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

IMPOUNDING^. Tex-milb Cheek.—On 5th May, from Kyamhn, by Mr. Alick Smith; sum due at date of notico set after each animal:—Black horse, star, no visible brand, broken-ln, joints o/f tail, 4 years, 15} linndfi; 10s. 2d. Bay filly, star, streak, and snip, Hko ^ very faint over like 0 or t) near shoulder, broken down nenr fore leg. unbroken, draught breed, long tall, 3 years, 15} hands ; lis. 2d. Bay horse, JD over like No. "* near shoulder, n Itttlo white both hind feet, brokeii-in, pulled tail, aged, 163 hands; lis. 2d. Bay horse, star, like JI11 near shoulder, shod on near fore foot, saddle-marked. a little white near hind foot, long tail, aged, 36} hands; lis. 2d. Flea-bitten * grey horse, Hko IK* over No. 5 or CC over 5 near shoulder, saddle-marked, pulled tail, aged, 16? hands; lis. 2d. Dark iron-grey horse, cob tail, like GO or CC near shoulder, broken-ln, a little white ofr hind foot, aged, 15} hands ; 11a. 2d. To be sold June 3. 1 South Gundaoai. — On 3rd May, from "Willie wPl...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

KIVEIt GAUGE.; : Showing tho height of the Murfuml>ii1gec abovo sumnior lovol at "NVagga Wagga >7. Tn. Mny 29 (fftUing) .. .. (J 0

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ONLY A WOMAM. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

ONLY A WO MAM. Uir Hestep. Benedict. Only a woman, shrivelled and old ? Tho prey of the winds and tlio prey of the cold ! . Cheeks that arc shrunken, .Eyes that are sunken, Lips that were never o'er bold ; Only a woman, forsaken and poor, Asking an alms at the bronze church door. Hark to tho organ ! roll upou roll The waves of its music go over her soul! Silks rustle past her, Thicker and faster ; . Tho great bell ceases its toll. Fain would she enter, but not for tho poor, Swingeth wide open the bronze eliurch door, Only a woman—waiting alone, Icily cold on an ice*cold throne. •.. iWbat do they care for her ? - Mumbling a prayer for her, Giving not bread, but a stone. Under old laces their haughty hearts beat, Mocking the woes of their kin in tho street. Only a woman ! In the old days Hopo carrolcd to her her happiest lays ! Somebody missed her, Somebody kissed her, . Somebody crowned her with praise j Somebody faced up the battles of life, ; Strong for her sake who was mother or w...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UGTION. Juno 2.—a. T. Bolton—Freehold property. Austra lian Hotel, 2 o'clock. June 12.—James Foxisyth and Co.—Land, Caledo nlan Hotel, Hay, 2 o'clock.

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

WANTED. WANTED, by a Steady, Aotivo, Middlo ngedMan, a situation on n STATION ns Tutor, Storekeeper, Accountant, or Over seer ; ia a good Surveyor, and oE active business habits. Good References given. Address H.M., -care of W, J. SHELLY, Adolong. . Adelong, April 22, 1875. ru.t WANTED.—A GENERAL BLACK SMITH and a WHEELWRIGHT. Apply to ' A. M'MULLAN, ?4. to' North Wagga Wagga. WANTED good BRICKLAYERS on I! ail way Works, between Yass and Wugga Wagga. Apply at main camp Bown ing, or to Joseph Barber, foreman on tlio works. A. R, AMOS & Co. WANTED, a BUSH CARPENTER, lo Roof mid Sbinglo a Wool-slicd. Apply lo E, INGRAM, Book Book. CARPENTERS WANTED, to put up WEATHERBOARD HUTS, by Con tract, at Oogoldrie, 25 miles below Marau der;1.. For particulars apply personally, or by letter, to IIEJiDEN & SONS, Oogoldrie. 1 too.tt -W:_A.a-GkA. W-A.O-C3--A.. . 0 F. ROPER , ' i' • BEGS to announce .tbntsho is now propared to show one of the LargoBtand ' * Bost Assorted Stocks of ■ -...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

'MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the jNTin^jciptil Council wis held on Thursday. Present:— Tho Mayor, Aldermen Forsyth, AVall, Hardy, and Bcrgin. Apologies were rend from Alder nion Muml'ord and Cummins. 4iJ..Tho Council Olcrlc.having read the minuter, whieli were eonfirmed, read ebpic~3 oF Ute out going correspondence directed at the last meeting, and. reported that no petitions or letters -had been received. Ho then read a letter from tho Hon. W. Forster addressed to him privately, with refereiico to that gentle man's misapprehension in the matter of the River Encroachment petition, and in which Mr. Forstcr repeated his promise to give the subject of tho petition the fullest attention. Tlie Works Committeo, through Alderman Hardy as Chairman, reported on certain works referred to them by tho Council at last anceting, recommending the formation of por tion of Tareutta and .Tohnstone-streetp, and the construct ion of footways ; and the forma tion of portions of-Best and F...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

STOCK AND STATION lttiPOKTb Advkktiseii Offick, Friday Kveuing. The weather dnriug the past week has con tinued to be dry and cold, with two or three nights of rather heavy frost. To day the temperature for a tiiuc changed to some thing inoro of warmth, and indications were seen which iwotmscd for rain. Towards night again however it became colder, and thero is a probability that the rain will hold off for a little longer. Our last report from Dubbo tell us of the fall of a considerable quantity of rain, but frosts arc reported as having set in with much severity, and Rome exceedingly cold days had been experienced. On the Macquftrio, matters avo altogether looking first-rate. Grass is pretty plentiful; and owing to the late rains, jit will bo pos sible now to utilise the back country. It would, however, have been better if the cold of winter had not set in so rapidly after the rain. On the Castlcrcagh things arc looking well. The winter lambing on some of the stations has concluded...

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

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current ratcfl. Drafts issued on all tlio Branches and Agencies in Now South "Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 28tli September, 1868. THE COM MEKCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. AVAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, , Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, CaslvCredita Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi- ; ness Transacted. I i Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen« ciesi throughout • »' ' NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA,- .i • , V QUEENSLAND, . • ; ' I SO rjl'H AUSTRALIA. J TASMANIA, : I Also upon all the Principal Towns 111 the i • - United Kingdom. . I fSed. w. gowlland, , I ; ' - Manager. INSURANCE. THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE - ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCIC MAIiKET. Mity 2G. . Pafe.Uattlo<—This market was: supplied with 903 head. 'L'lioro was tho usual, attend • ance of the trade and country buyers, and the demand was brisk throughout, tbo prices roalised. showing a slight advance ou last week's rates. Prirao pens of bullocks sold at from £13 to £1G, according to weight; - good ditto, from £11' to £12; second ditto, irom £9 to£10 j inferior, from £8. Messrs. W. and J. Raleigh have sold 21 bullocks, for Messrs, C. and J. Degraves, Airly Estate, Gipps Land, averaging £11 10s. Messrs. Dal. Campbell, Hepburu and Co. sold20 bul locks for Mr. John M'Lachlnu, Orossdalc, Sale, to £13 17s Gd. Messrs. Richard Gib son and Co. sold 107 bullocks for Mr. ,W. Peiirson, of Kilmany-park, from the Vellore Estate; at from £10 7s Gd to £12 17s Gd, averaging £11 9s Gd ; 100 bullocks, of the favourite FF brand for Messrs. Robertson. . Bros., Colac, at from £10 7s Gd to £14 7s Gd, the top pen being knocked down to Mr. J. Brun...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

v MESSRS. "WILKINSON", II ANN. MINC1IIN, AND I CO/S REPORT. | i Fat Stock.— Market very dull. No trans actions to report. Storo Cattle.—"We still oxperienco nmcli difficulty in disposing of this class of stock, Our only sale this week lias been 20 head of cows for Air. J. Dawson, of Oura, and wo have forwarded 700 bullocks to the care of our Victorian agouts. Store Sheej).—The demand still continues good, , especially for fattening wethers and mixed ucaucrs. 'In consequence of lambing, ewes aro difficult to dispose of. Wo have sold 1000 owes for Mr. Galvin, of Glcuburn, to Mr. M. H. Simpson, of Mimosa, and have . this week delivered on account of Mr. Wm. Ilalliday, of Brookong, 10,000 mixed wcaners sold by us to Mr. A. G. Jones, .and (also 7,000 wethors to Messrs. Evans and Welsh, of Roto Station.

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

The .Question of the Day. ' where do you buy your drapery? \ N." • •' ■ ; > j £ •. / ' V'.'j i Why, at €. Cortliorn's Jflew . Drapery Shop I ' 1 . s NEXT TO o: Iimn'S, { \[ 7 XVV ' r - If? - - - ' %?r TIM'M tY/ (K'uc, it? 'ft r 5 ms .i _ re v^i | a p \ K: ■&$£{& iHlievLargest: and-;Oheapest .Stock- of---Drapery- and- Bo ots ever ■rr'l0!' shown in the town, ^ - 1 1'' If you'waat to-meet your friends, you will "be sure to see them at l • ,.0. Corthora's Drapery aid/Boot Shop. ! , "'i'-t""/Men's Clothing at Wonderfully Low Prices. ("Utuml 'l n \V , :■ "rnTTTii'.t ,.-scVo;'^a ^: ".r^s-^sr:iBoo'jisl'' /-'v" J^ocSs^ •;!o',The sprices; •• of rthese >goods are ••astonfshiifg'every one, *s.« ' "H «.f > • iii J.W-:ft V-j AiiViEjC v feCfeii.w: Ja ^.-.»y. :r !:<rnrr.>;': •;<.l! ,;-ii ;;'; %v; £-:J J? ^ > A V ^ ;.-i'" v -:.' « ■»,, ( fh K >S i .< •' , , .•(iasl;:-I;urchaserp,.should be sure and go- to C.-'Corthorn's i Wagga.Wagga...

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MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the members of tho above Association was licld iu tho 'Australian Hotel oil Thursday night. Prosent-—Messrs Hammond, President, (iu the chair), Mate, Bardwell, Gibba, Baylis, R. MMntyre, Forsyth, Gowllaml, M. Devlin, A. Davidson, Chisholm, Lavouder, Maokinnon, Graham, M. Sawyer, Hawkins, Ingram, and Loitch, The President informed tho meeting that ib had been called to amend tho rules of tho Association. Mr. Leitch thought it would ho wasting time to go through all tho rules in order to pull them to pieces. It would bo best to ask if thero was any special amendment to alter auy particular rulo, as by following such a course tho business before tho meeting would bo facilitated considerably. Ho understood the meeting had been culled for that pur poso. . ' The Chairman said tho meeting was called partly to settle tho question as to what con stituted a claim to life membership. Mr. Baylis said he had suggested tho idea of caliiug the meetin...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. rJho 1000 bullocks purchased lately by Mr. Thompson, 'Killnmbeto, Yietorin, through Mr. Gcorgo Muir passed "YVaggn, ycatorday south' wards for tlio owners''station* Our Grenfcll correspondent, under dutc 2-ith May, writes—On tlio 20th instant 8,000 sheen belonging to Messrs. Bovan Brothers, of the Fish River, passed Grenfcll en routo to Wallandro, owners in charge. Mr. G. Mair (!£., 13. nnd Co.) has Bold in conjunction with Mr. A. T. .Bolton (Dal. Campbell mul Co.) 2000 pvimo bullocks for Messrs. James Devlin and Sons., Gaumain,,to Mr. II. Graham Eddington, agent for tho Hon Kiol Bluet. Our Hillaton correspondent writes, date 22nd May :—2200 owes, JY L. Parker's, Mr. Whyman in charge, passed Ilillston on the 15th from the Mcrrowie back run cn route for Block D, Balranald. 5500 fat cwc3 front Robertson's, Brewar rina, Barwou, pussed Ilillston on the 15th for Melbourne. Mr. S. F. Berkley, in eliarge. A private Loudon telegram received in Sydney on Wednesday states that ...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

SYDNEY. (FK051 OUR OWN COJtKliSrOXDHNT.) In tbo Legislative) Council ou the 19th inst, in answer to questions Air. Dockor notiticd that tbo total amount standing to tho credit of tho various Government accounts with the Bank of New Soutli Wales, 111 Sydney, was £1,26S,382 3s. 4d., with tho samo bank in London £389, 750 3s. Gd, exclusive of £100,000 tranferred from tlio head offioo on tho 21at December, 1874, and not brought to accountiu London. The Innkeepers' Lia bility Bill waa read a second tiino ; this Bill being introduced to modify the liability of innkeepers in regard to tho property of guests or lodgers. The bill was unopposed and sub sequently considered in Committee, and re ported with certain amendments. Tho secuud reading of tho Matrimonial Causes 1 Act Amendment Bill Riving wives relief by divorce for adultery of husbands was moved by Mr. Holt and supported by Messrs. Owen and Parley, and opposed by Messrs. Dookur and C. Campbell, the latter inoviuc in con elusion that ...

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HILLSTON, (LACHLAN RIVER). [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

HILLSTON, (Laciilan KlVEIt). [from our own couuksfokdekt]. A petition is being proposed for presenta tion to the Postmaster-General praying that . a public mail bo established betwixt Iiillston ami Bourkc by way of Uoto, Priory, Cobar, &o. The mail at present being conveyed by private subscription, costing an annual out lay of .CISO. The route proposed is over Ljood country, no crocks or swamps (except ing tbo Willandroo), throwing any obstaclo in tho way of tho success of the projcct. There will also be a material saving in tho mileage of at least 75 miles between Hay anil BourUo and a coach would be euro of patronage, as it would touch at tho Mount Hope Copper Mines, which have been proven of immense richness. Tho distances as follows will explain :—Hillston to ltoto, 25 miles ; Hoto to Mem Mcrrowa, 40 miles ; Merri Mcrrowa to Gilgrinnia, 35 miles; Gilgrinnia to Priory, 32 miles ; Priory to Cobar, 40 miles; Cobar to Bourkc, 120 wiles;—total, 292 miles. A government mail at...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOOIA TED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON, May 20. . Mr. John Anthony Frotulo returns in nn ofllcinl capacity to South Africa. Tho Derby was wonjby C4aIopin, Clarcmont eeeoud, and tho Rcpentanco coll'third. . (from our own correspondents.) SYDNEY, Friday Night. ThatcholJ, chargcd with the murder of a woman on tho South Sous, hua been dis charged. Mr. Mooqunrio, a shipbuilder, mid two others luivo been committed to take their trial for assaulting a bailiff of the J3ank of Ke\v South Willed, and setting him adrift; in n steam Yacht. Fresh tenders lihvo been invited hero and in- London for a permanent Pacific Mail Scr XL is reported llio Government intend, when the. Estimates arc passed, carrying out Mr. Parkes's resolution relative to the building of schools entirely from public funds. Lenvo has.been given to introduce u bill to remove tho disabilities of Dr. Ueer, conse quent oil his wrongful conviction. • Tho House ia discussing u bill to legalise 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. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

THE Miujii ir i» cr " Tlila Is true liberty, when frccbom men, Having to mlviso tho public, may speak free." Milton. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1875. A. kotaiim example of the per functory mauner in which tlioso en trusted ivitli tlio government of a public institution, will sometimes fulfil the duties of . their position, cropped up in the proceedings of the Municipal Council on Thursday. A sum of money remains to be expended out of tlie government donation to tlio Free Library, and it was decided at a former mooting of tho Council to spend this money upon a further supply of books., It will bo recol lected that one of the conditions upon which the grants aro made to tho municipalities l'or tho establishment of these libraries, is that tho selection of books shall bo approved of by the Miuister for Justieo 'and Public In struction. The 3?rco Library Com mittee of tho Municipal Council obtained aii approved list of works for the purpose of making their sclec tion. The list was used for the a...

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

Holloway's Ointment and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles—Unvarying success attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot aud box. They arc invaluable to the youug and timid, whose bashfulnens sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expenso will cnablo the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing secrct infirmities to anyone. Positive-Virtues.-—The most of the so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Biustol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate tho presence of disease or impuro blood or humours in the human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it always eftecta completb and lasting cures.-—Advt. Notices. PARISIAN COLLEGE FOE YOUNG LADIES, OitLANUO ffOCTSK, POWI.KTT SrH...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. A>* adjourned [Court of Petty Sessions hold on Wednesday, llio Police Magistrate and George Mair, Esq., J.l\, presiding, for the bearing of appeals against the assessment o£ the Borough valuer*?. The Mayor was in ntiendaneo on behalf of the Council, with Mr. II. I). Fitzhardinge as solicitor. The follow ing appeals were heard -—Cbas. Scriveu for the Bank of New South "Wales, in Gurwood street, rated at ;Cl-0 per annum, appealed against as being oxccs^ive. Valuation eon firmed. Chnrles Seriven, Bank of New South Wales, new Building, rated at ;C(500 per year Coulinued. Katcd at £0,000 capilnl value, reduced lo £5,200. Frederick Crowllund, Commercial Bank, rated at £190, annual value, mluccd (o £175. Samuel Ilawkitis, premises jn Curwood-street, rated at £100 per annum, annual value. Confirmed. W. A. Jacob, Soap Works, Symonds-sh-eet, rated at .C85 per anuum. Confirmed. Charles Wtdl, Kiverine Store, rated at £200 per annum. Confirmed. . Charles Wall, Sugar Works, Basi...

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HYPOCRITES. (Liverpool Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 29 May 1875

HYPOCRITES. . (Liverpool.Journal^), John -Bull is. understood to stand 1 very little -.poking!'' His' dignity, is soon touched, aud when once really toucliod his proverbially strong right arm deals a 'Straight blow .at! tho. wonkoet point of his assailant. But he is not at all tho straightforward crea ture thut tnembers of bis family are wont to bolievo aud boast him to bo. He lias hie sharo of faults, as most :other highly positioned people have,, l'or instance, there is ofton much of tho hypocrite to bo found in tho pcoplo whom lie lias been ideally set up to represent. Indeed there is evon a plurality of hypocrites ill their coin position—somo kinds amounting to virtue as com pa rod with the vicious character of othors. No one is more offensive—to thoso who cau toll ono— than the right down hypocrito. To him tho most used and tho most signi ficant word in liis vocabulary is "Yes," and tho fucial expression mostly drawn upon, is, an assentiug smile accom.. panied by a would-be agr...

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