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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTION. Juno 12.—James Forhytii and Co.—Land, Caledo nian Hotel, Hny, 2 o'clock. June 12.—Wilkinhon, Haxn, Mikcjiik, nnd Co.— Household furniture, next Australian Hotel, 12 o'clock. Juno 12.—O. A. Elliot—Prime fat cattle/Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. , Juno 14.—Rohinhon & Besnatid—Bnrrangong Sta tion, Yonng, 12 o'clock.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

impouxdinos... 'I , . South Oi;ni>aum. — On .1rd May, from AVlllIe ■ P.oma, by Sir. Wm. Kdwards;sum due at date of j i notice, lfts.:—liny mare, saddle-marked, snip on nose, ; J'J III clrclc with like l,'A over (the A writing capital) ■' lunr shoulder, like M(i over + over + off shoulder. ; 3V bo sold May 27. i iNTAnANi>KUA.~At Is'arendera, from Mcdigeon, by • M purindent, May J15, lh7f»; driving and trespass, Is. IS.Bay horse, Btar, black points, home-shoe brand , ^ i»* C near shoulder, J'» hands high, aged. To bti sold «11 Thursday, June 10, ' i'KN'Stif.i: (.'uki:k.—Impounded nt Ten-mile Creek, en tho 10th day of May, IS7f», from Ten-mile Creek, ty Mr. John Pabst.—ISrown lior.se, star and snip, iri'l^jcrihable brands near shoulder, a little while tutu hind feet, sore hack, pulled lull, 3 years, l.r>J hinds, To l»e sold on the 3rd June, lfc»7.r». Ti v-Mii.m C'iif.kk.—On the 21st day of May, lS7f>, fro ». Carabobala, by Kliot Jieriot ; sum due at date of lioti'c set afte...

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

APPROACHING LAND SALES. Crown lands Iiavo been advertised in tlie Government Gazelle, for Bale at tlie under* mentioned places and datcB :— Auitntv—Friday, Juno 11; "Wednesday, Juno 23. 13aliiaxali>— Monday, Juno 21. Couowa—Mondny, June 21. . Dekiliqcin—Monday, Juno 7 ; Monday, Juno 21. Toning- Monday, June 7. XJiiANA— Friday, Juno, 11; Saturday, Juno 12; Wodnoaday, Juno 2a. Youtio—Monday, June 7.

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

V7 ANTED. WANTED, l>y a Steady, Active, Middlo ngcd Man, a situation ou a STATION ns Tutor, Storekeeper, Accouutaut, or Ovor Bcer; ia a good Surveyor, and of activc busiuuss habits. Good Itefereuces giveu. Address H.M., care o£ W. J. SHELLY, Adclong. Adeloug, April 22, 1875. m.t WANTED.—A GENERAL BLACK SMITH and a WHEELW1UGHT. Apply to 1 A. M'MULLAN, 74.to North Wagga Wagga. WANTUD good BltiCKL.YYHltS on llailway Works, between Yass and Waggtt Wngga. Apply at lnaiu camp down ing, or to Joseph .Barber, foreman on tlio works. A. H. AMOS & Co. WANTED, MEN, to SINK TANKS near Wagga. Apply to WILKINSON, 11 ANN, MINCHIN, & CO. ■W^O-GhA. W^O-ChA.. "''"p. BO PER Vva|| BEGS'to annbuhco that ho is now propared to show one of the Largest and Boat Assorted Stocks of -1'1 n.-.n.. r ■■ ■ wlifg N EW DRAPERY , ■ For tho approaching season) including : i : t 1 i £ £'• _4^.11 tlxe Leading Novelties in Dress and Fashion, . 7,, „■ i •; i-V;' V. " '' ' ' J Wtich he intends offering : ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. * Bays of "Week. . Sun. Rises Sets. Mook. Rises Sets. II. M. II. M. A.M. P.M. •> Wednesday .. D 57 4 67 4 W '3 11 a Thursday (I M 4 M « 1C 3 52 4 Friday !i U 4 m; 7 W 4 45 i> Saturday 7 I 4 fit H M f> 44 (i Sunday ... .. .. 7 (1 4 Mi 11 W (I 60 7 Monday 7 (I 4 GO 10 ai h r» 8 Tuesday 7 1 4 65 11 12 0 14 Moon's Piiare.—June. Now Moou—Friday, 4th, 8.^5 a.m. First Quarter • Friday, lith, g a.m. Full Moon—Saturday, lotli, 10.1 a.m. Last Quarter—Sunday, 27th, 0.44 a.m.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

SPOllTXNG. .. The following nominations; liavo beon; /made for tlie undermentioned events Melbouiink Cui\—Diver, Sauntcrer,. Templetoii, Seanmag, Moddo, Dante, Pro fessor, St. Albans, Break o' Day, Sunlight, Light 1 of Day, Castaway, Ivanhoe, King Phillip, Mayflower, ltamarooka, Calumny, Marquis of Lome, Echo, Triton, Emulation, Loquacity, Polidori, Pamt Coquette, And over* Benjiroo, Imperial, Dagwerth, Liber tine, Fugleman, Haricot, Niinrod, Mummy, Risk, Irish Stew, Leakore, Kingsborough, Sylvia colt, Sour Grapes colt, Redwood, Sentinel, Iliiigwood, Goldsbrough, Gloom, Politician,.-Dignity, Lord Lytton, Southern Cross, The Hook, Richmond, Don Giovanni, Improver, Canterbury, Painter, Naughty Boy, Mohican, "Wenberrimin, Knieraehnie, Newbold, Camdeu, Wollamai, -Feu d' Arti lice, Rattler, Ella, Gascony, Veteran, Deer, Bullion, Lurliuo, Sunbeam, .Mottestou, London Pride, Spark, Maid of All Work, Neotsfield, Calaba, Kingfisher, Playboy, Burwood, Lord Lyon, Rose d'Amour, Mel •baurne, Lord...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

STOCK AND STATION KUL'ORTS AnVBBTisr.il Office, Friday Evening, The weather during tlio past week has been mild compatcd with that of tho prcvi vioua fortnight, aud for the last two or three days signs of coming rain were be seen, but up to the present the threatened fall has bold off. Tho temperature baa been favor able to the growth of grass, aud so far as wc can learn the prospects in this direction arc exceedingly good. From our exchanges we learn that at Dubbo frosts have prevailed in the mornings, though, as a rule, the days have been genial and pleasant. The weather wise in that district mention that the winter has 6et in with unusual severity ; but no fears arc entertained as to the stock-fecding prospects of the winter. The grass, in spite of the frost, has forced itself upwards, and the general report as to the condition of stock is good. The most jubilant account is given by theDcBpatch as to the look of the north western country, and it; is said that it has no superior, ...

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MELBOURNE WOOL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL REPORTS. Messrs. Hastings, Cuningham and Co. re port Wool.—'Wo held a small salo by auotion at our sales yesterday, and disposed oE about 130 baloa, principally scoured. Competition was gnod, and full prices ware obtained for the various qualities, the sales ranging from 35d to -1 :;d per bl. Sheepskins This market has to Bomo extent recovered itsolf from tho laic depression, iuid the ijrimo quality of a large proportion of tho ots offered commanded a high range of prices. Wo sold butchers' aUius at Is to 7s cach ; dry skins, winch arc still rather ncg footed, nt 3a to 4a Gtl; aud station lota at 4d to 7Ad per lb. Hides.—Wo notice a slight downward tendency for average lots, al- , though hides of a really first-class descrip tion and clean secure high prices. We have sold a large lot of New. -Zealand in prime order at Gd per lb., and a considerablt num ber of bufcehers' extra heavy to. 503 each. General quotations, however, are as follows : Butchers1 ox, 26s to 34s; c...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Wednesday, June 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

MELBO UKNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (Wednesday, June 2.) Fat Cattle.- 1,661 head were entered for the week's supply, about 1,000 of which passed tho hammer to-day, the remainder being held over for tomorrow's sale. Thoso yarded-'consisted chiefly of second aud mid ling quality, with a small proportion of prime. The demand was good throughout, and last week's rates were fully maintained. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £13 10s to £15 5s ; good do, from £11 to£12 ; second do, from £9 to £10 ; inferior, from £7 10s ; best cows, from £8 10s to £S 5s ; others, from £5. Messrs. Stratford Strf.ttle and Co. Bold 2G9 Wclaregang bullocks to £1210s, on accouut of Mr.-P. J. ICeighran, and GO head for Messrs. Turnley, .Burns, .Smith, Coonan, and others. Messrs. J. C. Walker and Co. havo sold a small lot from near town to £8 10s. Messrs. Riciiakp Gibson aud Co. sold 50 bullocks for tlie executors of the late A. M'Millan, Calderineade, at from £10 7s fid to £12 10s Gd, averaging £11 9s 6d ; 33 cows ...

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THE BEREMBED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

'/ ; i"' THEvB]iUEUBED ; MURDER. Below wo republish tlie cvidenco of tlio ; principal witnesses who boro testimony on tho 3rd April .last, in the Supreme Court, Wagga, to tho murder of James Mitchell by • William Stringer, who lias been sonte'need to ton yeara imprisonment by order of the Ex ocutive Council:— : John Clarlcc stated that ho kept a wine shanty at Berembed. Saw the prisoner twice before tiie ISth January. Oh that day he came to tho house with a man named James Mitchell'; they liad some ducks with them, and Stringer had a- double-barrelled gun. -They eat down and had something to eat, George \V-illiamB'was there, He was not drunk nor sober. Thero was a traveller there also j Taylor was on the premises at the.time. Kiuclian was camped opposite; Mrs. Clarke was down washing. "When the two men came they put the gun in a cart outside and went to dinner. After Foley's first visit.Mitchell and Stringer had a row. Was told this when he returned from fetch .'ingisome water. Stri...

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

ALBUHY. (ritOM OTO OWN COlUtESl'ONDENT.) Dr. Badham lias taken his exit; froux Al* bury j lio left on Tuesday moraiug for Corowa. It appears his visit to Wagga has boon deferred till the forthcoming auuual races. After the lapse of a few mouths it. is to bo hoped that his late correspondence in tbe Herald regarding the "Wagga school boys will be forgotten aud forgiven. Indeed, it was unworthy the dignity of the Univer sity Senate, aud of its eminent classical Professor, to bring down with such mo mentum their heavy motal on the teacher of ■ a public school aud on the shortcomings of a few thoughtless school-boys. But let \\b . hope that the wonderful University prophet will make ample amends. Wagga is not tho only placo which complains of tho University Senate. A caso is now leaking out in Albury, and it only shows tho learned Pro fessor how a man may suffer from the aots of associates. I must say it is rather quos tionablo taste to bo reviving what occurred two years ago at the auu...

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THE MURDERER STRINGER. (To the Editor of the Adverteser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

THE MURDERER STRINGER, ( To the Editor of the Adverlescr.) Dea.ii Siu,—X was' mucli gratified by ob serving in your "telegraphic" column of Wednesday, Unit a question bad been put to t-lio Execut ive respecting tho extraordinary course adopted towards that blood-thirsty scoundrel, convicted at our last Assizes of tho wilful murder of one James Mitchell. Tho reply of tlio Council that (ho murderer wis pardoned on tlio recommendation of Judge llargravc, and the ISxccutivo was not aware that any " indignation" was felt in this (lis* trict ut the decision, must not be allowed to end the matter. A greater outrage on society, of tho law, and of the true attributed of mercy, was never perpetrated in the colony, nor perhaps in any community in the "world. It may bo an open question with legislators uud philanthropists, liow fur nmn is justified in demanding tlio eaeriiico of luuuuu life tui atonement for tho shedding of man's blood ; but surely whilst capital punishment is the law, no insta...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. BIRMINGHAM AND THE MARRIAGE VOW. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. EIBMINGHAM AND THE MARRIAGE TOW. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Dear Sin,—In your report of the marriage of Miss Donnelly to Mr. Jolm O'Muvii, you any': The Eor. l)r. Berminghnm preached a sermon the gist of which was, that no power but the church could 6ovcr the tie of marriage, wliich was ojot, in tho rov. gentleman's opinion, a civil but a religious contract. Ab that sentence contains moro Hum one meaning for which I should not like to be lield responsible, "will you kindly allow spaeo for a brief explanation. The power " to sever the tic of - marriage," which you any I attributed to (he Church, I cliumed only for death, I have not merely an opinion " that marriage is not a civil but a religious con* tract," I am certain ■with the certainty of faith, that the marriage of two Catholics is a sacrament, and that 110 power " of earth earthly," can bovcv the "tie" as you call it. The t/ist of my opinion, I take to have been— u That the marriage of bapt...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

SYDNEY. (FROM OUfl. OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Iu tho Legislative Council on the 26th iust. the business transacted calls for no special notice, consisting chiefly of the pass age of bills through their various stages, none of which will he ever of any very great public significance, with the exception of the Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister's Le galism^ Bill, which was further considered iu Committee and received several verbal amendments. A large amount of time was frittered away1 in the Assembly on the same day in discussing the fact of a large quautity of very bad railway iron having been imported ihto the colouy which had en tailed a considerable pecuniary loss. Mr. Parkcs roiniuded the Honse that whosoever's fault it was, it'was certaiuly not that of his Government, a6 proper specifications had been 8ont HoraO as to the material required. Of course this served as a hinge to hang tho Agent-General bn again, although what bo had to do with the matter it seemed some what difficult t...

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DR. BADHAM'S EDUCATIONAL SCHEME. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

DR. BADHAM'S EDUCATIONAL SCHEME. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sir,—A few months ago public attention was earnestly directed to the strange reception accorded to a learned, polito, and amiable gentlemim "who came at considerable incon venience to lecture the people of Rivcrina on tlio great advantages connccted with free and compulsory education. This -week another gentleman (I'll not say whether more learned, more polite, or more amiable) has come 011 a somewhat similar mission, and it is wonderful to note how different lias been the reception. For the sate of Albury, its people, and civilian* tion, I am glad to be able to record that the manner in which Dr. Badham has been listened to leaves nothing to be desired as to rc9pcctful etiquette. The audionec was large and formed of all classes, tlio 011I3* dissenting voice I could hear of was that of a rnther noisy babe wlii> was startled from a peaceful slumber in its [mother's arms by the plaudits so liberally bestowed on the...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED Pft ESS TELEGRAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, June ]. Ju the House of LordB, the Earl of Derby, i Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, re-1 plying to a question put by Earl Russell, said ' that Germany had recently declared that she might have been forced to strike the first blow in cousequenco of the "French armament, but that the intervention of Eng land and Russia bad averted the danger. The Playmouth and Abcrdaro Iron Com panies, in South Wales, have suspended payment, involving some minor failures and a large iirm of discount brokers. LONDON, June 2. . President Grant has refused to bcoomo a candidate for the third term of Presidency of the United States. The failures reported yesterday were anticipated and therefore quietly received. (from our own correspondents.) SYDNEY, Fuiday Night. In tho Supromo Court, Oabourno v. Mnculutor, an action brought by the plaiu tiff a squatter on tho Murrumbidgee River against a froe selector for damages ono thou...

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser " This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to adrive the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

THE ^atjgp ^Xr&jeirtisjejr " Tbla Is true llbcrtj-, whoa fresbom mou, Haviog to adri&o tho public, mny speak froo." Milton. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1875. I>" oui- news colunms our readers will find tlio questions asked on Tuesday oveiiiug last in the Assembly by Mr. Nelson- regarding the commutation of the sentence of death passed upon "William Stjiixgkk to ten years' im prisonment by order of the Executive, and the answers given to them by Mr. Wjluaji PojiSTKit, who acted as spokesman on tlio occasion, for the Government. By reference to these it will be seen that the onus of the blame in the matter has been thrown upon Mr. Justice Haiiuhavk, who, it will be remembered, tried the ease here in April. Not being ill a position to contradict Mr. Fohstkh's statement relat ive 1o Judge ll.vnoit.ivE, we arc compelled to accept the assertion that, a Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales has erred so far as to be a party to the committal of a gross outrage upon society ...

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DEAD AND ALIVE. (Augusta Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

DEAB AND ALIVE. (Augiisla, Journal.) We have an event to chronicle that would scarcely bo believed were it not authoritatively vouched for by com petent witnesses, parties whose testi mony cannot well be disputed or set aside. A. young man in the town of YaSLi'bv-.o, iu this county, was Buffer ing- in the last stages of consumption, the disease which had insidiously and stealthily brought him to the verge of the grave. For several weeks he had boon entirely prostrate and unable to speak, even to articulate a syllable. Ho became so oppressed for breath that ho compelled his attendants to raiso.tho windows in his room, put out tlie, fires, and resort to every means to obtain frosh air. One day last week (Thursday, we understand) the young man died. Friendly hands prepared the poor emaciated body for the burial; but just as tlie attending friends were arranging the remains foft the caBkot, there appeared unmis&keable ovi dencos of returning li&T in what had seemed to th...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Mr. Lawler is near to Junee with 180 coltB and fillies. Mr. Lawler purchased them for the Indian market. Our informant states that they are a magnificent lot of horses, showing considerable breeding and in good condition. 100 bead were purchased from the celebrated breeder, Mr. George Campbell, of Duntroon, some from Mr. Massy, the remaiuder from various persons. Mr. A. Ct, Jones has sold 6300 wethers to a northern buyer, at the highest prico of the season. They are represented to bo a very superior lot. Mr. A. Stokes, Forbes, ageut, A local buyer, yeBtcrday, offered a vory long price for a station in this neighbourhood, but bis offer was declined, it not coming up to vendor^ estimate of value. Wo hear of several large transactions pending, but are, as yet,, not at liberty to give any particulars.. Wo hoar of a small lot of young shoop this side of Wallacetown, travelling towards Wagga Wagga, but wo havouo particulars. We arc informed that Mr. George Smith, of Jimalon...

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ENGLISH OPINION ON CARDINAL MANNINGS PROMOTION. (Home Paper). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 5 June 1875

ENGLISH OPINION ON CARDINAL . . „ MANNINGS PROMOTION. . (Home-PaperJ: Tiib equanimity of some good Christians has boon grievously portnrbed because tlio Pope has thought propor to raise Archbishop Manning' to the dignity of a Cardinal., , ;Tho contrast,; however, between the quiet manner in which this recent aunouncomont has boon received in England and the hubbub created when a similar honour was conferred upou Archbishop Wiseman, shows the growth of common sense and liberal feeling on the other side of the Channel. Most rtewspapor readers will,recollect how the Protestant clergy of'London worked thomselves into a perfect frenzy, and petitioned their Bishop in terms of indignant protest, and how the then Prime Minister, Earl Russell, wroto an utterly ridiculous and crossly offensive lettor, garnished with strong expletives, and passed, "with the help of the House of Com mons. tlio . licclesiastical Titles Act. But the tunes have a good deal changed. Comparatively few of the public ...

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