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DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

DENTISTRY. Mu. F. Duke, dentiot, io announced to ar rive in town to-day, and will remain for ono 'tveolr. Mr. Duko roquostn thoso who wish to consult him to pay an early visit and go enablo him to complete- hiG work horo in time to keep hip ongGgomoDtn in other places. An appointment will bo necessary.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

SHIPPING. Impohts per Mr Booth, undor dato 20th August: — 0 0U0 maizo, 12 oka chaff, Gi bgB eugar, 3 cu vestr.o, 5 bgo rico, leg b'stono, hg B'potre, cd tcs, c:; grocoriea, bg bago and tv?ine, 5 enmp ovono and covors, c^ potash, cb oil, 3 ca nailo, cs h'ware, bg handler, SO pco oliolving, 65 pea balitic, 5 hdla moulding, 0 ako maizo, IS bgo chaff.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Delegate River. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

^?iii2£i\-/.1; i.ViV'Ji'. (rno:.r oui: cor.iu:-!i'o::Di:.VT.) Tun winter may bo c::ifl to bo fairly over now, and yet it 'ia questionable if tho ? provorbial oldest inhabitant can remem ber a milder or moro favorable v/into'r than this ono, as far a': the weathor is concerned. A decided cli-nigo for tho bettor hay taken placo in farming pron- - pectj during tho pa-.'t i'ev? i./ee!:s, and with avcrarro v/onilior cniulifuinn flm-in-v the c-pring tho outlook for tho uext har- ? vest is most encouraging. Splendid raino have fallen and tho ground received a good soaking. T1-o.--l- who have 3eed to put in, and hor::c.3 strong onough to pull tho plough, aro busy ploughing and' sowing. Tho usual losses of stock havo takon place, in cocao canon owing to actual star vation. Stock aro nofc mado of iron, and cannot bo o:cpcclod to endure a eoverc ? ? winter clirr.ato on empty or badly nour ished otomaeho. Every year, oxcept wlien the neason happens to bo a very favorable ono, and natural vogeta...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HARE DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

HARE DRIVE. Mn. J. I.iddle, of Comotville, is organia ing a haro drivo for Satv.rclay no=t. All ahootoi'G and boatoia r.ro roniiectcd to meet at Mr. Liddle'o rooidenca r.t 10 cm. In tho Coomu dintricfc hevo drivoo aro 1)3 coming vory popular, e.nd romo ror.lly good sport ic thereby - occasioned. Wo aspect to ceo u, good niuutor of oportumon on Saturday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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London Home [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

£ 3-aKtai! j'tCuaS (From oun Couukspondknt.) At tho C'ourc of Pbtt^' Sossiona on Satur day, 0. D. Sullivan, E/,q., presiding, uov oral car.on of littlo importance came before tho IStnicb- /. lilrr.. Ilelmora v. Chi-iatijon ; cacu dia micL'od. Ah Ohov/ v. Jamcc Armstrong, aasp.ult ; cr.ca dismi.'jpod. W. A. Morrison v. Taylor, Sleipht aud othera, work and lal;or done ; verdict for amount and C03tc. 'Mixir.'fi. — Touchinf; {.his nubject thcro io little to report ; tbn leader, arc still b-jing unmanned, and tho;;o claims v/ork iii£ under ininri-';i righto aro doing their best io got out crushing stuff. On tho whole thing.; aro very quiet.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

GAZETTE NOTICES. Tun followiug annual leacea hnvo bcon grantod : — Jameo Deonoy, Delegate, two louoea, 040 acre3 oach, ptr.-iuh Tfinta wanglo ; Donald Campboll, Dolsgato, 130 ccro3, pr.rieh Curro\7ong ; John Grovea, Cmigio, G40 acres', pariah Cooluraboolcri ; Arthur Henry Wright, Torabong, 880 acreo, parish Rodney.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

~ ? . . . I GREAT .... OiLBARANCE -:- SALE! ONE MONTH ONLY ! 0? MY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED .... ..MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR New Spring and Summer Goods ! All Prices Reduced, and all Goods Soundest and Newest V ?? ??'??? ????. IPasfiions. NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES : FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, usual price Gs 6d doZ. yards, reduced to 8. Gel doz. * KITE and UNBLEACHED CALICO, usual price 4s Od doz. yards, reduced to 2b Od 'inoTl'T:!^0 ^^LETTES, usual price 5a do.en yard,, reduced to OASHMKIUS, all colors, u.,ual price 1, Gd per yard, reduced to 1 Od per yard LadWFaoWouftblo TWEED JACKETS, usual price lOo Od each, reduced to -In lid Lad.es liable .--CLOAKS, lined ; usual price l2a Gd each, reduced io (la Od. infanta WOO..LES JACKETS and HOODS, usual price 2a ,;d, reduced to Gd. ?J^vp, AI-mXS- CIubroiac«fli —al price produced to Gd. LOW liLsa, usual price Od each, reduced to G for Is Children's DIAPER PINAFORES, u.ur.l prico is Cd, reduced to Gd. TRIMMED HATS, VELVET CAPES, SERGE COSTU...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

^LiltaS. :';'.---k (rnoM ovn cohricspondknt.) Tuf. weather lino at last taken a change., and wo have boen favored by a splendid fall of rain, which ha3 done a jvast amount of good. Tho district is looking ? splendid; everywhere han a nico groon appearance, which iu quite a treat after : tho severe drought we have iuut naased through. : ?- Ploughing is now in full swing, and under favorablo weather conditions a good return is looked forward to. A mooting of the 'Toi'.ibong Cricket Club was held on Saturday evening last,. , at Mr. J. Ingrain's ' residence, about a - ' do/.on persons boing pro^enfc. Mr. Ingram ivan votod to the chair. AL'ier tho usual . ' routine business had been transacted, tho . :?? following woro elected ollico-bonrers for tho year: — Patron, Mr. I). Campbell: President, Mr. J. Ingram; Vico-Preei- , donts, Mcsbi-3. A, II. Wright aud John .' Eppolytuu ; focrotary and- (reiwutor, Mr. F. Neleon. Tbe aubneription to tho club was fined at -h. Our team will bo very weak ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

Current Topics^ v ( Tjiou ovst S'YDVi,Y CounKsroNnr\T Sl» WltllAK CUVKLFS WlYDE*fn ha3 x cabled his resignation of hia JPuzane Judgeship to Mr Reid, and thoro is con quoutly a vacancy on' tho Supremo Court bench of this country. The nnounoe Australians, for no judg0 is bettor known throughout t,hi.-i ''»; ? * ''?-- able Mount Ronnie case .was quite suffi cient to carry his immo into oVer3 coino of this quarter of tho globe, and the Doairbusincssand tho B.uler buuglo wero ^ficientto keep hi. na.uo' wolf on 1 m.md of tho community. Thc 0,.]ulH is in many respocta a romarkablP man A consummate lawyer, a vigorous iutel ^*nmn,°,f ™» ''ago, a patron of ^ „.„, «. uimiu oi cuituro, a iroquonter of women suffrage corroborio*, a musical enthuwant; he was merciful and malig nant, adamantine and weak, accurate aud wide of tho mark, patient and intoler ant. Ho mado up his mind quickU, aud whether wronger right, no argument, uof overwhelming testimony could dxvornl him from his sottlod conviction...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

&;??,? ':'-:J::':. '.'???'' Genera! News.' : ;':;'f ?' ?'. Bonanza Ciqaiis. — A rovolution in ?'? ' Cigars. Dixon and Sons manufacture -./ ? from tho choicest Havana. Tobacco, with ..''.' u necessary portion of _ American, at a price never beforo attompted — 4 for 6d 1 Samplo hundreds eont, carriage paid, for 10a. — A uvT. A Constable riuEn at. — A( tho Corowa police couit on Wednesday Inst a farmer named M'Bride, agod Go, was committed for trial ui; Albury on a charge of having on tho proviouu Saturday tmot at Con fctablo ForgiiEon, with intont to commit murder. It v/a:; adduced in evidence that mo aoeusuu, \. no io ot an e::citublo tora perameut, on tho Thursday threatoned a bailiff who was attempting to seizo some sheep under warrant. On the Saturday ho fired a, gun, v.-hich knocked some leaves oil' a trco novoral feet above For guson'a head. M'lirido then ran away, lie said the gun contained powder only, and was used for Gearing birds in the' garden. No uhofc or bullets ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Delegate School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 10 September 1896

Delegate School of Arts.       A large and influential meeting of     subscribers to the building fund of the School of Arts was held at Rafter's Com Commercial Hotel on Tuesday afternoon last.   Present : Messrs. R. L. D'Arcy, D. Ran kin, R. Liddle, D. Campbell, R. Witton, C.Commons,G. Walcott, G. E. Maddi son, R. Watling, H. A. Wood, W. H.F.         Kemp, E. Booth, A. Wright, M. Wright, G. Stutchbury. M. Keating, W. Clear, J. Jones, A. McDonald, J. Plowright, Thos.     Ford and C. Dawson (secretaries). On the motion of Mr. R. Liddle, sec onded by Mr. D. Rankin, Mr. R. D'Arcy was voted to the chair. The minutes of the last meeting hav ing been read and confirmed, the chair man explained the object for which they had met, which was, he said, as doubt less they were all aware, for the purpose   of deciding upon a cite...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

? :M¥*?Mmm [?] /?';.-^fi^*fc^I^?-^t!»«^-»ir.-V excavating! ?'?'. rV^J^a^vertJa^ :\*;'g«^'npBiaS3iDgi)uggy Horse by Satur .-day night neit. ? ..._ : - ; .;;v'y^i«n^ ien; ?» Cflprplu*;-' not . a surplus P '. '; :-?'YJrban. it Jb overdrawn.. ...-, : ... .. ..Justice Cohen ,i« a Hebrew 4 the first ???. io reach the Supreme Court- Bench, and adjudicate. 8?r; Julian Salamons: never took hia eoat as Chief Justice, ? ? ' '..lit* Herald' proprietor Fairfax is now a : dtiOiatotliot the Bank;N.S.W. He should , ? ' W^ authority- on paper money. ' '/ '?'-,:?: Jdiirn^iit'Joi&n.ThbniBB, 'The Vaga .. ??-: --T^a^ta^.^nea.his.- laet copy ; he ?^V.:4^'l^!^y'*iMelb'ot^rne.. ' . .. . ; '. .?; jJG»d|n*li,^Ioian-.o and , - Chief Justice r ? IDt^Sytxgjt^ra/i attained the age of .66 ; - P'i^g^itrQi^ni^thMx two days of each :^:^\Tti»f»}$M 950 lawy«rain N.S.W.- -llicr ??-'?? ' xajti*ty iihbw they- all-man tige; to keep b^^a^ «ral togeth'te. -But ''th^ Devil ;?'??' ^tittM^;;^ ''? '':?.? Aaron Waller, a...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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TURKEY AND THE POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

TURKEY AND THE POWElEls/ J ' ^ GitrAi1 indignation has been a¥ous.e^ ui . England by the Sultan's disregard of &6 '' \ protests of tho British Government 'over' u the treatment of Armoniano, cad the Con servative newspnpora uontaon a remark- ' able Qutburst against TurLish misrole. '- ' Some of these nanorB domadd the abdli^ tion of the Ottoman Powor, !^ ' The ' Standard' eays that aa diplomacy^ ' has proved fruitless, it would ba *better to try another Sultan. -? The ' Morning Poot' adviBes an egita/f fl tipn in England againBt tho Porte, so as \j to strengthen the hands of tho Salisbury ,_ Government in the matter. i Details which have been received show .that gross cruelty is inflicted upon t^e Armeniana who are being fqrcibly depot- - ted from Constantinople \ , r r ? The Powers havo again protested to n the Sultan againat this continued depor- ( , tation r i J3usxnoo8 ia completaly paialysed ia 1 1 Constantinople as a consequonoe of the &' critical state of affa...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE MASSACRE OF ARMENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

THE MASSACRE OF AR&ENlltfS» . , ' Appalling details of. the maaaaciea^ hay© been received from private^ sources^. -,r^ Seven hundred Armenians took w refuge,, in the Cuatoma-house The mob^tKrealen-' ed to burn down the building'. Tile Armenians woro then ejected' ahd^ere au murdered, tLo Turiuan eoldieranelp ingin tne massacre. ' ** ! y*y Three hundred other Armenians tjwere'* butchered, --nd their bodies 'thrown' info tho sea. The police pointed out-to'-fine*'* mob the houses occupied by Armenians,'- t- and tho inmotns were outraged and mur-^' dered, the houses also being pillaged. The inob declared thatrtho S&ltah-JhiSd authorised a three days.' slaughter.. The Ambasscdora at Constantinople o have demanded an inquiry. A reply has been given to tho message to the Porto, in which, the Foreign Anx-i baaaadors at Constantinople stated that it was believed the Turkish, authontiija- r had connived at the massacce^of A^m,a-ri mans x -A &iiit. The Porte solely blam...

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THE CZAR'S VISIT TO GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

THE CZAR'S VISIT TO GERHiitfY. The Czar and Czarina have arrived Vt Brealau, Prussian Silesia, on a visit^ to the German Emperor - i{ i ' _ Their Majesties met with an BnthuaiaB tic reception i s At a banquet in their honor; the Emperor William m propQsing «/The ilealtn or tno Uzar,' declare,d;tha(;.h«iiwaB ' the bulwark of the peace of Europe.' Tho Czar, in roplying, said' ne .waa ' animated dy hia father's aontimqata towards Germany.' ' A brilliant reviovr of troops \7afe held at Broslau in connection with the^viBit of the Czar, and Czarina The C2ar headed his own raiment, wearing a1 Gexmani military uniform. ; j-.^ During the proceedings, which wsre pf an extremely cordial character, the Cigar was appointed an Admiral ^n the GennaJJ^V Navy. I - . , /

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable Items. A SUBMARINE TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

Cable Items. ^ A SUBMARINE TELEPHONE. .* A Russian scientist olaims Wliave'ia vented a submarine telephone wh^gh'rCan be used for praoticol purpqBos at a dis tance of 3890 miles. He has made arrangements for a praotical tost on the Atlantic cable between London and'NW York -1

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIL TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

MAIL TENDERS. Tenders for the conveyance of mails aro irivited in tho Gazette to the 19th prox., to and from Delegate and Corrowong.thieo times a week, and to and from Corro-vong and Tinguiogi, onco a week.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

GREAT ^ . CLEARANCE ? ^ SCS^E I ! -one1 month; oisriiY'! ?'''?'?:' OF 'MY iARGJj'rANlijWELL-ASSDRTED' I .? i * ? i-i i ' MUSTJBE CLEABEIXJTO^AICB R60M9 FOR New Spring ^nd/Su^m^k Goofs f All Prices Reduced, and allUloods Soundest and Newest 4 t it: a} tf^ffeWt -* tu hi !- NOTE A FEW OF OUR PRICES L F4.NCY DRESS MATERIALS, usual price 6s 6d^oz. yards, reduced to3s6ddc WHITE and UNBLEACHED CALICO, usual price 4s 6d do7. yarda, reduced to 2b 93 PL UN and STRIPED TL VNNELETTE?, usual price 5s dozen yards, reduced to 2e 0d per do^en C VSIIMERES, all colors, usual prico Is 6d per yard, reduced to lOd per yard. Ladies' Fashionable TWEED JACKETS, usual price 10s Gd each, reduced to 4s lid Ladios' fashionable ]-CLO YKS, lmoJ , usual price 12s Gd each, reduced to 6s 6d. iumuKi wyjyjL,L,w JAUiUiTB and HOODS, usual price 2s Gd, reduced to. 6d. Ladies MUSLIN APRONS, embroidered , usual price 2s, reduced to Gd. TOWELS, usual puce Gd each, reduced to 6 for Is j Children's DIAPER PINAFORES, usual pr...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

AUCTION Sx\.LE3. O.v Saturday, the 2Gth instant, at 2 o'clock^ Mr. G. E. Maddison will submit to' auction nt Mr. ' Ilam'ruond'a residenco (Public School, DoLrtgatu), . the whole of that gontloman'a uoaful and ornamental hOuBohold furniture and effects, piano, buggr'and harm.'so, bicycle, etc. On .the sarao date 'be will i=ell^ at 1^ o'clock, at hia Sale Yards^ 7 L head fat cattle,. 45 poddy ahoep, American buggy, etc.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pambula Goldfield. BY A MINER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

Pambula Goldtteld. By a Mineh. -* (From the Voich.) ' There is no noubt that a very large quantity of gold has beoa won from the Pambula Goldfield during the fast six years, jet, strange to say, abcui nine tenths of it have beoa obtamod almost on nno snot : for. when wo considerthe short distance. -from the Mount , Gahan to the Hidden Troasuro. and neighboring mines at-Yowalta, the' -: area is so small that the whole o£ it would only make an ordinary Company's ground. A great doal has boon said ''about the unearthed treasure still to bo -won, and there is certainly much to say for and against this idea. Gold in-large quantities may still be found at a depth when solid country is met with, but by reason, of, tho absence .of deiinod runs or continuous lodes' the osact ; place to seok for.gold on this field ia a-problem hard to solve; An immense amount of ? prospering (much of it of a fairly permanent character) bos 'been 'done since tho 'Hold was dis covered, with but pooi results Not...

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