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FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

?t./;r;i,rK..r.ri£ ^Bjj-'PBODUOEI? c t'-1 . C'lj i SiDNEY) Tliursday. fc; n Atrouotion.Hnlpa during the,,wook iwool, scoured, r ,pold at 1/2 to 1/8 ; do.r handwashed, 1/- to 1/4 jpor "lb"';' looks 9d'to .I/2rj;flo'0oo',%rea8y,'' siiporior clips, i> '8Jd'to.'I0d ;. fair, 7,d to 8d;. inferior, 6d to 7Jd j odds ;3d.tp 4d per lb ; siieepsliins.'ffld to '(JJdj pelts and ^fiortgrowth^S jd to 5d ;' tnllow', imuttonf per owt, Jn2S/r;to,2D/6 ;fbeof;26/G,to 27/G ; -, station, 24/- to 26/ j | bidos, extra "weight, woll'durod.' per lb, 3fd to |4cl . heavy, 3Jd to 3}d; medium, 34d to;Sfd'plight dry, 4d to 4id ; inferior, 2d to 3d. Bonos, Shnuk.Jpor ton, £6 to £810/. Horns, per 100, 20/. to26/. Hair, horse, mono and tail, bd to 1/4. Leather: Kip,' 1/2 td'T/4 ; solo;"8Jd--to 9Jd oalfj-2/- ,to 2/2.(-harness, 12£d t6il/2 j bag por aiilo lO/G toll/G j 'strap, 11/. to 12/Gi'-' pa^kWattle,; Hobni-t, ground, £610/; oolo-' nlaltarkf.chopped £4,10/- to £6 per ton..'; j I """ On tlio'whiirv'es to-da'y p...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

x\ je/WS AND , NOTES. * > "Brief, theni and wlitl't the ntwil*-Kin/ Jchn, Scarlatina is still racing in Queanbeyan. For raising pigs-a SUttle dyuamita will mrtko a pig (40 high. f During 1880 the prisoners in Parramatta gaol eHrnoil £7038 I'll Mrs. Austin, an old^esidentof the Quean beyan district, is dejjffl. Tree-planting is being extensively carried on by the Goulburn^fcouncil. Never do anything' of which you would bo ashamed-when anyope is looking. Mr. Dillon saysjjre Minister of Justice is 11 the figure-hejaifof the Government." The ireigbj^Tn wool carried on the Echj." r\ to Melbojpcio lino has been reduced to Gd. FirsyAdss hotel-keepers protest against the pri'noipleB ol the proposed new Liounsing Bill, j" A, man named Starkey, said to be 101 yearsjof age, died in the Anbury Hospital on Thursduy. . - . Spurts at Mr. P. Clear's Stookinbingal Hotel on Tuesday next. First-rate pro gramme. ! . The imported draught stallion Royal Prince has been sold to Mr. A. Moss for the Bum ...

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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

,,,, | r STOCK. AND SHARE, REPORT. i A.moderate number of sales woro reported In the aWiis and'sliare'markefc to-day:-In Banks-A1.J.S. "(i.wBr.e sold Bt 171 od.nnd l7i x d, closing buyerri 17 x d, sollors 17i ; Oitys brought 13} nod wabtod nt 18§, bold foi"13j; Oominorcial realised' 110;and wanted 'JTUifct 109,. with no |sellers;, Moroantile; .waptof lit 6, procurable at, 6j:; Now South i Wales.^ bhyarsf 61J,' sollors GSi Sftlos nt 01 nnd;G2 ; _Now Zealand quitted 'at 24 8 and wantotl, sellers ask "24fd ; Now-Zealand i Register worth 24 J to ;24§ i .Queonsiand- nationals remain at 9 to 9'i; Unions | 67i' to 68,\f, j At the Homobush fat stoolc'sales', 'on ./Thursday, *x- J 360 iioad ofoatttb wero y'ard6d;"A veryfirm market "j / * v ied, more oxiieoially towards the close of thb day. *. j ie!bo'tt lot of bullooks averaged £7 4/8, the highest prioo realised for a long time pist; others frqm £3 ) ' inU/^ upwards j -rates otiuiralent from 16/-, to !(}/. nor iid : 'TOO Ids, for .bost .boe...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From tht Sydnty Herald - LONDON, July 20. DURING the present year 261,000 emigrants have ' landed in New York from the United Kingdom.' * ! The strike of Irish labourers is spreading; , 1 July 21. In the House of Commons Inst night the remaining clauses of the Irish Land (Bill, ,the consideration of whioh had, been post poned, were, taken up." After discussion, they h11' passed the committee. . The mem bers of the Land Commission nominated by Mr. Gladstone were also agred to without opposition. : ? < "? .; PARIS, July 20. The latest information from'Tunis states that though no further hostilities'liave taken place; the feeling'of the natives.iowards the Frenoh is unchanged. Much disaffection is also being manifested towards; the Bey and his adviBQrs, especially ambngfet >the Tunis-' ian troops, large 'numbers of whom have re? ceotly deserted. . . . ; Speaking of Thomas, Oarlyle, the Prinpe. of Wales reoently remarked that his death was an irreparable ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

AVJBEIvTLY CALENDAR; July "24 25 . 26 27 ' 28 29 30 7. 0 P'GO 6 53 « 68 6 57 C 5G 6 SB 6 13 6 14 614 6 15 5 16 6 16 5 17 MOON'S PHASE.' ' " :" New Mooa, 2Gth July, 3.24 p.m.

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. THUHSDAY, JULY 21., IN the Legislative Council there was no quorum present, and the House adjourned till Wednesday next. Iu the Legislative Asuembly Mr. Combes {jrusaiitod it petition from Messrs. Tom and Lister, prayiug considera tion for their claims in the m-uter of tlie first discovery of gold in Now South Wales. The Additional Judge Bill was read a third time and passod. The HOUBO then went into committee on the Ohinesu Influx Restriction Bill. Amendments in the interpretation clause were moved by Sir P. Jennings and Mr. Gurvfin,. both of which were withdrawn after discussion. An nmendmunt by Sir H'.< Parkes, limiting the operation of the bill! to any person of the Chinese rnoe, was agreed to, and the olause as amended was put and passed. The second olause, enaoting that any vessel on its arrival at any port or place in this colony with any Chinese on board should be liable to be quarantined, was dobated at considerable longth. After debate, Hn amendme...

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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 SATURDAY, JULY 23. THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

3?TJ33X,ISI-XEr> EYEEY MOKTSTIN'G Truth, ever lovely tince the world began, ' 1 The foe of tyrants and the friend of mm.-Campbell, QOULBPRNSATURDAY; JULY 23. THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. IN the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday last, the eeoond reading of the Supremo Court Additional Judge Bill was moved by Mr. WISDOM, who opened the debate in favour of appointing a fourth puisne judge to assist those already doing work. Ho con tended there was not a sufficient number of judges to meet the exigencies of the time, aud, having alluded to the; difference oxist ingiin the population now ih the country in comparison wjth;what it was in former years, he-thought an* adequatetreason foe the ap pointment of an additional judge ought to be regarded as existing in this circumstance alone, and argued that if, when there were only half as many people in the colony, the Supreme Court had four judges, surely there was a justification in the demand made by the measure now before tho-House, whe...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM ouit COHBESPONDKNT). CARDINAL.-This celebrated sire was bred by Jaiues Luff, Esq., of Gobarralong. Car dinal is by Yelverton (imported), and ran second to Tocal, for the Hawke^bury Guineas in Tocal's year. He beat T"cal for the Derby in the same meeting. Mr. Dodds, of Yaes, owns Musgrave, o handsome chest nut entire, half broth«r to Yelverton (imp.) MASTODON MINSTRELS. -This numerous troop of riiggors performed here on Wednes day night to a lair house. Their songs and, witticisms were received with ^{ludits, but their chief strength lies in tbe orbuestra. OJIOIX D'Honneur, - This ceJebratod horse changed hands on Thursday for the. j sum of £30. The purchaser, "Mr. J, Nash, of YHSP, intends fo run him in (he various race meetings in the townships of, counties Argyla and King. KAOE HOUSES.-On Thursday tho string of race horsos under the superintendence of Mr. J. Tracy (soren in all) were paraded for the inspection of some Yass and Gundagai judges and visitors. ...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

MASS WILL BR GELEBUATSU AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. July 24-Grabbon GulloQ, Collector, Marulan. , Confirmation at StB, Potor and Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn, finndiiy. 8Ut July. . YASS MISSION. Ginninderra, Sunday, July 24 Binalong, Sunday, July 31 Guriddrbo, Siifiday, August 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

LEOi'OI.l) W&fSL8Bl'U{(TEB. W ADTHOBITY Afc _ "- ... (Joulburti 0F G* :A04,ruei«rigiUl>obtt^eouIrt>.^ '-rg THANKFUL to ll's Public for the last five . I Vea^a PutrqtoMKC. ... . . , _ _ * . , . tiW is' contUiiuJIy koopinu the Best Imported 'Qualities of! American Pressed Tobaccoes fnorn 4s. j?Tobspoo, Loaf and Negrolioad, from 3s Gd. j *P#Bom«:Pw«i^ Tobaccoes. from 2s. 6d. per lb.' American Btalk Bnuffs, plain mid scentod, ed. ^.Imported and Homo,made {from imported leaf) Clear*, from 10s. Od. per 100. ., - , .... Real Meefolmum Pipes, plain nod csrred, |from 4a" to ?45s» oflob; . 1' , - t -ImHttUon MoercUftum, plain and carved, at low ''wiffiel Spur,'Cberry/Briar, Myall, and Ros« root Pipqfl. .amber and horn bits, plain aud carved, from ed.'to'fes.' e.ch. . A variety of.Plaln and Fancy French Clay Pipo«, Id. to 6d. each. . ' . .... And an<, Assortment,. ofoSmokers . Requisites too namoroun to, mention. Both give a call,, and a trial solicited. Wliolssaie and...

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MESSRS. FINLAY & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

Missnk :FINLAY & OO/S REPORT. * '^Pat/Cattle.-Tho market is Arm for good quality whioli may bo quoted nt 14/-'per 100 lbs, second quality1, '10/6 to -12/.- -TboB0> that were.offered on \Vpduosdi»y,,with,fow oxooptions, could only be d)aWo'd_o8 good' station' beof,' tbicli broufbt'quot# ti6iul-owitigto aifllight riso in tboSydnoy miirkot'. Vfo iold .94 bead, principally cows, at froiri £2 7/r to £2' 12/G| and a fow pons' which could "duly bp cla8ccd-'aa'good'Rtorcs.ftt 31/- to £2 2/6. ; Tho supply for,th&..unexpired winder months und spring will to'Very'scanty, and an advance on present rates mtfy.ib.oJo'oJtodior<, ., ; . '? ^loro .poltla.-Wo have Bold 800 bullocks on fcccdurit' of'P.r J. Clifford, Esq., at 60/--subject to QPpr6VHl,rand liavo.scveraLdrnftB under offer-our l'st prahraoos a number of very choice' lots,' °'F*at'6beep;-Prime are ver/'soared, and are now jyprtJj jntbe market from ,10/- to 11/, good, second class, 9/- to 9/6. '' [ \ Storcs^Sh'...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

0 S S? S COMMERCIAL. i1. fiy;: QOULBUBN, Friday, FLOUR and WHEAT.-Local markets remain »s last quoted,1; ana-;'Melbourne and Sydnoy show a declining JjusinepnaptJ lower prices Messrs. Mort aud Co'.'s (Sydney) report an nounces that ot their sklo oU Thursday, the atten dance was limited, ebd' tbo bulk of tber catalogue was withdrawn-Medium samples ef Wheat realized from 4/10 to 5/. Hay somewhat easier this week; .potatoes, if |at all tiltSroafiu iprice'Ttont forwafd; at a'very slit! ht adyiooe on lpet quot^tionfll. Eggsnnd batter plen tiful, and scarcely {etching lost week's prices, Trices current in Ooulburn between purchaser and producer! Flour, per toil £13 0 0 Ditto, seconds, pertpn .... 12 0 0 "Whfeat.ipir bushel. i'. ..... . 0 4 0 V . .v i. Oats, per bushel . .... O S 0 to 0 3 S <*Maire,>pe'r bushel' ' ? , 0 . 4 . 0 ' .May, per ton , «... 8 0 0 3 10 0 ViPotatoesVper ton Y ' . 215 # 8-.0',0 Bacon, per lt>. .... . 0 0,3" 0 0 4 .>)Btltter,fresh,'fkerpound,... ....

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

YASS NEWS.' (FNOM OUN ColtltKBPONDENT.) MUNIOIPAXT COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting of the Yuss Municipal Council was held in the Council Chambers on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. There wore present-Aldermen Sampson (in the ohair), Coen, Yeo, Thomson, Wood, Den ning, and Wetherby. The meeting was for the purpose of deciding whether the surveyor should be reinstated or dismissed. Alderman Thomson moved-Tbat Mr. Jenkins be reinstated and paid up to tbat date, and be instructed to prepare plans and specifications., of GrHmpiou-stroet, and fur nish same to the next meeting of oouncil.'' The motion was seconded. Alderman Wood moved as an amendment -"That Mr. Jenkins be reinstated, and re quested to prepare plans, &c., for Glebe and Grampion streets, and furnish same to next meeting of oounoil." Alderman Sampson spoke at considerable length against the reinstatement of Mr. Jenkins. Alderman Yeo said he would second the amendment, but subsequently declined. After further/remarks from Al...

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TARALGA. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

TARALGA. [FROM A OOBHESPONDKHT.] . NEWS of importance is very scarce just now. Oiit hero-thing's are going on in the usual monotonous way. When entering Tdralga the other day I was struck with astonishment at the funereal aspe'ot of some of the inhabitants, especially the McArihur portion of them, a good many of) whom. I met. On inquiring into the cause of this dolefulnpss, X learned that news had just reached them that tbo agency of the McArthor estate here had passed away from Mr. J. T. Gannon. The good qualities of Mr Gannon must have prompted the people to give vent to their foelings thus "Yes, and Mr. Gannon through his long management of the estate, through his courtesy as a gontleman, his consideration to some of the poorer tenants^' giving them extended time to pay their rents,' and bis every act whilst coming amongst us, has en deared .him to even the children of the tenantry, making his name a household word, and tbe memory of this good man will not die away, but be fondly...

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A Lucky Find. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

A Lucky Find. The Inalewood correspondent of the Mel bourne Telegraph (reports that intelligence has been received from Boort;that a selector named Jones Peterson, living' at Yando,,somo six.miles frowBoortj has bpcoraQi'tbe 'fortu nate possessor of a splendid nugget, weighing about 80 oz. It seems thai bis children, while out looking for some cattle, accident ally dropped across the welcome stronger, firmly embedded in the ground among some roots. It is supposed the nugget must have beep lost, - or secreted where found; in the early days, as there are no in dications of auriferous country in the exact locality. Had it been found iu the mallee the caso would have been different, as many old miners settled in the Boort district con sider that there is plenty of gold in the mallee. The nugget was purchased by the manager of the National Bank at Boort, and forwarded to town for, assay?.

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Australian Joint Stock Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

Australian Joint Stock Bank. The half-yeorly meeting oftbo Australian Joint Stock Bank was held in Sydney on Thursday ; Mr. Edward Lord in the chair The report showed net profits for the half year, after deducting rebate on bills, interest on;fixed deposits, and providiving for bad and doubtful:, debts, amounting to £34,314; the balance from last half-year-was £2073, together making £36,387, which was ap propriated: To reserve, £3000; to dividend, at rate of 10 per cent, per annum, £25,000 ; and to bonus of 2s. per share, equal to 2£ per cent, per annum, £6250; leaving a balance of £2137 to bo carried forward. The report was adopted, ard the directors, manager, and officers thanked for their able management of the bank's business.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 22. (Before Captain Rossi and Mr. C. S. Alexander.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. FBIDAY, JULY 22. (Before Gaptuin Rossi and Mr. 0. S. Alexander.) UNSOUND MIND. Elizabeth White was charged with being of unsound mind. After hearing the evidence of tlie1female warder, of the;gaoj,J.th6v benchdecided to remand accused for the space of ~a week, that medical ovidence might be obtained. ABSCONDING FUOM HIRED 81311 VICE. Edward Quarterly was charged with ab sconding from the hired service of William Southall, coach builder. Plea not guilty. . Mr. Betts for complainant, Mr. Davidson for defendant. j William Southall deposed: I engagod defendant in Sydney about four or five months ago as a ooach builder, at £3 per week less two Ijours! jMthefqgreomeut; was not ia writing; ;vhb.work;ed.--up:to':last Mon day night ;'rwas"atonrin~Sydney andlwn8 not back till Wednesday ; he was not! at my plaoe then ; I went to where he was at work lettering a shop front, at Bond's ; 1 spoke; tojhimy; and he »aid he wanted1 to finish the job1 ho was at, and that ho woul...

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Venerable Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

Venerable Sisters. .The Bathurst Times records the death of Miss Margaret Hutcheson at the very ad vanced ago of 91. The deceased lady pre served her mental faculties to the last, her eyesight alone of her bodily senses being af fected by the ravages of old age. Miss Hutcheson had been in the colony 22 years. She' was aunt to Mr. YV. B. Kanken, of Saltram, whose mother, still living with him, and the sister of Miss Hutcheson, is now 84 years of age, and is quite active and hearty. This lady has been in Australia 60 years, 09 of which have been spent in the neighbourhood of Bathurst, with the ex ception of two trips to the mother-country'

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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

.Conditional Purchases. \ tThb following selepTions were made at tho: GpulburnjlandToffipe jon Thursday, la8t:^~; -.James Burnett, j 40? aores, oounty^Georgiana,, parish Iioighwood; '' John Mcintosh; 40' acres, county Argyle, pariah Thalaba; Miohael Hurley, , 7,9. (apre8, county Argylo, parish Guineao'or; 0. 'H. Rubettd,' '40'tidies, county Argyle,( parish Oullulla j B. H. Lar. kin, 40 acres/ q'ounty Ajgylo, pariah Bourke.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Accident at the Brewery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ^Accident .atlthevBrewery.f . An^oooideBfof" r ratherserious^ taatiire occurred yesterday to a boy named Ogilvie, in the employment of Messrs. Bartlett and Oo,, of the Goulburn Brewery. It appears that the lad was engagod in some part of tho work in whioh he had to remove some of the bottled beer, and whilst doing so a bottle burst in his hand and cut it severely. Dr. Morton was sent for and dressed the wound. Wo learn that the boy has had a narrow escape of being muoh injured.

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