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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

BIRTH.         BOLTON. — At her residence, Tarcutta-street, on the 7th inst., Mrs. A. T. Bolton of a daughter.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 October 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. The following valuable lot of stud sheep passed through this week 50 imported Lincoln ewes, hred 1>37 Mr. Kirkham, of Odley Villa, Lincolnshire, England; 45 pure Lincoln ewes, bred b3r Messrs. Clarke, llutlcdge, ltobertson, and 3. J. Brown. Victoria. These arc for Mr. Wilson, of Goonambil, are and realty beautiful specimens of this class of sheep. The sheep were in charge of Mr. Gill, who also had sixty pure merino rams, bred by Mr. Curry, of Gamp bell Town Victoria, for Mr. Blackwood, of Hartwood, and Mr. Simsoii, of Mungadnl. W7, 11., M. and Co. report having com pleted delivery of Messrs. Welman's stv tions, Ariah and Bungainbil, in the Lachlan district, together with 24,500 sheep and 270 head of cattle, to Mr. Edwiu Lowe, of Geelong. Mr. Bagot's 700 cows, Mr. Picton in charge, travelling for sale, will cross the Bridge to-day, and will travel down the river. W., H., M. and Co., agents. W,, H., M. and Co. report having sold, oil account of Mr. I?. Mclntyre, 75 h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

aioivrs wool warehouses AND PRODUCE STORES, CIRCULAR QUAY. SYDNEY. MOKT & CO. beg to intimate to Wool groivors and others interested that they liavo completed arrangements for. dealing with the ensuing Clip, whether intended for Sale in this market, or for Shipment to their Agents in Lur 1'»n, whero consignments will have the bcucLt, of spccial supervision by one of the Partners of the Sydney I-Ioaso resident in London for that purnoso. Liberal advances will be made under lion on tbo coming clip, as also on all wool or other produce consigned .to thorn. The sale of Stations, Fat and Storo Stock, and all business connected witli a SquattersV Agcncy shall also have prompt attention; I MOltT & CO., .■Woolbrokora, Stock and Station Ago/its,^ • Circular Quay,, Sydney/ 1,1,70 REMOVAL. DR. EUSrACH PRATT, Member of ■ Royal College of Surgeons of England, &c., basiiemoved from\BATHURST> to 09, WILLIAM-STREET, corner of Riloy-Btrect, WOLLOOMOOLOO, Sydney. Dr. Eustac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

• V; P0SITIYI1 VlflTUKS.—TllC TOOSfc of tllO SO* . called groat remedies possess only that sort ;of negative or passive virtue, wliicli, < while 'it may. not often cure disease, will seldom •ondanger. life. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is. equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtuo which will not tolerate the presence of diseaso or impure blood or. humours m tho. human system, where it is used, and thus it is that it always ofteets complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Holloway's OiNTarKNT and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. TJuvaryiug suc cess attends all who .treat diseases according to.: the simple printed directions wrapped round chch pot and box. They are invaluable to tho young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers lifo. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and triHinff expense will enable tlie moat .diffident to conduct any case to a liapp'y issue without exposing secrot infirmities to anyone. OTARAVILLA COCOA. — Taylor BR...

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FRIENDS. (Liberal Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

FRIENDS. (Liberal Review.) ) As n rulo friendships do not last ,a lifotitno. Tlio youths who swoar that itlioy will bo frionds until (ho grave claims ono of tbom generally" find itbomsolves separated oro tho moridian of existence has boon passod." Somo limo ,^tbq. sevorauco. .between them is abruptfa'nd Hh'o result Vf some foolish quarrel, but more frequently it is gradual and couscqueut upon circum stances ovor which tlioy liavo no cou t.rol or the fact that either or both of tlioir natures liavo so changed that the two have eeasod to bo sympathetic. Tho decay of a friendship rimy com mence and steadily progress for a long timo beforo it is noticed oven by those most interested, and Iho elmncos arc that in nine cases out of ton the fcieuds themselves will decline to irecpgniso; tho full import of such symptoms of decay as may,ipreseut themselves;. Nor is this surprising. No man of sentiment likes to think: that ho is ceasing to bo truo to tho friends of his youth, and thus ho is le...

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MEN AND WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MEN AND WOAIEN. '..-.'One of the pieces of sarcasm most ifreqnontly hurled at mankind by tlio ilndies of tlio creation is "Yes, j'ou ;mon ! if your little finger aches yon ;think you'ro going.to die ; but no. one. knows what wo women suffer.", This is wittily illustrated by " Attica " in 'tlio Melbourne Punch. "I paid a morning call this week. Tlio lady of the house came into tlio drawing-room and asked mo to oxeuso hor for a fow minutes. 'The fact is,' said sho, in ex planation, 'my husband is suffering from lumbago, and 1 am just going to administer a remedy that tlio '-'doctor has ordered ! I told bor,-of course, hot to mind ino, and look upJa book while slio wont on lier orrand:: of morcy. In a low minutos I hoard the most unearthly serenins.thnt ever;pro. cecded from a human throat. It thrilled my blood to listen to tlio n'goniaing heart-rending shrieks; and nothing but a stern sonso of propriety pro von ted ,mof. from, .rushing, to ,tlio,bod room to "see"if 11 coilld' ronder a...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MELBOURNE IJVE STOCK MAltKET. (WKIINHSIIAV, OcTOlimt 13.) Fat Cattle.—1,01!) liu.nl wcro yarded for tho week's supply, tho greater portion of which wore fiom tlio north, and consisted uhiolly of primo and Rood quality. There was a fair demand, and the prices realised wero about equal to last week's rates, l'riino pens of bullocks sokl from £12 to ■■CI3 7s Gd ; good do, from i' 1 () 1 Oh to £11 10s; Boeoml do, from .-CO to £10; inferior, from ,C7 10s ; best pens of cows, from £!) to £10 2s (Id j others, from 10s upwards. Messrs. 3!yan and Hammond have sold from Groongal Btation, liiverina, 50 cows, at from XS 0a to £10 7s Od, and 103 bullocks, at from £11 7s Gd to £13 7a Gtl; afewsingjo bullocks to £15. Messrs. Stratford Strettlo aue Co. sold 53 for'Metfsrs. Fynn, Delaney, and Alexander, Messrs. Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co. sold 225 bullocks for Messrs. Angus liobcrtson and Uros-, Yarra bee. Messrs. iiichard Gibson and Co. sold 151 bullocks for Mr. William Pearson, Jul many-park, ...

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HOME OPINION ON ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. (The Standard). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

HOME OPINION ON ANNEXATION ! OP NJD^ GUINEA..) ,, j That tho peoplo of' Australia^ should already begin to thirst "for-' "fresh fiolds and pastures nejv," and bocorne I eager for additional pi'ovincos-"1tovbo annexed and mQroislandsto^governi'is: a phenomenon which may well puzzlo some of our home politicians;1 -"Gon-' trary to what wo might expect to. be the case, it is tho young and thinly popula'ted/courih'y whibli is .seized with the swarming fever—which is discon tented witji (;its .bouridaries—fwhich ; is pager for more territoiy. While we at home, with our.; teeming, millions, riro trying to porsuado ourselves that. dm' day of empire is past,1 and: onr genius lor colonisation is spent, 16 is. from Australia, where 'somo million and a half of our .popple possess a whole continent, two-thirds thd sizo!bf Enrope, ofr illimitable r.esourcqs,, ,nndj ricli'in overy'kind of natural wealth^ that the cry is raised .for, new colonies.; Annexation", which is a word ungrate-' fill to Bri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL." „ GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WARE-1 HOUSES, MELBOURNE. E. GOLDSBHOUGH AND CO. BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the .Australian Colouies, Tasmania, and NcwZealaud, that their Warehouses aro .no\v reaily ,for the lieccption and Sale of 'Wool during, the Season, and that lliey, aro xiropared to make LIBERAL ;OASH ADVANCES, ON FAvbuiiAULIS TKHMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale in tills 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 011 the Tuesday following. They acb as'Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely oil 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 mid 1 Display of Wool to the bust advantage, the Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms ...

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INJUSTICE OF OUR INTESTATE LAWS. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

INJUSTICE OF OUR INTESTATE J ' J iLA W S " ■■ :-ixh. ilfWcho:-) '&■; V The 'hardship'',of our ;< intestate liuvs was illustrated' tbo 'other day 'in' the caso of a widow( ,wliojsoughtjtoi prove a debt in the Insolvent Court. The debt was for a few.pounds,s'and'the dividend sho would get 'froio-it would probably be still smaller;'' 'And"yet she could not prove her claim, because sho had not. taken out lolters,.of ad ministration. Time twas allowed;> but it seemed .'questionable whethor ;it would be worth the''widow's' while to go to the cost of (thjs legal; process to recover the amount she was-likely to i o b tu in(f;Is 111 o t ith is a", ca se of 're a I hardship ?j and as it, probably .is but one i6l(,others' 't:hai{1 occui'V ouclifc not the. consideration ^ofc'a romody.to ira : inodiato'y engage the attention of our .'legislators'?'" Doubtless,'foiv vev.y,'good, reasons, it is required: that there.should bo legal proof of the right to adiniius-. tor the aflu...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

. , < . WEEKLY CALEND AR.; Days op Week. Sun. Rises Sets. Moos. Rises Sets. Wednesday .. 5 n « fi 4 as 4 8 14 Thursday 5 22 0 10 b a 4 U7 ir> Friday' '. 1 0 21 0 10 (1 f>4 5 ft i(j Saturday .. .. 5 2(1 li 11 8 7 5 33 17 Sunday , ... r> k « If J> «? 6 15 lb Monday r> if «i: 10 ft 57 ii) Tuesday 5 1(J 0 14 11 43 7 51 , Moon's. I'uahes.—Octobeii, First Quarter ■ Friday, 8th, 2.10 a.m. Full Moon—Friday, 15th, 9.19 a.m. Last Quarter—Friday, 22nd, 0.18 a.m. Now Moon—Friday, 20t!i, 3.18 p.m.

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A TOUR THROUGH THE BOGAN BACK BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

A TOUR THR'OtJG-H THE BOGAN" ■ BACK BLOCKS. yfihdcnr.flintjii^orieaj/'i/raMjj-' It is "now ton - yours ago since I paid my first visit to that then unknown and untrnvolled region, yclopt tho •5Back/Blocks,'-5 a waterless wasto™of territory lying ;bot\v<jiori .{tho /Xmcbliui and -Bognn "vivoFs ; and as my travels^ vvero ofton mnrkod by advontures and incidents so difForont to tlioso mot with in the prosent/dayby parsons; visiting tho sarae^looality,-! thought perhaps a few rough notes rospecting tbdin might not bo unintorosting to your readers. Well,-it \vns^in|thory;oar of graco, 1865ft that I ftvas .induced, on behalf of a Melbourno firm, to seek for tlioir flocks and herds ' fresh fields and pusturos new.' , For some time previously/ "they ,1 ba'd 'j bopli) inconve niently crowded in' the smaller colony of Victoria, and hore it was premised thoy would have.' ample breathing room, and spaco would bo afforded for extension, whioh was impossible,south of thchSIuurayJ l^jtj...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

THE * Tills is truo liberty, when frcoborn men, Unving to adviso tho publlo, raay speak free." Milton, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1875. Truly the Hon. 'William Fobsteb is n .wonderful, man,, . There appears to be no'limit to tlio eccentricities of his character. Ho is a consummate master among tho'ordinary run of mankind, and soars abovo thorn' not only by the magnitude of his intellect, but by the 1 unparalleled audacity of his insolence. Tho residents of the Murrumbidgco District ave, unfortunately for thom sejyes, too well aware that the hon. gentleman hasdono them a grievousin jury: by taking his departure from this colony,. and taking with him at the samo time tho seat which was generously given to him by this electorate. . But Mr, PoRS'fEit was evidently hot satisfied with disfran chising a district. Ho added a gross insult to the injury by ignoring in the most impudently cool manner, his con. stitueuts.' Without consulting them in any way whatever or even alluding to them in his p...

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A NEW EXPLORING EXPEDITION. (The Brisbane Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

A NEW EXPLORING EXPEDI TION'. (The llrlibanc Courier.) The Government exploring aud prospecting expedition will bo des patched northward per Florence Irv ing, for tue purpose of examining the country between the Ethoridgo gold field and tlio Cloncurry,, and tbo country lying to tbo south-west of Cloncurry. The expedition will bo under the leadeoship of Mr. W. i 0. Hodgkinson, Into M.L.A. for tbo Burke district, who will tako with him, as second in command, Mr. Kuyser (at present mining surveyor at the Ethoridgo), tliroo olhor white mon, a black boy, and fifteen or six toon horses. Tbo wholo of tbo party, with Ihe exception of Mr. Kayser (who will join at Georgetown), to gothor with tlio ontiro complement of horses, aud tbo major portion of tbo 8toresi;iwill».>loi>vo>-.JJi,isl)niioi'togeUior,v| and procoed to Port Dcnison by | steamer. Horo tlicy will land, taking in supplementary supulies, and slarl ovorlnnd for Geoigetriwn—np.distnucc of 550 miles—ivliscb is to bo the pomt...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, OCT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON. Oct. 12. The steamer Edinburgh has sailed with the shore eiuls of the submarine cable to be laid between New South Wales and New Zealaud. The deep-sea portion leaves early iu Novem ber.' . The Strathmore, from London to Otago, has been out ovea 170 days, aud has not been heard of. Tho Ministry at the Capo of Good Hope has summoned an extraordinary session of Parliament, to cousider the li)arl of Carnar von's proposal for federation. The French Government have ordered the formation of a territorial army of 120,000 men. Oct. 13. The St* Osyth arrived to-day. The Republican candidate has been elected Governor of the State of Ohio, signally de feating the democratic candidate. The result is important, as indicating tho future financial policy of tho Uuion. THE CZxUUWITOII STAKES. Dukeof Parma .... ...1 Pageant ... ... ... 2 Perplex ... . ... ... 3 (rROM!:OUR OWN^ CORnESPONDISNXS.) SYDNEY, Fbiday Night, An attempt w...

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SAFE. (Macmillan. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

( Macmillan. Saw? ? Tho battle-field of lifo Seldom knows a pause 111 stnfo. : - .. JSvery path is sot with snares, . . ;'' Every joy is crossed by cares. Brightest morn hiis darkest nighty' ! 1 • - Fnivesfc bloom lina quielvost blight. ' Hopo lias but a transient-gleam, Xove is but a passing dream, Trust is Polly's helpless waif; Whoduvo call their dearest safe ? * But thou, though peril loom afar, ■■■What liast thou to do with war ? Let thp wild stream ilood its brink, There's no bark of thine to sink. Let falsehood weuvo.its subtle net, :< Thou art dono with vain regret. let Fortune frown, and friends grow strange, Thou lins passed the doom of change. We plan and struggle, mourn and chafe,; Safe, my darling, dead, and safo !

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION-. v. HKPOR'i'S. • "-U * AJ>VKHTI.sRU Ol'JICP,, : * Friday Evening. Tub long ran- of dry weather was weather was broken-up on Saturday night last by one of-the severest storms wc have hart for a long time. For an hour or so the storm raged with perfect fury—hail fell in great quantities, and the rain came down in torrents. The change was welcomed, "as the country was showing great want ...of. ruin.. From our exchanges we learn that at Dubbo, according to the Uispateh. dry weather was ruling. Feed is abundant and fresh, and stock, of all descriptions is ' arc looking remarkably well. The shearing is pretty well finished lower down the river, mid the clip, it is pleasing to know, has ful filled all the expectations. The ilecce this year has been remarkably clean, well grown, and heavy* It was generally thought that tho clip would be good, bnt it was not1 dreamt that it would be so satisfactory as it has turned out. The quality of tho wool this year is encour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joiat 'Stock Ban!?, Fitzmaurico-, i-1 f-r "• Coinmcrciol Bank, Gurwood'Streefc ; , PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Morgan O'Connor, near. Hospital, Erasmus Wrcnj/Xichbome Buildings John Fonsworth; Criterion Hotel, Fitz maurice-street William Large, GuvwoocVstrecfc .. , T- C. Hiilns, Australian Hotel. i SOLICITORS : Fitzliardingo and Sous, Excliango Buildings, i • Fitzmauricc-strcefe. .. - . .../ I J. R, Garland, Fitzmauriee-strceb ,. • • I ARCHITECTS: J?. H.iNixon, Traill-streot J. Gordon, Gunvood-street G. Skepperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : "Wilkinson, Hann, Miiielnu, and Co., JFitz niauricestrcet ■ . Oliver, Movlcy, and Tompson, Fitzmaurice street-1 r ■ G; A. Elliot (1?., R., and Co.), Fitzmaurice . v . .. street ■■■■■■ ■ ■■ ■ 1 ■' Geo.' Mair (E;, E., and Co.,), Fitzmiiurico 1 street . 1 ; A. T. Bolton (Dnl. Campbell, Heplmrn, and Co.), Ktzmaurioo-street LAND AGENT: John Bontley, Fitzinaurico-stroot: ....

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MELB0UKNJ3 WOOL MARKET. (WjJDXESDAX, OciODElt 13.) • Messrs, Hastings Cuuningham & Co report —Wool.—There has been no business of importance transacted (hiring the week, only ^small lots of scoured and odd parcels of ; greasy haviug been offered for sale. The demand for those descriptions continues amongst the fcUmongers, and consignments can bo readily disposed of at full rates. • Quotations,* as usual of late, aro nominal. Wo liavo received into store largo instalments of the new clip, and aro advised of con siderable quantities being in transmit to town, which will be speedily to hand should there be a continuation of the present dry weather to cause the country to become in a linn state for the carriage thereof. Sheep skins.—The regular sales during the past week were attended by the usual number of buyers, but competition was rather languid and the general tone of the market was lower. Wo quote green skins, 4s to Gs 6d cach, and 7s for best ; dry skins, to Gs each ; sta...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MESSRS.WILKINSON-,' JIANN, MINCIIIN, AND CO.'S ltKl'OKT. Fat Cattlk.—No large lota arc coining for ward. and busiacss is entirely conliued to the local consumption. Wc havo sold 50 bullocks for Mi*. A. Davidson, of Bnllen bong, and 80 cows for Mr. James Itndd, of Wagingobcrrimby, to Mr. Warmoll. Fat Sukep.—Wc have several large lots of unshorn saltbush wethers now on hand, but tho demand is still very dull. We have sold 500 wethers for Mr. A. David son, of Bullenbong. to Mr. Warmoll. Stouk Cattlk.—Wc have to note a brisker tcndcucy, especially among our district buyers. Any small lots coming forward are easily disposed of, either privately or , i j by auction. Our sales have been — 50 bead of bullocks for Mr. A. Mackenzie to Messrs. Bowenand M'Alister, and 75head mixed cattle at auction for Mr. Itobert M'lntyre ; also, 0 head of Hereford heifers ;y , on account of Mr. S. M. Swift, of Tumut. Stork Sheep.—The late rains havo had a marked effect on this market. Buyers appear more cnger...

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