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FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIM.K TA1JI.E •. ; \t- .• oi'TUK • > . • * • AKUIVAL -ANDi DESPATCH OF MAILS. l.i ?! i!' v AKRIVALHi Irom Hun. Mon. Tuo. Wort rim. Fri. Sat. A,in. a'ni n.ui. a m an, n n, Sydney... • I). -16 of,o ,1} ;io 0 15 0 4ft 0 0' Tarcutta •.. "0:45 O 15 0 45 ♦Tuneo... ■0 0 0 0 0 0 yass .. .. Or 0 0 0 0 0 Hcuiliquln .. 11 30 ll;30 ii no 11 30 Urnna u ao ti-ao u an 11 30 liny .. .. 8 30 8 30 NArautlcrn .. 6 SO 8 30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Albury.. .. 7 0 7 -0 '7 0 7 0 7 n 7 0 7 0 Cooktindiim.. 7 0 7. 0 .7 0 7 0 7..0 7-0 7 0 Clarendon 0 30 (t 30 •' DEPARTURES' ; * Vor .. Sun. Moil; Tuo. Wert Tim. Fri. Sat. Sydney.; ... TnrcutU p.m. p.m. p.m. P.m. p.m. p.m. 3 0 s ir> 2 45 3 lfi 2 45 3 15 a 0 2 45 2 45 Jutico .. 3 16 3 15 3 15 Ytiss .. .. 3 i r> 3 ir» 3 15 DenlHquin .. 10 45 10 45 10 46 10 45 Urnna .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10/45 liny .. 2:0 ' - •. ) • 2 0 Narnnrtcrii '. 2 0 2. 0 a.m. a. in. a.m. n.m. a.m. Albury..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (t 0 0 0 Cookandlnd.. 0...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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THE Wagga Wagga A[?]bertiser "This is true liberty, when freeborn men, Having to Advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. SATUEDAY, AUGUST 14, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

THE Mitjgp " Thla Ib trim liberty, when froehoru mo». Having (o Advise the jmhllc, may speak free." Mix/ton. SATUEDAY, AUGUST 14, 1875. Parliament. Iibb been prorogued, and with its prorogation, the troubles— against a strong Opposition—of the Robektson Ministry liave come to a temporary eud. For Mr. Robertson's and bis colleagues' salces, tberofore, it would bo aliDOBt cruel to begrudge them a littlo rest and a few, weoks of peaco. Still, wo cannot honestly say they have oarned a rospite, taking tho measure' of tlioir legislative acts into nccounfc. Doubtless, tho Session bns not. boon barren in tho broadest senso* of the term, but it is quite as mnch beyond doubt that it has uot been pro ductive 1 of any permanently good work. In' proof of this, the Amended Land' Aot can bo adduced. What boon has this great pieco of legisla ture conferred upon the colony ? Looking at it closely, it can be said that no vital changes in the adminis tration of tho Laud Law of tho colony ■havo been ma...

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INTO THE SILENT LAND. (The World.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

INTO THE SILENT LAND. (The World,J Mr. Bihght said: "You Bay that the graveyard is the graveyard of the parish. Tho body which is brought there is that of n fellow-parishioner, whom only last week you held an such, and whom you met in the street, or ou his farm, or in his garden. Now ho is brought to the parish graveyard, and his friends purpose to bury him there You say, No ; he shall not come at nil, except upon certain conditions. First of all, he shall have read over him a service which was arranged some two or three hundred years ago—a very beautiful service, I admit; if lie docs not have this, he shall have nothing at all. ... 1 believe the time will come when men will not believe that tins question can ever have been seriously discuBscd in the House of Commons."— Debate on Burial* Hill, April 21, 1885. Into the Silent Land Ah, who shall lead us thither When our frail wrecks lie scattered on the strand— When from tho wintry bough our pale leaves fall and wither— When through T...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORT ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

stock and station report Advkrtisku Office, Friday Evening. Tub weather during the past week lms been very wet. n good deal of rain falling in tho early part, ami again on Thursday night it canio down heavily. Throughout it hn» been at the same time extremely cold, ami on Thursday afternoon wo learn that at Mnugoplah and the surrounding country n. heavy fall of enow was experienced. From our exchanges wo learn that at Dubbo die weather has been changeable —rain and hail, with frost, and one or two fine days being given as the weeks report up to the fith instant. Tho country in that district is said to be looking well, and stock growing into good condition after the winter's Bcvcrlty. The Despatch says that on the Macquarle, from Dubbo downwards everything looks well. Sheep and cattle are In rare order, and soon when the rondo arc fit for travelling, owners will coin mcnce to send off fat drafts. On the Castlercagh, mat ters pastoral are looking very checring. Sheep and cattle are in...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

Banks. AUSTRALIAN JOINT .STOCK BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits .it current rates. Drafts issued on all the Branches and Agencies in Now South Wales,: Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland.'! W. A. COTTEE, Manager. : Wagga Wagga, 28tli September, 18G8. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY. waggA wagga branch. DEPOSITS Received on Current Accounts, ' Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Casli Credits Granted, Advances Mado upon Approved Security) and all other usual Banking Busi ness transacted. Tho Bant issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies throughout Now South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. Also'upon all-the Principal Towns in the United Kingdom. FRED. W. GOWLLAND, Manager. . ilnsvLrasica.' THE. AUSTR ALIAN ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established for Fire and Marine Insurance, Assurances of Lives, ...

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

Spacia-l Advertisements. . WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. GOLDSBEOTjGH'S wool ware-; HOUSES, MELBOURNE. \ 11. GOLUSBltOUGJI AND CO. - BEG to announce to the Wool Growers and Merchants of the .Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and New Zealand, that their Warehouses aro now ready for the Reception and Sale of Wool during the Season, and that they aro prepared to make . LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES, ON TAVOUJIAHLE TERMS, On tbo ensuing Clip of Wool, either for sale iu this market, or shipment to London. Sales by Public Auction will be lield on each Monday and Wednesday duriug the Season, and proceeds will be paid on the Tuesday following. They act as Selling Brokers only, and con stituents may rely on their best endeavours to obtain the fullest Market Value for auy Consignments with, which they may bo favored. Their extensive Warehouses have been constructed specially for the Storage and Display of Wool to the best advantage, tlm Sample Rooms heing lighted on an improved principle. The various l{ootns aro co...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S ItLH'OllT. Fat Cattle.—Very dltilcult to procure. Any lots of good quality offering would meet with icady salo nt high rates. Wc quote bullocks £7 10s to £9; cowb, £5 103 to £7. Fat SHEni'.—Ik consequence of the near npprooacli of shearing few largo lots nro offering, and wo even, And a dllllculty in supplying the local market. Wc have sold ttOO. fat wethers for Mr. 11. J. Hartley, of Yabtrce, to Air. 11. II. Wannoll. Stoue Catti.k.—The market for this class of stock continues dull, except for really goad bullocks of fattening ages. Cows are dlflicult to dispose of. As the season lias every appearance of being a good ouo, wc feci certain prices must rise considerably above present rates. StoueSurri*.—Wc have numerous enquiries for till classes of young sheep in tho wool, anil prices are ruling liigh. Several pales of sheep for delivery after shearing are also being negotiated, and from the present appearance of tho niurkct wc have every . ...

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

THE SQUATTERS' GUIDE H OWTO PURCHASE FOlt THE APPROACHING SEASON. GEO. FOBSTTH & CO., WITH tho view of enabling Buyers and those ordering, to obtain tlio exact quantity and the correct thin/4 desired, publish the following comprehensive list of most Valuable Property (in all to hand 150) one hundred and iifty tons, respectfully invito ..perusal of same. All orders will bo executed with care and despatch. 2tfo. 3,: Tho Sg.uaitsrs' Chads ia the Ironmoagery Room. ■ "Woolpacks—Best Dundee Packs, in 10 J aud 10411)3.; from one to three thousand packs, in Hales of 25, 50, and 100. , , / , ■ < Sheepshears—Ward aud Payne's, No. 38 and 81; Sorby's and othor good brands in boxes of half-a-dozen. Oils.—Castor, Boiled, Raw, Colza, and Neatsfoot, in 5 andJIO gallon drums. Tar—Stockholm and Coal, in 5 and 10 gallon drums. ,. ' Pitcli—In 7, 14, and 281bs. parcels. Turps—Best American, in 4»galIon tins or Sgallon cases. Twine—Seaming in bales of 25, 50, and lOOlbs. Iiampblaclc—In...

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

WANTED. -TTTASTliD, ft GENERAL SERVANT. YV Apply to MRS. MACKINNON, Tmill'Btrcet. WANTED, a Genevul Servant, Apply to MRS. HODSON, Mouut Pleasant. WANTED, a Smart BOY for Cash Desk. Apply ROPER, Victoria House, YYnggu Wagga. "ANTED, MENi with a Bullock Team, vv to crcct Chi)ck-and'log Fencing. Apply to E. C. PEARSON, Samly Creek; or to WILKINSON, HANN, A1INCH1N, and Co., Wagga \Yagga. TTT ANTED, FOUR MEN, to SplibPoats W mid erect 25 miles of Wiro Fcncing; men with Teams preferred. Also two Bush men, or Hough Carpeutcrs. Also, Dain makers and Tank-sinkers, having horses aud drays. Apply at onco to A. G. JONES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1S75. WANTKl) to purchase a TEAM OF BULLOCKS, Tackle, and Dray. Apply to A. (J. JQNES. Wagga Wagga, 5th August, 1S75. WANTED, for Yonng, three first-class Saudstoek Brickimikers; price, ISa. per 1000, on tho rack. Apply to J. COX, Brickmakcr, Young. WANTED, a Female Domestic Servant, Apply to MRS. WALL, Riverine Stores. tuui.a TO.C tcr.c SPECIAL NOTICE...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

I CUNGEGONG, COOTAJILT^UBA. [i'iioji ouji own coiiri:aro>'i>e-ni."] Nothing but rain, rain, rain. Out-door work has been almost at a standstill, and tho teamsters bogged up to the axle. About tho worst place is in the township of Coota mundra ; tho main street from Barnes pub lic-house to Dunne's is a quagmire, on cach side of the metalling now being laid down. Tho metal way is so narrow that two vehicles cannot pass. At the land salo yesterday very good prices were given for the town allotments. The highest price realised was for a Crown allot ment, quarter of an acre, on the same aide of the street as Stone's, sold for ;G14o the acre ; another nearly opposite, at present oc cupied by Mr. Williams, tho saddler, fetched £135 the acre ; another corner close to Dunn's Cootamundry Hotel realised£U3 ; two corner allotments opposite the proposed rail way station Bold at tho rate of £120. Mr. O'Brien, of tho levels, was tho purchaser of several lots. I am told the highest average wa...

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CORRESPONDENCE. ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. albury. [fuom our own COItltEaroNDUMT], Tho men of Albury having signally failed in their attempt to celebrate the event of Gth of August, the duty of upholding the honor of Albury devolved upon the Jadies, and they did not fail. Tliey acquitted themselves in a very demonstrative manner. There arc sections of the community for horse-racing, for cricket matches, for croquet, and a few others, but a ball seems to be a general favorite, particularly with the ladies. Balls arc of three kinds, but although there may be distinctions tlicro is but littlo difference in reality whether it be a fancy dress ball, a slattern or swash-buckler ball, or tho honest in rank, the scavenger or rag-a nuiflin ball. Of course all readers of the Advertiser know well that the fanciest of fancy balls could only be tolerated on such au auspicious aud grand occasion in the Federal city of Albury. Sydney and Mel bourne may boaBt of their processions, their music, and their oratory, but all that...

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MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

MELBOURNE CU1». The following acceptances were made for the above event ou Monday last:— MKLBOUKNE CUP. A sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, 10 ft., or 5 if declared, with I|0D sovs. added. The winner of any handicap race of the value of 200 sovs. after the declaration of the weights to carry 51b. extra; of two or more such races Sib. extra j of any such race of the value of 100 sovs., 31b. extra; of two or more such races, 51b extra. Tho second horse to rcceivo 50 sovs., and the third horse 20 sovs. out of the stake. Two miles. Tho remainder o£ the sweep stakes (10 sovs.) to bo made good tho day of general entrv. at lb Jl Fisher's b h Dagworth, aged .. - .. 0 ,8 J, Tint's b li Goldsbrough, C yrs .. .. .. '0 4' J. ]l. Wtillis'8 ch m Calumny, Oyra . . .. 8 12 Hie 11. Hobinson'R U h ICingshorougU, 4 yrs .. 8 11 T. Ivory's br h Sterling, 5 yrs .. 8 7 J. Tait's b h Melbourne, 4yrs .. , .. 8/0 ! C. B. Fisher's b.h .Won Giovanni, aged .. .. ... 8 i'O J. CoUUiam's cli U St. AUians, G yra V.;,8 ...

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SYDNEY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

SYDNEY. (1'IIOSI OUll OWN UOltltESFONDHNT.) Certainly the most important-feature in connection with our Parliamentary career this session has been the passiug of the Laud Act Amendment Bill, which, aftor nieetiug with a very troubled infancy, has at length been resolved into maturity by tho Govern ment consent, which was given on Tuesday last. At one timo matters looked very blue nnent this measure, aa the two Houses of our Legislature had apparently come to a deadlock respecting various questions of somewhat vital importance, upon which there seemed but littlo probability of their agreeing. Tho conference, however, so wisely decided upon between the two Houses of Parliament, has beeu the means of effectually solving the difficulty by the exerciso of a littlo forbearance on either side, tho result of which must undoubtedly be advantageous, and at tho samo timo highly satisfactory to tho public generally. It would indeed have been a pity had this mea- ! sure been permitted to fall th...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

J Til MS OF 'XliW'S. Tiie right to collect tolls at tho Narandcra Punt was purchased on Tuesday lust by Mr. Marcus Wiggins, for £1 per annum. In auothcr columu will bo fouud tho ac ceptances for tho Melbourne Cup, declared 011 Monday. By reference'to the list it will be observed that neither Diver nor Lurliue are there, both probably, being held over for the great Champion Kaeo, on New Year'a Day. - i : ; ■ AVu wero in error in stating that (ho steamer Corowa had arrived 011 Tuesday—it should havo been tho Coorong, belonging to the Hay Steam Navigation Company. FitoM one of our exchanges wo Icaru of tho death of Mr. J. W. Do L. Evans, who was well known as owuor of the Morangarell Hotel. Says tho journal from whicli we quoto :—" Mr. Evans was, while on his mud to Young, obliged, through tho Hooded slate of the roads, to stop ab Kelson's publicdiouso, at Thuddungcra, whero he expired on tho 29th ult. We bear that, tho Newtown Cricket Club has beou lirinly established, thero being now...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

TELEGRAPHIC N EWS. [ASSOCIA TED PRESS TJILUVRAMS.'] LATEST BY GABLE. LONDON, August 0. The O'ConneU Centenary Banquet at Dublin closcd abruptly, owing to dissension causcd by tho Homo llulers. Catholic demonstrations have taken j)lace in England ami Scotland, and at Glasgow a riot, in which Oraugeincu and Home Rulers "Were concerned, tool; place. ,.Tbe wheat inarkot is irrogular. Tho Ado ' laide wheat ailoat has been nearly all sold on tho spot. The present value is—For Ade laide, 55s. to 5Gs. ; and for Tasmania!), 52s. to 55s. Adelaide Hour, 35s. to 40s. Copper has improved. Chili is worth £79 to £S0, aud Australiau;C85 to £00. Tin is firmer. Straits, £S0; Australian, £70 to £11. , Arrivals — Loch Lomond and Thomas Stephens, from Melbourne; West Austra lian, Haidee, and British Ambassador, LONDON, August 12. Alexander Collio, who was committed last month on a ehargo of fraud has ab sconded, and his bail hsia been estreated. The insurrection in Herzgovina, a province I of Turkey in ...

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

The following circular was received by the WuggaWagga Land Ofliccr ori|Wcdnesday :— " Under Secretary of Lands, Sydney, to Land Agent, Wagga. Department of Lands, Sydney, Oth Augiist, 1875. Sir,—I am di-. vectcd by the Secretary for Lauda to inform you that the Acb iutituled an Act to declare and amend tl\e laws relating to Grown Lands will come into operation beforo Thursday next, the 12th insl., and you must therefore especially as regards the following particulars act in strict accordance with its provisions, and advise all applicants of the penalties they incur by auy breach ^ thereof. 1. Every ap plication for a conditional purchase • must bo tendered by the applicant in person, and if he be under the age of 21 years, he must state therein that he is of the age of 1G years or upwards. Should any statement in this respect be uutruo, the purchase will become void, and the deposit bo forfeited. 2. No person shall become the conditional purchaser of any land except it shall be for ...

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

Holloway's Ointment and Tills.—Ab scesscs, Erysipelas, Piles. Unvarying suc cess attends all wlia treat diseases according to tlio simplo iniutcd t directions wrapped round each pot hud box.' Th'oy arc invaluable to tlio yonng and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, arid trifling oxpenso' will eriablo tho moat diffident to couduot aiiy caso to a happy issue without exposing Bccrot niirmities to anyone. BISCUITS! BISCUITS'! BISCUITS! Bisjciiit-maliiiig' by MacliiJiery. j. cn^3?]yc^-]sr, " Albioa Bakery," Kincaid and Fitsmaurioo Streets, Is now manufacturing Biscuits by Machinery, from the Purest Materials, and of every variety. The qualify of theso Biscuits cannot foe surpassed, and purchasers have the advantage of being served vitti the Very Best Biscuits, i'j'iFRESH AND CltlSP FROM THE OVEN. ENCOURAGE LOCAL MAN UFACXURE! , , ASK FOR CHAPMAN'S BISCUITS ! Storekeeper* and other wholesale buyers supplied at Mclbourno prices. O ...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Wk learn that Mr. John Cox, of Mango plah, has purchased ten blocks of country lying west back from the Bogan. A por tion of tins country lies close to that recently bought by Mr. A. G. Jones. Wc understand that delivery' has been given of the Egan Creek Station by Mr. J. J. Donnelly, to Mr. William Love. Mr. G. A. Elliot (JL\ 11. and Co.) agent. I Mr. It. F. Horsley, of Yabtrce, has sold 300 fat wethers to Mr. It. H. Wormall. Messrs. W., and Co., agents, . Mr. A. G. Jonc3 has sold 7000 superior sheep, equal sexes, 4-tooth, in tho wool to ; Messrs. J. McDonald and Co., of Mungi ■ Bungi statien, Gwydir district. Messrs. \V., I H,, M. and Co., agents. Mr. Oliver Tibeaudo lias purchased the Wargambegal station, in the Laohlan district, together 5000 sheep, liorses, stores, plant, &c. Messrs. W., II., M. and Co., agents. Messrs. J. J. and W. McNickle have sold , to Messrs. Robertson Bros. (Mimosa) 2500 1 maiden ewes, at top price for cash. Mr. A. T. Bolton, agent....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 14 August 1875

DEATH. ROBINSON. — At his residence, Huntley Cottage, Wagga Wagga, Robert Clark Robinson, surgeon, in the 49th year of his age.

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SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 August 1875

seiiEuirr.K. No. of Act. Title of Act. >Vn Act for regu lating theftllon, ation of Crowuj Lnmla. An Act for regu lating tho occu pation ofCrown| Liuuls. <Tha whole of Suctions 8,1U, 17, 20, and tho following words in Section 18, "andtho I ccrtittcateof tholund I agent for the district I or other proper olll /The whole of Scctlous (18, ID, 30, and U3. Tho following por Hons of Section 12— Division 0—tho flrat I proviso. I The wholo of the Dth subdivision of bco I tion 12. Printed und published for tho Tropretor by Hamii.i.on* Macki.nno.v at Wagga AVnyya, >'uw South Wulcs, August lb, 1S75.

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