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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

BEAR IN MIND THAT O.S3C XfiLES ' RIGS-O-ALL'S BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM Is the Only Legitimate Boot and Shoe Store in Town. BIGGALL'S MANUFACTUBE is not machine work. RIG GALL'S MANUFACTURE is band made, under his own supervision. RIG GALL'S IMPORT ED GOODS offer tlio Largest Stock in town for selection. . i v; ./BIGGALL'S STOCK in every lino guaranteed sound. The LATEST ARRIVALS in . Boots and Shoes. COME AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. Inspection is a BETTER GUIDE tbnu that work of fiction,—A SENSATIONAIi V PRICE LIST. . THE MISSES WAGG BEGto invite tho attention of tlio public to tho following goods, which tire ALL BEING1 ' SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES, a few of which are quoted as a guarantee.for tlio cheapness of tlio whole. ■ Millinery Bonnets, from 18s. Trimmed Hats, from 5s. •. Children's Hats, from 2s. 6il. Children's Polka Jackets, from 2s. : Children's Hoods, Socks, Pinafores, Underclothing, Boots, Shoes, and Bootees. Ladies' Underclothing and Dress Stuffs, cheap and good. Ladies' Jack...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MELBOURNE WOOL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL REPORTS. | Messrs. Hastings, Onningham and Co. re port.—There is very liitlo buBiness doing in this commodity, owing to the limited sup ply, .and for the week past wo have had no transactions to report. Sheepskins. — The market remains about the same as the clone of last week ; a number of very largo {skins came forward and realised very high prices, but the general quotations aro'unaltered.— Butchers' skins, 4s to 7s each ; dry skins, 3s to 5s Gd each, or 5d to 8d per lb. Hides.— Our sales have beeu fully attended by the local trade, and green hides have realised good prices, but for sal ted we find competi tion rather weak. We quote butchers' ox- | hides 25s to 34? ; cowhides 17s to 24s eacb ; salted 4.Jd to 5.}d ; New Zealand 5£d peril), i calfskins Gd to G^d per lb... Tallow.—This' produce is saleable at about the same quota tions as those given last week, prime samples I of mutton worth ap to ;C3(> per ton; beef £32 to £33, and mixed, £29 to £32 10s per j toil...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

WAOTBD. V.VYTTA NTEI), a YOUTH, behind tlio Yy Countur, wlio has soino lcnowlcdgo ofr business. Apply to llivcrino Stores. C%AS. WALL. .S y s_ " '< WANlijD, :i BAKKli, well np in Smal> Gaoivj. Apply to S. 13. JiAlLYi Cliclsoiv j'-mi Ilmiso. /-ffNTBD.V. ■rontioo to tlio WATCII iHiiic-. T0l.U)l 3 yent-B. VICTORIA HOUSE, WAGGA WAGGA. • HAYING Completed, his Annual Stock Taking, Has determined upon offering on ' SATURDAY - THIS DAY IOth July, for ft limited period, THE balance; OF IIIS WINTER STOCK Afc Prices tbafc will ensuro A Speedy Clearance Consisting of tlio following lines L ADIB S' ;; WINTER COSTUMES / ; EMBROIDERED SKIRTS FANCY DRESS MATERIALS SATIN" CLOTHS WOOL PLAIDS FRENCH MERINOS , : ' " WINCEYS WOOL SHAWLS VELVET MANTLES CLOTH MANTLES WATERPROOF MANTLES. ■: WOOL CLOUDS MUFFS RUFFLES LINEN SETS COLLARS CUFFS SILK: SCARFS AND SASHES ETO.j ETC., , ETC. MILLINERY. Great Bargains in LADIES' & CHILDBED'S STRAW HATS, Trimmed and TJn. trimmed BONNETS HOODS ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

Spscial Advertisements. Wool. HASTINGS ~CUNINGHAM AND CO., , WOOL-BEOKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOliES, Collins-street West, • MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrurabidgee, Laohlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cup or Wool, and also upon approved station securities. I Having made extensive additions to our : already commodious warehouses, by which | their storage capacity has been doubled, we i are'enabled to offer facilities for conducting I the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the 1 colonics; and ns we strictly confine our i business to that of SELLING BROKERS I ONLY ON COMMISSION,'wo have no j interest, either directly or indirectly, in the | purchaso of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guurautco that the extreme market value will at all times be secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during the ensuing Wool Season, will...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

HOTELS. AUSTRALIAN HOTEL. The most comfortable and BEST APPOINTED HOTEL IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. Handsomely Furnished Suites of Jtooms for ■'■'■■'■■■■ Ladies aucl Private Families. Civil Servants, nnoxcoptionablc Cooks, and a Cellar furnished with THE CHOICEST liquors. Tho , markots of tho colonics will afford, ootnbino to rendor tho "Australian " a most attractivo IIoiiso to visitors. B A T H S . B ILL IA II DS. ; <S"Tho Stabling, which is in cliargo of experienced grooms, is sufficient for forty horses. , W. BOWEN, JProprietob. . DHE ■- COMMERCIAL HOTEL,' r FITZMA.UIUCE STREET, P. J. MoAX/ISTEK, Proprietor. Tho CUISINE, APPOINTMENTS, ami GENERAIi 'if-. MANAGEMENT, second to none n tho • •' colonics. PRIVATE SUITES OF 1100MS, AND SPECIAL : ■-■ATTENDANCE' FOR 'FAMILIES. - Efficient Stabling Arrangements. i. . ASnporior Turn-oufc of Buggios iincl Horses forHiro EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS C I L L 1 A R D S'. THE CRITERION HOTEL. ; JOHN PERRIN, I ^ announcing that ho lias taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at currant ratep. Drafts issued on all tlic Branches and Agcneics in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, »*ul New Zealand; also, 011 England, Ireland, a id Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 28th September, 18GS. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING5 : COMPANY OF SYDNEY.. WAGGA- "WAGGA BRANCH. » T\EPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, U > Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Curront Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking: Busi ness Transacted- ' . The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of> Credit upon its various Brandies and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA, -'QUEENSLAND, SOIJTIX AUSTRALIA, ' ; ' TASMANIA, NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all tho Principal Towns; in itho United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, • Manager, INSURANCE. mHE' AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE JL, ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Firo and Marino Insuran...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

STOCK AND STATION 1115POHTS AuvEnrar.it Ofi'ice, Friday Evening. Tub weather for the firut three days of the past week continued to bo cold, when a marked ihangc in the temperature net in, from which rain was looked for. The ex pectations however have not been gratified, and to-day wo have had a clear aky, and almost Spring-liko warmth. Tho note of preparation for fchearing is now being Bounded on a good many stations down tho river, and wo learu that hands for the forth coming wool harvest are already beginning to show up. Tho lambing is now nearly over, and although we were led to believe that about this district the returns would be very good, and iu strong contrast to the report from a good many places, of a reduc tion in the per ccntage of that of last year, it is now thought that the cutting will here as elsewhere, show but a middling return. Business in this market, lias not been very brisk,and indeed stock movements in most of our country reports are few, owing in a Great me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

SADDLERY. ROBERT CASSIN, SADDLER, Ac., WAGGA WAGGrA,. NEXT TO MASONIC HALL. CALLS the attention of the residents^ of Wagga Wagga and tbo surrounding district to the varied assortment of SADDLES MANUFACTURED BY HIM, And which lie is selling Cheaper than any other House in the Southern District. ■■ Tho BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT, LAUCHLAN STREET, HAY, will be found stocked with ovary articlo in tho trade. . CHEMISTS. EDWARD RAND, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST Importer of Genuine Drugs, Pure Chemicals, Druggists Sundries, PATENT MEDICINES, Perfumery, Combs', Brushes, &c., &c., FITZMAORICE-STREET, Wagga Wagga. H. J. WILLIAMS, (Late assistant to Drs, Morgan and Robinson) Successor to H. C. ROSE, ■ PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, "VTOTIFIES that ho 1ms just received a largo consignment of goods, comprising: Every description of Patent Medicines Homoeopathic Medicines Perfumery Toilet Requisites Nail, Tooth and Hair Brushes Dietary Articles • Combs, Sponges, &c., &c. Ho has also a...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

IMMIGRATION. Immigration to this colony is grow ing apaco. The European Mail writes : —" The fine frigate ship Surrey, 1189 toos register, Captain Ellis commander, Georgo Marshall and Sons, owners, chartered by Sir Charles Cowper, Agent-Goneral for Now South Wales, sailed from Plymouth on April 30 with 325 emigrants—equal to 281 statuto adults — midor the cliargo of Dr. J. Sheridau Hughes, who has made 26 voyagos to Australia as Surgeon Superintondont of Government emi gration ships. Tbo unmarried females, 75 in number, are uuder the charge of Miss Theresa Cullou, who has also made three voyages in that position, one to Melbourne and two to Sydnoy. Mr. William Luscombe, ex-Mayor of Plymouth, and othor gentlemen of the town and neighbourhood who visited, the Dep&t, spoko in high terms of tho respectable appearance and conduct of tho emigrants — as well as of the eligibility of tbo ship — wbicb they carefully inspected in tho Sound, for tho emigration service. It is expected t...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

RIVER GAUGE. Showing the height of the Mummihidgeo above summer level at Wagga Wagga Ft. hw July 10 (falling) 10 0

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HORSES FOR INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

HORSES FOR INDIA. Regarding llio style of horses wanted in India an old exporionced resident of that country writes to a contemporary tbo following: — "You Australians never tnko into account tlio fact that a white man in India is a king, and lias two servants for every liorso. What does an oflicor iu India caro if his hack is a litllo lamo at tlio cud ol bis 1 dak,' or hour's giifsticking ? Has ho not 'another of the same,'as they say in tha Scotch psalms. I am convinced that most profitable horses to send to India would bo (commencing at tho smallest) :—1st. Galloways, just (not over) 14 bands high, capablo of doing balf-a-milo with 9st. up iu 58 seconds. An animal of this description would bo worth £150 to any subaltorn for tho Galloways and Givo-and-talco races. 2nd. Small (14.2 to 15.2) horses that can go n mile and lose rncos in the colonies. Abovo all things, let this class be maidens, as this fact will add £50 to tboir valuo. These horses, if good-looking and quiot, will sol...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

SYDNEY. : (FliOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Council occupied tho whole of its sit tings on the 30th ultimo, in the further con sideration o! tho "Laud Bill; in committee, clause 5, which refers to conditional pur chase by minors, giving riso to an animated - discussion, as to the ago at which minora should be eligible to purchase land condition- . ally. This clause was partially considered on the previous day, and the discussion was . eventually terminated by the amendment fixing the. ago at 18 years, being carried on . division by 10 to 8. Several other clauses were iikowiso dealt with before progress was reported. In the Assembly on the same day considerable time was taken up in de bating as to whether the Stamp Duties Bill, which lapsed by count out on tho 24th Juno, should be restored to tho notice paper, tbe question being ultimately resolved in tho affirmative on division by 30 to 21. Subse quently tbe dobate on tho removal of tho public fuuda from tho Bauk of Now South Wales...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

Positive Vigtuks.—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. Bmstol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possessed of that posi tive or aggressive virtue which will not tolerate the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in the human systems where il is used, and thus it is that it always eftccta complete and lasting cures.—Ai>vt. Hqlloway's Ointment and Pills.—Ab scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round caeh pot and box. They are invaluable to the young and timid, whose basbfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate persoveraucc, and trilling expense will enable the moat diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue without exposing sccret infirmities to anyone. BATON AND LINCOLN STEAM MINERAL WATER WOllICS, . Corner of Traill and C...

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GUILTY—BUT DRUNK. (American). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

GUILTY—BUT DRUNK. (American). It is a well-known fact that often times both thoso jokos which are called "practical," and that liquor which is callod " bad," have been productive of exceedingly bad consequences; but whether the liquor or tho joke had dono the most mischief wo are4not called upbn to determine. Many years ago, while tho State of Georgia was still in its infancy, an eccentric creature named Brown was ono of its circuit judges. Ho was a man of considerable ubility, but he had one common fault. His social qualities would lead him, despite his judgment, into frequent excesses. In travelling the circuit it was his almost invariable habit, tho night before the opening of tho court, to get "comfortably corned" by means of appliances common upon such occa sions. Taking his wife—a model of a woman in her way—ho onco journeyed to a village whero "Court".was to bo opened the next day. It was along in the evening of Suuday that he arrived at the place, and took up quarters with a...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

h A AT .D; Tub following conditional purchases wero made on Thursday :—Mary Ileffcrnan, 40a, parish of Warri \Varril, county Clarendon ; Susan Mackitmon, 302a, county Urana, Bin* gagon Knn ; Mary Jane Maekirinon, 320, do, do; William Comnns, 80a, parish of Wnrri Warril, county Clarendon; Bridget Bluett, 320a, parish of Gwynnc, county Clarendon ; Patrick Bluett, 320a, pariah of Borce, county Clarendon ; Mary Bluett, 2 lots of 280a. each, pariah of Junee, county Clarendon ; diaries Pratt, 320a, parish of Juneo, county Clarendon ; Catherine Bluett, 4 lots of 40a. each, do, do ; John Henry Locketfc, 100a, county Mitchell, near Plum Pudding Hill; Samuel Payne, 40a, Parish of EdghiU, county Mitchell, ; John Macloskey, 320a, parish of Berambula, county NVynyard; Robert John Hurst, 100a, parish of Oura, I county Clarendon ; Alexander W. Munro, | 40«i, county Clarendon ; George Wallet, 50a, | parish of Wallace, county Clarendon ; John j James McAlroy, 320a, parish of .South Junee, I county C...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Mr, T. S. Gibson, of Burrarabuttock, has sold 9000 mixed sheep to Mr. A. G. Jones. Messrs. W., H., M. and Co., agents. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., K. and Co.) has sold 150 head of bullocks for tlic Messrs. Stinson, at market rates. Wo learn that; 320 bullocks and 30 cows (stores), tbo property of Mr. George Smitb, arc approaching Wagga, for sale, Mr. Wil liam Smith in charge. They may be expec ted here on Tuesday, and ate in Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., R. and Co.) hands. Messrs. R. Gibson and Co. announco that the third annual sale of tho Messrs. Robert son's pure-bred stock will bo held at Colac on an early day in January next. A Hue mob of 120 horses crossed yesterday from Mr. Mackey's, of Wallanbeen on route for the Ballarat market, for which they have been purchased by Mr. C. Bannister. Mr. G. Mair (E., E. and Co.), agent. Mr. George Mair, jit nr., with COO bullocks purchased by him, aud 1200 very fiue bullocks I belonging to Mr, Thomas Robertson, wcro j at Grenfoll on Thursd...

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THE THOUSAND POUND CUP. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

THE THOUSAND POUND CUP. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sri?,—I noticed in your last issue a letter, signed "Lover of Racing." 'His suggestion therein inado seems to be a pretty good one. Indeed, I am at a loss to sue what object a certain few members have in collecting £400 or £500 to add to the present Cup of £GOO. When the Murrumbidgeo Turf Club pub lished their programme it was thought by everyone that they had done wonders in increasing their prizes so much on those of last year, and now it seems that several hun dreds more are wanted for some purpose' or other. The main object, doubtless, in in creasing prizes should be that of securing large entries and a big field at the post. If this is the object now in view, I fancy tho members who aro collecting are making a mistake, and I will givo my reasons for this line of thinking. The Melbourne Cup and 'Metropolitan Stakes, with only 300 sovs. added, secure large cutrics. Why? Simply becauso botli of these clubs furnish other ha...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE CORONER ON INQUESTS AGAIN. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

ORIGIN A L COURtiSPONDmCti. THE CORONER ON INQUESTS AGAIN. ( To the Editor of (he Advertiser.) oin,—1 have read your editorial foot-note to my lofctor published iu your issue of yes* terday, I did not ehargo you with "gross ignorance," and the conclusion yon lmvo arrived at is not logical. My remark was evidently direotcd to thoso who "com mented " on the "omission" referred.to. You made no comment, nor char' omission; thofoforo my remark a ' ifI Qpplicablo to yoursolf. You havo,- yjweveiyi; attompted to justify what was 8au£(in yo\u refercnco to Mr. O'Driscoll'a death) by com paring the circumstances of that caso with thoso of a man named Rlichaol .Robinson (who did suddenly at a boardingdiottso in town, nnd on whom X hold fin inquest). Tho two eases wero as widely different as eases could be. llobinson was a perfect stranger in town, went to lodge amongst strangors, and was not attended by a medical man. When lie died tho lodging-house-keeper placed the case in the hands of tho po...

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

THK ' This Is Imo liberty, wlion frcoboni inon, Having to nilvlao tho imbllo, may speak froo.' SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1875.; Ei,sEwiiuitK wo publish a second; lotlor, the lu'st having appeared in our last, lrom the Coroner for the District, oil the subject of inquests, but more especially as regards tho not holding of 0110 in the melancholy caso of the sudden death of tho lato Mr. 0 Duiscoll, and the holding of ono in tho easo of tho losa sudden doath of tho man MiciiaeIj ItoiiiNSOiY, who died, at a boarding house in town some few weeks ago. Ah our readers -will observe, the Coroner argues that the two onsen alluded to were totally dis similar, although 1 lie cause of both deaths was the same. In proof of this statement, tho reasons advanced are that Mr. 0' Diuscorx " was inti mately known to most persons (in town), lie was a lodger in a most re spectable hotel, was constantly, and almost up to the time of his death, in tho socicty of his friends; and was attended by a medical gentleman...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Days of . !\Vui:k. 7 Wednesday .. S Thursday D Friday 0 Saturday 7 0 I 7 d 3 11 CO : V. m. 4 12 21 G 12 05 Moon's Phasb.—July. New Moon—Saturday, 3rd, 3.30 p.m. First Quartor • Saturday, lOfcli, 8.45 p.m. Full Moon—Sunday, 18U», 11.JJ2 p.m. Last Quarter—Monday, 20th, 0.44 a.tn.

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