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MESSRS. FINLAY AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

MESSRS. FINLA.Y AND OO.'S RBPOHT. Fat Oattle.^Th'o,supply at'tho yardspn last sale day was in excoes of local. requirement, but wc htd buyers from other districts for prime oattle,who -were prepared to purchase three timos the number offered, at an advanoo of 10/- to Iff/, per bead above last week's quotations.V The yards were cleared of every tillable' boast. . We disposed of 4 pens of fat cows at from 12/6 to 16'-~por 100 lbs. We now quote prime/bullooks, £0 to £6 10/, say to average 760 lbsf good 'soodndiclass, oattlo at £4 15/- to £5 6/, with a certainty of a firmer market and a short supply for next two months.- Good to primo cows aro worth 18/-to 15/. per 100 lbs. ...... ^ . SStoro Oattle.-The demand at theyards continues brisk for bulIoolfB^andcowB.; Wo quote fair condi tioned 4 and :6 years, old bullocks at 47/6 to SO/, and if in good tr&velli'ng condition'and woli bred GOj, Wo sold 160, bullooks on tho station,'near Nimity bello to a Glppsland buyer.at £2 12/6. ..Sh...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

COMMEROIAL. GOULBURN, FBHUY. FLODB Maiiket-Locally, no change to aoto ; .wheat ftUo remaiuitig ns last quoted. ' Adelaide prices are stationary, but business quieter ; Mel bourne.gbews a, tligbt decline, Bj- per bushel (bugs iqgluded).being the top price. At Mori's sale in Sydney on Thursday' there was no improvement, 4/11J being tbe highest price realised for wheat; but tbe prime samples woro withdrawn. Hay continues to come in very plentifully, but there is little cbangs tu value. The market is almost .overstocued..with, potatoes, aud unless a very.p'rime sample,1 will not fetch;more than £2 15/ per ton!-'Good butter very source, but tbe quali ties ooming forward aro passed at last week's figures. Eggs moro plentiful and somewhat lower. Fried current in Qoulburn between purchaser and ? ? producer t Flour, per ton >.... £13 0 0 Ditto, second t, per (on'.... 12 0 0 Wheat, per bushel 0 4 6 * Oats, per bushel .... 0 S O'to 0 3 3 .. Maize, per bushel .... 0 4 0 Hay, per ton .... 3 0...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 July 1881

MARRIED.   FIFE—BRYANT.—On 18th July, at North Goulburn, by the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, M.A., Nixon Fife, of Millendale, Lower Boro, to Jessie,   youngest daughter of William Bryant, of Glenalvan, Lake Bathurst.  

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THE KILLING OF THE BOY NEAR BALLARAT. (From the Melbourne Argus, July 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

THE KILLING OF THE BOY HEAR BALLARAT. (From the Melbourne Argus, July 28.) AT the Geelong Assize Oourt on Wednes- i day, before his Honor Mr. Williams, Wm. ? / Henry Hall, aged 10 years, was charged with having on the 1.6th June murdered a boy named Tommy Win Hock, near Bal Itiratand Jamos Hall, aged 14 years, was charged with being an accessory afler tho faot. The prisoners pleaded not guilty and were defended by Mr. 3?ink. Win Hock (through an interpreter) slatod that the boy Tommy, wos bis adopted son, and;! was five years of age when he was killed.' .He saw the boy alive a't lO a.m. on the day b»tore he saw him dead. The pri soner Jamos told him that Tommy was dead in a watorbole. The prisoner's father and bo went to the waterhole and t'ound the dead :' boy, with his throat cut and mark* of shot wounds in his logs. Tommy was.a playmate , of the prisoner. Sarah Ann Hull, sister of the prisoners, stated that she saw the deceased; near.their .!?>;. House at half-past; 11 a.m. ,o...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

TABALGA. [Bx " KANGAROO,"] A vrALiiABV drivo took place on theiproper- : ties of Alessis. S. Cooley and J. McKeuzie/ of ftlarmonte Fliit, on Monday, '25th instant; and taking into consideration the limited number of shooters and drivers, the drive > was on tho wholo a Buccess. Too much oroilit cannot be given to the respective cap tains-viz., Mr. It. Pollock for the drivers, and'Mr. D iDouovan for the shooters; and,tho successful issue to which this drive was brought is mainly attributed to the exoellent judgment displayed by the officiating oap tainB., Tho shooting on tho whole wiis good, particularly that of our officieht knight, Mr. D. Donovan, who topped the score with; 19 to his credit; being1 olosely followed by A. McNeally and J. Cameron, who shot 17 each'. The total number'of long tailed 'uns brought to grass was 79, as will be seen by following Boores:- D. Donovan, 19; A. McNeally, 17 ; J. Cameron, 17; J. McKon zie, 9 ; S. Oooloy, 6; J. MoCulloeh, 6 ; and K Whitemain, 5....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

COOTAMUNDRA NEWS; (FROM ova OURIIESPOPDBKT.) Cleiuc OF PETTY SESSIONS.-Your corre spondent, who is much indebted to Mr. Primrose,'(he O.P.S. hero, for hia general courtesy- in supplying him with all news npportniniiig to- land and polioe court, has much pleasure in. staling that all C1b6Sks of tlio cuuimunity agree in saying that a more perfect gentleman and obliging official was Haver stationed in Oaolamundra. . , , Piumu BEEF.-A fine display of butcliet's meat is to bo seen daily now at Mr. Duhigg's establishment in Wallendoon-street, the beef especially being very prime ; the pre sent draft of cattle which are now being killed averaging 750 lbs. The shop, which, is fitted up with n circular bar similar to Mr. Slooombe'a in Auburn-street, Q-oulburn, is a model of cleanliness. INSANE.-Two lunatics (one a Ohinaman furwardod from !Gunda*ai, and the .other, aa: Englishman from T«morii) were sent under escort to the Sydney Asylum on Thursday night. Th»*y appeared very inoffensive.

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The Drama. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

' The Drama., Miss Ol'ara Stephenson/,'supported"by a strong. dratnatia> and 'burlesque 'obinpahy,' opens at tba Mechanics'. Institute thiseven ing) the ; piece i Belocted being ^Ths (Little; Detective;'-'! in^ which Olara Stophoneon 'flfi sumes fivo .distinot characters ; concluding! I with - ixilaugbable farceentitled " B;B.; the Benicia Boy." Some years ago, Miss Ste phenson paid us a.visit, and from the excel-: lenoe of tbe, pieces put on the stage and the: quality of the noting, she was well patronised; and we< feel sure that on this occasion the company will receive liberal support. ' The company only play three' nights- in; Goul .burn,? | *. '? J ." ?? ". vf ;A hotel is to be built on-Mount Vosuvius, olose to the Observatory^ Those who live in it "(tho i hotel) will bo like the Sydneyites during!the present small-poxijsoare--they'll be near eruptions. _/>? " . The Bwimming match for £300 between Captain Wobb apdiWi 'Beckwiih ?jrasYwon;; ,on June II, by the fo...

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Another Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

| .Another Libel Action.' . ; V ; U ^."Wir'-bave been shown .a. letter rooeivod from! Mr. J.Gannon, of i Goulburn,! on bebalt of Mr. J. A. O'Neill, of Qiioaubeyan,' addresspd to; Mr.. Charles Scott, also?,of Clueah|beyan, threatening" him1 (Mr. Scott)' \vith.anf notion ;>t law unless an a in pie publio apoloayV be made,, for a libel against Mr. J. A. O'Neill, which is alleged to have been contained in a loiter which'recently npr I peared! in the Hanaro .Mercury,, ..signed , n P.'Mr.' Scott being the author'of the said letter.- It ia not-Mr. Scott's inteu | tion to offer any Bpology.-^-Agei

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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: MONDAY, AUGUST 1. PUBLIC OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

3?tT33I<ISUED BVBEY MOENXNQ Trulh. ever lovely aince the world began, The foe or tyrant* and the friend of man.-Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, AUGUST 1. PUBLIC OPINION. IT is,the highest aim of, a journalist to pro duce a healthy tone of public opinion. Unless this is achieved, he labours in-vain . \ > * ;. ' 1 . »? ' to obtain redress of . grievances or promote important reforms. If he; can succeed in this he enlists in the good cause suoh num bers as will ultimately command success. It iu in the highest degree gratifying, and encouraging, to notice the expression of publio opinion evinced at the public meeting of the Freeholders and Freeseleotors Asaci ciatiou, .held, at Yass, on the 23rd ultimo. The outspoken manner in which the evils of land monopoly and the iniquitous ringbark ing racket were denounced is evidence that the people fully recognise the injustice that is; (lope,: them, in . relation to these groat 'grievances. Their recognition of the ser vices of; the p...

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An Arithmetical Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

An Arithmetical Problem. There was a big free and easy, go-ns-you like and bring your own feed kangaroo. hunt out Bungloxumbie way on Tuesday. About forty sons of Niinrod scurried, to't)ip scene.' :yumO; of the beggars ,r<)de so like tailors th>ifc the kangaroos wore sitting in hollow stumps laugliiug at tbem The results of the battue were that two marsupials were, after muny hours very hard riding, put into the! .yard, and ns: the exoited horsemen rushod to kill them, the tripods put tbeir fibs to their nosos, and bopping over the fence bade a longfarowoll to the huntsmen. This huntjlias developed some arithmetical genius, and .'at . one or,the sohools on - Wednesday: morning, the text 'sum/was-" If it takes 45 men to run in Ihrpo kangaroos in two days how . many, will it take to clear, the Bogun country of' marsupials between tbis and the' day . after tlie.general judgment Will Honey-oomb. ,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

LOCAL,and .GENERAL MWS,, Football/ The' indefatigable captiid of tbd Qpulburn footballfrsf iiasj ojt'Iebgtti;1 tlieabtiaifa6tioix of peeing! that the Goulbura^OluVs matohes are looked1 for wi'Ii much intarost/roQii he io nd doubt glad; that he .oan, announce- a few im maiohM to come off within the next ?fe.w iweoUsf;. He .infpr,ms<;us (hat,there,,will, 'tie a-maibn v.' tUe'nBurwoodaj ;in Sydney/.on1 the 6tji-August 5 match v. Glenheads, in Gaulburn, 13th cAluguat'^and«. v. i^Yass) I'ia '.Guulburn. 2.0th, August.,, ; ? v '<? f r; W .: :V i.v ; 4. i 'jlxJJU -Aik

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Wholesale Alienation of Land. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Wholesale Alienation of Land. The Wahgunyah and JLiutherglon JNews of July 26 stat«s that with regard to sales of Grown lands by the New South Wales Government, the 'following memorial is in course of signature :-"To the Hon. the Minister for Lands, Sydney,-The memorial of the inhabitants of Urana, Corowa, Howlong, Germanton, Tumbernmbn, Jeril derie, Darlington Point, Mulwalu, &c., &c., humbly sheweth : That your petitioners view with alarm, the vast amount of land that is beine; alienated in the Murray and Murrumbidgee districts to capitalists, specu lators, and English financial companies. That in this district nearly 10,000,000 acres of the best lands out , of 15,000,000 acres have already been disposed of by. auction and otherwise, and that the country is being rapidly turned into large shoepwalks.^ That- intending bona 1 fide selectors ''are harassed,- and every obstacle' thrown in their way to prevent their settlement upon the lands. That your petitioners there...

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Wesleyan M. I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

. ' ' 'Wesleyan M. I. Society.' f^Tbojmembera of this society met as usual' on Wednesday evening; in their meeting room, j Q- 'Idsmiih-atreet. Tho minutes i of the previous meeting were .rend I and iioon firmedj; aiteir"whioh Alessra. A. Wombey nnd S. Bombrick woro nominated as fit p/>r sons to- beoomo tnombeisi; of; and-Messrs,. H; Worrall, A..Riley, and tW. Wee oh, were-in trodnoed to,tijo^1 tho evening liemgfreadings nii'd^'''reoitalioriaft the^followin^ .vvere^doJivHrad Reqitation,' " My First Spreoj" liy .Mr.' T. Lalco ; xvad'r; jrig, S" Johnny Grdy's Hi-avan," by- Mr. F. Rii" w*a rd | recitation! by'-M r .1 jj'Oa Col I i ns; reading, " Addiso'iiis Essay'!_'.onatoifyi" by Mr;E. Howard;y.reoita tiorij : "Araliieni" by MrJ Qv Holtreading,. (i?.vLifoV!-?|!Sy'Mr. Eaibton. priUois^;of"a benofioialUbaraotHr was indulged in; aB^dcli^ii^ nounoed t<v: be&aiSdefraie- Biii^ form, or! '.haeffitefr^^

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Serious Accident by Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Serious Accident by Fire. On Thursday last, a little girl named Lake, aged 4 years, daughter of Mr. James Lake, jun., of Bellarbi^ul, was uoarly burnt to death. It appears that with a number of other childranshe was playing around a fire left by a carrier; Somohow, the girl's dress caught fire, and she ran screaming towards liHr aunt's (Mrs. Lindsay's) residence. Mrs. Lindsay, heariDg the screams, came out, aud was horrified to see her little neice iu flames. She at once rushed to her, and extinguished the fire,'but the child was dreadfully burnt! Along her back was ono mass of burns. A messenger was sent for Dr. Warren, who was soon in attendance. He dressed the in juries, nod though tho patient is progressing fairly, the doctor still thiuks her : to be in a very precarious state.

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Sts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Sts. Peter,and Paul's Cathedral. | ;. Tlio . congregations attending service in the obove Cathedral yesterday must havo obaervi-d ihn grand improvement which Iwve been effected in the high nltar within the post week. 'That portion of it which consis'ed of woodwork has bona removed, and in its place a cosily and elaborate sub stitute has beon fixed. The addition is of tho purest marble, white and cork, the ad mixture of the two colours producing a pleasing contrast, whilst the design, which is both chaeto and well carried out, excites the admiration of the boboldur at ouce,' The centre piece consists of several parts, the lower,portion being arranged for the recep tion of the tabernacle. Above this is a place set apart for the remonstrance, the principal features in which are four cork marble pillars supporting a roof of white marble, and over all \'n cross is worked which Burniounts the Whole, At either side of the tabernacje arojftho fixtures for the ,other re quisites, and j'these...

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Attempted Murder of a Son. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

V Attempted Murder of ; a Soil. ,, 'attempted miirderlof a son by his fathor» atiCarngbatn. is recorded- by' tha Ballarat Star,,.whioli s'atea ..that, -M the, presidents of I Carngham were thrown into astate qf iuten'so excitement and horror early'?on Saturday morning it 'beopn^ manEarned J3urge;:;a'Mke^ VHlloy,:had r w«do a^dHterminodr attorapt? on itl'l'VI!£~/« f "kS' rrin*r 1 nrl it* ori 'fwHri keeps the Post'Offce store, at Pri-ston's-hill Tho cirmimstanceH connected with tlx** affair, fii» fur as has been ascertained from a per fectly roliablo sniircu, aro as fuilows:-It .'appears'that <>11 Burgu anl his wjfo had not boon living on friendly tf'rrna for some time past, iiud had frequent quarrels, Since tbo marriage of tbeirson, wbiqb took place about Boveii mouths ago, their quarrels becaina morn frequent and intensified in consequence of Mrs. Burge leaving Jier home Hiid occa sionally stopping with her son at l'rostun'a . bill. This state of things lasted until Sa...

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Confirmation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Confirmation. Yesterday, after 11 o'clock Moss in Sts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Gqulbum, his Lordship Dr. Lankan preached a most elo quent and instructive sermon from' the Gos pel proper to the day, and after the close of his discourse administered the Sacrament of Confirmation , to. about < 3G0 children- and adults of both seshs. Vrhij assistant clergy men were-Rov. Father Walsh, who called over the names; Rev.' Father Bermiiighriroj who removed 'the, chrism',, and: Rev. Father Gallagher. At the conclusion of the cere mony the Bishopadministered the total abstinence pledp;ottp^oil: tlie children, bind ing them from their present ages till their reaching their'Slsc'year;

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Singular Case of Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Singular Case of Suicide. j LI; ^.The, S.VA^itegisteri xeports'-that early on -Thursday moruing, Julyj 21,! the resid'en(s of Olark-'street, Norwood, and neighbourhood jwere'1 alarmed to hear; that Mr. Daniel Bat tams, . agent, of Norwood, Adelaide," h « d committed suicide .during the previous niglifi.. -It appearB that thBs deoeasod came home to 'his dinner in'his uaual'spirits oa Wednesday, >bout 1 o'clock,' aftor which he went out and dug -.'in the garden for about ajOoupleVof hours. ? Ho was first missed ofc tentime;Y hut, I nothing serious was suspected till later in the' evsniDgi'\vheu the family, finding- he did not return', .began to feel, anxious «bout him.' They;accordingly informed, their next' door -neighbours,- and : Bent,-' to ; the Adelaide police station. ; Polioe oonstablei Ounnihg hnm' cauie out, and ncaistud Mr. W. Shiro,' a neighboiir^ to search, for docensed ;_but it ; wa«: not till 1 o'olock.on Thursday morning that; they.discovered him lying in a cellar of...

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CONFIRMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

CONFIRMATION. Wagga Wagga ,,.... August 28 Hay . September 4 Doniliquin September U Albnry ....{September 18 Adelong j ..September 25 'i'umat r,'"..October 2 Totnora.. October 10 . Grenfell .October 14. Goolagong ,,Octoberl6 Burrowa October 23 Frogtnoro,,,,,, Ootobor 25 Yqsg.,,. October 80 BloBs Prosbvtory. Ten MJle, Septcniber 21 , Bless 0IiWcVat*Temora/ October 9 ' " ' ' Btegg'ChnTcUvHtGo6lagoDg;' October 10. t YASS MISSION. Binalong, Suuday.July.,31., . Gundarda, Siinilay^AugaBt 7;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

LEOPOLD YVifilSSBEKGER, By ROYAL AUTHORITY MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, And the Wriglnal TTobpieeoiiIst in Goulburn IS THANKI'UIj to ths Public far the last five yunr's 1'ntrotinue. L.W. is continu ally Ueepinu the Best Imported Qualities of American Prustod Tobaccocs from 4 s. prrlb. Out Tobiiooo, Leaf and Negrohead, from Sj Cd, per lb: Home Pressed Tobaccoes, from 2s. Gd. per lb. AtnericAn Si silt Snuffs, plnin nnd soenUd, Gd. ptr ounce. lmp»rted and Home-made (from imported leafy Cic»rH, from 10«. Gd per 100, Real Moercluum Pipes, plain and carved, {from 4i. to 4os. eaoli. Imitation 5leerc\iaum, plain and carved, at low prices, Wigzel Sour Cherry, Briar, Mynll, and Rosi root Pipes, amber and born bits, plain aud carved, frotn Gd. tn'Gs. each. A variety of Plain and Pancy French Clay Pipes, Id. to Gd. eaoli. And an Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to mention. Both give a call, and a trial solicited. Wholesale and Retail for CASH. 09* As the holidays are coming the smoking...

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