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THE CRICKET TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
'' 'THE 'CRicitET TEAM. TjaE ninth Australian cricket team, now on their way to England, pla- cd a match at Colombo' Ia3t Tuesday against eigh teen of ' Ceylon, wiuning easily. The' woathor was fine, but the wicket wa3 bumpy. Tho attondanco waa good. Tho homo . team won the tone and elected to bot. They were. all disposed of for 97. Only three of tbo oightcon made' doublo figures, Joseph scoring 21, Uufne XO, and O'Brien 11. Jones took flvo wickets for 22 runo, Donnan four wicket-« for 10 runs, and Albert Trott four wiokots for 24 runs. The Australians scored 179 for tho lo9B of eight wickets. . ... ? Donnan wcs.top ncoror with 41. Ire dale totalled 28, Albert Trott 20, and S. Grogory and Graham 1 5 each.
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
Items jDf'jS^orit; The A. J.C.. races .pii Saturday fragd-ifa': tended by 11 iOOOpe'oplei' Courallio w a 'great rally for the punters in the Don'caster. Both tho ownoraof True Blue and .Ro» opouoo considered their charges would win. A son of tho lato Chief Justico IVIortin of N.S.W. io a noted rower at .Oxford.. It io quits thought that Hova'o dooti nation will ovontualiy prove to bo India. Many pepplo think thi 0 will pro vo to bo Giffen'o final cricliofcing. trip to tho old country. Tho Molbourno Cricket . Club hao de cided to opond 510,000 in improving thoir ground. Grandmootor, tho oiro of go many raco horooa, io blind. Ho io 28 years of age, but otill uceful. Aftbr c dcGporito otrugglo Oxford.boat Cambridgo in the beat rcco by two-flftho of c, bocta length. . : . ? Wallnco vron tho St.. Loger on Satur day, Cabin Boy boing second, und Merry Boy third. Tho Doncastor Handicap wca on Satur day won by Conrcllio. Truo Blue was cccond, end Roaponsa third. On Thursday lcoi the Australi...
Sensational Gold Find at Tumbarumba. 373ozs FROM 40lbs STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
; r §emsati©iiBsiil (B©M n?ii-ffl aft 873028. FROM 40ld9. STONE. The ' Adoloriir Argus' of 31at. March' f s enyfl '? — Considerable bxcitsnonfc wao 4; caused hero 'on Tuesday owing to tho , rich find of gold by tho.Mesan.. Hoinicko, / of Tumbarumba, mombi-ro o£ a 'highly % respectable family tesiding. iiero many ' yeara. The.fiud is at Back .Creok. about eevnn raileB from Tumbarumb^ in a nortti eaaterly direction For r.otno days tho townspeople wero t^ld thoy would hoar something startling in .goia-mining. it appears, and is vouched by cretUblo i witnesses that 878oz8woro dolliod, no it were, from about 401ba of otono. It io said that nuggets or elugo (do tho coos tnay bo) of twelve ounces wdro pifkea out of tho- claim Soinb Day it is riot a reef but near a iccf. ? The locality io near where a man yarned Moffat found an I802 nugget como five yearo osro. The ground hc.9 baen traced flve miles from tho ? prospecting claim of tho Heinicke'a, aiid what has beon, won already— 400 ounces ...
Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
laws idaMBg 6-d -Meusjpapers. 1. If oubacrfbsra orde?the discontinu anco of these ppriodicalo, tho published may contihuo to oend them till arrears ore paid. 2. If stsbnoribsra r&fuso or neglect to take peri&3icalo from the poat office or other place ; to which they ore directed;.' jfchey fir'o hold reaponsibla until thoy have . settled thesr billo ond ordered the neriodi- ' ' calsrEo fcp diEcdntinued.' ' \ 8. If oubacribsra move to other local!-. V ties without informing the i 'publishers,^ ' ' and their .papbfa aro cant' to their former r ' z- direction, 'thd oubacribora aro responeiblo.- / H 4. Tho cpurts havo decided that ' rf---^--\ . J ,„ lh fuaing teifc;,!ko periodicals from the officj- ,' '' \ s or removing or leaving them. uncalled ' W' for, io prima facie evidonco of intontionat V fraud.' , -I 5. r-IS^autccribora pay. in advance for a poriodical, thoy are Hund to give no- ' tfes to tho publiaherfj'at the end of the time tnafc they do nit wioh to continue ^ ...
Open Column. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "ARGUS.") [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
vvWliK' Qpiaa Cdiimih . ' ' ' - ?:;'? ]'!? ?,'„ ??'. ; (TO THE 8DITOB, OF THE ' AfeQUB.') ??'?;?'.' '?'?''- . BiBi-r-'Boi'iet Nofcn8,.by Rambler, in. your % :''v '?.'?'', ..L&ue of the 26th ult. were vory pleasing ?\ ' ? : ? toaU. to '?whom I have spoken on. the oub 'v jeW When I oponod th« next iesue I looked for thorn- at onco, but was disap pointed. I thought ' Rambler ' meant to cOntinuo forBOveraliahuco. Will you allow mo to at-Ic him to favor uo with further noton? Ho need not givo up if he cannot think of funny things, for the subject is bo . f aCcinatinjj, and co ?well handled, that it cannot lcck intoroat. Thanking you in anticipation, I am .yours.fcruiy, . READER.
Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
IPdDStei EKOkS. TnK public are now afforded the oppor tunity of ' transmitting small sums of money through the Post within the ' ' colony, , and to Queensland, Victoriu,. '' South Australia, and Tasmania, by means of Postal Notes. Postal Notes of the following values may be obtained at any Moaey Order. Office in the colony ou payment of the poundage specified in connection there with : — . ' Value Poundage Value P'd'ge ' s d d 8 a d 1 0 , J 6 0 2 1 C -.?'.. ,1 7 C 2 2 0 1 10 0 3 , .V 3 0 1 15 0 3 ? ''*- 4 0 1 20 0 4 Now South' Wales Notes wlten paid id the other colonies named, and those of such colonies when paid xa Now South ' ' Wales, will be subject to a chaiga oq-jal to the poundage payable for Notes of similar value sn Repaying cblony Persons may remit odd ponce up to 5d by affixing ^obliterated postage stamps to the; face of the Postal Notes, and the valuo^ of the statnps affixed thereto will , be paid on presentation. . A Postal Note may be crossed, and the ., postmaster sha...
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
Current Topics. . BVWA,yrABIB. * ; A DBFOTATioff nt very earnest men- waited on Minister JBrun^ter the other day and asked him to suppress gambling with; a strong hand.' Mr. Brunkor was sympa thetic and deplored the ?vice cf specula tion in uncertainties. But tLa Chief Secretary waa unable 'o satiofj- the de mands of 'the dflputstion. Ho knew full: ?moll +,hp.fc hn -r-/ould ilave to mako tho lawB of naturo harmonious with ths law&. of Parliamontg boforo b.o could euro tlie: curso. Ho promic3d, however, to instruct tho Polka Dopartsnonfc to carry oafc the lav? Go fa.' ro pociible. That ij to say, tho crueller iry r/ill l/o hunted up, while tho big club man will bo allowed tho fullest in ^al^oncs. Tiio d ipprcccion of an nlmosfc univcrccl habit by Act of Prr liameat io toaf.fl %;o-L and t'bould in cludo lliO otosk o-^hange, iho lottery, tho bczo.iv, tho flo-7er all w, ^uJ tho boomor gonOially ™ith Sho dovotco or Uio turf o-' iho tablcj. Tho reformer muotr not xoly co riucb. on...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
Some of tho osport3 Y7I10 compviao feho Bo^rd of Exports had en interview v/ith tho Pioarior during tho paac v/csk for tho purpose of countai'aetijiQ' coricin otote mentB concerning tboir is? r.lr, fidei by Mr. M'Millan. Tlio Eonvd recommended, among ot&or uiattera, a thorough oystom of inspection and, where necessary, grading, 'of ail articlea , of , produce in tended for export, togethor with arrange ments for branding and the issuing of cert:'ficatf-u aa to quality. ? Tho appoint ment of competent; men at ports of dis charge to examine closely into the condi tion of goods wlion landed, and report any neglect or eareloFwnesa disclosed br anch examinations, and giving informa tion to intending shippero and producers aa to available markets, proper qualities and quantities for ouch markets. 'How, when, and ?whoro pri;duco could be boat marketed, and tho beat system of classing and packing. Tho Board aloo intended to obtain reliable information from all parta of the world and...
Bendoc Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
EBemiiikc Items (Fnosi our Cqerespondent.) At the Court of Potty Sessions) before W. S, Gronville, Eeq,, JP, chair man of tha Bcpch, M O'Rourke pro ceodod ugainst Wjlliam Johnson for illegally branding o, ''beaot. Oaso ad journed till 4th May, — Potor Foloy suad Wm, Light for goods cold and delivered. A verdict wap given fo? amount claimed, with coats, to bo paid by monthly in On Eaator Sunday, morning cevoral rosidonts loft to attend tho Bairnedale Quarterly Sessions an witne-coa in tho perjury caeej. Amonfrot thpco for tho Crown woiq Messro. W. S, Gronville, J.P., C. J. Dudley, D. S. ilabony (Clerk) of PGtty Sousiono), Goo. iismotiong, gout., end Conofablo Ityrn^ filininfj haa not' r^ado any intoro^tjjag change3 for spiao tinr-o prat, water hao been top cca^ca lor,, cruobipg purposes, and until the, Porpoyerancp plant ia com pleted nothing Interesting will be Imovnj s regards 'reiurno. i
STOKE AT CRAIGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
STORE AT CRAIGIE. By an: announcement in this issue it will ba aeon taut Mr. Booth,' of tho Federal Stores, has decided to open a brench of hlo business in Craigio. ( Tho otora will be opened up for the transaction of buuineso on Monday next with a ohoico ac^ortment of new goods. The menu^e ment has been inotruefced to Mr. H. A. V/at3on, who is well-known and widely respacted in the district, and who r/ill do biB utmost to mako tho venture a ouccese. We wish him every prosperity.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
s Ailments Peculiar to Women. N ATTIRE has, provided her owaL Natural .Boaedtea'tor the many qiltaeatfl the human family »ro subjected to— wWoh have been carefully and 'skilfully cctaJpounded ' intothe . . _ . ? . ' , MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES by Pbofbssou HENBT WAtfERHOUSE— ?who gives bis Know ledge and Advice Fuss or ' C&AHaB to all using tbo MARIANTY REMEDIES. By personal Conoultarion or by Letter, at bis ' Consulting Offices, 094 Eins-utroot, Sydney. All lettero answered xanodiatoly and then ? dcoL-oycd . ^THE MARIANTY FEMALE RESTORA ' TIVE POWDERS Are tho bratcompound in fcho VTorld fpEiVeak Females sufforing f com Fluor Albns, Boosing , Down, Profnco Monotraation, etc. TPbicd, la Cd ran Box. ? , , MARIANTY FEMALE PILLS. i The most wradGifal Ilcdicino ovor discovered for all Feaialo Irro^iiritica c? Olpfcrtscfciono, however obarincto or Jorsft ctodin^. ? Thoy ' . ' neve? toil to b intj cboat ell that; Li dcairsd in ' a few honra. Pebstctly Sari: aiid UniiiABLt; , / o^aba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
?»&*?;?;'*'-.? PUBLIC NOTICE. ????? . -?^???'^\ ' ' ? ;..#-#*-&!* ^^— ??;? ?.??. ? . .v-..-.v ?'? : ? ????-.??' . 'J':\ .]'?*?'?':, ??;'-:''.'.''.--.'i-:'-'--'.-1.: .-?'? ' '; ? r ?. ? .;-,'.i'.;J.-.^. ::--:''^^V^'r^';-''V'-\TI[riaHEStODoiafyhiB ' j , ...?'';;?. i' .-''? ? ^'jflL_#%';' ;: '▼ V ' ' many Customers, J ; ^;V::.: ' ''''lirafrga?'''' »nd'-tho' General Public, '?'f'i' -'?' ' ? ? T?jij»ffi\1 ' ' that he has pnroha--ed a : ?.?;./,' ,'v\-.. , .'£nWjl&' lftKfeotock oflEOKUON- . '??'(.?-? ;-V ' H'SiffiKlpj^ , GERY, comprising— Picks, ?T'-n ?!;?..., 0£y\itKilJ^ Donblo and Sinclo Mat -.,. ?'!; '' ' .' ^a&m F^ffi ! ^s *°°^Ot Hooa. AxePj Plough ;''''?? i! ' . '? ? V ' wffl ^ i| | ^ V? bcolo nnd Shuroa, Mould .'.???Cl1' - 1«**lL3c^iu ggjjj^ on(j gojo .piatea( ? v . Waggon and Buggy Boiea, Bnprgy Polea and ?..,'. Shafts, complete vrith. moantingo, and io now ? ? ;. ? 'prepared to execute ALL OEDEES entrusted / . '' '.-.?' to hifl care on tho Shortcut N...
Mail time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
Ufail Time Table. -l The following- is tfio mail time table ob served at tho looal office : — Mails leavo Dolbgato eve»y Monday, f- Thursday and] Saturda}' at 2 p.m. for / Craigie, Nicholson's end Bombala,'reach- ing lattor plrco ab 7 p.m. \ Loavo Bombalw Kt- 5 a.m. on Sundays, Wedncsdayo and Fridays, arriving at Dolcgute, via NicIiolBon'o- and-Craigie. at 10.30 a.m. . Leave Delegate ovsry Sundaj', Wed nesday and Friday for Cocrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.80 p*m.. Laavo Currbwong d& 10' cm. on Mon days, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Delegate at 1 p.m. - Leave Delegate every Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m.. for Tombong, arriving at Del6yate on return overy WcdnosdayandSiindayat/ 7 p.m. Leave Dologato at 1 1.30 a.m. on Sun day and 9.80 a.m. on Thureday, reaching 'B'eniloc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1' p.iu; onTimrdday, Bouang (Vic.) at 4.80 p.nli'un. Sunday and 4p.mi on Thursday,, and Orboat -(.Vic.^ at G p.m. on Monday end 6.30 p.m^on Friday. Leave Orbost, :yia Bo...
MINING AT THE BEMM. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
? MINING AT THE BEMM. .The Snowy Riveh Mail of Saturday last * has tho following : — - The manager of the Acb of Clubs and .'Royal Mint mines at Cluh Terraeeha9 kindly forwarfled us further particulars ?of developments at tho Beinxn. -r' ? ?'?? * -ACE' OF CLUBS. :. , Since the last report 'wo have been S 'lfiHF& obliged' to stop sinking tho underlay V **P^ shaft owing to bad ah?, which necessitated x *' .the driving of a tunnel from the south , creok along the lode, which has pro . grossed a distance of 80 teot. Thereof, which averages about a foot in width with well-defined walla, carries a small two inch, dig, and is heavily charged with galena 'and arsenical pyrites. This reef is developing well and carries good gold ' ' throughout. Oh'the largo reef, which is opening up well, wo have driven a further distunes i ''of five feet south by shooting. A.four 1 dnch seam on the hdnguig wall prospects by mortar tests from ton to twelve ounces ' to the ton. There are now 30 tons o...
Oddfellows Anniversary at Bombala [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896
Oddfellows' Amiita'ssFy at Tos members of tho Grand United and JJancheater #nity Ordora o£ O idfellows celebrated *feei; sasi^unsary on Enotor Monday in tho unual orthodox fashion, a procession^ picnic and eport3 during the ''^ ' 9 - i day and o ball at night. Tho procession, ' 1 1 ' numbering eomo 61 of the brethron of \'K\ ' the two orders, marshalled by Broo. E. Hyds an-j J. M, Gleecan, and' headed by ?. t ' ,r ' '? ***§ Bombala. Brans B-md, left the Loduo * ' \ Soom, at abov^t 10 o'clock, and after ^(iv' j masobujgdownMayoe-strcottotheintar- j ' '' eection of F,orbof,-s.treet, they niado a It £fc |f Kv -wheel 'and travelled backdown Blaibe J £ ? street and fcheuce. out to tho White Gato ' ' * grounds, the spot selected for tho ccono (, ' vOf .action. Owjng to tho high wind that . * was blowing they wero unable to unfurl their banners, aud tka march must have ' ' ' been anything but en enjoyable one, the s r s .' . proQ98Bipnfl.t tim«iO baing envdopod in a 1 .' ^' cloud of duat. ...