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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (\Vi:uni:hda v, Ski't. 15.) Messrs. Hastings Cunningham and Co. report:—Wool.—There has been nonbusiness of importance transacted during the past week, the only sales made consisting of small parcels of greasy and scoured des criptions. We have recoived- into store several consignments of the new clip, and are advised of considerable quantities being ready for despatch. Quotations are nominal, but there is demand for greasy aorta suit able for scouring. Sheepskins,—The quo tations given in our last report were well maintained throughout the past week, con siderable activity being, manifested at. the -safes of grcch skins.; but drj' slcins were rather neglected, with the exception of station lota of good quality, which realised fair prices. We sold butchers' skins at 4s to 7s Cd- each ; dry skins, 3s to Ga 3d : and station skins, 4d to 8d per lb. Hides.—The supply during the week, was rather small, causing a little increased animation in the biddings, but forme...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE ' • : OI' THK'-' • A ' •AND DfflPATOlI ' OF MAILS, j ARjtiVAi»«. . J Hun.~MooT Tue. Wctl i liu. I ri. a.m. i 0 •Ift .» 45 (I .0 11 30 11 30 Sun. Mon. Tue. .Wed Thu. Sydney.. Tnrcutfca .Tu ii oo t., Yass ...... ' DontUquin i1 Urnniv . ' liny .. . Narandcm AUiury.. . Cooknudinn.. Clarendon .. 3 ir» 'S 15 10 45 1 10 -If. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

'' Special A&vortisoiaents. WOOL;: WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBltOUGH'S WOOL' wake HOUSES, MELBOUKNE. ; ! 'e: GOIitisBaOUGH AND CO. t>eg to announce to the Wool Growers J3 and Merchants of. the .Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that' their.'Warehouses are now .ready for tlio Reception and iSale. of Wool during the Scasou, and that.lhey are prepared to make LIBERAL cash advances, v;;, ; ON FAVOURABLE TEUMS, On tlio ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale , in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will bo held on cacli Monday:and /.Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the TuksdaY;iollo.wi/i^ | i •;*'.> ; \ They act as Selliug Brokers only, and con' atituojits may/rely on their-' best eudeavours to obtain the fullest Market- Value for any Consignments with which they may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the bust advantage, the Sample Rooms being light...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

STRXJCS" O TTu I W H E B E.<:? w s: -y, smptyju co;s HOW ? BY SELLING' "1 TIIKIU ' MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING : :; vi: i T,;!: CHEAPER^, . Than any house in the town COME AND SEE FOE YOURSELF. NOTE THE ADDRESS.: , r SEYMOXJB & CO,' t TMAS.ONIQ -HOUSE. J A 1 mb.c K7-1 aftHQi^gr-^Q' 'ON"S^Al]E jg¥i»TiPE -B s'i te & EX YICTO EI A . ... Bolts and Nuts, all'sizes". Hook and Eye Hinges Engineers Hatnmers Farriers' do .' Rivetting do .1 Claw do . .Mfj, Spalling do ■_ Masons' , jdo v- r C J O A Napping do' 5 Gralvanised Wire- cl&tlies-lines1 Mattheson's Augurs, \ tof— Mattheso'ri's Bits';'''{ '■ •' Navvy Shovels T4r Buckets • Sharp's Axes Brick Trowels, 13 inch \yiije Nails,;2, 3-inch a /; Knife Boards;:; .K'ooo. '-y/ii: Enmd. Bapins,'!-- !>«>. * Pulpit Latches ■* >'••»»Ui,M Lamp Scissors - !•; ').» Grooving Planes .*mi! Rabate Planes Gimblet and Shelly bits Fire Irons ' ;c'i jd? tv: Saucepans.. . .. Socket Spades" v~) fc i Jzi. Lasting, Stock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

^ Wool. :iifsTINGS CUNINGrHAM AND CO., WOOLamOICERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street "West, MEL BOURSE. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murruinbidgee, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we aro prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuino Cup of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensivo additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity lias been doubled, we arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING I3110KE11S ONLY ON COMMISSION, wo have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents tlio surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated according to the tone,of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

. WANTED. TTTAilTED, to Purchase a BULLOCK V.V • .DRAY. Apply A. G. J0NT2S. , - , ■ • ' - fttb.o 'i WANTED, TWO BULLOCK DRIVERS, 'steady'iind experienced men. , Apply r A.G. JONES. i; ' 1 - • ' - " " nto.c TrOHf.W A'NTE^'i' — : mHREE .PROVING: SHEPHERDS.' JL - -WITH IIORSES. Apply immcdintoly, , ' .'J' „ ' A. G. JONES.' •nno.c WANTED, TENDERS for building a .WOOLSHED at Sandy Creek station. Full particulars'and specifications can be seen at WILKINSON; HANN, MINCHIN & CO.'S, Exchange Buildings. TENDERS WANTED for the erection of 1 a WOOLSHED, at Browlcy. For plans and specitications apply to GEO. ^ MAIll, Wagga Wa^ga, or MRS. LUPTON, Browley, Cuddcl. Open till 20th Octobcr. ftbo.u " WANTED, TEAMS, to draw, Timber from the Currawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at tho Mills. ftOO.C ( SPECIAL NOTICES. ^ SELECT QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY M A S 0 N I C. HALL, THUnSDA Y, 22nd SEP TIMBER,- 1875. Music under tlio direction of PROFESSOR ...GOULSTONE. ; MR. J.. ,M'GRATH, ;M.C. rN' Committe...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

! weeiclv calendar. Days op Week. 1 Friday. , Saturday ; Sutidny ■ Monday ' Tuesday ii. M. 11,31. 3 5 44 1 6 45 •5.40 r» 40 G 47 5 47 G 43 p.<M. IX. 5 50 .f» 41 7,'0 010 D13 |10 25 11 38 Moon's Phaheu.—Seitemupu. Pi rat Quarter-- "Wcdncsday.Stli, 7.43 a. m. Full Moon—■Wednesday, 35th, 10.47 p.m. Last Quarter—"\Vcdnc.sday, 22nd, fi.5 p.m. New Moon—'Wednesday, 20th, 11.0 p.m.

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

:: CtWGEQONG, COOT VJUTDNDRA. • [rnoit ocn ows coniiiisroxi>ENT."] J he celebrated rams belonging to .Mr. I Henry White, of the Hunter ri ver, from Mr. Bayly's station, Havillah, near ;Sludged, in charge of Mr. Edward Wall, have passed through here en route for Wiigg.t. ,. The first confirmation and jubilee in con nection with the Catholic Church, in Coota mundra, is being held, and a great number ofpeoplo are collected at it, and thcro are ;oighty members for confirmation. The large inarquee erected at the Church was well filled. Dr. Lannigau, the Bishop, and Fathers Bormingham, Dun'no, Dwyer, and Hanloy, are staying at Mr. Patrick Dunne|s Cootaruundra Hotel. Dr. Bcrmiiigham preaches every evening during the jubilee. A. public school building is soon to be erect'ed'in Cootamundra, on a piece of land near Matthews, Bros., storo. Three persons have contributed ten pounds eacli towards the1 building fund, and about sixty-five pounds have been collectcd. . . v A building is going up...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

AYAGGA "VVAGOA HOSPITAL. Viait'iihj Committee, for the month :— Messrs, Hodsoii and Mackinnon. Sub-Coin' mittec— Messrs. Nixon, Love, ivnd Scriven.

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CORRECTION. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

coin; action. {To the. Editor of (hti Advert iter.) Silt,—An error occurrcd in tbc published awards of the Judg<-?\ «;ndor " LCxtra Stock," ■at the Into Murrun.bidLui- Pastoral Show, • which I shall feel obliged by your allowing we to rcctify. The card of tho exhibit No. 4, in hacks, having been misplaced, the il Uonorniy Certificate " was awarded to Mr. Donnelly's horse Sparlc, instead of to Tim Whiffler, the property of Mr. A. Morloy. This matter baa only now been brought under my notico, and could not, consequently, be earlier correctcd, which I regret. Yours truly, V. A. TOMPSOtf, Secretary. Waterview, ^Yagg«V Wogga, September, 1875.

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. ADVERTISER OFFICE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Advuhtiskii OfficKj^ Friday Evening. The weather throughout »the past weekhiw been dry, the <1uvh/.being bright. and' moder ately warm, whilst tho nights'.were mlher cold, one or two bringing light frosts. There nrj nt present no* judical ions of a change for rain, so that everything iff favorable to the shearing operations which are now general. From the reports of our exchanges we learn that at 3)ubbo the cold has been very keen at nights, and some sharp frosls uxtc felt. The country in that district is reported to bo in excellent —"trim', feed being as plentiful as could be expected., , -Along the roads there is still . apptfarimccs of barrenness," but out back there is generally abundance of gross and herbage. On the Maeauarie. below Dubbo the season is very good. There is .plenty of feed, and water uiKnuyvquantifcyl Shearing is general and the clip-is spoken of favorably. From the letters we have had we learn t hat the wool is very tilcnn, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. i' . BANKS : : ' Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurice street. - • Coramorciol Bank, Gurwood-streob PHYSICIANS AND/SURGEONS: -Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital . > Erasmus Wren, Tichborne Buildings ■ t —. Eonswortli, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmauricc street:, William Large, Gurwood-street „ >, " SOWOITOBS,:. Eitzliardingo and-Sons, Exchange Buildings, > Eitzmauricc-strect . / X'fJ. "< J. K. Garland, Fitzinaurice-strcet ARCHITECTS:' • •TV H. Nixon, Traill-street : J. Gordon, Gurwooil-otrcet : V G. Sliepperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings., STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS: Wilkinson, Hanu, Mmchiu, and Co., Eitz . . maunco-street Olivor, Morley, and TorapsOn, JTitzmaurice strect Qv1 A; Elliot (P., R., and Co.). Fitzmaurice street ' 1 • Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co..), Fitzmaunce ■ street A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn,, and ] Co.),.Eitzmaunce-streot, , , , , , , / ■ LAND AGENT :! Jolin Boutloy, Fitzmauncc-strcot - CHEMISTS: ' H. J. .Willi...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK-MARKET.. (WkDNESDAV, Slil'IBMIlWllS.) 1?at CattJjE. —'870 head camo forward for the wock's supply. The market opOnod without muoli animation, considering the small number to hand, but as sales advanced biddings liecanio brisker. But descriptions eoldfat advanced rates, while quotations, for second and, .middling quality remain un altered. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £14 10s to £1G 10s ; odd beasts, to £17; good do, from £11 10s to £13; second do, from £9 10s to'£10 10s •, others,-from £8 up wards; primo and good cows, from £9 10s?to £1117sGd; others, from £2 10s. Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co. sold S2 bullooks of tho favourite FF bradd for Messrs. Robert son 13ros., Colae, at from £10 17s Gd.td £1C 10s, averoging £13 3s Od all round ; 25 bul locks for Messrs. Campbell Bros.,,Traralgon, at from £9 2s Od to £10 7s Gd, averaging £9 17s Gd(; 10 bullocks, for Mr. M. Loeman, Glcnloemnn, at from £(5 5 to £7 15s. averag ing £G »17s Gd; 4 bullocks for Mr. John N...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, KINCHIN AND », co,\s itisroiav ;•// Fat'Cattle,'—.In consequonco of the late t rise iii prices in both Melbourne and Syd ... noy, wo liavo to note a marked increase in ; > ; the jdemmid,1 and buyers, arc- inclined to speculate at high figures. We have sold on account of1 ' Mr. John Donnelly, of Berambula, COO head of bullocks, to i;•/ / Messrs. Bowenand M'Alister.:. ' 1 Fat Sutter.—Tho demand i3 still good, but in consequeuco of shearing operations very few lotsaro offering in tho wool, and buy-. . era do nob seem inclined to purchase shorn -/ ;shcep without inspection. » '" • ' S'l'oiie;Catti.e. t—Un til tho spring aeta well in transactions in this class of stookr are " ' likely to be liinitcil j but whon the holders ..of small paddocks in this district)have •plenty of grass, we anticipate a'.ready. '• sale,1'.especially for small, lots, of quiet ' ; cattle; We have sold a toain )of lO worlt : ing bullocks, for Mr. Jolin McEntyro, to Mr. L. Ffrench. . St...

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SHORT WEIGHTS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

SHORT WEIGHTS. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Siu,—[ read with mucU .plcasuvo your remarks about tho short weight often found iu the bread sold. Howsokccpora with largo families sudor very much by tno practieo of ■, ■ tho bakers in this respect, and I thinkfiomo' . meaus ought to'bo taken to force the up* '' pointment of an ofiicer. to inspcct weights and measures in Wagga. It is not only in bread wo nro unjustly used' for want of a proper chcck. The pooj?Jo who bring butter into tho town, seem to havo tho moat vague notions as to how/"'tiuh butter should cou stituto a pound, \-ito recently whon butter was 2a. a pound, I havo had it weighed nnd invariably found it short weight, mid in ono instanco 1 found that the butter, sold to ( mo for a pound, weighed under 14 ounces. When provte' such a high rato rb they hav.y ^oro» abort weights <r- i"l'oad on tho poor hou^ ••• whoever is re sponsible ftn of an Inspector of Weights and Measures iu Wagga, should bo mauo to lojk ...

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THE WALLACETOWN POST-OFFICE. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

THE WALLACETOWN' POST-OFFICE. ( To the tid'Uor of (he Advertiser.) . Stn,—I notice in your iasuo o£ the 4tU iusfc. that a resident o£ Wallacctown has been com menting 011 the incoiiv'cnieuce of the situation of tho post-office lately' established''tliehi.' Ho states that unless JMr. Davis erects a building in Wallacetown ho cannot expect to supply tho want from which wo have so long suffered. I would liko to know where' tho township is ? I havo boon a resident of tho neighborhood for tho last 8 yoars, and know that tliero is a town reserve at Wallace town, but during tho whole poriod there has novcr boon any improvement made there. There wero two public houses in the phico i then, and tliero ,'iro but two ill it now, so it cannot ho said to bo a very progressive township. I, as woli as tlio rest of tho petitioners, wished to havo tlio post-ofllco ini -V the most central placo in tho neighborhood— Mr. Davis's—which is easy to lind, oxcopt! by tho wilfully blind. In conclusion, I bog'...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

•PASTORAL MUMS. Mr, \V. Caldwell has sold 200 head atoro bullocks, to Messrs. Chisholtn Bros. Mr. G. A* Elliot (V. R. and Co.) agent. Mr. M. H. Dcvliu has sold 53 head bul locks to Mr. Charles Buffray. &Ir. G, A, Elliot (P. It. and Co.) agent. Mr. T. H. Bear, of Grong Grong, has sold 4315 mixed wenncrs, in the wool, to Mr. John Donnelly, of Bcrambula. Messrs. AV. H. M. and Co., agents. Mr. T. Jones, of Gamnain, lias sold 050 mixed wcaucrs to Mr. J. Donnelly, of Berambula. Messrs, W. II. M. and Co., agents. Delivery of this and the preceding lot has been taken. Messrs. Horsley aud Beveridge have sold 1S2 rams to Mr. J. J. Donnelly, of North Junee; 80 to Mr. George M'Donald, .of Merolebale; aud 40 to Mr. T. W. Hatninoml, of Juncc. These form portion of their annual draft of Bayloy rams. W. II. M. and I Co*, agents. ' Mr. George Mair reports the sale of 100 E. IC. Cox rams, to Messrs. Smith aud Moxham; 100 ditto to Mr. Jenkins, of Buckinbongy 50 ditto to Messrs. Botven and M'Al...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Ok our fourth page wo publish the first in* atallment of a talc styled " Aloe-Blossom," taken from the Australian Journal. It will be continued in next Saturday's issue. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council lapsed on Thursday for want of a quorum. It is announced that the next Circuit Court will bo held hero before Mr. Justico Faucett, on the '4th October next j At Albury on the 9th ; and at Deniliquin on the 22rd. A geskhal meeting of the members of the M. T- Club, will be held on Monday night, 4th October, in the Australian Hotel, Dn. Hillas announces in our special advertising columns that he can be consulted at the Australian Hotel. A notice, appearing elsewhere, states that the Foxborough Hall stables are not to be let.. Acting according to instructions received from the Municipal Council, the Inspector of Nuisances has issued notices calling upon those owning bark structures to pull them down within sixty days of said notice. Soveralof the rate...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PRIZE ANIMALS AND JUDGING. POSTAL DELAYS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PRIZE ANIMALS AND JUDGING; POSTAL DELAYS. ( To lite Editor of the Advertiser.) Sir,—The branch mail sorvico . between Wngga and Yass along the Groat Southern Uailway routo has for a long timo been a dis grace to'any community outside contralAsia. After using the mail constantly for tho last eight mouths and suffering considerable in convenience arid annoyance, I am induced' to show up tlio following errors A letter for tho English mail via Melbouruo was sent to wards Wagga on a Tuesday, but by carleasncss it came back to my post-town on a Thursday with registered lotters and othor unfortunato epistles; they were scut on again on tho following Saturday, but my letter was too late tor the English mail. I then tried a letter via Yass for the Sydney mail, Bending it by the mail waggonette which', leaves Wngga on Saturday, but the mud prevented the mail reaching Murrumburrah until after the Young coach (which takes tho mails from Murrumburrah to Yass) had left an...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

LAND ROTES. The following conditional purchases were mndo at tho Laud Oflico on Thursday:— John' Collis, 320 acres, parish Wandowad dera, county Mitchell, on tlio Mandowad dera run ; William D. Macartney, 150 acrcs, parish Edghill, county Mitchell, commenting at a point 5 chains to tho cast of "NV. 1). Macartney's S.W. peg, on tho WallendooJ road. Edwin Harding, 50 acrcs, parish Oura, county Clarendon, bounded on tho north by portion No 80, and on tho west by portion No 20, and on other aides by lines to include area. Marianne Anderson, 640 acres,aparish Faed, county Urana, being portions 7G and 78, and part of 70. Isaac lludd, 04ft acrcs, parish Pinoy Hidgo, county Urana, adjoining tho northern and "eastern boundaries of Turner's C.P. Michael Ryan, 3-0 acrcs, parish Mangoplah, county Mit chell, adjoining tho former O. P. of 320 acres. Thomas Halloran, 200 acres, parish Gwynno, county Clarendon, adjoiuing his previous C.P. on tho north side. Michael Council, 100 acrcs, parish Mara, ...

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