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

IMPOUNDING^. Teh-mile Cheek.—On IJUh day of September, 3875, from Kinross, by Mr. Alex. Ross, sum due at date of notice, 8s. -Id. each Ray mare, star, ID near shoulder, shod all round, while patches on back, palled tail, aged, 10} hands : brown mare like R off rump, pulled tail, aped, 15J hands. Also, on the 15th September, from Ten-mile Creek, by Mr. .Tames Bruce :—B!ack mare, star, no visible brand, long tail, aged, lfi} hands, Gs. To be sold on the 7th Oct. Adelono,—On 17th September, 1875, from Red bank, by Messrs. Horsburg: sum due at date of notice set after cach animalBay mare, .T over C near shoulder. ofT hind foot white, pulled tail, 10s Gd. Also, on the 20tli, from Naeki Xacld, by Mr. Robt. Falder:— ChcsnuC horse, .7.7 over 7 near shoulder, star and snip, pulled tail, 10s. To be sold on the 7th October. Ten-mile Cnr.KK.—On the 23rd September, 1875, from Yarra Yarru, by Mr. James M'Laurin, sum due at date of notice. 8s nd Chestnut mare, snip, silrer mano and tail, like T ne...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UOTION. This Day.—A. T. Bolton—Bayly rams, at'Wagga Wagga. ; .: October 10. — "Wilkinson, IIann, Minciiin, and Co.—Laud, Auatraliau Hotel, 3 o'clock, ^ , Octobcr 12.—"Wilkinson, Hann, Minchin, and Co.— "Well-bred mixed cattle, Pastoral Hotel Yards.. October 20.—A. T. Bolton—Fat bullocks, at "Wagga Wagga. Octobor 20.—"Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin, and Co. —Land. Australian Hotel, V o'clock. • November 10.—"Wilkinson, Hann, Minciiin, and . Co.—Dairy cattle.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

-tost office.wagga ,wagga. time table y •; i '/. ,'of-tiie , ; ;: ' arrival and despatch of mails. " : arrivals. From Sun. Mod. Tue. Wed rim. Frf. Sat. Sj'dncy.. Tarcutta Junee .. .. Yaes .. .. Dcnlllquin .. Tirana .. .. ilay .. .. N*«irandera .. Albury.. .. Cookandina.. ClftTcndon .. 0 4ft 0 46 8 30 8 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 O 0 11 30 U 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 11 30 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 30 8 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 0 45 fl 45 li no 11 30 p.m. 7 O 7 n fl 30 n 45 0 45 p.m. 7 0 7 0 !> 0 0 0 0 0 11 30 11 30 p.m. 7 0 7 0 , % DRPARTUKEH For Sun. Mod. Tue. Wed Thu. Hrl. Sat. Sydney.. .. TarcutU Juneo .. .. Yaw .. .. Deniltquln .. TTrana .. .. Hny .. .. Narandera . Albury Cookandina.. Clarendon .. p.m. 3 0 3 0 io ir 10 45 2 0 2 0 g 0 p.m. 3 15 3 1.1 3 If g"o c 0 p.m, 2 45 2 45 g"o 0 0 p.m. 3 15 3 15 3 15 10 45 10 45 2 0 2 0 0 0 fl 0 5 45 p.m. 2 45 2 45 10 45 10 45 a.m. 0 0 0 0 o'm6 G 0 p.m. 3 in 3 15 3 15 10 45 10 45 a.m. G 0 <5 O 5 45

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

: "WEEKLY CALENDAR.'; : ' I Days of Week. ' Surf. Rises Sets. Moon. Rises Sets. H. M. ii.M. "W odueBdoy .. 5 K1 n r> to in V Thursday .. ::;p ) * 6 30 0 .0 11 17 1 5 8 Friday - • fi 20 o • r 12 17 1 51 Saturday fi 27 « i 1 21 2 81 Sunday .. .. r»-w « f « 2ft Monday .. r. w» « i 8 «(1 Tuesday. .. . .... . .. 5 24 0 0 -4-35 4 8 Moon's Puaskb.—Octoiieiu First Quarter- Friday, 8th, 2.10 a.m. Full Moon—Friday, 15th, 0.10 a.m. Last Quarter—Friday,: 22nd, 0.18 a.m. New Moon—Friday, 20tli, 3.18 p.m.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

ON SALE . . , .AT B 13 ST Dundee Woolsacks Pull Weights. 1 BES1\DDOT)EE WOOLPACKS, fall 10i lbs BEST, DUNDEE, WOOLPACKS, full ' lOj lbs. AVARD & PAYNE'S No. 81 SHEEP' . .SHEARS. WARD,& PAYNE'S No. 38 SHEEP, SHEARS.' . ' " WARD & PAYNE'S No. 79 SHEEP SHEARS. J: H. SORBY'S SHEEP SHEARS. ROBERT SORBY'S ■ (No; 13—now brand) SHEEP SHEARS. BEST SELECTED TURKEY ' STONES. BEST SELECTED WASHATO STONES. SEAMING TWINE, 3-eoirl. ROPING. TWINE. ( " WHITE FLEECE TWINE. BOILED LINSEED. OIL. RAW LINSEED OIL. STOCKHOLM-TAR. COAL TAR. AMERICAN TURPENTINE. ' 1 ENGLISH TURPENTINE;' RADDLE, IN LUMP. - ; RADDLE, PREPARED. LAMP BLACK. STENCIL INK AND BRUSHES. RATION SUGARS. COUNTER Do. ' WHITE Do. " ; ■ ; < -?; y i .n /. TEA,; CHESTS-AND-HALF-CHESTS. COFFEE, No..l PLANTATION. ADELAIDE JAMS,' in lib. and; 21b. Tidb. 1'ASMANIAN JAMS. • RAISINS. CURRANTS. DRIED APPLES. SOAP. CANDLES. ,1!,' ,( tin!!. . , • KEROSENE OIL.. '" 1 CAMP OVENS. [ ' IRON POTS. BUCKETS: TIN DISHES. '...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORT SYDNEY. 1 ' . Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlinreport: -—Wool,—No public sales this week. Since our lost report slightly more favorable news has reached us from the London market, mid we hope at next week's pales here (he buyer* will enter the market with more confidence, when a fair quantity of the new clip will ho catalogued, and the prices likely to he current through the season will be gathered. After this week the sales will, in all probability, be held weekly during the now opening season. Sheepskins.—There is 110 variation to notice in this article since our last week's report. •The remarks made under the head of Wool apply particularly to this commodity, al. though sheepskins are likely to he a little easier, as the scouring establishments are better supplied with greasy wools.; Tallow.— 101 casks offered, 25 sold. Both the trade and export buyers were well represented at the sales, and prices were hardly so firm; these remarks apply equally to shi...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurice street. Coramereiol Bank, Gurtvood-sfcreofc i PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS : Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital' , : Erasmus Wren, Tichborne Buildings . —. Fonswortb, Criterion Hotel,Fitzmaurice street ' . • ; William Largo, Gurwood-atreet SOLICITORS : - Fitzbardinge and; Sons, Exchange Buildings, Fitzmaurice-street J. B. Garland,-Fitzmauriee-strcefc .' ' ARCHITECTS: F.:H. Nixon,.Traill-street . J. Gordon, Gurwood-street G. Shepperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : Wilkinson, Hann, Mi neb in, and Co., Fitz-. maurice-streefc OliveryMorley, and Tompson, Fitzmaurice street , . Gv A Elliot (P., E., and Co.), Fitzmaurice street Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co.,), Fitzmaurice street A.' T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co.), Fitzmaurice-street LAND AGENT:. , John Ben tley, Fitzmaurioe-streot ..CHEMIST'S: H. J. Williams, Fitzmauricorstreet E. Band, next Masonic Hall . STATIONERS AND FANCY W...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

. YOUNG. Messrs. Robinson and Besnard report:— Fat Stock—No busiuess to report in either class. Store Cattle- The demand for this class-is. extremely dull, owing no doubt to the bad prospects of the season. We have numerous lots of both sexes we could offer. Store Sheep—We have not coucludcd any sales in this class this week, although we have a few Jots under offer. We can1 offer a large lot of wethers and also several lots for delivery off the board. Stations—We have a large property in this district, and also.one in the Wellington district now being in spected, and have several others both in the Lachlan and Wellington districts we can offer after the conclusion of shearing opera tious. i

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

GOULBURN. Messrs. F. S. Colien and Co.'s report:— Fat Cottle.—Nothing yarded this week and market firm At last quotations j'. and quote best bullocks, £8 to £9 ; medium to ^ood, £7 5s to £7 10s ; cows, £5 10s to £7. Store Cattle.—No transactions to report this week. The market has a firm tendency. We quote all bullocks 100s to 110s ; cqu.il sexes, SOsto 95s; cows, G5s to 90s. Fat Sheep.—No transactions to report. Good 5G-lb wethers are worth 12s to 13s ; lighter weights in pro* portion. Store Sheep.—No business doing, nor do we anticipate any extensive sales will take place until after shearing.

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

B. ERASMUS WREN ; . -yL.B.C)P.,{F.n.'o.S., Ewltuid TIOHBORNJi BUILDINGS, ! WAGGA "WAGGA. !e., FO¥,Sworth, }: ■■■■: 'L. 11.0.P. ED1N,. &c., kT BE CONSULTED DAILY. | . , ' ' AT THE . ' ' : , j CRITERION HOTEL. ; . ■ ■' ' '■ - : tiin.c ■'' V,. i M E S 8 i'. S V; [TZHABDINGE -AND,, SONS, - SOLICITORS AND I'ltOGTOfisT^T* MR. H. B. FrrZHABDINGU, iceTho Exchange,' Fitztnauricc-sfcrccfc, ; opposite the Court-house, WAGGA WAGGA. Cominissionet.forrAflldavits of.Suprcmo,Court of' : 'No\v 6outh"\V'alca aiJd "Victoria," "'V *..' ' MR. J. R. GARLAND, "WANTED. "VTl ANTED, THREE RESPECTABLE VV GIRLS, as apprentices to,the Dress making. Apply-: ' ■ , ! ' " : \ MR. A. H. WEBB, • .•. ■- aNowtownii, . WANTED, TEAMS, to draw Timber from tlie Cnrrawarna Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at the Mills. TTTANTED, TWO DROVING SHEP VV PE11DS, with horses .preferred. Apply A. G. JONES. TTTANTED, a good, WOOL-CLASSER. VV References required. • Apply^ A. T. BOLTON. ali.o WANTED, ,a- SMART-,'BOY, !for "tlio ...

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

HALL OF COMMERCE. JgALIj AND SUMMER DRESSES, MANTLES, AND COSTUMES MADE, IN ; ACCORDANCE W1TII .THE NEWEST SPRING DESIGNS. - •' , / U , ' : ■ ■' eoberts. Copland/ & do.

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. The.following telegram has been received "by the Australian Mortgage Land Finance Company,, Melbourne, and forwarded to us per wire " From Helmutb Schwartze and Co,, London, 1st October. Wool sales closcd without animation* Fleece, lower than June, 2d ; scoured, 2Ad ; greasy, 3d." Kilfcra"station (Mr. Joseph M'Donald's) is under offer to Mr. Armstrong, of Avoca, who is on his way to inspect, says the Pas toral Times. ■ On Friday, by the North-Eastern Rail way, from Melbourne, a pure Hereford bull arrived, and passed through Albury en route for the statiou of Basil Gray, Esq., Welaregang, says the Border Post. This splendid animal is known as " Premier, and was bred by J. T>. Toosey, Esq., of Richmond Hill, Tasmania, from his famed herd, which was originally imported to Tasmania by the Cressy Company forty years ago, from the then best Hereford blood in England. Measrs. McGaw and Co. of Burrabogie, bavesold to Messrs. S37nnot, ofGunbar station, 200 2-tooth rams. W.,...

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CRICKET. A To G v. H to Z. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

CRICKET. A to G v. h to Z. ^ | Tko matcl) between tlie above two sides came off on Saturday, and resulted in a" victory for the latter team by 15 runs. The display of baiting, bowling; and fielding .was not as good as usual, with perhaps an ex ception in Tompson's favour. Durie cap tained tlie former side, Mackinnon the latter, A- to G. Gowllandb Tompson.. .. .. Durio c "Wiltons b Mackinnon Chard b Tompson Drake b Mackinnon .. : ' 1. Bax b Mackinnon Chapman c and b Mackinnon Dargfn c Mackinnon I) Tompson v. Backhouse c Willans b Mackinnon Gordon c Jackson b Tompson .. Boon notout .. • .. Stephenson (subst.) c Jackson b Mackinnon 8 . . Sundries 0 '?! " Total.. .. .. . .. .. 81 H to Z. S. Tompson c Boon b Gowllawl .. 0 Scriven bDargin .. • ... - .. ..11 "NVillians b Dargin: .. . :;.t"4. : Mackinnon c Dargin b Chard .. .. 42 Mair c Drake b Govrlland .. .. ..3 Mackie b Dargin . ... .. ... 23 Jackson not out .. .. .. 4 A. Tompson o Durie b Chard ' "v:.. .. 0 Phillips b Dargin . . .. . . ...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

ALBUItY. ; [prom our own comiEaro'Nnr.NT]. - •■•Two of our local journals came out this week rather strong on the politics of Victoria and Now South Wales. I am not able at present to give a digest of the views, the objects, or the arguments advanced. Free Trade, Protection, municipal questions, and other collateral subjects involve too many interests, details, and principles to bo easily shaped into the limits of editorial comment. Wo all talk of Border duties, but when the subject is connected with fiscal legislation, tariffs, Zollvercin and ad valorem duties, it passes, off into the regions of political in trigues, astute diplomacy, aud to the chime* rical conclusions of statesmen aud would-be philosophers. It appears to me the Border duties, the perpetual motion, and a few others will be long in the category of open questions—nothing definite said about them one way or the other. The man who could set tle them, or even givo a lucid explanation of what is meant, should bo promote...

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to Advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

THE WtywQitfaxtim " Tills !a into liberty, whon frecborn men, HrvJdb to Advise the public, may apeak free." Milton. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6,1875. It is with'Feelings of regret and shame that wo allude to the dxisteuob amongst us of poisons who are 50 lost to all idea of decency, and so. devoid of the commonest instincts of humanity as to desecrate the resting-place of our dead by robbing the graves of the flowers placed there by mourning and afFectiouate relatives and friends. It is bard to believo that in a civilised community there could be found peoples who could stoop to the perpetration of so heartless and inhuman an act. Bu£ that such individuals are hero has been proved beyond a doubt by several who have beautified to tho best of their means tho earth that has mixed with the dust of those once near tlieui, and now only separated by "the bourno from whence no traveller returns." \Y0 havo been informed by moro than one person of tho truth of tho desecra tion, and wo have been aske...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Owikg to pressure on our spneo through the report of the Cireuit Court sittings ire arc ' compelled to hold over ouv Laud Notes, letters from our Moimia and Albury corres pondents, and other matter. At the Police Court yeslcriluy, before the Polieo Magistrate, John Jacob* and Alfred King, charged tvitli drunkenness, were fined, the former £1 and the latter 10s. Charles Shintler, eliarged with committing forgery bj* j \ittering a. chetpie obtained from Mr. Jillet, : was sent for trial to tlie Circuit Court then sitting. Pu2tsu.Ai?T to notice a general meeting of the members of the Murrumbidgeo Turf Club was held at the Australian Hotel on Monday I night. Present: Messrs. Callnghnn (in the I chair), Hodson, Fraser. llann. Bolton. Haw- I kins, Middletou, Weslby, Mate, Gordon, Hunter, Hyland, Gowlland, Mackinuon, Min crliiii, Uowen, Elliot, imd Dr. Wren. After the minutes of the former meeting hud been rend and confirmed twenty-five new members were balloted for and elect...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, OCT. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED Pit ESS TELEGRAMS.'] LATEST BY CABLE. • LONDON, Oct. 2. The Hod. Samuel Wilson, member of the Legislative Council of Victoria, and tho Hon. Charles MacMahon, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, have been knighted. • Sir Charles Cowper, agent-general for New South Wales, is seriously ill. The silk season has been a failure in Japan, and increased planting in Aus tralia is recommended. The creditors of Messrs. Bury, Leech, and Co., of Loudon and Mel bourne, have accepted a composition ;of 7s. 6d. in the pound. The wool sMes closed last night; good wools maintaining the advance, inferior uucbanged; 125,000 bales were taken for the Continent. The next sales commence on November 23. The probable arrivals are 90,000; bales. .... .. . There are rumours abroad of a war impending in Europe. .IH-': (FROM OUR OWN COBBESPONDENTSO SYDNEY, Tuesday Nigiit. The Gazotte confirms the announce mailt of tho meeting of Parliament on 16th November. ■ The investigation in ll...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

MARRIAGE. KELLETT — RYNEHEART. — At the Wesleyan Par-   sonage, Wagga Wagga, on the 3rd inst., by the Rev. Charles Stead, Wesleyan Minister, Mr.   Joseph Kellett, of Wagga Wagga, to Mrs. Frances Ryneheart, of Uranquinty, near Wagga Wagga.

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CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

CIRCUIT COURT. The Circuit Court was opened at 10 o'clock on Monday morning by hie Honor Mr. Justice Faucett. Mr. C. J. Manning conducted the cases for the Crown, instructed by Mr. Charles Walsh, of the Crown Solicitor's .Ofllce, STEALING A CHEQUE. Thomas Dodd was charged with stealing a cheque from tho person of Francis O'Hanlon, value £0. A jury having been sworn, the Crown Prosecutor bricily stated the caBO, and called Iiobert A. C. Mills, senior-constable, sta tioned at Urana, who being Bworn, stated that ho knew FranciB O'Hanlon, and saw him on ] Gtli September. Having received in formation from hiu), went to Armstrong and Rowan's store and then to tho Royal Hotel, kept by Airs. Conner, to whom ho made a communication. Was sent for by her subse quently, when she gave him tho ehequo produced. Saw the prisoner there, and aaked him where he got the cheque from, and he replied that ho got it from tjio store. Ho afterwards stated that ho got it from a brick maker, and gave six £1 no...

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SKETCHES OF CATTLE STEALING IN QUEENSLAND. (Melbourne Herald.) JOHN McKENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 6 October 1875

SKETCHES OP CATTLE STEAL. ING IN QUEENSLAND. (Melbourne Herald.) JOHN MCKENZIE. Thia celebrated individual was a Highlander who arrived in the colony when very young. I presume ho got a free passage. Unlike some others, he was not 60 well educated nor so lucky when before the Judges ; but, as to character and principle, he was by far their superior. I have often heard non-duffers say that they did not mind being robbed by MoKenzie so much, as he was so clever in his way of duffing. His exploits, were always on a large scale. When settlement was being extended on the Warrego River old Jack was among the first; be took up a nico little run, which was, of course, only stocked by niggers and wild dogs—rathor unprofitable stock. However, Jack, with a couple of mates, very soon bad a nice little herd there ; in fact the best of the lot on the Warrego. One of his first lots of heifers came off Cobb and Co.'s station close by, which was badly managed, but to McKenzie's advantage. He even we...

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