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THE HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

THE HOBtlEBUSH SALES. Pat Oattle.-The week's -' supply' "conr Slated of 2230,' of which 868 were forward on Monday,-and- the remainder Joh Thursday^ Pricei advanced fully 7/6' per head, best cattle realising-to ; £7- 8'/-; and best beef may be quoted at from 16/- to 18/-; inferior jgjualitres from., 10/-, upwards. .. Messrs. Pitt', Spn;,and(Badgery report the,Bale of 92 bul-, locks (Badgery) °a't ? %5 11/3, 203 ditto (Go6k) at"'£5V: 10/-'; '1'46> ditto (Munro) at £5i3/6, 20 ditto.^J. 13yrne) at i£4 14/-, 132 difto,,(Viokery) <afc £4 2/7, >,160, ditto (.White Brothers)..at £3 ,i(6/r, 30,. ditto (Ferguson) at'£3'14/6/11 ditto (W., arid T. Byrne) at '£3 l'2/-, 24 bows (Garter) at £2 17/-,-40 ditto (Ferguson) at £2 19/6, and sundries., Messrs. Brtinker and Wolfe sold 132 mixed (W. and O. Durham) bullooks to £4 12/-, cows- to- £3 14/- ;- 208 bullocks- (Dight, Brothers) ,£3 8/- to £5 10/- ; cows £2 i 14/6 to £ 3 ' 9/6 ; (Anderson) £4 1/-; (S\vtn) £6 \7/- ; 30 bullocks (F....

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY. Friday. .Tti.0.sales at Darling Harbour wore, com paratively well attended, and some little improvement was noticeable in tbo quota tions, which are as followsHay., oaten, T?alos 4/- to 4/9, trussoB 3/6 to 4/8, bundles f 3/-to 4/7 wheatoD, 3/6 to, 4/- bales, and bundles 3/6 to 4/4 ; oaten and wbeaten bales , 3/6 to; 4/6, bundles 3/6 to 4/6; lucerne, i bales 2/6 to 3/6, trusses 3/- to 4/; straw, ".ibales ^/S'to 2/6, bundles 2/6 te 2/9 ; chaff, 'l'- oaten, 4/-,to 4/9 per owt. respectively ; pots- } toes,'3/-'to 4/, and pumpkins, 3/- to 4/3.! The market in Sussox-Btreet cannot be deemed particularly brisk,;.. Hay is dull at ''{the: following quotations: - Best lucerne, u £>3 tb ;£3 5/,. second £2> '10/- ? to £2 15/ { foiten hay, £2 10/; straw, £2 to £2 10/ l per ton. Butter is also,, unsatisfactory, "at 1/- to1/6 perIby'j; cheese, 4d to. 6d per lb.} eggs, 1/2 to 1/6; bacon, 5d to 5£d; ham; 6d to- 8d ; lard 5d to 6d j honey, 3d to 6d, according to...

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The Cuzco Shipment of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

- The Ouzco'Shipment of Meat. I Through " the courtesy of" Mr.'Heaton, of the Orange -Slaughtering Company, we' <(Eohp), are enabled to supplement the com Snettts 'which appears iu our agricultural columns, regardingf the, Ouzoo shipment 61,', frozenVmeat. Ttelohatges. for' freight, in.-, oluding iprimoKe .of . the m!eot, 'amounted ito £3107 6/2. > This . has.,been paid by the ©range Company, Taking the shipment as a whole, 284,545 lbs. is the quantity shipped. Subjbined are ;the name, of 'the shippers f|»j? whom the Orange Company'are agent's, and the quantity forwardedby each. It is note worthy that one of the!: shippers is Mr. Rox7 burgh, of Livnrpfioli' Eogland, who, as one of an English firm, bought the meat in the' ordinary,marketybere for?direot.fshipment to the old country^ Shippers" of uioat " by^ Ctizbo;-T..Baird, 13,939 lbs; J. A. Q-ardi "iieri 18,570 lba;'P. F. Egan, 15,320 lbs; T. ILi lliohHrdson, 25,982 lba { James Sumuels, 15,442 lbs; James-Drtlton,:-105...

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Mount Browne. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Mount Browne. The Tumut correspondent of the Q-undagai Times slates that a minor named James Irwiri,\,who left there some time sinoe for Mount Bro wne, returned to Tumut, and his "account of that once famous rush is any thing but encouraging. There are now-about500 persons upon the diggings, most of whom are eng>igud: in mining, and hard work it ii. Tho'mero getting1'thev WHshdirt is compara tively an.easy operation,' for. it, is all surfac ing, but then a man has to carry his pros pect upon his back (unless ho is wealthy enough to keep a horse, to do it) for three,; four; or ,five miles to certain olaypan water, holes.- ..Around these places diggers are so| thickly congregated panning out that there 'is ""not sol bow room. OcoaBiooally a luoky! jfindl'ofu a. nugget 'weighing ' a fey? penny-! weights is made, but the stuff is patchy, and. much of it v#ry poor. Hardships, privations, and downright starvation make up the lot of ttiejminers who^are at Mount Browne.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Lucky Kick. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

, A Luoky.:Kickii'.i;.;!"-'o;'.f!'.., ; IT The Melbourne !Argus gives the 'following particulars;of ;tbefinding>of old, ,eoips: Bear Melbourne^ rather extraordinary ;!dia oovflty of money ^aa 'mode on i/^Motldayl'oh 'theJ Military i'RoddJ^between'Ena'eriild-hill and St. Kilila. Mr, H. Olark, one of the inspectors'^qonnBotBd^with thef]?ablio( ,Work»; Department^' was'8tanding:bn th'e roaH* talk' ing with three .men who were seeking em ployment. In ikioking ithe, aand) about lie' BOYBftgap,' The silver was very muoh dia cjrflvnSd,, apd Thad'j ithi^l ap'peardncdJ. of f^bl'd j leaden coins,, but 09 examination;' they;wurs> foundXo be ttlllegitim'utB coins pf .tlja rdafmV - Tlio money was equally divided between Mr. Clark find the three men. SincG the die covory the ground hasboen 60»rched by hun dreds of persons, but the only other money found was a farthiug. The money was dis discovored about four yards from where a i large sum was found about 12 rnontbe ago.

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Parish Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

i J i i. Parish; Roads. 'f'.> !' 'H \ . i < : » ' - J i Road from a reserved-, road at the'south I west corner of: J; LehnaeV., 120; acres to the road from Goulburnto Braidwbod, within W.' Shewm'slll? fiords/"porisli"of"MuiwarreeT county of Ar^yle, passing; throug'hltlioprb-' pertjr of William Stewart; plans, &o., at Goulburn and Braidwbod police offices.' Road from the.Yarralumld Jaad Queanbeynn road, within R."Odtnpboll's 10()0' acres, via Canberra E!ord, to the Yass and Queanbeyan road; "at!the Canberra' p'bsi-offico, >piirishos of. Narrabundab and Canberra, county, Murray, partly in liou of part of road; previously con firmed in Government -Gazette of 9th Oot. J86B, folio ^2408^ Dassingthrou^ :o^!^l)'ertOam^h'0ll:and-confirmed road'; plan, &o., at Queabpeyan a reserved rood at the south-ffest corner of, Thomas Woore'a' 3.317^dqrds,' and passing1 along and within part of;the south boundary j otkthat laudato,..the. rpad.frqfm, Goulburn ,to Middle C...

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Pigeon Flying. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Pigeon Flying. On. Satlrday week a race took place from Gunning;, 165 miles, under theauspiceg'of tlia Sydney Hoinitig Pigeon Society. The com petitor's were Messrs. Allen, Smith, Tancred; Wild, and Wright. -.The birds were re; leased all together, by the station-master, at 10 a. tn.,> the weather being; fine and the wind being in favour of a speedy journey; On release, the birds rose to a considerable height, and, after remaining in sight some minutes, the lot; struck out in the- direction of Sydney, and on the comparing, of time takers' notes and watches, the 'race, was giver a tie between Mr. J. Wright's (of Sussex-street) Sue dun-chequer hen, Miss Oliver; bred by owner from his old bird Wagga (bein'r one of the first birds t)>at :hare homed over 300 miles in this colony np to the present time)-the dam is an Oliver, being imported by M«ssrs. Monro und-Thompson-and. Mr. J. Tdncred's (ot .Botany) fine up«tnnding red-chequer cook Tramway, bred by Mr. T. Mu^gravej of Miller's P...

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The Border Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

The Border Trade. The text of the convention entarad into be tween the Governments of New South Wales and South. Australia for securing free trade across tha border of the two colonies ia pub lished as a supplement to Thursday'# Govern ment Gaziitte. Tlie convention has effect for three yearB from the 11th Janurary last, and under it goods of .all kinds, including Jive stock,, wjllbe allowed across the border without the collection of Customs ."duties; In lieu of the collection of such duties, South Australia is to pay to this colony £47;600 per annum, in quarterly instalments. The agre« mout contains provisions for a readjustment of the sum to bo paid in case the Legislature of New Soutn W«les alters the Customs or Excise, duties at .'present imposed. All tobacco grown in either colony, and imported into the other colony in leaf, is to be subject to the duty payable on such tobacco by the tariff of the colony into .which it is imported, and all tobacco ^manufactured; in either colo...

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Kicked by a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

' Kicked by a Horse. Last Friday, whilst two children named Sibbald wore rolling1 hoops near, their resi-. deuce in Addisou-street, one of them-a boy ?oight: years. of age-unluckily bowled bis hoop close, to tile heels of a horse,^ the,animal at once kicking the child on the jaw, causing a nasty but not dangerous wound. Dr; ,Gentle. was sent for, and attended to the >little sufferer, who had indeed a very narrow, 'escape of being, killed.'

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Agricultural Instruction. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Agricultural Instruction. Mr. Myers is again to the fore with a motion having for its view tljenborej and on the llth of. next month he will move-That ia the opinion of this,House the Government should incorporate' in' their promised mea* sure for technical education some practical .system of agricultural instruction. . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

TSIE ;MIsscs M; i.-> .!?(LAM of'.BLion'STiittET) . < :: I | -f BEG to intimate to tKoir frienda and the publio ?j-jof Qniilhurh ' thnt- they 1 huvrr, opbiind^n flrijt. oUai'iPrivatc: Bonrdlns House, at the .proroiBea lutoly oocupiod by Mrs; MoGeorge^i To be itnown u #b "OLIYE ?'.HO.USB:" : i Sloano-atreot, Goulbnroi' ivV' ? ..ni> r:i .>> I . STiVBLES',/TQ ;LETi'.i'.- !.. |,, W' ?WW.k'iW???':'?' QQ ! 00 ; j DDDD' W ' -W /AV. . \Y. 0' 0 ? 0 O D D. W AV W W 0 O O O D D WiWi f. :? e :W.W''.- i\ 0 0 . O . O : D 1).; W W .."00.. 00 ' DDDD . The Fopnlar Pliotograplicr of South' Wales," ,/', ? T>EQS,'to noiifyithftt.'ho POSITiyELY CLOSES ; Jj .HIS STUUIO on ..SATURDAY,;JULY TUB 80TH, and bopoa Uio;P,ublib will, not overlook thoi fact. - j ,i And 'in ,order,, to moot tlio requirements of all olnsscd, ho bogs to nnnnunoo tlmt, ho , is , N0 W TAKING PHOTOQ ItAPlIS at thb" " . J Umasually IjoW) Price v I.' I » OF! 12s. PER'DOZEN. ;i.fi ji,' . Out- do br Plitttopaipliy!...

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The Vigour of the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

The Vigour of the Colonies. "To see . oursel's as ithors see us,".we must occasionally look to the home papers. And this'is what the Times' says of Aus tralians a,nd other colonists:-" The col onists-throw . their best energies iuto . the material struggle of life j thoy. have little, to spare for original thought or for the1 aBsiinilatioa of the highest kinds of. culture. But evfen' now they are working out problems of their own, political apd other/ that the old world might well watch with interest; and , theso problems, will grow rapidly as population and . wealth in crease. Tliey have thoir weaknesses, too, these; young: colonics; thoy are a.littie ratili about running into .debt, fhey are in curably1 protectionist; and they carry -the admiration of English rank to the length, of an absurdity;- JBut these, are the wild oats ; I.'l ^yj". be different a generation or two henne, when this island has become wlmt it itfust 'sooner or later become-tne historical centre of a race that ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

LONDON. - ,, TIIUBBDAY. J;I - ' The Engli8h'rifle: toam bas'won" the Eloho shield- ear a£ Wiiiililedoa. : -Tho apbto'nce' of death, i passed 'upon' tlie' Nihilistwoman Jesao Holfmrinn for having boon concerned in tlio murder of the late .Ozar1 of'Riwsia'has'.beon, commuted tcj penal servitude for life. .? < j ('The Eev. Onniaon i

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Goulburn A. P. and H. Show. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Griulburn' A.; P. and H. Show. A. very enterprising spirit has.beeu.sho.wn by Mr. (i. D. Hay, of Binda. He has written to the secretary of the Goulburn Agricultural Society, suggesting that sheep-breeders co operate1 aod hold, forth encouragement by giving'such'aprize"as would render men to compete who can, raise the finest, breed of studsheep. He has sent a cheque for five guineas as .an initiatory in a movement be hopes t6 see oarried outj and, as Mr. Hay says, if (fourv'br !fivo vmore . of the large, sheep owners around contribute £5. each, then there would be a respectable prize to offer for the best Merino ram, or in auy other way that might be determined upon. He would furthermore'confine the competition to persona residing within' fifty miles of Goulburn j but whether or not this idea might not operate against the; other view entertained by Mr. Hay is an open question. > However, his -proposal in regurd'to sheep owners is one worthy of consideration, as well us his example...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

,CHAPTER X. ONE morning, just about six months after <M;fr'£«ntweazlo had paid a visit to the hotel * afGraveaend^th'e'siiii was shining strongly through the" barred room occupied as an office m* the'oorivict establishment at Hobart Town. But for the doors there were 110 traces of anything prison-like in the room ; it Mogked more like the ordinary merchant . counting-house-big, ledger-like books lining the walls, and in the middle stood a heavy writing-table; at whioh a gray-haired clerk wWsefeitedj filling in documents before him witliJ memorandums extracted from a ledger by his.side... . ' . < ij-'/ Benjamin . JPentweazle, I think jyou iaid," he remarked,^ .turning to our old .^acquaintance, who, in his constantly one suit pf-. black,.waB seated on' the edge of a high " chair, in front'of. a desk, and dangling his ~ legs before him; . ' . .fXThat's ' the name, sir," said Benjamin Pentweazle, plaoidly. j " I will just run through the heads of this memorandum,"...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

3ESX-i-E33EXT WYNNE. CHAPTER IX.--CONTINUED. - ''There wWb another pause, then Jack Dur pton took. Ills bat arid, his stick from the where 'ho had deposited them, and v ^,£0£0. drawings himself up to bis fall height, butloolung very grave, and the smile which ha endeavoured to assume was' plainly fprced,', so. perceptible, was the twitching of bid lips. . But he had; managed to steady his voice tolerably'before hei said, "It seems an odd thing for a man in my position to say, Miss Wynne, but it is nevertheless true, thot I sincerely pray for your happiness and that O.Pf'/thif ,verr .fortuuate gentleman ; and if ever I can be of the smallest service- to you . in any way in the world, you may command He looked straight at her with his deep, earnest; eyes, and held Out; his big, broad hand. ! ?(y "tI believe you," she , said, with a glance .'as'fratik as his own. " X aocept the congra tulation, and I take the oiler as you make >,if;]TaM, if ever an opportunity arises, believe ine'I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

CMXCOTO'S Carbolic Ointment 18 the best Remedy for Outs, Wounds-, Boils, ' Whitlows, Ulcurs of long standing, also Saddle, galls, decs, ' 1ST POTS AT Is. JHE QREAT LIVER REMEDY. 71^ Jj? FREE FROM YSf CALOMEL OR WEBCURY. Ogy [/£? The Best Aperient 1 © FOR ALZ AQE8. I I Q ! DOSE-1,2, or S st bedt'.m'e j ^ when required i for Indl . <? gestion 1 nfter dinner, /V : *V ^ #2 v PREPARED ONLY BY ' . E. V. CHIICOTT, Family and t Dispensing Chemist COOTAMIIMHIA. , SOLD BY ALL CH EMI SIS AND ' STOREKEEPERS. ;,IEW MEUICAIi MilLL, COOTAMUNDRA, OPPOSITE ,THE ALBION HOTEL: E. 0. MOONEY HAS the pleasure of annouuoing to the inhabi tants of OooUmundra and the surrounding Districts that he:has PERMANENTLY ESTAB LISUE0 HIMSELF at theabove.NEW MEDIOAL HALL, situated at the cornor of Parker and Wallau (loot) Stioels, and'.hopes to receivoa cbntlnMncoof tho patronage fo'rmoi ly extended to him,' and' begs his friends to advertize him,. Prescriptions Carefully 'Dispensed, Good Stock of Patent M...

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Fatal Case of Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 July 1881

Fatal Case of Poisoning. At about 2 o'clock on Ihursday morning Mrs. Jane Eames; 41 years of age, wife of Mr. William D. Eames, chemist, died at her residence, No. 14 Oxford-street. Mr. Eames states that deceased left her resi dence on Wednesday, intending to call and see her mother or sister, both of whom reside at Wynvard-square, and did not return until 8 o'clock in the evening. She passed behind the counter and went into a room off the shop. Mr. Ernies then missed a bottle (containing a solution of opium) from the shelf, , and told a boy in his employment, named William Gavan. that Mrs. Eames had taken it. The boy went and questioned Mrs, Eames, who stated that she had taken poison.! Mr. .Eames then went and saw his wile, and as she appeared to be very drowsy he immediately sent for Dr. Fortescue, who, on arrival,used-.the atomaoh-pump/ , It ap pears that, shortly before taking the bottle of poison, Mrs. Eames went into the shop of Mr. Geoghegan, a tailor, whose premises arenext...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

Prime Beef & Mutton. Cootaiiiimdi'a Wliolcsalc and Itetnit Butcltering fiettablisitiiicnt. . J. BUHlGG BEGS to announce to iho inhabitant? of Cnota i mil n dm and district .that lie h«n 1 OPKNED THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT lately kept by Mr. J. Noble, and liopen for a continuuiice o( the patronage hitherto accorded to this long-established shop. i (3" Customers may rely upon mooting with civility, cleunlinof-s, and despatch J and as Mil. DUH1GG kills nothing but tho Primcst Ox mid Slicep, HE CAN DEFY , COMPETITION. . N.B.-HideB and Bltins purchased for Cahi J bigbspt price given. Golden Fleece Motel, HOWELL-STREET, (Near Railway Station), i c°OT AM U ND R A. John bjngerty BEOS to inform tho Public that bo ban OPENED THE AftOVE HOTEL, and baB had it thoroughly rcnoynted; BO hh to make it replot* with every comfort. Its superior accommodation and proximity to the Railway Station will make it a most, convenient Hotel for Commercial and'Bail* tray'Travellers. First-class Accommodati...

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ELLEN WYNNES. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

Esiijii_»jE«:w "wsriwBarE!. CHAPTER X.-CONTINOED, A TA.Lt, thin,-wir'y'man, with bright-blu" eyes, a flush, wholesome complexion, clean out features, "and white teeth.; a man who woul& hWo been pood-looking but for having his lvair closely clipped to his: bend, 'and.for his face being; disfigured with the outline of a beard which he had per mil tod to grow since the.ticket-of-leave had been applied for, and which at present merely dirtied and darkened lii» obeoks. . After ; be had closod the dpnr;behind bico, he drew.himself up to bis full height, anil gave a sort of helf military salute, saying, interrogatively, "Mr. Pentweazle'?" - " That's-me I?* said the little man ; '' you are Grogram !; , X ordered you to be sent straight iup . here directly you came. ,^ol| ore coming to be my servant, Grogram., " Yes, sir," said the man '; "eolnm glad to hear, sir,; ,and wilj, endeavour to do my duty by you, air ; and bopo to show, sir, that I rhave v profited by the punishment .which...

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