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COULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29TH. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss and C. S. Alexander. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. .. . WEDNESDAY, JUNK 29TIX. . Bufore Messrs/ H. H, Vosa and 0. S. ' : ' " .andor! 'DKTINK AND. 'DISQIlDEnLY. ? William Muson, junior, WHS charged witln I boin(i drunk' and 'disorderly. < , v ; j Ploo, not guilty. .. u " - . ; |.':'"Gonstablo Mnrsbnll,deposed: Botweon 10; and 11 o'clock yeatorday.llio 'prisoner came! ipto the court house and made a disturbance ;; he was drunk and I locked him up. It.'was'ishown' rthat::, prisoner; had- boon, frwjunntly before the court iand imprisoned: for similar offences. > Oouviotod. and fined .40/- .or s7. days in gaol. ../;> i^n: Henry Burgess wa9 charged as above.( ..t -Ploa^guiltyf- ned'-5/.-^- , . - ? .<i.h [M'r o Horsburgh1 took 'his seat on- the beach.]' ' DRUNK. ^ f 'Margnret Berwick-was charged with being drunk,;> BIigi,was - also1'charged '.with/,1'having ,made uso'of profarfb language.T Plea, guilty. : ' '' \ ' ^Prisoner, was fined 10/-.or 3 days' in;gaol for the first offence, and ?...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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"Tis True,'tis Pity; Pity 'tis,'tis True." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

"!Tis True, 'tis Pity; Piiy 'tis, 'tis True." ' Mnny of our readers will recollect Mr., H. I. West, who was for . some years'man ager of.the 'Australian Joinf 8tock Bank, in ? Goulburn. While hero,' by uis gentlemanly. .and, courteous ^demoiiapuiV lid igainedv lho: rospoct 'of all; who knew, him,., nud' it will therefore, be; with, feelings of;rogret itlmt,, the; .tallo.\Ying'pnrngraT>h- (which , we clip ;.'froin', a| oountry-coi)tomporaryj'and which refers to the! gentleman named) wjll-;bo,read ;:,-''-A man i .named ,Wiesi, ,w,lio.has twice.been before^ the be'ncli during the. last week,j-was, (charged i with, vagrancy on Sutnrday''last. 'Somo yoar's'ago - W'ost-was-manager of a' bank-; in the Goulburn district."-/,,, In : J Wi' o

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An Official " Dad" Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

An Official " Dad." Wanted. A.oaso of great hardship (says the Forbes Times) lay nt' the stepping-atone lb' a -wed^ ding.rwhich, was to have come;off on- Wed nesday'laBt. 'A very youngs and inter* ostiug-looking couple (the bride. elect api parently just about'bidding good bye to her ?/teens) presented' themselves'to a clergy man with the expressed avowal that they had come to be made happy, in- being > made '^ono.'/.' -Of .1 course the rev. gentleman ' put the inquiry,Who consents?" as being necessary in the caso of the lady, who ' was just '-under,, ngo. -'f Have- your a t, father-?'' "No." '""Have you a mother?"' "No, sir.'"' "iNb relatives'at all " Not due in ... the' world', sir,"...,They, could not bel married- without' the consent of a third party,' and in tho cose of- minors and orphans w paternal ' Government usually appoints'some ood 'lor that purpose. Unfortunately Forbes is not possessed of a duly appointed: dour old *dadi to -give-'its orphan children! away ,in .matr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Appointment of Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

Appointment'' of Teachsrs.>? The following,- appointments- hnvb ,been mado'in1 tho'dopartmont of Publio ' Iiiatruc tiori:- Mr. Malthow i JDuhigg, i 'Wfig^a Wagga ; jMi'f jRobbr.tMcEQuziu,..'Taralga;; Mr. Julan , McDonnell,^Tuouar; i Mr. John Lumsdon, 'Souih Goulburo-Mr. William Holland,.Youijgj Miss! ^Margaret Thomson, Bombowlee ; Miss Lizzio;Orowe, Clarendon'; MivPoter Walltico, Braiclwood ; Mits Mar garofc'! llyan, Burrowa| .Mies"' Jessie Plu tu rner, Adolonij;'Miss l^tha-Loomes;" Bo w ning; Mi'.sThomas Ayling,' Goulburn; Miss Lizzio Bakoiy Oooma. ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Railway Employes. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

:' Railway Employes! "1 We (Wagga Advertiser), mentioned the fact some few weeks o,go.i that efforts were being; made to extend the eight-hour system to the men engaged upon. the . permanent way;on the railway line/ " We-now; learn that thb'iRailway 'Department is willing to consent to the reduction in the number of hours, providing the 'men are willing to ac cept a reduction of'1/- per diein' in'tbeir wages,,: This the men decline, maintaining that'-the"'wages ore quite little enough for the work performed by them; / / > i

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

MASS WILL UP. CEl/B 11/(4 TED AT GOUR.NNDN DISTRICT. jJuly 3-(jrwbben Guljen Spring Vulloy,, Broad t .' albano, ? I;.- ?* :? ?? ?'! ? ? «|0/>-Toralge, Lsforiian, Mummoll. ; Confirmation' nt Sts. Peto'r anil Paul's'Calbodrnl, (Joulburn, Sunday. Slut July, YASS MISSION. ' Pianlong, Sunday, July 3 Gunning, Sunday, July 10. , 1 .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

STOCKTAKING 0 IN General Drapery, Clothing*, etc. BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. . -For Fourteen Days Only ! BILEV BROTHKBl>l HAYING a very LARGE STOCK of NEW WINTER GOODS, have determined to make sucli REDUCTIONS in. all DEPARTMENTS as will ensure a SPEE DY CLEARANCE previous to est -* Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing', Blankets, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Fancy Dresses, Winceys, &c., &c. At Xess tfltait MalMPrlce! . A LOT QE REMNANTS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST! {Blankets 3s lid} ikshjEtt {Blankets 4s lid} ®r©tliers . [Blankets 5s lid] GOUIBIKHJ (Blankets 6s lid} Double SBesl Blankets 8s. 11*1. to S CS-ulmcag. £ Boys' Overcoats, 3s lid j c Men's Overcoats 8s 6d 3 i Men's OvArc^ats, 8s 6d } Mesa's Tweed Vrouscrs su&d ^ests to match, 8s lid RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Colored Mole Trousers, 3/11 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's Tweed Trousers, 5/11-worth 8/11 RILEY BROTHERS' M en's Tweed Trousers aud Vests, 8/11-worth 14/6 RILEY BROTHERS' Men's do do, h...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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STOOK AND SHAEE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

STOOK' £ND SHAEE:BEPOEr.. ^ j Only a limited humb'aVjoX' transactions were reported in the stock and share market to-day^rjTii;:bank8; AvJrSKbrouglit I7f, and , offdrfad^b'uy^rsm1;7£ ; Oity'p .wanted at,133,i ? ol^tk'm'ablo atlS^Gommorcial's, 110i'offerod,> i H>3 asked, < new . issuo in demand, at 103 ; ' Mercantile quotations, buj'ore Gg, sellers 6§-; \N. S. Wales quitfcod at fiftj with buyers at je^me^iaoJlM's:afc"G0 New .Zenlands-, worth; ^3^ 'to ^fj'I^ew"Zealand; register <? realised " 23j and have iS8l,lbfs-fat;'saaio; buyers-offer' . j&g/i28'j j OriBDttilsrrotiinih \ att!I24"''tb^26 : QtieonaWd Nationals 9, to !9&; Unions,'66 to 67. Steam,'AlS.N.'SjWerd offored'at 22,. ?wiYli^buy orfl'at'214'r plnrapco find Richmond : "^toottttions to1 *5^profo'rentj'ftls'dbtainntilo at 13-.jr; Hunter River, buyers 10§, sellers l.^^^Noi'th^Shpro^^eriiy^vrstr.onger, buyers dV24s, sellers aalc'Ms 9tl ;/.-Newcastle Steam ? worth 19s 3d to' 20s; Illawarr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

:c : ; COMMEKOIA.L. SYDNUY, Tuesday. Farm Produce,'-On tho Mharves to-day 1 prime green lucomo is Boiling at £3 5a to | £3 lOs';, medium samples, £2 10s to£2 15s i per ton.1 :The market is well stocked with ! bay and business rather dull. Maize soiling at 3s jiioats, seed, 2a 3d to 2s Gd ; feed, 2s Gd i to 2s 9<lpor bushel; .Warmambool potatoes, j £4 5s New Zealand do, £4; Circular Head-1 » C>£4 JlSpitW; .psr'ton. iriyictorian onions ?jd£i^ |0s ; do cliaff, £5-to £5 5s per too, bags includedbutter in k'og,' 9d to Is 3d ; eggs, Is 3d to Is 4d per dozen ; baoou, 4d to Gd ; olieese 4d to j8d"; ham Gd to 9d'; boney 3£d to 4£d ; lard | fid ; beeswax, 9d to ,ftTOtl:;:piillot;brooms l(b' per dozen.' ' Fat Gal tie Market.-At, the, Homobush sale's foi\ fat stock there was a fair quantity , of gbod jbtoa&ls. Tho best' averaged £4,17s, 5d second quality, £4 5s and upwards; jsinfpriprifrom £3'<5s'5d jio'ow'sin proportion ; . tho prices being equiyalent to 13s Gd...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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V A L E R I E A Y L M E R. BY THE AUTHOR OF MORTON HOUSE. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.—WHO LAUGHED LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

rra » iCU^nxw-«W0«"PW-M YA.LBRIE AYLMp, BY THE AUTHOR OF MOBTOK HODBB, . BOOK V. CJHAPXBH YI.-W;ro LAUGIIIJD LAST? '"Tiis, there is Lucion, I bavn some bops in him," Baid tho ungrateful Eugene. " I nm glad you have come. I can lonvo Valerie with you; and go afttr ber myself,M " Go after hor yourself,".Nottft repeated, bII aghast. "5' Oh,'Eugene,' don't be BO rnshj You will bo Jtillpjl aa .surely as you do just loolcat' tlid stbVm!" 11 - "I am .going'," repea'ed Eugene, as if $h)$ Was all there was to be Baid, He went * for Valerie, aind brought her close to them, and then lie buttoned up liis coat, pulled down his haly and set forth. " I hope you won't .get.linocked' over by a falling tree," ssid tho general, philosophically ; and they all shrugged their shoulders fis tbo head strong fellbw'viinirthed from sight, leaping with liiB quick,' agile strid aover the torrents "/th'aliWere rusbingiand roaring around. Meanwhile Oharliey and . Alix had been '!ibubh' less slow' in'discovering ...

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Sticking-up of the Oberon Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

1.i s/,l'"1j£t <**V, ./ **T$V !$?i"55s. u-Stiokinff-up' of the Oberon Mail: *? i:j*rlQ^.!roB;ord^to;;the:.'all8godjrStiok!ng7U|i4ofi. 1 tho Ob^ron^nH-ooaoh^ on- !3aturdHy£a t;I)ig i iEoo]£9^t|i0^tai^m'on£,nrado "to the ^oliooiby*] ;-the'?inftilinttn)':"J MV^sWe'st j .v-is^to!>.iho\^^iFe'ot'>! that 'aashoj' was driving /ipast'-^lie ^ IooJi|ity ifinmQrt^Vmnn^oov&rod^fro'm'^hoafltfb^ioit, .ylth;bHga:\vitU'»hble8Tdut)for<ith'o^bye8^oi\llodj . upon^hlin't^doliver.^up'ltho" mailrbng.^'lOTlio^ ,rql).bBr^a|_arm0dv,\vi(jU^ mailmap.!at^onoo.obpyod'lho'rQquo9^nlude/to7 Hiiii j '\Th8^ polloo v,b(*ing^inform§d^6f^thG mQtlpr,rthey:8tai todtiD^oompnny^ofithoj'W^il-! moo o -p oi n t edt out \ tn; t b e mjt lie 4 <" ".»" nlymnrnwrtf $ folio wo' m^pjadelth Ihree cheques/ for small amounts, ' The traeksiof. a . horse wore* then tniien 'up at>d fallowed for five miles in the direction of Tarano, hut they were lost on the road. West ko^'ps a public house...

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

j . Wanted AN ELDERLY WOMAN as HOUSEKEEPER to Widower «»() family of young Children on ; u Molt'Ciinii about 20 toiles fi-iu Uoiilbu.n. Apply ' (with tefeienuisj by letter to WILLIAM PRICE, Gullen. T Wanted iO KENT or PUROUAtSK, a HOUSE, conveni ently situated, and eontnintDg 7 01 6 rouws. Apply MESSBS. IUL1SV BROTHERS, Auburn-street. Wanted A COMPETENT WARDtiMAN, who will sleo tiiiliu liiuiself generally useful. References required, Apply SUPERINTENDENT, Uoul burn Hospital. . ' Ranted An INTELLIQliNTrXuU 1'U (about 16), who can read umi write well. Apply by letter, addressed-" Alpha," Southern Daily Argus Office, Market-street,'Uoulburn. A' Wanted T tho Imperial Hotel, a COMPETENT GROOM. ' Wanted KNOWN that frlhn £5 to £1000 may be obtaiood on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Australian Auction Mart, Auburu-st. Siost, IN Bourke-street, ou Tuerday uighfc, bativoon the Recreation Ground and tho Outholio Cathedral, u SILVER BRACELET. Thefinderjwill bo WloLL UKWAKUEL) on...

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Serious Quarrel. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

Serious Quarrel. '^i I. >What'iapj)oarsl.to;r bavb .tfeen-fc ohiI'dre'n?s ^ulai'ril«ha8>1bo,en«'attended<whb^vopy-,B,bVerb! bonsequoncos. ,t-,< Two^JHU^bbys.^nained'j; 1^1 exiVrJrtor'As^Jrey1 hn^ ^il 1 iam^MasonV^a^od-' rfeSpfeetivbly 8; an<119: years," ha'djajnisupder,|: ptjindjng iniDjuitl-atreot,;.Syd'n%,';Avlibni-iti is ' nllogod," Mason.Tpioltedjup'arpieoo^o^j road inotal ?an*d struokj thel> otbor j\vitli h't .two or ^hPoe:titnes.,^^sproyyv^«v8aiaoH with|conrt vjiUionsfjand^1 on,;,being ^talcen^tb-tlfOjiln-' ..firmnfy-'|,t!!'vwM:/6niid:.:tbat''ho<was'-8ufferiag.' fiom injuries^f^tho^spinQt \ ",'v,, \\ V>Jl '

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

? ^y'ApnAnrjHi.'Dia.aovunYii'on Tnn tHArti;-If your. hjAfniai turning/ groyt orltibitei or' fallib'gi off, 'ua#1 "Tho Moxtoan HairRbnowar,"forft'm'll j>o'siti»ely: restore m every case Grey or White hair tp its original colour, ^ithout loaving^tlm, ditagro/gabloramall ol; aftfitV' Restorers." '"It'maUes^tb'o hair charmingly benutiful, as wolljas jpromothig tho. growth of tho , hair on bo'13 opoti, wli'sro' tlio . glanda uro not decoyod. Aslc.iyoun Ohomtati'fof"" TUB Mexioah Haib RBNDWHB,'!'BoId by tOhouiisl8 ntidParfumors ovory wh'e^e a£iSs.'ddrj.Dor.^Boltle. "Wliolosnlo depot romoved|to,33 Faringdoo Hoadi London, : THROAT A^FBoWoSB^nV jkoABSBNBSB.-All fitlf. , faring from.irritation!of tho'.throat and homWnosi' vrill bo agroonblj surprised at tho almost immedidto' rolipftafforded by :tho fuse-of .V Brown's "'Brohdhial1 1 TrpoboBi,<'lt/rhoBo:fatnou8.,VlozongoB" are now aold- - by/imoBt :rospaotabIo oliomlBtsiin>>thfsf oountry'at I . la~l'4df pM/box<snB...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Price of Gas. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

? The Price of Gas. , . The propriotor. of tli'o Batburst Gas Works hns 'mmoiuicod that tha . 'price of gas lias boon roduoud" from 13/9 .,to ''M/3_"-.p0r ' 1000 foot, and '.further that a", discount of.. 10, por 'cont.' will .-boi..allowed*' to. casli/' oustomers. Tho peoplo.of Gpulburri;qiay:.vorj'.reaHonBbly hope I hat the gns company hero will'imnke lh» oharg,o sr)methiDfif loss : than'it; now is; nauQoly, 15/- por "1000 'foot, whicli is;3/9 in exooss of t thnt oharged^nt BiUburst, a', diffo rouVe'tliatriliq^disbropHnoy in tho.-lriido/ if any suchioxists^doos not eortniuly oall for.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Land Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

The Land Fund. " ' 'The Pastoral Times says -"Wo fully aproe tliut nO) better uso;could bo found for a portion of the^land fund than its application to the improvement of the localities'from which it has boon'drawn. But tho' proper proportion having been once paid over, thore is,an;ond ' to tho business. Sydney having raceived its eliaro should hencefor ward 'be compelled to;,'rely on its own re-! ? sources.;', It cannot be too clearly understood that itn'sonlyout of the land fund'that as-: sistancecnnbo'propi'rly'grantod to municipal bodies. This is a'point whioh is too often for gotten, but which, in common fairness to tho working classes! shouldv-bo .borne in tnind.i i To talce money out of the general re-| .venuo.- to relievo - ratepayers from., thnj i neoesBity of(; putting: their hands in thoiri own poolcols is, to some extent, to benofitj the propertied -rich" .at the. ' expense ofj !,the;\unpropertied ;.poor.:>vlt "may:; bo tsaid? that,tho. same' injustice : is, . perpetr...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Impudent Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

I f.;> in m :i .ilmpudenti-Theffc." > ./l'.m ? i On Tuesday, last a lollow^namofl Jaiikins1 iia ./'tile'1 most'('.faced j.manqef,. ,po^siblov took possession of a Miorse, saddle,u'tbridlew 'and.'I riwparcel j'oFOmo'at-'?belohping,"]tdBMr.: 'George) Taylor, and was abpiit; making' tracks [witlr bis booty, rwboh. Jog1hotter, wbojlrnowj |tbo;horsG,;i stopped^ hinviiiand'i olaimedsS the horse as ??Taylor's.;;Jenkins;.:not' a b(itVdis-* 'comfite'dS'calmly replied] that j he.} kn e w;Jlt h e; horse' \vas\'ti',:<.''shoo!c^'on6,,^.jiWd»jlja:W.bu).d-. 'fri^e.it up.tbutitbe swag1 twas*his.' Potter allowed aim .to.. ;retn0ve. - the. -'swng ?frotn' [ray'loris'fioPB^to^th^-bnpl^U'p^JbnktnsJ'^os!. ridi tip,'.I an d( e'nV'100k'^'p0sVession"0f j'tK 0 ? horse;.?,f IdMmyiriffr b'oen 'subVeqiiently-Jasoer 'tainedathat'iborsoimnd'BwagnverG-' Taylor's;; ir«nkins»was!,;arro8tetf!i';M'e<a;^ro,uto-|,,.,''io^his;' reputed.abodd^Oow'ra'Freo'Prossl,,'1-!' 'XV'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

..Sudden/Deaths f\? Wo (WfifrgaiExpress) learn.that the death of'Mr. Willmnr MIEntyre; which was >,re contly roportedjMooourrGd v very suddenly. Ic'appoars tlmt on the; evening of -the"l'lch inst;, while ;. travel Imp- ^between Ool)arv>fand Bo'urke/ with his dau^hterjau'd son-in-law^ ho was taken ill/sitting,at the camp-fire. Ho leant baokii inf hisidaughterfsj; arins^ ancf expired almost ^immediately;: havin^Vijust i previously? expressed,alwish to;soe his^son. jThe.body.'.of tho'^dooBasod.'rgontloman'- was joonvoyedrto jihot residence /of-'his, son;^,Mr]> ilohn. >M'Eutyr.ej?iuwheneo^it!.was taken 'to iBourke,. where the remajnd;';were interred' jon'the 13th ipstJ "111' '*' |, 7 (

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

IXUi ft^ -(I-'tyT1^-"' i PC3 i'-V ',,.'! !h P.®1 ' i "i: i j/< -"w i .That<-thocqueBtion»:ofcwrigbarkiog*.ie.4ono'l ,wbioh is boundrt^^ltoutjboihV'iWays^iwas^GV;!^! denf'to' most . people, .'and; the i Border PoBtJ lina-no.w.ijtojrooordinn'instancoiofjtho/.phtasiaAi not yet so familiar;to tba publioff/Jt oppenvs ! that a Bolootor. on Mr.-Wnkley's' run, Etuu i Plains, near Urari'oj wliad^runp.abist pro-; I ornptivo lopso.5l/i Mrr^ftkply/hasj,;aelootod a portion of/tbat'lpasoj^and tlio BolebtdrUB now: suing him forVl2/6 an; aoro' improycmontSi Thp, result, of tho notion:;w^ll.:bo:aw;aited withi oonaiderable'intereat.|

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

??? { 1 ?' Small-Pox.'' " Thore is nothing'now roportod from the quarantine* [station.! m ;?No vnavvh onsiis'jliave broken out, all th^patienta^aro prograsBing i satisfactorily.^ . Oa. Tuesday* morning.. Dr.. Hods'oV. w(»s;/iDfor.tnQ'd.h th.'ut's u/.'dliilcl 'of >a ! blQol£smitb,i;namefi jBenjamiii/i'Humpliries, iro'sidiog : in,. Little .vBelmore-atrceti' / Surry." ! Hills, was suffering fromnat diseti'soi which1 iwaa 8upposed>to bp'smull-poxi yThej'disBaso |bad. not suffioiently...developed,:liowever, to lonable the.dpcjorito B'ate positlyely whether 'it.was .smolTrpoxi or,isomer,other, ,oompaliut. |Tlio aatter^lias beeniroported .to.iDr.'Alleyne^i who, as? a'precautionary; meiisuroj'dirooted^ ! thai t'Hum phi io3,Thouso;should';bb'iisolated,'' 'arid'QccordiDgly'aj.constnbl'oVi^ai.iplacbdiiin-. iohargo.of.it',.-x Besi&e^-Humphrioa^hia'wife iand; six .obildron', .ocoupy; the.' house: v >Tho (business of a)grepngrocor'was..carrie'd'on' by |Mrs.!.riuniphrio8'in'asbcip...

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