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COOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

COOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. The Hon. William Forster returned hero from Gundngai this afternoon. Ho oannot st.iy to address his constituents In Ooota_ mundra on this occasion, not sufficient notiuo having been given. He will give due intimation of his next visit, when he hopes to moot nil.his Cootamundra. con stituents. A dopu'atibn consisting of Messrs E. Barnes, J.P., E. Strongitharm, Matthews, Taylor, llemmington, and others, waited on him and invited him to inspeot the town and public offices, which he did, and expressed himself' highly pleasedwith the progress of Cootamundra, and promised to attend to i<g wants..

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

Poisoned Baits. . . : , A.( resident of.,Qiieanbeyan 'picket! up a poisoned bait" at bis own gafo in one of the ^principal Btroets of the town.>. On the morn ing of its discovery,'a butcher boy was seen loitering suspiciously,in tlio. locality, and it is suspected1 that tho bait was dropped' by liim. Wo have" not'ho»rd whether any other baits have* boon found in the streets; But whether or' no, such an act as " this falls very short of murderous intent, as not only the unfortunate dog fur which the bait was primarily , intended, but even children play ing the street might fall viotims to such re prehensible conduct,-Ago., ." !.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. AND OUR OTHER CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS |J?KOM GHEVILIE'B TELEGRAM 00. AKD OUIT OTHER COLLMSKL'ONDENTS.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIQIIT. TnE Government medical officer having re ported that Mis. Humphrios' child was not suffering from small-po? orders were at once given to roleasu the house from quarantine. The cargo and wreck of the Queen of Nations was sold by auotion to-day for £110 ; Captain Broomfiold purchaser. Mr. D. Avigdoro, late private seorotary to Sir Patrick Jenniuga at the Sydney International Exhibition, died last night. The Miuistor for Public Instruction in tends taking legal proceedings for the carry ing out of the compulsory clause on 2nd July. The steamer Sorala arrivod lioro to-day. *An aged man Darned Allen was, to-day, sent to gaol for fourteen days, by the Central Polico Court Benoh, for begging. . ,Upon Allen the police found bunk deposit roosts for £1176, and a bank-book showing n credit of £100. _ At..a .meeting of-the-Agricultural- Socictyr it was decided to abandon tlie idea, o...

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A "Pamstaking" Official. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

A " Pamstfl,kine,«' Official. i .^.corrosponHent'i'Writosao; tUovMialbonrno. Argus :-Ali n lii u s i n ' i ii a t a n o e '0 f'tli 0 man-* . nor in^Yliiob'tlio.iquarqnti'noirofyulntiona. are: oarriod outKon; tBoj bordor is^relotedtby.Mr'., GQorgO',(Corn\vQljj"'' the' woll-kuown/^con^ ; trnotor}"' who j'Vfirri wed^ in '"^Teiljourne j/rom. Sydpoy.puiTJiursday^i^iro^stfttes/tliat^fter* ulioilrain^stopp'ed^t^tbo^statijn^d^b'eQd'.wdsv pokodvin, al<>.tiho>;wiildowitandiift'Jstontoriflni iVoico\ahouted;ldut,fjl,jADybodyi.g'otitho;smaHr: pox?" 'Numerous rppliosy'oqually^fSton Ltorianiof^ho^iubDos^llablo^Nol'msatisfiodj the" illustrious « funotionar,yi( WdJ^yitk',1 a, ffrntif3od'vMXll1rigb't'!''''{lin^paa8o'd'''on|'from.' Repression of Larrikinism in Batliurst, ; The praiseworthy efforts of the Bitthurst police, sncondcd by tho notion token by tjia PoHco ;Mftuiutrnlo,- is doing, much towards stamping out lHrrikiniwtri in JBatburst. Con stable Ball, ori'Monday last, presented...

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LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

LONDON. TUESDAY. i The body of a murdered man has been found in the Brighton railway tunnel. -The victim was stabbed in several places.., It is also evident that robbery was the motive of the crime. One of the Brighton railway carriages was found 'saturated with blood, and a bullet found embedded in the wood work. There is no clue to the murderer, neitherhas the victim boon identified. Prince Bismarck's illnessi is reported serious; and is causing considerable alarm.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

YASS.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. : The horse-stealing case against Hinds, alias Dalton, and Henry Spademan was finished to-day. Thelatter, being discharged, gave evidence for the defence of Hinds, who was however committed for trial at next assizes, bail being allowed if forthcoming. Mr. Yates presided. Mr. Wilkinson ably defended the accused.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE IRISH LAND BILL. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

> . THE IEiSH LAND BILL.' ; . , ;.> VY,«;^\V'? ^LONDON^Jurie'28i::"M ) In the House, of Commons, lost niglit,\the' Irish' bommittoe?'.''/A'ftor'dejmte^ . the Waoimss0di:;"^ shajhnot. be^obmpolled, to pay.a" higher rontx ?HgrdodCup'&n si Before'thV,expiry fQf*

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) BULGARIAN AFFAIRS. C0NSTANTIN0PLE, june 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 30 June 1881

i LATEST BY CABLE.. . {From the Sydney Herald.) BULGARIAN" AFFAIRS.' ' . ' C0KSTANTIN0PLE,\june27 THE Bulgarian Legislative Ohhmbero having been 'dissolved by Prince Alexander, general eleotions have been taking,place during.the Inst Jew dnya., I Theso have resulted iu the return of a large number of members favour able to' the 'policy of the, Princd.; He will . consequently be -able toscount on >the support of a taijority of. deputies;1 ' ; ' ;: '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

GOQTAMUNDIIA NEWS. . I (FROM Oun GouuissroNDEN'r.) : THE LA.tb Fiiib.-Tlio Oorumeroial Union Assurance;^Company. liay'ei'decided not to hold an enquiry -for reasons be3t <known to themselves,-fOarborry .thaukse those geniletnen. who:aided him to iextinguish the conflagration. 'Amongst tlietn \vgio-Mossrs. J.i Duliig«r'Nol)lB,;Eon'ior,' 'Powoll, Ogilvie, > William Harply : (who saved Mr. Oarborry from being;8iiffuoaled-on;'hiss breaking into ? the spirit-rooui.) uWorthington ('who id just rei'ovoring from< a severe acoidontj'reported below.) 1 Mr. Oarberry' was/Cttllo'd by one of ?Mr. Powell'sservants,, Miss1 Kate llyan, who nolioud the ;biirningvfrom tho spirit room which, cast a ? blnzo: oii' hur bed-room (window, and to/Miss Ityani really must the credit rbe" 'given, of,, saving this ^valuable hutol'{....but lor; her timely^vvarning ^it,; must havn been burnt to tho ground. ' QUOITS.'-.Several' matches of' quoits were j>liiyed- at the Terminus'! Hotel' ...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). HORSE-STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

' K CYiiSS '?'NEWSr I 'M r(FNOUROUII' OONNBSBONOTTHT)1." ! ITU«T ,'T!W ^'"M ' * «|'>''')'I. D .*'1 {J t I I HOUSE-STEALING. , K-V , - On 'Wednesday,-'' bpforo' Mr.s Yates, Joha ?Hinds; aUn»;Daltonp?and^HonryiBi)ttokman*,\ . John Boll'deposed that,ho resided1' at Jer-j,! -ej rSi "ft Gross-examined ; Prisoner Hiuds said bo had taken tho borne* id a mistnUe; one man paid he saw (lie prisoners eafchtho horse, ;:"!Honrf;.Aloliin''proved, haying aeon, two trio'n cati-3i prosecutor's5'horse; and take him /Way, but be could not swear the" prisoners wore.ihe some persons. : ;H ? ;V'i Otlior.""\vitnH6BGs deposed to: seeing Bell's horse led.,by;a m,ani on .;horse-baolr*inr com-' patiy wiih another man whOjWas Blao, riding; but qould ,not jpositivaly .BWOarlto'i.thesiden ti ly '->( (ho. persons with -the prisoners, ,although they thought\they, wore tho same, v Senior-constable Oogblan;, of Pud man, de posod that Hinds 'admitted having taken Boll's horse, but' said bo had done so in a mist...

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COULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 30. Before Mr. H. H. Voss. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. » "-'k'7^, <g>" ?,"L V ^ -'?' f '*t'" 's\- V'" t'ly\ J;;''-" THURSDAY,;.! UNE .30. ? T B jforo Vosa.; , DRUNK, ANDi'.DISOUDEIIIiY; John MoVeigh'was ; charged ..withy having i been drunk und disordiirly. r As he did loot fully admit the chnrgoVB'vid.°noe'was,talie'n to prove tlio onso. ; ?- tw i '.! .James Stevenson,, a - publican .residing Jb. Sloane-street,.^deposed r,? The «priaonor.;nud , others were 'in 'tny plao<Lyeaterday: morning: about hnlf-past 10 o'uloolt ; they were fight ing ; lie ,wus, druuk nnd^diaordorly.^ " :y^By---^ri/(|nor4tel)httt:iRenMoinatt.tand'f«yW we're noUI'.'ekyl'arkiug jM . you wore fighting in earnest! . 1 , . jrrPrisonerfwatf ordered to pay*a fihe.of 40/,. or go to gaol fori, 7* day a. <?> . < ' i'U !\J(' 'ft ' (DRUNK.'t1'1 I ' i1 ' William ,Thomas pleaded* guilty to a ,oha'rg0 ofjboing'drunk.'i ^ u m f * ^ ; ''Prisonori yaa^dlsol/oliargedj }\vi til? malt ing.i ^uso'of .bbaoone'lang...

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A Very Old Native. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

A -Very. Old Native. A soraowhat?" interesting,patient (says ,the, Ago)'is at. present .receiving medioal trimt i.m'ent lit the Melbourne Hospitals tier name ? I'is'Mary. A'nri' Gilmhnj'and she- is one of tlie ? oldest,'Australian; natives at present in- ex istence, having reached the mature '.-ajrov according '-to ?? her - own-statement, of .104 years. Her jcalculntioir of'her age must bo? n'little''wrong,,as she states .that: sho was boriv /ih' Sydney ^shortly after it was first; visited by tbOiEnglish,:. and then, went to Norfolk Island,.,,where she .iroinatned i some!; years,' andshas^siuoQ^th'en' beenVin,various pluces in the'colonies; i She is-a^vidow, and hor appearance*almostshears; out- .the age she doscribes: lierself\to. boi -V^Mrs.^Gi lib an's ailment is:-general debility .from ,olii;>age,» and ahe.is scarcelviablo to see or-apeakswitlr clearness.' [MrsV Gilman died,'on Tuesday night.] ; . , ,

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

;?' ', .WEEKLY C^VX.3j3NX>J!\JR. '.br:SuNi)AY(;i. .. Mouilny . . , Tuoaduy .... ,?> Wodnusdny..' i'sdiiy; {*?, .v Friday.,!.'r ."Saturday n"j' * V MOON'S PHASE. ^ J--' - Now Moon, 27th Juno, 12.8n.ni,

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Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

Vaccination. »Dr. Hodeon, a modiual gentleman trnvel i ling through the colonies fon tlio- bonofit oi' [ bis health) and who has' been commoted with the Herts Smallpox Hospital in England, comm'uniofttea the following information to the Euhoa'ospoctiug the value'of vaccination in the prevention-of smallpox:-The best argument/or'ravucoination is the result of that ??operations in the Prussian nrmy". \ In 1841 48,000 soldiers'wore ordered to be rn vuccinated. Smallpox before'had. been very prevalent in the 'borraolts, yet after this order had been carried out only eight (none fatal), oases occurred. >.' ;?????i!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS IS warranted to euro all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or con-, stitutionB), Gravel and Pailis in tho iinck. Bold in Boxeu, 4h (id cu';li, by .all Ohemisti and Patent Medicine Vendois, ' Sole Proprietor, P. .T. CLARKE, APOTIIilCAIU/JS* UAhL, LINCOLN, ENGLAND EXPORT ACEKTS.r Burgoyne, Burl idges and Co., Coloman Street London Newhery mid Sons, 37 Newgate Street, London Barclay and SoLP, 98 Fnrri/jgdon Streot, London Sanger and Sons, Oxford Street, London ; And all the. Loudon Wholesale Houses,, SYDNEY AGENTS. , ELLIOTT BROTHERS and Co., Wholesale Drug ' ? gists : i" ., ; . . ED, ROW & Co. " ) MELBOURNE AGENTS. ROOKE, TOMPtSlTT; & Co. HEMMONS & Co., Wholesale Druggists FITGH & FRENCH. I ADELAIDE AGENTS, FAULDING & Co,, Wholesale Druggists: A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, Wholesale Drug, gists and Importers, Adelaide and Kadina. BRISBANE AGENTS. BERKLEY & TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggi...

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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: FRIDAY, JUNE 1. THE DOG NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

MOENIKG : ! .. ' "Trnlli,"over lovoly sinoo tlic .world began,i-« I ) ? vTliojfoo.of tymrttirmid tlieTrloml ot^mtu-rCampliell, <t .W>t *."GOULBUHN: ' FRIDAY,';'JULY 'i'," ' h^'^THE^DOG6-' NUISANCE:"':'I.. I i - i,' v 1 >. Itiimv ?'MJ V SWiSHf ' . ' The'Vnnujil'^lbss'/ sustainedby shoopownoraj : throughHlie.'doprodati'ona of. wandering dogs .. . .. is something'alarming,and; Spears to keep' increasing;." It. is .estimated'that in one dis -rf«tr,ict>alpno-tli0i:,lossf:from this gause last year. 4> amounted,,"jtoabout./ . £60.00,another . . piao'e/''vrhWo,;tUox;e^ora: .only, two or thr oo ; ' gfcntiona to ba^opora'tod^upoD, tborloss ie osti , mate^d'at!200Q,sheep during tho eatnojporiod. .Tlio*ia6^B'^llioli'!oowmii;;s»ch)Jia»oo';;otf tlia ?r 'iV,»- *i i ij? J><- jv. Li* £ V * ,»I v.- : ' -4 graziorr Hooka aro;,very often owned by, ^.:.:^...^por6oae/^^y^llo^:them8eIyes.^;;lnigbt....'.bo1j.:;fitly. I'vy^Soiibed aa'i.belon^rng^tp.UiQj\laiM;ikin' class;...

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Fatal Accident Near Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

Fatal Accident Near, Braidwood. ??.A..very> lamenta file fatal .. aobideo fc' ooourred . on Monday afternoon on the road between ;Betowynd and Araluon.' Mr. John Rankin; junior, had, his little son Willie,.;about four years oldridiq'g on his bulloolc tuaiii/ when id coming dowu a?bill; a short distance from Air. Piko's, the child fell out anti the . wheel of tko dray went ovor him, lifo b'oiug oxiinot shortly after his father piukod ;hiin up, the poor littlo fellow's; last; words, being, " Yon picked me up too lntoVdaddy," or something to that offeoti An inquuwt was 'hold on the body l>y tlio coronnrj J.f Wt JBuun, Esq,, at Mr. Piko's, Batoivynd, on Tuesday, when, after bearing tho evidence, the jury btought in a verdiot of accidental death.-Braidwood Dispalck,,

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V A L E I E A Y L M E R. BOOK V. CHAPTER VI.—WHO LAUGHED LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

V Ah E111E A Y Ii M B11, BX TUB AUTHOR OF MOBTOK HODSI:. BOOK V. OhAI'TRR VI.-WHO LAUOUKD LAST? "'YoU<O;jIC ft bout enough for Cluor.n |M«h befor«," aaid Haut*ino. "However,; it is {???<;'j| gone, and' that is an end. of tbo mailer/ X - only wjfch-| : " Dou't any you wish we bad nnt come," Alix, interrupted, eauerly. " X would; not. ha've. missed to-day for the 'world. I have -'.'"ohjioyf-d' it so much. " Have you? That will' be pleasant for Eugene to hoar." " What do'you mean ? " "What do I moan ? Only th<»t it is Eugene ,. .t^ho; has had tbe happiness of contributing ^ -to your birthday enjoyment-not I." He spoko quickly, almost passionately, as ' a jealous lover is apt to speak ; but he ; fult sorry the next moment when lie saw suuh r v grievedi astonishment creep into 'Alix'a" eyes, i. i Qva unkind !" was , all sho., could say; fop, in .truth, she .was wondering whether her ears had plftyed her falso, out there on i the'mountain-side under the ro...

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WANDERING ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

1 WANDERING' ABOUT. t , , ; There's notliingemoreipitiableitban to s6e, as,is ,too o|ton' tho oa'Jo,<thewretched ( oondi-" tion^ to which 'some' men : havo reduced themselves' through' giving \vny to drink and .habits of'dissipation. R om ...lime to time wo come'aorosa unfortunate victims of iheir' own foliar .whose; cusp is? nt once, a-wnrnirig Iito??.others??and a sad onuso 'of remorse to I thomseivos. '.-"'Men who have roceived a goad training,land «'wh*6i»by-.-thMr^bperior.talent8j I are fitted Torrospeo'table .?; condi lions in life,, are. to;be met' with ::!in rorory,'city,; town, /and' 'ham let,'jwhp'wo.destituta.of^thej commonest ?necessities of .lifo.t j'Thoir .worn ;aadi wasted'" 0ppearnnco. may: spea k>'ot' botter'days--'clay si, in whioh^they ,hel(lresponsible'offices in life and discharged duties to-.whioli/thoy nrs now i st rangers, aud^associuted'L with'persons wlio'' ilo1 lingervlcnow- thern.j'. Thus1 "shunnod^atrdi Iscqrnodllioyglvovway.todespo'ndingit...

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The Noble Art of Self-defence. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

'The Noble Art of Self-defence. J ' M Acr'' writes s^-Bpotb, thosurvivor pf j tlio- recent pugilistic# Teat in Sydney, bns j been commit ted (or tbo murder .of. his ,con- j teBtuiit in tho fight, We are jjlad to see that the laws of our land give up encourage ment to these brutnl scenes,: nnd we"( jonp; lor the day when magistrates, will administer severe punishment io nil those ' who take part in them, "The noble nrt of self del ence'*" be handed, nud wen wish - its; ex ponents were, too; The traditions'of ,the savage past surround .'pugilism, with ,n , halo of courage. - This lilts the brutal bully out of congenial obscurity, nud is a: premium tp the rampant lorrikinisin of our times,' No man should descend to the,arena of the ring, to defend' his honour,- for, tlmt is no: honor that can be so defended. It will indicate a better stute of things when the law's .pro tection will, be deemed sufficient-: defence against the brutal insolence of' the more man-beast, find when the power ...

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