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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 May 1906
U ; BURNS ^AND -SCAtbg; .-. -\ H A Cook Gives Zam-Buk Great. ! I; .UVMJj- .IPraJse.; vx!:::^-irM- ; ^M 'As I am a Cook by profession,' ' H *ays ;Mr.- S. ? Balcomo,- of'-Holloway . ? Road, .Mitcholtown,, WelIington,..N.Z./ B| 'and- constantly engaged over, a fire;. BH I am very liable to roceivo, burns, ana wm scalds. ' A few days ago, I had the [? misfortune to have my hand and wrist BH scalded with .boiling fat. Having' ?? Zam-Buk by, me, I at oncd applioa SH1 the balm.' .!? Me heat and inflammation ?? wore at onco banished and tlio wounds - BJ were soothed. Before night-timo SM nearly all traces of tho scalds had jM disappeared. - I have also- used Zam H link for cuts and sores, and havo no M licsitation in pronouncing it a first-* BH class preparation,' which I, far one, SH will' never bo without.' Zam-Buk is Hi superior to the old stylo embrocations ' SH and Jhmnouta. Uubbing Zam-Buk in Ml rubs pain, stiffness, or weakness out, Ml a'd it should always bo used for soro EBJ iicas....
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 May 1906
At tho ? '.annual 'oonf erenco ot the Hibornitm1IAnatralanittn- Oatholip Benefit Society at'Ballatat-bn'Friday: the follovf iib'g'rule was paoood,' tho olauBO-hns b«on appro vod by: Arohbialiop Garr :— ^-If any member marry a non-Roman Cathpljo outside tho;(Jatholio (Jauroa or.othertviBO. and ceases to* be' a practical Catholic, ho shall, itHb'o chajilaiii'bf ttia braniih con eider it necessary, hay e a chqrgo preferred against him by the eecretary, and, if found guifty-1 bytUe'juflrdid^ committee ofthifr branch', olinll. bo oipolled.frpm tho BOdiety.ot' '? -:: '?? ???? ? ' ????-?? ? 1 : The^' Monaro Mercury' says : — Ar- rangb'moritS ; are belnginado for tho dos- ' ptttch'r6f': ciiiBigniniJnts' of 'yearling andr two-year-old trout to BIuo tako, near the anrnmit of JIounfr'Eoaciuoko, whore, it is| thought, tho'flsh'ilhSnld'th'rive, owing to; tBd^fttOt ihat'for half .tbe'year the eurfaco ! of tho ialio-is'frdiorii ? Tho chief difficulty : in conflobtion with the venture ie tbo! trdns...
The Markets [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 May 1906
Tffie'1«a'ri(iels''' Beoa.— E.I.-Pellroports having sold' n largo number of dattleetb. at the Boga yards on Tabaday1. i:Prices :— rat pigs,' aia.fld.toi 20a Od i fat bullooka £5 15a to £0 9s ; fat cowa, Ji\ to X4 18a Od j springing hoifcrs, £& to £S 17a -? Od;.BpringinBl,cflw», A-*,.4sfr- ^6 ,!?»; baok watfthetfors, *M3a.oa to & Ba, 18-m0nthaj-ld hoifors to JE2'Gs; store cows, 30a .to 83a s for ward 'co'rid!tidnea'storo cows, £2 Sato1 i21Baj poddlca',-163 fld to 27a Bd. Draught ho*K» (ip, i-9n.llta r. ' I ? .' ? r .'.,?!?. I-'.' '? ? l ?UA, AIWi I- ??? T .-. 1. --?????? ? . BAraNBDAtE.— Jlosara. A. Macarthur & Co. roport-undor date April 28:-Pim.-OnJrM poonodi more inqturloa and maVkot on thd inl proTO. Baconora madd't* £2 Ba/porkora :£1,: ilipa Oa. .gheop^-Small yarding; good in nulriosfor all' olassos.1 ??Wo.eold— 10* fat wothbra;fltl,78i 35 do; smafl, at ,15a.Bd.i 125 acod orosabred and oomubaok dma,,? and 8-^ tootti, atl&fldj^Omorino wothers, 2-to...
Another Case! [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 May 1906
???;/? -Another Case t : [ Sydney, Friday.— ^At the inquest on Lily Woodworth, who recently died at tho Royal. Soepltal, Paddington, 'the Coroner found that tho . docaased died frum the oCEeots of blood poisoning, the result of a certain ovont brought about by Florence Knowlow) who wae com mitted for trial on a ahargd of murder.
Bombala Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
Boiiibala Notes. (FROsr ouR'toRRiairo-iDKST). .The Band dancd'uif 'Wednesday niirhf wiw again very largely attoodod, viiitota attending from Aston and Cuthcurt. o o As the cold wanther approaol.'on, golf nnd tennis ore bocoming very popular again. Several golf enthusiast* u'ro bo coming oipuctH ut tho game. ? u . . ? ' ? ? t At a mooting of tho Council 'of St.' Matthia's Clittruli of England, held on Thursday, it w/ih dacidwl to purclmHo n buggy for tbu Pariah us souu no pooVtblu. Mr. Jonas Bubmitted (it auction oil Thursday,' the selection adjoining K'ukn- ' long Station, which bolougu.1 to tho laid Mr. Miahnel Woolfo. Tho property how avor failed to olicit a uinglu bid.' ^ A meeting wnn hold on Thursday for the purpoxo of winding up thn alTairs of. tho Bombala Co-n'porativo Milling Com pany. The now propriutora ( Messrs. Trovanion Bros.) aro reported to be doing vory woll with their spoculation. o o ( Mr R. II. Cook, formorJ.v manager of tho Bank of New South Wales hero, hau had v...
Mothers! [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
?'. ? ?'??0'v'v'- MotliersY. ? ':?':-. . ?.'.? l)o you know thiit Dr. Shaldon'B Now; pieoovery';will relieve Croup instantly? As it contains no harmful drugs'of any! kind, it ia'perfectly safe for your bhild ran. Small Dose. Pleasant to tokn: Price 1/0 ; large bizo 3/- For salo by ?'$[.'[ Goodman k Co.; Dalogule. '';''?;. ' ' :'rV;H''-
General Cables. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
. -Ceneral Cables.- '?'?.'?' ? Xondon, , . Wednefldilyi— ^fhe Dulwic'h %e-eleotibn.resulted;ia the return of the Conservative .candidate by a large ma jority. :; ''y .,.?'.. ?:-?.:?- . - :';; ; :?'/ ? ' I'he'UjS.A. Senate has recommended the construction ot a aso-level canal ut Panama:- , . . . . ? ; j The London wool sales continue ani-j mated, ahdprices are fully Cmaintairied. i
Affairs in Natal. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
.' Affairs iu Natal. 'liONDON,' Wednesday ? The Natal Oov ernment has dnoided to roraain in office, provided: tho Unoccupied Land-Tax Bill iB rb-introduced. : ' . ? ?. i '? . It ia reported that another Zulu tribe has joined the rabbis, and that further tribes are preparing, to join. '' -.'?? '. Tho Cape poliqq havo captured o, rabol Hottentot chief, and several followecs: .
The Education Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
The Education Bill. . ;': LoNDOHy: Wednoaday.-^ihe Under Sacratary, in o speech at Portsmouth, said thnt if the extreme policy of uncom promising hostility to the Education liili continues the Government would accept the challenge. At a great meeting in London, city ohurohmen carried a resolu tion-protesting against the BUI, . ?;' '
Ergophobia. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
Ergopltobjja r':..:.-£.Kv. '. : .:-;,;-.;' '? '.- Judge Audiboh, K.C., at tae Southward court, was uslted (eava an exchange) to terminate an award he bad made' under the Workmen's Compensation Act of £1 .per week in. favor of a farrier. Mr. V'Ooumbe.iWho. appeared for. tho employer, said the 'man had' quite recovered' from the effects of the injury, and was now. only suffering ir6m.!',ergophobia.' ? ?' . Judge Addiaon: Eh ! What's that? (Laughter.) . ;.;--; .'; Mr. Coumbe: Ergophobia, from ergon an(i-|ihuUpB. . It moana ajmtred pr.terrpr * of SvorJtViv.lt je ar'neV^ d.?Beaee whieh ;a' toedickl'papsr lias recently* called ? atten tion to, and which it says is becoming ?very prevalent. (Laughter.) „,,.;' ' Judge AddiBon : A new disease I Why,' it is a' common disease I have been ^amlliarwith all -my, life/;; (Laog^'teri); An enormous number of people are . Afflicted with, it— (more laughter)— but ' 'tbfo'ls tberHrat- timorilvh&ve-hear^^lie namo; but, as I Bay, I know of the di...
Woman Bank Robber. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
v^ Wonian Bank Robber. .??-??' From Buenos Aires tho correspondent ot the London ' Daily Mail' . wroto on December 25th : — 'V'' The professional bank robber who Is half bushranger and half burglar has of lato fouad a favorable field of operations in Argentina. ' Three banks have been attagked, anil in eaoh entifi. the robbers got ajray with their plnndor. , ; ? ?* ??????' : Three men and one woman diegulaed as a man, nilorraeitothe'-tejfth, rode up to -the banlfif. tho town of, Villa Meroedoa on' lOta December,. and afte? overpower ing the officials ranancked.tne safos. .They only BucoeededinigottinK o-way with £120 in gold.'.aii tliay were attackod by renidente; The' barf£ manager was badly 'wounded in the head, and one. of the ro.bhof8,received,,i-fljullet in theband^ In August an exaotly similaT outrage occurred' at Bio Gallegos, and ia believed tolbeithb'work.bf ;ta!o eame gang, whioh is weirkaffWif ifiTi'meriija. ???????' ?' These four confederates have a long -'tecbrd of orim...
MAY.—31 Days. PHASES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
MAY.--*31 Pays. PHASES OF THE MOON. First Quarter. ? 2nd at .0.7 a.m. Full Moon ? Oth nt 12.10 a.m. ' Last Quarter. ? ICth at 6.3 p.m. New Moon ? 23th at 0.1 p.m. . First Qoartor.'. ? 31st at 4.24p.m. 'g %'.' i' /':; :S' '. °j a ' If 2 *?? : ??'? ' !' to ' S ,ra ?g Day of Week a a , a g g- w » | ? 3 Q ? _ , ii ji ii a p.m. p.m. . 1 Tueeday^ ': fl' 20 C 10 12 40 10 69 .2 Wednesday^ 030 6 15 1 26 11 67 3 Tharedn'y '?' 0 30 6 14 2 '6 A.M. 4 Friday .' . 6 31 5 13 2.46 12jG8: 5 Saturday 0 32 5 12 3 24 2 1 C SUNDAY 0 33 6 11 4 3 3 0 Tljlonday 0 34 5 10 4 44 4 13 8 Tuesday 0 36 6 0 6 27 6 23 0 Wednesday 0 36 6. 8 0 10 0 33 10 Thursday ? 0 30 6 7 7 7 7 44 11 Friday 6 30 5 0 8 3 -8 51\ 12 Saturday 0 37 6 ? 5 0.2 0 ,66 13 SUNDAY 0 U7 5 '6 10 3 10'68 14 Monday 0.38 6 4 11 3 11 44 16, Tuesday 0 3D 5 3 a.m. p.m. 10 Wedneaday OMO 6 2 ISrr* 1,-0 17- Thursday 0 40 6 3 12 60 144 18 Friday 0 416 1 1 65 .2.17 10 Saturday .042 5:0. 2-40; ':240 20 'SUNDAY 0 42 5 0 3 43 3~20 21 'Monday 0 43 4 60*4 38 3 6...
Tired of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
Tired of Life. ' Sydney, Friday.— Charles Hill has been fonnd in a paddock near Quoru (?), S.A., with a bullet wound in his head. A rills was f jund close by tho deceasod, who, it appears. Had received a kick in the h«nd from a hor.-ui noran yo.irs ago. Ho loft a lottor bidding goodbyo to his wife, parents m.d rolatives.
Local and Other Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906
Local and -Other Items. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Pepponnint Cure. Is Cd. Mn, Huoh O'ECabr has for sale two buggies and a dray. . Miss Mabie Nauellb, the vooalist, has: loft England for Australia. j ' A shook of earthquake, was roportod from near Goulburn during the week. '. , Mn. T. D. PnrrcnAnD, of Hagon Broa., ?tailbrn. in in town, and may be consulted atMudiu's Hotel. ;???;-.'..'.*:.....???.?* : '. Mne. Flynn (nee Miss Witton) the wifo of Dr. Flynu, of Sydney, is ut pres ent on a visit to Delegate. For Children's Hooting Cough at Night, ; 'Woods' Great Pepponnint Cure. lsGd. We have been aBkod to draw attention to Messrs. Booth's and Goodman & Co'e. change of advts. Mb. II. N. Mudif. announows thnt he haa taken ovor tho hnirdressing business adjoining the Delegate Hotel. Thk Rev. C. C. Gillett conducted sorvioo at St. Phillip's Churoh of Eng land on Sunday morning lnst. * ?' - ?' We -iro informed that the greater por tion of the ' Hall of Commerce' is to...