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Imprisonment of a Child for Sly Grog-Selling. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

Imprisonment of a Child for;'Sly w- .Grog-Sellingr y, -4 j i . A very/i extraordinary case cam.e before the Victorian Supreme [Court in ^Chambers, on FridayflaEttl: TheLAlrgusii,epohsl2thatf>an; uppiicatiun was made belore .Mr. Justice Higinbotbatn lor tbe discharge from cii;Ktjddjr, ill'a cbild, l!) years of age, nauicd Elizabeth' Marshall,.who is^detnined in gaol uniierja' 1 coiiY,iciTori .f o r s I y^g ro g-.s e 11 i n g. In December, lost a person named liowley went to the boiise'1 of one Gilbert Marshall, near Whittlespa/ and- bought some"liquor from the girl.| "He asked her name, and she said " Ijanny Marshall." A summons was then talcep-'out' against: her for selling liquor without {.iv, liceuso, The summons wos taken.. outinnsi against " Fanny Marshull,!' and was served by its|bein^ l;eft at the house., . It was heard \at the Whittlesea police court, when a sister,, of tbthprisoner's appeared. Her nami was Fanny . Marshall, and it was admitted! that; she was not the girl ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Is It So Everywhere? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

Is It So Everywhere?., Men with the beautiful letiejjs/'J\ P,.,V attaobed tu. their uumus.ridojaljiug thp;fo.o| pathsiu Tamworth, but; the authorities do uufc tu'lie any uofciue of their actions.1 Let un ui)fortunito poor person run a goat iu the etroot, or , neglect to build an expensive " reading room " to his buoli yurd, and see how suou, George ^MugglotoD'j.'Esquiro, In speijtorj of.|Nui8iinde!i|tO (vtlie!iBorougti Oouuoil of Tomworth', Kv'iIlvi u'vuk'o Uha' "power of the Police Court Boucli.-'Twere ever thus ! Solah !-" Tauiworth Observor.'.'y

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Didn't Like His Look. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

Didn't uiiike'. His v Look. Th'e'Tumwortla.ludvjienrleDt.relates tliot at the present Quarter., Suasions-thore, whnn iho jury woro brought'.'.' to;tho bookftobe'sworli," whether the ohallon^etwos an'aTbiu'ary^mo. Upnri' liis'Jlunnr informing! tlie p'ridb'Hii'rVtl .t it would bo iroOGSBnr^. for j liim ;to^ giv^e ,a 'relisori'wjiy'he. consid0red'th'o.,j'iiror|, h^|"ob ;joot6d:\ti):'";^a8..,.upt^likWy(i:to,,i"gi.Ya,li.ltimi.!kn imp I'rilnl trial, or wns-in anyMv.ayiprpj,udiaed against hi in", <\priiloni'r tlnsfffiVud/1"^"!'don't luii)W,'oidy I do'rl'i lilrO'tliofiiMljlijfth^tnAnj." '?AjnicHi rimr of I a u jj h tev li i Hon o !.' '/aiil^thli t, 'after such'a st.itomeiif, ho tho.'ug'it, it t better iprisc great interest by 'man'y^perpons triot/ particularly ^VVbe-^eleotorB/ has juit been ' oon'oludod',* alter a lively and- pr^ trivoted -^ vyarfarQ»Tqr«Dearly>(ttwolv0i'.monlhs^ It was a'disputed-claim to certain land bjy itwonwellTlcnown . and irespeoted^'sGttlbrs in tiie vi...

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

ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS IS wurrunted to cure all discharges from tbo Urinary Organs, in either.sex, acquired or con stitutional, Gravel uud Pains in tliu back, Sold in Boxes, 4s 6d oncli, by all Chemists and Patent Modiciau Veuduis. (Solo Proprietor,- F. J. CLARKE, APO'CtfHCAHU5S' HALL, LINCOLN, ENGLAND EXPORT ACENTS.: Unrgoyne, Burl idges and Co., Coleman Street London - Nowbery and SonR. 37 Newgat> Stroot, London Barclay mid iSoi.K, l)/> Farringdon street, London Sanger and Sons, Oxford Street, London And oil tha London Wholesale Houses. SYDNEY AGENTS, ELLIOTT BROTHERS and Co., Wholesale Drug. gists GD. ROW & Co. MELBOURNE AGENTS. ROCKE, TOMl'tHTT, & Co. HEMMONS & Co., Wholesale Druggists PITCH &. FRENCH. ADELAIDE AGENTS. PAULDING & Co., Wholesale Druggists A. M. BLOKVOUD & SONS, Wholesale Drug , gists and Importers, Adelaide anil Kadina. = -.' BRISBANE AGENTS. BERKLEY & TAYLOR. Wholesale Druggists. ELLIO TT BROS...

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Sentence Commuted. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

Sentence 0ommutW^w (} rtl The Muduee Independent'.'says :-" Div Bennett, who was sentenced (_at_ Y,oungfto two youi's' hard labour .for oiiiallegoUifbr' f>'<?ry of ; his brother-in-law's name,, to un acceptance of a bill,' has had portion of his: sentence remitted, and ,-iwill- be released on the: 12tli of next month, when wo undor siandj he purposes i'esumiug- his practiced ,GuItronf??|(i?/l,lL0.rS3vTs!f5 6tron8' doubt/cts'.Yo-' (the aqojoi'.'Ji" fi'ui 11* dnjircertaiiily the fjrepoii'-, ?5,eruiico] fof'Iciyi.deuoe'Qvns in, hisjjsJWvqr^ 'He nli I'd^i non^J S'i are riai'u rail ylJd i spos e'd to regard him as an innocent and injured mau, who fell u-victiin-.to-the ignoranoo,-and' possibly, prejudice'of-a Orowu jury.." .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

3E32_»JL,J£SW TEW^&TiSSraxrES. I CHAPTEH XX. The whistle of the up train was hoard in the . cutting, and the clerk who. bad helped Mr. Fentweazlo to carry tbo time-bills aud waste paper down to the hut, and to arrange them into the semblance of a hod, buttoned his ! . coat, and hid tbo littlo man a hasty farewell. ' " She .will be up in two minuti's," he said, " nnd I must be ulf, but I sholl see you t" morrow-that is; if the dulnes's will not have killed you. before tlion. At all events, if there is anything you want, just think of it quickly, and I will bring it down with me." "No, thaukB," said the littlo mnn, who was thoroughly impatient of his companion's presence, jnnd who beheld tlio advent of the train-with'an much delight as the clerk did himself. "No, thank you ;'>1 shall do wdll enough here, with my coat thiowrjovor me." -?"All-right," said-tlio clerk ; "I don't think I would light a fire if I were you, unless I wanted it very badly. It is o windy , place, this...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Walking Propagator. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

A Walking Propagator. A man nnin<!d JTiiispatricik attended at the Intiimnry on Satuiil'iy. nud askfld if'or medi cal advice for an attack of what ho imagined .was,erysipelas.T,Nut,ioin« that his i'auo-was . joov'dre'd' fwlihj'blotl'lWs;fI)i.\ Baly Lwasi 'sent if<^ nnjl orchid jbisj ruuioval. . fie! a'ppear'a itolh'avo the Cenfr al?IJiiliuij Quart at a busy hour ofthe morning, whi-ro lie was, detiiiued some little 'itiuiu .until arrangement could. be made' lor his removal to a reountlyn infooted house. ? It appi-ars that while in . Macquuriti-streefc :ho' WHS quizzed liy a mixed crowd who' probably h'id uo regard to iho possibilities of spread itiic thp diseufieit^^a.fu.r groutai^oxtent tbiuK li ither to so a t(aikd?I UH'b^st a uj'dM I)at^'h o^had rfluently beort sleeping in tuu bush at Ettii l wiolf, and ihJ t.Jj o(.ha"d .1oy^oiixat,22O'^'Sufsex-;' streat, an iriioucVdMiouse;<som*e ?tittfeipi'&Vi-' ounly, - He whs removed.,;to the'quarantine...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn. Police Court   On Tuesday 23rd August, before Mr. C. S. Alexander, an old woman turned Annie Law pleaded guilty to being drunk, and was let off with a caution.          

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS ' IS warranted to euro all discharges from tbo Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or con stitutional, Gravol uud Pains in tlio Hack. Bold in Boxes, 4m (id each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors, Sole Proprietor, F, J. CLARKE, APOTHECARIES', HALL, LINCOLN, ENGLAND EXPORT ACENTS.I Burgoyne, BurLidgus and Co., Coleman Streot . London Newbery and Sons, 37 Nowgata Street, London Barclay and Sons, 0/5 Farringdon Street, London Sanger and Sons, Oxford Street, London ' And all thu London Wholesale Housos. SYDNEY AGENTS, ELLIOTT BROTiiEUS and,Co., Wholesale Drug. gists ED- HOW & Co. MELBOURNE AGENTS. ROCKE, TOAIPSITT, & Co. . HBMMONS & Co., Wholesale Druggists FITCH & FRENCH. ADELAIDE AGENTS. KAULDING & Co., Wholesale Druggists A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, Wholesale Drug gists and Importers, Adelaide and Kadina, BRISBANE AGENTS. BERKLEY & TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggists, ELLIOTT BROS. & CO.. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, AUGUST 25. THE CHINESE BILL IN THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

PUBLISHED BVEEY MOENING" Truth, ever lovely «lnco tlio world began, ' Tho foo of trrmiti and thefrlenilofmiin.-Campbell, GOULBURN: THURSDAY, AUGUST ' 35; THE CHINESE BILL IN THE ' UPPER HOUSE. ; Tins course intended to be pursued by tlie Council io regard to this measure is, not to throw it out, but either to amend! it out'of, existence or so niter it that it may become inoperative. The two clauses that 'were - really restrictive in their operation, in fact, the clauses in which lay the pith of the Bill, are cither to be expunged, or greatly modi fied. ' Tho second clause, relating to quoran tino, is struok out, and the clause providing . that only one passenger may be carried, for every hundred' tons, is changed > so ' as to allow two pa88engors instead of one"; ' The eeoond*, olauso ' ;,was'.;the most important one in the Bill, not beoauae it acted dirsotly .on tho'Chinese, but becauise it dealt: a blow fit thefcupidity of, 8hipownors, ' who, to pro <, carrying Chine...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XX.—CONTINNED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

CHAPTER XX.-CONTINNED. .Hekb the little nv'ii, glanced dreamily over his shoulder, and, pointing his pipe in tho direction of the buried treasure, " That's a good thing, now-splondid ! though it is to be shared between two. There are few men evor have made such a haul-shared between two. Yes, he's done very well has Grogram, so fur, and now his reward is nearly at hand. Bars of gold, and sovereigns, and jewellery-nice things to think of, nicer to handle ! Grogram will want the sovereigns, of course. He shall have them-some of them. I sh'iil have the converting of the bars and the jewellery into money ; and I don't think I shall lose by the transaction. Bmjamin Pontwenzle, you're a deop old dog; though, at tho present moment, you ate riitlior drunk. Thai's no matter ; and there is nobody h?ro to sea me, and I shall never mention it myself. "Suppose Grogram was to got through his share of the money speodity, as a man of bis sort is likely to do, with cirds, and loose company, and wliu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

Wanted!,''''"'; ? s 10 OR BOYS to lenrri' the BOOTMAKING JLO in EVKRY BRANCH, nt WOOD OOM. PANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Goulburn. Tenders Wanted. EOIt FJiNOING THE GROUNDS around the proposed S. HEART OUUROJl, North Goul burn. ^Tenders will be received up to THURSDAY For specifications, appty to tbe undersigned, ' DENIS T. WALSH, 0.0." Bishop's House/ i Goulburn, 22nd Augusfy 1861. THAT BEAUTIFUL STONE COTTAGE known as MA RSTON, lately occupied by! Mr. AlcFnddeb, consisting of four Rooms mid Servants', Room',- first-class Slnblo and Oonali-houBo, witlr Groom's Room attached ; also, Cow-sheds and Bull, either ,witli or without the two small Paddoolis. For particulars, apply to ( :'!? JOHN MORAN, Corner of Clifford and Slonno Streets,: : ' '' ' ' ; :? Goulbum. ; ; To the Inhabitants of Braidwood, Tarag'o, and District. CAipTOMr ; 0AN be CONSULTED at PHIiLPS'S HOTEL. ' TARAGO, on tbo 2nd and 4th WEDNESDAY in each Month,'. , ' / i , The Foptilai1 Fliotogiinplicr of 314, GEORGE-STltlfiliT, SYDNE...

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Fire near Rocky Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

Fire near Rocky Ponds. On Tuesday eveniug, about 8 o'clook, as the train was on its wuy to. Goulbum, the passengers,.on arriving at- the Rocky iPonds station,' noticed a fire WHS raging in the neighbourhood. On search being made, ii turned out that the house of a felter named Wright had been completely destroyed, the fire having got suoh possession of it that, nt the time mentioned, nothing remained to be Baved. How the fire originated has not yet been discovered. Our informant, who courte ously supplied us with tlie information, also states that the telegraph wires which passed; in proximity to the place, shared the same fate as the house. c ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK VI. CHAPTER III.—OUT OF THE JAWS OF DEATH. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

VALERIE AYLMEE. BY TUB AUTHOH op AIORTOH HOUSE, BOOK VI. CHAPTER III.-OUT OF THE JAWS OF DEATH. (Continued.) " OF course. If lie' was taken with Yanes, there was (in ond of the matter." The general,was silont,: and looked bo disturbed, that, from respectful sympathy, his companion was silont also. Yet, in truth, he was thinking less of Darcy, than of Hau taine, concerning whom, or from whom, they had heard nothing. " I hope he will not be fool enough to risk his head," the genoral thought, feeling more irritated than ever against Maurice Daroy-if, indeed, any in crease of irritation were possible. As much as ho liked anybody not immediately con nected with himself, ho liked Hautaine ; and it provoked him beyond the bounds of patience to think that the ynung freelanoe had rushed headlong into suoh danger as that which certainly threatened him-and for what ? When he came back from liis walk, lie told Valerie that ho had .met young V"ldor, and that the latter wished to see Mr. Darcy. "...

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Illness of Mr. Alderman Horn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

Illness of Mr. Alderman Horn. The friends of the abovoriamod goiitleman will regret to hear that bis health still con tinues in a very preoarious Estate. I In a private letter fronr Sydney ;he:states (lint the doctors there have given him very gloomy hopes of his recovery, at least for'some con siderable time, so that -it /will probably be seven * or, eight weeks before he, vvill be sufficiently oonvaleBcent to attend; either to his aldermanib duties or to his ovrn .business.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

?;' LATEST BY CABLE. " (From the Sydney Herald,): |1:! " LONDON,-August 22. The election of dtoputius to. 1K0 new Cortes,; .. " iin Spain,, wkiph is. to inept,ongopt. 20,-took ? : place yesterday. 4-bout; two-thirds of/tho. members rpturned are . in favour - of the Gpvorntporit , . . ' ' . , - Tl^o eleciipqS; to"flip,Portuguese Ohambar ' ; of Peputips giVe tlie.,Government ,a| majority,. " ' of members in their favour. o ; ^ 1 August 28." y! ., It' is .lexpWMdj,tWt.';'6H;e ;:Sflau8i{j:£iberai -ii >!i .pqrty i^ the newiOQrtes will have axnajority < 2401 ^ l-: ThnHoy'al' assont "has been given to the" Iriph ^nf jBilLV ", .; . =. * , j m.v.,na' Sir Charles Qctvan DixfFy^ in ^ddresging a meeting1 in'support!of ; his .oandiiiature for ' q,'soat,|in VParlia'ment^ de^oribedi. the IriBhy , Jjaud Bill^as'a(glon6us^meq,aul'0»^whioh had been[ pagadcl bytheJcQurageof tlie' Ministi'y.'1 ' < '0e supported?the agitation ,ip Irerdndi^hioh had'reaulied in:thp passingsofiBudh...

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Wanton Mischief. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

? Wanton Mischief.; Re the improvements in deooration of Belmore Square, it is most annoying to find } that.the trees lately planted iberein are not left. unmolested. Yesterday ,: morning, when the working overseqriwent to jhis em I ploytaent in the square, ho found three young cypress trees, which ,had ,b,ean|iorD up, lying on one of the footpaths." '. Such! oonduet as this deserves tho highest condemnation,and it would bewullafthb graceless rnscal orras OBIR who: perpetrated; ? that, ruffianly aot, oould be found outtantL have .the deseiti meted to them which suoh doings call for.

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LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

LONDON. TUESDAY. I . The OobdoD OlubJias. expelled Mr. JtCnd-» path. ? _ ' Another comet is visible at Loudon and ; . Alexandria.. , Tiia ii«uth,is !nmipuuced ,of Mr. 'Stewart Woi tley, member for Slmfiiuld. , ' A'fiilBO prophet ia preaohing aad prophe syibg .ai!Soiidrtn in ContrarArribi. In ? a disbrbunoe raised by liis IpreiuOhiu'g, 150 . Egyptiuus were killed,. ,

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

MASS WILL BR CELEBRATED AT GOULBOBN DISTRICT. SDNDAY. August 38.-'Taralga--Born-BuiirodU September 4.-Grabbeu Qullea-Spring Valley Breadalbane, YASS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday, August 28, Bless Prefibytory Ten Mile, September 21 Bless Church at Teworn, October 0 Bless Church ut Goolagoog. October 16 Bless Oburcb at Gundoroo, Sunday, November 13. CONFIRMATION, Albury,, Adelong Tumut , Temora. Grenfell September 18 September 25 ,, October 2 .Ootober 10 .October 14. .October 16 October 23 Ootober 25 .October 30 Goolagong Burrowa . Frogmoro,, Ya8s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

- ...CROOK.WJBKill.. ' T. 11. pKossesi CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Pure. Drugs. Patent Medicines, Perfumery and Fancy Goods, STATIONARY AMIS TOBACCO (Genuine American) ENGLISH LEVER & GENEVA WATCHES ' i ! AND . ' 'J Ilnll-marlieil Jewellery. HARMONIUMS (Alexandre's) at SYDNEY ( PRICES (with cost of carriage added). HORSE AMD CATTLE MEDICINES. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. AGENT FOB Intercolonial Life and General Assurance ] .ASSOCI-A-TION. . , ! AGENT FOB Southern Argus and Goulburn Herald. N.U.-tfilos of tho abuvo Papers and S.M. Herald j and Sydney Mail kept. . THE ; Southern Daily Argus | i IS.NOW PUBLISHED EYEEY: MOENING, 1 ? ?' -'and . . Its Price, is ONE PENNY. WHOLESALE WINE, SPIfilT, DIGNAM & CO. HAVING OPENED PART of THE PRE. MISBS'known as tho NEW ARGYLE Kl'ORE ns i Wholesale Wine, Spirit, and Grocery Stores, Bog respoctl'ully to call tho attention of their frionds and the pnbliu generally to tlio fact, in tli« hope of receiving from them n fair Rharo of support. : ...

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