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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

{ \ Items of Sport. The Australians play in Paiia. The Australiano defeated Gloucester, 'by an innings and 91 runs. Cup weights will shortly he of eclips ing interest. , Bookmakers dread the intercolonial - i ' adoption of tho Tote. Crock cross-country rider Cox is bacu l in Melbourne from India. - Sydney bicycling- houses experience great difficulty in mooting tho demando. - Tho Rejected and Virago will shortly be asked to try their luck over the hurdles. 1 Two yearlings, one a Trenton — La Tosca and another a Carbine — Leda, ha^e been shipped from Melbourne for London by the steamer Thermopylte. The Australian cricketero ouuered a humiliating defeat in their match with the M.C.C. and Ground. Inthoirfirat innings they were all disposed of for 18 runs. A handicap riflo match for prices amounting to £7, at; ranges of 100, 200 and 300 yarda, vill bo shot off at Craigio on Saturday, 27th inot. Entries are due on the 24th. Sam Allen, bookmaker, had tho tem erity to cable hin congratulat...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Duties on Butter, Bacon and Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

' Duties ©h Batter, Bacon aed €5ieese. Otf Tuesday aftarnoon the MayoJ? proj sided over a meeting at tho Bega School of Arts, called by Requisition, for the purpose of petitioning the Government to retain the duties on butter, cheoao and ' bacon. The attendance numbered ovef Bisty. The chairman road the requisition ? convening tho meeting. s - - s \ Mr. F. T. Stennett, addressing tho meeting, thought there would not bo the least goad to ask the Government to re- - tain the duties on butter, oheess and '?'- bacon. The only light in which a reao* , lution passed by this meeting could have, any forco would be as a protost against' tho policy of the Govornment- and as such it should bo signed by every man on the eouth coast. It is an aot of Par- u liamont that the dnties are to come of£ at tho ond of this month, and it is not likely l that a resolution of this meeting is going l to overthrow tin act of Parliament. Mr. W. Ramsey moved, and Mr.: I)» McNaught seconded : ' That in the opin ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Gippsland Stock Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Gippsla_df^dcfej;lepi^||;|| MessMb. Besailly, MAcASTHta :._j5i-''JQpif';;;'''^''^ report. — » Fat Cattle ; Small yar^iagV' ' ,' ' -whioh Bold at about late rates. Our sales wero Mr, J, H. Banfein, cowa £3 to £3 8s, young oteers at £2 11s.. Mr. Ii*. a Bau diuot'a cov/a to £3 lls. Jfr'. H. Drier's hoifero to £2 5a, and outside 8 prime cows at £4, Store Cattle: Modoiate Bupply. Buyers tvore plentiful and every lino was cleared. We sold Mr. M. Carmody's Oiuco cowo, old and low in condition, at '2-la, calvoB at 83, heifera at 22b. For Mri F. C. Baudinot, 'cows and ' calve3 to £2 IO3, heifers, yoorlings, at , 19a. Mr. Alfred Eyansy Payneavillo, , , cowo ct £1 15d and £1 8s, calves at 6a* Mr. Dan Davis' Wy Yung steoro (yearl ings) cfc 14o Gd, cowa to £1 lltj,opringord at £1 15is, and other linea for variou$' * ownera ; and privately during tho weok 25 milch cor/o in £ull miUc at £3 per head. IIorto3. — A omall number for^ ward, mootly loccl lota, whidh sold at usual ratos. Sheop ! Demand e...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

MONEY ADVANCED PKEVATELT, WITHOUT DELAY. ?* INTEREST--4|, 5 and 6 per cent ol£l-0*000 AVAILABLE AT ONCE in large ond small amounto for ' - Station Property, Country Farms, or any good security Freeholds, or C.P. LandB. Banks and Building Securaties arranged with promptly. Only .Genuino Applicants are requested to apply. ? ? Money Advanced on Gold Mines, machinery erected thereon for interest in same, or purchased right out. No tangible security refusod. Write or call on r SWORN VALUATOR, APPOINTED. BY THE GOVERNMENT, 375 Crown Street, Suit? Hills, Sydney. Send Stamps for Reply., ' -' '?? -' New Seeds. Season 1896. Fruit frees, Roses and Seed Potatoes. -\ Jf_l0Hl_P ?__*?' GbASS Sebd8' R*e' ^^efcot. Prairie, etc. l#H'|-|i ^ .Cloves. Seeds, Red, White, Lucerne, etc Hi Km. ? _W C%' ' ^0M)HB Seeds, Tores, Barley, Oats, 'etc m f- ? * 7^ i^. Vegetable, Floweb Skeds, and Bdubs. Bk RELIABLE Wlite f°r Catalo^ne8- ?ri°ss, and Samples. ifSf^fc ' gaB P0* ^ew Pardoning Guide sent Posr Fuse. ?%F P...

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Land Court Delegate TUESDAY, 16TH JUNE. (Before the Local Land Board). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Land Conrfc HDelesr&te TUESDAY, 16th JUNE. (Before the Local Land Board). C.P. 95-15, 50 acres, end C.L. 05-7, 150 acres, Alexander Richardson ; o.p. and cL confirmed ; rent on c.l. 2d per acre. C.P. 05-16. 260 acrsB, and C.L. 95-8, 760 acres, Blecsly S. Wiiito ; confirmed } rent on c.L, 2d per acre. C.P. 95-18, 150a, and C.L. 95-10,450a, Charleo Robincon ; confirmed, c.l. for 420ia,ronfcl!d, . C.P. 95-22,'30a, and C.L. 95-14, 240o, Sarah A. Grovoo .; c.p. confirmed, Crown improvonjonto, £1 12s; c.L confirmed for 211ja, rent 2*d per aero. C.P. 95-2d ,'40-i, and . C.L.. 95-15i 120a, Samuel Cr£.w£.oz:d ; confirmed; rentonc.1. r fo£i\i perccra. ???. ? : .? ;?-?':,/?? ' ^,'/rC.P. 9(J»7. 40|a, John Dunn ; confirmed, Crown improvements £1 8s 1 Id. A.L. 96-12, 400a, . E. H. Stanfield. Adjourned to Bpmbals sittings on 19th inet. A.L. 06-13, 640a, John Jones. Ad journed to Bombala sittings on 19th instant. . ' ' ' A.L. 96-14, 180a, Donald Campbell, Recommended for 130 acres, rent 8d ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

This week is jj^culiarly erontful for people with incomeo of £200 and up waid6. Tiioy have leccived thoir notices to pay into the Treasury tho income ta.? for which special legislation haa mado them anBv?eiu,ble. It is safe to say that few people -will ho inoidinately plru 3ed with tho privilege. Citizens alwf j f bo grudgo tho Government an exti^ penny. ihoao. who would magnanimous] y deal with a neighbor or a follow man, v/ould exeicise extreme caution in dealings -with the State. This is human natiuo, The new experience oC direct taxation is thoio fore sure; to iaiso their ire and fill thorn with foolinga of displeasure. They -wilL naturally want to know the why and wherefore of tho now order of outlay, and on loflection they will discover that it is the voice _of the people expiesscd at tho la&t General Election which fivcu them an extu1 oppoitunity of paying out cash. Thoir financial position niey not have improved , they may, in fact, ho worso of£ than they weie lagt y...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Land for Closer Settlement Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Land for Closer Settlement Bill. The provisions briefly of thla bill, now before Parliament : — i 1. Authorioing tho purchase, acquisi tion. and resumption of hind to induce closer settlement ; regulating tho re disposal ; authorising agreements and ,, providing f undo. \. to be made for the purpose of purchase .:: or compensation ; provisions to bo drawn up under which, tho limd will bo sold ; plans to bo prepared. Particulars of ??; land acquired to bo laid before both houses of ? parliament ; af tor tho acquisi tion is ratified notification to bs in tho Gazette. 3. Tho Government may rasunio any land referred tour tho notification. 4. No land to be cold at a. losb rato than it coat tho Governruonl to acquire; if .let or leaued at not leno than 4 per cent, of the cost. ' 6, For tho purposoof providing funds for the acquisition of land tho treasurer may each financial year borrow in ouch manner as Parliament may approve, any Bom not exceeding £300,000 ; a3 sscurity for the money th...

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Local Intelligence. DELEGATE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

hQQ'J LjsioHisencc. DELEGATE .MATT.. Thi: tender of 3Ir. Thomas 2Ioran has ' boeu accepted for tho mail Bombala to Delegate at il.TO a yoar.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

^ General News. . — ^ ? -— ... A (JulJi Coinoidence.-^-Two bodies were by oliancd placed oido by side in tha' morguo a fow mornings ago, after hav-- ? ing been dincovotcd1 in differont parts of ' tho river. When their clothes woro ex-' amined there wore' cound in tho pockotfv of ono— a middle-agad man of 55 or GW — pap.ors identifying him as ' R. Hourv.' In tho pockets of tfca other — a girl of 20 —wore found tiaDoirs iflonf.ifvinr» Ui. (,o 'M. Hour..' It is not known whether: these companions in woo aro related. Illegally Branding Sheep. — William . Kilo, a selector at Wuiidawaddora. was chaigad at the Albury police court last wook under tho DicGasoa in Shcop Act, with illGgally branding sheep. The Act ? cots forth, that the eara of shcop must not bo cut other thanpufiotured'on either oido, aud ovidonco was submitted that tho defendant had cut half the eara off of 125 oloip, and in como cunaa nearl/ the whole of tho ear had been covered. ' The defendant pleaded that he had acted in...

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MARSUPIAL SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

MARSUPIAL SKINS. ^ Thi: following conugnmout of marsupial skina v/oio shipped bj jlv. Booth, of tho Fedoral Stoicc, cvi Ti eerily last : ? Kan- garoo, 70 ; wallaby, ^37 ; opossum — ' blacks 410, greys 30 j0 ; boar, 41,

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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

ElMESg M@U1S. ? ?The Pambula Voice pays :?— Some excite ment was caused last weok throughout thia district by the report, that a rich reef had been discovered on the range a little south of Wolumla township. jThe rumor as to the discovery of gold has proved to ba correct, but it ia premature yet to say whether or hot it will ba permanent; The find was made by Mr. C. Momsen, on the hill in front of his residence, and. about a mile in a eoutherly direction from Wolumla. Ho had been prospect ing in the locality for some time5 and found the reef a couple of weeks since, but managed to keep it quiet for a while. A. number of. people from Pambula and siBe^'here have visited the place during the week, and found that Mr. Momsen already had about two tons of stone -at grass. Tho reef! is quartz, about 2 feet wide, and the surface show is very good, fine gold being well distributsd through out the stone. It is on Crown land, but most if not all of tho available area has been taken up. It is s...

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HANDICAP RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

HANDICAP BIJ-'LE ilATCIL Intendin-q compotitoid for tho Craigie rifio match aie leiainded that Wednesday next is tho last day of uomiii ition. ^ Tho rangos aro 100, 200, and :500 yardo, and prices amounting 1o .£/ vill bo diatri- ' buted. The piomoter anticipj.to3 a bic: day ontho 27fc'u.

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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

THE TRANSVAAL. ?' Colonel F. Rhodes, Mr. Lionel Phillips, Mr. Georgo Farraz, and Mr. J. Hays Hammond, the Reform Committee leaders, havo paid the fine of £25,000 each, and have beon released. Colonel Rhodes refused to give the plodgo required that he would abstain from taking part in- politics, and has beon banished from the Transvaal, He goes to tho Cape. ??--.: . Mr. W. D. Davio (of the Karri Timber Company, a West Australian) and Mr. A. W. Sampson (mine manager,) tho two Eiemboro of tho Raform Committed who sofucsd to gafcition for olsmcncy, romain in pricon. The British South Africa Company ken decided to compQnrato tho miners on the Rand for tho loncaa tlioy liovo bgg tained tlirough. Dr. Jamecon'c raid into :tho territory, and tlio oubesquoat troub leo which it occasioned.

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VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

VICTORIAN GAZEtt'E NOTICES. Mining leates to bo granted at tho ox'- piration of one month. — \V. A. N. Chris tensen and another, the Clarkevillo G.M. Co. E\tonded, 17a 2r 8p, Claskville ; C. S.Banett, aOa, |Claikville. Transfer of mining l^a^o approved — C. Simpson and F. P. Smith to II. Copeland, leaso No. 144o, Mitchell River (Oibost) division.

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EXECUTIONS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

EXECUTIONS IN LONDON. Tee two os-convicta, Henry Fowlor and Albert Millsom, convioted of tho murder of Mr. Henry Smith, an elderly, gontle man, at Muswell Ledge, Nortla London, on tho 13tk Fobruasy^ and ' Willia-ni Ssa man, convicted of tho murder of Ms. John CS-osthncn Lovy and hio housokeopsr, Annie Sarah Gale, at. Turner-afcrcot, Whitschaual. woro osccutedin London on Tuesday last. The woman Annie Dyer, who was con victsd of the murder o£ a number of in fanta who had baon entrusted to her care, and whoso bodies woro found in tho Thames, near Reading and olG3whore, was esecutsd on Wednesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

LADIES' SAFEGUARD ] i ' (Eeoisteeed). ' i - .. , ? ' ~JT ADIE3 ! ! FRENCH SAFETY PILL , ', , ' JB-i are the qniukoat, Surest, ond boat mod - i f , r cine for restoring Regularity, no matter wh \ ?? or how long delayed. Thoy NEVEE fail I'rt, ','' Take no others ! Box, rent frpo from Observt \''V* ' tion, 7/6, Extra Strong, 20/ (guurantOHd Al . ^ „ ^ AddtCBBrPEOPESSOEHAUTMONT, R.M.I i t Yictorin-otreer, North Melbourne. i ' r - , IS2T All Lettfes BuiiNrD -'? V_'' \ FITZGERALD BEOS. ENORMOUS ,-''.'', - COMBINED SHOWS. \ r lir v ', Location, Opposite Eailway-atation, Sydnej 'I*' ?£ Evory Evening, and Wednesday and „ ' ( ' C Saturday Afternoons. ?' I i rt Prices: 4a, 3s, 2b, and one chilling. i '( * . ' Ailments Peculiar to Women i- , v -J&TATURE has provided her own Natura , ' ( '?- X^l Bemedies for tho many oilmonto thi ? ' '-? . human family are Qubjeoted to— which hav- V ' ' been oaretulJy end Bkil/ully componndot .' ' ,'. *? intothe I ;, -, MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES A: '' -by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

if V, ^||^pH^^:'v::1:'; S- . ??^???.??'??..;'£:'./.'1%T|TiaHE8tono«»fhii &-' ' Tfc 0Jt' 'T many Cu8'-oiaera, L' ' ' Brfbfm&r'-- *nd''the General Public, (!?.- ? ^pj^i::' thafrhehaa purchased a r' djT^TiE/ largo Btook oflRONMONr %'? B«_fl_4»^ GBEY.compriBinR— Picks, &.' ^y-lM5^^-' Double -and Single Mat f*' MOffflM tockB.Hoea. Axes, Plough, Hi ' IP? ^ 3|l_Q.iWBeeiB and Shares. Mould fcv. ^y^gtg^go^da and Sole Platoa, p Wa$r_*nina Sn^'Boxes, Buggy PoleB and h Shafts eoniplete with mountings, and is now t ' Pre_»area to execute ALL ORDERS entrusted V- to hia care.6n.the Short ebt Notice. :? Ait.' EEP1IB8 TO VEHICLES A SPECIALITY. ', ? One trial Trill convince you that ::. in all bronchoo o£ tho Trade. i,- ? ''' ESTABLISHED 1879. £?:?' DELEQ&'FIS SMITHY, ! Robert Watling, :. ? PRIZE HORSE-SHOER ... . ? and ';.,;'? -.. General Blacksmith, ' ... -&%TBX&% veturninj thanks for the liberal ?V ? ' ^i/\ '-''patronage accorded him in tho past, fe....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

. ???'??'??T-H INKING .,]tf:iW'b S , / i ' - -Have wrought wonders in the manufacture of; ' .',.;-'?'.;?? ..-boots AND^s'fl'b;rB.,s'':- ,'. |''1/ ^ The f Brand ' ' jj Is ahead of all others Offered for Sale. C * r » — — =? ji M. GOODMAN, SOLE AGEXT FOK DELEG VTE ?v- , ? . ? _ — : !&, * ? SEE THEY fif^-^-V^V THE FAIR WEAR -?'? . cATlE BRANDED I ' I » I'' 1 J ' IS GUARANTEED. j. ' MANUFACTURED BY [? BKTOCH TAYLOR & CO., | . 22 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. (WHOLESALE ONLY.} f ? ? IS'' STAR OF DELEGATE 'LODGE, ? . aU^P' ip QTJABTEBLY MEETING, THE QUARTERLY MEETING of tho ' above' will bo hold at; tho Lodfjo Eoom HH' on SATURDAY, £7th JUNE, at 7.G0 p.n. f||||? Fineafornon-attendsncD-rcill La enforce J. ffi m F. CliAV/FOED, » 1 ? !=2L \ Wm fpHE Fndqrnignod will rcccivo PRODUCE \ iHH.'1 at ^^linfjton'D Eooras, Dolc;;ato, on i' B Friday amd Saturday c MBp C°' eaah -west. Highest CASH Piico f-iven. S 1^ ! ? V.g.STOMS. I flm - T© LET, I HHi A s-l0EB' with FITTINGS, adjoining P I l^TC ...

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Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

vFisn and Fancy. ' I vif-it Nice e\ory \env,' said She. ' Are jour alays long v asKod Ho. ' ihuta nonoof jour bubinpsg, sir. I thought you wore a gontlornan.' AT UHAVUN's OATH. ' &t. Petor— Your iciidenco and business,' pleaee. Applicant— I condensed and wroto for a journal. St. Peter— Step on tho elevator, plnafiP. Applicant hastily got3 on and then asks eagorly— How soon does ifc frO up i- St. Peter (sovoroly)— Ifc doesn't go up, it goes down. Slides down. HOUSE SERVANTS. Mistress : Mary, go to tho door at once. ' l Some one has lmocked three or four times.— Oh, it's aliight, mum. It's only the young feller as is mashed on Miss -'? Maud. Yer 'needn't be afraid of his goin' away in a hurry. JHE OLD MAN KICKED. Mother— You want to tell that young man of yours that ho has to hurry up V'; that wedding. Daughter — But, mother, wlmfc in ihar-c to hurry up f Why not wait a month or soP Mother— Tho truth is, Clara, ho comes to tea overy few days. I don't mind that so much, but for...

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Cable Items. FROM THE DAILIES. ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 18 June 1896

Cable Items. FROM THE DAILIES. ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. Miss May GonE, a young actress, brought an action ogaiust Viacount Sudley, only son ani heir of tho Earl of Arran, to recover £15,000 ao damages for breach of proniico of marriage. Tho jury roturnod a verdict; for the dofondant, who agrcad to uottle £3000 upon tho plaintiff.

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