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ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 October 1895

j I\sU^L RACES. Tnc dp.ia i- rn-^jn dn wing nor for the celobrotion of tho D-.leg'to pnnml race rapo'mg and up to tho p-etent nothing han bopn dono iu tlio matter. .-Xmiis,' is no'-/ not a grcm. vv » oit, and it io nh iit timo home --iop v ore lavcn to hi\o t^o nrelimn lie arranged and a nrnjrammr ^rep red. This C ltinalmeet injr hnr ViitVrto boa l gro it oaccoes, and is Io ked f rwaid to bv tho r mileut-s ,, of tho district no rogulii as tho o^ai-on », comer lomd nnd we feoli-u o the towns- ' , nPT»lfl and others ir3 no1- g mp: to pllow ' ' ( l it to lapno this year, aa did tho Show. ' ' fi\ ^ Bv mppnr of tho lacps a lar_'u number of r\ ' tipoi-Io aio bi uprht toother, d.ud thfl -fl ^ ' \ biiRjnPai ppopla undoubt aly b'noU * tliprnbr con^pquentlv it is to their direct ndvantnc' to use then best eiforts to *~ ' mnl'n it tho gieat^-t po^iblo auecoaa ? / '* '! Wo tniRt tho matter will bo taken up at onro anJthit beaitily, p.nd that in tlio x - f ,,: co 'rw 01 a week or so a g.inpral m...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING AT DELLICKNORA—DELEGATE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 October 1895

jlJII^iNG AT UELLICKNORAvDDLE GATE RIVEil. Miniiio in thia looility i^ 1 vj-i 'hr on apaof, and nov flnda aro fn'juri\it?y re ported. Mr. T. M^fiottf we areViri- H 1 formed, hao diecoverods& verv riob. reef , on tho Finch Swamp r nd, and we hope it will turn ou,t up ito expectations, ''* About J80 tono of ston^ia lying at th& / Bonanza, awaiting caru - to tho Pioneer * battor^. Goodman and irtj have taken up tho T2- hibition am ^Yel ow Streak ' (eofi, and h. ive com mo /ied operations. Payable fold, wo hour, 1 -3 been struck on tho Exhibition, and v or it 13 bwng piocpedol with m tho Yi, \-w &tr«at. W Totno and part\ aro btkmg tho Ki ndu, on tho Coolmidie 1 lie ot reef, ,. and hi te -. poo I hIiow of gold. The 'Pioneer hab airfiin boen l/ikon ud and v orlc fit irted, and tho pioop ota wo btthnvo, rro good A numbtr ot other clai g ni nt vvrrlc in iho hi mo locality, roino of them giving '*o d rcnultH

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Phillip Division Election. RETURN OF MR. HENRY COPELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

iPMiMji* . IOivMsii) Sli'csflo3i. RETURN OF MR. HENRY C0PELAND. The polling for tho election of u member of the Legislative Assembly to repicsont Phillip Division in tho placo of Mr. II. Mfiatfher, who recontly iciirncd, took place on Thursda}- at tho Inhibition Building, Prince Alfred Park, and re oulted in the return of Mr. Honry Cope land, the .prou-ctionirffc r mdid.ito, v/ho polled '423 vote.'!. .Dr. R^lnh Hodgson, tho freatrado' candidate. ,,,. - nott on the list with 803 votes, and -u. J uioc, Wil- '* son, tho representative ru L'.ior, pollod 1G3. Of the. two remaining candiddTCr., who had retired after nommiitiona lu.d b.isn announced, Mr. J. Y. Hanrahim secured four votes aud Z Ei . W. A. Durn broll ono. The iufjrmai -votu'snumbeied seven. Mr. Copeland, in returning thanks to the elect.A-a for returning him aa their member, said that bo would ahva\ h hcek to represent them well, and to do his duty towards every elector of tho divi sion, no matter if he wore a freetrader or ...

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Bombala Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

lonkila Coeincll BHeetimg'. (from our correspondent.) The regular fortnightly meeting of the Bombala Municipal Council was held at the Council Chambers on Monday even ing la*t. Present — Aldermen IT. M. Joseph (Mayor), II. Garratty, E. Plow right, J. II. Morgan, and J. C. Reid. The minutes of tho previous meeting VV131O Af*KA ii.UU UUillli lllt^U. . The following accounts were read :— - E. Jonas (printing), £1 7s: ; M. M. Emanuel (printing),; . -61 10s. Aid. Reid proposed and Aid. ? Morgan seconded, ' That Mr. Jonas' account bo paid, and that Mr. Emanuel bo asked to advertise for same price as Mr. Jonas. Carried. ' , . ?The .Mayor reported that a proat many bead of Qtock trespassed on the streets on Sunday, and suggested that the Council shou'd apply, for advice from the Municipal Association as to the way they should act to remedy this nuisance. The Mayor auprgested calling for ten ders for the expending of tho grant of £4 10s in Maybe-street, to fill in ruta and bad places near Jo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Farewell to Miss M. W. Craig. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

Farewell to' 'lbs:;Mi:^W^Craig. When it became known that Miss M. Craig, who has tilled the office of pupil teacher at our local public school for the past two ? years, had received notico to quifc our town, it was immediately de cided to entertain her at a social evening. For tbi» nurnoso the Assembly Hall was obtained, and was lent, with the piano, free, by Mta. Raftar. Soon after eight o'clock oa Wednesday, 10th inst., frienda began to gather to gether, and soon they tripped ' the light fantastic too ' to the music of tho piano and accordion. The evening with danc ing and singing passed most merrily, aud before breaking up Mr. Hammond in a few well chosen words expressed on behalf of himself and the parents of the children, tho loss the echool would sus tain through Mins Craijj's doparcure, and said that he voiced the sentiments of the community in wishing her happiness aud proapority in her now Hold of work. He pointed out that it was a decided advantaf.ro to bo removed to Bega,...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

. ' ' . . BOSfBALA. On Monday morning- Mr. A. II. Davis had a smash up. It appears a party of uentle-uen had arranged to go to the. Tantawanglo for ferns, to decorate tho ball room for the Masonic dance to ba held on Wednesday night. Davis yoked up iivs horses to his bii; coach, and before ho could get well -.seated - tho horses plunged forward at a gallop,, bolting down Maharatta-street, past the bridge ths bridge to tha flat, where the coach came into contact wiih one iff the alignment posts, throwing Davis out and smashing coac*i and harness. One of tho horses was drawn about 20 yards before tho others could free themselves. Davis & rtuuately es.v-aped unhurt, but ono or two of the horses wera badly injured. ? A Court was held 'this morning (Tues day), before the P.M., for the purpose of revising the Electoral Hull. The Bom bala, Delegate, a- d Holt's Flat divisions were revised, with the result that nine names were added, eiyht names struck off as dead, SI struck off as ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DELEGATE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

©EfliEGATE MVEK. ' Sol' has beon beating down in all his glory during tho weak, but I'm afraid if thia kind of weather continues much longer its ot'fect Uf;on the crops and grass will be anything but a glorious ono, though overythiug is looking nice and groen juot now. Tho ikUla have been covered with bu?h iires lately, and ats I rode along in the darkne33 on Sunday evening, ono side of a hill presented quite a brilliant appear ance, being ail ablnze. After a. mnsa of correspondence, tho teacher has succeeded in proving to the Education Department that it is thoir duty to erect a i.ew school building on ' the iiver,' in lieu of tho present alab hut. I believe the teacbor intends hold ing a picaic for tho school children next month, Now that cricket is in the air, would it not bo interesting to v7Oi.*k up an ^intercolonial match. Though wo have no Albert Trott or Billy Bruce hero to do battle for the ' cabbage garden,' I am , certain we can rig up a team on thia t-ide of tho bo- dor ...

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CORROWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

CORRQWmC. The late ball in aid of the funds of the R.O. Church, and of wrieh tho Argus i '/ contained such a glowing account, real s , / i-ed £30. It is highly witisfactoiy to all ' i ..concerned that such a decided success } ' should attend tho efforts of the pro ?-* - motors. -.' r Corrowong haq now blossomed forth as , a prominent portion of the Bombala dit \ trict It has a cliuich of noble dimon 'l , sionn, a post office, otc, and the inevitable ,*' ''' correspondent is now due. The occasion \/ -? usually brings forth tho man, and in all I , modesty I offer a few notes on local ! subjects, so that all who run may read. [(,' The first cony of the Delegate Arpsus 1, ' . , took us all by burpi-i^e in thi-- part. We iiear,a: a rumour to tho effect that wo , might expect it bhoitlv, arid now that ., ^ ifc is an accomplished fact we all wonder V h-w it was that this long felt local ro ( quireinont has beon to long neglectod. v - Aa to its buccopu thoro can be no two opinions. It is bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

SELLING OFIM CLB ABANCE SALE ! LEAVING' THE DISTBICT I rpHESE and similar PUFFS — whether togas or otherwise — are now conppiououc eTery where, but we wish to impress on a sensible publio that ' - We have come here to Stay ! We, do not tbink that the publio are sufficiently gullible to asFociato tho lasl outburst of a Storeekeepor with good value. No, it ia not at alL unlikely that i buein«BB man, when bo finds trade not payable, will fcJELL OUT bis BEST GOODS afid as ho does not replenish his stook, ht»B ONLY VERY OLD RUiiBlSH on hand, that io '' Too Dear at Any Priced THE BEST AND MOST SATISFACTORY TERMS ARRANGED. NO 'SELLING OFF FOR CASH ONLY' NOTICES STUCK ABOUT, Comporo Q mlitieo and Pricoo, and ?ou vrill find that for VERY BEST VALUJE you cannot do bottor than go to tho BUSIIMAIs'S FRIEND STORES, where you can obtain everything1, jFroaia a KTcedSc t® rn AjicIios, as the old Baying gooo, nnd ot tho VERY LOWEST PRICES. Don't bo raioled bv « Saloo ' (P) ? SHEARING CIRCULARS and P...

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DISTRICT NEWS. CRAIGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

,' 1/ restrict -news. i (rnoM oua correspondents.) CRAIGIE. Perhaps the most pleasant pnrt of my tas-k on thin occasion, both to your man ngomont, and myself, as jour correspon dent, is that winch I uli-ill undertake v iirdt, viz., to icpoit u?-on the mont fav ourable commont'j heard on all nido-5 upon tho general appearance nncl value of yonr littlo paper. It would bo out of pliii'o forme to eiilaige upon iU merits, hut I have vi-ry much pleasure in notinf tho reports of others. Tho general im ?piosuion id thnt it bc.us a rompaiisou with its Bombala contemporaries, which in, to say tho least of it, somewhat in it3 favour. Your editorial matter portrays sentiments coramen-fablo to all — save, perhaps, j our fiscal vievs, which in thi-s essentially Protectionist district, id bound to meet with faror from the majority, ?while 3 our pron mnccd intention of treat ing tho views of joi.r political opponents ?with that respect which their intullifrenco deserves, is a vtry honorable motive....

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Farm and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

Farm smd (Gardens, Guano and blood manure rank very highly aa rich nitrogenous manure j. They aro more forcing than bonedust, and act more rapidly, but are less lasting in their effect on the soil. Very valuable for garden culture. A little of each should - bo added to every compost heap in the ,-? Rfimn xvn.T?- n.a hnnnclnnt ? 1} .-..: ???; ; /*-&?* Soda and potash are alkaline ma^ureft of potency, and are present in all ordin ary manures, but speiuttl; applications of nitrate of soda and sulphate of potash . are very beneficial to growing crops as a, top dressing, giving great vi#or of growth, and deeponing the verdue of the foliage. Small quantities of soda aud niti'e (or saltpetre) added to composts grcntly im prove their value. Cow-dung has more moisture than horse manure, less heut in decomposition, not so rich in nitrogen. Effect on tho soil much slower, but more lasting. ? Salt1— On a light, and gravelly soil five bushels per acre has increased tho yield of wheatr' F...

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Department of Public Works. Sydney, Sept. 28, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

Department of Pul-lin. W.-.^^ Sydney, Sept. 28, 189J « nTT , r?Mronco t0 y°nr letter of ' tho^Oth xnst m which you aak that the decwion of the Minister Io grant {???--) for expenditure on tho road f1Om Delegate to Tombong, on tho condition thafc the re^r denti interested oub^riba an equal amount mt,y be lecon.idercd, I am dirootod to inform you thnt ay the resi dents are unable to fulill the cnmiifim,. stipulated, Mr. Seoio arv Youn- haa approved of tbo sum of £20 bainr handed overtotholiu^toe.to be nominated by you, for payment u fter worl- on thio toad ' to tho value of £40 hao baon c^rriod out by tho lobidents to tho satibiact'oa of tho local loads oiiicer. I havo tho honor to bb, etc., J. Barling, , W.H.Wood.E^.M.P^18601^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

AT-.. ^JfTTTWi.. fr»TT! Grange Fang, Upper Beiidoc. /X „ TQK , iPON V ; r 8TALM0N - B-AB-rt^Jlnby Euhy' by p°Ppy» imported. JL . ESiu 13J hnndo high, n bri.^br bay, wish tPlook poimn, with £ao action.' Thin cony etood Bt Bairancblo, and la v?oll known,' and _ _.hio ntocfc in tnnoh rpprcciitcd. . ? / TERMS; £03 Each Maro. '--Good paddocto, with ponty of u'mja and , waror, pro^iciCd. All miroa rauafc bo rpmjppfi and poid for oa ? the lot January, 1SC0, or 1/G por weok will bo Charged for nsiotmeat:. ' ALFRED JAMES NTCHOL, Proprietor. WANTED TO PURCHASE A~BULL in Good Condition. Apply TructccD Dpli^cta Tov/a Coaraoa.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

©iiklal (Don'csjMJEiScace. Tire following letters, having referent Public Works Dcpa. tmont. ' Sidney, Auy. 10,1895. Nil* __ 'XX^ij-U ? j — . — -v xlii rorerpt.c to ^ our personal lopresuncatumH with xegard t«, the iigcp,. n m' ♦ tl(' re'3air oC '»o road from Delegate via Rooky Range to Tomboy, lam directPd to infoim ,oil that tho Secotaiy fox Publi, Works is prepared to grant the sum of £20 for thopurp „« on the comlition thnt those interested \ sub?cnb, and pay iato the Treasury a similar amount. J I have the honor to be, etc., ' , J. Barling, v ,„ TT ,,r Under Secretary. W. II. Wood, Esq.. J.P. ' *

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

mHE coil-jit rnE o: tho coepowonc JL BALL -io-ir-) io t--:picc-i ttn'ir linc-io thanks to rlio l'dics cad ouim.j ;-ho uo Jib-1? ally oajistcd ct tlm i- o n'; B -Jl. K r-URI'I-O E. O'UAUE j Hon. Gees. [flic ..^elr/jc-cc .^.rgua. MI MOJI Lf ] IlM.LIh. WEDNESDAY, OCI'OBEB 2Jrd, 1003.

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FIRE AT WOLLENDIRRY [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

HRE AT WULLEXnnaiv [?] [?] chen P I, . WU' ''e-PWg in the kit H a!r. ;84™t 'r- m i°° xt ? ?* 00 overcome nnri Havers verv plucluly es.ayed to save the' furmture and h,,uH,h,,ld effects. *„ thi' -e was .nore fortunate, and, we beW ™«*eded in removing th e greater ^.' t»ntoa place of Mfe^. Within ab'out Wr-an-ho. r freni tho time tho lire ppnutcd, the whole premi, S1 2 - levelJed to the ground. The building -' wo understand, were uniiH,ared. ' '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

A cask whii-h came before the Uotidigo Criminal Court ou Thursday last leads us once again to consider tho question ae to . Whether th-ie io not an urgent necessity for the remodelling of our Criminal Law. The caeo in point iu cue in which a youn-* '?woman attempted suicide iu consequence ?or a falte accusation of theft bpin-r pie - feared against hei, which to p-eyed uo-m her taiiid that in hur dc petition bho attempted to biing upon heiseli ,m un * timely death rathor than suffer tho fating ~». - »uo j.di-j.u .to tvuicu iida ueen cast jJt.'-^ijwn her character. The Judge who presided at the Court said that ' the law ' regarded suiol-io in the eame light as ' murder j and 'ail an attempted murder, ' the penalty for her act was death. The ' only course open to him was to formally ' pass sentence of death, and leave it to mo mucuHvo co grant a i'roe pardon.' Is it possible, oven in tho midst of savagedom, to find anything so absurd as this enactment of a, civilised commu nity ?— a pe...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

IvfenS .TfiEJue TTa^Ser ? Tick following is tho mail titno tabla ob served at the local ollico : — - flails leave Uelogato evory -rou-lay, Tliui-aday and S.iturdaj' nt 2 p.m. for Crai^ie, N.lchnlson'a anil Bombala, rc-idi- iug lattci' place afe 7 p.m. Leave Bjmbala nt 5 a.m. on Snndn.3'8, Wi-d.iefldajs and Fiiiu^-s, arriving nt Deleg'ttc, via Nicholson's and Craig^o at . 10.30 a.m. Ldiivo Dulogatn ovcry Sunday, Wod nosday o.nd Friday for Corrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.m. Loavo Currowong nt 10 a.m. on Mon : days, Thuradavs and Saturdays, arriving at Dolegate at ip.in. Loavo I)clogat8 every Sunday and 'Wodnesdnv ^/j 11 a.m. for Tombonrf, arriving 'at' JMo^ato on return ovor.v Wednesday and Sunday nt 7 p.m. Loavo Ddlo.-uto at 11.30 11. in. on Sun day and 0.H0 «.m. oa TJnuj.lay, ruachin/, . ' Bondoc (Vic.) '2 p.m. ou Sundaj- and .1 'p.m. ou Thurnday, Bonang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and -I p.m. on Thursday, and Orbour. (Vic.) at G p.m. on Monday and G.30 p.m. on Friday. Le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

: \ ;c./-; o o m lois, :K^-;':..:?©rse-sbiwpieii& '?'?? -r ; XJEWEEAL; BLMJEmTSI, v STILL KEBPS THE LEAD. '.'?'.'?????': /§- TT^' raturninpf thr.nkn fcc :''?? ' :.'. !j& (j?l\ — i-»3 niar.y Cur.t-jm«r£ ? -;. ; -£$?$-£ aai tIi0 K° lottil publio i:or ?..,??' V^^y^sS tho pr.it 1G yc.-.v^, duoires ' '' ?''' A~~~^J' i^ *' Etrl^3 tout ho hso pur. ?.?-' '?'??'' ??:($} f\jtr_s chisbd a lr.rjjo ctorl: of '?.': '???'?? ' |/^£Jj'-3fe-;0i Jronmonrrory, r.lco Bii'zfty ? ??' ^-j, -^^-.fe^ P.-1G3 and Shr.ita. In fact, .'..' . :0wt!'fc fiii?;i,jf^.. ovorythinf; connected with ''?'.?? #£ff * ^sIM th0 trad0 t0Pfc in otro'r :^--^4^SttlSas=Sii---'. ALL WORK GUARAN '? TEED and dono oa tho 3hort:?3t Notico and ? : at ChoapnEE'R.i'os. . N- B iy6 employed, co thnfc vou can d*p?:id ? on yonf horae* boinu well ond csvo-nlly ono^. /???THE- C©MMi3ffiCaAl[i liaOTlBL, ???? ???? William Rafter BRSIRE3 to mtam tnWcn t - tho roei ~d»n*of D-t'.u/ivN) nn-l ?-urro:in-iin£r 4 .-??.- to r. tor t.h-- iihi...

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Pithy Points. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

Pithy Points. ? -a- ? * , ^ An old gander waa recently liillecl in ? ;:.' Virginia at the ago of ninety. The name' : of the unfortunate boarding houso who :. diow tho prize is not given. The differonco bottveen the. coot and - :' Her lorer is, tho ono cooks the meat, the '.'??? other meets tho cook. '? 'Enry, take tho 'arnees hoff the 'orae, . ?) yat tho 'altor hover 'is 'ead, and give 'im 'ay and hoata to hoat.' , '.'-' It io 6aid that a human being haa oevon : ?' millions of ijores through which per-, -' apiration and exhausted particleB of tho system escape. Wo aro &\l poro croa- ' tures. .....' ? A Deloware . man lost his -wife and' . racehorse by tho enmo stroke of light ning, and he tried for two houra to ro viyo tho horao. It is all {\.-jr vroll for little children to '' bo lambs, but it is a bad thing for them to.growupBb.ee]-. Swinging is said by the doctors to be a good exorcise for health : but we have, known many a poor wretch come to hia death by it. .. ? ' Well...

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