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Australia and Japanese. MR. F. T. BULLEN'S REFLECTIONS. CHAT WITH MR. DEAKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Australia and Japanese. MU.F. T. BOLLEN'S REFLECTION'S. CHAT WITH ME. DEAKIX, Mn. FnANK T. Bullkn, in ouo of his ? letters to tb.0 London ' Standard' on Iiis visit to Australia, describe:) the -reception in Melbourne of tho Japaneso ?cruiaors lost year: — 'They wont ?everywhere,' ho says, ' and saw erory tbiiip;, ovory hospitality that tho city ?could chow, both olHcinl and private, Tioin/r showered upon fbom. I was literally amazed at the shore of on tliueiaem manifested by tie people, I which, perhops, readied its nemo irhou eoino hundreds o£ the men, accom panied by n large detachment of our ?own bluejai'kots from tbo Psyche and Cerobus, marched through, the prin cipal streets on their way to a laugh garden pnrtynt tbo Zoo. The streets ?were paclteel as tbiokly with shouting, ?excited people aa would have beon tlie ease in London or Liverpool, and the air rang with banzais, I was stand ing at one of tho windows of tho 'Vienna Cufo, whither I had beon in cited to luuoh by Mr. A. H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
^ Jo the ftesidentg ; of the SoUtH Boast 2)istriets. ' We wish to inform our patrons that we are now *)-0*\'fJlJj?7 ' choice and splendid n»sortment of all the latest do.igiw «? SUITINGS. . ' SERGES, FANCY VKSTINGS, and TROUSERINGS. Wo should be pleased to forward a full rango of Sample' on application- ( NOTE ADDRESS: 'HAGON BROS.' MERCHANT TAILORS. 107-9 OXFORD ST.^ly) j w n _Wo nlih to »t-t-i Hint T. D. PRITeHHRD ii onrorir MlIiorlMd Bopre. J Mnt»tlro who to .ol»lT 'MM to rocelro ordor. »na collect mono,, on our tab.11^ ? J The soit you wont is tho beat, and thnt is my sort- ?? ? You Want a SULKY, and Yon Must Have a Good One QMS. COMMONS CAN SUPPLY YOU Equal in Material and Finish lo a Sydney one. MOOF — Our Prizes against Competitors ia tho Show ring. Goachbuilding, Wheelwrighting, Blacksmiihing, and Shoeing. Uy Experienced Mon. ' ? jnOXMOXCiEHY of all hinds, also l'OTTIE'3 H0R3B AND CATTLE MEDICINES, stocked, ' Sole Agent for N HY-!AA:\ & BROOKS, Coaehbuilders, Boga. m...
Our Telegrams. SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Our Telegrams. (Fnost ouri Connnsi'oNDK.srs.y . ? 'Syosr.y, Friday A ahocklnD, trngody has occurrod nt I St. Petern. Josuuli Loith, aged 45, a I laborer, shot H. A. Medburat, ogod 00 I dead, with a revolver, and than oom mittod Biilelde liy shouting himself. I For some timo Loith and his wife had I boon soparuted, and jealousy; i9 tho I supposed motivo. - - ? 1 W.-P. Crick nppearod lioforo tho I Full Csurt to show causa why ho I should not bo struck off 'thb'rolla. Mr, I Reid, who appeared for Crick, argnod I that it was .'a'nfatr for ?'tho Itourt to I como to . any idecisioa i until .lit was I known whether tho Attcriioy-Ooiicral I intended to proceed further- against I Criolc. Tho. mattor was allowed to I stand ovor gonerally, tho Law Inaft- I tite in the memtima tn i»^ri.;.. I whether Criolt would bo furlhori.rjeo cutod. Tho P.W.U. have decided to nslc for 2us por 100 for ahoda in N. 8. Wulos, Queensland, and part of S.A., nn in croaea oJ Cs per 100 ovor tho prevail ing rates. Th...
Wool Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Wool Rcnorts. .-. MoBBrs. Schuto,BoU and Co.roportJ nnder dato February 12 :_We«ub mittod ^catalogue of 1170 bnlos yes terday ho selection comprising a fow' good clips, but being laraelv com. ?posoo of station oddments. Competi tion was animated for all descriptions good wools boing in particularly kZ request. Lambs ' wool sold at an ad- i vaneo on laet woeVe rates, with .Sabg aomand ourreut/ Good scoureds are rondily placed at full rates. Wo sold _- ___..„„ „„„ ,,ciTo.ieiy , 1402 bales S^r^ts^w^S aSo^^natr^0-^^ . Winohoombo, Carson- nnd Oo T M
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
'^?^ -.Scljopi- of -Arts. ;:..- v The uaual monthly'rmBetirig-.o.tvtho .OoramU(ee;.:iof--ho''Abpve^VW'BB^eld:^'a :-Woane^ay;':--':;Air;'E.&B*-iili':'«)oapiea 'tho;'pliair^':;-;:;:;:^:;i,;,y:;:rt5 ?Sy ^}: . CorreapohaencoVns read from Angus and Roburtaon regarding ; -the' coat ot tho Soientiflb Ainerican'23« nar'anniim with postap;o 2/0 and lesslO'pbr'cont. I'rom Mr.,Miner, M!.L.A., re subsidy, : stating ^thitittio; matter, would havo attention ;- from'IIonrB. B. O'Connor ro same, informing tho Committpa '.th'q'i I a cheque for'amoiintof siibsidy^wouW '.O-.p1^— 7- rO3T:'?.J;-'iVray- ruoin'oila) asking for ', informatibn rogarding tho proposal to. install hnnt^lnnn ).»?-'' : V Apooun ' ia amounting to, M 3 8« 1 Od were passedfor paymsnt.: .; Vf!.!-. . ' :.P.n tho motion of .Messrs. Mollyeen and Jonah Goodman tlio Book Com. Imittob were' autuorisod to 'purohaso jiew books for tho Library nt a coat of ^.Affier considering tlio ?want of ad ditioniil seating aocommbdationLwhich WI...
Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Latest Cablegrams. — -♦ ? 1 Lonbox, Wodnosday I Tho efoamor Lnrehmont, collidad with a collior off tho oast const of the U.S.A., and sank in 10 minutes. SI10 carried upwards of 200 passengers and a crew of .'10. Tho Cnptuin and 1 H nfciinr* Mnnrin,1 tL. _u ? t. * fonred the romaindor periBhod. Men and women foughfHorcoly for places iu tbo boats, nnd many woro drownoi' in tho struggle. Out.of niuo person* in ono boat, SBven wore frozen to doath ; one cut hia throat. A groat convontion of women hold in London passed a rosoultion ox prassing ipdignatibn that no mention was -made -in the ''King's speech re garding Womon's Suffrago. ' Seven hundred Women mttrbhed to tho House of. CommonB.lto presont tho rosolu tiou, sipglng 'Halldlujah' on the wiy-':: Police triodtodispBrse the pro cession, but tlio bulk of the women reached -.thororitrahce; and ''clamoured for tho Prims Miniater;1. A'doxen forced tUo-/;J'way-''ln'ti-;'iti9^io.l»6^.'.vA.'fter1 a ileroe, struggle, CO 'were arrested.
St. Philip's Church Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
St. Philip's Church Concert. The concert in aid of tbo funds of tho above Ohurch was well nltonded, tho hall boing paolted with an 'appreciative, audionoe. . V . . ? .-.', '.', ? -. ?? W- ?? The 'first part consisted of so:igs_ and' raeitatinno, tho local artists being ably,, assisted by Mies Salmon, Mesew. W/ .Bombalo.rwlio came Ilirout'h at. 'much personal inconvenience, 'to whom and to tho local urtists a voto of thanks was accorded by the nudi oiice' at the inetdnca of Mr. Uootli (hon. seoretary). . Mr. . W. O'C'omiell and Mrs. Watson actod aa occompan ists, Miss Boll (UombaLO uclin^ in that capacity for the visitors from Bombala, For tlio second.. part /Hie Dolosato Amateur Minstrel and DramatioSoJietv'l Btoged tho farce, ' A Hogulnr Fix' which had been staged previously in well, or perhaps better, than on tho former oocasioii, and created no end of I amiisomont, espoeially whon « Jimmy Smilor,' tho bailiff, introduced a local gag. The east of charaotors, with the oxcoption of ...
Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Public Meeting. A Firnuo moctiiiR-, attended by 25 resident', was hold'ht tho School of Arts on Wednesday (convened by tlm Progross Assaoiation) to conr.ider tlio quostioii of tho suggested virfit of tho Uovornor-Cicncral, to Delegolo. On Iho motion of Messrs. Cooporand Watson, Mr.-E'Bioth was votoil to tho chair and briefly expluiued tho object of (lie meeting, iCorrospondailco rolativo to tho visit, was read from Mr. Austin Chapman. Mr. Dobbio proposed, and Mr Cooper eoconded tbat tho Govornnr Qcnorul bo ontertatnnd on his arrival in Uelogate. Mr. II. Watson supgosteil that a comraittoo bo forniod to arrangn nml carry oat a programme, nnd to adviso tho form tho reception should taka Tho question ivas whether tho pro posed visit would bo of bcniiUt to tho mstrict, no tnougut u would, auil out ot deference to Mr. Chapman, the matter should bo favorably considered. Mr. G. D. Walcot thonglit that tho matter should bo looked clearly in thu faco, tho oxpenso. would amount to moro than a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
HE^S HKMgOlTSSl? to Premises lately occupied by WITTON & CO. EVERY DEPARTMENT Is replete with, the BEST GOODS PROCURABLE, and at the VMM w iLm wm:k t jPME(nmm 2 Drapery, \ Grocery, , .Ironmongery, Busfieirs Tea and ^ Ooffie, ;f ' Undoubtedly the BEST LINES ON THE MARKET. ALL feOGBS BELITEHED AS USUAl||| 1 ~ _ — — — ^— — — — ~~~ '— in®!}, ^^^ *Rii^ ' * 1 ? ! ]UST the fresh, Natural ^J^/Wto^ J flavor of Pure Te^ M ^'W& ? I Fra eremf bemuse J^mAx* li CiMi^Wltl I tt z$ Bxsfs / l/^^^M^ ^r^ \ 4 A ! 'The maoiam packed 'f%^^^f flM^^M ! '^printed on the ^iy_^r '' t? ;^P '1 end of even- packet ^^^:«sr',,vf^:,J^^ ? I ^prwf tot it is 'T^M^W1 j |i N l^-Buv Wb. of BifhelFs and taste its 'I if %^rance %-oui*self. | ?| -' -V^ 1,'\ Fk« Grades, fVcL; 1/- ' to 2/- per lb. '--? - J
Cathcart. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
... . .- . ~.': CaihcErt. ?? ??!?'???? ''. 181 points of rain vroro recorded for the .?weob; -???.??:.?? y,-.-.-.-.--- ......................... ?...-. -'?'?' :'' ' ° . . . ? 6' ' .':'V'1-; ''''I : .Tho prosidont of th'o tennis club informs I ine tliat donations received sinco tho rocent ball brings tho.totiil receipts to about ^85. . ? ' . ? o '???'- ???'?. ''.'?. ' -'n ' ' : '? ? 'I Tho pupils.of tllo Oathcart.Publio Sohool '? mvo prosontoa -:Mr.^'Ward, lato -puoiL teaclier hero, with a silvBrmdnated shavini Botv-; '.??? : .?:::????;?:',',?.. ??::;j:.-..--.-,. .?,??.;.?' ?f:_-r)~'-\ ':'^-.v;'V:.o ?'???':;: -''?'}?':? !'o'''-' ':- Mi'.'', 'giS1^;^ v-.Ptewort despatched', a mob of .?'?''??; ?!' ;--''.o.'V ;.;'K:v:-'^oY;''('' ' t71f'i1^°rbilt*»i™re.iaanufiioturodat' tlio. local faotory Iaai mpnth. Suppliers' worlungand other oxpenscs. '??''? ?*.??? '?' ?'?'-?..?????? :'o. ''...- :'..':- '.:..??.:? :/0': ? ??? ? ?'' ' . It has bora doaidod toprosont MrGorfou .Stewart, -vrith a'glddsto...
From Our Correspondents. Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
pi^Oir GoiTBuHiJeits. . Bombala. Tho infant daughter of Mr. and Sirs, Brazier, of tho hospital, died on Sun day last. ? ! , , . : o ' ' o A enake, 4ft. Oin. in length, wan killed by Mr. A. J. Norria near the R.C, Prosbytory last week. Tho following applications were lodged at thi Lands Office during tbo wook:— S.L., F. U. Dawson, pariah Bomlinlo, 150 ncres; S.L., Wr. N. Stono. parish Uombaln, 1G0 aores ; C.P., W. Plntts, pariah Gulgin. 11(1 acros nnd 100 aorce ; A.LV, T. Gaits, pariah Tiugaringi, to 320 acres oach. o o ' ; , An inquiry was hold on Friday last at Cambaloug by Mr. C Murphy /Coroner), into thn cireunantnnnfla imr ronndlng tho death of Edward John Ulrick, who accidentally shot himnolt on that day. From tho ovtdonce it seams that tho deaeased who was em ployed at Cambalonir, rabbit poison ing, wont out with W. J. Cox nt 8.30 a.m. with a poison cart in which they woro riding. Cox had a poa ri/lo and doceauori n double-barrol gun, the latter boittg loaded with two shot car...
Fashion in Furs. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
Fashion in Furs. llrasi.i.v snblo is tho mn*t cx^mtint fur in general uoo. Thi' -Un*. like thoso of iniut nnimils ulii.'h prnviiln higlily-prizoi fura, aro I.eoomi.^ vi.ry scarce, and prices in recont vi'-» Imvn boon nbnonnilly lii^h. Mnff», mnde price nccordinsr to tho qinlitv uf the Bkins from £:',0 to i'.'.O, and tied from £45 to £100. .MnlY-i of Hunuli m Bublo, nmith.ir boautiful fur, ranuu from £10 to £18, while a sin-lu-akin tio will ? cost £0. Fasbion has riocreed thnt rauff.-i shall bo larger in eizu and /latter in shapo than tho old barrel stylo at ono time in favour. Cnro has to h.- tnkon in matohiilir tho skins, so tliut b:-th Bides of the muff nmy look nliko. Tho addition of the bond and tail of tht) animal is regarded as essential to :i good llnieh to tho muff. Fur, baum, stone, and Japanuae martens furnish furs that are at proKOnt oxtromely fashionable. The martens nre carni voroua animals, fending on birds anil their eggs, mice, &c. They spend moBt'of thoir ti...
The Poseidon Rush. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
? The I'oscidon Iliisb. Jddoud from n purely mininjr etnml point tho I'osoidon rush is bnfiling j that is (o say it han tew chnrnot. rislics which permit of a comparison being inptitutod with otlior liol.la. Nn practical miller of lorifo ctporienoo of Australian 'ciining would havo ox pe'cUdto UDd a hifrhly-auriforous belt whoro the ground is now riddled with holes. This is Lost proved by tho fact that tho ground had boon practically nofrlootod for many yours. '. In some gonernl ulinrnctpristica tho field rosemblos tho Wrddorhurn -lis- triot lying botwoon Wedderburn Junc tion and tho township, but minera who Iiaro boon at I'oucidou sinco tin: rush began ngreo that there is n bott»r nn eot than all mining knowledge with trliiob' ono should start prospecting hnro— that is simply gooil luoli. Ttio roof, whioh i4 boliovotl to havo at one* held all tho l'osoidon gold— the Wool shed reef — runn due north and Bouth along tho crest of a hill, which forma tho eastern boundary of (ho rush. It...
ONSTIPATION CONQUERED. Another Success for Bile Beans. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 February 1907
ONST1PAT10N CONQUERED. I Another Success (or Bite Beans. «' If I vote a-ikcx! to specify tho disouao or ailment of tlie -luy, I should uuliraitaUncly oimvor— ' Constiim Ho says ono of tho grootest medical writer, of tho present day.. Undoiibt- | cdly ho ia riglit I Just imogino a town with ovory dram s oppod. \\ouM you bo surprised to find pesti tonco and r..»»r ..l.niiiul? Hardlvl Wlioro Con stipation oxistx, tho drains whirli Nature Iia9 provided to clrar tho body i of iU impurities oro out of ordor. and tlio impurities aro left in tho body. Tlio result is that ovory organ -.f thj body U rendered foul. Tho liver and -liBi-ativo orKnns Income clogged ami .unable to fuTfil their proper f^t'ons. thn nnnutitu 3 destrovod, tno lioau «Uit'Thcs or feels dull and heavy, j ?he o is he»t and ferori.lincs., a dreary doii't-care-Bbout-anytbins f™»'8. « iciwation of irritability with every- , body 'lid everything. Sonietiniis, also, Cmisti|iatioii bnn«a on Piles. , \ow if you havo nuy of theso...
Delegate Post Office Time Table. MAILS LEAVE DELEGATE FOR— [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 February 1907
Delegate Post Office Time Table. BTaimi Leave Delxoatf. Fon — C'raigie, Bombala and Sydney, &o., daily (Sundays ezcopted) at 2.30 p.m. Corrowong and Wallondibby, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 10.00 a.m. Bondoc, Bonnng, Orbost, &c, Mon day and Thursday at 12.30 p.m. '? HozynsW's, Monday and Thursday at 11 a.m. ? Tomhong, Wednesday and Saturday at 10.1B a.m. ? . , . -' : Kirkenong and Delegate River, &--., .Monday and Thursday at 10.30 a.m. Mails Ahmvf. Vnoii— Sydnoy, Bombala and Craigio daily (Sundays oxceptod^ at 0.30 a.m. Corrowong, Monday, TuoBday and Thursday at 1 p.m. Kirkenong, Monday and Thursday at 4 p.m. Tombong, Wednesday and Saturday at 7.40 p.m. Rozynski's (Lower Bendoo), Mon day and Thursday at 0.30 p.m. OrboBt, Bonnng and Bondoc, Mon day and Thursday at 11 a.m.
My Little Mountain Home. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 February 1907
My LiUIc Mountain Home From cost to wost. from nnrili toBOulb, wherever 1 ninj Btrar, There's no other plnco ho. door to mo no my litllo mountnln Iiomo; Where, under its rudo hiiil humble roof, I Piiorxl tho hopjiy hpuru, And stroll tlw Snowy Rivor bunks, contented niul nloiioi Let tboeo wlio wish for, havo the buBtling city life. But give me the -jlliqt niounloin Innd, with its winding paths to roam, That fills the heart with gladness, for no sorrow can lurk there, Where the birds sing sneoting in the trees, around my little mountain 3iome. ;3iy ^ihe .way, I bore may say, some .years ha?o how gone by | ' Since a place wbb winoly choson, and our politicians all Who came up to Uslgety, saw it, and ? spoke in glowing forms At such n well-adapted sito for the Federal Capital, ? Surely the time is drawing nigh; whon I shall sea the walls arise , Byjthe hands o! skilful tradesmen, ; who require a plnco of health To erect a noble, etruoture, for dura : bility hnd strength ; To be a lastin...