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Travelling Sheep on Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

Travelling, Sheep. onSunday, 1^,'A mnrij named. Cltmgh-" wns. last .wank fohnrpod by tho..poliue,of£Albury witli travail ing shoep through the town- on tlio Sabbath' day. 'After hearing evidence the polioe Magistrate said Judge Fauoett hnd expressed fthMoginibn'to.vthe:«ffeot':that« there.,was^ some fdoubt:whothor: the~Aot: under; whioh>:proueed ings hafl been ' taken ^wns viti :'tforoo:vino tho; colony,?and had further said if it were in.foroe itVould npply to the case'ofBheep'ohmpellod to.travel for grass,| wnter or any'qtber. pur pose? The oase was dismissod. v < > t

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Coach Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

A Coach Accident. ; On'1 Sunday night: (the Coorna Express .states) as the Bombala mail coach was con voying the mails;to Cooma an accident oc curred' that ''wight; have-resulted fatally. It appears (according to th<J muilmah's. tale), that'a native, cat ran across the road when < the coach was' threo miles out.of Borabala, at which the horsH took fright, bolted, upset the trap, throwing the driver and a lady passenger,' aged. ' 60 years,' named Mrs. Tippin, violently to the ground. The driver, Green, escaped with a few slight bruises; but thepoor" old lady, was not so fortunate, she liaving! had' one :of her shoulders dis lnp.ntfid. - ..

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Premier's Health. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

- The Premier's Health. During the >pnst few days Sir Henry Park os has been. far from well, and on Thurs day! he wu's. so . much'' indisposed that his medical attendant 'advised him to return to Fiiulc!onbridne,and abstain for some time from taking part'ia publio business. ^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident to a Constable. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

^ 'Accident'to"a Constable. - An apcinorjt. of a.jVoryi puinlul nature'oc curred on Tuesday ' irior'ning 'to iCo'nstable. .Adams near'Junee^.l'He'iviras proceeding .'on horseback from" Junee Junction s to: Kindra on duty, along, a^traok vjvhich. he;had pre viously tray.elleds on iseveral'jaccasions,/a'n'd^ .which' .hHtbertor;bas^beenY\ul^fen6e^^^'^At'-'a,! .certain'point' on the road,,.lio\yevor^it:seems that affence was in1 courde'of construction, as so'mef-wire was;lying; across. .. He:, did not ^bservo;''tbis}v<iMa^his ?. horsey fell vheavily. iGonstabllB T Adams:had both, ar'ms^fracturedi ..roooivi'ng *in 1 a^'dition^afuseriousV/shakinQ*;» iUpontreoeipt:.of.:tlibVnews of,;the;aonident .in ? Wagga aj buggy< was/sent].outj >ahd'Uho'«suf ferer was brought' to tlie^-Iocal .hospital, where-Dr. Taylerj reduoad the fraotures. Expross.,c v " \ " 1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Chinese and Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

The Chinese , and Small-£!ox. It is stated,' and upon very pood authority, that within three days of the publication . of i ithe'.proclaination by -this Government db daring Hongkong to bo an. infected'oolony, a telegram was received by they Colonial. Secretary from the Government'.of Hong kong .intimating, that the health offlser had declared the place (free from any epidomio of : ;infectious or,r,i contagious 'disease,'- and* re 'questi'ng that the New South 'Wales .Gov-' eminent should notAenforce/'quarantine :against _.Hongkong. Mr, ' Piddingtoa has received' doopy. of,this telegram, and he in tends next' week in the Council to ask Sir John 'Robertsoni upon; what-authority. infnr Tnatiori 'had'been: 'received, by,,this :Govern "ment that small-pox was prevalent in Hong ?kong, 'andtalso .'iwhether-'they intended.* to. declare the port of London; an infected place.' Tlio interest of Sir'Alfred Stephen has also been excited in;the..matter,- and',next".week he intends to; askr thefr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Catholic Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

Catholic Literary & Debating Society. r,-Decidedly the largest' assemblage of the .members of lhis society:wo hiiyosesu forsomeJ Itim'o tooklplaoeat'their^usunlvweiskly .;meet-l[ ing in .the boys' schoolroom, Bourko-street, .1 on lust Thursday evening,-.*;The president? Mr. E.: Le Breton", \va3~in'tlifl chair, and all | the officers aud, councillors were present; Tho. mi nu tos of. the previ'ous meo tin g' w e ro, .with soma trifling objections,, adopted and I .>oo'nfi.r^»ed;"j! Miv(0. McAlister; senior (tlie'i treasurer), retjurned thanks1for his^ro-olection at thejpi'GviouB meoiingTto'aniofiico of such trust and,importance, and'promised/to cori Jtinuo hid" wontodMntorest in his.duties. Fivo; now members w'oro' adtniltGd;'and four were proposed. .A cons^Giablir augmentation of I the sooioty's.funds has; bVdn."effaoted;'througli;! the financial ubility of the; energetio secre tary, Mr. A. Bush man. c>- Those preliminaries; having! boon: dispb's'ed"o£/the' formal litera...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Escape from Goulburn Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

The Late Escape from.'Goulburn Gaol. The . ParramattaEvening;,Times,-says;s-, -George1 Smith Ray, or Ray SmitlTGeorge, us the oaso.mayj.bo, : aspires, to sucMfame as is implied in being callcd the Australian Jack Shejtpard. He is an excellent, carpenter is this'Ray: Smith"; anil a: bit of'a'1 Lothario'in^a* small way. When'he.was collated atVWagga on the charge of "breaking1 into Jiensonjs' ?tailoring; shop;-ho WHS iwi'deiyengngeinentfof ..marriage to ah sestiieticbarmaid there. -He had been travelling for four months disposing^ of tlie-proooeds'of Benson's and other clever" burglaries, but, smitten..with thie.chaVtns!of' the maid of the inn, he had settled.down to work at his - trade, - and 1 was;.employed".in .'.building a ibridge there, at" that time "in course of erection. The burglary at Walsh's was attempted for the purpose of raising, a fundito bo expended in defraying the cost of 'tying the nuptial skuot! an'd-,!furnishing/a dwelling. It is worthy of, remark that his apprehe...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

, . Conditional Purchases. The following selections wore made at the I Goulburn- land,'office on Thursday :-Fran I ois1 North',' 100 aores, -.parish. Bublullab, county Qoorgianaj: John McAlister, 50 acres, | pnrish -Laggari)' dounty Georgiand ; John "Hwarly, 50 aores pnrish Guineacor,, county r Argylo; Miobael .Hourly, 40 ncras, parish Guiueaoor, .county Argylo; Francis North, jnn., . 100. acres, parish Bublallah, county Georgians jx,1 Patricks Hearly, 40> acres, pariah 'Guineaoor,1 county Argyle.- .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

Oddfellowship. ; On Wednesday.evening- a meeting in con nection ' with " the Independent Order of Oddfellows was _lield at the Beehive Hotel for "the purpose of electing a doctor and 'receiving tho names of. those intending to ..join the order. , There was a good atteudaiico, and .Mr. Alexander Bushman occupied the chair. . The election of a medical officer took place by a show of handst and resulted in favour ot Dr. Carroll. It was decided to invito one of the grand masters from Sydney to come up on the i occasion of opening the lodge, .which cere mony will be gone through as early-as possi- j bib, more than the requisite number of mem- | bers (twenty-five) having now given in their i names.' . - ???. I

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

    Funeral. THE friends of JOHN A. BADGERY are   invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased   wife EMILY, to move from her mother's residence No. 2 Clifford-street TO-MORROW SUNDAY EVENING at 3 o'clock. JOHN KELLY.            

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FBIIUY NXGOT. The child Catherine Woods died of smuJl pox at tho Quarantine station this morning. A labourer named Johu Murphy was found iu an unconscious state upon tt»o foot path of Begeni-streot this morning, and before he could be got to tho infirmary, ho died. It is stated that when lie left home this morning, ho appeared to be in good health. ! The Australian Frozen Meat Company have received a telegram from the captain of the Protos, stating that the ves sel ! has arrived at Aden, and that an examination of the chamber showed tho contents to be in sound condition. The Royal Princes will lay the foundation stone of the new save, of-St: Tnomas's Church, North Shoiy, at ,11 o'elook to morrow. A collision ocourrad last night between the paeseuger and goods train at Parramatta. Luoltily both were going very slowly, and nobody was hurt. The goods engine mounted on. the passenger engino and wrecked the front part of it. It took more than an hour to cle...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, August 5. Before Captain Rossi and Mr. C.S. Alexander. NEGLECTING TO APPEAR ON BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 August 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FttiDAY, Atrausi' 5. 13oforo i Captain Rossi aad Mr. 0. f Alexander. NEGLUOTINO To AM'EAR ON BAIL., Sarnuul Needham, on leinaud, charged with sheep-stealing, wa's'callcd upon lo sur render to his bail j ho did not appearand his recognizances were ordered to be "es treated, and a warrant was issued for bis arrost. . ? ' ? - ? .. . " Later.-Bafore the same; magistrates.; / ; '? Samuel Needha'tn, on warrant, wuscharged with neglecting to appear to surrender to his bail;' ; , Senior-constablo Einerton doposed { About ll o'i'lotik to-day I ; urrested the prisoner '.outside'the oourt-house ; I read the warrant to hi oa ; he replied',-, that ho had been away to get hia hair out; and that hb thought he would have: been.in :time fur the court. . ' Mr.;Oarterj ,who appeared for the prisoner,' said that he had oomo to the court-house. Senior-sorgoimt iPanton applied to have the ? prisoner(rornarided to Nurrnndera, to appear on Wednesday, the 10th instant, and the applica...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

TIEEIEJ AND THE Imperial Beverages* LONG MAY THEY LIVE ! IN order to do honor to our Royal Visitors, the IMPERIAL PRINCE shall DISPOSE of the IMPERIAL BEVERAGES at a , CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION, FOR A SHORT TIME. And it is to he hoped that all objections shall be'laid aside to do justice to the worthy occasion in the jiulicioais enjoyuaeaat .of the Sniperlal SBevei'ag'es, for which the £nipea*aal B^riSlCC will be most grateful. i To be had ©MIT at the CORNER OF A CITY OF THUS OTTH.8 * moms. TAiLosm. imm. THE OEV IS STILL THEY COKE! AND WHY ? . ISecaiase wlaerever you jsro the cry Ss-"ISush MianVnay Tailor!" AND WHY ? Because -lie is the Cheapest'and. Best Tailor m . tbe Southern;1)istriet..' . AND HOW DO YOU ACCOUNT FOR THAT JEassly eaaough : Because he does all has own cut ting aaad selling; and wheaa Saturday, coaaies he has -only to pay Cor the .making..up ®trthegarment. -- No Five or Six to Share in the Profits. He also wishes to inform his Friends and the Public in general tliat h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

.-ST-raw . ..I CHAPTER XV.--CONTINUED. MR. PENTwpAiZis laughingly shook bis bond. . " Cannot be tliortnofs of breath, as they cal\dt. flown East,kir iri(ap«eiiy. for liquids tioji,, us they, say iu Congress; fori buy. Blade *it my business to ask tho landlord <>i this hotel, and ho tolls uie ho has trouseredj ilto'-dollars of your account as regularly as tfie' week coih.es round ! Don't eeo my way to it, I don't,.and. am fully chawed up for Tvant of evidence." "There is no par icular rosson why .1 should wish to leave this place," Baiii Mr. Pentweazlo--"on the monoy acoount, that is to Bay ;though X eonfoBS I have not seen any inducement for remaining in it; but, if you recollect, I asked you if accommodation could be found for two passengers ? I should go merely to look after the eafoty oi tho othor." " Muslin, by tho 'tarnal!" said the General,, expelling a long whiff of tobaoco Binoke; ' " Impossible/then ! Leonard could stand anything b.ut that!" . l.'{Nbrdo I wish...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MOENING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe or tyrants and the friend of man,—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, AUGUST 8. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

^mitjjeru §);t% Jlnjus. 3? TJ33I/ESHED EVERY MOENING ? Trulli, ever lovely ainito the world began, The foe or tyrants and the friend of man,-Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, AUGUST 8. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 4.) ALTHOUGH the impetus,given to land mono poly is the greatest evil conneoted with our Imid system, eiuoe it brings about a state of aff iirB wbiuh after legislation cannot easily re'uiwly, yc 'here are many other evils con nected with it. The tigh'.ness of the money market, and consequent check on enterprise causing distress through scarcity of remunera tive employment, and the depreciation in the value of property, during the last decade, are mainly owiug to the skilful manipulation ol the Land Act by astute financiers, who made tools both of the .government and tho.people to advanos their own interests. As we stated in a: previous article, the money rea lized by the rapid sale of land was placed in the banks ; it was lent by the banks to speculators to buy up land wholesale, and ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney llera[?].) LONDON, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

LATIiST BX CABLE. (J T'J'I the Sydney llerahl.) LONDON, AU«II*T 4; Jr in announce) thnt tho 'JRJpc+itLion. M, E. Gr»»t"Dufl', lata Under-SeL'i'ettiry, ufSiato fur iho O"loni-a, and ..ivh<; w-m rac«n'ly «p pitint-ii G"v< l'H'T "I'.BLfl'lr 8, in succHS^i'-n to ilia Ut'i «»<. Puri<fk Adam, has ho n mi:e<"dG:l iu tli.ii Colonial Ofilou l>v Mr. Lo.iimrd H. UuUituoy, inmnliHr for Liskeard. NATAL, August 4. Offi< ial tuleinims have b> on received to day Horn tliH TianavaHl, wliioh-stato thnttbe Homo Government luiving notified tlieir ap proval of ih« conditions of ponce agreed to by the Cutnmisi-ioii, the Convention was form Uy signed by tho members on either side yesterday. ~ . -LONDON, August 4, TIih Times tp-day publUhts ,a .paragraph which Bta'es that Turkish troops were re cently dispatched . from. Constantinople to Tripoli, in ordor to - w«tuh (lie interiB B of tho Porte in that dependency, under t'le commund of ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Miraculous Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Miraculous Escape. Oa Sunday afternoon two young men called at Moran's livery stables and enga^eil two horses, being beet on an evening's outing. Neither of the equtslians appeared to be at home on their nags, especially the one who was on a rather stubborn animal, and consequently the progress they made was slow. . When opposite the Presbyterian Oliurch one of the horses became raihwr restive, and the young men decidnd to chnnge places. No sooner, however, was this effec ted than the horso commenced to rear up, and then suddenly fell backwards with its rider, who fortuuatety was thrown clear of danger, and sustained only a trifling injmy to his nasal org»n. This contretemps appa rently upset the intended pleasure, trip, for the hdrsftwsere led back to the htiibles, and' no doubt the rest,of the »fternoon was spent1 'in congratulations over the lucky eeoape. .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

' I'Hi-. .....iiHAV.Vfw/j-ij ,j-! i'V 'fl.b 5J i, >v I -LnJii » , i I ' VP-''"idJi ' f.-'roaii '.»«.* -.fiyJiisfi Vttute liftilRlCiPHElfEiIKlffi, VS! A' TiO ?? "-^ ( i. * f» tJ.i Wanted, EXPERIENCED "STEADY SOBER MAN as GH001J, COACHMAN, and GENERALLY USISIfUL. : Rcferencea required'.: :App|v.'»- ; ... , LEOPOLD YATES. ; ' . 1 " Yas's. Mo.MCC.v....' . - THERE is now running in my Paddocks ONE BAY FILLY,unbi'iinded,risingtwo years old. The claimant oun linve her by UHtiafactorily abort1. ing"ownersbip. "Apply to . MICHAEL GLENNANV ...Jorrara Creek. Wheeo, 3id August, 1881. A Xe t, ,. SIX-ROOM COTTAGI1 (lnrgo" Gaiden and 1 Tank) at IFIELD ; possession on MONDAY. : ; - ; JOHN O'BRIEN, _ " Imperiul Hotel. ' Wa c*£e<l. ISeiit, .. : v 11 wit'10"1 Bight of Purchase. ?jHf! f| YV in tlie G.miniii? Dialrict, a HOUSE,' will)': a'VbnnsidorabloJ orua of j^Bse&LANp ATTACHjiD.- Addre«s,with particu.aiv, to" _ _ *7 . WM.'H. OURISTIEi . . . Surveyor, 1 - ' . J " P.O., Gtiniiiii...

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Compliments of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

Compliments of the Season. Mr. W. GK O'Naill adds the following fop* notfl to tlie adveriisini'nt in his brother's puper of the Bnleof cricketing materals While thanking the individual whoiusnrtfd the above advertisement in the Age,'I' taunot pardon his impudence in fixing a sale of miue at Soott's Hotel. Mr. Gale should have pre vented this." Fine times tbosa when »uc tioqoers won't sell where their constituents wish them 5 times when an auctioneer cun afford to grossly insuh'hiseniployera; fine times indeed whoti eveu the poor printer ia supposed to know an auutioneer'a business better than his own. Mr. O'Neill was not our customer in this transaction ; we had our customer alone to pleasa; and " while; thanking" Mr. O'Neill for collecting our. advertising acouunt, as we are informed he has done, we cannot pardon his impudence"! in'inolleoting our account without' authority. -Queanbeyan Age.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 August 1881

'./.LONDON,. : ' " ' FRIDAY.;.;; I. More fighting 'has,(taken ,place ^amongst (rival:tribesin.Zululand. .. A force of Zulus, 'oommtindod1 by ;'John: Puan, -havo' disns jtrously defotitedtlie*! Oh'iof. Si ti mol d at the'1 ;hea(V of a strong body of'warriors; i V'Tlie,! Einporors, ,of. Austtia. and Gfermony ,bave: met and lield'^an iutorview,; thos objeot: ;o*£w^iiioh is, it.is said, ,to;eudouvour'to'dbyiae' :8omBrmearis by wbioh .tbe'.peaoo of:-Etirbpe: joon''b^be,tter;prespi^^ jlik.e,fo6lingnprovailing.in tho Soulli. I 'The IriBh Land Bill is under consideration1 jtjyjfie'House of-Lords in oomimiitep,; i^vofai [important amendments havo beeu aubmiited. ;and,parried.-r ?<a

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