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

. CRICKET MATCH. On Saturday nest teams representing N.S.W., and the immediate localities on tho Victorian side of the border, will gain try conclusions on the I^elogate wicket. On the last occasion when these teams met, it will be romembored a vory close contest was tho result, the Victorians winning -a kard-oarned victory by a few runs. Both sides aro equally confident of victory, and an intereRting match etioald bo witnessed. . Tlie follow ing is the local team :— Messrs. Kemp,' Ford, Wood (2), Keating, Kebby, Harvey Coote, C. Walcott, Watson, Martin ; emer gencies, Stutckbury, Tierney, O. Walcbtt. Tho Dalegato River team will bo selected from tho following, who are requested by the secretary, Mr. Ellis, to be on the ground at 11 a.m. :— Mahony, Fletcher' ' (2), Lewis, Ryan, Smithwick, Armstrong, Ellio, M'Donald, Mead, Buckland (2), * Wayte, Allen, Bridle, Morrison, senr,, and Clifford.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

L©cal Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Several cases came before the Police and Small Debts Courts yesterday, but wo were unable to attend owing to it falling on bur publication day. A report of the proceedings will appear in our next issue.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

The Brifciali Empire have had to acknow ledge that hor ouproinacy upon the ocean is the foundation and sole assurance of her national Decurity, and the othor preat Pov?ero of Europe aro boginning to View the matter in tho came light. The determination of the British Cabinet to increase the Dtrength of its navy haa had the effect of urging Franco, Ruosia, and Germany to do the same, and theso coun tries are straining,. their resources to rival the power of Great Britain upon her own element. Now that statesmen and the psoplo are fully alive to tho importance of the issue, we may be confident that tho British navy will not be allowed to suffer from neglect, and that should the emergency arise we should find therain the bulwarks against any attacks of our enemies. Yet it is curious to consider how little can be predicted 'with certainty concerning the possibilities o£ naval war fare in the'f uture. Since tho celebrated encounter 84 yeara ago in Hampton Roads, whioh brought about a revo...

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Mining at Pambula. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 13 February 1896

Minint£.at!PaM)ula. '(From; the Voice.) . The fortunate owners of the Great Victory! Gold Mine are Bhaking hands with them-i selves' as the work progresses and the mino becomes more and more developed. From. +V» « I... -. Jl ? 1 I- ? A 1 ? 1 J.. 1.1... 1- ? . .1 ? 1 viiv jnuuurtiu itiub iuvm w tuu uui'umu and forty feet, which is driven north for 45 feet and connected by winzo- at the northern end of each drivo, the lode looks splendid and is very compact be tween two well defined walls running with, an easterly underlay fit an angle of about 55 degrees. The width of lode is very even from where it was first struck, in shaft at a depth of about 80 feet, and continues down to bottom of present well hole at nearly 5 feetiu width, over 2 feet of which is estimated to yield 8 to 10 ounces of gold per ton, and which is kept separate for shipment to Sydney whilst the remaining width of Jod. (which is all carrying gold) is estimated to yield, from -g'oz. to 3oz. per ton ia bring kept for f...

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

THE WEATHER. A deliqhttoi. change took placo in the weather, on Tuesday evening. Steady rain commenced to fall at about mid night, and continued, with ono short intermission, up to time of going to press lrafc evening, when appearances 'were Dtroagly in favor of a continuance. The residents, are jubilant,, aa they consider thct the dry 0p6k'has now broken.

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

Harvest . festival. On last Friday evening and Sunday morn ing the annual .'Harvest. .Festival and Thanksgiving Service was celebrated in the Church of England, which had been neatly and prettily decorated for the occasion, by several, ladies of the congre gation, with flowers and cereals. Owing to the unfavorable season there was a complete dearth in vegetables and a. paucity in fruit. Some little trouble was anticipated in getting flowers, but fortu nately several ladies of the town had a well-cared-for flower garden, and these were severely drawn upon for decorating purposes. On a piece on cloth over the Chancel was the word 'Harvest-tide,' in red lettering, and along the railing of same was the word ' Harvest,' neatly executed in w-'itf- letters, of a 6oft dowm substance, on a groundwork of ivy, the letters standing out in bold relief* and f ormincr a nice ' contrast with the fresh looking ivy which encompassed them. On each side, of' the entrance ' to the Chancel was placed a s...

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

POSTAL. We are continually receiving complaints of the non-delivery of papers. We take the precaution to see that all papers are posted, regularly, so that the irregularity must occur in the post offices. We must ask postmasters, to kindly .see 'to this matter. We -have an aversion to mak ing complaints, but if the annoyance continues we shall be compelled to proteot ourselves.

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

?''????'?'?? ? ????'??:;-:yr;:-:?ji4t' ?''' '??'' V^''1'; BOBBER POST. ?? ? ? ' ' ? ' ' ? ? PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. . ?,*? _ ? ? ? ? ? . ?' and Circulating in Delegate,. Cbaxgxe,' Bohbala, 'Cobhowono,, Tombono, Delegate Riveb,.- , Waxlendibbt, Benboc and Bonano ( Vic.) PLOW^GHT AND DAWSON, PROPRIETORS. ? THE POLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC. '????'?'??.''??- ?- ) . ???;?.,? v THE ABCHJS . ' ... . ?? -?-?? ??? ??? . ...?'.????? Will be thoroughly Bepr~eent/mve of the DiBtriot—- Clean, Newsy, and '-.-..? la' resting. Terras of Subscription : 4o PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. .. . 6b „. , ifBOOKED. . 7b 6d per HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE. : 10b „ ifBOOKED. ? ' ?'.'' REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE OB P.O. ORDER. Rates of Advertising : 'SINGLE COLUMN jADVERTI8e'mENT8, FIRST INCH, THREE SHILLINGS; EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO '* * . SHILLINGS. ? ' . DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCH, THREE 8HILLINGS. » Special Bates for Standing Advts. BUSINESS ME...

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

Mining ? Items. A crushing of 43 tons of atone frpm '' the Mallacoota Proprietary mino yielded a leturn of 43oz of gold. There arc now ove* a hundred men ? prospecting in the vicin-ty of Club Ter race, pome ot whom are' meeting -with fair prospects. Good gold is reported to have been struck at Quandongk about throo niflea from GronfoU, by one of tho ? partieB » aided by the prospecting vote. The find! ' ' is in deep ground, and there iaagood thickness of wash. * ' i ningerty and party cleaned, up 48 tons' of atone at Reefton last week for 2ozs 6dwt por ton. Warden Claibe is now 'f busy attending to applications for por mits at Scrub Yaids, Coinbaning. It will ^ take over a week to deal with th& ' applications. ' ' t Newo has been received that a ciushing ^ of 66 tons from tho Ul Gold mine,' at t ' bheepstation Creek (Vic,), has yielde3 ' » 185oz 19dwt if retorted gold The sink^ ing on this reef is down to the 100ft level and is the deepest on tho field. Tloberfc ' Richmond a...

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

DELEGATE. H. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. / ? I (Established 1875,) ,/ \ ~ ? i A; LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOOK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO CHOOSE FROM. * Only First-class Goods kept in Stock - . — . BUY ANXfcBE^PJPS^/^BGVS.' Four Shillings per. Quarter im Advance. SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE. ,v Advertisements, at Reasonable Rates. i \ l ; ? - ? » y ? t ' ? ; _ . _ . - ^ utOT 'Made in Germany.' ^-ATKINSON'S.' .-, ? The Finest EnglishtMake. S^orc Fragrant ; More tasting, and ' . ,/~ *** . Very much More Refreshing v ? - i \ than the German Kinds. Use iTKINlSpN'S Honl^( . And Beware of Imitations.) A ^ X/ ? ? ? — ~ — ^ f ' , v .- Only Genuine with Shield-shape Blue fiu^Y^ow/Libstin^^nai-K'f White Robo' Trade Mark. ? ;'?.?; r_ -,-V:;: '--; ^^^^^.'^VVj^X^ x V' ??; Of ALL DEALERS, and of the MANUFACTURERS^^^^ Jo &? E- AT^^TO*^5^^^^^^^. ? ?: ? ?.:;..:.:,?;:?. ' -vr-;-^v :?'-.'?' -v /. .-: 'W '^^-^C^l^p®^^^^'-:-:

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

?': -v ' , News aiid Notes.* '?? Yankee Doodle h pure Wended Vir .'' ginian.~-Apvr. , Two mote vacancies are expected shortly to occur in the Assembly. iff ' / y: / 'Greased from top 'to bottom.' Lyne's 1/ opinion of Reid. ./ t , The Premier ia marvelling how ho will , .? managa to beop poaco with the labor ' ' , party. ; N ' ?. f - -? London's ex-Lord Mayor, Sir Joseph ^l t ?- ' Benale, ia having a look at Coolgardie. t, j - - yj Reportoro differ. The S. M. Hbbaid \ , ?? esys Lyno'o meeting at Bathnrat was \ 'poorly attended.' The Teusobaph \ , - 8a.ya the ' gathering was large.' b ', ' ? . .'.?'?? t __' Johnson ocrvod just a third of hia uen t tesce in connection with tho Butler ease. , ^ This was 12 monthB too long. Tho Domain Doeeors zeoeivod a severe ibock when Minister Brunker divulged , that thoy could be evicted if necessary. I It is conoidored almost certain that the I Full Court will quash the conviction of * H. I). Mooghor. In Hobart the Governor is expected to pay for. h...

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

General Hews. Mahtiied in Gaol.— Ethel Susannah' 'Wright, who is now serving a sentence ol ^ four years' peual aorvitudo for perjury in connection with tho Guimodah alleged poisoning caso, was married in tho Tnm- ? : ? worth Gaol . last Thursday to- a young ; man named Frederick Edward ? Cantaell. ^ , ','_. Tho prisoner is about to become1 a mother. ,_ , Victoria's Revenue. — The colony's re venuo for the first half of thefinancial , ^, rear ieii snoro uj. luo oowi»«.i~ -^ £65,840, bub January's receipts are £57,942 in excess of tho estimate, so that the revenue ha3 caught, up to'., within £7400 of the amount expected to- be rea lised in the seven months. Cooma Athletic Club.—A eomtnittee meeting of the above club was held in the ' Manaro Mercury ' office on Monday „;„!?* fr.-* t\in nnrnnsn of Dassinc accounts in connection with their recent sports. Several accounts amounting in all' tc about £15 wore passed for paymorit, and after this being done the receipts showed that tho club h...

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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

FICTION. MARGUERITE'S .'. HERITAGE ' ', - t By Mes. Geoeoie, Sheldon. \) ' CHAPTER 3, (Continued). ^ 'Nothing. Thoro woro a few changes lot tOlotbixig of eimplo and inexpensive ' aidterift], but very neatly made. They \*exe not marked in any way — there wao '.'???'' \':\ .absolutely notbiag to torvo as a clue to ??.;: V: her parentngo save' tho handwriting of .'?. '^. ? t?e mother.' .???'.' It ie a very romantic story,' oaid 1 v '?'?? Tt»ginald thoughtfully. '/?..?..????; 'Yob, it .ia,'. his companion roplied, '. ? i ?.?.' and no ono living hero, aavo myeplf, '\: ' ,1iaB ever learned the truth. I\Tr. Arnold ? .told me it in confidenco v/hon, at ono . time, Marguerito \7no ill, and I aaked ? some questions bearing upon f.ho law of ;.-,;. hoxeditary, which he could not truth ' ?!'?.' '??' . .fdlly answer and keep hio oecrot, I !, ' . cwnot feel that I am doing wrong in ',' giving thio information to you, eo that ' :too uay ho ablo to treat her intelli .garitlyj' tho doctor gravely con...

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POETRY. DYING IN HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

;-:-';^r;;:-F;^:BT.RiV '?.'';? /. -V . ^DTi$fa-INHAENE8a.;, . . \.; T Only »f^^Bo»^8teaw6dd'outthbroontho ': .ttte6tohed;;inrth6l:i?rs'kon'Bhoito;andornflhea C by tfce heavyjoad,; .'.; . r -: . ,'Oaty a fallonhowe and a circle of wondering V ?? * ?'?'': ©3rbfl *? l* ' ' ' ' ' ' , ; ? ????? Watbhing the frightened teamster goading fcho ?'?.?.!? ?..;'.';£::ibaan-t9*i8e--'-'-' ?.'.''? : .'??'.'. '? ' ''?' ', i'llold !' fo'r hia toi1 is ovor, no more labor for :?-????; ''^h'im j' ''?.'. ???'?'' ' : 1 i ? .? n— 4hA **/t/*«. tioaV mifflfcrflf/»hni1- find tihft T5T1 ? V ??.-? ?? ?' ? 'tfwitoyea grow dim; ' ?? 1 ??.'.'. ' Moo oat .the friondly otonea how poncofully / ''. ?_?. ?' , ??; reatsvbin head, ? . ' ?? ???''?? Thinking, if dumb boasts think, how good it .v.' ... ' is to bo doud ; :. Jjtor cho burdonod journoy, how rc3tfal it is ?? .'? ''??-'. -.i-.toJie; '-. ,' TVith the broken shafts and tho crnelload, ' . ' v?ai:ing only to die '. ?';. ? /; Thatchers, ho died in harness, died in th...

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CRAIGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

.'. ' ciwaiE. I will deal first with the kindly-disposed offor mado by your valuable contributor who subscribes himself 'Orpheus,' which is a most suitable name for one vzho, like eomo of our ancient bards, has a ' cut in ' at everything and everybody. Yofc, compliance with his request to form1 a Mutual Admiration Society of two (him and me), I am not going to grant, for, firstly, so far as I am personally con cerned, therO IS nn -nnnA f™ {f mv membership liaving long ago been duly assured 5 secondly, I am not capable of, bestowing such an amount of kudos upon him as' I candidly admit he de serves, but clocn not laclc ; and thirdly, I doubt ' Orphous' ' ability to satisfy my exorbitant dcairo for nraise, which mr friend longs to pour out upon me, but if he will make out an inventory of his vocabulary of laudatory lore and pass it along this way, thero ia no saying what compact may aribe. Now, about theso suppoaed human re mains, which he wonders were not known by:;tho joints of the ...

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BENDOC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

' . . .. E!3FJI!M!-£. The scarcity of water' for motive power keeps mining much quieter this summer than it 'should be if the claim holders were able to crush. The only recent crushings are Messrs.. 'Christy and Law son, 4 rons, rrom tne South Discovery, for a satisfactory return ; and Messrs. Warne and Downey,. 4 tons, from ; tho Star of Bendoc, pbtained.the, splendid yield of Qioz. of smelted gold. This claim is one worthy of a good trial, either by a party pf men or else capital,— half-a-dozon good monmiffht.be better than canifcal. ? ? Tim atone ' at the bottom level showa good gold freely, but ..tho water being trouble some, three shifts. of men would bo required to guarantee ' succQsa. If the proprietors succeed in starting again with full- power, the new shareholders will have a good show for their risk. j Vale and Coulter .have ?; swelled their ..Quartz., paddock ^considerably with fair Quality stone, and will probably. crush during the present month'. At Clarkville tho peop...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

MSTJWir .EJffiJWS. (Fitpji oua Correspondents.) SOHKAILA. At the eleotion of Aldermen held on tho 10th inst., Messrs., H. M. Joseph C. Murphy, and E.Plowrxght wore returned. The polling waa a3 follows: — H. M. Joseph, 51 ; E. Plowright, 45 -T C. Mur pny, 40-j. JU... Honwood, 23.: At the special meeting held, pn Thursday, the 13th ult., Alderman H., M,. Joseph was re-elected Mayor unopposed. This is his sixth year. All the members of last year's committee's were- re-elected. On iWednesday. - the deferred annual meeting, of the Exhibition Sooiety was held, when officers were appointed, and the secretary, Mr. W. J, Fell. r/-»mi,ri Mr. Thomas, of the Commercial Bank, undertaking the duties o£ secretary^ The meeting adjourned; to the 1st April; after a committee had been appointed1 to canvss for Bubseriptiorio, and on the result of their efforts will - depend whetner the society is wound up or otherwise. ; ±ke annual meeting of the Coursing Club waB held on AVednesday.laat, and a .very e...

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BOMBALA CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY CO., LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

BOMBALA COrOPERATrVE- DAIRY . CO., LIMITED. ? By tho Bombala Times wo learn that a general meeting of shareholders in tho above company, at which about thirty attonded, was. held last woolr, for the purpose of confirming a resolution passed at a previous meeting, empowering tho directors to borrow £2000. In the ab sence of Dr. Eddie, who was unable to attend, Mr. M. M. Emanuol occupied tho chair. On the proposal that the minutea of the last meeting be confirmed, the o -n-u , a neSatived by 10. votes to ». I he chairman said that as the meet ing refused to confirm theso minuteo there wag nothing more to bo done. No — *« i^jxuvuw wouui oo made and tho company would have to go into liquida-' tion as the bank would not advance any further money. Mr. Emanuel then left tho chair. Although tho meeting was declared closed, a very warm discuaaion enoued, the outcome of which was that iur Ilalliday proposed, and Mr. R. Stev uuson secondea, » That Mr. Emanuel be asked to again take the chair, ...

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CHINATOWN FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

CHINATOWN FESTIVITIES The ..Chinese at . Craigie have bee^ all aglow with enthusiasm during the past week or so in celebration of their New ^ear, : The.', festivities ^extend over' a period of two, weeks, this, we understand, being:, the last day. On Sunday last a number, of visitors- from Delegate and eisewnore, . including, a member of this firm, jonrneyed to Craigie to witness the novel, colebratjon, but. although, wo, were an eye-witnoBs ,we .would . not attempt 'to give,. a description, which to. pne not thoroughly conversant ,wjth their customo is.. an absplute impppsibility. .Feastino-, iirey^prks, noise. and jjin .wore thpordor of the ; day, and. the, C^lesiials .appeared to .ti?1.e.?» ?, ??6 .-.'off? ! told, the Chineso: treated . yisitoraM to . this ,; celebration with lavish, generosity, biit Johnny, has learned more -.sayee. .otlatq, and it.is.npw only the favored; .few-who, are.invited to pjirtake oAa^'°fr,0^er &om ,thp.,gin;bdttlo.- ; ,The noiso pf .the 'flxewp...

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The Tantanoola Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

TneTant&miflQla Tiger. ' When the Tantanoola tiger, after nearly stopping ordinary industrial progretss throughout a considerable district of Australia was shot, eomo people -were sanguiuo enough to beliove that was tho conclusion of tho matter. They wero too sanguine, it 6eoms. Thero woro many who portentiously shook their heads and doclared that tho body was not that of tho terrifying animal at all. Thore have been rumors now and then of appearances in different narts of tho Bordor territory. of persons on tho way home boing chased by horrid big things, and now thqre is a great scare in GippBland. Near Walholla a young man was carrying — on the back of a mulo — a lot of clothing to where his Bister was washing on the bank of a creek. Suddenly tho mulo lot a yell out of it, and bolted, and tho young man looked and did likewise. Both the young man and tho girl, who afterwards had an ? opportunity of seeing the thing, describes it as a striped animal twice as big as the ?;?' ...

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