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A Capital Charge. A COACH DRIVER IMPLICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

A Capital Charge. A COACH DRIVER IMPLICATED. A complaint to tho Bairnodalo polico last week bas lod to tho arrest on a capital charge of Henry Mozona,.. driver of tho coach between Brutbon and Buohan. . It eooms that Miss Crawford, a yoang woman 10 y»ars of ago, who had boon engaged at Mitton'o Buobaa Hotel as a domostto servant, loft that plaoo for Bairnodalo on Wednesday, tho Oth last.) by tho mail coach, Bhoboing tho only passenger. Tbo road ifl Tory lonely and is often traversed without mooting any one between Bruthon nnd Bucban, Tho girl alleges that,' nftor loaving Buohan, the. driver of tho ooaoh, a marriod mart named Bonry Markus,!oommonaod to kins her. Sho xesontod the treatmont, and told MarkuB . oho was . to bo marriod on . the following Wednoadby. On arrival at Boggy Creek Hotel a stay was mado for - lunoh', when'Markustroatod hor to a glass o£ wine. Af tor leaving Boggy Croolc the girl alleges that Markuo again kissed her, and afterwards assaultod hor in a most brutal m...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Sudden Death at Craigie. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Suddoii'^'eatU'at Craigie. , ONTuosday afternoon last 'a. resident of Craig'io,'i Jlr.ijipugS, ' not having seen, an aged'-chiniirnahV'namod Yurigi Sung or Tin;g Bin;g;aboutnB usual, -thought that - something BeriouQ liad^happened^to,' himj in conipany' 'with othora '.he 'Visited tho old'inan's hut,' ana' finding the aoor lobk .jed/fo'i'cB^ it opbh', .rind:' discovered Yung Sung p^Ting Sinp; lyjng dead oh tho floor adjacpnt to hia bunk. Mr. Gough Uien in formed 'tho ' pDiicoJ who went oat ond made a thorough' examination of the placei'but'eouid fiud'rjio ' appearanco of a Btrugglehaving taken pldoo, drmarka of violence on tho body, which cwaa very emaeiateaV 'No food was found, in the hut,' and at on inquest hold by Coroner Murpby the above ' facts -were elicited, andaTeraict returned to tho effoct.that tho 'deceaoed died from benile decay. Hung Sung or Ting Sibg was about 84 yoara : of ago, an3 woo well known to many roaidenta.having resided at Craigie for upwarda : of 80 ycare, pr...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Craigie Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Craijrie Notes. (FnOll OOB C0Ut!.'E9P0SDENT.) The Craigic Public Hall Social took place on Friday night, and can- be written down as on unqualified .success. About 35 coup.es put in appeaj-nnce, and spent a jolly nigUt, enjoying ? themselves 'hugely ; no wonder that they did, the music provided by the Brass Band, which played-liyely dance-tunes, audtliemusicplayea-on- piano, violin -and cornet, rendered by a nuiubcrot lauics anu t;entlciBcn(to mentibri names v,-6uld require too much opace), wot enough- to put life ond energy into the roost ' sluggish dancer, nnd make those who could »ot dance 'wish that they too couia indulge in that pastime.' An adjourament^ortsavrEJ-niadc oboiit mid nii*ht. The tables were- laflcn with the good Uiinra provided by the : Craigie' ladies, and the Misses S. Roberta,-A; Grovca,-?. Bruce, and C. Lawson attended to the wan t3 of the nucsta with charming grace.' After every body hod done justice to tile B°°a tilings provided/. dancing rcconunenccd, and di...

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Death of Mrs. Cameron. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

wnath of Mrs. Cameron. . Tun death waa roportod on Saturday. lnRt of Mrs- Camoronwho aiod at J a.mv on tot morniag. . Tho' to^*^. who wob a native o£- Scotland, .had; been an Invalid for tho' paat soven _.!„ „„,! had reached thovory.npoago nf fll voars, if which Clyoara wore apont °u thL district. At tho- Preabyterian Church on Sunday last, thd Rov. ?-?«'?»?. Auld rofcrrod in fooling torniB to tho Christian fortitude with which tho do ooasod had borno hor illnosa, ond to the fllinl affection ahown by a -lovo'od dauchtor who faithfully attended her during tho many years. Mrs.- Cameron loavoa a family o2, nino -childron, tho ??» i-fij''_'u n»mVini- Jl/-: nnri fccO dtOClt Stand children -11. -Tho- funeral took place on Monday, and was attended by a largo numbor of rolativfla and friou^a of tho family. A' groat number p£, floral tributoa woro laid On tho coffin, ana in cluded wroatha from tho ' majority of Dologato residents and othore. Tio Rov. J. HG. Aold, B.AVcdnauctoa tho aorviao at...

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MAY.—31 Days. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

? : ? ,; MA.Y.--31 .Days. ' PHASES OF THE MOON. First Quarter ? 2nd at G.7 o.m. Fall Moon ? ...Oth at 12.10 n.m. ??: ? Last Quarter; ? lGth at 0.3 p.m. New Moon ? 23th ot 0.1p.m. ? First Quarter........ ,31st at 4.24 p.m. .? 'a : S a 1 -g »??-??? s 1 ' H m . [?» Doyof Week a g | § ? S' ' m I ' !3 .-.. ? . o ? - ? ?? - ? II SI H M P.M. P.M. 1 Tuesday 0 29 5 10 12 40 10 50 . 2 Wednesday 0 30 5 15 125 1157 ' 3 Thursday 0 30 5 14 2 5 A.H. 4 Friday 0 31 5 13 2 45 12 58 5 Saturday 0 32 5 12 3 24 2 ,1 6 SUNDAY G 33 6 11 4 3 3 0 7 Monday 0 34 fl 10 4 44 4 13 8 Tuosday 0 35 C 0 .6 27 5 23 0 Wednesday 0 35 5 8 0 10 0 33 10 Thursday 0 30 5 7 7 7 7 44 11 Friday 0 80 6 . 0 8 3 8 51 ? 12 Saturday 0 37 5 6 i) 2 0 55 18 SUNDAY 0 37 5 5 10 8 10 63 14 Monday . 0 38 5 4 11 8 1144 15 Tuosday 0 39 5 3 a.m. p.m. lO.Wodnosday 0 40 5 2 12 1 1 0 17, Thursday 0 40 5 2 12 59 144 18 Friday 0 41 5 1 1 65 2 17 10 Saturdoy 0 42 5 0 2 40 2 40 2O'SUNDAY 0 42 5 0 3 43 3 20 21 Monday 0 43 4 50 -1 38 3 52 22 Tuesday 0...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

?T'riAyE just opened up a splendid rango' of WINTER (J^ODS, '1 including — '?Blankets, Rugs, Mens and'Boy's'Surbs, 'l0asli2neres9 Mannels, IPlanneleittes, -!&ssox1ied 'Twee'ds and otlier Dress ^Mattorials, Lades' 'Jacket's., Men's 'tfratierproof Overcoats, L'adys and 'GexLtfs 'Underclothing, Iftirs, Ha*s9 etc., etc., — 5*£~ SPLENDID' LINE8 OF— £-^- %aftgar©o -Brand Boots 'ahil Shtoes, 1 (Absolutely- be'sfc on the market'.) . '^'in^Iiatest Shapes, at Exceptionally SLow Prices. %- :I nave'o'pened'n'largo parcel of SBaeBiais -TeHf 'at !«- Is 3d 'Sttd'lB Od'por lb. vl?or quality and flavor this Tea has no dljunl 'In alf Iinc3 of Groceries you will find the highest qualities jit 'the 'lowest 'Possible Prices. ' 'Prompt 'Attention ''Given 'to all Orders] FBBB DELIVERY. TTNrcra sto^e, *-'?-£- .te-ii-'Se a- -.a. t !s - I /tmCtl'r.'i'riNG'in Delegate, Craigie, Bendoc,' Mila, Delegate'Biver 'Bo'nang, aiJd surrounding districts of Monaro generally, and is tllo oniy'reebgnised^advertisi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

HAVING purcliased.-Mr.'H. T. Brown's interest in tho above Mill, wo aro pre pared to supply tho bost quality of Timber at tho following .'?'.'.....'''? ????': ?'?.?.'???pssDpES's; Ba\m Tlinlicr. at Mill. 7s. per 100ft „ IJroppcrs, 2in x l), «s. -loi_ : ,; PalinSs, oft, 3s 6d per IOO. . Sa%vn Tlmljcr, delivered at Dele K.it c,' 10s. per 100ft.' ? ? : : Ingram § liustard. The, Delegate -Hotel Jo M1JBI13 WiBHES io notify to tiio 'roiailonta . DolcRato, nn4 tho Travelling Pabliir . ?ijenqrally, thftt ho has taion'tbo obovo Hotel (lataly occupied by Mr. C. W. Evano}, :and hopoatorasrlCoobftroo! publto Bnpport. ' ;. '? '? . Th6 Honso hao boon thoronp;bly ronovatod !dnd vioitora . and- othoin ivill 2nd otot comfort,;..'- ?/ . ?? .. ? ? - i: ;.::? 1 Nothing bnt tho vory Beat Brands oi WINE.9, -SPIRITS, ALE3, -to., Btockcdyfor . which' tho prcjiriotor has oinays hold s good 1 reputation. ''?'? ? ?'??- : :- -. ;:'.'' ?'?'/'. : Tho STABLES aro provided with tho boat ' of Fodder, acd receive ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

:- ''''_' MotHiisre I7:': : ''?? '.'? Do you know that Dr. Sholdon's JTow' Diepovery will relieve Croup inatantly P Aq it opntaina no harmful druga bE any kiud, it. 1b poitfectly safp fbr'jp.ur child ron. Sinall, Doao. ' jfioaaaui. to .'take. Prioe 1(0 ; iorgd* aize.3/-' i'Fofrsalo By-,M, Qobdman.& Co'., Dolegotd, ' ';r'' /

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

: '. : Latest: 'd^toaWm&^^'ivV.^ ? . ,.y — - — ,,...,,? ??'--???.??.. . . ...- -. London,' Wednesday. ;\f: ? ??'?; ?? TKe San Franoisoo' b'a'nbs -have;reJ . ';, ; ?'?.? opened- for business, and no heavy witW. ' ' drawals are reported. .??'?'.'? . ? '. Tho Canadian 'surplus last year;, amounted to £1,500,000. . Italy anttoiJ; pates a eurpl'u's for the current year oC ',] tivo arid a half million pounds/ ; i; The German' Minister for Foreign At- . iairs.states that tho Triple' Alliance is as' '. strong as over,' and believos that German. intoroBtd will not b'e ? au?ootod i£ Great' Britain dad Russia arrive at an Undor^ ata'nding. ? '' .

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

. '..'.;'?? Ccncral '.News'.,..' '.Vi:.'l. . Sydney, Friday,—- The High Court ho,W ; ' reversed the judgment of'the Full Court 7 ? : in the Tfequair v. Willia !oase, andhao : ; ordered a commission toi issue to eiamiuei, ' Willis in S.A/ ?;?..;;.,.:'.;? :??'?/ .yVJ-C-^\ ?-'.- The Agent-General advises that :;13I- - ;. intending aettlora have left England : for! : ? N.S.W.i with' a capital of £20,148.;.; ;/-::' vv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

BILIOUSNESS BANISHED. Bilo Beans Prove a Blessing. That horriblo sonaation of dJEsmcan, and that disaL!roeablo woakonmg eon sotion of sicknesa-and faintms aro Buro indications of disorganised bilo flow and invariably moatt biliouDncss. If tiio liver ia in a healthy condition, the- bilo 'flows freoly,: thus promoting ossimilation. When tho liyor bocomcB - slURiriah' in its notion, tho atqmacn oil organs ? of digestion are. over- ; worked; Food is not digeatod. R-nd1 carried throuph the syatom as Nature '; jntonacd.T -ft- acbumulato; ' causing flatulence, sickness and often vormt Srs.^ M.V Jordan, of Kolly Streeti Scono, ? N.S.W,, ' /says:—'.' For many ?; ,' years I ha'vobbbnti' martyr -to Bilious nessr Almdat Bvery'fortnmht I- Would : havb onattaok;:and*ry;.what I.would . ? I. could got no roliof . ? Tho pain, in my - hbad' was' unboaraWe/, anS also; tho pain dcr68s'.:th6' eyes: After eatmij I tfould- vomit- terribly. -I- tried sovorol so-oallod reinediea, but could. gain .no roliof....

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Bombala Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

,;- v Bonifoala v Notes. : (From our Corrhspondbnt.) 1 An attempt ia. being mado. to rovivo tho Minstrel Club. It, ia.on tho cards that a.',Bhp,w,'..wiU bo givon nt an oorly dotejin aid of tho.School of Arts. Several attompto havo Tiooa raado al tondy to got Ao football olub going thia Boason, bat ao.far witffiut buccobs. Tho 'rising generation' lnck tho go and onorgy'that thoir prbaocciisora onowod. Mr. District-Surveyor Stoano ia at proa em ongagoa in nnwUing out aomo 2000 acres of land on tho Bombala Temporary Common, for Homestead Selection pur poaoa. A. £25 pigeon matoh ia to bo Bhot off at Nimitybollo on Thuradoy next. Sov Bombaiaitoa havo stated thatthoy mtond to compote, ond already thoro .a aaoarry ing around for. aparrowa, etc., m fact anything to ahoot at for practice. ' Mr. Hopkins baa juat roooivod another consignment ' of gramophone '^rdo, amongst wbica aro apvotal by Madamo ? M™C NoVtHat tbo long f '*«0«n; in'ga are closing Id, many a pleasant hour «fi bopaeadd by tho...

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A General Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

A General Itninrall. S^dnkv, Friday. — Rain has fallen genorally over the Stato, and ovorything points to copious falls, over a big orool All tho i western wheat country benefited.'

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Appeals to the High Court. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

AvvealH to the tiigh Court. SsfDNEy, Friday. — Ten appoala havo boon mado to the Iligh Court from1 Supremo Court docleions; nine of which' have been rovorsed. . '

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Ireland—Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Ireland— Homo Rule. Sydney, Friday.— ^-A largo and enthusi astic mooting hold in tho Town Hall loot night unanimously condemned .the reso lutions' of tho Commonwealth Parliament iu .favor of Homo Rulo for Ireland. Mr. Roid, who was tho principal speaker; arguod that thoy could not grant. Homo Kulo unless thoy recognised the right of, an Irish parliament to demand completd independence. Ho declared tho question was outsido tho sphoro of Fedoral poli tics. A potilion was adopted for presen tation to tlio King, declaring that tho resolutions of tho Fodoral Parliament diil not roprosoilt tho opinion oC tho people of Australia.

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Peculiar Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Peculiar Legislation. Svdnf.y, Friday. — Tho Fodoral Chio£.' Justice says that undor tho Immigration1 Koatriotiou Act, any porson could bo' provoDtod from entering tho Common wealth unless ho could speak ovory Europ'oau langiiagb.

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The Nindoora Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

'; Tfiie Xindoora Tragedy. . . S^ydnry, Friday. — Further dotails re garding tbia tragedy show that Campbalt was.dismissecl from tlio Station a fort night ago; owing tu Mrs Jamoa complain ing that ho was trying to persuade hor to' walk out:.with mm. . oho has a gaping holoin tho crown of hor head, and her aoudition is critical, with signs of blood poisoning. . Mr James is Battering from ' concussion, aud is in a semi-delirious!, state, .:?,;. ?'.'?.???.-',?':?'?; '.W.. ';.^'i , ?.

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Stranded on Manly Beach. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Stranded on Manly Beach. SYDNEY, Friday. — The French barque Vincennes, from Japan, was stranded on   the ocean beach at Manly last night during a strong easterly gale, and was carried within thirty yards of the promenade at low water. Four sailors reached the shore in a boat, the rest, twelve in number, remain on board with the Captain, there being no immediate danger.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

Tattersall's Consultations. {?' George Adarns.,1 [Hobart, Tasmanlp, - NOW OPEN : ?BRIGHTON PLATS, ?Bun 'at Brighton, Tfts Jano i 60,000 snbs at 6/2 Important Notice. On all Sniepi on Rucl'! rim utter JttNUilRY 1, 19O5, tiio TnsMnwinN government srnr.ip thx nill bo 2(5. on cnch Ss.'TieiCtiT and IJd. on cncli 1O3. TIGIIET. Client3 must therefore ndtl these aniou..ta to their rcmitttinrca. The TASMANIA GOVERNMENT im AUTHORISE!) tlic TKUbTELS of tin- Eit Ho oi tlie Into GEORGE ADAMS to carry on the LICENCE nnd conduct tho Swcop Iiusine&3 tinder saino innnuBonioiit na lor uevoral yenro past. Parcels muv be forwarded throuph any PARCELS DELIVERY CO doinp bushiest with IIOBAKT, or money maybe remitted through any BANK in Australasia. NOW OPEN: PRIS03 OF VALES STAKES, Run at Randwick, N.S.AV , liiuceofWileaDirih.lay. CO.OOOsubs at 6/2 '? SigHla88 Pastrycooks, '. ; Pitt Street, Sydney. -|bii' ? ?;,-??, W£BDIHG '.CAK^_±_i-JP§B_j THOMAS fi'SOfJ, . NEXTOYCL0^AAo.,5yEAnTsE172QLEDE Provid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

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