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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth ever lovely since the world began The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 5. VISIT OF THE PRINCES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

F^BDOXsiiEr>'. liBVEKTTi! MOEKINO JjTrutlvevorlorely alnno the worMibofianjv.: :;:i« ,! The foe of tyrants and the friend of man .-Campbell,, pAULBURN : JPEIDAY, AUGUST.; 5. o - IVISIT OF .THE PRINCES. ? TUB vieit,of,the.princes is.we may say over, but its incidents will furnish a theme? of; con versation' and aelf-gr'atula'tion for years to come amon'g'peojple'not over-burdened with either brains^self-respect,who, were.fortun ete enough by diutof jostling to rub nosos with the illustrious[visitors,,]- The day when they were permitted to comes in contact' with? real live1 royal'princes (w;ill be handvd'down .as. a, red-lettortdayutoi succeeding; generations; The youthful princes behaved! 'admirably,' considering* the position In1 whioh tti'ey were pltvoed^thut'of the ohie'ffigtiros at anational show- exhibited 'for >diplomatic- 'purposes. Tlioy displayed-a bea'ring of civility .under the pestering attention bestowed upon thorn, tchie,ht engrossed: every spare', moment); and' l...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. [From the Sydney Herald.) ' * LUKDOK, AUGUST A National Free Trade League has Jbeen formed in London, to advance a system of reciprocity^ between tbis and o'lier countries in regard to^bastome charge?, &o. . Mr. Pamoll addioised a meeting of thp Luid Ldtfgue members at Dublin Ic-day, and severely attacked the Irish Land Bill of the Government. 5 ? Y«ry s«rious rin<8 liavo t-ikon plnco atTip perary, Twenty-seven of the ringleaders were nrrestiid. i An antWowish riot occurred at Barwalde, in theprovincoof Brandomburgj Prussia, yes. toiday. An attaok wad madoupon'the Syna gogue, and much damage , to the strcutiire resulted. The trial of the two men-McGrnth and MoKevitt-who were charged with attempt ing to set firo to the Liverpool Town Hall by means of an explosive bomb, on the 10th of June last, was concluded to-day, when both prisoners were found guilty. ' McUrath was sentenced to penal servitude to life, and MoKevitt to penal servitude for IS year...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police, Court. On Thursday before \ Mr. 0. S.. Alex-, oridfir Pet&r Finn, an old :man, pleaded guilty to having heeni drunk, and was sent tO'KHOl for 7 days, failing to pny a fine of 20/.-Thoca'su of John McPnul, ohar^od willi being of unsound mind, who remanded till this day. ? ? ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE LATE ESCAPE FROM GAOL. DONE INTO RHYME, BY FIZGIG. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

THE LATE ESCAPE FROM GAOL. DONE INTO RHYME, BY FIZGIG. My name is Wilson, I?ay, or Smith, .which ever you' may pleaee, Although shut up in gaol I found my way outside with ease. The window of my coll was only eight feet fiom the ground, . . I worked Hway most quietly while warders weot their, round. They little, thought what was my game or of my little trioks, Until t'ley found the loosened wood and two abstracted'bricks. : . They didn't see my wriggling--my word I. did it fine, , And squeezed myself Miiough one small hole that iuohes measured nine. I went across towards the wall'that stood.so very hi(>h, " , And stood a b^nch upon its end (I did. it very sly) ; I heaxv] the sentry stamp his foot, I saw him look about, And l wondered how upon the earth I ever should got out; I snenked about the dining ehedj with very li"tie hope, Until I saw four towels that I made into a .ropt) l f.;i >' I went unto'the bench ; I'd stood so nice ?against the wall, In climbing up I nearly slip...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Escaped Prisoner. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

The Escaped. Prisoner. The inquiry in the gaol .'relative to the escape of (smith from prison on Wednesday morning terminated yostorday, but we believe without throwing muoh lighti. upon .the matter. One of tlio warders had been sus pended as.soon'as the report: was made that Scriitli'had got away; however, after the in-, quiry.he was re-instated ,in his position, a fact which.'wo suppose goes to shew lhat ho was not considered .blameworthy. Wo have heard that tho escaped man was seen by one of the constables orofising'the railway early on, the, morning of Wednesday ;; but lie was supposed to -bo one of the ? railway men. Another party stated that he had seen Smith crossing tlio railway- bridge, towards the Sydney road about 5 o'clook a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY, \ : WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, IN the Legislative Council, The President reported the reooipt of 'ho .Chinese Restriction Billi'iom the Legislative Assembly. . On the motion of Sir John Robertson the bill was read the fii6t time. Mr. Dtirley presented a petition signed by oert'iin Chinese merchants against the Chinese Restiiciion Bill, and praying that the petitioners mi.rlit- bo heard by counsel at the bar of the House. 1 The pHtitiuri was read and received. ; Mr. Wn't presented a petition (rum Mm Steamship Owners' Association ot . Nsw South Wales ngoinsr some of the clauses oi' the Ghinuse Restriction lJill. The petition was recoived. Sir George Innes moved the third reading of the Supreme, Court (Additional Judge) Bill. After some discussion the motion was agreed to, and the bill wbs read the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly. ! On the motion of Mr. Norton, Jeanneret's Tramway Bill was read the third time, parsed, and returned to the, Legislati...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

LONDON. ?WEDNESDAY. Mr. Bradlaugh entered. the lobby> of< the House of Commons this afternoon, and tried, to enter the Chamber;, when the usher, act ing ori the Speaker's instructions, attempted; to "expel him... .Ai.struggles ensued, Brad? laiighcatohing the usher by the throat. The police were oalled in,, and, Bradlaughj after violent resistance; was expelled. The House of Commons, in view of what bad: occurred, immediately passed a' resolution, supporting the notion of the Speaker.. , Policecourt pro-; ceedings willibetthe 'next phase, Bradlaugh having 'signified bis intention of summoning the policeman-who'ejected him. " ? 11 ! Aybub Khan has entered and . taken poa^ *esaion of the.city of Oandahar wi1 bout, fur ther opposition. 1 The British troops'remain passive. ' ' > ' 1 The police have arrested1^. person on the oharga of ihavingi conatrucied fthe infernal machines rooently. discovered, oa the steamer Malta. ? '? " In the House of Lords, on division upon the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

MASS WILL BR CBIEDRATED AT ' GOULBURN DISTRICT. & SUNDAY. : V August 7,-. Grabben Gulion - Spring < Valloy Broadalbano. '/ TABS MISSION. '? Qutjdaroo, Sandfly, August 7 Gunning, Sunday, August 14 Gundaroo, Monday, August IS (Holiday of Obliga* r a tion) ' ?????'? Binalo'ng, Sunday, August 21 < " Gunning, Sunday; August 26, *! * OONFIBMATION, Wsgga Wagga August 28 Hay .; September i Deuiliquin ..September 11 Albury,' .. ., September 18 fA'dblong .September 25/ ifTumut ....October'2 'Temora....Ootober 10* Grenfell' V.V........... October 11 Goolagong October 16 , '\ Burroipa, ... .. ..October 23 * ' Frogmoro ....... Ootober 26 Yass ..October 30 Bloss Presbytery Teh Mjlo, September 21 Bless Church at Teinora,- October 9' Bless Cburob at Goolagong, October 16.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

TEL IE3.. LOUGH, CJ EWERAIj STWIiEItEBPESS, AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, COMMISSION AND GENERAL %«ENT, VICTORIA HOUSE, CHAWFOUDSTKIOBT, QUIZ AN BEY AN. SALES conducted in nil parts of the district. Account Seles promptly rendered. Sydney Agents-Mc3grs, HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN. SUPERIOR PHOTOGRAPHY. Per DOZEN. RUDOLPH GASPERS. BRIDGE HOTEL, OoBNEn or AUBURN AND GOLDSMITH STREETS. rnriE undersigned having taken the nbovc Hotel, i desires to ncqunint tlio public of Goulburn and th« surrounding; Districts tlint any person giving liim n call will find tho BEST ACCOMMU UATION, REASONABLE CHARGES, GOOD BEDS, and tho BEST BRANDS OF LIQUOR procurable in the market; and GOOD SOUND FORAGE. J. BOND. R. CRAIG (THE Undeiitaxeh'S Son), AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, LAND, & COM MISSION AGENT, SLOANE-STRKICT, GOULBURN. : IS. ?CIBATO'S CHEAP : FUNERAL^.ESTABLISHMENT, SLOANIC-STRIS liT, GOULBURN. ; Established 40 Years. PRSONS who wish to have FUNERALS conducted nt a LOW CO.ST, yot in a res pectable m...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

WE'EBbo-sr;;i di£SNX)LA.E.u: ? a:..?;; Day of', Week. SUNDAY ... Monday .,. Tuosday;..'.' Wednesday. Thursday... Friday.V,. Saturday,;1. .Day of Month. July 31; Aug. :1 i. ....a, 3 ,4 .',,5 :! .. c 0 '55 G CI 6-53 ... G-52 G 51 "G 50 ...ceo Sun aoti. b. ' m. 5'18 6 18 - 5 10 e 20 , 5 21 ?6 21 , 5 21 MOON'S PHASE. First ^Quarter,, August 3rd,' 2.47,: p.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

v; , , < COMMERCIAL. 1 t !! tj. \ -. : S' FAEM. PRODUCE. . , "'J ' .... Iv. SYDNBY, Wednesday. At the Darling Harbour railway terminus, this mbrnirig, 'there was a fair; supply of forage'and produce forward from the country stations along, ;the Western 1 and Southern lines., iThere ia a dull market to-day, which ifiq1wed5.no: improvement. . Oaten hay,' in bale,'4/2 to-5/, in truss; *4y3'to !4/'7/!aud in' bundles 4/2 to 4/7. one lot, mixed with rye, fetched 5/- per owt; lucerne hay, only one truok forwarded, at 4/- per owt; straw good clean quality^ in1 bale,; 2/3 to- 2/6 ; in bundles 2/6 to; 2/7. per ewt ; oaten chitff, in bale, 4/1 to 4/9'; mixed lots,'in balo, 3/- to 4/ ; out straw,fin bale,i2/5 to 2/9,per owt; potatoes, 3/51 to:;4/5 '; swede'turnips, 2/6 per owt, bags irioliidea ; one lot extra fine pumpkins for ward, realised 6/1 per. dozen; Maize 2/9 per bushel, bags returned.- ' On the wharves to-day there is no altera tion to'note'in the prices <;l hay. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LAKE CUDGELLICO. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

LAKE OUDGELLIOb. ; ; THURSDAY. 137 square miles; of splendid land, known as the Lake Oudgellico gold-field reserve are to be thrown open for free Belootion on Thursday/the 25th inBtant. As the oharaoter of this landi is so wolMcnown all over the colony,' a description of it would bo superfluous. Thore is no doubt but agriculturists and capitalists will avail thern ;bo1 yes of the rare oh a n ce of, possossin g some of this large and valuable estate ; and the 2flth will be' a red-letter day at Hillston .land office. >?'* ?? ?? ? < The weather is warm, with every appear ance of rain.> ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

YASS. < -THURSDAY EVENING. Mrs. Patrick Nash, nee Dunlop, was not brought before the court to-day to get fresh baily.as Mr. Sub-inspeotor Brennan is still absent from town.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then: and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

NJBWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then I anil wlint'n lie new»!"-King John. Mr. Fitzpntrick,and the Speaker had some words in the Assembly on Wednesday night last, ? " Smith, alias Ray, vrbo escaped from Goul bura gaol, was seen in the vicinity of/I'ow rnug on'Wednesday. Rev: Father Casey, Into of Eookley, died on Wednesday morning at St. Stunisluus Collepe, Bathurst. Strange news from England. Prince Leopold and Miss Glads.one, the Premier's daughter, have vowed themselves to a life of single blessedness because they can't be united. Tbe death is announced of Jerome Collins, > the weather editor of the New York Herald, and the founder of the famous system of 'storm-warnings which used to terrify Eng land; An UD'Coiintry contemporary announces : "The length of Mr. ;-'s funeral has compelled us to omit our leading^nrticle." A hungry soul took the trouble to cut out the perforated zinc from the doors of the meat safe of the Criterion Hotel, Wagga, in order, to obtain a meat. . A Chinaman di...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WHAT OUR EYES SAW OUR EARS HEARD, OUR NOSES SMELT. FROM GOULBURN TO DUBBO AND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

WHAT OUR EYES SAW OUS EARS HEARD, OUR NOSES SMELT. FRO It GOULBURN TO DUBBO AND BACK. Gouiburn, Monday, 27th June, 10-40 ft m. -Jumped into Mitchell's 'bus at the corner of our attractive Mechanics' Institute, and our first'exchange of salutations urns'with the Rev. Father Birob, with whom in 1872 wo travelled on the briny deep from Plym outh to the longtitude and latitude of !ho last eceno of the ill-fated s.s. " London." Wo voyaged then on our loss ill-fated " Atrato," aod thon, iu 1872, undor a heavy sea, were washed overboard five men, some two of whom were fortunately washed hack on to deck and saved.' Our main shaft, insuffi ciently welded, ; had previously snapped asunder and ; all steam-power suspended, : and turning haolc to port under . " roigut " canvass and croaking fears of near approach! to " Davie Jones' locker" (an unpoliBhed term for death.) Then, too, we thought in returning to Plymouth that the very appari tions of the s.8. London must have been in conspiracy with...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. THUHSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

MELBOURNE. THUHSDAY. Mr. J. J. Walahe, land league delegate fromIreland, is iholdiDg meetings through out the colony in favour of the league.:

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FHO'SF. OREVf LIE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. J SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT, IN the Assembly this afternoon Mr, 'Buoh anan'moved the adjournment of the House in order to censure the Government for com pelling police and prisoners to bo vacoinated. .Messrs. Shying Brothers, undertNlcers, were fioed £5 at ihe Water Police Court to day for not rpgistorini? burials, . Falmou'h, Baku, Venom, andPollie have been scratched for the Metropolitan Stakes^ The rumour that Mormouth was Scratched, wbioh was started by a Melbourne paper, ie untrue. 'I'lie libel, aotion-Goode v. Onslow-in which damages were laid at £5000, was coucludtd to-day, a vi-idict being returned for plaintiff in the sum of £1250 and costs, estimated to'amount .to-£2000. Tlie election of a now board of manage ment for the Agricultural Society took place to-clny. The'oont'est was close and excited much interest. ? Hon. G. H. Cox, Messrs. Walter Bradley, Walter , Lamb, G. , F. Want, and W. Richardson were elected.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Burglar Hunt and its Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

A Burglar Hunt and its Fruit. (The inmates of the West "Maitland ppat 'office,,wore , thrown into a state of terror;on Saturday .morning about four'o'olock by/a noise,in,the place; apparently, as if some ono> were .moving"- thing's' about, f The; postmifl-' tress' raised . an alarm from the upper floor, windows at. tho;baok; and some of our em-: ployees, who wero.ongagod Working off the issue, wen t to her, assistance. . Mrs., Daly assured them that ;th'ere'/was.some.( ooet- in the' place, and while a' watch was kept' one of thpmr,notifiod 'the ifact to i aivpoliceman who) jiras near, and active' efforts';wore'!;ati,onopi 'rpade ,to papture the: burglar'. By climbing' ' o'n;jtowaa outhouse,;^one of,: the men. and*the; I'pblicemiin^ obtiyn.ed^an'bn'tranod t'o'alib 'ufK. istair room whore; the :tarrified; fQuialps wcro,; >vybile, tho otberivyoung; liari' mountedjguard; ;at''the1'frontdoorfarmed IwithV^Iargo Jron' .bar; and propnred to annihilate^the'^^!<lburglar,' if ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Gallant Rescue from Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

j Gallant Rescue from Drowning. .A1 raeritorioua , Qot of saving' a young1. ,lad fromiV,drowning was performed ou Tuesday^ l£y.< a; young- gentleman, named; EdwaVd Thompson Fegan,the sixth clerk,in the Gontral 1 Police -Court, af the Circular 'Quay, facing1 the Paragon' Hotel. It ap peared that between 3 and 4 o'clock two young,-ladsinamod'Smithson. were playing' cat.and kitten'* on.the..wharf, when the eldest of tllem knocked his "cat" into a crevice at the, end of the pier or piles. In 'his efforts to soourfl; the, toy ho overbalanced liimself and fell, inioi tliB^£UM. While he was floundering , in , thp|'^a't^r^his. brother raised a 'cry, of :Qui(juiqlcjV^'nay; brother is drowning." Mr. Fe^ah^in'company with another young-i -geatlol^"j^a]|fejbh.r,ofi ithe Polioe Magistrate, passing^;at" theiftime, rushed., to ,,th'e . drowuingl boy's ? aj^si'stanoe. No'.-sooner did Mr. i Fegan seoftlTe^stdtflW: affairs than be> without di've^ing^him'selflof' any ofi his clothes, gii...

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LOCOMOTIVE ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 August 1881

LOCOMOTIVE ANNUAL DINNER, c - | We are indebted to a friendly correspon" dent for the following:-The drivers and firemen employed on the Grout Southern and ; Western and Richmond Liuos of Railway, with B representative from the Great Nor thern Line, hold ?; their Annual Dinner in commemoration: of having obtained,the privi lege of holidays, in the Town Hall, Redfern, on Saturday evoniug, the 23rd ultimo, when about 100 drivnrs and firemen sat down to {tables, handsomely and sumpluously provided }by Mr. Orippa of Pitt-street, in his very best Btyle.. .... : The bliair 'was occupied by Mr. R, H. Burnett, locomotiv» engineer, having, on his right Mr. W. V. Reid, traffic manager) Mr. iTipping,' loco, inspector from' Penrith, and .Mr. Pask, loco, inspector from Wagga. On his left were Air.. Scott, locomotive observer, jMr. Oobb, loco, foreman, Sydney, and Mr. Howe, ' foreman mechanic in* the '-Redfern shops. The vioe-chairs (of wbioh there wero thruo) wore occupied by Mr, Rogers of Riohm...

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