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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

NOTICE. ' M PinHE Undersigned will receive PRODUCE ? JL at Millington'e Booms, Delegate, on Friday and Saturday .«!«*.««&. Highest CAS™eg^. '£ LADIES' SAFEG*JARI- Bau (Registered). TADIE8!! FRENCH SAFETY PILLS Moi I J are the quiokeBt, Surest, and best medi cine for restoring Regularity, -no matter why or how long delayed. They NEVER fail! Tata no others ! Box, sent free from Observa tion, 7/6, Extra Strong, 20/. (guaranteed Al ) Address : PROFESSORHAUTMONT, R.M.D yictoria-atroet, North Melbourne. f5@''A-LL Letters Burned. ? ? — ? Sex Ailments -Peculiar to. Women. _ 'TfcXATURE has provided her own Natural J^l ? Remedies for tho many ailments the human family are subj&otod to— which have been carefully and ukiUully compounded into the ^ ? MARIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES ^ by Processor HENRY WATERHOUSE who gives hio Knowledge and Advice Ebee of Chabqe to all using the ^/MARIANTY REMEDIES. ,; By personal Consul tarion or by Letter, at his |jr Consulting Offices, 89i King-stree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

larles Commons IS STILL IN FRONT. g* TT HAVE distanced all jk^tffc JL Competitors in the ^Spr BLACKSMITHING.trade. ''^pTEj My work needs no puff 'aw^ date.and the Jtvtt&^jk PRICES ARE REASON 18 my business and pleaEure to give the at satisfaction to all Customers. srything connected 'with the trade kept ick. ? ' G. COMMONS, Opposite M. Goodman's Stores. DELEGATE SMITHY, ,obert Watling* PRIZE HOESE-SHOER -and General Blacksmith, TH1LE returning thanks for the liberal patronage' accorded him in the past, o wishes to inform the resi ^Lj?^ * denta of Delegate and .Bur 'n£}ffC rounding districts that all 3^Osv work entrusted to him in ^^TJlP, the futnre will be executed i ^|J|-Kp||. in the Eame satisfactory _ l-Ct»«!^^g manner which has hitherto *riwff lllrliE characterised liLs -woib. SSbES WELL and CAREFULLY SHOD., 'fl ? I ' — — ft kinds of general Blacksmithing work i os the shortest notice and dt the Tory Mt rates.. 1 all woke; guaranteed. jw. will give a, BONUS of .£1 la to ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

RKLIGIOUJi) NOTICKS. nOMAX CATJIOJ.IC. Sunday, SQp^. 27. — Corrowong, 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 28. — Delegate, 10 a.m. Rev. J.J. 'Walsh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

Delegate P. & A- Show Society AGJSNEBAL MEETING of Mombors of tbo abovn will ba held at tbo Ommer oial Hotel on FBIDAY. 2nd OCTOBER, nt 3 p.m. to consider the advisability of holding a . Stiow in 16D7. TH03. FOIW. Secretary, pro. tern. ~~ 'ca-dtTon^ ALL PBBSONS oro hereby oantioned from SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise trtapaaBing on any of my land. ? Anyone found bo doine aftor this dato will bo prosecuted. AIbo, ALL STOCK twupuBBinc will ba im pounded, without respect to parsons. ? . ' ' JOHN BRUCE. CraiRiP. Sept. 17th, 1806. TlaiSioIiday jfcssoeiation. A MEETING of Business people and otheru interested will bo hold at . -x Batter'oHotol on FKIDAY (to-morro«) Night at 8 30 p.m. (after crioket meeting) to con sider the advisability of forming an aesooia . tion 58 above. C. DAWSON. Delegate Town Commons. THE attontion cf Commoners is drawn to the following bj-lawB passed by tho Trustees: — _ (i.) Each Commonor willCne allowed to depasture only 12 head of Stock on the Com mons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

RHEUMATISM ! ' The Marianty Rheumatism Cure ! QJUBE CURE for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout, oto., is the only Real Permanent Cure known. KZJ It givoB Belief in threo hours, and offccta ft Cure in 10 to -10 days, according to the severity of the caso-. 26 has no rival or equal. Has curod hundreds of tho moat hopeless cases, and is a ©odBend to tho poor sufferer. Wo sond advice FREE. To thnoe ue-n£ tho MARIANTY CURE,— don't despair, but sond dbtails of your Bufferings, and pot a supply of the MARIANTY CURE. We have Testimonials from many who have boon lone S-iOVorB — given up by Doctorp — who are now permanently curod. Tbo MAIUANTY REMEDIES, under MOFHSSOR WATEEHOUSE'S Treatment, will euro you, vibon all otho o fn.il. The MARIANTY CURE jb oont direct to any address on recoipt of Postal O.dor or StampB, carofully packed, and Post Freo ? 2/0, 5/-, and 7/G per bottle, or threo 7.'0 bottles for XI ; full course,. 35s. Sferianty HlItciEinatism and Gout Fills, 2/G por box. Special doublo cours...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

CONDITIONAL PjJRcit^SES-;;,-:: In tho'cour8o of his Bpeech'.om ihe-aboVcv ? Mr. 'Wood referred to the actioni-o^f 'Mj1'; Copeiahd with regard, to the .Bilhaiid v expressed surprise at the' hon.'jjjWmbe*'-T- going out of his way to. reflect '.bn:'th-: motives of hon. members who. wero'«fi'p-- ?;?'/ porting the proposal, while at :the'$iua^:-'; '? time he made a very strong-appeal lu-th.1*1' ' .; '- interests of another section- of the^bir^'''--: . munity who happqned to be ?l«*indownorr»V';;;-:/::;'-'' By bo Uoing.ho had lain ?birasolf open'-tv-- ??'?''?? i.1';1, have hia own motives .diapaKigedr:ir-'^'.- '^ ? dealing^ with that particular claed. ? :ThVr '*?? '?.- ''. S. M. .Herald ia commenting.- ou-'-rMt. '?-?' Wood's 'speech. on tho proposal.. Bays) thfct .'i-:-' he said forcibly all that could- he sai'd 'i«t,-'. ?????'-?*? favor of the motion, while tho general - tone of his speech showed that ho 'Wft«. . thoroughly conversant with his sabject; . ..-.

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THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

THE SHOW. ?---?;?-- ,\. — -**— w«.M . -,j- ft.^ — uomturLiett or t-b.o Delegato Exhibition Society is called for . Friday, the 2nd October, at Raftqr'.i .Commercial Hotel, to consider tho de.sirr ability of holding a show Jn:1897. , Tho season gives promise of being an excep tionally good one, and if the present satisfactory weathor conditions continue little difficulty should be experienced in the way of holding a show. '.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

HALF-HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION. Is order to veutilato tho abovo aubjert Mr. C. Dawaon has, at tho roquostof.somn of thoso intoroatod, called tv meeting for Friday night next to consider the advis ability of forming a half-holiday aasocfa tion in Dolegate. A full attendance in desired so that the matter may be thoroughly threshed out

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IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

?'?v ' IMPROVEMENTS. : ??:??' '-?;- ? : Mrt; Kexlond has oomplote'd^tho .fouhchi tionj which ia a. vory ma38ivebao, of Mr.' Bopth'a'new^ store, aud is now goiiiu'f . well forward with the brickwork. With ' - fine weathor, at tho prosonfc rate of pro-. gve88; he vyill havo his portion of thn. work finished in tbo courso of a fey . weeks. . Tho building, which is 00 x 80; win oo a 8ouu iwu suoscanuai airuoturo, and when completed will be an improve* -. raeut to the town! The foundation .- a*i '.'' the lower end of the- building ia pyov. .;'.' ? 10 feet high, thus providing a'^largii .-\. ?: ? cellar undorneath. -; ?''? ? ./' '.7 .r. ? :.' .'

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

THE WEATHER.. . .. Heavy rain foil throughout the greater part of Thursday, followodby a fall'ot snow, the ground on Friday morning: - being covered to . a depth of about 3 inches. The fall out Bondoc. way, apt! ' on the ranges at the baok of tho towii, . was much heavier, in places being a ' foot deep. From Saturday to Tuesds£'-: tho weather was delightful. 'Wednesday was cloudy, with indications of a further' fallof.rainV ...??. ..'.-

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STOCK PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

STOCK PASSING. Stock that have been sent away fr.r paBturago are now roturning to tho dis trict, soveral i'ob» having bcou. brought- back during tho past weak.

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

AUCTION SALES. . ? O.v Saturday noxt Mr. Muddison will submit to auction the whole of Mr. Hammond's household furniture aaci effects ; also, fat cattle, sheep, etc.

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TOWN COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

TOWN COMMONS. Tuf. attontion of Commoners is directed to the amended by-laws reducing the number of 6tock that commoners will bo allowod to depasture on tho Commons and. raising the cbanjos for agistuionfc on the Church Creek Ifosorvo.

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DELEGATE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 24 September 1896

DELEGATE CRICKET CLUB. The meeting of merabera of the above, called for Thursday ovening last, had to *; be abandoued on account of tho- very unfavorable weathor, and will bo hold at tho Commercial Hotel on Saturday nozt at 7.30 p.m.

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Pambula Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Pambula Goldflelds. ,)| (from thoPambuia Voice.) ' : :i On the Yowa&a field mining ia at a very low ebb. In Bpite of the numerous ' experts who h&vo reported on the various properties hero, capital is not rushed upon us. and there uppoara no very eager desiro to close for even tho wofc propernea on tho Hold ; so' that thero is every probability of a Continuance of leaaea being held without labor 'or development, whUofc others that can-^Ww a fow apocka may o'bntinuo to work in' that half-hearted, one man and & toy kind of manner that has ruined the field from its commencement. Wo keep hear ing of aplendid ohowo in Brown'a claim, whilst Smith, Jones and Robinson have struck it rich, or their atone ia smothered with gold, or something else of tho kind which lends a little foveriah excitement for the tirao being. Bat what are tho actual results ? Tho field haa now been worked for seven yoara, and it ia freely admitted that tho mineo aro not worked out. Yet out of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

GREAT -:- CLEARANCE -:- SALE! FOR . ONE MONTH ONLY ! OF MY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR New Spring and Summer Goods ! ill Prices Reduced, and all Goods Soundest and Newest Fashions. NOTE k FEW 'OfeiMDR PRifffia ? . ' wZ fS MATERIALS« us*al P*».e.ad doz. yards, reduced to 8s 6d do, p7atI a'fQUNBLEACHED CALICO, usual price 4s Gddoz. yards, reduced to 2s Od 2a9TpefSDFLANNELETTES' U8Ual **» * *«» ^ards, reduced to CASHMERES, all colors, usual price la 6d per yard, reduced to lOd per yard. Laches' Fashionable TWEED JACKETS, usual price 10s 6d each, reduced to40lld Ladxes Fashionable | .CLOAKS, lined j usual price 12s Cd each, reduced to 6s 6d. Infants WOOT.T.TWJ lAdrwa ? j TTnnnn ... t j- , ,„„ «— *^ u'u «wi«, usual price 2s 6d, reduced to 6d. Lad.es' MUSLD* APRONS, embroidered ; usual price 2s, reduced to Gd. IOWELS, usual price 0d each, reduced to 6 for Is. Children's DIAPER PINAFORES, usual price Is Gd, reduced to 6d. TRIMMED HATS, VELVET CAPES, SERGE COSTU...

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The Bemm River Field. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

The Bemm River Field* (COMIESPONDENT TO MeLSOUHN Aflfi.) ' Twelve month b ago payable gold bqar ., ing reefs ware nrnt discovered on the Bemm River, and' since then prospecting work has been energetically carried on in the face of many physical difficulties, but with such satisfactory results that 10 co-operative parties of miners have de veloped encouraging prospects within 8 miles of the township of Club Terrace. Early last September eomo Government prospectors, belonging to a track cutting party, obtained, reof gold on Club Terrace and, following up tho indications dis covered, the two reofo being worked in the Ace of Clubs claim. One ton of stone from each reef was tested at tho Bairn s ?dale School of Mines at the end of last year, and yielded 17 oz. of gold. Hav ing been involved in a law suit, the owners 'of the Ace of Olubo roino were greatly delayed in opening up ?tho reefs, in addition to which thoy had no money with which to buy o crushing battery. The men set to work, an...

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The Supply Bill MR. WOOD ON THE ROAD VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

The Supply Bill; a£S£ W&OD ON THE EOAD VOTE. iN'th'e-fiegielative Assembly last Thurs day Mr.- Roidnioved-:— That there b'e granted to bar Majesty aonia-' not exceeding .Biiae.COO, being £1.010,600 to1 defray tho expense* of-tho-varioua departments and oarvices of', thu- colony for the mon he of October und November, or th« following moath' of the finftucinl year 1896=7, nud .£100,000 for publio worko and KorviecR— roads and brid)™:B. - Speaking to the motion Mr. Wood said- wo wora-asked in cou-' nection with this bill not only to vote tho necessary amount to carry on tho ordinary aficaira of Government, but also to vote £100,000 for roada.- Ho wanted to point out that' if we passed tho road vote in tho way wo weradoaling with it, it would bo impossible to got' any money . spent on roads that wero not scheduled. He thought that tholasftWo months had proved to hon. members that snch was the' caso, unlosa they had beou troated dif ferently from him-, because every roply which ...

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THE POWERS AND TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

THE POWERS AND TURKEY. It is reported that the Sultan of Turkey haa arranged for a general masoocra of Christians if any foreign float should oat9r tho Boophorus. Forty-eight guno havo been plocsd in position on the heights noar Constanti nople ready to bombard Pera, the portion of the city whoro tho foreign embansiea or© situated. Ta o. Turkish men-of-war in tho Boo pliorua have also been cleared rea,dy for action.. Within tho peat month it is estimated that 4000 Armeniano have been maosa cred in Constantinople. Anothor 10G0 are raioaing. During tho same period 20,000 Ar menians have been forcibly doporfced, and 4000 have, with the asaiatanco of the Foreign Consuls, succeeded in escap ing from Turkey. Mr. Gladstone hao addressed a letter to che French people on the Armenian question. Ho states that the Armonian massacres havo aroused tho British people to a state of indignation even beyond that ehown over the Bulgarian atrocities. The Powers, he adda, are prostrate at the Sultan'B ...

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PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

?!--'''i'X' -.!? PHOTOGEAPHY. ' ' -: . -;- We ''fa.Bvet.to thank Mr. ' N. S. Goodman jporja vie'jr of the Delegatp'Riverin flodi Tllo r picture is well brought; oiii/a.n'd' 'riiclly/. finished, 'arid shows that. fc. Goodman iB advancing tb-vrOTds pfdfi oienoy-in'the art: ?'?'? ''; ' .',.'. j

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