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POETRY. WANTED A LEADER OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

'? ? - - P©ETR'¥T ''' ? WANTED' A LEADER OF MEN. :-W__tiaiS, ft light intho darlinoaa, ' a loader to' love and ppoy,^ A gmcjo throngh thoimstn find ahadowo, tnit ^ darken endanger tie way i From cottajro and lAdwdod ufcy, from moun tair, valloy and fon Goes tho cry 02 n _'tio_'o travail, ' Wontea a leader ot mon.' A leader tiublkidc J by p-ssioa, v/ith fcahnso nnbittorcd. by h^to, Not all for tho voica o? th3 people not all for tho ot..oS't1i of t_o Stato ; A heart wltl- a mud to Govern, a mind v/ith a hc'?fc -lo control, Not alv7Dyn forfeiting tho body, no? over for getting tho poul. Not' q man o2 old pasfcy o? faction, but a eeoloufl finite? oforcsdo, Not an, ©agino oil wordy vapour, but v. doc? Oi. ?worthy dosdo ; - Nofc'a'apea&er o£ voile, coditioa, brf, r guido N fortno q__jjr1i_2 mire, i Whddtowd through tbo valloy o2 1-Aor, crying 1 v 'room fos tho nilho-io *o p-~.j.' , „, Not 'a man of pncatly comp^ .102, civin-T I ,, alma at ohtrity'o dcor, ^ , 'Who sees through tbo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

RIFLE MATCH. A handicap rifle match, under the J»ro motorsbip o£ Mr« II, A. Watnoa, will bo shot oil at Craigie on the 27th inst. Ranges, 100s 200, and 250 ynvcla; First prize £4, with a prize of £1 for ths highest scorer at each individual rancre. Nominations, with past 2 years perform* ances, must bo in tho hands of 'the pro moter by the 21st inst. Pigeon sweeps will be -hot off during the day. A good day's sport should be the result

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

.DO YOU SUFFER -' f I from Liver complaint* - ' / . INDIGESTION, / '» ' CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, ' ' r/ FLATULENCE, ' ^ v Or any symptoms of a disordered iiges*- - J. l\ tive apparatus ? If eo, thoro is no ^ ^ remedy in the world ao safe and sure tti $ -fi give relief as Fletcher's Pills and *-Y '/ Clements Tonic, Don't bB misled into C i aV wasting time and money on any of the ,' V « AU-failiiig' noatrums so oncciously ,\ '. °, advertised by designing quacks and ,''-?? dishonest rogues. .Remember, those two ' '-?' romedios have stood the test of timo, that their merits are proved, and thntafew shillings invested ou. them' may nave you l weeks and monthc of suffering, and, per haps, pounds of expense, for thoy have , done so in hundreds , oil cases, mid we will send you evidence to prove our asser- ' tions on receipt of your name and address. l Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you noglect your cnoo the ^ complication incroaaos and a euro becomes [more difticult. Shu...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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BROWN'S CAMP AND SNODGRASS SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

BROWN'S CAMP AND SNODGRASS SCHOOLS. Mn. W. Pink, teacher at tho. half-'tiino schools at Snodgrass and Brown's Camp, has been granted leave of absdntie on account of ill-health. Mr. Pink has for some time past -been suffering froiil an attack of rheumatism, and tho pain anil annoyance became so unbearable that ho waa unable to continue his work, arid wired to the Education Department with : the result above stated; Tho abovemen tioned schools will, wo boliovo, now '' remain closed until alter the mid- winter holidays. Wd wiah Mr. Pink a apeody recovery.

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

Printsd and Tiubuohcd by J. PLowxaajiT and C, Dawioii at.tho, AaGirs.PrJntinjjOinco Dolef»at3,, ia the colony oj .Not. Soijtb Wales. ' ' - ,,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XXXII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

- ? ,ij ______ '\ Bt J_»s. Georche Sheldon. ' CHAPTER XXXII. (Continuod). Yesr he waa eadly changed. » When ba wont away he had been an , erect, finely-formed man, v/ith handtomo features and a clear, bright aye, waile ia the matter of dreso tohad_lv7ayo been a modol o£ noatneuo and good , taBte. But he had grown vory otout, and ho no longer carriod hia head V7ith the proud poiao of otltor daya. Hid face wao lironssed by o_ppD)'Ee and flushed by tho free uea ps! liquor, tho eoeat of -which Constanco hed caught while folded in his' embrace. Hio hah, v/hich he h^d alwoyo been ve^y particular to koep olosely OEoppod in tho latoat style, evi dently had _ot ogg_ cuo fof a longtime, and looked coareo aud noGloot^d. Ilio clothing wco of oho°r- tnatonal and illi fitting j hio ahf,ou Teio \jQ«-z and un pol^shocl. Could it 'ot possible that thia ^?aa Noel South^/orth, the foii_9i' brilliant am- 'of tho \7|pjld 1 tho riofc o£ cocioty, t_6 'cU_wi_g-xobxa o_qaisite I 'tha'-ay folio-wing Nool'o i...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

COMMERCIAL. i- Mn. MAnniMW reports having sold on account of Mr. James Walker, 149 ewes' and wethers, to Mr. C. Walcott, .ind 160 ewea and wethers to Mr. T. Armstrong at satisfactory prices.

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

RAINFALL. ' The rainfall at Lower ...Bend.c ..for., . thg. ^ past fortnight, as registered by Mr,- J. A- llenbleigh, la 343 points.

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

AUCTION /SALE. On Tuesday next Mr. Maddison will sub mit to' auction 300 acres c.p. land on tho Delegate-Bombala road, with cottage, &c, thereon, arid several town allotments.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE YELLOW STREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

THE YELLOW STREAK. . The tributors at the Yellow Streak put through 2 tons, one ton beiqg mullock, for the handsome return of Sozs 17dwts. Wo were shown a splendid specimen from the same mine, literally studded with gold, and the tributors state that the stone improves as depth is attained, so there is a prospect of this becoming a good property.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. FOOTBALL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

Local Intelligence. . /'.FOOTBALL MEETING. , There was only a moderate attendance at the adjourned meeting of the Delegate Football Club on Saturday evening. Mr. R. Reading was voted to the: chair. A motion was passed favorable to ordering a ball without delay, and the first prac tice' was fixed for Saturdav week. Mr. W. TomB was appointed secretary, and Mr. R. Martin practice captain. The meeting then closed.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Border Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

Bonier Mttlngs. ( [By EAMunr.n.] Civit, Sr.uvrcL retrenchment soema to bii the order of the dajv Tho l'remior of Now South Wales wants £2.;0,000 sa-vocl in the Civil Service Estimates, and Iks wants it done at once.- Aa to how it in done, or what happens to the retrenched Civil Servant^ he appears to have no compunctions and rio mis/jivi'riga. How clitYeront the views of political leaders in New South Walea to those of older coun tries. In England, for instance, it is: seldom that a man reaches the poaitiou of Prime Minister before he attains the1 age of 50 years. Quite right, too. He certainly had had the advantage of his long experience. Hero ago and experi ence are not considered when Commis sioners get their pruning knives in order, and many an able man io thrown out of employment simply because he has reached the ago of three score, the greater part of which time ho has faith fully served theiState. And the amount sought to bo saved by such wholesale retrenchment will be as a s...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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SERVICE OF WARDEN'S COURT SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

SERVICE OF 'WARDEN'S COURT SUM '???; MONSES. ? ? ?'??' A MiNEii who taken out a summons in a local warden's court against a person resident- iu Sydney ia obliged to eixeot service of it himself, ' or through an agent. This practice has been found by miners to be a hindrance to the asser tion of their legal claims, owing to1 tho difficulty experienced in effecting service and the expense of it. Mr. Sydney Smith, -with a view of remedying ; the evil,- hats approvod of the;' appointment of ono of the messengers attaohed to the Mines Department as a , bailiff of the oevoral AVarclen'o courts .throughout the colony* Sorvico on persons resident in tho motiopolia can thus bo effected through tho Mines Department.

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

News and Notes. Mr. T\ Duke, dentist, will remain in Delegate till Sunday. m Mr. Stone wisheu tD buy 200 platypus ekina at oNnce. ;Mr. Maddioon will hold an important land sale on Tuesday next. John Norton ouco more edits Sydney « Truth.' Half a dozen politicians aspire to lead the Opposition. ? . Yanitco Boodle in pure blended Vir ginian. — Advt. Nearly tvro thiida o£ the Opposition have their oyea on portfolios in the next administration, Mr. Copelond was once a Radical. He is now moderately conservative. ' My imagination is great, and further more, it io pure,' says Mr. Anderson, M.P. for Waterloo. Tho Labor party opposed the grant to Parkeo' orphans, yet they voted £15,000 to the erection of a monument to that dead Dutchman, Governor Phillip, It is said that Captain. 'WallinRton, the ex-privato secretary of several Governoro, ?will succeed Mr. Foaberry E3 Inspector* , General of Police. 's Fathor Curran, tho eminent geologist' does not think the Hanging Eock dia monds genuine. T...

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BENDOC COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

BEND0C COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. The business at the above Court' ';'oj_,- Saturday last was exceptionally r.;he'aVy,.. the Bench sitting until midnight^ ,' Wo . shall in oui: noxt issue have -oiiacthiag. to say with reference to the .''wretched rookery now doing duty as a Courthouse, and the necessity for the erection of a more suitable building, want of space preventing us from doing- so in the present. \

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

; r ' Criitent Topicsi f, V.:FnoM ourt Sydney CoimrisroNbENT; /'/???'/Tub Parliament of N.S.W. is struggling ' ' , under the load of three parties, and al though the Qovornraent have a substan - .' iial majority, haviug digested the Soli darities, tho triplo distribution of '- -trength tbrontens, sooner or later, to i ! 'c.ciuji «i tn iu j\x HOUg;i 8Cemi gly ;'! tolid, neither tho Ministerialists, tho ? ??? Oppositionist!), nor tbo Labor party, are ,' , unanimous among themselves. Tho de- I ,'.' bate on tho Parkeo grant gavo tho Pre ,-.' mier an opportunity to refer to tho. an tagonism of cortain Ministerials as ' con temptible,' » ctupid,'1 ' unreasonable,' and ' absurd.' Tho Oppositionists, too, are by no moans aa concreto as their . .. leader justly requires. Mr. Lyno has to - put up with the free c.iticism of his tactics from member's who aro too anxi ous to depose him in favor of themselvos, j while the less ambitious members of tli« i Opposition aro uncertain as to which 1 pol...

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

'Auctioneer's Notice. f'j Go So MADD1BON' 8? (LATE OP B0MBA.LA) ^ BESIRES to inform the Residents of '^ DELEGATE, and surrounding District. --H, that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS ' -~ sSLIF JDJSJLBG^lWJSf '' Oifico, Boi^bala Steeet (opposite Goodman's * ' Sfcoro) &3 an , ' AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, LAND — AND — GENERAL COMMISSION AGENCY. ALL BUSINESS relating to the LAND au-L INCOME TAIi. a specirlity. Agent for Lrio, Fire, end Accident Insure anco Compamoa, , Account Sales Promptly Reudfiied.,' m l'D-ENNETTA,\VGOD, (Established 18821, JJJ) Show Rooms, 397 George at., Sydney. Solo Agents 'New R&pid,' 'Rove?,' and -?' Hudson''. Cycles. Litost catalogue and Lists on application 6. onto in ovory town throughout. N.S.W. 1p)AEKEB'S AU-. I1 KALIAN HAIR PRE 'Ji- SEIUER. Under vico-rogi.l pi (ronugp.&ndturadoxten- oively at Government Homo. Tim excellent preparation is what its n»iio implios, c, Pee BxinvATivE, as it provonta tho hv ir from falling out, promotea growt...

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A Novel Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 11 June 1896

A Novel Wedding. W ^n'ofa«^ewhat novel wedd. ; \ TU* brfdo' wa^ Miss Adelaide S. John foSrfatTPtOr°.i: BOm° reP^o,whoha8 teeth of W W?'i?t0 tUe Prof°^ionin the . teeth offfreat di JlonlMno *i... ... . unaided she .arned heriivinl^dle; .- education m art by worldng a! a dress- : .= maker, and even af.6r she had succeeded H;, m saving enough to Opnn a studi,, eho .' ',.' was further hmderod by a fall from an . ^ eleva^r, whida caused hor many months !; of suffering.- . .' ; Her marriage with Mr. At g. Jenkina, ' a young Englishman, was carried out in. a decidedly » now' faohiom The guestn ' who received a simple invitation to an ' at homo' at tho ' White Nest,' her studio, were entertained by the reading of a poem, and then, while thd wedding chorus from LanuNGitiM was softly ? played, an unmistakable bridal paity entered the Btudio, consisting of the Rev. ' Cora Richmond, an American lady preacher, Miss Johnson, dressed in ortho dox whito satin, draped with pearl em broidered not, an...

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

mpiia© Storey ??' — ? — ' .' .'.;. ??? -.'''''''., — '? .-. *;' — ??'-'?? ? ' ?''''??? ???'?'?:'??-. .??-' '»';'? .;;?? ''?- G-TRTSTTnif? A T* ^hrfii^T?TPTrTnw'b'ii'ii3 \7J!lJLY JBJ Jn/JXll -; Q JL V^XvJillLjCjJlll^iLlXC. A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED StOCK OF Drapery; (Jrocery, ^onmc^ggipjr, ^ . ??; ? .:'??/?:? ? : TO . .CHOOS-E;.. TB.p.l^::'^j|;;.ii^-;-'' . bnly;'Mrstrclas^^Gi^ MiliSlIi^iiiiP:^:::^ HI ILilFF JrSllilSJ& Ai\m ab i I lUjSipP -PIANOS, /ojher / - 1 nnn^ft ' : '' - , GOOD ? v Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Our Prices are very low for strici ty farbt class Pianos for Prompt Cash or Time 1'aynieut. ????. ESTEY ORGANS 1 TtieBbst. To,,o and Most, Kel.nl.lc. ?/-.' From £7 upwards. ? BRASS BAND and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS as^^Ll2i^OjQ^.//I//w/7-£l)^y f he largest Piano Business id t ? ? J ^^--' ? Australia. THE DELEGATE ABGUS. ... Four Shillings, per Quarter iia Advance. PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. ? Advertisements at Bsasonafole Rates,

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

BENDOC. Mining at Bendoc and Clarkville is at a standstill, for want of carters. There   are about 100 tons of stone lying at the different mines waiting to be carted to the Perseverance battery, and although a good price has been offered teams can- not be obtained.

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