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ADVERTISERS' GAZETTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
ADVERTISERS' GAZETTEER. Wr. havo iccoivcd from IHcijora. Gordon and Gotch (.tho V/orld'o Prer.o Agency) a noat littlo boo'.tlot outitlcd tho Adveii tiseuq' Gazetteer. It io v/ell got up, neatly printed, end containo c lot of use ful 'nf onnction for newspaper adverticors. In addition to giving tho names of all newspapers issued within tho colony and tho population of tho districts, there ia attached a map showing each place where a nowepapor ia published.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
r.-I£ you -want ; FismOjrAB^E-GOoip|S como 'tp'.^a^-^ira'n^iirS^ffHffiisrp' STORES* where you wiU^aivrayd -find all you requixo.;^-'^:^' ??'^J.. -y^ '. ? ?'..? \ ??': ,- , ?' '??'?'? ?'???? Latest StjIcV and JBcstl^uc^:v/:V(^;v.v:' T-s- Purchased In Melbourne' and Sydney at very low' prices; and ail who Want Bargains should call and inspect. .? ' x j :- ? ' ?' - ? ' .,,/.' MEN'S FANCY TWEED SUITS .. .. 15b. .'-. ????.' » » ,, THOUSERS ' . . ? ' 4s 6d. : Warm HOMESPUNS (dark patterns, all colors) por doz. yards . . 3b 9d. FLANNELETTES (nil colora) per dozen yards .'. ' .'. 8a 9dv BOOTS. — la this Department I have been fortunate, enough, to secure tho Solo Agency for the Diatrict for the woll-known. and guaranteed brand ( T ) aud am offering at lowest posaiblo prices. ?'??'..? ,_ ? , '..(boots.) Men's Staudard Scrowed Bluchers, T Boots, Kip, Hgnjj-nailed, guaranteed quality, 7o Od per pair. \l\ : ?' 'J .'?-,.. Every Dcscriptiosi ©FSBooils and Shoes always in Stock. In GROCERIES wo of...
SELECTORS' ANNUAL PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
SET^CTORS1 ANNUAL PAYSIENTS. Ik tho Logislativo Ascombly on Wednec day Ic-jI Hr. Uoza caked tho Miniotoir for L^nds when tho rcgulction forms to on r.blo selectors to apply for a reduciion of their annual payments to Od or 9d per aero, co pi'ovidcil by tho Act of the pre cent ycci1, v/oulcl bo issued ; also, whothcr rotantovp. *\*7^%n r.vn nor'.jn rrr^nrn T7niilfl bo oniitkcl Io como under the rcducod payzueiiu, and whothor ho v/otild intro duco a cLorfc bill to reduce the 10 porcont flu.o now impoacii on Gelcotoro who aro in cii.ja.rc. Hi. Cp.rruthcra answered th.it ih.o rcri'ulatious end forms hed beau ap proved by t!io Govomor-in-Conncil, r.ud the letter wqro now aveilablo. Tho caco of.cacli calos'tor would havo to b3 der-lt with on ito morito, paying regard to tho Gtits of Ilia, recount, and whothor tho re duction caulci bo mado within' tho terrao of tlio Ac£. Thoi-o v/aa, Mr. Carruthcrs cd-!ca, no 10 po? cont iine, but ono at tho rato on 10 vKsr cent, per annum, onforccd only a...
Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
r.',*'''''ic- p^ni''*. A connEs;poNDEK^ to the- Voicii writes^ with roferonce to mining mattors at., Mallacoota and ether localities r.outh of Parabula- : — During tho laot two mouth6' mining has been raaldng vory alow pro press at Mallacoota. On tho Spotted Dog loase many of tlio old obafts have fallen in, and now shafts will havo to ba ounl£ in their t-laco. Tho Inanr.p.tor o? f.Tinoa ' has been visiting: tho flold and condomned somo of; tho workings. Tbo erccilon of machinery at tl.o Spotted Dog claim has been considerably delayed, owing- to the , rairt- and t'uo doath of tho now manager, but the stampors aro expected to bo at ? ' ? work very res:-1, nor/. Other claimoon tho field have boon almost idlo for sov eral months, a nuuibor having obtained- \ cuopeutiion to fay c.-?x\ obtain moro capitals ($? 'AtNagh'a and Cipo II0570 ra?jges, Jan- »'^» con, Donelly and party are tunnolling into tbo hill to aa tcv cut tho oliaf t which thoy have ennk. T!-.:'a will enablo them to wor!: mu...
EDEN FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
EDEN FREE PRESS. Wn aro in receipt of tho second copy of thio journal, which is printed and pub lished by Mr. W. T. Campbsll of tho Beoa Fuee Pre8U, and, aa its name im plios, ia distributed gratuitously to the residonla of Edon and aurrounding dis trict. Tho name of tho publiohor ia a sufficient guarantee that it3 articles will bo o£ a montpnous character. Tho lead ing article in tho ftrat iosuo (which, through, an oversight- wo omitted to notice in our luGu) io truly a ma3torpioco, and doalo ortonsively v/ith tho capabili ties of Edon end ito magnificent but no glcstsd hcrbor. It furthor points out that Edon io yet destined to bscomo a nlaco of considerable importunes.
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
; '. : ?; ? ;News and Notes. ? :: London ia; lionising Chinese LTHung ?'. ?'' Ohangi. ;?!;/;.;?:; -^ '.. ;. ':''v;''; .-.. ??«?-:''? ' ? ' Colonel North'n estate has been proved -at ^76,686 10s lid; ?; .'.-, ' Tho coKjperative delegates havo scared the middlemen of 6ydney. - '::.i ': ..v :; /;.; Julian Thomas ('The Vagabond ') ia v ? ' ? «« Daily Telegraph' and V Ago' repreBen . ' ; tative on WeBtralian goldflelde. '?'.'.. ? During July 68,714 tons of coal were : ;. ';r. ?:'-:-. shipped from Wollongong, an incrooao of ? ; . ,22.000 oomparod with July last year. .'..'?..??'.???' . The percentage of lombB in tlio Bal , . ? ' ranald district io over 60, Yanga Station ' -.. , heading tho litt with 65 por cent. Owing ? to tho romoval of tho sugar duties Clorence Rivor farmero oro going : to experiment with other crops. V ? On Norfolk loland there aro 1000 1 . people altogether, and it is estimated that it will coot N.S. W. £2000 a year to ' govern the place. ? '?['.'. '?? When tho Tai-Pi...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
'?;?' ? ^'^iGeneraj-News.:^ , . : 'AuiBTRALiAN 001.18*8.-^111 a,Iettep ?'?xe-: . '? , ^cei,ved from 'Joe Megson by the. last mail . the N.S.W. champion writes ffiatrTiispdmv ; panipha .and he had not goti. ?used to 'the tracks yet. lie says the traoks are'bpar . ded.up at such an angle that it rather '.. scared the visitors, but they felt thfi^pnee , . iopy ?: got uuoa to ine wacK sney uouiu . , hold their end up with credit to the colony ' \ ,,fxoni, which they hoilod. They *were all 'in good hoalth; and fast' getting into 'form.. They wero. being most- hospitably ? ..' entortained by all tho English cyclists, ...andthoy gaiiol confidence accordingly. At tho timo of writing they had inado no eugagementi1, but v/erc oxpecting to ontor for ovent3 at ^n oarly dale. ? Bonanza Cigars. — A revolution, in 1 Cigars. Dixon and Snnu manufacture from tho ciioicf.st I1ava;:a Tobacco, v/ith a neces3ary portion of American, nt a price nover boforo attoinpted — i for Gd ! Samplo hundrodo cont, ca...
Mining at Bonang. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
Mining at ituuang; fiFEOM ODB COaHKSPONDKNT.') . ,Altbouob asining has been carried on ' ; around here for tb» last &0 years, it never, seemed- 15 make euch' a general stir as it ia doing* now. Fresh roofs ore being opened up olontf the- known lines of reefs every few -weeks,, and men of capital aro just beginning to- realise the fact that 'fibnanir can- certainly boast of havine oomo really good- ehowe. Ono of tho most rccont dioCovoTiea io tho ' 'Why Not,1' oituatcd about thrc3 milc3 N. of Bonanp poc'o oiT:cc. Thic fa ccrtcialy e very promising rihor? ; tho rcoii avorageft ' ' about ono fooft in v/ldth ant! pro3pcot-i- 2ioz. or 3oz'. por ton^ Tho Bonanjj Rivor runo clono by tbc- claim, which groatly onhanceo tho valra of -Jhc property. Tho ' OTvnors of this mino (Mooors. W. Parrvr J. Kairiott, and others) oro no^7 orccting a small battory on. tho claim, and wilt very coon bo turning out tho prcoioua motal« ? Other reo&j aro boing opened south oi the ' Why Not,' and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 August 1896
?????:??'???'??.? ??:' \ ? ... - ?. ??;-. ???'.'. -;- : . ? ' The Marianty Bheuma/tism Gur^i ^ C-UEB CURE for EheumatiBnj, Soi»tic», Gent, etc., is the only Ee»l Permanent Core known. k5 It gives Belief in three hours, and effects » Cure in 10 to 40 daya, gopording to the utjetitf of tho case. . It has no rival or eqoal. Has cured, hundreds of the saost hopeless :case8-andisa0odseadtothe poor tuflerar. We-send adrloo FEEE. .To those nilnR the MARLAUTT CUBE.-^ion't despair, but send details of your sufferings; and gat a supply of tho MAEIANTY CUBE. -??..?T~r:- ; , : :-:' ??' . ' ?? '-^.\: .-..' ? ^ ??? .. ? We have Teatifflonials from many who have been long 8aff«rorB^.given op by Dootow— who are now permanently owed. The MABIANTT BEMEDIE8, under PKOFE86OB WATEflHOUSE'S Treatment, will cure you, when all othe-s fail. - The MABIAHTT CUBE is sent direct to any address on receipt of Postal Ordoror Stamps, corofally packed, and Post Free— 2/6, 6/-, and 7/6 per bottlb, or throe 9/6- bottl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
(SREAT -:- CliEARlNCE? i:^ SALE! . » ' 'FDR , ONE. MONTH ONLY! ' , i «- ' ? r -*M i o' ? - ? i a \ i ' » 0F:MY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED. ' ?' ?/.'' \\W W My r&i to* jib «ssr pm $?\ &v wr MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FQR: . New Spring and Summer Goods ! Ml Prices Reduced, and all Goods Soundest and Newest , Fashions. . NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES : FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, usual price 6s Od doz. yards, reduced to 3s Od doz. WHITE and UNBLEACHED CALICO, usual price 4s Od doz. yards, reduced to 2s Od PLAIN and STRIPED FLANNELETTES, usual price 5a dozen yards, reduced to 2o Od por do/en. CASHMERES, all coloro, usual price Is Gd por yard, reduced to lOdper yard. Ladies' Faohionablo TWEED JACKETS, usual price 10a Gd each, reduced to 4s lid Ltidiou' Fanhiouable :v-CLOAKS, liued ; uoual price 12s Gd each, reduced to Gs Od. Infanta WOOLLEN JACKETS and HOODS, usual price 2s Gd, reducod to Gd. Ladies' MUSLIN APRONS, embroidered ; usual price 2a, reduced to Gd. TOWELS, usual prico Gd ...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
Htoms ©IT Sport. . i ,* ^ ? u ?? i '? The Skipper is now regarded as the ' ' best of Mr. Hordorn's team, and is likely ^ ' J to do bigger things than Toreador or - ( Vivian. . \ Tho importation by Mr. Hordern of ' Haut Brion, by St. Simon, is a great ac- If quiaition to the Australian stud. ' i ?Jones, the South Australian bowler' ^ '-, , will not qualify at onco for Surrey, but 'V-;''' will return to Australia with tho other ° v ^v membero of tho Australian Eleven. ^ Dr. Grace has completed ]ii3 2000 runs for' the eeabon. Ranjitsinghi accom plished, this eomo days ago. A cablo has been sont by the New South Wales Cricket A6Rociation to irodalo informing him that New South », Wales players must be back by tho end of November. Excel is being woll supported for tho Caulu'eld Cup at 20 to 1. Last week the sou of Albury — Boau Ideal wa3 backed for £200. Escol only carries Cot. 121b. St. Simon (by Gilopin) has oired oight winners of 13 races valued n.t £20,200. 1 St. Serf (by St. Simsou)...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
General News. '.? '? ? ?& — ? — . Pnopq3KD Muhhay Experimental .; , Faiim.' ? A public mooting was hold .at ;?'?'/;. ,; Albory on Tuesday to urgo the Govora '??'-. ' '? mont'to ostablish an experimental farm ftn'd.Vitioultural collego on tho Murray! ... A deputation waa appointed to wait upon '??'? the Minister for Agriculturo oii tlio i ? occasion of hia visit to Albury nenfc month' ?':'' ' and to co- operate v/ith tho' residents of - ' Corowa, who aro moving in tho uamo .'. ; direction. It waa urged that, tho cuccoss b£ tho Wagga farm affords the bedfc argu ment in favor of tho principle to tho other agricultural, vine, ana fruit growing di&- tricte. ?' ? ? ? Tuu Rabiht Pkst. — On tho tableland, near Omeo, (aayu a Victorian exchango), ?whoro comparatively fow rabbit trucks ? were to be ccon last Christmas, froah trncks arc now to he seen by hundreds. On the Durgo High Plains, whore there is now fivo feet oi' (mow, a rabbit was found last wcok killed by a hawk, and ...
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
Current -Topics. v ANOTnEE.' romanco and another rocord has beon added toAustralia'p list. On Mon^ ' .'; day night tho Cattcrthun divers ' sue.- ?.''?. ccodod in cccuring tho first box of gold '. s -: from tho ill-fated nhip that lies buried ' ' iu tho ocean ofil Sc:il Hooka. Tho tre- ' inendous depth r.nd tho strong currents havo at ir.Gt boon conquered, and thd' pluck of divoro Mr.y nnd Brigga haa not ' been eclipsed in thiu or any other waters. Tho ctory altogether ia- a thrillinp; orfo, ! and will certainly po down to hotory ao ' one of tho achievements of tho British ' raco. Just n ycer ago tho pooitiou of tho vcsnol wan dotritnontcl, .atid oven thon fourteon dayo were occupied in tho [jprvrch for tlio gold tun!:-- Then wo woro told of tho r.toi'ma und currouta which proventc.d tho Iiorcou from continuing thoir worlc. 'j.'ho -.vintor had to bo-. :s.wnit2d for tho r.batomcnt of tho cur ronlr; and tho nio:tt ir.-.proved diving dre:;:;c:j hf.d to bo ircpoiti;d. But the underwritcr...
TRADE WITH CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
TRADE WITH CHINA. Li Hung Chang, tho Chineco Viceroy, has Bailed from England for the United States. Prior to his departure, tho Viceroy had an interview with tho Marquis of Salis bur3' on tho subject o£ allowing China to double the import duty at present im posed on foreigu goody v.i Chinese; treaty ports. Tho British Premier assured Li Hung Ouaug that Uliina. a claim iorr. doubio io reign duty was a principle which merited a favorable consideration ou tho part of tlio Powers uu?et:t)d. Tho Chambers of Commerce at Shanghai and at Hong kong woro prepared to aceopt tho in creased duties provided tho Liltin, or in land tax on foreigu goodu, was not exacted. Li Hung Chung ropliod that China was willing to open tho whole of her sea board to foreign trado, but would not ro raove the Likin. If the duties woro in creased as proposed, it was probable that China would borrow tlio sum of £50,000, 000 to bo expended in railway construc tion, and in tho ro-or,cranisation and re iitting of her n...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
Cih.i:p.3 recently greeted tlie affirmation by tho Committee 'of the Ltgislative Assembly ol1 an amendment iu the.. Eaci toriea^ and Workshops bill, which, limits the legal hour'a of lab:our 'in all factories for all employes to '48' every week. ' But possibly, we hope wo may say certainly, the elieers were premature. Tiie Assem bly numbers 124 members besides the Speaker, and those who voted in the divi sion were 42 all told. That leaves 82 members unaccounted for. We cannot believe 'that the real* AssemblyjHhe whole House, -will' accept the dic'tum of so small a section aa 22 on,' a matter of 'such mo ment aa limiting by law the hours for which adult males may work!' What the Government undertook to do in Che raea^1 sure as drafted was to forbid the employ ment in any factory for mofethau 48, hours in any week' o£ males under eigh teen years of age wud of females. But such omployes were .to bo permitted -to work ovortiino for three houis in any one day of a week 'but for three con...
THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 August 1896
THE NORTH POLE. It is understood that Dr. Nanson does not intend to repeat his attorapt to reach the North Pole in the same manner as by tho Praru expedition. IIo considers that it would bo easier to make tho journey by racana of oledgos from Franz Josof Land. Tho Times ousrgesta that Norway, Grciit Britain, and Australia should oub c-idiyo nn expedition to tho Antarctic, under tho commend of. Dr. Nancon. Lati:h. — Dr. Ngucou has stated that if his vessel, tiio Frail-., had b-jcomo om bteddctl in the ice to tho cast of tho New Siberia Inlands she would probably havo drifted to. tho North Pole. In tho highest latitude reached tho only organic life found was tho guillemot r.ud the fulmar, two oproied of birds, and tho norwhalo. Tho Fram has still threo years' stores. Dr. Naneen and hiG crow, havo been recoived at Christiania with great en thusiasm. The doctor was felicitated by King Oscar. . It is reported by Nansen's party that Professor Andraor the balloonist, who essayed to reach t...