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MEETING OF STOCKOWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

MEETING OP STOCKOWNERS. A^mectiko of tho o7ookoT7iioro of tho dis trict vmo held at tho Commercial Hotel on Jndoy nftornoon. I ho buainosa trannaoted wao not conpidorod to be a matter tor public information, and tho Piosb X7a3 oscluded. The meeting was adjourncsd for a forfcni-'ht,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

Official CorrespondeiiLce. Thh following rammunica ions have boon received by the memboi for the district, Mr. W. H Wood, and kindly handed to us for publication — Public VYoFkn pppartmimt; Sjdnry, 2ith April, 1896. Date of letter under rppl\ 23id ult. Subject' Asking £ 1 a print for ex pendit re ou tbe road from Wnli nflib -^ to Stoukyurd Flat. s Renl\|* Tt is iep«iti»d tbat th-re in no justification for the e^pondituie of pub lic funds on this rond. Robi m H1CK8ON, Under Secretttrj and 1 Commianioner for Roads. W. H. Wood, Esq , Al P.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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POST OFFICE AT LITTLE PLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

POST OFFICE AT LITTLE PLAIN. The local pootmaoter, Mr. C. Stnurt, hco received the following letter having reference to the abovo oubject, which ho haa kindly handed to un tor publication : ' Postal and Elcstric Tolrgraph Dopart mont, Gonoral Post OHico, Sydney, 27th Anril. 1898. The Pnn.tmr,,,)^ i-«i ? -._ A Poat OCzcs -rill bo established at Nicnolcon'o (in liou of tdo irucant V^S.A-^z Cfflc3) on tho 16th p.~o:±no, o£ ^7hich Uxd. L. Nicholcon, Raceiving OSco-keopor, V7ill bo Pootmiotrodo. You V7ill racliango maile with tlio now ofiico iiom tho dcto in qucctiou. S. H. La7jbton '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

Smokers who once try the new Yankee Doodle tabo it beforo any other.— -Advx.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE DELEGATE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

THE DELEGATE MAIL. Tav mail £rcm Bombala yesterday met with a eoriouo miahap at the foot of the Iandoon Rango, when the horaea completely 'ehutnp' and refused to »gee.' fortunately,, Mra. Sharp, of Little Bog, came thai *4way, and gener ously offered the ' use of the ' horae aho was riding, the mail erentually arriving in Delegate a little more than oahour behind time.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Dellicknora News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

DellieKnortf Mfti: V . (pnoMoun conn-ESPONDiiiit.i/.1 s- Ihk Bonanza mine has again ,been 'visited by an espoit, who mado a thox ough inspection of the mine ttrld' obtained some splendid prospects. I am told thai he is highly pleased with tho mine iu gcnoial. Ho represents, I believe, ah Ericrlish ; svndio.if.n si,/ii,m j.i._r. -u.. fortunate enough to secure this, property, it shoulfl, if placed under tho manage ment ot a good practical man, with capital to back him \ip, pr0Ve a source, of piofit to the owners and a boon to the district. Brown and party, tubuting at the ' Ccolgardie mine, put through 201 tons, of stone for the satisfactory lotuiii^of 23u-5 ldwt. Tho icef nt tho bottom level, which ip 180ft fiom tho surface, is 8ft wide and tbe bhute of gold 30ft long. It waB only 6ft on the enri ice, ther6fore , it m getting longer as dopth is attained. Worlt at this mine is now about to, be suspended, owing to the hoavy inflow of wati-r, the bhareholdeis, who are only poor men, ca...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Department of Lands. Sydney, 27th April, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

DeDartinent of Linuls, Sydney, 27th \pril. 1890. gir ? I hai-o tho honor to intorm \ou that \our letter of the 20th instint, on t '6 t-ubject mentioned hereunuoi, baa been referred to the Distmt t)uivev\oi at 'Ci oma for leport I hvivo the honor to ot air, Your obodionT. fjorvnnt, W^o. IIou .: on ? Under Srcret ny. W. H. Wood, Ejci., M.L.A Subject. FoiAw'idJng a petition fiom lesidents of Cath- irt (0. Mooung and others) asking that certam land at that placo bo ^ ested in trustees for a Common,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

' '.ItHJEUMATISMT The Marianty Bheumatism Cure! CJUBE CUBE for Bheumatism, Soiatica, Gout, oto., fcthe only B«ftt Permanent Cure known. K5 It givoo Relief in three hoars, and effeota a Care in 10 to 40 dayB, ucoordinjj to ttw severity of tho case. It hoo no rival or equal. Has cured hundreds of the most hopeleoa capea, and io a Godsend to tho poor oaGorer. W» oond advice FBEE. To those UB»nj» the MABIANTY CUBE,— don't d-33pair, but cend &»t%\le o? yonr Bufferings, and gets supply oi tho MAEIANTY CUBE. Wo havo Testimonial frora many who havn bf-on Ions 8afferore— given tip bv Dootora— who nro now porm&nontly . oarpd. Tho MAEIANTY BEMEDIE8, under PEOPESSOE WATERHOTJSE'S Trcatiaont, will euro you, when all othe s foil. ThoUAEIANTY CUBE in can't direct to any addrens on receipt of Postal Order or Stomps, carefully Backed, and Poafc Froa^-2/6,' 6/., and 7/6 per bottle, or three ?/G boitka £02 jSI ; f all course, 35o .-. / H&riaiity Etamatasui and Gout Pills,. 2/6 ...

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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

Mining Items. The rush to -Jones's Creek, Bix tfliles from Gundagai, continues to attract miners from tho eurrounding gold^ields, (sayB the T. & A. Tuirs), but so far no thing has transpiied to wauant raiaois coming from a dihtunce. At piesent {ho, tew claims that are on gold do not aver ige 'mrre than from 4dwt to 9dwt to the loud. There is also tho diiiiculty of oh; taiuittg water ioi sluicing* purposes, arid ho much of the land is pnviUe pLoperty, 1 11 t,he leads rumiiug thiough the ieseri/o hai ing been pegged off. Tho charge on pdvate property ib £2 18q per claim of * 185it, and 10& monthly pei claim. Tho TumborumoL- jumping case lias been decided b^ the waideri in fav6r o'f ' the holdei1- of the giound. Ileinidke'aiBd party discoveied some exceptionally1 rich' snecimons in p 'cla^b^r' — a chaiactoi- , istic of tho geological formation, of tlie district — and pegged out tbe ground as a 1 quartz claim. Another paity wished to dispossess Heinicke and Co. on tho po...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Bendee Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

Bendoc Items (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The usual monthly court was opened on Saturday, only to be adjourned in conse- quence of the Court Register and other documents not, having been returned from the audit office. Several cases were listed for the Court, and no doubt it put many witnesses to loss and incon- venience.   Mining. — The Perseverance battery   cleaned up a small crushing of lode   stuff for a satisfactory result. The water is slack, as a matter of course, but there is sufficient to crush at       half speed. Messrs. Vale and Coulter   are now crushing, and the plates show   well for satisfactory yield. Mr. Warne       crushes a rich little parcel next and the others following will be: J. Windle and Shaw, James Lock and party; G. Owen   and party, and others raising fair stone.     The Morni...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Bombala Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 7 May 1896

I©miil5sila . C©ppc!l ISeetligf (FbOM A.POBIIE8P,OJIDENT.)..; TnE'regiilar, fofihightly, meeting o£;the Bbmbala' Bb^ugb, Counpil! *ras iioid in the Chambers, bn'jMonday evening last. Present :? Aldermen HvM.Joeeph(Maybr) ? PiowrigHt-;;Morgii:ii, Corbnel^ and Qar ^ntftr'-''-'*-''-''-^-.-'-'''1 ?'-'??:?'.? ??'.?-? ??''-???- '; ? ?''? iTh^;^|nu(^S'-dJ: the last iafeetirig were iead'anivc^^iaea»i--'^v-il ?;:?:?'?: ' ;'?}.; ?.-?.:? . Correijpondenfcb vi^asifeaS from Mr^ W. iStkplea, atoting,th^t ttfew tlaya since ho :hacl bflieav'in^bifmeS!iBy'f-th'e' Inopecto? of Nuieances that ^is 'plSsbT '^would have to clda'iiGd' aiid^lled^u-pVf ^iaco.then ig had hirjaibTrcaref ully ,'dpao 'tho ?abrlr, . ancl; the Inap«cto?,-bf -Nuiesncss now threatened to prcc2cd against blsn . fcs.it, ?-EIb'vVl3lid;d; tb l)iirig tho ? matter bsfore tho Council,] to a'sciirtiiin' ''whether Iio had r.oted- cor- xectly or. otlierwiep: : '...-?. ; ?'? il--io';tcr.'wc2. aloo.read.£rom Me. Burke, iibtifiynig'ilio -Counci...

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Delegate Police Court. THURSDAY, MAY 7. (Before D. Campbell, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

4 -' ; ' ©elegate -JPelice Court. '* ' ' THURSDAY^ MAY 7. , (Before D. Campbell, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISOEDEttLY. v' Thomas Haslam, 'in oustody, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly, and using obscene language. . For the first offence he was. fined Gs or ^ 12 hours, and for the second offence 10s ' or 12 hours, sentences to be 'concurrent. Both fines were both. '

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Bombala News [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

Bombala News' (FHOM OUlt CORRESPONDENT.) Mns. Sullivan, a very old resident of ^ Coolumbooka, and well-known in this* town, was lost in the mountains from Thursday morning till Saturday at mid day. v It appears that' aho loft her house Thursday morning early, riding out -with the intention of visiting a friend about fives miles distant, and through somo unaccountable cause ohe wandered off the road and got completely bushed. The old 1 .dy was found on Saturday coming, by Mr. Andrew Stewart, in a 1 Very exhausted condition, and whb prjmptly conveyed home by him. The , , old lady is over 60 yearo of age and it ' seems almost wonderful thot she was found alive, as she had nothing to eat ; ' from Thursday morning till Saturday at * mid-day. She io still in a very weak ??''? otate. ' '' i i ', A fire broke out on Sunday morning ' ,'* * last in the roof of Hyde's building, on ' ? t cupied by Mr. John Parry, who fortunate ' \ ly saw the blazo before much damage ... u „ had been done, uud p...

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Gold Discovery near Orbost. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

ffi®M' DSlsedDveiry wm (SrbojsL Considebable interest was excited in Orboat recently by the reported discovery' of gold at Mr. John Cooke'a selection on the Brodribb, about siz iniles from Orboat. The mining registrar, Mr. D. Munro, has received some fino specimens of coarse- gold aa well as specimens of goldbear ing quartz. Tho locality was prospected by a man named Broiherton some few months ago, who obtained a few colors of gold. More recently Mr. M. Parker, of the A«e of. Clubs Mine, and his brother Mr. J. Parker, gave tho place Homo atten tion, which resulted ia good loam pros pects being obtained. They had aa a pupil a led, about tea or twelve years, - named Croft, who, after a few lesions iu panning off, soon became quito an experts with the dish, and- within the last week . or two thia precocious youth has obtained* some specimens which are exceptionally rich -with gold. ' Notwithstanding that only a. trifling amount of work haa b»eu done there are sufficient indicationa to ...

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Mining at the Bemin. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

1 -i=r ru From tub Snowy Bivlb Mail. The Melbourne Aaa rep ria that apecimena of the-' reo£ diaovereU about, 20 miles nortn oi U-lub'i'orrucehave oeen forwarded to tho Minister of Miuuu. r£no diacovory was mudo at a depth of /0 teet, aud tho quartz,- which is atudded with iityors, paccnea, ana apecka of gold, would, if found in Coolgurdio, drive soino of tho VVo36 Ausfealian- ?? buomera' iuto i'j'otato o£ irantic enthuoiaaui. Mr.' xoator Bii.) a it la good Bound atouo, aud the position of tho reef oouviucea him that thoro ia a continuous zone ol puy abio gold between the ISomm Itiver and the .New tJoutii Wales border, aud he V7uq bura good work could be doue by prospecting partiea exploring eke territory on both aidoa of the dividing. line. ? Mr. W. Mustar.i, manager of the Ace oi Olube, reports that on j\o. 1 reef tiioy have tunnelled a iurther diutauce ot 8il. ', aouth. Tno reef io now a toot' vade ' carrying aplendid yold. A uew undur la,y unaft wud recently commenced on the litt...

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Bonang News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

, IWSffig BfBWgv ' ..' (Fbom our Correspondent:)' The Aurora . party have had their first trial crushing, whiehr I believe, turned out very. poor. It is reported that the yield waa. only 3|oz, from 13,.. tens of stone, Thio-ia too poor- to1, pay eicpenoea under the present. fflircumafcricas, and I am'.afsoid the iniso i.oj. likely,. to :bo aban doned once more, aa already come of the shareholders have rthrovfa1 up' their interests. - ?' ?. ?'. y -hi-. ? '. ( ' - -:- Mr. P^bert-.'Marr'ip'iyg^olaiin is sus pended', ?whiehA-loqkat'i-athor ' doubtful. Probably tho suspDiiSian 'wiii ;laat' a long time. .??.-??: ? ','?'?: ,' /; ?; '-^'' v'-' ?''.: Mr. Mead's claim, .Rosebud, is .not looking quite so,, . well* a© of li/ce: Per haps the few heavy frosJa 'we' have liad. haa had something to do with it, C3 a tiud iarather a' tender thing. '7. t ; ., . The'' tributors at the Victory ' cl'aini ai'o gottiag out some good stohe,: arid ? jf ia expected that thoy will do well out of the tribute. ' ...

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Save Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

. :=' -Save SMuliera. '.:.:-.: ? -^ /?' The position of affairs at Mildura is now ' y, becoming exceedingly' grave. 'Owing to'' ' .;? the' well, -known' ''difficulties of the phsti ;. ??'..' and to which it is now unnecessary to . , ? ^ allude, the settlement is practioally in 'a ?'.? ? ; .. : state of collapse. The irrigation .trust' : ; ' ;.|.:; which was recently'appointed 'finds that ' . . ;-'':;-V-'^' unless a loan of £40,000 is cranted' to1'1 ' y/:~;- -%: them by the State, the pumping machinery ' ' .'? ' ' 's-:','C-i;'$:j£!§ffli ?and chanhols of the ' drainage works, ? .?: v'-i] /vh!'1;^;;:.;: which have raised a/; wonderfully pro-]' ''.'?': 7'';^,;^%%^- duotive industry, will become so greatly.' ?'?'??' ' S .':i -ri'^^Ki^i out of repair as to involve a great loss in . ? ' ? ' ' ?\ fyrffity't working.' At present, an enormous.. ' ', ..' ?? ;': '-'.' ?';/? v ^v';iv.:; quantity of tho water pumped into the ? ?'..'^vo'-^H^'rj channels is Io9fc through soakage^ 'The: .'.''.: :X ?...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

KOMAN CATHOLIC. ... Sunday, 7th June.— Conwong, Jl ft.ni. 1 Monday, 8th June. — Dalegate, 10 a.m. .' ' . Rev. J. J. Walsh.

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Border Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

. Border' JotiiigSr [B? Eambieb,] The other day I cams 'across three or four men enjoying a quiet chat, in which I joined. The- topic of conversation was the ' everlasting -r land tcx, in courco of which one of the party romarhed thc5 thoro was one thing to bo thankful for and that waa tho benevolent (?) bankinjj. inQtitutiono would have to pay taxes on. -property held by thora under mortgage. ?Now, I thought at tho time thes paa'n. wr.C1 very shortsighted, his remark I considered moat aeainino, but I did not tell him go, for lie was a bigger man than I. Any how, I hove my own opinion on the matter, and believe that in tho ond the poor man will have to jiay the piper. Alas ' tho tinra© k'ave- changed1, and-' we have changed -with them.' In the good old days we bad money galpra and unlimited trust, but now come of u-- can not get credit for a clay pipe. ' A few more linos from the land o' cakes : — . ' When I hed d oSxpoaoo under my thnrab ' I could gofc cradrS in ilka tov7a', ? : Bu...

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State School Education. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

- State School Education. \ \ Theorists of morality (eays ''OutiB' in ' the Sydney Daily TRLEasAPH) are fur nished an excellent opportunity for gpt- '? ht tiag off predictions of degeneracy and ;?*,' woe to come by the South' Australian general election. There, as tho result of continual efforts on the part of an ear nest section of the community to have Scripture instruction given eithor in the State SOhools or nn-1nr; Rnmo-fnrTn nf St-jjfn ' subsidy, a tost voto was takon by means of-the referendum. So it has been placod beyond doubt that emphatically,1 and by ' a great majority, tho people are in favor of things remaining aB at present, when , v the Stato takes on itself tho' duty of teaching children the essentials of an ordinary education in tho current noces sities of worldly Qr businoss knowledge, and leaves to their parents and to the professors of roligion that of teaching them what is deemed needful from u spiritual point of view. , This may be a right or a. wrong conclusi...

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