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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser. "This is true liberty, when freebo[?] men, Having to advice the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

THE 8Hfaj0P Mkjbp " Tliis Is tme liberty, when frcoborn men, Having to adviao tlie public, may spcok frco." "Milton, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1875. Wu b'nvo, as our subscribers aro, un fortunately, too well aware, bud rousou to: complain, timo after time, of tbe irregular manuer. in which copies of ; tho Advortisor aro delivered at their destination. As was perhaps natural, , wo received the blame for all these shortcomings, it riot being suspected by thoso inconvenienced that the [bearers of Her Majesty's mail could ;possibly err. Of course, wo quiotly ^submitted, though making complaints through our columns, to the injustice iwhich we felt was being douo us, and 'boro with sublimb resignation the growls and scowls of thoso finding fault with us. To some oxtetifc, perhaps, the exemplary patience thus displayed was the result of the force of cir Cumstaucos against us, and wo thereforo made a virtue of a necessity. The time, however, for the discontinuance of the christian spirit on ou...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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EDUCATED IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

EDUCATED IGNORANCE. Dr. Lyon Playfair gives tbe follow ing instances of failures at a University examination, to show liow tbo motbod of cram prevents studeuts from apply ing thoir knowledge to special cases : —' Epidemic' is a powder given to ex cite vomiting. ' Hypothesis,' to one candidate moans after death; to another, an implement for drawing oat wator. The word ' idea' is dorived from tbo Latiu words id and ea. ' Sepulchre ' arises from so, negative, and Fulcher, fair, because 'it is tbo place where boauty fades.' ' Cabal' is a sort of cabinet; it is a conspiracy of five merabors ; it is a rope for mooring a ship. An 'abstract nouu ' is a noun that abstracts or pulls away something from another uoun ; it is a proper name like Ca)sar ; ' or it is a noun drawn out iu some way from another nouu.' 1 Catechism' is a word derived from Kata and Chasms, a gap, from boiug a Bet of questions designed to keep persons from falling into a gap, or, in other words, the bottomloss pit of boll...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

LONDON WOOL REPORT Tho Australian Mortgage Laud and Pi nan co Company, Melbourne, have received tho following telogram from Messrs. Holinuth Solnvartz and Co.: —"London, 9tb September.— Wool salos very depressed, tending down wards. Washed, 2d to 2sd j greasy, lid ; and coarse 2d lower than June rates." (t'ROJl OUll OWN COMIESVONDUNI'S.) SYDNEY, Fmday Niuiir, A fatal case of blood poisoning lias occurred at Camden, to a mau engaged in skinning bullocks. The Chief Justico nnd Judgo Faucett have ruled that iu White's bribery caso tho sentence of hard labor wus illegal. Thoy declined to amend tho sentenco, and .defendant was dis charged. Tho action of Mr. Lavers against the Corporation, for non-cotnplefcion of tho Town Hall, lias commenced. Tho Cambridgeshire, ship, from London to Sydnoy, was wrecked on tho 7th inst., at Porseveranco, Bass's Straits. Tho Captain and crow wore saved. A collision took placo yesterday morning between tho steamer City of Ilobart and tho schoouor Fanny Wrig...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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A LADIES' CLUB. (The Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

A LADIES' CLUB. ( The Queen.) J ho question of n club for ladies is 0110 -which has been often inooled, j which has recoived much attention in onr own columns, and which has heen the subject of many experiments. The j only club lor women which has over j had nny kind of prolonged existence is known us tho Bernors Club ; and, for sovoral reasons, that has been lately in a very languishing' condition. The Borners Club has gono several times through the stages of approaching dis solution, and temporary galvanisation into ronowod lifo. It has, indeed, mot a want; and possibly, undor favour, able circumstances, it might have mot that more efloctnally. It uiay evon now rouse, itsolf up, and wo hope that, stimulated by tho now rivalry, it will do so, and will provo useful to many whoso wants aro not exactly met by tho club which has just recently, in tho most litoral souse, acquired a "local habitation and a naino." "Tho local habitation " of this new club, of which at least half of tho me...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SEPT. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PJtESS TELEGRAMS.} LONDON, Sept. 9.. Server Paoba has telegraphed to the Porte that the insurrectionary agita tion is greatly allayed in consequence of the pressure brought to bear by the European Powers. Servia is nof. likely to be aggressive. The insur gents rofhse to assent to a conference at Mostar, and dotnaud that Bosnia and Herzegovina should bo under a European Prince as a tributary of the Porte. Farther severe fighting has taken place in Turkey, but Servia promises neutrality. ; -Asensation has been cansed in Paris by a letter of Admiral Laroncier, com manding the Mediterranean squadron, jJeclariug. that he will only support Marshal MacMahon whilst he keeps aloof from the party of the September revolution. Captain Anthony H. Hoskins sue. ceods the late Commodore Goodenaugh on the Australiau station Wholesale dosortions have taken place from the Carlist forces, and the collapse of the cause is believed to be imminent. Knosungtas, who is officiat...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

BISCUITS! BISCUITS ! BISCUITS ! Bisciiit-m akiug' by 31achiuery. 'CHAPMAN, , "AIbioa Baksry," Kiacaid and Fitzmaurice Streets, Is now manufacturing Biscuits by Moehinerv, froin tlic Purest Materials, and of every 'variety/; >, TJio quality: of these Biscuits cannot be surpassed, and purchaser* have the advantage of being served with the Very Best Biscuits, ; ;; FRESH AND CRISP FROM THE OVEN. ENCOURAGE LOCAL MANUFACTURE ! - ; ; ASK FOR CHAPMAN'S'BISCUITS ! Storekeepers and other wholesale buyers supplied at Melbourno jjriccs. BEAR IN MIND ' , THAT ./ G: IIlit E S III G <3r iAl'IML* 9 S BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM Is the Only Legitimate Boot and, Shoe Store in Town. RIGGALL'S MANUFACTURE is not machine work. / r • RIG&ALL'S MANUFACTURE: is band made, under his own supervision.:;. RIGGALL'S IMPORTED GOODS,offer tlio Largest Stock in town for selection. . •' ■ RIGGALL'S STOCK in every lino guaranteed sound. The LATEST ARRIVALS . in Boots and Shoes. ' COME AND JUDGE FOR ...

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

Tho Stud. 10 STAND THIS SEASON, at UKANA, "THE DEMON," By Albert, dam by AVaverley./' Terms—Three Pounds cach Mare. Tub Demon is a bay, five years old, ancl has proved himself to be possessed of con siderable speed. . Albert by Grcenwattle out of Jenny j Green wattle by Escape, by Old Emigrant, dam Fairy—Old Plover's dam, by Peter Fin. Greeuwattle's dam, Young Georgiana, by Cap-a-pieout of Gorgiana (imported); Jenny by Shiek (imported Arab) dam by Bijou (imported Arab), «.d. by Satellite (imported Arab), g.g.d. by Tippo (imported Arab). Good, welMvatered paddocks. Every care taken, but no responsibility. All marcs to bo removed when stinted, notice of which will be sent to the owner. the Blood Horso THOMAS TWEEDtE, Urana. tom.c TO STAND THIS SEASON, at UEANA, the Draught Stallion "WAGGONER," By Nugget (imported) out o£ a mare called. Waggoner (imported) from Tasmania). Terms—Tliree Pounds. Tub Waggoner is a dark bay, standing 10 hands, formerly the property of Mr. P. J enkius, Bucki...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

DEATH. RAND. — On 15th inst., at her parent's residence, after six week's painful illness, Annie Louisa, only daughter of William and Eliza Rand. Aged 10 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

SELLING STAKES of 50 sovs,. The winner to be sold by auction for £40. One mile and a quarter. If entered to bo sold for £30, allowed 71bs; if for £20, 14lbs ; if tor £10, 2llbs. Weight forage. TEE WAGOA CUP, a sweepstakes 20 aovs. each, 10 ffc., or 2 if declared, with 1000 guineas added j the winner of any handi cap race of the value of 200 govs., after the declaration of. weights, to carry Gibs; of two or more such races, 10 lbs extra. The second horse to receive 200 guineas, and the third horse 100 guineas, out of the stake. Two miles. Nominations, accompanied with 2 sovs., to be made to the M.T.C., V.R.C., or A.J.C. Secre tary, before 4 p.m. on Thursday, the 5th of August. Weights to be declared on Tuesday, 16th November. Acceptances with 8 so vs., to be declared to the M.T.O., V. R.C., or A.J.C. Secretary, before 4 p.m. on Friday, 2Gth November. The remainder .of sweepstakes (10 sovs.) to bo made good before 10 a.m. Tuesday, 7tb December. Entrance free. MAIDEN PLATE. To be run D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

MARAVILLA COCOA. — Taylor BnoTiiKi:.s(thc largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe),* having the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fine Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power— Easiness of Digestion aud especially, high delicious flavour. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.B.—Caution—"Maravilla" is a registered Trade Marie. MARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe says, 4 * Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, and super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicate aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, we could not recommend a more agree able or valuable beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &o. HOMEOPATHIC COCO...

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RECOVERY OF THE STOLEN BANK NOTES. The Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

RECOVERY OF THE STOLEN BANK , NOTES. The Argus. ; .^Thojjotesatolen from/tth.o«Bapk,ofj Vjqtorm; ? 'amounting = tin*; ?valtie:T t;t6 £2,100, havebeen recovered, and the thief lias admitted bis guilt. It will no doubt be remembered that tlio money was mis&e'd out; of a large sum, which a clerk named Edmund Gbinn, about 18 years old, and another clerk' bad to deliverTq the course of exchange'; to other banks on the 24th of last month. The detectives having1 been informed of the matter,-made inquiries, and ascertained from the. lads that they called at the National Bank, and afterwards at the Colonial Bank, where it was'discovered that three small parcels, of notes, valuo £2,100, were missing1. While they were at Colonial Bank, Gbinn- went out for a few minutes, for the purpose, bo said, of posting a lettor to bis sister at Bacchus Marsh, and it was found that ho had posted such a letter, but that, according to the post-mark on the en velope, it was posted at half-past 11 a.m.,...

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AN ALOE BLOSSOM. (Continued). (Australian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

AN. AL OE BLO S S O M. I U?: : (Continued). ; (Australian Journal.) Helen's last appearance before soil iug was at Mrs. Doylston's ball ou the 29th of May, a beautiful festifal in one of the most superb of modern housos. Flowers abounded, a carnival of fra grance and colour, from the smilax wreatbed staircase to chimney-pieces converted for the nonce into banks of roses and stepb&notis. Bat tlio one inimitable glory of the occasion, joy of Mrs. Doylstou's henrt, and despair of rival florists, was a century-plant in full blossom. It stood in tho middle of the drawing-room, its spiko of dusky yollow rearing itself from the base of jagged shapeless leaves; and to every one who entered; Mrs. Doylston said, " Be sure you see tho aloe. It will be a hundred years, you know, before the plant flowers again." " But I thought aloes died as soon as tbey had done blooming," said May Rogers to Regin ald Thurston, as they stood by the flower." They do—or so runs tho legend." "Dear me ! wha...

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PEOPLE WILL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

PEOPLE WILL TALK. We may go through tho world j but 'twill bo . very slow. If. wo listen to all that is said as wo go ; We'll be worried and fretted and Ucpt in a 'SteW,''' ,'. ' '• . lor inoddlcsomo tongues must hare some thing.to do— , For people will talk. If quiet and-modest, 'twill then be pre sumed That your humble position is only assumed ; Yon'ro-a'wolfo in. sheep's, clothing, or else you're a fool; . But don't get excited $ .keep porfectly cool— • For people will talk. If generous and noble, they'll vent out their spleen,: " You'll hear some fond hints that your selfish and mean ; . If fright'and honest and fair as tho day,' They'll call you a rogue, in a sly, sneaking way— For people will talk. Then if you show the least boldness? of ■ ;•■ ■■ .■ hearty ■ ■' • • • ^ Or a slight inclination, to take your own part, ■ *: • "•■••• "• - •• Thoy'll call you an'upstart, conceited and vaiu, But keep straight ahead, dont't stop to .. explain—-v- • •• '• . . •••■ • • • • . For people...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

SANDHURST. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. re port ;—Fat' ,Cattl6.r^753-yarded, consisting I generally of from good to prime quality. | Thero was a large attendance of outside | buyers, and the . market remained firm at about last week's rates. NVe quote—Beef, j prime, 3Gs per lOOlbs ; middling quality, ; 30s; Fat Sheep.—3.G7S penned, mostly i good useful, mutton. The market was not so brisk as last wecki and consequently wo ; have to report a slight decline. We quote Wethers, 12s to 17s ; ewes, 9s to 14s. Messrs. Ettershank,- Eaglestone, and Co, report:—Fat Cattle.—502 were yarded, a portion of which were prime, others medium and inferior. In consequence of the full supply late rates were not maintained, es pecially for medium sorts. The difference iu prime quality was not so noticeable. ,Fat Sheep.—3,078 were jjenned, al>ont 1,000 of which were prime, others medium and in fcrior. The market opened dull, aud con tinued so throughout. We.quote a fall of. Is per head in most i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

IMPOUND!was. ' Aublono.—On Lite 30th August. 1875, from Oberon, by Clins. 1). Bardwoll, Ksq. ; stun due nt date of notlco, 14s cach Gray horse, .TC or Jt« off shoulder, near fore mid hind feet white, blaze, pulled tail : bay draught horse, Jfr neflr shoulder, blaze, hind feet white, pulled tftU; bay horae, ^ over W over WO near shoulder, small star, pulled tail, near hip down. (To be sold 23rd September. Najiakd7.ua.—On the 3lst day of August, 1875, from Betembed, by Mr. ,Ias. J. Flood ; driving, 2s. Cd. each: feea, 4* (Sd each :—lUy horse, saddle and collar, marked, 2 near shoulder, aged, 15J hands : brown or mouse coloured horse, pT blotched, with like number or f blotchcd, also A F near shoulder, like T blotchcd off shoulder, star, and snip, mealy muzzle, pulled tail, broken-in, 0 years, 15} hands ; bay mnro, star, white hairs on back under saddle, H A off shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands : chestnut Ally foal at foot, unbranded. To be sold September. 23. MunnuMmmiiAH. — On 10th S...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

LONDON WOOL MARKET. Me88ra. Balme.aud Co. report: — There has been an almost eutiro absence of private inquiry, but tlierb: is: no evidence to show thut the rate ot consumption has suffered any diminution, while there ,is some, reason for'supppaiiig that the Rtocks of raw material held by.the trade arc rather under than over the average for the season of the year. Similar views arc held by Messrs, Schwartz aud Co., who remark that the market here is perfectly quiet; and in the absence of, transactions the tendency of prices can scarcely bo judged. It seems, however, im probable tbat any great change is impending, especially since the favourable turn in the weather litis to some extent romoved the fears of a deficient harvest. Stocks of wool in consumers'hands ale moderate, and the trade, especially in France, is woll employed. Good competition and the maintenance of the average of last sales' prices may be cx* pcetod. The arrivals of wool for the August -sales now amount to tho foll...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLK AlUUVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AIlKIVAI.ft. Sydney.. . TarduUa" . ; •Tunee .. . Vms • . JJenilfqutn . Uranft .. . • Hay , .». Kdramlcm% Albury.. . .CookAitdina. Clarendon . Hun. Mon. Tue. Wed Xhu. Fri.? Sat. Jo-.'jo DOTAIITUIIKH fjy<lncy.. TArcutU .Jnnec . Ynss .. . DenMtyuln . Albnry.. .. Cookanilinti. Clarendon .. Wed llm. Fri. Sat.

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LONDON PRESERVFD MEAT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

LONDON PRESEKVFD MEAT REPOIir. Mr, Tallerman repor)s that the trade was I very depressed during tho past month j but lie thinks this may bo attributed,in part to the influeiico of the warm weather, to the scarcity of stock of certain descriptions, with a consequent .increased valuo, especially in ! 21b mutton and 21b corned beef. Tho mar ket is clear of Australiau beef in all sizes, but South American aud Texas are plentiful, and offering at . low rates. The imports for last month were—From Australia and New Zcalaud, ■ 3565 cases; from America and, other ports, .3204. Total. G7G9 cases. >

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

TTJO STAND THIS SEASON, at UKANA, ■JL', tlio Draught Stalli"ii "WAGGONE R• By Nugget (imuortcd) out of n iii:iro called Waggoner (imported) from Tasmania).; Terms—Thieo Pounds. Tiie Wargonkh is a dark bay, standing 16 hands, fonnerly tlio property of Mr. JFI Jenkins, Buckinbong, well known in tlio district. Good paddock provided. For fnrtlier particulars,,apply to i-ii£ THOMAS TWEEDIE, Urann. tob.C :■/* TO STAND' THIS SEASON, At Mr. J. J. Donnelly's, North Junc'o,! Tlio Thoroughbred ITorso " N A P 0 L E ON," BY Mnemon out of Mavonrneen, and win ner of the Champion and First Prizes at the Murrumbidgeo PaBtoral Association Show, 1875. Terms—Five Guineas Each.' Good paddocks provided, but no responsi bility. J. J. DONNELLY, North Junoo. nnr.c Abstract of receipt--*aW'ex-' PENDITURE,. BOROUGH 0.*) WAGGA WAGGA, for tho Half-year past ended 2nd AUGUST, 1875 ... .... r. *' a <•,. • $.»[ To Balance in hand at last audit £1G2 11 3 Endowment from Treasury . •vr.,;:;620^X&lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875

Spooiol Advortisomonts. Wool. ' H A STINGS CUNINGrllAM AND CO.; ' WOOL-BROICEIiS, STOGIC ' AND '' STATION AGENTS, ATJSTBAEASIAN WOOL STOKES, ,, m Collins-street West, ■ ■ , MELBOURNE. / WE beg to notify the Woolgrowors of tho Murrumbidgco, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we aro proparcd to makeliboral advances onthc most favourable terms upon tho Ensuing Clip or Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by winch their storage capacity has boon doubled, \vc aro enabled to ofler facilities for conducting the trado unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as wo strictly confine our business to that of SELLING 13UOKEUS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wo liavo no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in tho purcliaso of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that tho oxtrcmo market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Season...

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