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Cool Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Cool Murder. * An inquest was hold on tho Ohinepe bov, found murdored in il waterhole at FhtioII'S Flut, near ycursdalo, Victoria. Two sons of a man named Hal! are io cus ody, and (bo youngest, B^ed ten, hits m«de a statement to the eff«ot that he mot the deceased on Thureday morning, when thfy siira mug-pio, and young Hall went to his father's house to got a gun, Io thd mt antimo, tho bird shifted lis position, and decoagfd wtnt to drivo-it off and somehow got between the gun and the "bird, when ih» shot went into tho deceased's log. Hull his.Bistpr,at tempted to bandage the log, and then liis brother James came, and ho qt. once took his ponknife and out tho. little boy's throat and threw the body into a vrnterhole, . Botlrboys were brought up at the Scarsdaie _Folice Court on Monday,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meat-Preserving Project at Wagga. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Meat-Preserving Project-at WaggaL 1 i A mooting convened, by. Miv Stapletpn ? Minohin' was 'held at the Criterion Hotel, .WaggH'ijJon.Sdturdayyevenfng, for the pur ipose'of initiating*'8teps;for the formation of a moat preservation and,frocizing establish ment? The ohiiir ;was'occupied by his "Wor ship" the Mayor. Oa, tho motion of Mr. William Hallidny, of' Broolcong, seconded by Mr. Basil B. Beanett, it was resolved it was advisable that a meat freezing(anjl Fprosorving-eatabli'ahmentralioUldbe ('Started iilfilialsiil furtherance of this object should bo held on July'0 next. Miv Btaple'on Minchin waB aj>pr»ii)ted proviaroual Becroiary, The meet ing was inljy -attended by squatters, eoloctjrs, aiid ilie leading liUHinoss people of tlzo town,'aud was warm ia its approval of tho stops taken.-Evening News.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Levanter Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

A Levanter Interviewed. Tbo Auckland corresponded | ofu the Otago Daily Times supplies the folloWttg particulars of an "interview" held in San Francisco with a sweepholrier Domed (North, who some months ago levanted from Wel lington with a large sum of' money which he held on behalf of the betting public:-"A young man named Carlton, who arrived at Auckland hy tho Son Francisco mail on the 29th May, and went on in her to Sydney, related to Mr. Fisher of the Occidental, an account,of a conversation he hadjat San Francisco,,, with- North, the Wellington levanter, shortly after the;/former's; arrival there by' tbe'iasti mail-bo'atr Carlton said that the first Sunday he was in Snn Fran cisco he visited Woodward's Gardens in order to see some sports going on there, and was surprised to see North in company with a man named Street, who runs a large saloon. Ho went up and shook hands with North, who, after the exchange of' th'e usual commonplaces, inquired what was thought of him in New Zea...

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Entertainment To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Entertainment. To-night. ?Wo hnve'been requested to again remind our renders of the grand front to be givon nt the Moohnnics''.Institute;thia>evenmg, .which; . is'tho ojjoning of..the Amnrionn Sore-1': < Dftdors and the World's Grand Presentation: Festival. Not only,Ait;ia-(aaid,v dot.thoyj a first-nlnss entertainment, but; they also distribute to thoir* audiences nightly, gold : and silver watches, pnintings; and .numerous , otlior arliolos. r WGi may i horo;, montion that;, this .compftny>havoittV8om»whnknoy.el2mbde» ? :off:ftdverti8inffP.4Utilikoivtotherfi^mTi'ininn-M (hoy post no bills. Tim morning'-wo are : informed-the managing ndvortiser find vtaff i will leavo;tbeir hotel at 10, o'elnckj accom panied by a brass baud;,' in ai four-in-harid, and will visit every house,; shop, and place of manufactory in the city, leaving one of their advertising bills at each piece, thus giving tlxeir entertainment greHt publicity, They also advertise very largely in the news ...

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A Would-be Hermit. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

? A Would-be Hermit! "{ i (Whilst engaged carling timber from .Mount Clole one day last week, a rather singular discovery .was made by Mrv Edward Bellia,* of;v Ararat. ;; Mr. , Bellio ^says jtho 'Advertiser) observed amoke rising from tbe ground some little distanoe down the mount, and being curious as to its origin he pro ceeded in its direotioo, and found a thin; volume of soioke rising from a hole in 'the' ground amongst,. the.r6cks,and scrub. . Fur* jtheir oeau'li below this spot led to the- disoo ..virj; of a'oave 7 "or 8 feet, deep' and '4 or 5 feet wide, attlioend ofwhioh was a fire-plaoe. Afseoond fire-place hod also been out outclbso to tho mouth of the cave; and along one side the earth was scooped away so as to form a ;bunk,;on^wbioh som_«;ferna and leaveB.wero sqatteredjc ;Tlie roof vwasVaroEedi'^the.^ oave being; about 7 feet" high and oomfortable looking. Its occupant<was.a man of medium height,_sandy whiskers, apparently but Utile over;30 years of age, and ...

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

Binalong Items. Our correspondent writesAt the Bina long polioo court on Friday last, Mr. Yates, the Yass police magistrate, prosidod.: There was only case to bo beard, and ibis was a dispute between two families whose obildrnn attend the Public School, It was settled be|&rth»'pattie9 by defendant paying tbe costs/®&n the same evening we had a meet ing of the Progress Committee. After the miuutes of the previous meeting had! been1 read by the secretary, there was a letter rend from our member, Air. T. M. Slattery, staling that be was doing, nil" in Ms power for us. W.O: have had^for aomo; time £ 1650 voted for the oreotion^df a'newoourt-house, which is sadly wanted, for the one we have is insuf ficient for tbe wants of Binalong. Another .want baslbeen brought bofore the committee, and that is, the erection, of a new railway station-house, for it is not unusual to ;hear travellers by rail, .vvheu passing . bere, in .quirp, i 'f Wjhat place tis' tins ?', and also, '. W...

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Pigeon Flying. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Pigeon Flying.: ? ' ? - A race from Goalbuin ' to " Sydney; for hoiniug pigeons, took place on Saturday. The distimoo, 134 miles, was ooverecl in very "Rood; time;; Tlio winner,'Spotted Tom, is a linO' dark chequered bird, the property of Mr. P. Allen, of Newtown. , He iporforuiod the journey iii 132 minutes, and was also tlie winner of jtho P. P. and '/O.; Sooio'ty's, gold medal, for whioli he homed" from Picton, 53 miles, in SI minutes. The second bird, 3?reoc.an, is the property of Mr. J. K^llick, of Moore Parle, and did the distance in 140 minutes ; and this bird also has-dona some splendid timo in his races; Messrs. Wright, Smillx, and Wild's birds, beiuf? close in attendance on tthe two winners', in the order named.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Tenders for Road Works. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

Tenders for Road Works. Wo desire to draw the attention of con tractors to an advertisement in our columns, issued by the Roads Department,^inviting tenders for works on roads in the district. Pull purticulars will be found in theiadver ti80inent. "' : ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK V. CHAPTER V.—THE HERO OF SADOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

VALERIE AYLMEE, I Bv TUB AuTBOB or MOKTOK IIODBC, BOOK Y. CHAPTER V.-THE HERO OF SADDTVA. Meak whims Charley was certainly very . much attracted by tbo dainty, brown-eyed fairy whQ had such pretty, artless ways, and who looked up so confidingly sure of admir ' ' ation, when she liad executed a high trill or , a low scale in very finished style. And there was - nothing singular in this, for be wae one of a largo class of men who ate incapable of entertaining a passion which has provod hopeless, and who possess a \ 7 great, and, for them, bappy faculty of trans ferring their affections on very short notice. He bad been in love with Valerie for years -more deeply in love than ho could ever bo again with any other woman-and, as long, as be entertained ,the least hope of success,- had' bean entirely' loyal and con stant to that affection. But, when once she . made clear the undoubted fact, that he need cherish no expectation of return, bo had r been able to resign himself to disappoint 4...

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

A Wanted T the Imperial Hotel, a OOMPBTENT GROOM. A Wanted GOOD PLAIN OOO1C. Apply to Mus. EMANUEL, Lnnsdowne, Wanted KNOWN that from £6 tu £1000 may ha obtained on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, ' Auction .or, Australian A notion Mart, Auburn-st. Tenders WANTED for BRICKWORK, PLASTERING, and STAIR CASES-in each case labour only. 0. ROGEKS, Gonll.urn. For Sole, PINE.WOOLLED EWES, ill Lamb to Puro-bred Rams; warranted Bound, young Sheuit. P. FAIIRKLLY, Ynrramnn, . Bigga. Pigeon Match. SEVERAL MATCHES will take place atMn. A. PHELPS' HOl'EL, TAR AGO, ou SATUR DaY, 2Gtu JUNE. , To lict, ?? A HOUSE and GROUNDS at Ifield ; also, n XL1' COTTAGE, nam Mr. FinlayV; aud wanted to purcbaso. LARGE GIN BOTTLES; also, PINT BOTTLES. JOHN O'BRIEN. ? Imperial Hotel. . H'oticc. ANY PERSONS TRESPASSING or INTER ; FERtNG with mv FENCES in BACK BANGALORE PADDOOIi after this date, will be PROSECUTED without any respect to persons. ' . W. P. FAITHFULL. Sprinflficld, J'tno 20tli. >. FUJtfERAIi. THE...

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

f: ; 1 j: Coroner's,-Inquest. ' ' Yesterday morning" ail inquest was held before A. M. Betls, Esq., coroner, touching the cause of death of ,an .infant ohild,j, 11 months old, son of Mr;' James'Kennedy, Goldsmith-street. From the evidonoe of'.the child's mother, it appenred deceased ; had always been ailing from iliisi birth. 4 Housed fr.eiquentiy have, fits-in; fwtf ^eyory;"iiight.» When suffering from these attacks of con vulsions, he would scream and brenthod only with great difficulty." Ho "bad the' lnBt attack on Saturday night, about 8 o'clock, but aftorwards went to sleef), and romainod quiet lip till about half-past 12. Ho then woke up, but was again put to sleep .by. the mother, who also wont to sleep atjthat, time.' She did not wake up till seven o'olook nest morning, when, on, looking at decoaaed,.he' waB lying as iif: asleep. She called herilius bandj '"and then' saw- the \baby ' was Jdendi' B!e had not'moved at all from his pillow, and was exactly as she had left him, s...

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

A. BUSHMAN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER ?(Nearly opposite the Itoyal Hotel), Auburn-street, Goulburn. First class workuinnBliip. Charges strictly mode. ' rate. City Clothing Hall. L. MANDELSHON 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 coma to Goulburn for SADDLES and HARNESS; and when you find-it tell everybody wbere it is; talk I about it; ding it ia their ears ; make a regular song of it, eo that tboy can't forget it, Tell them to I REMEMBER 1 REMEMBER REMEMBER KENNEY THE SADDLER, OOTJLBXJKylSr. You can overt Disease and Death amongst your Hoisoa, Sheep, and Cattle if you will Remember Kenney the Saddler, GOULBURN, For ho is A omit roit Mr. POTTIE's CELEBRATED HORSE, CATTLE, and SHEEI' MSDICINES. EES 3SS E5 M 33 B OFFICES TO LET. |-< -AJPIPKiSNTICES T-AJCEN. It Kenney the Saddler, Goulburn. LEOPOLD WEISSBEKGER Hy ROYAL ^^^^^AUTHORITy MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS, And ? o Wri...

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Handsome Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

. Handsome(Presentation. Mr. D. R. Kenano, late post and tele graph master at Burrowa, who wnsreoontly romovedto Oobor tq take ohargo of t&eVew' oflioa theroi is about to be presentod with a '-magnificent gold Waltham ,\vatoh,. and .chain;: ?Mr. Kennhe made;1' many frieDds whilst at J3urrowa, and bis 'removal1 to a-new sphero i of duty was muoh regretted by thorn, ^n I presenting him with this handsome' -'gift, whioh has boon liberally . subscribed for by nil olassos of persons, bis. admirers feel^tliat tbey .aro .doing- an act jwhioh will >' Tbo ? thoroughly..endorsed by all who havej known Mr. iKon'ane, vwhose, popularity) was itho result of a striot attention to duty, and a courteous, obliging .manner'in the.disoharge. of those obligations attached-to-his position;

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YASS. TUESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 22 June 1881

YASS TUESDAY EVENING. At the police court to-day, before Mr. Yates, Daniel Elias Thompson, for having been drunk and disorderly, was fined 10/, or 48 hours in goal. Mary Sunderland, on three different   charges, was fined 80/ in all, with the option of six weeks' imprisonment. At the A. P. nnd H. Society's meeting to-day, Mr. Brown objected to the schedule being printed at the Tribune office without authority.,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney, Herald.) FENIAN OPERATIONS IN AMERICA. LONDON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

7 i;'i .I'V.-JF? A -{From tht Sydney', Herald,'):':V: RL1 FENIAN OPERATIONS IN'AMERICA , ., . ' LONDON, Juno 20J ', t In itho ? Iiouso; of Oommonsy to-day,'aqueE tion .'was put to tho .Qovornaient ns to the truth. of. vt li o.-8tatempotornado j by^tlio rljaily - NowSj'.ou .fcLoil7th;in&to^^^ , the Stntos^amhori-' ^tieVi'ta'adjivbaGntf!^^^ off Gladstone, on boh<'lf of the Govommout, confirmed 1J10 report in question, «»d Mated that it wris quite tiuo, and that comuiuuica tioiis ^enveon tbo two Govm.nnieiita were, passing on tbo subject.

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tlicn; anil wlint'» ilie news V'~Ktnt/ John, Small-pox scare at Murrumburrah yester day. The escort loft Temora on Wednesday with about 13000 ozs. Seven hundred millions of oranges ore consumed in London yearly. . The offices of the Department .of Mities are to bo removed to the Garden Palace. The second session of the fifth Synod of the Diocese of Sydney commenced on Tues day. The roads to Temora are in a deplorable state, loaded waggons along- the road being bogged up to their bod. Several washings from reputedly good claims at Temora have not come up to ex pectations. . . A man named William Craig was killed at Temora on Monday by a tree falling on him. Mr.'E. Siggs senior, of Pejar, is dead, aged ?3. i The funeral takes place on Friday (to-morrow). Mr.; Way, curator of the Botanic Gardens, Toowoomba, died on Tuosday from conges tion of the lungs. A boy named Thomas Mackay, aged four years, cliGd nt Lake Albert, near Wagga, from burns recoived through fall...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 21. Before.Mr. Yates, P.M. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

; .' . ,3CASS HlNBWS. - (FROM OUIT OOUMTSRONDNUT). POLICE-COURT. TUESDAY,-JUIFB 21. * , ' BOFORO.Mr. Yates, P.M. DRUNK AND DISOKDEHLY. ;/'.Daniel Elias Thompson was ohargod ..with being drunic and disorderly on thov previous aipht ia,Oooma-streot:» i ; ?>;vn-.i Defendant1 pleaded guilty. : :. ?rw? LsncQ-corporaPNagliton.' stated 'the';oir "ouuiBtnnoea.of the case, and 'said, ho! was a strnnger.to.the police^n Yassi ;; , 'i , . - The:accused was fined 10/-;or 48' hours in gaol. The accusod asked what had become of his two pound.notes: that weredn;.hiH ipocket? 'He had 'those . two' pounds: -when-- hoK-was arresiod. ? " . ..,?,?? < . The arresting oonstable said' that all tho * aocuaod had.on him*whenr arrested;, wore two pieces of brown paper rind a'match box. | ; , DRUNK. | , I ' Mnry Sun d ei'land' was 'ohargod with boing I drunk in Oooma-street . on the previous | night! _ ' i '1 1 i , " V |: Vhoro wasj a second i ohargo >against the l acouaed of-using obsooDe lan...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. Before Messrs. H. H. [?]ss, W. CONOLLY, and C. S. ALEXANDER. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

I QOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. Messrs. H.. H. Yoss, W. CONOLLY, uud 0. S. ALEXANDER. < ? . ? ? 'AHSAULT. Thomas .Cunningham was charged with having, assaulted liobert Prunlilin. Defendaut did not appear, and service of summons havingjbeen proved by constable Drummond,- the. bench decided to issue a warrant for his apprehension. . ... ILLEGALLY TBE8HAS8ING ON OROATO LANDS. John.Bates appeared,ou the charge of cut ting timber on Orovyn lands near Marulan, on ;tho 13th June. ? , Plea1, not'guilty.. .i'.,Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant. Constable Agassiz deposed : I am Crown lands'.'bailiff for the district of Marulan ; on 'tlio 13th instant I saw the defendant en gaged in stripping bark and trees on Govern ment lond, near the Wollondilly River, in the parish of Eden Forest, eight miles from Marulan ; I asked defendant" if ho had a license; ho said "No;" 1 asked him was ho aware that he was cutting timber on Govern ment ground; ho said " STes; I kno\y ovory in...

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Parish Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

f.'s -. ,Parishy Roads:" ; >; y,\ '$/$} 1 Deviations*rroad,'from thosOrent Southe*rn"Roail (noar^;Ynsa', .through tlieVll-' loga of ? Gundarob, itoyath'olroadsfromjlQ!a6an-5 beyan1 to.iOolluotor," parisheB^r^Xiiualtandj (NoranglOjioquntlQs1 of j'Murray;ntidyKmgfJn' ^liQulbf.pni'ts'ofllroadjprovioi^ ^QoVern men t> Q-¥ze't te ^of,i8t$»JQ^ Lamb (John Barrett, occupier),reserved roads, It.' Furlong, Crown land,' Thomas Bootb, JTaua river, Crown land (boiog n village re serve), Charles Alphonao Massy occupier; plan, &o., lodged at tlioGhmdnroo police, office,>-Bo«d''"from Young via Womhat to Murriniboola (Murmmlnirrah), couoiios of Montoagle and Harden^ passing through Crown lands and reserved roads, and pro perty of D. G. Je)lmim ; ond.,.Commissioner for Railways; plan, &c., lodged at the police olficeS;?Yiiinig and Murrumburrah, Part of the row! from Honkingtown to Braidwood, via lJallalaba, ithrough 'Fi N.; Rossi's (now 1\ Shanahan's) 1436 acres, parish of Tht...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

WEEICX/X- OALBN33AW.; I DnyV Woik, SUNDAY Monday Tuesday >. Wcdiiutidny Thursday,. Friday,. Saturday., , MOON'S PHASE. :? New Moon,27<h Juno, 12.8 n.m. Dny of Sun rites. Bun solii. Mcon't' Month. li. m. li, ,1x1. i- Age. ; Juno 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 A 56 i&61 j 4 57 4 67 4 .17 4 67 4,58 22 days 28 do 24 do:, 25 do ? 20 do 27 do 28 do

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