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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

SANDHURST. Messrs. Ettevshank, Eaglestono ami Co. roporb (July 0):—Fat Cattle.—fiG9 were yarded. The bulk were good useful cattle, but nothing very prime. There was a large attendance of the country trade, which caused a brisk market at] fully late rates. Sullivan's bullocks, JWl head from Queens* land, averaged £11 2s 9<1. Fat Sheep.— 3,1C5 were penned, which was not nearly enough for the demand, prices in conscqucnco ruled high. Best wethers from 17a to ISs (kl; ewes, from 12a to los. Wo have sold— GOO wethers, at to|) quotations.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

, WANTED. TTTANTED, a , yO.UTH, behind ; the VV':'Counter, who lias some knowledge of businpss. Apply to Rivcrmo Stores. OHAS. WALL. . ftta.c SPECIAL.; NOTICES. : / THE _ CONVENT BUILDING FUND. THE Gentlemen who kindly promised ^SUBSCRIPTIONS to the Convent Building fund are earnestly requested. m order to meet present urgent calls, to pay an INSTALMENT, cither into the Bank of New South Wales or to the undersigned. k • P. BERMINGHAMi D.D. " Wagga AVngga, July 14, 1875. no.l) BUSINESS FRONTAGES. ■ TO Let, on Lease, several frontages on tbo: WHARF RESERVE, in Ktzmauricov streot. They are well suited for tomporary business premises. Apply JOHN BENTLEY, Commission Agent. RAILWAY HOTEL, CUNGEGONG. RICHARD SLATTERY, PROPRIETOR. TIIE abovocomfortablc hotel is now opened and has been fitted up with every, requisite for the comfort of visitors. Tlio Proprietor confidently , invites visitors to < patroniso bis honso, wboro Good Faro and i'irst-class Accommodation will be found, ' ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MELBOURNE WOOL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL SALE. Messrs. Hastings Cuiiinghnm ami Co. re port (9th July):—Wo held a small sain by miction on Thursday, Stli inst., .at our stores wlieu ISO bales of greasy and scoured were offered, and disposed of at very satisfactory prices, tho scoured exceeding previous quo tations for similar descriptions. Our sales woro for greasy S<1 to lid, scoured up to 24.)d per lb. Annexed is the priced cafca loguo:—Greasy.—O over—, 1 balo l(kl; Jat, 1 balo 9.}d. ; Llj, 1 bale lid; Mildura, f> bales Oil., 1 balo pieces Gd ; B over—, 2 sacks lid; Cooma, 1 bale 4|d ; .TG over Injemira, 1 balo mixed 10.UI; DMP, J bale black 9;'jd I L in triangle, 1 balo 8.} ; (J in diamond, 1 balo mixed 8.|d ; 13, 1 bale, lO^d, 1 balo pieces GJ ; L, 2 bales lid ; *Ss, 1 bale mixed 10£d, 1 bale mixed Sd ; 1MI, 2 sacks , Od. Scoured.—JL in circle, o packs 2d, 1 I balo 2d ; llill, 1 balo 10, 1 balo mixed l ijd ; lilt, 2 bnlcs 14Jd ; Tit, 1 bale ICil; WO over C, 1 bale 15;jd ; I5GTJ (conjoined), ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

; : :;ltiyj5U. GAUGE. ■ . Showing the height of the Murrnmlmlgce almvo summer level at Wagga Wugga ' Ft. /ji. July 13 (tolling) .. .. 0 10

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

HOTELS. AUSTRALIAN HOTEL. The most comfortable and best APPOINTED hotel IN THE southern districts. Handsomely Furnished Suites of Rooms for Ladies and Private Families. Civil Servants, unexceptionable Cooks, and a Cellar furnished with the CHOICEST liquors. JClio markets of the colonies will afford, combine to render the !'Australian " a most /attractive Houso to visitors. baths. billiards. W Tho Stabling, which is in chargo of experienced grooms, is sufficient for forty horses. ' W. BO WEN, Proprietor.' THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, JlTZMAXJIUCE STREET,' P. ,T. McALISTER, Proprietor! j :C7lo CUISINE, APPOINTMENTS, and GENERAL | '■ ilAJTAGEMENlV second to nono n tho : ' j ■ \ •. colonics. VRIVATE SUITES OF 1100MS, AND SPECIAL I ATTENDANCE FOH FAMILIES.- \ • ' Efficient Stdbling Arrangements. : 'A Superior Turn-out of Uuggles jind Horses' for Illro ' ■,] s EXCELLENT BATH .ROOMS. , U I L L 1 A It D S . , J :THE 'CRITERION HOTEL. 1 JOHN PERRIN, IK announcing that ho lias taken posses of the ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

BANKS. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all tlie Branches and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand j also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. . ' "Wagga Wagga, > 28tli September, 1868. THE, COMMERCIAL BANKING ,.,' . COMPANY OF SYDNEY. - WAGGA "WAGGA BRANCIL DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, . Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current 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 Branches and Agen cies throughout . ' NEW SOUTH WAXES, VICTORIA, QVEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also'upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, s Manager. INSURANCE. THE' AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Firo and Marino Insurance, Ass...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. Messrs. Harmon, Jones and Devlin report (July 10):—Store Sheep—J,Jeyond .1 sale of ewes from a northern station, wo are not aware of any transactions this week. The demand is not active, except'for good wethers for fatteningpurposea. Quotations.—Wethers 83 Cd to 9a ; maiden ewes 10s to 12s ; breed ing ditto 78 to 7s 0d. Wool.—No public sales of wool have been held this week, we aro therefore, left without janything of im portance to refer to. Wools, in fair sized parcels, brought into the market;, now com mand very animated competition, and realise full prices as compared with those ruling for some time past, and we thiijk prices will re main good for some time to come. Sheep skins.—These are being worked at the vari ous washing and fellmongering establish ments, and realise high price*, as there is little or no greasy wool to' keep the hands employed. Ko public sales have taken place this week. Tallow.—238 casks offered, 113 sold. Tallows s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

SADDLERY. ROBERT OASSIN, ; SADDLER, &o., WAGGA WAGGA, ' NEXT TO MASONIC HALL. CALLS tlio attention of tlio residents of Wagga Wagga and the surrounding district to tile varied assortment of SADDLES MANUFACTURED BY HIM, And which lie is selling Ohcapcr than any other Houso in the ,t.: Southern District. Tito BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT, LAUCHLAN STREET, HAY, will bo found stocked with every article in the trado. CHEMISTS. EDWARD RAND, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST . . , Importor of., ... Genuine Drugs, Pure Chemicals, Druggists Sundries, PATENT MEDICINES, Perfumery, Combs, Brashes, Sx., &c., FITZMAURICE-STREET, Wagga Wagga. . ,11. J. WILLIAMS, (Lato assistant to Dra. Morgan and RobinsoD) Successor to E. C. ROSE, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, •VfOTIFIES that ho lias just received a _L\ large consignment of goodB, comprising: Every description of Potent Medicincs Homccopathic Medicines Perfumery Toilet Requisites Nail, Tooth and Hair Brushes Dietary Articles Combs, Sponges, &c., &...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

j\l IfJS11 CI PA L GOUXOUj. A special mooting of tlio Council was holjj 011 Monday, tlio ordinary mooting o£ Tljfirs day last having lapsed for want of a <m6rum. PresentHis Worship tlio Mayor, AHormcn Bolton, Mumford, Jenkins, and Cummins. An apolpgy was rccoived from Alderhinn Wall, and Aldermen llardy, Borgin, and Forsyth wore fined 5s. each. Correspondents ordered by tlio Council at tlio provious moot ing «as road as follows To Mr. CallngUnn 011 the subjoot of remission of ratoa ; to tlio Minister for Lauds, with lofoionco to Mr. Bcntley's loaso of tlio Wharf Reserve ; aud telegrams to Town Cleric, Sydney, on tlio subject; of the Municipal Conference. Tlio following letters received by the Council were read From tbo Secretary of "Wagga Wagga Bridge Company, dated 7tli July, stating that the Company adhered to its resolution not; to repair the approach to the Bridge, on the north side ; from Town Clerk, Sydney, stating that there were no regular sittings of tlio Municip...

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GRENFELL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

GRENFELL. (FROM OUIt OWS COEMJSrONDENT.) Sorao three months since a movement was act in motion with tho viow o£ petitioning Government for tho holding of a Court of Quarter Sessions in this town, but owiug to iudifferonco and waut of sufficient public spirit: among our townspeople, tho matter died out. Within the last few days, how ever, Mr, It, M, Vaughan, J.P., has for warded to Mr. James Watson, member for the Lachlau, a petition on tho subject for presentation to tho Hon. the Minister of Justice. Considering Mr. Watson's prompt action aud success in all matters concerning the welfare of tho district entrusted to his care, there is little doubt but what tho prayer of the petition will be acceded to within a reasonable time. It is to be regretted tho petition was not forwarded sooner, as all tho ncccssary preliminaries for tho holding of a court might ere this have been completed. A vcl'y important mining case was dis posed of to-day at tho Warden's Court. Mr. II. Minter, publican...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Our Grenfoil correspondent writes under .late 7th July :—•• 7000 sheep, the property dC Mr. A, G. Jones, travelling «n route to the Bogan, were at Omah station, midway ; between Grcafcll and Forbos, on the 3rd in stant. Mr. Wilson, who is in charge of these sheep, had beon some miles in advancc of this point, but owing to the flooded state of fclio country, was compelled to fall baolc in the direction of Grenfell. Ho is now ad vancing." Messrs. W. XL M. and Co. Bold by auction yestorday a team of bullocks, dray, tackling, &c., for account of Mr. G. Coleman, of CooUmundra, to Mr. W. G. Evans. The 159 bullocks purchased by Mr. B. Itudd, from Mr. J. lland, of Qura, have been delivered, aud will bo at North Wagga to-day en route for Howlong. Messrs. W. FT. M. and Co., agents. Messrs. Powers, Itutherford, and Co. re port :—" We have to report the sale by auc tion, on Friday, by order of the executors and administratrix of the late Messrs. MofTatt and Afllcck, of Ya...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

ITEMS OF NJiW'S. As the absence from our lost issue of a re port of the meeting ot the Postal Reform Committee, lield on Monday Inst, may bo misconstrued by our renders (especially as a report did appear in the Express), we hasten to explain the causo and relievo ourselves of auy blame in tho matter. Since the for mation of tho Committuo in question, it has been customary on tho part of tho Hon. See., Mr* \V, C. Hunter, to send a notice, summoning a meeting, to each member. On the last occasion, however, tho Hon. Sec. diverged from tbis coursc owing, according to his own statement to us, to the writing of notices being too great a trouble, and called the meeting by inserting an advertisement in the lSxpvcss. Not anticipating this sudden change brought about in tho system of. sum ming a meeting, and not having read, as per haps wo should have done, the advertise ments appearing in our local contemporary, we were not awaro that any meeting was to be held. Wo trust that this explanatio...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH AND MR. NIXON. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

ORIGIN A L CORRESPONDENCE. Sr. JOHN'S CHUKCH AND Mil. NIXON. . (To. the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sir,—tn your issue of Saturday last thero'is a paragraph reporting a meeting of the Church Committee under the chairmanship ;of tho Veil. Archdeacon Pownall. By this I sco that tho Committee havo invited Mr. Gordon, architcct and surveyor, to superin tcud the erection of tho quasi-new Church of St. John j aiul that »Ir. Gordon has accepted the appointment uon the usual terms." It is well Uuown to your renders generally, and to the subscribers of the Church Fitud espccially> that I am the architcct who, under consider able disadvantages, designed the now Church, an supplied drawings and specifications which met with the approval of the Commit tee, aud were adopted. A contract for the first section of the work was let to Mr. Hardy, ODd 1 comnicnccd my superintendence by in specting „nc setting out of the large timbers of tho roof, in tlie Masouic Hall, some twelve months ago. No intim...

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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, JULY 14, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

THE fflnggn i-bfrertisf r M Tlitd la true libcrtj*, wlioii frccborn men, Having to advise tho public, may speak free." . MlI.TON. WEDNESDAY, JULY U, 1875. As ouo can neither gather grapes of thorns nor figs of thistles, no more can it Tjo expected that our representa tives in Parliament assembled should discuss a subject, brought up before them, in a reasonable and intelligent manner. l)ay after day the reports in the metropolitan newspapers afford ns evidence of this deplorable fact, and-the latest testimony borne to the truth of the statement appears in the report of the proceedings of the Legis lative Assembly on Friday night last. Oil that memorable evening a debate of some hours' duration took place, aneiit tho Press generally, but espe cially as regards the Herald, -which was roundly abused by several lion, members for, as it, was alleged, mis reporting their speeches and miscon struing the meaning intended to be conveyed by them. 'Without stopping to defend our contemporary, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

Special Advertisements. wool. r HASTINGS ~CU NIN GH AM AND CO., | WOOL-BROKBRS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, : Collins-street West,. MELBOURNE. WE bog to notify the Woolgrow.ers of the Mnrrunibidgce, Lnchlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cup of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions 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 we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BUOKEIIS ONLY ON" COMMISSION, we have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in the purchase of auy 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- the ensuing. Wool Season, will be regula...

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JOURNALISM IN AMERICA. (From Harper's New Monthly. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

JOURNALISM IN AMERICA. (From Harper's yew Monlhhj. During his journalistic career, the Into George D. Prentice, (of tlio Louis ville Journnl) lmd at least half a dozen personal combats, in some of which ho had very narrow cscapos, and in two or three ho was slightly wounded. Ho was a good marksman, and. what,is inoro ontireiy cool and intrepid in the prosenco of danger ; so that ho had the advantage over oxcilnble, not to say timorous, men. A willingness, almost an alacrity, to fight when put upon, spared him many conflicts ; and ho often declared if ho had not shown a. decided disposition to rosontinsults and Bland by his own words, that he would havo had to wear a fatso nose to gratify his enemies' inclination to pull it. xhoro aro men whom it is safe to assault. Prontico was not one of those, and lie did not wish to . have it so understood. Ho was not in the least considerate of the feelings and sensibilities of those persons he had reason to disliko. His opponents did not forbea...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PJl/SSS 'I'llLUG It A MS. ] LATEST BY CABLE. LOXDON, July 9. Ill committee of supply in the House of Commons respecting the Prince of Wales's visit to India, it. was stated that tlio expense to the Indian rovcuuo would lie confined to the right of hospitality, which would probably amount to ;fi!30,000. The naval estimate is £32,000, and the per sonal expenses of ILK.II., and pre sents are estimated at £00,000. The Prince starts from JSngland for India on 17tli October. Lord Geo. Hamilton, Under-Secre tary for India, replying to Mr. Grant DuiE in the House of Commons, Baid that the murderers of Mr. Mnrgarey, the interpreter to the Western China Expedition, had met with a cordial re ception from Lecsectahis (P) but ho trusted that the Indian Government would insist upon Burinah placing no obstacles in the way of obtaining re dress for the outrages committed. Although the King of Jiunnah had ro fus c to permit the passage of .British troops through his ter...

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THE DARLING AND MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER TRADE. (Correspondent of Sydney Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

THE DARLING AND MTJIIRUM BIDGBR RIVER TRADE. . (Correspondent of Sydney Mad.) Oar rivors lmvo become suddonly navigable at a time when things look gloomy in Victoria, which snpplies the people of bo, much of the inlands of New Sooth Wriles with goods and merchan dise. The overstocked warehouses of Melbourne have been greatly relieved of goods of all kinds, and hundreds of tons thereofhavo passed up, and more are now en roaia for the Darling and Murrumbidgeo country. It is impos sible- to eatimato exactly the gross amount of tho trade thus carried on between Victoria and tho people of our far inlauds. I havo taken mnch troublo to secure a basis in order to make an estimate thereof, but'I find it. next to impossible to do so fairly so as not to mislead; however, I have secured n return from private, sources of the number of vossels and barges,' and their sevoral capacities, plying on the sooth-western rivers of New South. Wales, which I givo below.. It can now bo soon Umtsta fprmidabj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

In noticing in our laab t^io Bale of lsmd held by Mr. A. T. Bolton, oir Wednesday, 'wo inadvertently stated that lob 11 was bought by Mr. A. T. Bolton. Tho jnu* cliuaur >vaa Mr. C. h\ Bultonl

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APPALLING OCCURRENCE AT A BALL. (Evening News). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

APPALLING OCCURRENCE AT. A BALL. ' ! ('Evening News):' On the last night of tho Maranoa (Bo ma) Turf Club.Races, in uecordauce with custom, the Jockey Club an nounced a,ball, which took place on Thursday, the 17th instant. The affair promised to he a brilliant success. The large wool room of Messrs. J. W. Johnston aud Co., of Roma, was beauti fully decorated and- lit np ; and to wards 10 o'clock a respectable com pany of sixty or sovonty couples were present. Tho music of the band was excellent, and tho dancing continued with spirit until shortly before., two o'clock, when'the eighth dance; a polka mazurka, was iu progress. Suddeuly a cry arose, tho music stopped, and a crowd of ladies gathered together. What had occurred soon transpired. A much respected young man, long a resident of the town, and noted for his high spirits and activity, named Frederick Francis Fielding, was seen to suddenly let go his partner and fall to the ground. A few moments of heavy breathing, and life was e...

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