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BALLARAT. HEPBURN AND LEONAHD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
BALLARAT. HEPBURN AND LEONAHD'S REPORT. Tin", stock yarded were-495 cattle, 57 calves, 7062 sheep. FAT CATTLE.-A moderate supply, in point .. of numbers, camo forward for our market yesterday, quality ranging from "medium to prime, best being a draft of Messrs. Niel Black and Co.'s, the station-breeds of which were particularly prima and heavy, selling to £18, and realising the high aver age of £14 8s 4d. A fair number of town and country buyers wero presisut, and competition was brisk throughout,.prices ori tlio wliolo showing ail advance of 10s to £1 a head on previous week's, rates. We quote-bost pons bullocks, extra prime heavy weights, 13' 10a to UH OS ; three sold singly at IS/ eaoh prime quality, medium weights, lOi to 1 '21 10s ; medium quality, from 11 up; inferior at store prices ; cows at proportionate rates. Fat SitKi'.i'.-Supply was somewhat in excess of requirements, a good portion consisting of fair mutton. Last week's exceptional advance could not be maintained, pric...
PRICES CURRENT AT THE SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
PRICES CURRENT AT THE'SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA FLOUlt MILLS. ?" £ 8. d.; Pino Flour, per ton - ... ...» 14 0 '0 Wheat per bushel, ... 4s. Gd. to 0 4 '9 Brail, per bushel 0 1 6~ Pollard, ditto . ... 0 1 :C : RETAIL: . . . , Fine Flour, per 100lbs 0 15 i0. . J. W. CHAPMAN,; , K. NIXON". . ... HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles-Unvarying success attends all wlio treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round cacli pot and box.' They are invaluable to the young and tiinid, whose bash fulness, sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trilling expense will enable the most diffident to conduct any., case to a happy issue, without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. .The Ointment arrests the spreading' inflammation, restrains the excited vessels, cools the over-heated skin, alleviates throbbing and; smarting pains; ami gives great ease. The same directions also clearly point out when and liow .llolloway,s Pills a...
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. DESPATCH FROM WAGGA WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
AllMVAL AND DESPATCH 01? -MAILS. . D1MPATCU FROM WAGCIA WAOflA To Tarcutta. Sydney and Melbourne.-Every day, at I j>.in., Friday excepted. To Urana and Deniliquin.-Sunday, Wednes day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1.30 p.m. To Narandara and Hay,-Sunday and Wednesday, at 2 p.m. - \ To .Tuneo and Mumimburrah.- Monday, . Wednesday and Friday, at 5.30 a.m. ARRIVE AT "W'AGQA WAUOA : Prom Tarcutta.-Every day at 12.30 p.m., Tuesday excepted. Urana and Deniliquin.-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and .Saturday at, 11.30 a.iri. Narandera and Hay.-Sunday and Wednes day, 8 a.m. .. Junee and Murmmburrah.-Monday; Wed nesday and Saturday, C.30 p.m. Letters intended for Junee, must be posted before half-past 9 on the evening preceding fcho departure of the mail, and for all other places ualf-an-hour previous to the specified time of departure. 6W On Sundays, the Post Office is opened for mail-delivery between 2 aiul 3 p.m.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
IMPOUNDING,?. AT BINALONO, o'n the 10th Juno, from Kalargan, by Mr. F. Murphy, Creamy iilly, star, dock tail, branded No. 5 ovor 0 near shoulder. Will bo sold ou the 8tb July. AT JUOIONG, on tho lOtli day of Juno, 18G9, from Coonoy's. Creek, by Mr. John Lloyd :-Bay maro, star, saddlo-inarked, liko OS over O-S conjoined near shoulder, aged, 15 hands high; chesnut fdly, bald faco, 0 near shoulder, AM near thigh ; bay colt, star and blazo, P noar shoulder, W ovor SN near thigh ; chesnut filly, i>A near shoulder, W overSN near thigh ; brown lilly. indescribablo brand near shoulder, about IS months old. If not released, will be sold at tho Pound, at noon, on the 8th day of July, 1SG9. AT HAY, on tho 23rd day of May, 1SG9, from Tooganmain ; lie-advertised :-Black colt, bang tail, now shoes, liko A off chcolc, very faint, 2 years old, 14 bauds high. If not released, \Vill bo sold at this Pound, at noon, on tho 1st of July, ISO!).
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S IIEPOKT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION. REPORTS. MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S IIEPOKT. WOOL.-Yesterday's transactions show no alteration on vccent quotations. Wo de ferred our sale until next week, and con sequently have nothing to report. Hidkh.-Although the supply to-day was only modurate, the decline noticed last woek was fully confirmed, especially on inferior lots, whieli were difficult of sale. ,.... Wo quitted over 800 hides, tho principal lots having been taken as follows *44 at 15s, 14 at 10s Gd, 35 at 18.1 ild, 00 at I (is 9d, 240 at 15s Gd, 29 at 14s Gd, 40 at 25s, ' 21 at 2ls per hide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
$&it0p ^bJtrjcrtisjc.); IS PUBLISHED every Wodricsday and Saturday, at tile Office, Traill-strect, Wagga Wagga, and delivered at an early liour to subscribers in the town, and by mall throughout the colonies. . TERMS: :&lt; ; ? : SUBSCRIPTION. Per Quarter, in town, Payable in advance 83. > ; Quarter, posted .. ditto . ' 10s. Per Quarter, posted, credit ,. 'lis. . N.B.-Tho qunrtcrg terminate on tlie 31st Marclv BOth Juno, SOth September, and 31st December, at which poriodS only can subscribers decline, by giving notice, anil paying tho amount duo to tho end of thu: curront quarter. Now subscribers are rocctved at any time, and charged proportionately to tho termination of tho curront tlireo months; but unless porsons order ing the paper are known at tho ollico, wo do not guaranteo that it will bo forwarded if tho ordor Is Unaccompanied by i* remittance of at loast bno quarter's subscription in advancc. ADVERTISEMENTS: ' f First Inch 3s. Every additional Inch, Is. O...
MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
. I MRI TIIOMAS DAWSON'S LLKROKT. FAT (JATTLE.-'Wi-ere has been a large supply in during the week, and prices have re mained iirni at 20s per 100 lbs. for good beef. FAT . SHEEP.'-Market completely glutted ?with all kinds. Prime 60 lbs wethers aro worth' lis, others in proportion to quality. STOKE . SHEEP.-I liavo . for disposal a tow thousand good ewe's at a moderate figure. STOKE CATTLE.-Still a demand, but not so excessive. HOUSES.-Some* first-class stock are in tho market for sale next week, and in niy next report I will quote the prices obtained.' ' Juno 25.
BREWSTER AND TR[?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
BKBWSTRK AND TRKBKUK'S REPORT. STATIONS.-Since our last report we have concluded tlic sale of the " Bntluilla" and "Pyrtnount" stations, in fclie Maranoa district, Queensland, together with 42,170 sheep, more or loss, of mixed ages and sexes, at (is per head. 2000 head of mixed cattle at -lils per head. .Stores at a valuation ; station plant given in. Terms, cash. Stoi-E CAT'JTK.-Good store cattle of suitable ages for fattening are very scarce, we are ? therefore unable to supply the rai«ire inciita of our constituents as regards quality and numbers'; the princiii.il lots offering are mixed cattle from ill-bred weedy herds, . to the breeding of which little or no at tention has been paid. STORK SnEKV.-Store wethers vre saleable at from &lt;fs to 5s per head, according to character of sheep and district where running breeding sheep are but seldom enquired for. Squatters' Exchange, George-street, June 25th, 1809.
SEED REQUIRED FOR A CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
SEED REQUIRED FOR A CROP. To satisfy numerous inquirers, the following list of seed nml plants neccssary to sow an acre of land is arranged. The quantity refers to a good planting season, such as exists at -tlio present time. When the soil is'dry and rough,, a little moro seed is not wasted. Tlie.gre.it advantage of drilling* over broadcast sowing will be evident: Wheat, broadcast - - - 2 bushels. " drilled --- - 1| . Oats, broadcast- . - 2 to 3 ,, " drilled ...... . - . ;li Barley, broadcast - '. 2t(y3 -: ,, " drilled .... l.| " Bye, broadcast - - - i.....:2> ,, drilled - - . 1J ,, Buckwheat drilled or ribbed >1.^ *?&lt;'*,-r\ Cotton- . - /.' . i Rice, drilled- - . . - - 2 to 3 " Sorghum, drilled - - 2 to 3 quarts. Millet- - - - - - . -. -1 .bushel; Corn, in hills i >, Potatoes - - ?- - - « 12, . Turnip and Ruta baga i" - ^ ; y''lr, pound, . Beets and mangold wurtzel 5 tb'6 " ,V Beatis in drills - - - . . 1J bushels. Carrots- - - - - - r,\2.to\!i' ^pounds.' White c...
PARIS FASHIONS. (From the Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
PARIS FASHIONS. (From tlia Queen.) Natukax flowers are always uso&lt;l for trim ming ball drosses in spring in Paris, ami aro groat charms at spring balls. A black tullo dress, the skirt' trimmed with six black Iaco flounces, tlio panior edged with old Mechlin point and looped up at the sides with agraffes of whito camellias and heath. White camel lias and an aigretto of heath formed the headdress; all 'natural' flowors. Another dress of green was trimmed with spraya of whito lilac and rosobudB. Another of white tulle, with an emerald green tunic, long at the back, and rounded oft" in front, was looped up high at the sides'; it was bordered with a fringo of pansics, the flowers being fastened by thoir stalks to the silk. These pansics were of all shades, from the palest yellow to the darkest purple, The green bodice was trimmed with folds of white tulle, and a very large pansy, forming a rosette, was placed at the top of tho saslr. A lovely pink tulle dress was decorated wit...
WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
WAGGA WAGGA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNK 2S. (Before the Police Magistrate. JAMK,» DAI.WN aiul Stephen Cannon, sever ally charged with using obscene language in a public street, pleaded' guilty, and were fined eacli in the sum of ten shillings, or in default tun days' imprisonment. TUESDAY, JO.VK 29. (Before tlie Police Magistrate.) ABSCONDING VUOM WOKK.-Thomas Wil liains appeared on summons to answer the complaint of Tljoinaa Mulhollaiul,.tliat lie, the said Thomas Williams, on the 28th of April last, being thon in the hired service of complainant, under parol agreement to per form certain'work, on account' of which ho had regeived an advanco in money and rations, did unlawfully abscond therefrom, l'rosecutor being unablo to prove whether defendant was actually in his employ at the time, or in that of anothor person with whom the work was conjointly to bo porformed, and also failing to prove whether or not work to the value of the rations and money had been performed at the timo of a...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. Herald Office, Tuesday 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY." Herald Office, , Tuesday 9 p.m. AUCKLAND papers report that : tbe Rebels I have murdered twenty-one Friendlios, and two soldiers carrying despatches. One hundred and twenty-t&lt;Vo Han haus have been capturod near Mafcea. The Government have referred Cuih mings's claim to the arbitration of Messrs. Hosking and Lynch. Mr. Hassall has abandoned the at tempt to obtain a new trial. Wblfskehls case comes on for argu ment to-morrow. ? i Dr. Steol has been reprimanded for contempt of court. Mr. Want, tho solicitor, is dead. PRDKSTBIANSM EXTRAORDINARY.-The great feat of running ten miles within an hour was accomplished by Young Austin on tho Wag"a Wagga Racecourse on Monday last. Notwitli striding that tho weather, being showery, was very unfavourable .to him, so that, to wards the close of his task, when his greatest effort was required, lie was almost blinded by tho rain, he succeeded in accomplishing, not only the ten miles, but a distance of 28...
SOMEONE WHO DANCED AT THE "ROYAL." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
SOMEONE WHO DANCED AT THE "ltOYAL." I cannot describe her completely,. Site is swift, slie is subtle ami splendid; ? I wish you could sec her, how sweetly Her dimples with laughters arc blended ! She glides through a glimmer of glasses, She gleams through a darkness of tresses, Alas for the " swell " that she passes, Whose love is tho garment of Nessus. Ah ! when she hath ball-room attire on I long for the skill to employ all Tho gifts that tho Muses gave Byron, I'Vir someone who danced at tho "Royal." Hor glances go through me and throngli mo ; They are brighter than dew in the dingle ; Her smiles like to sunbeams pursue mo ; 1 wish, don't I wish I were single ! Like bulls that one hears in fair weather, Liko bells that are rung at a christening, Is tho sound of licr accents together Ah ! dearest, forgive me for listening Tho worst of it is that she hurts with Hor beauty that blooms to destroy all Tho peace of poor devils she flirts with . Tho jnaiden who danced at tho "Royal." Her...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. All communications to this journal must be autheuticated by the [?] and addres of the writer. No notice will be taken of anonymous cummunications, and no rejected communications will be returned. THE PASTORL ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the W.W. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
01UGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AU (?oiitiiiHuicaiio?w &lt;o this journal must he authen. ticalcd hit the -wuncand (uldrtnw of the writer. JVo noticc 'ioiU be taken of fino»j/nio«.scom>n&lt;inteaiio>iK, and no rejcclcd conimunicitiions will be rclurnal, THE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ; (To the. Editor of the IT, If. Advertiser.') SIR,-Tho coincidence of Z's letter and the Hon. Soo's circular appearing the same day has arrosted ljiy attention and suggested the following remarks. . Tho cxistonce of such an Association as tho .Pastoral, ought to produce results of tho greatest benefit to the district; but they fall very far short of what they ought to he, and I think for the following reasons :-There is no vitality in tho action of the Exeeutivo. Tho Association requires a paid Secretary. Tho rules of the Society are too exclusive, too restrictive; they cut off the sympathies of a largo and influential body of the Public, tho Agriculturalists. A bad, or. at any rato a dhappro...
Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 30 June 1869
$tt:rjop gMm'tker. " This Is tnic liberty, wlion froobom men, Having to advise tho public, may spenk free." MILTOK. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30,1809. THE fib of economy which scorns to have suddenly seized all the Governments of the earth is one of the most remark-, ablo features of a very roinarkablo time. To modern science and pluck all things seem to bo possible. Astro nomers map out tho moon as correctly as a surveyor a 40-acro selection; philo sophers dissect a sunbeam as minutely as a surgeon a " subject" and are on tho eve, they tell us, of seizing the subtle essence of life itself, and impri soning it in a bottlo with a glass stopperfor the edification of tho enrious tho marvels of tho enginoer anl the electrician out-Munchausen Munchau sen, and, to crown the list of wonders, Ministries hare found it possible to retrench. Perhaps of all the marvels of this marvellous time, this is the most marvellous, That in any country, and especially in Great Britain and her dependencies, tho publ...
Law and Police Courts. LONDON. A KIND FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 August 1869
SLato anir police Courts, LONDON. A K[ND FATHER. At Hammersmith Mr. Thomas Barron Brooke, a surgeon, of No, 2, LawuVplace, Shepherd's Bush, wan brought up on It warrant charged Willi ill-treating hie daughter, aged two years. The principal witness againat the acsnsed was hi« sorvant, Lydia Lawes, who carried the child in her arms. She stated that on Thursday morning the lieard a smacking coiso, accompanied by criea from the child. She met her on the stairs, and took her in her arms out of the houso. She found bruiaoa on her face aud on the front and side of her body, which were not there on the day before whan she was bathed. The child stood up in front of the witness box, and her body was shown to be covered with bruises. Mr. E. C. Oaines, a aurgeon of Hammersmith, said he had examined the child, and found that the bruises were both old and recent, and must have been occasioned by great violence. He referred to the marks ou the child, and said they appeared to have been done by twi...
[?]etrospect of the Month. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 7 August 1869
Iktoper.t jof % Slonllj. THE news of the past month, though not so interest ing as is frequently tho case, is greatly varied, and more ^ over comprises some highly-seasoned pieces of scandal. J-1,0 woather has been far more favourable to the pro \ apocta o£ the harvest than was tho case last month. We i have been-at least those who are ot an obese tendency i -almost melted, tho thermometer having reached a point which even Australians would call "hot." Some " eaifejjiastic supportora of the marvellous have insorted letters in the daily proas, telling us, poor mortals, whose ' du is to burn the midnight oil, th at the thermometer .has reached 135 degrees Fahrenhoit in tho aun ; but in plain matter of fact we have had several days when the tomperature has been as high as 95 degrees in the shade, hot enough, we should think, to molt the most frigid of your fr/gid-msnnered countrymen. AT the departure of the last mail the volunteer camp at Wimbledon had just been established, and tho ti...