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Working Men's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

( Working Men's Association.*^ J 11 The usual meeting of 1 the' Church] of :Bngl»nd,'i.Workinj?-"Men-,8'.'1A88ooiotlon-*WB8' held on MonHay/but owing to the inolemency of thp wenther the attendance ,was only fair. The, chair was": taken by" vibe-president Kinpsell: for a part of the evening and. .aftarwardsrby/tbe prosident/ithe Rev. GK M., D'Aroy Irvinoi -?^ ii iletterJwas ireceived jby cbairmon'from MrLHiiHorby^tVndoring , Ilia rasignation "as proujipr ,of tl;e ; ministry. Tlie secretaty wjis,ijpstfuqted-to. writo: to' Mr. Horn acknowledRinp/itliervracQipt : of,, jhis letter, Wdv suggestinpAto,"refer ?,tfoe.; mattsiv to his colleagues The report"of j the sub coin mittee^apppintod to::carry^out';th"e", late, public 'entertQinmen't./WQa' recei*edi \ Mr. Grogory^submitted. his/statoment^shqwpfr,. the;nett pfocbeds.'jltjyo^deoidVdf^bfband I Savjour'svCatliedral Building Fund, after whiub ajbeflrty '; vote of'thanks was carried by Heblainntioii'for !the labours of the com-, miltMeV. TJ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 26 August 1881

DIED.   On the 18th instant, at his residence, Montague- street, Goulburn, ALFRED FERGUSON WINGFIELD, aged 64 years, formerly of London, England. Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of THOMAS AKERS, aged 84 years, native of Hawkesbury, New South Wales, who departed this life on the 22nd of August, at his son's residence, Spring Valley, after a long and pain-     ful illness, which he bore with Christian pati- ence, leaving a large circle of relations and friends to mourn their loss. Sweet Jesus, have mercy on his soul !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

DR. D. JAYNE'S STANDARD | Having maintained their reputa tion 'for efficiency in the United | States f&PWver thirty years-their ; popularity at - home has led to a i -large demand/ for them abroad j , and they fire now Icnoivn and ap j 2Jreciated in all quarters of the i ' Globe. ' -. * ' ' DR. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT is the proper remedy for Con sumption, Asthma,. Bronchitis; and all Lung and Throat Affec " tions; it speedily cures Coughs, Colds and Whooping Coughs, subduing the attending inflam mation arid fever, removing 'dif ficulty of breathing, producing Treer and ieasy .expectoration,, and by imparting vigor tb the respiratory organs'assisLs ttiern in throwing off obstructions.., DR. JAYNE'S,. ALTERATIVE, is . an effective remedy foi* Scro fula, Cancer, Goitre; Ulcers, .., Eruptive Diseases, Dropsy, and : . Mercurial Affections. Stimula ting the absorbents, it acts tho-c 1 roughly by purifying the bloodj thus eradicating. . the. virus 01 these diseases "at their source, ?...

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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK VI. CHAPTER III.—OUT OF THE JAWS OF DEATH. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

v AX E BIE -AY LIE 11. BY TUB AUTHOR OP MOIITOK HOUSE. . . BOOK VI. CltAPTKIt III,-OUT. OF THE JAWS ('1' DEATH. '? ? ? (Continued.) , - ''Hm hps another one to-night," Yaltfio 'bought, but she "did . not say so. She ci-n 'ented herself with (mother caution, and then went to summon ber father. " Don't talk lo him-much, papa," she said ; and the general promised he would not. Wot that this pro mise stuod'for much-he made it every lime lie pa id ii vi.<it, and generally lot gut it two minutes after-but Vnluiie "alwuy exicted it, as a s irt of precautionary measure that would keep her oivn conscience clour, if it did no other-good. . Left nl0110 in the,sitting-room, sheB wcm.t to the window, and, ies ing her arms on the Kill, looked mournfully forth at tho glorious i topic nigh', at the heavens, brilli uit with a radiance, unknown lo colde_rj iatitu'les, and at the Southein Cross-thai cbhstejliitioii of h-r "unhappy, country-which-was burning just above Iter head. They were n...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER XXI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

3B3UX.EBT "W^BSriXrjES'. CIIAPTJJH- XXI.-CONTINUED. " WE v don't want, you-to do . that," Baid Frank, Biniling ; " we want you to live, and hope to make your life happier than it bithorto lias boon. But, first, I want you to ?..tell mo how you got on alter I left .you ? r 1: have noveviGOOn you-since we landed in Aus tralia." ^ " No, .sir ; I recolloct tho^dajr; quite well; and sorry enough was I to' seo you, so young and inexperienced, and with a dear v"»ng lady praying for you at homei going oif with that sot of fellows, that I know would not cH56se b'utload you'into mischief/ However, that's neither hero nor there,"6aid Mrs. Brad stock asishe gawrtFrank'a brow,darken. . .",1 went ashore with the boy, and got a little lo'dftibs:,4: t»lift-'began to l.ioU'around: ma !Jo sen what I could do for myself. I had a few pounds-five or six, I think-which remained out of the subscription which the parson and kind people down .wlitrel livud formerly bad made up for mop-six. pouu'ls, I thinlc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

Wanted, 10 OR 2« BOYS to luiiru the BOOTMAKING XO ill KVICKY BRANCH, at WOOD COM l'ANY'S BOOT FACTORY, Ooulburn. W©tfice. A LL parties eommuiiioutiiigwilli Ilio undersigned JLjl. will please address their letters ns follows in future:-Uoulbiirn, Lnke Bathurst Uolol, Slier win's Kluts. JOHN CARNEY, Storekeeper. Wotaee. lERSONS intending SENDING MAR 133 to KEPRIUVH will plunso to have Ilium in Uoulbnrn on llio 8TH SKPTEMBEK, at the Livery Yards, where I will takede. 'livery of thein. 1 will i'IHO take dulivory ut Pholp's Motel, Turugo, on SEPTEM liKR tlTii. M. MoALISTER. To BSwiMers. TENDERS will ba received by tlie undersigned till Thursday, 1st September, at 12o'olock, for SUNDRY ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS to CAMBRIA VILLA, for \V. Sands, H»q. ''Drnwingp/nnd SpceHicatioiis of which can be ob tained fiom : \ E.O.MANFRED,, ' Architect, ? *"M 1Lct,: ? '.jPlIAT BEAUTIFUL STONE. COTTAGE JL known hb M A RSTON, lately r.ccupied by Mi. MuFndden, oo"8isting of four lioi.ir- «i\d Servants'. Ro...

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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: SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. THE LAND QUESTION (No. 6). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

X->TT33I,1SH:EI> 33V~33RY , MOR^IiSTG Truth, ever lovely ninco I ho world began, ..,??? The Toe or lyrants mid the friend of mm.-Campbell, GOULBURN: SATURDAY, . AUGUST 27. ; THE :LAND QUESTION (No. 6).'. Tiir arguments used against abolition are -1, that, it will injure, our credit,in the London market by clepreciating our securi ties, if, we remit any portion of-what is con siderod a just debt2, that the yielding up of what is now £200,000, and before long will reaoh half a million, will necessitate the imposition of ftosli taxes on the colonists at large, equal to that amount; 3, that'the holders of dummy selections to the extent of hundreds of thousands of acres would reap the chief btnofit, whilo the bona fide selector would only derive a trilling benefit since the grantor portion of the interest ac cruing is due by men who,' through infringement or evasion of the law, havo managed to secure selootion areas a hundred times greater than the law. permitted. In answer to the ...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) London, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

(From-tht Sydricy Herald.) , {?";j: \ *i';? ?London, 'AuguBt 25. . Intelligenoe-roooi ved to-day; from jWHsh ing ton states jtliatfi ^jsurgipQlV,,'operation has, beou successfully performed on General] Gailieid,.and!his physioiauB aro now some-; what woro hope'fuliu rogard.to'the patientla (irocovory'. 4 _ r,1 , , 1 L . The Turkish troops, before abandoning Kniizn, a township in the territory ceded to Qraecejisei fire^to the plaoo. f, The Russian Government, in a communi on tion . to the . Q-ovornmentf of tho .Uuitod States', ' demands!- tbo:.extradition. of Hnrt-; . maun the Russian Nihilist^' who1 was iinpli *bated'.in tho uttampt,:to *ajsastiinTifiHh'e late Atuiul ltahman and Ayuub Ivhan remain as last ndvi&ed, no advance^ having boen made on either eido. It is reported, however, that Ayoub has again inado overtures to tne Ameer with tho view of a friendty set'le m;nt of their olnims. This intelligence is not official, aod inquires confirmation. Rioting has ogain broken o...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulbura Police.. Court At the Gouiburn police courr, yesterday, Cbavles Thomas was charged jvitli allowing tbrao cows to stray. Mr. Thomas stated he had ii boy who looked after his cattle, and whilst he wab having him breakfast on Tues day morning, the cows got out of the yard ; the boy, a/tor. finishing breakfast, want to attend to the co\vp,.but did nor. happen ,to go in the direction they had talr?'n; :he (Mr. Thomas),would pos intentionally'allow any of hit cuttle to stray, as lie-had a'*pad'dock to keep ihem in. Patrick Thomas, defendant's son, was sworn, and said in substance what his father had stated as to how the cows had been lost eight of for a short, time. .Stmior sergeani Fen'on » said he boliovad Air. Thomas would not wilfully allow his cattle to stray. Mr. Alexander,, the sitting magis trate, was .satisfied" tli era was no intoaiioual offence, and dismissod the case.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE's TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [I'KOIL GHEVI LLLI's TELEOLIAM COMPANY. J SYDNEY. FUIDAY Nionr;. IN tlio Assembly to-day Mr. Fitzpatriok Bi>.tod tliat it was understood l >st night a division on Mr. Forstar's motion was not to bo called for and several ^members in con sequence wont homo, but one of the Govern ment supporters called for a division oud then left ilie House. A largo depu'auon waited; on Sir Heury Parkos this morning in reference to the pro posed inquiry into tho working and solvency of Friendly Societies which tnuy considered necessary and urgent. Tho Premier in reply miid ho thought u lloyal Commission shoii'd bo appointed; He promised to confer witli 1 his 0 illeagues aticl if tlioy agreed a commis sion would be appoiutotl. The Miuistur for Ptibl.c,/Instruction has ; communicated with tho various donomiua- . tiuiis, having schools receiving state support, ; inviting tlietn to inform" him whut sotiooi property thoy have to sell under tho 32nd 1 Bection of the Public Instr...

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Mr. John Stewart, [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

Mr. John Stewart, ; The well-known"-- we might almost'gay, celebrated-American advertising agent, is now in Goulburn, being on 'one .-'of; those tours whioh ho occasion ally r titkos for the purpose of advertising tbe'Cvarious1 "wares" lor which be is agont. This trip his atten tion is chiefly confined-though he has several smaller mattors in hand-to " edu cating" tbe publio on tho subject of Hop Bitters. Ho boars letters of authorisation from Messrs. .^ontefiure, Stuart, and. ,Co.,* sole agents. Few travellers display the same amount of energy and business taot as Mr. Stewart. .

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

JSEWS AND JSOTJiS. "Brief, Iben; and wliat'fke newi!"-King John Hawkeslmry races to-day, , ltesult of;the division on Mr. Porster's motion of censure: Ayes, 0; noes, Gfi. For (lie names of the Yass footballers to engage with Goulburn to-day, see our Yass Hows. Pour men, one woman, and throe children were released from quarautiue on Thurs day. ' ; In the case of MiJes v,' MoTlwrnith, a verdict has-been returued for the defend ant. About GO tons of nmtton were forwarded on Thursday last by the Orange Slaughter ing Company for transit by the Garonne. Insolvency.-Peter William Johnstone, jrpf Oooina. Liabilities, £70 12/5; assets, '£8 12/6. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. Mr. Myers has/withdrawn his motion re. agricultural schools, the Government pro mising to" a put a sum of money on the esti mates for the purpose. James Kelly find Wild Wright were re manded for seven days on the charge of horse-stealing audalsoof carrying unlawful weapons. A private telegram, received in Melbourne on Th...

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New Sale Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

New Sale Yards. Another stop.. in:'a','progressive, direction has been taken in the establishmentiof new sole yards by 'Mr. J. J; Roberts, auctioneer. The now yards are to be known as Tatter sail's sale yards, and as may be noticed in aur advertising colunis, *vi!l oo opened at Mr. A. Moluness's on next Thursday. The trade in live stock and produce has become so considerable that no doubt there is suffi cient room for uuore selling, accommodation in the city. ;.! ^Ve,wish Mri Roberts lhatsucr cess iu hisrenterpriso which we I'eel he de serves, and-trust, he. will:, receive a satislac-, tory'share1 of support. . \

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

YASS NEWS. (FROM oun OOHBBSI'ONIJBIIT). CONDITIONAL PunojiASBs.-Tho following conditional purchases,wore taken. up at tlia lYass land uffiuo on Thursday :-John Mc Beiin, 120 acres, 13th section,county Buc olouuli; pariuh WoBjasper ; William Gruber, 60,acres, 21st section,^county Murray,parish, Towal; William Eyrie,. 50 acres, 13th hl*C iiou, county Bucoleuch, - parish Weojasper ; JoHoph Oouuell, 68 acres, -21st section, county Murray, parish Joir; Oharles MeFeeters, 80 acres, 13th .section, county Murray, parish Joir. ' ??.???. . r''\-'?' SALE .OF.Snow. Stooic.-On Thursday a sale uf stock, exhibited at the Yasa show orr the previous day, was hold at Cumin's sale yards,' in Oooma-streat. « Mr. 0., Poplin was the first knight .of t,he lmmmer;to. mouut the rostrum, and his s-tles'and offers wero as fol lows :-Budouin, blood- (stallion; withdrawn at SOmiin'e.s ; bay mare, by ExprHSB, sold for,£8 .1 0/ to Mr.jMcKenzie ; ..«raught s'al 'lioii, l£reatc O'Da'y, sold to Mr. Mfilteuzio for |:...

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Wesleyan Mutual Improvement Society [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

<Wesleyan Mutual Improvement Society i There being n lecture last Wednesday evening, it way deemed advisable by the' 'members of this society to hold a short uiedt [ ing and then adjourn in order tlint tlio mem bers might .fittond the lecture. Three gentle men wore riominatedf'tm'd-ioiiei-oleotdd, aiier ijwhioh the president closed the meeting with ,the benediction. . . ? 1 ' ?

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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR COUHESPONDSNT.)' POUCH COUHT.-At. (his court on Hie lflih instant, boforn Messrs. Cox arid T. Glannuu, Js.-P., .Geo,' Hailing sued W; Amps for wftuos. £5 18/3. After considerable evidence trie cliim wtie dismissed. SMALL DEBTS COURT.- ID tliis court J. Worrall sued W. Axam for tho amount, £4 4/6, Cor goods sold and delivered ; wM diet fur- the nmount, and, costs. . r / LIOENJSES.- Michiol Quinn was' granted n slaughtering license for Guriundah; . The same applicant applied for a wine license, i which was opposed by the police'and rufus ! ed. George Boarolii'll also applied for a wine license, which was also opposed by the police and refused. ;; . THAMVAY.-Mr. Halligan,'.surveyor, paid our township a second visit on Tuesday last, in relation to the tramway, and started next. morning lo go over the liue between here and BieHdalbane. Mr. Hulligajij I believe, followed the range all along on the Goulbum side to tho Breadalbnne platform. , TELEQUAI'II.-Tho line betwe...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

MASS WTM; HK CKBUIIITAIIFCI/ AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. ; / ' SUNDAY, ? r , August 28,-Tarolga-Boro-Duiigotiia Byansvale, Monduy. 29tb August September 4.-Qrabbeu Gulluu-Spring Valley Brcadalbano. , . . YASS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday. August 28. CONFIRMATION, Albury., I,September 18 A dulong September 25 'J'urnut ..October 2 ..Tcmoro ,,,,,,, ..Ootobur 10 ,, Grimfell ..Ootoberll Goolagong October 16 , UnrrowR' v. ..October 23 " Frogmore'^ Ootober 28 YaBS... ., " ,, October 80 Blofss Pretibylory Ten Mile, Sopten:ber 21 J31 ess Ohorcb at Teiborft, October 9, Bless Cliuicli at Gooliigong, October 10 Bless Church at Gundaroo, Sunt'ny, November 13.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

PATRICK McSHANE, GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, AUBURN & BRADLEY STREETS, GOUIiTBUKW, PURO HARES all kinds of FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE, at :HIOHEST C.ASH PUICKS; »nd SKLLSat LOWEST REMUNERA TIVIC HATES. fit Give. Him a Call. /'.("gllSiHCNS illlHOIlIICCinCllt. BARRY AiiB DAVIS EAVE mucb pleasure in informing tho inlmbU Unts of Goulburn und district and the puMio generally that they huvn . PURCHASED THE BUSINESS roccntly conduoted by MR. H. 0. PRATT, as Wholesale Produce Merchant, And in policiting a oonliniianco of the custom which their predecessor received, tbey beg to draw attention to the fact that in all transactions their TERMS will be found to Compare Favourably with any in the Market. QS* Wholpgnlo Customers liberally dealt with. BARRY & DAVIS, Produce Merchants, ? Slonrio-Btreet, Goulburn. IN thanking tho public of Goulburn and the district burrounding for the goneroug support they hiivq extended to mo during the last sixteen j-Gnrri, [ febl great satisfaction in re...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

i "wm-uccY;. QA-t*EKn:>-A-R. I Uey qf Week. SUNDAY ,,, Monday , Tnusdny ,,, \ Wednesday Thursday;,. Fridny,,.f, Batimiay.., Aug, 28 29 30 81 Sop. 1 2 3 C 25 C 24 , C 23 G 21 C 20 G 10 , G 17 637 S 38 B 39 fi -10 5 40 0 <i I £ 42 MOON'S Pjiabk. Fir»t Qunrlor, ricpiGfnbnr'Snd, 12,7 #.m.

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 August 1881

COMMERCIAL. GOOLBORN; Friday. THURE Iius been considerable dulness in business (luritig this week, but notlcenblo alterations hnve not takon place in produce generally. Hay and pota toes are Blightly easier. At tho local mills, wliout is quoted from"present date at .4/9 for hunt samples, Last month, markotB look a start, especially in Mel bdurne,'and'afterwards in Adelaide and Sydney,'but fell back, ns Victorian statistics proved lo be incor rect, Present advances in all tho colonies sliow firmer markets, and rates seotn likely to be main tained. Flour, bran, nnd pollard firm ati last quotations. Messrs. Mort and Co- report that at their ealo on Thursday, there was n largo attendance of millers, and'an.aavance of 2$d per bushel on last vveek'B rates. Best samples of wheat realised from 6/3 to 5/6 por bushel. Prices current in Goulburn between purchaser and producer: Flour, per ton ' , £13 0 0 . Ditto, seconds, per ton .... 12 0 0 .. Wheat, per bushel 0 4 ,0 . . Oats, per, bushel . ....

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