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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

LEOPOLD WEISSBERGrER, By ROYAL AUTE0RITY M A.NIT7 ACTUREE OP CIGARS, And the Original Tobacconist in Goulbum IS THANKFUL- to ths Publio for the lost firs year'it Putronuue. jj.W. is contitiii'iily keeping the Best Imported Qualities of American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4s. per lb# , Out Tobacco, Leaf and Negrohoad, from Ss 6d. per lb; Home Pressed Tobaccoes, from 2t>. Cd. per lb. Americau Sulk Suulfs, plain Mid sceutod, Cd. par ouncp. Imported and Hotne-made" (from imported leaf) Cifc»i*t fr(>m 10s> PBr I00; Real McercliiiUm Pipes, plain and carved, ((Vom to 45s. eaoli. imitation Meercbaum, plain und .carved, at low pricas. Wigzel Sour Chorry, Briar, Myall, and Boss rout Pipes, amber and horn bits, plftiu and carred, from Cd, to 6s. each. .A variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipes, Jd. to 6d, eooli. And au Assortment' of Smokers' Requisites too nuniorous to mention. Both give a call, and a trill solicited. Wholesale and Retail for CASH. (ST As the holidays are Coming the...

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

WhB'''HPMEBUSH:' SALES.. Pat Cattle.--2050 head ' were , sold this; week,. 1000.on Monday, and the balance on '.Thursday^' the'lots' > forward" comprising a larger proportion than usual;' Prices werei ^fir&'er, alia .best1 beef -realised 15a per 100 ibs';' otlier' q'unlities, (from , 9s upwards. Messrs. Pitt, Son,^and. Bhdgery sold 167' /bullooks- (Turner's), ,at- £6 3s ; 170 bul ^opks'(Piallaway),' at. £4 12s 9d ; 142 -4bul !^Io*oks-(Smart's), at £4 Os ,2d; 21 bullocks (Sbjppl^y's),; at v £3 .17s 4d ; 56 mixed .(Mooneiy's), 11 cows (Shippl'ey's), at £213s 20 cows .(Holt's), at £6135 ; 147 cows (A.' A. Co.'s), at1 £2 16s; 79 cows (Smast's), at £3 2s,-(", and>. sundries. Messrs. Maiden,' Hillj'tind Glark sold .185 cows, for. Messrs, SVBooth and Oo., Telloraga,> at £3 lis 4d j 195>* bullo(jlts,i for, A. D. Wiseman, Mooraby; ,aqk £4:l$s.2'd.i 'Messrs. ..^Vijkinsqn,,Grav<?s| ,and: Lavender sold 211 ;cows for Mr. A. Gl Brook, Go6ndoobline,to. £4 2s, averagi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. 'G, J FAEM P110DU0E. . SYDNEY, SATURDAY. At the railway station, Darling1 Harbour, during- 'tb$ week, 'there,, has been a fair supply of forage and 'produce from the various''districts on 'the Western and Southern lines. The attendance of buyers tyafe; moderate, and the market ruled rather auty." .Oaten hay, in bales, sold from 4s to 4b; lQd ; in truss, 3s 8d to 4s 3d, in bundle, 3s 6d to.:4fe; lid per cwt; lucerne bay, in trUss, !3s fid to 4s per cwt; straw,good clean samples in!.bales, 2s 5d to 2s 9d ; in bundle, 2s 7d to 2s lOd per cwt; oaten chaff in bags, 4s .f(9d; .per*cwt, 'bags included; in bales, best, 4s Id to 4s 9d ; inferior, 3s 6d per cwt; mixed chaff, in bales, 3s 5d to 4s 3d ; cut^traw,V'i&.bale, 2s lOd to 3s per cwt; wheaten- hay-in bale,4s, in bundles 3a lid, and in sheaves 2s 9d to 3s Id ; wheaten nndfoaton hay, in bnndles'3s 9d. in bales 4s pjrt; potatoes; 3s to 4s ?d;;. swede turnips^ 2s 2d to 2s 7d per cwt, tags " in clusive ; pumpkins, 2s li...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAD AND FATAL OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

SAD AND FATAL OCCURRENCE. ON Sunday, Mr. A. M, Betts, coroner for the district, proceeded to, Gundary,'and there held an inquest touching the cause of death of a.'young: man named Benjamin Beddoe, the news of whose doath had been brought to Goulburn on the night previous^ The particulars of the case maybe gathered from the evidence taken at the inquiry, all of which we give below John Beddoe deposed : I am a carrier and live at Gundary; the deceased, whoso body the jury and coroner have just viewed, was my;brother; he was 25 years of ago and unmarried; yestorday morning I Sdnt him to Goulburn with the dray and team of four bullocks; he should have reached home again about seven o'clock; as he had nut come up to eight o'clock I started in to Goulhurn on foot to see if I could meet him; alter going' along'the road about four miles, | and at a plaoe near-a. oulverfc, X found his body lying on tho main road right on the track ; he was quite dead, and was lying full stretcti on his back ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr. Rodd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Death of Mr. Rodd. Many of our readers will regret very much to " loam that Mr. Barnstaple Robertson Rodd (of tlie firm of Bait, Rodd, and Purvcs, auctioneers,) met with a fatal accident while riding to bis residence at Ashfield, early on Sunday morning. Ho left town by the latest train on Saturday night, and, after a dall at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. W. R, Robertson (sen of Sir John Robertson) he started to ride home at about 1 o'clock, He was accompanied by Mr. H'enry Griffiths, collector, as far as the North Road, when he started to cantor up the hill. About half-past six o'clock in the morning Mr. Rodd was found lying insen sible on'his face .in the roadway,"about 100 yards from his house, having apparently been thrown from his horse. He was taken home and seen by Dr. Jones about? lialf-an hour later, but he never regained conscious ness,' and died, about 10 o'clock yesterdoy morning. The presumption is that the librse tripped and threw Mr. Rodd. He was in the hab...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Bermagui Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

The Bermagui Mystery. 81 The Ihyerell,Argus;of last Saturday con tains thefollowirig.extraordinary statement : -"From an.authoritative source we loam that the' Bermag'ui -mystery- is unravelled. The polico are in possession of,facts that con vince them of'Jhe murderjof1 the whole p^rty by aiGorman who .w.asi mixed up in tho affair and who'iwas.sirice disappeared; '.y They have njao'a clue to his whereabouts)' so that; j-sy.e shortly Jaojja to see the'ends of justioe mot."

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Strange Deception. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Strange; Deception. ? ,./'^&7Adelihi^e;'telegrdm says r "A' remark able oocurrence. licia'; just boeri J MjioftGd'> as .having taken plaoe at Bungaree,,near 01qr£, a day or two ago.1 Two' workmenL-niimdd Russell and Godfrey quarrelled and hadja etand-up fight.- Russell knookod Godfrey down,' and' sotno companions {ihduoed the latter to protend that-he was dead, whidhj he 'did'. ''Ho; was then covered' over with ja tarpaulin,/and itho. (parties to the deception 'told llussoll that the man he bad been 'fighting with was dead.- Godfrey fell aslefep under th'eitarpa'dlin/ .and1 the1 others retired* tof thoir.tpnta. Kussell in the middle of tpo' nighit lit a. number blvcand.les.rau.# placed them round, the tarpaulin,;after ^fbioh- he :began praying.for.the. adult of,'the;dpad m^n. The prayers finished, he rolled uphisi.Bwag and sleared'out. ' Ho'-has.'not since bojen .heard of." . ; i

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Sale of Stud Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Sale of Stud Sheep. At Messrs. Morfc and Oo.'s sale of etud shoep the pricos this year ranged from £0 G/ up to £G34 per head. The sales made on account of Mr. A. Lucian Faitbfull, of Q-oiilburo, wore:-Viscount, 8-tooth-Thos. ;Lo<?, 41 guineas; Prince, 8-tootb-W. Ryan, 41 guineas; Colonel, 8-tooth Onarles Burnsi 2G guineas ; No. 33, 6.-tooth -J. H. Hsad, 20 guioeas; No. 015, 2 Itooth-J. H. Head, 13 guineas ; No. 016, 2-tootli-Mr. Fagan, 12 guinea* ; No. 017, 2-tooth-Mr. Harte), 15 guioeaa ; also, 7 hogget ranis-Mr, Head, at 6 guineas each.

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Charge of having Unsound Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Charge of: having'Unsound Meat; >! J At the Brnidwood polioe court, on Wedr nesday lasVA'ntliohyvVidbr' was oharpedjon ' i'nf'ormatidnt with having' mutton'in his pos session intended for., human food,,"olid whlioh^ .. was not fit to be used as suoh.-^Seiiior-cpn stabie Hurley* deposed to having been she(wn 1 [jy Dr. Llewollyn a'-oooked lop of mutton,, .which' ^app'oarWi^to' have qh^ab£be's6Von it,' ' but the^ matter-1 iiad Hribd up ; when Jthe 1 dobtbr put o"lchife into it congealedblood J oozed out of it; /.witness did not notice any j .b^d:sfflell:(from..its^8onjor-coostable.Traoy 1 dojpbsed- tty.tyaving^g'ot the1 mutt'oa1 from a 1 ¥tiUWil I man named Benjamin-Doniocan, and taken it to Dr, Llewellyn for inspection.-William Burke deposed to the effect thai lie bud had a leg'of. mutton supplied to him by defend ant, and that when cooked, and cut on the dinner table a lot of " stuff" came out of it,; witness and bis wife could not use it, but Domacan ate some of it aud afterwards...

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Appointments by Government. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

. Appointments by Government, i ! Mr. John II. Carter, telegraph proba tioner at Yass, has been appointed junior operator at. that place.-Distillery' inspec torsSub inspector W. 0. Casey. i to be inspector for the town and. distrtct of Wagga, Wagga, vice Medley. ? Acting subf inspector P. Lyons ' to be inspector ' ^for' 'femora and district.' - - ' j;

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No Small-pox After All. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

No Small-pox After All. . It is.a relief to the public to find that (lis rumours of two bases of small-pox being amongst the Chinese; at Cle^r Hills was false. Dr. Gentle visited.the place, on Sun day; Inst, but, saw. pnly, two .disgustingly Healthy Ohinnmen without any 'ailment except a little over-oorpulenoe. '3

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LONDON. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

? i'. t > , - LONDON.;1 .. SUNDAY. ! At the OtlottttRivsr regatta- eight,, started, the result bo,ip^f-fBoss firBt/.Gtander second, Hosmer" tiilrd Tiieliet .whs sixth,'"being''ex hausted ? >Twelye thousand "persons were present) and a watch was presented' to .the umpire.'!'-' v.; v d !,;\ ?/> , , : ;,|At tlib'Hnrilian banquet given by the Lord Mayor of^London the_ Prince of .Wales ? was? ptosGht; !. audi;i'a ,-itbj^ryspeeches made ! .tjie, colonies were much eulpgiaed. t.;It | ja f expected that, tlie landlords \yijl. monopolize die. advantages tq/bpi'grtifl'ed'.by 'the reduoBcl(v.ents<:r..'.: tu.i , ;}nM-W 1 The Cork labourer are organizing for a strike.' : /:n 'Imvi,-; 1 ; 'A1 fast day has been.'proclaimed !in! Kbn-1 i tuc'ky. for the t purpose.. of,) prn^in'|j; 'for J tb^.; < recovery., of .J?residbni G-arfieldi jIji'-jiai'.b'e^, liovrid' thutihis complete., recovery is >only. :a" question of time he. continues ^t'o1 'eat';aud' sleep1 well. One h...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Parliamentary; ' .The sitting:'..of tlio. Legislative''Assembly on .Friday nwas' .but ,a short'*t/ttfro'.1.. Somja motions wero uakea as fbrmal motions, nnd the third reading of the Sydney^ Hospital Bill, taken/up at the stag© it was loft .when tbe prorogation took place last session', was toia'd"the third ;tim*6v . 'The- Hospitalsf'Aot Amendment BiH'was' read the second'' tiifle, and ; itakon - through' committee;?..andc 'the Ohallenge in ^Misdemeanour Bill was read the second time,, ,and . taken,, through ( com mittee <pro forma,j

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MELBOURNE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

MELBOURNE MONDAY. , j Thebody of Mr.'Robert Roberts; ox-mayor . of.VFtibtscray, , who' had been missing'.' ior ! eoinSi tiuiie, baa been fouad ia thu Salt Watof ' River. It is belioved Mr. Roberts wus, nbpi-j , dentally drowned. .-j ; The trial of Henderson, Wallace, and Wright fpr'tlxo E^rretp ca'ie oonspiracy oom meuuB^Jo-day; . ... . .

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Accepted Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

Accepted Tenders. '. Tlie tender of Messrs. Pbillipson' atid' Oranston for erection of public school build-, inps at Mulleng'ullenga lias been accepted by the Government, Also that of Messrs|.i Falconer and Falconer ' for. erection of tv' weather-shed at Oullengu public; school!;] and tbdt of Mr; 'A. Davis for erection of | publio soliool buildings at Oockle Greek. J .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER VII—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

3E5jL.3ujcs£«r ?w'TrwrEsrie. CXRARIER VII.-CONTINUED. E^N t|3ie periodical outburst of gaiety had no effect'iip'dn the e\eu tpnour of Ellon Wynne's life. Her uncle's house stood just beside the town-p-a ilarge, square, dull, red-bricked boWey ^witb one 'square stone step in the front of it, and a brass knocker on the whity brown door. Evidently intended to bo a home in tbo middle of the town, occupied by the'lawyer or tbe doctor, or some such im portant ^functionary, and which had per versely stepped out for a stroll; and, think ing better of it, bail decided upon going no further, and taking up the position that it then oocupied. There was a large square garden behind it, filled with fruit and Holers, and; large'shady trees; and there Ellen used to walk, iand, think about Frank Scorrier, arid- wonder what would bo the result of the attempt .which he was then making to. establish' bimself in Australia. She had not much doubt upon the matter, for hoi* belief in Fraok was most unbound...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

, , , Wanted, KNOWN that from $^u|^i'000,may,Jio obtained ., on gQotl.aeb.mity.'Apply id W. liUTLAND, ,£i$tibi}'ioiY Australia^ v.i i')....; Mill' 1..'./JTenders..-. ... \\J ILL' bo'leioiv'e\l' by"tKb C6mmittbe';6f' the ,/iVy . ..Mcclmnioa' Inatituto up till TUESDAY, JtlLY26TH,'lit l'iZo'fcloblij'fortlitf CONSTRUCTION "O'P 6'i5rf^PITS,'L)ItAlNiNQ',;&b:,nat: roar of'pw, misea, tlio plan nud spbblflb*tion' (of1 %i)ib'h'ban-1 bo seen oniapiilioation^ft-'.' a c-« irj .. ,E; 0. MANFRED, ,7; rvvv Vva;y, ty:> '.f'?'}l,tect' : .,"0 ,,, TCIMlCl'S ,.u , : ARB invited fir'the EREO'flONOP;'.A YILL^I AT-ftlAXTON, for A. S: OfJISHOLM, ifiS:q., Drnninga, Ac., can^o obtained from tho Arolii teot, to whom Tundors'Caiio to bo delivorod at 12! o'clock on TUESDAY. 2N,D AUGUST. . [ j, < B,' 0. MANFRED, j 'i r ^ Architect. . ]¥«|ticc. , WE aro nboqt. to".pommencfi our Anmial JStuck-tiikihsaiiii ledger llulnu cing, and will "^uai** grebtly otiliued to our ouatuiuers-ifjtboy nwUI kind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 July 1881

CBOOKWELL. T. H. PROSSER CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Pure Drugs. Palent Medicines, Perfumery and Fancy Goods. STATIONERY M» TOBACCO ' (Genuine Amorican) ENGLISH LEVER &' GENEVA WATCHES AND ' ]IaIl»marJked Jewellery. HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY PRICES (with cost of carriage added). HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. : AGENT FOR Intercolonial Life and General Assurance .A-SSOOI-A-TIOISr. AGENT FOR Southern Argus and Goulhum Herald. N.B.-Files of the abovo Papers and S.M. Herald and Sydney Mail kopt. WARD AMD PAYIE, SHEFFIELD, Again carry off tie Honours ! Thoir SHEEP-SUEARS and EDGE-TOOLS stand AV. ffiELBOVME XSXIfllHTIOir. THE coricct numbers iiro tho long-colebrated No. 3S. tlio Polialiud All.Stool No. 76 (single Bow), and the Polished All-Stool No. 88 AS(Doud1o BOWJ Shoars. Imported by all tlio leading Murohants, ALBERT S. MANDERS AND CO. (Lots GRANT, Mandkbs, & GRANT), Press, Telegraphic, Advertising, and Commission Agency, 91, LITTLE COLLINS-S...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVf LLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.J SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. IN the Assembly to-day, the Hospitals Aot Amendment Bill passed ils third reading. Mr. Pigott's bill, to enable defendants to give, evidence on their own bebalf in all cases in which magistrates are authorised to exer cise summary jurisdiction, was road a first time. Mr. W. Tcece is now moving a resolution for the discontinuance of fees in Public 8ohools. At the. Commercial Bank mooting to-day, the profits for the half-year wore stated to be £79,031 ; a dividond of 25 por oent. waB docl«red, and the reserve fund increased by £10,000. Nearly £11,000 were carriied to the credit of next half-year. Mr. Frederick Wolls of the Works De partment has boen appointed acting-com missioner and engineer-in-chief of Roads and Bridges during the absenoe of Mr. Bennett on leave. The steamer Ocean will be released from quarantine to-morrow. A' grand luncheon was given on board the Ootopaxi to-day, to celebrate the fir...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

LATEST BY GABLE. ' '(From th» Sydney' Herald.) LONDON, July 17. TnE' weather whioh is being experienced throughout England i» 'checking ' wlieat buyors. _Itiaj.eipeotod.jKat; ,the landlords-will monopolies the' advantages to be gained by the reduced rent's: The Oork labourers are organizing for. a, strike, i. Arrangomen(s are being made for a. grand roview of tho Volunteer .troops, to be held in Sootland. " "?' : '? V NEW YORK, July 16. , Haat. almost unprecedented in severity has prevailed .for some time past throughout the Vailed Statas., The number of deaths' from Sunstroke; exoeedB that of any previous year. Puring'th'e last few' days no.less. than 550 deaths from,this cause have,been, reported. V v ? ' LONDON, July 16. 1 Grejitheat of a,tropical oharaoier.is being 03?porieripad throughout the British islands at the present time, ; . Pabis, July 16. The Idlest '? advices from Sfnx report that thp bombardment of that towift by the French fleet,stilly continues, and the 'inhabitan...

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