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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

. CHAPTER XIII. . ' Ellen WYNNE very soon;discovered that the altered.circumstances of'their life had bad ft decidodly^eneftcial" effect' upon her uncle a* Gwyuru}Mu,,.Tbe old gentleman experienced, lor .tlio wsfc time for 'several-* years,- the happiness ofhaving something to do, and sv$Bvc{rosequenJiy enabled Jto shake foff the .dyspbpsiii,*' irritability;" abd annoyance of small worrioB. wbich had been the bane of j his life sipce his retirement from business. It is the eustpm, in that still primitive' part of the country, for the landowners; how ever efficient moy bo their stewards und j bailiffs," to superintend . their properties in person; and altliiougli' Mr. Womorsley had not much experience in agricultural matters, yet his-business' habits were so Excellent, that he soon mastered the necessary elemen tary detail, and tpok groat delight in inspect ing the progress, of alterations andimprpyf mentB" Vliich'were being carried out'on the estate., .Moreover, the combined, effect...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

THE AND THE Imperial BeTerages, LONG MAY THEY LIVE ! IN" order to do honor to our Royal Visitors, the IMPERIAL PRINCE shall DISPOSE of the IMPERIAL BEVERAGES at a CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION, FOR A SHORT TIME. And it is to be hoped that all objections shall be laid aside to do justice to the worthy occasion in the judicious enjoyment of the Imperial Beverages, for which the Imperial Prinee will be most grateful. To be had OMXY at the CORNER OE JlWlllfllll WESBSM CITY OF THE SOUTH. Wanted at Once, A STRONG BOY to attend Plumbor. BRAMBLE & SON, next Argus Office, Bolmore-squaro. Wanted, A GOOD COOK for camp, Wages 80/- por week. A steady and experienced tana re quired. Apply at oaoe at tbo Gump, Tiranna, to A, P. WATSON, Railway Surveyor. in To 'liS' I«et, SIX-ROOM COTTAGE (largo Garden and Taok)atIFlELD; possession on MONDAY. [ JOHN O'BRIEN, Imperial Hotel. Wanted to Rent, ITU or without Right of Purchase, t r in tbo Gunning Distriot, a MOUSES, with a considcrablo arm of LAND ATTA...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Sauthern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

PUBLISHED EYEKT. MOENINO Truth,"ovor lovely, alnce tlio world b«gan, .Xh'e foo of tyrants and the friend at . mm.-Campbell, GOULBITRN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 3.) The rata at \yhioh the >publio lands of the colooy have been alienated, especially during the^lQStfive or, six^ years, is altpgether in exoeBS,of,tlie legitimate demand for purposes of settlement; and is calculated to excite the unpleasant apprehension that in a compara tively short spaoe of time all the choioe lands will have pasBed out of the public keeping into the .hands of a few speculators, If the alienation ofi these lands were promoting bom fide settlement, or effecting an,equitable (distribution,' of.' land among the colonists, tli'ere Would not be so much ground for alarta ai- to' futuro results;; but, ovon. then, too rapid alienation is to be depreoatod. Land ii the capital of the colooy, and a sufficient portion? should. be retained in the publio possession, for the purpose of raising reven...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. LONDON, July 30. Notwithstanding the victories gained by the French at Tunis, the insurgents are de termined to resist French authority to the utmost, and are gathering in large numbers for that purpose. Anti-Jewish feeling still prevails on the part of certain olassos of people in Russia and Germany, and in both countries there have been renewed riots occasioned by the persecutions to which the Jews have been subjected. M. Hartman, who is said to have been concerned in one of the attempts to destroy the life of the late Alexander II., is now at New York. Considerable excitement has been occa sioned at Glasgow by the discovery of a quantity of dynamile in a workshop. The explosive was l'onnd uuder circumstances which leave litlle doubt that the dssiruction of the building was intended by those who placed it there. Friuoo Bismarok has quite reoovered from his recent illaess. FearB, however, are entertained for bis safety, as the Socialists have threatened him with a ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Road Goulburn to Rosylin. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL^NlWiT Road Goulburn to Rosylin. The following communication to Mr. Myers, M.L.A/, ba'B been banded to us for publication : - " Department of Public Works, officio of oommiss oner and engineer for roads, Sydney, 25th July, 1881.--Sir, Referring to the petition presented, by you for the olearing ofandconstruotion of culverts on a portion of the road, Goul Loaf Hill, I have the honour to inform you that the local officer reports' .as under, viz. :--The avnilable money on the road is being reserved for construction of, works in Campbell's Inns which is the worst portion of the. road. A commencument will bo made as soon as the di'vituion now surveyed and proolaimed is opened. Any urgent works'at the, Eosylin. end will be attended to, but the greater trofflo at the Goulburn end - will not" justify alarge portion of tho vote being ox ponded in other places.--I;have the honor to bo, sir,);your obedient servant, F., T^ells, acting Com missioner forroads." , . burn to

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

LONDON. Sunday. Midlist Pasha has been exiled to the Island of Bhodes in the Mediterranean Sea. The Irish land league pressure has been brought to bear on English farmers. Cer tain emissaries of the league have threatnnod to shoot some farmers in Bedfordshire if they pay the rent. A hand of Italian explorers have passed through Egypt and crossed the African Contiueut on a colonising expedition to Guinna. Ayoub Khan's victory over the Ameor'a troopB iB most complete There, is now no hope of Abdul Rahman retaining the sovei'dignty of African t^rritoiy.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Inquest on a Child at Laggan. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

Inquest on a Child at Lasrgan. On last Saturday. Mr.. Maraden, one of the oorollers for the distriot, hold an inquest at Laggan on a female ohild, aged 13 dnya. The evidence of the mother, Mary Ann Whip,'1 showed that the dooea^ed.-infant h>d been healthy-' from birth* till- a few^j&ayis; b'e^" foro her death at that time she caught cold, but no dan/?or was apprehended from the (syaptoaiB till Thursday night, whea,sho\bfl- - came veiy ill, and i urncd blaik in the face, having nlsuKreiit difficulty in breathing ; elm refused food, but tuuk her mother's breast tnilk, and was given about two drops of what the mother supposed to b* laudanum ; everything was done which it w«s tlnught would relievo the child, but she died about noon on Friday. The evidence of Elizabeth Law, who had attended both the mother and the child, was also taken, and it went to corroborate portion of tlio mother's evi dence. Dr. Gentle then deposed that he had examined the body of deceased, and found th...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

YASS. MONDAY EVENING. The foot-ball match-Yass versus Bur wood-came off to-day, and was won by Burwood. In the first balf-time call Yasa got a kouI (splendidly played by R, CJ. Macintosh) ogainst one try-down of Bur wood. In the secoud half-time Burwood got one goal (made by Dawson) and two touch downs. Both sides played splendidly. There were about 300 persons on the ground, half of whom were ladies. Godfrey got crippled in the second half-time.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

Oddfellowship. On last Saturday, a contingent of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows from Goul buro, established a branch of their Order at Tarago. The number of members enrolled was thirteen, and the Society considers that circumstance as an encouraging commence ment. The new lodge was opened at Mr. Phelps' Inn, Tarago, by Brothers Wilkie, D.GhM., and Fuller C.S., and the following appointments were made Brother A. Phelps to beN.G-. and president; Brother T. Shiel to be V.G.; and Brother John Beer, junior, secretary. Dr. Carroll was also appointed as medical officer to the lodge.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FJIOM GltKWLMS's TELUGUAXr COMPANY.] SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. MH. POWELL, the new Collector of Customs, commenced bis duty this morning. At the inquest held on the child, White, run over and killed by the omnibus ou Srtturday, a verdict oi accidental death was returned. TJISOD, the driver, wnsdiacbarged: While Mr. Black, Mayor of ELiaraa, was toaching in the WeBleyan Sabbath School yesterduy, his book was seen to drop from bis hand, and immediately bfter he foil down iu an apoplectic fit. He never recovered consciousness, and died early this mowing. The Government medical officer states that a you op man named Parks, residing at \ Alexandria, is Buffering from small-pox, .and the place has been quarantined. > J> Great preparations are being made for the demonstration to-morrow at the laying of the foundation-stone for the statue of Queen Victoria. The Publio school children and otherB are to be brought by special train aud steamers from the suburbs as far as C...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

Rifle Shooting1. On Saturday last, at the butts, the final competition amongst members of the Goul burn Volunteer Rifle Association, took place, which resulted in Private Kingston winning first prize, a valuable book, entitled " Tbe First Oenturjr," and Sergeant Sherring second prize, a gold ring. Private Town send scored 32 out of a possible 35 at 500 yards. Thirty-eight competed. The shoot ing was seven shots eaob at 300, 400, 500, and 600 yards. The following also obtained money prizes; Point! *00 400 £00 COO Total allowed, yds, ydi. yds. ydi. Private Kingston 10 IB 20 21 20 - 102 Sergeant aliening O 18 28 26 25 - 97 Lance-corporal Fowler JO 21 21 2Z 21 - ST Corporal Bushell 19 15 25 20 19 - 94 Private Townaend 0 18 20 92 17 - £53 " Dailey 19 12 28 20 19 -* OJ " Coomber 10 18 28 19 18 - 92 " Tighe 2? 13 Iff 18 14 - 91 " Cansidy 17 22 21 17 12 - 89 " S. Nelion 19 14 16 19 20 - 88 " Nelison 16 15 21 22 . 14 - S8 Sergeant Morrli 10 8 28 30 9 - 86 Lieutenant Nolan 14 17 20 SO 11 - 82...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ST. AUGUSTINE'S A.H.C. GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

YASS NEWS. (FROM OUB CORUESPOHDBHT.) ST. AUGUSTINE'S A.H.O. GUILD. THE half-yearly meeting of the members of St. Augustine's A.H.C. Guild was held im mediately after Mass on Sunday last. There was a fair atteadaace of members, and i be warden (Mr. J. B. Campbell) occu pied the chair. - After transacting some ordinary business and receiving new members, the warden called upon the secretary, who read the fol lowing-report J "Rev.Chaplain, Mr. Warden, and Brethren, -In preseutiog their seventeenth half-yearly report for your consideration, your Council have much pleasure in recording the steady progress and usefulness of your Society. The members are fairly punctual in paying in tbeir subscriptions and thus keeping themselves good on the books.^ Every in dividual member should do his utmost to increase the number of members in ^the Society, and there are many who would join I if the advantages were only pointed out to them. Eight new members have been ad mitted during the past half-yea...

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MASS WILL BF CELEBRATED AT— GOULBUBN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

MASS WILL BF, CELEBRATED AT GOULBUBN DIBTBIOT, SUNDAY. August 7.-Grabben Gullcn - Spring Valley Broadalbane. ' CONFIRMATION. Wftggn Wagga ........ August 28 Hay September 4: Deuiliquln September 11 t Albury September 18 ."* Adelong .. ..September 25 Tomtit ................October 2 ?-i; -Temora Ootober 10 Grenfell Ootober 14 Go'olag'ong October 16 B.iirrowa ..October 23 Frograore,, ..Ootober 25 Yass October 80 Bless Presbytery Ten Mile, September 21 Bless Chtircb at Temora, October 9 Bless Church at Goolagong, October 16, YASS MISSION, Gundaroo, Sunday, August 7,

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

IJ3OE0LD WEISSBKKGEJi. E0TAL 3f$S& A0THOEITT MANTt7ACTIJRER OF CIGARS, And ilie Original TPofoaeeonlsfc in Goulburn IS THANKFUL (o the Public for llm last Hvh year's I'utronoiie. L.W. is oontimiiily Iciiepinn ih« Bout Imported Qllililics of American Prusncd Tobaccocs from 4c. par lb, i Out Tobacco, Loaf nud Nogroboad, from 3s Gd. per lb; Home Pressed Tobaccoes, from 2s. Gd. per lb. Ainericftu Stalk Suuffs, plain And sceuted, Gd. ptr ounce. Imported and Home-made (from imported leaf) Cigars, from 10s. (id. per 100. Real;Meerchaum Pipes, plain and onrvad, [from 4t.,to 45e. each. Imitation ;Meercliaum, plain and carved, at loir fricos. TVigzel Sour Cherry, Briar, Myall, and Rost root Pipes. amber andhornbits, plain and carted, from 6d. to,Gs. each. 1 A Variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipos, ld.'to Cd. each. And au Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to mention. Both give a call; and a trial solicited. ' Wholesale and; Retail for CASH. K&p 46 the holida...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

"W EEICI/Y- CALENDAR. Day of Week. Bvjudax. ... Monday ... Tuosdny , Wednesday. Thursday,.. Friday.i.. . Saturday... Day ot Month. Jiily 31 Aug. 1 2 8 "'4 ? 6 6 Sun rlaei, li. m. C 65 6 Si 6 53 - 6 52 6 61 ' 6 60 6 60 Burnett, h. m. 5 IS 5 18 5 IS) 5 20 5 21 6 21 5 22 i MOON'S PHASE. First Quarter, August 3rd, 2,4? p.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

. rvr COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Saturday. At the railway station, Darling Harbour, during the week there has been a moderate supply of forage and produce forward from the various districts oil the Western end Southern lines. The market was well attended, and prime Bamples of bay realised fair rates; oaten hay,, in bales, sold from 4/- to 5/1; in truaa, 3/6 to 4/8 ; in bundles, 3/6 to 6/5 per OT^t; lucerne bay, in truss,, 2/6 to 3/5 per cwt; straw, good clean samples, in bale 2/4 to"3/ ; in bundle 2/6 to 2/10 per cwt; oaten chaff, in bags, 4/10 per owt, bags included j do, in bales, 4/3 to 4/11 ; mixed chaff, in bales 3/5 to 3/10,; wheaten do, 4/5 per owt; oaten and straw chaff, in bales, 4/2 to 4/8; wheaten and oaten cbaff, 4/2; cut straw, in bales, 2/5 to 3/- per owt; wheaten hay, in bundles, 3/4, and in sheaves 2/10 per owt; wheaten and oaten, in bundles, 3/7 to 4/5; in bales, 3/8 to 5/-. per owt; oaton sheaves, 3/41 tti 4/1oaten straw, in bundles, 3/2; rye straw, in bundl...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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BANQUET TO MR. CHAS.HORN. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

BANQUET TO MR, OHAS- HORN. [rliOM A OOltllEBrONUENT.] ON Saturdoj' evening last ull the leading reBidisnts ol Binalong and district tendered a banquet to Mr, C. Horn, railway station master, on the occasion of bis removal from amongst ub to take charge of the moro important 6t#tion Naranderra. Mr. Horn who has beoa stationed here some five months has, during this short period of time, gained (lie confidence of all the inhabitants, and bis departure is deeply regretted ; it could not be allowed to take place without showing hiin the re-pout which he has gained, and which he justly deserved. Mr, John 0«rtor, of the Commercial Hot»l, was the caterer oo the occasion, nnd (he edibles and wines which he provided could not, I am sure, be surpassed in the metropolis. The chair was occupied by L, J. Dargan, Esq., J,P., and the vice-chair by J. R. OrBflgh, Esq, and I need scarcely say that both these gentlemen did every justice to their positions. After the inner man bad been thoroughly reple...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Meat Freezing.—Mr. Belcher at Young. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

Meat Freezing.-Mr. Belcher at Young. On lust Thursday a meeting WHS held in YouDg, for the purpose of hearing Mr. S. H. Belcher of Goulbum giving an explanation upon the subject of meat freezing;, and the cir cumstances of the establishment in Goulbum of a company for the purpose. Mr. Belcher delivered a long and highly explanatory address upon the advantages to bo derived by squatters and settlers who might beooms shareholders, and stated that it had been resolved by tbe promoters to send one of the company's directors to different grazing dis tricts, in order to induce squatters and formers to take shares in th« project, «nd otherwise co-operate wi'b the company. Mr. Belcher's explnnations vrnro favoura'ly received, ono gentleman, Mr. Marina, at onoe putting his name down for 100 Bhares; and it is expected that several persons in the Burrangong district will invest in the speculation. The progrets made so far by the Goulburn Meat-freezing Company is very encouraging, and it needs ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Drama. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

The Drama. Last evening Miss Clara Stephenson, after a lon^ absence, appeared before a crowded audience in the ball of' tbe Mechanics' Insti tute, and received a hearty welcome. The piece put on the boards was The Little De tective, in which Miss Stephenson assumed five distinct characters, and ber rendition of them drew forth loud applause from the audience. We. shnll give a mora extended notice of the performance in our issue of to morrow. .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 August 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then) and what'« tb« n«\T«V'-King John, The Chinese Question,-."Any cabbagee to-day?" , The Town and Country Journal will appear as a bi-weekly this month. Some of the physciaaB in attendaooe on President Garfield say that he cannot re eover. ' The proprietor of the Burrangong Chroni cle is dangerously ill. The residents of:Bowning have organised Sunday picnics. The ladies of North Yass intend to form a branch of the Irish Land League. The country around Goulburn does not look well. Rain is muoh required. The Europia, Italian man-of-war, is now anchored at Farm Cove. A banquet was given to Mr. C. Horn by the residents of Binalong, prior to his depar ture to Narandera. An oddfellows' lodge was opened at Mr. Phelp's Hotel, Tarago, on Saturday last. Thirteen persons presented themselves for initiation.: Clara Stephenson; received a good recep tion last night on her re-appearanee before a Goulburn audience after an absence of some years. The Queensland Freezing a...

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