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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: FRIDAY, JUNE 24. STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

i>Mt|era, jfailjj I>UB3l.ISH:35r) ".EVEBY MOKJSrXJSTG 'Truth', over lovely linnatlio world began, 1 'X'lie Too of tyrants end the friend of mmi.-Campbell. GOULBURN:' FRIDAY, JUNE 24. STAMP DUTIES. OF all tho forms of' taxation which an impecunious Treasurer* could1 devise, there is 'none, perhaps, which causes'eo much annoy ance,; in proportion -to the'amount-realized by it, as tlio Stamp (.Duties. * 'An intricate I scale of lees is drawn up,'that would almost i puzzle a lawyer to understand, and every honost, though perhaps illiterate man ? who has any business,to. transact; is.?supposed;at .all seasons,'in all planes, to haveHhis tortuous list at his fingers-ends.' ; An error on one sido lays bim open to bo ilueced .by! au unscrupulous customer who may take ad vantage of an unintentional.infraction of the law oil his 'part to repudiate a just engage ment-an error on the other side may sub ject him lo a ruinous 'fine. " A simple com mercial transaction, .which could;bo:- effe...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CENSUS IN IRELAND. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

THE OENSUS IN. IRELAND. ^London, June 21. The census of Ireland lias boon coui ipleiod^ and allows the' total;'population'dp proximately to*f be f^lCOjODO, being a deo»OHB0, of a quurter of a million in tbe; population as given;at tbe oousua of: 1S71. '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Funeral of the late Mr. J. F. Kenny. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.' Funeral of the iate Mr. J. '¥.. Kenny.' The funeral of tbe'-Iato Mr. John Frnnois,' Eepny.: .ti)ok . plnc6f; yestordny.i UDd^WHs-rat-j tended by- a goodly Miumber of parsons. .The cw^carrivodvat the'Oathulio oemolery,! ? Goulburn, at obouy3; pah;;; arid: was:-met* byj .IhV^'EevivW'.v-B.crmioglianiy.'if.'.'vvho^ifendw.theSi biiriuli'faorvioei^Failibrsi Gallagher,1 and;0?Dwyor,'^i?iDRstbe,i;re8p.on8e8i.y{Oom-i| 1 pnrntivol^ ;fow4'9fii,!:tbailQtOi,.isMr.%'iEanny'B ? acquaintances-; hud heard? of' his - death, othorwia8s:-it]io?[funoralf;fwoiild|;;h'avo5bd0h'.a ivp'ry'dn'i'go {oneJ. S How.oveiv many residents of Goulburn and ,tho neighbourhood; whore tho derGBSod.ge'nuemari "had, uniil/'of JlatP, ? resided,^besides: several of.his relations from distant plnoos, were amonget those'who followed;,, his;> rom'ains,"-,'all .^ostifyiug ,thoir> ! doopiregretiati Mr. :;Kniiny!s doath,; nnd'their sioosre sympathy for his boroaved family. . U,.fA n * . ?. y &amp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney, Herald.) THE IRISH LAND BILL. LONDON, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

XiATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney, Herald.) THE IRISH LAND BILL. LONDON, June 21. SATISFACTORY progress iB. now being mads with the Irish Lund Bill, the third clause having' passed through committee in the Houso of'Coaiinons lust night. The Govern ment hus adopted a very conciliatory touo in dealing with the measure.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Omission. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

'J; Omission."," Our' p ~--i which' fiXilWJJ rUuUlO«lVJ.I*»Wl»MJ'|J.IUUiUB|^JL4.Ui|J;U.VUH,Mj,iifcAUi jas ho himself'in/oma^ua-^iriahu'montnl in '.running down, theVmonaipij ftonRaroo whioh fwnaSamoncat the'simn on tmitoooniuon. ? JLn

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

COOTAM.UNDUA NEWS. (FROM OUU COIUIBSPONDBNTO Tiib CHINESE QUESTION.-The inhabitants , o( Oootauiuudrauro in astateoffermeutanoiu tlau influx of Oliinoso and their passage thiough our pretty littlo town en route to Temoru. Wh liuve been scared sevoral times lately wiih reports from Temoni that Biual!-pox existed there ; happily tlieao re ports wiieu. .traced, to their source provod' fulsu. But on tlie arrival of tho coach here Just uight Coob and Oo.'s driver j-oported ft veritable: case to exist, "the party iu jooiod being a Chinaman, and that, tlio minors ui'o consequently much excited. ABjiuaisJis.--i'ho town Iibb put on quite a particoloured appearnnoe during the lt»st few days-aU the ? neighbouring tribo of blacks having appeared as it wero simul taneously, iu iJarlivr and Wallancioon sireats. I'll ey are here from tho Blaud, Gundagui, uud Tumut. iiniiWEitY.'-This building is going up rapidly, aud expeuta to brew the first Ooota inuudru boer ia August. . " HUXICIPALITV FOE COOTA...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Demon Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

- The Demon Drink ThomosiUmiL'.-JwJiii Jiua t'UeBn1>rGsicnng\ nc; fyhft'Gre alVNorti?ejpil'fip tel ^ij'Gliatlot'te^lrio'g,! 'Sydney, hnving^wln^ .Vffoots'of jfdi'in I: ,;j umpisd^from'f Kissed ropaij window,'Vu^(Hst'ano0^ojh^ iWBedfafim'oa^sltwna:

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

GOULBURN. BOllOUGrll it, uO, t'fy " t. i* > ni^n-V m, n Tub, usual fortnightly mooting of I . borough o'junoil jWaa^held on, .Wednesday evening. .1 , . ,u > 1 1 ' 1 t 'Preaenti'rrTho^Mayorinnd AldermeniHprii1, ilcGonndl;:iOsbbruG,!^MHawljiu8j;!;';Ouldwoll/ Wombuy, and'Taylor. , ','V| MJ <MI *? | ?1 Tho'ininutps of lust mfioting httviog^beoa;' ruad'anil>oonfiimod. ^ i '< -]i ' ' ' ^ | ; The ^following" correspondence"'; was;tread, and rsoeived 1 - : i:From" D. Gampbell,'culling attontion^to; a'drainiu'front ot'his'promfsosi'inditbroftten.^ .i^gvlegVdiprooeoclini'a if:tlio,matter!word:not;, attended to. . " " _ , , Fiora Messrs. Oox and Worrall, asking for a oulvei t Mo' bo" put i down in "Olintou stieotj and offering'to'pay co3tbf timber.'" Tho finimce reportwluch wua as follows' wiis'next roa'd;tand>'reol)ivGd;:rr Waxe'a^hoot; fur week endingd Otli Juuh,I £28 15/9 j. ditto, 17th Juno," £25" 11/11 i J. B. S.ilWn'; town clerk, salary,> '£&;...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]UCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

-.JOE. iDNKYi Wednosfloy. " .Harbour railway terminus, there'waB a good; supply of Jd produce from the various country ^. ioiis ;alongs tlio.'lines west and south' of of Sydney, The market was well attended, and the rates of lest sales wore well main tained. Oaten bay,vin bale, sold from 4/6 sto 5/3 ; in truss,! 3/9. to 4/7; and in bundles; 3/2 to 5/3 perowtjilucerne hay, in .truss, 3/6 to 4/.1 per: owt; straw,; good oleanlots in bale, 2/71 to 3/1 ., in bundles, 3/3 per ow t; oaten, chaff, in: bale; 5/- to, 5/2, inferior '4/; oaten chaff, in bags, 5/- to 5/1 mixed lois, 4/1, bags inclusive outslraw,2/11 per cwt; whoaten liay, in sheaf, 2/9 to 3/7; wheaten and oaten, in bundles, 4/4 to 4/6, in.sheaf,. 3/-,1 to. 4/- per owt oatea-shoBvos, ? 3/11; potatoes, 4/1 to 5/; Swodo turnips, 3/1 to 4/1 per owt;,pumpkins, 1/8 to 2/6,. extra quality, 3/3 to 3/9 per dozen,. i.. .i : On the wharves to-dayi thero is no alter ation to note , in* the price of hoy. ^Maizo firm, and soiling at 2/9; oats...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THIS WEEK. BIL12Y IBWHIW Boys' Suits... 4s. lid. ,. 4s. lid. . 4s. lid. . 3s. 6d. 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAE SUITS, 4s. lid. >> a >> i? Boys' Trousers .. 99 99 mSMF BB0TSEBS HAVE THE Largest and Cheapest Stock OP BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING w OVERGO ATS. WINTER OVERCOATS OYEKOOATS_ _ ARE TJNBIVALLED FOB OVERCOATS OVEEotbICOats Quality, Material, and Style. OYEEOOATS Eiffceen Oases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various OVERCOATS Qualities and Prices, opened this Week, OVERCOATS comprising MUNSTERS, ULSTERS, , OYEROOATS CHESTERFIELDS, &c. OVERCOATS - ' WINTER HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. WINTER WINTER WINTER MEN'S MEKINO SHIRTS, from 1». 3d. HOSIERY AKOTfO SHLU'L'S and PA.NTS, 3s. Gd. ' MKN'8 AIE1UNO PANTS, from Is. lid. ' SHETLAND MEllINO SHIRTS aud PANTS HOSIERY MEN'S MERINO IJALLMJOSB, from 9d. MEN'S LAMBSWOOL IIALIMIOSB, from Is. CARDIGAN JACKETS, from Gs, 9d. HOSIERY CHINA MATTING-, 1 yard wide ...efd. CHINA MATTING-, yari wide. 9|d. CHINA MATT...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

flno ri«e». 8uii«et«; KMoon'tai li. ro.' li.. m, , 'Age. 4-5G 4 *67' 4 U7> '4'67:, :i 57\ 4,57 4 £8 MOON'S PHASE. ?J Now Moan; 27lh Juno, 12,8 a,m,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

, frT TO-NIGHT'S GREAT EVENT,! MECHANICS^NSTITUTE, - ' ' " 'GfrOUXimTRJI» ? * > i - ' At' 8 o'clock. 1 ' , ' " ' OPBNING~HOUSE,- ' 1 , CROWDED TO;,THE .DOORS ! ELECTRIC SUCCESS! ' EVERYBODY DELIGHTED! ...» LAST12NIGHTS ' 'FRIDAY & ''SATURDAY'Evenings, s- ' JUNK 2iTU AND 25TH,'1881. ' ' * , ' ' l?AffDi THE v ,,| i'' , ;PBESE{<T&TIOta FESTIf Al i Mr/1 9Kem*ii Slavics ' ; i(Tho Pinoo.WoncIor}.^ ? , »v , PRESENTS !TCKBE GIVEN A.WAY .'' ' . ,/ 'iAjJBeautiffalJ Watch£ IA\pt Tea and CoiPee Servico (4 IPicc'cs) Cruet gtaiiil,' Galtc' ffiitskcty T , Tliiee ISuttei' Coolers ' , ,, ( .%> fl r~- ^ ' ? Entire Change of Programme To-night.. Prioos.of Admission-: ,Front'Sonts, 3/\\'2ai' , Seats,. 2/,\J Back Suuts or Grallory, l'/. { .MA?sltiughtoring lilBenso was granted iJy tbe Yass bouoh/ on,'Wednesday, to/Mr.' ."John ' Brtissill, vof'.W|nroo.v, iExtonsion^ofr'billiard ?' and1 bagatelle^/licenses''' were grarite'dV'nV" i ifegBrsrjjW. Co'mins and'J. F.>Mdto. /....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 23. Before Mr.H.H.Voss. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

G'OULBURN POLICE COURT. ; THURSDAY, JUNE 23.,, , , J//WORE! MR; H. H.'.Yoss. "'> ,< ' - , , l DRUNK. . '.? William Ouddy^was charged with drunk-; 'oonoss ; ho pleadod guilty. ' 1 - Seitior-Borgoanl. ]?outon said that prisoner had'only; eoino from, Gludoavilla.v and,>h«d Abeei about1 Goulburn?drinking';.;;:ho:thouglit: (boi'e'waa'BOmotliiogwrong ;\vith the. man's mind still, and that it, might be. bettor'to dotnin hiiri< for the purpose? of plotting 'a medical'man see'him. , r« ft His worship; liowa ver, deoidod* to let ?. tlio prisoner, go bS ho promihod to roturn to ? Jjutrowft tolwhioh plaoalie'said hb bolouged.; ASSAULT. ' 'iThomasiOunninghom ;who had ;been ar restod ouJ. warrant for disobeying ajsummons was^ discharged from, the .'warrant' to 'his summons,- and charged: wifli shaving on.;the 2l8t'in8tnut;assaultod'Ilobort 'Frankliu..v. ' I'L Plea, not1 guilty. s ^. J * ..Mr. Davidaon'appoarod for prisoner. !' This being a oose whioh requued a aocond i...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Railway from Somewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

' A Railway from Somewhere.; . In replying to tho toastof." Tho Ministry," at! Tentorfield on >Tuesday last, Sir John Rbbortaon touched'upon , the eubjeot ofj the Now England;railway,.and in the course of h'isremarksBaidTliey had been told a great deal about that railway; down on | tho river. Tho1 people did not seem tor care whether rhe railway wont tliero from Tenter .flold or GHon Inne8. »j All they wanted (was; a railway from somewhere-^lau&hter)^-and they ,did " not care', whore.' (Cheers' Bnd laugliler.) His, friend Mr, Lackey, whom; he might claim to be the Colossus of rnil : ways in those colonies-(cheers)--for during the last session of Parliament, he; had carried mors railway lines than all othor'Ministers put together, had i'dorie; h He had explained toijilio people; ofjlhe Clarence that parties of surveyors wont out: searching for thei.best routes in three directions-Tonleriiold, Glen Iunes, ®and " Artnidflle-(ohe'ers)i-but how-1 over great' a> number - o( ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Rise in Value. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

A Rise in'"Value.' J '' ,, v >OFivo:yo(irs' ngo (says'.tbevEobo^augentlQ-f mun of liih'li. political; standing;: instSydney,: wished to sottlo his affairs and gat'away to; London.; Ho.liBd^sbmo1 fr'ueliQldlandiiphvtho.; north/side oftbo'Purramatta Rivor;rand this ho offorod for silo at a reserve of £2000; Nobody,.would,buy," at Hliu't prico,-'Japdf'bo kept the land. Time rolled 00/ the metio irpolis^grewjipropertyiindroasod ius 'TvaluV^and; now the same gentleman1 lias soldvhis|.acres, for £17,000,'reserving;ibeipiolc?'of'(-the-land; for his own pleasure besides? Who will say tbat_ Sydney is, not going'ahead1? ^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horse-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

Horse-stealing. ?John Hinus alias Dultoa and Henry Spoukmon Avora v; broughE';..b0foro s: theV Yu6h '.botiolxv'on''.Td88dav.:-tov!ansiir»r>:a-vohB'rg(r->.ofi.: hor80-atealinvr.^'Miv Willcinson appeared for i prisoners." Sub iaspGotor Brenuanf: applied for'a further remand in ordor4liat'ho;miK:ht.i 'be': able to have»the : nooossary.;witnesses iix attendance^- After;,henriag;, the ,/argument'»| pro and con, their^vorahip's.agreed'rto:«ipost-:i ponemeut of: the'OOiie>for.''onotber:!«oek'.n:;..»ed

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

' Railway Meeting1. 'on-'Monday*ftfternooni}*.avmGefcinft was.5 hold: whiolii hudr. for its object itheiA consideration^ "of.? tho' f bestsaieans^. that.< ,coujd5,',boiK adopted/ . to w ardsl ? petti n ». ? th e k pro posed®: rail w a jra;{to^ Dooma as 'neur lBrQidwood as'rposaible before' it turned towards its destination. ^ Tho route had' been1 inspeatedV-by Mr. Fowler," surveyor, and his report stuted that tho .prosontandoplecbsurvoy,;from jTarngoHo :tho:< oldeBuhgeiHiore'Roadp3j, milfiS-'-south-west' ot Boro, embraded 4A- miles . of)very uneven, 'country on the west sidet.of,the- main* ranft'Op. so that a-'vast1 amount/of'1 blasting',. and, 'several^very^^doep'A'i^oxpoDsive'jijifoattliiffs:-' would b^ rpquirodpWherGascon"the new.'liuo pro^s^^by^ tUe'jrQsid.oVts fffo BroidtYpod ouly?onb budge'wouldJbe required, and an occasionaliinexponsivo culvert'for,the esoapOj .of^softkogesaniliSrainvpiiteriV'fr.omv.'theVfanjfo.4 Mr Fovrler's report'ii\vent ouf:,to.;.eay...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Departure of Dr. Perry. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

Departure' of Drv Perry. This gunilemsn, who for the past, eight, J or'ninotyonrB-haaractiv'elyipiaotiBed^hislpror: ; Jossion in the.towa',o('',Yu8S tiud. district;'-left i»Bt Tuesclay'inght.'foivSydnoy^Hwith flip in- ; teniiotuof talcing'his departures by ithewsliip; John^EldBr/'JnvliiolijVisviiidyorlised.iitofsail-; to-day, Friday. ? / III .health'* is,.iWG:regrotlto; any, tho cause of thoiDr.vtiiking^llio . voyage ; ;ti> England und bauk, in the...hope that itmay; ; .prove, beneficial.' r Ho- iutonda?lftO'Jilako^thu$ (.voyugo to,, Hildu fr 0 m ,<E t; ($ 1 a n d '>vby ,1110, 881010'' 'veasel.vandb'is absonco from; tho oolonyis not; oxpoL'ti'd^to exceed*1 four, months; We'.jiope > that tho'itiipiwill prove a pleasant. :ouG,^audi ., ..that.-Div;Perpy;may.:r»turtt?5.;wi«bt'lii8i:!'boal(h,!-1 fully restored;;.' - Mrs Perry and ifaraily&,\yilli ! continue,to.resido.jajTass il tiringt;tko'#Dr.'sv1 absence.-.Yass'Oou.Vier. \J't -1 !? , > . 1 . J

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The American Serenaders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

... The American; Serenaders. The Serenadcrs last night played again to a well-filled house, and created vase merri ment by their manner of giving the various pieces. There is on unusual amount of originality about the jokes and other comi calities displayed, and ;the songs are both tasteful and well rendered. The: double clog dance and other " events" 'brought down the house completely, aad encores had, to be given. The; company1 'may expect crowded audiences Jduriug the'other even-, ings of their season in Gouulburn. .. . .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Bolting Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

I -Tt - 7~- 7" : A' Bolting' Incident. «,Yesterday, afternoon as ,Mr. Frew en, a commercials travel lei'ifor a'Sydney firm, was.i; coining into Gbulburn; alon^ the Brnidwoud. roudi ncur'tljo^ridffo ot Mr. Oonolly's mills,'. his' liorses to'ok nndnlioy dashed ability' Sloan c-street at. a"£reuo|ijoce, but the way' being- clearsand the reii^'cleveriy manipula ted, they were pulled up without having done any damage after they bad-got" a liulo ; way beyond Dickson's Hotel.

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