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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

"WJBISICI/Sr CALENDAR. L>«y of Week, SDNDAV ,,, Monday ,,, Tupsday Wednesday, I'bursduv... Friday,,. Selunlav... MOON's PHASE, First Quarter, AuguB'. 3rd, 2.47 p.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM: PRODUCE. SYDNEY," Friday. . At the Darling Harbour railway terminus this morning .there was a fair? supply of for age and.the produce forward from the vari ous country statjons along the Western and Southern lines. The market, was well attended to-day, prime hay selling: well; oaten hay, imbale/sold from 4/8 to 5/1"; in truss, 3/7 tO'W5 ; ''a'n<i in bundles; 3/10 to 5/5 per pwt.; liicerne hay in truss, at 3/- per cwt ;*straw;« good-clean "lots, in bale 2/4' to 3/j in bundles 2/8,to 2/10 per owt; oaten chaff, in bale 4/3,. to ,4/9; oaten and .straw chaff, 4/3; wliea'ten and oatcri chaff, 4/2 per cwt; wheaten and oaten hay, in bundle 4/ to 4/^, in bald 4/11 to 5/- per cwt; potatoes fromt3/5 ;to '4/iO per . cwt p swede turnips, 2/5 to 2/10 per cwt; pumpkins, 2/8. to 3/11 per dozen. . (;? I. < ?' On the wharves to-day thero is no altera tion to note iqijhf^'priqe's ofchayi; Maize, 2/9; oats, 3/- to 3/3 per. bushel ; Circular Head potatoes, £4 15/ ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Burned to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Burned to ' Death. . On Sunday last (the Mud^ee Independent reports) a little girl, daughter of Mr. Wil i Ham Mason, a farmer residing, at Mount JVome, was playing near , the remains of & fire, when the wind blow a sparfc on her clothes, and the flames soon enveloped tho l'uiiiiirtunate child and gained a great hold before they oould be extinguished.!. Itwag' [ then1, ifound that, the ohild was seriously | burnt, and Dr. Rowling was sent for, but although'he did nil that medical skill could .do. to; alleviate. the_ poor child's sufferings her i.njurius proved fatal, t , t '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

UNION CLUB HOTEL, " vSl.OAKE-STKEBT, CfclOiXrX-.lB TJ/K^WT. . " !>. McCAM,UM BEGS respectfully, to inform Hie, inhabitants of Goulbiiru and surrounding Districts that be has rented those iarge and cuthinodioUB Premises in Bloaue.8trpet{opRosito MesBrs.,Fumo'r and 8009), now lcnownltUmB'"' _ Wb^rblhb hopes by civility, strict attontioh to busi ness, and keeping'nqbebut the , Very Best Brands; of Wines, Spirits, and Beers, To mpnt a share of public patronage. , , He alie beys'^o itnor'kn them that, through special arrangements,which bo bas inndo, lie is onabled to guarantee to Travellers and the public generally I5VEK.1T ACCOMODA.TIOM ' Conducive to their comfort, and'is determined to make the UIOOW CE.USJ HOTEI second to none in the city. ('''3!': fl^r First-class Stabling. Charges Strictly Moderate. D. MCOALLUM, ' PbCTBIETOB. ' a fSHiiPMEiff'ff.: OF , \ austri^kr BENT-WOOD CHAIRS ABE'JtJST TO HAND; And are being daily put togetlior by competent men They,«r6 properly screwed and b...

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Terrible Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Terrible Accidents. The following . accidents, one of which proved fatal, are reported in the Bathurst iFroe Press:-"On Sunday last a young i man named Edward Dwyer, who resides with his "mother (a widow) at the place named, and who worked , on the farm oc cupied by her, noticing that the wallabies were invading a portion of the young crop ' growing on the farm, loaded his nflo for the purpose of shooting one or more of them. He then essiiyed to walk with the loaded rifle from the house, being accompanied by his brother and another man, when he tripped and fell over a stick. In the fall the rifle was discharged, and: the bullet ( penetrated the unfortuuato young man's face. It entered immediately uuder the iowor Jjdw 'on the left side-of the face,1 and camo out on the other side, immediately under the eye, carrying away in its course a por tion of: the jaw and of the tongue, but not injuringthe eye. Ho was conveyed to. the hospital. During Friday night a man was brought up from Woll...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

f Parliamentary. *' The business in the Legislative Assembly on Friday consisted raninlyjof* a discussion on tbo Second reading-of a bill introduced by ?Mr._J.-P. Abbott, to allow attorneys to prac ticians ooimscMn tbe Supreme Court. rTbo'!

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

;.... ^ Narrow- Escape.1 ? On Friday Inst one of tlie.mon ongugad ."pt'fho newjmill wkioh. is. in course' of . oreor: ?(i'oii inj Olinion-BtrRDtt norrowly Ggoapfid meetincwitlrn painful if not a accident; Some few wera ^mployad in sinking a well . onn of |them. was . at work below: for .the purpose; of filling,,tho buukot iwhioh tnItes' the Bluff to tbe/aurfaoe. j On1' one ' ooonBion when tlie bucket: was being llower'ed : the rope aU'noWd^to'.Mt.vbrqke, ,.and the man being warned of tho danger bjr.d voico from those on: the ground managed to get dear/ and so OBcape um'njurod.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Deserted Children. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Deserted Children. The Batburst Times states that, a short time ago, a family of very young: children were found iu a state of destitution in a house in i. George-street, and were sent to Uiloela under the Industrial Schools Act. On Tuesday the mother of the children, Mrs. Wilsonlor Markbain, was brought up at the police court for wilfully deserting1 them. The facts of the desertion having been proved, and,the findiDg of the children on a v'ory cold, frosty night, huddled to gether on a little dirty straw and shivering under a filthy rag that was altogether in sufficient to cover them, the defendant was committed for trial at the next Quarter Sessions, Bail was allowed, but "was riot forthcoming. The explanation offered by defendant was to the effect that about a fortnight before leaving the children sha had given a neighbour 10s to look after ihetn whilst she went to-Hill End to find her father. She bad been prevented from , going at .that time, but considered, when she did gof tha...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Hilder Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

The Hilder Case. . '=. Concerning the Hilder ease, the Mary borough Standard says :-Public excitement is still very great, and 'ho onso oontinues'to bo the jirinoipnl subject of conversation. Mr., W«ri»a emphatically contradicts -tint j)or tion of Mr. Hilder's B'atemont which says that bis signature was obttined to a docu ment whilst in a delirious state, and which ho now believe* was a deed of gilt of bis property to Dr. Jackson. Mr. Wuriou eays he knows of no such document, and does not believe there ever was one. . On Tuesday night Dr. Jackson was burnt in effigy, A stuffed figure having two masks, a bell [ topper, a torch in each 'hand, and a placard 'Ruby' on the broist, was placed on horse back, A procession was formed, and with lighted torches they marched alon^ High street, there being a large crowd of specta tors. Crackers were-disclinrged en route, and tile townspeople assemblnd at tho doors as the procession went past. It was thought the burning would take place opposite ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Horse Bolting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

A Horse Boluingf/ . Yestoiday morning as Mr. Newbury! was driving along oloso to-the Gatholic Cathedral in a .buggy his horse bolted,;and sooner than run the Hak of allowing liim to dash through the street and perhnps oauao in tlie eud o serious aooident, . Mr.y Newbury1 chose the lesser of two evils, and tried to turn the, animal in against one of the paling enclosures around the traea ,ip "Bourlre-atreet. This he managed to do and suooeeded in bring ing the runaway to, boy, little or no damage being done. !

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Wallaby Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

: ?;: . Wallaby > Drive. A! wallaby; driyo!, tookplace., at Mr. M. Jones's, Forest Lodge,, on , Wednesday last,, and was* well attended.' The sport'was first-' class, and 97 of, the long-tails waro des patched.- Mr. John Cunningham aoted as captain of the, drive, and performed his arduous duties in! grand stylo, and lie was 1 well,'assisted by Mr. T. Kelly. All present enjoyed' themselves- thoroughly, and Mr. Jones's hospitality was much spoken of. Following are the soores:-P. Kennedy, 8; Phil 'Kennedy, 10; E.'Ounoingham, 6 ; J. Bates, 5 ; 0. Denny,, 11 ; B Yeadon, 5 ; J. Hill,! 1; M. Jones, 6; (£. Buries.*, 4 j; F. Stien, 4 ; Gh Ainor, 4; W. Gruhb,. 7''}TA»' Grubhj 6; H. Nuswor'thy, 3 ; D. Denny, 6 ; F. Bright,-3 ; P. Kolly; 2; 0. McDonnell, 2 ; W. Nusworthy, 3 ; Hosiers,;! j total, 97.

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The S.M. Herald on Mr. Myers' Tramway Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

1 - ?? -u The S.M. Herald on Mr. Myers' Tram way Speech. The now membor for Argyle was some what inconsistent in his trumway speech of Tuesday night. While advocating creator concessions to agricultural, produce he con demned the wool rates as " incipient pro tection to the wool brokers and merchants of Sydney." Had the protection boen to the farmers of Argyle it would havo boon all right. How does the mattor-really stand? Last year the average freight for wool was 2*58d. per ton per mile on the Southern aud Western'milways, and 2 95d. on the Northern, against l*38d. and 1.52il. respectively for wheat. The net earnings, cleur of all working expenses, were at tho rote of -llMd. per ton per mile on the Southern and Western lines, and -S-Md. on the Northern, against d not return of only .152d. and 'lOSd. per ton per mile for wheat. The proof of these statements will be found on page 25 of the last railway report, which Mr. Myers should study before addressing Par liament on railway fre...

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Innocence Vindicated. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

,, Innocence; Vindicated. », A- man immed Sylvester. Bulger, a com positor from Goulburn, appetired bofor 0 the Water Polioe Court on Friday on remand, on a charge of stealing \ jt6 silver watches,' 20ox.;!of., silver albert( 1 chaius, ' !20 silver ^booklets,'.arid.al.quftntity of otb'er..jewellery^ ,of;tii6|total j,value, of; £90, the property of George! Alfred5 iSmith, watchmaker; King street. rProseoutor'sshop was broken into ob the nig^t'of the 2nd .Maroh last, and the property was stolen. ,:Aj watch pawned at Benjainin's in George-sfcioet wasahowb to Mr. Smith a week ' ago-' who stated it 'WBB one off his stolen watches, and Bulger- ;wns apprehended^ andV charged with /the theft,, when ho stated that , he- was; innocent, and" ;that he: bad bought the,,^"tch 14 months 'ago from George Gregory', photographer^ &o., of Goulburn.He was remanded for a -woak for inquirieflito be made, and sergeant jMulqueeny appeared- in I court on Friday)" and deposed that' 'the prisoner's st...

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NEWS and NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's 'he news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

.NEWS and NOTES. "Urief, tlien! and wliat'a 'lie neiri!"-King John. Wallaby drive at Tirranna to-day. Ulura Stepheuson to-night. The editor of the Queanbeyon Times has tbreateued a resident ofQueuubeyan with an action for libel. It is proposed to establish an evening ' Public school at TUBS. Dr. Richardson h»s been appointed addi tional vaccinator lor the district of Quean beyan. Mr. Ivery's colt Dover lost the UBO of its legs and had to be destroyed. A compositor named Sylvester Bulger, lately employed at this oihce, was wrongly accused of stealing^ silver watches, &c., from.ajeweller in Sydney. In all, 71 bodies have been recovered from the wreck of the Tararua. The steamer Ferret is to be sold in Mel bourne. Prom Bourke's reef at Temora splendid stone was raised on Friday. There is great excitement about the new rush at Adelong Alluvial, with 20 feet sink ing, giving £G per man per week. Mount Browne seems to be going ahead fast. The coaches ere crowded with diggors en ro...

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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

Sudden Death. i i'A qaso of death occurred* in Goulburn on Saturday, which was rather sudden, Mrs. Nolan, residing in Bradley-street, . had . been ,ailing for Hume time paBt, . and , had,. during jthe last week, been attended, to by.a dootor, but oil the day of her dwath ahe was attaokod with a severe fit of'-retching, and her hus band proceeded at OUCB far the dootor; how-, ever, before he arrivod the woman hnd died, [ although no unnecessary deluy took place in attending to'her oasa.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVF LLE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. SATURDAY EVENING. A SAD and fatal accident occurred in George street this morning about 12 o'clock. A little girl named Elizabeth Ellon White, six years of age, daughter of Mr. White, a sig nalman at the railway-station, Burwood, was run over by a 'bus and killed instanta neously, one of the off wheels passing over the child's neck, and ike other crushing her head. Yesterday the Princes visited the coach and railway carriage factory of M.essrs. Hudson Brothers, Redfern. They were evi dently much pleased with thoir inspection of the different departments. This afternoon they are expected to be present at the cere mony of laying the foundation-stone of the new infirmary. On Tuesday Prince Edward will lay the foundation-stone of the pedestal on which is to be placed the statue of her Majesty now in the Garden Palace. The site chosen is the enclosure between King street and Hydo Park, near the statue of Prince Albert. A...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

LiTEST :BY OABI^E. ? '(From' tKe^Sydhe!/, Jlerald.) ' ,;11V';;rLondon,, July 28. '. ll is stated on'good authority that; lUe.Eev Booty Parry LiddoivB.'D;, D.OiL.j; Oauon of St. Paul's Cathedral, will Bucoeed the Imb Rev. Br. Stanley ns De^n of West minster. ' ;..> . A Rale of unusual severity has been 0*7 petianoed on the - south-oast coasf'of Eng land, causing great destruction *of : life' and property, (Several crocks i>ud other marii ti®o disasters are rooorded. Forty persani a*8];nown to have heeu'drownod, Mr. Bndlniigli hue tnovod th^Ooprt for a new tvi^l- ot-'ttie ^abti'ou! that avjvs brounht .Eiiostihim' by .iLfr/Olarlsjvia whiah^tho lattor Qljtuiuod a verdict for; tha rapovery-'of penaltiba inourred by Mr; Btadlaughi-t'aking, hie seat in Parliament without subscribing to the usual form of oath. The e>urt is con sidering tlirt npjhicntion. The ruto f.n iho Goodwood Cup WHS run to-d«y wiih tlio following ro«nl'«:-Mr. CbiLl'v l.'u Harry, 1; Mr. Crtiven's Notting ham, 2...

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

Dupartmont of Lands, Sydnoy, 19th July, 1881. AUCTION LEASE SALE. ATTENTION is oollod to n Sola of Leasos of Crown Lands to bo held at the Land Office, Goulburn, On tbo 24tli AUGUST NEXT, comprising lands county Argylo, parish Quialijjo. For fnrtbuv particulars BOB Governmtnt Gazttle of Iflth July, 1881, No. 278, atpolicoolHoeorlooolland office. JAMES HO SKINS. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1849. THE OLDEST MUTUAL LIFE OFFIOE IN AUSTRALIA. HEAD OFFIOE: 87, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors: Tbo Hon. Jolin Smith, O.M.G., M.L.O., Chairman John H. Goodlet, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. Issao E. Ives, Esq. I Robert J. King. Esq. 8. A. Josupb, Esq. | G. A. Murray, Esq. Chiof Medioal Oflicsr: Dr. W. F. RIackeneie, L.R.C.P. (Edin.) , Actuary: ' Socretarys Morrioo A. Dlaolc, F.I.A. Alexander J. Ralston THE nBw bnsinnpH of the year 1880 oomprised 6551 POLICIES, insuring £2,181,258, and prutlucinK ft new annual pri-mium inconiH ol £72,859, lining 'he lurgi'rt ainouut of ni>w busi...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XII,—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 August 1881

iOiLoiLxjSisw CHAPTER XII.-CONTINUED. Oaptoin MoGrombie and Mr. Pentweazle were not exempt from this inspection of tlia warders, but the officers merely grinned and touched their hats. Finally, tho examination being completed, a bell AYua rung, and the viaitor3 ware re quired to leave torthe shore. The soldiers remaining to the very last, ] and the boats continuing their hovering- about tho harbour until tho Flamma's anchor was weighed, and she was on her way to sea. " You will agree with mo now my lad, that your poor friend would have bad littlo ehi,nuo of ge'ting through such a B< aivh us that," said MiOrotubie, as they stepped astiore. ' Then Mr. Pnulwe>zlu was foicoJ to agroo with him. . Time was slipping away, and Mr. Peut wunzle's spirit# worn clipping away with it. At the olose of every day, he calculated not merely so much time, but so much money, was l«>st to him. The sol-vices rendered by Urogram wore a mere protenoe, although he had to pay lor them J and,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

j a sumiuiT:s«r] : OF - ? BENW00P(JHA1RS°« ARE' JUST TO. HAND, And,ar.p;being daily put together.bv competent, me» ! They are piopeily screwed *tid bo)ted tpgetkvr, ^, ; andjtiioy are to, bo had. at' ... ',:'::^ROGE^ ? i '":''GEEi'T yw FURMSSHIMG ARCADE AtitUBjon9w|n,g.price8nwhich ar.e fully tou por cent ' 11 ' lowbr'thtto proylously quoted i : , , Austrian Cane-Sent Choirs, 7s. lid. " 1 Auptfiftn.' Gane-SUftt Chairs," 8s. ,ll.dy"; S Ap5tri(in'-0.and»Seat Chairs, Oh, .!3d. | Austrian Cane.Seat Chairs, 9s, Cd. Orders for these ^joyds- nro corning Jn» from >all, quariern, a;id they'ar# to bu h^d, put together! in' any numbeiy Or in 3 dozou caeos. Tliese goods are now being ', ? ;>K *: UiO . Imported; Direct by the Proprietor , Which en«ble9 him to «ell at these ?? ? EXTREMELY - LOW PRICES^; An nSROrtmont of tho'following Austrian "Bent Wood FURNITURE is alao! oii_ view at this 15x teusivo and Complete Furnishing Establishment, viz. i-'' ? - Austrian Bent Wood.Sofa#. Austriau Be...

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