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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

AUCTION SALES. On Tuesday nest Ilr. Maddicon will coll, at hio Salo Rooms, c quantity of drapery, etc. ; and on Thursday no^t, ct 'Wcenona oheop ysrtljj, ct 12 noon, 13G0 crocs bred sheep, iu lots cuit-blo Co Tv.u'ciiaeerc.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Fun and Fancy. TOMMY'S IDEA OF BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

[?] ToMVY'S'lnKA- OF'BauiI^. ,7 c'.' Tommj-'a composition1 on the babv V ? ; ? : ' Biibioa. are UHimlly young.* Now and . again specimous rany be found of twenty yeara and over. 'Jionl. . live, unmi8tnk-« .;'.' able, hear a milo oft' babioaaro alwaj-a ' '? you'ntr.' ' ? ..?.????.'-. microscope you ran «oo a bnby's.noye. If ? haa a high forehead-- '('.nc' tliat goes right ' . over to:Uio b/ti-k of its neck. iV.babyV'' oars am put on for ninuHi'ini-nt, Hol'd'/lo '? ri'li^yo it.s 'great exp.-inso of cu't'ek. Thn .' : places whero itj o/clVrVv'.s ougb.t' to bo ' ?are- thoro,' but' the ''eyebrows i/ava not arrived, which givos- riao 16 'a'suspicion. ' that babies are ba'rofaced creatufos.' ' ,'.It.' lias oyes,' which' eyes it chtoffy uses to express aatbniehraout— ovoked, do doubts by tho antjeo and language' of ? ^fchqse, About.. ' It has a mouth', top, yhicH it keeps for putting its handb and feefc into, togother with keys, pbuci'ls,' coins, piecca of coal, and other odds' and enda it ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. The third r,nd laafc test match of tho tour xrca commeEced at tho Oval on Monday. Tho Engliabmon wont in flrst and reado 14fl« Tbo Auntralic-a wcro all dispocsd of foe 110. ... In tlio Englielirdon'o cocond innings 5 wicltota had fallen for 60 runo at latest r.dvicoo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

. ,.' ,, A LARGE- ANDj.WELL-SELECTED^STOOK OF ?''' ^'.^ ' ' ' ?- Only First-cass Gobids kept in Stock; ? ? ? * ~ ,? ? ? ?' ? :': - ???» ? ? j lOujN'ferioEis -a^e Vcijr1 lo.w1 foj'.'.stricj,ly- lirstrclassPJahda for TrMtJ't'Calii'br Time ? i -J ?„?*&:«»;.:? \'tr--r. '}:'?' ?* ??' ''.' .Payment.-.:- ??...:??.?-?-?.--?,.? t i r- .',.?- ? ' ???? V j '.?-.?':* i^^ni1', ...r.-' fi' '^''':':\yJl']'}'J- ' ' \. -1 ????'?'?? ?'-?' ' ''' ; ???'??'i ??'?:-''- '' ; ?'?' '?'-?: ' ? ?'?',.'' '' '?.*'?'' -T**' T**'^''11' ? '?'' *'? ??'?'?'' __ ?' i ii. nVim.m i ii^l1' ' ? 1 -:'- '* Th'e:Be3t^d'dca«3 iloM;'lU')i;vl )c. ??-. ..--. Froin £7 upwards. ' BRASS BAUD and all kinds' of ::MUSlCA^XNSTRUMENTS.-; f0 /? r^^38 ^tOR^E STREET, ^^U^ED^5^/^WJr£^y ? The Ift-:SCstA Piano Business' in ' ''J C^^^-r^zr^^ * ?' ? ' . Australia. ? ; ? , ;*h1:-bh^]S® Ate ^k©its ^ ^ouiSMlling^ per Quarter iii Advance ? rUBLISKED 'AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Advertisements at Seasonable Rates.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

SMALL DEBTS COURT. . On tho same day, and before tho csrao Bonch, E. Booth proceeded against B. Brycnt for £30, goodo nupplied. Verdict for plaintiff for \.aiount and 5o costc — Watling and Baldwin v. F. Welter ; cottled. — Same v. E. Ivill, £1 12o, work dono. Verdict for amount and cootr:.

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DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 August 1896

/;yv:BOiRJEEN.;: i The Story of a Singer. . :??'-. .??'??. - BY EDNA LYALL. (All Rights Resekved.) CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) . ? I must go and hoar about it,' said tho : doctor cheerfully. 'But dopond upon it, tho follow Trill turn up all right. When was ho lr.ut at tho Castlo, Mr. Hereford?' ? ?.-.-.?' 'i hoard that ho woo tboro in tho morning,' said Mas. I boliovo my mother Baw him.1 ? Well, good morning to you,' oaid tho doctor. ' Why, your hand in cold ; you are not bo uood to buing up all night as . ' I am. Take a brisk vrulk— nothing nico a walk beforo breakfast for tho circula tion/ -., ' Ho turned awny, but Mnx lingored a -.. moment longer bo&ido tho gate, * Miao ? Doreon wao not ovor-tirod yostorday, I hope ? ' ho askod. ' Eleeo you, no, eir,' roplio5 tho land . lady. ? Why ohe was oft at llvo o'clock ? . this morning1, runnin' up tho mountaiu yonder ao brisk oo could be.' ',?''? With ft strong dooiro to know bow the ?'.'. ebarer of his misorablo secret was boar ing ...

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The Rev. James Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

TI16 Kev: James Clarke. Thk; Rev. James Clarke, whehas 'gained- ..'- donsiderable ndtoriety, if, not fame, for his ecceatrio behaviour from time to'time of late, addod to' his list of appearances' in the various courts oil Thursday morn ing by appearing it ;. the .Water Police 'Court oir a charge of beinir' drunk in/ Palmer-sfe-eofe.' ?''' ',-. ...'?'.. The reverend (or ex-revefend) gentle man appeared in court with a slightly ?markod faca and loudly protested hi* innocence. ' ? * Sonior-constablo-' Woods doposod that about half-pasfc 12' tho provioua night, from somothing ho heard, he wont down % Palmor-streot, and- found accused lyitig on tho footpath very drunk,, and convoy oi him to- tho Woollocmooloo l'olico Station. ' O£ couiv/j you want, to tell the truth,' caid Mr. Clarice, '??and you havo an hon est fccD. I)H I not toll you that I had bo n c . juoulicu ? ' Witness : ' Nc.' Cnnot.-iblD A(?::!r:-on corroboro.ied the ovidonco of previous witne33, and stated thut the r.c.ir.Lcd...

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SCULLING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

SCULLING MATCHES. Jacob Gaudaur, the Canadian scullon who hat? been' matched against James Stanburj', ha3 arrived at PutuGy, and will go into training at once. Tho match, which if) to tako place over. tho Thame3 cliavjpionahip course on Septombor 7 ne::t, of tho world. At a sculling contest hold in Cnnada last week Rogero, a United States sculler won an. event in outriggers, defeating Edward Ilunlan, Dnrran and Buboar. '???;j''l '?.'?{ ??;.' '??:;?'.). ?-?-, .' : ' -?; '

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THE BRITISH NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

THE BRITISH NAVY. Sip. ...Chaiu.es Du.un, speaking in tho Houdo of Commons -ui-jjecl tho Govern raont to increase tho atrongth of tho 'British navy, in view of the hostility shown by Germany towards Great Britain and tho . possibility of a combination of the Great Powers against England.

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. Loed Salisbuhy was formally installed on Saturday as Y/ardon- of tho Cinquo Porb. In tho courco of ?. speech which he deli vered on tho occasion ka roforred to tho European situation, lie said thafc tho gangrene of Turkey threatened tho health andaecurityof tho wholoof Europo. Tho danger would contwuD to oxist until tho Powers abated tho clineaco by dealing with tho rottenness afi tho centro.

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QUEENSLAND SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

QUEENSLAND SEPARATION. Ik tho Houso of Commons Mr. J. F. Hogan asked the. Secretary for the Colonies whether hs would during tho coming recea3 reconsider tho question of granting separation to Central Queens land. Mr. Chamberlain, in roply, said that the immediate coparation of Central Queensland was not desirable*' and further inquiry wan not deorc-2d necessary at the prccent timo.

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A Dark Deed. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

?': A.21-ar& BDeejI.;., ?': 'Ik, Birminghnm recently a young lady ' i -j-., had an oxperionco that oveu a summer' ot - , 1 tho teasido cannot mako her forget.- She ^ 'was iipstairs, and had juat turnod oiither . _, .. light, whon ahe heard a caller ask for'her^ ' '^^ She mado a dive for her powdor-pufriu the ' s dark and dusted her facoi with powdor. - - She wont to the parlour,'and found1 a dis- *', tinguished stranger . on whom dho was - ' anxious to rnaho' an impression. Ho appeared rather nonplussed at her lookb, but being a man of tho, world,' which means a man wiso' enough not to toll a woman her faults, hireaid nothing/' Sho sat anil - chatted1 gracefully mid had a . delightful eveining. On reaching' hoi room she looked m her minor 'us a&ual. She ' gave one soroain undweiit ofr into hyateiicB, -i'or in her kusto and tho dark sho had dipped her powdor-pu!'1.' :;no c o bt-\ oi- pui'verised' churcoul, i:'^i« uUc- l\r--i the niake-up' of an amateui' eoi'oi'Ou ? mi...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

PREOBXTERIAN. ? '8opt, 6.— DologistO 11; WcUsmV^'oy V. ;?.. ? ?' Esv. A.G. Ilscnin. ...' ghe'^elegcte-^tf6. . r'EMOU ET PIDKLIC. THUP.ODAY, AUGUGT -:3il:, J.CC3.

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VICTORIA'S REIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

VICTORIA'S RElGil; J:j roforonco to tbO'..propo3al to colobratn on Soptcmb?r 1(5 tho 00th annivorcp.ry of tho Qucon'a rci/jn her Majesty hao con'j a mo2n2^o-'to Parliament oxpi-esskig her gratification at the- loyalty of' her oub jcqto end caldnn; thai tho proposed calo br.atiouo ohall bo rencrved until tho coju plotion of tho ci^tioth ycar-of her reign.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

THE TWO , l* ' GIMjIXL ARrrCLES? ' ' CLEMLMS fOiVIC ~ ^ »u^, tf TLE1 CHER'S PILLS, ' n , IMITA FED1 ^ s t.1 BUiUiN RIVALLED * ' ^ AND TNLQUVLLED n '&\ ? ' ' 'I CLEMENTS TOMC is a eoiendfio ','( chemiiAl food md lobtorLS tho tissue l : ?wasted by the voiations or evoijdny life, , ( 1 18a prompt and salciomcd} forneuralgia^ ! nervousuoprt, .weakueas, debility',. -liver. compLnut, diopsj, and chiomo ind}geb- ^ 1 tion ' , FLETCHER'S TILLS cure heartburn ?backacho, headache, livoi- ? tornidity, ''' dyspepsia and all complaints of the istoni.ich and bowols. These two remedies' ?': ?;?.. .ii-vJ have boon thoroughly tested in all the hot ' :;:'?V'vi' ^oounti'ies of tho world. They aro sold t : .VY;^')^' .at-.a. price v.ithin tho reach of all people. / ::.'-y!^A Evidence is forwarded free on reooipt of v f^1;^?;, ?name and address that will satisfy th'o ;?' _l- '.'.(''fipt most scoptical as to their virtues. They ?';,:y/-.-V'ii\: are sold everywhere, but care must' be [.'? v^'v'^'K.'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

SoitKiniKG approachJE^ conatcrnr.tion hr.3 lieon cauccd in middlomr.n. circles in SydDoy by tlio advent o2 tbo coopov^ tive dolosntcn. Thc30 G°n£louion. liavo como araongat ub as tho lopiosoiitntlvoo of tho Co-oporutivo WlioZo.-ulo Soeiofcy of i!ie United Kingdom, und t-or.io id^a of tho Dtrongth of thrit cocioty mny bo : gathered from tho official figaroc. Tho movement ia Great Britain is now doing a4rado of £58,000,000 a year, out of ?wbiob} an annual profit of from flvo and a*half ? to six -. millions sterling is made yearly, whioh is divided among a million and a quarter working moa. The idea of . tho society is to bring tho producer and tho conoutn:r face to faco and olim inato all tho profit-maker:: thnt »ctood between them. Thoro ia no nccocaity to poinft out tho profits of tho raicUllonicn, V7liro]i rcduco tho iacor.ie of tho pvoducar from 10 to 00 por cnt. Tho niombero of $h$ cocicty who gig r.orr vidKuijj thzo country point cut that their cosictr .'.nnilo £1,000,000 annual...

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THE FLYING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

THE FLYING JtfACHINE. . News has been receiTed frpra Berlin oJ tho death of Herr Lilienthalr a German inventor. Ho had made a flying maohino of his own invention, and was conduct ing experiments, at Berlin when, he fell from the machine and- sustained fatal ibjtrlco. .

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Gazette Notices. Department of Mines and Agriculture Sydney, 7th August, 1896. RESERVE FROM OCCUPATION LICENSE UNDER [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

Gazette Notices. TV ' ' Depitrtmenfc of Mines and Agricnltord s - Sydney, 7th Augus*, 1896. 5 ( Reserve fiiom Occui ation Licfse uvd^b i - MiijBii's Rigut on Businkss Licensl His^ Excellency tho Governor, with tiie * / advido of tho Executive Council, hu« beon pleasod to restrve, nub]p t to oxiat- ^ mg nghtd (if rm}), uudur tlio '2Gtb. tioc- - tion of tho Mmu „' Act IR7 i, the Ciqw.i ' \ landa heremaftpr u^eubi.d fioin opcupa- ? , tion for raininj, rcbifknct, or buBiredM v purpose in virtuo of mj miners tight or business licoucc Eastern Bi idion — I.und l^ibtrict of ' Ijoinl ila ^ No. 583. Counties, of Wallace acj Welloslej, pjnuiici of 1'euriiio, iDgee goodbco, .Mount 'fjtfopqr, Tntrabandrk, Tingaringi, Wollondibby and Corrowofig, containing an invct. of abuut a-iiOOO ac'ren Tho crown lands witl.iu 1 ii:iie rectan gular dintanci; n-iith-oafifurly of tho ? . ? T boundary diwding tlio coionies of 'Vic- toria and N- w ^ou'li Wile , otdrdirg oh the left bml ol m. Dtlig't- River, pansh ...

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Local Intelligence. AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

Local Intelligence. AUCTION SALES. We direot attention to Mr. Maddison'o ealo on Thursday noxt, 27th instant, at noon, of 1350 crocabred chcop, at tho Woonona shoop yardo. On Friday nont, 28th inat., bo will poll at bia yr.rdy, Dele gate, 10 hoad of fat cattle.

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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT IN A THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896

TERRIBLE ACCSDENT'IN A THEATRE.. A TKr.itiui.lv accident occurred during tho porformanco a4 tho Novelty Theatro last Tuesday. ?During the play an ector named TV. Francio v/aa suppoced to bo stabbed.. .Unfortunately, the Bprirrg in tho etago dagger failed to act, and tho blodb entered Francis' temple, death being instantaneous. - ???'?

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