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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

.CHAPTER III. Frank Soorri or stood at the liltlo railway etation .with nhenvy heart, looking; after the train in which bis betrothed and lior uncle wero being.whirled.book,to London, whence', after a-few daya? rest, they would depart for .their, country ,homo, vHo,waited, .watohing * until the lust gleam of, the red lamp in the rear of the ' train' had'died away in the distance. Then he turned upon his heel, . nnd sauntered nlowly back, towards the,inn. " " I Rupposo it's all right," eald ho to hiin - self-'.' I1 suppose I have dono what,I ought to have dono in nouepiing.Mrj Womersley's conditions, and consenting; to go away, and ? try to malie u home'for Ellen out yonder. I ; Buppose it's all right/; but it's deuced, hard )Jino3 to Ieavo hor:behind,iexposed to nil ! sorts of temptation, and with a ohnnco of. a .fellow stepping in and cutting mo out. 'Not that I fear .that,'God bloss her!:' . She's far too truo; and-loyn.lt to . play tricks of that kind. What; I moan is,-it' is har...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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A Mysterious Deatht. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

.^MiMWAtMvsterioufl^Deatht?^iM?# ' jThp, ooourrotfo^ 3[a "young. ijimmwhussTnuiW bious/cirou m^tances'^was! (says <. the JM. el tfo urn ei ?Argus) rtfpor(odpt,tho|Em0raldrHlll.polioe-t slatio'n^br^undn^ tbyAhe;jppJi«vit]w^ 'oh Ilod 'at' lilts TaiYa.'Baiil£'.;Hotelf.iop'J SatuV jday^ov.enirigj.iWouti'»7?ofql6ok;7-whor8#:bofliiid ia^IaBa(of|be^i4^ii4u^t|^o6uraorornbqhvor" ^tilmvVsprSBBed^&i^^a'iSipbiatmeDi^atlQoti until abouV'2 o'clock on Siuiday murn inirV< wboo ahtdgor in the Yarra.Bank Hotel* going'into his. room, 'found' tl1© deceased .lyinfc on the floor, bi^thingVbeavily^; i»s ;if) from |h'e flO'eots of drink. ^Leaving' him. there, tliolodger took onothfir rouin. Awak ing about half-pcBt 7, ho lookod into his room'to sbo it deceased was still ihera. Dis co varing that be was eo> and apprarontly in tho sumo condition nswhon first «een by him, the lodger loft hiui,,and detailed .tlio cir cumstances to soma other of the inmates. About half-past 9 th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

01' J SST,iE2.2:^3OT - BEIT-WOOD: OHAIBS ; JUST TO IIAND, And.areiboing.daiJy put together by, compotcnt mail, 'l'hoy uro propoily uoruwud unci boltud togetlur,; nnd tliuy aru to-bui had at v;s \ , ROGERS' ' ' ' GIU3AT At tbu lolltiwing' prioiiH,"which mu lully lun pur cunt, iv,' .;! ? lower' ill mi previously quoted . ? i Auntriau Oane-Sont iUllnirs, 7s. lid. -. v :? ' 'Austrian Unno-Soiit Otmiis, 8a, 11 it. AuHiiiiiQ' Ouuo-Sont Chairs, 98. 3d. ? : . Austrian Onno-Suiit Ubnira, Uh, Od. .. .OidoiafortliesoUoods are.'* coming in from nil .'quartern, and'(boy me to- bu lind, put' together/in vuny. uumbur, or in 8 cIOZOD oaeos. /JL'hese gooda'are .now being Imported Direct-by tlie Proprietor; 1 . Which Bimblosibiui to noil-at theao , EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. , ?1;An asaortment of tbo following : Austrian Bent Wood FURNITURE.la also1 on view- nt- this ,Kx t tensive mid Oomploto' Furnishing' .'Establishment, viz.:- ' ' ,?}. 11;., ; Austrian Bent Wood P>ofns ? j ; . < Austrian ...

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The Hugundra Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

The Hugundra Ghost. The ghost that' played'havoc with the visitors to Hugimdr^. some, time back has got an unexpected' ally in a rosy-cheoked i damsel of some fifty summers.. A Jindabvne lass named Mnria Hannah had.a loot: at: the .huii 11 ted domicile, and whilst !taking a walk outside at." night; she rencountered,, a , lady acting the ghost, and: recognised the form.; The ghost ..mysteriously. beckoned' Maria; Eat)nalr to re-enter the house; and no sooner! did^she do so, than '? mysterious; raps: .were heard from the ; roof and ,all];parts > of." the house. 'A Welchmau, who slept on the beds which ; is-' credited withahettpower ; of throwing' its occupants ? on pto >\tbe« floor,; took ,:,the/, precaution . of, ^putting-his bund; under: the-muttre'ss, . and , he slopt iimdis-: turbed.i ' .Wef are, afraid ?; some ruiischievons: sprite is . trying® to affright »Mtv Robinson,| | and his family';'-Mandro' Mercury ; ; . « |

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A Snake with two Tails. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

' A' Snake with two Tails: i A natural curiosity, (says, the .Wagpa Ex gross) was discovered, a few days,ago by the sons of. Mr. Jiimes.luglis, of i Lake Albert1, while cutting out some hay from n stack: Asrnall snake/, some eight or tiiue inches long, fell out of the bay, and upon being oxamined proved to b» the happy possessor of two tails. ? The 'snake, which is.eitlier%of the- black or lead-coloured species, was bottled'by Mr.';Iuglis for examination by thecurious. No doubt,:, the second "tail" is duo to fho snake-of the slow-;worm spe cies-having been wounded. A' specimen kind wus to be seen in the Sydney Museum sbiiie''years ago. ' One part of the body,"of of the suake had been, nearly severed, and a new extension - grew.. therefrom,.;r This was the-theory of the then curator,. Mr. Wall, v

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An lmportant Legal Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

Anclmportarit'1 iiogal' Decision. > A question: of" considerable interest; was! decided'(by the "Supreme^Gjoart?oftiViofocia] on Saturday last in ihb'ac'tioii of tlio'Quobn v.i .Willinrason,' v'TLo defondarits'''aro*,exooUto't,s; of the late : Mr;; Oharle3.. Williamson J,: \vlio| died-in ,1875i;/iTliey ,.pai;djduly'lon: -part off the estate^at ;th'e:.time probate wus: granted;* .Shortly before his.kdeath,' haw.e»er;L»Mr.ili(,VKil-t. liaunson hadisold-a-station.vin s Now:; Southj Wales to ?:Mr,".OiyB;'1v Fish'er; receiving:, pay-? . men t'part cash' and vjiart bilIs;.seclirediby.# a? .mortgage.. registered-in Sytlney.:'?/J.'ho^,b 11)sr ..wore^ayableiinvMolbourue^nd'were,ibeldiin! 'Melbourne.' On tta atuount'represented by| Ubesefbillsythev'jexe'outbrs/did'nt^/pay^utyir Jo8^thb/^oon8i,doreH,jriiot:;tU«-propp,r.ty,\ib4infi;(! in- ,ISQw'. South L-Walesj-^Avas > exempt.'iw A1, question' 'lately" arose 'as to "wh'etlier^dutyi '.sboujd'pnot-befpnid^onftb'oHomoa^Sndipthrf. 'aotion/ ^a...

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The Victorian Police Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

' The Victorian-Police .Commission.? Tho progress repott.: of lhe;. Polico Com-! mission has beeikdrawn, up; (says) the Mel bourne Aigus), aud, wo "are^informed that! in this interim report the,buard do not: enter: -into'the conduct.of. tlio pulice'in';. connection1 with the Kelly matter, und that' they i have' confined their remarks to-a few'points whiohi require .. more '. iuimediate, sat tontion. .> In i reference totbe appointmunt of Mr. 'O'Connor.! i flsinaptolor in,command of .the bluck?( racliora,i they state' that theyKhftvo soe'n nothiun hither evidence toVariatit-the action^ ofv; the Chief! Seoretary,or4o' justify ;hi mi or going- outside; tho polioa regulations, in appointing a spociul 'officer.; for'thu' tiorth-ea'Btern''district, i They* recommend thatstlioj force, should;;be.;uiiiJ) foruily'suppli'ed with Martini-Henry carbines! and; that a sufficiuntquatitityof ammunition) should be< allowed' tor' sliooting practice.: They also recommend'the introduction...

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The Evening Times. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

.r t- '- <} - ;The Evening Times. r/.Pairamatta^oan^now , boast 'of ^n'5d(yily| I papor('V,Th0^firat-number tof The Evening, yiHmeSfredoliod^ug;'p'n5?^^dn'08duy.iaftoruo6D,j 'iind a;pbruwl'ofiitsoontpnta'oonviuoedfusjtho't" (th0vproi)ript6r|TnQy^j Ii9tly|hop0; l]xatlmonay^| 'will 'be^mado'-out^'of llliii^v6i]turo,'^whioh', isj af o i5 c e|"p I u o1cy'ra n d f d e a or v i n k o f j a u o n e a s,! a u d ] hopei,th'at"Mr,'FarguaontwilLli l,vo '1 noj

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The Ministerial Crisis in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

r f The Mini,sterial;6risis' in Victoria. | & tol%Y7)m"fr'utn Melbourne),dated^ jWod-j ncsday stiys :-Mr.i'Barry . '.waitod ont his Excellency-'* the , Governor at" 11', o'clookj to-day,7'^nnjd ,' bnh'de,d^.,,iu 1'j ttfe, '.formal ?rosig nation^ofii tUo';i GoVerp m erifc};V >Hi8i;Ex4 ccllonoy sent 'for, Sir Brynn^O'LD^hlen,,ahGj mdver'of tbo want JofHoonGdonceiS/rosblution!; on (\vhit!li the Government, wore defeated/ I)ut/ao^far^ijo^>progr0aa'jia8booii.madej with; .the formation' (of, a ^nW? 'Ministry^ Tho( iHouab^wiirinoet1: to-monw, ? liue it i.lssnot ;at: nil lilcolyrthat any definitojstatumeht'will'be -"rnndo - as /tO; tho .jo'ourae : ^that |)( Sir (Bryan} 'G'Loglilenfintouds'io' adopt ih\v:th\seTekjpn-; of his oolloaguos. / 'ts'l1"'']

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [I'JIO.U GHJIVRIILK'S TIAIJOJUM COMPANY. J SYDNEY. THURSDAY NIGUT. The business in the Assembly to-^ny, so far, is unimportant. Sir Henry Parues, in reply to a qui-S'ioti, stated tlmt the matter of ringbarkiiitf as su improvement would IjG con sidered by tho Govornujpnt; and, if found necessary, steps would be taken to amend j the land law. The first prosecution under tbo compul sory clause of the Education Act took place to-day at tho Central Polico Court, which wns crowded. A cubman named Jackson pleaded guilty to uot sending his son (between 12 and 13 years of ago) to any school. Jackson was fiued in the lowest penalty, namely, 6/- and costs, with the alternative of three days' imprisonment. The second case was that of a tailor named Cloran, for not sending his son as frequently as the Act required to 5t, Frencis's certified denominational school. One of tho witnesses summoned was Dean Sheridan, who did uot appear when culled, and tlio case was ad journed f...

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A Doctor Murdered. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

A Doctor Murdered; On Sunday night, 3rd instant, at Nyamnee Copper Mine, a;doctor named,Giddings was murdered by ft Frenchman, .whose name , is unknown. Ho stabbed the: doctor about the body eight , or nine times, causing his death in about two hours. Tho cause is said to have, been jealously, as far as is known. It is alleged that the Frenchman was found in a house the doctor was in the habit iof frequenting. The latter went to the door and ordered the man out of the house; but ho refused to go out. * Giddings then went in and uttacked the man, who in, it is said/self-defence, stabbed him, thereby causing his death. The-police, have ar rested the Frenchman.

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THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

"... THE. AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LONDON, July 5. ;'i''Tho/?Aii8trnliBn/and','Ne.w;Zciiland';intiH6,' via Briridiei,' Knve'b;den;dGlivei^ . ,1;1 Two Goi.d MBDAM A wnrdod Asieuioan Waltiiam /WATCHES-tho'Piily.iMoclnls Awurded to Exlilbitora /otfiWatVh'e* '.BtSthoifMelbourno .-Intornnlirinnl.'iBx 'hibKion 1880,'J. AllGonnine Waltbatn WatoliuBbayo (bo Trado Mnrk-'VAVulthftm, Msaa."-ongroTod.on 'pl'ata of tho Watob, \ ^ v ( i\ ,

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

Parliamentary. Tlip business ot'tho LrffualflUvo Assembly ] on-Wodnocduy wub confined principally to i :tb«^P»B4ing':oft>tli'.«y 6088iona):.:ord«rs. Tim only, mutter upon which any discussiou urus'J ivas tlie appointment of 'a Chairman o£ Cum miiioos. Mr.'JTarnoll moved'thai Mr. Angus Cameron; bo appointed Chairmun of Com mittees for the present session. . Mr. Terry moved au amendment that the appointment bHifor tho PaHiami)nt,.and,not foivtbe session only. - Upon this a (Hsoussicm arose, in the course of which it. was suggeated that the salary of tbo Chairman of Committees should be raised ?- from .£000 to £800 annually. Evontunlly the.amendment was withdrawn! and the*original motion was agreed to. , ?

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THE LATE ARCHBISHOP POLDING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

THE LATE ARCHBISHOP POLDING. In reference to the above the Ereomaa's Journal, of July 2, publishes the following particulars Over ilie grave of tho'suintly and illustrious' prelato, whose remains were, reverently interred four years ago; amidst universal sorrow in the Petersham cemetery,' thero has boen erected within the past few weeks' a magnificent .monumental tomb,; ' Catholics,throughout' tho wholo of Australia, and particularly those of our own colony, by whom the name of'Dr. Polding must bo for ever held; in" the "most affectionate re membrance, will, we are sure, be gratified to learn that this appropriate testimony of respcot and veneration has been paid to the memory of t,he.; dear old Archbishop, and tlidt,his resting place is thus lovingly hon oured.,' In November, 1870, designs for the tomb were prepared by Mr, Wardoll, the' eminent architect, and Mr. J. Hansen, monu mental . sculptor , of. Sydney,, being the successful .tenderer, the work was entrusted; to him.' Mr. Ha...

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LONDON. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

LONDON. WEDNESDAY. President Garfield has .passed au oaay night, eloeping well and taking* nourishment, Hia phyaiciaus think tho symptoms now ex hibited are favourable to his recovery. The oensus returns give tho population of London at nearly four millions, being an ineroaso of half a million during the .list ten years. Progress continues to be made with the Irish Land Bill. Tho whole of parts 2 and 3 have passed.. Mr. Porstor, Secretary of State for Ireland, haa brought forward au important proposal. Iio proposos that t<;nauta in arrear to tho extent of £30 and less, shall come to an agreement with the landlords for (lio payment of their rent, and that tho Government shall advanoeaa a loan half the amount overduu. .Advices ^rom Oaudaliar report thai serious dissensions are taking place between the officers of the Ameer in chorgo of forces at Candahur and Gireshk, whioli are daily iutruasiug in consequence of tlio reocuupn tiou ol Ai ta by the Turks, dud^ the obstacles r...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

CHAPTER. II.-CONTINUED, ABbtrr an; hour aftsr tboso ovont? occurred^ the policeman of (be nearest village was buttoning his grant coat preparatory to start ing out for the night, when a loud rap came " to the door of the little cottago which was dignified by the nnmo of the station. ? "Must ,be Charley," said tlio policeman to,himself, "though I don't hear his horse's foot." " . ' . But when he opened the door, he wns' astonished by the apparition of a man with dust-covered clothes,-and with a bloody liandkerobief bound round his head,- ? "Hullo! what's this?" said the police man. >" Murder (his is," said (ho man ; " high way robbery and puson-breaking, and anything else you liko.' "I should liko yon to talk sensible," said the policeman, who was of a phlegmatio turu, "You have boon keeping it up, jrou have-or what ?'? : , ? . \ k Then the tinker (old how, as he was proceedings along the road with his barrow, be had boon felledto the earth from behind, by an unseen »hand, > an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

WCMTED AG IULI. NBONT 14 or ]O, to AEBIST ID HOUSE . WORK. Apply to MUS W. PICIBOE, Gold WNITB-ETIEUT. Wanted HOUSEMAID. Apply LO Mns.S. EMANUEL, LANSDNWNE^ { Wanted AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS HOUSEKEEPER to Widower and family of young Children on | A selection about 20 MILOS from Goulburo. Apply (with references) by letter to WILLIAM PRICE. Gullen, Wanted" KNOWN tlmt from £5 tu £1000 may bo obtained on good security. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-st. To Storchccpci'N and Others. rHK UNDERSIGNED will not be RESPON. BIBLE for auy GOODS except .ordered by liim iu WRITING. JAMES BROWNHILL. Goulburn, 7tli July, 1881. GRATUITOUS VACCINATION. DES. GENTLE & MORTON. Government Public Vaccinators, WILL shortly visit Maruian, Tarago, ABuiiKOiiia, Crookwdl, Laggun, TTara'ga, Munimcll, ami Ol'iiKIi in this District, fur thu purpose of VACUtNATIN(x OUILDRUN. DUB NOTICE3 will bo given of TIME and I PL AO in each instance. I Goulburu, SOtli Juno, 1881, 3D3ES. O....

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 8 July 1881

CONDITIONAL 'PURCHASES. t OoamB.-John, Loach, 60 acron, section 21, county Bereslord, parish Ti'sdorryJ: Alfred UyHll, 80 acres, section 21, county Borosford, parish Coolriiifjdon; Esther Stewart, 60 acres, section 21, county Beres ford, imi ishOoolrin^don; William Oosgrove, James Oosgrove, and Alexander Montague (executors of the late John Oosgrove), 240 acres, eoction 21', county ^Boreaford, 'parish Callaghan; Jesse Friond, 100 acres, suction 21, county Borosford, parish. Callnghnn; i Honry John (Sims, 40- acres, se«tion"21, i county Bcresfiivd, parish Bresr,; Yictor Corelli Ryall, 200 sores, section 21, county Wnllaco, parish Wambrook; William Camp i bell Herbert; 100 acres, section 21,' county Wallace, parish Ohippoudalo ; Boos Jones, Oooma, -200 aores, seeliori 13, oounty Wallace, parish. GegOiizerick; Lawrence Joseph - Harnett, Pairiok Jarnos Clifford/ exi'cutors, of lute P. J. J. Clifford, 180 acros, section 21,. county Berosford, parish. Oalla glian ; - Alfred Jurnt-a Hnwlts...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

^PARLIAMENTARY. .THURSDAY.' JULY 8.' In1 tho Legislative ?Assembly,'-,, {. «t M|oieter«J#B6werod. questions? respecting" the eight-hour system on,the permanent w'ay, the .propused establishment of agricultural and model "('arms,' tbo railway ...rates fur agricultural'-, produce, . the tramway from :;Gampbelltown to Camden, the road from 1 Gunning-to?' Quoaubeyau}tbo'? passes: issued to 'mo tubers of -Parliament^'1 the the ohargo'mKde to soaBon ticket-holders:for . tickets,' and-the auryey for a railway between Gundagai and Couttimundra, ,J ..w Sir Henry Parkes stated,' in reply to Dr. Ross; that' tb«» Government wonld consider the introduction, duting.tbe present session, of a bill tn.make vacciuatioii, compulsory ; and in reply to llr. Leyseiv Levin nnd"'Mr.' M'Elhone, ilmt in'relation to tbo claim's and decisions forriugbarkiug fresh legislation would be,; sought for, if-it should be con sidered to be necessary. '? Mr. W." FoiBtar, donied the ..truth of- a statement which; accordi...

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TAAL[?]A. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 9 July 1881

TAEAL J-A. j [lPftOM .A."OOH»EBrO.N»ENT,];: i SEYEHB frosts aro the order of fclio day,' Tlio ground ? is dryingup, and:a little rain, would bca wolcotno, Obfingo,' #9 it would. stimulate Under , pasturugu.. Stock /are: looking'. fairr>coH8ideriug .itiinu .of your and (ho liliorttiem of grans. . . ,. .??? > .ISduaalirxinl,-It is nn apparent fact , that tbo , Minister of ISduoation is deaf to the froquont appeals of- thoOntholios,on . bulialf , of tiioir : school.:..,'i'ho tenching staff is quite inadequate, and-not liliolyjto i be improved. Application to tlio Minii-tor,. for tin assistant hns been- deferred, ;roforrt!dj and. put ; off until: poople say ' in :dospondency, i.l'.Wo:??? need not apply j".onr, soli'mls aro . iloowul.,at the end; ot noxtyonr,:and;iiii tlio. mean timo will only net doled, out to^tboni1 «'. iniaorablo'""existence;"!" Fanoy.jono* teacher to instruct'eighty ^youtig. children.?;!,1',/ t.! v.: Tramway to.'IValgH./- In; looking;:.ovort,.tlio Poiniy Post o...

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