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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
flews and Notes. In the present .disturbed 'condition of politioal affaiiB it is difficult for Sir Gco. Dibbs to Bit calialy - on tho. cushioned chair of tho Savings Bank. ' Mr. Lyne predicts that Promior Roid will be a protectionist within threo years. , ' A ccoro of prominent protectionists were once freetraders. Thooo includod ' - Dibbs, Barton, Seq, Slattory ond.Lyno. '/ Why shouldn't BIr. Reid bo etjually free 1 to change his coat ? The nost general election will bo tho 1 last to bo fought out on the ficoal ques tion, thonti goodne3D. After thon, feder ation will cot tho troubled tarifr spirit at - xeet. / ' At Blaynoy tho ojher day Mr. Oats i * '' died at tho ago of 100 ycaro and 8 r' months. Ho could ourvivo anj'thing but / ' ' the land tax schedules. - v The Queenaland olectiono aro over at last end tho ccoros road,- ? Jlinicterial 41, Labor 20, Opposition 6, Independent 3. The position in a critical division would 1 lead, Ministerial 50, Labor 20. A disastrous ezploaion occ...
BAIRNSDALE WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
BAIRNSDALE WARDEN'S COURT... The ' Bairnsdalo Newa ' aaye : — In tho matter of tho applica'ion of C. S. Burret and W. N. A. Christorwcn for the forfei ture of tho leaso of tho Clarkville Gold Mining Company, Mir.' Holmes, has for warded to tbo Minister of Mines n report ' of tho inquiry held/ by him on tho'lOth inet. The report states that the labur covenants have nover bten fully com plied with sinco tho issue o£ tho-loasti, but tho warden conoidera that both applicationo for forfeituro were prema ture; The ouBpenslon granted by tho Ufinoci TlAnn.rf.monf. fxvtiirnrl nn +\\c\ At\% March, and the applications wore mado on tho 4th and 7th March respectively, which, in hid opinion, did not allo\v ». Qufncleat time for the lessees to comply with tho covenants. Iri tho event of tho: i * Minister not coinciding with thia view, the warden finds that the applicants nro not in colluoioji with the loasoa aud that they are f-repared to carry on tho lease it v granted to them or either of them ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
? ? -' EHEUMATISM I ', ' ? ;- The Marianty Rheumatism Cure ! (JJUBE CUBE for BheramatJom/Sciatica, Gout, eto., io tho only B«al Permanent Cnroknonn. K3 It givea Belief in thrss. hotare, and effects a Cora in 10 to 40 tfaye,- according to the neverity of tho case. It haa no rival or equal. Hoo oared hundreds of the most hopalenq aaveg, and in a Godsond -to the poor sufferer. ' We corid udvico FJBBE. To those aoinjj tho HIAIMANTY CURE,— dOD^ despair,' bat sand dutailo o£ your Bufferings, and got a oupply of tho MAEIANTY CUBE. Wo have Tcafcimonialo from many who have boon lone Sufferer*— given np by Doctorf— who tsro now pormanontly . onrod. The MABIANTY EEMED1E8, under PROPESSOE WATEEHOTJSE'S Treatment, will cnro yon, V7hon all othe o foil. Tho MABIANTT CUBE is cent direct to any nddreso on receipt of Postal Ordoror Ofcatapo, carcfalfy traelred, and Post Free-^/e, 6/-, and 7/6 pep bottle, or threa'7/G bottles for £1} fell coarcD, 85a .' - '?^li^i^yiffifteiiiiiatisin' mi . Qmt Fills, '...
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
CONCERT. Bv advertisement ifc will ba aoen that the date of the R. C. concert io dellnitoly . fixed for 1 /5th Maj\ Mrs. Curtis and.. sMIgs Vider are working like Trojana to - make it a RUdcess. Besides tho treat of hearing Profeasor Mahony and tho vini torri from Hombola, eg well an tho brsfc ^ocal taloafc. tho tieoDlo v/ill havo iho pleasure of neoing for tho first time the protty ' Sse-Saw' ucane from the opera ' My Sweetheart,' by li'tlo children. A Booial will take pl-ico aftoc the concert, for which no oxtra charge will bo made. We are requfwted to state that Mr. l'ortar aud Mr. H. M'Grado havo kindly con aentod to act as Ms.C. for tho danco, for which good music will bo provided, ao : . ? tho people will enjoy a fir:-*t-claas even ing'o amuEomoiit for tho omall Bum of two Qhillingo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
1 ? *vit.V ^- , DISUSE BETJED ! . ' '-f \- « ' n HEALTH INSURED! ^ - v QLEMENTS TONIC Vu ' fl , ij HOLDS THE RECORD. ,, t * $ 'J l ** ' Moro litres aavod by ClomsntB Tomi'c ') } l t , u i- ' ' than by ajl other moclioinoo combined) i fr , ' ^ L GENUINE ARTICTE ' *', . P0MMAND3 SUCCESS. ___ ^ ' '- CLEMENTS TQNIG » ' « ''»', IS GENUINS. ' CLEBIENTS TjONIC , IS SUCCESSFUL. t ' , 1 READ THE EVIDENCE. Mm E. Meil49» Ycco-roacl, Goulbuia, N SjW., -who -writes caJuno 5tV 1893 : — i ?- Ijhavo-ba^c. £p.eat invalid from silver t ^ c^m$&\nb$QXM&.VTeiho*ot yoara^ SjTnpr v '' , ^ '^ toniQ.-r-o\ti'i»po t70a!mcs3s, a clicking-eonf ' ' f ei|ti9nf di^-inp^?, wiint of clcsp, and-bot i v eycat'i cud tbon gq attf1' o' chUls, I | Ji^vo t jcd ', lot of flacfi^in ™ dn uiy time^ f l f ^ btpth dootore1 and patent, ' ii c^a cay I * havo derived mtaj bencfi. 'icnr tho- «bo ^ o£C)opic)rt2 Tonio thin -ll ttp jQcJitaE(ea , / I have talicm Uii-3''itr- l*£zz\ c^to t»o -? ^ ' hapjfy tn qc^c* ^roi» '*...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
Alpine Stores, . M J ' c 1 . ?!- »£ y I J '? ? ^^^^r^^H ^^^^t ^^^F^Mr^ ^Bf^^A ^^M^^^L T^^^^^^k GENERAL STOREKEEPER. I ' ' ' 1 ; r' ' : ? (Established 1875.) A LARGE AND ^Etl^SEEpCTED ^6^K OP ♦ . ' ' r Drapery, &rpcery, Ironmongery, &a, TO CHOOSE FROM. * ' i i i » . _, . *-- y i ' i;» ' T \ Only First-class Goods kept in Stock I 'tilt Ira rlftwIlS ' . n AMD &LL rlliSlM: PIANOS- bT'ER ' u^^''-1'' i''j *. Tti^ ? t ?/;«.' ' - GOOD ? Senct for Illustrated Catalogue1. - ^ « . Our Prices oro very low far strictly firfet class Tfanos for Prompt Cash.or Time j ' Payment i , - , JCi.g- 1 Ha Y - \/Jl[\3lAM»g- * The Best Tone and ,Mo'sfc TlolmMc.', - v From, iB7' upwards. BRASS BAND and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; THE; BE^E-J^rEB AB0US ^UB'^HijI)1 AT B$iiQif£ -m$£i- tflHTRSDAY MORNING. , I
SUB-INSPECTOR BYRNE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
SUB-INSPECTOR BYRNE. „,;. We know tho news will bortcaived with regret that Mr. Sub-Inspector Byrne haB been notified of hia removal to the Young district. A removal hao bean sought by Mr. Byrao on account of the ill-health or1 hio con. Ao the Young district is liliely to suit him battor tnan any otner, and being vacant, tho opportunity was taken by the Sub-inopsctor to apply. Mr. Byrne'o many yearo of faithful Esrvics.in this district has boon much appreciated, and the xemovai io regretted, yet with the hopo of roliof to young Mr. Byrne's illness. Mr. Byene'o ouccsscor is Mr. Suh-Inopoctor Corne'o, who io just taking up work again attar 12 ntontbo' leave of absonco on account of ill-health.— -Mon- AEO MEECUKY. ,
A WEIGHTY CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
A WEIGHTY CALF^ Mr. R. Liddle, of Comitville, sends us partioulaia of a calf slaughtered by him last . week, the weight of which was phenomenal. It .'was calved in the first week of April, 1,895, hnd was therefore litty-tnree wesus old, ana wnon Hulea and droosed turned the scales at tho re markable weight of 4701bs., giving an average gain' por week oince ito birih of 81b. I8oz, The calf weo bred -by1 Mr. Liddle, and was of the Shorthorn or Dur ham class. Mr. Liddle is one of those' persons who astimatea the carrying capa bilities of hio land, end stocks it ac cordingly, and the result spoako for itself, and proveo what can bo done, ovon in unfavourable osneono, by judicious man agement. .???*????'.?
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
CRICKET MATCH. The return match, Tombong v. Dolegate, will bo played at Tombong on Satqrday, The following team, who will represent Delegate, are reijucatad to ba on the ground at' 11 o'clooli . oliarp, at. which houi' ploy: commioicca :— Messrs. Wood (2). Ilsadiag, Martin, Bawson-, Kobby, Stutohbury, Watson, C. Walcott, : Coote, M* Donald, Ford. Any o£ tho abovo who may bo unablo to mato it couvenieot to be present, will Uindlj' communicate .with tho oocrotary (Mr, C. Davreon). On ttie oswaflion of ^.tho ^ last match playe-l at . '; ;; Tombong ,' bbtwpeh these teams, Mr. ; °; Goodman gavaaaUyar-niQantad.pipe f-ir ;- the highest Bcorer ea either oid^, which was appropriated by Mr. W. E. Connor, but aa he is pno of .thoiiX) who doos , »'t find solace in the fragrant wue'd, Mr. Goodman substituted it with a sploadid cane-handled bat, of the value of 80u. - i '?
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
OURSELVES. Tnnlaot issue of the A nous s completed our cecond quarter, and subscriptions are coneoquently now duo. Taking into con sideration the very unfavorable season through, which wo aro pasainp wo cannot u&puu& uatiioEaeas xrom ail our patrons, but at the came timo wo would reapoct fnlly request thono who are ?n a position to pay to forward tho reapoctivoamountH duo to uo at Choir earliest convenience. The cumocro only small oneo, yet they roproBonfc a good largo total, and would be very cccoptaWo juob now, as a news paper, like all other businesses, cannot bo conducted without capital,
CHURCH CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
, GHURCII GREEK BRIDGE. With reference to hia: eommunication. urging the ervction of a r bridge over, CJhurch Creek, on the road leading from Bombalato Delogate, Mr. W. H. Wood, M.P., hao received a reply from the Undor Secretary and Corainicaionor for Rpada to tho effect that an amount for the purnoaa will bo eubmitted for con sideration in connection with' the noxt Eotimateo.
Mining Items [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
Miming;: Items.-1-1' » Rich gold specimens' Have b'eeh' taken ' into C 'bar by a prospector named Parker from a place 15. .miles north of Mount Dryadale. A slight rush has ta'-en placf) and six claims nra; already pegged out iii the vicinity. ^\Ieii are hurrying to tho. new Hud. The reef is' reported to be 2ft. wide, and id composed of quartz arid sandstone. The largest single cake of cnld evr-r turned out ot Wyalong ^ as produced on ' Friday. The Welcome Snangor Com pany cleaned up a cimhing of 390 ton* - for 1246ozs^ of retorted gold. A few , . ounces more are expected from the silver, which will make the average shunt Za/. - ? 4dwt per ton. It ia likely thut the cake will bo exhibited in Sydney. A Sydney syndicate are in negotiation for tho pur chase of the Welcome fcitranger and ad- ? , joining properties. i On Saturday afternoon a nugget weigh ing.loz. 14dwt. was unearthed in an ^ alliivin] -haft on tho Adahill, Barmed man, hy George James The nugget wa^ won at a depth o£ 10ft....
NEW PUBLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
NEW PUBLICAN. Mn. C. Evans, who for several yoara was in charge of the local police station here, and lately of Cootamundra, has resigned from the force, and purposes entering into business ia Delegate, having leased tho Northumbarland Hotel (lately con ducted by Mr. Toms) which wo under stand will ba open fop business ohorfiy. Mr. end Mr-. Evano aro well ond favor ably known here, and , from his genial disposition 'Mr. Evans uhould make a good boniface. Wewioh him success in his now venture. ;
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
;v-'VvCurrfent;: ?Topics. . Fbomoub Sydney Cohbk8poot)ent^' The electors 6f-; Queensland haveroturned ; thei^clectionearing verdict, and the- re sult is interesting in ; the extreme. The Tory administration returns to ^power with a total strength of 41. Labor, is entrenched to.'the number af'20 members', ; The Opposition is represented by, ^ six legislators, and the electors reposed fai th- in three professedly -independent states men. . Thore is. ouch a deep line, of de marcation between the L ibbr men nnd the Oppositionists and Independents that no coalition is possible among the three faotions outside the Ministi-rial ranks. The Labo~r party by their tactless conduct of the campaign practically swept the Oppositionists aside or drifted them to ?wards' -the Government. Had. ths Oppo sition and the ultra-RadiealD combined their forces, under a programme of Liberalism, there is little doubt the presont administration, would have besn demolished; but the leading lights of Labor shrie...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
CHURCH OF ENGLAND CONCERT. The annual concert in connection with the local Church, of England eventuates to-morrow evening1, whon a really first class programme will bo dispensed, the fact of tho namo3 of a number of tho songo not having coma to hand provent ing its insertion. Tho cervices of the leading local talent, as well ca vocaliste from Bombala and olcowhero, have boen secured, and thosa who favor the pro moters with their patronago should hove no cauco for rogrefc. The cricket club intend holding1 a. dance after tho above concert, at which a nominal chargo will bo made for admis sion.
A Labor League Dispute. MESSRS. SLEATH AND M'DONNELL AT WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
? A LalttOF EiCagiae Mspmte. MESSRS. SLBATH AXY- M'DONNELL AT WILCANNIA A'^EtEGRAAi from Wilcanuia, dated Wod nefiday last, saya : — ' There ia a fresh. move in tho dibputo botweon the Bourko branch, ol tho Laljor League and Mr. Sleath, M.P., member, for this district) ♦ Mr. M'Donncll, secietaiy of the Buiuke 1 branch, has been vibiting WiLctijinin and district for the last ten rtu;ys, holding meotinga, and motions moie oi less of ceusuro on Mi Sleath ha\o been paaf-ed It came ab a suiprke n Moiid.xj m au ing when Mr. Slo^th anivcd on the scene. Last niprht a c-owded meeting was held in the liij u Theatre Tlio Mayor occupied Iho ihnii. Mi Sleuth bpoke foi ovc two hours. IIio xomarKo were principally confined to ovpoaing'he x internal workings ' i tht JiomUe bm eh, cutici^ing Mi. M'Do mill, m i Mi Aituui Eae, aud the ' \N miui ' mil us i duo . He cii icia«d at len_rtli thx bal iiicc-sbeet oi tho Uouilce bian h and used voi,j strong langu»S° 'x icldung to the eue tary of tho Wilcanmu ...
Original Poetry. Shadeofdickens. April 14th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
[?] :7v^iO*;iV-:-VJ..---:r\t''1^M^fifea^f^oteiiB,-.V-:j.---.- ' :' 0-v .:?'?? y. : ??. 'o;'-.''- -?''?' 'April .'Uth, 1806. ? ' ' , . I'ni teaohiBg in ai scboolhouao. oituatod in the And the ohildron I*m instructing aro tlio bittorostofpille; ti.« ~™« r^vm tAicna thorn calmly, vatu thorn i pGrG0vorcnforyc-!.rs, . ' Will hLoly die o lunatic, or oloo duoolvo in \ ' Tho boyowoW to Trjtaro, and tho girls bio ,' littlo Tnrkc, Tho toucher can't R°t credit « you -?uiro lum byhia -orKc. Y Tbo bsyis ht-vo v/oodon nodaks, not adapttd 11 And Iho way tb -y mowo*. queotiona would ma!ro a Cb.rLtic.Ti xc?o. Tbo rirlu tVy xauddl', mudalo; tlioy put down Doi?'h.n for tons, I i , Wbon they vrito m copy booU thoy opoilall ' my b'-fc pone ; . 1 ? Thoy'vo tho nroc'-c-t drpoaitionc that land nature ovo?bimo; ) \ ' 'rnoBgb. I c~,u Leon my tompoj I m et-rlms ' | now totwo. ' To bco tho boya play cucLofc would rffgravato a Scint, . Tho rules tiioy Iiavo for fjotwnjj out would msLo r, b-,t 'ic j feint. Tho i...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
^^;.::l:?:;Geiife^^lfiihfilliS.i ?? — ~~*~- — ~~t;.w '?-???? '? ;? Across- the ?~BoBpBH;'!-^^n..-i Sa'turday week last! Customs- Officer' Curlewis, of Omeb, mustered at, the* Groggan: about 150 head- of cattle, which- had crossed thV border from New South Wales without paying. stock tax. The cattle are owned ' by several people. on the N.S.W. side of tho Murray. ? ?..,.. ! .-. a i^rilous JiiXPEniENcn.— Nowe- from' Rockhampton (Q.) statos that a boating' accidont-occurroii atiEmu Park on Satur day. Billy Smith, a fisherman, Henri' Clarke, William Wiluie, and two blacks .were ? returning from Keppel Islands, when they were caught in a squall, and their boat capsized. Tho whito men clung to tho bottom of tho boat, while the blackfellows struck out for the shore, which they reached after an hour and a. half' of hard swimming. Search parties atonco went out, and returned with all tho men, after a perilous experience. . Wheat Fitoir San Francisco. — A. con signment of 41,449 bags of wheat...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 April 1896
Items :©f gp.©F:'. . There is now quite a boom in the turf. This is due to tho recent exhibition of. straight racing. The .anti-gambling enthusiasts will be dismayed at the present boom in turf matters. ? It is noted that the Governor and party nevor miss a race meeting, at Randwick. The Australian cricketers are almost in sight of England's shore. The cable will sh rtly ipundate us with .Australian and English, cricket in telligence. \ ?:??-. '??? r .. . ' ' Mr. . Victor ? Fovj. of Parkes, has pro mised a 100 guineas Cup for competition at the next Parlies race meeting.. ?.??'?' Ruenalf has been released from stud duties ,and? is now among -Key's' pets The son. of ..Grand,- Flaneur will be got ready for some coming events. Courallie has been purchased .by Mr. Uphill for 600 guine'is. . His destinition is probably India. ' Ho . was bought by his 'lata owner for 60 guineas as a two j ear-old. ?.-.;' ?.? ? .?/--.?.????????.:??? ?' ?'?'' Newhayen; who changed; hands . tho other:day for...