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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 3 September 1896
The Marianty Rheumatism Cure ! SURE CURB for BheumatlBm, Sciatica, Gout, eta., is the only R^ul Permnnent Cure known. It nivea Italief in throb hours, and effects » Cure iu 10 to 4.0 uajs, according to tbo Boverity or tho caso. It has no rival or oqual. Hub curod hundreds of the moot hopolosa ci'.'PB, and in a God^oud to tho poor onfforor. We Gond advico FIIEE. To thnso noing tho 2IAR1ANTY CURE,— don'e doopsir, but sond dutailo of yonr sufferings, and got n supply of liio MAEIANTY CUKE. Wo havo Testimonials from many who hnvo bcon long Saffororo— gi7on up by Doctors — who cro now pormonontly- cured. Tho MAEIANTY REMEDIES, undor PROFESSOR WATEEHOUSE'S Treatnuonfc, atUI euro you, when oil othoia fail. Tho JUAEIANTY CUBE is nont direct to any addrons on rccoipfc of Fo3t?,l Ordor or Stamps, carofully vackod, and Poat Frco — 2/G, G/-, and 7/G por bottlo, o? thrao 7/G bottles for XI; fallcourco, S5a Ellariaiity Rheumatism' aK-! (Goiat PMs, ' S/C por box. Special donblo conrco, 30a.; ordin...
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 3 September 1896
? -iv : :§Sv :::'^rigiiiai''Poetry.; ; ? '; \ :'? T'nk following appoarod as a prope note .' ,.'.5a.thiB p'npor last week :— ?W,; :'', BAIRNSDALE POULTET. ?'. .'.- I[dWn to Bairuadulo, down in Gipp3land, ..'..:?'.' (That is the laud whoro tall trec3 gruw), ' mT*Oo£ that colonii'-l cpooiua, - '? - Swagmon 1 niciin, did Ja^ly go. ? Bo'imiac rouud tho tirotty tar7oubip. .:':?'.:.[ ? . Soldering pota nad colling horns, ? : :-\ Bairnedalo treated thora qaito nicoly, ?' '?'???,'. ???'? Minglod como ro^ca with lifo'a thorna ! '?; '. v Soon thoy cow c protty villn, '. 1 . Own'd'by c psrty wbo-o nctao waa Jones ; : Saw somo fino end plninp young ohickono ??? . Lazily psckiug mcr^t from boncn. ? ?' Bill,' said Jnck, ' Do j'on liko poultry ?' ' ? . \Taok, with nn o^th, stlra'd, ' I do.' ' Thon,' caid Bill, ' wo'll havo tho:o BrahmtJD; I know tho way to got thorn, too.' '.' Soon a3 darkness giwo them cafoty, Then wont tho tramps alonR tho roacl, ' ' ' Jack hold in bis baud his cornot, . ? - ' B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 3 September 1896
Fruit-trees, Shrubs, Plants, &c, aloo Grass . Seods, Vegotoblo and ? Flowbr Seeds, all of the very best and most reli able quality, aro offered by I\ L. C. Shep herd and Son, 202 Pitt-otroot, Sydney, tho oldest and most reliable firm in tho colony. Send for a copy (free) of their unrivalled catalogue.-— Advt. j
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 3 September 1896
News and Notes. The '? Daily Telegraph ' oppofoa a, State Kasvk. In tbo1 drath of Dr. Chambers Au.s trulia loses one of her moat eminent mon. Mj. M-Millan Wants to put Mr. Eoidort his ' colonial cath.' Miuo ' Mr.i'Jc Tv/ciu,' r.-ho died the other day, visited Australia ' with tho uumoriQt. blio had a singularly email but beautiful face.. The Catterthun covoioiguo hr.vo boon well tormed ococ.n ' current coin.' They aro soiling aa curio3 at 22o Gd. But every sovoreiya ia a c\ii-iouity theso hard times. Tho Labor Bureau- iu to be rouioved from ita altogether too conspicuous poui tion in George-strco'j, near tho Railway Station. Cecil Rhodes has vstrieved hio position. ? Ho mot tho rebclliouu Mp.ts.bolo chiofs ' unarmed ' and exacted from them pro- .', miaoa of pcr.co. Thia ia bettor than tho . inglorious Trcnavaafc biisineaa. . . ,',' ? Tho other day N.S.V/. sent a lady' miGsioDCry to China. B3' way of balanc-1 . ing matters aho hao juot; chipped 191ep-;i or3 to tho yellow lend.- I Tho...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 3 September 1896
'::':: v ''?'?;';:'?; Items of Sport. 7; , ,_. _ -, , ....... P .? The. cycling boom has reachod ita cli raai, but an early 'alump is net antici '. pated. ' ' i '. It ? ia reported from Melbourne that Wallace ia lame. 7 Confirmation is ro , quired. Any report might be circulated . - ', ? about tho craok horses for the mighty ' ' gallop. Melbonrno sportsmen have decided to beneflt mcoting. Old Bushman added anothor victory to hiB lengthy list by ^7inning tho eteopleB ut RosehilL Ho wao not expected, as . Over was the pride of the public. Over ? was clovorly boaton by threo longtho. Irejale holdo tho batting avorago of Australians, 38 ruuo. Trotc cornea nest 1 with- 35, as far as tC3t (matches aro con cerned. For bowling in teat matches IVI'Kibbon beats Trott by a point. F,.r the wholo of tho mr.tcheo played . to dato Gregory hes tlio top batting average of 83§, Darling iouost with 811. Jones holds the highest average for bowling, JI'Kibbon precsing him closely. Rosestom, tho Caulflcl...
THE IRISH NATIONAL CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
THE IRISH NATIONAL CONVENTION. The Liboral newspapers complain that no schemo for unity has been j'reseutod to tho Irish National Convention at Dub lin. The Convention, thoy add, i;j a dis couraging epectaclo, and tho anti-Liboral attitude of the priesta is ' brutally plain.'' In (ho CQurso of un interview, Mr. Timothy M. Healy, M.P., said that both he aad Mr. John Dillon vrcro uulit i'or tho loaderphip of tho Irish Parliamentary party, as they both represent faction;!. Tho colonial uclegatoa at tho Iriah National Convention have issued :?, man ifesto in which they B?.y thoy are con vinced that tho Convention oarneatlv dc uiros tho unity of the Irioh party on tho basis of a Uirtjority rulo. Mr. John Dillou, tho leador of tho Irish National party, utateu that if unity io rc otoio I in the party, the oppooition of the unitotl Irish membei'si on Imperial ques tiona in the IIouso of Commons will ren der tho government of Ireland impossible. Tho Irish National League of Great Britain has...
TROUBLED TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
TROUBLED TURKEY. The Sultan of Turkey is greatly con cerned over tho rofusal of tho Foreign Legations to illuminate in honour of tho Sultan'g birthday celebration. Ho com plained that tho neglect to honour him had a bad effect upon the troops. The foreign Ambasyridori', in reply, stated that tho rejoicing v/oro out of placo after the for.vful outrages which have recently boon perpetrated. Tho British squadron han bcea ordered to tho Levant, and Sir Phillip Currio, tho British Ambassador, v/holr.-.r; b^cnabaeut from Conctiititinople, v/fl?. .oturn im mccliatoly. Austrir., Gcrmtruy and F.i'.r;r-;a row dis play greater sympathy v/ilh Lord Salis bury's policy, and hope to coriiuol Turkey to effect the noccssv.ry rerorrn.-j.
The New Photography. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
\ ^— ? . ? ? — ? ? ? ? TSae W©w B'koiogiT.pliiiy. New developments of the X rays (says . the London 'Daily Telograph') aro taldng placo, the latest being c. system of olcotric lighting for tho interior of the human franio. No dynamo or other elab orate appaiT.fcun ia required. The machinovy conr-ists of a ampJl transparent 'i- pill, which iusfecd ov contairing aloes ' . and aeap, ia charged -with tho Rontgon rcy3. Tho ptitiont awallows it, and it at once lights up hio internal economy, and greatly facilitates tho iuvostigation of his medical advisorn. Whon tho light goer, out tho tranopnrcnt capsulo simply melts away. A eoncempov.iry sayo : — ' It is an American vrho hau iavontcd tlio Rontgon pill, but it io quito ovidont that the oyototn is capable oC much wider utility than a movo aid to dicgnosio. With v. supply of theso pillo in his poclcot every man io capable of becoming Lis own latr.n-post. 'and o«i tl\o darkest of nights may turn himGclf into an ambuln , tory Iighthou8o to t...
Cable Items. THE RIOTS IN CONSTANTINOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
Cable Items. THE RIOTS IN CONSTANTINOPLE Ti:imiui.i: dotails aro being received from coveral quarters ao to tho maaaacro of Armenian:! in Constantinople l.'.:it week. It ia reported that ovory male Armenian in the city was massacred. In ono caco a party of 51 Armenian women and children took refugo on a flat roof, but thej- were diHcovcrod by tho TurK3, v/no f.uica tno r. -inio ol tliem ana threw thoir bodicu into tho u(root:i. Numbers of Armenian women were outraged and then driven int.) tho Bosphorii3 to drown. Tho Armcniaua fought dc.ipnratoly, but woro ovorcomo by uupoviov numbow. During tho fighting -!00 Turkish soldicrj periohed. Thetiuthorities of' tho Imperial Ottoman Bank, fcuring tho complicity of soino of their omployeau v/ith tho r.tinck oa the b.'.n!:, mi-.do acearch, and Li'.vo cinco dii- covorctl c marrj of dj'ii'imito uudor the main olaircas'.1. /..g a couficouer.cc, they have decided to rnnd thov/holo of their Armcuian cmployeoo abro.-.d. It 3o believed that tho -10...
A Terrible Death. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
? ? A Terrible ©catSj. A siiockinq rovelatiou wca raado on board tho Nowct'.atlo and nuntor River Co. 'a steamship Namoi on Jtonday morn ing, .31st ult., tending to oliow that a Btovraway wna litonilly roasted to death by'thc heat fi-om the bclloro during the trip from Newcastle on Saturday, night cock wont on board tbo vcisol, nud.waa horrified to sco c burnt, diacploured, huddled licnp of humanity on top of ono of. the boilore. Ho gave the alarm, and -V tthe officora and men wore coon upon the '*?'-. 'uceno, followed rapidly Ly tho police The Water Police, took charge of the body and from' tho information to hand they crodit the theory that the man wa3 a stow away. For ono thing, it seems that a man named Edward Balfour saw an in dividul, whom he believes to be tho de cpafaod, loitering about the gangvray at tho whr.rf at Nowcustlo. The body is tbat of a man abou 30 years of age, thin built and 5ft Sin. in hoight. Nothing ?wt. found in hia possession to disclose identification. He...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
'Kicnias of SjjoL't. Ro303tcm, the hurdler, broko hio leg while being schooled tit CauHLold and hao been destroyed. Mr. II. C. Whito 5o very nnr.iouo to race in. England. Ho inuiato upon, haviug au Australian trainer to atlond to Liu cage. Victorian aportamon v.-ill mi£3 tho Hon. Gcorgo Davis, whouo death weo very aud den. Mr. Davis wug idoutified v/ith the turf for '10 years. Largo Holds contorted ovcry ovont at the Tattoraall'o meoting. There vrcro l2o starteni in both Spring Handicap r.nd tho Two-year-old Stakc3. For tho Spring Handicap at Randv/ick the Cup horso Roko was made a. pheno menal favorito at 5 to 2 in. a licld of 2~-. The colt led into tho straight, but r,v;or ved widoly and wan bcatou by Checkmtto who was littlo backed. Patriot, tho cccond favorite in a big field, pulled oft Tatuirsnll's Two-year-old Stal;e3. Amberito was backed down to 2 to 1 (in a lield of 2o) but wns uotamoug tho iirat dozen. Mr% Sou Ilordern haB Gecurod yet ano ther St. Simon .stallion, his Engli...
Original Poetry. WE extract the following from the "New South Wales Educational Gazette":—JILAGUT—A CHILDREN'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
^ Original Poetry. W» extrsot tha following ftom the 'New i 8 juth Walei Ednoational Gatette ' t— [: JILAQUX-A OHILDBEN^ SONG. 'Tone—' AH Among the Barley.' . -? 'I-' September. Bweet September, Gay. Hvely, yeHoi* -w*U». - ? WlUfthe odor c*u«ht In paisftg ftn»f«toMiewAttletreiB8; ? j ????.'??'?? CHofeiiB. I Break ttio wattle 'gnily, I Blend with waratab; I They oro omblomn of. our own land, - I And fonnd both near and far. I - ir I From border unto border,' I From Alma to the ooa... I The wolcomo. wattle blOBBom I GWeB honey to the bee. I' S6ft opriupr is fluah'd with beauty, I Worm annny daje appear, H With a golden wtoath Septembor I Is orown'd qnden of the year. I m- I , Green grows the grass ; -nild fiowora | Delight no with' tholrhnoj I The eonthern world iB baniinor I 'Neath skiea of cpotloca blno ; I ThomagpiefiarcelycpordshornoBt, ? ? Whilewood'dnckj build in troaa, ? ' And the cockatoo flocta oprending I Ply ?nhoeling at thoir caso. I- IV. 1/ loot's form pay picnic parties ...
Delegate Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 9th SEPTEMBER. (Before Messrs. R. L. D'Arcy, R. Liddle, D. Campbell, and D. Rankin, Js.P.) WAGES CASE.—ANDREW BYRNE v. C. W. EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896
/: p::':;; ?'^igat^'Palicc .. Court. .? : .':' ;': .?''??:'t'-'.''' ','?'???':'' — _!*— — - — ? ' ':. : X-. ^Elti^SDAY/atb. SEPTEMBER. '??':?? .(Before Mpasrn.. R. L. D'Arcy, R. Liddle, ? ?'; : i.D.VCampboll, and D. Rankin, Jn.P.) '.^rAOKS cage.— Andhkv Byhne v. C. W. -... ,-.' '?'??' ? ' EVANfl. ??ANMiuw Byiime, on oath, deposed : Ho '?'*?' wa laborer rcti'iding at Delegate ; ho ' xb'cGived a letter from dofoudantin Goul :?? burn in March last., vAhluz him to- go to. ' -Bblo^c'io with him an groom at Toma' Hotel ; wroto to defendant tolling him that bo v/ar, going shearing with Jack Baldwin, but would £;ce him when going through. Coofiumuulra; took railway tickeii to Hay, and broko his journoy at Cootnr-iuudra, v.hero he saw Evans ; told him ho did not caro to go to Dolegato with him, but 'eventually dccidod. to no so ; oaternd into an agreement with dofen dant at Coutc on l!th April, and came on to Delegate : there was no r.grco ._ment mudo an to tlio rato of wages to bo paid, but...