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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

• PASTORAL MEMS. Tho following produce telegram, dated London, tho 22nd instant, has been received by tho Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company "Up to dato 250,000 bales of wool have arrived for next sales, and there has been a litblo private inquiry. Tho tallow market is quiet; mutton £42, beef £♦10. Leather market easier; 7000 aides Australian solo changed hands since last re port. 103 head of fat cattlo, purchased from Mr. Stinson by Messrs. Bowen and McAlistor, crossed tho bridge on Monday. W., H., lvi. and Co., ageuts. Messrs. WM H., M. and Co. report tho sale of Lako Cowal Station, with 14,000 sheep and 2400 head of cattlo on account of Messrs. R. H. Clarence and Co. to Messrs. Itickctson and Ghinn. We learn that Mr. E. C, Pearson, of Sandy Creek, «gavo delivery on Monday to Mr. Georgo Mair, jun., of the 100 head of prime storo cattlo purchased by that gentlo man for Mr. Thompson of ICelimboto, Vic toria. Ou Monday 3G00 mixed sheep belonging to Mr. Frank Garner, of Ya...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MANIFEST OF THE STEAMER VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

: MANIFEST OF THE STEADIER VICTORIA. . P. Hoiicr, Wagga—I coso powder, a case3 axe3, 1 nest tubs, 2 colls liaylashings, 1 bundle perambulators 0 cases, galvanised iron, 1 bag spikes and tubes, 3 bundles spouting, 1 do pipes, 1 do elbows, 1 do brackets, 8 kegs lead, 1 cask clmin, 2 boxes pegs, 1 cask hard-ware, 2 cases do, .1 weighing machine, 1 pillar for do, 10 cases brandy, 5 do schnapps, 1 do preserved fruits, 2 coils rope, I bdle galvaidsed-iron buckets, 10 drums oils. 1 loll zinc, 1 bdle tin buckets, 2 do sashes, 3 tins nails, 0 grindstones, 5 drums tar, 4 cases raddle, 1 bundle brooms, 1 case shears, 3 eases turps, 1 cask lamp black, 1 keg slut, 8 do nails, 1 bundlo frying pans, 1 case twine and turkey stone, 2 do hardware, 3 casks do, 3 boxes clothes pcg3, 1 cask lain]) black. 1 keg nails, 22 bags salt, U eases bottled beer, 17 bales wool packs, 2 chests tea, 4 boxes, 5 cases pickles, 1.1 cask nun, 32 hags sugar, 1 packet hops, 20 boxes tea, 5 do pipes, 1 case baking powders,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBROUGII'S WOOL WARE HOUSES, MELBOURNE. 11. GOLDSBROUGH AND CO. T)T2G to announce to the Wool Growers J} and Merchants of the Australian Colonics, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses are now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that Ihcy arc prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES, ON FAVOUItADLK TEltMS, On the ensuing Clip of Wool, cither for sale in this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be held on each Monday and Wbwnksday during the Season, and proceeds will bo paid on the Tuksijay following. They act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for any Consignments with which they may be favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storago and Display of Wool to the host advantage, tho Sample Rooms being lighted on an improved principle. The various Rooms' are con venient to each other, and the W...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.'] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, Jui.y 22. Renewed rains have caused inundations in 601U0 of the midland and westorn counties of England. Tho damage occasioned lins been very extensive, mid there are despairing ac. counts of the crops almost everywhere. Alexander Collie and "William Collie, -whose suspension was notified a short time since* have been arrested on a charge of fraud, and lodged in Nowgate. The prosecution has been instigated by the London and West minster Bank. LONDON, Julv 23. A scene of unparalleled cxcitcmont occurred in tho XTouso of Commons last night. Mr. Disraeli having stated that it was tho inten tion of tho Government to withdraw tho Mcrcliaufc Shipping Bill, Mr. Plimsoll vehemently urged j\Ir. Disraeli not to con sign thousands to death, and alluding , to the shipowners sitting in Parliament, said that h was determined to nmnnslc the villians fo sending sailors to their death. Upon being called upon, he refused to ret...

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

THE , Mitgp Mirjjp ^Ir&f rtiscr " This }s true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to adviso the public, may speiilc free." Mrr.TON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, "1875. T'rom all quarters of the colony wo hear the cry, repeated over and over again, that tliere is a great "scarcity of labour. We ourselves have liacl in this district experience of the want referred to. In theadvertising columns of this journal itself announcements have appeared issue after issue, ap plying for men to carry 011 the railway now in course of construction to Wagga. The contractors for this section of tho line, Messrs. Amos and Co., have advertised for skilled and unskilled workmen, offering them long engagements and high wages; yet, if we are to believe what is reported, not enough hands can be obtained, despite even this tempting invitation. The consequence of this is, that works ■which should bo completed in a year or two arc not likely to be finished IV r double tho time, and tho colony in the meantime i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

DEATH GEE. — On the 16th inst., at her residence, at Naran- dera, Maria Teresa Gee aged 46 years. Lamented by her family and a numerous circle of friends. Brisbane papers please copy.

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INSOLVENCY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

INSOLVENCY MEETING. The adjourned second meeting in the estate of John Clark, of Wagga, was held before tho District Commissioner, H. Baylis,   ' Esq., oil Monday. Mr. J. It. Garland attended 011 behalf of Creditors, and Mr. II. 13. FiU hardingo for Insolvent. Insolvent :bcing examined by Mr. Garland, stated that lio had never received any money on account of sale of (he Criterion Hotel's but ho lmd received money on account of the Bftle of the furniture sold with the hotel. lie received £58 on that uecount in Fobruary last, and had expended that money in keeping his family since then. Ho Bold some furni ture in December or January lust, to Mrs. Brown, and #ot ;C1 !JD for it from her. I To owed Mrs. Brown £100 ; and £20 or £21 to Mr. Pendleton, for part of that furniture. ■ Mrs. Brown paid Pontile! on the amount, and . handed hizu (Insolvent) about; £15. Mrs. Brown did not hold any security for her eltiim against him, and allowed Iiim the use of tho furnituro after ho h...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 28 July 1875

JTEMS OF NEWS. Lkttkks for Europe and America via San Francisco should be posted here by the Syd ney mail leaving this afternoon, in order to be in time for the outgoing San Francisco mail of this week. Tub fine, warm weather which wo ex perienced during the last week broke up on Saturday night, giving place to cold showery weather, whiuh prevailed up to yesterday, when the rain cleared off. It appears that simi larly severe weather has been ruling over most parts of this and the adjoining districts. In the hilly country about Tumut the severity of the cold has been so great that large flocks of satin bower birds have been observed feediug like geese on town allotments. As usual, of course, the mails have beeu more or less late. If it were otherwise the surprise felt would be almost too great to bear. At the Police Court yesterday, before the P.M., Thomas Carr was again brought np on remand on the charge of horse stealing, and was discharged on his own recognisance in £40, to appear...

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TRACES OF LEICHHARDT. (Ballarat Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

•TRACES OP LEICHHARDT. (Sallarat Star.) Wo learn from private intelligence, just received from Western Australia, that it is supposed tbere that traces of. Leichbardt and his party havo at last been found, or at loast are likely soon to be so. A young1 squatter named Fane, who has lately been oxploring for new sheep country to tho eastward of Champion Bay, when about 400 miles out met with some blacks, oue of whom, an oldish man, stated that when bo was a lad a party of four white men on horseback came to his district looking for water, of which, as well as food, thoy stood greatly in need. They were gaunt and weak, and their horses were also in a miser able plight. The native said that they seemed to havo a debate as to the route thoy should follow, and thoy had a quarrel ovor the matter. At lust two decided on going one way, and two another; but before doing so the provisions, which consisted mainly, if not entirely, of a small portion of flour, had to bo divided. When this was be...

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THE WORLD'S AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

THE WORLD'S AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL STATISTICS. Ill (he agricultural returns for 187-1-, sotuo interesting figures aro given ro. ganling agricultural weath aud pro gress in the colonies and in other countries. Tho dates aro too varied to pormifc eloso comparisons to be made, but one or two interesting facts of an isolated kind aro worth staling. France, for instance returns 17,000,000 acres as under wheat, or about 8,000,000 moro than Great Britain under corn of all kinds ; hut that vast total is beoton by llio United States, which had ovor 22,000,000 acres under wheat in 1873, besides 39,000,000 under maize. Tlio wheat yield of Ffance, however, ap pears to be greater than that of the Slates, in spite of the advantage of the lattor in acres, while Russia coincs third in yield. Russia and Prussia, at a long interval, take the lead in the p'roduction of barley, and ryo is a grain which finds favour in all Euro pean countries except our own to an extent few suspect- Rye-broad must fo...

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EXTRAVAGANCE IN FEMALE DRESS. (The World.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

EXTRAVAGANCE IN FEMALE DRESS. (The World.) Wo cannot blind ourselves to tljo /act (but- dress is becoming year by your not only more costly, but, which is infinitely, moro serious because more ruinous, more and more an object of rivalry and emulation. Mrs. A.. hears that Mrs. B.'s dress cost £50, yand at once directs her modisle to supply her with one that will cost £G0. Miss 0. appears in three different costumes in one week at Prince's; Misses D., E., and P. aro uneasy until they havo eclipsed her by,appearing' in frosh ones evory day. It 'would bo hopeless to persuado women that men care liltlo or nothing for. constant change of toilette, so long.ns the ona worn is appropriate and becoming'; besides, wo feel by no means sure that such is any longer uni versally the case. Tho majority of (ho male sox pride • themselves on not knowing satin from holland, or tarla tauo from sailcloth ; and though such wilful ignorance often. ronders them supremely ridiculous, still it is, wo think, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

Positivk Viktuiw.—Tho 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. Bmsrui/s Sursaparilht 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 is tlmt it alwayB sileuU complete uud lasting curcs.—Advt.

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TRADE IN SERMONS. (Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

TRADE IN SERMONS. ( Globe.) The complaint of "Glorious is justi fied witb tenfold force bj' tho hypocrisy whioli is involved in tho patronage of tho " sermon trade" by clergymon, and by the infamous system of black mail ho alleges to be practised by tho harpies who sell sermons at so much the dozen. But the ovil would bo at an end if tho church-going public would bo reasonable onough to realize tho fact that scores of good inon can road good sermons well who could not write one if their lives wore at stake. When tho late Mr. Bellew was at Bed ford Chapel, somo years ago, he syste matically read to his congregation tho sermons of, the groiitest preachors of tho world. Tho glowing eloquenco of South, tho quaint persuasivonoss of Jeremy Taylor, and tho embalmed gonius of many another famons expo, nont of Christian teaching, wero talteu from tho tomb of literature and pre sented with living force and beauty to congregations that listened with rapt attention, and wont away marvelling at ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, JULY 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOOIC MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, Jl'LV 2S.) Stove Stoclv.—Tins market (luring tlio pnst week lias been devoid of any special featuro, tlio scarcity of feed is still causing buyers to hold oiF for I ho setting in of spring weather, meantime transactions are chielly confined to sales of si)cop iu Eiverina, delivered after shearing, when Hie season is more forward. The following sales are reported;—Messrs. Stratford Strettlc and Co., on tlio 20lli, held a clearing out salo nt. Mr. .Tolui Purchase's Fair view farm, Melton, where we disposed of tlio Fuirviow farm, consisting of 4C5 acres of pastoral country, at GI per ncro, ni"1 „iw. incnt in tho township of if"1' ,» ■ torv figure. Tho ■<-' , ~"0" " "s! In" brought thn —'iry herd and fat cattle nfrpfi""* . ^oilownig prices :—Bullocks aver .. xU/; milkers from 6115s to 0/: heifers (springing), 4/ 15s to 7/ 17s G<3 } yearling Bloer3, <11 5s} calves, 1/ lGs to 3/ 2s Gd; horses, 71 to 9/10s. Mr. .Joh...

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STATISTICS OF MODERN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

STATISTICS OF MODERN LONDON. / " Tbo metropolis of the British Em pire, the largest city the world ever saw, covers, within fifteen miles radius of Charing.cross, nearly 700 square miles, and numbers within these boundaries 4,600,000 of inhabitants. It comprises 100,000 foreigners from every region of the globe. It contains more Jews than the whole of Palestine, moro Roman Catholics than Rome itself, more Irish than Dublin, moro Scotchmen than Edinburgh. The port of London has every day on its -waters 1000 ships and 9000 sailors. Upwards of 120 porsons.are added to the popu lation daily, or 00,000 yearly, a birth taking place every five minutes, and a death overy eight_ minutes. On an average, 28 miles'of streets are opened and 90,000 new bouses built evory year. In its postal districts thoro is a yearly delivery of 238 millions of letters. On the police register thoro are the names of 120,000 habitual criminals, increasing by many thous ands evory year. Moro than one third of all t...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. (WEDNESDAY, JULY 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET.: (Wednhsday, JULV 28.) Messrs. Hastings Cunningham1 and Co. re port —Wool.—-There arc few transactions of any importance, the supply being ho limited ; but any lots placed upon the market meet with active competition, and tho sales ef fect cd: are at very full rates. Sheepskins.— This market shows no diminution of activity, tlio fellmongcrs competing freely for all the skins offered, and full rates prevailing. We quote butchers' green skins 4s to 7s each, su perior io 8s Gil, dry and station skins 3s to os Gd each and Id to 8d per lb. Hides.—Wo observe no improvement in the value of these goods since our last report, and our quota tions are the same, viz,, green oxhides, 50s to 32s each; cowhides, 24s to 27s each ; salted, 3\d \o 4-jd per lb j calfskins, Gd to 6id per lb. Tallow.—There is still much depression in this produce, and sales arc effected villi difficulty, quotations being as follows, viz.. — Mutton, 324 to 33^ 10* per tonj: best sam ples, to 33/ ID...

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PEACE, AND THE FUTURE OF EUROPE. (Pall Mall Gazelle.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

PEACE, AND THE FUTURE EUROPE. (Pall Mall Gazelle.) There is one aspect of tho present condition of Europe which subjects tho amiable delusions of thirty years aince to perhaps tho most dramatic form of exposure which they could have received. The doctrine that '• tho individual withers and the race is more and more "'had, a generation ago, a political as well as a social application. There was probably no article of tho orthodox Liberal creed raoro firmly held by Liberals than tho belief that tho influenco of individual will, the importance of individual lives, would steadily diminish with the progress of tho democratic principle. Just now, when Europe has been in a ferment at the idea that ono man is bent upon plunging her into war, and has recovered ber composure on learn ing that another man is disposed to preserve tho peace, the doctrine to which wo havo referred .may bo said, perhaps, to have reached the nadir of . discredit. : Its utter refutation by facts is somewhat singular...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

Special Advertisements. COMMERCIAL BANK, Monday next, tho 2nd august, being a Bank Holiday, the Commcr* cial Bank will be CLOSED.'; F. \V. GOWLLAND, I t i - Maunger. ■■■■ : wo<>1. ; :j HASTINGS~CUNINGHAM | AND CO., WOOL.BEOKEB8; STOCK AND STATION AGENTS', australasian WOOL STORES, Collins-street West, MELBOURNE. TTTE beg to notify the Woolgrowova of the \ \ Murruuibidgeo, Lachlan, and Darling districts that we are prepared to make liberal advance oil the most favourable terms upon vjio ensuing Cur op wool, and also upon approved station securities. Haviug made extensive additions to our already commodious warehouses, by which their storage capacity has been doubled, wc arc enabled to offer facilities for conducting tho trade unsurpassed by any firm in the colonies; and as wo strictly confine our business to that of SELLING BROKERS ONLY ON COMMISSION, wc have 110 interest, cither dircctly or indirectly, in the purehaso of any produce, thereby affording to our constituen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

IMPOUND] NGS. Bourn Gusdaoai.—On 14th July, from Tarra bantlra, by Mr. J. M'Voy ; sum due at date of notice, 13s. 0(1.;—Cliesmit horso, white feet, star, shod all round. JK cjnjoined near sliotililcr, off eye out. Say horse, star, shod all round, ML near shoulder. To be sold August 5. Adklosg.—On 10th July, from Gadar.i, by Mr. It. K. Broughton; sum due at dato of notice set after each animalBaymnrc, blotched brands liko Cover "W near shoulder, pulled tail, small star: 03. Gd. Also, on the 10th July, from Mount Adrah, by Mr. P. S F. Stcplion Black horse, like LG over 5 near shoulder, blaze, palled tail; lis. To be sold 011 5th August.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

weekly calendar. Days or Wjseic. Bun. [Uses Sets. Moon. Rises Sets. i!. M. ii.sr. a.m. i\ m. Sunlay G 55 4 31 Monday 0 M 5 lti 7 30 5 42 Tuesday 5 lb S 11 0 40 0 53 & 111 8 40 7 M Thursday <1 52 5 Hi: 1) <! 8 50 Friday 0 51 U 21 1> 3:> i> 54 0 50 5 2U D 57 10 51 Moon's Piiahks.—August. New Moon—Sunday, 1st, 11.32 p.m. I'iret Quarter • Monday, Oth, 1.35 p.m. Vull Moon—Tuesday, 17th, 11..'<d n.m. Last Quarter—Tuesday, 24lli, ll.-J3a.in. Now Moon—Tuesday, 31st, 9.-JO a. in.

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