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YASS. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

YASS. THURSDAY Nioirr. I The following, wore .'amongst, the results of the sale' on .the STmbb show- grounds' to-day :. Mi*. Haroourt'^Dofutiico; heavy draught en ' tiro, £70 ; . Mr'. Webster, buyer ;''bay two .yedr-iild;'draiighii' ob'tirol (a.grand ^ouo), to , Mr. ,I<Y fruma for £26 ;, th.e prize cowV'bred ,,i and fattened by: Mr. Hiinnu'tu, Coodradgibeo, £10 10/; "Mr.T Merriman's ten- fat -wethors, (prize); £1' 1/6' per; head'; 'Mr. Mabnnsh'a , rama averaged ,£o ;' the.prize-takers.were . witlidrawQi irpin sale. . Mr...George,Main,; of - Douro, and Mr.,>Robertson, of> Junoe, wore . /the pViniiipal'buysrs;' ; 'Mr. S. 'Hitll's pen; of .!!; pri'zq'bu!looks:, broughV XlO ^eftch. v.Girtot ^'araidtV'WttaigiyQUi'bjr. &1T the good; .judges to Mr. George Merritnan for his splendid ? pen, .ofiat woithoi:s, aad tho butchers at the anlo -' -eridofsod ; tliq,:syord|6t. .' Night vOloud . was , withdrawnat,,'/&ft^By^\^'guiaeaa!}j; Rory' *..ijO*WCor'oi;r'.pyiX>...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A Plucky Captain. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

LOCAL AND * GENERAL NEWS. A' Plucky Captain., ID our telegrams ot lust night, will bo found a graphic account of tho wreck of the steamer Euro. Oue foature worthy of io ;mark in the unfortunate affair is the bravery displayed by Oaptnin Dowell, who" abso lutely refilled all assistance to himself until everybody, else was stife.1 His presence] of mind, too, auiidBt a'Boone which must, hare be-a one oaloulajed to unnerve., the stoutest hourt,,. was wonderful. He was the laBt rescued, being dragged about five hundred yards through the surf.

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ADELAIDE.. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

ADELAIDE.. THURSDAY. . The'' steamer 'Euro was wrecked yesler !d«y aiporpoon nbo'ut oiue miles from Beach port.. i Sho^ struck . on sume sunken rocks, . an«l ibegan. to fill immediately. She had foriy-five ? passengers1 on board besides' the crew. The captain steered at onoe for the shore, with, the. intention to beach her, and gave orders for the.boats to bo cleared. The utmost consternation prevBiled amongst the pa'ssehgers especially amongst the women arid children.; TliV first boat got adrift directly.it was launched, with, the second mate and one seaman. While the steamer was si ill steaming on, two other bouts were got away lull of .passengers. The 'steamer now. began to rapidly settle down, and in twenty minutes went down suddenly, stera foremost, heeling-over first on the aturboard side, and preoipitating the .remainder of the passengers and crew into the sea. Men, women, and children were then struggling " in ono entangled mass in the sea. Oaptain Dowell remained calm and.c...

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Frightful Accident at Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Frightful Accident at Moss Vale ' Yesterday a youug man-named Edward Jeffrey, was admitted into the Goulburu Hospital, Buffering; most severely froni burns reoeived on the day before, - The patient, it appears, haB,been working at Cable Siding, and bad been subject to epileptic fits. Oo Wednesday afternoon .about 3 o'clock ;lio went to his uncle's place,;at Mossvale;-and whilst there was seized with one of the fits : he unfortunately fell upon a pot of boiling water whioh was on* the floor, and turned it over upon himself, receiving scalds upon the right shoulder, round'the loins, and alau on one, aido of the . face,, his left eye unfortu nately boing also badly scalded. The patient after coming to his 'senses endeavoured to :come to Goulbum by the* "pick up" train, but was too late, unci could only come by the afternoon train. , Dr. .Davidson is attending to the case, and it1 is to be hoped ihat no very'serious consequenoes- will follow from the accideut.- ! .

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS-1 [lMlOM GltEVl LLe'b TlJUJ<illAM COMPANY. J SYDNEY. Thursday, NIGHT. In the Assembly to-day itUo liusint-es has been unimportant. Mr. PorHtoria now mor jog his ceusuie ipoii/ji. The debute is ex pected to conclude late to-night with a largo majority for the Government. !' ^ ; The race between Laycook and Rush takes place, to-morrow week. Lay cock is still the favorite. ; : ' Tli« rntmwhowas knocked down by the train at.Burw.ood ou Tuesday night died yes ternight at the infirmary, , The'-'wifo of a man uained Rogers who was removed Irom Pyruiont, but who remained wijh her child in tlib quarantined premises, has boon,(iiscoyered to be just recovering ,/roin a-slight attack of sinaJl-pox, and the child has now developed the disease in a mild form. One hundred and, twenty per sons, are now eiiiployod on quarantine duty. Additional special eonstalilos : have beau Buorn iu of'Whom seventy are now em ployed. , ' "A. Uro "ouurrod about eight o'clock thin mo...

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Insolvency Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Insolvency Meeting1.' A second meeting in the insolvent estate of Illingworih Field, tailor,;of Gonlburn, was held in the'court-house, yesterdny, be fore Mr. H. H. Voss. Mr. Ourter appeared for insolvent.' Mr. Gannon appeared fbr Joseph Mayo, a creditor. Insolvent deposed: I" do not wish to amend my schedule in any way ; T account for my insolvency through not having sufficient money to carryjon trade,' and through loss of -business; I was in partnership, and there were several large' j debts contracted thereby.--Joseph- vMayo proved :a debt of £65 due for rent. Mr. 'Gannon said that that amount should, lie marked as'a preforent claim. No further etidenco WQS taken, no directions given, and vthe moeting closed.-« - - i-u-V* j

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

NEWS AND 'NOTES. ?, . "Brief, then j and what's tiie nevtiV'-King Jaltn. Laycock is :.the favourite in the match 'against Rush. : . . .. The famous trotter Ajax lias been sur ,, risiug the Yasa folk., ''.v. .? j--! Mr. Buchanan has . tabled a motion to abolish the office of Minister for Mines,,; MivBnchanao; has iformed. a protection, league at Wagga. -? t.Lefroy, who it is supposed murdered a jroutleiuan named. Gould in * a railway car riage at Brighton, has been capiured. The .Great . Collar Copper Mining Com pany, has. paid £70,000 in dividends since March, 1880.' . ? i.'.-i .i... The bridge, over the: Hun ter\River ot Den raan wos swept away on Tuesday night by the Hood waters. Cardinal Manning is in1 favour of trades unions, as they tend to secure the rights of the working classos. ' , South's /'Pirates of,.Penzance", play in Goulburn on,5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Sep tember. . ' * ' ?.. . . . i At.Adelaide,- on Wednesday;-20,000 acres of Government land ,were sold at au average of...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

MASS mhfc'M OKDRlijt A r#D: GOULBO'ftrr DI8TRI0T. ' i BOMDAV, 1 August,28.-Tarftluft-Born-Bunfionia Btipliynbpr^j.-Gr&bbou Gnllen-Spring V»JIey Bre'adalbanc. I . ; '. .YAS3 MISSION/ Gunning, Sunday, August 28, CONFIRMATION, . Albury,, ',,September;18' v Adelong ,, ,v,iv,..September 25 y '?''umut October 2 " Tomorpl. .. .Oolobtr 10... Grenfell Octnhur 14 Goolagong October 16 Burro wa October 'iZ Frogmoro..................... Outuber 25 Y«ss" ..October 30 BIoks PraBbytery Ten Mile, September 21 HI088 Church at Tuwora, Oetobor 9 ' Bloss Cliutch at GoolQRong, October 10 ?: Bloss Church at Gundaroo, Sunday/November IS,

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

PATRICK McSHANE, - GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, , ' ; . AUBURN"! BRADLEY STRISETS, GOIIIiMItlK, ' ' - PU lic HVSES all' kinds of FARM AND DAIRY' PRODUCE. at HIGHEST'CASH PKI'-'KS r «nd SKLLtSat LOWEST HUM IJNEBA. ,TIVIC.KrtTliS. - ! ' ^ Pr Give Ham n Call. "A' IJusiiioNS1 Announcement. BARRY Mb DAVIS HAVE, much pli-HHure in infoririiiM ' inli-.bi* ? ti> nla ill . G on lb urn und diairiel and the | public generally; that tbey have . . . PURCHASED THE BUSINESS recently, conducted by MK, li, 0, PRAT!', us! Wholesale Produce Merchant, And in soliciting a coniinuituco of the custom wliicli their prudece«Bor reoeivei), they bt>g to. dra?* ' itlteniion lo the fact that in all transactions' their TEKAJS will bo found to , Compare Favourably with any in : the Market. $3* Wholesale Oustouioie liberally dealt with, ; BARRY & DAVIS, , ; " Produce- Merchants, i- .. i .... Slosne-Btreett Goulburn. IN:'tbankibg'the piiblio of Qoulburn and the ' district imrrouudiug for the generous supp...

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WEEKLEY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

; "WEEICI/XV CAIBNDAK. Day of , Moil til. Aug, 21 22 Y 23, 24 25 - 26 27 G 34 : 6 33 6 31 6 SO 'G 29 6 28v G 2G Sun eeti. : )i., m., 6 33 6 33 C 34. 0 31 5V36 ; G 36 , H 37 ' ? MOON'S PHASE. Now Moon, August 2ffch, 0.50 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM. PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At the Darling Harbour i ail way terminus this morning, there was a very email eupyly of forage and produce from the country dis tricts along the western and southern lines. Owing to the stormy weather for the past few days, supplies forward continue small, the market thinly aitanded, and prices well maintained. Oa en hay, in bale, 4/8; no truss hay forwarded; in bundles, from 5/- to 6/- per cwt; lucerne hay, none forward; straw, good clean samples,,.in bale, 2/4 to 2/8 ; in bundles, 2/11 to 8/2 per cwt; oaten chaff, in bale, 4/8-to 4/11; in bags, at 4/11 bags in ; mizsd chaff, in bale, 8/ ; cut Btraw in bale, 3/- per cwt; potatoes 3/11 per cwt, bags inclusive. On the wharves to-day there is no altera tion to note in the prioos of hay. Maize, 3/3 to 3/4 ; holders asking 3/6 ; oats, seed and feed, 3/- per bushel; Circular Head potatoes, £4 ; New Zealand do, £2 15/- to £3 por'ton ; Victorian onions, £13 to £13 10/ ; do chaff, prime, £5 per...

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MARKET-STREET PIPING, &c. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

. MARKET-STREET-PIPING, &c. TO THE KDITOR, Sin,-The following resolutiun was reported on May 12ib lost, as part-of tlii< delibera tions of the then Council moMing : - " Market-strout.-That 12-im'h pipes bo pla odv along the noitli tide of th« et oet from Auburn-street to . Sloaue-strout, with junctions to reow'vo tho loul-wa$or, from the j.rivote lane, on condition, the owners or ocoupiers ofproperty interested in the lane, contribute a fair proportion towanis . the ex pend." . " " ' ' Now, sirr if the Oouucil's s Jioitor be in structed by tho Oounoil to prepare nmenJo landum for tho "'owner's and ocoupitra" reforred to, committing thepi to ilia defined sum of money each has. to payj. tlie^proba bility >h that the required, signatures would be cheerfully given, and tlm 12-inch pipe be liid down, and the street remodelled before the formal opening of vli> now Fost..nnd Telegrnph Buildings. . And if only a v«ry light surface guv\ir' be allowed over the pipe, t...

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Wreck of the Steamer Euro. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

i-"- Wreck 'of the: Steamer Euro. "Va telegram from Adelaide?,on;Wodm sJay i states (hat the s:oamor;-E!)ro,vbound to the eastorncoasting' .portswi:h: passengers, and cargo, was totally wrsokedvthit alsernoou 'at a spot* nine miles from Beaohport. ^Tlie sur vivors from the wred^nrrived; at,. Beachptnt ] iii the evening, and reported that^30 puaae'n-1 gerB landed inthe: ship's. bonts,|imd one other boat'was; trying to gain the po'rt; Thuro wore also it wo rafts at sea: with' rnenjon thorn, j Ouptnin Dowell waSistutBd tS'be in the rip;-" ging. 'i,hii ]ate8t.intelligeuoa fromithe Euro ?is-that all-: the1;- passengers;, and:; 010w have landed, except Miss G)-ould;::whojis>flU|)po3ed to have been-drownadiA'rCJaptain^Diiwallrru .mained'till theWlHst/ holdint,'. uo'J thertopjof I '.tho^!(unneH--^rrhe:Qovern«5r:,*'Mpfli{pAvoV(8i)j .waits'off tlie^rook^'i.'i'he^Buro was'ljiiitt 'itf1 187.4j fo'r tho. Port 'Piriedradej in whiohjshe^ .was a great'favoritoifor/Horaeiyears, andi.TCfl's , late...

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Another Case for Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Another Case for Inquiry. Wn extract the following from the Bega Standard of,'August,''SO''-A tease - lias re cently comeuri'der"6ur notice to which we simply cull attention, and leave it in, the hands of any honorable; member to, act on if he likes, or if he has the courage to beard the Educatioual Hon. Some i months ago the school at the Island Factory - was de prived of its teacher through the removal of .Mr. Worley to Meringlo, and soon 'after a teacher arrived from Sydnfey.1 This man it was at once seen was absolutely unfit for such a position; suifering, in fact, from mental derangement. After some vagaries at his school and in town be took to the bush, and ? was wandering about for some daysi ^ 'On; Tuesday last'the poor man Cwasu ? brought; into -Bega, and remanded by :;the Bench for. raedjoal 'treathent. It transpires that this persoif, S. 'O. Christie by tiaine, wus appointed on bis presenting a letter o! introduction."' " ' '

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Accident in a Railway Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Accident in a Railway Carriage. A very painful accident happened to a youDf* lady, a passenger by-the^SS train from Sydney on last Mondayvnfterrioon. It appears that she was in the act of bid ding a friend good-bye, when a guard came and slammed the door too, eatehing the young- lady's finder on the inside of the carriole, , where it was held so fast, that notwithstandingthe utmost ondeavours of the other-passengers,:it,was foundj.mpussiblei to release her Irom her painful position. The instant the door closed the train moved off, and it was.only when passing. Ashfield that one of the occupants of the carringe suc ceeded in opening' the door with his knifo. The young lady endured the punishment bravely, though the dislress depicted on tho passengers', faces was something to be remembored, all feeling acutely for-lifer,; but.' believing that they were powerless to render assistance. This occurrence offords auoibor instauce of the extreme desirability of some communication being estab...

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COOTAMUNDRA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

COOTAMti ND11A. (FHOJt OUK COIIHESI'ONDKNT.) PRESENTATION.'-Ml'. Charles Pullolt, tllO duseivi-dly popular driver of .Cobb & Co.'s line dl coaches, plying between Ouotamuudra and Gundagai, was, on Tuesday, the reci pient of a very handsome present, congesting of u- beautiful driving-whip, silver mounted, and Aritlj it a reully grandi four-iu-bpnd kon.'aruo tliong: one of the ferules bears t'>o inscription, " P' enented 10 Mr. Charles; Pellett by/JLYavers Jones.1' The donor WHS Trevors Jones, Esq., of ilie Muttama' Ro'effj.* BIJOU THKATHB.-Mr. S. Owen, tho s, iriiud proprietor of Angovij's Albiou Hotel, his h»d tho assembly rooms in Parker-street completely renovated, the stage enlarged and a new ),rosCitnium and set of scenes painted by that very clever artist, Mr. Kennuth .Douglass. When the curtain x'ose on M'OH-! day night, displaying tbe lukescene, a perfect storm: of applause burst simultaneously from' all parts uf the bouse, so, delighed were the visitors with the b...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

YASS NEWS. (FROM OUH OoiumsroNuBNT)., }'' PASTORAL ANDAGRIOULTURAL . SHOW. / THE eleventh annual show, undor the aus pices of the Yasa Pastoral and Agricultural Society, was opened on the show'grounds at Ni)rth(',)Y«'sa(jOQ>jWedn0sday^-the; 24th ins't.. The weatU'eirwas ail' that b'ould1 hie-- desired ? n more pleasant aunshine wus never bxpari enoed than was. felt on Wednosdajv The day eoQiuod to bo* sj.eoia 1 ly devoted for the oouasion. But strange to£bny li a t?'d u r i tfg auy part of tlie day, tliere Was i not $ more.' than 600 persons present. At 12 o'clock iIxe bauks and all tha stores closed, so that from that time the town .appeared..as if-Jt;;-was.a general holiday or a Sunday. The most conspicuous placos on the ground were Mr. MoICiy's lioensed booth and Mr. Fonville's cake and fruit stall. The exhibits were but few; and those iu;cattle, although a superior quality, were thn smallest iu numter I irnv'e' seen on any show grouud. Ttio' same may" bo said of the horses, a...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

' 1; Parliamentary. .' Inthe. Legislative" Oouiiqil on Wednesday, immediately after the disposal of the formal business,.Sir Jolin llDbertaun- euid tliat (he Government had decided not to go on with any business.'until the.motion,of oonsurejin the Legislative-Assembly had.been.disposed hi,') -The House then'adjourried:untili'Wed tnesrtay .next;, iln: the* Legislative; Assembly on Wednesday; nothing Wds doae except the transaction of^tke;. formal- business, suoh} us answering the questions^aad presentation' of petitions, except!th'nt ' Sir. Henry"Partes in troduced the Looal Government ffBMl^whiob .whs read /the firotiitimej ? i: The <House-.ttien. adjourned in'view' of "the motionvof''which 'Mr'. Forster had fjiren 'notice,, respecting the Milburu Greek .Copper .Miiiin'g Company; and'whioh tbo Govi'iuiuieiit has-aoceptedj as a vote of wont of confidence. It was under stood that Mr. Eorster'a motion would take precedence Of all.other busineBS.on Tburaduy.

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Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Death.'at the' Hospital. The funeral,of;a patient who died at tbe hospital-took place yesterday. The deceased was from Novriown,1 Sydney, and was named LouiBa Rebecca Dblan^y,1 28iyea*rs' of i'age ; she Lad been in tbe ho'spital'fur about three weeks, Qiid treated for displacement of the heart; aneurism', - and ojngeuital 'consump tion, from whioh^she had bean>a sufforor fur twd or'three years.' > .</.* < JCAV.:; j

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Fined 20s for Assaulting a Chinaman [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

Fined 20s for Assaulting.a Chinaman Last Sa'-iii day ?John Walsli,. a ^ road con tractor, was charged at the Grafton p'lice court with having on Wednesday assaulted a Chinese storekeeper named See" Ynu, at South Grafton. According to the evidnncf, See You wbb on the public street, .which Walsh was repairing, and WalBh told him to go round another way. The . Cliioa roan refused, as lie saw others,go. that way. Walsh at once commenced tliei attack by hitt ing him vvith a large clod nnd^by otherwise beatin^him.«-Mr. Fiaiik-Norrio conducted the case on behalf of the Chinaman, and, in bis address, remittded the bunch of the many in stances in which Ohiuese bad been grossly ill used, and also, referred to the late inelan choly case at* Tamworth, t and oalled. upon the bench to inflict such a penalty as mijiht put a shop to cases of the kind prevalent in the district. Mr. Chapman, J.P., and the bench were determined to put down such aots with a strong hand, and conoluded by saying nothing ...

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