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CRICKET. BANKERS v. ALL-COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
CRICKET. Uankbiib V. ; Ael-combrs.. '•. The return match between the above sides was commenced on Saturday last, and will be finished next Saturday. As tho* appended' score shows, the gamo, so far as it has gone, is all in favour of tl o AU*comers, although the Bankers made a good stand. Neither the bowling nor the fielding during tho day was very c* editable to performers. In batting the best innings of tho afternoon-was Dune's 55, not out. > Tompson, Mackinnon, and Gowlland alfio played well, and Tempest ran lip 19 quickly. Tompson captained the Baulrers, and 'Alackinuon the: AU-comcrsi .BANKERS. FIIIH T . I N N I N « H. Dargln, b Mackintion fl Scriven, c Jladford, b Dimo .. .. U Gowlland, run out 18 Bryant, run out: - ' ... 0 Toinpson, b Ilax ..110 Mnir, bDnrSo 0 Drake, b Maekinnon.. :'fi; Tempest, bDonovan • .. .. 10 Elworthy, not out .. .. .. .. li Scott, c Mnekinnon; b Bax..' .. •. .• .1 Tugwcll, b Donovan.. .. .. .. 0 31yea Widea ... 115
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. EO UL' LANGUAGE IN PUBLIC STREETS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
ORIGINAL COlilUlSPOXDUNCM.' EO UL' LANG UAGE IX PUBLIC STKEKTSi , . , ... (To the Editor of 'thc Advertiser.) Shi,—To-day,, as I and two. geutlemon wei'o passing up Kuicnid-strcet, wo met .Mi'. M 'Abator's, Jiorso, I'linaJ, being .led'by • tlio . mail who* generally performs >'tunt duty, and in company with hitn was a young man, also connected with tho stitbles of Messrs, Jiowen nudJl'Alister. 'Of the latter I lia\o nothing to say, but I'can answer you the l.mguago used, in a loud tone of voiee, by the man who led tho horse; was the most disgusting I over heard uttered in a public street. Yours, &c., A WITNESS. Wnggn W#gg».
THE Magga Magga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1875 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
■ THE . ■fHn00irM2tggir^b6erii!ifr " This Is true liberty, when freoborn men, Ilftvlng to mlvlso.the public, may Apeak free.": Mii.tok. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21-, 1875 Those who have watched the great strides New South Wales line taken, during tho last few years,in commerce, owing to the adoption of a free trade policy, cannot but have been disap pointed and astonished at tlio in difference exhibited by her legislators iu tho matter of railway extension. While Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and New Zealand have been pushing railways all over their territories as fast as they could do so with pecuniary benefit, this colony lias been almost standing still, bo far as opening up her valuable hut unknown tracts of land. It cannot ho urged that the apathy we complain of has arisen out ofiguoranco, on the part of tho Govern ment, of the ■ immense undeveloped treasures which belong to the colony over which they hold the: reins of administrative power. That suchexist is , not, apparent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
Special A&vortisemsnts. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. : • GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WAIIE IIOUSES, MELBOOItNE. i R. GOLDSBROUGH AND C0.; BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania,. and New Zealand, tlint 'their Warehouses arc now ready for -the Reception arid Sale of AVool during tlic Season,'and thai; lliey arc prepared to make ■ - LIBERAL >■ OASFI ADVANCES, i ON FAVOUJUnLB TKKMS, Onthe ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be hold on oach Monday and Wkdnksday during the Season,, and -proceeds will be paid on tho • Tuesday following. , . . ; ■ . Tlioy act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents' nmy rely. on.their best endeavours . to obtain tho fullest Market "Value for any .Consignments with which they- : may be favored. Their cxtoiisivo /Warehouses, havo: been constructed* specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the best advantage, fclm Sample Rooms being lighted ...
SYDNEY OYSTER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
SYDNEY;. .OYSTER TRADE. Mr. Morfc, 111 his; interesting papor which ho read,on Wednesday last, referred briefly to tho cultivation of oystors, and to tho good chance thcrois, under judicious management, of making money out of them, says the Echo./; .He noted.'that' tlio fact of oystors being sold in England at the rate of £12 a bushel >yast ouough.\ to mako .MrJ i Holt's mouth water,' and that that gentleman had told him not long since that if he sold them at 10s. a.bushel lie. would he satisfied... :Iti would, indeed, bo beneficial for. tho colony if many gentlemen! instead of hoarding up their money, were to spend it iu the develop ment of enterprises with which their names would, perhaps for.. years, l>o associated. Wo believe that our waters aro admirably adapted for the cultivation of the oyster, but unfortunately tho .beds have been sadly mis used at 'times, and the numbers of the (ish very much thinned by the rough treat* ment to twhich'the beds have been sub jected at,...
LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
LAND NOTES. Tlio Government Gazette of the IOlU con tains a notification that the following unneces sary road applied for to bo closed and alienated by S. M. Sniift, -will bo closed arid - alienated at the expiration of 3 months from the v date of such notification. No. &lt;1059, county of Wyhyard, parish of Tunuit, 2a 3r 27p, being the road one chain ••wide dividing j port of portion 1'14 from 1'17. ' Notifications of the following reserves from sale aro published in a supplement to the Go vernment Gazetto of the lUth ' instantFor AVutoiv • supply, Laehlan District—No. 828, G'XQ acres, Bereinbed !Rtm,: commencing at 0 mile tree, thence -west,. north and cast, to enclose area. No. 82G, G10 acres, Monument . Flats ,• Ruii, commencing half-mile cast! of contre of Kangaroo Holes, thence north-west and south-cast to enclose area. No. 830, G10 ; acres, snmc ran; commencing half a mile east of New Tank, do do. For Kefuge in time of, Floods—No. 832, 1 'square mile, on Lake Cowal Ki...
PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
PASTORAL MEMS., Onr Narandora Correspondent reports 2000 sheep, Armstrong in charge, crosscd the punt on Friday, going north. iMossrs. Woolridgo and f\Vron,(Deni1iqmn) report the sale of 1500 maidon ewes on no count of Messrs. Peppin and Sons, Wan ganclla, and 20 rains, at'a high figiiro; also for Messrs. MacU' Bros., Mnrgah, 2000 wethers/ ' •• 4\": Mr. William Rand, of , Mortray . station, has purchased 2000 4-tootli ewes from Mr. R. ltond, of Mohonga. Oliver and' Tompson agents. We draw attention to the announcement of Messrs. Wilkinson, Jiann, Minchin, and Co. that the sale of 300 head of storo. cattle advertised by thorn for Saturday next: is postponed. ' By a telegram from our Young corres pondent, published elsewhere, we learn .that the sale of Cooraburrama -was nob effected at auction on Monday. A sale, however, is expectod to take place to-day by private treaty. . _ ;r. Mr. William Halliday, of .Brookong,-- has sold 1700 2*tooth ewes to Messrs. K; Ahcrne and Sons1 Oliver and...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
1'i'EMS Off NEWS. . ArTEK'the conclusion of the.crickot match on Saturday, a meeting of the members of the Waggn Club was held. A largo number of members wero present, Mr. Scriveo, Vice president, occupying the cliair (?) The Hon. Secretary read tho following letter from Mr. A. G. Jones, sent in answer to the sugges tions, published below, submitted to him for his approval ! "Wagga "Wagga, 18fch November, 1875. ' P. Durio, Esq., lion. Sec. WAV.C.O. Dbak Slit, — I.liavo received your letter and enclosed suggestions. 1 am perfectly satisfied with the conditions specified, ami, if agreeable to the members of tho Club, I would suggest and bo glud if three of their number would undertake to make all futuro necessary arrangements ; and, if I may bo permittod to nominato tho particular members, I would name yourself, Mr. Uowllund, and Mr. Mao 'kinnon. I will take care that tho Cup shall bo worth compotiugfor. lours taunumy A.G.JONES. It was resolved to acknowledge Mr. Jones'a letter,mill a...
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET.' | Messrs. Hastings Cuningham and Co (November 10) report; Wc hold our usual weekly sale at our stores this afternoon, at which we submitted a long catalogue containing 2G00 bales wool. The sales made by miction amounted to 1470 bales, besides which we disposed of privately 500 bales during the week, making a total of '2000'bales since our last report. There was a good at tendsnce of buyers to-day, and fair competition for nil lots brought forward; but an easier feeling was manifested, and prices ascoinparedwith rates obtained at our sale of last week, show a blight decline in value. Quotations are for greasy from tid to 13d per lb : the latter figure being obtained for a portion of the clip from the Mount Hattcry Campany. Scoured, llid to 18jd per lb ; fleece, from lO&d to 2s 2d per lb, for the clip of Mr. Colin Campbell, of Huangor, and 2s 3d for a portion of Mr. A. "Wilson's clip from Mount Emu, both lots being got up in beautiful condition.
B E Y O N D J O R D A N. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
B E Y O K D JOItUAJf. 13v Joaquin mn,li;rc. And they canio, to him, mothers of Juclah, , l)ayk-cyud uud in splendour oC luiir, Bearing down over, shoulders of beauty, 'Aiid.ljqsoiiis littlf liicldeii, half baroj. And' ihoy brought; hinV. their bubea niul be sought him '! ' Half Kneeling, with suppliant nil', To , bless ili'o browii; cboriibs ^tlioj'.broiiglili him,' 'y. V.' j Williholy lintidsluiilin, tlipiv luiiiv Then renelilng liis lunula lio said, lowly^ "Of. sucli1 is iiiy; Kingdom j" owl then Took (iiu browii'litU^linbcs iii 'tlio lioly ' White hiimls of the Saviour of nien Held thcmeloso to liis heart mid caress'd them . -■ . ; l'itt liis fueo down to theirs as in prayer, l'ul their hands to liis licel;, and so bleaa'cl (hum, v . . ■: ... ; ' With baby lunula liiilin liis hair. ; .
SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
SANDHURST. ■i' jUcssrs. Powcrs, Rutherford,: and Co. report:~Fat Cattle.—071 yarded, consisting almost entiroly of small mobs; no northern cattle of any importance forward, Every variety of quality, was represented, ' rind owing to the good'attendance of the trade, the whole, was cleared out.at about rccent rates, good quality being especially in demand. We quote —Beef, 22s Od to 27s fld per 1001b, and havo sold— for'Messrs. J. Steol, W. Wilson, J. and R. Newton, J.-Baldwin, Mini, Kourke, M'Naugh, Duify, 15. M'Gowan, and others, 193 head, at quotations. Fat Shcepi-~9,ti'j0 penned ; not more than one half were fit for tlio trade. Throughout the market was dull, r at a still furthor decline on last week's rates. Outside buyers assisted materially in clearing the market. ' Our sales were 4,285 for various owners, at quotations, ■ ■which ate—wethers. Os t«» 13s ; ewes, 8s to Us. ' Messrs. Kttershank, Kaglestone, and Co.'s report (Nov. 10):—Fat Cattle.—(571 were yatded, most of which wcr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 November 1875
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; LAVENDER — HANN. — On the 16th instant at St. Luke's Church, Emerald Hill, by the Rev. Canon Dickenson, James S. Lavender, of Wagga Wagga, to Jennie, eldest daughter of F. B. &nbsp; Hann, Emerald Hill. DEATHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; D'ARCY. — On 2nd September, at Galway, Ireland, the Rev. John D'Arcy, M.A., Vicar and Rector of Galway for fifty-four years, and son of the late Martyn D'Arcy, Esq., of Houndswood, aged 81. FOSBERY. — On 10th September, at Bracknell, Berks, the Rev. T. V. Fosbery, Vicar of St. Giles, Reading, and formerly Chaplin to Dr. Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford.
MR. STANLEY THE AFRICAN EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
STANLEY THE AFRICAN EXPLORER. Good news, from a geographical "point of. view, has been received from Mr. Stanley, tbe leader of the expe dition into Africa, equipped by the New York Herald and the London Telegraph. The enterprising:traveller started from Zanzibar at the close of last year, and reached tbe shore of the great lake Victoria Nyanza by the 1st of. March, having accomplished ii dis tance of upwards of 700 miles through a hitherto unexplored region in 103 days. He then launched his boat, the Lady Alice, on the lake, and by the middle of May he had coasted round and across the lake, a distance of at least 1000 miles. : It will bo remem bered'that this lake was discovered by Speke and Grant, who found that the Kile debouched from its northern end over tbe Ripon Falls. The Nile has other sources not yet explored, but no doubt -the greater body of its waters are derived, unless perhaps during the season of floods, from thelako. Thoro was some doubt whether the Victoria Nyauza ...
CAPTAIN WEBB, THE CHANNEL SWIMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
CAPTAIN WEBB, THE CHANNEL SWIMMER. The Lanoot publishes the results of nn examination of Captain Webb, made by Mr. Henry Smith, Surgeon to King's College Hospital. Some of the points of this report, may bo interesting to those engaged in athletic exercises of any kind. Mr. Smith says:—"As Captain Webb, who is 5ft. 8in. iu height and weighs 14 stone and a half, stood beforo mo stripped to the waist, Icould not fail being struck with the splendid form and symmetry of his chost, neck, and arms, and I was somewhat as tonished to find him with such good flesh and so little angularity, ns it were, about him. I expected, after such hard training and such severe oxertions, that the muscles would stand out in relief and be well marked, as one lias seen in prize-fighters and oilier athletes; but, on the contrary, there was a consider able development of other tissue besides that of muscle. On putting him into various attitudes, however, and making him exert particular muscles, thoir fine deve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
MAR.AVII.IiA COCOA. — Taylor Iiita i iu:lts(tln! largestMauufacturers of Cocoa in Europe), having tho exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison witli any other Cocoa for Purity—Hue Aroma— Sauative, Nutritive and Sustaining Power Easiness of Digestion and especially, high delicious flavour. One trial will establish it as n° favourite beverage for breakfast, lim eheon, and a soothing refreshment nfter a lato evening. N. IB.—Caution—"Mauavilt.a" is a registered Trade Mark. OTARAVILIiA COCOA.-Tlie Globe says, " Tayi.ou Bhotiieiis' llaravilla Cocoa has achieved a thorough success, and super sedes every other Cocoa in the market. En tiro solubility, a delicate aroma, and a l'aro concentration of the purest clomeuts of nutri tion, distinguish tho jMuravilla Cocoa abovo all others. For Invalids aud Dyspop
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
Holloway's Ointment and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endaugers life. A little attention, moderate porscverauco, and trilling expense will enable the moat diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. Positive Virtues.—The most of the so called great remedies possess only that sort of nogativo or passive virtue, which, whilo it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger life. limsTOi/s Sarsaparilla is equally safo, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in tho human system, where it is used, and thus it is that it always ©fleets complete and laating cures.—Ai>vt.
THE SPECTRE OF THE BLACK SWAMP.—AN OVERLANDER'S STORY. (Australian Journal.) (CONCLUDED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
the spectre of the black swamp.—an overlander's ■:;r- story. .: (A uatralian Journal. J (concluded.) How; long this ch'eadful thing had takon possession of me I can't say, butits presence was suddenly with drawn) and all my senses aud; faculties returned to me immediately. At tbiB moment the horse, too, recovered from tbo stupor into which ho had been thrown, and mado a desperato attempt to rise. I, however, was on the nlort to prevent him. The horse was an ex tremely vicious and dangorons hrute, and I knew well, if I allowed him to get up, he would, in all probability, * dnsh out rny brains boforo I could got clt'tir of him. So 1 threw my arm ovor Wis head and held liirn down, and waq just about to cooey for Milce to corao to my assistance, when my voice was nin vested by hearing a series of the most dreadful shrieks aud shouts. They came from the direction of the tent, aud, turning1 my head with difficulty in that direction, I saw that the tent wiis onveloppd in a dense whitevmist...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
Special Advertisements. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBEOOGH'S WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. • R. GOLDSBROUGH AND, CO. " BEG to announce to the Wool Growers . and • Merchants of: the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for tho •Reception and Salo of Wool during the Season, and that they are prepared to make : LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, • • • ' ON FAVOURABLE/iERMS, On the ensuing Clip of Woolj either, for sale iii this market, or shipment to London, j Sales by Public Auction will bo held on oach Monday and WKpNEsi)/LY ' during the I Season, and proceeds wiU; be ;pnid- on the Tuesdav following. ' •• ;; ; : Thcy'acb as Selling Brokers only,. and con* stituents may rely ;on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest' Mai'kefc Value for any! Consignments with which - they, may be favored. , ...Their cxtensivo Warehouses have linen" constructed specially for the ; Storage and Display of Wool tb the best advantage, tho Sample Rooms being lighted on an i...
CONTRADICTORY. (Melbourne Punch). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 27 November 1875
OONTRADICTOEY. (Melbourne Punch }. A limn'a voted tight if lie's, " out on tbo loose : .. ■■■' : (SynonymonB torms oloso connected), And il your fair.swecthoart your love should refllSO," ■ . Declaring that you're not the limn alio would ; choose, • • • . • . Your lovo'a not returned, though rejected I If you're "down in tbo miro," you arocalled " up a tree," For by bock terms "hard up", is ox prossed— • And if at n party fair damsels you see, They're declared in full-dress, though it eeemetli to mo That tliey rarely nro rooro than half dressed. , When a mail' has been ill, but contrives to pull round, Of him you will then hear it said— That, thanks to some great doctor's science profound; ' Ho is porfectly cured, but strange though it sound, . A pig's'never- "cured" till it's dead I A member of Parliament stands forn "seat," And his "screw" he likes " down on the nnil j" Deft "hands" can accomplish a dexterous " feat"— ; And money and sugar aro both reckoned sweet, And a " mayor " ...