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LITERARY EXTRACTS. HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

L1TERARY EXTRACTS: HERE AND THERE; BY A. FONBLANQUK, JUN\ NV.t,T,Y, my neighbour-Nelly, my pet! ? What arc you thinking of, Nell? < Isn't it fair to oak, my lass? >! Wouldn't it ilo to tell ? Gazing out into the fur, far west, ' . What do you watch to see'! Over the Kentish clilfs' white crest, Naught but the seabird seeking her nest, Naught but the seabird seeking lier nest, Is out in the west for me. Willie, the handsome never do well ! What is the matter with Will'! Isn't it fair to ask, my lad ? Wouldn't it do tell'! f Out in Australia working away- . i Wonders never will end ! ? You ! the idlest dog of your clay, And dandy lounger, in this array, i Fustian jacket and hosen gray ? i To what does this changed life tend ? ? Nelly is waking before the 'dawn, . And a name that is not her own Is tirst in her prayer, and first in her heart, . - As she kneels to the Heavenly Throne. ? And Willie-his long day's labour done Sits on the side of the liill. And his thoughts go...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

AD VERT IS EMENTS. Wanted immediately, A CLEAN, Active WOMAN, as General SERVANT. Wages, 15s. per weols. Apply to Mrs. A. G. JONES. Wanted, 1 A A HEAD OF STORE BULLOCKS, 1UU from 4 to 7 years old, in largo or small lots; Apply to . N. MANDELSON, ; , Conblondonga Station, ' . Adelong. WANTED,- TO RENT A SMALL COTTAGE, FURNISHED. Apply, by letter, to. Y. Z., office of this paper. To Fencers. TXT AN TED, BULLOCK, or HORSE VV TEAMS, for CHOCK and LOG FENCING. Apply, to . Messrs. GEO. FORSYTH & CO., ; Wagga Wagga, Or, A. G. JONES, ? ' ' Now Station, Bland. f To Fencersi " ., ?VTTANTED; MEN, with TEAMS, for f W[ i BRUSH FENCING. ' Apply to JOHN MACPIIERSON, ; -i -> ? - Temora. Notice. ; TO MASTERS OF STEAMERS AND , OTHERS. WANTED, a MASTER for the Steamer 'VICTORIA,' to ran between Waj*ga Wagga. and Ecliuca. Applications, with testimonials, to be sent in, to the Under signed, not later than 1st July proximo. . J. S. EDMONDSON, Sec. pro Tern. Wagga Wagga, June 14, 186!V Notice. ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

ERRERSIIANK, E.VOLESTONK, & OU's. IISPORT. 3?at .CATTLE.-The . supply this week, al though small compared to what our con sumption should be generally, was of a useful description ; but with the trade prices-of necessity receded slightly. Prime beef inay be quoted at 17s Ud to 20s per 100 lbs. . ??FAT SHEEP. - A heavy supply to hand, .. >.principally of good.quality. There was an absence of anything like animation at the sales, and a reduction of Is per head took place. One week's attendance at the sales .of live stock, as now conducted, would - convince the most scepfcical,of the absolute , necessity of at oace establishing one general . central market. STORE STOCK,-The demand continues, and we can ouly repeat our remarks of last week. We have buyers for both cattle and sheep of suitable ages for fattening-Our ;??:? Melbourne firm, by telegram,: 16th Jane, ' 1869, reports 1101) head of cattle and 12,000 . sheep for the week's supply, and quotes prime beef at 20s per 100 ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

IMPO UNDIXOS. AT COOTAM (JN'dry, 011 the lltli Juno, from Cucumbla, by order o£ P. J. O'DonnclI, Esq., J.P. :-Brown horse, Oil near shoulder, 3 off sliouliler, star, brokcu. Also, on 7tli June, from Mount Couglilan, by order of Superintendent (re-advertised in consequence of other brands appearing):-Chesnut mare, bald face, hind feet white, IIS off shoulder, D off thigh, broken in. If not released, will bo sold on the 8th of Juljr. AT If AY, on the 1st of June, from Mun gadel, by C. Simson, Esq , J P. :-Bay mare, star, near hind foot little white, S with over and _ under over like FP (the F re versed) conjoined near shoulder, like N near cheek, S off neck, aged, about 14 hands high. Also, on the 7th of June, from the Double Hut Paddock, by Mr. Gilbert:-Chesnut marc, blaze in face, four white feet, collar marked, " over D near shoulder, over L near thigh, like 71 blotched off shoulder, aged, about 14A hands high ; chesnut horse foal at foot, blaze in face, ~ over L near thigh; chesnu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND Cox's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MUDGiEE. ? MESSRS. Citossrsra AND COX'S REPORT. ] FAT CATTI/E. -The supply for. the past week . ' consisted, with but few exceptions, of very light anil: middling quality, and sales throughout have shown an advance upon last quotations. Prime and good quality are in brisk demand, and for such, present ? ' prices are likely to be maintained tlirongh ' out the winter. Quotations: Prime bul locks, 120s to 140s; cows, 100stol20s; .medium, 70s to 00s ; bullocks, SOs to 105s. We sold 7") head from Cos to 110s; 15 ditto 85s to 115s. TAT SHEEP.-The market has been fully sup i . plied, and prices have given way about "Is per head. Quotations: 5G lbs prime, 8s Gd ioOs. Others according to woight and .quality. We sold 310 ewe3 at 5s ; 240 weaners lit 7s. STORKS.-Last quotations may be taken as a . .guide. " June 14th, 18G9.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING. THE following weights liave been declared for the Melbourne Cup of 1809 : . at lb Mr. R. Goldsbrough ns b h The Barb, C yrs i- 11 7 R. Ditto's eh c Gleneop, 5 yrs ... 11 0 E. De Mestre's b b Tim Whiffler, aged 10 7 R. Dine'ab e The Italian, 5 yrs... 9 10 J. Moffatt's br f My Dream, 4 yrs 9 4 J. Moffatt's br f Gasworks, 4 yrs 9 4 H. Redwood's br c Manuka, 4 yrs 9 4 S. Uhde's b g Warrior, 6 yrs ... S 10 E. De Mestre's b g Stumpy, aged 8 10 C. Sirr ns b h Pyrrlius, aged ... 8 8 J. Tait's ch c The Earl, 4 yrs ... 8 6 W. Field's b g Strop, aged ... 8 5 D. Melhado's b f Coquette, 4 yrs 8 4 Andrew Town's br g Darkie, 4 yrs 8 3 J. lligney's b c Areliitect, 4 yrs... 8 2 A. Thompson's b e The Duke, 4 yrs 8 0 H. J. Bowler's b h Australian, G yrs 8 0 T. Ivory's b g Traverton, aged ... 7 10 E. Lee's b ni Phoebe, 6 yrs ... .7 10 W. Winch's br h Circassian, C yrs 7 9 . H. Fisher'8 br f Ragpicker, 4 yrs .7 7 J. Chaafe ns br h Sir John, G yrs ;;7 7, : H. Fisher's 1)1 li Blo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE. DALMAHOV CAMPBELL AND Co.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MELBOUItm DA WI AHOY C.VMPNECI. JLSTD CO.'S RBPOUT. I ~TTATCA.T'(T,E;-"The" week's supply 'comprised 1135 . howl, tlio greater portion of them being from ftipps Land," anil nearly all very good quality ; the best lot sliown, V however, waJ a draft of the FF brand, from Colac, which, as ji lot, topped the market. There was the largest attendance of buyers we have seen for sometime; prices were better by 15s per head on last Wednesday's sales, and fully equal to those <|f Thursday last. We quoto-Bost ; bullocks, from 1U 15s'to 121 5s ; a few odd ones up to l.'M 5s ; second do., 8110s to 9/ 103; inferior, 51 to Ctl 10s ; best cows, 81 to 9i; second do., (51 to 71: inferior, 41 to 5/. Fat Siikkp.-ll,Sfi(? only were yarded to day, two-thirds of which were good useful . butchers' sheep, but nothing very prime . amongst theui. The above supply is rather under the requirements of the trade, of whom there was a good attendance, and the meat-preserving companies were also purchasin...

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THE HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

THE HOSPITAL. ( To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) | Sin, "Our hospital differences appear to "grow by what they feed on." I see you have come down on the Committeo in your usual forcible, sledge-hammer style, "walked into" the present and the absent alike at last meeting, the iirst for having done wrong, and the latter for not being m their places to prevent it. Are you certain that their presence would have ensured the appointment of a second medical officer ? I trow not. Doubt less the employment of two surgeons in a Hospital such ns ours is a mistake, a waste of the subscribers' money, and of the means which should go to increase, by judicious in vestment, the futuro prosperity of the insti tution. The members of the old Committee, without exception, opposed the appointment of a second medical otlicer, and were beaten. " New blood," as it waspragmatically called, was infused into the Committee, and like the insertion of new stuff into an old garment, tlio rent (or position ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. MESSRS NORMAN R. MACLEOD AND Co.'S REPORT:— [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

BA.LLA.RAT LIVE STOUit. MAWKhi-V MEISRS NOR.M.VN 11. MACMCOD A.VD CO.'S llUPOltT : Fat CATTJ.e.-684 head were yarded foryes tei:day's market, and about two-tliirds this number, comprising drafts from Messrs. Thomson, Robertson, and Manifold, were very superior quality ; the balance were .principally medium. There was a full attendance of buyers, and all the best lots brought quite last week's rafcef ; medium beef also sold butter, particularly towards the end of the market, which closed firm, Quotrtioas-best pens bullocks, 111 to 14/. 10s ; second do, 01 to 10/ 10s; medium quality, 11 to SI 10s ; inferior, -It to til 10s. Pat SkkRP.-Only 5,079 wore penned yes terday, and of these half were little better . than stores, and the others medium to good. There was an excellent attendance of buyers, and a brisk demand for good mutton, all the sheep suited for the trade bringing an advance of Is (id to 2s a head. A small lot of the Messrs. Learmonth's wethers brought an exceptionally high p...

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MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MUHRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL: ASSOCIATION. rTo the Editor of the if. IP*. Advertiser*) Sin,-The time is drawing very near for the annual meeting of the Murrumbitlgeo Pastoral Association, but no notice has yet boon given to the subscribers. Can you tell me wliother the society lias a secretary, or whoso duty it is to look after suck matters ? I am, Sir, Yours truly, Wagga Wagga, .Tuue 22, 1SC0.

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MESSRS. HEPBURN AND LEONARD'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MESSRS. HEPBURN AND LEON-AUI>M .REPORT : THF. stock yarded were 684 cattle, CO calves, 5079 sheep. FAT CATTLE.-A full supply forward, though not as many as expected. Quality on the whole was perhaps the best wc have had in for years, Messrs. Thomson's, W. Robertson's (FF brand), and Manifold's being all very good. Buyers were in largo attendance, both town anil country trade being fully represented, and competition throughout was brisk for all descriptions, and prices ruled as high as any of the season. We quote-Best pens bullocks, £11 to £14 10s ; good £8 10s to £10 10s ; medium and inferior, £5 10s up ; cows at proportionate rates. Our sales were-For Mr. William Robertsen, Colac, 10-4 head, £12 12s (id-averaging, bullocks £11 2s-4d, cows, £8 14s 9d (of which there were only a few); 112 head (Mr. Joseph Ware, Min jali), to £10 12s Gd -bullocks averaging £7 10s 8d; cows, £7 13s 3d; and for farmers, 4 at quotations. Total sales, 220. FAT SHEHI>.-An unexpectedly light supply, ov...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal, must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer. No notice will be be taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. PROPOSED TAX ON TRAVELLING SHEEP IN THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

OlUGtN'AL COPatRSPONTDENTOB. Jill communications to this journal, must be authen ticated by the name and address of the writer. No ? .'notice tct 11 betaken of anonymous communications, . and.110 rejected communications-wilt be returned.. PROPOSED TAX ON TRAVELLING SHEEP IN THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. { To i the Editor of the If. If. Advertiser.) Slit,-As various meetings have been and will bo held to induce the Government to legalise a tax being levied on the above des cription of stock, it behoves the many who ?do not coincide in such short-siglitcd views, to hold meetings, and otherwise express their .opinions, to counteract the passing of a law similar to the one proposed, so detrimental to the best interests of a pastoral country. I for one deny that there is any injustice done by the movements of travelling stock ; seeing that from the commencement of squat ting the lands bordering on the public roads have been liable to be grazed over by them, and every run in the colony i...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION, REPORTS..'... + MESSRS. MORT AND Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. .'... + . MESSRS. Mora' AN*D CO.'H RBUOUT. WOOL.-Yesterday's catalogue included only 1154 bales, of which about a third passed . --tho hammer, the residue being withdrawn at owner's valuations. Tho quality or quantity of the wools was not attractive ; ? . prices, however, rule.l at about late quota tions. Parcels of woll-eondituinjd seoired and fleece are inquired for ; greasy is also in better request. SiiKKi'SKiNS.-The supply to-day was below tin average, but the result in sales shows no improvement in price. Quotations : Medium to full woollcd, 2Ad to 41 ; pelts aud short woollod, Id to 2d per lit. H lon-3.-'Clio transactions to-day exhibit a decline on late rates, especially for badly cured and wormy parcels. The most lioticc.vblo lots on our catalogue were taken as follows :-54 at 103 3d, 37 at 15s 3d, 36 at 15s, 15 at 17s, 50 at ISs, 41 at ISs Cd, 19 at 21s per hide. HOUSE Hid;:-;. - Well cured and careful " taken «ff" are saleable at from 4s...

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

IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Olfico, Traill-street, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at all early lionr to subscribers in tlie town, and by mail throughout the colonies. TER'MS i SUBSCJUPTION'. For Quarter, ln-town, Payablo in advnheo $s. . Quarter, posted » ditto .. 110a. ^ Per Quarter, posted, credit .. .. Us. : N.B>-The quarters terminate' on tire 31st March, 30tli June, 30th Septcmbor, and 31st Decombor, at which periods only can subscribers decline, by giving notice, and payinc the amount dnc to tho end of tho current quarter. New mibscf ibers are received at any time, and chargcd proportionately to the termination of the current three months; lint unless persons order ing the paper are known at the olllce, wo do not guarantee that it will bo forwarded if tho ordor is uuaccompaniod by a rcmittanco of at least one quarter's subscription in advance. Al>V]51lTISKMENTS ? First Incli "s. Kvory additional Incli, Is. <Jd. ^ 25 per cfcnt. allowed off 13 ...

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MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

MR. THOMAS DAWSES'S REPORT. ;.FAT 0 AT rt.e. -Market continues; firm; au<l '203 per I0Olb3 is readily obtainable for prime stock. , FAT SIIUEP.-This week a fall of fully Is per head has had to be submitted to, the market being overstocked with all qualities, and, in consequence, I deem it expedient for my constituents to hold their flocks until further advices. v STORE CATTLE. -An active demand still . exists, but the supply is short. HORSES.-I lia-ve advices to hand of a -first . class mob on their way to, and selected for the requirements of this market. Really . good colts cannot fail to be remunerative. . June IS.

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BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

' 'BltKWSfEIl AND TltKBECK'S llKl'ORT. 'STATIONS.-'We"have noticed a little more activity in the demand for stations siucc the departure of the last mail, during which time, negsciations >for the purchase . of one or two large sheep properties have been going on, and for which sales arc now ' on the point of being closed. We regret, koT/ever, to say that a considerable reduc . tifln in price has h:«l to be submitted to ; bnyors appear to have made up their minds ' not to purchase unless they can secure bargains. Cattle properties are looked . upon as a more favourite investment, and : for any such coming into the market full rates are obtainable. , Sr.J RH CATTLE.-There has been an improved demand for this class of stock, but actual sales are limited, owing to the extreme . diftioulty of obtaining well-bred cattle of . suitable ages for fattening. Very heavy losses have been sustained by most of our ' larsiest cattle-owners from pleuro and Gum . berland disease, owing to which, a...

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NAUANDERA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

NAUANDERA. [PROM OUil OWN CORUK.SrONDKNT.*] No one lias considerately made himself Very notorious, thereby giving me something to write about; ami, I presume, few of your readers care to hear that our township is, notwithstanding the usual dullness of this season of the year, as lively as ever. I can confidently rccommend a -visit to any one ..requiring-complete quietude. The grass upon the frontages looks re markably luxuriant, though 1 am given to understand that upon the Alerool Creek, so slow has been the progress the grass has made, that sheep will, within the next two months, have again to travel for feed. Our usual monthly Court of Petty Ses sions was held on Thursday last, and had it not been that one gentleman kindly exceeded the limits of sobriety, we should have had a clean sheet, and I should have had nothing to say about it. I have heard your monthly supplement, ?"epitome of English news" spoken very highly of ; and no doubt you will reap the substantial benefit of your...

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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, June 22nd. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, June 22nd. (Before the Police Magistrate.) John Mackay was charged with having Wilfully damaged a chain, the property of Ah Chong. The case was dismissed. John Stcetzna, alias John the German, was summoned by William Fleming for the sum of ,-CC fls. as wages. Order made for 18s., after deducting cost of rations, by consent.

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Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 23 June 1869

® ^Micrtker " This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Haviag to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1869. IT is universally agreed that somethings must de done during' the next Session to abate the travelling sheep nuisance. The sufferers are so numerous and apparently so determined to make themselves heard, tba4,some attention can hardly fail to be paid to-their de mand for special legislation on the sub ject. Bat the remedies suggested arc we regret to see almost as numerous, j There seems to bo as little unanimity amongst squatters on this question as if their interests in the matter wore utterly opposed, as indeed in many instances they are. The squatter \vhose sheep have- to travel and the squatter whose run is travelled over may naturally take different views of a question affecting each so differ ently, and the same, no doubt, may be said of the large squatter and the small. The man of largo capital and manyruns, whose success depends upon his wor...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Collie-DOO.-The rates of tolls for sheep and cattle crossing the Wagga AVagga Bridge are, for horned cattle, 4d per head for the first twenty and 2d per head for all over that number. Sheep, Jd per head for 720, and 30s per thousand for the remainder.

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