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Meeting To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

. Meeting To-night; ? "We again bog (OT.omiud; our' 'ina'dars5 ofl the preliminary auti-Cliiuese maeting that ia to be hold tu-ni^lit in tho long room of Mr. John O'JLSiioa'a .'Imperial Hotel. The object of this gatlwringjM to talce,!s:eps lor . tlio holding of " a" large anti-OliinBse publio meeting, <»ud HS.tbeie is .a,t present <a vury strong feeling aguinst the .'Mongolians, no doubt there will be a, large atten!daiice. ^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 19. Before Messrs. Jones and Mullaly. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

COOTAMUNDHA NEWS. (PUOM OVU OOHSBSrONDENT). POLIOE~OOUHT. TUESDAY JULY 19. Before, MOBBI s. Jones and Mullaly. Soaraiit v. Blackburn.-Wages, case. Amount claimed £8 3/4.-Mr. Healy for diftmdant.-During, the hearing of this case dne-';witness,Mr. MeKinley, objected to being sworn, abeprdiug.'to that passage, in the 5th chapter of St. Matthew, which savs; "Swear: not at nil." When asked what rolic;inn. he professed ! he' said - he was a .Ohristadelphian.'' ' HeL would make, an affidavit.': . He stated : I am a contractor engaged on Mr. Howell's now building, and know that Soarant worked fur Blackburn off and on, and was paid every week ; Sea rant complained to.; me onqe, a few .days before be luit, thafrdefendant had not paid him ; I . know that Blackburn paid him money . nearly, every: w.eek, and,; bought, clothes for him; which I saw him : wearing! '-Mr. Murdoch, bere aaked' the bench' to allow hirri to ask « 'fuw questions on belialf' of complainant.-Verdict, £5 3/4.; cos's of cour...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

:.im*r<>Foofbail/' ' " . . ,Mr. D. D. Moou has received a letter from the,S?. Leonard's club notifying that they cannot.mHniiga to.Ret .a .teaoi, .to.:meet the Goulbuin club .op Satnrday next. ' Tlie um'tcK has for: .-the present: fallen tlirougli.",'Xt .is to bo' lioped that the fate whioli the itoB mat'Las' nothing to do! in,,the,, way..of jBrin||iog',y abp.iitv.'itlio; diffioulty. which, has1 iirisen ' in the matter ofgotiing a 'tejim together.A practice .match will ba! played ou'tije ground next Saturday. .'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. [FROM A CORRESPODENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

YASS NEWS. . [HlOU A 00 U BESrON I) EN 1.] STOOK PASsmo.-Ou last Friday Mr. Hue sell, of Braid wood, delivered 100 Cat bullocks to Air. McKenssie, fur Cootamundra and Tetnoro, On Saturday morning 120 prioie bullocks from Beuison brothers of Braid wood, passed through Ynss to Murrumburrah for Melbourne; Mr. Kenneth Ross in charge. On Wednesday morniug, 500; sheep of superior qualitv were trucked lor the Syd ney market by Mr. Sel, Feiblirooke, to agent in Sydney. These were.from the separate stations of Messrs. James Brassie, Peter Thompson, junior* W. Taylor, and also one lot from S. Hall, of the Yass dis trict. On last Wednesday week, 150 cows belonging- to Mr. P. Donnelly, of Bywoug, near Gundaroo, passed through Yass en. route lor WuggaWngga. On next Satur <Jay, Mr. Waters, butcher, of Yuss; will truck 00 heavy weight bullocks for the. Melbourne market. These latter have been specially picked,, from the well-known fat tening paddocks of Mr. Johnstone, , of Nanima. 'Aoni...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Hospital Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Hospital Mems JBijrlh in ih^Goulbum/HoapitaL-iOnlast Monday n'igbit tlio population, of the city, reeeiVed'rin ibor'ease':tllt6u«h:;tli0 birsb of'a fine boy at the bospitil. TW youu^stor i« lie.ilihy, aud doing, very.,well <.under,! the !bir,c;um8taii^i''ibut,^tb.e .recent iand present' condition! of tlie mother, are ifar. from being' lortu!nat&'.{<''<Heifv nam#' is' MrsV'.Qlow,; she, 1 belongs to;Sydl/oyy.and'for some, ticnf)', un'til, nbout:i'2. weeks/ago, '.,'sbe. 'rcsjdjld - jyith- bar husband whm was Vmployed on the Nur randerii-Hay ^railwuy line. They at (liat ci'ime'oame toG-oulbtito to Beek employment ? but the man could ,not .obtain^ auy.in^ tbo oity, 'and had togo'a'way ag'ain ' to' try else where if-hei would. boimore tortuna'te|7hiii' wife remaining iri-Q-oulbutri"where she'sup ported herself with a-small amount o| ?aviiigs aFd her;own\r(»boui; jvlulet Sble to> work. Aoout-five wo'eks ago, bowdWr, slii'o was reduced to oimpIete...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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SAD BEREAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

SAD BEREAVEMENT; AN. inquest was held at Mr. D. McCallum's XTuion Olub Hotels Sloaue-streef., last avail ing, : befor6 MV7 Af',M. Betis, coroner, on the body of Gertrude M. Cumbourne, 26 ypurs1 of age,i wife of; William 'IVOurabourrie, draper, of Auburn-street, (ioulburn. It appeared that Mrs. Otimbourne w«s on her wayVJi6mQ^Troin.,'Mr."*'GHl'e,8,- Grafion Bireot,lon Tuesday, night,, nud, tnking nud ;denly ill, she'went'ihta tho'hbuse of a Mrs. Williams, wjiere ishe died yesterday morning; Doi oii&tfd hod bean apparently in hor usual -hoiUb'''upTtp tl)e,7timo yrhen she com plained at Mrs,?,Willianiif'fl.J' . Mr. Oumbourne deposed that deoeased had .been ^complaining slightly pnTtiepday rriorn' iq'g, and he advised 'her 'to hayoV'a walk jn tliuajfternoon, which she did; she hid tea about 6 o'clock, and seemed quite well, ''making a hearty tea ; later he and'deceased' iwentj to Mr. Gale's, ?where he. left her; he roturped for ,her about and, when ,a lew: ydVds frod5 ;Mr/. Gale...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

MASS WILl. BR O FA, Eli HA TBI) AT QOULBOBN DI8TKIOT. July 34-Grabber) Qullen, Collector, Marulan. : Confirmation at Stg. Peter ami Paul's Cathedral) (ioulbnrn. Sunday, 31st July, YASS MISSION. Oinniuderra, Sunday, July 21' ' ' Binaloug, Sunday, July 31 Gundnroo, Snort'iy^ August 7.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

LEOPOLD WEISSBERGEE, Vc\ By ROYAL AUTHORITY fkANTT7ACTURER OF CIGARS, And ihe.Wriginal/IToSmceOIlist in Goulburn IS Til AN'KF.UL jo ths Public for tho last five yi»r'« Putroiitige. L,W. Is ooQtinii'tlly keeping tho Bust Imported Quitlitiss of American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4s. per lb. Out Tobacco, Leaf nnd Negroheud, from St Gd. per lb; J ' Home Pressed Tobaccoes, from 2B. Cd. per lb. American Bulk SuulTa, plain nnd scented, 6d. per ounce. i Imported'and Home-made (from imported leaf) Cic»r», from 10s. Cd. |>nr lOOi Real Mecrclittum Pipes,' plain and carved,* |from 4t. to 45si escli. . . ? 1 ? ? Imitation Meerchaum, plain and carved, at low .rices. . Wigzel Sour Cherry, Briar, Myall, and Ross runt l'ipea,'amber and horn bits, plain and carved, {rum Cd'. to Cs, each. A variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipes, Id. to Gd. each. And an Assortment of, Smokers' Requisites too numerous to mention. Both givo a call, and a trial solicited. Wholesale and Retail for CASH. C3T As tho h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

-/TP-;-1 ~~T-^ ArEEicrrsr calendae. P*y& Week* BuNDAr'::.l Mondny.'i Tuesday .. I.'; WodnuBday., Thursday,,,, Vridny BHt»rrittyr.rty M.'oiith." July 17 18 .. .? '19 20 21 22 vr;- 23 '7 3 7 3 7" 2 7 2 .7 1 -7- 1 7 0 Bun aett. 1),' m. 9 10 10 11" C 12 r, is , MOON'S PHASE. XtaBt'Quarter; 18th July, 3.S8 p.n

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. PltOpUOB. SYDNEY, Tuesday. On^be^^nryes to-day prime j,>r<jen luo me is soiling at £3 to, £3 5/; medium samples, £2 10/- to £2 15/- per ton. There is a good supply ofhay.forward and business very dull; tnnize 2/9 to 2/10 j'oats, 2/6 to 3/- per bushel; Warrambool pota'oes, £4; Now Ztmlaud do, £3 l5/-(io £4{..Circular Head do, £4 15/ < er to,rj; .Vieti rian onions, £10 to . £10 10/ do chafl',i£5 per too, bags included ; butter in kegl'Dd'to'1/6 per lb ; egt?s, 1/4 to 1/6 per di^en'-''bacotii'3d to 6d ; cheese,- 4d to 8d ; ifa.m, 6$, to 84; honey, 3d to 4d; lard 4d to ifid ; beeswax,. 9d to lOd per lb ; millet: broonia, il0/-: por dozen. Flour Market.-Flour is moving steadily, with no great; demand) as- the -buyers will1 not operate unless in aotual need. Holders of good brands are, firm v Prices are for Sydney superfine-flour, £12 ; household, £11.; eeoonds, £10"per ton ; Victorian flour, £11 10/- to ,£12 ; New South' Wales country brands,'£11 r15/...

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Extending the Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Extending the Trade. AccnrJinn; to the Wagga Advertiser, pne day Inst week/Mr. Phillips; of the Commer cial H6tel, sont a friend of hie in Sydney some very fine river lobsters. He wis agree ably surprised to hear froth his friend that the lobsters had been put into the freezing ruqtu' of the Ouzoo, wiih the inteutiou of having theni conveyed home as a present to thu Lord Mayor of Loadon. Mr; Phillips im-^ mediately determined, in the. .plerest of the ; district,^ypon seuding home some cod, kan-, garoo tails,' aud wild'- turkeys. With the assistance of Mr, Croaker, who communioa ted .with a friend of liis at Tirana, a couple of fine wild turkeys have: been!-procured, und these wilLba depatohed< ivith- kangaroo tails and codfish, if tho latter can be, pro-, currJd.??

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Fact in Natural History. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

! . , A Fact in Natural History. A friend of ours, the other day, observed a laughing jnokass sitting on u Stump with between one and two yards of snake bung ing from his mouth ; fearing a case of choking, he went up and relieved jaekey of liis ioouinbranco,- drawing out about ft foot of the roptile which the bird bad managed to snjullow. Tbo snake measured over five feet. Whether jack would have in course of timefoianaged to ingurgitate this delicious ropust, ,or how long it would have taken to do it, is not known,, but must be left to pro fessors' of natural history to determine. Manning River 'i'imes.

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A "New Paradise." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

A '-New Paradise." ' A ;r«ther .wild project has (observes the East Chafrlfo'ti Tribune) lately taken possess ion, of-the heads-of many of the nortlirwe.it farmers-namely, a scheme for the coloniza-' tion :o&6lielnQin^abited/p.prUoX^o|'j-Weslejrj Australia. It would appear that the land 'laws of thnt colony are above nil .oilier .oolo "nies | surpassingly, :Hberali';;a^ areas ,qf;.land . can, be .taken,; up jfor. a ymertj. nominal sum; - This:fact having oome to, tHe, knowledge of l the farmers ,in; the8e;: parts, miiny have, within: theilaBt week or;tw,o(,been, proposing to form companies^!), occupy this new paradise, the great draw ,being the-low1 rate at wiiiuh au enormous quVntily of land' can be seoured. "* .......1'. '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Frozen Meat Export. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

'Jkl ' Frozen MeatiExport..! . A luoohpon w«8 given im board ilie,Orient' atetiinsh'i'p Owitj'pp.xi on Tuosdicy'to miirk the otoasion cjf/ibo first shipment'of frozen)meftt by one of the orient ;Ble»cner<»-.(the Cuzoo) .from, the-,Orange meat company V works. A. largo- number ofcgoutletnen .interested"tin' t ho. trade;of,iliorport were prcsont and >an uuine hopes of the suucesn of the frozen, meat, export 'radewere-expressed. The company 'afterwards visito.l the Ouzeo, on board .of whicli vessel" there'arev 140 tons of frozen' meft'i consisting ofcabout '4000 ;S.h'eep, ;;J0,0 ' bullocks (representing 400 quarters of. beef) wild ,tur!«'eys, ox touguos; kangaroo' taila,' and other sun jrios. ; One , part,of, the ship ment is a consignment'of A-ustralian game, sent jas apresenttd the Lord ; Mayor of; . London,1

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Another Sad Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Another Sad Death. On' Tuesday senior-constable' Nelson, of Bungendore, telegraphed to senior-sergeant Oornett that an old . man, aged 70, named Eriward Mkttin Obillicott, employed us a tutorjatMr. Pute'r Mellyu's, near Brouk'w Oroak hud been found on the previous'lduy ou the roadside id an insentibl« state, and died about 9 p.m., after being taken to his home. The telegram slated; that he bad that evening left. Mr. Gold's inn, at'.Gun-, dii'iod, for his home, and w.is found ns, des cribed. The pause of his death was not known:-dueanbeyan A.(je. *

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Fatal Accident A man named; Michael .Oupaingljam-w^sj futiud ou the [Canberra road, uear Mr. Pal mer's pates,;.,]ate; on Sunday ninbt, by George Flint, who -happened io be coming iowaids Queaubeyanv?0Cunningham >,was insensiblo,. and apparently nearly dead. Flint reported (the - in a tter. to t liapoli 09' who .proceeded;to [the spot, indicated, tailing1, "a. horse and,cart i.withijtliem.,Thejr^foundjh'e''' man . still alivo but perfectly unconscious,', 'and brought him;tb tbe\Queanbeyair. Hos pitnl, where Dr. Richardson attended liiiu, , and fcmnd he Ava's satferibg from concussion 'of' tlio brain. He was beyond recovery,and died^boutO o'clock on Monday morning', dn'liour after his admission to aho, hospital. ,The deceased had left town on Sunday night in company with a man uamoii^'ohn ^lorris He was riding'V;'bor8V3tifoh!wa8?kpownl.to be aj fidgaty.^.'djiugerous^ brute, tmdthad often been advisecl1 Aiqf l>i0''0.arafqI"^>"f'tb0ni. mal.j Morris says thatMie heard Uie deceas...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Forgotten Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

The Forgotten Dead. . Ia a little cemetery, adjoining the (own of Molong, long since .out .of use, and now grown-.over with rank weeds, lie some of the " rude forefathers of the' hamlet," amongst others, a brother .of England's greut commercial reformer, Richard Cobden. A qiiMrior of a c-ntury ago, Oobden kepi aa an hotel, the house now occupied by Mr. H. S. Uetts, J.P., and old identities say he was one' of'"'the good old" Bort." No\r, alas! not a slab marks his ;re8iing-place; ahd, liko many others of the earlier grave-yards of the colony, the spot where ho and oth»r pioneera'of Molong lie, is a neglected waste.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Murderous Attack. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Murderous Attack; A abort time since Mr. B. Palmer, bro ther-in-law of Mr. A. M. Bolts, was nearly being the victim of an attempted muider. Mr. Palmer is a squatter residing in one of the northern districts of Queeusla-id, and had a Malayan native in bis service. lie bud camped in a fly tent about twelve miles from I'oimerville, and went to rest as usual. Some time during the night the Malay got to tbe teut stcaltbilv riud began feeling at Mr. Palmer's throat; be then struck him heavily on the bead with a tomahawk, but fortunately tbe directness of the aim was j interfered with by tbe instrument coming in contact with the fly, and ihe blade of it glanced in a different direction from tlie top of tbe bead ; but it made a severe wound upon the forehead, nearly scalping the gen tleman and almost cutting otf one of his ears. The would-be murderer made bis escape gcod immediately after, and as soon as Mr. Palmer was slightly restored he went into Pahnerville for medical assistance and to...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Demon Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

The Demon Drink. A' vory narrow escape -from.-a terrible I death, wasexperienced uu Sunday by a ainn in the employment of Mr. Samuel Noedham, of Houlihan's Crook. A party of youths were in th>U lnoajity on that day, and onor^, a son of, Mr; Beeson, bootmaker-we';it - tb; Needliam's house.On knodlsiug' at S tlie door, he could not make anyone hear, .'.but he fancied that he.heard a groaniugi( sound, insiilo the building. Upon looking in . at one'of the Windows, l?e saw a maif lying in front of the fird "with pnrt of, his clothing in flames. Heat once burst-open the dour and jtoreoff, tho 'burning garments, ancl placed the man, who was insensiblo from the offsets of drink, on a bunk in the^roomv The: mnn' to iiil: appertrano a /hadi 'suffered, but.slightly.from the.fire,-.but his,.presort tion front death, was only, due to the, npptir-' tune appe'aranoe of yoiing Beesou.-Wagga Express. ..'V.. :v;

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

£2000 WOETE : 0T \ " ; MUST. BE ptKAKED AT,. ,, ,, Cpst Price! dost Price ! R E. EYAN'S ? n , , WELL-KNOWN ' CHEAPDRAPERY SHOP, ' ' STREET, : TO ^eduoe {the LARGE STOCK. , A GRAND OPPORTUNITY1 TO BUY Winterl:.Qobifls.'.vV:' P; R. RYAN'S "? j Por OVERCOATS P.iR. RYAN'S , j Por' MEN'S. CLOTHING P. R. RYAN'S ' ^ ^ ; j v , ; Por . BOYS' SUITS p.: R. RYXN'S S Por BOYS' OVERCOATS P. R. RYAN'S :v 7 , ; j Por GOOD CHEAP HATS P. R. RYAN'S ?' . Por LADIES' CLOTH JACKETS P. R, RYAN'S = ^ . Por: LKDIES' SILK UMBRELLAS P. R. RYAN'S. . I ' Por CHEAP WINCEYS P. R. RYAN'S .. V ' 1'':^'::;,^ ' <' | Por CHEAP PLAIDS P. R. RYAN'S c_; ; - .v- v. Por HOMESPUNS1 P. R. RYAN'S, ' ; Por CALICO P. R. RYAN'S , ' , , 7 4V: ? , ; " " ' ' . Por SHEETING P. R. RYAN'S ; ,lr : Por BLANKETS P; R. RYAN'S j " ' Por PLANNER THE HOUSE - I Por WHITE SHIRTS Tiri .HOUSE . : | Por COLOURED SHIRTS 'THE HOUSE ";,,r"ir 'J:> ?<.. .l;,: , Pou ^RIMEAif',, SHIRTS THE HOUSE I. . ' ^ -T for GENT'S TIES; THE,...

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