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BRISBANE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

BRISBANE. FJKIDAY. : The Princes in replying to an addre'as from the Legialaiive, Assembly expressed a hope that aa' opportunity might oeour for both tho Prinoo of WUIBB and themselves to again visit the ocilonias. "'??? ' \

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS* SYDNEY. FRIDAY NxaiiT.-. I Two fresh oasoe of small-pox hare been, dis covered by tho Q-orernmeut visiting doctor in Raglan-street, the parties being a brother and sister named Harris. The brother'is in the stage of reoover.y while the sister baa reached, tbo stageof development; . ?''r .> Treare a warier at a George-street' ra'sta'ii rant, has been removed to quarantine. An official telegram stated that all the patients at the quarantine grounds are doing woll. . The men on No. 7 section of the Nepeaa Water AVorks, numbering 350, have been on'strike since Tuesday. They demand an advance of.frotn 7/6 to 8/- per day, and two quarter hours' interval for smoking, whioh the contractors, l'opham and Angus, are not inclined to concede. They also complain of, the .water being brackish. . , i r;:'. w The Orient steamer, Lusitania, has ar rived at Adelaide. It is rumoured that Mr. Fletoher ,,is to:be: offered the post of Minister of Mines. The steamer Catania sailed...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

MASS WILL BE OBLEDRATJSD AT UOULBIJBN DISTHIOT. StrobAY. ' August 21.-Grabbeu Gulleo-Collector-Marulan August 28.r~Taralga- Uoro-Buugonia September 4.-Grabboa Gallon-Spring Valley Breadalbane. YASS MISSION. Binalong, Sunday, August 21 Gunning, Sunday, August 28. - CONFIRMATION. ? Albiiry... .. ....September 18 Adelong September 25 . j-. Tumut ..October 2, ' ? Temora,,.. ..Oolobur 10' Gronfell October 14 Goolagong October 1G ,Bur.awa October 23 '' JTrogmore.. October 2S Yass October 80 Bless Presbytery Ten Mile; September 21 ' 1 ' B'ess Church a; Temora, October 9 . -ii < Bless .Church at Goolagong. October 10 nl Bless Church at Gundaroo, Sunday, November 18

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

^".?"''.T/WwfOSSEB/ . CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. i, Pure Drugs.- Patent Medicines, . Perfumery and Fancy Goods. STATION ISBtV T»iUG(;(» '. '' ' (Gonuine American) ' . ENGLISH ;LEV"EIt & GENEVA WATCHES ANI) , v ',,;i ?Mnll-msifheit JTcweHery. .HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY II PRICES (with-cost of carHage added). JpRSE'»:;cgTLr MEDliBINES. . TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. x;.>. 11 'I.i: "'AGENT FOB ' 1 ' ' ; ,, 1 Intercolonial Life and General Assurance ".iu41bs6'o3ca.tx6k,1 .IV. V -i ! ' AGENT FOB ' Sbutliem Argus' mid Goulfairn Herald. N.U.- Files of the above Papers and SJL Iltrald ' noii'Sydney/'Mail kept'. . j,;;;:"-.;'',":v;;: the.; ] ^^ipIiern:;JDail^/ Argus ' 'IS- NOW 'PUBLISHED f *.' 'EVEBY MORNING, "'.'-.V AND . : 'Price is ONE PENNY! : :^¥hOlesale^" 'WINE, SPIRIT, I., -i. ? i; 1. ; M i 7 : ?? I ? 7 , I , , > ? akd , GROCERY STORES. "-DiGNAM'& CO. H'Av'iNG OPENED Part OF THK PRE MISES known us the NEW ARGYLE B't'OUK ns WliDlssale Wine, Spirit, and Grocery "...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

FARM PKODUOE. SYDNEY, Thursday. On tho wharves to-day prime new lucerne is soiling at £3 5/- to £3 10/ ; ditto; old hay, £2 15/- to £3 ; medium samples, £2 10/ per ton. A good supply on hand, anil fair demand. Maize, 3/6 ; outs, 3/- per bushel ; CiroulAr Head potatoes, £4 to £4 10/ ; New Zealand ditto, £3 to £3 10/- per ton ; Vic torian onions, £13 ; ditto chaff, £5 per ton, (bags included); butter in keg, 9d to 1/6 per lb; eggs, lOd per dozen ; bacon, 3d to Gd ; cheese, 4d to 8d ; ham, 6d to 8d ; bees wax, 9d to lOd por lb. STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. ' Business in the stock and shure market is quiet, and the price of most stocks are un-: changed to-day. Only a very limited number of transactions were reported. In Banks: A. J". S. were wanted at 17}, procurable at 17§; Oitys, buyers at 13§, sellers at 13| ; Commercials offered at 114$, would be taken at 113 ; Mercantilos in demand at 6fc, lxcld for 6J, N.S. Wtiles remain at 61J to 62£; New Zealand, 24$ to 26£; New Z^alaud Register, 24£...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. GOULBUHN, Friday. Tub seasonable rain whioh baa fallen this .1 week must prove to be of great benefit to ( farmers and graziers, and probably a greater ''tone of confidence will in consequence pro , ,vail in business transactions as regards fltbofe. " ' vci In the looal markets no important ohanges have taken place during the we^k, but an '(Increased firmriesB is observable in the wheat and flour trade. Good butter is beooming . Bcarce,', and inferior over-crowding. Eggs, bacon, and other produce without change. Price) current in Ooulburn between purchaser -and .'1 i .producer:- . "' . :FIour, per ton . , £18 0 0 ' Ditto, seconds, per ton .... 12 0 0 Wheat, per busliol ' 0 4 8 u,-i i Oats, per busliol .> .... , o 2 fl to 0 2 0 MaUe, per busliol .... 0 2 6, 0.2 9 , Hay, per ton .... 3 0 0 I .Potatoes, per ton ' 2 15, <> 3 0 0 J. v ? Bacon, por lb. .... 0 0 3 ' 0 0 4 Butter, 1'resh, per pound,... 0 13 0 16 Ditto, tall, per pound .... 0 0 0 0 1 0 Eggs, per ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's [?]he news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tUeni anil what'» ilio newi >."~Klng John Wallaby-drive at AlumraGll to-day. Good Templar concert to-night at the Mechanics' Institute. Grand ploughing match and horso parade on 14th and 15th September. .Programme in next Saturday's issue. ,. / The racehorse Pontiff has been scratched for all engagements. Some of the right-prowlers tried to break into Mrs, Tricker's kitchen on Thursday night, about ten o'clock. Wallaby drive at Mr. Vernal Hobley's, Gurrunda, next Saturday. The supporters of tbe tramway Orookwell to Breadalbaue hold s meeting; at Mr. Wm. Heffernan's, Gurrunda, on Monday next. It is stated that over 2000 signatures have been obtained in Goulburn to potitions praying; for the closing of public-houses oa Sundays. An interesting breach of promise is likely to come off at the next sittings qf the assize court. The parties hail from Queanbeyun. Brisk business at tbe Lithgow ironworks. Additional hands being taken on.' Last week the Muriumbidgee w...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

NEW LICENSING BILL. On Thursday evening last a public meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, Goldsmith Istreet, to cousider same propo'sed altera tions in the new Licensing Bill now before Parliament. Thechair was to have been taken at 8 o'clook, but at that hour there were few .persons in attendance, and at twenty min jutes past the hour appointed fur commencing, Mr. T. Spencer took the chair, the audience then numbering about twenty-two. vOn the platform were-Rev. James Studds, Alder man Caldwell, and Messrs. 0. Webb, Thos. Donohoe, and -Railton." The chairman said he regretted to see so small an attend ance pVesent to discuss a measure that should, iuterest by'/everybody . Tho speaker , then dwelt forcibly on the clauses in the'bill in which the temperance bodies asked (or modifi cation, viz., a majority of votes in cases where a license is asked for ; the closing of public houses on Sundays j the,.striking out of the bottlo clause; and opposition to the £10 license-fee for roa...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. Before Mr. H. H. Voss. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. FiudaYJ AUGUST 19. Bttfore Mr. H; H. Voss. DRUNK, Henry Smith pleuded guilty to the above oharge. Being the first oharge against him, he was let off with a caution. [Messrs. A. Gibson and A. McKellar here touk seats en the bench,] ILLEGAL POSSESSION OP A TENEMENT. Butler v. MuAlister,-Edwin Builur sued Richard McAlister in order to recover pos sossion of oertain stabjes. Mr. H. S. Gannon, who appeared for the defendant, stated that liis client hud con sented to give .up possession, and all parties being agreeable to the arraugement, the oase was not further proceeded with. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE.' Mitohell v; Aroher.-Henry Aroher was charged with having made use of abusive languige to Henry Mitohell in the sale yards on the 17th instant. Plea, not guilty. Henry Mitohell, a 'buB proprietor, de posed : .Ott' the 17th instant I was' at the Public Sale-yards ; I was walking down the yard, when Aroher oalled me a foul name, and said, " If you dou't come back, you b---, I...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catholic Literary & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Catholic Literary & Debatingf Society. 1;Tho frirrids of fchia sooietyjwill be pleased: :,{^\1earK{bat%f.;ia(e>Mt.,'ifhioh^8arrouad8 its prooefcdinfjs, ooiitinuoaiunahated. ' Thia was manifested'-by tho! character of its^ usual weekly' mooting^ of Inst. Thursday evening. Its numbers are steadily inoi'easing, nnd the clase of its entertainments attaining a higher standard. ^ The president,' Mr, L.! LB Br«ton;t took tho:chair: puno'ually at- the appointed hour (8 o'clook);" 'Mr. Bu8hman((lhei seore-'; tary) read the minutes.of ^previousl meetings w'liioh were,; by resolution,-adapted and con* "firmed.---Messrs.- Jv'J. XKIannno,- O. Burt, 0. JonoB, and A. Baynes^'were "admitted, and ! thjrfle tnow ?; members no.ipinpted. '-- * Father Bormingliam, tho spiriti^,!, director,r^ud Frttiaer Phntyn wero present j' ia^oll^t^o,at-;. tendaaoo might be. estimated ftt";'ab9i\t',40.. ! ?Alter the ordinarykpjrejiiminary..businesp.^ :had«ibeBnidi(8mtBsednthe^ .wabfintroduWd^fpl^ -readings ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. The further consideration of the Chinese Restriction BilLwas the sole business trans Hated in the Legislative Council on Thursday, Thedobate on the socond reading lasted only about an hour and a half, when the motion was agreed to, without division. In com-' mittee, the second clause, dealing with the liability to quarantine all vessels arriving in port with Chinese ou board, was vigorously opposed; and, after considerable discussion, was struck out, by 19 votes to 5. The fourth clause, whioh provided that the Chinese should not bo permitted to come here in a creator proportion than one to every 100 tons of the vessel's register,' was amended by making the proportion two for each 100 tons register. Progreas was then reported, and the House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly on Thursday several hours were occupied in the consider ation of the Ringbarking Bill, all the clauses of whioh were eventually agreed to, and also a new clause, proposed by Air. McLaughlin, to...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

YASS, NEWS. (FbOM OUR OonHESroNDENT). OoNDmoNAL'PtnioiiASES.--The following' conditional purchases were made in Y1168 on last ThursdayWilliam Gruber, 40 aoros, section 21, county Murray, parish Toual j James Perry, 40 acres, '-section'' 21j oounty King, parish iMantori ; Thomas Madden, 70 aores, oouniy, Murray, parish Jeir ; , Charles Middleton Hall, 140 acres, seotion 13, county Murray, parish Jeir1; ; Edwin Davis; 50 acres, seotion': 21," uouoty King, parish Bango ; William Davis (junior), ,40 abrea,. county Murrny,. pa riahJei r. ? THE WBATHEK.-On Wednesday night before the rain oleared off ' there was a heavy storm of: thunder; whtoh was ae'eoni panied.with'viyid flashes of lightuiDg.., .In lnat i May . there was also a: great storm, of thunder, jboth of whioh - are peoiiliar :to the 'seasona "of 1 the year. Thursday morning came in fine and clear, but before 10 o'olook hieaivy-clouds overspreadi the sky,. and. great showers of rain fell throughout tbe dBy.' ;;. Tub , Pootbam Ci...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jem Mace Threatened. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Jem Mace Threatened. I A breach of promise case of a . very pe culiar natnre (says the Doily Telegraph), and one which, if it comes to trial, will, it Js anticipated, present some extremely iamusing features, is expected to come bofore ! the Supreme Oourt shortly, a Miss Ivy Fano, (an erstwhile ballet,girl, having instituted an action against Mr. James Maco,' the ox ^champion of the P.R. : Miss Fane considers that she has been injured to the extent of :£500 bv Mr. Mace, who she alleges promised her marriage. On the other hand, Mr. Mace avors that he merely paid her cab fare home from the opera several time-*, arid that, that was the extent of his intimacy with hor. ; ?' ' ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold Near Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Gold Near Marulan. Writing on Thursday last, a correspondent upon whom wo oau thoroughly rely seuds us tho following:-"I visited tlie Broken Bridge Creek to-day to have a look at what was going on, and I find that there tiro about twenty men at work. , The prospectors are putting a' 16-feet squnro paddock down, and the ground is pegged out for about hiilf-a mile along the creek. A number of tho Marulan townspeople were down to-dny, pegging out-pin .fact, it was quito a little rush-and from the appearanoo of the plauo, tliero is every likelihood of it turning out h tolerably good gold-field. The .prospectors are keeping their doings very dark ; . but they have the red flig ready to hoist, and that is a very good sign. I fully expeot that there will be a hundrod men on tho ground in the course of a very few days; but I wouldn't Hdvise a rush to .the place-at least until suiih time as the payable nature of the ground has been thoroughly tested by tho pafties now at work." :

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shocking Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

' Shocking Death. , We (Evoning Naws) leurQ through private correspondence fromMerriwa, that an oldbrly;, lady- residing in (lint town,,Mrs.Parfitt, who, we understand,'' WHS the widow of, a clergy man, met with' a shocking'' death last week, By some unoitplnirieH 'means, sho fell into the firOj andj being old aridjTeoblo-slin was 71 years of ngo-was Tunable to extrioute. herself., Before assisianoe camp, the; unfor .tunato creature was so frightfully burnt that she died iti a-few hours after | the dreadful, ooourrenoei. : s A neighbour, hearing her cries', ran inland found her nil onifiriy. even to her; Btays. -The poor lady; was conscious, and; wns able to say that she foil into the fire. Her/sad end hus exoited doep sympathy in Moi'riwa. ' ... "v;:

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

STOCKTAKING ! ! Ill Great Reductions IN THE PRICE OF FOR Fourteen Days Only! PREVIOUS TO STOCKTAKING AT J Parker-street, COOTAMTTNDRA. GOODS AT HALF THE USUAL PRICE. GOODS WILL BE OLEAKED AT A Sweepwig Reduction! IF YOU WANT ?* O OI* V:A JL IP® FOR TOUR BEADY MOSTBY BUY AT P. R. RYAN'S Cash Drapery Shop. :Save Five Shillings in Every Pound You Spend on DRAPERY. R E. RYAN'S FOll V ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO -BE THE BEST and CHEAPEST HOUSE ? IN, THE; Southern Distr! ct . ' FOB - The People of Cootamundra and Dis trict have shown their inde pendence by buying AT THE CHEAPEST HOTJSE. IS?" BE CAREFUL TO NOTE THE ADDRESS CHEAP DRAPERY SHOP] PARItER-STREET,' IAIL0BI1, TAILOR. TAILIM3. THE CRT. IS STILL THEY COME! AJSV WHY ? ' Bccaiigc wherever yoia g-o tlic cry Is-" ISusIi man's my Tailor !." AND WHY ? BSecause be is the Cheapest and Best Tailor in the Southern J>igtrict. AND HOW DO YOU ACCOUNT. FOR THAT ? Easilyenough.ISecause he does all his own cut tins' and selling'; and when Saturday c...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Dreadful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Dreadful Accident. An accident of-a most serious nature oc curred to Mr. Jbhir Wall, of *Linyon,'on Monday afternoon' lnsf, ia .which, tbe poor fellow had his right shoulder dislocated and right thigh; broken. During the morninir he started in. charge of a mob of cattle, all going well until he ronbhed the lane between the Canberra post-office and ' Mr. J. Shu mack's hotel, when a cowr broke from th«> mob making back in the direo^ion she hud onme, or probably for hor run. Wall at once attempted to Jiead' her, and while endeavouring to do bo carno in contact with n wire fenoe; oyer which > both hims&lf and horse received a severefall; and in addition jto the injuries mwDfionad it is though t .be is hurt internally. We feol for not (inly the poor mnn himself but his large family/who were depending upon his earning* ior their daily bread. ! It is, however, to be hoped the presont.aspect of.things will prove, to be the worst. No small omouot of credit.is due to the Rev. Ca...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Funeral. THE friends of the late GEORGE WILLIAMS are respectfully invited to attend his funeral which will leave his late residence Cullarin at half- past 9 on THIS (SATURDAY) MORNING.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Business Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 August 1881

Business Changes. Mr. James Simons, once host of tho Silu tation, has succeeded Mr. W. Diolcson in that now famous liostelrie known as Dick son's Hotel, formerly the old Commercial, We are sure that Mr. Simons' long experi ence as an botelkeeper will enable him so to conduot the house that it will lose nothing of the prnstigo it has gained as a first-class hotel.-Mr. Simons' successor in the grocery businesa is Mr, T. W, Puleford, a geutloman who, though a s'r/m^er in our midst, will no doubt command a fair proportion of the busi ness done in his line.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

Important Notice. ffIHE Proprietors of tbo "Southern ?Aiiocs,' JL in thanking (be publie of Goulburu »nd Argyle, as well as tbo public of Yass, Cootamuudra, Guuniug, Qoeiiubeyan, Buugendore, Burrows, Murruraburrab, Binalong, nd (bo numerous other plnceB where the Soothrkn AUUUB circulates, beg to inform.them that they bavo now completed arrangements by which The Arg-us will lie issued daily BO that from this date subscribers will receive SIX PAPERS EVERY WEEK instead of three as heretofore. The Proprietors have also decided on making a ltcdnction in the Price of the Anaus; henceforth a single copy may be had for ... . owe jPDEsisrKrTsr. We would most respectfully call attention to tbe benefits which will aocrue from this chance, both to our subscribers and advertisers. Whilst tho former will bu supplied with ALL THE LATEST NEWS of Local and General interest and importance immediately that it is available, the latter will be able to bring themselves and their business more prominentl...

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