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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

Mdrrombidoee turf club ANNUAL RACES, TO BE HELD AT WAGGA WAGGA, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, DECEMBER Sth, Oth and lOtb, 1S75. Patron : HIS EXCELLENCY SIR HERCULES ROBINSON, KiC.M.G. Judqe - MI?. JOHN ICINO. ! v Stkwauds: MESSRS. J. GORMLY, E. C. PEARSON, J. ICING, J. COX, M. N. CALLAGHAN. HANBlCArPF.il : MR. JAMES GORMLY. FIRST DAY. MARES' PRODUCE STAKES, a sweep stakes of 5 sovs. each, 2 It., with 40 added. Weights, Colts, Sst. 71bs. ; Fillies, Sst. 41bs- Three-quarters of a mile. Entries closed with 42 Domi nations. Entrance free. SELLING STAKES of fiO sovs.. Tho winner to be sold by auction for .{MO. Onc^uiilc nnd ft quarter. IF entered to bo sold for £30, allowed 71bs; if for £20, Mlbs; if lor £1(1, -lib*. Weight for age. THIS WAGGA CUP, a sweepstakes 20 soys. each, 2 ft., or 10 if declared, with 1000 , guineas added ; the winner of any handi* cap racc of the value of 200 boys., after the declaration of weights, to carry 6 lbs j of two or more such races, 10 lbs extra....

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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FASHIONS—MEN AND WOMEN. (Melbourne Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

FASHIONS—MEN AND WOMEN. (Melbourne Punch.) It is very amusing to hear men pretend a virtuous indignation at this, that, or the other fashion that I and my fair sisters think proper to follow. At the present moment they seem to ho excrciscd in their mind? about the way we wear our hair, and the stupids have invented all sorts of theories to account rationally for our determination to sacrifice our locks. As if reason had any thing to do with it ! I will explain the motives of women in the fullest and most satisfactory manner when I get a man to tell me why one generation of his sex shave their faces and another lets the hair grow whither it listeth?—Why Dundreary whiskers have supplanted mutton chops ? Why, instead of long greasy locks straggling over the shoul ders as mamma tolls me she can remember, should we now have it about the length of the fur on a mouse's back ? Tt is simply, my friends, hoeause it is the fashion. We don't slop to inquire whether the fashion is good or bad, b...

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SYMPATHY IN CRIME. (Western Independent). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

SYMl'ATIIY IjSt CRIME. ( HVsfo'tt Independent); 1 In t he year 1857, in the city of Nov York, | a wonian'murdercd her husband under cir I cumstances of great atrocity, mid during the excitement occasioned by her trial tlirce other ! women murdered their husbands, Some I years back a student attempted to murder the King of Prussia, and soon afterwards a 1 similar attempt was made by a young man on l the life of Amelia, Queen of Greece. The , notorious crimes for which Br. Pritehard "was 1 executed, followed soon after a series of ! similar (coinmit ted by J)r. La Pommerias in i France. Some years back Monsignor Silbour, Archbishop of-Paris, was assassinated by iv Priest named Verger, and fifteen days after ■wards an attempt, was made by another Priost to murder Monsignor Prossini of Mates near Naples. In 1SG8 flic journals of Marseilles' commented in exciting terms on the fact of a child having been abandoned in a public thoroughfare, and Hie same crime was re peated more than a doze...

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A STRANGE ANL DREADFUL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

A STRANGE ,\>'L DREADFUL STORY. Mr. Charles Greville, in his Memoirs, re lates a singularly distressing and romantic story, which wis told to Moore, the poet, l\v , Sir.Phillip Crampton, the Surgeon-General. "Some years ago," said Crampton, '*1 -was present at a duel that was fought between a ; youag man of the name of Maeloughlin and , another Irishman. Maeloughlin was des perately wounded ; his second ran to him, and ! thought to console him with the intelligence | thnt his antagonist had also fallen. He only replied, ' I am sorry for it, if ho is suffering as 1 much as I do now.' I was struck by the ; good feeling evinced in this reply, and took an interest in the fate of the young man. Ho recovered, and a few years afterwards I heard that he had been arrested on suspicion of having murdered his father-in-law. He was tried and found guilty, chiefly on the evidence of a soldier who happened to be passing in the middle of the night near the house where the murder was committed. ...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

YASS. Messrs. Jones find Broushton's reportI-'at c.ittlc In great request. Our sales this week linvc been 10 fut bullocks, on nceount of J. T. .Tones, at a fatisfae factory figure. We quote—bullocks, £0 10s to £S: cows, £6 to £1 liis. Store cattle.—Wc have no sales to- report, Irot havo several enquiries. The demand is improving ns we get through the winter, and we expect to do much under this head after next month. We quote bullocks. £4 10s to £.r» f>s ; cows, £3 to £6 fis. Fat sheep.—We have no sales to report, and few coming forward. I'hoy are worth at our vauls from lis to 13s. Store sheep.—Wo have buyers for good weddera, but few offering. Wo V.uote wedd'ers, 8s to fls ; ewes, 7s Cd to lis (Id. Jlorses.—Wc sold nt our yards several head, but all of nn inferior quality; any good stock ccming forward would sell well.

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ECHUCA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

. ECHTJCA AND NEICHIliOmiHOOI). [by a TRAVELLING CONTIiJDUTOIt.] Oif Monday evening, nt 8 31.111., we arrived a! . tlio wharf, Kchuea. As it, was very dark, and I did not know the bearings of the place, I did not land. Nearly nil of our fellow passengers, however, Jeft. us. On Tuesday morning I was up by daybreak, and had a look round, being anxious to seo a place which I had been told by several "Waggoniana . had.to play second fiddle to Wngga. The first thing I noticed was the immense ex fmnsc of water—the river being heavily icavily flooded. From where we lay to the N.S.W. side, could not. have been less than n fijile and from tho boat's deck I could pco several houses with more watei* in and about them than I should fancy their owners altogether liked. Bcports were current that a higher flood than that of 1870 was immi nent; such, however, was not the ease, as the water on Tuesday was stationery. Turning my eyes shoreward, I was at oneo struck with tho appearance ol the splendid...

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

COOMA. Mr. J. J. (Howell reports : — Fat Cattle.— I cold yesterday fit auction, on account of Mr. Thos. Brown, 18 bead—bullocks from £f> 15s to £7 303, average £0 Cs 3d; cows from £4 lis to £5 10s, average £5 3s Od. These were only a medium lot und light weights. Store Cattle.—Not many transactions In . this class just now. I sold a small lot of mllcli cows with calves on account of Mr. Thomas Urown yc.ster . day at auction and privately from £3 10s to £5 ; also a small lot on account of Air. <T. Peters at £0, pri vately. Sheep.—I delivered on Wednesday to Mr. D. Ityrle, of Coolrlngdon, G50 two to live years wethers at 8s, boing the only lot I have to report upon this week. Market well supplied with fat sheep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

IMPOUNDING!!. South Gusdaoai.—On the 5th July, from Gillen groo, by order of Mr. It. Whittickcr ; sum due at date of notice, 13s. each Bay horse, star, N over B near shoulder, broken ; cliesnut marc, blind off eye, like 2 over JO near shoulder, broken; brown colt, star and snip, off fore and hind feet white, p over W near shoulder ; bay horse, bald face, hind feet white, like JJ over writing capital G near shoulder, broken; brown Ally, star, hind feet white, fC over 2 near shoulder. To bo sold on 20th July. South Gunda<iai.--On the 0th July, from Jacka loss, by order of J. M'Grath ; sum due at date of notice, 0s. Cd. Black horse,star andsnip, near hind foot white, GTF over W over F near shoulder, shod nil round. Also, on the same date from Bangus, by Charles HayesBlack horse, bob-tail, off hind foot white, stripe down fjice, fll) off shoulder. Bay horse, star, liko JM near shoulder, broken. To be sold 20th July. Adelono.—On the 1st day of July, 1S75, from Adelong Creek, b...

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LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

LONDON WOOL 11EPORT. Messrs. C. Baltne and Co. reportDuring the past fortnight, competition at the wool sales lias exhibited occasionally rather less evenness, but any tendency to irregularity has been merely such as is invariably incidental to the progress of a long series of auctions, and quotations remain substantially unchanged, (he lower grades of Adelaide growth, forming the only class of our staple which has in any way lost ground nlnco the commencement of the scries. lor all classes of good and superior wool, cspnclally, the domand continues exceedingly keen at the full nd vanco recently established, nor docs the .sensibly in* creased supply of half-bred growths appear to have nfTectcd the higher range of value recently ruling for such parcels. Capo wools arc daily getting in scarcer citpply, and remain very firm in price, with an in cllnation to rule rather more than less in sellers' favour. The larger portion of the arrivals for the current sales has thus been marUteed in ...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

TOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIM K T A. IS I# K OKTIIK A1UUVAJ, ANT> DESPATCH OP MAILS. AIllllVAI.H. SunTMon. Tue. WimI Tim. FrJ. S.\t. Sydney.. Tarcutta Junco .. Yoss .. DcnlHqufn .. Urtina .. Jlfty .. K.ir&mtcrft .. Albury.. .. Cookandinn.. Clarendon .. Svdney.. .. Tarcutta .Twnco .. .. Yass .. DenlKquIn .. Tirana .. Hny .. .. Narandera . Albary.. .. Cookandlna.. Clarendon .. nEFAivrunns Sun. Mon. Tue.' Wed Thu. Frt. Sat. a ir» 3 15 10 4C> 10 45

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ANTWERP WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

ANTWERP WOOL liEPORl'. Messrs. Itenard Tiros. and Co. report :~WooI.—As usual after tlio closc of the public sales transactions during tho first half of day have been unimportant. Sinco then business has resumed its former activity, and the pvlces paid for greasy lleece show little altera tion from tho average rates realised at tho sales. If thero Is any change it Is in favor of buyers, and the market is slightly weaker. Private sales amount to 402 bales, of which 403 are Australian. Lambs wools are in small demand, and could only be realised at a decline on late rates. The whole of the wool now on hand amounts to 30,723 bales, (of which 15)1 bales are Australian.) We quote—Buenos Ayres greasy, good to superior, llM to I2d : medium, lOd to lid: ordl nary, 8Jd to fifd : inferior, 7{d to 8d : MontevIdcoB, superior, 13d to l.'ljd : medium, 12d to 12Ad; ordi nary, lid to 11 jd : inferior, SJdito Oil. Sheepskins.— The demand continues excellent for all good skins. Inferior arc neglected....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

liOOEL IT' THIS ! . AND lieiucniber wheu yoti arc Buying' JUrapcry aiul Boots GO TO G... ,p.OETHORN'8 Ho 1ms tlio.LARGEST, the CHEAPEST, and BEST ASSORTED STOCK of DRAPERY and BOOTS in Wngga Wagga. His PRICES are MUCH LOWER than elsewhere. And why ? Because he imports his goods direct from the manufacturers, and thns sftvos the importer's profitB. To thoso in the country ! Sond for a £5 Bale, as per advertisement, from C. CORTHORN. C. CORTHORN has great pleasure in stating that, having engaged a DRESSMAKER &'MILLINER Of undoubtod ability from Molbourno, he is now prepared to execute orders to any extent in either of the above departments at Sydney and Melbourne prices.,t —: o SEousaiag1 Orders Ssscnted at once.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

Special Advertisements. "Wool. H A.STINGS CUNINGrllAM AND CO., ■WOOL-BEOKBES, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, AUSTRALASIAN WOOL STOKES, Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. WE bog to notify the Woolgrowers of the Murrumbidgeo, Lachlau, and Darling districts that we aro prepared to makoliboral advances on tho most favourable terms upon tlio Ensuing Clip op Wool, and also upon approved statiou securities. Having made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, we are enabled to ofler facilities for conducting tho trade unsurpassed by any firm in tho colonics; and as we strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONliY ON COMMISSION, wo have no interest, cither directly or indirectly, in tho purchase of any produce, thereby affording to our constituents the surest guarantee that tho extreme market value will at all times bo secured for their consignments. Our Sales, during tho ensuing Wool Season, will be regulated accor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

WAITED. WANTED, n BULLOCK DlUVElt. Apply to A. MACKAY, Gobbagom ba!in. "\\TANTLiD, a good GENEltAL SEll W VANT; also a NUltSH GIKL. Apply JlltS. HOl'liK, Victoria House. TTTANTED, MEN, with a Bullock Team, YV to orcct Cliock-amMog I'oncing, Apply to E. C. l'EAKSON, Sandy Creole; or to WILKINSON, UANN, MINOHIN, ami Co., Wagga Wnggn. SPECIAL NOTICES. CRICKET.—A meeting of those interested in the formation of a Cricket Club at Newtown will bo held at the .ROYAL HOTEL at half-past 7 o'clock on WEDNES DAY EVENING, the 28th inst. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP OTICE is hereby given that the Partner ship hitherto existing between the undersigned at Wngga Wagga and Coota mundra, as Soda-water and Cordial Manu facturers, has been dissolved by mutual consent. From this date all debts owing by the late partnership will be paid by MIL EATON, and all moneys due to. the Part nership will be received by liim, his receipt being a suiiicient discharge. Dated 2Gfch -July, 1875. (Signed) WILLIAM SEYMOUR E...

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STOCK AND WOOL REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

STOCK AM) WOOL REPORTS; SYDNEY. Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report (-Tnly 24):—Wool.—No wool galea this week. The account sales and catalogues to hand by tlio tnall which ar rived yesterday show satisfactory results from those shipments which were sold in the last aeries of sales In London, and no doubt this will encourago buyers • in giving full prices here. Of course It Is too early : jot to forecast the pri res likely to vulc {or next season's wools, but front present prospects of the market they nre likely to be such as to encourage sales in the colony in preference to shipping in London. Sheepskins.—In thu absence of sales this week wo arc unablo to refer to anything specially. 3'rices are well kept up, and the demand very active. Tallow.—140 casks offered, 118 sold. Although no material alteration in the market can be noted, we think n slight tendency upwards was manifested both in shipping and trade tallows. Quotations—Hest inutton, £35 to £W; ditto beef, £31 10s to £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at curront rates. Drafts issued oil all tlio Branches and Agencies in New South "Wales, Queensland, "Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, oil England, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COXTEE, Manager. Wngg.i Wagga, 2Sth.Septemher, 1868. r. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING' COMPANY OF SYDNEY. NVAGGA WAGGA BRANCH. ' DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved1 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 , • SOVTII WALES, * VICTORIA, - QVUENSLANIV SOUTII AUSTRALIA ' • ' ; • • TASMANIA, > . ( v . NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. ' FRED. W. GOWLLAND, • . ' • Manager. I Insurance. milE AUSTllALBAN ALLIANCE I ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and M...

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

YOUNG. Messrs. Robinson and Besnard (.July 23) report Fat Stock.—Transactions are still confined to small lots, chiefly for local consumption. We have a small lot of bullocks and a lot of prime sheep being in spected to-day Store C.ittle.— "Wo have numerous enquiries for bullocks, and could find ready sate for, say 609, if well-grown. "We sold for Mr. Bruce Prater, Wombat, 12 head of bullocks—workers—to Mr. J. A. M'Kinnon. Metnegong, and have a mob of bullocks trf-bo Inspected on Monday. Store Sheep.—Many buyers are in the mnrkct for this class of stock. We have placcd several lots of both sexes under offer during the past week, and have sold to Mr. A. Colls 1300 owes, on account of Mr. .7, A. M'Kinnon, Memo* gong. .Messrs. Brock and Broughton (July 23) reports Fat Stock.—Transactions arc still confined to small lots, chiefly for local consumption. "We have a small draft of bullocks, and a lot of prime sheep being in spected to-day. Store Cattle.—We have numerous enquiries for bullo...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

GOULBUIiN. Messrs P. S. Cohen ami Co. reportFat Cattle. : —Market steady and prices for prime beef firm at 21s to 22s per lOOlbs. Quotations—Jfest bullocks, £3 to . £8 19a ; medium to good, £7 to £7 10s ; cows, £5 f»s to £0 10s. Store Cattle.—Tho market at present is not over and above brisk, nor do wc anticipate any extensive operations in this description of stock until tho Spring. We quote all bullocks 1003 to lUs; equal sexe?, 80s to 0f>s ; co«s, 05s to IHK i'at Sheep. —TUc market Is very bare of prime quality sheep. A flock of really good would sell well for local consump tion We quoto best Willi wethers, 12s to l?Jn : lighter . weights in proportion. Store Sheep,—No business • doing in this class of stock, and good sheep very scarce. Quotations — fJood sound G and 8-tooth wethers, 8s to 0s ; ewes, fta Gd to lis. Horses.—-Good upstanding draught colts and well bred hacks and buggy horses arc in demand.

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

ALB [TRY. TfHOM OUR OWN COUREsroNDENTl. Judging from the names which appear to an advertisement: iu each of our local papers tho domonstratron on the O'Connell Centenary will bo on a largo if not grand eealo in Albury. Tho whole affair is a proof thai; tho spirit of tho age is not bo sordid as cynical writers say. Tho people after all will admiro and rcvero work and genius, and merits. I should only add that it is to be hoped the success will bo j in all respects worthy of the great departed' worthy of tho principles of civil and religious i liberty, and in keeping with tho generous hospitality which characterises Albury. Tho 1 cheer of tho banquet-hall may bo only tran sient, the romance and poetry arising from tho sparkling champagne may bo only delusion, tho cloquonco and oratory may bo tho most bombastic twaddle, still the union of so many persons is conclusive testimony that there aro many occasions when tho small social barriers which keep pcoplo asunder may be removed without...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDIU. (FROM OUIt OWN COllHESPONDENT.) Messrs. A. an<l It. Amos, the contractors of the Great Southern Railway from Yass to Wagga Wagga have determined on making concession and holding out considerable in ducements for men to work the line by re ducing the daily labour to nine Hours instead of ten, and giving the sauio rate of wages. Meu with horses arc much wanted to work the 44 dobbins." This is a good stroke , of policy on their part, as a great number of men arc wanted to push on the works as soon as the weather will permit. Of late the rain has been too frequent to make much headway. Cuttings arc to be opened at the Billabongand Junee, and an office and camp to be opened about four miles from Wagga. If the contractors carry out their present intentions, and can succeed in getting a suffi cient number of men, wo may expect to sec the line from Betbungra to Wagga under weigh in the summer. hear there is a want of some enterprising, energetic, hard-work...

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