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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MR. JONES ON MR. HAWKINS. STATEMENT re Hawkins v. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

ORIGIN A h 00 R RESPOND UNCB. MR. .TONES ON'-Ml!. HAWKINS. Statement re Hawkins v. Jones. Two lotters signed " Old Member," pub lished in tlie Wagga Wagga Advertiser, ill its issues of tlie lOfch and 3lstdays ofDecem ber last, contained statements having refer ence to Mr. Samuel Hawkins, proprietor of the Wagga "Wagga Express, which that gen tleman thought to be libellous. He took, action against me as proprietor of tho Advertiser, but, through tho intervention of two mutual friends, tlie matter was settled out of court. A 8 the statements objected to ^' contained certain reflections upon Mr. Haw* Uins.Iiutimatedtothegentlcmeu actingin tho matter, that the opinions expressed wero nob tho opinions held by mo of Mr. Hawkins, and it was awarded that I should publish this fact in tho Advortiser. I hereby state * that tho remarks mado byV'V.Old Member do not represent my- -opinion of Mr. Hawkins. . -y.r. A. (}. JOflES. Wngga Waggn, 1st July, 1875.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

JU'JJMS OF NEWS. . At the Police Court on Thursday, before tho P.M., • Peter Peck was charged with attempting suicide, by cutting his throat. Prisbnorit appeared had inflicted the wound upon himsclf in one of the back rooms of the Exchange Hotel, aud afterwards bound it up,' and .was walking about the streets on Wednesday afternoon. He iuformed two or three persons that he had cut his throat, but no notice was taken of him. Constable Flannery having seen tho prisoner, took him into a room, and found that his statement was true, and arrested him. Prisoner had been drinking for some time and was before the Court on a former occasion on the charge of requiring protection, as ho was suspected of taking laudanum with a view to self-des truction. The Bench committed prisoner to take his trial at tho Court of Quarter Sessions thon sitting. The result of the committal will be found in our report of the proceedings of that Court. On Friday in the summons case, M'Gaw v. W. G. Evans, plaintiff...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC. NEWS**-... [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.} LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, June 20. ■ Tlio Emperors Francis Joseph of Austria, and Alexander of Russia, have mot in Bohemia. June 29. The inundations iiave extended to several of the departments in the south of France. The Assembly has voted a sum of two million francs lor the relief of the sufferers. Jtns-is 30. The Capo Cabinet has objected to entertain Lord Carnarvon's suggestion for a conference of delegates to con sider confederation, as it is held such a step would be premature. Tho Americans have beaten the Irish in the rifle match by 33 points. (from our-own CORRESPONDENTS.) SYDNEY, Fuiday Nioiit. In reply to a deputation from Mudgee the Minister for "Works stated that the G overnment; believed Railway Extension to bo the best means of opening the interior of the country, and facilitating settlement. The French1 Consul, acting on a telegram from the Minister of Navy, invites contributions from Frenchmen in Australia for the...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. The PeafcfDalo n.nd Koilainbofco Stations, Leichardt District, Queensland, have been sold by a Sydney firm, with 5,500 cattle at £i 5b, per head, horses, stores, &c., at ft valuation. Messrs. Ryan and Hammond report the sale o£ 4,900 owes ruul wethers for .Mr. Joseph M'Donald of Kilfera,,, Rivcrina, at an average o£ lGs., ewes, 10s. ... Wo learn that Mr. W. G. Elwin has bought 120 head of fine young bullocks from Mr. B. Beiinot. ■' . Our Hillston correspondent writes 4,500 fat sheep from Koto station passed h'evo on the 24th for Melbourne, Mr. Edward Evans in charge. Thorp aro large, numbers i of sheep approaching for the southern mar ket. Feed is splendid, the heavy rains dur ing tlio week making everything look cold aud wintry. Stoelc are looking well, but sheep aro dying from over-feeding on the trefoil, also cattle. The shearing will bo earlier this year than heretofore. Labour is scarce, not a swaguian looking forwork has passed Hillston for some weeks. A...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

LAND. Tub following conditional purchases were made at the Land oflice on Thursday :— Mathius Domeschang, 301 acrcs, 3 roods, parish of Urahgeluio, county Tirana j Paulino Domeschang, lC9a. lr., do. do. ; Thomas Brown, 4tia., parish of Morunda, county Urana ; Jolui Vordou, 320a,, parish of Lake, county "Urana; William James Vcrdon, 320a., do. do. ; John Shacklclon, 2 lots of 120a. each, parish of Watt, county Urana, on Urana Kim ; Robert Murdoch, 320aM parish of Widgowa, county Urana, Urana Run; Ann Read, 300a., county Bourke, parish un named ; Joanna Milno, 320a., do. do.; James O'Connor, Cootamuiidra, 40a,, parish of Warri Warril, county Clarendon ; ,do. do., 70a, do. do. The following approved claims for pro* cmptivo loascs avo published in tho Gnzctto of tho 29th insfc.:—Grenfoll district—A. P. Gibson, 201a, 211a, and 309a, parish of Ber rigan, county Bland; S, F. Gibson, 304a, 1300a, 652ft, 570a; 120a,- do, do j F. F. Gibson, 120a, 501a, 372a, 230a, and 2G4a, | do, do ; A. I?. ...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

' ' HIVElt'GAUGE.

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

Spaoial Adwfcissmsnts. "W^ooL 1 HASTINGS CUNING-HAM AND CO., WOOL-BBOKBRSi Stock and ' station agents, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STORES; Collius-stveet West, V-:'-; ' MEL BO UJtNH. WE beg to notify tho Woolgrowers of the M'urrumbidgee, Lachlan, and "Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Clip or Wool, and also upon approved station securities, - ■ Having made extensive ndditions to our .already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wo strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION,; we have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purclmso of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Sensou, will ...

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MR. DISRAELI ON DR. KENEALY. (Argus Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

MB, DISRAELI ON DR. KEKEAIjY. (Argus'. Correspondent.) In the course of (bo dobato (in tlio Commons) Mr. Disraoli made n happy speech, ridiculing' (lio idea of judgiNg Lord Cookburn by the epigrammatic) talk of bis recreative hours. "I will venture," ho 6aid, " before the House divides, to o'xpross my beliof that the state of England and of the House of Commons is not so terrible as tho boo. gontleman has intimated. Unfortu nately, my oxcollont colleague, tho Secretary of State for War, is pre vented by indisposition from attending bore; but I do not think bis indispo sition is sucli that ho would bavo con cealed it from mo if there were that dangor of gonoral mutiny in tho ariny —(laughter)—which has been roferred to by tho lion, moitibei-. My right hon. frioud th'6 Secretary of Stato for the Homo Department ,1ms not. broken.: to mo tbo iiows which tlio inoi'o candid member for Stoke lias communicated to the House. (lienowed laughter.) I hope I shall get homo in safely to night— (m...

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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, JULY 3, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

" This is Into Hfoorty, when freoborn mon, Having to nilviso tho public, may speak froo." ' Miltok. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1875. There is but littlo doubt tlmt any Ministry, but suoli a ono as tho present, composod as it is of tho most incongruous elements, would have commenced tlieir legislative action by bringing forward a Bill to amend tho oxisting Electoral Act, instead of introducing a Land Bill, whiisch is condemned by a largo majority of those who are most interested in legislation upon laud—-tho selectors; and which will have lo be—if it is passed by the Upper House—greatly ainondcd before it becomes law. In fact, till the various districts of this colony are equitably represented, it is not to be oxpeuted tliafe legislation, fair to all solcctioim, will bo enacted. Ah an instance of how inadequate and unjust the prosoi.ifc stale of ^presentation is. we need only refer to the return of the member for this district, who was scut iu as the elect of \Vagga, the capital of the distri...

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THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

-THE WRECK OF THE SCHILLER. Mr. Henry Stern,commission agont, New York and Berlin, a saloon pas senger, said :;—The voyago from the first seemed unfortunate. We loft Now York on the 29th, but the pilot would not take her off the bar at Sandy Hook till noon noxt day, and thon soon after a fisbing.net got entangled in our screw, and that delayed ns, but for three days after that we had the wind greatly in ouv favour, and tlio captain pushed on, taking every advantage of it. Then thiok and heavy woatlier set in, so heavy that thore was no glass or crockery left, and for two days none of tlio passengers came to meals, A great deal of sea was shippod. On Friday the woather was tolerably clear till 7 or 8 in the evening, nnd nbout 10 the fog became so dense that nothing could bo soon beyond the ship. The captain at once did . all a man could do. . All sail was taken in, the engines roduced, and the look-out was increased. Tlio wind was blowing very heavily from tlio south-wost, with a hig...

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

ABSTRACTOR SALES BY A UGTION, July 7.—A T. Boi.tok—Freehold proiiorty, Austra lian Hotel, 2 o'clock. July 8.—Wii.icinsox, Uann, Minciiin, and* Co.— Horses, Pastoral llotol yards, 12 o'clock. July 15.—IticuAitD.soN & WjiKsou—Mulingandra station, i'itt-strcet, Sydnoy, 11 o'clock. September 0.—Ettkuhhank, DagiiE.stone, and Co. —Pure merino rums.

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NEW PRODUCT FROM WOOL. (Adelaide Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

NJ2W PllODUCT 1MOM WOOL. J (Adelaide Observer.) A new product 1ms been oblained from wool, and tbo discovery promises to load to the utilization of a consider able proportion of tbo materials that bave hitherto been wasted in wool washing. - Writing/rom Bradford, u correspondent says :—" In this town, which, ns you aro-aware, is tho hoad quarters of tlio worsted trade, tho first process after tbo sorting of tho wool is to wash it with soft soap, niado mostly of olive oils of tho better sorts ; and cottori-sood or other low-priced oils for tbo cheaper kinds, callod 1 crown soaps.' This process of courso removes from tlio wool all imparities, including tho natural grease adhering to tbo staple. Tho refuse ' soapsuds' were, some years ago, run down tho sewors, to tho great defilement1 of our streams and rivers ; but a gentleman of Wnke fiold (I think), Mr. Toall, bit upon a plan for utilizing- those suds. Thoy aro now run from tbo washing bowls —largo tank's holding two or more tons of...

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AN ARTISTIC SWINDLE. (Home News). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

■7 AN ARTISTIC SWINDLE. | (Iloma Ncks). A wook or so ago, a* well-dressed gentleman, accorapaniod by a young and,handsome lady, .very elegant and 'very shy,""'followed by an irroproacb nbly attired man-servant, installed in lapartineuts'ou: tiieA'ontr(is'6l' bf on{ ap parently very respectable bouse in the . d'l'lylau. Tho rooms were completely furnished, the rent, G50f. a month, paid in advanco, and tlioy woro lot for two months. The gehtlemau, i lady, and servant affected a marked English accent, a circumstance which proves nothing as to their nationality, for swindlers on a largo scale havo long made it a point to imitato foreigu accents to perfection, to pass : for French in England, for Germans in Spain, for English in France, and for Spaniards in Germany. Costume, manners," gait,1 aud modes of saluting corresponded to their accent, lhey brought with them numerous trunks, conducting themselves as if they meant to 'may a long stay. The ser-: vant, who expressed himself with diff...

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

Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, arc infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the . circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to seud for a doctor. A coursc of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and. tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both the body and the miud with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will bo purified, every obstruction in the cvacua tory channels swept away, every organ re generated. These may seem to be strong statements, but the testimony of the sick of all nations is theiv source and basis. Positive Virtues.—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. Bristol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate t...

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HUMAN-HAIR SUPPLIES. (Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 3 July 1875

HUMAN-HAIR, SUPPLIES. , (Examiner.) Friv soma years the London human hair trade lias derived its chief and most highlv esteemed-supplies from the open guttors of the smallei' Italian towns specially,, and. those.of the rural districts geuoraily ; and there is a scbemo at present under consideration >Hi'- the' Itahan 'Chatnbors' - for raising money to defray tho cost of oxlonsivo I drainage,workj, to; bo>rcarried to tho | smaller towns after the larger cities i have been drained in accordance with I our own most approved modern sys I toins. Here then we have at once an ! answonto-the inquiry whore our hair | comes from, and tho indication of. an impending crisis; by which the very I existence of tho Italiano-British human | liaiv trade is. throatenod ; for us soon as rural Italy is subjeclod to : the con-' I trol iof local- boards of health, thero will bo an end: to all further'supplies from that quartor. To mako this in-' •telligible, wo will briefly oxplaiu the' initiatory st...

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SKELETON SPECULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

SKELETON SPECULATIONS.' | A statbinont comes from Paris re specting the mothod of proparing skeletons in tlmt city, which has made tnodical studonts in London very jealous. In tlio suburbs of Paris, it seems, there is a lingo tank, into which all unclaitnod bodios from the Morgno aod other placos are accuniu. la tod, and being wall stooped in chlo rate of limo, aro suffered to grow baro of flosb. After long macoration the art-manufacture-bogins. "Tlio got .up of a Bkeloton," says Dr. Wynter, who has forrotod out all this ghoulish information, "is a matter of great skill." Tbo bonos must bo of faultless whiteness, and the articulation so perfect that tho skeleton may bo plaeod in various positions to suit tho wishes of the medical atudonts and demonstrators- Ordinary skeletons fotch £10 ; but if you aro vary big, or very small, or peculiarly crooked, your bonos my dear roader, will bo all tlio inoro valuable to vour fainilv. The moat expensive bones that ever wore were tlioso of O'Br...

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REVIVALISM. (New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

REVIVALISM. (New York Herald.) The men who teach tho Indian tho Commandments teach him the use of tho needle, tho plough, nnd thosliuttlo. Tho man who summon London from tho depths of its ignorance and de spair to look to tho cross, summon it to manlier aims and a nobler ambition. These nre tho natural and social aspects of Buch a movement ns is now seen in London, and, as such, wo prefer to study it. We do not kuow whethor the enthusiasm which our Yankee ex. horters has invoked is genuine or not —whether it bids fair to bo lasting or to blow away in tho presence of some Ticbborne or suffrage excitement, like tho foam from the rolling wavo. Tho fact that ladies and gentlemen of high dogroo, peers and princesses, do not disdain to honour Moody and Sunkey with their countenance, shows that til03' are not merely illiterate streot preachers spoaking to the winds. This is something, for religion, oven in a process of revival, is not unmindful of tho dignities of life. Whoiuqnco a preache...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

THE MURRUMBIDGEE. . TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (communicated.) 22nd Juno.—To-day at 2 p.m. I embarked on board tho W.W.S.N.Co.'s s. Victoria, for a trip down tho Mur rambidgeo, preferring thnfc mode of oonveynnoo to coaching it, So far as I have goue, I certainly regrot my choice, as tbo boat being1 fearfully ovororowdod with passengers, things liavo not boon at all ploasant; the shipping apartmonts I can compare (o nothing better than a camp on a rail, with a bag of potatoes for a pillow. Tho space allotted for oxerciso is ono step forward, the next overboard ; but notwithstanding the soveral draw backs, we get on famously, Gus Pierce, the captain, tnking great caro none of us should suffer from an attack of tho blues if bo could holp it, his fnrlilo brain ever being in motion to provide amusement. Mr. Scott, the super cargo, was also superhuman in his efforts to make everything comfort, able, ably, assislod by Sam, tho stoward, a host in himself. Aftor ob taining a distanco of about fo...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 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 • Sail Francisco, Galle, and Torres Straits, to Europe, India, China, and America. It is known, wo presume, that these mails close here two days before closing day in Sydney j and Melbourne, and arrive two days after delivery at these places.—En. W. W. A.I VIA SA N FRANCISCO. J.KAVti BYDSKV. AllHIVE LONDON.; • Saturday, Jan. 10, 1875. ... «; . Feb. W „ Mar. 13 „ „ Apr.. 10 ,, „ .May, :-8" „ ,, .. June . 5 „ ' '. July 3 „ Monday, Mar. 8, 1875. „ April-6 „ „ May 3 „ »» 31. „ r ,, June 23 „ July 20 „ . „• Aug. .23; „ / ... LBAVKXONDO.V. > - AJIUIVB SYONEV. . •Tuesday, Dcc. . lfi, 1874. „ Jan. 12, 1S7& -•:; „•••.. ■ Feb.* ::f) . „ : Mar.- 0 ,, .. „ April 0 „ . :May ;• 4 .. . ., . Juno v 1., » #. 29 ii ,. July 27 „ Thursday/1 JahV ' 7; 1875. ".. Feb. 4 ,i • r- '•..»»■•-'■••'■Man' 4'-;i,,.; Saturday, April -4 . , May ; 1 " „ " *-!7 v,"20 ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

IMPOUNDINCM. Tbk-Milb Cuef.k.—On lSth June, 1875, from Kildrumy, by IVIr. James Lawsons : snm duo at date of notice, sot after each animal:—Brown horso, small star, mealy muzzle, liko, 22 near ncck, like F(J or G over like No. ct near shoulder, has had a sore back, saddle-marked, off himl Toot white, long tail, aged, 151 hands ; 12s. Od. Also, on the 21st day of June, from LUtto IHU.v.bong, by William Williams, Ksq., J.P.Ycllow-bay maro. star, light streak and snip, liko.Z put4on twico near shoulder, like Z or II o(T shoulder, brands or scars under near saddle, broken' 111- tail. & years, 1&\ hands, fts. 3d.; bay filly, largo star, liko Jit conjoined at top orer 5 near shoulder, draught breed, unbroken, long tail, 3 years, Ifij hands, Os. tfd. ; bay tuare, star, near shoulder like J PL over HO gray marks under saddle, a little white bind feet, broken-in, pulled tail, aged, 15$ hands, Os. yd. To bo sold 15th July. Juoionh.— On tho lvth day of Juno, 1875, from &amp...

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