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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

SYDNEY. (from our. own correspondent.) In the Legislative Council on the 3rd inst. the third reading of the marriage with .a De cesed Wife's Sister Bill was earned by a majority of 15 to 9, and an alteration having been mado in the title, the hill was forwarded to the Assembly. The debate on the second reading of the Medical Bill was then re sinned, an amendment havingbcen moved when it was last under discussion, that the bill be read that day six months, the Hon. Messrs. Frazer, Watt, and Montcfiore sup ported the measure as one of great utility, and absolutely necessary for public safety, when the debate was further adjourned, and was resumed the following day by Sir Alfred Stephen, who spoke strongly in favour of the measure, which was of a similar character to those adopted in tiie mother country, and also in some of tho colonics with success. The amendment was then negatived, on division, by 10 to 7, and the bill was read a second time. In the Assembly on the 2nd inst., tlic cl...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. IASSOCIA TED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Junk 0. Tne shareholders of the Eastern Telegraph Company have sanctioned the arrangement entered into with tho directors by Sir Daniel Cooper and Sir Julius Yogel, for laying (a cable between Aust ralia and .New Zealund. The substitution by Sir Julius Yogel of Promissory Emigration Notes for free passages to emigrants to New Zealand, is causing great dissatisfaction. A deputation from the Labourers Union, headed by Messrs. Arch and C. Hollowny, urged thc'eontinuancc of the frco passage system ; but; Sir Julius declined to alter his now arrangement. (FKOM OUK OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, Friday Night. -' The Land Bill litis been rend a third time in the Assembly. The'pecond reading in the Legislative Council -will take pluce next week. Resolutions hnvo "been earned in favor of subsidising a cable to New Zealand. The additional Judges Bill has been re jected. . In the case of Mncqunrio aiul Budge con sidered by ...

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THE Wagga Wagga A[?]bertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

THE Mjrjgp " This Is true liborty, wlion frccborn men, Ilnving to ndviso the public, trmy speak free." Milton. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875. "Without for oneinoment endeavouring to convince peoples who imagine them selves to be humanitarians, whilst, in reality, they arc merely sympathisers with crime through the force of au in herent power, we venture to assert that the sentence passed upon Strixgeii by order of the Executive, oil the recommendation of Ilis Honor Mr. Justice Hakouavi:, is nothing short of a gross miscarriage of justice, and an outrage upon society. But, while asserting this, we, in common with a large proportion of the public, have not said, as it has been feebly and laboriously striven to be proved by certain pedantic friends, who express themselves more frequently than sensibly, that the extreme penalty of the law should have been carried out on Stuikcieh ; albeit, wo believe that many a man has been executed 1'or far loss. What wo did state, and what all, save those ...

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CAPTAIN BOYTON'S CHANNEL TRIP. (Morning Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

CAPTAIN BOYTON'S CHANNEL ' TRIP. ( Morning Pout.) Captain Boj'ton's attempt to cross tho Channel luvs failed, but his fniluro. is scat'coly less creditable to him than would have boon hissnccoss. ' He raay feol, and it is hardly reasonable to sup pose that he does Dot feel, somo par donablo chagrin at tho result, but that ho has so nearly accomplished tho ex traordinary task ho set hirasolf is the testimony not only to his own physical powers and euduratice, but to tho valtio of tho invention ho has brought for ward. Tho distanco from Dover to Boulogno is twenly-fivo nautical miles, and that distanco alono would have ap peared to us great onough to tnako Captain Boy ton's feat iinpoasiblo had wo not had tho kuowlodgo of his ex periences off tho coast of Ireland. When, howevor, tho forcoof tho strong tides and currents which affect tho waters of tho Channel is considered, a force which more than doublos tho distances to bo traversed, wo havo little hesitation in saying that a suc ces...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Mr. A. G. Jones has sold 10,000 weancrs to \Vm. Kand, of Yalgogrin. Mr. G. A. Elliott (P. It. and Co.), agents. Mr. G. T. Mulholland, of Oura, has sold to Mr. James (iormley, liis two blocks iu | the Warrego District, Cooronga Peak and ; Cooronga Peak back. Messrs. W. H. M. and Co., agents. Mr. Johu Hand of Oura, lias sold 80 fat bullocks to Mr, A. G. Brook, of Conaipara. Messrs. W. li. M. and Co., agents. Mr. J. A. Dallas lias taken delivery of the 5200 wethers purchased by him from Mr. A. G. Jones. Messrs. W. H. M. and Co., agcuts. Air, John Smith of Kyamba, has sold 3000 breeding ewes to Mr. Garner, of Yass. W. II. M. and Co., agents. Mr. John Davison of Oura, has sold 000 ewes to Mr. James Pratt, of lluby Vale. W. H. M. and Co., agents. Welearu that the Messrs. Chirnside, of Victoria, have purchased 1500 head of store cattle from Mr. G. Loder's Merrah station, Nanioi Hirer, at 5 guineas per head. Messrs. A. Lc. Easton and Co., Grenfcll, report the sale, on accauuf...

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A NICE DISTINCTION. (Australasian Sketcher.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

NICE DISTINCTION. (.Australasian Skctcha'.") Ono .of our wealthy squatters, n gentleman who;holds.;a|'seat- in the Legislature, lives with his family on a station in the western district. As part of his household, he has a man engaged to act as coachman and groom. This man wris lately asked by his mis tress, during the illnoss of the man-of all-work, whoso business it was, (o carry two buckets full of milk for the family consumption from the dairy; a quarter of, a milo distant from tho bouse. He declined respectfully but firmly. It was out of his department; It was not in his agreement; he was ongaged to Iook after tho carriago and horses.. "What am I.to do ?".the lady asked lier husband., "I can't ask any of tho girls to go, arid wo must have tho milk." Tho M.E. rang for his coachman and ordered tho carriago out at oncc, as ho wanted a short drive bo fore breakfast. , .When'^ifc; camo the legislator stopped into, it -carrying a bucket in each band. "To t'lb dairy," was the order. T...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

IT JIMS OF NEWS. DuiitaG the last; few days wo have ex perienced fair weather, hut still there arc signs of moro rain. The river rose from 20ft. 3in., on Tuesday night, to 25ft. Din. last night, when it commenced to fail. As we have heard of no Hash of water coming down from any quarter, it may be safely sur mised that we have seen tho worst in the matter of a flood for the present. We call especial attention to the meeting of selectors summonedforto-day, at noon, iu tho Court House. Considering the importance to thosointerested of the subject to be brought up for consideration, it is hoped that a large meeting will take place. Tin? nicetiug of the Municipal Council, which should have been held on Thursday fell through for want of a quorum. A call of tho Council was made for this meeting for the purpose of taking into consideration the question of repairing the road approaching to the bridge. Iu addition to this business, another important subject, the report of the Special Committe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

Positive Viutuks.—Tho most of the so. called great remedies possess only 11*:.t sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger life. Bmstol'b ftarsapnriHa 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 ill the human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it always elleeta complete and lasting cures.—Advt. 1Iom.oway\s Ointmknt anj> Pills.—Ab» seesses, Erysipelas, Piles—Unvarying success attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They arc invaluable to the young and timid, whose Wshfulnens sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trilling expenso will enable the most dilHdent to conduct any caBQ to a happy issuo without exposing secret infirmities to auyoue.

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THE DURATION OF HUMAN LIFE. (Iron.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

THE DURATION OF HUMAN = . .LIFE. i , (Iron.) There can be no hotter test of tho amelioration which wo owe to modern civilization tlian tho iucreased length of man'H earthly span, as compared with tho age attained in ancient and in meditDval times. It is stated, in a recent German periodical, that while in Republican Rome tho average duration of life among tho upper, always the longest lived classes, was only thirty yearjj among tho samo classes in tho present century it reaches fifty years. Then, with respect to tho "good old times." In tho sixteenth century the moan duration of life in Geneva was 21.21 years ; between 1814, and 1833 it had reached 40.68 years, and at tho present time as many pooplolivo there to the allotted term of soveuty as tbreo hundred years ago lived to forty, throe. Tho rapidity with which the moan rose in England, oven in its earli est poriod of extension, is shown by the comparison of two financial trans actions in this country in 1G93 and 1790. In the form...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

Business Notices. PICTURES I A LOT FOR SALE CHEAP HALL 01? COMMERCE. • v.: ' V tnt.o'' J^UCERNE, , RYE, CLOVER, , . PRAIRIE GRASS, , . ■ VETCHES, , *• On bale at W. 0. HUNTERS. " ' v■ ■ ' ' '' toI;c . ON SALE ' Jg Y THE UNDERSIGNED 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 Auchovie Paste A very large, and varied ytoclc of - Ironmongery China Glass Earthenware, (fee. E. S H A W, GURWOOD STREET, Wagga Wauga. English Hams Colonial Hams | very prime English Cheese ) q New Zealand doj"k Also, (j-Stilton shape OOMMEltCIAL HOT Eli. Wagga Wagga. NO T I C E . BOWEN & M'ALISTER are prepared to LET HOUSES and BUGGIES for HIKE; and, from tliis date, nil Horses, Buggies, &c., will bo charged for. BOWI3N & M'ALISTBR-. December ...

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HILLSTON. (LACBLAN RIVER). [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 12 June 1875

HILLSTON.   (LACHLAN RIVER). [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. Communication with the interior has been still further extended. Collis's new line of coaches has commenced running the pioneer coach; reaching Hillston direct from Bourke. From the latter end of this month the line will be opened continuously. The route is via Cobar, Gilgrinnia, Roto, &c. The first journey was done in 130 hours, or 5 days ; during summer the journey will be accom- plished in half the time. The route is through forest country, well grassed and watered, bearing box and pine, with sparse mallee. The proprietor speaks well of the country as being easy in gradient and inex- pensive in sustaining horseflesh. By this route communication will be augmented to both rivers, the leaseholders and mining com- munity of Cobar and Mount Hope will have weekly intercourse with the metropolis, and this conveyance will provide easy, cheap, and rapid transition to passengers and mail. There will only be two...

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THE ASPECT OF EUROPE (The Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

THE ASPECT OF EUROPE (The Spectator.) Nothing can surpass the dnluess of Europe from tho point of view of tbo jonrnnlist and politician—except its disquiet. Toryism is ovorywboro in tho ascendent, and Toryism should bo tho product of content, yot from every country everywhere, unless wo except Great Britain, there comes up a sort of groan of melancholy and alarm. In tho romarkable paper on Russia by M. KosclielofT, the new and moderate Herzen, which The Times published on Tuesday, tho writer, after admitting all that has been accomplished in tho last 19 years—the emancipation of the serfs, the relaxation of tyranny, tho establishment of tribunals intended to bo honest, the commencement of repre sentative institutions—finishes by de claring that society is utterly disorgan ised, and without moral strength, that tho aristocracy are flying to tho towns because the police cannot protect them from violence in the country; that tlioy linvo been snporseded as regards tho poasants by offici...

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TOO MODEST. (American Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

TOO MODEST. (American Paper.) All exceedingly modest young1 ruan dressed iu a new suit of broadcloth entered an Olive-streot car yesterday, and blusbingly took a seat by the side of a uurso with a baby in hor arms. The mother of tbo babe, a young woman of vivacious disposition, and with visual orbs somewhat marred by stabismus, had a seat on the opposite side of tbo car, ivbero she could gaze fondly upon her offspring and mark tbo play of its cherub countenance. The "cbiok-a-biddy " was exhilarated by tbo geutlo rocking of the bobtail, and looked at its mother and orowed and thrust its fingers into its mouth. The young mother responded by a tonder glance at the " Gugar-plntn," but to the bashful young man itseeaioil that hor oyos wore fixed directly upou him, and ho blushed scarlet and wiped his face with his''handkerchief. " It is fond of its:iio\v cosoy f " oxcluiincd tlio tender parent, unconscious of tliojjros enco of all except hor child. Her fuce was aglow with iuloneo aflbcti...

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A CURE FOR PLEUROPNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

A CURB FOR PLEURO PNEUMONIA. A correspondent writes to the D. D. Guzetto writes: — Having noticed in your issue of the 21st alt. that many small stoekowners iu and around Too wooraba aro Buffering almost daily loss from this disoaso, I shall bo glad if you will publish the result of a treat ment, which, as fur as my limited experience goes, I have found most officacious. I am indebted for the fol lowing recipe to a copy of the Queens lander, which I happened to pick up when travelling some two years ago. "With four fluid ounces of boiled lin seed oil mix thirty drops of whito carbolic acid, and give this to the diseased animal twice a day for a week (for a yearling twenty drops is sufficient), and an occasional doso for a fortnight afterwards to complete the cure. About a month ago tlie stock mau in charge of the ball station catno in and reported three yearlings diseased . one of thein very far gone, having been ill upwards of a week. I immediately went out, taking some oil and car...

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

WOOL. Sir. Helmiith Sulitvnrlzo remarks in his Annual Wool Itoport, dated January 29, 1875:—"A. jiisfc estimate • if' tho actual position of an nrticlo is jffcii facilitated by a jrntaposition ol its recent• history to present results . and with this view we submit!; the following' statistics, which, whilo they afford a retrospect upon tlio changes in tho valuo of colonial wool during1 tho past nino years, throw also some light npon its future prospects. The avorago values given nro not thoso of the Board ofTrndo—(wliose returns do not rest upon sufficiently precise data to be serviceable)—but are drawn from practical observation, and may be reliod upon as fairly actirato, ench figure being bised upon transactions comprising' 150,000 to 200,000 bales in tho aggregate. Import In Avernce value Total value In Year. lialcs. per bale. round Xos. 1800.. 455,812 .. £2-1,10 .. £11,107,400^ S § 1807 .Ml,050.. 20 15 .. 11,227,000 0 1808.. 033,131 .. 18 10 .. 11,713,000 V g1 g 1800 .. 033,1)59...

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IMPORTANT TO FREE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

IMPORTANT TO FREE SELEC TORS. Tbo following remarks of Mr. Dia Ji'iofc "Court Judgo M'Parland, in re feronco to nn action for trespass, iu tho Yass District Court, on Wednesday, will probably be read with interest (says tho Tass Courier) :—"William Randall Chambers, au iufant, v. Owen Ryan, trespass, £200. In this case, which was an action for trespass by a selector, boing opened by Mr. Win deyor for tho 'plaintiff, Mr. Want as coudboI for tho defendant, pleaded as the grounds of his defence, tho same pleas substantially as woro pleaded, itid became tbo subject of evidence, in he case of William Joachim, jun., v. 'Shanassy (tried somo days ago in Sydney, before Sir James Martin, C.J.), 1st plea, not guilty: 2nd plea, not ^ poBsessed|; 3rd plea, that the land in question was Crown Latid, and that as thero was a contract by tho Govern ment with tho defendant for a lease, under which he was authorised to place bis stoc]c there, and ho had a right to do so ; <ith plea, that t...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

YOUNG. Messrs. Robinson and Besnard (11 June) report:—Fat Stock.—There iB not much doing in this class just now ; but wo liave some first-class bullocks and breeding cows ; also young mixedlots wc can offer privately, in convenient lots to suit purchasers. Store Sheep.—There is some demand for young sheep. We have 1000 young wethers to be inspected, aud have sold for Mr. E. Sawtell 5000 ewes in lamb to Mr. James M'ltinnon, Mitnegong; and for Mr. M'Kitinon 200 ewes in Iamb, to Mr. D. Clancy. Stations, &c.— We have this week sold, in conjunction with Messrs. James Forsyth and Co., Hay, for Mr. W. Allan, his Crowlo Creek blocks, to Mr. John Evans, of Koto ; and delivered the Narraburrah Creek Station to Mr. John M'Grcgor. Messrs. Brock and Broughton (12 Juno) report:—Fat Stock.—The market is fairly supplied for the present with both cattloand sheep. A small draft of bullocks could be placed at full rates. Quotations—Bullocks, from £7 10s. to £8 10s. ; cows, £0 to £7; wethers, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

IMPOUNDING,?. Tkk-Mile Creek.—On the 21st (lay of May, 1875, -from Carabohala, by Eliot llcriot; sum due at date of "notice set after each animal :—UIaek liorsc, star and snip, off eyo out, off ear cut ofT, like G J off neck, both hind feet white, ^rown docked tail, aged 15} hands ; 8s 8d ; black mare, star and snip, J J over j near shoulder, like S over No. w off shoulder, scum off eye, broken-in, pulled tail, 2 years, 15 hands : 6s 8d ; hay mare, small star, no visible brand, long tail, 4 years, 15J hands ; 7s 8d : bay horse, star, like FP or El* near shoulder, like C or Gil over liko writing ASO off shoulder, broken-down both fore legs, long pulled tail, aged, 15} hands ; 8s 8d ; brown mare, small star, tan muzzle, like 03 over ^ near shoulder, 2 near thigh, long tail, aged, 15? hands ; 8s 8d: bay horse foal, star, no visible braud, progeny of above mare, 8 months ; 7s 8d. To bo sold Juno 17th. Tumut.— On the 10th day of May, 1875, from AVorbalUra, by Thomas Mulvehlll; sum due at...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

COOMA. Mr. J. .T, Howell (4 June) reports:—Fat cattlc.— Market firm. I sold yesterday at auction, on account of Messrs. Bolfc and Clarko, bullocks from £6 17s. to £8; also a few light cowb from £4 to£5. Storo Cattlc. —-I Bold ou account of Messrs. Kolfo and Clarke 230 head of of one and two years steers and heifers and cows at ;C3 all round ; 20 head, from six to nine months, at £2 per bead to Messrs. Brooks Bros. ; also, 4 cows with calves at £o per head for same con stituents. I have also ou hand 1300 head mixed, or nice lots of stcers-and heifers. Fat Shocp.—Market linn for good heavy weights. Storo Sheep.—My sales for.the week have been 1000 live years wethers on account of Mr. M. Harnett, of Rosebrook, to Mr, D. Eyrie, of Kalkite, at 8s. Cd. ; also, SQ0 on account of Mr. Johu Shiels, to Mr. Keon, at Ss. ; and have 1000 being inspected by an* other local buyer. Horses.—Light hacks averaged at auction £2 10a.

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MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 16 June 1875

MELBOURNE AND GALLE. leave SYDNEY. AltUIVK L via Brindiei v UNDON. a Southampton. Sun. 24 Jan. 1876 „ 21 Feb; „ ,, 21 Mar. „ Frl. 10 Apl. „ „ 14 May ,, 11 Juno ,, Ion. 15 Mnr. 1876 J , 12 Apl. „ , lOMny ,, , 7 Juno ,, , fi July H , 2 Aug. „ [on. 22 Mar. 1875 , 10 Apl. „ , 17 May „ , 14 June „ , 12 July „ , D Aug. „ LVAVE L via Southampton, ONDOJf. via Brlndlsl. \nuivE svDxijy. Thur.10Nov.1874 17 Dec. 14 Jan. 1876 11 Feb. „ 11 Mnr. „ 8 Apl. „ Frl. 27 Nov. 1S74 „ 25 Doc „ 22 Jan. 1875 „ 10 Feb. „ 19 Mar. „ „ 1G Apl. ,, Sat. 10 Jan. 1875 „ 13 Feb. „ (( 13 Mnr. „ „ 10 Apl. „ 8 May „ ,, 5June „ BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. arrives sydney. LEAVES sydney. Friday 8 January 1875 , 6 February ,, „ f» March „ Thur8. 1 April ,, Saturday 2 January 1875 „ 30 „ „ 27 February „ ,, 27 March „

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