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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
General News. Scpposhd Deatii . raoit Poison*. — An inquest and post mortem examination waa'held nt Qubahbeyan on. Wednesday layt, on the body of a lad named Tew, who had died in great agony from what his' meiical attendant considered to bo poisoning. Part of the ititostiuos hp^vo been cant, to ^ho Government Analyst f -r investigation. Dkath toom DnowNiNG.— Tho bodj- of a man named B'rrowChild, 30, who had .been employed as a photo^ivj^hcr at Plummer's, wao found in the river at ,Weat Dubbo on Wednecday. It i* uu|j poaed tnat on Wednesday evening ho nad intended crossing the river, and mount to got a bouf which was on the wcitiTu siao. Ho undressed himself, and in to ded evidently to swim to the bout, but' got outangled in weed-i, which aie thick and strong in this part of the stream, arid was drowned. When tho body was f -und the hands and legs were tangled with weeds, and there was ovcry sign that there had been a desperate fatiugglo for life. ' Ai/I/eqhd Child Muhdeh.— Ellen Lon...
Exit Dean. THE "CURTAIN" RUNG DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
?.;/? \-'-\ ??'. ?''?jEMt^canr' / THE «' CURTAIN' RUXG DOWN. ' The Crown has at -List got hold of- Dean, and the j*rip i.s ti^htand'terrible. Duri g the we«k the'eham-nion fieusationalist of the Australias, with the assistance of the irrepressible Colonna Close, have bepn fighting inert Gctually against two oha-gea of fal^e testimony. For. perjury com mitted ut the Central Criminal Court, Dean was found guilty and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment. For .unking a false statutory declaration of bin inno cence, the wiFe-poi-ioner was also found guilty and sentenced to live years im prisonment. The sentences were dir cted by the Judge to bo concurrent, so the penalty to be suffered by Dean, as far as yet known, is arranged at 19 years. The defence of Dean did not amount to much. Counsel put in tho '.free -pardon ' plea, and the Judge merely made a' note of the point. Whether tho point will be argued further remains to be seen. But the Crown is not done with Dean yet. Tho conspiracy cas...
DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
DENTISTRY Mn. A. Spencer, dontiat, announces in our butiinesd columns that he will visit Delegate professionally on Tuesday, Cth November. Mr. Fredorio Duke, dentist, also notifies that lie will pay a profes sional visit to Dologato on tho 18th November, remaining until tho UJ3rd. Both gentlemen, who aio woll spoken of, roav bo consulted at Eafter'n Com mercial Il'otol.
Electoral Amendment Act. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
Electoral Amendment Act. In tho AsBombly on Thursday last, tho House ha\ing reaolvod itself in to a Com mittee of the 'Vyiiolo, th« Colonial Secro tary mov/yl, — ' That it id expedient to bring ing ?'U to amend tho Parhimen tttry Elcctorato3 and Hectioii£3 Act ot 1808 and to repeal tho Act j8 Victona, No. 1.' He oaid that Innt e nion thoj attempted to p^o v meuurp of thio description, but it \/^ noi cicet^d Thtii recent c ..nincncj hi I e ei iphtiet1 the necessity io ° bill touiPtch Lonio of uho dofoota o£ th» old Act 'I he ill iuao\ I ninny of tho di«°dv ?utnr^c i under % Inch tho elector 1 bored, ii/ conicired ^rt-D faciht to foi -votmr- to ro-nnii, nd it made t)ro\i3ion ioi the rcio\ '1 nd i ub Btitution ot oloaoi ' ujb.1 *ron. mem boro vo'f c\ aro froiii tho number of %otfG polled -nu ih i 1 rt cl-*cti in i nd -. fc the tvo by-olociono th tbhuom nt h'\e been a considei b'enumb l oi ,ot'- loat which resulted ^lom ^lo '-m i ch n --ing their lesn't nee it ?i n i-roj o-cd undu tho b...
NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
NARROW ESCAPE. Last week ono of tho employees on tho Delegate Estate had a narrow escape from what might havo proved a fatal accident. Tho horao he was ridinpr, which was a ophitod animal, bolted, and rushed headlong into i- gate and foil over. Tho gato in an exceptionally strong one, rnd to give r.ome idea of tho force which tho animal came against it, ho burst it; through without breaking it. Fortunately noithcr horao nor rider wcro hurt.
Melbourne Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
.II©l)©Miie €aM© 'IMasisei-v \-t\ Fat Catixe.— 1120 wore yarded on Wed neaday, compnaing 250 froMqwr South ' Wales, 520 from the north-east and the igoulburii Valley diatriota, 1 50 £ rora - iGippsland, 100 from the Westward/and ?the ronmndor from tho north-western districts and paddocko near Sown. All-'V-:- luauuesropresentsd, witn a full propor- ' tion of prime heavy weights. The ! demand was brisk throughout at improved :?; rates For medium and light weights, ot which the bulk of tboiaupply con^ - «i^od,-pnoes ruled about 10« higher. ^. iTimo peiJB of bul;oolw,-£8 fi^to £10 2s. 2a 0d, according to weight ; odd lot*, to ': :' tU «?od'5 5a to £8; middling, £0 ? to £7 ; infunor and %k-er, £mm £iUfl . 'r ?lost pens of cows, from £5 10.-.- to £G V £3d15seC°nd' £4 108 t0 £S ' otiiera toQ r^f' C':lrn~*° penued- whic'n' sblH^: readtly at -full prices. ' Prime, 60s to 00s. Wl smaUSOa-to 40s,; others from 10s '??? ? 'A :?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
Jji Ju Hi ^br A. J... JCi ?- GENERAL STOREKEEPER: „ -'V ? : ? ? ? ? — ^ - *\ - -*.-:? - T -1 * . ' ' 1 : ;v(EstabHshed 1875.) : £ - -'- - ... v^ ' ' , \ i - ^ * * , ? ~ , - '__ - , - ' 'A LARGE* AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP DrapiBi^r,' Grocery, Ironmongery, &c., .''''''/ TO- CHOOSE 'FROM. - ?- * Only Pirst-class Goods kept in Btbck. * ? / ,^Bipr AM BEAD THE 'AKGTETSo9 -Four ShiMngs per Quarter in Advance, 1 ? / '?- - ' ' v SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE. \ r * - ./.:'V.tL|E-CSM»K BROS. ' ' ^X ,l ,*' ?' HAVING POSITIVELY DECIDED TO , ' ?'. ?:-'.-CD^B%; THEIR BUSINESS^ . 'i, J'' ^ , , / t'V\ Shortly, -are now offering v y - y THE I ;%Hd5CiE OF THEIR STOCK - Prices Never Pefo^eiKnown ^^in Deleg;ate. V'1' js. ^' ,Jr?-lf,-^:V--'?^: -^ '- ''' 'l\T.' '^'^ '!'''*:- / ^*''5i/J''i^V'™^l«s STRICTLY CASH. ' v ' ; ' ;;. ANY GOODS \ PURCHASED DURING SALE NOT RETURNABLE. '.. ?;? ? s ? ; ? = ? ?; . ' REMAINING UNPAID OR NOT SPECIALLY ARRANGED FOR LEGAL PRO CEEDINGS WILL BE TAKEN -WITHOUT FURTHER NOTI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
and -jv^;:r-':;^ ^??'f;-;-:- ~ STJLL KEEPS THE _L3EiiJy)\V;;:;C ' ^ 'TTN returning/ thinks' to , v ssi (5^k -'- fe*B 'o^y CnatonwrB eZZCW&r and tho general publio for 'j^-^rf^ to Dtato that' ho has pur ''TO ?l iar ^ chased a large: .stock/ of B'^ra»% Tronmoneoryj also Bozgy '^?i-¥J^aS'0- P'-l83 and Shftf(fe.';y.rniact,.i i-^SV b iriM*'|^^ pvorytbinif connected with ^^/T= ?Sfcw-$j the trade kept in stock j ^RkSJgLt-?' ALL WOBET QUAEAN^ TEED and dono oa the Shortest Notice and at Chpapest Ratos. '^ j - Wo Boys employed, go that you cnn depend .:':??. ???.- on your ?hpreea being , well aad.c^o*tiUy.Bho(3. i: Kfe- '^^ff^ESISES to re'hirn 'ttmnbs tc- tho; re'ai vS^j'.?.;;;.: JO? dents of ?DBlesiate' and suKOnndinff vKi;^ : S;; -idiAt-iot 'tec the liberal support accorded him' ;V',. ':::-'-;; ; :i flinco opening -n business bora, and reminds ;H-i:':^;,.^'v yiBiro-s and otu--rn '-that fch& Hotel rrill be i vi._ ;L;: :i-)r,n(l a realty --flr-r-'cU-ia ono,: tatvino; ov*f,v :?...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
To \\h I xtont ti-j t'ii' r-'£ponniL)ilitif'i if . -(!\« Gfivcrnino t aifcct tho uneraplojoil ? i.i/Hght it to let tlicra starvo ? Oupht it to i t\h& them work? Or ought it to to apportion ta\fUion that tho iutcii'-ts and enterprise of. tho moniod section of tho iom-nu itj- t-hould prompt them to ini moiT--]y inoreire the amount of Gmploj mont which they aro offering P At present iranionoo ouma oJmonoy aw h ing idlo in tho hanks, and of ao little use to ?'. the individual activity of the community an if they wero buried in a hold in tho ground. Tho people whom the monoy ought to emplcy are idlo ; the money which onght to employ them ib idlo ; tho land on which Ihej' oiifijht to bo emploj-ed ib idlo too. The Premier haa naid that no ono willing to work ahall bo allov/ed to starve. But, a-3 a matter of fact, tho public, both in town and country, arp infosteu by sturdy vagrants, for whom no work can bo found, and who simply pray on the Hott est hearted peraono they can find. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
f teete AEevolutioninpentistry.,, *EiSTH TEETH ? ^ / ', ? * ' -r \ ;- , TEETH teeth A COMPIETE^ET ©I? TEETH FROlfrONE CHJINEATEETfl TEETH ' \ ?' * ' ' ? '' ' ' , ^ ' TEETH - .TEETH ' °',,... .,®fl ? , ? '.. ? ^ TEETH SURGIC&L OFESZ&TOm ®F SYDNEY, ' ,nu TEETH'i '\ . , WILL , VISIT THIS DISTKICr , ? TEErH TEETH ^or the Convenience o£ hiu Patients and the Public. TEETH ' ' ' TEETH ' TEETH Mr. S ifinco 'a Economical Syntnm offera tho following fidvantQROn :— . TEETH jjj^oiafoiy Po.iil^ i Trnitmont. No TJnnecoim. y Extraction. Perfect find '' _,„„_. Porman'oac Lifo-hho App ur^nc-. Special Soft Palate j foe Tender Qume.^EBTjj TEETH '? v : ~~ ? ??' TEETH Cy'r I'iT7u~'j L)23rj/i71Jr135~'T2'Iiro ' TECTH 310PPINg's-\\LLW. rn.i REGULATING TEETH. TEE1H bPIVIALI 1 Y . Gold --nd o her IMhnRC. TFFTH TEETH piV0^( Cr H7U, nail Bn-lg--»orl: in all tho latent1 find boat improvements at tho mo t modc:ato ch-M^c I. TEETH All rcoth piirliD ly i!~»rl by ntmoiphi -io on^rioD. ITivo Yearn wa...
Delegate Police Court. SATURDAY, OCT. 26. (Before Messrs. D. Rankin and D. Camp-bell, Js.P.) LARCENY OF WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
fl&elegafce Polnc© €©Mt. . ; ? .?;? -SATURDAY, OCT. 25. ' ? , (Before Messrs?. D. Ilankin and D. Camp ? bell, J...P.) - ;..V Lahcejjv op Wool. George -Mdhrav (an aboriginal) was onarged, on tho iuforjnati'in of the man-V agor of iho Delegato station, wita aieni iug a bag of wool, tho p'oporty of the station. . ... . Koberfc DMrcy deposed ; I am the nsanu,ver of the Delegate stati- n : - I . nover authorised the acpused, or any other pariiou, to take wool out of any ot ? the Htation p.iddock.j ; I value tho wool at.6;rd per 1b, George S&utuhbury deposed' ;.,-!. -am Senior-couatJib.l.) of Police, otatioued at' Delegate- izan\. inforxiatica .rocfaived. on tko 25th, It in cwp ;y with Constable Keating, prououded co . Omigie ; utw tlio uccuced there ; asked him whore he g6f/ the bag of wool tnat he sold to Ai'^.: Wong ; he replied, ' I found it along th|T :??? road.' Asked him on what part ol tuo - road he found it; ho sai(\^^i;l)'Arcy'8 paddock at Green CreoIiF;.I then a...
The Cricket Field. CRAIGIE v. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
The Cricket Fieldv - CRAlGIE-v. BOMBALA. The above teams met on ' Our Boys' wlcltot, Bombala, on Saturday last. The day was very unpleasant for cricket, a strong westoily v»ind s\,vopinfr' right ocro&Q tho ground. Mr. A. Bellcham bets captained ' Ou? Boyo,' whilot Mr. II. A. 'Watson did a like oorvico on be half of Craigio. Bomb,»lr. won tho to?h oud cent thoir opponents to tho wickets. J. M'Gairigal opened bowling on Con nors from tho southern cud. Ono t-yo, ono to Kebby, and Connors wickot fellio tho last bowl of the over. 1—0 — 2. Mahonoy took tho placo of Connors, and Kebby cent Beuzeville for 8 off hir, fifth ball. A maiden over to M'Garrigal, and Beu2ovillo'o firafc bowl of nest ovbr took Mahonoy'o leg. stump. 2 — 0 — 5. Ford, camo nerit, and mado ono oft Beauzoville, Kobby 2. Ford two tdngleo, and ono more to Kebby, when a splendid catch by P. Jonas off M'Gsrjigal decided hio fate. 3—7 — 11. Ono byo, and Ellia, v.-h - followed, lost hio wicket to Beuzoville. A — 0 — 1...
DISTRICT NEWS. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
. 'DISTRICT NEWS. ' ' I' (PROM Otra C0RRK9P0NDKN1B.) BOHBAIA. Ok Tuesday, the 52nd ult., a rifle match \ftxB held at Cathcart, Mr. P. O'Noil, of -the Shamrock Hotel, being the promoter. The day was evidently — an far ao tho ?weather wib coneerneu— very suitable to / the sport, n« some very good scores were put up. Mr. L Di%orji, of Wyndham, onot Bpu»naiaiy, getting, witn am nauai cap, a total of 70, ono poiut moio than it was possible for tho ccratth men to get. Of course Di'vcrji \7on, but I thinly it would be fairer to limit tho facoro off the rifle and give icrrteh men c chnnco at nuch coutcj u Meuui i. Manufleld, Beck, and J Tieines tied fur rocond place, and in tho ihoot off Mi'nbhcld won. A great number oi vifaitoi ?- attended the match, co that tho promoter muut jhave done a good day's bunineuu. A concert; in aid of the R.C. Church funds was held at tho School of Arts in , tho evening, followed by w dwicj. j= Both these ovents v»eri- c gre it bucc.v -, finan cially at an^ i-i...
EXTRA MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
EXTRA MAIL. Fnoir ropresont-itiona marte to ub. if appears that our friondn at W llondibby nre put to preat incin«e')ienco by the day fi^od for tho run- ing of the mnil between hero and that place. The mail lenves Dplejtato for Corrowoncr on Wod ne-nay, iTiciay ana, Sunday, Wo 'npsday's mail only poinfr on to Wollondibbj'. From wliat v^e enn learn, a largo quan tity of corrpspondenco passes thrnuph tho Wollondibbv Ofiico. What tho resi dpntq desiro is that tho mail which leavos Dolpfjate for Currowong on Sundays should go through to WoUondibby Post Office), thus giving them an additional mail a week, or if only allowed ono ranil ?perwook ihar tho day bo chanp-ed to Saturday or Sund«y. As fine extra dis tance to bn trrvollcd on Sundavo would only bo como ri:- or rovon miloiJ, and would probably bo done at v nioilornto advance on tho pic ?cni cojuract prico, if an agitition woio r,oi up end. tho mnttcr piopoily loprcentod, thiou/yh tho member for tho 'isfrict, %.'o ro.'-l 'hat thoio w...
A Black Gin's Fatal Blunder. COMICAL, YET TERRIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
A-' Slack &9§ 'W®M IMiifc ? COMICAL, YET TERRIBLE. A grim exemplification of tho deneo in tellectual opaqueness of the Australian ahoriginals ia reported from Louth. A few da3*o ago, Mro. Newman, wife of a local homestead lesoeo, engaged a black gin to work about the house'; The dusky abi-ail had taken a bucket of ' boiliW ?wa tor oft tho firs, and while sho went .outside for a moment '? Mrs. Newmnn'o youngest daughter, a child between 'Wo and threa. years of age, pulled, th'o.bucket over, tho boiling water : scalding tho child's legs, and portions of heribody, in a terrible manner. The littlo Dufiei^r's Bcroams; brought back the black gin, .who with|fche £U icklieaded;impulsiv6i(QS3 which pharabterJRea her race,' promptly dumped the child into a, iub of cold^wateri there by inflicting .tho inost. agonioing ravul eiona of torture, ?. The ylcfcim'a sufferings cdntiuued for fivo .day a, when thoy wore £erci£ijily:'e'n.d6d'ii'''4e'atli.-''' . '.
DELEGATE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
BEILKGAIPS EuWBE, Is the first copy of ihe Ap.ous the ques tion waa aMked ' if there wao any reneon why .tho Dolegato River people ohould not have a mail eorvico.' Well, an far ao I can ceo there ia ao reason whatever. There io no gninaaj-iiig tho fact thar, ther- io ouiiiciont corrospondenco to and _fr -m Delo/jata River to entitle thorn to a mail at lea&t ouco a %veek. Thero are a great many peopla settled about hero now, and tho number appoarr, to be gradually cwolling, and I t'eel confident that if a tally wcro taken, it would' be found that aa grout p. number oi peoplo would bo accommodated by c. poafi oiKce at Delegate River ao at either Bendoc or Bonang. I baliovo that a meeting v/aa called recently for tlio purpose of agitating for a weekly mnil via Wulgulmrran-j, but was allowed to lape'a, owing1 to no ono putting in an appearance.- But v/hj*, I asli, do vro want a ceparato mail to come thiough Wulgulraerung ? Why not havo tho present mailman pasa through hero in go...
SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
SCHOOL PICNIC. Tni: date for holding the annual picnic in connection with th(- Dologato Public School, has boon fixed for Friday, Stb. Novembei. Wo trust that one and all will ronder n ready and willing asnist onco, and endeavour to mako tho picnic ' 1 Huccensful and onjoj-ablo one. The picnic will bo followed by a dance in the, evening, in the Assembly Hall. A general meettng in connection with tho 1 samo is convened for to-mor/ow evening (Thursday), at the school. '
GEEGOLOGICAL LECTURER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895
' GEEGOLOGICAL LECTURER. Tnr following lettor, tlatod 21st October, received from tlio Department of Public Instruction by Mr. G, W. Hammond, has been handed uo for publication :? — ' Sir? — With reference to -ho potition, dated 14th ultimo, requesting that Mr. Cuiran, geological lecturer untlor thi^ dopart monl, may vieit JJologfits, I am directed to inform you that the Minister of Public Instruction cannot acccdo to the lpquest, hsa tniisrh ai Mr. PiMjiin'o tinio being already- occupied, thoro is no probability ! of his being.able to -raBit that placo in the near future, The application wil^( however, bo borno in mind --hould nn opportunity' for a \i-iifc ? ccur when dwe , notice will be sent to the petitioners. — J. ' Gibson-, for Under Seorot iry,' /