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Latest Telegraphic News. The tariff Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

Latest Telegraphic Newsj ♦ ? (Frtoii ODit ConnRsroNDi-Nis.) Tlio 'tariff Ciomraisslon. ' SvnNEir, Friday. — Tho Tariff Commie-i Bioh has completed taking ovidonco, and its roport will bo presented this sosaion;

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Carelessly Performed Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

A Carelessly Performed Operation. Sydnky, Friday.— During on operation: ' performed by two doctors on a woman id Perth (W.A.), a email pair of aurgical forcops, flvo inches ia length, wai found in tho abdomen, having boon aocidontally loffc thoro BOrdo yeara ago during an dparation. Thoy had ponotratod tho in tostinofj, whon thfl dhicovory was mado, tho woman boing treated for a tumor;

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Microbes! [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

Filicroljc^ ! Sydney, Friday. — Tho Fodoral Gbvorrl mont lias prohibited the importation of rabbit microbes by Dr. DanByz, but Will allow tho oxpdrirdonts to bo mado nndor an ofBcor appointed by thom. Dr. Tids woll baa boon appointed to1 taka full control.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Cablegrams. The War in Natal. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

Latest v(BabiegFamsa:v.'',: . ,. . ? Tlio War id Natal.;:'- .W^v^'fv London, Wednesday;— The Idaddr ox ? i tho Zulu rebels la doctoring sovon regi ments f or war purpdses. : The rdaorvea ,,. at Molmoutli have boon called but.- : Thd ' ,L inhabitants at Eshowd are building' laagei?s. . ' ' ;-? ':'? ' ??'?',??' ';'??'?,'?? '.???.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Opening of the Federal Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

O'pcnihg of tho Federal Fnrliameriij Syd.vkj-, Friduy.— Tho Fodoral Parlia ment was oponod yeatorday by tho Gov- - ornor-Gonfirai, who in his speech stated that Parliament y-ill ba adked to givd considaration to tho control of Norfolk Island. A bill will bo introduced deal ing with proforoutial trada with N,Z; and South Africa. Tlio qpnointnient of a fourth High Court Judgd la foro ohadowod. A proposal to dotormino tho Capital Site will bo oubraittod. Othor moasuroa will include an Industrial Dooirco Bill, nigh Commissioner BUIj Oceupation Dill, and Anti-Trust Bill. ? Aftor formal buoincoa had boon dealt with yostorday tho Sunato adjourned un til noxt Mfodnoqdny, nud tho Houso od Ropreoontativda until to-day; Tho Labor Party is oxtromoly datiefied with tbo outlook, ao tho opoooh coutaina practically ovorything thoy could reason ably nok for at tho present juncture: Tho Anti-Trust Bill was road tho first time. :-. ? ' ?? ? ? /

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MORRISON—DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

MORRISON— DAVIS. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Presbyterian Church on Monday afternoon, 4th inst., the contracting parties being Miss Katie Morrison, eldest daughter of Mr Alex. Morrison, of Quinburra, and Mr. Herbert Davis. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. A. Morrison, junr., was tastefully attired a white silk costume,   bodice mode with lace yoke and bertha, skirt finished with flounces edged with lace, white empire belt. She wore a handsome wreath and veil, and carried a bouquet of white flowers. The bride was attended by one bridesmaid, her sister, Miss Nellie Morrison, who wore a white silk costume, re lieved with pale blue white hat, trimmed with flowers and ribbon; Mr. William Morrison acted as best man. The Rev. J. H. G. Auld officiated. The happy couple left the church amidst showers of rice. The wedding presents were useful and numerous. Later in the afternoon the happy couple left for Bibbenluke, en route to Narrandera, thence to Wy...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labor Schooner Wrecked. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

Labor Schooner Wrecked.   Sydney, Friday. The Labor schooner, Ivanhoe, has been wrecked on the Solo- man Islands. 150 Kanakas were on board, who became panic stricken when the vessel struck, and got ashore as best they could, all being saved.

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Wedding Bells. RANKIN—STOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 8 June 1906

Wedding Bells. RANKIN-STOKES. The marriage of Miss Mary Rankin, eldest daughter of Mr. Fred. Rankin, of Kooka burra Tombong, with Mr. W. Stokes, of Tombong, took place on Monday morning, at the residence of the bride's parents. The bride, who looked very nice, was tastefully attired in a costume of grey Amazon cloth, trimmed with white satin and medallions, white felt hat, and carried a handsome bouquet, presented by her cousin, Miss K. Campbell. The bridesmaid, Mis3 Annie Rankin, wore a very nice costume of wedge wood blue cloth, trimmed with cream applique, and hat to match. Tlie groom was attended by Mr. A. Campbell. After the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., breakfast was served at Kookaburra, and the many and useful presents duly admired.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Absconder Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

An Abscondcr Arrested.' BYDNny, Friday. — Samuol Williams', formorly accountant in tho Homo Affairs OfQco, Melbourne, who is ahogod to hava abacoudod in Sobtember last with monoys totalling ovor £1200, baa boon orrostod at Wogga. It is understood that aa cueod haa lived at Nowcastlo and Janoo sinco hia disappearanco.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Crick and Bath. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Crick and Batli. Sydney, Friday. — Tho lioaring ot tho ' ohargo of alleged conspiracy against- .-. Crick nnd Bath has boon podtponod till' Tuesday, to onabln Crick to apply to tho Judga-in-Chambora for un adjoummont, ponding Willis' return.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegraphic News. Shooting With Intent. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Latest Telegraphic News. . ? . ? ? ? ? — .? ... ... ? (Fnok oan CoruiR8i-osDHNis.) ..' . Sliootlns: With Intent. ' Sydney, Friday! — Nicolas Bavon has' beon acquittod at tho Criminal Court on a ohorgo of shooting at his son-in-law with '.; ; intent. Tho jury found acousod aotodin oolf-dofonoo, ?????.? .

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Are You a Nnisance? You disturb everybody in the houao. Why not atop coughing ? You make a terriblo noiao. As for sleeping, no one can got a bit of rest. If you do not aaro for youroolf, then for the sake of others tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. You will mako everybody happy, and that iuoludoo yourself, for tho first thing you. know you will not havo any cough. For oalo by E. Booth, Delegate. Mn. AT. BAKTtET xecontly fraotured ono o£ hie ribs as the result of a fall, in con eog.uence ho was unablo to appear at Bega aa a witness at tho SoeaionB, in tho caso against Button and Cuah, who were therefore remanded. Mr. Bnrtluy htu al most raoavared from the acoideat. .-..?' For Chronio Chest Complaints, . . , . \, , ?Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. _ la Od, ? SENiOB-CoNSTABKrSxuTCHBimY has juot : returned from Melbourne, having beeu a witness in tho case against Professor Montgomery aooneed of horse stealing. Cohls tliat hang on .' So frequently oettlo on tho lun(ja, ond result in pnoumon...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Coronial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

'~1: Coronial Inquiry.. '^'licaqulry ' into the circumstances sur joling the dentk of Ethel Richardson was belied to-day, before Mr. C. Murphy, Cf '? tSclioIit, recalled, slated that he had nong to add to his' evidence as already cft, but he would like to make a statement Me interests of the public and himself, mould like it to be known that any statc tnt made to him by a patient, he treated it ? imltet of secrecy, and unless with the nnlssion of the person concerned he could ii'divulge ouch confessions, which he re tried as sacred. 'is Worship caidthat in the interests of lice it was a witness' duty, in a criminal %, to give all the information he knew of. V the l'olice : As far no I can remember it v on the 2nd of April that I came to the cclusion that a criminal oflbnee had been Emitted on the girl Ethel Richardson. t not cive information to thepolice. I re 1-0. to speak until I had the permission of f father. Thepolice did not use persua a I spoke to the fattier and urged him to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Prlntoil nnd publiohod by C. M. Bobtow, at tho Anano I'rintinc Oiiloo, Uombals-otreet DolcBoto, in tho State of Now South Wales. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

~ . . a' ©rand . . ' i Plain and Fancy Dress ^ Ic aid of tho B C tEESETlEEY. EOJJ BALA, will bo hold in School of Art.), on FEBBD/iV, JQJLV GtCa. DOUBLE TICKETS ? 7/0. SINGLE „ . 'I- C EXTRA LADY . -7' STAGE TICKETS, 2/0 (including tffrcih iucnt= ) I': C53' mtidUKZ.lGn'd'. W. O'CONNELL, ? Socrct-iry. Get Your Malf Cat —AT THE— . ' A Gontral Mrilitii Satan, ' -Oppo'ilto V.'ltton'i Store.) (Lito o! £--di.o-) I (piia a foir.p.itron i'c A Trial Solicited for iv I'lr-i-cla-i niur-Cut and Shr\o TVOEIC GOAlAVrEEIl EqUM. TO TUB BrM Shop hi Kiditot. DANDETUT AND SHAMPOO WASHES MADE UP AND GtJAEAKTEED. Eazora and Sci -ou 6birru-cJ (r. Speciality) SA3I HEWITT, HiunJrcixr Fashion. Fit. Finish. MERCHANT TAILORS, 107-0j Oxford-Street, Sydney. Wo liftvo nado opooial iinporliliono of EannocUlmrn and Blarney Tweeds, West of Busland Serccs and Wosted', for our WINTER 'TOADE. Onr Traveller, MR PEITCHAED, VISITS DELESATE QTjAETEELT. Duo daU.3 -pill bo advertised/ Orders by Post will also recoivo our bo...

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What is the American Football Game? AND WHY IS IT DANGEROUS? [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

: wiiajt' is the American Foot ^'^^Jwalt'Ganio ?? ?????? : .: '? .; '? ?;?' : AitocwHt js it. danqerp.us p litE teoma blay olovon tnon nsido, placod ? . aaiollowB!— FnllbaoU;' right half and loft half; quartor; ond, right tnoUlo, right guard, contro rush, loft-guard, loft tackle, and ond ; tho lattor correspond with our forwards. Tho oontro-ruah and two Gnardo aro ao mnssivo and atrongao can bo ..obtained; tho loft; and right Taoklo9 -must combine- weight with nnttvitv t tho Tnokloti. leoa woicht and moro notiviiy ; whilot tho Enda aro . tho ..'. apcody mon pure and eiraplo. ThoFull baok wantBwoight and ondaranco, whilst tho Half-baclia niay. disponso with oomo . ?woight,- but muBt malio up in opEod. Tho Quaf tor-baok is tho ' brain of tho toara. Ho docidea tho oorina of playn, tho 6uc cesaivo plano.of attack auddofonoo, ond nlKiuto hia ordera with no ohadow of hesitancy. A chalk lino ia drawn across tho flold ovory fivo yarda — honco tho term gridiron — and play boginB from tho cen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

33snm'dl all gf-s--o-dl amid sidles e^esry ? ©wh® esiE'iHi©© ' oms3 wellS i $£m®,%-&.irhte-3. : ^oncX-for Iiorae2co:no JIEuCi^oftocj Cain Coot Croo. . Old CJnhoo Salloia la onchan^o. r~ ? ? 1 C3 Qydnoy and ^ ? PALEMG'S. i — . ? ir- i i — ii { loisSy Cho V '/? / DooS v-___L_--'/ MaKoOj KCa3£nn £i Araoricnn, Tibio pricoo of SEioso popular Sssots'uiaosito ara C7 Froo Ca£alo£jiia3 C 33O Goor^o St. 71 Sydney ( ACS ¥©fj HJ8BMJ-=s£^£ ? , '' ' CONOIXY'S. . 'PHEHLEiS- FLUSH! If not, you aro not 'using TfiSE VEKY BEST. Dotft forget you can always obtain 'Peerless' from JK. GOODMAN & CO., EuBhman's Eriond Stores, Delegate. I _ A\ Git' (John YountJ'o CracoonS: U rt ' /w/ SVDMEV |i jl /)&% ' (Rear of St. Mary's Cathedral.) )) {{' \yj-, a 'Sj Situated within ono mlnuto'o !( // /'N^-j^i walk of tramo, and flvo mlnutea fj }! „ ) ', '^-'^'Ax of Q.P.O., Government offlcoo, (( \\ , rJ X-r lir' «ft Thoatroo. and nil tho PWnolpa! )) \s (\J _ 'u si Business Placet), oto. )) (I f '...

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Sporting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Sporting Items. - ? Tub Bibbonlako Football Club ua-vd iutimatcd to tho local club thoir inten tion to visit Dolognto on tho 7th July, o o Ai tho Tumut A, Picnio IUcos, a horso named Oorra Lynn ran nocond and third in two ovonto. u u BAnM1?, tho chrmpiou criofcotsr of Orsugo, hun ncorod over . 1100 mns thia Qoaf-oi]f and hno a bowling . avorftgd (for 00 wicketa) ot i ruoe each. V rooTBAr.L muioh lno boon nrranged belr/soa tho locil tojrn and Craigio,-to ttl-o pl.ico on tbo fjioiiod ol tha firsts, named on tbo 23rd iunt. T. IlArvrAnD, tho troll-known Surrey cickoier, in playing remarkably well in l^ngbml thia noaaon, having scored four connccutivo conturios in flrot-claoa criokot.' o. ?, o A ftluilcSril liomcdj', IJr. Sholdon'o Now DiocoTor^ . foif C'ougbe, C'oldo, end Conoamption gota to tbo root of tbo troublo and eftucta a porrannont ouro. For ealo by M. Good' rann £; Co., Dologato. Tjik Criclcot crioio drags ito waary wny nlong. Triimpur, Cotter, and Hopkimi haro boon oimpondod b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

.?'?? '?..:??:'.'?) .,...No;]fflbnseli'oidl . , ' .:.'...',i;'., : Should ever, bs .-without a'. bottle of Dt ? Sheldon's Magnetio Linimont j' a loliatlo romedy foroq^Bi bruiaoa, ,aohOB; . pninB, rbontnatiom, lumbngo/flto,: For Bale by M..Qoodmim & Co., Dolegato. ??? .;?;. '': \\

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JUNE.—30 Days. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

JtnSTB.--.30 Davs. 1 . PHASES OF THE MOON. . Fall Moon ? 7th at '7.12 a.m. Last Quarter.... ? 14th at 5.34 cm. Now Mood ? 22th at 9.0 a.m. First Quarter. ? 30th ot 12.10 a.m. ?g ? ?? g m g -2 A ... 3 I a * - ~ DayofWook d g g 8 & -g « ,j| !§ o ii ii n ii p.m. a.m. 1 Friday 0 61 4 55 1 20 — 2 Saturday 0 51 4 55 1 C8 13 60 ' 8 SUNDAY 0 61 4 66 2 37 1 65 4 Monday 0 62 4 64 3 18 3 1 6 Tuesday 0 63 4 64 4 2 4 0 6 Wednesday 0 63 4 64 4 51 5 18 7 Thursday 0 54 4 54 6 45 0 28 8 Friday 0 54 4 C3 0 44 7 35 0 Saturday 0 55 4 63 7 40 8 38 10 SUNDAY - 0 66 4 63 8 40 9 34 11 Monday 0 EB 4 53 0 EO 10 £3 12 Tuosday 0 50 4 63 10 50 11 0 13 Wednesday 0 60 4 53 11 47 11 46 14 Thursday 0 50 4 53 A.M. p.m. lS.Fridoy 0 57 4 63 12 43 12 48 lfl'Saturday 0 57 4 63 1 37 1 23 17 SUNDAY 0 58 4 6.1 2 32 155 18 Monday 0 68 4 63 3 20 2 28 10 Tuesday 0 50 4 63 4 10 3 2 20 WodnoEday 0 50 4 63 5 14 3 30 21 Thursday 7 0 4 54 0 C 4 20 22 Friday 7 0 4 54 7 0 o 6 23 Saturday 7 0 4 54 7 50 5 64 24 SUNDAY 7 0 4 61...

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