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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

GOULBURN. Messrs. F. S. Cohen and Co.'a (3rd June) report:—Fat Cattle.—Although there is a fall in Sydney of 20s per head we look upon it as only tcmpo-tary. This however cannot affect the local market, as we have not an over-abundant supply of prime beef in this district. Wo quote best bullocks, £8 to £9 ; medium and good, £7 to £7 10s ; cows, £5 lUs to £7. Store Cattle.—The demand is principally for full-grown cattle of fattening ages, and well-bred heifers. Wc quote all bullocks 1053 to 115s ; equal sexes, 80s to 90s; cows, 05s to 90s. l?at Sheep.—The market continues firm for prime quhlity sheep. Quotations—Best 5Glb. wethers, lis Gd to 12s 6d ; lighter weights in proportion. Store Sheep.—We have enquiries for good sound breeding owes and young wethers, and sold 061 wethers at quotations, which are for good sound G and S tooth wethers, 7s Gd to 8s Gil ; ewes, Is Gd to lis. Horses.— The demand for heavy draught and stylish hacks and buggy horses is active. Wo sold , this week 1 d...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

YASS. Messrs. A. F. Kcmraiiiftton and Co. report (June 3):—Fat Cattle.—Except a few for tho lino at 19s per 100 lbs, 110 local transactions to report. Store Cattle.—No prospect of the market recovering itself until tho spring. This description of stock lias remained at a discount of nuite 10s per head since the bc« ginning of February—consequent upon the great paucity of grass prevailing through the summer drought, and the advent of pleuro in this district about that time. Our sales— 10 bead, Mr. F. Hall's, mixed, at £2 10s ; 25 head mixed cattle yesterday in lots from 29s to JC4 4s per head ; 20 head cows and steers on account of Mr. , of the Fish River, averaged £4 in lots; a milker, Mr. McFector'fl, at .-£5 10s j Mr. Rcid's lot to Mr. (r. Barber, at £2 12s. We quote—Cows, £3 5s to ;C3 15s ; bullocks, £4 5s to £4 15s ; mixed cattle, £3 10s. Wo have placed the C heart herd under offer for inspection at £3 108. No transactions to report in fat sheep. Store Sheep arc in demand, and a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FREE SELECTION AND THE LAND ACT AMENDMENT. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

ORIGINAL, CORRESPONDENCE. FREE SELECTION AND THE LAND ACT AMENDMENT. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser. J Sir,—Having seen a notice in your journal of the 5th inst., convening a meeting of Free Selectors to bo held in Wagga Wagga on the 12th inst., I am surprised that a dis trict so much interested in free-selection, and possessing a class of selectors second to no other district, should not have como for* ward before now, and expressed their opin ions on the proposed amendment iri tho Land Act. I was not surprised at our mem ber, Mr. W. Forstcr, voting against tho in terest of free-selection, by opposing tho graub of a sum proposed by lion, members for tho payment of counsel to watch the Joachim and O'Shanassy case, now before thePrivy Council and by opposing the motion of Mw Montague on the 2nd inst., proposing to reduce the scalo of improvements from £1 to 10s. per acre on conditional purchases. T hopo selec tor electors at tho meeting of Saturday, will express their opiniort whe...

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MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA. Tho following avc the consignments to wngga:— Fred. Roper.—1 cask washing soda, 25 boxes candles, 2 eases jolly, 1 caso mustard, 2 cases pickles. 35 bags sugar, 77 mats ditto, 1 cask whiting, 1 tiurco crockery, 1 roll zinc, 1 bag bullock bows, 3 barrow wheels ami gudgeons, GO mats sugar, f> cosc3 starch, 5 drums tar, 1 keg shot. 5 kegs spikes, 3 casks tar, 2 kegs nails, 3 nests buckcts, 1 package perambulators, r>9 pockets sujinr. 1 case picks, 1 case candles, 2 cases axes, 12 camp ovens and'covers, 1 package brushware, 4 casc3 hardware, 1 package ditto, I case tarnish, 1 caso glass, 2 quarter-casks brandy, 1 case vestas, 20 half chests tea, 0 cases geneva, 50 cases keroseno oil, 20 half-chests tea, 4 pairs cart boxes, 1 bundle ovens and 0 covers, 3 boxes pegs, 1 bale tents, 1 bundle tubs, 3 cases hardware, 1 cask chains, 1 bundle tin buckets, 1 packago wiro netting, 1 bundle spades, 60 pockets sugar. Gen, Forsyth and Co.—10 bags llco, 1 caso ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOOIA TED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST~BY CABLE. LONDON. JcNE 5. Mr. Charles Sladen, C.M.G., of Victoria, and Mr. Tur'villo havo been appointed Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. "• A despatch from the J3arl of Carnarvon to Sir Heury Barkly, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, baa been communicated to the tbo House of Lords. In it ho proposes n conference of delegates from the colonics aud states of South Africa for the consideration of a schcmo of confederation. Tho Australian mails via San Francisco were delivered in London on the 2nd iust. Tho wool sales proceed satisfactorily. The | series will conclude on the 17th inst. | Tin and copper are unchanged. Tho wheat market is languid. Adelaide, 47s. to 4Ss.j New .Zealand, 44s. to 4Gs. Money is easier, and tbo stock market has improved, as tho apprehension of money being dearer is subsiding. Arrivals.—Excelsior, May Queen, Albert Victor, and Duke of Edinburgh. (from our own correspondents.) ...

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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 9, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

THE $irMi8,eir ** This Is true liberty, when frceborn men; Having to ndvtao tho public, may Bpeak /rco." Milton. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1875. Pitost time to time tlio public of New South AVales learn from tlio reports) of speeches made by tlioir Parliamen tary lights that some wonderful new sehomes, • to open uj) the interior of the colony, is about to be started. Unfortunately, however, for those interested, the majority of these projects end in smoko. In other words they are, as a rule, so theoreti cal that no practical results could possibly flow from them. In proof of what we state we may instance as a caso in point tlio idea latoly ventilated by 0110 of the present Ministry re garding the trade in this district. The Oracle alluded to was reported to liave said that in order to secure for Sydney the trado in Itivcrina it would bo ad visable to clear the Murruinbidgeo of .-snags and other inconveniences, and run a regular line of steamers all through tlie year to Wagga. Doubtless if ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. The Australian Mortgage Landand Financo Company lias received tho following telegram from Helmuth Schwartze and Co., dated London, June 3 Wool.—Crossbred Id., superfine llcecc 2d., above March. Bulk un changed. Advance fully maintained." Mr. John Rand, of Oura, has sold 27 prime fat cows to Mr. C. BuflYay, butcher, Wagga. W. H. M. and Co., agents. Mr. W. 0. Windeycr, of Wautahadgery, has sold 400 ewes to Mr. J. Redman, Wagga. W. II. M. and Co., agents. Mr. A. G. Jones has sold G300 store •wethers to Mr. J. A. Dallas. They are now travelling to purchaser's Kildary station, olT Merool Creek. W. H. M. aud Co., agents. The North Junec station with, we under stand, 30,000 sheep, somo fine cattle, and purchased land, has been sold to Mr. J. J. Donnelly, of Egan Creek; price ISs, per head sheep, 20s. per acre purchased land. This is considered one of the iincsfc and best improved station properties in the di.s« trict, and until lately has been under the management of the for...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

1THUS OF NEWS. With the new moon on Frklny ft decided change came over the fine weather, which had been prevailing for some weoks up to that date. The vain descended early on Saturday morning in torrents, and continued more or less heavily up to Monday, when the weather began to brighten up, and has since remained fine. Owing to the heavy rains "which have fallen in this and the surrounding districts, the river here lias risen from 5ft. Oin. on Fri day, to 20ft. 3in. last night, and 15 still rising. At Gundagui we arc wired that it had reached yesterday 27ft. At Yuss the river has also risen as per our telegram published elsewhere, and all the creeks about aro bank high. In fact heavy rains have been very general throughout the colony, and there have been slight floods in the country bordering on tho Richmond, Hunter, and llnwkesbury rivers. A telegram states that on Sunday fchcro was a heavy flood at Wollombi, ancl that at Goul bum and Singleton the rivers had risen, and were risin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTTON. This Day.—A. T. Bolton—Horses, harness, house* hold furniture, &c.t rastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock. June 12.—James Forsyth and Co.—Land, Caledo nian Hotel, Hay, 2 o'clock. Juno 12.—"Wilkinson, Hann, Minciiin, and Co.— Household furniture, next Australian Hotel, 12 o'clock. Juno 14.—Hohinson ft Bi«naui>—Bnrrangong Sta tion, Young, 12 o'clock. June 15.—A. T. Bolton—1Town property, Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. Juno 17.—C. A. Elliot—Prime fat cattle, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o'clock.

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

RIVER GAUGE. Showing the liciglit of the Murrumhiilgce above summer level at • Wagga Wagga:—, Ft. In. June 4 (rising) .. .» SO 3

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THE DEAR DEAD. (Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

THE DEAR DEAD,.., _ , , ■ (Queen. J The long cold winter has left its fatal mark on almost every circle of trionds, and there are very few people who liavo not had to mourn directly for ono of their own lost, or indirectly by sympathy for one dear to those they love. Turn where we will we arc saddened by tears and desolation ; or wo carry our own sadnoss with us, and bold the dear dead iu our hearts while wo transact our outward lives all the snmo as beforo. For wo can not stop. Tho tremendous hurry and pressure of life forces us onward, and if wo step aside for a moment wo are overwhelmed by tho accumulation created by tbo delay. If wo step aside for too long1 our place is filled up, and wo cannot regain our old footing, save by an exertion that perhaps is our own destruction. Life is onward, always onward ; and the time we can give to tho filling iu of the most sacred grave is limited with us all. Nevertheless, if we cannot livo in churchyards and cemeteries, wo can carry our dear...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR.. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

•WEEKLY CALENDAR.. Days of Wkek. Sun. Rises Sets. Moon. lilacs Sets. 0 Wednesday .. .. .. 11. M. 7 1 11. M. 4 55 A.M. U 45 V. M. 12 13 12 40 1\ M. 10 21 10 11 Friday 7 .2 7 3 4 55 4 65 11 23 12 13 14 16 Saturday Sunday .. .. Monday .. .. .. 7 3 7 3 7 7 4 4 55 4 55 4 r>5 4 55 1 4 1 20 1 54 2 23 12 22 1 18 2 13 8 10 Moon's Phase.—June. New Moon—Friday, 4th, 8.25 a.m. First Quarter - Friday, lltli, 0 a.m. Full Moon—Saturday, 10th, 10.1 a.m. Lost Quarter—Sunday, 27th, 0.44 a.m.

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SQUATTING IN NEW MEXICO. (Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

SQUATTiNG IN NEW MEXICO. (Home Kcws.) Mr. Henry Holding, who resided in Now Zoaland and Australia for some time, forwards the following account of liis experience as a sbeep-farmer in New Mexico. He writes from Cimar ron, and says :— Peeling that at the preseut time a letter from a person actively engaged in sheep-farming in New Mexico may bo wolcome to some of your numerous readers, I tnko the liberty of sending you a Bkort one, and giving you my experience upon the Biibject. For many years I was engaged in the sheep business in Australia, but, from the utter hopelessness of doing any good there without the very largo amount of capital requisite, some five years ago 1 turned my steps towards Colorado, and eventually settled down in tho northern part of New Mexico, adjacent to the boundary of that territory, which as a shoep or cattle country is the finest I havo seen in tho United States. For some eighteen months I and my partner, Mr. Francis Clutton, travelled over Colorado and No...

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

APPItOACIIim LAND SALES. Crown lauds have bceu advertised in the Government Gazette, for sale at the under mentioned places and dates AiiiJUiiy*-Juno 11; June 23.' Balranald—June 21. CoitowA—Juno 21: Jniio 30. • Dkniuquin—June 21 j Juno 28. FonnEH- Juno 28. Giienfell—June 28. j Hay—june28. ♦ Jerjlderie—Juno 30. . TJiiana— Juno ii : June 12; Juno 23 ; Juno30. "VVaqoa—June 21j Juno 28.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

SPECIAL NOTICES. PICTURE SI A LOT FOR SALE CHEAP AT TUB HALL OF COMMERCE. tat.o I BILLIARD ROOM. mENDERS are called for LEASING the JL* 'BILLIARD TABLE at the Commer cial Hotel for a period of 12 months. Ten ders must be sent in to the undersigned not later than MONDAY, 7th JUNE. P. J. M'ALISTER, Commercial Hotel. Lucerne, itye, clover, phaibie rtiasr, vetches, On sale at w. C. hunters. ..f ; ■■ " ■' toi.c. ON SALE JgY THE UNDEK SIGNED Finest New Currants Finest New Raisins Finest New Sultanas Muscatels Jordan Almonds , , Lemon, Orange & Citron peel Spices,'all kinds Chinese preserves Ginger Chow Chow . ' • Cumquots Jellies Lime Juice Crosse & Blackwells potted meats Ham Tongue Chicken Beef . , .... ■,, .. . Bloater Paste Anchovie Paste English Hams. V Colonial Hams J Prim0 English Cheese i,„ Now Zealand do} shape ■ Also, v A very large and varied (Stock of Ironmongery:: China - Glass Earthenware, &c. ; . E. SHAW, GUEWOOD STREET, Wagga Wagga. AGENTS FOR. THE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

Positive Virtues.—The most of tho 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. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in the human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it always eficots complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the circulation.- Bnt it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both the body and tho mind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in tho evacua tory ch...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 9 June 1875

LAKD. The following reserve from sale for public purposes is notified iu tlio Gazette of tlie 4th inst.Darling District, Lower Mance Hud, No. 129, area about 1 square mile. The Crown Lauds within tlio following boundaries, viz. : Commencing at a stake marked broad-arrow over it over 131, on tlio right bank of tho Biver Murrumbidgce, op posite to junction of Twalka Creek, south west comer of Town of Womby; bounded thence on the west and south by tho Kiver Murray, to tho junction of the Murrum bidgoe therewith; and on the cast by tlio, Murrumbidgco upwards, to tho point of ] commencement. Notification of permiBBiou to purchase portions of improved land under tho Sth clause of the Land Act is published in the Gazette of the 4th inst. to tlio following :— Bobert Hand, portion 39, parish of Mahonga Forest, on South Mahonga Forest Bun, 100 acres, Edward Flood, portion 9, 320 acres, 15, 200 acres, 1G, 40 acres, 17, 50 acres, IS and 19, parish of CudgcUo, on the Narandera Bun; portions 12, ...

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INFRANGIBLE GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

INFRANGIBLE GLASS. Upon the authority of the elec trician Siemens, we learn that a French gentleman farmor has made a discovery ivhich will probably baud his nanio down to posterity, and causo a revolution in the manufacture of glass. This fortunate agriculturist, when not engaged in breeding cattle, or raising beetroot, has fouud leisure to study the process of annealing glass. His labours have been rewarded by the discovery that when glass is heated to redness and cooled in oil, it is rendered wonderfully tough and infrangible. Should this discovery prove correct, it is impossible to fully calculate the effect it will have upon the glass trade. In future street rows or election riots, we may expect to see the stonos and missiles of the rioters rebounding from uuinjured panes as though they had struck the brickwork of a wall, in stead ol hearing a crashing of fractured glass so familiar in tho present day under similar circumstances. The publican may look oil with unruffled bosom a...

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PRACTICAL RELIGION. (American Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

PRACTICAL RELIGION. (A merican Paper.) Wo want a religion that boars hoavily, not only on llio " oxcooding sinfulness of siu," but on tlio exceed ing rascality of lying' and stealing—a religion tbafc banishes small measures from the counter, small baskets from tlio stall, pebbles from the cotton-bags, clay from tbo paper, sand from sugar, chicory from coffee, alum from bread, and water from the milk-cans. The religion that is to save the world will not put alt tlio big strawberries at tho top and all littlo ones at tho bottom. It will not make 0110 half pair of shoes of good leather and tho other half of poor leather, so that tho first shall redound to tho maker's credit and tho second to his caBb. It will not put Jouvin's stamp on Joukins's kid glo ves. nor mnko Paris bonnets in tho back room of a Boston miliner's shop ; nor lot a piece of volvot that professes to measure■ twelve yards como to mi un timely end in tlio lentil, op a spool of scwinif-silk lliat vouches for twenty yard...

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GREEN FODDER PRESERVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

GREEN FODDER PRESERVED. A correspondent of tlio London Agri cultural Gazette describes a method of. preserving green fodder of various kinds which might probably bo found serviceable here. It might bo worth a trial, and corn (oddor might bo a good material to coimneuce with. In Germany tho bold step is frequently taken of preserving beetroot leaves, green maize, and all kinds of greon produco, without any attempt at drying them, save perhaps ono duy's exposure in tho fiold. This is dono by packing them togethor as closely as possible, by treading, in pits or troughs dug in dry soil, which are afterwards coverod thickly with earth. Great pains are taken to exclude air by leaving no empty spaces. Fermentation sets in, and is completed in about two months, whou tho food is ready for use. This kind of food is known as "sour hay it is given to cattle and sheep in winter and spring time, along with dry food ; it is sometimes apt to occa sion diarrhoea, but it is oa tho whole much valued. ...

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