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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

IMPOUND! XGS. ...... Muruumiwrraji. — On 10th September, from llowyco, by Mr. P. II. Campbell, «1J\: stun duo at (lute of notice (September 11), 3a.;— Black horse, .T ^ over JI5 (both J's reversed' near shoulder, MP or U over indistinct brand like 91 ofF shoulder, broken. •, Also, from IUack Springs, by Mr. John Lawford }Bay marc, J I' conjoined off shoulder,:/: overt/i near shoulder,star, broken. Chesnut mare, J =h off shoul der, near bind foot white, stripe, broken. Brown liorso, CM over K near shoulder, It near rump, bell 'on, white spots on back, broken. Also, from Cun "nlngham Plains, by order of Mr. IX II. Campbell,. «7.T?.:-~Chefjnut horse, <3B near whouider, star, lame, broken. Also; on 11th September, from Cunningham 'Plains, by order of Mr. I>. H. Campboll, J.l\:— Black marc, I-f-Rncarshoulder and thigh, DIf writing capitals near riba and off shoulder and neck, blind off eye, broken. To be soldSeptombcr 30. ,An'KJ»o>fo.~On the ,10th day of September, 167f&...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

fost orFICE, wagga wagga. TIME TABLE ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. /" . i; AIlHIVAf,*. t From Sm». ~Mon. Tue. Weil Thu. Fri. Sat. Sydney.. 1 ATCUttJV Juneo .. .Yosb... .. IDcniltr'iuIn .. TJnuia . . llftV Namndcra .. Allmry./ Cooknndlnn.. (JlATcndou DEPAKTUitKS Sun. Mon. Tuc. Wed TITuTI Fri. Mat. 'Sydney.. Tnrcutta Junco.. .. YftM .. .. • DcnlKquIn .. Uraim •liny 1 Narandcra, . ^Aibtiry^. •• Cookandlna.. .Clarendon 10 -If. - 10 45 2' 0 2 :0 3 ir. »ir. 10 4/» i 10 45 a ir» H 1R io 4r» 10 46

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

MELBOUBNE WOOli MARKET.* ■■'•(WEDNIiatiAY, SEPTEMBER 22.) Messrs. Hastings CuningUam and Co. re port! j^Wool.T^Very little business has been done during the .past weok, sales, as usual, liaving been, confined ; to odd parcels and'a few lots of scoured. Quotations are nominal, buti there is fair1 demand, and consignments meet with ready sale. The new clip has arrived more freely, and \vc are advised that the' roads' tip country are gradually becoming in a better state for carriage, in which case we may look for a, considerable increase in tho quantity coming forward. Sheepskins. —Wo note'little alteration in this.market. Our sales of. groen skins passed off with animation, 'arid last quotations were fully realised ; lots of station skins in bales, suit-, able for shipment, also sold well, but dry skins generally were dull of sale. "We sold butchers skins at 4s to 7s Cd, and superior at 8s Gd each ; dry skins' 3s to (is each j aud station lots, 4d to&}d per lb. Hides.—Very few...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

WANTED. - WANTED, to' .Enrehasoi. iCBUIiLOpK DItAY. Apply A! G. JONES'. ' ■ ntb.o TTTANTEDl TWO BULLOCt'DKIVERS, . VV ■ • steady and experienced men. '(Apply A.G.JONES. " ato.o ' WANTED, ' i 1HE.EE DROVING SHEPHERDS, ^ WITH HORSES. • Apply, immediately, A. G. JONES. TENDERS , WANTED for tlio ercctionof ' ' a WOOLSHED, at Browley.' For ■plana and' specilieations apply to',-' GEO. MAIR, Wagga Wagga, or MRS. LCPTON, Browley, Cuddel. Opeii till 20tli October. { abo.u . • WANTED, TEAMS, to /draw Timber from the Currawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at the Mills. ' i/; r. . r ■■ J'aoe.c. HOUSE-SERVANT.—Wanted, a respect ablo Woman as Laundress and House servant: "Also, a SMART BOY, as V gene rally useful.". Apply to. . i . .. v 'i. i THOS. W. nAMMOND,1 JllllCO. : ' aub.fis ( i _ /,r1'i V,.i /: SPECIAL NOTICES^ , m a;s;o:n ic ,h;a;.l:l ; , 1 »' WAGGA WAGGA., INNOCENTS . ABltOAD : YARIETY au;-,.;,,-/ ;.: • COMPANY.' ..v.u-v D '-C i O'AX;.P A<iN"Y'i "o F v.i'»" > ■ g Ev E I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

Special Advertisements. / 5 ,. /wool! iv66r,r~ wool. : ■ GOXiDSBBOUQH'S ; WOOL ,'WARE -V nOUSES,^ MELBOURNE. It. aOLBSBROUGH 'AND CO. BEG to .announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of tho Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for the' Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that lltcy arc prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAYOUHAISLR TKItMSJ On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or Bhipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held 011 each Monday and Wkdnksim.y during the Season, and proceeds will be paid 011 the Tuesday following. They act as Selling Brokers-only, and con stituents may rely 011 their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which they may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for tho Storage and Display of Wool to the best advantage, the Sample Kooms being lighted on an improved principle. The variou...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: A special meeting of tho Council.was lield on Thursday, the ordinary meeting of tho lGth instant having-lapsed for wont of; quorum. Present—1The Mayor, Aldcrroon Bolton, Bergin, Hardy, Cummins, and Forsyth. Ail apology was read from Alder man Wall. . Aldermen Mumford and' Jenkins were fined 5a. each. The minutes of former meeting haviug been read and confirmed, the Council Cleric read copies of the put-going. correspondence and the following letters received:—From 0. O'Mahony, applying for remuneration in ■ .virtue of the abandonment of certain-\vorlc. by the Council after his coutract had bceii accepted; from W\ T. Woolley, calling attention to the prevalence of the practice of riding on tho footpaths in front of1 his premises in Garwood street; from Mr, Gar land, on behalf of Mr. George Mair, com plainiug-that aurfaco water was drained on; to bis land at tho corner of Murray and Morgan street; from Mr. Ovcndon, asking for leave of absence (as Librarian of tho Pu...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

KIVEIt GAUGE. onowiug tno iicjcnc ot tuo Aiurrumuiugce above summer level afc Wagga "Wagga:— Ft. /«. September 24 (falling) .. .. 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UOf I ON. SoptcwbcrSO.—A. T. Bolton—Household furniture, &c., Tarcutta-strcet, 11 o'clock. September ,ttO.—A. Stokiw — Blowclear station and stock, at Forbes. . September 30.—Wilkinkon, IIann, Minujiin. and Co.—Cowb, heifers, horses, &c.t Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. October 0.—A. T. Bolton—Bayly rams, nt Wagga Wagga. October 10. — "Wilkinson, IIanj*, Minoiiin, and Co.—Land, Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. October 12.—Wilkinhon, IIann, MiNCHiN.andOo.— Well-bred mixed cattlt, I'astoral Hotel Yards, October 20.—Wilkinson, Ha.vn, Minchin, and Co. —Land. Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock.

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

AL13URY. [PKOM OUIt OWN CORRESPONDENT}. For 8onio time past; the weather—tiiougu on the whole favorable—has been of that variable stylo which is f&lt somehow or other all the world over at the time of tlie equi noxes. The grass, trees, and crops give eridence that Spring will soon liuvo all traces of Winter <lispl;tcc<l. Some, who /ire too ready to give wise opinions, think'that the crops will bo inferior, but there is time yet to decide, and the best motto for the farmer is always to "hope for the best." For some4days past the ordinary dull plod ding of our daily lives was more or less enlivened by public meeting, soirees, and spelling exercises. Tho "Independents" had a gala day 011 the oponlag of their neat little church for ibs destined uses. A sermon and lecture followed, and from what appears in the local papers, it was more than/an 'ordinary treat to hear such an eloquent lecturer as tho roverend gentleman who acted as preacher and lecturer on th...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of Week. Son. Rises Sots. Moon. Rises, Sots. 11. M. II.M. A. M. A. M. 22 Wodneaday ... ,. .; .. 5.53 5 53 12 48 9 58 23 Thursday 5 52 5 54 1 51 10 50 24 Friday 0 50 5.65 2 40 12 * ('» 25. Saturday ... 5 -IS 5 5(1 3 32 1 14 20 Sunday ... ... , 5 47 5 67 4 8 27 5*45 5 f.7 4 40 3 20 28 Tuesday • .. < .. 5 44 r> r>s 5 8 4 28 MOON'H PllASBH.— SbITKMHEH. 1'Irat Quarter "Wednesday, Sth, 7.4.1 a.m. i-'nU Moon—Wednesday, 15th; 10.-17 p.m. Lust Quarter—"Wednesday, 22nd, 5.5 p.ui. New Moon—Wednesday, 21)tU, 11.0 p.m.

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THE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY AND MR. GOULSTONE. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

THE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY AND MR. GOULSTONE. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sin,—As a lovor of fair piny I tako upon myself to writo to you in regard to a mean spirit of jealousy shown by some residents of this town towards Mr. Goulstono, simply because lio got up tlio Quadrille Assembly which oauie off last night in tlio .Masonic Hall. From what I can learn ono or two amateurly brazen musicians of Wagga—be causo Mr. Goulstono was to play at the assembly—wont out of their way to damage the attendance by spreading reports to the effect tluit the danco would bo a low affair. Thoso who woro thero, however, did not, I am suro, witness any conduct that was not in every way respcctablo; and I only hope Mr. Goulstono will tako up his qunrtors hero, where lie will, X am certain, bo well patronised, as ho is not only a clevor musician (a baud in hiwsolf), but a quiot and highly respccfcftblo geutleman. Hoping fchafc you will givo this lofcter publication, I re mauvfcjir, yours rcspcctfuliy...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORT Ai)Vf.i:t}hbii Offioe, .. ' / -V-; Friday Evening Tho dry .'weather which had been ruling for some time up to the beginning of the week liow past was changed on Monday night to Jighfc showery weather, which lasted fchrong out Tuesday, when the rain ceased. The remainder of the week has been dry, with -moderately warm days, whilst tlie nights continue to be very cool. The weather has been very favorable to shearing operations, - which arc going on .briskly in the district. • The'first lot of the Gobbaguinbalin clip (four teams), and the Oowarbce (three teams) as ...AycU,.passed through tho town on Thursday. Business, in this market; has been rather dull thisweek, tho slack time being mainly attributable to the full occupation of most pastoralists by the wool harvesting. In cattlo little is doing ; local buyers of store stock arc out of the market, and will con tinue to be so until'we have some growth of grass. iYom our. exchanges we learn that atDubbo the'she...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: . Australian Joint Stock Bunk, Fitzmaurice street. , .Coinmoroiol Bank, Gurwood-atreot PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS j A Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital Erasmus Wren, Tichborne Buildings —. Fonswortli, Criterion Hotol, Fitzmaurice !■. street • William Largo, Gunvood-street . SOLICITORS : Fitzbardinge and Sons, Exchango Buildings, : Fitzmauricc-street . . ; • ■J. R. Garland, OFitzmaurioo-strcot. : ', , , ARCHITECTS : F. H; Nixon, Traill-stroet J. Gordon, Gurwood-strect G. 'Shopperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS •: Wilkinson, Hnnn, Minclun, anil Co.1, ■ Fitz ; innunoo-street . : / J Oliver, Morlcy, and Tompaon, Fitzmaurice • street ■' ' ■ r'.-.:' G. A. Elliot (P., It-, and Co.), Fitzmaurice ■. street . /Geo. Mair- (E., E., and Co.,), Fitzmaurice . ... : . A. -T. Bolton (Dal. Gampbell, Hejjljurn, and • Co.),'•Fitzmaurieo-Btreet . t... : LAND AGENT : • John Beutley, Fi turn,nirice-s treat . > CHEMISTS: • H. J. WilliamB, ...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOTS (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

MR. G.' A. eLlIOT'S (POWERS; RUTHERFORD , AND CO.) REPORT. Fat Cattle.—There is a very brisk demand \ for/ good lots, but very fowl to be had. Prices are very high, and likely to con* tinue for sonic time. Quotations—Bul locks, £7 10s. to £9 ; cows, £6 to £7 I0s.; Stoiu5? Cattle.—Sales aro still difficult,to ■ : effect even at low rates, in fact the demand, ...,lias,almost ceased; I have Bold for Mr. Keighraiv of Doodle Cootna, 200 liead good quality, mixed cattle, to Mr. J. J. I X)ouneliy, of North Juuee, at market rates. Quotations—Bullocks, £4 to £G; cows, £3 to 10s. •Fat SuEEi».~pemand confined to the local trade.' Store Siibbp.—Not much doing at present • in this'class, of stock.1 t have completed 'delivery:frbin the shears of 12,000 2-tootlr v wefchersj and'3000 2-tobtli ewcSj to Mr. A. •" G. Jones j • 0000 4-toofch wethers to Messrs* Smith and llussom, which lots I '■! Bold for.Mr.'McCaughey, of Coonang, and l-areTeported'as'very superior.' ' Hams.—I have sold,for Mr. McCaitg...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

MESSRS! -WILKINSON, HANN, MINOHIN AND rfr Vi/ y PO.'S IlKPOIVT. j , \ Stock.;—No{ sales: to/ report ,iu either V sheep'1 or catfclc. Only very few lots of either-offering/^ • —: 1 | . Store Cattle.—The market for this class of stock still continues extremely dull, most ' ofVur local buyers .ire full, and until the spring grass comes in few sales are likely to be made. Stork ;Sijkee.—Shearing operations have for th'o time put a stop to business. We have ; \ ; 5.(several large lots under offer for idelivery. Off the board we, havo sold 2500 for Mr. J. J.' 'Ferinell, of " Watilery, 2500 superior mixed weaners, to Mr.; John F. Jenkins ; and have two lots of wethers to arrive here in a few days in tho wool, for which we should be glud to treat. ■ i r r.i Hordes.—There is a good demand' for"i firsts - class horses of any: kind, cither light or 'heavy draught,or saddle hacks; \Ve;liave •' had no auction sale this week, bub: have sold privately two- draught colts' for ■ - • Messrs. Bowen an...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CRICKET AND CRICKETERS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CRIOICET AND CRICKETERS. [To Hit Editor of the Advertiser.) Sih,—Now tlmfc the time for cricket (and other outdoor amusements) is drawing near, is it not possible to procure a half-holiday once a week for those who are engaged in the various stores, so as to givo them an oppor tunity of displaying their prowess in wielding •the willow* In Melbourno a number of clubs are kept in oxistenco by the support they | receive from the young men (and not bad .cricketers either) who are engaged in the 1 various establishments in that city j but not ouly in Melbourne is the .weekly halMioliday given, but in Warrnambool, Sandhurst, and other towns in Victoria. I am confident that if some gentlemen here would kindly take this matter in hand the boon would bo freely granted, and a great number would bo thankful for the blessing of enjoying a littlo relaxation aud fresh air during the coming hot weather. There arc at present many in Wflgga who would like to join the cricket...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

LAND NOTES. A Crown land sale was licld at the Land Office on Thursday, when the following couutry lots were disposed of:—Lot C, 183 acres, parish Ganmain, county Bourke—Mr. James Devlin. D and E, 40 acres and 40 acrcs 2 roods, parish of Mallebo, county Clarendon—Messrs. Robert B. Ronald and James M'Bain. F, G, H, 181 acres 2 roods, 241 acres, and Go acres, parish of Brewarrina, county Mitchell—Mr. W". P. Faithfull. Lots A and B were withdrawn. The following conditional purchases were made at the Land Office, Wagga, on Thurs day : - David Macnainara, 100 acres, parish of Yarragundry, county Mitchell, bounded on the north by Mulcare's portion 9 of 320 acres; on tho west by reserve 364, on the south and east by a line to include area. .Tames Kelly, C40 acres, parish of Munda waddera, county Mitchell—starting, from a point about three-quarters of a mile to the west of the south-west corner of O'Neill and Edghitl's 654 acres. Martin Ryau, 120 acres, parish of Eunonyhareenyha, county Cla...

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MAITLAND RACES. Maiden Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

MAIT bAND RACES. Maiden Plato. Valetta colt ... ... ... 1 ICismct ... ... ... 2 White Rose ... ... ... . 3 • Flying Handicap. • Express : , ... ■ v... ... 1 East Lyuno ... ... ■... 2 Barb ... 3 MELBOURNE, Friday Night. . Magdala shares have risen considerably; there have been sales of shares at £6. In the Assembly, on the motion to go into Committee of Ways and MeanB, Mr. Stew art moved an amendmcut that the financial 'proposals of the Treasurer were nnsatisfac-; tory. Mr. Berry remarked upon the extra* ordinary course taken by Mr. Stewart, the amendment of Sir James McCulloch being still debated in the Assembly. Sir James' McCulloch repudiated all participation, but Mr. Kcrford declined any disavowal. The OppoBtion is much disorganised. After a somewhat desultory debate, Mr. Stewart's amendment has been negatived by 2D to G. A majority of the, Opposition left the House and did not rote. The House then adjourned till Tuesday, when the debate 011 Sir James McCulloch's amend* mcnt wil...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ' [ASSOCIATED PSESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, September 18. , The Standard comments unfavourably on the Victorian budget as compared with that ; of New-South Wales. The same paper also 1 condemns Lieutenant Armit's New Guinea ; colonisation scheme, embracing 200 volun- 1 teers, including clergymen and doctors. 1 j H.M. corvette Sapphire, 14 guns, Captain . A. H. Hoskins, has sailed for Australia. At an interview between M. Thiers and Princo GortschakofT, the Russian Chancellor, the latter said that lie feared that the French Government would bo carried away by clerical reaction ; and regarding the Eastern question, he said that it could be temporarily postponed, could the foreign autonomy of JRussia and Herzegovina be preserved and a rectification of the Montenegrin frontier be made. The wool sales are marked by considerable languor, and prices remain without no.tice ablo alteration, 1,600 bales liavo been with drawn. The com market is drooping, and the ...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 25 September 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. We draw attention to Messrs, Hastings Cuningham and Co.'s advertisement in our special columu with reference to tlie insu rance of wool. Mr, Jno. Nixon, of Grcgadoo, lias sold 1800 mixed weaners to Thos. O'Brion, of Cowabee. A. T. Bolton (D. CM H, and Go.) agent. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report tho sale in Wednesday's market, of 1400 Poven sey wethers, at lGs. Mr. G. A. Elliot reports tho delivery of GOOO 4'tooth wethers, purchased by Messrs. Smith and Russom, from Mr. McCaughey, of Coonong. Messrs. Bowen and McAlister have, sold 50 4-tooth rams to Mr. T. O'Brien, Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., R., and Coi) agent. Mr. J. J, Fennoll, of "VVallibery, has sold 2500 superior mixed weaners to Mr. John J?. Jenkins. Messrs. W., H., M., and Co., agents. The 1500 storo bullocks, Mr. Chirnside's reported in our last as at Combanning, crossed the bridge yesterday. Mr- G. A. Elliot (P., R-. and Co.), agent. Mr. A. Stokes, Forbes, reports sale of 1100 storo bullocks, on account of Mr. J. C...

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