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VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES. ? Transfer of mining lcaao approved. — W. S. Grenvillo and others to T.- J. Hon L-y, Bcndoo. Mining lease- declared void, — M. M. Emanuol, Qzc. Or. 28p., . Clarkevillc. Application for raining lease abandoned, — J. Bolcnd, 200' acrcu, ? ?: Delegate River. Application for license ;.' approved, — County of Croajingolong, John Honnleigh, 35,000 ncrea, Wiugan.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Fun and Fancy. WORSE THAN THE WORST [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

?? v :?'?$ un and Fancy: '- ;'^fe$ WORSE TSAK THE WORBT . r Mr. Thomas Augustine Arne, the com- . poser of England's famous national hymn, '- Rule Britannia,' was once calloi upon '? ' to 3 udgo between two very bad-ain^rsV1;.' ' .After patiently hearing them, heattidto-.ii' onoof the contestants: ' YouK are'r^he ''if worst singer I ever hoard in my iife.-(-:M ;':?-'# ' Ah I' cried the other exaLtiaaihiW' 'then I win.' ?*?..' ' '. No,' said Dr. Arne, « you can't sing ' at all.' ° : - -; QUIT8. ? ?, I.-''---. Among the advertisements in a Ger man paper there lately appeared the following : — ' Tho gentleman who found a purse with money in tho Blumenstraesu is requested to forward it to the address of tho loser, 'as he wa3 recognised.' A few days afterwards tho reply was inserted : ' The recognised gontleman who picked ; up the purso in tho BlumonetrasHO re quests the loser to cull at^his house.' .RAILWAY TILiVELLF.il The flrat experience of riding in a rail- ?' way train is undoubted...

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

EXPORTS. The following marsupial oldttB and other , -produce were shipped by Mr. Booth on ? th'e; Hth inst. : — 3231 opossums, 1G2 ^.wallaby, 23 kangaroo, add 48 bags of 'bark.

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

Alpine Stores, DELEGATE,. H. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. (Established 1875.) V ?A LARGE AND WELI^SELECTED STOCK OP Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c., TO. CHOOSE FROM. Only First-class Goods kept in Stock ^»— — ^ ? *__ ? ?ikllli It li lifeily)^). ? AMn A, , IGfflSiEAID PIANOS other V/IULp II HJkm . rlAWUS ?-. ?? makers. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Our Prices are vory low for strictly 6rstc1as3 Pianos for Prompt Cash or Time ? ? Payment. , ?'?'. ESTEY ORGANS The Best Tone and' Most Reliable. From £7 upwards. BRASS BAND and all kinds, of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ... --r 4$0 /? t~.^-338 QE0RQE STREET, ^^^USHEo^^-/^:///f/r£^^ The Vgest Piano Business in Z. 3 ^*' Australia. . , v . ??'.-??'?? THE BEIjEGtATE AK0-FS' . Four Shillings per' Quarter in Advance. PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY 'I'MpRNnTG. v Advertisements at Reaspn^bfe IS^tes.

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

. .CHEMISTRY. ;0:We safer, our -readers to Mr. 'Earle's ad . . yertisement, in .which he requests that his ..-?pntronB will eDdeavour' to- make a point v. spf calling early during tho -winter ?\ .miontha, to enablo him to return to Bom ?.'bala at a reasonable hour. He also an ?neiunces a number of preparatory remedies . o£ his own mixing, and as Mr. Earle is -?renowned- for keeping the largest and ;bost Btock of drugs to bo found south of Sydney, customora may roly upon obtain ing a genuine article. Mr. Earle's cre dentials in pharmacy are of tho highest ?orders, and his remedies are carefully and accurately prepared.

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

:, . THRIOE IS HE ARMED, ; '^ !? ;' ? WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. ir; ELEMENTS TONIC, - .THE WORLD'S GBEAT RESTORA ??/?, TIVE HAS CURED MORE CASES OF ,' :' .INDIGESTION, NEURALGIA, WEAK 1 , ness, debility, dropsy, bright's ;';. /disease, and liver complaint ^ than all other medicines put together; % .: yt&jgJL^ y°u aro e*c^ ' and value your life v'^gjlJaist on having Clements Tonic, and no ..'? '^.'siibajtitute or you will be disappointed. r- ? .?? . READ THIS CASE. fr': Mr. W. Buck, draper, Goulburn, N.S.W., V ;. ;..;?? who writes on May 23rd, 1893 : — I am ?; ' only too pleased to certify as to the cura ? ? tive properties of Cloments Tonic. I -' have been a sufferer from severe weak ness ; hearing so much about Cloments Tonic as a nerve strengthoner I invested .. in a few bottles of it ; before I had ;15n»8hed the third bottle I felt myself '. thoroughly renovated. As a nerve . ' strengthener and appetiser I have never inot anything .to equal Clements Tonic. -I don't believ...

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

Visitors to Sydney will havo failed iu thoir duty to themselveo if they feil to ' '- \eo that truly marvellous production— the ' Cyolorama of Jerusalem— noar tho Rail- ' way Station. No word-paintin-v, how ever brillient, can desoribo the realistic scene. Timo and space aro annihilated and you are brought, face to face with the greatest tragedy the world has evo* witnessed, and see resurrected a city of marble palaces, tho cradle of civilization -tho Holy Caty that hati lain in its tomb for nearly 2000 years. It ia one of « the sights of the century' whero tho looker on stands spell-bound. ? Advt. A cablo. messago from tho head' office of the Mutual Lite Insurance Co. of Now York has been received at tho Australian head-quarters of the Company, Martin place, Sydney It notified that the state ment to the close of 1895 had just been issued, .showing that the income of the yoar had amounted to £9,975,000,- that there was a surplus of £5,500,000, and £45,400,000. The now assurance actu ...

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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XXVII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 21 May 1896

FICTION. , MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. By Mbs. GEonan: Sheldon. CHAPTER XXVII. (Continued). Marguerite knew that instead of making; out hi3 report, ne ho bad said be was jzoiiig to do, be had been griev. ing bvtr their unhappy interview and the rolentlcss attitude 8he had assumed towards him. ' ? - ?With a rapidly boating hoart, a flush on her cheek, and a look of high resolvo in her ejca sho Dtolo across tho iloor and gently laid her hand upon fiio shoulder. j ? Reginald,' oho aaid, . eoftly, ' why will you work bo late? You will make yourself ill.' ' Ho lifted hia head and turned his faoo , towards her, end it was so worn anc haggard that oho. with difficulty oup^ pressed a cry of foar. ? . . ; She was ready to confess her newly-; awakened love for him, to pload for forgiveness for the pain'oho bad made him suffer eo long, but ho shrank away ' from her touch ao if it had burned him. 'Why are you here at this hour, Mar guerite?' ho demanded, coldly. ?lam' well enough ; I have my work to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

Visitors to Sydney will havo failed in their duty to themselves if they fei) to see that truly marvellous production — the Cyclorama.of Jerusalem — noar the. Rail- Way Station. No word-painting, how ever brillient, can describe tho realistic scene. Time and space are annihilated, and you arc brought face to faco with ? the 'greatest tragedy tho world has ever witnessed, and seo roaurrcctod a city of marble palaces, the cradlo of civilization — the Holy City that has lain in its tomb ?'?. fofnearly 2000 years. It is one of ' the ? sights of' tho century' whore the lo -Icor- on stands spell-bound. — Advt. X cable messago torn the head oflice of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York has beon received at the Australian head-quarters of tho Company, Martin ? place, Sydney. It notified that tho Htate jnent to the oloso of 1805 had just beon issued, Bhowinir that the income of the year had amounted to £0,975,000, that there was a surplus of £5,500,000, and that tho ascets had been incr...

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

Items of SpoH. Carbine's colt from Duoana has been ? denominated Amberite. Peart, the Monte Chriato diver, alvcays eaid a prayer before taking bis terriblo leap. 'Hill has amply justified hia inclusion in the Australian olovon. The cricket matches in England will cost, in cables, the daily press syndicate at least £10,000. ' Banjo,' tho poot, rode Blacktracker, the steoplechaoor, to victory at Rosohill on Saturday. The brilliant mare Maluma- hao been seemed by Mr. Paton, ownor of Carnage. George Redferu takes Moluma to Eng land. ? ? ? Harry Rickcrds is mulung £15,000 a year at tho Tivoli Theatro. Hia luck came lato, i.but it could uot come stronger. The football oeueou hao fairly set in in Sydney and Melbourne. .Tho boom, howevor,'is nothing liku cnat of previous seasons. Gold Prix, the winner of the Hurdles rit tho last Koaehill raoetiiia, was sold to T. Payten for £.10. The bicycle road raco I'm- women over ? 11 miles in Melbourne on .S.-Uur.iay was a fiasco. Eight membei-M of the...

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

^Uurroiit Tojiick. -. ,?;'.???.-'.? ; . ? ♦ ? = ? . .: FnoMovM- Sydney ConitKsyoNDfcNT. JN'ow that the Attorney-General has inti mated that he does not intend tc dual f jrther with the Doan case, this eensu tional episode iri tho criminal, judicial, aud political history of tho colony muy bu rogardod-as completed. Dean.remniuti in Dorlinghurat Gaol to- livo out a long sontonco forporjury. The fact thut ho recoivod 14 years lor tho failure of tho Crown totomporatoly sheet homo to him the capital charge of attempted poisoning and not so much for tho perjury to save iiia -nock may bo passed ovor. If Dean. i-i : -ine.'thon tho puniohmont ia wholly iuadCqi(ai-). If ho- is v.tr irresponsiblo idiot, t-lK-u ? ooorior or later tho inoanity symptoma Tvill rescue him. fiom his iu . caret nation in a felon's cell. Tho con viction of Meagher for a miedemoanor .avid tbe oubsequont qucahing of that conviction did not finish- tho law'G hold on Meagher. It waa competent for tho Crown to apply for a ...

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THE MUSWELL LODGE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

; /.- THE. MUSW£LL';L0DG;EiuRDER. ! The t-wo.r«5\J-convicts',-'-AJlbert MUsori'and' Henry Fowlor, arfe'Btedon 'suspicion of the iniir.ler;o£'Mr.- Smithjari'old gentle man residing' a{ ?Muav»;ali'-Iiodrte-^Torth. ?London-, 'iriFebruary iast. were tried at the Old Btiii'ey and' found guilty. Both men v/ere sentenced to;Houth.' -?- ?: ; Milson hadf- proviwuoly- eorifossed that Fowler was the actual' murderer,. but that ho wab oluo iin aecoanory to the crimo. v When thb' death pe'ntenco had been pro nounced a tbriibio - ucono ouourriniin- tho 'tlbck. Fowler auddonlw cttapkod Milsou', and- - tried ^ to - murdor him. Tho pdico, interfered, but Fowler fought Bovou,pti thorn ' dcBporatoIy. 'xio was eventually vercome, and removed.

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THE CORONATION OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

: . (THE .CORONATipN.b.F; .THE CZAR. Tiin cBremonies' in cbnriectiftri Vi^h the coronation of the Czar icora'mbnced .at Moscow'' last Thursday, the' occasion bo ing-ma'rkod.by'a gorgeous pageant,:- -.. :' ; The Czur rodp- from.-4;he ..PctrOTS^y Palace to 'the ICromlin on a- white charter, and unattended.' ? He was followed bv a cavalcado' o'f Eastern and. European Princes, ;eaeortrrig the ,C2arina, and by en immensd .' liumber of the mpmbdra of the Russian uibbility. .',.,-.. . . ,...,.,... ; The', route -from-- i the 'Palace to the Kremlin was guarded by a force 'of 200, ,000 troopo,-- ??': v ? ??' 'v:',; ?' L;' ; ? ;;' ...' '.', i Boundless : enthusiasm was djjeplayod bythepopula.ee.' ? ' ? .'.. . .. .

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Gippsland Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

Gipl)sland Stock 'Report^ Missus. Dr8AiLi,\, MACAiiTnLit and Co', report.— I'afc Cattle A fairly-godd yard ing of all descriptions Good prime be*5f was in biisk demand, but mferi' r lines were hard to quit We sold two prime shorthorn cows for Mr. John Jennings at £0 per head, topping the market, nn«l being tho hlghost mi(.oobt.iinr«rl fnr. flown .or a long time pnst Tor uamo owner, 9 cows, nice quality, at £1 0a, lido, fair to unddhug quality, at £3 5s Tor Mr. J H Bankin, four pens cf cows from , good beef to primo at prices .ranging £3 9s to £5 12s, and for other owners cbws to £8 18s, and from Bmthon a, Hue of beefy cows at £3 2o Storo Cattle A very small jarding, tho smallest for monthB past.. Wo. sold .about , 50 head ? for Various owners at auction, and pn vately during the week 10 cows and japringera at Golantipy at satisfactory figures. Sheep A^good demand for all classes, and tiuy lines coming foiward sell ropdily. lloreca On Wddnesdav and Thursday last t\o i'eld a special h...

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Cable Items. THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

CaMe'K«iis§,. ??? : ? FKOJI TKE'-DAILIES. V . ,THB -,-TRANSVA At.- ? ?? ? .'Additional ? details ' ?haVe' been received ^with respect to the revisipn of J3entoncos passed upon the members of the Reform Committeo at' Pretoria'.. 'r'*.''.'' ' ! The terms of ?iuiprisonment' have been reduiJed.to five. :monthe':--in -the'-cdsoB of ? Messrs. A.- iiailoy, Bottmgtpn. Ma'S Longerniaurij' J; W. Leonard' (formerly,. Attorney-General of tho Cape Colony,! arid now the-lea'dcr o£ ' ??tUe''TrariBvadV Bar), and Sir Drurariiorid Dunbar, Bart. Mr. 'S.. W.; -Jameson,' brother ofP-DrJ Jameson, and Mr. F. W. Hariiilton,- editor of the 'Johannesburg Star,' liavo oach been sentenced to one . year's impriaon mont. '' ' ' ....'. . ..

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

©itlcitiE (DotTcsjiDonKilcjace. The following letter has been forwarded 'to us for publication by Mr W II. 'Wood, ML.A — JT Postal & Electric Telegraph Dopattment, , General Posf Office, Sydney, 1 ith Maj , 1 806. Sir, — With reference to tho enquiries made hy you at this ofuce on the 18th, ' ' instant, concrnin^ the Bonibila-'-DoIe^ate r * mail service, I am di_Aci.td by the PoBt* ' mastoi Cenatal to ??nfoiai you that in ( consequence of tho u 'Liuiaifietoij fnaiiner f m which the service h'3 Le^n lamed ' ^\ out, it haL boon decided to invi e tenders \ l for its perfonnance fiom t' c l°th proxi mo, with a view to tlir- ( n,^^],latjoii of l the present contract , such tenders to1 be - '' received at this office un to uoon on Wed nesday, the 3id pro^ imo. ^ As considerable diilicuHty has |been experienced in seeming i\ reliablo con- N !' 1 traotor on thiG lino, iu him boon notified in the al-vUt'iGi-iiioiifc invxang ferid'ers N i that oaoh. tondoi mujt Le t-ccompnnied 'Hi by ...

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Bombala News [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

\ IJoiiiliula News (FnOJt O^R COnilKSPO-NDENT.)' '? ' ? ? O.v Sunday, morning last a- largo number of our local sports departed fot Candelo to witness and tako part in the athletic sports to bo run off on tho 25th. Some half dozen of. our local pods arc running in tho two big events, arid ao they hove boon hard at work training, I hopo to hear of their bringing tho big money up this wny. ...... ?? We havo had a oplendid fall of rain here, and iho hills around tho town are already looking nico arid green. If tho frosts will only kepp away thero will soon bo a little grass for otock. Queon'o Birthday pnoscd r.^ very quietly and dull hero, no spovtr, oT uuy kind. Afew fireworks wore lot of£ end bonilrcs lighted in tho evening. '? ? -- ? Tho results oC;.t-io Candelo Grand Handicap and Birthday Handicap aro just to hand, and, ao usual, our pedo; wore again beaten by the dovrn the mountain boys. They are aa follows : — ? Candelo Giiand Handicap. . A, Grant, 19 yds - - 1 A, O. Mannc/ll yds...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

t- . ;.x\ {J^ws^aj|^:Nwcs. .:';.:: .; ? , '? A; meeting is called for. Saturdp y night . next 'yrith. the object '-lot forming a foot ? ball club. '.. '-,.'/. .';,. '.;? . .-., . Mr. J.;8hearet invites tenders for clear-, ing 400 aares of land. ' Tenders, are invited for sinking and - timbering shaft of the Percy Goldmining Company a further depth of 40£t. 'Mr: Stone will make bio regular 1 monthly visit to Wallendibby on Monday next, to receive fura and otborproduce. Madarae Kingston, phrenologiat and 1 medical clairvoyant, haB boon in torm since Friday, and hea had a good run of business. The procecdo of tbo ball, after all ex penses aro paid, will amount to about £10. The School of Arto Boll Committeo de sire to acknowledge c donation of halfa guinea from the Kov. Father Waloh. Queon'a Birthday phased oir quietly, No display of flrov7orlco at night. One or two bonfirea vroro lighted in oomniomora tion of tho ovont. \ ? The Fromicc denies that there f b to bo any change in thq per...

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School of Arts Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

'r:': \ . ? Sehdoi:,^ Ari$ Btili. ' TiiR 'flrat of a eoriuB of balls, purposed to be held in nii.of the building fund of ?a. School of -Arts in. pelegtte eventuated : in the Assembly Hall on .Monday night, ? and'^aa; pr'enounced by each' and all to ? beorie of the beat conducted and moat : sociablo reunions ' over held in Delegate, ? a circumutanco upon which tho promoters arid the commit'tooo to whom the carry ing of it through was entrusted havo good g'roun'dV. for compliment. For a ??week previous^ tho weather had been' cold and unsettled, -with raoro or 1oq3 heavy rain and sqnalla; and Monday did not augur too well, tho day being raw and' cold ; but it would talco moro than tho mere fact of tho weather boiug inauspi cious* to damp tho opirita of tho Delegate people, who aro enthusiasts iu any 'mat- ter they tako up', and aB tiio majority of thorn aro are ardent lovors of dancing. ? littlo grounds for fear wero cntortained ' as to tho buccesa of tho ball. Ono of tho greatest diff...

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Shipping Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

SMjppiag' .EDSssLstes. ' ; ? -; ' ':;? ? Three shipping dic3toro (all Sydney owned vesoola) aro roported as a resultr of the howling coutharly gale that was ' raging along tho coast during the latter end of last weok, end in tho caoo of one there wao loao of lifo. The otorm, des cribed by a ohipaacator who wao out in it, as tho ncaviQct ho haa oxperieacod for come ycara, ciimo up early on Snturday, .! and was attended by furioua rains, ; : cquallo, end a hi^h and dangerous sea. ' It is not to bo wondbred, therefore,' that ? :; ? tho omp.ll ornfta. ouffcrod. ? AVith ouch; ? V '. ': V7ild weather r.'.ging off tho coa'nt! thero. ? wao nothing left for tho cosoting chip- ' ?: maotor but to run for choltor, and it wa« r whilo niakbig for v- haven of orfotythat . two of tho wroclis occurred. .The cchooner Condong and tho bcrquoniino Korooln, , wero tho unfortunate venoolo. They were driven by tho hurricane cquallo and mounteinoun coao on to Morna Point wliilo endeavoring to mako for the s...

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