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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tlion | and the news V'-Kitig John. The library of the Mechanics' Institute will be re-opened on Satuiday night next. A boy fell down a mino. at Bollarat 200 foot and was killed. The Brown's Greek Gold Mining Com pany as the result of five weeks' work obtained 44G ozs 2 dwls of gold. Ann Kelly, who nine days ago was brought to the Pnrramntta liospitul in an unconscious state, still continues so. The police think they have a clue in re ference to the late stiuking-up of the Oberon and Tarona mail coaoh. The Chinese are about introducing a oodo of regulations amongst themselves by which those of thotn landing in the colony will bo obliged to conform lo European customs. The Wugga folks have been thinking of Bendii'g-i.n invitation.to the Princes 10 visi^1 that town. Probably our M.iyor will make a move in this mutter too. Airon Sulby, loreman of the railway yards, while directing some shunting at Adalaido 011 Tuesday, waB run over by an euginu and killed, llis ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gratitude. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

Gratitude. - - - "-It<.'is..'uofortunately not' very : common j in thOBo days 'tu findr gratitude forpaat favors orkiudnoss assuming a practical .form ; a.i»fi when suchv a 'dusir.ible, eventj.does take .plaoei-itiBj-quitorrefreshing.'/ "Wo may inua tion. two' iinstuncQs .of ...genuinB, -gratitude' which have just icomo' under : our . uotico. .Persons passing by the liospit'il-may of :l»to have remarked "that: t.ho'grounds in front; ol the building <nro; being1/cleaned1, ^ trimmed,, and otherwise 'put in Vdouent.' order. This has beeii done by a: poor; man manied Wil liam' Hood, who, some six or : Beveii: weeks ago, was admittedinto; the -hospital;^suffer ing from'a cancerous tumoii'r; ' jThV .pa'ien< may be'recnlluotbd by some of "our, readers as a man. who' gave £2, all.,. hejhudy to,.the hospital.-";Some, tun days back, ns ihe felt able to exert himself: a little,'?he commenced digging and,clearing the; grounds,'aurt; felt, sincerely glndthathewas...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. WILIIAM FORSTER AT GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

MK WIIIIMI LOBSTER AT \-HJU_..JG-NNI)AG!;LI:" :MR;v^iLi,iAM(Poiis\;Bu^atldro8sed^n-orow(l0d moating at''Fry's1 Hot'oll'^Gundagaiy? on last ^Vecl nesdayj . nigh t.(" ) J. (>jBs.-^Elworthy, i-JvP^oocupio^the^onoiy^iind^briefly-iintrb duo'od'thef: mp'mbGrt^iMr.^oVaterjapulogised hefopuldfnot^.comoearlio^ itio; trpublos.^This,^'however,^waa^oply a 4proliminary < visit,"^as^'he^ 1 n'tondedHooming; 8liortly^Jvo'gain?^A)ludina,Itoiiith6'0Joiroum ?a newiyUHUguiuor,:UJUu^uiUjUuy±uui'. ntucuiuu fbV it,-arid?- al'feoj; by^the f recaption jf tjiey^bad *given;ibim^®TIle|,oourWt'fioy.'»idSi!'tatttn,wn8«AJ;V 4Bi mi 1 nr'^t o}' tlifit '/o f "jjtlta jj Sy d n oyj) University. .iTbe^rpVnioiftfa^endeavottrt^tovdofootDiittvilvi..'.; ther^und^hadjroQeivQW^fsllip'] inltlle", f«oa , ? ^vhioh hotwKoiad notjfprgahto^ho ^dpyj of [liia _ 'of s rail way a* gen era 1 ly;|'c.w h i on r^o re^jto rtipur «*?, flarly;'n06o88aryMn''thi8\oolony7\owingito^wnnt fof^riv'erjQommunioation?;/Jjut;be'did'ppt oa...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

Conditional Purchases. The following'soleotions were mado at the; Goulburn land office yestorday:- Robert A. Thompson, 120 ucrea; ! parish?: Mummull, county. Arnyle ; 'Albert S. Burchor;and Goo. Henry Burolior, 40 noren, parishiLeighvcood,; county Argyle j Fredorink D. .Badgery, j 50 acres, parish Mullmfrullinga, county Argyjo ; Job Gray, 59 aorea 3 roodB, parish Wayo, county Argylo ; Murtin BrGnnair; 40 acres/ parish Oovan, county Argylo ; John Horno, 100 acres, parinli Guiaeiicur, county Argylo ; Solomou Emimu'el, 40 acres, parish Gundury, County: Argyle; Patrick-Quinn^ 40' acres, parish,Gurrandah, county Avgyle. i ?. s a

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESS IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

PROGRESS IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, Juno 27. In consequence of the carrying of the motion to give precedence to the Irish Land Bill, it is expected that tcuch^ more rapid progress will be mado with that measure, and that the Government will bo able to prorogue Parliament early in August.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) THE [?] LAND BILL. London, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

LATEST BY, CABLE. (From the Sydney Ihrald.) THE lltlSH LAND BILL. London, June 27. In the Houso of Commons to-day Mr. Glad stone introduced a morion with the object of "ivinf? the Irish Land Bill absolute' prece dence over all other measures. After dis cussion and some dissent, the motion was adopted by the House.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONVICTION OF MIDHAT PASHA. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

CONVICTION OF MID HAT PASHA., CONSTANTINOPLE, June 28. The trial of Midhat Pashn, late Governor of Syria, and other persons charged with being concerned in the murder of the Sultan Abdul Aziz, was concluded to-day, and re sulted in the conviction of Midhat and eight other porsons of the crime of murdering the late Sultan.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLNESS OF THE EMPRESS OF GERMANY. BERLIN, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

ILLNESS OF THE EMPRESS OF GER MANY. BERLIN, June 28. Hor Majesty the Empress of Germany is suffering from" illness.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anniversary of Glenrowan. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 1 July 1881

Anniversary of Glenrowan.   Tuesday (says the Border Post) was the anniversary of the fight at Glenrowan in which the Kelly gang was exterminated. It was expected that the disaffected in the "Kelly country" would attempt some out-     break in commemoration of the event, and we believe the authorities were prepared, the driver of the engine bringing the night train into Wodonga on Monday receiving orders to go slow past the spot the scene of last year's.tragedy, and keep a good look out for anything unusual. Up to the time of going to press, however, nothing had transpired, and it is to be hoped we are finished with the disgraceful episode.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUBILEE, 1881.. Bishop's House. Goulb[?], June 27th,1881. To the Catholic Clergy and [?] of the Di[?] of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

JUBILEE, 1881. . . _ IJifrbop'H Housn, <sXii'l-< ? ? *i '.» v i_.". GonlbjurOi Juno 27tbi 1881. .&nTo,Ufl Ottf.ho!id oicrpv nndJan'lty ol Uiu/Diaouoo ol ' " ' * Goulburu,' . .' Dearly BelovSd IJteihrui.-Tho illustrious PpntiU m'prfieint i^uVuiu*"Uiu Cuiliujic Ollurcb,-I'ojjo ^MV£LWXIII:, has tiniiburiOoii for tlioSwbolo world an extraordinary,iTuliilpOii wi iph I now iiubiish for thin dioqi'BQ, -The J^bili'L-. will continue to tb» lust day of tblsynBr'tooliiBivBly. l'h« conditions ri quired in , '.lififayipoeBo fot. guiuing .'the' Plenary Indulgence aro tbe following' 1, Six vieija to the Churoh of their rp.fipeeuvQ-.aiB> trictei in which' they hBiir Mass' oil Sundayp. Strangers temporarily reBidinu in nny one plnP< ' iffiiy" miiliii these visits in the cburch of I bin S(1 =;i /, . plneofi 'At'-cuch. vipit pious, prayers aro. to bo »ovi.u .., " ^lllirB[1for (|,u intention oftho Holy F» .or, for thb prosperity-mid oxultution oI the 0>|th...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

A . WaiittMl N ERRAND liOY. Apply at BUSHMAN'S 'I'ii i I or i n k Enliililinjimont. Wanted AN ELDERLY WO.MAN 113 HOUSKKRISPER lo Widower and fnmily of youiis Children ori B selection about 20 inilua from Goulburu. Apply (with references) by loiter to r WILLIAM^ PRICE, . j : ? Gnllon. I fWanted TO 1113NT or PU RUH ASIC, u HOUSE, oonvoni emly mtuuiud, aud containing 7 or 8 roums. I ' Apply Misssns. RILEY BROTHERS, Auunrn-Btreot. Wanted " NOW N that from £5 tii £1000 inny bo obtained _ on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND,. AuotioiK-or, Australian Auction Mntt, Auburn-st. K? BETWEEN Biaboptbnrpo and A. M.IIunt and Oo.'s Store, or botwGun that place acid Ardgowan, a large OA M ISO UROOUli. The finder will bo icwnrdcd on returning tbo same to the office cf Messrs. FINLAY and CO., lielinoro Square, Uoulburn.; ' City of Goulburn Gas and Coke Company (Limited). THE prico of delivored. at tho Com pany's Works bits beun Reduced to 2(1. pur gillou from tho lit July. ,B. 0. MANFRED, - Secretar...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

NEWS- AND NOTES. "Brief, then j and what'i ilie newsKing John, Our lender and other matter crowded out. Tlie Victorian Government liavo been .defeated. . ? ' - The repairs to the Sorata have cost a bo £24,000. 1 he sittings, of the Diocesau Synod closed on Wedtaesday night,at 11 o'clock. The cargo of the Queon of Nations, already landed, is in fair condition. A supplementary list of now magistrates will be shortly published. Both the Empress of Germany and the Chancellor (Bismarck) are dangerously ill. Another English Steamship Company is about to ent.-r upon tho Australian trade. Several members of Piu'liament will, it is expected, resign their seats early noxt session. When you offer hay to a horse he may say neigh, but he don't mean iti Why ought a fop not object to being horse whipped 1 Becatiso it makes; him smart. A man named Orchard -was run over near the Bridge Pulls, Victoria, on Wednesday and died the-next day. On Tuesday last "the transfer of the .li cense of the White Ha...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

LONDON. TnunaDAY. Tho German Empress is considerably better, and there are now hope's of her re covery. It has been decided in Russia that political executions shall, in .future, be private, pub lic executions being credited with arousing enthusiasm amongst Nihilists. The police are unable (o got a clue io the murderer on the Brighton line, Tho affair is .cpurioff a-strong sensation and . there is a 'profit IttliiiiKr-'fi in t iio railway traffic. It is insisted upon that in passing through the tunnel tho carriage be lighted.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

(f.l i Yi.< FARM PRODUCE. '' , ' ' (.^SYDNEY, Thursday.*:: ^rr'^'.S^AT'nuBlion'flaloS' tli)ringMliouwuMc (Hcourod "wool' ntif or /lii eoldilor 14d» to,\19d r .hood-wnshod;-. 12d to 17d J ? iciiiin'I 6J. i'loo|ta,'wn8hotl, ;8tli,toi, 12d ^fleeco, gronsy,'; superior iuir. ?jrA JfllipfiiOd to;10d«;.-'So, fatr...74d' to-Odi;:do,*Jiif«>rior^Od' . " "' V ^' to -7,(1 ,por,. lb j ,lookn,- grenay, 2dito;/4d ;i.alioopaklu», ?iL-.r. i polta tin(1. ahortfjrowtli, 4(1.to fid, ponlb j: v stnllow^tiiuttonJ. ^S/* to 20/G por.cwt jvboi!f,;2C/C'.to; .. $ t'gnXV'27/9-i*station, ?;21/-? t'oJ20/- porowt {f'hiUoa^oxlra . v ; ; woigli(fliVwollj,oiii'ud,,-.'ltl.lo 4Jdi lionvy. ajd |to~4d j, ;:^7-:iho(lititnV3id'.(to'8]<I-per,lb':'''.;light:dry,'; 4d>to{.4*|rd.;. ?W inforior, 2d:to fid pur lb ; shnnUbuiios,,£0 to£10por ' / ton!T horns, 12/' to 80/*/po'r 100; boraolinlr, jumiu ?> nnd tail/ Sd'to 10'd pur lb". .Laatliors Kip.iMd'to' .Sxft'tjjiqpxb 18d-p-«o|o 8J<Uto 9d...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

MELBOURNE. FllIDAV. It is genftrwlly understood that tho Go vernment will ask fur aud obtain a disso lution.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

AVJiJEJCr/ir C-A.I/13N 15 A.X?» D«y of t Week. JJny ol Alontli. SUNDAY' Monday ,,,. Tuouday .... Wednesday., Thursday,,,, Friday Saturday,. July ? ? MOON'S PHASE, ... . . ..Firol Quarter, Gth' Jul)', 3.21 a.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS [l'JiO.M GJ1EV/ U,E'S U'KLKGHAJR COURANVJ SYDNEY. VJUDAY .NIGHT. Tlie news to-Hay from the quarantine sta tion is satisfactory. All1 patients are" pro griiesiu^ hb well as cau.be expected; DO HOW cases are rt'purtid. The GaBitto-to-day publishes past quar t<r'e re'u'iiis which chow an incivaao . of £514; 384 ab compan d w itb tho Juno qu artor ut'h«t year. No arrest has yet been made in reference to the sticlcing-up of the Oberon and Taruna niail-coft-.h.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began. The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 2. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Death of Mr. H. Damsiell.. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

I»XJBXiISI-tEX) EVEET JtOENING ?Trulli, ever lovely nfnco tlio world beRan, j . The foe of tyrant s olid the friend of m»n.-Campbell. GOULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 2~ LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Death of Mr; H. Damsiell.. - Mr. 'H. Damsiell, hairdresser and tobacco* nist, of Aiibnrn-street, .Goulburn, died Jas^ . ni^bt' about eight o'clock. The sad ioven1' was rather sudden, and' great sympathy wi|l lie /'elt; with deceased's family in their ,bereavement.;;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 1. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss, F. R. L. Rossi, and S. Meyer. STEALING A WI[?]LBARROW. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. ,,v ^; Iv.,; A , / PniDAr, JULY 1. Messrs. H..H. Yoss, 1<YR. L. Eussi, .. . v .-aid. S. iMoy.qr.i * STEALING A' wiIEKLli.(il']10w!i '... Richard Wostoott ,wfta charged, with steal-' inn^ a ;wliKolbai'i6w,/tlie ipropoity of Juhn Johnson. . , ,. , Constable Cochrane deposed .About 8 or >9; o'clock I '.arrested'thai prisoner'lit the gaol gate by virtuo.of a;warrantr.which ij.read to ..liiur.; he suid '{ Johnson is jtliejuame of my employer on. the(v^ay-i to . the lockup ho said, referring to the charge, " Did they, not know of it bofoi'o this," "" " i-, Prisoner, whs on tlie application of senior, sergeant fFuntoriJ.'-'rfem'ftndodwfoll '(to-day) Stttuiday. ' ' ji^ ^ - ' ' HOUSE STRAYING,' i Thomas Carroll pleaded~guilty'to a ahargo tof< allowingi, a .horBB , tV/'sthiyiin the court house reserve, and^was'fined'^O/- with 2/G ;".y' Joseph O.in'ollivrns'q^Bi'gedjWith a similar offence, Plenmot.guilly.'r-.iiii'vy;* r Constable Marshall deposed...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Difference in Taste. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 2 July 1881

: ' A Difference' in'Taste. Two gentlomen wore travelling not!Iong sinco. Tlipy wore partners in a station property ' and accompanying them was a blaclcfellow, who acted as a sort of]guide and philosopher if not friend. One evening: .they came to a slajion, pud,were invited to stop'for tbo' night.-1' There was a nice beofr sioalc for tea, and the cook wanted to know how to suit their faocy... Ho had recourse to the blhckfollo'w; , "Now, Tommy," said, the cook, " how does your masters like their meat dono."'' And,Tommy, snid,'" One,Eng lishman, be liko it raw",-the other Sootoh man, he oat it as black as that,'.' pointing to a charred log in the firo. 1

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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