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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 17. (Before F. A. Tompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

WAG6A WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY,-JUNE 17. (Before Is A. Tompson, Esq., J.P.) Thoilm Christian, Timothy Murphy, aiul John Sullivan, charged with cattle-stealing, wera rtimanded until tlio -4th instant. Fiud.YV, JUNE 18, (Before F. A. Tompaon, Esq., J.P.) Charles Wilson, charged with stealing blankets, the. propprty of Messrs, Love and Roberts. Constable Larking ddposed that on tlw 17th instant, lie arrested the prisonei' on tho above charge. Stephen Hopkins, a porter, in tho employ of Messrs, Love and Roberts, On the evening of the 1/th Instant, saw prisoner take some blankets from tho doorway and walk off with them j followed him, when he threw the blankets down and ran away ; caught him at the corner of Gur wood-street, and brought hiin back. John Thomas Itoburts deposed that the blankets produced were tho property of the iirui, and their value about £5. The prisoner Was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions,

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

JUST ARRIVED) AT GEORGE FORSYTH & CO.'S, 1 " BALE OF SCARLET FLANNELS. DRAPEE;Y I -DIE^J^FOEIR/Sr 11 GEO. FORSYTH & CO. JJAVE GREAT PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE PUBLIC THAT, HAVING RECEIVED WITHIN THE LAST WEEK OVER ONE OASES : , .i ?. ,.:r- " Of -'i Their STOCK is now FULLY SUPPLIED With EVERY REQUISITE for the PRESENT SEASON* TIHIIE ITEW : boiiTSIC^ME^T ? . COMPRISES LADIES' SHAWLS, MANTLES, JACKETS, DRESSES, HATS, UNDERCLOTHINGS, Ac., Ac. G-EHSTTXilSMBlSr?® CLOTHING, Of English and Colonial manufacture, HATS, CRIMEAN SHIRTS, Ac., Ac. LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S COLONIAL AND ENGLISH BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., Ac. a. F. & CO. DESIRE TO ADD THAT AS THEIR ? sTooic-T^iciiNra Is now in course of operation, and MUST BE COMPLETED before the FIRST OP JULY, They; have adopted their ANNUAL CUSTOM by REDUCING the PRICE LIST to COS T, To enable thorn to CLEAR THE STOCK ON HAND DURING THE MONTH. . rp H E U N D E R S I G N E D, having disposed of his business at the BTJ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

WEEKLY CALENDAR. DAY. MONTH. Saturday June 19 Sunday .. " Monday .. " Tuesday .. " : Wednesday " Thursday.. Friday .. " MOON'S PHASE Full Moon, 21th, 11 "4:t a.m.

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

TABLE TALK. WHY shouldn't we liav'o a club ? Man lias: been defined as a club-able animal; but that,; it must l>o admitted, was in Loudon, where both clubs and moil may be supposed to differ slightly from anything attainable in Wagga Wagga. Still, I repeat, wjiy not have a club ? A club, says the learned Dr. .Tohnson, liirasolf a sort of jure ilivino King of Clubs, when clubs were trumps indeed " A club, sir, is an assembly of good fellows, meeting under certain conditions." Arc there 110 "good fellows" in and about Wagga, who could meet together under certain conditions-say, that there should bo 110 shouting, no "swindling" in wide awakes, with pet threcpennys, for " drinks " that nobody wants, no moonlight concerts or surreptitious serenadings of lovely ladies who, I have no doubt, would much rather be sleeping the sleep of the beautiful, in the arms of Morpheus? Of course there aro lots of them-many of them members of good clubs elsewhere-men familiar with the club throng, and...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE STATION AND THE FARM. PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

THE STATION AND THE FARM. PIGS. THE question is always asked, why does Australia send so muck hard cash to Britain for hams and bacon, and when is this to cease ? As appropriate to this query, the Queenslandcr has a short paper upon the right sort of porkers to select and rear. "That Agricultural Societies should be devoting attention, to the class of pigs amongst settlers is an evilent step iu the right direction. It is not, in the circumstances of pig keeping in this country, of much im portance of what breed a hog may be so long as he brings the charac teristics of a good animal-a free eater and ready flesh-former. We trust that so-called 'pure-bred' will be of no weight at future exhibitions, but .that the Judges will base their awards solely upon the merits of the animals before them. The only sure way to avoid imposition is to make name always secondary to points. If a hog is found possessing such points of form as are calculated to ensure early maturity and faculty of taking ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

Mln'jffp Mwjp ^bfrerfisf r " This is true liberty, wlien freeliorn men. Hiving to ailviso the public, may speak free." Mii.TOJJ. SATURDAY, .TUNE 19, ISO'). THE curious coincidence between the legislation of tho old world and that of tho now is sometimes very remark able. It was only tho other clay that: Mr. STEWART was endeavouring, in the Assembly, to remove tlie injurious im post upon newspapers, and now Mr. GRAVES, ono of the members for Liver pool, lias been making a similar effort ia the House of Commons. As the arguments brought forward by. Mr. flng-ranu,--aa# "Qftflnj).. here- '-as in recapitulate them, especially ns the question is pretty sure to be reopened during the corning Session. It is a singular fact that wlvilo Great' Britain has been the pioneer of cheap aud expeditious postage, and has set to other nations an example which they have been glad to imitate, in re spect of the postago of printed matter, it lags far behind many of its own pupils. The minimum rate of one...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE MEMS. 12th June, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

MELBOURNE MEMS. 12th June, 1869. THE House is still in iliacuaaion 011 tho Land Bill. Mr. Grant, Minister of Lands, said that he liopeil that the Opposition would X consider the clauses without prejudice. Mis object was to extend free selection before and after survey. There had buen already more than 10,000,000 acres alienated ; there were 27,000,000 occupiod !iy pastoral tenants, and GO, 000,000 acres unoccupied, including the auriferous districts. The best pastures of the arable lauds had boju alienated before the passing of the present Bill, but there was yet sullicicnt agricultural soil left to tempt "the people. He urged that some power should be given to the Governor in Council to confirm leases. To the squatters he held out some faint hope. It was not the inteution of the Government to subdivide the runs, or to put them up to auction. The Board of Land and Works only wishes the pastoral tenants a to pay a fair rental'for their stations. He proposed an assessment of 8d. a hea...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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PRESERVED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

PRESERVED MEAT. THE Adelaide Observer saysMr. H. B. Hughes, of Booyoolee, has favoured us with the sight of a letter addressed to him by Mr. D. Tallerman, Australian meat, wine, and general produce agent, London. Ho says " I have, as you have learned, successfully introduced Australian meat here, and am in a position to command a ,sale for any Australian meats that are in good quality. I have derived a great amount of oxporience from my shipment of meat from Australia to this port, and would strongly advise you to adopt the same sweet process of curing, after wards packing in tallow if you are desirous of adopting the cheapest and best way ot shipping it. I am pre pared to guarantee yon 2d. per lb. for ten tons of meat monthly, cured in the way pointed out by me, conditionally that you allow me half the price it realizes over that sum.. I tako all responsibility as to its condition on arrival here on myself, and the 2d. per lb. will m're than cover cost and charges. Should you bo do...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, Friday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

TELEGRAPHIC[ INTELLIGENCE. : SYDNEY. . f'Heralii Office, i "Friday, 9 p.m. ?; THE Governor is at Cassilis; he ar rived at Sc'o'no on Monday. Tko case. Hassall.v. Rodd has ter minated ; the verdict was- for' the de fendant. »>«<».:« . The wool sales aro.inaotivo-fat stock, largo supply, prices;slightly easier. > The Gilatea left Auckland-ontho 1st i. ! L ' J Si: f j ; .i ,f . I .< : June. ? .. -v ,.... Mr. Marshall is appointed Commis sioner 'of Insolvents' Estates at Bathurit, vice Dr.,.Palmer, P;M.,i re signed. ... Lett«rsi from the Gilbert report mucli sicknosa'f >«r'» W>itor scarce ; but plenty of diggors: .

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GUNDAROO. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

GUNDAROOv [FROM OUK OWN CORItESl'OSbEitt'.] I MUST write again to tell you I have nothing worth writing about-. What is it to you that wc havo had sharp frosts and Smart fains 1 What care you that the farmers have all their wheat in ? How \lei*y little are yoit concerned to know that to-day was court-clay, but that the business was adjourned for a week because our District Police Magistrate is retiring after some 30 years public service, and his successor has not yet arrived ! If I . were to toll you ilboilt our impassablo bridges, you would perhaps tell mo in return yoit have a bridge of your own (and such bridge !) . and cliucklo in the proud remembrance that that is never impassable. Do you remember the old story about a history of Iceland, one chapter of which' is headed " Snakes," and the chapter consists of the one sentence, "There are no snakes in Iceland?" I remembef unoe scoiug the book. For a similar reason I Itavo headed this communi cation "Gundaroo" for there will bo re...

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A WICKED FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

A WICKED FRAUD. ill' is seldom pleasant to tell one's self; : but sometimes it is a sort of relief to a man to make a sad confession. I lectured in New York lately for the young gentlemen of the Clayonian Society. Daring the afternoon of that day I'was talking with one of the young men just referred to, and he said he had an uncle who, from some cause or other, seemed.to have grown perfectly bereft of all emotion. And with teai-3 in his eyes this young man said, " Oh, if I could only see him laugh . once more ! oh, if I could only see him . weep ! " I was touched. I never could withstand distress. I said bring him to my lecture, I'll start him for you. "tOh, if you could but do it! all our family would bless you for evermore, for he is very dear to us. Oh, my great benefactor, can you make him laugh F-can you bring soothing tears to those parched orbs ? " I was pro foundly moved. I said, "my son, bring the old party ro :n l. I have got some jokes in that lecture that will make ' lii...

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MELBOURNE. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

rMEiiiJO.uitNJs: 1: 1 . . .. Juno 9: Messrs. Dulimlioy ;Campboll and Co. report- i «? BUST BEKV.-Thirty shillings per hundred pounds. Fifty-six pound wethers, 'fourteen shillings. MECHANICS1 INSTITUTE. -The now Com mittee, we are glad to see are proceeding steadily in the path of improvement they have marked out for themselves. Acting upon the common sense principle that if people are to be attracted there' must bo something to attract them, they have pre pared a programe cf lectures and readings for the winter months, which it is to be hppod will have the effect of filling weekly the long deserted Hall of the Institute, aud making a welcome addition to the money-box. On Tues day next, the first of the roadiugs will be given when, as a matter of course, all the friends of the Institute will muster iu force aud inaugurate tlie season with a bumper house. I.EcrunK ON NHW ZEALAND.-The Rev. Mr. Thornton announces that on Monday he will lecture iu Mr. Tompson's store on the " New Zealand...

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STOCK REPORT. ADVERTISER Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

STOCK REPORT, .'.ADVBIITISB'R Office, Friday levelling. ? :Tht weiither'during the past wee!:, with the .exception of a few front# at night, has been very Jiii)'. Everything points to an exception ally good season, and the same seems to be the aur. all over the colony, which mill soon aboutul leith fat stock, '/'hi*, with the establishment of jwserved meat in the home market, present* mch an opportunity to our squatters, if suitable means were adopted of clawing of their surplus and indifferent sloe!:, that it should not be lest sight of, blU seized upon. Wc hate already in our . cdamns advocated thn formation of a meat preserving company in this neighbourhood, and we would again urge upon those inte rcited not to lei so favourable, a chance as the present season presents pass. It must be remembered that if Jtustralia docs not follow up its present advantage, other ?coiuitries more energetic will cut it out in the home market. With'respect to a local i estiiblishme.nl, we submit 'th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

'&<jp IS PUBLISKEt) every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Traill-strcet, Wagga "WTagga, and delivered at an early, liour to subscribers in the town, and by mail throughout tlie colonies. ; : TEEMS < ' : ! : ' SUBSCRIPTION. ' : ? Per Quarter, in town, Payable ill advAnco S3. . Quarter, posted .. ditto . .. -? 10s. Per Quarter, posted, credit .. n lis. . .N.B.-Tho quarters terminate on tho 31st Marcli, '30tli Juno, 30tlv September, and 318t December, at ' which poriods only can subscriber* decline, by giving notice, and paying tlie amount due to the end of tho current Quarter. New subscribers arc received at any time, and charged proportionately to the termination Of tho current tlirco months; but unless persons order ing tho paper are known at the olllce, wo do hot . guarantee that it will bo forwarded if tho ordor is unaccompanied by a remittance of at least one .quarter's subscription in advancc. ADVERTISEM ENTS: First Inch 3s. JSvcry additional...

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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. I>KSPAT<.'I£ KIIOM WAOUA WAUGA : To Tarcutta. Sydney and Melbourne.-Every day, at 1 p.m., Friday excepted. To Urana and Dcnilirjuin.-Sunday, Wednes day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1.30 p.m. . ! To Naranilara and Hay,-Sunday and Wednesday, at 2 p.m. To Junee and Mumimharrah.-Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at fi.HO a.m. A.UIUVE AT Vr'AOOA \V,VH«A : From Tarcutta.-Every day at 12.30 p.m., Tuesday excepted. (Jrana and Dcnilifjuiii.-Monday Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at Vl.HO ft.in. Naraiuiera and Hay.-Sunday and Wednes day, 8 a.m. Junee and MiiiTuuilmrralj.-Monday; Wed nesday and Saturday, 6.30 p.m. Letters intended for Junee, must lie posted before half-past 9 on the evening preceding the departure of the mail, and for all other places nalf-an-liour previous to the specified time of departure. CS* On Sundays, the Post Office is opened for mail-delivery between 2 and 3'p.m.

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MESSRS. GEORGE FORSYTH AND CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

?MESSHS. (TEOIVJK FORHYTH AN'B CO's. REI-OUT. FAT CATTLE.-Tho 'supply of fat cattle is limited''to small rnoba, suitable to local requirements. We have sold 50 head to Mr. W. Walsh, on account of Messrs. M'Intyre and M.*Nickle, at market price. We quote-bullocks, 51 to 61, ami cows, 41 to 51, according to quality. FAT- Sukkp.-Really prime fat sheep are scarce, and would sell at full rates. While flocks of superior quality are scarce, on the other haud large quantities of inferior ebeep continue to be scut to the principal marketa. This has had, generally, a de pressing iufluence in the prices, and we must quote a decline. Prime wethers are ?worth 8s to 8s 6d here ; and for any mobs under prime, couditiou would regulate . their value. Sroitrc CATTLE.-Tho inquiry for store cattle iucreaso with no prospect of an abatement in the demand for a long time to come, consequently, prices are stiffening. At present tho supply is unequal to tho re quirements of buyers of this description of sto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 19 June 1869

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.-Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore liccea sary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy, will remove evory unpleasant symptom, and imbue both the body and the mind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in the evaeuatory channels swept away, every organ regenerated. These may seem to bo strong statements, but the testimony of the sick of all nations is their source and basis. A D VEll TISUMliX'J'S. To Fencers. WANTED, BULLOCK or HORSE TEAMS, for CHOCK and LOG FENCING. Apply to ' ' Messrs. GEO. FORSYTH & CO., \Vi»ggi» Wagga, : Or, A. G. JONES, New Station, /. ; - Bland. To Fencers. WANTED, MEN, with TEAMS, for BRUSH FENCING. ! Apply to 'JOHN MACPHERSON, Temora. £100 Reward. THE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

SIIilSJDH, Trae to name, and Sure to Grow AT W. 0. HUNTER'S / ; WACGA1 WAOGA. WG. HUNTER, having had twelvo . years' experience in the Seed Trade of these colonies, knows cxactly what will snit the season anil the district. His thorough knowledge of the trade is brought tobeurm securing SEEDS SURE TO GROW and that are pure and unadulterated. He is now prepared to supply all kinds of Garden and Flower .Seeds, and hopes ahat his strenu ous endeavours to serve lus customers with a good article will bo rewarded with their ap proval and acceptance. Orders by post carefully attended. JUST ARRIVED, AT GEORGE FORSYTH & CO.'S, 1 BALE OF SCARLET FLANNELS. I IDZR^IFIEIR/^I! GEO. FOESYTII & GO. JJAYB GREAT PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE PUBLIC THAT, : HAVING RECEIVED WITHIN THE LAST WEEK OVER ONE HUNDRED OASES 01" V m MEATmwn^ Their STOCK is now FULLY SUPPLIED with EVERY REQUISITE for the PRESENT SEASON. THE: 2<TGE3W OONSIQ-NMiKJIsrT COMPRISES LADIES' SIIAWLS, MANTLES, JAC...

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THE STATION AND THE FARM. THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE ON WOOL. (From the Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

THE STATION AND THE FARM. THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE ON WOOL. (From the Leader.) IT lias often been stated that tlie salt bush countries cannot produce superior j wools, because either the excessive I lieat or the saline herbage, or both j combined, ronder the wool harsh, coarse, and thin on the pelt. The first | of these objectionable characteristics I admit, :md its cause I havo already indicated in my remarks on yolk and its influence 011 wool. The two latter I think may be traced to other causes ; not that I would infer that wool can Or will ever bo grown in the salt-bush countries equal to some of the wools produced in the westorn districts of Victoria, as the salt-bush wools will always lack tho softness and lustre peculiar to the western wools. Coarse ness and thinness, however, can be traced to nothing but want of care or judgment in breeding, and an insane desire to "stock-up," which in most cases means "overstocking.". Tho occupation of" new country " in Queens land, New South...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. BY MARK TWAIJf. AMATGUR SEIIE.VADEU.-Yes, I will give you. some advice, and do it with-a good deal of pleasure. I live in a neighbourhood well stocked with young ladies, and consequently I am excruciatingly sensitive upon tho sub ject of serenading. Sometimes I siifFcr. In the first place, always time your instruments before you get within three hundred yards of your destina tion. This will enable you to take your adored unawares, and create a pleasant surprise by launching out at once upon your music. It astonishes the dogs and cats out of their presence of mind, too, so that if you hurry you can get through before they have a chance to recover and interrupt you; besides, there is nothing captivating in the sounds produced in tuning a lot of melancholy guitars and fiddles, and noither does a group of able-bodied sentimental young men so engaged look at all dignified. Secondly, clear your throats and do all the coughing yon have got'to do. before you arriv...

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