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Fatal Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 21 June 1881

Fatal Fight. A fight whioh, it is alleged,-was-for «£20. a side, took place at a vory early hour on Saturday, morning, on. tho Bunnerong Road, at the bnok of tbo Ilnndwick Raoecourso. Tha pugilists were Miohnel Henry Booth, alius Webb, residing^ m Garden-street, Alex andria, nnd^ames/Kjilanjlfo^^ Qiiiyr '? street, Ultimo'."* Tiio" contos'ttvntawere ''sur rounded by about- 100 spectators.; -Senior sergeant Lnwler, sergeant Boll,Jnnd aovernl' constables arrived some time after the fight had boeu commenced, and as they rushod down the alarm was given, the combatants separated,, and the spectators ran away in i different directions. ICillaa also ran n short distunoe, and tbon fell. He became blaolr in the oourse of a few minutes; and died. 'Xho police managed to secure : his, antagonist, Bootb,andal60;Bill Johnson,,who.ia alleged to have' boon a picker up. v The latter,; is also known ne '' Black JoIm6on;'( .: Fiv.e ( men,v wbo'wo>oNpcrnpying;V bugpy/> ware also apprehended"^ a ch...

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

The Declined .Honour.« Re'Ohief Justice Lilley's "refusal of knight hood, '.'The Wreoker'.' -says that wheirthe i»aine Loudon Guzettej .dnnounoe8''tlio decorp-1 tion of the white-washodA.politioal skunk,' and tke.gaUant siviour of the empire-the tool of a party, and tho ornament- of a'-pror,. fussiou-it's time for.indopendent men to let those .wlio Bhape tho whispar of the Throne Icno^f'thatls'eu^'titulMftinselr^i^thoi^tf^it may^guarantee jf'^otorietyj cannot oo'nfor j hphourl, V-;;H oar, :heatv ^ Iv f;1'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

SELECTIONS. Tho following selections were taken up at the undermentioned land offices on Thurs day last: Burrown.- J. Jenny, 428 acres, parish Rossi; J. Ouss, 40 acres, parish DougltiB; G.Long, 70 acne, parish Gungeia; G. H. Wilson, 55 acres, parish Altob ; B. J. Garry, 40 acres, pariah Mylora. Oarcoar.-Owen O'Neill, 50 acres, county Bnthurst, parish Luoan ; Robeit Howe Kenyon, 100 acres, oounty Geurgiana, parish Jeremy; John Wells, 40 acres, county Georgiana, parish Blackman ; John Forbes, 40 acre?, county Btithnrst, parish Oftrlton. Young.-H. C. Croaker, 100 acres, parish Burramunda; John Mclncrhernoy, 60 acres, oounty Douglass; liowland E. Douglass, 640 acres, parish Burrnngong; George Douglass, 200 acres, parish Bunanjjong; Shepherd Smith, 40 acres, county Thud dunura. Wagga Wagpa.-J. J. Budd, county Mitchell, parish Woomrahgong, 600 acres; J. Loitcb, county Mitchell, parish Arajoel, 100 acres ; W. E. Nixon, coun'y Wynyard, parish Woomrahgung, 66 acros 2 roods 11 perches ; J. Wa...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) EXCITING SCENE AT MARSEILLES. PARIS, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From tlit Sydney Herald,") EXCITING SOENE~AT MARSEILLES. PAIUB, June 17. , An extraordinary scene ooourred at Mar seilles to-day, in consequence of the high feeling prevailing- against the Italian resi dents of .that city in connection with the recent action of tile Frenoh at, Tunis. The difficulty with the Bey havi'og tieeia isettled, the French troops who were dispatched to occupy - the territory returned, and after landing to-day marohed through the streets, 'which wore filled with numerous spectators. Upon passing, the Italian Olub, the mem bers openly manifested their animosity by hissing the troops. An angry crowd ,there upon collected in front of the building, and loudly,expressing . their , indignation at the ; conduct,. of; the,, members, demanded the immediate removal of the Italian escutcheon from the front of the building. The dis turbanoq continuing,' and the people pro ceeding to oarry out their project, the ; Prefect of the city, wliohad boen summone...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

LONDON. MONDAY. A number of bags of dynamite have been disoovered in the canal at St. Petersburg.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.' I FJTOM GNEVILLII'S TELEQLTAM 00. AKD OBB OTHETT" !. COHRE6PONDEN18.3 SIDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. The Full Court this morning postponed their judgment until Friday in tho appeal case against the Commissioner in Insol vency, which raised the question as to whether Mr.Dibb's twelve mouths'imprison ment operated in discbarge of his debt against Mr. Shepherd. Tho small-pax scare is dying out. No fresh cases havo been reported. It was rumoured that there was a case at Macdon ald Town, but the rumour had no foun dation. A deputation of tradespeople in Lower George-street waited upon tho Government to-day to protest ogaiust their premises be ing barricaded in the same manner as those of On Chong and Sun Kum Tiy, as it would seriously interfere with their business, and preclude customers from coming to their Bhops, The deputation also urged the re moval of the obstruction, and likewise the removal of the inmates in the infected houses to quarantine. The Government said th...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

STOOK AND SHARE EEPORI. /: J, A fair amount of business'was reported in tlio stock and share marlcot to-day. In banks, A.J.S. wore sold at 17& and offered, "buyers 17§; Citys, buyers 13J, sellers. 13|;; Commercials, 109^ offered, 111 asked ; now issue wanted at 102 ; Mercantilos remain ;? at 6$:to 6$-;: N.S. Wales, 59J- to 60 ; New; Zealand,'23-jto,2S>}\ New Zealand Register "brought 23£, buyers 23, sellers 23J; Q,uoetis land Nationals wanted nt 8$,, sellers ask 9-J-; Unions offered at 66^-. wall no b'uyers. «-,!Fdr 'Steam-A;S.N;'s realised 21J, sellers nek 22, buyers 21$; Australian Mutuals, quotations 9/- to 10/6 ; Oify, Mutuals; 1/2, to 1/4-; <Mevoan.tile Mutuals, 1/2 to, 1/4; United,; C7/6 to GO/; Generals, oould bo placed at 90; Paoifics, in . demand at 72/6 ; with no sellers; Sydney Marina obtainable.at 42/; 'Exchange would be taken at 10£; Shale and Oil, sellers '14/3,' no ' buyers; Yolunteor Land Orders, remain at 1 £9;to 142;. Bullis .wanted at 11; Wal...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then;and what's he news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

NEWS- :AND NOTES. "Urlof, thani unci wliat'i lio: , Serenaders to-night, .; Mr. J. jF. Kenny, J.P.yis dead;; ' Heavy falls of snow oocurred at Taralga and'Crookwell1 on Monday.morning.,T Lord Lorno Las a yearly' income of £30,000 a year. ; ; :.v : ! , The intercolonial football'matoh^comes off next month.' ; i,o. i . ? The Royal.Princes loft Adelaide overland' for Victoria on Monday, \ . The, weather in-Goulburn'is fine. The evenings are extremely cold.i; ; A.f " great lrangaroo drivo''!is to come off at Bonnie Doon, nearTarago, on Saturday, 9th July. J f". The.Chinese in'the metropolis, arejbaving a "merry : time of Mt' sinbe tbe^outbreak of small-pox. .; The,; Ministers .arrived,at Tenterfield on Tuosiday afternoon,'and.were^ entertained at a banquet in'the evening.; M « «*i,[ > The,''.missing-', boy.'Si'ski,Has\\'b'eQn'.'/ound. iMr'. Oonfoyjiof the KenmoreJIotely can give 'information as to the lad's whereabouts. . j. At the Goulbiirn Vpol/pb ."court ''yesterday, before Mr. Vo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

(JOT THE COMING EVENT OP 1881! j£J MECHANICS^INSTITUTB, CSOIJI/BURW. FOR A SHORT_SEAS0N ONLY! GRAND Opening GIFT Night! COMMENCING WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22ND, 1881. i first eppeurance 5n Qoulburn of jtho: wor!d« renowned and only (SEVEN IN NUMBER) DIRECTFROM AMERICA, The only Company, of the kind ever seen in this country. c Introducing the Famous American Pianist Mi'. Sffcjiii't 3>avies fStaled tlio Piano Wonder). ) COMBINED WITH WHICH IS THE WORLD'S GRAND PfflSSENTEIION FESTIVAL Vmm i ' mm i TO THIS AMOUNT OF To bo given away during our stay in your Oity (Valued'atISctail). Wo import all our leading GIFTS direct from America, hence our ability . to make such liberal distributions to our audience. In ordor tn enhance the merits of tliia COLOSSAL ENTERTAINMENT, the Management will give away (free of cost) on The OPENING NIGHT ,THE FOLLOWING | VALUABLE AND USEFUL Presents! A Lady's open-face Gold Watoli A Gontleman's Doublo-oased Silver Watch A Beautiful Tea and Coflbo Sorvico (...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20TH. Before Mr. Yates. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

. YASSJ: NEWS. (FilOU OOB OOBBEBrONDENr). POLTOE~COURT, , MONDAY, JDNE 20th, Before Mr. ,Yalejj^ ,f Jolin Hinds alias Dallon, and Henry Spickm'an were charged with stealing a horse tliopropertyjof John Bell; of Blaokney Greek. , j r > Sub-inspector Brennan said (lie prisoners wero arrested only on Saturday morning and -brought into Yass on: that evening, and in or dor, to ennble him to bave the witnesses be would ask for a remand until' Wednes day, the 22nd instant. . The prisoners were remanded accordingly. Patriot Nash was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Cooma-street on Saturday ni^ht. ' * Sub-inspector*Ut ennan said the accused was in a very bad state, and he was admitted to bail on Sunday morning in the sum of £2. His Bislor was present to appear for him as. be was not-,well' enough to appear ihimself,'. , - V ^ Lance-corporal Naghfon stated the circum stances of the case, and the accused in con sideration of it being the first charge ever brought against liim, ;? ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

.'~Vgr333SXd.-y 0-A.XiEISrD.A.It. j : Day of Week. ,Tano 19 .20 21 . 22 23 > 24 25 Sun tines, b. ill. 4' 58' 4 67 4 07 4'"67 4 G7 4 67 4 58. MOON'S PHASE. . Now Moon, 27ib Juno, 12.8 o.m,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

' OOOTAMUNDUA' NEWS.' ' ;!(FnoM'Oun ConiiESFONPBNT,) " 'The /LONDON' Col onnadk.This grand block',.ofubuilding8, the". property,i'of jMr. Jones (coroner), is now,; nearly:,completed . (z.e) externally ; a great detil of plastering work remains to bo done yet, and it is to be the.first,institutions. lighted* by., gas 'in. this distriot; ?' Thei' oolonnnde,!'.wbioh covers /1441 feat frontage to Patkor.-street inoludes Ourry'a boot factory (Southern and), CoDta tnundra; Herald oflioe,- Oliilooti'a dispensary^ ?Osmond'a sad'ilery establishment)' George's stores, and of course, to complete this,over whelming oombinationi-1 ::.Tone?s» leviathan store. The show room is 58 feet deep and 42 feet broad.( This, with the^romaindor/of tho flower, sofficosj. will be} »liti with gnsj together! with a tlamp j at eaoh end'i;of the oolonnade,' The saddlers 6liop espocially will be; the aotne of attraction.leu; ' .'"Tnra ' ALBION ARCADE.-This, /valuable pieoe of property which Iids lately changed owne...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The f[?] of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. DOMESTIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

X->TJ33X/XSI-I3aX> J3~V353K"y SIOJ^NXETQ - V'Trulli, over lovely SIhob tlie world began, ?'"! 'i'ho foo of tyrants find the friend of man.-Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JUNE S3, 1 DOMESTIC SERVICE. Theru is nothing. "whioh.oauBes greoter per plexity to .parents than the: eight, whioli i un folds itself to thoir view when they look around tlioni and behold tlio prospects which the futuro holds out for their ohiklren. The rich and well-to-do, and tlioso in fairly com fortable ciroumstances, have ,not certainly so v greatreason to repine,v but the poorer class of peoplo and those WIIOBB money.ib not flush, cannot help fooling intense'anxioty in reference to thu condition whioh thoir child ren aro likely to occupy in after life. Em ployment in some shape or form is .necessary equally for girls as wellsfor boys, and whilst "there .does exist a certain amount"of diffi culty in providing suitable occupations ;for th6 latter, still greater trouble is experienced in the endeavour to o...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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DEATH OF Mr. J. F. KENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

DEATH OF Mr. J. F. KENNY. ? " vlt is with the most sincere regretJ we announce the death of; Mr.-John Francis Kenny J.P., which took plaoe yesterday at his late residence, Greenwioh -Park; . The deceased gentleman'had until, reoontly-lived at Kenny's Point; Lake iGeorge, and h.id for some'two years past been gotting? poor health. It was not however uniil aomo few weeks ago that his family begun to enter tain fears that his death was near indeed it was only within: ; the i last few.days that hopes of his recovery were abandoned, \ Mr, Konny was so well-known throughout this district that any observations upon his character seem superfluous; but we may say that a more deserving or tnoro wide spread regret would riot and cannot be-felt than for his removal from amongst us by death. All who had his .acquaintance, knew, him as a man of a remarkably kind, liberal disposition, aud .one who WHS over foremost in aiding his fellow man in every way which was needed. - He was a good faithful fr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. New Story. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

LOOAL and GENERAL NEWS. New Story-./ With the beginning of next qunrter a new story will be commenced in the columns of tho Southern Daily Argus, as the one now running-f-Valeria Aylmer^-is drawing to a conclusion. 1 An instalment of the- new tale -whioh will bo found remarkably intorosfc ing-will be published .every day.. ,,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Day Trains to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Day Trains to Melbourne. Wo are indebted for the,following infor malion to the Albury .correspondent of' the Melbourne ArguB :-" The passenger, trains between Sydney and Albury, which, run three times a week, are to be discontinued. It was at first considered by tboi department that the public would us3 a train slower than the mail if it ran I lio journey during' the day time; that is to eay, if the necessity' of spf-nding the whole night in the train wore avoided. This accomodation docs not ap pear to have been taken advBntnge of, and these trains which leave Sydney at 8 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and Alhurv at 6 a.m. on the other days of the week (except Sunday), are to be discon .tinued from the first July. next. It is sur mised1 that ihs present goods train running daily between Albury and Sydney will be made ft mixed train, ,and that some minor alterations will be made in tha timing of the. present mail train, but nothing detiuitebas: ,transpired A new . time-tab...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

MASS Wlhh on QI2D HIS It A 'P0 i) AT QOULBDBN DISTRICT, Juno22-Faust of Saints Peter and1 Paul, Iloli , day of Obligation, Gurrundub. .. *8-Tsrslcn, Mnrtilun, Uoro. July 3-Qrnbben Gullou Spring Valley, Bread ulhane, . " 10-'lVralga/ LiRunn, Jlummell. Confirmation at S(s. I'oter mid Paul's Cathedra), (Jotilburn, Sunday. 3Ut'JiiIy. <, OROOKWICLL DISTRICT. Juno 29t!i, Wednesday, (Holiday rf Obligation), Mrs. Ponningtoii'fl, Bindn. YASS MISSION. . Gundaroo, Sunday, June 26 PinalonfiT, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

rl ?'< i > MCIA1! ANNQUNCEMEjUT FOR THIS WEEK. BROTHX2B:^s ir. if Boys' Suits.......... 4s. lid. " ,.... . .. 4s. lid. ,, ........ 4s. lid. Boys' Trousers .. .. 3s. 6d. " " 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS, 4s. lid. HAVE THE Largest and Cheapest Stock !.. . : op BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING ;. -V >? f ; OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS ?»-a® AUE T«T-r.ED sou 0Wc0^fCOATS Quality, Material, and Style. . OVERCOATS ? Eiffceen Oases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various .?>?<;OYEROOATS;^;-; Qualities and;Prices, opened this AVeek, 11 OVERCOATS ,, comprising MUNSTERS, TJLSTERS, ",v,; ? .OVERCOATS; CHESTERFIELDS, &c. . OVERCOATS .. i" WINTER HOSIERY; Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. ,, MBN:S MBIUNO SHIRTS, from Is. 3d. HOSIERY ARCTIC SHIRTS and PANTS, 3s. Gd. T^T-fjm"n>'R 11 "MICN'S MERINO PAN I'S, from Is. lid.' i .:SHI5THNL> MERINO 'SHIRTS ami PANTS . HOSIERY ^MEN'S/MERINO IIALLMJOSB, lio.n 9d. . TfTTXTfHi.it> MUN'S LAMBSWOOL HALF- 1-iOSlfl, from la, . - ? , ?. CARDI...

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. At the Darling Harbour railway station this morning there was a moderate supply of forage and produce from the various in tormediate stations along the western and southern lines. Thero was a fair attendance to-day, and lata rates were well maintained. Oaten hay, in bale, 3/11, medium in quality; in truss, 3/11 to 4/6 ; and in. bundles, 4/5 to fi/-por cwt. ; lucerne hay, in truss, 3/11 to 4/3 per owt. ;r straw, in bale, clean lots, 2/9 to 2/10; in bundles, 3/- to 3/3 per owt. ; oaten chaff, in bale, 4/7 to 4/11; mixed ohaff, in bags, 5/, bogs inclusive; wheaten hay, in bundles, 3/4; in sheaves, 3/; wheaten and oaten hay in bale, 5/1 per owt; oaten sheaves, 3/2 to 4/3; oaten straw; in bundle, 3/6 ; damaged sood oats, 1/11 per bushel; potatoes, 2/8. to 4/9; swedo turnips 3/7 to 3/10 per owt, bags inclusive ; punip kinsj 2/6 to 3/1 per dozen. . On the wharves to-day prime green lucerne is selling at £3 5/- to £3 10/ ; jne-r diurn samples, £2 10...

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QUARANT [?]RE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

QUAEANT' ORE; The devotion known as tho forty hours' adoration was commenced in Sts. Poter and Paul's Cathedral on Sunday last, when Pontifical High Mass was celebrated by his Lordship Dc, Lanigan, the Revs. Fathers Pbolan and O'Sbaughnessy being deacon and sub-dencon respeolivoly, whilst tho Rev. D.T. Walsh officiated es master of cere monies. Tho choir, which had been spooi , ally prepared for the occasion, was most efficient, nrid the music so pleasingly ren dered was from Farmer's Mass. The pro cession which was 'formed after Maes con sisted of the children of Mary, the convont pupils, and the students of St. Stanislaus' College. In the evening'his Lordship ad dressed tho congregation, explaining to them the nature of the devotion. At 8 o'clock the following morning there was * High Mass, celebrated lay the Rev. Father Walsh, assisted by tho Bevs. Fathers Phelon and O'Shaugbnessy, the master of ceremonies being the Rev, John O'Dwyer. Tho ovening devotions on Mondny were car ried...

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