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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

GOULBURN. Messrs. F. S. Cohen and Co.'s report (May 29):—Fat Cattle.—The supply forward was about equal to trade requirements. I'rime beef is now worth 21s to 23s per lOOlbs. Wo quote—Best bullocks, £8 to.C'9 ; medium ' to good, £7 to £7 10s ; cows, £5 1 Os to £7. Store Cattle. — The demand is brisk for grown bullocks, good-couditioncd steers, and beirers. All bullocks, 105s to 110s j equal I sexes, 80s to 95s ; cows, Gas Jtp ..a0s._ Fat .vitnout change, but to realise quotations aheep must have quality. We quote—Bust . 5Glb wethers, 12s to 13s; lighter weights In proportion. Store Slieep. — We have in qniries for sound young ewes and wethers, but have no sales to report. We quote good sound G and 8 tooth wethors, 7s7dto 8s Gd j ewes, 7b Gd to 12s Gel. Horses.— Heavy draught; and stylish hacks and buggy horses are in demand.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

IMTOUNDINGS. Tkk-mile Cheek.—On 5th May, from Kyamba, by Mr. Alick Smith : sum due at date of notice set after cnch animal:—Black horse, star, no visible brand, broken-in, joints off tail, 4 years, 151 hands ; 10a. 2d. Hay filly, star, streak, and snip, like "3 very faint over liko o or y near shoulder, broken down near fore Icy. •unbroken, draught breed, long tail, 3 years, 15$ hands ; Us. 2d. liny horse, JB over like No. ** near shoulder, a little white both hind feet, broken-in, pulled tail, aged, lf>3 hands: Us. 2d. Bay horse, star, like MP near shoulder, shod on near fore foot, saddle-marked: a little white near hind foot, long tail, aged, 1ftJ hands; ]ls. 2d. Flea-bitten prey horse, like GG over No. 5 or CC over 5 near shoulder, saddle-marked, nulled tail, aged, 25:1 hands; Us. 2d. Dark iron-grey horse, cob tail, like GG or CC near shoulder, broken-in, a little white off hind foot, aged, 15J hands ; Us. 2d. To be sold June 3. South Gt'NDAOAi. — On flrd May, from Willie Plom...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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AS THE HEART HEARS. (All the Year Round.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

AS THE HEART MEAltS. (■All the Ycnr Hound.) I know that I never can hear it, never on earth any more, X know the music of my life with that silen ccdfvoice is oe'r; Yet I tell you, that never across tlie fells, j the wild west wind can moan, But my nad heart hears, close, true, and clear, the thrill of his earnest tone. I know that I never can listen, with these mortal ears of mine, To the step that meant joy and gladness, jd the days of auld lang syne; Yet I tell you the long waves never break in the hollows of the cove, Buttlicy mimic in their rise and fall tho tread 1 used to love. I know the melody that you sing, with its delicate metnoricd words, Is nothing but measured language, well set unto music's chords; Yet I tell you, as you breatheit, my dead life wakes again, I laugh to its passionate gladness, I weep to its passionate pain. I know the beck that tinkles, beside the for get-me-nots there, Is nothing but water rippling where the wil lows shimmer fair ; Yet I tell you, fo...

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ALBURY. (FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

ALBURY. (FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.}. On Monday evening, 27th inst., the Rev. Dr. Badham, Professor of Classics in the Sydney Uuiversity, lectured in the Albury Court House to a largo and rcspectablo audience, the subject being 41 Shakespeare, Poefc and Dramatist." Dr. Badbam's fame as a scholar is not confined to this colony nor to all the Australian colonics. As a Classical scholar. Dr. Badham has attained the highest place in European celebrity. But with all sueli renown, it could so bappcu that popular applause would not attend on learned periods. As a general rule, popular lecturers deal too much in what is called flatulent oratory. They are mere windbags or noisy demagogues who are strangers to learned and accomplished tastes, their solo object being to produce a small momentary effect, and that by a phrensy of declamation bereft of good sense, judgment or educuted feeling. It is no ordinary treat to hear Dr. Badham ; from lirst to last there is nothing but uiauly dignified s...

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CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

C K I 0 K E T. MAIilllED V. SINGLE. A friendly match and what turned out to be a most pleasant one in nil respects sayo tho brilliancy of the play, took place on Saturday between tho above two representatives of Wagga society. Tho day was as fine as could be desired, and the presence on the ground of not a few of tho " fair charmers" of "Wagga enhanced the scene greatly. The victory, as Mio appended scores will show, -went to tho Benedicts who won by the firat innings, but if the match had been played out, another tnlo might have had to bo recorded ill these pages. Also it must be stated to tho credit of the untrammelled manhood of Wagga that by allowing Durie to go in a second time they had scored against them 25 runs. Wo will not for the sake of all who took part in tho game, chronicle the special doings of cach, further than to state that S. .Tompson, E. Tompson, Puric, Tempest, Clayton, and Gowllnnd, played better than tho rest. Tho Married were captained by Durie, tho Single by...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

WANTED. WANTED, by a Steady, Active, Middle aged Man, a situation on a STATION as Tutor, Storekeeper, Accountant, or Over seer ; is a good Surveyor, and of active business habits. Good References given. Address H.M., care of W. J. SHELLY, Adelong. ■ Adelong, April 22, 1875. WANTED.—A GENERAL BLACK SMITH and a WHEELWRIGHT. Apply to A. M'MULLAN, '."74.to North "Wagga Wagga. TXTANTED good BRICKLAYERS on VV Railway Works, between Yass and Wagga Wagga. Apply at main camp Bowu ing, or to Joseph Barber, foreman on the works. . I A. R.AMOS & Co. | :— WANTED, a BUSII CARPENTER, to Roof and Shingle a Wool-slicd; Apply to E, INGR AM, Book Book. CARPENTERS WANTED, to put up WEATHERBOARD HUTS, by Con tract, at Gogeldrie, 25 miles below Naran dora. For particulars apply personally, or by letter, to HEBDEN & SONS, Gogeldrie. too.n TIT-ANTED, MEN, to SINK TANKS, near ' VV' Wuggn. Applv lo WILKINSON, HANN, MINCIIIN, & CO. SOCIAL NOTICES. GRAND UNITED CIRCUS C OMPANL , Directo...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

; OtfNGEGOXG, COOTAJUUXDI? A. [rnou oun owx coui!Esro;;])i!:;T."] Wohavohad fine, bright, froMv weather Ihe lost week, with every nppcnranre o? "heavy wet "011 Friday, hut it passed over with u 1 fo\r showers. Mr. James MeGavern. Into of Gunning, has succccdcd in getting a license for )iis houso to bo callcd the Royal J fotcl. "Wo have now thrco public-houses in Cungegoug, quite suffi cient for the requirement.-of the place. T)iero will not bo much doing, or much money to circulato until pay day next Saturday. Tho agent of Burton and Taylor's Circus was hero on Saturday last, and made arrange ments for the company to perforin here ono night on their way to Sydney. As the day fixed is Monday, the 7th of Juno, just follow ing pay day they will most likely do a stroke. Mr. Miller, from Cootamundra, held service at the Camp on Sunday afternoon, the Go vernment resident engineer Mr. G. F. Mann, very kindly granting the use of his quarters. This is now the third timo service has been held...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. {ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON, Mav 29. The Oaks was won by Spinaway, Lady Love being second. A newly organised Arctic Expedi tion will sail to-morrow. Captain Boy ton has again crossed and re-crossed tlie British Channel, between Dover and Calais, in liis patent clothes. Ho took twenty-four hours in performing the feat, and was only sligntly distressed. Messrs. Thackett, Sargeaunt, and Ilavelock have been appointed as members of the Legislative Council of Fiji. Mrs. Bladen Neill lias rented a mulberry plantation at Vermont for the development of Australian silk worms. Up to tlie present grain lias been doing well. The strike of the colliers in South Wales has terminated, tliey having given in to a reduction of 12| per cent, in their wages. The wool sales are proceeding briskly, and prices rule linn. The copper market is steady, and prices firm. Chili quoted at £tS3. The tin market presents a quiet- ap pearance, Straits being quoted at £8.3, ...

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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, JUNE 2, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

THE Wwgfp " This lu true liberty, when frceborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." Milton. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1875. Those who took tlio trouble to read the speeches made at the late election by the various members of the pre sent Government, but especially by the shining lights in it, viz., Messrs. Kobertsox and Fohstmh, could not have failed to have noticed that the chief argument advanced by Mr. ltoBERTSoj.- and his colleagues to show ■why the lato Ministry sliould not be allowed to remain in office, was that tliey and particularly Mr. Pajikes, were rogues of the blackest kind. AVitliout questioning tlio correctness of this assertion, we would ask whether it it is decent or fair in one set of individuals to name another scoundrels while they themselves are not above reproach ? It is an. easy matter for unscrupulous people to take credit to themselves that they are honest and perhaps more easy Btill for them to call others liarsn names. But then the Eobektson cinit-...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. By our London telegram dated 2Sth May, we learn that competition at the wool sales continues brisk, and prices rule firm. Wis learn that several large station sales are pending, but are not in a position to give particulars at present. At a meeting of shcepowners, held at BalranaJd on the 28th, it was decided to re commend that Quarantine Stations be not established ou the Murray, at Moama, and Albury. Messrs. Samuel Macgregor and CoM of Melbourne, advertise with us to the effctn that they have several lots of pure Lincole rams in South Australia and Victoria for sale. Messrs. fticbardson and Wrench, of Sydney, announce elsewhere that they have iu their hands for positive sale the Mulin gamlra sheep station, situated in the Mur rain bidgee l)istricfc. Particulars can be seen by reference to the advertisement. Messrs. Murphy Bros., of Kolangan, have sold to Messrs. T. aud G. Burns, of Murrum hurrah, 133 head of mixed young cattle at a highly satisfactory figure for cas...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 2 June 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. In our Sydney telegrams it is stated that in answer to Mr. Kelson the Government said that the sentence of death passed on Striugcr had been commuted to ten years' imprison ment on tho advice of Judge Hargraves, and that they did not know of a feeling of indig nation regarding the mutter existing in Wagga. Not having full jiarticulars of what did occur in tho House to hand ivc are unable to comment upon the subject at present, be yond sf filing that if tho information received by us is true both tho Judge and the Execu tive should be nsked to explain their reasons for perpetrating a scandalous outrage on juslicc, even if no iudignation did exist. Wis learn tbafc second payments for the Wagga Derby, 1S75, and Marcs' Produce Stakes, 1S70, have been made by tho follow ing owners of horses Mr. E. S. Powell's b c Woodstock, Messrs. Boweu and McAlister's b c Whiilicr, by Tom King— Riveriua; Messrs. Bowen and McAlister's ch f Zeliuda, by Tom King-Ada; Mr. C. M. Lloyd's b c T...

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PREVENTIVE TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

PREVENTIVE TREATMENT. With ono accord, I bolievo, says Dr. ilowditch in tlio Sanitary Record, it may bo said that tlio whole profession lias cordially groetod tlio advent of Stato or provontivo inodicino. What, it may now bo asked, will be the offoct upon tho public and the profession after two or three conturios of growth of tho principles of provontivo inodi cines ? I look forward with high hopes fur the fuluto of this young idea, founded as it is on tho duty of tlio Stato to investigate tho laws of all diseases, so that., as far as possible, all shall hereafter bo prevented. I think that idea cannot fail of making a slahvart growth. It may make mauy errors, but it must mako yearly pro gress in the knowledge of tho more hidden causes of diseaso. At least three good results will ariso from it. 1. Tho profession will learn that a system of therapeutics dependent on materia modica simply, is much less vnluablo than that which seeks to defend its patients from tho insidious approaches...

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A SAFE POISON. (Pall Mall Gazelle.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

A SAFE POISON. (Pall Mall Gazelle.) A poison which cannot bo detected by analysis, bns long been ii desidora tuin by;mur,derera. ,Suuli a1 poison, it nppoars, exists occasionally in clieose, and a sad catastrophe happened in consequonce tho other; day at tbo vil lage of Stake,' near Little Hampton. A wholo family named Carver, living at a cottago in tho villago, woro sud denly taken ill, apparently from the effects of poison. . Some lodgers also iu the cottago woro similarly affected. Medical aid was procured, and happily no one bas died except a little boy, George Carver, aged four years. At an inquest held on the body of tiio.'de ceased child, it ;\vas stated that tbo food of the inmates of tbo bouse on that day when they were taken ill consisted of mutton pudding, cheese, bread and batter, and tea. All wore attacked save one person, who refrained from eating the cheese. A post-mortom ex amination of tbo body of -the child showed that death waB caused by an irritant poison ; but f...

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VARIOUS MODES OF DRESSING THE HAIR. (The Argue.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

,Yimous !MODES OP DRESSING; THE HAIR. i -.' :m i ,*(The! Arfjuti.) MotvM. Blanc tells its, oxcept when they need to use the curling-tongs or the scissors, should dross their hair themselves, and if thoy do so their characters will invariably bo revealed in their ,stylo • of coiffure. Ladies, ibowover,: need assistance jh' dressing their hair, because it inust bo arranged very,artistically, and it would bo diffi cult'for tiiein to perform the task suc cessfully by themselves. Every kind of coiffure suits an oval face, especi-; ally those iutonded for round faces. If the face is short—it being invariably short when it is not oyal—rtho hair shouldi'be piled tip behind, taking care that the top of it is visible when the person looks towards you. It should terminate, too, in a-curved lino,j for if the 'line werd straight it .would flatten instead! of, • leiig'thoriiiig! the 'head. jWhonf;tho hqiriis ((worn . fsmoothiJ in 'front, it mast bo ,curbed ,r.ound ;on either side so as to uncovor...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

LONDON WOOL SALES. The following letter lias been written by a llivovina wool-grower to tho Sydney Morning Herald in answer to a former letter published in tlint journal and which n o republished :— I notice in your, papoi' of the 11th inst. a short letter, signed " A Colonist," asking you to publish the account sales of somo wools hb hud received from a London firm for goneral information, with tho viow of refuting sotno state ments rondn in Mr. Brodribb's wool circular with veferonco to weights. To show tho uttnr fallacy of these figures, I have only to refer to tho " samples." In 45 bales tho London correspondent only allows 30 lbaij on 31 bales 20 lbs. nnd on 58 balos 40 lbs. All tho Aus tralia)} wool-growors kuow full well that a saniplo is {nken out'of evory balo landed in London, nnd when they rccoivo their account sales, samples aro entored according to the number of bales sold, say, for argument sake, 100 bales, it is ontered, " samples 100 lbs" but the growers are only all...

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THE LATE MR. B. C. ASPINALL. (The Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

;.the late me. b. c. aspinall. i.A o({ThtM{iuii) l)i H ; ;J!;f 'I t ?■■■{ 'I'lio.ialolligence of , tho .death/of .'ftlr:* .t3.;B. Aspinall; will occasion a feeling of deep regret not only to those who know himiporaonally, bat to those who • were acquainted with him merely by rroputo, as a man . of, brilliant parts ^.o<} a-polilicjaii ;of>no!tiiean.'order; ...It; ■io some consolation, however, to reflect 'tljafc his aun.did, grofc go dowrii i'V-tho 6f< those' thTek-elouds, or rath!er olVtliat: total eclipse, by which it was obsenred until a few months of his ^leceaso. That a mind so lavishly .fendowed should ever have become a ■ dreary, blank, and tlint a life so rich 'iu.tfufpifill^d pcoifciso should liavo been but^sii'O'rt in its Very prime, must bo regarded as constituting one of the saddest incidents to be met with in the 'political.:history of the' colony.'1 Fof ho. belopgs to. .that,history,:arid if,he; clid. not acquire tho distinction to, \yhich lie w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

Special Advertisements. Wool. HASTINGS CUNING-HAM AND CO.. ■WOOL-BROKEBS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES, Collins-street West, MEL BO UliNJZ: WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrumbidgee, Lnchlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terras upon the Ensuing Clip ok Wool; and also upon approved station securities. Having tnado extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we arceuabledto offer facilities for couducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm iu the colonies? and as wc .strictly contine our business to that of SELLING BttOKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarautec that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated acco...

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CLEARING LAND BY BLASTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

" CLEARING LAND BY BLASTING. " It may to ninny seem strange," says a United States paper, " that wo in America should bo able to learn anything about clearing land from Groat Britain, but recently some oper ations in clearing and improving land in tho northern part of Scotland hnvo boon performed in a mannor that is in strnctivo to us. Tho operations es pocially referred to aro the breaking up and tho removal of stumps, trees, large stones, and rocks by means of dynamite or giant powder. This wonderful oxplosivo is a preparation of nitro-glycerine, rendored perfectly safo in use by admixtnro with absorbing and diluting- substances, and is many times more ofTectivo than gunpowder. This powerful oxplosivo lins boon found to act in a most satisfactory mannor, having1 greater ofToct, and oxorting its forco in a moro favourable mannor than gunpowdor, and does not require any tamping. Tho ronding forco is so great that the largost stumps aro torn iuto fragments of convouiont sizo for romo...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

RIVER GAUGE. I Showing the height of the Mnrrurahidgco I above Bummer level at. Wagga. Wagga i— ! Ft. J». 1 Juno 4 (falling) ... .. .. 5 0

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NEW HOUSE HEAD GEAR. ([?] Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

,'.(A\ifaQi'Obmrixr.) t. Wo/obsbi'vd, tliat ii novel arrange ment of; horses' head-gear . lias been pa tori ted/.by Mr. II. W. Sanborn, -of iiocIieal.tji'j N.Y., by which, it is claimed tbr, most unruly animal can bo con stantly kept under control. The de .vico'consists of a kind of bridle, the .ends passing over the horse's nose, tbouco through the bit rings, then through two apertures in a sliding piece, and finally through guide loops on the headstall, tho extremities being .made fast to tho reins. The effect of this is, when a strain iB brought upon it, to draw tho animal's head up, and at tho same time, to comprcss the upper jaw between tho strap going lover tho nose and the bit. Tho amount of power which it is desired to uso is rogulatel by tightening or loosening tho bridle in its connexion with reins, so that either a constant strain may bo maintained, or the pres suro on the jaw applied only when the reins are strongly pulled upon. By means of tho sliding piece just abovo t...

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