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HALF HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

HALF HOLIDAY. The President of tho Bombala Halfholi day Association (tho Rev. G. P. Metcalfo) interviewed our local busine-!o people dur itig tho week with ' reference to tbe form ing of an Association hero. Tho buainosa people exproDsod thomBelvea favorable to the movement, and it is probable that tho weekly half-holidfiy and early clos ing system will shortly bo introduced into Delegate. .

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

Parsons, the bhampion Australian oy-^ clist, is now in America. He receives £7 ? a week from the Dunlop tyre people.

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

BUGGY ACCIDENT. On Saturday morning last as some of tho members of Mr. Wright'o (of Bal gownie) family woi'e driving into Dole gate, the horso shied and capsized the the buggy, precipitating its occupants to the ground. The buggy was more or leas damaged, and had to' go into ' dock' for repairs, but 'ortunaiely tbe^ccupants escaped without receiving any soriou3 injury. .

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Gold Extraction Process. A MARVELLOUS INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

^oM - Bxjtatiom/feoces^ -: .?AiMAm^LLOU^NVENTlONv'-' ' What seems to' tarsthciv discovery of ^he century in- connection with the dealing with refractory ores^ is. reported from: London. If' what1 tne London ' Finan cial Bulletin''' oiB.July 11 saysbe.abso lutelv;true ? and' fliera in- no. rnnann ? Vru doubt Cit^— this -mrirvellous invention is destined in every particular to supersede all other- modes of quartz disintegration, ?- arid remove all previous obstacles, such as expense and labor, attached to extrac tion of gold from- quartz. This is wh'at the nowspaperabovo' referred to says :-^- ' Gold will' no'w. .3'ield:, itself without the application' of endless toil. There' is not a, doubt of it— -yro have seen it with our eyes, and, therefore, believe. Gold io .usually found' in- association, with the .hardest rocks, quartz, iron p.yiites, and: the like, and clings to tlrom like a living thing, as if contciou3 of its worth, and .- wauting to say, 'To ? got me you must sweat for mo...

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"AUSTRALIAN CRICKET." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

. 'AUSTRALIAN CRICKET.' We have just received tha firat iG3uo of the abovo, a now weekly periodical published, by Messrs. Gordon and Gotch and edited by Mr. C. T. B.- Turner.. It is issued from tho establishment of Mecara. Wm. Books and Co., tho woll Irnot7n printers, 01 viucon 0 Jf lace* Sydney, 'wlncn is sufficient guarantee that the prmtinjr and get-up ia Al. . It contains a weekly record of tho gamo, and is published at on annual oubacription of -9s, ? half-year 5s. 6d,, or 3d a oinglo copy. :

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

.:; Items Of SpOStv ? ??,-;; ;;,. .?-.; ,i.; ' ; ''?? ''.'.a— '-^ — liii.' .''?'?'? '?? ' ' ' -? It 'The Australian cricketers- will clear nearly £1000 a. roan by; the English trip. ? : Jockey Loates had at date- of last mail 08 winning mounts to his credit. Cannon iai close upon this record with 94 wins. '. i Right . Honorable, who fTtnired' first in !tlxeT-ig eyent.at Hawkesbury, and* who is|erigaged in A. J.C. events an-d the Vic torian Cups, did not incur any. penalty by .'hiB'succesg. , ' . ... .„?..,: ; 'The Adelaide Spring Handicap result ed in a desperate finish: between1 Elen ?sinian, who won by a neck, and Foliage. Supposition was third. ? ' ' 1a. cycling7 insurance company has been ^floated- in- 'London with a, capital' of a third of a million sterling. ? ' . ?'???? A big : field Contested the Hawkesbury Grand Handicap, Royal R;dse .and The Sketch being most f andiod. Right Hon orable, a 10 to 1 chance, wpn by a length from Gaulus, the 'third favorite. Mess mate occsupied...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

NOTJ€E. THE Undersigned will receive PEODUCE at Millinjtton'B Bwrna, Delegate, on Friday and Saturday of.«ufaweek. Highest CASH Price given. ? w. y, stone. LADIES' SAFEGUARD (ReOIGTEBED). T ADIEB' FRENCH SAFETY PILLS JLJ bto tho qaiokoot, Surest, nnd boat medi cine for rostonntr Begularity, no mutter why or how long delayed. They NEVEE fcili Take no others 1 Bor, oont frco from Ob':r?o ? tlon, 7/6, Estra Stroag, 20/. (sumantecd Al ) Address PBOFESSORHAUTilONT.E.Il.D Victoria-street, North Uolbourno. ggTALL LETTErtS.BOttNED. Ailments Peculiar to Women. NATURE has provided her own Natural Remedies for the many ailments the hninaii family are subjected, to— whioh ?? have been carefully and skilfully compounded Into the ? MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES ' by Pbowbbob HENElf^WATEEHQU8B— who gives his Knowledge and Advice Fawr or GaisoB to all using the ..',-?? .. ; MARIANTY REMEDEE&.X ?;?'?; By personal Consultation^ by Letter, at his Consulting Offices, 89tKinsc-atreet.' Sydney. All le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

Charles Commons ? IS STILL IN FROftT. _ ? ~rr HAVE distanced nil - ' ^L g»% JJ_ Compotitora in the ' dwffl\ BLACKSMlTIIINGtrado. U-VMjT.?' ing— fvorything io wpto ?MiJkTW0k PBICES ARE REASON .-..v' ' \ --2-y«S3*«- — — It ia my busineps and picnocro to ftivo tho ntmoBt ?atiofaction to all Curtcmorj. Ererythinff conntctcd v?ith tho trado kept in stock. ; ? C. CQAZXIGXS, ' - . ' Opposite M. Gocdtuin'B Storos. DELEGATE SMITHY. Bobert Watling, PRIZE HORSE-SUOER I ' and I - General Blacksmith, I ? -W-«rTHiLE returning tbanbo for tho hboral f ?' W patronaco accorded him in tho paot, I ' ^p . . ™ohe3 to inform the reii v ? ~ 53u.$5- c dont° of Doi°sat° and -Dur' f\ &fcPft$y roundinf? diotriota thr.t oil t '- ? -; ]f M^yX. work cntructod to him in [...?- ' . : ' fr~~^\fV the futuro will bo executed l%£: . ' ' fjvsr.'^i^fj in tlj0 cc-wo c't'Bfociory feteSJv ?'''?? ^j, ''v^'\j# mr.nnor v/hich bra liithorto H®!^ %0£',r- & ''??'''' cbsractcrircd hio work.. !J8/' ' HORSES WELL end...

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Local Intelligence. SADDLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

1L©ssI EmftcIIngence. SADDLERY. We' have recently oeou a couple of seta oi' buggy harnejs tuined out at our local saddlery establishment, to tho order of Sir. W. T. Portt.r, which, for workman ship and finish cannot bo surpassed in the motropolio. Mr. Ford atoeks'only the very beat of material, and when work can bo turned out iu our midst equal to the imported articlo, we fail to see the nccoBsity o£ people sending their money out of tho district for enj thin jj they may require iu tho saddlery lino. To*n ia now finishing a really excellent sot of buggy 'harness to tho order of Mr. G. W. Ham mond, our local Public School toocher, who talico Mo doparturo irom amongst us at tho ond of tko month. Mi. Hum raond io a thorough aud consistent be liover in leather-work manufactured iii a country town, and although he will be rosiding in closo proximity to tho city, whoso ho would bo able to got a much greater choice, ho preferred to entrust hio order to our local ar.ddior, fooling that ho w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

;- caption. ' ; A Mi PERSONS 0x9 Hereby cantaoned.from A. SHOTTING. HUNTING, or otherwise treapseslngonanyof my land. Anyone found w dotae after ttafi data will bo pioBeeuted. Alw. ALL STOCK f*»8P*wm«r will balm ponnded. without respect to gg-*^ Cniffte, Sept. 17th, 1806. t: notice. ALL CATTLE GrarinR on tho BTDWELL and portion of the GLENOAMEKON Enn must be removed boforo t'uo lot Octobor. BOBERT HUTCH1NSON. JOHN J. NIOHOL. Delegate Cricket €tok nriHG ANNUAL MEETING of Moabera of JL the abovo will bo held nt Rsrf ? er'e Com mercial Hotel THIS EVENING (Thursday), ^ ^ CHAS DAWSON, Han. Secretary. SECUEITT BY SHEET ANCHOR, {6 yean) Winner of Sale Handicap, will stand , - - thia season at Cabanandra. Pail particulars, 'rith pedigree, in future issue. Apply^o , -? i- 1. , . , . F^ED.aiMPSON. _ ' ' v - \ ^ Cabaaacdra. Auction Sales. Fat Cattle, Sheep, Single , Boggy, Ac-, &c SATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, '' | at 13 o'cioolf. «TTTpAS recoivod in-lnictta;^ to call by Pob - XI lio Aucti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

Printed and published by J. Plowkigiit oaa O. Dawoon at the Auatra Priritin-- Offico Colette, in the colony of Now Soutb. ' Walea. . , . ' ''i i' I

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

'?'??.?'.V.ftGeneirai News. . . CHItMNO.iW'dHks; AT QOULBUHN.— Pur-j suant to a resolution, carried afc the lasti meeting of i the Council, a public' nVeetih^g: ?was hold at G6ulburh; ofl WPuneaday! evening lastin connection with the pro-, posod establishment of chilling _and re frigerating works, combined with a cen tral creamery. 1 hero wa* a large atten-! dance. Mr. Geddos, of Sydney, and Mr. Wildridge, a member ; of the i Export Board, attended bj' invitation. Tlio for mer spoke at some length, pointing out tho prospects of an export trade In such articles as meat, butter and fruit. He said he hud unlimited orders from 'Paris for hares. Ho considered that GouEbnrn was very favorably situated for the pro posed works. Mr. Wildridgo said that tho Board of Exports had laid proposals before the Government for the leasing of storage. This would assist those engcgeci in tho export industries. Motions were ? carried favorable to the formation of tho works, with a capital of £10,000, and...

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DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

/DOBEEN. The Story of a Singer. BY EDNA LYALL. (All Eights Keseiived.) CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) 'Havo you no friondn to Lolp you?' lie asked, looL'ig r,t tho girlish profile beaido him, rnd snGrvelliug how, with auoU a load of c^uo, oho endured lifo at all. ' Oh yea,' ropliecl Doreon brightly, ' Not rich friondo, but very pood onec. My un^lp, Mr. Gorth, haa a post at thy Britioh Musoura, asd the houno in Bor nard Street ia his own property, ao that ho ran at any rato put a roof ovor our hoada; and tkon there is father's friend . and executor, Donal Moor*', — ho would toke good caro thc.t wo did not actually etarvo. And porhaps the greatest help of all io a moDt quaint American woman who crossed over in the sauio steam-r with us. Her namo ia IL'garMuehmore. She grow 80 fond of uo all, and specially of tho babv, that whon my mothes died eho offered to stay with ua for a year without thinking o£ wages, I don't know how tho children ?would ha^e fared without her.1 The relief of having ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

?: ? -; \BE0N GTJARD,'; ']i:'Ztf ?'?. '- ??''??.?' AGAINST:;THE' C':\^ ;^'{' VILE AND INJURiOUS IMITATIONS 't ?;t, '-CLEMENTS TONIC ;- :« ????» - SOLD^BY MANY DEALERS. i? ? CLEMENTS TONIC IS THE ; '-'-? best, original ; - v ' ; .' \ \ ''? . ? ' AND' ONLY GENUINE.' .^ . ; ; '.']'.. - . Don't be deceived:or misled into Gray ing any bthexi or your pains,- time and money ore only thrownaway., '? ' : : : ??'.- ' CLEMENTS; TONIC' ^.??!V.,^:'. ? POSITIVELY CURES ALL CASES '''' ARISING FROM V-V'- j ; ANEMIA, LIVER COMPLAINT --:: J j ?? ''????:: AND INDIGESTION; : ; '. -;;'; Mrs. H. Salway, CoVor'go, ,.'N.SiW.'j .??'who. writes on April 19th, 1893 :—^I have been a severe sufferer from' indigestion fora considerable time, loss of appetite, a con tinued languid f eeliug, extreme weakness ; and restless at night. I had also advice and attendance of a medical man, but derived no benefit from either. I was advised to try Clementa Tonic, . and the, improvement was so', great before 1 .had finished...

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"GLIMPSES OF AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

1 « GLIMPSES OF AUSTRALIA.'? 'v :? ?The. above io tho title fpf ,an Album:; of jj; Australian views now being Jesued.v.by'iv Messrs. Gordon and Gotch. of Pitt-streeti ;??: Sydney, th.o first copy of which isbefore-^ us. The , yiowa- aro, escollently repro^iii duced, ahd.compriGO pictures -of Mps- ;, mans, the 'Gap, Brisbane, minine- and- ^ V: prbbpecting 'at Coolgardio. , (including the- - V famous. Londonderry; . naiae),: views ,:of '?.-. Bendlgo, Melbourao, Adelaide,' ?Sydney,'-?-, Newcastle, a group of '-tho .Govorn'oraA b£- . i Now South Wale/3, Victoria, and ? ' -SpUtku-;! Australia, gathered with .their families, and suitea. at Sydney Governmonc House.;.;' The work is a purely, colonial 6no,jT7hicliV^ fact should rnako it tho.uaors ipteresting -;; and acceptable, and will bo complated ?'.).? in twenty-four parts (issued fortnigKtlyj,, comprising 384 yiewa of-. Auetraiiat). scenery, towno, and industries. ;, In the': . production of tho \70rk the publishers.; v. r.ava recoived:...

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HARE DRIVE & SOCIAL AT COMETVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

HARE DRIVE & SOCIAL AT COMET ; VILLE. The first systematic harodrivo that han over taken place in tho Delegate district was BucceBsfully carried out on the pro perty of Mr. R. Liddle, J.P., of Cometh ville, on Saturday last. Tho ohootorri numbared 13, and a contingent of boater*! incltidod a Roodly pronurtion of t!in tnW ses. A otart wao made ut abo-tt 11 o'clock, tho tirat ttro drives only totalling 10 killed, of whidi numbor W. Lawaon was successful in capturing live. Lun chson was then carved on tho greon, and after tho shootoro had regaled themselves! with tho good tilings provided, a fresh start was mado. Threo moro drives re sulted in an additional CO hares being slaughtered, bringing the totai'i^'mber ' killed up to' 70. ThG f=hootera and boaters aliko were then iuvitod to tho homestead, where tea was earned prior to their de parture. Afc tho instanco of Mr. Jackson. threo hearty cheers wero accorded Mr. Liddlo for the splendid day'e oport.he'' '. had provided. Mr. Li...

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The Adaminaby Shooting Accident [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

Tlic Adamiiutby Shooting' | ?? ? : ? -??:?;' ;;-uicicideiit;1';' ; V';; '' ;;;;;';' j With reference to -tie terrible shooting: accident which occurred; near Adaminaby., on last Sunday week, .and , which was attended with fatal results, the victim of the accident, Mr. W. Keurnes, , buccumb ing to the injuries at about 11 o'clock on the Monday m Tning, the Man And Mjeb cuhy's Adaminaby. correspondent; has supplied them with the following, par ticulars :—' It appears that Mr. Kearnes, with others, got up a party -for a hare drive on Sunday, last. They had gone some distance from deceased's rosidonce, when Mr. Kelly was asked by the de ceased to carry his gun and hav.o a shot. They were walking a few feet apart when a hare started np near them. Kelly turned round suddenly to get a shot at the hare, whenthe guu:accident'ally went off;, the deceased receiving the full charge in the left side of the abdomen.^ which passed right through the entrails an'd lodged in the right iudol ' The dec...

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

f i'-'C ^.^JpSk?!®^?^^^'^^^^^-''--'-' ': '? V ^L j .MREtiNG , pE, £he Delegate - Progress ^Committee; was held, at Mt; Ma'ddison's . office on Thursday afternoon last. There ; .yfire. present— Messrs- R. D'Arcy (in the jchalr), T. Oliver, 0. Commons, M. Good j.itta'n, D. R^nkin, T. Ford W; T. Porter, C. Damson, E. Booth, G. E. Maddison, and^ J, JPlowright. : ...The. old committee had for some con siderable-time past been in a state of in action, and the real object of the meet ing was to forra-a new one. Mr. Maddison proposed, and Mr. Gbod arian seconded, 'That a Progress Com mittee bo formed, to be called the Dele gate Progress Committee.' Carried. Proposed by Mr. Rankin, and Reconded 'by Mi'. Commons, ' That all present, with power to add to their: number, form themselves into a committee^ at an an nual subscription., of la per annum;' Carried. - ?-? ? ' ;-' . ?? . Proponed1 by Mr. Ford, seconded by Mr. Rarikin, ' That Mr. Maddieon ant as secretary.' ' Carried. ' : Proposed by Mr....

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THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

'THE SEASON. -.-{?!' ',. ??': Thr season, bo far j gives promisoof being a good ono, tho weather being all that could bo desired., It.ia.to be de voutly hoped that, the present favorable conditions will continue, as ' another bad season would ' 6imply mean ruination to ttio district. Under the ' most auspicious circumstances, ' ife will take tho small settlers all their time to pull themsolves together, as the losses in stock have been heavy, while both cereal and root crops, in most cases, were an. utter failure, A. fairly largo area has been put under crop this season, and it is to be hoped that the Divine Providence': -will, deal' moro: graci- ously .with; -us this year,-; and that the yield will be such as to , fully recoup our farmers f os the losses they have sus tainod by tho unpEecadented dry- season we have just passed thiough.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896

,,; THE WEATHER. ?: On S'unday afternoon a 'heavy storm swept iover tho1 to vvn.:j-;Fori come tiiiio provious'a loudrunililing^ndisp could be hoard, gd of .dictant'1 tilunr(ei;i;and Moiint Delegate and' thV-hills 'at -'tho -refer' of the town wexo onvolopdd' £a'!ii in a den30 cloud. ' Mohday:Cucl Tuesday were bright and warm, but' Wednesday-' was dull and overcast, iwithU a f ceshi 6 south-westerly' wind' blowing/ :Tho''gra63isv;grdwibg apace, and if tho preagnfr-'favbrable wea ther JContinue'SjvStock Shat'hava-hadto be removedforfee'd will^eliortly1 be1 abla to, return-to the.diBtrict.';i' l'^ -?'?'' I i--;'.'i'-;- ?; ':

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