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"JOSEPH OF CANAAN." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

'JOSEPH OF CAIsAAN.' The Enaminer of Playa, Mr.- Geo. Alex ander Reilford, has refucml to grant a licence. to the Ryv. 'George-. Walters' play, 'Joseph of Canaan,' which v?aa produced at Her Majesty's Theatre, in S,- dney, by Mr. George Rignold some few months ago, and for the production, of. which in London Mr. Walters has been eucJeiivor ing to urrtiuge. Tho ground, of tho refu sal is the Biulical origin ot the dru.mii.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

.Fuiiaiilr^Faiic^ \ « I always nu?et trpuble half way,1 said the noan wjio had paid half of* his pro missory note and arranged for $liie exten sion of the other half, ' You know, 'dear,' said Miso' Dolyer frankly to her accepted suitor, «you know we got none of papa's money while he lives.1 -I quite understand that, my DrAClOUft not.' Triniinf^'^iia'TTrtii-iifvinnnM vmtit the light of love in hia ayes, * We will invite him to live vith us, put a folding bod in his'room, and hope for tho best.' The boy had smashed his father'e shaving mu/jr and dono some other dam age, when his mother discovered him. {Oh, Fieddie, ohe exclaimed horriQed, what will papa uoy when ho comeij home , and eeeo what j ou havo dono P ' ' 'Well, ma, I1 don't think I'd liko to ropoat it be fore you,' Freddie loplicd. ' If you would liko oomething unusu ally ilno,' said the art doalor, ' I have a gonuino Turner I shall be happy to show l you.' ' A picture that is1 fainted on one *ide iB good enough for mo,' resp...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

ROMAN CATHOLIC. Sdhdat, 10th Mav, — DolGuato, 11 q n. Mondat, 11th Mat, — CoiToivjsnir, 10 a.m. , 'Bbv.J.J. Walos. . MEHOB ET FIDELID. THUESDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1G8S.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. BABY FARMING NEAR LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

P^;£afc^it^fti-; / '?? ?? : '''', ] ? FROM THE'DBiHES.' i~. l:. ;'. 'BABY -FARMING NEAR: LONDON. A case, which as 'believed:'. to' ;b^e baby f armin g . in .' its very -worst : : form, and which bids fair to outrival the celebrated Makincaae, isreported from- Reading. The particulars to hand ehowthat the bodies of six bubies were discovered by chance in the Thames at Reading. ; The authorities, believe/it to be the work of! a baby farmer, who had murdered the in fants in order that pho might .avail her self of the money, which. had been hand ed her for-tjheir maintenance.. Other children are missing and the police are busily, engaged. dragging, the river in the vicinity of Reading. . A woman named Annio Dwyor has been arrested on suspicion of : having been implicated in -the death of tho babies. : ? Later aewa states that-^Annie Dyer, the woman who has' beon arrested on suspicion of being concerned in tho tnur der of the sis infanta vdioci bodiea -were found in the River Thames, nea...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Red Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

Tied Rain. f he following letter has been contributed tt the Sydney Dink TELEbBApn v'by 4&o Government Astronomer of N-S,W., Mr. 1L 0. Russell : — It -will bo Tomomboredthat 'on Thurs , .jay last a remarkablo duat'h'azo -was '/-naVi ;n.hnnf. , Swlnntr ArtHfl ''that' -I RtifftH' thatj with rain, tho dust ^Vould hava ojmo doivn aa lod itrnd, Sinco 'then T have received many lottbro about it, as it ' v/aa e'ean in varioiiT parts of tho colony ; 1 bat it W28 not until thiu Eiorhing that a 1 , ' letter brought mean account of tuo acftJai fall of red rain from the dudt iia2ir, Mf. D. D. iSaird, oi. Tho Sp'iingd, near Dubbo, ?whore sufficient rain Lad ^atldn to bViii{y down eomo of 'thG rod dubt, tullo mo that ' there was a ctroiigVeoCo'rlygalo during ' thp 7th and 8th of thib mo'iltb, and dur ^ ingtho^two follo\7iuf» d^yd thoro wa»a \ .thick dust haze, ?vrhich xaado tho diotant \ ' hills invioiblo. On tho night 6f Friday, tho,10th, -wo had a thuddoratorni an^ eomo xaic, and tho wa...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. DENTISTY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

, Mml flatelig^seo DENTISTS Mb. A. Spencee will be in Delegate to morrow (Friday), remaining for one day only, and may bo consulted afc Rafter's Commercial Hotel on raattera relative to bis profession. .

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Gippland Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

^Ippslaodl Stccfe JHciDOffis. Messhs. De8Aii.iv, Macarthuh and Co. reports: — Fat Cattle: A large supply forward on Saturday. Buyers were plentiful for good prime beof, but in lerior Iot9 weie dull end very- few sties wore made. Wo sol' for Mr. John M'Farlane, cows, extra quality r in £4 to £5; lighter do., at £2 10a For Mr. Jan.H. Banlrin, cowa from £3 5-* t-» £3 17s; lighter do. from £2 to £2 5-. For - Mr. Wnddell, cowo to £3 llo j Mr. W . Witts'e cows to £2 14o, and numerous ' other email lota at fair figured. Store Cattle : A full yarding, but buj era were Scarce, and very few changed hands. - Best bullocks sold to £3 10o and be.-t cows to £2 2a. Out Dales wore drafts for Messrs. J. Bourlio, Tho:!, Douglas, D. II. Hill, Jas. H. Eankin, John Jennings, S. Banian, W. Hodgcon Joaoph Norton, ? Harris, and others, all at feir prices. Horses: Tho demand for good fresh mobs very keen. Wo sold for Mr. C. W. Cameron, ; o£ Bendoc, 20. horses, ? some fair eortB but others very light and ' ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

Vieitors to Sydney v/ill La\o fciled in, their dilty to theiiitolvou if thoy rail to sea that truly marvellous production — the Cyoloram& of Jorucialerii— neai? (lio Rail way' Station. No word-paintirfg, how aver brilliant, can dosciiba the realistic scene. Tuno end opacd aia unnihilateu, and you iiro brought £aco to fkco'with 'the greatest ttegody the World lien over1 ?witnessed,' and a6^ to surrtcted a pity* of - juarble palaco8. tno cradle' o£ civilization r — the Holy City that ha^ kin in its tomb for nearly 2000 years. It io ono'of ' the sightB of the contuiy !' v/Loro tho^lookor on stando epoll-bound. — Abvt. Yankee Doodle Tobacco inc'raasecrit&: yearly sale ovet M)0 percent. Why xr'as thfe ? You try it and see, — Adyt.

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MR. W. B. BURROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

MR. W. B. BURROWS. Thio woll-known and popular dentiat announces that ho io nov7 in Bombolti, remaining until April 30th, up to which 4imo an appointmont may bo made with him, at Roid'o hotol, by thoce requiring hia esrvicqs in dental ourgesy. ?

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Bonang Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

' v ' -{fAom otrk' coiireearoNDr.NT.) Rome ot., tho, reef a near Marriott's battery ? ' at Pinch' Swamp Creek are looking fairly ?well. Jl Mr. Robert Hutchinnon andbia brother Lave struck yery rich, Btonoia the Yollow Stroalt mine. The icefi.is -from one. to dix inches wide, and chows gold ; freely through tho stone. If .this yields any thing near up to expectations the' tribu tors will make quite a', pot 'out of their undeitaking. This shows very plainly J' that a lot of tho reef o about here, have ' been abandoned juato bit too soon, either through want of capital or fainthearted ness. Thero.-eeema to be a oreat many , surface shows about here laying idle 'which if continued a few feet further may provo to bo far richer than, they have beeu previously. ? ' Mr. Thonics Marriott obtained a good ' result from his last crushing out o£ the Victory, the yield being 17oz. retorted gold from 11 tons of atone. It is rum ored that Mr. Marriott is about to leave the ..district and ia letting...

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Mr. W. H. WOOD, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

Mr. W. 11. WOOD, M.P. Mr. Wood returned to town on Tuesday evening, after a forti ight'a tour through thaEdon pastior of the electorate, wherhe was cordially received, and delivered eevoral addressee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

Visitors to Sydnoy. will havo failed in , tbeir duty tO'themoelveo if thoy fail to see that truly marvellous production — tLe ' Cyclorarisa of Jerusalom-r-ncrr tho Rail way Station. No word-painting, how ever brilliant,, can, describe the realistic ' scene. ;Tiino ?an'd'.Gpaco. aro aanihililod, and you nro bronghfc faco +o froo %7ith the 'gsaatoat .tragedy tho woi'lt' brj over ? witnessed,' and soo resurrected ? n jity oL marble nrJacea, .tho cradlo p£ civilisation — tho Jloly City that bao lain, in ito tomb for nearly 2C0O yearo. It io coo o£ ' the ^^ ' sights of the century ' whero tho looker- s's-'- on atando spoil-bound. — Advt. ,vi ( ? , - )

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

? — v BEMT AL NOTICE MB. \f W. 8. jButrows Eepreeeating the Firm of Burrows and Burrows, OP COOTAMUNDEA, WILL VISIT * — 0» — . TUESDAY, APRIL 21et, — AT — Mr, Eeid9s Hotels , REMAINING UNTIL .APRIL SOtko ' An Appointment Wecessosy

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

??? ' SUffiil TSiiie'Tfebllc. - , ..-/ The following is the mail time table ob- ' \, eorved at the local office : — ^ ' t ? Mails leave Delegate eveiy Mondo-j , * ' r, Thursday and Saturday at *Z p.m. for , ' ^ Craigie, Nicholson's and Bombala, ro wh ing latter place at 7 p.m. ^ Loavo Bambala afc 5va.ia. on Sundays, Wednesdays and FrWaje, arriving at x 'f| Delegate, via Nicholuon'o and Craigio at 10.30 a.m. Leave Delegate every Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Gorrowong at 1 1 a.m., arriving at 1.80 p.m. Le.-ivo Currowong at 10 a.m. on Mon- ' days, Thursdays and' Saturdays, arming at Delegate at 1 p.m. % Leave Delegate every Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delegate on return overy Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p.m. - Leave Delogato at 11.80 a.m. on Sun day and 9.30 a.m. on Thursday, reaching Bendoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. oa Sunday aud p.m. on Thursday, Bouang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and d p,ia. on Thursday, and Orbost (Vic.) at G p.m. on Monday and 6.80 p.m. on Fr...

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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XXIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

, FXCTXOH. MARGUERITE'S, HERIiMlE; , ,, , ? Br Mnfl. Geobgie Sheldoh. CHAPTER XXIII. (CoDtinuod). He wpnt immediately from Professor Gardiner.to Constance. - /.:. ??; Hft found bor looking pale end worn, with groat dark circles - UHder,her eyes* which betrayed1 .the . xreV'pibg of the night. ( ' ^ .--'?' ???????? '.'? ???? ? ?' ,' __ iJShe smiled whon BheGfOued hat door t attd^saw'Laurencei hutco. s-'dly that it ( \ ' made' his heart ache, while he wan : '''alarmed to fc?l how - c't nrr3 dry wa« &!-'& ' . the hand eho gevo hita £t gtcatmg: i ?« I am afraid t*mt you «ro ill — that ' th© excitement of lc--- «ve.-ing was (o» rauoh for you {' ho card, no he 0eor''iied her face anxlouoly. , ? ' ' No,.I am not ill, but I did not sleep well. Como in, Lauranco, and lot mo show you ray baby,' oho nastily added, to turn hio attention from hpP.f at)d oall ing Alice to her, oh© made her abak« hands with 'him and wiob. him' pood ' morning.' Laurence fcold hf-r at onca tho nature ...

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POETRY. THE SIX HUNDRED. (The Cabinet has appointed 600 new Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

JPOETRY. - rrTBS SEE.HTJNDBED. -The Cabinet hoe -appointed 600 new Jo.P.) 1 If dm new beaV a, more new boats (Who has blandered P) ' Into the publio view ' i ' Came the six nundred. ' , v i How they the thing abuce, ; But ^yill one man refuse. Will ono of them so choono ' A* At... .1— t.MHJ-.J j V* . uiti uu. uuuuitiu r Drunks to tho right of thorn, Drunka to tho loit o£ thorn^ r D/tmkGinfronfroi thorn Want to bo plundered ; . High on tha boiichea there They will their knowledge air, ' And all tho P.Ma. scarce, Gallant euc hundred. , Joola to tho right of them,' Fools to tho left of them, ' Fools all ri-nnd them ' ' Need to bo bumbled. Theira not to make reply, Thoire not to reason why, , ' Theira bat to fine and fly, Noblo ois hundred. Stuck in tho country court, ' . How will tho now beafeo enosb, Giving tho bobbiea oporfc, ?At BOmo wbo'vo blunderod. Oh tho wild charge they'll make, \ Ob, tho ovidonco they'll take, How will tho Ifinyero quake, Ifoblo ais hundred, . Pkhht Podt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

WATCHMAKER. V , :Ai W^ ttardaker, PBACTICAi-W^.'T%aWB:EB, JEWELLER 1 (Nwrt door jtp^MJBa. W^lBonhp'-^reBsmaking ' Ert?bliahm?nt). Erery description of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, 4c., cleaned and ropairod. , Ail; -Wobs Quioklt ,and Neatly Executed. CHABGES TO SUIT THE TIMES. tSS' Note tha Addroso : - WI£uI_4M-'8TJlEET, DELEGATE. '. * ? Ailments Peculiar to Women. fXT ATJJBB has provided her own Natural , - X^(~Bemedies for the many ailmonto tbo humttn lazily aro subjooted to— which have been carefully and ukd.ully compounded into the „ MABXiNTY FAMOUS REMEDIES br jP»y)«wso? JSENRY WATEBHOUS&— Who give? hie Jfnowledgo and Advice Fuse op 4 CHAHastoallwipfr the ' * ; MARIANTY REMEDIES. ' * B/ jMpaosql Consultation or by Letter, at tils '' Conmltiflg ,C#»a» 891 EiDg-utrart, Sydney. ' « All lettera answered immediately and then 1 destroyed' x ' THE it KS.IK&1Y iTEMALE RESTORA TIVJ^POWDERS -Am tli* beefeeompound in the World for Weak Fwnaloa /Offering front Fluor Albaa, Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

': ? ; ,JrJPUBL-ld- NOTICE. ? * i €PJBRAL PLACKSMITH, 'r 'i :;: ji^' ? \XTI8BE8Jo notify Us ;???.' ???.? r*'f9jfa4!% » '?' vT- t-iV nway, Customers. ;*:-, , ' '?' ^:£j&)B£r -v' ' ?i2n'd*/the G*ne»al Public .'.' N '^g»5BV ????? that be has purchased, a ? ff-flnm*^ ^QEEY.cojnprioinR— Picks, ^Jv^3Ey|P Donblo end Sinslo Mat ^iK_R O&jpi tocku, H093. Axea, Plough %&m^ WgM WheplB and 8h ireo1 Monld ?f«*L^£»sv£--- Bdnrdo and Solo Plates, Waggon and Baggf Boxen, Bufruy Pnloo and 8hiwu.,.uomplDto with mountinga, and io now prepared to execute ALL ORDERS entrusted to his care on the Shortest Notice. All Repairs to Vehicles a Speciamtt. One trial will convince yon that - ? ? \\ ? ? laX.Eto . . ? ? i? in all branches of tho Trado. ;: ESTABLISHED 1879. ?/. . ? 1^— ? ; ? ?- :..' ;? DELEGATE SMITHY, : gibert ?; Watlmg, K '?'???????? &''' PRIZE fiORSE^SHOER 7 ' ^??' '''..:?'?? ? md ? '??';?'; ? ±M General Blaeks&tih, I^^Sprr.HiL'E ivtnrolni? thanks for the lib...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PSEQB2TEMAN. Mat 3. — Dalcgato. 11 j Qleumvv*, S. ? Matt 17.~Daknato,Xlj Wcillondibby 7. Eev. A. G. JIjchie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896

NOTICE.^ OWNERS OF 8T0CK an ewjuosted to tarat »t tha Ccaunerolal Hotel, Dale infa, on PEIDAY. the 1st Day of MAY, at 3 ' ' D.m. BosiaooB important D. OAIttBELL. School of Arts Hall. A MEETING o? LADIES will ba hold at J&. Eafbar'fl Sotnl on TUESDAY of toraooa, 2Sth insr.. at 0 p.m.. for tha pnrnosn of form ? in« a L&'tfca' Committco is connection with tha above Tj F0ED & Ci DAWS0N# Joint Sees. : Motice. . ? ALL PEE8O'N8 bavins? Stock jjtozinc In my piddoolr must rcraovo fcbom'on or before 10th May nesfc; Thosa not romovod on that date will bo char ed, horccs 2o, and \ ' eattte la par head por weak. : \l MATTHEW 8HAEP. \ 32nd April, 180G. : \ ? 11 J: y 'DMIIDGES. ' 'I , flTSENDEES si»o I crc'iy invi^a fo? PAINT JL fKG find EEPAIEII7O tho Dalei»nto PEESBYTEEtAN CHURCH. Gpaciucntiona yaoy fc» conn at tlr. Soot«*D Store-. T^nd^ra to b^ loctcd to fch« Hawaii, wfl on or4riftrn FRIDAY, tho 1st HAY tipsfe. Lowpo*; or any tondor not ticcofcsrily ' awapted. By order o...

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