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The Bishop and the Bookmaker. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

;; The Bishop, and the Bookmaker. , A'Victorian, 'paper gives . ;tbq.,jfpIlo\vin.sr^ characteristic story;On; bnoj:of; bisl recent ofiioiiil tours Dr. Moorhonse, the Anglican; Bieliop of Melbourne, bad- the exquisite pleasure "of occupying tho next sent to Mr. Joseph Thorn pson,: tho " Levin than!,' bcjoh. maker, whatever this designation may mTsart. In front of his lordship stood a gor ROOUS pie, of such ? inviting appBaranoo as to . uttraofcjnquirios from-all'parts <of ;, the-. table as jfctftitai contents'.^ ^ I'lU eoe,''.|T quoth it he ifbhh6^'BB^bb»doftIr''»in8orted4tho.'' blade) of '/ngigyxif^ntb, lthp'orwp. .pa^ii^; ^.but, boforo^ ?ho'Cyuldiraiso the oru&t,"thG'bwjQWGllad'iiurid-r of.hisinoighbour on his coat-aloeve restrained ..Wtffij'j-wttila'' a high-pitched, voioe, with a strong nasal twang, was hoard* to exolaim .'Hold hnrd, my lord, I'll lay 5 to 1 no one names it." '! Tableau. ''v 'i i - i, s \'fi , (jU \ ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Indiscriminate Ringbarking. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

^.---Indiscriminate Ringbarking. ? The Oondobolin correspondent of the ,-3?orbes Times writes, complaining of. tho ?enormous waste of timber going ou in that neighbourhood owing to tho system of ring barlcing, which is being generally = adopted' by [the'-Grown,lessees;; 1 He sajs thati i" all tlie large pih'G9 about here, the most useful of our forest trees for building purposes, ^aro .being rung indiscriminately, and !very ' "shortly it will be impossible to get trees for any purpose exoepting for firewood. A'few ^.yoars ago:woji«d any quantity of finelargo ipitjes tho lqcalL eawj milos have thinned a ^good many of them'out, but tho ? timber has been put to a practical and beneficial use ; whereas, tbo ringing of. oveiy seed-bearing free to.prbvent'the growth of future forests is an injustice in more ways than one--it ^affecffl both the climate and tho rainfall,'and "robs tho country of; a native produot which ?.is i indispensable to its material progress." ijOn' tho otherp hand, a...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

Insoly.encyv. A single mooting in tlid insolvent estate of' Patrick Murphy, was hold in the court house,, yesterday, boforo -Mr., Toss., , In'sol -veutwas ;Cnllod,; hut did not appear, an'dn .postponement; was applied*'ifor- by lliis Bolioitor,1 l)nt wbb refused. Mr. Gannon ap peared for Mr. Oliss. Gillesjjie, who proved a debt of £51 6^3.rt ;Mt\|Oartpr proved' debt^ for which judgrnont' h'nd been ohtained William Herman, Sydney, £,48 3/7 ; Biley {BrotheW.'£67/;- 3/7. , b Other debts. proved .wem-lriSnooh ' Taylor s'an'd ,? Oo:,v £68 5 1/6'; Messrs. Hunter; and'i Co,',': £08;; 7/-bothVof Sydney. No directions were given, and the mooting closed. . . ,v ..... .

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The American Serenaders [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

The: American* Serenaders . .. Played to, a very good, bouso. last.ni^kt. .We may, also state; that;,tb8jontertaiiiment was well and deservedly appreciated.. The jokes of the corner men were! original and striking-, whilst tbo songs rendered b3r thorn were capital. ;Tbo piano was brilliantly per formed ,on i by,: Mr.;* Henri Davios, 'and| all through the entGrtniri'menc w'ns'of analure which fairly entitles it to a large share of patronage. > . - ,

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Accepted Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

Accepted Tenders. The tender of William Webb to, complete the improvements at the North Goulburn llecrealion-ground, for the sum of £09, within ooo month.-The tender of Alex ander Fairley to make gates and wiokets for same recreation-ground for the sum of £19 within 14 days.

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The Goulburn Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

./. The Goulburn ®orough .Council; J ./ ; Mot last night. Tliore wore present tho Mayor ? and v Aldermen Horn, MoOonnol), Osborne, Hawkins, Wombey^arid'' Taylor. Amongst others; (he follbwiiig resolution Vas carried-"Thatin order to secure the effectual ? removal of all dangorous^nuiannpes and,,flie cleansing of dwinsj- aud yards'. requiring i.llie', same, . the-improvem'eti t'oommil too' are' here-' by authorised to accompany tho inspector of nuisances, and together orotberjwise inaltoo. careful inspection oE the borough'and.adopt suoh measures as they may deem nocessary ti»'onforce. tho Act, 31 Yio.-, No. 12,vand the Nuisance Prevention Aot of 1875!'' ? The following resolution, re tho vrntqt-eupplyi ? was also carried That opplioation-s-bG made to tho (Joloninl Secretary for a plan of ^tho .Goulburn water:pupply,wTvith a'descrip .tioaVof the ? outlines,, of ..the: wateri'resWvGiJ.'t q

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE STEAMSAIP DORUNDA. SUEZ, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

THE STEA.MSAIP DORUNDA. SUEZ, June 20. The Britieli-Iudia Company's steamship Dorunda Bailed to-day, for tlio Queensland ports. -

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Novel Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

A Novel Idea. Some people go in for originality, -y^os terday, the .public, of G-oulburns had . their 'curiosity aroused by the modo of procedure: adoptGcl,i]3y:tlio,,Amorioan..Soreriadoi;s; to;a"d«S t Ayortisajtlieii'.entortdmmontbv Drawivthrougtp : . tljfo^stroets by Vn^.of ^ur, city ^Jeliusj/ wh(>say, was ^mployi3d'?of"tllo^ouBMi^ja^'tOo8tiiT^ ; tho Concordia,Band, a parade* wn's rande^ of ' the principal streotfi, .and) bills,b'f> thafcq'in-'; pany^s performance were placed at tho several . houses of busineaV in towu. ' Outside tno£t of ? the establishments a holt Avns.mnde,.and after; some airs; wore plnye'd the party moved 'aheHd"followod: by" n' youthful crowd"who seemed to be delighted with the iden, enjoying tho nffair immensely,jandiexprGss^ .ing ??their satisfaction in'' the usual noisy, manner. . : \

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

I OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. | FROM GHEVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OTJR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. E. M. Meyer pleaded guilty at the police court, to-day, to a charge of aolliog illicit spirits. Ho was fined £100. The fine was paid. A lodger at the Great Northern Hotel, in Charlotte-place, named Thomas Craig, a broker, threw himsolf out of an upstairs bedroom window this morning while sufter ing from the effects of drink. ' He died shortly after being taken to the infirmary. An inquest was held to-day, and a verdict of suicide returned. A deputation endoavourod to see Sir Henry Parkes to-day, in order to protest against the double line of tramway now being constructed in Oxford-utreet. The Premier wns out, and the Secretary of Tramways said he 'was powerless until Mr. Lackey'n return. The deputation then stated that unless the work was stopped until the reassembling of Parliament, they had determined to forcibly repist the work men, in order to test the legality of the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

LONDON. TUESDAY. ; . Tho third clause of the' Irish Land Bill has passed in committee of »lio House of Commons, Tho. Government haa adopted a very conciliatory tone in- dealing with the nionsuros. , ' The excitement at Marseilles lws greatly oal.med down.- No further disturbance is anticipated. Two hiindred art-eats have been.'made of persons who were concerned in tho fight last Sunday. . Tho, Grout caused much sensation throughout, the whole of Italy,? and was much commentod on in the press. An engagement has taken place between the troops: of tho Ameor and soldiers of ;Ayuob Khun, in -> Afghanistan. . Ayuob Khan'e forcea woro completely routed, aitor o short etrujrglo, with great loss. ' ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

COOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY; At the laud sole hero to-day, the alten danco was meagre ; six lots of 40 acreB each wore purohased by Messrs. Davidson and Eobertaon at the upsot price, and the other lots were withdrawn. j The people hero are scarood by repeated reports from Temoro, that small-pox exists at that township. There are now severe froala. ..

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MURRUMBURRAH. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

MURRUMBURRAH. WEDNESDAY Nianr, Inlenso excitement prevailed in town to-day when it booame known lliat a man named Dowsett, who has recently arrived herewith, bis wife and family, and roaidea noar the Public Bchool, bnd reported to Mr Biirnes, J.P., tliMt one' of his (Dowsett's) children was down with the Bmall-pox, Dowsett stuted that ho httd seen mauy oases of Bmall-pox, fiud was quite sure that his child's complaint was a decided case of this dreadful disease. The ODly resident medical man', Dr. MeDougtill, being absent in the country at ihe time (12 o'clock) considerable uneasiness was manifested by the towns people, the news having spread with "exlra ordinary rapidity. At 2 o'clock Dr. HcDou gall returned, accompanied by senior-con stable Jamos McGoo, Hnd at once visited the residence of Dowsett, which by this time was considered by many to bo infected; Oh examination, the doctor found the patient to bo suffering from moaslos, aud the small-pox scare was soon at an end. Mr. Thom...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

Funeral. THE friends of MR. RICHARD SIGGS, senior, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral,   which will take place on FRIDAY NEXT. The procession will move from his late residence, Pejar, at 7 o'clock a.m., and reach Goulburn at 1 o'clock.   JOHN KELLY, Undertaker.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 23 June 1881

DIED.       AT Pejar, on Wednesday, 22nd instant, MR. RICHARD SIGGS after six months painful illness. Aged 73 years.

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MURRUMBURRAH. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

. MURRUMBURRAH. THUUBDAY NIOIIT.. . At the police court to-day, ?? before S. j Bobinson, Esq. (police , magistrate), end Messrs. Campbell, Bobertson and Barnes, J'sP., G. 0. IC. Qrugeon versus Thomas B. Dillon: using a borao without consent. Ouso dismis3od.-Bobort Crawford voisus Jas. Hoopor, for wages ; verdict forjfilO 6/6. W. Spenoe v. Charlos and Henry Bennett, for wages ; verdiot for £16 1/10. In the Small Debts CourtBridget Prest v. Jobn Williams, for slander; verdict for plaintiff for £10 6/- nnd costs. John Williams v. Bridget Prest, for slander; verdict for plaintiff for £10 6/- and costs. Georgo and W. Slater v. Maber, for trespass, £10; Mr. Jordan for plaintiff; verdict for plaintiff for £3 10/. Bobertson v. Pritebard, for cash lent ; verdiot for amount claimed; as tho defendant was leaving the court, he made some remark to the effect that tho plaintiff was favoured. The police magistrate had Prichard brought back, and sentenced him to three months' hard labour in Young g...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. I (FFTOK GLTEVILLE's TELEGLLAM OL). AKDOUH (JTIIKII COLLHEBL'ONDKKXS.] SYDNEY. 1 TIIVKBDAT NIQIIT. Poultry Btealiqg WHS cnrriei on to a great \ exieut last week, when a large uutubtr of hirdB were stolon from Mr. Pemoll, and also Mr. Walter Bradley. Twenty pounds re ward is offered for the discovery of the thieves, ; , - , Tho Marine Board have suspended Cap tain Bache's certificate for 12 mouths for tho loss of tho Queen of Nations. A telegram from tho quarantine station to day [states that tbe patients are doing Avoll. Constable Cook suffered from cold only, and not from small-pox. Tho ship Clyde, with 32C immigrant, ar rived to-day from Loudon. Four young meu, charged with riotous conduct at tho late fatal, fight at Randwick, were dismissed by tho Water i^Hic'o"^ Court bench to-day on technical grounds.

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FIGHTING IN AFGHANISTAN. CALCUTTA, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

FIGHTING IN ? AFGHANISTAN." '.ri " '.-:; v.:' .! 0ALOTTXA/' J U DO 21... . Information hns boon roooivotrborb of an1 engagement wbiulifhas token plade botvtreori thu'troops" of tlie Ameor^Abdul Rahman,, and-the soldiers . of Ayoub Khan, The latter -were completely routed;after a eliort.. ugglpiiO! .>' "* »v**?'->?:.* AV.QUtJ,A0OjD)embepsi'of'> tho> |jolioo;force, :yaoqinittCod^id»^ii'6fldajf^b^^r^^p^dSon^j l "V,"tlQpfflP

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EXCITEMENT IN ITALY. ROME, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

<' EXOITEMENT IN ITALY^, , wi' "] J' ??' i Home, June 21; ;>. :? ,Tho events whioh bnvo taken ' place at Maraiilles "within tbe liiHt 'fow days have! caused much, sonsHtion, throughout Italj TheyJ form tke'aubjeot:of exuitod converso. tiou. on all sidosj und havo boeu muoh qom men'ted on in t&a Press.

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THE FRANCO-ITALIAN RIOTS. PARIS, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

. THE FRANCO-ITALIAN RIOTS. >" PABI8, JUUQ 21. : Tlib la! eat infprmation jfrom Marseilles' states'that tho oxoitalxiontvthere has nowj to' J a great extent/, calmeddowu, and; that no ' further disturbances are anticipated. Two hundrtdarrQsta'bavobeQiimndoofperaona who were oonoerned .in, the fighting whioh took place on (Sunday. , ." . ? ; .

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THE NEW BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT CONSTANTINOPLE. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

THE NEW BRITISH AMBASSADOR ; AT CONSTANTINOPLE. ; CONSTANTINOPLE, June 21. Earl;Duffonn, tbt) b»w British Ambassa dor nt tho Porto, arrived yesterday. He preaoritod his orodontials :to, th'o Saltan to dnyj utifl . wiiB received with marked courtesy by his/Mnjesty,?'who?:referred- m cordial tHrms ? lo ' the ancient friendship between Grout Britoiu arid;thej Ottoman Porto.-,: :

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