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Tramway to Taralga. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Tramway to Taralera. Mr. P. G. Mj'era, M.P., bavin# presented a i> t tinnfrom residents of Taralga, requost ii.£ tins construction of a tramway from G./iil'mrn io that place, he has received a communication from the Under Secretary >f ih* Mines Department, acknowledging the rt-coipt of tho petition and informing him that the subject of the a»mo will roeoive due attention.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

ADELAIDE. MONDAY. A. youog man named Clifford has uocOcn plished ti tnutoh. against time doing 120f miles in 24 hours and finishing strungly. It is considered a wonderful feat us Clifford had no preparation, only leaving Lis ordinary employment at noou ou Friday. Lady Ayere has died from lever.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

The Church of England Working Men's Literary Association, assisted by lady and gentlemen amateurs, will give a grand musical and literary en tertainment in the ball of the Goulbnrn Mechanics' Institute to-morrow (Wednes day) evening. Apart ah-ogethor from tho worthy object to which the proceeds are to be devoted, the members of tho association have on sevoral occasions shown that they have sufficient talent to entitle them to public patronage. They should therefore have a good houso to-morrow bight, and we have no doubt they will.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

MELBOURNE. ,LUWXIWVW*V*IIMI MONDAY. Mr, Ogg who has been in the Lands Department since 1852, and receiving a salury of £600 a year has been arrested. Tbo occurrence lias caused a gf'oat seusalion. The friends of the lute Muro^a,Clarko have made arrangements to publish a'memorial roluine of his writings by guia1^.,,subscrip tions, the proceeds to go to decoasod's fapily.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Growing Rich on his Neighbour. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Growing Rich on his Neighbour. Hordfist, who owns principalities in all the colonies, and has a banking account which time cannot wither or bad. seasons overdraw, was informed the other day by the manager of his Never Never country that the drought was very bad up ihat way, and as a consequence all the bulls of the horri were dead. He also asked that a fresh supply of bulls should bo sent up. It may be right to mention that the next neighbour of Hardfist, in the Never Never, is Pedigree, who has perhaps the best bred herd in that part of the world. In replying to his manager, Hardfist remembered the circumstance, for he mentioned it in the letter he forwarded, a copy of which fell into the hands of little Bulbul, who lias placed it at my disposal. It read thus : " Very sorry to hear of the loss of the bulls. That Never Never station has beon a great expense to uie. It barely re turns 20 per cent. As for sending up other bulls, that's out of the question ; but I think, considering th...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. A DYNAMITE explosion occurred this morning at the Crown liidge Hotel, Mudgee Road. A commercial traveller, name unknown, re presenting a Sydney firm dealing in dyna mite, was sitting at breakfast when, a sudden explosion occurred, completely destroying one end of the Louse, and killing tbo traveller. The premises of On Cbong aud those of Sum Kum Hey, have been released from quarantine. >jMr. JolmTebbutt, of Windsor, whoso nam© ?s so well known in connection with astron omy bas been appointed correspondent to the Ethnographical Institute of Paris which numbers ompngst its members nearly all the leading eavans of the world.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBUN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

r -r "r* ni-r-iji i'i »? MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT GOULBUBN DISTRICT, SUNDAY. August 21,-Grabbon Gullen-OoJleotor-Marnlan August 28.-Taralga--Boro-Bungonia September 4.--Grabbeu Gullen-Spring YaHey Broadalbano, YASS MISSION. Blnaloog, Sunday, August 21 Gunning, Sunday, August 28, CONFIRMATION. "" Wagga August 28 Hay September 4 DeoHtquin September 11 Albury September 18 Adelong September 25 Tumut Octobcr 2 Temora s. .Oolober 10 Grenfel! October 14 Goolsgoog October 16 Burrows ...October 23 t Frogmore October 26' Yass October 30 Bless Presbytery Ten Mile, Soptember 21 B'ess Church at Temora, October 0 Bless Church at Qoolagoag. October 16 Bless Church at Gundaroo, Sunday, Novemtar IS,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

;''vPAWK:lSpEr^ " ailNEBXi PRODUCE mSRGHANT, ' AT3BURN:<fc BRAbLKY STREETS, 1 .TVUROH'AfiE.S all? kinds of1 FARM AND , Jj DAIRY. PRODUCE, at HIGHEST CASH: ?j,. PlUOKS:; ,nnd SKLL/Suc LOWKSTBBMXJNJSBA. TIV15 KATKSu. ... * :.'! '. -.1 .i,.I, :o3r"'6Ji%'e Iloin a' Cnll. <.) i: "? . : ^-?' r"T~ : ^ . . Itiisincss AitoouiiceiMeiit. , ''"flf a'Vb uiuiSil 'pltlitkurV in inlonnlriK t«io inh-ib!.] !?'' |-| "ttiiitW''of " Gbiiltiuro urici cfitiirict u'nd .the i-ipo'bliojgonoriilly tbiit thcy.tiaviv ' v ' . .. i'.i PURCHASED . THEr/BUSINESS receiilVyJ'ot)n'<Juctt)d; by .' M,R. H. ,U. f PKAIT, Up .. - .i,fi:. <iWb6leBaie"lirodtfeg'.Merptiarft, ? Arid in polidliiig'a corninuti'uoo ot lbu(c\i«tom which ' >- tlieir't -'?pVidec'oHsor7 rccaivell, thuv Jb*g Jp, draw. Hltimlion lo ,the (not thiifin ail IruijtliuUonB Ibeir T$1.U*)£ will .bplfOUDd J ,-HU,! / :« Compare1 Favourably 'with any, in ,"h -.f-ti.; the'Mtaket. ?: I? MI..1 HI')'!1. .KVI'K .-? i ., ,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

"WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day or Weok. BONDA* ... Monday ... Tuesday .. . Wednesday. Thursday,.. Friday,.... Saturday... l)ay of Month. Aug. 14 15 10 17 19 . 10 20 sun riaea. lu m. a 42 6 41 G 39 6 88 6 37 G 36 G 3 5 B 28 5 28 6 29 6 30 6 31 6 31 6 32 MOON'S PHASE, LbbI Quarter, August 17tb, 3,2 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. Sydney, Saturday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. Sydney, Saturday. FARM PBODUOE. At the railway station, Darling Harbour, during the week, there has been a fair sup ply of forago and produce forward from the Various districts on the westerri and southern lines. The attendance of buyers was only moderate, and market ruled dull, O&tsn hay, in bales, sold at 4/2 to 5/; in truss, 3/7 to 4/7; in bundles, 3/3 to 5/1 per cwt. Lucerne bay, in truss, 2/1 to 3/- per cwt; straw, good cloan samples, in bales, 2/2 to to 2/5 ; in bundle**, 2/4 to 3/- per cwt; oaten ohaff, in bale, 3/10 to 4/6 ; mixed ditto, 2/10 to 4/- per cwt; wboateo and oaten chaff, in bales, 4/3 ; cut straw, in bales, 2/2 to 2/6 ; whoa ten bay, in bundles, 3/3 ; in sheaves, 2/5 per cwt; wheaten and oaten hay, in bundles, 3/7 to 4/9 ; in bales, 4/6 to 4/8 per cwt; potatoes, 2/3 to 4/5 ; swede turnips, 2/5 to 2/11 per cwt, bags included; pump kins, 2/9 to 3/7 per dozen; maize, 2/10 to 2/1 lj- per bushel, bat?B returned. One truck of oaten hay and rye straw...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then: and what's the news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, (lion : and vrhat'i ill* newiI"-King John Mules are to bo raised on the Murray. Large numbers of Temora diggers ore leaving1 lor Wilcannia. 1 < Mr. Baiter's resignation as. Minister for Mines has been accepted. " The Murrumburrah Signal is;;sailing along in first-class style. In go-obend America they have produced a drama eolled " A.D. 1900.1" A tremendous dust and wind storm occurred at Qobar on Thursday. Zoological Society is trying to introduce English perch into New South Wolos.;r Maokay's paddock at Wallendbeen wili, it is said, be shortly thrown open for mining purposes; ' The. second--volume of Sir 0. 'G-'^Djiffy's " Young Ireland" will be published "ia Noveinbor. Bismarck's henlth is, very unsatisfactory. He bas been, ordored by his physician, to ab stain from all work.' " The Victorian Woolen Cloth Manufactur ing Company. at Geelong, Have declared a dividend of 6 per cent. . 11 ,r; Judge Stephen, whowas elevated"to' the Victoian' bonoh in ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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TATERSALL'S CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

TATERSALL'S OLUB RACES. GLORIOUS weather pr»VBilod during last Saturday's laoo meeting, and a lar^e num ber fit ended. The Governor, Lady LoftUB, and (lie Marquis cf Nmmnnby witnessed all tbn pvnntii. ? Wrangler and Jupiter wore the favourites for tbo Hurdlrt Race and severul of the old favourites wore eciatohed for the Loftus Handicap, the Pontiff, Sweetmeat, Master AvhdhI, and Gipsy Cooper amongst ihe Dumber. Tbo following is the result of tbs rating: The Hurdle Racp, a liandioap of 75 «ovs., with a sweepstakes of 3 sovs. each for starters ndd»/i ; second horse to receive 15 Bovs, from the prize; 2 miles, Dr. Nanh's Dm by the Blast, G yeiira, 8st 10;h.,, 1 Mr, J. Yeomans' b g Pluto (ldte Colli), uged 8u 2 W,Forrester's b g Wrangler, aged, lOat 31b> 8 Betting: 5 to 2 v. Wrangler ; 5 to I v. Darby the Blast; 7 to 1 v. Pluto, Time, 3 miuutes 59 5-lOths seconds. The Tramway Handicap, of 75 soys., with a sweepstakes of a BOVS, for starters added; second borse to receive 20 sovs. fro...

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A NEW METHOD 0F WALLABYDRIVING. To SHLEOTORS AND PASTORALISTS IN GKNERAL. (PER FAVOR OF THE SOUTHERN DAILY ARGUS.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

A NEW METHOD 01- WALLABY DRIVING. I To SHLEOTORS? AND PASTOBALISTS IN GKNERAL. (pan FAVOR OP ITITE SOOTHEBK DAILY A'IIODS.) GEHXLKMKN,--'Thinking that it may bo of service to you, I. bug respectfully to tender the following, which is au attempt to illus trate a plan which I have deviaed for the more speedy aud effeofual suppression or extermination of the marsupial peat,. I have given some attention to this subject, and 1 have decided that of. the various means which are-being employed for this purpos^'' the boat of thorn is (bat which ;ia moat fre quently resorted to, and whioh is termed " watlaby-driyiug.V < Tbis is opriainiy ; ,the best of known plans, for it has these advan tages which the others do not possess. ! In the first place its application is simple, obenpt and almost '.unlimited, and, in addi tion, it is good sport. . This is an important pojjaidoratioii, for, dopand upon it, the auc J ceas of any such plan depeuris entirety on itb popularity, for, if it doe...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

OPEN COLUMN. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-I notice there is a split in the camp between Orookwell «n.l Gullen Qrabbon con cerning tlit) trumwiiy. I am iu the K-tbit of knocking about a good (leal, and I know both plaoew well. Now, iu the name of fortune, whit does Gullen Orabben want with a tramway ? Is it to frighten the wal labies thoy want it to ruu through a scrub for, or what bavo the few inhabitants got to send away by it or to reoBive? I am sure one week's runniug in the year would supply all their wants. 0 y«», they have ulenty of good white gum aud blue metnl to dispose of. Thiit'a the ticket! DIVIDING RANGE.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

YASS NEWS. Municipal COUNCIL. -: The qaual fort* nightly meeting . of the Yass Municipal Council was held on Friday evening. The members present were Aldermen Sampson (in the chair), Wetherby, Yeo, CominiB, and Denning.' The only business trauiabted wns of the ordinary kind. No special motions were passedi as there was not any business of importance on the paper. *, YASS JOOKEY OLUB. - A wall attended: meeting of the members of the Yass Jookey Olub was held at /'Tattersiill's" (Mr. John Ourrnn'«, Salutation Inn) on Saturday after noon. 'The Mayor of ; Yass ' (Mr. Thomas Oolls) occupied the chair. The next annual races are to,take plaoe.in February; and the prize for the maiden plate is to be oonsidor- ' ably increased. Amongst those sportsmen present at the meeting I noticed'Mr. W. Oomins; Mr. H. Dodds, Mr. Mo^o, both of the honorary secretaries, (Messrs.! Harper and Fomhrooke) Mr. J. Curran, and. uHny others. From the report of the secretaries, it is oeriain that the meet of 1882, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE CEREMONY AT NORTH GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

THE CEREMONY AT NORTH GOULBURN. ON SUNDAY th# Catholics of Goulbum trad the districts around assembled at North Goulburo iu order to witness ihe ceremony of blessing and laying the iouudutioa-atone of a new Ohuroh and School iu that locality, whioh was porfoimud by his Lordship the Bight R.jt. Dr. Lanigan. As had been anticipated, there was a large gathering on the occasion, and the morning's promise of a glorious day was fully realised. It is unne ooesary for u* to eater into detail as to tho apptopriateness of the site chosen for the now building or the great need that existed for its eree'ion. However we.mayaitfoly state that from the enthusiasm with which the undertaking h*s bean entered upon yye may soon hope to see the work completed, and the expense attached to the oneroua task will be more than compensated for by tho numerous advantages that will result to the inhabitants of Korth Goulbum from hating in their midst a building -where they can get their children instruotdd dur...

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Serious Buggy Smash. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Serious Buggy Smash. A serious bugqy aoi-ident huppaned lute on Saturday n^hr to the family of the Bt)T. i Mr. Jaokaon, Prpnbyterian inisaionnry ia the i StrtWeir dislric't, Viutorin. Air. Jaukson was" ! drivinp olonp a bush rood with'liia wife and i several children and a servant,, when ilia i wlieol of tlie vohiule wont into a rat,tbrow- | in#. Mr. Jackson .out. Tlio horse bolted, rind j the trap came ia coiitaot iwithatroe.tluow- i iag,{jho,other (oocupanta !(iutj% aiid;'ull; wtiior : l DJttrb :brlesvBenoiialyirijur^ 1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Caught Napping. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Caught Napping. The Melbourne Telegraph reports* that on Tl»uvsday Mr; Rosen wax, pawnbroker, of Sieph<-n-8treet, dozed oft in his shop after reading a newspaper,' and loft his safe opon. Advantage was token of the opportunity by four street Arabs, n«med Robert and Alex ander Burns, Jameo Browo, and Thomas Falsted, who were loitering about.. Two of their number eoternd the shop softly, with out, disturbing (bo unootiBcious pawnbroker, and abstracted a bag oontainirig £16 iapjish and other articles from the safe. They thea wont aoross the road, and having entered a oab direoted the driver to take them to Oall fngwoo<V' Unfortunately for them, some members of the dectlve polioe happened to be in the locality^ and instinctively made inquiry before allow jog the quartette to proceed on their journey. The result WUB the lodgment of the thuives in the city watch-house before they oould spend any of the money or dispose uf any of ^che other arttoius. y .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 15TH AUGUST. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss and A. McKellar. WAGES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 15TH AUGUST. Before Messrs. H. H. YOSS and A. Mt-KELLAR. WAGES OA8B. An adjournal] case, Holmes v. Cain, in wbioh plaintiff claimed £3 for work and labour done, was called; defendant did cot appear. Thomns Holmes proved service of sum mons on John Cain, the defendant; and deposed that defendant said ho could not pay; told Mrs. Cain that d«fendant would have to appear at court on Monday (yes terday,) The bench ordered a fresh summons to issui', returnable on next Monday. [Mr. Belcher here took bis seat on tbe beuoh.] ASSAULT. Que -Sing, alias Ah Sue (on boil), was charged with haviug assaulted Samuel Hookey. Mr. Gannon for defendant. Samuel Hockey deposed that 'he had known die defend«nt for 12 years; they had been mates, and lived together ; they hud a dispute on the 9th July; on that day he missed one of their gold blowers, and found that defendant had secreted it; told defendant that-he had screened him before and would not do so again ; defon 1 dant...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Fresh Case of Variola. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 August 1881

Fresh Case of Variola. Thp Evening Nova of the 13th instant says:-Still another cubb of variola is re ported: since our last issue, and in this instance its peculiar foitore is ihat it is Bituajo in ooe of the healthiest spo s of 'he suhurhs. Tho patent is Joropli Rogors, a qu irryman, 24 years of ago, who in living at 39, Itouot-^truet, Pyrmont, with his wile, and a girl, 7*1 ve rs of age, who is staying ID the honso The disease is stated to be of a mild nature, but the house was placed ia quarantine ywtierday evening. Toe situa tion of the house is on tho highest p'irtiou uf Pyrniont, close by Siun-ler's Pyrmont Quarry, and the locality is not overcrowdsd. .It is stated thnt the wife of the sick man bad been staying in SuBsex-street, CIobo to one of the infected bouses in tho neighbourhood of Fowler-street, and went to live in Mount Btreet on Monday last, but whether this cir cumstance would connect the chances uf in fection with Sussex-street is a matter of speculation. Still it ...

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