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ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

ANNEXATION OF NEW'GUINEA; Tko following minute, refering-' to the above, written by Mr. Parkes while, in office was forwarded sorao tirao ago by Sir;,Hercules Robinson tp Lord Carnarvon. It shows that the late Government 'fully intended'to tnove in the matteivof the colonisation off New Guinea. , , ,MlNDfB,, FOB, HI3: EsOBU-BNCX THE: . n if , Governor;-' ; i - '.'Ou the subject of New Guinoa,' to which you made reference in onr con versation a few. days ago,,-1 desiro tp make some .obser vations i in which > uiy colleagues concur. ■ ' ' ' " The attention of this colony .has boon on. several pccasions directed to New.Guinoa by persons who havo boen much impressod by its natural fertility and rich resources. About Beveu ye&rS'ago an ofFdrb WaS made'to' form an association in Sydney for voluntary settle'mbht on the eastoni shore of the island ; and again in 1870 o's'-!187.r 'a' number of young rneji, mostly 'natives of tliis colony, arid some.of,them the sons of respectable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

IMPO UND I NO 'S. Noivrii Wa«{ia V/awja.--Ou. May 8, from Mitla? pong, by'Mr; 11. • j. unman'; driving, "Ss.flt'l \-\r.\xp. cheanut mare.slav, tf.U conjoined near Bhoulder, neftr hin<l foot white. Bay. .nmj-c, star,, like 11 or I' in circlo over II near shoulder, It or I* in circle off nhonlder, It near t!iigli,' illegible brand off neclc. Chesnut marc, blaze, liko lit faint near shoulder, bind feet wliito. Ke«advertlsed,,fresh. brand appear* in#:—Brown horse, larj?o star, illegible brand peay shoulder, like CC or G(J off. neck, lump off knee aged. To bo sold May 27. ' '' » Adki.o.vo.—-On 4th may, from Kalafat, by Mr. C. Baker:—Black horse, like S<5 over S< or S<1over near shoulder, like fW (J reversed) In one off shoulder, snip, Bay maro, like .J near sh'ouhfetf CB ofT shoulder,,off hind foot.white, stor, pillled tail. Also, on same day, from ilillas's Creek, by JVlr. Lar kins:—Bay marc, ttnbranded, near fore and oft hind feet white, ctar...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

Messhs. Kobinsok and Beskahd's roporfc (May 21.) Fat Stock.—The local iharkot is supplied. Tiiereis 110 outiikle iuqiury. We h.lVQ 150 bullocks to bo 'inspected on Moit* dnyt Store Cattle still continue to he in quired for. Wo bare sever:! very good lota on our books, for which v. j joaid Irs:*b. We sold this week, on accDuuc ut Mr. P. Fili> gibbon, £5 head nrixsl e-uio to Mr. Ben. Robinson. For bis, at a, jood ctveh figu"3. and have 200 cowa to bo next- week, also several small lota nea:* here. Si««re Sheep.—This clas3 of stock change bauds readily. We sold for Mr. Job Fowler, Coolo gong, to Messrs. M'Kcnzie Bros., Young, 1200 wethers, aud for Mr. J. A. M'Kin nun, Mimmcgong, to Mr. Ilavgraves, 200 ewes in lamb, and have three lots to bo in spected this week. Wethers of fattening ages and wcaners are much inquired for. Stations, &c.—Inquiry is now made for stocked and unstocked country. We have two stations on the Bogau being inspected, and have a nice property near town,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

^14 ^ : F. ROPER : "D.EGS to announce that ho is now prepared to show one of the Largest and '■U ' ! ' ' Best Assorted Stocks of ■ ov; NEW DRAPE R,Y . i, , For tbo approaching season, including ' All tlio Leading- Novelties in Dress - ' and Fashion, 7 > , (Which he intonds offering . AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES. DRESS DEPARTMENT: ■ ' la tbis department will be found some FlltS T-OL^LSS VALUE 'In Black Glacos, Black Groa Grain, and Gros d'Afriquo, &c., whioli, FOB QUALITY AND MAKE, CANNOT BE SURPASSED. ■■■■■V Satin Cloth, in all tho New Shades of colour. Silk llepp, do do do '"j. All-wool Ropp, do- do do Dress Serge, plain and figured, in groat variety of colour and price. Homespun, now so much admired for Ladies' Costumes and Promenade Dresses, will be found in every variety of shade and price. French Merinos in every colour and quality. Wool Plaids, in Shepherd's, Bob B.oy, and various Clans. A large lot of Aberdeen and Super Winceys, remarkable for their cheapness. The...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (20th May.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

IIELBOUKNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (20th Slav.) Stoiii! Stock. — Cattle : The demand in Queensland fur local consumption is now ad great that very few consignments arc likely to bo made to the southern markets, and prices will probably remain unaltered nt present for all well-bred cattle. Quota tions—Bullocks, superior,"8 to G years old, £5 to j£G; ditto, good, ;S-L Ids to £o ; cows, superior breeding, £5 to £6 ; ditto, good, £4 to £4: los. Sheep.—Owing to late rains, prices have risen considerably. Quotations —"Wethers, G and 8 tooth, Gs to 7s Gd ; ditto. 2 and 4 tooth, 5s to Gs Gd ; ewes, 2, 4 and 6, tooth, Gs to 8s ; ditto, 8-tooth, 4s to Gs j weaners, mixed sexes, 5s to Gs. Sales.— Messrs. Ettcrshank, Eaglestone, and Co. report tho sale of 4500 wethers at full market value, and 1500 superior bullocks at top figures. Pvms Stock.—Messrs. Stratford Strettle- and Co. sold during the week 200 pure Lincoln ewes, on account of Messrs. D. M'lntosh Bros., at a high figure. Fat Stock.—Sheup :—...

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ALFRED TOWN QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

ALFRED TOWN QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY ■ RACES. This littlo nimual race-meeting took place on Monday, and, through being a general holiday, a "goodly number of persons "was attracted by the pvograuimo furnished, and by tho lime the entrances were out a very fair crowd -was present. The contests were pretty good. A. few spills took place during' the day, but fortunately, beyond a little shaking, nothing further occurred. Tho Cimindroo hordes appropriated nearly all tho raecs, being a cut too good for tho others. A really good lunch was most liberally pro vided by the hostess, Mrs. Power, and her efforts to please seemed (o succeed, as iv good aliuro o£ tho liquid comforts seemed to be in great demand. Mr. H. Cr. Linlott filed the post of judge, and Messrs. M. Donnelly; I4\ Lintott, and Hill acted as stewards, giving general satisfaction. Shortly after 12 acloek the bell rang for tho first race. MAIDEX PLATE, Of 5 sovs., for all maiden horses. One and a half mile. "Weight for age. Mr. L. Davlin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

Special Advertisements. Wool. H A. STINGS CUNINGHAM ANO CO., WOOIj-BROKEBS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOltKS, Collins-street West, MKLttOUIiXE. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrumhidgcc, Lachlau, and l)avling districts that wc are prepared to makcliboi-al advances on tbc most favourable tcrni3 upon ilic Ensuing Ci.u* or Wooi-, and also upon approved station tci'urities. Having mado extensive additions to our nlreadi' commodious warehouses, by which their dorage capacity has doubled, we arc enabled ' ' ofl' 1 facilities :ov conducting the trade unsurpan-ed by r.ny linn iu the colonies' and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BHOKERS ONLY OK COMMIT'OX, we have no interest, cither dircctly or indirectly, in the purchase ot any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be scoured for their consignments. Our Snlce, during the ensuing Woo! Season, will be regula.'.rvl...

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WEST WAGGA. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

WEST WAG G A. '"''I FlllST iNNINOtf. I Jackson, b Tempest > .,< S3 Phillips, b Tempest... 12' (J. Tliorne, b Stevenson . . 1 Macklc, I) Stevenson.. . •c II. G. Bayhs, b Tempest ... .. II. Baylis, thrown out Stevenson.. .. 1 It. Baylis, hot out .. .. 0 J. "Wall, run out Stevenson r.*.; • 3; Mcare3r b Tempest .. ... .. . .. . 0 Lcitch, bStevenson .. .. ... -4 H. Thome, c Mair. b Tempest .. ■ .. .; 0. Byca. &c. V/ v. :4; 'Total.. .. ': SECOND lNM>GS Jackson, b Stevenson > . ...fv;. /18 * Phillips, c and b Tempest .. .. 0 G. Thome, c Mtvir b Tempest : . . ' .. • &. Maekio. not out .. .. . • ... v .. 11 II. G. Baylis. b Tempest H. Buylis, hit wicket ; .v ,-0 R. Baylis. run out Mail 1 J. "Wall, b Stcvcnaon &; Meares, b Tempest .. . 0' Leitch, <3 Tempest, b Stevenson .. . .v > 6 31. Thome, b btevenson ^..i.» vO Byes, &u. - ... - .. r 11' Total..,; 00,

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

lUYElt GAUGE. Showing tlio height of the Murrambiilgce abovn .summer level at Wngga Wngga:— Ft. In. May 21 (falling) .. .. G 0

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CRICKET. EAST WAGGA V. WEST WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

CRICKET. EAST WAGG.V V. WEST 17AGGA. The flnnl nintjli of tho season between these two juvonile clubs was played on Monday, and resulted in an cosy victory for the bailors from the East. A bat was. given on tho occasion by Mr. H. B. Fitz hardiuge to the Ugliest.scorer in tho match. The trophy was won by Jackson, a "Wcatito, who scored 41 in two innings. Appended is tho score. 32 AST TV AG OA . 1'IIWT LS.NI.NCJH. Stevenson, b Phillips 13 Henry Mair, b Jackson .. ... 0 Muuiford run out Jacltson.'. . 2 I; Tempest, c Thome, b Jackson .. - 0 ltay Mair, c 11. Baylis, b Phillips..; .. ,. .2 Tompson, b Jackson.. .. ' ! ..:ji Carpenter, not out .. .. .. .. , 1) " Love, b Jackson .. .. .. . .. 0 Cox, b Jackson .. .v. 3 ' MacUay, b Jackson .. . .. 1> • Ryan, c and b Philips . . .. . 7;\-^ 0 Byes, &c. .. .. •».. • •..♦ .. •••; 0. . Total.. .. 51 . . ' • Si:CONl> 1N.NIK08 Stevenson, c Jackson b Phillips.,,• v. 10 Henry Mair, cThorne, b Phillips.. ; 1»1 . Muuiford, b Phillips.. ../ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTfON. flay 27.—"SVilkinbo:;, Hank, Mi.vcm?:, and Co.— Store catllc. North Wagga Yartls, l o'clock. Juao 2.—A. T. Kolton—Freehold property, /-::sira 3Ian Hotel, 2 o'clock.

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDNENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

ALBUl'Y. fFItOM OUR OWN COnnKRl'OXDKN-'r.^ The Queen's Birtlulay 1ms come and gone, 'find a finer one could not bo wished for by monarch, prince, or peasant, Ifc can scarcely he said of Jhc Fire Brigade Demonstration . that it was a success, yet, when all things aro considered, it cannot be pronounced a failure, and indeed it should not be. Altbo* the presenco of the Friendly Societies (".friendly" is a misnomer) might add a little cclat to the proceedings, still ifc is as well that theBrigado had the opportunity of being the "observed of all observers" on the occa sion, and it may be said that they are a fine athletic lot of men ; many of them are in respectable positions in the town. The best wish in connection with the Fire Brigade is that their services may not be required, but should they be, I have no doubt that energy, manhood, and other valuablo characteristics of a Fire Brigade would bo displayed by the Albury men. The weather continues fine, days sunny, nights bright and f...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION' REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION' REPORTS. •SYDNEY. Messhh JLvimisoN, Jones, and Dkvmh re port (Mny 22)—Woof..—4!>9 bales ollercd, 330 Bold. The market this week allowed little or no alteration from last sales; the competition continuing brisk {«>r all des criptions, am) prices were linn. The prices ranged—For llecc", H.',d to JSIjd ; greasy Gd to lid; Exhibition (by us) 12$; scoured, 14.}d to sJ,V\i\. Sheepskins were in better request than at last sales, and ns greasy v;ool is now getting very <;caro, there is a better opening {or skins, to keep the fell mongering and washing establishments in work. '1'lie sales ranged—Best, 7d to 8ijd ; medium, od to (>£d ; pelts and short wooi, 2d to 4id. Tallow..—303 casks offered, loS sold, For shipping tallows there was nr> demand, nearly all the buyers having gone out of the market for the present. In trade lots there was a scarcity of buyers, and the oalea were extremely dull. The sales ranged —For mutton, none sold ; be.-f, 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

BAJttKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOGK BANK. INTEREStf'allowcd on fixed deposits at . current rate?, Drafts issued on all the Branches and Agencies in New South "Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand J also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. ■ " W. A. COTTEE, Manager. ' Wagga Wagga, 't 2Sth September, 1808. ■ THE COMMERCIAL BANKING. ■ COMPANY OF SYDNEY. WA'GGA 1 "WAGGA BRANCH.' DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon. Approved Security, and all other usual Bankiug Busi? nesBTransacted. " . The Bank issues Drafts and Letters^ of ' Credit upon its various Branches and Agen*. cies-throughout r : NEW SOTTTII "WALES, •. VICTORIA, ' . ". . • > .. QUEENSLAND, . '* ' . ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 'TASMANIA, • ■■■'■■ '•••' ■ - V-'M V AND .• ,■ ;NEW ZEALAND. ' . Also upon all the Principal Town's in the . ' • : , ' United'Kingdom. • ■ ' ' ; \ PRED. W. GOWLLAND, ' ' ' '...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

GOULBURN. JgMnssifs. 7. S. Comss ani> Co.'s Keport : —(M.*.y22.) Fat Cattle.—The market is very finn at 21s to 22s per >ibs., and aa Sydney buyers have been pmeii ising largely in tiiia district, thero is wot the idi^htjsfc doubt but that piiccs mu-G rnic veiy throughout the wjn^r. Quoii.iions—Best bullocks, £S io £9 ; njcili im to gccd,£7 to The demand for <j;o<ju com" wcli-growu c.attle is increa<:in£, uny nu.u '2i* o: which could readily be sold if sellc-j would give way a litt'.o in favour of buyers, (flotations —AU lm\lock3, 100.3 to 110s ; equal Gexi>3, 75a to 9i>a ; cows, 703 (r> £(■«. l?afc Sheep.— The market is very buoyant and firm, wish a .scarcity of really prime cheep. Quotations —Best 5G-lb wethers, 11a Gd to 123 6d ; lighter weights iu proportion. Store Shuep —We hft'.n no alteration to note in this clans of p'-Mjk. Good ccrntid sheep ai'O in quired for. with very few for sale. Quota tions— Goo.s. Hound 5 and 8-tooth wet...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

YASS. Mkssrr Joke* ani> Buouoiiton' (May 15) — L^nt Cattle.—Owing to th« incIcmcncy of 11; e weather none arrived at our yards ou Saturday last. We quule bullocks at £G to £7 10a, and up to .-C8 5a, according to weight nnd quality; cows, £5 to £(3 5s. Storo Cattle.—A largo amount of business could be done in tins market if the right sort could be brought forwr.rd, say bullocks lit for fattening, nnd young cows. We sold this week a few small lots of mixed at fair prices. Store Sheep.—We have buyers hold* ing back for maiden e'.vcs ; very few coming forward. Fat Sheep.—We have no sales to report. "We have buyers waiting to pur chase, if really prime at top prices. We quote fat weddcr* from 10s to 1.1s. Horses. We had. very few at our yards on Saturday owing to the heavy raiii. Our sales have been—G colts, Mr. P. Besnard'a, at £12 10s each, to Mr. M. Reardon ; 3 colts, Mr. Hear douTo, £14 each, to Mr. Lalor; grey horse, Mr. Nash's, at £G, to Mr. Lalor; bay horso, Duncan Ledger's £4 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

The Question of the Day. WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR DRAPERY? I Why, at C. Cortlsom's .New Drapery Shop r , LS )S. J NEXT TO ME. W. C. HUNTER'S* , )t ,< > ^ ; . The Largest. aiidvGlieapest 'Stock. ofDrapeiyand.Bootsever shown in the town. "> Zf you want to moot your frionds, you will be sure to see them at C. Corthorn's Drapery and Soot Shop. ' 1K "i Moil's Clothing at Wonderfully Low Prices. Boois. Boots. ' Soots. 1 Tho prices of these goods'are astonishing "every one; Cash Purchasers, should- be sure and go to C.' Corthorn Wagga Wagga Drapery and Boot Shop,-next to Mr. W. 0. Hunter's.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

IT 1ULS OF NEWS. Monday in honour of our Queen's Birth day, was kepi as a general holiday here, nil places of business showing a shuttered exterior. The streets r.s usual on such oc casions, presented during the day an empty appearance, the only laiots of men seen, being hi the vicinity of the Louses of the dealers in spirituous liquors. In the way of amuse ment, thoro were tho races at Alfred Town (reported elsewhere), and (lie pigeon l1iog:!.ii; match which took place at Mr. Curtis Farmers' Home Hotel. To view* this Aj^r. :• : good few assembled, but- the shooting vra cf tho tamest dweriptiou, there evidently being no rules observed as to the distance of the trap, securing wounded birds, loading, &£., &c. Apart from this, some of the birds were ex tremely young, somewhat too much sd for good spoil. I'rom vhat wo could .mi, Messrs. 31. Higgius, F. Best, and X Robins, went in for a 0^. sweep, for which, they shot on till one only was left as -winner. Mr* Hjggius was ...

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YOUNG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

YOUNG. (fiiom oun own coitni:sro-NDi:NT.l " A burnt child (treads the /ire," but it seems tlmfc sometimes si burnt out man courts it. One of.' tho sufferers by the late conflagration is doing his best to laeilitato a recurrenco of tho calamity by creeling a couple of houses of the band-box class, at t ho corncr of Main and Buvrowft Streets. These said cvections will form an excellent connecting link—when another firo takes place—between tho com bustible dilapidations in both streets. At the opposite corner Sir. Cohen is about to eefc an example worthy of imitation. TJio new Albion Hall will not only supply a pressing want, but form an ornament to the town. Tho designs, by Mansfield, include every desirable convenieneofor a first-class hotel. In tlio meantime Mr. Colien lias pro vided for the accommodation of his patrons by fitting up tho old 13eehivo Store as diuing i.nd bed rooms. One epidemic follows hard upon tho hcelj of another. "Marbles is out! Measles i3 gone!" Revivalism has...

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CALENDAR. —MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

CALENDAR. —M AY. Su.f. Moon. Rises Sets. Rises Seta. 1 Saturday 2 Sunday 3 Monday 4 Tuesday 5 Wednesday 0 Thursday 7 Friday 8,Saturday OlSuuday 10 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday.. Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday 1 2S 2 35 3 43 4 02 fl 52 I 10 67 J11 53 p.m. )12 38 1 1 14 1 1 4(> 12 3S ' 1 32 2 23 3 22 •1 10 : 5 10 0 14 7 12 B ii 9 r> 0 58 )10 d5 i 11 28 Moott'fl PlIA8K. New Moou—Thursday, Cth, 1.0 a.m. • First Quarter • Wednesday, 12th, 6.-12 i>.t Full Moon—Thursday, 20th, 0.55 p.m. Last Quarter—Fri.sy, 2Sth, 4.35 p.m.

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