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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—king John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

NEWS AND. NOTES. "Brief, then | nnd what's ihe news V'-king Jalin. ? i The lioyal Princes aro not to go to Bris bane. ? ??? | The'schools in Goulburn break up for the midwinter.holidays to-day. " , i 1 There aire now upwards; of 3000 magis trates in'the colony. . . -J.'':!-/;-'; ; v,Tlie; .residents of Oxford-street- are- m a fury about the double-line, train' being laid through the street. : V ?' An, elderly, woman ,named Wiley,. residing .at'Litbg'b\\r,.attomptod suioido> on Wednes-. day by cutting hor:throat.; .. A man named 'David1 Woodstock was found dead in his 'lied ai;\a lodging-bouse in Sydney on Wednesday inoruing, 1 ' : : A railway atiloial named Thomas Hnnni ford was-sentenced' to (a' mon th'-s ;imprispn-v mentfforhaving''stolonVspnio Gutter and oggs at Rbdfern .statioa.,, .. ;i .; > 'F, i , Geprgp Barker, suspected qf forgery here, has boen committed for/trial at? Melbourne , for burglary'an d sottipg fii'o to Mr. Doanes' office inFlinddi^striiot.j;> .. i The l...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

LONDON. ; WEDNESDAY. A resolution has been framed by the House, of Lords, affirming thoro is no neces sity for'England to inteifore in reference to tko Tunisian 'difficulty. The recent disturbances at Marseilles have engendered a strong anti-French feeling in Italy. At 'Borne a demonslration was made; a large orowd assembled, but was dispersed by the police. . r Tho New York Herald publishes "the; opinion of several Irish . members of the British, House of Commons, including Mr, Purnell and Mr. Justin McCarthy, in which fodoiation between England ond tho; oolonios is advocated;' with a parliament on the Amei'ibun, principle, but reducing the numbor of British members. ^ .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A New Rush. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

A New Bush. t. , V News Iiqb arrived' in Oooma that?, a now rush has1 been found "in tbo Jingeras, be fcwoon Foxlowo and Bollardls- FInt, about five miles irotn the latter plaoo. 'There'aro, the ExproBS etatas, over 20 diggers? ontho ground, and all are reported as doing well.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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[?]OK V. WHO LAUGHE[?] LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

UOK V. -WHO LAUGIIi;d"LAST f X mirig ; was as bright as could v oired even for a picnic exour . it a) very early hour;- the 'wliiilo ti& y^i'ty vero ^uthercd on the terrace rendy to l' Bt'arr.'JLuciun, tho liandfiomo, sunburntj »""j /T guf<l0» stood below, the steps with his four uu*l!!j^ora^''-11f',le'i. on- 0,10 which t,i .&,U9*ly; engaged.in. pacliing a liampor, while -the group above talked and lingered, and did;not seem in any haste to be ofl',:, . ""Dear me J", said Miss Fane, who was ^^..tho^last'jperson. to ,make her appearance, .'.looking . very. sleepy. ;andr.rather. injurrid; "are we going to ride .pillion-fashion?-or are we going to the take it turn about walk ing?-oc aro three of us; going to stay at home ?-or what is the meauing of there being so few mules' ?" . "You are.,eaoh expected 'to mount a gentleman ' behind" you," eaid Mr. Daroy, who was loaning oh his crutohes and enjoy ing the bustle of departure as much as those r). iminedidtejy i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

A' Waaiietl T tho I in peri al Hotel, a 0 0 MP 13 T 1SN ' GROOM. Wanted GOOD PLAIN COOIC.' Apply to Mxis. EMANUEL, Lansdowno. ' A . 'Wanted KNOWN tliat from £5 tu £1000 may ba obtained on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioned', Australian Auction Mart, Auliiirn-st, 'AViSidttll'S WANTED for BRICKWORK, PLASTERING, an'l STAIR OASES-in each caso hbout only, 0. ROGERS, Goulburn. £1 BEWARE. , Si©sfc, ? . YESTERDAY A FTERNOON, a FIVR^POUND NOTE and a ONE POUND NOTE,rolled up togetlmr with a sixpenny Stamp, between thu Post-, Officoand (ho Beehive Hotel, or else tlic Beehive Hotel and MandoJshon's Jiotel. Any person de livering tho same to Mn. GEORGE TIOEHURST will mueivu the above reward. Tha uioney has beau load by u poor man. , ROBERT MoGUIRE. Fonud, ON LONG SWAMP, near Boro, a WATOH. Auy person giving tbo- maker's natm-, and number can litive it by paying for ibis advertise ment. MICHAEL CODY, ' Dry Plains, lioro. ' ' To Iscti, "' A HOUSE and GROUNDS at Ifiold ; olso^n; JtjL COT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

WHOLESALE wiEispp'SToeES. 'Messv;W. JE. MGIAI BROS to Announce to her Friends and the Pub. lie generally that she has TAKEN- THE PREMISES forming part, of the NEW ARGYLE STORE, which she intends to open as a WHOLES SALE WINE AND SPIRIT STORE and f Wholesale and Retail Grocery Warehouse, When slio trusts that tho friends ofhorlnto husband and her own will afford bar a fair sharo of support, it being her determination lo KEEPONLY THE BEST ARTICLES and TO SELL at the LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES^ . I ... Tho DATE OP OPENING will shortly bo an nounced. i Superior Photography! Thegoulburnpbotographicstudio, Anburn-i'trpBt, opposite Royal H'ltsl, wan awarded PRIZE MEDAL tho MELBOURNE 1 NT R RN AT 10 N A L EX H IESmO N. u nd SIL VE li MEDAL from the Goultiurn A.; P., and H. Society. .. Instantaneous Process for Children. Pictures copied and {oularged to lifa-size. Cartes d» visito, 12/6<'p*r dozen. Only SUPERIOR -ARTISTIC WOIJK delivered, RUDOLPH GASPERS. : F®bmc;®®wce. ... ALL BR...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

MARRIED.   BBOADHEAD—LEONARD.—On the 12th instant, at t. Michael's Church, Bungonia, by special   license, by the Rev. Father O'Shaughnessy, George, eldest son of the late William Broad-   head, of Inverary, to Julia, eldest surviving daughter of James Leonard, of Jerrara.

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Illegally Detaining Property. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 24 June 1881

Illegally, Detaining, Property.   At the Yass Police Court Tuesday,   -before Mr. Yates, P.M., and Mr. Besnard junior, J.P., Denis McNamara was sum- moned by Jonas Cuznerfor illegally detain- ing several articles of household furniture       valued at about £12, Mr. -Wilkinson for plaintiff, and Mr. Iceton- for defendant. The bench after hearing the evidence, considered it too conflicting in its character to justify   them in making an order, and they accord- ingly refused, to do so, at the same time deciding that each party pay his own costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Wanted'. AT (ho Imperial'Hotel, a COMPETENT GROOM. . . . .Wanted .. I A'GOOD, P.L/UN OOOIC. Apply to Mas.; S.' EMANUEL, Lansdowno. , , < ~ . 'Wanted' ENOWN that from £6 to £1000 inay ho obtained :, on good security. Appiy to W.,RUTLAND, Auotiou.-or, Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-af, .IM-ri-ii; '...To 'Ifet,". n A HOUSE and .GROUND'S nt iiiold ; also, n « COTTAGE,, nenr Mr. Finliiy'n; and wanted, to purchase. LARGE , GIN. BOTTLES; uiao,. PINT BOTTLES. 'JOHN.O'B.RIBN, . ' ; ' ? .' : ' Imperial' Hotel.' .?.! ? j y.n ...i> MTotice.' ... *,/;...>.; i ". '"'A' N-Y PERSONS TRESPASSING or INTliR XX. FERING with triv FENOE8 in BAOK f BANGALORE PADDOOK after thia doto willlba PROSECUTED without any respect Io:p'a'rsoii8. ? ??'fi .. W.'-l-V FAITH FULL. M; Springfield, J'ino 20th. , : ,,w '! AtiMi&'nlian Joint Stock Bank, j: ,c.^?j&OUlbUril* '; THIS.BANE will.be CLOSED on FRIDAY, the ?»1st' ol " JULY' NEXT, -for the bwl/.yourly bulmicoo/ accounts, ? ! Oiicifim...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

LONDON. . THURSDAY, . Tko bill affirming: tho. abolishment , of I .capital punishment in. England,, his/ been I dofeatod on the.socond reading in the Hoiiso of Commons by a majority of 96 votes. [ Thri census of the tinned Kingdom has beon coiupletod, showing d total ol" 35 mil lions in the tliveo kingdoms, which ia^an in crease of nearly 4 millions sinco last oensus. ,. A 'farmer-resident nonr Dublin has been ifturderod under oircumstancrs of great bar-; Imrity.' The affair is blamed upon land difficulties. . ;

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. I Fnoll QTIEVILLE'b TKLEGHAM 00. AND OUR oi'HBU CORltBSl'OSDESTS.] i ' SYDNEY. ? . Fit ID AY EEVENINa. MB. CowDsnY has been gazetted JLGnginoer ?; of Iiuilw»ya vice Mason. ' The 13?ult Court to-day dismissed the appeal of Dibbs, with costs, thoreby decid ing'that Bibbs' imprisonment does not ,,, release^is estate from the verdict obtained b}' Shepherd. The Queen of Nations commoneod lo break ; . up last night. ' The.Full Court to-day in .tho caso Smith and others versus Kearney (Judga Har pjrnvBB dissenting) decided Against the lc(;iiitn»cy of the infant defendant Linden. 2601 loads of rubbish .have been removed from the city, between the 15th. and 22nd , . instant,, by tho instruction ;of the. inspedtor of. nuisances. Mrs1. Grevillo, wife of the manager of; tho "" AXS; Bank,' Bathurst, died this morning, j Groat, isympathy is expressed for Mr. Gjre yillej who' was about leaving for England on i/bnsinass connected with tho Orange mbat. freezing company.

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

< 'NEWS AND NOTES. , ' ' "Brief, tiionV/arid VHat'i|thd newatM~Af«i John, ... American Serenaders' final performance [to-night., 1 ' , M,oro.bad cheques knocking, aboufci i.sPar itioulars at the police'court'to-day 7 i!J '.''/^Augur's'' tip fdrA'the lA.^J;G;';Derby is .Spmningdale. ' «' Dr. Silvester, known as tbei/Fakir of fO^oln.rhas^filed his schedule. , Tkowarden reports _a- great scarcity of quartz miners,at)Gympie. r;ltj 'Sucoessful (pldiiphiilfl'-matolios' were held lat'Bathursfeoh^Wednesday. ZssswW 350, immigrants ! arrived* ini Sydney on Thursday byt>tli^torqae<>0)ydG;-''''«XL; Messrs/ BerdbU!and.Gf6villo, are now tbo ;prbprigt^ * . : It is said on. good-, authority that t ho lato .M'r?'Konny.'was the'first'tvliite^ohild'b^rn in the county.oT> ArgyleUJifi^d . . Bir. Oonway dibnies that any difficulty has , arisen/in^the' arrang'emeritsiof: the All-Eug laiid Eleven;. , . The Soutlv,-Aru"3tralian5'Govornraent^hnvo re^igrioid;i',!Mr.;'Bray;\leado...

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OPEN COLUMN. THE TRAMWAY TO CROOKWELL. TO THE EDTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

: ? v. OPSIN ? OOEHMN/f. THE TRAMWAY TO,lofebOKWELL. .r\i- 1 fa r'? v.;/? ".mm;' I.i.vu.'H ti 11 ihuir ,i; V' '! :'-'To,VTnB.kbrr6iiJJ"^''1 Sm,-How is it/-jtfri''M^ers>:.tho: member for . Argyle, is taking sdfmu6h^iniorMHn*irying itq!gofc a tramway'for/prnokwell^l^idi'-lbayiug Tkralga;6ut:ia(the' cold? How,is itCthat! tho^r6ad3t6'1Orookwell is so well lookG(l aftGr, .andi,tboi ono to Tarulna, with Vlargor population,; doep not got eguai justice? ' :. What'is.thoTaralga'P^ Oqmffiitteo about ?' : " ?? v ? V JIR.;YOUR8,''&O.;IRK1"/ . U : TO ; / AN ELECTOR. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

.^POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT! -£fl !~jo6S^GS^SOTU!EB,! ;i ." GouEiBijra* H -??.- >-< At'8 . o'oloclc. : 1 ; ' J -MONSTER PROGRAMME ! i "<l\ ' EVERYTHING!! NEW! i 'A'. ''??mmeMa W " i j AND THE [% WORLD'S GRAND ! .BB.E5ENTAllP,a .???FES.mil ' AND " ' / : ^'MeiBrli^siavIes j - I"" (Tbo Piano Wonderjr" - ^ j PRESENT^ TO' BEfGIVIlif AWA^Y ! !l ri;A Beautiful |'| Tea aiid Coiree'Service (4 Plcics) Cruet ®taMiV97_Cnlte Mn8kct ' ' j ...VhiieejBute.CMlcw" j {> And* 4kO cither. Presents; nv!) i i iH S 5 ?: j' Entire Change of Programme To-nigh^. Bricks of Admission Front Seated 3/ jfy&nd "Back* 4«.a&i..O]i;.^llery,,l/i| : ArdBAro-'vi'SJ I MIDDAY riiBFCiRJUXOK' .v^n^.iBEu GIVEN:' . j AT THE MECH^NiCS': INSTiTUTB, . r-BY.iTHB! j AMERiS^ri ! . SE^EiADER^:: 'WHEN>i E^ERYiCHILD WILL RECEIVE .iAii,^rese!nf!£!:; j r '(;fphiMren,6d.

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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

OQOTAMUyDBA NEWS. ; ( FUOM Qua OOUHKBPONDENT.) '*:'f:\0p"i3ppiTip^A^:';3PcTJROirA8Es~.lio" following selobtibns were ^takon; up' !at the' lnnd/'oifloe here" on ' Thursday ViMargarefc Hilly, j." 40 'abres/ parish-'MufctHUia'j'J. - H." Bra kg,' 40 aores,, parish."'Gulliuga ; Peter Duffy, | '40% 'aores/'pofipii^Da^auaian 5 *F. JV ShVw> ''&0~ (abre8,'!paH'sli:Muttaixia ; Frederick Shaw, .40' 'acres, parish Muttama MichaelGalyini 40 aores, parish' Bute '; Debnis Vaughnn, ,300 aoresj pari&h Yob 'JYeol; FergusILennnej 40 acres/parish.iDudaumQn; j Matthew jSawyer, -640;aores,'parisli Ironbong. : . i 8;v3^®' Beating.-Aiqastf-o'ffthiajUDmla'nly.-. orime, which ^occurred near Walleiidbeeo, will be libard'atthe Court of Petty Sessions nextiTuesdoy.":[?",'?""^ (._..,'? '.'It.&OA1?iuip1?.^RT?..r--Ai1 'dauoV in' aid; of ,the ;.dootamun dra Towri Band came y'offl in the Albion Assembly Rooms onJ-Wednesday pjgli't^;and> was "fairly, attfiri'ded'.^;: ? l"*:. the lighthou...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) MR.PARNELL. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. '{From the Sydney TTeraldj^ " ' '" M'R?PARNE£L. '* ;. < j LONDONyiTun G"28. MR/ PARNELL', arinou no os his intontioti of proceeding aliortlyjon.sa; secondrtouMn tlio

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss and C. S. Alexander. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. ;? FRIDAY, JUNK 24. Before Messrs. H. H. Voos and 0. S. Alexander. ASSAULT. ' ! ' ' Bills v. Furnar.-Mr. Davidson for" com plainant, and .Mr-Betts for defendant.!-. In this case, after the evidence for complainant had , be on tnlcon, the furthor :be»riup\ was postponed till next Monday, for the produo tion of evideocie said to'; be material to the defence. We, therefore,'refrnin from pub lishing the ca*o until the remainder of it has been hoard. - ''''. !:!: tJNIiA^\TULIiY DAMAGING A HOUSE. '' .William Moran,was charged:with: having unlawfully; ...rind maliciously , broken .and : otherwise inj urod oar tain windows and thu. woodwork of a house, the property of Thomas Moran. ; : Thomas Moran doposed : Defendant is a .tenant of;a bouse of mine ,.in Gowpor-street; in consequence of something I had hoard, I went to the place on Tuesday lust ^ I did not see defendant ; 1' fouud some of the fences .pulled .down, the.windows,broken,.and,that a lot of sawn .stuff had ...

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BULGARIAN AFFAIRS. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

LT BULGARIA# OTAIRS. ' l V .*, T, ./'.iboNSTANipiNdriB,- June 24. ? /Telegrams 'frooi-'liulgaria^atato that: the iLib&ral lead^l'^.hVrwe.^;'^t^r'dAy arrested jOtt' 'aj charge attacking tlia rPrinoe ond1 in&ultiiig tho': Q-overiiraerit *liave 'since boon released. ''><???'?> ><.> if'-U'r;'!'!'!.!:.!;*. Y,'?,nsr {an'sl L^est'ihtojligquoo^frbai1' Bhillipppolis! vor p.oVtsyih'at^raow^ li'o I g li JIo uri n g, p riricifjiility ^o'f' Btul|»'aria lliay'o' been{watched with s(he-idoepflst iiil eropt; oby, pojitioiaus "of-s Eastern Bourn elia. jTJie.arrest pf.tiio ,Li b'o'ralf ioaiSia' wit8'' ,tbd/ OQU80 o/imucnl'agitatioD, .Sovoral:" meetingst- bavo ^beon held, aud 'reaol utiqus passed px^resjin^sj'mpfttliy with, .the Bulgariau.LiberHl.partYi.": r v- i

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Goulburn Catholic Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Goulburn Catholic LiSerary Society. The above society held its usual weekly mooting in the boys' school-room, Bourke street, on tho night of Thursday last. The president, Mr. L. La Breton,' ocoupied tlio chair. The attendance was moderate. The business obrisiBted' of eaeays and prepared addresses., Mr, Walsh delivered an address upon the subject of the piosont scare,;small' pox, which lud to >an animated discussion in .which most of those present took part. He- w»s . followed by the Rev, Father Bertniugham, who gave a most interesting and instructive address upon Tunis and andent Oarthoge, embracing the history of the Punic wars. Ho rivitted the attention of tho members until the hour for broaking up had arrived, when, after he was thanked, tho business for nert week was announced as a debate-" Who is the bettor historian Lin or Mucauluy"-to be opened by'Rev. Father Walsh, on behalf of the Ministry, in favor of Lingatd. Tho meeting here upon terminated in tho ordioary way.

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FRAUDS IN TUNIS. PARIS, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

0! lit \ j i i i'J U (i u (/i ?£S?&sxki Juno 22, Aocording to information radeiyod^jirbni Tunifli;exaitGmonfc liaa boon oaiiSod' ia that, oity] tby^lh&disoo^ory of. certain frauds by Iho 'iPaldoa^BtBward of the Bey, ^wlid is ohrargo'd^Uh vtirious'aota/ipfi'ipooulntion in -tho.management^ of bis 'Higlinosa'a affairs. Toiavoid iboing arrostedjihovflod for refuge. ,to-tbe British oonaulato. tyli'in.-., ' QOID"MEDAI,S Awordod AMEIUOAN: WALTHAU WATOHKi-tWjOuly Medals AwiirduJto, Exhibitors .ofv Wptchoa -at'itlio Mulbourno clnlornnllonnl [Ex .h1bHlqri'18$0^'i;/AllQoi>\ILDOJ\Vnltlinm \Vtttoliu8 uavo'

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