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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

STOCK AND STATION llliPOltTfS. Y A S8. Messrs. Jones and Broughton (Juno 10) report:—Fat Cattle.—The demand is good, and a few pens can be readily disposed of. *Ve quote- Bullocks, £G 10b to£8 103 ; cows, ;C5 10s to ;C7. Store Cattle.—Wo have no sales to report ; have buyers for any number of bullocks for paddocking, and those suit* able would command high prices. We quote —Bullocks, ;C4 10a to £5 10s ; cows, ;C3 to £4. Fat Sheep.—We have several trans actions pending, but, owing to the continu ous rain, buyers will not inspect, and sellers refuse to have fclieir sheep disturbed. Wc quote—Wcddcrs. full weight, at lis to 12s. Store Sheep.—The demand for maiden ewes is urgent, and wc could place many thous ands at once, both of line wool and cross* bred. Wc quote—Ewes, Gs Gd to 0s Gd ; maidens, 10s Gd to 12s ; wcddcrs from 7s Gd to 8s Gd. Horses.—Heavy draught horses, and stylish buggy and saddle horses aro en quired after, and re.iliao fair prices. Our sales, on Saturday, were a few ...

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

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed oil fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued 011 .ill tlie Branches and Agoncios in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand j also, on England, Ireland, andScotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wngga, 28th September, 18G8. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING *. COMPANY OP SYDNEY. YVAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. ^ DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts,; Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Bates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved: Security, and all other usual Bunking Busi ness Transacted. The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches nnd Agon* cics throughout NEW SOUTII WALES, VICTOIUA. QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. INSURANCE. The atjstbaijan alliance ASSURANCE COMPANY. :. , Established for Firo and Marina Insurance, AssurancesoE Lives, and ...

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

COOMA. Mr. J. J. Howell reports (.Tunc 13)i IVifc Uattlc.~The few yarded this week wore inferior. "'Market firm at late rates. Storo Cattle.—! sold this week. 011 account of Mr. A. M'Keaqhnie. of Gudjenby, to Mr. W. Kiss, of Bobundarab, 501) bullocks at satis factory figures. Theso bullocks are for the Gipps Land market, and are said to be one of tho finest lots drafted for that market this season! Sheep.—No sales to report this week. X have several large lots of ■wethers under offer. Horses.—I sold at auction 011 Thursday a lot of draught and saddle horses from £2 2a to &7 also a pair of plough horses at £20.

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

y.OUNG. Messrs. Robinson and Besnard report (Jujio 25):—Fat Stock.—Few lots are offer ing of either class. We have no sales to report. Store Cattle.—We. have to-day given the offer of 5U0 cows, to bo inspected 011 Tuesday next, and have several lots of youug cattle 011 our boohs, of which we in vito inspection. Store Sheep.—The demand still contiimcs for young sheep. We sold for Mr. J. C. Foratcr of Corumby, to Mr. C. J. Ingrey, Grenfell, 500 wethers, and have offered to same purchaser the remainder of Mr. Forster's flocks. Stations.—Wc have several nice blocks in the Wellington district also some Lachlau properties now under offer. Messrs. Brock and Broughton report {June 25) :—Fat Cattle.—There is still a demand for local requirements ; prime lots arc very Bcarce, and would realise very high rates. Quotations—Bullocks, ;C7 10s to £8 10sj cows, £G to £7. Store Cattle.—There beiifff every prospect of a good season, the demand for store cattle is becoming more brisk. We have about ,3...

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

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. I T i M H TABLE ............ - ••-Qj.-YiiE _ ARRIVAL and despatch of mails. AIII11VA1.M. Tnrcutta Juncc .. . Ynfi-s .. • DenHiquln - Huii.TMoik|"Tuc.'|'W<i(t'[Tlm. | Frt. 1Sat. !i sol '

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

ALBURY. [mem oun own couhe3Ponj)hnt]. The dullness produced. by tbo inelomeul •stato of tlio'WoatlioV'1i«8'-.boon relieved by. ; ; ^\blic iucotwgs ^ M ; •' public meetings during the past .week. . A ■ ■ largo placard informed\tlioypeoplc, of Albury that an •'evangelist" Mould lecture in tho Mechanics' Institute. on\various, ilioly topics, nnd at tho conclusion Bingono oflhe "Saiikoy": -favorite songs. • Xjilud..noui*oppr^..of vtbe.iuepfc- • P ing in tho loeal journals, and* X cannot say, whotlior • ' thecdifying^iutention Intel , been . carried out or Slot, but' even if it "\\ ere noL T liopo fclio public .umy-be put. to nomoiechs: • agreeable1 disappointment: during ;-tlie next twelve months. A public ,meeting did take place ■in. buhalf ,• of.. Mr. J"oaclnm. ( This Joachim-O'Sluvnuasy affair is becoming a posi* ' tivo amioyanco. .The position of thoLColony of ■ Mow' South'Wales. at ■ tins presentmoment, is most humiliating. - Tho colony has llie namo of responsible government, it h...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE EXECUTIVE AND STRINGER. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

OHIGINA L CQlt RESPOND UNOU. , THE EXECUTIVE AND STRINGER. ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) t Sin,—I havo noticed the comments which ■ havo appeared in your journal, aud > tlio ti» action , taken in tliQ Legislative Assembly!-, with reference to the; commutation of Stringer's scutenco. X quite agreo with you that the act of Stringer in tho murder of . : poor Mitchell was unprovoked, cowardly, ,. and brutal, and that tho commutation of the , sentence passed upon him—"Death without; hope of mercy "—to ten years imprisonment, is a corrupt charity, which tho justice of the case condemns, and is an outrage upon tho security and moral interests: of tho public. , Why, sir, tlio acts and expressed intentions . o£ this man were perluct'iy fiendish compared witli ftlie worst deeds of tlio malefactor Gardiner. The onanover took human liiu, and was fully acquitted of over having dono,, j > so, whilst tlvo other perpetrated a foul murder, and liad mcilitatod, and planned to .' commit ot...

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

WANTED. Tr^ANTED, ft good GENEltAL SEll • VV ' • VANT, for small family, .in town;.' Apply MRS, LARGE, Kincaid-strccfc. TTTA NTED, :a : YOUTH, :hehiridv.thc f VYr/ Counter,1 who has somo knowledge • of business;: Anply to; Riverine • Stores,' Oil AS "WALL ntn c >VTT A N X;E I)j* a -respectable woman,- as VV LAUNDRESS ami HOUSE-SER VANT. Apply-to (M US. HAMMOND, Junce. ,i , . N .*>»<« fttin.'i TYTANTED, BRICKLAYERS,, used to VV' Culvert, and Bridge: work. Long job j. working time, Eight bourse Apply to HUGH DAVIS, Foreman' on the Works, near BownniR. A aiuVR. Amos, contractors for'tho extension- or tho Southern -Railway • from Yass fco Wflgga Wagga. * \. . . - ' ■ neb h -TTTANTED, good PICK and SHOVEL VV 1 hands for Earth, and Hammer and .Drill hands for Rock Cutting. . Long job j high wages. A. & II. AMOS, contractors for* the extension of tho Southern Railway from Yass to Wagga Wagga. • ■ ■1 . . -V - ' " ■ aco.b 'SPECIAL' NOTICES. ■ ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. TTvIV...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

CUJfGEOOJfG, G'OOTAMUNDRA. v-j [I'liOJt Otfll OWN- COItHUaPONBliNT."! ' " :J Wo lifive had an almost incessant; down pour sinco my Inst letter; the busli in all directions is extremely soft and boggy. .,,-. The works on the Railway Linu bayo of necessity been stopped in tbo 'Muck not thick Cuttings)' through the inability of the men to work aukle deep in mud and water. Intho Stone Cuttings it is not much better,' in fact I heard they are to bo stopped for tho present, as the contractors have been losing money of late, by employing day labour, and it has been found very difficult to get."subs " at.' the price per yard offered. The principal work to bo carried on will bo clearing, ditching, and side cutting, I hear it is tho intention of the contractors to establish a brickyard in this neighbourhood, and also to commence work at the Wagga end as soon as the weather permits. Four .thousand sheep, mixed sexes,, be longing -to Mr. J. It. Shccban, of Jugiong, cii route for. Wagga, were st...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ASSOCIATION PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

r TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ; iASSOaiATUD -PSESS TEliWB£&IS,% f. : LATEST BY CABLE.' ! LONDON, Juxu 2G. ■ i By disastrous inundations of tlic G-aronno, at/Toulonse; a liuwdrcd -per sons havoliucu drowned. • The details of the inundations of the Garonuo arc most heartrending ; , 215 corpses liavo been found, and tliere has been immense destruction of pro perty, while 20,000 persons liavo boon rendered .destitute .by tlio disaster. Tlio Marshal-President has gone to Toulouse to afford succour. . . •' The Court of Appeal has convicted Count Arnim of unlawfully' removing: documents from tlio, archives of • the Embassy at Paris, whilo lio wis-am bassador to iliVanco,' and has' affirmed the sontenco of nino months' imprison ment.' - i Money is easier, and tlio bank rate is' 3-J- per ccnt. ' '.Trade is depressed, but confidence is slowly reviving. : ' AVheat.is firmer, owiug to the un favourable reports of the l'Voncli and ■American. hai'vost;prospecta. C'oppor and tin are quiet. Arrived.-...

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free," MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

THE . '".This is truo liberty, when frcehorn incn, Having to culvlec the public, mny speak free," i J- ••• ' i • 'Milton. WEDNESDAY, • JUNE . 30, 1875. Arairouoit one frequently Hears com plaints mailc of the decadonce of the power of the pulpit, one quite as ; frequently loams, through the medium of the Press, of the great' advances Christianity is making among tho savages of the earth. This being: the case, there can he hut one solution come to regarding the matter of theo logical touching at the present time, and that is tli*.it the more civilised and intellectual people become the less value they place upon the preaching of those who arc called upon to inculcate the lessons of tho Great Master. Hard as it may be for some to believe this, it is nevertheless, and unfortu-, nately, too truo. And, wo ask in all good faith, is this state of affairs to be wondered at, when the matter is ex amined into in an impartial and honest manner ? AVo think the answer will bo given in the negati...

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EXHIBITION FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

]5XII IB1TI0N FEEDING. Tlio prnclieo of feeding up entile for exhibition until they are hardly nblo 1.0 move under t ho weight of fa I lliey carry is beginning to excite. adverso comment hnlli in England and Ame rica. Tlio following amusing descrip tion of tho tricks often resorted to with theso "got-up" prize-takors is from a correspondout of tho Now Y6rk> Tribune, who signs himself " lle penlant Bluo llibbon":—" ' I could a talo unfold' how Jones's rani, or Smith's cow, or Itobinson's bull took that premium, that woold make Brown open his eyes in astonishment. Brown wondered why his Cotswold's fleece was so raw and liursh after it had been washed with soap and warm water, but ho did not dream as ho snoozed in tho next pen upon the straw tliut long before daylight Jones had rubbed his ram's fleeco with yollow ochre nnd so gave it a rich colour,; soft greasy feel, and a lustre that charmed the judges and took them by storm in a moment. Atid ho docs not know to this day that Smith...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Wb bear tliat Mr. George Smithy of Jima long, has bought G000 4-tooth wothers from Mr. S. McCaughey, of Coonong. Belivory to bo made on tho 1st September. t The sale of tho Limn eatato and station near Benalla, tho proporty of Mr. W. M'Kellar, to Messrs. Samuel Wilson anil Co. is roportud. Tho estate comprises 10,287 acres purchased land, and with it Wcro sold tho right of run, 11,075 alieep, liG cattle, and 20 horses, tho total purchano monoy being ;G2(i,8G2 3s. Otl. Drovers should read tho following and bo careful, taking warning in duo time, for ancient acts are vapidly being resuscitated :— "A drover was lined in the Cooina police* court 20a,, with tho alternative o£ being placed in tho stocks, for driving a mob oj cattle on the Sabbath." At a meeting of the lvivcrina Pastoral Society held recently at Jerildcrie, tbo fol lowing oiiico-bearcrs were elected for. tho cusuing year: — Secretary, Mr.. Brott; Treasurer, Mr. M 'Lean; President, Mr.-' George Pcppin j Vicc-...

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

Positive Vrivruiw.—Tho most of tho so* culled great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, which, while it may not often cure disease, will seldom endanger life. Bmstol's Saraaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerato tho prescnco of disease or impure blood or humours in tho human systems where it is used, and thus it is that it always eftccta complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Holloway's Ointment and Pillh.— Ab scesses, Erysipclan, Piles—Unvarying success attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They are invaluablo to tho young and timid, whoso bashfnlnens sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trilling expenso will enable tho most diflidont to conduct any case to a happy issuo without exposing accrot infirmities to auyonc.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

ITEMS OF NliII',5, Till? weal her *incc our last issue 1ms been extremely fine, bright days, with a bracing atmosphere, and clear frosty nights ruling. Tho rainfall of last week filled all tho creeks and water-courses to over-flowing, and our mail deliveries Imve been subjected io serious interruption in consequence. Tho river at sun-down yesterday evening registered 28ft. •lin., and was stationary. From Gundagai the latest telegram received here was at. about 11 o'clock yesterday morning, when we learned that the river there was 21ft falling. Wu learn on good authority that another and what appears te bo a strong clue, has boon discovered with referonco to tho mur der of Lnyard ; but \vc arc not at liberty to give any particulars .it present. It is to bo hoped, however, that tho author of tho atrocious crime in question will be brought to justieo, even though ib is quite possiblo he may eventually cscapo with a short term of imprisonment. Ox our fourth page will lie found .1 letter...

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THE LARGEST HOTEL IN THE WOULD. (Berlin Zeitung.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

THE LARGEST HOTEL IN THE , WOULD.. ; . (Berlin Zeilmuj.) - Tho lutest Araoi'icnu progress in building- will bo the Mammoth Hotol, soou to bo orocted in, Chicago... This enormous hotel is lo have a frontage of of three Euglish miles, nnd a depth of Bix miles. ,Tho boight of. sevonty sovon stories will measuro 3810 foot from tho ground floor to tho l'onf, Tho hotol will liavo no stairs, but fiOO bal loons will always bo ready to tako visitors to thoir rooms. No room waitors are to bo employed, bat visitors will be served by a nowly-invented automatic, put in every bedroom, which will do all tho shaving, shampooing, for tho guests—a very simple mid ingonino mechanism. Suppossng tho guest requires hot water, tho auto miitie will bo able to call down stairs "Abuckofc of hot water lip to room niimbei' ono million three tliousnud 0110 hundred and sovon, and tho water will bo up iu sovon seconds by tho patent olevator. Ono half-hour boforo "tablo 'cl bote," instead of tho ringing of bells, ...

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PRESENT COMMERCIAL MORALITY. (British Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 30 June 1875

PRESENT COMMERCIAL MORALITY. (British Mail.) Young ladios display shoddy on their heads, whilo young men cram their brains with shoddy for examina tions. • So that if this state of things continues, wo bid fair to becomo a people among whom nothing will he real, but all deception. Wo may ask, as did Artomus Ward, " Why is this thus, and why this tbusness ? " and thoirpply must be that wo bavo begun to look upon money as the ono only good, and to regard it as did Potor Schlemihl, as moro valuablo evori than than his shadow. Tho British nation had a shadow, or rather a bright re flection, which had spread over the whole commercial world from their solid honour and probity, a reputation wliicb tlioy have now gono far to lose in making haste to be rich. Verily, " they that make baato to be rich pierco themselves through with many sorrows." Tho result of the wide spread introduction of shoddy is that now ovoryone ' begins, to recognise, it, and to suspbct that tho purest gold is bnt base...

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

Notices. c£5. CCOHTIIORN is pending largo quantities • of Drapery in £5 Bales, carriage free, to nil parts of the colony, 011 receipt of i£5 in stamps, notes, gold, or post-oflIco order. "WINTER £5 BALE. Ono pair of Superfine "Witney Blankets, largo aizo One Wliito Marcella Quilt, for largo bed Ten yards Best Unbleached Sheeting, 2 yards wide Twenty yards Best Unbleached Calico Twelve yards Beat Cotton Tick Ten yards fine or Heavy Welsh Flannel Twenty yards Dark Strong Tweed for "Winter Dress Six yards Manchester Tweed for Strapping or Boys' Wear. MEN'S £5 CLOTHING BALE. Ono pair Best Moleskin Trousers, any size One pair Tweed Trowsors, suitable for saddle, any size One Superfine Black Cloth or Tweed Coat, any size Three All-Wool Crimean Shirts. large sizes Thrceextra-slze Colored Cotton Shirts,1washing pattern One Soft Felt Ilat, good quality Six pairs Large Cotton Socks, strong Six White Handkerchiefs, with Colored Borders One Elastic Belt or pair of Braces. Also £o Bales of Under...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

'/MrOUNDINGS. . Tkn-Mims CnnEK.—On 18th Juno, 1875, from Kildrumy, by Mr. James Lawaona :-s»m duo nfc date of notice, set aftor onch animal IJrown horse, small star, meaty muzzle, like 22 near neck, like 1?C or G over like No. ei near shoulder, has had a sore back, saddle-marked, o(f hind foot white, long tail, nged, 15J hands : 12s. Oil. Also. on the 21st day of June, from Littlo Uillybong, by "William Williams, Esq., J.l\ :-Yellow-bay nnvrc. star, streak and snip, liko Z put^on twico near shoulder, like 2 or It off shoulder, brands or scars under near saddle, broken* In- pulled tall. ft years, 15 V hands, Os. yd.; bay filly, largo star, liko Jit conjoined nt top over 5 near shoulder, draught breed, unbroken, long tail, 3 years, 15} hands, Os. 3d. ; bay mare, star, nfiar shoulder like JPL over HO gray marks under saddlo, a little white hlud feet, broKen-ln, pulled tall, aged, 15^ hands, Os. 3d. To be sold 15th July. Juaioso.—On the 10th day of Jnno, 1875, from Gobarralong, from Mr....

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