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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

[?] irEw' ZSAtMTD TOP. [Ktm at Eiccnvton, Chriotchurch, N.Z. November 3, 1900., ' - UZ\ ICOjCGO Balis, at G/3 cacb. -, 3 On all Gctcofs on U'~a run altar XUTG'AIVS' I, 1C03. tho 'j!&,':iT.tl~li't,l OOVnaXTHZlTS E2&:~V -S^X% mn ba ZtL. on oioli C3. SiO'^J, nnd 4.1, on each -10a. SSCEiS?. Oliocta runaS. thoroloro edd thsca cmonata to thaiE iomlttascc3i Xho TASMAOTAW GOVEEmiEKT han AUIHOEIBUD tho TR0STEE3 oi tho catsto of tho Into GHORGS ADA1I8 to carry on thn UOEHSE and conduct tho qwoop bnslncia tmaor Eamo, manasornent n-3 lor covarr.l ycara past. Laredo nioy bo forsrardca throni'h ony PAEOELS DELIVERY CO. dolnn bnolnosa T?lth H0BAEX; or mouoy may bo remitted trhon.Th nn» CA11K In i Aontialanla. ' - . . . - ' Ilor7 Opaa : Eiiu ai yiomlnstoriV Vic, l?07. 0. 100,000 rabs-ct G/2. iC0,060 r.t°C/3 ^Special) -., Brnw:i pn morning of rico. «7.: ? Z: ?;' ? : ?- .,- ' ^i^U I ^xP^mi^Qieoige streets. !'v;; ?||;., jfi' , Kr.silBrviirljiJapoksr 'Cloatero, Herrings. Canadian nl ai-...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Bairnsdale Beer Drinkers. "A DRUNKEN SET OF BLOKES." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

Bairnsdale Beer Drinkers. « A DRUNKEN bET Or BLOKES ' At tlio general noasiono lout weak, bo foro Judge Neighbour, Thomao Mur phy wao charged with robbing Daniel Boallor, a laboror from Orboot, of £5 in notes. Mr. Purvoo, K C. appoarod for tho dofenco, and Mr. Loon pioeo cuted. Tho ovldenco showed that on 20th. August Boulter arrived at Baitnadalo on a holiday with £13 odd zn his poa DosBion, having opont ovqr £2 in two hotolo on tho road. Ha wont to FnynoV Hotel aud otavod thoro, drink ing and pouring liquor into Morphy n'nd othor hangern oil till 0 p.m., when ho and Murphy loft to got a cab to tilio Boulter to nnotbor hotol o mile away. Ou tbo way a Hd nnmoil Crawford ]oinod tho coupio - They put Boulter in tho cab, and ono of tbera robbsd him cf all tho money ho had loft. Both of thorn thon ran uvioj, Thoy were jomod by two \outliB named Benjamin Nunn aud I coho IIealo\. Tbo rjuartet had oov oinl drinka togctbor; and thu two last inentionod woro givon £1 to divido hot ween thorn....

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Craigie. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

^^??^PraigiB*- ;'??'???;:.: '. ' (Fnosi otm CoiinESi-oNOE-W). . ' \Mt U.-JioUeon, -who iiao rocovorcd from hia dttaclc of oppondicitio, ro larncd to Craigio on Saturday loot from Mos3 Volo, whoro ho has pur chased a farm, and resumed hSa oohool tlatioa on Monday. . Tho liumorouo frionrfaof JIfCharlon Stokerf, con., will bo cotry to hoar, ol lhat gontlomaa'o oovoro illncsa. Mr Stohos hadau npoploutio'fit on Sunday nfternoon, and up to tho tiraoof ttrit Sng had not. rogainod connoiouonGas, imd ho is in 0 Very critical condition. Dr. Solialit 3d attending tho uufforcr, ? o ,. ? o Tho momboro oC tho Craigio Brana band woro highly ploasod V7i(h tho Wcoplion accorded to them inBologato en tho -3.iy of tho parndo find oporto, find tboy intend to rovioit Delegate on :a Sanday nftornooa in tho near futuro. It io aleo intendad to vioit Bombala bhortly. . ,. ' .' ' ? ? . . o o A groat treat 10 in otora for tho. vosidanta of Craigio. Mr F. L. Gop Wna haa Tiindly accented to givo on entorlainmon...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Annual Meeting of the Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

Annual Sleeting; of the Cricket Club. us raostinR who hold at tho School i A.rtn on Friday Inct, tho otfondnnco jm email, nnd laoludod Moonro. F. J. .-.toIUoon (V.I'.), Enlwlnlo, Mooro, Coopor, Iiu«Eo!l, BiplinrdcoD, Oko, Uortloy, Button nad tlio Socrotory. Tlio balr.ncs ohcot and report woro rend and adopted, and in movinrj tho adoption tho Chairman congratulated thn Club on lto financial position. Tho balanco ohcot o'nowod recsipta amount ing to £12 13n fld, and ozpnndituro £8 ia Od, leaving a credit balnnco of £4 8n lid. Id Ha roport thocoruraittoo rofrrottcd that tho ccojjfl for flrat-grado cricket viaa co limited, (Ivo rnatchon had boon played, four bolng won and oiio lout, and that by tho narrow mar pin of ono ran, Tiio prcapoclo for (ho prencnt c-oaoon Beamed f;ood an tlicro wcro indications of cavoral firat-grado tennis going ml° *ko field. Tho total number of momliora vran 30, all paid up. Tho .commiltoo had .to thanU Mr. A. H. Jofiroyo for hio anppojf. to thsCIab and hia a...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

NEWS OF THE WEEK. A bifle matoh at Bondoo ia being arranged for an early data. ? ? SheAtiino commmoncod at Bal gownie on Thursday. ' i ' ' ? ' '?''''. .'.?'??? ' . ., . Tun annual mooting bf'tho Bon(loo Jockey Club wjll bo.hold on this 31«t , , J'oif., nt 5 p.m. ..? ';? ,;? Hkavt fro9tB and flno mimraor days. An inoh of roin would bo boaoGoial. On Wodnosday noxt, Mr P. Jonae will offor nt Bondi COO acres oE land, and 310 head of mixed oattto. o o . BoimilA. roquirca an Aldorman in lieu of Mr B. MoTornan, 'who has rcsignod. TEHDEna aro invited for ropairo to tho local school, also froih tondora for repairs otc. to tho court houno and lockup. Lamb marking haa boon complatod on Dfalogato Station. GOOO lamba havo bepn markodj tho averofjo being 01 per cont, tho highoct yet obtainod. Out of COO applications for posi tiono' in tho Victorian Polioo Forco, only 20 succeeded in pausing tho ox aminations. ' o . o , ? . Tho N.Z.' brod maro Solalion hns boon cold for 4000ga. Tho now own er ifl ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

w.TnB reception accorded to^Bo-'roJlu'n;' ;::(.dep(uintioijWliio]i .waited bii ihoVic ;??' i.tbrioii Premier, Mr. Bont, cannot bo ro ': ffarded otherwiso than ominontly aatis -? factory, Thor.0 can bo no donbt but ;; !that MivBent ia fully soizod with tho - jinraoneo importance of tho oxtensionof railwaycommunication to tho bordorof iuib otanj. (ino commsneement oi QUOii on undertaking would bo hailed with satisfaction not alone by our Orboot and Bairnadalo friends, bnt nlep by all Monaro residents. DoubtloBo it may Boom strange that wo nro compelled to ask, Victoria for what our own State Bhould havo given us years ago and ?withput tho asking. It ia porhapo to be rogrottod that the deputation did; ' pot BuggeBt tho routs tho lino ia to follow. Tho queetion ia of course on nil important ono and oliould bo do-. tormined by tho pooplo, who are heat able to oxpraso.. an opinion on tho mattbr, Sevoral surveys have boon made, and whioh over one is adopted, thars must necessarily bo much ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

ECZEMA FOR YEARS,-^ J A Prompt Cure by ZamoBuI . ,i| 'I havo ouirored for yenro n; -f| Eczoraa on niy' baud's,' oaya Jtiss - ' ^ Walkor, c;o Mrs. J. Lono, of 310 Cob- '/ don St root,. South Jlolbournc. ? ' Bo« ing in oorvico, this- complaint liandi-' capped, mo e,Tcat]y. I tried nil Eort.1 of so-called robedica for Ectoniaj but nothing 1 tried ooomed to give,, rao ,ans;.roliof. ?' On- tha contrary, tllo.com plaint appeared rtctsrnvated, and )roa 'especially sworo aa tho Sprin]! coa' Bon of tho yoar ojloned, when tho complaint wbuld'oprcnd, and cover ray hnnua complotoly. Sooing advertised that Zam-Buk had proved successful in curing b.id canes of Eczema, I nur» chased o pot, and -applied- tho' Ilalm iw directed. Tlio results of this trout ment wcro a revelation.. After four . or fivo. applications tho Eczema disam ; poarcdj and haa not siheo returned. That. was fivo months (SEo, itu^..at.thrt .. -: 'present timo my llatlda aro aa LUiSoi'i mid Iicalthy-lookinR as ono could v.'ia'X, ?...

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Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

;\Fancy BJrcss Ball. A panoy dross nnd postor ball, arranged by tho Delegate Crickot and Football Clubs, waB givon in tho School of Arts on Tuoadny. Wo iindorBtaud that thia wan tho first affair. oE ? tho ' kind hold locally, and tboroforo proat interest was takon in it. Tho hall had boon flags roprosontativa of tho colom of thocombinodclnbs,Eiky bluoand whito nnd maroon and gold roopootivoly, nnd wo do not remombof a ball at which this was oo offeotivoly oarriod out. This work foil to tho lot of tho Socrotarioo of tho two Cluba, Mosars 0. Oallaugban nnd Sol. Goodman, oooiatod by a etroug committee. Tho decorations, combined with tho handcomo nnd offootivo droseca of tho ladico, gave tho inlorior of tho building an unwonted cheerful appearance. ? ? ? Many of tho ladies costumes woro novol and all woro, withont oxcoption, ?' too utterly, too; too 1' Ao to which, to the oditorial mind, was tbo most obarmlng lady or tho best dressed olio, wo wont toll you, bat wo havo ono in our mind'o...

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THE DATE OF THE FEDERAL FLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

THE DATE OF THE- FEDERAL ELECTIONS. : pSra.VEY, Friday, — Tim Fodoral Par liament will bo diosolvcd on tho 8th of Novombcr. Nomination^ nro flscd for tho. 17th o£ oarao month, and polling day for tho 12th of Dccordhor.

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LATEST SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

. LATEST BPORTING. Svdkhy, Friday.— Tho latoot Mol* bourno Cup ocratohin(jo aro :*Stool hurot, Clonoilla and IvODi-XVo-Forgot, Solution brolto all records at Caul field ycatorday, covering 1{- mlloa in two miriuto3 and hino cecondd,. '

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POLITICAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

POLITICAL, ITEMS. . SrD.iEy, Fiiday.— In tho Aosombly tho Premier stated that a bill dealing with Savingn Banka would bo intro duced during tho ^ircHont ce;oion. A bill ia aloo to ho introduced by Mr. Aohton to provido for tho conversion of Ilomcoteid coicotSono into C.P'o. Tho Local Government Extonoion Hill hau pincod through tho Com mittco. . A oweoping motion aiming at tho overthrow of patty government wno moved by Mr, Brinorintho Aoaombly. It provides that ovoty meuabor tihoald bo oleotod by on absoloto majority. Tho dohato waa r.djaurnod. A bill to plaoo wator conservation on a bettor footing was read tbo first time, tho' . bill alco provides for flood prevention,

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THE WEALTHIEST WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

THE WEALTHIEST WOMAN. Airs. Hetty Orecn, who la reputed to bo the richest woman in. the wort! and. who mode, most of her vast1 fortune by-lier own financial ability,. has expreracd the opinion tliat girls olioirld be. given come buoincsa Knowledge.' - -J. . . \ 'Every girV'.eho ia roported to have Rvld, 'should be taught the ordinaty. lines of biwinesa investment, especially if ohe is. likely to inhcret money. Even it her liaronttl arc. nonr nn (Mo rv-n fAll ' i..l..» nay be her future tirough marriago'or the changes of fortune.' ? --.: ' ' : ?' ? . .A training of this kind, Mrs. Green con tinues, would not only give women a prac tical knowledge of tXe world but would prevent them from being victimised by sharpers and unscrupulous periioai; who. 1 no'rancc'-''' PTOn° *' ' C MV0' '*

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FROM BOOTS AND SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

FROM ; BOOTS .''.AND.'- '-SHOES. A German profewaor, who has made a lUuly of the -hvsnv-ui Soot, tmserUxl that many, of humanity's troubles would disiii [tear i£ only boots and! shoes could.be dis [Kiwed with.- '-? - ...... Nature, he maiirtains, Intondcd 'man . to walk barefoot, and to use -every bone and muscle of the foot in locomotion. The wearing ot boots awl shoes defeats this purpose in n largo measure, by distorting the natural shape of the foot and cramping in tlie production ot corns, which tlio ex pert declares to-be tlie beginning of decay ,in those portion.! where the blood has been preyed out of the vcseels. If women could only be inducedto wear sarulalsy he argues, many cases of ncrvous niKa, ftpinal disease, rheumatism, and other ills would speedily bo cured. .

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MODERN LOVE STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

-, V MODERN LOVE STORIES. V:--':'ln undertaking to write upon the mattu '-/.of. love.-l: dni fully ?iiwaro' that I ha vis -,. chosen a hackneyed pubjee't, nnd one which ; , hnh;-been discussed .so rnany times and ''- . oft » that ,siiroli'; there -.can'jbe 'nothing new ;;.' to nay about tnatold,.ol(l:Btorj- which moit| -..of lis ncO'CaUed .uimri to. listen to ecverai : ' times during tho eourt'o of our lives, and , ? ''which htw been tho favourite theme -of ,; poets -and philosophers ?»jv'er . since' Hhcso . .useful Tnenibenrot Bociely ttegim 'to exist. .-' v We are so iirosnic, life1 is nucli u Btniiwle:. . ? . (inilf lri'Hnitu of nil- Avliiclv mu^'ilic Hiiitl to -:? the contrary, worldly advantages. are of «i ''...nHic'ti. irnportaticc in tlicmcc for- life, ttu-t ?...; women cin lianlly bo lilamcd If thev. re ??-.': -io» -U«ih they iwed 'to 'do to »»A\'iS mV Vtcrhl maltein which have -become no ncera ?...oary, while destroying inuch which U beat - -and moat beautiful. '.; ?-.'. ? ...

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PRINCES OF THE ANIMAL WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

PRINCES OF THE ANfMAL V/ORLD. ?Tho EngliFliriVan has the nature; of ua. ^n^of'S-ania^wo^and^I t bl^istLc^SS'afin^ ; 'foiee of character which innki-s for. wirld dominion. But he is an ndmjrably trained ? ; beast of )ircy when tccawou dMii.ilida. lhla .'? lit; PlIOliO OV III'. Kt-iliui ? tiiumxi; iiu'»'ft »??*., swarming of his kind ? in the, Bivkra--. .. gdiial so long as all others tacitly admit . bis princely superiority by ?? arranging LuQ . -wholo basis of ' facliionnnlo si:c:ety a . 1'Anglake.— ' Berliner Tagcblntt.' ..

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A SUBTERRANEAN CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

A SUBTERRANEAN CITY. - , The town' of Epernay, in France, l- ?: vart Bubterraneal.'. city, the streets for milra and mllcij beins: hewn, out ot oolia , chalk, flanked with.pilcoof champagne of ? all blenda and qualities. There la.no light in this labyrinth of streets crossinm. . and. turnings, ciccpt that which tho splutter., liig camllcs afford. AM is;da-.-k and damp, with the thermometer down about zero. Upernay posscss^indcrgroulld cellars w-!mh .:. cover no fewer. than d!- acrto. and contain .. ... i.oon.coo- bottles; of wine. ;..????- . .:.-;

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FIGHT WITH AN ORANG OUTANG. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

FIGHT WITH'AN OBANG OUTANG.,;'; g An orang outaiig, four, feet-high,, and. of ??'.?:-:??; crca-t fttrenath, escaped from his oago. at ' ?.? ./V^ New YorkWently/and created havoc in,-;^-^ the house tenanted by a dealer in ani-.: : ?''?:. mols. -A girl, aged. 18, daughter. oT the :,;7;.-.-; proprietor, tried . to induce the creature-^'.,;';..,, to return to 'his cage iby throwing an-apple ,.-.,.:, In t.l»_--f ilirivrt.mn: ? ? ? ' '? . . ' , '. ? ..'?.'-'.',.-.' The 'outang 'refused, and commenced- ;'.?.-.'; irBildnj up a number of bird-oagea, and. ;..-'.,;.: finally: attacked tho sfirl who bravely ' de- ?-. ,..?;; fended herself -with an.iron Tjokcr.. H«ir- .. .: ? inff the cirl's cries two men p-.itisinfr the ; - ;-;- ^e^erftored «nd .*'Jlbe-^1'nKinni™^' ?:' ; ^ bitten' btully on the baiid, hat the girl,. ,'-..; 'l who fought unaided for nearly .lrall-an-. ?, ,- ?;. :. hour, only sustained a few acratoliefl. ? . ;?.?.?

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NEW SERIES OF STORIES. THE ART THAT CONCEALS HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

^- ^;-MW : SERIES -OF- STORIES. ??' THE ART. THAT CONCEALS ::-;V-/;: ?/;/ HEART, v ??'- .-, ~'V . IlyCJLO GRAVES. Thoro waua littlti dilliculty on the down ; line in connection' wibh a railway chair (placed upon the metals by, an cspcrimcirt afly-rhinclcd : wayfarer) and ,v rcvcrntd iroodl engine. Consequently the 'passengers ' lium tlie ?' Northern itu»licr' were decant ed, for the time-being, into the Dullboro' clow csprcM They would laive the train 'at piinkliom Junction the guard o£ the ?slow wprcsi rail esphined when asliins ikmnln tn nverlnoh n littln crOwditilT. We were fairly comfortable in our com. mrtnicnt, the Nice-looking Couple and my A'cble tielf. -They had a corner and 1 Jiiid a corner, and a Spinster Lady of evident ly wverc morals and unbending, rigidity mt in the middle oi a M-at. No comers lor her, her glance implied.'! Three of in 'Itid lunched cheerfully out of tiankcu cou^ {ainina chicken, lulad, cliirct, , and French rolLi. The Spinster Ijidy had eaten, egg ca...

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HOW TO TREAT WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

. * MOW TO TREAT WINDOWS. It K difficult to classify ?windowo. Ono I ?-?- qucitot call tJlem ',' Uhe old and the now i ? styles,', ao wie ? latter are, for tlie most j fart, replicas of . days, long: naat, .and therefore older in design than the fonmer, ! vfhiiih iwually bear the l'iu-ly Victorian | d.ite. 1 should like. to call them ' the | ugly versus tlie. artistic' ;. but even' lihe i iteing nos3ible in houaea'/bililt w-hen our ' ' ' 1-lte ^iiecn, df grocioua , mranory, v/as i ...youngs la mo?t -liouttcs of ' lilio squorelv solid type there is usually one, i( not tivc, ' bow . wimlon-s . an Che ground floor, those : belonging to .the rooms. ubove bcin^( quite ,' . flat .ind plain. A bow TOndow,' whether': j roiiml or square.. re-]uire-i two -.mira nf i , thin tmrtiiina and one liair of thick ones. I Several vears 01.-O the fashion .obtained of ' havim; tlie hmvypolc (nipiiortinir Mie thiel- i i-:-rt«ins I7-in2 atr.ii^ht- across the ceiling j ikl tho cntliuice to tlio bay, but th...

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BLISS—OR RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 October 1906

BUSS— OR RESIGNATION. Unfortunately,, the existence of passion dU' n1m^tidM1S:CClUtll3h'KCrTo v-orc imperce|(tlble, are intensified. Some-, times on the ground de«rtcd by -paMion bo^^r^ise'and'IS^'blcn/S ? TC^ S'iwo'eSt^ar^nat^:/ a Iv nntflRoniftic: the condition, of nurrif/ life increaso the ; d;scord.-' 1'oilnu).', Eovlw.'- ???-..??. .:'?/'? ? /

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