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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. The following selections were taken up Bt tbo undermentioned land offices on Thurs day lust BUKHOWA;-P. Stinson, junior, 300 acres, Kenyu; Executors ot. tbo 1/ite Henry Brown, 330 acres, Illalong; J.-Oaborne, 171 acres, Cuaninghatn ; A. E. Middlaton, 40 acres, Taunton; Bank of N. S. Wnles, 60 acres, Nowhain ; J. Williams, 200 acres, Birroma; T, Newborn, 80 acres, Newhaui ; M. Oon roy, 60 acres, Bookham. GUNDAGAI.-William Quinnell, 320 acres, Tarriibandra; Stephen White, 40 acres, Mitta Miita; Thoimis Quirlc, 40 acres, Wtigra j William Edwards, junior, 40 acres, Willie Plotna; Benjamin Iioss,. 48 acres, North Gundagai ; Alexander McAlister, &lt;t0 acres, 'Bundm*lo; Leiih Howe, 40 acres, Bundarbo ; William Howe, 40 acres, Gobar ralong; Christian J. Plows, 40 acres, Burra; George Stuokev, 200 aores, Bangus. QUEANBEYAN.-Patrick Coultan, 50 acres, section 21, parish. Wallaroo, county Murray; Bernard Iiolte, 40 acres, emotion 21, parish Gininderra, county Mu...
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brlof, then; and wliat'* iha news!"-King John, ' '' False rumours of smalt-pox are becom ing the order of the duy. ' Chinese are leasing land near Oarooar for tbe purpose of cultivating tobaooo; ?? 1 The Earl of Clanwilliam visited Batburst on Sunday. ' ' ... ' .Ahoro, as defined by aPhiladelphia school-" boy, is a fellow who does something other fellows would like to do, but can't. . Marrying. by telegraph and telephone has .' become very popular. It prevents r tbe preacher from kiBsing the bride. ; Captain'Zouch deserves much oredit for -the promptness lie basiflhewn in, baving..;th'e i" -lttto reports of small-pox cases inquired into. There ore no less than 221' locomotives in use on tbe Government railway lines of the colony. ? :???.? A great conference of the Methodists of the world will be; held in London in Septem ber. ... A bullook weighing 1440 lbs. (exclusive of fat and some other matters) / was .slaugh tered lose week at Fairy Meadow, near Wollongong. i' ...
TUENA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
TUENA. [PROM A COIU1I38PONDENT.] WARDEN" T. ARKBLL SMITH, Esq., held a court here on tho Dth instant, when the fol lowing cases were adjudicated upon . Inever v. J. P. Ponton, Tomora, for the sura of £60, being half of the proceeds of a certain amount of quartz crushed, which the plaintiff claimed as a partner in the claim. -The defendant put in a plea that his son was entitled to one-third.-After a'deal of conflicting1 evidence, a viardiot'was given for the' plaintiff.-Mr. Dodds, ' solicitor, of Corcoar, conducted tho-case for the plain tiff. James Bremner v. James Heme. -Tliis case arose out of a disputed title to a sixth shore in the Lucky Hit quartz claim' in Back Creek.-It appeared that Bremner was the promoter ot this claim; through getting into, difficulties, he had sotno con versation with Heme rolative to the work ing expenses of tho claim, and it transpired that there was a balance still l.eft in Brein ner's favour ; also that Bremner did not see any of the parties belongi...
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
3?XJ33IiXSl-!EI3I> .?.E'VJSIR'Y" MORITXITG 'J'rulli, ever lovely sinco tlio world began, The foeof tyrants anil tlie friend of man.-Campbell, GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. NEWSPAPERS. A NEWSPAPER is not only a luxury, but also a necessity of modern life. It gleans facte, and-elabbrates authentic narratives from the crude^ distorted mass of information given by rumor;.and: lays the faots in a compre hensive, easily; digested: form . before its roQdersJ3placing;thom at onba in this position, in regard to any ooourronce that has been obtained by,cardful diligent eearoh on . the pari of the reporters. Tlie newspaper is a terror to the^enemies'of liberty, in wliateyer sphere they, may-be.found ; fearlessly de nouncing them, and unmaskiug their deep laid sohomes. &lt;>>It is strange that, notwith standing:'the claims1 that a" nowspsper has on. people's'gratitude, lis. claims are so fre quently ignored! Some there are who,pay, thoir tradesmen's calls and other demands prom...
WHEEO. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
WHEEO. (FROM OUH COIIUESPONDBNT.) Tiie winter so far in this district lias been most favouraole for stock. Feed is rather sonca at proa out in many places owing chiellyto over-stocking; which will soon be found to be a great mistake. During tho last twenty-four hours we hud several re freshing showers, quite plenty for this time of tlio year. The wallaby drive advertised in your columns came off at Mr. James Selines'u on Saturday last. The day was rather culd for handling the iron, and tue consequence was that many little fires throwing up a. column of smoke could be seen along tho shooters, lines whore a good toast was indulged in waiting for the drivers to beat in. The first drive was'hold in one of Mr. Shepherd's paddocks, but it turned out a blauk, as not one solitary long-tail made its appearance, a second one was then tried which turned out pretty well, in fact one of the bast during the day, Mr. Thomas Glennan putting together a heap ot eleven in that drive, amongst which wer...
THE NEW GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
THE NEW GAOL. AFTER. passing tlio temporary gateway, a visitor finds himself between the froncugo, of thie chief warder's and gaoler's quarters which. are on each Bide of the principal entrance, and are not enclosed by tbe wall. Tbe wulls of'the buildinjg, which are of brick, with the exoeption of one end of each, which is of.stone, with rustic workmanship, have reached the height of about 20 feet, and ate. being gone on with steadily. The verandahs/wliioh, like the quarters, are of the same design, will be supported by four pillars with rustic ornnmentation, stono cor nious, and entablature. The pillurs will also boar up three archeB, the ccntre one being the largest, and above it will be worked the Cont of Arms; on eSoh side ot it will be a smaller arch. A back yard is enclosed by a brick wall, about five feet high, running out from the main -wall, and joining the buildings at the near corner, Proceeding a little further, wo come to tbe only entranoe to the intorior.of the wall, b...
In Remembrance Thereof. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
In Remembrance Thereof. About 23 years ago, X bad the great hon our of helug acquainted with tbo mn corely lamented Dr. McA-lroy. One bright June morning, I had a blood-red rose I intended to present to ono I loved hs more precious tlian ray life. Half way be-' twfion the Adelong crossing-place and Tum balong, my pretty " Maid ol Athens " mined me up in Iront of Drs.McAlroy and Berming liam. "Ab," says the groat, good McAlroy, "I knew some pretty present was prepared for me to-day." '. Oh, no, my noble sir, I cannot give you that; my life is in it," " Then," euid ho, with that most intelligent and pie isaut banter proverbially his own, "no good will come of your rose." ."Ab, reverend father, I am young ; I am honest; bless my rose." In mock ceremony, tlie great, good, old priest took my rose and blessed it. I rode away happy. The young lady put the rose in water for 10 days, till it faded, and then put it in the earth., That rose sprang into life. In 12 months its off spring bordere...
"STILL THEY COME." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
" STILL THEY OOME." TO TUB EDITOR. SIB,-I noticed iu one of your IBBUOB of last week, under the above heading, (hat nearly two score nf Chinese had arrived in this city within a week ; and already we have heard that several Obinaimn are suffering from that contagious. disease, small-por, which is spreading BO steadily in the metropolis. When this disease, which is coincident wiih last week's batch of Chinese, is reported so near us, it is lime that the authorities or public of Goulburn should offer a little op position to their orrrival to this city aud its being made a refuge at the present lime to such a stream of Celestials as that which hfta apparently just Bet in. It is well known (hat atDruittTown, they would, not give any information, respecting one of their number, to the polioo uutil the latter applied the whip vigorously, after which they gave up tbeir patient. Now, it is apparent that there is a reluctance among them to Rive up the iatooted of their num brr, and it is not...
A Pitiful Sight. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
A Pitiful Sight. Yesterday ovening; As we wore passing along Auburn-street, we noticed an unfor tunate man lying outside one of the princi pal business establishments apparently insensible, or othonvise so completely undor the influence of drink as to be eutirely lielp loss* Pedestrians, as tbey passed to and fro, gazed at the wretched man, but none of those who saw him seamed to have the slightest' regard for the poor fellow; and as not a single policeman was about, he was left on his hard bed for a considerable time, his condition affording a striking, example of how Utile is thought of one who forgets himself and imbibes too freely, from the cup that cheers whilst yet it.inebriates.
The Steamer Ferret. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
The Steamer:Ferret, -r. The charge of stealing, the steamer Ferret , . preferred agai tia t. J7J3. fTanderson^E; R. Wright; ;aud'J.;Wa!loGe, vas commeDoed in thejOentral Criminal .Gourt, Melbourne, on Monday, The case excited muoli interest the} court and its onvirons being crowded throughout the ".whole day, Mr. Charles Smyth appeared: for, itlie Grown; and the prisoners .wore ^represented:: by. Messrs. Purves, MolbsworthV and' Pint respeotivelyp The presentment charged the'prisoners on , the following counts First, conspiring to seirthe'British 8hip Ferret,' witli iritent^to1 dofraud her original.'owners, aiid subse q u ently hpr^Tdu^nrs'^'sdoonidwi th forgi ng the roKi'ster of the British sliip India';;third, itli forging . tUq?. ;/i.f,ti"ql bs>ofv- th'o shlpand: jiwith a,l teriIiojJ;^offiom 5ptfmborltinae> ' of tho Ferret, iw pursuanco of.the oonspiracy,. The opening speech on behalf of .the Crown. And the reading of essential documents, occupied uearly the whole of the da...
Belmore Square. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
Belmore Square. The city, fathers have begun in earnest to give their attention to this conveniently situated pleasure-ground, several men. being now engaged in pruning the different trees and shrubs, and taking away all rubbish and useless matter. A number of young trees are being planted at regular intervals by the walks, and we understand it is intended to have both Bides of all the walks orna ornomented in this manner, an order for a number of trees and shrubs for the purpose having been sent to oue of the Parramatta nursorips. It is to be hoped that the chil dren who havo the advantage of such a fine playground will receive the necessary cau tion not to injure the plants, which, if loft, uninterfered with, will, after a few years, docoratc the square very highly, nnd make it a delightful resort f'or.'them-not only for children, but for all wlio may desire to spend a portion of their leisure time therein. The different recreation grounds are also being improved, and after a whil...
Narrow Escape From Drowning [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
Narrow Escape, From»Drowning . A day or two ago, two.policemen, senior constable Rmry and constable Hughes, stationed at Montreal, had!a harrow, escape from drowning. They proceeded in ;a boat to Montague Island^ for the purpose; of '^ar resting a man charged;:with wifo desertion. In returning to the- mainland, there were .with them the prisoner and, two other per sons, and when'near 'tho mainland, a squall caught, the .boat and, 'cDpsiz'ed the/ whole party into,the surf, from which,they.escaped; with the utmost difficulty, and in a raos't ex hausted state. The boat was dashed against tboirooks, but was afterwards' recovered, a good &lt;dool damaged.. This, occurred, near the.spot where Mr. Eamo'nt ,Young, and his party are supposed to have been?drowned.
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
MASS WlLl, UK OH Utilt It A VHU AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. July 24-- Or abb on Gullcn, Collector. Mnrulan, Coiifiimiitinn at StB, Pater atid Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn, Sunday. 31ai July, . YASS MISSION. GiDtiinderra, Sunday, July 24 Biualonp, Sunday, July 31 Guuduroo, Siindny, August 7.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
LEOPOLD WEISSBERGER, ByEOYAL f|g§§|^ AUTHORITY MANTt7ACTURER OF CIGARS, And the oi'iglual Tobacconist in Goulburn IB THANKFUL to the Public for the last fire ynBr'n Pntronuiie. h,Vf. is continually keopinit (be Best Imported ? Qualities of American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4s. L^cut Tobacoo, Loaf and Negrohead, from 3s Gd. ^BUome Pressed Tobaccoes. from 2s. 6d. per lb. American Stalk Suuffa, plain mid scented, Gd. per ounce. Imported end Home-mndo (from imported leaf) Clears, from 10s. Gd. per 100. Real Meerchaum Pipes, plain and carred, |from is. to 45s. each. Imitation Meercbaum, plain and onrved, at tow prlc68« Wig"! Sour Cherry, Briar, Myall, and Ross root Pipi«, amber and horn bits, plain and carvod, (roin 6d. to 6B. cach. A variety of Plain and Fancy Frenob Clay Pipes, Id. to 6d, eaoti. And an Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to mention. Both give a call, and a trial solicited. Wholesale and Retail for CASH. (jjr As the holidays aro coming the smoking community are...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
WJHEICI/y OALBNDAE. Dny'of Week. ... 6UNDATJ... .. Monday .... Tiiosday .... Wednoaday Thursday.... Friday.. Saturday..,. Dny of MoniH. July 17 ' '18 .10 ?: 20 21 22 23 Sun rises, lw m. 7 3 7 3 7 2 7 .2 7 1, 7 1 7 0 6 8 C 9 6 10 6 10 G 11 6 12 G 12 ' ).-y i . MOON'S|PHASE. 'Tinat Qnarter, 18th July;'3.S I p.m.
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, MONDAY. ' At the Darling Horbour railway terminus, this morning there was a good supply ol forage and produce from the various country districts along the Western and Southern lines. The market was well attended to ddy, but ruled extremely dull. 0-t6n hay, in bales, 3/8 to 4/3 ; in truss, 3/1 to 4/ ; iu bundle, 3/- to 4/6 per cwt ; luoerne liny, in truss; 3/5 to 3/9 per owt; siraw, clean lots in bales, 2/2 to 2/7, and in bundles, 2/4 to 2/9 per ewt';1oaten chnff, in bales, 3/9 to 4/7';' mixed do, in bale, 3/5 to 3/6 fier cwt; cut straw,-in bale, 2/9 per owt; wheaten buy, in sheaves, 3/1, and in bale, 3/H 5 wheaten and oaten hay, in bundle, 3/- to 4/1, in bales 4/- per cwt; potatoes, 2/8-to4/3 per cwt, begs "included ; pumpkins, 1/6 to 4/4 per dozen. On. the wharves io-day, prime green lu cerne is selling at £3 to £3 5/; medium samples','£2 i 0/- to £2 15/- per ton. Busi ness dull. Maiae selling at 2/9 to 2/10 per bushel. Warrnambool potatons, £4 5/;...
Skilful Surgery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
Skilful Surgery. On Monday, .at his 'aurgory, in Crown-: strnet, Dr. . Gould removed , from tho left arm of Mrs. John. Green, of the-Cross Roads, about throe quartersiof on inch of a: .necdlo thut had been omhoddad in the flisli for. twontj'-oina years. - Singular to say, the needle entered the riglit U>ind in the first instance,1 wheri Mrs! Green ' was quite a girl; and in the course of. years it moved from the' right to the left arm, and from whiobi'it: was extracted on Mondays Several years ago, the eye of the needle worked, its way, out through tho skin near, tho elhow of the,, left' arm, and Mrs, Green ibelievos'that a portion of tho steel remains in, her right thumb. .The piece of the needle removed was'quite blnokl ' About' a ;weok'sinos, Dri Gould removed from tho nose of a little girl, daughter of Mr. M. O'Brien of the Prino* Alfred Hotnl, an: ,iron,sor,ew; ,that had ben embedded there for four years, causing tho ohild much annoyance; and jain^IUawarra Meroury.
A "Nasty Jar." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
A "Nasty Jar." In a social family evening circle recently there was prosonta gentleman noted for liis, powers of invention, which, never take fact for their origin. ' Amongst the parly was'a lady unacquainted with the.: visitor and his peculiarity. .The conversation turned on epitaphs. .* I wonder what my fate will be," said the romancist. The lady answered thoughtfully-"Here lies " then paused suddenly for the rest, as . ? : i A general titter then told tho.Ulo ., Tlmt who'd hit on tliu bond the very nail. The tombstoh o would toll the. truth (though the inmate never did.
Sudden and Mysterious Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881
Sudden and Mysterious Death. A mysterious death of a young lady numod Hillder has occurred at Maryborough, Vic toria. She was taken ill at night, and a doctor was sent for, but aconfusion of names prevented him irom attending, aud she died in a few hours subsequently with symptoms of narcotic poisoning. The deceased girl was in good health ana spirits on Sunday. She recently inherited a fortune of £5000, and the medical mm who failed to attend tier was her legal guardiun.