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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

ALBU11Y. * ! [l'ROM OUR oil's COKUESl'ONDENT], . A good idea may occur under almost every variety of circumstances. It limy break forth like'a bright star in a dark firmament, just as avc winder along tlie roadsido or the hill-lop, lounge in the drawing-room, or even, where least expected, in the dense fumes of a banquet hall. I am forcibly reminded of this by nii after-dinner speech made lately in this town; The gentleman to whom the toast of the pas toral and agricultural interests had been con fided made a few sensible remarks, tho gist of which wis that ifr would be somewhat of a reproach, if not a mockery, to talk of agricul tural interests and hare no oiforts mndo to re establish tho Agricultural Society. ,That idea is calculated to awaken numerous memories connected with tlie post proceedings, which probably came to an unsuccessful issue ; but, though success may not bo in all things 011 a scale of imposing magnitude, still failure is productive in the loug.run of some good, ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

CUXGEGOKG, COOTAMUNDRA. [raoir odb oivs coiuiesi'ondext.7] • The new billiard room erected by Messrs* J. and.E. Barnes, at the Albion Hotel, Coota mundra, was opened last week with a ball and supper. Everything connected with the building—its internal arrangement, fitting up, &c.—rcileet great crcdit on the spirited.pro* prietors. The billiard table is one of the best —hot many to equal or surpass it—out of Sydney or Melbourne. . A little stir was made in the township on Thursday by the shearers at Mr. O'Donncll's station ut Cucumbla refusing to do any more, work unless an advance of wages was givcu. It appears they signed an agrcoment to shear for 17s. Gd. per 100, aiid afterwards struck for 20s., which Mr. O'Donnell would not givo. He had summonses'served on all, which, it seems, liad the desired effect, as lam informed they all went back to work without waiting for the eases to bo tried. It is rumored that a branch of the Com mercial iBank of Sydney is to bo established i...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Till yesterday morning the weather was, from tho previous Friday, very bleak for this timo of the year. A eoid wind blew on Sim* day and Monday, reminding one more of June than November, Yesterday, however, the atmosphere became close, and when we went to press there appeared to be every probability of more raiu descending. At the Police Court on Monday, before the Polico Magistrate aud F. A. Tompson, Esq., J.P., Samuel Robins was charged with wouuding with inteut, liy stabbing with a knife James Hcury Nicholls, a saddler in tho employment of Mr. Bergin. It appears that on Sunday evening the two men were at Croker's Prince of Wales1 Hotel, and a dis pute arose between them, which they deter mined to settle by adjourning to the back yard of the hotel to light. In tho fight Nicholls averred that Robins stabbed hiin in the head with a knife. A man named David Hannan was called for the defence, who de posed that lie saw the whote of the row, and that during the light Robi...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. INSPECTOR OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

ORIGIN A L CORRESPOND I1NC15. INSPECTOR OP "WEIGHTS AND MEASUEBS. . (To the Editor of the Advertiser. J Sni,—Can you inform me, through your ; columns, why the public of Wagga. Wagga arc so long debarred from the services of an Inspector of Weights and Measures, for I never yet lived in any township .where his supervision is more required than it is here. The townships of Hay and Deniliquin have enjoyed the privilege of one for many years, to the great benefit .of the inhabitants 5 and in my humble opinion this plaeo is of far more importance than .either Hay or Denili quin, although I rather think the residents of those places are of a more progressive turn of mind than the people of- Wagga. Why we should have to submit to paying tho baker for bread which we never get I can't conceive. Let anyone buying their bread just weigh it and judgo for themselves. I kiiow the bread never is the correct weight by several oiincea. I remain, Sir, yours truly, A LOVER OF'jUST WEIGHTS. I We arc u...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

PASTORAL 21 BUS. ' Messrs; "W., H., • M;.' dntl Co. linvo sold, through their Hay. branch, 011 account of Miv M. Palmer, of Cunoon Station, 3000 ewes'to Sir. Francis Calvort.; • ' • ' •''' ' A iloek of owes and lambs belonging to Mr. Pendleton, a selector 011'Junco run, are return ing to their, station, having been shorn at Mr. Uollotva3''s shed. The following appraisements of fair annual value of runs in the district of Lacblau, were declared at Appraisement Court held at Forbes, 19th October last. J. S. Futter, Esq., C.C.L., Appraiser:—Bogandellon, J. Miller, £00 ; Bolamble, W. H. Sutton, £120 ; I3oyd, Commercial Banking Company, £70 ; Bundaburra, Josiah Strickland, £00; Cadow, E. Jones, £100 ; Condololin, G. Lee, £10 ; Croot, J. Dowd, £'20 ; Direngabal, W. B. Onions, £30 ; Duggen's Station, M. and J. West, £50 ; Enochs, E. W. Bowler, £42 ; Goolajong, M. and J. West, £10 ; Gulgo, \Y. Richard*, £75 ; Island, Hon. J. Francis, £80 ; Kangarooby, T. C.. Ambrose, £30 ; Mamia, E. Jones, ...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

WAGGA. "WAGGA HOSPITAL. Vhithfj Committee, for the month Messrs. Cottcc and Mackinnon. SalbCom milOn— Messrs. lloberts, Nixon, and Gni> land.

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

RIVER GAUGE. Showing the height of the Murrmubirigee , above* Kiimmer lovel at \Vag»a AVagga:— 1 /*/. iv. NovemberU (rLsiui;) .. D 0

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NEW LEASES OF RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

. NEW LEASES OF BUNS. Tlio following lenses of runs will bo • granted on payment ut the Treasury ;of ihe appraised rental, on or beforo the 31sl December next:— Ann's Vftlo or Can gem Arramagong.. , . Arramagong East . Back of Whoey . Bulabla Upper Balabla Lower Bangala), B .. Banning Beabula .. . Bcllingerambil BelHngcramble _ . Bendick Murrell . Benduck Berambah -. Bengatnby .. Black Range.. Robcroy Bogalong Bogalong Bogaloro Bogolong ... \\\ I). Campbell John Daily Carlo Marina Krcdk. Shepherd Steel Caldwell do Bolaro Bowning , Brawlln ' Bringergco .. Biuididgery .. >para East aon Point Cootamundra Copperbella .. Crnigengullen Crowl Creek, Block No. 7 Crowtlier Creek Cucumla Culling* Cumbamurro Cun nl tigham Creek.. Cttrlanga .. Currawaiig .. Dananbilla .. East Gogeldric East Grangle East Thelangering. East Wangaron Enebolong .. Five Mile Creek Gu(-oiig CJalong East.. Galong West Gegullalong Geramy Gogeldrie Guagong Gummal Ilomina Honuna Block A Nomina Block B IJonuna Block C ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [.ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] SYDNEY. Tuksday Nioiit. Over 94,000 postal cards have been sold up to the present,date. The esti mated annual revenue from this source is £2000. ' By the extension of the Great Southern line to Gunning, overlaud mails to Melbourne cian bo delivered in two days; \ ' " " The Protestant procession at the laying of tbo foundation-stone of their hall to day was very Inrge. Bishop Barker delivered an address. Tricket won the boat race to-day beating Laycock and Greone. Captain Hovell, an old explorer, died in Sydney to-day. The programme of the Glen Innes Jockey Club ainouuts to nearly £100 0 : .MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. Dr. Madden lias been defeated by over 800 votes. The Minister for Education—Mr. Ramsay—lias been elected' for East Bourke by n majority of 319. When the Wentworth arrived at tbe outer lightship, Captain Paddle made the riflemen throw overboard all their ammunition, although they offered to give hiin a permit from the Under ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

Holloav ay's Pills. — Swimming of tlie head, nausea, dietaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, avo iufalliblc indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of tho secretivo organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway'tf great cathartic, alterative, and Ionic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both tho body and tho mind with unwonted energy. Every animal iluid will bo purified, every obstruction in tho evacua tory channels swept away, every organ re generated. These may seein to bo Btrong blatements, but tho testimony of the tick of all nations is their source and batiiu.

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser " This is true liberty, when [?]reeborn won, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

THE &J0fP Mitljp " This is true liberty, wlicu /reeborn won, Having to advise the public, nmj* speak free." Milton. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1875. In tho report of >the meeting of the committeeof. tho Mechanics' ' Institute published-in our,1,Inst^ issue/ it will be scan thntriri'application; inadoMiy'Mr. W: H. OsiinliNB. foivtho uso of. tho hull of • tho Institute for , tho , purpose of forming . .music . classes was , refused. In thus declining to entertain .'. Mr. Osborne's proposals, wo have no hesi talion in saying- that the coinmittoo havo been led into (he commission of a grave error,' calculated to injure ma terially the interests of the institution they have been olected to govern.. In the first place, having in view the action of the management when some two^or three years ago Mr. Wilkinson started a vocal music class, it will not bo speaking too harshly to. say that Mr. OsBOllNE bos hnnn'<1»»ll- . • ••-., manlier suggestive of a narrowmmded lack of ge...

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DRAWING-ROOM MUSIC. (Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

DRAWING-ROOM MUSIC. (Saturday Review,) • The exigencies of society, which demand that; when people are as-' so in bled together for the Bpaco of a few hours in the relation of host and guest they must keep up a show of being interested or amused, are merci fully supported by the existence of music. The English have not, as a rule, the gift of conversation which at a French party makes all imported or extraneous forms of amusement un necessary ; one will hardly ever find in an English drawing-room that kind of pleasant river of talk, filled by auxili ary streams that flow into it without disturbing its bright current, which iB a feature of French society. The state of conversation at an English assembly for social purposes might rather be said to resemblo a collection of stagnant pools, whose waters require some snch violent means as the throwing of a stone to rouse thoir surface into a sem blance of activity. And music is the stone which comes most readily to hund. It is curious tha...

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CASE OP HUMAN SACRIFICE. Melbourne Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

CASE OP HUMAN SACRIFICE. CMelbourne Herald.) The following report of an extraor dinary case, involving some important points of forensic interest, is furnished by Dr. T. J. M'Gaun (Civil Surgeon, Mysore Commission) to the Indian Medical Gazette :—Cases of bnman sacrifice are so rare now-a-days that tbe following1 may bo considered of some interest. Tbe body of a man, named Rama, resident of tbe village of Narsipur, in tbe Sbimoga district, was found in a mutilated condition in a small temple near tbo above village, on tbo 18tb of February, 1874. Tbe man waB a Lingayet or worshipper of Shiva, aged about 22 years, said to have been in good bodily health, butof a retiring disposition and given to reading religious books. The temple is a small low building cut into the hill, and consisting of three rooms ; first, tbe outer one supportod on pillars, then an inner square ono, and inside this again tbo very smnll one or sanc tum, containing tbo lingum or stone of peculiar shape, worshipped...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

MARAVILLA COCOA.—Taylor BnoTiJKRs(the largest Manufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having the exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity—fino Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power— Easiness of Digestion aud especially, high delicious flavour. One trial will establish it as a favourite beverage for breakfast, Inn cheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. N.B.—Caution—"Maravilla" is a registered Trade Mark. 3HTARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe 'says, "Taylor Bmotiieks' Maravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, and 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 beverage. For further favourable opinions vide Standard, Morning Post, British Medical Journal, &t\ HOMCEOPATHIC COCOA.—T...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. CUP DAY—TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. Cur' Day—Tuesday; November .9. MAIDEN^ l'LATK. " ; "Weight for age.. One mile and a half. . E.i Do Mestre ns b or br c by Fireworks— ! Sylvia3yrs ... ... ... . ... 1 W. Yuille, jun, ns b e Veteran, 3 yra ... 2 H; Fisher's bf Farceux, 3 yrs ... ... 3 » ; HAILWAYt S'i'AKliS, • One mile and a quarter. .T.! Ivory's eh f Miss X'hcobe, 3 yrs, _ . ... 1 C.: 13. Fisher's, b ;f by ; The.Marquis— i Alpha, 3yrs ... . v... ... 2 F. Leng's b m Southern Cross, 4 yrs ... 3 KENSINGTON STAKES, ; For tvvo>year*olds. Five furlongs.: R. Sevior's br f Sybil ^... 1 Rj Sevior's b e'by Snowden—Ariima • J..; 2 | .MELBOURNE CUP.i-lVo milM;V'; ' Hi SharpeVbh Wollamai, 6yrs, 7st81b... 1 B. Jellett's br c Kichwoud, 3 yrsti Cat 3lb 2 J/iTiiit's b h Goldabrougb, 5 yrs, 9st 9lb... 3 Time—3m. 38s. ' DARLING STAKES, Weight for age. One mile and a half. K. Fisher's bf Fraternite, 3yrs ... ... 1 J. Wilson's b f Mary Gladstane, 3yrs ... 2 TV and A. Ohirnside's chg Newbold, aged 3 A splendid ra...

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THE TYPE WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

THE TYPE WRITER. Tho Anglo-Australian of Soptomber 3rd thus describes a new American invention manufactured by the Benn ington Arms Company :—Tbe type writer; iri size and appearance, re sembles the family 60ivitig-macbiu0. Writing is performed simply by touching keys, wbich are compactly arranged in four rows of eleven each, and may bo operated on by any flngei" of either hand. On each key is plainly printed the letter or character it represents. By depressing any key tho corresponding letter is printed on the paper. The " action " is fully as rapid and much easier than tbat of the piano. It will thus be Been that any desired letter or character is com pletely transcribed in tho same time and by tlio one motion tbat is required to bring tbo pen into tho first position. Its rapidity is therefore manifest. Its simplicity is such that anyono who cau spell can write with it, and its manipu lation is so easily understood that but little practice is required to onable tbe operator to bec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

IMPOUNDING?], Ten-mile Cheek.—On the 14tli day of October, 1875, from Carabobala, by Mr. Kliot Hcrlot; sum due at date of notice Ret after each animal:—Hrown cu* tiro, tan muzzle, like .7 F over like No- near shoul der, long tall, 2 years, 341 hands : £5 (la r>d : bay pony marc, star and snip, like cross over heart like O or V over like writing M over like linear shoulder, shod on hind feet, pulkd i ytnis, 10 hands ; C3 &1V To be sold November 11. Tumut.—On the nth Octobcr. 1S75, from Tumtit River, by 5Ir. Hammond, sum duo at dale of notice set after each animal Gray horse, P and K off side 12s. Also, on the 12th day of Octobcr, 1875, from j^nc-Mn-Lnc, by Mr. J. O'MamC'hesnut horse, email white stripe, K) near shoulder, AM conjoined, over 7S off shoulder, fs Od. To be sold 011 4th No vember. Also, on 10th October, lS7r>, fvom Ittower Ing. by Messrs. Howcn and Harris Uiuck mare and foallike7/X conjoined, near 6houldor, 22s. To be sold on the 11th November. Ademjxo.—On t...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE. OF THE ARRIVAL' AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

fost orricib, wagga wagga. 7 TIME TA1ILE. • • : oriilK AUJ11VAL' AND DESPATCH 01' MAILS. : ■ V'l . . 4UIUVAIH. ■ . / . / • Too. Wed Tim. Frl. Sydney.. .. Tarcutta Jtmco .. . . Ynss .. . Dcnlliquin . Urnna .. . ilay Albtiry.. Cookandlna.. Clarendon For Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed Thu. Frl. Snt. p.m. p.m. p va. p;m. p.m. p.m. Sydney.. Tarcutta G 0 G 0 0 0 G 0 G 0 0 0 GO G 0 G ,0 Juncc .. a 16 3 15 3 15 Yasa ,.. .. a.m; 3 15 .3 16 a.m. .3 16 DenlKqiiln .. 8,0 p.m. 10 45 8 ■ 0 8 0 3 0 Urana .. .. io'Ts p.m. 10*45 Jfay .. .. 2 0 2 0 Nor/inilcra . 2 0 a.m. a.m. 2 0 n.m. am Albury.. .. G 0 G 0 0 0 G 0 G 0 Cooknndinn.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 Clarendon Bib T> 45

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

WASTES. , WANTED, TEAMS, TO CART PERMANENT; WAY RAILS : ' ■ FJiOH■■■;-'■ {-/ GUNNING TO 130WNING. R A T IS : ONE SHILLING PER TON PER MILE.. : A. & R. AMOS, J^Main Camp, Downing.. ) "VTTANTED, ;FOUK - BRICKLAYERS YV ' 'Apply to , C. ALLEN, .. , ..I. ........ fjui]dcr,"Young. In.c • : WANTED, a -MARRIED-.'COUPLE, without Incumbrance, .is General Servants-7-the wife to Cook, Wash, and do Housework ; and tho Mail to make lnmsclf Generally Useful. Apply:to ..:-i . :■ i . ■ JOHN1 SMITH, ; Kyarnba. .;Ubb:m?,y *1 --r%5 f? :^U ^ k TTTANTED, MEN, with TEAMS, either Y\ horses or bullocks, to erect. 20 miles jof .Log'and'Cliock Fencing at -Bttddigower. 'aiid Wallaudry Stations. Applyr,to THOS., JILLETT, Mooned Ponds, hear -Melbourne,' or.A. 0. JILLEXLYoii the Station. THOMAS'JILLETJ?. tea.c - ; ■ '• i"V\7"ANTED, a BOY, accustomed to Horses}. V V and able to Read and Write, Apply to , , . r ' r a 'A. G. JONES ie.C , • • -• ■ . ■ . TTTANTED LaBOOKKEEPER;\v]io_must VV.'i snlso ijmalte i h...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. FIRST Day—SATURDAY, NOVEMVER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 November 1875

V.It.O. SPliING MEETING. tfiRsx Day—Saturday, Nuvkmbbiv G/ v The V.Tt.C..;6priii« season commenced on. Saturday~the>Dorby day—-under favourable auspices.';? Notwithstanding the disagreeablo weather, the attendanco on tho course num bered about 12,000 or 13,000 persons. His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales (Sir Horcules Robinson). drove ,down, to..the course in liisown four-in*hnmi, and remained until the last raco was ovcrr The racing during tho day was not very exciting. The opening event, the Melbourne Stakes,' was won by Kingsborough, who was- scarcely called upon to race. Tho Governor's victory .was very .popular., The Hotham Handicap wa*^woirby;Kinaraichnie," wlfobfeat'Sontheni Cross by*.about a length. The Miiribyrnoug [Plato, for two-year-olds .was, .won by,:New iminstor, with Aldinga sccond. ■ The Derby | was regarded as a certainty for either .Richmond or Maid of All Worlc, but the 'favourites were beaten by tho Sylvia colt, 'Richmond securing second honours*' ...

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