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Remarkable Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

One of thoso remarkable escapes whidh i roayitriithfUlly be(calI(jd(.mira0iUdua[(sajf8iilio M. A. Mail) ivas experienced by a boy nntnod '^IJa^PaftjoVs^n,' 5 years of.age, at Guildforft, on Monday. While playing with some othet . childi',o^ ^e^Efpcidoata|lyj,'f^i I aolnvards in jo 'aii oltf abandoned sliuit,* 50 toot deep. A!n ^alarm.wciB quickly raiBod, and th'b father. |>ffc t&o boy had a ropo fastened round him, nnjl, .'Jri thp'fulliexp^ctaiion of finding only the malagled. remains Jif liis son, ho was lo-w'erJd ^lowtf-tltaiho'ftN./Fudge hia; surprise whon, .on ronohinirlthG.botfotu. his ears were tfreet ;^d£yitriHtfe^iirdB7 ' p^bjsin'g^ii^e^to^tljo:|ipfaM the -^ijitle fchough not eo^eerioualy as might havo,! boejn - f rac I uro'd},above I hp {ol iv,\ h is fo ro b o»d ? oukj1 ' And h'is^eVtfi sejit^tlirough'his lips,- besides opniusiona.on various parts,of his body. The 'lnjUies'^Werk1.iV oiloi'^t/tyeHff'^d^o^nn remains in the institution,:.witli evory. pros pect of sp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Extraordinary Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

vExtraordinri^ A gohtlemanwho/is-nt the hedd'of one of the p t' i n ci |HiL/sci(; ntifrc' Ed 0 [S a r tm o n't a t o f'T t b a Government Iihb been suffering from that myoteripui-diaea'S&y^ polypus* in thei'fnta.o}; A few,years ngojie underwent on operation, which wtis ffioctuiil for tho time, though it' did not provent a return of the disbii^.VilHo' went to Melbourne mienlly, on puVposo, to. bo operated oju |. -.His Ichoeka \t£n(lv§>l,l the flesh of his nose' 'vverV'cbt; aSVay 'frotfi' tb£ bone and turned back over the eyes, just as you would fold back a shoot of paper. In this, tijify | re^l|oed^|tii|"j oheqltfs japl nose, w b iclnl'ai\ or|tt^i\ri5oifk«J,4|p ,t hfjJ bpnej{ Agnjp, and healed, and the sufferer; is. , now thoioughly relieved, nnd scarcely 8ho(w3j\H' scar to tell of tho trying operation 'lie went through. lyMWi n

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Phenomenon. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

A Phenomenon. Thus 'rWiirHonoy"c6tj3b,' : -'At"a Public' School.(it doesn't matter where, but it was n o j |fi a<{i n IP gPJSCfal^'f^ jf! the third"b)asa'd?elTmej .my* "etiilo ron,''u you.know wliat a phenomenon/;is?" The,, children looked ateach other and! at, the inspector, and at last ga\ro%> thej.prgblS'mAi The great school official looked benignly nt the lads and said-'-' I'.ll tells?Vftojh(fl)oys.t XT ... vS.r.i'VrVo,,'' .Jl Now, il you rsaw a» cow eating grass; it would not bo'a phenomenon. That' be natural 'to the cow. If, however, on ; the. other hand,| you saw cowr olinibing1 -u'p^a; tree, with her head towa^fls ,'ttfej gr/und| |iull playing a German coficortina witll'lier-fore loot,* that would be a phenomenon,"; t Tiio; children were delighted, and itf*il{sdid ^vei^ *81000; thpyj havp^beeu-'O n-.ths Jook dp { 'JotJi' l!.p:lienomefidn£'5 AU',!l ; dl, .ti'i.sli.ij.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Grey Mare the Better Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

I The'Grey "Mar ethe~BettBr~Horse.", - A writer in th>» Auckland (New Ze:tLin<j) Observer says:-I was much edified and amused the other day whoa travelling iu tljo far Noith, at a conversation I overheard be tween a husband ai:d bis loving spouse,' <|r perhaps, more correctly speaking: between ja loving spouse pud h«r husband, Jr^/r^un^to mine i^tli(|^ol|uw^!0^ I was stopping! GTh^husbao'd-WHS oiiith'oK' beer,?' and bin spouse, who, as I said, occupied the next room to mind, had frequ^ntl^topenejd the dporanfl,culled to John to icoma fb ib^<f lTohri*gavo(no jh,eoVt.nJPrer^lx'il^ raer o'pijmed 'tlioL^dooK again, and 'this itimdirifol'mod John if liofaidn't come at opipe^^qiil^obfe \y.r>jrst for him, so he came staggering upstairs an^d iutothip twif9'a~rrooip.-y,He-was no sooner insidVthe'-rabDivind-the door shut than she gave'bim n_ niepe , of. her mind : she called him a'iS'fr, d jftni k o n,!' 1 ^yV| & id' for not'bing .lilalolfjvtinfd...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catholic Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

Catholic ^Literary Society; '? At tho usual weekly mVoling'of'tlVe above association hold 'on.'Thursday, niglit jiifyijie boys' schoolroom, Botirks-stroot, tho ittteii daneo was unusually Rood. ?. Ono nowrmwin ber was oluotod, and ono nominated. The business consisted of readings and reoita tiona. Mr. J.4 Lb Bretb^t recit^'d'i'i'U^oi Gambler's Wife."' Father Berminp;ham reeitoda^och^'r'Wrtrnintj,'' nnd gave a brief out investing higtory of the incidents which called fortL tho .piecoV iMri Sjubhiup,, road " The Genius of'Slmkap&h'rt!, VmV. Fution reoitad " The LaBt Words of Hanni bal." Master Oraierod recited " Why and .When wo Drink." Mr. 'Ifontiedy recited " Rospeot, for tho Aged.'' > FatherwWalsh' recited " The Dying Christian to JIiaiBc)uli!i Spirited? oritioisio, in' which^most of i, those >|)r(3scnt'toolc4Dftrt,JfoH^£o(i\tj|X^ob,'dG,r|rigfoi^ each piece. 'x'he business^Wr rnext''ihee£ing hnvin^; basmva-n^nouiined'/nsra '' Night with Maoaulp'y/'-flil qiie8tion"o?ry...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

Goulburn Police Court. Oh'Friday, Juno 10, before Mr. H. H. Yoss, Willinm Brook*, a .helpless old man, churned with vagrancy, was sent to (?aol for u n1'onth|,fpr|tbe|tfeniifit|5! of '?mejlyml treat ^ B(r&nKor;was 'chnrge^i with boijn'g drtinir* nn&""disorderly." Accused.' ploaUsd guilty to having been drunk,-but-said-that ho had not been disorderly, except that he irSseigted, i)io. n'ttapKsfit <town' )nprikins. JPri ^ipebai-iiod. a 9au|ion.,f ,T.wo 'moo were convicted'of being drii'nicf and'dis orderly, and lined in tho sum of 20/- each with 2/6 costs.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cootamundra Items. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

t r . |4 Coin'o^^bher p)Mailey Olarka/ApqDQdMISlQi^'c'^rt of-inquiry ot Oopjt.iiiuundra o%fri)grsday;. Hr.'lSpryiff, i0peb[M^&)Mn^Uio^)^ch4eiit was in utteridiTBce^ yTi^ree importaM "coles- were decided, particular^ of w|nchywi)l appear in our next issue.-Tlils1rai'ff""is over, aud the "Tuch'stock- B3ftrk«i|i-is*^ullf l>ur wiirutujirova, with tbe.pirflss'.r-Tljer'e arei twolw llptels in" .(Jootomundra,.ailjitpr;csenL.doifljj.jij:oarui}j;_ trade. The late rains have had some influ ence on this, pcrhups.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MELBOURNE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

MELBOURNE. FRIDAY, : It is slfttod that the Berry Government intond abandoning tho Reform Bill. A. caucus'meeting of Government supporters is. ; called for Tuesday-noxt.1 During tho sitting . . of . . the;'Assembly.'fix committee "of supply . early this morning, stormy scones occurred ; nod on one occasion the'Speaker interposed J.,to,stop the debate; The authority of.; the ^'Spehjter to' silence a member was,contested, i'.' aVd t)>8. debate, nftor some time, was allowed » to''go''on.- ^ '-'^v ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Breadalbane Road. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

ft]® BJreaSilbaM Roa^f fif .. 'ft Mr. ©. & Myer^JKI^smAWn^in^iired as to what bail bnen done respecting the Parkoabura and Bruadalbaue road, has re ceived a lettor ii'pm-ibe|Depa|tmont of'Mjnefi-1 stating that tlsis matlor-'is'fuhd'eV. coneitlera U9D, aud shall be dealt with in a fo*> days. 'Mr! Myfers cortuinly 'dd.sorv!es 11It afi IcWJ for his! ((.'bijtinpoy'a offdrta\qn bejialf p/j/Jll (p&rts )«f| endeavours many oonoems are .being aftona 'i'd' tof1 WHicli' 'rui^lit 'otliorwikb iLle, 'Bnt'ii'61yv' i brerlioke'djibivolio fintl'ofiVii Wiyjpbttj^oned;! !;j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

fcUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. I Fltoxr OUT! OWN COJtllEsl'ONDENTS.] SYDNEY. Fin DAY NIGHT. Mn. WILLIAM Nouton has boon gazetted assistant 01« rk of Potty Sessions at Goul burn vice Mr. Tronghton. Sir Henry Parlces informed a deputation to-day that Jio was not prepared to disclose the provisions of tho bill dealing with the iiquor. traffic; but assured tlio-deputation , would .be .introduced without delay on the ro-tissewbling of Parliament. At a meeting of tho Executive Council this morning, the list of magistrates rocom " mended for appointment by the Cabinet was carefully revised. . The number of. appoint ments made will be gazetted in a few days. A youth named Strnunton has beou com mitted" fojp" trial for the manslaughter of a youth named Healy, who was killed'in o ' figlit at Botany; nod Tree and Egan were also committed for aiding and abetting. Straunton. There was no change this morning in the .??position ' of the wrecked ship Queen of ?'Nations.'''She'looHs quite safe, and the sea...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

c ~A N'ew^irm. i! J Messrs',' I?.<B 5}Wb1)lHtri"dUO/'Er'SloA.liBtBn announce by advertisement iiit(jqrday|6;.i^8yQi that from- this dntu thoy intend carrying on. jjlmsinpssias auctioneers* &Or, a lino ^ofiljim-, in^Sfl' fvbicii[is" already | w/5il ranjresonfefl jib droulbUrn*}'"*but'as botli" tbo"gentlntoion"' named are well connedt6(i[}inrfOho| dist'rio(, and come before the. ^jtiblioiwilb KoqjKcIi e dentials, they ought to command a fair-busi ness. Mr. Zouoh hiis bad" oxi gobIvb esperi ence in stock, and Mr. MoAlistej,;}vaa Jbij at long timo with Messrs. X7inl»y"and Co. Ift u»m;« aw *> a : r - ? . i r. iv' kh? « wic

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

? LONDON. THUjipDAY. ,^,i;''X'gVf>M)^V.hnBi:obourred'.«t.iSt. Jbhn'a,' ?'onoiof' tho stibuHis of Qitdbeo/^la'.'PdoiSda..' J' '^yolvo^'.'.hundred .houses, inuluding.iseveral' ?'.'publlo1;1 buildings ':oM;'pburofre^ ." Wtroye<J,"and thousands,.of,.pooplei rendered . ithodaelesst' | The'los'a is rtiligHly,lostimated jat', ,'not stated whoiiier any1 ii lives Avero loafc,1:1 . j'

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YASS. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

c YASS. FRIDAY. 'I'' '-At "the St'ssioris to-dnyi boforo Mr. Dis ;,",':ifcriotroouw Judge MuFarland, 1 "lil Mary; Knox pleaded gjiilty. to a, charge of ,, stealiug a collar and pair of cuffs from her employor, a person natnod Abbey! of Fish I ^lEiver. t,.«Tbere ? were several other articles named in the ' information J! She, wasiaen v 't^oo'd ito nine monthb' < imprisonment in :rYaBSgaol,' ; V".'.! '^iyiamiiHcriryf Francis, on' bail, com1-, mittGd . 'for' the . same, offenpej, surre^dered, ";;but jtho ,'Ci'o,\vn Prosecutor -would not proceed . v agai'nBt' hini',1 believing, him ,to/b'o',ihuoconi:, /, Tho. JudgeJ discharged him, saying that lie' " left; ihe-'coflrt'wi'h ja^tainle.89!obar%er;c,^j i , ;:!n;^rVji4okhRnBo;1pro8eoutpd ;>? Mr; Meyer's . ?: acted . as;i, deputy jhariffjinBtoad' of :;:.M.r,l|T.n '?jOolla- v'::'';,. , -? i:.'-'i i : V.- -??I'iii' i .y . V ? J v J-,f 'J" )<; IcTliO'oourt'lnsted exactly fifieeni niinUtes. j 'To-day/JJ)t!fbi;e 'Mr.'.-iTa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

' liiM.in Mmmmmrsy~r* mw IIPw run n IMi LAST TWO WEEKS ! - fflltSIS-CSiAISS PHO I'OGRAPHY: '« U J. i . f The Popular Photographer of &Teiv Smith Walcis, WISH ICS to thank HIS PATRONS for the libcrul support iiccorded to him during Ihn pnst threo wenkp. Hnd buns In notify thut 1)0 CLOSES HIS STUDIO on SATURDAY. June 11, and 'hopes tbo gebeml publio will not overtook the fact. ^^tEidlo, open from 9 till (lush. .Out^do'dr' piiotograpliy! Hous'*?,' Grounds, Horses, Family Picnics, Wedding ( ' r Groups, nnd- overy description of out-door eubjeole photographed on the shortest notice. Carts <le Visile, Cabinet. Per dozen.. 2(Ps. l*er (loseeu.. 40s. .'itfuMV ditto ... l»«. '' BBalf ditto' V. 35m. N.B.-All photographs are enamelled, and finished in the latest American otylu. 8(UiOSl OLOB HOTEL, SliOAM-STBEBT,. £FO XJ 3La 33*0 MTV U>. ;M??AMUffl BEGS reHpectfully to inform tpjf inhabitants of Qoulburn and surroimding'OistrictB that lie has rooted tlioeo Lugo'and comtnndi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 June 1881

? Wanted "" , " if| wjln bin ridolwoll and fp nodnstnmBd 2%'. to Cattle ,Apply ,nt,SIRS. LAMBERT'S, 'Slbnr)o-streot/QoulbWh."'' ' " " 1 w ' .< , S J^SfJELS.r OPj Q.OUOf. SEED OATS, i\J.. not Side'Bearers, ? '! 1 ,<!,? '' "it ; P$NDS: Wniitecl, cM'oic. !ApfeiK',Ai!ST?Px^jRirdk,,s ft ---ii-tuJ£-lL-CL-'-r/ - i-;;if ?.. v-1"1, "V:'| hA'.'.!' r?' -Ai' ..'GDKijplreTiSN'iV/,^ vMAID., ; Apply 'JEL Bt'THOMAS'8 HOTEL,' , j . """?' .Wanted"^ ?; TWO- HORSE TEAMS at onoa, fo'cort bluo melal fropajyii|>oriR Maredeti's Bridge, to No, 1 section, Ooomn Bond, m . p.jaMes.BIJOKLEY, ,,T. . StJ, ^ , .BoBdiOontrnploT, * .'*'*01,1 *. EI(3HT^Ton obob'^TONEBBEAKERS for V' tKo following' iWorlts :-Orookwell . toMIWbeoo ... Junotion ;THra)g'i.,Bood Braid wood.. Bond,. ? Also, for Ooriiorntio^Workfj. ,; Good wngoa to be earned, and prompt, j pBymontii /whfin ^measured, Throe months' constant wtfrk guaranteed. Nonq but good .ibarfda needlnpplvii VW\1.'YfUit ? Apply,-st .YiOTOJlIA ,QUARB...

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DESPERATERIOTING IN CORK. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

' DESPERATERIOTING IN CORK. 10 NDON, June '10. - .. ;.TliOr'disturbflDOfla in Cork, wbioh hove lately boon steadily increasing, culminated yesterday in desperate d rioting.. Several serious enoounters , took plaoo botwoen the ?-polios and oxoitod1 mobs of; peoplo, in which; ?a great moDy persons wore injurod. .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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DISASTROUS FIRE AT QUEBEC. QUEBEC, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

:: T)TSAST.ROna FIRE AT QUEBEC., ; . QUEBEC, June 9.: 11 A disastrous fire broke out to-day, and spread witli great rapidity, owing' to the, high wind which prevnilod, aud an :enor iiioxiBdestruotionoftproperty resulted before the fire was finally subdued.' No less'than 1000 houses wore binned to the ground.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) THE PROPOSED COMMERCIAL TREATY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FRANCE. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

.; ? LATEST BY CABLE, t"' (From the Sydney. Herald.) \ THE PROPOSED. COMMERCIAL iTREATY BE!WEEN. ENGLAND AND .> PRANCE.' . - r i . . LONDON, Juno 9.* i In the Houso of Commons to-night, tlie: question,of the renowal of the commercial1 treaty between Great Britain and France; iwhicli expires in October, was brought for ward.' After a lengthy disoupsiof), a reso luiiotj WOB adopted,,deoltiring, that nq. com mercial treaty would be satisfactory :unless tbe duties imposed by Franco 'upon British goods were reduced. ..* ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

LONDON. FRIDAY. ' A groat sensation-hns been 'caused by an attempt wbioh was mhde to blow up the Liverpool Town IM1. A dynamite explo sive was employed - to effect the wreck intended. The attempt was partly success ful, the windows beinglall shattered to piece's* No one is reported t^ bave been injured. Two persons supposej'd tp be concerned iu tho outrago have been arrested. They were armed with revolversj; and inquiries mode linve confirmed tbo suspicion that they were Feniiins. ? j The Lusilania's cargo of meat and" other Australian produce lias arrivod. On inspec tion, it was lound the milk had perished, but, the meat and tho rest of the shipment, con sisting of buttor,' fith, poultry, &c., turned out in splendid condition.: A frightful outrage has taken place in Mexico. Tho nnti-Ohinese .feeling of the negro population has oulminated in ago.neral rising of thojblaolts, who mustered en masse, and butchored fully a1 thousand Ghinamen in the town of Santa Roea. The massacr...

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COOTAMUNDRA. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

COOTAMUNDRA. SATURDAY< EVENING. Mr. A.; Gv Jones's 9000 wethers; 'and Messrs. Eyala and Dnvia's fiOOO hoggets, ore now passing through here. All the lots, which are camping on the reserve,, are in a healthy condition. . i

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