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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

?''..' : y.' News' and Notes. Mr. McMillan's contribution to tbc , ;'?? budget dobate should be tho most intor ing. Acting Supremo Court Judge Back house is novcr toun without a handbag. ' Mr. Reid always turns h'm bad: on the Opposition bonchci whoa ho makes a upeeoh. llo always fuces tho Labor menibero. Thero is no lovo lost between Crick and Moaghor. much to tho (solidarity section of tho Houb8. Ho ohoold uho\7 hia Ministerial iats moro conoidcration. Mr. Fcgan. T.I.P., v/ho lives in a board ing houeo, chcora every roforenco to tho cheapening o£ commodities. Mr. Reid cayu ho always rcado the uewopr-pcro, unliho other prominent poli ticiano, vrho profeoa ignoranco of what .ippoaru in print. By tho vray, tho provincial newapapcra ?which aro illctl in tho Parliamentary reading rcota cjto always erectly ccannod by membcro, : Mr. McMillan tilts silently on tho croa3 minietorial benches, between Mr. Storey, a conservative, and Mr. Cotton, a single taxor. ? Mr. Frank Cotton in the owner...

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

Have you provided against tlie severity of our Blanaro Winter ? You cannot do better tnan pay.a; visit to. the BUSH^rAN'S' FRIEND STORES DJegato, -where all vour wants will bo carefullv attonded to, jou will ha\e New Goods bought for this Beason, and suitable for protection against the Irosts and Snows wo all expect. During my last -visit to Sydney I parchabed at the very lowest rates a good stock of Winter Clothing, Warm Dress Materials^ r All classes of Woollen Goods, Macintoshes,; Overcoats, _ ,/ \ - - i ' Jackets & Ulsters. j T 1 Blankets,'^ \ ] ' ' -^ Flannels, { * ^/( \ ^ Warm tfnderwear. AND WILL OFFER AT EXCEPTl6NALLY LOW PRICES, __l ? ; ? i_ WOMEN'S ' ' Jackets! iafcMs! from 5s. THREE-QUARTER CLOAKS, OREPON CAPES, CLOAKS, FDR & FEATHER BOAS, FEATHER TRIMMINGS, &c. I havo secured tho sole agency for Delegate for tho celebrated T BOOTS, and mine is tho only store in Dologato that stocks the genuine article. MEN'S STANDARD SCREW BLUCHERS stamped T Boot,...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 July 1896

Education by ConitF.si'ONDKNCi:. — Coun- try students procuring4 for oxuino. or auxioua to improvo themselves (-an bcr assisted by corrospondonco method. Send for particulars to Mr. James Sott, M.A., mathematical raapter, School of Arts, Sydney. 2s Gd per lesson.- Two guineas per quarter, two letters per wook. As a result of tho appeals to tho Public Service Hoard, a number of increases havo boon made- in tho ealuriou of thf. -? lower-suLined fauchor's. Crick w.-.o tho ehief interjfic.f.Gr during tho budgol Kpeouh. IIo was tho eanuo ot' ? tbo part3- rei-vimination remnrkw jnado by tho Proinicrl', in fact ' Paddy' would make a pareon owear. Tho rpraainn of a man wore found iiour CorDwu lu^t wcutt. A Icnife %v;i« : clasped in tho riyht hand, and tho body Itreeoutsd a honiblo sight. It i^ aup- ; posu«l to bo a c;eo of snicido. : Tho Australian criclrotera havo now played 20 matches on their present tour. Of thcEo thoy havo vron 13, loots, and drawn 4. According to advices frgm Canada i...

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

?;?? ? ^GEUEEUMATISM I, The Marianty Bheumatism Oure! Ci DEE CURE for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout, oto., io tho nnly R-al Permnnont Curo known. k3 It givdB Roliof in throo hours, and o&Vcto a Cnrnin 10 to 40 dayo, according to thn novority ot tho naaa. It hno no rival or equal. Han ourod hundreds of tho moot hopnlcca p.r.npp, and in n. Godnond tatho poor cufloror. Wo nond r.dvico I'\REE. To th--'20 uninfr tho SIARIANTY CORE.— dou't dcjpr.ii-, but sondduUila or your biuTormgo. and get a uupply of thoiUAUIANTYCURE. Wo hwu Testimonislo from many who havo b?on lone: Siffcorn— givon up hv Dictor*— who nrn 110x7 pnrmnnontly ourvd. Tho EIARIANTY RE.MEDIES, uudor PKOFESSOR WATERHOUSE'S Tr«-attno*nt, ^7i^ curo you, whon nil otlio a foil. Tho MARIANTY CURE in cont diroot to ony r/Idrcan on receipt 0? P^ntul Ordor ov Stampa, csroiully psckud, end Post Frco— 2/G, 5/-, and 7/G per bottlo, or thrcy 7,0 bottloj for XI; lullconrco, 35a Mat'iaiiiity EOiemiEiaatSsafl anad (KopI IPiSfls, 2/6 pa...

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

DEATHS. By our Bombala correspondent we learn that Mr. Chas. Ingram, youngest son of the late Henry Ingram, died at his bro- ther's (Mr. T. Ingram's) residence, near Bombala, on Saturday morning last. The cause of death, we understand, was cancer, the result of a gunshot wound received in the face several years since. Ingram, of Tombong. — On Friday, a young man named Alfred Tuckwell, a comparative stranger in the district, died at Mr. M. Havers' residence, Glenroy. He was a victim to that dread malady consumption, and recently caught c. severe cold, which hastened his death. The funeral took place on Sunday after noon.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER II. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

'? , DOREEWV ? The Story ©fa Singer. BY EDNA LYALL. (Am. Eights Keseuved.) CHAPTER II. (Continued.) «No cockneys hero, plonno,'- said Fox ell insolently, Ma bull-dog face darken ing with anger. ?I, too, am an Irishman,1 said Des mond, for tbo first time, feeling that thrill of patriotism which reminded him that although English by eduoution, he had yet Irish blood in hie veins. ??,« Then one stick will serve ior tuu two; ior ineolenco thoro'a not a pin to ohoose betweon you,' said Foxell, irri tated to the last degree; and, seizing ' Larry by bis nhirt collar, ho wao about to bring his knotted walking-stick down on tho old man's bent shoulders, when Desmond, maddanod by the sight, sprang forward and wronchen it from his hand. Both wore now boside thomsolvea with anger; they closed wito each other and fought with a fury which terrified Dor een. Sho saw Max hurry down from the cabin door end try to induce them to stop. He might aa well have spoken to two wild boasts j for their blood ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

,. ;.;..i':;::;.;;;';|:;-;.;r''':.-iA;:'. . ?;;??; ; ./ ?s,,|:;; ?:. -??,?.?.?( ?.?.';?... \.\'.:: ? ; . ' . - '.; . ?''' ..'?'-— rrr;-. ,,'-J.'...V ?'.- '— — r;v''{/;'''V- '''?'; '.'? '; V- ' '?'????? : :' '?' ?' ''???;''.'? '?.''''? '? .'?'' ?'??':?:' ?.' ?'':??? . .??'?;??/? -''.?''??'? '?'' ,': '.-?'?, ?':??'??'.?'?? Have you provided against the scmity ofour, ' ; . ;?-?? ; '' ;'.;' ^. f^liaharo'Winter-f ' ;-{';'?' ,v . ' :c'};^:.'; ;' : '..'? ? You cannot do be.ttor-tnan'pjByia.viBit to tho BUSHMAN'S Fr/eND STORKS Delegate, where all your wanta will be carafully ^ttoudeil to. y«i| will h'avo Now Goods, bought for this season, and suitable for protection agaiaut .the -lTroBti and Snows we all expect. '? . ? . * :..'?. ?????'??.' ??:?;?.?.? ' During my laBt visit -to Sydney I ptirchasod at tiie very lowest rate's a good stock of ' ; /' '. ?'.' . .... . . ;; ' .' j Winter Clothing, ; ?M^::MB-C- ' Warm Dress' Mat^illi^r^;-:;-; ?' '' ;}:J(i4ass|of|||p Macintoshes, ? . ' .?'?-:.???:'...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

General News. Bova.vz.v Cigars. — A revolution in' Ci^urs. Dixon mid Suib manufacture from tl-o cuoicr.M1 Havana Tobacco, with a npe'oa^nry portion of American, at a prieo novi-r ln'foru ittt«!tiij-t-««l — 1 for Od ! Samplo huiuhedii faont, ouniago puid, fur 1W3. ? AUVl. A Bankkh Fi.nt.d.— The fino of £'-jOO imposed by Parliament upon Mr. Watson president of tho Bank o£ Now Zoaland, for contempt of Parliament, xvaa paid to the Work of Pavliumont on Monday after noon. It is understood that tho officiiijg J of tho bunlr intond to adhoro to their deterniiuntion not to divulgo tho infor mation respecting writton-off accounts. Sui-d!:n Dkatii and Atti:s!1'ti:dSuicidi:. — JMrfl. Foid, wifo of Sub-inspector Ford, Orange, was seized with a fit on Satur-. day night aud died nhortly ufterwardfl. Her huobnnu on hearing tho nows was overwhelmed with hip loss and fired three shots in an nttompt to take his own lifo. Onu bullet struck him in tho jaw, but no scviouts iajuriea resulted. Tuosi: ]-oi...

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Wolumla Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

WoIrasiiSa (GoMffieliL ?'?; A cohtcespon-dknt to the Bega Standard writes, under date 25th inst., that there aro no startling developments here, but that sufficient hak been taking place under the influence of, pick and. shovel to continue jjtho well-sustained interest in the field. A new shaft was commenced at the 1'rospectors a tew adys ago, and within a depth of a few feet some excel lent specimens were come upon. This shaft is a short distance, in a S. W. direc tion, from the original ono and in a dip in tho ridge. The returns from the 10 tons of ore sent from thia claim to Syd ney to.be crushed, is still a sealed book, and thera is much prospecting on the reason ?why, those discussing it holding diametrically opposite views ; one section believing it is because- the returns were very poor; another, that they were so rich that tho piopiiotry -wishto get their giip on a larger area before the truth js known and values go lip. 1. have heard, but place littje reliance ou either rep...

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Mining on te Snowy River. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

iiijU^'OJi.iliij' Siioivy lllyai'. . A Comi.wpgrraENr of . the '? Mkmiou:in\': A»k'' 'says- that tao -mineral im^oui-uos --( the Suo'A-y River district aro quartz roefi and rich- Rrgeutifofous formations. Owing to the inaccessibility of the place prospecting is carried on under tlio moat disadvantageous- and ^discouraging con ditions. Nevertheless important work nas ueon aono upon cue muo auu wuuo lino of roof, which is held uudoi.- mining loaso and minors' rights by tho follow ing claims : — Percy, North Percy, South Porcy, Yellow Streak.. Golden Peak, Exhibition, Rosebud, Blossom, Wattlo, Albert, Aurora, Blue Finch, Rising Suu, Coolgardio, Victory, South Victory, Lady Cathorino, Bonanza, aud many others, together with, I am- informed, about CO1 minors' rights claims. Tho reef has been prospected and proved to be aurifer ous for upwards oi' 40 miles. The Clarkville, Bondoc and Baclc Creek reefa have also recently been- taken up again under loaso and minors' rights, and sat isfactor...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

?CHUIICU OP ENGLAND. Snnday, August 0.— Delegate 11 a.m., Crai . gie/8 p oj. 8aiuH *y, An,'U t 8,— Tomhoncj ( Wrighi'o), 3 p.m ' Rev. G-. P. Metcalfe - ' - |ghe gelegate |§rgu& j ?3k MEJtOIt ET FIKEUS. j;ulIB--DiY, JULY '30th, 1895.' j

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Mining at Bonang. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

MimSng- &i BBonamg. _ (IMIOJI 0UH COItltESPONDENT.) Anotiikr of the old mines, known as the Venus, has been taken up, and the reef found on the surface. ?'. This claim is situated on what is known as the1 'blue line' of reef close to the Aurora. The. owners (J. Marriott and party) are getting out, atone for a trial crushing. The mof is about 8 inches in width, and I am told prospects for over ari ounce per ton. The Aurora., I believe, is being floated in Melbourne, and will shortly ba mak ing a start. '?.'?'? ' It is reported that Mr. Grant is going to start work at tho Albert shortly and dr've a tunnel to cut the lines of reef at the river level. This work would havo been in f ul] swing ere now had it not been for a slight difficulty which arose through some dispute between Mr. Grant and two other prospectors who thought they had a' batter right to the claim. However, the affair has been settled without much trouble, and Mr, Grant is in undisputed possession of ? tho ground...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

Thebl i« no 'hriguisiug the fact that povert and destitution in New South Wales u'e keener and more biting ihan ^ ever. Ever wince the miserable . mari time strike of a few years ago the posi !, 'i . ' tion of the tdlers and thV workless +l . workers has been -waxing more desperate. ; Especially' in the metropolis is this fact , ' V - ' painfully appaient The trouble, too, is ' ? emphasised by lamentable lack of en 1 ergy or remorbefulness on the part of the 1 v etiauded. There was a time when they , 5 - -wero able to take care of themselves, but now they absolutely rely upon the bene ficence of the State or private philon v- thiopy to keep tnein 'from starvation. ' f - They seem to have . lost all self-reliance , and independence, and so long as they !i\ ' can got sufficient' -food to keep body and soul together they are contented. But 1 thiB sort of subsistence cannot go on f without irreparable injury to the man hood of tha country. Tho Treasurer in hia financial statement declar...

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Delegate Police Court. THURSDAY, JULY 23. (Before Messrs. R. Liddle, R. L. D'Arcy, and D. Campbell, Js.P.) SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

Delegate Police Court; , ,- ' 'tHUBSDAY, JULY 23. ' ? (Before Messrs. B. Liddlo, E. L. D'Arcy, ' and D. Campbell, Js.P.) , suurv bXi:ALi:rG. James Cuixkn and John Ui-miy iSr.vEii 1DOE wcie charged with rtealing ono sbe9p from Little Plain station, tho pro perty of Dalgety and Co., Limited, of Sydney. Mr. F. E. Mackenzie, of Bombala, ap peared for the prosecution. George Stutchbury deposed : ± am a Sonior-constable of police, stationed at Delegate ;? on the 21et instant I, in com pany with. Constable Keating, proceeded to Little Plain station, where wo saw tho manager, Mr. A. Nicholson ; wo accom panied him to a paddock nbout half a mile from tho head station, where he handed mo a bag containing a sheepskin and head, legs and entrails of a sheep ; I examinedtho skin and found it bore the Little Plain station tar brand, N ; it also bore the station earmark, half; halfpenny and swallow tail ; I produce the skin ; I then went to a camp about a quarter of a mile away, where I aaw the acc...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. IMPROVEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

' : Local 'ImtelMgemce., -. IMPROVEMENT. LEASES. The following improvement leases wili be sold by auction by Messrs. Hardieand Gorman, Sydney, on Wednesday, '2Gth August -pest:— Land IHstri-.t of Bom bala: Parish Wallondibby and Corro-. wong, 2350 acres, not within any hold ing, block No. 15; upset annual rent per block, £G 2s 4d. Parish. Wallendibby not within any holding, 2500 acres, No. 15 ; upset annual rent per block £2 12s Id. Parishes Tarrabundra, Alexander and Tingaringi, 13,300 acres, not withih any; holding; upset annual rent, £13 7s Id, .-..?' . . v . ?

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THE TRIAL OF DR. JAMESON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

THE TRIAL .OF DK. JAMESON.. Ix tho Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice on Tuesday, tho Lord Chief. Justice (Lord Russoll of Killowen) gave judgement iipon the question rained by SirEdwaiJ Clailre on behalf of Dr. ?', Jameson that the indict ment against him and his fellow -accused was vitiated by tuo abeenco of any pro clamation of the Foreign llnli&tmunt Act. Lord Russel), in giving 3 udgmont, said -. that the indictment ^ \-i giod, as t'ie Foreign Enlistment Act .ipplied through out tho whole of her Majesty V dominion*. The tiial of Dr, .Isimeson «m-l the h-o oftlcors charged with him ij juuiocding.

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THE BORDER STOCK TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

THE BORDER STOOtf T\\ v Under the new regulations of the permit system, persons v?;ishing to take Vic torian stock over the border, and to re turn them again, have to give notice of the number of head, the color, and a full description of the brands, and to pay the co&t of tho Government brand being affixed. Tho permit allows thorn to bring tho animals back within oix months. K sheep aro to be ahorn when over the border, notice must bo given, and no stock must bo romoved without notice to tho Cuatoms.

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COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Mr. Jamks Webstee, ac ing on behalf of ' the committee formed to opnose the re arrangement schomo Hiibmitted by th,e directors of: the Commercial Bonk of 'Aus- tralia, has givrn notice of a petition to ' the courts for the liquidation or the Lon don branch, of the bank. Tho maf-.tev will come on for hraring on Aug^et o. The bank's solicitors advise the directors that as the bank has not defaulted in any way thoreisHo chance of the petition ^ boing grau ted. Any proceedings Uken in respect to the London branch would not affect tho position of tho bank in Australia. The directors ha\o received proxies from British depositor to the amount of about £1,-100,000 in favour of . the scheme, as against about I'_'J,000 in opposition to .the scheme. ,

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VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICES^ V Accounts nro at the receipt and pay '-Hcp, Ij-iiriisdnle, for W. ' Clancy, W. Green, W. S. Grenvillo, W. Jo'nnson, and J. Nichol. Licenses and leaaes re voked, lund availiiblo for re-applii-ation : — Henry IIoltnorB, 75-la, Bohang ; Louisa Legge, 034a, Bid\voJl.

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THE IRISH LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 July 1896

THE IRISH LVND BILL. The House of 'Commons eat until 20 ) ''', minutes to G last Fiidav morning and ' / § passed the Iri-ih Land Acts Amendment ' '- Bill through committee. Mr. T. M. Ilealy, the anti-Parnellite i member for North Lnutla, praibed Mr. , ' V' Gerald W. Balfpur, Chief S.-cict iry for 'V' i.D^iiu, iw- me bkui. patience, and: s ?industry which ho hnd diaplaj fid in push- V1 ing the measure through comtnittoo. ' V,4 Lord Ashbourne, the Lord Chancellor ' ! of Ireland, will take the bill through the House of Lords. l| , V it 1

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