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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

Football. The lonp-talkml-of match between the, Goulburn arid Yass Football Clubs is fiot down for n«xt Saturday, bave been requested to statu that a BcrHtoh-matoh will toko place onAVed npsday next .at,.^,,30 in which itlio,, Goullmrn! v.Glub'j: invito "5tbo' members of tho: "Victoria Olub and tho schools to tako part. Following are tho Homos of the players seleotedrto play on Saturday next:-Alessrs. Balfer (2),; Boeg ling, Belcher, Bennett (2), Dunn, Edwards;; Furnur 0,, Gnnnon, Howard, , Jardiue,; Morpby, Nasi), Nesbit, and Ross.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

MASS IVJJjb BE CELEBRATED A 2' GOULBUIIN DISTRICT. : SUNDAY, August 2B.--TAralga-Boro-Bungon!# . September .!,-Grabben Gullon-Spring' Valley Breadalbane. YASS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday, August 28. , |?:???, ]\ r - CONFIRMATION, . 'Albury,,.............. ,,V; September 18 .... Adolong " September 2fi . Turnul..'.'.V..... ,, ..October 2 j Tetnora;..v;. October 10 i Gronfoll vi...........October 14 ; Gpolagong ..October 16 : Bnrrowa..October 23 ' Progtnoro ..Ootober 25 Yass October 80 : 'Bloss PrcBbytery Ten Mile; Sont.ember 21: i Bloss Ohurcii at Temora, Octobor 9 , Bloss Clrnrch ut Goulagong, October 10 <\ ' Bless Church at Gundaroo, Sunday,-November 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

CROOItWEIiJL. T. H. P110SSER CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Pure Drugs. Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Fancy Goods. STATIONERY MB TOBACCO (Genuine American) , ENGLISH LEVER'& GENEVA WATCHES AND Hall-mnrkcil Jewellery. HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY PRICES (with cost of carriage added). HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. AGENT FOR Intercolonial Life and General Assurance ?A-SSOOI-A-TION. AGENT FOR Southern Argus and Goulbuni Herald. N.B.-Filos of tha above PaperS;and S.M. Herald snd Sydney Mail kept. THE Southern Daily Argus IS NOW PUBLISHED EYEET MOItNING, AHD Its Price is ONE PENNY. WHOLESALE WINE, SPIRIT, , AND GROCER^ STORES. DIGNAM & CO. HAVING OVENED PART OF THE PRE MISES known as the NEW ARGYLE STORE as Wholesale Wine, Spirit, and Grocery Stores, XJoff respectfully to call the attention of their friends and the pnblio generally to the fact, in the hopo of receiving from them u l'air share of support. The STOOIC ON HAND comprises tlm CHOICEST, HE...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

> WJEEICirsr 1 OJV.XiEN-DA.il. ' X>ny of.. Week. 'SUNDAY:.'.,. Moudn'y ; Tucadny /v.. Wednesday. ?Thursday... Fridayi. ;.. Saturday; .v l)ny of I. M.pntlu Aug.'21. 22' "23? 24.' 25 20 27 Uun r'isos. h.: m. " 0 34 G 33 G 31 6 30 C 20 G 28 '? 6 26 e 33 G 83 fir 34 6 35 6 35' C 36' o 37 MOON'S PHAHB. Now Moon, August 2Ct'h, G.50 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Saturday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

.COMMERCIAL. ' .' '. *1 ! SYDNEY, Saturday. . FARM- PRODUCE. . ?? ,V! At thot railway Btotiun, Darling, Harbour, during the woek, there has been a short supply of forage and produco forward from the various districts od tho Western and Southern lines, Tho market .was fairly at tended, and prices showed a! great/ improve ment, ? Oaten hay, in bales, sold, from 4/6 to 5/~ in truss 4/2 to 4/11, in bundles 4/1 to fi/8 per ewt; lucerne hay, in tru8s,\3/; do in .bales 3/3 per ewt; straw;;good clean samples, in bales, 2/2 to 3/2; do, in bundles,' 2/5 to . 3/6 ; (mixed with wire), 2/4 per ewt; oaten chaff," in bale,'4/2-'to'"'5/3 ; do, in bags 5/ pt'r-ewt, bags included ; mixed; chuff, in bales, .3/- to 3/1.per owt; .wheaten. hoy, In sheaves; 2/10-; wheaten and oaten liay, ;in bales, 4/9 to 6/2 ; in; sheaves, 3/-, per -owt; rye straw and oaten hay, in bundles, 6/3 to i 6/4 periowt ; potatoes; 2/10 to 4/6 swede turnips; 2/4 to 2/7 per ewt, bags included ; pumpkins, 3/-per dozen. .. On the; w...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

(FROM onu OouREsroNDicNT). ?POLIOE~C6URT? Oa'" ' Sfiturd'iyV'-'Au^ust ? 20,' .' before the Polioo Magistrate.,'n!i»d Mr. Thomas Oolle, ';JBmily/sllall, alius; Jeaaop, wa^oharged.; with vagrancy. Thia tWft8 tho, fourth .time the a'c tsused hud boon bofonj tlie court within the Inst throe' months j on tbe'21st^Ma'y she wis fin ed 40/rjorl'l'difya, >oriUbejl 1 th s June sho was ? sunt*' to gaol for 7 days, ,011the, 25thi 'Juneishej'wus sent:to.gaol, for,'^wealce, and! was only, "disuharyred i.Friday, 12tii iustant. i/rtie-aocusad >8nid alia>,wasinot^atvagrant,! but: ;8ho Jiopod ,the benuli, would' send, her, out yf; 'YaBsy for if alto never, tooloa; glass efl grog, the ? polioe-andiparti(jularly4h0iaeuior-oonstablef -would talco hor mtpfcustody. ' The acouaed; W i8 8ohtenobd;.to'! iwo,.'mpntha^in,YasB gaol; andHbe'Polioe Magiatrato*said Ke:w'ould see to makingflnrrau^ements for liisrt'removal;{o 'another 'place'' before:.!;the ."expiration' of h e^'tim p f I,I Tkanspbu, of..LI...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 22. Before Messrs. C. S. Alexander and S. H. Belcher. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

GOULBURN POLlOE CbURlj. ? , '???? MONDAY,1 August 22/> 1 1 '. ? t Uflfore Mosars, 0; S, Alexander. f and '',S.H;' i , ? . ,, ^ Belcher,,.j T, ' j ' DRUNK.1 Frederick White,'pleade'd^'guilty to' the churgo of having been .drunk, and .was fined 5/- or 24 hours in gaol.' ' [?*: C< ;l WAGES CASKj JIOLMES Vi CANE. ' i This ,oase had , boon , twice adjourned. Tliomaa Holrrieg'suod' Jolin1' Onrio for the amount of £3 12/,,claimed as wages. . | *> Mr. Gannon lor complainant ; Mr,.BBtts for deforidar.it. " '' v, [? ..Mr! Botis,. on the part of Mr. Cone, said that the: amount .of!. tho.. claim: was». not dis 'puibd,'-nnd hej,waBwilling'tHat an' oidor for the amount should- bemado out. I Mr.iGarinon applied'for costs, and also for com|)onsatiou for liia client's loss "of, time,. J j'i,Th'e hen'oh made da'order for .(lie,/amount claimed,25/10; costs,.,and; £lj.compensation, ' .".BTBAMKG FENCING. S. James,Nosbitt waa ohargod"withr stealing fenuing stuff, the propetty ofoS. Emanu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Discovery of Silver Ore. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

7 Discovery of Silver Ore. / The; Groiftoh Observer of.August 17th j states that a fine sample of native silver ore was shown by Mr. liose, metallurgist. He reports that he had some information that led him to; inspect a place about 20 miles S.W. oi Smith's Flat for a vein of gold, hut kon.arriving thure found* he was on an ar gentiferous : formation, and after a'."light ' search onmo on a lode of silver ore feet thick. Mr. Rose broke off a piece from the top, which contained about 70 per cellt , i of silver. The lode was traced aboutamil'e, ' j when it (lipped into a mountain. Silver ore i is distributed tin! largo '^quantities over the surface [of jthejprospected country. Quinn's' "railway '"route"crosses the; loile. Mr. lio'se . has appliedv for 80 acres of the land. j

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A Rather Hard Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

A Rather Hard Case. The'Melbourne Telegraph reports that Hy tb'e steamer South Australian, from Adelniiic, some days ago,^ tberc^ came to Melbourne ja, cooper", ,who bad in'bis; possession abot>t £40 in money and a watch and chain,. During the passage he fraternized with an individual named Thomas Mason, and on arrival here followed the ordinary practice of wandering about the city drinking ofc various public houses. The npshot was that one morning he found himself minus his property, and re ported his ?»; loss jttt if the - Dei ecti vo, office, ! arid stated that bo fbelieved; Mason 'was the oflfender. Mason^woij interviewed byjD,<! t<:c tective Brown, ondfeocknowledged ^having, the property", which "he".'stated had "been given to him for safety by the owner,-while the latter was hopelessly drunk. He took thowpfficersto severaj people, who corrobated. /this.statemeriVj but wus,^'nevertheless, locked up, and taken before the city magistrates on: Saturday, wh...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

INQUEST. "iyESTERDAT-afternoola anunqueafciwas hold at' the rosidonoo of' Mrs. Arnott, Clifford. Bt'reet,^ touching' tlie death of lier lata; husband, William Arnott, bricklayer agod 64 years.;!" ? The following evideuoe whs tnkon J Alfred 0<iborn<>, an inukeepoi' ?? residing in^Goulblirn','.'; deposed thatl^ho.hadfknownj ^deceased &for.Jabjjut ? fwo - years| !aud?: a-ha 1f; ^ttW^8ttwA-liim!.fon.-'S#turdBy^night.,j.>vb8c,ap "poaro'tf "to'^bo very woakj lkan'd "had'1 a great difficulty ill, getting Ilia \ bread), .as t if . suffering -from- a violent coldj; ?deceased asked for a pint of bour, but wit-. hobb did not sorve him -then, thinking lie was not in a fit stato1 for Idrink,;and advise'd iiim'to^go home and go to bed ; he. then left 'but'retu'rned in about ten minutes, saying h'o oould not find his way ; he asked fur a drink; and wilneas gave him a .small nobbier: ofi ibocr; but he was not able to drink itj; thought it -w«s better to send for ...

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Much Ado about Nothing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

Much Ado about Nothing1. Old mothor Ohu Ohong, or Hamilton, or whatever her name is,awns not murdered after all, for after giving an onergetio;ofiiubr; of.polico.a good.donl of trouble, and her..pre- , : possessing, Adonis a lot oi-mobnyemenoe;islxe, j 'turned 'lip on ,1'bureday morning :neur jher ' $onn;plade;a^;Jembaioumbene^'.'i'^]iik'de)eo- i tublo specimen of feminine humanity has on other ocimsiona oausud much trouble to tlie . poliiie olTioi'rtlvin co'usoquenoe of hoc Ooles ttal prodileotioua, and now that she has returned to ihor " disconsolate " family,' she positively refuses to enlighten thorn as..to what" mission of meroy?'<she had been away,; ,;on.Itjis to .be. hoped that .she ,and her iu-" 'iterestinglbelongiiiga ,will henceforth stick to ;the ohurooal-burniug, and not (for a time at ! sleast),, oause:; another.. .pinef jdays' wonder.! » i When-news»off her stifety-reaohed .town, au < irropresaible young Australian, wi:li mure i 'forcevthau.diguit...

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Vandalism. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

Vandalism. Under tho nbovo heading1, the Burrowa News anys On.;. Monday, night,y or, early, on'Tuesdayi~ai'ornin^; several^acta [of . iiionn-: ingl0Bs;vand'nliamtwer0'commit,Kd:vin BurJ rowa, by tho removal and partial destruc tion of property, suchvas; onrtwheels, wei^h ing-maohinos; ca8SSi'&o.'." Tho-most' serious was the damage done to Mr. W. Kirk, blncksmiih. His forgo foundation, was com pletely broken .up, and his tools; and smiths' i goods cast into the:street... The; polioo have llio matter in hand, and; at least threo sucu jmonsesj'will-!very'-probalily shortly issjto.^

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Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

, 1 i, Narrow. ;Esoape. I J ' ' ] i On i^edh^sday fK man ..[galloped /nlongS Bentribk^strse^ Bathural;, on horseback, and' when.: near tlio corner of that street and Piper-street, fell heavily from his borso. several persons instantly ran to his assis tamxy fearing th«f«,a.f seriousT accident...Ibad happened.. The maiv^ however,^waslifoutiil : to be euffi-i'ing from the effects of consum ing too much forninnted and. spirituous liquors only, the fall having done him no harm. Some' tradon'raon; who happened to be near at hand, took from the pockets of the inebriate the sum of £29, which they will keep for him until ho recovers. The man, after n short timo, remounted his horse, rodo to a pulii Inenr'by,; .jrokaled' himself with two more glasses? ond galloped off at a mad , pace. Th'e man, we ''believe; is a resident of the Lagoon/and had that day come iato town to BOO the remains of a fiienddaid in their last resting-place. Had the money not been taken trorn his pookm , by friends he w...

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Another Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

' . Another Victim. . At Echuca, on Saturday' I3th instant about dusk, a painter, named Paul, residing in Hutne-street, whilst getting^ his ^tea, fancied he heard an infant's ory^ifromjStho water closet. Ho found it fastened Failing to ^rain admittance lie went for the'police. Senior-constable 'Nedvvll eorrived, [and ef fected an entrance r by1 chopping down tho side with an axe, whpn were discovered1 tho body o£ft},wo~mah',(ewitja ,ayiowly-boan infant besirlpt;hor':^ ^le^as^emovedjjto 'a holjsl! dnilievolrs'oncleavossimado'to'restorej!,: anima tion, but unsuccessfully, while Dr, prolcep, being sent for, on his nriiival declared life to be, extinct., The body was remoriod to -tho morgue foriidontifioalion, and nn-inquest, iwiis ? h el dp o n;v?.Mond av^hen^tli p.^dec.ea8,od! was identified 'ns\a£singlej' woman named,, Mary Ann Arnold, aged 30 years who re sided - at Bain-street, Sandhurst-" Her brother'.".who, attended the^ inquest, sta_tod thaWfjlfe'iiwns one of$3^ fain] 1 y> -;...

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

> Ll!". . ? - U 1 ?' | ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS: IS warranted to euro all discharges from tho Urinary Organs, in cither sex, acquired or con stitutional, Gravel and Fains in tbe Back. Sold in BOXOH, 4m (id each, by all Chemists and Patent Moiliuiuu Vendors. Solo Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, APOTHBCA1UBS' HALL, LINCOLN, ENGLAND EXPORT AGENTS.: Burgoyue, Burbidgos and Co., Coloman Street London Newbery and Sons, 37 Newgate Street, London ? Barclay and Sons, Off Farringdon Street, London Sanger and Sons, Oxford Street, London Anil nil th« London Wholesale HOUSOB. SYDNEY AGENTS. ELLIOTT BROTHERS and Co., Wholesale Drug. gists ED, ItOW & Co. MELBOURNE AGENTS. ROOKE, TOMPSITT, & Co. HEMMONS & Co., Wholesale Druggists PITCH is FRI5NOH. ADELAIDE AGENTS. i PAULDING & Co., Wholoflftle Druggists A. M. BIOKFORD & SONS, Wholesale Drug gists and Importers, Adelaide and Kadina. BRISBANE AGENTS. BERKLEY & TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggists. ELLIOTT BRO...

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A Murderous Attack. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

{;>!:if33a|yg^ i! " A Murderous ".Attack;'*. The '? Maffra correspondent of tuo Mel ? bourne- Argus reports that on Sunday after noon 0 murderous attack was made on Mr. George Thomson, a' "'rnzier;1 livinff at Tin. amha. ? ? Mr.; Thomson was talking' to.a man: in his-employ, named Allardycej when tho latter," without1 the- slightest" provocation, seized a 'spade,,that ,^yas,;ly,ing,;inearj . and; struck Mri Thom:sori,;a'ivio'lebt blowT'on. thei head, which stunnedhim 1 and cut hisfnre head completely open;1!'Allardyco then rushed, at his fallen victimfwlio' wasientirely"at:his assailant's mercy, when a. man named King arrived on the scone, aji^ljSttved Mr.^Thonisqn! from further injury; Tlib'doctor'who is attend ing the injured man pronounces, Uie < case ak very serious one. The injurieB.are'of.atdanger:>! ous character,and had the blow boon inflicted . a little higher it must have caused^iustaut' death. Allardyce, who was lodged 1 in alie! Maffra gnol, appears quit...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 August 1881

COOTAMUNDRA (From our Correspondent)           EXTENSION OF BUSINESS. - Mr. James T Duhigg lemonade and cordial manufacturer has leased those extensive corner properties lately purchased by Mr Denieff, situated opposite the London Colonade; and is now occupied removing his valuable and improved extensive plant(bakery and cordials) into the above premises, where he intends carrying on the business on a large scale, having increased accommodation, Mr. Denieff having newly created the sheds and out buildings necessary for a complete cordial factory.       MALT.-r-Tbe.new brewery is rapidly ap proach jnspompjetion,^ ^ ,u ~ i " l^fMnAV.'PinnonMs^the'suodhssfijlltondereri j for,(l hVco&tVap t. f or' m,e"tnll i n g^tlio^roft d^/rom theilownship to'Mo{3-owaQ,8,lane.j^js' J n liiKiMAiDBNi'BwBs.^OOO/e^eBj'.yerythealthy, rth'e-pro'ijeity.'ofrMr^Stophott^ennellyrpassdd? Hhrougliilierp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

, Wauled, 1 O OR 30 BOYS to learn Hie BOOTMAKING XO. in.EVERY BRANCH, at WOOD COM PANY'S BOOT FAOTOBY, Goulbarn. ' } venders Wanted EOB.FB'NOING .THE GEOUNDS! around the proposed S. HEART CHURCH, North Goul burn. ? ? ? ? - Tenders will, bo-received up to THURSDAY NEXT. , a" Fur specifications, apply to the undersigned.; DENIS T. WALSH, o!o. Bishop's House, Gonjburn, 22nd August,. 18§1. ; . i 'n . oiace.. ; i i T>ERSONS intending SENDING JT. M A liIlIS to REPRIEVE will please to hare tbnm in Ooulbiirn on the Stii ' SEPTEMBER, at i the Livery Yards; where I, will,take de. livery of thoim ' 1 will iilao take dnlivery'ut Phelp's Motel, Turago, on SEPTEM LiER llTir. M. MoALISTER. : Wallaby, airlye.-1 TnHE undersigned intend havirtg.!uWALLABY ± DRIVE on MONDAY, 20TII INSTANT. DINNER, SUPPER..and DANCING, to> wliicli njj'wKo joiii iho Diivb are invited. ( : > , Bring Whips atidPint pots.' Mdet" at' half-post oielit a.ni. i ' ' ; > .! 1 ' 1I , . j I Tl-IOSiiWi Q-VVYNN. GLENNan.'...

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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK VI. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

VALERIE AYLMEE. BY TJIB ADTHOU OF MOHTOK' ITODSE. BOOK VI. . ? ? ' ' CnAFTlSR III.-OUT or THE JAWS OF DEATH. " MAUUIOE ! Matirion !" . . ; Such was the siak'man's yimning cryfrom morning 1 till ni^ht-over tossing in restless delirium-ever calling on thut name, which WHS now, in till. probability, only n name. Many tinms had Valerie cause to tlmnk God thatsho had peraev.'red in her' resolu tion to accompany Gaston Darcy to America ; for, scarcely did his foot press the soil of the Nmv Woilii, when lie was stricken down byi a suddenillness-arising, tli'e physicians Sfiiri, from mingled physical .exhaustion «nd mental anxiet*, ' wliii h, hut tor her pr s^nce, w .uld Imvo ca-^t him 'I'hI'ijIh'bs ou Hlie hands <if' 'mc'tii»ls itud strHntjora/ As it was, the-care he received could not possibly 'havH l>o»n'more tender, or more 'unremit ting, it his own sister had rendered if. Day and night, she auuroely left his side ; . and day and nitfb't^she was tortured by that' mean whic...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

LATEST1 BY CABLE. ' {From Che Sydney Herald.) LONDON, Auprnst 22. THE elections for the Trinsvaal Volksraad" are now proceeding. The* majority of the candidates are bitterly opposed to the Con vention, which httB been ("i^nnd, but which awaits ratification by ihe Yulks-raad. ; The laying of a second cable through the Suez Canal and liml Sea, to start from Alex andria, under English auspices, is being advocated. The Greeks have commenced to occupy'he province of Thesealvi which was recently ceded by Turkey to Greece. > Two hundred Nihilists, who' were arrested and subsequently convicted of being con corned in various plots against the life of the Czar, are about to bo transported from Russia to Siberia; Mr.. John Dillon, in haranguing a large assemblage of people at Tipperary in regard to the Irish Land Act, said that under the provisions of the measure the landlords would be enabled to benefit themselves at the expense, of the tenants. "'i'ho Socialists iu Switzerland have threat...

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