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HAY JOCKEY CLUB MARES' PRODUCE STAKES. ENTRIES FOR 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

HAY JOCKEY CLUB MARKS' PRODUCE STAKES. liktiuta for 1877. II. B. Welsh's brc Tlio Popo, by The Friar—Paramour „ L>r c by Tlio Frlar—Kouboii'a maro J. Austin's br c Knight Templar, by Tlio Friar Nancy ,, be The Monk, by Tlio Friar—CJmrlotto ,, b f Ambition, by The Friar—Serenade W. Sablno's b c by llrowti Gown, U. jr. Lloyd's ch c , by Troubadour—Bracelet „ br c , by Troubadour—Atalanta ,, ch c t by Troubadour—Yamma be , by Suowden—LittleNell F. Mack's br f , by The Thane— l'cfc \V. M'KenzIo's br c Dundreary, by The Swell—Doe foot W. Martin's b c Lochingar, by King John — Glee. Maiden P. II. Gell's b f Pallas, by Orpliati Boy—Maid of Judah T. M'Farland's brc , by The Friar—Bolharlc it. Edgar's br f Bow Bell, by Tito Friar—Bopcep I. ltudd's b f Somnambula, by Minstrel—Quocn of Trumps 1*. M'Farhmd's ch c , The Hook—Jenny Lind ,, ch c , The Hook— Dora „ ch c , Tho Jlook—Lady Macbeth T. F. Pattciaon'a br f Lady Martiu, by the Swell— Betty Martin W. Church nscbcOsra.by Mameluke—Miss Di...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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YOUNG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

YOUNG. (l'P.OM OUJl OWN COIlllESPONDEN'T.) My long silctioc has been occasioned in. some measure by absence from home, and , the roads over which I had to travel woVc""* something dreadful. It is generally ex pressed that in the direction of Eland and Burrowa they were never known to ho bo had, even in the very wet winter of 1870. The last fortnight we have had ahnosb incessant rains, while the two previous weeks the weather was comparatively mild and (inc. Great preparations arc being mailo by the Committee for our forthcoming Show; and we have been rather fortunato in secur ing judges, now resident of the district, though some have been unkind enough not to reply one way or the other—some of whom don't live far from Wagga. I am glad to say ifc has been dccided to havo a ball on this occasion, instead of a dinner, which 1 think is only fair, as we arc generally fav oured with a large number of lady visitors. Messrs. Brock and Bronghton will hold their aunual sale of blood stack, &a...

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THE [?] "This is ture liberty, when freeborn men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

THE ^Kj0p ' M 'J'iilu la true liberty/when freubocti inon, ' A | l'*^ .Having to advlso the public, may sptmlc froo." . , ,C'"\'\l . -V . Hii/roN. I : WEDNESDAY,' AUGUST: 11, 1875. J .Tins; political pool iu Yiotoria bos. been visited by a groat stirring 'up within tho last few days. Tlio Kurferd ^Ministry-which was supposed to bo strong, has been displaced,- and a Ministry composed of about as wret ched a crew as it would be possible to, End, even . among colonial politicians, has been brought to the front by Mr. Graham Burut, the hero of protection, and who has boon the main cause of the retrogression of "Victoria during tlio last four or fivo years. To go into the individual merits of Mr. Berry's Government, would bo simply a waste of time, sinco it cau bo safely assorted that it is about as incompotent a body as could be obtained to hold the reins of powor. . Thero is, however, oadex ception to Mr. Bisrry's uncommonly poor lot—wo refer to Mr. Le Poer Trench, Barrister-at-law, Ba...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. Visiting Committee, for tlio month :— Messrs. \V. A. Cobtco and F. W. Gowllaml. Sub-GommiUee— Messrs. J. T. Roberta and D, Borgin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

Positivk Yiirruits.—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. 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 is that it always eflccta complete and lasting cures.—At>vt. 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 secretivc 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 the mind with unwonted energy. Every animal lluid will be purified, every obstruction in tho evaena t...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

ITEMS OP A'till'S. Wjs havo to apologise to our subscribers for tho lute delivery of tho Advertiser of Saturday lust. J5y way of explanation wo may j inform them that in addition to tho added labour of tho doublo issue, our staU'had to 1 contend. with tho effects of au unfovtuuato | accident which occurred as wo wore ready for press. By this mishap, some two i columns of matter woro transformed into j .that happy condition known to tho printer as "pie—a condition which may bo rendered I intelligiblo to the general reader, by tho law- i lessly derived word " Bcatteration." This fact will account for tho uppcaraneo iu tho I double of soma of tho favors of our adver tising friends. At tho Polico Court on Tuesday, beforo tho Police Magistrate, and F. A. Tompson, Esq., Maria Newton and Henry Smith, charged with drunkenness, woro dismissed with a caution. William Henry Crisp appeared on summons charged by Constable Ityau with having used abusive and threatening langu age to him. Mr. Uarla...

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THE SONGS OF BIRDS. (Hardwicke's Science Gossip). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

THE SONGS OF BIRDS. (Hardwkktfs Scicncc Gossip ). Including some twenty species of warblers mora or less regular in their appearance, yonr after year, thoro are fifty-four birds in Control New Jersey, l-esidont and migratory, that can be considered strictly as singing.birds. Theso can, with perfect proprioty, be classed in accordance with their pecu liar tompornments as boing vivacious, sprightly, and dull; meaning to oxpress thereby threo degrees of animation in tbo songs of birds. As an instnnco of the formei, wo mention tho Ilouse wron and Baltimore Oriolo ; as ex amples of tbo second class, the Song sparrow and tho Indigo-bird ; as birds that aro dull wo give the Bine-bird and tho Pee-wee Fly-catcher. Tho various songs ol the fifty odd singing-birds can bo readily-placed under one of these threo headings ; and, curiously enough, the song in every case is indicative of the character of the.bird,, or vice versa. Tliore is, therefore, a close counection between tlie song' and tempe...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PJlJiSS TVLVORAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. . : : LONDON, August 3. Tlio death Js announced : of Mi Andrew Johnson, ox-President of the United Statos. Colonel Biiker, of tho 10th Hussars, 'lifts been tried for indecently assaulting ^alndy, in a railway carriage, arid son tenced to 12 mouths' imprisonment with hard lubour, with £500 fine and Tiio IUtSS. Golconda loft Gallo for Australia on 31st of July. ,. LONDON, August G. Tbo-celebration of the O'ConnoIl 'Centenary litis commenced nfc Dublin. There is an immense attendance, tbo religious bodies being predominant. Several foreign bishops and ultramon tane.German deputies are present. At a dinner given at the Mansion house to Her Majesty's Ministers, Mr. Disraeli said that he was confident in the maintenance of peace if the foroign policy was conducted with prudence and firmness. The Government felt the necessity of developing and con solidating the Colonial 13inpiro by assimilating tlio intorests and sym pathi...

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LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 11 August 1875

LAND. The following selections were made at the undermentioned Land Offices on Thursday last:—Albury.—Thomas Keighran, 320a, Henfcy; W. Sloane, 320a, Mulwala ; Thomas Gibson Sloaue, 320a, Mulwala; William H. Mintz, 50a, Little Billabong: Johnnn Heinle, 320a, Burrumbnttock; Augustus Heink (minor), 320a, do ; Thomas A. lieriot, 237a 3r 37p, Thugga ; James Ayling, 320a, do; Francis Barnes, 320a, Corowa; John Leigbton, 320a, Gray j Mary Dnnleavy, 320a, Gibson; Honora Dunleavy (minor), 320a, Gibson ; Mary Fyfe, 70a, Kontuckcy ; William J. Wealandn, 320a, Mulwala ; Joseph E. Wealands, 320a, Mulwala; Thomas Doogan, 320a, Burrumbnttock ; Amelia Burrow, 195a, Hovell; Edmund M'William, 320a, Granville; Albert M'William, 320a, do; Eliza J. M'William, 320a, do; Thomas M'William, 320a, do ; John J. M'William, 320a, Coreen, or Gran- ville ; Crawford M'William, 320a, Granville ; William M'William, 320a, do; John Hawk- less, 320a, Goombargana ; James ITawkless, 320a, do; Alex. I. Grain, 40a, Pullit...

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ANTWERP AS A WOOL MARKET. (The Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

ANTWERP AS A WOOL MARKET. (The Argu*.) [ From tiruo to timo during the last | year or two the desirability of seeking1 fresh miu'kots for his produco lins been pressed upon tho attention of the Aus i tralian woolgrowor. Aa is wall known to all connoctod with tho trado, tho ox porters of this staplo considor that tlioy have many grievances to complain of in connection with tho sale arrange ments in London, and, considering the circumstances, we aro surprised that a trial shipinont has not been made be fore now to some other port, in order to ascertain whotlior tho higher ro roturus which are promised ou papor can bo realised in fact. The city of Antwerp is tho new emporium which is most frequently pressed on the at tention of tho colonial public as tho place with which a direct trade may bo profitably done, and sonio gentlemen connected with that place appear de termined that it shall not bo from want of information if shippers still continue to neglect this great continental mar ket...

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A NOVEL CLUB. (Pall Mall Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

A NOVEL. CLTJB. (Pall Malt Gazelle.) The establishment of a club: for ladios and gentlemen is ail ox pa rim out the success of which romains to bo seen. Soroodoubts uvo ontortained as to whothor tlio admission pf;gcntlomeu into tbo club will riot in tlio end bo a source of embarrassment, as, .if thoir presence is inconvenient, thero may be somo difficulty in getting rid of (hem, but it i.s possible that they may provo a blessing, rather .tban/tbe'.irovorse to the institution, and it is to be Loped that such will bo tlio result. In the meantime it is worth consideration whether a club might not with advan tage bo established by ladies, into which only one gentleman, should bo admitted as a mombeo. Ouo man's presence could bar 'ly bo objectionable ; and, if well-behaved, ho, would no; doubt prove a source of attraction to the other metnbors. A club of this nature has lately, it,is stated, been es tablished in New York. It has boon formed by a number of young ladies anxious harmlessly ...

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TOUGHENED GLASS. (Leader). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

., T 0.U G,H E N.13 D,.. Gr LASS. ( Leader). . Increasing attention is being paiJ to tlio. now. touglioned glass -in von tod by ,M. do la Biistie. It is a way with tlio public to bo first credulous and then doubtful, a soquonco of feelings tho reverse of.logical. There can(1bo no doubt of tlio great importance of the invention, and yet people will not bo liovo thoroughly in it till the article is introduced commercially. Tltoy are not likely to have long to wait. Sovcrnl months ago I mentioned that Messrs. Siemens, glass manufacturers of Dresden, reported enthusiastically in favor of tlio process. There are some difficulties in tbo way of tough ening hollow vessels, but the principle is sound. Tlio glass is. strengthened much in tho samo way that steol is tompered. Tlio sheets are heated to the softening point, and are then passed over to another chamber, where tlioy slide into a trough of very hot oil, and are taken out at tho oil' side. Tbo heating and|temporiugnro carried on in c...

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MARK TWAIN ON SPELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

MARK TWAIN ON SPELLING.' A short time since tlioro was a spell ing match ut tlio Asylum Hill Congre gational Church, Hartford, Conn., and Mr. Samuol L. Clemens (Mark Twain) boing called ou for a few preliminary remarks, spoke as follows :—Ladies and gentlemon, I have boon honored with the office of introducing these approaching orthographical ...solemni? ties with a few remarks; The toui peranco crusado swept tlie , land some time ago, that is, ithat vast portion of the land where ifci was needed, but it skipped Hartford. Now comes this new spelling epidemic, and this time wo aro strickon. So I suppose wo need tlio affliction. I don't say wo needed it, for I don't seo any use in spoiling a word right, and never did. I mean I don't see any use in having a uniform and arbitrary way of spell ing words. Wo might as well make all clothes aliko and cook all dishos alike. Sameness is tiresome ; variety is' pleasing. I have a correspondent ,whose letters arei always a refresh ment to mo : t...

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WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN. (London Daily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN. (London Daily Tclcjjraph.) What is n "gonlloman?" is n question almost useless to ask in society) for it is practically insoluble, and loads to endlong discussions as to birth, moral worth, mental accomplish ments, mid conventional manners. But. llio lawyers have got hold of it now, and Inst week four of our bost judges —Coloridro, Keating, Grovo, and Deninan—debated heartily the pros and cons of tho disputed point. Tho ease aroso through tho description, in n Iogal document, of a retired lawyer's cleric, who anted occasionally in tho capacity of writor, as a " goutloraaii." No doubt, accuracy of description is extremely useful, and may bo essential in.matters of law. So tho four judges " grautod a rule" in tho prima facia ground that tho word so appliod was "inaccurate, insufficient, or wrong." Olio counsel contended that ho ought to havo been called a lottor-writor or debt collector, while a judge pointed out that if indicted for any offenco ho would be called...

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RIVER GAUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

eiver^gauge; ? Showing the height of tho Murrunibidgce above* summer'level afc Wagga Wagga:— August 13(stationary) / 13*^0 .

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

GUKDAGAI. The travelling- contiibutor to the Loader, writes about; our little neigh bour as follows:—"Guudagai, the most important township betwoon Yass and Albury, obiained an uuenvi able notoriety from a groat flood whioli carried away nearly all the bouses and drowned the grantor numbor of the inhabitants. But wiser than the people of Maitland, the survivors took the hint, and retired from tlio banks of the river. Modern Gundagai is built upon a hillside, and contemplates the flat through which the Murrumbidge flows with the indifference which pro ceeds from perfect safety. Tlio town, ship is exactly like all other Australian townships. There is the samo sort of inn, built in exactly the same style, and with tbo same uttor disregard for com fort which cbaractor all country public honsos in Now South Wales ; tbo same stores, with tlio samo hoterogoneous contouts; a linondrapor's shop, which torapts the Murrnmbidgean ladios with the most awful sacrifices'; the post offico, iu which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

ABSTRACT OF SALES BT AUCTION. This .Day.—'Wilkinhon, Hakk, Minchi.v, and Co— Horses, Pastoral Hotel Yards,-.2 o'clock. August .18.—A. T. Uolton — Spring-carts, harness. »\c., Jsewtosvn, 12 o'clock. • •• August 23 — Wilkinson, Kann, Mincuin, antl Co. —Lumled property, Australian Hotel, 3,o'clock. September 7.—Wilkinhon, IIann, Mincuin,nnd Co. —Suburban property, Australian Hotel, 3 o'clock. September 0.—G. A. Elliot—I'uro Shorthorn bulls, Show Yards. September n. — Wilkinhon, IIann, Mincuin, and Co.—Pnre*bred stock. • '' r-u September 0.—Ettkhsiiank, Eaglestone/' and Co. —Pure merino rams. , , 1 . - ;

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AMERICAN ELOQUENCE. GENERAL RILEY'S SPEECH IN THE MIS. SOURI HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

AMERICAN ELOQUENCE. General , Rir.iir's Speech i.v the Mis. sount House op Kei'resentatives. After a long mid heated discussion on tho reference of a bill, amending the charter of the City of Carondelet to a standing Committee of tbe House. Mr. Riley obtained the floor and ad dressed the House :—Mr. Speaker,— Everybody is a pitching into this matter like toad frogs into a willow swamp on a lovely evening in tho balmy month of June, when the mellow light of fchri new moon fills with o delioious flood the thin, etherial atmos pheric air. (Applause.) Sir, I want | to put in a word, or perhaps a word and a half. There seems to bo a dis position to fight. I say, if there is any fighting to be done, como on with your .corn-combs and lightning-bugs! (Applause;) Now, thore has been a groat deal of bombaBt hero to-day. I call it bombast from "-Alpha" to " Omogn." Sir, tho qnostion to rofor is a great and magnificent question. It is the all-absorbing question—like a , spongo. Sir, a largo unr...

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WAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

-\VAGGA WAGGA HOSPITAL. • VkU'uitj Committee, for the month :— Messrs. \V. A. Cotteo and R \V. Gowlland. Sul)-Commillcc~hlQsarB. J. T. Roberta and 0. Borgm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

IMPOUNDING!]. Muimu>rmrttRAii.- -On the 20th of July, 1S75, from Hoinowood, by Win. Toohey; gum duo at date ol notice (Gist July) set after each animalBluck horse, ttlegiblo brand like I over ^ ovorMG near shoulder,' Atai-,' colhr-marlccil, short, ngctl; IO3. Oil. Also, on the same day, from Dcinomlrillo Creek 13ay colt, 2 over J1I near Bhouldor, 2 near runip, ]> off rump, star, As. Oil. ; black colt, same brands, hind fect white, Oa. iM. ; bay mare, Itri over T, near shoulder, D ofT rump, star, 0s. 0<I. Also, re-adver tised, through error in former AdvertisementBay inure, Cit Jicar shoulder, illegible brand or collar mark off shoulder, Htar, hind feot white, broken, £1 as. To bo sold 10th August.

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