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RAILWAY COLLISION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

RAILWAY COLLISION IN AMERICA. Fnosr New York it ia roported that a collision has ocourred at Atlantic City, a popular seaside re8ort in New Jersey, between two excursion- trains. The boiler of one of the engines burst. Fort3'-two persons were Idlled and 80 wore injured.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

*Jj .. ? — ? ? ? — ? — — ^ ' The deplorable poverty and industrial )li\n paiolyBis which ore productive of eo V much distress in New South Wales con L ^ etitute a. national crimo for which tliore '/- is no excuse. Our Statisticians continu **, *~ &Uy point to our unrivalled resources, iA and tb.6 preso print articleo on our sta ff- bility, and fervent statesmen lofor to $&*- the immensity of our ?wealth. But not ty¥ withstanding the truth of those figures \ I and observations, tho fact remains that .§_ a multitude of tho inhabitants are either y$x unprofitably employed or are workless. V, The secret of the troublo is not far to | y seek. For some strange and inexplicable j fyf reason we lack activity, ontorpriso, and \.^ W. energy There is no movomont on tho fy ' ' part ot oapitaliats to opon up vast and -» valuablo avonuee for wan-os and wealth. 1 Men with money will not launch out, and are content to reap a little interest or allow their money to reirain idle. * 4 ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY CYCLISTS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

SYDNEY CYCLISTS IX ENGLAND. Last Saturday afternoon tho Australian cyclists Lowia, Mogson, and Payno met a team of English cyclists in two racea over five miles and ono mile. The Australians were defeated easily by 18 points. ' In each event the- English riders finished first, second, and- third. Mogson waa chcerod for his plucky riding.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

;'r:;;;:D0jaEEN.-:;'; ? The Story of a Singer. ? .. BY EDNA LYALL. .' (Au, Bioirrs IlBSEBvnD.) ' , CHAPTER III. (Continued.) By nino o'olooL Boreon wno ia bod, but ? her sleep was uneaey and troubled by . ?; dreams. She woke shuddering with ? ' ' '. . terror ao tbe clock struck eleven. All '. was dark and still. She Bat up in bod, staring out into into the datknosu ; had .. . it, after all, boen only a droam, — that frightful sceno of a man foiling back with distorted £aco, and pinking into ;' ? the water, yot riaing ogain olooo bopido \mr9 Alftn! if. T7j-r n /Irnndful rficlitV. Sho romocabored overvtbinc distinctly v 'now, and foil back again on tbo pillow '.'..' in a pnrosyom of tho moot ogouioing - fefcr sho had ovor known. Ifc waa not tho' moro memory that terrified her, nor ? evon tho ftar that John Duonaond might .;?' be arroated ; it waa a wild, rmrcccDiiing .'.' . fancy that tbo murdered man 170.2 clono . ? ;. ,' besido hor. Evory moment o'.'.o dreaded to 000 hib faao loomin...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

ILoc&Il HMelllSftesiicei — . RAINFALL. The rainfall registered by Mr. R, Li'ddle at his residence, Cometvillo, Delegate, for tho month of July, amounted to 60 points on 14 days. For tho correspond ing period of last year M8 points wero registered on 16 days.

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TIDAL WAVE IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

TIDAL WAVE IN CHINA. A SMAi.r. tidal' wave, ONtonding to a width of five mileu, haa inundated Ki.ingau/a province Oi Ciilnc. Four thouraud persons perished, and gra.it damage was done to tho cropa. It ia feared that a famino willrosult.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

SCHOOL OP ARTS. A general meeting of tho building com mittee of tho above is called in. our ad vertising columns for Tuenclay, 25th lust., on which date all liot-holdoro aro requested to havo the amounts promised on their lists collected, in order that an idea may bo arrived at of tuo total amount of funds in hand.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISASTER IN HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

. DISASTER IN HUNGARY. A i-isASTi:n has occurred at Funfkirchcn, r. tov.i: in Hungary, and tho capital of tho province of Jlarauyc. 23y tbo c.-plosioa olc larpe quantity of gunpowder in a ntoro tho town-hall wud wrecked, and 150 peoplo vrero injured, most of thom seriously.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

SHIPPING. Imports by Mr. Booth, to 23rd July : — GO hf-8lf6 iiour, 4 cs Byrup and treaclo, cs h'ware, cs ink, 3 cs vostas, G cs soap, cs axes, cs whisky. 5 hf-chts tea, cke'waro, pkgo whips, pkgo brooms, csk whisky, cs brandy, bx tobacco, bx sauco, m'pkgo, vyce, 30 i-oks flour, 15 bgs salt, 5 hf chta tea, 10 co kcrodeno, 5 sko maize, 22 kIcb oats, 1 ok wheat. Exports por Mr, Booth for July : — 4320 opossum, 080 wulluby, GO boar, and 70 kangaroo skins. Gold : 30oz. alluvial.

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THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

THE SCULLING CIIAriPIONSIIIP. Jacod Gaud.vur haa agreed to tho condi tions laid down in tho challonge of James Stanbu^-, the Australian, to row for tho chamnioniihip of tho world aud £1000 a-side. ' Th3 contest will tnl:o ~v-laco on tho Themes early in September.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

i. 7 :i\',,!-;v- ' A'nnffiE;TJniite»ij?ipd mil xeceive PKODUC :: ;???'? : ?? ??:' .. ? :'? B--'v 'ia^MijljIftgfriti'B RnomB. Dalogatef on 7 vMi^'lj iM t|jFf i&aiy .and Saturday , : . '; r-; :v ''???: ' .: '/«* oapH .week. Highest CASH Prico given. ^:;';'4v-v:^;^.v'!^; ?? '' . W.N. STONE. B$0!& 'LADIES' SAFECJUJAEID ''?-V;': '£'# ':v '?'.'! ??? : - ' (Registered). '? '? *?? ' ? r- ' ? '* *?? ft * ' ' ? ? '* .:;ii'^(-;-':^qr.-2LDIE8!l FKENCH SAFETY PILI ?,-?;' '?? ; : '? JLj are tho quickont, Sureot, and bast mod ?'. '' ? cine for restoring Kogularity, no mattor wl |v;' 7' '?':'?'? or how. long dolnyed. Thoy NEVER foil ' ?' ?'.'..? Take no othora ! Bojt, cont frca from Obnorw ? .'?;?? . tion, '7/6, Extra Strocg, 20/. (RUGrcntaod Al , ' ' Address: PROFESSOR HAUTMONT, E.M.I . ?'. :'.'? ? '. Victoria-otroor, North ilolbourno. . ;.'? ?':??'?. 62T ALL Lkttecs Bocned. Ailments Pecialian1 to Women ?'?? ' : TOTATURE has provided hor own Nattm ';?.?.??' JL^I Remedies for tho ma...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

Chailes Commons ISSTIUiIN'FRONf.:. a« 7T HAVE distanced all Jfi^J/^si -^- Competitors . in the MfoWit BLACKSMITHINGtrado. /T~^rpi$ ^y V7ork nc:do no pnS wjfy-^ff'! inC — everything io upto 0j _T*rV ^f J?RICES ARE REASON It io mv bncino-3 cud plczsuro to {jive the .ntmosfc cr.tiofr.ction to ell Customora. Everything connected with the trade kept in stock. ' '.'? '? Oppouito M. Goodman's Storon. DELEGATE SMITHY.. Robert Wailing, PRIZE HORSE-SHOER ? ? .and ;'; y . ?. General Blacksmith, r ' * '\TKTHILE tetn?ninV tbwikB for the liberal TT patronage -accorded him in the post, 4* * wiahoa t»- inform tborc3i .r^Tts*^ ' ^ett*a °' Delegate and .but ' ^Xjj/ rounding diatriota tbnt oil i TJ^Sfffc^j ' wort ' ontrustod to him in fi tfW^-5- *ua f otnio will bo osecntod x * ^ H***?1^?? / iQ ttio unmo estirfnetory I v ? J^JV f'1^1 ?^'ty'' wanner which has hitherto \ j*. fly 1 J%^ ! ^arcotonspdhio port. ?HOfiSES WELL, nnd CAEEFULLY SHOD. 'All ijndrv of goneral BladjBsnithinfj work / done on' tho nho...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. MT- t cuurcji of i:nqland. '-feuodft-,-Au£;iist9. — i-«lo(»sHe 11 cm., Crai gie,3ptu. kN Saturday, AngaKt 8. — Tombonff (Wright's), 3pm . . RtV. G. P. METCAiFE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

: For Private Sale, PIANO. PHAETON and HARNESS, BICY 1 CLE, POTS, FURNITURE, BEE ?BOXE8 and a fc'nonFttnd nsofnl and ornamen tal HOUSEHOLD AKTICLES.iDOiudui!; Cur peto, Linolfcnm, Pio-ure Framoa in lcnfclior work, Ornomontftl Buskota, oto. Q. W. HAMMOND, PublioSohool, Delegate. «. ' A XiL parties ownin.rj Stock now trespassing ? . J\ on Cabannndrfl Enn nro requested to ''''?'' ~ remove or Eatkfcctoiily on-sngo tor camo ' within ono month f-om dr.to, or tboy will bo ?- ^^0d-th0Qfcrc3p3^ATlmPS0N. -- Cabanondrs, 1G/7/CG. Delegate Scto©!. ©If Ms. A GENERAL LIEETIKGo? £!io Building Commit- 09 of too nljovo will bn bold at r' Hatter's Cbimaorci.-A Hotel on TUESDAY, 26th AUGUST, at 3 p.ia. All ::- ores tod cvo \* invited to c.t£bnd. BuBiNEcn: — To ir.coho nsio'sufc coliocwd rl by Usf-boldorF, to conoidc;* c^'iinatr.G a? cost j of Builaing, ond rny oihr.v buciwa tlint rosy ^ bo brought torr/crd. 'i THOHIAS FORD.} Eon. CHAS.DAV/SON.j Shco. , PRBDBRIGDUKB Surgical and Mechanical DENTIST, COOM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

^-. A cartoon in a Sydney journal depiots V ''? an ? Australian bushman stranded in '?.'?? London pleading in a chomist's shop for CBmell from the eucalyptus bottle. lie wanted to cure his loneliness. Mr. Cnrruthors R:iya: 'Whon tho' nature ? of meu improves no acts of Parliament will bo needed at all ;' which means that monibers of Parliamont ore necessary on account of tho nature of ? . men. Legislators may theroforo pray for no great normal dovolopmont in the doctors whom they avo pleaaod ' to call ?'free and indapon'ient.' Bonanza. Cioahs. — A rovolution in ' Cigars. DLson and-. Sous manufacture ' from the choicest Havana Tobacco, with & necessary portion of American, at a \ prico never beforo attempted— 4 for 6d ! Satapi0 hundreds eontj carriago paid, for 10s. — Advt. \\ .?'?:?' ' . ? ? ' . ? .'''.'-; ?':'? \ .?'?',. '/.-.? '' '.' ' ' ' . .?'??.??'?? ..??? ???'?? ? '? . ? .iQi;':E.:KiaS:ia- A^^B-i^- V - ?' ? ? . ' ;.' '?:??':?:'??:'? 'Y''^1: ? '; : :- '??'':[ '-'V /.?'?...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. RAILWAY DISASTER IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

Cfibiic HtsEiin. KAIL'WAY DISASTER IN INDIA. A disastrous railway collision haa occurred near Delbi, Indie. Thirty of tho pn-jsengeru woro killed and 20 injured.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

(TO Til!'. EDITOR OF THE AnQUS.) gin) ? Your iusuo of May 14th contains cortaiu statoinenta from your Bonang correspondent; regarding the Amora mine to wlilch I beg to tako exception, as thoy aio altogether untruo. I am the -' promoter of tho property, and when I took it up it uad been laying idlo for over 20 years, aud I had a groat ditriculty to got anyono to join in with mo. Evon tually I succeeded in gotting a party of tliroo' to join mo, and wo found it no easy jnattor to got tho water out and sccuro the ground consequent upon it naviug beon idlo co long. -But wo wovo well rewarded for our trouble, r.s wo can now toast of bavin- ouo of the best mines in Gippsland. ID your corrcopondent is a man who knowo anything about reefinor lie should be moro caroful of wliat ho puts in bis reports, a9 I am cure that, whoovor ho is, bo ban novor visited ^ tho Aurora since wo took it up. If ho is a man ho ought to congratulate uo on our ? ' undertaking, instead of trying to put us down with ...

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Female Oratory. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

Female Oratory. '.:? ..'? (By an .-OukHebmit).' . Ab tho ' now woman ' is tecoming such ' a factor in the moflerk .world of progress aud Hclvancaine'nt,' the icjllowing remarks ori ifbmale' oratory j as 6ne of tho sterner sex at preheat lb'blifl ! upon ' it, may bo of ?omo small'beiVen't to thoe'e up-to-date ladies' contemplating prospective incur sions' in tho regions d£ law, lcgiolation, or letters ; .whilo as to those who are contented to remain quietly at homo and ? cultivate their gift of oratory by excla mations or declamations against tho ' old mnn,' it raay furnish a subject for peru sal of moro than passing interest. Wo ore told by 6omo ancient authors that Socrates was instructed in eloquence by a woman, whoso name, if I am not mistaken ,- was Aor-aoia. I havo indeed very oftL'U looked upon that art as the mofat proper and, at the same time, tho most natural for tho female kpx ; and I think tho Uriivcrritieo would do well to consider whether they should not fill tho positi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

- : -''IMITATION ' ? ' -^MffiMWi ?. . suthe ?? -'^^M^mM ; ; ..-SIXCEREST FLATTERY.', . ;;'- ' '?^fp^i^!^^ ? .?? The articles most iraited are -' .:? ?/v^v^';»;'i,:'(j.;.'J '. : ''?:??'? 'CLEMENTS TONIC and /- ;' ;,:;- '-^: '?$?;:&£ -?'.'.' FLETCHER'S PILLS. . ' ; ;''?/]) '^'iffiZ .WRY.P ? ?''.-:' ^;'-':^&- BECAUSE thoy havo the best Toputa- '? . ~ ? ? '; ? ^W tion and aro most in demand by tbo' '?. '?,';-\*:vl-': public, ? consequently, evory dishonest ' /|;.j?Ai trader tries to trado on thdir fame and' ; . V ?!i^: .renown. ' ' .'rVvV''l^. It is really wonderful that the - ':???; '.V ;'' ': ' Australian people aro 60 slow. to seo the- -. . ?''?:??'-'-,',?; truth as regards tho unscrartiloiis quacks ' :? -,-';. and charlatam who prey on tho credulity ' ? . '? -?..; ???.'.. of tho Australian ])nblic. Scarcely .-„ '. wool; ever . passes but what tho prep'3 exposes tho barofacod and tihumei'ul practices of somo of theso bevpiea, yot, in face of all thoy soom to thrive, ....

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Fun and Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 August 1896

*' ;.:.'Fiin -and. Fancy- '^f;:\ ': ? ?',. ~ - .-. ? ?... ?? ?? ? - A Misconstruction — ' The consump-i ? \ ,.. tioh of intoxicating liquors in this country '?..'???'?. Btaggora me,' said n temporanco orator *. .:'?'. on the platform. 'Mo, too,' gurgled a- ,' '''.??-.': man at the rear of tho hall, trying to hold ' \^.- ' himself up by tho plastering. ' ' '? ': The skipper dhouted to tho man at thd- : ?'*' wheol, «? Anothor p'int a-port,' 'How -^'V ' Thut'H tlio third pint of pjrt he has ' : ' '' called for within tho lust ten mjnutea. . -' How the«: captains do. drink !'' ' ' ' ?' - A dying Irinhiuan V.-.73 anlol by his '? confesbor if he wao prepared to ronounco ' .'?? , ' , the drv.il and uM his works. ?' Oh; your .'? : . ' . honour,' .'aid l'at, ' dou't ask me that ; ? ?.?' ', .'?''. ' I'm goiug into a strange country and I '.?'.'.,*??'? don't want to nnke inyaulE onomio^' '?;- ',.-. ?'?' : ISli-a. Smith (to Mrs. .Todcb's servant ' A:^', girl) — 'What do you .want?' Servant ? v....

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