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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

IMPOUNDING!]. TfN aim? CitKUK.—On tlic 23rd September,-1875, * from ;Yarra Yami, by Mr. James M'Xawrln. smn diie at date of notice. 8s M Chestnut mare., snip,, silver mane and tail, like Tnear shoulder, little white near hhul foot, off hind leg white, saddle-marked, long ptilled tail, aped, 1U hands; bay horse, white speck off'eyo, like KW olf shoulder, collar-marked, long pulled toil, aged, 10 hands : chestnut Iiorsc, blaze in face, under lip white, Uko No. f> over Indescribable . brand liko ** near shonlder, white patch olf shonlder, collar and snddlo marked, hind feet white, enlarge ment off fore knee. long tail, aged, 10 hands. Also, on the 25th of September, from .Jerra Jerra, by Mr. '.John Burns, sum due atdatcof notice, 0s GdIJrown marc, star, tan muzzle, like W If near shoulder, like P. or scar oif shoulder, draught breed, long tall, 3 yrs, . 10-liands ; skewbald horse, blaze in face, like FIC near shoulder, bang tail, 3 years, 15? lmnds. Also, on the same dato, from Kinr...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

TOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIM i: T A Y, 1, K • (or thi: : >.AltKIVAli AND. DESPATCH OF. MAILS. ■ ,/ . •]■ .AltRIVAW. From Sun. Sfon, Tuo. Wed riui. Fri. Sat. vVW^y a.m. a.m; a. in. am a.m. a.nh a.m. Byclnoy. 0 45 •d :o 0.0 0/45 i) 45 o: 0 Tnrcutta ;0 45 ;0;45 '0:45 Junco .i;; fl 0 0 0 •Of 0 •yaaa-" 0 0 0 0 01 0 3)cnlIlqnlri;;V It 30 il; 30 ri'so n:30 Uratia'.V U 30 11 30 u an 11'. 30 .8^30 8 30 .'rr.-'j ' • I - Nurandora'.. <8 30 8 30 p.m. p.m. p.m; p.m. p.m. p.'m'. p.m. Allmry;';'/; 70 •7; 0 7' 0 7 0 7 1 0 7j 0 Cookamlina.. ,7i 7':0 7 0 '■7;. 0 7 n ■7:<i0 7i 0 Clarendon . fl 30 0:30 UKPAUTUURS ' " ' 9 ( C-i For; •. . Sun. Mon. ■J:ue. Wed 'J 111! Fri: Sat. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. : p.m. Sydney;. 3 0 3 15 2 45 3 15 2 '45 3,15 Tarcutta 3 0 2 45 2 46 J : • 3»15 pTtinco .. .. 3 lf> 3 ir> \;isa.. 3 15 3.15 3 15 Duulhquln .. 10 45 10 45 70 45 10 Mr. Urann. .. .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10,45 Jlay 2 0 2 0 Narandcra . 2 0 2 0 a.m. Albury.. .. 0 0 0 0 G 0 0 ' 0 0 0 ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TOWN PLATE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

TOWN PLATE HANDICAP. •Mr. T. Ivory's br h Sterling, 5 yra . • .. 8 10 .Mr. T. mid A. ChirnBidc'a br g Haricot, 6 yrs 8 1J • Mr. G. LJvingstono's b o Scan. Mag., 4 yra • 8 4' Messrs. T. and A. Cliirnaido's b g Nimrotl.'O' . • • yrs 7 12 Mr. J. Coldliam's b it Break o' Day, 0 yra • 7 10 Mr. J. Coldliam's b It Sunlight, 0 yra • 7 10 Mr. Glms. KdghiUJs b h Cassio, 0 yra 7 5 Mr. O. Livingstone's blk f Barmaid. 4 yra 7 2 Mr. II Kctt's eh g Planet, aged 7 o : Mr. W. Archer's b Ii Bunvood, 6 yra 7 2 Mr. II. Kett's g g SnowdcH, 0 yw 7 2 Mr. J. K. Warby's b or br c l'olidarl, •{ yrs ' 7' 0 < Mr. T. Ivory's br h West Australian, 0 yrs . ,i' "7«; 0 • Mr. Thos. Downing'* b h Nightcloud, fi yrs 0 12 Mr. .Tames Boberts's b f Miss Jano, 0 yrs (18 Mr. II. Kett's b h Terror, 4 yra .. 0 7 Messrs. Uovven and M'Alistor'e ch m Alico May '.V 4 yrs 0 0 Messrs. Bowen and M'Alister ns ch c Towong, • ' 3 yrs .. .. ,. ,. '' 0 1 Mr. J. Tail's b h Connaught, 3 yra 1 0 0 J!r' T," 1Arow'1'8 b s Highland...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MUKRLTMBIDGEE TOM? CLUB. Tho following acceptances (or tlio imdoi' montioned events wore declared yestor day:— ' ..! ■ . . GRAND STAND HANDICAP. " Messrs. T. and A. Clilrnsldo's b # Haricot, 0 yra 8 8 Messrs. T. and A, Ohirnaldo's b g Nimrort, Gyra 710 Mr. J. Coldham'a b h Break o' Day, (J yra Mr. J. Coldham'a b h Sunlight, 0 yrs Mr. "\V. Archer's b h Bunvood, C yra Mr. Chas. EdghiU's b*h Casslo, fl yra Mr. J. E. Wurbyjs b or br c Polidori, -1 yrs Mr. H. Kelt's ggSnowdeu, Uyrs.. Mr. II. lCett's ch g Planet, aged .. Mr. II. J. Howler's b c Torchlight, 1 yra Mr. T. Ivory's brli West Australian, 5 yra Mr. TIioji. Downing's b h Is'Jghtcloud, 0 yra Mr, Jas. Roberts's b f Miss Jane 5 yra Messrs. Bowen uml M'Alistcrna ch c Towong, _ Mr. A. Boyle's g g CImncolior, B yra 1". " " ^ Mr. It. G rovesnor'a blk h Kingston, Oyra Mr. J. Tait'a b b Couuaught, 3 yra ..0 2 Mr. U. W. T. Brown's b g lllghland Chief, nged 5 lli Messrs. Bowen and M'Aliator'a ch m Zclinda, 3 Sir. Win. Ilutton na b o WaUool ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

SPES2AL WOTIOES. PRINCE OP WALES' BIRTHDAY. GRAND PICNIC AND BALL. • rPHE Members of the Wnggn Wugga Band JL .will give a GRAND PICNIC 011 tho : abovo day. In tbe evening a BALL-m ill tnko placo at the Masonic Hn\l.v /Full particulars in future isBue. PIANO. IOR SALE; a Firsfc-clasa PIANO, ^ in good order, by Ckappell. Price £55. T. HARRTSON, . Secretary rb.t A. T. BOLTON. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS arc invited for the croction of nn ASSEMBLY ROOM for the Sons of Temperance, Wagga Wngga. Plans, &c,, can lio seen at the office of the undersigned, to whom tenders aro to bo sent in not later than OCTOBER 28th 1875.. • GEO. SHEPPARD, \ Architect. Criterion Hotel Buildings, \Vagga. STORE -BULLOCKS. VTTILIilNSON, IIANN, MINC HIN, & >, V V CO. have for Private Sale, now travel ling on tlio Bland, to arrive in \Vagga about tho 2Gth inst.— 370 very well-bred Store Bullocks, all over 3 years and under 6, in splendid; condition, many of them being fat,; large-framed, good colours,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

"WAWTED. WANTED, TEAMS, to draw Timber from tlio Currawavna Saw Alilly. Apply T. IIODSON, or afc fcho Mills, ' ' -000.0' 1 WANTED,. TWO DHOVING SHEP PEIIDS, with horses preforreil. Apply A. G. JONES. WANTED, a, SMARTi BOY, for fclio Caah Desk. Apply to - F. KOPEK, nlo.c . . ; s. m.t . WAN'L'Eb;1 TEN GOOD NAVVlls^ ; Is. por hour. Apply ' COOPEll & BELL, (^po ot Hobilou mid Sons, •••••£ •-■■■; •• i Uogoltlrio. Ot.tll '■ ' ■■■■■ " ■■ I) LACKSMITH WA NT ED. Apply ) to • DENIS KAVANAGJI . Sobastopol., WANTED, SAWYEUS,; to :out- iibniiu foot o£ (Jtun ; gnoil , pricojy given. Apply to v WILLIAM l'lULLU'ii.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

J'l'EUS OF NEWS. Tjik acceptances for the Grand Stand and Town Plato Handicaps closed on Thursday last, and it will be seen that there arc twenty left in for the Grand Stand, and twcnty-oiiu for the Town Plate. The acceptances may he considered satisfactory; the quality of tho horses left in is good, and should furnish fair fields for each race. Several horses that wo looked for, viz., Sonneteer, The Wizard, Coquette, Emperor, and Banjo arc among the non-acceptors. Mr. John Tait has accepted for both raccsjwitli Counaught, withdrawing Melbourne and ltose D'Amour. Connaught, we remarked on tho publication of the weights, as being very lightly iu. We hope that both the horse and his sporting owner will put in an appearance, aud should they do so, they are certain to bo gladly welcomed. Mr. C. B. Fisher did not accept with either Don Giovanni or Improver. Mr. Chirnsido we may look forward to as most likely to come, having accepted with Haricot aud Nirarod for both events. Mr. Coldhaui ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

AIUUVAL OP THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY. Fjiidav. The Suez Mail arrived at Adelaide yester- I day. The following-arc the only items not I anticipated by cable. The Puke of Edinburgh has been hand- ! somoly entertained in Russia by his father- j in.law, and has beeu to Finland ou a hunting ; expedition, He inspected the ports of Crou- 1 stadt under the Czar's guidance, and visitad Nigiri Trugovod (?) where he was warmly re ceived by the inhabitants and presented with the freedom of the city. The foot and mouth disease is Bproading rapidly throughout England and Ireland. Several cattle shows have been relinquished in consequence. Meanwhile stringent re strictions threaten to stop importations from the continent, Owing to the wholesale slaughtering at Deptford, only one case of disease was detected. Birmingham is busy manufacturing .war material. , Large consignments of small arms are ex pected from Germany, and 10,000 Martini* Henry rllles for Japan. Four hundred million cartridges are being...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of tlio Council was held on Thursday. Present—Tlio Mayor, Aldermen Bolton, Cummins, Hardy, and Mumford ; Aldermen Wall ami Jenkins apologised, ami Aldermen Bergin aud For syth woro lined 5s, eaoh. The minutes aiul copies of tho outgoing correspondence having been road, tho Coun cil Clork read tho following letters received : From tho Minister for Works, in roply, refusing tho application of tho Council for tho control of the wharf constructed by tho (jovcrnmcnt; from Secretary of Finance and Trado, requiring statement of rates col* lccted, with a view to appointmont of on dowinent; from Messrs. Poravlh and Mr. Daniel !3oon, drawing attention to tho stato of Kineaid-atreet at tho intersection of FitzmauricO'Strect, and asking for culverts. A report was read from tho Inspector of Nuisances explanatory of tho refusal of householders to sign guarantee to uso oarfh closets ; and of curtain nuisiinccs iu tlio yard* of boarding houses, kept by Abraha...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 October 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Tho following most; interesting paragraph wo extract from the Central Australian .— "Another of our Darling squatters, we arc glitd to hear, is laying the foundation of a firat-clasa herd of cattle. We refer to Mr. Sydney Smith, who has lately purchased a number of splendid heifcrsfroin MrM'Dougall and which are in calf to Field-Marshal Booth; and to give you an idea of how tho owner prizes the animnl, lie has refused to take iu cows at less than 100 guineas, and in his own words, ho lias twice refused a higher offer for him than has even before been mado for a short-horn bull anywhere under Heaven." We congratulate Mr. Smith on the possession of such treasures! Shorthorn breeders will regret to learn says tho Argus, that Mr. llichard Morton, tho well-kuown breeder of shorthorns, who is now on a visit to the old country, has been prevailed upon by his relations there to remain for a term of years, with a view to benefit his health. Under these circum stances ho has de...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

HOMEOPATHIC COCOA.—This original preparation, which has attained such a world-wide reputation, is manufactured by Taylor JJhotiikus, under the ablest homeo pathic advice, aided by the skill and ex perience of the inventors, and will be found to combino in ail eminent degece the purity, lino aroma, and nutritious property of the fresh nut. SOLUBLE CHOCOLATE, made in one minute without boiling* Tho above articles are prepared exclusively by Taylok Bhotiikks, tho largest manufacturers in Europe, and sold in tin-lined packets only by Storekeepers and others all over the world. Steam Mills, Brick Lane, London. Export Chicory Mills, Bruges, Belgium. ON SALE jgY THE UNDERSIGNED EX VICTORIA Bolts and Nuts, all sizes Hook and Eye Hinges Engineers Hammers Farriers' do Hi vetting do Claw do Spalling do Masons' do Napping do ; , Galvanised Wire clothes lines Mattlieson's Augurs, J to Mattlieson's Bits, \ inch Navvy Shovels ' Tar Buckets . Sharp's Axes : (i!-: Brick Trowels, 13 inch ; Wire Nails...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

Positivk Virtues.—The most of tho so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Bhistol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will n'jt tolerate the presence of discaso at Wpuro blood or humours iu tho humau system, where it is used, and thus it is that it always cfleets complcto and lasting cures.—A; uvr. MARAVILLA COCOA. — T. 1YL0R BR0Tiu:iis(the largestManufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having tiio exclusive aupj ily of tliis unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Parity—fine Arc «ma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining i\^»ver— Easiness of Digestion and especially', high delicious flavour. Ono trial will establi sh it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon and a soothing refreshment aft or a late evening. N.B.—Caution—"Marave lla" is a registered Trade Mark. MARAVIIiIiA COCOA—TheG lobe sa...

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DEPARTURE OF MRS. GOODENOUGH. (Melbourne Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

DEPARTURE OP MRS. GOODENOUGH. ( Melbourne Herald.) Money Wigrara and Sons stenrusbip the Durham, left Sandridge Railway nier punctually at noon to-day. An enormous crowd bad assembled to see ber off, thronging tbo end of the pier and the bowB of the ship Renown, which was lying opposite. Mrs. Goodenough, widow of Commodore Goodenough, was a passenger by tbo Durham, bat, carrying oat her original i-esolvo, sho did not leave H.M.S. Pearl until tbo Durham had arrived noarly abreast of it on the way down stream. The Pearl lies about half a mile from Sandridge pier. When the time camo for Mrs. Goodenough to take ber leave, tbo officers and men of the vessel gathered around tier on the main deck, bidding her good-bye, and her two boys. A great deal of feeling was manifested, and many of the honest sailors were in tears, as also was Mrs. Goodonougli. Captain Hastings said to tbe men that the widow of their beloved commander felt deeply the affection they had shown to bis memory and to her....

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BUSHRANGING AGAIN! (Western Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

BUSHRANGING AGAIN ! ( Western Independent.) Great oxcitomcnfc was experienced throughout the districts in consequence of rumours that tho Orange coach carrying tho mails, nnd which leaves Orange at 'A p.m. Imd boon stuck up by an tit-mod and veiled bushranger, about five miles from Oraugo and uear Luck now. On making enquirios we found that tho report was too true. Tho fol lowing is all that wo, at presont, can ascertain respecting tho dastardly at tempt at murder and dostvuction of property. Tho coach drawn by six horses driven by that experienced whip, Denny Doyle, started from Orange at tho usual hour 4 p.m. with tho mail, and some 12 passengers, and bad proceeded as far as Mr. W.Carroll's paddock, just past his residence, when a man, with a white calico vail over tho upper part of his face, and with a revolver or pistol in bis hand, made a rush towards the coach arid called upon the driver to stop, and almost at tho same moment fired the pistol at the driver, tho ballet whizzing...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

SANDHUKST. Messrs. Powers, Ruthcrforcl nud Co. re port Fat Cattle.—G74 yarded, consisting principally of two liotliern mobs, ohieily good. useful beef, witli a large proportion of prirno, altogether the best quality forward for some time past. There was a good attendance of the trade, yot tho market was dull through out, and last week's rates wero not main tained. We quotp—Beef, 20s to 24s per 1001b, and have sold for Mr. J. J. Bnrtropp aud others, 78 head, mostly stores, at mar ket rates. Fat Sheep.—5,048 penned,. being nearly all of medium quality and stores. For best description:!, fair prices ivero ob tained, ;\Vo lmvo sold 2,089 at quotations, which aro—wethers/ 1 Is to 15s ; ewes, 9s to • 128. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

Holloway's Pills. — Swimmiug of the liead, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of Jasaitudo and exhaustion, r.ro infallible indications of a torpid Btomnch and general sluggishness of the secretive orgaus and the circulation. But it is not therefore ncccBsary to scud for a doctor. A course of Holloway'e great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both tbo body and the mind with unwonted energy. Every animal iluid will be purified, every obstruction in tbo evacua- i tory channels swept away, every organ re generated. These may seem to bo strong statements, but the testimony of tho sick of all nations is their sourco and basis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

Special, Advertisemoats. ...Wool. < H A.STINGS CUNINGI-IAM AND CO., WOOMEOKBES, STOCK' AND STATION AGENTS, ATJSTK A.LA SIAN WOOL STOKES, • Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowcrs of the Murrurabidgee, Lachlau, and Barling districts that we are prepared to makeliberal advances on the moat favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cup or Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensivo additions,to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity lias been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as we strictly confine onr business to that of SELLING BilOKEIlS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchaso 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. All wools, &c. Coming forward coastwi...

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IN-BREEDING. (Live Stock Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

IN-BREEDING. (Live Stock JonrnaL ) | Id briefly considering what is really I meant by fclio axiom that " like begets like," we may observe that the task of [ tbe breeder would be simple, short, and easy were his attention directed only to some single point; bat as it is not so—as he must consider many points, some of which are by no maaua correlated—it is renlly beset with many difficulties. One of those is wbat wo call dormant tendencies; and perhaps tho next mast conspicuous ono lies in the fact that somo auinial ho would gladly select for somo point ho desires. Wo are spoaking, of course, concerning tho wore preliminary stages; later on, when tho work is done, these marked deficiencies do not—or nt least shuuld not—appear. Now,under such circumstances aslliose, when any breeder, who had learnt, something of the principles of big art, obtained, partly by skill and partly by good fortuue, soino animal which to bis oyos presented perflation in nearly all points, knowing- as ho did t...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

■ AV E K KL Y'CA LEN' I) All. Hays'or: SVeek. 'S/ "Wednesday •,>. v > T*iiir«fli»v' * ' ' ' • A 1 " Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday II.M. A.M.I .0 15 / ^',i 0 1U 12 42 0 17 -1 32| 0 17 0 IB *2 43) U 11) 3 12 C 20 3 m .. f Moott's PlIAHES.—OuTOBBII. . Tirat Quarter • 1'riday, Stb, 2.10 a.m> Full MoouT-friday, 15th, 0.10 a.m., Last Quaitcr—VrUliiy, 22nd, ,0.18. a.m. Now JUoon—Friday, 'JUtli, tf.18 p.m.'

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PETITIONING PARSONS. (Stockwhip). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 20 October 1875

PETITIONING PARSONS. (Stockwhip). We record, as a remarkable and in. structivo fact, that during the past week do loss than two persons Lave applied for employment to the pro prietor of this paper. Surely the Stockwhip can scarcely ho the infidel orgau which its enemies assert it to be when a brace of Christian chiefs are candidates for its editorial chair ? Weput the fact without rain-glory— rather with shame, for wo are not ambitious of deserving the approval of parsons—but surely it is an instructive fact, and one that awakens stratigo thoughts as to the character of that "piety" which such-men,profess. 'Oiie/ of these person^ Has just returned fromWagga. Previous to his jour ney,thither ho offered us his services for Ten Pounds per week, and said that he' bad every known theory of Theology at his fingers ends ; but wo considered his appearance unpleasant, his ability slender, and his price ex orbitant. Since his return from Wagga "Wagga lie has moderated his notions as to value,...

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