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Singular Discovery in London. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 28 June 1881

Singular, JDiscovWy iiv Londonl' ; A'"-sTrHntro^d^ ^ iw^min ^ftihfontihbTDrbmiSissl °f >1 BtflnoB.jwhioh.-ont.bbing 'oxnnnnerl ^turned, out to(bo n.lnrfya loathe? bag or trunk, oon fVai n m M'2 d §1 pol t^an"a; ,s^pr|n^ns^mo8Hip)f,' tfho Irunlc several, euuous picoes ofuplafe,, among them «'re 1 iq ii ttt v'<5tintiiin i n g hair, and ?'ii! bB Hi t1 of fpec uli Br^'d'esig fiTK^Tlie: \y h'31'o* nr or

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

Grateful.-Comforting. EPPS'S COCOA. ,,, . , BREAKFAST. , 66 -pY a thorough knowledge of the natural laws , ;JD'.>MC,U govern the operations of digestion and nutrition,'wild by a careful application of the fine properties of".jvpll.selected oocob, Mr. Kpps has provided our bruaffist tables ,»vitli ,a delicately' flavoured beverage which may Bave us many heavy doctor's bllIK. It is by the judicious use "of such articles of.dint that a constitution may be gradually built up-until strong 'enough, to resist every ten deucy to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attnulc wherever there . is1 ft weak point.'- Wo may; escape. many a fatal shaft by keeping oni-solves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished lramo.''-See article in the Civil Service Gazette. I * Made simply with b6iling water or milk. ! j* 1 Sold only in packets, labelled:-.. . JAMES ' EPPS & CO., I Homoeopathic Chemists, LONDON. . Also. EPPS'S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE, for A...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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V A L E R I E A Y L M E R. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.—WHO LAUG[?]ED LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

. V A Ii E It IE A tti M EE . BY TUB ATJTHOB OP MOBTOJT Bougn, ; ; BOOK V. > V, ! OnACTJJB "V JL.-WHO LAUGHED I. AST? was?'grandv indeed-hut of; an awful Ew^igraridour l> From Bide, to;.sido the, sky^ was | curtained, and vblackness had seized upon tbo'noon"'day. f The; play of- lightning (gre\y . mqre yivi^--^and the rumbling crash of tho 1 . '"tlitin&br-'so near, that the very animals ~ "shrunk and sshivered from"head to j foot, when iTburst hpbn them^ As Yalerie>8aidj tjje calm of Nature i v?as eo intense as p bo solemn, for eyery woodland sound, was s Vrhushed; every twig hung .motionless to its Btem. i iAJli.j. A,' L>j fj. :, .,»< Charley,"shesaid gravely, " I.am very much.afraid' that we shall not roach tho lowhndBbefore the storm bursts.". } r'ri: [?I, It, am-afraid. not;";Baid .he, still ;more ^.J,X ?Jii \"Vh*«t shall- we-do, then-this path will .."bo'-boVribly uDsafo." t , j _ "Andthe woods no bettor. I am sura I don't-r-steady !" ' A flas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

Wanted A COMPETENT WARDSMAN, who will oleo make himself gonorally useful. Rof<.rcnceB required. Apply SUPERINTENDENT, Uuul burn Hospital. Wanted AN INTELLIGENT YOUTH (about 10), who can road and write well. Apply'by loiter, addressed-"Alpha," Southern Daily Argus Offloc, Murkot-strcot, Goulburn. A' Wanted T tho Imperial Hotel, a OOMPETBN T GROOM. Wanted KNOWN that from £5 to £1000 may be obtained on good security. Apply lo \V. RUTLAND, Auotionuor, Australian A notion Mart, Auburn-st. P IPor Sale, IRST PRIZE CANARIES. D. CLEARY, Goulburn. To JLet, A HOUSE and GROUNDS at Ifiold ; also, a COTTAGE, nnnr Mr. Finlay's; and wanted to purchase. LARGE OilN BOTTLES; also, PINT BOTTLES. JOHN O'BRIEN, Imperial Hotel. VACCINATION-TARAGO. DR. DAVIDSON, or Dr, TAYLOR, of Goni bum, will VAOOINATE lit Mr. PHELPS' Tnrngo Ion, on FHIDAY, 1st JULY ; and may, a1»o bo oonsultnd from 12 H.m. until 3 p.m. A. CA.BW®.-MELBOURNE CUP SEANCE I of 2000 aiEUIUiVrS.-£1000, £350, £150; starters, £200 ; n...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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EVAOUATION OF GRECIAN TERRITORY BY THE TURKS. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

EYAOUATION OP GRECIAN TERRI TORY BY THE TURKS. CONSTANTINOX'LB, June 2G. ' The Turkish Government have commenced the evacuation of the territory ceded to Grecce under the Convonlion recootly signed by tho two Powers. The troops are at present marching out of Artas, u Turkish town 42 miles south of Janiua; end it is underwood thnt further similar movements of troops will immediatwly follow.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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RISING OF NATIVE TRIBES IN TUNIS. PARIS, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

RISING OF NATIVE TRIBES IN TUNIS. PAIUS, June 26. The Government are in receipt of inlot mution from Tuuis, ropox*ting' ilint a lisingof native tribes, directed against' the French and other foreigners, haatuken place at Sfnx and Itirwani, towns withiti the dominion of TuniH. The rising, which is assuming con siderable dimensions, bus caused a panic among the European population.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

^ fTysfrt&S^Trv-, f;;dALENI)AIf, Day of Woli. . ? SONIUY-' Monday Tuosilny . ; Wodnosdny!.'. 'Thtti'sdny,... " ° Friday Sntiini'ay.1i Dny of Month. Sun risen, .hi- m. Juno 26 ?;.. 27 '28 ' / 29:' . 30 Jtily -V JTi.2 , Sun until, ...h; nr. - 4' 58 .4-,58 4 6!) 4 CO 6 .0 . G 0 6 0 pan ^.'MOON'S PHASIS:>. t'New Moon,'271b,Juno, 12.8 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) DISASTROUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN MEXICO. NEW York, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

I -LATEST Bl' CABLE. I ?* , (From the Sydney Jlcrahl.) DISASTROUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN MEXICO. NEW YOIUC, Juno 26. A DISASTROUS railway accident, accompanied | by hoavy 1 ul life is reponed from Mexico. A (rain filled with pussengera WHS ihrowh into tlie .River Curtola fx'wj in Mexico, re suiting in the immediate death of 200 persouu.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

r LONDON., :HI::: : MONDAY.. ... w-J ;.i % M; ;}&tVja'^ specialmeeting; of- ytho ; British Cabinet'hold to considor the Irisli Laud Bill, |.it ^as^osolybd1 that Govornuiont should ask iitho jliousenof .Commons to oousidor the, menoure every day until it is finally disposed i ^ 9f. . ;1 ? . i^ ;.|i UL M'\ ;DuOpauroi - a--distinguished Frenoh i politician,! isdeud. ; In the orioket match, Oxford veraus Oam-. i ;vbrtdgei>'tttiV|former in1 theiVfirat linnings soorod 13lT ' The weather is wot. ; ' TwoGO'I-dMEDALS AVnrdad AmemoanWaltham fjis^VATOHBa-^thivOiilyMetlalR Awiirdodtto'ExblbUorsi .>^S^r^Wi*|oHw!?.«tjj,tho.,»M«lbonrno!'InieriiaUoiinl^Bx-' '^V' v hibiUbn 'lSSO.v^'All ftrimlfnVWnUlifttnW*tftbnA Smvn

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLICSHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man,—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. GOVERNMENT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

i-'*^i-»TTBxiisirex>' iorpuais-jr.mo'einxn'g. -'j,A Triiil!|rover lovoly Blnno tlio world bDjfnrii . ' \ i Tlio foo of tyronts nudtlio frlonrt of mnn,-Campbell. ' '' ;:,,fiQIILBURN: .WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29. m ui'. V.GOVERNMENT ' ACTION. , _ {V m Tni!Uia;]ias.8onro0ly .ovoi'.^eon, an occasion on' utudiii'H . ^hidi'tho' Government have shown a gientor. ,r, ilosire'to act on behalf of tho p«"blip good ("io'oVi .^-Avitla.endrgV andicletormioation.thaD; during (l/U<r-r r'ocent small-pps sc:aro.It is needless to 'i]" ' staio tUftt tho measures' adoptedu'by thorn; .CIHCllaverprored equal to tho extremes that we.ro: - - . - to bo mot, and one- lesson which this wliolo ,(fairdiryteuollos'./the, people \ of Now South^ D'^VfllWules is,that when it-pleases thorn to'do so1 ,',i iitlio. powprs that bo, pan .spoedily 'oheok any .li'iu-i.- s ^ onlatniiy dr'abnto'-nnyi'nuisanco iwhioh only' v't' le^uiros'ip^ompt1 'andappropriate!'; aotiop *fo«;. . 7its- suppression./ Certainly the/movement...

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COOTAMUNDRA. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

COOTAMUNDRA. TUESDAY. (?. iThe .Hon. William Poratev.arrivod hore this morning by rail, and breakfasted at the, Albion Hotel,...whore P. J. O'Donnoll, was waiting to drive: him to (Juiidagiii; the great oonire of this electorate, i Our^ member is expected back to-morrow, when he will meet Mb Cootamundrd con stituents, . .Afire took place at Powell's hotel this i.moming. at 5, o'clock. There' will be an , inquest upon the,matter this. "evening, and I will;wire you,the;reault. , , . > Nothing' jof-importance ' at . the! police ? court tc-.i-ay'..,; ^ *.-?'.?,.v ;; J LATER, . ' '/JPhere was no inquiry about the fire this' <i afternoon,'as it had, to . bo delayed till the ttri'iyalof the Oommoroial TJnion Assurance , Coinpttny's;agents. j The fire is supppsed to be the'work of'an incendiary-.' j

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Great Kangaroo Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

.LOOAL AND G-ENEIIAL NEWS.' : Great Kangaroo; Drive.! " ? i iTlie attention of those who delight in the. .sporty;ofj:kangaroo,-and< wallaby^ .drives ds! direcfoti to .tlio fact tliat tlio date of the groat, kangaroo .drive advertised to take pluco on 'the 9th July at* Bonny'- Doonj near Tarag'o, has been'altered, §o ibat now, the driveiwili> commence on* the 8th July and be continued, on tbe 9th. This alteration will bo'hinled1' no doubt with universal'satisfaction by those 'who intend: to- be present Jat' the. drive. Great preparations are : being- made to make thisithe.proniierdrive, and vv.e may mention tor tbo iDl'ormation.ol our local and country shois that many visitors ' are ^ enminp from, 'the-metropolis to take. part/'and' such bemg* the case, it is to^be * hoped our boys'^will leave no stone unturned'to tot up thelbiggest Scor0^:'\;,,r^^ j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORREZPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS |YIIOJR GHEVILLEV TULBONASR OO. AXD OWN OTUELL COUUKSL'ONDENTS.] !: SYDFEY. ; TUESDAY NIGHT. Dn. TAYX-ob has been gazetted additional Govornmout vaccinator for Qoulbum. . Mr- Hoskinu, Minister for Lands, is still too ? unwell'to attend to his ministerial duties. There !B nothing'now to report from the quarantine station to-diiy. All tbo patients . are progressing favourably... At a moeting of tlie Executive Council held to-day nearly all the medical men of thb colony not'already Government vaccina tors Were appointed to that office. . ' The licensing'bonch. to-day again refused ' tlie application for an extension of license to tho pavilion .. on. the Association Oriokefc Ground.' They Baid that, during football matohes on tho ground thero ought to be no .inducement offoved for young mon who engaged in and'witnessed such sports to in dulge in '"spirituous liquors. There wasla brutal atlaolc, made on a Ohinaman yesterday evening by a ban$ of ton larrikins at Surr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Think Twice Before You Speak Once. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

Think Twice'Before*'You1 Spealc Once." V A gentleman; of;! un affootiorih'tb of mind; waikoil.'. boldly,', iuto the - court-house yesterday, and declared vociferously J that'ihe; could uot bear to soe liis'Jfro'nd {lucked up for-hnvinj? been drunk ;- lie " would'pay the fine,\ ftnd -hud- como for the pitapoejol". Hnvinj|:lccpt on a'^repetition of tliq same, a'ssevfiVntiuus for soWo riinuiss, besides'gos-, licalating iu a remarkable manner, his COD-' ?ducfc IWHS:not!;app.r.eointod,;ati.it8 truo Avorthji nnd he, ^WQS: first elioved outside and^'then1 lookod/up. Suoli islifo! ., I v ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the new[?]!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

NEWS " AND NOTES. "Uriel", tlion j nnd wlmt'» ihe new»f"-JC/nj John. : Hoti. W. Eorster-is payings a!visit to bis constituents, ! . Oar acting inspector.of nuisances has boon vaccinated.| ?»[ ?. ,(w.. v t»-' Over fifty personsi;woro!-vaccinntod at Gunning, yesterday.. ,, . . 'Sir Garnet - Wolselay-'is 'aitaUnoH believer in temperance,' 1 ' .???;?.ynooination??.atv?Pholp's,^hot'elj!-Tarapo,?on? Friday noxt. ' ,. p. There is .nothing' new in! Victorian politics. Botlfsides expect a victory. i, "Mr. J.! Howell,''auctioneer at Oooma, sold sheepswhich'realized 16/6 a head;1 . Tho Orange ^Slaughtering Oompnny is to 1-1 be placed in tho inarfcet.lsiiC/apitalt,£50,000. f The'larrikins' atutlio ?'Mechanic^' Inslituto i ican.be backedito.rival'itho whistle of the big Yankee engine. ' "iMr. Kerr's-hnndsomo lamp: in-front of his | <lr|u(r store, lit,. for,'thp fi^st.time yesterday t evening,'was veryjaWaotive'.>;''' '? [i i The: small;poxrha3{disappcared from Syd-.-ii ndy, but the...

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 — 29 June 1881

MASS WHih .OR .QELIURRATEf) AT- J ] te i GOULBURN DISTRICT. : . ' < <juno29-^-FaPBt 6( Sainta Poler nnd Pool, IToll >9ny of ObliuHtion, Gurrundnli, .. July .'5-Ornliben Gulletr Spring. <Vn)ley, Brend ii Ihune. . 10 - T irnlcn, Lipttan, Mummcll. Confirmation nt fits. Petor "iinrl Vnn\'a Cathedral, . Goulbnrn, Sunday, 3tst July, . . OHOOKWELTj DI'WTIIIOT. June'' Wednesday. (Holiday of Obligation), " Mrs, Pennington'*. Bindn, .?????? . YASS'MISSION. . Pin&long, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10,'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

STOCKTAKING! IN General Drapery, Clothio g, etc. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. -For Fourteen Days Only ! BILE V BROTLLERS HAYING a very LARGE STOCK of NEW WINTER GOODS, have determined to make such REDUCTIONS in all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEEDY CLimiANCE previous to -STOCKTAKlIKr© Men s, Boys', and Youths' Clothing*, Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Fancy Dressss, Winceys, &c., &c. At Sicss .tban Malf-iPrlee! A LOT OF REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST! {Blankets 3s lid} mr-Bir {Blankets 4s lid} , . Mrotfticrs ' {Blankets 5s lid} GOULBURN {Blankets 8s lid} DouMe'. SSed BSlaiiKets lid. to S fftiiiiieag. | Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid Men's Overcoats 8s 6d: D I Men's Overcoats, 8s 6d Men's Tweed Trousers-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 .?i. . RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 8/11-worth 14/6 i RILEY BROTHERS'Men's do do, heavy make...

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STOCK AND SHARE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

AND SHARE REPORT.' A moderate number of salef were reported, in the stock and share market tn-day. ' In Obanks,', A.J.S,;, brought 17-jj-' and /l7J;"offe^od. 0-! n'f 5the-formor figure, wiih-buyere- fit the Inttor j City's quifcted'at 13§ and 13^, quota tions-buyerB 13£, sellers; 18§'-5 Goimnnrcirtls. -.^...wanted,, at, 1 IOjJ-,- procurable at, 113},., new isBiio would bo taken at 103, but none are offered, , .<Mercantiles realised CJ-, and offered at C^iWith buyora at G$; N. 8. Wales re main nt 59J- to 60 ; Now Zealands, 23J to ? * 24; Now Zealand'.Register qnotod at ,23}, .with sellers'nt' satire', buyers 23 ; Orion talis j worth 2^. to 26 ;, Unions, 66 to 67 Queons i;s"! .'land' Nationals brought 9, with buyers at , same,1 .'sellers 9£.i' In steam-A.S.N.- Co. f''" wanted ht21i, obtainable at 22. Insurance: Australian Llutunls remain at 9/-ito 10/3 ; City Mutuals obtainable at 1/4; Gfln*rnla .. . r wanted at 90/, nono offering; Mercantile .JjOJ^Oi'..Jrtitualr worth ,1/3...

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

* OOMMBUOIAL. . FARM PROD [JOE. , - Sydney. Mbndav. At the Darling Harbour railway terminus, i 7:1 this, morning, there was a good supply, of I r^'y jforago", and.. produce forward from (ho numerous stations-along the Westprn'and Southern lines. The'market to-day was fairly attended,^ and late prices wore well maintained. Oaten" hay, in bale, 4/-fo 4/9 ; U fi'irftruss^ 3/l'lrto 4/3 f\ arid in bundle,' 4/2: to t. 5/r(;per cwt; luoerne hay, 3/5 to 4/1 per f cwt; straw, in bale, good clean samples, 2/5 , to'3/; in bundle, 5^11''to 3/1 per owfc oaten chaff, in bale, 5/.1 per bwt, in bags, :»>b i 4/D, bags inclusive; whenten and oaten chnff, 4/7 to 4/10; mixed in bale, 4/8 : whea ten and oaten, in sheaves. 3/3 ; oaten sheaves, 3/11 to 4/- per cwt. Potatoes, 3/- to 4/8 per cwt, bajra in ; ewede turnips, 2/3 to 3/8 per ' owt; ditto pumpkins, 1/2 to 2/9: extra quality, 3/3 to 4/2* (per dozen. On the wharves to-day prime croen lucerne is sell ing1 froai £2 5/- to £3 10/- pi>rtoil.' Bus...

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THE LATE J. McCHONOCHIE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

THE LATE J. McGHONOOHIE. ? ?? An-inquest.was hold on Tuesdaj', at the Railway t Hotel, , Harden,. by tliov. -coroner and a jury of twelve^ touching,the death of James McOhonochio. ; 1 1 ; Thomas* Bishop- deposed: I am a .dairy man residing : at .Murriimburrah ; have known deooasod, Janios McQlionoohie, for four or fivo yeura ,* last,saw him nlive on Sunday night, 19th instant on Saturday morning I lound him ill in bod^ he asked, >me;to 'eond my Ii I tie girl, twelve years tof age, to attend; to "his. shop;- a < Mrs. Ryan: ' wbb there ; -I. believe waitingion'him ; Mrs. Haines was with him on; Saturday night with his washing; she put a clean.shirt on-, him ; I stnyed witli hitn'until twelve o'clock' on Saturday morning ; . he1 asked'me to come to him .next day-}". I-. did soiat'sovun ofolock; in the morning,, nnd gavo him-a>drink .of beef tea ; I suit, him at eight o'olock;;in the evening, and stayed .till./ twelve o'olook; during this time wo > had-various oonver...

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