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

SICK LEAVE. Uim readers will regret to learn that our genial postmaster, Mr. C. Stuart, has been seriously indisposed of late, and has been compelled to apply to tho Depart ment for leave of absence from his duties. A month's sick leave has beon gjanted, and Mr. W. Coulter, of Pambula, has been sent up a3 relioving officor. We trust that tho relaxation from his duties will be productive of much good to Mr. Stuart, and that at tho ond of tho month he will bo able to rcsumo his work with renewed energy, ? ' . ?

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

OUR MEMBER. Ma. W, H.;Woo», M.L.A., left Delegate, on Sunday,; so as to. be present in Sydney at tho. opening of tho Session of Parlia ment which took placo on Tuesday; . Dur ing the recees Mr. - Wood has taken th-- opportunity thus cfiordod of visiting tho yariouscentrcB of his electorate and ascer taining- tho wai.tB of tho rosidonts. Judgipg by the amount of official corres pondence, Mr. Wood has not been idle in tho past, but has shown a willingness to nmlertako any task whic'i'-w.-is in the best iatoreBts of tho diotrict ho represents.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

CORRECTION. ' In the course of his .-.-remarks at the car riers' meeting last ,w.eek, Mr. G. -Morrison paid ho had arrangod w.itlj Mr. Gqo.dman. .to go to.Cooma fora loud,. but a.disagree- anre subsequently tocA place as to price, with tho jesult that he did ;not go-; how ever, he had since agreed, with Mr. Good man to carry for him for 12 months at 3s per cwt. Mr. Morrison inform n. ne that he omitted to state that the arrange ment and agreement; was with' Mr. M. J. Goodman, of Bendos, and not Mr. M. Goodman, o.f Delegate, as is the general impression, and h^s asked us to make tho correction. .

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

'' ? .'. 'gold.'. '?''?'''?''.'??? '?'.?'':!.S'-- ; For tho month of April, Mr. Booth has iorwardedrto the Royal Mint, Sydnoy, as per., returna, 40ioz's rotortcd .gold and 2oozb.0dwt alluvial. ,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THRESHING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

. THRESHING. V .TnE follow.ing ia a. return of tho.thrcBh jng.^onp by :I\Ir. George DeeW.in thio 'portipn, of tho. district,, and. the Bondoc portion; of tho . iesghboi^ring cplony, ;f or. .tho'soaspn 1890,. from, which .Borne idea of tho ??unf(ivOTablone8a,.o£ .the. ooason. ..-' rpp-pwiou. witii, forjnor: years, may: be gleanod :-r-Numbor- of farmprs thrpohed. for in N.S. Wales, 4 ; number of buRhols tb.rosb.ed— wheat, 51 j oat 9, 333. Num , ? : ? ? ? i » i ber of Victorian, farmers t^res'aetl tit 7 ? number of bushels - throshed^whent' 174; oats,- 847 -, barley, ? 2C j. peas, -.\Q. lliese returns give substantial evidence that the crops generally have beon a. dis mal failure, and wo think it will l,e roadily admitted that thfl l'nrni.ora in this district wen quite justified in making application to tho Government' for «ce-l wheat and other cereals lor tho coiniu ueason. °

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13. (Before Messrs. D. Campbell and R. L. D'Arcy Js.P.) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

' WEDXESJPAY, MATc 13. (Before Mesera. I-./Campbell and K. L. y D'Aroy, Je.P) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. T. Winner, pleaded guilty to tho above charge. - - Confatable Keating stated that the defendant wao a mail contractor. On tho lat May he was driving ono horse on tho . side' of a pole, lie stopped him outsido ;t the CourthouQO and asked him -whore hie other horse was, and he roplied that ho '' leftifcin LiddleV laho, He (Keatihg) ' * rode out to look for it and iound it about half a mile from Craige. Ho tiied to lead ic to Delogate, but; it wa? too done up, and was badly whip marked along the side and around the logs. The Bench stated that as this was hie \, second offence of this naturo, they would r nno him £1, in 'default one month iu ^ ,, Bombala gaol. Defendent elected to accept the alter- ' 1 native* but Mr. T. Twj ford subsequently \ came forward and paid the fine. n j -] E. Tiernan pleaded guilty to the charge )t of cruelty to an animal by over-driving. ', ' Constable Keating st...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKLY PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

WELKLY PRODUCE SALES. Wfn G. E Maddison has decided to estab lish weekly produce sales in^Delegate, the first of which ho announces will bo hold oh Saturday, tho 23id inst. We wish Mr. Maddiaon every success in his new venture A sale of fat bullocks is advor tised for Tuesday next.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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FRIDAY, MAX. 8. (Before R. L. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

FRIDAY, MAX, 8. (Before E. L. D'Arcy- Esq., J.P.) ?\H '. DKUNK AND DISORDERLY. i William Cook, in custody, pleaded , guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly, aud waa'fined 10a or 48 hours. ,'.. ' Huving no money he had to accept the alternative, but the line was subsequently paid ior him ' ' , , SCBI8TING THE POLICE. - ?- The samo defendant was further ? ' charged with resisting tne police. , ' { Senior-Constable Stutohbury deposed ? r that at about 20 minutes to 12 on the V previous night he had occasion to go into ? , the Commercial Hotel to clear the house ; he ordered the defendant, and other per - vJ' ' aona who wore not lodging in tho plat e$ « ' out ; he told the defendant to go horn'1, 'but ho refused to go ; ho then caught - 1'' bold oi tho defendant and put him t/ut v Bide, when he- resisted, and he subse quently arrested him ; on hia way to tho Police Station, when about half way up tho streot, ho throw himself down and tried to escape, and they had t - handcutf ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

SEEDS. An advertisement from Meesrg. Arthur Yates & Co., Seedsmen, will bo found on our fifth page. The firm havo a namo of supplying really tip-top Reeds, which can be procured from their local agent, Mr. E. Booth/

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

MONEY ADVANQED PRIVATELY, - W|f ebtT DELAY. , ?NTEREST— 4J, 6 and 0 per cent. £50 OOO A7AILABLE AT 0NCE in l'ge and small amounts for * Station Property, Country Farms, or any good security Freeholdo, or C.P, Lands. Banks and Building Secursties arranged with promptly. Only Genuine Applicants ? are requested to apply, . . . . Money Advanced on Gold Minea, machinery erected thereon for interest in same, or purchased right out. No tangible eeenrity refused. Write or call on SWORN VALUATOR, APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNMENT, 375 Crown Street, Stirry Hills, Sydney. Send Stamps for Reply. New Seeds. Season 1896. Fruit Trees, Roses and £(ec-l Potatoes. ^4 &M0Mfl- ^P Gbass Seeds, Rye, Cocksfoot, Prairie, etc. ^m#ra'l'W C Cloveb Seeds, Red, Wn-te, ? u. i- ,. rtll, ?B ff* ? Erf ^1 Foddeb See. .3, Tares, Barley, Oata, etc ra / - ^* W^ Vegetable, Flower Seeds, and Bulbs. RELIABLE Write orCatalo°ues'prioe8-andsan»pieB. SiSsa wmk. ^5 ^Ur NeW Gnrclenin& G«We sent Post Free. EEIjSi '^. t...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the same Bench) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

SMALL DEBTS COUUT. -- - - (Before tho aarao Bench) - '') ' - John Bruce v Kobcrfc Koberts, goods ',£ sold, 18s 7}d. Defendant paid' 7^d. into Court, in which amount ho considered he was indebted, ha being charged for two tackle blockD which ho hadnovorroceived. * PlahvifC etcted that tho account anxond ered wao correct, arid produced hiG books ? in support of Mo otntoment. /_f tor Ucar- - ing a quantity oi! evidence ralntivo io tho blocks, the Bench gave a verdict for de fondant ; 1 vitnosj allowed. . , Mra. Millington v W. Tome, £23 lop, Summons not served.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

Current Topics. * ? v ? — ? ? Fkom enm Sydney Cojibespondent. ? . The only Australian nowspapor to 'assail the character and calibre of the doad veteran was the Sydney Biilt,i:tin. Tho assault does not surprise anybody, bi - cause Unit journal is in tho habit of run ning counter to the oontiments of tho majority of mankind. Yet tho Bulletin coasts that it ia uemocratic. ' But no. democratic journalist' should be unmind ful of the fact that it is to tho labour of Henry' Parkes that wo havo a f i eo and white Australia. It wcaho who success fully fought against the importation o£ convicts,- and it was ho who secured the restriction of Chinese immigration. These triumphn alono entitle him to tho uh-i dying gratitude of Australians. Bocauso he ciid not curse the 'country by legis lating on the- lines of every faddist and political propagandist, his life's work is belittled and his reputation libelled. That he was not immaculate and infal liblo nobody denies,' but that ho worked tireless...

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

v N^:?ari^$.ole^'?: !A:;;.;],i ' There is iiovman-on the. political hori-/ son -who seems as a statdsmonto aucceed lknrkea. ' ?;. ' ' ??? '''?? Lord Ilampden says it took England a- century to produce Pitt and Gladstone. and Australia a century to produce l'ai'lces. Yankee JJoodlo ib pure blended Vir ginian.— Advt.' May Day riot3 have occurred at Vienna. Oavalry. dispersed tho mob, and 50 per i sons were injured.' _'?;., Thowoniau Anrtie Dyer has confessed to the wholesale . drowning of infants in the Thames. An old resident of Milton, named 1'rank Shoils, dropped dead on Sunday while talking down tho aisle o£ the church. ' . . The Barnato mines in the Transvaal have been cloaed, throwing 4000 whites und 10,000 natives out of employment. The Woat Australian loan of £750,000 lias boon oubacribed four timeo over by liritiah tenderers. ... Stono of wonderful richness is reported to havo been struck on tho Queensland Extended mine, at Baidoiik (W.A.) Speaking in'. Broken-hill last week ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 14 May 1896

WALSH. — In loving memory of our beloved son, JAMES, who deported this life at Sydney, on the 11th Day of May, 1895, aged 11 years and 9 months. " The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken   away."— Job. I., v. 21. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord   When love has bound the heart ;     'Tis hard, so hard to say the words ; We must for ever part. Dearest loved one, we must lay thee In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished   Till we see thy heavenly face.     Inserted by his loving father and mother, Edward and Jane Walsh                 The Delegate Argus.   MEMOR ET FIDELIS.     THURSDAY, MAY 14th, 1896.      

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Gippsland Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

-fiippslamdl Stock HBeports. jUbsshs. Desallly, Macarthto and Co. report : — A full supply of fat cattle, buy ers plentiful for good quality lots, in ferior aor-,s not bo brisk. Best cows, £4 8s to £4 10s; medium, frun £3 15s to . . *4, ujrnt weights, £2 Cs to £2 15s. . About 200 head of storo cattle yarded, , nearly all selling at prioos equal to late rates. A limited supply of sheep for ward ; brisk demand. A good yarding of horsey; splendid demand for draughts and Indian sorta. Fa ir supply of pigs forward, all selling at advanced prices. Messrs.- A. M'Lkan & Co. report:— A . large number of cattle forward at Maftra on Friday ; our yards full, and consisted ohiefly of bullock* of fattening ages. There .was a fair uttoudanco of outsiHo ? buyers, und competition was fairly brisk. Fut cattle woro in good domand, and all eold. Fat bullocks, £5 7s Od to £5 10s; Tinamba bullocks £o to £5 6s. Wcnhan : gatta spoyed cows from £4 to £4 2s; ' other, lots, £2 15s to £3, these inferio...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

. Mining Items -The secretary of the Gippaland Mining ? Board has received intimation from the Mines department to the effect that the applications of the board for a battery for Club Terraco will roceivo considera tion. The Government Geologist Mr. Jacquet has been paying a visit to the silver mines at the Jingera, whore work is be ing extensively carried on by tho Jingera Mineral Proprietary. The rich lodes discovered somo few montha ago are con tinuing. In many instances ore taken out of the workings is almost pure metal. Nows from Tumborumba otates that Storey and party aro negotiating with a Gundagai syndicates of miners to soil their quartz reef on Paddy's River for £0000. Another party of miners from Oundagai havo applied for coveral leases . for quartz reefs in tho vicinity of Storey's reef. Numerous parties of miners are busy prospecting around the vicinity of Heinebko's now find on buck creek, but ho new developments havo been reported. ? Speaking at Croswick on Saturday M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

'' : ' RHEUMATISM! y'/.;,'' The Marianty Rheumatism Cure! QIUEE CUBE for Eheumatlnm, Sciatica, Gout, etc., Is tho only Eeal Permanent Caro known. Io It givoa Kolief in throo hoara, andoffootB a Cure In 10 to 40' days, according to tho severity of the cascr. It htio no rival or equal. Haa cured hundreds of' tho most hopoleB3 casoa, and io n. Cfodoond to thof poor Bufferov. We eond ndvico PBEE. To thoao uainp: tho 1IARIANTY CUEEf,— -don^t d03pair, but Dond dotailo of your oufferingo, and cet a oupply of tho MAEIADTY CUEH. 1 Wo have' Testimonials from many whcBavobson lonp; SnfferorB — given up by Doctors — who aro now permanently cured. ' The aiABlANTY BEMEDIES, under PEOFESSOE WATEEHCWSE'S Trcatmont, ivill euro, you', when all others foil. :? -?' 1 The MAEIANTY CIJEE Id eont diroot to ony addrosa on roooipfc of Poatal Ordoror Stamjra, carefully tacked; and Poat Frdb— 2/6, 5/-, and 7/C per bottle, or threo 7/6'bottle3 for XI; fall couroo, 35b. . : Marianty Rhemmriisin anul Gout Fills,...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

General News. ? A ? Shocks of Earthquake ? Last Satur day morning (says the ' S. R. Mail ') shooks of earthquake wero oxporionced hi several parts of Gippsland. In an hotel at Drouin tho crockory on the sholvos rattled, a cow bell hung in one of the stores commenced to rim)- n-iJ n+ -i.~ railway station it was thought' that a heavily laden Waggon had been run against the building. The shock was . also felt at Warragul, Longwarry, Bunvin and Neerim South. ' A Bihdeouioom's Brxirrs. — On Satur day last tho Heathcoate English Church was tho senno of tho first wedding cele brated within its walls. Tho contract ing parties vcre Mr. Levant and Miss Annie Frost. Prior to- tho cei omony, tho bndegioom was asked to stato his religi ous belief, and said « Nono ; I have lived amongst goodC'hrirtians and among st good Mahommedano : amongst Budd hists and pagans : I speak eight langua ges, but I have not yet fixed on any 'par- ticular belief.' no was not troubled with any further questions. Sra,...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

t News and Notes. ? «oy ? Tho usual monthly rneating o£ tlie local branch, of the G.U.O.O.F. will bo 'hold on Saturday evening. We would direct the attention of our leaders to the alteration in Mr. Good man's odveit!D3mont on our second page. A meeting of local fctockowners is called for Saturday afternoon lioxt at ii o'clock. Madamo Kingston, phrenologist, nn jiounoeB' that she will visit Delegate on Friday, remaining for three days only. The Full Court have quashed the con i viction of Dean and Meagber on the charge of conspiracy.' ? Opposition leader Lyne threatens, to oust radical Premier Reid. The National Association, under a, new , name, is conspicuous again, Tho Labor Leagues of Sydney are being reorganised. A dissolution just now would give groat joy to an army o£ Labor lights who think their Pailiamentary turn has coma. There was never ouch a Government for ' thimble-rigging,' complains Mr. Lyne. There is talk of the formation of a fourth party in tho event of a general el...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

Open Coliimn. (While our columns aro open for. the discus- ' aion Of mattf-M ot public iaterogt.'we do not nocesDarlly ondorao tho opinions oxptessed thoroin.— Ed.) ? '

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