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Amusing Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Amu'singf Sfcetfe, - fAtt.amuai.ng eqape took place at the recent sitting of the .'District Court in Gund«gai. Mr, Porkins, who was with great earnest ness arguing a point of law before his Honor ^\idge Forbes, suddenly takiDg a step or two in the direction of the bench, divested him self of!; hia overcoat. The spectators, mis taking the imdvement, thought that tha learned gentlemen was " going for" his Honor, aud aproar of laughlor, in which the Judge j6inedj echoed .through the court. Mr. OPenrins'did criot teirid;'to restore tho gravity of-the proceedings by exolaiming, .' I did not mean ic, your Honor, I only took off my over coat, because I feel .^arlpii.^J- Gundagai Times. L.'(.3

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Educational Establisments of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

\" Educational EstablisWents of.'"! I J j:A ''.i i .' I, CJoulburn.i ;: ? > T uii" A writer in the Wagga Wagga Advertiser says;-Goulburn seema destined to be the most classical inland town of the colonjv lt has twp ladies' polleges, onp offjyhioh is in connection with - ilio Koman Oatholib 'Gon'r vent. The ..boys' colleges are, first, (hat managed by Mr. D. Sly, who compels his pupils to wear a distinctive uniform. - The »6ad;lnaiter; inay, [have'.;* ; bitt the generality of people'look ^pon'dis tinotive uniform's as.tlva-re'main8;o£ -ajrotten rag'of a woto out system, for whiohfnd'rba* son oan bo adduced for maintaining in these colonics. £ pf/'the jadbobl itsslfjf it" i's'|abjyl msD^gad,f^nd isla oredifjto tho distrio't| St, PatHck's iBoman Gatliblio sohool-ia- a'Ynotilo ^ ; edifice^ dad stands upun onu ut tlio most healthy positions in Goulbum. The institu tion is under tha presidency of the Rev. Father Gallagher, a gentleman of high cul ture and lit-rary attainments, and who ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Painful Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Painful Scene. "It had'been .thought by many that the Government had appointed ostatf oI persons to effect the removal of infected persons. It would appear that this supposition is in correct.-that is, tf the course adopted with regard to Mrs. Guildford wo? pursued in the other cases. Notice hod been given that the infected woman and her husband would he removed at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. At that hour a report was received at the Oumberland-street police station that the vehicle was approaching the infected house. The 'bus, which some ihuugbt was not the ii}oat* suitable vehicle that might bo em ployed, was drawn by two, rather unat tractive looking horses - animals which might, perhaps, be left standing anywhere without any fear of their running away, Each horse »vao in charge of a man who led it by the reins. ' A constable accompanied tho vehicle,, which, was drawn up oppo site ^Keats' house, V Besides, tho constable in charge of the house, and the one who jol lowed the 'bus, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A "Model" J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

A "Model" J.P. "Prisoner, your case wai disoussed last night in the parlour of my brother magis trate's'hotel, )sb you'are committed' for (rial, itbe;evidenco beslringiout ifywnd.Jpcie fasa, iahii:j anything .ypu5 haye{..io;i lay j iii( your! 'def^Dcei'will^bb used iti evidraoeagaipBt you. I refuse to hear anything more unleBb-'yoir plead guilty !" This is a sample of an Aus tralian J.V., who ii a oelebrity in his wuy His aight is so dim that ha is seldom able to read tu^depositioas^kenvby^himself^ and he is in the habitMfx givingthe.mantiaor'ipt to the prisoner to read, asking, "Now, are -you satisfiiedi o{pyQur'guilt ?" In a case of aSsauliii'he'made^l'^iii'nr the prisoner stand, firBt" out of " I saw the prisoner stands ,fpsfc," ; and; would not permit an alteration' whonth&'error was pointed out, but forthwith accused the witness of perjury, jln a sly grog ease he said, "Why, .I've iastod for the revenue more , grog* than wduld keep threo men tipsy, and you think, sir, t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Healthy Spot. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

A Healthy Spot. Will'Hobbycbmb^ritea^i^ibe'otlieri day I was listening to two men talking. One vyas: a hoteWieeper in. whatsis poetically! ical(efrth&;pitiy jof the .flldins^and thejdtlief lev'idenily a "traveller. * The innkeeper 'was: sounding the , praises of the place, and, of ^aMViorg6t*not'6ur^l^spleildidlf''ilieaitbjr climate." Its salubrity, is Md,'J?Iains'! raarii what "our beautiful harbour" is to the Sydney cit. It iB the first and last thing a stranger'.ihears iof.U<.M:AtfaHmeeting the 'other night,'' remarked 'the" citizen, " Dr .iltfnyet',''sbidi1'tliere,,,Wa8,j"^oJ;,^imat6 in the jV^Qpid'' superior'f to, All,'* exclaimed the stranger,v".whai!fl'wyour death rate?" And the other rdplied/Death rite-why, bjess i ybu. j'n^bVdy' di'es'jihore. It is tiofig'lit'UbaioroD'e time 'oia 'ag^ killed a few people, bnt even that, or a broad axe ^wqula not; now haye.aay effect."? ^stranger.-without d'smilo on' his face, replied^. "well, that's satisfactory, but with...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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" Mild " Law. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

" Mild " Law. : ! On Saturday last au application .was made to Judge Higiubotbam, in chambers,1 Mel bourne, by' Mr. Willinms, '(for ftfbssrs. Gillott and Snowden, solicitors), for J. S. Henderson, now in gaol, for conspiracy and forgery" in- connection with'' the steamer Ferrut,' to have a portion' of the money seized by detectives, refunded ior the pur pose of conducting his deforce.; ,An affidavit, made by tbe prisoner was rund / salting out tbat he was 'at present without ineiins of, conducting that defence,, and that himself and wife 'needed it for the purpose of 'fubf, sistenoe, be being maintained independently of gaol regulations. Mr. Williams cited a number of English canes in which monoy found in the possession of prisoners had beon'refundad by-order of the coiii t, for the purpose, of .defence,. and. contended that as ih'ere was no proof that tho money in; ques tion was in aoy way conneoted with th'o affair of the Ferrett, it. should bo all given baolc.' f The money oonais...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Timely Interference. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Timely Interference. ; A great sensation was causedi in tbe Catholic Cathedral): On Sunday! during the celebration , of High Mass. The Rev. D. T. Walsh officiated as Master of Cere monies, aud beingi? vested in the robes appropriate to his office, he at onel part, of° the Mass was stationed in rather close proxi mity to a lightbd taper. The consequence was that his surplice caught fire at the baok, and no,sooner*were the flames seen to take hold tban^there was considerable alarm pressed by several members of the! corigre". ? gatioii lest any barm might result from the accident; A gentlemen who was near'the rail, at onoo rushed to the; sanctuary and caught the vestment, which be at pneo ex tinguished ; and until tben Fatbe^ Walsh did! hot , know that he was threatened with any danger. He at once proceeded to the Sacristy, and having got rid of bis burned surpliiio, put on'another, and resumed his duties.' i ? --f- ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

. r \ ; /.; r- * f a f i.'; / Ki iSudtfen Defttii. An infant child, son of Mr, J amiss Ken nedy, of Goldsmith-street, has died very suddenly. The parent of deceased (informs us that on Saturday night the ohild's ap pearanoe Was such as to cause no fear for alarm as to its safety, being apparently as free from dangerous symptoms as < at' any other time. , However, on iwaking; up' .on Sunday morning, they found the poor little ' fellow was dead. It is supposed he passed away, in the course of the night whilst in one of those convulsive fits to whiob he was aubjact. This rather sudden death was not. wholly unexpected,, for the father tells us that I Dr. Oarroil had' expressed it, as his opinion that in the event of such being the ; case, there would be no great oausefor; surprise., . . . j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

YASS. SATUIIDAY EVENING. At tlio police court to-day, before. Mr. Yatea, Anthony Atkinson, brought up for vagrancy was discharged.-George Rudkin, charged with being of unsound mind, was sent to gaol for 14 dnys, with the, view of having him i forwarded to an asylum. An-, drbw Tur'nbuli) for being drunb^ was fiDod IP/, or seven days' imprisonment. , .There was ho quorum at .the municipal council's meeting on Friday. , . This afternoon constable Ooghlan,.u0f Pudtimn, brought iwo men named John Hines and Heury Spademan into the Yaas lockup. They have been arrosted on a charge .of horse-stealing,' and will be brought before the court on Monday. .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Quick Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Quick Travelling. { ^resstD^ .irio)^eAJl;tbf£^^(^M^rib|aaiD7ah to. attend Mrs;1 Stephen White,^who Iras report-' ed'seriously ill. Dr. Ogg, accompanied by; Mr. White, left Gundagai at 10 o'ejlook, and arrived at Merribindinyah at half-paat ill,', hayipg accomplished the journey of twenty /six miles, ovtr'ja,rough hilly country, in an hour and a half!1 At the same time that the messenger was despatched to Gundagai; for Dr. Ogg, one was also sent tOithe.-Ba-, thungra railway station, seven miles distant^', to telegraph to Oootumundra for Dri Opdthbe.'1 .Notff(ith8ta"nding,.tho greaterdista d|d^ >'.h' e ? had' ;.to Jtrayel, and tEeffa^t; thaj^lie messenger had tu comft'on the whole way to Gundagai for him, there being no telegraph communi cation. Dr. Ogg arrived at the bedside of the patient just ton minutes before Dr. Coombe, who wa9, as we have said, sum moned v,by Jelegraph from Betliujigra.-T: and A..)Times, " | In.." \

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MELBOURNE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

MELBOURNE; ! .SATURDAY. A cave lias been' discovered rioar Ararat witli, a living occu pant, who, is a man of about 30 years.1' He states that ho has been living' there eonio months, but refuses further information. There is nothing in the cave suggesting that its ocoupant was a robber.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Ministerial Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

Ministerial Troubles. The Sydney correspondent of the 'Dub bo Dii»p*tch writes :-The publication of the list of now magistrates is tlia latest event which has oreated auything like mild excite 'ment in Sydney. There is a good deal , of wailing and gnashing of teeth, 'aud throats against this Minister end that are heard at every street corner, and in every. plnjce whore those who move about in politiual world are to be fouud." " You' aee," '6ayd one, ?" there's a brother or a cousin of every mem ber of Purlirmont on the list," and then it is argued that loading the roll this way left no room for bettor men. I havo heard that a supplementary roll is iu oourse of Ipreparn, ition/ and that many of those who expected : to be; on- the, one. already- published will find'themselves'on it." Sir Jamas Martin, onoe wrecked a Ministry.by striking off a lot of;> flames. Sir Henry Parkes stands a chance of interfering with his Guyernmept by not putting- them on. So that,j«fter all£ Mihi&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

A, BUSHMAN, . TAILOR AND OUTFITTER (Nearly opposite the Royal Hotel), ' _ Auburn-street, Goulburn. First-class workmanship. Charges' strictly mode. ' rate. City Clothing Hall. L. MANJDELSHON TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, Auburn-street, Goulburu. , ! , N. ESTABLISHED 1SG5, THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND SADDLER. THAT'S tbe sign to look for when you come to , Goulburn forSADDLKSand HARNESS; and ' when you find it tell everybody wbero it is ; talk nbout it; ding it in their ears ; make a regular song of it,iBO that tboy can't forgot it. Toll tliem to - REMEMBER . REMEMBER REMEMBER O-OT You cm avert Disease and Dcatb amongBt your Horses, Sheep, and Cattle it you will Remember Kenney the Saddler,. oouLBURN, For lie, is Agent tou .MB. Fottib'S CELEUUATED HOUSE, CATTLE, and SHEEP MEDICINES. JES M 2K OFFICES TO LET. -^3?DPEEISrTXCES T-A-IOEIN". Kenney the Saddler, Goulburn. LEOPOLD WBISSBEMEB $y ROYAL AUTHORITY MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, And*v o Wj-ighml Tobacconist in Goulburn I& TfiANKEUL to ...

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LONDON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 20 June 1881

LONDON. ': PlilDAY. 'Mr. Tbsiah Mason, tbe Well-known total nbstinenoo advocate, is dead. 1 " 1 A. Nihilisticplot of a comprehensive character involving a goneral rising* to dfei' 8troy h'ridgos and other public property >hasj been discovered, at St. Petersburg. ; -Earl Granville;' Secretary of State for Foreign Affaira, has addressed > letter to the Government of ; the; United ,States drawing attention to the prevalence of, Fenianism ,in-New York And protesting against the attitude and throats of the Irish in America. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

City Clothing Hall. . L, MANLELSHON' TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, Auburn-street, Goulburn. ESTABLISHED 1865. . THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND KENNEY SADDLER. THAT'S the sign to look for.when you come to Goulburn for SADDLES and HARNESS; and when you find it toll evorybody where it is ; talk about it; ding it in their ears ; moke a regular song of it, so that tlioy can't forgot it. Tell them to REMEMBER REMEMBER REMEMBER KENNEY THE SADDLER, 'aOTTLBTTKvItT. You can avert Diseaso and Death Amongst your Horses, Sheep, and Cattle if you will Remember Kenney the Saddler, GOULBURN, For ho is AGENT *OB MR. POTTIE'S Celebbated HOUSE, CATTLE, and SHEEP MEDICINES. Remember OFFICES TO LET. |-< ^PIPBENOCICES TAKEN. 11 Kenney.the Saddler, Goulburn. LEOPOLD WEISSBEJRG-EB ny ROYAL 3P§§® AUTHORITY MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, And *? o Wriginul Tobacconist in Goulburn Ifj THANKFUL to tho Public for the lust five j-sar's Patronage. L. \V. is continually keeping tho Best Imported Qualities of American Pr...

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VALERIE AYLMER. BY THE AUTHOR OF MORTOK HOUSE. BOOK V. CHAPTER V.—THE HERO 0F SADOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

VALERIE AYLMER. Br TUB AUTHOR op MOBTOK Hoobb, BOOK V. ' CHATTER V.-THIS IIEKO 01' 8AD0TPA, THERE was one person at least to wliom Valerie's decision proved far from agree able ; one member at least of tlie cb/iteau party who wished its new inmate at-well, at Vienna! On the very first day of his arrival, Houtaine developed a marked admiration for Alix--an admiration which sensibly in creased with- overy succeeding hour of liia stay, and which caused Eugene's friendly regard and friendly cordialiiy to diminish in exact ratio. For, alas! the irruption into Arcadia was come, the golden hour was over, the magic oharm was vanished, and the rough world, where every m«n takes what ho can get, burst in upon the fair idyl which had a little while back seemed flowing so Bmoothly to a peaooful close. Now all was changed. Changed how much, or how little, no one could tell ; but even Eugene's bold heart misgave him somewhat. Ho would not have feared ordinary rivalry at all; he had not cared in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

A ! ? Wanted . ??? GOOD, PLAIN OOOK. Apply to MitSi' S. EMANUEL, Lansdowno. ' ' ''' liost, 'il' AN KNVBLOPH containing CHEQUE and MONKV,: addressed; J. iP. .FINLaY. Pay. in out stopped. Howard on bringing snmo to Argus Oftico. i ... v ' : : 1 To Siet, W<~j} rjnwo COTTAGES in UNION-ST. JL North Qotillmrn (together or scpii fj»|i5>ra rate), suitable'for Public.house or Board psSicSlilgaLiiiff.lioiiBe.. Apply . i THOMAS MORAN, ' , ' ' ' ? '-Auburn-street.-", ? A , HOUSE and GROUNDS at Ifiold.; also, n CQTTAG.B, noiir Mr. Finlay'n ; and ' wanted to'piii'bliasbT LARGE GIN BOTTLES ; also, PINT BOTTLES., ; ' JOHN O'BRIEN. Imperial Hotel. W»tice. A , FUBLt® MEETING wH!.be liold at WHEEti :; poST> OFFICE' on;. SATURDAY, 25tli instant'; at ,2. p.ni., to take .into consideration) the benefit derived from1 and,the-beat rvutti'fof the pi'd posed TRAMWAY from Crook well t'o'Brreadalbano) 'r'-^ i/'" . THOS. GLENNAN.'\ ANY ONE GIVING INFORMATION.1,,','o'f RI.QHARD. SISK. J-18 : yea...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then: and what's the news!'— King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Urlef, than; and wliat'» ilio na*t!"-Klnj John. At Wngga, on luet Thursday, 2231 acres were Boleoted. , j A meat-freezing company is about to bo formed n't Wngga. Tbsre is cofo of leprosy said to exist amongst the Cluueso at Delegate, in the Mciuaio district. ' The overland passengers nre examined by tbo New South Wales and Victorian medical officers. Instructions have been given for one hundred of the metropolitan constables to be vaccinated. Bryant^ who escaped from tbo Coomo gaol, was brought before the bench last week, and committed, for trial. The police have made every endeavour to ascertain in what premises Won Ping lodged before he was removed to Waterloo, but without success. Dp. Alleyne reports that Mrs. Jane Guild ford is progressing favourably,' and that there.wns no probability of the Chinaman, Won Ping, recovering. A yellow flag has been erected on all the infected houses, to the streetdoors of which boards have been attached painted with the words-" S...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

.WJ3ETCI/y CAI/iSTSTIXAJ?.. I Dny of Week, Day of" Month, SONDAV ,,,, Monday ,, Tuosday ,,,, Wednesday,, Thursday,,,, Friday Saturday.,,, Juno 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Bun riles, li. in. 7 6 7 6 7 6 7 6 7 6 7 7 7 7 4 58 4 57 4 57 4 67 4 57 4 67 4 68 MOON'S Phabb. New Moon, 27tb Juoe, 12.8 a.m.

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LATEST BY CABLE. (FROM THE SYDNEY HERALD.) THE IRISH LAND BILL LONDON, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

' . tii :. '!'V ? ' t'.» 11 THE HlIS^AND;BILTj;'"' ?'<- U~,V*v>-.v ..Lo^DW^'june^if/ THE debateiin'committee'o'u tbeilrish Land Bill continues,,' and^at. tp-dny'8(. eitiing; the biwB&l,ola!68e^tit' tiiG£bili'"vvas: passed."" ' Ttio objeot^o£j^U8|daiiaei:ie>i to;. provide ?for the acoeptanoe, by(f:a ^landlord^.of^aff tenant to vpHo'm *as'tenauojr is^beijuea^ a tenancy {alls' to mors "than ondtperson, for tbe Bftle^afJthe, ten.aDoyHwithin:tfaelv.O;riontb8 aftertUodeathof-theteslator.- TheolauBO also enaotS),that'jib Oases iwberej-the't'enant dioa intestate, the tenancy shall pass to the landlord. Vr J(lT ^ ; .;trl.n >:'t'V<u6o'yA--Jhii»V/, fiiiT, LONDON; j'tine;l8.-<'ji({ x'lThe Qoverhiiidrit'cbntidues to^maintain<& fi^ni^,a^d^'det^rffiibeld>a,ttit*udtbI.(:>.in /b'oO'neqtion' wifH'tfad' agination1!of' "the1 Laind" L0agi(q',:|'{n th.ojrepresBipn;of',disturbance8 whiuh. ot lato have so frequentlyldcfiutrodi at en...

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