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Craigie Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

.'. Craigie. Notes. ' (Fnou onn ConnEspoNDENT,) The Rev. C. C. Gillettgave amagic-lantern entertainment the other night, in aid of the local Church of England. . ;-.'.- . ' A meeting is announced to take place on Saturday for the purpose of forming a Rifle Club, either independent of .the Delegate Club or a brarich of that Club. Mr. 31. Sharpe who was indisposed is about again, and attended a band practice meeting the other night. Mr. Sharpe who is an authority in matters musical expressed him ku vci.y. iji£uauu wiiu me periormauce ana considers the band first-class. A party -of prospectors passed through Craigie ' the other day bound for the Quin burra, they intend to prospect some of the dredging leaees over the border. It is to be hoped that the prospectors will strike pay able dirt, to warrant the erection of a dredge on'Uiaf section of the river. ... Mr. H..A. Wntson conducted a sale here on Thursday last, offering the late Ting-Sing's worldly- goods by auction, to a small but ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Bombala Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

. Bombala SlotdS. . . (Fp.ou otjn Courespondemi.) The uqual fortnightly band eocial was hold at tho local School of Artu on Wednesday night Althocgh tho night wep cold and frosty, otill it wno an ideal ono fo: dancing, and as a result a vbry fair moosor attonded, A marked falling off wao noticoablo thoajjh among tbo fair GCjEi rbtti theca who ^attended had an enjoyablo ovoning. . Tho.flrot meeting of tho tomporary. Shira Conncillorn rraa held at tho Coart HoUSO-'to-daV ^Thnrnf1l\v'\. Thni-A crrn*A preaont— Messrs. R.: Campbell, H, T. Edwards, F, J. Iloboon, Jno, Murdock, and Thoa. Hodnrell. Mr. Ki Carapbbll nptiflod hio intention of. looigning hi» pooition as a tomporary councillor, and thoretoro did not ait. Mr II. T. Edwards I wao olected to fill tho office of chairman, and Mr P. J. Jonas was appointed to aot an tomporary olerk, snbjoct to hia ap- I pointment being approvod of by tho j Minister, The Commercial Banking Co., | Ltd., was dooided upon as the banking | place. An offico...

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

. ' Prcsbytdrlan - Juno 17— Dolopato, 11 j Milai 0. ; JunoSi— Bombalo,lJ. ?? ? Eev. J. H. G. Awu-, B.A.

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Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

;; Catholic Church . . . Mass will bo cdobratcd t3 followa : — , Juno 17— Bombala, 8.30. . '?..'?.?; ? ' - ? '?-.'?? Usv- P. J, Moore.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Genei-nl News. Sydnky, Friday. — Mr. Carralhora in tonda introducing a bill to amond tho libol law. A movomont to ropel incorao tax is boing organised throughout Viatoria. ;

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

A SPECIAL 'PRESS' REPRE^ SENTATIVE Oives Zam-Bu!: Great PraJso. Mr. J. T. Mclnncs, a well-known Quconoland Jbiimaliat and Explorer, for many yoars special news writer for tho ' Queonslandor,' and now attached to tho Btaff of that popular daily morning nowspapor, tho Bris bano ' Daily Mail.' writes to tho proprietors of Zam-Buk the following . letter eulogising the boaling virtues ? of that Groat Healing Balm. 'lean- not speak too highly of tho efficacy the moans of completely curing mo r of what might otherwise havo proved a troublesome infirmity. Somo sis yoara neo when in tho 'Gulf Coun vlry ??' of Queensland, ;1 had tho mis- . .fortune to suffer from a bad attack of Dengue Fovor followed by Bovero Dy soritory which . brought about an ab- : ? .dominal weakness 'that I camo to re gard as Hemmorrlioids or ordinary Piles; and proceeded to treat myself ?, accordingly. ? The infirmity, howovor, was . of an. intermittent charaefcor, but when in evidonce proved very se 'vere, .whilst tho...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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The Address-in-Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

The Address-ln-Rcnly. Sydney, l'nday. — Tho dobato on tho iVddresa-in-reply cams to an unoipeotod determination in tho House of Roproaon tativca. Flacoa for rodistributmg seats woro adopted. Tbo Minister for Homo Affairs Bays thoro is no ohnnoo of ths Foderal oloo tiono oomg noiu xn ucLooor. In tho Houso of Representatives, Mr. Hughe d moved a resolution that mtcroboa inimical to human and ' othor animal lifo be introduced for laboratory oxporimontJ only. Tho dabato waa adjourned. Kotico waa givon to introduce bills ro- , latlng to foreign lifo assuranco compau ioa doing baoinoaa in tho Commonwoalth, and nlco to aruqnd ths Judiciary Act. Sir William Lyno movod tho second reading ot tho Anti-Trust Bill, and said ho had. boon aceueodoCnll oorts oC things in connection with tliiu moaouro, but do clarcd, although ho had beon in politico for ovor twontj* yoars, ho waa aa poor aa 0 oroir. Thu dcbalo adjourned.

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Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Methodist Qhxirck Juno 17 — Quinbnrra, 11 } Saucy Crcot, 3 j Bombala, 7.80. Juno 24 — Dologato, 11 ; Craigio, B.SOj Bom bala, 7.80. H. T. MoGowah, Homo Missionary. Hfhe Relegate ^trgud. ''''' FEIDAT, JUNE 15, 1808..

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Richard Seddon: An Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

RiBtravd rfSie^fionr An Appvc ?'; OAMiTtB, eomowlioro vnltes that 'ftho ? history of a notion is to bo found In tho biographies of itn great mon.' Thontato inont-is corroct in ratio to tho capacity of the men wlio aro loaders of tlio nation, With tho groat loadoro—CrornvToll, Nu pploohf Pitt, Diornol), Gladstone — almost the -nrholo of the history of tho tiuoa may %in nnfliAMil frf\n\ 4TlAI(* Jlinff l'.inl, 1 flS. TllO teat of thoir greatness may bo oaid to consist in thoir reaotion upon thofortunca and dostiay of tho peoploo thoy rulo. If wo apply this tot to tho lifo of Richard Seddon. it maflt nt onco bo recognised that horo is.a man who showed acapneity for government only limittsu by tho boundaries of tho .inland in trhichho was, for bo lopg, tho domiuauJ forco. ? Tho pago of Not? Zealand's history that contains tho lifo of its Into Promior IB i ono which can ncvor bo forgotten. When lie roao from among hor pooplo to take the holm of otato, tfco country almoat hung in tho balan...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Latest Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Latest fia^isorams. London, Woilnosday.— Tho War Office has oxlemlod tho timo for tondors fur tinned moats, in ordor to enable Aus tralian ehippers to eubmit tendors. Thirty flvo caso3 of eieknoea and six denths in an English work-houBO is at- . tribatad to Argentine meat. . TKn Anntrnltnn. ynnnt. Imnnrfflrn 'ilnnirA ' ?? Australians in London to asaist in do voloping the colonies meat trade, and the ?? ?;' Agent'a-Qenoral oro invited to co-operate. ^ London, Wednesday. — -A number .'of rebels were surprioed in caves by Colonel Maokenzfo, and 85 wore killed. , ? Desperate fighting took plaoo between the Greeks and Turks, and the latter were surrounded, the Greek band killing twenty and wounding eighteen. ' A sorious native outbreak haa oocutied* at Nigoria, and tho Britieh assistant com- ..'?';'. missioner was murdered. A detachment of Nigerian infantry attacked the enemy, who retreated after heavy fighting Furthor fighting is imminent. ,'

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

ONSTiPATION CONQUERED. Another Sccceco tor BUo Beans. . 'IE I wro .Rated to 6po=ify., tlio Uisoaso'or nilraecfc oJ.tho day, I should nnhtaitatinaly piuwar— ' Constipa 80 cnys ona of tho greatest medical feritora of tho present day'; Ondoubt- . cdly ho i$ riRhcl Jusi iraaEino a town Vitb orery drain stopped. Would you bo onrpricod to find pcatitonco and lover abound ? Hardly! ^Yhoro Corj otipation osiBta, tha drama which Naturo £ios provided to clear tho body of ita impurities nro out of ordor, aim tho impurities aro loft in tho body. The result ia that ovory organ of tho body fa rondored foul. The liver and diEoativo organB become clogged and unablo to fulnl thoir proper functions. ? thn oppotito is destroyed, tho hoau either acbea or fecla dull and heavy, , thero io hoot and fovoriabness, a dro-iry don't-or,ro-about-anythinc fcohng, a OGniation of irritability with ovory body and ovorythinR. Sometimes, nho, ? Conatipation brinija on i'llea. Now, if yon have any 01 thoso nying torao...

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Crossing Stock over the Border. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 15 June 1906

Crossing Stock wer t!ie Boi'der. At tho loot raootiiig of tho local Protfrooa Aesocifttion a mombor informed tho rneot ing that poroono wishing to crooo n email numbor of otoolr over tho bovdor had to pay tho inspeotor milcago at tho rato ot Odpor milo onch tray, and it wan con sidered a hardship to oliargo jv poi-son milcago on, &ay, oao hoad of ntook. TTnnn innllirv. wo find that nlthnuph ouch a ohargo io quito logal, mid tho inbpooSor would bo quito right in inniot ing on ouch miloago being paid, vrliotlior for 0110 hoad or for 100, at- a matter of fact no ouoh chargo has over boon mado, and only on four or fivo occasion'! hao: a chargo for milc.igo boon domanded, and in thoao catjeo tho nnmbor of btook was 23 hoad or ovor. ? . Tho inopoetor rocognieoo tho httrdiAip such n chargo v/onld bo to a poroon paaaing a omall numbor of otoolc ovor, UIJI1CU JllU UJOtlV '?'-' JU'iuuu x»u *in.u'i vonionco end oxponao ai mnch no poosiblo. Tho only chargo ovorcollootod on a oinall numb...

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Latest Cablegrams. Russian Massacres. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

LsftosB (BsaI!jj&djBo«23iaTa^a ?? . ; : ' filrisalaii Elassacrri^r ? . . London, Wednesday,— Details to. nttnd .-. of tho inasaaord at Elootok (P) ahow that torriblo outrogds woro oommlttdd. Girls wero horribly mutilated under their parents dyoo. Many Jews had both thoir legs sawn oft Troops turned thoir badks 10 avoia sooing wo exess^os commiiiea by their officers. ...-?., : Jaoob Owokry heroically oayod soypn- ,: teen Jews, deolaring that the hooligans ' must kill him bbfora thoy attacked tha lofugoes. . . ,'..-' ' Eminent Jewish firJancdrs aro seeking to induce tho U.S.A. to ihtdrvone on bo half of tho Russian Jews.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

General News. Sydney, Friday. — For a block of ICOd acres of land on tho Upper Hunter thoro woro 05 applicants. Each applicant lodged about £05, consequently about £0000 ord Jorikdd up until tho dppllcai tlona aro dooido'd. A. mdoticfj of Qovcrnmco'nt onpporterd will bo hold on Monday, when Mr Car ruthora will outlino his programmo for tho cession. It ia boliovod in corns' quarters that Mr McGowan intondo to' movo on amendment to thd oddro'Min roply,' condemning thd Govt. for its action) or want of aotion, in connection with the land scandals. Tho Progressive) Party aleo tidal with tho eituation at an early date. It is reported that tlio ndw otoamsiiip' combination, whioh has ooourod tho oon tract for the English-Australian mail servica, has a capital of threo millions storling, and that tho vessols ineludo Bomo of thd fastest steamers afloat, which until recently wero employed in tho At lantic dorvico. In tho Houfie of ftoptdaon{ativeo, Mr- McColl moved a motion affirming ' tha6 th...

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The Seddon Obsequies [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

TllC Scddon Obsequies. Sydnet, Friday— At tho funeral of Mr Scddon, hold in Wellington yeatordayj visitors came from all parts of tho colony. Many aoodmblod boforo sUnriso in front of Parliamont Ilbuoo. Natlvo ehtefs1 dollvared addresses, coUclio'd ia pootio irnonrory, Tbo Bcoiid was an oitrabrdin ary otiri. 00,000 poraono viowod tho coffin, ovo'ry section of tho community being represented at tho funoral, Tho romains woro intorred on a lofty pianado in tho Botanical.', Rcoervo, overlooking Parliamont Houso; THo colleaguos of, tho lato Premier acted ao pall-b^arers; tho coffin being carridd On a gun-carrlago. Tho fanorot oervled was redd by thd Bishop at Wellington; tho Masonic ritual boirig givon. A military flalutti was fired. Memorial eorvicoa word hold in various parts ot thd colony; Bishop Ndlligon deUvering an dddre'33 on the dignity of labor, as' oxdcapliflod by tho lifo of Mr. Soddon.

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A Bank Manager in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

A S;inh rJanagcr lit Trouble. Sydney. Friday.— Fred. W. Day, foji morly bank managor at Murehlson, Vietj charged wjth appropriating sdveral sums of money, has boon oentonced to twolve months imprisonment. Prisonbr said ho had invested sovoral hundred pounds in Tattorsali's, hoping to roiriovo his posi tion.

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Latest Telegraphic News. A Wool Record. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

Latest Telegraphic News. ? - ? ' r . * ? ~° ? '? ? ' ? (Fiidir oini ConnKspoNDEKrs.) :' ' A \VooI Record. SlDJTEt) Friday — Tho quantity of wool : sold at aUotloa and privately in Sydney this aoasoh has boon 028,577 bales, which constitutes a record.

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The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

-.-?/ ; tlie'BIaritbts-';'../-..-;':'; Matfba.— Mcsnra.:A; McLean. &'.Co. report under dnto Junu 8:— Smull yarding of. cattlo in Maffra on Friday, about thb usual dt tonddnco of buyors, and priceo.much. tho oamo as proviouo woob. Wo sold fat oowa £5, £5 Is to £0 ; hoifors, £4 10s to £4 17s. Storo Cows ? Old otoro cows £3, £3 2o 0d to £3 5s j and' poddios to £1 7s. . . . ? Bega, — E, I. Poll rnports having sold at tbo Bega Yards last Tuesday : Stora pigs 14s 3d to lOo Od, fat pigs to 24b j fat cowo £G to £0 15s i springers £4 to £0 7o Cd ; heifora -with calves to £0 ; yearlings to 13-rutho-old bolfero, 32s Od to 43n ; 3-yoar-old beifora to £3 10a j 2-year-old hoifors to £3 2s ; 18-mtbB-old stoors to 45o j forward-conditlonod otoro cows £2 lOh to £3 10a; poddios 10a 3d to24o; bullo'to 54o, B.«r.::sDiM.— M. G00H & Co. report wiulor date J^ino 0 :— Good yarding of fat oattlo forward to-doy. Markot very good. Wo sold fat cows good, £0 O3 to £0 lla; fat haifaia £0 10s to £...

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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

Wedding. Os Tuesday tho 12th inst, Miss HaydeHi dnughtor of Mrs. Ilaj-don, of Merambogoj and Mr. K. J. Williams, of Nimitybollei woro united in tho bonds of matrimony, by tho Eov. Fathor Mooro. Tho ceromony took placo at tho rcsidonco of tho brido'a parent, and was witnossod by a largo numbor of frioncla. Tho brido who lookJ ed charming, was arrayed in crorao silk, with cremo ribbon nnd chantilly laoo trimming;), a ivhito felt hat trimmed witli oremo ribbon and 'ostrich plumo. . Miss Myra Hoyden, oister of tho brido acted as bridesmaid nnd woro n droaaoJ bluo Bilk and accordion ploatod chiffon, a bluo picturo hat complotod hor toilot. Mr. Oi C. Williama acted ao boat roan. After tho wedding breakfast, \7hicli was nerved at tho rcaidonco of tho brido's mother the happy couplo loft for Eden, whoro tho honoymoon is to bo spont. Dancing was commnncod during tho ovon ing and a very onjoyablo timo wub spent by tho largo number of gucsto. Tho bridegroom'a gift to tho brido was a hnndeomoly...

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Bembala Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 22 June 1906

Sombala Notes. {Vaau otra Coiuiespondbmt.) Rumorod that whon our now otoro Iieepor gets goinp; ho will crdatti constor nation among tho other local otoroTieoporo —in tho matter of pricco, &o. n ft Mr. L, II. Dobblo, no cub-deacon and csaiatant to tho Rov. O. O. Gillott in this pariah, presetted in St. Matthias' Churoh of Englatid hero on Sunday, 10th inst., Dad croatsd a vory favoroblo improooion. Mr. Dobbio has ovldontly a bright fnturo boforo him, and tho Doldgato poOplo aro to bo conjjratalatod in haviiig this gsntloman residdDt amongst tuern. [Tho nbovd p.'vra. wora held over from our last feano.] o o Tho oiracrs of tho local flour mill oiprfct to to griuting for fully t\y6 or threo monthb yot. o o Sovorol rcsidonta hereabouts havo cignifiod their intention of visiting Sydnoy to attoud thJ fortbeomins Stnd Sheep Show. s o o A Ind named Whito, of thia town, Buffering from nasal catarrh, waa t-iVpn to Sydnoy this morning for treatnitJnfci o 6 . ? An official from tho Posta...

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