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THE EVILS OF CHLORODYNE. (Town Talk.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

THE EVILS OF CHLORODYNE. (Town Talk.) Another fatal cnso of chlorodyno poisoning will surely point to the necessity of somo legislative restriction on the dealing' in deadly drugs. The unfortunate gentleman wbo is the last on the list of victims would, doubt less havo resented the druggist's re fusal of his daily doso of death as a gross impertiiionee and interference with tho liborty of tho subject; but if his fatal habit had not boon suffered to grow with its easy indulgence, ho would not now be lying dead at Peter sham. Warnings in this case that narcotics kill seem to bo as useless as a caution to babies that firo burns. Every newspaper tolls its tale of tho gradual growth of this horrid habit, and its swift ond in sudden death, yet any chemist will toll you that his most constant customers are the opiam eaters, and that their number daily in creases. 'i'lio causo of this strange taste for possible death and certain imbecility is to be put down, wo sup pose, with those of many o...

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

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS,: AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK, Fitzinaurice«8trcefc. COMMERCIAL BANK, Gunvood-atrcct. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS : MORGAN O'CONNOR, near Hospital. ERASMUS WREN, Tichborno BuildingB. R. C. ROBINSON, Huntley Cottage, Gur wood-street. WILLIAM LARGE, Kincnid-strccfc, DR. FONSWORTH, Fitzmaurice-strcet. SOLICITORS: FJTZHA11DINGE & SONS, tUo Exchange, F'itzraaurice-strcet. J. II. GA11LAN0, Fitzmaurice-strecfc. - ARCHITECTS: F. H. NIXON, Gurwood-atrcefc. G. SHEPPARD, Fitzmauricc-street. J. GORDON, Gunvood-strcet. STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS:. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN and Co., Fizmaurice-strect. OLIVER, MORLEY, audTOMPSON, Gur woort-strcet. GEORGE FORSYTH, Fitzmaurice-streot. G. A. ELLIOT, (Powers, Rutherford, and Co.), Fitzmaurice-streefc. GEO. MAIR, (Ettcrsliank, Eaglestone, and Co.), Fitzmaurice-Btreot. A. T. BOLTON, (Dalmahoy Campbell, Hep burn, and Co.), Fitzmauricc-street. LAND AGENT: 0 OHN BENTLEY, Fitzmaurice-streefc. CHEMISTS : H. J. ...

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

Holloway's Pills,— Swimming of tlic head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lossitudo and exhaustion, aro infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the secretive organs and the circulation. But it is not therefore necessary to send for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both tho body and tho mind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will bo purified, every obstruction iu tho ©vacua tory clianncla swept away, every organ re generated. These may seem to bo strong statements, hut tho testimony of tho sick of all nations is their source and basis. BEAR IN MIND TIIAT OHAKLES BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM Is the Only Legitimate Boot and Shoe Store in Town. BIGGALL'S MANUFACTURE ia not macliino worlt. BIGGALL'S MANUFACTURE is band made, under his own supervision. RIG GALL'S IMPORTED GOODS offer the Largest Stock'in town for selection. , - BIGGALL'S STOCK in every ...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 July 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]   We have had one week of bright sunshine with clear bracing weather during the days, and frosty nights. The roads are hardening, and quite dusty in some places; altogether   the face of things wears a brighter aspect than they did during the continued wet weather. About three miles from here toward's Bethungra there is a hill or rocky eminence called Gardiner's Look-out, though it is doubtful if he or any of his gang frequented it. The most remarkable feature is a succession of tremendous blocks of rock or decomposed granite boulders, thousands of tons in sight, and so placed or poised as if on a pivot, that one almost wonders they do not topple over. One of the largest re sembled the hull of a ship in a graving dock, others very much tho shape of a haystack. Near the summit there is a terrace or plateau of stone looking down on shapeless masses of rock, one on the top of another. The query is—how they go...

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THE MENTAL EFFECT OF PECUNIARY PRESSURE. (Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

THIS MENTAL EFFECT OP PECU NIARY PRESSURE. (Spectator.) Pain may bo insurable, for it may arise from causes—as for instanno, in one terrible case wo know, tlio pro trusion of a small spicula of bono into tho brain—which science can detect but cannot reach, and which tire be yond nil human power. But pecuniary distress cnn never seem absolutely beyond hope. A mere accident might relievo it, as has ofton happoned after tho sufferer, unknowing of tho fortuno on its way, has takeu tho fatal plunge; or a slight increase of oarning-power, or tho opouing of a now groove in life, or, and this is strangest of all, tho de velopment, constantly seen in women who liavo lost mouey, of a new power of doing without wants. Mrs. Guskell pniuts that well in " Crnnford," and wo have seen a heavier full than even Miss Mutty Jonkyns's, a fall from £300 a year to £30, met by a sudden slaughter of all needs that bado de fiance to pecuniary misfortune. And yet thoro can scarcely bo a doubt that pecuniary t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MELBOURNE FEMALES.—THEIR LAST CRAZE. (Melbourne Correspondent of M. and D. Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

MELBOURNE FEMALES.—THEIR LAST CRAZE. (Melbourne Correspondent of AT, and Advertiser.) It is a melancholy faot that, owing to the publicity given to the circum stance of all the women mixed up with the Boecher-Tilton trial, and ac customed to bo kissed by the pastor , of Plymouth Church and liis friends, having short hair, there has beou quite a batbarous epidemic among the young girls who infest the Block. The scissors have been at work in all direc tions, and the unmarried fomale of the period sails down Collins-streot about four o'clock " under baro poles." Whether it will become the fashion for the other sex to cultivate riuglets, is as yet uncertain ; but in these queer times one must not bo surprised at anything that happens. As to the ladies, tiiey are now hybrids. I will not say that they are "half hoss, half alligatorbut they aro certainly masculine from the waist upwards— hat, eye-glass, shaggy coat, shirt collar, neck-tie, and walking cane ; all are of tho man mannish. I m...

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REVENUE RETURNS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

REVENUE RETURNS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tho revenue returns of the colony of Now South Wales for tbo quartor ended 30lb June 1874, showed that the receipts amounted to £876,377 19s. 4d ; for the quarter ended 30th ult. a sum [of £1,028,321 lCs. 8d. was re ceived, showing1 an increase for tho quartor on thnt of the corresponding period last year of £207,042 Is. Id. This is reduced by a suin of £55,G95 3s, 9d., docrease in the revenue, princi pally arising1 from tho expiration of the Stamp Act, whereby a suin of £22,359 5s. Id. was lost, during the quarter, and from a falling off in tbo Murray River Customs, by which a de ficiency of £11,884 2s, 8d. has arisen during throe months ; thus leaving the actual receipts for tho June quarter of 1875 above that of 1874 at £151,946 17s. 4d. This iucrease is attributable to tho fact that tho increase in land sales alone amounted to £145,653 Is. 2d., as the revenue from tho salo of Crown lauds for the last quartor is £386,124 6s. 7d., and that I or ...

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"THEY SAY." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

"THEY SAY." (13y M. or N). Whonevor I heap a story concern ing any one I know, introduced by the well-known formula of "they say," I nm made instinctively conscious of cer tain things. First, that the story is either wholly false, or so exaggerated as to be only rnischiovous from the small amount of truth mixed up in it. Second, that the person telling it, knowing its untruthfulness, is ashamed to give the real author, and therefore takes shelter under thegeneral " they." And, thirdly, that everything " they say" is added to and improved by the narrator, in a manner to correspond with his or her ideas of how the story .should be told. Who they are that are "always inventing scandals for the amusement of the world no ono has over been able to find out. People seldom hoar what they say about them. Ninety-nino men and women out of every hundred go through life nncon scious of the rich meals we have had on their reputations, and if the one victim who is unlucky enough to be made aware o...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMMUNICATED.) 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (communicated.) 28tb June. Passing several nice homesteads, among which I may mention Eli Elwah and Ellilhvah, we reaphed Hay about 5.30 p.m. to-day. In order to bo in time for the outgoing mail, •which left at 7 p.m., I jumped ashore to post my last budget. Aftor making : enquiries, I found the Post-office, where I naturally concluded I should meet . with' civility, and on a pinch an envel ope, judge of my surprise when I met with neither, and consequently lost the mail. Many told me that' your Post waster, Mr. Middleton, is much missed, and fromwhatlconldjudge I shouldsay there was good reason for this regret. Hay certainly did not come up to my expectations; it is badly situated, badly drained, and to all appearance badly mis- (if I can coin the word) - municipally governed, the principal street being parted with a river. I found a quarry mire. An attempt has been made to form water tables on 1 what may be termed a novel style, and at the...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

MESSRS, WILKINSON, HA.NN, MINCttlN, AND CO.'S EEPORT. Tat "Stock.—No business to report except : 13 cows for Mr. John Hand, of Oura, to Mr. It, H. Warmoll, fur local consump tion. Stour Cattle.—The demand for this class o£ stock still continues very dull, and sales arc not easily effected at the prices asked. We cau only account for this laxity through so few Victorian buyers having come forward this season. We have sold one team of 10 bullocks, dray, .ind tack* ' ling, oil account of Mr. J. Coleman, of Coramundra, and would call attention to the sale of 500 well«bred cows advertised by us to be sold on Monday week. Store Sukbi*.—Enquiries for alt sorts of sheep for delivery cither in the wool or . after shearing, are numerous. .Wcaners and fattening wethers of good ages, being most in demand. We have this week sold on account of Mr. James Cochrane, of "Widgiewa, 0000 owes, 2, 4, G and 8*tooth to Mr. John Davison, of Curraweena station near bourkc, to be delivered after shearing. Wa...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

IMPO UN VINOS. TJiiana.—On the Sotli .June, from freo Bclcction, by J. Verden, Esq. : sum due at date of notice. 7s. <»d Brown horao, switch tail, saddle-marked, COP above DGnear shoulder, near hind foot while, J before J reversed oil shoulder, aged, 15 hands high. To be sold on July 22nd. MunuujJutJiuiAii. — On the 2">th .Tune, from Nimby, by J- ]). Donkin, l£s<]«: sum due at date of notlco, 10s.Mouse-colored working bullock, off car S marked, star, liko 7 J near ribs, J K over22 off rump, indistinct brand like AI near rump, white llankB, hind feet white; red and white steer, illegible brand off •rump. To be sold on 22nd July. South Cuxdaoai.—On the5th July, from Gillen groo, by order of Mr. 31. AVhUticker : sum due at date of notice, 13a. each3Jay horse, star, N over B near shoulder, broken ; chesmit mare, blind off eve, like *2 over JO near shoulder, broken ; brown colt, star and anip, off fore and hind feet white, f o\*er W near : shoulder; bay liorse, b...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

ME. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWEllS, ItUTHERVOUD AND CO.) KEPOJIT. Fat . Cattle. — Enquiries numerous, and prime lots moot with ready sale at high prices. X have sold a small lot to Air. Mourant at full rates. Quotations— Bullocks, £7 to £3 10a. ; cows, £5 10s. to £8 10s. Store Cattle.-—Great difficulty is exper ienced in selling any lots and a great reduction in prices has to be made in order to olfcct sales. I have some cboico lots on Laud, foe which I would be glad to treat. • Quotations—Bullocks, £4 to JGG ; cows, £3 to £3 10s. Fat Sueet, — Demand confinod to local trade, - Store Sheep.— VTouiig sheep arc still cn< quired for, and for delivery after shearing. Thero aro many buyers. I have a choice lot of maiden ewes in treaty for, as also a large lot of owes of mixed ages, and hope to report sale next week. Stations.—First class properties arc ill de mand. 1 have sold for Mr. \Y. (). Wiudeyer, his Mimosa Station, with sheep . etc., to bo delivered next week, to Messrs. Oeorgo...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

• POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AlUlIVAlJj. From Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wed Thu. Fri. Sat. am. a m a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a ro. Sydney,. .. 0 46 o 6 0 0 0 45 O 45 0 0 Tarcutta .. 045 0 46 0 4 5 Junco .. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yfiss .. .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dcnillquln .. U 30 11 30 U 30 11 30 Tirana .. .. U 30 11 30 n :w U 30 Hay .. .. 8 30 8 30 NitrandcrA •• 8 30 8 30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Albury.. .7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 Coo^tuuUna.. 7 ' 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 O 7 0 7 O Clarendon .. G SO n 30 DEPARTUIlEH For Sun. Mon. Tue. Weil Thu. Fri. Sat. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Sydney.. .. 3 0 3 15 2 45 3 15 2 45 3 15 Tarcutta 3 0 2 45 2 15 Jtineo ... .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 Yms ... .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 DcnlKtjuin .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Tirana .. .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Hay .. 2 0 2 0 Narandcrn . 2 0 2 0 Albury.. .. C 0 G 0 0 0 G 0 0 0 0 0 Coolcandina.. G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 Clarendon .. 5 45 5 45

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

Special Advortisomoats. WOOL. . J. H. CLOUGH & CO. Wool Brokers, Stock and Station Auction Saks of Wool, Tallow, Sheepskins, Hides and Leather on l'UESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, JCVJIIty WEISK. CLOUGH'S WOOL 'WAREHOUSES, COLLINS .0 SPENCER ST1UCETS, MkUIOUHNI!. AGENTS AT W AGO As Mussus. OLIVE I!, MOIILEY, AND TOMl'SON. ItJ.VJSR GAUGE. Showing tho liemlit of tlio Murrambidgeo abovo summer Tovol at Wogga Wagg» July 10 (rialiif) 10 0

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THE PRESENT AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

THE PKESENT AGE. Ab I look around me daily what vile scenes my eye engage, Sbam appearances—tokens of a helter-skelter age ; Men in "business, plotting, striving how their neighbors beat—to do : Sinking iiighfc to silver's glamour, roguery's path they keen pursue ; Leaders of the people showing how to climb the social scale With the ladder of deception, planted so they cannot fail; Gross dissimulation breathing, every action most unjust, Scattering, with hand unerring, then con tcmptiblo licrce Inst. : Self»advancement, silver-making, stand the loadstones of the nation, ;Foaming with rapacious grabbing, seething with adulteration ; All the preaching, all the teaching, seems but to increase their greed, And to Christian abnegation few—oh, few— give any heed. Politicians, old patricians, merchant princes, and the noor Toilers, and their Union traders, all tbo throes ol self endure; Merchandise of all descriptions manufactured is to sell, Till, with Imposition's excess, man his work , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

i Wooli H ASTINGS CUNINGrHAM . AND CO., WOOL-BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGKNTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowers of the Mnrrumbidgee, Lnchlan, and Darliug districts that we are prepared to make liberal Advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Cur or Wool, and also upon apwoved 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 BllOKEUS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wc have no interest, either directly or indirectly, in the purchase 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 the ensuing Wool Seasou, will bo regulated according to the tone of the ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

stewards within 15 minutes of weigh* iirsfc horse, be put up to auction in they way as the winner. The upset price to the amount at which lie is to ho sold, or on tered to be Bold, together with the value of the stake. Any surplus to belong to tho Murrumbidgee Turf .Club. ■ No eutry will be received, for any of tho races except upon this condition :—That all disputes, claims, and objections, arising out of tho racing, shall bo decided by the stewards or those whom they may appoint. Their decisions upon all points connected with the carrying out of the programme Bhall be final.. No protest will be entertained unless accompanied with a fee of £2 2s., wbtoli will bo forfeited if considered frivolous. ' All entries to be sealed aud addressed to tho Secretaries, entrance moiioy enclosed, /with tho name, age (at timo of eutry), and pedigree of tho horse, name of the owner, and colours of the rider. Any jockey riding except in the colours entered will be fined one sovereign. :. A deduction...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

-WEEKLY- CALENDAR. a.m. 2 87 3 r.5 0 39 Moon's Phasic—July. New Moon-^Saturrtay, 3rd, 3.30 p.m. ' Kirat Quarter ' Saturdny,10tb, 8.45 p.m. Full Moqd—Sunday, 18tli, 11.32 p.m. ' Last Quarter—Monday, 2(Jfcb, 0.44 n.m. Days of Week. Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

TO SQUATTERS. ROBERTS, COPLAND <6 CO. Have for Salo Boat Dundeo Woolpacks Ward and Payne's Shears, No. 38 Turkoy Stone Seaming Twine ' > ■ Raddlo . .Lamp Black , Stockholm Tar . Boiled Oil ' ' Fleece Twino Bullock Chains Horso Trace Chains' Steolyards Avery'sWoighing Machines • ».;■ ;>:• Grindstones and Fittings . Wheelbarrows and Wheels . ...? , American Pumps • Salter's Spring Balances > • . Copper Rivets and Waahors . . : Castrating and Foot-rot Knives ; Carriago Bolts and Nuts Oils, Faints, and Colors 1 Mixed'Paints , Hinges, ' Sorby's Axes Wire Strainers Maul Rings Anti-Friction ■ Gre'aso v . American Axes—various makers ! - Bar and Rod. Iron Socket and Firmer Chisels Hand,<Fit, and,Cross-cut Saw Files Hand, Cross-cut, and Pit Saws garden Implements Three-Bushel Bags, WINES HALL O AND SPIRITS • AT . THE " J:."-' '• ■ ' F/ COMMERCE. ROBERTS, COPLAND, & CO. Have < Rcccived A LARGE ASSORTMENT ;• OF CHINA AITS GLASSWARE Christie's C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 17 July 1875

HOTELS. AUSTRALIAN HOTEL. The most comfortable and best appointed hotel in the southern districts. Handsomely Furnished Sidles of Rooms for . Ladles and Private Families. Civil Servants, unexceptionable Cooks, aud a Collar furnished with the choicest liquors. The .markets of the colonics will afford, combine to render the "Australian" a moat 1 ' attractive House to visitors. i baths. billiards. The Stabling, which is in charge of experienced grooms, is sufficient for forty horses. W. BOWEN, Proprietor. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL,' FIT2MAT7RICE STREET, P. J. MoALISTJGR, Proprietor. The CUISINE, APPOINTMENTS, nnd GENERAL ' MANAGEMENT, sccond to none n tho. colonics. PRIVATE SUITES OF ROOMS, A XV SPECIAL ATTENDANCE FOR FAMILIES. Efficient Stabling Arrangements. A Superior Turn-out of Buggioa and llorscs for Hire ' ; EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS. BILLIARDS. THE CRITERION HOTEL. JOHN PERRIN, IN announcing that ho has taken posses* of the above well-known Hotel, begs to assure his friends and the publi...

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