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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

The Weather. After a long' duration of dry and frosty woather a clunge set in yesterday. The morning roso damp and lieavy, and, tbrougb out, the day was bep.vy and signs of rain appeared. As we were going to press a pleasant " showpr wrts fallings and there ap peared. a likelihood of its continuing for Botne time. . ' .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Albury Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

An Albury Deputation. We lonrn from tbp Border Post that the AlburyJGo'ilnoil liavo . voted ,£50 to defray the expenses of two of the Aldermen ^to wmt an.tjie Coloniaj Secretary. It was idib'ided'-ihh'c"thtPftlibtf infc subjects, should form tlie business of tho deputation, and in the order named (1) Water Supply, (2) . Bi/n^ahb¥$ WAVli ti ocqW drninagp, ,(,£{), £?0,OO fqr town hall, (4) railway workshops and bridge over1 railway at Guinea-street, , (5) Municipal Bill, (6) new telegraph office and lettor pillars, (7)' grant for thobotanic gardens, and (8) lunatio aBylum, .» ». .-»

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [FROM GREVIILE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [FIT OIL GBEVf IILB'S TELEGITAM COMPANY.J LONDON. THURSDAY. The Sultan has ordered troops to proceed to Tripoli, and the movement is looked upon \rith great alarm ia England, as being likely to lead to serious complications. Nows from India states that Ayoub Khan has reached Bakeva, and a battle is immi nent. Fears are entertained for the Ameer's fate. Sam Emery, the comedian, is dead. SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. In the Assembly to-day the general business was'unimportant. The Ringbdrk ing Bill was read a first time, on the motion of Mr. Baker. The second readiag was fixod for next Wednesday. About noon to-day Admiral Olanwilliam was seized on board his ship with d fit of an epileptic character. He remained insensi ble for r,wo hours, but has now recovered consciousness, and is decidedly better. A young m«n named William Obobhy 'Wits killed this morning by a .stone-falling on him througli a jib orane breaking sud denly at Circular Quay, Singularly enough tile same'or...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

YASS. SATURDAY EVENING. At the police court-to-day before Mr. YateB, P.M. Thomns Martin charged ou irpmand with nn, nttempt to commit a' criminal assault..on- .Rebecca ..jQ-ammagey age. twenty-eight yoars, was committed to takojiis trial at, the.uSMzes. At the free selectors' meeting, held to-day "the chair,'was occupiod ;]by Grogan. Resolutions were passed1 condemn ing ringbdrfeiDg, and ^ordorodl to be for-, -warded'to Mr. Fitzpatriok, member for the di3tiict. The speakers .wore Messrs. Grogan,. McOalluoi, Manigan^ and Boulding. The lastTmpn^oued ' said l.th'e; only, .Government' that ever introduoedi an-equitable land bill .jr,bb.theFarnjBll'Governmeiitj''J! , i i.The weather is.csold;and'tbroatening raini

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. Saturday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [iROM QBEVf LltB's TELEGEA.M COSH? AW Y.J SYDNEY. Saturday Night. A oaSB of sickness supposed to be smallpox has broken out at the house of a Mr. B'liley, suveyor, who lives at Burwood, near tbe railway station. The house has been placed in quarantine, and Dr. Duigan is in attend ance. There are in all thirteen patients at the quarantine station. Latest information reports they are progressing favourably. The Earl of OlHnwilliatn has recovered sufficiently from the attack of an.epileptic character, with whioh he had baen suddenly seized on Friday^ afternoon, to permit of tbe Plying Squadron sailing to-d->y. Accord ingly at three o'clock the fleet left Port Jackson. As o recognition of the hospitality shown by the Mayor of Sydney during the yisit of the detWhed squadron, it Has been, deter mined to invite him and tho Mayoress to a return ball, to be given at such a time aptl place ns hIihII hereafter be decided on. Mr. Thorn is Walker, of Yiir-illa'.JConcr.r...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. {From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON. July 21. Information has been received to tho effact that a battle bus been fought Tietwoen the Indian tribes of British Columbia. The con flict was a sanguinary OIJO, and eighty of tlio combatants were killed. Tho policy of Mr. Gladstone's Government has lately been the subject of warm en comiums in the organs of the Liberal party. A suggestion lias been made that the Cabinet should be entertained at a public banquet, of which ad ;antage'would be taken to express the (fratitudo of tho Liberals at the policy carried out by the present Ministry. Tho proposal is receiving strong support, and ia expected shortly to tulro definite shape. LONDON, July 22. A telegram has been received from the correspondent of the Daily News at Lahore, reporting that hostilities had aotually been renewed between Ayoub Kban and the Ameer Abdul Rahman, Tho telegram states that a body of Ayoub's troops encountersd the outposts of the Ameer, and after a short...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN OLD IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

.' DEATH OF /AN OLD. IDENTITY. , Yesterday, at the.Goulburn hospital, an . old man'D&mod George Wyatt, passed, ovo* to the great, majprity. Dpcenspd was aged - ?3, was a Dative of England, and » member of the Ohurch of .England. Ho had bean 22 ?, years a conatablo . in the police force.of this v" colony, riiid served most of that period in Goulburn as a regular policeman, with the exception of about five years in which he wds in OaptainZouch'ssorvioe, and three years lie .wus superannuated on a pension of 4/4 a day, ...^Vyalt was kn°;wn as a.vory bonesi-minded, i! goivordu8, and:inoffensivo man ; but during the.last few years he gave way very much .to drink, and that unfortunate babit'wns tlie '' inain pauso of the' complication of diseases i .whichlpfl'to-his death; He had been living | a ^mflll cb'ttage neap; the. hospital, and was. < entirely negleoted,'although bis ; wife lived V ;^|thj1iiiin]'8ho:;beip-g,,«niort«nftJoly'a with uft* iiBimilav failing,., had ig...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

NEWS ,V*D NOTES. "Brief, tlien; and wliaft ne**i"~Kiitl John. A common informer- Walker's Dic tionary. Archer received £50 00 for winning the English'Derby with Iroi }uois. Our correspondents lire particularly re quested to write only .on one side of the ^ luwo crack carrier pi; Ereoos which wero tossed from Goulburn n ever rencbed their destination. . 350 ozs.-of .gold have been brought into Wilcannia from the Mount". Poolo diggings in ' b'"week. ' A quarter-acre allotjnen tin Tamworth was sold on Friday at'a price- equal to £2064 nor acre. .XL It is-said that walking- sticks for ladies . org.coining into fashion a gain, even as they were popular one hundred .years ago. . ." A Goulburn five-year-ol d, when asked the other day" by his teacher what the elephout does with bis trunk, said: "" Put his clothes , in;it-?'. .. a .. { Mr. George Wyatt, fornaerly ,a member of i the police foroe, _and a vary old resident of { Goulburn,, died in the hospital yesterday,) 'oged 73 years. Particu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

"WISE TCI/3T. CALBNDAIf. SDNDAT Monday Tuosday .. Wednesday fbursdny.. Friday.... Saturday 8 17 MOON's Puabb. Now Moon, 26th July, 3124 p.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GUNNING. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

(fljllOKIaj,OoHB8F0KJDBNT.j*' { it/. Wn have beeti'requested'todra^,,|he,attan tion of those in authority *to(tiiB faot that on m»hy occisionByth'ere'ara'Inb'li'ghts in some of the! Bedond'plasa oarriaVes on the mailt tr9inftt9,^dney,r !On ^odDes^ay nijjlit last two gent! em tin; :resijden ts ^Of^tfie'ciistriqi, lof Ittualong' ;by, ,tl)at'j/jrairi,'.,ttbd^lph'pftly;, after leaving^ tho . lamp \rerit, out/ri!ipding,;aiper Bon'B'Hand iuiliis pobketone of them made a remark (fortunately they were in" possession of a oanidle), and J^hejthird, party left the train at,! B'oWning.* ?Ak,^>6mp'l()(intT was mode there,^resulting ih!- a' pVomiae Wat a light v/ould -.be'J supplied iat' -''Y;a8S/'''On:< Brriv'ing th'^r®.it, was asked'Tor with,no betfer result* and' had'it riotjibe^ was kftptilighjtedi boen in darkness,- Considering the high Mile otiar^ed'as^pbsBetfge^fafeB, elirelycsome little attention might be paid to'the comfoit of persqiiB-wtiose'mea^ pelsit- ithemjito^tfiarelr...

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: MONDAY, JULY 25. PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

PUBLISHED EVEBY MOIfrNTiN-q; ^ Truth, ererlovely ilnro tlie world begun, The foe or tyrant* and the friend of m»n.-Campiell. ' GOULBPRN: MONDAY, JULY 25. I ? : PENNY POSTAGE. ! Wi incline to the belief that the time has arrived when it would be expedient to intro duce'auniversal-rate of pennjP postage-for town, country,,, and , intercolonial letters, .The advantages conferred on the community by Buoh a boon, would far outweigli any slight temporary IOBS of revenue caused by it, and would soon be appreciated to suoli a degree, that, in a few years, the posfcoffibe receipts, at a rate of one ponny,would far exceed what is now realized at a rate of two penue.^ . We confidently prediot that in less than five yoars from'the timo of frying the experiment tho number of letters would bo trebled.\ With a high rate of poatafjemanj/ people will not write until,they.-, tiave some-} thing1 worth expending a jtwo-penny stamp upon, and before the, requisite amount of news is collected, the desire ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLECTOR. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

c\ COLLECTOR. (FbOM OUll OoilRE3roNDENT), ' paid1 a'visit to1'Oollebior 'for the purpose.iofc ins^eotingoaodje^amioing the children atfcandiog. the JPublio sohool on Thursday last j ^tha, report ^as fair through out. There were ahoiit fifty ohildren present, but there would'.'havo'ibeen a muoh larger attendance only that ft/gt'eat dealiofiaiiikaess is prevalent just now in the distriotV There is a marked differenoe in tHe "avefa'^''at tendanoe : of :thiBflBohoql'?Binoe ith'e ; enforce ment of'.thei compulsory clause, whioh. is having / aivery bunefioialneffeot; ,:,a; .good average is jikely to-be kept up.cwhiqli }atan adrfliitage1 hofh to' tlib; (lea'ahar ijnd sdhqty'ra. Mr!'"E)'vvyei|; q.iab'' i qspeot'id tljjo'I gr]n^i|''fo.i i-whi«h-appliaatioi|. was/nja'de'tq" 1 foi^qsa, und!there is^no\^ somp/ohance/ofithis tieoes^ dary work' being' done,' and'Tye-hope tlje repair^ ,to, .the/ soliuolYho,use/ also, r/will be aitended'tb at^liVsame.time. OlA ! v '?A' number'of ohildron wereyvnooi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRD CREEK. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

THIRD\6REEK. ; j '? ' ? . ' " » ? . MJ U j [FROM A OORKESPONUENT,] , j EIGHTEEN shod tars. a n d about '2 0 drivers mot'bero on Saturday list' for' a 'day's sport. The day was cold, and not at oil pleasant for wallaby hunting. About ilO, a.m. a start was made., The shooters, after drawing for places got into position, and the drivers under,: Mr. tPJ/.Gr;a]r/ardirp'9li9iiBCe6mmenc4d operations'and "shoved out-a few w#llabies, jwbiph th» 'shooters missed.j /iTheYdrivers .were very wrath alt this^' (he shooters lbblc6d nervous, but defiant; however they were stationed; on*,,a, different ^route ,?and tjie, wallabies' Were/again stirred' 'Jup,' rliut wi'tfr little "better" result/ .'and "diiad' wallabies seemed-4 as f Sqaroe - as bank-notes. Tpe drivers, now. adopted...nltogetlier. jclifferent :tactios,M and brought the? wallabies .[along bread-side on to'the shooters, but unfortu nately the right wing of the 'drivers ' pjot round the left jahd'drove them; along'/with the wallabies. ..Or...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREADALBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

BRE ADALB ANE. , ; A. HIGHLY influential publio mealing was held at the residence of Mr. J. Downey, of Grabben Gullen, on Tuesday, 19th instant, when all who honoured themselves by attending, were right hospitably and kindly treated by.that gentleman.. j The obje.yt of: the moating was agitating the question in re the. proposed Government tromway from Oookwoll vin Grabbon G11I len to meet, the Great Southern line, at 3reada!bane. . ; Mr. MartimTully was voted to the chair, and haviug read the advortisinont conven ing the. meeting, after a: few. pertinent re marks, jcalled on Mr. T. Frost, J.P.,to move the first resolution. i; j Mr. 'Frost then moved-" That this meet-' ingfully;aonours, with; the resolution pas&ed at Grookwell on the 11th ultimo, and at Gurruhdah on the 19th instant,'on tramway communication betweeh' the: Southernraij way at' Breadslbane via Grabben . Gullen township; and respectfully submits that this route would be the least expensive and" the best paying, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Theatrical. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Theatrical. Miss Clura Stephensou, with a numerous and talented detachment of theatrical per formers, will shortly vieit Goulbutn,-where her versatile capabilities are well known, and have always caused her to be favourably recived. The opening performance will pro bably take place on tlio 1st of August,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

YASS .NEWS. (FUOM OUB COIIUESPONDENT.) POLICE~COURT. On Friday, July 22, boforo Mr. Yatoi, P.M., Thomas Martin was charged with attempting to commit a criminal assault on a young woman named Rebeeca Gomttnge, on Wednesday last, 20th instant. Sub-in spector Brennun stated that the prisonor was only arrested yesterday, and,,as it was a sarious case, he would ask for a remand un til to morrow. Prisoner was remanded accordingly. . ' Thomas Crib was charged on suspicion with being ofuosound mind. He was arres ted on the previous day by constable Naughton ; and sub-inspector Brennan said that lie was in a very bad state last night, and appeared to'be suffering from the effects of drink. Defendant said ho was travelling up to Temora; and as lie appeared to be better this morning, ho was discharged. Rebecca Gammage was charged with not having any lawful means of support, and was sent to the gaol for ono week, . ; ; , A LAMENTABLE CASE.-On Friday a young 'uhmarrieu woman brought her two chil...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Kangaroo Tail. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Kangaroo Tail. . A splendid tail from a large kangaroo shot on Thursday last was sent in by Mr. Thomas Glennan, of Whoeo, to a citizen of Goul burn, reaching him on Friday evening- in finoorder, . Judging from its large size and weight it must prove a great" luxury anil make soup enough to satisfy a score of! hungry men. 1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, July 23. Before Mr. Voss. THREATENING TO SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. , SATURDAY, July 23. 1 Bafore Mr. Yoas. 'THUBATKNiNa TO > SHOOT; -' 'BobbrtV'W. Livatt! was . ohargad ; with 'threateningilife, ibeirigfarmed ;at the tittfe.; Vi'AccUBedj'. a, ;yputh, of / about ^ 17 Vyeara, , pleaflod'iiot guilty.' ./*, ;!V"1 .06nstablej'Cocbr'arie( deposed :J3Botween,i : and1 2 s'b'dloclc'' yesterday; i<I i ,was passing through Mulwarree-,street (iWhers prisoner^ ; rewd.iirjjjhjB^ fatbev/-S|>p^6j^ 'him in ohd'rgeY the father, gave mo"a gun, .and naid prisoner, hayibg a ^u'n< in his hand, ihad-threatfiiiod! to blow!: the 'side:.of\the jface, off hia brother |if;. ;he!tgIdjof Jum ;flgain ;i the" fattier]tia'd tho ^ his band' when teliing'mei this'; ttiie ,father' Showed me 'biro wo hand, whioM hSj'Bhid J prisoner bad, bat^byi'atrili;ing4t^itH0peihipg ;^I( hadj to This case heinjf one between father and son, the bench advisud the ffttUer to wilti dtttw it on the boy'« promising to bHhnvo bettsr in future. The fatliai...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. July 21—Confirmation at Sts. Pet[?] and Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn, Sunday, 31st July. YASS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

MASS WILL BE GEL EB.lt AT K I) A J GOULBURN DIBTIUOT, July 21-Confirmation at Sts. JPetar and Paul's Cathedral, Goulbnrn, Sunday, 81gt July. YASS MISSION. .Uinaloug, Sunday, July 31 Gundaroo, Sunday, August 7.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

LEOPOLD, WEISSBEKGrER, By ROYAL AUTHORITY ^MANF^ACTURER OF CIGARS, And tho Original Tobacconist in Qoulburn IB T11 iVNICFTJli to ths Public fur tho last Bro year's Pntronaue. L.W. Is oontintiully. keeping: the Best Imported Qualities of American Pressed Tobaococs from -4s, per lb. . OutfTpbacoo, Loaf arid Negroliead, from 3s Cd. per lb*. Home Pressed Tobaccoes, from 2s.,6d. per lb. " Ainerican Stalk Snuffs, plain Mid . scented, Cd, 'per ounce. ) . Imported and FJotne.mado (from imported leaf) Cigars, from 10s. Gd. per 100. . Real Meerolmum Pipes, plain and oarred, Ifrom 4s. to IBs. caoli. Imitation Meerchaum, plain and carved, at low ' prices. '' ... Wigzel Bonr Oherry, Briar, Myall, and Ross rout Pipes, amber and horn bits, plain and carved, /rom Cd. to Gp. each. A. variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipes, Id. to 6d.;eaoh. And an11 Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to mention. Both give a call, and a . trial solicited. Wholesale and Retail for CASH. 43* As .the ho...

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