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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) NATAL, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 3 August 1881
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald,') NATAL, Julv 20. Telegrams from Pretoria report that tho negotiutions between tho British and Bosr Commissioners, in which a hitch occurred, owiug to the verdict of not guilty found at tho trial of the murderprs of Captain Elliot, have again been resumed. There is good reason to believe that a definite settlement of the terms of peace is imminent, and a convention, will probably be signed in a few days which secures the British Government the right of the passage of Boglish troops through any part of the Transvaal. The duties of the Resident, appointed under the treaty, are similar to those of (ho Consul General, nnd tho control of foreign relations with the Boors has'been further vested in this officer. News from Znluland states that a claimant for the sole chieftainship has now come forward, and is endeavouring to des troy the arrangement come to at the con clusion of the late war, whereby the country wns subdivided into four districts, e...
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 3 August 1881
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES; V , Braidwood.-James Partington, 40 acres, Fairy Meadow'. . Burrowa.-G. E. Horton, 40 acies, Bnr nntt; oxouulox'a of iIih lata Henry Urtiwn, JJGO acre's, Illalong ; J. Conway, 100 acres, Binalong; W, Martin, 120 acme, Cnrnba_ murra ; T. Apps, 40- acres, Rugby ; E, A. Oooney, 60 acres, Birrema, Cooinn.-Frederick Blnxland, 240 acres, Coolrin'gdon ; Alexander Montague, GO acres, Dangolonff; James Kelly, 40 acre*, Adarn innby ; Alfred Reed, 80 acres, G&lt;illaghan ; Matthew O'Neill, 100 acres, Buckendurra ; Jameg A(Mi6w, 600 acres, Biinyan ;-William . Evans, 200 acres, Bullerabalonff ; Edwin Hayden Litchfield, 100 acres, The Brothers ; Commercial iBank, 100 acros, . Mafl'ra Edward William Rowe, 40 acres, Bullemba lbng; Fi'fideriek King, 50 urrew, Uraaralla ; George King, 150 acres, Unfloo; Elizabeth Crisp, 239,abres, Ma tone; Arthur Woollett' Pattrick, 40 acres, Bullembalong; Henry Ellis, 60 aorea, Backalum ;, Robert Scott, 40, acres, Warn brook; William, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 3 August 1881
.f," 'THE1-1 ,Mi . ;:rJ'4^^iOEvdNE: PENNY;: vTiin--LAnonsT" W0iiKsii0P~0P;TttB-D0»T' xs- tii® Livbk,. wlioau oflioo is to (;vitlidrnw.tlio ,bilt]^from tho bloodi > sWI»on>'this impqrtftiit,,orgnn,'t.dbiiij not ool, tlio eldn, nsBiimos ayyollow npponianciv. nnd: , gouornlly n siok. hondndlio sata in,.with chllhv sun- I I 88tldi)»i'nn(i coltMmiids nu'd foot, nGfeompnptod,.vrith' 1 i Ibis of hppotito..-'v Tho systomVbocoin'uH clogBod. thu machinery doW'not/work woll1, iind hotli' inlntl Mid liotly , aro (HsnVdor.e'd, tho^nflllotod btfaomitig cross end: frotful, .finding' fault with, ovorjjtliing, arouud.; .tltomi'4>Tojj»iiy^perion:itn'.thl»flo«>ndlti«.n>».D.r.',sP.i.' jAyno'siSnnatlvo^Pills aro ^rooommo^ndod | ;by/tboir ;| ' sUmulntjngrnct'imr(':,tIjo7lliWr;.^sooa;Jrqbqvers rjts, liinlthy'itono.ianil is b'nnblod to 'porform'jitB^propor,? ALBjSRT a. ilANDERS AND CO., (Late GRANT, Mandkds, & Giukt), Press, Telegraphic, Advertising, and Commission Agency, 91. LITTLE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
Wauled to IBewi, TXTITIl or without Right of Puixliaso, unillUj VV in the Gunning District; 'a ra filra HOUSE, with a considerable aroa of LAND ATT AO U KD. Addre*8,' with particular*, to :Wm. H. CHRISTIE,.. Surveyor, P.O., Gunning., IF© : XIETF,. A" SIX-ROOM COT'l'AGK (Inrgo Gaidati and, Xaukj nt IF1ELD 5 possession on MONDAY. JOHN O'BRIEN, Imperial Hotel. wmmm: ..TO. BE MA,® AFTER THE ARRIVAL ,, , ©£! TIMS MternooBa'S 'Train, 1 At. MOWBRAY'S. .:? T . T" T . TBM" TMM MOGUL MIXTURE, 2s. per lb., TO BE 'HAD ©MJLY ; AT . McENCROE'S. .W-^CSCSZISTAMOJM:. GULLEN-GU11RUNDAH. SATURDAY, 6TH AUGUST. m. umm « DR. TMLOR "TTTILL VACCINATE, FR13B OF CHARGE; VV and may also bo consultod from hulf-pnst 1 a.m. till h/ilf-punt l&lt;at thn Oullon.Inn...... : . GOVERNMENT VACCINATION. '-3D r.^ftentle .? or, lvDSEort on. ILLVACCINATE at LA WLISS'S HOTEL, '.GtVntiiiigHon 'FRIDAY, GTn INSTANT, fri.in lO a'ihv. tii'l furi," : Ei'agKUM-On: FRIDAY, 12te INSTANT, nt MoOOllM A QIC'S, from' 101 t(i 11 ...
ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
ELECTORAL ROLLS. Tim following is a return slio'vh'bg (lie num ber of electors on the roll for each oleotorol district, in New Soiriu Wiiies for 1881-82 : Enctfixal District, ICo of Electors , 1. Alburv . ? 1*284 2, ArgyJo 2S19 8. li-lraiin , . 8859 4. Kali an aid , 8404, 5. Bat hum . , 1445- , 6. The Boiran ' ' ,,,, . 3260 7. boorowft ...» J353 8. Kmirke .... 3494 0. Braid wood .... 1610 10. (Jamdea .... 863? 11. CanUrbury 6701 12. Oareosr .... 2089 V J3, The O.'flrenco 1721 14. Odutial Cumberland ' '3597 '. 15. Durham .... 1431 10. Eden 2005 17. Forbes .... 2017 18. Tim Glebe ..,, 2147 J9, Glsn Inoos 1677 21). Gloncetter .... 1678 21. Goulburn .... 1596 22. Graiton ..., J&18 23. Greiifell .... 1010 24. Gumlngai 1805 25. Ouu'ioiiali ' jjjgg 2G ThoGwydir .... 1791 27. Haiil#y 1719 28. Tht) Hustings and Manning 2356 29. The Uawkesbury . .... 2021' 30. The Uuioo ,,,, 8016 31. The Huuter. .... 1356 32. The Upper Hunter .... 2773 33. IHawnrrft: .... 1743 84. Inveiell ..... J882 ...
Public Gates. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
Public: Gates. ... Iho puiilio gates, as haroundor described, have 1 eon npplit'd' forfundor tlio provisi. 119, ;of fh'o Act 39 Yit'frjriav®. 10, aiid''all .peVsons interasttid ar.a iiivitodt'i atato within 'thirty daysfromi this dafb 'H^irobjections," if'nny, to the granting of suoli applications.. Applicant-Aa a.McDonald, (»at e (no t loss; 11 leot wide), on thu ro id from .Guulburn to |(tho'Aberorombie River,???'nnd di'8tHnt: 2 ohains 'south of tlio north boundary of. Ri! 'A'. McDonnell's' 40 norns O.P., portion. No. 90, pariah of Yalbrnitli, uotinty. of Georgians. Applicant-George Campbell, pnte'(not/less1 1 than 12 foot-wido)^on the Mnjura lioad, at fenco, on the uorth bi.lo of the road in use from Queauboyan 4o Yass, about '3:bhains , southerly from:tlio tnorth-west corner;Ei (now G. Oampboll'a) 676 .uoros, .paiisiiVof Pinlligo,.,county .of&lt;.Murray. . Applioaiit-^ Goorge.iOampbel^vgfttO' (not loss/than 12 foot wide)', on 'the:' Mrijuva ::Roadj;.at fonce',' on'the no...
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.! LONDON, August 1. THE death is announced of Mr. Pond, of tbtt well-known firm of Spiers and Pond. King Kulakua, of flio Hawaiian Islands, has arrived at Berlin, where lio has beou feted. ! August 2. The subject of (he recent engagement be tween Ayuub , Khan and the ? Ameer of Afghanistan was brought forward for the second time in Parliament last night, when (lie Marquis of Hariin^ton, in reply to a quesiion, stiid th»t while it wus not the iutention ..of - the Government to interfere in the Btrugglo for supremacy between Ayoub IChan and the Amoar, England would opposu any interference in,the affairs of Afghanistan! oh the part,ot uny foreign Power. -??? LONDON, August 1. In tlio House of Lords'this evening, Lord Oarlingford,i Lord. Privy Seni, moved (lie second.readiog'of the Irish Lund Bill, Lord Salisbury, the leader . of the Opposition, de livered a speech, in. which,: while hp admit ted that the neoessity 'existed.for.a;;bill to nmond t...
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN THURSDAY, AUGUST 4. CRIMINAL LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
Ij"CTBXj'XSHE3D^ jEYBEy-, ,MOKjSri3STG Trutli, ovBrlovoly. ilnoo'llie world bouan, Tlio foe of tyrmits.auiMho frlBiiil of man,-Campbell, ;&lt; t V, ,r&lt;K I'lln 11 il t 1 ? : ' " 1 GOULBURN i] .THURSDAY^AUGUST. 4.' i- GRIMINiAL'1 LAW REFORM. " . oijiu' -a.lt V'i'lfv ''i ?*" ' .' . ; A Bill lias beon initiatcd ia the Legislative Oounoiltfor:tlio.purpose; ofconsulidatinfi''and Bimpii/yin^ the; criminal, statutes. Ib oon . tains ^G4,;sections, jiepoals nbout 90 statutes, and includes k number-lof ithings not con tained in those statutes.; "Thoj whole.of, tho oriminal| statutos^jboirig )thu8> reduced' into ono of*rmanageablo.f length,systematically arranged, thblUawiMiribe , brought'.??wiiliin the comp^elieusion ofj_prdiDary;irjtolleutS'.Hnd fuoilitiss bo"given;for"its.,perusal.for tho pur pose of roferenpp^/ffhat!;]rofqrm' inlithis direotion(>yaa tneedod ,no .one. ;\villi!dony,'iandJ tho wonder.i^tliati ifc:fowas*'not . efFeoted^long fiinoo.j£yiiojf)e.V^ to bring...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Daring Escape from Goulburn Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
LOOAli AND'GENERAL NEWS. Daring ,'Escapefrom u OoulburW - Gaol'.1 , : SomB timo during/Tuoadftyinighf, or oarly bnJWorlnesday morning, one of the oonfineea of the Goulbur n;gaol_, .named Geor^u Smithy; ialias BayV'alias ..Wilson, miidp^ his i escape .fro'tn tho prison; ' 'Vlt-.appears! that' he was confined in, a- qcll^the.'window of. which wns about eight feet' from tlio&lt; ground outside ; ;nnd; during tlie night ho' muuag^d ."to with draw two bricks and. a'.oi'oss-piopo; of .woodi .from the base of,tho aperture, therotiy making ^aclear spnco of .about nine inches.imhoighti "Ky! twelve, aoross,, ,and\ through.'.that sm*ll axjtico ho got JtoJtlio' yard; Arrived "that I fatv satoly, ho proceeded . to' the' .outer wall; and' turned;, to; account aVJbng' bench' which- /was . '.kept?&lt; ^ tliar'e i';, for i|.|-standing water tubs, &o., upon. . Ho put> the,..bench;! in an upright, position against the'wall', .and' thereby reached"tho top close to .the,.plat ...
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. There was great excitement in Sandhurst yesterday over the suddon death of a woman. Evidence shews that she was at tended by a practitioner named Wall, who was not legally qualified, and that ho at tempted to procure au abortion. The inquest lasted till midnight, when Wall was com mitted for manslaughter. It is rumoured that Mr Deakin, a colleague of Sir Bryan O'Loghlin, ia about to settle in Sydney. Upwards of £400 have been subscribed for the relief of the persouutud Jews in Southern Russia.
Accepted Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
Accepted Tenders. I; TJio following fc&lt;inder« liavo buen noccptstl i'by ilio , Gfcvornment, , viz.:-Oootatnuudra j .public? School, additions-T, MoBua h; j GrouHiuro North (Infams) Pabliu Soliool, Impairs-W. Punoaii ; Mittngong Upper Public School-n'uaihurahed huiI 'impriivc ratuiiB-Watson Bros.; Paolwood Public School, weathershod-J, Bright; 0, Oallog biJn"-Construction of Road Yiisa to Manion'a Oreelt; Wbeatloy and Cullon-Contract IK, lload Gunning to Dalton ; P. Adams-Oon tract 5K,' Main South Koad ; Q, Wilson Contract ,4K, Main South Road.
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GHEVFL/LU'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.J SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. A DEPUTATION consisting of Mr. T. Wilton, of Gruvilla's Telegram Company, and MessrB. Dillon, Fletcher, Cans, Cook, arid BOBS, members of Parliament waited on the PoBtinaster-Genoral this morning in refor enca to tho present unsatisfactory arrange ment by which telegrams to country news papers are detained, no matter how im portant, until the linos are clear. Each speaker urged the Minister on publio groundB to alter the system end allow messages disseminating information among the publio to be sent as soon as received. The Minister promised conaideratiqn of the matter. Messrs. Holdsworth, Jardyne, and Co. have given a one hundred guiuea prize to be rowed for by seniors in eight-oar outriggers, and to be won three times in succession by one club. The races are to take plaoe over tho 'champion course, Parramatta River, on the first Saturday in December each year.
Recreation Reserve, North Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
Eecreation Reserve, North Goulburn. ^. correspondent writes:-" The gates ol the Recreation reserve are now ffixed' in their proper places/ and the land-owners and rceideuts of Union-street are just be ginning? to think that an,injustice has been done to them. The reserve lies right across the abbyeoamed- street',! which is one of the principal streets in North Goulburn, thereby cuttingAoif.-'iho;Taralga road traffic,; whicil used invariably to come tip Union-street; but,' now that the gates of the reserve are i closed, it: is turned off. in another direction, itho toamsters having; t'or a good distance to find;a roadof their own from the Wollon dillv crossing.' It would have been well ibad 'this' been taken before, the reserve' was ilaidioffs as 'such; or theifence erected but1; even now. it is not too, late. There is' a Holding" gate at each side of the reserve, .directly opposite, and leading to Union jsireet from the .river, which, if opened, iwould allow tho Taralga teamsters to...
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief then; and what's he news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then i and wlwt't 'lie new»f"-King John. Cannibals are captive 'ating creatures, A gold escort has been granted for Mount Browne. Marcus Clarke, tho well-known author, is dead. Tbo Ringbarkiug Bill has been again in troduced. ? Thirty-one entries have been received for Se Wagga Cup. Largo numbers of Temora miners-are 'le&ving /or the Adelong rush. Efforts ore being made to establish a volunteer corps in Wagga, Wco-admiral wonderfully better. Squad ron leaves tor Auckland in about a week. The futuro of tho Mount Browne diggings is'Qssured by practical men as a prosperous one. A prisoner named Smith, alias Ray, escapod from Gouiburn gaol on Wednesday night. ' Pirates of Penzance are now in Bathurst, in charge of South, and will shortly visit Gouiburn. Chinamen are giving up the culture of cabbage aud taking- to tobacco. No small pox in that. ....... John Clements, of Bathurst, was the first man to i*row wheat on the plains. He took . first prize in Lond...
A Suspected Impostor. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
uspected Impostor.; I The Melbourne 'Daily Telegraph1 relates that'a' rather strange case has been brought before the. Ipolice authorities at >Williiim stown, It appears that ,a ijerson nailing himself: Captain Nejors arrived by theilaBt train on Monday, tho 18th instaut, ;and reported to 'the police that he had -been , robbed of n qunniity of>jowellery, valued at £100. Ho declined to give the' suspeoted party's name, but stated that . ho was 'a "pas3onger by R.M.S, Hydaspes, which' wiis going? away ;next morning at 7 o'clock. Onb of i tho, water police acomnpanicd "Captain Noy'ors".: on. board ,the mail .steamer, and introduced him' to the chief clerk.: A copy of the passenger,list..wan inspected, and, Neyora then stated, bis,- man wasnot on board, but that,,with the.officer'* permission; he would remain on,the steamer all night, in ease the thief joame on &lt;b'oard&lt; latojl-aB he : anticipated ' would , oocur. Morning catnc; and,?;a ,few minutes';bofore th...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
PARLIAMENTARY. ..,f. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. In thoJjegialative Assembly,- - '' 11 : 11 Mr. W.-'J. Foster brought: up ? the report of .the seleot oommitteo~ou the Yaleof.Olwyddiy'v'n and Lithgow Valle'yOo.'s Bill.V i ?? ,ij. Minis'tors laid on: the table returns relative' to Courts of .Inquiry undoivthe Land'/Act'ofi'"1 1875, roturns . of . Grown'' grants. for, various .> purposes, reports on-tho.Molbourne Interna- ? tional;Exbibitioni.nnd immigration,and rnin- - ing returns, and ,it .. was ordered . that tbo document, be printed. _ ^ .;;t Mr. Stuart, presen ted a.petition..fjom^thof .* Oburoh of England?;Totaporanofl'AssooiatioDj".,jfiA. prayingoertninamendments in tho!Publicana'""&lt; Licensing Bill! ,i ''fl Leave was given to Mr. Jacob' 'to .intro-'""'' diioe a bill 'for the .better,, .protection# ofc'f p : Chinese. v froin^ inBult^r ill-treatment,"'! and" assault, and the bill" was, subsequently brought up and read a^first'time; - .???" Leare was also'givon ,toVMr. :Balrer...
MASS WILL BE CRLEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
MASS Wlbli hWOiihtiBltAVBl) ST- J GOIJLBUBN DISTItrOT, ,, . 3.w^spjjD iiiffiii1 August 7.- QrftbJ)en5J (Sullen- Sprlug Vnl1ey~ j da 11»8^4aj| 1"? ' r" . n (yASS'MISSION. r\ "Undnroo, Snndoy.'AugUBt 7 . , , Quuning.^unday/iAuguft 14 .>» ,&lt; > ti"0)*' ^®ou ^'' August' IS (Holiday of Obliga- j Binoloug, Sunday.August 21 (running, Suud»y; August 28. ,, , CONFIRMATION. ! - *" ^SS9fi'Sll^yaBBft .» ..August 28 . J"...V.September 4 «SWi)enntquin"r.r;.,,,,,,,,September 11 AJbury;« :;f ;V .September 18 Aduloufj?;"*y.".V,., September 28 ! umut ..October 2 ri'ura&lt;i,ra" .. ..October 10 GrenfeU" "fyt; Vi October H t §PPl»»ff05ff .V October 1C ^nrrowa^:'.,. fj October 23 ^J-ogmore,V;f,;,Vi;!;; October 20 Ynss ;; October 80 ,-H. Presbytery Ton; Mile, September 21 : fc"g RW.Ohpwh atiTeino'ra, October 9 ( isiossiGljtircli' at Gootagotior, Oclobcr 10* - .. u\ lit n .jh o.» i.i.u ?.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 August 1881
IE. IE3. LOUGH, (A ENJBRAfj gTOREKESESPBR, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, COMMISSION AND WMWEBlAIi 4GI3RirT, VICTORIA HOUSE, C It AWFOHDST UK ET, QUEANBEYAtf. 8ALES conducted ill nil parts of (bo district. Account Bale* promptly rendu red. Sydney Agents-Messrs, HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN. SUPERIOR PHOTOGRAPHY. «S3:o. Per DOZEN. RUDOLPH CASPERS. BRIDGE HOTEL, Consult op AUBURN AND GOLDSMITH STREETS. THIS undersigned having taken tho nbovo Hotel, desires to acquaint tlio public of Uoulliurn and th« surrounding -Distrust* tint any purson gi«ing liini a call will find tlio BEST ACt'OMMO UA't'lON, REASONABLE OH A RUE", HOOD BEDS, and tlio J3I5SI' 'BRANDS OK LIQUOR tinictirnblH in the tnniUat ; and GOOD SOUND FORAGE, J. BOND. 11. CRAIG ( Til E U WD B 11 T A3C E It' S S O N ) , AUCTIONEER,' HOUSE, LAND, & COM MISSION AGENT, tiLOANE-SI'lUOKT, IjOULUURN. St. CIBAIQ'S CHEAP FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENT, SLOANK-STREET, GOULBURN. Established 40 Years. PRSONS who wish to hiwe FUNERALS conducted a...