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Horned by a Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 July 1881

Horned bv a Cow! Whilst a fine little boy, aged two years,   the son of Mr, George Bailey, blacksmith, Cooma was playing near his parents' resi dence, last Thursday, an oldl milch cow (one of tho animals that roam about Cooma notwithstanding- the - Towns; Police act),   rushed at the child, and putting her horns] under him threw him over a fence. Since the accident, the child is powerless to walk, and has seemingly lost the use of his limbs. Do the police authorities consider the michief and crippling little children insufficient cause for the operation of the Towns Police Act - Manoro Mercury.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [L-HOIL GIUM LIE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. J SYDNEY. FIUDAY NIGHT. A DEPUTATION to-day from tho Medical Association urged upon tlie Government lo inlroducB a bill for making vaccination com pulsory. Sir Henry Parki-s promised to bring the uiattor before tho Oabiuot in a few das a. Tho child named Moors, discovered yester day in Wuoloomooloo suffering from small pox was removed to quarantinothis morning. Her twin sister is very ill, and allows symp toms of small-pox. At the police court to-day, a piisoner named Onghlan was charged with stealing money. It transpired since his arrest that he hiid lately b?en living in the house at Oharlos-stroet, Wooloomooloo, now under quarantine; bo was immediately placod in a separate coll, and fumigated before being brought into court, and upon his arrival the court was thrown into a porfoct scare. After a little evidence, the case was odjourned for a week, the prisoner being released upon his own recognizance. CJo^hlan appreciated...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

NEWS AND ' NOTES. "Brief, thon j and wliat'i lh» ne\ri V'-King John, .Bank holiday next Monday. .Severe; frosts every morning here. The Squadron is still-ia Sydney. . Small-pox is spreading slowly and surely. Tuo Ferret prisoners, has; been removed to the T division of Pentridgo, and are employed iri wool picking. : :" The Commercial; Hotel has changed its proprietary. 'Mr.; James Simons suboeeds Mr. W. Diokson, who, we believe, is going to,the metropolis. The, .Chinese, .Restriolion( Bill passed through committee on Wednesday,, but will, it is understood, be reconsidered in order that two olausesimayj be'recommitted. ; There dappers to: be a' difference!of 'opinion as;: to.. Wliioliy route , the , proposed ^tramway to Crook well should take. . . 'There was a large number of afflioted per sons at the' Oouadil' Ghambers' yestsrday afternoon' waiting' to': be operated upon by Milner Stephen.,y <v. Confirmation "vyill;; bo. heldj at Sts. Peter and' Paul's Cathedral by. his L...

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MR. MILNER STEPHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

MR. MILNER STEPHEN DURING the past two days Mr. Stephen, who hus gained great notoriety of late by reason of the power with which be maintains lie is gifted of effecting marvellous cures, has been in Goulburn. On Thursday, at the Commercial Hotel, he treated a great number of patieuts, and in one instance, that of Mr, D. Cleary, manager of Messrs. Riley Brothers' establishment in Goulburn, he appears to have improved the condition of his patient. Mr. Oleary, it is well known, has been afflicted with lamuness, which has necessitated the use of a wulking-stiok by him, but on Thursday night about half-past ten o'clock be came onto our office, and, throwing the stiok aside, went rejoicing on his way all around the room about a dozen or so times. We wondered what occasioned a visit from him at such u late hour, but be explained that it was his joy over the result which had followed his visit to Mr. Stephen. The foregoing as well as a. few other cases helped to increase the belief already...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 29. Before Mr. H. H. Yass and Captain Rossi. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. I ' 1 PHIDAY, JULY 29. * < Before Mr; H. EL jYoas and: Captain-; Rossi ' i - - --DUUNK AND DISORDERLY. . - I; ; Margaret Berwick; nn oldoffender/pWded; guilty to! ilao nbovo charges, and said she ;was only out.of.gaol one day ond-unto it"the, next? and,alio could not help,drinking. ; ; !; Fined 20/, or seven-d«ys. | / Thomas; Byrne,i a"' stranger,''? wa8'; also ohargod with ^b'eing drunk and (disorderly. Ho.ploaded-lpuilty, and, was .fined . 20/,-Or. Boven daya.\!i Tho fino was paid.' 1 ; J, <l": I' DBTOIC. t ' 4>' j ^Iqhard'Gnrfljno'r was oharged^With being drunic." , Being'hisjfirst.qffence, lie wasfined only 2/6, or .. thr,ee; {days - in gaol.';. The.fin®/ Was paid." .. - J SURETIES,OF-TITE ;PEAOE. - f,,; I Winiam'Piejce'was''charged t>y his; wife .With having, on the 28th July,- made'-use 01 'throateniup:,language,to, her, to. wit,,that'he I posed; Wa have bi*on married 16 years; wo ware married in Victoria, and havo three child...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

GOULBIIE-N GAS COMPANY. The sixth lie If yearly meeting of tlio (shareholders in tho city of (juuiburn Gr<is C.jd l)any vra« held at ib" Oiinimny's c<iGo«f, MontagUH-struet, on -Thursday uvt-ning. Present-Messrs. A. M. Beits, S. 13. Burgo, A. A. Kerr, J. \V. 3?ell, Jas. Brownhill, 0. Thomas, J, Walsh, 0, MuAlister, E. Ball, aud D. J; McLood. Id ill" abtfftuce of the chairman, Mr. Betts occupied the chair. Having rend tbo circu lar couveuing meetiag, lie called upon tbo secretary to read tho leport aud balancj sheet as follows: " CITY OF Goulbdun GAS AND COICE COMPANY (LIMITED) SIXTH Haitv-YKAMA' KEPOUT. . " Your directors have again tho pleasure of meeting the shareholders, after a success ful half-year's business. "Since ihe beginning of tho yoar the number of consumers has increased to the extent of 20, A now bridge has boen erec ted over the creek, the retort house has been lengthened thirty-six feet, and a station meter and governor hove been ordered from E...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CATHOLIC LITERARY & DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

CATHOLIC LITERARY & DEBATING SOCIETY. < .The,; usual i weekly meeting »of ; the above-' society was hold on Thursday > uvoniifg in the boys' Bohoolroomy;'Biiurke'-sireet; > ( There WHS a large attendance' 'of -'iaoni- " /. burs. 'L'he Ebv, F'ther ?jBerminifhiim1',was alKo pmsBiit. . The''-^in^s^li^ihg;''i,been " read >1 n d oon fi (rned,six.We.vV^misnbers p 10 : pos>:d",.Hnd other prHijnitiaqj matterB trans acted, the spooi^l bug1pQ6aVHet'fepn!;tJ for tffe ^ .ovohi»^^^ple'otiun/oll,offioe»e1forl4t1^',61u-T--»i suing ye1Trf?rtn(l';a'>;-night with authors-was then procoedGdr.vyith.*-' ( ^ , t; Mr. J. A. Bourke'ihaving been voted to tHet .chair, ,o:> thtv ,tuou(.'n ot Mrv -E.; O'Brien1. gi'O'inded by Mr A.1 Bushman, introduced the* . buBinnxa to the meeting, Bi)d"ho;..ed tho;eloo-^ tibn of 'lie various officers would '>0 carried#-., I Birmingham, being a-pormaunn't office. . Mr. E. O'Brien i prdposad- Miv'Lu'uis'VL'e " Broton as president, and .i...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

"WJ3EICL,Y CjLZJSNXtAJS,. D»y of ' Week, , StlNDAT ... Monday .. . Tuusday ... Wednesday, rhursday... Friday,,. Saturday.., Day of Month. July 31 Aug, 1 C 56 C CI 6 53 6 52 C 51 G 50 G GO 5 18 5 18 5 19 5 20 5 21 5 21 5 22 Moon'b Phabb. First Quartor, August 3rd, 2.47 p.m.

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Stealing to Prevent Starvation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

,,Stealing to Prevent Starvation. ; ..'t-ho following, account of a larceny to got into, gaol appears in the' S.'.A. Adver tiser A striking instance;of wfiat a maii vwill do under: circumstances of privation was witnessed in. Main-stree^.^Kapunda,on Wednesday afternoon, July 20. According to the l'ociil paper, a strong-looking, able bodied man was seen to lake it pair of boots from, a nail on the door of Mr. T. Green, bootmaker. The stranger, on Mr..-Green remonstrating with him, refused to give up the stolen boots, stating that he was^dHveu to "this by hungor, that ho could'starve no longer, and. .that, he wished' ttr Ije given in charge for^lafS'eny. Mr; Greene offered' him a meal, onW.ho ground} that it wou 1 d/.bei!bulyi'p.qs'tp6nirig|bis misery a little whilo^v Eventually he|j.delivered himself' up4o<j.ustice^ abU will be'^rosecutod, when dojibJUesfeihe** willj.be ? saved for a time from" s'tarv'ing'at' ihe'Government'expense.' Necessarily he will.bevin thelsamoJcond...

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Yass and Gunning Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

Yass and Gunning Selections. The folio-wing were taken, up on Thursday last:--YHSS: Joseph Lovetf, "40 aores, Htb 8eotioo, county Murray, parish Bedullock. Gunning1Andrew Henderson, 40, acres, section 21, parish Wheeo ; John Anderson, 320 acres, 14th section, paristf^Wheeo j F. Shepherd, 279 .acres, 22nd:/sebtioti, parish Wheeo ; G., B. Scott, 320 acresj; 14ch sec tion, parishes'Wheeo and Narrawa; W.'G. Collins, 40'acres, sedtion;;21i parish Jerrara; Robert Collins, GO acres;j21st section, parish Jerrara.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

JjAWE'S" CASH DKAPERI AM) CLOTHING HODSE. Special Lines in Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Ulsters, ' , NOW TO HAND. H AYING bought these goods fully S5 per cent, under the regular fffarlcet; Value we are onablerf to oliur our Customers aoine iiJ>rtrg'aaii«. Ladies' Fine Trimmed Cloth Jackets-from 4/11 ®HC1i. SiOt 1-Ladies' Black Oioth Jacket (trimmed with Silk and Friu;o) 7/9-U&ual ? , ; pries, 12/6 ILofi ft-Ladifs' Long Oloth Jaokat (trimmed?with Silk and Fur) 9/11-Usual pries, 14/G ZiOt 3-Ladies' Long Oloth Jacket (trimmed with Satin and Fur) 12/9-Usua price, 16/6 ]Lo4'<4-Ladies'Long Clotli Jacket (trimmed with (Satin, Fur, anrl Fringe) 16/G Usual price, 21/ . EiOt 5-Lndi«s' Long Oloth Jackets (trimmed with Cord, Silk Fur, and Fringe, 21s , Usual price, 30/ Children's Jiiekots f'Oin 1/11 each, nicely frimmrd Children's Warm Ulsters, all sizes, 2/G each. IBefoio purchasing luok at: our Wincy nt GAd. por yard-Usu*l price, 9d I<latmulB and Calicoe...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 30. SMALL-POX IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

PTJBIilSBCEP E-VERY. MOimilSrQ ' Truth, over lovely sinne.tlio world began, . Tho foe of tyrants and the friend of innn.-Camplelt,' GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 30; , SMALL-POX IN SYDNEY. ' WE have soon how very Bimply the dreadful and loathsome disease, known as small-pox,. was introduced to Sydney., A few weeks back the city was as free from the presence, of this destructive plague as it could possibly be, but yet in the crowded dens and fiithy tenements that disgrace many a fair site in the;metropolis, the elements which hoi ped to foment sickness and iucreaso its spread in. any form that might introduce itself existed. Henoe we find that as soon as the air got at ] all polluted with the disease of small-pox, many and grievous; were the cases that aroso, till now they have reached in the aggregate to almost a s'ooro. 0 f these attacks whioh have been brought to ljght a few have, prbved fatal, but really , considering the extent to which sanitary laws were neglected, the' vronder.is h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

:! " ' Parliamentary. ;«. [! The'LegisIative Council' was occupied on Thursday [in 'discussing a motion by Mr. Maoleay.for the production of papers in con nootion .with the railway from Narrandorato Hay ;- Jeanneret's:Tramway Bill,!which was read... the'".second timiv and' passed through; committee; the'Hospital Acts Amendment Bill, which , was read , the second time and passed through committee and 'lthe Addi tional Judge, Bill , which,also passed through committee. .' The Ohirieso Bill was irecom . hi Med;.. in; .the..Legislative;';Assembly,., and: some amendments were made in'clauses 5,' 7, 13, ''and';15.'r, On the ? Ringbdrlcihg' Bill boinjr'moved,"Mr." Jacob, raised an, objection to 4th clause; and the Speaker siis'taining tlio objection,^ the bill was - withdrawn. Tlie House then; ndjournod'to Priday.'j ^ : -- :

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

-UV F -U*. ?*" * CHAPTER XII.-CONTINUED. IN tho(16ng}.low drinkiog-rootns to be found in tlia neighbourhood of tbe. port, choking with tobacc-smoko, and revelling in the fulfils" of jstrqng spirit*, tbo liitlo iuan miglit boVeoonv, looking vamongst ..llio bionzad,. weather-beat en, rand -horttyrhandeed, seamen round him liko.'n jit la' uuboilfd shrimp amongst .abatob'of; lobsters, sucking away, at'a'lbng clay pipe, asking as many .questions Bs'lie dare,; and picking up all tbo stray in formation ho could. Mr, Pentweazlo's1 object was to find the captain of n ship who would be willing'to aid liimand effect Grogr»m's oscnpo j and tbiR, of course,"was a matter which required great tact and delicacy in handling. 1 ' More than' 'once, tho ,l.ttle .gentleman thouuht' he lisd'succeeded in his purpose, and hit upon tha very-man ho wanted. These individuals v would bo cheery, Bociable, lage-hoartod, and benevolent, so long as tbey were drinking at Mr.- Pent woazle'a expense j-'but thoy 'drew...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. '? i'-'v V<sAr:: j , :-o ; Conditional Purchases. The following selections wore tu,do at the Goulburn .land oflico on Thursday:-S, .Emanuel, 100 acros, parish Towrang,;cnunty Argyle; D^nis Quinn, 47 acres 2 roods, parish Guineacor, county Argylo j Edward H, Lirkin, 40 acres, parish Bourko, county -Argyle; Wm. Shuridan, junr., 60 acres, parish Collector, county Arpyle ; Tboinas Nelligan, 40 acres, p»risti Binda, county | Georgiaua; J. Somerville, CO acres, pariah Wologorang, county Argyle ; George Lamb, 160 acres, parish Lbggan, county Geurgi«na; Thomas Cooper, 60 acres, parish Guinjsacor, county Argylo.

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Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

! : Small-Pox. I Two more crise3 of small-pox have been reported to. the authorities. One.of the patient'siis a young itnan'named Harris, 22 years of'aire, who residos with his parents in Ratlin-street, Waterloo. Harris had been employed in' the'city as the driver of a van. Hp was.,-first Ivisited 'by 'Dr. Duipnn on Wednesdayjybut it was not until .this* morning, whe'n"' the doctor paid a second, visit; that thb'{disease had' sufficiently de-. velopcd to enable him to say tbat-dt was small-pox. It had then veached tlielfirst day of the snpperaiivev^tage. The house was quarantine on Wotinesday.' Nexfrmorning a case of variola was', also found to exist in ,Woolloo!nooloo. T,he patient -ia,'a child' named Annie Moore, nine years of ape, who lives with her mother, a oharwoman, at No. 24, i Charles-street. , Dr. vJOuigan has pro nounoed the caso to;be;one of undoubted small pox. . ^About;.,.threo weeks ago Mrs, Moore removedfcfr.om' a house t in' Draiit screet, near Sussex-street. The)(h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

Tine Strange ami Prevailing XSisease of Sliaw Cosmlry. LX1CIC a thiuf at night, it stools in upon us un awares. Many perBons have pains about the cli >nt anil sides, and Mmietimrs jn (lie buck. They fool (lull and sleepy: tho mouth lias 8 bad tnoto, especially in the morning, A sort of sticky elimo collects nbout^ tlio_ teeth. The appetite is poor. Thoro is a foi-linu Jilm a henvy loud on tln« Btotiinch; sometimes n faint all gone smuatinn at tho pit of tho stomaeli which food does not satisfy, The eyes are HiinliBU, tho hand* mill foct hicomn cold nnd feol oliinmy. Afior a while a cough sets in, atfmtdry, lint after u few niontlis it i.i attond'd with a i>ioonish coloured expectoration. The iifil oted one fo.ola tired all thn while, und nloep lioes not seom to afford any rust. After a.timo ho hocomrs norvoufl. irriWblo. and gloomy, nnd has evil forobtidiiitts.. There is n giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in tho head . wlion riainu up suddenly. The boweh become oos tiVi...

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Ringbarking Bill Withdrawn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

Ringbarkingr Bill Withdrawn. In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, on Mr, Baker moving the second reading- of a bill to regulate rioe;barking on Orowp lands, an objection was raised by tbe mem ber for Gloucester (Mr. Jacob) that tbe 4th clause of the bil|, which provides for com pensation to beTpaid to Crown^£gp$nts lor riugbarkingy waHbeyond tbe"scop6,'qA.the leave given to introduce the bill,>which was to "regulate ringbarking," The objection was sustained by the Speaker, and' Mr. Baker withdrew the bill with oriiintimation that ho would re-introduce it in proper form at an early date. t .

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT — GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

MASS WILL BE 0ELEDIt.1T-EU AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. July 31-Taralga, BuDgouia, Boro, : Confirmation at Sts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral) Goulburn," Sunday, 31st July. '.' CONFIRMATION, - AVagga Wagga August 28 Hay , September 4 ' Denillquin ,,, .September 11 Albury . .Suptember 18 J A'dSlong'l September 25 Turri'ut. i, »,'i ..October 3 "sscTemora Ootober 10 Qrenfell Ootobor 14 Goolagong .. ..October 16 I}urrovyav,,.. ......October 23 Frogmoro, Ootober 25 YBBS ..October 30 Bless,Presbytery Teu Mllo, September 21 Bless Church at Tewora, October 9 Bless Church at Goolagong, October 16. YASS MISSION. Blnaloog, Sunday, July 31 Guodaroo, Sunday, August 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

LEOPOLD WJSIS8BEBGEB. By ROYAL '#»!? AUTHORITY JffANlT^CTURER OF CIGARS, ii^l ihe WJ'iphuil Tobacconist in Goulburn TS Til AISIVI'UIj to His I'ulilio t',.r tlio lust fivu xU yi nr'H P.it'OiniiC, ' LAV. is cuniimiilly keepiim thu 'Bunt Imported Qualities of American Piustud Toliocuues from 4t. per It'. Out Tobacci, Lcnf and Negrohoad. from 3i Gd. per H'i Homo Pres«ed 'lubaccoeB, from 2*. Gil. per lb. Ameticnn bulk SJiiulFs, plain nud scanted, Cd. per ounce. Impiirtod and Home-made (from imported leaf) Cigars, from 10s. (!d. per 100, Real Meercliaum Pipes, plain and curved, [from ' (i, to 43s. enoli.l Imitntiou Meercliaum, plain and carved, at low prices. Wigzel Sour. Cherry, Briar, Myall, and Ros» rnut Pipes, Amber and born bits, plain and carvud, Ir»m 6il. tu 6s. each. > . - ; : A. variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipes, Id.to Gd. each. And an Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to meution. Both giro a call, arid a trial solicited. Wholesale and Hetnil for. CAkII...

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