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Cable Items. FIGHTING IN THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

€atole Kteims. FIGHTING IN THE SOUDAN. The latest news with respect to tho ad vance of tho Upper Nile expedition upon Dongola is that tho DervishoB abandoned their camp and tied on the troops being sighted. Tho Egyptian cavalry and tho gun boats have been dispatched in pursuit of the enemy. Six guna and large quanties of grain and war material were captured in the abandoned camp. Several of the loading Emirs have snr ronded to Sir Herbert II. Kitchener, the commander of the expedition. It is considered likely that the Der vioheo will -now evacuate the province of Dongola. Tho Dorvishea lied from thoir oncamp mont at Zowcrat at 6 o'clock in tho morn ing, and tho position was occupied by the Egyptain cavalry at 10 o'clock, the eervicea of the infantry not boingrequired. Tho gunboats shelled a force of 6000 of the enemy, and provented them from seizing and carrying ofi the grain. A few Bc'sgarar who refused to suvron dor were killed. The main body of the enemy in fleeing into the deser...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGISTRATION OF DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

EEGISTRATION OF DOGS. ? WEhave' been requested to' remind owners of dogs' tha4 tbey will be required ^ to register same on or before the 14th iiist., as the police have' instructions to Bum mona all those who ? foil to comply with the requirements of the Act. -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Craigie News [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Craigic News (Fhom oun ConBEsroNDENT.) EiTHEn some news or my resignation aa correspondent, I hear you whisper, to which I reply that to get news hero ono must create it, and thia requires oome genius, therefore I give that up too. The Mila Riflo Match on Thursday next will cause a stir out that way, as closo ou oO nominationo are expected. We hear frequent reports o£ 0 bolls eyes out of 10, etc., andexpoct to hear of some big scores. Tho local cricketers havo a practice now and again, and talk of organising a club to dresa your men down. A meeting of those interested in the continuance of Wesloyan services here is called for Saturday afternoon next, to devise ways and means of meeting, and, it may bo no harm to suggest, making an attempt to erect a room that would Herve tho purpoao of concerts, church, gymnas tics in winter, &c, &c, and no doubt tho few pounds required to purchase timber, etc., could bo raised, while tha labour might be done by volunteers. This woul...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Printed and publiahed by J. PnowuianT and- ' C. Dawboh at the Auous Printing Offl oif^- Delegate, in the colony of^JSfew 8ouW/T WaleB. ? '*? /'[ ' , ??''? n -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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TOWN COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

'' '?Towr:coMiroNs;''-r'V./ ;; : A-mebtinq' of Cominonera is: oailod for Friday;, 9th inst., /.aiitne' Court Houge, for th'e.'elebtion of one : trustee in tho room of !Mr..F. Crawford, retired. ;' , : '? , -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Rays Experiments at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Hays ISspsiraeieiteaft.IBaitBaiiiffi'sftt Further experiment; mado by Father Slattery, with Rontgen rays atSfc. Stanis laus' College havo proved eminently ouc oessfuL The bullet in the Rev. D. Lase ron'a aide mis on Monday located by means of the Guoioccant screen, showing clearly the position of the bullet, which is about eight inchoo below the shoulder bone, underneath the ribs of the loft side near tho centre of the body. The ccrera also showed an injury to the bone bolow the shoulder blade. Two photograpoofi the sbouldes were takon on Monday, and not being satiaf octory one xioa taken on Tuesday of the aide of the patient. Aftor an exposure of three-quarters of an hour the bullet v/ao shown plainly in the side. Dr. Hm-t, who is in charge of tho case, in consultation with Dr. Leeper, of lath gow, waa pjceont when the discovery was made, and expressed his entire sat isfaction at the rosult. Mr. Laseron has suffered covcia paino. occasionally about the Ghonlctar, end this was evide...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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A LOCAL SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

.;,' A1 LdCAL SPORTSMAN. lo'I'f , ,G. , Roberta belongs :the - distinc ti^?^- Be^HrPe the first saipe and the ,*l1™' ^al?- ,of , the season. ;Ou .Thursday lastiie left .at.our office a couple of brace of snipe,' and/ oiv Tuesday he i presented ^K^^i^in^fish o( the mountaiu trout ?'species, ',. ? , , ? ;

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Half-Holiday Association. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Half-Holiday Association. A meeting for the purpose of forming a Half-holiday Association in Delogate, was held at Rafter's hotel on Friday evening last. There were proaont, Messrs E. Booth (in tho chair), N. S. Goodman, I. B. Goodman, H. A. Wood, B. Hard aker, F. Crawford, and J. Plowright. ? Tho chairmun in opening tho meoting said he did not think it wai necessary for him to say much, no they all knew the object for which thoy had met. For his own part ho was strongly in favor of it. ' What was necessary was to fix a day for closing that would bo suitable to the busineas people and at tho oumo time would not inconvenience tho public. Tho half-holiday and early-closing system was recognised in every town throughout the colony, and he failed to bso why it should not bo introduced hero. Store keopero hour3 were longor than thoao of any other trade, and ho considered thoy were outitled to a half day onco a week, and he thought tho public would think so too. The matter having boon tal...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

',V,^ .. '' ^![l\. '..'... CRICKET. [' '. The lppaliolub will open the season with ;a infl,(»k.yerjju8 Tombong on the .Delegate .wiokpt .op. Saturday; :10th inst., and the ifrllojwjng Bftturday will probably witness, -.a. Bjrnggt©'; &r supremacy between Craigie .and-.- Delegate*; 6 The first practice ia Bet down i |f or, Saturday next.

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The Scarcity of Work. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

' , The Scarcity ®IT/©fI£. The superintendent of the Labor Bureau atates that tho men who find it necessary to visit the Labor Bureau' in search of work axe beginning to realise. that the difficulty of finding it ia beginning to ulacken. During the present month, he -'-^aays, no leas than 40 men have refused Tjjrork at the rates or wages now current. For work in tho country Is an hour was offered for merohonics, frith, a promise that if the men worked for three or four months and completed the job which they were asked to take in hand, their faros to the country — the contract wcaa country one— would be refunded. Thia offer was refused. An offer of £2 10a par week was made to a coachsmith, and refused. Fifteen -ahillingoa weak and tlsoirkeep has been offered to farm laborers, garden ers, and single men, and declined. Some plasterers, bricklayers, and 14 carpenters wera offered 8o a day, and refused it, though three carpantera. aftenvardo ac cepted the engagame£S','--.Tv/o,balierB re...

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

NOTICE. .,,?;, VllHE Undersigned will reoeivo PRODUCE ' JL ? nt Millington'B Rooms, Delegate, on Friday and Saturday of rich week. Highest CASH Price given. % W. N. STONE. LADIES' SAFEGUARD (Registered). i -f ADIES1. - FRENCH SAFETY PILLS a A are the quickest, Surest, and beat medi cine for restoring Regularity, no matter why » or how long delayed. They NEVER fail! Tflke no others ! Box,eent free from Observa tion, 7/6, Extra Strong, 20/. (guaranteed Al ) Address: PROFESSOR HAUTMONT, R.M.D Victoria-Btroet-, North Melbourne. &3T All Letters Burned. . * . . Ailments Peculiar to Women. TUvTATURE hao provided her own Natural _i3l Remedioa for tho many ailments the ' human family are subjected to— which have been carefully and Bkilfnlly compounded into the MAKIANTY FAMOUS REMEDIES by Pbojessoe HENRY WATERHOUSF— who gives his Knowledge and Advice Faira op Chakcie to all uainpf 'the MAKIANTY REMEDIES. ?By personal Consultation or by letter, afc his Consulting Offices, 89i King-stre...

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

Charles Commons IS STILL IN FRONT. /& '' ?' T tfAVE distanced a11 ' ? LJSlJP^ '-'- Competitors in the -. GMfWir BLACKSMITHING trade. jF^3&W/3 ' My work needs no puff ?? Bi fi^^' ing — Everything is tipto ?Wi^X^^^. PRICES ARE REASON 7 It ia my business and pleasure to give the ntmoBt aatiafaotiori to all Customers. .?'£'? ? ? ' Everything connected with the trade kept in stock. C COMMONS, ''Opposite M. Goodman's Stores. DELEGATE SMITMTo Robert Watling, '?V PRIZE HORSE'SHOER and General Blacksmith, WHILE returning thanks for the liberal patronage accorded him in the past, g? ' ? wishes to inform the reei ?'? _^rnr^^ & dents of Delegate and .enr &fe})§&C rounding districts that all jJfV^jfiJ^ work entrnatod to him in V&^&\j&-/ *^e ^atnre ^iU.be executed ^**$*$eMttf-'M. -in tho eame satisfactory k^~ JIJ- wTmim^ ; ^cor which has hilhett0 W- ' fiHf® ' fiWl wS Cnhraoterised hiB work. HORSES WELL and CAREFULLY SHOD. All kinds o...

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Local Intelligence. MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

; libcal Intelligence^ ^MASONIC) BALL; - - ' ;;;: The; annual ball Sunder -ibo auspiceB -;of tlbo Bombala Maaonio Lodge eyen|;tiat44 On the 21st inst.: ; the' Juvenile Ball cm .tM22nd. '?; ' -:-:^.-;;-!- *?;; '. '??' '' !^

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

.PjrogresS; Committee. mHEEEQULAB MONTHtYMEETINJ^' I 'ill' of the above Committee will.be held. 4* G. E. Maddison'a Office on 'Friday (to-morrow) at 2.80 p.m. sharp. \ .;? ? . - -J. E. MADDISON, .,:..; Hon. Seeretary. Delegate .Town Commons.!.. A MEETING of COMMONERS will be XJL held at the Court House on FBIDAYi 9th OCTOBER, at 4 p.m. ' ']''.„. \ Business : Election of Trustee. ': ' i ? : :,?????' T. FORD/ ' ! :i\ j ... Seo. Trustees. ! ?WTIOUND, near Delegate, a WATCH.; ;Own-| 1* er oan have same by giving description And paying for this advertisement. ; Apply, ? '. . '.'.!'.- E. .WITTON,; : ? ' , Delegate. v Delegate P. & A- Show Society : : .A. GENERAL MEETING of Members of . .J~SL. the above will be held at thnOoininer-' oifll Hotel on FEIDAT. 2nd OCTOBER, at 3' ' p.m. to consider the advisability o£ holding a . Show in 1897. ? ' ? THOS.FOED, ...: ?.??? Seoretary, pro. tem. ~ ;. CAUTIO'-N/- ' ??? ALL PERSONS are hereby .qantioned from , SHOOTING, HUNTING, or otherwise t...

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

? : — ? . . ' ?, ? : ? : ? -r— ? — ? ? ? ; — - -ly*'-- — I' ' ? ?' ??''?'?.. DEL EGA.TE . GENEBAL STOBEKEEPER. (Est^lislied 1875.) A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery,- &c, TO CHOOSE FROM. Only First-eass Goods kept in Stock. g_ ? ? §j |p . £) |, And all kinds of Musical Instruments. f- M ? . ? ? ? 3J * ? 'vmi.-.ur^ -^ ? ' — ~»^ — » *- - -? '?*-- — — -— — ? — sy s* ? ,. ? „ ? . . . . ? - ? , , ? (& g ? . ? =1 I ? ^Your best security is to deal with 1 - I an old-established responsible Firm, whose a J| guarantee is of value, whose interest | I it is to sell only good 'and reliable Instru- S I ments. Call or send ior Illustrated Cata- 1 | logues and Price Lists jpst free. Old Pianos | I taken in Exchange, Instruments sent I I . everywhere on Easy Ti&e Payment System, f . 1 ? i THE DELEGATE ARGUS Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance , -.,. PUBLISHES ? AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING.' '' i Ad^ertisemer|.ts at! Reasonable Bates. %...

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

Delegate Cricket Club. TTHBalffiBal meeting of members of the 3)elega*e Oricket Club, hold on Saturday evening, was only moderately attended, 3$r, Kemp presiding. The minutes of the previous meeting luwing been road and confirmed, officers follows : — Patron , Mr. W. H. 'Wood, M.P. ; president, Mr. R. L. D'Aroy, J.P. ; vice presidents, .Messrs. Kemp and Booth; treasurer, Mr. W. II; F. Kemp ; oocretary, Mr. C. Dawson ; practice captain, Mr. T. , Ford ; selection committee, Mosors. Ford, ^Booth and Kemp. . , , On the motion of Mr. H. A. 'Wood, ?econded by Mr. W. S. Kobby, the fee of ?membership was fixed at livo ohillings, . :and a provision mado that any member not paying hiB subscription within six ..weekB from data of joining should bo . struck off tho list. Tho secretary read a statement of last , : 'Season's transactions, which, showed that *V eix matohoo were played, five of which ? were won and one lost. The honors of JoighoBt batting average woio equally . 'divided between Mes...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

Tebbiblt: Burning Fatality. — A terrible fatality from burning occuned about 20 miles from Walgett. A young ?woman named Margaret Crosdalo, aged 26,who was staying with her sister at Kerrago Downs, was cooking at an open fire about 8 o'clock the other morning, ?when her clothing caught {he, 'and the . ' flame B rapidly enveloped her. In attempt ying. to rescue the untortunate girl her sis a£ ter also caught fire, and was unable to «S&* render assistance. Miej. Burke, with «pf whom Crosdale was . staying, walked / seven miles for assistance. Dr. Henry was Bummond from Walgett, and arrived, ^^Jiere about midnight. Tho sulierer waa' ^^--CeUll conscious, but she expired at 6 oa ^Wednesday-morning. Her limbs were /consumed to cinder; and her body was Severely burned.

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ASTON CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

'' ASTON CREEK BRiDG%^ V »* '- The contractors- for this bridge/^esst*. * ?' Oliver and Murdoch, are i malririg^gotid' ( ' '' progresa.-with the. : ..work. \ . The: 'p^SS'aro4-' *? lewiBedin, and they;arenow puttuitg^tne' ~- ' .girders ,into :. position. ,-? :W.ith -?.€sv.brabl§:c::* weathes they .will soon getthroug^withv*1' * their, contract. '?.'? ?: ??, -?; ?; j- :.^!.,-xiv^faj^ r^n ' ???'?? BoNkNZA'~CiGAES^^^3l.'Hvblu^dn^ - iCigars. .Dixon-'ahd Soiife i vniaiufidbtural '' from the CHOiGBsr HAVAki^pbacco; with' r \ , a ?. necessary portion of 'AlcnBricanV ^.fl''* *t prj.ee never 'before- atteinptedi1-^' foir^ffd l.,i%7, , Sample hundreds- sent, carriago'p^ad, fijr'^(^ :10s: — Advt.; :- ''?' ?;'? ?; ?;'_.''', ;' ^^ T \,-V' Newhaveri is still an even, mbne^f ay;- ,, \?l 'oriteforthe ViR.C.:Derby,-5i;6T:beiripf'Dtt . ? offer bar one.. Straightfire, Var,'Excer and Merman meet with little support for-, the Caulfield Cup, and Hopscotch, Devon' and Toreador for the Melbourne Cap.

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DOREEN. The Story of a Singer. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 1 October 1896

; D0BEE1NV The Story of a Singer. BY EDNA LYALL. (AXL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CnAPTERIX. (Continued.) It waa, perhaps, natural that Mrs. Here ford, in her terror o£ what this might lead to, and her desire to reBOuo her Bon from a posi'ion which chafed her .tnotberly pride, should turn with relief to such a woman as Doreen O'Ryan. She lad immediately learnt, from, her son's -*way of talking about the girl, that uc . greatly admirad her, and she was too 'unvrorldlv and unconventional to care in the least for wealth or social stand ing. Doreen was good, loving, well brad, well educated. What did it mat ter if her father had been on the staff of a robel paper, and liud been imprisoned at the time, of the rebel rifling? Tht important thing waa that thia sweet yoioed, sweet-uatured Irian girl would ' -'be fur, far more likely to make Mas a good wife, than Miriam, with her rest less craving for incessant amusement and incessant admiration. She left the oboioe of the soata for the concert to Mas,...

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

'Fun ahd;: Fancy..- '. 3^ First Burglar: Say, Bill, we better gib ? a woman to do that job at Eupeck's i house. Second ditto : What fur. « Well if Enpeck wakes up and sees her goin' through 'is pocko'ts, he'll just turn over an' go tb sleep ; he's so tfeed to it.' Mrs. Dangle : My husband begged for some whisky this morning, but I would not giveit to him without your permis sion. Was I right? Dr. Probe: Is it the name brand you offered me?, Mrs. Dangle: Ycb. Dr. Probo :? Madam, you/ '. have saved hia life. . Little man at the theatre vainly tryinjy to catch a. glimpse over tho shoulders of a big man in front o£ him, at lengtE' touches him on tho shoulder. — Big Man ? (turning round) : Can't you see any thing ? Little Man (pathetically) : Can't seo a streak of the stage. Big Man :\ Why, ther.,-1'11 toll you what to do. You* keep your eye on me and laugh when I ' do. . Saying a Little Too Much.— The young , man recalls divv n damsels who have re*. fused him in the past, then whispers ...

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