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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Tuk Emperor of Germany hao booa mak ing it apparent once nioro that natuxo intended him for a' clown and fate put Mm ou an Imperial pedestal. Ho lias gone out of hio wav.by leagues to insult tho bold British Lion. Tho messngo, he, with tho approval of his ministers, des patched to President Kiugor, of the Transvaal, is nothing short of garish arrogance. Tho Booro may bo of Teu tonic orgin, but it doeo not appear on tho records that Germany or any other nationalitioa to tho north ever 'assisted tho cottleraent of tho Transvaal or took part in tho troubloo and trials of tho south African Ropublic. Tho Boers really owe thoir indopondonco and their status to tho temperato policy of Eng land, and at tho crucial point, when England might eaoily have owept away their authority, a torritory r/aa handed over to them, oubject only to tho nuzer ainty of Great Britain. Tho policy of England towards the 1'ranavaal has been ono of patiouco, forboarance'and friendli noan, yet tho pugnacious little...
FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER VI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
[?] f |§;JBIARC}U1EPTE'§ USEHTiCIS. P^Si0i'^'i'0-'^--:' By Mes. Gkoeoie Sheldon. W^nWW4'-'l '- CHAPTER VI. (Continued). |. ' It almoot scomod aa if somo mngnetio -??'.force apod from him to her aa bo looked, V-foV, at that instant, oho lifted her oyos ? and encountered bio glanco. ?'';???.'? A. wondesful chuniro ocourred to thorn. v The oad, pathetio look died out of 'them ; the pupils ooamed io narrow and .' contract until tboy appeared liko tv7o noints of flamo — liko tho vonomouo gleam m tno oyoh oi; a corpout aooui co npring npon ito pioy. Yet not a muoolo of tho beautiful, : atatueoquo feco moved or changed ito i ?'?? axpreooioDj nor did obo pauco for an in atont in her oonvoraation, or looo on ???.' atom o£ her oelf-poccoaoioE. i' :. But Nool- 8outhT7ortb Tolt co i£ ho : had ouddenly fallon undor tbo influonce of somo weird opoll, and, V7ith an oiioit, -', ho turned CT7ay from tho Btsr.dy gazo.a ? creeping oonoo of hoiTor thrilling every :. aervo in hio tody. y' . ♦ Como» dear...
Fun and Fancy MISPLACED CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Fan and Fancy MISPLACED CONFIDENCE. The saddest instance of misplaced confidence on record is that of a man who resoued another from a watery grave only to find that inBtead of his long-lost brother it was a person to whom he owed a £5 note. AN ORIGINAL NOTICE. The following original notico was dis \ covered tacked on a rural church door : — - 1 ' Notice, — Thero will bo preaching in this, house, Providonco- permitting, on , Sunday ; 'and' thoro will bo preaching hero, whether or no, on tho Monday fol ?„.;?:???. lowing, upon tho uubject: 'Ho that be ':;''.. lievoth and ia * baptised shall bo oaved, '.*'.?-.' \. ] , and ho thut . belioveth not ohall he ; ? damned at precisely half-past thrtie ; . . o'clock in tho aftornoon.' ' :; . : '. ? fair warning. .,. ? v Son .(enthu.^iiisticaUv) : ' Yeo, father, ; I have fully mudo up my mind to adopt ' . ' ?'? muaio as a caroor. I feel that it in the '?'..,?? only one in which my soul cr-u find ita '.,', ;'?'.. full expaiibion.' ;.,; ' '?''..,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Co CO'MM^'^y IIOESE-SHOEIl; ^&^ ': ??'??.?;' and ?.??'': ????':.V ?';' ?' V :' STILL KEEPS THE LEAD, ^jg . TTN raturaing thanks to _j^t8^\ ' ii- his many Cuotomera S^P^^P ?. .and. tho general pnblio for i^ ^tf\ *k° P23' 15 years, doairoa ''' ' -?,-kf ' fco Btato that he has pur ehaeed a largo stock of r;i '? Ironmongery, also Buggy i ';? P0I03 and Shafto. In fact, j '''.?. everything connected with ',. - the trado kept in Gtoct. : ? ALL WORK GUAEAN' TEED' and done on the Shortest Notica end at Cheapest Baton. .No Bfiya employed, co that yon can depend on yonr horsaii l.oing well and carefully Dhofl. THE €€-ffilEMl-CIAL ffiGTEL,; &EJLEG&TE* William Kaffeer ; BKSlELls to return thanks to the resi dun s of Delegate and surrounding A cG.ict for the liberal support accorded him sin ?- opaniug in buBineaB here, and remindD ' ? iKu.. a and others that the Hotel will bo .i -nd it really, nr'a't-olaas 'one, having ©very .?wHuiencQ lor the accommodation ofcua . t/r,'.-...
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Mail Time Table. The following i» tho mjiil time table ob served at the lucal oilice : — Mails lonvo Dolegato . ovory Monday, Thuiridiiy and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Orai^if1. Nicholson's and JJombala, roi.ca in»r lattor place at 7 p.m. Le'ivo B.jinbals. at !i a.m. on Sundays, Wtdnendayo and Fri nyo, arrivintr at Dologuto, via Nickolaou'u and Craig. e at 10.30 a.m. . Leave Delegatn ovory Sunday, Wed- 'V- nesdoy and Friday for Corrowong at 11 (l.m.. arrivini' ;it l.:4O n.m Leavo Currowong at 10 a.m. on Mon- ? :. ?days, Thurodii) a and Saturdays, arriving at Delegate at 1 p.m. Leave Delegate every Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. for Tombonir, arriving at Delegate on rofcurn ovory '? Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p.m. Leave Delegate at 1 1.30 a.m. on Sun day and 0.30 cm. on Thursday, reaching Bendoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Bonang (Vic.) at 4.80 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thursday, and Orboot (Vic.) at G-p.m. on Monday and 0.30 p.m. on Friday. Leave Orbost, via Bonan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
? — , - ' '. aiBd ' ' BORDER POST. « y 1 /?'' ? r I PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. and Circulating in DraioATE, Cbaiojb, BoMBAtA, ConnowoNO, Tombono, Delegate River, WOLLONDIBBV, BENDOC and BONANQ ( VlC.) PliOWRIGHT AND DAWSON, PROPRIETORS. 1 .} ..'''? ... 1 THE POLICY IS PURELY. DEMOCRATIC. THE ABGUS Will bo thoroughly Beptesentadve of tho District — Clean, NawBy, and Interesting. ? . 1 ?? - 1 ? ?'.''??.?:.. Terms of Subscription : 4a PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. : \ ; 5a n ' If BOOKED. 7a 6d per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. ?10i',, ,; „' if BOOKED. 1 . REMiTTANCES IN POSTAL. NOTE OR P.O. ORDER ii'. Bates- of Advertising: ? SINGLE COLUMN ^ADVERTISEMENTS, FIR8T INCH, , THREE. SHILLINGS ; EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO SHILLINGS. ; ..DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCH, THREE SHILLINGS. v ?? r Special Bates for Standing Advts. BUSINESS MEN -ARE REQUESTED TO ..TRY THE «* ARGUS 'AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Judicious Advertising Payo. Just -rzatch...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
-? News and Notes. Perth has a new morning paper. Mr, Reid^rffl^getrhla'title on the1 24th Hay or never. ' A, Sydney' p'resBmen' goes to England fy- wed a Gaiety GaV ^mpkera who once try the' new Yankee Boodle take it before any 'other. — Advt. VjctorSan Chinese are going in for bacon and ham curing. ;;Lord Braagay bring* 'his wifo, hia yaoht, and' his bicycle! to Sydney next taionth; ? ,., 'The wise. men. came ffooi the East,' and secured the gold leases in Westrnlia. '?; The Sydnoy art gallery was visited by . 226,065 persona during lest year. Tanltco Doodlo ib puro blonded Vir ginian.— Advt. .. The Colon ial O£Gc3 in London io now open day and n:ght» It will not cloao ;,. till the war scare io over. ' There io ccarcaly a breath o£ politics now, but the ntmosphero is scorching sono tho loco. The Sultan of Turkey muat wildly ro joico over Britain's troublo in tho TranB vaal. Voteran Pnrkes ie highly chagrined he was not offered tho poet laureateahip. Freetraders should now be happy...
THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
THE CANADIAN GOVTCPIVMTOTT -- -- A political crisis has occurred in Canada. The friends of Sir J. Mackenzie Bow ell, the Premier, recently suggested to him that he should resign. He declined to accept this suggestion, which waa made in tho form of a friondly proposal. In consequence of the Premier's refusal j to retire soven members of his Ministry have resigned. It is probable that Sir diaries Tupper, nign oomimasionor for Canada in Lon don, will succeed Sir J. Mackonzio Bowell as Premier. Lator news states that the Earl of Aberdeen, the Governor-General of Cana da, refused to uccept the resignation of Sii Mackenzie Bowell. the Premier. Sir Mackonzie Bowell proposes to re arrange the Ministry.
Another Tall Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
* Another. , 1WI Yarn. As snake storisa appettt to to now fashionable and oertainly apropos daring tho present soa Boa (sajTB a vriterm the Mowabo liaacusT) ^ I trust you will penaifc me to add one to your1 faaoinatinR eorieB; I do not pretend to any originality to my snake yarn, aa it wm fcbld to mo by on old digger who rejoioed in tno cog nomen of 'Poter the Spaniard;' Potor.wM. foaaioking in on old fmlly on Baok Crook, and was olono vhon ono day a haxd-np diggor ?' ' . ' , humping a drum drow up in fcoat o£ tho ' ' .s Spaniard'o toat, and throT7ing down hin load, enquired if thoro \7ao c, handy pfcao to eamp. Hio T7ifo, ho onid, uao juat bohind, ond quite knookedup. Potyr'o oympathica noro practi cal. Ho fjavo tho cSrsngor a bito and o drink '. of few, und thon holpcd him to erect hio tonfc - Bgainat tsn old chimnuy — tho rcmaino o?a houco that lied in tlio goad doyn formad part - ' : . of a small toi7nEhip By ovoning tho poor . :! wife V7O0 inotallod m hor nov7 lo~otion. . ; , '...
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Items of Sport, ' A uaincr'a right— to back hiti fancy. Quiver ia by Trenton. — Tremulous. Carbine's daughter Pironette won tho Nursery Handicap at llandwick. Wally Kerr won three cycling events in Now Zealand, 1 * Tronton fired two winners at Tatt'e I r meeting. Quiver and T'io Meddler. ? f Thoro are 47 weolilj newajjapprsin th» I ^ r United States dovoted %outiroly to cyclirg. 1 '* Fortunctus hna ntnrted hio racing ? 1 career in India by ruining r.econd in the 1 -. Trial Stakes and tho Viceroy'u Cup. IS I Maheo vraa unablo to imitato Blarney s' ^ etono's performance of last yenr, to win I * ?» /- the two Cups, Sumtnor and Tatt'o. ? t,,A . - ? ^j4 NoblemtiH and Patroncau -were tho moBt 1 Wv** handeomo aniraalG seen out atRandwiok. ?'?- ?'jf Acmenc, tho brilliant little daughter ? ?J of Martini-Henri — Acmo, io only about ? jj 4 14.2 high. Sho only Io3t Tatt'a Cup by a m& « BOBC. iBC 'j* Niapara wao represanted by two off Bi| springs at tbo recent Randwick meeting. 1 HHI Bot...
Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
Fitful Notes. [By Oupheus,] | - ' Item :— ' A young lady wishes to corres 'pond with educated Chinaman in com mercial position with a view to matri mony. Addrose, etc.' This item ia from an- advt. in the 'Daily Telegraph.' It cannot escape j notice. Now tho question arises, ' Why does the young lady require a Chinese huaband ?' Tho answer is not difficult to find, a3 experience ehows that tho heathen ia invariably land to a European ' wife. The white hobby, on the other hand, is not always kind. Ho frequently n enforces his nentiments on his better half by giving her two black eyes, or cracldng her head. I havo never heard of any one case ia which a Chink bo forcibly drovo home his love, although j '' among their own men, that is when a crowd of Chinamen get together, their dreda are frequently gory, and a etray ?ixe or eaw is very handy in letting the other fellow know who's who. ?* ..*?,?*?? , i ' See-saw, Marjory Daw, , £-om aer baa, and lay upon Btraw, Because eho quarralled and...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896
/ General News. The Land Tax Respite. — It is one tiring to paaa a Land Tax and anothor thing to gathor in tho money Mr. Roid has just made this discovery. Ilio ori ginal intention wos to call in tho lirat half-years land tux in January, but ho now finds that tho work of assessment, valuation and allotment will not bo completed in time (o replenish tho Trea sury with that exposition which ho hoped. It has beon arranged that (he ilvtt half-year's duos and tho rate for tho socond half-year will ho gathered in August next. It is an anticipatory tax ; that ia, it io gathored at oneo and doea not wait to accrue. So landowners will havo a rcapito for eight months, for which thoy need not thank the Premier but the formalities o£ tho new order oil rovenuo raising. Landowners will no doubt be gratified to hear that several firms havo cropped up during tho week in Sydney -which are prepared, for a fee, to assess for them the exact amouut of . ; thoir half-yearly liability to tho State. ? . ? ...