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Tramway to Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

Tramway to .Cootamuiidra. ' The question of a tramway : to'connect; Temora with, the. rail way at-Ooolamundra, mooted some time, ago by Mr. Heflornan, is one of,the gr-iat' iuuiorlauce, and, ouo that will greatly affnot tho future .welfare ofithia district. Without leeders the mlways' are'; deprived of manyi of the advantages whioli' they are osculated to .confer on: tho. ,public! So long as ooaohing vtraflio, must intervene botweennmportant centres and the railway) there iVno'liktlihood of the traffic being ex-.' panded, on tho resources of,tho surrounding; district-being fully, developed, so as to create? degree of traffio that will prove remuneia toamway.- were:- constructed: "to I'i'omora it .would' be. the moans of opsniug, up tlieoountrv to agricultural sottlemout, . fur which tha land in the?vicinity of tho: .town in. admirably suited..., Qoldfiidds,. in the main, omfer mi.re roai benefit on the country by iitirnoting population' and cousin# them , to 'sottle on the soil, as ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Gun-shot Wound. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Gun-shot Wound. ? " On lYidrtjMiftornoon at the wallaby drive | <nt 'J'owr(in)', an accident' linppenod' to a lynulh named Frank lelngraph^ope- I rator at Towr . r -.< \ ,ho will loae theT^nSp^.cf-Wn. J, ^vqxa ,pollot)of lnrge'sboMiit^mt'ahHhb left nyi'lid;' 'pnnolrnling it nnd:tlie lett eye, ,:andtombed kling 'itselt loitlier: in : the -.eye-, or- passing through it into tlie^ portorior nostril. Ho viris (hurriedly brought :iuti> town to. DivDavid son's surgary,jand aftfir.drassin^ fcliu .wound, ihoirecommendudium to go to the. Hospital;. !Ho is'totitlly froo 'of. pain, but the sight of !tho'"eye, is' lost, and it ia possible that;het |tnay havb to. get :tho injurod oyo removnd.-i ifor fear. of. dam>iKG: lo the oilier .eye through ?sympathy. .«-The. ;occurroiioe i is '.as .very/'Uii--. Jfortunato onfi,' nnd!showa ilio danger at these j wallsby hunts; nnd tho' tiaro that ought; to Jba: taken in (ho arrangements ofuihevshoot-, ing p...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Another Tramway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

, Anotb er Tramway Accident. Another: accident of a serious nnture oc curred . on the ? tramway , lino on Friday morning', and one which it is fenred will hayo a,, fatal result. A man named Samuel Scliumaclcer, a Swiss, who lias been in the employment of Mr: Shepherd Smith, land lord of the Simon Pure Hotel, Waverly, for some years as a labourer, was sent from the hotel' about 7 u'oiackphut'uiornin^ with a cart-load of munure, which he was to convey to Cook's River. He was leading- the horse down.the road, and was partly on iliei single lino of mils as the second tram from Sydney was coming doWn . i\l ill-lull for Waverly, Before he could lead his ho'rso from' the line the motor was upon him, although the brake was appliod, and effnrts wero made to stop the cars,rand the the. result was that both the slmfts pf the cart were broken, onil the horse seriously "cut and injured, and Soliu macker 'was ' thrown undor the cartj and draped some distance. When the car was stopped it was found...

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Dog-Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

Dosr-Poisonincf. iv'JSoino1 unprincipled?:prowlers, who:v.knoolt.' ;-dbout:.atAni|3fliVtin4e',;foP:...no good- purpose, .find'V.that{\ou«i;i.of(. the'.(greatest./stumbling'-. blocks in -ttio way of corrying out 'their ^designs is;the presence, in tho-yards^of those' | premises' w here; they1*con template "mall itiRv.v-O; raid, of\ 0110, or, it may ho, two or three ? dogs;*;«In theihope.ofjmakinp' the way:clears thon -they: Iny poisoned.lhaits for ithe.jpoor, ldiiTnl) animals. "Within the last week two oases liavoibeeni reported.to us as.having oc burred;at' South Goulbnrir.. ..In one instance a!'dog': lieloiiyin/?'-toyMr. Jolinb8iar«fell.;a, .victim ;to tho evil"iloki^ns,.that;were'laid,:for CiiusiD'p; his ;:removnl,«< whilst i mi'ihe -other,1 that of Mr. MoGovorn', of Clinton-stroet, the'endeavour was not succossfnhin-thfi, way that had b'eo'n intonded.. On ?.?Friday;, night the, poison was laid, hut instead of tho do>js for' which itwas inost probahly intended, anoth...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 13TH AUGUST. Before Mr. H. H. Voss. DHUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. SATUBDAY, 13XH AUGUST. Before Mr. EL. H. Yoes. DHUNK. Ann Dunbar pleadod guilty to having been drunk. She said she had only come out of gaol on Monday, and not boiog strong, a little drink hud upset her. On promiHing not to appear a«ain in Goulbum on a similar1 charge, and also to leave the town, she was discharge!1. j ^Mr. Alexander Here took liia seat ou the bench.] .ASSAULT. Ouo Sing, alios All Sue, was charged with having assuulted Samuel Hockey at Black Springs. Mr. Gannon for defendant. Mounted senior-constable Gracey deposed to having arrested prisoner near JBuDgonia on the 10th instant by virtue of 0 warrant. ^George (Chinaman) being sworn us inter preter 011 befialt'of accused, . Samuel Hockey deposed: Tho assault I complain of took place at Black Springs, on Saturday,, tbe'9th last month ;, tho prisoner and I occupied the same hut; no ouo else was.in the huf, when the tho disturbance began about sumo gold which I missed ; I discovered that he was thi...

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New Church and School at North Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

New * Ofcuroft , and / School^ 'atNorth '1 ' * Goulburn. , ' , : The ceremony of blessing and]laying the foutidatioD-stoDo of tlio Churcli^ODd School, at Nortlr Goulburn tooldpluce^yesierday, and 'was" witnessed by upwards of 1000 people, : The day was beautiful,' ;and the proceedings were. succeFslul, in every p6int of view.: His Lordship Dr. Lunigan) assisted, by the Revs, Fathers Bermingbmu,:Walsh, Qulla^her,' and;Phelan, took pure, 'Muss "was celebrated by Rev, Father Phelan,alter' which the sermon was preached by Rev. Father Gallagher. The umney contributed during the day reached the handsome aggre gate of£l80. Our full' report, will appear to'inorrow.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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POISONING CASE AT NORTH GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

, POISONING" CASE, if AT NORTH ' Ok Friday> afternoon ;> ftn , the death of a chUd oamed W'lUft^s was held at Mr. L. H. Fitzgorald'« Star,,lints Ere Mr A. M. lieitB. Alter the jury bad viewed the body the foliowipg'ovidence W"lamcs Willia m b, & bricklayer,_roeiding m G-oulbiirn,' deposed; The lH>dy J«8t "Ti "xL S that ol ray duoas-d ch.ld, named Ada Blando Willi»IDS, agod G montlWj her health up to lHbt Wodue.duy mo.nir K wa^ ;vory k'»od; thnt . day, about din"" to«Mr. when I ramo homo the nurse, E 'on Kendal , iow before the cou.t, to d.mo .hat lh« ahilj h'ti'd been vre>- bad, «"d v°*'* 5 t.lo./d : and that alio.would .like-,tne to ""J1, a doctor tr .see her,, andthat j|1(3D ,x ; ^,/f thin«>bould hajipon to the child she 01 would not bo linblo to «ei into trouble ; on iho same evening I hud a good, look at the child, rind I s.-.id to tho nurse the obi d did not appear t« bo bad, aud tbat she only hud a slitrbt cold from cutting loath j ,sho said 1 had botter...

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

MESSES. CAETEB & SON (Fbom LONDON J, SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL IDES 3X3-^72: £5 *37 S3, | OP 32 COLLEGESTREET, SOMERSET HOUSE, HYDE PARK, & ADBDliK-sTRiiEr, SYDNEY. GOULBURN, BEG to announce that, in conseq nee of tli success attending their monthly visits toGoul burn during the laBt throo ycara, tboy have decided To Establish (after August 8th) a Permanent Dental Surgery, AT TOE ABOVE ADDEES8, Where MR. GEORGE E. CARTER may bo CON SULTED DAILY, bolwcon tlio hours of 10 and 6, uxcopt during tlio first week of each month, when ho will visit Yass, Young, Waggu Wagga, &c. ARTIFICIAL TEETH, MEBBUS. CARTER & SON having special faoili tics for the construction of tho above, on the latest English principles, can guarantee perfect fit, masti cation, and natural appearanco, at a MODERATE COST. r All other Dentnl operations skilfully performed. CONSULTATIONS FREE. TMJE Misses M, & A. IStlTJLER, (LATE OP Bliqh-STREET) SYB\EY, BEG to intimate to their frien...

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Accidents at Wallaby Drives. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

Accidents at . Wallaby Drives. On Saturday two mine accidents occurred to piirties engaged in walliby drivna.- One wasatBaw Ban?, where a young man Joff cottT received some. allot in tho faoo, but as, to the consequences, we have aat usour tuined.; whether or not they were . seriouB. The other i was: in the neighbourhood of; Collector, and the party iujured was Willi«m Poidevin. . Ha bad been, about seventy yards from the' shooter, who was the causo of the acoident; 'and a wallaby. having-oome between the two, tho other paitj thinking Poidnvin WAS in a oreok ut the time, and so beyond danger, fired, but be had come on to level ground, and received some B.B. shut in: the groin. He caaio into Goulburn, and was placed under the care of jDr. Morton, for the purpose of getting the shots extricated.

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

? J IASS N'/JJ VHJITIUST* AH IT A 'MA'A :. itonLWJRN DISTB1UT. ,. ( ; ' i/SOKDAY, August 14.-T»r»lgal!-31utptne11->-ljnggan Si., Angus!. 81.-Grabbed (Julian-Collector-Marulao AuriisI H8:-l'urKlnB^HorM-rHaiKiniiU , . ? ; September 4':-Grabbed Gulle'n-Spring. Valley . Uieutlaibatie. ? OKOOIOVELL DISTBIOT. . BiudA (Mrs. Pennington'a), Monday, August 16th, .. Jloly-diiy of Obligation. YASS MISSION. Gundnroo, Monday, August 15 (llolidny of Obliga. , , tloil) . : Btaaloug, Sunday; August 21 - . Gunning, Sunday, August 28. CONFIRMATION. Wigga.ffiggi- August 28. Hay ,., September 4 Dcnillquiu ., ,,September 11 Albury., ...,S«ptember IS Adelong September 25 Tumut ..October 'I "? Teoiora,,.. ......V Oolobur 10 Qrenfell ..October 14. ' Goolagongi V.October 16 Burrow/i ..October 23 EVngtnoro,,,. ,,Outober2S Yass;; .,,. Ootubor SO Bless Presbytory Tun Milo, September 21 fB'esB Church at Touiorn, October 9 -Bless Chuich at Guolagoug. Oetobcr 10 Bless Ohurob at Gundaron, Sunday, November 13,

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

PATRICK IcSfME, GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, ? AUBURN <fe BRADLEY STREETS, GOUJLBUKKT/ '» FUROHASBS nil kinds of 'FARM'AND DAIRY PRODUCE. at HIGHEST CASH PRICES j »nd SELLS at LOWEST REMUNERA TIVE RATES. (Jdr <3ive Ilim n Call. JBusihcss ilnnpuucciucnt. iBARRY AND DAVIS HAVE much < pleasure in informing tho inhabi tants ol Goulburii - and dinlriot and tho putilio generally that they hays . , jPURCHASED THE BUSINESS recently conducted1 by MR. H. 0. PRATT, as ? .Wholesale Produco Merchant, And in soliciting a ooniinuanoo of the cuatom which their predecessor rco3iveil, they beg _ to draw attention lo the J'aot tbut in all transactions their TERMS will be found to Compare Favourably with any iu the Market. ASF" Wholesale Customers liberally dealt with, ' ! BARRY & DAVIS, - : . ? Produoe Merchants, SloHDo-Btreot, Goulbum. IN thanking the. public of Goulburn and thp | district surrounding for the genorous support' they hHve extended to'mo during the ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

.WJEEICI/Y OALBNDAE, , MOON'S. 1'h*sn, , , L^bI Qunrtur, Atij^oHi 17th, 3,2 n.in.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Friday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Friday. . - FARM PRODUCE. " At the Darling Harbour railway terminus this morning there was a small supply of forageiand produce forward from tbo numer ous oounlry stations nlonp the' Western and Southern linos. Tho market was wellatton ded,to-day,-but vsry dull. Oaten hay sold, in bale, at 4/2itn'5/j; in truss,; 4/2. to 4/7 j Bnd in bundle, 3/3 to 4/10 per owt ; lucerne bay, in'truss, oneiot' forward sold: nt 2/10 per owt: straw, good clpan samples, in bull, 2/4 to 2/0 ; and in bundles, 2/6 to 2/10 per owt; oaten chaff, in bule, 4/G ; mixed lote, . 2/10 to 3/ : wheaten and onten ili'ifl', in halo,* 4/3 ; out straw, in bale, 2/6 per owt; w boat en and oaten'hay, in bal?, 4/6 por owt; p ita toes, from 3/7 to'4/5;'swude turnips, 2/5 to 2/9. per cwt, bags inclusivepumpkins,'- 2/9 to 3/7 per dozen maize, 2/11J per bushel, bags returned. ... i ? On tlie wharves to-day, tliera is no altera tion to note in tbo prices of boy. Maize, ' firmer* at 2/10 to 3/ ; onts . 3/- pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

TBIE. Misses "M. & A, BUT&EIt.' .T!/~ 'i(JjvrE ? oj> -BLioiiWr'nr,ttrj' * ;J'SlclDRJBSY, BEG to intfrnii((it;i_ their-friends nnd 'the pnblioV 1 ortSqulburn' opened a,firytr;j cI«b« Ilfoairting House, lot the premise# iultly oeeuwud. by.^lt*. Melrwrjw. '('a,be, ri(r.oVoK'tu(i ?'OLi.VJC 1 HO USB.'?1 ^loupe-slreut, Goulbilrn. ! , ':? j lv: [' ;U . t , [ SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES* H O W <?' 'I ; Kutifvi CMSJEF INBPOT: j NO. I DARLING STORES, {UAUboyErSTUlJ)i^V^VDN^Vi i '/] i\ BEANCH ,0jfcfac»: J- !fcoh 'AUBURN-STREET, GOULBUE,N,i tC2Ifo eV'sJ; \Tffn'{W ^FOR\ fI^ELIES. ' Sr. '"i'CQivml .'160 First. Prii:u1ftt«)dalW j_ ST G 13 R*S~B BW1NG M A O M X~S" Ji S. ;'efi[per cont. J'nrcaBb. j ,vj j*. * L'i ; g^j SI N G .Vl'en.r QINGKR'S, BEST FOB DRESSMAKERS. ICS . M KUIUM, M'aCium k"1 sHJii eqiinlled. En«y Turiiif,..23..Gil. weekly, SINGER'S THE, 15 IS ST,., ,E O R* TAILORS. J^eji'thj^Jjjw'K.n. 4 1\1 acli i ri oj tCs | s I N i-.i E 11' S SEWING M A 0 H I NjB S . E»s...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

3ESJLji5^^xsar "wsraaarasriES. Chapter XVII i T?" practices indulged in by the frequenters Pr. tboiwator»8idG fausEplry worw by no' means - B«»ch as, induced those ebgtiged in tjhem to .opurt much .pul'Iie obsHrvation. Tub-run .Utog«a a mild stale, plunder ~of stiip'storep, hocussing and robbing of liberty mbn »bo hud .pvetrBtaved, ;tMr.,,%sket,. fhjl^k'e£pii$£, 5;?!?? y < . ,V° reception jjf stulen gbo35,J< were among tbo occupations of-,those who principally, used-itfiG -"C'ratj fod'fcdbetwffj») (.'hese oio'h'bds. of ' whiliug away the time, tbo landlord addod tho stowage away I huti pf.supji deeorters as could make iv'wonh liis whila to bide them, vr tiro ' cii(ij[/ii>g"oif auch able-bodied seanmi'as wore 'impecunious. Both landlord'nnd comtiany had a rooted i& "traps j" and had Mr. Wot-' 8Gtogram p r e EG n t e d~ t k i; n i s o 1V> te r/vji'^!01.8? ordinary visitors, they would' doubtless hfivojbeon locked upon as enemies, D/' J ^a,t0. tsoo c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Impounded at Groulburn, ON Hie 6lh August( 1881, from oat and barley oiop, Norwood, by Mr. R. Sherriff; mm duo at date of first notice, 10/.; ro-advertised through brand nhowing plainer: Strawberry Bullock, 8 over like T n»ar rump, Also, on the 12tb August, 18S1, froui Kingadale, by order T. Lowi«, Esq. j sum due at date of flnt notice, 7/9 Kad anil White Bulloolc, to2 off rump, whito down face, whito patch on top of shoulder. II not released, will be sold lsi September. \VM, SIBSON, Poutidkoeper, BRIDGE HOTEL, CoBjfiJB or AUBURN anb GOLDSMITH STREETS. THE undersigned having taken the nbove Hotel, desires to acquaint the public of Goulburn nnd ihe Buirouiidiiig District* thxt any person giving liim a cull will find the BEST ACCOMMO DATION. REASONABLE CHARGES, GOOD BEDS, and the BEST BRANDS OF LIQUOR pmcnruble in the market; and GOOD SOUND FORAGE. J. BOND. LIO N BREWERY, Hiowisoisr, T.EMORA ROAD. ORDERS RECEIVED for the nbovo FIRST CJLA.SS AEiK by Messrs J. mid K. BARN Eo, Oootumiini...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend or man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. THE IRREPRESSIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Stonfytnt §ailg $rps, I»X7BIiXSItEI> EVEEY MOHNING Truth, ever lovely ilnce Hie world bcftan, Th« foe of tytnnti and (he friend or man.-Campitll. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. THE IRREPRESSIBLES. TlUB, with its ceaseless march, keeps bring ing to light some now phaso of character in tbe irrepressibles, called larrikins. Thuy are always finding some new mode of making themselves disagreeable. At one time de stroying property, at another endangering life and limb ; always finding in iumo mis" cbievous praotioe a safety valve for the maps of their exuberant spirits. Since the. late, and necessary, agitation commenced, having for its object the chocking of Chinese immi gration, their favorite pastime has been to insult, and sometimes to brutally maltreat, solitary Chinese, who fell into their dutches. The disposition to teaze and annoy persons . of a sensitive temperament sueins to be a peculiar trait of the larrikin character. The fatal shooting case, which occurred at Tam worth on ...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 14. THIS Pigss generally oondomu the Lords for the oourse of action they have adojxed in insisting oq their amendments in the Irish Land Bill. Much excitement pierails throughout the Kingdom in regurd to the present aspect of the question, and a meeting of Liberals is to be held in London on Mon day, to cousider ihe situation. Owing to the action of the House of Lords, it is generally believed that an autumn session of Parlia ment is inevitable. Lord Salisbury is ob durate in insisting upon the alterations made in the bill, and is determined not to give way to the Government. The tide of emigration from the United Kingdom to Amorioa has set in to such an extent that the Immigration Commission at New York is suing shipowners for a poll-tax of a dollar on all emigrants brought to the tountry. A grand Volunteer review will be held at Ediuburgh in a fortnight's time. It is ex poctod that 40,000 Volunteers will take part in',the m...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Road from Laggan to Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Road from Laggan to Goulburn. The following communication has been reooived by Mr. Myers, M.P.:-" Depart ment of Mines, Sydney, 12th August, 1881. Sir,-I hfive the honour to acknowledge the reoeipt of the petition of certain residents of the parishes of Tyrl Tyrl and Upper Terlo (presented by you), for a road through por tion 159 to the south-east corner of villnge reserve to the main road from Laggan to Goulburn, and to inform you that the mat ter has boen referred to the Surveyor General for action.-I have the honour to bo, -ir, your most obedient servant,^G^rard E. U erring, for the Under Secretary." 1

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LONDON. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

LONDON. SATURDAY. Gumbetta litis delivered another important BpOBoii at JBi'lievillo repudiating the idoa that ho it) aiming at tho Dictatorship. H<\ advocates ruforma in tliu uraiy, ujHgistrucy aud the omnugtmiunt of church ruveuues ; ho also claims that the Freuoh furoigti policy is both dignified and firm.

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