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Hotel Burnt Down. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

Hotel Burnt 'Downr t-J" On Thursday night a fire occuro'd on the pro mises of Mr. I\ Rogers, on the 'i^arcuttaroaa, 'near Wugga ;WagKB| resulting in their total destruction. Mr. Rogers has kept, an hotel there for many years, aud the Hews of the disaster causes much regret in the dis trict, where1 he. is very favourably known. The fire was'> caused ° by the t upsetting of a kerosene, lamp,' which'exploded; - The value of the property lost is unknown, but it iB stated that the house, stock, aud furniture were insured in the? Queen Insurance CJom papy.-Evening News. - -?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEEO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

) r^£ Tjv^ ? . , OUR . correspondent' under date Juno 10, wriioa s^r.} >'? 0 O'-;: P- fi ()$ fr r,Tj\, ?f The' w'eathbr "in" this "district of' late has (turned very cold aud stormy. There' was a slight fall of suow "on thy 8th, which bow ever cleared off in a few hours. : It still 'iceeps rather rough''and; cold.t p ,,rV/ jA roooiving-oifloo 'is' to 'be established 'at Mr. Jamos Selmos's on the 16th,of the pre sent month, and to pe'v.knuwn;asrl'{,<Selmes,,''i Tliis is a groat bohojSt tof^tho' inhabitants of |North Wlieeo, ap hitherto their correspon dence used to bo parried by the. mailman: and dropped in the porolv of the "VVosleyau Ob'apel... -The consequence was-that i»com»; "plaiutsion j the .-mutter.?, .wore/' not (feV,l but, thanksi_toji; tho postal department, fsuoh persons will for the future have no reason to co&ipliiiu. AH persons interested:, should, have their oorrospondenoe addressed accord infrly. ' pLMio' inbabitantsj pf:3'thifl''^and'k'Qrabban1...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 11. Before Mr. H. H. Voss. VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

GOULBURN POLICE CPURT. . ' r TfjJ i:! 11 /c V<> v Saturday, 'Junk 11. 15ofororMr.; Hi, H. Voss. , VAGRANCY. Mary Johnson wub obarged with vagrancy. ! Plea, not guilty. . li'M, jOonatable' Whaaly deposed : I arrostod Tprisoner yesterday afternoon alio wasTthuuV in fa state of drunkenness, <aiid 'was lying' id 'Sloano-streot; 1 have known her for three orjfour months, and she lias in my opinion no; lawful mptus ,of .supportsho hasvbuen before the court'on^jother'occasions Von a I siriiilar charge.; ] | f ; ' ^ .. i ,-;4 .,Ooiivio(edj;aod seni.'to'gaolior two] months 'with hard labour. '] .. v OBSOBNB LANGUAGE. .Thomas'O'Doll was charged-with having made use .of obsoene lpnguagp.; ^ -py Oonstable.Drummond dopo'sodf to (having 'seen prisoner near tfie Bridge Hotel on Fri day night; he was drunk and xnadeuse'of ,th'e language oomplained of. . \ . j / 'Prisoner asseried hisinnocenoe in a very vigorous style. Ho said that he was associ ated with the highest in tho ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Cool Proceeding. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

' /A Cool'Proceeding'.','' 'i/J. A;cool attempt: Bt crabbery was;'mado;on' Friday,night,at tlie Opera-houso!1- Shortly'' bofore the .performance of. ". S(truok rOil" terminated) » a ' man entered - the temporary passage leading to the'droSs cirole and'etHllsi; Bnd having secured the key'of tlie,'office door, got, into^thB'<.room;:without;boing DO tioed.u When deteoted^a, ,fa\T miriutoa ;later he was;filling 'his pboketsiwith tialcet8r!liav-! ,ing evidently adeeply rootodavoraion ito tlvo> 8U8peotgon^fJbe'|rlete4i8^^.vflft^as.aa,t:(}{\bole i vigorously assisted' iolo^jttfo"'''8Treet7':'':>apd,< quickly disappeared, ^hen it.iwas) found^tha(j iu hid hurry ho ,had i forgotten to-return'; tha key of tho ofBop, Efe,jff a8,iiowever,:,over hauled) in-George-stre^ and?, was^glad^ ;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shakespeare in Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

j '-Shakespeare in Court. jit lis not oftep that Shakespeare, ib cited as an authority ; still 'less often* thnt the immortal bard is, brought iti upon ,suoh a vital question as-to; y bother a,boilipg-ci6wn establishment emits, -"-noisome suiolls" or not. "Ln ex parte Elliot, which was being argued in the-'Suprome' Oourt;1 Sydhew'tlie other day, the main point was! whether!® the ^smells; from' Mr. . Blliott'fl i^boiling-jlo^wn 'establishment wore, hurtful - .orcharmless. The advocate for Mr. Elliott'insisted ! upon his oliont'e hi^h position in ttfe :,tradbV' 4Mr.' Salomons, Ci.O.,. in 'liis Teply£fc&HtiW'mtttoi-J oipality, quoted the king-inf-'Hamlet-"iMy oitlanoe.ia rank;, it, .smelly" to"'.- hortvon"-and insisted that tho applibant'B bigh' sianding' as a oaroase-butoher was'quite (immaterial;® f .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MODE OF ELECTION IN FRANCE. PARIS, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

,THE MOD Eo f ELEOTI ON- in FRANOE. f ' . tPAEi8, June 9. * limit* wi'io to bu carried on uniior tiio sci'utin de Jistc sys'ora, W.HB, nflor debate, tinully r j cted by the SOUBIH,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Curious Combination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

V V T~ ? 1 A Curious Combination.' I The latest'tbirig'in advertising ii'reportod from Ballara', where a Ohuroh notice board, pldcud as usunl io a conspicuous posiiion outside; tbe,))uildingj hps been utilise^. by a eanojr Scot connected therewith".," 4Undejrtbe . ordinary' announcements 'as1 to the time' arid , number of services and the name of the pastor, appears a reference of ail business inquirors to " Jotiu N-^ R-^--f atraet,' produce merchant."" iSinco"itis recorded xa Holy [writ that an apostle,, lodged, with''.one Simon, a tanner," I suppose that there is some kind of precedent even for this sihart oombinstionjjf sacred and seoulur advertise ments. '-!! * ' / U-4---5 S-f :/, \ b f

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEW ZEALAND LOAN FOR HARBOUR WORKS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

NEW ZEALAND-LOAN FOR W. . . BOUJ& WORKS. LONDON,' Juno 9. 1 . . Av loati lias been iBeuad. to-day .' for tho; construction of. harbour works in; connection iwithjthoi improvomontS' now-boing curried' out at'Port'Chalmers and Dunedin,liri' Now Zoalandv*" Tho amount^required is£100,000.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Approaching' Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

; Approaching' Land Sales Crown Lunda have h»m,n advurtiHed in the Government Gazette* for sule at the under mentioned places ? and .dates :-licrn'tua, .Wednesday,-15 Junt*; Boorowa, Wt'du^sdny, 29 Juue, WodnesdriyJ., 6 July ; Braidwuod, Wednesday, 6 July; Carcoar,,Wednesday, 22 Juno; Coo ma, WudnoB'ltty, 22 June,W,edneb driy, 29 Juuo, Wednesday, fi July; Oootnimw dry, Wednesday, 22 June, Wednesday, 29 June.Wednesdtiy, 13 July; Gundagiii,'Wed nesday,'"22 Juno, WediiOBdayj 29 June;* Qiieanboyan, Wednesday, 29 Juno; Wajjga WoKgn, Wednesday, 15 June, Wednesday, 22fJune; Wednesday, 6 July ; Wednesday, 13;July ; Yass .Wednesday, 13 July ; Young, Wednesday, 15 June, Wednesday, 22 Juno, Wednesday, 29 June.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE STEAMSHIP LIGURIA. SUEZ, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

THE STEAMSHIP LIGURIA. SUEZ, June 8. TUG Orient flteamship Liguria, homeward, arrived here to-day.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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THE QUEENSLAND MAILS. BATAVIA, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

THE QUEENSLAND MAILS. Batavia, J uoe 10, TJID ISritish-Indin Gbmpanjf's fiteamrhip -Boma sailed ro-daj with tue komoward Queeimlaud mnils.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

Iinpoundings. Adelong, on the 2nd of Juno from Yaveu Yavon, by Peterson and Sargood Iron-gray filly,' o+'O'.oobjoined' near.. shoul-: dor, .To be ? sold; on 30th July.-Eliza Stephen, pnundk'opp'piv , Buitii'AVA, on 31st May, from Burrowa Town Common, byj,order, of trus'teos ; sum due nt dnt» of notic, 17/ Rod and white bullock, wo-ker, DUN off rib's, N off rump, off ear marked-5' Also, on the 4tli June, from*.Pud man, .Oroek, by James Conroy ;; sum duo nt date of.notice, 15/9 eaoli :-Bay; horse, JH slanting near shoulder, hind feet white, broken, 3 years, 14 , hands; brown ?mine, 8 over MF or MtH near shyulder, MP or; Men over 8 near rump, star in foreheud. To bo sold on 23rd June.-H. Bock, poiind keepor. ?. . UluKRUMBTjnitAH, on 3lsfcMay,from Broken Daui, by 11. II. Roberts, Esq., J.P.:-Bay borse, star, whit» feutj suddle-marked, in one off ahouldor, on gand like- over | nnav shoulder, brolcon-in, aged., To be sold on 23rd June. J. Bourke, poundkeepor. SOUTH WAGQA, WAGGA, . on" 26i...

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A PLOT FRUSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 June 1881

A PLOT FRUSTRATED. THE city of Now York was thrown into an excited state early in April by a frus trated plot to abduct a child as u means of extorting money. The-family of Mr. Louis StruBburger, a wealthy jeweller, received (says the Times Philadelphia correspondent) during several weeks letters threatening to abduct his daughter Rosa, aged 11, ifI bu.UUU dollars vyere not paid. An attempt was made to abduct her, but failed ; and the case was placed in the hands of the de tective force,. Tha conspirators proposed that the governess should appear in a cer tain street, walking, over a specified route, with the money in an "envelope, dropping it when a pistol was fired. This was> tried several times, but no pistol, was fired. Fin ally, on' Thursday^ April 17, a letter came ordering this to bo done again immediately. The governess started with an envolope containing a blank paper, and walking, as instructed, jalong Sixty-first-strect towards Fifth-avenue. A detective, by a circuitou...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

Ilgi, MciDAtATLVmi «T0[®®S' jgMjjo&fqlly to'inform tbe'inlmbitantc of, *«r%? ^^.y0rn^8n^:suViouDdjng Districts that bo J: has" tanted;thpsQ'largo nndcomwodiotiB Prjemises In .;®l°5P^"f-''r.90t (opposite'. Messrs. Fur'ner and. Sons),, now known as tho-'j' i -. . : i " T , ' , L.%. 3H5 . ; ... " ! ' CLUB Hotel, ; "here bo'-hopes by civility,* utrict'attention to buii, Dess/Und fceeping none but the i,V iu/l, Very.,Bdst Brands oftWiribs,-Spirits, g£V ShdjBeers, :: To merit £ Bbaro of public patronage. "* ,s V He also*beg» to inform them that, through speoiai nrrangemeuts-whicli be baa made, bo is enabled to Travellers and ^be public generally I . JMBafrr, ; AccojwMoii.vrioiv j ("Conducive1 to''their comfort, . and is determined to . liuiitt'jiiitinfj Kml ml iii.. makB the j.ii.'.iiiii.-iui(i 1; : rarosr ci,iJBjHr«Tisr, * ^ L Bkond to'riorie in the city;'. aouaoai. jahski: ; Pi^st-class Stabling.* ihit.i (Strictly' Modertile. ' * " j D. - ?McCAL%'tfM;' " ? ? : ooillu Pbofhibtob....

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

IVo GOLD MEDALS awarded American Waltbam Watches; the only medals -awarded-' to exhibitors of watches Melbourne loter , national Exhibition, 1880. All genuine Waltliam Watches have, thev trade : mark, f' Waltliam, Jlttss." engraved on the pla|e: of the watch. ' ' ! i ?TRADB MAIHC, WALTJTAM, ' MASS.-The AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY, of. Waltliam, Massachusetts, U.S.A.,' hereby pives notion that their Trade Mark, " Wnltl)aui, 'Mass.^" is how registered in,the Australian Col.onibs . of-Victoria, New South VVHIOS, and New Zealand. Pioce'editijis will bo takonagfUu^t. any person copying or imitating1 the satrie; or any vendors .Hellion or' offonng| for* sale' watches* bearing . colorablo imitations or in, any wuy intriiiijitiir our viigh I American Watuh Company, Wnlthain, MBSH, ' \ ".» I Municipality of Goulburn. I TENDERS. ?mEiVDERS REQUIRED for tho FOLLOWING JL WORKS: - For flaking Gates and Wickets to Recroaliou i ^ Ground, North Goulburn. i I<or Filliugiiip, Lovolliug, and Sowi...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news?"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

, NEWS AND NOTES. ?' ''! "lltief; thoni' tmil vrUnt'i'iiie news!"-King Jalin. : " Three additional magistrates have been , appointed to the'looul bench, Goulburn. '? i/1'he Glent.Innes Council have'voted a con siderable sum' of money ? towards the recep-' ' tio-\, ot.tlie Ministers. n ' : The weather was1'very clear in Goulburn ";»on'Sunday:": night lor. witnessing tho '' ' eclipse. . ... , .. .. i: M .An .= hotol> out ,south ' Bays generously of " . . another " that it stands without arrival." The. prisoner Bryant, who escaped from - w. n.Cooma gaol irecently, has not yet;been cap-. 'turedi ? i' '.,i ?...jA iivqly mooting,was,held' in. connection with the proposed Burrowa Mechanics'; In jBtute cluringjast week. ???? . / ; t _'' Sir 'John O'Sh'annssy has purchased Mount 'Howell station, in;-tho' South Gregory:dis triotj Queensland; with horses and cuttle. '.NoV'Hsolvont,-Richard Sanderson, of Tuiuiit,'"innkeeper. ^Liabilities, £86 16/G; assets, £23 9/G. Mr. Lloyd, official assig ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LONDON. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

'-LONDON. , SATURDAY. ? -The Fenians, charged with being con cerned in the attempt to blow up the Liver . .. pool.Town Hall, have been brought before the1 court and remanded. . , Ms vBevoral of thoso arrested for complicity the rccout riot at Corlr, liuve been sum i monod,-convicted under the Coercion Aot,. 7 and imprisoned.',, , .!>. ? !. '';'It is reported that the last great conjet is ii nguih visible at KimOerley, in South Africa. It is supposed r,o be the cometnow visible in Australia, and discovered tby. Mr. Tebbiiti. . Foxhall won tho Parisian Grand Prix,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS. MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

YASS. M ONDAY . EVENING. Tliera was a .magnificent view of the comot hero on Saturday, Sunday, and this rnorningj betwoou A arid 6. It appeared duo '? oust; ' , Last ? nightitho eolip80 of tbo moon was " visible hero ; the night was beautifully clear. i.\ "At the district court.to-day, fourteen cases wore disposed of. Tho court was adjourned. ,. .lit 10 minutes past 12 till Tuesday morning,. 1 10 o'clock. . ' ,! To-dity,' before Mr. Yates, Mary Ah Doo was"charged with stoaling a jug from s! r.Oussuer's: public-house,. aud was remanded -till Wednesday. . The judge .gave'an important decision to day respecting auctioneers' commission.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS, FXIOM OUtt OWN' COttHESl'OKDEXTB.] SYDNEY. 1 iloNBAV NIGHT. IT is, currently reported clxut Mr. W. A. ? Duncan, the Collector of Customs, will re tire ut the cud of r.ho present month> and that Mr. G, A. Lloyd, M.P./will bo his suc cessor. A portion of the new ceiling in the Town Hall, fellchip morning, the plaster being of a very sandy nature. , A telegram to-day from the wrecked ship Queen "of Nations states that the sea is ; smooth and down;, The ship has been eased ofher'top hamper, and is much steadier. They hope to have a wire connected to-day. ThreOi Inrge steamers loft, last week from China for the Australian colonies with a cargo of new teas . '' A mail namodi Andrew Dunn committed a violent, ass-mlt ou another man named Dun can'on Saturday1 night while *confined in p ii. qeli' at ; tlie; Central Police ,Station. Dunn was so seriously,- cut ' tk'st he had to be re '^dved'l^lij^T^rmaryl'""T"~ ,7"'~ .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyranis and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JUNE 14. GOULBURN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

I>XJBX.ISI-IEr) EVERY MOKNISTG Trulli, ever lovely sincn tlio worldlieRiw, The Tod of tyrants and tlio friend of lniin,-Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JUNE 14'. ' - ? " . . " .. ? 1 GOULBURN PROGRESS COM-. ' MITTEE. WHEN; the movement Avas initiated last year \rhieli lod (o i llio formation1 of :a' progress committee: in Goulburn,! we hailed the pro ceeding as. a wise and, at the same time, a very necessary step.; It had beoome appar ent'-to.. those who wore.anxious for i the' prosperity of the city, and district, that, unless' something was done, many ? subjects whioh requirod looking after, .would" bo ncgleoted or otherwise altogether' shelved. With the objoot," therefore, of stirring up our members, aiidj.fromtimeto timo, 'giving thom hints on matters of interest to the poo ple whom- thoy-:represent,, a,progress com mittee wassformod. Naturallyiithe.'publio wish to know what the members of this com mitted are about;' , There is liitlo satisfaction in meetings' being Held if we'a...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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