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Salvation Army Rescue Work. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

Salvantl©!! Aray ERescnc Work. Fob upwards of ten years (aays the Mel- l bourne Leader) the Salvation Army in ' ' ''? Victoria has ? been engaged in rescue- , ,^ work, giving assiotance to thoao unable ' to find employment and doaling with un- ' ) - fortunate women and. diacharged prison ers. Tho ono home with v/hioh operations , were commonced haE dovoloped into nine, situato ia ? vcrioua parts of the colony, and a largo number of men and women pasc; through theao institutions yearly. The Salvation Army officials lay special rttrcsa upon the good work done ; by tho Pricon Gat3 Brigade. Promises i situate ct Viotoria-creacont, Abbotsford, and capable of accommodating 20 men, have been routed ao a homo for eoveral years past, but.jrccontly it was found that extra accommodation wno ? imperative. ' Comminoioner Coomba roaolved to. pur chase theea promisee, which wore offoring at a rocsonablo figure, and to mako ox tonoive altoratioco. Theao have juot been coraploiad. The total outlay, ...

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

1 Enqlisu Mails. Mailo for tho United Kingdom per the Orient and P. and O. Co's steamers are despatched from Sydnoy to London direct evory Monday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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TOMBONG.—2nd INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

TOMBONG —2nd Innings. F. Nolcon, b Wood ? ... ... ... 7 TV. E. Cocuor, o H. A, Wood, b Wood 7 J. Tioraoy, cfc. Kr-rtin ? 11 A. H. Wright, b Wood... ... ... 0 Jtio. Eppolsian, run out ? 10 Alf. Inf-Tam, b Ford ... t ? 13 ' S. Clc^r, b TVi-ifjM ? 10 A. Eppobtun, b Foid ? 3' A. Iqg^^' b Wrifjht ? 0 2. lujv.-irj. b Wright ? 1 J. Eppalotun, not out ? 1 Sundries ... ... ... ... 6 ToM ? .,.-,75 Bowitito: V/ood, Covers, 26XIU1S, 3 wickoto, Stutohbuiy, 2 ovorf, 10 runo, Owickot3; Wr,t con, :?£ otoio, 12 i-uno, O wiokota ; Ford, 5 ovoro; 13 roHD, 2 uickoto. Wright, 2 j overs, 6 runo, 3 wickote.

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

-tol-FELt&W&' ANNIVERSARY. 1 PICNIC & SPORTS. St. Patrick^ Day, ' ' (TUESDAY. MABCH 17). . ' ' i Star of Delegate Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., WLL oolebrata their ANNIVEE8ARY oa obovo date by a PICNIC and , SPORTS, in Paddock oitnated onConrowong Bond, Delegate Eatato, (kindly lont by B. L. ' , D'Aroy, Esq.), nha tho following Programme ' -will be goao throngu. ; ' riBST EVENT AT 11 O'CLOCK. 1 \ ALI^COMEB'S SHfiSWlfcLfl HANDICAP «f £8100. , first orizo, JSf(j;~ccoonds £1 Go; , i, third, ISa; festtilj, Trophy valuod at 10b. . Diafamoo, lGOyssdn. JTorainationo 2o 63 (with ; * last threoparfonaenccD), oloco with tho Sncra . taiy (Mr. T. Bted) oe Mr. J Pasry, Borabaln, ' ', on MONDAY, 9th Uareb. Handicaps will appear in Acauo oi 12th March. Accopt anWB, Ss 6d, clcso on niosniEs of t^cd. HANDICAP EUBDLE EACB. ICO jesdo, AOTer four jatapc cbonfc 3ft. 6in high. Firat priso, -£2 ; eacoad, Ita ; third, Trophy voiced at 7o. 6d. WoEjiaotioas, 2a, cloco 9 ch March. HBadicap3--opp-...

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

DELEGATE. I '':?? T. Ford, b Tieraey ... .'..: ... 0 W. Kobby, rntired ... ... ... 44' ? M. Wrisht, b Tiornoy ... . .... ... 0 W. H. Wood, b Eppelstun ... ... 28 C. Wnlcot,, o Ingrain, b Nelson ... 8 H. A. Wjitaon, b Tiernoy ? 37 G. Waicott, o and b Connors ... *'',.. 1 A. M'Donald, b Tiornoy ? 7 E. Martin, oConnorO/ b Tiorney ... 0 H. A. 'Wood, not out ... ..-. ... 1 G. Stutohbury, b Tierney ...: .... : 1 Sundries ? 9 Total ? ' ...136 Bowling: J. Tiernoy, 1G overs, 38 runs, G wickets; 'W. E. Connor, 13 overs, 37 Tuns, 1 wicket; J. Eppelstun, 7 overs, 20 runa, 1 wicket; Alf. InRratn, 4 ovors,' 10 runa, 0 T7icketg; F. Nolson, 2 overs; 14 runa/1 wicket.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PIIESBYTEIIIAN. Sondoy, . Fob. 10. — Delegate; 11 &.tn. ond 7.C0 p.m.; Sunday Sohool Examination &t 3. Eet. A..Q-. MiciHE. MEMOR ET FIDEtlS. TETJEODAY, FEDEUAEY 13fcb, 1GS6.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cricket. TOMBONG V. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

''.?/.. Cricket. : . TOMBONG V. DELEGATE. A match between the above clubs was played on tho local wicket last Saturday. Tho day wns warm, and a good number of spectators witnessed the. name. Mr. W. H. Wood captained the Delegate team, whilst Mr. W. E. Connor acted in a like capacity on behalf of tho visitors. The Rov. G. P. Metcalfe and Mr. T. Rodwell were, appointed umpires, and their decisions wero quite satisfactory. The Tombong men were the first to go to the stumps, but the fast wicket and tho accurate dolivery of Messrs. Ford and Wood proved too much for them, and their last man was disposod of for the trilling score of 15 rnns. . . Messrs. Kebtay and Ford were the first who essayqd to uphold the . prestige of the loial team, but they wero not left long togother, Ford quickly falling a victim to .Tierney ; and Wright, who followed, met with a similar fate. W. II. Wood came next, and the partnership between he and Kebby was not disturbed when an adjournment was made to lunch, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

STOCKTAKING SALE ! » *? All Goods to be offered at Lowest Prices prior to Stocktaking. . ? ? - i ? ' CHEAPER, THAN EVER I No Old Stock ! ;-:- .Everything Fresh ! Latest Styles in Every Linet LOOK AT OUR They will b0 ; cleared out Under Cost ! ''?.'?? ?' ?:': '?' ' ? ? ? — ? - ' ???'? In DRAPERY we are offering Bargains. . TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING BOYS; YOUTH'S ait MEN S: BEST FIT AND VALUE GUARANTEED. Our large stock of GROCERIES is well known as consisting of tjie very best brands in every line^ ahc|L Prices as Low as Possible. : r- ??? -.':??. - ?-???,???? ' \;.- ) ::' ?? '.'. . ; r ? . ? ? ????..' -: ??:':\& ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF IMPORTED AND COLONIAL , \. Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes* Every kind of Patent Medicine kept. —SOLE AGENT FOR THE—. BOHEMIAN FAMILY MEDICINES. * i 9 j ' For those who are fortunate, enough to have a crop to * gather in* we have Hay i^akes/ Pitchforks, Sickles, Reap ing Hoo^s, Scythes (solid blades); Chaffcutters, Harvesting Machinery, Oils* &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

? ?? ?* ADVANCE 'DELrEGATE. GENERAL BLACKSMITH, ? : ??'? » ???!*???? :'o ? I ?;v|t»-'»*wmfcff»««»fc»it» '? ' ? ! ?'?38t!^% -'''X^.-Kfo ifcanyT.Otiafcomers '/SftnSsT ;^Mid tBe'gineral pnblW for : -^Hlk^Sx ';tb»4MWtfl5 yearn,' desires ; . ' -i^-SpvTfS. ..-*- state. that iie-.hfts.por (8 ?£» ^ ''?'. .^W** a 1^8° Bt-)cic °' „ - , '- '? f/'«HH3§3-#-- Ironmongery, also Buegy j&. jj ^ES# * Poles-and Shafts. In fact, ?'-&d^'^%m&kr'**ers'&l&fi connebted with - %$x!Fjt - yW'^T- ? the.trade kept in stock. ? , , :/ :':':jr/- '^l:*V ALL W0BK GUARAN /' TEED and done oa tbe Shottesb Notice and . a££heapeBt Bates. ' 7 No Soya employed, bo that yon can depend - - omyour horses being well and caro'ully.Bho^. ?y THE COMMERCIAL IIOTKL, T^BSIBES. to: tetnhl thank* WtSe;T«»i JLf ^'idefltaiof -D«le«at«vana sorrtnndinfj '?' dl«tdot for the. liberal, support accorded him '.'? -'sinbo opening in b.u(rtnees.ber--. and reminds TUtfors and .others tfi&t the Hotel ...

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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

MaUTinjeTaWe. *^ The following, ic the mail tiruo table ob- . s«yod at tho local office : — Mails Icavo Dologato- overy' Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Craigie, Nicholson's and Uorabala, re.«cn.- .; ing lattor plcco at 7 p.m. Leave Bombala at 5 a.m. on Sundays, Wednosdayo and Fridays, arriving at . Dolegatej via Nicholson's and Craig'e at ^ 10.80 a.m- Leavo Dolegato overy Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Corrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.30'p.ru. Leavo Currowong c/u 10 a.m. on Mon- . dayo, Thurada.- o and Saturdays, arriving at Delogato at 1 p.m. ' Loavo Dologata every Sunday and Wednesday at U cm. for Tombong, arriving at Dolo-ato on roturu every Wednecday and Sunday at 7 p.m» Leavo Dolosato at 11.80 a.m. on Sun day and 9.80 a,m. on Thursday, reaching „ ? . ?? Bondoo (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Bouang (Vic.) at 4.80 p.ra. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Tboreday, ' and OrboBt (Vic.) at 6 p.m. on Monday and 6.80 p.m. on Friday. Leave Orbost, via Bonanpf a...

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Fun and Fancy [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

Fiin and Fancy A man can never succeed at pooket pioking until lie getB hie hand in. 0£ all the birds that please us with , their lay*, the most popular is tho hon. A secret baa beon defined as.' any thing made known to'overj body in u whisfor,' A reporter, in depicting a wreck at sea, aaya that ' no 1-bh than thirteou uufor tunatoa bit tho duet.' A schoolmaster in Ohio advorti^fisthnt ho will keep Suniiay-.'-chool twice a week. — on Tuesdays and Saturdays. An Iowa odifor recently announced that a certain patron of his wao ' thieving , as uauaL' Ho declared that he wrute it ' thriving.' ' It is a ein to etcul a pia,' and « mm. in Melbourne, has bean arrested for that very offence. Tho pin hao a «ii maud attached to it Tho idea that fruit eaten at night is deleteriouo iB proved by the bad euect ii had upon Adam from eatiug an uj-[-!-- after Eve ,' The well-known telescope of Joseph Millor brought the distant church so near that Paddy deolared ho could hear tho congregation singing. A...

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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

...??' Items of Sport. : . More Australian blood horses are being purchased for India. i , ' Tho English stcllion Ieingluss com mands 300 guineas a more at the etud. - Trenton's foe ia 100 guineas. Tho closest crickot match over played betweon Victoria and N.S.W. was in 1889, whon tho latter won by 12 runs. Forty-six raatcheo have now been playod b(?tT7eon Victoria and N.S.W. Tho former colony hao been victoriouu 81 and N.S.W. 25 timoo. . ; ' -- The sensational men of tho team going to England should prove to boEady with '?:'.'? both bat end ball, and Iredalo with the '.'.'?' 'bat v ? Hourigan has won the biggest, bicycle ?. '???? prize, £250, ever raced for in Auutralia. The well-known racohorso Patron is in , ?. ; work again and promisoa to ntund another v . pi opo ration. Ho cannot bo ready for the ,:; .-? .; : . Australian Cup. ' . That well-known old R-ndwick fraud, :: Myles Standioh, tho ?' prey plater ' has : ??'?' heon running forward at Candolo. '.?'?'.''??* . 1 'M'Kibbin h...

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Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

fitful, Motes. [By-Okpheds.] ,, Item: — 'Supposed discovery of infant remains. They^-pioy© ..to be those of a dog.' ? On reading the account we iind that some ?workmen found the: bones in a Lo3^ -where thoy wero digging, called a policomau, who convey a to morgue ; an other -man ; takes' charge .-. and-, strictly guards them.; another. Constablo appeura, then the citv coroner, . 'who orders Dr. Kennie to examine scientifically. Mean time minors flow round of a horrible discovery, find ? a message, arrived at tho morgue saying the bones should bo a do^'o. Examination confirma this ' oven tothojoint3 of tho tail.' What 1 won der at is that all the people who saw it ?were ignorant of the shape -.-f he human head, not to mention the tail. Wo are yot in a state of barbarism. The son was called upon to propose the toast of ' The Press.' Rising with a conscious power of his own worth, and at the saino time with a doubt aB to whether he could succeed or not, ho » thought it best to launch o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

An osamination iuto tlio buoiiiCBS operationo and pronout position of the Mutual Lit'o Insurance Compauj of Now York -has just boon justilied by tho In Btirunce Uopartment of the Stato of New ?v Yorlc u.t the request o£ t!io Company. The investigation was o£ the moat careful character, engaging tho attention of the Department for- about oightcon months, ami itd result tvao to vorify in every par ticular the statement issued by tho Company's Erocutivo at tho closo of last 1 year. Tho income for tlio year amounted to. cloae on a million pounds sterling. — Aovr.

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

UDelegate Elsvey. ? (frojt oun coiinr;spoNDi:Nr.^ We are the same plodders as of old jogging along in tho same stereotyped fashion, apparently quite content to pur oue tho even tonor of our way ; but ' coming ovents cast their shadows be-1 v fore,' and in my day dreams (which, by the-bvc, aro few and for betweeni I fancy I can discern, through -tho hazy mist of future events, a most favorable ? s state of affairs. Imprimis, our mines (the Bonanza principally) aro attracting the attention of some Sydney capitalists,-, , and I hear that eome men have beon put1' ? on to sink a 50ft. shaft, to give the reef a trial, with da viow to purchasing. It ?uould bo a good thing for this district if ' Gome monied men were to aeoumo the proprietorship of our mines. By tho way, that recalls the remarks made by Mr. Anderson, vhon ho assured tho members of tho House that ' tho wealth of nations lnyhiddonboneaththe, ourfaco of Gippaland.' Though not en tirely xo. accord with Mr. Anderson in regarcl to...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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As the Crow Flies. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

As tine .Crow Mies. '- ? ' - As an instance of tho fact that great .things from little, things do grow, w«. . append an anocdoto which ' Woomera,' ? in the Australasian, appear a ,. to have evolved out of a remark made recently at the Licensing Court at Bairnsdale-':-^ 'When Mr. A. W. Howitt was police magistrate in Bairn sdale, ho was. also dispenser of hotel licenses. Once, when an application for a new license was be fore him, a good-looldng but rather flip pant young man named Foster was called in support of the application. ' How far is the nearest hotel from this house B ' asked the magistrate. ' About ton .miles , by the road,' ' But what is the distance as the crow flieB ? ' 'I have never been that way, your worship.' ' Stand down, sir.' ? Yes, your worship.' . The dietanco 1 between. that young man and somewhat presumptuous witness and tho office of Minister of Mines was so great that not - even a crow would have attempted to traverse it. But tho young man went , round by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

CLEMENTS TO^i0^^^$M'X§fM0^^ has ; sf6^:iTHE- ?- '{ y$$£:$$$0!$$& TEST OP TIME, . ' ^0^:$^^'0l§\^ IS NOT A .-^ACK^:NO^^n|';^v?S|SI^ BUT ?A.:tEUABtg^$M^MiMmi PHARMACEUTICAL I-REPA^T]pfe|^||^^| positively:™^' ^:-iiiili8i^ INDIGESTION, ,.:. . m^^&M NEURALGIA, '.^^|WP|1 WEAKNESS, .-N^i«| GENERAL DEBnAT^/;;Vw||y LIVER AND KIDNEY COMPLAINTS: ^0S$m READ THIS CASE'/- , -/ '?: :-??$M^ Mrs M. Blakely, Wilson-street, West1 ^ i''i'1?^;-!ftv|ifC Wallsend, N S.W.. who writes on Febrvt ', :';- ;'^M arjr 14th, 1803 : — About two ye?)r8:yearn .' -v. :^;$$fj ago I was very much troubled with dys-'- ?-.?/'\;-]l%'J$$i\ pepsia, pains in the back, and continual : -.\ ???:':?-.}??$$. headaches. I wao never free from aeverfi ?? 'i..- ;,'.;;'.i -'-li'?;^ fits of retching, everything of which I ..?.?;': :-f ?.'.--'?; partook seemed to turn into water. A-- :- ?' ? '; '(..''?'??'..f^f). last I became so bad that I was' advised i'Vii1-!:^ by the doctor who was attending on me '''?'?? ??'i:''$.'j ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT, f A concert to provide funds to effect re pairs to the local Presbyterian Chiirch is advertised in this issue to be held in the Assembly Hall on the evening of Thurs day, the 27th inst. In . addition to a nuBib3r ox local vocalists, visitors xrom Bombala, Corrowpng and. Craigie have voluntesred to take part, and & good evening's enjoyment should result. .The low price of admission, together with.the worthy object of tho entertainment, should oaouro a large attendance, and wo confidently hope to eeo.thelittle boll well filled. A full programme will ap pear in ous next issue.

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RELIEF TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

? ' RELIEF TO SELECTORS. On Sunday laot, the member for the district, Mr...W. H.: Wood, left for Syd ney to attend o Conference of' members roprsaonting the drocght-strickeii dis tricts, and to. form one of a deputation which., was to wait upon the Minister for Lands on Tuesday last, with respect to relief to' salectora whom. the hardships of the e^asoxi have placed in need of relief. ? . . .'?.;,/

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ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

- ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS. A special meeting of members of tha Star of Dolegate Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., waB held in the Lodge room on Saturday, night last. ; The business brought up for discussion was the advisableness of celebrating the anniversary of the branch by a picnic and sports on St. Patrick's Day. Bro. T. Martin was voted to the results of the last .cqlebration, ' which chowed a credit balance of about £4 and ; cavoral trophies, it was unanimously do- 1 cided, on the motion of Bro. Ford, sec onded by Bro. Campbell, to go through with tho project. Those preseut formed themselves into a committee, with power ( to add to their number, and Bro. T. Ford vras unanimously elected secretary. on tho motion of Bro. Dawcon. A draft programme was prepared, and tho meet ing adjourned to Tuesday night, wbon the programme appearing in another ^ column was arranged, eoveral minor bvento being loffc open until a canvas wa3 made for trophies aa pri/iok The ' nomination fco of iialf-a*crcnvn should en...

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