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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A VOTTON: Tills Day.—Wilkinson, IIann. Minuhin. & Co — Heifers aud steers, Pastoral Hotel Yards. 12 . o'clock. November IS.—Bouuke & Johnson* — Horses- at ■ Murruuiburrah, 12 o'clock. . • November 18. — "Wilkinson, Hank, Minchin, and Co — Mixed cattle, horses, &c.,' Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. 1 November 18.—Wilkinson, IIann, Minouin, ami Co.—Freehold property, North Wagga, 3 o'clock. Nov. 22.—Bnooic & Huouuiitox—Station property, JJurrowa-street, Younjj, 12 o'clock. n November 25.— Wilkinson, IIann, Minchin, and <'o.—Steers, cows, and lielfers, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 2 o'clock. December 7.—0. A. Elliot—Pure Shorthorn jbnlls and draught atalltoiH, Wagga Waggu. 1 January 7.—It. Giuson & Co.—Pure Sliorthoruii and Hereford*, at Colae, 11 o'clock. ;

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MR. W. M'CULLOCII'S SALE. (Abridged from the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ME. AV. Ji'CULLOCirs SALE. ' '' (Abrithje.il from the A rnus. I The sale of Mr. W. ]\t£Cu)loch's Oierd; of shorthorn cattlc was held on Tuesday, at La Rose, ISsscndoiu There was a largo attend mice of cattle breeders froni various parts of Australia, and for somo'of the choice lots; the bidding was very keen'.- The herd of cattlc, consisting of 11 bulls, and .57 cows nml heifers, realised £16,235 AOs'; A/ small bub; very fine lot of' draught horses," consisting of tlirce brood marcs,- two two years. t old colts, and.one yearling,^realised £2,756 5s.f nin]ving ii iotnl of £19,011 15s. The two grand im ported brood irmrcs with foals at foot wero bought by Mr.. Hill,, of Sydney, k Glasgow. Maggio at 800 guineas, and Strathblanc Mary at 830 guineas. The highest j>ricc paid- for a bull was 650 guineas, given by Mr. O. B. -Fisher for Rapid 'the 4th, eight months old1. Of the imported cows, Pink 11th wns jjought by Messrs. Robertson Brothers, of Riveriua, for 750 guineas, and-Easttliorp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

; Spooial Advertisements. i:\ WOOL. WOOL. . WOOL. GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WAKE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. R. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their WarchouRss are now ready for the Reception mul Sale of Wool . during, the, Season, and that theyr are prepared to make LIBERAL.' CASH ^ADVANCES, -/ ON FAVOUHA11LK TKRJJS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool,s cither for sale in tin's market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held on cach Monday and Wednesday, during the Season, and proceeds will he'paid on the ! Tuksday following. v They act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best eudeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value < for any Consignments 'with whieli they inay be favored. - ? Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the bust advantage, tli« Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved princip...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

CBICKET. * As n considerable amount of dissatisfaction .vas aoracwhafc clauiourouflly evinced on l!iio.sday^,; by.vtliosfi /playing, in -Cup ••utcli between Wagga and Nov town, at the decisions Riven by tlio various umpires who acted in that capacity during tlio gamb, ■we publish below some of the principal "hints" offered to umpires, by. tho most reliable authority on the subject—-John Lillywhito, in his Cricketer's 'Companion, Wc would especially draw attention to tho •iirsl hint, about leg before -wicket/ - ; By reference to it, nnyouo can sec that players are given out as leg before wicket far oflencr than they should he. In fact, unless the bowler bowls over the wicket, it is aImost,,impossible fofhim 'to get a man out leg beforeWicket, wiles* the ball pitches on.toliis legs,.without* -touching the ground. Gentlemen* who will7 .undertake the, generally speaking, thankless .duty of umpiring, wit! do well to read, ■ mark. anduimvardly digest what is here appended ^*.i'F;:o'•••*&g...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

.? WEEKLY; CALEN PAR; Days of Week. -Sun. Rises Sets.,. Moon. Rises Sets. II. Mi II.M. A. M. A.M. Saturday-' W. ;Y", 451 0 87 G fif» 4 7 Sunday ..vv' : .. ! 4*51 o as 8 12 4 47 Monday . .. ..... -4 fiO G 3S 9 2G 0 30 Tuesday .. 4,50 G 89 10 31 ;C;30 Wednesday ' i. . 449 0 40 11 20 7 43 Thursday 'V.*;:1 .. ' •4 <48 0 41 8 54 a.m. : Friday .. ^ 4 48 . 0 42 2 10 10 4 • Moon's riiASBs.—November. t : First Quarter- Saturday, Glli, 7.f»0 p.m. Full Moon—Saturday, 18th, 0.35 p.in. Last Quarter—Saturday, 20th, 10.42 p.m. -..• New'Mdon—Sunday, 28th, 9.49

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CRICKET AND UMPIRES. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ORIGIN A h CORRESPONDENCE. ' . CRICKET AND UMPIRES. (To the Editor of the Advertiser. J Sin,—The: hostile, editors of rival .journals' should not-milled friendsovcv baseless charges urged ngainst the. .members of, a cricket club : nob less; honorable nor upright tlmnthc}'. "Who gave them a right to make sly and hurt ful insinuations ngninst .thcm or any one'else,1 or to deal out abuse "which I have no hesitation . to call, m the borrowed words of the Express, and vulgar?" The members of the] KX'.C., the Advertiser politely hints, were the guilty authors of " unseemly disputes,"- and had the temerity', to' question tho decisions of . tho Umpire. But, sir, they only questioned his practical -knowledge of' cricket aud his slender ability to act as umpire.- The editor of the Express : is-not delicate in phrasing; though, "no doubt,-he has not beeii, like lis of. Newtown,transformed from a boor into a! gentleman by the force of cricket." WoAvcrc, lio tells us, prominent in a very disgrac...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION! REPORTS. . I advkktiseu Office, i Friday is veiling. I'll e xvcathcr during the past week has been chango able, tho earlier part being bleak with somewhat boisterous winds blowing up to Tuesday night, when the atmosphere became close, and indications threat ening rain appeared. During the night some light showers fell, aud again on Wednesday moruiiug but nothing of any consequence. For tho latter part of the week wo liave had warmth and sunshine, to-day being very warm, though an occasional brcej:c pre vented tho heat from being oppressive. At Dubbo we learn that dry weather has been the rule, athl rain is said to be wanting, Detwcen Dubbo and Welling ton there was aEovere hail storm, hut in mostiof the localities froui which reports roach the Dispatch, coin plaints are made as to the want of rain, though feed is reported as yet plentiful. At i'orlws on t(ie 6th the Times says some nice rain was falling. Business in all kinds of stock in that quarter Is ren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: • Australian Joint'Stock Bank, Eitzmaurico 'stroct;,.:;'-..':'; Commercial Bank,' Gurwood-street ' PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital : Erasmus'Wren, Tielibornc Buildings : < • John Fousworth, Criterion Hotel, ]?itz maurico-street William Largo, Uurwoort-etreet T. Hillas, Australian Hotel. SOLICITORS : •Eitzhardinge and Sons, Exchange Buildings, Fitzmaurice-street! . J. It. Garland; Kfczmanrice-strcot ARCHITECTS: P. H. Nixon, Traill-strcofc J. Gordon, Gurwood-street G. Sliopperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : - Wilkinson, Hann, Minehin, and Co., Fitz maurice-street Oliver and Tonipson, Fitzmaurice-street G. A, Elliot (P., ll., and Co.),:Eitzmauricc streot• ■ Geo. Mair (E., E., and Co.,); Eitzmauricc streot ■■■ ' . . V : A. T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co.), Eitzmauricerstrcet • LAND AGENT John Bentley, Fitzmaurice-street CHEMISTS: H. J. Williams, Eitzmauriee-strcct E. Ran...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Wednesday, Nov. 10.) Stojie Stock.—Messrs, Jtichard Gibson and Col re port having seld, in conjunction with their Ballarat reprrsentatives. 8,100 wethers for the executors of the late Mr. A, M'MUliun, from Sliccp Hills, at currcnt Yictoriau rates. Messrs. rowers, lluti|erfordl, aud Co.'report the sale of 7000 wethers, 0-tooth, from Penola; 4000 do., do., do.; 3000 ewes, full mouth, from Wiinmera: 3000 do., mixed ages, from New South "Wales ; 400 bullocks, near town ; CO Leicester rams. Messrs Stratford, Strettlo and Co. sold dur ing the week 150 b-llocks at a satisfactory figure. Messrs. Jtyan and Hammond have sold by auction, in conjunction with Messrs. Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co. 500 head of bullock, fair quality, but light weights, at an average of £5 J5s. Fat Cattli',.—717 was the number entered for sale, in addition toiwhich several lots from tiie neighbourhood of town, were yarded, making the total supply about 800 head.! The demand was brisk ...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

MESSES. WILKINSON, IIANN; RIINCIIIN,' AND CO.'S ItErOKT. Fat Cattle.—TIio demand is still very good both for tlic Melbourne nnd Itecchworth market, and also for local consumption. Our sales have boon 125 h»ad , for, Mr. J. J. Donnelly, to Mr. . Kain, of WooraKcc : arid 50 head for Messrs. F. and Ji Troy, to Mr. T. Cummins. •Fat Sukki'.—No business to report. Stoiie Cattlb.—We have to note a marked improve ment in this market, and prices realised either by auction or private sale are in advance of late quota tions. Wc have sold 240 head of bullocks on account of Messrs. Jiowcn and McAJistor; and at n,uction 150 head mixed on account of Mr. John Davison, of •. Oura. • . .j.' • Stoiik StiEEr.—The demand at present is chiefly con , Jlned to ewes and young wethers, or mixed hoggets. "We liave sold T>000 ewes for Mr. C. M. Lloyd, of •Yamma: and 3700' ewes tor Messrs. Wal;t and Thomson, of Cocketgedong, to Messrs. Barbtir and Jiureher, of JCuglo; and also through our Hay branch MOO ewes...

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THE BLESSING OF ST. MICHAEL'S BOYS' SCHOOL, WAGGA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

THE BLESSING OF ST. inCIIAEL'S BOYS' SCHOOL, WAGGA. (Communicated.), : On Sunday last, 7th lust., Wagga was the scene of a splendid ceremony. On that day the Tory Reverend Dr. M'Alroy, assisted by Father Kelly, of Tumut, and ■Dr. Berming ham, blessed St. Michael's new boys'school in the presence of a large concourse of people from the town and. surrounding district.! The procession, in -which over 200 boys and girls walked, formed-at the choir door. Father Kelly, accompanied by .two acolytes with . lighted tapers, carried the large processional cross j and immediately after, him, also with two acolytes, came Mr. John Donnelly—the. munificent donor, of tlie forty acres from which the beautiful Convent-of the Sacred' ' Heart is now rapidly rising—carrying the ban ner of St. Patrick. Forty boys, -wearing the • badge of St. Patrick, followed tlio banner, of St. Aloysius, which was borne , by Master Albert Higgins, Twelve children with baskets of flowers walked before the banner of Our B...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. A special meeting of magistrates was held at the Court-house on Thursday, Messrs. Baylis, Hodson, Eorsytli. T. W. Hammond, and P. A, Tompson being present in'person, aud Messrs. W. Halliday, aud A. A. Devlin, by letter, for the purpose of consider ing the Chief Secretary's letter to the. Wagga Bench as to the extension of the Dog Act to the district. It was decided by the meeting to recommend; that the Act be extended to this district.' At the Police Court on Thursday, before the Police Magistrate and F. A. Tompson, Esq., the dispute between Robert Montgomery the elder and ArthurPorster as to the owner ship of a cow again occupied the attcution of the Court for some hours, a fresh summons liaving been issued by Forster against Mont gomery. Theevidencewasextremely lengthy, and is without any public interest. The ad ditional evidence of Mr. J ohu Davison and the testimony of a boy led the bench to make an order that the cow be delivered up to the coraplaiuaut within sev...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

PASTOR A h MEMS. The following appraisements of fair annual value of runs in tie district of Lachlan were, declared at the Appraisement Court held hereon Wednesday by Mr.J. S. Futter Berrembed, £50; Berrembed North, £60 ; Calkibitto, £120 ; Eunonylmreonyha, £25; Ganmaiu, £120 ; Geralgambeth, £45; Goba* gumbalin,£50]; Gotarraloug, £10; Gundagai A, £10; Heifer Station, £40; Ironbong, £60 ; Junee, £100; Junee North, £100; Kynio, £30 ; Merrybandinyah, £40; Moouey Mooney, £J0 ; Marulebale;' £75 • Murril Creek,; £70 ; Nangus, £30 ; Oura, £15; Tooyal, £50 ; Wattai Creek, £10; Weaga« gallong, £10; Wantabadgery, £40. Messrs. Goldsbroiigh and Co. report (11th November):—We have sold 3600 bales wool— Grcns3vSd. to 13$d.; scoured pieces, lCd. to 21d.; ilecce, IGd. to 25!|d, the latter for Yara clip. Sales of local clips—Narrow Plains, 13!jd; lluild, ll£d.; Bullenbong, washed, 19.\d. Mr. C. M. Lloyd, of Yamma, lias aold 5000 ewes, and Messrs. Watt and Thomson, of Cocketgedong,, 3700 owes, . to M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

Waooa Facades.—Some of these are con spicuous ;for their beauty, some for their! ugliness, and some for neither, being scarcely worthy of the name. Such is Mr. Hunter's, opposite the Court House, better known as Hunter's on the Hill. His outside show is certainly not much, but we notice his internal arrangements are being made more com modious. He is now opening a show room that will be fully as large as liis upper shop, for the proper display of his stock of Pianos and Sewing Machiues. This was much wanted, for .lately his shops have beeu so crowded with goods that it was impossible to turn in them comfortably ; aucl his successful introduction of the system of time payment in disposing of Sewiug Machines lias so in creased the traffic in those indispeusable adjuncts to every Happy Home, that a commodious show-room for their display had become an absolute necessity for Wagga.— Advt. .. tuc-t.

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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, NOVEMBER 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

. THE &00K Wkjjp gJbMiser " This Is trito liberty, .when frccborn men, ., Having.to julviae tlie public, may; speak freo." <; Milton. ■"SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1875. Although, on the one hand, it is generally , admitted that/ competition is the soul of business, yet, on the other,: it caunot be denied that it is unfortunately sometimes the fruitful source of factional bickerings, pro fessionnl jealousies, and social envieB. iln proof of this, many instances could. ;be adduced all over the world, and in no place is the evil referred to more distinctly visible than in small com imunities. Perhaps it is not because among such it flourishes with greater Torcei,. bnt; rather because it makes' itself 'more ' apparent owing to : the (limited,nature of the field on which it. exists. For this reason therefore it is necessary on the part of those who havo the welfare, peace, and good will of a provincial town at heart, to endea vour to nip the growth of anything tending to m...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

WAG a A AVAGGA HOSPITAL. | { Vrntimj Committee, for • tlie ; moufchV:-r i Messrs. Cotteo and Mackimioii. Sub-Corn -Messrs. Roberts, Nixon, arid; Gar- | land.

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

; ARRIVAL OF TELE SUEZ MAID.; SYDNEY, Thursday. ! The Suez Mail arrived "at Adelaide this morning. Tlie following are the principal items of news ,, <. The Victorian Budget, ascompared with Sydney and New Zealand;.'has been un favourably criticised. Protection, it is be lieved, is destroying the prosperity of Victoria. Sir Moses Montefiore lias returned from Palestine, having succeeded in his benevolent missions affecting the condition of the Jews dwelling there. The Premier is spending .his vacation in visits to tlie seats of the aristocracy.. On the 8th September he was in the train which collided at Leicester, but escaped without, injury. i A public meeting, held in Loudon to ex press sympathy with the Herzegoviniau and. Bosnian insurgents, was scantily attended. A friendly letter from Earl Russel was read. ! A great Sl-ton gun, recently completed at Woolwich, has beon tested, and the experi ments havo been pronounced to be perfectly, successful* •' A proposal of the L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

JffiMfcA VILLA COCOA. — Taylor BnoTHKRS(the largestManufactnrers of Cocoa in Europe), liaving the exclusive supply of tbia unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Parity—fine Aroma— Sanative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power Easiness of Digestion and especially, high delicious flavour. 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. MARAVILLA COCOA.—The Globe says, tl Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Co.coa has achieved a thorough success, and super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tire solubility, a delicate aroraa, 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, &c. HOM<...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Nov. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. | [ASSOCIATED PSIiSS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Nov. 11. At a banquet given by the Lord Mayor, Mr. Disraeli made a speech, in which be said that tha war with China had been hap pily averted. He further added that the Ministry was deeply conscious of the magni tude of the interests of the British Empire .in regard to its Eastern policy, awl .they were resolved to guard those interests to the best of their ability. Mr. Birch, British Commissioner at :Perak, situated westward of the Malay Peuinsula, has been brutally murdered by Malays. Governor Sairvois proceeded at once to Perak with troops, and there has been a good deal of fighting. One officer! has been killed, and two officers and eight men have been wounded. ! LONDON, Nov. 10. 1 The Right Hon. W. E. Forster opened the session of the Edinburgh Philosophical Institute with an address on "The Colonial ijEmpire," in which ho pleaded for an im i ;periat policy in the Colonial Office, and strongly deprecate...

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. THIRD DAY—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. ROYAL PARK STAKES, Weight for age. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 13 November 1875

. V.E.C. SPRING MEETING. „ Third Day—thursday, November 11. .royai« park. stakes, Weight for age. Two miles. Mr. E. Do Mealrc's br c by Fireworks— Sylvia, 3 yrs... .. ... ... . 1 J. Taifc's b li Goldsbrougb, 5 yrs ... 2 H. lasher's br f Onyx, 3 yrs... ... 3 • TUB FLYING STAKKS, Weight for age. Threc»quartcrs of a mile* Mr. E. Do Mcstre's b c by The Marquis— Sour Grapes, 3 yrs ... ... 1 SirH. Robinson's bli Kingsborouglt, 4 yrs 2 Mr. J. Wilson's br c Newcastle, 2 yrs ... 3 - THE OAKS STAKES.—1A mile. Mr. J. Wilson's b f Maid of AUWork...: 1 W. Gerrard's b f Loquacity... ... 2 C; B. Fisher's b £ by The Marquis— Alpha r ... . ... > ... 3 si»niNG HANDicAr.—1;} mile. Mr. H. Fisher's br f Troy, 3yrs... ... 1 ! PLATE ,OF £100,' Weight for ago. Half a mile. Mr. T. Jones's b g Poodle, aged 1 It. Sevior's bg Cyclops, aged ... 2 XX, Howie's ro g Sheriff, .aged ... 3

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