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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

. WJEEICr/XV CALENDAR. Bay of Week. SUNDAY ... Monday ... , Tuasdny .. . ' Wednesday'. Thursday... Friday,.... fiat unlay... l)ay of Month. Aug, 21 . 22 23 24 25 26 27 Sun riaeii h. m. G 34 6 83 6 31 6 80 G 29 C 28 6 26 San «et«. h, m. 5 S3 8 S3 6 34 6 33 6 35 MM 6 37 : MOON'.'; PHASE. New. Moon, August 25tb, 0.50a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. ? SYDNEY, Tuesday. On the wharves to-day prime green lucerne Is selling at £3 5/- to £3 10/ ; do (old) hay, £2 15/- to £3 ; medium samples £2 10/-per ton. This morning,'at the H.R.N.S.N. Oo.'s Wharf, Messrs. Brunker and Wolfe held tho first auction sale of hay on acoount of the Hunter River Farmers' Association. A large attendance of buyers were present, and prices obtained satisfactory. .About 350 bales were disposed of, luoerne hay selling from 56/6 to 68/- per ton. One lot of oaten realised 82/- per ton. At the same place Mr. G. Wells sold on account of various shippers luoerne bay a verging from 63/- to 66/- per. ton. Maize selling at 3/3 to 3/4 ; oats, seed and feed, 3/- per bushel; Circular Heiri potatoes, £4 to £4 5/ ; New Zealand do, £3 to £3 5/-per ton; Yiotorian onions, £13 to £13 10/; do chaff, prime, £5 per ton, bags included ; butter, in keg, 1/- to 1/9 per lb; eggs, lid to !/. per dozen ; bacon, 4d to 6d; .cheese, 5d to 8d ; ham, 6d to 8d ; ho...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [RISOIL OLL&VLLLLL'B TEr.LIOHAM COMI'ANY.J SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. I SAW Francisco mail has arrived at 'Auckland. News anticipated, > ' Messrs. Jiadgery, Oxley, and James,Cock have boen appointed a commission to inquire inVo ilio railway rates for carriage of goods. Six and a tiaif acres of land, situated at Darling Point, worn sold to-day for £15,000. His i Lordship ,Dr Thomas, Bishop of Goulburu, suggests ? tii«t the new Southern diocese created through ibe liberality of the Hon. John Campbell, M.L.O., should have Hay aa its Oathedral city. Blue lights weie reported as seen burn ing about four miles sea-wards due east af j Sydney Heads last night by the captain of the pilot steamer, who, made no answering Bign«ls, as the weather was totally unfit to encourage any sailing vessel to attempt fo enter the Heads, nor was it possible to go out and communicate, ! The Marine Board, held a meeting this morning, and found that the late collision bntWHon t...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

PARLIAMENTARY" TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. IN the Legislative Assembly- - Sir Httiiry Parkes stated, in answer to Mr. Roid, that it was (he intention of the Government to introduce tho Local Govern ment Bill on Wednesday ; ' Mr. Wisdom stated, in answer to Mr. Forster, tliat in the commission isaued to Mr. Salomons, a copy of which would be laid ou the table, full power had been given to bim to inquire into all matters in refe rence to the Milburn Greek Company. Mr. Forster subsequently gave notice of a resolution for Thursday affirming that it would bo more satisfactory to the House, and tho public, if' at least two other persons were associated with Mr. Salomons' in; tho inquiry. Mr. Fullford moved the adjournment of the House for tho purpose of discussing the monner in which compulsory vaccination had been carried out in Darlinghurst Gaol'; but as it seemed from the ruling of the SpeBknr on a point of order which was raised, that tho discussion was likely to anticipate debates on resolut...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

YASS NEWS, (FltOH OCll OoJtnitSrONDENTj. YASS PASTOJUL aijd AanicutTCRAt ASSO CIATION.-As I Bitid in yesterday's issue, the duties of the judges in certain sections of exhibits in counyclion with the society, o'niri mencid on Tuesday, and never bad any gentlemen engiged in such onerous duties i» more disagreeablo day to discharge the functions of tbeir respective offices than Tuesday was. The rain had. cloored off on Monday night, but the wind on Tuesday morning was not only bi't^rly keen but al most lilew a huriicrttio, tearing the tents and stopping for a while nil progress of ilio woilt of the morning. Notwithstanding this, however, the judges renewed their en erg)', and with a determined will persevered amidst the cold and piercing blasts that came trnm ttie river, until they accomplished their task. The exhibits of sheep, cattle and horses were very good, but the prizes will not be made known umil to-day (Wednes day.) The wind lulled towards evening, and the sky being bright' a...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

-j v. ; ..v /IMPOUNDINGS. ADEi.ONO/ibn;sl5th' Auguatf'Jfrom Naokie flfuckiei;: by ; rMrij R.;\ Fuulder^IjJarkrbay horsp^blotuh,,brand like' ORVnearVshoulder, smuii Blaf,1-white- apota'1 oti&baok, broken*in, long,tail, ^aged; ; To be apld on 8ih Septem 'ber.-^-Eliza Stephen) poundlreopeVi BoNQENDOKEi'AonU 10th August, from BrionV|by order : of T. - Shanahau, Esq,; sum dtie at - date of notice Bet' ftfter eaoh B^nim'al:f-Eed;oowi-T' witti.blotch off re'd-eara and i jaws-12/10. jjjAlso, on same"^ jdAte,;from Fox!ow,>' by order^of J. Oaborne, J Esq.::-Bay .ooltj-E over .{fc near shoulder, star ,ih forebeadj broken', .2. yoaraf 15 bauds -13/. rAIso,'from'Oak Flat; by'W. Hind: -Blnok14borsejt AD.'near:: ahouldor, white tspols on .bapkj {broken,- aged, 15 bands-11/. To botaoldion ;8th: Septomber.-7p. Onrroll, junior,'jppundkeoper. vi;,i .( ' 1 v;' t BuiiiiowA,\ttniv18th tAiigust.vfroin Sterer ..8p'Sr;Eirm^t]tf£''iRobert1 Fullerton:-Yellow bay fmafe,'}brolcen,vII II near shoul :'...

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An Indefatigable Agent. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

An Indefatigable Agent. Mr. Harris, who h'ns been oanvaamng this district on btihalf of ' Messrsi/Bretoall Bros., accountants and trnde assignees,' Temple Oourt, Sydney, Las done Rood work. As a reward of his aotiyityr and:;business tact, he' has'met with oonsidertUile support; but not an iota more, than he deserves,. inking into account the energy and; zo.il with/which he has laboured. We congratulate Messrs Bret ball Bros, on possessing a man who studies their interests bo well and faithfully.

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

GOULBURN; BOROUGH J COUNCIL. Tnn regular fortnightly meeting of tbe Muni cipal Council;was hold last evening;. Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen C .-un well, Osborne, Hawkins, Wardle, Wotubey, McOoniiel}, aud Taylor. ^ ^ ; w 'The minutes of last meeting liaving been read and confirmed, the 'following inward correspondence waBjread and received (being afterwardsf"dealt wifh. in the manner indi cated after each letter). From Christopher Walker to the mayor ami aldermen, stating that he is desirous ol having ft crossing made to his coach-factory and dwelling-huiiso at the corner ot Sloane and Yerner:streets. . Permission granted on usual, conditions. From H. 0. Bell, architect, to the same, requesting them to gutter and kerb 90 feet, in lieu of 40 feet for Mr. James .Stevenson ; and at the Bnme time stating ibat Mr. Ste venson is prepared on demand to band a cheque for his portion. -- The Mayor stated that the matter had been already attended to. i I f . , From John Keeley,-Richard: Tiod...

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The Persecuted Jews. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

The Persecuted Jews! A verysucoessfulntid numorously-altpnded, mefiiiDg,wn8|heldin:'i:Ma8onioHnlI,Syd ney, on Tuesday niphciast, to deviue meani: ? .for: relieving inj SautlvEusaia.'^SirJohniRober^onbooupied

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YASS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

YASS. WEDNESDAY EVBNING. At the show to-day there were not uiore , than 500 persons present. Mr. M. Mo Alister's Reprieve, took first prize for thor oughbred Iiorsea ; the prize for 1 draught . horses was takon - by Mr; Edward Smith's Honest Tom ; for farming - horses, Mr. D. AVobster's Kory O'Moore ; for coach stallion the prize was awarded to Mr. George Oarnp bell of Duntroon. In cattle, the following prizns were awarded': Best bull nnd cow, Mr. David Kumsay;, yearling bull, Mr. VV, Grovenor, Gunning; best cow, Mr. S. L. Hall ; bust dairy cow, Mr. S. L. Hall; best fat ox, Mr. D. Poplin ; best fat cow, Mr.VV. Hanatri ; best pair of "cows, Mr. D. Iiamsay; best team of. eight bullocks, Mr. Joseph Ashby. In the sheep sectiou, Mr. Faitlifull, of Goulburn, took all the principal, prizes, the others being awarded to Messrs Hume, Robertson, Macansh, and. Merriman. . In poultry the prize-takers were-Messrs Colls, Brennan, and McAppion. The farm produce was very limited, the prize-takers be...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's he news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. " Brief, then ; and what's the news ? "— King John,. Weather now fine.   Hawkesbury races postponed. There is great activity amongst the miners at Temora.       Bread is 2s. a loaf at the Mount Browne diggings. Tasmania has passed a compulsory vacci- nation act. Mr. John Hurley has floated the Burrum Coal Company in London.   The Rodanow watch swindler was acquitted in consequence of defective evidence. Police present at Municipal Council last night. Surely a row wasn't expected. Mr. Alexander Young, an old resident of Gundagai, died on Friday last.           The boat-race between Laycock and Rush comes off on the Parramatta River to- morrow.         Mr. Justice Faucett was among the guests of the Benchers of the Middle Temple at their annual dinner on July 6. The Bishop of Grafton and Ar...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court.   On Wednesday, August 24, before Messrs.   C. S. Alexander and A.Mackellar, consta   ble Agassiz appeared to prove a charge of cruelty to animals against two persons named Thomas Purcell and Joseph Bedford,   but as it transpired that summonses had not been served upon the parties, fresh sum monses were ordered to issue.

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Escapee from Parramatta Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 August 1881

Escape from Parramatta Asylum   A man named Frederic White, who was   brought up at the Goulburn police court on Monday; charged with drunkenness, has proved to be an escaped inmate of the Par ramatta-asylum, and was sent back to that institution by the day train yesterday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

COOTAMUNDRA ? D I S P E N S A S Y. E. Y. CHILOOTT (Laitc ,1. C. IIis.kly), Family SlUspecisiug Chemist. liORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES, PERFUMERY and TOILET REQUISITES/ Cou.vTiiY. ORDERS jPitoMi>rr,Y ATTENDED toi* TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. ; J GUN NOONAIN . (LATH of Bungicndorr),, ... SK0ER & GENERAL BLACKSMITH, HAS OPENED HIS. NICW FORGE IN WALL ANDOON-STREET, .' i Nearly opposite thu Tcrminu& Hutol, Cootntaundra DESPATCH. CIVILITY, and FIRST.OLASS < ' WORK maybe relied on. E: GEEGQEY'S COMERiML HDTELi ....... ' ' .. COilNRK1 OF " fy ! T H0MPSON WALLENDOON- STREETS, CQOTAMUNDRA, i IS one of,the OLDH.ST1 HOTELS in the District, nnrl noti>d for its CLEANLINESS. ! The Bediooms and "Cuisine".are under tho ini itiodintb 1 Hiiiaiiiitend'Hice of Mlis. GREGORY, whilst mi efficient,Groom Is/in charge of the, roomy Ktablus. CIVILITY & COMFORT riro ensured to Visitors. Mil. GREGORY tnltes this opportunity of tlinnk inR,bi8iiium«roui> eus'oineis,...

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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

' CHAl'TJSH' XXr. Frank Scorrior stepped'ucrosa :.the. thros ,. hold, and entored the roota. Belovo t;ho' /approached' _ the frightened ?woman, who was shrinking back in her chair, ho-spoko, to reassure her. ' ''I am no ghost, Mrs. Brads took, but really flesh and blood ; as strong in one wBy, and as weak in another, as .flesh and blood generally is." . Tho woman, who 'liad covered her face .with her-'hands,: gradually withdrew them, and looking up at liim, said, "It is you', Mr. Sc'omer, alive and woll!" "How woro you over led to think of me ? ? as othonviep Woll, ..when I -.was out in Sydney, a rumour oauio,from tho gold-diggings, where, it was known you. had. gone, .that you had ' died. Dill'oront storios, were afioat as to the . ? cause o'f,your death ; some said 'that you had ?jjbsen: killedin ,n fight., .withs'Jho.'.natives ; others, that you had beon shot in a quarrel .with your owu companions ; there was also a story that, having lost all you had, you had perished ,of 'want....

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

:. - JEHST WY CHAPTER XX.-CONTINUED. It was not Mr. Pfntwpnzle's intention to quarrel with his mborriinate, so ho quickly changed his manner, and -looking up at liiiri with a pleasant smile, said, "Well, I am very glud to BOB you. 'I am glad of your company. f should have sent for you tlii« ^feveniiig nt the latest. And how oapjiftlly dres'sod you are. Your disguise is so oxcjl-, lent, I should never have known you until you spolto." . . G^'gram smiled grimly. "Yes," lie said, .' tho togs-ain't bad ! I bought 'em off a slop-shop in Exeter, «nd took tho newtioss off 'mi iu a cut iog just outside the station.: I bought this pick «nd fibovel, too: I know we should want 'em." "Really you. ere improving wonderfully under niy teaching.Grogratn, I take fo myself tho greatest credit for tho manner in .wliich you.have got ou. You can now posi tively tbink !" ? ? ? . "^os, that'a all riajht," said bis com panion j " but got on now ! I want to know, ~you bave been to tlie place, counted the po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

The Pojnilnr Pln«)<«gra|»her of . :.. Bfr1".; . aH.^bRQ'^&l'lCBBTrsxbNBY.' Family; ? PO bt RAITS -en La kg ED from.. oortuito.lifp:8iza,innd.fl«isliud in Cnrbuu, Oil; 'and Water' Giilors. .(For extra'aopies of Photo-! grnplis, soud niuuu .nnd nddross. : * ; ,/;TOOOD,: i; >'i A "'A I!;) T A, i81'40U6brpto.Rtrai)t< The Strange tmd Prevailing Disease of <Iiis CouutiT' IICH a thief at nieht, it slcils (n upon us nn I Awnrcs. ,Muiiy.«per6otiB have pains about, tlio cli-tDl' a.nd sides, and romelimfS in the back. Thoy fuel dull and sleepy: tho mouth has a bad tnsto. uspuciallv in the morni'ig. A sort of sticky slirue enacts about tlio t<st)tl>. Tho appetite, is poor. There in a fei-ltnn liko r hoivy load on thortom«cb; sometimes a faint.all gono sennation atthopitofthe stomach which food does not satisfy. The eyes are Minken. tho hands and feut t»-como cold and feci clammy. After u while a cough sets in. at fir*t dry. but after a f...

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The Story of Our Planet. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

The Story of Our Planet. The first of a series of lectures on the geological history ol ilie earth, us revealed Uv the rocks, was given on Tuesday night at. ilio School of Arts, Sydney, by Professor William Denton, of Boston, Massachusetts. Professor Denton arrived from the United States some.two. mouths ago, umllias just completed iv coursu of lectures similar to the present series in Melbourne* where he met with much success: The hail'was well filled ut the time appointed for the commence ment of the lecture, the audience being a1 select and appreciative one. Professor Denton began: by saying that the'story of the earth rushing through space at the rate of 6S,000 miles an hour with its fourteen hundred millions of human beiugs could not be anything but interesting to those 'who1 dwelt upon its surfuce. Compared : witb thtt known universe, it was less than an invisible atom, but it was much moro to mankind. The giant ..mountains: rearing their high heads to heaven, the deep ciiuoos...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

I I' i 4 «i»"' <I' r'i ^ IV, y.i ? !(;.-!>! I * 1 "i"' '"[From tht-Sydney,Herald, J& /<>.«. K , iu!i iTh!? i^r.epoptS;,f\pu.blielied.- rifVrospo.oliiig ;< tKo .if>'j<i*f!Dynainit0iOonv'ebtiooj>','a]ia{god!'-to bei eit .! 1; tinfc atjGhioagc)',';'aro'1 ridioulod/at ;!New>'York. . ? .'j Sfcandafra^'-t Joidin^'a'rticlo'pub 'lisbed'to^ay,',rejoiioftpyer.'the aettleinaufc' of ,the:E0formique8fcionrin;iViotqriH. . 'Mr.vHorbert GlaclatonbHas.boen re-elected .."!;,:for, Leeds.'1 > :v liaxyMt^EnRla^ ;. ; Tlio SwiBs GoTornment -haa^bariishoditUo NihiliaHpadors.' "v ." ' > ' ' , 1 .> n :t 9Q«tlio.-jododaioui,^cif 1Ufa ..':c..r.o.vipt1ctd pf;u.;tpnant.ii;,M!:J(j:j'(,Vi:vi i .i'.i "*.>(,(>': »jj* A quautity of gunpowdor- h'aB been1- 'die covered seqrotpd at tbo Birmingham Railway Station', t'rhts explosivo' waa wrnppb'ci up in' ?itheform of:a" pacUojgo^^vhiolv; ("jyas. vipposod"; ?to obtttaiii boots,: :*i~&...

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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: FRIDAY, AUGUST 26. MR. FORSTER AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

I->TJ3X.lSlIEr> ETEBY MOItyrilTG C* Truth,;over lovely slnoo tlie.world lieRan, r ... The foe of tyrnntsauil the friend of nmt.-Camjibell. GOULBURN : FEJDAY, AUGUST 26.~ , MR. FORSTER AND THE ; . GOVERNMENT. IT will, bo .remembered that Mr. SALOMONS lias had*full-power, given him to inquire into i all matters connected wiili the Milburn Oroek Company. The appointment of one ' Standing so highin public fu'voui^ and pos sessing buoIi ability as does: Mr. SALOMONS, - does not appear, however,"to; afford, general satisfaction. Even amongst members i of Parliament themsolveB there oxists a lurking suspicion-that the ends of justice; cannot {be fairly met1 by this proceeding on (he part] of the Government. An evidence of the man .roec in ;whioh the affair is regarded.mtiy.'be lfound in the notice which Mr. W; FORSTER gave, in the ,,Houso on.' Tuesday last.: 'Tlie ?purport of the resolution which the. him. " member said he; would- move on Thursday, was'tliat it,would'be more satisfac...

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