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PUNISHING ALGERIAN INSURGENTS. Paris, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 June 1881

. PUNISHING,: ALGERIAN. INSU R- ,; . GEN'IU -? - "-.5 ! , ; -Pahis, Juno .13.. ', . ? !' , .Title gram'sliiiyo boon j'ri/aeiyed.. by,,..the! Minister ,of.Foieiitn1 Affairs from ttin Oom innnilor.' of tlib ' Forco sotit to punish the Algerian;1 insurgbutej who rqcqiitly/'attiioked dad'.-'ians8ooriBd1''a';, party of,' ,tBlograpb qonr strubtorB, to the oilWt that the French.troops QttBOlctid the insuigonts and-!.defeated',;thdtu with:ia'loss'-'-of 60 'killoil;/anil'-anumber wounded. ..The Jobs. on..(lie side '.of; (lie Freuolv wus slight.;y.,,--, i. , , , \ 1.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 June 1881

UNION CLUB HOTEL, : S^OAtfE-STREET, .O C3r O''fj.JLm-TS'XT 3E2. 3SJ . ; , lo , T> BQS respectfully to inform tho inhabitants of VvvW .Gpu)buii> and surrounding Districts' that Kb \ /buy ronfptttlfoso J icgo sort cwnjandioua Premises ii» ,,SloanorEtrect /opposite Messrs, Furner and Sous), t , tlNKOItf .ClilJIS . IlfOTEIi,: Wheru ho hopes bypivjljly* strict attention to busl ijoss, ntid Uecjjiug'nuiio but tlio '5rV&y"'BGst Brands bf Wines, 'Spirits, -I'HKii.'H and;Beers, ; To merit a sliaro of public patronage. . '! f He algo^gn, to inform them Uiut. through special eriangeincntH which bo has madu, ho.is enabled guarantee to Travel)er4,pn<} |l>« public K«1**r|>llyi KVEftY ACCOWMOaATIOlV j .'»* ®pfl<jupiye to. tbeir comfort,. Hnd i» deteroiiued to; make the; : ** ITSTIO^i CJiU.B IIOTEK. BBCond'to n'one in the oily. ' '1 Pirst'-^lass::\S3tij}ljWg.;j H«.T .,-,t ,.-n.< -'v.I iWCharges i Strictly Moderate. , , D,"; McO^LLUiMj \ . I |. , ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM C. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENT] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL; TELEGRAMS.] j I'ttOH AILKVIIJ.K'B TKHF.OILAM 0 .. AND OUIT I J ; , . OXIIEIT ,OOITHBOV):VPIT>NRS ] j SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIOJIT. A nprn: on no of amill-p'S was dho iv.'tel ( (O-itij'. '' Tli« HiiffarHr ia « in«n ri'imBd.J'hn ] HughuH, residing with li'.« wilo nnd fiinily in : jji^throa-rooinnd U>»uh.i'"u>' Uii lerwoo-l street:,7 off Queen's plnc»» which is contiguous to the"' premises of On Chon#. The house was immediately placed under quarantin-*. I At a meeting of the Cabinet to-dayi it w>ia J decided t<* spare no exponas to stamp out tho : disease.'".' All atrangements have boen placed ! under the control of tho Trojeuror, who in | terviewed tlio Mayor . this, aftetnoon, and arranged to quarantine all infected persons, and also any one who may have corno in contact with thorn. ? *, An omnibus was purchased,, and tha inmates of Rout's houso. wore couveyed this morning to Woollooinooloo Bay, and sent per . etflnmer: to .tho'i quarantine ? station at...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 17 June 1881

MARRIED.   BROADHEAD—LEONARD.—On the 12th instant, at St. Michael's Church, Bungonia, by special license, by the Rev. Father O'Shaughnessy, George, eldest son of the late William Broadhead, of Inverary, to Julia, second eldest surviving   daughter of James Leonard, of Jerrara.    

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE HARVEST IN THE UNITED STATES. NEW YORK, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

, THE. HARVEST ilN THE, UNITED - rvr >' «, - v .NEWvYoiuc.June 15. Boports fr'oral Hho wHeat-growing'dietriota in the Northorn jStatisa) ahowj tliat tKe oropa aro_at presenVin'. an'ekoBptioDBliy ^tfaokward state!'; ' .It isioohflidered that the year's yiold will scarcely)be eqqalUQ-.the ayeraM" ?'

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SETTLEMENT OF THE BASUTO DIFFICULTY. CAPE TOWN, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

SETTLEMENT OF. .THE'BASJJTti DIF EICfaLTY. Oai?k Totto. Juno 15. P t iTliera £ ia'"n ow.fSve'Jy 'Vppi^.'jd^the'BaButa. diffioultjKbeitfg'' fiually sottle'df the more im portant vobiofa having ^praoticaUy sjjbmitted to tile tBrmsl^oti the Vwardvfofs fSi£;Heroules Eobinson, Governor of (Jape Oolb'ny. Tliia "find "imposed" upon the Baautoa has been 'lu^>!VrYtf ' '

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THE LIQUQR TRAFFIC IN WALES. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

i if , 1 . THE..LIQUQRTRAFFIC IN WALES. XiONDON, Juno 15. ' "1 la ilio' 'HouasVo'f Ooca monslii& eVening a bill was read ..Its objeotJtho isStri o tor ,>r b&alaj^op* i<pj^«}$j^. liquor, traffic1 i in1 WaleWi..'Under«tlioi new; Aot all public-h'6WB8!iDiiU8t,,bo'''olo'so'd dn Sundays.

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TURKEY AND FRANCE. CONSTANTINOPLE, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

,TURKEY,,AND, .FRANCE. , Tho Porto continues to manifest strong 'objeotions'to 'the'interferenoe by the Frenoh in Tunisian affairs. The French Ambas sador, haying olQim,edt;the;right of protecting Tunisian'(subjects' ji^idonft in Turkey,, the r^ort0'^a8,ibrfflii|l£^qlij3^^tgkefaeal in any way to recognize the Ambassador in qu ca tions lalTootin^th^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the sydney Herald.) LOCAL OPTION IN GREAT-BRITAIN. LONDON, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. V .> ; ; iE 'jtisiSiil'? «»' l- S .LOCAL, OPTION IN; GREAT-BRITAIN. viu' iit'LoV(i»ok,";'Jan[e 14. ? j f Tlie'Houso of >,Commons,ftrdayidefllt with tlie qubstioa of looal:'option'tfithiirespeofc to the number .of public-houses to bo licensed in any town or district. Aftor debate the 'House, divided, "8ndAby;a."m^jority of 42 re« aferriidd tUo prinoi])16bf 'local option*

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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SYDNEY FAT STOCK MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

SYDNEY FAT STOCK MARKET. STDNBY, Tbureflay. .. At the Homobush fat stoolc sales to-day about 850 lioad of cattle wero yarded,' representing bonBts .of rough to Rood quality.' The best lot of bullocks brought £4 C/3. other lotB avoraged from 2 13/- up wards ; prices fcoing aboutitho Bntno as on Monday. Prims beef may ha . quilted 12/G por lOOlbs, and inferior'from 8/. 6880 sb'oep" word penned. The market was dull, nmV pricoa wore rather weaker. Tke boat lot of orossbrod wethers rbalisod 12/9 to IS/, and others averaged'fromff /3 to 5/0. :

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

.NEWS and NOTES, "Brief, tllcnj and wtiat't Uio atv$ t"~Klng John. The small-pox scare is spreading to Goul 'liura. (PA1 i weJI-known ' boniface is always " lull" when interrogated for lodgings after the trains'c'tfino inJ"- . The VictoriaD Reform Bill has taken another phase, and is novr almost sure to be come law. Marcus-Clark; sub-librarian "at the Mel bourne Public Library, lias: been adjudicated insolvent.- - - - - - The Ministerial visit to jibe north has put 'the Graftonites into great'excitem&nt. 'The* libel action-RevV- W.* Webster v. Walterus Brown, proprietor of the Wilcannia Times-has b^en settled by an apology, and the latter, paying expenses; ,-,: 'f i ' Mr. J.; J. B>o^d, of!the Ylissjpourier, has received intimation that Mr. Honry Dodds, ofltheiOommercial ,Hotel, Yass, intends to commence an action for libel for certain re marks published, jn the Courier, unless an apology is made. The Mayor of Goulburn has issued orders to the ratepayers to. see that their...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

. FARM r PRODUCE. . At auction snlos during tho weok scoured wool sold from 14d to-19d'por lb t handwashed, 12d"t6 I'd ; looks, Gd to 10 d j flccco, greasy, superior clips, '8.};dto:9d; fair7d to 8J(1 ( inferior, 6d to 7d per lb; : looks, &o., 2Jd to'dd; ;polts and short growth, Id to ../JJd por lb ; tallow, por owt, (muttonj, 27/. to 28/0 ; : boof, 20/- to 27/6; ? station, 24/-*/to 20/; hidus, oxtra woigbt, well cured, per lb, 4Jd to' <(.g j henry, 4d to 4-Ji triodimn, 3tfd to, 8Jdj riiglit; dry, 4d. to 4J t . inferior, 2d to 3d ; boncs; shntik, £fi-to £9 j horns' liar 100. fi/. to 9/; hair, horse, mano and tail, por lb, SdtolGd; Icnllicr, kip, pur 1^14 d to'lGd ; nolo, SJd to 9d ; ciilf, 22d to2Gd ; harness, 11 id to 13d ; bag, por uido, 10/. to 11/0; strop, 10/G to* 11/6'; hoik wattloj colonial-ohoppod, per' t'ony £4 to £6 10/ s Hobai'tgrouud,£G to £0 -10/- por ton. Tho uiarkot firm. ? ' . ?*' ....;; ? Oil tho .wharves t#.ffay-primo, groen . lucorno is Bolling'...

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THE FLANEUR ON COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

THE [FLANEUR ON. OOBAB*. HAD I been asked seven days,ago]to write all-Eknew about the land ot Oobar; I would have rattled off something like the following notice with: all tbo supromoconfidehob of the man who; holds four aces ".Oobar, is a: 'small swamp about the' size of a.,piece of olialk''or' a lawyer's, consoienoo., ,I|. is situ ated in the ' Never Never' country,'and its population numbers about 14 souls, includ ing water-tanks and Mongolian gardeners. It is bounded on the north by a dry lagoon, on the Boulh by a heavy; mortgage, on tbo edsfrby a cockatoo fence, ,and;bu/the '-west ? by a dead !bullock. Its .principal '/exports are good deputations/ "dried blablcfallows, 'possum skin bod-olothes, and potted delirium tremens... From the immense quantity of syenite, potogine,, and other pluiiiiiicf lorniaU tions found at Oobar,, it is reasonable'''to suppose this village was. made iabout;.tbe: saina time as the preaeut ; wotld, . and,. its general appearance ! -would load us to; s...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STOOK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

8TOOK AND . SHARE REPORT. - Only, n moderate amount of bustnona wa9 roportod ' . in tliu .otoolc ntid slmro innrkot to-dny; In bnuka AiJ.S. word offerod at 17J, buyors'17};Oitys wanted at I8J1, snllora JOommoroi'iis, buyora 110, sailors ill) uotv.is'suo, 102 affuroil, 101 nslio'd ; Mbroantiloa,r sollors Gfi, buyorB 08; Noy South ? ?'\Vnlo?J sold nt. fiOjrofforpd* nt GO, with {biiyors nt ?COi j Now, Mohlarida, lniyara'23i, sollars 28$; solos roportod |at 283; Now Zoalfind lipclstor romniu: nt . i;: . 28 to 28£t Qu'oou8land'Nhti6nal8;<85;!to 9; Unions,j .CG'tbfiOf jvOriontals oould bo plncod nt21, Stojira, A.S.'N.'a^ brought 21J,; and offorod, buyors 218; Australian :Mut<iala , worth 0/r to 10/6; Oity: Mutnnls','1/3 tb !/.! ;'Gbnornl«i 90/-i to 92/; Morcan - tilo Mutuals, 1/8 to,'l/o; Pnoifio, 72/«to 7Gf; Sydnoy-. Ulnrlno brouglit 41/, fiullbra nsk 42/, buyers nt <10/; .. Duitad^would-.bo'plaoodiat fir/ijSollorB.nsk CO/: Sholo aud Oil tcmuin at 18/!) t...

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GUNNING NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

GUNNING' NE WS ^ CFnoi OUU COBIlCeroNUENT.] POLICE CouitT.-On "Wednesday, June. 16, before J. F. Konyob; Esq., J.P., Martin Cook1 was brought upon a 'charge of suspicion of unsound mind.' Senior-constable Buckley deposed that IromjinformBtion reoeived tbat a man was wandering mil "demented state of mind in tlie bush about Little Plain, near -Daltop,',ho went out and paarehed for two days.;' on Wediiesday lasti he'apprehended ! accused!/.and brought him to Gunning ;'f. he found' from liia manner that ho was not right in his mind and not fit to bet at large, and asked for a remand to Goulburn, with a view to obtaining'medjcal -evidenqe; !, Bo-, mandod accordingly. .. CONDITIONAL PDKOHASES.-WilliamiOplly, 160 acres, section 21, parish Eomnor"; Ber nard Connors, ,60 aores, seotion 21, porish Romner; Patrick .Olancy, 90 acres,!,.section 21, [parish Lampton ; Michael Tally, sanr., 100 acres,. section 13, . parish Lampton ; John And6rs6D, *40 aores, section 21, parish Wheeo; Thomas Morrisa...

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

AVEEICLY GAJ^ENljAJa. Moos'8 PHASE. New Moon, 27lh June, 12.8 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORREDPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

COOTAMUNDRA NEWS.;; . I I* (FBOtt'OuH' CoRnBSPONDBHT.) j . ' PRIMES MOTION.- One of the finest dis .playB of mutton that I have witnessed^ for ninny years, was to bo seen at Messrs,' Duhigg and Noble's butoharing establish-' ment .in, Wallendoon-atreet on Thursday/ iThe sheep; though pure fmerinos ^being in doubt 1 asked jfor. the' skins) bred-'and fat tened by Mr. D. Quinlau. of Cullinga averaged 160 lt>s.,' and attraated the atten tion ofeverypasser-by. J New,, HOTEL.-Mr. Bernard; Batman ap'-i plied. forr per Mr. Gordon, solioitor, before' the Young yberiohVvaT publioan's license;for the Travellers'.'JSest, Temora road. It,^'as granted. Many, say a more popular! man does not reside within the boundaries of Oootamundra. The Travellers' Rest il situ .atedon(.thov'jTemprarrqadi.about?tan']tnile8 ftom Ppptamundr'a. .j ,Oobb/ah Oo.'a horsea oharigo there, and'j yieitpfa. i'tnay depend /on iraoeiying-respeotfulfaitentiott and'i'obnsidera tion at Mr. and Mrs. Bannan's hands, I Mr.) Ba...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The [?] tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JUNE 18. NIHILISM. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

PTJELISI-rED EVERY. MOENING Trutlii ever lovely sinco tlio world bcRsiii Tho foe or tyrants and tile friend of imn.-CampMl. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JUNE 118. NIHILISM. REVOLUTIONISTS exist in every age, and wis might say too in every country, as well in those ?which, are -wisely tmd humanely governed as in llio loss favoured ones where authority is oxercisod with despotic BWBy and the mandates of the reigning body are carriedout with a rigour which .savours of Draconian severity. That' under the latter circumstances, insurrectionary movements take place, and spread with alarming rapidity does not cause much astonishment, but that there'should be found men who will follow the standard of rebellion when those who unfurl it have no cause which might serve as a justification for their so doing its indicative of the evil tendency which exists in the human breast, and points to the fact that, left to themselves, and kept beyond (ho control of other, influ ences, the path which men will choose...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Ministerial Visit to the North. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Ministerial Visit to the NorthiQti I Sir. John Robertson (fylinipter, for; Edu cation).* and tho1 Hon. Johi/Lacfiey (Min ister for' Works),"accompanied by theimetn bers for Grafton and the Clarence, arrived at the Clarence River Heads before daylight on' Tlinfsday morning. During their, pas sage thither thoy called at Trial Bay, and a landing having been effected there;, they were tnefc pf^aborit thirty gen tlemen^ndl/pfeisenterti; vjith can address of welcome, to which both the ministers re plied. They next proceeded to inspect.the, works'at Trial Bay. The ministers ! wefol the recipients of other addresses at Grafton. Altogether fthey .-were, ;most 'cordiaUy re ceived, aiitFmuoh satisfaction was expressed at the promises made by them,'espeoia!lly by Mr. Lackey in regard to the railway. Yesterday morning Sir John Robertson laid the .fpundatipn,,,stone, of .the .Publio sohool at Graftonj ahd ; ia t|ie;.e^qiiig^a:£bajnquet Was' giveh^"*' ' /"l-'-:: - ,

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

MASS WIIJTJ MS QEBLILUTATKD AT GOULBURN DISTIUOT.. Juno 20-PcBBt of Saint* Polor arid Paal, Holi day of Obligation, Gurrundab. " 19-Grabben GUIIOD, Laagnn, Collector, " 20-Toralga, Mntulun, IJoro, July 8-Grabben Gullen, Spring ViiHoy, Bread* alhaoe, 10-Taralge. Lsggsn, Mumroell, YASS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday, June 19 Gundaroo, Sunday, Juuc 2G Uinaloag, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, Juty 10.

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