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Why Reefs Don't Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

Wliy Reefs Don't Pay. ;^ and worked by compani-s do not pay ; although good payable gold existed iu ; them before machinery was put on, amt ? m due courso follow calls, shareholders' dieappoinrmont and liquidation. A yarn I heard the other day about what warf ««.nUu uu u yooa mine m a part not , - many miles from tho Victorian border, on tho tableland, may explain who.-o' ' lealcago' in returns from tho batterv mar occur. A battory wao running o'u some good Btuff, a relativo of a principal shareholders or elector briag pitch forlred into the position of manager ' -'? Vory froquontly at nighttime thia gentle man would bo aroused from hio clumber* by the battery otopjiig, and would emergo in a hurry from his hut cloao by, ' enquiring ' what'o up ?* « Oh ! only this ? plank fly-wheel looao aga'n,' would como tho ronponoo from the two mon an work. ' C'jin you fix her f ' would enquiro tho mannner, a man used moro to station lifo than mining, as he stood shivering in tho cold, for it is ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 28 May 1896

Piintcd and publiohed by J. PiowifaHT0 and' ' C. Da'wcon at the Auoua' Priiitui^ Offioo ': I DdegatOi ia tbo colony of New ' South ' 1 Walea. ? '? ? ?'? '??'- ' .'- '?? -?? ''

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Bombala Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

I BombaHa (Doumcil Meeting B (Frou a Correspondent.) ? ' Thk usual fortnightly meeting of the B Bombala Municipal Counoil was held at ?' the Council Chambers fon Monday even B- ing ladt. Present: Aldermen H. M. B Joseph (Mayor), Garratty; Plowright, B Hart, Hyde and Morgan. B The minutes of the. last meeting were B read. and confirmed. . B n^simnn iifinr.fi was read from W. H. ? Wood, Esq., M.P., owning receipt of letter from tho Council with reference to the application made for a refund of £150 for work done on the' Bombala ii Cooma road, informing the Council that the letter was sent on to the Minister for Works immediately, on its receipt by him, and he is now endeavouring to obtain a recognition of-the plaim. From tbe Inspector of Nuisancos com plaining of tho state of soyeral cesspits , ' in- the 'town. ',. ' . Aid. Hart moved and Aid. Hyde sec ' ondedif '. 'That tho clerk write to Mr. I Wood acknowledging t.ho receipt of his letter, also requesting him to keep tho matter befo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Bombala News [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

[?] V.'-.--. (frost our correspondent.) ? '.?';? ..'?.,. .'. J notice that the Bombala carriers have I V*: , . at last followed the lead of their Delegate ? ?\.V friends. They havo had a consultation I ?'? ?? with the difL'oront storekeepers, and the ? ' price ia now lixo.d at 2s Od and 3e, which H . will at least ennblo thorn to feed their I' ' horses, and themselves as well. ? We havb had another. splendid fall of ? rain, it commenced on . Saturday evening ? and rained steadily nil night and nearly H all ' day Sunday. On Sunday night a H heavy snowstorm set in, but it did not. H last long. To-day (Monday) is intensely B cold, with light showora.. I am afraid H we are in for a heavy fall of onow. : H The Bombala Coursing Club held their H , second meeting of tho season on Tues H ? day, on tho old racecourse,. but.. a very H poor attendance resulted, owing to the ? inclement weather end intense cold, only H about 70- putting in on appearance. The ? club ia deserving of every praise ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

' . ''? . ?? '.?;...;;C/;::ffITUOUT DEIAY. ' -':: ':'?- 'VVv: :;.Vy:-Jv ? ? ; ' :?':?; ..INTEREST— 4^,6 and O.por cent. ????'.- :;M-' oB*-0«000 AVATL/VBLE AT 0NCE in' Jwge and. small .amounts for , * ? 7'^V^ . Station Property, Country Farms, or auy good security -.:???? Fi-nohoWs, or C.P. Lauds. „ ' Banks and Building ^Secureties arranged with promptly. Only Genuine Applicants are requested to apply. Money Advanced on Gold Mines, machinery erected thereon for interest in same, or purchased right out. No tangible secnrity refused. Write or call on SWORN VALUATOR, APPOINTED BY: THE GOVERNMENT, 315 Crown Street! Surry Hills, Sydney. Send Stomps for Reply. , . '? ' V. . V ? .-.??;. . ? New §eeds. Season 1896. ....^^Jj^^^ifosles'-. and Seed Potatoes. -& WMtt/iW^ v'^Sii|t' ',G»AS8. Seeds j Rye, Cocksfoot, Prairie, etc. ^#WH|\Bi.i^..,. Clover Seeds, Red, White, Lucerne, etc : ' WJ^ ? Eflb' FoDDER Seeds, Tares, Barloy, Oats, etc. : ?:?/?' Rj^TSft^ir' Vegetable, Flower Seeds, and Bu...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Uiramg Kerns. . . - ', Jl The find made recontly by Foster and party, north of Colson's lease, at Club Terrace, is opening up satisfactorily. The reef, which varies from a foot to 30 ' inches in width, has been cut in three. places ; it carrieo iron pyritos aiid pros-' peels about 2 oz. per loa. l Mr. C. Is. 7Ieudoinon, vho has taken a iiveiy luiviv-u iu mining anti mining tiacks in East Gippsland, waited on tho Victorian Minister of Minos recontly and obtained his con&eni to the expenditure of £50 on imyiovomonts to the 'track ' between Sumnor's, on the Beinm, ' arfd' ' Club Terraco. .Wo understand that thp work^ will bo procueded with as soon as practicable. At a meeting held at Orbost last Thurs day tho- following resolution was un-- ' animously adopted :— « That this meet ing roEolves that it is now highly desir^ able that tho Minister for Mines -bo' io- ' qneoted to erect a public crushing battery ior the treatment of auriferous ores at Club Terraco, in view of the heav...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Gippsland Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

-GI]iD|5slai4l Stock E.eports. Messrs. ..Desailly, ? MACAiiTHtai ^d Co, report.— Fat Cattle : A very' 'email yard ing and only inferior quality, buyers were only moderately represented and prices- ruled about the same as'last week. .We sold for Fred Munday, Orboat, bul locks Dt £4.10a, £4 17s 6d, £5 17s Gd,. and £7,' these were ' large frames, but only middling quality; for Mr. J. H. BankinrPen cows at £3 5k. nPn An n* *a. 2s, these were lightweights; and 'lots- for Measrn. Bankin and Witto up to £?- t 12a for heilora ; for JVTr. John Smith, fat ? steers to £4. -Stoie Cattle : Very small ? J yarding, prices, fgood for well conditioned ?; M cattle. We sold about 50 head for ' $ owners at ' about last week's rates, ' Horses : Small yarding of local lots and about an average numlor of sales made. Sheep: Large supply, buyers numerous for good lines. Messrs. Ar M'Lean & Co. report. — Not many cattle forward at Maffra on Fridajy our yards well supplied and all sold at last week's ...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. nOMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, 7th Juno. — Corrowonp, 11 a.m. ? Monday, 8th Juno— Dolpp;ato. 10a.m. 1 Env. J. J. Waloh.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Official Correspondence. Tin: fol^winglet'ew have been forwarded to us by Mr. W. II. Wood, M. P., foi publication :-^- Public- Works Department, Sydney, 2!)th May, 1800. Date of letter under reply : 'iiOth ult. _ Subject : Inspecting the proposed de viation in the Cooma and Bombala road at Native Dog HUli. ?uepiy: ine Lands Department has been asked to establish this deviation and when this has been done the work on it will at once be proceeded with. Robert IIickson, Under Secretary and Commissioner for Roada. W. H. Wood, Esq., M.P. , . Public Works Department, Sydney, May 26th, 1896. Sir,— With reFerence: to your letter of - ' the 14th instant, in which you ask that vont the unexpended balances of. the votes for the roads Cathcart to Wynd ham, Bombala to Delogate, and Bombala to NimitybeUe from lapsing, I am direct ed by the Secretary for Pubiic Works to - inform you that the resident enginoer has been, instructed to proceed' at once with the expenditure of the amounts available fo...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

PnESBVTEIlIAN. June 7.~Delej{nte, 11 cm. ; Willow Glon,3. June 21.— Olonmero, 11 a.m. ; Dolo^oto, 7. Ecv. A. G. Miciiie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Tho progrcca during 1895 of the oldest. American Life Insurance Office, the Mutual Lifo of New York, beats its ov/n previbUQ 'record. The advance of the Company -will 'be appreciated when it is known thau of1 ''29 Lifo Insurance Companieo doing the- principal V7ork in this lino in tho United States, ~the Mutual Life of New York obtained new business, ' paid XorV iti 1895 equal to one-fifth of ,tho nev7 -insurance ' issued' by these Offices. It hold ona-fiffch of all, the Insurauce hi f orcd ? and ol all tho assets accumulated ; and it received one-fifth of all the annual iacomos.— Advt, - ' i i ' I I

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

CfiUfaCH OK ENGLAND. Jane 14,-^Craigie, 8 p.m.; Dolegoto, 7J30 p.m. Eev. G. P. Metcalfe ^he gcleqate llraud. MEUOB ET FIDELIS. THUBBDAY, JUNE 4th, 1890.

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Local Intelligence. AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Local Intelligence. AUCTION SALE. Attention is directed to tho alteration in Mr. Maddison'e auction sale of 300 acres of laud, etc., from tho Otb. to 10th instt

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Border Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Border Jottings. - ? i t * [By RAMM.rn.] Disk, very dark, is tho night, and the ', l.iin folia steadily June was ushered i ill by a tall of snow. On Sunday night 1 '.the flakes fell fast and furiously, and in the hours of darkneso the hills wero clad in -whiteness. ' Win tor, surly winter,' lava her cold hand upon us once again. 'Woodman do not fyp.no that tree! Cut it down quicl-l,\ ' Bring huge logs and niln t.Vifim ' on Hio. rnddv blaze till it \ burns brighter and warmer. Manaro winter is heio, and its steel-cold air strikes keenly. - The revival of the Olympic games at Athens cariios one's thoughts back to the i ' day 8 oil- tho ancient lireeics. jjuue I dreamed old Socrates or hia brother philosophers— you will find no idea of it \ in tho pages of Xenophon, Aristophanes, Kuripedes, Homer, or Plutarch— I doubt i whether Byron of modem times, in his , highest flights of fancy, thought of it— that a youth of the unpoetic name, of Flack would ever come from Victoria, :a land unkno...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

RAINFALL. The rainfall for tho month of May, an kindly supplied by Mr. Liddlo, was 262 points, on 17 days, -with, four nights of frost. 110 points fell in Muy of 1804 and 142 in the correspondinsr month of 1805.

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Bonang News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Bonamg:. Mim ???? ?:C:^W$k (Fhom a ConnKspoNDENT.^ ':--^--&£?$$M$ This week I havo to report another new, ^?;;-&#& find. Tho discovery waa made by R, if.' ' .^ ' ^% Marriott^ and io situatod near the Rose- ! ? ';V;^ bud. It is reported to bo small but rich, '?'' '??'$??# and oeoms to bo improving as it goea ~ )-k'^'-. down. _. b .. ':;;|, ;' Tho Roaobud ia again looking blight , ^ ?-% and promining. L^ofc week the reef to ' -Ztf cut m a drivo underneath a sUdo which - :1'^:^ uaa cut tho vein off and caueod a con- ?':% '-;i: cidcrablo amount .of proapecting and ' ^.V anxiety. The stone ia now richer than ; -'i/W over it was, and tho voin moi'o defined. ? i V, Iho Victory tributora cleaned up 9oz. ' ??,'?? ;idwt. smelted gold from 8 tons of stone. ' ?? ;v : '; i hoy havo .a few tons movo at grass, and ; '?' '?'? :-'^ havo cut another vciu in an eastoru cro^s* ? -': '? ? : cut which proopect3 fairly woll. ' ? ' '; ';;? At the I.ady C:ithorino, Mather arid - . .?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

LADIES' SAFEGUARD (Begistfri d). If ADIES!! FRENCH SAFETY PILLS Jut aie the quickest, Surest, and beafc medi , cine for restoring Eegulatity, no mutter why ' or how long delayed. They NEVEE fail! Tale no others ! Bos, cent freo from Observa tion, 7/6, Extra Strong, 20/. (RunrantoGd Al ) Address : PEOFESSOB H AUTMONT, E.M.D i Victoria-Btreot, North Melbourne. 1 6^° All Letters Buened. i . ? . ? ~~ ~— ~^~~ j FITZGERALD BROS, ENORMOUS , ' ' (COMBINED SHOWS. * t Location, Opposite Eailway-station, Sydney. Every Evening, and Wodnesday and ^ Saturday Afternoons. Prices s 4b, 3s, 2s, and one shilling. Ailments Peculiar 4© Women. . 'f&rrATURE has provided her own Natwal ' ±Q Eoiacdiea for the many ailments the ?\ human family are subjected to— which have ' been carefully '.end skilfully compounded into the MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES bj Pbofessob HENRY WATEEHOUSE— ?who gives his Knowledge) and Advico Fbee op Chauoe to all using tho MARIANTY REMEDIES. ' * By personal Consultation Oj.- b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

?''? '?; PUBLIC ''_ NOTICE, 7 GENERAL ?JBtACB[SMITH, ' . V ? jfc-ZI^L ? -Tv many Customers, ??MfosSsfr* ?B^ *^9 G°nGr£vl Public, ZU^Sl&Xi ' ' ^k** ^e ^a3 Puro^ot!B^ a -''^CjSrSS large otock oflEONMON ' 'ffiffireiiffiT^ ? Q EEY, comprising — Picks, : '^ V^^i^i^t^P Donbla end Sin^lo Mat ' :^^JRvmS^i tocku, Hoog, Asop, Plough ' ilHH/M infill 'Wheola and Shares, Mould ; :*^*^p?ffi^ Boards and Solo Platoa, ? W»freon-nd-Bn*ggy ? Boxoa, Burr? Poka and SJMrfU.COB'E^™*^ mountings, and io now ? .'prepwodio'eatootxto AIL OEDEES entrusted to bit care on the Sbobteot Notice. All Bbpaieh.to Vehicleo a Speciality. : ?'. One trial ? irill convince you that .?- . ?'. '; 1.X.&4 , ; in; all brandies of the Trade. :' -?? ? : ESTABLISHED 1879. .. '. \':lp£LEB&TE\SMtITiJY. ' Robert Watling, -PRIZE H9RSE-SHOER ''and ' . : -;?; . General Blaclbmitii, : ,^» * /HILE returning thanks for the-. liberal hi . ? \S patronage accorded him in the pftst, ?£'? dp wishes to';Infonn therosi-' $'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

THINKIi G M I N D S i Have wrought Mrondora in tho manufacture of BOOTS AND SH O E S ii ,. ?.-...? i AND The *%F Brand Is ahead of all others Offered for Sale. ll ' M. GOODMAN, SOLE AGENT FOR DELEGATE. SEE THEY fifv »W \^*V ™ FAIR WEAR ABEBRANDED I' / T Y V ] is GUARANTEED. i. ? '.-. ' ' MANUFACTURED BY- '?'??::?'.??' ?? -. ' '; ,' ; '.' ?:?]'' \; ENOCH TAYLOR fc CO., ' 22 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. (WH0U1SALB ONLY;} ? IMPORTANT .LAN© SALE. 300 ACRES C.P. LAND, Fire Miloa from Delegate- CO ohoino front age to Bombala Eoad. ALLOTMENT OF LAND AT DELEGATE Tuesday, 16th June* 0. E. M&BB-I8ON Mj AS received inntructiono to eell by Pub JEJL lio Auction at hto rooma, Bombala-ct, Delegate, on above data, at 2 o'olook ohnrp, All that Yolaablo Soloction bnorin ca Cameron's Selootion, at tho 10 milo pest, coa tsining 200 ACEE3 C.P. LAND, Together with WlSaTHEEEOAlSD COT TAGE, containing 6 rootno, end 3-soonicd Kitchen, Ontbuildinca, &a. - ' Tho abovo lend boa o fcoafc^o to main CmJvj...

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Fun and Fancy. THE TRIALS OF GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

? - - — , ' 'yrf . Fun and Fancy. ,(r T THE TRIALS OF QAEDENING. Annie eot eomo rbi don Bceds, v Trusting little maid — - i Picked them ont with greatest care, ? . Talked about thorn every where, , Planted thorn with earnest prayer ' £^ And a little spade. ' t ' t hu \ ' r' Then there camo a fall of snow, . i ,' , And a solid freeze. ' \' i'yv Annie, taken by surpriBO, u ' f',i'J, Bravely dried her brimming eyes-, -? 1 % Sent around for new supplies, . s ,%' j Warranted to please. n°\ Hardly were they in tho ground ? '??-,' 'When a buoy hen, ' Ail, Seeking suetonanco, laid bare ^ '' '-, ' All the cause of so mnoh care. r, -'' J Annie wished that she could swear,, ,Ji ,',-,. And began again, ' ^ !,«J 'What the next mishap will be * , J- i| Annio doesn't know, '\ VJ; i But if patient labours pay i- v v ''. ' She will havo a fine display * j- \ - In her garden plot nomo day — / lJs : It ia doubtful, though. .i-. '? 1 Aren't the eggs boiled yet, cook ? ' ' I ' tV- ' dunno, mum. They've ...

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