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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Th^ famouo triplo allipnca of Gonncny, ,AuBt.ia, and Italy, any ha con&oatod ?with a uecond Tripla Allicneo o£ Eng land, Franco, aad Ruc3ia. That inault ing cablogiam. o£ conprotulationohco rankled ia t!io brccota of Enfllichmon, and Lord Salisbury ao thoJ»rkno Llinsiator ? ;o£ Great Britain, and the loacjos' oi tho bollicoBO party heo not hcoitatocl to re taliate on Gorniany %7itli diplomatic cBeeigne. When the blustoring Emporor William went out of his 'way to convey hia appreciation of the1; Boera and .bia assurance that ho regarded them aa an independent people — that is, independent of the British ' suzerainty— ho miscalcu lated the effect of tha telegram. The British Prnmier now- announces that ho has managed to settle certain serious differences with France and Rusnia, and that these countries are drawn moro closely together in sympathy. Tho other dcy ho intimated that England, ao a oet off! to Gormany'o mecoage to Krugor, might arrango an allianco with a powor unfrie...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TURKEY AND ARMENIA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

I TURKEY AND ARMENIA' ; . : It. has transpired that the Queen, in her ? recent autograph letter to' the Sultan of Turkey with regard to -Armeaiai warned ? ' Abdul 'Hami* that his -Tlrrbno' would be ? ? endangered if the' 'Armenian Reforms; ^ Were not carried ouf;. ? : , . V j'iThe Sultan replied to her Majesty's - ?letter,- declariiig that the ropov'ta aatb' the :'- -; massacres in Armenia were exaggerated; ? '' ;

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fun and Fancy PARTICULARLY NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Fun and Fancy PABTICULABLY NOW., Though % man may,bpve a rasping voice, That like » soytho mil mow yon, ' Ti« Bweetor than iwe«t nnwic when . Ho s»ya - ' Hera's what I owe 700.' v W10PE88I0NAI, INSTINCT. . ? Husband (the father of six daughters) : * Come, Rosa, there is a gentleman in the '-, .: ' xmrlor who wonts to marry one of our daughters. Ho is a -wine merchant.' Wifo : f A wine merchant P Heaven he praised 1 Then he will he sure to select : one of tho older brandB.' .; . . . . THE HEA80N. Maty hafl olittlo caW ^ . : . ?'??;? . .; .' And that, co i/cufc tho rnmor, Explclao wby ctio weald nevor rreor , . Tho hnlolicibocicr bloomor. - ??? IIIBUNDEIlSTOOb. i ? Captain (to man d tho wheel) : ' Ano ther p'int a-port, quartermaster.' Lady Passenger: ♦How. shocking 1 I must got that captain to sign the. pledge j that ia the third pint of port he has called for within tlic Izzt ton minutes ! How these captaino do drink.' HOW TO FINT- IT OUT. Tell mo not in rcoornJal cnmboni ? ? . Life...

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

ADVANCE pEIJEGai$& : v -: GENERAL BLACKSMITH, . ?-.' — IOTLL KEEPS Ti^L^Di' ; ?? '?;?' : ? ?' - '?.??.- .r-. =..:: 3A-i-ry|-:-? -ft .''??»? ??;?*?- ;?'., j '?? -? - ^^k' ' ' ' ? ?' -^m XQtlUmiOff '? CJUUIbS 'vO r3r^^^^- ^adthagtnari^pnblio for ' ? ' ^H&STfflJ*- V- ith? :p*^4G:-ears,-.deriMe ? B«^S^5a^ ' Iromnon(reiT, alto Buggy ' : '#?, «H^*'pd*'*l'i Shaft'. Intact, ,.;?'. /^^WPPSt ^^QRtGUABAN . . TEED and done on the Shortest Notice and ?at Cheapest Batei. ' ' ' No! Boys employed, bo that you can depend on your hones being- well and carefully shod. THE COHHEItCIAL HOTEL, . : .' ; ,;-. DELEGATE. . . \ TO DESIBE8 to return, thanka to the reel ? 'dents' of Delegate and surrounding ; ?'.'.' ;dUttiot ; for 'the liberal rapport accorded him r ? -??; nnoa. opening , in business hero, and romindn ^visitors and others ? that the Hotol will be 'v ;.; -found a really tet-olano one, having every v ?': iv'converilenco for tho accommodation oj cuo . ' 'tomero. ?''v ' WINES end SP...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Mail Time Table. The following is the mail time table obr , ?.-.'. ewrved at tho local office:— ? Mails leavo Dolegato every Monday, Thuroday and Saturday at 2 p,m. for ? Craigio, Nicholson's and Bombala, reach- - ing lattor placo at 7 p.m. Loavo Bombala at 5 a.m. on Sundays, ??: 'Wednesdaya and Fridays, arriving at Dolegato, via Nicholcon'o and Craigie afc 10.30 a.m. Leavo Delo^ato ovory Sunday, Wed nesday end Friday for Cprrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.m. '? '? Loavo Currowong at 10 cm. on'Mdn- ', * days, Thursdayo and Saturdays, arriving at Dolegato at 1 p.m. . Loavo Dolcgato ovory Sunday and Wodnecday at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Dolegr.to on return ovory Wednesday r.nd Sunday at 7 p.m. . Leavo Dalegato at 11.39 a.m. on Sun day and 9.30 cm. on Tkurcdny, reaching Bendoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 ? p.m. on Thun:dr,yr Bonang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thuroday, and Orbo3fc (Vic.) at G p.m. on Monday and 0.30 p.m. on. Friday. : Leavo Orbo.it, via ...

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

aBSotumY mi. ONE OF 'A HE ia ANT BENEFITS DEWED BY DEALING AT THE Susljmati's f rktid Stores, ? - ' t Eead the following extract from 66 Truth,55 December 22nd, 1895 : FREE INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENT. The Way to Popularise a Business, AiBEADy the system of Free Insurance against disablement or fleath by accident, introduced into Australia by the Australasian Free Insurance Aocociation, of O'Connell-streot, Sydney, a few months ago, has produced .very distinct bonoficial roaulta to those ? who hove availed thomeolven of it. Ao- v/o predicted at the timo, a echemo which enables ono to incuro r.gainot soriouo accident or violent death at no co3t T/hatovor lauct becomo immonsoly popular. Naturally, a porcon with the least spr.rk of prudenco inhischarac tor will deal with tho trader whoprecontu him (or her) with an DTtinttc coupon which nicvy bo v/orth £1 per week or £50 to hia (or hor) raprcsontativo. And thorc:i?-.n bo no qucntfon that tho system won oxcoUont ono for any energetic buci...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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AMERICA AND EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

' ,',.- AMERICA AND EUROPE.: ?- /^ The Foreign; Relations Committee of .the- ' ?United States. Senate has ^commended ?' . Gongres&.to .pass a vresolution. with thg. object1 of.--lorev6nting.the purchase by,- or '''' ;cesDion- to, any foreign Power ? of 'any '? territory within the Western Hemifi pherev ?- ? ?-?? ? -; -- '?? —....*.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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GERMAN IMPORTED CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

GERMAN IMPORTED CEEEALS The G erman Reichstag has, by a majority of 122, rejected tho bill introduced by Count Renitz providing for- a State mono-' poly of all. imported cereals. . :;

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

:^y0^w^a^^^ii^^^f4^B' ? 'ijin\ vxi- v^«-!w;.''!;i.w :/,.%(.'^!vi- '-raw.?.-*;.. ???;?'. I; ; i V - w-° ??w^'Bl? T?? .''W?.?***9 ?% '^f ' .?fJ»^u]a. idi^farict 'liav'e b^'^gi)inteja%itf -:$£cm!-tiie [Pro^Sc^n^^^ai^hV^fflb^lirfimnbi; wipe, ib; flgain; forking; ivith '?& \ fi^U^om pliineht of men/ ',:;l.l- v.-;--V- .\.C ?'..;.;?.. ;-'V.' ;. - : i'From their : claim 'at ^'igby's'1 Hill, [North Galley Swaoap^nesr Qarcbar.r John Digby and Son crubhed latelv at & inna! ;battery'8| : tons' of atone, through, what io'termed -double gra'tinge,' tho'-reoult ?baing th)3. splendid, yield of ;20o3. 18dT7t3 of free gold. .,,,-Frqm.,this crushing 8 tons of sand were saved' for the'.. 'purpose of liavidg-.it thowibghly 'teetod-,-'and'it was treated lasfc .:wecl: -at ;-Mecar3. ? Wcodxvard anA . Son?'e;r grinding.-. mill, ,Weafc .Galley Swamp, when it gave the very catisfacT toi»y-r'cault'-bf-'2dz.;- Cdw't. 3gr. of free gold;: - -?...-? - ?: .-..? ... . ? .... : At \Vyalong, Gough's No...

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Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

ILawS'lelaimg&HeWsfapeFs, 1. If. subscribers order the discontinu ance , of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to- send; them till arrears are paid. ,.'. .. . ? ;- . : 2. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take, periodicals from the. post office or other place to which they are directed, they are held responsible uniil they have settled their bills and ordered th a norJn^;. cals to bo discontinued. S. If subscribers move to other locali ties without informing the publishers, and their papers are sent to their 'former direction, the subscribers are, responsible. 4. The courts have decided that 're- fusing to take periodicals from the office or removing- or leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud,' ?-'?? ? 5. If subscribera'pay in advance for a periodical, 'they are bound tp.give io uiuo w me puDusnsrs at tho, end or the time that they do hot -wish' to -continue taking it, otherwise the publisher is authorised to. send it. on, and' t...

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ENGLAND AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

ENGLAND AND FRANCE. : The British, and French Governments have entered into mutual' arrangements by which the, disputes regarding tho Tunisian 'Customs aad tho Niger bound-. ary ia Africa, have virtually been settled. The baaia of the settlement elio-iva that .: ? tho^ Valley of the Menram i& -guarantebd to Siam, while the rest of the territory in^ dispute ia divided between Great Bri tain and France. ' ^ ? ? : The chief benefit which will accrue to Britain from the Battlement i« the right which uhe -has-eecured. to'' eiitpu'd her in iiuence alony the Malay Peuinaula.

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Cable Items. THE GERMAN EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

[?] '{?: ':;r;TllEVGEItMAN vmvtrk . |THEtwen^-fifth anniversary of tho pro clamation of the German Empire in 187 j was. celebrated- in- Berlin on Saturday, ~ iwithrinuchontliuBiasm, in tho preaence : of a large ..aasemblage, including the Generals and tho principal officers of ? the army, aa .well aa the loading statesmen of the Empire. : Ihe Emporor --William delivered a speech, in tho courcaoi1 which lie thanked Provideuco for tho' pooitioh attained by tho ? Empire.- - Ho; 'described; tLe work achieved since the Empire had been pro- : claimed, aiid declared that ho waa cletp'r rained to perfect :tho defenco of the ' country and to; dp eyorythiiig poaaible to promote the welfare- of- the people. He appealed . for the united support of the ?Empire, .and;- expressed the hope that it would continue:. to' be.1 a 'Btrbn'g- pillar of peace amongst tho nations of. the world.' ' ; In .'commemoration of thebecusion the ' Emperor William sent an autograph letter to Prince Bismarck .expressin...

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DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUr CORRESPONDENTS.) DELLICKNORA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

? .district ymf&u ??????, (FROM OUH COHRESPONDENTB.) . DELUCKNORA. Tue following are the returns of gold '? ' ' ' won from the mines working in the Bonang and Dellioknora district for tho quarter ending December 81st, 1895 : — ' . ozo/ dwt. gr. Bonanza, 100| tons 98 4 11 Cool'gardio, 20 tonB 17 8 0 Pioneor, 20 tons CO 10 0 Victory, Gi tona 16 0 0 Victory, No. 1-South. S tono 8 0 21 Golden Peal:, 3^ tono 2 8 0 Crawford'o, 2 tono IGcwfc 2. 4 18 Bonang Mine, 30 tone 6 GO '.'?., Total 200 10 ^ 2 ;-:?./ Tho abovo rcturno cro not ovor-rated'1' ??.. \-.? '?'.-?}. in any instance, and havo boon senfrto' ??','?.'; the Minictor for Mines. ,. . ? . V,K

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Delegate Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Delegate Aitiilettc €lnb. The sports in conneotion with tho above club eventuated on Monday last on the Delegate Estate, kindly lent .by' Mr. R.L. D'Aroy for tho occasion/ The day was perfect, the: weather being fine and warm with an oxhilirating breeze blowing. Tho spot chosen for the sports could not bo surpassed— tho lovely ellady trees, ccattered promiscuously all ovor tho ground, londing an additional onchantr mont to tho outing. Tho attendance numbered about 200 all told, and these wero rewarded by ccoing come of tho best contectod heata that it wao possible to ooo, and for thio eatiofectory otate of affairs tho club and tho goneral public are indebted to tho foresight of the han dicapper, Mr. T. Ford, and his assistants, Messrs. M'Donald and Wood. Mr. J. C.' Reid mado an efficient otartsr, whilst .the decisiono of Mecoro. C. Commono end M. Goodman ]'unr., gevo genaral catisfoction. Mr. R. Wotling mado a good olork of tho track, and Messrs. H. A. Wood end C. Dawcon, as joint c...

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

Alpine Stores, D EL EG AT;E . '?'- ' H. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. i *' t * ? k ? . I , - r + (Established J875.) ' '' ??- ' ' ' '' ' A LARGE1 AtfD WELL-SELEOTED STOOK OF Draped Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO CHOOSE FROM. s r Only First-class Goods kept in Stock BUY AND BEAD THE 'AUGUS/ Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance. \- - SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE, Advertisements at Reasonable Rates. ... . . ...-'— NOT ' Made in Germam/.'5 t i . ? . — ! 'ATKINSON'S TKe; Finest English Make. -- - i ? , More Fragtemt; M6r6 Lasting, and V y\ ^ ^ \ ' Very much More Refreshing \ 1 ' i . \ than the German Kinds. ? l_li_i_L___L Use ATKINSON'S only , And Beware of Imitations. Only Genuine with Sbield-ahape Bluo aud Yellow Label and usual « White :.?-?'? '? Kose' Trade liark. - Of ALL DEALERS, and of tho MANUFACTURERS— J. & E. ATKINSON, 24, Oid Bond-st., '-.LONDQ.N.

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

:^^^fi§^^^^Mjj^0^ :;^;-:v'v ?:;i:; ?':?. '^---|^ [^/O^HEna.] v;; . ? ; 'C^.;- ?'.. ';? ; v ; v ; ^; oxce^tiorially heavy thisf* '^aaoK.^' -Such ^?'Ov ^; -.?*?;. &$. report from'-,Gleri^Iii6es.ji=f^w'?day8 ;i V; ???„.;, ' ;: ago.'; Truly tMa'-eblbiiLy of .ours is a ;;£V; /'' ;;:;;:.- ;wonderful- land. ?;? Away -In #$£ n-wth v i: i CHoif Jlnnes ia ravelling ??Iri^pienfy/; Vfiere ,,; ;;\ /J '/' at the opposite estr6mi£y' Tb£;the'- table ''r'M'nJOv';' vJandi' Delegate is ltiiiguisHitig; ^ -ii is ': : ' ?..-??. miserable to seo the' tiny1 'crops here, some ;,, -: ' only, a span high.1,* Hd^'ittfan'be'tiufr for ?K;- ,.: hay ia rather puzzling ? Just think for a .-. .;. moment, good reader/' of '!'tho'* peculiar ;- physical characteristics, 'of ?'Mm^' 'South , v Wale's. First, &? narrow stfip: of 'semi- .-..;'? \ .{ '? . tropical - northern ' country ; thon the ; .; , -.?:' backbone of 'tho lah'cT flanke2with beau tifully cool tablelendfroni Queensland to -? '? Victoria ; t...

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

^??.--/^itcmsoriSport. :.' -;-'-v |ir Mr. W.B. Wilson, o£ St. Alban's Lot ' .tery fame, is seriously ill. .'Jack Bealo, tho bookie, ia Jim Stan '- buiy's friend financially ovor tho sculling , championship -with Wag Harding. Neither Bruco nor Gnrrctt can go to England with, tho crickot team. The latter would havomado a grand skippor. «', ' J. J. Ferris was not a auccesa in the . ecratch match arranged at Melbourne. ' Ho bowled 00 balk and 100 runs were ' scored off them without tho loss of a wicket. Trott iB almost certain to bo chosen captain of tho ninth Australian cricket team sailing early in March in tho R.M.S. ' Cuzco for England. Payne won tho mile cycling tost match . Inaugurated by tho League, and ho should be chosen to go to Adelaide to represent this colony in tho championship. New South- Walea against Victoria has won 25 and lost 30 crickot matches, and against South AustraLia has won six and . ' - lost four matches. ? ?'''» A few months ago the Victorian trainor, i Gard...

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

CKflncsnE. ?' :: : ^:^:- After waiting a couple of weeks for . '. ?; something to turn up worth writing -'? about, and mooting with nothing but disappointment, I fool constrained to ?? .?'?''. ;?'. begin my usual opiotlo about nothiug, 0 for I must admit that is chiefly the pith ; .. oE my most .interesting correspondence, if there is any pith m it. What wonder is there, that one fmdo himuelf verging , \ upon the ridiculous, or that the fitful . ?, ' Orpheus' finds itjnecossavy to apologise ; for his wandei-ing atyle (which, apology, to my mind was cccrcoly needed), whou ,' ; one sits for a couplo of weary hours try- ' ' ing to suck nowo froia the butt end of: ???._'-. hia pen handle, and finally ha3 to give it ? ?'?? '?'?} up. . Failing to iind nov7c, ho despatches . ' hiB empty mind in quoat of comothing ; dramatic, or amue:ng, bxit naught of: : eithor can ifc find, and rotums to bin vacant eranium, brinsing nothing with it . ? save a desperato headache. Such an o::porionce has ov...

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Sad Boating Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Sad ffltoafeg Fatality.- ??.. '. A shocking boating fatality, by which no' less than 10 lives wore lost is reported from Kaipara (N.Z.) A party of 11 per ?sons made up a fishing party and started out in a boat belonging to a young man named Thomas Edwarde. Mr. Edwaids himself managed the boat, and it was through no want o£ skill or care on his part that tho accident occurred. Uornmg Home, alter me day s outing, » ' . sudden squall upsot tho boat, aud its; -occupauts wore precipitated into the wator. Edwards, who wns a, good swim- ? mer, mado most noble efforts to save his companions. He succeeded in putting ; nine out of tho 10 persona in. tho water' ' ?', ? on the bottom of the boat, but tho heavy ' .' ? swoll washed them olY. Edwards, per Bovering iu his brave work, again placed t ..- the struggling people on tho bottom od ,tho boat, and a second timo they were washed of:!, and this time overwhelmed ~\ ' bjr the waves. Finding that hia efforts to rescuo a number of the party were ...

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Murder at the New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 January 1896

Murder at thfe Newjiftel^^s; f In a private letter received ,i£rqm: '-.Dr^ Lamb, medical nrisaionary at Amorym, ?? ...-. New Hebrides, tho dootor recounts a dia-r ; ^ bolical murder of a boy attached -to ? ;.-. hia station. Tho doctor's account of the;, ? affair, states that ' on Friday, 5th Decem ber, 1895, word was brought round to tho mission station that a hov Tin.Tnf-rl Tions- ? naim, 11 years of age, was deal at Bau-« lap, and tho request was made that tho teacher, George (of Baulap), should go and bury ' tho boy. George went and ???' ? found tho boy dead with blood oozing ? \ from his ears, nose aud mouth. Tin boy's head wao turned to the lofS, and hiB neok much swollen, and a lump over . ? ' each eye oa the forehead. . In reply to ? :( questions, Georgo ascertained that Molunlubu had killed tho boy by putting his knee on tho boy's baok while the lat ter was on tho ground, and twisting tho ; boy's neok. Four or five men were pre sent at tho murder. Tho murderers were actuated...

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