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

Spooial Advertisements. THE BAZAAR & FANCY FAIR, 1 IS aid of tub SACRED;-. HEART/PRESENTATION <"<<;■> CONVENT, " ; WILT/ OPEN ON TUESDAY EVENING,: THE 7ia 1NS1\, AT 8 O'CLOCK. A N O 1)15 of grc.it poetic oxcoUchcc,.com*' iLposed for tlie occasion, will bo recited by MLSS O'CONNOR, with choral accom paiiimoiit by the Scliool Children, ; Dr. Bovmingham will then declaro tho Bazaar formally opened. Thcro will bo at intorvals Vocal and Musical onfcerfcainmonts, and every effort will bo mado to reudev tho stay of visitors, agreeable. aot.t

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE BAZAAR IN AID OF THE PRESENTATION CONVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

THE BA'ZAAlt IN AID OF THE : PRESENTATION CONVENT.' ; Tho above bazaar was opened, last night at 8 o'clock, |u tho .building, orected .atconsi dorablo experiso/adjoining tho Council Cham ber. < /tho opening oeroinony cousisted oftho Choir of St. Michael's, dressed in white, marching 011 to the verandah of tho building and one of their number—Miss O'Connor— roading with fooling tho following Ode, of wliicU tho last two lines of each verso were eung by tho Choir, Mrs. O'Counor presiding nt'tlio piano :— | •. ; THIS MOTHER-MAID. I. ' '■ "What heavenly cliarm shall wisdom find To rniso and renovate inanliind— ^ To'eleanso tlie heart, uplift Iho mind, Recall tho strayed, tho slavo tmbiud ? : Chaste charm, solo spell, dear lure Is vonmn pure; . ; " -n.• • Vj "What path shall pleaso Almighty Power "When strikes tlio long-appointed hour, All blosuings on our eai'th to shower ? "What gom soreno, what fairest (lower, Shall wnrlc the gracious bridegrooms dower P Tho flower i'rom Jes...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GJOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND.CO. BlfiG- to announce to the Wool Growors and Morehnuls... of ' tho Au&traliuu Colonics, Tasmania,, and Now Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for tbo Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that I hey are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON J'AVOUJiAWjR TERMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale in this market, or shipment to London, Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wednesday during the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuksday following. • ; They act as Selling Brokers only, andcon stituents may rely 011 their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which* tliey- may be favored/ - '' V ' Their extensive .Warehouses >h«iyO; been constructedspecially for. the ..Storage and Display of NVool'to the best advantage, tho Sample Rooms being lighted on aii improved principle. . The various llooms...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

STOCK AND STATION KICPOIITS. ! 3YDNEY.;;: - . Messrs. Harrison; Jones, and Dovlin ro» port (December 4) : — Wool—2485 bales offered, 1338 sold. The competition at tins' week's public'salcs has been very good, and prices were given (jmtc equal, to. previous two sales. IMio telegrams of the November sales in London are anxiously looked for, and purchases were apparently made upon the assumption of tho sales being Cfjuni to : - the. preceding, series. • The sales ranged— For fleece, 15d to 22^d ; greasy, 7^dto lid ; scoured, . 1^/to. 21 j/d?> Sheepskins.—Not withstanding the'dryivcather, which reducos the working of several of the washing estab lishments, the prices realised for the last two or thvee weeks have been .well maintained. The sales ranged—For best skins, 7d to 7ifd; medium. 5£d to Gi(d ; pelts and short wool, 2d to 5d.;; .Wa'cleared our. cataloguo of; 31 lots at full values. Tallow. — 358 casks offered, 183 spld. The -demand: for trade lots was a little "more active at a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

Banks. Australian JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rate*. _: Drafts issued on all tlio Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and Now Zealand; also,.on England, Urelaiul, and Scotland. . ^ : W. A. COTTEE, Manager.-:- , Wftgga AVngg.i, : , 28tli September, 1808. - TH E commercial banking COMPANY) OF- SYDNEY. WAGGA . vAVAGGA BllANCH. ■ T~\73EOSITS Received on Ciifrcnfc Accounts, I J Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and^all othor usual .Banking Busi ness Transacted. ■>, , . : . The Bank issues Drafts and: Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agcn cies;throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. Also upon all. the.Principal Towns in-the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. Insurance. IMPERIAL fire insurance company OF london. ESTABLISHED 1S03. .'...

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

''v v: COOMA. Mr. J. - J. Howell (November 20) reports ••—Fat Cartlo.—T sold yesterday at auction,; on account of Mr. T. Brown, 25 bullocks from £7 to £7 17s Cd ; these were ratherja light lot. • :Store-Cattle. ~I; sold 13 three* year-old steers, at' £3 per • Head, Sheep.4-: Constituents all. busy shearing. Bulls.—I sold on account of Mr. D. Kiss, one 2-ycar old Horeford.buU by.Sndface,' from* Oddity, &c., to Mr. P. J. J; Clifford, for £35; also, one Hereford yearling bull by Sudfnce bull, for £15, to samo purchaser. J also sold during the Inst week, on account of Mr.-T. Brown, 5 bulls, from £4,to £10, averago £G ■ 10s.' . Horses.-^Little1 doing inthisclassjusfc now. No foreign buyers in tho markot, s

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

VA.SS. J. Messrs Jones and .Brougliton 'report (Nov. ■ 20);—Fat'Cattle;—Wo sold, at our yards,5 a few on Saturday, at 22a Gd per hundred. Those were light and not prime, ,Wo' quote bullocks £7-to, £9 ; cows, £5 to £G 10s. Store Cattle.r-We sold' at our yards, on Saturday, a few pens of store bullocks on ac count of Mr.sPeter Johnson, to Mr. T. S. Jones, at an average of £4 IGs. We offered some cows for the same; owners ; these were not Bold, £4 having-been*ofrcred. We quote bullocks £4 10s to £5 5s ; cows, £2 10s to £3 5s. Fat .Sheep;—We have no sales to report, hut could,placesome at quotations—wedders, 7s to 8s; ewes, 5s 9d to Gs' 8d. Store Shcop. —We have no sales to report, but some en-, quirers for small drafts of ewes for breeding purposes. Wo:-quote—ewes, 5s Gd to 9s; wedders, Gs to 7s. Horses;—We sold a num ber of inferior horses at our yards at from 5s to £4 j iand privately, to Mr. Welchj- a draft of fiue horses from £5 to £20. Also, 'a^ few fine colts to Mr. Nowlan, of Vi...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. The London Colonial-Wool Sales opened on tho 23r<l ult., with a stock of 9000 hales, out of which G000 bales were offered. Biddings wore spirited, prices ranging about the same as at the close of last scries. Mr. Wm. Hallidaiy, of Brookong, has sold 4000 wethers to Mr.. John Rudd, of Colombo Plains. -W., Hi, M., and Co.i agents. Mr. Will'am liny, of Booinanoomaua, has sold ,3500 ewes to Messrs. W. Wilson and Co., of Willandry. Messrs W., II., M., and Co., agents. Mr. James Pratt has sold a farm of 320 acres on North Junee, to Mr. J. J. Donnelly; Oliver and Tompson, agents. Messrs. Smith and Moxham, of Mimosa West, have purchased SO0O two-tooth wethers from Mr. It. Rand, of Molionga. Oliver and Tompson, agents. - Wo have been informed that . Mr. George Forsyth has sold his Lobb's Hole Uuu, on the Tnmut, to Mr. T. II. Bear, of Grong Grong, at a high figure. ' /v v : • Messrs. TuvubuU mul< Co., o( Kay,:have purchased for Mr, Frank Johns, Demondrille...

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

We know, from reliable information, thati Messrs. Max Monnsli and Co., of Narandcra,> are. abolishing the iantiqunted custom of, presenting their customers with a.present in tho shape of a paltry,Christmas-box ; but to; recompense their numerous customers, and to benefit-the public at large, they intend to sell the whole of-their large stock during the festive season, at; a ridiculonsly low figure. People living in or about Narandera should not miss this chance of getting a first-class article- at a very low price, and should lose no time in calling at Messrs. Max Monash and Oo.'s general stores-to secure tlie best bargain.—Advt. amn.t•

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THE Wagga Wagga [?]bertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

" This Is true Hborty, whon frcoborn men, ' . Tlftving.to nilviao tho publio, may speak free.'- ■; • .... , . - Milton. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1875. Although wo admit that no class iu Australia: has. done so much for-the country as squatters, yet wo cannot, at tbo same timo, dony that it would be difficult to find a section of tho com munity moro prone to grumble at all times and seasons. To illustrate what wo mean, wo will briefly recapitulate horo some of fcho growls uttered bytho shepherd kings of Australia. To start with—if a good deal of rain happens to fall,ra>,cry • is at: onco 'got up aud echoed .'and re-echoed .that there are going to bo floods! followed by general ruin.■■.. Again, ifnvfew weeks pass by without rain, quite as strong a cry is raised about ;drought, and utter ex termination. .And-again,. if- the wool market is depressed, groans aro. freely indulged in, to tho effect that the good times.for squatters are past and gone, and the' mighty have in consequence be...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

; .1 WEEKLY CALENDAR. j Days of Week... feUN. .. Rises Sets. , Moon. Rises Scts.t ■ -"V.'' ' . ■ • - 11. M. JIM. A.M. 1'. M. 3 Saturday. A .44 G 50 ;ti 58 (5 4 5 Stihday lr. >..<>•' l 44 (I 51 •4 35 7 3 0 Mdnrtay,.>.-• '.V... 'AM 0 52 ,5:18 8 0 V Tuesday ,'-V.i 4 44 .0,52 ?o; 0 8 54' 8 Wednesday.1;;•'■•v il ■A '44 •0-68 7-0 0 42 0 Thursday ...... 4 44 0 54 .7 58 10 20 10 Friday - : .. ;4.44 0 55 8, &7 11 24, Moon's Phases.—Dbcembbh. . F)rafc Quarter-Monday, 0th, 12.1 p.m. . tfwUJMoon^-2Ionday, 13th, 5.50,n.iu. ;; ' I;' Xjist, Quarter—Monday, 20tli,'1.0 a.n). Njcw Moon—Sunday, 2Sth, 6,M u.tn.

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

r TELEGRAPHIC : N EWS; f [ASSOC!A TED PI!ESS TELEGRAMS.] [PI10M OCR OWN-'COKItEsroNDBNT.] ■ "SYDNEY, 'Tuesday Night.. ; • 'A. strong •Uhm; ..pf . crickcter3 has been pickcd for the Intercolonial match, and the; men leave on Satiirday.. ■ • . :y .• : -The duty on manufactured tobacco 1ms' been increased to two and tlircc pence, andon leaf, one shilUng and sixpence. It is sup-, posed other alteration^ are contemplated. A deputation has been nppointcd by the. Chamber c£ Commcice to urge upon the - Go :vernmont tho-'necessity of. another cable to Europe. •v' -A largo number of cricketers siiw' tho Tas maninns; off" to-day. Their top scorer was presented with a silver cup. . v. * ; - Georgo-Rope was hanged forthoLavteon's Crcelc murdor at Mudgee to-day. Large quantities of wool are arriving at Raglan station, Bathurst. . ; : James l^lood, senr., of Navandcra, 1ms sur rendered his cstato. Liabilities over £700, assets, £500. ' • : Assistunt Poatmnster Kinsila lias, been ay rested at Q.ucc...

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

Wool. " < ■'HASTINGS"OUNINGHAM ' AND CO., : / ■\VOOIj-BROKBRS, STOCK' AND STATION AGENTS'.' . v AUSTKAJjASIAN wool stokes, Collins-street West, ! MELBOURNE.. WE'beg to notify tlio Woolgrowors of the Murruiubidgec, Lachlan, and Darling* districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms' upon the'ensuing Cup of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. ; Having made extensive additions to our already /commodious, warehouses, by whieb their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to .offer facilities for conducting thoitrade unsurpassed by any firm intfic ■ colonies; and as we strictly confine our business to' that of SELLING BKOJvEUS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in tne purchase of any produce, "'thereby affording to .our.constituents the surest guarantee that the<extremo; market value wilT'at all times be secured for their consignments.. AH \Vqo|s,:&c. Coming fo...

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

| APPltOhCJIlAu TAND SALES.''1 Adei,on«— . Wednesday Dec.- 8. * • balilanah>— ' } Friday, Dec. 10 ; Saturday, Dcc. 11-; Wednes day, Dcc» 29 Corowa— 1 r "Wednesday, December 8; Tuosday, Doc. 14; Dec 20 ' •-Deniliquin-' ' . . . Wodnosdoy, December 8 ; Tuoaday, Deo- 14 •. Wednesday, Dec 20 , Fomma— rt « Wednesday, Deo. 8; Friday, DecombcrlO j "Wednesday, Dec. 20. : hay-— • ■ Wednesday, Deeombor 8: ."Friday, vDecotuber .vilO : Tuesday, Deo. 14r Wednesday, Deo. 20. tumut— • ■■ • Wednesday, Dec. 8. . . > , ' Waciua Wa<hja— ■' • ■ ' . Monday, November 20; Saturday, December • 11; Tuesday, Dec. 14. ■■■■• Gun dag ai— Tuesday, Dec. 14. ; . .... tjhana— 1 v /, i"; \n«">' Wodnosday, Deo. 8 ; Wcducsday, Doc. 20. cootamundiiy— Saturday, Dec. is. ' YouNa— - , Tuesday, Dec. 14,"

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THE HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

THE HUSBAND. Horo, Charley ? hold fill up tins basket; j Put iu tho charopiigno and the ice; Never miud if you should overtask it— Fill if: up with this brie'.Vbrac nice. Those Dutch girls will soon make it lighter After the danco and the swings.. Throw in these cirgars. Strap it tighter, Whilo I write n lino to the Springs, ; (Writes), ' " Slowly the shadows are falling, Alike oil my desk and my life ; Tho plaint of a famished lovo, calling For you, my sweet treasure—my wife; : I sit hero so wearily thinking, And wishing my ponance wero o'er, And dreaming our lovo is a linking My lioart with your heart evermore ?"

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

ABSTJi'ACT OF SALES BY A UCTION. December 0. — A. T. Bolton— Freehold-property, < [Australian Hotel, half-past 10'o'clock. '• <, , - December 0.r-;"\ViLKiN8ON, JIann. Minohin, & Co. Horses, dray, Ceo., Australian ITotcl, 10 o'clock. Decomber.ll.—A. T.jBolton*'— Freehold, property^ . '• 'Aiistrftlian.Hotol 2 o'clock. Dccejriber 11.—A. T, Bolton—Thoroughbred horses; at tho Australian Hotel. i December 11. — Wilkinson*, JTann, Mincihn, and ' Co., the Unzaar building, at the Australlan'Hotel. 11 o'clock; !■■■•>■' .■ V" ' " December II.-tWilkinson, Hank,' Mxkoiiix, ifc Co. .• -f-Puro stock, Australian Hotel Yards, Wugya. January i.—"\V. GJ Elwxn—Draught.horses, tip dray,' &c., at Narandcra, 11 o'clock. ' •' •" ? January 7.~R. Gtbson;& Co.—i'uro Shorthorns and ljcrcfords, at Colnc, 11 o'clock.

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MARRIED FLIRTS. THE WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

MARRIED FLIRTS. THF, WfFR. As yon say, Colonol, lievc it is charming; . (titcecl Anr/eli / fjcfj for a wallz \) Your flattery's really alarming j I am suro that yon know it is false, But I'll whirl yon round for a minute, Just to prove .how'yon erred in your hasto; A waltz Is quite nico while you're in it— Don't hold Quito so tight oh my waist. (Writes). u Dear Husband: I'n^penuing this letter Iu loneliness hero' at the Springs ; Every day makes mo deeper your debtor For. the kind words' the previous mail ; brings. But oh I what a void fills my bosom— J You thero and I hero all alono ; . No friends, if I e'en wish to chooso 'cm, You chaiued to your desk like a drouo."

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

lilVRR GAUGE. . ' | Showing tlio height of tho .Murrumbidgee abovo murnncrTevol at AVagga Waggft Ft. in., :;:Pccembor7;.(falHng) . : : 5 • 0 -

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LONG-WOOLLED AND CROSS. BRED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

LONG-WOOLLED AND CROSS. BRED SHEEP. In resuming this subject, it is per haps hardly necessary to romark that ei oss-breeding requires a steady supply of pure stock of nil the broods con cerned in tho crossing-, at any rato un til a now breed has boen formed and thoroughly established. It is tho fault of all breeds originated from crosses that they exhibit a constant tendency to throw back to one type or tho other. Alack of uniformity is, in some in stances, observed for many generations. Careful culling, long continued, lius sometimes remedied this defect, but more generally success has boon gained only by 'experimenting with other indi viduals, special care being taken to select animals of nearly equal constitu tional vigour. The Oxford downs for many years gavo much trouble in that way ; they showed so groat a want of uniformity that somo of. the early ad mirers of the breed despaired of get ting it fully established. Culling Jias at length given tho breed a firm stand ing, but th...

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SHARPS AND PLATS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 8 December 1875

SHARPS AND PLATS. Somo people assort that fools are sent that rogues may live, and wben wo boo with what faoility money is transferred from the pooket ol the one to the safe-keeping of the otber, by moans of dodges tbat have been ox posed over and over again any time during the last half contury, they ap. pear almost justified in arriving at that conclusion. Of courso, such an asser tion is open to dispute, but, whatever tho mission of fools may be, whether tlioy aro sent for rogues to exorcise their wits upon, or whether, as others ; say, tlioro would bo no rogues at all if there woro no fools, I shall not now discuss, but simply confine myself to tho fact that they aro to bo found in our midst, a truth any reader of tho daily journals must bo fully awaro .of. Tho races are what the late Lord Pal merston called our Isthmian gamps, and they are looked forwardito by many as a timo of rolaxatiouj'or ploasuro, or gain, or all combined. Then it is that most of tho games I shall alludo t...

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