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VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.—WHO LAUGHED LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

VALERIE AYLMEll. | BY THIS AUTUOH OF MOBTOS HOUSU. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.-WHO LAOGIIED LAST? , " IBaptiste, I suppose," said Valerie, care loshly, (or sboAves mora occupied in trailing a viDC-Jeaf through the clear waters of tbo eprinfr, than, in ths prospects for dinner, "At least, I gavo the order to bim.' " I doclar'e, there ia scarcely a thing bore fit to eat," said Miss Fane, petulantly. " The marmalade is peppered, and the ham is full of honey. Yob, do look, General Aylmer, is it not a deplorable sight? For the General, much concerned at the dreadful bulletins from the hamper, had risen, and come forward to inspect matters k^Tho scamp!" said he, working himself into quite a state of indignation against the absent baptiste. "lam surprised at you, "Valerie--very. much surprised that you " should have left such an important ma'ter to a careless servant.-What is that, Mies Notta ?" . . J «' What, indeed asked she solemnly, as she regarded a pushed mass that had just been extracted fr...

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

Disease of the ' Art. I An nmatory but otherwise healthy looking youn^ couplo were about- entering the 'bus at the stand,- when they wero startled by ibo tbodriver romarking, "Werry sorry, sir and miss; but trty orders aro worry strict, sir, tbey is, from the compnny, sir, not to allow any one into my 'bus ns shows the slightest indication of disease, sir.' " What do you mean, fellow ?" hotly nsked the youth; " do you think wo look like small pox patients ? " " dh! (lear no, sir, not* by no means; the indications ills your case, and of'the younu lady's, I should) say, are of disease of the 'art, sir-and/ werry bud, too, sir."' The Sam Weller-like grin which nccompao'ied; this joke appeased the youthful 6vvain, who replied' good humouredly, " If softening of the braia counts for anything,' Jehu, you oughtn't to bo sitting on; that box seat,. old inan." Echo. ' . V

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

A Queer Bargain. , Will Honeycomb-writes : -A station was sold in rather a singular way riot long ago; "Butiuolero nnd Moneybags wero sloeping in the eiiiuo room at h ' hotel. The former was the owner of a magnificent pustornl property in the Never N«ver country., The lutier owned n tract next to it,:;and . b'o hungered aft or. his '.neighbour's possession. In the i'Brly morning, iho conversation turned on; Rtations and their values. , " Will' you .sell me, Mulga ?" asked Moneybags And JBeauclerf, replied that he wouldn't mind at .a price. AudjttiGy chaffered for half-an hour, liko no pars at a horso fair. 'The breakfast bell ritiding .started them out ol bed, And ,as Beaueleto' was' drbssinifhe snid " will you tike Mulga;at £80,000 ?" Moneybags declined; arid' Beauoleru i3ai,tl, " Well, i's under offorto you till I .button the top . button, of, my waistcoit." And slowly lie commenced the operation. Atjthe sofcond last button, lie inquired;; and Money bags was as flil<»nt...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Peculiar Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

A Peculiar Occurrence. ' A rather amusing incident (says the Times) happened in Guudagai a few clays ago. Tho jinttics ooncornod in the uffair have bean married a number of yi.ars, and mi^lu bavo boon expected, tfi know bettor. It scorns that one (lay after dinner the lady hid rt'Aolvi-d upon a wailc to a friend's. When her lord tind returned home nftsr his arduous dHy's-labour, nnd bsing told where his wife had'gonej lie decided !o go in pursuit., and escort hor lioiue. About half way to'the friund'a house, he mot a lady, but being short-sighted and extremely bashful (it WHS aibo ^ottint? dark), ho could iv>t toll positively who she Ayns. It occurred to him that, she was thu individual ho woa in search of, her ..figure, .' walk, and dress, favoured this iden ; and so lie tnadc« bold to edge over and, auy jocularly, "Good evening."' Thinking she was insulted by a Gundagni larrikin, she toolcr no notice of hitn, but quickened her pnou. This conduot induced him to think lis; hud bo...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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First Ploughman in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

'0 First7 Ploughman" in "Victoria.' . The Portland Giinrdian. rain tea that' one of theold'andmfirm inmates of, tbo Benovolout ?Asylum; mimed John 3?ow]oe, Hyho! tliocl last I week;at the: ago .of 9jG years, appeura I to i have had ? the.peculiar 'distinatton' of'!beiog 'the tfirst mnn who turned; up Tiotoriaii' soil with nifploufrh'.jFowfes; who was *a naiivo of Hampsliire^Etiglaiid, landed .in Tasi.Hma" early in'.the oentury, afler;.having-.served jSotne yoirSjin Ameri/saras-)a,private?;injthe 'British-'army..''":" In 'Iiaiincdstim ho, was^ .ouip .ployed '^neva ' labourer.1 by;' tholate Mr,' btaphon! Goo"rga.'Ht3uty,7and in Jthat'gentle- i , man's sorviflo ho came to "Victoria, by,, ilia I Minervii boforQ tile :landing: of-,Pinyknervnt-. ?PortIPIiiliip. I ; He fii^^drlca(Huilthe4locaIitjr! .orBritfgo^ater.vwft&r^ that^his; In 1837 be worlred in Portland, and was en gagod, in, ipIotighinK*. tho\ very land"'on i,wjaiflh the . asylum w.here.};hej\si>ont; lii3ti:lasi:: year...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Want of Trucking Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Want of Trucking- Yards; ? i? At North W^ffga,; Juno8,:;and': CWaboo (South-western liiio), forming nji'equUiitorhlj ti'idugle of 20-mile fide, there; are.;-,trucking" yards (says tlte Wa<i£a',Expr08B), but 'not oao from the Muminibidgoo to the'.MuriJay, a dietunco, of 78 .milos, through phsioch] country. The mfinifrst object is to prevent1' atoolc. Doing. sunt .to Vioioria, About -»ho -most ridioulous instance of the proaont.Miuislryfa " froo trudo','-, that1 has boou' yelt hoard'of.:; . Last woolr, in oonspquoaoo oh the nbSurdj neglout of tlio (ionoral interest, a numborof' fnt cnttky truokod at Goulburn for tho- Mol . bourne uiHrkot, wttrii. untruokod. nt Albury ns host tlioy might, bo; ^ Some were Joar,* and one,'moi'o indignant than the rest'at.tlie; : indiffHrenbo shown by (ho Government to iis requiromonts/ohavgod,. through 1 theisfrefita;: followed by a poBso of,polico. Sixteen or ]7 shots wore firod at the animal before . it ? wt(s! brought - to.^a..proper, souse...

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

Amusing Census Returns. Some of the returns iii the English cohsuo are very amusing. Such iclontitiBei as " Willi nm Wackwinkle, aged ,99, cobblers' wax rnerokant," and " Simon' 'Siiiwitisen, bug destroyer and pork-sausage maker,''oro somewhat shadowy. Then ;agnin ,/vyo meet' with" 'William Barlow, hoof-paddqr,Herts,' who describes . himself t a* ;; suffering from " foot and 1 mouth disease, namely, uotliiug to.; eat arid jolly bad boots.'' One of jtlio most impudent returns was that of " Joe aged >24^ thief; plenty of work, Port land but. surely this gentleman gare a fictitious address, if not;a fiotitious name!

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Killed on the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Killed on the Railway. An accident Happened on the Brighton liue oh Tuesday -evening .bear Elstermviolr, (the Melbourne Argus states), by whicli M r. (ieorge Bent, hotollceeper of. East Brighton, Hud brother of the Hon. Thomas Bout, M.L A., lost his lifo. It appears that the deceased was talking to- Mr. Bradshaw; one of tho clerks in; the paresis office at the Hobsun's Bay station, nt 0 o'clock, and luft M elbourne by the 7 p.m. train. It is sup posed that he got out in error at Elsteru wiclr, and that, on finding out his mistake, ho sinned to walk down tlie lino to Brigh ton, aid that he was knocked down and killed by the 7.40 up train. The driver of she 8.10 down train, on, arriving .at Elstern wiok, reported that he had parsed.a'man oh the line near the raihvuy hridgo, about , 700 yards from tho staiioii. On a search being maddj , the ' body of the deoeased. waH found lying on the lino with the skull badly fracr turedj and the toes of the left foot'fearfully crushed. An elastic-s...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MURDERS IN BULGARIA. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

MURDERS IN BULGARIA. CONSTAKTI NOP LIS, Juno 23. .'Iutelliffonco lias been rocoivfirt from Sofia, tii'a capital of Bulgaria, reporting that threo deputies of tin/ Nutionol Assembly have been murdered in ihnt town. Tlio victims nra all members of tJio Liberal party, and the ovent h>is caused coDStornation through* <>tu t'lie principality.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Case for Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

. A Case for Inquiry. Tlin AdvHitisor fiays;;-An inquest was hpl<l upi'ji ilio body o) a younst mf.n named William Dale ot tho W/itfun f:n»l 011 Wed nesday. X>«Jo, it upponrs, w.ie apprehendr-d thirty iniloB bplow Nnrundoia, about «ho l<Jth iiist., by tho pulii-e, for uttimptinj; lo commit fttiicidi?, aud was formnll-ycommitted on tho 16th itist. by tbo Nanmdera bench to Nike his tiifll nt the next 'court of Quarter yuseiom; lo bo Jiolden in Wajigi Wa:g.i. Ho arrived at Wagga on the night of (ho 16th in-jt., aud had every a'toution that tiio gaol authorities could give him over sinco his admittance. Ho died from the effects of tbo wound on Tuesday night; the 2lstlnst. I .IVajipeHt'B that it was twenty-four hours from tho lime the wouud wa-J irillicWd before suc cou»fc u;«saQbrd«d. to (hodoi-'eatod. 'Ilio noxt day bo wus hurriod from Karaudura to Wagpa, which journey, r.coordiiiR; to Dr. Wren's eviiioijos, should not have been un dertaken iu Dale's then state...

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THE BOERS. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

THE BOEftS." \ 1 i LoND9Nl.'Jtmq.2'li '. .Mr. (Gladstone, in ; n leUeivp^blisliecl ) in tho pnporg this morning,- in;reply fo oorrbs pondanco on tho subjoot of tiio settlfc'montiqf. affairs, at tlio TiaoBvoal, : ooosi^ers that tho Boeri^wbo,:remained* loyal .to^tbpicEnglialr thilpugbou^horooont difficulties will not bo .enliiltickio'xoQmpishBatitt^fihilddh'eequonaahfc

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Ridiculous Originality. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

Ridiculous Originality . " Flaneur"-supplies the Sydney Froemiin with, the followingAmongst the*' latost 'bndejivours to 'form'a royal, road to.learning ,for'the,youth of.the.pi'tisunt day is tlio system .called the Kindergarten,"'- tjood spooiiriena .of winch-were prufuaely; shown at, our, laat exhibition. . Beforo pur; educational ..?'Solon's rush in for the German dodge,: however, I would like to draw their attention, to a plan vooently invented by a onrtain oountry Rohool-. maaier, whioh'BGBms to mo to lay the Itiridor gavten movement on its buck completely. An oiiint and modern history WOB tho.first-troublo this worthy. pedHROgue Bat down on,: and inj order , to ampresa ,thO: names of liistarioal persons of bottf'-iivmly'£n''!;the..,miods of Ihia; .rustic pupilij'he::;,'ma^0 r:eabK;: hby5fBssumo a: numeancttitle'-by which (ho whole of jhis followsuffero'rs knew. him. ; :For. ihslancpV, little Palsy Bolivar wasohristened Pompoms Magnus; long Tom Potter ;|was, kn'own| as tho Shah...

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LONDON. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

LONDON. FRIDAY. In reply to Earl GranvilloV voto to the American Government complaining of the ettitu^o of'tho'Irish in the ?.Sj'ate towards 'Englandj Mr. Secretary Bluine oBserts tliore is no eyidpuoo before tlie.G-ovomm'enfof any oriminal in'ention on tho port of the Irish in Now York.:; :? ..i.> \ Renewed activity on the part of the Land Leaguers in Ireland is reported, and.further oufciagos have heon committed. Fair progress is being. mnde'in thq .House of Commons with iho-Irish Land Bill. ,

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENT.] SYDNEY. SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. )FKOM .OHEVILLE'3 TKLEGHAM CO, AKD OUFT , , OTHER . COMTESRONDENXA.] . SYDNEY. SATOKDAT NIGHT, THE Ministerial party -will arrive in Sydney either to-night or to-morrow morning, Mr. Goorgo Myers, of tho firm of Myers and Solomon, didd this morning. Tho case of Mr3. Rout's child, ssid to have shown symptoms of small-pox, is yet doubtful, butit is thought inuay bo only the effects of an extreme oold the child is suffering from. To removo all danger the patient ban been,, together witfi a trained nurse sent to attend her, completely isolated. In respect of the other patients at tho - Quarantine station matters are roported as progressing favour I ablv.1 Messrs. Gobb and Co. having purchased Ournie Station on tho Upper Mu ray, for £10;000, intend removing their stud from B'athurst to that place. '' V Tlie woman named Ann Kelly, who was 'removed, to the Parramatta hospital last Monday night in an unconscious stats, still remains in'the earne condition ; the doctors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

E'V./MvX THET JJA ... j .' ,;. lioffltesof n0ma]eer, c.,:.l;; ri.n- ..:{i-(iiato'ofiiIr?0.i'6,Lpary) j- - IN' THANKING Jlio^Ladics 'of'aoniburn and District lor past fnvora, bogs to inform tborn' thnt alio is'nrjwJujn;positinn to oompluto all orders tboy tniy fnvor,her with for j ... . . - , j,.." »Weddin( V-* . Ci/C.V 'X.,^ ;^ ?'v JEyeuinK, or v , i j. . u; M'furiiiMK Costumes, nnditrusti)rth(i"t,.,by,:boh)g OOi\lP13rKN'lV to t cum ,bino HKH'JV, STyLKiiVvUn..,Ni3ATNl!!SS, ana uy. boiiig MODERATEJu .ho^QI,URGES aba >111, J contiaup iq\ receive,i.'a. (share,> ofi:thoir i:|esteemed * ptttVpnU'Sf',-,.' «{..,(,t,:V' I ' '? ,i ,;si ^Poiildenco^COW PER-STItEBlV.; 1 u J . ;;PR^lsidN;;/MERCHANT; AMD ( / , , -"'^eriorni'©©^ 343'^ 345;:EENT^^ Sofa Agent far 'SWALLOW'arid ARIEL'S BIS ' ;;V' -vCUII'S, <feO. I 'j' Sole Agent for Excelsior-Mills-lata GEO. BEN* 'M:: OBAFT jBII^DO^-OATMEAL;; v j J "r :®B,T ui WajiitesS AT tho Imperial lion-1,' u OOBPETBST onon.u. Wanted A GOOD VLAI...

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The Government and Ringbarking. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 27 June 1881

The Government : and Ringbarking'., I Since the issue of the notice by the Govern ment to; pnstbral : tenants; relative to ring barking, the Secretary of Minos bus caused active stops to' be taken by fornst rangers and OrowiMands bailiffs'to inspect the runs. ? on' which' it-u'us aUeg0^7no|^birkiog' jwas, taking place' to -'any great extent: iWb; understand that several,, reports on ; the' matter have been received, some bjing to tho offect that- squatters, immediately upon seeing the notico,' and buing warned by; the .officers, caused' their men to desist from ringbarking, whilo othors stated that squatlers' iri spite;of warnings given to them were procepdihg with tho operation |ri yiola tiori' of the condit(on attached to tlie permis. sioiiVgiven >' to tlienii" In1 some " cases , the operation was;.being proceeded with'without ,an.y permission .having tvboon. granted. tWe believe it to' be more' thaii probable that'the; ?Governments will,;nt; oncercdmmence^ legal actions agains...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

.. UNION CLUB. HOTEL, ' AWJBi'STB jfiKT, O- O 'Or JL, 33 U; ES, 2JST . H>. fflcCA IjliUM , BUGS respeelfully toJnforin the .inhabitants of Goriitmru mVa'suiroiiilciiiig Districts that ho lias rented those higii nn<l comtpodious Promises in Blounc-street {opposite Messrs,. Furuer mid Buns), now known as the M&TTE1L, "Where lie hopes'incivility, strict attention to busi; Jiess, aud keeping pono but the fVQ'rjr Best,Brands of Wines, Spirits, r"<-.v v'.-Vi .". aad'.Befrs,; " ' To merit a share of,public patronage, k(i[la also begs to inform them thut, through special arrangements which be litis inado, he is enabled to tjutu'autee" to'Travellers and ll.e public'Rennritlly . i , SSV KJftX ACCOBlilO©A.TPIW1V ooDducivo to their comfort, 'add is determined to . i. ,1 ?. make .the. < , . , . irnrao^cJjtujB motes.1 eecopd to none in the oily. 03* First-class* Stabling:..;': Charges Strictly; Moderate, ? D, . McOALLUM, , ?. , . , ;0 : a It'I ' PBOPBIB...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

"WEEKLY OA.T^CITX)^H» i I O-ty of -, i-V'oL-k. ' SUNDAY,,,,, Mop.dny ,,, Tuesday WeduosdHy;-, Tliuredny..,, Kriday,.<r . Saturday.... 1 Uuyof 'j tiun :hri. MonlluVl ; li. in. Juuo 26 »^27: '? ? 2B ' . 29 8(1" .Tuly 1 4 SB. 4 r> 8 4 59 " 4 69 5 o a o s. 0 f ^Moon's". Pha^b."; Now Moan, 37tb»JuD'n, J2.8 o.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

: A CAM®.-M ELBOURNE 'CUP SEANCE of 2000, ME1JIUM8.-£1000, £3(10, £150;.starters, £200 tioii'stiirtbrs, £lu0-nil uat.By letter <mly, witli stamps''for roply. ltosulis'lutimHtufl. "J. BOLAND, CliampionHotcl, 1'itzroy, Melbourne.'; it ' DO ? '.' U ' BUY . McEWCMOE'S . r vi; .-Bocnute U U tlio be«t flavoured Iti tlie City. i©bMeni---Fleece'^'li[bt©ii HOWELL'-STREE;Tj '., ^ ;: (Noar:Baihvay Station),'1' .i .r-.>,'4 1 COOT A M U N D R A . \ JOHN HINGERTY .wy BEGS to. inform tbo Public 'tliat' lid'-ims .ijOPENED tho: above .Hotel,1. ancliinsliiul it tkorqnplily. renovated bo qs, to malip.it jopleto 'With ovory- comfort. Its superior accommodation, nnd proxiHilty( ta tliQ.Railway Station Will' malta,'it'.'n most convoniont Hotel for>Oummbrciai;durt' Rail way Travollurs. First-class Accommodation is Frovidod for Boarders. Ales, Winesi and Spirits of Superior Quality.' . , JOHN HINOERTY, Proprietor. Wanted. A COOK for Survey Oump. Apply at Mil. J. I JJL. WALLACE'S U«mp. Tura...

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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: TUESDAY, JUNE 28. FARMING IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

-yTTBX/rSItEr)' "DEVEKTiT MOENINQ 1 Truth, ever lovely since the world lic|[ni>,- '" ; , ,Tlie foe of tyrant* ami the friend vt nmi,-Campbell. . < GOULBURN;', TUESDAY,; JUNE 28. FARMING-IN AUSTRALIA. | > ' ' One of the greatest drawbacks to tho increase of wealth und.tho accumulation ol. riches in > ^iiS; oountry* ia' tho . want ? of agricultural schools, i In almost overy department of lile provision is mndo' for the proper 'training of youth who maybe" destined to pursue any "particular1avocation, but,those who have the ;will''to! fit thomsolves.fortho pursuit of hus-^ bandry : cannot do so because the whore withal to carry out their dosire is not avail able;-'.'.This" is all1 the mlire*' singular by reason--of the extraordinary percentage of Jhpse who devote: themBolvos/tp agricultural #fiB aJmeans of- earning' their' livelihood in [Australia. I Private- ^enterprise i/caunot dii rn.ucji.iu..the "w.ay_of.aup p 1 y i n gt ho nouetisary facilities for the educati...

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