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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

YASS NEWS. (FBOM OOH CotinnsroNDBNT). ST. ATjausirrNB's. Cnuitoii.-This eliuroh is now undergoing the improvements that have long bmm held iii contemplation . for the bemitifying of tho interior by the Kov. Fuilmr O'Keofi'o. Mr. Philip Pinn.'.oLCrooltwell, has been the ? suooe'nafuI tenderer for the carpenters' work, which lio commenced last, week, and ho oxpeots to have the now, flooring finished by tho end of this woelr; The new seats; which are of a- modern' nricf" elegant, design, hnVo. boon procured -'from one of tho loading firms in Sydney, nnd will be planed- in tho church by Mr. Pinn. Tho arrangements made in, this respoot by Father 0'lCoeifn will give fur more accommodation anil greater comfort to the congregation. 'The flooring was muoh noedt'd,* as it is about a quarter of "a century since, tho floor ing now tak.-n up was placed1 in the suored edifice., Tho sunutuary is also to be thoroughly repaired ; and I understand the church will shortly bo resliingled. * Besides the...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Singing and Dancing Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

The Sinking and Dancing Contest. . 'At the singing nnd dancing content, got, up by the Soronadors on Monday ni^ht, the following were the 'silvor oup takwra:-At. CavonaRh, comio singing; T, Reidj Borjti mflntal singing; and John llobertsun, clog dnnno., , ., -r : .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Highway Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

Highway Robbery. i Word roacliod' Buthurst .on |jMomlay last thfit Keon!s royal mail coaoh from Tnrnna to Oberon was pluck up on'Saturday Inst by highwaymen, at- a point oallod.'the DOR Roclca. . No additional pnrtiou>lnrs had roaohod Bathurat whon the Western Inds .. pendunfc (irom'wliioh papor we tako this para graph) went to press* j (

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. Before Messrs. H. H. VOSE and J. G. King. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

GOULBURN POLlCE CpURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. Boforo Messrs. H. H, VOSE and J. G. King, ULLUNK. Robert Weidmeyur pleaded guilty to the charge of' druulcennass, and was fined 20/, or seven days' in ^aol. DUUNIC AND DIBOHDEllIiY. William Hussey alias 'Murranfc was convicted of the above offences, and was finod 20/, or to go to gaol for seven days. OBSOENE LANGUAGE. , The" earno party was also charged wilh having made use of; obscene language. Constable Agassis, of Marulan, deposed : About 3 o'clock last evening I hoai'd shout ing in the street at Manila d ; prisoner was in front of tho fettlers' camp, and was chal lenging the fettlers to fight with him ; :ho said they wore after him and w/inted to; murder him; he made use of all tho;oAtbsa; man could well think of ; he has recently' served a month iu gaol; 1' consider he is not altonethor accountable for what ho does. Thu bench decided to withdraw, the latter oliargn, and directed the constable to ask a. doctor to see him in the gaol, r

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

INSOLVENCY. ?A,MEETING relative to tho insolvency of, Patlc." Murphy, wna, libld. yesterday.',1 in tho court-, house,-kG-ojulbuin,; for.: tho = examinaiion of witnesses before Mr. Yosa. . msas*T V Mi\ "13ott8''-appeared) - for the- official assiunoe. ? . '? . ? 'Patrick Murphy, examined .by MivBetts,' deposed I am the insolvent in,.ihis cast) ; I have signod insolvenoy papers; I don't think' I - have 'sent., down to Bydnay any ^account since ray sbh'edulo ,v! got one letter from tho, assignee, since my insolvunoy ; X don't ,know, what* it.was,- as I cannot read; I Have "it 'tti^ my/ ajtorno'y,/ MiODavidson '; U' wasabout a'woek or 'a -fortnight buforn my insolvency when I -made up''my. mind "to become insolvent; I did not dispose I of any of my .'goods wholesale just before my insol vency ; .1 did-'not. Wend !any, away: Ivseiit a trunk or two of boots;, backto, Sydney booause- they were mis-fits; tho value -of' them was £30,'more or loss ; I'.had them in ray possession., about a mon...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Nearly Victimised. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

" Nearly' Victimised. Tho Bnrwon Argus'atates ^that ? n i gentle-, man-iti'llirewarrina'; rtomptbdj by'tho Rront bargains offered by the now -notorious Eodr; 'anow Wii'tcli!Gotnpaby{:-forwflrded_ an,ordoi'J; for. one, of: thoiuoomparable timepieces and - tho'tiion'oy '\vitlr iil;<~On' 'fearing'. that.-.Jho.. a'ffiur'wns a fraud; tlio party in qnestiori gave," tho-money; up for. lost,; and ;;stood,..npy;.littlp amount of Wall fi>om''his friond9 upon, .being, " liadi'.: Byx lastk Sadt'JEJcanoisoo mail* bow- < ovoy,1 the,-letter, andf.ooptGnts/woro. relumed J from tlie Boston poBt-offico-marked |",iFrau 'dulontV''i V'Anothoi^Jgfiutlomuni ,waaj:.on ?tho, ?point ofr80nding foivone of. tlio boat Jdesorip-,. tions "rf 'these advertised frauds, but was' .porsuadod'to. wait until , tho ^fi.rst- monjt i onod i :h«iiI-;iilo(Boivea/;Kid-::.^atob>V.'.8pv-ar8j:tp^^.yb,i. whether! tho uc^yertiaemont ,was, a£bona fide affnir'or'not.'i ' 'Mf i. <f* <...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Daiy Paper for Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

v'm ..vA'.Dail^ Paper for''Batiurst. «. 1 Under yesterday's date; wo h'av'o'observod an announcement 'in "the"Western ^Iude pendent/to tho-'blfectHthauhat paper "is about to.be issued'daily;.. Wo are g'lad to se^osuch.a, step has- bden taken ;<arid we ooiigrntulflto ?the proprietor1 of the Independent upon imv-' ing'been ;Uio first ad, make... such"1 an jiinport ant move. ,Tlie . Independent; has 'been-ini circulation since ISP'S,.when icAvas issued as. a bi-weekly.' a Three,years af'tor/ it caurie''out' as, a tri-weekly, in which" form "it'h'as,*,con tinued'to, circulate: upito the/ present.,time;' .Wo'.oftn sincerely ( say .that"\v'o ; wish. the veH tui-'e tl'io fullest success.,,,,/w{ ) j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Captain Standish and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

Captain Standish and the Press. The" appointment 'of"Miv Hv B. Moore, late Secretary for-Lands, as Secretary; of the Victorian Kaoing Club, is generally! looked upon .witli favour, as ho is exceptionally energotic,a general favotirito. and a splendid organiser. However, there is a f>oi»d deal of dissatisfaction, at the cut and dried man ner in which tho appointment was made. The sporting snribos of.'the weeklies were all in-for the good thing, and they<are as mnd as hatters over their defeat. The com mittee do not appear to. think of ; the; newer paper men, at least if we are to judge of their views by those- of Captain Staudish. To a person' who w'ns canvassing for1, one of the scribes, he s>iid, " I'll see that no d pressman; gets-the, bilet,'' Tue press has occasionally' boon severe, on the onptuin, und he does not soem to have forgotten it.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Injuries from Burning [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 29 June 1881

/Injuries from1 Burning j J}?.., A vQfy sad ncoidont,!nnd oneifrooi./whicli. fwb, regret'to'lemrn/mostserioua.consequunoQSt "nro npprohendod,' ocourrod vtifc.i.tlioj Publio School,"-'Wagga^' -about'f midday < onjlMdny: !Madame.i\Vrillaco,ltoaohof<ofi/Erencb/,nnd sewing mislrnsa; «t thoi'Bohoo^vWna.standjin^ .neot»the4firo^-ih^onoTKofr.the-Kola88?roQnj'gj-; f togothor wjlbfaoino of the othor teriotiors. Suddenly Mndame Wallace's dressj-yns obSorvofl tJbo'dn'fife^andfupon. li'ur 'attpu'-j tionkl/eingndra^njitoit'^^^ ih to.' ai&9 d 1 nnnnTiltfflft'fffiOnmofpMf/feBadllfjBonnoftrrrSUO;!!].! ceeded in holding her, and by the display of' moat, cuwniendiiblo ? presence of mind wniil.1 doubtless have extinguished the fl-.iinps, but tho unfortunate lady-who was naturally in a state of extrouiit oxcitotnont-exerted a'l hor strength, und ueMrly broko aw ay from him. Assistance, howovor, oatne »nd the jlfimoB were' speedily extinguished. 'Dr. Ta.vler was fortunately...

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

DIED                   KNOPP.—June 21, at her late residence, Hunter's Hill, Margaret, the beloved wife of Jacob Knopp, after a long and painful illness, which she bore   with Christian fortitude, leaving an affectionate     family to mourn their loss, aged 54 years and 4   months. R.I.P.                

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT COURT FURTHER AMENDMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

DISTRICT COURT FURTHER AMEND ' . " MENTAOT. . ON Saturday the firBt appeal from the District Oourt to tho Supremo Oourt under the Distrioc Court Further Amendment Act, which came into force in April last, was lieard.'^ 'Few persons., not initiated'-in legal matters WoulcL have the slightest idea of tho ektent of the ohange ^hich Mr. McLaugh lin's bill htis'-.'effected."'-". Under the District Oourt, Aot the maohinoVy for appeal-from a, decision was cumbrous and expeusivo, Un der tho old system; tho party dissatisfied with' ? a decision had to give notice of appeal, stat ing 'his grounds to the Registrar and to his, oppohqnt.;, JSe then proposed sureties, who, in their-turn, had to justify and to givo a bond, approved bythe Registrar;' .He 1 then had'to draw 'out a pa^ahd.'to submit it' to tHe,othor side for approval. . If::the partios ooulid got agree in a. statement of the; case, as invariably happenedi -it had' to be sbttlod by the Judge, who 'may haye lost his notes,' or. this^me...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. .'Brief, tUenI «uJ wtiut'n ilir iitwt '."-King Juhu. The royal middies visited Ballarfit yester duy (WmluKsday). Wellieluij, the great violinist, will arrive by the city of Sydney probably on Friday evening. Shipments of tlio rovised Testnmant havo arrived ut Adelaide. The booksallerB are rushed for oupies. Dr. Halkett has been appointed Govern ment medical officer aud vaccinator for the districfe)f Cooiamundra. An nb)o foamau named George Thomson bung himsolf on board tho Windsor Cestlo at Queensland on Monday ni^ht. 'i'Jio phosphoriaed. grain is doing injury among tho slioop in (South Australia, where one Bquatter bus l >et 500 head. The Now So>ih Wales footballers arrivod in Melbourne on Tuesday night, aud wore driven to tlieic hotel in a four-in-hand. It is considered doubtful whether or not the Flying1 Squadron may come on to Sydney on account of the injuries to the Bacchante. Miss McCaig, tencber of the Catholic school at Gundagai, which pluce she is leaf...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

:THB^Oii?LTMedalsvAwnrdod , toj:Exbibttorsr of iWatolibaiVtythB:Vl\lelbonroevBxbibitio'nv woro' 'Tijo^ Gold,Onos!!'both, waro]oarn'adofflby»ithQjiWi.l,TirAlI'/ . I,;!'*-1 ^ i>ii*»«*(.»?>-..*; z'1 iWATon:OoMrAMT.-'>Tui8;» n?Broftt flohlevorooot for , tffi.O^pinyfWbo^pjirriadioffjtUojpnly^Glold.Modft^ , Sydnoyj;.^ '

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Jns. Worrall sued Jas. Bradford for 9/ goods soldand. -delivered j "verdict jfoi plaintifli with costs.;' u 1 i. . i1'.. Jus. Bird sued \V. J. Rixon for amount of an order drawn in favour of plain tiff'and accepted by the, defendant for £4 16/.. Afpor, considerable evidence a verdiot was'<given' for plaintiff wilh costs.=' ) Soveral other cases were settled out of ooiirt. ?' , --i -I SlaugKtoringi licenses. wore granted to John Paget,1 Binda, and Jimmy Wong Sing. , « Olio no ii op ENGLAND Oonokbt.- This >' look'place on Wednesday last, in the Tem perance Hall. There wore only about 70 or 80-present, the timo of year being ratbor adverse to people leaving their firesides}to > sit in a tolerably cool hall. The- Rev. II.. .| Dunlop, took the chair, nnd'the'performance.^ . (. .was commenced by Mr. H.'i Wbite^playjng an overture,|and the followingprogrammVwas, then gone through :-('-The Skipper a"nd his Boy," Mr; VV. T. Wood ; " Evening.Star," Mr. G-; ...

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CROOKWELL NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20. Before Mr. S. L. COX. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

CROOKWELL NEWS. \ - - - . /.0 . [FROM OUB C0RHE6POMo;tKT,] \ \ POLIOE~COimT. '! - .MONDAY, JUNE 20. Before Mr. S. L. Hoy. .William King,was charged (on sumnibris) with killing certain sheopon' two different-pr oasions (NoyeuiberlSSO and February 1881) the property of 'Henry"Oarr.--Mr. H.- S. Gannon appeared for defendant nnd_ took objection to the information" asiriot vliaving been laid within ytho- timo: prescribed by law. The case was dismissed with a . view ,io a fresh information; being laid.jrrMr. I Betts appeared.for; plaintiff,..... . ; \ ' Robert P^arkor, sued Jas, Barker; for, fcres I pass 011 his leased land, ' After going into | the evidence,the bonoh dismissed'! the "case having no jurisdiction, tho'ownership of the | land buing in dispute., , ,'Jno. Bloomfield v. H. Masey for assault. i.Oase, was withdrawn, on the application of ? the plaintiff. " 1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

lOll'XJAV'Of l!' Wj-'ekJ- *.? SUNDAY .i'i'i Monday, .... Tuusday,./.. Wodnutfdiiy^. Thursday..,. JjjfdfiylV'?/', i BnturrUy Sun acts. ?I'll.-"m'.'! ' x4''58"" >i;4;C8 n-W. 4. fiO ,.'e o, ."5 <0 ( < a.: o : MOON'S, PHASE.; i . ? Now Moo5iV27th Jun'oVl2,8 n.tn,. -

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COOTAMUNDEA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. Before Mr. Jones, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

COOTAM.UNDEA NEWS." ( FKOM OUN COHHESI'ONDKNTO POLICE COTJKT. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. ' "I1 Beloro Mr.1 Jones, J.P. R. Gregory,-of the Commercial 'flotolj was charged with a . breuoli of the . Towns'; Police Act', and, pleaded 'aot: guilty.-Con stable -Simmonds deposed : 'About. elevon o'clock a.m.' oil the 15th .instantr tbroe beadl| bf-oat'tle1 were straying'ih Cooper-street aa'dl one head in barker-street ;; -I; drove them to; defendant's r'esidence^at sergeant Parker's orders,'to find out who was'the'owner Mr. Gregory claimed .them, aud i gave;thera..up and issued ! the: summons.-Mr! Gregory, here made a statement that* he did.not'Ownj the cattle, but wus keeping-.' them . for - a Iriend j they wore idying,1 but 'Jie was feed ing, them..-The bench decided that'proof of ownership by .sergeant.Burkor was notcon-^ tradicted, fcnd 'fined defendant 20/, and 2/0 COStS of COUrt. i' ' ' The next case againstVMr. ., Gregorys for breach of Towns Polioe Act-lamp out at midnight-was withdrawn)Mho...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrents and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, JUNE 30. PLANING TREES IN GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

DPTXBIilSI-IED EVEKT' MOENING, jj" ;: ^?- '??' ? ' '-?? .» ?(HlV!ri!tli,;cvBr,lov«l)'i«lii(>o.tho:Avorl(l began,) i"<? ? "ATli'd foe^oj,jtyrii^»|nii(lit;iBjflonrt oim?.u,-Campbell,) fv,} '^Q'ULB,URN': ^ ] THURSDAY,JUNE' 30.7. ^PLANTING1 TREES' IN* GOUL-''?' .CVEOa: .T, BURN. Tub MunicipaljOounojli.deBervqa'jCro'dit for thor- - --? . anJt isil txe'ost"l In;timo^tlieso^wilL be it1 real 'acquisi adtling^gmat^^^; to^ tho}.,boa'u.ty place? and - the comfort - ,of tho inliabitnnfa;, 1 j^thi9x,sDa8o^o£.,tho^ygar,tth6*w!nd8>\vilioh; t'j, ";*'jswoop over tho-^lains^to^thq south jmd west V^(of (ho city, oomo laden-with'nn ioy, ohilling "/{ '^"broftlh, and firodubo. g'reiit disopmforts, giv ..<^ing ?' oolds,i ooughB^snY^ olliGr^ disngrooablo e^i^ie^noBa^JVe^-^lHnliDg on a larger scale,1 iqirthiBifdiroolion,!,-would) tond^to'j'modify tlfo' «{foots' of the rnfw .wintry winds wluolf sNveep" ov orjj|t h is 8 bio nj: i/ cx p a n s e/d ft r ry i n g1 |d i a o3m ^ ',,&...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

?YASS NEWS. (FltOM OUlt OoiUlESroKDENT), THE only pa8<j at the polioe court on Tuesday was that of a man who had boon remanded for a week, and the, police magistrate after hearing the statements "of acting-gnoler Gatoly and the. seDior-constable discharged him. , . < . STRAY LEAVES.;-This coropimv gavo anbther of their entertainments in Ynsa-on Tuesday night fo n respectable audience who manifested their delight by repeated bursts.of applause. ' Mn. -W, HOLLAND.-Thisgentlem an who has. recently been appointed- bb teacher of the Roman Catholic Denominational school, at.Youug, took advantage of the midwinter holidays uud paid'a visit to Yuss on Tues day where lie received a warm welcome faonv his numerous friends. , ? 'Mil/ LusEBnaa's STOLEN JisweliiEIIY. About the. beginning of lust February Mr, Losyber^'s jewellery sliop was broken 'into i in the middle of the night and nearly £300 worth of jewellery" stolen thorefroih. Last wot'k a niun named Haynes .was .comm...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Important Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Importanti'Meetiaffs. .- A,. '. On Saturday- next ' two'-"meetings "ar^ ..advertised to bo bold at the Temperance 'Hall,- Crookwell-ono at 2 p.m., and the other at 3 o'clook.^ The'objoot of the.first is ui quostion whioli is of: the.greatest "moment to the Orookwell publio-namely, the pro-j p*osed>: tramway ; and a good attendance may;'therefore, be expeoted, the.more so" os some interesting information will be most likely gone into, by Mr. Myers, M.L.A., who! .will attend. * The oilier . meeting is in oon-j neotioii with the Goulburn 'Meat ^Freezing. ,Company, tlie nature of which will be ex-! plained,varid-a share list opened, so:, that! those who mny wish to subscribe can do soj afte'r htiving. heard ; for themselvesjiwhat it; fis the company proposes: to accomplish.^

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