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Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

Smatl-Poxi \\ In oiir .^o]egrnpuio;;.now8l,ifrom^ Sydney, I which./-'aiipeare^fin^y^^r^a^s^tisstfe/of:. this, pnperi ^ai'caso ofnsiol£ness^'svipp'oalstl.^ t° bo 8 m al I fpqxjf housb o'fjfMiv<;Bailby/^ti jburveyprfobear®tho; Burwood^^rttil\vhy!:'8ta'tionV'^^fwTho^entlbman " jrbferred ; to;;is-;at.; prpsen t,inoy t v'ey or j >7 !&o a jorart^ 1 atl g':a t r ;s offioej Qntl'shewed'.ua^vtolepraiD.'.hp had ro ceiVmli^orajihis wps.probounqbd!,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Novel Announcement. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

I ,? Vy g>,;» p.J',p '?:>< jfv:« yf4 , .V, . : ," v. . I - u Novel JAn^ '.;. j..^tTlils.f611.0win,ipy;n!tiyol'noti'ficiiti.'pri1 of a!,birtliV 'appeared1 in'th o: Ma n ar'o 'Mercury'thf |Walker/-ttn;tboi;'22a(l:-iD8taiit,'; at lier'resi-' jdenco, Bombaltt-street,r-Oboraa, the wife of ;Mr}|Jpbnf;E g'P. .^ollfer; .offjaTson".1;^'persons iintiebto'd - kiBdlyflpofc^uippn'' 'this ns an appropriuto'oooasion to aottlo thoir JttCOOUDtS." "

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Melancholy Bereavement. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

»: - Melancholy Bereavement. Wo regret/- to announce the death on Wednesday last /of Mrs.'iiurko, [wile 'of Air] William Burke, of Wallace-street, \Bratd wood. The deceased, who hod previously beoij in, the best of bdiUth, was seized on Tuesday,; the 12th instant, with violent retching and vomiting, which iucreased to ;such an extent, that she could retain nothing that she ate. On Wednesday'i lie symptoms' became alarming, and Dr. Llewellyn was constantly in attendance, hut all his efforts were, in vain, as- Mrs. Byrke.died at noon on Wednesday of inflammation of the lungs;* The deceased, who was second daughter of the late Mr. Paul Burlto, of, Gingamona, was 45 years. of age, and leaves a husband 'and seven' daughters (most of - the. latiter, .of tender age) toregret the ^oss of a loving wife and kind mother. The'deepest sym pathy is felt for-Mri Burke and his J family in their: melancholy bereavement^; and ;a large number of townspeoplo and residents of the district attended: the ...

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Home Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 July 1881

Home Letters. ? The P. nnd 0. 0 uupany's royal' .mail Bteomship Venetia will leave Sydney on Wednesday noxt. for Melbourne,, Adolaido, and Point-de.Galle, aud a uiail (to'-1»is. for wiird6d overlandand'placed on UoanPof her iu/lJobson's Bay) will bp made up uc: tlio General Pqst-Ojiico on Saturday . evening next, for transmission by which ' letters'! muBt be posted' herr» not later> than Friday. Such letters must be marked . V'a Brindisi, and stamped at the rate; of 8d to the half' I ounce.

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

? LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.] '' , i" .! ! .? u,'W, It (IT, LONDON, July 23. An earthquake has oooucrod at; Geneva and . Berne,: in Switzerland, ^which caused muoU'alarmiamongat tlie inliabitantH.!: . i i TKe: Cork Assizes^'at whioh'/d' number; of prisoners, were to be.tHeft.'fde' taking part in the agrarian digturbaaco mthaicounty,:hav0 been1 adjourned, in: oonsequtsnco of the povBiB tent'refusal of'juries to convict thejprisoners ofthoorimesforwhiolitheyworamdiotad, An appeal lias been made io Mr. Gladstone for, the disoharge of: those who have been imr prisoned as suspects;- when 1 tho Irish - Land Bill bas passed. . Numerous agrarian outrages have ooourred in<Bonegal.;v;Fi'tytLand Leagura have been, imprisoned for rioting?and; agitating. At;an: annual meeting ofJthe Oobden Club tho'ohairma(y, iu tli9 _ ooursV ,of his address to^ the,'^m,embers^!,;deploredj/tHa" growth of protection.;,^ .>;V.hf)trj,:i,r 'A-large Trine warehouso.at'iBordeaux has i been...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

> OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GllEVrLI/E's TKLEGBAM COMPANY,] SYDNEY. ' Tueiday Niaiir. THE annual poultry, pigeon, aod canary exhibition was opened to-day. Mrs. Emanuel of Goulburn did not exhibit, but gave special prizes of three; guiuoaa, the principal of which wore takeu by Mr. Peato with a pair of ttrdhuias purchased by him from Mrs. Emanuel at t/ie late Agricultural Society's Exhibition.' Several Qoulburn; i exhibitors took prizes in the ipigeon classes. .' The Executive Oounoil thiu morning pro claimed tm new' school districts under the Education Act, comprising the wkola of the const'region from Manning to the boundary ot Queensland. '. , . Tito Suez mail \vill be delivered to-mor row' morning,. . ' Dr. Duigan .visited a girl named,.Caroline Woods in Fowler Square this morning. He louud her to .exhibit all. the characteristic symptoms of small-pox, and she is to be for warded. to the quarantine station, A mau was found floating in an uncon Bciuus state off Ghullon Wharf ...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 25. Before Mr. Yates, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

YASS NEWS; (FROM OUJ» COBOTISPOHPBNT.) Y. POLIOB~COUBT, MONDAY, JVLY 25, JJJelore Mr, Yates, P,M, John IDng (a hnlf-caste) was charged with using indecent language ID Oooma street on S»turd«y night, and was fined 20/ or sevau days in gaol. v;Q;i!or^e Osborne was charged with using - obso^De language iu Oooum-sireet on Sun do.y 'illuming, about ball-jjaat 11 o'clock, and was: fined 20/- or seven days in gaol. Harriett Martin was charged with having no lawful visiblo meaus or support, and was awarded a term of imprisonment. i YASS GAOL.'-Mr. Gately, who has been for ;? sotno time doing the duty ;of gaoler at Yass, haB beon promoted to the rank of first-cla9s warder, Mr. Gately ia in ovpey respoot worthy of litis mark from the Comptroller-General. < > A!BOKIGINAL IN THE Looicur,-On Satur day evening an aboriginal or half-oaste ^aa , confined in the Yass lookup, and it is stated that whilst there he attempted to make his -; way through the small ventilation hole tnat is on...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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INSOLVENCY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

INSOLVENCY MEETING-. AN adjourned/meeting, in. ' the insolvent estate of Patriok Murphy, bootmaker, was held; in the thiigistrafce'slroom at the oourt house, yesterday,before Mr. H. H. Voss. Mr; Davidsonappeared'. fur insolvent, and Mr. Beits for this of&nial. assignee. Mary Murphy, wife' of insolvent, deposed : I remember.; arranging to.purchase Mr., Evans'drapery slock j I was acting on my.: own behnlf^ not myihusburid's ;; Mr. Evans: did not say how they were to be paid for ;; wo had no agreement; I agroed to take.tho; 'things as tho houae waa oheap.; he said he would tako payment by instalments; I swear we did not agree to, pay. in. ossh ;_Irtwas buying it myself.;: there','was no cash' stated.'; if'my husband said it was to be paid for'ja onsh, ho was wrong; I don!t take much notice of what he. ^ys'sometimgs ; 'Iremem ber going into the. store' and;seeing Miss; Thorman, another jouog lady, and twu/gen tlemen (valuators); I;said to ihemi I liad the money in my pocket to ...

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BREAD RISING WITHOUT YEAST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

1 BREAD RISING- WITHOUT YEAST. , By Fizoia. We the undersigned bakers agree' That (our is better by farhkan.ihrei*,: t And therefore (no odds who is vexed) That oo and after Monday next,' The price of bread shall bp four pence, And every one shall see ivo've sense To form a good bread bolting ring, And make of it a glorious thing, Tlien Johnny Pain he signed it first; Says he, " I make a tidy crust, And my crumb too's good as others" Then the next line was signed by/Brothers. The third who stepped in said, " How goes . y.er ? : Givfc me a pen, I'll write Bill Crozler." Tlf fourth man said, " My loaf's a good 'un, ST Ajer turn 'e out like puMh', IjOiice and brownt done to a turn, And never black; although John Byrne." Old Sam then wrote, and said, " Ho, tell That Pearson will for fourpence sell.'' Tiio sixth was Paul, who took up Pox's cart, Put "P. Arcens" on and made it look quite smart. ? , ' . ? He said that he had no desire for fame, And would put, P. down for his Christian name...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

; NEWS AND. NOTES.".' "Brief, them and what's ilie nevr« t"-K<rij John, !Weather beautifully fine. No police court cases yesterday. -. ".Fizgig's" been, amongst the dough. . - Milner Stephen is about to'pay > Goul burn a visit.. ; ? ?? '. . There will be a land sale at the Braid-;;:, wond land office tn-day. . , Mr. J. K. O'Meagher, solicitor, died ,at Grrufton on Monday morning. : Sir Bryan O'Loghlen's return for. West -- Boiirke is now regarded as certain. Sir Arthur Kennedy and Miss« Kennedy are on a visit to Eurl Olauwilliatn. ., The steamer Meath., left:. Hongkong on Tuesday last direcit for .Sydney. , . ".> '? Tlie frpjuht i charges for meat per Ouzco are £3107 0/2. . 284,543 lbs. were shipped. The Brisbune doctors have not yet de-' cided whether they have suiall-pox there or, not.' ' . , ; ';?: *'? ! - Big frosts every morning.; Gdulburn'' s will soon rival Orange and its' freezing-' t machine.' ? . f Each of the Royal middies planted a free at Falcon bridge....

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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: THURSDAY, JULY 27. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Miss Clara Stevenson's Company. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

3?TT33XjISH33X) . 33"V33BY- MOlfrN'XjPrQ Trutli, ever lovely slnne tlib'world be^an, " Tlie foa.of tyrsnta mid tlio friend of man,-Campbell. (J'oULB'URN-. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Miss. Clara Stevenson's Company. Goulburn baB ,b«en of late" visited by several oompanies.-baieriQg:. for thei amuse menp ofiall.thosa ofra,play-going taste ; and-, ?we find'that inextweek there >will bei ap other opportunity afforded of spending some pleashnt>evenirig8 in!'the^ Meohanios' vlnsti tuti>."'!;Mi8B Olara Stevenson is.announced'to; ploy for'! a few nights and; as^she ' is well known to<be rajpleyoFarti8te,Jier; entertain ments may-he, .expected to 'afford much pleasureito.;f.ho80jwho . mayvpatronis0; them. Her company produces a.varied programme, itfoluding^theruniversal- favourite1 play" of; EasfcLynno, ""and others wHiiih 'have been well«freceiTed .;1 farces- and^ other- oharaoter pieoes are also i- to " form! (portions of the amusements.- -We anticipate...

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Pamphlet on Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

Pamphlet on Vaccination. ,y { A. smalt pamphlet:, entitled " Vaccination in, the Light; of Modern Enquiry," by Mr* George LnoyJ has boeu forwarded if)' us. ;The author takes . tho spoaition of an . anti-vaooinator, and 'makes .use of mimy ! strong arpumeuts, ; baolsed. up by the expressed' opinions' of ;s0vor'iil; high medical authorities; against the cus tom. We would rooommond the little pub lioation^or 'perusal-by all who* desire to deoido for themselves upon the merits or demerits of vaccination. The pamphlet is published by the -City of Sydney Printing and;Publishing Company, 15£ Bridge'Street, Sydney.* '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

Prime Beef & Mutton. Cootainnndra Wholesale and ESetail Itiitchering; ' Gslablislimcnt. J.pfHIGG . BEGS to announce to the inhubitants of Onota mundra and district that ho !).«« OPICNBD THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT lately kept by 'Mr. J. Noble, nod hopes for a continuance o{ the patronage hitherto accorded'to this long-OBtsUlishod 1 Customers may rely upon meeting with civility. olennlinejs, and' despatch; and as Mtt. DUH1GG kills iiothiiig but tho . Priuicst Ox and Sheep, HE CAN i DEFY COMPETITION. ? N.B.-Hides and Skins purchased for Cash ; higbdiit price given. 1' ' . . ' Gl^lden Fleece; Hotel, HOWELL-STREET, (Nuor Railway Station), C O O T A M U N P R A. JOHN HINGBRTT BEGS to inform the Public that ho has OPENED THE AI'OVE HOTEL, and baB had it thoroughly renovated, so an to make it replete with every comfort. Its superior accommodation and proximity to tho Railway Station will make.it a most convenient Hotel1 for Oommerciul and Rail way Travellers. First-class Accommodation ...

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Unique Turn Out. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

Unique Turn Out.i, Our Ooolamundra correspondent writes: On -Monday- Mr.''J., Howiaon (Lion.Bre.wery) iri'hiaspiderj'andidrivinghiBilittle thorough-' bred, G.lenooe, did tho journey from Dotiip-' BByjBoHotBl,'iGooldmundraj ;to« Mr. tB&nnan'a Trarellers'jliestifTempra lload, a distance of QJ, rdilos, in fiveminutes, under ,the hour< ihe .'.appearauoe of . ther brower'a turn-out caifsed-'muoh*merriment Von - its 'arrival'-at BirJili&h'a] and"' t&eM nffair' was so ridiculous, ihat.it defies deseriptiou. '1 *" _ ''

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A Curious Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

1 A Curious Case. | A case ofa rather... unusual nature, was heard at the Water Police Court yesterday morning, An infant, name unknown, was brought before tho Bench for protection, It appeared from the statement/of' tlie pftlico that on Friday > night,, between 10; and 11 o'clock, two persons, a man and a womanj; \yent! to. -Mrs. Isabella Olemens's residouce^'at ,4$ Palmer-street, Woolloo rriooloo. Rain was falling very heavily , at the time. The woman asked ,Mrs., Clemens w[hethcr,she could leave the baby with her Hiirmorhingfr^"' Mr». Clemens'®'material in stincts wore no doubt evoked at seeing the infant.out in the pelting rain, jirid she con-; sented to take,it Jn,, the mother, or"sup p'osedimo.ther) promising; to.caU for it £i|>;ain n'uDCtuallyat 9 o'clock 'on : Saturday morning. . Tho -persons,' whosei.names .are not known, have not been heard of since, ? andmthe, child; was . brought, before, the court in ordor that its support miglit be pro vided for..,",Since being, ...

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

CHAPTER XL More than twoimontha had - elapsed since, Ellon: had rejected Jack Durst (in, , apdMr. ^"WomeMley'a/liousehold had bepn in its usual quiet way. - t Gf'oouKe^Ellen'had beenqompeljod to ap-j prize her guardian .of, the motive 'ofJook's visit, and of/tlie'answer'wliibli' ahehad given to.his appeaij; and,; equally!of, oourse, the old gentleman'was furious.'. 'At least,' lie mu'r inurfld ofsfplly.and ingratitudo>];of .birds in hand and.birds ip, buahes of the weakness of refusing' eligible7 connections wbioh were ? prdss'ad tipbn1 her iu favour of tho shadowy ' future which had yet to be created. The old gentleman worked himself m'o a rage on ihe point; doc hocaune bo was surprised at his niece's behaviour, for, in deed, ho expected nothing else, bu' because* ho Whs mirittred nen*rdlly irritable-p'arily tlirougn his fit of the gouVparily on acc nint of that confounded, banking business. And he vented bis annoyances on l3ll»n, as the beBt of us irritable mortals are wont to ...

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Newspaper for Murrumburrah. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

ITewspaper for Murrumburrah. ^he~p0,oplp;ofMMurrumburrah ,are,atilast io.1i&Te''tbe WdykQtygec'of ^Iboal-.nQwspapor, to"' bo" style d*'' T ho M u'rru m hurrah1 Signal; aii'd'' County' of .Hardeii' A'dTocate'.'^;'' This; is a move" that does; credit''n'ofrouly ^to'tbe proprietors, fl&essrs'.' IWallac&tBrothers, but tpj thoao,talsoj:-\vho :,may .havo .enoouraged: them to start whatdsinowia generally recogrt xiiBoJd'*''Tnali^tioax*-*'pffoTrBry-t9Wii7-i- a ;Mooal!." Wo'^i8&,{tfe;iou'Sixii,'BU&BbBBi"W .fiiitTi.'lum in.ifVuw iv i;>;- .log i', . i'.'.i a nt .:/» i^may?imeet jWith. ja .largo shareof nBupport, whioh it undoubtedly will, if it'in.airso^sons advocatas^trullii.and jiudopQndQnco^and we liave.no'doub^tHat'auoh'is 'the'intcintion of the.proprietbrsi:,A:.'; "'j'.'' *'M. -...I?

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CATHOLIC LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

OATHCXLIO LITERARY ASSO CIATION, I Last Monday was die second anniversary of,,ibe Oftiholia Literary /Association, and on tlie evening of day, in commemoration of the occasion, a banquet was held iu tbe Society's rooms, Bourke-street. Besides the members themselves tbe public were largely represented, upwurds of100 guests being in attendance altogether. This number in cluded ladies and g^ntlomeo, all of wbom, aa they sat around the festive board, seemed to thoroughly onjoy the evening's entertain ment. Tbe ch*ir was occupied by Mr. L. Le Breton, president of the Association, arid seated by hun were the Eight Keverend Dr. Linigan and the Bev. W. Bermingbam, the socieiy's chaplain. Tbe vice-chair WHS filled by Mr. W. 0. Lynch, At eight o'clock grace was said by his Lordship, and then, .amidst the clatter of knives- and forks andr the din of merry voices, the good things were operated upon. -Messrs. Line Bros, .supplied tho ediblos, an abundant and good variety of which was displayed o...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

L V 1 ??? ?["-T ' " 3ES2LiluEJ»r WVMHB. CHAPTER X.-CONTINUED. ''AND ( hovp oijuld he . trust you?" asked Grogracp,, slowly, m My- good'eifi do not you see he would have ma perfectly in bis own bi nds ? ? Be alone would know where the money was up to tbe time, of our fiuding i,tand, after wo had found'and shared it, we ihould both be in tbe same boat, and it would be dangerous for one to deal falsely with tbe other." "I see," said Grogram; after a minute's consideration, " That's square enough, that is. Now, the thing. is, suppose you found this man that you wanted, how would you got him to escape ?" " He would , know all about that," said Mr. PeritwjeBzle.; " I should not think it was very.difiioult," " Not difficult!" echoed Grogram, with a entering laugh, "Have,you been out to the round tower at the end of the Spit ?" " ]}Jo,"'said' Mr.' Pentweazle ; " I have not been there, <but)r have,seen it. There are eome.. convicts, there, I believe.^ " Tliore aire,'indeed ; some ...

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New Style of Cheque-form. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 July 1881

'O y'fi > >'<'2 I i K I t I ' iMi93i/NewiStyle; ofit.Cheque-form.!, r i 'I'WtfaVoin'recQipt'of tvnow style of "chequo fqr 'tlift'jb o pxri /? li t;' o f/, Mr. (J[.'. JV.. . M c ICi 1 lop ^; ananoger oi-tho Oom'meroial- Bank,-Oaro6iir.' The now formpppssGsses^oVjeralj'advanta^es in the way ofraffirdirig -apdurity1 against ud ditionstfWi'altorationWb'eihg made'.; once: it &asib;eonr $lled,;b;jr,the .drawer^ and it.j will .j3upply a want jwhioh-lias loog been felt. WHeO^genorQlly ;}£'aowjii 'waf oonaider'tVa't the new form, will 'goyft long;\fay'/towards, fluporsedingrthe" style at presejjt'iri common USP,.;jo% oWifiitOSSoSi 'CO fivffwfcofiV .»> JjTUoCi

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