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CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

cntcuix COURT. 4-^-v Civil Sid e. The Court opened oil "Wednesday morning, hisHontfr.taking his seat at 10 o'clock..; t V" FLOOD V. FENNKLL. ' r- : ■ Tlic plaintiff herein- was Edward Flood, of Sydney, owner of Nararidera run,-and the defendant was John Joseph Fennell, of North Boree, on Medium station, a grazier; .;<■ Mr. Butler, Q.O., and Air. C. J. Manning, instructed by Messrs. JFitzhardinge audSous,, attended, for. j)laintiff • and Mr. M. H. Stephen, instructed by Mr. Willaus;. for defendant. . Plaintiff claimed £2000 damages for tres passes committed by defendant with men and sheep on plaintiff's run. . j Defendaut pleaded that he was justified in placing sheep oil the laud, inasmuch as nine* ,tceu different persons had aclected portions land on plaintiff's run uuder the Crown Lauds Alienation Act of .1861, aud defendant had leave and license of these persons to . depasture sheep on the land so selected, and that the purchase of these lands, under the 18th section o...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

LAN.D NOTES. Tlic following conditional purchases were mado at tlio Laud office on Thursday :— Charles Eilghill, 100a, parish of Mnnda waddera, commencing at the north-east corner of CP 121, 113, 170; John O'Brien 320a, parish of Cowarbco, county Bourke, adjoining and lying on the north-west sido of Johu Sten's OP of 320a on Cowarbeo Hun ; Robert Mather, 4Q0a, parish of Gobbagaula, county Mitchell, adjoirnug CP of 200a, made 8th January, 1874, on the west sido ; Hugh M'Kiunon, 2G4r, parish of Walhin, county Clarendon, being measured portion 149; Aligns M'Kinnon, 40 acres, parish of Bilda* county Clarendon, being measured portion 89 ; Mark Patfcorson, sen,, parish of Wallace, county Clavendou, adjomiug the cast boun dary of his purchase, portion 72 selected on April 10, 1S73, and part of the south boun dary of portion 50, selected 31st October, 1S72. The following approved claims for unde fined pre-emptive lease is notified iu the Gazette of tholstinst. :—L. A. Mulhollatul, 4S0ji, pa...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Tlio following telegram lias been received by the Now Zealand Loau aud Mercantile Agency Company (Limited), dated London, October 2 :—" Wool. — The sales cioacd firmly at an average decline of 1$ to 2d* 20,000 bales bavo been held over for future disposal. 15,000 bale3 bavo been withdrawn during tho past sales. 120,000 bales have been takcu for export. Continental demand is limited. Trade in tho manufacturing dis tricts is unchanged. Tho next sales will commoncc on 23rd November." We learn that washing was finished on tho 5th instant, at North Yanco, and shearing will bo finished in a day or two. Kayrunncra East (unstockcd country be yond Wilcaunia) lias been sold by Measrs. Anderson and Middloton to Messrs. Hamil ton and Innes. Mr. G. Mair reports tho salo of a small lot of ewes atul wethers for Mr. D. II. Campbell, to Mr. Mnckay, of Gobbagumba lin ; and 1000 breeding owes, with lambs at foot, to Messrs. James Devlin aud Sons. Mr, F. Trollopo has sold Mortray station...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. DEATH IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

COItONEK'S INQUEST. Death in the Bush. The District Coroner held an imjuoRt on Monday, the Gth instant, at North Juneo ;> Iteufa, oil tho romnina of a inrni whoso lmnio is unknown, found about two miles from the lleefs. The body was discov ered on Monday, tlio tfrd instant, by Mr. James Carney, who was out riding <m tho North J unco iUm. Mr. Carney and Con stablo King gavo evidence as to tho position and appearance of tho body, and the follow ing witnesses were also examined : — Michael McClrath, having been sworn, stated: I am a miner, resident on tho Jiuico ltoefs. I have examined tiie remains, tho subject of this ini]»est, and identify them as being those of a man I s:nv alive a month ago last Monday, the-Uh instant, at o* Mr. Phillip tadling'* farm, near the nsef. * Kc came dressed tho remains now are, ^ and waa t>aro footed. Ilo remained at . Ceiling's nil nighfc. 1 gut into conversation ; ■■:■ ■■ withhim, Ilctohl mo he was a native nl r . Hullj in Yorkshire; I...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

ALBURY. [from our own correspondent]. People often talk much about what they know very little of, and this is so well / understood, that a large per ccntage of what , " is said ami written must he taken for its ' worth no more no less. People say that the. tyrannical impost of border duties has brought on smuggling, or if not that it should do so ; others say that the amount received at the Custom offices is gettiug " small by degrees and beautifully less'.' month after month. The Bauncr of Saturday devotes a long and careful leading article to tho affairs of the " Albuvy .Second Building Society." . * Judged by the facts involved in this society, business is not prosperous iu Albury at present. I -was aware for somo time past that the second Buildiug Society was a great failure, but I thought better that it should get a chauco to die out a natural easy death in order that those who hud charge of the Society, may retire without injury to their reputation as to matters of finance. Ho...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "Tills is true liberty, when freebom men, Having to adrise the public, many speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

THE M njgjd !t f r Tills is true liberty, when freebom mon, Having to i\tlrlse tho public, may spank free,-'. .. Milton, SATURDAY, .OOXOBEU 9,, 1875. ^When Mr.' TVltliWlt " Forsteh was re turning thonks to the electors of tho Murrumbidgeo, ia an address pub lished after his first election, ho wrote of his return as " magnificent compen sation " for his previous defeats else where. Then, and afterwards at the second election, ho was eloquent in his acknowledgements of tho exceptional generosity of tho electors in tho man ner of their seleotion of hitn as their representative, and wo wore led to believe that ho held his roturn to bo au " extraordinary honour " and a mark of " genoroue confidonco," not to be blotted out of his • memory by any power loss strong than the obliterating hand of doath. 13at a few short months, however, havo passed by, and a chango comes over tho spirit of his dream, for via Cud that no mercenary political trickster's memory of benefits received and promises ...

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LIFE OF A THREEPENNY-PIECE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

LIFE OF A THREEPENNY-PIECE. Tbo following is takou from tbo Now Zealand Herald :—I was born on the 1st of April, 1871, nnd issued from tbo mint, with a goodly number of brethren, bearing the image of our noble Queon on one side and the figure three on the other. I was sent with them to a bank, aud handed over, with other coins, in exchange for a piece of papor. I next found myself in a sound box underneath the bar counter of a public-house. I had barely been there fivo miimtos wheu a voice suid—' Are yon going to shout ?' and, aftor n jingling of glasses, I was rudely pulled out and thrown on a wet zinc plate, and crammed into tho pocket of a greasy butcher. During an hour I passed to and fro between this pocket and the round box many times, until I was car ried away in another pocket in company with other images of our Queen, a pocket knife, and a bit of cobbler's wax. Four days I was handled about in »■ like manner, until my master spoko to a blackfollow in theso words, 'You cut '...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Tin: following sentences were passed by His Honor Mr. Justice Faucett on Wednes day morning :—Thomas Dodd, for stealing a cheque of £5 from Francis O'JIanlon, 12 months in Gonlburn gaol ; Edward McCabe and Daniel Abbot, for assaulting and .rob bing L'uter John Hartnett, IS months in Goulburn gnol; and George Edward Thomas, for sumo offence, 9 months in Wngga gaol ; Samuel Kelson, for stealing a horse from Henry Moxham, 18 months in Goulburn gaol ; Joseph Smith, for stealing a horse from Edward Spring, IS months iu Gonl burn gaol ; Charles Shiltcm, forging and altering a cheque of Thomas Jillett's, 2 years in Goulburn gaol. In* answer to the petition (referred to iu a previous issue) asking that a road for travelling stock be opened between Wagga via Kindra, Berry Jerry, Calf IIolc Fall, and Sanderson's to Broken Dam, the following letter has been received by Mr. A* G. Jones from the member for the Lachlan — Mr. James Watson :—" Barrack and York streets, Wynyard Square...

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NEW HORSE CLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

NISW HORSE.CLIPPER,: A now instrument for clipping horses was exhibited of Mr. J.. (Jarton's stablos, Little Collins-stroot (says the Argus). The working of tho ne<v machino, which is called the American horse-clipper, was watched very closely by a jiuuibor-of persons interested in: the subject. Though the animal on' which tho clipper;was tried was rather .uneasy, and the! operator quite \inused; to'the machine, it was evident to every ouc that a very great deal of:..time could be saved in tho clipping of horses by using the machine, and that the,, woik could be done iu a vory satisfa'c:; tory manner, whilo cutting tho horse is'- tin impossibility. The .■American horse-clipper consists of n stand of stout iron about 4ft. high,, attached to whioh' is an iron- arm about 5ft. long,, having, n nother: at: the end , of, it , about the same longlh. At the extremity of this; arm is the clipper, a small round comb with a cutter on tho outsido. The motion^s obtained by working, a ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE LONDON, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED I'll ESS TELEGRAMS.'] LATEST BY CABLE.. LONDON, Ocr. 5. Mr..Wade, the British Minister at China, lias notiQed to the Foreign Lega tion at Pekin that negotiations have boon entered into which havo averted immediate war. ; The Servian Ministry has resigned. The foreign consuls havo been instructed to j remain at Mostar. In the mean while the Sultan has promisod a fourth part of the tithes, and promises fiscal reform. The Carlists aro bombarding Pam peliina, in.Navarro, and San Sebastian, in the province of Guipusco. .(from our own correspondents.) .SYDNEY, Friday Night, Ata meeting of printers hold yester night with reference to tho trade dis pute, it was resolved to 6tarb an evening paper. Mr. French, a clerk in tho Treasury,' who shot himself a short time back, died to-day from a socond wound, self inflicted, on'Friday last. An injunction has boon granted to restrain the Corporation from draining sowago into Blackwattle Swamp. A report raised as to a la...

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

MARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe says, 1 * Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa lias achieved a thorough success, and super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicatc aroma, and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish , tho Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, we could not recouimcnd a more agree able or. valuable beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &o. HOMffiOFATHIC COCOA.—This original preparation, which has attained such a world-wide reputation, is manufactured by Taylor Bkothkrs, under the ablest homoeo pathic advice, aided by the skill and ex perience of the inventors, aud will be found to combine in an eminent degeee the purity, fine aroma, and nutritious property of the fresh uut, SOLUBLE CHOCOLATE, made in ono minute without boiling. ' The above articles are prepared exclusively by Taylor Brothers, the largest manufacturers in Europe,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 October 1875

MARRIAGE.     MITCHELL — JONES — On the 25th September, at Wagga Wagga, by the Rev. R. W. Young, Robert John Mitchell to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late John Jones, Esq., Melbourne.

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TOWN TALK ON SPIRITISM. (Evening News). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

TOWN TALK ON SPIRITISM. (Evening Arcwxj. ! It' the popular series of "Town Talk " which hns so long (with reasonable intervals for refreshment) charmed and edified the town, should como to a Budden £tind summary close, let the gcntlo public, if it cannot bo grieved, | bo not surprised. Wo huvo incurred, it seeins, the serious displeasure of- tho. local 1 spiritists,'and may bo in some" danger, for aught wo know, with tho aid of their spirit-friends ' I'olhor side of Jordan,' of being spirited away to that'debatonble land ' where at least it is not debatoable that;anything-bo' sonsihle us ' Town Talk' would have rather u rough time of it. Our sugges tion, like many other of our woll-mearit winks to stone-blind horses, that our spiritual friends might spend an even ing to advantage with that honest humbug, tho Fakir of Oolu, has not wo are sorry to say, beou reeoived in the saroo friendly spirit in which it was given. A rather savage commu nication from a 'Truo Believer, not Bnquiror,...

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VISITS TO THE LONDON WOOL SALES. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

VISITS TO THE LONDON WOOL SALES. (Australasian. j There Ims; boon so; niuclvrsaidf and written about the conducting1 of wool sales in London that I determined, wbilp in London on pleasure bent, .to see what I coold ib tho wool ware bouses and salos. I inquired, abont tbo .mode of fixing the "tnres,"' tho storage of wool, tlio warehouses I examined, tbo wool I inspected, tbo sales I attended, and hero are ray conclusions. First, with catalogue in baud, and guide by ray side to load mo through tbo London.streets, I arrived at tho Jjeman-Etreet ware house of Mossis. Brown and Eagles. A lift soon places mo on tho top floor, where are tho first of tho sale lots of that day. I look at lot after lot of wool I know, and some I don't know. I am.roady pritnod for fault-finding1. Have wo not- suffered by these ware housemen ? I pass along- tho whole floor, then down to uoxt floor, and to next, following tho lots of wool in order. Soino of.my own wool wns among the lots. What a feeling1 of disa...

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THE HONORABLE WILLIAM FORSTER. (Stockwhip.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

THE HONORABLE WILLIAM.— F O'-B S T E It. ( Stockwhip.) 'Tib' aigroat pity that Diogenes i? dead.' If the' patient old cynic bin', lived in this ago mid country he might havo found the rare treasure that ho .songht.'■ Ho ^ouhl ■ have hunted up 'tho Hon. William Forster, and having, gazed upon lhat stntosinan's coii'nte "nanco, would have identified bis ihdis covernblo ideal—an honest man—and oxpirotl with deeenbyjahd delight. We all know that the Hon. William Forster is honest. Ho. is always telline- us so : and' of' course it' is tho woll-kuown habit of honest persons to mako fre quent ;prpo!ainatious of. their virtue.. ■Besides/his deeds speak for him. and exalt his poverty—" for Forstor is an honourable man." He had a great hatred- of Governors. His first great achievement was to libol fair Goorge Gipps ; his next to flaggelalo Fitzroy ; his next to denounco Denison ; his next to heap abuse upon Young ;,-liis next to assail Belmoro ; his next to satirise Robinson ; and having in t...

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THE CHEVERTS NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. (S. M. Herald). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

;the ghbvert.'s nbto guine^'. ; expedition. (S. M. Herald). The Somorset correspondent of tho Brisbane Courior reports that tho Ghovert. returned (.to;- Somerset; •; :Mi\, Macleay is a passongor to Sydney by tho Singapore. Several of tho ship's company wore dissatisfied with the time allowed for tho research at Now Guinoa, and took their^djscharge -hero with tho intention of re'turning to New Guinea by,the firpt, opportunity^^pro-j bably per Elgowan) to'.explore, collect, and prospect. This movement has been accelerated by the news" brought by M'Farlane, on returning with the mission ship three weeks ago, as to tho, discovery of a'large navigable , river:; The captain of the missionary steamer, Elgowan, reports that she started ,frotn< Somerset on the 25th August, having ou board passengers and friends of the Rev, Mr. Maofarlano,; Mr.,^0. C:jStonp| of London, firi search of Straits curios)" and Mr' Orkney, of. Melbpnrne§i .(From • rumours originating witli'!thd f nativo m...

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THE ROBERTSON-MINISTRY'S GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

THE ROBERTSON-MINISTBY'S ' GAME.': . . ■ The Sydney correspondent of . the ; Gulgong Argus 'writes,:—Rumours are curront at . every street corner of changes in the Ministry. . One of the • latest is that Mr. Garret is to receive a permanent appoiutraent as Chief Com missioner of Crown Lands, at the sub stantial salary of one thousand per annum. This would, indeed, be a handsome recognition of fifteen years faithful'servicb as " generally useful'.' to.. his party. Mr.! William Forator will, there is little doubt, seonre the Agent-Generalship,, tlio salary for which it is contemplated to raise to £2000 a year-—uot muoli, certainly, to make a show on in London, but still enough, with the "sqniblinB," to enjoy life more pleasautly: than growing orangoB and green stuff on a Brush Farm. . Another member of the Minis; try is mentioned ns likoly to be made Commi3sioner of Railways, at £1500 a year, and a special train when and where he likes. Mr. Lucas wants this, but his colleagues object,...

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SANDHUHST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

SANDHUHST. Messrs. Ettcrshahk, Englestone, and Co.'s. report!—Fat Cattle.—557 in. The attend ance of buyers being small tbe number was equal to the demand ; prices ruled about the same as last week. The quality offered was not good, tbe best sold being only mid-' dling. ,We sold a small lot for Mr. Graham to £7 5s, Fat Sheep.—5354 were penned. The bulk were fair in quality, but nothing prime,. Buyers were scarce, and the market , . dull throughout,; and the prices realised show little, if* any, ou lust week's rates.

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A TRAGEDY REVERSED. (Austin Dobson.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

A TRAGEDY EEVERSED. (Austin jOpbson.) Bbnbatji the Bfcroam at eventide ■ paused before wo parted j» ... ■ i .She, being oldor, only.sighed, ^ r* But I was broken-hearted. ; ; tlOnco more (I said) our. troth we plight1 Beside the brimming ocean Tho river rolled its usual height, Tho rest was ail emotion. She answered not—my love, my queen !— She gave a gentle shiver ; (Old seasoned suitors know how keen The breezes blow up tho river). • r . '* A flower (I said), a flower as sigu . ;i : Of love approved—confcst;" . (I marked a rose more red than wine .. ' • That rose upon her breast). She gave it. Subtlest essence fell From'each pink petal fold. I wore it, though my sense of smell» Was something dull from cold. Sho went. And yet no fate has lit Our hymeneal taper; But that's not all the worst of it y Tho rose was only paper !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

Special Advertisements. Wool. HASTINGS ~~CUNINGHAM AND CO., •: ■WOOIJ.BR.OKEES, °STOCK: AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, , Collins-street "West, x MELBOURNE. E beg to notify the Woolgrowcra of tlic jMurrumbidgce, Lnclilan, and Darling . districts that \ve arc prepared to make liberal' . advancos on the most favourable terms upon the Issuing Cur of Wool, and also upon, approved station securities. Having uiade extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we . arc cuabled to offer facilities for conducting . the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as we strictly confine our 1 business to that of SELLING BHOKEUS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no : interest, cither directly or indircctly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that tho extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. All Wools, &c. Coming forward coa...

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