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THE O'CONNELL CENTENARY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) ' [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

T1IE O'CONNELL CENTENARY. (FJ'.OJI A COItltESl'ONDENT.) ' A portion of the Australian Press is now devoting attention to tlic eontcimry of one of t he greatest of great men of . modern days,, , namely Daniel O'Connell. The biography of good and grcnt men lias ufc nil times been eon; sidercd one of the most interesting subjects, and one eminently calculated to form tlio minds nnd ehnmeters of youth to the noblest asjnrations. Youth being the spring timo of life, no opportunity should be lost toineulcato every lesson which is adapted to guide those generous impulses nud high unselfish resolves so characteristic of boyhood's days. . For sako of the rising generation in Australia, as yet unknown to the historian, it is well to direefc attent ion to the character, deeds, and achieve- ' ments of the great and good, of other days of other nations. As yet " centenary " celebra tions havo not come into prominent, notice in Australia j thoy have been confined, for so far to the Sir "Walter Sc...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

STOCK AND STATION RliPOKTS. Advi'.htisi'.i: Ofi-'icb, Friday Evcuing. Wk have again to report some days of almost continuous rain, one or two days only in the early part of the week bringing us anything like a clear sky. The state of the river shows us that a considerable quantity of rain has fallen, the register this evening being 17 feet, rising, as against 14 fuet, re ported in our last. Tho Gundagai register wired at 8 o'clock this evening was 14 feet, rising ; and our advices state that there is a rise m the Yass river. AtTuuiutthc river is unusually high, and is still rising. The re ports of our exchanges show that rain has been general. The Dubbo report states that the water extended along tho plains down wards, so that travelling along the main roads was almost an impossibility. The feed in that district is abundant, nnd sheep and cattle arc in excellent condition. From the various parts of the north-west accounts were good. On the Castlereagh, matters arc looking well. Shee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current ratcp. Drafts issued on all tlio Branches and Agcncics in New South "Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand j also, on England, [reland, and Scotland. VT. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga "VVagga, 28tli September, 1SC8. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING., COMPANY OF SYDNEY. jr, WAGGA "VVAGGA . BRANCH. , DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, j Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at ' Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances ft] ado upon Approved Security,.and.all other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen-' cics throughout - . - : NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTOltIA, - ; ' QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, •.•> TASMANIA, NEW ZEALAND. • ; _ • Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, - Manager. INSURANCE. THE AUSTRALIAN..ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. - Established for Fire an...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

Mil. G. A. ELLIOT'S {POWERS, ltUTIIEHFOKD AND CO.) IUSPOKT. Fat Cattle.—The demand ia good, and for any good lots offering, high prices are ob tained. Quotations—Bullocks, £7 10s. to £8 10s. j cows, £5 5s. to £7. Stoke Cattle.—Ifc is witli difficulty that any but prime lots of bullocks can be sold, nud for choice cattle tho demand is not large. I liavo one prime lot of bullocks now being treated for, and liopc to roport a salo nexb week. I have sold for Mr. l£d. Carroll, 112 head mixed sexes at a fair price. Quotations—Bullocks, £-lto jGOIOs; cows, £3 to £3103. Fat Sheep.—Dull, and confined to local trade. Store Sjicul*.There arc numerous enquiries for good young sheep, or prime wethers for fattening. I have sold for Air. S. M'Caughcy, of Coonong, 12,000 first«class two-tootli wethers to Mr. A. G. .Tones, delivery after shearing, and have others under offer. Quotations — Wethers, 7s. Cd. to 9s. j ewes, 7s. Gd. to 12s. Gd.

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN. MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

AIK3SRS. 'WILKINSON, HANN. MINCIIIN, AND CO.'S HEPOKT. \ JfAT Stock.—No transactions to report in cither cattle or sheep. None offering. Sookb Ca-ttlh.— Business in this class of stock is still very dull, and sales are difficult to effect at prices risked. We have sold 100 head very superior bullocks, for Mr. John Hand, of Oura, to Messrs. Terry and Campbell. Store Siihkp.—Wo have to report an eager demand for young sheep for present de livery, and after shearing. Fattening wethors of good ages arc also much sought after. We have sold 7300 young wethers for Mr. It. Rand, of Mohonga, to Mr. T. Brown, of Caunonbar, delivered oil the Bogau in their wool. Station Phopertv.—Wo have this week sold the Yalcogrin station, in the Lachlan; • District, lately purchased by (Mr. . William Itaud, together with Bhecp, work ing plant, &c,, to Mr. John Oox, of Mangoplah, Pukk Bnun Stork.—Wo have to report tho sale of sixteen head of pure bred Durham bulls from the celebrated herd of Messrs. ...

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HEARTS. AY M. OR N. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

HEARTS. . Av M. ok N. The lioarfc is a tnnsic1o,of;;tlie:human' fraino, which by its contraction and dilation propels tho blood through its course of circulation, and so consti tutes tho source of vital motion. This is the definition given by tho diction, nries, in which, wifcli. moro ,or .less learned language, evoryotio acquainted with tlio anatomy of tho human frame will agroo, But in | poetical, and in deed in plain, matter-of-fact, ovory day language, tho real purpose for which hearts wore linventod is lost sig-ht of, nnd, instead of boing re garded as exquisitely ingonious ma chines for pumping blood through tho system, they are looked upon as reser voirs in which rnon nnd women koop their sympathies audi omotions stored up for use when required. Why the Isoart should hfivo boon selected by tho univorsul consent of mankind as tho soat of love ancl affection I am qui to uuable to say. Thoro is no more rohl ronson (or giving it tho placo of honour than there would be for fixing ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tho ordinary meeting of the Council was held on Thursday. Present—His Worship tho Mayor, Aldermen Cummins, Hardy, Mumford, JBergin, l^orsyth, Wall, and Jen kins. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, tho Clerk read copies of the correspondence of the Council directed at that mcctiug. Alderman Bergin reported that ho had waited on Mr. Higgins iu Melbourne, the patentee of the disinfectant closets, and was informed by that gentleman that the closet ordered for the Council had been forwarded. Tho Inspector of Nuisances stated that he had complaints made to him frequently by Mr. P. J. M'Alistcr that building materials were allowed to lie upon the footways by contractors, and that obstruction was caused in many instances by the storekeepers leaving empty cases on the footway, and lie (the inspector) desired the Council's instructions how he was to act in the matter. Tlic Works Committee recommended that tenders be called for the supply of main...

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TWO WAYS OF DESCRIBING A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

■TWO WAYS OF DESCRIBING A HUSBAND. A married lady,! compollod to show hoi* letters to. heivhusband, sent fcbo following to a friend :— t I ca^noO' be satisfied, my deuvost friend, . blest as I iim in the matrimonial state, 1 unless I pour into your friendly bosom, which was always in unison with inino; the. various sensations which swell, with tlic liveliest; emotions of pleasure, J ) mys almost burning heart. My dear husband is tho mqsb amiable of men. I luivo been married- seven weeks, and have never found. the least reason to _ .repent the act, a's my husband is j^in Jpfcpoii nnd; Manners nnlike the ugly, cross, disagreeable, and jealous iiien, who think by1 confining to secure. :M wifeifc; is his maxim to treat as a bosom friond and dompanion, not as a monial, slave, or play thing the woman of liis choice —;——Neither party, lie savs, should alWayp;:.oboy imphdtjy, but yield ' t<f"' o;ioli1 'other in"' turns. An ancient; maiden'aunt, mar seventy, a cheerful, yenemble1,...

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TUMUT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

TUMUT. (FROM OUlt OWN CORRESPONDENT.) John M'Lcnnan, farmer, Brungle, an old fliul highly respected resident, was drowned in Nimbo Creek oil Saturday last. The creek was flooded, and was rising. Deceased had some cattle in a small paddock on the opposite side of the creek, and fearing they might, suffer if the creek rose much higher, had crossed oil a log and let the cattle into a larger paddock. On returning lie fell off the log, and the banks being precipitous, affording no chance of escape, was drowned. The body was recovered on Sunday morning a few yards below the log from which ho fell. An inquest will be held. The -sad event lias caused universal regret throughout the dis trict, deceased being highly esteemed as a kind husband, an indulgent father, and a true friend.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

Holloway's Ointmunt and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles—Unvarying success; attends all who treat diseases according to the simple priutcd directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whoso bashfulneus sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expensD will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing secret infirmities to anyone. Positivk Vurrui«.—The most of the 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. Bjiistol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi* vtivo ... or , aggressive virtue which will not AoleWtV'the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in the human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it always oftccts complete and lasting cures.—Advt, Notices. COMMERCIAL HOT EIi.j ) Wagga Wagga. I N O T I 0 E . i"-...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

" I TEMS OF NEWS. Fuoar what wo can learn no further in formation, of a conclusive nature, has been obtained, regarding the mysterious death of the young man Laynrd. Circumstauccs point suspiciously to certain individuals, but, we understand, 110 evidence sheeting tho murder homo has, as yet, been procured. Still there arc hopes that the event will be cleared up, and the author or authors of it, made to pay the just penalty. Tin: debate which took, place in the Assembly ou Mr. Nelson's motion to have all papers &c., connected with the commu tation to ten years1 imprisonment of the sentence of death passed on Stringer, will be found in another portion of this issue. In our telegraphic column will be found information from Europe of a most interest ing and startling nature. Wk understand that Mr. John Kennedy has sold his farm of 283 acres on Beaver Island, to Messrs. Wilson and M'Calluin of Pomingalarna. The sale was effected through the agency of Mr. A. T. I3oltun, (D.C.H. a...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY, Thursday Nioht. ,By tho winding up of the Australian Direct? Navigation Company, great distress j lias been caused to emigrants who paid their I passages and broko up thoir homes. ! Tho sixth Company of Boyai Engineers has boon ordered in readiness for Fiji. The Emigration returns show a decreaso on last year. The Parliament is beginning to excite national dissatisfaction ; public business is greatly in arrears, and during tho mouth the House has been tho sceno nf. scandalous sceues and personal squabbles on questions of privilege. •• ti\ \ A bill has been introduced "to deal with cases of brutal assault. Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Lowe have severely satirized the Budget. Cardinal Manning is suffering prostration from over-exertion since his return from Home. No dimuuition appears in tho attendance at the Moody and Sanlcoy revival services, The Princess of Wales and other distin guished persons have attended. Dr. Konealy has retracted his charges i again...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

SYDNEY. (l'-ltOJl ovril OWN COlUlESrONDENT.) In tho Assembly on the 16th insfc. after somo business of au unimportant nature, Mr. Davies movccl the adjournment of the House in order to draw attention to an alleged insult or rather series of insults, ho had received 011 tlie previous evening from Mr. Hill, the member for Canterbury, who it appeared had followed liim into the cloak room, and there designated him "a (some thing) and scoundrel," and made use of other language unfit for cars polite. Of course , Mr. Hill gave au explanation, in which he I accused his accuser of insulting hon. mem | bers while in the course of debate, and after j 30 much bombastic language on the part of | cach speaker, tho matter ended, as is invari 1 ably the easo in the unseemly brawl bccom I ing a subject for the public to converse and ! comment upon, without the principal .parties concerned recovering any other satisfaction than tint of knowing they had rendered rthcinsolvcs a laughing-stock out of do...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Mc38vb. Watt (ind Thomson, Coo1cotgc» (long, havo sold 1G head of pure-bred Dur ham bulls, by the well-known Duke of Dcr rimut, to Messrs. Ayro and Martin, of Murtrco station, Darling River, at a high figure. Messrs. W„ If,, M., and Co., agcnt3. Mr. John Hand, of Oura, has sold 100 head vory superior bullocks to Messrs. Terry and Campbell, Messrs. W., II., M., and Co., agents. Mr. Edward Carroll has sold 112 head store cattle, mixed sexes. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., It., ami Co.), agents. Mr. A. G. Jones has purchased from Mr. M'Caughey of Coonong, 12,001) two-tooth wethers, to bo delivered on the 1st Soptem* ber. Mr. G. A. Elliott (P. 11. and Co.) agonts. Tho 3000 breeding ewes, purchased by Mr. A. Rcmmington, for tho executors of the lato Mr. Hardy, of Hardwick, from Mr. John Smith, of Kyamba, will cross tbo bridge this morning. Messrs. W. H» M. and Co., agents. Messrs. Cox and Doubling's station, Tharpointndah, on tho Bulloo River, with 10,000 head of cattle, horses, st...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser " This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to Advise the public, may speak free," MILTON. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

THE " This is Into liberty, wlion frooboru men, Having to Ailvino tlio public,'may sponk /roe," V' : ' iMlLTON. SATURDAY, JUNJ5 20,' 1875. Ii> thero was any ev'idonco wanting, .which it is w'ell-luiowri ib not the caso, to,prove beyond. the possibility of a doubt the pitiable iiicoinpctcncy, not to say alight about 1:11 f: shuffling character, of tlio present Ministry, re ference would only have to bo made to the debate (published elsewhore) which took plaec in the Assembly last week, on the following motion, pro posed by Mr. Nelsox:—-"That an address be presented to the Governor praying that His Excellency will be pleased to cause to be laid upon the table of the House copies of all papers, letters, reports, recommenda tions, and minutes of the Executive Council having reference to the com mutation of the sentence of the mur derer, A\rn-LTAir SxiirxoEn, who was tried at AVagga "Wagga, and convicted of the murder of James Mitciikm,, and sentenced to death." The most partial indiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES B Y AUCTION. Juno 30.—Oko. 1'or.syth — Team of working bul locks, Ac. .Tuly 7.—A T. Boi,ton—Freehold property, Austra Itnii Hotel, 2 o'clock. July 15. — IltcirAiiDsos & "Wukxcii — Mttllngamlra' station, Pitt-strcct, Sydney, 11 o'clock. September 0.—Ettkuhiiank, ISaulkstonk/and Co.; —Pure incrlao raws.

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THE AUSTRALIAN TURF IN 1864 AND 1875. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

THE AUSTRALIAN TURF IN 1864 AND 1875. . (Australasian. J Tn comparing the tur/of ten yoas ago with its present position, wo naturally commence with tlio leading institution, the Victoria Raciug Club, it has had its good times and bad times like ovorytbiing elso, but to judge from tho entries lately made for coming evonts, from the lists of its members, from the large amount of public money run for under its auspicos, and from,-the im provements made at Flomington, its position is uow so well assured and fixed that a long and prosperous career is bofore it. A great measure of this prosperity is duo undoubtedly to the club having had the advantage and bonofit all those long'years of tho .ser vices of its presont secretary, Mr.Bagot, and there can be no question that the financial position of tho club is due principally to his foresight and sagacity in recommending the club to carry out the improvements ho planned, which have rosulted in giving the racing public facilities and convenie...

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ARRIVAL OF [?] SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. SYENEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

ARRIVAL OK IlIIE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. SYENEY, Friday. ;Tho crew of the James Birney wore cap* tared by the natives of llowus Island in the Pacific, one-lialf of them were murdered, and the rest escaped. Hose Sewcll, a whito woman, has been murdered for marrying a negro. . The Beechcr-Tilton was expected to ter minate in June. The Judge refused to take the evidence of Mrs. Tilton, who solemnly avows her innocence.. The editor of a Kanztts paper has fatally shot a brother editor. Extensive whiskey frauds liavo been dis covered at Chicago and other places. The widow of Abraham Lincoln is declared insane. Pensylvania lias been suffering terribly from iircs. The brigantine, Orient, went ashore at Antioste, Island of St. Lawrence; the ma jority of the crew were frozen to death. A revolution broke out at Porfc-An-Prince, Hayti; murders were committed, build* ings lircd, and general disorder reigned until the arrival of English gun-boats. An astounding plot has been discovered by which it wa...

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THE POHLMAN MURDER. (Roma Correspondent of Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

I THE POHLMAN MURDER. (Roma Correspondent of Evening jSrcics.) To the residents of tlio Murrura oidgeo tbo murdor of tbe Pohlman Vothors, hawkers, although it took ico so long ago as 1868, is still fvev'b in tbe public mouiory. Most poisons will remember bow those poor felloiys were set upon, cruelly mur dered, and tben thrown upon the fire, and thou- bodies burnt to asheB ; how their hnwkor's cart was ]iiddeu be tween trees near the road-side below Narandora. And thoy will remom ' bor that after much investigation one of the mon captured, named Campbell, I was executed for the murder. But from the evidence adduced at the trial it was perfectly clear that there wero two or more persons ongagod in the ; murder, and it soon bccaino apparent '/that one person well known had disap peared, and was " wanted." Many ■ersons have boen arrestod on sua cion, but wero discharged, and the no of finding in tho colonies the | ssing man " was nearly given up. 5 >ng my stay in Koma, however, I V ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

FELEGRAPH10 NEWS. [ASSOC/A TED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LOXDOX, Juxe 22. The Pope, in reply to a deputation from the Roman nobles on the anniversary of his coronation, said that the rumours of his reconciliation with the Italian Government (wcro undeserving of mention. The mail via Torres Straits lias been de livered. In ^ the eases of Winter v. Queen and M'Millan v. Queen, wherein the plaintiffs sought to compel the Crown to give them grants of land tinder a certificate according to certain clauses of the Victorian Land Act, the Supreme Court of Victoria gave judg inont 011 13th May, 1874, in favour of de fendants, and 011 the hearing of tho appeal to the Privy Council, judgment has been given ♦against the Crown, with costs. In the ease Ettershank and Glass v. Queen, the appeal by the CVoivn against the decision of the Victorian Court—that Crown grants must bo issued to the assignee of selectors under certificates of clauses in the Land Act, was dismissed without costs. Tu...

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