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MINING NEWS FROM DELLICKNORA. DELEGATE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

MINING NEWS FROM DELLICKNORA. DELEGATE RIVER. Tun Bonanza tributoro tavo otono at ' grann estimated at about 20 tone, which id oxpocted to yiold about It, ounces to tho ton. — Hobba and porfcv hnve crushed 1 - six and a hr^t tonn of stono -for a yield k ' of 7-F.O7. — The Cool^ardio party havo started operations afinic. — Tho Kinndra pariv have some excellent stone at grass. — Scloiff nnd paity, of tho Pioneer mine, aro raising another crashing in tho jSTorth Pioneer, and havn lot a tribute in the South Pioneor. It is to bo hoped that thii mino will rpppnt its former rich yieldc The battery owned by Mr. J. R- berluon ban been unable to 'work full time for want of water, but thpy have now a gnod supply. — Mr. Thos. Marriott put throuf* n ton of quarts from hin now ilnd for the haidn',me ' return of Cozs. lSdwts.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Border Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

Border Regulations. Foil fcho information of our readers wo publish tho following regulations which are observed with rotation to tho border traffic : — Paraiiflulpn to import fjoodp, stpot, etc., across tho bordor on tho dopoait of duty may be (fronted by tho Sooro'ary for Trado and ^astorao on vcot-ipt of vMtton application, ? s a'ing tho pnrpoao for i.'hich. it i3 do3-rod to import, inch goods, jto:L, etc. Th« puiiod v.ithin vrhioh tho geodo, atocfc, eto., nhtvll ba Eo-oj:portod or 6-'o omuunt of duty doposit -d bo carried to revenue, ohall be as under, but in no casa chull ouoh petiod ex oa d bis (6) iiiontlio. If thn rroodB, ftook, eto., tire psportfid within tho poriod f?p-'oiOoil here under ho deposit DJay bo rofundmi. but if not so exported tho [.mount ohall ba carried to rovenuo; — ? 1. Ferpono on hornobaclr, or dr'ving n horno and cart or hu^cry and pan of hor. on, on pr- vftto baoina?a. — Deposit of dut.- uot oxce3ding thrPB month 8. 2. Peraonn on liorsobaok, or driving R...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DESERVING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

A DESERVING CASE. On Satiuday last Mr. William Oslington, who was enmpod between Bonang and tho Delegate Rivor, was o\ ortaken by «. bush firfl, by whioh he had the misfor tuno to Ioho his dxay and tackling, blankets, bedding, and othor sundries, which wero upon tho dray at the time. Mr. Oolington is a hard working miner, and an old and respected losidont of Bendoc, and in order to locuperato him. for his 1 )bs — a serious one to a poor man — a suliGciiption is b(-ing raisjod, and we hope it will be willingly responded to, as tho cane io one deserving of practical sympathy. Lists nre open at Dudley's hotel, Bendoc ; Foley's hotel, Delegate River; Clancoy'o hotel, Bonang; Raf ter's hotel, Dologate, and ono at this office.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FICTION. THE PRICE OF A LIFE. CHAPTER III. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

?? - TXCTXQH, THE PRICE- -DF A hWK BY E. 11. 0. MAIXH. CHAPTER III. (Continued). Sho oponod tho outer door, and hold ' ing it in her hand, oho aaid in c voicf t n.t was lik ? tho ev.oouul mudo, ' Now you don't a1-!:, I %/iii j-zvo it to yon.' And - er enqui^ito 'ip-i mot bio for ;\ bri- f npo 1, :hou nhe puuhetl him gently out iu o tho . arlcii'!)*, cryinr:, ? Turn to ?fche l»-ft, th*-n trio cocond to the? right, taoii the iirsif- to tho leffc a^ain ; i-ftor that you will kijow jour 1-/113.' And th^nshc ohut tho door, and ho hoard her draw the, bolt. CIIAPTEH IV. 'Turn to tho loi't — then tho oocond to the ritrlit — tuen tho tiros, to. tho loft aguii-,' Morvyn r« p»at-d to hiinnelf droimilv, aa !:o oluv/ly. walked off, in too direction 0^0 i«ad indicated ; 'aitor that I bhall know my way.' * ATtor that' Movv\n did aor knor/ hia r\'y, -if course, but ue {louudeit-d about until 1 j came upon a policeman, who ruci^d much «duDod nt his iguoririoa. ?You hovo tulc'ii a wrong turn corao wh...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

f- '-1^ and - .-_l .., . BORDER POST. PUBLISHED A.T DELEGATE EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, and Circulating in Delegate, Cuaigie, Bombala, Comiowong, ^ombomg, Djilkoate Rivzn, Wollondibby, Bendoc and BoNANa (Vic.) PILO WEIGHT - AND DAWSON, PROPRIETORS, THE POLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC. Will bo thoroughly - Representative oC .the District — Clean, Newsj, and ' ' j Interesting. ^ , , ?-' s Terms of Subscription : 4^ PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. ' , , 1 5a „ if UOOKED. ' ',''?'?, S - ?I1 ? 7a Cd per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. Z ' ' ' 10a „ if BOOKED/ j-' POSTED TO VICTORIA SIXPENCE PER QU ^.RTER EXTRA. REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE OR PO, ORDER. Bates of Advertising:1 1- r SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, ' , ' FIRST INCH, ,THREE SHILLINGS; EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO SHILLINGS. DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONS L INCH. THREE. SHILLINGS. - _ .' Special Bates for Standing A&vps. '?;- ? - ' - ?* ' ' BUSINESS MEN- ARE REQUESTED TO TRY THE ? « AEGUS1' AS AN ADVERTI...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

News and Notes. ? A The trotting stallion Cock Robin haa boon purchased by Mr. Johu Nichol, and is at theBoryJee of ?; breeders, at Upper Bondoo. The Marquis of Waterford, who had been in ill-health, committed suicide cm -Wednesday by shooting himself with is, revolver. Tho Popo haa convened a meeting of i Cardinals with a viow to tho promulga tion of tho doctrine of hio temporal power ao au article of faith. Tho rtico for the Cmnbridgeshuo Stakes (England) wm won by Mr. F. L«« combo'b Marco, tlio Austialian horse Paris having- been ucratrhod owing to tho death of tho Marquiu o£ Watcrfoid. In tho Assembly on Thursday, tho ?Minintr Laws 'Amendment' Bill was re committed, and borao imthor alterations were mado in the measure. Tho Lepislati-o Council on Thursday, bv 36 to 11, romoved tho £175 Lmd tan flxemption in tho Lund and Income Tares AaiCsamont Bill. An cmendmont on the Taxation Ma chinery Bill iu tho Legislative Council en Thu-oday, that all lntid'i within munici pal areao bo ex...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE POWERS AND TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

THE POWERS AND TURKEY. Tun disturbed condition of affaiis in Turkey baa had tho effect of depies-ting tho Bournes on . the Continent, The Vienna Correspondent of ' The Times ' says the Sultan of Turkey is convinced that tho Powois are trying to ibolate Great Britain in her demands for reforms. The hostility of the oificial newspjpeia indicates, the coirespondont points out, that Russia and Fiance art ceasing to co-opearte with Great Britain regaiding Annonia, leaving Germany iuactivo in the mattor.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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GAS EXPLOSION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

GAS EXPLOSION IN LONDON. A t\ iiiiiBLi' ga-i e?:plo^ion occurred on Tuesda3' nifht near the Straiid, com pletely demoliohing two honsea. Four of tho occupants weio killed, and 80 were injured, the latter being rebcued with gieat difficulty.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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A GERMAN EDITOR IMPRISONED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

A GERMAN EDITOR IMPRISONED. IIkr.ii Dieule, the editor of ' Vorwaertb,' the Boilin aocialiHt [-aper, has been bon t«nced to six months' imprisonment on a charge of ' Lese Majeste.' Thepiobecu tion aio-o out ot articles in the paper ridiculing the ceremonies conducted b v tho Emperor William of Geimany in celebrating the annivoisaiy of tho cap ture of Sedan.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE ARMENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

THE ARMENIANS. Sr.mous fighting, extending over three daje, has taken placo betweeu the Turks and the Armenians at Marash, in Asiatic Turkey. Tho gendarmes wero culed out to leotore order, but they weio fieiccly attacked by some 2000 rioters. It ib ie ported that tho Armenians ha^ mur dered the Turkish comin aider.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. A PECULIAR LUNACY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

^ .Cable Items. A PECULIAR LUNACY CASE. A You^fG lady named Lanchoater, 24 yoars of age, -was recently soizod and ooniinad in a lunatic asylum at tho in stance of her pnient9, they objecting to a desire which blip exprcwaed to live with a aociahst without going through the mar riage coremony Tt-e Lunacy Commission has inquiied into Miiu Lanehebtei't* case, aud orJuied her lelease on the giound that she is not insane.

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

' Mail Timetable; , » J' M Tun following i« the mail tiiae table ob« ^ ' ')j served at the local office : — j ^ ,-' Mails leave Delegate every Monday, \ l 1 Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for - , Craigio, Nicholson's and Bombala, reuch- 'j-\^ ing Litter place at 7 p.m. \i Le.uo B (inbala at o a.m. on Sundays, -1 ,,', _i Wf-dnoRda^s and Fiiiays, arriving at j ' ' '„ Delegate, \ia Nicholoon't) and Ciaigie at 1 ? .,',i 10.30 a.m. ' ,*, Li-a\e Delegate eveiy Sunday, Wed- ' 1' nesdu^ and Friday for d riowong at 11 ' a.m., arriving at 1..J0 p.m. 1 ^ , s t Leave Currowong at 10 a m. on Mon- - K 1 r\ \ dajs, Thuisdass and Saturdays, arriving f /' at Dflogate at 1 p.m. Loave Delegate every Sunday and ' ({ Wednesday at 11 u m. for Tombong, '? ^. arriving at Delegate on roturn every , * , Wednesd iy and Sundiij* .it 7 pm. t \ Lea\e Dele ute .it 1I.-S0 ».iu. on Sun- t,^ daj and 9.30 a.m. on Thursday caching ( v^ it Beudoc (\ic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 ',ju' p.m. on Thur»day, Boiiaiif (Vic ) at...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. BOMBALA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

Local Iiatelligeiace*. EOMBALA ATHLETIC CLUB. THE'eecreturiou of tho above announce elsewhere in this ifiaue a £30 Sheffield handicap to bo competed for on New .Yeavfl' Day. ? Tho club should succeed ia obtaining a full entry, when a good day's oporB may be anticipated, . . . ? ;

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V.R.C. Spring Meeting. THE MELBOURNE CUP. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

V.It.Ci Spring -Sleeting. , THE MELBOURNE CUP. (By Thlkquaph.) Sydney, T.uksday. Tnn race fo? tho Melbourne Cup, th*- event oE the year in sporting ciicleu in Australia, which annually attracts go many thouemdo of peoplo to ou:- aiotor colony, hau onco ag im been decided on tho Flemincrton course, and ao has so often beon tho cp^o thoco most fancied by tho public have had to lowor thoir coloro to a comparative outbider. Despite tho pro\ riling depicaasou tho aveia^o attoudpuco \,'ac more than auatained, and tho many c:;citcd face3 which weie to bo ceoti an tho hour for tho race drew near clearly dt.monatra.ted tho feet that the interest controd in this great event had not flagged one iota, Much speculation T7GB rito no to the chances of tho viuiouo starters, oddt, being fieelj- offered and ua loadily taken bv thojo v/ho had r fancy to back, but on thin occa'iion the pencil lors, and not tho genor.il public, camu out on top. A start having been effected the first to appeal out of the...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

, ..'-I-1 (? ''? ? ?' ' j ' : '-??' ' il ?and p 1 , - ,, ? JBQRDER POST. 1 v 1 PUBLISHED , AT DELEGATE EVERY ' WErlVESDAY AFTERNOON, and Circulating in v Delegate, C&xiqiz Bombala, Comiowong, Tombong, Delkgate ItivEit,, Wollondibby, Bendoc and Bonano (Vic.) , , ' PliOWRIGHT ;ANI-\:DA,W8ON', ''??'', ' PROPKIETORS. l;''' ,',. ;' t * ?''''''''''''''j.ji.'i-I.iiul ? L'iu^LJiij'!!i'!rT'_'jTi-'''^ ? ljjul-i_liluuilw TIIE.'P,OLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC. ; THE AEGXJS - Will be thoroughly Reproaenta 'ive of the District — Clean, Newfty, and , '' Interesting. ' .. .''; ? '-* ? ^-,' -\, '' ' Terms of Subscription : 4i PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. , 5a „ if BOOKED. -' . ' ' 7a 6d per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. V 10s '„ if BOOKED. ' I'OSTED TO VIC1 ORIA SIXPENCE PER QU ' RTER EXTRA. REMITTANCES JN POSTAL NOTE OR PO. ORDER. - \ ' Bates of Advertising : SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, THREE SHILLINGS; EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO SHILLINGS. / , ' DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, 1 , FIRST INCH, F...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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PUBLIC SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

PUBLIC SCHOOL PICNIC. By nn advertisement in another column tho public aro accorded a cordial invita tion to attond a picnic in connection with tho Delegate Public School, which takes pb.ee on Friday nest. A dance will be hold in the Aecembly Hall in the even ing. The pupils attending the Delegate River Public School are promised a simi lar treat on tho 22nd inat. ' : V

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Delegate jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

delegate Jockey Club. Tup annual meeting of members of the JjM&vb club' was hold at Tattoraall'e $£a£ia Hotel) on Tuesday evening, when the following gentlemen were prcsont : — - Mp^sra. T. Rodwoll. C. Hat don, E. Kemp, W. T. Poiter, T. Ford, A. M'Donald, R. Walling, G. R. Phillips, A. H&rdaker, J. Plowiight, and A. 'Wood (bCdotnry). Mr. Rodwoll v.'a, \otnl to tho chair, and explained thrt n this vr.n the an nual meeting, it ould dovolvo upon v them to elect fich. oih?o bo*ioro end a committee for the emuinjr -- an: aud ho ' hoped that eveh r:ul ell \,ould wu thoii be.ifc effort to m-\ o tho foithcoming meeting of tho Delegate Jockey Clnb v successful oao. Theio %.rs a uilvoi3 lining behind fcho cloud 3, aud they roi ? had a loci nv., ip.ipoi, and ~7ould bo ' ablo to got t'leu luccling: pioporly re ported. AU t'llucocoiioidi'iod, he thought the proopDctu \ oro f auly ^ood, and lie hoped they ?'.'?ould oil unitj to nake tho meeting a plesoont t»nd ptofllnblo one. Tho ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Pithy Points. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

;, Pithy Points. , A y^ting man broke off an'engagement because the girl named her pet calf after him. The fly, -&e7?g-n *B onco more n°arat hand, and baia-headed men are begin ning to see another reaaoa for regretting that they did not die young. Kissing goes by favour, but the man who idnaoii the keib-Dtone when he tried to walk over au orange peoling did not consider himself highly fcvorod. ?What is the moaning o£ a back-bitur P' asked a gentleman at a Sunday School examination. Thii wao a pu7/.ler. It went down the claao until it c- me to a simple urchin \.ho onid ' Perhapa it is a floa.' A young lady, freoli from tho boarding school, ou boing told by tho servant that they had no gooseberries, e.~clt-imod 'Why, what ha -happened to thegooso?' lie wao from the country and camo to town for the first time. Au ha looked at the telograph wires, ho said, ?' Why do j ou make 5 our wire-f enco co high ? ' .Tho /foil* wing obituary notico of a distinguished citizen io Jiora a Yan...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

CRICKET. A multing of members of the Delegate Ciickot Club is ccllod for Tuesday even ing nont. All membero are requested to attond, together with those who are doei rouo of becoming members. Wo undor ctand thnt tho club haa received a chal lenge from tho Bombala eanioro to play on Saturday week nortt, bufc conaidering that tho teem havo had no practice oince feheir defeat by ' Our Boys,' it io not altoQCtJior advisable to accept thiG chal lenge just yot.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895

': ??? EMI TmiQ ^ Table. - - The following. ia the mail timo table ob- ' - surved at the local office :— - , Mails leave Delegate ovory Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Craigie, Nicholson's and Bombala, reuch ing- lnttor place at 7 p.m. Leave Bombala at 0 a.m. on Sundayo, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at )elOfirato. Via. Nicholson'n nnri Cvninin n* ! 10.30 a.m. u Leavo Delegate every Sunday, Wed- ' netsduy tmd Friday for Corrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.m. Leave Currowong at 10 a.m. on Mon days, Thursdays and Saturdays arriving at Delegate at 1 p.m. ' Loavo Delogato ovory Sunday and Wodnecdar at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delegate on return ovory Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p.m. Leavo Dologato at 11.30 a.m. on. Sun day and 9.30 a.m. on Thuradry, reaching Bcndoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 p.m, on Thuruday, Bonang (Vic.) at ^.30 p.m. on Sunday and -1 p.m. on Thursday, and Orbocfc (Vic.) at G p.m. on Monday and 6.30 p.m, on Friday. Leavo Orbor.t, via Bonang...

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