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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
WANTED. WANTED, to Purchase a BULLOCK DRAY. Apply A. G. JONES. •' ntb.c WANTED, TWO BULLOCK DRIVERS, steady and experienced men. Apply A. G. JONES, ' wanted, rflHBEEDBO Yllf G SHEPHERDS, JL WITH HORSES. Apply immediately, •" ' '' " ' ' ' 'A.' G. JONES. WANTED, a respectable and well behaved BOY. Apply S. R APHAEL, .aon.t ! TtTANTED, TENDERS for building a ■ VV WOOLSHED at Sandy Creek station. Pull particulars and specifications can be seen at WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN & CO;'S, Exchange Buildings. , ' TENDERS WANTED for the ercotion of a WOOLSHED, at Browlcy. For plans and specifications apply to GEO. MAIR, Wagga Wagga, or MRS. LUPl'ON, Browley, Cuddel. Opon till 20th October. abe.u* WANTED, TEAMS, to draw Timber from the Currawarua Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at the Mills. aoe.o SPECIAL NOTICES. SELECT QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY M A. SO NIC HALL, TIIURSDA Y, 22nd SEPTEMBER, 1875. Music under tlio 'direction of PROFESSOR GOULSTONE. MR. J. M'GRATH, M.C. : Committee. —Messrs. 0. Bens...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
tk—:—— r"—^— WOOL. WOOL. WOOBV G 0 LDSiROUCH'S' WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of tho Australian Colouics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they arc prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOUKABLB TEUMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be bold on each Monday and Wkdnksday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid ou tho Tuksday following. Tlicy act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their beat endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any^ Consignments with which they may bo1, favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the best advantage, thn Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms are con venicnt to each other,...
GRENFELL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
Gl!iiNTF!3LL. (FflOM OCR 0\v?r coilHESrONlJBNT.) Owing to tho calamity which has befallen tho Catholic body through the burning d their church ou the 23 rd ultimo, a public meeting, convened by the llev. M. M. I'inncgan, for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken towards tho : erection of a new church, was held in the • Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday night last, the • 9th instant. The meeting was very fairly attended, and graced by the presence of a number of ladies. Tho Kev. H. M, Finne gan, who occupied tho chair, addressed the meeting at considerable length, making a powerful appeal to tho christian charity of this community, promising that a temple would bo crected to tho honour of God on the site of the ruins that would bo an orna ment to the town of Grenfell. Tho meeting was also addressed by the Itcv. O'Dwycr and several lay gentlemen. A subscription list was opened in the room, and at the close, the rev. chairman announced that £312 had been subscribed. Tho larg...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
STOCK AND STATION JlliPOlt/fS SYDNEY. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Dovlin re* port (September " IS):—Wool.—No. public wool sales tliis week. The news from Eng land by telegram this morning is scarcely so favorable. Several parcels of tho new clip bave now arrived iu Sydney, and will find their way into the catalogues for the next sales,-when the prices to be from here will bo declared, at present there does not appear so much disposition to buy ; nor have we heard of any of the buyers making purchases before hand this season. We should strongly, advise our constituents not to encumber their brokers with reserves, which, in most cases, only lead to a loss to the owners of tho wool. Sheepskins.—In the absence of any public sales, wo are deprived of any remarks under this head. Tallow.—I GO casks offered, 140 sold. No material change has occurred in this market, both shipping and trade tallows remain in fair request at rates as quoted by us last week. Hides.— 3,277 offered, 2,373 sold....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurice street. ■ Commorciol Bank, Gurwood-streot ; PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS : Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital EraBtnus Wren, Ticbborne Buildings —. Fonsworth, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmaurice streot William Largo, Gurwood-strect SOLICITORS : Fitzbardiuge and Sons, Exchango Buildings, Fitzmaurice-street J. E. Garland, Fitzmaurice-strcot ARCHITECTS: f F. H. Nixon, Traill-strect J. Gordon, Gurwood-streot G. Shopperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS: Wilkinson, Hann, Minehiu, and Co., Fitz roaurice-street Oliver, Morley, and Tompson, Fitzmaurice street G. A. Elliot (P., R., and Co.), Fitzmaurice etreeb Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co.,), Fitzmaurice street A. T. BoUon (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co^Fitzmauricc-streot LAND AGENT : John Bcutley, Fitzmauricc-street CHEMISTS: H. J. Williams, Fitzmaurico-strcct E. Band, uoxt Masonic Hull ■ STATIONERS AND FANCY WARE HOUSES: W. 0. Hunter, Fitzmauricc-stre...
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
COOMA. Mr. J. J,.Howell (September 17) reports: —Fat -Cattle.—Nono forward this week ; very scarce and in great demand. I could placo a lot of good quality now at extreme rates. Store Cattle.—I have placed under offer to a local buyer 500 bullocks, to be in spected to*morrow, for which I expect to close. Mixed cattle very dull o£ sale. Sheep.—No sales to report in consequence of the near approach of shoaring. Horses.—I; offered yesterday at auctiou some very superior pedigree horses, but failed to reach owners' reserves, except upon one draught colt (entire), which I sold to Mr. John Shiolds, of Bobundarah, privately, after auc tion ;also, a few hacks and buggy horses to different purchasers, at from £2 2s to £10.
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
GOULBURN. Messrs. F/S. Cohen ancl Co. (September 17) report:— Fab Cattle.—Market firm at last week's quotations, viz., 22a to 24s per 200 lbs. Quotations—Best bullocks, £S 10s ■ to £9 10s ; medium to good, £7 7s to £8 ; cows, £5 IOs to £7. Store Cattle.—The re sult of our sales this week shows that this class of stock is in better demand. We yarded in all 35G head, and sold 316. Quo tations—All bullocks, 105s to 110s ; equal sexes, 80s to 95s; cows, G5s to 90s. Fat Sheep arc in demand, and the market very, bare of prime quality mutton. We have no sales to report; but quote good 5Glb wethers 12s Gd to 13s Gd ; lighter weights in propor tion. Store Sheep.—No transactions of any magnitude arc taking place, nor is it likely auy business'.will be done until after the j shearing. Horses.—Good upstanding colts I are in demand, as also useful hacks. Wc sold a few bead this week to £G 10s. j
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
CRICKET. A match was played ou Saturday after 110011 last botwcen two elovoiiB composed of membora o£ the W. W. C., picked by Messrs. Durio and S. Tompson. After a pleasant contest, tlio gamo resulted; in :ul easy victory by 120 for the latter'3 side, owing partly to tlio ot'ind made by Maokinnon. Following is tlio score appended :— ToMr.soNS Elevkn.« . 1st Innings.' S. Tompson b Durio ...• .";.u»10" Sorivon b Durio ...: ... ■ 0 Maokinnon st O'Mara b Fitzliardmgo ... , 00 A. Tompson 0 O'Mnra b Gowlland ... " 0 Gordon o and b Gowlland ... ... . . 5. Chapman o and b Gowlland .... ....1 Baxrunout ... ... ... 0 Jackson b Gowlland ... ,■'> v..' 37. Donnelly c Gowlland b Fitxharduigo ... 33 Willans c O'Mara b Fitzbardingoj .1 Sfcovenson not out... 'v.'!:. . Vw.''r Sundries 1 11 Total . - j--,'.vt202 , Duiim's Eleven. 1st Iuniugs. - - Duriob Gordon .... .. ... Gowlland b Tompson ... .;. Drako b Tompson... ... •. i .v i . O'Mava b Gordon"^ Mackie b Grrdou ... ■** ... ... - . El worthy oS...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. ( To the Editor of tlto Advcvllsev.) Sir,—As a member of. St. John's.Ghui'clil., congregation I ngrco with you in your re marks about; Archdeacon Pownnll's letter, and think that it ought to bo published. If;it'iB&lt; y not, I, in common with others,' can'only think ° one thing—that it contains some matter which it ia considered best not to publish. "What right has' Archdeacon Powndll to • negloot liis congregation ? Yours, ! ' A 31EJIKGK, .?• [We shall "bo most happy to publish tlio Venerable Archdeacon's .letter it '.it is-for warded to us. As to tlio reverend, geiiUcmim'a, " neglect" of his congregation, lio is himsolf responsible for his conduct.—Eh. W.W.A.]
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
ITEMS OF NEWS. Aftbb a tolerably long spell of dry weather a change sot in for rain ou Monday night. Throughout yestorday some. slight showers foil, hut tliero was littlo indication of much rainfall. For tlietwo or threo days previous tho atmosphere was close, but yesterday an unpleasantly bleak wind ruled for a time-' Tiie first meeting of tho [Public Bridge Committee was held in the Council Chambers yesterday, at 4 o'clock. Present—Messrs. Hodson (in tbo clmir), Fitzliardinge, Gowllaud, Garland, Copland, Arthur, Hawkins, Bolton, and Hunter. Mr. Copland was appointed Hon. Secretary, and Messrs. Hodson, Gowllaud, Fitzliardingo, Garland, Hunter, and Bolton, were appointed a Sub committee to draw up a petition to be sub mitted to tho General Committee on Friday next. Wo have been requested to state that Mr. Mackinnon was absont owing to his hav ing mistaken tho hour for which tho mooting wau called. We would romind owners of horses that nominations for the Wagga Steeplechase and Wagga...
SYDNEY HUNT CLUB MEETING. RANDWICK, SATURDAY. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
SYDNEY HUNT CLUB MEETING. randwick, Saturday. urmnt.-r t*ahk. •' '• a • Gaffer Gray ... ... ... 1 Welshman ... ..., ... t Emigrant... ... ... ' t • 1IUNT CLUB CUI». : : . ' ; Springbar... 1. lleceipt ... ,.j 2 Young William Tell ... ... • 3 Time, Cm. 20s. ' ' 7 HANDICAP* Miss Phcebo ... ... ... 1 Sour Grapes cult... ... - '2 Mabel ... ... ... ... 3 i STEEEPLECIIASE. Hotspur ... .. i 1 Prior ... ... ... .... 2. Fisherman ...: 3 .. OI'BN HANDICAP. - ; -^ • Playboy ... ... ... ... 1 Sultan 2 Othello ... -:3 CORINTHIAN CUP. : Gaflcr Gray ... ..... . &lt;1 Young William Tell ... ,...2 Euclid ... ... ..._.■■■» ... 3 MELBOURNE, Tuesday Niciiit. Mr. Robertson, in a; speeoh: made last night, pointed oat the advantages derived by New South Wales from a freo trade policy, and satirically sug gested that Victoria should continue, for the benefit of her neighbours, tho experiment of protection Bbe was now pursuing. Ho also explained the land policy of Now South Wales. Mr. Berry took occa...
PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
PASTORAL MEMS. Mr. J. McCaugbey, of Coonong, has sold 170 pure mcriuo rams to Messrs. Mack and Greeves, of Teraora. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P, It, and Co) agent. Mr. F. Jenkins, of Buckinbong, has pur chased 296 of Mr. Patten's E. K. Cox Rams. ;Mr,.G. Mail* (E., E., and Co., agent. 3,300 mixed sheep belonging to Mr. Morris of Gletiwith, crossed the bridge yesterday in charge o£ Mr. James Morris. The 700 Bayley rams advertised by Mr. A. T. Bolton for sale, are now on the north side of the river, at Cartwright's hill. The following is the produce telegrams of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company (Limited), dated London, 15th inst. :—44 Wool.—Up to date 184,000 bales have been sold. Lambs' and crossbred Market easier. Greasy—Market unchanged. Victorian scoured unchanged. Seedy aud burry neglected. New Zealand.—The prin cipal decline has been in crossbred mediums and inferior greasy. Tallow.—Market firm. •Stock of all sorts 9,000 casks. Mutton, £48 per ton ; beef, £47 per ton. L...
WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. Vmthifj Committee, for tho month:— Messrs. Hodson and Mnckiunoii. Sub-Com millcc— Messrs. Nixon, Love, and Scriveu. Tho United Servieo Gazette understands j that " consequent on the mortality and siclc- ! ucss: which have so much prevailed at Sydney, 3Sfaw South Wales, the Admiralty contem plate roiiiovirig the naval establishment from thht port to Ilobart Town, Tun Dicinen's Land." I' At n meeting of the Telegraph Const ruc tion and Maintenance Company on July 20,V the European Mail says, " tho chairman—Sir Daniel Gooch, Bart., M.P.—stated that tho contrnct for tho cablo from Now Zealand to Sydney was for 1,380 miles of cable, and that it would keep tho works of tho company fully, occupied for the rest of the year."
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. •[ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.'] LONDON, Sept. 10. The direct Amerionn cable between England and Now York has been com pleted. The Servian Parliament is divided on the quoBtion of the address to the throne, and there is a strong minority favourable to the declaration of war. THE ST. LEGER STAKES, Of 25 bovs each, for three-year old colts, 8st 101b.; fillies, 8st 51b; second to receive 200 sovs ; third 100 sovs, out of the stakes. St. Leger course, 1 mile G furlongs 132 yards. 189 subs. Mr. W. S. Crawford's ch o Craig Millar, by Blair Athol—Miss Rowland ... ... ... 1 Prince SoltykolTs br c Balfe, by , Plaudit—Bohemia ... ... 2 Mr. H. Seville's b c Earl of Dart rey, by Earl—Itigolboche ... 3 The Empress of Austria has been thrown from her horse, and sustained a slight concussion, but is now re covering. The Australian mails via Brindisi nnd Torres Straits bavo been de livered. There has been an improved attend ance and more animation at the wool sales, but without rec...
THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
THE V il.l irgp Mm) g :v 6 c r t ir>n " This is true liberty, when freoborn men, Having to advise the public, may upeak /roe.'' Milton. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1875. Tub groat importance of tbo subject to a majority of oar readers—in fact, to the community of this district at large—-will, wo trust, bo bold as an excuse for our alluding again, and so soon, to tbo subject of judging- at Pastoral Shows. In our last issuo we published a letter from a member, of tbo Murrumbidgeo Pastoral Associa tion with roferonco to llio matter Our correspondent, in that communi cation, suggested, while agreeiug with ns as to appointing competent judges, and getting their opinions in writing, " that the various pastoral societies in the colonies should subscribe according to their means, and secure tho services of judges for each class—say, one for cattlo, another for fino-woolled sbeop, j and another for long-won!led sheop. I3y this moans first-class men would Snd it worth thoir whilo to devote the...
LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 September 1875
LAND.NOTES. Application was made at the Land office' yesterday for the purchase of the following;. 3rown Lands in virtue of contemplated im- ; provements :—Francis Jenkins, 040a, parish. ;>f Gobbagaula, county Mitclicll, nature of " improvement j a rescrvo for water, cultiva tion paddock of split fence, aud a dwelling '' house. Messrs. Ronald and AI'Bain, G40a parish of Malcbo, county Clarendon, sheep yards, ft neing, tunic, and hut. Edward 0. Pearson, 100a, parish of Sandy Creek, sheep- ; yards, fencing, hut, and tanks por water.' A Crown Land sale of the following country lots will ho held at the Police Office, '• Wagga, on Tuesday, the 19th October :— Lot A, 50a 2r, county Clarendon, parish Bilda, adjoining the southern boundary of C. M'Kinnou'a conditional purchase of 40 acres, No 77, Oura run ; lot B, 40a, do do,, adjoining the western boundary of A. M'Kinnon's conditional purchase of 40a, No 90, do; lot C, 73a lr, do do, adjoining the western and southern boundaries of A. M...
A NOVEL COFFIN. (Melbourne Herald). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875
A NOVEL COFJFIN. (Melbourne Herald), Any innovation upon the established customs aud peculiarities of our burial system scorns now so to predominate with almost all classes of tho com munity that scarcely can a new idea be brought to light on that subject than it is eagerly adopted by tho ever willing few, and made tho platform for discussion by tho many, as was tho case some short time,ago, when the London and Continental press discussed the question from , all points of view, including tho inauguration and adop tion of a system of burial in wioker work or basket-ware coffins. One of theso wioker coffiins, tho first ovor made in the colony, was shown to our representative on Saturday afternoon at tho shop of Mr. P. Pottitt, basket marker, Post-office Placo, which, he stntoa, has boon made to order for tho purposo of burial. This coffin which is (ivo feet six inches in length, and twenty inches across tho shouldorB, is constructed of about quarter inch caue, the top and sides being1...
AN UNSOLVED MYSTERY. (From the Argosn.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875
AN' ■ UNSOLVED MYSTERY. (From the Arao.w.) 'Al3°uMh° close of the eighteenth oontury the fnshionable life of Dublin ;■ was! in its1 zenith ; the Ranolagh Gardens'wero tho resort of tho beaux ^ atid .belles of tho (lay ; tho Parliament was held in Collogo Green, and its members had their own residences in Dublin, and lived thoro for a consider abl.O; portion of thp year. One of the ' members, an illustrious Irish nobleman who had spent somo portion of his youth: in Italy, was a man of cultivated taste and refinement. Upon his return to Dublin, he conceived the idea of in viting over some Italian artiat to doco 'rate the walls'and ceilings of his rosi* dencevaftbr, tho. Florentine mannor. Ho earned out his idea, and the orna mentations of Cliarletnont Houso boar witness to the taste and skill of the decorators. Other noblemen omployed these artists ; tho present Royal Irish Academy House, then a noble, private residence, is similarly decorated ; also soveral other city mansions in sev...
SONG OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875
SONG OP -THE TIMES. " Oil, .toll me, maiden, fair," said I, •". Wherefore that tear -within your eye? Wlicreforo that sad aud long-drawn sigh Of vain regret ? JFull moyour woes, I now beseech; What long you for beyond your reach?" Whilo tears bedewed her cheek of peach, Slio ftuswered— 'r '• I took her lily hand in mine, The, while her lustrous eyes did shine, 'Arid tried to read lovo'a tender sign j ' 1 iii simplest deeds I • "What, Maud, would make your life com plete?" (Her gaze was fixed across the street) •" What would yon have my love, my sweet ' ; ' Sho answered— . , ; j : A girlish fancy ! I would wait— While standing at tho garden gate ; Again I sought to learn my fate : 5 By soft appeal I , • swear," said I, "by sun or moon, ' '*•' ;• To lovo you ever 1 wed me soon ! •Your heart resembles what ?—fair June ?' | . / She murmured— • ^ > i "Stcdi. ■■ "•What do I lack, oh, Maud?"I criedr—' ." I who so gladly would lmve died / / ; That joy might in your heart abide V. &am...