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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) IMPERIAL CONTROL IN THE SOUTH SEAS. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

LATEST, BY CABLE. {From the Sydney Herald: ) IMPERIAL CONTEOL IN THE SOUTH SEAS.. : . London^ .Tune 22."' 'l 1 Inthn Houao of( Commons 4thi3; ovoninp^ tH'o ;&6'verunaent; L',wa3 'questioned ,ns; Jo ;thW steps'.tbey.proposB to take for the suppression .of.vslavo'ry 'and; knidnapping. of--natives; of islaridaiin'tlioPttcifio Oeonn. : . '. Vj-::i - . "'In1 reply;; Mr.'Qtatit! Duff,'. Und eisSecre taryf',o^;StatoTq'r; tiiol polonies, statbd^tli'at it was tho intention of tiioGovernment to tekay the . matter ;into 1 their early: consideration. It- wns proposod that. moans should bo' adoptod whoreby, an internntioual ngroo-; rneut belwoon . tho Powors.interested might be;brought about with- the objeotfof counter?; opting thoovila: ariBing from lddnajiping. ":''

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then i nnd what's (he newi!"-King John. The small-pox patients ore progressing favourably. Dr. Taylor has been gazetted additional vaccinator for Wagga. A Public school is to be established at Golspie, near Taralga. A sharp frost prevailed in Goulburn on Saturday night. Monmouth still remains first favourite for the Victorian Derby. . Darriwell's time for 2 miles, 9 min. 83$ sees, is the best record in Australia.. In February last, during tho time of the Yass annual races, Mr. Leseborg's jeweller's shop, in Ooomn-street, STass, was broken into and about. £300 worth ol jewellery.was carried off. The. detectives in searching the houjo of a man named Haynes in Sydney on Friday, dropped across all the jewellery stolen i'roni Mr. Leseberg. Dr. .rohnson, hospital doctor at Oopoland, died suddenly from inflammation of the lungs on Wednesday. Master: "John! John.! 'I am sorry, to see you in this state again. Drink is your groatest enemy." John: "Yesshir, but ainswee ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 25. (Before. Mr.C.S, Alexander.) FOR[?]G AND UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

COULBURN, POLICE COURTfl .> >( >M (SATURDAY, JUNE 26;;,!. .,(BEJEORE. Mr. ,p. S, A1 OXNNDOR.).. T :.. U:IARONPIIFO . AND . OTTBIUNO.' '"' instant^at Goulburo, forged ana ? .» uttered^a>olieqae;! !-v' : *' r1 }?/ >??''? '..; r : \ -t p'4ioo|^;^8{e^aj^;afietjipjpin'iftpm'-A 801x107 iping^liljnd^hoaic^liwotifctolthornoouaod'a lfjclgingp iu Goulburn ji' I'obargQtl liim'with: Edmund .Copper Maufrod, no architect livinpr in Qo.ulburn, deposed : I know tho prisoner; lio liwi been ill niv employ fo<" the iuat thr-H wc(.kn as n draughtsman ; I di.l' not discharge'Itiui ; I paid him about £!); I paid hiui two clKqiu-s nnd Rome silver :"the cheques wore on the 'Australian Joint Stock Bank; ho won nmployod Hy tho dav ; tho signature on llio cheque [produced] is not mine ; I havo no account at tho New South Wales Bank in Goulhurn ; I have soon t!io prisoner's writing ; tho writing on tho cheque is like bis j ho had no authority to sign my name on cheques; I do not know ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dismissal on Technical Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Dismissal on Technical Grounds. :. ..In one,ofthe,dismissed oases at the Wator Police Court, on , Thursday a point of im portance was, decided. Four young men, who wpro ut tlia recent fatnl fight at Randwick, were charged with riotous; be haviour" in a public place. It seemed . from' the'evidbhce t|iat when tho police disturbed the crowd, thai defendants were.sitting,in a buggy.' watching the1 fights/and when the general dispersion followed upon the i ap^ pearanae of the" officers (of tlio'.law, tlioy drove away, in their btiggy. ".'Sehior'sergeant Lavyler, .howoyer,. followed, them in to town: and: arrested .them in Market-sireot. Mr.' Williamson! raised the: point that the place ' wlidrouth;6' fight ,occnrred/was hot a, public,, placo'v^^ of,'the . Act. ? The very. fact .that a' board was exhibited; warning persons against ; trespassing 011 tlie reserve, was 'fiuffibient to prove this;. No'p'ne but-the Corp6nition*couid|' prosecute ' in : this * case. The bench (consisting of Mess...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

.WJU3acX.y CALENDAR SCHDAY . -Miiuiny, Tuesday . Wodyexduy. Thursday... Friday-,., Batiiiday... ' liny ol | ivin rmet. Jlontli. 11. 111. Jane 20 27 28 2!t SO July I 2 4 58 4 GS 4 09 4 fiO G 0 5 0 6 0 MOON'S Piiaeis, Now MOOD, 27tli Juno, 12,8 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oxford-street Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Oxford-street Tramway. A meeting of the Cabiuet was held on Thursday morning, especially to consider the protest made by some tradespeople of Ojcfofd'streoc agoinst duplicating the' lino of tratiirnils in that t.horouf^lit'nre- After due consideration it wos decided to proceed with the work. The Government have given their assurance that every effort: will be made- to avoid causing permanent injury to Oxford-street, aud tliHt the duplication shall bo effected ?,with as little delay as pos sible. They hope confidently that by widening and improving the area for traffic to the causeways, laying the rails so as to allow space for vehicles '.on either side, and by tho early introduction of a superior class of motors, the inconvenience to tho tradespeoplo in the street will bo less ;than that caused by the single lino. The roadway is broken up, find in a vory short time tho double line will be laid, .although of course it will take- some : time longer to put. the street in first-class or...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The f[?] of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: MONDAY, JUNE 27. LOCAL OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

I^UBLISI-TET) EVEKY MOENING Trullii ever lovely since Hie world began, XI]c foo or tyninU and tlie friend of man.-Campbell. A GOULBUftN: MONDAY, JUNE 27. LOCAL OPTION. It is only right and fair that the residents of any locality? .should have « voice in deter mining the amount of a trade whioli shall be carried on in their neighbourhood, when it is shown by experience that an excess of that particular branch of business is fraught with danger to the po«ce, the health, the morals, and the general prosperity of the community,. This is what the. advocates ot local option demand, and if they < an estab lish the grounds on which tbeii claim is based, wo think they have a good right to obtain the boon they ask for. In a locality whore one public-house might; bo regarded Bs.a necessity, aud whore there would be' sufficient legitimate busiuess for one house to do, with profitable roBultB, tlie establish 1 meat of six or ton public-houses, must inev itably tend both , to injure, t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stained-Glass Windows. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Stained-Glass Windows Messrs. Lyon, Cottier, and Co., of Liver pool-street, Sydney, have just completed t-ha Ins'., pair of stoinod-i*lnss windows for St, Patrick's Church, at Burrowa. Sorno ti.'io ago we described thealtar window, and four of. the side lights, but at thut time tlir con tract had .not been coinploted. Each of these two Inst, windows contains two lights, and the subject depicted in eaoli corresponds in style and character to those we referred to before. Thus the first, shows St. Joseph, holding bis emblem, the lily blossom, and leading by the hand the infant Saviour j the second bears the figure of a guardian angel bending over a pilgrim child ; the third de picts St.. Ignatius pointing to the motto of iris order, "Ad major em Dei gloriam and the fourth represents St. Matthew with the volume of his.gospel.' In all, tho colors ore rich and well blended ; and tho faces are beautifully drawn, that of the child Christ being an exquisite little study. Sydney Humid.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. A Treat To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENEBAL "NEW 12. A Treat To-night. > The farewell performance of the' Ameri can Sorenuders and tho .World's; Grand Presentation Festival will mice place at .ilia Mechanics' Institute tbis evening : in con nection with the Sereruidcrs agrund dancing arid singing contest will take place. Three beautiful cups will be given 10 the winners ; 1st cup to be presented to the best step dancer, second cup to bo presented to the best comic vocalist, third cup to be pre sented to the best sentimental vocalist. As an extra attraction, each person purchas ing a two-shilling or three-shilling- seat will receive a present. A grand dis tribution of prizes will also take place; as the leading gilts, a beautiful watch, a tea a'id coffee service (4 pieces), a set of picklo jars and stand, a cake busker, a cruet-stand, u silver-uiounted inkstauil, and 50 other useful and valuable' presentsWill he given away. The three beautiful cups to be presented to the three successful com petitors for d...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spurious Coins. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Spurious Coins. A discovery of nn important clmrncter j was made on'Thursday by Dotcctivo Wil- J liams. In-the premises where dwelt Henri Monleau (one of the four men committed a week a(?o 'to take their trial for the bare faced robbery on an open wharf, in midday, of three or four largo trunks, about to bo put on board a steamer bound for Mel bourne) seven exquisitely oxecutcd moulds l'or tlie purpose ot casting half-crowns, with a number of crucibles, and a supply of metal suitable for the purpose, were discovered. As the uoan was not actually in possession of the premises at the cime of the discovery, it is questionable whether any steps for pro secution can be taken.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Epileptic Fit. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

: Epileptic Fit. On yesterday afternoon an old 'gentleman,; Whilst- walking along Sloane-street, about tiiidwBy betweon'Monlague-atreet. anil Dick son's Hotel, iell down in what proved to have been an epileptic fit. Fortunately Dr. Drtvidaou \vas passing by at the time, and |could, have prescribed* for. hini if it'; were tieuesaaiy, but he saw there were no reme I dies required, furtlior than the loosening of I the man's ueck-tie, and easing the position of bis body. The patient soon reoovoreii sufficiently to give bis name as Williamson to souior-cimstable Emerton, and after a few minutes he announood that he felt able to go to his lodgings.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashionable Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Fashionable Wedding. At n fashionable weddiuir tho othor day in Melbourne-that of Mr. Norman Wilsou, tho London fashion with regard to bride's ettondarts vrus carried out; and for tho 'first tithe in Melbourne little boys in beautiful fjnoy drosses bore tho bride's train. Tho .bride's cake who of vary-fair dimensions, being above 5 foet high.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Courts of Inquiry [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Courts of Inquiry Will bo hold at the following places on iko dales mentioned, before Mr. Oumniis sioner J. ti. KingGunning, 5th July,; Yaas, 7th July; Gk>ulburn, llih July; Turalga, 14th July; ? Orookwell, lGth July; Bungendore, 23rii July; Quoanbeyan, 20th Ju!y. ,V -'Z

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lover of [?]pium. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

'Q.(, if!'. .V }6 Lover, of Opium.,, The Deniljquiu;'poJioo .cuifr.t^'wus,^aays the Chronicle) quite Uesbiggd);^ ? by . Chinaman anxious;t6 hoarsthe !cas'e> against one of thdiivbrethorn,:OKung Sa«y, charged witli: Bt'8Mling; opium ^of ' the value of £25. FrouV thp 'evidonto' of: Stin Hiirliny, a store- ? f.kooparvati the :'Oi)in: so camp at Doniliquin, who gave his tesiimonyithroutfh'ah interpre ter,, it appeared the prisonerwas in the habit of going messages*for!prosecutor,°artd'ot> the 91h>instnut'ha WHS entrusted with a boxcou ;toinin(? twenty tinB -'of'opinm, addieased- to "Ah Kit, Mouma, utul.iuBtiuotod to" get the same booked at .the Doniliqiiin railway sta tion, andtwns' given'3/6 i'withJwhioh'to pay oarringo.;pJUuii';th.e 'iToad'.OtOi&tW'? station, " Juljn,". with an ingoniniisness worthy of a boltorlo/iuse,'sfiems-to^liave arrived-at the stationVyith his" chargp, minus the address. Tlo'ihen gottho olerk"lo put ;his (accused's) iadd'rosfl on tlie box)- a'nd...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

tjiBiimi-ftmmmmmmi ? MASS WI/jIj lili aBLMiUAVlSU AT GOULBURN UltjTlUOT. June ?.9-Fea6t ot Baint« Peter and Paul, Holi day of Obligation, GrurruDdnb. July -. j-Grabbcn (Sullen (Spring Yulley, Bread albase. ? 10-O-Valge, IiagftHDi Mummcll. Confirmation at Sts. Potor and Paul's Cuthodrul, < CJoulburn, Sunday, 3tat Julv. rv OROOICWRLL DISTRICT. Juno 29tl>i Wednesday, (Holiday of Obligation), Mrs. Pennington's, Binda, YASS MISSION, Einalong, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

STOCKTAKING aBBWCTSOKr IN General Drapery, ClotMog, etc. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. -For' Fourteen. Days Only ! KlLEf BROTHERS HAYING a very LARGE STOCK of NEW WINTER GOODS, have determined to make such REDUCTIONS in all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE previous to Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing*, Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Fancy Dresses, Winceys, &c., &c. At Sjess titosfi Msilf-Frgce I A LOT OF REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST! {Blankets 3s 6d} bsimsy {Blankets 4s lid} "BBa*©tE&er§ _____ {Blankets 5s lid} GOULBIM {Blankets 8s lid} ]>ttssMe ISed IMsxuafcets 8s. lid. to % ©UaiBieas. i. Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid Men's Overcoats 8s 6 d J i Men's Ov«rc^ats, 8s 6d Mesa's Tweed Drouscrs and Vests to match, 8s lid RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Colored Mole Trousers, 3/11 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11-worth 8/11 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 8/11-worth 14/6 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's do do, h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

(^POSITIVELY THE LAST' NIGHT! 43J MEC.HANICS^~INSTITUTE, 'GoiJiiisujRiii* 1 At 8 o'clock, ^^Extraordinary Attraction^^^ TO-NIGHT! T~ TO-NIGHT TO (MONDAY) - EVENING,: . June 27TH,., .. ... i AT BIGHT O'CLOCK, i Positively tho liist nppearnnoe;iu Goulbtirn of ff THE;A'MERIfeAli'----::':: m §UMM3M " . " AND .THE v WORLD'S GRAND '.PB'E S EWT A T10 FS'STI Vfll MONSTER PROGRAMME!' TO-NIGHT! I TO-NIGHT ftrT>E. StJBE AND , ! JD ' C^-Q THE GEEAT eANCINGAND r ' QINGING : j o QONTESTS 3-j . iBKAVJCEJB'WSi .' ' ' :Q;. '".its "ax 3E». s o , To be pi'osontod to;tho 3 !\yinuers. ' . FIRST OUP to bo proso'ntoii to best Stop Dniioor ?, (npoti to nil corners) 1 /SECOND CUP to bo presented to( best; Cotnio . , i Voonlist (upon to iiH;6oinors) \ [THIRD CUP,to"Jjo;t>rasbtitbd to beat Sentimental .Vocalist (open to ail domem); : i'> j? GIFTS I ' GIFTS! " /ir: 'v'®35 GIFTS ; IMPOBTANT, NOTICE,!;:/ r, Efxcli and Every Person: Purchas ing' a.! SliiUing-.oiv 31 SfiiUing, Seat will recieve a Present ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

-y , COMMERCIAL. FARM PHODTJOE. ? SYDNEY, Friday. At IJ10 Darling Harbour railway terminus tliis morning, there was a large supply .of * produoe and forage from the intermediate stations on the Western and Southern lines. The market was well attended, and prices continued to be; maintained. Oaten hay, in bale, selling from 4/7 ,to5/2> in truss,. 3/7 t .< to 4/6; and in bundle, 3/1 to 5/1 per cwt; I / lucerne hay,; in truss, 3/2 to 3/7 per cwt; "' " oaten chaff, in bales, 4/6 to 4/10 ; in bags, 5/5( bags included;, mixed cuaff, in bales, 3/8; ia bags, 4/, bags included; cut straw;, in bale, 3/to 3/1 ; wheaten liay,- in sheaf, ill *>:-0/7 v 'straw, clean lots, in bale 2/6! to 2/9, . . ond'in buudle 2/9 to'3/2 per cwt; wlieaten' and oaten, in bundle .4/ to 4/3; oaten straw, in ; bundle 3/3; oaten sheaves, 3/5 to 4/1 /' per cwt; do and, ryq straw, 4/11 : potatoes, 3/5 to 4/6; swede turnips, 3/ to 3/3 per cwt, tags inclusive ; pumpkins 1/6 to 3/6 per doz. On the wharves,...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

UNION CLUB HOTEL, (SliOASTSl-STfiKESSST. ' *. Q TIT X- 33 XJ; 3E& 3SJ . "®. mccJmum; BEGS reBpuutfnlIy;to inform tlio inhabitants of Goulburu and surrounding Districts that he has rented those largo and commodious Promises in Sloano-strcct (opposite. Messrs. Furnor and Suns), now known as the Usro® . CMJH IffOTEIi, . Whoro Ijo hopes by civility, strict attention to busi' noss, and keeping none hut the 1 1 Very Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and. Beers, ?To. merit tt share of public patronage. , ' . He also bogs to inform them'that, through special arrangements which iiu has made, he is onabled to guarantee to Tra\oilers and the public generally . JEWSSfltST A'cicOMM®©ATI©]V conducive to Ibeir comfort, and is determined to make the UWa<OT CMJB HOTlil. second to none in the city, , First-class Stabling. Charges Strictly Moderate. I). MoOALLUM, ' ' ' . PnopiiiitToh. WHOLESALE wsiE&:sm;sifliiEs. Msss. w. M.. BS©IA1 BEGS to announce to lio'r Friend's ond the Pu...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Question of Legitimacy. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

A '^Question of;-.-Legitimacy.' Fiom the number of lawyurs and laymen assembled in tho Supremo Court on Friday morning it wos evident 'that groat 'interest wao takoD iu the decision to .be.given aB to the legitimacy of Williolimn, the duughtor of tho wife of John Henry Linden, agentlo man living at Burwuod until the year 1370. Longihy arguments had tiilcen place in court on previous days. His Honor' the Chief Justico said it had boon urgod that this was a caco which ought to bo lvfeirod to a jury, but it did not socui necessary to invoke the Bid of a jury whore, as in this instance, no doubt iWted,iri'tho mind's;of,thoir honors as to the facts. Lords Lyndliurst'ond Oottsn hftm two (if tho most eminent lawyers in Eupland, had laid down tho principle that children born during the lifetimo) of a husbaud aud wife must bo. regarded nh legitimate^ unlBSB there was evidokco of particular circumstances and special conduct of tli9 parties wbich rebutted tho , pi'iBsump tion of logiliranoy, b...

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