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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

GREAT REDUCTIONS IN THE PRICE OF GROCERIES FVWo MeBMCIMm i T)EGS to call the attention of his friends and the public generally to L' X) the UNDE RMEN TIONKD PRICES, which will DEFY COM ' PETITION: IF1 O IR, C .A. S 35C . BEST TEA, 2s 3d per lb. COFFEE, Is" OATMEAL, 7 lbs for 1/6 RICE, 3d per lb. ARROWROOT, Gdperlb. GOOD BREAKFAST TEA, Is 6d per lb. WHITE SUGAR, M " YELLOW SUGAR, 3-|d " CORN FLOUR, (3d " Superior CUPS & SAUCERS, 5s per doz 14s. per J&okcir, 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. lHrEUCBttG, WHOLESALE AND FAMILY GROCER, COBNEB. Ol? AUBURN & MONTAGUE STREETS, GOULBURN. JilF WAL81 OF LONDON HOUSE G'OULBURN, DESIRES to inform the Public that he has amongst his well-selected Stock the following at most reasonable Prices : PRAYER-BOOKS-fresh assortment in beautiful bindings just opened. School-Books, Copybooks, Exercises, and all School requisites. ANNUA...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

. "WJ33STC T ,~y ,. C-A.X,EN".T5^K. 1 Day of iWcolt. i >. SUMnAV!'..-.! Monday. Tuonday'. i ?.Wodnosdny v: "Thursday.1... l^ridny;. .v.. Balurilayi'.V. l)ny of Month. July . 8 .. -,:4 ". G rm*7i , . 8 < 9 Hun rises. ; li. ill./ r- 7 . 7 7:' MOON'S PHASE. First Quarter, Cth, July, 3.21 o.m.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

. OOMMglOIAL. ,. *r'' FARM PRODUCE. - . SYDNEY, Monday.' At the Dating JEarbour railway tominua ; this morningthere was a good supply of foragO' Bttd proiluco from tliB vnriouB oountry stations along the vAVeBtern apd Southom lineB. The market1 to-day was fairly attend ed, and firm- rates; realised;; Oaten lmv, in 'bales," 4s 4d to 5s j; in truss, 4s 9d j and.-in bimdlos; 4s to 4s lid per owt; straw, in bnle, good clean lots, 2s 9d to 2s lOd ; in bundles, 2s lOd to 3s Id per owt; oaten chaff, in bolo, 4s 5d to 5s Id; mixed chaff, in bags, 3s 8d, bags in ; straw chuff, 3a to 3s 2d ; wheat on tiny' in" boles, 48;'Id ; ' |whoaten and toaten ' hoy in .bundle, 3s 9d ; potatoes, 3s Id to 3s 6d per owt, bags included ; maize, 2s lid per bufehelj bags returned'; pumpkins, 2s 3d to 2s8d per dozen. ! ^;On'v'the' i wharves^ to-day, prime green Uucerjio is! selling at'i£3 5s to £3 10s per ton ; mai^o, 2s lOd to 3b ;£oats, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per '/bushel; ! Warrnatnbool potatoes; £4 » (5s; iNew'Zeal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

Fox's Argyle Bakery. . ' PAHIl, A«CJE»S'. " HAVING purobnsod tho Goodwill of tlio above well-known establishment, ruspootfully .begs fo'rtbo continuanco of Buppor.t accordod for so many < yoara to bis prodooosaor.f; ? » . v' 1 'Tbocnrt will a'all for ordors and doHvor,;broad as .usual evory inorniug. PAUSi AJttCENS, 1' French-Baker and Confectioner, . ' . AhQYLE BaKEUY, - ' FL" ? - AUBURN 'STREET. < . IS" Ordors s loft nt' Mn. > D. DOHERTY'S ^DBAPBUYliESTABLISIlMBNT wiU meoti wltli RROMPT,a»d CAREFUL-ATTENTION. - SALBl' y or ? Tliree Weefcfr.onl y Blankets, 3s lid Pair! Blankets, 3s lid Pair ! AT B8JRG-E BJEtOS.'' SALE. For Three1;'Weeks Only,, T^TTT?/~^T? DDnQ! -Gents'Overcoats jp.'duced from 17/6 to 10/6 Jl) U JXVXJuI JDXL'L/IO.-Beys' iimi Youths' Overcoats (wiitoipro'ot ), 7/11 BURGE BROTHERS-Mun's Serviceable Tweed Trousers, 3/11 BURGE .BROTHERS-Boys' and-Youths' Tweed Trousers, 3/11 BURGE BROTHERS'-Stripe Cotton Shirts' (Mmi's) 8d BURGE BROTHERS-Crimean...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The late Bathurst Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

The late Bathurst Assault Case. ' At the Quarter bessiuns, which cnmmimoed at, Hathurst on Monday, before Judgo Wil kinson, Dimiel Mayne, of tb.pSentinel, wap chnrgod with inflioting grievous bodily harm on James E. ;T6nkin. ^Tho^itfpl'clasted nil 'the i ftfternoon, rand- orratod'great' inierost, the ovidunce nnd addresses of counsel being listened to by a largo body of; spectators. Tlio jury retired at 6 o'clock, nnd nt 9.30 the"loreman stated to his Honor that thero was no probability of thoir,.agreeing^: ,The jury.ware agnin brought into court at 11 o'clock^ and said that still there'was<no pro bability of thoir agreeing. - Tbo question upon:which they d'fiierad: was as to whether the charge should he one of grievous; bodily harm or common assault,, and( upon' this they could, corae to. no deoision. The judste dis charged them; and the prisonor was allowed bail to apponr |.at::the present Quarter'Sos siims, . or suoh other court, as may be appoiuted. , j

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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V A L E R I E A Y L M E R. BOOK VI. CHAPTER I.—THE SHADOW OF BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

Y ALEE IB A YLMER. BY THE AUTHOR OF MORTON HO0SIC. ' , BOOK VI. ? ; CHAPTER I.-THE SHADOW' OF BLOOD: ' VALERIE had vuot wished Netta with her, because eho was ?> going to the church, nnd wanted to feel herself alone tlioro. .For once, it was all empty and deserted, for once no other footstep besides her OWD echoed on the paved aisles, no othor iorm knelt in the abandonment of human misery before that altnr .where dwells our hidden Lord, arid where the marble angels who guiirded tlie tabernacle seemed bending forward to. hear lier prayer. Never whs one more fervent breathed j never did a poor struggling soul orywith more yearning pathos, " Jesus, Son of Mary, huve mercy on me !" , She asked nothing for herself-not one healing drop for her own sore hourt-she only prayed, os wo pray , for life, that protection might bo given the man whom her fault had plaoed in peril, that lie might be delivered from the dangers that encompassed him, and that over his head might sleep'the safety, on...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Riotous Conduct in a Railway Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

Riotous Conduct in a 'Railway Carriage. Paspengers by railway frequently com plain of having been subjected to annoyance by tbo riotous conduct or the indecent lan guage of fellow-travellers, t A salutary- les son was taught at the Central Police: Court, Sydney; on Monday, to an offender charged ?witlii using: indecent langunge in a railway carriage. Ho;pleaded guilty,and was sen tenced-to pay a penalty ol £5, or to be imprisonedione month.: A few convictions of this sort, njust' repress,: if they do not abolish, such.disgusting conduct.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Aboriginals. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

- The" Aboriginals. , >Aocordi'n^aovfiarou«Maolayiv.tbe':'Ati8tra-'l lian v'bluuks- are a miuch:cleverer,.»uud;.morG I .mtelliffontvraoo2;:.thon<MiUoy'j are ^usually'i credited with beinpvfind they were governed;] . by jexaot laws of which;wo know.veryJittle. i 'As au instance of this, it was statqd lhat the j flesh^ofi 'ther emu,,' which f was 'c'onsidere'd i .goodj.;<-was"'alwayi'^resorvoH''- for' tho.Aeldor | tnoinbersvof'' a''tribe;, and .this rule;' had'I jbe'ou adhered to1 .even? when !the ydung'imen I ..were^.known, to; boi.-sutforiog Jrom;',severe

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Indian and Chinese Teas. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

- , ' Indian and Chinese, Teas) ; Mr: James Infi;li8,'i; Executive/Commis 'sioner ;at the". Melbourne;.Exhibition for India, thus desoribeavthe.difference''between the export < of.r ten' fromIndianidiid :Ghipa.: He.writes :-V'Indian teupasses'throug'h'no: intermodiariesMiands,: bat is, grown*,i manu factured,1 aud packed: under diroct European supervision^ and 'soswith.Ooylon. l'a China," on the contrary, it is in'great.piu't a peasant induatrj'i'ii lt isiboug'ht frora tho little growers by Vpdikersj' or pedlar;buyera,,who purchase, a little here and;a'littlo there. .It is hawked, about in dirty bag's;*,<opotrbaskots, 'on',pack animals, in, exposed;vohicles, and unsavoury, boats,'getting accretions of dirt and dust, and: foreign' manors at, every stage, until ;it readies* the hands of ' the peculiar, Chinee,' with his 'way's that are.dark and his tricks that.are vain,'-vyho/ailrls the willow lenvps,i nutshells,; and 'other-.'iugrodieuts that, the 'scientific an...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Adelaide Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

" The Adeiaido^Volunteers. [ ; In tho;:Hou8B of;Oqinmons, . on -'.tho i 28th 'Appl (n3 ropo'rled'irijth^e Timhb), Air! Gorst aakocLtho iitJndei;-Soeretary, of. Stafte"ffoij. tlie hOoloniasswhe'lhoiv'tifler. disasters.hncl,;Odour-! ml to th«' British-'.troops'- andvboforo'tho' oo«stttioni of/hostilities in' the'Transvaal, mfiny^ mrmbbis'i oti tlio. I Volunteer , Rifio Association!; of/ South '^'Australia.noffarod, 'thiouijh" I lib'* Governor * of," Soulh^Au'stralia," to "go ^o'u^aL'tivo'aerviool'to'tho'TrQnavanl to assisl^nca^of^hersjMajesty^a ^troops1 in i j3oulh^Airiod^wnnb« iroply^.waa returned to f this vofTo^ bji>\tlxoVlmjporialxQ<? VriotliQr7?in^-'itho^eV0ut?.'ol',''aV^TouQwnl ,of | , ._p|od{by,ib*0WM«jBsty,'j , «r" X have to spy that tbe statement tliurolu (ion1;«i»ed»l0qu^borr6ot;^Al>ottt<<3OP<-woilp: Iwinoil'-xvolwntoftw^offerod^'-.tlioir.-v-swvl'oesi (H«ar; lioav^ v'Io roplj; ti)*hi8teoupn(l,queti-'i ? tion ;;Xf'r have- &...

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An Affray with Larrikins. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

An Affray/witli,Larrikins. - , ?[ (? A brutal. attack was made-, on svtwo^metn vbers'df.'th'o' police: force:at "West Melbourne, on Fiiday afternoon.';," It'appears (ilio Mel bournB';ArguSi.i Btfites) a tliatvi oil tlio-.v;30tn:: ultimo saonotHblu: GloQsoVarrestecliai'uian'lor? 'bilrglary,' wlion he;'\vus attnokod by n gahgf of ^larrikins,- assaulted;': and his v ^prisoner; ireaouedt from; him.^xPo. succeeded^* however,* .iniarrBsdDg.on'o.ofvhiBiasHailiintSiiancl looked' ;bim?fi,p^©aring^Eriday/Bfteroooo-:qoiiitablB! ^eSnferiljf^«,8^#t4^08t,'?Molbournofii,!- and; dd(»itifiad;' obo>:'of|!ftlia.-"lTingl6aderB,1,'natuodj JE«trickVMonab'on,fcbut .oui: attomptiDg..to. ar'rost'liiuiJlia.'Wn^sotui'ponbytho.-pris'oner's ? oompauioDB;f1:.knodlc()d|'aown; :? kiakad!}.:qdd> 'a'eoojved'fta'lvery^Beprcj'acUpfrwounlrtffroin-a'; blow, from a,b'riclcVv."^Constable Heriloy'wont to Konnoaly'a!iiS8istano0,:and .\VH8s!al8o :malr;. , treated,''but;; thoipolioo'ire'taiued-itheir-jpri-' sonor and Ba...

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The Mayor of Yass. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

' ? ',j The Mavoi' of' Yflss. Wo regret to hoar:that Mrs Thomas;Colls, Mayqg of Yass, %WlioVreoent!y< wont; to.the metropolis for the,benefit of his'.lioaltb, is otfaiu seriously, indisposed,; so f'muchisb that 1Mrs.f Oolls' h ad) t o, bo's telegraph ed foiw/iWe, in conimori with a host of other friends; sin cerely trust that ero lonp Mr-' Coll8j\rill're cover his usual health/and thus beeni abled to extend his usefiilnes's to tho various matters which are uuder his patronage. ^ ; ?

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

It is n nDtioenblo^faoV^'or sppap |imo past j that; (;bQ^j<iVQoi!o£!«r||M^el«<nent.'J#'00; the i increase j'n Go'ulburp. \A\'iiJuiost*nn-y time during lbevday;a,knot of Sibetn,; miiping in a<{e "from eight- tol, sixteen, idoj be sfcen i)mokiug,v-8omG-,Vfitlt^ clay pipes of;, variety of, shapes apd oolors, while others spopt bi^ly-colored'meerschaums. Tlip corivor 'sntion nmongst theip is indeed rovoUiiig in tba^ostrome, and0 ihoir general conduct, conclusively, provoB-uhat their parents.have , neglected an important,duty. . f, %

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

MELBOURNE. : WEDNESDAY. The Governor lias refused to gradt ?a dia-, solution of Parliament, and Mr. Berry will' band in the resignation of tho' Ministry, and adviso that Sir Bryan O'LogUlia: bo sont for to'forma Government. ? Evans, late'mata1 of tho steamer Perrot, was arrested yesterday for stealing a ? bulf-' sovereign;fitfm'^ : .. t :

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Controlling Influence." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

'f-The Controlling Influence." ,Markei-atroot pedeiitrians wore somewhat amused the oihor evoning by the conduot of n men who had: somehow or other got under . the ." ooutrollinK-inliuuiiOB of drink,!,' and in that. stale^ found his; way behind-the large ; wooden - pates,, lBadinf? to -Mornnls livwy 'stablos, where.he laid, down and slept.' In ^course of time he: Jawuko, . and imagining ffromnhe surroundings thut he was iu tho lock-up,. ho"lie|»an to call lustily,' .for> Mr. "Etnarton, A wag who was passing, took in the situation at, u glance, and assumed for the nonce tho rolo of, our look-up; keeper,* tilling his prisoners to '. make; loss: noise, and go to slenp. "'Oh, yes, Mr. Emerton,!' said he, .'."I'll ; (?O i to- sleep ; but1 for -- sake give us> a drink of'water: first';"'., Some youthful larrikins, here: appeared1 i.upon the scenn. and" by tlieir; auties quickly ; dispelled the 'illusion , of our hero that ; he :wiis in " durance vile." '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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YASS. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

,YASS. TUESDAY. At the police oourt: to-day, before. Mr.' YfUoa, Fredario Enynes was charged' vrirli stonling a quantity of jowelloi'y frotn'Mr.' .LesobergfB.Bhnp,.Yass, in February lust, and wdsremauded until to-morrow (Wednesday.) ?The wbaihor iB fi.uo, but tho mornings nro cold and frosty, i ? <??...-.,? .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Singular Foreboding. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

Singular Foreboding. .. Mr. Gv I\ 'WiKefiytbe-immigratio^iagont,! gives tho-particulars of a somewhat peculiar case of minformneii; "About 12 montlu'ago a man named .Hayos arrived in the colony from England,;and havirigieavorl suffipie'nt money to pay for the passage of bis wile and family lie sent for them, They'arrived by the Clyde on.-1Thursday. The, husband : was: in the ; service.of Mr. MoMahou, of Ulliidullii, and on the Monday: previous to the .ship's' arrival be told his employer that ho was in,a very low spirit in conaoquenco of several rchiai'liable dream* which bad disturbed him,. and he feared that something fatal would,hapisen to .'his wife and family.Thnt" sawo oftowoon iHayes was thrown from'his horse, and died I on tlie following morning from concussion of i the brain.' Mr.' MoMuhon gives him a vory i high character; ? His'sudden death leaves bis widow and six youngchildrou'-in absolute destitution,

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT GARGIELD. WASHINGTON, Sunday (midnight). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

ATTEMPTED ASGAKSINATIOlf OF PRESIDENT <JARGIELD. WASHING TUN, Sim>5ny (midnight). A fur'her bulletin was issued to-night by the pliyaioiHiiB In attendance'on President Ga»field,wliicli s'atos that ilu«re is n continued 'absence of itrsmudiau-ly dangerous symp tom*, and tlio Pivsiiiem's condition is i gi-neraUy unchanged, The results of a mora rninuto examination prove that tUo bullet pierced'his liver and became embedded in the abdomon, where is still remains. ; Ohtirles Guitoflu, tlio men who fired the slurs at General Gai field has boon under examination by medion! men and others, and certain indications have manifested them selves iu tliq prisoner which load to the be lief that he cuinuiitttd the act while labour ing under ioaumty. Telegrams wcprHssirig'sympathy continue to be received at the WhiteJ Houso from ull the capitals of Europe. Her Majesty the Queen has sent a message of condolence to President Garfield,' and, similar telegram s hare been also sent by the ...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

LONDON. MONDAY. , A bulletin issued from tho White" House, "Washington,at. midnight, .states .that un ravourn bio symptoms have, sot in, and that Proaidont Gaariiold complains of internal pains..,,', ; : The physioians fenr.peritonitis hns'supeiv venod, and "a consultation is to'be hold ns to the advisability of performing-;'-on:opera-, tion ob tbe last rssourco. .. , .. _ . "i , J i ? i ? ; Tun Onmt MEDALS ' Awarded to Exhibitors" of * Ayatclifls fit..tbOi.i\!ii!bourno Exhibition were Two ^Gpld.Qnoa j':both wero onrriod 'off by tbOj ^VAltham* 'WATOII OoMrant,'1 Tlilsjii fl'groat aohiovon'ont'for"> tbis'Oompnoy, who'oirricd oft.tho Only Gold Medal ;ot :tlio' Sydnoy ^exhibition 1879, the GohlMortal'' Paris J 878, aud Four; First* Prizo Medals I'hiladolT ' ..?MWL ' siPPiU

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881

: ' WYSIBTE.: < - «*-?-_ i ' Chapter. II. Tiih waiter at the hotel was right, : On their return to the gpot where tho ^?'escape had taken place, tho < urn keys found tia pool of blood, but no further irate of tho ^prisoner. It. wns a wild, marshy country thereabouts, stretching for miles far away , between tho railway and the river: greafy (.! briind, swooping tracts of grazing lurid, with out a tree, without a hedgo, with scarcely a shrub, and intersected here and there by deep drains. In the far distance, on the river-baakj stood an occasional whitewashed tavern, more like the bleached skeleton of a house tbon ony human habitation. The turnkeys wont through the process , usual to such men in similar circumstances. " 'First they looked at each other, and then they peered away into the dim distance ovur the marshes ; and then they looked at the surrounding crowd of idlers which had fol lowed them from the station, as though in } hope of gleaning some suggestion...

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