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Cable Items. THE SITUATION IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
?'.?'????? 'Cable Items. THE S'TUATION IN TURKEY. INCK83ANT flghting ha3 taken place t\t Zfitouri. in the proviiico of Aleppo, Turkey, where 12,000 Armenians tvero recontlj- reported tr- havo attacked tho citadol and massacred tho gurrition, con »inting of COO Turltioh ooldior.-!. On hearing of tho miio-t'icr-i tho Sultan bacurao greatly onragfd, and ordered Muat-ipha Paaha, tUo Governor of tho irovinco, to raze tho city and duatroy tho Arinoniau-i. Heavy loaaou havo beon Muntoinod by both oidoo. stantinoplo to tho effect that th-- Turks havo captured Zoitoa 1, and that the Armoniano havo lied to t' e neighbouring movmtaino. Tno Anibacaadora in Comitantinoplo tried to prevent a tiueivtanud mauaiicro of the Armo'.ii.-ina at Zaitoun, ptntta! by the Palace p.-trty.in revougo for th-* Armenian attack on tho citadnl. Tho Runoian Ara ba.-ifwidor, however, d cliued to a;iT«o to tho carrying out of in acurca w-hich the rt-(jr«c3ntativQ0 o£ tho othe? Powero bo lieved would bavo provt-d o£2cd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
' ')'? .; ??? ???'?''; ? ? V-. - and . ~- , ;.. .' '., ?????;? CALI, AND INSPECT THE GOODS; A3 space will not allow of -i full list lieing published, only a few linos in each : ' depart mei -t axe quoted, but All Other Goods are equally^ as Cheap. OOY'S 1C BEST SNOWDROP SUGAR, p. r 701b Ba^. 16-. OOVS No. 3 BRIGHT YELLOW SUGAR, p-i 70u» Ba.. 14-. A QUARTER CHEST SPLENDID NEW SEASON S TEA and 181b9 SNOW DROP SUGAR ior 12h. Arrowroot, 5d por lo Baking Powder, 1h 3d p»rlb Millot Brootnn, lOd ouch Bluo, 9ii p»-r Ib f Cora Flour, 4^d ppr lb CotTco, lo 2d por lo CutruntH, 4jd per lb Camilo Cotton, coaroe and fine, la 6d por lb Stiov7flil:o Krooeno, 150 tost, 15o por oaoo Muotard, 9d per lb Dais?, m id Milk, 7|d per tin Oata^al lo 2d por 71b baj: Lumon Pofll, 8d pnr lb E«poi oon, QPHortod, full size, 3s 6d piT doS L .ru Bar- of Soap, 4£d Tartorio Acid, 1h ?id po? lb Crtv-m of Tartar, le ddporlb Matchou, 2ti lid p»-r yroaa Lollioti, Bid pp? Ib. TOBACCO. Tho Goodcacn Tobacco, 2s lid per lb M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
?;? :i'i '??f?,i &''i&'fvify-jfBJK:'!'r'' '?'?&?'. ? ' -^ is ' tba*'-y ?'? Cnatotn* ?';'?' :'i:^i:^^-V-Vi-*sS^^^^.'...5 .'j'OBi tbe go j«fu.l public f- '? ;'.': .'?'?vS ;ri'f;^^ii^SV;'':-' '.the pa-»D lG'.yearti.'dtiBiri ';? ;'?. i-t -'?'?' v.^'^jr^-jprgW'' f' &? stato tniit tie has pa ? '?'-!'' iv. ?'f.i:. '? '-m ^\'-^r / ''''? '^Kaa'ed a largo stO'ili i ?;.'?*?.?: :',-': :;:': w '?saffltoijP --'? * ron riion tre ry , sla'o Baurg ?V':'- ?\^'':'^^(iSg^^m^p,1. everything conn^oteo wit -.. ;;:- i}.:'. :.:''0MM £ ^iiilM1 thp tra-Jf bop-on aixck. K^io-''/;3^Pl^^^:; ALL ..WORK: -3U ABA* ': . ? TBJ5I) - and -dona' on the'Shorfc Bt Notice bo -'.'?:??'?? : at Crtpapeet Kateo. , , / .? : . N ? B -yo'VmployeiTl, no'thnt v on can d^pen on your horses -'0-ng well and caeullyBiiof . :; toe ;€%siiitec^:;iitiigi BBS fE Kji . t* .*«; urd ^inHRfcfjv t. ? ,t ho roai dioCioC 'tor thu libt-ral '£n}ipo-t .ncdorded bjii Bincu opaniDj; in business hero, -\nd rfiuiDd Tieiw-s...
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Mail Time Table. jfc T.i.. loll.»wing i, thu .nail ti.no table ob m-rv. -l at the locul oIHoh : ? Mails loavo Delegate every Monday, Thursday and S .tuidujv «t *2 p.m. for Crai^ii.. Nit!)i..l8o:''b nn I bombulti, re. ch in^ 1 'ttor j«luco at 7 ji.m. Lpavo B mbjila at fl a.m. on Sundayo, \V. d.tOHiiayB and Fri ;iyn, arriving at Doleg..tM. via Nieliolnon'u and Oraigio at ^.. -»»u u™-o',un every ouiuiny, Wed iieedu.s and Friday for Cmnvong at 11 (i.m., arriving at l.:!0 p.m. Li«:»vo Currow. ng nt 10 a.m. on Mon day h, Thuroda.H aud SatnrdayH, arriving ar D--lugatu at 1 p.m. Loivo Del'gct« every Sunduy and Wedneuday at 11 a.m. for Tombon.', ariving at IJi-lo jito on roMiro ovorv WoJneoday and Sunduy nt 7 p.m. Leavo Doloxato at 1 l..'J0 t,.m. un Su .- day and 9.30 cm. on Tlniru ay, reaching Bondoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday aud 1 p.m. on Thursday, Boaang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and -i p.ci. on Thursday, and Orboot. (Vic.) at 0 p.m. on Monday and 0.S0 p.m. on Friday. Leavo Orbuat, via ...
Fun and Fancy COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Fun; and 'Fancy .' ?':'. '.': :'cbMPAftI8bN8 AUK ODIOUS. '^Let mo tell you, Mra. Thomas,1' said a happy parent to a rubtic neighln -r. - n;y. '.son Ernest Ha« Rota fl»«t priz^.' ::r.;J'u_ I cau quite understand your feolingH, '.inarm; I joet fott the saiue whon our youpg pig carried off a modal at tho agri cultural ohow.' r;\'r ? -\ ?'?' ','. ?.:? . . NOT DONE A SECOND TIME. ;. ' ' .';/ .?..'?''!;? '? ' ?' ' H Jo- p'ease, will yo' give mothor a ? :':. V-;.':^-,' ?'.'?'''??:, . : '? shillin' chuago?.' «uid a diity little fcirl ''.'. -.- ??. ::? '?? -^ l':' '??'??'-: ooe ^ay ^° c ohopltcopor. ' Yeo, my .'?^?r;.'^ ''/'???::?' love' eaid tho ob.iyinj; ohopUeopur, aa :'?.-;.;.;;;'.'?;,?.? he handed ont the roquirod change. The ';? ?:'^i'':-^ 'i--':: v:';: 8^ picked up tho change, and, making (vV 'Vt,.: 'V \ ?'?'?. ; ^or *^° ^°°r, eaid, ao oho vanished : UyW-- ?'??''('. '-.;-:: ? ' ?'. '.'?[? -:?;., . -'!??.' ?:' ?'?-. ? . A LITTLE ADVICE ;?' : ?' ??'?.-??'' tion' eovoral times gave thia ...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
flftenaas. --©f @p©rft. : Trcnron and Carnage wpre shipped on 'ioard tho R.M.S .Oriznb for' England. Tho Snmmpr Cup nt the A.J.C. 'pices on ?Sfttiirdny ivc.-i won by Maheo, with Fort riocoud, nn-i Rf^oonae third. Tho lnr.t qnartorof a milo in tho initia-. tory ncratoh cyclinir raeu ? at Melbourne waa riddpn by Pithor in 30ceco. Tho Qnppnoland orioliofepr McDonald in a Briobane d«nti-6 with a ropu'tsd prac tice of over £2000 a your. Cricketers ouglit to ho good atump drcrjern. ? Zimmerman lovzorad the ''Australian hulf-tnilo c- cling record to GO Decs, at Melbourne on Saturday. The Hopotoun Cup at tho V.A.T.C. raneo on Bozing Day wts ™on by Straicrhtfire, -with Dovere second, and. Malula thiwS. Orfn-'iMco, who V7on ths Villiera Stalteo afc Eandwick on Busing1 Day,-and ran oix 'furlohurB in Itain 14soo.f equalled- the Auatraliitu record For tha6 diataaca. Afc the A.J.C. rncaa on Bosing Day Goldleaf ^Ton tho Hurdlo Raco, 0rdnnac8 fehe Villiern Sfrahea, Inspiration the Trial Stokes, Hur...
Bombala Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Bombala Council Meeting*. (FllOM OUB COBtl'ISPONDENT.) Tiib' uaual fortnightly mooting of th'* Boinbal'i Boroujrh Ciiuncil waa hold on Monthly evening. Pro--ent; — Aldermen H. M. Joseph (iUayor), J. Morgan, II. Qarratty, E. Plowri-cht, J. Coronel. Thu corrt'upondmico compriued u com auuicatiun from t^o Publio Worku l)cp irtm^nt, notifying the Council .that tuo Minirtter.ia uuublo to accede to tho roudu i-i tho Borough. Fr-.in the Paymaot-op of tho came J^purtiupiit, notifying r.liat the oum ol £0, \-Ca na 1 been puiu to tho Council'^ f. lit ot. Jiccount of norvicss «-n Delegate' road, Maybe-Gt. Ac i»uut. £1 10a, payment raado to mc'i t'--r helping to eatinguioh a bush iire v/hicn threatened tho town on Christ inas Day. , Prouo.ied k»y Aldcrinun Gurratty, sec onded by Alderman M -rgan, ' that the account be naid.' Uarripil;. Alderman Garrattv anked who Were McGuiggan'a bjandNnic-n. *?? . ? The Clork : ropl-O'i that he had found iioiio yet. ? ~ ? . Aldennaa Pl:-~ri«ht reported that th...
BENDOC JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Wbendoo .jockey club. 3Pii,2 ;tttinuat meC'tingb'f ;tho above club i6vtf'a.T.uu-ed;'ti New Yeiir'a Day, on Dr IN ichvr^ ? c..urs.', .BHtidoe Park, 1 ho at ie '-,iaiKje wu.-f L irtrr: and the lacintf good. Tlie'Tjiril- -StaKos waa-. won by Mr. G, J. Johnnon's-Nada, Ladies'. Biuojlot by Miss U. i'lfnn lomnxy JLKxld, -Bcnd-jc Jockey (Jlnb ? ? -Handicap by Mr. R. Dudley's Iriculur. Haols-R -Ctti-ry -Mr. A. Ko.hToll's ' Funoy, llur lo.ltn. o '-y Mr. G.John on's v D|iwn, . the Trot, by Mi. J. Dowling'e , ' Pollys and. the iFly'i/g. rHandicnp by Mr. ' i -/ 6. JdhiiBoii'a Dr inati4.; A prutost wt a -h ' onter-'d against Nu.da_in; the TiialM und t ' j Dawn in: the- ? Hurdle- /Rues. The lormei ''',?-'' w is refurred to tho V.K.O., and the l.ttrttr v '(' will be «J«\iit v/ith1. to-day; A t'ull report l5' of the meeting will . i.o given in yur -( \\, next iasuo.' ? : ' - . ' ,^,i ? ? : ? ? : - - ? -' ?' ? ^ r ?
NEW YEAR'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
NEW YEAR'S EVE Tun year 1895 was ushered out on Tues day night w ithout an} public demonstra tion whatever boing made. Tliitis, im lojb thG hideouts ar.d senii-baiba)ou:' iniui-a v-hicb '.'. numoer ot halt-grown nun an-t boys, vith the ctdsibtarico ot tin oj-ns, inflicted upon tho ears of tho a. ore poaceablo portion of the community at- buoh. Wo have seen many a domon. cit»j.tiou of thib nature, \?e hu,Vo heuid an aboiiginal coiroboieo, and v/o can iuiag ino tho effect ot a cannibalistic v. ai-d»iice, but it never before occurred to us that human L 'ing, tifc^hu,, tliem&olvus mi'ii eonld cairy on in t-uoti Lit uncouUi und seiibaio o inaunci. In or wao tho noit j the only liiilietioa. Tho languago was something bts^ond dobCiiptioj, aud oatn upon oath, and filthy oxpresei'ma; noro belched cud without tho leuat lohpcct iu to who was witnin heanrig. £o Tar d we kuo-/ thoro van no polico iutei'ioi onctj, r *3d thio is whe.o the quOry c'jA ^ in. Whj a lot ot hobblcJohoj Utid ^ ca...
Cathcart Races. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Catlicart Races. From our Bombala Cobbesfondrnt. Tue above annual race mooting come off on .Boxing Diiy. Tho day was very hot. Ai.out 800 poruono were on the gfou d, nouriy two-thirda being of the fair Bex. jear, and n ? fulla or accident of any ac count toi'U.piuco aw on f. rmer oecuaions. iho dii'fese'nt .eventa on tho programme wero fairly well filled, and o erytbiug BiiBhod oiE aatiutactcsily. Meswrs. J. Gorathy and A. OVieil administered to iho requirement-* of fc:io tuir--ty and hungry, in id did a rj-.-od buuine oo. The following in «i rcoumo of ihc difosr ont ovoQto : — I KUb STAKES ???i G cnv-, *ecm.d hotcp 10 j?rtjk-ip» 1 .'c-- -V m ; .?». uriza, vornll horcynthct h-ive bmv i.r. ot' 11 -'.d7-jrUftd pjiso esooudin^ 3 nova o; r. :., t n- emiu ion. VVoijjuC itor u£ . Dwtanco i mil-, Mr. M. C. Bn»k'o Ust'twoad (11 son) 0.11 1 H Bu.'».ur.'dOi..(j..biriIi.w-vi nil; 7.18 2 T. C-,! cri'-'o P' to (Tooi)-.'-) 0-11 5 &. St-Wirt'o B..nnL-S«ady(Ki-»)8.13 0. A fair ttart wan eff...
Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
FitM lotcs. Bv. Ohphkus. IteM'.— (%Pr 8iUent Oloveand depl res tbo, , war taib and feniin(j which prevails in tho Unite I S ut- d ' Nott ttim re-i\l.f m -r« 1 bd a i^nm j'ike, t& fact the ^rituuiHiic ot joke1, tnan g roohty. Fitat wo hCd tho PxJa-dout rashly tryinff, ^t l^ant commo' -3onBo rb^arda his ac tion m trying, hiu bine t j prcoipitjta a wnr V7ith tiio ( Id lend. Then, whon ho iiOoi: all the & n.^Mil V7lliliu fit. il ir». .«n ^in th.. t\ni* htinr^ *nr:f? prs.yim» ior |taco nnd .iho\/or n contempt arni j ba o on no on tho nth- r, to ' depiytea tho ni.r tilii.' B -h 1 Ho h only a mun, no ' u liiib o tu til l lio «r oia ol jud-jcn lit that bt u-t ovor- mjn, not oao - \c -prod, on cho gloi e. d icjuiio-/ it would ojjpni- ttint hn motive in tnia t«ni t(.ol( rj no t6 furtn -r h»c onn endD nnd n» hiuj: oko. Th(3 Projidoatiil ol^ction is to com- on shortly, to rc-a tho presont ru r ?* L'Uli'.o tu jot in r^.iu. What ahull I d)P L t m-i f-uo. No ! in ray - rbo, no matt...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
Mr. IiYNB nuido some juat ronarhs p Bhoit tirao ui cc, in connection v.itli tLo Public Works Committee, a body which has becomo a public ncandal. At tbo d.ne the Act constituting tho committee wi-- pu-aed, the A^unil-ly v/an very tender ^bout delegating any of its a-sdiimed £unctioub Purli.nnent, ifc %/as «aid, should r- tain tho ie»ponoibilitj- iu considering what public work-- uhould bo conslrncted. So that it would have bi on impracticable at the timo fcj have im posed tho duty of pieliinintiry euquirv which tho Committee diachcrges upon a noii-politicul ofiicer. But the Cammittee aB originally constituted had one meiit, now wanting. It was a body which did itd wrk for honour, not for rewaid And, consequently mombers weie chosen with some degree of consideration for tbeir fitneins. But the Assembly somo years ago having deciecd that the Com 'mitteo-ahould bo paid, ito char cter has -eon aUered, A seat in the body haB bocomo one ofc tho prizeaof mdmbeidhip. Fitness, if thought o£ ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
: : Mcw^^a^^t^?: ': Mr. McMillan's attitud'. will be worth watching after the recess. The recoi -ts. of [the 'race club ball on B xing .Night came within !u' trifle of £20. Judjio Windoyw saw Attorney-GeneDil Want -«f£ to Japan la-t cveek. ?' Birdn of ti feather, etc.' SmnltcTH who onco try tho new Ya-ik e Doodlo take it boforo any other.— Advt. A ru'-fiit insolvent — William Woary. Ho- maniged, however, to walk 'up King Street.' 'i ? ! The finai. cial crieis in America may upsnt, tlio aj^011^'^ industrial revival in the St tea. Thoro.iH a high kicker in a Sydney ballet who ptdnto her fout 80 incnea above her head. Nathaniel Kinwrnan, Melbourne cham pion marrying man, has just ceebrated hia own gulden wedding. The new woman again. Sho now weara pyjamas. Soou romance will be an old forgotten thing. \ Soveial relativen of Straiifre, tho Cun iughatne muidercr now under ai'iitence of death, arc inhabitants of lunitit .asy lums. ' That 300oz .'nugget recently dn-i^overed iu the'- Coolgar...
RAINFALL AT DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
RAINFALL AT DELEGATE. Hiuz following rci'ifall returns for tho .cur just ended have been kindly handed to us by 3h\ K. Liddlo : — i paints wet days January . 160 14 February SOS 12 March * '800 ' 13 ' Apiil 101 8 , May - 141 13 I Juno 340 18 . July 108 10 August ? 488 19 September 307 18 October 22 6 November i 7 2 December 174 9 Tlnin hun fallen1 on '14? days'durkig tlie jeur, tho total amount rogisted hoing 22-19 inches.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
^T^SSSffipiB^I J ;'.' :'.'? ????':'. *??,.' -;'??* ? ..?£? — : — rr— — . ?/.?;? ;^^M^'4T;.I^oiEr.'''ir-l!He,'Bt'''OTnof Warriural ife'ft';port-Kelb(Wii'ela;i,'^t'ekifor'Lo«idoii. with 7,000 'carcases of ih'ttr-:. and lamb, 150 toria of rabbits ami a Vow tons if poultry., The .mail steamer Orient i.ook away about 300 ton* f outier. A WOMAN 0 O1' 1/ \fll.— ii. B.i '^ ubui poi oning ib ieport- ir in ' Warra^nl. Oa Friday mor»»in« Mm. Catherine Thorns1 s, ^, ln» v Z \ sufCuriti,^ f oni umr poial fever a ti p co'iime cut, gut out of. bod. baling t'u t she w uted a -lrin , and h - allowed a lar_o done, of carbolic acid. Sho died kooii at'tor. A Visitor iraou tiii Back Blocks. — A Melbourne -oWrain »tite- that during la t .» i k a mun nam. d Elowell, a reai d«,r.t oi tlio Bva-U-atci district, ngeilb. twoen 80 and 00 yea's, undertook a jour ney to Port I'.'urj t r' the express puipo'e of having !- lida in a railway train, Tin first arrived at Port Fairy in 18-10, and ban a son 63 years of a...
ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
ATHLETIC CLUB. A mi iTih'G of llie committco of tho ab vo club was hold lit Coote-'a Koyat IL-tel on S it nday ovon ng hut In ordei to avoid c.ldihin;£ itii the J3o-n!);ila iacM'1, ic '\at- decidorlto alter the date of tbe ap-irt» to th« 20th January'. Nomiimtiona for tho Sheffield Handicap wero extended to tho 13tu, acneoUiiicou to clooe on tho giound on tho day of race. In addition- to iho advertised prograinnio Mr. W. Toms has ri.mioed tho aecro-ary (i donation of £1 for on Old Bulfors' Race.
A Victim of the Wairarapa Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
M Tictini ©f 'tte Wsiirarapa ;:. Wreck.', ?' ' ;? ; A touching .incident, arising out of tho now almost forgotten wreck of the Wai ? raraps, has;juat-been m.id« public (says' . tiles Melbourne .' Argus.') Among the i p^asoiigc.ry by the. . otoamer W-uhora,' ? which- arrived,, from, New Zealand on ' Simday, was -Mr. Varboch, a well nown. a visit, to tho locality of t^e wreck for .'?;?!, .the purpose of diMiiitarring tho budj' of; his late wife, wh'j was a viociui of the ; idiijaster, cud whosa remains were' buried ; . here about 12. months ago- For many ; ' ?monthd after tho wreck Mr. Varboch had ' vainly Gou..httidinga of his wife, but jfe. .???''' .was not. until about' three months ago- '.. } thathe received iuformati- in that a body ? answering the denoription of that- of the unfortunate, lady had bcon found arid buried by a. oottlt-r «a .. the inland soon after: the date of the catastrophe. Upoa -receipt of this intalligonC9, Mr. Varboch, ^. who -is nearly,. 70. yearovof age, de...
What Drowning is Like. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 January 1896
What UiWMiig is''SiJSic.' ??''-.. ;'?? ' ? .?-..?;&'.' Mn. IIartl ? y, an American 20 years of a;^p, lifts vecu'iul'. given his exp-'rionces : in drowning. iJathing with ai.m.: com- '. r.'.diM in the. Ohio, ho wtaye.d t to long und'-r water, and before he could reach tho surface felt a rihouic li a a blow,.on his bac^, which was caused by a friund .diving to hirj re-cue. Thia drovo all air out Hf his lungs, and h« v/f.'iit to t q bottom, .'whore he Icy in a half-c n^cious utate, aeeiug his paientH arid frionda around him ,vo--|iing All tho events ot .iri life pa^-ed slowly '«-fore hii) «ght. incluiling uia :ood, . i-ad,: or inciifferont' actions. lie rocalloil with ' absolute diatinLtnesa tho eraaliedt facts of .ifo, ovon whon ho v/es a chili i at tichool. Ho Icnovv qiiito well that he wdo drowning, and thought, ' At'tor all, it ianot no bad to drown.' ' Ho asked himcolf whether they would' bo able to 'find his body, arid shuddorei a* the thought of their failure; ho won der...