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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

.\V Auction Sales. '\y i Tuesday, Uth -July^ 1890. r^ -% ft. E. HADMSON _ . J ?ttTTTILL Sell by Public {motion at bio Salo W Rooms, Bombnla nt., Delegate on TUESDAY, tho Kith JULY Nex*. at 2 p m., obarp, ?„ V % OnBeoonntof Me. Quo. B.Davis, ' i. quantity of Sawn Timber. Gate, Water Barrel, wind'a^o mounted, atTunnoIon Snod gra'8 on Wollondibby Kun. On account of difiVrent owners, 310 Garden Pulinfto, 320 Booflnfj Palinjja, Battens, &o., . ? Quantity oE Drapory, Boyo' Clothing, etc. 1 Single Bujjcy find Harness. 'Without Reserve. Terms Cash. Mortgagee^ Sale, ' '.'-- , ' Tuesday, 14th July, 1896. ( CertiBcated Conditionally - purchased 1 - Land and Town Allotments. HAS received instructions from the Slorfc gogsoa to Boll by Pablio Auction at bis Sale ttoonio, Bombala-sl., Dologato.on TUESDAY, Kth JULY, 1890, r.t 2 p.m., the following piopsrty ?.— 60 aorea of CP. L~nc3, colccfcsd iJovmbir 1877, portion 1 10, parish, oi! Ht-ycion, G xnilea from Dalcgato, on Junction Station, all...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

FOR ? ,,l; LASSITUDE, .v,v TORPIDITY, I,'''*'!'-5 SOUR STOMACH, ',' -'',','. - INDIGESTION, ' '' '?/;?',' HEADACHE, '?- ' - i V BACIGYCIIE, &c., Take a couple- of Flotcher'fr Pilla every ' Becond night ; they nve a prompt and suro cure and givo certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS aro a quick, Euro and reliable romedy for all complaints arising from torpid liver, inditreaHnn wouk stomach, and ? impurities of tho blood. They aro prepared on lational and sonsiblo lines and do not contain a particle of oalomol, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operuto by per fectly natural means, by stimulating the ?liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and pain of griping and purging. Bownrcof tho many himnful substitutes on so.lo in many shops. None aro genuine unless thoy bear tho signature of F Mooro Oloments on tho outMde wrannor' CLKMEXXS TONIC and FLETCIIKR-S PILLS havo booonio such household words that imitations- are frequently offered. Wo contond ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. JEWS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

€&Me. Utemas. :''. ./ .'..?? JEWS IN RUSSIA. ' The St. Petersburg ' paper' Wjedomosty otates that the JRuosian, Government has decided to permit foreign Jewa to entpr the Empire .without :xoforoncp .to .'the. nature of thoir calluig. '.???? ?'.-,?,: ;.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

Mining Items. , (From tho Parabula Voice.) The Mount Gahan Company oleaned up at their oynnidc plant last %vook for a cako of smelted gold weighing ClOoz. This wun principally from olimcrf. There ia etill a considerable quantity of tail ings in the water dam for troatmqnt, which will bo put th-ough now that tho weather hou taken up. The Mount Lewieson Company aro in treaty for putting a largo quantity of thoir occond-claua ore through. . a local battory. Hitherto all oro from thio mine has been cent tvway, oithor for aalo or treatment. ?There io considorablo diversity of opinion ao to the permanency of tho iinda at Wolumle. Claim lioldors, however, appear oatiuficcl, and r.ra asking big firjurco for iutorcsta. During tho pejj half year tho Commer cial Bank at Cobar haa forwarded to the Mint 7293oz. oi! gold',.aa against CG35o?:. . ? for tho \7holo oi! last year. . Tho Mint returns for the half-year onded SOtb. Juno show that tho quantity' of Now South. Wales gold received -was 103,7...

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Wolumla Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

v Wolumla Goldfleld. .', ([TPjfona tte BeqaTStandaiid.) Thh Proajpi'ctors1 'claim in situated nbout three-^riartoie bfVniile W.S W. from tho local Post 'Office, '?fh* Country to it io Tugftfad^tind -fdrlhe*vdba1z part ciame-, r -g6od-' -quality ?'&£ sbil, showing frpqiiout » bIo'WBv ' dhd pdt^hos - of ' outcroi)i)in£r ntone/ Frorit tho hill -where the gold is being wbu a tnost comprehensive and 1 pictureaquo view vi our lovely district is obtained. Amongst other eights. Morim bulu LiilvC dit-plaje itbel£ iii tho S.E., just -it tho baeo of tho kill aa it were, and further off ond in a different direction tho -famed Ilount Gchan, Painbula, is plainly ccon, vrliilo in tho oppo3ito diroc tion tho country otrotchoo, graon and fertile, towards Be -jc and . Candolo. All the availablo Crown land, extending perhaps 2^ mile i 'by ono mile, is pegged out, and io o£ r decidedly rough nature to explore. Somo c o dioposed io peg oa^ ?n adjoining private land- but -this 3ro^uirc3 formrliLy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

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Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Western Australia. FROM THE SNOWY RIVER MAIL. A TRIP FROM COOLGARDIE TO LAKE CAREY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

'r ' 'W.h,- .- ?-???? ?-.'.- ??.?.-?? ??:.? ?. v '.-.:? V ,.; ':+-\ Western Australia. A TBIP FEOM COOLGARDIE TO LAKE CAKEY. FnoM tub Snowjt Rivrii AIaii,. We have recoived another interesting letter from Mr. J. Boland, a gentlemen well-known in mining circles in the Bondoc district, who left for Went Australia about six months ago. The letter reads : — Immediately after writing to the-' Hail' from Coolgartie, .myself and party (.?quipped ourjL'lves to take a trip to Lake Carey, a distance of over 200 miles to juorth-eaot, and as you invited me to give your roadcra an idea of tho mines, it will not, perhapo, be out of place if I give you an acconnt of our trip. When we started from Coolgardio with plenty of stores, toolo, and all tho paraphorualia that prospectors require, wo travelled in a duo north direction nnd passed several mining catnpa, until we caino to Mouufc Burgoas ; this is sup :-. . posed to tie tho highost mountain in ' ' '? ^'West Australia, but it seems to me to bo n...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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BORDER SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

BORDER SMUGGLING. Owing to representations made to the Customs Department of Victoria that the smuggling of live stock across the border is very prevalent, stringent supervision, is now being exorcibed, and tho permit system has been gioatly curtailed, ren dering smuggling by that means impos wible. Aq officer of tho department has boon visiting tho border towns and mailing inquiries with a view to giving effect to drastic measures to prevent gen eral smuggling across tho border. v

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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GOLD SPECIMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

GOLD SPECIMENS. On Saturday Mr. P. Foley, of Dolegato River, exhibited to us several specimens of quart/5 taken fiom the reef lecently found nt Biown's Camp, on the Now South Wales side of tho bolder. Tho stone, which is a bluish quartz, shows gold fieely. On Wodncsday Mr. II. A. Wood showed us a number ot specimens from tho sarao reef, ohta'n.-'d at a depth of 8ft, from tho curfaco, which were literally Btudded with gold, showing that the oro increases in richness as tho shaft gooa down. Tho shutu has been traced for a distance of o0£ t. This io tho iirst icef discoveied on tho N.S.W. side of tho border in this locality giving promise of good results, and wo trust something good is in &toio for tho prospectors.

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That Eccentric Parson. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

Tlmt EcceaMc JParaon- , The notorious Rev. J. Clarke has again, come into collision with the police. lie was biought befoie Mr. J. W. F. Addison, S.M., at the Paddington Police Court on Thuisday, upon a charge of behaving in a riotous manner in Cowper-street, Wavorley, on Saturday night last. Senior-constable R. Stone gave evidence to the effect that on Satuiday evening ho saw the accused in a horn &hop in Waverloy making various gestures. Theie weio about 600 pcoplo crowding outaido Iho shop, caubing a complete block to the traffic. He was under the influenco of liquor. When walking along Cowper-streeb ho was waving his slick over hit head and insisting upon pedestrians keeping away fiom his right hand side. Senioi-constablo Bowler stated thut whon the accused was seaiched at tho polico station a bottle of rum and a bottle of wino were found in his possession. Tho accused in defence stated that he was out for a walk and wont into a ham shop to obtain something to tako home ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items Of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

Items of Spori. The Australian crioketora have shot their bolt. What haa become of M'Kibbin ? Ho is never asked to bowl now. Tho Officer is a beauty, and the prido of Mr. S. G. Cook's stable. Keep your oyo on The Officor during the coming carnival. Trentham ia now aa muchi favoured as Wallaco for the Molbourno Cup. His price is shortening rapidly. The Harvester's legs are causing a good deal of anxiety ; they are very puffy and perilous. Our little Paris is known across the ocean as 'tho hardy old Australian.' « By tho way, the game little goor is being . heavily handicapped of late ; lOst with 101b penalty 13 too much by far. The Admiral,1 ouo of tho inosl fancied and finest looking horees of many yeare? goes to the stud. Tho highly bred dam Orange, Blossom is dead in the vicinity of Toowoornba, The Australian horse Candid has won a four milo raco at San Francisco. ' The distance vraa covered in 7min. 21'gec. The horsoa so fur fancied for tho big Melbourne gallop arc Wallace, Troht...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DELEGATE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

DELEGATE POST OFFICE. The many friendB of Mr. C. Stuart, our getfial postmaster, who hao bopn absent from his duties for two months on sick leave, will bo ploasod to learn that ho is now convalescent, and is onco again at his post. Mr. Coulter, who was in chargo during Mr. Stuart's absence, left for Pambula on Sunday. During his short stay amongst us, Mr. Coulter made a host of friends, and by his obliging and courteous demeanour, won the respect of all having business with tho post-office, lie is an officieut officer, and as one whoso services aro worthy of recognition, we hope shortly to loam of his having re ceived promotion.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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QUADRILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

QUADRILLE CLUB. The first of a series of dances under tho auspices of the Delegate Quadrille Club eventuated on Thursday night last in the hall adjoining Mr. Booth's store. There was a very fair attendance, and those who participated in the ovoning's amusement enjoyed themselves right merrily. It ia the intention of' the club to hold these socials fortnightly during the winter months, the second o£ which takes, place on Thursday night nest. Dancing is a delightful and healthful exerciso, and tho club are to be com mended upon the highly respectable manner in which tho social was con ducted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

The progress during 1895 of .the oldest American, Life Insurance Office, the M utual Life of, New York; ; beats its own. previous record. The . advance ; of, ' the. Company will- be appreciated when -it-is known 1 that of 29.. ,Lifo ? Insurance Companies doing the;; principal work. in .this lino in the;United Statea, the Mutual Jjife of , New York obtained new business, fi paid. for'' in 1895 equal tp:one;-iifth: of the. 118W, insurance ;' issued' . by these pffices.t :- It -held one-fifth- ;of -all- the InsuTance;dn . force -and of - all, theassetg acbumulated,.;; and it received ,one-:flfth Jiallj-tho ^np,ual .incomps.— ^Advt, : ; '

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CRAIGIE RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

CRAIGIE RIFLE MATCH. The handicap rifle match promoted by Mr. II. A. Watson waB shot off at Craigie on Saturday last, and was, beyond all doubt, a decided suceess. Tho weathei was favorable and the attendance good. The entries wore large and competition keen, and much inteiesfc was centred in the evont. Mr. Jackson, teacher of the Cruiffie Public School, carried of£ tho first prize, defeating Mr. G. Armstiong, wo undei stand, by ono point Mr. Jackson also appropriated the pigeon shooting swoep. We were in hopos of receiving a report of the day's proceedings fiom our coriespondont, but he has apparently forgotten that wo are still in this vulo of teais.

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Neglected Requirements. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

- ??'lybgilccictl.'-'ElsgsLFeiiasits-'' Wu exfaacfc the. following ariiole, whidb: ehould bo' of ihterebtto lesiae'nta over the-. ,border,.froin tho' Snowy Eivor Mail'.:-^- . ' The. criminal neglect .of tho.Goyera ment in, regard .to- tho requirements for the settlement oil East Gippsland is simply scandalous- From Bairnedale.to the Genoa Eiver, and to -/Delegate, for1, hundred d of mile?, there is not a. road that ia passable. In parts tho people ;are' oimply starving. The xoads being im paGo'abld for -traffic^, supplies can only bo' obtained- at famine prices, and, in some1 inotaaceo, .not at all'. Onlj- a week or so ago men camo eoeo forty mileo for cup plies, and. were forced to remain in Or bbst, bccauGa thoy could not travel on. lio'rBO or root, Nob only this, but trade is being diverted, from .parts of our die triot to New South Wales, Much of the gold yielded in tho country Iind3 its way to Sydney y ^ovenua and-.omplojmont aro diverted in a way, disastrous and suicidal.. And...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DELEGATE TO ORBOST MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

DELEGATE TO ORBOST MAIL. The Goongerah correspondent of the S. E. Mail writes :— At tho end of the month (June 30th) Messrs. Foley Bros, retire from tho Delegate to Orbost road, where they have carried the mail faith fully and punctually for about six years. Through enow or flood they have always studiod the interests of the public, fre quently at the risk of their lives, and not a single complaint has been mado for neglect during their term. At this end, Mr. Joe Foley has made himself a popu lar, favorite, and by his civil, obliging, and upright disposition has won many friends and well wishers, who will mips him on the road he has ridden on for so many years. [In Delegato Mr. Joe Foley has also made many friends, and has the goodwill of the community. — Ed, Arguh.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

Have you provided against the severity of our . . ..u llanaw Winter? J— You oannot do better tnan pay a -visit to the BUSHMAN'S FRIEND STORES, Delegate, where all your wanta will be carefully attended to, you will have New Goods, bought for this season, and suitablo for 'protection against the .Frosts and Snows we all expect. i During my last visit to Sydney I purchased at the very lowest rates a good stock of Winter Clothing, ~-\ -;1 .';'? ' Warn^P^gss, Materials, ; y/ r^pol^s^S'df l/fbojlen Goods, W acmtbshe^ , ?' w-.» ^^ '- '* *» ^' ? - J ! '-l^ia^^if-jL «-:-* Jackets '^&- Ulsters. Elankets/:^;^.':';^fSJjA YiU^' Flannels, .. .... '?: 7 uu, Warm Underwear. AND WILL OFFER AT EXCEPTIONALLY iM^a^'Vl* ' WOMEN'S ?/.«-' ' jackets! Jaekeb! -:ftQ».5& THREeIqtJARTER CLOAKg, (iREPON!CAPES, CLOAK&,!FTJR & FEATHER ' r ' BOAS, FEATHER TRIMMINGS, &c. I have secured the sole agency for Delegate for, the' celebrated T BOOTS, and mine is the only store in De...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

[;'$ General News. ? -A ? ? Life in Johannesburg. — A recent ac count in a London paper of lifo and society in Jolianneoburg doe3 not speak highly for that capital f horo aio edu cated'and refined peoplo thoro. but they are in a minority. Among them are the -i.ionn.mnn. tho physicians, and tho pro fos&ionol mor and thcii families But -the'swoll-i' jto tho mme-0T,ncrn, most of thorn millionaire i Their v.oraon are ?vulgar creatures, t.ith djed Luir and cosmetic complexion*. Thoj ^ ear loud oostumey, and are covered! ,/lth diamonds in tho day time Many of them aro ox actrosses, ovborraaido, and ea.-ohopgirls, andthov tuoto bo coon driving all day long about llio cticota oZ Johannesburg in their gorgeous carriages Tho men aro also loud, m~r-y of t^cra of tho ag greasholy IleL^c iy^r, md cio in. tho habit of dri.iKinc chfmp gna at 20s a tattle at ary lioui of the day. Tho balls and partica given by ibr- ' svolb' aio sumptuous and. vulgar. I- lowers are sent m-aiy hundiedo of rni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896

The Marianty Rheumatism Cure ! C1URE CUBE for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout, etc., In tho only Ev-al Permanent Caro known. © It gives Relief in tbre« hours, and offeoto a O are in 10 to 40 days, according to the nuvority ot tho oaso. It has no rival or nqual. Haa cured hundrodd ot tho tnoat hopalooo caHca, and in a Godnond to tho poor oufforor. 'Wo oond ndvico FJiEE. To thoco uoinR tbo MARIANTY CURE, — doa'tdo9p:iir, but Bond dutailo of your outforingn, ond goto oapply of tho MARIANTY CUBE. Wo havo Toaiimonialo from rainy v/ho havo beon loner Siffororc — givon up by Doctor? — who nro nov? pnrm^nontly curnd. Tho MARIANTY REMEDIES, undnr PROFESSOR WATEBHOU-SE'S Tr.'ntment, mil euro you, whon all otho o foil. Tho ilARIANTY CORE !b oont direct to nny cddroao.ca rocoipt of Pnotal O-doror Stamp*), corofully Backed, and Poot Freo— 2/G, 0/-, ond 7/0 per bottlo, ov thrco 7/6 bottloo for XI; iuUcouroo, 35a Marianty ESfieisMatism amdi (Scrnst Pills, 2/6 par bos. Special double conreo, 303.; ordin...

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