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An Inhuman Wretch. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

An Inhuman Wretch. Thfre are Borne boings oo earth whose conduct is BUOIi that soarcely a word in the English language con bo found to describe them. They, through continual truokling in drink, have becomo sunken almost below the level of the brute beast, and wo regret to say that Batburst is not free from such characters, but we hope that their number is very limited, Facis have bnon brought to light recently which shew that a so-eallrtd man has sunk so low that, not content with robbing his family of their daily bread, be will even go so far as to treat in a most brutal maaner his wife while lying on a bed of sickness. Our readers will remember that not many months ago a woman named Horan was severely burned, and since that time she has been in a very critical state. Her husband, a tinsmith by trade, and when sober a good workman, is unfortunately given to drink and bat now become a " per fect sot." Since bis wife's illness he has been drunk oontinually, and bis conduct towards he...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Chinese Feast-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

A Chinese if east-Day. i. The Kiandr'a: correspondent of the Tumut and Adelong Times says It is some feaat timej with | Chinamen,; and there i was an amusing ceremony performed by about 20 of them on-Sunday last, when they parried a full-grown pig well cooked on a Hancl-barroW up to: wlidrb some. Chinamen were buried. Then eaoh ^Mongolian made three bows to the pig and'sprinkled some grog over it, lit different kinds "of matches, as candles, arid placed them around the pig and on the graves; after which they commenced out ting jaDd eating the pig, which, above all was relished with cake, and freely distributee! soraof of their peculiar '''tuoker" to any visitor who would acoept it. , Whatever may be advanced against"Johh as a colonist, he is at least hospitable and well disposed to wards his. neighbours on least doy; but roast frgjy .cake, and .grog^B an unheard,of admixturo of food.L; .' \ \ " ' ' ' ' ' ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Garroting in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

Garroting in Melbourne. ' The Argus givos the following particulars of an audacious robbery in open day in the streets:of Melbourne :-"A Chinese miser, named Ah Moy, was garroted in Little Bourke-street, no Fir the Prinooss' Theatre, at fi Jo'tloolc on Saturday afternoon, by two larrikinB, t and robbed of a £lO>riote, 20 BOVetfiiRns, and 30/-,in silver, .which he had eeorefed nbout his olotbing. The Mongolian, whoigathers rags and bones for a livelihood, wasproceeding quietly along the street, when he was rushed upon by a larrikin and held! titjhly from' behind^ while a companion rifled bis poohets. He was then assaulted and knocked down,and the garroters made off, 'The matter was1 placed in'the hands of the polioe, and later in the evening two well-known characters named Morgan, alias Henry Morris,; and .- William JRyan, were arrested by detaotives Lovie and'.Oharles and jopnstableuHolland/ and! placedv in tho: city (lookup on .oharges of assault and srobbery. None of tlie money...

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Reprieve. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

Reprieve. This celebrated sire, and-wonderful per former on the turf has bopn purchased by Mr.: Matthew MoAlister from Mr. Rouse who purchased him from Mr. Oosgrove after his j running Dagwortb, the two celebrated dend-fieats, throe miloB each, on the Rand wioh course in 1873; Reprieve, Yattondon's greatest, son,, dam , gazelle (whose, eire, Reprieve, was imported-henoe his name), is acknowledged, by' air racing men and judge's to be 71bs a better horse than ever was foaled in Australia--Dagworth NOT excepted. Mr,; MoAlister has arranged for this well known Yattondon .sire to Btund at Dun troo'n, and serve a limited number,of mares At £6,;6/. . :? . V ' ' i' ?

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

ESiL^ISSBJ CHATTER XVI.-CONTINUED. ELLEN'S hoad was resting on Frank's Bboul dor j bis arm was round her waist; while bis other liaud was playing wiili her riogs, which sparkled in the moonlight. "Rather a change in the adornments of these fingers since I last held them in mine, darling!" Frank whispered. "The poor lijtle turquoise ring which I gave you looks shame-faced enough amidst these diamonds, and opals, and emeralds." " " It is dearer to me than any of them, Frank," the girl replied" it is the only onothat never leaves my hand, night or day. Bee!" she said, moving it with an effort, and showing the strained skin under neath; " it has found its way into my flesh sihcG'you first placed it there, as you have found yonr way into ray heart." "And whose gifts are these ?" said Frank, touching, the others. " All presents from one devoted swain," said Ellen, *'who declares ho cannot find gifts too costty for me, and that ho only values his riches! for the sake of bestowing thorn on ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Terrible Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

Terrible Accident. On Sunday morning, about 6 o'clock, the Dubtio Dispatch reports, a terrible accident occurred at No. 13 cutting, about 10 mile8 from Dubbo, on the railway line lo Nynnan* Two men, named Thomas Johns and Wil" liam Jones, employed at the cutting, were asleep in their tent, and were awoke by a fellow-labourer, named Denis McCarthy, who occupied a tern a little way off. He told them they were in imminent danger from a tree falling. The tree had been set on fire three days previously by Johns. Jonea and Johns did not take any notice of the warning, thinking there was no cause for alarm, and remained in the tent. Shortly after tho tree fell across their tent, and killed Johns almost instantaneously and Jones was slightly iujured. How he escaped meeting the same fate as bis mate is ex traordinary. The tree fell across deceased's body and crushed life out of him at once.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

The Strange and Prevailing S$iscn»c ufthis Country. LIKI3 a tbiof at night, it Bto»ls in upon ub un awares. i Mmi.y porsous havo pains about, the ch '.Ht and aidoB, and i-omctimiB in tho buclc. Tlioy fuel (lull anil sleepy: tho mouth bus » bnd tasto, especially in the morning. A sort of sticky sliino coiliOls about tbo teeth, The uppetito is poor. There is a fc<liri« like a ho»vy load on thostomach; sometimes n faint ell-gone sensation at Ihe pit of tbo stomach which food doos not satisfy. Theeyosaro himlion, the hands end foot In-come cold and feel clnminy. Aftor a while ft OOURIi sots in, at first dry, hut aftor a few months it in attended with n gteonish coloured expectoration. The iifil cted one fouls tired all thu while, and sleep does not seem to afford any rest. , Alter a time ho tieeninus nervous, irrit'iblo, and gloomy, and has evil forebodings. Thoro iB a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in tho head when ii»int> up suddenly. The bowels become COB tiv« ...

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A Singular Attempt to Commit Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

A Singular Attempt to Commit Suicide. The Batburst Times reports that a China man, named Ah Tuck, who rejoices in a very Ion# pig1 tail, was arrested on Saturday night on a charge of larceny, and lodged in the lockup at Milltown. Hearing a noise in the" cell, constable Gallagher ran and opened the door, and found Ab Tuck hanging from the grating of the cell with his feet about a foot from the Door, foaming at the mouth and with his tongue protruding. A very short time would evidently have fin ished him. The constable had to hold bim np in his arms to relieve the pressure on bis throat until a knife was brought by Mrs. Gallagher, and the prisoner was cut down. It was then found that he had stood on the tub, and had attached his comfortcr to the grating. This not being loog enough he had taken a turn of his pigtail round his neck, passing it under the upper part of the tail and making the end fast to the com forter. Having everything comfortably ar ranged, he. kicked away the tub, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 August 1881

MESSES. CARTER & SON CFbom LONDON), SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL ESESKTI'IS'rS, OP 32 COLLEGE-STREET, SOMERSET'HOUSE, ? HYDE PARK, & Aubuhn-htreet, SYDNEY, GOULBURN, BEG to announce that, In consequence of the success attending their monthly visits to Goul> burn during the last three years, they have decided To Establish (after August 8th) a Permanent Dental Surgery, AT TUB ABOVIQ AllDHBSS, Where MR. GEORGE E. CARTER may bo CON SULTED DAILY, betwoeu the hours of 10 and 5, except daring the first week of each mouth, when ho will visit Ybbs, Young, Wag,ja Wagga, &c. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mesbiib. CARTEU & SON having special fnoili ties for the construction of the above, on the latest English principles, can guarantee perfect fit, tnusti cation, and natural appearuuee, at a MODERATE COST, All other Dental operations skilfully performed, CONSULTATIONS FREE. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. CSSSEF DEPOT: WO. I DARLING STORES, HARBOUR-STREET, SYDNEY. BRANCH OFFICE : AUB...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. ? . ' ? FRIDAY NIGIXT, A sushoiotjs onse was reported yesterday of d man named HuttoD, residiug in Eggley Btreet,: Surry Hills. It was pronounced by the medical men this morning to be an un doubted case of small-pox. The man's removal to quarantine was ordered ; but bia wifo objeoted^ and says bo shall not go, and that any attempt to remove him will be re sisted.^ . ? Fairley and prundwelll's tender has been accepted for fenoing at the Public school, Gouibtirn. / No formaldecision bos yet been made by the Ministry with regard to Mr. Baker's re signation. This,'is probably owing to the absenoe from'town.of, Sir HonryParkes. :It is generally believed, however, that the resignation.will be aooepted, Another tramway aooidont ocourred this morning. A man named Sohumacker was driving a horse and oart.abroBS the Waverley line just as the motor approached. A col-' . lision ensued, when the' horse was thrown down, both shafts of the cart broken, and the man thr...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news;"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tlioni and wliat't :he newt'."-King John. Splendid market for fat cattle. Rich discovery of gold reported at Armi-' dale. ? \ . Corporation sale-yards are to be erected at Bathurst. Glorious rain foil in Goulburn on Thurs day night. Football match postponed. Glenheads not coming. ' A caterpillar pest is causing havoc in parts of Victoria. . Sbenring^operations are in full swing in the baclaSjPEhtry. Lord Qireensberry has sent Cradlaugh a cheque for £50. The Governor of Victoria arrired in Syd ney on Thursday. Evans is the name of one of the crack cricketers in England this season. The Government does not desire to stop ringbarking, but to regulate it. ( John Oocis, charged with manBlaughter of Peter Buckley, was acquitted. Last year Chinese storekeepers in the colony bought ,£50,000 worth of drapery from Sydney importers, 600 signatures have been obtained in Bathurst to a petition for the reduction of railway rates for farm produce. Mr. Goldsmith, truant offi...

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RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTER FOR MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTER F9R MINES. IN the Legislative Assembly, on Thursday night, Mr. Watson said (hat, on behalf of Sir John Robertson and in the absence of Sir Henry Parlres, he had to announcs to the House (hat the Hon. the Minister for Mines hud resigned his office in the Minis try. Ho had thought it well to read the correspondence which had passed on the subject. The following was Mr. Baker's letter:-"Sydney, August 11, 1881. Dear Sir John,-The untortunate illness of Sir Henry Partes .has been, up to now, in the way of my saying to my colleagues that I fool that the alleged necessity for on inquiry into matters chal lenging my rectitude makes it incumbent on mo, in duty to you all, and for the up holding of my own honour and position, that I should resign the ofiioe of Secretary for Mines, which i now do, by enclosing to you for his Excellency tho Governor my formal resignation. It would bo iucom pmible with my idea of tho dignity of a Minister of tho Orawa to hold office ...

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THE TAMWORTH LETTER-STEALING CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

THK TAMWORTH LETTER-STEAL raa OASS. TO TUB EDITOS. SIR,-Many of us Lave rend and admired tb® brave notions done by the gnllants of England and Ireland on behalf of tboso of their countrymon who rendered a service to the public, and no'doubt a readiness will b« found. in our rnidat to rival the haroiu practices of those who flourished in the brave days of old, whenever an opportunity arjaoa that Will serre to test the extent of our appreciation of worth aud honour. I think suob an opportunity has been given us, and it now remaius for those of us who still beliore that the days of chivalry are not yet gone, to come forward and prove to the country that theie is yet tv spark of the generosity and noblGipindednoas amongst us, by publicly thanking Mr. T. B. Bur^is, our respected Bs&iNtunt-postmasterj'for being the means of ridding Qoulburn, nt the risk of his own position, of the mini Thompson, formerly nenistrint in the Guullurn post offioe, and who has sinue buen sen tenced to ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY.. .TmmsDAY, AUGUST 11. Iw the Legislative Assembly,- . The, House'aRain went into committee on the Ringbaiking on Grown Lands Regula tion Bill. ; Olause 4 was again moved, and debated at considerable length. , Mr. Hoskins, at the suggestion of Sir P. Jennings,'moved an amendment in sub-sec tion 2, enacting that ringbarkihg, for which o imposition might be claimed,, should'-be' of the nature to increase the value of the land to the conditional purchaser, or otherwise, which was agrood to. Sir. P. Jennings moved another amendment, which substan tially preserved all existing rights respect ing compensation, 'which was negatived on division.by 44,to 18. ' An nm«ndment by Mr. H. C.' Dangar, re taining the provision'for allowing only,the_ aoiii'il oust of ringbarking, butexcluding,the" condition' that compensation should be limited, to the money cost, was agreed to,.as was also a verbal amundm'ont,-which was moved by the same hon. member. r : ? ' Mr. 'MoBlhone proposed 'tbaf...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

YAS8 NEWS. (FROM OUR CORUESFOHDBNT.) AFFILIATION CASE,-Tho CHBB of Snully v. O-impbell outno before the court on Wednes day, und was further adjournod for three we uka. LARCENY AT NORTH YASS.-Elizabeth 8a,wyer was, ou Thursday, chsrgod with h .vin^ stolen from the North Yubs Iuu a pea given merino skirt, which was claimed by one Martha Jane Mauls ay, of the once famous Reedy "Oioi'k, near Yasa. The skirt wa» really not worth tnuoh, but the evidence re garding it was voluminous, and after hearing it the beuch iinod the accusad 20/. Tho presiding juetioos wore Mr, Y.»IOJ; P.M., and Mr. W. McBean. Mr. Wilkinson appeared for tho acoused. APPEAL COURT.-At the Appeal Court of the Municipal council on Wodnoaday there were eleven cases, out of which three only were reduced. The presiding justices were Mr. Yates, P.M., and Mr. W. jAuBeau. YASS P, AND A. ASSOCIATION,-A meet ing of the committee of this association was held on Wednesday last. After going through oertain buaiuens, the secretary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

JOHN BRIDGE, > Sydney, ?; OOL '& PRODu'oiC AUCTIONEER, LITE STOCK, STATION, and FINANCIAL AGENT, FLOVBiQRAlNi 'is METAL BROKE!*.', -'a v; W: rais MiiiBOt* Iff. & A. H£U'Ji,JLJKJl& (LATE oj' Blioh-stiu'et) SYisrcasir, BEG <o inltmiito to tbrir lru-ud« ond (ho public of Ooiilbiirn (»i«t II,oy Imvn opmi'd ii fiist clues House, at. Hie promises lately occupied 'hy Sirs, IUcUooibo, To be known as "OLIVE HOUSE" Sloune-street, Qoulburn. STABLES TO LET. MESSES. CARTER & SON (Fbom LONDON), SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL Z>E3 JXTTX&T1^, oir 32 COLLEGE-STREET, SOMERSET HOUSE, HYDK PAH2C, & Adboun-STBIIET, SYDNEY, GOULBURN, BKG to announce that# in conscquenco of th success attending their monthly visits to Goul burn during the last throe years, they have decided To Establish (after August 8th) a Permanent Dental Surgery, AT TUB ABOVE ADDUUSS, Where MB. GEO BUM Ii. CARTER may bo CON SULTED DAILY, between tlio hours oflO tml 5. excopt dur...

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Southern Daily Argus PUBLISHED EYERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. MR. DALLEY ON THE CHINESE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

prnttljcnt jfatlg ^rps 3?UBXjX8I-II0X> EYEEY MOENING Trutli, ever lovely ilnr.e the world began, Tlio foe or tyranta and the friend of mla.-Camptell, GOULBURN: SATURDAY, AUGUST "IS. MR. DALLEY ON THE CHINESE BILL. WE cannot help thinking that some disap pointment will bo felt by those who road Mr. W. B. PALLET'S speech, delivered by him at the bar of the Legislative Council on Wednesday evoniog, in which he publicly protested, on behalf of the Ohinese residents of the colony, against the measure now before the House. If, however, despite the arguments adduced, and the statement of the case as.put before the country by one of our most brilliant speakers and most cogent reisonors, the Parliament decides that in the highest interests of the commuaity it is essential to pass into law the measure now before them, then, as Mr. DALLEY has said, the Legislature will be relieved from the imputation of precipitate action, and the Ohinese will be satisfied that thoir oase has been fairly pu...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. Before Mr. H. Voss, Captian Rosei, and Mr. Conolly. SUSPICION OF CAUSING THE DEATH OF A CHILD. Ellen Kendall was charged as above. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

GOULBURN PGUCE COUrtT. FIIIDAY, AUGUST 12. Before Mr. H. Yos8, CN^HAIU lljsei, and Mr. Couolly. SUSPICION OF CAUSING THE DEATH 01" A CHILD. Ellon Kendall WAE CTIARGOIL as aboro. Sergeant Gibbons deposed : I went to the I residence of James Williams, R^ynolda stroot, Goiilburn, and arrested the prisoner, I Ellon Kendall; I charged bor on suspicion j of oaUBing the death of Ad* Blanche W u liams ; she showed me a buttle and aaiu she bad given the obild no medicine oxcapt what ehe had reoeived from Dr, (Jentlo ; I saw the child dead in that bouse ; I told the prisoner I should detain bor until thtre should be an inquiry inlo the death of the child. Sonior-sorgoant Fenton prayed for a ramand to the coroner's at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The remand was granted, RIOTOUS BEHAVIOTJB. Edward Lancaster, Oharloa Stewart, and William MoOarthy wore charged with riotous conduct in Auburn-street oil tho 8th instant. Mr. Betts appeared for defendants, who pleaded not guilty. Senior-sergeant Fonto...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Esi-oEjESEsr "W^sri^rxvffis.! CHAPTER XVL-TCONTINUED. " SCARCELY knowing whither I went, I had wandered into tho lowcBt quarter of the ci'y, when my reverie was suddenly interrupted by tbe opening of a door of one of tho night cellars, common in those parts, whence was violently ejected a man, who, after stagger ing a few paces, fell bruised, and bleeding In the roadway. Tho door was speedily olosedafter him, and the bright, stream of light which it had emitted was shut in ; hut not before, by its aid, I had recognised his features. Ho was a well known in the gold fiolda; not so much from his violent, quarrel some temper-though that had gained for him a sufficiently bad name-as for the persistent ill-luck, which, according to all aocounts, had attended all his operations. So cursed had ho been by fate, that be bod acquired the nioknamo of Jonah, and bad invariably been refused permission to at tach himself to any band of diggers ; so that J lie was always to be soen, generally at so...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Football Match Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS Football Matcii Postponed. The match betweon tlie Goulburn Club and tliB Glenhoads from Sydney is off for the present, a telegram having been received by tho local club last night stating that the Syduey team wer» not coming, i

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