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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. ' ' CHURCH OP ENGLAND. priday. Fob. 1— Dologats, Harvest Festival, 7.80 p.n, 8un-lay, Fob. 0. — Dolofjato. Tlarvf ot Fcntl* val, lt».r,).| Craifjio, HarwDt Foatival. 8pm. '' , Ecv. G. P. McicAtro. '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTURES AND STOCK ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

PASTURES AND STOCK ACTSi- ' Tut: cnnuul meeting of ohoeg- andilcrge dt -c!: uwjww eligiblo to vote- under tuo Uiuciiucrt in Sheep Act and I'msturejj apd ?Stock Protection Act, for the electiiirj^.pf Directors ior tho nheoj- diiti-ict of liom buln, will bt- held at' tlu- fionibalu, oourt hou^a nt noon on Friday, 28th Fobriiury.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

Alpine Stores, DELEGATE. H. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOBEKEEPER. (Established 1875.) *r ( A LARGE AND -WELL-SELECTED 8T0CK OF v ; ?.,' ??: ;.'??.,. ?? ' ? ? - .?.'??.. . . . \ Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO .CHOOSE FROM. Only First-class Goods kept in Stock. BUY AND READ TfiEE 'ARGUS.' Four Shillings per Quarter in £$yance. 1 ' ' SINGLE COPY, FOURHENCE. Advertisements at Reasonable Rates. V / NOT ' Made in Germany.' ATKINSON'S The Finest English Make. \ More Fragrant; More Lasting, and ^ t k x 'Very much More- Refreshing -'; - ;' than the German Kinds. ? t ? 7 Vf Use ATKINSON^ only And Beware of Imitations. ' Onl Genuine witi Shield-shape Blue and Yellow Label ana usual « White Kose' Trade Mark. Of ALL DEALERS, and of the MANUFACTURERS J. & E. ATKINSON, 24, OldBond,st., LONDON., I ' '5- .' ;/X;v f . ? Si ^ ' j ^ ' . j

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

An examination int.) tho WusinesB operationo and prc-onC position of tho Mutuul Lifo InDur;-,tic3 Company of New York has juHt bt-or. justified by the In flurniico Uopartinont of tho St ite of New Y«*k at h« rejucnt of tlio O m any. The investiiziifcim v/as; of tljo »»os6 careful ohinmtor, oiiftagi-iij tho att«nttou of the ? Department for n--nut oijrhtoon months, .'and iti r&mV wan -to v^«f.v in overy nur '. ticuljir tho. ,i tctntnont i-nuo'l by tbe '.'Com|-Rn VExncuti e at the closn of last ' year. The inco no for tho year amounted .to close oa a million pounda otozling, — . 'Aovt.-- :- ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Western Australian Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

Wester! Arasteltaa ©oldfields. Tuk aalo of tho London mino .was com pleted laot week, when tne lucky pros pectors rcc3ived a cheque for £27,000, the cum of £30,000 having boen paid as a do[.orfit cume timo a-jo. Tho Greoham Syndicuto of London aro tho purchasers. Sovoral cacso of garrotting aro re M ported. On Weantnuay uigui, ouuu §| Daviea, ono of tho prospect -ro of the W London mino, juot cold, was thrown If down aad robbodof bank deposit r.coipto )£,- for £30,000. #' Laot -vrcok tho Promior mine, at the ''§? Twenty-five milo, started o battory coiu %, .. prirtii.g 10-ho-d. Juut proviouu thoy had m^-.-l had 'a good rain, tilling their tank, which Jf||i\gavo c supply for cruching for eomo time. P?vv' ' They aro olco getting c fair oupply from m thti'snaffr. The Premior, whioh is ono of 'm the. plieat minoa in tho diotrlct, had a dry Wi orutihing plant, which proved uaoleea. ||| Captain Craze, Ict3 of Uoolgardie, who p!; has beou eppointad manoger, otateo that p'i ? he ia io.ovory...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

STOCKTAKING SALE ! All Goods to be offered at Lowest Prices prior to Stocktaking. CHEAPER THAN EVER! No Old Stock! -:- Everything Fresh! Latest Styles in Every Line ! „ * __________________________ LOOK AT OUR MBMN&NTS 2 They will be cleared out under. Cost! In DRAP-JEfcY we are offering Bargains. TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING BOYS, YOUTH'S; and MEN S. BEST FIT AND VALUE GUARANTEED. Our large stock of GROCERIES is well known as consisting of the very best brands in every line, and Prices as Low as Possible. ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF IMPORTED AN6 COLONIAL Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes. Every kind of Patent Medicine kept. —SOLE AGENT FOR THE— BOHEMIAN FAMILY MEDICINES. For those who are fortunate; enough to have a crop to gather in, we have Hay ^akes, Pitchforks, Sickles, Reap ing' Hooks, Scythes (solid blades), ChafFcutters, Harvesting Machinery. Oils, &q. / , ^ Write to us for everything, and if we cannot supply all you require* no other store /bn Monaro can. ' . ,' , ' y - L...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

. ?/???? ' T ^ ; vft'lPfc '? JL 'bit many Coatbmen : '?'? '?''? ?'?? fi£h&&k-( *id tte WaVimt pabllq- fbV ? :? '; ?? ???';'? ^ JBflwESv-: ' tb»';pa«» iSiyeaw;; du»irti *. I^jjiffiw t» «ute.tbat be hM par ? - ' « ;»vjp*. ^,oh«sd;.»- large »took of -^'. .? v *','' D5aS^n-^ Ironmongery,- alao Boggy ?^ ?' '' '-.»yj^W&^i^ Bleiaifd Shitti. ^ In fact/ '??''?'?? Wi&IjB*mL iflj'MMJtbtaj? oonneoted with. ^ ' veMU = =li IP tbe trftde kopt ta.ot?'k* ' ? . ' -^g^|pffip ALL WORK aUARAS ?-' ? TBBD-and done oa the 8hort«-it Nottoo and »t Cheapest Batoa. ?. No Boya employed, so that yon can depend, ? ob your bbrcsB being well and care'olly onod. ?; _' . ' . ' -??'?? ???.?:??????? ' ' ' . '„.* ? r* ;-w-.: the -C--ffl!^ffl;l!ft^ ' .-?' ''? ? ???' ^delegateI''''''^.,',. ? : f ^81^ to''!fctfani-t'BMBki io;th»'rMj-'. MJr ?-:-r4«9it«'*ot :D«lfeit*t*-raad-kTttMiaiaU|f (JUtrict for the lib«r»t:«ippO»t.»0V»rd*d;hin?. '«Jao4 1 opening -in'bn*inMsh«i«,aBdtUDlndi foona'a ioaliy f...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

MaUl Ttaie Talile^ | Thk following : i» t&e;mail tiu-« table ob eerved at the local o^oe:— ? MoHb leave Delegate every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for- ' Craigie, NicholBon'a and Bombala, reach ing latter place, at 7 p.m. Loavo B.imbala at 5 a.m. on Sundays, Wt^lnendayn end ' Fri faya, arriving n^t Deleguto, via Niclioloou'o and Craig:e at 10.30 o.m. Leavo Delo^jato ovory Sunday, Wed nccdoy and Friday for Corrov7onfj at 1 1 a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.m. Leavo Currowons at lOc.o. on Monr dayo, Thurct3c.»o end S^turJr.yo, arriving at Delogato at 1 p.m. Loavo Bolc^ato overy Sunduy nnd Wodnccday ct 11 era. fo? Tombonjj, arriving at Dolo^uto on roturn ovory Wednesday end Sunday a'o 7 p.ra.' Leovo DcZo^r.to c.i li.SO a.ra. on Sun day and 0.30 u.m. on Thurorlay, roaching Bondoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday aud 1 p.m. on Thuruday, llouanf; (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.n. on Thurr.day,. and Orboot (Vic.) at G p.m. on Monday v. and 6.80 p.a. on Friday. '*'. Loavo Orboat,...

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Fun and Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

: : ?? M^ y;Fim;:^;:yitocy,- .?;-'. ^A1 lod^ need not l?e athletic, though - ?'^;^jump»,«t.i^.^w. '?.??:v; ?';'', :^.^- v .M ':': ?';.?' Wby ia; » TOMbnd. like a promissory ^ oofca P— BeoautB ii fflataroB by. falling due. ; Mra. Partingtoa says that '.-her minister ? -: . '. ?' prMohtd about the * parody of the pro. b»ble«oai?' ;:-:'iU-.''-,. /'.,'?? -':.'-, - ' . :iii, 8aa FmxclBOO a Chinese murderer ?wHo hw given birosalf up is named Ah Hung. 'He probably, ah, will be. '. : Of a lady at the piano singing ' I can not sing the old fioqgs,' a four-year-old boy instantly inquired, ' Who asked, you to?' A Canadian' clergyman recently eued a young maa whom be had married, for his wedding fee,, .which he stated at fifteen dollars.. The jury found for tbo dofon dant, on the ground that tho youth had , received no appredablo value. . ' How is your vnt e, Mr. Smith ?' Says Smith, pointing to whore hia wife oat in the next room at work upon bis coat, __; ?'? She is eew-cew.' ,Urs. Jonea: 'Oh...

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

}'.' items^iptSj' Pugilist Jem Smith is now a Music Hallhtar. : A ladioo' bicycler raco took place at Coolgardio on New Year's Day. Somo of tho Bri^bano policn aro to bo mountoJ on cyclo.-). Tho crar-Ic awimrnor Gormly huo moat disappointingly '(jnnooff' — or ho baa ondly noglet'torl hio training. Zimmerman and hiH -vifo loft for America1 ? in tho R.'M.S. Monovvai la.^t weak. Important buoinoou mattorr, aro given as bin reasons for breauing* his engagements at Adelaide, Launcentun and Sydnoy. Miso Suo Zimmorman of Illinois, first cousin t6 ' Zira,' huldo a record or 9,1 miles in 32 minutsa. She ride.s in l-lqomoro aud in C' 'fpcorchor' — 1- uno bicycle parlunco. Sir Evplyh Wood, tho mout practical cyclint in tho British an.iy, oayo that England ohould raico at leant 20.000 voluuteer cyclista if oho wishes to hold hor' own against othor continental pov/eto. Every batallion o-iould havo llying aquaria of cycliuto. A crtain trial had boon arrangod bn tweon two cracic horoes, but at tho...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

? THE' WEATHER.;' ' ? ' A HK.ivy thpndoratqrm- broke over the uM.ru-.t on Friday afternoon laat, and cntiiii^d, -yith ,m occasional break, for ?-tiv-iral lioura, sinoo. whoa tho weather .ias -ei-n vnrii-oie. A nice «-hoot in the -r^wirt noticoiblo, but more rain is re luiied to couch it along.

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THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. The British War Office and the Admir alty aro preparing to lot contracts for largo purchaseo of Auotralian preserved moat. Tho Marquio of Lanodovrno, Secretary of Stato for War, promise;! to convert all tho gun* in tho British army to the latent patterns, and to creuto an.crtillery roicrve. Ho doclarpo that tho aimy hao at present it3 full cnmplimentof mon. Tho Emperor William of Germany de clares that if tho Roichptag' rofueea' to voto tho necessary expendituro for in creasing the navy, ho will appeal to tho natriotism of tho electors.' 116 is con Miilering tho advisability of oxpending from. £5.000.000 to £20.000,000 in iib« warships, and in othorwii-o ' otrengtlion ing tho navy. ?' Tho Cznv of Russia 'lias reproved of ??ho p.\,.enditureof 40,000,003 roublea on the Ru^oian navy duri.g tho ;ne^t seven yoiirc;' ... It ia intended to incroa^oth'o Ru6Gian navy by building a battleship for oach ud-1itlour,l battlcbhip built for the Eng Hsh'nr-vy. ' In oupportin...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

PUBLIC SCHOOL. . .-,. Bonru'Q tho recent windy weathof :Oo heva bean. «::pe»iencuig, tho r«o? o£ tho r/eathcruhect at tho local publio I'Ciscol v/ca rsiivliolly lifted. For tho uuioty O' tho ohildron attending tho echool, thin inatisr ohould bo snon to at ones, Cd i; galo of wind wculd bo likely to ontircly ?unnlof it.

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Prevention of Sunstroke. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

^^0^^^i^^'i§?^^ SUGGESTIONS FOR. tRIGMffiNT, ' ? ';' W^ A' meeting of the Board' b£ Heattb.-wttB' -V -'t^'t^i: hold' on Thursday, Prof eeaor -Andereon ?; (y''!':l-'$$$ Stuart pfeoiding. ' ? ' -?' '-'.'v '??? ' .''' ' ': 'VV-'-'^' Tho following Buggestlons for^^o : ':','; ;iii;^| proveation 'and Immedjdtq treatment ?'.??.?.??'?'?';?&$ of Bunst'roico, which havo jioon- kindly* .'?;'? .^':.\i'?^ handed to \\a by Senior-Constable ' -':'?] '-!'b$f^ Stutchbury, ' woro telegraphed- to the ?-???' ?'??'.???'?''????£$- officor in chargo of the police at all places' -.'? l';{\f^^ in Now_ South Waleo where tho teinpeta- ? -? r!..;t^,'w tiiro liab beo'n higli': — ? . , ' ' ? ? ''^-'t-vv'''' ' Thoro aio Bovoriil variolios of sun- ?'' ?''-\:i'$'» ntroko, but thov are all duip to- ex.csssiyo . .'?;:.'???♦.!,'/?'.%?? boat, though not jwaqcsiirily'-ip t)xO) 1&Xji / ?'''?.'? V^-i ;!;^- modiato action of tlio oun'o rayu. They' ? ' :!;' -ii raaj- occur during tho ni^hfc-as ?w.oUaa.by .: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

Yaubo'a Doodle Tobacco increased ita yearly c:ii\:i over 100'porcont. Why too thio ?' ' You try it and ore.— Autt. Yiv.'i.o..j to ' Sywi:'ovl'i-il:'oiiifi iit-!/'%iuil-ti'« ?' ' v/i'lij'j'j::''tLo ''.'J:'gnInc-.iib'.Cy'clp'va!ud.'bf '' '?' iormalem — '.. A-:\)lasa 'of 'Ori'eiital 'aplon- '' ' -' ' dor,' Admicgion Is, children Cd. — Ativr.

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LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. Dcspite tlio bad times our littlo town ohip ia making teaity prugrocs, and new buildin-.'Q ara boing erected. Mr. A: M'Donald hau rocontly corapioted a ncut and compact littlo otoro in Boinbulr. ntreot to tho order of Mr. A. ticott, the workmauobip of which rollcoto credit upon tho contractor. Mr. T. F-*d in huving o::tonoivo ulturationo and addi tions effiictcil to hiu ro^ideuoe, thi.s work being tiluo ontruMtcd to Mr. M* Doaald.

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CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

CORRECTION.' Ii^ noteo by ' Orpheuu.'.' in our last i«HUQ, a olight errwroccurred. -In tho paragraph referring to harvesting in the north, tlio word 'northorn,' in the' sixteenth liiio, oboujd read ' maritime:' ? v .'..

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CHARGE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

CHARGE OF BIGAMY. A TAUVfor.TK tok'-rrcm otcten that a man nanicd Frodorick W. Ilnro, an inouranrn agonfc, who io tit prooent tindergttmg r. neiitcnco of threo mnnthB* impri^oumont for pt-oing c valueleaa chcqno,.. v^im broujjbt up nt tae police court on W»'d nocdc.y Ir.^C charged with bigamy. Both ?sNJiiSon v/hom hi had marrk'd ,g'ivo cvi doaco. II-3 wiff, v/Lo camo from Bom baltv, lies) i-ovoral children. IIo wu co:ncz:ttcf. for trial at tiio no:;t Qucirtor

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DELEGATE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

DELEGATE CRICKET CLUB. Tnn KJombsrj of the r.bovo olub turned up in ftiir fcrco on Saturday \aat, cud c good aftorncon'o prfieticT -.van the result. Anothof practlca will he held no^t Sat U'day, at which wo trunk to nco the uami* good nttondanco maintained. A match with Tombong ia on tho tapis, probablv for Saturday, 8th proximo. Tho ditto hati not yet bcon dufluitoly fixed, but tho Hscietr.ry o::poob to rcooivc .uncl word in a t'ow du.vc . ~

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 January 1896

I? is now the fanbioa to bo a jingo. The geatleiaaa who ig a jingo ia and out of season bos eanwd considerable ridicule. Bat tb« jingo just now ia almo«t overy bo^VteJy^.fKBa.tiia-.Britiah leles- or wiwi«B;j«ogam|n^.-ite Britiah. Tula in emiaeat^j- «xcaa»]hle' at the.prooont tin». jl«d«wl it uc^di^ile. Wb.en the HtpaDj p«tr«l of war is heard tbrough -mt tha world, Trhen the mighty powora bf Europearelurkingthemsalveon^ainDt Great Britain j and when tbo1 iron of jealouoycators tho gouIq of tho nutiono, it ib tiinofor tho eona and 'the off ohcoto of tho cono of Groat Britain to clo3o in tueir ranliB. JuGt now the v?orld is pitted againut tho Empire, and England for tho moment iu icDlctod. Nothing but tho mo.--t aatuto utatcc^r.n '.hip T/iU avert a treachovotw ci-oault upon tho supremacy of tho Britwh Em pire. JonlouD nutii.n- arci tired' of this continual nupromncy and would jump at an opportunity to destroy tho prcatiyo r.nd pov;or of tho Bvitidli Lion. Wo cro part and parcol oi tho ...

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