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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

" This la true liberty, when frceborn men, Hftvlag to adviso the public, may speak free." , Milton. "WEDNESDAY;' JULY 21, 1875. By a variety of circumstances not often following upon the career of tlio greatest criminals, the narno and fame of the bushrangor &akdki;h seem destined to bo kept.for ever green in the memory of New South Wales. Parliamentary debates ad nauseam— a Governor's minute opening up great constitutional questions leading to a Ministerial defeat; a general election —and finally, the promise of something like a quarrel between the Governor and the Chief Justice, are certainly somewhat remarkable events, out of which some future biographer of the bush bravo will doubtless find ample materials for the raising up a tasteful literary monument to his fame. The man himself, now we are told, walking as straight in the paths of virtuo and innocence as the avocation of a San Francisco publican will permit, must be no little edified by the storms of political strife...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

Special Advertisements. WOOL. J. H. CLOUGH & CO. Wool Brokers, Stock and Station Agents, Me ldo u it n e. Established 1854. . .:T H. CLOTJGH & CO. beg to announce J , ..- to tho Wool.growers of tbo Australiau Colonics tbafc their warehouses aro now com* plcto for tho. reception of wool for sale or shipment, nnl that all consignments cn trusted to tbeir care will receive their per sonal attention. The new show room is well lighted, and all wool will bo carefully opened and exhibited, and tho highest market value realised. They aro prepared to mako LIDERAL GASH ADVANCES On the ensuing clip, either for sale hero or iu London, and upon all other jjroducc con* signed to them. Their auction- sales of Wool are hold overy Monday during tbo season, and oftoner, if desired; and of Shcopskins, Hides, Tallow, • and Leather every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday throughout the year. CLOU GITS WOOL WAREHOUSES, COLLINS STREET WEST, MELBOURNE. AGENTS.AT WAOGA: Miasiw. OLIVEIt, MOliLE...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

MELBOURNE WOOF, MARKET. < '.Messrs. Hastings Ciiiiingham nnd Co re port j—Wool—The amount of business doing, in tliis commodity i? quite as much as is . ;usual at' this time of the year, and all lots offered at auction meet with very brisk com-. v. petition, and realise very gatisfaetory.priees. \Vo yesterday submitted about 30 bales of; greasy and scoured, disposing of all at full rates. Sheepskins maintain their valuo at ! last quotations, fair competition being mani fested at the sales, and largo numbers passing into the hands of the local fellmongcrs at the following rates, viz.:—Butchers' skins, 4s to . 7s.,.superior to 8s. each; dry and station skins, 3s. to 5s. Gd each, and 4d. to 8d. per lb. * Hides.—We have to report a still further decline in the value of hides, salted lots with difficulty realising up to 5£d. per lb. for first class samples. Wearo selling green ox hides at 26s. to to 33s ; cow, 17s to 24s. each j salted, 4£d. to H^d. j)er lb; calfskins are wort...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

THE MURRUMBIDGER A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (communicated.) Leaving the town of Balranald early this morning, I had no opportunity ..of fered for a ramble. I saw, however, that it is very pleasantly situated, but overy thiDg.iu the shape of vegetation vexy dry, little or no rain having fallen for Borne time.- The river is also much lower as we headed the flood waters yesterday compared with the river at Wagga. It is hero a tniserablo stream, harrow, crooked, and its surroundings nniulorosting. Wo passed this morn ing an out-station belonging to the celebrated Yanga Lake, which hns been recently pui-chased at a high figure by Mr. C. D. Fisher, who hns already commenced making extensive improvements, with a view to makeup a model run. If ho surpasses iu ap pearanee somo of the homesteads wo have' already seen he will make a hole in his exchequer. Carraby sta tion and woolshed wo also saw. The country about is low, flat, and marshy, the reed beds again making thoir ap pearance. I am told ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

1UVER GAU.GE. ' I Showing tlie height of the Murnimbidgee . above sumtncr levcl at WaggaWagga:— FL •/»». July 20 (falling). ■ f», ■■ 10 0

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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IMPOUNDIDGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

mrouxDiNQS. • Ujuna,—On the 25th June, from free selection, by J. \crdcn, Esij.; sum due at date of uotiee. 7s. (Jd Urown Iiorso, switch tail, saddle-marked, COP above •DGnear shoulder, near hind foot white, J before J - reversed off shoulder, aged, 15 hands high. To he - -soldon July 22nd. JIunnuMnuiiitAH. — On tlie 25th .Tunc, from Nimby, by J. 15. Donkin, JCsfj.: sum due at date of notice, 10s. .*—Mouse-colored working bullock, off ear ' marked, star, like 7 ki near ribs,.! K over22 off rump, indistinct brand like M near rump, white flanks, hind .feet white; red and white steer, illegible brand off • rump. To be sold on 22nd July. South Oundaoat.—On thef.th July, from CiUlen • ;groo, by order of Mr. R. Whitticker ; sum due at date ...of notice, 13s. cach JJay hor.'e, star, N overB near . shoulder, broken ; ehesnut mare, blind off eye, like 2 over JO near shoulder, broken ; brown colt, star ami snip, off fore and hind feet white, f over \V near shoulder ; bay horse, bald face, hin...

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

DANK OF NEW SOUTH WALKS. PREMISES have been secured, and n Branch of this Bank will be opened At JEllILDERIE at an early date. C.E. SCRIVEN, For the Inspector. July 20, 1875. . 10-10-76. Wool. ' h astings "Tuning-ham •AND CO:, ' WOOL-BROKEES, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, ■ - Collins-street "West, MELBOURNE. WE beg to notify the Woolgrowcra of the Murrumbidgec, Lnchlan, and Darling districts that we arc prepared to make liberal advances on the most favourable terms upon the Ensuing Ci.ir of Wool, and also upon approved station securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity lins been doubled, we are enabled to offer facilities for conducting the trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonics; and as we strictly conlinc our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, we have no interest, either dircctly or indirectly, in the purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents...

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A HINT TO SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

A HINT TO SQUATTERS. Writing- regarding how wild horses can bo be turned to account, tho Paris correspondent of tlio Hour, snys :— j " There was no chairman, and whether it was tho French fashion, or because there was nothing to be thankful for, I know not, but no one said grace. The first dish that was served was sonp, made from some part of the horse, a plentiful supply of toasted bread being put upon each plato aB woll ; and I cun honestly Bay that, had I not known that h borso had beon sacrificed for the occasion, I should have considered the soup the finest I had over tasted. The various courses which followed would take too much timo to descvibo in de tail. It must, therefore, suflico to say that tho horso sausages were quite as good as thoso imported from Germany, the origin of which is generally loft to our own invention to discover. Tho " Foies d'Ano " was my first introduc tion to the ass in this form, and cer tainly I havo a more pleasant reinetn branco of that animal to-...

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THE DUKE OF ATHOL. (Sydney Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

THE DUKE OP ATHOL. (Sydney Mail. J Mr. J. T. l'indale, of By long-, tho owner of the stolen racehorse Duke of Athol, arrived in Mudgee this ofter uoon, and furnished mo with the fol lowing particulars regarding- the steal ing of nud search after tho Duke. Oil the night of tlio 2Gth cf last May the horse, which was in chargo of young Howell, tlio grootn sont from Sydney by Mr. Want to deliver the Duko ut Bylong, was stolen from tlio Bylong stubloa. In tlio stublo was Mr. Tin dale's colebrated horse Gemmi do Vorgy, who was loft untouched. A man narued Jones slept on a loft over tho stablo at night, but on tho dsij previous to the horso being stolen had obtained leave lo go and seo some I'rioiida at tho Turon River, eo that on the night tho Dnko was stolen no porson slept at the stable. Mr. Tin dale was away at Iho Bogan at the time, some 800 miles from Bylongi Ho got n telegram of the theft at inid-day on tho 20th of May, or three days after tho theft, as ho was 011 his way home, and ...

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

MURRUMBLDGEB ' PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ELEVENTH EXHIBITION, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1875. A—Tuokougimjred Houses. Sect. 1—Best Stallion over 3 yrs. Cham pion Prize, £6; second, £3 ; third, Honorary Certificate. Sect. 2—Best Stallion under 3 yrs. First prize, £3 ; second, H. C. Sect. 3—Beat Marc. First, £3j second, H.O. B— Draught Horses. Scct. 1—Best Stallion over 3 yrs. Champion Prize, £0 ; second, £3 ; third, H.O. Sect. 2—Best Stallion under 3 yrs. .First, £3 ; sccond, Honorary Certificate. Sect. 3—Beat Marc over 3 yrs. First, £3 j second, Honorary Certificate. C—Short Horns. Scct. 1—Best Bull over 3 yrs.. First, £5 j second, £2; third, H. C. i Sect. 2—Best Bull 2 to 3 yrs. First, £4; second, £2; third, H. C. 1 Scct. 3—Best Bull 1 to 2 yrs. First, : £3 j , second, £2 j third, H. C. ! Sect. 4—Best Bull under 12 months. First, £2 j sccond, £1 ; third, H. C. Scct. 5—Best Cow over 3 yrs., calf at foot. First, £4; second, £2; third, H.C. Sect, 6—Best Cow over 3 yrs, {to calve with ...

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

.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 the presence of disease or impure blood or humours in the human systems where it is used, and thus it ir that it always eftects complete and lasting cures.—Advt. Holloway's Pills. — Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are 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 the body and tho mind with uuwonted energy. Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in the evacua tory...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 21 July 1875

MARRIED, PRATT — HARDING. — On the 20th ultimo, at Wagga Wagga, by the Rev. C. Stead, JAMES PRATT, of Ruby Vale, Junee, to ANN, eldest daughter of Mr. JOHN HARDING, of Stonewall, Oura. No cards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

PICTURES! A LOT FOR SALE "CHEAP' AT TIIK ) H AXi L OF COMME RCE. tnt.o v ON SALE JgY THE'UNDERSIGNED Finest New Currants Finest New Raisins Finest New Sultanas . . Muscatels . ; . Jordan Almonds Lemon, Orange & Citron- peel Spices, all kinds Chinese preserves Ginger ■ ■ ■ ,• ■ Chow Chow Cumquots Jellies Lime Juice Crosse & Blackwells potted mr>nf.s i • • Ham Tongue Chickon Beef Bloater Paste Auchovio Paste English Hams V . > • Colonial Hams} very Pnmo English Cheese 1 New Zealand do}Stilton shape Also, A very large and varied Stock of . . Ironmongery China " Glass Earthenware, &c. E. SHAW, GURWOOD STREET, Wagga Wagga STOLEN or Strayed from Coluinbo station, near Tirana, between 700 and 800 MAIDEN EWES, branded with L over travelling T on back. Back notch out of oft car, tip of near ear, and front uotcli. A reward of £10 will bo paid for such informa tion as will lead to their recovery; or, if stolen, a reward of £50 will be given on con viction of the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

HolLOWAY'.S OlNTAFUNT AND PlLLS.— Ab sccsscs, Erysipelas, Pilea. "Unvarying suc cess attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped round eaeh pot and box. They arc invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderato perseverance, and trilling expense will enable the moat dillidont to conduct any case to a happy issuo without exposing secret iufirinitics to anyone.

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ARISTOCRATIC TIPPLING. (The World.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

ARISTOCRATIC TIPPLING. (The World.) Idleness on tho part of somo, com -bined" idleness and excitement on'the part of others, and the feverish race for woalth and renown on that of others, cause triany members of the upper and middle classes to havo con stant recoureo to tho glass. The regi mental officer who takes no interest in his profession, and has many bvokon hours 011 his hand, passes the time by drinking that compouud christened by Anglo-Indians a peg—i.o., n glass of brandy and soda-wator, The man of business gives-a fictitious strength to bis nerves, tried by tho ups and downs of commercial life, by repeated visits to tho cupboard in which he keeps his <3vy sherry or bis choice old Maderia. The dandy feels incnpabloof facing tho fatiguos of bis aimless lifo till ho has taken, to dissipate tho effects of the provious night's dissipation, a curiously concoivod pick.mo.up obtained from a fashionable chemist. The worst of it is that no longer is the vice monopo. lise...

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TWO FACES. (Queen.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

TWO FACES. , (Queen.) ' It is ono' of the worst misfortunes ofc worneu tliat falsehood is not con sidered a dishonour among them, 'l'o call a man a liar is liko calling biro a coward—an offence to tho vory soul and heart of his manhood, the very in tegrity of bis being. To cull a woman deceitful, a roinancor, or a falsifier, is not to honour hor certainly, but not to dishonour bor as it would dishonour her husband or her brother. She is privileged to wear two faces under one hood, becauso nothing better is expected from hor ; and society con dones hor sin as the sin of weakness which she is expected to commit, just as you expect a frayed rope to break. . . . . One of the commonest forms of tho two faces is that of per sonal flattery and behind backs ovil speaking. Most of us have known this kind of thing only too well, and winced under it. Onr (apparently) dovoted friend aud unconditional admirer comos about us with the sweetest phrasos, offering us the delicious honoy of praise exa...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET, j "Wednesday, July 21. •Fat Cattle.—840head wcro yardod for tlic •week's stipply; chiefly from GHpps Land, about half of which were of prime and good quality, and. the balance consisted of middling and. inferior descriptions. In eon&equem'c of the short supply tho demand' was brisk throughout, and priecs advunccd from 25s to 35s per head, according to quality, on last weok'e rates. Primo pens of bullodcs sold at -.from £1'1 to £15 17s Gd, good do, from £11 to £12 10s, second do from £9 10s to £1010s, •iirferioT from £9. Extra quality cows sold at from £1117s Gd to £11 5s, others from £G upwards. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Go. sold—50 bullocks, for Mr. I). Power, Ihtsliy-pavk, at £10 Is Gd; 39 do for Mr. W. - E. Power, Power's-court, at £10 3s j 35 do for Mr. Win. II. Wilson, and 71 do for Messrs. Blarton, Thos. Henty, Higgs, Raiee, and Mulcare, to £12. Messrs. Peck, Hudson,. and Ray nor sold <17 for Messrs. Staughton Brothers, Eyn...

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GIGANTIC KITE-FLYING. (Sydney Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

GIGANTIC KITE-FLYING. {Sndneii Punch.) Somo inon su'0 born ricli, some acquiro riches, ami somo liavo riches stolon from tlioin, In liis recent cru sado against tho "Commercial Moral ists " of tbo day, and especially in liis lust iveok's issue, Mr. Punch bad oc casion to allude in strong terms to tbo method employed by tbo "Honest Rogues " for tbo purposo of inducing tho " Pillars of our Commerce " to aid thorn in their nefarious schemes for their own solf aggrandisement, at tbo risk or with tho cortainty of ruining thoso who confide in thoir unctuous speech and garb of pretentions piety. This modo is known in tho mercantile world as "Kite-flying." A roninrk nhlo enso in point has just como undor Mr. P.'s notice. Fancy a firm, which wo will Farina and Suit, outoring into partnership with a party in a didereiii lino of business, and fnrming with him another firm which wo will designate Taraxicum and Co. Fancy Mr. Farina, desiring money for gigantic speculations in which Taraxicum and...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

iMULHOUUXK WOOL MARKET. Messrs R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:— Wool.—There is nob much business doing in , wool at fcliis season of the year. Prices are | very firm, the continued favourable advices j from England having given confidence. The I opening of the next London sales is now be ginning to be looked forward to, and with the moderate quantity available, it scums likely that prices will he sustained. Sheep skins.—AVc havo disposed of an average sup ply during the week at satisfactory prices. Dry skins were rather dillicult of sale, but wo succeeded in placing the bulk offered at the following prices Butchers' skins sold from 4s to 7s each, crosshrcds up to 8s Gd cacti, dry skins from 3s Cd to 5s each; station skins, 5d to 8d per lb. Hides.— This market is very dull at present, and wo havo some diiliculty in disposing of the supply offered at favourable prices; calfskins, in particular, showed a downward tendency. We quote as follows;—Ox hides, from 25 a to 34s each ; cow hides...

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MR. DISRAELI AND THE PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 24 July 1875

MR-. DISRAELI AND THE PREMIERSHIP. Drawing attention to the rumour that Mr. .Disraeli will probably resign at tlm close of tho session, the Examiner points out that tho Prime Minister has at difleront times within tho last four months shown all tho signs of intel lectual weariness. Now he has seemed torpid in tho prosenco of stirring events, apathotic, half conscious of things around him, almost comatose. Anon he has boon restless, with tho spasmodic, purposeless, and ungoverned effortB of an exhausted man. His tompor fails him, too ; bis cool head often reels, bis powers of calculation are easily disturbed. It is clear that his lack of interest in his work and his ability to labour continuously on tho lines of any policy aro dangerous to the stability of the Government. Having led bis wanderers through the wildorucsB and into the Land of Promise, Mr. Disraeli's powors desort biin on a sudden. Ho will not, or canuot, load bis sheep quiotly through tlio rich green pasture. Like the s...

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