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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
AD VERTISEMl'WTS. A . "Wanted. . > WOMAN who can Cook and Wash: well. Apply to . ' ? MRS. LARGE,"' ' Ladies' Collcgo. To Fencers. W ANTED, MEN, witli' TEAMS, for: BRUSH FENCING. ? Apply-to JOHN MACPHERSON^:; i ':i -\ Teniora. ; Wanted, nhWO FEMALE SERVANTS.-; i Apply to . GEO.; FORSYTH & CO. ; Wanted. SAWYERS, at Wagingobcrrimbeo (Jamo3. Rudd, Esq.) to out 14,000 ft./of Timber.'. For particulars, apply to '' "v " ' i J. REDMAYNE, Wagga Wagga. THE :REV^ P. P. AG-NEW will' conduct . Divine : iSevvico . awl prcaclv in the. Mechanics' Institute on SUNDAY (TO-i MORllOVV",) in tho.mornjng.at-11-o'clock,; and in tlio evening' at 7. '. . . PUB ;L I;C-'-S-CJ"R>0''0'-Li WAGGA WAGGA. A MEETING of tlio'Parents and others interested in tho PUBLIC SCHOOL will be held at the CO URT HOUSE, Wagga Wagga, " " ' ". - . . _ On MONDAY EVENING- NEXT, : 31st May instant, at 8 o'clock, ; To consider tlio advisabilityof enlarging tlio present accommodation, or of building an en-; tircly iie\v S...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
JMPOUNDimS. AT Murrum«URRA.h.-On the 13th May, I8(i0, from Nubba, by order of Win. Bowcn, Esq. :-lied steer, J or T over OB off, rump, . off ear ? marked. Also, on the ? tlio samo day, from Nubba Creek, by order: of Mr. Kilday : - Spotted steer, SO near rump, off ear marked; black and white steer, I&lt;'0 off rump and ribs, near car marked.' Also, 011 the 17th day of May, ISO!), from Wallendbeen, by order of James M. M'Keiv/.ic, Esq. :-Bay mare, IT sideways in circle oil' shoulder, J over W near shoulder, M ncfar rump, J near thigh, bald face, off foro and both hind feet white, broken ; bay draught horse, &lt;TH conjoined over JH con joined near shoulder, star, aged; brown draught horse, same brands, star, near hind foot white, blind near eye, bell and hobbles on ; bay draught mare,- samo brands near shoulder; JH conjoined near rump, near hind foot white, star, hobbles on. Will bo sold oil the 10th of Juno. AT TUN MILE OUEEK.-On the 20th May, 1809, from Yarra Yarra K...
PRICES CURRENT AT THE SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
PRICES CURRENT AT THE SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA ELOUli MILLS. £ s. cl. Fino Flour, per ton 14 0 0 Wheat per bushel, ... 48. Gd. to 0 4 9 Bran, per bushel ... ... ... ... 0 10 Pollurd, ditto ... ^ 0 -1' G* ? : ' vRETAJX.../r , , ??' ? ? ' Fino Flour, por lOOlba.' ... ... 0 15 0 J. W. CHAPMAN., it. Nixoisr. - " IIolloway'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Ab scessos, Erysipelas, Pilos-Unvarying succesb attends all who treat ilisoaaos according to the simple_ printed directions "Wrapped round each pot and box. Tlioy aro invaluable to the young and timid, whoso baslifulness qomotimus endangers life. A little attention, moderate porsevoraiwc, and triililig expenso will enablo tho most diilidont to coudnot any ease to a happy issue, without oxposing secret infirmities to anyone. Tho Ointment arrests tho spreading inllamination, restrains tho excited VOHSOIs, cools tho over-boated skin, alloviatos throbbing and smarting pains, and gives groat oaso. Tho samo directions ajsft eloarly point out when and how Hollo...
RIVER HAWKEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
IIIVISK'ITA\VKERS. THE Darling steamers (says the Adelaide lieghUr) liavo been attempting to combino hawking -with their proper function as carriers. This is nothing to their discredit, for thoy have done it iu good faith. They might, with greater ease and profit, have i carried oil their hawking illicitly ; hut they I preferred hcing straightforward, and so took out licenses. Thereby they put their foot into a trap, and .the .ownors of - tho Jolly Miller nfc now smarting for it to tho extent of £ 15. They had not sufficient acquaint ance with the New South Wales Statute book to know that tho two trades of carrying and hawking were incompatible-or, at least, that the Now South Wales Magistrates might tako that view of them. Yet tho analogy of our own Hawking Act might have put them soi'newhat on tlicir guard. It (No. 3 of 18G3) declares that " no licensed; hawker or his licensed servant shall carry' any spirituous, malt, vinous, or fermented liquors ; and any licensed hawker or serv...
Wagga Wagga Advertiser. "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may apeak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
" Tills is fenio liberty, vrlien freeborn men, Having to advlso tlio public, may apeak froe." MtLXOJf. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 18C9. DR. BADE AM has realised his groat pro ject of a.grammatical assize, and seems to have been more snccessfnl thrin most people anticipated. There was a novelty in the plan, which, to anyone at all familiar with native Australian ; proclivities or bush life, seemed more ^anguine than sensible," viz., the idea ? that in the interior of New South Wales thore was any large number of people with so little to do and such an ardent thirst for knowledge as to become students of the dead languages at the invitation of a Sydney Professor. It was marvelled by. many how anyone could see in shepherds and bullock drivers ? the materials of classical scholars; and there was the usual abundance of sneerers at the ultra Utopian, philosopher who hoped to regenerate the boisterous andsomowhafc tiTO' liftiin grammar and the. two-penny . post. But Dis. BADHAM has overoome too man...
MELBOURNE MEMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] May 27th, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
MELBOURNE MEMS. [FROM OUR OWN COUItKSI'ONDKNT.] May 2.7th, 1809, As X oxpooteil, tho Houso litis dcoidcd to' tiikc tlio milder course, aiul refer the question of privilege to the consideration of tlio Privy Council. On tho 10th ultimo, a sharp discussion took place. . Tlio report was in troduefcd by the Minister of Justico who .rccoineiulcd its virtual adoption. Mr. Higin- . botliam followed with one of those fnrioits denunciatory spooclies which the lion, gentle man ia famed for composing expressly for occasions like the present. Ho urged the House to assert its authority At once; to visit the bribers with the severest condem nation, and to commit them to gaol instantly and without pauso. This savage proceeding was not viewed favorably, by the pacifically inclined House, and after a few more spooclies . _tUo best of which was, perhaps, Mr. Wrixon's, (who supported the authority of the Supreme Court), tlio House adjourned until the next day when,'upon a division,^ tbo repf)l'l; waB ...
STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. The weather during the toeeh has been cold and wet. There is an abundant* of feed Jbr every requirement, and the hope must now be for na more rain, rather a curious ?clumge from the aspirations of a few months ' back. . Mont of the flocks have returned from the ?????"' mountains, where the tveatlier, toe hear, has been very severe. There should, therefore, be littla more travelling to vex the souls of cartful station-holders, who don't care to see ? . their legitimate property being stolen under their very noses. At a meeting of squatters at Jlay, to consuler this question, a similar proposition was made to that published some time ago here, viz., thai a heavy tax should be imposed upon all travelling stock, but fat stock. As we have before stated, we con sider that this iv.me.tbj would fail to meet the case. It would punish alike the -Innocent and the guilty, for tltere are many perfectly legitimate purposes for which, stock may ami ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
&Itc 3Sta00tt Mjtggn &bfoarii»£r IS PUBLISHED every "Wednesday- and Saturday, at tho OHice, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at ail early hour to subscribers in tho town, and }jy mail throughout tbo colonics. J. TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION'. iPcr Qnartcr, In'town, l'ayablo in advanco 8a» Quarter, posted .. ditto .. 103, Tor Quarter, posted, credit .. lie. ...N.B,-The quarters terminate on tlio 151st March, 50th .lune, UOtb September, and 31st December, at which periods only can subscribers declino, by giving Rotico, and paying the amount duo to tlio end of tlio current quarter. New subscribers arc received at any time, and charged proportionately to tho termination of the current three months; but unless portions order Ing tho paper are known at the ofVicu, wo do not guarantee that it will .bo forwarded if the ordor is unaccompanied by a remittauco of at least ono .juurter'a subscription in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS : First Inch 3s. Every additional Inch, In. 6d. 25 "...
HAY. MR JAMES FORSYTH'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
HAY. ' MR JAME3 FORSYTH'S REPORT. No special transaction to report this week, ' business being remarkably quiet. A small , lot of store cattle (mixed) from a station in . the neighbourhood, have been placed under ' offer by me, as also, 4000 full-mouth store owes. A small block "of country, north of tho Wil . cannia Creek, unstocked has beon sold at a : price with-hold. COBB and Co's. 4000 owoa and 3000 lambs passed down the Murrumbidgee to-day.; and 15,000 weaners, Mr. James Liscombc in charge, crossed en routo from Melbourne' at Clowandowns, on the Lachlan Plains. May 24tli, 1869. HEU Majesty's Opposition in the Victorian Assembly has "closed up its ranks," and as sumed the form and organisation of a party. \Ve understand that some twenty members have agreed to act under the leadership of Mr. Fellows, and that a small committee lias been appointed to assist him in giving effect to the views of the party. MB. C. E. JOKES appeared at the Princess's Theatre on Saturday evening, under...
MESSRS. GEORGE EOKSTTH AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
: MESSRS. GEORGE EOKSTTH AND CO'S. LLKI'OUT. FAT OATTLH.-Prices aro firm. Our sales .aro, 50 head to local buyers at market :: rates. We quote-bitllockls, 51 to 6I; and ; cows, 4J to 5£; according to quality.' FAT SIIEEI".-Prime fat sheep aro worth 8s -fid to 103 on the station. AH in our hands for sale aro under offer. Prices incline to favour buyers. STORE CATTLE.-Tlio several mobs in our liauds we have placed under offer; these will be inspected next week. Prices firm. STORK SIIEKP.-Our sales are 3000 weaners, to C. D. Bardwell, Esq., Obcmo, on ae , count of Messrs. Des Vaux and Coglo, Moonbria, at a satisfactory price. For first-class store sheep, full market valuo . can bo obtained. STATIONS.-Wo experience an nctivo inquiry ? for well-situated runs, capablo of fatten ing. We liavo placed three under offer, which yrill shortly bo inspected.
THE MUNICIPALITY PETITION. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
THE MUNICIPALITY PETITION; (%o the Editor of the )V. JF", Advertise v.), out,-mo position praying that .the town and suburbs of Wagga Wagga might bd incor porated tvs a Municipal. Jiorough was for warded to liia Exeolloucy tho Govornor, as by law required, on the 27th day of March Inst. Its receipt not having been acknowledged in any way, n lotfcor \vaa written asking if tho potition had arrived. This letter shared tho name fato as tho petition, so no blariio rests upon tho committco. referred to by.yovyr correspondent on this matter in your lnsfe issue. Yours' truly, ?: H. B. l'Ti'Z I f AllDINGE. wnggii Wngg;v, May 28, 18CJ,
THE LAKE ALBERT PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
THE LAKE ALBERT PUBLIC SCHOOL. I (To the Editor of the W, W. Advertiser.) Silt,-Tho remarks made by tlie Eov.' S. S. Harpur, at the late meeting of the Goulburn ^ Synod, respecting a' Public School in ft. (lis- . trict of his parish, where there was scarcely a Wcsleyan residing, &c., can refer to none other than tho Lake Albert Public School, and myself. When I read that report I determined not to take any notice of it, feeling assured that the good sense of the public would not allow it to liavo any damaging influence; but having been credibly informed' that my silence hits caused some to think that there must bo a portion of truth . in the statement . there made respecting my abilities, I feel compelled, in justice to the subscribers to tho I'jiiko Albert Public School, as well as in'sclf dcfence, to adopt this method of righting myself with the x>ublie. Before I passed my examination a formal ? ? request was made to tlib Council of Educa tion, and also io the then Insp...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications mill be returned. TRUMPETING. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
ORIGINAL COllRESPONDENCE. All commuiiicntions to this journal must lie auttw 11 ticated by the wtmc ami address of the writer. ATo notice Kill be taken of anonifmuus coiiimtiniciilionsi and no rejected commu nications mill be returned. TIZUML'ETING. f To the. Editor of the IV. IF". Advertiser.) ?' Mis. EDITOR,-Tfc is stated, I beliovo, upon protty good authority that "music hath elvavnvs to soothe tile savago breast," and, happily not a few go ml people in this highly" -> favoured town aro gifted with a taste for tlio divine art. Many delightful ovenings havo I passed during my short sojourn in Wngga,. yi tho society of imtiaieal people, and offceu . havo I been led to regret that while tliero was so much lmisieai ability latent, itwasim. possible to indued its possessors' t« get up en tertainments,* occasionally in aid of our public institutions. !t is somewhat singular, too, that tho town lets been so long without ni local band. This want, however, is likely soon to be supplied...
TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
TABLE TALK. If tlioro is 0110 quality I liko_ in a man moro than another, noxt to a goiierous, con fiding disposition, it is energy. , Work;.boyfl,.wnrt, amlbocontontgjt'i^ ... For my.; own-part I don't care much about tho moal; and if that .was all'that had,to bo -worked for,' wouldn't, do. a -stroke. . But it is necessary: to . workv: for many othor objects, and if one must put one's shoulder to'tho wheel, it is,.of- course, as well to make tho most.of tho exertion. My Christian friends, tho Wesley ana, 1 am glad to see, have mado a good deal of theirs. : There must bo somothing in Wosloyanism when so muoli can bo got out of it, and, airuncharita blo aocnsationsjto the contrary notwithstand ing, I don't seo why if it is a man's duty to pvoach tho Gospol to tho wicked ho should not prooch it to as many as ho can got to listen to him. Wo" tiro all wicked enough-"dc ooitfnl and desperately wicked," is tho oor root phrase, I bcliovo, that hits off to a hair the hearts of heapless huma...
TOWN BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
. I' . TOWN'BOYS. - - , > -&lt;-f II . FIRST INNINGS. , SKCOND INNINGS. W.Erablcn 1 W/Embleil '24 J. Wright .........* 0 J. Wright 3 J. Larigford? 0 - J. Langford5 0. Birch '4"'C. Birch'....:.:.:... 4 J. M'Grath 0' J. M'Grathr 0 W.Cook 0' W. Cook\..:.J 0 F. Seppings... 0 F. Soppings.:......; 0 EL Varnoy 0 H. Varney 1 H. Drako 6 H. Drako &lt; 18 A. Collins ......: . 0 - A; Collins' .v. v....?' 4 P. Kolly 4 P. Kelly >.....' 7 Byes..........':. 2 -1 . Byes,1.4 Widca 2, ?>' Wiilca 2 Total 1» Total C7 ? _ First Innings 19 '??i. Grand 'Total SG . .The Public School Boys thus won with 39 ' ruiw to spare.. . ' .
CRICKET. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
CRICKET. (To tU Editor, of the W. W. Advertiser.) . SIR,-If you can find space in your issue s of next Saturday, I should feci obliged by your insertion of the following scovca. You ?will seo that it ia the report of tlic match . between the boya of tlio . Public School and . . tho town boys, on the Queen's Birthday. Yours truly. P. DUME. Wagga Wagga, May 27, 18GS. PUBLIC SCHOOL. .. ? FIRST INNIKQS. S. Tompson;.......... 0 A. Tonii)son .....I- 8 W. Tompson ...... 10 G. Mair. 23 J.Daley 0 W. Muuiford^.....- , 0 H. Wilkina 15 J. Mair > -3, F. Harold 3 J. Sinclair . 0 E. liny..........?; 0., Byoa...i.;.'5-. Wides 2 Total- 69' . . SECOND INNINOS. S. Tompson 9 . A.- Tompaon ..-.... 2,J \Vv Tomi>aon0 G-, Mair ;.;.-..'...... - 0 J. Daley 2 W. Mumford. 4 .H. ,Wilkina 8 J. Mair. 0 ,1?. Harold 0 J. Sinclair 0 'E. Ray 0 & Byes 9 ' Widca ,. 1 ' Total .'. 5G , j First Innings Ci) .! j. Grand Total 125
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, May 28, 12.4 p.m [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 29 May 1869
TELEGRAPHIC) INTELLIGENCE. I SYDNEY. Horald Office, May 28,12'&lt;ii p.m SAN JUST, the Spanish Consul, com mitted suicide this morning, in a fit of insanity. The caso of Hassall v. Rodd is part hoard. A female body has boon found in a bag off Brougham Place. Threo buslirangors stopped tho Gonlburn mail on Wednesday. night, and shot a passongor in tho face. Constable Chaldoi'S returned fire, and drovq tho robbers' off. One of the bushrangers has boon captured 9 p.m. . Tho voi-dictf on tho; inquest-on tho lato Spanish Consul was Tomporary insanity.- - ^ . . 1 Fat cattle, unaltored ;.- sfcoro, in re quest. Supply of inferior sheep,' ox ? cessivo. ''_ Tho libol case of- Hassoll V; Rodd is unQuishcd.