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HOW LIGHT WE THINK OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

HOW LIGHT WE THINK OF nRATH. % BY FIZGIG, How light wo tbink of death That summons to appear before our God, And give account of all our ways! ' How lit;bt we tliiuk of its approach Though nil around must come within ils f?i a«p ; Though wo ouraolveB by it are close pursued, And every now and then its freezing breath Is felt upon our brow. How light wo think of it-though oft its dart Falls quivnring in our midst, Tearing our loved ones from our grasp, And leaves us sorrowing hero below. How light we think of it-though shutters clusod, And funeral palls and nodding plumes and nulling hearts Procluim it has been there. How light we think of il-though it attends Our every step, each breath we draw, each pulse we beat, It cotnes up close behind. How light we think of it-though at our birth God gives us in its care, to bear us back to Him When o,ll is o'er. How light we thiuk of it when' youth is Btrong, Wh'en visions bright of light and love and hope Bafora us riso. How light wo think o...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

Football. Our Goulburn players seem"to.be meo'ing nothing but disappointments in their n'rrango-" meuts. Witliiu the last couple of w«eks they were'denied . tho plensnt'o of mooting two, of tho metropolitan clubs, and from n 'letter received by the club we'learu thuttho Yass plaj'era have been obliged to ask for it; postponement of (lie retura match, which was to come off on Saturday, the 20th inst. This lvquost has' been made, owing to the inability through accidents and 'otherwise of somo throfl players to come to Goulburn on that dny; but as tho 'TUBS men only re quire postponomont for a weuk, wo may yet hope to seo tho match come off before the season terminates.: ? j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's [?] news?"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

"Brief, tlion i nnil whnt'a .li»!nows?>'~King-John' Mr. "VVingfield,.employed in Messrs, Betls and Oarter'o office; is dangerousIy^H. . Mr, E. Gaspers intends closing his gallery »t Gunning to-day. : i, i , The Adalaido Exhibition; so far, is o great ?SU00088. ' '?? ?'? ? 1 ?'*'> Melbourne woolbrokora oiro canvassing tliis oolony for tho ootning clip. ' H >' The ma toll between .Laycoalc *apd Kusli ooiues oil'on Friday, August'26..!,. ' : Tho avorage yield of. wheat;-last year in No\y.South1'WaloB was l'i^.'busliels.' A' Viutoriau inanufaofcurer 'lia'sppurohasfld a mig in Albury lot-a t»b"abW[faotpry. The liov. Q.:Strong : has« oonsouted to ro liaiu his'presontjpulpit,tilUMarohU'83. .. It is , proposed to'ustnblisli 'pumio Sohools .at Jugiongj Hnd atMtttina, ueari Youog. Eight persona have been killed-and elovfln i'ii]uiodi by the trutuvfay sinoo it was opsned. '.i Bialiop Guiun: of Brisbane isjatilL dunper ?oualy. ill. n;H0 -was not J expected' to survive to yoaierda^ raor...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Welcome Change in the Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

Welcome Change in the Weather. The long-wishod-for rain has fat . hat ?visited /Gtaulburn and-surrounding. neigh bourhood, and has hIso extended oyer savo raldistriots beyond;- *On'Tuesday, many Ju dications of the approaohing change could ,be observed,- but it'5waa not uiitiltho after noon of yesterday that the ruin came down at all heavily in the city. However wo believe that from Broadulbano :as far 'south: as WfTgga, or perhaps-farther, there was a= quantity of good steady rain during. Tuesday niglit. Wo earnestly hopo that the blossing of.'sueh a valuable and necessary visitation will bo afforded us, and that a good soaking downpour is at hand. .... ,, " ,

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RINGBARKING. ONE SELECTOR SUES ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

RINGBARKING. ONE SELECTOR SUES ANOTHER. AT thfl Urann police . court, beforo Mr. Bnylis, P.M., ills case of MoCuIloch; vorsuti Mahor WHS. recently beurd, of which the; following nro the lull pai titulars':-; In this paao; the plaititilF, Edith Mubel McOullpch,' a'flblebior. and pro-lease holder, .suod J"c>h ri Maker, a solGotnry, to rucovor oomponsution l'or improvements, consisting of riiifihinkintf, soi'ub-alearing. and loncing, nrhiob'iliad. boon effected on nor pre-ieam^ 453 hcios of which hnd boon seluctod by M-ihor im 24th Match Inst. Mr. B. B. TorripHon, of Wagfja Wngpa, appeared for plaintiff, arid Mr. H. B. Fitzhurdinge, of Waug'i; Wrtgga, :for the, defendant.. . Mr. E.-'B; Tompsnn, in open in# the case, argued that n ' pra lofiao was ft; lease .for pastoral purposes within .the meaning of the 15th section of the Orovvri LandaPni'tber Amend mont Act.of 1880, and that therefore the holder of a pre-emptive leaso, who bad im proved his lioldiag, wa3)entitled to j recover |....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

MASS WILL BE CELEBRA TKL> A T- ' GOULBURN DISTBIOT. SUNDAY* F August 21,-^Grabbon Gullen-Collector-Marulan August 28.-Tarolga-Boro-IJuuRonia September 4.-Grabbou Gullen-Spring' YalUy Breadalbane. YASS MISSION. Binalong, Sunday, August 21 Gunning, Sunday, August 28. CONFIRMATION. Wnggfi Wagga ..August 28 Ufty September4 Dotiiliquin September 11 Albury,, .September 18 Ailelong September 25 ; 'i'umut October 2 Teroora,...October 10 . Greofell October 14 : Goolagoug ..October JO Burrown ., October 23 Frogmoro,, .Ootober 25 . Yass Oeiober 80 Bless Prosbytcry Ten Mile, September 21 ljloss Church nt Tuwora, October 9. : Bless Church ut Goolagong, Oetobor 1C Bless Church at Guudaroo, Sunday, November 13.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

/PATRICK ..WfiSHANE, GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, AUBURN* & BRADLEY STREETS, PURCHASES all ltiuds of FARM AND OA I It V PRODUCE, at HIGHEST CASH PRICES; und SELLS at LOWEST REMl/NERA tivis RATES,-' 0cf- ©ive BEbedi a- Call, Bushier Atimoimccmout. BARRY AMD-.DAVIS HAVE much plrnisurn in informing tho inh»bi tiinls of Goultiurn and district ond the _publio.ftancrally .1 hut they Imvo PURCHASED THE BUSINESS recently conductod by MR. II, 0. PRATT, as . < Wholesale Produce Merchant, And in soliciting a oontinU'ince of tho otintom which , their predecessor received, they bug to draw nitontiun to the fnol. that iu ull transactions their TERMS will tin (ound to Compare Favourably with any in the Market. 655" Wholosilo Customers liberally dealt with. BABRY & DAVIS, Produoa Blorohants, Sloano-Btroet, Qoulburn. IN thanking tbo publio of Qoulburn and tho disttiot surrounding for the generous support tbey have extended to mo during tho last six toon years, I feel great sa...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

? TvraEJci/g1 Bay of Wcok, fiCNDAY ... M outlay .., Tuesday .., Wodnosdny Thursday. Friday,..., Saturday.., l)ny ot Month, Aug. H .15 10 17 19 19 ? 20 Sun rises. : h» m. G 43 G 41 G 30 G as G 37. G 38 G 36 5 28 G 28 C 29 6 30 5 31 5 31 6 32 MOON'S PHASIO, : Lust Quarter, August 17th, 3,2 n.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

C0MME11CIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. FARM PRODUCE. On the wharves prime new lucerne is sell ing at £3 5/- to £3 10/ ; do old liny, £2 15/ to £3 ; medium samples, £2 10/- per ton. A fair demand exists for prime samples of hay, but other qualities are dull of sale. Maize firmer, on aooount of dry weather, and selling at 3/3 (o 3/6 ; oats (seed and ieed), 3/- per bushol; Circular Head potatoes, £4 to £4 10/; New Zealand do, £3 to £,3 10/ per ton ; Victorian onions, £13 ; do j.chitif,. £4 5/» to £5 per ton, bags included ; butter, in keg, 1/- to 1/9 per lb j eg^s, lOd pordozen ; bacon, 3d to 6d ; cheese, 4d to 8d ; bam Gd to 8d ; honey,.3d to "4d ; lard, 4d to 5d ; beeswax, 9d to lOd per lb ; millet broomB, 10/- per dozen. The Wheat Market.-The prices quoted ore the same that have ruled for some time past. Holders are firm, and we notice the Southern markets are quoted as advanoing, * a little, but whether prices will advance fur ther is a matterof opinioD. Adelaide wheat,, 5f- to,5/3 ; coloni...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. ; TUESDAY, AUGUST 16. IN the Legislative Assembly, Petitions in favour of'amendments in the Licensing Bill were presented by Mr. Flotr olw, from Newcastle by Mr. Melville, from Wuratah; by : Mr.' Young, from Manning Eiyur j by Mr. B,. B. Smith, from Mucloay ; by Mr, William Clarke, from Sydney ; and by MivBuchanan, from Mudgee. It was ordered, on the motion of Mr. William Forster, that thoro ha Inid on'the table oopies of all correspondence ou. the subject of the colonial defences. ' ' Mr. Webb presented a ...putitiou, from Bathui'st in favour, of ft revision of the roil way rates for the freight of agricultural produce. , ' The ovidence in1 Summary Oonviotions Bill was iMa.d a third time and passnd, and. it was,ordered that it be forwarded to tlio .Legislative.Council for its, oonourreuoo. ? Tho.remaining business on the i>apor wos postponnd. . ' . The House ndjourn'od to Wednesday.

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STRAY LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

STRAY LEAVES.: [BY VIATOH.] ' EXHIBITION BILLIABDS.-I had tlio sntis fflction of witnessing asplendid game of 200 up, played 'on :Monday:evening\ ut Yass; on:: Mr. Mote's' bow, table ; rtho players were tho member /or Grenfell (formerly of Yass) and Mr. MoGuire of Yaas. AH; tlie\gbod judges;and connoisseurs in billiard^matches mustered ^ to witness ; the game. It wonld tnke too; long to recapitulate the various scoros at tho different stages of tlie game ; suffice . to- say, both:,,,players showed / a thorough knowledge of "side," and were frequently' applauded' for the brilliancy of thoir play. "Mr. MoGuirowas the favourito from tho first, but the.lead was kept through out t by; Mr. .Vaughn, who. was: sometimos 40 ahoad. The: lattnr gentleman won by 9 points. ? I may mentiom that this was purely a . trial i of v skill, the , players not' playing for 'any stakoj though each had many ad mirers who staked a little money on,( the Events.' ? At; tho .close of the gamp, sovoral gentlemen...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Case of Edmund Galley. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

The Case of Edmund Galley. . Many persons will be.disposed 'toienquire who is Edmund Galley, and ; what offence did lie; commit ? To bens brief as possible,' we may state that poor Galley committed no offence whutever, although, to the disgrace of British,justice, he whS:found guilty upon purely circumstuiitinl evidence of murder; and escaped capital punishment by the skin of his teel.li. About forty years ago Mr. May, a well-to-do North of Dovou farmer, won returning trorn Moreton hamstead lair at night, and . on his way was stuok-up by two men. , Mr. May, being : powerful, .offered resistance and tlie scene of tho murder1 boro evidence of a most desporate struggle.' He was worsted.in the struggle and left dead on the roadside. On tho following ' day parish constables and . specials iroin ;. Exeter were on the , scent, and suspicion . tell on " a i gipsy,; i who passed,, by tho sobri quet of BucUiugham Joe. Ho was ap prehended';. at his camp, u not for .lrom' the spot where the mur...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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An Imaginary Loss. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

An Imaginary Loss. Yesterday evening whilst engne;ed talking to a party in Goldsmith-streeti aloenl knight of llio hammer wlio pursues sundry avoca tions in conjunction with that of auctioneer ini; happened to tie passing by, ho turned over to where we were s'auding and mode 'the .startling announcement that he hid lost £38, consisting of cheques, and single notns. v Not being,' apparently, much put out by the ocouirance ho . wended . his way townrds homo. Within about five/minutes he accosted us aeain. This time be looked even less agisted than a' our first moving, and we had partly guessed ho had recovered; the missing money. Our surmise turnnd out'(o.be correct, instead of; hairing;;as was tiis bfliof, put the money in his poukef, our friend had .shoved, it away safely'in'" the cash-box whore his betti'r half, to her great dflight and . to) the .evident; satisfaction' of her lord and master, found it on prying irito that interesting depository. Wo were glad the affair ended as it...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. Before Mr. C. S. Alexander. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

GOULBURN P'OLtCE COURT. , WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17. Before Mr. Oi S. Alexander. DRUNK AND jDIBOllDBRLY. : Martin Gannon pleaded guilty to a oharge of having been drunk and disorderly ; lie was also ohnrged with making use of ojbscooo lan'guago, but said ho had no knowledge of having dune so, * : ' ; Constable, Drummond deposed: Yester day afternoon about 4 o'clock I,arrested the ptison'T in Auburn-street -Cor being idrunlc and' disorderly ; ho made uso of the , ex pressions written on the paper (produoed) which has been rend to him; hisj other language was very bad ; he wus , abuut three parts drunk, and was very annoying, Ringing and dnnoing on the footpath and intercepting the persons. , i : Prisoner wus then olmrged with resisting (ho police ; he said he knew nothing' about it. ?? ? ??:.???? ? Oonatable,Drummond depnsed : I arrestod prisoner yesterday in Auburn-street ; ho said I'll not go without a b--y fight; he struck me on the face and caused the] marks; which are upon it ; ho al...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Policeman as a Lady's Maid. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

».>:jA'!PoiicomW as'aiLadVsfMaid. , J The' pnlico,\,afc , timog, experience grant troulilo ^ndi inconv.onionoo ' 'ini^pprfoi'minfr: their'duties,'but; laati.weelc/h a ;onse( occurred; iu- NnrRndern^lliatilina Dn'nmusinir side, ' irt 11 iJ ii eel 0 rii oW 01 i n r 1 iri 1 k er n; youtig woman'residmis at,the Cliineso anmp, .jvias;8iniimoupdv.for1J;illoKnllyjaolIiinp.^.liquor,,. Slio didno^ flp'iyoBr^and'n.wprraat.waa iflsned ri Bibn": iffl&Q nsbfeloli'Kintt'f wont to fircpst he^on ?' tlin |stjrnrfgth^' bf-^biis^ h n| f o u ntl I (h a, s i t L i n, b a 3 /{u n d o ra h pi pro ten o a ber, tlie-itunjtue, and the constable gut it rstbor warm, but wbb afraid (says', the .Argue)'-to tnko bis prisoner to the lock-up in oh8b sbe might have been ill, and IIBVO died in the lock-up. In order to bo on the right'eidiy.ih'e. constable determined to-call in a mcdioBl'manV'Vbit'li he did most relue tuitly, ob thin uiennt expense to the Govern ment. Tbo doctor saw. the female prisoner, wh...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Belmore-square. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

; Bohnore-squai^e. jjTho <rnin bus -comoat, a time.when.the improvements.in ,tbo;square?,will liavo- tbe boat i possible' ohancn'vofv. profiling by. ^it.' Yesterday several portions, which hnd been bare,! were sown.with grans-seeds, ilie.,diffo rent'spots' haying been previously ' propnrorl by having a' quantity, of rich.. loose-'eartlr scattered thereon, nnd wo.may oxpeot shortly, to see a, rioh± verdant;.award;.a# the result;' Woare -however sorry to find, that some.of those human; pest3-the lnrVikins-rhave, done a nasty ..trick by...pulling up some of thox,newly-planted shrubs.iVi'l'hoy) wore all .light -yesterday morning, but in' tliOj affGr noon it...was, found that two of .the yoyng ? treeBJhnd i bopn pulledjvp, nnd , not by very (HhmII'children, who mi^ht'. nofc: boro^pected. to know;what mischief, tjiey were'doing, hilt, by younastors w'ho ;(to judge. from;theiivfootr. marks) must have been fully 13 or 14 years: of fcgo-another jnstauoo of bow. sparing the rod spo...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Last Night's Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

: Last Night's Entertainment:. > Dospite "unfavourable wnnther (for audi it' was: from -the .promoters? of (the entertain merit point of view), tlin Ohurch of England Working Mori's- Society's'* performance'1 WHS woll pntroniand.' Tlio Iront seats were filled to their utmost capacity, and tho otlior1-.pavts of the house, woro.also comfortably! crowded.. The progrnmme was excellent in its ooncop tion; us also' tho . manner- thnt.it wns igono through.' ; We.hold over, particulars to next : issuei^;,;-. (:,cx vv*:rv: j'v - Lf/fr ' 6

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Varied Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

, A- Varied Entertainment. It is eomothing surprising to hear what an awful amount of trouble some people go to when iliey w.isti to leave this world of woo. I believe there would bo a great many suicides liad Btimo. folic a lit1 In more pluok, you knoiv it takes a lot of pluck for. f» cove to put a finish to his onreer. Ai young Indy of my acquaintance managed to 'got the melancholies or some su^b-disease i one evening nftor her young man bad deserted her. So the same evening whilst out walking, thinking of the deserter and, whether hn'd go to her funeral if she com mit tpdsukidfv eh « ariived- on5 the bank of a fine deep drain, and with the words, " Any where, anywhere out of the world," she stopped in. After various aorobatio perfor mances on the way to the bottom, alio found found oat shfe wasn't near dead. - After, sundry grimaces and a variety of shrieks for vinegar, sal volatile, &o , she crawled out and walked home, and has since lieeri employed teaching'a younger br...

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Reported Gold Find. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

'?.?'? Reported Gold'Find. :,;. i , :Wa bave^bo'onj'givon ; to./Ufld'erstijnd'thiit ipaynblti.-aold thns^bboD ifonuiJV'at Broken "Bridge r Graeki ' fliUialoii, five a iililes;uboyoiid rMarnlBn:.i!'Our; iniormnntjfc,MT.' fOlinpinan,;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 August 1881

HORSE TEAMS. '' Wanted HORSE TEAMS TO DRAW IN WOOL for SmiHon 1881,, to HARDEN RAILWAY STATION1. Wool now ready j higheet rates givon. Apply to WRIGHT IIEATON & CO., ' Harden.' Wanted,.'.' 1Q OK BOYS to Joiirn the BOOTMAKING XO ill KVEliY 13RANCH, nt WOOD COM. PANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Goulburn. CAWWSOM. THIS is to give nolico to n oertnin younff.man in: Goulburn, ft boot-Gninhrr by trnde, that if he contiii 1108 to INSULT MY DAUGHTER;'MISS ERBY, or ntiy pei;«on in hor oompHny, ho will be PROSECUTED to the utmost rigour ot 'th'n law.'; '. : Mils. ERBY. ' Goulburn, August 17th, 1881. GENERAL MEETING of the GOULBURN j£x CRICKET CLUB ivill bo 'hold a't. tlio.Oomi moroial Hotul . on FRIDAY NIGHT,; AUGUST; 10TH, at.8 o'oloak p.m. , W. 0. NASH, ? Hon. Sao.. To ' the Inhabitants of Braidwood, " ?' Tarago,' and District.' 2>sa. CAlEOJLa, ,, AN bo CONSULTED lit PHELPS'S HOTEL,'. TAUAUO,,'on tbo 2nd and 4th WEDNESDAY in ouoli Montli, < 0 '."Fruit Trees;v; FOR SALE n 0IJ010E ,...

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