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Sad Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

Sad' Eailwav Accident. ; . i -Thej 5.8Q;.jW%aUspnd--itrain,rvapproriehfn{yr Newcastle station on Sunday/.everiing, ran over. DcliRliterriian'tnanrod iGhui'les Wilson/ ..and; completely, severed his right leg below. ;the kneo/-....^ils6n.wasi!re;noved/tQ the hos pital arid1,operatedWipon'b'y: . DrJPagei 'He nppearsuto .have suffered several- internal' injuries.- ? ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VALERIE AYLMER. BOOK VI. CHAPTER I.—THE SHADOW OF BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

YALBBIB A'YLMER. , . BX TUB AUTHOR or MOUTON IIOUSB. BOOK VI. 1 . GHAPTJ3U I.-THE SHADOW' OF BLOOD. " TIME put Llis Bickle'in'nmoner_ tho days," nnd, with tho Bummer of 1867, came the Q-r'Bftt Exhibition "of Paris, where, in the train,..of drownod beads,,.flocked all tho world's large classl6f'sight-seersand Iplnas ure-seekers.- The- month of Juno jfound ^Valerie and Notta'alone at the cMteau, for General" Aylmer bad gone with Eugene to Paris, ond Gaston Daroy had been there, for some''months.:'under; modioal care.j The ? health of the .latter was ^breaking so fast,. andbiVdebility and suffering increasing < so' rapidly,, that', before he, lefc.thom.Valerie often ' felt' inclined to "urge that he should: write to Maurice bidding him return if ho wished\ to: :sqo liis brother,, again in lifo. But her courage never bore her out ini doing ithisiySho* would, begin: often, but < break down always.. 1 ''"You have never told Maurice how' weak you aro," she 1 said one ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER I.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

3E33L«Kji33B£r' ? .'^W'^rBarM'^ES. CHAPTER I,-COKTINDED No,time, now, in this chaos of pushing, >! :i crowding, ; Bleeping, stumbling, groaning,* and swearing', for any one to fool a pang ,of sorrow at quitting the old land for over, or a pang'Of romorso for the causes which havo compelled theinto quit it. j ,., : '. X , Thoy will hiwo tirao enough for that here after-when they have been a month 'f out," perhaps,'aiiii'all the; stories have been told, «nd all tb.e"..songs sung, and the tattered copies of .the newspapers which they brought away with them havo been read aloud to an, admiring;.oircle. by .the^ex-Sunday-soliolar/1 .whose book-learning is looked upon as so T ;marvellous, learning.ovtjr the bulwarks and " 'gazing at the eternal and never-changing; waste of: skytond sea. a ;j ' Soma "of them' will' pi'ctu ro to themse»vas thG old home in 'theiif nativeiyvillage, the old fi'iendd and neighbburs;'' the regular -round iv ^ of;daily lifo" plodded /througli', for so; many, '...

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

"UNION GLUB HOTEL, . ®lLOABTJB'rSTKlEET#. ?' GfrO XTMlirf 33-U 3E2, EST . TEGS' respectfully to inform tho inhabitants of Goulbnrn and surrounding Districts' tliot bo lias rented tboso lii'go and commndioiiK Promises in Sloano-Ktroet iopposite Messrs. Fur'ner audlSuus), now known as the' . .>' ? j "SJMftW CJLI71S SSOTJEIi, AVhero lio hopirs by oivjlily. fltrJot attention lobusi /'HOBS, ond keeping, rtono^but tlio ''v-''. Very Best. Brands of Wines, Spirits, ; . and Beers. ! To merit A Jiharoof public putronngo. " llo ulso'begH tniiifovm thom ttiut, tliroufili special 'rirrnngB/rictits whicli liu lia'g' ti\ado, ho is cnnblud to guarantee iW'Tiiivullors and ihepublio Knnerally" . WwKiaY" ACCOMMOMATTIMM 'coriduoivo-to their comfort,- 'and-ia'determined to ~ mnlio tho ,. j . . second'to1 oone'in the oily. '? < ?? v . . . , !Ll iy ; . fl3r "Firatrclass S,tat)Iing. \ . <?* .;-;i Charges Strictly- Moderate. . '.;D. " McGALLUlir; ' - , ..I'noj'HiKTon. ia^ob^hman,; i...

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University Scholarship. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 5 July 1881

University Scholarship.       A meeting of teachers and other gentle- men, subscribers to the addresses of the   members of the late Council of Education, was held at Fort-street, Sydney at noon, on Saturday last, to determine the destination of the surplus of the amount subscribed.   Mr. A. Forbes, M.A., who occupied the chair said' that the scheme that met with his approbation, and wliich he thought was most favourcd by the interested parties, was to make of the balance the nucleus of a fund to establish for the children of teachers a University socholarship, to be called "The Council of Education Scholarship." In accordance with his view, he submitted a draft of resolutions which the meeting, if it approved of this proposal, might act upon. These resolutions, which were substantially   adopted, were as follows 1. That the meet- ing deemed it desirable, and of importance, to keep alive in the colony the ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FKOM GREV« LLE'S TELEGJIAM COMPANY.] ' . SYDNEY. ' ? TUESDAY. PAIUIAMENT was opened nt usoa to-diiy. There was a brilliant attendance, butnothiug striking in tho Governor's' speech. It first alludes to tlie Chinese quostion, Bnd pro mises an early introduction of a bill upon the matter ; then to tho traffic in intoxica ting liquors, and the immediate tabling of a measure giving ratepayers a voice in deter mining tlie issue of lioonses. It also pro mises bills to extend municipal government throughout tho colony ; to amend tlie miuing laws; toj establish -. forest nurseries; to ami-rid the morchant-3eainon's law; to pro moto tc-olinical nnd'art.education; to amend tho Navigation Act ; to place the savings' banks on more satisfactory foundation ; to improve tlio management of public charities; to repioss and punish larrilcinism, and to nrueliornto the condition of the aborigines It states that the estimates will beiutroduood a8 soon: as the disposal of oilier m...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news:"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

NEWS' AND NOTES. "Brief, then j mid wlint'n tlio news l"~King John, Weather beautifully fine. John Davios, S.I.P., v.,Alderman Frede : rickiHorii-libel, damages £2000.; ' The Adelaide -Exhibition- is a great success. ?? At a " go-as-you-rplease" in Gronfell, a man named Brennan .walked 74 miles in 16 hours. ?/ . ? : Sir. IJonry jPark.es delivered!80 speeches ' during Inst spssionv Mr. McElhorib' comes next with 120. ! '? . i The Queensland'revenue for the quarter .shows'an- iucrease bf £160,000; as compared with the corresponding quarter. i - The-University Football Glub defeated the Wallaroo^*on'-Saturday last. A player named Logan had his collar-bone fractured . during the game."" : ^ . | : The,oddfelIOAVS of Goulburn;have presen ted an a'ddreb'.nnd' purse of soveroignsfto /. Mr. 'George: Gray, on the occasion of. his departure for Yass.. : j ; ' The announcement that the farmers ofthe , Hunter Valley are enlarging'the plots unaor. .' tobacco,must,bo rogardisd, in an.agrioulturalv...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

COOTAMUNDllA. NEWS. (FBOM' Ollli COBHESPONDENT.) BXTBAOHDINAUY MBHINO WETHER.-A pet wether, 4-tooth, fattened by Mr. J. F. McEvoy, of Gundngai, was killed by Danald ; McLean, butcher, of that town last woek ; it . weighed 134 pounds, . J , . NEW BREWERIES.-A now .brewery is opened on the Ternora road, at Mrs, Cowan's ' Half-way Inn. I had the satisfaction of tastjog the second brew last Sunday, and it bids fair, with a little age, to rival the Sydney brewerios. A second brewery is nearly completed at Cnotarnundra ; they have promised to let tue taste I heir new brew in " August. ' ) . A SOIIATOU TEAM,-A well-known charac ter, plying between Tc-mora and Cootamun diM na n carrier. *nd flying teamster, who piofosBes to be a rival of Cobb and Co., and to 'carry a load through in a day," I did* a bet at tlxoOootainundra Hotel on Saturday morn ing la»t that ho would go through to Temora in a day. He had four,"ilosin nrnt»V' for a team,-every bone and rib in . eaoh skeleton you could count...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

165&&K4immmfewx? . ? (FROM OUR COURKSFOKDUMT). \ !' .{ ' ' , Yxa'a ' HOSPITAL.- Tho usual monthly mooting ,of \thevVoommittoo*^of^ tho1 "Yaas Hospital {was\ lielduJon Mpmlny^,owning. Thoro^Vore^praaont tho prosidont'^fcTr. H. Dodda)!t,DiV'lBlakb,innflrMessi's^a}li()mp8on, HowolP, Snmpsoo, laud'the^'fieorotary.y l1ho minutes tif' tlaoMlast' mooting* wora^rodd'and oonfirrao'dV;,. Tlio, medical* report",\'as ,readf by Dr. jBlnfre,'- was' highlyilfsntfaffl^otpr^. ^Tlio pauper/fund was uomtrfontod u'tJon to ajjreat » oxldiit'^and'aftor paying'tho overdraft'at tho A.*J.''8.fBftnlc, the' gbrier'alllacoount ? snowed a drodit'oi'£ 136 -1 Oa'. 1 MivA.' TLVMjLeiio , alloViTdjltliisr? temporary IJovordraft^without ^ mtores&for^whioliHtio 'committee passed to that ^gWllemJm ^a^spobial J vol bi of' thanks. Thblfpfekdenttfthon^/HlIaUd^thttfeltbisllargp oasli ^b'alanco^Avt/S'" due sui'o^to'^tho'rtoxbrlions of^h'Q'ffeocrolary.^ 1 I aaY'ho^h'irds got'' t h o ] ftti n ol a i m ...

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GOULBURN SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

GOULBURN SM ALL,DEBTS COURT. 4 Th a' fol 1 owin g' un cl ufonrt od' cttB®s. woro din posed of ; aevorul others having.booo sottlod out Of! OOlirt. I.,. ! , .? ; 1 :vi".i'M''Sullaiv; MlKinnon.-Claim, £1 .flsl 3d. 'iM'r;''i;Bottr'!ifdp:,'pUin»iffi}vdefondant^did'.,n6t: apnoar. ..Yordiot: for.'tho amount, with 13s. costs. ' ' " ft y ^ , :? M'Sulla v;;M. v3?isher,T--:01niui, £5^168; 8tl.; for' poods soldJ and^doliveiod. 1 'No np penmnco of defondantefeVerdictior. amount,, with'9a.'Gd, boats.*' ' "?'/. V-M'Sulln v^Honry^roon;-No npponranpo:; of'1 dufondont:;! nlaimjsri32;+;17s..,,3d. (. [Yerdiot' for amount wilhi'12s.!oost8.' , ?, ,< ; M'Sullft v."'Danipl Sullivan; olaim, £3; no defence. Yurdioi 'for amount, with 8a. OOS1S. ' 1 ! 'i ' ' I ' ; 1 The rbenoh, allowed additional coils 'of 6a. bach' io' five_ claims' 'of, 'M'Sulla'sJ ,ns' travelling expensea. , , , , ^ ;?>:i::M?Sulla.against ,Willio'm;E,obprts j' Olaitu,; ?£4'9sf;6di^v;No dofono0. rsVerdiot for,amount,; with' 12...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. Before Messrs. H. H. Yoss and A. Chisholm. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

CPU. LBURN'POLICE; COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. Before Mesfirs. H. Uv Yoss and'A; Cbisholm, DltUNK ANDJ DXSOJID15HI.V. ? ' ? ' Androw; EckmnnKwns; charged with; the above o/fcnccs/; .PJoo^ ijuilty. Fineii 20/, or 7 days in gaol. STJULINfl FHOlt A DWELLING. , Henry Feltbaai was charged with stonling; a coat. Prisoner was defended bv Mr. Betts. Constable Agtissiz? deposed: About half past' 0 last evoning^sMr. Cunningham, of Morulan, came to tbo police station and in formed me that a man .named Peltham bad stolen a upat from his store ; I immediately got' ,niy horse and went in: the1 direction prisoner had token ; I sow him lying on the side.of the road between Old and New, Mo rulau ; he had bis horse's bridle on his arm; lis appeared to be very druaIt; I roused him upland tasked h'iro if? he knew.anything of the coat I charged liiin with stealiug ; he was too drunk to make any sensible reply.; he had not the cout: on him or with him!; Mr. .Cunningham then i\>de up, and ' was satisfied t...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The fee of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. RE-ASSEMBLING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

3?"OBXiISI-XjBD EVEBY' JSIOHaSTIJSrG; ? . Truth,.ovorlovelK.sluoo.tlio.world.boami,' :? . ( I . Tho foo oriyrunts'hnd tlio frloml'of man.-Campbell, r 1 GOULBURN: .WEDNESDAY,, JULY. ,6. , RE-ASSEMBLING OF' PARLIA , ' -M3BNT.' v-i'i . . Let.the-shortcomings jand^blundQi's/ofany ? man bo 9V0r,B0j,egr0Ri0UB, wo,etill,hfivo,oon fid on 00 thati,timo£;.willk work .'k'loban&e/tand. " - that-reformation may sot in "on any day. Thu?,. however prodigal, a son(may be-even' ,, if violations oflfilial'dutieq nre;as:nutne-s .''' lr'ous'. dfc''thousands, on the 'soa-shore-the . .!v,'pai'ont still olingSito;,tho;:firm;;;belief..'.that a: . better time isiooriiipg,* arid;;fchatW> dny ;will .v.;yet dawQ.Avlienv'ljho'ifolly ; of ihis ^oar'oer will ' Y>~^Tise1 up\like,fv^gaunt.speclreibofore the erring; i orlo^ andt oause^his inind to alter'for, the; bo't-r torj-thereby^irging ,him; on,^to the,adoption1 ofr a different course'''of oonduct from, that hitherto followed."' 'It' is"ttiis' hope...

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Death by Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

tJi* to,"* ^ *?1 -""' v Jf«# «. *-4 j! ,. *. Death bv Drowmngf." f <* i > TIio, Wellington' Gnzot(o«rrpports ,tbiit onj Tuo8day'mornitig',t:Junb,28tl)j';iitwptf lodsidia-; ooVerodstbe^bbdy:ofiff*innn?lying).iD^.tli0|Bolji Rivor. at 'the baol^of-'Mossra./Fprgusou's'; .mil1S^rJjosbpdyi>Yos,d^hallow|water|ifiiof[ covered, and'was^caiiglit tbetwoon'soma/lowj 58 ui' mps^-iSorpennt fpbipli njjv.on fci,tO'.t hro|s po t; ttndfffbtitliftbddyfo«tt%Itjiw«8!ldiaoo^oroclrto; Jiojthoj royainsnofai'aAfHQjrdr^ .JiimesiPbliinHfkwhoj^ t! fn ^^ oek>>-CQff liuudjbut'juat'oommenoedlbuainesajmSfaijsuopi previously disappeared ;n a suddeu manner uothought of Ins death'was ' eiitermined^ !Half u ddiseD^'ylJouisKof: hiroseW aud £& and aoHje'silvcr wcro found in deceased's pockets. It'i$ pretty'evidmu:. that ilccenKed was re turniuf? home at night to Mone's: Hotel, when he fell over ; the- steep -bank of the river into a waterholo nenr the mill, ahout seven or eight feet deep, ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Disgraceful Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

LOOAL AND GENERAL NE,WS. Disgraceful Exhibition. '.<' ! <<', Last,night ubout nine o'clock our attention was drawn, to the Assembly Booms} Bol mors-etjunre, not, by, the ordinary dancing racket whioh is carried on there, but^by the .unearthly, screams of a female, who; made the-nigbt hideous wiikvhnr.. crying in a loud n andiviolent mnnuoiv ; ?Going outside,;,we saw r a'crowd'gathe'red'arouncli:. the; building talk iugiabout, the:unforluuato creature inside, .but .apparently .having , no- sympathy with her. ; ' All: we could learn was that eh'e'wua in a fit.!' ?? Inquiring as to thegirl.we wj^re told sheiwafi one-of thoao' who:!' once'were as fair as the beautiful - snow,'.' but 'altorwa'rds .foil from her high station.and became:anJoutcast. Herpresence had been objected ,to, : as also ! that,'of auotliergirl of the same olaas as her self, 'but how she yraa reduced:to tho w'rutuhod condition;in which we saw Haiy did-;not- be come apparent. After niuo...

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A Novel Accusation. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

f '"'I'"1 i"' A Novel Accusation." ^ :\:!.Wri8ibroug;ht;opainRtr..tho,:Spnaker,«iof f the 'Victorian Assembly-'on^Wednesday.by jMrj[ MJICoan; (tho^Viotorian M'BllionQjivwho.sac-: ousodH'ie Spdakor^'of4 being-15 "disorderly.'^, Mr. M'Kean, "who1 arose two,or>three\timeB,' but; failed to catoh'th'o Speaker's eye,-then pot' upland1 complained'"that he had-been < overlooked; and'saidthat'the Speaker): wasfdis orderly.. The Speaker: c¥mplninedtliat such lnnguapewas partly ajoltoi and should not be 'tolerated.' i He appealed to the^ Chief Sec retaryand^tb.thVleade'r^ot'tho'OppQsition j'foriprb too tion ;tt?MriiBerrjw said.h e- oer tai n ly. bad^noferVHeard 'suoh'a remark'iduringlvthoi 20>iyears; he had been*in parliament, jnnd l askodnh'o^h'on; memberto' at,once,'withdraws fit;-' .v^Iri!:«yMurray/Smith:alsoapp.oaledj,to.tho.. hon.'^member." /Mr^'M'Sloan sai'd h'ef .was' onlyjesting,,but'withdrew the remark.; r

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The Tramway to Crookwell. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

-"Tlie Tramway to ,Orookwell. <, .1 I The letter ptvonbolow^in reference! to the.. Grookwoll tramway, has boon, witliin;tho last , fewjdays, rocoi v.ed < by Mr. Myorsi'.M-;L.A.|:~ "."Departmentof vPublio .,,Works.; Railway ?Branch,' Sydney;-128th" June, 1881.--Sir, .In acknowledging the receipt of your letter' of'-.tliQ S3rd iiistu2it, in,!.iurtlior. rbtoi'GiicQ to fth&Grookwell;tramway;''nndasking: that you;. be allowed an1 opportunity of inspectingiLho-: I surveyor's rnport on. thia.liue^ andsJhat1 you l'mny;jbe inforniediof' fcbe lostimatodi; cost a'tld, inoomo," and 'nlso whethor it is intended to 'liinke' ai/further . survey,' JLj-hava |tho honor ^ to t inform you . jliat^ the , question ?of trrimwaysUss-foeders^to/thoVrnilwny'iVyill' reocuve'!',tho jconsideration <of-, the,; 'Govern-,, ment"" when, ^tlie^ oxpei iniental^' line ^ J bo Uyeeu Oampbelltowri and GaindGn-dias^bRon'. iSvorked "cr sufliciont time'/.to' admitVof; an i I'opiiii'o...

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A Dastardly Outrage [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

' A' Dastardly' Outrage } I On o couple of Chinaman was committed on Sutidny, June 26, at Bungaroe, by two | orj throe young-'meni;,'residing/in the ' neig hbourhood ; of th'e/ Junolion, ? wha liuve- 'btteii I summoned to tinswer'for.theirconduct to the l Dungaree Police. Court. It nppeais (says 'the' Ballarat ? OouriGr)» ithatr:thB/ inoffensive Chinese?. had rnoeived, permission from". Mr, J. 'Pr Smith to roBi'de- in"an' ? unoccupied ;lioupe]owiiud'.by.him,: and at aboufc.'hrtlf-past :12io'olock« these : three ;youn|j; fellows, who ' were'-returning: from? chapel,attacked, llie 'Ghin'eeo'i,-in!.'.tlio,,'hou8ey'Withr-atoneaw.through; :tlio^wiu(low8Lof hthe;,buildingi ,un(il??not. a ;pane: of glass or crossbar.; ol wood^wns left 'entiio.' One of the Chinese <received a spvero^brnise on the sido of hoad.; but(the otherma'naKrd'to.oscapB and get assistance. ?.Constable.. Stoddarti,'",wfls<?then::j'.8eiit:iforj' andi found tho 'floor of (the,house strewn with .lump...

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Annoyance by Larrikins. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

?4| v «Annoyance ,by Larrikins. | i> . A'somqwhat/naw^motbod i of doingffiis-' clueftsooilis!to:',;hftvo;om;nnn(od fromitho for-? lilo'bruln of?\oiti\looal.larrikiiis, for'on Mim ?dayrnig-1-^1*'. j - 'rr-iii lAub'ur^ jlbr,'^ ooriaiderabloIr,,tiuio'S IJ,^ ,.,'a nil nib or f'of»(' jliffli'tediGbinespibrBoluM'sfeboiVgi'-thrown-intoi''

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Ministerial Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

Ministerial Dinner. ' On the ocoaaion of tho second session of tho present Parliament, th« usual Minis terial dinner tool: place at the Parliamentary iRofreshraont .Room, on a Monday?,- evening. In addition to tho members, of tho.Upper House, the following, gentlomon consiiluiinfj ;tho Legislative Assembly''wore, present :-f Messrs. 'J.' P. Abolt, Abigail, Sir Wig ram Allun'; ' Knight 1 (Spenkwr), Messrs. ? A'fid'rows, . Btnlgery,, A;; Bowman;.«? S. v 0. BrownJ''". R. Barton,' Brodribb, Bu triolein, Honorablo E. A. , Bnkor ; Messrs.' OAmoron; Garter;1 01arko,< John %Dnvies,. O.M.G.,-Day, Dangar, Doughs, Eckfrrd, Pawaelt; Plotoher, PosloivPromlin, Pullford, Giirrnrd, Gnrreit;:Hezlei, Holhorow, Hanson,' 'K«»ir,t?',Eidil;rLevten,<B[onv.J'i'L»okey^Gopke,: Clark, * Levin, -Lynch, 1 Lyno, . ? Martin, M'L.iughlin,iMtyers; Murray, Pigott, Purves, Pilolier,' Poole,;Prootor, the Hon., Sir Henry Par'kea, K.0.S1.Q', Drs. Ronwiok. arid Messrs. Roseby, See, T. R. Smith, R. B...

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

. MASS WJfj^nin. GEH.JiPItA TJUO AT- . ]. . GOULBimN UIBTHIOT.' July MuidoddII,. >, OoDflrmstinn/nt'^ta. Patar and-Paul's, Cathedral, ' Goulburoi Siindny; 31st July. , V<: YASS MISSION. Ganojpg, Sunday,,July 10,

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