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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

A aiaNAr, iiiutanoo of the oaroleaunGuu with whicii tho doingo, o£ Parliwaent are noted appears in tio announcement of the Primo'MiDistor that pooplo con tinue to' writs to Hm—and to, other Alinistera too— soliciting appointments in the Public Service. And this in spite of the fact that the FubUs Service Btli was {or montha bofoie the oonnt)^,tbat every newspaper has made some allusion to its provisioast that the metropolitan' dailies gave particulars of its provisions and commented upon thorn, and aluo reported the'mauy debutes on th9.2aea.Hure- and that HAN3AUD ia oupplicd without cnarge to every School of Arfca library through ut tho tomtoiy» Whet aro t?e to malie of thio vyaatof intelligent appreciation of tho \7osh of Pcrliamont? Ao for as it ban bean possible to inform the olactors md'ppoplo of Nov7 South Walca of v;lmfc their ropri!r,2nt'\tivco havo done in tho snatfcor, biic!i rotonnation hao bean given. And yat v/a fine?, psoplo c.c ing aa if tho Public Sorvico Act had noi ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

PREOBXTKaiAN* 1 Holiday, Fob. 16. — Dairtjato, 11 am. an-f 7 ?O p.m.; Gandoy School Eauminclioa at 3. , BC7. A. Q. UlOKIE. MEU03 ti* npia.10. THU38DAY, PBDnKTASY Gtb, 1BBB.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Bank of Sydney. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

©©Jinno.xlri1 Kguafe ©C0y-3iaey» HALr-YEARLY MLLTING. Th half- early rioting -f proprietors o£ ^he ComL. rcid Bank ot S\di,ej was i»ld m S^dno^ on tLe- 2^th nit , Mr L 1 / lrd Ki o'- in tho coeir Thi ro{ -ifc picaont'd included the fol lo\/ic —^ho 1 -un^j it tlio eiontof: uroht and lo ccount, f ft jr deduciuie rebate op - m oal billd and ncciucd inter cot on ii « d do{ isitj, payiunf note taj.,. aiic1 »)i ivid m 01 b o.nd ooubtiui debts,. imounto to £53,901 2& 8d. out of which tl-o di to j ^.cjin ? 'ad tho following pf mpri inn — -To tho jaj-utnt 01 a dividend tor tlio L \U -p^ at to late of 3 )u t-tut por uncurn £10 22G- 19a lOd , to h il n o bauit' undiviutd piollt, '1 ,73 Lh TQZ ILeiono /oh'j jomaina ruo sum ox £-798 t- be receued o'1 the crlkd up cipi- 1 ol £400,000, tho last inntalm nt of \ Lich fall duo on 1st mat In m-vin^ tT 0 adoj on of tho report^ tho chnrman, PJr EJr rd 3».no^, p^id . ? lou willob rvo trci ?- thi. report we have th pi nsurc tj trt ont to jou that ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHARGE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

CHARGE OF BIGAMY. At tho Tamv7orth Quarter Sessions on Wednesday taot, boforo his honor Judge Cofrey, Frederic!: 'Warburton Her?, loto 01 Bomba^a, who on the previous day plcuclcS r.oti guilty to c, cb, -n»o of bigitmy. withdrew hin |-loi un& vy'io pcnt^nced to threj ycaw* nonal aurvificde.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Metropolitan Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

Metropolitan Items. BY £ I. £ ' A coNFBitENCE of 1 18 political L »bor League has b««n ttitti Jg in Sjduo\ dur ing the week, and the members there A decided to scold the solidarity legislators with nil the acerbity at thoir c mtrol Tho Labor party iwe contr llo I hj c uicun in the IIouso, and thin are a -mod w hon Purli i*nont is in L°iaion Th» r ort of tho Labor League practically c£~rge3 tl Li^bor nnrfc i-ith politic 1 impoit \c i - ofiecL any lmpio/ou nt in tho co'iditiop of tho or1 or 'nd *' 0 \ a 1 ' 1 v~ 7 ' Thoy aio a' o c u do' i' luiotc-^ uin Uppfr Houco ig orn- '-nrl ret anoadniout - tho Eh Ko \l fiii? Ino on 1 1 nt ln fie*', v in ° iiiiVncho \ 1 nd dif snt ilfd nnor1 ^im v j i u 1I1 iii.c 1 of the i-epi oent tivoorliboi m ho in l\ Tho v itoi h'0i ' ho m cli inn -n c it ih'o flu'!-!^ tl ^ )lcc(' o' n^ Ahj.t ho\ rorlly 'bought ' m.'1 1 I ul lOiii ovolu*iou j coiruuj,, co r t.T_lt oi tho L b r purfcv 1 pei ih-h in 1 rJia noi t !n t» 1 of thit hot /1 v 1 tin (-nt«nncH c -??'J...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Intelligence. AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

' ,. lL©e&I' Intelligence. , ? , — . ? ?; — ht-1 v AUCTION SALES. , Oh Wednesday, next, Mr.'Witton will submit' to public auction, at Delegate, c. nnburban foxm of 4 acres 27 perchso, 700 wethers, 20 head mixed cuttle, and houco hold furniture and store goods.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

General 'BJcivs. A Cool Costomhe.— A Coolgcrdio Afghu, ? advertises uh followo : ' I am leaving my business horo to c-i homo. Anyone owing money to rao ploiwo como to me and sottlo, and if I ov/o money to any othwr person I am coming back again in twelve months, and good-byo to all t'rio.jdn and a morry Chriotmao to all. — Gool Mahomot.' iMiionALiTV in Meldoueme. — A dopu tation waiti'd'upou tho Chiof Seoiotavy of Victoria ou Wednca-lay lust on the sub ject of tho number of girla, many of weak intcll«;ct, who an) allowed to par ade tho btrfots of tho city, thorobv cro atinir a ti-rriblo condition of im uorclity and depravity, and oxpensi- tn tho Stuto ia looking aftor illegitimate ehildron. Mino Sutherland stated that lotn of theao irirlo bename mothers at 14. and come of thom had a tiird child at 10. Tho depu tation suggodted an amendment of tho Lunacy Act go as to deal witli the ques tion. The Minister, while sympathising with tho object of the deputation, could noo no practical u...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

'?? ? . -Fiitoi-Nates.;''-' [By Orpheus.] lTKM:'TbB Bohedulea 'and ? regulations under the now system of (taxation will probably b« iasned in a fortnight.' In a few days, it poems', there will bo jnuttored, and spoken too, curses loud and deep, and direct taxation will lio blapphem woly condemned, for it io m oinpalnr chura-terirttic of human nature that a man ia qnito willing to pay twenty times tho amount indi ectly that ho pay' directly. Though tho landown ers and '? incomorb ' — to coin a phraso — lin- w that thoy will pay away directly a far leas amount in ts^c^ than- tho,) would havo to pay in Cuotomo duties indirect! , yet b^ccu-o c liitlo h ird raonoy io taken from tlu-m on tho spot, inster.d of a much frroutor craount throuch tho storekeeper - r cgunt, otc, in a hiddon way, thoy — that ic- come of thorn, that in, furthor tho heated op .oii outn of thecs ta;:ec — givo out their in tontioa of reducing wugca though. Jao* knnvn ca well no hia ra oter how mut ters stand. -o o. P...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

; ' and BORDER POST. PUBLI8HE0 AT DELEGATE EVERY THUBSDAY MORNING-. * ' . t e ^'and Circulating is .Dkleojupe,' Cbaioxs, B6hbaul, Cobeowono, Tombono, Delboatet Bivxb, 1 T Waixsndmby, Bsnsoc and Bonanq (Vic.) PliOWItlGHT AND DAW8ON9 PROPRIETORS. ' .' !- ' ' THE POLICY IS PURE^LY DEMOCRATIC. THE ARGUS Will be thoroughly ReprtHent. ive of tuA District'-—. Clean, Newsy, and / Interesting. l' * » V - '- Terms of Subscription : 4s PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. - ' 5a w if BOOKED. ', 7s 6d per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. 10a „ if BOOKED., ' - »..'?' REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE OR PO. ORDER. ., - - -. ?. Bates of Advertising : . SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, ' ~ ' FIRST INCH, THREE SHILLINGS; EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO ',-'- r' r ' ' SHILLINGS. / DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCH, THREE SHILLINGS. ' , / ————— j Special Bates for Standing- Advts. BUSINESS BIEN ARE' REQUESTED TO TRY THE « ARGUS' AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Judicious Advertising Pays. Just watch t...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

\ ? ?Newsand Notes'. '?- '' There are now Soya -widow's la the Royal Family. ,n t - . 4 N ' . i ' I ' ,-. Tanked Doodle, i» pure Mended Mr* giniaa.-~Ai-vT/ ( ,»*,,? , The Premier in puzzled for a popular programme tosubmit. to members when Parliament meets. ' A laborer at Pictda wob charged with (( vagranoyi, and tboVthV accu ation so i ' ' ' much to heart that he suicided. i i The Tjcjtytlcal Labor League Conference ' ( ' ha* passed aToteof cannuroon the Min ► , ( iste**for-Wor-s,'lnit Hr. Young's roaigna i ( , tion of his portfolio ia not expected. 1 i ( rV y V? , , - , j Whan membenof the Government visit -V - protectionist «onstituenoy they invari ' '!' - i *ably, eulogise the Tspret-eutative. Thin is ' -i'j'r true political toot and courtesy. , ' - ' /'Mr.} Angus Cameron was one of the i }\\ moat 'fluent members of the Assembly. 1 .He lacked, however,' personal magnetina,' ' ' l ? 'and- was' rarely eloquent [ Logic wa» his 1 , v ' ''strong point. - ' ^ J ^' - '''? /l ' ' The Lu...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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FIRE AT NELBO HERY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 6 February 1896

FIRE AT NELBOTHERY. 0-v Saturday nigh6 lsst, or early on Sun- ' day zsorning, a firo occurred at Nel bothtsy, by whioh a abed bontaSniag 80 :- b lea of wool, tha property of Mr. M. Tierney, was burnt to the ground,, Mr. Tierney and hio oldest eon' tpero absent itora hoKso at the thne, -the ~i ?rraar hav- ' ing pr joecded to Cooma with hia dray during tha previous week on business. « Tbo rcmainincr membera ti? 'fka I'nmiW rotuc-J to bed early t on Saturday aignt, l \ vihon to ivll oppoasanoea evorythlng w&b ' , 'w , ' pbrfostly oaf 9, and aa tho shod is oifctt&ted ' ? , ' ' i ' ' com-j littio diutauco £row the homssteael, ' ' Isnov/ nothing o£, tho ocourflocs1 until ob' '' , '' arising nexfc nomlac, vrhoa taeyww©1- ' -' ' . '' aotimiohcd to fin*-'1 thut tLo Qlied bn& its- ,' ;' v-, contoatJ bad bcoa totally ' de^twyea. ' s ^ \ Fortes t'ly foj- Mr. Tierney, who tea - v bfru^'hvj c^'-tov, bofU tho-Dhed ana - ,- ? , tlic va '* V70-0 iuawsd,^ otberwiae it ) \.-oui...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Metropolitan Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

1 Metropolitan Items. , ? Nothing moro melancholy haa appeared for a long timo than the announcement of the extension of tho Government Labor Bureau. We read that thirty-live agon cioshave just been established, seven in the coastal districts, thirteen in the west, eight in the north, and seven in the Boutb. Scarcity of -work is everywhere throughout the colony, and the Govern ment have to come to the assistance of 69,000 men, representing with their families 150,000 human beings. This is a fearful condition of affairs, and a: shame and a scandal to those responsible for this paralysis of industry. In a country so abundantly blessed by nature' there should bo no destitution, nor should any man in search of work fail to find it. Yet we have poverty ' broadcast, and a . workless multitude increasing daily in; numbers and micery. ' This condition of; affairs will continue so long as private, enterprise halts and suicidal clamorings score capital '. and disturb confidence. New South Wal...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRITISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

THE BRITISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. The forces of the British Central Africa Protectorate, which comprise a number of Sikhs, has had an engagement with a largo force of Arab slavers near Blantyre, .a misnion station and settlement in tho Shire Hio-hlands. with the rnmilf; thnt.t.fiA British forces were completely successful. 14 of tho Arab chiefs and several hun dreds of their followers being' captured. . .The British Central Africa Protectorate forces were under the command of Lieu tenant Alston, and consisted of 150 Sikh regulars and 5000 nativo allies, whom the British had organisod and. armed for the occasion. The opposing Arab force numbered 20,000. The reports received regarding the en gagement show that the reverse sus tained by the Arabs was crushing. The British destroyed the native forts, 50 of their villages, and captured 600 Nyassa slave dealers. ? The power of the Arab slayers throughout the. territory is now completely broken, and one effect of the British success is that the...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANARCHISTS IN LISBON. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

ANARCHISTS IN LISBON. The man who recently threw a'stone at Dora Carlos, King of Portugal, in the streets of Lisbon, was examined by a medical man, and certified to be a lnnatic. An attempt has since been made to blow up the residence of the doctor by dynamite. The man, when arrested, said that he was an anarchist, and the outrage at the doctor's residence is believed to be an act of revengo for declaring the King's assailant to bo insane. Sixty anarchists havo been arrested at Lisbon, The Lisbon correspondent of ' Tho Times ' states that the leniency of the laws haa made the Portuguese capital the leading resort of the anarchists of Europe,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURKEY AND THE ARMENIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

TUPJIEY AND THE ARMENIANS. The foreign Consuls at Aleppo, in Armenia, who wero deputed to endeavor to effect an arrangement between the Turks and the Armenians at Zeitun, where there has been continuous fight ing, report that the Armenians havo tor tured and murdered 200 Turks.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

tovs KeBating to Newspapers^ 1. If subscribers order the discontinu ance* of their periodicals, the publisher may continuo to eend them till arrears are paid. 2. If oubneribors rofueo or nog-lect to tako poriodicals from the post office or other place to which thoy are directed, they aro hold rooponoiblo until thoy have settled thoir bills and ordored the periodi cals to bo discontinued. 8. If subscribers move to other locdli tieo without informing the publishers, and thoir papers aro eent to their- formor direction, tho oubacribors aro responsible. 4. Tho courts havo decided that ' ro jfueinr-.to.tako periodicals from the office v or removing or leaving them uncalled for, io prima facie evidence of intentionaL#*?;^hV - 6. if subacribers pay in advance for^^y a periodical, thoy are bound to give no- ' tice to the publishers at the end-of the time that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise the publisher is' authorised to send it on, and the subscri bor^wUl bo responsible ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. THE CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

Cable ftems; TIIE CITY OF MELBOURNE BANK. The liquidators of the City of Melbourne Bank are likely to shortly declare a divi dend to the creditor* of 2s in the £. Mr. Rouse, the professional : accountant who has investigated the. affairs of the bank, is understood to have reported that 10s in the. £ will be ultimately paid to the creditors.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FICTION. MARGUERIE'S HERITAGE CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

pieijcxN: MARGUERITE'S - HERITAGE Br-Mfts/O^o^ifE Suuld'on. CHAPTER X. (Continued). * Oh !' and a Blight cloud dimmed tho brightness of Mrs. Southworth's fair face for a moment ? YeB ; do you know hor F' hor brother t- inquired an i-o remarked it, and be^in -i. * saing to think that tb- myetory of MiaH h / , - ! Arnold'o elrange hatred tor hia oietor wan developing in interoot, 11 * Ye8v I h-ivo mot hep. I wao intro ,' , L duced to her rccantl at a rcoepiion given to Miso Nellio Ituinford. Mibd , ' Arnold wae a ohum of hers at Vaoenr,' Const noe jrravoly raplivit. Sho bad - pytr^mo aftouinr.meni upon meetin,. : t i JL»r- ueriu ', , ' ? She io vh ry beautiful, Constance ?' 4 Yes, t-he i-/ Mr*. S'»uth*ort' a* - aented ; ' but — did you nonco anything peculiar about hor P* ? Peculiar?' zepcattd ht-r brother, in a noucrarnit .1 tone. ? Yhu 5 oiie is paid to bo not quite right in h«-r mind. .Sho nan had a grea; deal of trouble during tno last yoar or two.' t * ' Wha' kind of tronble ?' i...

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Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

IP-u-sla.S m©te§. ' ' Tnn pubUc are now afforded the bppor- ' ' tumty of transmitting omaU annu b«'. money through tho Post within the' colony, and to Queenoland, . Victoria, Postal Notes of the following ,fti,,« %$ ^ of tamed .at., any. Money Order Office ia the colony on p^ent of X poundage specified in connection there! Wtwl I'— Valtte Poundage Value P'd'ge Hi i!!, New South Wales Notos wh^ «n-^ ? the other colonies named and tH ?- such colonies when pa? i- ^T « Wales, will bo oubiect to «. k South ainulor value un tbepaying «, Jes ot Porsone may remit odd ponce un to -a by af&siae uaoblitorated poSl Pf °d to the* face of tho Portaf £f 8t?npa valuo of the stamps a^K^i be paid on prcseutation. lnero«- will -A Postal Note may be crnnonj poetmtabtor shall rcfuso fa ^'Od:fand 'the toabankor.- P y ll except . . Additional poundage* eau-il f *u ginal pounds, will be^ar^d ° °t - PoHt,,li\otea oversix moutha ^ ^ ?l ^ mmo amount for evory further 1 ^ ,tho 1 ix months. y ther Pori?...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cooma J. C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

. (Dooma :J.; C; laces* The ?following are: the nominations and handicaps for the three principal events of the above races on the 20th and 21st instant : — C.J.C. Handicap. nt. lb. Mr. W. B. Jobneon'o Lillydnlo 9 4 W. E. Koydts niraia 0 0 W. E. JoIuigo.-i'g E.-t.itat 8 3 H. Wcllror'Q Coolftntdid 6 10 W. J. Shord's Eoaolle . 7 8 ?W. E. Koyd'Q Palottfi .. 7 4 H. Boot's Silk Twiafc 7 2 W. E. Eoyd'o.Hia Grace . G 12 Town Plate* Mr. W. E. JohnGon's 'Lilydalo . ? 9 0 W. E. Eoyd's Hivara . 9 2 H. Undorhill'o Eovongo ' .36 W. E. Johncon's Entatftt 8 C J. ThorcM Gronadif-r 8 0 M. 'VVclItef'i3 Coolsardio T' 12 W. J. Shord'B Eo°p11o ' 7 8 'W. E. E-oyd'o Palotta i 7 6 H. Boot's Silk Twist 7' 4 W. E. Eoyd'o Hid Grace ? 7 0 Sum:ieb Handicap: Mr. Gorald Mnccoy's Epiuicion ; 8 10 Undei'bill'o Eavongo ' . . ,8 8 W. K- Johnoon'o Eatatat 8 7 ,W. E. Johncpn's Lady Linton' ? -8- 6 J. Thomca' Gronadior 8 Q W. E. JohnEon's Dorooa 8 0 V/. J- Shord's Eoselld ? -7 10 W. E. Eoyd'a Palotta , ? 6 Kobincon'o Go...

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