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An Old Colonist. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

An Old Colonist., ' ' Last week on old man nauicd James 1 Alexander, was sent to Gundagai gaol for I seven days. He had no visible means of support and had been * found by sergeant Cossin uud constable Boots lying; in an ex posed place in a most wretched 'and ttfiB enable conditiou. He states that he' is verging on 81, and a colonist since Bris bane's time. He claims association; with Thomas Boyd, senr., n contemporary, and one who explored Victoria in 1823. ..For ; the last seven years Alexander resided with John Boyd, at Wondalga, on the; .Gap, memorable as the track the explorers chose in crossing the ridge dividing the water sheds of the Adelong and Gilmore Creeks About a fortoight ago, while in the act of making a fire, he (ell powerless, and ever since that time has been helpless. He now claims support (rom a paternal Gov ernment, and it is to be hoped that be will obtain it to mitigaae his suffering condition.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Imminent Danger. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

Imminent Danger. A narrow escape from a terrible, mining aocident occurred at Sandhurst OIL Monday. A onga, containing three men, was hauled up from the OOQ-feot level at St. Mungo's. claim ; when 30 feet up it suddouljr descend ed. Fortunately the catohes vtoro still out at the 600-lovel, otherwise the cage would have been dashed down another 200 feet, and the inevitable death of all would have re sulted! The men escaped with a'sevore shaking. The engine driver carelessly omitted putting back the clutoh of the'rope on the drum, and the weiglit of'tha cage oausod it to reverse. In striving to-oheok the descent of tho oage the driver ^as;badly hurt. '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Ministerial Elections in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

The Ministerial Elections in Victoria. The nominations for tho Ministerial elec tions olosed at 6 b'olook on Monday evening. The Hon. Thomas Bent, for Brighton, and the Hon. J. M. Grant, for Avooa, wore re turned unopposed. Tbe premior wns op posed at WftstBourka by the Hnu. E, D. Raid ; Mr. Bolton, «t Moira, by Mr. Sharpo ; Mr. Qaunson,' at Ararat, by Mr. Wilsun ; and Mr. Graves* at Dolatite, by Mr. Stred wiok. Dr; Dobson will probably bo returned unopposfld; Mr. 0. Young, Minister for Mines and Agiicultuie ond Water Supply, has been returned unopposed for Kyneton ; .but through, an error of the returning officer, it aiay neaessitate a day's -extension of time for receiving tbe Dominations. Op position is not, however, expected, and under no oiroumsttinoes could it be tsucoetes ful. Mr. Wilson, who opposes Mr. Gaun son at Antrat, hold an enthusiastic meeting there on Monday night!

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

Presentations., Mr. J. Lutriaden, late'teaoher of the Mitta gong Public school, .was, on Wednesday afternoon, presented-' with, an address, to-i gather, with n, handsome writing desk, by the pupils of1 that school.- On Friday after noon, the pupils of tho girls,' department at the Gbulburn Publio school, presented Miss Williams with.no address accompanied with a lady's cabinet and silver broach and brace-' let. The present was mado by the pupils as a recognition of their apprecia'ion of Miss William's services 'whilst toaohor in,'the-de partment from which she has been removed to take charge of the infant sohool. .

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The Golspie School. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

. The Golspie School.; , From a communication reoeivod by Mr. Myers we gather thnt the Minister for Pub lio Instruction hns1 rnsolvad to convert the provisional sohool at Golspie into apublioone fiorn the 1st of August next. In the mean time, several repairs will be, of?acted: both inside and outside the building, and the ques tion of ereoting a now building Bllogeiher, as asked in a. petition lately forwardtd by Mr. -Myers, has. been referred to the Olii^f .In spuotor for inquiry, with_ the request that be . gi;o tho matter his earliest attention.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

Wanted KNOWN that from £5 to £1000 may ha obtainod on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Anstrulinii Auction Mnrt, Auburn-st. Moiaey Aeni; ON nil kinds of PORTABLE PROPERTY, and OD FURNITURE without; removal. > ijjST Bills Discounted. , W. A, KVANS, . : ; Auburn.Btmet, Gonlburn.' I For Sale, ' FIRST PRIZE CANARIES. . D. OLEARY, Gonlburn. «* Tills Time and Sfext Time." JACK OF ALL TRADES, HANDYMAN «nd CAIN-TWISTER. New BottomB put in Bnskcts, Cnno Porntnbulntors repaired, Chairs Caned ; Tunt, Tilt, and all other Canvass work done. JAMES PURNISS, Auburn street, nearly opposite Womboy's Cash Store. CROOKWELL DISTRICT. Special notice, DR. CARROLL regrets that lio. wns unex pectedly provotited from visiting Crooltwell on Sttnrday. LIo: will, however, ATTEND ON SATURDAY, JULY 23, wlion bo will ihove so excellent supply of puri.lymph.-?????: GRATUITOUS VACCINATION. Dr. Moitoh orI>r. Grentle ? WILL f ACCMTATJE ? ' '< Air Tiiralgii) on WEDNESDAY,, July 27th,'.at...

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St.Mary's Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

j St."Mary's .Cathedral. , r 1 We are"aura that oVr roaddiB . throughout the colony will be glad to learn,that the new Cathedral is now entirely covered!-' The roof waeBnished during the wools, and the concrete floor- is being -laid 'with' much! ap'oedvTiip sanctuary, and about a /'quarter of the'.bu i ld ing are now laid'with ooncroto, arid, propa-, rations -are -being -made / for finishing the chnjmls at the roar of tho High Altar; The glflzing of the windows, v?ilt,be commendod nort week, ^A,largo.nutnber/of maaonaf^rfl; busily'erii'plbj'od'ontheBnoriBtiefl'and-othor out \buildioRa, j:iwhioUi .are^raxiidly/.tiearing j> oompletion.f~®iednian?8 Journal;1 j1^'' vA

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

LONDON. MONDAY. Doan Stanley is seriously ill, and his con dition is reported as very critical. A gang of ruffians numbering thirteen attacked a railway train near Chicago, killed the conductor, and carried off a large quantity of valuables. '

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Killed By a Ram. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

^Killed By a Earn. ."'?A. very sad aud fatal (ioaident: occurred at Ornigio 011 Wednesday last, to, .Mr. Yelt's child, a briffht little fellow between four,and five years of age. Prom particulars to hand it: appears he was near, the sohoqlbpusewith >i/me other oliildm'n, when the ram came up to liim,;and thQ child put his hand - out,': we ihear, to turm him away, when the mm im mediately butted .the ehild,,aM renewed the 'attack. Miss Torry, who was passing at the time, rushed to the little fellow's ''assistance' andjsuooeeded in driving the brute off, and shejtlien picked'the obild"up/ who-was terV ribly bruised 'and oovered with blood; be' oould* not' raise his bead, and Mis3 Terry ; thought ho was mortally '.injured, which proved correct, as ho died a few iiours after*, wardB. ' :jf-'? '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

£2000 WORTH MUST BE OLlfAHED AT Cost Price! Cost Price! . A.T P. I!. RYAN'S WELL-KNOWN DRAPERY SHOP, Fabkbb-stbbet, COOTA.MUNDRA, TO REDUCE THE LARGE STOCK. 1 A GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO BUY Winter Goods. P. R. RYAN'S Por OVERCOATS P, R. RYAN'S Por MEN'S CLOTHING P. R. RYAN'S Por BOYS' SUITS P. R. RYAN'S Por BOYS' OVERCOATS P. R. RYAN'S Por GOOD CHEAP HATS P. R. RYAN'S Por LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS P, R. RYAN'S Por LADIES' SILK UMBRELLAS P. R. RYAN'S Por CHEAP WINCEYS P. R. RYAN'S Por CHEAP PLAIDS P. R. RYAN'S Por HOMESPUNS P. R, RYAN'S For CALICO P. R. RYAN'S Por SHEETING P. R. RYAN'S Por BLANKETS P, R. RYAN'S * Por PLANNEL THE HOUSE i Por WHITE SHIRTS .THE HOUSE ! Por COLOURED SHIRTS THE HOUSE | Por CRIMEAN SHIRTS THE HOUSE ' Por GENT'S TIES THE HOUSE . I , Por GENT'S GLOVES THE HOUSE' j , Por SILKS THE HOUSE Por SATINS THE HOUSE Por VELVETS THE HOUSE ? ron Every Description V. E. RV WS IS ACKNOWLEDGED BY EVERY ONE TO BE THE CHEAPEST HOUSE . j J IN,- TUB Southern District. All; Goods Guara...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER VII —CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 July 1881

WYNNE. CHAPTER YII -^CONTINUED. ''The fact, tlutt Mr. An^rniv was speculnung largtly,-. wlii h wo had hoped was confined to dur own knowledge and to that of tlie broketa .who liad bean employed by the house for nu.ny yours, and wore thoroughly trust worthy,-Hi'meliow leaked out.' It became knrfwn on ' Change', aod was generally talked of in the City, the result being,that soma of our oldest customers made inquiry into the matter ; and finding it was true, withdrew their' accounts'.: In-o.l not bother you, my dear, with the business details of thtB wretched affair. ( It will bo sufficient to say that, for tho'last two years, affairs with us have been gradually growing worsa and worEojand though I knear this, I nover imagined "that they would have come to such a point of desperation as I now find by this letter to be the case. WlwithaB immediately brought this about, even you, with your small knowledge of business,'will bo able to un derstand^ Six months ago we had a meet ing dt the b...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

CHATTER ' VIII. ON tbej^0rn\hg&fto£;tbe day on-'which, the arrival orflw two . important letters bad cruatod aucli exoitement in Mr. Wo a. bi slay 's family, an old gentkmi^r resident within throe miles ofcJSiimptou,! walking up to the oriol window of liia brettklaat-rooCQ, and gazinATvpic&u'ily oht therefrom, happenedto let biT-4lnnc6-di6p upon tbe squmoroofot Mr. W'fefcrtley'i! house,;and at once struck iuto a new groove of thought.,; He wbb a tall old, geni|emaiir and , handsome withal, with i'froshj tfffd<iy'oopiplQxi-PAiivrliito hair Bud whiskers,,jind, bold, oieur-ciit features,. His ojta wds v^r^blu'e and voiy bright, his figure very upright,, his hands biovvn, but shapely, his dress Bporisniauiike, which is so very diilVrent Jrom sporiiug in its cut,' and bis whole appeal anee'.tbat,of a well-to-do, elderly EnglU^/g^ut|eman..., .He looked 6ut; at the landscape for some time," still keeping bis eyes fixedlomihe poiut at which they had originally set...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

THE Misses'M. A A. I5UTJLEK, (LATH or Buau-sTKtrET) ' S1TI9MJEY,' - BEG (o inlimiile to their friends nnd tbo poblio nf Gnnlbiirn that they hiivn oponod n .first oIubh Private lloariling House, attlio premieuu lululy oeouniod by Alra. Mclieuigo, To be known na "CL1VE HOUSE." Slouno-street, Qoulburo. STABLES . TO LET. V, , WHOLESALE WiNE^;::;SBiEIT,: AHD : GROCERY STORES: > : I)i(MAM-& 00. HAVING opened PART or THIO' Pre. : MISES known as the NEW ARGYLE STORE ns Wholesale Wind, Spirit, and Grocery Stores, . Vr Bog respectfully to call.the attention of their friends and tbo publio generally to tbo fuot,,in the; hope of receiviugfrom them a foir share of support.! ! The' ' STOCK ON 1 HAND? comprises:' the CHOICEST, BEST, nna UH HA PEST VA1U ETY; and1-' nothing but .1CX0ELL15NT \VINES; land SPIRITS; and GROOEUIES of a FIRSIVOLASS 'QUALITY' will bo. found among«t. thorn? to; bo supplied toOustomers at PRICES which DEFY COMPETITION, . ! . ? ?ier-Romeniber the NEW 'A RGYLE STORE...

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LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

LONDON. TUESDAY. " Dean Stanley died yesterday from erysi pelas! : ' ? : There was a much larger number, killed and wounded in' capturing Sfax than was at first supposed. Four hundred Arabs were' killed, and eight hundred wounded. The French loss was very email. ^There is great alarm in [Paris owing to water having run short; grave fears are en tertained of a wa'or fuinine, and the situation is aggravated by the intensely hot weather which prevails.. ,

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FBOM QREVRLLB's TELEGRAM: COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Nearly tbe whole of the l'eteraborough immigrants were hired to-day,'the girls' wages ranging from G,- to 9/- per week. Married couples and single men' found country situations at satisfactory prices. Dr. Baly has been elected to fill the vacancy existing on the medical stuff of tbe Sydney Infirmary. In the Assembly to-day, Mr. Baker's motion for leave to introduce a bill to regu late ring-barkiog on Grown lands, was passsbd. I Mr. McElhone made a severe attack on Mr. Baker, Minister for Mines, in reference I to his ability to administer the.lund law which ho contended should be in the hands of the Minister for Lands. The Princes and a largo party left by special train this morning to view the Zig Z*g. On their return this evening, they, will be present at the Masonic ball, ' '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. {From thi'Sydney Herald,) >. , ".a LONDON, - July 18. A ban^uotlTgivon by the Lord Mayor of London,! at the, Munsi.on'Hpuso, to represen-. tatives.ofItlio, colonies, was uttended by three hundred1 gentldmen, including the Prince of Wales,*1 the^gents-General ? of the, various, coloaio'B|:ap(iKingKttlakaua,of[ho Hawaiian lBland8,n.'.The;affuir vyau;a grand success.' KiDg,;Kiilaluua,iin responding to ono of the toaut3, refetred to tho generous reception Which had\bee'n"acpord6d'; to hini in England by Ro^ltylilnd 'by. tho people generally.. , . The^iinpe'of Wales, in responding to the toftst to his healtbiirelerred to the^ Australian ouluniesy'and"the 'important position they' iter bold', and "expressed hid regret that he. fly,. qql pny.a visit,to, Australia. 'He ack-* I lodged in very graceful terms the kindly l-oejitioui whioh Australians b'ad accordfcd to bis soiis, Prince Albert "Victor andvPrinoe GeorgeJ'.'"',, \y; ' Yi.i The.' i)uke|i'of ".Manchester,: who,, ...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, JULY 21. AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

EVERY JJOEJSTlIjrG Trullii ever lonely «in'nB,tlie'wor|il began, . The foe of tyrants ami the' frlond of man.-Camptcll. GO^Bff^rTOTRSpAY; ,JTOY;21. " A^IGULTURAL; SCHOOLS. IN answer to a question put by our member, Mr. last week; the Premier stated that tjhjS i&ovp,rnmont; had had' under thoir consideration' £Jio', matter.' of! 'establishing BgrioultutaV'schbols' dud model farms; but at the preaeut tifuo were^ not. prepared to take any steps. Tliis'matter is of, greater impor tance than is generally, .supposed, and is in timately connected' with the ma!erial welfare and progress iof the' couutryl A country, where agriculture','is 'one of' the neglected arts, or,whur,e<.thei pursuit is; followed in a blundering icnm6thodical manner, contains within itself a powerful element,'ofi.decay that will assuredly sap1 .the foundations of | future greatness ond prosperity."! It may sound v^ryj,;^6Jl,vin; theory to say,;if we pan,' as a n&tiony make'plenty'oti money b...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, theni «nd wliat'i 1I14 new»f"-King John. ' Ne Sutor Ultra Orepidara.--Your letter to band, j, It , mates/rather much of what ia really small. We think it as well then not to publish your,remarks. Quite another ruslr seems to have set in to the Mount-Poule diggings. Every conch leaving Wilcannm for the diggings is well filled. In 1879 there were imported into Eng land from America 90,000 barrels of oysters, in addition to large quantities of the tinned variety; Another colonial importation into London. Mosquitoes bave appeared there, brought, it is supposed, in American luggage. The Cockneys are welcome to bur share of those useful insects ! A variety of fish ftom Australian waters is to be forwarded, per Cuzco, to .the Lord Mayor, ol London, which, it is said, will form part of a banquet to be given uc the Mansion-house, the viands at which will consist wholly of Australian productions. False hair is being largely adopted by Japanese belles. At a recent drawi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. i Goulburn Polica Court. On' ^rVeduesday,. July 20, before Captain Rossi,1 and'' Mr'; "0. S. Alexander, '.'Robert Weidmeyer was charged with beings drunk and disorderly.-Constable Cochrane proved; having' ai rested tlie: prisoner; on >'Tuesday.' evening; ,be wns'veVy drunk,, aud ,bad been, giving'onhoyarice at mime houses ; ha 'was put out of « flboplnext (tlie Royal Hotel.-. This j prisoner had boen doolt with lor similar offences only ;the( .day before, nnd on the obHr^e 'book'being Jreferr«d to it na'd found that he bad ulso boon be'oi'o the oourt'on four other occasion's:.sizice March oa charges of druokenuess, disorderly' con-: duct, | or rosisting the police.-The ..-bench found prisoner' guilty of 'drunkenness' arid vagrancy, and sentenced him to 6 weeks imprisonment.-A slaughtering; licon'sei ,:was granted to .Joiin'Ffost, of Muihmell.

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. 'OESDAY, JULY 19 IN the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Baker gave notice of Lis intention to ask for leave to introduce a bill for \ the regulation of riogbarking on Crown lands.' ' Leave was given to Mr. Pigott to bring in"'.' 1 a bill to enable defendants to give eyidenco' on their ,own behalf in cases of summary.,! i jurisdiction and to Mr. Garrett to introduce i a bill for the consolidation and .amendment of the laws relating to newspapers and other ./ periodicals. , ,, The.bills were subsequently brought up, . ? and each read a first time. . .> The Hospitals Act Amendment Bill' wos ' ' read a third time and passed ; it was ordered that it be' transmitted to the Legislative '. Council for its concurrence. Mr. Toece moved a resolution, declaring that in the opinion of the House the' pay- " ment.of fees for elementary education in the, Public and Denominational schools of the < i colony should be discontinued forthwith. He argued that there wns a strong fee...

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