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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Conditional Purchases. The following Bisections were taken up at the i undermuntiouud: laud offices on Thurs day line't":-- Gunning-John Anderson, 40 aores, soction:21, parish Wheoo; . John S. Sands, 291 acres, auction 21, parish Garway J. C. Waye, '100 acres,' section 21, parish Garway; Andrew White, 100 acres, seolion 13, parish Grabben, Gullen ; James Howard, 40 acres, section 22, parish Biinton.:: Yass Thos.'MoAuliffe, junr., 200 acres, section 21, county Murray, parish Bedulluoh;, Olxidley V. Coote, 40 acres, section 21, county Mur ray, parish Bodulluch ;? Androw Bullman, 40 acres, section 21, county.Murray, parish; iBoatpbolo. - : -?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

WEEKLY ! C^VX.'J3KDA-K. = J)av of Week, , Sunday Monday. ., 'X'uoHilay ,r.. Weduesday., Thursday,,,, Friday,,,,,,, Saturday..., Day of jtiunrJuet. Month. ,! h, ni. AtOOS'g PlIABB,' Now Mooui 27ili Juno, 12.8 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Embezzlement by a Bank Manager. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Embezzlemerit'by a1 Bank:Mana!gGr. .A.t tue Berrima -police oourti 'on.'I'uosday, fteforo-'Mrr'1 ^ilsDife^^pdiioe^^^gutrate, E(l^ard,>Burn8i Daljl (late;Manager of 'tlio Oommeroial, iBank, Borrima); .TivasA'oIiarged. with^mbezzUng the .aum-.of £77 12/- whigh?' Kk'd^beenv"paidf into*tho'bank by several" -parties- at---dilforent timus. v Mr. Scarvoll (Sydney) app"eared:for,tlie prosecution, and tMrV D^avidson/'of Qo{Ubiarn, 'for!the defence','1 From the evidenoa.it appeared that in ono. jinataapej"; tliat,.oF-, a farmer named' William Franklin,; residing near Berrima,; ;£47 hud ,boe'n paid by bitu ,(o go to his acoount ontor about 18tli October last. Subsequently/ avium-,making inquiries ;as'to'tbo balanoo ot his account, he found ? thaMbe £47 had not? beori^plaood to bis oreditw;Edward Murray deposed'jtbat'Xlfi 2s paid b'yjb'im to bis bi-fi-, .tber's-creditdidnot Qppoar. jllodert Motz also'statod^tbat ^b'is aooouut yas:sliort JB16. ^efe'ndaati'.waalnextv ohargods jwith; stealing ....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

MASS wfatenK,a(irjB!i!l6T!i.l» A.T GOULBORN DISTRICT., : June 29-$B$L.C' S&intB Petef ond Paul, Holl» cUy" of Oolifti»t5,on; Gurrnndiib, , i " Mi^6hn,':Bord,ii 1. . \ " July^B-(SjrBbban (Sullen-1 Spring Vulley, Brattfl ulbane, *" " u, ? " '. ' 10- Tutttlgo, LaRgan. MummcU. s Confirmation at Sts. Potor and Puul's Cathedral, (Jou)burn, Sunday, 31st July. OUOOKWELL DISTBIOT: - ; " rrJuoe-29tli,-\Vodtiesday, (Holiday of Obligation), .Vr'Jf, 'j^Lrstf onoiuctonV, Bioda,.: > *** * YABsSnssiON. . ?' """?GuHSafoo, Sunday, Juno 2G- "" - Pinalong, Sunday,. Joly.,3 r. , Gunning:, pibnday, Jljly'10,' '(

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

GREAT REDUCTIONS 1ST THE PRICE OP GROCERIES. F. W. McEJVCKOE BEGS to call the attention of his friends and the public generally to the UNDERMENTIONED PRICES, which will DEFY COM PETITION . fob CASH. GOOD BREAKFAST TEA, Is 6d per lb. WHITE SUGAR, U " YELLOW SUGAR, BH " CORN FLOUR, Cd " Superior CUPS & SAUCERS, 5s per doz BEST TEA, 2s 3d per lb. COFFEE, Is OATMEAL,. 7 lbs for 1/6 RICE, 3d per lb. ARROWROOT, 6d per lb. 14s. per Dozen, And all other Article's at EQUALLY LOW PRICES. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY Carefully packed, and forwarded on receipt of a P.O. Order. P. W. : WHOLESALE AND FAMILY GROCER, CORNER OE AUBURN & MONTAGUE STREETS, , , . , GQULBURN; ; \JfQWN ; WALSH CiF LONDON HOUSE m m STATION® WAREHOUSE, Cr O U L BURN, DESIRES, to inform the Public that he has amongst his well-selecfced Stoclc the following at most reasonable Prices : PRAYER-BOOKS-fresh assortment in beautiful bindings just opened. School-Books, Copybooks, Exercises, and all School requisites. ANN...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. A foir. amount of business was roported in the Btook''and " ebfire market to-dny. In banks, A.J.S. were offored ..at, 17$, buyers ,172;; ;P.ilys»' wanted at/lSJ, ? selling' 13| ; CommorciaL brought 111, buyer3 110, sellers' 112; new issuo quitted at 103, wanted; nt 102; Mercantilos wanted at 6£, offered at G{|, sales,(Gfc^N.Si Wales Brought'59J and 59J quotulions, buyers' 59J sellers :60.; No\^ Zea land roiiiain at 23f ? to 23 J; New Zealand Register 23 to, 23J; Otientals, 23 to 26; Queensland Nationals realised 9, and) have buyers at same figure, sellers 9£ ; Unions sold at 66A-,-quotations,' buyers' 66, sellers 67^Evening News; , i ; fciJvj/i/l ;

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

,<* COMMERCIAL.: \ 1 . . . . . .» . ... .. ? GOULBUIIN, Friday; " ?' Oonolly reports t 3o obange in loW "market for flour and wheat; bran and pollardaroin ncfiva demand at prosont ^rojQBj'iwJiiclif are saine as . last quoted. *'Advices'from Sydney, both private ?v and..public,eboy. a. .downward tendency in whplt, 4fP wP/i b®ing*t$e'prfcee obtaind at . ^auction1" sales'^4/11 -to- 5/~ ' for superior samples. Speculatorsip'Melbourne are still at work. Messrs.*Morb and Oo.J Sydney^ advise 1^-^i^/^e^imkatiQiii'. wheat, was easior. this 5flSiWe6l®W*ak|ou«*bale lb,bit' samples ;realised:' ^^fr8m'iyil^li&/--'jper.bushel. *';iX im ; Hoyjj'and| some.jother ;. kinds of. produce sa|'p, liaVing largpstock? on w* llttWt' ®tfe rfegiilar wirit&r Isiulnbss seems to littve thoroughly Bet inpall lines of business,, bejngtromarkably. quiet, i-, Trices current inrOoulburn^ieitveenpurc7iaser and t producer t Flows perrtoni,# ." | '...... fcu < 0 0 . <. / &...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Mother's Suffering. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

, , , A Mother's' Suffering. r j ' It will bo romembered (observes the Bul jlarat iPpurie^'jtbat duripg the late .inquiry into 'the' chargeof' infantibiaokl 'agnibst jthe unfortunate Voting woman;; Josephine HOUH I ton; at' Gordon,,? she refused reveal [the' I name of her seducer, giving'as''lier reason |;that sufficient misery,bad'^eti^oaulied iuWe;j I family without her impii^atirig'nhiiiher. j It I appears'to. be too^frue that her rash deed i has indeed filled the cup of . wretchedness i among her own friends; for we';Teara2- ih'at on Sunday the mother of the aooused attempted to'commit suioidej by drowning at the very Bpot where the unfortunate joff Bpringof shame was dro(vned/and where its' -miserable mother so fnearly aooomplished' Eelf-destrnqtion.t Fortunately Mrs. Houston was observed, and prevented from, adding! one more horrible1 phase' to tliis very melan 'oholy'oiee. 1' K ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ,> .'.-.iMil s -i-'Vi-i ?! TO ??--V- .'! i-. U'i | '

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The Climax of Profanity. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

The Climax of Profanity Larrikimsm isi'bad enough outside iour oHurchea-ahd plftae8 of worship, but in this hineioenth'century of Christianity one does not Yikp'outto find 'its vicious votaries placing thoirprauks within the walls ,of..a buiI(|iog sGtjapaVfcsfor saortd- purposeB.j.1'. When a gr.oy headed'siriiior who has no devotional- sonti mept himself disturbs the devotions of others 'by brooking nuts during sorvioetwith the abler of ;his boots, he ought to bo qiiietiy removed.; 'fiut'when lie brings his dog with him, 'and makes the belter brute of the two stand up withxts.fore paws on-thef seat in"/frorit and commands .in^it ^audible; !.tqnerl tosayj its prayers,',,,he .deser.yesyto, be bundled put, f'Deok''ahg 'wop*, and hot ,tp- be . permitted to bnter'th^ doors'1 agaiu ' until' ? there- 'is "some .guarantee of his better behaviour,-Forbes .Tiinis;>"i; 5* -m. \ ?J/l.fJ-'j Ml.- - - :!

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Coach Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Coach: Accident. ' An decidti&tf happeneiTt'o"the mail conch that left Cooma on Saturday night. When on top of Cooma hill, which. is a dangerous sideling, the coach lurched and toppled over. Fortunately, the passengers, among whom wore Mr. and Mrs. Digriam and their little child, escaped unhurt and re turned to town about 2 a.m.' , The driver, Mr. Newman, was, quite sober. The driver righted the coach in about 20 minutes and proceeded on his journey empty.'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Goulburn Land Office. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Goulburu Land Office. "Tbo following selections word made atthn Goulburn land office on Thursday:-Albert Stephen Burober and George Henry Burokw, 40 acres, county Georgiana, parish Leigh wood ; William J'roBt, 60 aoros, county Argyle, pariah Qualigo ; Adam Webb," 100: acres, county Argyle, parishes Baw Baw and Mummell. " ' ' " .

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Determined to Pay no Taxes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

Determined to Pay 110 Taxes. j: In the oourse of bis official perigrinations through Sydney on Thursday, Dr. Hudson came upon an elderly man, who, witli bis ' wife, oocupiea'a cottago of his own in the northern part of the city-a building that is quite'unique in its "airiness." The build ing contains four rooms,' but two of them are almost roofless; '«nd:'admit > with 'the utmost freedom either the sun when shining or the rain when falling >Ih'ft.-;Oiher rooms, if suoh they can be called, get an iuordiriate quantity of sun and'rainy andiwould bo all: the belter for' a little< repair. On a closer inspection the doctor found 'the place devoid of'|urpiturtf,"ah(l on inquiring thei !reason of this want, the old man said lie wns resolved "th'nt he, never would pay taxas; and to carry that resolve into effect it .was necessary that lie should not posses anything upon' whidi 'a 1 bailiff oould lovy. " ^Whenever a !bailiff mokes hie appearanco'be i isiconsidor ately offorod...

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An Unnatural Son. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

An Unnatural Son. 1 A repulsive-looking young man, named Robert Clifford, was brought before the .Hawthorn Court on Tuesday (says the Moi : bourne " Daily Telegreph"), on warrant, charged with a violent assault upon his own father, a resident of Scoresby. According .to, the evidonce of.'the. elder .Clifford, the [prisoner came to the house on the 18th. instant and commenced to;annoy his sister, .ayoung child, whose brains ho" threatened to dash out. The father ancf! mother in terfered, when the prisoner, brutally mal treated them, and had ultimately to be lashed down with ropes by other members of the family until the arrival of the police, who arrested him.; The/ prisoner,:;wh.o simply denied the assault, was fined £3; with 15s. costs;,in default, two .months' imprison ment. :' ". :-*i, i

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A Telling Example. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

rA Telling' Example., J5' On yesterday ovening, '~Ai. M; Botts,1 Esq,,', coroner, held an inquest, at the oourt^kouso, .oiij.tho i body ofy; Annie j UiobardH, ^aged ; 23 'years; wlio'diodjiid^ in\tjpe'':w Ah' Got Ali. Jimmy Air Got Alivhaying,,.ba8n sworn,..by ihe. l>low:ingVo;ut; off a match,'.deposed, that' deceased h'ad been'living with him for about two months; thoy wore'not married ;. they had lived~;penoably ^togethpr;,and! had.; no rows ; sho \vas sbmetjmesfsioir, but waWnot; very. unwolf onlyi two, days .before .she: !died'; ^sliO'-hBd'.'somot teaTariii' brandy," and itabaii 'about/ 7 ,'o'bltibk"on'1 Thursday night,1an&: /'i;go'i dead ^quibk'"^ about'-uhHlf-paa'f; iOV. Robert Kennedy, living in,North Goulburn, ,doppsedp,thttt!? as«, far; ub^Iiq knew, .daoeasu.dj; .'audtfiuimy.had- lived togothorpeacabiyf and1 that ho i had (hoau^ vory kind ( to ber j,.: alio used to'dririg too much sometimes, -Senior constable Emorton deposed that ...tliq ? de ceased' hadcbeentaC ...

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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: SATURDAY, JUNE 25. UTILISATION OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

X>tT33£xSH33r> EVERY MOIZKXJSTO ' -'Trutli, ever lovely *!nre tlio world be|jnn, : .# i 'i'lio foo of tyrants and the friend of man,-Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JUNE, 25. Utilisation OF LAB,our. ai new country with a large extent of undeveloped territory one of the gravest questions,that can engage the attention of, the governing body is-the devising of the most beneficial means , that can bo applied for deriving advantages; from the arrival of these immigrants who may. oome to suek a home aud build, lip their future in those fresh fields for enterprise that a newly-dis covered .country,, unfolds, j Wo, need never drea,d an excess of, population in theso colo nies. Whatever oihor evils f threateu to iuundate us this is one thnt there is scarcely any necessity to fo'ar, so long, of course; as those who make the additious to our popula tion are. men, and, women who possess a similarity of tastes, feeJings, f,habits, and modes of., thinking and acting to our own, 'What We hayp"...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

W I WINE & SPIRIT STORES. MRS. W. IB. BEGS to announce to lior Friends and tlio Pub. Ilq, generally that slio lias TAKEN THE. PREMISES forming port of the NEW ARGYLK STORE, which she intends to opnn aa a WHOLE SALE WINE AND SPIRIT STORE.'and j Wholesale and Retail Grocery Warehouse, j When sbo trusts that tho friends of her Into husband and her own will afford lior a fair share of support, it being lior determination to KI3EP ONLY-THE BUST ARTICLES find TO SELL at tho LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES. Tbo DATE OF OPENING will shortly bd an-' nouueed. y. ; . . Superior Photography! rpHEGOULBURNPIIOTOGRAPHIOSTUtJIO, X . Auburn.street, opposite Royal Hotel, iwas awarded PRIZE MEDAL at tlio MELBOURNE: INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, nnd SILVER MEDAL from the Goultmrn A;, Pi, and H. Society.'' Instantaneous Process for , Children,. Pictures copiod and |onlargod to lifu-sizc, Cartes' du visile, 12/6 por dfajjon. Only SUPERIOR ARTISTIC WORK delivered; J ' . . j RUDOLPH CASPERS. . ' Motice. : A...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Serenaders. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

The Serenaders. The SerenadeT were again very success ful in pleasing their Goulburn oudieoce Jasi night. An entire change of programme \yas given, und carried out in a particularly' clever manner. Tho " darkeyisms " had a freshness about them, which was very desirable, and tho dances, songs, and execu tion upon the piano,- were such as deserved much applause; and received it. We beg to call attention to the announcement that there will be a special matinee for children this afternoon, and that this evening's per formance will be the last. An attractive programme is promised,-> %;!?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.—WHO LAUGHED LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

VALE HIE AYLMEll. BY YIIB ADTUOB OP MORTOK HOOBE. BOOK V. CHAPTER' VI.-.WHOLA.UGHUDXASX ? r-( , So,, as tliey jogged forward, Valerie and f^^tJjejriiap wj'bp had, once been her lover,-' con versed gravely of landscape iflucts, of tintB and viewsi ';' wbild Alix li'nd Eugene became veiy.faTjHviousibf Natu're,-and talked of mat ,'tbrij decidedly' moreintoreating--at'least; to one of tliem,, ?. A.11 the clouds of the lost few weeks had temporarily disperped, for Etigone was determined to make good use- ol his opportunity, and Alix, who wns very much relieved to find, hied in a good-humour once more, enjoyedtho change without conaidor hftWolpng tohwshort-a time it would jK®r laugh rang as clear, ,bor glance wbd as bright, Jns if the face at her aide had never, b.eou more overcast than at present, vb£ os.if' Bhe Was plensed to, hold in possession' onoe more the moody, wayward admirer, of whom, iii''truth, sh'e stood in ,considerable 'There is no better philosophy in the worid'-than -tb'a...

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Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 25 June 1881

.Small-Pox , Th'els(^'£hi$i&x^ Monday /a;,Ghinam^ at !':a;-^j»Mnoj!8^!!^Bi^ fsUjflitj

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE MARSEILLES AFFAIR. ROME, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

THE MARSEILLES'AFFAIR. Jupa',23. -ili'i ' ' Tbb: rooenfc cqlljflion .batwot'n French arid Italian, residents loflMnraoillea has 'creatod, muali exoitemunt in tbjsj nnd oWdi'1, Italian' cities.. Q-atberiDRS of on oiiti-Gallio oharBDlor, hftvo beenheld iii many of.thejargorl towns/ a t. .w bi ohm ee H n ^ 8:sy m p a t h y ? )vi t h., fo 1 lo w oountryineil at,Marseilles Was .expressed,!

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