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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

: A:-iMMt&MmisW T" r ; ?? OP ' ATXSTE&EAJKT 'BENT-WOOD CHAIRS A HIS JUS T TO HAND, And are being daily put together by compotcnt men. They Bio properly screwed and bolted together, and tboy are to bo had at ROGERS9 ' GREAT . : FURNISHING-ARCADE; ! At thu following prices, which are fully tun par cent. ? .: lower than previously quoted i ' Austrinu Oivnu-Sent Chairs, 7s, lid. Austrian Oane-Suat Chairs, 8s. lid. | Austiiun-, Oano-Beat Chairs, 'Ja. 3d. - . '?'r'? Austrian: Oftiio-Siiut Chairs, 'J#, -6d. i1 Ordois for those Goods are coming in from nil 'quarter*, au<l tlioy ure to bo hnd, put together, iu any number, or iu.S dozen eases. These goods are jnow being , ' . , I Imported Direct by the Proprietor | Which enables him to eull at tboso i EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. i An asxortmunt of the following, Austrian: Dent iWood FURNITURE io also on view at this Ex Icnoivo and Complete Furnishing Establishment, viz..:- ?? i < .... ?.????': | ! Austrian Bent...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6TH. Before Messrs. H. H. Yass, F. R. L. Rossi, and A. F. Gibson. VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. i , WEDNESDAY, ' JULY.' 6xn., ?. > iBofora Messrs, H.1H. yo9s, F. Ii. L. Rossi, i . uad' A. P. Gibson. ' ^ \VAGRANCY. L:George,Hoskins.was,charged with having 'no lawful visible means of support. , : . ? , Plea, guilty. t ^Constable Marshall sdeposed: About 2 ijo'olpok .'-yesterday ^I^arrested/prisoneiv.'in . ijSioane-streot; tuld hira^-the residents' hod ijboeu complaining about ;him ;. he said he |Wfts>.oxpeotingi; money ;V,.ho was sober s I jlooked him up ; he has; been about the town jthese^lHst.': three,cweeliBji.and ;Ii have, lieard joomplaiuts of him during the last ten days. lh»-WiUiamvButler,':. draper,', living in Goul iburn, deposed : I know ? the prisonor ; he jOAlled .at my father's plaoe on a , Sauday jnip'ht about- a'couple of weeks 'ago ; he jnsknd for some support, and,he,got a couple :of-> shilliuga; I have' seen > him, about the itown BincG. . 1 - * I . Peter Carroll deposed : The prisoner has jbeen to my place two or three times...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V A L E R I E A Y L M E R. BOOK VI. CHAPTER II.—THE RIGHT OF REPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

VALERIE AYLMElt. BY TUB AUTHOB OF MOBTOK HOUSB. BOOK VI. CHAPEER II.-THE IIIQIIT OP REPARATION. A MONTH passed by, a month of waiting which'sickened the very soul. At Inst, in : the full ricli loveliness of summer's prime, the lust day of July came-and no'newo of Maurice had yot.bean board. Two of his comrades had written to Gaston-ono from Now, Orleans, the other from Havana-but only to soy that thoy rould give no tidings of him. Ho had left Queretaro, a tow days before its fall, on a secret minion to the mountains ; nnd they could only hops that ho was still there, with thoso of the- native chiefs who, proposed to inaugurate a guor , rilla warfare against the Liberals ; but they ! ?did not uitompt to conceol their fear that ho too had been iuoluded in tho mastmcro of all 'that wns good and true .in tho unhappy icountry which lay prostrate undor tho. sword.' , 1 : Tho last of those letters came on (he 30th of July. Tho next morning, Valerie electri fied her father by an .announceme...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Serious Railway Injury. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

Serious Railway Injury. i The -Newcastle Herald roportB that, on Saturday evening, an accident occurred at Wolfe-street crossing which, althoiilr.not fatal, resulted in an old man named Charles Wilson losing the lower portion of his right leg. Wilson, it nppears, is a : lighterinun ; and; after landing on tho wharf, was pro ceeding to. crrss tho : line behind a goods train which had just hacked out from the station/when the Wallsend evening train camo uppnr. him unexpectedly. The poor follow was struck on the eye: and thrown across th'e metals, but had presence of.mind torgetkall clear save his leg, and threw him self tinder thei,engine/,.', The wheels passed over the limb below the knee, smnshing it to 'a pulp, and. leaving it attached by tho skin 'only. The patient'&lso recei»ed injurios to his back and a severe gash in tho lip.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hon W. Forster, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

.. - Hon. W. Porster, M.P.' V , \ [A'Tho honv seoretaries of thoiHon;;' William11| ^ietterifromv him iidutodvSyd'noy)? July,V2nd, 'in ^liicli bo'asks th'em'v to- oonvoy" ^to bis !co_nstituQn,tsVRon^ sthoir kindness to bim.v Ho repeats what bo SttiddDfbisu'speoob^nomolyj^thdt-j'hisfreoont .vi'sitewas; morel w.a^preliminary-' oW^nndithat' S u lij oo t i4t t oj,t li'o® U n*s i iffo s sl'o f|t Ii ot s es s i iola W'an iJ! tbo^b*Q.wili:^ived\|lGagV^aforbi^lit!s* notice,.' m of? lmv ea a u to p 11 ora 4 q 11 ko M o 1 n ov s o; Por8t0tpfll8j0105-- 1 .--a-i-x* from;; 'addressing1 van - importantJmeeting at Coothmtfudra. It appear# tharon his lway tos Gundagai onv Tuesday morning bo arranged witli, and at ilio request of,- Mr. A. N. Taylor, J. P., to send tbnt gentleman a telegram, on bis arrival at Gundagai, ex planatory of bis movements on bis.way back to Sydney, in order that duo notice might be given, in tbo immediate neighbourhood of Oootamundra. But, although be did send the telegram, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Middle Class Boarding-School. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

! i ^Middle ClassBoarding-School.'/!'' I j?The abov^ institution,-which was'formally ! iblosse'd 'and opene'd^a^slior^'timo.bQolciliy' hiV! jLocd'sliip]:Drr;jLaDiganVislnow,(ullyifinisbed; jaDd roadyr to recoive pnpils. All tho re squisiiesjhave been'supphedj-and 'during the jlast weok.tbe necessary/accommodation was [prepared,' so-,that-Tnow tthere.lis nothing jnoeded for. the-starting,-of "this, institution jbut the pupils. Particulars , as, to'1, term's, J&oV'? are" mentioned in ; ^our advertising' jcolumnsj from which.it may^b'e'also$atll'erb'd« >that<ith'o;Sohool:,will .belunder.the'oaroofltho 'Sisters: of Meroy^-artTactdnj.'; itself'sufficient' 'guarantee; that;Xhe.pupils"?will "be-onrefully 'instructed.and trained,,\

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Burnt to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

Burnt to'Death. Tho Wojjjija Advertiser reports that a shocking' accident happened to a child named William Hodge, two years and two months old, on Thursday last, which ended fatally. The mother of the deceased left her home at half-past 11 o'clock on Thursday morning to go to Dr. Wrnn to get an infant vaccinated' .She left the three other:children in ihe house alonej including the deceased,, the oldest of which is not six yoars ol age. . Two neigh bours (Mrs, Dwyer and Mrs. Bennett) wore attracted to : the house by the sere#ras of tho children. They saw that the deceased's clothes were on fire, whilst the eldest child was endeavouring to put out the flames with a broom. The two females at once extin guished^v. the ^ flames, and removed the clothing from; the child; Dr. Wren was in attendance as soon as possible, and: admin istered,^ the poor little sufferer, who ex pired a; few > hours afterwards from the in juries, received. . - .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Currawang Copper Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

The Currawans* Copper Mines. . For some time past those tnineu have boon i in a rather gloomy state ; but we learn that there are now fresh hopes that .affairs jthere aro about, to" beoome brighter. One of the, directors informs as that a " bunola i:of. very rich ore hns been oome upon within the last week or two--BO riobj in foot, that it cannot be smelted without a mixturo of a poorer description. This valuable fiud WAS discovered in what is known as " the old 'mine." ' . ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Yass P. and A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

The Yass P. and A. Association. The monthly'inceting of the Yass Pastoral and Agricultural Association was held in the : cornmitteeroonr of the Mechanics' Institute; Yussj on Tuesday, July fi. Present-Dr. : Campbell, :president^', in. t,hej?; cliair ; Mr. | Rees .Tones, V.P.'; . and ^lossrs.' R.' A. Bur i ber; W, Corains,' and; W, 8.; Hall. Minutes of,.last monthly aod four :special; meetings iwere confirmed. ; The secrotary, read several . communications from persons, malting en ?qiiirioa'with reference to forthcoming show. Mr.., 0. Guy, of Turnut, and Mr.. E. . A. I Webster?' of Binda, .< were .wadded:-' to ' the fudges' list in the thorough-bred horse class, ,and Mr.- G. B. Davidson, of. Geraldrie; in .the sheep section.'. A vote of,thanks to.the chairman terminated, the proceedings.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Belmore Assembly Rooms. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

The Belmore Assembly Rooms. Tho parties'to 1I10 disgraceful scene which ivas' enacted op Tuesday night- at the iBolruore Assombly: Rooms figured yesterdny .at the pnlioe court, the must conspicuous amongst the oflonders being the unfortunate ;young woman, who' .. was . the principal character iu the aft'aiiv ^EIer'appearance, i which at tho best could- not be' particularly. ipreppfsoBBingy.was' certainly not much im proved by the rough, treatment' of; Tuesday night, or her face bore all the marks of one who had been a party to d scuffle, in, which she came off second bnst. Riotous behaviour was the ohBrge preferred against this uufor tunate girl who says she is only- seventeen years of age. A similarcharge >will most probably be preferred against - the ;young men who''worn' implicated in', tbe affair out of ,which'other caseH have nisi) arisen, all to be dealt with on Friday next.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

LONDON, TUESDAY. | The British Government have abandoned :for the present the bill for the prevention land punishment of corrupt, practices at elections. ?

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fortune's Favours. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

' Fortune's ^Favours; I The Bendigo< Independent states : that, a I short, time a^o,. a ". well-kno wn. resident. of j Goldon-squarp, : Mr./ThomHS Williams,i;r'e- ! iceived a lntter ? from" Sydney, from the;! Icurator of. iutosiato'-estatos for, New.- South" 1 'Waloa, inforcning liim.th[U:he liad,.through j jthe deonaBo of. a certain-individual,-become I ;th eiowner.iof . somoj valuable;, property.) in ithe | : Western distriot. .. Mr. ^yilliflrasiwaa eorae- i 'what astonished, and oomuiuni3atedi.with the i . Sydney curator to the,effect tlmt he -did not j jl$now;any. person who i oou!d-,havQ; leftrhitn. \ Sproperty;. and also,informed him that he lin'd: j jnottrionda to:: his .kno^ledfcet in ithoi district . fmentionod. A reply waBvrecBivod}, giving1 i j the"1: osaot/ address, and|?requesting: him to . | take possession! " Last'weok' the perplexed I i legatee went' onhisdravol's'tafind .p'ut-wh'nt 1 i he had beoome^posVesBod^of. Hefound tliat' { |a freehold- of. ifiOuaor...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

MELBOURNE, ? WEDNESDAY. . r Sir Bryan O'Loglileu has been sent for; but it is improbable that be will form a new administration, in which, cose .'Mr.-* Murray, Smith will be sent for, and a coalition ministry formed. It is rumoured' that the new Ministry will appoint Mr. Berry to the A^ent-Goneralsbip of Victoria. ,

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary Motions. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

Parliamentary Motions. . . Sir HonryiPfirkus haaigiven notico; of the 'intirnduction of the Ohinoso Bill and of the Liquor ! Lioenniag . Act, Amendment Bill. Several other'notices, of motions ^'nnd ques Itions hnve.alao. been given, amongst.the most important of which is one bysMi\ Slat ?tojy to tho effect thnt the: Municipal Oounoil of Sydney, havih'p: failed ito accomplish tho objocta contemplatedvnnsi: ? ita< re-ostabliah inent, it Bhould be abolishod. , ,'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARIS. TUESDAY (NOON). [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

; :.-"V PARTS. v i luESDAY (NOON). |j I ? Tho French floot -vrhiqh recently proceeded j to S(ax, on tbo Tuuisinn coast,, have ,bom- i' ibarded tlio town^in oidor lo punish tlio in- | .habitants.for resisting the. landing of troops. ; "Considerable dnungo was done boforo' an |i order was given to ceaso firing. . , .

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WASHINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

WASHINGTON. > TUESDAY. '! A<bulletin issued this morning stales that President Garfield passed, a;! better' night on Monday. He was able to take nourishment, and slept well for,;sonne hours. ^The phy sicians are of opinion, tbut tlie condition of tho patient is decidedly .better; but that it would be "useless.tu attempt to extract the i bullet,' at any rato for the present.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

a^E^assBa" * OlIAPXBR. II. /Ehe'1 nap "which he had taken had failed in /refreshing him, and; ho felt infinitely stiffur / and moved mpro cumbrously than before he ( lay down. .Nevertheless, he started off, keeping"beneath''' the shadow of the tall hedge, and crept slowly along the side of the field., c ? "* Stumbling at ovory rut, and^cursing after every stumble; now banding himself double in places" where the lessening luxuriance of tlio'lie'dge gavo a chance of his being seen from1 the road, creeping through gaps, or Blowly and painfully climbing over the inter vening etiles, the man made his way onward. Once' or twice-when, for instance,, n labourer'plodding wearily towards homo crossed' the field in which he was, his figure standing up weird and black against the iiorizon ; or when a cavt, heavily laden with Kentielx rag8toiieB, came grinding along the wbite .oliallty, road on the other side of the,, hedge; its driver sitting on the shafts a.nd solacing,his:, dreariness by shou...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

'V,'' Wanted.:'-... .' . I A ,/GIRL, nboiit I'l or lo,. tu asslRt in . HOUSE-. 'JOL" WORK. Apply to Wis. W. PKIROU, Gold 8initl)>8ti(ittt, , , , . ' I Wiiiifed ; A HOUSEMAID. Apply ioMbs.S.EMANUEL, JCk- ' Lnnsdowiio.': , , V , 1 1 I .? -! -? ?>. ' .1 ?? - 1 . " , .»: Wanted ! A' N ELDERLY WOMAN as HOUSEKEEPER X3L, to,Widower and fnihily'of.youiig.Olitldi-anou a selection about 20. iiiilos.'froiii.Uoulburn,' Apply (with-reforonces)by loiter tn . . WILLIAM PRICE3, " . ?' . Ollllon. ;|X NOWN tlint fiomiiS tu £lU00 may he obtained JL\_ on good aucurilyV Apply to \V. RUTLAND, Auction.or, Australian Auction Mart, Aubnrn-at. -A- PUSIMC , At Mr. M. Tynan's Richlands Hotol, ' ON SATURDAY, ltiiu JULY, : -At 2 o'clock p.m., - ... .XTTITH roforonco- Uo tn TRAMWAY TO - Wi-'^TA'RALGA.'- ;All .portona-intorustud arc particularly rai|uested to attend.i.-. : i 1 By order of tlio Vigilance Gouimittoa.i ; ;. r . LAGHLAN ROSS, i Hon. Soorotnry. ST. JOSEPH'S - ' MIBDUBIjJE CIiA®@ BOARDING SCHOOL B...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 7 July 1881

DIED.       On the 3rd July, at his mother's residence, Clinton- street, Goulburn, WILLIAM JOHN FALLON, aged 18 years, leaving a mother and many friends to deplore their loss.                  

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BRITISH INDIA COMPANY'S STEAMERS. PORT SAID, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

THE BRITISH INDIA COMPANY'S STEAMERS.,. Poirr SAID, July 5, : The steamship Eomti loft yesterday home-, ward with tho Queensland mails.. , V: ? " COLOMBO, July 5. < The steamship Dorunda, with.the English mails'for Aueeuslaod, arrived ytsterday. '

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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