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

Eczemo, erysipelae, caocere, itsb, nlcers, smallpox, measles, scurvy, Shearer's rash, scales pimples, boils, warts, freckla3, cuts, wounds, ohilblnina, chopped handa, gravel, strict-aro, venereal, BeoondariGs, gonorrhoaB, ffleet, nervous debility, sterilty, impotency, fits,- pilen,-liver nnd hidnoy disorders, indication, oboaity, aathma/catarrab, rheumatism, gout, scrofula, ring worm, spcldheady dandrnff, baldnoas, barbsr'o rash, and all other Blood and Skin '.?Diseases'' .'.'?''..'? (juarantoed speedily and permanently cubed by Dr. KOCH'S non-mercurial infallible reme dies, tbo only reliable cures Son Lepkosy and Syphillis. They expel all imparities from the blood, bones and fleBh ; destroy all disease germs or microbes, cleanso, heal and beautify tho skin; rebuild tho | system, inviporato the jjenitals, restore lost manhood, prevent the haie falling out, and moke it prow luxuriantly. They are warranted safe, palatable, easily taken, and suitable for the moist delicate male and fem...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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YOU LOOK SICK ! YOU FEEL SICK! YOU ARE SICK! WHAT WILL YOU DO? IF YOU ARE WISE YOU WILL TAKE A COURSE OF CLEMENTS TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 July 1896

YOU LOOK SICK ! YOU FEEL SICK! YOU ARE SICK! WHAT WILL YOU DO? IF YOU ARE WISE YOU WILL TAKE A COURSE OF CLEMENTS TONIC. : Tho greatest renovator of. a worn out system the world has over seen, positively . and pormanontly restores, manly virility, . to prove -which, evidence ia forthcoming . from any quarter.

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

K ';S ''Word and ; Deed. '?'. .There was a labour party ? . . Ouce sonfc te Piirliinnenfr, , j ? To voice in accents hearty ' ? The workore' diocontent. They 'to raised thoir voiooB truly — ' Ctoap Jnbourtliey upbraid, Yofc voto thoy nlwnya duly In favour o£ free- trade. Thoy cni'.o Qoort»o Reid-— his action, Thoy curoo ic ni^ht find day, They curoo onch queer transaction And vnto for it olway. Thoy Bold our work to futtnn Tbo man of ironlfch abroad ; And foreign notiono button, Whilo otnrvo our nnoaployod. ? Thoso clovor labonr mombora Expend thoir valued breath ' In fanning hot tlio ombora That roaot GcorfiO Eoid to doath. They rail at Koid and bounce him With '11 thoir laijbt nnd main, Thoy nlantt and thon dononnco him, And voto for him ncrain. They've thrown tbo uorl:cr3 over, Thoy giro tlio foreign hand (?While thoy livo on in clovor) Tho fat of all tho land. But ono fine day thoy'll waken, To find thoir ovory dead Tho pnoplo'o faith hao obaten In them and Mr. Eoid.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Extensive Riotnear Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

Extensive liiotnear Meltanie A TEr,Kcn*AM to the ' S. M. Horald,' undor date of Molbonrno, Sunday, save: — A riot on an exfuneivo scale, arising in dreotlyoutof the 12th of July Orange' colubr'Jtion, caused a great commotion this aitoriiooii. i;i tho suburb of Bruns wick. Local feeling was agitated last Monday by tho circulation of iaformutiou to tho el'IVct that tho Chief Commissioner of Pulico hnd is-.uod nn order prohibiting' the Leal branch of tho Loyal Grange L tl.40 fiom holding a grand parade in full regalia through the streets of liruns wicu on tne following Sunuay (^to-Qay;. The proposed grand parado was accord ingly abandoned ; but on Friday a depu tation representing tho Protestant Alli ance, waited on tho Chief Secretary and stated that they intended marching in regalia along tho Sydney-road, Bruns wick, on Sunday afternoon,- to tho local Wesleyan Church, and asking that thej' should not bo interfered' with. The deputation explained that they must not bo mistaken for Ora...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

THE- COMMERCIAL . BAOTC OF AUSTRALIA. . : The' ' Statist' and tho ; ' Economist' advise depositors in the Commercial Bank of Australia not to accept, the proposals of the committee of dissatisfied creditors formed by Mr. James Webster Tins committee is opposed to tho scheme of rearrangement, and demands that a full inquiry shall bo made into the position of tho bank by qualified persons appointed by tho depositors. Tho fact that the crediloro' comrmttee& in London, Edinburgh, aud G abgow have j accepted tho re-arrangement ^cheino han j caused a large riso in deposit uceipts and in preference shares in tho Com mercial Bank of Auntrnliu. Smce May the deposit r.-coipts havo rison from 14s Od to 10a M, aud tho -roferonce shares from 'iOts to 8JJrt,

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THE HUMBER CYCLE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

THE ITUMBERCYCLE WORKS. The works of the Iluinber Cycle Compan v at Coventry were destroyed, together with the machinery by fire on Friday.; - The damage is estimated at £100,G00.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE IRISH LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

THE IRISH LAND BILL, An angry discussion took place in tho House of Commons tho other night re garding the prospects of the Irish Laud Acts Amendment Bill now before the House. . Mr. ? Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the Colonies,- said that tho Govern ment: was now prevented from carrying the. bill initsoriginal form. Her declared that unless the bill were treated as a HOll-CUULUJAHUUb -IUUUOIUU Jilt wumu UD abandoned. If Mr. John Dillon and his followers persisted in' demanding sham and fraudulent concessions the bill was doomed. . Mr. Tim Hpaly and Messrs. J.E. and W. Redmond. supported the bill. ' Mr. Gerald Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, said that four days would be allowed for the discussion of the bill in Committee. Ho declined to give a pledge that the Government would refuse to accept all the amendments which, may be made in the bill by the House of Lords. Mr. T. ~SV.- Russell, Parliamentary Sec retary to the Local Government Board, who had threatened to resign i...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. A dabing attempt on tho life of M. Felix I'aure President of tho French Republic, was mado last Wednesday. . During a review of the French forces at Long champs a man named Francois deliber ately fired two shots from n revolver ;it M. Fanre. Fortunately neither shot took effect, and tho Presidont escaped unhurt. Francois was at once arrested, but the incident' created such indignation amongst the populace that tho police had great difficulty in preventing them from lyncumg tno prisoner. iu. rauru re mained perfectly calm, and was accorded an ovation for tho coolness and courage he displayed. Francois was a lo:i£' timo employed as a municipal official,- but was dismissed from tho position. 'When ar rested ho declared that ho had only fired blank cartridges, and had no intention of killing the President, his solo desire being to direct attention to his grievances. It is believed that prisoner ia insane. Recently ho was expelled from, the Chamber of Deputies fo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER I. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

. 'DjOBEEN. ? Th© Story of a Singer. BY EDNA LYALL. (Alt. Eights Kkseiivbd.) , CHAPTER I. (Continued.) f Has ho bnen in prison a long lime ?' a-kei Johu Desmond. ' About fivo years/ oaid Doreon. ' Mkhael can't remember the timo ..when be lived at homo. Of courao ho was quito a baby ; but I was Boven, and can remember juet how ho looked the morn ing they arrcntad him. Ho had not been to bed at all that night, because mother waa ill, and ho was too anxious to leavo hor. Ho had boon writing letters in hor room, and by and byo camo down stairs to say she was asleep ; and ho let me ' seal tub letters, and alterwarus i sat on hio knee, making 'patterns on my arm ?with tbo seal ho wora on his watok chain. It had a cross and an ace or, and waa ahaped liko a shamrock loaf . I suppose we wero talking, as d laughing together; for we never heard what waa going- on till all at onco three men came into tho room, and one of them strode up to my father, and thruodnghia hand between us laid it on fa...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

- ' 'RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHUECH OF 15NGI/AND. , ' July 26— Delegate, 7.30 p.m. Itav. G. P. Sietcalfe

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THE REVOLT IN CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

THE REVOLT IN' CUBA. A TKitniBLU outrage has been committed by the rebels m Cuba. A heavily-laden train was wrecked by an explosion caused by means of electric wires, aud many of thoso on board wore ldlied. General Weylev, tho Spanish Comman der-in-Chief, is provented by sickness amongst tho' Spani-h troops from des patching reinforcements to the aid of the Government troojis.

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Fun and Fancy. A WARNING TO TIPPLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

Fim amid Fancy A- Warning to Tipplers. OtD Johnson was very much given to ? tippling,', not wisely but too well and i -would spend all his spare time at hia ( favorite pub. . ? His house was so situated that it was necessary for him to go through tho churchyard to reach it. One; night, being, a bit fullor than usual, he managed to fall into a newly made grave. Ho foil without hurting himself and being tired went off to sleep. When ho awoko next moraine he , couldn't make out where he had got td, / ,' but after a struggle managed to reach ( the top of tho gravo and look around / ^ , t A broad grin spread over his faco as he * j V muttered to himsolf : t\h'f ' Dear, dear, it's resurroction day andi f { I'm up first.' ' V ' - ? -ttfi\ NO SONGS LIKE THK OLD SOMOS \ W Aunt Jemima : ' Willie, did your pipa v 'r tako \ou to tho grand army recoption f» ^ lost night ? ' ' ? Willie :~\ ' Yes ; and it was very slow until they asked papa to do something. He got up and sang 'Just before the , bo...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

,. \ , ItOMAN CATHOLIC. ,v\ ?' Snnday; 2nd Auguat,'— Oorrowcng, 11 a.m. / Mondny, 3rd August, — Delegate, 10 a.m. n^jfv ;?:;:? Rev. J. J. WaIiSH. '? &e Heleqate ISrqii6. i, 'W 'Hu21 if '~5?° if . I f '' 1IKM0E. EX PIDULIS. THURSDAY, JULY 23rd, 1896.

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Cable Items. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

€atoie. Items. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Jami:s STANnuitYv sculling champion of tho world, bus issued a clinllengo to row J.icob (taii'hiur. the C tiiadi.m '.culler, lor £1000 aside and tho championship. Stanbury is willing that tho match hhtJl take placo either on the Tlunnes or ovor tho lJarraniatta champion course. It i.s reported that Gaudaur id willing to row Stanbury at Vancouver in September next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

;. .' FLETCHER'S PILfiS ; ':^^0?iH ? ? never foil to cure . ;--:-,' v^V-^i'-v-i ..INDIGESTION, : );::.V';^'^A ''?-???. COSTIVENESS, : -^^''f! , : SOUR BREATH, '. . ^^???:--::ir'h HEARTBURN, . ?'..;:! -^:: LrVER DISEASE, and . ;:-v:vi: KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. ^ , ,- : ':? FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS . . ?'?;?; TONIC aro the rccogaiscd housoholfl , ; .'?;?' remedies of the Australian colonies, ami ' .- .' pvory dosiguing qur.ck tries to trade , ! ?., : on their roputation and renown. This is i, ; ./. the greatest proof of their merit, and ' '.?'?' sufferers want to bo particular to get the ? V v v :' genuine articles as rogrct and disappoint- . '????{?!?' '0. ment aro sure to follow the uso of tho - '.'.' A'£. thousands of ' All-f.'iiling' remedies bo . ? ? :-{'p: freely advertised. Tho roputatiou anrl . . ??'?'?'£? wide-sproad use of Clements Touic and . ?;,(?;;,' Fletcher's Pills aro the greatest proofs of .. ' ';-;!.'??;'; their appreciation by tho public. If , '?!,'??? they were not ...

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Local Intelligence. VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

Lducail HmteMIgemce. VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES. TitANTiJi of leasehold registered.— M. Kavanagh, allotments 9 and 10, Caban audra, 2ri Oa, to Henry Ilonty, Molbonrno. Liaensea revoked or declared void.— s ' j Homy ISucknall, Maramingo. Kenewal 1 of licenses approved — II. A. Claucy, 37,000 acres, Croajingolong ; 11. Moon, «7,000a, Deddiek; A. Clark, l-'i.300a., Mallacoota; Win, Marriott, 27a. Bonaujj.'

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

Current Topics. FllOM OUIl SyUJJKV COlinrbPOXDKNT. It is to be hoped that tho Opposition will not deal too critically and caustically with Mr. Reid's financial statement, that is if they are able enough. There is not much talent on the Ministerial Benches, and there is an equal dearth of that commodity on tho 0; p sition quarter, .and nobody has yet be.uu ablo t- discern nny rays of originality among tho Labor or ' horse shoe bend.' That Mr. Reid's financial statement was a Huccessful platform address, those who read it and those who heard it must confess, but un fortunately for the fitness of thing3 it wjiq /lAlivnrAfl rvn f.lifi flnm* nf f.lin TToiira and not from the balcony of a street inn. A remorseless scrutiny of tho colony's flnanco3 may reveal a respectable deficit instead of a .surreptitious surplus of: a quarter of a million. But who wanta to expose anything like that ? Are wo not jogging along marvellously well con sidering the paralytic depression , and the staggering c...

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BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. The' follou'ing ai;e among tho cases dealt with, by a local land bonrd, presided ovor by Mr. J. Lardner, land oiHcor, on tho loth iuat, :— ^George Decks, allotment ISAjKirkenong; recornrnendud. Sjdnuy R. Mortimer, 00 acres, Mallacoota; re commended.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

©flidal Cori'esflwMbnce. The following letter has1 been forwarded ?us for publication : — 'Postal & Electric Telegraph Department, ( Sydney, lGth July, .189.6. Sir, — I am diiected by the Postmaster , Goneral to inform you that in consequence of a disinclination on the part of the 4 owners of LHtle Plain station to allow the Kicholson'a- pojt office to remain on the station, it haij been decided to close the office ,on ilic iJla'fi' instant and to csiatuisti in. Jieu thereof- -a- Receiving Officq at Quinu's hotel (situated on the main Bombala and i Dologate road and ?within a quaiter of a milo of i,ho Nichol son office), to be called '-(Jimm's,' on ( tho 22nd instant, under the charge of Mrs. Ann Cain. I am to add that a ro , ^ coiving office will meet the present requirements of tha neighborhood. I havo the honor to bo, etc., S. II, LiMiuox, Deputy Poatmaster-Gonerul. W. H. 'Wood, Esq., M.P.

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CARRIER'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

CARRIER'S MEETING. A meeting of the Delegate Carrier'H Union xras held at Kat'ter's hotel on Monday afternoon last, to consider tbe advisability o£ further* increasing the price of carriage, Mr. C. Commons was voted to the chair, and having explained the object for which they had met, Mr. J. Bartley proposed, ' That tho price of carriugo be as follows: — From Merirn from Merimbula or Eden to Bendoe, os 6d per cwt. ; from Oooma to Delegate, os Od per cwt. : 3s in cash, balance in goods, from stoielveaperd. From Dele gate to Merimbula, Eden, or Cooma, 3y. per cwt. The same rates to apply to carriage to and from Craigie.' Seconded by Mr. A. Siveright and carried. There being no other business the meeting adjourned.

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