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

English Mails. Mails for tho United Kingdom per the ? Orient and P. and O. Co's steamers are- . ' despatched from Sydnoy to London direct . ' every Monday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

? CRICKET MATCHES. : The following are requested to be on the ground at Tombong at 11.30 on Satur day :— Ford, Kemp, Watson, Kebby,. C. Walcott, Wright, Martin, Dawson, Wood, Reading, Coote ; emergencies, W. New ton, M'Donald, Stutchbury. On Saturday, 29th inst., Bombala and Delegate meet on the local wicket. The Delecate ten-m ?vrill ho aoloo«-oj *.a™h,« following :— Walcott. (2), Wright, Kemp, Watson, Kebby,, Armstrong, W. Connor, Ellis, Wood (2), Ford,. Martin, Mahony, Pynlc. Any .of the foregoing who can not play on date mentioned would oblige by communicating, with the secretary. (Mr. C. Dawson) at once.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

i:i ! ' 'IMITATION ;?'.?'? ; is the SINCEREST FLATTERY.' The articles moat imitated aro CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. 'WHY? BECAUSE they have tho best reputa tion and aro most in demand by the pub lic, consequently, every dishonest trader trios to trado on their fame and renown. It ia roally ?wonderful that the Austra lian people aro eo slow to see tho truth . . as regards tho unscrupulous quacks and '?' charlatans who prey oh tho credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but wnat the press exposes ihe borofaced and shameful practices of some of thoso harpier, yet, in face of all they soem to thrive, and tho paper who hounds thorn ? down most thrives fattest on their advertisements, and cracks champagno over each balance-sheet. Clemonta Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stooped to deception and miB represontation. They aro scientific thera peutical agents, and evidence ao to their ? value can bo' found in every district, and such being tho ca60 i...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Laws Relating' to Newspapers* 1. If nubsewbers order (ho di'econtinu-: anco of their periodicals, the publishor may continue to send thom till arrears' are paid. 2. If subscribers refuse or neglect to- talco periodicals from tho post office or othor place to which thoy nro directed, they are held responsible uutil thoy havo settled their bills and ordorod tho periodi cals to ho discontinued. ? ' '3. If subscribera move to other locali ties witnout miorming tno puousnors^ and their pepero are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 4. Tho courts have decided that ' re fusing to talre .periodicals from tho office, or removing or leaving them -uncalled. . for, is prirna facie ovidence of intentional ?? M fraucV' ,f^, 5. If subscribers pay iu advance -for ??$ a periodical, they axe bound to give iw- : : r tice to the publishers at tho end of the time that they do not wish to continue? .-??.'? taking it, othorwise the publisher i* authorised to send it on, and th...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

ENTERTAINMENT. Tiie. programme of: a concort to to held in. the Assembly Hall on Thursday even ing next in connection . with the Presby terian Church ia advertised in thiB issue. It will -be seen that the committee have detormined to give, their patron o ,. full voluo for money invested, and a ; really lii-st-class programme has been arranged.. Mr. W. S. Kebby, upon whom the bulk of the work has fallen, has . proved himself Oqual to tho occasion, and nest .Thursday evening the public will have an oppor tunity of judging for themselves the merits of the entertainment, which we inake bold to predict will prove a success.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

BOKDEK POST. i PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY THUR8DAY MORNING. and Circulating in Delegate, Cbaigie, Bombala, Cobkowong, Tombong, Delegate Rivte, Waixbnsxdbt^Bbjtsoo and Bonang (Vic.) (i PLOWBIGHT AND DAWSON, PROPRIETORS. ?I- ' THE POLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC. - 1 THE ARGUS Will be thoroughly Represent i five of the Distriot — Clean, Newsy, and Interesting. Terms of Subscription : 4b PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. 5b „ ! if BOOKED. 7b 6a pet HALF-YEAR IN ADVANCE, 10b . . \ „ if BOOKED. . , REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE OR P.O. ORDER.: . Bates of Advertising : SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, ? ; ? FIRST; INCH^ THREE SHILLINGS; EACH SUCCEEDING f INCH, TWO. SHILLINGS. DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCHi THREE SHILLINGS. Special Bates for Standing Advts, BUSINESS MEN ABE REQUESTED TO TRY THE ' ARGUS » AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Judicious Advertising Paya. Just vratcb. the careers of the thousand and one x successful bufiineBB men of to-day ; they have all m...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

? Postal notes. The public are now afforded the oppor- ?'?'':£ tunity of transmitting small sums of ? -' money through tho Post within the ' ? ,' colony, and to Queensland, Victoria, -' South Australia, and Tasmania, by moan* / of Postal Notes. ? . ,.,- Postal Notes of the following values ' ' ? s may be obtained at any Money Order' '- Office in the colony on payment of the , ; v : poundage specified ia connection there- ' :-;X; Value Poundage Value P'd-ge ; '^ '4 i o i add :Mm I .... } 7 6 2 : v^ ii i lirM. ' Nev/ South AValos Notoa wi,o -j 1' .'?-??'V Uxe other colonies namTd^Ztof ' ' such colonies when nn.id ; ^t „ . Wales,wmbosubjec^^^ ;:^ to the poundage payable for 1S0S ' ; similar value sn the paying ^w^ °f Persons may vomit odd nnni.« * ^ , by affixing unoblitCratedpPoZ6UP/0 '' to tho faco of tho PoataFS *T** ' ; value of the .tampo affixed ^^ ' be paid on preaentation. ret° Wl11 A Postal Note mav bo cronnn,i ?, ' ' ~ poBtmustor ehall refuse to PavVndth-e to a banker. P 3 lf...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services were conducted in the above Church on Sunday last, both morning and evening, and in the afternoon an examination of the scholars attending the Sunday School was held. Each of tho services were well attended. The Rav. A. G. Michio delivered an. instructive .ad dress on each occasion, tho morning ser vice being specially devoted to the' chil dren. Tin nhnrnli Imrl l-un-i *ar.tnf..n.. ? ? — _-*».i,v« u^,uu vug L-\JX Li JS.4 y decorated for the occasion, tho alcar organ, and other church property ureEsnt ing' quite a garden-like' appearance, thanks to the energy of eeve'ral lady members of tho congregation. Prizes will be distributed to the children on the day of tho picnic, 27th inst.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

' ? ? ;;-k:^|picNi0-;&' spirts. ? ?;' --^S Patrick's Day, ;VH ? (TUESDAY/ MARCH 17). //Star of Delegate Lodge, .'??; .;.;?;'. ' :. G.U.O.O.F., , ? VCTTTILL celobrato their ANNIVER8ARY .' . » V on obove date by a PICNIC! end ? SPOETS, in Paddock eituntod oa Coreowong / Bond, Delegate Estoto, (ldndly lout by E. L. ? . .' D'Aroy, Eoq.), whoa tho following Procrnmao ; : will ba gono through. .'? FIRST EVENT AT 11 O'CLOCK. : i' ALL-COMES'G SHEFFIELD HANDICAP :?' of £B10a. Ifirci v?i7.o, .26; ccsond, £1 Co; !r. third, 16a; fourth, Trophy vr.lucd ci 10a. .'! Diatauco, 1G0 yards. Nominations 2z Cd (with ':? laoc thtco porforrc^ncca), clocamth tho Srcvo ' |! tary (Ur. T. Ford) cr lit. J. Pr.rry, Bonbnla, . i ? on '.MONDAY, 9th Ilcrch. Handicap T7I11 appear in Anooo oE 12rh Match. Accopt sneos, 2s 6d, oioco on mornini; of rcca. HANDICAP HUHDLE EACE. ICO yardo, over four jurapa cboct; 3£fc. Gin. high. Eirot prize, £.2 ; cocond, 16s; third, Trophy valuaa Uat7a. 6d. Noainstiono, 2a, olon...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

SNAKES. Snake stories have had an exceptionallv good run in country papers this- season, and so as not to be completely behind the times ' up wo come with our little lot.' Mr. T. Oliver, an employee on Delegate Station, has eo far despatched no leaa a number than 5-1 of these repr tues during tha present season. . Quite recently ho destroyed a tiger snake about 4ft Gin in length, which, he informs us, contained 30 young ones ranging from about Oin to lOin in length. A few cap tures of this description would soon bring Mr. Oliver's total up to the century.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Lost Child. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

A Lost 'Child. For puro thrill ifc would be difficult, in,-' ::.i\ deed, to surpass an incident that occarrbdvr in a little mining town iu the north-weot ?; '_':_ of Victoria a short timo ago. The alarm ???''. was raised 'thnt a child had boon lost, and was believed to have strayed towards tho Whipstick scrub, whoro tho tale of ? . aforetimo goldon riches is mutely t61ifl.:--;-;- now in tho hundreds of. abandoned- ?. mining shafts. Ho.otilj'. tho grieving father yoked tho horses to tho waggon- ' ette, and drove to tho scrub, accompanied by willing neighbors, riding anddrivihg; '?-''? Awful woro tho conjectures as to tho fats- of that child lying senseless, perhaps: ' dying, in tho bottom of one of those old shafts. ? Anyono of thorn might be its living grave, and hurriedly they oxam--M'£-, ined tho brink of each for footmarks that'7' might guide thorn. The father of tha ;: child, crossing a drain, snapped part of. : ? his harness, and getting down to repair. ? V,-' it, sought.foi' a...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN. March 1— Delegate, 11; Willow Glen, 3 March 15— Delegate, 11 (Communion; ; Glenmere, 3.S0 Rev. A. G. Michie. MEMOR ET FIDELI8. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20ta, 1888.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

?' OFFiBlAt CORRESPbNbENCE;V: ' JNanswor to' enquiries Mr. W. H.'.Wood, M.L.Ai, has been informed by the Works Department that tenders for the Ashton Creek Bridgo will bo out in April next. ? In answer to an application for ,a grant to effect repairs to tho road leading from the Bombala road to the Nelbothery mine, Mr. Wood has been informed by tho Acting Under Secretary for Public Works that the Minister has approved of tho sum of £85 being granted for the purpose.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
She Knew What He Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

She KneiV What He fent«al2 He wtfsonly one of several hundred cua- .? .' tomers in a huge Brig«ate eatablishrr»nt,, and there was nothing. to a casual obser- . : ver that would have distinguished him ? from the mass of humanity that wa? pushing him and crowditig him along. But to an initiated eye he was different. ' And the bright-eyed, black-haired little, girl who had charge of several depart menta on tho ifoor recognised tho differ once. ' . It was Saturday afternoon and ho had '. come in on an excursion. Tuo conductor had forgotten to take- tho ticket out of his hat, and he vraa afraid he'd lose it, so : had pinned it to the band, , , . His faco was of the shade of red that.' showed plainly that harvest was over, while his sand-colored trousers lo.-ked ? liko the front leg of on elephant. He ; ? was rural, unsophisticated and abashed. ? He had stood gazing in the window in a sheepish, holf-frichtonod manner for ten minutes bofore he camo in, and after i glancing nervously arouud...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

An examination into tho businoss operations and presont position of tho Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of Now York has just been justified by tho In surance Department of tho State of New . York at the request of the Company. Tho investigation was of tho most careful / character, engaging tho attention of the Department for about eighteon months, and its result was to verify in every par : ticular tho statement issued b}' tho Company's Executive at tho closo of last |«' year. Tho income for tho j-ear amounted f^. to close on a million pounds sterling. — c- Advt. Yankoo Doodlo Tobacco increased its yearly salo over 100 porcent. Why was . -: ? this?, -You try it and' see. — Adm. Vt-- ; ???' ' ? ? .???'.??:: ? . Alpine Stores, DELEGATE . 1. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. _ . (Established 1875.) A LARGE AND, WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP Drapery, ? Grocery, Ironmongery, &c., TO CHOOSE FROM. \ — Only First-class Goods kept in Stock ( «. ? i BUY AND READ THE 'ARGUS.' Four Shillings per Qua...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Alleged Swindler. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

: . ' An. Alleged Swindler. V . - ?? Edward Teas Manskll, a j oung man de eoribed is a clerk, was charged in Sydney ? ;with obtaining 17s fro.ii Walter Ives, ' builder and contractor, partly by means of a false promi6o and partly by a false pretence. Prosecutor said accused called on him and said he was a newspaper pro-' ! . pvietor at Millthorpe, had been burnt out, and wonted to rebuild. Prosecutor agreed to send a man up to manage tho job, as accused was ' anxious to employ local ,, ? worth of timbor and made out a cheque for £64 18s, or so, saying that he wanted tho balance to pay oil a amall account. r '^ Then it struck him tha t prosecutrix might ? lend him £3 18s on tho security of the -( cheque. Ivos had only 17s on him, and '-[ ' this he gavo to prisoner, who went away, - ' eaying he would return an hour or.so later. Accused did not return, and pro secutor on presenting tho cheque at the : ^ ' bank found it valueless. Prisoner, who has alroady done ' timo,' was committed fo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fun and Fancy ROUGH ON THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Fun and Fancy ? Rouen on the Editor. The editor of a contemporary had his hat stolen the other day, pnd the peni - ' tent thief brought it back next day, beg ging to be forgiven. ' You can't think ?what a lot of qucor thiri'go I've had run ning through my hoad sinco I wore your hat,' ho said. The Lost Doo. A lody lent hor tiog loot v;oelr, And thia vrcob, whoa fiho wont To Interview tho bntohor on The etylo of meat ho'd cent, He pointed to a caurngo link. Tho lady turned to look. And whon oho csidoho'd take it homo ' It w-jgcd riijht o2 tho hook. A Quiet Hint. ' Can you tell mo what sort of weather ?we. may expcot next month ? ' -wrote a farraor to tho editor oi his country papor, and tho oditor replied as follows : ' It is my bolief that the weather next month will be very liko your subscription bill.' The farmer wondered for an hour what the editor was driving at, when ho hap pened to think of tho word ' unsettled.' lie sent a poEtal not?. ' Taken In. ? ' f ' He came up a littlo l...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

S'^V-tf^^ii&jhjf i;- : v \' .^'Tipt' returning thanks :'p' ^ v *'?'''/£-: 'i :;i; '£ %/!&$!$&^* '?-?' 'and the ;genbr al public'^ for ?; -fevr! iS.w;^'cS^f®!ft%^^ ?',?'- the ?past: 15'. years,' desires ';?-:^:'y^'pl^V^r^J*K^;v^ tp'^Btato that he.'haaptir-' /.^m^'S1^ '??v?''H'''-'-'^E^? i-' ; ck?a8t* a lBr£° stock of 1:.:'-'.^v-;Aliv'/:::'''--'-'';H^^ffife*^'i' Ironmongery, also Buggy, ': '?'? ?.?:;A^--'^t;^1^^^' Poles and Shafts. Intact, ? .' : '''?¥? '-:;-v? '^^aif^^^S everything connected with ?.:''^v-V^«'i!i^^^|-#^^^§: *n? trade bopt in.atoob. ??'-.? '- ::^:0^0^^^^^^^ -? ALIj WORK GUARAN ./.;-;'-\:;;:f',:'P,'risaEJD''8nd done on. the Shortest Notion and ;';-'.;-'^'irt Cheapest Rates.' ' '. ' .-;??- -. ??; ;. ;'..?? ??''?):'-. ;'-.:.N6;Boys employed, bo that you can depend ?i;- ?-.'???:? ,:.- oja your, horses being well and carefully. Bhod. ?::: ? :';^'!''^^'^V^IBES;:%'' return thanks/td- the reBi £'. .'??'??''???- -i.V; '-Jtr : \' idents; of I Efeleg'ate:....

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Mail Tmie Table. The following: is the mail time table ob served at the-local offiee : — Mails loavo- Dolegato every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Craigio, Nicholson's and JBombala, reach ing latter place at 7 p.m. Leavo Bombafo at 5 a.m. on Sundays, Wednesdays end Fridays, arriving at Delogato, via Nicholson's and Craigio at 10.30 a.m. Leavo- Delogcto overy Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Corrowong at 1 1 a.m., arriving- at 1.80 p.m. Leaver Currowong at 10 a.m. on Mon days, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Delogato at 1 p.m, Loavo Delo£.°..to every Sunday and Wodnesdav at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delogato on roturn ovcry Wednesday end Sunday at 7 p.m* Leavo Dalegato at 11. SO a.m. on Sun day and 9.30 a.m. on Thursday, reaching Bondoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 t p.m. on Thursday, Isouang (Vic.) at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thursday, and Orboat (Vic.) at 0 p.m. on Monday, and 0.30 p.m. on Friday. Leavo Orbost, via Bonang and Bendoc, ; on Sunday...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Stocktaking sale: All Goods to be offered at Lowest Prices prior to Stocktaking. CHEAPER THAN EVER! No Old Stock! -:- Everything Fresh! Latest Styles in Every Line I LOOK AT OUR They will be cle^^ In DRAPElRT we are ofitefingBargains. TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING BOYS, YOUTH'S and MEN'S. BEST FIT AND VALUE GUARANTEED* Our large^stock of GROCERIES is well known as consisting of the very best brands in every line, and Prices as Low as Possible. * * * — ALL KINDS AND SIZES OF IMPORTED AND COLONIAL Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes. Every kind of Pateni S/iedicme kept. —SOLE AGENT FOR THE— BOHEMIAN FAMILY MEDICINES. For those who are fortunate enough to have a; crop to gather inV '-Dire' have Hay itakes, Pitchforks, Sickles, Reap ing . Hooks, Scythes (solid blades), ChafFcutters, Harvesting Machinery, Oils, &c. , ? n ? Write to us for everything, and -if we cannot supply all you require^ no other store on Moriaro can. Letters promptly attended to. M® Goodman? BUSHMAN'S FRIEND STORES, DELE...

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