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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 6 March 1869

DEATH.         On the evening of Friday the 5th instant, at Water-   view, the residence of her grand-parents, ELIZA JANE, the eldest and beloved child of William and Eliza   RAND, aged four years and seven months.        

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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AH! WHY! [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

AH ! WHY ? "Why sits that maiden sad and palo Amid the glittering throng? Why boars her face the marks of pain While heedless of the song.? Has he whom she so fondly loves Left her young heart forlorn ? More poignant aro the pangs she feels, She suffers from-a corn.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECT POETRY. EVENINGS AT HOME. (From Macmillan's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

SELECT POETRY. EVENINGS AT HOME. (From Macmillan-.i Magazine.) SHUTTERS are barred ; the wintry wind without Blusters and howls ; hear'st tliou tlie trees about Creak, and the sighing branchos, and the panes Dashed with tho rattling rains ? The cosier we two, darling, by this fire The grecn-olothed tabic midmost, spread with hooks ; Tho household settled all to thy desire, And wo ourselves to interchange of looks : Thou, crimson-bodied, in thy cushioned' chair, Thy fingers toying with some feminine work; 1, on the sofa opposite thee, where, ! Slippered at ease, and loose-gowned like a Turk, I bask in presence of my golden girl, Yet stint not to uphurl So tolerant her care The short white puffs of smoke that snake the ruddy air. How, seated so, my darling, we do chat Of this and that Our doings through the day, and what, We have seen, and whom ; plans of the instant week ; Whether our purse Grows healthier or worse ; This outlay, should we make or grudge it; , Topics on which to hear...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

AD VER TISEMENTS. Wanted. A. FEMALE SERVANT. : Apply'at tiio Store of : .! i : . ; GEORGE FORSYTH-& CO:, - " : Wagga Wagga. ' V- ? Wanted, V1'1:"',;;' ~jr' ;f'/" , !ASITUATIoisf as" SHEEP' OVERgEEB:, 'ccptional i rcfercnco. V' Apply; .5 0£Rcd> of this' Paper. , , f - !!' , , S. W. DAVIES. , Wagga Wagga, March 9. , To Fencers. ' 1 "\TTANTED,; FENCERS," with or without »IVY TEAMS,, for BRUSH FENCING.,., ?'b Apply,,to..JOHN, M ACPIiERSON, u.i - .. Temora,Morangerell;.-.. J'. Young. ' vr . Wanted, liirEN.'iWITH TEAMS, FOR' BRUSH; 4V±.,,FENCING., ..;. ! 'rjiiV* ?Applysto G. FORSYTH AND CO.v& I : 'r! I i - . W. SINCLAIR,.1'' ;' "."< i Eunonyahreenyah. .| : William Brett. IF "WILLIAM BRETT will communicate i with his Friends at WANGARATTA,' ihe .-will hear important news from England.; j To toe.Let..' ! ..A. THREE-ROOMED Brick i COTTAGE' XJl. TO LET, in Tarcutta-streot,' with 'a 1 detached Brick Kitchen. n'; .'i [ .: < Apply, ;tp. GEORGE; !F,ORSYTII...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

W '-'-mi . 'r'GENERALi NEWSi: .i4 THK'AiiiiuRY VINTAGE.--'The Vintage1'iliis lyearicqniiiictiees unusually early. -'The'vine-s growers! at;iBungowaniia!i, and . Moorwatha .corfimence,Operations in, a day .or two. -Tho ^crop in thbse places promises a' large supply. <'oi niust,: but we regret to: say Jtliats' in1' most' _<otherdbcalities the drought 'has; alfucted the ' .!grapesi(aiid there will he aconsiderable! faille .oft ,'iii the. vintage., Chinese , .labour, is; largely '.Used 'in ('picking, ? anil, is .preferred to, !;tiiat"'of'-E(irot(ean3. "»Thp' Chinese are"ex-v /tre'mely careful' arid1 quick 'in tlieir LHvork,'' ; sjjliloiri j dropping, t any iof,; tlie -j berries, 11 and ? making, a .clean, pick qf? the vines. ;- In,this; 1 district,' Cjiinamfen receive 123.' per week for; .! picking,' '? bveryfchihg''beihg" found by ,'the ovignerori: :>Iii"Stveral' cases'-we nptibe that' vignei-ons! are-showing a I disposition :'toi sell' their, wines direct (to ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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THE EXCITEMENT AT NEW PLYMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

i-V THE-'BXCITEJIWI'. AFR, NEW ;PLV^OUT^','I i,UTlie 'excitement in Now. ^lyinouth, as. /family after 'familyi 'with the'ir!'f&ruitiire," canio-'irit'o' town; had, tin''Wednesday, got to ?that pitelv;that several gentlemen went todiis": Honour the Superintendent, ami requested ! him to ;issue a notice, so as to inspire some . , confidoiiW in'. thb 'settlement, as "they, be-' lieved!it waS'tiot'a general rising of the King natives. ?_ ? - ? ".j - The following is -the ovidoncfe of; the niedi-:; . eal .witness, given at the inquest ^Patrick ; ^ Joseph. (VCarroll, sworn:,! 'aiii ainetlical " practitionof', practising in Newflyitioiith'; I' 'have examined the bodies which' the jury . have this morning. viowod. The tomahawk ' wounds on John Milne wore, one smashing; throughtlib. bridge of the hose,, and also, the eheelc hones, J anothet cutting through : the 'integuments of the mouth and crushing'in' the teeth, one in the forehead above the left i eye, and another one in the hack...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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ETTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, & Co's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

ETTERSH.VXK, EAGLESTONK, 4 Go's. REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-The supply brought forward this week was short of tlio requirements. Competition ran high, and prices have con sequently shown a decided tendency up wards. We quote prime beef at 22a 6d to 25s per -100 lbs. FAT SHEEP. - The numbers which came forward during the week have far exceeded the wants of the trade, and in regard to quality generally, we have to report an improvement, but owing to the great influx of sheep, prices ruled under our last quota tions : best wethers, say at 8s to 9s 6il. STORE CATTLE.-We have nothing material ta report in reference to this description of stock since our last, and have merely again to remind holders that we still have in quiries for good lots suitable for the Southern markets, and breeding herds for Queensland. Quotations-Southward, best bullocks, 703 to 85s ; spaj'ed cows, 50s to 65s. STOUE SHEEI'.-We have no change to report, and would repeat our last remarks. We have inquiries for young ewes ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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HOW THE MASSACRE WAS EFFECTED. Urenui, 21st February, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

j lio.w TUE^MASSACUEr^VV^S.iEFFKCtriSD.I v : ,r ; .-i.-'J' . 'Urehui; 21st February^ 18(39. ' ." I >[i Sl^/QJeii^'-iPaiTis,-I'/Kavc^lfearneft^iiiore-' i minute t particulars 'concerning 4hp' 'cleatli( Of; .EuroppanSf at Pulcearuhe.;Yy'il'heiVwar: party; i arriveii tttjtlie.CliiTa in broa&ilay. I, , Only twoi Eiirbp'C!vnB 'were at the blockhouse-IlicliardS; and M'Milhe.' - These-were tmtiiced away by; rboiiig tolditliat itliore Were a'number of * pigs' ,for!sale.'oil 'tli'o boaeli; ., M';Hilne-.went first; f . lie 'iva.% tomahawked 011 tliq; roatl.} sailing.- to j the b iiaoh .' ' Seeing, that liichards did' ;iipt. cfullowi:the ranrdbi,crei,eturhbd) urgingliim to'' icome1 aiid look !at: tile pigs:'! The unfortunate: -man'followed; and was, killed hear to Vhero. M'Miiiie fell. The taua. party then hislied < ' iip' to'ihe redoubt - Xieut'eiiant Cfasooigiie, . wife; and'childrcn were absent, bluing iti their' field? "of corli and'petntbes situ'aced'in Pukoa-' r'uli...

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MESSRS. GDLDSBOROUGH BURT, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

MESSRS. GDLDSBOROUII BURT, AND GO.'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE. - Extremely short supply, prices firm at last week's rates; all tfce cattle coming forward are in second hands, being bought up otvfcsirte, so long as this practice continues there -is no hope of a regular market or a steady supply ; best beef 22s 6d per lOOlbs. FAT SIIEBP.-A very full supply, aad prices have given way fully Is to Is 6d on best quality, whilst low class sheep are dull of sale. \Ve quote best ivedders 8s 6d to 9s ; second quality 7s. We have sold this week, 200 (Scholey's) 8s 5d; 400 ewes (Christian's) 7s 3d to 7s 9d ; 300 wedder3 8s to 9s ; and 500 (Jenkins ) 5s. FAT LAMBS have sold well this week, one sale about 100 from 8s 6d to 12s. WOOL.-At the Chamber of Commerce, on . Thursday, six brokers catalogued 730 bsles, about two-thirds of which was said. There was much competition for best lots, and rates obtained confirmed the advance in price so evident at the sales last month. Best scoured wools range from Is...

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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. FUBTHER ACCOUNTS OF THE MASSACRE AT THE WHITE CLIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. : PUBTREH ACCOUNTS OP THE MAS SACRE AT THE WHITE CLIFFS. We give the following fuller and later particulars of this ti'agedy from the Taranaki. Herald of tho 20th February : So sudden and startling was the news brought into town by 'Mr. W. Webster, 011 Monday last, and so appallingswas the in telligence of the murder of the lt'ov. J0I111 Whiteloy and those residing at Pnkcaruhe, that business since then has been entirely suspended. The statii of suspense tho settlors that night were in may bo better imagined than our pen is ablo to. d'escribo. Nothing w.ts heard but exaggerated rumours of tho occurrence, of which at the timo 110 one knew the true particulars. At about 0 a.m. on Wodnosday 17th tho forces started for the White Cliffs, for tho purposo of finding tho bodies and bringing them into town. The body of tho Uev. John Whitoley was first seen. He was lying on Ilia faeo, a few yards from his dead horse. His coat anil waistooat were gone, and one log was d...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

I MUDGEE. MESSRS. CROSSING AND COX'S KEPORT. FAT CATTLE.-We have to quote a alight decline from last week's rates, the supply having been more adequate to meet re quirements. Sales, however, have been well attended, and the whole competed for with considerable animation, realising prices highly satisfactory to the vendor. We have also remarked a decided improve ment in the quality of this stock lately from the Goulcourn river ipaddocks, from which locality we have for some time back been.almost solely dependent upon. We quote best pens bullocks from 120s to 130s ; ditto, cows, 110a to 120s ; medium, mixed lots, 75s to 95s. Our sales have been 38 head, principally COWB, 833 to 120s; 40 bullocks, 105a to 130s ; 36 bullocks, 90s to 120s. FAT SIIEEP.-We still hare to report the market bare of anything like good quality, which are much inquired for. Medium, and inferior are plentiful and can only be quitted as a substitute for good quality. Wo quote best wedders at from 8s 6d to 10s; and...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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NEWS BY THE PANAMA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

NEWS BY THE '.PANAMA. MAIL-. Tlio Alabama claims treaty, on tlio basis of the original protocol, lias been signed by President Johnson and.'the fiaH'of Clarendon. The conference oh tlic Eastern question was brought to a-fclPsc oil the -15th {January. The European Powers will not be hold/bound to enforce its conclusion, although -they JiiTr, ticipatcd in the deliberations o'f the cbufer-1 enbe. The Grecian Government will, it is reported, 'reject tlio decision of the con ference. ' All the powers except Russia have:. fuiilted in a demand on Greece to withdraw, [ill. forijial objections. , , , . The di.refctril's bf'the bank of Overcnd, Gur-1 ; hey,' and' Co; '. have been .?lield- to' . bail < on a > charge of fraud.;. i , i .' A large Eeniaii demonstration took , place, jit ;Cork oil the. 1st January/ at which, Mr. .'0\Sullivan'madd\alstr6ng speecH.'':' «t1 GeiVehil- Doyle,'' thb < Gbvof'noK St' Noira f .'.Scotia', Klidrhis: Honour Chief- Justice Young, ; 1 h...

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MELBOURNE. THE LONDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION (LIMITED) REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

I : MELBOURNE. TUB LOXDON AND AUSTRALIAN AGENCY CORPORATION .(LIMITED) REPORT : WOOL.-The competition at our sale this afternoon was very brisk, all the lots offered were competed for with great spirit, and in several cases a further advance was obtained than that already reported. The catalogue submitted amounted to 345 bales of wool, of which number wo have to (report the sale by auction and private contract of all except 18 bales held over for further instructions. We sold greasy from4d to lid per lb ; scoured from 9d to 15(1 per lb; and for fleece, from lOd to 16d per lb, SHEEPSKINH met a ready sale at our late quotations. KANGAROO SKINS brought 10s per doron. March 5th, 18G9.

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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TERRIBLE OCCURRENCE.—A WOMAN KILLED BY HER HUSBAND. ("From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

TERRIBLE OCCURRENCE.-A' WOMAN' KILLED BY- HER HUSBAND': .Vsfy.i.i ("From the S. M. Jleruld.) Tiie City Coroner commenced an inquiry on Thursday, at 'tlie FiUroy Hotel, William street, i'espectihg the dcatli of a woman named Annie Taylor. , , ? ? . ; Henry Taylor stated that'lie resided at lis, -Palmer-street; lie Was'a stock-driver; .tlie body just 'viewed l)y the Coroner ancj* lying at his residence was that of his wife'' Alnmb Taylor ; sh'c was 3$ years of, ago, audi a nativo of Cork, Ireland ; he \Vas married " to her in 1853 ; she lials left two children; Bho died about 6 ^o'clock oil Wednesday night, having been ill for about a week. Mary Mel villi) stated that for the last fortnight sho 'had been staying at 142, Palmer-street with Mrs. Taylor, who was a friehd of libra ; three or fb'ur weeks ago, Sir. Taylor called Upon her and asked her if she hail seen Mrs. Taylor, as slib had left lioihe ; she told liiin she had not, and lie then asked her if she would go down and stay &...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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DALMAHOV CAMPBELL AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

DAMIAHOV CAMPBELI, AND CO.'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE.-To-day's market was toler ably well, but not to say heavily supplied, 125!) head being shown in the yards. There was a fair proportion of them good to prime quality, but tho weights were not m) he,ivy as last week. There was a good attendance of the trade, and the opening nr-les were about tho same as last quota tions, but towards the close prices were slightly lower. We quote best bullocks at from 10/ to 121 7s (id ; second, from 61 10s to 8/ 10s; inferior, from 41 to »I. Best cows from 8/ to 10/ 2s Cd ; second, from 6/ to 7/; inferior, from 3/ to 4/ 10s. Wo have sold 125 head for various owners at the above quotations. FAT SHEEP.-Tho number yarded for the week amounted to 18,163, consisting of about two-thirds from good to really prime quality, -with very fo-.v inferior amongst them. There was only a small attendance of tlio trade, which wa3 caused in a great measure by the disagreeable dust storm in the early part of the day, and n...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser And Riverine Reporter
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GUNDAGAI TURF CLUB RACES. (Abridged from the Gundagai Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

GUNDAGAI .TURF CLUB RACES. (Abridged from the Gundagai Timta.) \ ^nuslte 'races camo off on Wcdnosday and tfhliVsday la-it. TJio attendance was very ?humorous <JH tho first day, and the racing 'was remarkably good, particularly the Maiden Plate and the Hack 'Race. Tho first 'race was 'THE MAIDED PLATE*)? 2i5 sovs. j -1| mile Mr.'G. Guy's ch m-Josephine ... u. 1 G. Shelley's i g h Curumilla 2 J. T. V. Walter's bl g Deera ... 3 For this race nine horses started, four or 'five'in particular being favorites,' one-Curu ?'jnilla-being generally consiilered an out sider. A good start was eH'octcil, Planet heading for some distance, but at the straight ??running, Josephine had taken the lead, the .?others in eloso company, and all put to the .whip. .-From 'the distance .post a splendid ?1-ace tnsued, Josephine winning. 'THE PUBLICANS' -PuitaE of -30 SDVS., -frith a sweep of £1 10s. to go to the stecond horse ; h. ft.; -lituiditfap ;-2 miles : .Mr. S. -White's-brg Sparrawhawk .-. ...

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WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

WOOL, STOCK, AND STATION REPORTS. SYDNEY. MESSRS. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT, WOOL.-The quantity offered at auction yes terday was below the average, comprising some 750 bales, of which about 500 passed the hammer. For good lots of both ileeco ami' scoured wools, the competition was brisk. . One lot on our catalogue-20 bales of the brand, scoured, and a very beautiful sample-was quitted at 22fd per , lb. SHEEPSKINS were in good demand. We quitted about 12,000 skins, at from 3}d to ' 5Jd ; pelts and baro skins, l.Jd to 2£d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

IS PUBLISHED every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Traill-streot, Waega Wagga, and ddlivered at an early %our to subscribers in the town, and by mm. '?Ktroughout ifclio colonies. TEllMS": j .SUBSCRIPTION. Per Quartar, ltt town, fayiiblo in nilvancB 8s. i Quarter, posted .. ditto .. 10s. j .Per Quarter, posted, credit .. .. "TKT B -The quarters terminate on the 31st March, -SOth Juno, 30tli September, and 31st December, (it . which periods only cau subscribers decline,, by irtHce and paying the amount due to tho end of tlio . cirtrcn't quarter. few subscribers are receivedtttany time and charged iproportionatcly to the termination "otthe cunrent three months: brft unless persons otto . nrvrinr aTo known ftt tlio olttco, wo do not j^teanteo that it wil" be forttardodI if the orders .Ufttccompanicd by a remittance of at least ono ' quarter's subscription in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS : I ' First Inch 3s. fivery additional Inch, Is. 06. :«5 nor cent, allowed off 13 insertions; S3J p...

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MR. THOMAS DAWSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

M.l. tf/IJitAS I>A\t30Nv'S REPORT. FAT CATTLE.- -Market firm at last week's ?quotations. Anything really prima would realise 23s per 100 lba. FAT SHEEP.-Since my last report prices have fallen fully a shilling per iiea.l for all kinds of sheep, principally owing to die i.irge number of inferior qualities that have been pushed into the market. Prime are the only sheep that sell satisfactorily. STORK CATTLE.-Are in good demand, and I could place a large mob at first-class rates. STORE SHEEP.-Small lots of good wethers are inquired for. HORSES.-Market glutted, and prices most discouraging. March, 4, 1869.

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BREWSTER AND TREBECK'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser and Riverine Reporter — 10 March 1869

BREWSTER AXD TREBECK'S UEI-ORT. STATION'S.-Wo offered at miction a very superior pastoral property, in Queensland, but were unable to obtain a satisfactory offer. We notice, however, that there is more inquiry for good paying properties, - and since our last, have concluded a sale of the Moongy station, in the Burnett dis trict, Qneensland, together with 5000 head of mixed cattle, over six. months old, at 21 2s Gd per head. STORE CATTLE.-There are several buyers'in the market, but a3 great difficulty would bs experienced in collecting cattle after the severe drought, owners decline mustering until their herds have recovered from the effects of tbe late scarcity of grass. STORE SHEEP.-Xo transactions, and very little inquiry. Squatters' Exchange, George-street, 5th March, 1889.

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