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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

Special AcLvartisomoats. WOOL. , i J. H. CLOUGH & CO. ; / Wool Brokers, Stock and Station Agents. Auction Sah'.i of l)roo?, Tallow, Skcepsl-iits, JiUlen and Leather on i'UESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, everv WKEK. CLOUGH'S WOOL^VARBHOUSBS, coLLim <t spmomi stuejsts, Mkuiouhnk. AGENTS AT WACCA: Messrs. OLIVER, MORLEY, AND ] TOMPSON. , ]

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

MELBOURNE. [FR03I OUR OWN COltltESPONDEKTl. The supporters of the present free, secular and compulsory nystem of education seem; > to have lost sight of the fact that tlicir political trick was after all by. no means a neatly executed one, and they utterly forget that the minority in both Houses which voted against tho Act as it now exists, constituted an absolute ma jority of the Victorian people. The inheri tors of Mr. Wilbcrforce Stephen's mantle of course crammed into tho Acting-Governor's throat, at the opening of Parliament, a sen tence to tho effect that tho Act was-a chcrishcd institution; of course the " ins " applauded this sentiment, and equally as a matter of course the " onts " hurled at it tho allegation that whilo tho second largest . denomination in the-colony were diamotri-' cally opposed to a measure it could not bo said to bo cherished by tho people as a whole. No amendment was, however, moved on tho Governor's speech. Now, however, comes the rest of tho Act, a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. Messrs. Morfc and Co. (Juno 18) report:— Wool.—Wo had a small aalo this week and found competition very active, nearly every line submitted being quitted at advanced rates, although few of the lots were of an attractive character. Arrivals continue to be very limited, and consist mainly of small fellmongered parcels and consignments from our remote districts. Quotations at our sales ranged at from fld to 12d for greasy ; IG.U1 to lSd for faulty fleece; and 10,jd to iO^d for lambs. Sheepskins ruled very ljrm at our sale on Wednesday, and a heavy catalogue was cleared at from 7id to 8:jd for full fleece, o^d to ?.|d for medium, and 4d to 5d for pelts and short«woolled. Hides.—The supply this week was larger than usual, which circumstance combined,with a disin clination on the part of tanners to increase their stocks in the present rather unsatisfac tory condition of the leather trade rendered the demand very slack at to-day's sales even at n c...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the Branches and Agencies in Now South Wales, Queensland, "Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, aiftl Now Zealand j also, 011 England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. "Wagga Wagga, 28th September, 1SGS. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING:, COMPANY OF SYDNEY. , t WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH-. ' DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed 011 Fixed Deposits at! Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts atid Letters .of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen» .cies throughout ; NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, - 4 QVEENSLAND; v; SOUTH AUSTRALIA, r } . /TASMANIA, ; : O-; ? ; : NEW ZEALAND. , ; Also upon all .the Principal, Towns. in the (,:• United .Kingdom. •rVRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. ' INSURANCE. The ,a'u s t tva ltan alliance , " ASSURANCE COMPANY. Establis...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

YOUNG. Messrs. Robinson ami Bcsnard (June IS) report :—3?at Stock,—Enquiry for this class is chiefly confined to tho local market. We have no • transactions to report. .. Stoic Sheep.—We could lind ready sale for say 6000 young aheep, tho chief enquiry being for mixed wenners and hoggets. We havo 1000 ewes now being inspected, and have disposed of 800 weather wcanera for Mr. J. H. Wallis, Tumbleton, to Mr. P. Walsh',1 Kikiamah. Store Cattle.—Wo havo several iiret-class lots on our books, of both sexes, and havo 1000 cows near hero, cii route for Victoria, we could offer in. convenient .lots for purchasers.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

GOULBUEN. Messrs. F, S. Cohen and Co.'a report (Juno 18):—Fat Cattle.—None yarded this •week. The trade iiiis beeu fully supplied from tho paddocks near town. Wo sold pri vately 20 bullocks for Mr. T. Lewis, Kings dale, at £8 5s, and quote best bullocks £8 to £9 j medium to good £7 to £7 10s ; cows £5 10s to £7. Stov« Cattle.—We have no auc tion sales to report this week, but have a large transaction now pending. The princi pal demand is for full-grown bullocks, and well-bred beifcrs, any number of which could be placed at top rates. Quotations—Bul locks 100s to 115s ; equal sexes 80s to 95s ; cows G5s to 90s. Fat Sheep.—The market is linn for prime quality mutton, with few really good sheep in tho district. Wo sold this week 331" wethers for Mr. .r. Moore nt 10s lid; and quote best SG-wethers llsto 12s ; lighter weights in proportion.—Stbro sheep.—Inquiries are numerous for good wetiittg r-\c.3_. awd tooth wothcrs 7s Cd to 8s Od; ewes 7s Gd to 12. Horses.—Good draught colts, and we...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, digtasfco for foot!, and a feeling of lassitude nud exhaustion, aro infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of tho secretive organs and tho circulation. But it is not thercforo necessary to soiul for a doctor. A courso of Holloway's great cathavtie, alterative, and tonic remedy will removo every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both tho body and the mind with unwonted energy, Kvory animal fluid will bo purified, every obstruction in tho ovacua tory channels: H\vept away, every organ ro* generated. These nifty seem to be strong i statements, hut the testimony of tbc sick of all nations ia their source and basis. 1'ohitivk VrnxuK.s.—The most of tho so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which,.while it may not 'often euro diseaso, will seldom endanger lifo., Bkistol's Sarsaparilla ■ is equally safe, but it.is:posscsscd of that'posN tivo, or aggressive virtue which will no...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE TESTIMONIAL FEVER. (Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

I •. THE TESTIMONIAL FEVER. j (Freeman1 o Journal.), , • ' . Judging' by the s " local "''''columns1 of the S. M. Herald, valedictory meet ings tind complimentary addresses have become part of the settled-iristi-' tutious of the colony. It matters little who way bo tbo, yictipi—a ;on;ilyserf vanfc, a "Rev. Mr,,'1 or a idacher— if only lie bas done the work be was paid to, do,.'and has managed riot' to offend ariy'tff• this " powers tli'afc''be,": bo is sure to bo presented with some " small token of regard," in return for wbicb lie is oxpected to submit to be for ono night tbo tbemo of a long string of hyperbolic praise.,. . ... . Testimonials arid, flattering, addresses; were not so mischievous when tlioy wero rarer. Mon then did tlioir work because it was their duty, and riot' i'witli the object of a teapot and a broad side of greasy adulation. Testimonials wero so'uncommon that no one thought of fishing for one. They then had ono temptation less to show partiality, or to make tbe...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. It will be scco that Mr. George Mair leads tho announcements of sales of stock at the Wagga Pastoral Show with anadvcrfcisernmifc which states that ho will offer 900 pure-bred merino rams, 2 years old next November, from the celebrated Hocks of E. K. Cox, Esq., of Rawdon, Kylostone. These rams, Mr. Mair informs us, are of the best and purest blood, and have had no selections made from them. Mr, George Mair, jun. has purchased for Mr. J. Thompson, of Killenbetc, 120 head bullocks from Mr. Iticbavdson, of Billipalap, and 100 head from Mr. T. U. Elliot, of Co cup. Mr. Mair (E., E. and Co.), agents. Mr. H. G. Eddington, started from Gan main on.Monday with 1400 head of cattle for Hon. Neil Black's station, "Mount Erat, Vic toria. Mr. G. Mair (E., E. and Co.), agent. 7300 young wethers, now travelling on the Bogan, have been sold by Mr. 11. Rand, of Malionga, to Mr. Brown, of the Bogan River. Messrs. W., II., M. and Co., agents. We learn that Ynlgogriit station, in the Lae...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

Business Motices. COOLAMIN BOLES SAW MILLS. WANTED all concerned to know that tin; Saw Mills Cnolnnmi Holes are at ' work. First-class tiuibor 14s at tho Mills, ISs delivered at 20 miles, W.G.EVANS, tae.tc EATON AND LINCOLN CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, STEAM MINERAL WATER WORKS, Corner of Traill and O.impton Streets, Wappii "Wapca. 13USINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK, Fitzmrui rice-street. COMMERCIAL BANK, Gurwood-streefc. . PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS : MOKGAN O'CONNOR, near Hospital. 13RASMUS WREN, Tichborno Buildiiipa...... R. C. ROBINSON, Huntley Cottago, Gur wood-atrect. WILLIAM LARGE, Kincaid-street, DENTIST : J. P. FITZHERBERT, Royal Hotel, Now- ■■ town. SOLICITORS; FITZHARDINGE & SONS, tlio Exchange, Fitziuamicc-sticet. J.R.GARLAND, Fitzmaurioo-atreet. : ARCHITECTS: F. H. NIXON, Gurwood-atrect. STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS : . WILKINSON, HANN, MINCIIIN and Co., Fizmaurico-strcet. OLIVER, MORLEY, and TOMPSON, Gur wood-street. GEORGE FORSYTH,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

COME AND SEE AT " O XX A re,' JL, 3E H X£1 <GJ- O -A- X^ Xi 9 ^ BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM Fitzmauricc-strccfc, Wagga Wagga, The LATEST ARRIVALS in Boots and Shoes. JUST RECEIVED, Over 3,000 Pairs, from the Most Noted Makers. The Summer Goods remaining in stock will be SOLD WITHOUT ANY RESERVE at FIRST COST PRICE. THE NEW GOODS ARE | BETTEDES, THAN EVE3E2,1 .CHEAPER THAN EVER ! COME AND JUDGE 'FOB, YOURSELVES. Inspection is a BETTER GUIDE than that work of fiction,—A SENSATIONAL PRICE LIST. ; THE MISSES WAGG HAVE now much pleasure in inviting the Ladies and public of Wagga tocall and inspect the stock on view in their Enlarged Premises, where they trust, by the increased comfort and convenience now offered to customorB, to merit an increase of patronage. Millinery. BJCilliiiery Now open, the following goods :—A case of Pretty English Bonnets, and the Most Fashionable Hats, Drosses, Capes, Jackets, Underclothing, Hosiery, &c., Children's Clothes, Boots, and Bootees. iS...

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THE [?] "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may spenk free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

, " Tills is true liberty, whon froobom men; - Having to ndrise ttio imblio) nmy-fipctik froo." ; . 1 ■ - -i / . v v rt ;} _ J'l A;' cAwiooir 'ap'p'caTB, last /^veelc's' issue of., our . i'uimy contemporary,, Sydney'Puncly which is more signitt ;cnnt .in its meauiiig 'tluiii would pro bably be imagined by tlio, casual rertder. The sketch .111 question 'illiis .'irates two sides, so to speak, of nii unfortunately too common occur rence in tlic daily lil'e of a. civiliscd community. The one side allows an insolvent, wlio lias " broke" for £200,000, standing bedizenncd with jewellery, in a luxuriantly furnished room, surrounded by his wife and daughters, wlio are also expensively clothcd and bejewelled. The "'respect able " insolvent holds in liis liand hiB; schedule, on wliicli the members of his family look with apparently perfect uri concorn. The picture is fully explained by tlve following words:—" Mr. ——, who appeared for one of the creditors, stated that the articles named in the...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

i 'weekly calendar. i ]jays' of WKKK. 3 Wednesday . 1 Thursday 5 Friday ; <HV 3 Saturday 7 Sunday S Monday . 3 Tuesday ,'Y / .Mfoif,. . p. M. . } 0 11 i lo r.u rii is l rpi-wi rM H : Mi 67 1- | • Moon's Piiahk.-t-Junk. f'"Now.Hoou—Frlilay, ithi 8.25 a.m. First Quarter-Friday, 11th, U a.ui. ; Full Moon—Saturday, 10tb7:10.1 n.ni Last Quarter—Sunday, 27th, 0.44 a.i

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

ITEMS OF NEWS. Fnosr our Sydney telegraphic intelligence, published elsewhere, wo learn that Mr* Nelson's motion in the Assembly, to have all papers relating to the ensc of Stringer, laid 011 the table of the House, wis tarried last night despite n Jnmo defence of tho Executive's part in the transaction', made by Mr. Robertson. Sir. Buchanan, a supporter of the. present Ministry, has to be congratulated on speaking so strongly against tho ten years1 commu tation. , . Our " Laud Notes " will be found ou our fourth page. The live-stock returns for the colony up to tho 31st March last, appear in. our fourth page. At tho Police Court, on Tuesday, before tho Police Magistrate, Martin O'Dwyer and Michael O'Dwyer were charged with stealing a sheep, the property of Mr. Robertson, of Mimosa. Mr. J. R. Garland .appeared for both prisoners. Sergeaut Carroll being ex amined stated that having received informa tion on Friday night last that Mr. Robertson had captured a man named Michael O'Dwyer ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

, TELEGRAPHIC NEWS' [ASS001A 'l'liD PRESS...TELEGRAMS. Latest by cable. xosbon, jum. 17. ''/''■'Robert'"Benson and Co., ■ merchants, of King's Anns yard, and Rainbow, Tlollerton, mid Co., St.1-'Helen's place, Uisliopsgule strcet,;have suspended payment, and .further failures tivo cxpcctcd.1 ; « Money is tighter. ' .LONDON,:June 18. : Tho;follo\ving suspensions are announced : —liorthwiok imd Co., bill-brokers* j John •Straulian and Co., Bjshopsgato'street j J. C. Eiuvlie, Leadenhall-strcet;; Jolin Anderson i nnd Co., Plulpot-laiio; J.P. "YVesLhend and Co., Manchester.. ..Other..minor failures arc reported. ' : LONDON, Junk 19.1 ' The Avool sales, after. a course of rcinarlc ablo Bteadnicss, closed slightly -weaker; 271)272 bales "vvcro catalogued, and 130,000 taken for export. An advaneo was estab lished on Mavcli lutes. For superior fleece' l^d. to 2d.; ordinary, Id. j scourcd, Id. to • I$d» j greasy, id- to Id. ; half-bred greasy, Id. lAd. Coavso wools attracted spccial de mand, n...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

RIVER. GAUGE.. Slipping .the height of tlio Murnimlml^cc '/Abbvo siiinhier ldvel ait Wngga iWngga | ; ft. vJnY'.'yi Jone 22 (falling) .. . ■ .14 , -0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

Wool. HASTINGS CUNING-IIAM '' AND CO.. WO OXj-IBIIOK. HI , STOCK AND STATION AGIONTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street West, M1CL BOURNJC. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrumbidgcc, Lachlau, and Darling districts that we nro prepared to make liberal advances oji the moat favourable terms upon the Ensuing _Cup oi' Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as we strictly conlinc our business to that of SELLING 1JU0KEUS ONLY: ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase , of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that thq extreme market value will at all times be 'secured for their consignments. O&r Sales, during the ensuing Wool Scaspn, .will be regulated accor...

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PROVINCIAL EDITORS. (Stockwhip.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

I^ROVINCIAL^eIiITORS. |-1 (Stockwhip.)t. - Good luck attoiid us. .'.The immortal gods who allot the destiuios.;,of .mon, nnd-: provido1 press-meu, lmvo sent us another tender victim, in predatory-, .guise. ■ .Having demolished our littlo.fi'iohd. Godlby', wo woro beginning' to regret the demoli tion, inasmuch ns wo had by tho deed deprived ourselves of some delight. Tint our loss, has boon counterbalanced, by faniUnexpected gam.i ? A ^nflvy^eli-' thusiusfc, filled with tho fires of literary zeal, has devoted himself to ns ; and, although he is rather more stupid and infinitely less classical than Gooleyj lie is a good critical 'ci'batnre, 'iihd!8dvorij (isos us with,great'discretion. We shall endeavour to cultivate this gen tleman, albeit ho is a sad weed at present, and Hprouts upou tho uncon geuial soil of tho Wagga.^Wagga ,Express^-r-a Tiqwjspapor;-jvjiiblC.mnyjbbf considered aspeoios of literary winding sheet, sinco it enshrouds the remnants of dead jokes and fourth-rate forgott...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

ABSTRACT OFSATJm BY A UCTION/' July 7.—A . T." Boi.tos—freehold property, AustraT Han Hotel, 2 o'clock. ' July.15. -~RicuAhp.soN & Wjikncii — Multngandra ' station,-Pitt-street,.Sydney/11 o'clock.' September' D,~ErrnnsiiANK, ISaoliwioxe, and Co. —Pure merino rams.

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 23 June 1875

APPliOAQIIIXG LAND SALMS.;. \< Crown lands Imvo been advertised in; the Government Gazette, for sale afc the under mentioned places and dates . : i \y '•'ALnunv—June 23. • : -;»k» ] CoiioWA—Juno :i0. . Dksiliquis—Junc2S.: . ' V ,' ! !fi'' I:r>'!> ' Fonnta-June 2$. ; GnusKEM.—-Juno 23;'' i !•'. ; 1 ' •> ILvv-i-Juno28." • Vj;; ! • Jekildekih—Juno 30.' :' 1 ^ Ujiaka— Juno 23 Jtuic 30.' '' ' • ' ' ' Waooa—Juno23.

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