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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, every lovely since the world began, The [?] of tyrants and the friends of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JUNE 21. FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

I^TJBXiISJIEP E7EBY MOIKKlXKrQ Trutli, ever lovely ulnoe the world begun, . Tlio foo of tyrants and the friend of men.-Campbell*; GOULBURN: TUEBDAY, JUNE 21. " FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS. , The determination of the farmers to,remedy their condition is now assuming a more sig nificant aspoot than it ever boro before, They begin to, fool that " Who would be free themselves must strike tho blow," Not in deed that we wish to convey the impression that their lot is one akin to slavery. The farmers have had their share.of hardships to go through no one will' deny, but withal, if wo compare their position in this country with that elsewhere, we will find how far superior is their lot to the abject and oppressed state in which those pursuing a like avocation in the old nations of' Europe are placed in. This, however, is not tho point to be considered. We must not'recon cile ourselves'to the way in which things are managed here by reflecting on'the advan tages we possess over those who happen to ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. MONDAT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

OUR SPECtAL TELEGRAMS. |FJ10M OUEVILLE'S TKLEOHAM 00. AND OUH OTnKtt.C OORBEBPONDENTsi] .. '?> " ' '' SYDNEY. . MondavjNXGHT.. No fresh outbreak of small-pox lias been . .reported to-day; ' ^ Telegraphic communication has been e^itablislied between the quarantine station and Sydney. . ; 'The premises' of'Sun Kutn Tiy and Co.; Chinese merchants, adjoining., those of On Chong,"were placed in quarantine this afternoon.1 No. case of small-pox appears in., the place j: but its. proximity to tho infected house ' made the course advisable.. The J?ull Court will to-morrow deliver judgment in the appeal ag^nst the Com missioner of Insolyerioyj ^hioh , raised the quostion as to wliethor Dibbs's twelve months' imprisonment operated as discharge to his debt. The arguments in the case were concluded to day. - The Marine Board has postponed its de cision in. the case against Captain Bache until Thursday, in order to give' tho captain time to produce witnesses with reference to how tho Queen of...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A Strange Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, ' A Strange Occurrence. The case of »\youi)g lad, SOD-of Mr, Richard Sislr, Ki 1 b u r n Dairy, oil the Spring field Estate," is-somewhat aiugular. On the 10th ioetant tliq^bbylleftjiis home, and hair not since been beard of, Enquiries have" boon made on aU eides/tiat to oo purpose { and on Suudby the ifather of the youth went i about fifteen miles out on the Gurrnwang road without getting any tidings of the boy, and though bo called at every house lie met, yet no person could give him any information, Tho lad was only 13 yearB of age, ond the parents cannot account for his sudden de parture iu any way as they bad never treated him harshly, and besides he always jappeared quiet. On the day on which be cleared out, an old man who had been shep herding near the boy's home wasalsplbb served to have gone away, so ....that'" it ,is supposed they both went at the same time. 'Naturally the childjs .paronts are in a,groat way over the affair, !and ia an advertisement...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPNDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

. (Jhllunid.miltl MR (PROM OUB COU«E8PONPBNT/)U! JELVAAF! '"f "-PniMB-MirrroN.--In, my mention of Mr. Duliigg'si mutton last, week my figures should. havo^beenTaveraRa ^eigKtyTpofr~ndar^-n6Y,one , h»VdVnd' fiIt/pound's. IThh Raxw. -Looltingjout from' any. otahe . iwindb.vfar.the vaifeys/andCdiaHntWillsf agem olothed with green as with a mantle, but, :tKo"town itself "is "lite ?&'?" slough of de-1. .epond,," barring. tlie'»*dospobd. Too much:] Iwhieky . i8<poMtodldo,w.filtoilet the ' heart or/ brajn sink into despondency, but' reallythe/j ;VBryjduoks anfa|.g6je{ie.. lJog{jtajJthe!*inud:. Ill they.attempt toTroacuju VQcant .pllolinon^^io/ th'eirineighbourlioodffoi' tlia inviting hefrb'ag&j growing thereon. if t y , i\' if STOOIC Maiike®v-Nothingdhnngmg hanM wortk-reportingr/'No: buyers here ? for stor< oattle until s August, and, though^ !? haTjS] bVveral^fidb): 1 otalU>of>s wea^eVflW(WerinOBM»® |(ta'rinfl , _ difficulty in making my valuati...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Insolvency, , A!;8ingl^;m0etirigj ;ia .the insolvent Restate - of, Ellen McDerra was-held in. the* court ' house, Goulburri, on Monday, before Mr. H. H. YOSB. Mr. Davidson appeared for insolvent, insolvent deposed : , X jdo ( not: ? wish to amend my schedule ; i hove been a widow for some time ; I have six ohildren ; I attribute myinsbjyency to' pressure'of my creditors; at the.'time' I filed.'iriy' schedule, my principal creditor had levied on my property ; the bailiff was in possession ; I have sous labouring j and 'I; MHist^in'mj; own support by sewing. No dabt's were proyeJ, and no direoiions given. The meet iug then closed. f \

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). COURT PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

r j 7 ? i_ ; (? (FROM our Oon^BsroNDHNT), r-. OOU^T 0,IT PETTY SESSIONS. ON Saturday, Jufr^ 18 thf>> Before Mr. Yates, P.M., Anthony Atkinson was charged with 'liaving no lawful visible means of support Constable Cox,, stated that Jie,found him. at. the'eldge offthe/' Yass plains,* oh Ithe 16th instant," wanaoVing aboutwhen h'o^fnund bim,hoihadino<-money, or,-any thing else on "him. Senior-constable-Murphy stated the man had been drinking in Yuss to Excess ; J lie was,ror?hadlb'e =ny in the employ of Mr. McKinnon?, h't'Woolgarlo, and up to the time of thiB'ibffanbejf nothing was known against : hirn^by tl^ police,,. fIJpon the _mau. stfttjng .heicbuld'^pt euij49y,itfoD^6o^{£vom|gn^i(o£ to offend again, he was dischargedI **" >:f Andrew Turn bull was chliFgodSwith^bejng drunk in Cooma-fjtreo(,jon; Friday, the 17th. instant. Lance Oorpornl -Na^hton, state^ ,tiio']man 'had, /only.been r.epVnt 1 yt disbliar|dd irbtn gaol, after servirigVaontence of eight days.for^agr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The American Serenaders [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

The American Serenailers And the World's Grand Presentation Fes tival will make their first appearance to a Goulburn audience on Wednesday evening next, June 22nd, at the Mechanics'InVtitu te. This oompany have reoeived flattering opinions from both press and'^ ever they have appeared, tor giving first class .entertainments, and also for their liberality, in their distribution 'of Valuable , and useful presents to the audience nightly. ' In conneoliori 'vvith' the above comjpany; Mr.' Henri Davies, the American pianist, will also make his first bow a Goulburn audi: ence, Tbis gentldnian'does'Both' startling'' and pleasing selections on the piano. Mr. Davies is the, only .person living who per- . forms grand selections witbhiBnose^elbows, arid toesy and i with'brushesi on the;.piario. He also plays beautiful selections with liis back to the pinno, and his hands behind him; after whioh, tho piano wiU",b0Hcover&d'withva' blanket, and he will play grand selections through tho bl...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, [?] 20. BEfore Messrs. H.H. Voss and J. G. KING. PO[?]ANE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

GOULBURNJOgCE COURT^ ' - .on . Bofore Messrs. H. II. YOBS -ATID J; U-I OXNIGL PLT'OL-ANE LANGUAGE. Robert Johnson with.au nlinswas charged with having made use of prufano Language; he wns^'lsp. oharged, with riotous cpuduotf,! .; Ple^gjiiUy. ' . Coa8tat?lo"OoohYa'd6"ddpdd6l3" to "having arreste'd^the > prisoner- -in * Auburn-street 'on' Saturday night; ho called -himself JlMr.,.. ; Johnson," ; would not give nnyt sulisfactory ; made use of profane langtiage. .* * f* " " I For the rioIous~behaviour prisoner was j sentenced tto!r.3.day8' imprisonment:; he .was , discharged tin'ithe'other complaint. , , | illegally' usi^g a''h6ESEI > / I I ^^^rt,;/rhoiSiBotf'ua^a. Walter.' Thomson: | 'were')qliar'gediwitli using aj.norsd' the . pro- j ) perty bfiRobert Thomson,'senior,,,, J.,,,,' j Prls6riers(wbre small boys,:iandl had beenj { proceeded against by the1 father" of'one1 of i them as a caution only, and .Thomson, eenr., . having explained the matter in that way to t^*lTd'n^hV^tK^.fl...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBUBN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

MASS WILL J)F, CELEBRATED AT . GOULBUBN DI8TB10T, Juno29-PesBt of Saints Peter,and rant. Holi day of Obligation,'- Gurrundab.' ' " 26-Turalga, Marulan, Boro. July 3-Grabbcn Gullon, Spring Valloy, Bread albane, i, 10-Taralgs, LagRsn, Mummel)r Confirmation at Sis, I'etor and Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn, Sunday, 31st July. YAS8 MISSION. Guadaroo, Sunday,-June 26 Eiualong, Sunday, July 8 Gunning, Sunday, July 10,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

>v ») BI LEX BROTHERS' Boys' Suits 4s. lid. . .4s. lid. 4s. lid. Boys'Trousers .. .. 3s. 6d. V,; ','., \ 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS, 4s. lid. It I li G V KROTIIEKIS HAVE THE Largest and Cheapest Stock OE ,1^-i ROTS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS °raiOVEKCOAT3 AltE OWAl,T,KD FOE 0VEE owICOATS Quality, Material, and Style. OVERCOATS . Fifteen Cases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various . ' ,J ,OVERCOATS Qualities and Prices, opened this Week, i. OVERCOATS comprising MUNSTERS, ULSTERS, : OVERCOATS CHESTERFIELDS, &c. ' . OVERCOATS ^ vr V';;: : . wmT&R"vr; J'-: i/:/ ; HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. WINTER .>,;i I iT"^T. MEN'S MERINO SBIRTS. from Is. 3d. f ' 'HOSIERY 4R0TI0 SHIRTS and PANTS, 3J, Gd. ' MMN'S'MERINO PANTS, from Is.lid, , ...> 7 -fir 8HETLAN.U MERINO SHIRTS and PANTS ''ArL7 111 HOSIERY'MENUS..MERINO HALP-HOSB, 'rora 9d. - ^ - " . , : ? y j;, . , , ' \pHIN.A.MATTING, 1 yard wide :CHINA MATTING, l£yarl wide... ;";9fd; ?'<',{ ^...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

£T THE COMING EVENT OP 1881! Jg, mechanicFINSTITUTE,, GOUIiBURM.' FOR A SHta^EASp ONiX! GRAND Opening GIFT Night! COMMENCING WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22ND, 1881. First appoaranco in Goulburn of tho world S"T :r'7rrmmm^ " 11 MA P IS (SEVEN IN NUMBER) DIRECT FROM AMERICA. The- only Oomimny of the kind , ever seen in this country. Introducing tire Famous American Pianist Mr. I-Iem'S ]Davles , (Styled the Pinno Wondor). ' " COMBINED WITH WHICH IS THE WORLD'S GRAND PRESEMTATIOM FEST!¥AI Pimm i mm i ©iftsr , TO THE AMOUNT OF ..-46&&TT ? " To Tjb given away during our stay in your. . City ; ; (Valued at £100 Kctail). g^fr-We .import oil our leading . GIFTS diroot from Amerioa, . hence our ability to make suoh liberal distributions to our audience. %* In order to enhanoe the merits of this COLOSSAL-ENTERTAINMENT/ the ' Management will give, away (free of cost) on TheOPENING NIGHT THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE AND USEFUL Presents! A < Lady's opon-faoo Gold. Watch A Gontlem...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. ; ' Sydney; Saturday. Messrs.; William Inglis and Oo, report: -A brisk demand for horses the past week, with only a moderate supply, , At the bazaar we sold a largo number of horses of all de scriptions, principally draught, from £20 to £40; Draught horses and good harness are required, and soli readily at the following figures: Horses,suitable for carriage work tfange from £60 to £100, and for buggy pairs from £40 to £60; well-bred harness horses: with Bizo, style, and breakage, from £25 to ,£40 ; lighter descriptions from £10 to £20; horses suitable for spring vans, &c., from £5 to £10; cart horses from £15 to £25; heavy draught horses, from £25 to £40. Not so muoh done in vehicles during the past week ; spring and pagnal oarts were most in request from £10 to £18.-June 16. Mr. George Kiss reports:-The market this week, although well supplied with fresh country horses, the quality was not quite equal to those of the past few weeks, the pres...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

GOULBURIf MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 11 " jS ' i . ^7" ' ,?! . VrstTons to Goulburn have several times of l'.'ta remarked upon tljo jpjreat improvement wbioh lias taken place in the. Mechanics' 'Jjisiimts buildings; both' internally and ex-; !terDa.lly?.a^.'maiiy who udinire the improve mouta Bf.y that tlieir value is considerably :enhanced -by tboir fraying been carried out just as ihe vary elegant post and {olograph 'pffiPe¥.ara'1)Bj'ng finisjitid.; . < ; v , ; . . } .A, ah^tjleepriptiun of whafbas beau dcfnoj for the improvement tiiid adornment of ilio building will, we imagine, bo perused with iut'-r,eal. . , > ' gy i ddditioia to*the.old buildings bos been inade on'the"side iieact'to the new post arid jtelegrapb offices,r which increases tbo fron tage iu^Auburn-street-by 25le'etj* arid,ha9.a. jdeptb*1§|/{38 feet, ! TbU addition contains a shop 24 feet by 20, witbtwolivitig-rootus at .the back, and has} dojurnunjcatiou with an attached. wing1 15 feet liy 13/ coritainin'...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Return of the Prodigal. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Return of the Prodigal. At the banquet given to Sir John Robert-j [ eon and M^..;Laokey, ut( Graftpa^the .ollior, I ilny,: Sir Johinj'm' re8pon'dtDgjlo>;th6^olast^f ''jThe^'MiniBtry,!'1 made iW>JfoliQ4win|;{ ije-j I qarkAi^Tliosp.rgBon t jjwsi|i]b& !w|^m^ijpg^to Grafton might not be: the for" no~ oW conld tell whore he might yot throw a not to! ?obtnia - a-seat- in tho Lower Ohnmbor.l (Oheera.) Ho might say that the alow old' pluoa wliore lie had bnon jshut ,up did : not entirely suit him-~(laUghjor^r4tBat h'^woijldj very aiuuh sooner go down into the"'"rmg j whore theheavy fighting bad to be (lone-! I '(111 ugh'[qrJntherjthan'tenfain where things' 'wQ'nt'eaBior/wfiorQ' tlm'Ss^vtf^G'mom pleasant' and whore the members -wero more gentle,' i smooth, ati'd' courtebujlto oaoh other-tbougn lie waa quite Bure, not more 8in'core~-rthun' the members of the Legislative Assembly! i (Ohonrs.) " " j I TwoQOI.d MKDAI.S AwnrdudAaiBniOAN VVALTUAsi WATOUES-thu Only Mortals Awardodto E...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Police Department. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

The Police Department. a, Captain Zoucby- Superintendent-' of-jPoljjoe fin the Southern (iistribts/havinp|coiii'pIeted a*tour- of inspection !of the differeniLslatibhs along' the coast, arrived in Braidwood on Tuesday, and as we^ expected " A Heart broken Mother ^showed? the white feather when the pinch came, and was not game to ,put in an appearance when cited by ad vertisement'so fo.'dpr iT-if^lett^r|Bo^rmgTtlij5 above signature, wljibj^was fo'r*wardjed)to|.tlj'o Government' is-olearfyMn1 the' Same^hanti w.riting as one sent a month ago making tho most preposterouB oharges against Mr. Sub Inspector Keegan, ond some of the police under .him. A futile attempt to disguise -the writing only, showed to any one with common sense ,thnt they both emanated from the satne'penj . To stab in tho dark' i* the,: most . uuchristain-like vand r- oowardly <m»cLe of^ventin&^snite^flmdith&^facKthat: the uuuiiourni ^ come, forward "and personally malco the ac cusation, .tru...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of an old Tumut Resident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Death of an old Tumut. Resident. We have to record the death of no old in habitant, Mr. Bernard Kelly, at the ripe age of 75 years. His advanced age, and the fact that ho had fur a long; space of time suffered from a bronchial affection, left him little chance of'recovery when hesjWas seized with a fr,esli.Latt)»ck j>y iiis bidfpopiplaibt in a somewhat virulent form a few days ago. Mr. Kelly expired, on Tuesday at the re sidence of his daughter, Mrs. Jas. Sullivan, of. ..Nqrandcra. In compliance with a re quest by deceased his remains were brought to Tumut to rest beside those of Mrs. Kelly, whb^died, abput,twelve,m6riths ,ago.,.. Opn ^sequend^hefunprd: diirz/nooa^aad' it iT'nltnost needless^to state was very largely attended. The corpse was brought Narandera to Oootamundra by'rail/dbd *1 thence to the Royal Hotel, Tumut, by special conveyance. Many' will remember^ t^ie ihappyr hoursiipassed in Mr. Kelly's| cotnpa^yj'-und jt|ie iyjelljgence with which ""he'could" connect every * ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Forgetting the Tune. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Forgetting the Tune. At a churoh in the north-west thoy have an organ, but tbo servioes of an organist are required.^ One Sundaye\rening, during ser . vi ou,* the;bfflci'ntiug- olorgymlan^duly gave out tbo hymn,' but the choir appeared in doubt as.to; ..the tune. One looked at the other ''trying'to think, but just at these .times the proper tune will not turn up, or else the right key is absent. In this instance, how ^verj?: al^happy-fnotioir8truokvif''dno5fjof'the ohori8ters,<and<;he softly.whistled the:, first few bars of the air, and hey, presto! the] contralto of the choir sailed forth in Bong, ?the tenor.craued his neck-as tenors always do-the bass commenced to growl in, thoj soprano joined in, the congregation . did} ?dittb,^and a^b'rilliant issue'ffbm au ignomini-j oua songlessfsilen'oe was.tha,reBult, 1 .1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Remarkable Phenomenon. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

! ">/i J'#i if 1 ~v~n /if i ; «''' a. ! .ArR'em'arkaWV Phenomenon* ' When the Taiaroa was off (Jape Oolvillo1 on June 6. (saya a New Zealand . paper), ai remarkable phenomenon was observed about! a mile fiorn Channel Island. Some30yorda|' fro in the vessel (lie water for a space of 80j feeti'in diameter ^asboilingr^up4iko a spring,! ap-i pearancaof"Demg"'worko'd upon by & Violent commotion underneath, and extending away .for a. great length, From tliia centre was a yellow streak, the whole being not . unlike the shape tof a comet. , Captain Anderson " intends t6~gxve thatlvioinify*a\wid0 ber^h:'|ili future. The second mate of the Ringarooma, ;whioh passed the plaoe about two hours after "the'Taiaroa, also noiicedthe abnormal con ditiquof the water, and liked it so little that ;h'eikepjS;tha.iyes8el|aw«^un);Ui;hfl;rhfld ?6om ;muoi<&e$w!^ Iff feSi

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Monster Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

jjongtep-'Xjj^garbd.'"''' ' ' A .wallaby drive came off on last Saturday, :, at Mr. David Denning's, Forest Lodge) when one of (lio largest kangnroos ever oaiight iQ^ho distriofc, wasidispaiohed.) ^TIiq huge monster received two charges' of jheavy shot from Mr. P. Kennedy's breechloader without succumbing; be wns, however, followed up by the drivers, and afier.a hiost oxoiting chase of about a mile, was even tual ly%captured by Mr, Joseph Cunningham, 'of;TBrlo;v«Y.'/l,he'!tail.-of i the^animal is no^rto' «be seen; at; Mr.i! O'BrienJsl' Jmperial Hotel, Goulburn.

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Foot-racing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Foot-racing:; There was a '§ood{attendance to witness the several -races, tfiat took plaoV near 't&e now'gaol/bh Saturday last./ 'The* first event -between MoFarlane and McKay--proved a very hollow affair, MoFarlane. winning in a very easy manner. Six competed; for;-jhe; 100 yards' handioap, over whioh there was a little excitement, even some coin circulating on the event.); ;.Mr.;^<9rath^)iiayiog^b«ndirj capped' ihp <;dompotftors VsatisifaotprUy, |th'eyi wore "'put' to"' th'oir' raapoctivo" idarks, *' and,1; after a fow falsa starts,, Mr. Spencer suc ceeded in getting, them awayj.well.^^hen, half the distanoe had been covered, the race was between three, and of these, after a hard struggle, MoFarlane proved the winner, Ooy second, and Newson third. The third race fell through, aa both competitors a'an-in; the handicap. Iu the evening, MoFarlane' accepted a challenge from W. Pasoori to run him-for- £5 .a,side on Saturdays.we'ek next.-ji /

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