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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

Department of Mine", .Sydnov, 2nd August, 1881. PUBLIC GATE. NOTICE is lierbljy given llrnt a Public Gate, as h«T»undflr deanribed, ben bf«n npplind for under the provisions of the Act 39 Victoria No. 10, and all persons interested aro invited io state within thirty dayB from <his d>ite their objections, il any, to tbia granting olsuoh application. B. A. BAKER. Gate No., 730.-R.S.B. No., 81-2209 81-764 IS G. -Applicant, Ann McDonnell.-Description: Gate (not less than 11 foot wido), on the road from Goul burn tu the Aboictombie Rivor, and distant 2ch«inR HO nth of the north boundary of R. A, McDonnell's 40 ticrea O.P. portion No. 90, parish of ifalbraith, county of Gcorgiana. .9Ut?.g'Y SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. CHIEF DEPOT : NO. I DARLING STORES, U A It b O U It- STUB 1ST, B Y DN E Y. BRANCH OFFICE': AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. SINGER'S, THE BUST FOR FAMILIES. Hnve recoived 160 First Prize Me'dalB. TN1TITR'S~ISEWIITa- MAOHINES. Ten por cont. for cash. s s INGER'S, BEST FOR...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

EILILIBN WYBJ3WES. CHAPTER XVIII.-CONTINUED. Hb was horribly fatigued by the journey, Bnd felfc that lie o mid do nothing more that night, even hod it been politic to make any inquiries, or to take any stops, so soon after his arrival. He went across to a little tavern, whioh called ilself the "Railway Hotel," immediately opposito the s'.atiou, whioh, from the specimen of the company then frequenting the oummon room, satined to be the resort of tho stokers, porters, and others employed on tlie lino. They were a rough and good-tempered aet of follows, and apparently accustomed to the appearance of etrangors amongst them ; for, despite of the oddness of Mr, Puntweazle's ap pearance, he excited no ouriosity; and the convocation in whioh he jniued was never interrupted to ask him any questions of a personal nature. Ho went to bed soon after he had finished his frugal supper, and slept soundly. The next morning ho was up betimes ; and after lie had dressed himself, he went down to the li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

151 E SUPERiOR PHOTOGRAPHy. '?/w-i ?.v.i i.":\ r^r--j. "j'? i-.. Ar'ihx,j lijdj -p. < }>.) : -,r. ; V.it) F -. i." . ^er^^DOZEl".; D. > i, tU h;wnr;:'v .'ti:. !*. :'i -*.! ;.r.';?£_ ('-Of, 5 .yy-f-i^.ir..»y/??>:.j",».r;7,V, a'-;,,, til .3,;It)..;.V,? u. 'ifoi.Vi-/.;') u% ; ;!i! - T-*' i-> l*m ? h' iW'<«L ? |M « ? B n iiill'H'l-. :P?!t :|!l ?jJM a.ic *?« ,gtf Air Aiawaif tig1 liisease", A/fSIct : viKi^/a^umcrofi^'/CIasM^..... TUB disease commence! with a slight derange ineut'of the' stomach, buf. if negloctcd, it in time tnvofves the whofe frame, embracing the' kid nuys, liVL-r, pancreas, and. in fact, the whole of (ho glaiidulir system, and thp ouo afflicted drags out a I miserable existence niiti!; death gives relief from suffering. Tho discase is often imstiikfsir fur other complaints ; bin, if the render will t>slc hiinxolf (bo following questions, ha will be able la detxrmia'a whether bo himself is one of tbo sfll'ctod:--Have 1 distress, imit...

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LATEST BY CABLE. [From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. ' [From the Sydney Herald.)K r", 1 LONDON, August 16.; On I no Lords assembling, this. Afternoon tUo consideration of the Irish Land . Bill, ae finally returned from the Housa ; of Com mons, was proceeded with." After n brief' diacussiou, the bill was accepted,without the introduction,:of any ..further' amendments,! The Marquis of Salisbury , made a spoech, in which ho declared -himself satisfied with' the latest alteration niadn in the bill ; but at the Bame timo bo would hold tho ' House of Commons solely responsible Vfor ,the results, to be feared from the passing,of tbo ,bill.. . . New YORK, Auguet 16,: . A'fur,ther bulletin issubd-'bythe'Vmedibar attendants on- G-qnoral'.GariiblH^, fo-night, stntnB thai-"the; condition,;of tlio. 'patieut,' though still outical>-ie not considered bopo ilesH;,/' .. : ? ; pA^UTTA:^AMg«Bt -16. iTelegram's received 'to-day tiy tlie Govern ment - of>> India from Afghanistan..'report an; important inovoroent of' troops by : A...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The Toe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. THE MILBURN CREEK CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

3?U3BXiISHED EVERT ' MOENING Trulh, ovorlovoly tinno tlie world began, ! . The foo or lyrnnts nnil tliofrloml or mnn.-Camplell,. ' GOULBURN: FRIDAY; AUGUSTf 19. THE MILBURN CREEK CASE.; . Tint second aot in the Milburn Creek affair lias just commenced. Iu the first act tho country was oalled upon . to ? pay some '.£17;000'as compensation for loss .which the Milburn Greek Mining Company sustained i'through an alleged mistake committed by . the Government., : To establish f a doubtful ' claim to mineral land, ub against portions in ? prior oooupation,.the managers, of tliir com pany' went to law and'worst .worsted. Ihey Chen claimed compensation for the loss of a valuable mining property whioh/they never ' possessed; r: The matter, was then referred to. - arbitration,;ia,opposition|to . tlie; advice of,a eeleot committee, appointed' to inquire into the claim. Tho arbitralors awarded £17,000 odd;'''and: tOlo managers, possessing: great '"Parliamentaryinfluence,' got this ifcom passed;;...

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DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF BHIS BANE.' Tub and no'ws of tho demise of bis Lordship tbe Most Key. James O'Qtiinn, D.D., Bishop of Brisbane, ai rived by speciiil (elogram to Dr. Liinigun yesterday morning. v ; Tho Bisbop of.Goiilburn, anticipating;'.tho lamented event, had left by the morning mail t.nin in order to be preseni lit the obsequies. , \Ve, understand, that'tho Btebop of Butbui'st also left lor Brisbane on Mowday' tiiglit, the telpgratn anuouuoing that his brother wasiii a dying Btate having reached him. ou that dtiy. '? : : Particulars as to bis Lordship's death are notj'et to bund, and at present \ve cau only give the bare announcement.. : , >

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Death of Mr. A. F. Wingfield. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

LOCAL and GENERAL NEWS. Death of Mr. A. F. Wingfisld.'..' i . . - The death of the abovonamod gentleman tool: place at his residence in Goulburn yes terday morning', about 3 o'clock. He had not apparently been ailing for more than five or six days, and until last Saturday'it was' not' thought that his indisposition wus" serious.; Jt was .then, supposed tha't' ho was buffering from rheumatic fever,1 but it after wards pro ved: that it Avas? brain fovor which had -prostrated him. The_ doctors Jiold ? a'J "do'nsultation, and bled the patientj but witla uuiavail, und.he quickly succumbed to the disiaso. ? Mr. VVingfield';.was.. Git-years' of 'ap;e;: and; had; for many years resided! in ^Goulbiirri.'vHe-:had 'beau rconveyancing, jplerk" at'.:tho .office1 of - Messrs.;"Bettsi and; .Carter for a "c'o 11 s i d eV a I) I q , p e r i o d'. ;;'Ho' had' also'boeucomployod, atrMr.,Gannon'soffice; for some^years, and we' believo held1 a situa-; tion o'lf ouo''of;th'b,1Messrs.''Gibson's'stations ,...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, THUHSDAY NIGHT. J3ishop O'Quina died at Brisbane this morning at lialf-past one o'clock. Ho was 62 years of age. Tho libel action-Hyman v. The Sydney Daily Telegraph-was settled iu court.to day by defendants paying £100, each aide to pay its own costs, A bulletin from the quarantine station reports that all the patients are doing well. There is to be a kangaroo hunt at Trunliey Station, near Quirindi, on Monday next, when it is expected that upwards of ton thousand kangaroos, besides some ernue, will bo yarded. A dastardly and cowardly outrage was perpetrated early on Wednesday morning on the main road from Manly ; lieauh. to Middle Harbour, the victim beiug Mr. Pyman, Public schoolteacher. The ruffians flint stunned him, and afterwards robbed him of thirty shillings, being ull the money ho had upon him at the time, ? ? Afier a heavy gallop this morning, Pontiff pulled up lame, and ha3 since boon soratched for tho Metropolitan Stakes. Squire's' jam fact...

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Suicide Near Albury. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

.Suicide Near, Alburyy i. An inquest-was held1; at tho Sovon Mi! of nettrrAlbwyi pn laat,Mondny,4he flubjoot of it boing tlio body of ouo Q-oorne Ihmioh, n .nativG/of'HeoaarDtiym^tatlt^wlio bod bosh in i tlio omployy of Mr; R. J?holps; J.P. From tbe;6vidbnce it (ippenrod tliat f/pr n \veok' pre"-; .vioua to hisdoath, whioli took plnoe oirS^tur-'; day, deooaeod bad Ijobn.oompltuuingof Q'pnin ia bia bead, ond of tbeiugjothprwiso;: unwell j .his:;.o5)nduo^ohady«l80 ; shown'nbnt'ibei rwaa ?bugq;y lo'drive;lutorAibury,1: auaitiiGjgentio-: ;mil u on.'his .'roturtnwaB' in lor mad;, ihafcsoms^ tbiu^'lu'ul'ocourred.^ "Mr; Pbojpa'thon 'wont! !lo}IhmiuhiB|be$room'[ajkl^ 'fromT$oroa8fbpam'^ The New Post and Telegraph Offices. The official taking over of i the new i>os|; and (olograph offices took place yesterday. -Mr. Colo, of tlio Colonial Architect's office, inspected tbo entire of the buildings, and expressed himself highly pleased with the raw finer in which all ibo dutuiln of the work h...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

IMPOUNDINGS. an |l;;BuNGENDoitE, on 1 Oth August, from .TbbJ Briars, by order* of T. SkanahaH,!Esq.'; sum due at date of notice sot. after oaoli animal ''^^Rod-tpan' hoifar, . WP noar ; rump, ears; ,\'V'npipi|ied^P/[4j^Cl%htib^ J horse,?:;,jBSj>noa'r;,i ,;j .shoulder, .near fore, foot white^ broken, ac;ed,;, 15rh'nnds--9/10 ,vlighfrb.ay. pony 'horse; j , over Y, noar shoulder, hind feet white, short I ? ^.tail,'; 1'4;liiinds--9/10. To be -sold on; 1st i September.^P.,Parrqll junior, ppundbooper, j ?'CobTAMDNDkAj Oii 8th August,'from jLa-( h,' goon ,Greelc^Jby'order- of Mr. John Giddes ; I n. sum diio^at^dnte^^notiqe, 9/- eacliBlack ?v i£nare',/HH' 'npar^jBhould'er,^-star1.j and' duip,, " ^hind' J'eet-wbito,:/ bvdkett.4nVi^:4y.8nr^''|i4i.' , hands j! bay' horso, "4; ayprJBi (conjoined) ..near] shoulder, star 'in;'forehoed^ hind feut;I h i'Wlaite,.. brokon-in, agedi ,16"^liands^ TpRb'e sold. ..1st- yoptomber-rr'J.' 'Dtiloy,' .;';p6urid- ! keopor."' : . /;\V j ,u! on pfli August, fr...

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A New Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

,, A New -Idea. \ In all the course of our experience we have never before heard of any person in trade offering bis , floods for nothing, but reference to the advertisement of our on tor prising citizen; Mr. Kenney, will shew that such would se6m tUo'casei Mr. Kenney has started a system of weekly-payments, by (which a superior saddle, of the value "of £0, 'can be goo on the weekly payment ol 1/; .but the grandest inducement of all is to be 'seen in the fact, that Mr. Kenney credits each member of his*club with the payment !of one shilling for every new member they secure him,.and consequently every one who jean.induce only'one-member to: join'every [week will ^hereby become- entitled to a £G . saddle, Simply as tlie;rcisiilt of his exertions in securing members for the club j.'and fur thermore each' 150 members are promised a bonus of £10 worth; of'. goods at' the expira tion of their payments., Mr. JCeiinpy .also, guarantees to. the public the value of the saddle by giving them l...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's [?]he news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

MEWS AND JNOTiiS. "Drier, (lien i find wliai'i .)ib newH"~Xliif John The Church of England SynodJof the diocese of Newcastle met on Tu frd iy. . Tbo Chief Justicu declined tbe billet g yen to Air. "Jusiiee Windeyer-ibat of Jiiago 'of tbe Divoico Court. Press criiicisin bos told. Government is organising arrangements for dealing with small-pox patients. One of our local knights of the hammer (Mr. W. Sands) obtained the high price of 'JH/0 per head for fut sheep. A number of the ornuaientaJ trees io the public, recreation' ground, West Goulburn, baye been slightly, burnt. president Gar/ieid is in a very critical condition. Dr. Simms, the physiognomist, said in his lecture on Wednesday night that the Aus tralians were the best-natured people ho had met in bis exteusive travels, The Ministry is getting sbuky, and there is yet'hope for the "small opposition." The police intend to put a stop to the now prevailing nuisance-footpath obstruc tionists. Since the,present of fruit to the squadr...

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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

: Serious Accident. An oooidont of a painful kmcl occurred on Wednesday inoruiug at Bowning. It ap pears Mr, 01 Murray, junr., employed ,,on Mr. Miuaham's station, .was bringing up some draught horses from tbo'padtiook to the stable, wlieu one of them, a inure, usually quiet'and newly ; shod, suddenly l|slied out with her hind heels and siruok young1. Murray full , in ;? the fitce,.;litorully; crushing outone eye and laying"one side of the foofa open." /I'he sufferer was immediately placed in a buggy and driven to Yass (eight niilos); '.bleeding fearfully, ;?all'att'empta ? ;to stop. the,' hemorrhage failjng^ lwhich' rS dneed(...'thof.Bufferer: to . a ftiiuting; condition.! .Forttinatoiyj. : Mr. J; . Minahatu Ymet. Dr. Harding iu his' buggy at tlio edge of ? the town on his wny to a patient. The dootor turned back and' attended the" youug man in; Yass, sewed up ,tho gashes in'thofaoe, and put back the, eyo. , The wounded man is not fatally hurt,, but it ia expected he will' loso the...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. . . ' ' 1 ' * The ntfon'tion of tho- Legislative Oounoil was dirnoted, during the whole' of Wednoe doy evening,''to (hp, Ohinesp;Iin8triotion Bill," the Bocond reading of-]whieh was moved by Sir John llebortsdn^ immediately on the ftB8embliag : ofvtho.i House. ~ .The rdisous8ion -was tnlcon -part in:by several' members, and' ilnsto'd'unlil/n'enrlyjhalf-paBfcip o'c|opk,,Tyhen it was adjourned uutiLThursdayWenibg, on, .the motion of ;,Mivjparlay. f Ifc;.is> unndor- , stood that, tho^resumption of the Rebate will take prooodonoo/oi^ajr other 'business -on; .the: pnpoF.-A large -portion' of 'the time of) tho Legislative Assembly, on Wednesday wpCb. occupied with tho^disoWsio'n^ojF the^oircum-7, stances ' atton'darit'up^nV ah'inquiry ^eoenlly - . UielcM)y th"o;PuBlio'Ioafcru6tion/,©apartment . in-'refertihooHo , thoiconduuti-of Mr. llooney ;: and. Bardwellfc thevhpod^n)aster and ki'ad;;.mistress; ^qf'ntliB .Grown-street^P.iiblio flcliqol.A ,Affor seyorql*, hoursv of®; d...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

' MASS. WJLb BRiOELEBHATEU AT- '?> GOULBUEN DISTRICT. < SUNDAY. .AugDBt 21.-Grabben Gullon-Collector-Marulon August 28.-TarAlga-Boro-BuriKonift September 4.-Grabben OaKen-Spring Valley Broadalbaoo. ' ? : - .. YASS MISSION. Binalong, Sunday, August.2U GunniDg, Suudsy, August 28. < ?: C. CONFIRMATION. Albury,,,, .., .Snptember 18 Adolong September 25 Tumut ,October 2 'I'emora ..Ooiober 10 Grenfell ....October 14 (iGoolBgong ............... ....October 16 ? Borrows October US Frogmoro ,,,, ..October 26° i ?Yaas:....;............,October 80 Bless Presbytery Ten Milo, September 21 lilesB Ohurcb at Totuora, Octobor 9 JBless Cburcli at Gpotagong, October 10 BlesB Oburcb at Gundaroo, Sunday, November IS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

CSMPOSiWJBJLEj. T. ]i« P) CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Pure Drugs. ' Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Fancy Goods. (Genuine American) ENGLISH LEVER & GENEVA WATCHES AND Hftll-marlteil Jewellery. HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY PRICES (with cost of carriage added). HOUSE AMP CATTLE medicwes. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. AGENT FOR Intercolonial Life and General Assurance ^SSOCIA-TION. agent FOR Southern Argus and Ooulbum Herald. N.li.-T-Kilus of the ftbnvo Pnpers and S.JU. llerald and Sydney Mail kept. ~ THE ' Southern Daily Argus IS NOW PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, AKD Its Price is ONE PENNY. WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT, DIGNAM & GO. H* ; STORE ns Wholesale Wine, Spirit, and Grocery Stores, I Hob respectfully to call the atlGntiou of their friondn nml tlio pnblie generally to the fucf. i" tin. hope , receiving from them » fair nhnro of support. .nun STOCK ON HAND comprises tlm CHOICEST, BEST, and IJ11E A PE ST V AIU H. I \ j hj^%ss^iissM DUALITY will b" found nllll),1KMt . . supplied...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

"WEEicirsr oiA-XiEisrD^vie. , Dny of Week. SUNDAY .... 'Mondny .... Tuusdny .... Wednosdny., ' Thursday,, ^Friday.,.; Batui'dny.; l)ay, ol Montli. Aug; 14' 16 10 17 ...19 ? 19 ' 20 G 42 G 41 G 39 G 38 , G 37 ' G 80 'G3G Sun seta, ? h. m. 5 28 \'.G 28 a 29 6 30 G 31 '531 6 32 .MOON'S PHASE, 'Lust Quarter, -August 17th, 3,2 a.tn.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

, /V'.' COMMERCIAL. Sydkey, Wednesday. EARM PRODUCE. ? At the railway, station, Darling Harbour, this morning, there was a very email supply of;forage'"and produce . forward,r and,.- con sequently, prices are greatly improved. The ascendance of buyers was fair. Oaten hay, in bale, "sold from 4/6 to 5/; in truss," 4/11; in bundled, 4/1 to 5/8 per cwt; lucorue liay, iii bale 3/3 per cwt: straw, good clean samples, iti bales, 2/7 to 3/2 ; in bundles, 3/4 per cwtoaten cliafiyin bags, 5/- per cwt, bags included ; do in bales, 5/3, per cwt ; Wboaten liay, in sheaves, 2/10 ; wheaten and o'aten, in bale, 5/2 pur owt; rye Rtraw, in bundles',' 6/9 per cwt; potatoes^ 2/10 to 4/6 per owt; swede, turnips, 3/6 per cwt, bnga included. On the wharves to-day tber is no altera tion to note, in, the prices of bay. Maize fimi at 3/3;to,-3/6 oats,(seed and feed), 3/-, per 6ushel; Circular Hand potatoes, £4 to £4 10/; New Zealand do, £3: to £3 10/- pur ; ton; Viotbrian onions, £13; do chaff, £5 per tori,...

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QUINN'S WALLABY DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

QUINN'S WALLABY DEIYE. . .i. The long talked of< wallaby drive oume off at Mr.' M. Quinn's nt; Gurruadab on: last Saturday.? The daybeing bno, with a sharp keen cold wind; blowing the early part, of the morning, kept the warrior's from 1 coming ns early "as ' tlwy1 uaod" to put. in an ap peararico, About'hnlf-piiHt 10 (hoy Marled with.16 of. our old knights of the trigger and about 30 drivers,; which . number11 kept inoroasing all day. iTho shooting, of. some of., our'vote'rans, was not i up, i to ? llio isianflarfl^Miv"J;""Harmon" ran awny >with the lead after luneb and came in a'1 winner easy. The drivers.deserve gro.it praise'for the inaiinor they drove all day. I know the reason why they drove so well-therowas a great wnllaby wake to bo kopt up: atiniglit. After the drive was over they all made their way to Mr. Quinn's. 1 r.. , The fully being tot(o<I .up showed the number killed' young'-and old to:be; 211. Oheqrs wero given'for the. top scorer and lowes...

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GURRUNDAH. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881

- GURBUNDAH. > (FnOM OUR C0BHB8P0»DKNT.);i (7 A wallahy drive catne off at Mi\j; Smith's, of Clour Hills, on Mimdny last, 15th August, Tho weather was fine, and old Sol shone pretty strongly for this limo of the season; : The sporting mon began to flock, to Mr, Smith's about 10 o'elouk a.m. The shooters ' out-numbered the : drivers, being 21 . to' 19j rioverlhelese, thodiivers would not be beaten," although their "hobboy" w«s not kept" tip that night. The drivers worked betterihan ever the same quantity did before.The shooting w«s very even nil d>iy, on aeoount of the drivers'captain managing the men so., woll, Towards evening, the, sj)ort was very exulting, hs there were representatives from Gurruud.>h, Broadalbane, and AVheeo,; iind there was'only one of ^'a difference between the antagonists when they came to the. place Cor the lust drive, whioh soon^was decided when the tally was mude upiV 'Mr."' M. Clfiuoy, of Gurrundah, was 1st; ;Mr. F. Goodwin, of Breadttlbano, 2nd I...

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