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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881
Wanted A GIRL, nbuut 14 or lo, to assist inHOUSE* jtl. WORK. Apply to Mas. \V. PEIROE, Gold sinith-etreot. Wanted A' HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mus.8. EMANUEL, Lansdowue. Wasi4ea3 . A HOUSEMAID-must bo uccustomcd to wait xX on tablo. Apply BRIDGE HOTEL. July 4tb, 1881. Waante*!; AN ELDERLY WOMAN as HOUSEKEEPER| to Widower and family of youug Children on u selection about 20 miles fioiu Gonlbtuu. Apply J (with refureuooB) by letter to WILLIAM PRICE, Gullen. ; Wawted KNOWN that from £5 tu £1000 may. bo obtained ] on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auotionaoiv Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-st. ? liOSt,. ? BETWEEN Bisbnplhorpo and A. M. Hunt aud | Co.'s Store, or between that, place aud Ardgowan, a largo 0AM IiO 13ROOOH. Tlio ilndur will bo rewarded on returning (bo j saiuo to thu office if Messra, FINLAY and CO., Belmuro Square, Goulburu. : - F : Foav Sale, , IIRST PRIZE CAN ARIES. D. CLEARY, Gonlburn. I P. .T. DONNELLY, itm priiparod to ISrct&k MlOJC Metal 8-incli fiuugii with ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 6 July 1881
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MARRIED. &nbsp; CAREY—CANTY.—On 3rd July, at St. Columba's Church, Cootamundra, by Rev. Father Butler, Thomas Carey, of Albury, to Honore, daughter of Mr. Canty, of Cungegong. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
; I OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [rnoM GITEVFLLE'S TKLEGIUM COMPANY.J SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NlOllT. i AT a mooting of C'liuusQ luorcliunis y»-s er I d*>v, it was desid«d to give iul'ortnaUon to the Guvornmo it of any case of supposed small-pox that might occur, and 10 help in every way to Buppress tho spread of the malady. The Australiin Jookey Club have voted £500 I or a day's racing in honour of tbo detacbod squadroD, and havo publishod a programme, The data lias not yet boen ? fixed; but the committee hove wired to tho Enrl of Olanwilliam to fix a day. Mr, John Young aud Mr. McLeod are both progressing favourably towards re recovery from tho effects of the late buggy accident. In the Assembly yesterday Mr. Slattery tabled a motion to the effect that the Muni cipal Council of Sydney, having failed to accomplish the objects contemplated on its re-establishment, should bo abolished. The English mail steamer arrived at Albany this morning, with European mails to 3rd June. In the Grafton lib...
RE-OCUPPATION OF ARTA BY TURKISH TROOPS. CONSTANTINOPLE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
. KE-OCOTJPATION OF AETA BY TURK ISH TROOPS. CONSTANTINOPLE,'July';'4.' Aoling1- under instructions from ihe Go vernment, the Turkish I roups wbiuh evacu ated Arfca ut the eud of lust monih hnvo JG enterod 1 tho town. Soma fresh difficulties havo arisen-rogurding.vtliti - ii11oi-pz-uta(io« of the OouvBiition rBcumly signed by. the Turks1 and- the Greek Gdvurumout. The l'ort'u is now 'r'aiaiug obstaolbs in tho wny of tlio ezeouiion!of tho agreement arrived at!:%; AYOUli KHAN, .u,, . . Caloutta, July 4'.: I The: laloit, reooivod ' iYomj Afghanistan reports , that.'; Aydub v Kh»n ; is doing his !utm(JSt (o rot)ifcve ilia recent! defeiit be mot ? nt'tho bauds; of the Am ou r! ulbri a a;n n dhd s" Buoueodod in gdfctinjj togetiior a tnixod fordo, ?v\^ith!which-be'ieft *Herat;'A;'-'M : ?' ... .... mr=rr'£. T1115. 0 N fx.: M E D AL3 A w a r d e d :,tu'E s i) lb 1tor a o WiWclnir HI (.the,: Attlbaurna. JSxh'lhltibiilVwVr¥f Two GoldOnoa j both wgi-b citrriod off by'tho Waltham . W ATOII-. OOM...
LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) CHINESE EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. LONDON, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
LATEST BY CABLE. (From tkt Sydney 1/cralti;) CHINESE EMIGRATION TO. AUS TRALIA:. ? LONDON, July 4. ' ;IN the Houae of Commons .to-day, A1 r. WV ,C. Boi'laso, member for Cornwall, naked the Govornmont whether.. (hey. would sanction the Adoption by the Australian Governments of chocks similar to thoaa adopted by .: the Government of the United; Btntes,' against Chini-so immigration. Sir Charlia DilKe^ Under Seoretury, of Siato lor Foruigu Affairs, replied in the uogativii. : THE BUSS!AN NAVY; /; LONDON, July 4. . The Russian Government lias . resolved upon the construction ot ninety-iive warships within the next twenty years,' ' ,
FIZGIG ON THE NUISANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
' FIZGIG ON THE NUISANCES. THE " JL'rivy Council" mot one day anil all together went, Following their noses, and their nosea fol lowed eceni Found out the closets that wore overflowing, And made ratepayers think taem woudrous knowing ; ? With clean white hauds and snowy-bosotn'd shirt, They roamed ^bout inspecting all our dirt, Waving their keicliie/a that wore richly seonted, > And thought that thus the small-pox they proven ted ; Prying in corners that they thought infected, And suid, " Ah!-urn !-Bill Jones's we've inspected, " Found that his yard is dirty at the rear, " Aud that his closetsmells oxtreuioly quoar, " Hence wo condemned it, said it would be right " To got Jack's son to cleAn it out at night, " And others tod bosiilos; there's perhaps n score " Of Ohinamen who have the place next door. "Their houso wants cleaning, 'lis in such a " There's a piebald youngster there, as you m«y guess. ,; " There's niauy too that here you see we've named, "Whose yards and closets wo ...
Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, everlovely since the world began, The fee of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: THURSDAY, JULY 7. THE IRISH LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
?x^Bi^xsx-tEP ?EAnEE.-y 3\roitK-iyrQ ... Trullii'ovorlovolysinpo .the'world beRiin, v > Tho foo of tyrants and thorriond or,tnan.-Campbell, /. GOULBURN"THURSDAY/ JULY ?. " , .^THE "IRISH; ^ ', . ' On Saturday last tlio first meatin'g to express . sympathy,, witli, tlio Irislx National Land ???' Loaguoiwasfheld in tliis-colony,, and«provod v: a'groat Sucoobs;^ N6w,\thatvthoii;T0preHonta4 r tivo'of^tKoiabfevo. league, bas arrived ,iri;tbo' xolony?for|tlip;pur^080 ofi.expio]h|pg?thQ:in-, /AtentioinV.of^tWjfbo^y^'n^enlisling sympathy/ . oVtfieir'boiialf/it^s'^inouinbent' upon us to, . dsamino woil 'thein olaima^to-flympathy, and( seo1 'whlatbe'r?it'is ourdufy, as'good colonists, tot extend our symputby or ^withhold it .. Tlio; most; preposterous notionS'.;aros;enteiv vs.taiood>in-many.;,placos,^rogarding: tlio^aimsj | 'anfdV^intGntiou8«!6f^thoii^landif.?leagudrsp . l,Ono citizen .romarked, a fow'^ays^ngo,,^ JVe* ^Jio^^ortun^pgp^j||w^;5Ka|e^^nji|ox|i . !«nd wo'baVo a landiloaguo.li...
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news:"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief,-then t nnd what'* ilio nswsf"-King John, Tho Melbournb Club football team arrived in Sydney oii Tuesday. Air. W. T. Diokson'last night .became the owner ol the liorso Ace ofTrum'ps. Mr. Slattery has tabled a motion to abolish the Muuicipul Couubil ol'.Syduey. . Kangaroo drive at: Bunny Doon, near Tarago, to-morrow and Saturdny. It is suid thatihtiio is «'ghost of a show of visiiiug eat'ibly'frioiida anor death. Dr. Gelding, of Gobar, was stabbed in nine places by a drunken man1 on Tuesdays and died the same oyening. ' , TheBawiieu libel case lasted all day Tuesday, and groat oxcitbmout,,was manl iest ed. The debate in-reply&lt;. to the Governor's speech was 'very tame, and l'ew members spoke. . . ?' , Joe Thompson has laid £20,000 to £100 aguinst Monmouth lor tho Melbourne Dorby and Cup. .1 , The ' XTiiited States now possess'902 dailies, of which 115 uro 'publishod in Now York, and 98 in Pennsylvania.. Tho anniversary,, banquet, in .connection with t...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Late Nuisance Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Late Nuisance Inspection. sWo r fully; . behove tho;i report >-reuuntly brought before-'' our^Borousrh. JOounoil by tliuBQ members of it who had, in accordance with, a reeolulion jiroviotiply pAssl-d; rnada a tour;of inspection throuithGoulb'ura, clearly pstublisboB that; a public "beniiit wua co.'j furrsd by this proceeding on thV part of our city fathers,' Accordingly, wo do" not al together ngrae' wifh the remarks of our esteemed corrBsp'mdent,'Fizgit','' wbu eeoius to be under the impressionlthat the 'nuiearico. inspection itself ,was a greater nuisance than those already existing aud his bints so keenly thrown out bit a little wide of the marlc andinust therefore bo taken cum ? grana i salut. We do not know if " Fizgig's" owh, backynrd were ambngst the condemned ones;, If BO-this- would account for his sarcastic touches.
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 5. . In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Speaker took the chair punctually ut 12 o'clock. ' There was » tolerably good attendance of members. Op the front Ministerial benches were Sir Henry Parkea, Mr, James Walson, Mr. Lackey, Mr. Suitor, Mr. Baker, Mr. WiBdom, Mr. John Davies, Mr. Vaughn, and Mr. Brodribb. On the seat behind theui were Messrs. Cameron, Fletcher, Oar.ter, Fawcett, Lloyd, J. P. Abbott, Prootor, Fullt'ord, Huziet, and. H. Clarke. The front Opposition benches were occupied by Mi'sn-s. Fitzpatrick, Copel'md, andlfidd ; and behind theth were Messrs. O'Connor, Slattory, Hay, and Molville. These gontle meu appeared to-be,the only representatives of the Opposition proper. The remainder of tlio members wore variously disposed about tho cross benches, 'ihe proclamation by which the session had- been convened .\v«8 road by tho clerk, after which the llouso sot solemnly, though not in silonee, until the Usher of the Blade Rod made his appearauo and su...
Caution to Publicans and Others. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
Caution to Publicans and. Others. A warning to publicans and others. We learn that the Government have issued in structions to the polico authorities nil over the colony to prosecute all persons infring ing the Lottery Act by , raffling or any other form of gambling.'. In future the Aot, which [has hitherto been a dead letter,''will be strictly euforced. .
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
OPENING- OF* PARLIAMENT: TUB 8roond-session of; the,' tenth -Parliament of Now South Wales was,opened at noon on Tuesday with all the aecustornod pomp Bnd ceremony, ; There was a grand attendance of llie public; both inside' the Legislative Council-chamber and in Macquarie-streot, in irunt of tlio legislative buildings. There was a guard of honour from, tlio I'ermauent . Forco drawn up in front of the Chambers/A under the command of Major Murphy, and I.' a strong-body of police was in attendance.']' The members of .the; Legislativol; Council \ met at noun, and Bhortly alter that hour the ! guns from Dawes Battery announced that liis Excellency the-Governor bad left Go vernment-houso, and was on his: way 'to'open"" Parliament. '.As he entered the preoinots of the Legislature the guard 'presented arms/ and tbo band played>the National Anthem/ ' v His Excellency having taken his seat upon the tbroue, the members- of; the Legislative Assembly were summoned to attend. ' These' gentlem...
Dentistry. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
Dentistry. ; It will be soeu by reference to hi§, adver tisement tiiut Mr. Garter, demist, will, in ' future/visit ? Goulburn on the first nnd second of each month, instead of. the first Monday and Tuesday as heretofore. This altnrntion in the date; of i visit'will, be tbe ;means of removing . many.inconveniences which resulted from the former arrangement.
COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 5. Before Mr. Jones, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
COOTAMtJNDKA NEWS, (FROM OUU COIUIESPOKDBNT.) POLICE COUliT. ' TUESDAY, JULY' 5, Boforo Mr. Jones, J.P. P. Vaumliun was charged with a broaou or the Tiiwna Police Act j, allowing eight .horses,, to stray in Parknr and Yusb streets. Do fondant pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Parker ilfeposod that ho saw. the dolundaat'a horses straying on Sunday, 2Gth Jun>-; 110 uno WHS looking alter them;.ho dr>iw tho attention of Mr. D«ly (tbo.pouiid keoper) and, Constable Siuimonds to tho horses, and would bnvo impound'd them, only, it was Sunday ; ho hud cautioned this man before uguiiist allowing his horses to ramble through the streets. m To Mr. Vaughan: I did not sue'you loud any of the horses; 1. did not seo you let tbom out of Mr. McOutoheon's yard. To tho bench: Tlioy must havo been about an hour on the streets, when I drew tho attention of tho poundkeeper to them. Constable SinmondBdeposed: I,remember Sergeant Parker drawing my attention to some horses in Parker and Yass streets on Sund...
MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
MASS WlLn iiB 'CHr;'/lli!CA TRU AT GOULBUaN -DISTHIOT. July 10- Tftvnlgn, Luggau, Mummoll. ? ^ ? 17tli July-Retreat, of Ibe olorgy at St, Patrick's Oojlpgo. , . Confiimow&'nt Stp, Po|or 'find Paul's Cathedral, duulburn. Sunday, 8UI July, Y£SS MISSION, Gunning. Sunday, July 10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
' GREAT' REDUCTIONS' ? IN THE 'PRICE OF GROCERIES. P. W» McBXCIia® 3GS to c. _ theO ^PETITION : I'T) EGS to call the attention of his friends and the public generally; to J> the UNDERMENTIONED PEICES, which will DEEY COM BEST TEA, 2s 3d per lb. COI^EE, Is OATMEAL, 7 lbs for 1/6 RICE, 3d per lb. AEEOWEOOT, 6'd per lb. ZF1 O IE6 GASH. GOOD BREAKFAST TEA, Is 0d per lb. WHITE SUGAE, M " YELLOW SUGAE, 3£d " 00EN ELOUE, Gd " Superior CUPS & SAUCEES, 5s per doz 'iiiii mmmmm _ ___ ^ . 149.' per 'SJittaeii, And all other Articles at EQUALLY LOW PPRICES. OEDERB FEOffi THE GOOTTKY Carefully packed, and forwarded on receipt of a P.O. Order. p. w* WHOLESALE ' AMD ^ FAMILY ©SOGER, : GOBXEll OF AtTBIIEN & MONTAGUE STREETS* goulbukn. ; :,y - ##1SM ' WAM1I' 5 OF LONDON HOUSE QITLBUR] ]) ESIEES to inform the Public that lie has amongst his well-selected Stock the following at most reasonable Prices ' PRAYEE-BOOKS-fresh assortment in beautiful bindings just opened.' SchoolTBooksy Co...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
WEEKLY ' Dny of ;\Vcok. SUNDAY' .. Monday,.. Tuosdoy .. if'Wodiiusdny Thursday..' Friday..., Saturday.. . July 3 4 . B' \ 0 ?7l&lt; 7&lt; 7; \7) ,7' 7(i] G ; 7 6 h. m.. .5' V 5 1 6 2 ' 6 2 5, 3 ; 5 ,3 .. c a ; ' MOON'S FHABE.' First jiuarter^Cth July,' 3,21.n.m.
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday, FARM PRODUCE. , Oil the wharves, to-day, prime ' green luccrne is selling , at £3.: 5/- to £3 10/ ; medium samples, £2 10/- ti>.£2 15/- per ton. . Thoro is a good supply of bay arriving, and business dull, Maizp, soiling at 2/10 to 3/; oatB,;^l/6 to .!i/9 per bushel; Warrnninbool potatoes, £4" 5/j New Zealand do, £4; Circular Head do, £4 15/- per ton ; Victorian onions, £1J to £10 10/ ; do chaff, £5 to £5 5/- per ton, bags included ; butter, in keg, 9d to 1/3 per lb ; eggs, 1/3 to 1/4 per dozen; baoon, 3d to'Gd ;,choeBO,-4d to 8d ; ham, Gd to Sd per lb. . / ... *: The Wheat Market.-For first class samples, the quotations ore realised readily with a steady demand. " Adelaido wheat 5/ to 5/3 ;'colonial wheat, 4/6 to 5/ ; Victorian, none] in market; Nejv Zealand,; nominal, value , 4/6 ; Launceston,. nominal, 4/8 per bushel. ' - ' ' clTb6)Elou'r;Mariet;---FirBt-elass brands of flour are moving in small lots; at full quota tions, a few..,only "of. the infe...