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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

I . APPROACHING LAND SALES. Crown lands have bcsu advertised in .the Government Gazette, for sale at tLo under*, mentioned placcs and dates .. . Albuhy—•Friday, June 11; "Wednesday, Juno 23. Baliiakalu— Monday, June 21. . . ' Cohov.*a—Friday, May 23; Monday, Juno 211' Deniliquin—Saturday, May 22; Friday, May. 28; I Monday, June7 ; Monday, June21.-• ..J Foiiijes-Monday, June 7. Hay—Friday, Juno 4. JEniLDEnn:—Saturday, May 22 Urana- Tuesday, May 25; Wednesday, May 23 : Friday, May 23; Friday, June, 11; Saturday, June 12; "Wednesday, Juno 23. ^Waooa "NVaoga—FrUlny, June 4; Monday, ■ June Young—Monday, June 7.

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STORY OF THE FRENCH BOY RESCUED FROM THE BLACKS. (Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

STORY OF. I(THE) i MlEfrGHiISOY RESCUED FROM THE BLACKS. (Evcnhiq N'cws.J v v Narciso Pierre B/illa t ier- is the soil' 'df khopm'atcGi' of Bdrdiiilnx, Viiiil1 was omplpyeiui iiv-l'858'as'i a'> cab id I ;ibbjy on board the ship St. Paul, bound from Cbina to Australia, witd 350 Chinese .014,bpa/'d. , '4'lie, ship, .stijqekl on a ,reef. iij t-ljo Loiiisida .Groyp^and ! bocnino a total <vre'ekV 'lAli liaiuTs'got ashoi'o on an uninhabited island, but fears being felt by the European portion of the. (c'rW-.that the Obin'eso would eat theni,' tho latter loft for a neighbouring island. Tlioy woro there attacked by blacks, and tho second officer, a sailor and, an •qppreptico were killed. The remainder, qf 'tlio party'sailed back in a-boat :woicli :had been saved from fclio ship to the island where tho Chinoso bad been loft. Tho Europeans did -not—remain there long. They com prised the captain, seven suilors, and cabin-boy, add they sailed away again from the island, a,t,uig,Ji...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOC'IA T'i'.U PRESS TELEGRAMS.} LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON, May 20. The Colliers' strike in youth Wales has virtually formulated. The Hupublic.ms in Franco approve of the constitutional bills introduced into the Assembly. King Alfonso lias authorised liberty of the prcsa in reference to the meet ings held preparatory io the elections l'or the Cortes. LONDON, -May 22. The corn market is declining in the prospect of an abundant harvest. Abuudant and warm rains have fallen. Copper of all kinds is quiet, at late quotations. Tin is linn at hardening prices. Straits, £S3 to £S-i; Australian, £82. Arrived.—Carr.nquhcen, Chili, and .Teas'se 'JicadiMnn, iVora Adelaide ; Lu j'ifrom II0I3art Town : Agnes Eosc, from Syilnsy; British Nation. Sailed.—Somersetshire, s.s. for Mel bounie. LONDON, May 24. The I.iege tribunal has dismissed tho cl'.argo against Buchesnes. The result lias created a great sensation in Borlia. Several religious disturbances have taken place in Belgium, t...

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SCIENTIFIC CADGERS. (Liberal Review). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

I iii SCIENTIFIC 'OAD.GKEBS.' i ( Liberal lie view). Experience is tlio best educator ex tant, and people ought not, therefore, to complain if they havo to pay pretty [heavily for^ifc/ Sjill/tliey dojcompJain,i lalid those who' liavd lken brought in' close contact with a member of that large class of persons' whom wo have j^nty.red to term, scioytifie^adgprs ;?re in the Jiabit of doing' so with, what an, 'aiiitiited '''b^ing'1 Vriny1'rcoiisiclAr! un!-' reffsottiibtd i bittc5rhead''• This,';tbou■ slightly melancholy, cannot,'•fairly.;boi said to be surprising, for when people are mado to feel in the region of their pockets, they find it difficult to bo made philosophocal and aro indisposed to make the attempt to look at matters , iujajj'^asopable KghfT f JJnfortunately tho pocket happens to be the precise quarter to which a genuine scientific cadgqr directs bis jattentioijjjhe boipg/ perfectly aware that if lie'can gef pos-' session of that which is therein con tained ho may defy the...

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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, MAY 26, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

THE " Till* Is truo liberty, when frccborn men, Uftving to (ulvlao the public, may speak free." Mimon. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2G, 1875. Op course wo would be excessively sorry to say that the deeds of Mr. William Porstek v.-ere actuated by any but tlio purest of motives, for, by so doiug, wo might possibly hurt tlio tender feelings of the hou. member himself and those of such as look upon him an immaculate, simply because lie has condcsceuded to pat them upon the back, aBsuring'*thein, at the sa're time, that they are not as other men are, being diamonds of the first water. Still we, at the risk of giving offeuco to and agitating the sycophantic followers of the Hon. the Colonial Treasurer of Now South "Wales at the present moment, make bold to say that he, if not capable, of acting im-. properly—to uso a mild term—is at any rate capablo of making mis takes. As a proof of this we would, with all duo deference to the lion.' gentleman himself and his disciples, refer to the matter of tlio rem...

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ACQUAINTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

i .v r. ^ACQUAINTANCES. Ladies, lot the natnos on your acquaint ance list bo many. Friends are too ! familiar.... 'l^p thejji(iypu( con^^Tpor troubles',vaii(l' sd'rflalc6-tii'otri''gi'ow. Ton toll tbom your private affairs, which, torii'to :ono, :■ they > tel I'' again,1> being11 'so' sorry Tdr yoii.' '"Ypu ask advice atidgot, . if,' and 'suifer ' in ''conseqnepjsp),''')3j)ipty,i :ao ncqnaintanco is quite a difFereut thing. Acquaintances stay in your parlor, and never dream of entering your private room. You go to them vyitli your dress and hair all right, and .tjillc. weather , and. .gessip.-with...great "satisfaction to both; It is well to talk of the weather and the fashions, and t|io last new novel, and all that—now ami then. You forget your personal '.grievances—of which everyone has jilenty-T-for a. jyhijp.;,,Mrs A. has boon "sitting"up (fer Alfred till 0110 o'clock the night .before," it is botter that her acquaintance, Mrs. B., should call ; than1 her ; friend-:Funny. ...

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INNKEEPERS' LIABILITIES. (S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

INNKEEPERS' LIABILITIES. fS. M. Herald.) A consideration of tho groat re sponsibility of innkcopors with regard to the safety'of' tlio 'g'oods ' braugh't'to thoir houses'by'guests ;ol,;lb'df*6rs led tlio Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1803 to change in some degreo tlio mode in which tho liability should bo incurred, i,'I'hp;!aw/ that fcbo, jnlfeepor should bo responsible for tho safety of the property of his guests, or answer able for its loss, is very old. It was adopted by Grout Britain from tho Ro'mAnl Iftivy'"iAfWits principal is 'rifeft1 retainod, though tho stato of society at present is;,ye,ry different .from that under which such an obligation was imposed upon tho Bonifaces of tho past, 'l'hus, if the guest bo robbod of his goods at the inn, tho innkeeper, is liable, uiiloss the robbery was caused by tho guost's servant, or companion, br by his own gross negligence. It is evident thon that the innkeoper may b.rf.callotl upon; tb''triaike .goodfttie'JloeaV bf goods to an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

i ; Positive Virtues.—Tho most of tho so icalled great remedies possess only, that sort of negatfvb or paksj.ve yirttfii, wjriolj, while ij; may'taJt'ttft'e'ri cure'diseaso^ will'seldom endanger life. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally, safe,.but i$ is possessed of that,posi tive^ or^H^gressivc' virtue ' which" 'will no.t' tolerate the prcsonce: 'of disease -6tf 'iw/putb blood or humours in the liumau systems \|here it is used, and thus it is that it always ejlects complete and lasting cures.—Advt. I Hollo\vaa''s Pills. — Swimming of tho head, nausea, cliEtaste.for £opd, .and-,a feeling of lassitude p.i\d exhaustion, }djre| infallible indication^ of a torpid stomacli and geuerat sluggishness of tho secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore* liedesfcHry t6 send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every.un^leas^ifc.aymptom, and' imbue both tho body andMlhovinind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will ...

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THE LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE. (The Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

frilli LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE. (The Argue.) I'lio present" Republicnin; Legislature oi Louisiana, by lho'"way,ls ono of the most striking illustrations of tbo kind of government which tlio■"fodo6struc-/' lion "laws have given to tbo South, and as this kind of government appears bappily to bo passing away, it will per haps ho interesting' to your readers to have n brief description o| a sessioii of this body. Thisl ain enabled to give you from a letter in the New York Times* by one of a corps of very clever correspondents whom that paper'' sent into the Southern States during tbo past year, ^eii? letters^ written jvitVi, great candour anfl'care,'have'doM a groat deal toward opening the eyes of Republicans in the North to the conso queuces of tbo policy of tbo party in the South. The Lower House of the Louisiana; legislature consists'of' eomej thing over oue hundrod members, Of this number one-half can neither'read nor write. Nearly all of those illiter ate members are negroe s who a f...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. The 10,000 mixed wcancrs bought by Mr. A. G. Jones from Mr. Halliday, of J3roo« kong, have been delivered, and arc travelling via \Vagga in charge of Mr. Frank. Smith to their destination, on the Bogan. The 7000 young ewes and wethers pur chased by Mr. A. Cf. Jones from Mr. J. F. Jenkins will be djlKerod to-morrow morning, and will start fcr the 33ogan. Messrs. O., M., and T., ngenU. One thousand head of cattle, purchased by Mr. Thompson, or lullcmbete, from Mr. Robinson' of Kimo, and Mr. Smith, of Dir barlara, were at Kvaiuba Creek last night, in charge of Mr. Geo. Mir'r. junr. G. Mail* (E., ID., and Co.), agent. Messrs. Robinson and 13esnard (Young) report having ^old fur Mr. Job Fowler, Coole gong, to Messrs. M Kenzie 13ros., of Young, 1200 wethers j and f "»r Mr. J. A. M'Kinnon, Mimimcgong, to Mr. Ilargraves, 200 ewes in IflMlU Tho 7000 wethers purchased by Messrs. Evaus and Walsh from Mr. Halliday, of Urookong, were delivered oiv Monday, and have started in charg...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

At a meeting hold last week at Tunmt to consider the New Land Bill, the two follow ing resolutions were passed, and arc to he embodied in a petition to be sent to the Assembly through the local member 1. That the members of the present Parlia* . merit having obtained their seats on nn electioneering cry in which the laud question, was totally ignored, and on -which the re spective candidates for election neither ex pressed nuy decided opinion, nor gave any pledge, it is highly impolitic that a measure of such vital importance should be allowed: to bccome law without first ascertaining tho opinio-ni of the different ocnstituences re garding it—information which few of the members were in a position to give, 2. That parents should be allowed, in addition to their own selections, to conditionally purchase any 320 acres for each child j and that to such conditional purchases the resi dence clause should not apply. The following land selections were taken np last Thursday at the offices ...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 May 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. | [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] This has been a very dull week as regards business and also in traffic. The Murrum burrah and Gundagai roads branch or fork off at Bowning, and the distance to Wagga Wagga and Albury being a trifle shorter by the Gundagai route most of the teamsters choose that road. When the whistle of the engine and the rattle of the train is heard in Murrumburrah the through traffic necessarily must pass this way. At the Bethungra Hotel and Stores   Mr. Treweek still holds undisputed sway, but the increase of population consequent on the contiguity of the railway works has induced Mr. A. Solomon, from Wombat to try issue in storekeeping. The township is rather prettily situated in a valley amongst the hills, and approaching it from Wagga side they present a bold front; it is, how ever, on the Cungegong side, about one mile from Stoney Creek, the grandest view of moun- tain scenery is seen towering one above the other; they remind...

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QUEEN'S ENGLISH AND THE N.S.W. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. (Stockwhip.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

quebn's English: and the n.s.w. legislative assembly. (Stockwhip.) \Yo intend to bring in "a bill to prevent the indiscriminate slaughtorof ibe Queen's English." Tbe following is a copy of tbia much-needed measure: —WllEKEAS.our good old mother tongue is rapidly becoming obsolete, and the simple Saxon of our ancostors going to tbe deuce with a speed which wo 6buddor to contemplate; and ielwreds there are certain Honorable Members of the Legislative Assembly of Now South Y^alos, who ignore all rules of Syntax, impudently glory in their ignorance of Grammar, and are in tlie habit of cruelly slaughtering hecatombs of the Parts of Speech; and Whercas M is expedient' to restrain the said Honorablo Members from the use of certain slang terms and phrases which tond to corrupt llio " well of English uudefiled," and to bring the Parliament of tho country into-con tempt ; Bo it therofore onacted, by and with the consent of Lindley Murray, William Cobbett, and William Wilkins. and the authorit...

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SELF- CREMATION BY A YOUNG LADY. (New York Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

SELF - CREMATION BY ' YOUNG LADY. (New York Times,) Crissy Hackor, an iutelligont and boautiful young lady residing at Whito'a Valley nonr HoneBdalo, Penn sylvnnin, deliberately burned herself to death yesterday, while under the influence of extraordinary roligions fanaticism. She was the daughter of Wm. Hackor, a. wealthy and prom inent farmer of; tho country, i Eor sftino five or six years past alio lias at times beon subject to temporary in-, sanity, during which lapses she im. agined that sbu had committed sins against " hor Immauuel," which could only bo absolved by tho making of burnt offering'. While labouring under this mental hallucination, sho would orecfc altars in the fiolds of her father's farm, and Eacrifico latnbs to appease tho wrath of ber offended deity, and also burn clothing and articles of differont kiuds. Hor father (awidowor) fearing sho might during ono of tb0E0 ■intervals do herself bodily harm, kept a strict watch of her movomonts. Mr. Huclcer had occasion ...

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DEFINITION OF ADULTERATION. (British Medical Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

DEFINITION OF ADULTERATION,' ( British Medical Journal. J The Society of Public Analysis at a recBnt m'eetirig adopted the' following as thoir definition of an adulterated article. Au article shall be deemed to be adulterated :—A. Iu the case of food/or drink : ;1.' If it .contain; any in "gredient whiqh may render sucb article injurious to the health of a consumer. 2. If it contain, any substance .that, sensibly increases it weight, bulk, or' strength, or gives it a fictitious valne, unless the amount of such substance present be due to oircumstaricos ne cessarily appertaining to its collection: or manufacture, or bo necessary for its preservation, or unless the presence' tboreof be acknowledged at the time of sale. 3. If any important consti tuents have been' wholly or in part .abstracted jor omitted, unless acknow ledgment of such abstraction or omis sion ho made at the time of sale. 4. If it bo an imitation of, or be sold under the name of another articlo. B. In the base of drug...

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A REMARKABLE WATERSPOUT. (Town and Country.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

A REMARKABLE WATERSPOUT. (Town and C'ountnj.J Tlio following lottor from Jlr. John Nicbolls, of Ihvorell, appeared: in the above journal :—"I take the liberty of sending you mi account of a great waterspout, with which I had a Bomo what close acquaintance, on Wednes day, May the (ith. Mr. Cr. M'Loan and Mr. Lockeray were also oye-witnosses of this truly grand sight; but as I was much the nearer of the three to tho phenomenon, it was decided that I should describe it to you. The woather had been threatening for rain for two or three days previous; and on tho .day in question wo: had an occasional shower. At about 4 o'clock p.m., while a very heavy thunderstorm was passiug along tho edge of Brodio's Plains, I heard a loud terrible roaring sonnd ; I was soino quarter of. a milo distant from homo. I rnn towards Mr. M'Lean's house for shelter, think, ingit was a very hoavy storm following in the wake of the then present storm of rain that jjwas passing along tho plain, but on looking rou...

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BAD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

BAD LUCK. Matrimonial advertisements bave | boon, getting quite common lately, and scarcely a week paBses over with out several appearing in the Melbourne dailies. . A Melbourne correspondent ! writes tho following nbont a case arising from such nn advertisement :— I ..." A gentleman of this city, not entirely unknown in the 'soft goods' line, a ' widower with something of a family, a'ndj 'as' rumour says, a goodly bank account, advertised for a wifo over a fictitous signaturo. Several anBwors wore received, among which was ono that particularly pleased him. Tho cbirograpby was dolicato and gracoful; the language chaste, and the signaturo like his own, evidently fictitious. Aftor a brief and mutually agreeable corres. ■ pondence, a time and plaoo were agreed upon for a meeting. At tbo-appoiutod hour the geutleman wns waiting in a private parlour at a certain fashionable hotel, and shortly aftorwords a lady , euterod thickly veiled. Sho catno in trombliugly, and did not venture to lo...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

MELBOUKNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cunningham and Co. report:—Wool.—There have been no traus actions of importance since our last, but a fair demand continues, and quotations are nominally the same as lately reported. We have advices of a few consignments in transit, and shall hold a sale at an early date Sheepskins. — We have disposed of the usual supply, at prices about the same as those of last week. Butchers green skins are worth 3s to /5a each, and extra largo to Gs j dry skins, for which the competition was rather weak, 'is Gd to 4s each, and station skins, 'id to 7.id per lb. Hides.—This market in un altered, a large number having been sold to the local trade ut very satisfactory prices. Our sales were—For butchers' ox-hides, 2Gs to 35s each ; cow hides, 17s to 2(Js ; salted, 4s(d to 5§d per lb ; aud calfskins, Gd to 7id per lb. XCangaroo Skins.—Prime lots only are in request, for which 13d per Ibi is obtainable j inferior lots arc unsaleable. Tallow. — All descriptions ...

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SERVANT GIRLS. (Anglo-Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

SERVANT GIRLS. ( Anylo-Australian.) What is popularly known as " sor vautgalisin" is no loss a difficulty with us than with you. On your side girls prefer the sowing machine or any other work that leavos thorn free to enjoy their evenings to " dancing' attendance" on the domestic hearth, and here the case is pretty much the same. Asa contemporary pithily puts it, girls won't go in for being servants now-a-days ; they want to bo tolegraph clerics and suoh like, or they invest in a sewing-machine. Or if they are sorvants, they are moved in more than one sense by a vague feeling of . dis contont, which finds vent in a vague j desire to "better themselveB." This is a transitory phase of society conse quent on a little knowledge; when | knowledge has become more tho roughly diffused, things will right thomselvos and find their level. But | this will take place, and moanwhile what is to be done ? In India there are thousands and thousands of excel lent trained sorvants — servants; by prof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

Special Advertisements. Wool. H A.STI NGS ."~CU NIN GUAM AND CO., WOOL-BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murruiubidgee, Lnchlan, aud Darling districts, that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the moat favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip of Wool, and also upon approved station securities.', Having made extensive additions to < already cominodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to oiFer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; aud as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BKOKEUS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we liavo interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of • any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, ditfiug the ensuing Wool Season, will be...

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