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Honest Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

Honest; Officials.* j1.;'Not withstanding;;, blinkoBpeare's-iBBBortion that ^-All mon" are rogues ? by nuture," wo have a firm fuifch in the general, honesty 'of civilised communitiea. 'When oxoeptional phases) of honesty ocour, however, they should be recorded as examples for thnso likely lo be led imoiteinptatipn,- nnil with ihis view we extract <the.'following instance of official probity from tho'Hobarti Merunry of. June 24 " Aii old uion; named John Wood; died in n hut in 'Despard-Btroefc.'slt, was thought that he had/some, money in,bis possession. ! When his; body was, taken to the' hospital - morgue, summoning (ofiicor. Maum imd P; G; lieard searched, the;house, and in doing eo came^across small rolls of notes stowed away, here, aud thero. No onn WBB in~ the house with, them,, and they! mi«ht easily .; have, appropriated ihe sum " they found-upwards of"£60-or part of it, to thi'ir Wn uBo.a: But thoy.did not. ; Although ^hore.-was no proof ito show;that-the deceased...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Revised New Testament. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

The Revised ? New Testament. ? 'TWfollowing; is the version of the;Lord'a Prayer given in the rovised NowTeetftinent: lather I. wbiolr art in ; lioaven. Hallowed bo thy - n'nmo.w Thy' kingdom ooine. Thy.will be dono, ns in heaven, bo on earth;";' Give us this day our dailyi bread. , And forgive us our.debts, ns wo also have forgiven our debtors. And lend us not into temptation, but deliver us from, the.1 evil: one."' (Tho doxology is omitted.)

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Opium-Smoking Among Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

I ^ ^ ? 5 Vi-r^^1 4 t^-l 'Ot)ium:Smokinef1 Among Aboriginals. I'^The 'Viooofiopium^smokingHSiSprandiug among, the1 aboriginals; of; the'oent'ral-dialriots'; of Queensland., . A' paragruph inj'tho Rock'-* liamptoa^Bu]l0tm.ofctliOi23rd. Juno says,:-, 1 The 'disastrous','effects of 'opium-smoking' !Jhave^r0oeivedvyeV(iinotbdr!;illustrntion.'m Iho death of, a "blno!tfeIlow who was camping wilh.othorsiofilns raco about,a ;mile from the: ?Turfy Hat,o 1,,, Lion i. Creek., tJ 11. t a pp o ar'a (he unfortunate'man ,bad been, for ,some' time pastaddioted- to" the pernicious - habit of chewing \fiudvBtnoking- opium, eo muoli^so that he seldomleft-.tho oamp. ;;;His sfellows,' with a'devotion voitby of a better cause, kept him''continually i supplied with the diug, and on,Tuesday night lio suooumbed to its terrible'influenco,' passing away from this life in a dead stupor. . { - i«.j- , - . f i

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Foot-race. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

* Footi-race. A North Goulburn correspondent sends us tlioiiollowin{c:-The 100'yards foot-raco,. fbotwoen-.MoFflrlarie and iPaskins,. 'for £3 i'd-side, caniofoff on Saturday;on'Bn excollent i Ipieo'e of ground near, the now gaol.. After a i roonsiderabloitimo was spent m,preliminaries i and unnecessary'harauguing', an?,;admirable I start wbs: effected'by .Mr. Belgrove, and, i contrary,to tho oxpBotations.of.tlie^gaolilea,". I Paskina won'by fivoyards,' hands "up." "I 1 hope to see Paskins mntohed against a foG- I man: more.,worthy, ofhis.stool,era, long.. ,iA I handicap \ull probably take place, among-! ithe/' gaolites^onMkor lCfch'of Julyrf.i'iriv i ^

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meat Freezing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

" 1 ji "'"Meat 'Freezing. ' .'y VBoth.in England nndjn'Viotoria'mB lreez-^ iVg-prnooW is attracting more attention's it: (bGcomea^bettBiMisundorstood'.-i Tlio, Ouzpo, of the Orient line,;now on hor wnjj'horo,1 has ,boon'Jfiitod>in London with1'the largest frooz I itig nppiiral'us yet orfoted on board tiny.ship,* l andfonpablo oftdoljvering'eOjOOO'lqubio^foe^ I of nir per hour/^cooledj from 60'deg. to|>*10(V 'deg^|bGlow!);Z»r'o;;^'Itj8;i|.bout fourjjijnes.as , pW'orful'-1 as] 'th'o machine*. employed'' on '.vbboirdvtheipio^MKBlup^the^ErotosV^butlqnly, ooonpToVaboutihalf.! tuo; space.? if.Tbe^P.rotoa herself * lias "just "'snilod with another largo, shipment of ovei\!4000 carouses of sheepand 200 bodies,' of bnef. ,'Th'e machinery at the f . .> .<»? ". ir .;M qh^!;ov has boon frozen just ns u wns lulled. The mnchinery js in oxrolU'iit .worln'nir older, Hnd wjlh Iho oxpprionco of t!u> t««st to nTxido thoso in choriio of ir, ;,a Buo'-'ossful voyage i8 confidently ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Stores. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

.-JAlready we have any. amount of'grocery establishments in town, but yot'.'there are Hhose'who Relieve room exists,lor more. .! Ac cordingly,'wo are shortly to have'ithree new places: of, business < opened., ,M.rl J.- Smith is'preparingvto commence' on; his *o«'u ac count jnt'the', stores," recently* ocoupied by ,Messrs. 'P'."Gr. M'yersf'andsCo, Mrs.r VV. 1& Diguam .wur'also'soon'opeii'heri wine and spirit'storG'i'next to;whiit. wos, lately known as the*Argvlo'..Odsb' Store, 'and we under stand the Hew buildings recently ereoted by the Meohaxrios'InstituteCominittoo have been.)j rented t'for/ the ('purpose of usinpVthem as business stores,also.^',EnterprisV,is'1jthus on I the increase, and, umy'those who1 possess it ! 6ucoeed as thoy deserve.,« , , ' !

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

^"Tr.ir .ir-iw ^ X<^r&uV: ' If_. fn;_.-jCj?Ai'wyi'I - - ' " Wjieiie ib ill** Jason?" ! - j J^Sv>n, | Want t> gii. on Jio»rJ,*si ? T ko y,iU;:Pprl puVi TTf,tho l«dy n nrd,jir.Ifiv.« niinutrs. Nici* | cu4ijon\{«ir«lio. l<wlv, >i*." p i ; | A x ?^-^ifd-'tiiQ' \vl«oJhad1' been lazily. !j Bculling up*iini~di»wu m frjnt <>f tho Terr ier>' if uPipl?, 'ai Qruyusou'l. W hmcii'ol ojtf<iro,J rbused'liiinsblf/niid, I y a coupla of viijorous,I s pkb's hr Wh| hiH.boita'ongsirjn <he stairs., ('?'Tlicrgt'nll 'nr.n1 u> t-whln» Bpoko«g?«ve,j ^'iVhis arm. lb bis; Iiojnuln'iL'in. and )'». n lud ln'r j with tb^;:Kioai|'8ti;io:o" in o ili« Bto:nj-,i»«<l took ttis;s0i(< bo.«idp Ijev. y: i- r::i TlJen ill. W'ltGiinhi I'liilof'"ffi.pnd ,in n . minute .wns xnakiin K'i'irl tvtjy inworj,* the, .A /tyfe sliipi'liVn? ,in*JiSicJrijt-l«'n.ywiiiih-.lie If-d indicated when, fmt nddro^ed. ; s .LoljU0rli)J)lc Cttro^l...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Another Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

Another Death. i! A youriR lad Darned Fallon, son. of Mrs. F/illon, of the Australian Arms, Olinton airoot, died yostenlny frum inflnmtnBtion of (ho lungs, after a short. illnesB; y'DocoaaQfi had been exercising freely: one night last 'woek, nnd inoautioualy exposed hiinsolf to: the cool "aii" which endod in a sovere cold being contracted, causing death. .;

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

A: ? Wanted N ERRAND HOY.' Apply fit BUSHMAN'S Tailoring Estntiliwhmont. Wanted AN ELDERLY-WOMAN us HOUSEKEEPER to Widower and family of young Children on 11 selection about 20 miles from Gonlburn. Apply (with references) by loiter to ? WILLIAM PRICE, . ' , Gullon. -Wanted ! KNOWN that from £5 to £1000 may tio obtained on good.security. Apply to W.-RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Australian Auction Mart, Aubnrn-st. > ETWEES' Bishoplhorpe and A. M. Hunt and _ > Co.'s Store, or bclwoen Hint place and Ardgownn, a largo CAM ICO BROOCH. The finder will be rewarded on returning tbo samo to the office if Messrs. F1NLAY mid CO;, Belmoro Square, Uoulburn'. . T© Teamsters. TENDERS aro invited for DRAWING COAL from tlio Mine up to Momce's Siding, ? Tenders will bo received up to tho 6th iuat. For particulars, apply to; 1 ? ; IIENRY HARPER, Marulan. -iFniieral. rriHE friends of Mtis. FALLON nra ronpootfullf JL invited to attend tlio funeral of her Into son, WILLIAM JOHN FALLON. . ? The procoenion - ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

Deaths. . A. great many young una oia.uava pBB3ou away during'the lust quarter. S .mo of (hose who bt»vo been,in the Goulburn dis triat for y«nrs wore amon/ tho; number, nnd their shuffling off ol the mortal coil was not altogether n surprise, although it causod grief and pnin to ; thosB ifrionds left behind | to mourn the logs of . thedeparted oni'B. Altogether, there must have been no losis | tbnn twenty deaths during tbe.tbreomoiitbs just concluded, and in n few instances those whose' names have boon placed onr the obituarylist wereoithor oftender.yearsorelse ju6t approaching that'period whi<n life is to most of us a source of pleasure by reason of the present joys placed .within our reach, or else because of the vision's of happiness it holds forth ob likply'to be ours at no distant date. Tor such there is naturally more regret when they die, than? for, those who have reached the alloted three score'and ten, . unless indeed we believe that Whom the gods Jovo die young...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 4 July 1881

"OliffltGLMOTEt;;'.':, , ";t , ^ - l'Gri0;.KJi:3Ii'>^!'0">E2' 3$T . J H{'»i *>t >'rT &*.,> th'v.wtu\-i*t:i- fumM'trui}} j l/vj t-., ' .' 1 -!jf 1,1 >'-rr-vi J '. i wee AXEpar j ,'t> KQS'5'u»rl-l"(f",,S''t0 infpfVn the* inlmblUnti of "?riifl rtfiTiHi11ri'i.'niul1 bViri'qiiii<Iy11itr Diali'ifata ^t'iiitgliu-' liugreulod'tlioso liruo'iin'd 'anmltiudioiiN l'luniifiM 111' iSlpun'otRtreotR^pj'OSltfcAliiBSis.'Ktiriiur-.utid^fluiisJ,. now kuowii-ns tiiu-'- « -.h. v" .'| ^ItflinfOKr'-5 ©ffjWB WOT'ElL, , 'Wh1i/o~;ifo5l;qp^b)'/oi^ilityi^liict iilteution lo^l^u.jj iiusflj* nndltuophig iimiolnn ,?» . ]' ;jn;A " V GYjtB os t" Br an "d's of ^Wine's, Spirits,, ftpfe§|^ It Lt/j.VV n n., u\J > »K. ? . .J ,To inci itjn.phm o(pf ptibHu.pMriiiingo./if f ? iiiillu nl8(i b3g<-t|( nilniin.tlH'in tltht,,! hroilL'JUfpooinl I ri c I'n i i ff ti it | i>"»t* f,wiliiofi; hU'i( inati n n d o,, I i u; is i o'-j nblutllo ; ({li n r« n 13U<t&amp...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

; CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.:; ' i The following aelGctions vore takon' up at theVundemahtionad land pffloea on .Thursday laat7;' s ;; n Quaanbeyan.-Duncan Oonnell,: 160 iaores, ;aeotion .21, '' parish TuggerBnorigi y opunty . ''M^u^^^.Qjrovie'OdmpbeU^O' abrea;'section ,gl/;r.panah;' .Tuggernnong', county^.Murray j A.:, H. tQ.-MfDonuld> .60-mores)'-;sootion -.13,^ parish Ouppacumbalong(county Oowleyj .jsHv« ftane'De^Bnltei' 320 aoxo^!Be'otiodJ|2iy'.pati6h Cuppacumbalong, county Cowley ; Augustus Gibbs, 40 acres, sociiou 21, parish Yarra lumla, county Murray ; John William Blewitt, 100 r-crei', auction 21, parish Salugaudra or Bedulludr, county Murray ; Samuel Taylor, 80 acres, sections 14 and 21, parish Bywong, county Murray; Frauoia Young, 40 acred, section 21, parish. Wallaroo, county Murray; Elizabmh J. M'Keahnie, 40 Bcros, section 13, pariah Tbarwa, county Cowley; Thomas Bbanaban, 460 aoros, section 21, parish Thurralillv, county Murrry; William Folleit, 40 acres, section 21, par...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, tlien ( nnfl vrliat'a tlio now« I"-King John. Parliament opens to-day. Yesterday was the anniversary of declara tion of American independence. . Vaccination at Breadalbano on Wednes day next (gratis). The Princes during1 their stay in the colony will be shown the Zig-zag. Vaccination is still being carried on by the local medical gentlemen. . An attempt was made to assassinate Pre sident Garfield. ' Constable Eglington left Queanbeyan for Cootamtindra on Wednesday. The Manaro Mercury says that night marriages are becoming fashionable in Oooma. Mr. P. G. Myers, M.P., was entertained at a dinner at Crookwell by his constituents ou Saturday last. The steamer Ocean will be quarantined if she. proceeds to Melbourne. Out of the frying-pan into the fire. The Commercial Bank in Adelaide have, proposed to double their capital by tko issue of £50,000 £5 shares. The free list on the tramways is only open to blackfellows and members of Parlia ment. . \ ? ' ' The tramway ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) ILLNESS OE THE EMPRESS OF GERMANY. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

J ? . ?'liTEST ;;:BY, CABLE. : .;. ..{Ftom'tht Sydney 'Strati,) .. ! \K,. ILLNESS OE THE.EMPRESS OFI .. .GERMANY. . LONDON. July.3. . i Tho EmpreaB of 'Germany, -who has jbe©rif seriously ill,' but a day or, two ago was; ..thought. to be recovering, has .suffered a relapse. " ... T ' " ABYSSINIAN ATTACK ON A FRENCH , MISSION. /: I'';-, , < i .; ? LONDON, July; 3.., ,.'. Abyseimans; have attaokod a Fronoh jmis Bion station. ???''? ' j .FENIAN THREATS. . > .) ' LONDON, JulyjS.,'** Tho Fenians havo threatened to blow .up Hawardon' Ouatle, tlio sdat of theRiglitHoni :JWt'E;'Gladstone,ftnd'aljoEaton:_Hall.'.*ah': HUNGARIAN ELECTIONS. LONDON, July 3. In tlio late olecfioDS ia Hungary, tho Liberals won fifty seats. RISING OF NATIVES IN TUNIS. Pahis, July 2. In consequence of tho rising of natives at 8f<ix, and tho resistance offered to tbo land ing of French troop?, tho position of the Europeans at that place during the last few days baB beoomo extremely critical. ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WASHINGTON. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

WASHINGTON. SUNDAY. The latest bulletin' states that President Garfield's physicians are more hopeful, and that the alarming, symptoms of last night, whiolrrosulted from great loss of blood and shooLto.the system, have to a groat extent subsided, and, though not altogether free from danger, tho condition of the' President is considerably improved. The bullet , which lodged in hia thigh, and thence penetrated ' to the region of the liver} still remains embedded,.and the surgeons have not yet' probed for it. The crisis, however, is, expeotod to-night. During the. last- few hours the President had some little rest and sleepj and was able to take a little nourishment. Altogether, the demeanour of the patient is calm and cheer ful, anid the temperature of his bodyis normal. The exoitemont over tho, affair was some thing intense, the crowd at the railway-Bta tion where .the attempted assassination took place were furious, and it was with groat difficulty they were prevented from lynohing ...

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. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [LULOM GBEVI LLK'S TELEG1UM COMPANY.J SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. The doatk of Mrs. Hughes' inlant was confirmed to-day by an offiuial telegram from tho quarantine station. All the patients are doing wo]l, with tho oxoeption of Mrs. Rout's obild, which is sinking fast, A private cablegram from London to-day reports the death of Mr. John Dowling, late manager of tho English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, in Sydney. At tho sale of frozen fiah, per Ouzco, from Loudon, to-day, tho competition was Black, and only two-thirds of tho quantity offored was sold. Salmon brought from 2s. 6d. to ?7fl.'por lb.; turbot, la. 3d. to 3s. ; cod, Is. 6d, to 2s. 9d. ; and soles, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 9d. per lb. ? A'draymnn named Saxton, agod 22, was killed this morning through falling off tho shaft of ? hiB dray, and the wheel passiug over his chest. The mooting of sympathisers with tho the Irish National, Land League wa3 an enthusiastic one, and about £70 wore subscribed.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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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: TUESDAY, JULY 5. STEAM TRACTION v. HORSE TRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

IJ,IJ33,R,XSI-XEP . EVRBITY "IMOIKNTITG-'. .''' 'TFUTJN Javcr lovely ILNOA the world began,* F/T;'L')IOFOO of tyrants NMLTLIO frlonfl of MNRI.-CamplcU.; ... GOULBURN: -. TUESDAY, JULY 5. STEAM' 'TRACTION Y.> HORSE TRACTION/'. "... ! A loud outcry is raisod iri'Syd'ney.just now flg-ainsfc (lie iramvyayisystem.Ith is alleged that tho steam tramways'nro injuring trade, , niid unnooossarily endaogoringrtho lives of * ! the{citizens,:"' find a. olamovous j,demand .is made for a substitution .of ,horse-power for steam-power as a'tueana of . traotion for tho tramoars. A, portion, of ?>. tho ^metropolitan press has jpineti'iii^bo outory,, and warmly advooatea a'return ,to horse's,.and.Ihe 'disuse of the dangerous*Wtivdr power *qf 'steam.' This looks: very\jlikoi,.,retrogression|;. and plainly sIIOWB that'improvement1 in ihtfmode " of carrymg;:pas6qngor&'haa",b'een'" too rapid of late to suit tho easyfgoing'notion's of some' * of "tho Sydnoy people.' 3STo one, ^horhas travelled...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT GARFIELD. NEW YORK, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF' PRESIDENT GARFIELD. New Yonir, July 2. AN attempt was nafade this morning, by some person whose name is at present unknown, to Bssassiaate General Garfield. It nearly proved successful. The President was on the point of starting on a journey to tbe north, and whilst at iho railway station a man fired several shots at binr from a short distance. It was at once seen* that General Garfield was seriously wounded, and he was immediately convoyed to tbe White House. This afternoon a report haB been made ourrerit that tbe President's wounds are of a most dangerous character, and may prove fatal. . The attempted assassination has caused intense excitement in this city. The assassin has boon arrested. Night. President Garfield's wounds have been carefully examined. Tho physicians report two bad wounds on the right arm and hip, and, though of a critical nature, they Btato that they may not necessarily provo fatal. It is rumoured that the assassin is a dis missed Ci...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Goulburn Meat-Freezing Company. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

LOCAL 'AND . GENERAL NEWS; Goulburn Meat-Freezing... Company. , .A meeting-favourable to..the /formation o'f" the Goulburn Mealffreezing Company was bold at the Temperance;-'Hall}'/Crookwell; iniraediatolp after, the tramwuy; ,mqetiiig on Saturday. Tlio/ohairman, of'itho^provi'aiunul directors,- and Mp;rrMy.er.B;-i.woreifpro8ent>Jto'. explain the objeot of'ihe <company'.; Mr. G. D. Iluy in tho ohair.1' A- imbiber' of shares iwoio «ialten ; up,'- and, tho,'.meeting seemed' well'satisfied with- tho expliioaiioa given** eoveral present having promised'to'inHueiiuoi their frieuds to take'shares;';: t

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

.'' COOTAMUNDRA: 1" NEWS. I . ('FROM Oui^OoruinsroND'uNT,.) THE STATION Mast'eii.-The Oootamundrn residents 'lourn' j' with';m'uoh; satisfaction i" mingled with^regret'' thiH'f Oh'arles Little, Bsc^r,. has k been promoted .via- the .railway department* and consequently- haV t'o leave our t'ow.n for;, P e t u r a h a m. rjT h e J'e h t i a fa c t i o n is that so^doaerving anofficor hasi received .promotion.? . Th0 -rog'ret, thafci,8o-igenial a townsman . and. ,';HOoial.: gontlamun, ' and; 'obliging official should'-benparfied from us. xlimay^montionvtbatywben, the^peopla< hero wore affrighted"', by*!tho>8mallipox'i ruoiours Mr. Little plaoedrtho whole'ofr the railway, staff ^ JwitbinT.: bis «-' superintend6noe|^ under. 's^eoial,(orders':'and rrule^'regdrding-a: striot survoillanoo'^of'iflllKj^ arriving rmt tho/Oootainundraff station. :for^VI ftowri) or 'Temorai sMr.i.'H.'.vT. .Giddy, late WJ| sidtionlmastor at'lNewbridgej^arrived hero .on Friday to relievo Mr. Littlo.i...

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