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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, everlovely since the world began, The fee of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: FRIDAY, JULY 8. OUR UNPAID MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
PTJBX,xsxiEp'-'±i"V3iiR-yv3kbKyriiN-Q' Trutlii evor.lovely «ln&lt;iotlie yrorlrt began/'11 " ' The foe of tyrant* mid the friend of man,-Caw/iie//.; &lt; - j GOULBUJRN: FRIDAY,', JULY j j OUR _UNP^iD5'MA^ISTJEbA0T.' Tiieke.. Gxisls^a^bglief..'amongst jmany Mliat i'uatiop, connoy.boi'pVopGrly; ndministored'sb'. 'itJis-ioft in1 the hauds of a number of .men£wllo; in: sevoral instanoo8,' bflvp not tbe requisite k n o 1 edtfe n d v ar iad experience, .esaenjifllr. to BOj'respoiisible«a position; - and ?'wiio^ia^nli'-.'oasosA'are nokreosiviii)} any ro '.Ijfiuuilrwionlfovth'oiivfservioes/iovoji ??wlie'ri.;it. happens"^ tlmf1 tlieyf areworthy!' off'suoh' romu^i'efa(l ion.t Hqnce it is thought that 'the mos't-j&udeut apucse/iXFliio^pouldbeToNp^ed' .would jbo^ho:doing nvr»y/'nltoguthor,witb am unpaid magistracy. Ii tliia^alGpi be taken' ' whore are,,stipends',1 .to'ioome* from' for.Jallj tli()8b whoonow;1 have: _tbp>!li6norDry ;/title of} Jil'/ntfttcliejT,j to^hdir...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Painful Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
.'LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS: Painful; Scenes A pain fill scone was witnessed in lbs police court yesterday. Charles'Moo'ro a fisli-'deuler, ot' Auburn-street; and his wife were defend-; i ants in, cases brought against thorn by M, Mowbray5 and ??Wv-'Glarke (particulars of which'appear in another column).' Moore had been in the lockup during the previous night, ,aud on>. beiiig'sbrouglit into' court became so excited that he fell down in afk' of epilepsy, 'and presented : a frightful n'p-1 pearance for some short time. Dr. Duvidsohj twa$ sent for, and restoratives beingapplied' the sufferer-revived, so as , toe bo able- to attends the proceedings.:, . ; His wife wris f*reatly, . alarmod, and - felt' much' more her, position ihrbugh.Athe 'suffering' which she; iwitnessed in her husband;, ? &lt;,!v ? ! .1
THE EARL OF KIMBERLEY ON AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
THE EARL OF KIMBERLEY AUSTRALIAN AT FAIRS. IMPOJITANT despatches from (Lo Socratwry of S.'nto tiir tiiu Colonies bavo I eon published in tho Hobait Morcury, uttho instance of the Premier of Tasmunia. Lord ICimtiorley states that he has perused with much interest the records of the deliberations and the resolutions of the Conference held in Syd ney, and expressed a hope that the important meeting may eventually result in tho adop tion, by the Legislatures of tho Austrnlim colonies, of several useful measures. Some of the questions required separate and special notioo, and further despatohes will be for warded to the several colonics interested, dealing with those points which appear to call for his lordship's observation. With referonce to the relations of British subjects with the natives of Western Pucifio islands, and to the office and functions of High Commissioner for the Western Pacific, her Majesty's Government highly appreciate the ability and earnestness with whicli Sir Arih...
Mastodon Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
? Mastodon Minstrels.. ."" On; Monday,.', Tuesday, rnnd ^Wednesday! niglila next the,Ma6todou\Minetr6l8,appear, 'before Q-dulburn'audionces.'v Tho members constituting tbe,.cump»ny,.arei pronounced:,, n' decided suooobs byJ;Ug pross of. both oolonies,' I and thoir'ottraQr.uIaowliora' haaifully, proved: I the justioo.of tho eulogiuais passed; onitliem.: | Being so. good they may .hopBi.to'havatclarge I houses whilst tbey.-remain'iu-Goulb'urn.'v!-. j
LOCOMOTIVE EMPLOYEES ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
LOCOMOTIVE EMPLOYEES' ANNUAL DINNER. The dinner annually held by the employees in the Locomotivo Department of the Great Western Railway, to celebrate the granting of their holidays, was hold on Saturday night at McOleery'a Railway Hotel, Bat burst. TliO tables worn spread in the large aupper mom, which, by-the way, is admir ably adapted for tho purpose,-covers being laid for between 40 and 50 persons. The dinner was got up by Mr. McL'lebry in fiist clasB style, and the manner in which it was served reflected credit upon the establish ment, and afforded proof "that the waiters an.1 waitresses wore quite up to their busi ness. The cit'iiir was; ocuupiad by Mr. Thomas Walsh, and the vico-ohair by Mr. John Chicken. Anions the invited guoBts woro Mr. Hornidge, Trnffio Inspector, and Mr. Turton, Locomotive Inspector, who were furnished with .seats lo the right of tho chairman, Mr. Starkey, representative of tho Southern Line, being on hiB loft. Whon the "solids" had disappnared. Tho Chri...
A Perilous Position. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
A Perilous .'Position. ?' A lady narrowly escaped' ibeing "seriously, injured, if ,not; killed, on , tue, railway,, near! ? Sydney, on5 Wednesday, morning! 'A "train! had arrived at Petersham; (Hnd^she delayed! getting out of the oarriage'uritil1 the'enginej 1 had started. She then jumped^towards: thej platform, but hcavdress yot" oaii^ht by'.a iiutj | near the buffer. ? Slio' inanagtcl . to'K°t holdji ofr; the' .railing' jof, tliourioxc oarriage, and ji ohirig -toj it! until (she was rt-souodcby Mr.n Penioid, J.P.V and another,vpassenger, who I pulled her into the carriage.'; -Whileshe wasi| in the perilous' position,-rmontione(J,'i>r.thei| woman/Boreamed, ands;attracted the atlen-i tiouofi'-tte1.'guard/,who';stoppod the. train.| .The ? engine - was - then® revarsed,-and .. thej train taki'U book about 200 yards,; with ai .view to seeing" whether* anyone.w'asinjured.i
NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news:"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
"NEWS 'AND,^NOTES.'' "Urlof, then i&lt; and 'wlint'a Hiei news V--King'John, 33read; is 1/8. tho '4-1 bV loaf.vat-IBourkG.'v The Mastodon JMinsirols /nppearnn Qoul burn during next, week. ,? " r. ,, >/ - > ' ..Mi'/Fitzpntrick-. pu;*Tuesda'y took'his' old sent on the. Oppositionfront,'' bench. ! ; it;'is^priiposed : toi'prefienr Loyeoek'witli '£500 shortly. ' ; ~ "V;y .. Mr! J;'J. Walsbe, 'tbeirepresentdtive. of the Irish L[indrLenge,:bald a',meetin'g,'atvAlbury on Wednesday."nipbt.' v ^Th0v\vidow ofr.Jobn'sAllnn,1 wbo^ hdoptcd Edgar Allan Eoe,'died' in-May, at Richmond Virprinia . ,'jS &lt; G. W.; Wardell,tlatoteditor;of. the Blayney . Observer) -iwas; .; at^ thGABathufst.-.QtiQrter; : .Sessions,acquittedWon wtheH»?obap|fe Wof.. embezzlement. ' .^'....Mr;''.\yant's*addrd8S^b,nlMr..;.'BawdeD?S',b.D-,. hnlf, in- the- lilidl-'action &lt;-instituted'Jby-tho Grnfton'?policb'inaK:istrato,!;iwa's,i-avrsplondid one.' 1 f.il! S A sodfnan^namedV'FinrayiraadoUise ...
Goulburn Football Club v. Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
Goulburri.?Fobtl)alfr Oluli'' vl''Balmain.j Wis a^ain remind our.rendora of the foot-! ball ''match whiuhitakos ' plaoB .'in-i-Brooks'j 'paddook-1.to-morrow^,of three o'clock, betwoom 'tbe! .Goulbura- andnBaUnaiu- football olubs,! and' wliiobnvill bo, -fi;oui:.all i\ve voatK,hear,'*,aj "very'osoiting cont(;st*l 'AVe -liava f'boon'; in-' .formed tbat. vohiqlesi'of ovofy^dpspription will lie allowed on, the ground; butthat equestrians' will be required'to leavo their' horam outside the onnlosurV:-L J-'/y'.xJ''V .
YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6TH. Before Mr. Yates, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
7 -r /i;»:A4-SSJ^ws., [ (FnoM1, oun ^OonREsroNDENT)./ , P,OLrOE~OOURT. , ' WEDNESDAY, JULY 6XH. f B efo r e;M r,fYfttee,( P.M.vJ-\ ll^'Severate^^ I fffff milo^^l^KfinTelcl^f1 OS court"oo8t8,,audfortho'.soc6nd?*,2/6.3and2/6 ^5^trol?S|;6flMw1S^'a1^^G^M^'flnSd^ 'i-!3#a^^A"ft^^.W*S^v,!®*rp#'*"SSi2S'rs,M,w,'WA' jffiijljnfaga i ds|jptei uvifhfaVsimilarioffonoVJwnsidismisaed . The eviJence tnkeii «t t"i:o' w«t"r polieo court in Sydooy having been road over, . Walter Wigg deposed I am a drteciivo officer,of tho New South Wales police force, and stationed in Sviiney ; about .noon, on 17th Juim lat-t; drtojiivi^ Ojimphixi. .rind I saw P' iso/iur in GoHrgMBtrtTeV' Sydney ; I ?.id, " Fred; wo want in go to your homo ; -lio jjaid " X live at 108 Orown-streot, Wulloo monloo-;'' de'octiva Oamphin, s.-iiii -to. pri Bonor, ''" wo'll show . you/ wheio youlive upon your own; information,;" ho- and pri soner then wont to OlarenijK-Htreeti.in one direction while I wont in another direction to- enable mn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
: GREAT REDUCTIONS IN THE PRICE OF GROCERIES. P. Wo " " )EG3 to call the attention of his friends and the public generally to hjj the UNDERMENTIONED PRICES, which will DEFY" GOM fPETITION ) JF OJEl, C-A.SIE-I . GOOD BREAKFAST TEA, Is 6d per lb. WHITE SUGAlV 4d " YELLOW SUGAR, 3£d " ' CORN FLOUR, Gd Superior. CUPS & SAUCERS, 5s per doz BEST TEA, 2s 3d per lb. COFFEE, Is OATMEAL, 7 lbs for 1/6 RICE, 3d per lb. ARROWROOT, Gdperlb. :l'4s. pen* ®ok©m, 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. HcEI?B«, WHOLESALE AND FAMILY G20CSK, CORNER OF AUBURN- & MONTAGUE STREETS, ' , - 'GQPL6URN. . - . - tfllllM frAMM OF LONDON HOUSE - G O'tr LM E H, DESIRES to inform the Public that he lia.s amongst his well-selected Stock the following at'most reasonable Prices - PfiAYER-B 00 KS-fresh assortment in beautiful bindings just opened. School-Books, Copybooks, Exercises, and all School requisites...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
.WEEicr.Y ? Myiniv Week. rSUNDAY .. Monday .. .Tuosday . Wodiiosdny Thursday,, Fridfiy.. i. Bntu nlav.. i, brfy'of Month;: 11. 4 '^6 " W Ston.rlses, li. m.v r.!7'i- -fly.) .7" 7 7 7'i 7 7\ Qi7jH7m 7 0 . 7 G ? i . C.tl. ' 6': 2 ? -I,-11 (3 . MOON'S PHASE,1 ? ' ' . -f First dutttter.itfth. July,'.3i21' n.m. I //;
COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY, Wednesday FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
r.\; COMMERCIAL. . (fti i . -? 'il SYDNEY, Wednesday FARM. PRODUCE. At the Darling Harbour railway station there was ri good'supply of forage and pro duce from (he various country stations along the Western and Southern-"lines. The market to-day was rather dull, and fairly ".attended;^ Oaten hay, in bales, 4/1 to 4/10; "otfe^Ioroxtra'quality, 5/3 ; in trusB, 3/6 to .4/8 ; and in bundles, 4/- to 6/- per owt j lucerne hay,&lt; jn truss, 3/6 per owt; straw, in bale, 2/9' to 2/10 ;. in bundles, 2/9 to 3/1 p?r ewt; oaten chaff, in bale, 4/9 ; do and straw?-, mixod,] 4/3 ;! wheaten hay, in bale, . 4/-. pbr--owt; wheaten and oaten hay in bundle, 4/1; in bale, . 4/2 to 4/6; oaten sheaf, 3/4; potatoes, 3/4 to 4/7 per owt, ? bagsjncluded swede turnips, 2/5 to 2/10 t*per owt'|; pumpkins, 2/3 to 3/6 per doz»n; ftone ^'extra fine. lot, 4/7 ; maize, 2/11 per bushel,;bags returned, . - ''/.'On the 'wliarves/to-day, there is.no nlterT Sa'M^nTitoXnote'in'Hhe price -of hay. Mnizo, Belling nt ...
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 — 8 July 1881
VALERIE AYLMEIV BY .TUB AUTUOII OF MORTON IIODBIC. ; ?. BOOK VI. ? .OILAPEER II.-THE HIGHT OF HEPA11ATION. Valisiuu'S voice broko"down in a burst .of ttfirs-tenrs;of agitation which the'physical strength was now una bio to restrain-anil after>one astonished look tlio general struck his flag. ; " Thoro, there !" he said, hastily, " dont cry about it! I suppose we shall huve; to f»o, since .you 1iqvq sot your heart ? on it ; but it is all a confounded piece of nonsense 1 Dry your eyes-do 1- I hate tears ! When does Darcy want-to get oft'?" . ? " Ab soon ns possible." : ; "Humph !-(hero. might possibly ; be more definite information. Where is he ? Lliad belter see him about the matter." " Ho is in the saloon. Shall I ask liitn to comu'to you : "Yes," said tho general, still rather shortly. . ; ' ? She loft tho room-a degree more -light-' hearted and light-footed thuu when she en tered it-imd went to the saloon. ; ? When she reaclud the door, she1 was not a little ostouinhed, for sli...
COULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 7. Before Messrs. Voss and Beit. THREATENING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881
COULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 7. , Before Messrs.; Voss and Boit. TUHEATENINO LANGUAGE. Oharles D.AIoore was unarmed witliuaiag ihrodtoning:laugu'ago to M. Mowbray. . . Mr. Davidsoulor >the complainant, Mr. Gannon lor tho doloiidnat. ? Senior-sergKautI\>nton, deposed: I ar rested prisuner yesterday by virtue of the warrant I produce; |iia wife said, " Wa wore only letting oil Chinese ornckers on tho 4th July as wa have done in-New Zealand;',' ho said, " This is Mowbray's doings, us ho wants to got us out of his house." i By Mr., Gannon : Dufeudant keeps a shop in Uoulburu ; the doctor had to bo sent for in consequence of-his having a fit. By- Miv Davidson : He was a waiter' in tho employ of Mr. Jessop before bo left; Morton Mowbray deposed : Defendant is a tauaut of mind ; I complain that defen dant on 4th July, in the middle of the night, was letting off cruokers, and he- said, " Yuu will Boe.a;liaru-up to-ni,;ht-I will burn the old out;" 1 was frightened ; I ant up a...