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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896
??;? ::;..::i ^.j;.V.Jfipw8-Md.;N.6tM1*!:??iIi?:'- :; ? i, *,i . V ? - w ? : — ; ? ? » ?? ? ? .Transfer of leasehold registered.— '-.'- Ohao. Simpson, 85 aoreu, Cabanandra, to ^SLGojld. ? ??... ,.,:. The Civil Sorvioo CommiRaionera may flad.themoolveu aummarily rotronohcd. ;.-??'?', Governor Hampdon haB not bcon quito , co much bored of late. ???.'. Aeitohnoboonrecorvod by'thoGovrrn ? ?,. men tat Edon for tho erection of public '?;.'?; b'atha. .???',;??'?- A eclo of Crown Lando at Bombala io '.....? notilled in tho Gazuxii: for tho 20th. . ??/ ???'?;': . AugUBt. .?????.' ..'?'. ? ?? Ex-Sherifc' CovrpGr doo3 not tsko bio ???/. v.1-'' ? retrenchment kindly. By tbo way, ho , ?':';? '?'?;'; vras alwayo considerate to tho unfortun ates in the condemned coll. There icTona Civil Gotvant who is suro ? : of hiB billot — tho common hangman.' .'. . Many of tho prominont Civil corvants who havo bcoa retrenched cro ambitious to get into Parliament. They may yot ; be ayonged. Nearly all tho type-...
DELEGATE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 July 1896
DELEGATE HOTEL. By reference to an advertisement in an other column it will be seen that Mr. C. W. Evans has commenced business in the above hotel (formerly known as the Nor thumberland hotel). ' Charley' is well and favorably known in this district, where by his genial disposition he has made numerous friends, which should ensure him success as a boniface. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
? -* i ' ' 1 Have you provided against the severity of oar Bliinaro Winter? You connot do better tnan pay a visit to the BUSHMAN'S FRIEND STORES, Delegate, whore all your -wantH will bo carefullv attended to, jou will have Now Goods, bought for this* season, and Biutablo for protection against the Frosts .and Snows -W o all expect. ' ^ ?. — ? — ?'??..? r ? ? ? ^ — During my last visit to Sydney I purchased at tha^vory lowest rates a good stock of L Winter Clothing, y ' Warm 'Dress Materials; l ; All classes of Woollen Goods, Macintoshes, x l % ' ', - ? Overcoats, .^ r Jackets! & Ulsters. Blankets, Flannels, Warm Underwear. AND WILL OFFER AT EXCEPTIONALLY iW PRICES. WOMEN'S. SuMsl 4aaMs! ftpw5s. THREE-QUARTER CLOAKS, CREPON CAPES, CLOAJKS, FUR& FEATHER ^ BOAS, FELVTHER TRIMMINGS, &c. I have secured tho sole agency for Delegate fortho celebrated T BOOTS, and mine is tho only Btore in Delegate that stocks the genuine article. MEN'S STANDARD SCREW BLUCHERS stampe...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
-;????' ] ? Gencral-Kews.; v;:..':: ?? ? . The Retrenchment ix the Piratic Service. ? A good deal of surprise has 'been oxpvessed at the salaries which have been iixed in e-. mo instimc'B by the Public Servie.) Board, both in regard to 'increntH-R and docreasM. We undemtand it. regard to thie matter that whore altern ti,,nA.ivo been mndo the oalnry lia& been iixed for the oilico find not for tho oiheor. No Blur whatever is intnuded t- bo ct.st by the board on any ofnci-r. Tho boi.rc linn simply allotted the salaries regarded ?? as appropriate to the pcwitioiw. \ Ghastly Crime.— The Auckland ' ' polico have arrested Charles iMatson, a rabbitor, near Lawrence, Otago, on a charge of wife murder. In Fobiuary lastthe priooner'o wifo mysteriously disap ' pearcd, but Dubecquontly her clotheB ?were found in a bundle in a rivbr. All search for tho body howover failed, and ' tho foto of the woman woo not known until Monday last, when hor remains woro discovered wrapped up in sackcloth...
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
Current Topics. v ? Fkch our! Sydney Cohrkspondknt. Tun public certainly have no reason tc be soX-iefied vriths-the work of the Civil Service- Board.- Especially in their re visions and recommendations in tlio Department of Justice have thoy failed . to win popular couiidonco. Those who havo j;iven thi3 subject conafileratiofi ? ? have long recognised the wisdom ai^d imcoRsity of placing pr'vfossionally trained men as-iwigiatratos in our police, courts. The extent of a\ Police .Magis trate's- jurisdiction ia so great that it is in certain districts becoming a menace to tho publio thatmon who know nothing of the Igw which thoy ore by & legal fiction supposed to adm.iniot.er, ehould adjudi cate on- 'matters bc- largely effecting the property and liberty of ilia' people. A magistrate can, outside the limits of th6- . metropolitan district,- in patfcy sessions, .; deal with any cfcse where fclio amount in volved doi3 not'oxceod £80'— a sum large, enough to make' or rtiin many. A...
Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
MSmimg . E«s ? (From tho Pambula Voicb.^ The old Vulcan claim has been again re pegged by ICisa and party. Several1 good cruahinga' wore taken frons this claim in the early days of- the' field, and it ia be lieved that with : tho cyanide treatment good payable ore ctill remains. Two oxpor.to are c-xpected :']rom Sydney to report on Bland's - Proprietary- on be half of two different syndicates. At the Pambuln Company's- mine- ex» tonoivo works-aro in pxogroao which' will all ton d to leaaen the coat of handling the ore. A capital hproo-v/clk . baa been mado for %7orldng tho avhip, .whilsfc a tramway ia being built out from the brace of the main shaft on- which trucks will run and deposit the ore in an im mense hopper, from which draya will load and cart the ore thence to the bat tery.' Main shaft ia down nearly -MOft. ; the sinking is pretty wet. 'At the 76ft. level there is ore which is estimated to be Worth an: ouoce to the tori: - This com pany's shaft, on' lease No. 203,. tho sin...
Delegate River. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
©elegate.EaveF- .???' : ; (From ouii Cobeespondent.) It will be of special interest to the mint ing community of this district to learn that Mr, Foster will submit his Mines Act Amendment Bill to the Victorian Parliament during this session. -As the prospector's and tributor's lot will be materially improved as a result of the passage of tbo measure, its fate will be anticipated with considerable interest by. those directly affected by its provisions, of whom there is a goodly number in this district. The bill also . deals with the question of mining' on private pro perty, and prevents the landowner exact ing exorbitant rates for mining on his. land, as has hitherto been. -the- case. Some such measure is sorely neededr and its compilation could not bo entrusted to safer hands than our member's, who is undoubtedly a practical miner. By the bye, Mr. Foster. appears to have entirely forgotten this corner of his con stituency. It ia now some four years or more since he last visited us, ...
DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
? jyiSWSENr The. Story of a Singer. BY EDNA~ LYALL. \ (Att Rights ' !Re9erved.) ? CHAPTER I. 'A. voice of . ? ? hfnvonly awo'tnopo, with thftt'roody thrill in it which you have heard ia tho thruoh'o oven posr.' : ? Omvr.n Wendell HotMns. * HF.n name ie Doroon,' oaid Mas Here ford, laying emphatic) strong on the Ia3t syllable. : 'Why do you inoiafc on call inc hor tho little Colleon Bawn ?' ' BeeauDG nhb invariably wo&ro that red I*. Colloon Bawn ' cloak,' ropliad kio cousin 'TMiriam, with a glcmn. of ainuso . ttGnt'In hoi: 'dark oyo3. 'Probably. like charity, it bidoo a multitude of ? sine; foYI fancy tlio O'Ryono aro vary' poor and of tho ohabby gontoel sort. My old Frczicb. govornoao would havo called tho clock a ' Couvitn doukeuh..' ' 'Who aro you opoaking about, my .dear?' oaid Lire. Hereford, looking up frojfl her embroidery frame. ♦Why, aunt, about tho littlo Irioh girl that Mr. Desmond end Mas toko ' such, delight in studying. 'Wo found 'her in difficulties one day wi...
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
CLEARING SALE. Me. E. Booth, of the Federal Stores, announces by a supplement in thia issue that in consequence of his lease of tho present premises expiring on the 1st of October, he has decided to hold a great clearance sale, during ?which goods will be simply thrown at the' public, prior to removing to his new premises, now in course of erection.
Craigie News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
Craigic News., (mOJI OUR COItB35SPONDi;NT.) I must apologiso for neglect in not send ing particulars o£ rifle match last week, but I expected the promoter would have done bo, and ho apparently expected tho correspondent to do it, and eo the matter waa left undone. I have' oiuco obtaiuod full particulars, which will be i'ouiid at tho foot'. However, you wore certainly right in saying that the affair waa a great success, for such a crowd haa not been seen at Craigio for many a day. The nhooting all through was of a high claBS, and the promotor should feel gratified. Tho scores were aa follow - — '?'?? 100 200' 000 ' Name, ydo ydo yda Hdcp TU. Q. Armstrong CO 2G 23 25 lOi H. Jackson (2) 31 26 28 10 104 G. Taylor ...' 28 29 24 15 88 M. MoLeod ... 26 19 SO 19 91 T.Bryant .... 33 27 24 0 93 H. Jackoon ? 20 25 27 16 93 H. Watson -..' 29 20 2-i 19 02 H. Steuarfc ... 29 2-i 25 12 CO E. Tiernoy ... 2i 21 21 10 88 H. Forre3t ... 26 23 21 15 G3 J. Foltis ... 26 25 ' 23 10 84 A. Tanker ...? 28' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
rfTmurwD' a t «^ orniir\i3 ii1 ir ii' ii1 li iitii? ?;; ijr Jii JN JLii A±j o ± L- JX J!j Ji.iiji!j Jr Jaiv. '' '?'??'?'^?J- ':/Hv--'l.::^-i ..' ' '-v '::? :::-' : ;J':-:'- ?-- .'. ???';^'^''--v 'ffifo,,V ?;'?'?' ?:??'?, :'- ':' :'' a;^ large; and wh^i^lect^ '.. Drapery, CJrbcer^ ? .: ' '??',,' ..TO'- y60c^'&&^i}viLo_ii^^^S&W&^^ '.v ??'? ?? '??'??' ?? ?-? :; y* -Q- ?'???'-? ? ?'?' ? v\vv:^:-;:t-^ :-. !y-\. ??? ? ?? ??? - ? ? ' ?. ' . ; ..... ., - ,..'!?' ..?...,.??''. ?'.? ?.-.-?'; ' ? ? ; Only First-class Goods; i^|| ^n ^ Stock ILUlrlr u uSll\ly^ AB^fiO ALL '» aiSiEID PIANOS ? °^Eft ' ? ^^ ? ?? ? — t™™™. ^ v GOOD 1CT0B P1II0S .; ?' ?_ 'MAK'ERS. - ; Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Our Prices are very low for strictly Gi«-t class Pianos for Prompt Cash or Time . ..;.' l'a-went ' The Best Tone and Jlo^t Ktli.iUo. Fiom £7 upwards. BRASS BAND1 and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MLr^ -o.:-. ?'.?'???????? -o33a QE0RQE STREET, ?cS^^^sat*^. ? yjfl;.i\'~g.j...
Delegate Police Court. (Before R. L. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P.) MONDAY, JULY 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
Delegate Police €®wt. ' ?; MONDAY, JULY IS'th. (Before K. L. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P.) John Callaghan, in custody, ; pleaded i guilty to a churge of using obscene language. ?/'?,.?. . ? ? : ? . The Bench in addressing the offender said : You have been 1 4 times convicted for a similar offence. The lanmiaffe 1 you are charged with using is- simply disgraceful, and, moreover, it was Used to your wife. You have been let off time after time with a caution. The . sentence Mr. RodwelUgaye. you tho last time you were befpro the Court should have,been a warniiig to you, but appar ently it has noti You have got one of tho best women possible for' a, wife,- and tho way you treat he'r ia 'scandalous. I intend to deal leniently with you 'this time,, not out of' any consideration; for ( you, but on account of ' your wife ; and the condition she is in. 1' If 'over :you , , ?coma beforp me again it. will be a very serious matter for you,' as' I shall give you the full penalty, and I 'think you know ,rae...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
COMMERCIAL. Mr. G. E. Maddison reports having sold by public auction at Delegate on Tuesday last on account of mortgagees : 2 allot ments of land, Orr st., Delegate, at .625 16s to Mr. I-\ Rankin ; 1 allotment, Craiffie-st., £20 os, to Mr. R. Witton ; 50 acres laud on Junction Statiou, 31s per acre, to Commercial Banking Co. of Syd ney ; 300 acres land, six miles from. Delegate, to Mr. R. Witton. Also buggy, timber, and other articles at good prices.
Dellicknora Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
- PeMclmoipa . ? EHissapg. (Fnoii oue Correspondent.) I have to roporfc a now find this week. ,It was made by Mr. L. Quinn, of Delo gato IUvar, in the . vicinity of a creek known as tho Pipeclay, and in a northerly .direction from the Coolc-ardic mino. Ho ' .had beon out wallaby shooting and came upon tho surface, specimens by mere acci dent. Ho and Mr. P.Foley, oenr., cat to work as soon as possible to find tho reef, which they did, and was awarded for their troublo by unearthing a. reef 8 inches -wide, studded with gold, I vras shown some Gplendid specimono by Mr. 'Fo'ey, but it is premature yet to say whether or ndi it will be permanent, ao the reef is only cut intone place. Tho stone, is of a strange character in com parison with the stone of other claims of the district. The find is in Now South Wales, not far distant from tho border. The Bonanza tribufora aib buoy' getting out another crushing. , I hear ixbhi good ' authority that the Bonanza (now restyled Tho Dellicknora Deve...
IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
IMPROVEMENTS. Delegate will shortly begin to present a more town-like appearance, as in addi tion to a large brick dtore which is being erected by Mr. Booth, ££450 to £500 has 'been granted fer tho orection of a Post ana Telegraph, Office, and the Minister for Justice has approved of cortaiii addi tions and alterations to tho Court and Watoh-house, and £G00 has been placed on the estimate to provido for the cost of the work. Thia ia a sign o£ progress, liy tho way, when is our School of Arts building likely to be commenced ? This matter bus fallen vory ilat of late.
Mining at Bonang. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
Wnimg at Bonang. (PBOM OUR COUItnSFONDKNT.) : p0RiN'oth,e^las,t, fortnight; tliore has been : vyiry little done at the mines excopt pog Wgingpufr in expectation oil a boom setting ','in'i', -which '. 1 am afraid id as far of £ as ?ever, as I am told that Mr. Mather, who ^v.enit to town for the purpose oil iloating ' Home of the .recta, could do nothing '* /whatever, o\»ing to the reefs being too email. It eecma very much no if it is not rich atone that is wanted, but a largo body of stone containing patohoa of gold, wherefrom assays can be obtained to ex cite the public into buying shares. The 'capitalist does not depend on the quan tify of gold in a mine to increase his wealth, but contrives to gull the public by putting comething on the market that ' appears big on paper. An tho reefs bore are certainly email ' there is very little hope .for tho owners of getting lifting machinery on tho ground, thorofore the only thing thoy can do is to work as far down as they can, and go in sea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896
.' NOTICE. i rilHE Undersigned will receive PRODUCE 1 JL ' at MillinRton's Booms, Delegate, on , . Friday and Saturday of each week. Highest CASH Price Riven. W.'N, STONE. LAMES' SAFE€ibTARB)- , (Registered). f ADIES!! FRENCH 'SAFETY PILLS JLi uio tho quifkaati, Sntwr, and hoar, m-idi cine for restoring Regularity, no matter why i ,or, how long delayed. Taoy NEVER fail! Take no others ! Bos, cont frco from Obsorva tion, 7/C, Extra Strong, 20/. (jjuarantaod Al ) Address : PROFESSOEHAUTMONT, E.M.D Victoria-street, North Melbourne C2T All Letteeo Bbt.hed. Ailmeo&s FecEliai' I© ^oisaen. NATURE has provided her own Naturnl Eomodioa for tho many nilmonta tbo human family aro tubjected to — whioh have been oavofnlly and skilfully compounded into tho MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES by PnorsGsor. HENRY WATERHOUSE— who givoa hio Knowledges and AdvicoFiiEE of Chaeoe t-o all noinfj tho MAEIA3TY REMEDIES. By psrsonal Conanltation or by Lottor, at hia Cononlting OlHcca, 39i Etafj-atroot, Sydnoy....