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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
?^Wiiiiiff;:Wfcms. ;?;.'.; -' : '.' '' ' flFJim 'tnwT'aVBbufa VotoK, V1,' '' ' VHini^^i&jratfy ^$tf.ififi?;Se!d.at;t»je-:;; p*e»«nt ia very' alowt*khough there. are but a few tnJni§rtT?oai/^bf ? employment; ?' Very few- dakne appear to beraUingpay- '? nbl* Btone(«-d Wl.tiae -biitberies are ap^ ? * parently , deadv . Anything like; a regulas \ Weekly. o»n»onthlyj gold return, of even a ? . ? few nundred ounces, appears to-be^a thinar- / 6t the past ' '.,.-''?. . , ,'.'-.' ' '?/.? ;' ? ? ? ' '? - ?- ?? Falinere bat? reduced hands owing, it U'believed, to negotratioas which are said to be pending for eithor purchase or amal gamation with adjoining properties, of ' which the Great Victory is said to be one. The eosatry io principally granito. , ?] Davy, Hindicliffe and party aro raising some fair stoue on Bland's Proprietary , opposite Mount Gahan battery^ .There is. a oonaidorable quantity ot groes^ ?'; ,.;' t ~. - Some of tho- parties that have been buf . * TimbiUiea way great...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
SHIPPING. - . \ hrpoitTS per Mr. Booth, .from 2nd to 7th September : — 6 bgs maize, G'bgs corn, 66' bgB chaff, ca li'waro, 03 o'waro, cs paint, pUgo, 2 ca and tva drape^, pel bobts,(4- ska maize, 48 sks chaff, 40 bgs flour, I'O .: ska lime. ' ' ' t' Import3 per Mr. Goodman, from' 29tb~ Auffust to 9th Sui)t. : — 40 bo-n nno-nr. IB bga rico, lidl plants, 20 bjja oats, 2 tjgts bran, C8 b'pov/dor, 3 cs tea, ca hops/cti grocorioa, kg soda, 2 oks meal, sk riccf, 13 sks maize, 30 eks chaffi, 2 cs candlos^ as puint, 2 o'ovens and lido, S cs troaclff, 3 os syrup, ca groceries, ca 6'ware. ; '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
81JBB CUBBf6^«mii^8^ : It gitw B*lie( in thnfl . hbaw. and .ffe^*.' ? Cw in JO &&.2^s*p*Z*£Fi*J**: ouM,aBdi«»OodMadtoth« poor raffenr. W« and ?drk»,»BBB.^To,ttf«». w»n«th» MARIAKTr-OUBE,— dba't despair, but gotf 4*rO*,«I/ rfttr nJWIi^.jM -»* ? ?nPPW °* W« nave Te»*imoniali from many who have bowloBff Srfwtrii^vm »p^r»^wjT who are now permanently cm*d. Tht MAEIASTY BKMBDEKS. und« PBOFESBOB WATBBHOUSE'S Treatmerit; wlUeiu»:yoB.'*hin Alott^s fail. n . ? , - - i^ ?- ? ^ , - The MABIANTT CUBE is wrnt direct to »ay addm«;oa rjotipt of Portal wdaror Stamps, carefully packed, and Port f1rii^2/M/:»i»dty*J!«^*^ jei, foUeourw, 38a'. -. \ . VV.-- ; ?%?£' -'.'.i '^-^ ' v-?\/^ '??$&??' %*%:?- XV' ;^-': '.. ..' . 8ye^b-»:v8p^-d(«^oomrM.^r«^^ Caret Bhnmttlim, Srfatloa, QonKVtM in thi Biolt; IteiM.ia.tlM Bmd, Xmuiad*. Astibma. Sprain«,Bam«,BratoM,8««Ikd Joint*. »to* WiU;,«M. to» ii^t/oa** kpp«. ^ not «i^,.«t«-;2/6^/^a^;^i^b«itttfc. ; ? . ?;... r,, ? . ? .^-:.-;,; ; -/r; V; ',...
MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
MINING. LEASES.1./, In the-jC3Bombly; last : Wednesday, -Mr. Gould, answering a question inctead of Mr. S. Smith, said that in all casOB whore it wao brought under the notice of tho Mines 'Department, that tho labor condi tions on leapca woro not being . complied with, immediate stopo were taken to oan cel some or en forco Iu bbr. conditions Tho department was inot awaro that leasou wero hold by speculators without £ ulfill- ingtho labor conditions, but if any case were brought under attention in which the conditions 'of the leaea wero being evaded, immediate '(stops would bo taken to ejilorco thorn. Ab regarded mihoral lenseEi, if tho lo3se'eBbxpended £5 per aero within the ilrst 12 months *-£ their leases thq department under the law. could not cancel until after the ',-wt'puy,] of ' iorbo jeure\ r _ ;j'.^' /Y-'.a. ?']?:'?'?.'?',. ' '?!.*. -..',' '','?'
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
Current Topics. Speaking at Yass tho other evening, Mr. See, the astute financial lieutenant of the leader of the Opposition, iu answer to a question, euid that if ho wes u momber ? o£ tho uoy.t Ministry, ho would ropbal tho land tax. Thin i-i cortainly tho most important i.-tatemont mado by a prominent Oppositionist- for a long time, and aa Mr. See is practically innoparablo from any ? proloctionint ndminiHtratioii, tho voice of tho member for Grafton must ha pre sumed to bo tho voico o£ hia chiof, Mr. '. Lyno. It in' very clear, thorofore, that should Mr. Lyno eotno into power the Land Tax Act of tho Ueid Administra tion will bo repented. Mr. See declined to mako any explanation of tho direct taxation policy of his party. Ho point blank refused to be drawn any further. Mr. Seo would havo boon wiso had he rofrained .from being drawn at al), But the moat cautious polili'-ians are. caught at times. As Mr. Sco will not explain tho policy of his party, porhaps that. ? policy may bo dis...
From the "S.R. Mail." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
'iFxom1ibL«V'8;-R. Mail.'?': ;» | m J^pffiSfeirJf of ;thveMine8 Depart-' 'taent, aiia'MT. Thomas Roadknightleava ^ ?Orw-sV 'to-day (Saturday) to moke a pror 3 limihary' survey oi a track from Bunhaw * to Bohan'^, to bo cnt'by'ihe'M.inos Departs mont. Thio . track, ' if propbrly, carried . .. thrOUCPa. Sliould* onnn nn enmn vnlnnKT/\ country. From Nowa No^ra in a nortB eaBtorly direction vie tho Dominion, Mt. '. Tp'ra J^-viathcn, Back Oreo!; arid Murren-.. dal iriirica to Tui'nbach Forry thero exists- ... ? a bolt of country vrhich T7iU cooner.or-, lator command como conoiderablo otten tion ao it io rich, in gold, eilyer, copper and load. Tho IJinco Dopartmerit is-ito be coramondod ia talcing ctcpa.to. make ?. theco- T7iltla r.ccoaoiblo to pro3peptorer which cannot fr.il to bD accompanied .by (.. ~ good' robulta if propor ccro io oiorcisQd.in, ', .' the uurvoy o£ tracko. '?-'.'. £G0 Lao bean paid for ono-sistebntnt ?'? intorcct' in ? V/yo'o pro3p2ctin^j aroa'at1 Christraao Crcot, oct...
Fun and Fancy. TOO EXPLANATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
* Fun aiidf iFaiic^. ' TOO BXPLAJfATORY -r If anyone should call this afternoon, Mary, say that I am not well,' said a lady one day to a now domostio. «-' I'mafrftid . I ato a little too ranch of that ricli pudd- : ing for dinner, and it, or something else, '.' has brought on a so voro headache ; sol., am going to lio down.' A few momont9 later tho minfrnnn frnm her room at tho top of. tho stairs, heard ';? Mary, say to two aristocratic ladiea who '? called for tho tirst time : . \ij ' Yos'm. Mrs. 13 ? i.y at home, but ..-, v eho ato so much pudding for dinner ? .':?', she had to go to bed.' ? .' ? ? couldn't oi;t ahead or. i- at. ;. W An Irishman, on seeing a notice in a ? V-) haberdaaher's -window ono day which ran aa follows : — 'Everything sold here by- -.; tho yard,' entered, and asked tho man of tho shop if he cold buttermilk. ' Yea,' was tho answer. 'Then givo me a yard,'' said Pat. ' All right,' or.id tho man. and; dipp ing his finger into a dioh of milk at his ? aide, he dr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 17 September 1896
[?] '.-' ?* ? ' '??'?? ; ''? .'. ? '??: '. ? -' ' * - ? ? . ;.. ?. - ? .?.'.': :- ? -f - . ? . ??'? ' :-?-?????'???' .'?? ' ? - . (- .' ; ? ' '?''?,-''?.- ''???'. ' ? ' -????'? '??'?? A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP^-' /- ' ;? ? Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongbi^ &c., ???-'?' '??' to ciroosE' vfrX)m.' ; '??': ,', ' Only Firstrcass GocMs 3t-^t m^ Stock. ? ^ ? . .-.- t .' '..; -i. ?..- ,.'- :jr*,~'.i '..-r.'\' ?'?:''.'?'?' ???!!*-:*- ;».''/:'.4 ?.'?'?'. -' . ? ? ? : ' , V '????'!??? '???':- -i ???,?''''./'''-?'?'??'' l- ? ' L-' ' ;;-'-'-'-;-j-;-|:-;;-'--;^'-:1;y;-;--,.. v.;, ::^.^f^^S^S^^^f »-^!^',fe^;1':A.v; ?:;'? ? - : Send for Illustrated:: Gatalogue^ ' Our Prices are very low' for strictly firM-class Pianos lor Prompt Cash or Timo ... -.- :' .. r.iynibnt. ? ' ???,,. .-?.-'?? . ' ESTEY ? ORGANS ^7*'rTt7i'TlTTY'-?Tif r* ^VTVTJ^ilT1 'ff1**'1 **1*E'*'^ -'Al''nT-r\ *1iwt*JIV^ff' *? '* ( '''?? '_'.* i *;,*' ^ ' ' t *J The Best Tone an-) Mosi' 'Reliable. .-' . . Fiom £7 upwards. BR...
DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
.DOKEBN-.;' The Story of a Singer. « . BY EDNA LYALL. k (All Kight3 Reserved.) CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) ; 'Madame St. Pierre gave her a stately, -.-..' Bomewhat frigid greeting, — novices from - ?',: Amerioa were not popular. ' She'conson ted, however, to run through the Grace, and. the national anthem ; and at the close thero was a distinct change in hoi manner. ?? Oh, you -will get on vory nicely ; you noed have no fear ahout that,' she Baid gopd-naturedly. ? By the bye, Mr. barren, have you heard any ? thing about Ma lame D 3 JJarg'e projected tour in America ? I hops it is not true that aho intends to take with her that unlucky littlo violinist, a mere baby o£ seven, -who 'Ought to he in tho nursery.' 'No ; her father will not permit her to appear as yet in public, and ia taking her to Germany to study there till ahe is ten or eleven.' ?That's* tho most sensible thing Harry Kingston ever did in his life.' 8aid Madame Sfc. Pierre, approvingly. 'It ' went to my heart to think of...
Conditional Purchases. MOTION FOR REAPPRAISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
Conditional Purchases, MOTION FOR REAPPRAISEMENT. SPEECH BY M&. 'W. H. WOOD, M.L.A. Ik the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. 8th instant, Mr, WaddeU, M.L.A., for Cobar, moved : — (1). That,- in view of the fact that a large number of conditional purchases and addition al conditional purchases whioh have been made at 203 per acre are not now, and were not at *i,« .aaTtonfiva ilfttoi of selection, worth the prico named, thia Houbo iB of opinion that legislation should be pasaed empowering the Minister for LandB to have careful valuations made in all such caso3, and, where it is found that land bo conditionally purchased iB not worth the prico set upon it. to reduce such price to the appraised value. . . (2). That' such 'legislation shall provide that no person snail be entitled to a reduction on a larger area than the maximum area allowed for con ditional purchase in the division within whioh he had selected. 'Mr. WaddeU spoke at some length in support of his motion, and was fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
. DELEGATE. n GENERAL STOREKEEPER, (^tafolisned 1875.) A LxVRGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery,., Ironmongery, &c, TO CHOOSE FROM, Only First-cass Goods kept in Stock. LIh r ITlANUb .. ? AS^O ALL ' » * ; ' ^ ' .mr^— i. ? GOOD Send for Illustrated Catalogue. ?-?' -Our Prices are vciy low,' foi strictly first class Pianos foi Pi ompt Cash or Time ^ - ~ P.ijmcnt .'.'ESTEY ORGANS-' , The Best Tone and Mo&lfRclj.xWe. \ Ttora £7 upwards. BRASS BAND ana all kinds' of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. JjLtt ' * '? x 338 QEORQE STREET, ?^tosszESKaasBaa,^^ J!g^ ? j) S ? The largest Piano Business in THE DELEGATE ARGUS Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Advertisements at Reasonable Rates.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
PnEMirfn Tuhxer, of Victoria, announces that hia Ministry will immediately intro duce a bill to amend tho Constitution. Plural voting ia to be abolished, and tho ladles are to bo given the franchise In democratic Australia it is only to be ex pectedj that the principle of one man one Vote should receivo general acceptance. Of courao critics may point out that a Chief Justice is a far more worthy in habitant than an averago loafer, and that the voto of. tho first magistrate of tho land should not be neutralised by a worthless adult ; but this ia but an ex treme case. Taking the population as a whole, one man is just about as good as ^upther^ and the poor man is just as in telligent as tho- proprietor of lan«T«-»''1 houaos. A&aln, .n}l~*±o miuuiiy interested iu the welfaro of .the «j;ouritry. A; man ?with means mav Ieo.ro thecouritrv if lie wish. The poor man has to roraain in it because- he cannot afford to quit.it. And is a human ' being not more' Important than bricks ..and...
Before the Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
Before the Justices. At the Candolo Polico Court recently,, whon Mosars. A. H. Davis and T. Shelly wore charged with furious driving, in' .? examination of the witness' Davis, tho following amusing dialogue occurred; ? Tho Bench : Avo you well up in driv inc? Witness: I am an experienced driver, andean drivo six to eight horses, and' '''*' riding' ia my speciality. Constablo Smy tho : How were you thafc morning? ' Defendant : Quito well, thank you. Constablo Smytho : I don't mean that at all. I mean how many drinks had. you? Defendant: Perhaps threo ? or four or five, or something like that. Something the samo as I had this morning.' ° '? Tho P.M. : The usual quantity, I Bup- poso. ' ? ? ? . ? Defendant : Yes, the -usual quantity. ' Constable Smy the : Was not the [ fonmi» passenger singing out and laughing? -::- : Davis: Yes, she laughed and 8aid ' My wordj Davis, you aro the beat horse man that I ever saw.' . ' ? ???' Constablo Smy tho : Did you not skyv 'I have just beaten you on...
(From the Bairnsdale NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
(From tho BairnBdalo News.) Tho results of trial caushings so far at Club Terrace, Bemm River,f aro as fol lows : — ,r Ace of Clubs — 42 tons of qunrU crushed yielded 1 1'2oz of freo gold } con ceatratos go 20oz to tho ton. Royal Mint — 11 tons of stone; crushed1 at Bairn8uale, rotumod 45oz.. Olive Branch — 11 tons for a yiold o£ ..+:.?-'. 87 ounces. . ..-ij^g Joy and party pnf through five tons of '''?'-'?:3a^k stone at tho Ace of Clubs battery for ar ' ~^*Sr total of 12ipz. of freo gold j concentrates- ' about same value as Ace of Clubs.. Coombes and Robert;' — 2| tons quartz yielded Oioz. free gold ; concentrates valuable ' ? Sixteen tons of atone from Wileon's ' Reward aro now going through the A--j; ' of Clubs mill, and phould give a good, return. A now rosf oast of tho New Chum: United, was found ou the 81et AugUBf. by a prospector named De Merchi. He has exposed a body of. stono throo feet in width, carrying good gold. Tho reel is cut in two plnccs, and prospects well in each...
Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
Mining Items. (Fiom tho Bega Fjikf. Press.) Mount* Oa-hAtN contractora have finished their contract for tho first section of the now verbionl shaft, and Messrs. Ben KruU and F. Davidgo aro tho successful toij derere, nt 43s. por foot for tho Becond section, 100' feet. treated at the- Mount' Gahan Company^ works a largo parcel of ore from their largo stack. On Saturday all tlio men excepting tlioso required by labor condi tioua wore discharged from tho Kulkner Company's miuc. Tina wo believo is ou account of cortain business in connection with purchase of or amalgamation with the Great Victory being arranged-. Messrs.. Wood and Fnlkner, who wero ? hore sumo weoka- ago ou biiBinoas con nected with the Bland Proprietary, aro again on tho Held ou tho 6ame errand. ^ Messrs. W. Falkner and Cavanagh lire' gotting out a crushing from tho shafts on one of Falkner's bases, north tf Mount Gahan.. Tho Pumbuia Gold Minos Company rro raising golden ore from thoir north drivod and nro a'so sinking...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896
News and Notes. There will be no dissolution 'within 12 Months. The' Labor . party will not give .Mr.' Rb& -a chance to resign. Tho *- Matrimoninl Gazette' has made ito appearance. It ip, of course, run on '?'aiarriage lines.' Mrs. Mollon, tho spiritualist, whom ox Judgo Windeyor bol:ovod in, has turned It is tiow understood that Sir Goorge Dibba has mado up his mind to forgot ' politics for ovor. Tho cablo says, ' Russia ia paileying vith the Powers.' Yes, and France is '' parley voiug ' with the Russian Em . peror. Mr. K. G. Wait, of Biown's Camp, has pnrohased tho colobratod Clydesdale stal lion Highlander, and is placing him at tho disposal of broedera for t .e coming ' season. Mr. Lyne appears to bo onduring as many banquets aa tho Fromier. Promi nent politicians Butter much in this colony. Fully 600 delogates from South Aus tralia and Victoria attended the Christian Endeavour Couvontion held in Sydney laat week. Thin id another link in tho ? long chain of Federation wh...