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MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
- / MELBOURNE AND GAL^E/ \ LBAVE 8YDNKV. AHRIVE via ,Drinclisi: • • LONDON. via Southampton. Sun.24Jnn.1875 • if 21 Feb. „ ' 21 Mar. rrl lOApl „ •„ >14 May-'. /, 11 Juno Nton. 15 Mar. 1876 „ 12 Apl. „ 10 Mjy ,, „ •' '1>2 Atlffi n Moil. 22 Mar. 1875 „ lOApl. „ 17 May; „ „ ; 14 Jnno „ „ ■ 12 July: „ „ ' 0 Auf. „ lkaa r r vlft Southampton. ONDO.V." " . via Brlndlsi; - ARUIVe 8VDNUV. Tliur. 101^6^.1874 '* 17iDec..:i'J,'" ' :V;14 Jan. 1876 11 Tob „ 11 Mar „ 6 Apl „ Vel 27 Nov.' 1874 25 Dec: „ ,i ' 22.Jan. 187f 10 Feb. ',,-10 Mar. „ „ 10 Apl. „ Sn t. 10 Jan.il875 iy Feb.. „ 13 Mnr. „ 10 Apl. „ 8 May „ . CJune „
ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
ENGLISH MAILS; ;; [For the convenience of our-readers lwe publish below the arrivals and departures during the current half year of the mails via San Francisco, Galle, and Torres Straits, to Europe, India, China, and America. It is known, we presume, that these "mails close here two days before closing day in Sydney, and Melbourne, aud arrive, two days after delivery at these places.—Ed. >V. \Y. A.] VIA SAN FRANCISCO, I.EAVI5 Hi'DNKV. " ' AltniVB LONDON. Saturday, Jan. 10, 1875. Feb. IS „ „ Mftr. 13 „ ,, Apr.. 10 „ „ . •. May 8 „ ■,;r\ ;Juno *5 ^ „r" . „ July (3 ' „ Monday, Mar. 8, (1875. „ April :f> „ „ May 3 ! „ „ .81 : „ „ Juno 28 i „ \\ %\ July^ 20 i „ •„ J- Aug." 23 ( „ LBAVK J.ONIJON. . AIUHVB 8YDNBY, •> V; Tuesday, Doc, .15, ,1874. „ , Jnn. 12, 1875. ,, Feb. 0 „ Mar.: 0 . „ „ April 0. „ • „ ..-May>. >4"-.'.l, „ Juno -1 „ . ,• 20 „ July -27 „ Thursday, Jan. 7. 1876. V * ji.? Feb. • 4 • „ • Mar. 4.: „ Saturday, April 4 • y „ May 1 „ ■ ' Juno 20 ' !!' * . July 21 ...
DEPARTURES [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
DEPARTURES . ( For r?t Sun. Mon. l'ue; Wed Tim. l-'ri. Sat. p.wi; p.m. p.m. p.m. p.mi p.m. Sydney.. ,. 3 0 3 ir» 2 45 3 16 2 4r> 3 15 TnrcutU 3 0 3'15 -2 45 2.45 Junco . .. 3 15 3 15 Yftss .. .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 DenlHquIn .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 -.1, i 10 45 Urnnn ... J ', '.1 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 40 Jlfty ;2 0 2*0 Narandera /. 2 0 am. 'am. !2- 0 tun. a.m. ti.m. Albury.. .. 0.0 do 0 0 0 0 G -- 0 0 0 Cookjuidlim.. 0 0 0 0 O'O i'o •-0 0 JO o, 0 0 0 Clarendon .. 5 45 f> 45
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Fat Cattle.—1312 lieatl wore cntorcd for ■ the week's supply, and gold to-day, tlio bulk of winch wore of good and prime quality, and tlio balance of middling description. Thoro j wis a good attendance of town and country buyers, and nlthough>ale.s fluctuated, on the | arerago an advance on late quotations of about 10s per head maybe quoted. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £12 10a to £14; extra, to £15 17s Gd ; good do, from £10 10s to £11 10s ; Eceond do, frm £0 to £10 \ in ferior do, from £7 10a. Messrs. jUichard Gibson nntl Co. sold 130 bullocks for Mr William I'cnvaow, of Kilmftt\y-iwrlc,-at fT0HV| £0 15s to £13 2s'.Oil, averaging £10 lCs ; b 1 bullocks o£ liio favourite EF ' "l Mossr.-'. Robertson J3ros., Colnc, nt from £9 15s lo flu 7b. Oil, tho.top l>i'» Wing knocked down lo Mr. M; Smnpford, Spenecr-stra^ station-bml* »vorngi,.8 £15 &lt;fe, »U round £U 8s ; 01. bullocks for Mr. Alexander &mith, Lindcnow, nt, from £10 to £...
FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
; TOST OFFICE, WAG6A WAGGA. TIME TABLE ... OF TUB AllltlVAL AND DESX»ATCII,;OF.:jLULS. &lt; AIUIIVALH. - From . Bun. Mon. Tuo. Wert Thu. Frl; Sat. a.m. a.m. a.m. n.m. ft.ni. a.m. a.m. 8y&lt;lnoy..-: .. 0 46 9-0 0; 0 •0 45 i/,45 0 0 Tarcutta ... 0 45 0 4ft 0 45 Junco .. .. 0 0 .0 0 ft 0 Vnss .. .. 0. 0 ; 0/ 0 0 0 Dcnlliriuin .. 11.30 11 30 11 30 11 30 Vrnna . .; .. U 30 11 30 11 30 11 30 Jlay .. •8*30 8 30 NArftndcm .. 8 30 8 30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. j>.m. p.m. Albury...;,.. .7 0 70 7 0 7 0 7 n 7 0 7 0 Cookantllnft.'. 7 0 ,7, ,0 7 0 ;7. :o 7.!0 7\0 7 0 Clarendon .. 0 80 n 30
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Hastings Cunningham and Co. ro* port:—Wool.-r-This market, is firm,. through the amount of business, iransacted is .very limited, tlio supply being as usual at fcliis timo of tlio year oxeecdingly small. Lois of all descriptions when offored, find ready sale at fully lato rates. - Sheepskins.—rTherb is littlo alteration in tho value of thpso goods, but we l\avo found competition rathor languid, and a downward tendency is observable,, especially in dry skins. Wo quofco butchers' green skins 4s to 78 each j dry skins, 3s to 5s Gd: and station lots, d-d. to 7£d j superior up to 8d per lb. Hides,—At oivr regular sales through the pnst week wo have hud full attendances of 'buyers, but there is no disposition to advancc upon last week's priccs. AVe lmvc sold green oxhides 25s to 8ds each j cowhidc3 17s to 2-isj salted, did to 5d per lb ; Now Zealand do., calfskins arc dull of salo-at Gd to7d per lb. Tullow.—At our last sale of this produce the priccs were so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
WANTED; WANTED, a YOtJTH, behind tho' Counter, who baa sorao, knowledge of business Apply to Riverine Stores. CHAS. WALL. :.V - • ' - Isto.C' • •' WANTED, MEN, witKTEAMS/ to erect 15 miles of Fenciiig, Apply to M. COMANS, Combaning ; or to WILKIN SON, HANN, MINCHIN,,& CO.,. Agents,* Wagga. ' r • • t.ft ' WANTED, HOUSEMAID and'LAUN DllESS. Apply Belmorc House. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. THE steamer VICTO RIA willleave Echuea for Wagga Wagga, calling at interme diate places, on or about FRIDAY NEXT, the 9th inst. For Freight, Passage, &c., apply to R. B. WRATHALL, Secretary, or to MESSRS. WM. M'CULLOCH and CO., Agents, Echuea and Melbourne. Wagga Wagga, July 2, 1875. SOUTH WAGGA WAGGA. IMPOUNDED, from Gumly Gumly, by J. Donnelly, Esq.j expenses to date, lOs;: - Orio Bay Mare, poor, illegible braud near; shoulder, • ? Re-advertised, fresh brand appearing.:,.: , y Oue Red and White Spotted Cow, like R in' circle off rump, faint ofTthigb, 0 near rump. Unless rel...
ANTWERP WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
ANTWERP WOOL KEPOllT. Messrs. Konard Bros, and Co. roport (May 14):—Wool.—Our last advices woro dated ICtli April, Sinco then our second scrios of publio sales opened - on tho 21st and closed on tho 30th of tho same month. Tho quanti ties catalogued comprised 18,502 bales of South American wools, 479 bales of Cape, 324 bales of Sydney and Port Phillip, and 003 bales of sundries. Of this quautity 10,525 bales found purchasers. Tho sales woro well attended, and a brisk tone pre vailed from tho first. Although prices nro considered rather higher than tho stato of trado warrants, no hesitation was shown in tho biddings and tho rates, whioh woro at tho openiug on a level with thoso paid in February, grow firmer as tho sales pro gressed, until a riso of fully Old per lb wns established. A few lots of Svdnnv anil Port Phillip wools wore offered at theso sales, composed principally of greasy, fleece, and pieces nnd locks. Although the selection was suiall, tho competition was brisk, and tho...
DISTRICT COURT CAUSE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
DISTRICT COURT CAUSE LIST. 1. C. Corthoriiv. A. L. Godkin, goods sold, £1 Os. 9d. 2. Hcctor Gillies v. Malcolm Gillies, wrong ful detention of property, £200. 3. Settled. 4. G. Forsytli and Co. v. G. Snrith, goods Bold, £25 10a. 5d. 5. Roberts and Copland v. M'Connell, goods sold, £24 153. lid. G. G, Forsyth and Co. v. J. Roach, goods sold, £9 5a 4d. 7. U. Fors) tli and Co. v. A. McConnell, goods sold, £22 Sa. S. F. Roper v. G-. Longmore, goods sold, £41 14s. 9d. 9. Charles Wall v. A., McConnell, goods sold, £31 Is. 3d. 10. Consent. 11. Georgo Orford v.C. Eilghill, monoy had, and received, £120 0s. 6d. » . 12. E. L, Bruce v. J. F, Jenkins, breach of: contract, £30. « i 13. Gcorgo Forsyth and Co. v. J. Crowloy, goods sold, £74 15s. 10d.. •> im 14. George Mair v. W. G. Elwyn,; ront of ..land, £179 19a. 2d. 15. John Neill v. Edward Hollo way,'.work ; and labor,:£G3 8s. Id. . >« ^ - j IG. Settled. , ; I,, , .r- -v. • 17. F. H. Nixon v. E. Shaw, work and labors £54 Gs. 2d., * 1&...
LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
. LONDON WOOL ltEPORT. Messrs. Helmuth Schwartz ami Co. say : The position of the market remains un changed. Opening rates aro fully sustained, and there is, if anything, an increase in the animation. While for the bulk of the wools the best March rates continue an accurate standard, some descriptions sliow an itn provemont. This is the case with oxtra fine Port Philip fleece, of which somo flocks lfavo been sold with good results ; also with the better class of Sydney fleece, and in fact generally with wools possessing breed and quality. The condition of the fine merino trade in France is still very depressed, find manufacturers arc not without stocks of fine wool- But there is more disposition among them to operate than there was in March, partly probably because the rates have been found moderate, and partly also because this scries.offers the last supply of this class of wool for the present season. The bulk of greasy, scourod and fleece descriptions solls^ withoutrchange, but v...
COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
•GODRT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. The sittings of .this Court wore opened by liia Honor Judge Forbes on Thursday mora* ing. Matthew Ryan was charged with uttering a certain coin knowing it to be baso. Mr, Murray acted as Crown Prosecutor, . . UTTBRING SPURIOUS (JOIN, ' Mr. Murray stated the ease and called William Flaimcry, a constable, stationed at Narandora, who being eworn said that ho ar . rested tho prisoner on the 15th May, and that lio was given into his charge by Mr. Nolan. Prisoner was then slightly under the in ,iluenco of drink. Charged him with uttering s' baso coin, that now produced- Prisoner said if witness would let him go ho would mako it all right. James Nolan, a carpenter, rosidiug at Uraua, stated that he remembered the day wlion ho gavo prisoner in charge. On that day witness was assisting in tlio Urana ' Hotel bar during the races. Prisoner was drinking there. IIo called for two drinks about ton o'clock in tho morning, when wit ness asked him for a shilling. Tho pris...
LONDON PRESERVED MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
LONDON PRESERVED MEAT MARKET. . The Australian Meat Agency (Tallerman's) Co. Limited,1 report-A quiet steady trade has been done' 'luring the mouth, the low nibes -ruling having brought buyers into the •market.' Prices for all goods are lower than at last departure of mail ; G lb. and 4 lb. mutton have bnen sold at 44d. The impor tations for tho month have been—from Aus tralia and New Zealand, 1G, 733; America and other ports, 8,799; total, 25,572 cases; showing ah increase on last month of 3,713 cases.,, i .
SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
SYDNEY. (from our own 'correspondent.) . ! In ;tlio LegiBlfttivo CouncU on tlio 23rd ult., after several measures of minor import ance had been dealt;. with, the House pro-/ ceedcd to take the Lands Act Amendment Bill into consideration in committee,* and clauso 1 occupied attention foe tho whole of the remainder of tho sitting, various exten sive alterations being made. In tho Assembly on the samo day, after the usual formal business had been transacted, tho Stamps Duties Bill was further considered in com mittee, when some discussion took place relative to the taxation of assuranco policies, which, it;.was alleged, had no right to bo taxed at a uniform rate, but rather according to value. This led to a more modified system of taxation than that originally pro posed by tho bill. On tho following day tho only business transacted in tho Council was in relation to tho Medical Dill, which measure may bo considered to be virtually sholvod for this Session, which result arose from tho st...
STOCK AND WOOL REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
STOCK AND WOOL REPORTS. Aj>yk2it]skr Office, Friday Kveniiig. " Tub wentlicr has remained throughout the week, as at the (late of our last report, dry, with morning fogs, .and clear, frosty night;:. ■From our exchanges wo learn that at Dubbo the weather Jias been fine, and the Despatch says that stock arc beginning to look remark ably well—picking up very fast. On the .Oastlcreagh, the country looks well. Grass and wAfcc'r are plentiful. A correspondent writes—"'Wo arc having a splendid mild winter. Warm days ; nights cold and some times slightly frosty. Grass and water arc abuudaut, and wo shall now reap the benefit of our expenditure for tanks and dams, which are still being urged forward. Lamb ing so far exceedingly good—lambs strong and healthy. A large per ccntagc antici pated. Fencing still going ahead." Ou the Mcrri Merri things arc looking nicely. A .correspondent says : ."Plenty of rain, and happily no frost, so-that feed is growing nicely." On the Marthaguy matters past...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
BANKS. AUSTRALIAN ' JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at , current .ratcp. Drafts issued on all the • Branches and Agencies,in New South Wales, • Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, V and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, , • 28th September, 1868. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY 03? SYDNEY. .WAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, ■ Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits afc-: • Current Rates, Bills Discounted, OaslrCredifcs • • Granted, Advances Made upon: Approved; Security, iand all other usual - Banking Busi ness Transacted. * The Bank issues Drafts aud Letters of' Credit upon its various Branches aud Agen* cics throughout ; : NEW SOUTH WAXES, ' - l. VICTORIA, . • -: ? r ' QUEENSLAND, - : s:, -.vi"; • SOUTH AUSTRALIA, - , ;.v 1 ' •• TASMANIA, ' NEW ZEALAND. , Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. ; FRED. W. GOWLLAND, • • •- ' Manager. INSXTRAWCE. THE-AUSTRALIAN ALLIA...
MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
-MR. a. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, EUTIIEItPORD ' AND CO.) ItEPOET. Pat Cattle.—A good domand oxisfcs for /prime Iot9, but few offering. Quotations— • Uullocks, £7 10s, to £3 lQs. ; cows, £5 10s. to £710s. 1 Store Cattle.—Sales aro still very difficult i , to effect even at reduced prices, and en quires aro not numerous. Quotations— Bullocks, £i to £8 Gs, ; cows, £3 to £4. FatSiikkf.—Tho looal trado causes a small demand, but nono outside. .. . . Store SiiuEP.—There is littlo difficulty in disposing o£ really good young owes and wetliors at good fair priccs. I liavo sold for Mr. S. M'Caughy, of Coonong, 6000 prime 4-tooth wothors (for delivery after , • shearing) to Mr. Geo. Smith at full rates. . - 'Quotations—Wethers 7s. 6d. to 0s.; owes, i ■ , Gs. Gd. to 12s. Od. ' ■ Stations.—Any good properties not too i heavily stocked aro enquired for. X have ' sold for Mr. D. J. O'Neill, his Book Coronga Peak wost block, to Mr. Jas. Gormloy. aud have others under offer. ■ Wngga, July 2.
MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
'MESSRS. WILKINSON, IT ANN, MINCIIIN, AND CO.'S REPOIIT. Fat, Stock.—Demand good for priiuo lots, but very few in tlie market. 1 Stobe Cattle.—Wo have still to report a t , .want.of animation in this market, and it is with difficulty sales are effected, unless for good lots. We have sold, through Messrs. R. Gibson and Co., 700 head bul ... . looks In tlio Melbourne yards for Mr. John Mackenzie. SroitE Siiekp.—rho inquiry forgood young sheep, either for delivery beforo or after shearing, continues good. . Wethers for . v fattening purposos aro.also inquired for. *Vo havo some large transactions pending, and liavo sold this week 1700 mixed ; weaners for Mr. J, J. Fennell to Messrs. B H Clarenoo and Co., of Lako Cowal. ' Wagga Wagga, July 2, 1875.
ABOVE STATEMENT. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
ABOVE-STATEMENT;" / To the Editor of Hie Advcrliscv.) PBATi'SiR^Wibli Tcferenco to the state- V raenb 'above; — it was embodied in the • awardat my suggestion. Though I am th&lt;K proprietor of this journal, I do not choose that it should be understood that I, in any way, identify my opinions or feelings with those expressed by anonymous or auy other correspondents. For. myself, I decidedly deprecate bitter personal attacks being made through tho columns of a newspaper, I also considered it duo to Mr. Hawkins, and to myself, to publish tlie fact that the "opiniot^ytv expressed—and complained of—were n^f> mine: because, as I am not able authorita tively to deny the statements made by " Old Member," nor amiable authoritatively to affirm j it is manifest, therefore, that I am ' not in a position to assert them. For all know, tliey may be true or false. My acquaintance with Mr. Hawkins personally is very slight, and I know nothing whatoveiv of his acts connected with tho subj...
VICTORIA. (London Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875
VICTORIA. (London Punch.) ITail, fair colonial Commonwealth, Where a young giant, full of health, Sprung from tlie loins of England, grows To greatness in a'calm repose ; . Where wealth that comc9 from crowded mart Is spent on Letters and on Art; Where Englishmen work well together Under divmc Italian weather; Worthy you arc to hear the name Of tho.grdat'Queen whose dearest aim Is peacc to all beneath her sway— , • t, • - ,.. Victoria ! Australian waters shall not feel ; The cleavage of a hostile kcol, : • i Nor foeman's flag from Europe toss j Beneath the silver Southern Cross ; There terrors of invasion cease, And all men learn the arts of peace ; . Thero poets of a newer typo. Shall greet us, when the age is ripe/ :/ And Melbourne, strong and youthful town, Shall share Athcnas's Violet Crown,, Ero many decades pass away—: 1 . Victoria! | Shame to the dullards who desire ! To quench our colonising firo, - • ) j To keep the imperial instinct down, : And make a fool's cap of the Cro...