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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

FOR THIS WEEK, .s.aii " -lU 'iilJ'ii ti'i- vi< ' n l! rit'O'< ?11 iioU .s vn?. ,-j, Boys' Suits- .....-v. 4s. lid. ; . . . 4S. inir-.'- I 1 ","i;!<Vy f It) . i 1 ; J' . in yf j . . » , . '»' V ",'"4jS» ' lid. -ji )'j ' l; I t nl Boys' Trousers .. 6d. .t Jmi«,hnv:r-i'-r: .< i ' . .' <- . . .' .. 1 'Ak24--,i'' '«? ' ' od;' , tf '? '? .'»> : I ' '#.' ' sui^l:Miwr 'o ;.I!i 1 - j I,. i i ''.:IKn"KHIK' '&9i: 193 ij V'l'>7 ;i ,«.!«),tttf v,<;."( 'i ,1 .{XflflS I'JjltiiO i7li!» 01 * j :r, i'.-li ;' HAYE THE LaLrgebt and Cheapest Stock ; ! :: OE : ^ I - BQXS' AND" WTHSrCLOTHIW&^ "V»ji OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS . mrEH0°raIcOAT8 ; AKE USraYAiLED *011 ;; 'o^cfeirs'Quality, ^teriaVand Style. .' OVERCOATS 7; J :,Kfteen Cases oHYIXTEH 0 VKRCOATS, various . OVERCOATS 7 Qurilities 'ariclPrices, opened' this "Week,!' '' 1 ? . , ! /comm,isiiil2''MUNSTERS. ULSTERS. !' , , OVERCOATS OVERCOATS: . - Vcompriskur'MUNST...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MR. WM. SANDS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

v ; MR. WAI.; SANDS* REPORT. Fat battle.-Much larger number in than usual. My sales resulted as follows:-6 bullocks at £4 2Is 5 do at £3 18/6 ; 5 do at £3 10/; 10 extra good hoifers nt £4 10/; 6 do at £3 10/; 21 bullocks, n little cut up, at £3, taken fur tlie paddocks ; also, 4 do at'£2 11/; and 4 mixed at £2 3/.' 'l'bo Sydney market continues dull. ^ . Store Oattle.-Thore is a good demand Cor 4, S, and 6 yeftr old bullocks. T'tiold 6 cows; good, nt d61 8Is 10 do at 19/; 8 do at Iff/; 7 steers at £1 ; 4 do at £17/6 ; 33 yearlings nt 8/6 ; 7 do at 8/; 35 poor poddios at 3/; 6 cows at 14/. Fat Shoop,-Not.any inv Priccs without altera tion. ' . . , Storo Sboep.-Not tnnny ponnod. TIio inolom oncy, of the weather proven tod buyors attending/ I sold 610 mixed sexes and ages at ?!/; 206 cull wethers at3/C ; a fow other culls at lowor prices. 1 hnvo buyors for sovcrol thousands of good sound! store wethers and owes to lamb in October. ' Horses.-Thoro will not bo much done until Spring. Tho...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

COMMERCIAL. GOULUDBN, FRIDAY. THE woek lias beon'dull ftB regards business, nn3 tbcro aro but fair alterations to report. Flour and Wheat.-Mr. Oonolly reports: No change locally. Privato advice from Sydney to hand this morning says flour is as bufore,' and wheat 4/9 to Bj- per buBbcl, which shows a dccline of Id from this day week. Market very quiet. General X'rodueo,-Messrs, Barry and Davis re port: Hay plentiful, up to £3 10/; potatoes firmer, up to £3. Maizo, scarce. 2'9 to 3/; fowls, still dull of sale. Prices currcnt in Goulburn between purchaser and producer t Flour, per ton ...... £13 0 0 Ditto, seconds, per ton .... 12 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ..... 0 4 0 Oats, per bucliel .... 0 2 0 to 0 S 0 Maize, per bushel .... 029 0 3 0 Hay, per ton .,,. 3 0 0 3 10 o > Potatoes, per ton ..... 2 15 0 J 0 0 Bacon, per lb. .... 0 0 Sj 0 0 Duller, fresh, per pound.... 0 13 Ditto, salt, per pound .... 0 10 Eggs, per dozen .... 0 10 Cheese, per lb. ...... Out 0 I) 0 '?Turkeys, per pair 0 4 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

A. BUSHMAN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER (Nearly oppniitu tho Hoyal lintel), 1 : . Auburn-street,' Goulburn. . First class vro'rkmanship.' Charges strictly mode* rate. City Clothing Hall. L. MANJ3ELSII0N , TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, Auburn-street, Goulburn, , , Estaiii/.HIUD 18G5. THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND rTXTTVT 17< SADDLED. THAT'S the sign to look for when you ootni to Goiilburn for SADDLES nod IIA It NESS; nud t .when you fiiidlft tell evorybody whore. it;is ;,talk ' about it; ding it in their eats ; make n regular-song of it, BO that they can't forget it. Tell tliern to REMEMBER ; : . REMEMBER. i REMEMBER You can avert Discaso and Death amongst your Horses, Sheep, and Cattle if y'oii will , - Remember- Kennoy ? the Saddler, - GOULBURN, For bo is AGENT fdu MR, POTTIE's Culehbateu Hohsij, CATTLE, and SIIIEEP MEDICINES, Res iEwc 3es iw 33 'aa' TV . OFFICES TO LEV. ' fl ^iV]?3?KEH"TICES TAKEN. j-l.V Keiiney the Saddler, Goulburn. LEOPOLD AVVEISSBEHG-E R By, ROYAL AUTHORITY MANUFA...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Leader of the Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

The Leader of the Opposition. , .The Sydney correspondent of a country contemporary writes:-It is settled that Mr." William Poster leads ilie opposition. There has bepn ap formal gathering of , the -disin terested elements, but 'it- is, perfectly well understood that the honorable member will bo oalled to the position. A canard has been going the rounds of the papers jas to ,some vote of censure, in re purchases (it the Melbourne Exhibition. The thing 'is all fudge; no such resolution will be proposed. No doubt, men like McElhono will consider the transaction somWhat ? roughly, >' and it may bai that pretty; caustio:languago; will be used, but the thing is too small to be: 'dealt with in a vote of censure.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

To liet, WO COTTAGES (n UNION-ST. North Goulburn (together or sepa rate), suitable for Pablic-bouso or Board ing-bouse. Apply THOMAS MORAN, Auburn-street. Municipality of Goulburn, PUBLIO~NOTlCE. THE Inhabitants of Goulhurn aro requested TO TAKI5 STEPS to havo nil NUISANCES RE: MOVED from ABOUT THEIR PREMISES. it being necessary to tnlte prompt mensurps in tbe oront of on OUTBREAK OP SMALL POX. Tho Inspector of Nuisances bas RECEIVED SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS with regard to the above. i J. CLIFFORD. Mayor. Council Chambern. Goulburo, 17th June, 18BI. , Mechanics' Institute, Goulburn. TENDERS aro fiivitod from porsous wishing to RENT THE NEW SHOP at tho Mechanics' Institute.. ' ! The highest Tender not necessarily nccopled. A preference will bo given to persons without in cumbrance. All particulars may be ascertained from tho tinder* signed, to whom Tenders (marked "Tenders for Shop") ore to be scut on or before the 4TH JULY NEXT. . ROSEVEAR SMITH, Secretary. Goulburn, June lGth, 1881. . ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Correction. Owing to some mistakes having occurred in our Oootamundra telegram on Thiirsdny night, with-rogavd to -the conditional pur chases made-on ? that; day, we give the following corrected list:-John iMaineyj:.' 154 acres; John Terrj', 200 aores;| Mar garet O'Brien,491 acres;-all in the parish of Stookinbiogal. Alexander Emory, 230 acres j Denis, O'Brien, 80 aores ;-both in the pBrisfr'of'Bute. James Olear, 40 aorqa; John Oloar, 40 acres; Bernard Batman, 200 acres';-n.11in /'the parish of Djidauman.' Donis! Ryan,. 400 acres, .parish j Oooney ; James Bess, 80 aores, parish Merribindiuyah; Agnes McKeown, 200 aoros, parish Moon bucca; J.H.Bragg, 40.acres, parish Oul linga; Anne O'Brien, 40 acres, parish Gun dibindyal. Frederick Fitchshaw, 40 acres; Frederick Shaw, 40 aorosboth in the parish of Muttama. Michael >Vhoalan, 6l acres2 roods;; James V^healan, 80 acres both in the parish of Too 'Yeo; John Duckett, 640 aores, parish Trigalong. 'J

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The Police Department. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

The Police Department. . IiTUo iV?"Qgga .WaggaAdvertiser publishes a ' lengthy 'abd' well-Written i'slcetoli i of- -the -city of Soulburn, in which, n fair estimate is given'of the position to..which her soqitrt and commercial progress entitles her.' ' In the course of his remarks, the writer alludes to a subject wliioh affords grounds for oojnplaint, and in proof oftho justice of the censures made by him, ho refers to one whom our .readers, jOr at least most of them, are acquainted ?witli^ and fow will be found not to echo the senti raenta expressed by him The'iallusionnBVto' seflio^sorgetirit Lynch. [#u$i! 6$n>ktio^ Iodgo^'iwo may"'re'tnnrk';. that 'this officer's olaitns have ntft boon ubgleoted for want of rooommendation by Oaptain Zoucb^whb'Iias, we understand, more than, once testified to the efficient discharge of his duties as super-, intondent's' olork ''by|soni6r;sWg,oant, Lynch'. And' we" moy further mention thaVthougfi he' has been frequently told his oase'would l'Dob...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Catholic Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Catholic Literary Society., . The above society hold its usual taootiag on the night of Thursday, last; in the ..boy.8'_,BcHoolrtoom, BqurkQ-atrea^u^piie. at tendance was' small,- owing: ho doubt to the inclemency of . the weather. In'tho absence of the president, Mr. W., 0. Lynch was moved to the chair. One new member was elected to the association. ;The. business proper-"A Night with Macaulay"-l'was then proceeded with. .The Rev. Father Phelao delivered an ihstrucfcivo lecture on ftlie style arid ability of the! authbr.'s writings;'] !<and'read,'->in'- illustration,''a"'desoriptive^p'as eage in the impeachment of Warren Has tings. Bo v. Father B.erm^gham.gave an interesting biographical slcetahof the Author, reviewing him as an orator, poet, statesman, ,&o., winding up by .reading, his reviow ,0?. ?Mooro'^ Life of L6rd;By,i'on. jBotli reverend fceritlemeri ' w6re ' warmly:- tlianlc^d, ' The* business for next night having* been an nounced as essays andrpropar...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advance Murrumburrah. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Advance Murrumburrah. Murrumburrah is to bavo a Town Hall at last. Mr. Johnson, of tho Railway Iiotol, has liberally given the site, and also sub scribed v£300 ,towards the building : fund. Mr.- Aiiien.arid Mrs' Bonrke.oaob gave £100, and Mr. Spring and Mr. Hay contributed £50 each. These>gentlemen certainly mean to carry out tbeir public-spirited under taking, and it will be an astonishing!thing if more of the Murrutnburra.li people do not follow their example. Plans and specifica tions,of the new .building, are prepared, ap'l the,:.work is.tp be! pushed' onquickly. <'A new Fiitiiic school iB "also to be built betwe&ir Harden Railway station and the town.J The building now in use is at the extreme jsouth end of'Murrumburrah, and the distance from Harden is so great that many of the children;from that place are unable to walk it,-and so are growing up in ignorance. A further item of news we have is that Mur rumburrah is threatened with a local jnews paper;'' r ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Mount Browne Gold Diggings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Mount Browne Gold Diggings. Satisfactory accounts /Continue to jirrivo from Mount Browne, which is a firs^rtito field for industrious men. ounces of' gold have been brought to Wilcannia 'since; last 'telegrams/ vThe coach-driver brought in a nugget from thd Four Mildr^weigbiug nine ounces, being thin, flat and oval, with little quartz or granite. The rush is turning out well,'.and: many are leaving-.Milperinka for it.; There is plenty of water flll 'bver t he diggings,, and provisions77are:''abundant'.". Flpiir is s'ol'd at 60s in. 'saelc/ Large quan tities of supplies ore onTtlia" way' from.South Australia. Gold is taken by the diggers to South Australia and other parts. The Wil connia coaches evade carrying gold without an escort, and there are large quantities on th'e diggings. Three brothers, naaied Kelly, from Gleu Innes, have 50 ounces onj hand for six weeks' work, and refuse tojsell Sydney Herald.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Police Court. On Fridoy,, Juno. 17,-before Mr. Voss, John Coleman, n stiauger, pleaded guilty to o charge ol having mads uso of obscene language. 'Prisoner, ou promising to " clear out" and bo of better behaviour, was die- ' charged.-Martin'-''Coble, on remand from Gunning,,was charged on suspicion of being of unsoundmiud.-The information received from Gunning statud that he lia'd beeu .waudoting about in the bush, and behaving in euch a manner as to give rise to the sus picion. Prisoner WBS remanded till Monday for medical inquiry.-Mr. Carter applied in the name of William Arthur Evans, for a pawnbroker's license. The bench decided to adjourn the dealing with tborcase till Monday.

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More Goal! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

More Goal i Wo roooivocV yosterdny from . Mr. Jumes 01ifford/ VQrnGr4tiQQh &oulburn/ samples of ; coal,' whidii'wbrp portions of; somo .five tons sent' to him for distribution,by Messrs'. Bnker Bros. Tho conl-mino which they now work is situated'at tho;head of tho Bundft uoou Orook,.jvithin a milo.and a half of Jordan's Orofesinp siding. The soam is 3 ft. G.hi. thick,uind tha oonlioxistsfinlany quan tify. Mr. Clifford is solo agont for Goulburn, and-ho is pioparod to dqlivoritbecoal at pra Bont for 18/- por.ton, but when the traiWny is'laid down there' will bo,a roduotion of 3/ in the price,'S3 i thatjt: canithon, bo(8uppliod for. 15/-1per ton., if the artiola turns out to bo good it is1 sure to moot with a'ready do maud, and muoli depends onthe trial of tho samplo3.j,. W[e hayo tasted tho coal( but slightly, yet, wo, oan recommend it asjfirst-1 olnss,: burning well and cloonly, and^omittiug 1 groat iwarmth. v; y.U.K ,_ i/.tri ' -,u Ar/. <j. < . .> i...

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THE TALE OF THE TELEGRAPH CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

THE TALE OP THE TELEGRAPH CLERK. . WITH aching eyes, «nd finders worn Uy private craze and pulilio crash, I til and slave from oigbt to morn, And do my turn at dot and da«b. I eee tbat some ar« free to roam To rest a little while and laugh But this small office is my home, Where I've to work tlie telegraph. The messages come pouring in . From Alice, lore-a growl from Dick ; I know what horse i» bound to win, But still this everlasting click. , "At liomo, my dear, I cannot dine," Wires craftily some' bettor half; . Would bis'roversion could be mine, ' But I've. to work the telegraph, My fiugors spin tLio ball that whirls Tlie world's rouloitoTtoin dawn to dark ' I plead for broken-hearted girls;' ' Add catch the unsuspecting clerk. I'm raoBBur gur ol birth and death, The voice of fate, the jester's chaff; 'Tis mine tho universal breath, Whilst I command the telegraph. Within ray breast securely locked, : I hold tho secrets of tho town; . Life hangs on tno when linoB are blocked, With...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Small-pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

The Small-pox. - Tbe discovery of fresh cases of small-pox in Sydney has caused widespread terror amongst tlie inhabitants of that city, and is' already begetting much anxiety iu country places, particularly places along the railway line. In addition to the uneasiness .caused by reading ihe accounts of the cases in Syd ney, several Goulbum people have within the last few days had their minds disturbed by rumours that the dreadful disease' had made its appearance in the city ; but we are happy to say that so far tliore has been no' foundation i'or such reports, There are cer tainly several poisons suffering from diffe rent kinds of sickness (wheu is a largo town without some siok patients?); andsomp of the Chinese we believe are amongst the number of the ailing, but no case of small-pox exists. The greatest precaution should however be takoa by fomilies and individuals ogainst the disease, and amongst those which should at once suggest themselves are cleanliness in "porson aiid clean...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

- COMMERCIAL. ' ' ? The following are the latest quotations: pj ^Lqitoon, Jane 14. " Tin, £90 10/,; \fdol{firmV^ F'l i.'fJ U) ^ Ju0°16, . At thoiwool aQlea to-day-'lOjeoO balea wero catalogued; - Pricos- Tyore firmer,' greasy > being|4d, higher Jthan^ last. sales.*,;; Coarse,, grejisy brossbts "J'SSL'isamoj|s<JMt;j...*

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Footracing [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

Footracing Those who take ao interest in athletic sport will have an opportunity of showing it this afternoon, when several races will take place, at 3 o'clock, on the flat near the new gaol, North .Goal,burn. There will 'be two' private matchesone^between Nowsance and 'Coy, - tlia other ^between McFarlane and McKay-after which there will bo a handicap of 100 yards, for which there are nine entries, viz.- Peters, McFarlnno, Roylanco, Rees, McKay. Hally Wilson, Newsanco and Coy. '.Mr.SkeUoir aud Mr. McGrath huve lundjy consented to act as starter and handicapper respectively.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

OOOTAMTJNDRA. ..FRIDAY-; EVENING. . .. The Cootamundro; Pastoral/Agricultural, . Horticultural, and, Industrial Society; mot ^]ast Dight.l(Mr. John BarnQS, J.p., occupied ,tbo,j chair.., There were fifty-two, aubsprip , tiqns handed.in. The election,tof office . bearers,resulted,! as,,..follows President: Mr. .John Barnes, Gf.p. j .vice-presidents: Messrs..G, RV Davidson,aDd R. jQnes, J.P.,* . Joint .secretary and^treaaurer,: ^Mossrs.' E^ Strorigitharm and H. Matthews. -The sooiety promises to be a groat success It is still raining., , ;H( ; ,r..,The great assault case was postponed until 'three o'olock to make up a benoh.; t '' . iT LATER..:,:'i . In the case, .Glanville versus Mahet;,heard . Before Messrs. Jones and Barnes; defendant ', pleaded giiil ty, to the charge of a aturdorous '? assault' with'a- stirrup-iron. "'The prosecutor' fbegged ,o'f;i the ;; bench to let 'defendant off. " Sergeant Parker stated that too much iarrik'in*> - their worships would make an example. He ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS: | FROM OREVIIIMS'S : TELEGRAM 00. AND OUR OTHIJR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. ... No fresh, cases of small-pox to-day. ' This Government have issued a proclama tion'that"all vessels from China'be quaran tined1 for twenty-one days; whether olean or not. This will meet the onse of the steamer Ocean, which is expected to arrive to-morrow with 450 more Ohiuamen. The Government have also ordered the house occupied by an infected Chinaman on Botany .Road, and the ; contents- thereof, to be destroyed by fire. , ' .Mrs. Guildford , was forwarded to the quarantino station, this evening., ? John Oouks,, publican, was, charged at the, ,Wa!er Felipe Court thjs, morning, with tho manslaughter.! of. Poler. Buckley, who died from the effeota. ,«f drink administered by Cocks., He was ramanded to Wednesday next, bail alhnved. Mr. Bennett, the Commissionor'for Roads, leaves for England to-morrowj in conse quence of tlio death of his wife there. The licensing bench thi...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 18 June 1881

LONDON. TJIUIISDAY, The Ascot Gold Cup was won by Robert tbo Devil, Petrouel second, and Exeter third. Considerable progross is being made with the L&nd Bill in the House of Commons. It is finding favour in the country, sad tlio Government are pressing for its becoming law in its original form.

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