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Bemm River Reefs. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Bemm Ifivei^ Reiefti i ? ?JTiie following report on the recent dis-f coveriea of gold-bearing reefs at Bemm ?River has been ina'de to tho Ministor for Mines by Mr. Reginald Murray, Governs mont geologist : — : The place is now kuown as Club Terrace, and if- situated in the parish ofj Winyar, eastward oC the Bemnr River,: about five miles south from the junction of the Combionbar and Errinundra rivers.: There arc two present routes by. which; the locality is easily accessible. One is from Orboot, . via Mario, to the Bemm River bridge, 85 miles, and thence- north! 20 miles by a cleared track, the whole' disfcauce being easily traversed by; vehicles. The other is from Orbost to Murrungowar (20 miles), travorsible by. vehicle, and thence by pack track about 16-milos to Club Terrace. The country consists of silurian ranges intersected by creeks and gullies, with alluvial deposits along the larger streams and occasional terrace gravels on the spurs of tho ranges. So far there has been no ...

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

'..;?.' ' ' THE SEASON. ;h^.present harvest'has.been xine of iho ^ : ^ or^; ^P^tepfcQd in-'t&iB* district 'for i: ^^^t^^^at^eid^with^e ,;.?*fe^e^lon^V very small; in 'fact; iJ^^^^^^he/cropis^S ;?? S ^^re':a?;t^t th^e'wiiibe1 vSy ?httle-caUnponthe. threshing' machS :O(;her cere.al crops 'show :i -^S £SE -1 '-. - ^f M.W1* '.in vegota'Hes.butVe ,: ? hareWiced gevorol ;^opg of laWpoS : : tooa that give; promise of a rooTJitt ^ ^^^^^^vBtpclc^except^ ' V ;: ca^.where aeaandaaoyersfcp^edyiooli ?? ?;... ^enmrkablyv well.- Since/ifche : late wel '' I' cotto'rain;; the. country, around' presents ?;;,. . : am^H' verdant' appaarance^dthe' pross :V;;^isH;a1iojvi%;vpry':' good;; .growth. ,Jt yr.Q '.^;^ierfavore'd 'with another substantial fall /$$ o^^rain:' elior ify,' f bllo^ed. jBy , warm we,a ^V^lipr,-iUerpywiil.b6 feed £o£ the winter.

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Statistics of Population. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

SitaMstics ©f P©pBflIaM©i, The figures with reference to the popula tion of tho colony- from lBt July, to 31st December, 1805, have been compiled -by the Government Statistician. There has been a substantial (estimate'd) increase of 9720 persons in six months from :the. 80th June laBt, for whereas on that date the total population was 'estimated- to' have beon 1,268,160, on the 31st Decem ber last it was 1,277,870. Tho. births ex 5662 wero males and 6481 females. In the arrivrilo. and ' dopai'tureo by -sea, in spite of the great exodus to Western Australia, the colony gained moro than it lost, since 34,074 persons came into New South Wales, and only 32,806 loft, making an addition to the population of 1268 all told. On the other, hand, more people left ovarlaud fov Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland ? f than1 ' camo here from thoso colonies, tho figuroo being '30,373 arrivals, and 34,054 departures, or a loss .to us of- 8681. . Of -tho.1,277.,87.0 persons supposed ' to bo in ...

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LITTLE PLAIN BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

LITTLE PLAIN BRIDGE. '. Tms bridge is now completed and open 'or traffic, and will prove a great con x venionce to the travelling public. The crossing in the river-'is a very bad one, and the bridge was much missed. In rhe wool season carriers were always in oread of meeting' with. ah accident, op . *j -uM-w. ^^«,n,iuuxany or 'wool) the crowing of tne .river .was- always attended with mme or leas risk The structure has the appearance1 of being a ; .. .substantial and well built one, and will , ;,, ,V ? prove a boon to earners and' others who ;.:,,;. are;c6inpeUed to travel this road. The \ y .;, contractor, isito he; complimented or, ' ?»*« ?y , v wayaa, which . He performed his work, ?? : ;v ?? 'Z™ &ho on &e fiPeedy manner in which S;::;,-,^ Routed his contract.; /

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

News and Notes. Yankee ^Doodle iv pure blended Vir ginian.— Advt. A diatinguiahed politician may file his eohedule tot the fifth time. , ^ i The, daily average of the. sittings of Parliament. last session. was 11 hours 80 minutes. - 1 r- ?''?':. Westralian gold yield for January 16, 350oz, and the iceia scarcely yet broken. j President Kruger has been cordially i invited to visit England. ' Come into my parlor,' Baid the spidor to the fly. i . , Smolrero who onco try the new Yankee 'T v Boodle tako it before any other.— 'Advt. ' v . ? .- ? .?? , . Ths protectionists ohould noarly cap v^i ture Wc-vorloy in the 6cramble for the. seat. Only one protectionist, Mr. Bar i low is in the Hold. The Protectionist Conference has been postponed till tho end of June. This is to allow country districts to complete the scheme of inaugurating Leagues. The1, landowners of N.S.W. and the curiosities with incomes will shortly have the joy, or rather Forrow, of filling up Land and Income Tax schedules....

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Items of Sport. The Press ? 'were1-1 excluded. 'ft'4mr{iia. ??'? :\\ '\'^y,0 Australasian Cricket Council-meeting; ; ' ;; . y \i:;f;:''' Dalwood, the .winnor,of tlip,\jrel-jer/,at.i . ' j.-'.;'';'^;: Warwick Farm, is another ??;Niagftt%-'i-/f» ' ;,; ', ^'- v) The Sardonyx- pbny Silver Hill tealiBeii^ ?/. -^ /??£'),?£ 250 guineas at auction-losfc- week.- ?'?'? '.'';'??. .:'?/, ?;i^.;;:i: The smart young cyclist Crisp' won !the -,'.,; .-'?;,';?.' v»i:;'. championahip of Tasmania last^woek:/ [:'':-\'y:;] V'i,y.' A fourteenth man is to go to Englandj' : ^.i'.v ?V.v-^' The choice rests between W. Lyons' ^nd1 :.,''. $r::!Pip A.E.'Trotfc. - .-.-?- ???? ?;'.'?-???:.'.'? ? 'A )U :.V'.'V' 't-uri ' ??? ?' '* V'.v ? '.??^'??'^j Amiable, the winner' of. the .Why-H^-' ^^;; -:'?; V^fe. dicap. in Sydney is a 'finel^iiUoCjYfi^lyyy'yvV-'iX'iiyt'1 which should make a name for itself; oa'^i'-'^H?^;i{^ the turf..- . ; ?;.,:.' '. ':.;'.^;{'! '^Z^*,?^?:^ Foliage is being backed forttie Neii^1)';^!;'^^ mar...

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ELECTORAL REVISION COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

ELECTORAL REVISION COURTS. Dueing the month of March the usual half-yearly revision courts, to deal with the electoral rolls, will bo held. All electors who have changed their place of residence, and all requiring new rights, should make early application to the respective registrars, go that their names ? ? ' . may. appear on the new rolls to bo pub lished in .April. If tha opportunity of ; doing this is now lost, the names cannot ' be inoluded in the now rolls until Decem ,-her next.

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A. W. UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

A^W;. UNION. A meeting ' of .members of the Delegate branch of the Australian Workers' Union Tvas'held at the Commercial Hotel, on Saturday evening. The business trans acted was unimportant. A decision was arrived at by a number of those present to' establish a fund for the circulation of democratic literature amongst members and friends of the society.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

SMALL DEBTS COURT. At the above Court, on Wednesday last before Messrs. D. Campbell and-T. Rod well, Js.P., Mesbrs.Cheesman Bros, pro ceeded against five pereons for. goods cold. Three cases were, settled- out of Courfc, and in the other two the amounts due, with costs, had ' been paid into Court. The following ca*ea were dealt with:— M.. Goodman, v. Allan McDonald, goods sold, £22 8s Id. ' Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, with 5s mate. Same v. John IviJl, goods sold, ±S Is 6d. Verdict for plaintiff, with 14s costs. Jas. Keith y. Mrs. Millinffton, work done, £8 17a .64 Verdict for plaintiff, with 5s costs. William Com mons v. Clifford Bros., rent due, £12. Case dismissed, with 5a, costs. :

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

ODDFELLOWSHIP. ^ The committee of management of the Iforljhcoming Oddfellows' celebration have decided to abandon the custom of havin-» an Oddfellows' banquet on tne aporta ground, and tenders are called in this, 'iasne for the right of holding a refresh ment booth. Oddfellows and visitors wilL have a special' table set apart for them, which it is thought will answer the purpose equally as well. The next meeting of the committee' will be held oa Friday evening, 28tli inst.

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

-ficffi«tfal SJews. Another Suicide. — A young unknown woman jumped into the Yarra from, the Hawthorn Bridge on Thursday afternoon last and was drowned. The body .was recovered soon afterwards, and in tho pockot was found the following note : » I).;w Bfivtie, — I havo done this becauso you have disappointed me. Good-byo for ever. — Carrie.' Soothing a Wife. — A man named Phillips, residing in Spring-street, Mel bourne, was holding his wife by tho throat against tho wall when tho police broke into his house. When charged with tho offionco at the city court he ploaded that ho was simply trying to soothe her. For this kindly act he was fiued £5, or in default one month's im prisonment. Heavy Rainfalls. — Nearly 6 inches of. rain fell at Bourko during the 48 hours ending on Thursday night last. A spe cial ballast train was blocked at the mileage of 472. The road at each side was owopt away, i'urtiior wasnaways occurred at Moooilta, where tho water was level with the window sills of tho ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

The roprecontafcives present at the Min ing Conference must bo givoii credit for onthusiaom and energy. There wco scarcely a delegate v?ho had not an ori ginal idea to propound, and the number of reiommojidatioao v/ould have talien twelve months to adequately duicuss. The chairman had a great difficulty in preserving the order of the dobatflfe. Every, member wanted to ventilate, his particular idea in a hurry,; and tho result was that chaps prevailed; during the first few days of the conference. But the conference) will prove of vast value to the mining industry, and if tho recom mendations be carried out, the output of gold for N.SJW. should magically in crease. An important proposition was agreed to. Hithorto tho disposal of tho prospecting voto was at tho disposal of a Board sitting in Sydney. Tho Confer once recommends that Wardens in min ing districts should mako the grant3. Tho. prospecting voto haa beon mo3t un fairly and foolishly distributed in tho past, and a multitude of ...

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Terrible Disaster at Brisbane A FERRY STEAMER CAPSIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

^ririble Disaster' at ]BWsiiaiie ':' ?'....' . A FERRY STEAMER CAPSIZED. 1 ;a! TEBniBLE accident occurred at Brisbane ?. about 5 -o'clock on Thursday . afternoon. All traffic on the Victoria Bridge having -been suspended! tho Small ferry steamer ? Pearl left the Queon'a Wharf for Mus gravo Wharf, South Brisbane, a little distance below tho bridge. She carried a large complement o£ passengers. On 1 me journoy acroas . me mu.ii. bicLmcn u short distance down tho river to pnss be tween ' the' steamers Normanby and Lucinda, and in doing so got foul of tho Normanby, and waa thon quickly carried by the curront broadside on to the anchor chaina of the Lucindc, and nuddenly ?capaized. A number of her passengers scrambled up tho LucincWs anchor chains, wore rescued by boats, but about 30 were drowned. The accident was witnessed by largo numbers of people from the river banks, and caused intense jj ity threw overboard ull formo of life -, ;jl. saving apparatus, indeed anything that l! would f...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Local -Intelligence. ? ^ ? POLICE COURT. At the Polico Court pji Wednesday, be fore Messrs. Campbell and Rodwell, Ja.P., H. O'Hare v. Thos. Ivill, illegally detaining threo horecs. Adjournod to 1 next court. T. Ivill v. II. 0'IIare. in eulthig' and ?threatening language. De fendant -was found guilty and iined £2, 1 with 6s 8d costs. . . .: .

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THE "TRANSVAAL." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

\ THE TRANSVAAL. BAEON-MAnscirALi. von J3ii:W,TtbrrjJ; thp Minister^- F0ieioaAa-ahj- 6peS ^ ? the Reichstag. en W that it would be im » ' possibe, for Germauy to consent^, \ ' changes ;la;, the Imperial Commercial ' Treaty of 1886, which secured Germany equal commercial rights with Great Bri tain in the Tranovaal. . . President Kruger iutBado to Gum tho.A olkoraad at an ov.Ay -\-xte, to obtain formal sancfapn to His visit to Eugland to confer withthe British Government as to matters affecting tho Transvaal Ha also states that ho hopoo to be able to enfranchise 7000 of the loyal Uitlandera within a very short timo. - ??? ' ,/??' ?'? ^ ???.?:???'?.'? ?.. /.'????. :: :?}? ': \

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

}lletr6pb)ij^ . , Br*A-..i. p.'v.,;'-'ih/' ????'.?') The veteran Sir Heury Parkea isiuWnn-., . ..,-. AX ' ' cial trouble again. He ia'so. desperately ' ,; pressed for the uoedful lucre that he lias ' beon forcod to put up ,hifi goods and chattels and effects by auctiou and dis- ' posal of them to tho highest bidder. An ' advortiuement in tho S. M. Herald con veys to tho publio an ultimatum of an ^ ' unreserved sale at Kenihvorth, the homo ' * s of the historic figure in Australian pwli- ' '' iica. me advertisement inoiuacs tnis i ,. letter from Sir Henry : — ' ' Annnndrvlo, Jen. 25, 1890. ' ' Dour Sir,— Roforring to our convocations concornin;; tho dinpoaill oH my offeots, I hope « ' you T7ill do all you can to eivo publicity to ?' and matto adequato crrangemonta for the sale. ' / Tho things muut bo cold. I havo no other mncna to oatiofy tho claims xnyoelf and to ' provide tho nocesooriea of life for those '' , dopondont upon mo. , Youro faithfully, . . . , Henet Pabkbb. l ' Tho sal...

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Cricket. DELEGATE C.C. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

Cricket. DELEGATE C.C. FIXTURES. Feb. 22. — v. Tombong at Tombong. Feb. 20. — v. Bombala at Delegate.

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Concessions to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

^????????^'?'?ConpessEGis to Selectors. ? A.meetinq of members of the Legislative .-,.-. Assembly was held in the Opposition room last week, to consider the question v whether something more could not be done to secure groater concessions for selectors. The meeting was called at the instance -of . Mr. Rose, SI. P. The members ? present were Messrs. ; Perry, * O.'Sullivan, Wood, Waddell, Rose, Gorm 3y, and Hayes.. Mr. Gormly was voted to the chair. A general conversational : discussion took- place as to the necessity than was proposed by the Minister- last session. Among the principles sought to be incorporated in the proposed new bill ore the option of the selector to con vert' his conditional purchase into a free hold to the extent of the payments mado to the Crown. Thus, if a. selector on 500 acres.had paid 10s per acro^of tho. amount owing,' lie would have the right of takings ?' ' up '250 acres of the lond on absolute ' freehold. It was further urged' that special concessions sh...

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

DELEGATE. EIVEE.: W, H. Armotrong, o Wood, b Watson ... 18 S. Mead, sen., b Ford... ... .... :.. 0 G. B. Ellis, b Watson ? ... ... 1 D. J. MoDoncia,b Watson ... ... '... 3 D. J. Mahony, c Wood, b Ford ... ...10 G. Buolrland, not out . . .,. '.''... - .-? ;..''??: 2 F. Buoblcnd, b Ford... . :i. . ... -..t 0 E. Allen, o Hardaker, b Ford . . ... ... 2 J. Clifford, b Ford ... .;. ... ... 0 E. McLeod, b Ford ... ...... .;. 0 B, Jameaj' b Ford ' .„??? :'.i\?.-~-... '' '? ..-'? 6 Sundries ... . ... ' .'..'. ... 2, ; Total ... ; :.. ... ... 83 ! Bowling Analysis : Watson, 9 overs, 9 runs,' 3 wicketa. Ford, 9 overs, 22 runs, 7 wickets. . The Delegate River and' Dellicknora cricket clubs will meet in a match on the former's wicket next Saturday. -. ' ? ? ': The mc-tch between-Bombala and Dole gate has been definitely arranged for the 20th inst.

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DELEGATE V. DELEGATE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 20 February 1896

DELEGATE V. DELEGATE RIVER. The above match, which waa looked npon a3 tho return to the ' Intercolonial' match recently played hore, was decided on the Delegate wicket on Saturday. The day was fine, though rather warm, and the gamo attracted a fair number of specta tors to tho ground in the af tornoon. ' Mr, T. Ford captained tho Delegate team and Mr. G. B. Ellis tho visitors. The doci Rions of Meosrs. T. Rodwell and G. W. Hammond, as umpires, gave satisfaction to both teama. Delegate was first to open tho batting, snd succeeded in com piling a score of 01 runs beforothoy wore finally dispoaed of. Of this total Kemp contributed 42 by a first-class display of cricket, and Kobby and Watson added 10 each by caroful scoring. Armstrong was most destructive -with the ' ball, taking cix wickets out of a possible ten. Tho innings of Delegate River was not of long duration. Watson waa dead on tho wicket at tho start, . threo out of tho first four falling to his credit. Ford, however, was not...

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