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Wallaby Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

. Waliai)y Drive.'': 1' t "A"' wallaby 'driv.e took place at "Forest -Dodge;' the homeetoad of . Messrs. Stein nn'd iRoots,bjonrJiEiidny, 1st July, when' *103 wallabies'and several, hares, were,diapatolied. Nineteen shooters 'and;,an,.equal number of drivers p'ut'in an,appearance. The shoutings excepting,«tbat, of]«a few old shooturdj'\^as' ratho'r erratic/- ;vTliroe!, or four persoW narrowly esoapod serious injuryi on ao'oouut of shooters. firing along the lino. _ A' ivery: <goo'tl lu'nclioonmasjlp.royida.djonitlio ground' at riopn- by,'Mr.,'Steiu to ?wbioli;ample justice1 "was done by'all. "The "score' at this} state, of - things was., rather,email,, the gamoibeing, very ' scarce.' 'After,-' lunoueon>» a different' 'rbuta \yas'.;tak'on", and great slaughter.ensued:' iAboutjsiivto!olobk,'f:allA'adjouruedr.itd Mr. \Roois's, \yhor.o.a.isubstantiala'opast was pro-, viflbd'by Mrsi'tfloots and tho.Misses'Burgess. JAfter :tlie joravings of;; the pinner , man had .boan'^Eali...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

YASS NEWS.. I (FROM OUB CON RESPONDENT). TAKING tiie WKITE,,YEIL._-T\yo young ladies who ^acoutly arrived "from Ireland loceivod the white veil, in^the chapel of tile Sisters of; Mercy,'atjYasB^onJ Saturday morn* . ing, from his iLordship,.tho,:Ei'glitRev. Dr. LBnigttii.iv.i.'-vTbeie-'nadaokv^iii,. religion nvo 'Sisters Mary'Glair.and.Sistiir-Mft'rjrjIiiinHtiuv.' Histiliordahip, 'priorV.tox tiie'.r'ocoption, oole .bratftd naass-ia: dti Augustiuo's^Gburoh, and was attended to by ,the Rev,vA. ;T. O'Dwyer FOOTBALL MATCH.-A1 fubttia'll match whs played iu Sampson's'paddoolr? on Saturday afternodri^' between! !the> single (. aiid : tho married members of .tbo'jojub, when tho | former, won by two goals,and,a',jo,uoh-down. I Tho:eiugle'men gain6d;: a ttird'tduoli-dowii, whioli'was-disputed. </u.. li. I J, TESTIMONIAL :.T0, ::Mk.'Mi»H0LI/ANI).-Ml'. Holland, late teaohor( | of si.St.r Augustino's Soboo!^ vYass, was .presented},with,-,a. pursa of sovereign's at Gomins' Hotel/ on...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 4. Before Messrs. H. H. Voss and F. R. L. Rossi. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. I " MoNDAVy. JULY" 4. Messrs. H, H, VossandF. R.L, Rossi. .' DltDNK. One man pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was discharged with a caution. OBSCENE LANGUAGE Hector Dallas, junr./ was,- charged with having made use or obscene language. ' CougtubleMurshall deposed: On yester day prisoner.was given: in charge to mo by Christy Last formaking use of the language complained of j vwhile I was speaking to Last, he rumaway up a lane ; I-followed him, and having caught him, I took him to the; lockup. . 'Ohristidu Last deposed s. 'I know.Dallas; he wus at my place on Saiurduy night, and made use of bad language *, Up .was. also at my! place. yesterday, and made use of tho language on the'piece of, paper' produced -most awful language ho also.pulled his** coot off, and ,wanted mo to fight; any person > nearoould'/liavo heard him ; I gave him in charge; it was during ohurchitime j;-he was not quite sober',' but,he knew."perfectly well what he was doiug/ ,...

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

Football., On Saturday next nil important football maloh will come off between theBiilmain and G-oulburn Olubs at Brooks's Puddock. : The Balmainites aro now rt-okoned lo be the next club to the famous Wallaroos. The local club, it will'bo soon on a perusul of the name's appended boloiv, are determined to appear on ther eonvinoing grouud with a strong team,.and. without doubt tlioy1 will,; if not victorious, make' a good gnmo. Fol lowing nroithei names of the local players: Messrs. Baker, B«ker, Bennett, . Belcher, Dunn, Edwards, I'umer, Ghinnon, Howard, Martyr, Moore, Morphy, Nash, Nosbitt, Eoss j . emergencies, Joplin and Gibson. .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN AND CROOKWELL TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

GOULBURN AND CROQKWELL . TRAMWAY. ONE of tho largest and most representative of publio Hiootings was .held !ut the'Toui poranoe Hall in Orookwell on Saturday last, to consider resolutions1 in favour of the above..,"- . \-\ ..? ?? f| -P. G. Myers, Esq., M.P., membor for tho district, was present. Several influential gentlemen attended from long' distances. W.. S. Gun, Esq., J.P.,. was voted to the. chair. ' The Chairman having;staled, the-objeots of tho meetiujr, road letters of apology lrorn | gentlemen who were'unable to attend, but i who exprossod their sympathy with the movement.* ,? o, G. D. Hay, Esq., J.P., exhibited a sketch of the different routes compilod by him from a governmout map,.. After , pointing . out the comparative length and probable diffi culties of uonstruatiou, and tho anticipated ' traffic, he moved the following. resolution "That iii1 the opinion of the meeting the Government should .be urged to... muko . a survey of » route for tramway, horn Goul burn to Oro...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED ATGOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

MASS Ivibh UK OEOfiBHA TED AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. July IO-TmhIRB, Luggim, Mummoll. Confirmation at(Sta, Potor and Paul's Cathedral, ,.'v A :Ooulburn,*8iind#y. 31atfJuly. V-' 1 ; YASS MISSION., . Gtini>ing;"Sund(iy,"July lU.- .v ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

GREAT. REDUCTIONS IN THE PRICE OF GROCERIES. Po W.IclICBiB BEGS to.call the attention of his friends and. the public generally to the UNDERMENTIONED PRICES, which will DEFY COM PETITION GOOD BREAKFAST TEA, Is 6d per lb. WHITE SUGAR, 4d " YELLOW SUGAR, 3id " CORN ELOUR, (3d " Superior CUPS & SAUCERS, 5s per doz BEST; TEA, 2s 3d per lb. COEEEE, Is OATMEAL, 7 lbs for 1/6 RICE, 3d. per lb. ARROWROOT, 6d per lb. 14s. per Mozen, And all other Articles at EQUALLY LOW PRICES. ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY Carefully packed, and forwarded on receipt of a P.O. Order. P. W. McM?B»E, WHOLESALE AND FAMILY GROCER, CORNER OF AUBURN & MONTAGUE STREETS, GOULBURN. WAL§ffi OF LONDON HOUSE Cr 0 U L B'U RN, DESIRES to inform the Public that lie lias amongst his well-selected Stock the following- at most reasonable Prices PRAYER-BOOKS-fresh assortment in beautiful bindings just opened, School-Books5 Copybooks, Exercises, and all School requisitesT ANNUALS-Bound Volumes of Bow Bells, Eamily Heral...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

WEEKLY'. . O-AJCiENDJA-K. Dny of .... t,./ ..SUNDAY. ? ? , },i Mpuday i.'. ? Tuo'sday .., /'ji'miJia NVo fl no's day i .ilL'huradayf.'; Friday/.. (Saturday... tv ). * ; ? ' First Quarter,£>th;July, 3,21a,tn, I >'/ ) ' July .7. 7 "7 7 7 7. 7 7 ,7 ,7. ?1, 0 7 6 'Sun setts.I )i,1 m, "J" 6-1. 6 2 6 2 6 '3 5 3.. 6 4 "Moon's. ARC.'"-.. . Odhys - 7' 'do 8 do. 9 do '10 do .11. .do 12 do . MOON'S PHASE; V:

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM. PRODUCE. ellSYDNEY, Saturday. l...., Atthe railway station, Darling Harbour, during the week, there has boon a good supplyof forage find produce forward lroui districts on'the.iVjfestpni and Soulliorn lines.' The market was well attended, and, prime samples of -hay.* maintained fair - prices,. . Ooaten hay, in bale, eold from 4/-to 5/; in ,v.;..truss, 3/6. to 5/;.in bundles, 3/9 to 5/3 per. lu.oeruQv.liay, .in. truss, 3/5 to 4/1 ; straw, good clean samples in bales, 2/5 to 3/; and ip bundles, 2/11, to 3/3 per cwt; oaten ;$jaJT,jinf bales,! 4/8; to' 5/1 ; in'bags,, 4/9 to 5/- per cwt, bags inclusive ; oaten and Tj .y .wheaten-chaff, in. bales, 4/7 to 5/1 per cwt; Y jmixetiH chaff,jin bales, .4/8 ; and in bags, 3/9 " ' "" per cwt, bags in,; cut straw, in bales, 3/- to - 3/2 ; wksaten" hay, in bundles, 3/9 to.-, 4/1-; in sheaves, 2/9 to 3/2 ; wheaten and oaten, finwbujoidles; *3/10 to'4/7 ; in: bales, 4/7 ; in~ (j'-Sy ..sheaves/ 3/3 per Wt; oaten sheaves, 3/- to v-''s...

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Evil for Good. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

Irt v ??h* H^'-T'.fW';i,ff '-:^[,ifl ^£j ..? JI '?>, . r.,«'" .<. - Evil for pGood . ^iv_fcJ*^ I ' Vf* M |-nam*UUttrbUU mUUj:UUU'.LUUUJ|^pOIOUUO IHJUtJVW' i-?th"(iy"nvf npverioaphljlo i of? at Jimflly ^aotio'nr jTliose-wlioae misaiorisit^ia,to.hold.the, mirror lap' to nnturofandpto? writo sof 'mem and; oir-, Joumstftncos.ae^tHeyiare^.oanpot-.ber^ell-oonV. *8idorod\bytthe/,'ordiaa^^ 'caVable pfJeithG^'^B'ympathiairip; 'witii the weatmeaV^of ' huma^1'nature, or' paying , its ~iC.v.i;»tr t>r.^:»rui,it;?ir"" charged' with burking information, of doing r kindiy action to alloviate the: mentil suf ferings of a huninn being,1 created by bis own misdoing. Wo know- of a journalist, wlioso offii o has boon more than once visited by some weak-kneed moralist ;?ft pious, God fearing men-gone: .-wrong J The visits on such occasions were not- made to order tbe newspapers: for n quarter, not to. insert an ndvertiemout nor tor the proverbial,.''shill ing's worth of waste paper." The...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Scullers' Race. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

. Scullers!;,Race.,': A professional soulling race was; the means of'?attraotifig:lar)?e'.namber,of/speotatbrs?up. ;tho/i'Parramatta-Iliver on ,Saturday.' ;; The parties', toitbe matolr woroi George ( Solomon and John 0. Lajoook-(bother of'Julias' Lay 'cook), and the'stakes-amounted-to £00! The ?conditions.were that,theiraoo.be,rowed from Charity Point to,'tli0'!l3rotbersi(thro8 jn3ilos'i an"d'330 ydrds),\inUight skiffs j' the race to 'borrowed raccotdinff.' tor,the/new'? rules"' of boat-racing/ ? to.'startby;,'mutual . oonseat. The afternoon., was ..exceptionally;: fine, and ' "'when tliG;race, steamers* Prince'oKWalps and; Swa'asoa'arrivediouthoriverj thescullbrsi.at onco;put?o(F- to begin ,t(he>(race.'i',? !Al!'limiiod: 'alxiWn'nt'b^betting.was'efFectedlat^ about^G to ld,'on^Soldmbh;V, < i'fb0,monvgot'b1fF-;at a goott; rDace,} ? w.hen'-' Solomon,; from the ;very.f.tirst; stroke' began to draw ahead,! and,, quickly. gdttioff.invW^ullviSw^ngr^e': left,'his;, rival's ^...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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An Unpleasant Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

An Unpleasant Visitor. The St.fArDaudi.Meroury of t.hO'20th June reports that on' tho previous Friday-night,' . at; the oldjtownsbip;;a residentnamed Taylor; was sitting quietly- by 'his fireside conversing with: his wifei,;wlien"they wore disturbed by. the' dppearaooo of af'strad^or, at the'door; who, requested. tUat, he. might; be'alloweH/to stay, there that night..,vNotiliking 'the' look, of! thoTntirudorV Mr.'' Taylor1 gave him to under !Standcth'atvhp..;;oouldtnpt?Ehe laccommo'dateclit nndj seeing, that,hodid not(tbpn depart',]:went 'outside "to. direct'? the' stranger toy ajplaoe1 \vhere?= lvo;vwould find'ModgingV.'fVl'hetwo walkcd^-away for'a'fihorttiistanoo, when Mr. Taylor,,after pointing "kout ^tho road'.and' AvishirigJiislvisiioV'good'night/ turned [to ^oj baeki.s He had <not proceeded far,: however,^ before he _ was^'startled by . the .'report^ot fireamsIfrom beliiufljv'aQd^on" looking roundi per'fieived-th'at Uhoyfirinn'':waS'following him,', jvho alraost^mme...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Stud Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

;> Stud: Sheep: We hfivo received frotnjMessrs; Ifort'and: ,Oo., u catalogue,df;:'meriao'stud.:sh"eep!to be :olforedi at-:thoir:ann'uul'. salero'n th6':l 1th' andr . IBtli1 instant. .-The catalogue iueludeswse jlootions'froin the-studs of the principal Tas manian .breeders,m.well,as. a 'superior 'left) from Mr. A.VLi Faitlifull,':.of;Spring-field,;an'd:; .. as'tbetstnallerlaboep'fartners as well uajlargei flooJtmasterB'nr'oVb'edoming 'more'';theri epor Qlivoijo llielimportnnoe of .favouring. thB'bast'. stootanvHilable^wehave.'do doubt that' (lie sale will bo largely* attended, and 'the ,quality, of; tbe stookrotfered . by 'Messrs, xMori;- and Co. fully a ppreoiatud.-Bveiling Nows.'!'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Hard Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

Hard Case. An impounding case,lately hoard before the "-Bat hurst- Bench (says the Buthurst Times), furnishes bh example of the pressure which the law in its cheapest form brings to boar, on those who are ^unfortunate,enough to come under its operation. Tho defendant, A.une Dowton, was summoned, for having illegally charged' two. shillings per i IteatI damages^ on: six head of cattle which had been trespassing on.her;., ground, and whiulv she' brought * evidence - to prove wero a nuisanoe, to.the neighbourhood. . No douht she thought herself entitled to chargo at the' pound some of the dnmogos that she hud sustained. Therp> being >isome doubt! as to tho aufficiericy bf'hor'fenoei- Che law did, not sustain her in' making - this charge;at, 'the' pound, and she? furthermore ought to! have' ;givou' a'^oscription,"of,the:;paad'ocki?and-i the; crop it contained," in writing-a requirement v of,whioh the pound keeper, as well- as ho'r self,r, appeared!, to be, profoundly ig'uorant. Th...

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Rather Jolly. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

> Rather Jolly. There was an amusing scene at Madame Sibly's' entertainment ? on Saturday night. A portly jolly-looking man stepped upon tbe stage to have' {lis bead, examined;; uud Madamo ratlior amused the audience by the liertident way in which this individual's characteristics were explained-. At last she summed up by sayiug ,that if it were neces sary to say what the nmn was pood lor, it must bo " Good for nothing," The poor man took this in a very good tempered way," but afterwards, coming on to bo mesmerised, Madame objected to this. The fact is, mes merists require to" pick their subjects, as some men are difficult to operate upon, and where'there, has been .any previous con; viviality such a . person is decidedly in eligible. In the present instance the aspirant to mesmeric' influence objected to leuvo the stage and emphatically asserted his'right. Madame was inexorable, but leapt her temper, and the audience espoused her cause by 'calling upon the man in agood; humoured...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Levey and Alexander Bursary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

The -Lever, and Alexander' Bursarv. 'VWreokor". in tlie Cumborliind Meroury, writesI noto,tbat the Levey and Alexan. dor Bursary (for graduates, and worth!£150: por-annum) bas.beeu \won\by ayoung friend of aiine,, Eranli'Bronnsn, B.A.'-rAa a sound Hohular and an ingonuoua gentleman he can have no ; superior, and -wlii.le. heartily congratulate ( him, on; liaving: achieved a thoroughly merited honour, I uiuat also oon-; gralulate, the^,University of, Sydney . on" the, possessiotKof bo promising a ntime upon its " honours" list.

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Celt and Cymri. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

Celt'and Cymri. ' It is not'a.vory diffioult thing for a man to remember tho best j iko'he over hoard, for good jokoa are,very scarce articles nowadays, but it is the worst thut are hardest to retaiora ?b'er.f--To/assist in'keeping alive perhaps the most villainous of its kind extant, the f'ullow 'ing'triiiy be perinitted .to see typo. ' Two in dividuals .were ' inquiring respecting tho peculiar idiosyncrasyof: the Scotch High landers and the Welsh, who, .although both are , virtually English, with, thorough con servatism keep,, up 'their :nnti've? iaugu-jga^ which ia useless toranyboly-but;, themselves,, Said tho. one party,There'i^yop know, a .etronu'eympatliyibetwoonvtJio'-'Gelt and tho. OyrnH." ''In what, way ??..: was the rejoinder.; WWhy, 'you eeo;'? . r6])Iied tlie 'ldiotiolmnn,' " tlio W"tilsh cat-leeks,-amd tho Highlanders 'sppalc ffarlio" . Explanation moans exaaper htipn^-Echo. - y>

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WHY MOURN WE HERE? [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

WHY: MOURN WE SERE ? BY S. LTKAM. y mourn #0*"here the transient bliss The glories that deport ? :,::,. «Wbj5 liat.caiitli'B fleutiiigijoys o'oi'caBt :? woiiiigbt oniiS-iiOBit ? 1 Ofir lifeiis frail, and everything That tends to give ua jny, ! , Pei tainiiiff to tliia world beneath. i.,'!' . 'Contains some dark alloy. r ... Iarvaiti,we looltfor happiness l. - '' '-'U^rnixed witH'grief undivoo;' And find at last we try to grasp , ". .The, shadows flung below. ? ' Why mourn Wjsjloro for «bades of bliss . For truant hopes that fled, _ iWlien pvery seenuof past delight Ia'numbered with'tho doad ? Where are'the hopes'that led us on / ",- ,0'or;ci)il(Jbcod'8,"fl(Hvcry mead, I Till, in tbe world's,wido wilderness, We;saw each oao recede? *-'*? The vporld'.was tben, ala* 1 too bright, ; J3ut bad we seen the end, . :? Dai It clouds of, gloom around .our lifo : Would with its sunshine blend, ' . '? Why raouru.woibere; departed joy a ? ' * Thorois no joy tn lifo" i . , That pan'witiiHfaml tbe ...

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The Ministerial Crisis in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

?".The'Miriisterial;Orisis in Victoria. 1'' " ! Mr. iBorry bW^an^-yntorview^wiih the' Governor, ou, Saturday, and advised' a,fdis solutionA His''Excellency asked that-his; ?viowsisliould' bo put,in writing-; nnrltVaccord-' inpjly a momoranduni :\va8<to be prepared for submission on,Monday. . i,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

Wanted A HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mns. S.EMANUEL, Lausdowne. Wanted A HOUSEMAID-must bo accustomed to wait on table, Apply BRIDGE HOTEL. July 4th, 1881, Wanted TO RENT or PURCHASE, a HOUSE, couveni ontly sit'Jatod, aud contnintng 7 oi' 8 rooms. Apply MESSRS. 111 LEY BROTHERS, ? Auburn-street. Wanted AN ELDERLY WOMAN as HOUSEKEEPER to, Widower and family of young Children on a selection about 20 milos from Goulburn. Apply (with references) by letter to WILLIAM PRICE, Giillon. Wanted , |NOWN that from £6 tu £1000 may bo obtained ,l\- on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneor, Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-st. IiOSt, BETWEEN Bishoptborpo and A. M. Hunt and Co.'a Store, or botwoun that placc and Ardgowan, a largo CAM ICO BROOCH. The finder will bo rewarded: on returning (be samo to tbo oflice if MuBsra. FINLAY unil CO., Boltnoro Square, Goulburn. Vaccination-Collector and Cnrrawong-. DR. DAVIDSON or Dr. TAYLOR will VAC CINATE children frea of Ohargo st MRS. DAVOHEN'S COLLECTOR INN ...

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