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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOaiATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON. Nov. 22. The Australian mail of October 7 via Brindisi bas been delivered. A collision has taken placo between the Samerasopara (? Somersetshire) -'and the Cutty Sark bound to Sydney, and the latter has been compelled to return to dock. [FIJOM Oim OWN CORRESPONDENT.] •SYDNEY, Friday Night, The cattle market supply is agaiu beyond requirements ; beat are worth 18a. per 100 lbs. Sheep prices gave way one shilling to one«aud«8ixponco, owing to the largo number forward; best are quoted at 13s. . In the Assembly yesterday, Mr. Burns stated in auswer to a question, that the Pacific Mail Company had been paid over three thousand pounds in cxcess, and that the peualties amounted to £50,01)0. Mr. J. S. Smith moved tho adjournment of the House, for tho purpose of calling at tention to the unsatisfactory nature of the present Pacific Mail arrangements, and quoted from a San Francisco paper a personal attack upon Mr. I'ark...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Messrs. WM H., M., and Co. report; the sale of 350 fat sheep to Mr. R, H. Wnrmoll. Mr. S. M. Swift, of Tumut, has sold 520 fine bullocks to Mr. IT. B. Hann; of Mel bourne. Messrs. W., H., Ail.,, and Co., agouts. ' Messrs. W,, H., M., aud Co^ report the ; sale at auctioii of 30 head of mixed cattle for Mi*. J. Harding, and 200 head, for Mr. P.; llogers, the lattor siilo at Albury in conjunct tion with a local agent; - ' ;, • { Mr. A. G. Jones lias taken delivery of 1500 ewes purchased by him from Mr. G.! Ashcroft, and 945 owes from Mr. Quiun. Messrs. \V.» II., M., and Co., agents. 58 Lee lieifors, reported very find," from1 Lake Cowal, are now noar Couibauning, com-': ing to Wagga for salo. Mr. G, A. Elliott (P., R., and Co.), agent. Mr. Maekirnon'e aevon puro Durham bulls from Gootiambil have. arrived foe salo on Tuesday next. Mr. G* A. Elliot (P., R.,< aud Co.), agent. , . ; I Mr. G. A. Elliot reports the salo of 150 head fat cattle for the Messrs. Stiuson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

We know, from reliable information, tlmt Messrs. Max Monnsh and Co., of Narandcra, are abolishing tho antiquated custom of presenting their eustomors with a present in tho shape of a paltry Christinas-box; but to recompense their numerous customers, and to benefit the public at largo, they intend to sell the whole of their large stock during the festive season, at a ridiculously low figure. Peoplo living in or about Narandera should not miss this chance of getting a first-cl.iss article at a very low price, and should lose no time in calling at Mossrs. Max Monash and Co.'s general stores to secure the best bargain.—Advt. nmii.t

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

VKJiKLY CALliK DAB.' Days of "W.uek. Sun. lilacs Sots. Moon. ltiacs Sots. ii.M. 11. M. A.m. •3 4 44 n no i\ f»N « 4 & Sunday .. .. 4 44 II ftl 4 .'to 7 « 0 Monday .. 4 44 (i r»« fi H (1 7 Tuesday 4 44 or.K (I. (1 8 fit U 4 44 (i r.:1 7 (1 0 42 u Thursday .. 4 44 0 G4 7 68 10 20 1° Friday .. .. • .. 4 44 ■0 65 8 57 U 24 Moon's .Phases.—DeoEMncn. " ; First Quarter - Monday, Oth, 22.1 p.m. Full Moon—Monday, 13Ui, fi.50 a.m. Last Quarter—Monday, 20tl», 1.0 a.m. New MOun—Sunday, -2Sth, G.U h. ui.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

ABSTHACT OF SALES BY' AUCTION. This Day. — Mr. Bluett—Horses, spring carts, &c., : WlmrMlcscrvo, 12 o'clock. Tlils Day. — Wilkinson, Hann, Mincuin, and Co.—Storo cattle, Pastoral Hotel Yards, at 12 o'clock. This "Day. — A. T. Hdlton—Pure-bred rams, at Ten toMo Creek. December 0.-Wilkinson, Hans*, Minchi.v, & Co. —Fat cows. Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. December 7.—t*. A. Elliot—Heifers, Pastoral Hotel Yards, Wagga. December 7. — A. T. Eoj.ton—Pure Durham bulls, at Wagga Wagga. December 7. — Wilkinson*, Hann, SIjnujiin, and Co.—Pure Durham bulls, Pastoral Hold Yurds, 12 o'clock. December 7. — Wooldridob «fc Wiikn — Freehold property, at Denllhiuin, at *2 o'clock. "December 7.—<»• A. Klliot—Pure Shorthorn bulls and draught atalllous, Wagga Wagga. Decemberf>.—A. T..Bolton — Freehold property, Australian Hotel, half-past 10 o'clock. December 11.— A. T. Bolton — Freehold property, Australian Hotol 2 o'clock. December 11. — A. 1\ Bolton — Horses, at Wagga...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875 [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

THE ffihtggn QbbttiiM r " Thto 5s Into liberty, wltun frceborn men, Hnvlng to ntlrfoo tlio public, inaj* speak frod." Milton. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4; 1875 It is admitted.'..by oven tlier most enthusiastic believer in the perfection of Wagga, as a town, that she is wofully behind the times in the matter of drainage and other tri fling' sanitary conditions, and that some . steps should bo taken at once to render her a healthy place of habitation. Yet, despite the , general existence of this opinion, it appears that those who . rule over lis municip ally are abovo taking advioe on the Biibjoct. At least wo make bold to think so when we read an anuounce monfc, ornamonting our advertising columns, to the effect that applications for the post of Inspector of Nuisances to the Borough, at the salary of £20 per annum, bo sent in by a. certain date. It is impossible to imagino tor one moment that those who authorised the publication of such an interesting piece of information, could have done s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

Positive Virtues.—The most of tho so called great remedies possess onljr that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. . Bkjstol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive 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 eflecta complete and lasting cures.—Advt. IIoLLOWAY'S OlNTMP.NT AND pli.LS.-Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. "Unvarying sue-1 ccss attends all who treat diseases according to tho simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expense will enable the moat diffident to conduct any case to a happy isstio without exposing secret intimities to anyone. MARAVILIiA COCOA. — Taylor BrothBHs(thc largest Manufacturers of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

BIRTH.         JACKSON. — On the 25th November, at the Pastoral Hotel, Mrs. John Jackson of a son.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 December 1875

/TEMS OF NEWS. Own " Land Notes" will bo found on the fourth page of tliia issue, where we have been compelled to place them owing to the pressure of matter on our inside space. Tub full programme of the entertainment to he given to-night, in aid uf a widow left iu reduced circumstances, appears in another column. It is to be hoped that there will be a good attendance. Ykstejiday, the District Coroner held an inquest at the Terminus Hotel, upon the body of Mr. John Carrigg. who died at the residence of Mr. Oliver Tibeaudo on Thurs day. From the evidence of Mrs. Tibeaudo, it appears that the deceased, who was her cousin, came to her residence on Tuesday evening, bearing upon him evidence that lie had been drinking. Mrs. Tibeaudo went out, and on her return found him lying upon a sofa. He then complained that he wag very bad, and asked for some water. At his request a bucket of water was placed in the room where he lay, and it appears that during tiie night ho must have used the whole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

: ' IMPOUNDJNaS. Tun-Milk CrniKir—On Uio I8II1 day of November, from Pullltop, by Messrs. A. ami K. Wcstby : sum duo at dato of notice sot after cach animalBrown entire, small star, lkle c4M near shoulder, long tall, unbroken, 2 years,-!'' hands ; £f» 03 Gd. Iloan horse, Hko C or GW very small off neck, saddle and girth marked near sho'.lder broken, near bind foot white, short pulled tail, aged, lf»i| bunds ; 10s Gd. Brown horse, star, like G D or G .31) conjoined near neck, baa bad a sore back, white hairs in withers, a little whito off hind cornet, cap of off hip knocked down, collar marked, long pulled tail, aged, 10 hands; Oa Gd. Yellow bay mare, black points, Hko -14 near shoulder, collar and saddlo marked, whito marks on back, broken down on both fore legs, long pulled tail, aged, 10hands; 0sGd. Baymaro, black points, like Hll over like 2 near shoulder, saddlo and girth marked, pulled tall, 4 years, 15)- hands ; 10s Gd. Light brown mare, star, likeIJK (the JK in one) off shoul...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

*' POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. j AMIIVAL AND , DESPATCH OF MAILS. . From • - Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed Tim. Frl. Sat. 6yrtnoj\; a.m. n.m. ft. in. n m. ti m ft.m. a.m.: 0= 0 .00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Xnrcntta' 0 0 0 0 0 0 tltinec;.^ fl: 0 0 .0 0 0 Yum .. v. a o O 0 0 0 Dcniliquln .. 11 30 11 30 ii no 11 30 Urana .. .. U 30 11 30 11 30 11 80 iJny. • 8 30 8 no Namndcrii.. 8 U0 8 no Albury..: .. p.m. p.m. pim. p.m. p.m. ,p.ral P.m. 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 .7 0 7 ?0 Uiokandina.. 7 0 7 if 7 0 7; a 7' 0 7 0 .Clarendon .. 0 80 0 30 uepautuukh! .. sun. Won. Tuc. Wed Thu. 1-ri. Sat. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 0,0 .0 0 0(0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 g 0 00 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 ' 0 0' 0 'g 0 a.m. n.m. a.m. n.m. 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 0 8 0 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 2 0 2 .0 2 0 2 0 a.m. n.m. a.m. 0 0 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 r> jr. 0 0 0 0 0 0 r> -ir, Sydney.. TnrcutU Junco ... . Yass .. » Albury.'. . CooJfandJnn, Clarendon .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

WASTTEE. ■•TTTANTED, a HOUSEMAID nnd LAUN VV :DKESS. Apply BELMORE HOUSE. E. M. JONES. November 12, 1875. TTTANTED a MARRIED COUPLE for a VV Station. Woman as Cook, Manias generally- useful., Apply—WILKINSON; 1IANN, MINCH1N, and CO., Exchange. : ? ■. r. •,art.t.. - .TTTANTED,TANIC-MAKERS* to remove VV aboilt 5000 cubic yards ;of earth on Barcllan Station, Morool Creek. Apply to tho'Mariager on the Station.'; -r; ROBERT HAMILTON & CO.-. Barellnu, iiOtli Nov., 1S75. ObrV.ttS ;; ■^jyANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply MRS. PERRIN, ••• Criterion Hotel. • tro.c .; ■ TTTANTED, MEN, with TEaMS, cither ..'VV. horses or bullocks, , to ercct 20 miles of Log-and-Chock Fcnciug at Buddigower. and Wallandry Stations. Apply to .THOS. JILLETT, Moonee Ponds, near Melbourne, or A. C. JILLETT, on tho Station. THOMAS JILLETT. tca.c "rV :. WANTED by a Person of Soveial Years' Experience amongst Sheep and Cattle a Situation as MANAGER of a Station. Address—' •- , OLIVER AND TOMPSON, Wngga Wagga. aab.c. .. ...

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TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

TKAINING n'CTES. By " Yattendok. On Saturday morning a good liumuei 01 Biieotators wore out on. tho course at an early hour, and the proceedings were, I need liardly Bay, very closely watched, to see if a good thir.fi niignt bo picked out. Sonneteor went a very early hour, and after going about throc-quartors of a milo at a-tremendous unco, ho had tlio misfortune to run into ono of tho looso borscs that aro ltopt in tno pad dock. Hia rider waa thrown pretty licavily, Tiut luckily escaped without any injury, ox ■ canting a good Blinking. Tlio horso was cut Mid appeared very soro on leaving tho ' -Ui-su Planot and '('error did a good ^„.-4ing gallop, the latter going 111 very : oood style- I'l"1"-'' lmllcl1 »P "1'Kl'tly P ;t will be a loss to his owner should bo „il nueer, as be is in magnificent trim, llariinun Snowdc-n also did a good &ri:ns»tar,«a •Tackoyvdid scvcrat rounds together at a slow, .pace, uul tho general impression was that the Uup nag is 011 tho big side; \walw...

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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

LATEST DEPIING-. •• Tliq hotting ■ market lias "boon principally confined to tho Cup and doublo and treble events—tho Cup, with Grand Stand, and the Clip,-- Grand •> Stand, nnd Town Plate. Coquette's price has. shortened for tlio Cup, and not moro than 5 to >1 can bo had at a lump. Canterbury, West Australian, Bar maid, Clcolito. "and Terror havo been well supported at ,7 to 10 to 1. • , • ■ : 5 to 1 against Coquette (tk.) • 7 to 1 Canterbury (tk.) 7 to 1 'Terror (tk.) ... - 8 to 1 West'Australian (tk.) ■ 8 to.l r Clcolito (off. and tk;) 10 to X; Barmaid (tk.) i 10 to 1 Cnssio (tk. and off.) 12 to 1 Reformation (tk.) 22 to 1 . Torchlight (off.) 12 to 1 Polidori (oft'.) • 14 to 1 —— .Miss Juno(tk.) •l'l to 1 Highland Chief (off.) .1 20 to l Wakool (off.) In the double ovent books, Snowden, Polidori, and Kingston are nearly always taken, coupled • with-tlio Cup favourites j and inj ilio. (reblo Tjets, tlioy are gorierally.always picked for the eecond raeo'. /.-Four.horses, are o...

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HILLSTON—LACHLAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

HILLSTON—XACHLAN lUvM. r .. 'Mr:. R^G.iMacUcnzio reports for tho month of ftovemher—A continued disposition for purchaso of back blocks, lho early part of tho month;was ushered in with cool and determined weather, but towards tho close -.•'there-w»8 prognostication of dryness and soveral negotiations-for blocks remain sus pended. liko '! Mahomet's coffin." The app lications, u umbering 200, were from Vic toria principally,-bub there seems a determi nation.'in the north*cast of this colony tp have a shade in blocks offering. I have up wards of'3100 cattle for sale of various kinds, and different owners are under treaty . for* lfluO mixed mob. The condition of the " Sydney market leaves a margin \vhother the fatstock should go to the old beat, Syduey, or tho longer journey, Melbourne. - The weather will dccido. , In the meantime there is good feed on the river banks, aud the owners can await decision!, .The absorption ol the Melbourne market meets tho demand for shcop, although severa...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

TiriUU DAY. [The Mile Handicap weights not; being dc*! clurcd yet, I will pass it ovor. •Tlio, Town Plato rests almost'entirely in tho way the Cup is run. If tho winner of that race ,is amongst tliem, lie should pull this off,, and Snowden rimy follow him. The Princo of Wales Stakes lias' only four' rings in it, and;JSusfc Lynno ought:.to be good, enough to win tins; although I have a strong • liking for Little: King, who .will be hard to; beat. Ganibctta and-Alieo May inay each, having two .stone off their weight for age, be . near at the finish. .1 fancy tlierii thus— . EAST LYXNE on XlTlLL KI\Cr Gamdetta ... ... ... 3 !l?6r the Steopleehaso, I like Greystanes and Counter Jumper best, though, should Adventurer*win his previous race, he will bo vory hard to disp030; of. .Bookmalceivthough ; not possessing much puee, is. a fine jumper;: and, if the rest only stiek up.foiya'whilo, his ehauco must'bo good. Hurricane I do not fancy mtich, and Erin's Isle, I -think, may refuse.to jmiip....

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

■: - \ ; ;v SANDH U11ST. Messrs. vEttershauk, Eftglestono ami Co.! (Novomber ' 30} report Cattle.--4:75\ wore penned,Hvith the exception of ouc lot, from Moroco, the supply consisted of smalli lots from pluidoclcs in the district. The at-', tendance of buycrswns anything but large,' but all the best'penB were well eompetccVfor,; and brough t say. 25s per 100 lbs. . Pat Sheep, i —5,712 were peniicd. The market was -ex tremelyidull throughout, aud salea were difft-i cult to effect except for, the best quality, for: •which about last1 week's rates prevailed.; Prices—Best wethers, shorn medium,, tb 8s •,] ewes, prime iii wool,.lis to lis Cd; shorn' to| 7s Od ; others, from 5s, , . Messrs. Powers, Ruthcrfordi' and. ; Co. \ (November 30) 'reportFat Cattle.~475i yarded,.consisting principally of local .lots, • the quality ranged from inferior to good, only a small proportion prime. .The. market throughout was satisfactory, at fully recont rates. No alteration upon last week's quo* tations ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

SEC02TD DAY. •. j^or • tlic Sires'. Produce Stakes , there aro .sovouJctftrtmccs, and tlip finish will, ! think, bo as follows— ARUMA COLT 1 ' o- Killajinky 2 •" Housemaid ... ... 3 The Derby is tho -noxt,and if Sonneteer ■ starts; lio Bhould-win \ this easily; if not the Wizard ought to be good enough. SONNETEER oil THE WIZARD. The G rand Stand .Handicap follows, and a pretty;,fast raco -may bo; looked, forward to. . If Polodori'is all-right on the clay, the dis tance should suit him nicely, and he will bo -hard-to beat.. • Snowden won this5 race last year with Gst> 41bs.; but the field behind him, oxcepting Cassio, was.; not very pink. Being rcaorved for this, however, ho ought to liavo a say in it at the finish, and I shall look to hiin to bo in the foremost division. Should Torchlight- or West Australian pull the Cup • offr cither of : them should have very little troublo iu winning this. race. - Nighteloud \ and 'Kingston have plenty, of pace, and tho •rBame may bo said of M...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cuiiingham and Co. re port (Deo. 3).—Wool.—Wo hold our usual weekly sale at our stores fclus afternoon.*offer ing a'catalogue comprising 1C00 bales.- Thcro was a full attendance of buyers, and com pofcitioii was Wcll maintained. Wo Irepdrt that biddings for greasy were somewhat irro gulaiy especially for small lots and inferior qualities, but a slight decline upon last week's value was noticeablo for all descriptions, ihero was good demand for scoured at full market rates, and flecce showed that there is a weakness in the tone of the market for this description. Wo sold by auction 1335 bales, greasy Jetct ing from Sd to 12Ad por lb • scoured, lCd to 2i4d pov lb ; fleece, 17d to 20£d per lb.

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THE WAGGA MEETING. TIPS BY "YATTENDON." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

. THE WAGGA MEETING. Tire iit, " Yatte.n'dox." The task of picking out winners £01- bomo . of thocvonts to bo run for this w;cok, must bo acknowledged- to bo iui from an .i-as> one, if anything like tlie best animals (at : least tlioso that aro to bo 111 tlic front rank) nro'to bo picked out. There Imvo been many obstacles in my. way this .year. .. .Lust, .year, previous to our meeting, wo liad all tlio nags doing thoir work on tho course, andajine guide for picking out the best goods \viis to / bo liad in visiting tlio course and watching ' tlio work .done. This year, several Uoraes . have arrived so late, that it is impossible to got any idea from the work done here ; and several nags are doing their fast .work out of town, and tho rest havo till dono their fast I gallops before thoy came bore. Tliis makes it indeed difficult to get at n "good thing" for such a raco as tho Cup ; and to. pick tho i winner in tliis race, must bo .admitted to bo an uncertain thing, and if X go ast...

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