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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 May 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. Department of Landa, Sydney, 4tU May, 187C. , APPROACHING LAND SALES. CllOWN LANDS liavo been advertised in tlio Government Gazette, for salo at the undermentioned places and dates :— Wags". Wngga, Friday, 21st May, 80. Waggn Wuggn, Friday, *1 tli Juno, 03. THOMAS GARRETT. •"WASTES®. \STANTfiD, by a Steely, Acfcivo, Middle* \ \ aged Man, a situation on a STATION if? Tutor, Storekeeper, Accountant, or Over seer ; is a good Surveyor, and of active business habita. Good Keferences given. Address H.M., cavo of W. J. SHELLY, Adclong. Adclong, April 22, 1875. WANTED.—A GENERAL BLACK SMITH and a WIIEELWKIGHT. Apply to A. M'MULLAN, 74. tc North Wagga Wagga. WANTED good BRICKLAYERS on Railway Works, between Yass and Wagga Wagga. Apply at main camp Bown ing, or to Joseph Jiarber, foreman on the works. A. H. AMOS & Co. WANTED a young lady as GOVERNESS to impart a plain English Education     with Music, French, Drawing and Singing. Catholic pre...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

positivh:Vll'iTUKS.—TllO ulobt of tho so called great remedies possess only that sorb of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger life. Biustol'h Sareaparllla is equally safe, but it is possessed o£ that posi tive or aggressive vlrfcuo which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in tho human systems where it is used, and thus it iB that it always cflccta complete and lasting curcs.—Advt, Hollow ay's Fills, — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a fueling of lassitude awl exhaustion, are infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of tho secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Hollowny'a great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imhue both the body and tho mind with unwonted energy, Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in the evacua to...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE GAIKWAR OF BARODA'S JEWELS. (Bombay Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

THE GAIItWAR OP BARODA'S JEWELS. (Bombay Qazeiic.) Leaving tlio throno-room through a small door on the loft hand side, we find ourselves on an extremoly narrow verandah which encircles a small square well which occupies the centre of the palace from top to bottom. Above vre see similar verandahs and a uumber of natives looking over the railings. Beneath aro a number of Arab and other soldiers keeping watch over soveral things, among them a sacred flag which is hung across the well on occasions of high festival. On the opposite side aro a number of closed stanchioned windows, which guard the jewel room, or jemdarkhana. Moving to tho right there aro rooms which look like dungeons, and are guarded by sontries. At the end of tho veran dah wo enter a little close-smelling room which would bo dark were it not for tho light of some wicks thrown in a salvor of oil—a light which, wo aro told, is nevorallowed to be exlinguished so that it to some extent resembles tho holy Are of tho Parsees....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

ITEMS OF XliWS. Owing to pressure on oiu' space by adver tisements, we arc compelled to hold over some loading and other matter. Tun wet weather which wo have boon ex periencing for some clays back has terminated. Wo-arc now enjoying fine sunny days, with frosty nights. Tub JCxcavating Machines bought from Messrs. "Wilding and Co., of Melbourne, by Messrs. Fosbery and L. French, and referred to by us some weeks back, arrived in town 011 Saturday and left yesterday for tlio north. We believe it is the intention of their owners to commence operations at tank and dam sinking at once. We understand that on Mimosa St ation, the first sod will be turned by the machines. As there appears to be a great, demand for dam-makers, See., Messrs. Foshery and Ffrench should make the specu lation pay handsomely. We again remind those who have appealed against the valuation of their property by the valuators appointed by the Municipal Council, tlnifc the Council will hold a special meeting to-day, at...

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THE BIBLE OF THE FUTURE. (Cinci[?]ati News). GENESIS: CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

TfTR BTB17R OF T1TR imTTTRTC . .' {Cincinnati News). •'V ~ GENESIS: CHAPTER I. 1. Primarily tlio Unknowable moved upon cosmos and evolved protoplasm. 2. And protoplasm was inorganic and ,undifferentiated, containing all things in potential enorgy; and a spirit of evolution moved upon the fluid mass. 3. And the Unknowable said, Let atoms attract: and their contact begat light, heat, and electricity. 4. And the Unconditioned differen tiated the atoms, each after its kind ; and their combinations begat rock, air, and water. 5. And there went out n spirit of evolution from the Unconditioned, and working in protoplasm, by accretion and absorption, produced tho organic cell. 0. And cell by nutrition evolved primordial germ, and germ developed protogene, and protogeno begnt eozoon and ezoon begnt monad, and monad begat animalcule. 7. And animalcule begat ophemera ; then began creeping things to multiply on the face of the earth. 8. And earthly atom in vegetable protoplasm begat the molecul...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Mr. George 321liot, hi conjunction with Mr. A. fl\ Bolton, -will sell to-morrow at theNorth Wngga snlc yards some valuable pure-bred shorthorn cows, and store bullocks and cows, the proporty of Mr. M. II. Devlin. Particu lars cun be seen by rcfcrcncc to the ndvortiso 'ment.. The wool and stock reports, usually pub lished in our second pago, will be found, this i issue, on our fourth pago, where wo have been obliged to place them in consequence of pressure of advertisements. ! "We were in error in stating tlmt Mr, T. Chirnside paid £5000 cash for Billilla station on the Darling, belonging to Messrs. Shanahan and Jennings, The figure was £70,000. Wo learn that Yolgogrin station has been sold, subject to conditions of delivery. Messrs. O. M. and T. agents. Mr. "Win. Ilalliday has delivered G000 wethers recently purchased, from him by Messrs. Evans and Walsh, of Koto station. Messrs. W. It. M. and Co. agents. We learn that ;C10,000 lias been offered for a small station, c...

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FLUKE IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

FLUKE IN SHEEP.' 1 A report has been sent' in to Mr. Curr, the chief inspector of stock in Victoria by Mr. Graham Mitchell, veterinary Burgeon, on the experi ments conducted by Miv Joseph Sulli van for the purpose of testing his specific for the cure of fluke in sheep, Mr. Mitchell reports as follows :— " 13; M. Curr, Esq., Chief Inspector of Stock. " Sir,—I have the honour to report upon the experimental sheep pluced by you undor Mi*. Joseph Sullivan's treat ment with a view of testing his cure for fluke. On tbo 20th March 10 head of four and six-tooth wethers were placed1 in the reserve at the rear of the JPublic Library. One of them having accidentally a fracture, it was destroyed, and a post-inorlcm examina tion was made. The mucous mem branes generally and digestive organs blanched; muscular tissue pale, wasted, and flabby, with general dropsical effusion in tbo peritonial cavities ; liver irregularly consolidated (selu riqus), with mottled deposit of iiulty lymph on the extern...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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YOUNG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

YOUNG. (FROM OUR OWN COItRESrONDENT.) Our littio town 1ms been comparatively quiet for the Inst few -weeks, which I suppose may be partly attributed fo the great conflag ration, which I saw was fully reported in your journal. Tho latter, by tlio way, lias been greatly enlarged much to the satisfaction of your numerous subscribers in this part of tho eiriliscd -world. As many of your renders havo more or less a knowledge of the unfortunate individuals who suffered by tho late /ire, it may be inter esting to some of them to know what progress has been made as regards their future estab lishments. I have seen tho plans of Mr. A. Cohen's Albion Hotel, which, when com pleted, will bo a very handsome two-story building, of brick, (of course no snore weatherboards or old gin cases will go up) and will cost from ,-C'lOOO to £5000. Next comes Mr. Schmidt, a brother of your Wagga jeweller of tho same name, who, I believe, in tends Greeting a neat and substantial shop on tho old site. Messrs. ...

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THE SALE OF COLONIAL WOOL IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

the sale op colonial wool in london. Tlio following correspondence ap peared in tho S. M. Herald :— Sir,—So much has been of lato stated will) regard to tlie losses sus tained l>3r Australian colonists on wool sent to London through the negligence of agents and brokers at home, that it appears hut fair to tho latter that the colonial public should hear and read what can bo snid and written in their behnlf. Will you oblige mo by pub lisbing in the Herald tlio accompany ing extract from a letter just received from a respectable London firm ? lour humblo Bervnnr, A Colonist. Sydney, lOlli Mny. Dear Sir, — We have very carcfully perused your letter and the circular of Mr. Jirodribb, in Messrs. Uankcn's pamphlet. And you having kindly drawn our attention to the same, we deem it well to give yon some explanation of our own views upon the matter. Putting on one side any mercantile advan tage the writer of the circular referred to might be desirous of obtaining by the intro duction of th...

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

ALBUItY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Local industries, though of the smallest moment, in general come in for a duo share of newspaper publicity in the Albury District; it is mutter of regret that the snmo cannot bo said of local enterprise connoetcd with gold mining. There may bo various reasons as signed for such oversight, but certainly 110 reason can bo ample enough for an omission in all respects so grave, and so calculated to retard the progress and the prosperity of the district. I am satisfied that u few of our local men who gave careful attention to the auriferous wealth of the district, and have ex pended largely to dovelop such, should gain public gratitude to a far greater extent than t he local press 1ms meted out to them. It may be, indeed, that thoy have only extended a niggardly hand to encourage and remuner ate the press j if so, I regret such, but for tho advancement of public prosperity more newspaper publicity should bo given to tho efforts made to turn the mine...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

YOUNG. Messks. Brock and Bro'qgzxton's report (May 14):—Fat Stock.—.Good quality cattlc arc in demand, but at present the sup ply is limited. High rates are obtainable. In sheep we have 2700 wethers under offer to a Sydney buyer. Quotations—Bullocks, £7 to. £8 10s; cows. £5 10a to -£T> 10s; wethers, 9s Gd to • 10s Cd ; ewes; 8s to 9s. Stoiuj Cattle.—Fair rates are ruling. We have not heard of any lots changing hands since our last report, though we have a Inrgo number on our books. The priceB asked by buyers in many cases preclude transactions. We quote—Bullocks, £4 loa to £G ; cows, £3 to £5 10b ; steers aiid heifers, £2 to £3 ; yearlings, £1 10s to £2. Stoiie Siiubp.— We have an unlimited number of all clasBcs at prices which should induce inspection, and now that general rains have fairly set in we expect to effect sales of many thousands in this neighbourhood during the winter' months. We have sold on account of Mr. Pring, 250 ewes to Mr. Pike, and 750 wean ers to Messrs. Kel...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

CUNGEGONO, COOTAMUNDRA. | (FItOM OCR OWN CtmnKSl'ONDENT.) Pain, min, rain, and it scorns to nil appear ance likely long to rain over us. Creeks are nil running, tho gross has sprung a little, but tho temperature has been too cold to allow it to grow much. Tho hills and valleys are oneo more clothed in Nature's universal green, and present a much more enlivening aspect than the parched and dricd-up look they had before the rain came. One of the public-bouses hero, dignified by the name of the Railway Hotel, changed owners last wcclc from Mr. Thomas Francis to Mr. Itichard Slattcry (late with Messrs. G-. "VVildman and Co., of Cootainundrn). The position it stands in is a good one, and when tho house is somewhat renovated, and the premises madomorc commodious there is little doubt but that a paying trade will bo done, as it is situated close to a largo accommodation paddock. It is very 'important to ensure prompt de livery of letters and newspapers that all cor respondence should be ad...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

GOULBTTTW. Messijs. F. S. Coiien' and Co. report (May 14):—Fat Oattlb.—"Prime beef in demand, with a very fair market. Quotatiuus—Best bullocks, £S to £9 ; medium to good, £7 to £7 108 ; cows, £5 10s to £7. Stouk Catti.k ! —Wo have no alteration to note this week, aud no transactions to report. We cjuote— All bullocks, 100s to 110b ; equal sexes, 80s to 95s ; cows, 05s to 90s. Fat Siieep— Market very linn, with a short supply of prime mutton. Quotations — Best 561b wethers, llsGd to 12s Od ; lighter weights in proportion. Stoujs Sjhsei\—There aro plenty of buyers for this description of stock, but the very unfavourable weather we had this week prevented buyers from attending our salo. Quotations—Good sound 0 and 8 tooth -wethers, 8s Gd to'9s Gd j ewes, 7s 6d to 12s Gd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS, Wool. HASTINGS CU NI NGrl-I AM AND CO., WO Or^BROKH US, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street "West, MliLHOUHXE. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowcrs of the Murrumbidgce, Lnehlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cur of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouse*, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting tho trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchaac of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that tho extreme market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated acc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

BAHKS. AUSTRALIAN 'joint stock bank. INTEREST allowed 011 fixed deposits at . current ratep. Drafts issued on all the : Branches and Agencies in New South Wales; Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and Now Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. •: i. V v, . ■w. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 28tli September, 18G8. , THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. - • WAGG A WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon" its various Branches and Agen cies throughout .. . NEW SOUTlt WALES, VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, •; ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ",7- : , TASMANIA, NEW "ZEALAND. Also upoh all-the Principal Towns in tho ! '; .v-. - ;: ;yriited Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager.; INSURANCE. THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE . ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for F...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {ASSOCIA TUD PliKSS TEL ICG It A MS.] LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON. May 14. His Imperial Majesty the Czar and "Prince GorlsehakoJr had an interview with Prinet; Uismarek immediately upon their arrival at Berlin to-day. It is generally supposed that the Czar will exercise a pacific influence upon the German Government. The suppression of tiie religious orders in Prussia has been voted by the Chambers. During the recent alarm in Europe Eng land sent iv nolo to Germany, expressing a very decisive opinion regarding the inainlen cncc of pcaec. A satisfactory and friendly reply was received. i'rancc has tJmukcd England for the friendly attitude she has maintained towards that country. The National Assembly has decided to sus pend the remainder of the elections, with a view to dissolution. LONDON, May 15. Wool is steady j prices improve as the sales progress. Adelaide wheat is quoted at 48s. to 49s.; Californian, afc 44s. to 45s. The copper market is depressed, with few transa...

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THE [?] [?] [?] "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

THE MKjgrp MH00K&irMi8jer " This is true liberty, tvhon freeborn men, Having to advlso tho public, may spook froo." Milton. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10,, 1875. The probability tliat in the next sessiou of Parliament, an attempt will be made to amend the Municipalities Act, is a matter to -which the atten tion of the Municipal Council cannot be too early directed. The Conference of the representatives of somo of tho municipalities of the colony which recently held its sittings in Sydney, has affirmed the necessity for bring ing in a Bill for such amendment, and appointed a sub-committee, having for its object tho introduction of tho desired measure, and to ascertain tho feeling of tho Government upon the subject. It has been suggested that all the municipalities can afford con siderable aid to tho work of amend ment, by tho communication of their views; and it is to bo presumed that the country Councils will bo invited to co-operation by the sub-committee to whicn we refer. This courso...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

SYDNEY. Messrs. Mort and Co. report (Wednes day, May 14) : -Wool.—The arrivals at this time of the year are always small, ami con sist chiefly in fellmougered parcels and rem nants of clips from the far interior. There have been no sales held during the week, and we arc consequently unable to state the effect that the reccut satisfactory news of the London May sales will have on prices in the market. Sheepskins are selling well, and for some time to come good prices may be looked for, as fcllmongcrs are anxious, to keep their establishments at "work, and eagerly compete for good parcels. Tau.ow. —At the sales to-day the trade did not show much disposition to do business, and prices bad a downward tendency. There is no demand yet for shipping parcels. Quota tions arc—Beef, £31 to £32 ; mixed, £28 to to £.30; inferior, £26 to £28 • mutton, £35 to £33. Hides.—Most of the lots taken to day were for local consumption, and priccs were lower than last week Quotations are— Heavy, 4ijd to 5d...

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SANDHURST STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

SANDHURST STOCK REPORT. | Powers, Huthkii>;ori> anu Uo'b report (May 11):—Fat Cattlk.—None yarded. There were however, 21.1 stores forward, some of the best of which were penned, and disposed of to the trade ; the remainder were bought by graziers at satisfactory prices. Wo cannot give quotations ; and have sold—50 head mixed sexes, for Messrs. Taylor, Neil* son, Davics, Hartney, Head, and others, at priccs ranging to ;CS 5s. Fat Shkbp.— 3102 penned, consisting almost entirely of middling quality mutton. The market was dull, and to effect sales a reduction of from Od to Is on last week's rates had to bo sub mitted to. We quote wethers 8s to lis Gd, a few crossbreda higher j ewes Gs to 9s ; and have sold for various owners 1449 mixed sexes, from Gs to lis. Ettkrshank, Eaglkstoxb and Co.'s re port (May II) s—Fat Cattlk.—None in. 213 stores and half-grown steers and heifers were yarded, the best of which were sold as baef, at high rates, the balance brought very fair figures to g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

IMrOUNDIXCS. South Waooa.—On April 21 from Berry Jerry, fa Mr, J. X-eUcli; expends to date, lf<;. Gd.:—Bay Filly, like A F! near shoulder. olf hind foot white; white horse, JllII or IIII conjnincd near shoulder, girth ^filled : bay horse, Uur and snip, UkcWU conjoined near shoulder, S r.v:ir neck, ?cnr near ribs, like f over **ncare.vM!e; Bay })tty, ]il:« <?)•> over J sidewav? near shoulder ; chcsnut colt, star, like «T or 0 f'H shoulder; notice sent to supposed owners. To be sold May 20. Ade>.on«.— On Tilth April, from fjadara, by . R K. Broiujhton, mud due at date of notice, JO.i. Gd each:—Bay mare, i;i» visible brand: pray filly blotched brands near shoulder. To be Mold according to Impounding Act. JfoNTJi Gu.viu(ui, - On 10th April, 1S7"», from Back Station Creek, by Sir. I). Murphy; re-advertised; Eum'due at date of notice, .tl;—Red-sided bullock, Indescribnblo brand near rump, silt near car, a worker. To be sold 20tli May. TEN*.?fir.c Cttv.y.K.—On 2...

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