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The English Team of Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Thfi Eflffli&h Team of Oricketers. By the last English mail (the Melbourne Telegraph states) Mr. J. Conway received further information from the promoters, of the visit of the All Engknd Eleven, re garding the formation of the team who are abuut to visit us during the next cricket it JLcon. The following playofs ln\d been de cided upon -Ulyet, - Midwinter, ' Shaw, Shrewsbury, Barnes, Morlev, Pilling," Bates, and Iiillywhite. The completion of the Eleven will be left till later in the soason, in order that those in the best batting form may be selected* but Lillvwhite snys " that Qunn, Scotton, Flowers, Selby, ao'd Charl wood will, uo doubt, be the men from whom the final selection will be made. Regarding Ulyet, the promoters soy that he is in such wonderfully good fo*m that the pro fessional cricket of England would not be fairly represented without him, and that our colonial crickot is so good all ronnd that a wer.k eleven would have no chaDce against them. Ulyet is anxious...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Wmatc«5, ?to OR 30> BOYS lo lourii the BOOTMAKING lO in EVERY BRANCH, at WOOD UOSl. PANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Goulburn, Wncitcd, rO SELL' (CHEAP) h good second-hand SPRING CART. T. HALL, Conoh Builder, Aiiburn-FtrPOt. Wanted A SMART INTELLIGENT LAD. Apply at tlin Daily Ariuis Ofilcu, Markot-sfeot. ISout'd and IScsidcncc. VACANCIES lor <i luw RESPECTABLE ] GENTLEMEN, nt MRS. ORMEROD'8, thn Convfint, Meward. ffl^HE above reward vrilt ba paid by the under JL signed for information that will lend to the oonviotion of tho tmrtv who on Ihe 9TH or lOia INSTANT, SET FIRE TO nnd BURNT mor.than a mils of my log fouoo at MILLBANG. JOli^ CHISHOLM. Wollogoraog. Angint, 12th, 1881. . Notice. TENDERS wanted (or ROAD WORK betwoon (Jrticnwioh Pnrk nnd Towiang, Spncificitioris to ho seon fit J. W. MOORE'S, Cm rick, aud MR. NEIL AlcOALLURt'S, Meadows. Tandem to bo opuned on WEDNESDAY, 24TH INSTANT, at J. W. Monro's, Ctrj'ick, «t3 p.m. .T.usteen: J. W. MOORE, SYDNEY JACOB, NEIL MoCALLUM. Notic...

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Wallaby Drive at Tarlo. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Wallaby Drive at Tarlo. On Tuesday last a large number of sportsmen assembled to a wallaby drive at the invitation of Mr. 0. McDonald, of Tarld. Owing to the late arrival of several parties a start for the wallaby grounds was not effected until 11*30 a.m. At lunch timethe party consisted of 22 drivers * and 22 shooters, the former being piloted by Mr. John Cunningham, and the latter captained by Mr. 0. McDonald. The number of tips counted at the conclusion of the day's spoct was 72, and thofollowing were the scores: -Messrs. D. McDonald 10, Oswald Furoer 8, Jamieson 8, Jacob 7, E. Cunningham 6, W. McCallum 6, W. Weeks 5, Sooley, Garter, Townsend, T. Ohapman, and W. Higbam 3 each, 0. McDonald, 0. Furner, and McSbane 2 each, and A. Skedmore 1. In addition to the number wounded a con siderable number of tips could not be ob tainedo>cingto thescrubbinassof the country. Messrs. John Cunningham and 0. McDonald well deserve a word of praise for their management of the drive during the d...

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POISONING CASE AT NORTH GOULBURN. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

poisowma CASE AT NORTH GOULBURIf. VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. YESTERDAY evening an inquiry was hold at the Star Hotel, North Qoulburn, before Mr. Butts, coroner, into the circumstancos at tending the death of ti female child named Ada Blanolia Williams, aged six months, which took place on Thuradoy evening. James Williams, lather of deceased, was the first witness called. From his erideooe it appeared the child had been in the care of a nurse named. Ellon Kondall, and hud boon getting good health up to last Wed nesday, on tao morning of which day the womau told him tlio child had boon very ill, and had beon vomiting blood. She recommen ded thatadoctorbe sentfor,saying that incase anything happened they would thus bo free from blame. That evening the father had a good look at the child and thought it never seemed in better health. Still the nurse persisted in expressing a desire for a doctor, and he said he would loave word for him to call next morning. On Thursday morning be took noti...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald,') LONDON, AueuBt 9. A JEWISH clergyman has boon maltreated in Jastrow, in Prussia. August 10. Dr. Tanner, whoso forty days' fast at New York about tiiis time lost year made liim somewhat notorious, is dead. It is believed that ha n9ver thornuglily jecovered from the experiment, and that it hastened his death. Mr. Bradlaugh, who hne been seriously indisposed, is slowly recovering. The country is being .inundated with liternturfl advocating protectionist views. A metticg at Exeter Hull passed a resolution protesting against tbo policy adopted by the Cobd&n Club. The members of the Government will give a dioner to the members of Parliament and their friend# on Wednesday, the 17 th inst. August 9. To-night the House of Commons was fur ther engaged in considering the amendments introduced by the House of Lurds into tbo Irioh Land Bill.. Most of thoso ohanges which involve a sacrifice of principle have been firmly rejected by the Lower Cha...

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Catholic Literary & Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Catholic Literary & Debating Society The attendance at tho usual weakly meet ing of the abovo society, held in tho boys' Schoolroom, Bourke-atreet, on Thursday evening last, was very large. Mr. L. Lo Breton occupiod the chair; the Rev. Father Walsh was also present. The minutes of U&t meeting having been road, Messrs. J. Trioker, J. Maxfield, - Quirk, W. Nolan, and M. Lynch we.B elected as members of the sooiety, and Messrs. J. J. Konano, 0. Burt, A. Baynes, and 0. Jones nominated as members. Mr. D. Kennedy having been elected Breaker, announced the business for the evening as a debate-Will England decay like the Other great nations of antiquity ? Mr. T. Ruscoe, in a brief but foroible speeoh, opened the debate, on behalf of the ministry, in tho affirmative, and was supported by the Rev. Father Walsh, and Messrs, L. Le Breton, J; Futton, J. Dunne, G. MoAlistnr, G. Brooks, J. MoEvoy, E, H&uley, and M. McEvoy. Mr. J.-Walsh took tho negative side, Messrs. 0. MoA...

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TRAMWAY FROM CROOKWELL, TO BR[?]ADALBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

T%a2£WA7 FROM CiV>0K.W1SLL, TO BREADALEANK j ? 6 Tub mimew>usly-si}»ned petition from liiu inhabitants iuvouvublo t<> a tiamwoy from Croolcwell to tho Southc-ra lino at Brunei il bane, vi* Gtabbsn Gullon, was presented no Wednesday to tbo Secretary for Works ; and on Thursdiiy tlio moinber for Tags Plians(Mr. Fitzpatrick), accoinpuniod by Messrs. Pat rick Clancy and Martin Tully, waited on Mr. Lackey ho a deputation to urgo bis earliest attention to tho prayer of the peti tion. Mr, Fitepatrtok stated tbo case very fully, and Mr. Laukoj distinctly promised that he would at once cause & trial surrey to be made of the proposed lino.

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

. ' LONDON. I; THURSDAY. . An elootrio oxhibition/.^'aB. opened in.; ' Paris to-day, 5?' ' A serious lRndslip/hda -ocoiirred in Vir ginia, and eeven negroes, were killed. - - A large bodyapj>.t,sailpjra^eeTparadingvthe $ , 'Btreet8;of liondoD^threatening to':sTrikoJ;; Arreata'Continue' to bo'made in cbunoctiouj with the diaQoVery:jo blow.;up , the Imperial IMaoe. Persons of position- urOi amongst ^^^^$oStffiUiSjm^BweU8kiS8jro^® iScjtlfcnd aa u miuibtfir. i""Ud IiistorioUi is dead. Iu view of the threatened difficulty with (?ho IriBti Land Bill, a couCoroaco of both Housbb is mi tweeted.

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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

Conditional Purchases. The following selections were token up at the Goulburn and Gunning offices on Thursday last:-Patrick Hsaloy, 40 acres, parish Guineacor; Isaac Shepherd, 80 acres, parish Pomeroy-both in Argylej Alexander McDonnell 40 acres, parish Gol braith, county Georgiana.-Gunning: John Oortwright, 160 acres, section 2l, parishes Wheeo and Narrawa; G. D. Hay, 70 ocres, section 21,parish Romtier; A* M. Shepherd, 40 acres, section 13, parish Rabnor; James Gillespie, 100 acres, section 21, parish Lampton ; D. and R. W. Morice, 432^ acres, section £l,- parish Roomer; Richard Marks, 604J acres, section 13, parish Romnor; John Clancy, 50 acres, section 21, parish Merrill ; W. lilchin, 40 acrts, seotion 21, parish Munton.

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

MASS WILL RK CELEBRATED AT GODLBUBN DISTUIOT. SUNDAY. AuguBt 14.-Taralga-R1 u mm ell-Laggan August 21.-Qrabbeu Gullen-Collector-Marolan August 28.-Taralga-Boro-Bungouia September 4.-Grabben Gullen-Spring Volley Ureadalbaoc. OROOKWELL DISTRICT. Binda (Mrs, Pennington's), Monday, Auguet 15tb, Holy-day of Obligation. YASS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday, August 14 Gun'daroo, Monday, August 15 (Holiday of Obliga tion) BinaloDg, Sunday, August 21 Gunning, Sunday, August 28. OONPIBMATION. Wagga Wagga ............ ..August 28 Hay September 4 Detiiliquin ..September 11 Albuty September 18 A^olojg September 25 Tumut Octobers Temora Ootobur 10 Gronfell October 14 Goolagong October 16 Burrowa October 23 Frogino.'o,. Oetobor 25 Yass Ootobor 80 Bloss Presbytory Ton Mile, Sciember 21 Bless Church at Totnora, October 0 Bless Church at Goolagong, October 16.

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

.». GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, AUBURN & BRADLBV1 STRI2ETS, G-OWEjlBUetW, PU It 0 H A P E S ail hinds of FARM AND - DAIRY 'PRODUCE, ai HIGHEST CASH PIUOBS ; »ml SKLLSat LOWEST REMUNERA TIVE RATES. , <SIv©i M£m a <CaII. ' > Business i&nnounecmeiit. BABBV AID 0AV1S HAVE'mboh pleasure in informing Iho -inhnbl - timts of Goulhurii and district and the publio generally that they have PUROHASEI? THE BUSINESS recently-cqndocted; by .AIR,. H, 0.. PRATT, as Wholesale Produce Mercha'ot, And in soliciting n continuance of the custom Vvbich thoir predecesEor' receiver, they bug to draw ntieniion 'o the foot that iu all IraucuctionB their TEHMS will bo fourd to < . Compare Favourably with any in the Market. ijg* Wholesale Customers liberally doalt with. BABRY'& BA7IS, Produoe Merchants, v SInano-streot, Goulbnrn. IN thanking tho public of Goulburn and the district surrounding for tho generous support they have extended to uio during ths l...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

"WEEKLY CALENBAE. G 42 G 41 G 39 6 38 G 37 6 36 6 35 Sun >etg. b. m. 6 28 ' 5 28 5 2D 6 30 5 31 6 31 5 32 MOON'S PUAAB. - Last Quarter, August 17th, 3.2 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. GOTJLBUBN, Friday, THIS week's transactions have been on a very quiet soolo, and no change from last weok's quota tions can bo reported. In local wheat and flour tboro is a slight addi tional firmness. ' At Mort's soles on Thursday, prices realised wore about equal to those ruling last week: Best wheat, 5/;. English barley quoted at 2/0i to 2/2. Prices current in Ooulburn between purchaser and I producer: Flour, per ton £1S 0 0 Ditto, second#, per ton .... 12 o 0 Wheal, per buthel 0 4 6 Oats, per bushel .... D 3 ( It t I I Maize, per bushel .... '0 2 6 0 2 0 Hay, per ton ' .... S 0 0 Potatoes, per ton. ..... 2 IS 0 t 0 0 13acon, per lb. .... 0 0 S 0 0 4 Butter, fresh, per pound.,.. Oil 018 Ditto, salt, per pound ?.»... 0 0 0 0 1 0 eKBS, per dozen .... 0 0 0 Cheese, per lb. 0 0 Si 0 o ij Turkeys, per pair 0 4 0 0 0 0 Bucks, per pair .... 0 4 0 0 4 0 Geese, per pair 0 4 0 Fowls, per pair .... 0 3 0 0 i 0 Ditto, young .... 0 1 S . Grinding, per bushel 0 0 0 Onions .... 0 8 ...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

CHAPTER XVII. The Cunard stoamer Kussia lias just arrived at lier moorings in the Mersey; and the tender, containing hor passengers and tlxoir baggage, is fighting its "way through a stiff breeze and driving rain to tho land-stage. On board that tender are American magnificoes, rich with tho spoils of shoddy and petroleum, which they are going to spend in Europe ; American educated gentle men, whose greatest hope, since the days of their childhood, has . been to visit the land of their forefathers ; an English M.P., who has made a run through the States, with the view of gaining political capital; and an Irish M.P., who has performed a s.miiar feat, but gained capital of another kind, by I delivering a series of lectures ; some young authors, who think thoy have thoroughly qualified themselves by a three-months' run from North to South, with one hurried dash into tho West, to write an exhaustive work on the Continent and its inhabitants ; and a motley throng of steerage passengers. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

SEL.PEMBB0OKE BEdS' to ' inform'jlio jnliflbitnnts of YasB.mid surrounding iliaVMclalthAt bo hhVcbminenctiil . buBlnesB lis ; p-' ' COMMISSION1 and GENERAL PRODUCE .; AGENT, ./ ... and1.hopes, by stiot. attantion tul bu'sinesK', to merit 'n sbnre of putronago nnd support, r v' | f I-i.K! 1,p1 Temporary -Office:> .> .. 'NBXTj'iTQ P. ^ilklSKEY'S, OOOMA-STREET'" Agents for1 Samuel Purchase^NurseryTnan, l ; ;? '^Parramatta:,v'i,.:-.^;? " - I j,! a')?:) {!'!« .*> u ll> ?'.?*. <:>Ji SEORETATiY/ Tb:'TillO YAS3; V VSTOKAL0 I;'Ai^D .AqiHUULt tJRA^ I Yiias,;lat-Ju*iipi 1881. Ji'-.ii:i'*' rfujv'H ED R'' SA'L13! ''n'tO HOIO ® SELiEOTIO N:"' of'>all' , kiaa^©BA!pMmKris;m1^ V - >i; Wanted, 1 : >?'. ?; «; -J O OR 3© BOYSia Jo»rn; Iho BOOTMAKING JLO in EVERY BRANCH, at WOOD COM PANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Goulburn. if Notice; r 9 AENDEBS wnnfod lor ROAD WOBK between JL (Jriieiiwich 1'nrk end Toiuang, . '"?> Specifications to bo seen ui Ji'.VV.,, MOORE'S, CivricU.rfud ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. FJIIDAY. AUGUST 12. In fho Legislative Assembly, Ministers replied to questions respecting the non-payment of the census collectors for the district of Monaro, and the proposed commission on the railway freights for agri cultural produce. Mr. Laekoy stated, in answer to Mr. W. J. Watson, that it was tho intention of the Government to plane tho sum of £1000 on the Estimatos for the purpose of carrying out the recommendations of the commission in tho matter of vntor-supply for Temora, Mr. Piirott moved the second reading, of the evidence in Summary Conviitions Bill, which he said would enable defendants to give evidence on their own behalf in oases before magistrates. Mr. Buchanan would allow every one who was charged with nn offence the oppor tunity of giving evidence in his defence. The second reading was agreed to without diyision, and the bill was passed through commit'ee with nmendinenfs. The Houso adjourned to Tuesday.

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then and what's the news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

;; NEWS AND NOTES. 'Brief, theni unil what's 'lis nt-ivs V'-Kiity John Fine weather now prevailing1. Yuss show on 24th August promises to bo a grand success." A 'new iine.of reef : lias ; been discovered atUpper Adelong. Another, .death from small»pox at the Quarantine, Station. Sydney police have secured 78 absentees or deserters from the squadron. There are more than 1000 tons' of quartz waitiug to be crushed at I'arltes; ; The speed of the Victoria trains are to be increased to 40 miles per hour. According to Mr. Lyiie three-fourths of Ibe settled districts have been ringbarked. A quarter of a million sheep will be shorn at Halliday's Brookong Station this year. In. the .Assembly, on Friday night there was further indiscriminate riugbarkinir de-. bating. The Commissioner for Railways has pro vided wprlc for 300 unemployed in Vic toria! Petitions are flying" round in Sydney for the release of AlphonsoBechet. Wonder how ' Alphorise likes Berrima. . , Dr. Tannor.is dead. .It is boli...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) CONSTANTINOPLE, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

.LATEST BY CABLE. . i <> - {From the Sydney Ilerald.) ' . CONSTANTINOPLE, August 9 In ocoordnnco with the iiiHtruotiona given to Lord Dufl'oriu on assuming tho post of British 'Ambassador at'(ho Porto, his Ex'col lenoy is usin^ bis influence with the Sultan in urging upon him to initiata the' reforms in Armenia stipuliit'ed by the Anglo-Turkieli Convention. Up to the present, however, | the. Sultan has shown ,little, inolinntion jto. talio tlio steps ..wquirod of. him. .'Further! pressure is tlieralore bmng brought to bearj upon his Majesty and the Government. . ! PAIIIS, August 9,. 1 M. Jules Perry, President of tlio Council of MiniatHrs, is now visiting'the provinces;' In a -speech: delivotod at Nancy to-dny, lie vehemently denounced the party of Irrecon cilablos., Li.KDON, August 10. I The House of Commons having declined to I concur in many of tlio most important amend moiit tnado b.y'thri House of Lords 'in the I Irish Land Bill, it is.expected that when tb e bill...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. SATURDAY. Mn. JUSTICE WINDEYEH has been gazetted Judge of tbo Divprco Court. . The sum of £2000 will probably be spent by tbe Government on the Temora water works. Tbo racing season of 1SSI-2 was opened to-day by Tattersall's Olub at Randwick. Startling disclosures are expected to ap pear re tbe compulsory vaccination at Dar lingburst. A ringbarking case-McCiilloch v. Mahor -was board at Urana yesterday. Tbo par ties were selectors, and the plaintiff claimed compensation from Maher on the ground that the latter hud selected his grass right. The magistrate assessed compensation at 4/, per acre for ringbarking, and clearing scrub and fencing at £20 per mile. He remnrked that, in giving his decision, bo was guided by his own personal knowledge of such matters in awarding what bo deemed fair compensation. 1 .

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, AUGUST 15. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 5.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

PUBLISHED EVBSy; MOENINQ Truth, ever lovely tiitoe tile world Iibkmi, ! ; ' I Tlig Hiu of tyrnms ami tlio friend of insn.-C«»I;j4CH, ? , GOULBUBN: MONDAY, AUGUST/ 15. THE LAND QUESTION; (No. 5.) IT is an opinion hold by mauy political economists that land ought Dover to bo alionated, but remain the property of the n-ition at large-that'occupiers of land, for 'all purposes, should pay an .easy rental to ;iho Government for the use of the land, and this rental boi used, to provido -revenue for St'stn purposes. Among the advantages el i:i O'l lor this system are tho following: ;T ii! ? public estate would ever remain the I ro|; rty of the whole people,. each citizen, ,1 e in a measure, a co-partner' in the Lo:nei'ii, ,thus forming a bond of union among the uiiizonB, and furnishing a' motive for upholding ; tho integrity j of; the State, It would reduce taxation to:a minimum,' as the vast .'sums paid atinuully,_ as'rout, would pass into , tho national treasury; ' thus iu 'creasing tbeVr...

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