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Horse Bolting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Horse Bolting. Yesterday, persona about Mr. Hayes's mill wore a good deal stnrtled on seeing1'a horaeibolt from one of, the. oomora; near that place] The horsijwaa harhess&djfo ajheavy dray on which wore a 'man dad a boy, and, becoming frightened by some trifle, bolted ;fl,t a",fearful pace towards tlie' railway.j ;;The man* did his best to' pull in the animal, but for'somo time without success, and barely! .{jreyentod him from taking the dray against oorner of Mandelstfnta;v;;HottoK,:.^" Tbe boy-was thrown off, .ns wtyij also Jan aie which lay upon the dray, .and'%hi6H'lbe"nar-" rowly escaped from bejng inj ured (by,, as botji ^ent |;qgefch(E(r'^or^taj idiafcanoo.^ JJPfce fajl^ wo are happy to state, did not cause him any t , VI fl S,ioo I ? .ei«aS(H ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goulburn A. P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Goulburn A. P. and H. Society. . By an advertisement in another column it will be seen that the storekeepers jof. Goul burn.aro requested to meet the Secretary of the Goulburn Agricultural Society, at. the Mechanics' Institute, on Monday evening, at 4 p.m. The object for which they are asked to assemble is one with which the interests of the Association are connected, viz., to, 'induce tb'o' storekeepers to subscribe some prize for the forthcoming show. Mr. Boloher: hopes that, in consideration of the advantages derived from tho Society's; shows,, the ehopr keepers will readily'comply with bis request -at all events it is expeoted ail will roll up and!hear what he has to say on the subject.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dangerous Occurrences. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Dangerous Occurrences. Too frequently it happens through negli gence as much as anything olse that horses take fright in our public thoroughfares, aud tear away at lite-and-death speed through the streets. Yesterday evening an instance of this kind came under our notice. The horse, attached to a tip-dray, started from Auburn-Btreet, and made its way to Clifford street, where it was caught, no damage having resulted from what was certainly a source of much danger. A little more pre. caution might provent (ho recurrence, of incidents of this kind.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Funeral. THE friends of MR. T. W. JACOB are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral of his late   beloved mother Mrs. JACOB.       The procession to move from her late residence Clifford-street THIS DAY (SATURDAY) at 3 o'clock, and proceed to the Wesleyan Church. ROBERT CRAIG, Undertaker.  

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

QUEANBEYAN. MONDAY EVENINQ. 1 Between the, Loursof O.and 11-last night, a party called at the police-station and re ported that a man was lying in a helpless condition,on the U'anberru plain,.,about four miles frdni town.' The sergeant proceeded to the place-at oope .and found, a-map, un conscious' and very much bi?iiised. He was :obnveyod to tbe hosp.ital, k^it, died shortly after reaching the institution. , It .is, sup . posed; .that ,he' nVus't have been 'thrpwn ;from his horse: Tlaere.wiU.be an i.nquest.held on. Tuesday.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROOKWELL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

. CftOOKWELL. ;.. I IJMONDAY. At the ,police court to-day, before Mr. J. J. .Miller, J.P., William King was charged with stealing sheop;' the property ol Henry' Cttrr, Binda... Accused was defended by Mr JietM. The evidence was very lengthy;,.and lasted up to 4 o'clock ; at its . conclusion, King wus committed to take his trial. This is the same case which was heard last court day;' i! .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [i'UOM; GILEVF LLII'A 'TKLEOITALT COMPANY. J SYDNEY. MONDAY Nronr. Dit. THOMAS, Anglican Bishop of Goulburn, preHclind on board tlie Iucjnstani- (of tho Dr-tichert Squadron) yesterday. No Nmnll-[n>x casus ruportid to-day. , A case said to exist at Nowoastle has turned out a hoax: >? < ? ? .. : r > r , / , , Two brothers named Kent were^fiiigd £5 to-day at the Water Police Court for assault ing , a , Chinaman. Tuo bench expressed stroDg disapproval of tlie cowardly,assaults made on Otiiuatnen iif late, and said they . would inflict in future cases a penalty according to the full extent of tho law.;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. ' "Brlofi than;: and what's liio,newal'J-vKi/y John, One hundred and one slaves; liavo ,been; emancipated in Egypt. Dr.' 'Harding hus. been appointed; addl ; tional yaopinntyr for the Ynss district. 'J. Acting Qij.b:-in8peotof Jiyons hasfbeon ap pointed :gold receiver at Temqra, viae Quaoy. Senior-constable Mcintosh has been ap pointed gold .' receivi'i* n't' Braid W'ood, vice O'Brien. /-y \y~'V,'::.-",y | In the Cambridge 'University vaqation cckkbt match Roe mado the-extraordinary score.of 415, not, .out.., . , .7 , " ..-Charles Irish,....qap'tain, of.' the, Yicibnan Bicycle, Club, jhus accomplished 'thP' gi'eat feat of .riding ISO, miles in 13 Jiours. ! 5- A- tank .sinker < woriting near.^Spillpr's1 Hotel1 on1 the Morool lost his life, the other day through ,a mass of earth'fulling'id upon him- ' . V "'I . Mr.Fitzpatriok informed.,the Assembly on Wednesday night that the. numbers qf the Chinese in the colony were'deoreasing, and wore SOOOleiy^thofa'SO^e...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TARAL A. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

i,sola's o.ti y Vol (liotu gHs jf ar' | »-£jhillitig westerly winds arey blowing,Veiling,; .fi'sbyl3rbly'on':bovino 'atoeky1 which'hro' loaing «:HPrpugat;itoJ(v.,ftQiisb, .and^ho, yojjpg^^opBj qo 'i',iar.iiookiproriiisin(?,,1iyL.! i,> tynu-.i.-.tii uin,ii» i.n I f '!'MTowN>^MPRpvMlH^TSi-r nritice iQutf .little ;is"eirowl^''b'(it !Wubstiintittlly/M'p#oyIn'gi. ij m of jwgliodVhav.e., no'^ work.fofii.tbeiiiparsdn'afiiresidonoflrrra.'jRtRn'm ',!pfiYrii'(5tU4'b~8UOb.as'^ouldV-'eyeb 'dcr>'credit fo, V 'T!W.1,db'ntract'6yYMW'/ iS .iramje 'tigfiiod^or' icnmatpbipt whiohawiii notiBoouobe ifprgQ^pn,'. Mr. John Walsh's new store,jaiineatibuil^u ing, jis about to get the.finish. Mr, ^ynanfs npfr ootiaifei to! bq itiie iuturo post and tele-' ,,gyrpb office,.is in,the hands of. th^jjlaBterers', Bid' Mr. Thomas^Moloney's now. twti-3roriecJ( edifice willsoqmbeianolher ornamont to thei town. This speaks \?ell for Taralga cob" Bid^iU^i'fiS,d&ilnV88"dl'ihe?tilne&.1) Another1 p...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

"NVJEEJJCLY CALENDAR MOON'S PHASE. Last Quarter, 38tb July, 3.38 p.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

COOTAMUNJDR A -NEWS. " (FilOM OUlt CoilBKSrONBENT). AUSTRALIAN: HOTEL.-This first-class hotel was formally opened ? by its! spirited new proprietor; Mr.', .William'.Troy;' who cele- ' the .event ,by ,;a'bally ? aad champag'n e SDppep.' large &ttendance;of.Jrjenqs,a'n(i. yigitors v'ero> pregqtH .and1: thoroughly ' on- ; jb'ygd tfi.ehj'delue^/' "j{l ll;*."' >' ( j i, consisting'of four grand "uns,'-i)iioke'nfield Ond'Firstli^ht (of -which pair you. published on account"soma wpeks1 ago), 'and 'GroiS d'Honneux'.! audi/i'aurilB-^did jj'.gqpd exor ,cise,canter..on Thursday, Firstlighc and the dliestnut: finishing the last half-mile' very fast. Mr. Dempsey has expressed liis in tontion''of' letting'the ' -New-" Holland colt servo a limited number of mares this season; he is in .splendid, buckle.1 'Thbugh the knowing- ones f'uncy Firstli^lit. (a crowd of visitors, gOod'judges/amongst'them from Goulburn, interviewed, the string and 6table .to-day,)1 would' adviso ownors of thor...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JULY 19. THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

3PXJ33X.ISTI33r) EVEEY MOENING . , Tru'tli, ever lorely einoo the world began, XLio foe ol'lyroiiln and the friend of mm.-Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JULY 19. THE LAND QUESTION. Of tlx© many questions agitating tlio public mind at the present* there is none that will exert such a powerful influence in shaping tlio future destiny of the nation now in course of development in' Australia, as tlio Land Question. Upon the proper settle ment of this question hangs the most im-. poirtant issues. The way in. which it \s dealt with will decide in a great measure whellier in the distant future this country is to be the home of a stalwart, indepen dent, liberty-loving, prosperous raoe, or the abode of a sot of cringing, slaves, cowering beneath the frown of a handful of Bloated autocrats, The land is the national inheri tance of tho people, and ought not lightly to he allowed to pass entirely out of itheir hands. The pubiiri estate should ho tho ohief means of furnishing revenue for state, pu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

^§S;'%ETO. I ^OupOolui^S^ONDBMT.J'n:-; ?J Jli MraionjAL CquNqiiiT-A. meejjiognof.tjw h| tYtt8B^::Mumbi^o.l.^Go'unfljL;VflB thold.;,ijj, tiue ' chamber ^.onj Friday evenii)g,uifittf iriatant, «Tho- iqembers^present ^were^jAldenpen jSanipson ;:(intthe - chair); v |T^ 'Gummings,''Denning,< abd >Wofcheirhy.i vi.iTha 'ibimifail bi the1 lost1 meetinj?i beld'bmtho 20th . May, were read,and otjlifirmedl^ j'Tlve Bt'&te mont; of. .accounts. twas read, as werp^ nlso a llumBer-ofi&he'r ttooVun(s,lall? o£iw,Kich were paasac|,Tjy|th .the~eX'CQptioa of one from Mr. Suivdyor'Jenkins)^whioVw.Mi(>lp.<}ni/he 3ug jgestitaiof ;itho ;;ohair,man,; ojr,der{edMto..qtand aver-un^ilj a $me(J> (Tb$ fojliop/n^cor respondenoe was "then ()Vw4j7Tj/6®'58^al1 House, jRuglanrStreet^yatarjpo, 13th July. fHn a I. JL " *4* IJ ma!!*' a L' *£? If £?«« 1 M >? m ai nnl « uui iuuuwiy(|ku(^ ^wi»v>< p6rtuining ;'to t,myin office,f Slderda&rf qf°&lt...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Our Non-appearance on Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Our Non-appearance on Monday. Just after we bad finished publishing the paper on Friday niijht; last, au accident occurred iu our office which bod the effect of preventing the appearance of the Southern Daily Argus; yeBtorduy. We could not describe the occurrence without the use of technical terms, which would bo, under stood only b}' the initialed. Suffice It, therefore, to say that Cor the time being we were placed in a very ugly predicament ; but all hands being1 at once set to work, the trouble was eventually got over, and every thing is in full swing once more.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEAT FREEZING. TO THE SMALL GRAZIERS OF ARGYLE, &c PER FAVOUR OF SOUTHREN DAILY ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

MEAT FREEZING. TO THE. \ SMALL GRAZIERS OP " ARGYLE, &o : . 1 v!. ; Pbu PAVOOn (IF feoUTHBBN DAILY AhGUI. Gentlbmbn,-Your slowness in, ,tnkjjng shines iu the Meat Freezing Company Vnr- ' ranis the supposition that you believe in the doubt expressed by one of the. wiseBt and most experienced gentlemen within 50 miles , of iSpringfield,, namely, that the greatest ', difficulty will bo to get men r of sufficient \ skill and practical experience to conduct the business; otherwise I fancy you would have1 taken up,a|l the shares ere now, and that for several reasons. Amongst tliu principal ones £ may mention that (lie area of agricultural land in this colony is ho. small, compared with.the tofal area, that we must depend chiefly on our stock, for which tbe; country, is so admirably adapted, and vyas evidently 60 from the very creation, which, is ; fully provedby tlie natural fact that theleaves never fall here as at.home and in other countries. Again, the. climate is so mild every...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Rifle Shooting' Contest. The prize rifle shooting contest of seven shots oach was commenced on lust Saturday afternoon at tbo Guulbura butts, the results so far being given below. We are informed that the final shooting for the various prizes will take place on Saturday, the 30th inst. The handicaps are not included in the fol lowing tabid :- « 300 400 Total Yds. Yds. Yds. Sergeant Sliorring 18 28 46 Private TowDnend 18 26 44 Private Casnidy '22 -21 . .. ? 43 Lonce-corp. Fowlor 21 2L 42 Piivate Kingston 16 26 i 42 'Private..Bull . 14 27 41 Oaptuin Blackshaw 21 19 40 Bugler Adams IS 22 40 Private Cooinber 16 23 39 . , .Corporal Bushull 15 23 88 Liotenant Nolan 17 20 37 Private Neilson . 15 . 21 . . 36 Sergeant Morris 8 28 36 Sergeant Wilkle 16 19 35 Private Bailoy - ) 2 23 35 ? Lance oorp Osboruo 24 10 ' 34 ' ' Private Young 20 13 33 Private Taverior 14 19 33 Private Tigbo. ' 13 19 32 Private S. jxelson 14 16 30 Private Iiockey ' 9 20 -29 Private Krencli . 12 17 29 Private Robinson 1...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS AT SEA. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS AT SEA. ADELAIDE, Thursday. The notorious ship Surah Boll returned to the Somnphoro to-day. When she got about 150 miles from Oape Burda, the upsetting of a kerosene lamp sot the ship on fire. The mate, who was down below trying to putt&e flamea out, was called up hurriedly, and on reaching .'.ho deok he found the captiijn ou his back \Vith threo or four men.holding hib down. Tliey ordered him to,, bo put in irons, as their lives were unsafe". *'Tha agents have placed themselves in communi cation. with the. Government, and havo tele graphed to tlio owners. , ? ? . Later.'; Further particular's are fo hand. The master, at Port Victoria, on the 2nd July, told the mate he had good I'easun for-desir ing immediately to ;sail,: for London, and ordered the anchor to bo1 weighed. The mate demurred slightly at starting in tho face . of most unpiopitious; weather. At length the anchor was hoyo up and sail madu ; whole sail sotting was proceeded with. Some han...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sad Death of an Infant. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Sad Death of an Infant. The infant of a woman named Theresa Howard, died at, the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, on1 Sunday morning. The infant was but two months old, and was in a very weak and exhausted condition when;admitted to the institution on Saturday night, The mother had been at service in Goulbum, put the child out to nurse, the result, as proved by medioal opinion, being that it had not received proper nourishment, and . conse quently died from that cause.,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

, NORTH GOULBURN A correspondent sands us the following: "Owing to the extremely cold whirl which was blowing on Saturday, tlio attendance of spectators to witness the 100 yards' handicap footrace was not so numerous as oji former occasions. A little after lour o'clock six of the competitors appeared at their marks, and were soon sent away to a very fair J^tart by Mr. Spencer. A good race ensued, which resulted iu Ruylnnce winning by nearly two yards ahead of Goy, who was second j- the rest being close together behind. McFar lane, who wasscratch, was put back a few jrards for the several false starts which ho made, and, inconsequence, did nor, have the the slightest chance of winning, iloylanco, who had 12 yards start, ran well, and sur prised even those who Une\y him. The Recreation ground, which is enclosed by a substantial fence with close palings, is having a little done to it in the shape ol earth' being carted into it for the purpose of malting it level, and a gate was placed ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— G0ULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

U.43S QltCHUH A Tfitt AT U0ULI3URN DISTRICT. July 24-Qrabben Gullen, Collector, Marulun. Coufirinution at Stg,.Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Ooulburn, Sunday, 31sl July, YASS MISSION. Ginninderra, Sunday, July 24 Binalotig, Sunday, July 31 Gutidaroo, Snnduy, AuguHt 7.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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