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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

"WAITED. Wanted, a YOUTH, boliititl tho Counter, who lias some knowledge: of business. Apply to Riverine Stores. chas. wall. nta.c Wanted, a NO USB GIRL. Apply MRS. 110PER, Victoria House. mui.c Wanted, a man, as Groom, anil to make himself generally useful. Apply to WILKINSON, HANN, MINOHIN, nud CO. bl.t SPECIAL NOTICES, Murrumcidgeb turf club . annual HAUES, TO be held AT wagga wagga, wednesday, thursday & FRIDAY, december 8th, 9tli and 10th, 1s75. . ;■ Pathos: HIS EXCELLENCY SIR HERCOLES ROBINSON, K.C.M.G. / JuDOn: » MR. JOHN KING. | Stewards :( , I MESSRS. J. GORMLY, E. C. PEARSON, J. KING, J. COX, 11. N. CALLAGHAN. : Handjcappisii : . MR. JAMES GORMLY. FIRST DAY MARES' PRODUCE; STAKES, a sweep stakes of o sovs. each, 2 ft., with 40 added. Weight, Sst. Threc*q»arters of a mile. Entries closed with 42 nomi nations. Entrance freo. SELLING STAKES of 50 sovs.. The Winner to lie sold by auction for £40. One milo _ and. a quarter. If entered to bo sold for £30, allowed 7lbs; ....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND WOOL REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

STOCK AND WOOL REPORTS. SYDNEY. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin (July 17) report:—Wool.—242 bales offerer], 138 sold. The quantities offering continue very limited, and for any parcels of wool of any size, or lots in pood condition, there is good competition, and sales show an improvement of fully a id per lb upon rates ruling a month ago. The sales ranged: Kor flccce, 16&d to 20d ; I bag Exhibition, 22|}d ; greasy, 7£d to 10]d ; scourcfl, 15d to 23d. Sheep skins.—A small supply of these was for* ward, and commanded very brisk competi tion, and realised prices a shade above Erevious sales; the skins offered were arely up to average in quality. The sales ranged: For best, 7£d to 8ij<i; medium, Gd .to 7d ; short wool, 2d to 5d. Tallow.—130 casks offered, 112 sold. The sales this week were very dull as regards trade lots, but shipping parcels were without alteration. : Quotations—Best mutton, £35 to £36 ; best beef, £31 l()s to &33 : mixed and station, £2...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

CUNGECtONG, COO'i'AMCTNDRA. (MOM OUK OWN COItltESI'ONDENT.) A mob of two hundred and fifteen horses, in charge of Air. Gardiner, purchased from Roveral station-holder5} in tho Monaro district, near Adaminaby and the Snowy Kivcr, camped here on Thursday night. Their destination is Davidson's station, LiiHhington Point, on the Murray lliver, about 75 miles from Adelaide. The route they take is by Junee, Cowabec, and Deopwater, and down the Murrumbidgeo to the junction with the Murray. As tho distanco is souie twelve hundred miles or more, tho time expected to be occupied in tho journey is four months. I have heard some rumours that a trial lino for a branch from tho Great Southern Railway from here to Guudagai is contem plated. Your Wednesday's issue, which should have reached us samo evening, did not arrive till last Friday night, two days behind timo. Whore they go to—goodness knows. Quo thing is ccrtain. Instead of being left hero they go past, and then are sent back by next mail—o...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

YASS. Messrs* Jones and Brongliton report (July 12) :-rFnfc C.ittlo in great demand. We f could sell 50..head at 22s Gd per hundred, if ^ofgood quality. Our sales this week have . been a lot of cows, fair qunlity, at £5 12s Gd, v for local trade. We quote—Bullocks, £G 10s to £8 10s ; cows, .-£5 5s to £G 10s, Store Cattle.—We sold privately a small draft of bullocks at £4 7s Gd, in low condition, and have another lot under offer. The demand is improving. We quote—Bullocks, ;C4 10a to £5 10s ; cows, £8 to £5. Fat Sheep.— "We have have no sales to report, and none • prime on hand. We could dispose of any -number of sheep at quotations. We quote —Prime sheep, 1 Is Od to 18s for prime sheep. Store Sheep.—We have buyers inspecting, . and cxpcct to close for several lots of wethers for tattenning. We quote wethers, Ss Od to 6s*; ewes, 7s Cd to lis. Horses.—We sold several at our yards on Saturday at various prices, but all of an inferior quality. Any good horses offering bring high prices,...

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LAND [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

LAND . A Crown Land Sale wis hcldat the Polico officc, Urana, on Monday. The wliole of the lots offered were situated in the parish of Urangclinc, county Tirana, and were purchased by Sir. R. Rand, of Mahonga, at the upset pricc. The area of the several lots making 5267 acres. The following Rcserrcs from sale are, noti fied in the Gazette of tho 13th instant:—For "Water Supply, or protection of/water arti ficially conserved. Lachlan District: 'No. 773. Area 1 sq. mile, Bollygarry Grulliuan Run, coimncncing on the right bank of tho tTglo or Humbug Creek, at the Dnm. Mur rumbidgco District: No. 1195. Extension, North Caroonboon Run; No. 1392. Bundyu lumblah Run; No. 1393. Do. do. ; No. 139-1, Miranda Run. For water supply, with a view to protect isolated waters in back country. Lachlan District: "SVoolongough Run. Area about 4A- sq. miles. Murrain - bidgec District: No. 1391. Area about. 3& sq. miles on Yanga Run. For refuge in times of flood. No. 1389. Area 9G0 acres; do., No...

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GOOLBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

GOOLBUUN. Mcesrs. F. S. Cohen and Co. report:— .. Pat Cattle.—The demaud is limited to small drafts for local consumption, hut cattle must ; have quality to realise quotations. We sold this week 30 bullocks at £7 15s., and quote best bullocks at £8 to £8 10s; medium to good, £7 to £7 10s ; cows, £5 10s. .to £7. : Store Cattle.—The demand at present; is not very brisk, nor do we anticipate mucli animation in this market until spring fairly ' sets.in. We quote bullocks, 100s to 110s; equal sexes, 80s to 95s ; cows, 05s to 90s. Fat Sheep.—Inquiries for this description of stock are numerous, and the demand greater than we have known for some considerable time. We sold 470 wethers this week, light weights, lis to Us Gri, and quote best 5G-lb. wethers, 12s to 13s lighter weights in pro portion. Store Sheep.—No business doing; Horses. — Good demand for upstanding draught colts and well-bred buggy and saddle horses.

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Wjs learn tliafc Mr. J. J. Donnelly lias sold to Mr. Crowe 1100 (more or leas) owes at a satisfactory figure.. : Mr. E. Holloway, of Tooyal, has sold to Messrs. Devlin and Sons 12,000 yonng shcop. Mr. George Mair (E.,E., and Co.), agent. ■? Mr. E. Ashcroft, of Tootal, lias sold to Mr. \V. B. Gibbs, of- Curahost, 2000 wethers (wcauera). Mr.' George• Mair (IS., E., and Co.), agent.. 1000 head of cattle, belonging to Mr. Campbell, of Wal^ett, for sale, will be hero shortly. They are in Mr. Gcorgo Mair's (E., E., and Co.) hands. The GOO store bullocks, purchased from Mr. Horsley, of Gunning, by Mr. George Mair, for ftlr. Thompson, of Kelcunbetc, Victoria, are approaching Wagga., ,Mr. Geor Mair (E., E., mid Co.), ageut. ..'•% W:-\ Mr. A. N. Gilbert, of Warwillah.has sold 100 rams to Mr. Thomas Darchy, of Oxley. , \Vc Icaru that shearing was to have been commenced at Mr. Darlot's, Billaboug sta tion, yesterday. : ' We understand that the 2kd Duke op Brunswick is now on the ...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

COOMA. Mr. J. J. Howell (July 9) reports:—Fat Cattle.—I Bold yesterday at auction on ac count of Mr. Thomas Brown, a fair lot, bul locks from £G 2s Cd to £7 10s,' average £6 : lGs; cows from £5 2s Cd to £6 3s, avarnge £5 ,; 17s Gd. Store Cattle.—No transactions to • report this week. The COO mixed advertised in the late papers in conjunction' with ' 'Messrs. Johnson and Alldritt, of Sydney, have been sold with the Coolamatong Station. i Sheep.—This is the first- week for month* ' that t have not had transactions of some kind to report under this heading, which I| , attribute to the approach of lambing and I shearing. Horses.—I sold during the week , 41 head on account of Mr. M. Shanley to I -'.Mr.'Davidson, of South Australia, at satis- | factory figures, making the number spur- i chased by that gentleman up to 700 during I the last Bix or eight weeks. I

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

JTJiilS OF NEWS. "Wjj learn that Mcssr3. Amos and Co., the Railway contractors, propose to commence operations nt the "Wagga Wngga end of their contract in about a fortnight-. Elsewiikrk it will be seen that the Com mittee of the Mechanics' Institute have de cided on asking Mr. llenimington, of Yass, to give some of his Readings for the benefit of the Library Fund, ahould that gentle man visit Wagga dining the Pastoral Show week. Tn common with a large number of the townspeople, wo hope the Committee will succeed. Mr. lxcinmington'H recent entertainments generously given for the institutions of the district in which he resides, weresuecessful beyond thcauccess of the aver age amateur entertainment. As a reader ibis gentleman has few equals, and his per formance in this way is described iu the most glowing terms by competent judge?. A MKKTijfG in the Insolvent Estalo of John Clark was hold yesterday, before the District Commissioner, II. Itayiis, Esq., for proof of debts and examinat...

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SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

. SANDHUKST. " Messrs. Ettersliank, Englestone and Co.'s repo'rt>(July 13)Fat Cattle.—1,001 were yarded, of these 489 wero only stores. ^There being a small attendance of buj'ers the j ■ bidding was not brisk, and prices in most instances rcccded fully 20s per head, stores brought about late quotations. Wo have sold —184 head from TJlonga, bullocks at £0 7s, cows £8 15s lOd. Fat Sheep.—5,514 were .penned; , The supply being in excess of re quirements the late extreme rates were not f maintained, there was a fall of abo'ut'ls Gd to 28 per head. Best wethers brought from 15s Gd to 10s Gd ; others from 14s ; owes, from 10s to 14s Gd.

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

EUKOFUAjN" news. ISurl Ciulognn has been appointed Under Seerotarv of War in the room of the Earl of 'Pembroke. Admiral Porcntztequi liad been killed til Suntnnder. Prince liisumrek bus ordered the abolition of lUo oflieiul press bureau at Uerlin. A gun cotton explosion lias occurred at "Woolwich. A fire at Lowestoft destroyed Mio telegraph works. General Garibaldi 1ms visited Yillibri, to celebrate the battle fought in 1819. Mr. George Smith has been authorised to spend another thousand pounds in further researches in Mesopotamia. Cardinal Cullen will preside at the Dublin celebration of the centenary of Daniel O'Connell. President Grant lifts met the Sioux chick, and ordered thuni from Black-hill.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

STOCK & STATION AGENTS, &c. BROCK & BROUttHTON, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AND AUCTIONEERS, YOUNG. ROBINSON & BESNARD SUCCESSORS TO ALLEN & CO., STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, YO UNO. A. Le EASTON AND CO. STOCK and STATION AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, &c., Q EO ROE STREET, GRENFELL. BATT/YE/SULLIVAN, & CO. auctioneers, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, FORBES. a Corresponding Agencies in nil tlio principal towns In the colonies. CHARLES ST. BAKER, AUCTIONEER, STOCK & STATION . AGENTS, FORBES. v Aorst rou ■ ';' ' ■ Messrs. R. Gibson. & CO., Melbourne. Messrs. Harrison, Jorics, and Berlin, Sydney; Wolfo und Badgery, West Muitland. CAS1I ADVANCES on ensuing Clip; Also,-; 011 -WOOL,' HIDES, TALLOW, &e., consigned to mo for snlo by my Sydney agents. i .. A. STOKES, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, FORBES. , [Established 18G3.1 GEORGE EL STAFFORD CO.; STOCK AND STATION AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.; . , ■■■.• AUCTIONEER: tJ R A N A. . :v B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

BANKS. , : AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits .it current rates. Drafts issued on all the .Brandies and Agcncies in New South "Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wngga Witgga, 28th September, 18GS. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, i ■ \VAGGA .WAGG-A BRANCH.. DEPOSITS Received 021 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-. . ncss Transacted. Tho Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout NEW SOUTH WALES. VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. • FRED. IV. GOWLLAND, Manager. INSURANCE. THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and Marine Insurance, Assurances of Lives...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

VEHICLES. E. STIDWORTHY, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDER, GENERAL SMITH & FARRIER. Reduction in price. E. S. keeps the beat workmen and material procurable. Prizo Buggy and Waggonette on sate at t Factory. JAMES SIMPSON'S COAOH, BUGGY, & WAGGON MANU FACTORY. The " Arcade," cornor of Laclilan and Simpson-street, Hay. JS. having removed to his new and com » modious premises as above, is now prepared to oxconto any orders in his line with promptness and despatch, at the lowesl rates to ensure good workmanship. N.B.—Splendid stock o! wcll-soasoncd American timber always on band. Wind mills, pumps, pipes, tanks, &c., for salo. W. J. BLAKE & CO., COACH-BUILDERS, ADJOINING THE NEW BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, JOIINSTONE-STREET, BEG to notify to the public that they liavo mado Extensive Additions to their Premises, and aro now prepared to execute all orders iu COACH-BUILDING at PRICES LOWER than hitherto known in Wagga Wacga. W. J. B. & Co. bog to give notice tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

HOTELS. COURT-HOUSE HOTEL, FORBES. L. VANDENBERG, Pkopbietoh. THE above Hotel is situated opposite the > Court-house, and the Proprietor, liaving spared no expense in furnishing and making | additions to tho same, liopes, by strict atten tion and civility, to ensure a fair patronage from his friends and the public generally. Tho comfort is unsurpassed by any of tho leading hotels in the colony. Good Slablinrj, under an Experienced and Careful Oroom. Baths and Billiakds. THE URANA HOTEL, URANA. 71DWIN STAFFORD having taken tho above well-known Hotel, is now pre pared to accommodate his friends and tlie Siridic 111 a style not to be surpassed in 5vorina. Choice Liquors, a Good Table, Airy Bed lloorns, and A1 Stabling will always be. obtained by visitors to the Tirana Hotel. THISTLE HOTEL. PiiorjiiEToii—JOSEPH RICH. Good Stabling, with a Carejul Oroom. • Baths and Billiards. GRENFELL. DUKE OF EDINBURGH HOTEL, BOOLIGAL. ; CHABLJ3Y SIMPSON, Proprietor, (Lato of Hay). CS. assures his f...

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THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. The Singapore baa arrived at Townsville with the following passengers, with Siuga* j p'oro news to Juno 2S :—Mr. anil Mrs.! M'Lean, Mrs; Oswald, Mr. Kiuley, Dr. Ster- 1 ling, Mr. l'age, tour Japanese gentlemen, aud live Japanese in the second cabin. The , cargo for Melbourno includes 5400 packages, I Consequent on a probable war with Eng land, a panic has occurred in Bnrmah among the Chiuese traders, with many failures. The Indian Government bus brought out another loan of Jive millions. Nino Chinese have been executed for mur der, and several others transported to the Andamen Islands. Seven buudred Indian coolies arrived at Pcnaug with smallpox prevalent amongst them. Cholera is prevalent at Singapore, aud II, M. gunboat, the Fly, had been placed iu quarantine. The Dutch are making but little progress in Acheen. They lo3t 100 men iu their last engagement, aud there is much sickness in their army. The Cybele, a London steamer inwards, ran upon a rock near Un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOOIC ' BANK, Fitzmaurice-atreefc. COMMERCIAL BANK, Gurwood-atrect. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS : ■ MORGAN O'CONNOR, near IloBpifcnl. ERASMUS WREN, Tichborno Buildings. R. _C, ROBINSON, Huntley Cottage, Gur wood-streefc. ' {(£ \yiLLIAM LARGE, Kincnid-sfcreefc, DR, FONSWORTH, Fitzmaiirico-strcet. SOLICITORS: FJXZHARDINGE & SONS, the Exchange, Fitznmurice'atreet. . • , , J. 11. GARLAND, Fifczmjiurico-strcet. •• ARCHITECTS: . F. H. NIXON, Gurwood-strccfc. ; G, SHEPPARD, Fitzmauricc-streot, - J. GORDON, Gunvood'Street. STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS;: WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN and Co., s Fizmaurice-streefc. OLIVER, M OR LEY, and TOMPSON, Gur wood-street. GEORGE FORSYTH, Fitzmaurice-streofc. G. A. ELLIOT, (Powers, Rutherford, and . Co.), Mtzmauricc-street. v GEO. MAIR, (Ettersliank, Eaglestone, and Co.), FitzmauricB-street. A. T. BOLTON, (Dalmahoy Campbell, Hep burn, and Co.), Fitzraaurice-street. : LAND AGENT: ■ 30HN BENTLEY...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.' [ASSOCIATED PRESS: TJiLliUHAMS.] LATEST BY GABLE. >.)• •[■ .• <: r - LONDON: July 1G. Owing to incessant rains, -disastrous floods have occurred hi Wales and in the West of England. ■ ■■ July 17. ■ The floods in South Wales and the West of England are subsiding, butfurtlier inunda tions are apprehended if the rain contiuues. The Lord Mayor is receiving subscriptions for the sufferers. •' A'debate has taken place in the French National Assembly on the subject of the Bouapartist intrigues, in the course of which M. Ganibetta attacked M. Buffet, the Minister of the Interior. A motion brought forward by the Left was .'rejected, and a motion, submitted by the liight, of confi dence in the Government, was approved. The union of the Government with the Left has been destroyed, aud the Bonapartists are exultant at the result. At a public meeting, at which Mr. Disraeli presided, the erection of a statue to Lord Byrou in London was resolved on, the amount to b...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

, WEEKLY; CALENDAR. : . | Days of Wjsbk. Wednesday; Thursday Friday 7 Saturday Sunday . II.M. I1 2 -4ii0 2 4 10 L'4)111 L 4 111 ) 4 12 - Moon's i'jiAKn.—July. . Ncw.Moon—Saturday, 3rd, 3.30 p.m.-' , First Quarter- Saturday, lOtli, 8.46 p.11 Full Moon—Sunday, 18th, 11.32 p.m. • Last Quarter—Monday, 20th, 0.44 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTIOtf. July 22.—"Wilkinson, JIann, Minoiiin, iwk1:Co — Wnggonottes, horses, &c., Pastoral Hotel Yards, 12 o clock.. July 24.—G. A. Elliot — Horses, Pastoral Hotel Yards, 11 o'clock. July 20.—Wilkinson, Hann, Mincuin, and Co.— Store cows/North Wagga yards, 2 o'clock. July 20;— G. A. Elliot—Maiden owes,'Pastoral Hotel Yards,'12o'clock. m *•.. August 4. — "Wilkinson, ITann, Minciiin, and Co. —Vnluablo town properties, Australian Hotel, 2 • ' o'clock;..." • •• • / September 0. —/"Wilkinson, fHANjT,!MiNOiiiN/ and Co.— Pure-bred stock. v-- : ^ - v.~•: September 0.—ETTF.nsiiANK, Eaqlkstonk, and Co. . — Puro merino rams.:. .

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