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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

©Messrs. Jones and Urougliton (November 20) .•re ports—Fat.'Cattle. None on hand. The demand continues good for prime stock. Uullocks, £0 103 to £7 10s; cows, £ii to £010s. Storo Cattle.—"We lmvo -sold none at our yards, and few on hand suitable for paddocks. The latter are still commanding tho most attention.'/Cows, £2 103 to £3 10s bullocks, £4,1.1a to £5 10s ; steers, £2 15s to £4. Fat Sheep.— we lmve , no sales,to report, and no big ljts In our hands to In .' dtice buyers to come any distance to inspect. "SVc quota wedders 7s to.8s. Store Sheep.—"VVo have some lino . lots of both ewes and wedders In our hands, and quote wedders 0s to Cs (Id, If good ; ewes. f>s Od to 7s. Horses.—Tho demand is good for heavy stock. "Wo quote lieavy stock from £15 to £30 ; light from £1 up wards. ; '

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

W. S. EATON, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER., STEAM MINERAL WATER WORKS, Corner of Traill and Oramptou Streets, Wagga Wagga, * S. S. LINCOLN, STEAM MINERAL .WATER WORKS, NEWTOWN, WAGGA WAGGA. 15,12,75

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

TUni? NOTES.' By " Yattesdos." : • The racing fever is nbw rapidly attacking the sporting community, and those who nro particularly interested in picking winners are : untiring in tlioiv endeavours to find out tho , best nag3 for tlio; diiTeront cvoiiis j anil al-... though wo oro only one: wcok ironi our Cup • Day, a greater uncertainty ,seems to. exist: this' •. year than.ever,; ..Several of tho Cup Lowes,,•. not yet having arrived prevents tlio touting . division from having a. chancb to arrive at any conclusion, but in a day or two wo may expect tlio balancc, viz., Sterling, "West Australian, . Barmaid, Polidori, Canterbury, and Clcolitc, to be amongst us, and then perfutpn thogood' tiling may ; bo picked. As anticipated in my review of-tho handicap for tho Cup, the top ■weighted division liavo ericd enough, with tho exception of Storling, and us his owner lms AVesfc Australian engaged as well, ])ossibly ho in ay bo only left in to lielp tlie other. Tho number that .has accepted...

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THE BRITISH CHANNEL TUNNEL. (Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

THE'BRITISH CHANNEL TUNNEL. (Echo.) The long-projectod tunnel between England and France under the English Channel seems as though it were really in a short time to become an accom plished fact, and according to Stella's letter to the Herald, bpth English and, French engineers are Banguino of the undertaking being a profitable one. When this means ofi communication between the Continent and Great Britain was first thought of, it was re garded as n cbimora, and any favour able statements as to ifs paying pros, poets were denied byi many eminent mon in Europe, who argued that, whilst of course money would do anything, it would require a mint of coiu to connect England with the Continent in the manner proposed. A plan for liuuh an undertaking as this, no doubt, looks well 011 paper, but it is no easy matter to get togotlier five millions of money in ordor to carry it out. It is to bo presumed, however, that England will only have to share half the cost.

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CRICKET. BANKERS v. ALL COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

CRICKET'.. Bankers v. All Comers. This match was continued on Saturday, but, owing to the largo scores made,: was not finished wheu the stumps wcro drawn; ab= 7 p.m. It will, howover, be played out this, afternoon, .commencing at 4 o'clock sharp. As the score testifies, the All Comers havo exactly SO to make to win the game. For the Bankers, Tompson played a good hitting innings for G8, and Dargin one of- his fire eating blazers for 23. Gowlland aiid Matr also played steadily for their runs. For the, All Comers, Mackiimon played well for (SI, Durio for 57, and Donovan a very steady iunings for 32 ; Phillips also ran upascoro. Appended is the score so far as it lias' gone V - .BANKERS., ■■i First Innings. Skcond Inninos." Dargin, b Mackiimon .. 0 b Durio.. .. -23 Scriven, cBedford, bDurio, 3 b Mickinnon . 0 Gowlland, run out • 18 b Durio.ltv Bryant, run out fi b Mackinnon i.. . 2 . Tompson, b Bax V. .. 39 c Smith,' b Mac- V' kinnon ..-OS Mair, b Dnrlo v 0 b Donovan 13 Drake; b Mackin...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

• PASTORAL MUMS. | ; Messrs. R. AUcrno aud Sons took delivery I yesterday of the 1700 two-toothewes, pur chased by thorn from Mr. W. Halliday, of Brookong. Olivei* and Tompson, agents. "" • Tho sale of the BUrra. Bnrrd Station * by - Messrs. R. Ahern and Sons, through I). 0., H., and Co., in conjunction with Olivor'and Tompsoix,: was erroneously' reported; to us as | having been made to Messrs. Gatenhy and | (Jrosbio.. Tho purchasers names Bhould havo 1 been given as the Messrs. Gatenby. ' Mr. P. Rogers has sold 300 head "of store I cattlo at Albiiry to Mr. Evans,. Messrs. W.,' H., M.j and Co.y agents. Wo learn that the Messrs. Clayton Bros, have disposed of their grazing selectious— Woodlands, Bulgari—at. a high figure, to Mr. George Bardwoll. Mr;'G. Mair and Co.), agent. Mr. William Rand, of Mortray Station, lias.taken doKvory of the 2000 maiden ewes/, purchased from Mr. Robort Rand, of Mo» honga. They are now travelling to the buyer's station, in chargc of Mr. Ward. Oliver and To...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

. .. j'j'jjms of/stews: i r 1 i j Qwnhks of racehorses entered for the differ ent events of our meeting should bear in mind that to-morrow (Thursday, 2ml December) ■ is * the day of general entry for . the good : things of the Murrumbidgco Turf Club, and t the hour 011 wliich tlicy close.is four o'clock ; in the afternoon of thedayj aud entrances must be sont to the Secretary by that hour. : For the information of our readers wo give , the amounts of entrance that must accom pany each 011 try :—First .Day—Soiling Itace, i£2 10a. J Muidon Plate, £6 5s. ; Selling 'Hurdle Race; :£2 l 10s/' Second Day—Sims ■Produco Stakes (balance entry), £3 ; Wag";i 'Derby (balance of sweep), £0 ; Grand Stand i Haudicap (balanco entry), £3 ; Hurdle liaco, :(acceptances) £3; AH.. Agod Stakes, £5; ;Flying Handicap, £2 10s. Third Dai/— .Mile Handicap, £2 10s.; Town Piato i (balanco of entry), £7 ; Prince of Wales' ;Stakos, £3 15s. ; Stcepleehaso (acceptances), , ISlsbwjikuis wo publish tho first of a seri...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

ALBUAY. ; [rnojr oDii ow.v coiutnaroxjjuxT.] .. Now, that.there are so few to'ropreBeiifc all' Riverina in tho Assembly, it behoves the Press; b!; lUvovma to: devise Bomo i»vaebieaV plan for effecting reform in various Piirlia .mentary abuses. Tliero can be no doubt that it is n■ public calamity when moa of suoli exalted viewa and pro round philosophic statesmanship as Mr. Parkea and Mr. \W Forster turn away their attentions from national and patriotic questions, aud lix thciri on such contemptible grovelling affairs as being at the head of a Ministry with £2000 a year, or looking after, plaiis and cracks in the pig-iron" rails'' of Lancashire. AVhut I modestly'propose to press on Parliament is that there should bo a few men, say half»a dbzonsolected from tho M.L. A/s. Let these take on themsch cs the duties of looking after the roads, {bridges, culverts, schools, jails, barracks, and muricipalities of tho entire colony j that isfar bettor than having oue member from onch olcctorato...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

•, WEEKLY OA LEND AK. j) ays of "Whisk. suw. Rises .Sets. . jjbonv'i ItUca/Sots. 27 28 20 30 J Saturday .. .. Monday .. Tuesday Wednesday Thursday .. .. .. 4 41 4 44 4 44 1 14 1 41 1 44 g 50 0 51 0 52 o r>2 0 53 0 51 -35S .4 35 5:18 0' o 7 0 7.r>y <r,4 7 .3 *8'vo 8'm 1) 12 10 20 3 Friday • • • • 4 41 0 55 8 57 11 24 Moon's Phases.—dkcfojubii. First Quarter- Monday, fllh, 12.1p.m. Full Moon—Monday, 13th, 6.50 fi.m. Last Quancr—Monday, 20ili, 1.0 a.m. new Moon—Sunday, 28th, 5.0 o.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

Positive Virtues.—Tho most of the so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Biustol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tivo or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in the human system, where it is used, and thus it is that it always eflects complete and lasting cures.—Advt. .1 Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, arc infallible ! indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the I circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy I will remove every unpleasant symptom, and ! imbue both the body and the mind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in the evac...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Nov. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOOU TED 1'ltlCSS TELEGRAMS.'] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Nov. 19. • Throe divisions of tho army of; St. Petersburg- have boen or dered to bo iu readiness for servico on Hie 13th instant, and all troops in llio south of: Russia are now ready. SINGAPORE, Nov. 27. Tho steamer pacific, bound to San iFranoisco, 'foundered, after havingbeen ;ia collision with another vessol, nnd >250 of those on board wore drowned, ; Mr.; [V^fade, the British Mijiisteiv at iPokin; has been gazetted a KG.B. ! : : " ' LONDON, Kov. 20. A deputation from the Anti-Slavery Socioty waitod on the Secretary , of Stato for the colonies, and urged upon tho Government to prevent Lieutonuiit Arinit's New Gniuoa Expedition. Lord Carnarvon, while powerless to legally forbid the enterprise, warned tho ad venturers against embarking on a dangerous course, but said that in the ovent of nunoxatiou the Crown would not recogniso holdings improperly acquired. Tho foreign arrivals are so largo as to depre...

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THE FAT MAN'S ASSOCIATION. (European Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

THE PAT MAN'S ASSOCIATION. (European Mail. J The niuth annual clambake of the Fat Man's Association took place at Gregory's Point, Connecticut,' on August 25, and Americau papers're ceived by the last mail give. some. in. tores ting particulars of the festivity, and of the individuals who took part in it. Special conveyances of 6pecial; -strenglh had to be employed to take; the guests to and from the shore where the " bako " was hold. William'j Perkins, the president of tho associa ation, weighing 373 lbs., or nearly 27 stone, though ho is only 2G yoars of age, was brought from Waterbury in a box car. Mr. SUovwood (320 lbs.) was more studious in his dignity. He camo from New Milford on four seats of a passenger car, having been skilfully got in and out of the car by a gang of platolayers armed with crowbars, levers, and screw-jacks. Prior to din ner the bar-room of the hotel was rather crowded by great men, and no wonder. Therein " Baby " Murphy, weighing 303 lbs., talked with Littl...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1875 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

THE .1&KJ0P M»J0P This la trite liberty, when frecborn mon, • .Having tondvific tlio public, mtiy apeak free." Jlll.TON/. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER i; 1875 We, togoihor with other journals published in this colony, havo. been attacked furiously by more tlian one contemporary ^or . saying that tho' present Ministry is incapable.of carry ing' on the business of the colony as it should be, and, moroovor, that it has proved itself to becoinposed of members who have showed thomselvos too ready to advance their own interests re gardless of the public weal. Of course, we are aware that the anathemas which have boen hurled at our heads havo been propelled by, such journals as either find it to their interest to pnff up. the poweis-that-bo, or- are incompetent to judgo of- what is beneficial or detrimental to the country. For the latter class of . journals, we cannot but feel a sincore pity, as it is their misfortune, not fault,; to be so :Constitutod as -to act aftor: the manner and in tb...

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SOME LONG SENTENCE MEN. (The Argus). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

SOME LONG SENTENCE MEN. (The Argus), : Amongst the witnesses called by Weechurch at his trial wos,tbe/.hotoV-; ious Scott alias Captain Moonlight, It is about threo years :ago since "this criminal arrived at'Pontridge stffckade aud during that ^period"lie .has added many months .to bis* original? sentence for .breaches, of tho prison regulations,1 and'for' bringing groundless charges, against Mr. Batos, tlio ovoreccr. Oh one occasion be'was;;detec.ted'|in:'.mak.' ing the barrel of a: pistol in the black smith's shop. When-brought before Mr. Call be. told a :ti6Sue of the grossest' falsehoods to prevent the charge being, proved against*him; but.was sentenced to several days' solitary confinement Sinco then ho -has; been; convicted of making various false charges against tlio overseer. On ono occasion he brought a charge against Mr. Bates of wasting Government materials. Every opportunity was giveu him to substantiate; the charge, but when the case was investigated "by Mr. Call he fai...

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LONG-WOOLLED AND CROSSBRED SHEEP. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

LONG-WOOLLED AND CROSS BRED SHEEP. fAustralasian.) Now that tho long-woolled sheep we becoming more numerous, and are con soquently falling a little in price,-far iners who are desirous of working into a flock of cross-breds may do so at no great uost. In suggesting cross-bred sheop, we, of course, keep in view the i'nct that only a iew farmers can bo breedors of stud sheep j for if many went into that particular lino of busi uess tho market, for males at least, would soon be glutted, and stud-breed ing would bo rendered unremunorative. Wo are not forgetting that in this country tho cost of rearing stud sheep is not nearly so great as in Britain ; but even here a groat difference exists in the oxpenso of managing and (if properly managed) of feeding rams and ewes for sale for first-class breed ing purposes, and of rearing mutton for the markot. It is competent for evory farmor to grow good oross-brod wool, which, with tho mutton it covers, always meets a good markot. The raising of ...

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TREATMENT OF SCARLATINA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

TREATMENT OF SCARLATINA. ; A strong article in favour of the wet sheet ;iu scarlatina ' appears in the Loudon Lancet, from the pen of Dr. John Tayloiy.of'Liverpool. His. plaii;' which appears* to be a]t 1 east a thorough one,:,is;to immerse.,a nightgown, slit up at the front, in half a pint to a pint of hot water, pure or'medicated, with a dram or, two ; drams of tinctui-e of capsicum,' or..'in'..the infusion; of three or four'pods, or 'in mqstard water, the clear supernatant fluid from a table spoonful ofmustardstq a pint of water ; extending the' gown4! lover the feet 'by •means of a towel immersed in, tho same fluid — both to bo well wrung out and suddenly applied, and the patient quickly'packed in two blankets previously placed ori. tho adjoining sofa or bed, another blanket or two pillows covering 'all. Dr. Taylor speaks enthusiastically of the amazing relief procurable from the wet , sheet, in its simple, form, in zymotic and spasmodic affections ; ns potential also in diphthe...

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SUICIDE MANIA IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

I , SUICIDE MANIA IN AMERICA. Ono of tho [inost extraordinary suicides honrd of some time occurred oil Long Islnnd ou September 1. A party of gentlemen, among them five members of Congress, aud nino mem bers of tbo. Stutp..Assembly,. went to the sea-const to erijoy a " clam.bake." They had invited as their guests ,,Pro fossor Doremus, and Signor Vaini, a young Italian artist, who had lived here a few days,., and had acquired much and deserved famo. : Aster,., the "clain-bakoj" tho party; according to .the custom of Americans, foil to mak ing spcechos ; and finally Vaini, who all tho whilo had boon apparently in the highost spirits, voluntoored to ou tertain the company with a'recitation in Italian. . Tbo sceno Hint followed is thus described by an oye-witnoss :—! "In his recitation ibo spoke' slowly at •first, but gradually increased in fer vour, and attracted tho unbounded ad miration of all present by his dramatic talent, as with 'a'iclear'.and' '4onoroas voice and startling expre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

MARRIED. COX — MOORE — At Mangoplah, on the 22nd Novem- ber, by the Rev. J. O'Dwyer, Richard, eldest son   of John Cox, Esq., to Adeline, daughter of the late Joshua John Moore, Esq., Goulburn.  

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 1 December 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The monthly pay, passed off very quietly; Host Slattery gave a ball and supper in honor of the event, and dancing was kept up until the small hours, but no fracas of anykind oc- curred — a marked improvement compared to the ending of some of the former pay days. The only alteration to report in the railway works is the knocking off of Lincoln Williams' men, in one of the rock cuttings between Stoney Creek and Bethungra, and the removal of Clark's gang from the site of the intended station at Bethungra to the work of excavating, for the culvert at Stoney Creek. Considering the number of children in and   around Bethungra, it seems strange that no attempt is made to establish a school, and not allow the rising generation to grow up in ignorance. It is certainly not according to Cocker or in unison with the principles and spirit of the age.     The new building for the Wesleyan Ch...

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LADIES' AGES. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

:■ LADIES" AG-ES. :(Australasian^). 5 •' \ £ ; ; It is a very remarkable fact that tho younger a1 girl istlip older she tries to iiinko herself,'out, while tho older slie really grows tlio younger she endeavours to appear. This may probably bo accounted for by the strong instinctive de sire which women of all nges iccl to bo pre : pared at a moment's notice to enter themselves ns competitors 111 thogreatrace for matrimony. There is a certain ago-bofore "which they enn not expect to be married;'and to reach this they aro satisfied to skip a year or two of their young lives j and there is also a certain age beyond wliieh they are ^popularly supposed to have no chance, find tins age it is their policy to. make; as- uncertain ,-as possible after they have turned the oncrund-twcnty up, to wlvieh every, girl will own. And this is,just as much the case: with married as with unmarried women. • There is tho possibility of widowhood always to bb taken into account,', and if spin* stei's leave...

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