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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

MESSRS.'WILKINSON/ IIANN, MINCIIIN, AND. CO.'S UEi'OHT. Fat Stock';—No movements or. sale's to vc jjorfc/ Cattle, owing to tlio late fall in the metropolitan markets, are, not so eagerly sought .after, hnd'owing to shearing opera tions, no transactions are likely to take . place in sheep for a few weeks. Few lots of either sort aro offering here, and it is oven difficult to supply the local market, t SroitK Cattle..—Business is almost en tirely conlined to the sale of small lots, no large buyers being in the market, nud the demand still continues dull. Wo have sold 100 bullocks for Messrs. Gr. and . "W. Richardson of liiliapolap, to Mr* C. H* Barber, of Yaekandandah ; and 97 bul locks for Messrs. Emery and:Millar, of Tiunut, to Messrs. Boweu aud M'Alister; £and by auction a mnull lot mixed sexes for Mr. George Power. Stouk Suiskp.—Sales are very difficult to elFcct owing to so many buyers being engaged with shearing. . Wo have sold 1700 mixed weaners for Mr. John Nixon of Grcgadoo,,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

SPEeiAL NOTICES.. POSTPONED OPENING . . MUIUIUM B11)C; KE HOUSE. Ci HENRY annouuce3 that, owing to /. unavoidable delay iu the arrival of a k portion of his goods, the opening of Murrain " bidgce House "Drapery Establishment is Postponed till'THURSDAY, the 7th iust. tb.t TAKE NOTE-. G . MILLAR QPENS TO-DA rhis NEW PREMISES, '■V' . G.URWOOD STREET,. 1 orrosiTE tiiet AUSTRALIAN - JOINT. ■■ STOCK BANK. ,1 A CJhoico Assortment of' ; i ■ SEEDS, ... .. . TOBACCOS, , ^ , , • PIPES, Ac., Ac., Can bo piirobneod nt a VERY MODERATE FIGURE. ' i" .' . f I■ ■ tu.t ■ ' ASSIZE BALL. S. RAPHAEL JS still anxious to do his best for the ' welfare of the public, and thoreforo expects similar good intentions from the '.'same. ... Most, i£ not all, are awaro what S. RAPHAEL Bells j mid all wlio aro in 7 possession of that secrot-know that, for •superiority of quality and lowness iu -' price ho is unrivalled.; . v. .1 S. RAPHAEL <" ( \ ■ -ii AND Til IS s, •< r SPELLING B E'E ! - A C A...

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

WANTED. Want E;D, thuee respectable G1ULS, as apprentices to tUo Dross making. Apply MR. A. H. webb, , i Newtown, o,a HOUSE-servant.— Wanted,:ti respect-, able Woman as Laundress and House-, sci'vaufc. '• Also, a smart boy, ns " gene-' rally useful." Apply to thos. .W.' HAMMOND, . . .• ! • juikm.v(,; nub.as Tenders wanted for tiio crcction ot a WOOLSIIED, at Browluy. Eur plans and specifications apply to GICO. MAIll, Wngga Wngga, or M1IS I.LH'ton, Browloy, Cuddel. Open till 20th October, abo.u WANTED, teams, to dvaw' Timber from tho Cui'rnwarim Saw Mills. Apply T. 110 USON, or at tho Mills. : noo.o Wanted, two DltOVINO' SHE!' l'erds, with horses prufcrtud. Apply A. 0. jones. TIT ANTED, a good wool-GLASS 131!. V\ References requiioil. Apply A. T. bolton. uli.o

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

CUATGEG0i\G, COOTAMUJTBBA. FrilOit OUlt OW'.N' COItlIESPOXDENT.1 Tim monthly pay took place on Saturday, and in tho evonim* a ball iiiul supper mw-held ut host, Slattery s Railway Hotel, to comniejuo rate I ho completion of three now* rooms, affording increased accommodation for resi* dent boarders and traveller?. The spread was very extensively patronised, and every one appeared well satisfied with tho arrangements, und did ample justice to the good things pro vidod. Dancing was kept up till tho small hours. Tho usual fight took place the follow ing day, by way of adding a little variety and excitement to tho secne, one Brummy being tho principal actor. There was a slight error in your Saturday's issue. The contractor for tho second telegraph wire from AVagga to Young is not tho son of a Guuu, but the boh of Curry. Some first class straight poles have been put in between Betlumgra. uud Cootumuudvu, in lieu of tho old bent and deformed ones standing pre viously. A drover, travelling...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

OHIO [NA L OORRESPONDBNCti. WEEKLY UALF-HOLIDAY. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sir,—Having read "Fairtrade's" letter, I am induced to reply; merely with! the view of calmly discussing the two sides of the question, which Fairtrade" insinuates, and then immediately loses sight of; and, anyone reading his letter; cannot fail to see the selfish and onC'Sided manner in which it is written. " Fairtrade," Mr. Editor, asks "have you no regard for the employer, who works seven days in the week ?" which work, in my humble opinion, is decidedly wrong, and ought nob to be, according to the indisputablo authority who has proclaimed in uniuistakeable language, " Six days Blialt tliow labour." ctc. As regards our hours o! labour, wo aro not by any means complain ing j in fact, arc well satisfied with our lot; but what we waut is a weekly half holiday during the hot summer months, which, of course, our employers can grant or withhold, as they think proper. Having spoken to oue or two gentlem...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

MUIUIUMBIDGEB TUKF CLUB. ' Trk following novmnaticms >vetc received lasb night for t!ie Wagga Steeplechase and Handicap Hurdle Race. Besides the horses named there arcfour entries from Melbourne. : particulars of which have not; yet como to to hand, and from Sydney 110 telegram has. been received by the Honorary Secretary . Steeplechase. Mr, E. Lmtott's b g Counter Jumper, aged C. Edghill'sgg Hurricano, 5 yrs J. J. Howard's g g Greystanes, Dyra "W. P. Bowos's b g 'Che Count, 0 yrs T. Downing's b c Erin's Islo, 0 yrs J. Quiun's Blonuin G. F. Want's b g Prbr, aged T. Waters's g g Cheerful Charley, 5 yrs J. M'Keuzui's br g The Pearl, 5 yrs »• P. J. M'Alister ns b g Adventurer, 5 yrs — Cox's Baldy S, Hardiug's Fearnaught Messrs. Bowen & M'Alister 11s bg Byron, 5yra ,, ,, ,, ; gg Bookmaker, 5 yrs Handicap Hukdlts IIace, " .... Mr. E. Lintott's b g Counter Jumper, aged J. Roberts's b g Pheasant, aged C. Edghill's g g Hurricane, 5 yrs . T, Colioy's blk g Blackthorn, 5 yrs W. P. ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

MUNICIPAL* COUNCIL. Tho ordinary meeting of the Council was hold 011 Thursday. Present—His Worship tho Mayor, Aldermen Forsyth, Cummins, Ilergin, and Hardy. Aldermen Wall and Jenkins apologised for their absence; Alder* men Bolton and Mumford wero lined* Tho minutes of former meeting were read and confirmed, with copies of outgoing correspondence, the Clerk reporting that no letters had been received. Tho Works Committee brought up a re port recommending construction of 10 chains of a drain at the east end of Forayth'Sfcvecfc. Report adopted, and instructions given to call for tenders. Tho Council Clerk read a copy of tho notice given to cortain ratepayers with refer ence to the pulling dowu of structures and roofs of bark, with a list of those served. A lengthy conversational discussion ensued as to whether a good mauy of tho persons served could be said fairly to havo theso structures in a populous part of the town, Some of them, it was said, wero not near any other building. Doub...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE LONDON, SEPT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ■(ASSOCIATED, press TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Sett. 28. r. (The Gorman, Austrian, and Italian iGonsuls report:tbat tlio insurgents in the principalities demand, in the ovout of 'an armistice being agrood to, a Europeau guarantee for tho carrying out of tho desired rolorms : tho Porto, however, refuses any concession until tho submission of tho insurgonts is made. The Times publishes a'.telegram from Shaughai, stating that tho Chinese evade the effectual perform ance of the terms agreed to at Tien Tsin. Mr. Wade, the British Minister, loaves Pekin on the 13th October, un less a satisfactory settlement; is arrived at. The R.M.S.S-Pern left for Australia on the 24th, two days before contract time. LONDON, Sei-tkmdek 29. M. Leon Say, in: tho course of his speech, ^demonstrated the growing prosperity ofiFrahce, and said that tho indirect taxation of the country yielded from 60 to 70 million franca nbove.the estimate. The London PreBS unanimously ap prove of t...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to Advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

THE Pfajgp tx " This Is true liberty, wlioii freuborn ineti, Having to Advise the public, may spenk freo." 1 Milton. SATURDAY, OCXOB&R, 2,1875. Aftisr thenumerous '• reports which bavo come from Raudwick regarding the "crooked" running witnessed there nfc tho late tneetiog of the A.J.CIub. it behoves those gentlemen wuo uuve mj" inclination, and the means to support,, our . national Bport, —horse racing, to step forward, and with a resolute hand keep in its proper place tha.'b body which calls itself the Ring, or Talent. If this is not dono without loss of time, and beforo such anc/ther disgraceful exhibition as that seen recently in Sydney takes plnce, there cannot ho the slightest doubt that a great and pei'manont injury will bo done to the Turf of Australia. Of course wo oro awaro that there has always boon both in this country and England n certain amount of swindling done in connection with liorso racing : but then it was done in a limited, nud, so to speak, somi-privat...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. A private London telegram, tinted 25th September, received in Adelaide on Wednes day last, states that there has been a riso of I.^d. in wool, and that the cause of the falls from the Juno market was not the shortness of the domand, as compared to tho supply, to a semi-financial crisis in tho commercial markets of Loudon and Europo. 15,000 ahecp, belonging to Mr. A. G. Joues, crossed tho Bridge yesterday morning, en route for the owner's Ulenariff blocks, off tho Bogan. Messrs, G. and W. Richardson, of Billapo lap, has sold 100 bullocks to Mr. C. H. Barber, of. Yackaudandah. Messrs. W., II., M. and Co., agont3. Messrs. Emery and Millar, of Tumut, have sold 97 bullocks to Messrs. Bowcn and McAlister. Messrs. W,, H., M. and Co., agents. Mr. John Nixon, of Gregadoo, has sold 1700 mixed weaners to Messrs. Smith aud Moxham, of Mimosa. Messrs. W., H., M. and Co., agents. Mr. C. H. Reynolds has sold tho Yalbnra and Merri Merriwa ,run, in the Lachlan dis trict, with 2G00 shee...

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

BXARAVIIiltA COCOA. — Taylor BnoiHEHs(t!ic largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), haviug the exclusive supply of this uurivalled Cocoa, invite comiwrison with any other Cocoa for Purity—lino 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 Mark. MARAVILLA COCOA.-The Globe says, "Taylor Bkothers' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, aud 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 valur.ble beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &e. HOMCEOPATHIC COCOA....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 October 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Tlie following eases are for trial at the Circuit Court to be opened ou Monday i— Joseph Smith, horse-stealing. Edward McCabe, Daniel Abbot, and George Edward Thomas, assault and rob bery. Marie Ango Menard, unnatural oflence. All George, attempt to stab. In addition to the above there is the ease of Paine, for shooting at Sergeant Condell at Gundagai, and one or two others out on bail, the particulars of which we were un able to obtain, ns tho gaoler at Wagga was without and official knowledge of tbc charges. In another column wo publish the nomt* nations for the Wagga Steeplechase and Handicap Hurdle Race, mado yesterday. His Honor Mr. Justice Fawcett will, wo believe, arrive here to-day, and will be ac companied by the following barristers :— The Hon. Edward Butler, Q.C., Mr. M. H. Stephen, and Mr. C. J. Manning (Crown Prosecutor). Wo have not heard the name of tho Crown Solicitor. We also under stand that Mr. Fitzhardinge, attorney of Sydney, elder brother of Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

MABAVTLI.A COCOA. —Taylor BnoTHEHsfthc largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having the cxclusivc supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fine Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power Easiness of Digestion——and especially, high delicious flavour, One trial will establish il as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.B.—G'antion—"Mauavilla" is a registered Trade Mark. MARAVILX.A COCOA.-The Globe says, '* Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa bas 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, Momiug Post, British Medical Journal, &c. HOMOEOPATHIC COCOA.—T...

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THE RING IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

THE RING IN SYDNEY. The prolonged abseuce of (bat essen tially Victorian institution, tbe Ring, or Talent, in Sydney haB caused some speculation, and numerous rumours have boon in circulation during tbe past week. Some of them are of a very portentous character; and even supposing they aro not altogether correct, it is quite evident that Sydney has been the scene of much dissipation and many debaucheries of late. In connection with tho racing, it iB reported that a certain hosre was ' pulled ' twice in the Derby, and that the jockey has confessed that he was bribed by a leading member of the Ring. As tho horse which was pulled beloncred to another member of tbe Ring', little mercy was to be expected, in Bpite of the old adage that shark does not eat shark, and it is therefore said that the incensed owner of the ' pulled ' horse has taken oat a war rant against the wicked man who bribed the jock, and who is said to be iu biding until matters can be squared. Another statement declares...

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COURTS OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

nOTTRTS OF .TTTRTTfiE. It seems rather singular why people in the country towns should bail the opening of a court of justice in their neighbourhood's a matter upon which to felicitate themselves. The addi tional convenience to litigants may be pleaded as one of the causes of this; but we must firmly maintain that litigation is not a satisfactory thing to introduce into the calm tranquillity of a country town, Litigatiou ought to be discouraged. If people want to fight in law Courts lot them depart into other districts, so that the turmoil and dia of their conflict may only bo heard from afar. However, Courts grow and grow; and a plentiful crop of magis trates has recently been planted both hero and in New Zealand. The Ofcago Daily Times prays "that it may not be heard in Gath nor published in the streets of Ascalon1' that on the 29th June, in the year of grace 1875, his Excellency the Governor, on behalf of her Majesty, "in an address to our trusty and loving subjects, "appointed n...

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YASS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

Messrs. Jones and Brougbton report:— Fat Cattle.—;-None sold at our yards, and few on. hand, Prime cattle would realise 25s per 100 lbs, but tho quality of stock now offering is very inferior. We quote bullocks, £7 to £8 9s j cows, £5 10s to £G 15s. "Fat Sheep.—We sold to Messrs. Jones and Woods a small lot of lambs at 10s ; sheep, if prime, would sell at cxtretno prices; none offering. "We quote wedders, 13s to 15s. Store Cattle.—We quote steers, 2 to 3 years, £3 15s; cows, £3 10s; bul locks, £5. Store Sheep.—Nothiug under i this head will be done until after shearing, when we shall have several choice flocks to offer. Horses.—We sold privately last "week for railway purposes afc from £18 to £34 10s ; and at our yards several at from £5 17s C to £11.

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WHAT THEY DO AT CHURCH. (Danbury News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

WHAT THEY DO AT CHURCH. (Danlmry News.) It was after tbo evening- service. Mr. Coonton and the threo Misses Coonton had arrived homo. They sat listlessly around (he room with their things on. Mr. Coonton waB lying- on the lounge asleep. It had beon, un doubtedly, an iraprossive sermon, as the ladies were silent, busy with their thoughts. ' Emiline,' said Mrs. Coon ton, suddenly addressing her eldest, ' did you soo Mrs. Parkor when sho came in?' 'Yes, tna,' replied Eme line. ' She didn't have that hat on last Sunday, did shop' 'No,' said Emeline. ' It is her now hat. I no ticed it the momont sho wont down the aisle, and says to Saruh, 1 What on arth possesses Mrs. Parker to wear uch a hnt as that ? ' says I. ' Such a ;rent prancing feathor on such a little tat looked awful ridiculous, I thought should laugh right out when I saw t,'observed Surah. 'I dou't think it ooked any worse than Mary Schuyler's villi a daring rod bow at the back,' aid Amelia. ' I don't see what Mrs. Schuyler ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. ' GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL' WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. ^ BEG- to announce to the; Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses arc now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they are prepared tr>: make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOURABLE TERMS, : ; On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for .sale in this market, or shipment to London.' ; Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wednesday 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 obtaiu the fullest Market Value for jany. Consignments with which they may 'be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and .1 Display of Wool to the best advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on ail improved principle. The various R...

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THE YOUTH'S ALPHABET OF MEN TO AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

THE YOUTH'S ALPHABET OP MEN TO AVOID. The Angry man, my son, avoid liis path, Lest he might smite thcc in his hasty wrath; Exchange no wordB witli him, while madness reigns* Until returning reason cool his brains. The man of Bombast iu thy pity pass,' With intellect not much above an ass ; For, like that quadruped, as one might say, His only talent seems to be—to bray. The Cowardly man despiBe, for he's the tool Of shrewder men, who treat him like a fool, Who does such work would nobler minds appal, And is more knave than coward after all. The Drunken man learn to abhor, my son, And shun liis shade, as thou wouldst Satan shun ; Breathe not the atmosphere he breathes, for sure His breath would kill even bees, 'tis so im« pure. The Egotistic man decline to bear, His self-recitals will disgust thine ear ; Who cannot talk of any else, not he, Except himself and wondrous pedigree. The Foppish'flattering man, my son, detest He's only fit society at best For heartless girls, who love to he...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

' " lUVEIt GATlfiR. Showing the/height of the Murrumbidgee above summer level at W.igga "Wagga • '■ • Ft;- In; I • .October6 (stationary) .. 7 8' ,1

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