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Dreadful Dynamite Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
Dreadful Dynamite Explosion. _ A correspondent forwards: tlie following particulars of the fatal explosion ofdynatmto at" the Crown Ridge Hotel, on tlio Mudgoo iload, near Wallerawang :-" On Mouday, about 8 a.m., a dreadful accident occurred at Mrs. Paddison's hotel, Grown Ridge, dis tant about 20 miles from Wallerawang-, on the Miidgee llpud. It appears a gentleman, named' Charles Gault, anjngent for a dyn amite company, ;had made an appointment with Mr.: Mouie and Mr. Morton, two of the' Mudgee railway, contractors, to meet them that morning at Mrs.Piiddison's hotel, for the purposo of teBtingi tho dynamito, some of which, ho was trying to dispose of them, Whon the servant-girl took his breakfast into the room Mr, Q-auit was aouted at the table writing, and but few miutuea had oliipaod after tlio girl left tlie room when ah' awful explosion was heard, ,and on.tho smoke and dust clearing away, and the ooniuaion' subsiding,-it wav noticed tli'atthe wliole buildmg,iwith the: exceptio...
A Villainous Act. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
A Villainous Act. Last week Mr. Beatty ot Qnoanboyan, purchased o fine cow oif'Mr. A.. Ctiuniughaiu ofLanybn;" She was placed in- the stock yard on' Sunday morning for * the pur pose ; of being. killed that evening. Ou going to the stockyard the butcher found tjiat some person or; persons: un known, but whom Mr. Deatty would give something to become acquainted with, had saved him the trouble of killing her. She had been' neatly despatched by somebody who know sufficient-??of* the science of slaughtering to know where to strike. Of courseiMr; Beatty has sustained a dead loss by this occurrence as the carcase of the COB> will hare to be boiled down for pigs' meat. . Are we to place this infamous act to the lon^ account of the larrikins ?-Times.
LITERARY AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
LITERAIIY AND MUSICAL EHTBR TAINMENT. Tub members of (ho Church of England Working Men's Literury Association g»y_a a splendid entertainment in tbo Mechanics' Institute ballon Wednesday oveuing. The valuable services of some of our beat, lady and gentleman amateurs helped to give a finished. toue to the proceedings, which certainly wore of a character to deserve the titlo received, naniory, that ,ot a grand niusical aud literary entertainment. We feel assured there Woull have been a much larger audience :,if tbo Wi-a'her had not taken the much wished for change which set in on Wednesday afternuon bringing with it a continuous and heavy downpour of rain. Even, as it was the house was a good one, the, three divisions: being fairly patronised, but the liont seats received by Jar tbo largest share of support, , The pro gramme which o.iusistiid of two parts, was opened with - an instrumental piece bril liantly , performed by Mrs. Trough ton on tbo piano, and equally well rendered by Mr. ...
Suspected Murder at Jembaicumbene. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
Suspected Murder at Jembaicuinb ene . ' Inlorraalion wus brought into Braidwood on Tuesday ot thedisappearance.of.a woman named Hamilton,,who Lms been living near the Exeter Farm orossing with a .Ghiuairiuin, Obu Kong, and who.with him, followed the occupation of charcoal burning, with oc casional turns,.at., goldi; digging, . Prom the scanty particulars;which bavoreached us, it1 appeurs that the "suspicions uf soma persons in the neighbourhood .were aroused as to her... having met with foul play, and on Tuesday morning a couple of boys i'ouud a dress and some other portions of the tnissiag woman's clothing covered with :blood in; the China man's hut, or secreted,., somewhere'.'' 'eUe'« handy, when they seized hold, of' hiiu and tied; him up and, sent word to tlie. police at ' Major's Greek. . Senior, con stable O'Brien: forthwith, went to the place and arrested him' and took him to the lock up at Major's Greek. It is stated also, that, tho senior constable found upon his prisoner, ...
Escape from Braidwood Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
..Escape ifrom-Braidwo'od: Gaol.: &lt; ? . At' about a quarter* pnat' 12 o'oloolc on Tuesday' nfternoun,; the -'.notorious oonvior,. Minton, under sentence of two... years ..im ?prison.Hiont in porlin^hursfc, made his.escape from Braid wood ganl.'/If appears that during' tlfn; forenoon Minton had been in the. yard with eigb.t other,prisonei'si'.andlBt.noon.sat down-to.his dinner ;tho same asp usual,..and muat have almost iinmodiatoly sneakod',out unsaen'to 'he (back of the water-closet in the yard,"und aoalatl. |tlie^wal 1 by the" oui.'oj^aJ ropo'oonsli'uuted-of.iblnnltefs torn into strips .and- tightly twisted!'together, at the end -of-l , them1 being the&lt;handle Qf a buoketj'j whioh1 Ihfld^bepnf'jjont^nd formed -£o to/a*-book. This"ho must; have,,thrown to the fcop qt tha -wall.whore ittretnainedfaetwhile heplitnbed up,--and^wheu therofhe must huvo drawn it ) up'r after hinii and loworiug himaolf'on the1 other.'aida-'reaohedthe gr'oundin safetyfy/Hb' ..waa.obseiv...
Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
Catholic., Wo desire todraw, tLie at ton tion of Oatbo lios vosidh)«', iu anil about,Wagga, Hayj and Deniliquin to ithe :fdot that the Bishop of Gonlb'urn hHs, through the lamented death cf Bishop O'Quinn, been obligod to /go to JBrisbano in order: to beprosent at: the fune ral ^obsequies of his .lordship, and that he, ivvill not roturn to Goulbura before the be ginning' of.next uionth; Confirmation at the places abovementioned will therefore liavoi "to be deferred until future dates, which will' be duly annouuced.
The Weather at Yass. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
" The: .Weather at Yass. Our correspondent writes:-A delightful I change has taken placo in the weather here, j Rniu sec in on Tuesdny and continued up to the time of my going to post on Wednesday 1 night, with everylikolihowl of its ??further continuing. Tliis rain will do an immense deal ol good.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 19 August 1881
FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE friends of the late ALBERT FERGUSON WINGFIELD are respectfully invited to at- tend his FUNERAL, which will move from his late residence at Mr. Bickley's, Montague-street, THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at half-past 4 p.m. sharp. ROBERT CRAIG, Undertaker. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XVIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
Ei^len -vsr-srransis. CNAPTHN. XVIIT.-CONTINUED. "En, man !" said he; "tho wire's out of order! It Bin't for the use, then. Few, indeed, are tlie messages that are sent over that line. Those elactrio toligrapbs 'ascime out since my time, and X understand nothing about it i but I know this of tho heegeous object, and I thought that Mr. Pent-arrow was quite right when ho refused your cim paiiy to take it across liis pu'k, and madn them keep to the line of rail." He little thought," said tho landlord, | when bo did that, it would have to oirry the message of his death'." "Ay!" said the Scoiohmnn j " that war bad enou' for liim, .but good for them «s came after him," .Then, turning to Mr. "Pentweazle, ho said, "Ye?, sir, there i* a but close by Gwynruthin; it's a rougbish kind of place, good enou' tor n navvy, but not fit for the likes of you, who've seen better'things, and 60em, indeed, a soo patrieur person." ,"Xt will do well enough, forme, said Mr. Pentweazle, scarcely ab!o to conce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
Wanted, 1 O OR SO BOYS to Iohi-ii tlio I300TRIAICING JLO in KVKUY OR AN Oil, at WOOD COM. PANY'S BOUT FACTORY, Gmilbiirn. HORSE ~Q?EAMS. Wanted HORSE TEAMS TO DRAW IN WOOL for SoiiHon 1881, tu HARDEN RAILWAY STATION' Wool now roady; highest rates givun. Auuly to . WRIGHT 1IEATON & CO.. Hiirdon. Caution, ANYBODY HARBOURING my DAUGHTER MARY WARD, who bH8 lelt bur pluoe unci buuio, will bo PROSliOUTED, us nlm in under age, ? ROBKRT WARD. Caution. ALL pnrsonn found TRKSPASSfNG upon my 49J iiorna of lurid'at MUTBILLY, orluinnlly BBleolnd by Henry Cunningham, will be PROSE CUTED ucourdiug to luw, JANE CUNNINGHAM, .By her Attorney, , ; JOHN DAVIDSON. A PUBLIC MEETING ? , ?, OF THE SUPPORTERS OF THE TRAMWAY ,, . FROM ? Jlvcnrialbane to Creole well WILL BE HELD AT i MR, WILLIAM HEFFERNAN'S, AT GURRUNTDA, On Monday, 22nd August, : AT 1 O'CLOCK. 1 : ? M. CLANOY. . AT THE ? Argyle Cash Drapery NEW SPRING PRINTS* Light & Dark Grounds, 4d. I). BOIURiTt IS SELLING OFF ALL HIS WINTE...
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
LATEST BY CABLE. (From (he Sydney Herald.) London} August 17. Ten thousand persona ,were addressed by M. Gambetta yesterday, in front of an hotel at Bellville. A movement has been set on foot for raising a testimonial to Mr. Healy, a promi nent member of tbe Land Leuguo. ? ; Mr. Parnell, in tbe oourse of a epeech de livered this evening, on the snbj«ct; of tbe Irish Land Bill, announced his intention to continue the agitation in Ireland alter the closo of the present session of Parliament. He recommends that a fair trial should be given to tbe bill, New Yoiik, August 17. Another bulletin issued to-night by tbe medical attendants on General Garfield ro ports that tbe condition of the patient has to day slightly improved. Tho President has been ablu to swallow some beef toa, wliioh ban materially aided to maintain his strength
LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
LONDON. THURSDAY, The sailors strike has ended by a com promise. , Rinderpest is spreading amongst herds in Lancashire. A deputation has waifed on Bail Gran ville urging the Government to use its influence lor suppressing slavery in Egypt. Guitteuu, the assassin who attempted the life of President Garfield, hns made a des perate attempt to take the life of one of his gtfulers, but was overpowered and disarmed. The strike amongst the Staffordshire sailors baB ended. -1 - '? ' ... J LUMP
MURRUMBURRAH. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
! MURRUMBURRAH. - ..*. } &lt;! v V.' 1:1''* S" :C"V!;) -f'i EveningI: . i i At; tbeT'trowjn' 1 anda"aale,/o town' allot imenis ;iheld;il»proito-day ^eixtoaniallo^aientj ^verd'offerec^'''and' ailjoldfHn boine ibBtarioea W£?e WrP*iP?;0i? i J The attondianco.!wa8 large and oompetition" . 4 The .'following jis a-dGtyije^'qcpountof the,,' leale^-Allot mehti^|^eo|ijQn^ tt^ir'o^'da^lowa'J li r Xfv''' A ' 1 \Tn n b^nv'r -p, .94 ... Kenny, £40; allotment 1. section 32, 2 roods, Oimilli Marina, £16; allotment 2, section 32, 2 roods, James Bo wins, £10: allotment >3, section 32, 2 roods, P. Wall, £9 10/; allotment 5, section 32, 2 roods, T. and G, Barnos, £l 1 ; allotment 6, section 32, 2 roods, Dr. MriDougall, £35 10/ ; allot- | nient 7, s ction 32, 2 roods, A. MacKay, | £26 10/ i allotment 8, section 32, 2 roods,- i J. Rumble, £28 10/; allotment 9, section 32, 2 roods, J. Dillon, £22 ; allotment 10, section 32, 2 roods, Camilli Marina, £50 ; allotment 2, section 33, 2 roods, T. Al...
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The Toe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. WIDTH OF STREETS AND LANES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
. W V-^ *3. r. X->U33ZiISX;I3Sr> EVERT MOENING Truth, ever lovely ainoo tlie Avorld began, ' 'Clio fno of tyrants mul tlie friend of wnn.-Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY,. AUGUST 20. WIDTH OF STREETS AND LANES BILL. Mr. HEIDI'S entitled to the thanks of the country for,introducing a measure calculated to offoot a very necessary reform. The Bill provides, among other tilings, that no street in any Government subdivision shall bo lass than 90 feet wide, and no lane less than.30 feet ; that private subdivisions shallihave no street less.thau 60 feet wideband have lanes 30 feet; and th* t every allotment, in any subdivision; shall have a frontage to two streets, or oao to a struct and another to a lane of the ; required widili. This measure iB urgently, requirod to prevent a repetition of the mistakes from which Sydney is suffer ing at the present time. Buildings, in narrow lanes and alleys, form a ; nursery for dirt, disease, and'crime, la all large cities there is a portion of the ...
COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
OOOTAMUNDRA. ,R.,'I'«vi -.FIIXDAT. Tho. selootiona made at."th« IOOBI, land office«yesterday, wero oa follows J-'OFrank Co^l^y^jlOjacres, Billabong; James BoxaallJI 400 aoriesV Oulliuga ; James M.:Jamieson, 40 Acres, Oullinga 5 E. J. MoOullough/40 . aorea,,Dudauman. , ? ."Acv : The owners Whohave entered two-year-old' stallions and. ? two-year-old "shorthorn bulls for the Yass Show, express disgust at' being ' ^compelled -,to compete with ^animals of Jail .agesj ricr provision having (beBn made'for 'a J .two-^ear-old' prize,.;jn :the' above! Boptions/ Owners have consequently decided* not to forward their two-yeHr-oldstock.') There/is a two-year-old prize for Herefords. ^ Owners^ entered their stock in' good faith!.: ; Greater publjoity-should -^have been .given1 to*the progrQmmoan"tKe;:provinoiaiipre8s.'!l' h;Mr^Jono», storekeeper,(has leased theJrie'wA corner portion i (two storied) of lii« Grand London /Golonnade - to' Mr. 'David HugHes,"' famouH in Young aa a good Jfost'.1 1 The...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Football To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, Football To-day. . A football match will take place to-day. between the Goulburn and Victoria clubs. Tbo following geollemon will form tka'-Qoul burn club team:-Messrs. Baker (3), Beeg ling, Balcber, Bennett (2), Edwards, Furner, Gannon, Howard, Jardine, Martyr, Nosh, Purseliousa, and Sehofield.
Tramway to Crookwell. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881
? Tramway to Crookweil. Wo obscrvo that the advooates of a tram way being laid from Brondalbaao to Crook woll, tire about to hold a public meeting in reference to that" subject on next Monday. Tbe granting of a tramway to Ornokwell is a boon worth working earnestly to obtain, and whicheverline may bo ultimately 'decided upon, such a work must benefit that place greatly, and wo are glad to find that the residents of Gurrunda and surrounding neighbourhoods intend taking this important and spirited step of holding a publio meeting to advocate the early construction of tbe line.