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LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

LONDON;' iiM -' '.J?. V; -ijy^pifB8DAT. ' A'bulletin "iabuod;. last' night' states that Pregidc'n^^Girfiojd had, sufforcd o rel.ipao, atidiihat.1 bis' condi tinn wus vory oritioitl Giavo fears,are;nbW\e^ lor his life Thodronolad. ship Nelson with Ooramudoro Er8kipo|li'aB Bitil'id for Sjdney.'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Mr. Charles Horn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

Mr. Chavles Horn.. The. numerous friends* of: Mr. Horn's) family will bo glnd to loam that Mr. Charles Horn, of the Railway Department, bas bi:eD appointed to ,the charge o(. the important station of Narrandera. He is at present-at Binalong, . but will, take charge at Nurrau dora ou the 1st proximo.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FR0M GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [F110M QBEVr LLE.'s TELEGllAM COMPANY, J : ; SYDNEY. ?. Thursday Ni«ht. Two.more ooaes of smallpox are reported. One ijatioDt is a, yoaug mau named Harris a^ed 22, who resides with his; parents ia liaglnn atreotj Waterloo. Hariis has been lati'ly employed' as driver of the Mnallpox van. The uiher cissa is chat.of 'a child named /nuie Moore, aged 9, years, who lives with her mother,! a charwoman, ia CUarlus-etieat, Wo'ollupmooloo. About three dujs ..ago Mis. Moore removed from a houBo' in Druiit stre'et,,ncar Sussox-»treqt.' ' Tlie usual pre cautions have been taken by the authorities^ and the.palicnts will , at, o,nee be removed to quarantine. " *... Forty-four ;speoial constables, to guard infected^housns, were .worn in this morning' The Bacchante arrived this morning. - I, Field/of.Goulburn, tailor, is iosulvent Liabilities. £529 19/; assets; £148 12/. The libel notion brought by the Rev. Dr. Bi'rminghnni'of Waggii, against Messrs*. Bennett, proprietors of, ...

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Sent to Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

Ji ... Sent .to Gaol. ' On Wednesday, at llie police court, Stephen Kavauagh, who liad been arrested by the! Marulan police, was charged with assault, but as. the prosecutor did not appear the bench docidod io'reiiund the prisoner rtill next'day. The prosecutor, hovvevej, ap peared later in the" day," and the "caee wus -proceeded with,-the-rr8Bult- being that Ka vanagh was,8eut t0 £ao' f°r one month.

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

: . . 1 ..... ? M LATEST rBY, CABLE;"p1"'"" A . I ? .. i.. ...: < . i i . ( i . . v J {JFrom tht Sydney'Herald,) ... j ;i \Y ".!!' M'-'J ;.! / H VEoNDOlf," J uly 26P, ^, Sehiotjs riots;;havetato'a;'" ylSda'lat^Traiy^,!" ooanty,^Korry^' >Eoriy/ of,;,the' rioters')'1'iw,efatf"Tr' an'esied^andbflvesinoe.ibeon^pmmitteiHlor/iii jOaptain Boycott, jwho hasjbeeri in England fsinoo the time lion I tie oropa'oii^ tin eatuto at' Lough' MuslcAvore galhoroii ,by laHourora uadun theproteotionuotV/thBipoliod and1 mili-^VI tary, has returned;hotne>to-Iroland;* \jTuefn'^w dooks'wore1 opone'd'to-': day by,: H.IJ.H.,,'iJiu^Dulce,,,^ Iq with considerable ceremony. . / jAmBwrguuboatfisi^boingoioon'struotedv for;off the German navy,- on an-;entitely ; now r and *r. improved prin^iploTOH iIAHJla "1^:' {I'he/prouifttorf jjfjthq propose(i\ba(nq}iet tp x . -< Hm "U ntttn ulanniji' ili, i m anlitna >. 1 ff *\ ? I the* Oabinet^. having placed t^ucDBelve^riaiixA oonmuQioa^^VKith'M...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

! NEWS AND NOTES, .7" ! ';"Brlef, Ihen; and wliat'i iheriewsf"--King John, The new post and telegraphic offies hero cost £16,000. ' Tho Aluuicipal Council meetings- oro bo coming ottractive. - - -*. < , ; Mr.' Jatbes' Powell succeeds Mr. Duo'o&n"" as 'collector of customs. i Milrier Stephen heals the.poor gratuitously at the Council Chambers to-day. ?-<.-.< Special constables are beiny- appointed 'to" 1 guard the quarantined hbuses.-i:"-,.'<:!:n.'i , Tho highest bid made;lor.Mandelson's Hotel; was[£27p0i; /Tha;prqpgrty:;was;Vvith?irr draw o. - - - - - jA. wallaby drive/come off/at Mr; Michael Tully's, 'Grabbed Gullen, on the 20th'in- ........ stunt? when' 1'27 of the long Wil^'wet^' sllot;! I Mr. P. Glennan was,top scorer iviVhilQ^to his credit.'"'^' I G.vmpie'a^ 'as ''wonderful^ gold-field as, ,oyer.. . ' A^' tele^ram Jyrec'ei.ved',.,IZ from,lirisbabo ;6ni ^ Wednesday n.igh'^staies', -that a'pa'obvfronS'NoV^drNorth' "Lady Mary yie...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT — GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

MASS \Ylbli liR ciSLEliltA'i'JiU A'l GOULBURN DISTRICT. V SUNDAY. '.. ' I Tilly 51-Turdlga. BuDgonia, Bpro. . . infirrntttion at-StB, l'eter and'VftuV'B C&tbearftl. OJoulburn, 8tind»y, 81st July. .. . YA8S MISSION. 3£-ialong, Sunday, July 31 ^ndaroo, SnndBy, August 7. , ; i_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

LEOPOLD -WEISSBBEGER, JO M ANTT7 ACTURBR OF CIGARS, And dm Wriginal Tobacfoulst in Gouiburn TS -THANKFUL to ths Public f..r (ho I/ist Tito /-*- j i at'* I'-tiqnirsC. , . i fj.W. is continually keupiiu <!ie Best Imported *"*Quil lien of American Puwuiil Tohaccoes fiotn 4i. perl&. Ont TnUncoo, Leaf and Negroiiead, from Si Gd. per It'. ? , Home Pressed Tobaccoes, froiu 2*. 6d. per lb. American tiialk rtiiuHa, plain itnii scentcd, fid. per ounce. Imported »nd Hoine-mude (from imported loaf) Cigar*, from1 lOn. fid. prr 100. Re»| Mcereliaum Pipes, pluiu tod Carved, jfrom ? 4i. to 45B. eaoh. Imitation Meercliaurn; plain and curred, at low priors. WiRzel Sour Cherry, Briar, My»ll, and Rob» root Pipen, amber Mid horn bits, plain and carred, from 6il. to (is. etch, A Variety of Plain und Fancy French Clay Pipes, Id, to 6d; each. And »i) Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too rinmeroun.to mention. Ilotli gi'o a cull, and a tiial solicited.'..Wholesale and Hetnil for CASH. 83"...

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WEEKELY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

.WJEEICX/y OAxiElSrPA-lt. / Day or , Week._ , SUNDAY' Monday .,. Tuosday .,. Wednesday, Thursday,,, Friday..... Saturday.,. 6 18' B 14 "5" 14" 6 is 6 16 5 16 i 6 IT. c, ^ MOONVPIUSB. ; W, New MOOD, 26tb July, 3.24 p^io.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

m fi SYDNEY, Wednesday. t At the Darling, Harbour rail way. terminus, rhis morning, there/v^as a moderate supply of produce and forage from the various inter mediate districts along tha Wet>torn arid Southern lineB, The market to-day was well attended, good'hay realised satisfactory rales. Oaten hay, in Dale, 4/- to 5/; in trues 3/6 to 4/8: in. bjipdle,--3/9to'4/11per"cwt. Lucerne hay, in truss, 2/6 to 3/3 per cwt. Straw, cleinieamples, in bale, 2/5 ; and in bundle, 2/7 to 2/10 ; oaten chaff, in bogs; 4/10, bags included; dojn^bales, 4/11 ; oaten arid stra w chaff, in bale,'4/2 to'4/8; wheaton hay, in sheaf, 2/10; rye st aw, in bundles, 3/8per cwt; oaten sheaves,*'3/4 tO'"4^T'petrowt; oaten straw, in butifllej" 3/2 per owt,potatoes, 3/6, to 4/9 per owt ; swede-turnips, 2/9 ; pumpkins, 4/1 to 4/10 per ;dqzenmaize, 3/- per bushel, bags returned. * . . ( Oajhefwhnrves to-day there is no altera tion tV.note in the prices of hay^ ' Maize sell ingf>at 2/9-pe'r biishel; Circular Head...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

, | ' PARLIAMENTARY. . WEDNESDAY, JULY 27.' IN tkoiLngialiUivo Council, < . , \ , ' j.Th'o.Peoensod Persons Debts Bill and1 llie - "AdditionaV Suprome Court'. Judg;o Bill were reo'oived from the Legislative Assembly, and retd. the. first lime. . '. . . . | |Tbe HOUBO tlien Vent into committee* for tlie'"1"consideration of _ the. Criminal Law Amendment Billl. , - , , ; iOu olaiue 1 beinpr'proposed, . : k j moved, ;-as > an . amendment, .','iTbat the Ohairimnu leave tlio'olmir/rojjort progress, nnd ask .leave to sit again tbis day twelve montliB," as he Jdeairod'the'bill to bo laid, aside," and, Lord f'Maoaulay's..>.Criminal' Code subslitutad for it.: . . i |The>i amendment, after diaou9sion;:!.was: negatived, and the oommitteei then proceeded^ wi(h the consideration of the various olausas of the bill. J-.t -:> " i ii-rt . i ^Clause ."l.to, 69 .were dealt with, and:,the -House.'Ik'eu; adjourned ;uutilThursday.) i,. 11 .! , J?;.Jii ii .. ! H ?!. i I !In tlio Legi...

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TRAMWAY TO CROOKWELL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

: {(TRAMWAY,'TO, p^o'oKV^ELL. j'/.i}., - J.-.-i : ; TO'. TUB EDITOR. " _. !Sinr,---I have'; notj^thej^leaBure of'beinf? auquttintecj wii,li]ibo|genlieman who reported .the.meetiuKS. at i.Gurrundah' .and. Grub bo" 'Gallon nnent'thtJ>Orookwoll-Goulburn tram* way' for you'i,noij,twithi;|Mr.' D. 'Shepherd* iWhoso'vorboso utterances', are BO fully 1 given; i but, Ijiua 1 ino ,to],*thej id o'a ^liat" the" former is .closely reljtted fo.the lafci.er.; j At G-u'r.rutidah Mr.-Shej)herd'(iuforontially) aocused-Mr.-G Di'Hay 1 of iutelresfii'd1 'motives' in agitfttiogi ,for_aJinej. o^ti;amw(iy,jirqm^Orookwell to:; Goulbum; by h any,pother, route" "than/that towards BreadalbatiOiDi l oan pnly-ipi typhis | ignorance,1 and presumo? he iis not personally "acquainted. with:Mr| Hay, or ho would-nevor allow suoK a.thouglK to' enter bis»mind, It | is arwoll-knownffaotj-in thia 'part of . the disr jtrict at loust, .that.;whatov;qr 'tends Jo,, the benufit'of'tho community at;large1,>Mr.!flay I is a...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 28. Before Mr. H. H. Yass. FALE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, Jiwr 28, Before Mr. H/H.-Yoas; FAL: B PRETENCES. :. John Murphy, a boy about 10 yours' of age, was charged with obiainitig mopey under false-preionces about .9 uibjiihV ago whilst in the employ of . JoBepli Carroll, butcher, of Gout burn. ' " Mr. Gannon appeared for the accused. ' lOoustable Drummond deposed : About 3 o'clock yesterday I arrested the prisoner in a teut at Ifield, by viit'ue of a warrant which t produce; he said if'I did get;tbo 'money from Mrs.iDoyle, but I paid it to Mr. Carroll." " " v. [The obbo was here postponed for 20 minutes as Carroll who'.was toigiye'evidenco was not in attendance.] i- . = , The following was iu the meantime dis posed of-i .. I '/ UNBOUND MIND.' * I : ; ' '' John McPdul. wHH xliftrgod on suspicion of'being,of unsound mind. . : . Seuior-con&table Bm'erton deposed: This morning by virtue of a warrant which,. I produce I arrested dsfendant on'^the charge of| being of unsound mind. J ft ' 0' jSamuel MoPa...

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A New Collector of Customs. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

, i A New ColleBbrHof&Oustoms. f j Wo under^and thatyMrv W.^A'ADunoan, O.M.G.y Collector (If/Gastbydasj intimated to ''the Govornmant some'tiiifei sinob his'dsiire, in conaequenoo' of.fqilinK^o'nlthf tpjbo (relieved from his official. dutj^a('^ihe'Jebdl.jrif the fjrosent !mo!itb/- v.rMr,S: Duncan - has^heen ,sub>ooUeotor.at.liBrisbpoei.[and^OuUoptor.' of GuBtoms at^this pbrtj- for ovor-36 years, and ' now rotirefl'on a wel.'-earued poniiqn. W» 1 are informed tliat\the position of Ofilleotor of Ouatoms is>ono>ihatJroguiro9r;gunlifiontioQ3 of no ordinary/obftraoYorir.a'nd ,^betnGorern 'ment, \yith"a desire.^soourpjtlifl' aor.vioer' of I a gontlemnn Uaving^ttior6QUnsiB088a'ry .quali- j fioatiorfa,.andvpoas<y&ii^^ m ofqa'nt i Ie" 'k no^liufgt),wloll^.ns^ of\tno praotioal^w^ltirifffflblUheVOusTo'mflidoparl mm A»ii '. Ii f\MM' a rPftn n fl . Mia; nnnninf tv« An f ' i\ "-M m natters as well as with (be CusfomB business of tbis port. Wo uro informed that ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

YASS NEWS. 1 (FBOM OUD COItltEBPONDENT.) POLICE Cotjkt.-On Wednesday, 27th iustanl, » woman named Sarah While was brought before Mr. Ya1o<, to answr the charge of having DO lawful'meaiis ol support. Constable Naugbton said she.bad given, her self up to the- police oil.'tho day., previous, siying alio* was "Utterly destitute, and near her confinement. Tho police magistrate awarded her two months in Yass'gaul; Tbb YASS COURT-HOUSE.-The tender of Mr. (J. Thomson, ol Yass, for ihe er< ction of tho dwarf wall And iron railing orouud tlio new court-bouse at Yaes has betu accepted bythe. flovnmmont ? MeMxlneb STJtrHEN.-VThis. gentleman arrived in Ynss on Wednesday moaning, and effected duriog the duy several1 cures of rheumatism on persons who had been laid up for months. . . ST, AUGUSTINE'S GUILD.--The half-yearly meeting of the metubura of this Guild will . take place, iu tbe Guild Hall, YhsSJ OU^ next Sunday, when the half-yearly report will^ be -road./- It is oxpo...

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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

1 COOTAMU^DHk;, NEWS. (FKOM ouii CORHESPONDENT.) : iMAiiYBYHNOtfG.-I had thoj safciof/iotion of 'seeing, ut Darbalura'stutiou on fche-Murrum bidgue, a vory'fi'nb to'rind koine brown entire 'colt by Marybyrnong',. daai^taradiBeJ 15£ h|,n<ls higb, ihoriprppHrfcyi.ofuWvB.i iS/nith,v '-Esq. This oolt showa overypoi'nt'whiohfa aire of racers should possess,O.wnerfl' aftould ?secure the opportunity' offeredinud ,aelpd a: maro to him. this season." I may mo'ntion ftllht the paddocks at Darbalara are very 'Jwell grflssod, ! IlKOiriiooiTYi top ''I'jsELrNG 'Among iCati 'iuers..-Mr. j'Morgbij iat coauh proprietors pi ing: on-the ,Temor« road'with pnsaeogera land loading, Very'kiudly utupped ibis horsts oniovertnking a teamster bogged omBan nka Hill, and with uis little grey,t extrioatu.d tie loaded-dray-whiobr was "'buried to-the ,axlo,in'the:redpoll,so b^leBr^ied-.for viiheai-1 ^rffiuig' i'ti t'K'& 06'o'tamundga'distifiot. (' 'kI^SM^WPS. AT 'ALiV . AT,; ALI/, Isipuit, iHoNo...

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Horse Auctioneers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

io.oqi >< -'III IM . >,, .filr'Hit d'.: ;.?; :jii1 iv | .i'-'Horse 'Auctioneers.1 <'J [ The Supreme;Court of "rJ?amania(hns do-, rciciedja, point of considerable' importance, referencoitoi the ?;sdleiof; horses.n i The,; point was whether :dia auotioneerwho sold ajjibr'se* l^i'flio%fc'doillarjiigf'.his.prinpipat was}ato8wbr-;; able' to'.the'purchaser,' who^was/tOpmj^elie'^'/ ti gi v e:-; up ctho; ani m ol/ tof the !itr 11 e.., owner.0 from whoaij it had been stolonr .The /Ta«i '.'iDODia^j'Couri h«s!>deijdsj£injf&yp^.^f;;.tlie Uability^qf the auptionoer^«

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Attacked by a Boar. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

.. Attacked...by. a Boar..,,a i The Bathurst Times reports-^that'at "Pool, on Saturday," Henry . Schofieltl/' a; tioy ] 3 j yledraJjolcT, was savagely attached by:a;boar. I The -animal knockbd»b'iin.d'o^Vn^a'Stll* .(/roke ? two of his ribs, one of them boinjj for'oed into the luug. The > utmost vferooity? wiisi(idis-. i'play ed. by;the beast,; and huid'ynot the' 'boy ?bjoed rescued'by a man namod'Henry Kin^ lie would doubtless have been killed -on the s|iot. sTlie boar again? charged.uftor-'Kiug's' inte'rvdntidnl'a'nd followed ituem n^ht'iip/to' Hhe ' ho'usV,1 rusbih^' aV them .'Open inoutbpd^f rj}ho boar took the first prize at the Bui burst shojwy^^an'd1 /is-ttflsually- -so -quiet ^ that Jt'lfo j'cnildron about tho pluce\,woro. aooustomod

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Quarantine in the Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

^QuarantijiV iri the,?G^plF^$0 M It is rumoured .tbatravibanmaoioc|^til»j[)bc)Q KftTanQpbj-wlio1wa^-i'6h^WddnG8ddy^eat''to tbe Gouiburn. gaoV^or., a, month,", showed' symptoms of "ill nosi xwliiqli warJantod bis being ^placed:in quarnnj^me ^our ,informant states tbat tbe case'is^oc^f ipmokoH^por.i p

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Fearful Gun Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

-1 /. FearfUl. Gun: Accident. I A ,|nan was' ;brWghtMnto"';Bathurst- on : Tuesday^ i m6r'ning,. . by/Jrail^sufferiDe'.' most sevbrely frotn a gun accident which had oc curred-the ."previous^ay^ It;« appears* r that} the poor.-, follow i^wasjjin'.jthe^-bushi.'with^a., loa^o'd nfle;: whdni.l)y Jsonio|b'Gaus'th'o -jyun?' wont off; its icootei^# shattering-his right1 .jaw, carrying away part^of' his tongue, and; cthe 5bullofc5'findingr issjway' o'nt of the.1 loftJi < cheek.. 'Thdf aufferdr "wasin a most. ex~;: h'ausV^ state^vvhen'h'e1: arrived^in:\Bathurst'7' I and'r.was removod in'tbo'polioQ conveyance., tb the BathurstjHospital. (jt ^ \

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