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ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

ATHLETIC CLUB. J . The aports in connection with tho above ''.y club oventnato on Monday next, and' from '? ?;'-) all. appearances should prove a greu,t euc-. ; - cess. At: tht- sale of privileges on Mon-. ,?}£ day tho Right of TattorsaHs wa'a'piir- _', o,, chased by Mr. J. Cootoof the Royal Ilot'el' f ????? for £5 2s 6d. . Tho gates vill be di8p'-J8ed ' .fe of bv tondec, tenders closing to-morrow':' '.-;-. evGuing. For tho Shoffield Handicap, tho ., .i.-.V principal event of the day, goodentoea ... havo been received, and the inclusiorrof-' ' V: Meaara. 'M'Garrigal, Manns, and other- :.»| Rood performers -should prove an addi- T.'. '????; tional attraction. ? A ball with'rofrosn-'', :;;.: monts will bo held in the ovonirig'in ' '':^ thoso preraiso3 recently occupied L.byV Mr.' ;';.'.?' i Booth, the catering for -which haa been''' ' '';'-' entrusted to Mr.. Coote. Tho first rttco':;i.';^ will' ota'rfc at 1 o'clock, and the charge ifor ',',:. '?} admission to the.;ground being only t...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Government Works and new Arrivals. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

? ? ?. A5?i¥al§. ? ? . ? ? ? . .. t We have more than enough to'do to find_work for our own people,' remarked l I the Premier the other day/ This obsei vation arose out of an official disclosure that people are coming to this colony from other parts of Australasia at tho rate of 100 a week. It is useless for men .' to aet sail for. Sydney in the expectation ' that they will havo,at least, the chance ' of employmont at tho ,fW»r,™ni t^..,. fho Government intenda' to close the works to any but those who are already registered on its. books. Even aa to these - men, the Government is resolved to send ' , f them off M aome other j « ,^ the nature of forest thinning or of tn' \ work such as that at the Lockaloy devia tion, ihe .Premier desires -this' to be S taken as a warning by' people ? in tho -l\ other colonies, that if they arrive heie in V- \ * Pate in.- Government employment- they J haw been mistaken.— TtLEGitAPir.' A *-'

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

'? CRICKET. . : ? ' ?- y Ckicket in Delegate lias beon somewhat '.' ' of a dead letter of. late, but an attempt' is now being ' made to awuken the ? old- ' ??'? ' time interest in the game, and twosuc- ' coasful practices hayo been hold during .?' the paBt week. As matches v/ith- ?' Oux* '. Eoyo,' (of Bombala), Tombong : and Delegate River clubs aro events of.- tho near future, our men would do well to ????', havo all 'the practice- thoy can get. ? The' r next practice will tako place on Saturday.

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Cooma Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

€ooni& Athletic Club. ? Fon tho sports in connection with tho abovo club good entries havo been re ceived. ? Starts have been allotted in the Opening Handicap of £4, Club Handicap of £20, Members' Handicap, and two cycling events. Below are the Btarta for tho Club Handicap : — yds J. il'Garrifjal, Bombala ' ... ... 2 L. Prontioo, Newcastle ... ... 7 C. Itobortcon, Pambnla ... ... 11 S. H. Nolan, Wallendibby ... \.. 13 N. H. Gibbs, Qaeanboyan ... ? . ... 15 J. Clui»aton, Dry Plain ... ' ... 1G B. Y. Eyrio, Cooma ' ... . ' . ... 16 D. McDonald, Nimitybelle ;.. ?':'.'..'? 17 W. Harvey, Umaralla ' ... ... 17 F. W. Lowis, Cowta Creek ..... '?'. ? ... ? 17 E. Bunn, Braidwood ... .... 17 S. Goodwin, Cooma ... ... 18 W. Ward, Fiery Creek ... '.-.. ?' 18. SI. Powor. Kosedale .... ' ... ? 18 T. Walfcor, Adaminaby ... . '. ... . 18 J. SIcCarron, Cooma ? ??»?'.? .„ ; 18 W. T. Sfihubaofc. Kybean ... \ - .'...' 18 J. J. IllcShune, Nimifcybelle . : .:,.; 18 G. Aloxander, Cooma ... . ?; ;.'...

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

Consultations. Tup, open dealing received by the public from Mr. Georgo Adams in running Tattersall'B Consultations has received ono morq fillip. At tho commencement of tho now year ' Georgo Adama' altered tho vonuo of tho sweeps to Hobart, Tas mania. Evidently, after a very careful chin chin with thoso on tho Little isle, it was aeen that everything could be carried on thore with ft legality which muat vox the Queensland revenue hunters. Natur ally an opposition of some kind was sure to ariflo, and within a weok tho Baptist Union had all tho tnonibeis oC that reli gious faction up in arms, nnd a petition was presented to Sir Ed. Braddon, point ing out the uttor ruin and demoralisation which must ensue if ' Tatton-iall ' woro allowed to continue. On Friday laat Sir Edward played hia hand and pointed out that Parliament had already legalised tho Van Dieman's Land Bank Lottery. Tho points of his roply ran aa follows :— No appreciable deterioration of public morals have onsued from tho...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

Uliitmg' Ttemsv -? ?? The Patnbula .' Voice' says :— The xnine» that closed for tho holidays aro inostly start.ing to work ogain. Falkner's havo been working right through and have almost completed both tramways from tho brace. The pump is working admir ably, and keops tho main ohai't quite dry. Splendid stono is bomg taken out of the winze, but it is very hard. Twonty mon are employed at tho mine. There is a good supply of water in tho dam, al though the long spell of dry weather has somowhat reduced it. In the Victory mine the sinking of the main shaft has been atopoed for thu present, and a plat is being cut out to start driving levela north and uoutb, Tho driving of a levol from tho bottom of tho winze has also been started, to connect with level from tho shaft. Un- -. fortunately foul 'air has boon vory troublesome during tho past week, but id is hoped that it will soon bo overcome/ ' Tho Parabula Tunnel, Hiddon Tron- i sure, Mount Lewi3son, and Falkner No U (Harrison's) start ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 16 January 1896

Justices' Decisions. — When will courts of petty sessions arrive at some degree of uniformity in the imposition of sen tences ? The disparity in tho punishment awarded for the same offence is con stantly cropping up. Somettnio6 the sen tonco iy ludicrously inadequato, nnd at other times its undue severity attracts general attention. A notablo incident occurred in one of tho suburbs of Mel bourne the other day, when a young fel low respectably attired, was charged bo fore the bench, with wantonly and violently assaulting a respectable citizen on tho streot, knocking him down and boating him while on the ground with a walking stick. The excuse advanced by thia modern Mohawk was that ho wa3 under the influence of drink at tho time from ' having taken too much brandy on his C'hriGtmaa pudding.' Instead of this frivolous statement being- taken ao it should havo been, iu aggravation, of the offence, it scorns ta havo called forth all their worships stock o£ sympathy, for thoy inflicted th...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

'.'?'\ ? and ;'? - BOKDEK POST, PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, , 4 and Circulating in ' Pelegate, Cbaioie, Bombala, Cokrowong, Tombono, Delegate Biveb, WOLLONDIBBY, BCKDOC and BONANG (Via) P1.OWBIGHT AND DAWSON, PROPRIETORS. , r ' — - N THE POLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC. THE AEGUS Will bo thoroughly Represtntativo of the DiBtriot — Clean, Newajr, and ' , Inteieetingw ' f- \ ? ? Terms of Subscription: 4s PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. ' . ' Cs „ MBOOKED. 7e 6d per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. , ' 10« „ j if BOOKED. - ' ' REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE OR P.O. ORDER Bates of Advertising : SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, THREE SHILLINGS; .. EACH SUCOEBDIIfG INCH, TWO SHILLINGS. DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCH, THREE 8HILLINGS. ^ (, I-/ - ' -? '. ' * ' . s *-\ A; '? - Special 'feates fprjStandingr Advts. BUSINESS MEN ARE REQUESTED TOV TRY THE « ARGUS' AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Judicious Advertising Payo. .Just watch tho caseora of the...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

News and Notes. ' , - ? rr~; — ] \ Seryico - will fee hold in tlia local Church of England at 7.30 on Sunday evening. . 'A 'nice ehow«r of rain fell early on Tuesday morning. A further fall would be mucjh appreciated. 1 ; i i * At Bombala -on Fsicbsty Mr. Albert Hydo'a child was scalded by the upset* ting of a tin of boiling water. Dr. Morri ' Held waa called in, bat notwithstanding every attention, tho injuries, proved fatal. , , Yankee Doodlo i» pure blended Vin , ' _ ginian. — Advt. . ; , ' i The heat in N.S.W. during tho past ? ,' , fortnight haa eclipsed dl records. 7 * ?' , . ,t ^\ ,,' « Our 'God-fearing Ministry' have a ' i ?, ' ' moat affectionate regard for tho gallows. P( ,V,'j ' The 88cond Triplo Alliance may be ti'}'iS, composed of England, France-, and - , r -' Russia, ' 'i'1 / ' [''* * ' ' Premier Reid -approves of Lord Salis (-,'/t ; , bury'o war policy, Thia is anaaty jar to 1 ' ' ' Gonnany. ' ' ' i ' '. '/ ' - It will be a race between N.S.W. and J , ' m Victoria aa...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

:}?{.?/ --'' ?' :Geiieralfffews.'' ?'?? : -'-; : : A Disappointment in Lovk. — A young man named Herbert Davis wan admitted iiitq.tfie.P.amunatta Disfict Hospital one evening lust week ouffdi-ing from a bullet wound in tho mouth. According to Davis's statomout, ho had bf-on disap pointed in a love affair, and hai taken to drink latoly. On , Monday evening ho wont to tho homo of tho lady in question, and on being coldly received by the father he placed a revolver in his mouth and fired it off. He said ho did not know what he was doinn- nf. tha timo. Dr. Foster, of Hornnby, was called, but he advised that tho young man be cent to the Parramatta Hospital, where* he was admitted and attended to. by Dr Bowman. The ball went .through the palate, and flattened out . agaiust the buck of the skull, just above the spinal bone. It is flattened ou* like a button, and cannot bo-shifted- The bullet is lodged in too dangerous a place to permit of an opear tion. The young man, who is only 22 years ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

'.; :Yaukeo Doodle Tobacco incroasod its yeai-ly sale over 100 ijercent.' Why '\vaa this ? You try it and soe. — Advt.

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West Australian Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

?West AwtesMkm (G©Mffleids. ' AtEsperance, the Water Supply De partment have been making atreiiuoud efforts to cope, with the water difficulty; on the Dundas-road. A number of cool ers and boilers have been dispatched from Esperanoe, and .ten. 10,000 gallon storage tanks Arrived there on Friday, and six more, with complete condensing plants, are en route from Perth for the road. ' - . . At Kanowna a trial crushing.from the, Golden Cement leases of 1000 tons .has been made at the Nemesis battery. It is reported tht*t the' return ia quite up to expectations. The company have started, a lar^e coateen, with ' a view to taking out the cement in the face down -to the pipeclay. The White Feather Reward battery is running regularly, and is putting through; good stone. ; Some 80 points of. rain have fallen in Kanowna, and the weather is now quite cold. There are only three patients in the Kanowna Hospital, and there are no caees of fever in the town, which is in a good sanitary atate. ' .' '...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Exer.1811 Hails. Mails for tho Unitad Kingdom per tho ' Orient and P. and O. Co'o steamoro aro '. despatched from Sydnoy to London direct ' i every Mondoy. ? ? ?

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Metropolitan Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

W-'. ? ? :;Metropolitjm;::Items^':;;:;v;;v ??' ? ; ..?'? ':';By'il;'r.i.:'';;''^;v'V' v-' -, ?', . Those very positive- people,' wlio: claim to ljo scientists, are very fond of picturing tho condition of l thiugs millions of 'years hence. They have arranged many things for the posterity of that .period, that . is if there will be any posterity left, in thoso renioto coiis of time .when the oquator will he somewhere in the vicin ity of tho South polo ;and torrid heat ?will wither up the territory of tho ieer bound north. Thoy have repeatedly pointed out that' eventually Sydney har bour will bo frozen solid, and that N.'S.W. will be wrapped in eternal riiow. The incredible climatic evolution is a ' -? fascinating' theme' just how, when a choleric atmosphere is sweeping the colony. While the perspiration pours and the body io burnt with the furnace blasts from, the westj -the north-west, and tho north-east, and a thirst of rivers of watoris on us, it is a;'ploasan£ reflection that in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

FOR LASSSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c.r Take c couple of Fletcher's Pills every ? second night. ; thoy are a prompt and' ' ? sure cure and give certain relief. ' ' FLETCHER'S PILLS aro c. quick, oure- { and^ reliablo remedy for all complaints » . arising from torpid liver, indigestion. ' weak- stomach, and impuritie3. of tho { blood. They aro prepared on 'rational-!, and Gsnoible lines and do not contain a ?' particlo of cnlomol, gamboge, or any ? drastic puigativo, but operato by perfectly' ; -^ natural-'nor.:^,. .by ctimulatlng tho liver. 'I r\. and increasing tho flow of bilo and th'uB::i / \ ,| producing ca3y evacuations and naturaL. ' catharsos without tho annoyance and pain' vf griping ruid purging. Bowai'o of tho nanny harmful substi tutes on sale in many shopo. None aro- ' i genuine unless they bear the signature of . ' '? F, Moord Clemonta on the outside wrap- ? ' per. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLET CHER'S PILLS have becomo ouch house...

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ENGLAND PREPARED FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

i :,ENGlkND;PREPAREp FOR WAR '? .*AeW7j»1aS^ai.l'.;Lo?d. Womeley the Cbmma:atior-iu-Clnef7afcates that lie has ^ave.-.iihown tlie^Britisu'army tb!bo-'boti': ' tor, prepaid £o^war,;tham it I3,at;pic^t... (. , r Mr. Joseph QhambGrlain, in thQ couiv.o ' or a, speech, aaid that the National diffi .ciiltv-.wliicli had arisen- liRfl; nvAV,,,*' '+1;^ -th;e pld:-Brit-ish;opirifc -wap.Btfll-o.livs'; ' H considered . that . tho . .lesources - ? of ? th« Empire were never better able to meet an eiriergeucy tlianat ^he^p&aefffc nloinerit ,^he booie^ :6f Elocfcrieal ;EngIueers'hak ? ' . *^- to: ,f ff1** ,an;electrioal Servi,.tt for national defence purposes. , ? : . ?-'; '-,? -:.\ '?;'??:????..'''?' : ??-?' ??:' y:^--^SS ^3^i?£*:-y-,;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

THE Undewigaaiwill freci&re PRODUCE »t MUlinKtpn'fEooras.Delonmte.oa * of «ofc wooki ' Hlgheri 0A8H Price tfvon. :-:.-v-v '?? . :?' ;o;v ... v ?: . ^;w.n. stone. .. I ^ioks! Bricks!! |f!;;-' :': :R/COAT'ES- . I? l ' 8 p-epared to make from 25.000 to 60,000 BBIOK8 at JB1 2a 6dpor thousand j oil f material to be found. £ ? \7ork guarantood, . and caning burnt ovor. f . : (ScveriMemit, MveFJisemeEit. [-' ' Tho Trcaoury, Nor: Couth TVclc3. f 4bli December, 1895. I ANNUAL TENDEE3. , ; Tsudcbb fob Focton roc toe Police \ . xnuouonouT the Colont, awd fok Pub f no DePAETHEHTB, IlETEOrOLITAi; ' AtlD ['. Pauuaiutta Dibtuicto, 1S9G-1COT. [? ? - TfcTOTIOE ia boroby Rivca thcA Tcufir.-a fo? «? JL\' tho Annual Foraeo SuppHen for tho K 'Police throughout tho Colony, and fo? Public | '- Uoparbnonta, Metropolitan and Pnvr-astfci ? DiBtrloto, for tho year ondinc 31o5 ISaroh. *' 1897, will bo rocolTod ot tho Trc^au-.-y up to % ooon of Tuesday, the-llth Fobrnr-zy, 1626. 'i ^Tho' Uofc of station...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

:';' LONDON WOOL SALES.' '' ?''- ? :' ATi the. London -wool .sale's on Friday competition was extremely keen, and full prices were realised; Superior and m'edhjuri ' -morinoa were' -MabbvQ the higheat: December1 ratea,' Warbreccan Clip brought QAdj Stirling, 9|d- and Clare, 8fd.. ,..-.? --'..., -. .:-???. ?*,-.. -?-.- .? 'On Saturday; competition was a~am Ksep-v-PwceQ for good lota: showed an upward, tendency,,,;- Amon^the sales 6|d;;-BuiTatta, 9'd; Burrabogie, 9.3d' ? Wohga,;10d. :'.? .?.'... ;.; ? .:, ;: : : : ;l '

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. ':'? Jaa.28— C*aigio, 8p-a.,D3bsoto.7.80p.Ei. '(??'? . E^v. G. P. IlEXCAtro. i' ? IIKnOB BT FIDELID. ? _ THUE3D^T, JANUARY 23i'd, 1C'3.

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THE ASHANTEE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

'?? ' THE ASHANTEE, EXPEDITION; . . Ihe British Expedition to Aahanteo, under the command of Sir Francis Scott/ ; has reached Coomassie, and has occupied the capital unopposed. .. ?','.' '?'.'. '?'.''- ' King Prempeh haaacceptod the British '^ demands— namely, , the establzshment of ' aBritiBh protectorate overAahantee, and ' ? ^ tho appointment of, a Reaidant at Coo- '???? '? masaie. ' ? ' ' ''''.? ' ')?'?';'??',.-.? '

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