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Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

Insolvency: A slntrln meeting in (ho insolvent patito of Owen O'Neill was enllod in the court-hoUBe, ftoulbuin, on Monday, before Mr. "Voss. Mr. Cnrtur appeared on behalf of the creditors, and ashed to have the mooting adjourned to tho gaol. as insolvent is a con finesT therein : 7 Mr.""Davidson oppoBnd the application. The bphch.'w.flB not flwaro' ihat the application could be granted. Mr. Oar Wor th«i.applied forJ..a^^QQmponmeiit^of the roopting for a day, Mr. Davidsnn wbs not willine: to have it postponed, end said that in such case he would be entitled tf» profes aional rost*. After having consulted the Acts bparing on tho point, the bench decided to grant the adjournment for a dBV on con dition that a fee of two guineas wore paid in-one guinea-professional fee, and one guinea fnr the commissioner. Mr. Carter could not assent to the stipulation, TI(o mee'ing was then proceeded with. . Mr. Davidson stated that ho appeared for the insolvent, who was unable to attend, as be was und...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

MARRIED.       HINGERTY—MARTIN.—Married at St. Columba's C.C., Cootamundra, on Sunday, 12th June, 1881, MARCELLA, youngest daughter of Mr. John   Hingerty, grazier and innkeeper of Cootamun-   dra, to JOHN MARTIN, of Lagoon Creek, near Cootamundra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

?J ( SlLpATO-STBEETri . CS- O TXlX. Et TJ 3E& 3SST . ,eav,' a Jji-O ? ? T> EOS respectfully to inform the inhabitant# ;of (jJj'i Gout hi;ru and surrounding Districts that lie r^fltQp th'osu large end commodious Prcmi6eB in Sloane-street (opposite Messrs. Furner and Sens), now knowtfas th'e 1' '1" -'Ck.iib; \^hereh^ hopes ijy, civility! strict attention to bust DOBS, and keepirignono btit the Very Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, --and Beers, ;j To merit a Bbaro'of'public patronage, ' , \ Ho;u|so beg# to inform tb^m .thpt,;tbrough special arrangements which be lias m'ade', bb'is* enabled ? to guarantee to Travellers "and tbepulilio generally . conducive ,toi their comfort, and is determined ,to &U ViAo : U^TIO^; CMJ W' SI O'ff EX, ,feln.'; feebohd t6 none in the^oit'yi | tm--TaKl )ir<".I /.<: i v ftr Fijst'ClasB Stabling. Charges j' Strictly .! Moderate. .» our,-ajrry :> ...MCOAKLUM, ; .It../ illLJt. l> 1 PnopjlXBTOB. "VIEWS ! " . .THA'J f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

, THB ONLY MUD ALB Awarded to Exhibitors of Watcher at the Melbourne Exhibition wpre Two Gold Onns; hoth wer# carried off by the WALTHAM AVATOII COMPANT, This in a groat achievement for this Company, who cirried off the Only Gold Medal, at'the Svdney KxhtyiUon 1879, tlie Gold Medal Puris 1878, and Four First Prize Medals Philadel phia 1870. ' TwoGor.D MEDALS Awarded AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES-the Only Moduli* Awarded to Exhibitor* of Watchb« at the Melbourne International Ex liibition 1880. All Genuine Waltham Watches have the Trade Mark-" Walthucn, Maes."-engraved on the plate (>f tho Wntch. A1 Wanted, T GILLESPIE'S BOOT FACTORY, YOUNG GIRL to learn the Machining.: Wanted A PUSHING MAN to JOIN ADVERTISER in . a REMUNERATIVE BUSINESS. Terms very moderated Address' Principal, Post-Office, Goulburn. ' * Wanted, A r\ BUSHELS OF GOOD SEED OATS, .dBvl/ not Side Bearers. WM. SANDS: To Let, A HOUSE and GROUNDS at Ifield ; aleo, n XjL .COTTAGE, near Mr. Finiay'a; and wautod to ' purchase. ...

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LATEST BY CABLE. DEPUTATION FROM THE TRANSVAAL. LONDON, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

.LATE ST BY CABLE. J DEPUTATION,,'FROM , THE' TRANS I« YAAL. .....«' i,W . fi. ;-u. ^London,1 June''12;'j A DEPUTATION of Loyalists frpm tho Trans-, vaal> .who raoently left-Natal ,;for England, willi the objoot of laying the grievances of thoir fellow-oountrymon before'her Majosty's Govornmerif, hclSoi rived in London! Lord; Kimberly, J3ecretary of Stnlo for the colonies, has intimate l kbis roadiuess^to 'receive tho deputation, and, an interview will according ly1 ,take(; jplaoe ia the courae of "the jpreaont Vo'elt,;".^ i .. . r., | .' j THE TUNISIAN TREATY. :! - bPAJastfJiiniiAfy ,, t " ,In^cc(ordanoa'.\vi|h (thd rigbisVc6riierre'd'on the Ftfeivuh reiiresentutivoBiat'Tuma by' the treaty.'reoeutly concluded,fM.* Eous|ani Oon 1 sol-General <^aod'':,'obarge^d,affd^BV;.i,hasj Assumed the ontjr'e^ .relations of 'the'3uyr; Mahommed!".Satlok, from.tlio..prp8ent:limo..'.,i-.".j': jv.v.rV.:;, !; j . MASSA.011E . 03? 'AN .ITALIAN'1 EX * ; "PLORING PARTY IN; EGYPT, j _ , . ,r...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

LONDON. : v'» MoNiiA-sr." - Three ' hundred "Fenians ' hBve made .a ;dai'j^g;BtjlieiQapt!itto..>rescue prisoners from Liverpool'gaol. - 'Two warderB first- reoeifcedi the alarm, and,.,being, sufficiently .armed, successfully' resisted the attempted 'rosoue .until.the. arrival'of reinforcements, when the dffonians.retreatecl. The military has amco; been ordered.to, guard the prison. .

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friends of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. THE COLONIAL TREASURER RECANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

flP.TJBXiXSHEP. EVERY MOByriJSrG TrulliJ' ovcr lovely «lrioo tho world began, . ^ ' 'X'lie Too of tyratila and tho frlond of man.-Campbell, './GOULBURN: .WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15? " - THE COLONIAL TREASURER '^^RECAimNa. ^ , t,lT< ' f , . AifrEtt'all, our farmers and millers are not to bosu|)jeolod to tljo unjusfcand bitter humilia tion" wliioh would follow upon'the lnttors', ^deprivationv of tlioir privilege to tender for ^the^supply of flour to the Liverpool Asylum. ,UtThervoicb of. indignation was justly raised .when, the noiioe appooring in the Govern ment Gazette some Bhort date baok| an nounced that nono but Adelaido competitors 11J need'apply. All who'were not'prepared to *'V wink at the most unfair proceedings on the .('/Mi parti'.ofi.iour.'.Govornraenti protested; against I! '!!11"! tlaojaotion of tho1 Colonial Treasurer in thus M'JrlU'I- .»»»'; »; i,,- .; t; ? ji. 1 i;n . i'.*! »"?" . ? *'.n- . 'attempting; to " boycott V Jtho .farmers arid tt'ili^r8;of''-the:colony, a...

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MELBOURNE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

MELBOURNE. ' A Ministerial oauoas meoting>wa'aliQld to-day, and/decided by a. Inrgomujority ,to let the Reform Bill drop.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. At the above court on Tuesday, June 14, before-Messrs. H.H.Vossand-Horsbur^h, the caso of Simson v. Donovan, a claim of £1 5/- for work and labour done, WHS heard. This case had been postponed from last week's Small Debts Court, Mr. Carter for plaintiff, Mr. H. 8. Gannon for defundnnt. Walter Simson deposed: l am a contractor, and was engaged by defendant to do sumo work;' I got the work done for him ; thero was no agreement to the effect that I should fit up his shop for £10 ; it is not true that another person was employed to finish the work which I engaged to do ; there was no contract whatever that I should do the work for £10; £2 5/- was a fair price for tho work done, but as I huve got £1, I now olaim &l 5/. As the defendant did not appear,, there was a verdict of £1 5j- given for the plaintiff, with 5/- usual costs, and 10/- costs of one witness.-An application was made hy Mr. Onrtf r for a publican's license for Thomas C...

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YASS. TUESDAY, EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

YASS. t TUESDAY, EVENING. .Yoktarday the Agricultural Sooisty dBoided to call for froah teud-rs for printing. The fiuanco report was received. TIioj groat - slander oasa, Rowland :T. Campbell1 versus Thomas and Ann Scully; lias occupied the District Court during the whole" of "to-day., Mr. Davidson was forty minutes addressing the jury. .; , .His Honor baa just commenced, to- sum up. ,'He stiid that during his experience of over twentyiyoars on the civil court it was the most painful case he had ever listened to. The |>irl:Koully snid' that plaintiff told her Drs. Davidson ;Bnd , Morton of Goulburn. refused'to'give liim' pills for liur to oause an abortion. ..... .. . . LATEII.!' The jury retired at fivo o'clock, and at half-past - five returned into , court with ,a. verdict*','for ] defendants. The' '.vordibt' wais. received witli applause. -. ,. ,.

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Escape from Disfigurement. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

Escape from Disfigurement. A young man Darned James; Kingsell, brother of Mr., WV Kingsell, of Goulburn, was engaged yesterday at Rome .operations which, for being carried on, required a quantity of melted lend;, and throwing a lump of the metal into a boiler which contained a quantity of lead in a melting stale,:the consequence was; that some of the linry liquid dashed out upon his clothes in several places, causing some slight burns ; but, for tunately, 'his face- escaped, otherwise! he would have been dangerously injured,] or, perhaps, seriously disfigured. j

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. | FROM: OUR OWN 00RHESPON DENTS .J SYDNEY. ; ; TUESDAY NIGIIT. A. GOOD omoimt of cargo bps boun landed during the last few days from tbo Queen of Notion's wre,ok. The NewcBStle Coal Company's miners have resolved to strike unless the difi'oronoe between the masters and men is amicably settled witbiu fourteen days, The following tenders for road work have boon; acceptod by the GovernmentJ. Jennings, contract 2; and D. Sheehan, contract 4-road Goulburri to Binda. = The- Government have; also aocepted Ferguson's tender for additional repairs to the court houso at Orookwell, It is reported"that' Mr. Hoskins is not likely to resume office as Minister for Lands after his reoovery .from illness. About 500 persona wore. present at the Mayor of Sydney's picnic to-day. 1 Topham, - Angus, liarid Coi's; tender i has been accepted for the construction of the tramway from.Oampbolltowu to Camden.

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The New Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

The New Post-Office. The public, will be glad to . learn tliat" the postal business of the city will shortly;' be conducted in the new buildings! whoro there will be every advantage in; the way of| ac comodation for; both the offioials, and! the publio., We understand, that the authorities of the Department have Riven the landlord of.'.-tbe presont post-offlco./premises, {Mr. 'Duncan;* a three months' rioiioe of their in tention to give up the pi nee within that time ; but it is expeoted that within a muoh shorter period the new offices will be availed 'K.:VV> "V'U .....v;:v.; "

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THE BLACK TRACKERS AT GLENROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

THE BLACK TRACKERS AT GLENROWAN. At a meeting of tlio Police Oompiission of Victoria on Thursday, reports a Melbourne contemporary, Inspector Montfort said he had been in the Benalla district since the 4th May, and had inquired as to'tbo require ments lor its defeuce. In the event, of another outbreak the police would be better able to cope 'with' it. to a,certain extent., Considerable advantage would be derivfid., from the employment of black trackers. Had tested the trackers in .charge of,con stable Kirkhatn at Benalla, and. found them never to fail. Hud .tested them to see if thoy could find tracks made purposely, as difficult as possible, and they had never lost the clue, although.on one occasion the trail went on a fence fori a considerable, period',' The conduct of the 'trackers was most exf; emplary, and they were, .very attentive to their duties. They , enjoyed .good,' health, and were paid 5/- a day, finding themselves,' and living in a hut near the barracks. Did not think ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Coopers' Creek News. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

Coopers' Creek News. We learn from a correspondent at Coopers' Greek, Queensland, that- the late season; was the driest they have experienced there since i868.{ Within the last woeli, how ver,a splen did downpour of rain' has fallen,-whiob must truly have been welcome, as fifteen months have elapsed sihoo any had fallen. Things are, beginning to look .up ojat thtre now.. It.would appear there have boon some large' stations changing ,harids ; one, tho Galway Downs, < the ..prpperty. of . Mr. i J. Diiraolt, was lately sold by him to hts.broher, Mr. P. Duraok; for;£20,000; rvlVi r. P. Burackj also boiieht his1^ brqther Michael's one-third share ,of. Thylungra station ,for £85,000. j 350 head of fat^ cattle,'''the-'prirpe^ty/'pf'Messrs. Pippon and Wotiber, Victoria', liave started from Kyabern for Adelaide,,iand niotis of fats the property of. Mess's. P. Durnolr, I Thylungra station; 'and of Mr. , James Scanlon, Springfield station, are also being mustbred tO;be forwarded toT...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then! and wliM'* ilie newt!"-King John. I Dillon won tho hand-ball match against K*l|y. Policemen ore not usually attractive par sons, but, tlmy ure generally "taking." Encouraging pronpects of gold have boen ohtftinm! at Tirrnnna. It is expected that the Berry Government will be reconstructed. -, I Tho t-quHtturs arouudTemora have ceased j rinirlmMung. Tim Reform Bill egg which tho Victorian LeciHlftiruo has been brooding over so long is likely to prove fiddled. A special meeting of tho Goulburn Borough Council will bo held this oven ing. . A sculling mutch has boon arranged be tween John Lay cock and Solomon for £35 a-side. ' A man named Tudor, a tutor in a family near Grenfell, cut his throat in a most detarmined manner on Saturday night. The people are much dissatisfied that only one magistrate has been appointed for Tomora. The Roman Catholic Church, at Temora, which is a fine building, is nearly com pleted, and service is being held in it. ! A wallaby d...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

MASS WILL nR CliCfUiltATfSD AT GOULUUBN DISTIUOT. June 1C-'Thursday (Holiday of Obligation), RyacB ;? vole; ? . 29-Feast of SaintB Peter and Paul, ditto, Gnrrnnduh, ? " 19-Grobben Gulleu, Lninrun, Collector. ,, 26-Tamlga, Marulan, Horo. July 3-Grubben Gullen, Sprint; Valley, Bread altiane, 10-Tar«lgn, LiRirnn. JIummoll. . , . OROOKWELL DISTRICT. ;_.,»Tunp.l6,Thursday (Holiday of Obligation), Lsggan. YABS Ml'SSlOK. Gunning, Sunday, June 19 , Tangmangaroo. Corpus Christo (Day of Obligation), Thursday,'Juho 16 Gundaroo, Sunday, June 26 IHnalong, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

mmimT: ' wmrnvmrnm^ Boys' Baits..... 4s. lid. \ -{.' " " .... . ......,. 4s; lid. " : . 4s. lid. * Boys- Trousers .. . 2Ss. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS; 4s: lid. - i .<.> H AYE THE largest and - Cheapest i Stock OE BOIS' AXI) YOUTHS' CLOmLYG OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS OVERCOATS , \1 ARE .OTEIYALIBI) FOE, % . .. vOVEliuOAib Sb^!opats Quality, Material, and Style. OVERCftM'K oftt'lXTER OTKRCOATS.. various OYERCOAT8 ; Qualities.and,Prices,!.opened this "Weelc, : OVERCOATS comprising MUNSTERS, ULSTEilS, . 0YEROOATS ' , CHESTERFIELDS, &c. ; C)yercoats, , ;;;:v v;;:\ ; . J "WINTER HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. .^YINTEBi : . , : . MEN'S MERINO SHIRTS, from Is. 3d. - ...?. ."HOSI-E'ET ..ABOTIO SHIRTS and PANTS, 3s. Od. TrTT'Tv'Tfi^TTi'o ' i MlfiN'SMI3U1NO PAN i S. fi 0111 .Is. 11 d.,... , WxJN X-JilV' " SHETLAND MEIUNO smitrs'oud PANTS : "C, 1; TBI a *S: ' .CTO'RTR'R.Y fc;'MBN!8 -R1KRINO HALIMIOSfi!, »rom-Od. ' . ^ "^.'T 7. i/,M BN'S 'LAMBSWOOL .iAUMlOSE.fromls. ,Vyl...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

... , WJGEICI/y C-A.X.EjSTID-AJR. ; Diy of Week. SUNDAY ; Monday ... Tiiou'day ... Wednesday. .Thursday... Friday Saturday... Juno 12 . 13 14 15 10 .17 . 18 '7 3 7, -4, ; 7 4 7, 4 7 5. . 7 5 7 5 4 50 4 60 4 CO 4 CO . 4 50 4 50 4 50,. MOON's-PHASE. .,,, Lust Quarter, 19lh Juno, 7.28 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

: COMMERCIAL. FARM PBODUOE. SYDNEY, Monday. J)})'At the railway elation, Darling Harbour, this morning', there was a fair supply of _ t (f^raj?o, and produce forward from the various " districts on tho Western and Southern lines. The attendance of buyers moderate, and J'M prime samples of liay realised fair prices. ? i, Qaten- hey in bales, medium quality sold * at 3/10 ; in truss, 3/6 to 4/6 ; in bundles, 3/6 to 5/1, per owt., No luperno forward, "''Straw, in bales, 2/5 to 2/11; ditto in bundles, 2/11 to 3/2 ; oaten chaff, in bales, 4/9 to 5/'; In bags, 5/3 per owt, bags included ; ontan , ,and Btraw chaff, in bales, 4/9; cut straw, in bales,'2/10 ; mixed chaff, in bags, 3/5 per <' cwt," bags; in ; wheaten and oaten tiay, in bale, 5/- to 5/1; in bundles, 4/2 to 4/3 per ,, r,o;wt; op.(en sheaves, 4/- per owt; potatoes, 3/9' to 4/4*; swede turnips, 4/2 per cwt; pumpkins, 2/7 ; pie, dit'o, 1/7 to 1/9 per dozenj seed oats, 2/5 per bushel. On tlie wharves, to-day,'prime lucer...

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