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Miraculous Escape from Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

Miraculous Escape, from Death. On Sunday last, Mr.i W.< Keating, throe, members.of. his Tamily, and: two" friends, J had n most miraculous escape from being killed. Mr..Keating was driving a pair of horsed,in the direction of Mr. P. W. Hume's, on tlie .Binalong ropd, when the animals, .usually 'quiet, fboltedyWd were going at a terrible pace: in tliejidirection of , the bridge over the Burrowa river. Mr. Keating, seeing the horrible danger if the horses came iii' contact with the bridge, suddenly turned them in the bush, and one of the wheels coming in collision with a log, overturned thtf,''f vehicle, the horses still going about* twenty' yards. Mrs. M. A. O'Brien, nurse, Maggie Keatingj aged 10 years, and Willie Keating were, thrown out at first; 'the former having her collar-bouo' broken, ithe> little girl, her arm broken above the elbow, and ^Willie/Keating^ sustaining cuts on the <bejid^jan)i|br,uj/e'&',^MrJ Keating clungj to; >:liis!;'otlicr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singular Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

Singular Divorce Case.? ? Ono of tho..uuosfcrsingular oases .oveij, brought' before' tlio divorce;'courts in Vic-: iitoria^orjolsewljero 1ms just been initiated in 'Melbourne (says tiie.Bullarat Courier). .The. respondent, a", well-known member ,of; the; police force, entered into the holy bonds oft wedlock about 18 months; ago-ho boingj then1 on tho shady side of the fifties-with, a[ liuxom and-.remarkably,;.\Tell-to-do widow, of itlftftstili^tiooro) m<StuM".a^ei9^6p^ho^ re vers-; fjtfguhe:order'of&ttiings ,,a!$laid<aown in; tlio church service^ endowed.* the ;vbridogroom with all ,her worldly floods, consisting of a ? house, valued';'with; its furniture, at £:)000, "together^vi^fth'oi handsome sum of £5000,j . ly'ing sung andl.safo in one.of tlio; banks ;of| the city. The happy man, who is said to have^ t. hid *no property 'of his own; ;prGviouBi^.toWhis4'matrimonial/;' conquest; i natuially , beconia ] the > cynosure of all oyos amongst his own ci...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Robbery at Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

'*' Robbery'at Deniliqum. r^.c.On'"'M«nday. ovoning (suya: tne Chronicle) a robbery was committed tit; Mr. W. AlauJ-, Iconzio's residence,-at:North.^Deniliquioj',hy> whioh jawels, &o:,!.to tlio valno.of BDiiie; £45 i(tbG'.property^ofti?!Mi8a E. Mackenzie )£ wje're f'taiionf'y'(Siib'aeqriently,< »t.1 (o'wf a^tiolua| were ?fon'nd' un\l|r("a1 tree near thej( BedifolJin,;] Jul. JtlAl'suBpectu'difelon has not yet buotijjiiooess f'ully traoed. ' T

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

Larrikinism. The following' is .a new clause, that Sir George Lines intends to move in £he Criminal Law Amendment Bill, upon the' recommittal of that measure :-If any young male person under or apparently, under the, a^aibMii^but'nliq'vp-' seven years,; shallj''|ih' anyJst^ep&.jbr 'public place, andin'company; tvmhlany);otlier personybe guilty oftaujiasr. saul't'^dr shall," wlietlier alone or.in company, use therein any obscene or filthy,language, or any insulting language' or posture cal culated to provoke a breach: of the pence, or. ;shall maliciously .or wantonly;!destroy or damage,'! or ; attempt to destroy or': damage, any? growing."tree, shrub, or plant iir any paries or garden, or shall steal anv,;fruit, tor-* v ege t a b I e, o r j fl o we r;'t h erei n; Fo r.1 s h al I , i n, ad y.. street or public; place, throw any stone or other missile so as ,io endanger,,tho,;Safety^ofj. ii n y person, ho '.s h a I b e' 11 a Li I a ^ to i mmodi a to' apprehension.: by any const...

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

W: ',V ^ Parliamentary. 5 ; " Tho' Legislative /Assembly had a" short" sitting on Fridny ntght. The Yule of Oiwydd Mining Company's Bill WHS road the'second timo and carried through com uiittee; and Mr. W. J. Walson!s motion in reference to the purchase of^..diamond (.drills to assist miners and others vir^dWelOpinB' tha mineral resources of tho oolouy!' wan withdrawn, on the promiso of th0;Govera luunt that n sum of money should bo plucod on the Estimates for supplying .diamond drills to bo used in boring fox* waier' at);woil «s for thorpurpqses/.riamGd' by thelhon. mom'" : ber. rHTbe Na vigaIion^Bni|:!;wa8|?iotvoduced and rtmd the'first time.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Impudent Burglary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

1 Impudent Burglary. OnWodnosdny evening a rumor was our ront in Dubbo that' the, shop of Messrs." 8. Phillips & On., watchranJtoraj,and^'owolIera of Miioquarip-strea^'lm'd' been ^rokoniinio, and ,,'tibout £400 ' wth£pf,;jowollD»y,kcon siating of wntolibs,'tings, pins, &o., hod boon stole". ^Oa.inquiry,\thovapnrt provedlto bo ? j -I ^ - j-4- vA 'displayed,'[Qn the ground;) jTbayj'lmd b'eon i emptied'' of : t b e i r{o0 p t d nt e,r-jjh»*;;) P ^ P®r °r, rpbliers evidently jtVrning: 'out e*vory|hipf<f i ringB/,watohe8i\eUaipBf'vS,broaobe6ii'ijnoo.W^it ,pinaj eto.V on tU0 'floor,Xand o»rryii)^ :tlioin away in a bag. The burglar evidtMitly ltu» >v where to put hiB hand upon the most v«lu ,ab}a: ap)iolves, a?\(]y ompti«*il flevep^jS^he^pwll capos contoiniilg,most valuable and'reoUe'ioljo articles;*^ Buohr bb~ladios'i "Albfe'rl 8|'T'w'atobcp,: 'rings, &oi!v;Beveral^ofthe small glssa ahow boxes iu the window"wero'arao"gutto"d~';rTiro ( counter oases, w...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Vacant Portfolio. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 August 1881

The'Vacant Portfolio. i Speculation iS 'iifodn- the nirule of.ipolitios as^ to:-who isto. be the .new,; Mines. .Minister/ florins i8i'.avdvsev'to':v;^anyA'm6rQ>.oQ\'omi'>' (is lie Orjn.*B'pssTlthe^whol6;!l?u8jues8i;df«llio_ publiod o m a inj^hej saypjjp fa3.u p.."Ss^ li e; vis < an-; other Jiinalr in "fife Ministry, his advoe is not likely to bo tnlcon. G; A. Lloyd s has liis " huagle. hi; upon the:. post, but fts he has not yet'f?ot through fKing-ai^eet/xli^' show in not deemed a_ ^good\pne^_The 0. M. G's name is fr0ely "trieu11onu*d, ^ana so mo «ny that he'll got it. ''One thin^ in his favour- is, ho Mmduratandsi^ '^underground eng'ueerin^/?rindvanofhor'is^bTTiH jsublrmfllj^ ?? ij/tibranVbf;mining,'^ r)eyon'd':pronioJtiri]j*io6m-, p»ni»s. n-Tho probabilijips are that theoffioe( will not.be filled up .until the' Royal'Dom missiouer imports on the Milburn Greek nwiird distribution,' ,whiuh th^'y^dp»say; WHS like'tlia Rifts nt-'those 'porformnnoes of-| Zulu Thompson'...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

SS3USLi3a3Sff CHAPTER XIX -CONTINUED. THEY went out on to the terrace, and, after one or two (urns up aud down, Elletj Bind, " Now this will never do, I was quite for getting the object of my bringing you out here. Next time we come to that end, we will go down the stepB and down the avenue. You have never seen it yet, and you have no notion bow pretty it is." " Never seen it yet? What a forgetful little puss you are ! Don't you recollect .that I drove up it on the night of our first meet ing ?" he said, " You did nothing of the kind, sir! Not that you could liuve seen its beauties out of the window of that liorriblo old poBt-chaise, if you bad looked ; but that was the north avenue ; this is south ; and when we get to the end of it, I will give you a treat. I will show you the prettiest lodge in England, with the pretttest lodge garden, and the prettiest lodge keeper, Mrs. J3radstock.' Frank Scorrier stopped suddenly in bis walk, and leaned somewhat heavily against the balustrade. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

liois:_be.e^ery; 1b bsisw-isoasp f« i ?< IB MOEiV IS O A»j for tho above FIIRST,' CXiASS AJLI3 ^.by, MoBsre. J/guid lifi BASNKa.jUootamuudra ; .nd'aUtbo'Browiiry by. *bxit\& l£ i \& fJkMES'Hofais'oN.' , ' 7 !Wp«te<I,. 7 7 7 "|,0 OR SO HOYS to JoKtn tiia BOOTMAKING ID in EVKHY I3KANOH, at WOOD COM. PANV'S BOOT FACTORY, Goulburn. : HORSE TEAMS. Wanted HORSE teams, TO DRAW, in-WOOL for,, 'Swison 18SI; to HARDEN* RAILWAY STATION1 Wool Dow ready '/highest rales givani Apply to WRIGHT HBATON & CO.. v- Harden. Tciikers ; FOR FENCING TUB GROUNDS around the proposed S. HE4RT. CHURCH, North Goul bura. . ; Tcnden will berecoived up to THURSDAY NEXT,; i'ff ) t, k< ||,fi ij jj m/!»'.!> f: " Fur speetfieatioqs, apply jto theundersigned.. DENIS T." WALSH, C.O. Bishop's House',it i ' f filji Gonlburu, 22nd August, I88,l« t; .-.* To THAT ^ea^tiful.^stop!,; COTTAGE ' known os MA.RSTON, lately occupied by Mr. McFaddeh, consisting of four Room...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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VALERIE AYLMER. BY THE AUTHOR OF MORTON HOUSE. BOOK VI. CHAPTER II.—THE RIGHT OF REPARATION. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

VALERIE AYLMEll. Br THE Auraojt or Monion IIOUSB. BOOK VI. CHAPTER II.-THE BIOHP or BEPABAXIOW. (Continued.) So (hay settled ir, while Gaston BOW the responsibility of decision quits taken from him, and Netta eat by in s|ieoclile6s indigna tion, Before either of them bad time to frame his protest in words, Vulerio turned to Mr. Darcy. "Papa hiis consented," she said ; "and ho bado me ask you to come to him. He wants to consult you about our rnuto." " Y«nir best r.iute," said Charley, " is from Muis illeB to Cadiz, and tlxmco to Havana. I take it for granted you are only going tu Cuba." " We , nro only, going, to Cuba, if you most us there with Mturice," she said.; " If not, I think you may probably see us in Mexioo." ;;I "And then-" ? " And then I expect papa will go bnck to Louisiana," she S'litl, with a sigh. " You can go with Ghston, if you want to, Charley. Papa will be gUd to see you, and yon ;oant offer your advice to him." ; : Charley was very willing to obey ; so, after Mr, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COBAR. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

' COBAR. J ' . . V: :,V;V-.I. 4MONDAY.; v" ':i! ortyiaeven'- pointsof, rem; ieli; hereon ;:';'Tuei&ByI,durjng^ >'alio^vy.'oify; 1 dst/"nigiit,a 11 d 3s threatbning , ..day, and-theroiia evoryr/appoarande ,of imora " rain., i The - tanks 5 in ' the * town and district ?; -boon' ret^ieii Islicid late* 'do Wnpou'r. - ..A.large!.yese^yoir.'ia^in courso .of/ oona truo . tion for jthp QTeatl PpBar.Opppei' Mine. ?... It is !' expootfld to bo finiBhod ^o^t week.' ' "A branch of thes Australian i!Jbirit('Stook .Bank will be opened here to-morro^/ under tlio management'of 1 Mr/,Hewott) on Mrs. . >Hayea'/'piie'qii8GSf''adjoining tlie'(olograph office and noarthe Oamineroiftl Hotel/-V A Qovomr^ent Suvinga Bank ia to be established here on t&e omalgamntion of the pQ8t.1andvtol0graphJ'olfioQS|'J\yhi'oh' ' it is ox-* ..' ^eoted^willXoko^'pl^^B^ ". j Th'a uaoaiVed DfiaQtior.'Smitii, iiaa. not.yet lioaiT c'aTtur'nci, ' ' f i A. g?1 "'nil ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMNDRA. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

! . OOOTAMNDRA. ? '' V , , . MONDAY NIGHT. : '.'T®*y hoayy rains lipreand at.Temora.. The ^,..'.StopkinbiDgbl'.'and t Narrabiirra Greeks, are : up, oud'tbo iniiabitants^are, jubilant..: This | ...''..plaoe-'is.d'regular v>?..! Misa^Olara'J Stepliensdn's1 "dram^id^bom , J^patiy' ara,.' playing,. Hero'.' td-niglic,, at,.Owen's, !. j.aew. theatrej ./Parkor-street. vTke company < !'also play lo-morrow night. ! s ' ." . . ? _ 'It is s'.ill raining.' ; \ ' , .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The Toe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. ACTIONS FOR TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

? :V. ? (J'' i '? ??? , ". "-O > ' W ( . ETJBLXSBCEp ' irVOSKY; MOENIKG ' : 'Trulli1! ovorlovoly'oinoo tha \rorUl bojfnii, . , .. < >? I'lio foe of tyrants mill tlio frloncl of iimn.-Campbell, i 'fiOULBURN: TUESDAY, AUGUST 23.' ^ACTIONS,-FOR- TRESPASS. Tins subject, to which' a correspondent has . rocontly called. attention, is ,of grealer .;im i :i.i .portanoo than most people are awaro. ? It is1 "oiily "wlio'n the ponderous wheels of the car ! v riage! of this remorseless juggernaut hits 'f'passed oyer somet poor struggling viotim, ' leaving biiii stark arid flattoned .'out, that [ attention;is: draw.nitoithejitrespass , law ; and. 1 ' then, the1 interest being oonfined to tho'party ,, 'immediately concerned und his friends^ it is ' eoon forgotten in,: the subflequonfrj'maroh1 of. ©vents. " .We do not deny,that there are men who are/,a nuisance1 to (thoir,neighbours, ;1-c6ntinually treapa'ssing' 5 who wouldurample . .a patient?neighbouriunder/ootuw.ere.; there;no1...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. . ; MUXDAY NIGIIT. Steady.rain! commenced' hero- this after noon and*, there iB every appearance ni- it continuing. It also'extends to most of the ' country districts.' ' ' ; , ' Although'several new. cases of small-pox . havo been reporiod,to-day, no. olfioiul itilor mationhas ' boon given in regard to thoai, .the tnudiodl officer's report hot having beeii; us yet received, ' The dead body , of the ohild Ryder was to day, convoyed^ to Woolloomooloo Bay, and from thence to thov quarantine grounds, and there buried. . '. Tho dentil of ,a man namod.Doherty was. , reported from; the quarantine station a, lew," days ago.': It,now turns out that the person who died was George Parker. ' ' .; " .On:1Ohong;'estimates' his: loss, through being quarantined, at £2000. i - A'bulletin from > quarantine to-day states that all the patients are doing- well.; '?'Six thousand, marsupials wereVkilled in i:tUo;drive''at,,Trinkey, near. Qiinnedah, last iSaturday.' .,.:^ ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Selections Referred to Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

Selections, Referred to*'Commissioners: .»i The selections -,of tbe'.iundermentioned persons haveUjeen referred1 tacommissioners; fori inquipy »:44Gou11)u rn1.! distpi6 t,fs fc'otin ty! of Aigyle : George , William* Campbell, John Bmppt6rif-Patpiok;vMbSMlleaJs(trop8fopped|-.to: 'BdwRpd^rMo^ul]p,a){3®Hbma8ABoabht(tpans ferrdd tdv'Goor^e ^Bates^V^dwa'rd., liyan (transferredito^Jamps.0liv.er),:4O;acres enoli; John^Tliomas 1 Kelly, GO'-acres $ William 'Nowall'Maxw0ll.GhnptepisivJLOp,'aop.o8i'~Gbn-; ntnf^ distiiot/"coiinty,of,Kmfl : Potor Best (trari9ferrecl;to>To,wfioiY,JohnsoN),\273.a«ros 1 rood ;* *Pa|riclc( Donis'-Brady1/, ^SO^aores ; .William OSIdriclge, 40 uores.-Quoanb'eyan distriot, ooiintyi.Cowley Patriok'Sweeney, 100 acres.-Yass distriot,'"county Cowloy : Jjimes -Martin ,0,Grady,,50'*Qqres'.j--Ooota imundra'distrioticonnties Harden and Bland:; Michael;"Johnson^Byron,;'100 aores j: Michlr Ronehanf40 aores, ( . ' 11 }

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

M.TEST, rBY&OABLE. X is 1 I'd' J I // T LONDON, AUGUST 20. fSI® aspopoh jn tJii^Hou_Bekof .Oom^onnilnsfnigbt in'"''-wbich' f h p»;t,yi>'! dical edi,; the . Irish-. Ijan(+ |®®ua^y®^^D^ifioM0QD^^^aoka|pi it h"ii t? fia (1 s ti e e li |tii S d ejufp oi^s them ^frp my tp poiuo discussion, B»d -was ultimately ro jocte-d. ' It is eifttfd that Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, l»tu Speaker in the Legislative Assembly of Victoria, intends to seek a seat ia the House of Commons, iu the Irish liberal interest. The town ef Ta-li, in China," has boon nearly half destroyed by fire. The damage done is estimated at 400,000 dollars. None of the inhabitants were injured. '? v; ^h'e British .Government is; negbtintihg with the Governments of Italy, Spain, and Portugal, wit'i the view of entering into commercial treaties with those countii-.s res- j ' pectivoly. ' # Tha; dearriess of wheat is, provoking . general comment by the PreBS of the country. IJrigitndttge is rampant on the Gre«k tron tifir, ...

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Wesleyan M. I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

^;-, /Wesleyan;M. I.<S&oiety^*V ' . A most profitable evoning was spent by the members bf tW'eooiotyW Wednesday Inst I TlieS'prtpidont^thelEovi^irMn'^lsOTalt^oqou-"''! pied the ak'air.f Two^gentleaien^ werb* nomi/., natod v^asf-id^Bira blepperspna^to^beoome J tn'ombcrs of, t li s o 1} i o ty,J7 Til o business'ifor' the ,ovening'jvns prqpnrad'jflCtfdr^asos.j^Tlie following were delivered"Duly," by Mr ;. Solf-ooutrol.^'by^Mr.^O^Fuinor. ^ .(Jriti niHm of/ai bonofioinliand infitruotivGiohnrao(tor; i o 11 o o d'keao li'fadclre as> The\8flor0tnryf'an » w >.»«, .*('«:> '/i *fc.f J

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

CONDITIONAL l!l(P(UROHASES.s jTCT»fqllowingi«i|8el^otioo8j«^8to .rtakea^up* at. 'ttfemndetnienlioaecl' land'offioebon^Tliursday last:- s * " v\ \ '' 4 Gunning.-'^'Johni P. Koane, ,40 nores, Preston j^Isaao Shephercli>48Q.aores, AVheeo; Win.Hotirhej 640 npresjiWli'oeo ond Narrawa; T]iomaB»'Proat;e40.aores^Laaipt'b'i ; Jamea Mod^vvay^lOOiaores, Bialla ; Joii'n Anderson,' 90 acres,^ K'dmrior.'i flijT ,l| V'S*GandaRaii-J&htttShoehan, 60 We's, Bon gongo'j.. HjtPi »Horsley,:?100 ?. acre.8, Yavon ; :BiohSrdVAtfg,al^.l6pp^gorpa|<'Nangua ;. Wm. iWm.'( Qa'rbVrryJ4teacresV Bongong'o.;:, John EnglisliV^O^acres', Bnngpngolong ; Honry Brother ton,*,,60!aoi'es,:Bopgongo ; A. Grain, 80 aorea, 0 <i la f a t: >~t;: . Bur'ro'w'a.r-RfSWKisfcin,V2<i0!; aores, Har d Go^ }..; J. i-Hokdr8V,"'8Jforaore8<;Ooppabella!Sii^.,rMa*tln,. ?320^ ucreH,*rCoppabeirak; .; J."J. Gfarry}3 ''120 aores, ? Mylora. jll is W.1\ S utton J 400 aores, iGhidowla ;:?.'G. ^3...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

'; Since jlio tf opiitsibreftk * the weather, It ban'been vaj-y unsettled:' ' On Sunday the atmfisphero wflB «t> mUda sum mer's <Jay, Yesterday n obengeifiet in, and wo wore 'again' raniudod tlint winter lin« not 70^pa^pd«DTer^:A'''cold.wind';bl<(.wT.t^ouRbr.'i out tlie Irfay, "wiib oooHflional Bbowera^and up; to'tho'timu of outgoing to preaa," thero was no appearance* of any other than damp, if not' posttivoly'wot'woatlier, provailing for a* while., 4

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's he news!"—King John [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

/ .' NEWS AND \ 'NOTES.!; ( "? "Brief, ihe'nVnndiwliiit'f ilie 'j. lSbearerBir arer, scarce dn sthocBourkei dis » vEain.; fell- heavily. on, SundayT night«in . Goulburn?"1 " I ' '' " ' L'""L' ' The Squadron, loft"'.Brisbane at noon on Sa.turdayv>ij I,/,, ( The Universifry o'e^{p}.defoate'dt't!io%allo« roos at fodtbn.ll on Sanirdayl" ' Tho Board ofiHenlthi has advised Govern \meot not tOi-quarantine metlical men; ,,, .9 , Onoof;: tHe Ilnir Sex," /Taralga.^Your 1 modest'reqn'oet has'bWn* complied, with. 1 It is expocted. that.27,000.bales of wool will leavojhe Bre\yarrinft district within the next six months.' ? *'* 'The Newcastle OhroniclejSay.^ that Rugby football has'not'even the redeeming' feature "of prize fighting.1 "? n. YA^verriiot^of ^manslaughter-was returned against. Smithl4he..driyer ;6f ..ithe' motor that killed the roan Schumacher. The football match~Adelaide..^...Victoria -played' in* 'Melbourne on * Saturday, was won,by the,Victorians. .The.rsVioiorianJ.PreuiiorJhas...

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