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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

IMPOUNDING^. AT JiETiTt/NouA, on tlio 14th Juno, from Wantabadgery, by order of W. O. Win doyor, Esq. :-Bay mare, blotch brand with S re,versed near shoulder, blaze, broken, C years old ; black horso, blotch brand under and over KB near shoulder, star and blaze, off hind, inside of near hind, and near fore feet whito, black spot iusido off hind foot, broken down near hind foot, saddle-marked, aged ; bay horso, DK near shoulder, dock tail, star, near hind foot whito, saddle marked, aged. Sanio day, from Mcrribin dinyali, by Mr. S. White :-Bay horso, JF conjoined over """ near shoulder, small star, saddle-marked, 0 years old; bay marc, M near, (tlio 2sJ conjoined) off, shoul ders, star, soi'o buck, 4 years old ; bay mare, JO over <JV near shoulder, saddle-marked, aged. Will be sold ou the 8th July. d A'r BuiiitANCON'o, 011 the 11th Juno, from ICimbolton, by Messrs. Tout Bros. :-Bay horso, ICT over MH near shoulder, triangle off shoulder, stripe down face, near hind foot whi...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE MEMS. 19th June, I860. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

MELBOURNE MEMS. 19th June, I860. AT tlio present moment there is nothing doing in town of tlio slightest interest for . upcountry readers. That is to say, tliat T unless your subscribers at Wagga are like the facetious American, "ileath on munlers,'' I am afraid that I cannot write thcin any thing worth hearing. Even tlio murder is a sort of bastard affair. A blackfellow more or less cannot make much difference in the p. world I should think ; and if Mr. Hugo. Levinger did smite this ebony Amalckite's hip and thigh, he did not do such very great . Aartn. But I suppose that humanity is rampant on your side of the Murray, and that if I givo vent to any particular bursts of eloquenco and practicality, I shall bo snubbed incontinently. You will know all about the Levinger business without any detailed account from mo. It results ont of the slave trade, or rather tlio, Polynesian native importation trade. Levinger was supercargo of tho ship Young Australian, and was charged . with kidnap...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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NATIVE DOG-ACT. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

NATIVE DOG-ACT. (To tU Editor of the Jfr. IF. Advertiser.) | SIR,-Since tho termination of the drought, native (logs have appeared in unusually largo numbors, and liave been a .source of much loss and annoyance to sheep-owners out in this direction. I have used every effort, by the extensive uso of strychnine, to destroy tho brutes, and,' as many pendent tails will show, have suc ceeded in "MraUjlitening" a large number ; but I am quite unable? co clear my run of. them, because my neighbours, who have their runs stocked with cattle, will not go to the expense or trouble to poison. .llobertson's Act, known as tho Native Dog Act wisely provided for such cases. It enabled tho squatter, who was desirous to rid his run of this nuisance, to poison the adjoining runs of all holders who would not themselves do it, and to sue them for the expenses incurred. Will you bo good enough to inform mo and others of your readers interested, whether this Act, which is a very old one, is still in force...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

THE LONDON WOOL SALES. WOOL must be sold as other articles of trade; are sold, all through tlio year, and cargoes . disposed of on arrival when the market is favourable.' At present the energy of the' colonists is wasted. The efforts to save in terest and expense by sending tho wool in clipper ships to market are rendered-nuga tory, A period equal to tho whole length of the voyage is wasted. The absurdity of tho system would become clear enough if tho manufacturers wero invited to dispose of their piece goods in the same way. The whole system is a gigantic device for the aggrandisement of London brokers and middle-men. There arc shrewd reasons for suspecting that tho evils are 011 the increaso; and it is impossible to account for tho fluc-^ tuations in tho price of wool for the last two years 011 any other supposition than that new abuses are created, and old ones aggravated. When tho first great fall in wool occurred, we at once rejected the idea that it had been caused by over-pro...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE STATION AND THE FARM. MEAT PRESERVING. (From the Araus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

THE STATION AND TIIE FARM. MEAT PRESERVING. (From the Araus.) Tub extraordinary success attending tho exertions of the agents who are now endea vouring to bring about a reaction in favour of Australian preserved meats, confirmatory tidings of which liavo reached us by the last mail, is extremely gratifying, and must neces sarily givo a great impetus to a trade which now bids fair to become one of our most im portant colonial industries. Not only has tho prejudice which existed against preserved meats been conqured, but a sudden demand has arisen at homo for food of that descrip tion that will tax -to tho utmost the energies of our manufacturers, and speedily induce others to enter tho field and compete with them. Independently of the good this sud den extension of our mcat-trado will confer upon one particular class of colonists, it will, undoubtedly, have a marked and beneficial effect on the advancement of the general in terests of tho colony. It must, necessarily, greatly increas...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, June 24th. (Before F. A. Tompson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

WAGGA WAUGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, Juno 2-ith. (Before P. A. TOINPSOU. E.vri., J.P.) THOMAS CHRISTIAN, Timothy Murphy, and John Sullivan wero brought up on remand, charged with cattlc-stciifirig. It appeared from the depositions taken on the lllth instant, that prisoner.-? had camped on tlio Wantabadgcrie run when, according to a witness (Alien) the prisoner Christian took a gun, saying that ho was going to ahoot duokg ; soon afterwards a shot was heard, awl Christian returned to the camp with his hands covered, with blood; after supper, Christian aslccd a man at the camp, named. John Murphy, to go with him and bring a shovel and an axe, saying that they were "going to skin the beast"; Christian and Sullivan then left, accompanied by Marshall, leaving Murphy at the camp, and taking with them two horses; and after midnight returned with two quarters of beef 011 each horse. Tho next day whilst in company with Sullivan, looking for horses, camo upon blood, and Sullivan said,-"This is ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MELBOURNE. June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

: MELBOURNE. , June 22. Meaara. Dalmalioy Campbell and Co. report-. BEST BEEF.-Thirty shillings and sixpence per hundred pounds. Fifty-four-pound wethors, thirteen shillings and sixpenco. MEETING OP SHEEP DIRECTORS.-A meet ing o£ the Sheep Directors of the united dis tricts of Wagga Wagga and Narandera was held at the Court-house on Wednesday last, for the purpose of electing a Sheep Inspector. Mr. Brentnall was the only candidate, and was unanimously re-elected. We understand that the travelling sheep question was fully discu ssed, and a resolution, proposed by Mr. Hammond, ou tho subject adopted. Wo regret that, not having received any further particulars, we arc unable to give any. We were Informed by one of the Sheep Directors that instructions had been given to furnish the local press with a report of their pro ceedings. No such report has yet reached us. NHW BOOKS.-Lovers of literature should pay an early visit to Mr. Hunter's, aud in spect the well-filled shelves of that ente...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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BLANKET MANUFACTORY. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

BLANKET MANUFACTORY. C (To the Editor of the Jl'. IF. Advertiser.) SlI^-I should very much like to sec in Wagga Wagga a large airy structure, with tall tapering chimney, having on its front in large characters, the designation " Blanket Manufactory.',^ TIic time for the establish-, ntant of such a local industry seems to me ripe. \Vc are under the necessity of im porting immense quantities of these goods, for our own and for our neighbours' usu, charged with profits, commission, freight, .and delays innumerable, making our pur chase a' .dear one l>y the time wo are in possession. This ,Appears the moro strange as we are exporting at a nominal price tlio wool which alone gives a dcccnt appearance to the combination of wool, cotton, hair, and shoddy, which wo- have returned to ns at a premium, under the name of a blanket. The manufacture of blankets may bo successfully pursued with less machinery than the manufacture of any other woollen goods, aiul that machinery. of the simplest ...

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 taken of anonymous communications, and no rejected communications will be returned. TRAVELLING STOCK. (To the Editor of the W. W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

ORIGINAL CORUESl'ONDEN'CB. All communications to this journal mtttl be mil/ten* ficrtfffl by the name and address of the writer. No nniice will betaken of anonymouiCoinMunicatiom,, and no rejected communications \oiil be returned.* TRAVELLING STOCK. (To the Editor of the W. IF". Advertiser.) Sin,-The spontaneous qutcry against tho system of unrestricted travelling of stools, is in itself a sufficient evidence that further legislation upon tlie subject is required. Mr. "\Vullor, in his lcfctertotho ADVERTISER, I notice, argues that tho present Act is onough for all purposes, and that legislation is nob required, In this opinion lie stands almost alone, with the wholo body of squatters ("caterpillars" oxceptcd) against him. Nona / have less to gain, and fesv more to lose by travelling stock, than the proprietor of Cuba, therefore the opinion of that gentleman, when it tells against his own interests, is worthy of rospeot, but cannot carry great weight when it is unsupported by reason,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

MARRIED,   ON the 24th instant, at the residence of the bride's parents, Wagga Wagga, by the Rev. Henry Wiles,   SUSANNAH ELEANOR, third daughter of Mr. C. F. PALMER, late of Ipswich, England, to Mr. WILLIAM GAUK RODGERS, formerly of Leeds, Yorkshire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 26 June 1869

AD VERTISEMJiNTS. 100 Wanted, HEAD OP STORE BULLOCKS, from 4 to 7 years old, in largo or small lota; Apply to N. M MANDELSON, Conblondonga Station; Ad'clong, To Fencers. WANTED, BULLOCK or HORSE TEAMS, for CHOCK and LOG FENCING. Apply to Messrs. GEO. FORSYTH & CO., Or, AWG??ONlr Now Station, Blaud. To Fencers. WANTED, MEN, with TEAMS, for BRUSH FENCING. Apply to JOHN MACPIIERSON, . Temora. Notice. TO MASTERS OF STEAMERS AND OTHERS. WANTED, a MASTER for the Steamer '.VICTORIA,' to run between AVa^ga Wagga and Eehuca. Applications, ?with testimonials, to ho sent in, to the Under signed, not iator than 1st July proximo. . J. S. EDMONDSON, Sec. pro Tern. Wagga Wagga, Juno 14, 18(59. Tenders ARE immediately required for fixing 11001' IRON l-ound the Fence at tho Cemetery. For particulars, apply to. HUGH C. ROSE. £5 Reward. ; TV7TLL 1)0 given by the Trustees' of tho VV . Comotery for INFORMATION lead ing to the Conviction of any person or per sons found injuring the Fences, turnin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

.. ' ? JUST ARRIVED, AT GEORGE FORSYTH & CO.'S, 1 BALE OF SCARLET FLANNELS. ; IDJEbAJPEZEtTZTl JDEkA^EZE&ST I! ? GEO. FORSYTH & CO. JJ AVE GREAT PLEASURE IN INFORMING- THE PUBLIC THAT, -??? HAVING RECEIVED WITHIN THE LAST WEEK OYER ONE HUNDRED O-AJSEB Their STOCK is now FULLY SUPPLIED with EVERY REQUISITE for tho PRESENT SEASON. THE ISnEIW -GOUSiaOTENT LADIES' SHAWLS, MANTLES,. JACKETS, DRESSES,; HATS,' UNDERCLOTHINUS, «ftc., &c. QEISTTLEMBlSr'S CLOTHING, Of. English and Colonial mnnufacturo, -HATS,-CRIMEAN SHIRTS, <fcc" tic. LADIES'," GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S COLOSSAL AND ENGLISH BOOTS AND SHOES, &c., &c. G. F. & CO. DESIRE TO ADD THAT AS THEIR sToas:-T_A_iczisra Is now in course of operation, and MUST BE COMPLETED before the FIRST OF JULY, Thoy' have adopted their ANNUAL CUSTOM by REDUCING tho-PRICE LIST to ' ' " " tlOiST, To enable them to CLEAR THE STOCK ON HAND DURINC THE ; MONTH. rp il E U N D E R S I G N E ...

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THE STATION AND THE FARM, THE PROFITS OF SHEEP FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

THE STATION AND THE FARM, THE PROFITS OF SHEEP FAltMING. IN a letter wo published last week oil "The Squatting Question," there are some state ments deserving of more tliaa a passing notice. With the bearing of this question on the proposed land law we have nothing to do here, but we may well ask, are people content to kcop sheep affording such poor returns, and how it is that the value of the ileecc can bo reduced so low ? For instance, "J. S. H." says that, on the station to which he especially refers, the wool of 10,390 sheep fetched £1123, or 2s. l§d. per head. And this is described as a station fenced in and subdivided into paddocks, with all the useful requisites for a well appoiufced run, in a sound ami healthy country, and belonging to a careful and economic manager. Bight hundred sheep wore sold at 3s. each, and the net profit of the ycav was £22, after deduct ing the actual expenses and rent. No details 0!° the expenses aro given, so wo will say nothing ahout them; hut in ...

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THE PERIPATETIC ON DISSECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

THE PERIPATETIC ON DISSECTION. I WANT to know if anatomical students have enough bodies. Not long sinco a number of silly people mado a fuss about cutting up tlio bodies of paupers. I don't suppose that it can matter much to the pauper himself whether they cut him up merrily for tho benefit of science, or permit him to rot away comfortably in eoino peaceful grave yard. [By the way, a brilliant idea for a sensation drama. The dissecting room of the hospital. Corpse on tablo. Danco of students, blue-fire, chorus, with dissecting-knife accompaniment, " so merrily hobo !" (click-clack) " so merrily !" &c. Application of galvanic battery. Corpse revives. "My long lost son !" Marries tho head nurse. £20,000 a year. Curtain. I present Mr. Coppin with the idea.] I don't see you know, positively, that it matters what becomes of a man when ho is dead ; certainly tho present system of burial is most expensive and ridiculous. It answers no useful purpose. It doesn't even preserve the bo...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MESSRS. GOLDSBROUGH BURT, AND Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

MESSRS. (JoLDSBiioucn BURT, AND CO'S. ! . RBPORO1. Fat CATTLE. - Much smaller supply this week j graces-for prime -(jnality have ad vanced on Hast quotations. We quote best i. bullocks worth £7 to £10. We sold at Aimaudale, oil Monday, 167 head (ICirk's) 4it £5 7s Gd. FAT SHEEP.-Market well supplies! .; 'best quality offering, about 50 to 52 lbs. weight worth 9s ; medium and inferior, Gs to 7s 9d. We sold a lot of ewes for Messrs. Christian at 7s Gd to 7s 9d. STOKK. STOCK.-Numerous inquiries for bul locks, which can be readily sold at top . rates for cash-say £2 5s to £.'! 5a ; mixed sexes worth £2 to £2 10s,. if good. We had also inquiries for herding cows! FOB SHEEP there are buyers at about 4s for weddcrs. _ June 25.

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MAKE-WEIGHTS. (From the Round Table.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

MAKE-WEIGHTS. "(Prom the Round Table.) ( THE society makeweight is not always such by virtue of'brains, wealth, or (Family, a weak and inane gontility of dress and maimer being about all that , is wanted to separate him from the . herd that lies huddled togetlior one grade lower. He is manifestly a step .above the urbane shopkeeper, and, as . things go with us, equally removed, . contrary-wiso, from the fast youn« man who inherits a well-crammed1 <deed-box. Ho is-most frequently pro fessional and of professional ancestry. ? His college courso, by mixing him with young men of money, gives hirn ;&is first insight into that complex and 'Unsocial scheme misnamed society, in which it is speedily his aim to revolve, although insignificant, in any orbital' .lacuna that may bo open to him. He ^danccs, and this enables him to fill up a "German;" in fact, dancing well is .about half his social capital. He can $alk, if not brilliantly, at loast intelli gibly, and this brings...

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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

MUDGEE. 1 MESSKS. CROSSING AKD COX'S REPORT.Y; I . FAT . CATTLE.-The supply forward for the . week has been fully equal to requirements, the-majority being in point of quality no more than; medium Btores. Anything of '. good quality commanded attention, fit . prices fully equal to' our last quotations. ' Wo sold 66 head from 60s to 100a ; 13 head from 141s to 1859.; 16 head from 80s to 90?. FAT SHKKI*.-A full "supply forward, com prising inferior to fair quality. Prices have a slight tendency downwards. ' We sold 495 from 6s 9d to 8s 2d ; 50 at 4s 9d. STORK C.VTTLK-Of good descriptions and ages, for fatteniiing, are in brisk demand, at about about last quotations. Wo sold 25 head at 60s. STORE SHKEP.-No demand except for large framed wedders. Which may be.quoted 4s 9d to 5s. June 22, 1969.

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WHEN I WAS TWENTY-ONE. I "(TRANSLATED FROM BERANCER BY THACKERAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

.. WHEN I WAS TWENTY-ONE. ; I "(TRANSLATED FROM BIS RANGER BY THACKERAY.) WITH pensivo eyes tlie little room I view, ? Whore iu niy youth I weathered it so long, With a wild mistress, a stauueh friend or two, And a light heart still breaking into song ; Making a mock of life and all its cares, Rich in the glory of my rising sun. Lightly I vaulted up four pair of stairs, In the brave days when I was twenty-ono. Yes: 'tis a garret - let him know't who will There was my bed-full hard it was and small, My table there-and I decipher still Half a lame couplet charcoaled on the wall. Ye joys that Time has swept with him away, Gome to mine eyes, ye dreams of love and . .; fun, For you I pawned my watch how many a day, Iu the brave days when I was twenty-one. And see my little Jessy, first of all; Sho comes with pouting lips and sparkling eyes : Behold how roguishly she pins her shawl Across her narrow casement, curtain-wise; And by the bed her petticoat glides down, And when did woman Itiok...

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MELBOURNE. DALMAHOY CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

MELBOURNE. DALMAUOY C\MPl!Kr,T, AKD Co.'s ItF.rOllT. FAT- CATTLE.-1,200 have been entered-for tho week's. supply, principally from tho Gipps Land district ; 940 have boon solil this day at an advance of 20a per head on ; best'qualities and 15s on second quality : over last week's quotations, and the greater portion: of those sold were only light weight ? cows and very indifferent. Trade was brisk throughout and the market closed firm. Wo quote best bullocks, from £10 to £11 15s; second to £S to £9 ; inferior, £5 to £7 ; best cows, from £7 10s to £S 15s ; second, £5 to £0 ; iuferior £4 up. FAT SHEEP.-21,500 were drawn for tho week's supply, but only 17,500 came for ward, tho deficiency being caused, no donbt by parties near town declining to face so heavy a market. The quality generally was middling and inferior, with but few really prime sheep amongst them, which v latter maintained last week's currency, whilst on the former a slight reduction took place; but at tho close of the mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869

AD visurimMUNTs. 100 Wanted, HEAD OF STORE BULLOCKS, from 4 to 7' years old, in large-or small lots.. Aj>ply to ANDELSON, r ' Conblondonga Station, "Adulong. To Fencers. j WANTED; BULLOCK or HORSE TEAMS, for CHOCK and LOG FENCING. .Apfjiy to : - Messrs. GEO. FORSYTH & CO., | . -. ' Wagga Wagga, Or, A. G.. JONES, 1 ' i~ !.:' New Station, ;? . ; 'Bland, j iiTo Fencers. ANTED, MEN, with TEAMS, for BRUSH. FENCING. ; | Apply to JOHN MACPHERSON, r Toniora. . Tenders ' ARE immediately required for fixing : HOOP IRON round the Fence at the Cemetery. . For particulars, apply to ? HUGH C. ROSE. ; BILLIARD TOURNAMENT! TO-ZTsTIGKEIT, AT THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL. THE GREAT HANDICAP BILLIARD TOURNAMENT, for which Ten Players aro entered will take place in the Australian Billiard Saloon THIS EVENING (Wednes day), June 30, ISti9, commcncing at 8 o'clock. Admission, One Shilling. Mesmeric Seance. PROFESSOR RTEUBEN WILL, on THIS (WEDNESDAY)' EVENING, give one of his MESMERIC & PHRENOLO...

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