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Delegate Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1896. (Before Messrs. Liddle and D'Arcy, Js.P.) HORSE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 4 June 1896

Delegate -Police Court   TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1896. (Before Messrs. Liddle and D'Arcy, Js.P.) Horse-stealing. Walter Farmer was charged with lar- ceny as a bailee of one bay horse, branded LF near shoulder, the property of George T. Morrison. George Stutchbury deposed : I am a Senior-constable of Police, stationed at Delegate; in company with Constable   Keating I arrested the accused at the Commercial Hotel, Delegate, last night, by virtue of a warrant. I read the warrant to him, and he replied, " I never sold Morrison that horse at all, I gave him a grey horse and a bay mare in ex change for two bullocks; he wanted the   horse but I would not deal him away." I asked him when he saw Edward Reed last, and he replied, last Saturday. I took him down another horse, for fear that Morrison would take that horse away and leave him without one ; on the 30th May, in company with Morrison I took possession of the horse now ouside the court, he was in Reed's team, near B...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

MONEY .ADVANCED PBIVATELY^ / ^ , WITHOUT DELAY. ' INTEREST— 1\, 5 and 0 per cent. o££-OaOOO AVAIL^BLE AT °N^'K in largp 'n(l smaU amounts for * ^ Station Propoity, Cpuntiy Faime, or any good security Frnoholde, or C.P. Lands. Bank9and Building' Secursiies uriangerl with piomptly. Only (4enuine Applicants arc requested to apply. Monoy Advanced oh Gold Mine., machinery erected thereon for interc-t in Fame, or purchased fight o it. Xo tangible boemity refused. Write or c.ill on SWORN VALUATOR, APPOINTED BY TIIE GOVERNMENT, ' - 3T5 Cfov/ii Street, §nrry Hills, Sydney. SendStamps for Reply. New Seeds. -Season 1896. Fruit Trees, Roses and Seed Potatoes. *A WeA fiMfl^l jto? Giiass Seeds, Rye, Cocksfoot, Prairie, etc. ^» £1^1 M'@- .Cloveb Seed3, Red, Whito, Lucerne, etc. - hI i& W- S^'k^B FoDDER Seeds, Tares, Barley, Oats, etc. If f , '7* *^ Vegrtable, Flo-Weii Siteds, and Bulbs. RELBABLE Writ° f°r Catal°Sues» V™^ ™& Samples. S^tai ihm'1 ' ' ' ~&2d& ^ar ^ow C...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

(OlkSrl Oou'L'es^©:::' enicc; The following letters have been fo^arded to us by Mr. W. II, Wood, M.P., for ' ' publication : — Chief Secretary's Oirica, Sydney, 3rd June, 180G. Sir, — In reply Lo your communication , «*. uiit- ^uwx uiuiuo, i ani airected to in form you thvi the Clue. Senrciarv has approved of 25 bl-mkot^ h'AuS granted' for distribution by tho Coinnifse of the Bombnla H^plt^i cmor^at the now itf need of sudi rrcv^c.:, r .,.1 ihtfy will be , forwarded to tlio coi.miitfve vjth. the least possible del-'y; I havo Cho honoi to h^, cir, ' '? 1 our obedient servant, CimcHr.ri- W.U.KEB, Prhici-,cil Uncter Secretary. W. If. Woorf, Es.j., JVT.P. l . ' The Mnrree ii,'du.vip.y.— ilr; Sydney Smith, ha-j ttul r rr- turn p;oparod which showa thiit from tho lsl,0f,n \dvy to tho 31st May, ISC'), there v/cre -?37 applica liono undci tho Mining 'Aoi Of 1874, v/hilo iyoxd tho lab Janri.jy io the 31st' Llay, 1G9G, diera \.'ere ilo le- 3 than 880 appiio'ii'o'na oi'inoro thau c'jU hlo, pro...

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

Items of Sport. The Now Zealand Rowing Association5 has 48 clubs, oue of which has a mem bership of 400, and several of ever 100' each. There wag a sensational finish for the City Haudicrfn at tho Ari»Tni/l» ma--f{n» Four hor&es were within a neck of one another. Moslyn won, Homespun was . second, thbn Folingo and Caroton. Mos lyn paid £9 3s. A cricketing Coincidence :— In the match against tho South of Enalaml Darling and Giffen each made ll.j~runs. They were top Bcorera: John Connolly, a famous Irish jockey is doad: Ho distinguished himfelfby generally riding tho unbeaten Barcal dine; ^ Weiss, the Australian champion- bil- liardist, who concodod Shlpton of Wel lington (J00 points, out of 1000 was defeated by 32 points. The biggest break by Weiss was Io8, and Shipton had a 30 to hit! credit, The Warnambool racing cli(b riladod profit of £082 on tho past 12 months meetings. This is probably r, Hp; but its Worth' repeating. Alter tho Camperdov/n.horso salo a few queer looking...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

General Mews. ? -► ? Bonanza CihajIs. — A revolution in Cigars. Dixon & Sons manufacture from the cnoiusr Havana Tobacco, with a nocptaary poition of Amorican, at a price nevor bofoio attempted — 4 for Cd ! ft.nnple hundreds font, earriago paid, for 10*.. IIi:ni: And Tin:nr_— The South Grafton ' Mercury' hands round this itom : ? The following wns not written by our office hoy, but. by a would-be-if-he-eo\ild J.P. find just notice the manner in which he u es the member who lepreseuts the electorate in which the noted scholar lives :— ' Deer our. Now wat about this here J.I?, thai, you -maid promis about P I see that cittol-dufier Bob S — is won and rihink I am a'deel more fitteror than hiru, a feller that doen't know B from a bulls foot. I araked first,- and I think you ort to have put me on. Poor honest men gets no show of Justis as things are goin now. Alter all you promist you ought to ho (shocking word suppressed) well ershamed o£ yorself not putting me on. Other farmers...

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The Australian Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

fie lugfeaMasa Ciriw&ctcrs. ?The Australian cricketers in their presont tour have, so ? far, completed 8 matches, of which they have won six and drawn two. So that they yet have an unbeaten record. The first test match against an All England Eleven will bo commenced at Lords on the 22rid insf,. Tho highest averages, compiled on the result' of the first seveu matches, gives premier position for batting to Gregory, who has played seven innings for an average of 55.85. Hill comes next with an average of 39, then follows Trumblo 33,2, Gifferi and Graham 33 each, Dar ling 32.7, Irodnle 25.14, Kolly 21, Trott 19.75, Donnan 19, Eady 9.8, Jones 5.5, Johns 0.8, and M'Kibbin 4.GG. Trumblo holds the first position in tho bowling averages, having 17 wickots to his crodit for an averago of 9.7 runs per wicket. Trot.t has taken 5 wickets at an average of 10.8, Joucn 42 at 12.19, Gifion 24 al 10.33, Eady 4 ufc 23.5, M'Kibbin 1 for 8 C, Tho romaining fixtures for Juno are ~ Juno 15, v Yorks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

I THINKING; MI N/D, 8 P,i .. Have wrought wondors in the manufacture of \'A I BOOTS -ANp SHOES. II ' AND ? - ,' ' ' ' ' I TShei T Brand ; ' * ils ahead of all others Offered for Sale. W M. GOODMAN, SOLE AGENT FOR DELEGATE. !W ? ___ ? f\ SEE THEY !#/' Ffi \^\ THfi FAm WEAR i' ABE BRANDED I ??' A I / IS GUARANTEED* ,^r ? . ' .MANUFACTURED BY I ENOCH TAYLOR & GO., % 22 YORK STREET,' SYDNEY. ' (WHOLESALE ONLY.) ^.i. ? ____________________________________ ? — ? f 1BPOBTAST ' LAND SALE. | . 300 ACRES C.P. LAND, , \} Five Milos fro^m. Delegate. 60 chains feont ,'' age to Bombala Road. ' r ALLOTMENT OF LAUD AT DELEGATE * ; ? f nti-day, ; '*16tb June. HAS irecaivod iE.te-ctiona to eoll by Pb lio Auction d& bis rooms, BombalR-at., ?? Delegate, oa cbova data, at 2 o'oloak sharp, \ All that Valn_blo Selection bnovra aa Catnoron'o Selection, afc the 16 milo poat, con taining 300 ACEES C.P. LAND, Togotho? with WE-THEEBOAttD COT TAGE, containing 4 rooms, and 2-rooined Kitchun, 0_tb...

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Bombala News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

. ?' Boinbalsi, News (from- our correspondent.') Mb. John Coronel, of thi3 town, I re .gret to say, is dangerously ill, and on Monday : night it was feared that he would not recover, but tiiariks to the skill of .'Dr.- Eddie he is to-day (Tnesday) a little easier, though still in great danger. At the School of Art3 Lodge Room, on : Monday evening, Mr. Alfred Whitalcer' was presented with a handsome address, nicely framed, with a photo of our local bandsmen in the centre, by his pupils ' and fellow bandsmen, as a token of the high esteem in which he was hold by thein. Mr. Whitaker, tvho is leaving the district, will be a great loss to our local band. Since he undertook the leadership he haa made a wonderful improvement in the Bombala Band, and' they will be very lucky if they can get another leader as good to fill his place.

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHUItCH OF ENGLAND. __ Juno 14,— Craigie, 8 p.m. ; Delegate, 7.30 p.m, Eev. G. P. MetcaiiFB

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Meeting of Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

, Meeting ? of Selectors. . : I.v rosponse tb an advertieement in our' lawt; issmi'a: numbor of aolocloris aud othora aHseinbled at* Rafter 3 Ilotul on Tuesday at ternbon,- Mr. L. Rydlv occupiJul the chair, and briefly explained the object ol* the meot ing. which was, he said, to consider tho provisions of tli'n Lands for Closer Settle ment Bill. nou--' before Parliament, with the view of taking advantage of it iu having certain lands' in the district; resumed by tho State and thrown open for settlement. The chairman explained that the Bill provided for the expenditure of £300,000 annually for the resumption by the Crown of lands' winch had been % granted or alienated in- any form or were held under conditional lease. This lancl would then bo opened- up by the. Government for the purposes of closer Eettldment, and the annual' lease fixed at 4 pei1 cent, on the price paid for resump tion. Arrangements, he said; could 00 made by which the Glenroy and Junction Stations could be resumed...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

llOMAN CATHOLIC. Sunday, 8th July. — Delegate, 11 a.m. Monday; 6th July. — Corrowong, 10 a.m. Eev. J. J. WalsIt.

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Bendoc Court of Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1896. (Before Messrs. W. S. Grenville and J.A. Henleigh, Js.P.) ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

ISendoc Court of Petty Sessions SATURDAY, JUNE G, 1890, (Before TU-8sra. W. S Giouville and .T.A. .? ? : -- .'Ileuuleighi Js.l\ '.' '?' ? : ??'?. . Ar,Li-GKD Cattlf, Stf.ai.isi. ; .'oVif.u.ui It. Johnson was churgod, on the .information of M. W. O'Kourke, junr, \. ';; -wifa stealing one bally iioifur, the v property of informant. .Constable Ryan conductsd the case for the Cro%vn,*tho accused conducting 'ilia own caso. ? ^Vi.'.W. O'-Rourke deposed: . I am a . selector, residing at Wulgulmeraug ; the cow anil heifer now in the Court yard '?' belong to me ; they run at Murgelgooby ; the cow was bred there and is branded MW off; rump ; from information I ' received from H.T.Allen on February last I oarao to Delegate, whero I met ' Joker*' Johnson and asked him for my cattlo ; ho said ho did not know ifi they vrei-d there, but ho would pay mo for niy ' yearling ; told him I would not soil her ; Tvaa not aware from my own knowledge ? there was such an animal ; Johnson said he would arrang...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

PIiE8HYTEHIAN. , June 21. — Glonmero, 11 a.m. ; Delot'iit.e, 7. -. ; .' Eev. A. G. Michie. llhe iH-Beiecfftte Hroiii6. MKMOB ET FID15LIS. , THUR-DAY, JUNEi llth, l89d.

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DELEGATE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

DELEGATE POLICE COURT. A good deal of business waa trencacted at the Polica Coiu-b yqatorday. before a full bench, when a couple of treoDass cases were dealt with, but owing to one of our atal£ being ill wo were unable to attond. Wo hope to he ablo to obtain a full report for our next. Jones, tho South Australian faatboivlor will probably accopt an offer to qualify for Suqsox. Tho Chief Juotice of Victoria ic doubt* ful i£ ho sl'ould Riant Wm. Richardson a, divorce, as ho clJowed his wife (muBic hall singer) to take part in entertain ments whicli vorged on the indecont. A large eaglc-hav/lc, mcaouring 8ft. from tip to tip of wings, has been shot nocr Weefc Maitland. . On Friday night' last' two valuable racehorses belonging to Mr. Herbert Roa, wore stolen' from Diwio's Nowmorbot (Vic.) training otables* , Tho Burwood, Globe, Lanibton, Ivlinmi, and Wcratah Lodgeo have votod in pavoi- ? o£ asking for a conference with the vaino ownors on a bizaia of a tic del po*.' ton hewing mte. Mi\...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

The Australian Field in its numbers of Moy and June deals exhaustively with the subject of the 'extension of the penny inland post, and advocates the imposition of a half-penny postage on ' uev/spapers circulating ; outside .the ??. electorates In. whioh they ai'e published. The Field points out tho injustice to which country residents are subjected under the existing postal Gystom. Whilst residentd o£ Sydney have tho privilege of posting _li j tlieir lettors over tho wide metropolitan aroa at a penny rate, dwellera in the country have to pay a two-penny rate on all letters, even though they aro delivered within a. milo or two of where posted. The Postal officials oppose the adoption of tho penny postal system on the ground that it would entail a large decrease in the revenue. This contigency is provided against by the second part of tho proposal, that of charging postage on nowupapeia circulating outside tho electorate in which they aro published. Last year the number of newspapers...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

SHIPPING, Imports by Mr, Booth from the I6fch May ' to the 4th inst. : — Bdl tubs, 3 bdls, cs h'waro, cs glass, ca .rockery* cs tinware, Cs stationery, es b'powdor, 5 cs soap, esk rum, 7 cs candlea, cs vostas, 5 cs brandy, 2 bx tobacco, kfr lead, bdl ffutterincr. bdl d'pipe, bl paper, trs drapory, 0 dms oil, cs h'ware, cs tea, 2 cs b'powdor, cs starch, cb groceries, cs boots, sk o'meal, 11 oka salt, sk sago, sk rica, 5 cs milk, cs honey, 82 bgs sugarj cs r'port, 2 cs goneva., 2 cs ' schnapps, ~- cs whisky, 40 qr ska flour, 1] sks saltj 32 bgs sugar, trs, cs oyrup, 3 cs . soap, cs brandy, cs treacle, 2 cs schnapps, 2 cs gin, cs wineo, bl, 3 bxo tobacco, cb treacle, 2 cs groceiies, 2 cs biscuits, pkgei paper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

/.LADIES' SAFEGUARD (RxOISTEBED). -' 4lT ADIES!? FBENCEt SAFETY PILLS ?'* v -jLJ are tho qni keafc, Surest, and boot modi xjioe for reatonwji Engulanty, no matter -,7hy ?of how long delayed. They NEVER fail! ;-'*?'?' ?''''''? Tako ho othoro ! Bos, Dent freo from ObEorva ' tion, 7/6, Estra Strong, 20/. (Ronrs.ntocd Al ) .; ^ AddtteasPBQFESSOEHAUTL-ONT.E.M.D ,' - i Victoria-orroot, North Melbourne r' i CJJJ' All Letteud Burned. ' - ?FITZGERALD BROS. -ENORMOUS ' , ' - COMBINED SHOWS. ?- '.- , ' - Location, Opposifco Bailrcay-Gtation, Sydney. v- , __ Every Evening, end Wednesday end Saturday Aftonioonoi Pwcaat 4d, 8a, 2o, end ono chilling. , t -? ' Ailmemts PccmMbf 4© Women. T^TATDEE has provided hor own Natural ^ - * $ -LnI Be__-die3 for tho many nilmento tho ' \ - human family aro oubjectsd to— which have v been carefully and okilfully compounded 1 ' into tho MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES ' ' by Phofessor HENEY TVATEBHOUSE— who gives hio Knowledge) cad Advico Fbke of Chaeoe to all uainfj t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

H- \ '^'; ;4^- 3^w^^^^;. '^^: *^° -General Public % ' ?? ???^'?!-^y^Si'^S^i'' -that is has purchased a U'- ? :?'! ? v l^fejp^?^^' - Ia??e stock oE IRONKON- 1;;. Aj^-^is,^^^ .GERY, comprising— Pioks, *![?': h'^'-'^iy-;;^^^^^ Doable and Singlo Mat-. ;iV . ^J^&M;*, W&mi&k tocks, Hobs, Axee, Plough j:. £;;V^&f§l|i :#;8§|Iifi Wheels and Shores, Mould »;i ? i?fi.-*: -f^^^?^*!^l -? Boards, and Solo Plates, &y ;, 'y^aggonand'Buggy Bosea, Buggy Poles and K : ?S -;: Shafts; complete with mountings, and ia now i- ' ;; :?' ' '.prepared tbeseoute ALL ORDERS entrusted !?? !.?'? ./'? to his caro on tho Shoktest Notice. !y ''.'? ^;y'.:' All Refaiks to Vehicles a Speciahtt. f,; - ; ;' ? One trial will convince you that ?'?;.' ';v.;-'-;v ?:'''. ?;,-' IoZZoE'* ? , V - £ , .-v-::;; ; , 'ittiall branches of the Trade. -?? £;'' &S/V;', ; ESTABLISHED 1879. '. , . fW i%if '}Sf S^;=pi-ize. hOese-shoer^ .;-'.;;_V :- ^v;:.^ip;ss^^-;:;:i;,';r :-??..?? ??.-. . ? ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

The progress during 1895 of tho oldest American Life Insurance Office, the Mutual Life of New York, beats its own previous' record. The advance of the1 Company will be appreciated whon it is known that of 29 Life Iuauranco Compai iee doin-r tho principal work in this lino in tho United Stutea, the Mutual Life of New York obtained now business, 'paid for' in 1895 oqual to one-fifth of the now inmurmee ' issued' by theao Offices. It held one-fifth' of 'all the Insuianee in 'oice'.imd of-all tho asseto accumulated J and it received onefifth. of all tho annual incomes. — Advt,

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Fun and Fancy BER COMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

Fun and Fancy. l-EK COMPOSITION. A little coloured girl was called upon at school id write a sentence on thu blackboard containing tho word delight. This is. what she Wrote : ' Where was ?Moae_ ivhon delight went out P' ' ' ABOUT CAT8J , : ;? 'It is said thafia- rdnri caD becomo : mud because of the bite of a cat.' Wo have known a man to become mad by simply hearing a cat complaining about something, in alliglv tone of voice, about midnight. . : IX r-A'lLEIJ. Kitty—' I tliougL.4 I -tfoulS givo Jack Forda hint that it was getting late, bo I ordered in tho co££eo at' 10 o'clock;' Bessie— 'And of courea ho went as eopn-. as he had drunk it ?' Kitty — 'No, he said i£madb him .eo1 walceful that ho felt as if ho 'could- sit up all night.' THE EVIDENCE,- ^ ? A Chinaman is speaking to himself as ho irons a shirt. Picks up. shirtf showing-' evidence of being well cared for, and says: 'Bachelor. Him landlady fix him.' Pick's up another, buttonleso and all frayed at tho neck and wriats, _,fcid...

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