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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

MINING. DuniNQ the weok oovoral gontlemon from Melbourne, accompanied by a ropor(er from tho Molbourno Augus, havo boon inspecting tho difforont minoo on the Delogato Tvivcr. It it rumored thnt thoy havo purchased covoral proportioa, and there is now ovory probability of a little capital bointf esponded in the district in developing and working samo.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

AUCTION SALEi Owing to the Quinburra river boing in flood, tho 6 hoad of fat cattle advertised by Mr. Maddison for salo on Tuesday last were unablo to be brought forward, but they will be in the yards for Tues day noxt. Mr. Maddieon re-advortiaos the 300 acros solection on Bombala road. CO acreo c.p, land on Junction nfn*;,™/ and coveral town allotments, by ordor of he mortgagee. Mr. Witton will nubmit to auction on 1-lth July, 1800 mixed oheep

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining Laws Amendment Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

1 Mining Laws* Amendment Bill. Ifc the debate on the second reading of ' the Mining Laws Amendment Bill, Mr. '\V. II. Wood, M.P. foi Eden-Bomb ila, «poko as follows — I have no veiy strong opposition to the principles oi the bill. I think that e\ei3 facility should by afforded to the mining community to got on private lunda piotidcd that the iutcr ebtb of the owners .no saicguaided. At the same time, I ?think the Minister is acting injudiciously in biiugmj on tiiu bill ut thu houi. Ho knows it li.ia beLii i. ti'onted very much like the Coal-mines - . ' , Bill has been treated. It hah been le , / jected by the other House three times , within a very short period. Mr. S. Smith: Wo aic not going through Committee to-night. The hon. ( member -will have overy opportunity to v ;discuss the details ! '' /Mr. Wood : The probability is that i the bill will bo rushed thiough t'vit ( - i* stage as it is being lushed through this otage. Mr. S. Smith: That is a question for ; kon.membors to deal...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XXXIV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

^^k^^^^^iS-' mm^^$m^^':'-^^^i^e' ';'C/-::: i-^'f^'/IlV-MRS. GKOMilK SHELDON. y/^'f'* CflAPTKll XXXIV; (Continued). r ;' . ^ With flayer* that tremb'ed visibly, ^'-' she removed iho c -ver and tool: ou', a .'/'' ? ' i y io;Oir.ipl). r ' Jlot for the different otylo of drosaand the way the hair was arrang-d, it wuo i '^ ' tho very counterpart of heruolf. ? Without a word Bho pcoood it to Regi nald, who waa ecarcoly loso oxcited than herself over this unexnectoddenoument. . Then eho liftod a lock of hair— a, oo£t litW coil that wao tied with a cherry ribbon. It wao fino aud glossy as oilk, nnri nf tlin nxr.cit. shade of hor own, ' ' Nest oho xomovod a foldod papor. Opening it sho saw that it was a znurri ago liconuc, whioh provod the legality of Marguorito Dolavigno's union with William Gardiner. The man had not once removed hip oyoo from her while uhe wao thuo ongaged. Hope, foor, porplexity, pain, aud oagor aurpriee, Bwept in quick ouccoeoion ovor Mb face as ho watched her and roalie...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Border Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

HBoL'dcH3 MUmf*?!. [Bic IvAMIJLEn.1 Things are very quiot along this part of the border at present. I am, it in true, a New South Wolahmr.n in ksse, though I may be in possi: a Victorian. I livo quito clo&o to tho border line, ond conse quontly 1 cm readily look oa both nides of tlio question—by tho queotion I uoan of courna, tho Lor.ior lino, I :^i. c, Fed erationisfc. Yea. thiur?3 nrr, r^^li.-i difforont io what thoy wero in tho wild dayo of long ago, and difiotont oven' are theso dayu to thoso when Tun^u was brought in Tbo gold digger to-day cearchc, d^outly for tho prooiouo molal m thin locality. Although the proopec tor yaslics many a di.k V/i*U tho result no, a color '; clthough tho doop cLsf t ia sunk, ana often af tor meny woo!:s of very h«cl woi-1: it proven ' a duflox,' yot thovo L gold to oo found horeabouio, and diligent rcsourch for the precious metal ia gener ally rewarded by afc louot enough to ^ ? . .'..i; . ?-: i keep the wolf froji the door. Opossum' , ' ? ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 25 June 1896

^ /General News. The New Photookai'hy. — An interest ing operation wa9 performed nt tho Mel : bourne Ho»»itiil recently with tho aid of I the Rontgea photography. A patient I \vith a needlo in her hand hud that inem \ ber photograplieil and tho pusition of the I l needle clearly (icliueJ. Dr. Syme tbon I ' extracted the needle without any trouble I whatevor. I Cj:i.i;niiATi.\-o a Biutiiday. — During a I .Tapaneao feust at Btowno. W.A., last I weelc, which was bning lield in celolira ? tion or' a child'» birthday, a .lupaneso loft ? 'the festivo ' gathering, nnd proceeding ? home armed himself with a- 'Winchester ? * riflo, a revolver nnd sword, and rqturning B fired throo shots afc a seaman. All tho H shots nii6sed, and ho then drow his sword ? and noarly cevered the man's head from M his body. Tho murdorer thon went to H his own home and blow his brains out* H N A SEnlous Cuauoe. — At tho Coongul ^B merang police court on Tuesday Arthur ]H James O'Ncil, aged 52 year3, a%voll-known ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

Items of Sport. ' . ' Jockey Cook rodo Como, Waihine, and Broom to victory at Warwick Farm last week. Not a bad record for tho day. M'Sweonoy's Waihino, who won tho 'Warwick Favin Cup, oturted an absolute outsider. Newman, tho favorite, was . very much interfered v/itu and ran last. Meusmato nnd Wyalong camo a cropper in tho Waiwiek Farm Cup. Noithos! horeowaa injured, but tho jockoyo re ceived severe shakings. ' Do you beliovo in bicycling for ladies ? ' ' You.'! ' Then you aro a new man?' ' No, I am a aurgcon.' Fact. . . Tho suburban polico aro now provided with, bicycloo. Thoy aro now onabled to covor their beato noicolecsly and rapidly. By tho way, GOvoro.l burglaro udo the machine , ' ' ' Tho Boucicault bonefit at tho Criterion was an unsnrpaased success. Sir George Dibba mado a capital epocch in convoy ing tho addresn to tho talented actor. 'Tho young lady who drew Kennedy's bicyclo at Bri3bano io a chop aasiatant. ' A few days later olio won £500 in a con sultation. Thevo in ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

The Mariahty Bheumatism Cure I SURE CTJ1IE for KhenmatiBm, Sciatica, Gout, etc., is the only R--al Permanent Curo ltnov.-n. It ffivea Rolief iD thrwti hours, nnd ottVoto ri. Curo in 10 to -10 oivra, accordtiip to tlio euvurity of tho caoo. It hna no rival or equal. Hua cured hundro^s of tho most- hoprtl) ca canon, find is r\ Go'irnnd to tho poor auff.ir jr. W« Bond advico FR.EK. To thono Hainjj tho IJARtANTY CURE, — ilon'c dojpr.ir, but cond di-tiilo of your Bufforiu^B, and ^ot r- cuonly ot tiio^lARIANTVCUJCR. Wo havo rey.imoruulB from many who hnvo bcon lour? S:JCrorcTi — ijivon up hv Doctorr — who nro no\7 rorraunently cmvii. Tho MiRIANTY RE.MKDIES, lindor PKOFEdSOR WATEKHOU^E'S Trpntmont, will euro you, i7hon nil otho. n f'nil. The MARIANTY CUKE in ct'U^ direct to nuy ndciror.n on rccoipt of Pn;-.tril Oidoror Stamps, catotully packed, and Pjst Fr^D — 1!/G, 5/-, end 7/C pur bottlo, or thrcu 7/O bottloa for £1 ; lull courco, 35a. ' _ B2ariaHty KEEeiiiiiriisr^ sintS Qmi% Pells, 2/0 ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

^??^^News and Notes.. -' ' '?'? :;Civil aervico is now lilco ' civil servi tude/' ? ?''?'?,' ' ? ' ' ' ? '.. Sir Joseph Abbott may. yot secure a .cost on the Univerpity Senate. ?, -Mr. Reid chows lollies in tbo Assem bly. Certain other jnombera chow to ???, bucco. . .'?'?' Minister for Justice Gould declines to state how many divorces \yerc heurd in camera during tbo past two yoars. Tho lutet-t news in regard to tbo rwont earthquake at Japan aliowa that 27,000 liven ?were lost and 8,000 injured. The subscriptions to tbo relatives of thoso lost in tho v/rcck of tbeDrummond . (Jastlo total up to £10,000. Tho Queon gavo'£100. ' When, iny bicyclo lamp went out at night tho polico would turn thoir backs, . ? so that they -would not havo to bring mo to Court.' Bov. Bryant, of Burwood. : . -Some of tho Supremo Court Judges are oppoBOd to tho introduction of official shorthand writers in the Courts.. Their prejudice is inoxplicable. ' An Opposition whip dees not recoive „ any pay for his ce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

? '??.? ' ' v':: ??, ) ?:?:?;?''.?- :??'- ''??; wiTHbiiir delay. ? :'; ' '? ? ; : y-^ly:-- -;- ? . ?/ . -: iNTEftEST^UiVs.andO per cent, V ; ., ^5O OOO A^AILASLE''AT ONCE in large and small amonnta for ' . Station Proper^-, Country Forms, or any. good security Frtdholde, or C.P. Lands. Banks and Building Seonraiioa arranged with promptly. Only Genuine Applicants are requested to apply. Monoy Advanced on Gold Minea, machinery orectod thereon for interest in same,. or purohasod right out. No tangible Booilrity ref usod. Write or --bll on SWORN VALUATOR, APPOINTED BY .THE . GOVERNMENT, 375 Crown Street, Sorry Hills, Sydney. ^ Send Stamps for Reply. . ? ?.-?'.' ' . ' . ' ' New Seeds. Season 1896* r Fruit ' Trees, Roses aiid Seed Potatoes. M j^g|jpii|jpii:^-f'GBABS Seeds, Rye1,- Codrsfcot, Prairie, etc. ' ' \a#ll'B-'M^^- Cloves Seeds, Red, White, Lucerne, etc*. W^J^'w^^'^% Foddeb Seeds, Tares, Barley, Oats, etc M J W[_ ?'.'?' ^m Veoetaple, Fxoweh SCed9, and Bdibs. -RELIABLE Writefor Cata...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

, General News. j*. ? »* ? Touring tiie Would von a Wageii. — ?' Frank Burton, tbo ' Hustler,' ia on .tad tbo R.M.S. Monowui oh a trip around the uvorld. Burton,' othorwiso krown ns 'Tho American lliietlcr' is tiavollinir oroun 1 tho worfd on a wngor, and joined tbo Mouowc.i Ut San Franciuco. Mr. Burton leffc tlio Mayor's oflico in Now York at noun on January 8 v/itbout a ponny in bio pocket, and only tbe clotbea ho woro for bic luggege. Richard K. Fox, of tho ' Polico Oazetto, ' io bis backer, and hi:u 'vagarod 10,000 dollars with Jamco Jx'.ilaborj a V/ell-known sporting man in Now York, that Burton will tour tbo trip in 18 montho, . Tho conditions of tbo wagoi: ara that Burton ?Will not spontl any money, end that bo ? will land in Boston with thrco full ouita of clothes and ? 1000 dollars iu c'anh. .Tho .traveller bed CG3 dollars of too ro - quired money upan cxrival at Sen Fran cisco. Sinco leaving Now Ycik kohas lived and travelled in tbo very be3t atyle. i Ho has enjoyed threa ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. SALE OF SHEEP WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

? ^ Local 'Intellij(eii«e. , ? ? ^ ? SALF OF SHEEP WlfUDUAWN. Imixdivr buyers are notified that the sale of 1800 sheep, undei n'ortguge, ad vertised in our last ibsue, haa been witn drawn for the present.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

Preauer otntoo that a roaoh tt~ZZ 7~l & boon made of the cK,*-9^6 hae -cm the Mco£ iat°7to IT^6 peotod iB £108,000 A*-,, ♦ ? ei~ vot to be ma4°th4d]^reBanhr Govommont w.ca ;2108,000 from i h& to*, but tbo. alte^fono'^adfrSbn? during itapaag^ th h then-°bl» tura wfth rcSard to lemd and ?» heSla)a have .fed &0 effect ^S^T J? income tec to abant £108 000 t S .tho thought that ffie- nmoltl°c0e-d%itiS tho.comWnoa Oaxeo will be Sf00 ^ FruiWrees, Shrubs, Plants L~ \ Grass Secfla,, ^oteble £k\ ^ Seeds, all of thcfveiVfiBat and », ' . WOr able quaUty, arc o^tVh?^ herd and Son, .202 Pitt-atroet S i P~ the,;oldoat ,^a moat x^wSffi^' colony.- Send. for a copy (S* f *h* tmrivallod cataloguo.— Aovr. ^ ?^..thwK , ,

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SUPPLIES FOR THE ABORIGINIES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

SLPPLTE-3 TOR TIIL ABORIGINIES Mn, E. . IIootii, of the Fwleval Stores, Ime ugain succeeded iu sequring the contract for supplies to the aboiiginies, this making tlio tourth year in succoodion.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gippsland Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

^flMPsfeisci §*©cl£ Report.; ' ; Ji.-sna DB8AIH.T, Macarthur and C-* repcj-Fat Cattle: A large yarding. Ihoro were numerous buyers preeenX Wd l°a^S? thQ °r '-**««™ have' had la.aly tno cattlo looked rough and conceqqon y tho buyers wero not eageV to ouy. Wor.nlrtf^ tit- m,.__ „ °, nr,v~,, t . Ji'ua. omitn,-. ^gMmlloelco to .£4. . pj Tr^tl S-S- ft/Dd other lots at f;xirw IoO iha demq.'-J..for theoo' was not-' la Cd. For Mr. Travero, yearKncs to I ft' ' ' months old stoe?a and :Lfi^ ua and a hue of springers to £2. Horaes We yarded SO fxmn New South S' dors, local lots at similar prices - [?]

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

11VINFALL. ', ':[,' The. rainfall for the. month of June, as tegistered by Mi R. Liddle, of Comet viller Delogate, was 517 points on 24 days For the corresponding: period' of last it was 34G points. in 18 days. ?? '? '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

[?] yStSSSQ ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Ik 'Cm Aej-ombly , tho Minirfg Law* Amcudm»nt Bill was further conuidered5 in comr.sStteo.-. ... On elnnae 2, ' Privilogea untlor author-^ % to outer,'' Mr. Wood re;jnrcled it'as' ' uniieceoaary add dangerous to 'give thty wardon power to extend, for an iudeti-' nita time, tho period of authority to' enter, aim he mtived an omondment limit--, mg-^tho authority to 12 months. Mr.. Sydney Smith naid he had an araendmont which would meet whathon. raemboro appearod to desire, and Mr. 0 Wood accordiagly withdrew hio amend ment. . ? J-ijr. Smith tliBSi nlovcd aa an amend ment— *« Provided that' if any such min ing operati'oaa shall bo carried on for o, greater period tlmn sis months, the holder of sirah atbhority shall also pay ' to tuo ou-nef of tho land ailch sum by way of rent aa ohall- bo' dofarminod by fho warden, and' such rent shell ba pnid^ quarterly in advsneo during such period as tho holder of the said authority shall': occupy ouch land, or until...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

COMMERCIAL/ Mn, G. E. Maddjson' reports having sold on account of Mr. J. R. Cuinmins, 6 fat cot-B, light Trcights, to £8 ; on account Mr. J. A. ITensleigh, fat wethers at, 6s .'3d j also, on account Mr. T. Fprd, half acre land fronting ? Boinbala-street, at. a satisfactory figuro, Mr. E. Booth, being the purchasor. Mr. Maddison states that fat cattlo and any class of sheep are in good demand. ' / '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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A FRENCH SCARE [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

A PJBENOH SOMB, . . Tnir.Froncli' nov/apagaM-'aro' jiist now plunged into a aiato of dxoftomont ovor a ropori; from Chorb'ourg, tho M7ell-L-novm Franch port and crcanal. It ia stated th'at xretjuont and laifgo flightoof En.^iiph carrio? piseoaa tKlrb.-placa'froiu'.tiicVpoEfc for England, and it' ia in«rt-ivv7':'*i;£A *ul.. portends coiao .ospariraeufc-by tksi Britisli' War Bepartmoat,' ? ?

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BOMBALA LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 July 1896

BOMBALA LICENSING COURT. At tho above Court on Tuesday, 23rd ult , before Mcssr3. Joseph arid Stafford, ronowals of publicans' licenses were granted to John' Coote, Royal Hotel, Delegate, and William Rafter, Commer cial Hotel, Delegate. At a special meet ing of the Court hold yesterday a publi can's licDnco Y7H3 granted to Chas* Evana, for the Delegato Hotel.

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