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The Lands Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
flie Iinnds Commission. Sydney, Thursday.— -Tho Lands Com« mission roport has beon issued, the main points being strong, and recommended to plnco tho administration of the.Lands Dopartment under a Board of Commisaion ors,froo from pol'ticil control, also the '; roaistratiou of land nirnntn. '. Sydnky, Friday.— Tho roport of the Lands Commission fully exonerates Mr. Carrathers from any implication in the lands scandal. On the wbblo, the report has oaueoii considerable satisfaction on ''. «very sida. Both morning papers strong ly demand the Government and parlia ment to take immediate prompt measmW to deal with the recommendationa, and :. make a recurrence of such, scandals im- . paaeibleV '..'!.'; ''???? '. :- 'Vv ?'??? '?'?.?,? .. ' ? -:v
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
General News. ? Sydnky, Friday— A sorious croop oo* ourrod at tho Control Mino, Brokon Hill, yesterday, involving tho Central Mino nnd block ton shift. All mem have been ? romovod from tho workings. ? Si-D.-JiiY, Friday.*l-On tho flliip Blaok- ? brako, at Port Pirio, last night, tho first officer, W. Caldor, is alleged having shot tho Bocond-mato, L. F, Lodcr.
The Worker's Union. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
The Worker's Union. Sydney, Friday.— Tho Australian Workor'a Union policy manifoato points to a dotormination to ondeavor to aocuro . , bettor terras for ohoaroro ; few fairmind od pooplo, it deolaroD, could blame the [JniOn if if. nf^fTTn^*^n^1 ♦« nr\~~.-r* !._ ?!._' otrongth, justice whioh it cannot obtain othorwiae, and adds, however, until every ; constitutional meana havo beon axhauBt od, unionists will not bo justiOod in con oidoring tho othor caso.
Rabbit Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
Babbit Biscasc. Sydni'-y, Friday.— An injunction ia to applied for against tho Government, to provont any stops boing authorised whoroby tho disoaso for tho destruction of rabbits may bo introduced into Aus tralia. Tho suit which is boing brought by well-known rofrigorators will raiao tho quoation of tho right of tho Stato to allow Rormo likely to dioeeraiato diooaao to bo imported.
A Pathetic Death. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
A bathetic Death. Tnn sad death ocoarrod on Wodnqsday evening of Ethel, the only daughter of Mr. Alox. Richardson, of Bondoo. Tho deceased who was only 1C yoars of ago, bad beon under tho caro of Dr. Schalit for tho past nine weoka. bufe Mnnvnnr frnm tho flrBt was doubtful. On Wednoaday all hopes of rocovory wero abandoned, and tho Bov. C. C. Gillot was sent for, as well as tho girls father. Mrs. Riohard son died only about 12 months ap-o, anil tho doath o£ hor daughtor is thus rnndor ed doubly pathotio on account of tho eir ourastnncos surrounding her illness, con corning which various rainora havo boon current, all probably very wido of tho mark. Tho interment took placoin tho Chnroh of _ England portion of tho coraotory on Friday, when numorous frionda and rolatives atlonded. Tho Rov. 0. O. Gillott officiated at tho graveside. A largo num ber o£ wreaths wore laid on tho ;ooflin, tho offoringa o£ many sympathetic friouds. Mr. A. MoDonald conduotod tho funeral nrrangomonte.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
UyER TROUBLES ENDED. Bile Beans prove the Remedy'. ; Frequent feelings 'of sickness,' dnll: hoadachos, Buddou droweinoss, feel ings of,, dejection and misery, .loss of. , .appotito,. no onorgy, .bad- taste, in tho ' mouth, yollow tinge, of tho skin, and ivliitos of tile eyes, . constipated bowels — thoso are some of tho signs of liver -trouble. Liver troublo, which is at the root, of most common ailments, is permanently ourod by Bile Beans, tho ; world's groat^gt medicine. Read this proof:-1- : ' ' ... ; '; Mrs. E. Barkor, of Horton Cottago, ' 39 Emmo Street, Loichhardt, Sydnoy, . says:— 'Before my littlo boy was horn, I was greatlj; troubled with Biliousness, accompanied by horriblo' headaches and body, pains. I was con stantly retching and could not retain -' my f ood. ' .At times : I would become. . faint and giddy, and altogether un nbio to attend, to my household du ties, and my lifo wna quito a misery to mo. A friend ndvisod mo to try Bile Boons, which I did. From tho first do...
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
Football. A general mcotine of tho Dologato Football Club was hold at Coopor's Ilotol on Monday last, tho following being prosont : — Mcsara Jonah Goodman (Prcsi dont, in tho chair), J. Mudie, jun., J. Callnughan, E. Watlinp;, S. Goodman, C. Callanghan, Loo. O'ConnolI, H. Whalan, A. Callaaghan, A. Bartloy, 0. Bartloy, and tho Soorotary (C. Piico). Tho minutoa of tho provious mooting woro rond and confirmed. Mr. C. Prico tondorod hia' resignation aa Sacrotary to tho Clab, which was accepted, Proposod by Mr Sol. Goodman, ' That Mr C. Oallaughan bo oloctod as eocrotary.' Seconded by Mr L. O'ConnolI, and carried. Mr S. Goodman was nominated for tho position, but declined. Mr 0. Callaugban roturnod thanks for hio olection, and proposod a hoorty voto of tkantio to tho retiring secretary, Mr C. Prico,- whioh was carriod by acclamation. It was decided that membora bo re quested Co pay their subscriptions within eis weeka froru dnto. Proposod by-C. Oallaughau, ' That tho motion ro.Accidont f...
THE SKETCHER. THE SECRET PRESS. IN AUTOCRATIC RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
THE SKETCHER. THE SECRET PRESS. .. IX AUTOCIt-Vi'iU KUtWIA. . . Of all enterprises (dynamite, pcrjaps, . 'axccp:«a),ir clandestine juc-.i m ltu'ma h ?'hTs'ikhv c:sht-'mUweniy year* Miiec .1 '. . Jewish, conspirator, Aaron Zundclvic liy 'name, a native of Wiln.i, jn Lithium.!. f r.io n-lii,.li 'lie bcloli-.'ed 1/u.u if ihey would ' ? ' ' find the means -he ivould iiir.l the .lire*-, -. and would, moreover, pet it up ill St. vi'.led.' niiti' rroni 1-ibrxKiil Aaron .iimis;lcd into St. Pctemburg nil -the necessary plant. Then lie net tn work to learn the ? cum pewitor's art (just as, in tlie first d.iya of ilie 1'rop.isjand.i, young nolilcn tnngh; them. the people'), and in 1877 Hie firxt ' free.' ? priirting office worthy' Of tdic namc_ was eytiiblished in the heart and centre of 6i-y ilnm. ' . . During four yearn Zundelettc ran liis prepa under tlic nose, as it -were, of tltc Third Section, and wos only then detected ? by a mere minditinco. From thai date. i-cen in a condition of alwo...
A JAPANESE BRIDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
A JAPANESE BRIDAL. . V Japanefe bride,. drc«cd in a long white silk kimono and a wliitc veif. eits upon the floor, facing her .bridegroom.- A little table bears a bottle of fiaki. two cups, and a kettle with two ftpouU. On a second table is a nmall plum-tree. nignifyinB the bfMiity of the bride, and o fir-tree typilies tne f*trcngtn oi tin. uriu(.,;ruoiii. .» mmn standing on 'a tortot;e is an ornament pro-, mifing lo-i;; life and happincs). Tlie two jpoutcd kettle is put to the mouths of th; bride and bridegroom alternately, ciguify ing that they arc to nliarc e.ich others iovs andmrrows. The Jiride kei^ps her veil, and it is need on her nhroud when *'::c dies. ...
CURIOUS MRRIAGE CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
'CURIOUS MRRIAGE CUSTOMS. To all ohl maids CSiina nrtwt apfcir to bu a veritiiile tcrrcntial P.ir.idL-*, wi.h tlie e.\ce|rtion of the mini. Spinrtern, like various other -.vcatern ins-iitiitioiw, are tin kno'.vn in the Kind of the ipiotail. Xor id uus wic omy aiivanwge to dc louni ainonj the Uel03;iils (writes Mciibcrt .1: Uiando:i in tho ' Kimily Herald'). In JJnj;!'nd the jrirJ wlio licks bc.iulv is greatly Handicapped in the race witii -her the ilifATOi^ctl Vonun can giw '?her 'hand- some rh-ll point mid thenbL.it her— in.one nvnrct, at any rate. The Ohincwe bride, like bride.-) .ill' the world over, r.vishcs t^ rj-j)-sip iin li,niJii)nic il-» ikw+jI)Ip — .lttonliiiif to Vliino-m ircti.-iiw of beauty. She t!ici forc pays ncnr.il ugly oil woxciH--lhc t:j:liar .tJie better — to act 'as briJt.-lnt^ds. . Of course, even if tlie beauty of the bride i:nu u^nne--!i o: ner aitcnuajiis, .sue ap;:cird The CSiliiKe iiridc iu-ni vo:m in the wlpctinn.of her liit-b.md. and often .the Tihe- c n...
PHENOMENA OF SUNSET. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
i '.'?'?- PHENOMENA OF SUNSET. ring : tho sunsoc from.j high.placo («ay3 a writer in catneo oittlnga ). . _ '*? You are looking in the wrong dlrcc 'tion,' Mid tho astronomer. 'If vou wish to enjoy the spectacle . of sunset in all-. Its dunging ecenes, you must first face to wards .tho cast, not towards tho west.' 'But the sun Is not setting in tho cast,' ?jiruif^jicu i\ui inunu. 'Truly it is not.' but tho vast, gray t-hadow of the airth io rising there, and with tho appearance of that phantom tlie ? pageant .opens. Few ever bohold it, how-, ever \ piirtly l-ocaui-c people fioldom have a elenr view down to . tne horizon, nnd .partly because tliey keen their backs to It, Miipposinji. .as.j'ou do,, tliat the only place to look for the phenonicna, of sunset is in the west.' ?? ?? '' . ??' 'One miLst loolc just in 'tho opposite di rection to the place ivhera' the sun . lias disapp-carctl. You sec a low arch, faintly red or pm-ple. nnd beneath it,' a -darker ecgnicnt, -\s- if come, huge, ...
ROBIN HAD HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
ROBIN HAD HAIR. . He wa;- n bachelor an bald as a billiard ball, nnd, 50. ? She «vj- u widow, fair, fat, and -10. lie had been a He-long friend of her late ?husband, Robin ilaeN'abb, and this night he was to offer her Mi 'hand .and he-art. ? She kiicw it, and her uoul went out in icons. &- in tho f.ri/.:o'ht die seated her self at the niano. and sam to him th.it dear oW son?. ' Kobin Adair,' wimliug up with I' lioo-ob-in Ad-air.' I 'Oraitly he li«e from his ..rat, ;n:d ,-w lie readied for liis hat raid : ,.. 'iC Msdrin. h there anr neeessity to re-, imjnd'mo of tlie fact? 1 know «. Itobin '.tid 'ltu-o luir ; 1 .tiliall iievcr forcet hin Icarly' locks. Hut rilij- taunt me irith it ? I Ap-i thus t.vo livca ivere blirliteil.
People Talked About. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
People Talked fifiout. ? XamaRno, Italy's liiih-voieed and otront;- : lunged tenor, according. toj a i«ipcr frolu Turin, i.s to he a candidate at the next. * clcctioni for a seat in the Legislature.. . ? Oddly enough he is to oppose the .Socialist Si^nor SIorKan. it the tenor cannot ho* votcilor UilUed into iioaition, why should. , he lint hn nllnwcil to nine llimseU into icinH- . , lative power? His %-oice. aliove the utaff,. . . being' of the kind with idiich to whip on nnny nt a distance, would assuredly nerve. ' him in . thia case, the runae anil task . being shorter. . ' A despatch from Cliic.igo reports the . death of Paul Palmer Krapp, a 'cellist, due. to constant practice on ins instrument;*, . ?. The musician died from shod; after im-: ' . ? putation of his left Icr. The Biirscons in ?necessary aa the disease known as o.Ueosar- ? coma had developed vis the result of the, daily pressure of the Velio .iffiinrt .tho . limb. -Mr. Knapp was L'7 ycara old. lie. ,' . was the son o...
Craigie Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 2 June 1906
e Craigie Notes. fFnoii oun CohnE^roNDENiO Word has been received that Mr. E. Trevanion, of Mila, met with a nasty ac- cident in Cooma, and is at present under the doctor. How the accident occurred has not transpired. Mr, W. Johnoon, from BuUliil), pasaod through horo to-day (Wodnosday) with bio ' motor-car ' loaded with pnmkins. As potatooB aro vory scarce, Mr. Johnson IB doing a roaring trado, and cannot Sup ply all hie ouotoraoro. Thoro io a good oponing for an enterprising oarrior to bring a Waggon load of pumldnn from down tho mountain ; ho would have no tronblo to diopoao b£ tho lot. ° ? ° Mr. Adam Olivor, who io in ohargo of Mr. A. Rod woll'a throohing maohiu'o, had tbo miofortuno to ovortuni tho ranoljino on Saturday last oa tho road between Mr. A. RodwoH'a and White's placo. A small otump caused tho disastor. Luokily not much damago waa done, only a couplo of littlo drivinp; whoelo brolcon and tho shaft of a nhakor bent. Mis fortcuca como coldom nlono. A. marp belonging to ...
Blown to Atoms. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906
--. Blown to Atoms. Tbo old idea, that tUe body oomotimes noodo a pdworfulj draotid,. purgative pill hao bcon exploded } for Chamberlain's Stomaohand Livor Tablets, whioh are perfeotly ? harmieaR, gently '.Btimulato liver and bowelB to ospel poisonous mat ter, oipanBO Lno Byetem, ana; aosomtoiy ouro Constipation and Slak Headache. For sale by Ei Booth, Dologato. The last plenary me'eting of the. Post al CongroBs'in Eomo wao held on Thurs day woek, and amondod and adopted tho proposals mado by Mr. Chapman for dealing with ' Snowball 'in chain-lot ters. It was do'cided that the next pon grdes Bhould meet in Madrid, tho final choice lay between Spain and Australia, The American delegate prdposod Mel bourne, claiming that Australia was a young country whion had made vast pro gross. Mr. Chapman, in a Bpoech -which was much applauded, thanked tho American roproQOntativo, and expressed tho ploasurO; which it would givo tho Australian people and Government to greet the mombors. Ho .'admitte...
HAYSE—LOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906
HAYSE-LOCK.' A very pretty wedding was solemnised in Uie-Pre3bytcrian Church on Wednesday last by the Rev. J. H. G. Auld, the contracting parties being Miss Ada Hnyse, second daughter of Mr. T. Haysc, of Bendoc, and Mr. Wi Lock, only son of Mr. Juo. Lock, of Uaydeu'a Bog. The bride, who wore n handsome costume of crc.int Japanese silk, trimmed with silk guipure and drawn ribbon, tucked skirt trimmed with fnlb, edged with silk lace, silk motifs and niched ribbon, with the usual wreath aud veil, was given away by her father. The only bridesmaid, Miss Bella Miles, wore n sky-blue voile costume, trimmed with white satin and silk guipure, silk braid motifs, and tucked skirt trimmed with frills and edged with satin ribbon,- the frills caught with motifs ; a cream ehenille Paris model hat, with pale blue silk trimmings and cream ostrich plume. Both the bride aud bridesuiaid ' * carried bouquets, the former being presented by Mrs. H. Cameron. The bride's travelling dre53 was grey cashmere, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906
WHY BILE BEANS EXCEL In Efficacy and Economy. Bilo Boans for Biliousnoss aro tho product, of o modern sciontifio re search,, and nro therefore thoroughly up-to-date. Thoy do not merely purgo, giving temporary roliof only, nnd leaving tho pationt weakened Hko tho out-owlatd so-called romodies of forty or fifty yoars ago, ? which contain pro bnbly aloes, morcury1 and other harm ful drugB. Bile lioans without tho slightest discomfort, prompt tho liver and digostivo organs to act in no,-; -turd's normal way, leaving 'those or gans strengthened and stimulated to continue tho performance of thoir du ties without further asaista'ncd..Thoy .. produco a gohtlo action on the bowels curing- or preventing constipation, cleansing tho stomach,' and ridding the system of nil impurities. Do^not ?ho misled by claims of, half-a-hundrcd , pills in a bos, where probably four to sis constitute a dose and tho do3es cannot bo discontinued. Ono Blip Bean IS ono doso.i , Thoy can bo discontinued after. tho ...