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CRICKET. WAGGA V. NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

c! ii I c K E t. •Wagga' v. Newtown. This match. was . brought to a cl6so,.oii Saturday, the former team winning by 34 rims only, owing to the fino innings played: by J. Galvin. We were glatl to note, that the fielding on Saturday was considerably better than that exhibited at the commence ment of the match. Besides Galvin's in nings of 75, Toinpsou with 57 and Dnrio with 50, played free innings (run out) re spectively; Dargin hit away powerfully for' 22,: not out; Mackinnon played pa tiently for 14, and O'Brien a neat innings for 17, The bowling was again not up to first eleven form. It will ' be, obsei vetl; that the Newtown men played with five'inew < inen iu their second innings. ^Following-is > the full score.. ... Newtown - V - r- --/. Ist ItmingB, .... •. ^ .f ~ ; T. Galvin c Patrick b GowIIand..... 31*. 'WillunsbMackinnon.... . ..'22. Kelly run out. ; »■:: i..:; .7 Daley b Tompson, .j .;,r- v". J.: Galvin not out -.T.. 20 ilair b'Toinpsoij.. • ; ':i. l'itzhardi...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

PASTORAL MEMS.^ Mr. A. T. Bolton . lias sold at auction 54 f.'ifc cows at £7, mid 210 bullocks .it oil account of Mr, William M'Nicol, of Lake Cowal.-j and, for same owner, 3 suporior young ljulls ; for Mr. Charles Martin, 20 head steers and heifers. . - Mr. J. Brewer, of Merri, Mcrrigalj has ■ purchased 7000 maiden ewes from Mr. T. aud S. Learmonth, of Groongal ; and 3500 owes from Messrs.: Wraggo: and ''Bonnie, of Wardry. ; Messrs. W., II., M., and Co., (Hay branchy agents. Mr. John Stewart has taken delivery of Bygoo station from Messrs. Holloway and Sons, with 10,500 sheep,- plant, &c. Mr. A. T. Bolton (Dal. C., H., and Co.), agent. Delivery will ho taken by ,Mr. Armstrong on the 2nd proximo of tlib 10,000 young owes purchased by Messrs. "Ross; -Ramsay, and Co., of Narrow; Plains, from; Messrs.. Osborne, of Momalong. Mr. Armstrong will, tako those sheep to their destination— Cobang, Forbes. > Mr. G: Mair: (E., IS:, and. Co.), agent. Mr. E. Aslicroft, of Tootal, has so...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

J THAIS OF NEWS. By rcferenco to our London telegrams it will be observed that the death of Sir Charles Cowper, our Agent-General, is an nounced. This has happened opportunely lor the Hou, William Forster, who will now succeed him without a doubt. Consequently we may look forward shortly to another election in this district. A brief notice of Sir Charles Cowper's life, taken from the Argus* appears in another column. At the Police Court on Monday before the : P.m., Hugh Kelly was sent to gaol for 3 months for indecent exposure, and James Budd charged with using obsceno language, was fiucd 5s. James Thompson charged with stealing a saddle, was remanded to the 1st November. On Tuesday, a uumber of boys named Thomas Tilden, James Castles, Nicholas Spice, George 1 Andcrsou, Edward Drake, and Edward Bay, were severally summoned on the in formation of Constable King for haviug been of a number of persons assembled on the ; : Lord's day playing at Cricket. The defend ants with the exceptio...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUA'UliA. [l'HOJI OUIt OWN COitltHSrOXWiN'i'.l ' Y'-i'v' At tlio hind sale in G'ootnnuindra 011 Tues day last, the 10Hi inst., about tiventy lota wcro sold from twenty to sixty poll mis, averaging about forty pounds caoli. Sections 10, 12, and SI), near tlio Mill, sold at upset price, Mr. O'Uonnell being tlio .principal pur-, chaser. O110 of tlio subjects of town talk in Ooota' mmulra is tlio mnrringo about to tnko place of two daughters of an old and respected ^ settler named Malicr, to two yuluig men." ' of ,tho town, Mr. Julin Quiulan ,and _Miv UMiotnas Webber. A testimonial is to be presented to Serjeant. McGco by tlio' townspeople ami oilier resi deiits before ho leaves the district for.Mur* rumburrah. An accident happened to the down mail from Mumiinburrah to \Vaggu. on I uoaday. night, shortly after leaving Gootuniunclra., Thecoaeh was capsized,buthoscrious damage' wasdoncnntil.withmainileaud ahalfofCnnge gong',-when the driver got oil' tlietrack com lug down ...

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MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER PRINCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

MANIFEST Or THE STKAMiSIl PRINCESS. Roberts, Copland, audCo.05 bags potatoes, fiO bundles wire, 20 cases brandy, It casks choose, 1 cuso do, 1 clicst drawers, 1 table, 1 earth scoop, 1 shacklo, 1 package handles, 2 col. mills and handles, 1 roll floorcloth, 1 quarter-cask whiskey. 1 barrol ruin, 1 hint do. 1 hhd brandy, 2 quarter-casks do, J. Hud son, Waggaft casks earthenware, 2 cases hardware. T> llodson, Wticga2 bundles sashes, 1 parcel coup lings, 2 kegs nails. AV. Eastburn, "Wazga 3 wool baskets, 1 dump, 1 roll lead pipe. F. ilopcr, Wagga : —1 case mustard, 1 quarter-cask whiskey, 1 easo pro served meats X quarter-cask port, 5 cases brandy. K. Shaw 2 cases marmalade, 0 do vinegar, f> do vestus, 5 do pickles. \V. S. lleydon'. 2 pkas rims. 1 do arms, 1 do hardware, 1 do seat sticks, 2 packages axlo arms. 1 do springs. George Forsyth and Co. GO bars iron, 10 bdles do, 12 doors, 2 bundles sashes, 00 picee3 Ivaurio, in pieces red pine, 71 do shelving, 2 cases hardware, 1 churn...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

. Y^M 'VY: : THE" " This Is Into liberty, when frecborn nicn, . , . , h Having to advise tho imblio, may spunk free." • , Milton. "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER" .27, 1875. 'REPUGNANT though1 the subject be, we feel it is our duty to allude to it again when wo see attempts being made, by 'those . who ought to know better, to humbug the electors of this district ;bytbrowing dust in their eyes. We refer iii tho first instance to Mr. Fohster's manner of parting from bis constituents; and, in tho second, to the following remarks made by a "district contemporary. Says the Gun dagai Times, after referring to Mr. Forster's address and the adverse comments 'which have been ' written by us aud others—"tho supporters of Mr. Forster in this electorate should at least pause before they condemn or accuse him of selfishness and dis courtesy." Surely our contemporary must have felt that he was acting un fairly towards those to whom he was addressing his. remarks when ho jpenned the above words " Not to accus...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

.WEEKLY CALENDAK.. Days of Wkbk. Sun. Rises Sets. Moon. Ilisea Sets. i'l.t.Xi -■ '-/i...- . ' ' ••• II. M. K.M. a. sr. A.sr. 27 Wednesday .. .. ft 7 « 21 4 H 4 10 2> Thursday. • : .. • ft. fj It .22 4 2* 5 10 20 Friday ^; .. , ... 5 5 0 23 4 65 0 It no Saturday .' ft 4 0 24 ft 24 7 12 Sunday .. ; ft a t(J-2h o 67 « 11 Monday. ....... ft 2 (1 2( o 0 10 2 Tuesday ... b 1 0 27 7 20 10 0 , .Moon's Phases.—November. ' First'Quarter • Saturday, Otli, 7.50 p.m. --Fall-Moon—Saturday, 13th, 0.33 p.m. Last Quarter—Saturday, 20tli, 10.42 p.m. New Moon—Sunday, 28th, 0.4 0 n.in.

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

THP MELBOURNE CUP.| The following are tlio' acceptances for the Cup , st ib Mr. .T. Tail's br h Goldsbrough, 6 yrs ..0 4 Mr. J. "Wallis's ch 111 Calumny, 6 yrs .. .. 8 12 Sir H. Robinson's b c Kingsborough, 4 yrs .. 8 11 Mr, T. Ivory's br h Sterling, 5 yis .. ..87 Mr. J. Tait'a b h Melbourne, 4 yrs ..80 Mr. W. S. Cox's ch g Tinporlal. 6 yrs .. ..8 4 Mr. W. Filgate's b h Duntc, 5 yrs". 8 2 Messrs. T. and A. Chirnsidc.s b p Haricot, 5 yrs 8 2 Mr. G. Livingstone's b h Scan. Mag., 4 yrs .. 7 12 Mr. H. Sharp's b h Wollamai, 0 yrs ; .. .. 7 0 Mr. \\f. S. Cox's b h Benjiroo, aged .. .. 7 3 Messrs T. and A. Chirnside's b g Nimrod, C yrs 7 2 Mr. W. -Archer's b h Burwood, S yrs .. ..7 0 Mr. S. "Waldock's br h Calaba, 0 yrs .. .. 0 12 Mr. E. Jellctt's br c The Hook, 4 yr3 .. .. G 12 Mr. T. Ivory's br h "NVest Australian, 5 yrs .. 0 10 Er. "W. Pearson's br g Gloom, 5 yrs .. ..0 8 Mr. W. M'Kcnzic's bl in Coquette, 4 yrs .. 0 7 Mr. J. S. Solomon's g g The Deer, agod .. 0 4 Mr. J. 13. "Warby's b o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

MARAVILIiA COCOA.—Taylor Bkotiieiis (the largest Manufacturers of Cocoa ill Eurojio), lmviug the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison witli any other Cocoa for Purity—lino Aroma— Sanativo, Nutritive ami Sustaining Power— Easiness of Digestion ami especially, high delicious flavour. Ono trial will establish it as a favourite bovorago for breakfast, lun cheon, ni«l a soothing refreshment after n lato evening. N. B.—Caution—"Mauavilla" is a registered Trado Mai'k. MARAVILIiA COCOA.—The Globo says, '' Tavi.oii Bhotiiehs' Maravilla Cocoa line achieved a thorough success, aud super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. Jin tiro solubility, n dclicato aroma, and a raro concentration of tho purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish tho Maravilla Cocoa nbovo all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, wo could not recommend a more ngrco ablo or valuablo beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &c. HOMCEOFA...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, OCT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 October 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Oct. 21. A Canadian loan of £1,500,000 is announced in the money market The death is announced of Sir Charles Cowpor, the Agent-General of New South'Wales. :: Tho Brodrick Castle, with emigrants, bound for Auckland, .lias; been towed into Falmouth dismasted. . ! Arrived.—Somersetshire, s.s., from Melbourne (Aug. 14.) LONDON, October 22. : England and Russia have declined to join in the representation of tho European powers to Turkey, protest ing against the default in the payment of coupons. : The deaths are announced of Pro fessor Wheatstone (tho famous elec trician) and the Dean of Chichester. LONDON, October 23. Tho tenders for the South Australian loan amounted to nearly two millions, and £400,000 was allotted at an aver age of £93 9s. 2d. Germany is legislating against the abuses of tho Polynesian labor traffic. The London papers publish a review of- Sir Charles Cowper's colonial ser vices. The value of ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

MARAVILI.A COCOA.— Taylor BROTHKRs{thc largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fine Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power— 'Easiness of Digestion and especially, high delicious llavour. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, lun cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.B.—Caution—"Maravilla" is a registered Trade Mark. IVTAHAVIIiIiA COCOA.—The Globe says, "Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, p.nd super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicate aroma,; and a rare concentration of the purest elements of nutri tion, distinguish the Maravilla Cocoa above all others. For Invalids and Dyspep tics, we could not recommend a more agree able or valuable beverago. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &u!. HOMCEOPATHIC COC...

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MAN NOT DEGENERATED. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

MAN NOT DEGENERATED. (Home Nam.) There novor waB a delusion- with loss evidence for it, except a perma nent impression among mankind, which is often the result, not of accumulated experience, but of an over-renewing discontent with the actual Btate of things—than that most delusive of all delusions—the alleged degeneration of man. There is not the slightest evi dence auywhere that man was ever bigger, stronger, swifter, or more enduring under the same conditions of food and climate than he is now. As to bigness, tho evidence is positive. Modern Egyptians aro as big as the mummies who were conquerors in their day, and modern Englishmen are bigger. There are not in existence a thousand coats of armour which an English regiment could put on. Very few moderns can use ancient swords, because the biltB are too small for their liandB. Endless wealth and skill were oxponded In picking gladiators, and there' is no evidence that a man among them was as big or as strong as Shaw. No skeleton, n...

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A TOUR THROUGH THE BOGAN BACK BLOCKS. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

A TOUR THROUGH THE BOG AN BACK, BLOCKS. . (By " Wanderer." in the Forbes Times.) (continued.) The Bogan Rivor is little more than a very slight indentation ;in the surface of the country through which it winds its sluggish way. Why it should bo dubbed with the title of "rivor" is more than I can account for, for you may cross and re-cross it without being cognizant that you. are any where near a running stream. Yet it doos run occasionally, and by way of giving a reminder of its slothful power, it manages to drown a man or two every now and then, but this is only after heavy rains and when its waters are;' swollen and, treacherous. At the time of my visit, there had been a most terrific thunderstorm— the lightning flashed, the thunder rolled,/aiid j the rain fell as if heaven and earth werei scorning together. In the neighbourhood of Glenco Cottage, huge forest trees wore riven up by their roots, and many more presonted such a dismantledappearance as to tuake the scone of desolation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

L E Gr A L . I MB, JOHN DAVIDSON, Attorney, Solicitor, and I'koctok, HAS commenced tlie practice ,o£ liis pro fession at Wagga Wngga, . Office—, Express Buildings, next Bnnk of New South Wales. ' " .■ •' 20-1-76 H. G.' DONOVAN, M.A', SOLICITOR, ; WILL shortly, complete arrangements for practising bis profession; in Wagga Wagga. Present Address—Australian Hotel. Branch Office, at Cootamuridra. , ■' .10-1-70 THE WEEKLY1 TI;MES, WITH which is incorporated tbo Economist and Town and Country Newspapers, enlarged to TWENTY PAGES, or One Hundred Wide Columns, Pri xo THREEPENCE—the cheapest weekly paper In Australia. ' t • _ Exery Farmer should subscribe. It. contains re liable and intelligible agricultural ncw«, and special attention is paid to carefully-compiled market re ports. Every Gardener should subscribe. It is the.gar dener's chronicle, and no amatour can afford to be without it. 1 Every Sportsman should subscribo. Tho turf pages aro written by thoroughly competent writers. Cricket...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. h'-c/i.-r(Wednesday,' Octobeb'27.) ; ' Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:— Wool.—Wohad a very full attendance at our opening salo hold to-clay, the salo-room -being crowded -to excess ivitli buyers and others in terested ni, the-trade. We catalogued 4,V39 .bales and had excellent competition up to full < market rates, but owing to the high prices ox ' peeled, a number of the larger lots of greasy •were bought iii 011 owners' account. The clips k Hold realised'good prices considering j thej de cline in the English market, greasy ranging from 8d to ls:0£d j and ilccco from Is 2d to 2s 2£d per lb, the latter figure being obtainod for a very choice lot from tho Castlcreagh, N.S.W; \Vo also realised 28d for a , clip of 3GG bales scoured, from the Darling. Alto gether, there is abundant evidence of an eager desire to purchase, and if growerswill be more reasonable" in their valuations large sales will bo offected. At to-day's auction wo sold 1703 bole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Mr. J. J. Donnolly's, North J unco, The Thoroughbred Horso "NAPOLEON," BY Mnemon out of Mavourneen, and win ner of the Champion and First Prizes lit tho Mnrrumbidgeo Pastoral Association Show, 1875. Terms—Five Guineas Each. Good paddocks provided, but no responsi bility. J. J. DONNELLY, North Junee, aar.c TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Alfrcdtown, near Wagga Wagga, the Magnificent Draught Horso "PRINCE. PRINCE is a handsome Grey Horso, bred by tho late Thomas Ward, Esq., Bankstown, by •' Farmer's Glory," dam by Horncastle (imported). Princo took second prize at tho last Pas toral Show, is very quiet, and a sure foal getter, and his stock are noted for size, quietness, and staunchness. Terms—One Mare, £2. An allowance made for moro than one mare, the property of tho same owner. P. RYAN, Alfrcdtown. aie.c TO STAND THIS SEASON, at XJKANA, tho Draught Stallion "WAGGONER," By Nugget (imported) out of a mare called Waggoner (imported) from Tasmania). Terms—Three Pouuda....

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (avkdnbanay, Oct. 27.) Fat Cattlb.—*1612 were yarded, the bulk of which were of prime and good quality. There was a lavgo.atendance of buyers, but in consequence of the number to hnnd,' pricos reccded from 25s to 303 pei* head, from last week's ral es until near the close of the market, when biddings became slightly brisker. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £ll "to£12 12s Gd j gooddo, ifi'om £10 to £10 10s; second do, from £9 to £9 ,10s j • inferior, ^froih' £7 ; best cows, from £8 to. £8 10a; second do, from£7 to £7; 10s j inforior from £5r Messrs.: Stratford, Strcttlc arid Co sold 24 for Messrs^ Murray,, 33cncc,.and; others, j • .Messrs. .-Ettev-: shank, Eaglestone, aiid Co. have sold. 190head of bullocks for Mr. 1YH. Male, Kulki, atian average of'.£12 13s, Gd.> r Powors, Rutherford,, and Co. sold for Messrs. John l?ell and Co., Merunglo Station/ River Lachlan, 343 head well-bred, good quality, light-weight bullocks, to £11 10s, averaging £9 lGs...

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THROUGH FIRE AND WATER. (Australian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

THROUGH FIRE AND AVATEII. (AimtraHan' Journal,)\ 1 And bad sbethen at last struck on . this boundless mine of pure lovo ? Yes, sbe .believed him now.; but, oh, bitter thought ! .she-bad found all this wealth one moment only.to lose it the next. How sweet life,, o.ven as she had known it, appeared to her a few moments,ago, before the .danger first burst upon! them j but, oh, bow doubly sweet i£ will be now ! 1 You will not leave me!' she cried. ' No; never! never! we will die together !' 'No; don't say that! ! We' may yet be saved and live together / forever. No ) ^ we must.not die.We must live for each other-! Ho shook his, bead, and. a sweet smile, angelic almost in its resig nation^, played sadly over his face. ' It's hopeless. Let ns be resigned ; let ,us not murmur. Wo will sink clasped in each other's arms,' and again the sad, sweet smile stole over his countenance. ' Oh, no, no !' she cried, ' it must not, it cannot bo ! You- will make an effort for my sake, Charles ?' ' Say t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

/r' .WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WARE \ "HOUSES, MELBOURNE. , ' B. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. T>EG to announco to the-Wool''Growers. ami Merchants of the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and Now Zealaud, that their Warehouses arc now ready for the Recaption and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOUKABLK TEKMflJ On tho ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in tins market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Aiiction will bo held on each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuksday following. They act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments, with which, they mity be favored. , , ! V Their extensive Warehouses have 'been constructed specially for . the Storage; and Display of Wool to the best advantage,' tlin Sample Kooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms are con* venic...

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SIXES. (G. C.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 October 1875

SIXES. (G. C.) I'll try mid make a little song , Of, unrequited passion, , And though in writing I ain "wrong, I'm surely in the fnshion j My love was quite thepmk of loves, • And ono of her sweet tricks is ^ To wenr such captivating gloves Indisputable sixes. . . I recollect a month ago, - - A week, and then I knew her \ Yes. thirty days lmvo pnssed, I know, Yet somehow they seem fewer. - s • .But I digross;: I recollect • ; v Last l'riday. three weeks clearly, . , .'Neath wine and-beauty's joint effect I said I loved her dearly. * s ; And; oli, that glove—that right-hand glove, Lay hi-my hand so nicely, : Thought I—of coiu-sc aside—" My love, Your hand is six precisely.'^ ; And then I said the usual things . About.the heart's devotion, , : :And added, as tlic, poet, sings, • ; Sonic reference to the ocean. ' ; Her pretty hancTremaincd in mine, • She said; " Now realty, Mi\ M The'" Smith!' remained unsaid in. fine, I griovo to say l kiss'cd her. I can't say what slie really thought...

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