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LADY FRANKLIN. (Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

LADY FKAXKLIN.' C Leader.) Tho.dcath of Lady Franklin reminds uh that she was not only the wife and widow of an oxplorer, but an explorer '.herself: While yet a miss in her teens she bad travelled over every country in Europo, visited the Boveu churcbos of; Asia, :and gouo> up the Nile to the ■ second cataract. She spent tho groater part of ber six years' residence in Tasmania in visiting the remote nooks and islets' of the colony, and finding it too ainall for her love of travel, she cro'ssod to Melbourne' in 1839, and went overland to Sydney, a feat which, at > that'tirne, had boon attempted by none but a few adventurers of the sterner sox.. It is not so widely known as1 it should be that Sir John Franklin's first visit to Australia was as a mid shipman su'uder;tho< command of Mat thew Flinders, in tho first years of the century. Lady Franklin, when on a visit to South ■ Australia, did honor to Flinders by Greeting a memorial on :the:hill from which> be-took po...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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AFRICA EXPLORED (Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

AFR10 A IS X. PLORED ; ■ ( Leader.) Tho exploration of Africa..is now being well cared for. Tlioro nro at least ton expeditions in progress or about to start, and subscriptions are now being invited for tho despatch of an eleventh. Mr. Mackenzie, who not long ago broached the idea of turning on the Atlantic tap so as to submerge tho Sahara, is receiving sufficient en couragoinent to justify him in pro ceeding with arrangemsnts for n preliminary survey. Thoso who are supporting him do not, however, identify thomselves with his wild theo ries. Sir Arthur Cotton, for, instance, who attended1 his meeting at , the Mansion House, on tho 2Gth of July, is too experienced an enginoor to risk lj is_ reputation on a schema based on incomplete data. Mr. Mackenzie's theory is,that tho oxponso ,which is now a desert was nt ono lime a fertile plain, and ho. .quotes-Pliny and other ancient historians in support of his opinion.: Tho ruins of cities, lie says, are traceable in the midst of tho sand t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

Positive Virtues.—The most of tlio so called great remedies possess only tluvt sort of negative-or passive virtue, which, .while it may not often cure disease, will .seldom endanger life. :13hi»stol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of diseaso or impure biood or humours in the human systein8 where il is used, and thus it is that it always efteets eomploto and lasting cures.—A pvt. Holloway's Ointment and Pillh.—Ab besses, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess attends all who treat diseasos according to the siniplo printed directions wrapped round each pot and bov. They are invaluable to the youug and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expense , will enable the moat ditlident to conduct any j case tu a happy issue without exposing liooret | iulimutiua to auyone.

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SKETCHES OF "DUFFING" IN QUEENSLAND. "THE FLYER." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

SKETCHES OP "DUFFING" IN " ■ . QUEENSLAND. " T HOB |; RL Y .33 31; < :<r f I must decline to favour you with tlio correct name of Ibis character, who litis been, in n mnnner.(, like James Tyson, the squatter king, the difFer encebeing thnfc this fellow was and is the 1 duffer king.' M'Koiv/.io look cattle by hundreds, lliis man by Ihou. sands. . Nick-named ' Tlio Flyor,' the first ever heard about him was being caught in Deniliquin fur stealing a largo mob of 800 bullocks which he bad sold to a well-known buyer. 1 believe delivery was takoa but no money paid, as The Fiver was ar rested too soou for that, nnil served three years, I think, in Parraniatla. He soou nftor turned his ulluutiuii to :ihe""Bowcn~ Downs' Company's' station;-:' an immense piece of country, through which runs the River Thomson. The Flyer and his mates went down the Thomson River a considerable distance, iitid actually built largo yards for their own use, first having securod the ser vices ...

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THE HAUNTED HOUSE. (Australian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

the' HAUNTJ3D HOUSE. - 'Journal,') Moretoii.. Hull t is';,;tbor:oldest•; and largest mansion in tho vicinity oflias}' villo;mid ifc.stands, upon ' an eminonco not lmlf'a mile from the towlisllip, half1, bidden; amongst , , the recesses;- of ; a thickly clustering pino-wood. A'little creek runs at tlio.western'vend of ,tbo wood,' and a broud.avenuo, skirtedAon eithorsido with HoTty-pines, ieads'us to tho old mansion. Years ago the Hall aud'its lands were;the property.of a wealthy old Scotch, gentleman, who died on the premises, and was "buried in the village comotery.1 Tbeproperty; fell into tho hands of his nephew^-rlbr the old gentleman was a bachelor.; The, heir, to Moreton Hall estate waa n wild profligate-young: manj' who spent'' bis; easily acquired wealth in . betting, horsoracing, and such like, and oventually became bankrupt; To add to bis misfortune, Iib became addicted to drink, and from being one. of the leading men of; society- in the neigh borhood, ho fell into a state ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

.MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET^ (Wednesday, Oct. G.) Fat (JattIjK.—SGU came forward for the week's supply, the bulk of wlricli wero from : tlie North, aud consisted principally of good 1 and primo quality. Thero was an aetivo demand, and prices advanced from 5s to 10s wero on last week's rates* Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £12 10s to £13 7s Gd ; good do, from £10 10s to £11 10s; second I do, from £o to £10 ; inferior, from £7 10s. I Only a small number of cows were yarded ; ! best realised up to £10 us, others from £G upwards. Messrs. llyan and Hammond have sold 22 head bullocks from Gipps Land at £7 2s to £11. Messrs. Stratford, Strettle and Co. sold 25 bullocks from Clyde-bank, and 70 for Messrs. Giduoy, Opie, Delauuy, Derluun, and others. Mr. J. G. Dougbarty sold 128 bullocks for Messrs. M,Leay and Clark, of Kovarbcrry, to £13 7s Oil ; «'JS cows for samo owners to £10 7s Oil ; 37 bullocks for Mr. John Peter, of Tublio, to £14 2s Od ; 5 cows for same owner, at £!) 13s ; 0 bul...

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CALLING MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

CALLING MOTHER. He saw my anger was sincere, ' ■■■ :• And lovingly commenced to chide'me, " 7 Then, wiping from rnyeheek n-tear," v." He Bat upon the grass beside me. " ' He spoke such pretty, am'roua vows, Aud breathed soft ones, one after another; I could ibut smile, ami whispered low; ' " Be quiet do. I'll call my. mother." ■ He talked so long, and talked.so well, >ts And vow'd he ne'er would deceive me j I felt more pain than I can tell ■?. •< .,t/ u-in.; Whco} with a sigh; bc strove to leave me. " Oh; John," said I, " must thoe go ?; I love thee better.than all other, v There is 110 need to hurry so, For I ne'er meant to 'call my mother.'"

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBUOUGH'S WOOL WABE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. ' It. GOLDSBROUGH AND . CO. "|3EG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the .Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that | their Warehouses arc now ready for tho Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they arb prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON* FAVOUJIAHLK 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 on tlie Ttn«])AY following. i They aict as Selling Brokers only, nnd con*/ stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which they may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the host advantage, tlm Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various .Rooms arc co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

IMPOUNDINOS. Tes-miIiV. Citv.viK.—On iftth day of Scplwrt>eT, 1B76, from Kinross, by Mr. Alex, Boss, sum due at date of notice, Ss. 4d. cach Buy mare, star, JJ> near shoulder, shod nil round, white patches on hack, pulled tail, aged, 30} hands ; brown mare like It off rump, pulled tail, nged, 15} hands. Also, on the Jf>th September, from Tcn-milo Creek, by Mr. .Tames Bruce:—Black mare, star, no visible brand, long tail, aged, lf>i hands, (3s. To he Hold on the 7th Oct. Adki.osu,—On 17th September, 187f>, from Tied bank, by Messrs. Horsburg: sum due at dato of notice set after each animalBay mare, .) over C near shoulder, ofT hind foot white, pulled tail, 10s Od. Also, on the 20th, from Naeki Nacki, by Mr. Itobt. Fftlder Chcsnut horse, JJ over . 7 near-shoulder,, star and snip, pulled tail, 10a. To be sold on the 7th' October. Ten-mile Cukkk.—On the 2T>rd September, 1S75, from Yarra Yarru, by Mr. .Tames M'Laurin, Bum due at date of notico. 8s lid Chestnut mare, snip...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

" JUVKIt RATIfiK Showing the height of the. Mnrhimbiilgce. ahovo summer level nt Wnggfi "Wngga:— - - Ft.. h\. OclobcrS (fftlling) .. .. .. 7 0

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POST-OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

POST-OFPIOB^WAGGA WAGGA.-; J • TIM>; T A V h j: OF TIIK . AZUIIVAL ANU 3)JJs>r.\TCH OF MAILS <niurAi~s.- i • .Sun; Men. T«e. Wed Tim.' Fri. Sat. •.Rydiioy., Tnrcuttft - . .. Jiitice .. I. i'nss Denillquln.. Urann ..; Hay/: Nnrandcra .» Albury;v':-Y. CooltandinA.. Clarendon'.. 8ydiiey;. • Tarciitta Juneo Y/iss . Denillquln. Uranft.i . Hay .. . Kuraiidorft:< 00 - ii:80i ll>30 1 Albury.. Cookandlna.. C 0 0 0 Clarendon p.tn; ] •7-' 0 7..0, ; i>EPARTVKB«,-y ' -\:Y r; - , r f Sun; Mon. il'up: r\Ved ,Thu. Fri,; Sat. 8 15

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALESBY A UGTfON. October 12.—Wilkinson*, IIann, MiNcniN.andCo.— Well-bjccl mixed cattlo, Pastoral Hotel Yards.- . October 20. — Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin, and Co.— Laud,AustralianIlotcl, 3 o'clock. I OctobcrSO.—A: T. Holton—Fatl>nllocks/at Waggft! Wagga. October 20.—Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin, and Co. —Laud. Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. ■<:./. November 10.—Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin: and Co.—Dairy cattle. - •> . ;• <:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

0 N S A L E at ' v BEST Dundee Woolsacks .; .-V-:- :i ;:v; V-' ,v> *■!•:-<' "• i-; Full Weights. • 'BEST DUNDEE WOOLPACKS; fall 101 lbs■ 1 ( " BEST, DUNDEE WOOLPACKS, full ' .!104lbs!-.. i ; ■' ~ iijiHiT'J'l • WARD &. PAYNE'S' No" 811 SHEEP SHEARS. i i .. . WARD & PAYNE'S .No. 38 SHEEP SHEARS. ' < I \ l>, , . , 1 ,i WARD & PAYNE'S No. 79 SHEEP SHEARS. i Ivilvf I . vf: J. & K. SORBY'S SHEEP SHEARS ^ '■ J ' : I'fO'i O'U . 'i : f i J ' ;J. ;*■/? f >, • ;;jv ROBERT:: SORBY!S (No. „ 13—now. brand) SHEEP SHEARS. BEST SELECTED TURKEY ' STONES., ■, , BKST SELECTED WASHATO STONES. SEAMING TWINE, 3-oorfl. ROPING'TWINE. ' ' WHITE FLEECE TWINE- • " BO'tLED LINSEED OIL. RA"W LINSEED OIL. , STOCKHOLM TAR. COAL TAR. AMERICAN TURPENTINE. ENGLISH, TURPENTINE. RADDLE, IN LUMP. ' RADDLE, PREPARED. LAMP BLACK. . STENCIL INK AND BRUSHES. RATION SUGARS. COUNTER Do. WHITE Do. TEA, CHESTS AND IIALF-CHESTS COFFEE, No; 1 PLANTATION. , ADELAIDE.JA...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

WEEKLY OA IiEN 13 AH; - - ; • UAVB of AVkeK.^ SUK.-' Rises Sets. Moox. Kises Sets. ii. M, n.m. (1 Wednesday.-.. : n ;u «• 6 mm 12 14 7 TJmrsday . ; .. 6 uo .0 0 11 17 1. 6 8 Friday V. ft 2fl ft ft 1*? 17 1 51 I Saturday . V .v r> 27 0 1 1 \>.\ .« 31 It Sunday .. h 2( 15 f 3 7 11 Monday • i ;. 5 26 0 1 # ai: 3 30 12 Tuesday .. .: 6 21 0 1) .4-36 i S - Moon's 'Phases.—October. . First Quarter* Friday, Sth, 2.10 tun. Full Moon—Friday, 16th, 9.10 n.m. Last Quarter—Friday, 22nd, 0.1S ii.m. New Aloon—Friday, 29th, 3.18 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

■WANTED., WANTED, TEAMS, to draw Timber from the Currawarnn Saw Mills. Apply T. HODSON, or at tlio Mills. aoc;c \ WANTED, TWO DllOVING SHEP l'ER DS, with horses preferred. Apply A. G. JONES.- i' WANTED, a good WQOL-CLASSER:1 References required. Apply'A. T. BOLTON. ail c WANTED, a SMART BOY,'for tlio Cash Desk. Apply to P. ROPER. nie.c ; ^ . ■ ' Tr^ANTED, SHEPHERDS, to Travel VV Sheep to Queensland j long , job. Apply, before 15th instant, to 3111. JOHN LA15GE, at Messrs. Wilkinson^ "Hann, Minchin, and Co.'s, Wagga. . WANTED, a MARRIED COUPLE — man as Cook, and woman as House maid. Good wages will bo given. Respect ablo references required. Apply J. BOURKE, *' Exchange Hotel. ab.c \ TTANTED~G 11A IN MAN &AX ]£ M EN. \ V To suitablo men good wages and constant employment will bo Riven. Apply to MR. NASH, Surveyor, Hanging Rock CroEeiug, Sandy Creek. bu.t

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. ' A i)vkktisku Office, Friday Evenincr. Tub weather during tho past week has continued dry, ami the want of rain is how much spoken (if. For though the natural country lias ft fresh grecil nppe.ir.ince, the growing crops must suffer considerably tor want of moisture. At Dubbo we learn from the Dispatch that rain had fallen in good quantity during the week'ending the .'f()th nit. The country around that district was looking well.. There appears to be a plenti ful supply of. feed, especially a few miles back from the roads, and as tho tanks, dams,! and water-holes are pretty full, there is no cause to fear here at all events, a sharp sum mer. The shearing about here will soon commence—certainly not later than the second week in this month. A great many sheds on the river arc now nearly cut out— some indeed, such as Wonbobbie and Had don llig are finished. The year's clip is being sent on as rapidly as possible, and scarcely a'day tjoes by but teams he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ! BANKS: Australian -Joint Stock Bunk, Fitzmaurico ' atrcctu' ' Commorciol Bank, Gunrood-atreefc PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Morgan (^Connor, near Hospital ; Erasmus Wren, jTieliborne ;Buildings v Mr —. Fonsworth, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmanrice- • ' ' ' \' William Largo, Gurwood-slrect SOLICITOUS,: '• Fifczlinnliiige anil Sons, Exchange Buildings, • ITitzmaurice-streets J.R; Garland, Fitzinauriee-strcefc • ARCHITECTS : F. H. Nixon, Xraill-stieot J. Gordon, Gursvood-streofc G. Shopperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings '.-.;' STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : Wilkinson,-Hannj^Mincbinj and Co., Fitz maurico street Oliver, Morley, and Toinpson,' Fitzmaurice-, street G-. A..Elliot (P,, R., and Co.), Fitzmanrice ■ street.. 'v: • Geo. Hair (E., E.; and Co.,), Fitzmanrice-. •' street ■, ■, . A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and; Co.),.Fitzmauriee-streot; ; : •. • . . . . LAND AGENT : John Bcutley, Fitzmaurico-strecir. . . CHEMISTS : H. J. Williams, Fitzmaurico-st...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MAK1CET.' : ' (WEDNESDAY, OCTOUUU G.) •Messrs. Gbldsbrough' and Co.> report' During the week wc have received aeon* Biderablo quantity of the new clip, consisting of parccls which have readied Ecbuca by ateamcr, comparatively little having been forwarded up to this date, owing to the heavy roads. Our.lust sale will be held on or about the 2i)lh instant, nnd wo look for good competition up to full market value. The Knglish news continues about the same, the London sales having closed at a decline, which is variously stated in the telegrams at from 1 Ad to 2£d per lb under June rates, i Sheepskins—At our auction sales held during the past week we disposed of a fair supply at late quotations. The attendance of buyers was goorl, and the following prices were realised for all forward Butchers1 skins, from 4a Gd to 7s 9d cach ; dry, 3s to 5s Gd ; station, 4Jd to 7j|d per lb. Hides—Our usual sales passed off satisfactorily, prices being rather lirmer than those ruling lat...

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MESSRS WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

MESSRS;WILKINSON, IIANN, MINC1IIN, AND Fat Stock.—Very few lots of either sheep or cattle1 offering. Wo' have no transac tions to report. . ' . Stork Cattlb.—The demand for this class of stock still continues dull, and sales arc difficult to effect at prices asked. Wc have no sales to report, but would call particular attention to our auction sale, 011 Tuesday next, of Mr. R, M'lntyre's herd' of about 150 head of well-bred cattle. .Store Siikkp. — Sales arc now almost en tirely confined to sheep for delivery after shearing j very few lots now ottering 111 the wool. Wc have sold to Mr. Stephen : Fcnnell, of Eringoarra, 500 first-class wethers; and (in conjunction with Messrs, I?. Gibson and Co., of Melbourne) 5500 maiden ewes for Messrs, J. M'Gaw and Co., of Bnrrabogie, to Messrs. Peterson Peterson Bros.,.of Overall Plains, Hooligal; ami lmva'delivered to Mr. .T.Davison, of Currawoena station,' Kngan, (5000 ewes, sold on account of Mr. Joseph Weir, Wid giewa, Hams.—Wc have, sold 200 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

HALL OF COMMERCE. x>RBssMA&ma mmwrmmv* jgALL' AND ' SUMMER DRESSES, MANTLES, ( AND , COSTUiMES ' MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 'THE ' NEWEST SPRING DESIGNS 11 i / ', ' it i i, / EOBERTS, COPLAND, & CO.. RIVER I.N E STORES. ' ' '' 1 QWING to the Moro ShaSe 'of Profit, ■ i i ' at whigh the undersigned is Selling' , ,i " 5 1 ,** Ins Goods,,ho bogs to inform^liisiCus-1 tomors that ho will not bo ablotogivo th.it' EXTENDED CREDIT which he ■". has -i hitherto dono; and requests all , \ . persons1 to whom Accounts liavo teen . Delivered' to. SETTLE'TUEM PROMPTLY. , - CKAS. WALL. _ .-os^06 alii 084 .. m—'5 ' 30,^815- •' „ Vf cig6a' ic-jo. .ON SALE jgT THE UNDERSIGNED EX VICTORIA - Bolts and Nuts3 all sizes' Hook and Eye Hinges Engineers Hammers Farriers' do , , Ri vetting do Glaw do Spalling do Masons' do Napping ; -do . G-alvanised Wire clothes lines Mattheson's.Aiigurs.i g'to f ' :) ' Mattheson's Bits, ^ inch Navvy Shovels Tar Buckets > ' ' ■ 1!'' ' - Sharp's Axes BrickuTr...

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