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Religious Notices. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

Religions Notices; : Church of Enaland ' ; , * Jan. 20— Delegate, 11 and 7.30; Tom ?rorag.S .':.'. , '?-?... ?'' ?? .?'?;?.'? ??-..?.v .'/.?? Jju 27— Delegate, 11 and7.30s,'Craigie3. :;.... '.'??'. ;. ??;' G., H.'; HlBsi '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

'-, ?'? . :'.??' Special; Advertisements. ' . iir. G.B1, MOSES, ?:^;:.B£i9;TIST7 ; . Tii-its ?'Delegate regularly Evory' ? :'', ' : . ' Mouth. ,. '?? . fl NEXT VISIT t— Tlmrsilay, «4th Jannwy. rcninininK till Sunday, . Vith January. ?'''. v- ..?-???????,'?.?.'? ?'??A-p'p'ii.EsaV-..-''', '-CCfs. Walsh's Boarding IIoubc I'...'.-' 'oVl'OSlTK POST OFFICE, Frank: Thompson, :.. CON3DX.TINO mi OPERATING . Dental Surgeon, {Rogitttsred by tho Dental Board of Now Sonth;w»les,) ^Expert in I0tk opebots. , 'NOTE CHANGE OF ADDRESS: 'Consulting Rooms now Watson's Commercial Hotel. .'? ' A firsixjass waiting room and a comfort iabla surgery has boon fitted np. -.J-r.-S gad. p. ghaunctj, ii.ii.ci;, ixcr. Mat he Consulted at -rax , 'Commercial Hotel, Delegate. . .Pharmaceutical -Ghomist, DELEGATE, . Is noxv open for-'tho' convcuieuce of tho genera] public. If Von Reason ': -..;? : ' '. wift.'yourjfiliyo'u -will --.-?roo tlmt it is, ? '?' ?Msontial to hayoa Chemist iu your : . ? 'town.- , j ' -?': ? '...

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INDIGESTION CURED. More Praise for Bile Beans. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

INDIGESTION CURED. More Praise for Bile1 .Beans. ?When jour arm gets tired irith ?nuYefug baby, carrying a bag ofdoing ?any work in tho office or tho homo, ..you '-01101180 hands.' If you didn't .your arm would become useless; ? In digestion- nioans jaded stomach. You oon't 'change stomachs,' ' and you can't stop 'oatinc. Do you see how Mnous,; 'therefore. Indigestion is F An Ovor, worked organ is crying out for to take, throws upon it moro work. All you can do is togivo it help to do the work, and that'B just what Bilo Deans do. .-Thoy holp feoblo.'ovor workod stomachs to digest food, and who'n thoy have. toned up tho Btomaob. ?to ita full atronn-th, you foavo -thorn off . Mrs'. Ella Bacon,' of Vernor Street, Goulburn, N.S.W., - writes^' For thrco .years . I suffered groatly with ''digestion. No foofl seemed to 'do mo any good, and J wasted away . coiv 'Klorably, and had frequent fainting turns. I hnd tried several advertised cures for Indigestion, but all failed to do mo any good....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

Supplies for the Season to hand! Toys atid fancy Goods A.T LOWEST PRICES I NEW YEAR'S DAY we REMOVE to Premises lately occupied by Witton & Co. '...,,. ,????' ?-'- '; * Xnsrxojsr stores. ^jf*. ?' 'BmlKlI'c' Tea Alphabet MjpujiisWji - v^vi| - ' k. ,ts the foolisK person^ jfjB fail fflpffili ' '^ no* ^c ^cr y°^ **** ' JF^^JJ4( |£f \W- 'Don't take any other sort, ^M W?Wk\ ;i^iston'Bushcllfs'Tea, . ' JZushelVs' tea ^j^^g^r j Sold in five grades from i/- to 2/-, in packets ) [ from %lb upwards.-^ ? Try the 1/3 ! J SOI-X5 AGENT « JOHN FAKHRY. %«* JAS. JONES ^^^s Horseshoer mt^^^k General Black $MAm}Mp smith. WAGGONS SULKIES, and W00L PEESSES? MADE TO OKDEB; A largo stock of Soneonod Hardwood always on hand. uar snoEiNa department is in cburgo of Mr. John Jones, so well' known aa a ohoor ia this district. : ^aiSB ttD'@sa©s, DELEGATE. I 'stop *mt- cough ]\ ? mo CURE the LUMGS WII'DR.SHElOOCr$- 1 MEW.; DISCOVERY fiOUGUS, . . Piles OLDS and . -nm p. -3I ONSUMPTIOH, «/b a O/* Safest an...

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Bombala Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

Boihbala Annual Kaces. (From our Corri:spoxdest.) ? rfjiK Unmbnla Anoiial Uncos took plaoo on Wednesday, under vfSry favorable circumBtanccs. Too- day. was boauti f ully Boo. !«--» t!l° ,af Wtnood' beitiR tho weekly holidny, n lnrio nuraboro£ (ownapDOplo attonried. There was also a good nttondonco from 'tinder tho mountniu' nnd Cnthcart. I did not, liowovor, notice many from I)o!e Balo end. Tho courso wan in aplon'did condition, owing to tho roiu last Sim dov. ' This year tbo coraraittco ro dococi tbo admisnion feo conaidombly, nn-i that tondod in ft grout moosuro toward ensuring a better attendance. Still tho racoa aro not to .bo compared with what they wero in tbn olden ilriye. An I pen this I hevo boside jno a raco book giving tho projinimmo of tho Hombnln racon in 1870 (32 yrmrn 'go. Tho programme may bo of intirest to your readers. Firm J),iy— Maiden Plato of CO rovs., (Ij iniica), Pablicun's Pureo of .TO bovp., 2 miles; TaUcreall's Cup of 100 bovb., Uroiloa; Hurdlo Rnco of 30 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

I A Torpid Liver I WILL OUBEDji MEWT0W& I . ? Tfia Oaco er I ; Sr. t. H. BEHHETT. I i {By Onr Reporter.) 1 ' Various matters cl immense import* j femcc to tho pooplo ol New South Wales I bre illustrated in their turn by rapra j sontatives ol tho pices, and a glanca bt tho following narrative will obow that ;& valuablo addition bos been knddo by Mr. John Ilonry Bcnnott, of No. 100 Lord-sjreot, Newtown, who ooid, when spcakine to our reporter :— 'It in oomo yoara since— when I wao living in Loicbbardt— that 1 found cut lor tnyeolf what no many jpeoplo bavo said concerning Cienjcntn Tonic.' . 'You had occasion to uso that re medy, then ?' 'I had to take comotbinpr,.! Mauro you, although, goodness knowa, 1 had i -drunk enough modicino beforehand, on i ly it liml not boneu'ted mo, and when a l iriRird ' came to soa mo ono May,1 pancl advised the purchnsp of comp Clements : Tonic, I tuckily fell. in with Ho sugircs ? tibri, and' tjot a few bottles. .-'o- other 1 mortal but...

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Late Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

liUte rMarket Reports. Uhbost.— ir. Jamoa nnd Co. report udder date Smurday, January 12 : ? A amall yarding of cattlo, whloh sold it priens a little in advan'oo of lato rntei. Wo eold.— Fat cattlo.— Heifers -Co. £4 17s; vealora £3 8s ; privately a lino of bullocka and cowa at niarkot rates. Stores. — 2:V to 3-yoar-old Bteera £3 10a to£4 la;' 2l-yoar-old do £3 10a; yearlings to 30s ; cows £3 18n to £1 ; cows with calves £1 Ca to £4 1.5s ; yearling hoifera to £2 ; odd lots at markot ratoa. Horaofl.^-Only a few light horses offered. Wo have a splen did enquiry for dumpers nnd draughts. Shenp— Merino owes (full mouth) 10a Ud ; owes and lambs to 17a. Beoa. — E. I. Poll roporto having yarded a lnrgo number of stock at liega on Tuesday. Cuttlo of all clueeos woro considerably lower than previous rates. Quotations: — Slipa 10s 8d, etoro piga 14s Od to 20a Od. Fat nbeep 12a to 13i Cd, storo eheop to 7s 3d. Fat cowe to £5 10s, springers to £4 11s, working bollocks to £0 Ds, storo cows £2 2s t...

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Show Fixtures, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

Show Fixtures, 1907. Nowra— February 13th ojid.l-lth. Moruya— February 13th and Uth. Pambula— February 20th and 2Iet. Boga— March Oth and 7th. Bombala— March I2th and I3th. Dolegato— Maroh IOth and 20th. poouia — April 2-ith and 25th.

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The Angora Goat. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

The Angora (Boat; ; TiiXt tbo. Angofa goat 5s eometiilrig 1 moro than a fad is Bhbwn by- tho I sensational price obtained iy Messrs. I Blaxlaud and..l£noSi of Wyalong No, 2 otation,. for. tho, fleece of tbo stud buck Perfection— namoly,' 4s 2d por lb. 1'erfoction' was, bred by. Mosars. KidraaU ;and. Kompo at tho Peako station; Central -Australia, and \raa bought privatoly.by Mr Blaxland foe 'v 7Cgs., after the dieporoal oalo of the Poako flock, whioh took --'pla'po ia Adelaide in May, lOOG. Po'rfectioa ; vrai shorn ot Wyilong No. 2, Wyalong, ?'? N.S.W,, in September last, cutting a riooco weighing 01b. 8oz., tho otoplo 'measuring 14io. to 15in. Tho Bkirtod portion of the ilcoco;— namely 01b— was ferwardod' to a Now York mor- I ohant, who paid for it at the rate o£ I ono dollar (4s 2d) por lb'., leaving a [ not* return, after deducting co-3t o£ 1 tranamisa.iou.'of £1 2s, It may be oE I interest to thoso who aro watching I tho growth of tho Angora goat indua- I try in thoao Statoo to'...

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Delegate River. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

OofcQa^o BSvqp Soveni! l.indlioldeYs nro doing r.way with cattle for tho pnrpow of stocking np with sheep. The 'jnmbiiek' iZ seemingly gaining, fnvor daily, o ? ,. . o A' thunderstorm visited us . on Sun day last nnd bad its usiml benolicial effects, although it .was not hailed with joy by those who had liay in tlio pruU docks. 83 points of rain foil. o o _. Tlio proposed telopbono commnnica* tion to hero is receiving some attention locally. Information as to aid, Aa, is being obtained for the . Delegnto Pro gress Assooiation. .Now, where nra the voices of Dcllicknom. Cabanandra and Bonnhg, thaftliey nro not crying ont their claims for a telephone. In my opinioni no places are so badly iu need of telephone facilities aa theso iust mentioned. ??? - ' ? ? ? . t- . .: . o/. I tb.ink I linvo previonsly mentioned tho continnal alterations in dnr mail service (at D.R), each time aiming nt scmething better; Albeit satisfaction is not yet iittainod. Tha trouble1 now arises over the fact tha...

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JANUARY—XXXL Days. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

JANTJABY-XXXI. Days. piuau oi iii» moos. — — — - __ Fall Moou „. 29 11 « p.m, ? 8YPNEY 8TANDABD TIME. ? | Sag ' g jj «j -tf § » oH RliSfAtlEiDLE KVBNIS. K « M ^ '''^orl | I . 3 « -» J I 1Lm- *'«? _ ?: M- U M H M P.lt. A.M. H. M. U. IT. 1 Tn 11 SS cintmcuim.- Ami. xw.. itoi 4 40 7 10 8 S3 6 37 0 7 9 27 2 W U 58(0)i\o(W»i-.OpK»i!.i-oid..in!* 47 7 10 9 0 0 SO 0 46 10 8 fl Th 11 CD iniocj liiuliod di«i.isa 4 48 7 10 0 44 7 2510 SO 10 51 4 F II Ii!)5»l.J.m«.-Ojuifblili5»,l_l!3j 4 407 1010 21 8 2111121134 CS 12 (iimnirH.ito.idB.dtai.un 4 B0 7 101O 67 0 20U5E - 05 12 (J fcufpnunt; 4 51 7 10 U 30 10 10 12 Da 12 48 7 M 12 IH»l«t«-»fitii.n»i«lTT.A..^4 527 10 A.M. 11 18 1 10 1 40 8 Tu 12 1 (251 Trl.l o( John llacmtinr, 1803 4 D2 7 10 12 G P.M. 2 20 2 53 0 W 12 Hnni1!«yl»iiM-to.i..i»j 153 7 1112 42 1 23 3 27 4 0 10 Tli 12 S i.i lull. A«MilMi«n1.ia..'M 1547 11 1 2a 2 29 4 33 B 5 U K 12 2 London t.i. yrecked. IKS 1 CD 7 11 2 0 3 SO 5 37 6 8 12 3. 12 S l»)FlruT!,i«troco«!ie-lBj3.1»5 i 55 7 11 2 60...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

latest Cablegrams. London, Wednesday .'? 4000 chincso aro -doomed to perish' at Shantung from starvation owing to an outbreak of small pox. Kingston, tho -capital city of Jumaca, has boon destroyed by oarth qnako and fire. Many lives wore loat, including Sir James Ferguson, former ly Governor of N.Z. Tho dotails of tho disaster show that tho first. accounts were not exaggerated. Sir Alfred Joues telegraphs that all houaos within a radiuB of ton miles- from the ?C3ntro of tho city woro partially destrojel and Ore completed the destruction, Tho killed ara-dstinnted' at,' 100 . audtbo injured at 1000. Tho 'business quartcrhas been com pletely (lrstrovo:i. . Many -peo,il« wej.e onto:nhcd ' in tho burniuir buildingn, and tbo stench is etatod to ba horriblo. The lunatio asylum wda Jentroyod nnd the lunatics nro nt largo. Another correspondent estimator the number of deaths at BOO. ? Mr. Henbi kor Hoaton oatimatoo that the I killed number upwards of '2008, and the 'dainogo at from two^o th...

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Our Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

Our Telegrams; (Fnoa 'o'en CoimKSpoKDBNTS.y Svonkv, Friday - The GovernoT-Qonoral hao oablod to the Duko and Uuches's of Connaught inviting them to vinlt tho Coramon woalth before their roturn to Englauil froih a visit to tho Straita Settlements. 'Muoh unrest provails in tho ranks of tbo Libaral KoCorm l'arty in rogurd to probablo changes. Tho fusiou of parlioa is boing widely dlocucsed. A family rooming at Lancotlold (Vie.) were attnekod with ptomaino poisoning nftor oating tinnod pine apple. Ouo woman died and anothor is in a precarious condition. Tho provisions of tho Government Savinga Dank Act roloting to advances to Bettors, will como into operation iu a fow dayo. Krefl. i£immorlio, aged 49, waB found hanging in a, trco near Tpowom ba yoatorday. Ho apparently placed a ropo round hirt nock und thon shot himsolf. Mr, Carruthorn states that no per son has any authority to mako a Btatcmont referring to his .probablo retirement from politics. Ho explains that health ii tha only din...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

~/c_^_~~ — ? — ? -~ ? — -— — -n f iTo the Residents of the South eoagt Jijtviets. | ', : ? ? Wo wish to inform onr patrons that wo aro now showing; a^ ^vcry ) : ? choico and splendid assortment of all tho latent designs in SUITINOS. { } .8EBGES, FANCY VESTIUGS, and TBOCSEUINGS. J Wp should bo pleased to forward a full rango o£ Samples on application- f NOTB ADDRESS : ' , MERCHANT TAILORS, 107-9 OXFORD ST. (only) - ! ' N B.-W0 wiih to -t«to tb»t T. O. PRITeHHRO la oor onlr .otborlsoil Eepre. j t untnilTO who inololy eotltlod to rocelro orders and collect tnonojB on our tannK. ? A Tho sort you want is tho boat, and that is my sotU IToa Want a SULKY, and You Mast Ilavc a Good One CH^S. COMMONS .-..?? .CAN SUPPLY YOU Eqnalin Material and Finish to a Sydncyione. PROOF — Our Prizes against Competitors in dib 'Show ring. Goachbuilding, . . ' J ] Wheelwrighting^ BlacEismiifaing, ' ' and Shoeing* By Experienced Mod. IROSMONGEUY ot aU kinds, also POTTIES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES, Btocltod. ...

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Catheart. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

©atiacaK. Tliero wai a heavy thunderstorm on bunday afternoon laatibg four hours. . ' Moaars. W. Davi9, T. Moroing and O. Solomon havo boon gazottod Trustees of Cathcart School of Arta. U Q Tho motion, to bo brought forward at tbo no.tt mooting of tho Shiro Coun cil, to havo all lands in tho Bibbon luko Shiro roappraiaod' in certain to givo satisfaction to ovory small holdor in tho Shiro, and receive the support of a majority of tho Councillor. Somo time mUBt olapao hoforo this oan bo uceompliahod, in tbo Urut plneo valu ators will. havo to bo appointed who. will require to Inapoct ov.-ry holdlnir' in tho Shiro. Hut it will bo gratifying to know that wo will not bo taxml on tlio proaout inequitable vnluntlona. Thoro aro thonaandi of acres of land huld by largo holders with ho im provomonts on with tho oxcoption of a fow founds, land wtiich if cut into small blocks nnd offered for salo would fetch from £i to £0 per acra. Tho unimproved capital valuo of thin land, I undorstaml, does n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

M When you hurt' yourself your M'hand naturally flics to the place to ?j\ rub it That is instinct — Nature V'l jAoi.ii.jt the way. The 'way' fi'\ it cH is to rub with Zam-Buk, be $ '~\ ciuse this is a pure healing balm. WA t'cL from ll': ra'cid :inim:i1 ''l3- , *''Jv\ mineral poisons, and turpentine £jj\ Iclin in common n en gt^jL «*\ composed of (he refined bd'sams EflU\ from rcrtain rare herbs it is easily B'liv-A absorbed. . It is soothing hcalinj, Ur r'A and antiseptic. It heals bruises, BA'^J c''' h'rns' 5c;'lds- sP''''s, cold VrMi-i equally1 by the hou'suwife and the r*°4 athlete for expelling pain ftfC'SLitlJ' -' — - — ^— *- ^ or an iHmiiU -??' ?-'' »' »?-- '' '''. I''''1

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From Our Correspondents. Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

From Our Cpmspiirts. Bombala. His polocate friends will bo glad to hoar -that Mr Ross-Edwards is pro groBsing favorably, and will Boon bo out of tbo hospital, o o Tho denth is reported nt Wnverlv of Mr. Jns Thompson (father of Mr. T. Thompson, lato head matter of tho local publio school). Tho decoaaod was agod 09. 0 o Tho Hov. C. C. Gillett was unablo to conduct ovoning sorvico boro on Sunday, being detained by a heavy thunderstorm whilo on routo from Craigio. Tho Craigio braB3 band of 18 por formora paid us a visit on Saturday, and playud a number of selections in tbo main stroot. Bandmueter lioiloitor conducted, and ia to ho conprmtulntol on tho proficiency o£ his pupils, o o A 2-1-h.p. Morcsdon car, on route from Sydnoy to Edon, broko dov/n at Ando (Combala-Nimitybollo road) lnat weok, and tho panBoneoro camo on by conch, Tbo ropairo to tbo motor wero olTected by Mr. W, Way. o . o On Wednesday and Thursday nights Dinner's circus performed here to fairly good houeos. Although tho ...

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East Gippsland Roads. GOVERNMENT TO SPEND £20,000. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

East Gippslaiul Roads. GOVERNMENT TO SPEND £20,000. As tbo remilt of nn interview with Mr. Koogh, M.L.A., on tho 7th inet.. tho Troasuror (Mr. lleut) has docidod that n. sum of £20,000 shall bo expended on roods in East Gippslnnd. Mr Koogh urged upon tho Troauuror tho necossity of entering upon ouch oxpondituro in ordor to rinnn un n valuablo tract of country which %\ no now inaccoBgiblo. Mr. Bent woo con siderably impressed, as tho country in question formed part of thnt which ho visited eome months back, and sub sequently praifed unrosorvodly in his lecture at tho Town-hnll. Ho sont for tho survoyor-general (Mr. Rood), and, after studying tho jjl»nn of tho coun try, decided that tho monoy should bo applied to conotruoting a road for bo tween 20 and 30 inileu along tho val loy of' tho M'AlliBtor Kivor. Thlo work, Mr. Bont subsequently stated, would opon up an area of 400,000 or 500,000 acrCB. ?

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Victorian Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 18 January 1907

v Tictoriah No^es. Under tbo LIoonBing Act a fomnlo licensee most bouot under 25 fears ot.age. '.'.'? \ '..''. ' , '..'.? ? '..? ? p '?'? o '.. ?? o . ' '?' Ono result of tbo Now- I.ieonsinff Act ia that tho 13 hotollicopors o£ Horsham havo docidod to raiso tho price of boor to Od por glass. O ?. ? ; O '.????? pat of 214 persona whoao estates were sorjoostrated during 1000 in Molbonrno, 37 woro railway om ployoeB. ? ?'..;' o ? o ? .'. Tho Stato Cabinet has dectdod to epond. £700 ia making the Uuohan cavos oodvenieatljr accossiblo to tourists. o o .? , ' Froposale havo boon modo to re move the present gonoral Hospital and erect now promises on a site now occupied by the Pig sod Cattle Mar kota on Sydnoy road, and to demolish tbn Town Hall in SwauBon Street and build a more commodious etructo.ro on tho prosont Hospital site. ' o o . ? A lady left the Premier's office- tho othor day disgusted with tho methods followed by tho Government irj attraction: immigration. Shohndia&t ha...

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