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FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

FpST ^OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. AEMVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARIUVAL8. • From Son. Mon. Tne. Wed Thu. Fri. Sat. a.m. a. in. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m ft.ra. •Sydney.. .. 0 45 6 o 9 0 9 45 9 45 9 0 TarcutUv .. 9 45 9 45 9 45 .Tunee ... 9 0 9 0 9 0 Yass ■.. .. 0 0 9 0 9 0 Dcriili(]u!n .. 11 30 11 30 li no 11 30 TJrnna .. .. 11 30 11 30 11 30 11 30 ilay: .. .. 8 30 8 30 Niirandcra .. 8 30 8 30 p.m. jj.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Allmiy.v .. 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 O 7 0 7 0 Cookandina.. 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 ft 7 0 7 0 Clarendon .. 0 30 o 30 DEI'AflTUIlKS For Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed Till!. Fri. Sat. Sydney.1. . p.in. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 3 0 3 15 2 45 3 15 2 45 3 15 TfttcuLU . . 3 0 2 45 2 45 Juoec,.. .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 Yaw .. .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 DoniUquin .. 10:45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Urana .. .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 '45 Hay .. 2 0 2 0 Narandera . 2 0 2 0 a.m. a.m. Albury.. •• 0 0 0 0 G 0 G 0 0 0 G 0 Cookandina. G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 G 0 Clarendon .. 5 45 5 45

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE SONG OF THE QUACKS. TUNE — I'm Aftoal. (Sydney Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

THE SONG OP THE QUACKS. Tune — I'm AJtoal. (Sydney Punch.) I'm a quack, I'm a quack, bnfc I took my / : M.D., So. I sternly demand there be no quacks but mo. , ; , /It's ho use to say, let us all quack together, 'Twoiild be infra dig to be birds of a feather. ; ■ There's the.quack in the carriage, the quack in the shop, There's the quack in the pulpit—sure lie j quacks a lot ; There's the quack on the Bench and the quack at tbo Bar, There's the quaek parliamentary—theatrical star. The great quack looks down on the small quack forsooth, ; And the quackery of ago snubs the quackery • ; , - of youth; There's the quack of the College, and the quack of the Schools, For; there'll , always be quack'ry where'er there are fools. There are some quacks in broadcloth, and some quacks in lawn, What d'ye think will be left wlien of quack'ry they're shorn ? Preciouslittle, no doubt, but the rogues will be Been, While tbeir dupes, to a man, show up splendidly green. There's the quack'ry of Sinners,...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening.! [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. Advbutisku Office, \ , Friday Evening.! Thp. forctoste of spring, which ruled tit. (lie date of our Inst report, broke up on Satur day night, the change bringing us ronie showery weather up to Tuesday, when ' the| rain clenrcd ofF, this remainder of the week being dry and cold. I'rom Dubbo wo lenrn that variable weather ruled during the week, ending the 23rd. The Despatch says—Sheep and cattlo are in first-rate order. The weather is rather cold yet, but preparations for shear ing aro being mode. By the middle of next month, few of the sheds in thc*e parts but1 will be in full swing. On the Maequurie— i between this and Warren—the country looks very well. There has been abundance of rain, and sheep and cattle are looking very well. On the Lower Stiver the country never looked better. There is not only abundance of grass, but any quantity of herb age—fine fattening feed, which must turn off the stock pretty fat, early in the spring. At Cannonbar and on the D...

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

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current ratep. Drafts issued 011 all the Brandies and Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, "Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, onEnglaud, Ireland, and Scotland. W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga Wagga, 2Sth September, 18GS. TEE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. WAGGA "WAGGA BRANCH. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Hates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Advances Made upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busi ness Transacted. ' Tlio Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agon-: cies. throughout ... NEW SOUTH WALES, : V VICTOItfA, ' • ' QUEENSLAND, SOUTU AUSTRALIA, . TASMANIA, . • >• . AND - NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W, GOWLLAND, Manager. Insurance. mHE AUSTEALBAN ALLIANCE 1 ASSURANCE COMPANY. .Established for Eire and Marine Insurance...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. Int. Cuttle.—There is a great scarcity of this cluso o£ stock, and any prime lots -would bring high prices Quotations—Bullocks, £7 to £8 10s ; cows, £5 10s to £7 10a. Storo Cattle....This class of stock is still ilifll oult to dispose of, unless nfc lower rates than usually rule at this season of the year. I hnvo sold for Mr. P. Hoffuvnnr>, of Clear Hills, 125 nice quality bullocks to Mr. P. Brennan, of Korth Vatliong. Quotations —Bullocks, £i- to £G ; cows, £3 to £G 10s. Iat Sheep.—Demand confined to the local trade. Storo Sheep.—Good young sheep aye still en quired after, and are saleable at fair prices, for delivery either before or after ohearing. Stations.—The demand for first-class proper ties, highly stocked, is still on the increase. * T have sold for Mr. J. J. Donnelly, his • Egtui Creek station in the Murrumbidgeo District, with 10,000 very superior sheep, and station highly improved, to Mr. "William Love, at a sat...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

MESSRS. 'WILKINSON, HANN, NINCIIIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. Fat Sheep.—business still extremely dull. Sales, with feu* exceptions, as entirely eon* fined to the local trade. .Wo lmve sold by V. ''' auction on account of the trustees'in tho assigned estate of Mr. R. J. Iliggins, 121 fat wethers. Store Cattle.—Tho snlc of tbis class of stock still continues very dull, and sales citlicr privately or by auction aro difficult to ' cffcct. Wc lmve sales by auction on ac count of Mr. 8init.li, of • t.lic Mole, Macqunrie river, ^,08 head of cows; and privately, to Mr. §. M. Swift, 370 head of cows. » Storo Sheep.—The demand for all elapses, (old owes excepted) either in the -wool or aftor shearing, continues good. Our sales have been 5G00 ewes, with lamb at foot, and 45young wethers, on account of Mr. Robert Melntyre, to Mr. John Afllcck, of Eunonyharcenyha j 200 mixed sexes for Mr. T. J. Gibaon, to Messrs. Ho wen and McAlister $ and in conjunction with Messrs. W. and J.'Raleigh, 5200 wethers, G ...

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

WAITED. WANTED, MEN, with a Bullock Team, to erect Chock-and-log Fencing. Apply to E. C. PEARSON, Sandy Creel:; or to. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, and Co., Wagga Wagga. ■ " ro.c SPECIAL BTOTICSS. URRUMJHDGEE TURF ClDB, Wagga Wagga. RENEWAL OP THE MURRUMBIDGEE TURF CLUB (MARES') PRODUCE 'STAKES. To be run at tbe Spring Meeting, 187S. A sweepstakes of 10 80V8. each (for all nominators of produce) 2ft., added tolOOsovsgivenbytheM.T.C. < for then two-year-olds. Colts, Sst 71b, • fiillies Sst 41b. No allowance to geldings. . Three-quarters of a mile. Second horse • 10 and the third 5 per cent, on the ' gross amount of the prize, to be dednct'cd therefrom. Entrance 1 sow, to be in the hands of the Secretary before 4 p.m. 10th January, 1S70. Descriptions and names of foals, accompanied with 2 sovs, before 4 p.m.. 10th January, 1877. Balance of sweep (S sovs.) on day of general entry. Non-starters forfeit pre viotis payments only. RENEWAL OF THE MUKRUMBIDGEE ; TURF CLUB (SIRES') PR...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

tkrom our'own cokuesrondhntl. . .Having mentioned in niy lust; communica tion tliat a meeting had been advertised for Monday evening, I have now to add Mint tlio affair was a marked suceess. The meeting •was Inrge, and as for order and deeorum, for oratory, and for all the essentials which con stitute a great meeting one must say that the people of Albury, or many of them, must ■have read of the splendours of the ages of Leo X. and XVI, else the display would nob be onsuch a magnificent scale.. "NVo tiro nearly wild'with excitement. Of course," the affair will terminate in a' manner characteristic of the age in which we live now, and have oyer been—that is it concludes with' a substantial • banquet. People nmy talk very, eloquently' about Reform Bills, Emancipation Acts, Civil; and Eoligious Liberty, and those progrestivo wonders of our age, but there is no iise in mincing matters, roast bcof, plum-puddiiig, sparkling champagne, and good brandy are; not despicable things, and the pe...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUT OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

SYDNEY. [FKOM OUIl OWN COIMKSL'O.VDENT.I The present session of tho Parliament of New South Wales, will certainly not add materially to tho dignity of colonial legis latures, for aq great a bear garden as our Sydney Assembly has becomo, will hardly find a parallel anywhere. Somo of tho Hecnes recently exhibited, have even sur passed those of former years, and if our legislators have improved in wisdom, which is in itself questionable, the majority of them have yet tu learn ono of the very first rudi ments necessary for a senator to acquaint himself with, aud that is ordinary courtesy and decorum in dobate. Hut enough of such matters which bear their pwn condemnation. My business is to relate as succinctly as possible, the doings of our representatives, leaving it to others to descant upon their mode of operatiou. Tho C'ouucil, Wednesday the 21st, indulged in a holiday there being no quorum present when time was called, but on tho following day they budded to with renewed ardour, det...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

PASTORAL MUMS. Mr. J. J. Donnelly has sold his Egan Creek Station, in the Murrumbitlgee district together with 10,000 superior sheep, to Mr. W. Love, of the station being highly improved. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., it. anil Co.), "gent. Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., 11. and Co.) reports the completion of sale and delivery of the Mimosa station to Messrs. George Smith and Moxham. , Mr. H. Smith, of tho River Macqimrio has ! sold .'>70 head of store cow8 to Mr. S. M. I Swift. Messrs. W.t H., M. and Co., agents. I Mr. Robert MclSntyra has sold 5000 ewes I with lambs at foot, and 45-1 young wethers i to Mr. John AJHeck, of Eunonyhareenyah. ! Messrs. W., 11., M. and Co*, agents. Mr. T. J. Gibsou has sold 200 mixed sheep 1 to Messrs. Boweu and MeAlister. Messrs. \V., II., M. and Co., agents. Tho Hon. \V. Wilson, of Willandrn, has purchased 5200 wethers from Messrs. 15. W. and A. A. Westby, of Pullitop, and 3500 wethers from Mr. E. C. Pearson, of Sandy Creek. Messra. \V., II., M, and Co., agents in ...

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

■■L0 O;k--;-'lT; T H I S I ' AND Remember whew you are Buying Drapery and Boots . C. ' CORTHORN'S *r ^ Ho lias the LARGEST, Iho CHEAPEST, and BEST ASSORTED! STOCK \ of DRAPERY and BOOTS in Waggn Wagga. v His PRICES arc MUCH LOWER than olsowhoro. And why ? Because ho jmportsjhis,goods diroofc from the manufacturers, and thus ' saves the importer's profits. i ' To thosp in ;tho country ! Send for a £5 Bale, as per advertisement, from ' o. CORTHORN. C. CORTHORN has1 great ploasuro in stating that, having engaged a DRESSMAKER & Ml L LINEF Of undoubted ability from Melbourno, ho is now prepared to oxecnto orders to any oxtont in either of the above departments at - Sydney and Melbourne pi'iceB. . Mourning Orders Slzscu'ted at ones.

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NARANDERA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

NAllANDERA. (FU03I OUR OWN COKIIESI'ONDENT.) Sinco my last things have bcoa very quiet down here. Last Thursday # your Polico Magistrate held a court at this place. Ho expected a largo sheet, but was agreeably disappointed, as, with tho oxception of one, all cases had been sottlcd out of court. This case was one of drunkenness, whero our puntinan was charged witli tho abovo and with obscene language. He was lined 20s. • and costs of court, nud may thank his lucky stars for getting off so cheap. The river lias gone down again, and so made tho township a little livelier, aa now people can cross from one side to tho other. ' Very little stock has crossed heve lately. I see by your paper of last Saturday that the cost of a telegraph lino to this place is on tho Estimates. May the powers above grant that it passes, for wo daily feel tho want of it. Last Thursday two steamers unload©I a mass of cargo at this aide of tho river. Tho bank is literally lined with goods o£ all descriptions. Fo...

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THE Wagga Wagga Adbertiser " This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

" 'J'liis is true liberty, wlion frecborn men, -Having to adviao {lie public, may speak free." Milton. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1875. Exi'EntEN'CE of political history 1ms taught us that when statements im pugning the character of a member of Parliament are made, it is the duty of that Parliament to investigate the charges urged, with a view not only to clear, if possible, the good name of the member attacked, but to maintain its own high and unsullied position. And it is -only right that this should bo so, for otherwise there would be no check whatever on corruption of every kind being practised by members, to the detriment of the interests of the country. But, it appears, that our notorious House of Assembly holds as singular views on this subject as it, unfortunately for the colony, does on many others. "Within the last few weeks, remarks of a derogatory nature have been advanced against the lion, the Minister for Lands—Mr. G-aiiuhtt. He lias becJi accused, on evidcncc, by Mr. Pahkes o...

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

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY A UCTIOX. August 3.—WiLKJNriox, Hann, Minoiiix, and Co.— Horse, spring-cart, buggy, Arc., on tho promises, 12 o'clock. August!.—O. A. Klliot—I'Igs, l\istoral Jlotcl Yards, 2 o'clock. August-I. — Wilkinson, Han*, Mincimn, nn<l Co. — Vulunble town properties, Australian Jiotel, '1 o'clock. August f>.—"WiUiisnoN, Hans, Mintjiin, audt'o — Furniture, Masunic Hull, 12 o'clock. .September 0. — WitKiNnoN, JIann, Minchix, ami Co.—rurc-brcd stock. September' O.—ISttiiukiiank, 'Eaulustoni:, and Co. —l'uro incriuu rauis.

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

Bolloway's Ointment and Pills.—Ab-' scesses, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess} attends all who treat diseases according to the simple printed directions wrapped 1 round each pot and box*. They are invaluable 1 to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expense will enable the moat diffident to conduct any case to a happy issuo without exposing secret infirmities to auyone. BOOLIGAIi AND HILLSTON TO: BOURKE. PIONEER COACH TO COBAR AOT> BOUR3CE. JW. COLLESS announces completion o! • arrangements on this new line, being the safest and most expeditious journey to tho north, calling at Roto, Merri Merrowa, GUguimiia, Cobar, and Hillston, Leaves Booligal, by Dunn's coach to Hill ston, on Thursdays, talcing mails and I passengers to Bourko. Leaves Bourke on 1 | Saturdays, reaching Booligal on Thursday i | night. ITauks.—Booligal to Hillston, £1 5s.; Hillstou to Cobar, £-4 10s.; IlilUtou to 1 Bourke, £7...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

J Tims OF NEWS. I Although tho papei*3 referring to Stringer's case have beeu laid upon the 1 fcablcof the Assembly, andhave beeuordercd 1 to bo printed, \vc learn from the follow i ing report in the Sydney Morning Herald, i that Mr. Hobertson did not show too great , an eagerness to let the public see the grounds 011 which the arcli-murdercr escaped with a ten years' imprisonment:—"Mr, 1 Kelson desired to bring under notice the 1 answer given to his question respecting the , prisoner Stringer on Friday last. He ashed the Colonial Secretary,— "When will the papers ordered by this House on the 22nd June last, having reference to the coin : mutation of the sentence of the murderer William Stringer, be laid upou the table of , the House?' The Colonial Secretary an swered,—11 am not sure whether it will not 1 be my duty to ask the House to rescind the I motion that is agreed to in this matter. We I iiave been so pressed with business that I I lmve not had an opportunity to submit, the '...

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A YANKEE CARD-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

A YANKEE CARD-TABLE. When I was about leaving New Orleans, standing upon the Lovee, waiting (or my luggago, I was thus addressed by a long, lean, down Eastor :—" Say yeou, which of these things slips up fust?" "What?" said I. " Which of those thiugs slips up fust?" "Do you mean which steamboat goes up the river fust ? " "Yes, I'll bo darned if I don't." "That ono," said I, poiuting to the nearest. " I'm in an awful hurry to get eout of this; it is so thunderiug hot, and I smell tho yollow fever all reound." This individual bad a very intellectual forehead, measuring about an inch and a quarter in height, aud [juuehed in at tho sides to match. His eyos wero sot deep in their sockots, and something like a pig's, only tho colour was not as good. His nose pushed boldly out, as it started from tho lower part of hia forehead, as though it iroant to be something, bnt when it had reached half its destination it boot suddenly in liko a parrot's beak. His uppor lip was long and thin, and was ...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELE011AM,S.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 27. The weather is now fine. Tho Turks attacked the insurgents nt Herzegovina, and two days' sanguinary fighting wis attended -with indecisive results. The troops of Xing Alfonso in Spain are besieging Urge), and operations elsewhere are suspended. LONDON, July 2S. The Government intend to introduce a thorough going Merchant Shipping Bill, to replace the Bill recently withdrawn, and deem that this concession is brought about by public opinion. Duncan Sherman and Co., an American firm, lias failed—liabilities, £1,000,000. (FllOai OUtt OWN CORRESPONDENT.) .SYDNEY, Fiuday Night, To-night the additional Loan Statute ap pears. Forimproving the navigation of the Murrumbidgce, £1000 lias been voted, and £2000 for improving the Darling. ; Cattle supply not over requirements, but quality to hand indifferent; best, 2Is per lOOlbs. Fat Sheep, fair supply; GOlb. wethers, 17s. The Council is considering tlie propriet...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 31 July 1875

BIRTH. COONEY. — On the 29th inst., at her residence, Junee Hotel, Junee, the wife of Mr. Owen Cooney, of a daughter. DEATH. MACLEOD. — On 20th May, at Stirling, Scotland, Coll Macleod, Major-General, E.I.S., aged 69.  

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THE REV. CUT[?]BERT FETHERSTON[?]AUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 4 August 1875

THE REV". CUTJIBERT PEl'IIER ST0N1LAUGII. From nn article in tho Leader> >vc lake the following about the above-named gentleman • —"We observe that/ (lie settlers of Urnna have decided to velmntlie services of tholtcv. Cuthbcrt jFeatherstonhaugh as a minister of religion, notwithstanding the fact that lie lias resigned his connection with the Anglican Church. He is to continue his teaching and labors, but his position is to be entirely un scdnriim. Our readers will probably vemem ber that the reverend genntlonien shocked the propriety of a Melbourne congregat ion a few months back by a liberal sermon ; and liow the pious horror of the Dean administering the diocese was excited to such a degree that he promptly wroto to tho ofTending preacher, inhabiting him from conducting any further services in tho churches of the diocese. Mr. Featherstonhaugh, with au honesty that is rare in clerical circles, lias apparently re-eou sidered his position, and decided that, as he cannot consci...

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