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A Modern Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
'.. A; Modcrfli -t?iiic«lyi''-'v That dreadful' word ' obneuraption' nood never bo 1 eafp'd if Dp. Sheldon's Now Diuoovory is ' taken io time.. Thousands Bppak'qi UW'tlio highest, praiso. Obtainable at'M.Goodmau & 9»M Dologato. .::?, :?.!?.?..' '- ? .????'??'??? M'. J. JI Sandhbb, editor of tho '?'Sunday SunyU'arid;: stakeholder - for= Messrs. Townai-nndi^Qurriah in '.their match for tho Soulling Championship °' tho world and .,J6-Qpp. informs us tUat the third'dpp'qsit of JS1C0 o-sido, due ou tho Oth' February, has boon made gooj uy 'the representatives of owh man. The race', tokea plaoo over 'ho Nopeau championship couroa on the 2nd MQrov, and tho final doposit of £200 asido must bo raado goodboforo noon on February 27. .'
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
The Sliukcls. Gnur.BEnx, Weilueada'. — There w»a * hir nttenrf'.niic of hu- or., nt to-rla.v'c ?»to k aa.ea. B-tween 5000 and 0000 ?heap were mihml ted T-'- market (or fats wan witbont animation. That, tor alorea -hnwe.l rtiue improvement. Fat nether, realised 10k 0a to lie Od, *torn wet: on 8d to 10- 9d ; one ex-; «entionally (J'od lot of 'earlf-anorn weinvra nrtiufrnt ion. wwm . uov ?orte Ila 2d to 14- Id, the Intter iirice for a p n of nnoanally prime crfl'S br. H-; aKed, inferior doecript one 4a to (la 91, weanr-rs 0« 4d to 9e 3d. tTbere wptk graall imbmlBetons both in ?fat and ►torn ont-l». The murket for tho former wa» briik.qnolationa ahow ini: ar, nilsancu Sttira cattlu conniuieil prlncipnllv of roun - atock, and cow* -void at iinprn cd price?. D at fat bullock* maliu'd 1,7 lfia to Ld 15.. ?fat c'vr I.I B- to l.o 15k, atom cows 1,'t 10-. two-yeiu-old beifera (toed olaaa) 1.3 10', poHdion and yearlinsn S0» to 40' 0d, mllrh rowe Vt to L«. Boat beot wa» north 26a pet 1001b. Spk...
The Dellieknora and Upper Delegate River Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
The Dellicknora and Upper Delegate River Mail Service. - . The following letter has been forward ed- to .us., by a resident of tipper Dole gatci River, with reference. to the al teration- in the mail service ovor tho border. It appears that tho residents of that, lpcality aro not at all satisfied with-tno Bnggested alteration, but the letter explains : — Sir, — In a recent paragraph of yonr paper appeared a commnnication from Mr. Chapman, M.H.B., that in response to an application, which was received by the Hon. Sba. Dolomite PronTos,, Association that 'approval had been given for tho mail which leaves Bonani; (Vic.) for Kirkenong (N.S.W.) on Monday via Dellioknora to return by samo ronto on that day instead of via TTppor Delegate River, us at present.' On behalf of the residonts of Upper Delogato River I protest, against tho notion of tho Association in this matter If that body had taken the ti-onble to enquiro thoy would havo found that abont twice the number of peoplo aro sorvedb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
BY NATURE. -O- Zam-Buk helps new skin to form over an injury or sore ! in Nature's own way. | 1T It derives its great Heal ' ing, Soothing, &? Anliseptic \ | power - from the juices of ( ; certain very rare medicinal | 'j' planb growing beyond the 3 '? 'borders of civilisation. ?? . | . ^ These juices ate present . |; . in Zam-Buk in a most re-, 3 ' fined and concentrated form; j which explains why Zam- i ' BuVis so superior to and also' Jf ? different from all 6rduiary; ^ ? ointmcnls, . salves, liniments, ?. ^ ?and embrocations. . ' ',' ' ' JT The ing}«l;enlj in;Zam-But iii'; :' jurt those tubilancej whkh Naluto ' hu ^intetlded for the (V3a' of maa.'. ever since the bequeathed to moil * ? the instinct to mo a place that :. hurts. Zom-Bult .u..NaiureV«wn -. ^ \ healcrj llicrcforo Rub '.it in I ' ' Jj ' nnrnliu marl, four Urn,, IA« 1/61; dlrlll hrum, trill /n. ihi Zjra-JJu* Ce., » J-/K SI., Sjimj
Delegate Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Delegntc .lockey CInb.. ' The Coraraittoe'bf ;tho'obovb met at Tattersall's on Monday night. At a previous meeting of tho committee the secretary . was Instructed to find out from tho A.J.O. whether a pro grammo of under £30 would bo al lowod, and also it the horses which racea at tho Bendoc unregistered mooting would be allowed to run at a registered meeting at Delegate. Tho secretary read tho replies to tho effeot that no programme of under £30 is allowable and that providod that horsea running at Bendoo wore not disriualilled under the V.R.C. rules they could run at a registered mooting. Tho majority of the Committoo wero of opinion that a £30 mooting wob not posaiblo, and that as tho bueineBB portion of the townspeople; woro taking nointero3tin the ' racoB,'.- it would bo usoleas to carry tho mattpr further. Sovoral of tho Committoo woro also certain that undor the V.li.C. rules, horooa whioh took part at the Bondoo meoting woro linblp to dlsqualifloation If run at a registered ...
Meetings. Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Meetings. Progress Association. ??:. i Tho monthly mooting ot tho abovo waa hold on Monday ovening,-' some 25 membors being present. The prosi dont, Mr. L. IT. Dubbio, occupied tho chair. . . ^ After tho'diBposnl of tho minatee of the previous mooting, correspondence was road froin, Mosare. it. T. U. MUipr, M.ty.A., rb 'opening of rdodi through Wallandibby ; Austin Chapman, P.M.G.', roiho aUoratidnto'Dblllbknora mail route ; same ro visit of the . Gov ernor-General in JIaroh noxt. - Tho firet matter conaidared vfaa the ono regaraWpttbe opening of a road through WiAndibby. From tho questions aslAel by membors it would appoar that vdry taw, if any of thoao proaont, wore ncquaintsd with tho road under notice or the requirements of tho reeidonta of tho locality men tioned. It seems that sorao 20 months ago a road through tho Wallondibby hold ing was eurvoyod by an ofucor of the Department with tho intention of giving rosidonts on tho for eldo of this boIJitjg Sccots to tho main Doleg.'....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Proposed Visit of Gover nor-General to Delegate A PUBLIC MEETING is hereby convened for WEDNESDAY NEXT, School of Arts, 2 p m (sharp), to consider the proposed visit of the Governor General to the di tnct By order of the I'rogrc A ociation^ S ROBERTSON, Sec. Delegate Pound., ,, XMPOUNDED at Delete, on the 4th X February, 1907. from Delegate Com mon, by order of Tru U.^,-Onc brown aud Unite BULL CAXT, no brand yisib'c supiioseUnge6hioiHli If »--' released will be sold at this Pound at noon on the 21st day of February, I9°7 J. COLLINS, I'oundkeeper olTlhe istApril, imu ' Sffi^f^ OUTSTANDING ACCOnKTSWue tome be paid'ptevioustoUiccudofyebruary, 28th iastf':' f:S V ' ' f' ''««^ II. A. SCIHtnV^D^ NOTICE ?»;TB 'i A^'CAlBNS his heen WE^ntfft promptattention.^^^^ fiuciioneeps 'Kolices, Watson & ITe-^ton Have f op Private Sale s ?to Bullocks, Syrs olT, JC-1/2/0'. ,;..; i . 115 Fat Wethore (ox. priino), 12/3 14 Steers, 18 months, JC3 100 Aged Ewos (v. good), 1st Jlnrch, 7/0 1(X) Iloifo...
Wool Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Wool Reports. AVinchcombo Carson and Co., Ltd., roport under dato February 4th : — Wo held a very successful wool sale to day, selling 5210 bales by auction and privatoly. The; markot; was very strong at the best rates of last week, the demand for fiuo haired wools being ospociallv keen, ComDOtition was very, general, all seotions of tho trade being in evidence at the sale. Ouc sales included;— John Molntosh, Qusanbeyan, 13d; Michael Watson, Nnrrawa, 12Jd ; J. I. Prowsb, Adolong, 12id ; W. and F. Schroder, Wulcha, 12id; G. Elliott, Caatlo Dojlo, 121(1 , Henry Lwlo, Wolcha, njd , William Granger, Gunning, 12|d. * 1 Messrs Schuto, Boll and Co roport under data February o .-^dlho inurltut remains practically uucbanged, com petition continmug Ueorit for all but really inferior quality wools, 'lhat superior quality is commanding db vigorous inquiry as at tiny timo during the seasou is ovidon-ced^:b*y tho fuct that wo ssoured at our ealo on tho 31st ult. lu|d for a parcel of 14 bales A. c...
Late Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Late Market ~R«i-orts. Bkoa,— Wm. R^xon reports largo yardings at Tuesday's sales. Porkers brought £1 Os, store pigs to 22s, slips to IDs Od. Fat bullopkB to £0 Ga, tat cows to £7 14s, Jersayapringinp; heif ors to £0 fia, aliorthorn springrog heif ers (low condition) £i lls, Joraoy atore bullocks (3 yra) £3 18.-., atoro cows to £2 Gs Od, 2-yoar-okl steore (mixed) £2 Cs, poddy steors 9s Od to £1 18a 3d,- bulls £3., ...Draught horses to £20, light horses to £14. Bkoa.— E. I. Pell roporls having sold at the Boga yards on Tuesday:— Store- piss to 10s Od, fat cows £4 10s to £C Ms, springing heifora £5 2s Od to £5 10s, forward conditioned storo cows £3 0s to £S 12s Od, storo cows 28s Gd to C2s, yearling steers to 37s Od, poddy steers (oxtra quality) to 38s 3d. Also at Wolumla last Satur day a largo number of cattlo wero for ward, springors selling up to £1, yoarling etoeers 33s to 37s Od, 18 months-old steers to £2 23 0d, 12 months-old steori to £2 1««, storo cows 32s 0d to C3a Gd, poddie...
From Our Correspondents. Bambala. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
M;flfi Wipiis. Bambaln. . ?'' ' Tho following ' applications woro lodged at tbb Lands Office during tbo week: — H. B. A Badgory, Maria. Murphyj W. F. BmsingtonnndG. Skipper, for C.P. of 05ac. and C. L,' 203ac., parish;. MahamttaV W. Brothorton, . SX. 10ao:,'1T-iwiahieooluni- booka s S.'.Eolfc, b.Ii. : 81ac., parish, of Bungarby. ' ' ?? ' '.' : ..?..;. !. . - — ~--.- .- - - — \i ? v . .,. ? Tho annunl ; mooting of the Bonibata Golf Club vns held last week, Mr. J. Chirnsido presiding. Tho hb'n. secretory read tho balance aheot, whicli showed a credit ' - balance of £2 la. Oil. and was adopted. Mr. W. T. Edwards was elected F resident, Mr. A. E. Chopin, Hon Secretary nid Treasurer, and tho Conimittco: Mossrs Jonas, Boys. Copeland, Brennand, Chirnside »ad. A. E. NowtonT It was decided to open tne season on tho 2nd March. o';- ' ? O ? . .0 A very successful meeting of tho Bom bilft Branch of tho Political Labour League W is held at Minor's Hotel on Saturday night lost. Soveral matters of...
America's Experience on the Value of Rural Telephones. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
America's Experience oa tho Value of Rural Telephones. Coi.ci.usivr ovidenco that tho farmers of tho country aro using tho telephone ami depending on jts sorvioo moro every day, is found in tho statement that tdree-fourths of tho telephones eold by independent manufacturers oro for rural linos. Tho -farmor~no longer coneidors tho telepbono a 'now i angled contraption,' au amusing fad, or a toy for tho womonfolk to use in visiting It is as much a part of his farm- equipment as bia. reaper. In f aot ho uBoa the tolbphono much oftonor than any of hio ugncultural implo rnents, for never a day paaoos that (ho wire does not servo him in bringing his market quotations or ordors for produco or livo stock, or in carrying his messages to town and saving him both timo and, monoy Tho tolophono flllod a want in rural oommumtios tbat nothing olso — not oven tho rural f roe mail doliveiy — could satisfy, and ovory day boob its use moro -widely extended It has brought the farm into touch with the t...
Life on a Nevada, U.S.A., Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Lirc:!jC|i^cJirt]!fcvads-, U.S.A.* Goldfleld. Mn. AbtiiiHi KkiH, who woe former* ly'tt roeldont of Eepa, has travelled a good den) einco ho left hero soind years ago.. In an intcreotin,? letter to Mr. ' Joo' Nowmon, from tho Gold' fleiaB, Novndo, U.S.A., dntfedu18th December, ho f aye : — ' Recotvod your lasfc lot^r eomo months ngo and Wa.8 glad to hear all tho naws, I left Balk hero to a cutting ond cowing job. This placo is on tho boom for fair, tho lowest wages paid to any bind of worker is four dollars a day (1Gb Bd)- Girls got that. Sar-tondors get eight dollarB (338 4d) ? for 8 hoars work. I will bo ' starting bie Us soon as I can got a shop, which will bo about April, I think. Buildinga aro going up rapidly, but rents nro very high. A shop with 0 foot frontage and IS deep is worth £0 a weak, Tbo place is going fairly crazy on stocks, and big j fortunes havo boon mado in thorn by poor men daring tho last, yflnr., . Wr} ho\p^ii coal .famine; coal; is £20 pen ton',1'wood £10 por...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
jlalto it ono o£-?jroar 'regular habi.ta to koep Cbnrabetjain's Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rorhady in your homo as a safeguard against a sudden attack of bowel complaint It is cer tain to bo needed eoonor or later and when that time comes it will be neodod bodly ; it will be noeded nuickly. Buy it now 1 For solo by E BootW Delegate.
Pastures Protection Board. THURSDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Pastarcs Prolcction Board. THURSDAY, 7iu FEBRUARY. Preaont :— MoBsro. H. T. Edworda (oliair), W. T. Edwards, J. Chirnsido, A. ?'H. Wright, G. Crnickshanlt, J. KeyB, II. Taylor, and tho Inepsctor. . The minutes of tho previous mooting were read and confirmed. Soveral applications wero received for wire netting. Tho financial statement showed that on January ilrd, 1007, tho erodit bal ance was £107 15s. 8d.; Accounts and Salaries £30 He. Sd.; roct £8 ISs.; Printing, 'Ar,jus' 15s.; ' Herald' Urn.; 'Tiraos' IOb.j Sago (scalps) £12 2a Gd : Balance £00. Proposed by Mr. W. T. Edwarde, se conded by Mr. A. IT. Wrighf'That tho accounts bo paseod for paymont. Connt;sl'OHDKNCK. From tho ' Nowa' OIHco. Nimity bollo, uakiag for a sharo of tho Boards advertieoments. From the Albury Board, stating hat tbo Governmont netting (30 inch moah) was not rabbit proof, and asking this Boards co-operation ia rofusing to usoit. Pro^oicd by 'Mr, W. T. Edwordp, so condod by Mr. II. Taylor, ' That tho local Boar...
Mallacoota (Vic.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
fflallacoota (Vic.) Tho holidays have come and 8«'-0, «na. folks havo once more settled down to tno business.©! life. On the 18th inst. a local piciiio party , chrerterod the hvuncJi « Ckra' and spent an Syabletime,folloxwai?y » ?dance that -; Tlio ^Wh-'-Topsy' :arrr»cd from Sydney yesterday mommg. The skipper report' » &-*&* if^E0' I/0**0, 'f^ from tie DtetropoUs, being only 42 hours Irbm Eden to South Head, Sydney, and the »turn being done in 40 hours 1hw «- rather a record for canvas travelling with «? small craftCvtVv:' \ : ? ? i'w*-'' '' * 6-'-; '? ''''? ' ° ?' ? ? ? Eumor has it that tho residents of Genoa Volloy intend to form a co-operativobutter copipinjii IChol^lfflonHy ?.-to ' tmnf rt; Thoymay charter a launch, or again, 1 hear may buy ono of tho soa-going craft. UotilOio industry has been developed tho latter «ourso would seem » rash proceed ing. ??'ThoM.' StormbirdTandea eight T^'^ sookora-hcro-onthe 7th'.inst. ?% Tkoso had a igoodtour ronnd: tho lakbs,'...
Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 February 1907
Gaihcapi. in J f i. ,Con,nors' wh0 ''' been sufier lug from blood poisoning and Erysipelas fnM some,tlnlE I'*', is progressing satis-' factonly towards recovery. O . o Miss Heath is to deliver a lecture in the Union Church to night in aid orthe funds of the Prcsbyteriau Foreign Mission.So ??o.'- .?:??'?;: ''' oV' '''' Miss Stewart.ofthe'CommercialStorcs, has been confined: to her room for tMc past few days. That she may soon be re. stored to her former;; self,:' ii the ardent Wish Of her Infer* fMrr*1f» nf frlwirtAa ?'?-.?: A heavy thunderstorm,* occompanit-d with rain .and' haili occurred yesterday (Monday) afternoon, 75 points of rain fell within half an hour. : The fruit in Mr. W. Davis' orchard was damaged by hail stones. . o o During the progress of the storm on Monday afternoon, a tree uenr Mr. H. E. Stewart's residence was struck by lightn ing, A calf at some distance from the tree was affected by tho shock, and acted in a strange manner. o o The fourth anniversary of the loc...