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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

PUBLIC NOTICE. ! Charles Commons, horse shoer AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, Z? '«Tr7iaHE8 to notify his j?fcj*tfSj' .'. Vv many Customers, f/fc?$2r ? ; '^ t*16 Qonoral Public ^f-^K\ that ho haa purchased a O^rlfQ large stock oflRONMON ' #r^^2K^ Double and Sin^lo Mat ^^Ffjgit^ tods, Hooa. Asc, Plough -f £we l^J 'Wheelo and ShareB, Mould -liS^^tSCL^ Boar-j8 end Solo Plotos, - !'.. 'Waggon a»d Buggy Boxo3, Buggy Polos and Shafts, complete with nioantinga, and ia now prepared to executo ALL ORDERS ontruotod p to hie care on tho Shortest Notich. All ItEPAina to V^uiclhsa Speciality. One trial will convinco you that Z.X.Ett in all bronchus of tho Trade. ESTABLISHED 1870. DELEGATE SMITHY.] Robert Watling, EEEZE HORSE-SHOER 1 and General Blacksmith, TTTTTHILE returning thanks for tho liberal VV patronage accordod him m the post, ' Cp \ ,. , wiohes to- inform the reai ?' ' y£&y,ff ,S dont3 of Dolcgato and cur fi S^'V1'* rounding diatricta that all 1 jrS^/, work entrusted to him in (a ^jjT ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. ? ? PEESBYTEEIAN. '?':??'. July 10 — Delegate, 11 n.m.; Glenmere, 3. Rev. A. G. Michie. CHUBCII OF ENGLAND. July 26— Delegate 7.30 p.m. Rev. Q. P. Metcamte ROMAN CATHOLIC. Snnday, 2nd ingnofc,— Corrov7ong, 11 a.m. Monday, 3rd August, — Delegate, 10 a.m. Rev. J. J. WAL3H. . c'&ie y. eleqate ISrqu6. tic- atj-O ^ .-^vl i) MKMOB ET FIDEI.IS. THURSDAY, JULY lCfcb, 1890.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

NOTICE. HAVING left tho district, all Articled left with rn« for Itopairo cwi bo obtained by calling on Mr. Piowrt ht, ' Arguo' Office, and paying what id duo oa numo. A, W. HAEDAEER' DELEGATE SHEKP^STEALING PRE - „ VENTATIVE ASSOCIATION. A REWARD OF X25 will be ijiven for in: formation which will loaa- to rho o---h- ?'?:a ion ' t i*n? person or p rfiozjii Stoalinu Stwop from any morabsr of tbo above-nfim-id Au'iioontion, .in any nn'ubur up Co 50 siiHoji ; Tor'nriy nnmosr . ov«» 50 ahtjep n ltd vard of J275 w:ll b3 paid. A Riv?atd will ulco bo given for Cattlo and Horeaa. ? Names op Mesibeeb. Robt. D'Arcy for Dolojjafco Station, R. Liddlo D. Eanlrin D. Compboll Noiil Dponoy. Thoa, Martin Chas. Hoydon John A. Hoaaloish TVr.lcott & Wright D. O'Hsro Joa. O'Haro, conr. . John Ingram . John Gvovod John -Jones A. H. 'Wright Richard 'Witfcoa Cha3. Robiacon Ble3nloy Sydney Whito Duncan Campball Sydney Whito. ROBT. D'AECT, Hon. Seo. ? Bombalc, . ; 16th Juno, 1S9G. To Me. Jahes Caksoh...

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THE RULING PASSION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

TUB RULING PASSION. A miser some years ago, finding him self very unwell, at length grudgingly ' sent for a doctor, ?whom he bade un hesitatingly to truly tell' him what was .his actual condition. . ' I will be perfectly frank with you, said the medical man ; ' you cannot live more than six weeks.' Directly the miser hoard this he sent \£6t one of the governors o' a public charity, and that gentlemen duly arrived full of expectation. 'I have alwass admired your institu , . tion,' Baid the miser, ' and I intend to bedjuenth £1500 to it. My doctor has just informed me that I shall not live long, so I sent for you to acquaint you ?with my intention. But — ' '? ' In the name of the patrona of our institution,' said tho delighted governor, ' I thank you.' ' But in order to save trouble and ex pense in tbo making of myXxwill,' con tinued tho miser, ' I have thought that if you will allow mo the usual discount for prompt cash I 'will . givo you the ' money immediately.' A young lady had /g...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Tun contest between Jame3 Stanbury, the Australian, and C. 11. Haiding, of Chelsea, for tho sculling championship of the world, £500 a^ide, and the ' Sportsman's ' Challenge Cup, was rowed on Monday over lao llianiea championship course, from Putney to Mortlako, a distance of lour miles two furlongs. Harding was oliryhtly lUo icvorito in the betting, 105 to 100 boiug laid on him by his supportius. A lmgo number of wagers wero taken ui ovcjU monoy. Stanbury proved an par»y winner, but no further nowo o£ the race is yet to hand. .

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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READ THIS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

?y'.. READ THIS CASE. ; Mr , C. AniiENS, senr., Blacksmith, Milton, ? ctriiED of No\7 South Wales, i Indigestion, s writes on Dec. 8th, . 1894 :— I desire to add my testimony to ?/.the many you have already received to the efficocy ofCioments Tonic for indiges tion. . Both ? my wife, and self suffered very severely from indigestion, and had ; to beoarticularly careful regarding our diet. Seeing Clements Tonic advertised ? in the local papers we gave it a trial, . and after using two bottles arcs now . thoroughly cured and can eat anything. . ': I-think it only right to 1st you know, as . it may be tho means of helping others to good health — the greatest of all bless ings. . I may say that before trying .Clements Tonic I took enough pills to sink a ship, but without any good effect. — Yours gratofully, C. Aarens, senr., black emith, Milion, New South Wales.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DIAMOND SMUGGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

DIAMOND SMUGGLERS. An extensive scheme, in which cirviet ' pigeons wore being utilised to smuggle diamonds into America, has been dis covered by the Customs authorities of Now York. The investigations of the authorities ha,vo proved that the smug glers have beon in the habit of bringing the diamonds from Europe, and on reach ing the Amorican coast the gems swere secreted on carrier pigeons m-ovided for the purpose. The birds were then liborated, and immediately flew lo their ? homeg in New York. Tho Bchorao had been worked on a very largo scale. ,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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A Goldfields Discovery Reward [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

A CSpldflelds HDisccivery Hleward With a view to encouraging prospecting throughout the colony, the Minister for Minea haB offered valuable rewards for; tho discovery of new reeling or alluvial gold- fields. The following notification was published in the 'Government Gazette' issued on Friday : — 'Notice is hereby given that the sums uudermon tiohed will be paid as rewards for dis covering, and reporting the discovery of, new reefing or alluvial goldflelds :- — To any person or persons who nhall first dis- ' cover, and, within a period which ahull he deemed to bo by tho Minister for Mines and Agriculture a reasonable tinio ' after such discovery, make known to the said Minister, tho 'position of a new reef ing-or alluvial goldtield, toing distant; not less than 10 miles from tho nearest gold .workings in which payable gold has been, or is being obtained the sum of ^ £500 : Provided that -within six months after tho date oC discovery not fewer than * three hundred (300) miners shall ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

£^;®ii^ ?;;:-;:'- ??'?' '?:?/?' ~ ~~: ???' : v!-,:-. ..'? ::-M ? The late Baron Hirsoh's stud. has- been' ;?'!?' diBposed of for £47,000. ' ? ' ?' ?'.. Oxenham has relinquished the unpro fitable Schoolboy to his owner. '. Jockey Stovenson, who rodo Aurariato ,j *\-\ 'victory in the Melbourne Cup, is riding ' ';]? winners in Johannesburg. ? ' _' Brooklyn fell in tho Hurdles at Rose- ? , ' , hill last 'week and died immediately. Mr. Hordorn'n bright pair, Collarette and Round Dnnco, go to his scud farm immediately. 'Mr. Joffkins,' tho well-known Indian ,' sportsman, died tho other day of typhoid / ,'J fever. His real name was Samel Ayros. '' ' t _ A sale of thoroughbred two-year-olds ' will take place at Rnndwick during tho coming spring meeting. Newcastle, by Splendor, vron the Inde pendence Handicap in rattling style, and amply justified his position as second ;j favorite at 4 to 1 in a field of lo. The Captain started ikst favorite but ran . , ?,???':-; fourth. - . Mr. Dakin, the V...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTENSE HEAT IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

INTENSE HE&T IN EUROPE. Intense heat is being experienced throughout England, and numerous cases of Dunstroke aro reported. Among those struck down by tho heat was one of the sentries at Mailborough House, the London residence of the Prince -\ of Wales. '??.?? In Spain, the heat is also so great that numbers of birds are dying from the ef fects.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANUFACTURE OF FACTORY BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

MANUFACTURE OF TACTOEY . BUTTER. Reynolds and Company, manufacturers of factory butter, Auckland, New Zealand, are converting . their business into a limited liability company, with a capital of £100,000, the. object being to extend their operations to Australia. /' Mr. Reynolds is to be managing director of the company, ? ? .

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THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENCY. The Democratic Convention, which is sitting at Chicago, nominated 14 persons as party candidates for tho United States Presidency. On a vote being t^ken, Mr. Bryon ' secured 446 votes, and Senator Bland 105 votes. Mr. Bryants a lawyer who ia known in Nebraska as the ' Boy Orator.' He is, however, completely unknown in the eastern Slates. His nomination came aB a universal surprise, being altogether unexpected, but it is endorsed by the Republican members of the silver coinage party. ? / ' Mr. G. W. Smalley, the New York co respondent of ' Tho Times,' states that Mr. Bryan's nomination was the mere result of impulso, and that Mr. Bryan likens himself to Peter the Hermit, and the silver craze to tho Crusados.

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COLLISION IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

COLLISION IN THE ENGLISH CHAN NEL. The steamer Woolloomooloo, of the Lund line, homeward bound for Australia, collided during a dense fog with the steam collier Emerald, whori threo miles north-wedt of the Caaketa, in the English Channol. The Woolloomooloo had an immense holo knocked in her starboard bow, the damago extending below the water line. She wa3 towed into Cherbourg nnchorr.g-2. By tho tirno the vessel readied the anchor ago her bow had sunk OCt., tho propeller' being raised right out of tho water. She is now lying beached. Tho Emerald also had her bow stove in, and, with assistance, reached port safely. The passengers by tho Woollobmoolod and tho crews of both veasels are cafe.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

Official (Correspondence. The following letters have been handed us for publication':r Postal & ElectricTelegraph Department, General Post Office, Svdnev. 3rd July, 189G. Gentlemen, — With reference to your communication of the 30th of May last, in which you bring under notice tho necessity for the erection of a Post and Telegraph Office at Delegate, aa tho pre sent building is totally unfit for tho pur pose, I am directed to inform you that a report having been obtained in the mat ter, tho Postmaster-General has approved of the erection of the desired building, at a cost of about £±50 or £500. I have the honor to be, Gentlomon, Your most obedient servant, J. Dalgarno, Pro. Deputy Postmaster-General. Messrs. Robert D'Arcy, J.P., W. II, F. Kemp, D. Rankin, J.P., and other resi dents of Delegate. Department of Justice, Sydney, 7th July,, 1890. Gentlemen, — Referring to your letter of tho 11th ultimo, asking that further accommodation may be provided for Court purposes at Deleg...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

PROMOTION. Mn. G-. W. Hammond, who haa been in charge of tho Dologato Public School for the past seven years, ha'3, we aro pleased in a t ease to learn, Ijeon appointed to the charge of a school near Woodstock, 25 miles from Sydney, to take effect from the 1st October. When we Gay wo are ploased to learn of bin appointment we speak figuratively, from the fact thut the removal moini promotion for Mr. Ham mond. Thia nchool ha3 latoly boon re duced, and the Department evidently considered him worthy of something bettor. Mrs. Hammond is an excellent needle-woinun,- and will certainly be misHud in tho school. We have heard many unkind remarks anent Mr. Ham mond, but v/e bolievo in the motto of speaking of a man an yon find him. During our residence in Dele gate we have had the pleasure of Mr. Hammond's acquaintance,, and have always found him a straight forward and outspoken man, and we wish both him and Mrs. Hammond happiness and prosperity wherever their lot may be cast. ? ? ??-. . . ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

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Cable Items. MARRIAGE WITH A DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

€able Items. ; ( ? ' ? ^w* MARRIAGE WITH A DECEASED' WIFE'S SIKTOR.: Tun House of Loids oa Friday night pasaed the Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill through its fmalstugeu by a majority of 88. Tho Prince of Wales and the Duke of York voted in support of the measure, which was opposed by two aichbiahopu and 17 bishops.

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

. News and Notes. i ? o ? Rod-tapbiBUL — Roid-tappism. ?\Vhy don't tho Newcastle labor moin \fQta tackio tho outrageous Suilield case ? Tho ' Solidarities' aro discovering that Government by caucus iu woruo thun N.S.W. neod never hope for law reform -whilo there aro ho many lawyers in tho Assembly and Council. A Henry III gold ' Penny of London,' w is Bold by auction in England recently for £200. ' A Parisian owns the moat valuable dtamp collection in tho -world, Enid to bo worth £30,000..- He 'lie a one Btanip for which, ho refusod £2000. Tho income derived by French people ?who' rear fowl a ia, according to returns, about £07,000,000. Nearlo every ' momber of tho Ministry has had his buofc moulded in clay. Mr. Cook i3 tho latent to immortalise himself in earth. Civil Service retrenchment, an nov? being practiced ia nothing lean than repu diation. If tho country refused to pay itu loans it could not havo become more dishonorable. The confidence man who would take dowu an unfortunat...

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Gippsland Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

(Eipa&sIrjMi! Silocfe E£epr/w, Messrs. A. M'Lean & Co. report. — A very smoll yarding of cottlo at Mafilra on Friday. A fair attondance of buyers, and all sold at last v/eek'a rates. Wo quoto — Fat bullocks for local requiieinenls, £5 10s to £G 10s ; cows, £3 5a to £4. We sold — fae cows, medium quality, £3 5s to £3 10s ; heifers, £2 Gs to £2 1,5s. Store Cattlo. — No bullocks forward. We sold — store cows, in low condition, £1 10s to £1 15fi ; inferior and old, £1 3s to £1 7s ; haifere, 15a to £1 7b ; springing heifera, £2 Cs to £2 10b ; calve3 10a ; vealers, 15s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

Fruit-trees, Shrubs, Plants, &c* also Grass Seeds, Vegetable and , Flower Seeds, all of the very beat and most reli able quality, are offered by P. L. C. Shep herd and Son, 202 Pitt-street, Sydney, the oldest and most reliable firm in the colony. Send for a copy (free) of their unrivalled catalogue. — Advt. Education by Correspondence. — Coun- try students preparing for exams, or anxious to improve themselves can be asBistod by correspondence method.' Send for particulars to Mr. James Scott, M.A., mathematical master, School of; Arts, Sydney. 2s 6d per lesson. Two guineas per, quarter, two letters per week.

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