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LAND AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALES,—1873 AND 1874. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

LAND AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALT5S,—187o AND 1871. Tliero tiro now 3310 moro occupiers of Jancl. • Holdings Jutvo increased 1,035,640 acres, but tlio hind in cultiva tion only 8132 acres. This is a poor proportion; Tho incronso of enclosed lands, 323,005 looks far moro hopeful. Wo Imvo 23,310 freeholders, 4151 free and lonso holdors, and 7GG9 loaso holdors. One-tenth of the whole adult inalo population, thorcforo, may bo considorcd freoliolders of lots of land exceeding one acre. There is n slig-lit increaso in the area under wheat, bar. ley, and oats ; and a heavy incrcaso of aroa under ninizo and sugarcnuo. Of land under potatoos, there is a small decrenso. In tho aggregate wo (iud 8132 more acres under crop than tliero wore Inst returns. In spito of this in crease of the land, the principal crops show n decrease.' Wliont, maize, oats, and potutoos are below last year. Bar ley and sugar are in advance; the latter, by tho returns, considerably so ; but it must bo ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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FINE COUNTRY. (Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

FINE COUNTRY. (Sydney Morning Herald.) News has boon received tlia6 Mul ligan's exploring1 party, which left Cook'town on April 2'J,;. arrived at Junction Creek to-day. They crossed the heads of the Palmor and St, Goovgo Rivers, and passed into the Mitchell between tho junction of tho Hodgkin son aud M'Lood llivera. They found that a good road could easily bo made available). After prospecting for some days, tlio party crossed a granite rauge, running cast, into tho lioad of the Mitchell Hivor, whore they ob tained innumerable colours, but with out payable prospect. Whore they expected to travorse rough country, they found it level, with deep, rich, alluvial soil, well grassed and watered for oTov ttiveo thousand square miles in extent • it was interrupted by mountains furthor south, where ox tonsivo scrubs were discovered, esti mated at over ono hundred and twonty square miles, growing fine cedar and kauri pine. Tho party crossed the main range into tho head of tho Her bert Hivor, ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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DR. BADHAM AND HIS TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

DR. BADHAM AND HIS TOUR. Tlio following letter wo tnko from tho S. M. Herald Some of your renders will bo glad to learn that I met with the Bamo sucoosb at Oorowa and nfc Doniliquin as at Albury. Your extract from the Albury Banner con tains tho very words of tho proposal for tho establishment of a bursary, which I submitted to a public meeting at that placo, and which was unani mously and cordially adopted. The samo proposal was aftorwards laid bo. foro meetings at Corowa and Donili quin, and with liko success. In each of these towns a largo committee of influential persons has boon formed for the purpose of collecting subscriptions from t!io lnndoivr,ors and pastoral tenants in tlio Hnmo nnd -Murray electorates. I purpose, (is booh ns I have lime at my disposal, to visit Wagga Wagga and ]I:iy on tlio saino errand, nnd from all llmt I have licaril and socu, I liavo littlo doubt but tliat boforo long the four llivorinn elector ates will liavo endowed thomselvos with at least ono bur...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourne Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 26 June 1875

.. TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourne Punch.) Oar satirical irieud Punch, of Mel bourne, shows up tbo ridiculous kinds of telegrams that aro too. often sout to papors.in tbo following.manner . ■" European. - £ A proposal of marriage has been made by the Queen to the Pope. Car dinal Manning has objected, mid it is thought that tho proposal will there fore bo withdrawn. Tho Prince of Wales put ou his boots bofpro his pantaloons this morning, and thorp are strange rumours in tho city in oonao queuce. Tho Duke of Edinburgh put some boar's grease on his hair yester day, and diplomatic notos havo passed between tho courts ,of St. Jaiios and' Petorsbugh. War imminont. Mr. Gladstone is at Oxford, studying tho multiplication table. .Ho has. got, ns far as "three times threo aro nine." Baron ltothschild changod balf-a orown, and tbo funds havo fallon. Tho Lord Lieutenant has patronised tho Irish brogue, and it is fashionable in Dublin how. Shoemakers doing' a roaring trade. Tallerman is selling Austr...

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

WANTED. •VTTANTED, a good GENERAL SER VY VANT, for small family, in town. Apply MliS. LARGE, Kincaid-street. WANTED, a YOUTH, behind tlio Counter, who has soino knowledge of business. Apply to Rivoriuo Stores. OJIAS. WALL. ' TANK-SINKERS Wanted, with Horses and Carts. Highest prico given. R. BAND, Mohonga. WANTED, a respeetablo woman,as LAUNDRESS and HOUSE-SER VANT. Apply to MRS. HAMMOND, Juneo. atm.m ANTED, BRICKLAYERS, used to Culvert and Bridge work. Long ; w > working tiino, Eigbt Iiouvb' Apply to DAVIS, Foreman on the Works, downing. A and K. Amos, contractors / the extension of tlio Southern ivaihvny tfkVum Yaaa to Wagga Wagga. neb.li WANTED, good PICK and SHOVEL bands for Earth, and Hammer and Drill hands for Rock Cutting. Long job;! high wages. ;"A. & R. AMOS, contractors for tlio extension of tho Soulhorn Railway from Yilss to Wagga Wagga. SPECIAL NOHCBS. XTOTICK—The establishment of GEO. 1Y FORSYTH & 00. will bo CLOSED nn. THURSDAY, 1st JULY, fop anuual ...

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SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. There was a " sceno" in tlio House of Commons on April 27. The ques tions had been nskod and answered, and shortly before 5, o'clock the gal leries become! filled by ''strangers" anxious to hear the debate on Mr. Chaplin's motion, deprecating the ex port of borsos. The Prince of Wales and a number of peers had just entered the gallery reserved for members of the Upper House, wheu a Mr. Biggar, one. of the .inemhers' returned at the last general election for tho county of Cavan, rose from a bench below the gangway at the Opposition side of the House, and said, " Mr. Speaker, I sco strangers." Loud crics of " Oh, oh,", followed. Tho Speaker rising said, "Am I to understand that tho hon. gentleman tho mombor for Cavan, wishes me to take notice that strangers are present ?" Mr. Biggar replied, "Ifyon please sir;" upon which ho was met with very audible hisses. The Speaker again rose, and (evidently with much roluctnuco) said, "Then I have no alternative bu...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ARE CATHOLICS GOOD CITIZENS? (Freeman's Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

ABB CATHOLICS GOOD CITIZENS? (Freeman's Journal.J Our Protestant friends aro, we regrot to say, easily moved to answer this question in tho nogativo—partly through habit nnd projudico and partly through ignorance of Catholic prin ciples. In a book recently published in England (" Peoco Through tho Truth," by Rov, T. Harpor, S.J.), wo find tho above quostion so fully and briotly answered, that—for tho sake of thoso who wish to know tbo true rela tion of u Catholio to tho Stato—wo publish tho following extract: " The Christian is ushered into a body politic by bnptisn), whoso claims, authority, and put poses are as snporior to those of tho Stiito as tlio interests of eternity and tho en tire government of man's' inner lifo exceed tho inteiosts of time aiid tho partial regulation of inoro external action. It is truo that allegi ance duo to iho other, unless tlio boundary lino should havo been vio lated : becanso each rules'in a distinct order and directs tho actions of men towards a di...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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SQUATTING DODGES. (Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

SQUATTING DODGES. (Australasian.) Another talo of Arcadian simplicity. During tlio terrible drought that pro vailed a fow years ago in Biverina, a well-known squatting firm, which had invested all its large means in develop ing an immense' tract of waterless back-country, was compelled by want of rainfall to let all the sheep wander at largo in search of water. These naturally found thoir way in thousands to a neighbouring statioii which had a river frontage. The owner of the latter—0110 of tho wealthiest men in Now South Wales—professod great sympathy, and assured bis old friendB and neighbours that when tho drought broke ho would have their sheop mus tered and returned. Tho drought did not terminate until tbo back-blocks firm was hopelessly ruined. However, a timo camo whon the back-blocks pooplo arrived to recover thoir sheep. Tho frontago squatter sent out to colloct and bring in lot No. 1 of his sheep, and from theso woro drafted out sevoral hundred of back-blocks sheep. The fr...

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THE SENTENCE OP DEATH PRONOUNCED UPON JESUS CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

THE SENTENCE OP DEATH PRO NOUNCED UPON JESUS CHRIST. The following' is n eopy of tlio most memorable judicial sentence.which has ever been pronounced in tlio ariuala of the world :— Sentenco Pronounced byPontius Piluto, Intendant of tlio Lower Pro vince of Galilee, that Jesus of Nazar eth should suffer death by the cross. In tho seventeenth year of tho reign of tho-Einporor Tiberius, and on tho 24th day of the month of March, in tho most boly city of Jerusalem, during tho pontificate of Annas and Caiaphas. Poniius Pilate, Inlendant of tho Pro vince of Lower Galileo, sitting' to judgment in tho presidential seat of the Prator, sentences Jesus of Nazaretii to death on a cross," betweon robbers, as tho numerous and notorious testimonies of the people prove : 1. Jesus is a misleader. , |V 2. Ho has excited the pooplo to sedition. ' 3.' He is an onomy to tho laws. 4. Ho calls himself.tho Son of God. 5. Ho calls himself falsely King of Israel. C. He went into the temple followed by a muft...

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WO[?]DR. BADHAM AND THE RIVERINE BURSARIES. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

-wri>R, BADHAM AND THE RIVERINE r BURSARIES. (To the Editor of (he Advertiser.) Sin,—I very much regret that circumstances, over which X have no control, havo prevented mo from completing my circuit 011 behalf of the Amalgamated Uivcrina Bursaries by visi ting Hay and Wagga Wagga 011 this trip; ■is I hope to make my appeal to thepeoplo of Wagga Wagga in n very short time, wil j you allow mo to suggest that it would greatly cneoYiYftge my exertions and further my Bjhemo if a Provisional Committee could bo formed in tlio mcanwhilo for collccting sub' Bcriptions in the same way as fchoy are being now collected in tho districts of the Humo and tho Murray. Thero is nothing so successful as success, and if 1 could announco on jtho opening of my proceedings that a certain snm had al ready being collected it would add consider ivblo force to my appeal. { ; ; I encloso the form of proposal submitted at Albury, Corowa, and Deniliquin, and unani mously adoptod by public meetings in those to...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

SANDHUIIST. Messrs. Powers, llutherford and Co, (June 22) report Fat Cuttle.—478 yarded. Fully one-third of the number were stores, and sold as such ; the remainder were good, useful beef, with a fair proportion prime. Tho-iharkcb was ' brisk throughout, at a slight improvement on last week's rates. We quote—Prime beef, 32s (Jd per 1001b ; good to middling, from 25$ to SOa. Fat Sheep.— 2200 penned; consisting almost entirely of Ittveritm sheep from the trucks. The market was brisltj and sales were made at an im provement on late rates. Quotations arc— Wethers, 14s to 17s Gd ; ewes, 8s to 12s. Messrs. Ettershank, Eaglcstone and Co. (Juno 22) report:—Fat Cattle.—478 were yarded. The quality was not so good as those offered last week, but beef brought more per 100 lbs., although the market was not particularly brisk. We quote best quality 30s ; in a few instances it brought higher prices. Fat Sheep.—2,200 were penned j the most wore good and medium quality ; the market was very brisk a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

Tho following selections wore taken lip last Thursday at the olficcs named:—Albuvy— Thomas Alfred George (minor) ISO acrcs, Hovel j Maxey Clifton (minor) 80 acres, Gray; B. M. Bertelson, 40 acres, Bungo wannah ; Edward S. M'Cudden, 100 acres, Wollumba ; Henry Wilson, 100 acrcs, Gcr mauton ; James Crichton, 100 acrcs, German ton j Frederick C. Piggin, 320 acres, Bnrnija; John Young, junior (minor) CO acres, Moor watha; John Cassitly, 01 .j acres, Mullin gandra; Richard O. Jones, 84.^ acres, Jcrra Jerraj Thomas Hanson, 40 acres, Indi; Reuben R. Sheathcr, 1G0 acres, Indi; Wm, R. Shcather (minor) 230 acrcs, Touneal j William Burrows, SO acrcs, Moorwatna j John Daly, 80 acres, Wormagama ; Thomas EvcrcU, 50 acrcs, Moorwatlia; H. Lester, 41 acres, Moovwatha; George S. Strachan, 100 acrcs, 100 acres, JingellicandTahnalmo ; and William H. Dexter, 40 acre?, Mullen gandra. Total, l,99G:j acre?, Gundarjai— James Roberts, 54 acres and 40 acres, Jin dalce; Henry Collcss, 74 acrcs, Tenandra, and 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

Special Advertisements. ; Wool. W PI A.STINGrS CUNING-HAM we. AND CO., nd t- WOOL-BROKERS, v boQTOOK AND STATION AGENTS, awkorAU,STRALASIAN WOOL STORES, v ' i Collins-street "West, './ MELBOUttNE. E bog to notify the Woolgrowors of the . . Murrumbidgco, Lachlan, and Darling (lislricts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cup of Wool, aud also upon approved station securities. Having mado oxtunsive additions to onr already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we aro enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wc have no g1 interest, cither dircctly or indirectly, in the jq.. purchase of any produce, thereby affording . to our constituents the surest guarantee that ittex j.(ic cxfcrcmo market value will at all times Soikc sectircd for their consignments, ]V Our...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

IMPO UN DINGS. Ten-mile Caf.kk.—On tho 17th day of May, 187r>, from Uttle IMllybonp, by Mr. .T. Patterson ; reailver tiscd on account, of error in brands; sum due at date of notice, 12s. Oil.Yellow buy hon>e, mealy muzzle, small star, Uke | (writing M) over FC near shoulder, like C or fi near saddle, saddle-marked, pulled tail, ogcil, lf>* liands. To bo sold at noon on the 1st July. MujinujinunitAii.—On the IHh clay of .Time, 1876, from Nimby, by J. 15. Donkin, Ksij., sum <lue at dato of notice (12th June), Oa. Od. each lloan strawberry cow, ^ over M jiear rump, near car marked ; whlto. bullock, red neck and jaws, near ear marked, samo brands, cocked horns. To be sold on tho 1st July.

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APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

APPROACHING LAND SALES. c Crown land8 havo been advertised in the Government OctZ'Me, for sale at tlie under mentioned places and dates :— ConowA— Juno 30. ISO. Uiiaka- Jtine 30.

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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

BRISBANE AND TORRES STKAIT8. AIiniVKS 8YDNKV. 'LRAVES '8YDNF.Y.' Friday 8 January 1870 Saturday 2 January 187G , f> February „ „ 30 „ „ ,, r» March ,, ,, 27 February „ Tlmrs. 1 April . „ 27 March „

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

11 [VISIi. GAUGE. Showing the height of the MurrmnWdgcc" above summer level .'vt NVagga Wagga:— Ft. hi. June 20 (stationary).. .. .... 2a 4 Aa Gundagai yesterday evening the river was 2L feet above Rummer level, and falling.

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MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

MELBOURNE AND GALLR . LKAVK SVDNEY. ' ARRIVE via TJrlntlisi ■ONBON. via Southampton. Sun. 24 Jon. 1875 ,, 21 Feb. „ „ 21 Mar. „ Fri. 10 Apl. ,, ,, 14 May „ ,, 11 Juno „ Mon. 16 Mar. 1875 „ 12 Apl. „ „ 10 May ,, „ 7 Juno,, „ 5 July „ ,, 2 Aug. „ Mon. 22 Mar. 1875 „ 10 Apl. „ „ 17 May „ „ 14 Juno „ „ 12 July „ „ 1) Aug. „ I.VAVE I via Southampton ONDON. via BrindlsL AltltlVE SYDNEY". Thar. 10 Nov. 1874 17Dcc. „ 14 Jan. I87f 11 Feb. „ 11 Mar. „ 8 Apl. „ Fri. 27 Nov. 1874 „ 25 Dcc, ,, 22 Jan'.: 187) „ 10 Feb. „ „ 10 Mar. „ „ 10 Apl. „ Sat. 10 Jon. 1875 „ 13 Feb. , „ ,,'13 Mar.1 „ „ 10 Apl. „ 8 May „ fiJuno „

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UOTION. «Tuly 7»— A. T. Uoi.ton*—Freehold property, Austra lian Hotel, 2 o'clock. July 15.—KroirAiuwoN Ai Wnnscii — Mullngandra 'station, l'ltt-strect, Sydney, 11 o'clock. .September 0.—KrrEnHiiANK, JSaulv-stonr, and Co. —Pure merino rains.

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

ENGLISH MAILS. [For the convenience of our readers we publish below the arrivals and departures during the current half year of the mails via San Francisco, Gallc, and Torres Straits, to .Europe, India, China, and America. It is known, wo presume, that these mails close hero two days before closing day in Sydney and Melbourne, and qrrivo two days after delivery at these places.—Ed. W. W. A.] VIA SAN FUANCISCO. J.EA.VE HYDNKY. AKItlVK LONDON. Saturday, Jan. 10, 1876. * .. Feb. 33 „ Mar. 33 „ „ Apr. 10 „ „ May 8 „ .• ,, . Juno , ft ,, „ July 3 ,, Mon ay, Mur. 8, 1875. . April ft „ May 3 „ 31 „ Juno 28 „. July 20 ; „ Aug. 23 „ LKAVE LONDON. AIMUVE SYDNEY. Tuesday, Dec. 1ft, 1874. 'Jan. 12, 1875. ..Feb. 0 „• ;; /Mar. ,, April 0 „ „ May 4 „ „ Juno 1' „ „ ». 20 „ July 27 „ Thursday, Jnn. 7, 1876. Feb. 4 „ „ / .Mar. 4 . „ . Saturday, 'April 4 . ; ,, May 1 „ ' 20 „ /, June 20 ,. July 24 „ " ?i .. ,, fecp. 18 „

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