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The Late Massacre at the South Seas. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
The Late: Massacre at .the ,South Seas.v ^>|.^he^ollowin^1myor.tttnt:-irtole(ifram?!'liaB; bo0nrrecoivod from Lieutenant-commanding' '.King, .ofV.H.-jMviiSohooner Ronafri r~Glad;! stone tolls mo.fthat'tke" loftdep'^ offtlio ^party" :wbioli murderod : Lioutonnnt.; Bower-; and. boat's crow of; H. M. S. Sandfly has boon ^exeoutodjoitothe:' sito of:,tho)imuVder,:im'tlie; presence of' orer: a hundred' natives that tho othor ;rnurdorors . hn'd csoaped' into,, tho ^buBb^but1 that:the? chief's sbn'was :-holdvas ^oslage.Mfor: -thoir; capture'.''* Since.-rjthon, !&VthoVnu\ivo?nauiod,.?-;U'toiauauV!-i has: been caupht, who is the man who, actually mur derod ? Lieutenant' Bow,or; he: . too :'.will, :bo executed on the site of tho . mnrdor.'.^Lieu*. tToVaW^owof,8^kulli:^.wayob,ynDdvroo8tVof. \he arrnVha^vo^hooVrreopvoro^ 'and nre'/.now, on, their way to Sydney. '
Permitted to Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
Permitted to. Purchase. It ia notified that tho ^persons mentioned in the ..subjoined". list will bo porraittod to purchase, under the 2nd clause of the Lands .Acfs-AmGndmerifc Aoti.of ,1875,, und tho,8fch' ?repealed*ol'uu80'.:of th'o'Orown.Lands Aliena-' tion Act of i86l, respectively, the portions of improved ,Iaud speoifiod against their !namfisv:~Frauk Gowley, ,262 aoros 2 roods;' parish Boreo, county Olarondon/Bothungra' run, Oootamundra district; Messrs. Danger and McDonald,&lt;)129' aores, parish-Claris;' county Clarendon, Wantabadgery ivin, Gun-' dagak* district; .Messrs.;:, Knox,;.Buchanan; and Gilohrist,; j60 pacros, parish; Murro'o,' county'jWallaq0,DiyfElain rub;i;Ooouia die triot; M. Harnofct, 191 acres, parish Wool ]lumlo,! county! ^Beresford; /R'osebroolc; run,1 Gooma district,; Patrick Clifford,:CO acres, parish Bransby; countj' Boresl'ordj Bredbow I North run," Coomn district j Ben Marshall I Oaborne^two lots, 64 acres and?!248,nores 2 i .roods, iparifh.iGun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
?J*S : ! fTTOULD beg to remind his numerous customers in town and W ' country that he has just opened a very large and extensive assortment of LADIES', GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S in every description required for general and fancy wear. TruialtS have arrivedduring the last two months, and 1 ©O - 'jTrunltg hiore will come during the present month per " Dunbritton," .".Moravian," " Woollahra," and " Star of the Sea," which will comprise the best manufactures of England, .France, and Germany. . > . ' For ELEGANCE, QUAZI1Y, AND SUPERIOR WORK MANS HIP, I defy any house in the Australian Colonies to compare, as the whole of these Goods are MADE TO MY OWN SPECIAL ORDER. The following are a few of the leading lines Ladios' High Leg Glove Kid' Laced Boots ' Ladies' High Leg Glazed Kid Laced Boots Ladies' Extra High Log Glove and Glazed Kid. Laced. Boots' Ladies' Extra High Leg Glove and Glazed Kid Elastic-side Boots Ladies': HiglrLeg Glove and Glazed Kid; Elastic-side'Boots Ladies' Extra High...
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since world began, The f[?] tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, JUNE 23. SMALL-POX AND THE CHINESE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
.X'TJEXilSHED EVEN'S" | .&lt; : .Truthi ever lovely slneetlie world be/ran, v, . - I Tlio foocf tyrants and the friend of man.-Campbell. ;. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, JUNE S3. SMALL-POX AND - THE CHINESE IT haa boon decided by ,tbe authorities that there is'sufliciont ground for , believing thut ia'tlio'lnte outbreak of small-pox'it. has,been introduced into the colony by the Chinese immigrants recently arrived.' This, filthy and! deadly plague' is one of the penalties inflicted on a patient'long-suffering popula tion,in older'that an - avaricious'and grasp*' ingring of capitalists may* be premitted to import' what is in reality a class of slave labourers to cocpete -with? free European labourers, and, perforce, grind" the: latter down to the same level.] iOnoj of these men ooolly informs the public that''. Chinese labourers, in their ;own .country, work for about twopence per , day, and , this fact, it seems, renders their presence so extremely desirable in this colony.' Ho estima...
The Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
" The Aboriginals. J iThe .S.A; ? Register, gives lho . following interesting.'particulars . of the' census in relation, to. the nboriginil inhabitants of tho colony' of ' South Australia " l'ho oenau9 roturnR of aboriginals in our settleddistricts for 1881 show the somewhat surprising result of it large increase as compared with tho fiifuroH of the census of 1870. The total thumbeivthisyear is 5628, exclusive' of1718 in that portion of the Northern Territory for .which ^approximately correct statistics, have "b')6n obtained, the inorea'se since* ,lthe cousus of 1876 being 1675. The preponderance 'in the number of males over that of i'emnles has 'continued in nearly .tho,,sume ; proportion' dnrin'g those' iivo^ years, the totals boirig i now-males, 3189 'j .females, -2439 and in i 1876_-r*malo3i ,2203. ;, tfemnleai .;1750, Tlio i increase in1, the recorded'aggregate of tlio I natives is/ of course,; to-bo attributed to' the J extension of tbo limits of, settlement am)'| ;',the migrn...
Religious Instruction in Public Schools.. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
I Religious; Ini5tructiori in Public Schools., The followinitnotificfttionflppflors in Tues day's Government 'Gazette of Public Instruction, Sydney, 161b Juno, 2831. TfiefoHowinK-reRulations "under"tlio! Public Instruction Act of 18B0, have been, morle by IlisExonllenoy the Governor, with the ndvice of the Executive Oounoil, in ac cordance; with the 37tlj'section of tho Act. John Robertson. ,, 1. Tho general religious teaching for Vhioh provision is madojn 7th section of tho Public Instruction Act, 'shall bo that contained ill tbo books of lossons, inoluding the scripture lessons,'oompilod and published under the authority of the Commis sioner of NationalEductitian in Ireland, that is to any-First book of lessons,' soo md book of lessons, sequel No. 1 to tho second book of lessons,- sequel'No. 2 to tlie soennd 1 book of lessons," thivd'book of lessons, fourth book nf lessons, supplement to the fourth book of lossons. Scripture lossoris, Old Tostinjent, No. 1 ; Seoripture lessons, Ol...
Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
Narrow Escape. A soa of Mr.. JJrownliill, manager of 'the Joint Stock Bnnk"Goulburn,4iad a narrow ..egoapo'last evening from^whafc, Blight have "ended in;a sorious accident. i!He was riding, in tlio vicinity of Mr. D. Konnedy's, at the top of Clifford-street, when in crossing a gutter, which is tBore, ho; ,was thrown /ijbar his horse, bat fortunately for Iiirri-and"for the Corporation too, porbnpa-he only received'a feWj cuts an(d"brui8es. r/ j'Vv
Important Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
N' Important Decision. | *'-. An important decision was given on Tuos i day, at the Water Polioet Court by Mr. Marsh, .,T\£.E.M.; wbilot presiding Jn- tlie Soahll' Debts' 'Court. ?' &lt; It' appeared," that,1 on ilie.' 7th";inatnnt Dr. Lawrio sued Miss jHall; irif the",Small,'Debts Courtjfpraldttbt alleged to bo duo,and obtained a verdict.. As lliof defondarit did not solisfy , the claim a ,writ 6f ^i'i/iii-was-iasuodj' under .-winch the bailiff 'seized upon severalArticles,supposed to T^e Miss-Hall's proporty,' including ^ewing inaohine, - .. which she '.hadj'obtniriod^froni.! Messrs. Fnrleigh Netlhiem, and O0.7 of Gfj, Kihg-streBtn,^gsti ;undor. tliG^tiroerpaymont isyatem.PATWe 'had^onr^'paid 16/- on 'this 'machine, nnd^ its1"value,"Bocording to the iBgrepment'i)etwopnit!lie'.partieoir! was £8 10/. ?.MeVBrsi 'Parleighj'Npttheim, and Go;, so.uglit to restrain the plaintiff from selling it. To prove tlieiriclaim to tlio maohine, they prq duoBdUhBagr'ee'ment'iwhiohihadibebhon...
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
MASS: WILL Bit G FA, IS Bit AT IW AT 0 XQOULBOBN DISTRICT. Jane 29-Feast of Saints Peter, and Paul, Holi ; day of Obligation, Gurrundab, . i " 20-Tflrnlnn, Marulan, Boro, , a Jgly 3-Grabbin Gullen Spring Valley, Broad albano. 10-.Tsra!KO,. Lii'(»Rnn. BIummoM, Confirmation at Rts. I'otor and Paul's Cathedral, Ooulbm n, Sunday, 3lst July, OltOOKWELL DISTRICT; Juno 29tli, Wednesday, (Holiday of;- Obligation}, Mrs, Pennington'*, Binda. , . YABS MISSION, Gaodaroo, Sunday, June'26 " ' &lt; ' IHonlonR, Sunday, Joly 3 - Guvning, Sunday, July; 10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THIS WEEK. t) if RILEY BROTHERS' Boys' Suits. ,4s. lid. 4s. lid. 4s. lid. Boys' Trousers .. .. 3s. 6d. " " 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS, 4s. lid. Ri&E Y BR0TKBBS HAVE THE Largest and Cheapest Stock 03? BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING f © V ta W 0 OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS OTEEIOTBECQATS AEE rNEIyALLE:D 0VEE ovbecoats Quality, Material, and Style. OVERCOATS [Fifteen. Oases; of WINTER OVERCOATS, various OVERCOATS Qualities aiid Prices, opened this Week, OVERCOATS comprising: MUNSTERS, ULSTERS, OVERCOATS CHESTERFIELDS, &c. OVERCOATS WINTER HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. WINTER WINTER WINTER MEN'S MERINO SHIRTS, from la. 3d. HOSIERY ARCTIC SHIRTS and PANTS, 3s. Gd. MIAN'S MERINO PANTS, from la. Ud. SHETLAND MURING SHIKI'S and PANTS HOSIERY MEN'S MERINO JJ A LIT-HOSE. from Od. MEN'S LAMBSWOOL HALF-HOSE, from Is. CARDIGAN JACKETS, from Gs. 'Jd. HOSIERY ' CHINA MATTING, 1 yard wide gfd. CHINA MATTING, yari wide 9fd. CHINA MATTING, tt yard wide 13£d,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
fcr THE COMING EVENT: OJM881I j&f > MECHANICS^NSTITUTE, WEDNESDAY . OTTO , ,JUNE..22ND. 1881. niV-^ln .? First nppoarntico in Goulbum of |(ho world . ".ronownod and only n (SEVEN, IN NUMBER) \ »ApiREC#MOM jmSRICA. , ' tliA* only /Company ^of l&lt;Tio kind svei' seen in\this country. , Introdaciugj the FamousAmoricaiuPiainsfc :tacBfii;r' E&avfiifi staled tlio Piai^WqndorJ.,, .>? OOMBIN^pjl WITH ' TOHIOH IS T^E| WORLD'S GRAND 'Otitis1!. 'Olfte,!. '" ? TO THE AMOUNT'OF To bo given away'during our stay in your -p"srt1 ^v;,s'r>4(Js^«5i; -'Gity^s^Ki ,,i". >(Valuedat £100Kc^ail), g^rr'Wo 'import all1.our..''IettdingN GIFTS: direot. from, America,''henoe our ability to. make, suob liber&l distributions to our audience. , - * > , , ? r - i *M#-In order ^to enhanoe tho merits of tliis' ." 1 COLOSSAL ENTERTAINMENT, the Management; will-JgivO'away'' (froo 'of cost) on ??,..??? ??.!.. TO-IIGIT! : 1, , THE FOLLOWING 1" VALUABLE;" AND ."USEFUL 1 ' Pre...
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. ' ,&lt; SYDNEY,, TUESDOY.. On the wharves to-day prime green lucerne i ip'Bellini; at £3to £3 10/;. medium sam i plea'/£2:10/- to £2"15/- per ton; ii'fair supply of hay arriving, and prime samplos in fair request; maize firmer,- at 2/6 to 2/8 per busliol; oats, 2/6 to 2/9 per bushel;; Warrn /ombobl'potatoes;'£4 5/; New Zealand do, £4 5/; Circular Head do, £5 por ton ; Vic torian onions,^£1.0 > .10/; do chaff, £5 5/r 1 to £5 10/- por,ton, bags, includedbutter, in kog, 1/- to' 1/6'por lb ; eggs,'1/0 per doz.; f bacon, ;4dto 7d ; cheoae, 4d to 8d ; liam, 9d , tovlOd ;> horiey', 3d to$d:; ,lard,v3d to 5d; beeswax, 9d to lOd per lb ; millet brooms, 9/- to 10/- per doss.,. , , r, , ? : ' ' ' WHEAT MARKET.. There have been no large arrivals of wheat, either" by'sea or train, during the ?week.. There-aro yot fair;'stocks bold, by millers, and .speculators and &lt; prices : ore 'steady.' 1 Our quotations' for Victorian and Launceston , are nomi...
Chinese Surgery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
Chinese'; Surgery. .w - A^Te'oenfc'issue^ofvH'vOaliforniari'-piipor states that a Chinaman came to San Fran cisco to be treated far a largo tumour, situ ated on the left side of the neptr,'; directly under the chin. A Chinaman who pre tBcdedAto' haV0"a&lt; praotioals, kuowledga [of medioine nnd sui'gbryj'wBsliutroduoed to ,the siolc maD, and guaranteed to cure him - for i50( dollars, reooiving 10 dollars : in ndvanco., Tha'prefcended physician, after looking' Jnt' tho tumour,'oalled for a razor, and mado a; lnn^ doop gftBh in the excrescence, cutting;; entirely through it, and partially, through I the; throat!of bis patient, severing the carotid I artery. . The patient expired almostirietantly. [ The Chinese !'.' dootor,^, thoroughly fright l.ened at lhe awful consequences of his lMsh i aotj lied immediately from, the place, and .has not been arrested, although the deteo v tires havVbeeu bbnetaritly on hia traolt. I ? ,y ?. i' -it > v h' >! r ? . ? *
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
.. TUB PnopjiiETons os BE8:to' annonnoo (hut witlf-tho HI5QINNINQ of tho N EXT QUARTER-1ST JULY, OF THRILLING' INTEREST, AND FOUNDED 'ON PACT , WILL BE .COMMENCED, AND AN INSTAL :r . . ., MENT OF IT . i(,- j G=Sr Now;;?Subaorilj0rs will', oblige???? by! Wuiitfed i Hand Pnity. OA MP ot Cliiiey's, Braid wood Bond. ^ COOK (or n Baud I'nity. Apply at tho Wanted ii Gitooiir. AT the Imperial Uolcl, a COMPETENT Wanted IN COOIC. / EMANUEL, Lausdowne. ^ GOOD PLAIN COOIC. Apply to Mkb. S. . Wanted KNOWN that from £5 to £1000 may bo obtained ori good security. Apply (o \V. RUTLAND, Auctioneor, Australian Auction Blurt, Auburn-st. For Sale, K/~V/V FINE-WOOLLED EWES, In Lamb to Puro-bred Rams; warranted sound, young Sheep. P. FABRELLY, - Yarraman, Bigga. "piBST PRIZE OANAB1E3. For Sale, fABlES. D. OLEABY, Goulburn. To liCt, TWO COTTAGES in UNION-ST. North Goulburn (together or sepa rata), suitable for Public-bouse or Board ing-bouse. Apply THOMAS MORAN, ? Auburn-street. To liei» A HOUSE and GROU...
Singular Effects of Insanity. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
Singular Effects of Insanity. A singular case of mental disease is |re pbrted by:!fl New, Zealand paper-that of-a female patient; in a lunatio>;asj>liim.. She was-r admitted'shortly before (Christmas, ifromitliei'couDtry, her reason fhavitiK given \v»'y tfirough' dome'stio'linfeliuity/ 'and" under eiruumstance9 of a peculiarly trying charac ter. During the whole of the above period she has never spoken a single word, and the; only movement of her . body, as she lies ion her pallet is the ceaseless tossing, day and lAight^'ofih'er hoad'pn'tho pillow./i' If left! to ilior own devides'shp would did of^ voluntary inanition, and Blie "is' lcept "alive by small quantities of milk being forced through the olenohed teeth. As time rolls on, the. rest-: loss tossing of the head is beoomiug more feeble incite, manifestfttions; ^and the ipoov woma'tfmust ultimately suo'oumb to.exhans tioo.???'?The oase has completely baffled "me'dioal skill, and is one rarely met withiin medical experiono...
SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
SELECTIONS. The following selections wore taken up at tlio undermentioned land offices'on Thurs day last: Oooma.-Henry and John Seears, 100 acres,,,county Wellesoy, parish Tronmongie ; Mary Smith, 102 acreij l'rood, county Beros ford, parish Oallaghan ; Mury Peters, 80 aores, section 21, county Wollosley, parish Bunparby; John , Crisp, 100 acres, couniy Wallace, parish Jimenbuon; Lawreuoe Joseph Harnett and Patriok James Clifford, 40 acros, county Beresford,parish Oallaghan; Oharles Frederick Pryce, 140 acros, Gordon ; John Montague, Coynaa, 58 aores, couniy Beresford, parish Montague; Lucy.Kopmau, 80 acres, county Beresford, parish Micalago j William. Crisp, 200 acros, couuty Wallace, parish Jimenbuon Hugh Gifford Pryce', 60 acres, couniy Wallace, prrish Wullwye; Sarah Reynolds, 100 acres, county Wallace, parish Adaminaby; Archibald Reynolds, 120 acres, section 21, county Wallace, parish Adaminaby; Charles Williamson, 180 aores, county Wallace, parish- Townsond ; Alfrod Reed, 520 a...
VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK V. CHAPTER V.—THE HERO OF SADOWA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
I.1.,:,.., . . - -r-v-Yr A h E E I-1' A Y-Ii M-B li . I BY'THE AUTHOB'OF MOUTOK IIODBE, . BOOK V. .CHAPTER -XRIN''HBRo OF BADOWA; rr/ r.- "f8(or music," suid Alix, "I thiuk you ix As jniglit know a little more about thai, and bo .&'/> ^lilWo inpEeiliboral-but,-for the others, I am euro you can do thorn all quite as well as P/~|kp^r08fc tof us; For my part,'l am very Oi v eorry tUat such .a fit-of modesty has: seized &! oi,::you ji>for.Ii liked you better when you didn't lioep in the background," " Humph'!" said Eugene-mollified in spite,of himself, 'He .amused : himbolf for some time then, .1,1;; by playing with oue of Iior-spools; and, after he had liedat least a dozen- knots in the thread, aDd broken, each one of them off, ho tossed it back into her work-box/ and inquired what she was doing. .'Not very h^ucb," she answered, | "I am only making,.a sling for the wounded arm of our hero> of Sadowa, See! I have . made it out of* the Austrian colors in com plim...
Brutal Assault on an Old Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
,.4;J ,:V> V.vr;'?? Brutal Assault on an Old'Woman".'* . 1 At the police court,, on Tuesday (reports 'tbo;;AIbury«»Daoner),Ja manrncimecl Alexander owar:; was ohcrged*\witb' jju'nlawfully^ * and 'maliciously] /assaulting..,'; Mrsi!: .'Douglas, of '?Lystor^Gnp? ?-'Tllo proseoiitrixfin: this:Vase.is . a feeblo old " woman, . who. sheltered Mrs. Pumpa, the viotinrof tho^.Tinderaatnurder,- ; and who still retains- the child of thorinir dered woman. ; Mrs. Doug-Ins when she ap poarod in .court on Tuesday presented a terrible npperaanoe, her face : having; been, bruised and -battoredi;in; the ;: most .brutal.' manner. ^Dr^A^drawsr.^eftpBodjto^haTj^t: f oxainined'heri when11 ho'- found'd wountl one11 inoh long behind and above tho loft ear, , anothor-wound halfj-an^inqliivlpjhpf ovorjithq#;; right eyoj both eyes .blaokVnod^a numb'er i.of bruises orii tho'hond,'.'face; arms, shoulders, .1 buck, and one on'tlie ribs-just'-below tho loft 1 breast.- The patient'AvaSj ajso^suffering'^a-;] po...
Crookwell Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881
Ovookwell Public School. The following momo..liB8 been i-ocoive'diby. Mr, Myors,. M.P.j from the Department of Public Inflt/uotipn&lt;(«tthe, proposed increased aooomm^dnti.on iat .the (aboyo? school]:--Otij the 17th1 . February'-Ifiat;)tllo'-Architect for; Public Soho'ola -srns instructed to prepaid tho necessary plans and specificationa'for], o,c]ass room to accommodate 50,pupils, and; for re moving the partition .separating tho *present school-room Mfrom^.the.;: existing., olass-ropm. Hei lias nof/how.everj yet^done so. ',On tlib l3th'of tliis. month' a.further communication: was addressed to him, pointing out that the matter- is daily becoming more:pressinffj-andi -urging thnt; tlio oase may'bb"dealt with witlr hh liltlo furthor delay as possible. No cor-' iv'spondenoet has- been, repGivedyroapooting the inadequaoyjof.ithb.jpijGS^t 'aohobl^uild- j tags previous to'February last. Bry:'