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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

ADVANCE WAGGA WAGGAI ^ THE'OPE N I N G 'OF 1 COETHOR N' IS" E W DEAPELiY AND BOOT SHOP '■ r r' •-;•/■■■ yiV>-t> :." : . Nest to Mr. W. C. Hunter's. Has great pleasure' in stating that his New Drapery Store IS NOW OP EN, WITH : THE Largest and Cheapest Stock of Drapery and Boots EVER SHOWN IN WAGGA. ^v' -i ! Fife?. .' •iThe' StocIehas laeen Purchased Direct from the Manufacturers, arid consists of ,, . ■ s, 12 TONS OF DRAPERY AND BOOTS s;-.v V .:,1, t:/,r •; . V-:' ?: y.-} y\ •;.> i C*'l' *-/i,"Wliilst.'thanlcing.itho,-public'.'for' the very liberal support-. > accorded him in the past, C. C. at the same time assures the public that he is determined, by 1 ' Selling none but the Genuine and First-class Article, and Selling that at the Very Lowest Possible Price, To merit a still greater share of public support than previously. In consequence of the stock .being, so immense, every1 article 1 ' " has been 1 „ Marked ,at <a ''Price that Must"Sell itv Come to tlie O...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MELBOURNE WOOL REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

MELBOURNE "WOOL KEPORTS I , Messrs., Hastings Cuninmiam and Co. report (May 12):—Wool,—There h inquiry for all descriptions, but little business doing, the arrivals being few and unimportant. We inteud offering a number of nmnll lots nt auction to-morrow. Siirefskiks.—We ob serve a slight falling off in tbo value of skins at our later sales, partly, no doubt, in cousequeuco o£ the weather, which, lias been .most, unfavourable for fellmongers; wo • have, however, disposed of a fair supply* at 4s to 5b Cd each for green skins, and id to 7^d per lb. for dry. Hidus««—Our sale during tbo past week was fully attended by tlio local trade, and prices are about the eaino as previously quoted. No prime salted lots were offered, wo sold—Butchers' bides (ox), at 2Ss to 35s each cow, ISs to 26s ; Baited, 4.\d to lijd per lb j calfskins, Cd to 7Jd per "lb. ■ ICangauoo Skins.—Wo fiud tlio demand for tlieso goods much smaller than of late, except for really good and large-sized skins, which are sal...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. MELBOURNE UVE STOCK MARKET. Stock- SnEKr :—Now that all fear of drought has passed, buyers of stores arc more Inclined to operate, but the number of available sheep is much lessened j by withdrawals for lambing, and the prospects of 1 better feed enabling other descriptions to be held over for advanced prices. Quotations—Wethers, 0 and 8 tooth, Gs to 7s Gd; ditto, 2 and 4 tooth, Gs to 1 Cs Cd : ewes, 2, 4, nml G tooth. Gs to 8s : di?to, 8-tooth, 4s to Gs : wcaners, mixed sexes, fis to Gs. Cattle.— Trices remain pretty firm for really pood stores, and the supply is limited ; nor is it likely that many''mobs from tho north will find their way to our market. , Quotations—Dulloclcs, superior, fl to 0 years old, £"> , to £0; ditto, good, £4 10s to £5 ; cows, superior breeding. £5 to £0 : ditto, good, £4 to £4 15a ; other descriptions according to age, breeding, and condi tion. Sales.—Messrs. Ryan and Hammond have 1 sold 0300 ewo wcaners for .he lion. ...

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ECHUCA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

ECHUOA. rriiom ouit own coimesroxdext.i The river trade lias now commcnced for Ibis season. The Corowa and barge left this on Thursday last, for a cargo of iiour from Howlong, near Albviry. The Burrabogie aud barge leave for a cargo of flour from Corowa on Thursday. The Alfred and Kiverina are expected to leave for flay ou Saturday next, and the Corrong is adver tised to leave for saine place on Monday next. As there is now plenty of water in the river, we may expect the J?era and Cor rong steamers here on Friday or Saturday; both vessels have been laying between Swan Hill and the junction of the Murrumbidgee, at a place called the Bitch and Pups, for the last month. A nice little steamer called the E.lward was launched yesterday at Messrs. Wilson and Webb's patent slip, Messrs. Davies and Doward are expecting to launch thoir new steamer on Saturday next. Another new steamer is nearly finished; also a new barge for Mr. E. liillson, of Tocumwal j in fact boat building is carried on m...

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URANA RACES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) SECOND DAY — FRIDAY, 14TH MAY. THE PRODUCE STA[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

URANA RACES. (rilO-M A COIlHESrONDENT.) Second Dav — fiiiuay, 11th May. the rnODUOE stakes. Mr. C, M. Lloyd's ch g Somietlcer ... 1 Mr. II. J. Doi'apas' b t' Lady Elizabeth ... 2 Mr. E. Brown's Lady Jano 3 Shortly after starting, Sonncttcor went to the front and won very easily. UHANA HANDICAP. One and a half mile. Mr. Kett's ch g Planet ... 1 Mr. Stone'd br h Reformation ... ..* 2 Mr. Kelt's g g Snowdcn ... ; 3 Kathleen and Cassio also started. A good race between the first two j Snowden a bad third. PKINCB OP WALES* SELLING STAKES. : Mr. lleriot's ch g Kevengo •" ... 1 Mr. Kelt's b g Lord of Clyde ... ... 2 Mr. Stafford's br g Cock Robin 3 Revenge "won pretty easily. BEATEN STAKES. Mr. A, Boyle's g g Chancellor ... 1 Mr. Edgehill's b g Right Bower ... ... 2 Only the two started, aud Chancellor had very little trouble in disposing of his oppo nent. This ended the meeting, "which was far from being a satisfactory ono. The "weather was wretched, and not more than twenty or thirty per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. SACRED HE ART PRESENTATION CONVENT, WAGGA. BAZAAR AND FANCY FAIR. A BAZAAR and FANCY FAIR will tnko place, tinder Distinguished Patronage, during next RACE WKKIv, at "Waggft, 111 aid of the Convent Building Fund. The Superioress will gratefully rcceivo Contribu tions and Prizes. ' The names of the Patron esses and of the members of the Working Committee will appear in a future issue. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. EDWARD RAND, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, FlTZMAUItleE-BTIIKKT, HAS HemoTcd to tUo commodious, pro mises lately occupied by MB; W. WAGGA WAGGA STEAM NAVIGA TION COMPANY. TIIE Steamer VICTORIA will lcavo Echucft for Wngga Wngga, calling at iiitorino diato places, on MONDAY, 22nd inst." For Freight or Passage, npply to R. B. WRATII ALIj, Secretary, ortoMEssns. M'OUIjLOCII & CO., agents, Melbourne and Echucft. Wngga Wagga, May I'l, 1875. tmo.a PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. OTICE is hereby given that wo, tho undersigned, lmve admitted MR. OHAS. . JOHN TOMPSON, of Wngga "Wagga, as,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 May 1875

"WANTED. WANTED, by a Steady, Activo, Middlo aged Man, a situatiou on a STATION ns Tutor, Storekeeper, Accountant, or Over seer ; is a gooil Surveyor, and of activo business habits. Good Jicfercnces given. Address H.M., caro of W. J. SHELLY, Adelong. Adelong, April 22, 1875. ru.t WANTED.—A GENERAL BLACK SMITH and a WHEELWRIGHT. Apply to A. M'MULLAN, 74. to North Wagga Wagga. WANTED- good BRICKLAYERS on Railway Works, between Yass and Wagga Wagga. Apply at main camp Bown ing, or to Joseph Barber, foreman on tho works/ A. R. AMOS & Co. SPECIAL NOTICES. DOUBLB-SHAPT WAGGON. DAL. CAMPBELL, HEPBURN, & CO. have for SALE, Privately, 1 Superior Doublc-Blmft Waggon, to carry G tons. Apply to A. T. BOLTON. Wagga Wagga. tml.a mil PRIVATE SALE. DAL. CAMPBETA HEPBURN nna Co. have received instructions from Mr. Jno. Kennedy to sell privately, A farm of 200 acres, being part of Bea ver's Island, and situated near the Cross Roads, Pomingalarna Run. This land lias a frontage to Beave...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

IIolloway's Ointmunt and Fills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles—"Unvarying success attends all who treat diseases accordiug to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whoso basbfulnens BometiiiH's endangers life. ' A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expenso will enablo the most diffident to conduct any caso to a happy issuo without exposing secret infirmities to auyone. POSITIVK VlKTUKS.—TllO lUOSt of tllC SO called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtuo, which, while it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger life. Bmhtol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerato the preseuco of disease or impure blood or humours in tho human ^ systems where it is used, and thus it iB that it always eftects complete and lasting euros.—Advt,

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A CHINESE DINNER PARTY. (Celestial Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

| A CHINESE DINNER PARTY. (Celestial Empire.) A. dinner party in Uhina is a most methodical affair as regards precedence amongst guests, the number of courses, and their general order and arrange ment. We shall endeavour to give a detailed and accurate recount of suoh a banquet as might be offered to half a-dozen friends by a native in easy circumstances. In tho firBt place, no ladies would bo present, but men only would occupy sea-s at the square, four legged, " eight fairy " table. Before each there will ho found a pair of chopsticks, a wine-cup, a small saucer for soy, a two-pronged fork, a spoon, a tiny plate divided into separate com partments for melon seeds and almonds, and a pile of small pieces of paper for cleaning these various articles as re quired. Arranged upon the table in four equidistant rows aro sixteen small dishes, or saucers, which contain four kinds of fresh fruits, and four miscel laneous, such as presorved eggs, slices of bam, a sort of sardine, pickled cabba...

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END OF THIS MORDAUNT DIVORCE CASE. (Morning Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

END OJ? THIS MORDAUNT DIVORCE CASE. (Morning Advertiser.) Tbo unhappy Mordaunfc caso has now terminated, so far, wo trust, aa its public career is concerned, and wo are very glad of it. It has been a very sad and painful scandal, and it i'b a matter for congratulation that.tfao pro coodings of yesterday were morely formal, and that Sir Charles Mordaunt stands now relieved, as ho ought long ago to havo been, from the burden of an uncbasto wife, labouring undor the torriblo affliction of mental derange ment. We cousider that it was very properly decided by tho House of Lords that insanity should be no bar to divorce proceedings. It is, indeed, a question whether insanity should not in itself furnish grounds for divorce. Tho ouly difficulty is, of course, obvi ous—namely, tbo possibility of re covery ; but oven thiB might also bo determined by medical knowledge and the duration of the malady beyond a certain poriod. We are glad that wo have boon spared tho repetition of tho worst part ...

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AN UNDERTAKER IN TROUBLE. (Newcastle Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

| AN UNDERTAKER IN TROUBLE. (Nowcastb Chronicle.) Hair trigger revolvers are, as a rule, very dangerous weaponB to handle, and a low days ago tliis truism was made known in Sydney, to a resident in Newcastle, in a somewhat staggering manner. With.the natural vanity of a porson who tbinkB a good purchase has beau made, the worthy man I refer to was smoking a little revolver just bought, in the face of an acquaintanee, in order to show bow well it worked. Whilst gazing in respectful admiration at this performance, one of the barrels suddenly delivered itself of a bullet, which passed within about four inches of the inoffensive man looking on, passed through eighteen shillings worth of glassware, and, having narrowly escaped terminating the career of a woll-dispoBed boy who was serving in the shop, lodged in the wall. The owner of the pistol was so paralyzed that he stood, weapon in h<ind, looking in'a bolploss manner at the man ho had nearly converted into a corpse. As soon...

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A SPECIFIC FOR PLEURO IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

SPECIFIC FOR PLEURO CATTLE. A writer (Mr. Parfitt) to tbo Austra lasian on tbo abovosubjoot says :— Observiugin Inst week's Australasian that tbo cnltlo in tho Proston district "bavo been dying in nil dircolious" from the above disease, I would for the benofit of not only tbo farmers of that locality, but also for tho owners of cattle generally, by your permission (through tho columns of the Australa sian) state what, in relation to this de vastating disease, I have loarned by experience. Some twelve months ago I lost up wards of 25 head of cattle, most of which were cows in full milk, or nearly so, the remainder being beifcrs with their first calf. For two consecotivo days I lost three cows oach day, and frequently two. I tried, as I then thought, every concoivablo remedy available, bntall fo no purpose. After I had lost tho number stated there waB a lull. For a period of six or eight weoks, there being no frosh cases, I was led to beliovo that tho disease, after taking the best of...

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SANDHURST STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

SANDHURST STOCK KEPORT. | Mi&sua. Ettershakk, ISiaLEaxoKB, aud Co. re port (May 18)Fat Cattle.—553 were yarded, competition was brisk all through the Bale, andliigh rates wero obtained, more cspcciaJly for the best pons. Wo quote—Good quality beef, at 25s to 27s Od per lOOlba., Fat Siikep.—4034 wcro penned, a portion were good, others medium, but on the' whole it was tlio best yarding that we liavo had for some time past. Prl:es were wot so firm, buyers holding off, expectiug a considerable redaction on lato quotations. We con Eider there was a fall of about Od to 3b per head in most instances. Best croas-brod wethers sold up to 20s Od; other sorts, from 8s Od to lis Od; ewes, from Ca Od to 12s Od. .Sxonu Stock.—Tbo demand is any thing but brisk. Cattlo wero particularly dull of sale to-day, and only good lots of shoep wero saleable. We have sold sinco our last -1000 wethers at full market value.

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WOOL MARKETS. (The Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

WOOL MARKETS. (The Argus.) For some time past there has been a good deal of discussion as to what is the best mode of introducing Austra lian wool to the notice of the public. Some say that a considerable propor tion of it should bo sent to America, wbero fine merino wools, to mix with coarser native wools, are in Oreat de mand, and no doubt a considerable quantity of wool' goes to the States. But the American import duties put great difficulties in the way of this trado. There is a tax upon foreign wool introduced into America which is all but prohibitive, and though it has often been reported hero that this tax is to bo modified or repealed, wo do not yet. know for certain that it lias been either modified or repealed. Another suggestion i'b that a market for. Australian wool should bo found or made on tho Continont of Europe. Writers in the correspondence columns of the Argus have shown over and over again, that Australian wool lauded at Antwerp would fetch moro remu nerative pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

SPECIA LAD VERTISEMENVS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK notice. Monday next, 24tu may, beidg QUEEN's birthday, tbia Bank will bo closed. w. a. c0ttee, ~ Managur. COMMERCIAL BANK. notice. Monday next, 24th inst., boi&g QUEEN'S birthday, this Bank will bo closed. f. W. gowlland, • Manager. WOOL. J. H. CLOUGH & CO. Wool Brokers, Stock and Station Agents. <1 uction Sales of Wool, Tallow, Sheepskins, Hides and Leather on. t'CJESDAY, THOIiSDAY & SATURDAY, kvbliy week. CLOUGH'S WOOL WAREHOUSES, COLLINS '.is SPENCER STREETS,: Mulboouxb. AGENTS AT WAGGA: Messrs. OLIVIJlt, MOULEY, AND TOMPSON.

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TICHBORNE AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

TICHBORNE AGAIN Tbo following' letter appeared in the Argus :—"I bad thought by this time the world was tired, at lenst, if not ac tually satisfied, of the imposture of Mr. Arthur Ootori, and content to let tho I Tichborno case drop into tho oblivion of tbo past; but it soews from your columns of this morning tlmt a new aiid important witness has come upon the stage, in tho person of Mr. Angus McDonald, of Now Zealand, a gentle man whoso credibility is undoubted (whom I have also tho pleasure of knowing), and whose acquaintaco with tho real Sir Roger was apparently more than casual, ho having been an actunl oyo-witnoss when tho operation ofjtatooing was borfortned upon Sir Roger's right arm. Now, ns I think I could givo somo information, respect both Arthur Ortou and " Sir Roger," it may bo as well nob to withhold it even at this late hour. In tho year 1856-7, or about that timo as well as I can remember, throo individuals ap peared unexpectedly, and I may say unaccountably, in Lann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

"W ool. HASTINGS CUNING-HAM AND CO., • • WOOL-BROKBRS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street West, MELBOUllNH. TTTE l>eg to notify 'the Woolgrowers of the YV Murrumbidgee, Lnchlau, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wo strictly .confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. •Our Sales, during the ensuing' Wool Season, will be regulated according to th...

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MR. M'LEAY'S NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. (S. M'. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

MR. M'LEAY'S NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. (S. M'. Herald.) The barqne Chovort, purchased by Mr. William Macleay, F.L.S-, for tbo expedition to New Guinon, about to bo undertaken by that gentleman in the cause of science, is now being pre pared with all possible dispatch for her intended voyage. This ship, which at present lies in tho Elizabeth Bay, two or three hundred yards from the Bhore, near Mr. Mncloay's residence, is a fine French-built vessel, of 314 tons register, originally built for the French navy at RocheforV-^n I860, and a —model of the old school, having great beam and rise of floor. In the service she once carried 14 guns, of one ton each, and is apparently a strong and handy vossol—one that will stay well and bo weatherly. She is under tho immediate command of Captain Charles Edwards, having fifteen years' experi ence of the Island trade in the Pacific, and under bis eye she is being rapidly got ready for sea. Abo ship's com pany consists of tho roaster, two mates, an engi...

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RIVER GUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

IUVER GAUGE, Showiug • the height of the Murrumbidgeo above suinjner level at Wagga Wagga:— jn. May 21 (tailing) • • • .v .* ..8 9 Yesterday tho river at Gundagai was 5ft. Oln. above tmmraor levol.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 22 May 1875

IMPOUNDING*?. Noivrn Waooa. "SVajjua.—On May 8, from MlUa gong, by 3Vtr. K. J. Oilman ; driving, 83. fid.:—Dark chesnufcmarc, stir, ffM /enjoined near shoulder, near hind foot white, Jlny nmrc, star, like It or P in ctrclc over II near shoulder, It or I' in circle off shoulder, It new thigh, illegible brand off neck. Cliesnut marc, blazo, like KI faint near shoulder, liind feet white. He-advertised, fresh brand appear ing Brown horse, largo star, flle.-'ible brand near shoulder, like CC or GG olf neck, lump off Icnee, aged. To bo sold May 27. Ar>Ei.o:ro.—On 4th may, from Kalafat, by Mr. C. Baker :—Black horse, like over or S<over 8<J near shoulder, like fW (J reversed) in one off shoulder, snip. Bay mare, like J Ft near shoulder, CB o»T shoulder, off hind foot white, star, pulled tall. Also, on same day, from Jlillas's Creek, by Mr. Lar kins:—Bay marc, unbramled, near foro and olf hind feet white, star. To bo sold May 27. Tkn'-mii.h Chkkk.—On fith May, from ...

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