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REMARKABLE FEATS IN DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

'.'REMARKABLE-, FEATS IN DENTISTRY. diiiicudt is known aa impkuit'*Uoii, which consists in ilxin^ in wra' moxitii ' reil tooth. It has been perfoiraed bf fate Mrith much su&&&. A hole is fco«Ml-a tie guni, the tootih being driven and Kept i»i posi tion ? unt.il 't.Hfl ? firm ?hntti/ais zlt^A. . .*astik_na . round the tooth. Then there id tnc inlay | process. Ttoia conaistaof a piece ol enauiej' being - so minutely fitted into a prepared -i cavity that.it forms a eart *J liovetail | wedge that is hmn&vslbik* &jx&rx loaX j is to make a tooth travd. . Ay a -x»th 13 | out of place. By itiho D^jj^9bct*KB- cf'pres 6UM it can be TPi'vdo ? t'- tiw'iv (n^t tho

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

. i, . ,? ? ?.,,?,? j : Time dhi©ElTp° esU Piiaini© ? w © . s & o c M. i is ftlhe 3Bel= ; 24'S W©£°£lk : we asE^-ffoa? M, Ibuatt 'we : Esmay well . -§L cam sell : dhieaipEy. . : Thouacindo In uoo, each ono tally (juo ranfiaod to otand all climatod. Pin. no CaCalorfuou Pont'Froo. i? ? ? ; 33O Coords St. . (I Sydney . ?: i'''' ''? ???? ? -?' ?'???? ? ?? [ Oiae of tine . \ most i-poptm- ; .:' laa* PS&iaos :; I Msi. Ca^UlSi-= ? ?I- misdeed to 1 sttaim'dl . am. ; ; EEHSite.. '. ?„ Old Pianoo tnRoa | ,' in oncSiango end full . : valuo allowed. ^ i^ ' ' ???'-— i-'«1j— - ' - ''?? ; Solo Ac'orato 5 338 Ceor^o St. » 62 Sydney ARE YOU DSIWG-^SS^r'.. ' , ' CONOLLY'S ? If not; you -are not using TJIE VERY 'BEST. Don't forget you can always obtain 'Peerless'1 from M. GOODMAN 1 & CO., Bushman's Friend Stores, Delegate. tS (I I/\ Slndoiin Voung'a Craacont » AM SYDNEY » /SpHf \ (Rear of St. Mary's Cathedral.) )) [0^ \ %f Situated within ono mlnuto's 1! /Mtftefji walk of trams...

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A Remarkable Case. YOUNG MAN'S STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

. A Remarkable Case. YOUNG MAN'S STRANGE EXPEBI . ';?'?. ?,;/ enoe. . \ DETA:ts ot o vary singular oaao bave boon made public by tho Brolson Hill police. A young man oamod Charles ' Clomonts arrived in Brolion Hill from North Qaoenoland Doolsicg 'hiB brother, who, lie said, was employed on Yalco-, Ttibna otation. Ho sot out on foot for the station, ond tho following day tho polico roooived a- roport, that the dead body of a man had boon found near Stephen's .Creek. Twp couotabloo woro sent out, ond found tho body. They plaoed it in a eart, and vvoro oonvoyiog it to the morgue, when from tho bottom ot'ths oart a weak voice wad hoard pleading for water. Clomeuta waa takon tp; the hospital, - whoro ho remained several weebo. Ho was then disobarged, apparently in good health. Soraewoolts lator Clemonts was picked up in a stroot at Port Pirio again apparently dead. With difiionlty animation wa9 rostorod. Then on tho roport of the medical offlcor ho whs eont to l'arkoido Asylum for tho In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

PILES FOR MANY YEARS. Zam-Buk Successiiil where ' Speraiioiis- Ipail';- The wonderful HohTuig and soothinn offbbfa' ofiZani-Bult.maEo-.it an; idiial remedy for Piloa.. .With tho first ap plioation .tlio imtotion . and1 pain is aba'to3, , an'«: . a contmuation- of the treatrndnt fjriBUroa.a 'itifoinpt and por niaribnt' : euro; . Monj,;p'a3t; BU&orors h'ayo prbv^avtliia.'-Hprbia: ofab. . Mr. H. -L. . Bwitii',- n-farrior;1 bf Queons townf./ChUrtbr^ Towers;' .Q.; ' sayo:— r .'f I( wao' tlrdiiiilca ,wifH; pilcj: for many years,;- in jfaot', I do not think- 1 oxa'g Eofato' -?Keri I aas .tlia't jib man in AUBtralia' could .liayb'.Bufforc'd morb than inyaolfl I haVo boon' ;nndor_ two oporationBj: but tbo- asoniamg znisery roturripd a_(5airi,'. In tho, end I was, happily, jnduc'oS ; to try , Zam-Buk Balmj and ban confidently assort tlia't ita' application thoroughly cured nip, as;, I cnvp hid no. rbturh, of tho Piles ? Binco lising^Zam-Buk. ', .Sirica then rny son Bovj who is; a' wel...

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"CRICKETT" IN 1548. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

??CRICKETT' IN 1548. TJicrc nre two quwtians about crirkel In the current ' Solas and Qucriix.' One rr.ifCH the vory intei-eHting itoint as to 'tv uirlicsi reconl of the existence of the Bime. U would eeom tkit Surrey «.-.i:i put for ward a strong cliim to the 'honour of being the birthplace of cricket. In 1503 a Surrey gentleman, aged S9, gave evidence mat ne ana otlier ?doys ancmnn'j wie irwi «h-wl at Guildford ipfayod ' CriActt' and ;-thcr jjimes on ti ccrtuin piece of pround. pa1|l'arahiVM°oV Gaildford. 'and 'it ISowo L'Emt cricket wtm in c-it-TJjllHiiCil cumo po far b.»i ns 154S. The oUier tiuc-^tion aa la -vio -.roi the first .irtwt to dopict a irifkrt match oiylit to be more c;wily solved.

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[?] ABOVE ZAMBESI RAPIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

40OFT, Al'OVE ZAJI I1KSI. RAPIDS. The bridge over . the Itiver Zambesi al Victoria fcuila, ltbodediu, may be ref.trdeil as the nuut-ditUcultliuk to weld in the great cluili projected by the late Cecil ? Khodcs to connect Capetown with Cairo. . The principal feature iu the total length ol ? luOft. is (leiya ?' JSuKiuecriiij,'') a inajn »|«ti -..Bt wult, Iroin centre to centre o.l tne near ?- ? . ilijf . pins,' in the form of. an ttrclt with .1 V . true parabolic curve, and built as a eanti. :? lever -from each bank. The. rise of th» ?'? main arch ia Oft., and the lin'ulit above or :- ? - dinary water-level SS2ft. The width at the : springing; of the arch is Silt. Bin. betivcen - : .the centrea of boom», at the top 2ift. Cm., i and between jxiripcta IJOft.'. There are two ? llura of rails, althuujjh the cxLitiui; railway track from Capetown to the bridge is only . u single line of 3ft. (iiu. sauge. But a width Bullicicnt for a double line across ' . the bridge, win* necessary, in orde...

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Bombala Land Court. Before Messrs. C.E. Finch (Chairman), H. M. Joseph, and W.R. Newton. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

Bombsla iLand €out:L Baforo Messrs'. 0. E. Finch (Chairman), H; M. Joseph, and W. R. Nowton. , For Conoidorntion,— A.Ii. QO/2, 3, 4 ; T. Gait, 0-lOa,, OJOa., and 320a., reconi: mondod, rent ljd. A.L. 00/5, C ; H, Taylor, Oipa. ond 040a., recomrabndbd, ipnt ljd and I'd. A.L. 00/10, J. Taylor, 320a.; lofueod. A.L. 00/11, C. A. Ar. nold,' S20a. ; recommended, rent 1-^d. C.P. 05/1, D. Montgomery, 270a, ; db^ ciaion resorvod, O,L, 05/1, D. Mont gomory, 810a. ; doeioioa roaorvod. . C.P. 0512, H. Bovoridgo, 40n, ; confirmed. O.L. 05/2, H. Bovoridgo, 60a, ; conQrmod.' O.P. 05/0, E. J. H. Groyos, 80a. ; con firmed. O.L. 0.S/4,, E. J.H Groyoa, 210a j oonflrmocl. Ojt 05/(J,.E W Ha'ggar, 80a ; oonOrmbd. C.P. 05/1, P. Brasoiugton, 120a ; condrmod. C.P^05/10, D. Lewis, 150a; conflrmod, 0,L, 05/7, D. Lewie, 450a; confirmed. O.P. 05/10, Q, Jones, 40a; disallowed. O.L, Ofi/8., G. Jones, 8Qa ; disallowed. O.L 06/0, H (} Deacon, 100a; disallowod, O.P 00/1, H.G. Topping, 221£ii ; dieallowoS. , O.P 00/2...

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HINTS TO THE DELICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

HINTS TO THE DELICATE. ? c.-' .... I-epret«ion an^ irritability are generally owing to physical ' causes. . GirJs and nro men wlio ' try t-. whiton their complexion and keep t/hemselyce t'liin by taking un- ' rooked rice, or drintiiHr -vinoinn-. ibv L»oinn ? without -\\ihole30me diet; are laying up a stock of ilMiealth'. and querulousncss. If . ?you are naturally delicate of you 'have to work upon a narrow margin of .health, th^re is ? special 'need to ?exorcise -^visdonl. JVwty food fchat docs not nourish fhe body may bo palatable, 3-ut it is parnicious. It is no(t so much the quantity we. cat, as its siutoJbiHty to time and nourishment.

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Have You a Weak Throat? [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

Hare You a Weak ?ffhroat ? If ad, yon cannot bb tbo oardtal. Ton oariript begin tredttbent too early, Eaoh -ip'ld: makes' you more MaUlo to another, and tho last ib always harder to buro. Try Chamribrlaiu's Cbiigh Hembdy. jukt :for once, and' you will fiudit pleaoant to 'takb, and moat sobthib'g- and' healing, For dale by E; Booth', DbloKatb; i : Mn W. E. Johnson's Poo Bali ran second iB'.tho.Kiog'p Plate. aVBrisbono heating ..Sleeper, Poo 3ah.aiso ran second in tho ^Brisbane Cup'J in whioh io etortod favor ite at 8 tol. Baihsbda^e.— M. Goold fc Co. roport:— Fair yarding of. cattio.. forward to-day. An improvo'd demand ali'rdutid: Wo.sold a pbn of mixed opfingers at £4'0s, a'pon of 13 young hoifors incalf £8-12s, pen of 18 do. in calf; £2 18s', fat bowa- £5 10a,' fbrw'ardibbnditiobod cowa £-i 1b- old cows q £3 6e:, stobrs £2 7s,- babkward aprlng orS £3 to. £4 Uk. ? Shbop'.— Moderate yarding; markbt brisk. Wo- Bold' 152 merino bwba, 0 ahd'8-tooth, in lamb to Lincoln rdmsilSs ;? 20 bi...

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"AND THERE SHALL BE NO MORE SEA." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

'AND THERE SHALL BE NO MORE SEA.' A pretty story aJbout a j»opular auttiyi . w.w told the otlier day. A nurse in an American liosi-iuil had as patient a sailor wlio ivas a great sufferer, and not cipecUd to live unany d.ivs. Tho poor man worried i great deal bccaitec he thought there uouIJ be no Kta in heaven. To Jiim the pranwot of playing on a golden hdulc offered uo attraction. Ao the srirat liad failed to comfort him, it occurred to the nurse tliat it iniEht benelit the patient if she cjuI.I get i.Mr. lhid--.ird Kipling to come and ulk a little to him, and, as he happenjd to be vLiitin)! the hospital at the time, Jlr. Kipling irillmgly .iccciled to her reque* t. ? lie slid a few words to the dyiiiii man, . and npparcntly gave him miu'ih comfort. A few days afterwards Mr. -Kipling sent in 'his owin Jinndwriting a cot-v of the IMiwii. ' Tlie Liist ' Cliintey,' whieli tlie ?^onvcrsiiiion with the sailor, .had inspired. The dying nun »*? so delighted, with it. ? thatjie e.\;|_)rc,sr...

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THE EARNINGS OF DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

THE EARNINGS OF DOCTORS. The fiimn'cial- position, of the medical profesaion is everyw^hoi-c ; imsatitifttctot-y. the 'British' .Medical Journal' maintains. jn.ojost European countries a practitioner appears to 'be fairly well off if . hia profts 'sional earnings amount to £250 or I'StK) .A good, eaHy. life, .free from financial cares. in Hungary xam m x^in; a year w suiii cient to. enable a counlry ctoctov to' lend .1. tolerably comfortable fife, nnd to Hive somethiiiK for old age. '.In Holland £239 to JBS5Q is said to be a fair estinuiU' for 'the jeneral practitioner. In Deimiari; tins ayerjge praetjtioner ie -better off, his an m»reamInKs being tatimatod at £300 to iXOO, 'In Belgium, the ?' learnings., of ? of eoohlry doctors', range from £80 to £100 In Germany the average professional ;in eome'mny perhaps' be estimated I from the following' particulars as to practitioners in ? the Prussian capital- -.-Of. the 2000 medical practitioners in Berlin. M earn from £45. to £52 n year; ...

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Child Paupers. ALARMING INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

Child Paupers; ALARMING INCREASE. ' TSus ohiM paupers of Kngl.ind .ind Wid'w' have now reached the fonnhlaiilp tnul of £48,771— an amiy corps vcminc. on* u qnartCT of a million -»ys and 1,-irls un!lcr the age of 10 who are being supijorted out of the jxwr rates. .? , It is a consUintly ifrmviiy uriny.' This yair tlic number is 2-,OS1 greaU;r than on New Years l-.iy of 10O1. They axu cl-.L-^iiied ua beloiv, it Iwins understood that bhc p;m;n-ts when livin-,5 Uiiidtcn of abM-o-li«l parents . . 14,097 Children of. not able-bodied parent* LM,li7 Children of a-blc-bodial'ividoWH .... !W,7:!3 Other -oliildren with one or both jiarente iihlc-bodicd . ? ? (a,:«X) Orphanaor ohildren «Tthout parents 4!»,.jll! Total .'..:...' ? .......'.... '.'18,771 In these figures are incluileil (12cTi illegiti mate diiWren. 'Xlhe liighert iniTca.-e is among diiWren of able-bwlied jvirentfl re eeh-ing outdoor relief, the rise in Cliis clam Binca. 1st January, 1001, being 21.370. An other chesiiication 01 th...

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Science Notions. CONCERNING CELLULOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

i Science Motions. V , ? '?'?'?.' COXCEILVlNCf CBLLUUISK. .-'? ? .Cellulose, ua us well known, is tiic.ewcu ???.??; .tin! conutitueut of the Ir.uiiew-irk.or wull .;?: ;. ? ..membrane, ot nil phut cell^. It is n rare r. (ion from tliu tvnuiincd jirau-»)iuiiii, but ??' ? in tile n*lvancin-; xroivth of the plant the ?'? , t-ivalls become iourusttil with rain, colour .-?;..? .ing-matter, it. It «imposrn the cells ul ;: ??; . -?_ honeycomb. . Cellulose.' by nanu' of its 7 .peculiar properties!, u being timely i'11'- .duccd.iuto BliipbctiWiiiir, tw, -luu to its j»ro ? ?? perty of swelling rapidly when wot; it pr.1 : venls leakage through Jiolc* below the . ..wntcrliuc. Up to the present ceutury the . only available material from which cellu lose for this purpose could be prepared in millicient quantities was the cueounut shell. The pound libre of. the coccunut shell ..ivllh. a small perccntalM of the original '?.'i'bm constituted the cellulwe ol commerce. Cellulose was lii-t used in shipb...

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What is Suicide? CURIOUS FACTS TOLD BY A CORONER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

What is Suicide? :^{ CURIOUS' FACT8 TOLD BY A' -.'??? ': CORONER. l)r: Wynn Wratcott, the well-knowr. ; coroner for the north-caBlcni district of . Ijondon, wiicb'e tbaervation of fhe^jnptives ami met'hods of HiiieidcM -lur)ng the pa^t twenty years' lias been at lcsnt uh iirtiroaU: . ' , is that of any man living, recently Ice- .' . turcd upon clic subject before the Jledico I.egal fruvietv t,t Si .Ubcm.irlc«treet. . ' :. What maliea a suicide ? It is not, said the doctor, a question of cowardice or lirav- . ..',.' ei-y,'«r cf the prc^enee or-ft'twence of ClirbH ?- tian principles, wumutw tire iioi.^iit.-i»;iru«i by tl»e law. and their brains are frequently ' ? iudi^tinguishai'ic frc.m the , brain? of other The incut usual cau-tw of suicide arc , disease, -jiovcrty^ alcoholism, a lit of piw «ion. or an utbuk of i»in, or duappointed. ? ' . lcri-c. The liishcr the standard of cduca-, ? .1 tion the greater the number of Muicidca. ??-.-?,' Nations )H-i«c*MnR the largent ?number of daily...

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The markets [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

The Markets vObBobt.— H. James & Co. report nrnlor data 10th:— Cattle— A. small ynrchng, cind prices unchanged, Pigs. — A good yarding o£ good uoofal aorta ; thoro vrae a good at-' tondaaco of buyers and wo olbared ovcry thing at pricas in 'advance of |late rates. Quotations aro — Hoavy stores, 2Cs to 20a ; oitra hoavy to 30b ; medium sorts, 10o to 2oo ; small Btores to 13s Od ; elipo, 10s; and other lots at markot , rateo. In conjunction' with Mossrs. A. Macarthur and Co. wo hold a successful clearing sale of dairy cattlo and oundriea for J. Trowin, Es-i., !at our yarda Orhost on 22nd May. Milking cows, in full profit, sold at up to £11 pot hoad, and yocng cattlo, pigo, oto., bringing full markot rates. Land. — ^Vo havo leased: during tbo wook several properties at eatisfnotory pricoo, including 05 norea agricultural land for A. Trowin, Eon.., at 41a por aoro, and a nioo farm .for Q. Trowin, Esq., at 20s por ncror both at Jarrahmond, Orboot. [Tho abovo roport should havo ap...

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JUNE.—30 Days. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

JUNE.— 80 Days. PHASES OF THE MOON. Fall Moon.... ? 7th at 7.12 a.m. - Last Quartor ? 14th at 5.34 a.m. Now Moon ? ,22th at0.0o.m. First Quarter....,',.30th at 12.10 a.m. 5 '.,???? ' [~i 7' ???? - ? ! .3 J * s ? g & « m ? ?g Day of Week a q -g § -§? ' ' « m § % a ? ; ? n sr n u p.m. a.jt. 1 Friday 0 51 4 55 1 20 — 2 Saturday 0 fll 4 55 1 68 12 50 3 SUNDAY 0 51 4 65 2 37 1 55 i Monday 0 52 4 C4 3 18 0 1 6 Tuesday 0 53 4 54 4 2 4 0 0 Wednesday 0 63 4 54 4 51 5 18 7 Thurtday 0 54 4 54 6 45 6 28 8 Fridoy 0 54 4 53 0 44 7 35 9 Saturday 0 56 4 53 7 40 8 38 10 SUNDAY 0 65 4 63 8 40 0 34 11 Monday 0 GG 4 63 0 50 10 23 12 Tuesday 0 50 4 53 10 GO 11 0 13 Wednesday 0 GO 4 53 11 47 11 45 14 Thursday 0 GO 4 63 A.jr. r.31. 15!Friday 0 67 4 53 12 43 12 48 10 Saturday 0 57 4 53 1 37 1 23 17JSUNDAY 0 68 i 6.1 2 32 1 66 18iMondoy 0 68 4 60 3 20 2 28 10 Tuesday 0 50 4 53 4 10 3 2 20 Wednesday 0 50 4 63 5 14 3 30 21 Thursday 7 0 i 64 0 0 4 20 22 Friday 7 0 4 54 7 0 6 5 23'Saturday 7 0 4 54 7 50...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

Inquest. to inquest waahold on Friday, by Mr. Coroner , Murphy, concerning tho doath of Ethol Eich ardson, who died on Wodriondoy lost. Alex. BtahVrdifon, duly sworn, doponod i Ata (jr'niior roaiding inViotorioi I havo toon tho body, of thb docoMod,. and rocosnbo it as my daughter, who waa living with mo up to tho firat of April loot; oho waa abonc lu ycara or ago lost Ootqbor; oho first toot ill obont tho last'Thureday in March j I rotnrnnd homo on th* let of April fram Mrs. Forroat'o, whorq I had booa working; oho .was in bod, nhdap* Soared to bo in a mo3t critical ntato; raakod or what she thought wao tho mnttor with hor. and aftor a tlmo oho said she bud boon eating Croon damsons 1 1 thon mratforllrn.Stokeg to boo if sho coald do anythinRfor hor, lira 8toka3 at that tlmo' did not know that obo was ill - Afro Stoics catnb over and oaidtho girl waa very bad. and adykod mo if Bho woa no bettor noxt morning to not tho doctor i Urn. Stokes paid shecoulii not do anything for hor; I,dl...

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General Cables. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

? (General Cables. : \ . .: London, Wednesday. — Tbo death ia:- announced iof Michael Davitt, a prbmin- ?''?/: ont Irish Homo Ruler. ' . : v The English Derby waa won by Spear- ;,\' mint (by Carbine) ; Puton Beoond; o'noi ,'?-;? Troutbeok third. ??''?:/ ??'?:':. ;y[:'&'^P':X&\$-

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Latest Cablegrams. Fighting in Natal. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

:? ; Biatesfi fflaljlegpan|s..:;:: ? ? / ,; ?,?_-. ? . ^ ? O ? — ? ..-???.?-..;/?? ' :;;:'.';Figntingin; Natal. ?:;A'i ;''/. '? London, Wednesday.^-Detaila of Natal ',' fighting shows that tho -British: force - formod into a square, and rebola made a ? succession of daring attaoka on all Bides, and after resorting to many rnahea sue- ' ceeding in breaking the square. THo rebels rifloa; fired aood. hut caannltion : amongst .loyalists were insignificant. '??;'? Eventually tho rebels were driven off, losing 70 killed. The British force pur-' »! Bued them into Zqlulana, whore 1000 rebels made a determined attack and - killed throe and wounded twelve, and were repulsed after exhibiting great .C bravery. Some rebels wera shot within : ' ' a few yards of tho British linos1. The rebels made a- determirfod stand againBt : the. mounted rifloa, and charged the ' troops, tinco. . - ,..;..

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Bank Manager in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906

. Bank Blnnascr In Trnnlit^. Sydney, Friday.—Fredoriok William Goo, managor of tho Murchison branch ' o£ tho Commercial Bank oE Aastralia,. ia Viotoria, hao boon romandod charged with Btoaling £1227 from tho bank. !

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