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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydr.tij Herald.) LONDON, August 8. EXCESSIVE heat has prevailed iu New York. Sixty deaths from' sunstroke occurred on Saturday last. A further number of arrests have been made in the county of Kerry, and also at Nenagli, county Tipperary, for rioting and disturbances in connection with tho Land League agitation, The applications of Mr. Bradlaugh for a rule nisi for' a uew trial lias been miido absolute. It is returnable in November. Mr. Bradlaugh addressed an assumbln^o of 10,000 people at Northampton. Great enthusiasm prevailed on his behalf. Iu the House of Commons, to-day, Mr. Gladstone confirmed tho statement pre viously telegraphed that tlxo Cabinet have under consideration the Parliamentary Onths question affecting Mr. Bradlaugh. Mr. Gladstone added that Government lxad resolved to denl with the difficulty as. soon as the House re«ssombl(jd, with a view to relieve the member for Northampton of the disabilities under wliich lie at preeent laboured. L...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY PICNICS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

SUNDAY PICNICS. OUR Yttss correspondent has written to us, aslriuif that injustice to him, aa our corre spondent, v, o would insort the latter which appiared in ] >flt Al'.nlay evening's Tribune relative to tlio Sunday picnic question. This we have already done, and it now only.re mains for us to afford our correspondent an oi poriunily of acquainting those who seem tj li&ve been greatly concerned over tho matter with, wkut he has to say in reply to . "JustioB." Keally it appears to us tliut the idoa of malting the concern the fubji ct of a newspaper controversy is out of place alto gether, for granting that our correspondent was curt out in what he wrote, there was nothing in bis statement teniing to impli cate one part of the community more than another, that is supposing tho practice of holding Sunday picnics was reprehensible ; ^on the other band allowing he was in em.r, (uiiiiliore was nothing in his utterances calou (er (tinted to show that ho was actuated by a r de...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

IP TJ 33 ISSUED DEVEUY MOENING rTruili.-ovbr lovoly'slnoo the'world began, . ,y, ,1'lte faoof tyrants and the frlond of man.-Campbell, GfflLBTON;. THURSDAY,: AUQUBT ,11. 'AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS! 1 - -y.':" 'V1 '? fimni.n. r' :. !>'? TiiEjagricultuval retui'DB fbr.the paBtyear do not tend to. show; that'the. progress ofagvi cultifre is lcde'pihg-paoe with- the increase of population, or; attaining) the ^position which thfcspeedy * alienation of'landj ostensibly for agricultural purposes, ', might ? lead . us -to; expeot. The returns, at best, are only ap proximations but,, malting every, allowance and viewing the.matter in the most favour able light, there are still- too good grounds fojf believing tbattho agricultural interest is in a state' of.dooadenoo,and that the legisla tion"i'ntenddd'tb: prbmbte agrioultur'Bl settle-, ment of- the -soil, has, while alienating land at an alarming rate, actually, retarded agri oullural'progrosa, and;the worst of it is ttiat oooh suooooding yea...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

YASS ' .NEWS., (FBOM Ouu CounEeroNDBNT.) POLICE COURT.-On Tuesday; belore Mi*, Yates, P.M., Samuel Taylor was charged with being of unsound mind, and remanded for a week. ANOTHER PUBLIC-HOUSE FOR BOWKIKO, A special meeting of justices for the police distriot of Yass was held oa Tuesday, to cousider an application of Mr. Wm. Barber for a publican's license for his house at Bowning, to be known as the Commercial Hotel. The presiding justices were-the police magistrate (Mr. Yates) and Messis. T. Barber, J, T. A, Styles, and W. MoBean. The police magistrate said the police bad not filed any objections, and he believed the house had been licensed before. Sub inspector Breonan said, the honse bad been licensed before, and there were no objections to tbo house being licensed, forsince it was last kept as an inn a great addition bad been made to the premises. ;The application, was unanimously granted. 1 Mr. E, A. Ioaton appem'ud for the applicant. '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Belmore Square. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

LOCAL AND;. GENERAL NEWS!, Belmore Square. . v: , Our square is being1 planted with a number of.young trees and shrubs, and' it' is to be hoped "'that the style of protecting' fence placed around them will not be of the same unsightly description as hitherto used for the purpose;: , Straight wire fences along both sides of each row, or wiro network ;around eaoh plant would be the best lookina, most ..durable, nnd very little more costly ---would in 'fact make the square'look neat, .at once, whilst if the split-rail description is i again,made-use of.the placo will have but a poor appear,anoe for .years .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. Before Mr. H. H Voss. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

QOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, , AUGUST 10. Before Mr. H. H Voss. DRUNK. ; John MoLotiglilin, a stranger, for having been drunk in a public place, was ordered to pay 5/, or go to gaol for 3 days. ????'.? ' 'WAGES CASE. " i James Oairns sued Patrick Heffernan for the sum of £2 10/- for wages. Plea, not indebted. : Mr. Botts for defendant. : James Oairns deposed: I engaged with defendant on the 1st July as a shepherd1 for 3 or 6 months, on conditions that he would givo me a Bheep dog ; J wais to get £10 for 6 months ; I entered upon my worlc on the 3rd July, and worked ,30 days ; I kept ask ing him oontinually for the dog; there were 1300 sheep, and as they began to lamb, I could not manago tbem; I;left him'because' he did not get me the dog according to agreement; I claim £2 10/ ;? we had no special,agreement as to.giving notice $.>£«& ceivbd nothing. . ???, j By Mr.jBetts: I made a remark that I could not-get my rest at night; I we'nt:to ted frequently without' my supp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Church and School at North Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

.Church and School at North Goulburn. ! A \vant that has been long felt by Oatho lico rosiiHng in tko 'norlhorn portion of this oity, is n last about' to be supplied.. , Next Sunday the, foundation sfono of a, building; to sdr^o as oburoh and soh'ooLwill -be blessed by the Eight; Rev. Dr.. Lanigan:;, Masa commenoes at 11 o'clook, and in order to give all fan opportunity of s being; present, tli'ere ,will not bo any, mass, at that hourin tlie Cathedral. " The "Very Rev. Jolm;Gol laghor, president of St. Patrick's College,1* Will preaah the'sermon. ' Arrangements ore being made for tho'aeoommodating of those, who^will attend, a tent toi bold 1000 people, being' oreoted. v The oontraot of Mr. Wm. Dunoan, so well. and favourably known through'tho district,>fo'r £G,00,, has beon ao oe'ptod for the building1; "whiuh\will be of Buffiiiently large dimensions to give'room to a iiongrogation of 600, and'tlic. plans are so drawn up that if at any: future timei it might bo neoossary-to. enla...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

Parliamentary. The business on thbpaper;of the'Legis lative Assembly 'on- Tuesday was intercepted by.a.question^ privilege, initiatod, by1 Mr. Onmeron, who drew attention to tin report of a meeting of the Milburn Greek Copper Mining Company, at.whioh it appeared that of the sum' of £17,000 voted by the House" last session as compensation to that com pany, only about one-half* had reaohed the shareholders, *and an indireot" insinuation" had-.been hold 'out 'that -some part of the remainder had been.used in ; influenoing'lhe .votes of members ofyParliament;. A long and-warm dobate ; arose, which lasted'iunlil. 'about ., 11 o'clock;' The ^Government'pn> misod "to; appoint "a1 Royal Commission"to" linquire'into: tho matter';,.' Some'few-.motions' ,on the paper were dealt with and the House adjourned at l7<minutesibefore midoight. i;i i;.The Catholics ,of . WagRa hQld;_a.mGetinp.: I on Sunday last,(afteriMass, to express sym pathy, with the Rev. Dr.^Berming'hamy and congrat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

MESSES. CARTER & SON fFitow LONDON), SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL . 303£SE^"T3Z£5Bl-',£3, Off 32 COLLEGESTREBT, SOMERSET HOUSE, HYDB PARK, & Adbcuk-stbubt, bvdney; GOULBURN, BEG to anuounce that, in ooiisequence of the success nttonding their monthly visits to Goul burn during the laBt tliroo years, they have decided To Establish (after August 8th) a Permanent Dental Surgery, AT THE ABOVB ADDRBSS, Whore MB. GBORGB B. CARTER may bo CON. SULTED DAILY, between tho hours of ID and C, except during tho first week of each uioutb, vrbun, bo will visit Yass, Youug, Waggu Wagge, &c. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. MESSRS. CARTER & SON baring special facili ties for the const i UCIion of the above, on tbu latest English principles, can guarantee perfect fit. masti cation, and natural appeurunce, at a MODERATE COST. All other Dentnl opemtinns skilfully performed. CONSULTATIONS FREE. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. CHIEF DEPOT: NO. 1 DARLING STORES, HARBOUR-STREET, SYDNEY. BRANCH OFFICE ...

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An Out-door Hospital Patient. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

| An Out-door Hospital Patient. On Tuoflday- eyoningl' on elderly : a. stranger, was fourid'loitering"in,the hospital; grounds, aod the superintendenti not liking his appoarftnc"0:ordered'him1; awny he loft, "but sliortlyfrnftors returned* and' waavap- i parently lhe ^ors8;of"!iquor;.'v3^'r,; Adftms, i the ;suporinten'dent)!v:tumed"him out; again nnd thought no> more- offtthe'f matter jlbut -t.L' -1 ii_! ' 1 -ii hospital and found it was tlie sumo gontle dwi. On going to remonstrate -with lucu the stranger end be wanted to bIobp thero; to that Mr. Adams could not agree, and put his hand towards the intruder to shove him out; tlto would-be lodger then' showed figbt, end Mr. Adams not being a fighting man adopted ! a more peaoeablo and still effective plan of ending the disturbance. He said to the man " lie down there if you like," the stVauger did so, when Mr. Adamp went for the police and gave him in charge. He was brought up at the police court yesterday and it was shown that he...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 8TH AUGUST. Before Mr. S. L. Cox, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

OROOKWELL. (FBOM OUR OOURESPONDENT.) POLIOE~COURT. MONDAY, 8TH AUGUST. Before Mr. S. L. Oox, J.P.I William Orilly was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Senior-constable M. Moylan deposed: On Saturday evening last I was sent for from Pitcher's Hotel, as Orilly was creating a disturbance there ; on arriving at the house, I found the doors olosed, but Orilly had left; I eventually saw him down the street; priso ner therri and then made use of very obsoene and disgusting language ; I took, him to the lookup, and after bringing him in, he assaulted me by striking at me, and he caught jme by the throat; I had great difficulty in extricating myself, -with the assistance of two gentlemen who bad been present on tho ocoasion of the prisoner using the ob scene language, and who had seen him to the lockup, and I believe that had it not been for such assistance, I should have been in great danger. , : In answer to the benoh prisoner said he was under the influence of liquor at the time, ...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

3B3UBl.E3Wr .Wr3T3W2XT3B. CHIPXEB XVI.-CONTINUED. . " WELL, tha Australian gcld-fields aro I scarcely the place for a man to keep his health iu'j Nelly ; for ev(jn if La has physical strength for the work, the mental anxiety which ho undergoes is quiet enough to take ( of Wm, and keep him lean and hollow-1 i eyed. Not that I had much to complain of. X could not do a day's hunting or shooting j wituout it frying me a great (Teal-more than | ,when I left home; but I only need a little I test and quiet to set trie straight." "That you shall have, Frank, and all the nursing that you can wish for. You were on the way to the Hall? Then you had iotind 0ut that we had come to live hero, and heard all about it ?" I'had heard Stay, Frank," said the girl, placing her hand playiully on his head ; " don't tell me now ; here is .. uncle coming, and you will only have to repeat the whole story over to xum ; so that you shall keep it until we cot home, and then once telling it will servo for ooth o...

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Diabolical Act. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

Diabolical Act. Yesterday evening1 on.,attempt was mode by some unprincipled 'person or persons to cause, an explosion in the Southern Daily Argus office, which only for a fortunate cir cumstance, would no doubt have occurred, causing destruction to property, and perhaps loss ot life. The gas was carefully turned oft ; by the workmen prior to going to tea at six o'clock. The door of the office leadingjnto [Market-street was not locked, and during tea-time some party entered the premises and turned'on no less than eight gas jets. jPortunately one of the employees came back shortly after tea, and discovered the com posing-room filled with escaping gHB, and at once took the necessary measures to ensure 'safety. . It' ig generully- the custom for the staff not to be in the office before seven o'clock, and if the gas was allowed to escape until that hour, a serious, explosion would probably have occurredj which might have caused loss of life. To show clearly .that the turning off of the ...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

JUAS8 WILL BE OELEBRA TED A T .' GOULByEN DISTRICT, j : ? SUNDAY. August 14.-Tnralga-Mummell-Loggan August 21;-Grafcben' Gullen-Collector-Marulan August 28.-TarAlga-Boro-Bungonia. September 4,-Grabbed Gulleu-Spring , ley _ Breadalbane. OBOOKWELL DISTRICT. Bioda (Airs. Pennington's), Monday, August 15th, Holy-day of Obligation, TABS4 MISSION. Running, Sunday, August 14 Gundaroo, Monday, August IB (Holiday of Obliga tion) Binalong, Sunday, August 21 Gunning, Sunday,"August 28. *' ' 7. CONFIRMATION. ' "Wa'gga Wagga ,. August 28 Hoy .... r^. September 4 Deniliquin Soptomber.il , " "AlBury,'.',, September 18 IP'.'AUelong I; September 25 . /i lTumut' ,,.. ..;;..October 2 Tomora .Ootobur 10 Grenfeil; . ..October 14 Goo'lagong ..October 16 Burro wa ..October 23 Frogtnoro,'.;.Ootobor 25 Yass , October SO BlessTPresbytery Ten Mild'i September'21 ( Bless Church'at Temora, October 9 Bless Chutch ut Goqlagong, October 16. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

LEOPOLD WEISSBEuGER, By ROYAL AUTHORITY MANF7ACTITREE OF CIGARS, And the Wrifffiml Tobacconist in Goulburn 18 THANKFUL to ths Public for the last five year's Patronage.' ' 'J., . L.W. is continually keeping Hie Best Imported lb Qualities of American PiCBsod Tobaccoes from 4s, » per lb. Out Tobacco, Leaf and Negrobond, from 3a Cd, per lb: Home Pressed Tobnccots, from 2s. Gd. per lb. American Sulk Snulfs, plain aud scented, 6d. per ounce. Imported and Home-made (from imported leaf) Cigars, from 10s. Cd. por 100. Real Meerclmuin Pipes, plain and carved, |from 4s. to 4Ss. uaoli. Imitation Meerchaum, plain and carved, at low priccB. Wigael Sonr Cherry, Briar,.Myall, and Ross root PipBii; amber and horn bits, plain and carved, from 6d, to Gb, each. A variety of Plain and Fancy French Clay Pipes, Id. to Gd. each. And an Assortment of Smokers' Requisites too numerous to meution. Both give a call, and a trial solicited. Wliolesiilo and Retail far CASH, AST As tbe holidays aro cuming the smok...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

WEEICLX;' ! OALBNDAE. Day of Week. SONDAT ... Monday';'.'; Tuosdny ... Wp/lDosdny-. l'liursclny... Friday Saturday,-., Day of Month., AUS- 1 0 49 ? G 48; G'47 .G;4 0 C 45 0.44 G 43 Bull uotli. liv m. 5 23 6 23 6 24 6 25 B 26 5 26 . 6 27 - MOON'S PHASE; . ... /Full Moon,1 August 10th, 7.12 a.m.'

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, TUESDUY. ,,FAKM PRODUCE. ' i^O&.tlie.what'ves to-day prime green lucerne M. Boiling, at £3; do old hay, £2 10/- to £3 pertoiiV''Tli'e market- is well stocked with hay. and business very dull, Maize, 2/9 ; oats, ' seed fand;(feed, 3/- per bushel ; New Zealand potatoes,.>£3i,10/- to £3 15/ ; Cir cular Head ditto, £4 10/- to £4 15/- per tou { j'Viotorian- onions, £12 to £13; ditto chaff, £4 5/- to £5 "per ton,', bags, included j butter, 9d tq"l/6 per; lb ; eggs, 9d to 10d pe^dpzen pbacoD, 3d to 6d ; cheese, 4d to 8d ; ham, 6d to 8d ; honey, 3£d to 4d ; lard, 3Jd to" 4Jd ; beeswax, 9d.to: lOd per.lb rnillet' brooms,' 9/-:to?i0/- per dozen ;' fowls, ^r'io^S/Gl^ducks,^ 4/-io 4/6; geese, 6/; cooKi'turlceys,,;12/.; hen ditto,, 7/6 per pair. jiU/i-r THE FLOUR MARKET. ''On the whole this market is dull, and only a|,fey leading'brands are now,' inquired for bjrj'i purchasers.v Sydney mill flour, super fine, £12; household, £11; seconds, £10 ; Newl'South Wales, co...

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Supposed Poisoning Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

Supposed Poisoning1 Case. Yesterday evening a child named Wil liams, six months of ago, died under circumstances which give rise to a suspicion that tlio death has resulted from poisoning. The matter is in the hands of the police, and an inquest will bo hold which will disclose tho full partioulars of the case.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGIIT. THE Legislative Council (his afternoon ad journed wi'hout doing any business out of respect to the late Hon. George Oakes. In Iho Assembly to-day, a letter from the Hon, E, A. Bnker to the presi dent of the Executive Council, resign ing his position as Minister of Mines, was read. The resignation has been accepted ; and inconsequence of a Royal Commission having been appointed to enquire into the Milburn Creek Copper Company affair, Mr. Baker's successor is not yet named. The House is now in committee on the 4th clause of the Singbarking Bill. Mr. Hoskins has taken charge of the measure, owing to the resignation of Mr. Baker. At the inquost on the body of Hon. George Oakea, a verdiot was returned of accidental death. No blame was attached to the persons in charge of the motor; but the jury expressed the opinion that the station should bo removed to the other side of 'the street, and that motors should be supplied with cow-catchers. The...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

XiXTjEST BY CABLE. j::: !?? *; (From ? the. Sydrity. Herald.) ' J '* iY: v LONDON, August*). A MATCH for the English sculling champion ship is to take'place' in September. > A terrible explosioh occurred to-day at: a oartridgo manufactory, in the tp\vn, of Per pignan, Frano& Eleven persona were mote or loss seriounly wounded;' '1 ), , i \ The IriBh Land^Bflln^ith, the [ important amendments in tlie measure passed by the House of LnrdaY was'1' brdvght down to tho House of-Oommons- this - evening. The amendments of|tho Upper-House are meat-, ing with^strenuous'oppositipn^in' the;.Gom^ ttons, an'S/fliirihose whioh affect: the leading.' , prinoiple o|itthe,measure ace boingi-rojeoled, by large majorities. ?

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