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THE NEW YORK SUICIDE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 January 1896

? the Niiw Yoit.i suiJi!) ?: cum. A'N'OTir u nii»m cr of the n'hw Y irk .*3iiii::dt! Club, tli- n.viste-ure .-. . ?- n'icU was u it-w monti!.-. tg. ..-i.t e !cn ivu -y the .?oJicii, Imj cOiiimi1 ii. -u.cle. ' Tnis inaUi-rf im- eigut-i m -mb-r who haa tiiile.j Ihh Hie.. At. a ;»roviuus meeting ot' this club th, in.jde «»r prncedure was tup lots t.- b^ r.L.vn, wh-n tho doomed mm retirodi ilo h id t-- commit MuuM.ie itnin a fort-; night. -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 January 1896

' ' OeneiralhjSewsi'-.' ; ' . :. , : ' 'f-j -T 'l'-f xrr'^:A''-- -V--'-'-'1' ' ? ?'.''?'?'. '?'.-': Shocking SnooTrNo'^FATALiTy. — A fatal ' nho -tin»fraf;cidoud'oc{mrileUl*ai Beech For est (Vic.) on Tuesday, ra ?Ttiiitg. A Mr. Fulton .waa'-stli51irig!}n'lho''Fore3t at the residence of Mrs. Pownoy. . Noticing a ?EaJ.in bird in-a t'rult'troi'a'd got bia «un and shot it. He gavo tho bird to Mra. ?Pqwnoy, iwhii to'dk it into': the, houao, whoro Fultop1 oupjJOH'ud^ bfid remained. - Ho resumed his si«at on tho .verandah sul^oquontly, c.'ndviotit:ihV'a'sliglit dh .turbancojLu torau cufraut bjuhebi lio fan cied ho saw a bird there. .Ho again fired, qncl -on g6iiig''ti ai-o' t'n'o irt-Hult he ... wan horrified to.llnd .urn. Powney' lying deaii undor tho bushes. Tho shot ap peared to h'-tvo taken uifuct in th« head, and de.ith must have beo-. 'iii.-btuutaneous. TlIK COOLOAKUIK RAILWAY. ? Tile West Australian Government hi\3, ordered tho survey -'-of a railway from Cop\j»ariiie to Menzibs.-. ...

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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 January 1896

THE TRANSVAAL. Pkivate telegrams havo bei-n received -vhicn~state that Dr. Jameson is to b« tried .by. court-martial, and. that tho other prisoners are to be releaat-d. The Black: Watch Regiment (Royal Highlanders), now located at Cape Town, navo been, ordered to proceed to iMafV liing, with d'iroctioho to stop, and if uet!03Jai'V- tihoofc. iiriv mnrn invn^ui-n #»f* tho Trr.navaal; ?: . Sir Hercules Robinson, Governor of. Cape Colony,- in aciibia inofldago on Fri day, otatod that at .iha light botwoon Dr. Jameson'o forces and tho Boero over 80 oiiicprs endmon v/cro woundt-d. Included among, tho wounded *.-.rp Major Grey formerly, o£ the Bcohuaa'a'1 polico, aud ?Captain .Coventry, coii'or Lord Coventry . Soventy, ( .jvero. , killed, and additional ? bodies aro atill being found. Five hun dred pritipner^ -v/cre . taiion. l ? Tho Boor's c'aauaUtios.T^oro slight.1 ? -' ? ' - '? The Governor... of. Natal, Sir Walter Francis .llecly.-IIutchinaott ? hap cabled' to ^Englaudnowspapor reports...

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BOMBALA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 January 1896

BOMBALA ATHLETIC CLUB. 1 Tue abovo club held its first rarotimr on New. Your'ti Diy, on the old -running,', truck at the White -iate. Thren eventa were run off, viz., a Sheffield Handicap of £30, a boy's roe, and a Flying HandliMii of fiii. Tho ShnffinM H/inrlipnf. wa- won '-y R. D. Langley, 23 ydn. ; P. Joiiuh, 25 ydn, &f cond ; A. Manns, 10 ydB, third ; It. Martin, 22 yds, fourth. The boy's rac- wait won bv W; Forayth, and the Flying Handicap 'by S. II. Nolan,' 6 ydH ; 1{. J-. LangLy, 5 yds, being sec ond; S. Leslie, 12 ydo, third.

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Fire on a West Australian Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

? ? ? ? Steianiep. ;'... ??????.????.;? Portland reports that the A.U.S N Com pany's steamer Cintra, bound for W«.8t Australia arrived in the bay at that port betwoon2 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday B ir ?° uWntl-' %Vas attended by the Bullimba. x7hicM flfnnmn. »i ? . .^ . cl at /. ? ''° ouomet snortiv Ufter tho flre was discovered, some thrS miles to the westward of Portland A I course was .shaped for Portland aa 'soon rounded by shore- boats, but no assiel anM waa required, only a limited num bor of iands being able to do anything to arrest the progresa of tho are. About three hours after „„,!,„,;„ „ \_ AbOufc ^ esertious the crew got thl up^ ^ of aooutee,k and the dens/volumes of smoke and steam which had been waning ^ from her. The Bullimba, W Adelaide, soon hove in eight and at ? tendod the Ciptra to Portfand. There was oonio excitement when tho intelli womG ^^V^^'- * --berof women and children wero innWi^i .„ that the ladies behaved with tho greatest [calmness compared with some of...

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Bombala Jockey Club Races. [BY TELEGRAPH.] BOMBALA, WEDNESDAY, 6.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

lomibailsE, -JocEcey €lmh E&aces. [Btr Telegraph] ? . BOMBALA, Wednesday, 6.30 p.m. ; i he annual meeting of the Bombala Jockey Club commenced to-day The attendance was only poor, about 300 persona being present. The weather was excellent and the racing good. The fol lowing are tho results of to-day'o racing: OPENING HANDICAP. Lady Linton - _ -. l Lilydale - - - - 2 Raehael q j B.J.C. HANDICAP. Grenadier _ j | Cassio - - -, - 2 I Revenge - ' _ - 8 I members' handicap. ? ,1 MyleB Standiah- - - 1 'J Lady Linton - _ 2 Ellery - - . . 3 HACK RACE.; ' Omelette - - - - i Cingabar - - - - 2 Twilight - . - - - 3 IXYING HANDICAP. ' J Lilydale - - - ' - 1 J Rovongo - - - - 2 I EHory .- - - . 8 \

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

English Mails. Mails for, the United Kingdom per the Orient, and P. and O. Co's steamers are despatched from Sydney to London direct every Monday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

Elail TTemo TaMe. The following is the mail timo table ob served at tho local office : ? Mails leave Delegate every Monday,! Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Craigie, Nicholson's and Bombala, reach ing lattor placo at 7-p.ni. Leave Bombala at 5 a.m. on Sundaya, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at Delegate, via Nicholfinn'n r-nri n™,-™?.. _a 10.30 a.m. Leavo Delegato ©very Sunday, W^. nesday and Friday for Ccrrowong at 'll a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.m. Leavo Cunwong at 10 a.m. on Mon days, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Delegate at 1 p.m. ' ° Loave Delegato every Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. for Tombong , arriving at Delegate on return every Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p.m Leave Delegato at 11.30 a.m. on Sun day and 0.-80 a.m. on Thursday, reaching menace (.vie; 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Bonang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thursday, and Orboat (Vic), at 6 p.m. on Monday and 6.30 p.m. on Friday. Leave Orboat, via Bonang and Bendoc, on Sundays and ...

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THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. | Dr. .Jameson hia been dismissed from the service of the British South Africa Company. Tho Emperor of Gormany ban roplied i to tho Queon'a rebuke in ternio whion proffer 'hand friendship,',™,) adds tuat his recent actions wore not intended as a slur on tho dignity of England. party in the Cape Parliament deolarca Mint under existing conditions theBritish South Africa Company io a danger to tho peace of South Africa. Twenty-two mombors of tho Reform Committee in Pretoria, including Colonel Rhodes, a brother of Mr. Cecil Ehodea, have been placed under arrest by Pre3i- I dent Kruger on a chargo of treason. The President aaks the Uitlands™ M conduct thomselvea so as to enable tho Government to ask tho Volkarcad to forget and forgive. The newspapera of England demand that the fleet should bo increased, and report that tho aurpluo expected at the end of tho year bo devoted for that purpose. . President Krugar haa cabled a mesaao-0 to tho Queen, expressing appreciat...

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POETRY. THE WALLABY TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

,-. ?'???'?':?;?:. JP-!3TR Y.r; ??;, '/.' /?:;-:;;V.-: ?? ?'? .;.; -.?.?;'? '?'.' THE WALLABY TB AOK.', ? r ? , Uy old oowhide boots tire patoby and Worn, .'?'? . :-?;??-. My troaaen are ragged my jumper, is torn, '; ?.-:,?'? '..?? My billycock hat is an object forlorn, ' ; '. :' ?'.?,;?''. jly hate is unkempt and my beard is unshorn; V.'.' ''?' .?''??' ?. And why is it so in this fair land of gold, ?',:,?. '?: \ '.- Whose screen swelling bosom hides riohes un .-.??: .?? ::- . .. ??.??. ?? toni? ? ?? ? ? ? ; '.?'?' . - , -? Why should I o'er Buffer from hunger or cold? ' Whv don't I erow tioh as I know I grow old ? ',??.' I'll tell yon. Bncauoe with tho avrag at n-y bcok . ' I go, roaming about on tho wallob? tract. ' ? .. ? When first I arrived horo^oncr.lontjycivocrro, , ' My feolini»3 xroro njinly, my heart oil Ojjlow ; :. ' Bat now hopa'o bright lamp in my breast hzi barnt lor/, ? For I'vo no ono to enro for, and nowhero to go. .' As I nit by my firo in tbo cold morning air, And...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

VITALITY RE3TOKED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. ' TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER.' BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. A positive euro for general debility, Wpaknesa, Lauaitudo, Hoad cho, Diseased Livor, and all Diconcca arioing from an impovcriohed norvouo oyotsm. Mr. William Bnhor, Bruoh, Conranbongr N.S.W., who writes on. May 27th, 1893': Ao ono of thooo who hnvo received great bonefi from Clomcnts Tonic I feol- ^ratc- f* ful, arid in duty bound to convey to you ? \ in writmg my gratitude for blessingu re- ' ceived. I have boon troubled for some time with violent cughing ai.d spitting flrot tiling in tho morning, bac^ -aching, tired -jnd aching Iimb9 all over,- head ache and dizziness ao that I would reel » and fall if I did not happen to bo noar something to hold on to with my hands. I tried many things, bu' found very littlo relief until ono day hearing of Cloraents Tonio I felt anxiou- to try it, and after ,' taking two bottlefi I not only found re- ' lief, but ha...

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

THE EUROPEAN SITUATION It is understood that the general uncer tainty and uneasiness in regard to the foreign relations of England impelled tho British Government to take meaaurea for tho increase in the fleot decided upon by the Admiralty. In many quarters it ia demanded that the surplus of £5,000,000 should bo de voted to the; construction -of warships I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

DE LEGATE . H. G. WOOD GENERAL STOBEKEEPEE ?c. (Established 1875.) \ A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO CHOOSE FROM. Only First-class Goods kept in Stock BUY AND BEAD THE 'ARGUS.' Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance, t SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE. Advertisements at Reasonable Rates. NOT « Made in Qe&xuinj' -/ ^ ? . ? _ ? _ ^ ^ ^ATKI]N'SON^ ' -- ' The Finest English Make. Slope Fragsaiit; More Lasting and , ^ - \ , , ' ^erymnchMoreRe^esliing:. , ? ? than the German Kinds. » i ,s / -^ -$* -V' A - ? - __ ? : — i, — !? ,. . .. v -1 ,' i tTse ATKINSCOSPS oinlly ( And Beware of Imitations. Only Genuine with Shield-ahape Blue and Ycllovr Label and usual ' White Roso ' Trade Mark. Of ALL DEALERS, and of tiie MANUFACTURERS— JT. fe E. ATKINSON, 24, Old Boncl-st., LONDON.

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Revision of Electoral Districts. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

EevM« off SSectoal! ©isMcte Peovioion is made under the 17th section of tho Electoral Act for tlio revision of tho boundaries pi: the electorates of tho ?colony about ovory five years. Tho work ;is dono by the Electoral Commission, which for this purposo has to meet evory census year, and on tho fourth or iifth .year-from each conouo. Fivo years hav ing now: expu'od from the dato of the last censuo, a mooting of tho commission (consisting of Judge Murray, Mr. Twy nam. and Air. (ieorgo JLpw^s) wr.n held' ': -.- last weok at tho Electoral offico, to con- ?';? sider tho otato of tho eloatoral roll in ' each of the olectoraico throughout the ° colony. It waa decided to thoroughly !? invostigato tho otuto of the rolla by loca- \ ting tho olectora iu the diofcricts whore y. the numboro woro found to bo boyond i, the. quota or under tho margin of allow- ';?? ance permittad by the Act. Tho prac- } tice is, if any alteration io found i-ec2P- \\ eury, for tho commisoion to pr- po-e an -; adju...

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THE ARMENIAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

THE ARMENIAN QUESTION. I Ihe Duke of Westminster, chairman of the Armenian Relief Committee, haa de clined to take measures to bring further pressure to bear upon Lord Saliabury with regard to Armenia. Ho declares tnat (Treat Unfnin /-nMMA-. ~_j. _i without running the risk of war. Rus sia, in his opinion, believes that political interests outweighed all other considera tions. If Rusaia would co-operate with England, he added, the outrageo in Armenia would soon cease. ? I

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What it Cost to Discover America. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

What ii . Cost to IM§c©ver J-^ ? Amenta . ??' . ? ' It is a qnoation 0? come intereofc to Irnow hov '.;'? Vj '???' mnoh. monoy it took to dkooyor America, for. ?,':'';': the flndiog o£ which 60,000,000 people aro ? ?'?': ?'?'' fjratefuL j '? \ It -is not cs colonscl c cum az ono' woul«I ' ?.-? think, eapooiolly in comparieon with money ,? '': values of to-day — that ia, i£ wo ore to judgs H ';? -\ at all from tbo items of Columbua'o ospadt tion. It cost only 1.400,000 Spaniohmarave dis, which ib about .'1600,. according to onr l f Drosent standard. . - t Think of it. L333 tbun one-third of tho - t ' k 'salary of tho Chancollor of tho Exchoqaor, and about a one-hundredth of what Mr. Astor , psya for a honao. . l \ -.- ?In 'tho crobivea proaorved in Hodrid it is t 1 otated that JS70 wcd pivon to Chritixjphor Col- ' i ' umbno for his sorvicon. He hr.d two captains ' under him who received ^39 esoh, and the sailoro got 103 a month, booidoa their rationr. The rent of X1C00 covoro tho coo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

ONE OF THE -ANY BENEFITS DERIVED BY DEALING AT THE iusljmati's (mM Stores, Bead the following extract from ' Truth,' December 22nd, 1895 : FBEE INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENT. The Way to Popularise a Business. Already the system of Free Insurance against disablement or death by accident,' introduced into Au-trolia by tho Australasian Free Insurance Association, of O'Connoll-Btreet, Sydney, a few months .:go, hu« produced very distinct beneficial result.-) to thoso who have tvi.iled them-olveo of i . Ao v/o predicted at the time, a Kcliome wiiicli enables uno fc- inuuro a;»ain»t suri u» accident or violent deatn at no cost whatnvrr must become immensely popular. Naturally, a pernon with tho leunt apark of prud»-nco in his charac ter will* de^l with tho trcdor who prcrcnta him (or hov) with on ? artistic cupon which miiv bo worth £1 per week or £50 t-.- hia (or her) ropre32ntativc. And thorc can b3 no queatioa that the cyGtezr; i-s an excellent ono for any or.ergt-tio br.oincsu firm to ad...

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ENGLAND AND VENEZUELA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

ENGLAND AND VENEZUELA. Intelligence has been received to the effect .that many aimed Venezuelans are making for the frontier of British Guiana The British Cabinet held a prolonged meeting, and discussed the Venezuelan question.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

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MUTINY ON A RUSSIAN IRONCLAD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

MUTINY ON A RUSSIAN IRONCLAD. a mutiny attended by serious results broke out on board the Russian ironclad Kurik while lying at anchor in a harbour of ^Algeria, North Africa. The outbreak was caused by the cruelty of one of the boatswains; who was Jailed in the affray. The mutiny was suppressed by meal from a French man-of-war, which was lying m the harbour at the timo. Fifty of the mutineera were placed in chains and sent to Cronatadt, the Russian naval fortress, for trial.

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