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[?] AND THE FARM. YOUNG MALE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

fesses AND THE FA1UL C 4.1 -? -.YOUNG MALE ANIMALS. . , consider this by a brief illus Jlun. Good authorities estimate utiat one ounce of . semen requires and absorbs forty ounces of arterial blood for its production. If a yearling bull, for instance, be used with two cows per day, such use of him would prob ably cause the diversion of forty ounces of blood daily from its natural office or function of generally and equally nourishing every part of the entire physical structure, to supply the un natural drain caused by the premature use of the organs of propagation. If an animal consumes three per cent, in food in proportion to his own weight, and seven-eighths of the food pass from the system in the form of dejec tions and excretions, not more than enough to form blood for natural nu trition and . growth can naturally be supposed to be converted into, blood for this purpose. Is it not a fair inferenco, then, and highly probable, that the abstraction of forty ounces of blood daily fr...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

| PRIZE OF ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS FOR TltF. DBIEST ESSAT ON THE LAND QUESTION. IT is granted on all sides that the Land Law requires amendment : the Squatter declares it; the Free-selector admits it; and the author of the present Laud Act j at last confesses it. The nature of the amendment required must be the great question of the next Session, or rather, of the next Parliament. On this .point, public opinion is still, as it always has been, in a state of chaos. Opinions, in short, or' 'notions " which pass for opinions, are as various as there are interests to be affected, or political purposes to be served. Before a question of such vital importance to the country is again submitted to the verdict of the people, it seeins desirable that some attempt should be made to sift these -various and often conflicting opinions -to separate the true from the false, the politically sound from the politically plau sible, and ? if possible to evolve from the mass of contradictions that happy gold...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

As for the merchants, should" any article rise in price, they rub their hands and chuckle at the fortune by ?which they are 'to be rewarded, but let prices fall, and a gloom overshadows them like a moonless night. Hence it is that because wool has fallen a penny a pound, those who have advanced on that staple think that wool is about to be worthless, while it must, at least for this generation, ba one of the most indispensable of the world's wants. 'The more one sees and knows of these -colonial kings of trade, the more does his previous estimate of them vanish. "The old proverb of familiarity produc ing contempt never had a better illus "fcration. The ancient merchants of this ?city are celebrated for the shake of their heads, for their pure lives, and; '.their strong desiro to cheat no man if they can possibly avoid it. A customer; may be pounced on occasionally, and . Bold np in a hurry, but what of that, -tire they not honourable men, with -sleek and christian faces, and snow-. ...

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RIVER GAUGE, [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

RIVER GAUGE, Shewing the height of the Murrambidgee above summer level .it Wagga Wagga .. MORNING, EVENING. Ft. In. Ft. In. Xpril 21 .. 2 1 .» " .. 2 0 " 25 .. 1 XI .. . 1 10 ,, 2G .. X 10 .. .. 1 X0

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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EMBEZZLEMENT OF £50,000. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

EMBEZZLEMENT OF £50,000. Placards offering a reward of £200 f®r the apprehen sion of Benjamin Biggs, 85 years of ago, recently a clerk in tho employ of the Groat Coatral Gas Company, 28, Coleman-street, London, wero on 'Wednesday posted about tho metropolis. Higgs was a dark in tho employ of tlio company at a salary of ,£180 a year; but ho Jived in fl mansion for which ho had paid £10,000, known as Tido End House, situate at Todduigton. How hu managed to get tho .£60,000 which he is said to have embezzled, will remain a mystery unless ho is captured. Ho lately informed some of his City-buaineBa friends that he had married a ward in Chancery, t?hos6 wealth was so great that he did not exactly know what it nrnonnted to. He took to living in style, and he ordered a mansion to bo built for himsolf, at a cost of ^£12,500. The site fixed upon was near Bichmond, and ho entered iato a contract with a yonng builder for tho erection of it. He did not purchase tho freehold of the laud, and by ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. MESSRS. MORT AKI> CO.'S RerouT. WOOL.-Our sales on Thursday was very well attonded, and although the biddings were irregular, the prices offered in some instances exceeded our expectations ; we were, however, obliged to withdraw several parcels of fleece and scoured wool, upon which vendors had placed limits in excess of our valuation. The result of the day's Bale showed a fall of about Id to l^d on prices ruling prior to arrival of the last En glish news. With reference to the re ported decline of 2d per lb, in the London market, we can only aay that it is quite unintelligible to us, as all our English advices to tlio very day on which the February sales commcncud spoke hopefully of November prices being obtained. There fore, the fall must have boon as little ex pocted by the English brokers as by our selves. Our last Thursday's catalogue comprised 451 bales, "2.'iS bales of which were disposed of as detailed at foot. SHEEPSKINS wore in large s...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

WftirgQit IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early hour to subscribers in the town, and by mau throughout the colonies. rf" TERMS; SUBSCRIPTION; 5?cr Quarter, in town, Payablo in advance it. : Quarter, posted .. ditto . . 16«. Per Quarter, posted, crcdit .. lis. N.B.-The finartcrt terminate on tho 31stMaroh, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December, at \vliith periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notico, and paying the amount due to the end of tho Current quarter. Now subscribers are received at any time, and charged proportionately to the termination of the current three months; but unless persons order ing tlic paper are known at tho olllce, wo do not guarantee that it will bo forwarded if tho order is unaccompanied by n remittance of at least one quarter's subscription in advanco. ADVERTISEMENTS; . First Inch 3s. Evory additional Inch, I«. Gd. 25 per cent, allowed o(T 13 insertions; 33J por cent...

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MELBOURNE. THIS LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

MELBOURNE. THIS LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AIENCV CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT : WOOL.-Wo holtl a small sale of wool this morning, when tho attendance was very good and competition was lively consider ing the recent unfavourable news from Europe. All tho lots offered found pur chasers. Greasy brought up to 7|d per lb; slipe, to 8d por lb; and scoured, 12id por lb. SnsEPSKCW.-Some 4000 skins wero offered by us this morning, buyers muster.od in full forco, and took all offered at good pricoH. Wo Hold up to 5d por lb. April 21, 1860. DA LM AHOY CAMPBELL AKD CO.'S IlEroivr. FAT CATTLE.-1375 head were entered, and drawn for rotation of sale, but ope of the lots being withdrawn, and another, al though entered, never having left the station, the actual supply for the week came to 1100 head, 850 of which have been disposed of this day, at prices about the same as last week, for best qualities, while second rate and inferior cattle ruled a trifle lower, but none of the lots offered were as prime ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. 1 Fat CATTLE.-The commencement of the .week's sales opened at about late quota* tions, allowing a decided improvement towards the close, with every appearance of a continuance for some time to .come. 'Wo quote best pons bullocks, 130s to 140s ; cows, 115s to 120s ; medium bullocks, 100s to 115s : cows, 90s to 100s. We sold 30 hoad from 100s to 141s ; 41 from 115a to 131s ; 18 from 71s to 83s. FAT SIIBEP.-The demand continues for good quality, which could readily bo dis- . puaeil of - <vfe - <juotaiiona. Wo liavtj «1 fGW lots coming forward, which have been re presented as very prime, of which we have to roport the sale next weok. Prime 5Glbs may bo quoted at 10s; good quality, lighter weights, at proportionate rates. STORE CATTLE.-Good descriptions, of suit able ages, aro much inquired for at an advance upon last quotations, which may now bo placed as follows-Bullocks, 55s to COs ; cows, 45s to 50s. Wo sold a small lot...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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FROGS AND S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

FHOG& AND SfiAiLS. In. the days ot Pitt and Ciatiereagh, Englishmen firmly believed that> frogs and snails were eaten across the channel as roast beef in England. Bat now our fellow-countrymen porcoivo that the French do not live exclusively on them; and the ordinary English visitor -I to Paris, although he may read in Qalignani tba*. several tons of horse-flesh are sold there for human foori every year, is so occupied in sight-seeing that he seldom cotaes across a loucherie de viande de cheval, and raith or never meets with frogs exposed for sale. Still, if he would take an early stroll in the Holies Centrales, he would find hundreds of frogs' hind legs strung upon skewers in tho same' manner as larks, anf boxes upon boxes of enattj, prepared for the chef. One summer, whiia strolling through Foutainublean, I came upon a colony of frog? in a rooky pond and stood in silence contemplating ttw bt-auties of the scene. The varied shades of tho fore:-t.; the deep blue sky and s...

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A FLOATING FERRYBOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A FLOATING FERRYBOAT. John Scott Hus-sel!, Ir-q., F.R.S., iias lately established a railway ferry-i-brp, -WO leet long, on .tiak:! Constance. Last year Frauce drew large quantifies of grain from Hungary, and all tliis j^ram hud to bo unloaded and shipped across the lake to the rail on the other Bide. This expense and delay caused the Geimans and Swiss to a&k him to make them a boat to cross thin lake, with the trains on board. Luke .Coustauce is .subject to severo mountain hurricas^s ; her harbours are very small, the entrance only 100 l'eet wide, and ;he d?pth of water only C feet G inches, and a charge periodically of 12 feet in the depth ef water in the lake. Notwithstaiiding these diffi culties, he has built them a ship 300 feet long, drawing six i'eet water, ?.-rhieh successfully uoinreya trains of 16 wagons/wilh the locomotive, from shore to shore, This manner of em talking aud Unriiug the trains is by GO feat iron bribes partly suspended. This vessel is 300 feet loug,...

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THE SUTHERLAND GOLDFILDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

THE aUTlltilihANB QULDFlhDS. Wo niako tho following extracts from tho firat report from tho special commissioners at the Sutherland diggings of tho North British Daily Mail:-Although gold lias been found more or less in nearly all the prin cipal burns, it is only those on tho northorn side of tho Strath of Kildonan which have as yet beon worked, beginning from tho lower end of the valloy. These are the Torish, 4i miliss from Helmsdale; tho Alt Bhraicl), six miles; tho Kildonan, 10 miles; and tho Suingill (pro. nouncod Sheesligill), 13 milos. Gold has also been found in tho ICmbreas, a stream threo milos further up. Tho Torish, although the nearost to Helmsdale, has only boon worked to a moderato extent, there being at pre sont not moro than 30 minors onguged there. At tho Alt Bhraicli (only recently found to bo auriferous) not moro than 15 to 20-havo at any time been employed, and working on this burn has now been prohibited ponding arrangements with tho duke. The Kildonan is tho mo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

AD VEIiTISEMEArTS. "Wanted Immediately, A THOROUGH GENERAL SERVANT, Apply, to MRS. A. G. JONES, Uul rnoro LIoubo. Bruah. Fencing. .ANTED CONTRACTORS. Apply to . C. J. MORGAN, Groiig Groiig, noitr Naraiulern. To Fencers. WANTED, FENCERS, with or without TEAMS, for BRUSH FENCING. Apply to JOHN MACPHERSON, Toiuora, Morangorcll, Young. Cricket. A MEETING of the Members of the WAGGA WAGGA CRICKET' CLUB will lie held, .it the Australian Hotel, on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, at Seven o'clock p.m. A. ARMSTRONG, Hon. Secretary, Secretary's Office, April 27th. FITZMAUR ICE-STREET BUGGY, COACH, AND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY: E. STIDWORTHY DESIRES to inform the inhabitants^ of Wagga Wagga and the surrounding districts^ that having secured the services of one of the VERY BUST TRADESMEN in the colonios. he is now prepared to BUILD and REPAIR all kinds of BUGGIES, COACHES, & CARRIAGES in a style that, for Lightness, Elegance, and Finish, as well as for Durability and Strength, CANNOT BE SURPASSED OU...

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GUTTING IT CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

GUTTING IT CLOSE. At the Oldham election petition trial the vote of Hr. RadclifTe, residing at Moorfleld, Withington, was ob jected to, on the ground that he was resident at a distance of more than aoven miles from Oldham. Mr, Wild, a surveyor, said he had measured the distance of Mr. Radcliffe's houso from the outer boundary of Oldham, on the Withington sido, and he found that its centre was twenty-five feet beyond the boundary. Mr. EadclUTe's house was a largo one, and measuring from the outside walls it was fifteen or twenty feet within soven miles from Oldham. The outside wall on the other side would be thirty or forty feet beyond tho seven miles. The Judge : That is very close indeed. Has anything like this ever arisen before ? I know that in settlement cases, where it has been important to settle in what parish an apprentice hag slept, thero havo been very close cases. My difficulty here is vrhero Mr. Kadcliffe slept. He may have slept in a room within or without the distance....

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

IMPO UNDINGS. AT BETIIUNGKA Itoan and white bullock, MC ovor S off ribs, ears marked; red and white atecr, ES oft' rump, 3 ofF ribs, off ear marked. To be sold on 6th May. AT COOTAMUNDRY :-Forty-six sheep (ewes and wethers) off ears marked, fire brands with - across the nose, G and T paint brands on back. To bo sold on 6th May. Also, front Mount Coughlan :-Black horse, blotched brand over HP over C over like H sideways or T near shoulder, blotched brand off shoulder, star, broken. To bo sold on 13tli May. AT SOUTH GITNDAG.U :-Skewbald mare, like WB or WE near shoulder, like C off shoulder ; piebald filly foal, no visible brand ; uhesimt mare, white down face, near hind foot whito, saddle-marked, liko AV conjoined over 0 near shoulder, AV conjoined near rump; bay horso foal, no visible brand; grey mare, hair cut off mane and tail, liko C/D oyer .TW near shoulder ; brown mare, scum over off eye, like CVV or GW near shoulder; cliesnut horse, stripe down face, two hind feet white, saddl...

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WARMTH FROM THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

WARMTH FROM THE STARS. It would scarcely be thought that the stars supply the earth with any appreciable amount of heat Even on the clearest night, when the whole hoavens seem lit up by ft multitude of sparkling orbs, the idea of heat is not suggested by their splondour. It will therefore seem surprising that men of science assign no inoonslderablo portion of our terrestrial heat-supply to them. Not many years sinco Professor Hopkins, of Cambridge, ex pressed hie belief that if the earth's atmosphere were bnt increased some 13,000 yards in height, so as to have an increased power of retaining the warmth poured npon it from outer space, we might do without the sun alto gether so far as our heat supply is concerned. As a j glass-house collects the sun's heat, and renders it avail* . ablo during the time that the son is below the horizon, j so the additional layer of air would serve to garner the I warmth of the stars in quantities sufficient for all our requirements, Mr. Hoggins,, the...

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STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY. [Where twe places are mentioned, the last named is that at which the Depot in stationed.] Corrected up to April 1st, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

STATIONS OF TEE BBITI8H ARMY. rWliero twe plnooa aro mentioned, the lust named la that At which tho Depfit in Bbatioucxl."! Corrected up to April 1st, 1869. OATALut. - ,21st, 1st bat., Bombay; 2nd 1st Life Guards, Windsor bat,, Baugoou, Shorncliifo 2nddo.,liogont*B-ptirk [22nd, 1st but, Now Brans Eoyol fiorBQ Guards, Hyde-, wick, Chatham; 2nd bat, pork I Nowuustlo-on-Tyno lRt Dragoon Guards, Sbofllold 23rd, lot bat., Bombay, Wal» 2nd do., Bombay; Canterbury mor; 2nd, but., Nowport 3rcf, do., CMohoster 4th doM Brighton 6th do., Aldorsliott 6th do., Longford 7tli do., Colchester lot Dragoons, Dublin 2nd do., Cabir 3rd UuBsars, Bombay, Cantor- 28th, Glbridtar bury :29th, Camtda; Colohoster 4th do., Bengal; Cantorbury 20th, Nova Scotia; Chatham 5th Lancers, Bongal; Cantor- 31st. Malta; Chatham bury 32nd, Capo of Good Hopoj Col* 21th, 1st bat., Malta, Shef field ; 2nd bat.. Madras. Slieiliold 25th, 1st bat. Aldorshott; 2nd bat., Bengal, Preston 26th, Ilcu^ai; Dundee "7th, Chatham obeotoi...

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THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

> THBl VOLUNTEER REVIEW. I tFhls your tho mimic fight has varied greatly from the usual combat. In place of sunny weather and complote ff success, they woro greetod with an almost hurricane npon * tho downs of Dover heights, and saw a Queen's ship wrecked honoath thoir eyes. All through the early tours tho wind blow in fiorco gnats, and tho Holds woro <§&ito with snow. It blow a hurricane from an early hour, and tho tossing of tho vessels off shore proved tho force of tho storm. Tho volunteers, however, wore not to ho detorrod. They assomblod in their usual numbors, porhaps unsuspicious of what tho oloments woro prepar ing for them. Tho trains ware punctual, and so were ' their occupants, and by nino o'clock in tho forenoon tho majority of those who woro to take part in the review had arrived. With praiseworthy obedience many regiments marohed to thoir respoctivo stations on tho Esplanade, f but on reaching there found themselves exposed not only to tho driving...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. THE REV. P. P. AGNEW. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . All communications to this journal must be authen ticated by the name and address of thciortter. JVb notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. THE REV. P. 1'. AGNEW. (To the Editor of l/ia If. JC. Advertiser.) SIR,-My attention lias been called to a let ter in your issue of the 17th instant, signed "P. P. Agnew." It is not my wish or in tention to make any comments on the letter at large, but as the writer alludes therein to the recent visit of the Areluleacon of the diocese to Tumut and his (the writer's) sub sequent exclusion frompreachiim and lecturing in the Church of England at that place, and seems to attach some blame in the matter to *' the stipendiary Magistrate of Tumut." You will perhaps allow me to oiFcr through your columns a few words in explanation. Certain land has been granted by the Government to the members of the Church of England at Tumut. This land, together with the buildings w...

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A CONTRADICTORY CORPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 28 April 1869

A CONTRADICTORY OORPSE. Ip "Tinder tho Crown" wo And a thrilling story of the cholera visit to Ireland in '32, Tho fallowing part of the Btory relatos to a poor follow who had beon placed in the dead honso, tho nurse believing ho was dono for. A second nurse, however, seeing tho body move, sent for the doctor. The story told by tho poor fellow, who had recovered, bnt for some unaccountable reason could not speak, is thon told :-I was easy in my mind now, for I thought to myself thoy'd know at onco't I was alive, and orthor mo out of tho horrid placo. " Which of these bodies, my good fellow," says one of'om to Tom, "did you seo stirring?" "That one over," Bis Tom, " that's ly ing again tho wall; but he's quiot now, yor honour, to what ho was." " 'l'iu strange," Biz the docthor again, lookiDg at mo, and turning to the othor, "what extraordinary motionB oorno on after death in this complaint I Have you ever witnessed it ?" . " Never, upon my honour," siz iho othor, " but I should like ...

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