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

Curious Breach of Phoiiige. — At Man cheoter Asoizoo, Mr. Justice Kennedy heard a breach of; I'romi-o- action iu which both, plaintiff and defendant woro about --ixty years of «-re. Plainti . wna MisB Jane Ashton, novraagest,, o2 Efollinv/ood, and the defendant Sanauol Scholeo, far mer, ol! tho azme nG^^liboi'hocd. Plaintiff otated that dofondent T7C3 tho only lover ohe had had \7hora, oho carod for. The promica \7ao not denied, and the jury uvrardod plaintiii! £,15 damageu. Tho Invoatmont policies dovised by tho Mutual Lifo Inaur^nco- Company ol! Now York to coramodorato £to jubiloo year (1893) havo bo-como ostraordinarily populnr. UndorthocaingoDibuo contracto this Company not only reudero inuurdncs prot-ootion and makco a profitable return, bnt it undortakeo tho bueincco of trualea ohip, and gticranteoo on annual income to the bonoficiary namod in tho policy long after tho inoured lifo has terminated. Thoy yield cccurity against tho reveraoR of fortune pouaiblo by no othor means....

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

SOCIAL AT TOMBONG. Rarely has it been our privilege to attend such a pleasant and enjoyable little gathering as that which assembled at the residence of Mr. J. Ingram, senr., Tom- bong, on Saturday night last. Mr. Ingram haB long enjoyed the reputation of being one of the most hospitable hosts on Monaro, and we can now assert from personal knowledge that the distinction has not been unmerited. The evening's enjoyment took the form of a friendly reunion, and Mrs. and the Misses Ingram left nothing undone which could add to the pleasure of the guests assembled. Refreshments of a choice character were liberally provided, and dancing was very freely indulged in. About 25 couples were in attendance, at the invitation of the genial host and hostess, one and all appearing to right heartily enjoy them- selves—in fact, they could not do other- wise in such pleasant and sociable company.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining at the Bemm [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Mining at (fee Bewm 1 The 'Showy River Mail'o' epcoial re- : porter writes :— The track to Club Terrace, Bomm Riv^r, bJwi been ' considerably im proved aince my last visit to the field, and the return journey to Orbost was aecompliahed bjr oar oarty of three'in niriehbura.ailowinBp f rest of an hour and' ? half atBitJton'if hotel, Murrungo irar.' ? ' Mr.' John Oooke; the road contrao ton'haa''well'eaTO'6d 'the. £2C recently allowed fo*th6' work by the Minns Dep^uftmant floma of Uxe worst parts o^tha road hav* been avoided by the cutting of tracks, the one around Mt. Billy being: quite Ik boon to travellers ?The** axa now abWtl^O minera on the flalfl, inoatly 'hopeful of auccess, but a number of 'pxoapeotonr have' como and gone,' since' the diacO very of the reef a, whowere totally unequipped and un prepared to give the locality a fair trial. ?Thiaiano new phase in gold mining. Proapectora ahould be prepared, in going to new fields, snob, aa the Bomm, to give the place' at least thrc...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Conditional Purchaser. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

*'? *? ;'- '''tlif 't^iAf iibml : Pmhdtai**?w. ? . ^^^^^ V^ . . ' '. '. A »i^A*iby o* meinberac| *he ; Aaatta ..?'. Wy waited on ike aUaiaterfo* Land* on !Thttreday liat/xW **? P.^*8, Af . «8*»g \ ???.'?;. ^tlie ttBoe^^v^tfl^«^«^?*to?«l?o:? .? .?????',:?? ??;? tb»'Who:-*V«;ln«i41k«ttt» Ap^/1 The '? ? l ; .?':.?.?? v :dq«&liaa -JebvikM- of ' Hoaera, ? B»ye», -;.??? .- Gormly, Baaaall, KeUy^Sullivan1, ;;-Car-- 'v'r - ? ;? ?W';ioa?2ftid^ tfUlla, 'AffleckyF. ? :?/??/ Cl«ke, Prior, WWdeU^dW«tMo;M*.P; ?:, ' . ' ?' ?' ? ??:--? ? ''?l&*Qmift pi&niiiWtfo % Wyere ???.:. .-?. ' :~ drodghtin eome dlatri^g^t heat fol '?; '? ^'^^^;!;:?V^?bf^V?w^^?V?'%^^'?rI^!? ware in ? ? , ? ?;,»-.? .'-.-;?'? «o*e.' -0tttrt&«nAmun nras do » reaooa : ' l»~ ???? '*: 'ibl© iracran^ofoonoeBBion for ihoae who , ''?- : *»**' **U«» ' behind in their paymenta. 7 ? ?/'.'? .'?' '-. '::Wh'atwaW Wanted nwwaa'tfotV abort :? ??'???' ^ measure^ fehould. be .drafted '';andveejit - v . , ; 'i ?. t...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

[?] i 1 ' A' Thc concert held on Tnursday night lant, ..',)' in aid of repairs to the Presbyterian Church, was, without doubt, ono of the most successful, financially and other wise, ever hold in Del- g-'to. the Assem bly Hall being litorillj packed The result must h've been very giatifying to the promoters, and especially -=.o to the energetic secretn-j, Mv W & Kabbj, wlio for soverul week \ pieviono worked hko a Trojnn to bring the conceit to a succCBtm usue, rna it 1: pleasing to ? - f note that it eclipsed tho i~-oit sanguine | *?/ ' expectations The cmjing tluou^h o£ ( ^ the concert wpb ontunt^c' to Mr Booth, 1 ' - ' and his able gentralshn in matters of ^ i^ f ' this connection is a bufnnoit gmrinteo ^{/s that all particulars hpd bp n rttondedto ? \^\ p Tho Ilav. Hi Michio acted in *-ho capa- ( ^' city of chairman, and Mr D Pnnlnu and ' J'1' , D. Campboll, eldeis of tho church, were ; *V\u provided with 1 fat on tho platform. 'v. ,^A-' ^ T,ho tit'ge wis decorated ^'ith...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cricket. BOMBALA v. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

v ,.;.;? Cricket. BOMB ALA v. DELEGATE. A match, Bombala v. Delegate District, waa'playeii ontho local wicket on Satur day. Delegate were first to go to the wiclxots, Armstrong and Connor opening the batting. These, two men formed v strong combination, and the parfcnorjhip waa not dissolved until 61 runs had boon o'utecribad. The total of the inning- was 114, of wh'ch W. E. Connor contributed 38, W. Armstrong 28, W. Pink and S. Connor 11 each. M'Garrinal was moot Guccoaoful with the ball, and hio inclu sion proved a tower of otrongth to the visiting team, five wickets falling to hio credit for the small cost of 14 runo. Hydo and Bouzoville oecured threi end two wickets respectively. The result of Bombala's innings wns 91 runa, Hyde 21, Chapman 17,Joni. Ii, and MerrinVld 11, being tho princijjal scorersi , For. I and Pink did the lion's shore of the bowling, and were successful in capturing four and three wickets re spectively for an average of 10 runs cch S. Connor was put on at; th...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chinese New Year. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

€liiue*e New Yea^. ,-; ! - ' -? (J3Y K.'ScHLKltfSTLO CI.KUGHDYWT.) .1 - ' ' * *? 7 ? * ' .r ? ' (Contiuuetll) ' ' Tins going out of the ^Chinks ia called a ' t' ?' procession,' , but somehow wo cannot bring our minds to accept this word as u pjilirablo. Certainly, according to the root, tbo application appoarn to bo correct, the root moaning being 'tho ret o£ sotting forth,' but tho ordinary accoptction of the term Id, a train of persons in a formal murch. .-The .march csemed to bo not formal by any means, each, of the partici pants trotting in where ho could find en opening, perhaps under the influence of the sentiment, ' the devil tafco tbo hind most.' At any. rate, precisely the same ?order waa not; ohsorx-cd h ~Cbo cocond ^ 'march,' the mein poHt o£ ''-o tiooping along ceoming io bo to 1 c^p f^o b .nner in front. Perhaps we hco hen wedded to tho dictionny, the 'emit fl'ui lj ing ?with ouraolvcD. Ao ihoy -7e_'o ofi and away boforo wo hat1 t'm- to thiu'i, per haps 'charge' n-ould ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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The Retriever and the Rats. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

The Retrieve? &ui the Mats. ?.. _ Ik the Spectator Mr. Maurice B. Adams ' relates the following story of a 'retriever ^ f dog belonging to the housekeeper - of a well-knoWn newspaper ofiife in the v Strand : — '? tiiits aro constantly '?aught on the premises, and tho dog1, -fully aware of i \ i s their habits, evinces such ability that his , intelligence is quite -worthy of record. { ; , Last Sunday ho was heard barking ''?''' , loudly, calling for assistance-, in the com ' ' ' ^ *? positor's room, where there is a rat hole ; u in the floor. Tho dog had watched two J , * * finoi ra,ts coming up through thoir hole, j ',' ' ', ' ' and immediately they were f airlv away f\\ ?? * v\ from their point of entry he rushed up ? » and sat on the hole to cut off thoir means , v r of retreat, barking forthwith for help. \' - Nothing could induce him -to budge till a -2 ' lward was biought and placed over the ?*J ' hole, when he started in pursuit, and /- lv soon dispatched the intruders...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

DISTRICT COURT. M. a Emonuol v. Albert Toms, goocK sold. ^9 19s 10d. Vordiot foi amount ami cortj. Spinov.CcorcaToaj, goods sold, £a 1 ia. \ erd'oi, foj amount and costs. A. C. Keid v. Je-omiah Yelds, balance nL1?, PV' £1°. °a 7J* Verdict f« f)i pmoui.t cu^ ono vunctfa o^cpenseq. -\ ia^hc-Jlr0^1! aPPearet} for Plaintiffs j/' *! M. G. Emainol v. A. Bellchambew * goodo told, £15 12. 70, Verdict £ U amoond p u] wo c , 1 * snZ VV«*^ ? J°huRon' ffoods »^ '\ hll Oa. Vei^ab for amount and coata 1 Mr. Panton c ,bnc 7 for thn „,„...„ r?l1 * «~ U 'py '' Waium Keed ^ work done, J. , Os ; verdict for amount in««l«u,au. U' '-l'iain certain G. rioui oa v. L. K3an, claim for;fono appo^nco „: dofondrnt. a° U-- / C.lTo.iicoj.Bwoin.ntated: Was « ^ S3°f; ^' ?'£ £ dfa' gravel ; %«' V i^^ In did ^' 7yJV°'k^° 1 a,.p his vow' ; t ,r.do G^' ,Le did not oC money o^,ing mo, who £,,« 1 UDfc acl.arCoof making ., fPlLO',ai'eatodo' lion ot _v- an ? 'iiorma,- Sonior-constablo Stutohburvmn, 1 „ am-' a- 1 dd-u io^ ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Mail Time Table. The following ia thevinail time table ob served at the local office : — Mails leave Delegate every Monday, Thursday and Suturday at 2 p.m. for Craigio, Nicholson's and Bombala, roach ing latter place all 7 p.m. Leave B-mbnla at G a.m. on SundayB, Wednesdays- and Fridays, arriving at [Delegate, via Nicholson's and Craigie at 10.30 a.m. Leave Delegate every Sunday, Wed nesday and Friday for Corrowong at 11 o.m., arriving at l.«J0 p.m. Luivo Currowing nt 10 am. on Mon days, Thursdays and Saturdays, arn\ing at Delegato at 1 p.m. Leave Delogntt1 every Sunday and Wednesday at 1.1- a.m. for Tombonc, , asriviiij; rt l-olo ate on return overy 1 Wednesday and buiiduj at 7 pm. Leaie Dole^uto-at 11. JO a.m. on Su.. day and 9.30 «.nu ou Thuisfla^ , leaching ' Bendoo (Vic ) 2 p.m. on Sunday and 1 ] p.m. on Thur-dayr Bonnng (Vic.) at 4.30 j p.m. opt Sunday and 4 p.m. on Thursday, and Orbost (Vic.) at G p.ni. on Monday and 0.30 p.m.. on Friday. Leavo. Orbost,. via Bonang arid Bendo...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Bombala Quarter Sessions TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd. BEFORE HIS HONOR FITZHARDINGE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

IS«:nl)aIa 'fymvk'y ^^ssions '1UESDAY, M.UKJI 3id. Iii iorr his Honor Judo, 1'it/shakuinoiv Legal g«ntlemqn present : Air. J. Ann stro-g, Ciown Pro-coutor p Mos^rs. F 13. Mackenzie and W. E. Panton, Sohcuois, liombula. Jvmis E'jOT~n V71' cbnr^od \ritli stoaliiig one mrro !h» propr-fcj of Jamen McL'o-, at Littlu Plain, and was ro-nuudcd uc tail of £120 to next ^^ tioin. A lad n-'aed Edwin Stodd6it pleaded Guilty to '?'I'ving o*olcn ?? 'i r a fn-ra & rarr pamo3 Fmti a* Riob i*uke, and oollJng'--c,tn:o. Tho C.c -n Tlo ccutor . c'. d that ho laifjh!' l.j Liou^bt uncluj.* the Fu ' OfTen dor's Act, ao his guardiun 1 \^ie ^/illing to ta!:o him back p ?»£-»?*, pnei rha prosacu toi did not r/ioh to p^eso tho caaj against him. L.'itlt.nca tt to Gtoddart'i character having Lsar titl en. His Hono/ '-'?nten^od 'lii^ to fouf nonthi h-rd labo-in Bota biln Gaol, rcr^urliing tmt ho r,_o afraid to rolea-o htn under ..he Fii£.t Cii.ondersr Act, aa ho would therpLy bo doinc him a wrong sinca^io...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

English Mails. Mails for tho United Kingdom per the Oiietit and P. and 0. Co's steamers are despatched f mm Sydney to London direct every Monday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Smo'ccrg who onto ny tho new Yankee Lect lo 1. Lo 2u bofj.o chy othoi.— Advx.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Laws Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Laws Eelating t© KeuspaperSr 1. If aubacribers order the discontinu ance of . their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them till urreara are paid. 2. If subscribers refuso or neglect to take periodicals iroin tli« post office or ' other plate to ^7hit?h they are directed, ' 1 they are bold rem onsible until thoj have / settled their bills and ordered the periodi cals to bo discontinued. v ^ 8. If subscribers uove to other locdli and their papcro aio sont to Jheic former ' ff direction, the subscribers are responsible. , *v ?J 4. Tho courts have decided that 're- ' V1 m fusing to tako periodicals from tho office- *£b~ '1 or removing or leaving them uncalleti f4^''^ m- i for, is prima facie evidence of inteutiyna* \m fraud.' M 6. _ if subacribers pay in advance for - M» a periodical, they aro bound to give no-i $\- tice to the publishers at tho end «t tbe-' ^ | ^ time that they do not wish to continue- - j|l *' taking it, otherwise the publisher it-- 0 '||i-. authorised t...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Delegate Police Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. (Before the P.M., and Messrs. R. Liddle, D. Rankin, D. Campbell, and Thos. Rodwell, Js.P.)SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Relegate F©Iace Corapi, ,. ^.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28.' ^Before the P.M., and Messrs. R. Lid'dlo, ( D.~Rankin,D. 'Campbell, and Thoa. Rodvaell, Js.P.) * , r,. , 8HEBP STBAMNO. DanielReidy was charged with Btealing two eheep, the property of John and Arthur Frederick Jeffries, tho owners of Delegate station. Mr. Mackenzie for the prosecution. Michaol Keating deposed^. I am a con stable of police, stationed at DelepEta: iu Company with Senior-constable Stafch bury I have been watching the Delcpcte station paddocko ; know accused ; about 6 o'olock on Saturday evening, 22nd inBt, saw him going through Delegpt', he .waa on horseback, and had a do% v.ith him; Sanior-con'stablo Stutchbu-T \,uy with me at the time; wo watched cho direction accused went, and lolloped him into what ia'Jcnown an the atiitioa more paddock, from where we watched lii.Ti ; we secreted ourselves behind a log ; ji 3t before dark ,we heard a mob of t'aeop oominor down along the fonce ; v/e were atill hiding behind tho log...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

IP©Silal m&tes. \j ' 1 - Tns public aie now afforded the oppor- f .' tunity of tiansmitting small sums ot { money through the PQSt within the \ colony, and to Queensland, Victoiia, \ %\ South Australia, und Tasmania, by means i of Postal Notes f Postal Notes of the following valuob // may bo obtained at any Monoy Order ' f /'' ' Office in the colony on payment of the V « ( poundago specified in connection there- AV Yalue Poundage Value P'd'go / /f 8 d - d ad d |f i « X 5 0 2 fi 1 7 6 2 M-y ? ° 1 . 10 0 8 W 0 1 15 0 3 W ' 40 1 20 0 4 *fffl\ ; New South Wales Noteq when paid ia ' W the- other colonies named, and thoeo oJ & * such colonies when paid in New South Mi ^ Wales^will be subject to a chai-ge pqual m1 to the poundage pajablo ior Notes ol Mm1 - similar value sn the paying colony. TOR ^ao.ns ma7 remit odd ponce up to 5-l «| by affixing unoblitorated postage sta np^ vm to the face of tho Postal Notes, and dIk- JHS value of the stamps afiKed theieto wall ^ffef be p...

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SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. A Pxcps in connection with fcho Preaby teri&n'rSabbath School came off oh Thurs day, lasfe on a Vacant block cf laud ad joining &f- Church grounds. Tho ovout , * ful'd&y -was«loar and warm throughoub 'and. in-tfcB Afternoon theia was a /^ooj . attoriaencsfOf feoth ixdults and j oungoLu. , Tho childrea indulged in various imulo ments until Juii^h timo, \/hon the/ ilocked to!-fc!i3 C^aich to parWco or tho i good things prcvJ^ . foi them ov thou parents and-ot 3v '~.u ^u of tko cown and idiatrict. Am'-., ^ ^_OoO ^ho dovot^d , their energies is ^ tf -jUing Lho chil dren hcpp3, . w ^ x. ? I-aiUoy, Idra. ^ 'Gommons, £!-„ To7^^. .t ^ t/uo Iviii:35 v Bartlc7, JIkj'.! ' u, - ^^ Campoell, ^ -and IIobsiw. D, ?-- ^ipo 1. / _n!nn, vy. t% Porkr, ±S. 7. Ziel^j. '?ho usual V * ' ^ * ' 1 11 ? * *? ' ' picnic games were in evidence, and dttr? ing the afternoon tojrs were raced for»by^ the children, -i Prior to dispersing inrthe' evening, Mr. Campbell pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

TE$ TWO 1 ' GENUINE ARTICLES: i CLEMENTS TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS, 1 IMITATED ! BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. CLEMENTS TONIC ia 'a scientific chemical food and restores 'the tissue ?wasted by tko vocations of every day life, is a prompt and eafo romedj- for ueural gla, nervousness, weakness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigeB tion. FLETCHER'S PILLS euro heartburn, 1 backache, headache, liver torpidity, dys pepsia, and all complaints of the atomach and bowels. ThCoO two remedies have been thor oughly te&ted in all the hot countries of ' tho world. They aro sold at a prico within tho reach of ulL people. Evidence is forwarded free on 'receipt of name arid address that ?nill satisfy tho most scepti cal as to their virtues. They are sold e\erywhere, but caro must 'bo taken that tho genuine are obtained or $io money and lime are wasted and tho disease so much tho nioro serious.. .'. fSTOCKTptNG:Sai€-!^ STOckilTAKlNd SAIiEI All Goods to b6 ol^i^d at Ldwe's$ Pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

rH)-;-;fe-.\ :':'.:*}»-??--;:? Vr' '? -«ri8HE8 tonbUfyhli ;;:-vJ']; ?:''?:; '.'fl^lJPlL ? »V many Cnotomero, ';f;v'^'''''''^S6)fnr\-' ««d the Gene»al Public ? - r'-. ^;'-;; ,': .-' :'\ . ?'? ^Syc^M- that ho hns purohapod a ??^:/-:'i'-X'/.'.-\''jf^fr© largootock oflRONMON '?;: ??:?--'? '?? ..mmSkIkI^ GERY, comprininpf— -Picks, '? -;?';: -1/ .'? ' '; ', '''??' j£M ^^E^kSP Doublo end Single Mat V^v':'' '^IpO^llfjp, tooko.Hoca. Axes. Plough ;'':'' - ??''??'?? WSsEf^ W?&3 wlioela ^ SLi»ro3, Mould ?-';;'' '???'. ?? ?''^XtSsSU-i-' Boardo end Solo Plates, ? ?. ? . Wajfgon and Baggy Bosca, Bujjgy Poles and -' ' ! .' 8haftt. complete with raountingo, and is now , ? :,v': prepared to execute ALL ORDERS entmsted - -'-'.'?' ?'?'.? to hla-,oare on tho SnoaTssr Notici. ; ., . .' AUl5BP*»8TO VkHIOUSA 8PXCIAUTT. '???'??'?. .-??'. -Jm 'trial will obhvince you that ? ' / : :,iajiU bauiiohM of the Trade. ??'?;',V ?-:..;;? ,'?;-?? -;;;^il8TASLISHBD 1879- ' '',.?/?. ?^-f.'1 ' ; ?.,*.*?? ','?'--?*...

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Absent-Minded Indeed. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 5 March 1896

Ahsani^llndinl Indeed. , A Scottisu farmer, who was a little absent-minded, was one day going into - Perth with a load of hay. He led the hbrso out of the stable, but instead of ?? backing it x -to the fchatts of the waggon, ' ho absent-mindedly led tho animal along the road, and never as much as looked .behind 'him till ho had walked into the yard, leading the horse, where the hay ' i was to.tH) ttenvorea. ? ? - K; , C ' - '' Where will I back it into ? ' ho cried f^1 to th* stableman standing by. yy ' Back in what?' asked the man. (K ' The-iay, you etapid idiot.' V*^ 'What hay ? Ye've no hay, yo daft :,$(, ? 'Turning round,- to his constomati n *»S ' the Afarmet for the first time appre , |l - ' hended die foot that be had left i j j~ ' the waggon _ al Some and -brought ||* ~ ito1 norao alone. In hia hnny to lepare 1 1 3 lib error heatart«d off at a trot, and was I ^ . half-WAy back to his own tarm he tore ho W ^ „ realise^l thp foot that ho had loft his , || ' htrio behind.

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