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MAITLAND RACES. SECOND DAY. Mile Race. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

MATTr.ANn HACKS. Second Day. ; Mile Kace.:: Gililcroso Valcttn colt Kismet Time, lm. 478. Trial Stakes. Ginger Belmont ; Barb Time, 2m. 20s. Selling Stakes. Firefly Child Dolly Time, 2m. 23s. , Forced Handicap. Corisande .... .... Warrior' ... Express Time, 2m. 17s. ; Sapling Stakes. Apology Mr. Town's filly... Vexation .... ... ADELAIDE, Saturday. Hunt Club Cap. Wliitofoofc ... ... 1 Caster ton... ... 2 Benecia Boy fell at fcho third jump, and M. Dwyer was injured, but uot seriously. The horse had bis frontal bono smashed. Hunt Club Handicap. Lady Fergusson ... ; ... • ... : 1 Lysander ... "• ' ... ... 2 Euterpe ... . ... ... 3 Time—2m. 494s. ' ':''' Hunters' Stakes. Demon ... .. .1', . Sir Richard — 2 Time—7m. 8s. Maiden Hunters1 Stakes. This race resulted in a dead beat between Lansdown and Talaverna, with Hamlet third. The two first decided to divide the stakes.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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AN INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

AN INCIDENT. If the Hongkong people boliove all tho local Times tolls thorn, tboir; capacity for swallowing must be quite equal to Mint of the victim in tbe fol lowing story, wbicb our contemporary relates. A married Chinaman resid ing at Ning-po was in the habit of giving bis wife much cause for jealousy, which,from tbe circumstancesapparent, seems to have been', only too/; well,' founded. The lady bnro it for a long time, but'at last, wearied out by tbo infidelities of her spouse,: attempted to commit Buicide with opium during his absence. Word was brought to him one ovening that his wife was iu a dying condition, and. on hastening to his once happy homo bo found tbe un fortunate woman unmistakably iu a very precarious state. Repentant, but too late, bo cast about for some means of saving hor life, when the byatauders volunteered the valuable information that the blood of an ool would, if poured or dropped upon the tongue of tho dying woman, infallibly work a cure. Whether tbe mar...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED I'll ESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Sui'TKMBKR 25. The policy of Germany ion the -Eastern Question is officially stated as reserved and expectant. This attitude has supported the wishes of the friendly powers directly interested. The Russian expedition to Mary has returned to .the stalling point. A second expedition is now on, the march; Sir Geo. Bowen and Sir Julius.Vogel return to the colonies by the San Fran, cisco stoamer, leaving on Decombor 8. The doaths aro annoiiucecl of Lady Darling, widow of the late Sir Charles Darling, and Lady Don, widow of Sir W. Don, Bart. The attendance at the wool sales has improved, the tono of the market is firmer, and foreign buyers are less re served. Combing wools commaud a penny advance.. The deficiency in the English harvest j is equal to a month's consumption. Tho corn market is flat; foreign arrivals aro large, and Adelaide wheat is in full supply. : I The tin market is strong at a slight advauce,; St...

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THE RIVER THAMES. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

THE RIVER THAMES. (Pall Mall Gazette.) If tho River Thamos conld give an account of tho various articles thrown into it iu the course of a year, or even in the course of 24 hours, the list would show a Btrange medley. Be sides the doad bodies of numbers of murdered persons, there can be little doubt that its muddy waters conceal various articlos of a heterogeneous des cription, perhaps not so valuable as those supposed to lie in the bed of the Tiber, yet interesting if only from their incongruity. At Bow-street Police Court a porter to a bookbinder was charged with pitching a quantity of sacred literature into the noble river. Ho was seen by a policeman tojjthrow a box from the Thames Embankment into the water, which, on beiug fished out by tbe pierman of the "Waterloo Pier, was found to contain no fewer than 200 Bibles and prayer-books. The prisoner, who could give no reasonable excuse for this strange pro ceeding, was remanded for a week, and at present it can only be conjectured ...

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AUSTRALIAN WINES. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

AUSTRALIAN WINES. (Home Xewn.) Australian wines were submitted fo a somewhat unusual test about a fort night ago. Mr. Samuel Priestly— well known in connection with quartz mining, and who still holds consider able interests in that industry in and aruuud iioudigo, having settled down among bis brothers, who nre woollen manufacturers, near Bradford—being filled will) zeal for tho colony in which ho spent many very happy years, has been for some timo endeavouring to enlist the taste of his frionds and countrymen on behalf of Australian wines. In ordor to test tho mutter thoroughly, ho invited some twenty five gentlemen—among whom, singu larly enough, thero woro half-a-score of returned Australians—to a dinner at tho Liboral Club at Bradford. Tho wines—supplied by Mr. Daniel Talle man—woro entirely of Australian growth, and chiefly from the collars of Mr. Fallon, of Albury. They included Shiraz, Carbenet, Carignan, Tocay, Muscat, and Aucarot. To say that tho guests sat down to table wi...

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AUCTIONEERS, BEWARE. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

AUCTIONEERS, BEWARE. ( Pall Mall Gazette.) A gentle bint to auctioneers not to bo too 1 flowery ' in tbeir description of the goods they sell has been given by a decision of the SherilF-substituto of Glasgow, in an action of consider able importance to *11 who intend to couduet public sales. A firm of auc tioneers in Glasgow sued a broker in that city for the price of a steam engine. It appears that the purchaser, in July of last year, advertised a steam, engine and pan.mill to be sold by public auction. At the sale the de fendant became the purchaser, and on applying for delivery was offered a quantity of old metal in detached pieces, which he refused to tako. The decision was in favour of the defendant, on the ground that what was offered for delivery to him could in no sense be denominated an engine. In a note the Sheriff-substitute finds that, al though the pursuers had attempted to prove that it was distinctly stated at the auction that they did not guarantee the article as com...

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MORT AND NICOLLE'S HOUSE. HOLD ICE-MAKING MACHINE. (S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

MORT AND NICOLLE'S. HOUSE. HOLD ICE-MAKING MACHINE. (S. M. Herald.) Tlio difficulty of producing ice arti ficially, at a cost within the reach of uiosfc people, perfcotly free from danger, and in a manner siruplo enough to bo cowprebuuded evou by children, ap. pears to have boon successfully solved by Messrs. Morfc and Nicolle ; nnd ere long wo shall probably see frigorific machines as gront a household neces sity as Iho sowing machine. Not only aro they useful for making ice, but they aro still more nsoful as a moans of keeping food in hot weather. In the summer time it is a common thing for meat to bn killed, cooked, and eaten the samo day ; and liow ofton bas maferJamiUas to regret having to cast away a joint or part of a joiut that has gone bad ? But by having a small ice-makiug machine and a suit able safe, meat, buttor, nnd other articles of food may be kopt during ploasuro. It will be remombored that Mossrs. Morfc aud Nicollo exhibited sorao of their machines at the Agri cult...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

I MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (\Vi:i)N]:a»A v, Sui'tkmhhk 23.1 Messrs. Hustings Cuninghanv and Co. re port:—Wool. — .During the past week the only lmdimwft done 1ms been in sales of odd parcels, chiefly from fellmongers, for which there was fair competition ut lute rates. There have been considerable quantities of the new clip arriving in town since our last report, and consignments from the Darling district nro coming forward freely. The roads, however, continue in a very bad state for traffic, and in eottseqtttmte the qumilily lo harul ni present is considerably less than was in store at same period last year. Quotations are nominal. Sheepskins.—At the regular sides during the past week tbo usual supply was disposed of at quotations ranging to about; the same figures as thoHc of last week's report; a comparison of both quality and price however, would show a flight movement iu favour of buyers. Our sales were :—For butchers' green skins, 4s to 7s 6d each ; dry, 3s to 5s Gd each ; and s...

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FUNNY GOOD TEMPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

FUNNY GOOD TEMPLARS. They have been opening a lodgo of Good Templars nt Levuka, Fiji, but if the proceedings wore as assorted in the Fiji Argus, thoy must have been unique. That journal states :—Some unregenerate wretch has sent us the following, in which we recognise the handwriting of an expelled member of the Order. Of course we instantly consigned it to the flames ; but our ' devil,' who is a very imp of mischief, somehow recovered it, and during an unusually long slumber, occasioned, doubtless, by the soda-water at the Hall being over strong, slyly banded it to the compositors, and hero it is :— " The opening of the I.O.G.T. (I Often Get Tight) Grand Restaurant was celebrated with all duo formality on Wednesday evening, and attended by a brilliant muster of the Order of both sexes.' (That must bo a new Order.) "The Hall was aprropriately deco rated with the national flags of Port ugal, Madeira, and Malt-a's, and a splendid bust of Sherry.dan stood on the grand piano. Several me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

Special Advertisements. /WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBUO.UGH'S WOOL WARE .. HOUSES, MELBOUliNK R. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that lliey are prepared to inako LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, . ON PAVOUKABMi TliUMS, . On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in tin's market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will beheld on each Monday and Wednesday during the j Season, • and proceeds will be paid on the Tuksday following. They act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best-endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which they may be favored. Their, extonsivc Warehouses liavo been constructed specially for the* Storage and Display of Wool to the heat advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Itooras are co...

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LOVE AND INSANITY. (Popular Science.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

LOVE AND INSANITY. (Popular Sclcnce.) Wo obtained an idea of love differ entially, as it exists in the sexes by observing tbo degree to which it affects men and women as n probable cause of insanity. In the same manner I think we can gain a knowledge of the comparative intonsity with which emotions and states of consciousness, common to both sexes, exist in in tellection, by observing the extent to which they react as a probable cause of mental alienation. For my purpose I Bball use Dr. Kirkbride's report for the Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane. The analysis is based upon the supposed causes of insanity in 6,899 cases. Domestic difficulties are the probable causoa of mental disease in 4? men and 86 woinon. Nearly two to one expresses the difference in in tensity in the ' action of this cause. Fright resulted in insanity in 16 men and 36 women ; grief affected 77 men and 250 women, a difference of more than three to one ; religious excite ment acts as tbo cause in 79 men and 127...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

KIVER GAUGE. oiiowing fcho height oE the .Miirrnmuuigee. above summer level at Wagga AVagcft ' ! ■ - •- ft. hi. : Octotiorl (stationary) ... . , o ,. 0 .

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A CUT IN THE DARK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

A CUT IN THE DARK. 'I've been about a bit in my time, Bir, sure enough,' says our second officer, as wo look down over the rail of tlie ' look-out bridge,' upon the floating masses of weed that dappled the smooth surface of the Sargasso Boa ; ' and I've had some queer ad ventures, too. If you care to. bear one as a sample (ns there's a quarter of an hour or so left of tnr watch on deck), I'll give it you. * It's a good many years ago now -since I was at Victoria (in Australia, you know), and of course, like everybody else, I must try my luck at the diggings. You may think it a queer thing for a fellow to be n digger aud sailor turn about; bub that happens oftener than you'd think, too. But in those days it was rough work, I can toll you. There were no railways or beaten roads thou ; just a cattle.mark through the bush, and eveiything to be carried by waggons, in some places through mud up to the very axle. We used to travel in great gangs then, just like a caravan going through the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

ABS'l'SACT 0F SALES BY A UOTION.I Tills D.iy.—,V. T. Boi.to.v-Horses, ;r»3tor»rHotb Yimls, 2 o'clock. October 0.—A. T. Boltok—Bayly rams, at Wagca Wagga. I October 10. —"Wilkinson, Hank, Minciiin, not] Co.—Land, Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. Octobcr 12.—"Wilkinson, Hank, Mincuin, and Oo.— Wcll-bretl mlxeil cattle, Pastoral Hotel Yards. October 20.—Wilkinson, Hann, Minciiin, and Co. —Land. Australian Hotel/3 o'clock. November 10.—Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin", and Co.—Dairy cattle;. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

IMPO UXD1XGS. Ten-jiilb Cukfik.— On 13th day of September, 1875, from Kinross, by Mr, Alex. Koss, sum due at date of notice, Sc. 4d. each Way marc, star, ID near shoulder, shod nil round, white patches on hack, pulled tail, aged, 10\ hands: brown tuaro Uke It off rump, pulled tall, aged, 15} hands. Also, on the 15th September, from Ten-mile Creek, by Mr. James BruceBlack marc, star, no risible brand, long tail, aged, 15$ hands, Cs. To be sold on the 7th Oct. Adklo.no,—On 17th September, 1875, from Ked botik, by Messrs. Horslmrg: sum due at dato o! notice set after each animalHay mare, J over C near shoulder, nfr hind foot white, pulled tall, 10s Od. Also, on the 20th, from Nacki Is'acki, by Mr. Robt. FaltlcrChesnnt horse, JJ over T near shoulder, star and snip, pulled tail, 10s. To bo sold on the 7th October.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

. WEEKLY CALENDAR." ' '• . Days of "Wkek, Sun. . Rises' Seta.; Moon. Rises'Sets. n.'m. a. M 30 Wednesday .. r, 41 fi-MI fi 34 6 28 Thursday 6 40 Ml) « .0 0 20 1 Friday ' .. . fl Si) ft 0 n ?n 7 25 Saturday f» H7 tt 1 ft (ffl 8 23 Sunday ' i..;* . r. «(; (J 7 Hfl ft 23 Monday . ' r> aa ft 7 W 10 sa (> Tuesday 5 31 o a 8 30 a m> . Moon's Puahes.—Ocxobeh. First Quarter-. Friday, 8th, 2.10 ft.m. Full Moon—Friday, 15th, 0.10 a.m. , ; Lost Quarter— Friday, 22ud, 0.18 a.m. ' New Moon—Friday, 29th, 3.18 p.m.

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

fost office, wagqa wagga.. TI11E TABLE or tup. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP MA I US. AllIUVAl,*. ' From Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed Thu. Frl. Sat. Sydney.. .. Tnrcutta .. Junec .. . VftM .. . ])cniHqiiin . Urana .. . Jlay . Narandcra . Albury.. . Cookandlna. Clarendon . 9 4ft 0 4ft 8 30 8 :io p.m. 7 0 7 0 6 SO 1) 0 0 0 9 0 li no U 30 p. in. 7 0 7 0 11 30 11 30 7*U0 7 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 8 .'50 8 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 y 4f 0 4f 11 3( 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 30 y 4f 0 4." p.m. 7 0 7 0 n o ft '0 « 0 11 30 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 J)ni'ARTl/REH For tfun. Mon.j Tue. Wed Thu. Frl. j Sat. ■Wncy p. in. p.m. 3 15 3 1ft 3 If) p.m. p.m. 3 ir, 3 1ft 3 1ft 10 45 10 45 2 0 2 0 p.m. 2 45 2 45 10 45 10 4ft p.m. 3 15 3 1ft 3 15 10 45 10 45 Tarcutt* Junco .. . Yfiss .. . Doniltqntn . Urana .. . Hny .. . Narandera a o 10 45 10 4ft 2 0 ♦2 t» 2 45 Albury.. . CaoknwUtia. Clarendon . 0 0 r, o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4ft 0 0 0 0 (J 0 G 0 (i 0 fi 0 ft 4ft

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

STOCK ASD STATION IlliPORT Ai)Vi!iitiki:ii Oi'ftcr, Friday Evening. , Some promise of a chango for heavy and continuous rain seemed to be held out to us in the beginning of the week. On Sunday it came down steadily, and it looked ns if it would last. The afternoon, however, brought out the sun again, though a few threatening clouds tlod of the coming thunderstorm, 1 which set in at night with considerable ' severity., X^or a while the lightning was most vivid, and the rain came down with great • force. After a clearing up for a time on Monday, we had somegood showers at night, the following morning breaking in fair, and so the weather lias continued for the rest of tho week, tho days being warm, whilst the nights are still cool enough to keep the fires burning. From the Despatch we learn that at Dubbo tho shearing was progressing re markably well, though during the week ending 23rd the rain had stopped operations slightly, bub the interruption was not of much import, and the clip wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurice strect. Commeroiol Bank, .Gurwood-streofc PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital Erasmus Wren, Tichbornc Buildings —, Fonswortb, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmaurico street William Large; Gurivood-street SOLICITORS : Fitzliardingo anil Sons, Exchange Buildings, Fitzmaurice-sfcreet J. It. Garland, Fitzmaurice-strcet N ARCHITECTS: F. H. Niron, Traill-street j. Gordon, Gurwood-street ' G. Sheppcrd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL . COMMISSION AGENTS : Wilkinson, Hann, Mincllin, and Co., Fit?. maurice-street Oliver, Morley, nud Tompson, Fitzmaurioe street > G. A. Elliot (P., R., and Co.), Fitzmaurioe street. Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co.,), Fitzmaurioe street A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co.), Fitzmaurice-street : j: LAND AGENT: John Beutloy, Fitzmaurico-strccfc CHEMISTS : H. J. Williams, Fitzmaurico-strecfc E. Kand, noxt Masonic Hall STATIONERS AND FANCY WARE HOUSES : W. C. H...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

"MELBOURNE LIVE STOOK MARKET. (\VliI)XESl)AY, SEPX. 29.) PTORE jstock.—Messrs. i'owers,. ituther lord, and Co. report the sale of 104 Lincoln rams, G2 pure merino rams, 7 stud merino rams, for Mr. David Taylor, Tasmania, to Messrs. Robertson and Wagner, at a high price. Messrs. Stratford Streetle and Co. sold CO head of bullocks, for Mr. J. Cum* inings,'at a satisfactory figure ; also 3|0U0 pure. Lincoln ewes, with lambs at foot, at a high figure, Messrs. Hichard Gibson and ■ Co/sold 75 merino rams for Messrs. T. and S. Jjoarmonth, Groongal, to Messrs. \V. nud T. CV Dickson, Garrowin, Mara Creek, at a satisfactory price. Fat Cattle.—1,000 hend .catne forward, consisting of lots from Queensland, ltiverma, and Gippsland. The market opened rather dull, and prices re ceded from 10s to 15s per head from lust quotations; but as sales advanced, the quality became more suitable for trade re quirements, and figures about equal to lato rates were realised. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from ...

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