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Robbery at Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 July 1881

Robbery at Gundagai. A most daring robbery was committod,.in Gundagai on the evening of Friday- last. Whilst Mr. J. B. Elwoi'iby and his family were at tea, between half-post 6 and 7 o'clock, someone frained an.entrance.to tlio stationer's, shop, aud abstracted a cash box from the iron safe behind tlio counter, which, at the time, wrisunlockod. The box contained about £25 in money, sundry ohnques and £800 worth of promissory notes, besides several memoranda aud papers belonging to other people. No clue has yet been- discovered nor : have tho police auy suspicion of the propetrator.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

uu I-'LATEST;:' VB¥> >. i Thej -misunderstandin g,, w.hicLi,'. arose'.',. bg tweeniithev Noitin'ghatnn contingent:..of;;';tbp orjijket 'team'tbat iia being' foi;mod ' to visit ayj &ndj ^Ho'" :ir.eet! 1 ,S>f ** th e .; m'om in regjWd'^ty!'^ inoved.iiitie ^Nottingham /players...baying ,3"jONdON,';2<>V' , K'i ©leVParisia^ yfrpmj'a''W.iitbr iamipp,; in,in-',;; j. . i-; i UmA BqrioUa fire.has oooured^nt GavADjiW^iou is attributed to the Ribbonmod.'-A They murcjered a umirrinmod Lynch. .... rv. ! DonJcJrlbs, foluimant tm'the. throne of . Siitvin, ;;,whowas roceptly, expelled,, from lYiinofl'by orilo.r of' tlio Govern merit. on' 'ac count of oortarh^rLcgitiiniflt intrigues in vbio^h^wa^'jranofrnad^^B'Ziqw^ in London.: A man' ya'inod'!Hioti:iSl baa' b'eeri*arrested, j ^ith'lotteraiinbit'pohBessidniwliioli tend to: implibale.him. io.tbe.mu r.dejf 'ToLAI r. ,^qste r LONDON, July 19. In (ho House pf Commons to-njght, Mr. Gladstone wna questioned with reference to...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. Bllef, then ji and wlint'i »b» nswi V'-Kin} John. Curls of Smoke,-False ringlets, A black tie- A nigger wife. A seizin' ticket-A warrant for arrest, Sesfere frosts are being experienced in Goulburn.; . ' Football'match-Goulburn v. Yass-20th next month. The military force in Ireland comprises about 35,(100 men. Would'you call an alderman a ghost if you saw him a-goblin ? The Detached Squadron leaves for Auck land on Saturday next. 1 The price of potatoes in Victoria is fall ing ; they are £2 ,10a now. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. W. T. Carobuurne in his recent sudden boreuro zrie'ot. ' Why is a shoeblack like a clever school master? Because lie polishes the under standings. Foot-race for £10 a-side-Skelton versus Clark-Saturday, 30th instant. £5 already deposited., A,.matoli came off yesterday between two peds. named Murroy and Doyle. Re sult-a ^ie.' During the.past six months 885 Chinese have passed;, through Grafton qn route to New England. , . The Princes wero not...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

,3KA.BHAMENTAI^^J; "** " WEDNESDAY,-r20V "iNthailiegislative Ootmoil~ ; on;f V,; 5 ;f -MtsBBKps jsvoro rBCPiyi!d,''frorn' thoiLesiala-j tive A0"semMy'forwarding''Ji)hrineret'B 'rrntn--' way Billij BHtel'a' 'Estate the,' Sydnny Hospital,!'Bili,i and tlie'Hpipitals;Aoi°4!&eio.d>. rment Bill.,i:m,[1 ?%?"< <»... J' 'The'bills wora/r'^ad the. first 'time, anil 'it' ! wna'-wrdored'thatMhoy b'e ?'printaHP 'A -J ' jf'iMivStewarthmovod^ ilieijadjournment qfi tlio Houae to draw attention to an^answer pivori by Sir George Innoa with rojorpngo tor tht) oase of Susan Nixon, who didd lastfMatjoh'i in the Benevolent Asylum twofdays'aiter^a' surgionj . oppralion-httd be on.''{perfori^d^n' 'hor,*and '" wbioh answer |}V%c6gigiif»%d'yU]rf^ Baiisfuctqj;jr.;il0 j^jvVn'-** ?>"%&?%«.' .^After ?9mo,.re.mnik8,fromiM '"Sir" Gebrge?'Xnj5o8) that tho auswor- Kivon couliJ.D0t hav6..,bQen mora satiufnotory, and .tiia't; there,.wt»a ,oo necessity for the Qovorume^tUo.pr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

- - . ... -- j i GOOTAMUNDRA iNEWS." " ;' (FROM 'ouii 'CoiiBBsrojjoitNT). jj A"pew gentlemen intorBBted in carrying mot jat tbe/rurmiuus Holei. Jn .Wednesday,' and Uubacribod a sum for givingr.aiprize , of.i55.-to ; the owner of any horae that!will.pul[ the ,'oorrier's IogT; further than' lj)tS;hitherjtu been idotio, ' Intendtag pullers 'are - requested'; to give in tlicir names to Mr.,'Ilemm(ngion.' or Mr. Decnpsey three! day«,previous; .entranoo fqo, 7/; tho ovmt to cotuo on 3rd August. 4 i Seyoral spurting, ohai-aoters mat.' at the Bmui/Hotel'on Wednesday1, :Qtid" fomi6d. (]iQ nucleus of a Gun Glub'jsub'soriptjtoiV'Jlil par year. About tw'onty mHmbors/onrollod thomsolves. Mr. Joseph:'Suatill . has!' dpti sentcd tu aot as honorary pqoro^ai-y, arid-w,ill. reoeive the nnmea of.' suhsdriBers,''and/gtfe noiioo of the first moiitin'gy ?'$ L'< JjIo I had (through the courtesy ofi'Mr. Halleyi Henderson, of Syduoy)itUe,;ploaf\urep.f;,iutur viowing his two imported Indian mongoo...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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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: Friday, JULY 22. THE CHINESE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

I^TJB^SHEP-[ E-y-ERY aiOIKNTSTQ trui'hV'eVer inrely blii'ne tlm world began, . I' The foe of tyrants und the friend of man.-Camptitl. r >,GqyLBURN^ Friday; JULY 22., 1 THE .CHINESE':BILL. : ' ^ .bOU'KIO J' -.1! . - . ??1 ? mi y The Bill 'introduced/by; Government to deal, ^itHr)th'ot'aubjiBot, oribhinese/jitninigrXtibn, if/ a'llowedjtO'.paBB without being emasculated, will no doubt bavo the desired effect of obsfikingfj'tlip;. iuflux,/of - jOhinesey, to,j these ahores. It.imposes a quarantine of twenty one days cn all ubipa ,arriving with .Chinese OjjM^gard-}- no .vessel . is allowed ,;tp . bring' mqr^ than one Ohinoso! passenger .for ? every hundred tons of oargo ;"bn introduction'tax oi^£ip p^r head is levied | on new arrivals, abd'thby' are to 'bo 'prohibited from acquiring roal estato..^ The olause providing for qua runtino is/ above1 fall . othera} the Jone \wbioh: will'lia^o' the effeut-'of'ohebking' lie stream , of Chinese immigration. The Chinese who ^ivefbojrp:a.^Cmo?|l^...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. Before Mr.yates, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

io ;YASS -NEWS.: ' V ,'niij i-riiiiu ir.iid.inu)-- <. < (PBOM Oon COKKESPONDSNTI) ' . '''' ,L .$ VNI;.', ?? /WEDNESDAY, - JULY 2Q.', ;> T,,V!..H M.R;-; ^ATEA^IPI M/--' =.«»«' u:QeorgdjXieidofan»old^ Biuulonn, was charged with' vagrancy^'and waFs'ont"to'Ynbb gaol; for ono month. . - , v.jfrD'Aroy^ in tiiia caso "wore'.Uwomen' wlio -live in adjoining Thouaes^Sub-mspeotorjjBrennan si ate.d'tb; hi B .VjorBiii p 'that .thojii efen'da A t (w as liri'n'jjedj.'and' ofier'Hehrinff'' iHa parties'to tlio' 'oaae1 tlib polido;magistrate' ^said' heHvoiild adjouru the . onso, jvhen plaintiff and' her husband! said'tliardefendaiit ^ ill on iMonday or/Tuesdny. Hie; wprabip, adjourned i llje .da'pp, until ,:ll'o'clock i'.iir.-i vl; iSdulijff^^Oam^^ll-adj^ojrfiod affiliation; ioptoni for.? dVfepdant^wha -.was' not' 'ablesto j nnppar having hud his lag' broken;-.Sir, .WilkitfBjbtf ; toalled'[.??William /'Forbes who ^veVvid"eBoe,.aft«r"w,to Iooton *p -plied for "a poatponembnt1 ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. On Thursday, July 21, before Mr. 0.. S. Alexundor, John Oolemuii plendod guilty to ncliargo of having made uae of obscene language in a publio. place. Having been brought up for a similar offoncn on diffurent occasions of Jato Ijo was fined £3 or six week's imprisonment with hard- labour. Andrew Eckmnn pleaded guilty to being drunk, ond was ordered to pay 20/- or.to go lo gaol for 7 days., ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Romance in Real Life. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

' Romance in Real Life.. 7 If .o'ne - should road , iii' a, novnl of- fehe "daughter of an English'.earl eloping with a Ipoor mus.ic-mastor, oomine; to, America, and jio "default ~of music pupils, siippbriing her-' jself and her husband by ' writing for maga jzines-and newspapers;1 if he should further jread of her enKa^edi as:a; teacher ia a New (Eugliind school, if ho should further re.<d of jlior dyihg'.farfrom relatives and friends,at i the enrly affo of thirty-five years,1 iho' story I would .soetn, the oqnditiotis of. a I pirq'iilotjnltlibrary romrt'di^e; and tobe worthy | of' tlie-'u^ual, meed ' of tears atfd?.sighs;Yet j all ibis is precisely. wEnt has liiippniietl in the jOtisa of Lady Biiinch' Murphyj who died in j North OoiiWay,' N.HV,' a' few-'weeka ago. 'Any (Iixm cfta'ILlook up': her' birth in Lodge's Peerage-!! L«dy Blanche, Elizabeth Mary I Ammuuicatoi b." 25thi Miiroh,' 1846;" , The 1 motto .will be found- in theisame. fasoinatiny; 1 volume, of the, House...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Skilled Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

Skilled Dentistry. ? it may be s*ea on retor^uup. to our ftlvor t)Hing columns that Messrs. Carter,and Son, dentists of Sydnoy,J purpose Hatnblisbing shortly a branoh dental establishment iu Goulburn, Mr. Carter until' reiieutly had been a , regular'periodical visitor lo Goul burn, and ,he bas been always highly com mended for' bis skilful dentistry. Wo venture to predict that tKo firm'"will bave a large prattioe-in Goulburo; and we/have every.confidence that patients placing them-, selves in their hands will meet with, the most satisfactory treatment.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An " Enlightened " Crowd. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

I .> An " Enlightened" Crowd. 1 The following remarkable proof of adult ignorance is recorded by the Singleton Ar^us. jWTlhiirttie past faw. weeks; two marriages vvbiVuelobrutud in Singlwton, in which: the orides "and bridegrooms nrid all the wii noksi's deularod their inability.to write, iliuir. names,, and each of the eight had to make a cross. ' These were not -guy and 'festive', 'apouats of'throe-score-arid tun, but-all com paratively. young people, who havo beori growing.up in the statB origiidriinoa' wliioh is little credit eithar to themselves or their rvlu lives. . i - >.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Withdrawal from Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

,, Withdrawal from, Sale.. We have beou ; requested to draw public attention to tbo fact that the leasee of crown lands advertised for sale at tho Goulburn land office ou,the 24th August, have , beep 'Withdrawn. - ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New £5-Note. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

A ,New £5-Note. ! The design for a now £5-noto for,,, the Sydney'and County Bunk uas been shown: to, the Evoning.Nowsj and attractive as this class of specimens of art uiust, (or Certain rea-' sons, always he,this particular note possesses,! charms that are seen in few other of. the paper representations of wealth; . In 'light blue the < usual promise to pay is printed^ above it being u small "bit" of scenery, with emblems of all BOHS of Australian: iu-; j dustry in the foreground. To the left a female ' figure is' seated supporting two sliieldsj'oh one1 of which are blazoned th« I arms of. the . colony, while on; the other1 appear those of the city of Sydney. Be hind all is a- banner, and a glimpse of the ijky showing the Southern Cross. The let- ' coring is all admirably done, being in keeping throughout. The reverse' of the note bears;aai elaborate design; with, em blems and indications, of the notels value iutfcrwoveri. TlU plain from which the note }s printed is supp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ajax. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

. Ajax. The celebrated truttur Ajax showei him self in Gmlburn yesterday. Mr. Detiti'u trotted him 'a; 'few times up. aud .'down .Auburn-street, and tlii horse's performance, as usual, excited much udmiratioa ; but it was-evident he was handicapped in having to draw an ordinary, bu^y instead ot the sulky to wliioh ho washarnessed when lie made his jiraDd display at, the time of tho A. P. and H. phow.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unpleasant Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

Unpleasant Prospects. Agreeable prospects for the comiug four or five years (observes tho London JDajly Telegraph) nro beld oat to mankind at large by Professor Gimmer, of Cambridge Massa chusetts It would appear from this learned gentleman's vaiiciuations that ibe ear ill, ' having got herself mixed up with the peri holia of five huge planets-Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. Uranus, and JVepiune-is about to undergo trials of a very unusnal and painlul i character, uud that tho tale of her sufferings will not be completed until the close of the year 1885. Among her inflictions will bo , winters of unprecedented duration aud ferocity, tremendous hurricanes and jrt numerable, earthquakes, wbi"h by their comprehensive destruo.'iveness, wi/f atiuii-; dantly prove that the great forces ,,of nature delight; in. warring upon the hiwn'iiwork of man. Tu>ronti<il rains will flood vast tracs of country, and sweep away whole tjvviis and villages, drowning their inhabitants by thousands. yoi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

MASS WILL BR CELEBRATED AT GOULBUBN DIBTRIOT. July 24.-Grubbeo Gullen, Collector, Mm-UIrd, Coi)firmntioD,6t, Sta. Potor nnd Paul's Cathedral i Goulburn, Sunday/Slut July, / YASS MISSION. . , r" Ginnlnderra, Sunday, July 24r ' Blnalong, Sunday, July 31 Gundnroo, Siindny, August 7.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

f d (!. GrSBt^ESMJ^ . ^Sffi¥?TlCOir IN General Drapery, Clothing, &c. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. V^For .Fourteen. pays*,,Only .?! HEAVING a very LARGE STOCK of NEW "WINTER GOODS, have j.- determined to make such REDUCTIONS in all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE previous to ; -sss ?ar o c; as "ar jsl as g axr ®s IMen s, Boys', and Youths' Clothing, Blankets,'Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, : Quilt's, Fancy Dresses, Winceys, &c., &c. At.-Iiess .than Half-Price! A LOT QE EEMNA.NTS TO BE CLEARED . ? ; ? - REGARDLESS OF COST! fBlankets 3s lid{Blankets 4s lid} ? .?.*; Brothers ______________ fBlankets 5s lid } GOULBURM {Blankets 6s lid} Double Bed "Blankets, ®s.; llil. to 2 ttuiueas { Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid j Men's Overcoats 8s 6d ] (. Men's Overcoats, 8s 6d j 'Men's rWweed trousers and Vests to match, @s lid ' RILEY BROTHERS'Men's Colored Mole Trousers, 3/11 RILEY BROTHERS'Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11-worth 8/11 ;RitEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trouse...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

"WEEKLY OA.Xii:iSrX)A.It. Ony of Week. SOMDAY .. Monday,.-.. Timsilay,..' W ertnusday Thursday,. Friday,,.. B*Ul'r7Itty. ..Uny.ol Mulitli. JuJy 17 18 , " l 'O ' 20 21 22 23 ; 7 3 7 3 I 7 2 ' 7" 2 7 1 7 r " 7 0 5 8 S. 9 fil JO B 10 6 1V,: Git r, 12 ''?' Moon's PKASB." Lost tiliorttr, 18lb J uly; 3.38 p.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

f/j ! ]T'FA.Eli; e fi:: !:.. :'i i: r PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At tue Darling Harbour mlway-termiuus tWjs there w«» amoderate.Bupply of furag'g and' produce from tho various stations along tho Westorn and Southern lines. The market well attended, prices ol lute sales m'oi'nlaiiied. Oaten hay, in hale, suld fjom'3/10 to 4/9 ; iu,truss, 3/10 to 4/8 j in bundle, 3/- to 4/7 per bwt; lucerne hay, in irusf, 3/3 "per cwt; straw, clean sutnplos, in bale? 2/2 to 2/7, and in , bundles, 2/7 to 2/9 ppr bwt ;i oaten obafi, in bales 4/1 tv 4/6; in bags"4/3,' bags inclusive ; cut straw, id brfle '2/flfp<iPcvirtwheatea'hay, in bale «3/10 to 4/; oaten sheaves, .3/11 per owt; potatoes. 3/6 to 4/2, ej^ra'cjuality 6/2; swede tift^i^fe/'l per*owt,' bagsinulusivb'j pump kins, froni:2/5'to 3/4 per tiozen. . ' : ? i y On the wharves to-day there is jio altera tion to note in the prices of liay; maize soil ing at 2/9 to 2/10 per busliul; Warrambool poUrfies, £4;^ew Zealand do £4 ; Circular Hea...

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Man Killed at Laggan. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 July 1881

A (^lo^a'miyft^rpo^iyod bj^th^ojulbura spolii e ryMtqrdjfoji^orflnoon' to 4 8 ayj/; a mnp bad bWi^Ujllod in fthe neighbourhood 1 hnnnrthat itVaafa (Mr! ^artwr.iglk^libjljftd) mot with'his (Wth by hning thrown.from 'his horse,'butifr# ^etjno dnflnj£o i||or^nj.!- - fHos. came to ,^Jand.

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