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DELLICKNORA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
DEfcLICEiWEWo ,'f. The tributore at tho Bonanza obtained r thd jnngnificent return ox iooz 15dwt ' retorted gold from 22-J- tono of atone pui 1 j1' through at Robortcon'a battery. Tbio crushing io highly Gutsnfr.ctory Co ?i31 parties concamodi Scloiir and party, oi theTfortli Pioncar, hed 10 toncincJuding1 two tons of inulleelr, civchcd for the v epl«ndid yield ot22os'iorlr/t. M'Boncld t zarl Taylor, oi tbo Cool^r.rdio, havo ton (.oub oi aiouo ehov/hig ^.vcollont procpectb
CRAIGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
CRAI6IE.- ?:'.'?'? '??/ ' Last week thw Chinamen, were busy tnldttg-up the mortal. remnins of four/of their countrymen, -'hich have lain for ' eight years in their burying ground ^ere. 1 They seem to imagine that the (bones cannot rest in peace unless in :j their 5 native soil, and thus thoy open the grave and 'rude coffin, tafre up tbo bonea\firot of the feet, then of the leg-n, then ? the backbone, nmn/jing the s vertebrro upon wire, then the fingers and hands, nest the arms, and laKtly the tkull, Each part — the feet, legs, hands, armo, spinal column and head — being washed clean and wrapped in clean new linen and labelled, tho ?whole is then bound up in a now blankot and is ready for removal / to their becoud and - suppoaed by then? friends td bo their last resting place. ( , I think j our people may e^nect a good 1 (attendance ftom Craigi9 nt your school ,,- i picnic, which J iiopo 'ill be favored with A *£ine weather. 1 wich tho promotors ' , cvary ouccesfi. -. \ Shearing ia g...
DELEGATE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
DELEGATE RACES. - . ' ', Tue Delegato Jockey Club announces in this issue an Opening Handicap of 8 ^ ' Bove., with a full programme in succeed ing issues. Owing to nn irregularity, t through oversight, occurring at the J -. annual meeting on Tuesday — a report of which appears elsosvkero — a Bpecial meeting of members only is called for Monday afternoon nest, at 4 o'clock, to ro-conoidor tho advisability of holding one or two day'a racing.
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
ACCIDENT. At Haydon'a Bog a fow weeku' Bince a man named Jameo McLaughlin met with a nasty accident to his liana through a log rolling on it while ho wan clearing nomo land. Ho waa attended to in Dele gate by Dr. Meiriiiold, p nd ia now on tho road to recovery. Fortunately for 'him', ho hold ono oi the fieo iiifeuranco coup- - / one issued hy I»Ir. Goodman of ' Tho I) ' Bushman'u Friends Stores,' Dolegatb, and ' /' a claim being cent in, a cheque was for- r- warded to ~ him in settlement for eight ''$ weeks' disablement. I , -? ''' ?
THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
THE AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION. Iv tho couiPe of a political speech last sveek, the M.nquis ot Salwbury baid tlvnt t'-e recent gonen'l eltictiou woul 1 provo the tur'iinjr point in the hi-tor ot the c niutr . Tho depri.o-»ioa whioi PxiHted in tho farming indu^ta' deraauii'd the tust attention of the Government, and they pioposed to iucioa^-o tho means ot transit lor pioduco and 10 loliuvc th'ise burdens from which tho owners of land oufiered most
GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
GEOLOGY. l '' '.? We havo been infoimed that although \', - /,! the Rev.J. M.: Curran ia unablo to visit -( M' ' ', Delegato and district, those persons , ( ' deairousof knowing tho names of differ- ' ', ', ent kinds of otones, may havo them , .'; named by the reverend gentleman, who w -'' recommends tint email pieces about the , x aize of a florin, should bo posted to the ^ editor of the N.S.W. Educational Gazette. j The local school teacher will undertake to aend any specimens loft with him. Those to whom tho rocks are pimply - , meaningless stones, as woll as those who ' wish to know morn of tho world we live in, should embrace thic offer.
LYNCHING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
LYNCHING IN AMERICA. A noimiBLi. case of lynching is reported to have occurred at a place cilled Tyler, in tho State of Twxaa, America. ' A negio, who was charged with having rav'sheel and then murdered a whit i woman, %vas seized by the pupulace, tied to a btiikf, an'I aL-wly burned to death. The torture lasted for 50 miii' tes, the tunl.ilo at-ene bein_f witnessed by thoub andr- ol perbon-i.
THE BRAIDWOOD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
THE BRAIDWOOD. ELECTION. A meeting of tho Elections atid Qualifi cations Committee wss held on Friday afternoon, at Parliament House, whon a v decision was arrived at with rogard to the petition of 3h\ Shadier against the return of Mr. Austin Chapman. It ia understood that the committee havo coma to a decioion in favor of Mr. Chapman, i ' and that they found that the petition k' ' was frivolous and vosatious, Mt. Chap man being awarded £30 Costs. s ' ? '
PLOT AGAINST THE SULTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
PLOT AGAINST TIIL SULTAN. TrLronAMs from Conutanunoplo state that tho capital is iu a ,-iouUy diatarbed condition, vnA that tho liwl f^ctiono aie joining against the Goveinniont. A plot against tho Sultan'o life hao boon dioco vered amon^jL the Albonicin r^uuido at fcho Impoiial Palace. A nuirbor oi tho men %»cie anoiited, of whom oi^ht woro oi-ocutad. and 2! Lontonced to torina of iiLtpribonmonr. Ao a lesulb of tho dis turbed condition of pffv £-?««, J'uikiah bonds have expciionced a lioavy f«ill on Euio pean btock oxchangey. I
(TO THE EDITOR OF TUB "AGUES.") [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 November 1895
(TO TUr LDI10II or THE ' ARGUb') Sih,~ Would you allow us a email space ? ? in_ your. valuable journal to contradict a ' ? , ljing stjtf-mont that has been circulated in jour dintrict, to tho effect that the Bombala Athletic Club hao sprang- into ' oxJntenco for tho pmpobe of giving a ceitain runner, now ro-idiaiv in this town. ' an unfair advantage in tho handicap to bo run on New Year's Day. Aa this statement ia likely fco do tho club a lotot haun, tho Committee wish fcho publio to know thjfc there is no foundation what ever for such a cowaidly atatemont, - ' maJo bt- come person, or peisonG, who dare not t«ll tho committoo to then? face. The club him ttpmng into Gxiatoi-co * thiou-h the eifoits oi a fow thio Iovom * of the spoit who are goin^ to can-y i .l \ them out honestly and straightforwardly, without fear or fa\or to any man. ^\j Thanking you in anticipation, „ , 'f'^ *, , We remain. '? f lj V|',, Youis faithfully, N V,J A WM. BEILEITER,-^ Joiut ? ' 'L ; ' JOHN M'DONALD, J ...
POISONING IN PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
; POISONING IN -PRUSSIA. Thn.trial ha-^ just concluded fit Pronz lau, Prusyia, of a brother and siMe. named Springsteen, charged -vi.th hfivtn.^ poisoned -pveu ..persoug, inrluding .tliMir fathor and mother. «: ? ;. ;;. ? ????- Tho evidotico disclosed th.'tt- tlicdo iths ' were caua d by th.- administration ofr Htrychnino. th- oi-ji.-ct , of tile . lUiirders' boing to obtiin the.minoy for whic-i th-j.: lives of their victiino wern in.-ur«d. 1 Both the accuaed werf- r'ouud guilty and sentenend to ik-atli. '?'.?'
THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
. : THE -ENGINEERS' STRIKE- ? lhp; H.tnlfo :among . the engineRrs m sliipbuildingyardM, which started at Bei ?fa.fjt, .ha? now.oxton.ded t.i. Glasgow. ; - -.' ' „ Tbe enulo\fcw,refufie to. pay- tho ?? extra. ',rajrea dvmnnded,; and .have -commenced locking-out the .dissatiofied m-.'i)..)it the rate of 25 per cpiid,.,. pon weJj.. ?? The u-iionifits are arr»nging for the entire X7;itbdtawal of -all union labor- employed at tho affectojl vur.lc. : ., , . ' ,.
We'd Like to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
' We'd. ILtke 'to' Mmow., What. i*. to become of tho country if the present dry woathor continues. If Uolfgat« if4 not entitled to have a J.P. resident in tho town. ? . ..IIpw ti-e 'Asrt6inbly,'-hnd erfp(!cia,!ly tho Ministry, v/ill : -ct on the Landandln comn Tax Aano-wment Eili aa'amended. by the Council. ?' ? ?? - '? ?' ?? '?_ '???.-? ?? If a bazaar wotild not bn u ver^v good means of rawing funds for the e^tab Jitjhmont. of . a, School'of -' Arto. 'Whether 'the.; -Assombljr1. should not .'ihpli-h. tbo .^y-itom of- t-!ectoralv right-, and rove:t to the old .-'yat--m -if inanhood suffrage., ? ,...'?? ? . ; ?' ;. ?' ??-?'? — - '??' ; If Mr. Gould ia not. ill-adviodd in re-; ai8tinpt.be .st-pointinent of 1JinT--in'cl8--)e:h'-' tient ..CommiHi-ion t' reoort iipoh the meiitfl. and d^m^iitfl of -mr prison 3y Htum. Whether tho informal dipcuftsion' «-e hear so much of in the street will sen.d. in the establishment of a -local Athletic Club. ???';'? -/.'?'' .:' '?;'..-? ,\; :.?,.:??? ' :...
Shocking Murder at Cunninghame. A SMART ARREST. CUNNINGHAME, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
?;^--;S!|i0ckii2g;;..E3pMer- iit; -DaflM-: ;?:..:; v:.:::;:-.. ?' MEsgliaiae, ???'-?-:;'?' :-%^- A SMAItT-ARRESTi ' : -A CuNNiNGHAiiE, Friday Evening. ;';'A'''8irocKiSG'-£dur-Jer,'foilp\7e(l by a .Bin art arreet, occurred here y Ooterday. ; . Two inenj ona ua?iiod Oharlea Strange, and :thb othes knov/u ;ao: Sandy, quruame un-. '?rlttto.\vn| canio-'lroin Oxho'si by tho . co.ich atid; camped near Koadi.night.a' ..? They ?playetl'carda v/itk-tho groom, and Saii.d^ . .Bhe.wed'. eomo cricliB. .after 'vyhich they ? b-'th: loft for tlio oump. ' in tho moriiing ~ , tho groom -y/iiihsa to cieaSdudyiii .vofor .' ouce i-.ito'1 card 'triciits,' and 'v/biit to the ;-' camp' aud aav/' Sf-rango burying- clothqa, .;; ???'.??'??anUijust aboufc to burn' tho taut, eayiug-. ?„.'? he. * T;ould hot ' carry ' ifc further. , The. , . groom a&UV ' It 'isL new, give it to nio, I: '' 'will -givo Is to' come other ovmyman who .haa nc.uo.'' Ti.1'0 grouiu inquired, f. r : ' Saudy,: aud' '.''au icld 'that...
POETRY. "KEYHOLE INST HERE TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
JFOETItY, 'KEYHOLE ISN'T HERE TO-NIGHT.' Dark -the tURht and Into tho honr, i Blow tbe wind with entiling bifco. A« groping on tho door ho grumblod, 'Hie i k»yhole ion't hero to nijiht ' Tbnn on bended Lueo 'ho Fomvliod, Wiohwg for ono fleam of light, Wmle uuto him1 H? ho wimp r d, 'Hie Lojnolo 1 m'c horo to-night.' JIio ! fcoyholo i3n t buro to-nijjiic. Bitting on tho ctopa bo pond »-od, ' Strantio thut thioga li not go ri^ht; Horo'a th« key, buc ly tbt b'azvg, Hio f koyLoio i3n't horo t -ni,$ht .' Hia wife, f rotn out .in up- or window, C»liod, 'G«i 'v^y, you tiruto, you'ro tight.' ' No.' he saiU. oiowiy cia vorod— v ' Hi ?, IhviioIh l-n't ho o f^-night.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
©clcgate. Tennis 'dub . ? rniHE PIEST ANNUAL SOCIAL inconnec _LL tion with too abova Club will bo hold ia tho ASSEMBLY E00M, DELEGATE, on FRIDAY, 6th DECEMBER Nost. DoubTa Tloket, ... ... 10.1. Slnfflo ;, ' ?'? ? ... ... ca. Extra Ladico' Tioboto ... 3a. , . . -:.. ?? ?:??' W.T. POSTER, ? .'i' ???. ??'????' ???'????? ' ? ? ? Secretary. .'??'. ?'??'? ? :W. H; P.KEMP, . ' .? ? ?-.?-?',??.'??'' Trc^aotor. FipHE UndoraiRBod will recoivo PEODUCE JLL.. at Millington'a Epomo, Dalogato, oa --\''l)riday:'ah;d'-'j^a!tiird£iy' ? of each X7e3fe. Highest CASH piica civon. v - W. N. STONE. . Surgical;;' and Tf5edjanical ' T\,jfll. DUKE will visit DELEGATE on IViL MONDAY. NOVEMBEE lflth. and t7ill remain until SATURDAY; NOVEMBEE 28rd--OKE WEEK ONLY— at . :. ; ? '. DSaftep's/fflotcl. ?;?;;?'? ' TcDtb Polnlc-dy Ertraotcd nude? Nitrons |;Jlis Relegate ig?cjud. ? ilESIOP. ET FIDIXIG. WEDNESDAY, IJOVEIIBER 18th, 1C35.
Delegate Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 November 1895
'M f 't^0-6g^ftM^i^^i^M ???[ '. :j ?-'A^.'-iitt51ffrriJa. of'iaeixibeta ox the above club ?ii'f^'iV6vieiiini^,/\iit;/1w'faicflv*?^.GW*JomGn . ^attended. x ''' -'''- '..... '...,. -r -. -..?.,???; .? ; ???:;;?^?vV?Mr/!K«inpt.^viD(8??voted?to'tho chair. ? All ;'' nreneiit. hu» aaid. knew the object of; thr i ;in«*feting;' '-wfrielt w«f .' t*j i';oufccitiittV the v DelegiitoCiii'kbt'Oiub. ',L'as-t Reason; the club pla.edtv/o' matches, one/ of y.hieh i: i;.waa' won and ' thi! other lost. IIo cpulci - eeo no -reason why' the coming aeuson should not bo made a aucwsstul..om». ; r-.-. '? Tho B-3di-dtaryrejuitui: 'minuteo of! the' i:.laot ri)P»tiugy\vhich -wore adopted on. ibe , motion of Mi1. A;' M'Donatd, 'ubconcM i-y :.-iMr. Ford.- ' ' ? ''';\\ '''..l''^.. '.'..-? /.'.i --Sir.- Bootli proposed, and. Mr. Coote v-vaeconded, ' Tliat tlio -cecrelarjr communi . -cato with Mr. II: L'.'. JTA'cy, reqwecsting. ' him' 'fco 'becorao patron to tho club.' v;. Curried. . . ? ?. ? ? ' . . ;.: -Tho foil...