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Mail Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Mail Time Table. The following is the mail time table ob served at tho local office :— Mails leave Delegate every Monday,^ Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. for Craiffie, Nicholson's and Bombala, reach ing lattor placo at 7 p.m. Leavo Bombala at 5 a.m. on Sundayo, Wedncsdayo and Fndayo, arriving at Delegate, via Nicholson's and Craigie at 10.30 a.m. Leavo Delegate ovory Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Corrowong at 11 a.m., arriving at 1.30 p.ni. Leavo Currowong zt 10 a.m. on Mon days, Thursdays nnd Saturdays, arriving at Delegato at 1 p.m. Leavo Delegate overy Sunday and Wodheoday at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delegate on return every Wednesday and Sunday nt 7 p.m. Leavo Dolegato at 11. 30 a.m. on Sun day and 0.30 a.m. on Thursday, reaching Bondoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Bonang (Vic.) at 4.S0 p.m. on Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thursday, and Orbost (Vic.) at 0 p.m. on Monday and G.30 p.m. on Friday. Leavo Orboi;t, via Bonanpf and Bendoc, ; on Sundays and Thurs...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

f STOCKWNO S&U \$ STO^KTiklNG SALE ! »- ' - , ,. - * ^ * All Goods to be offered atLowest Prices prior to Stocktaking. CHEAPER THAN iSvifi! i — ? ? . - No Old Stock! -:- Everything Fresh. I Latest Styles in Every Line ! LOOK AT OUR They will be cleared out Under Cost ! In DRAPERY we are offering Bargains. TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING BOYS, YOUTH'S and MEN'S. BEST FIT AND VALUE GUARANTEED. i Our large stock of GROCERIES is well known as consisting of the very best brands in every line, and Prices as Low as Possible. ,-v. -=rrr====rz==z===z==z=zzr^rr. ALL KINDS -AND SIZES OF IMPORTED AND COLONIAL Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes. Every kind of Patent Medicine kept. —-SOLE AGENT FQR THE— i '. BOHEMIAN FAMILY MEDICINES. i - ' ' ' :— — For those Who are fortunate enough to have a crop s to gather, in/ we have Hay Rakes, Pitchforks, Sickles, Reap ing^ Hooks, Scythes (solid blades), Chaffcutters, Harvesting Machinery, Oils, &c. ' ; Write to us for everything, and if we cannot suppl...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Modem Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

A Modem BBrasInpamgcr. A Bathtjiist telegram says : — ' For two . years residents at Palmer's Oakey and the vicinity have frequently been robhed ? in a mysterious manner by a marauder, who had taken up ? his residence in the mountains, but whose haunts could not he discovered. This bushranger was fre quently seen, and because of the difficulty in catohing him was called 'Slippery . Jack.' ,'He is described as being a well , built man, and of exceptional strength, judging 1-y tho heavy loads taken from diggers' hut3 and other places. His cus . torn was to visit huts and tents when the occupants were away, and strip them of everything portable. The district hasi 'been in a state of considerable alarm ow ing to his visits. Frequent attempts were made to di& cover the lair of the freebooter, but with out avail. On Friday last, however, . ? William Hutchinson, a settler, near Clear Crjek,.'when out in the' mountains in search of wattle bark, reached tlie top of ??? a high precipi...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Metropolitan Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Metropolitan Items. . ;'/ BY A. I. P. ' ?- ' ' ' '',' Another step nearer direct taxation wus taken on Friday when the Gazette noti fication was published to all with in comes or laud. The formalities of the Assessment Act require this delicate but decisive reminder to thoHO who come within the scope of the Land and Income ' Taxes. It will not be nec«3fary to look up the fatal Gazette. The information may be gathered from tho advertising columns oi! tho newspapoia. A pecu liarity of the new taxes is that the work of assessment devolves upon tho victims. They must go out of their way to dis cover their liability to tho State'and hand in a cheque at the prescribed period. The tax-gatherer will not oall round and collect the money ; but tho people will ' have to bestir themselves without the assistance of an ofivjial. If they neglect the new duty, then they will meet un pleasantneas , similar to the inhabitant who fails to register a dog, with this exception, that the penalty is infini...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Waverley Election. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

The Wavevicy Election. 'Tni: election of a member to represent Wavorley in the N.S.W. Assembly in the ' place of the late Mr. Angus Cameron tool 'laco on Thursday last, and resulted in the return of Mr. T. Jessop, the Ministe rialist candidate. Tho votes polled woro; T. Jessop (F.) 008 ; T. II. Barlow (P.) G28 ; Sir Henry Parltos (I.) 100. A good donl of enthusiasm was dis played at tho declaration of tho poll, and each of tho candidates addressed the electors proeont. Mr. Jessop said that by tho return oi the selected freotrado candidate, Waver loyho.d. again lent tho stamp of its appro val in favor of 'the Roid Administration. Referring to Sir Henry Parkes' candida turo, he oaid that he rogretted very much the manner in which tho most illustrious statesman of Australasia had been im ported into the electorate. He would foi rather have seen that great and illustrious man seeking that repono and enjoying the honored rest to which tho whole oi his labors for this great country fully ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEPSTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

SHEEPSTEALING. Sheepbtealing has been rife in this dis trict for some time past, the principal sufferers- ? being the .- Delegate Station, and notwithstanding the fact that for months past the local police had been on the alert, and. had spent many a night in ambush in one or other of the paddocks from which the sheep had been missed, were unable to effect a capture. Latterly suspicions feil upon a man named D.J Reidy, whom tho police had on several occasions observed in the. paddocks be tween the hour of midnight and 4 o'clock in tho morning, and for the last week his movements had been carefully watched. On Saturday evening he was observed to pass the Police Barracks, and make in the direotion of Bendoc. Senior , Constable Stutchbury; and Constable Keating followed him and came upon him in one of the station paddocks, where ? he was in the . act of rounding up the aheep. The police secreted them selves behind a log, and at about 8 o'clook saw him drive the sheep into a ^corner of ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Visitors to Sydney should not fail to -. witnoss the magniucent Cvclorama 6£ Jerusalem — ' A blaze of Oriental splen dor.' Admission Is, children 6d.— Advt.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Alpine Stores, DELEGATE. V ''* ** ?{ ^ ?** H. G. WOOD, 1 * 1 GENERAL STOREKEEPER. (Established 1875.) A LARGE AND \WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO CHOOSE FROM. v - Only First-class Goods kept in Stock btty And bead the 'ar^us.' Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance. ' r I SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE. , , s » Advertisements at Reasonable Bates. NOT ' Made in Germany.' ' , ? ATKINSO'N'S . , ,r The Finest English Make. ^ - ? £ ? ' * »? .» * More Fragrant; More Lasting, an4 L h 1 - Very much More ifefresnlng \ «. ' « . ' i than the German Kinds. - ' v- *' ? . - Use ATKINSQN'Sonly \ ' And Beware of Irahations. - Only Genuine with Shield-shape Blue and Yellow Label and usual ' White Rose ' Trade Maik ? 1 ' - Of ALL DEALERS, and of the MANUFACTURERS— , ^ t r f f\ J. & K ATKINSON, 24, oidVBond-st., t fix + LONDON. ^ UV' ' * LAS3ITII»E.- -s,^ . , ,1 HEAfiACHEA' * , i. ',m - BACKACHE^ AND- INDIGESTION, ' ARE SYMPTOMS OF A ,. i' DISORDERED LIVER. ' ' CLE...

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SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

SNAKES. Me. H. T. Allah, of Greonmarsh, had a singular experience one evening last week. Ho in company with a friend, and one of his children, were fishing in' the rivorriear his residence. They had caught several eels, when suddenly he j observed two large tiger snakes crossing | tho stream, and as these were shortly afterwards followed by two more, Mr. Allan deemed it advisable tq beat a re treat, particularly as the tussocky nattfre of the country was ouch aa to form a shelter for these venomouo reptiles. At this season of the year snakes are on the move, and it is necessary for one to keep their eyes open.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. A. SPENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

. MR, A. SPENCER. . The above-named gentleman (for some time connected ^with the firm of John Spencer, DontiBt, of Wyriyard Square, Sydney,) intimates in our advertising columns that he will vioit Dalesate on Saturday, 7th. March nest, when he may bo consulted at the Commercial Hotel. Mr. Spencar haa .provibubly visited our district, and won for hiraoolf a reputa tion which will speak for itself.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

MINING ACCIDENT. A minek on the Little Plain Riv^r, named Peter Martell, had a rather unpleasant experience last week, by which he nar rowly escaped losing his life. He was putting in a drive, and when in some little distance tho earth gave way and fell in upon him. The unfortunate man remained in this predicament from part of Friday until 8 o'clock on Saturday morning, at which hour he was 'discov ered by his two little boys, who, in con sequence of their father not having returned homo over night as usual, had gone down to where he hoc* been working to try and learn what had become of him, and found him as described. Assistance wao at once procured and the poor fellow rescued from bis perilous position. Fortunately there was a small opening through - which he could get sufficient air to enable him to breathe, or he must have perished.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

CRICKET TEAM. The following ia the team selected to meet Bombala on Saturday on the Dele gate wicket, play commencing at 11.80 : Messrs. Ellio, Mahony, Kebby, Watson, Pink, Armstrong, Kemp, Ford, Connor, Wood, G. Walcott ; emergencies, RanHn, Martin, McDonald.

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

. . CONCERT. , : The ? entertainment in connection with the Presbyterian Cliurolitakea place' this evening. The programme, which was published in our lasfc, should be a treat to hear. The Cricket Club contemplate holding; a dance after the concert.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

.Vieitoro. to Sy.d'noj' ob'ould nqt fail, to.. v witnoca- ]thp mngnificent Cyclpraina -at v'.'-j Joruaa'loni-1— '.A; blazo of- Oriental spltin- ^v dor.' Admission l8,cKiMrcn'ClI.;:pA:fi\T'i'-1':vV

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DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

DENTISTRY. ; , Mn. F. Duke, announces that he will visit Delegate on Monday next, remain ing until the following Saturday, when ho may be conoultad at Rafter's Hotel on all matters relative to his profession. On the occasion of this gentleman's last visit he- created a very, favorable impression in the district, and as he bears the repu tation of being a skilled workman, per sons requiring their teeth attended to need have no scrupled in placing them selves under his core.

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Croajingolong and its Gold Fields. NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Croajingolong and its Gold ? [Fnok Tiik BiLiKNsaAi,E News.] j NO. I. A good deal of attention has been drawn of late to the undeveloped' resources of tho territory of Croajingolong, and a few lines' about tho district and tho newly discovered mining field will probably bo 'of interest to a good mnny readers. Some of our'- nowspapers and public speakers who try to eke out a slender store of wit bv rinorinnr the chancres on tho ' namo Croajingolong appear to have very ill defined ideas as to whore tho place redly is. Omeo ? nd Buchan, and indeed all the couutry east of Bairnsdalo, aro com monly .roforred to as Croajingolong, but, as will bo readily seo.u on roforonco'to the map, this tkiira incognita is a nearly triangular pieco of land lying east of the Snowy' Rivor and bounded on the other two sides by tho sea coast and the New South Wales dorder. . .It is th^ eastern ?' most portion of Viet ria. comprises abuut 4000 square miles of ter-ifriry and pro bably contain?) larger trvct- o...

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ALTERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

ALTERATION. We direct the attention of our readers to the alteration in Mr. C. Commons' advertisement, by which it will seen that he has laid ia &. largo stock of ironmongery, and other requisites neces sary for the carrying on of his business on an extensive ecale.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

^^T ^^ hbAl BHAfc 4/bk. MUt BH1B ' ' Ectema, erysipelas, cancan, itch, uloew, amallpox. measle*, ecurvy. ehsarer'i! rwh,H'»' -i- nimDles boils wane, freoklee, cute, wounds, ohilblains, chapped hands, gravel, Btnotwo, venereal secondaries, Knnorrhooa, Rleet. nervous debility, Bterilty. impotenoy, flea, piles, liver and kidney disorders, indigestion, obesity, asthma, catarrab, rheumatism, gout, aorof olft. rtofr worm, Bosldhead, dandruff, baldness, barber's rash, and all other Blood and Skin Diseases cufuatJtood speedily and permanently oubbd by Da. KOCH'S non- mercurial infallible rorao dinB ibe only reliablo cum3 fo-- Lctboqy and Stphillib. Thoy expel all imparitioo f'Otn tho blood bones end flcab ; dentroy all diaoaco Ronao oi microbes, clonus', heal and beautify tbo wkia -'rebuild tbol system, invigorate tho onitalo, rc3toro loot manhood, provonr- tho nAir. tailing out nnd moke it rtow lasuriantly Thoy nro rcurrontad oafo, palatable, io.-rily tc&on, ond anitobio for tho mo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

News and Nctes. Yankee Doodle ib pnro blended Vir ginian.— -Advt. By a fire in a factory at Troy, in the State of New Yortr, : SO women wew- 1 hilled, and 270 escaped by meanB of ladders. -,.-. ? :: ?? .. ? .0. ?;????! Mr. John Dillon, the antl-Parnellite ; ,i '?-'; member for Ea-»tllayo, has boon eleced ? chairman of the Irish Parliamentary /;??. -Party.- ' . . . '?'. . The Minister for Mines has decided to - . offer a toward of £1000 for the discovery / of payable gold at a depth of 2000ft : . . Arrangements have been made by the :-'??, j' Mines Daportmcnt for a systematic pros ? ?'':', pecting of the auriforons sands of the ; ;? , northern ©oast. Great oscitoment has boon caused at Eaperanco (W.A.) by the reported disco very of opal fields in the Norseman district There are still a number of bodies miss ing from tho wrock of the ferry eteamor Poarl in tbo Brisbane River. A sensational find is reported from tho Mineral Proprietary's mine, Jingera, the Btone yielding 1200 to 2000 o...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 27 February 1896

Items of Sport. Lav»r»eo- consistent with the bnt ho may yet be Mr. Fourteenth. Gipsy GrantEi a' daughter of Grand master won thoDuncdin Cap. Reckloso goes to-- Adelaido to try for tho £1000 Onkcparinga Stcoplcchaso with Dot 71b in tho saddlb;. : Fortunatuo vAtti 1'Osf lost tho Metro politan StaLct-of 7000 zapooa'by a head . r.t Calcutta. Tho first crickot toiraof Auotralinns , T7ont' Homo' in 1878: Tho most huc cocaful team vrca that of 1880. Tvro mon rs tho oolcct'Dd cricket tears ' '.. cro reported io havo oignod tho pledge already, Pnraono in in great form juut now. On St. Kilda track recently lie rode a mile in 2min IJbco, p:iccd by n, tri()lof. Wr. Mupjrovo hcmvitlidra'STn his resig nation an manager of the Australian' team to England. Mr. Dan O'Brien ia endeavouring to arrange --- meeting betweeu Abercorn and Roaponco, with a viott to a foal thnt m/tj?' eclipse ovon Carbine. Tho NowracTkct Handfcr.p- will bo rutv on Saturday and tho Australian Cup on Tuesday no;:t. Couriliio ...

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