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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

«$&¥$$? /Of legate -fltgus-'^k 11 ';; / * '- and/ V * *'?? * -' .'--^ ?: - , - ^BOKDEB POST.'; ' -^ '? PUBLISHED AT DELEGATE EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, and Circulating in Delegate, GnAioin, Bombala, Coriiowong, Tombong, Dbleqate River, WoLLONDinDr, Bendoc and Bonang (Vic.) PILOWKIGHT- 'A1B:. DAWSON, PROPRIETORS. - -' '.I- V THE- POLICY IS PURELY DEMOCRATIC.'' ? - ' I \ / , ' THE ABGH7S . / ~{\;/ Will be thoroughly Representative of the District — Clean, Newsy' and InteraBting. ' './.?-,- ~ Terms of Subscription : 4i PER QUARTER IN ADVANCE. ' .— ' ,V ' V 5si ,, if BOOKED. -, -/,-'J .- -- 7a 6d per IIALF-YEAK IN ADVANCE. -'. '' *' *T'' . ?- »-.-'» 103 » if BOOKED. . ' J ' ! PO3TED TO VICTORIA SIXPENCE PER QUARTER EXTRA. ' REMITTANCES IN POSTAL NOTE Oil P.O. ORDER. ' , ' Rates of Advertising : ( SINGLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS, FIRST INCH,. THREE SHILLINGS; ~EACH SUCCEEDING INCH, TWO SHILLINGS. DOUBLE COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS^ - FIRST INCH, FIVE SHILLINGS ; EACH ADDITIONAL INCH, THRE...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

^ii^M^^;^-;:\ Mr. W. F.orroster'8 -^d fovorib Rosary foaled a ool^ foal to tJarbine oh Ootober ?^¥^--^^''^-!'''-^: : Thoso Bpoecly mares Lady Lovol and Lady Marion, ha,ve each livJppod a colt .-, foal to Matador. , lur. l'ranu nntcnens tea^, ,t?i jinguau cricUetera now totiring; America won their, first match .against a Now York eleven .by eight wickets. ' . ' ' At a rccont meeting of tho Adolong Jocliey Club ifc was decided to hold a two days' race- meeting on January 1 and 2, 189G. The prize list aniounta to'£108. The New York Yacht Club hoo accepted the ohallongo of Mr. Roso for a rnca for the Amoriea's ne:ifc year.. Mr. Rose is. having a yacht .specially- built for tho contest at Southnrnpton. ? ?' A glove content in England between Dan Creadon, of. Melbourne, and Frank Craig, the .colored pugilist- known 'as the '? Coffee Cooler,' endcu in n draw, Cree-' don being' declared the winner 011 points, after 20 rounds. ? ' . According to an American exchange, Charlea 'Whittalter, of ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

.;:.^;|K)^g^iteB4s.^:, A ininer .'last. lyfPffy PtiearthedCa Coz nugget on the Toolong diggings. - :.??-.'.....:'. ? ;.'?? -:.f;;-?9 vBW»r-5';V' ;»?'*'-'-???. !.^:.'',, '.'???? j ; '.-. Mining afe I^eftpn.ifl ibeing.pushedfor ward. Stone - tak«n rf fcm; ^Sande'r ; and party's /claim- 1b edtiiikteS '^5o',gp Wjii 8oz to I06z'lto ?ttte^toi.v^ffierj'cjaimaare doing' gotad. v^prk. ','?.,.. [? »v'-;. ; ,-.??; ? ' ' A report' from the Toolong digginga, Uppor Murray, state's that all the snow has melted, and- miners- are beginning to arrive inslarge numbersi It ioexpected that'bofore Christmas'thefo will bo tiboiit 400 mon on tho;field. ' ' !' . ' The ? Brolron-hill ' Proprietary Silver mining Cump&ny paid over itu 100th dividen-i laafc' vree'.-, amounting- io £90,000. Tnis taako'a a total o£ £0,880, 000 distributed in dividends and bonuses, apart from the nominal value of the tact quired sharto in off-ohooto- amolintiny to .£1,744,000.-. ?? .\. : : ?'??''[ An . encouraging- account...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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GREAT BRITAIN AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

GREAT BRITAIN AND , CHIN* A. From China it io reported that the recent ultimatum of the Uritiah Admiral led to tho ordering of the imm.-di.-itt p^ecution of oif ht poroono concerned m the macbacro of mioaionuriog nt Ku ohoury. It hao also been dnterminod that in future the local aufhortieo and the loroi n consulo mny dir ot thee^ecu'ion of peroons implicated m the mur er of Europeans v itiLout roferonce bping hrst made to tbo Vicerov.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREENLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

GREEN' VND. Lif-utetiant Penry, tho Arctic pxplorer, who hap ]uot returned from an explor ation -orporlition,. decloros that Green land iu an iulund.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY, HARES, AND BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

POULTRY, HARES, AND BUTTER, i ' Tno onnignmont of the Quoenslaiid Meat E-cpornnf Comp mj s poultry by ihn etoampr Bntenl lr » arnvod in otcol lont condition, nnd is pnid to bn pquil to r-c°nt arrivnlfi of Victorian poultry. Owing to tuo UfoLi of tho hirdo rmvinxr boon wrunr instead of cut, tbo poultry pro iont u bettor appaaranoo than the Victorian, but the paoLing it inferior. Tho New Zoalrnd ni^io - h? tho otea raor Rm^atiri hive been sold at fcom 3s to 3d Od onch. Tho ohipmout of Auotr-.lian butter by the R Al.S 0r» nt hao rrrivod in fair condition. A small purtiou was found ou arrival to bo heated ut l, temperature of about COdeg.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE RINGAROOMA CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

' THE RINGAR0OMA CASE; ?''?- The.AdmijHlty haa printed'a p^n^iba ' t-- Mr T, T L a, lato Burg»o» otHMS Ru gfiro ima, who wua tried by conrt mar ml in Svdn y, and diarnisued from ttio ocrviO4 f jrinouborunntion in or-l«r- msj Captain S. A. Johnoon, his superior olBcor, on the hick list.

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 — 23 October 1895

? v — ', 'Ur?^| In all Departments the BEST are maintained, Ajl prioea boW all othfeW '' 1 lit i{ vV/%$ Wi aro prepared at all tfimes to give the most advantageous terms, but boSib p T^*1* \' j/fj to induce CASH dealing, we are offering as under for CASH . — V, ' ^/ ,»N\ *i jS COYS 1C BESr SNOWDEOP SUG Ut, ppr 701b Bair, 15a. \ '' ' ^''VV ^ 1 COYS No. 3 BRIGHT YELLOW &UGAJR, per 70lb Ba_% 14i. ' * *» 4iY/m$I The WYGGA LILY ROLLER TLOUR, acknowledged to be the beat! la tner S' f^l market, 10d 9d p r 100. - ) i '' ' i ) ft* 1^| -VLLSOPPS SILVER SPRAY FLOUR, 10a 9d p«r 100, ' ^4^--/l Y QU1RTER CHESr SPLENDID NEW SEASONS TEV and 18lba SNOW-^ , jJ?UvSs DROP SUGAR tor 12b. ^ v ,K » i, & AiroTvcOofc, Gd par Ib BiLmp Powder, la 3d pprlb Millet Brooms, lOd each Bluo, 9d per lb Corn Floui, 4^d per lb Cofrco, lo 2d per Id Currant', 4M per lb Cundlo Cotton, coirse and fino, Is 6d per 3 b Snowflako Kerooene, 150 test, 15? per oaco Mustaid, 9d ppr lb Daictmtid Milk, 7M per tin Oat...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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MR. COPELAND TAKES HIS SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

MR. COPELAND TAKFS HIS SEAT. A few minutes affcei^iS o'clock on . f« Thursday night, the Piiblic Service Bill ,^ haying been got out of committee, the Speaker resumed the chair, and at once r-ported to the Houpe that Mr. Henry - '. Copeland had' been elected as tho repre sentative of Phillip Division. Mr. Cope- '^ land was loudly cheered by membera on both sides of the House aa ho was led to »— *? v^uw.»ul .u vuu.^1 J Alii.. JLJ^AJtJ ifcUU' i\J_l M'Lnaighlin. The Premier and Mr, '. Brunker, who were the only Ministers sitting on the front Ministerial bench warmly shook hands with him. After having taken the oath, Mr. Copelnnd. as if forgetful of present r-o itical conditions sat down on tho Ministenal side of the Chamber, and was, of com sp, applauded in a jocular fashion. A moment later, however, with a pleasant nod to Gov ornmp'nt supporters, ho cropped the floor and took his place besido Mr. Lyne.nnd later on ho joined with the leader of the Opposition in protentina1 against the ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Cable Items. THE IRISH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

' Cable Items.' ;. ?? THE IR'Sil QUESTION. Mr. Gprald Balfour, Chief Secretary tor Ir«l(md, npoukinrf at a political demonstration at L eds on Thuro lav ing t fluid t- at the Irioh numbers nn-i t-eoplo woro tired of agitation. H^ b^hovod that, without abandoning their demand for Homo Rule, thoj worp ikety to co-operate iu. «ocuring social and other reforms in Irplund.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

„ ^ ? . ? . ? ? €daeral News. Tirr. Penalty ron ATTEMPrnD Suicide. — At the Bendigo Police Court on Thnrti day laat, a young woman, Isabella Watts, who aitompted to cut lur thruut theft mo .'.'ajraini-t her was brought upfor BentMiico. Mr. Jutitico Iiolroyd suid that the law regarded wuicido in tho same light aa '.nuder, and as an attempted murder, ?? t ho penalty for her act was death. The only course open to hini was to formally paes centenco of death, and leave it to the Executive to grant a free l^ardon. Subsequently, on perusing authorities, hio Honor said ho thought he could let the girl out on sureties to como up for ecntenco when called upon. ,.? A Mad Chinaman. — A Chinese named Tick Lum ran ' nmock' at Bdndigo ou Wednesday, last, and badly injured a. countryman named Ten Hum. with a chopper. On tho 'following day Lum was ?' very violent in gaol, and after osrinulfciDg an attendant, he way placed, in ii strait jacket. Tlie injtired man is pi-'ogreadiug favourably. .-' ..'??...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICA AND FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

AMERICA AND TREETR^DE Mr W. E Gladstone, in a ' message'* to tho Amoricrn pooplo on tho pubjeot of thoir commercial futuro, . eayo that when the United States adopt a policy of froptrado they will become* .the greatPft commercial powor of tho world, with GO per cont. of the world's oarry Jng trade.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGGESTED IRISH CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 23 October 1895

SUGGESTED IRISH CONVICTION. Archbia op Walsh, in a lettir to Mi. E Blake, M.P. . for South Longford, DUjrgostB that a convontion should ? bo hold at Dublin representative of th« Irish ppoplo both at homo and abroad, and that stspra ohould bo tak a at this convontion io stamp out tho dissom-ioti which at precient oxioto in the Irioh partv end to dolino tho pohoy oil tho p rty in tho future Mr. BL k« approves of the Aroh biohop'o aufprootion

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

UvuLiia Mail*. Maim for tho United Kingdom per tho Otiont and P. and 0. C'o'h Btcamers axe despatched from Sydnny to London direct overy Monday.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

Mail Tjmc Table. Tjtfre following'is the mail time tuble ab- \ served at the local office : — Mails leavo Delegate every Monday, Thursday and Siturday at 2 p.m. fof Craigie, Nicholson's and Bombala, reuch ing Litter placo at 7 p.m. Leave Bombala 'at 5 a.m. on Sundayai WidneHdays and Fiiiuys, arri\ing at Dolegato, via Nicholson's and Oiaigio at 10.30 a.m. Leave Delegate evciy Sunday, Wed nesday and Fiiday for C- rruwong at 11 a.m., arriving at. 1.80 p.m. Leavo G'urrowong at 10 a.m. on Mon days, ThuindcAo and Satuida3'-j, arriving at Delogato at 1 p.m. Loavo Delogato overy Sunday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. for Tombong, arriving at Delegate on return every Wednesday nnd Sunday at 7 p.m. Leavo Dolcote at 11.30 ».m. on Sun dny and 0.30 ii.iu. on Thurtda,), reaching Bendoc (Vic.) 2 p.m. on Sunday and. 1 p.m. on Thursday, Uouang (Vic.) at 1.30 p.m. on Sunday ami t p.m. on Thursday, and Orboat (Vic.) nt 0 p.m. on Monday and 0.30 p.m. on Friday. Leavo Orbost. \ia fionnng and Bendoc, on Sundayi...

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Pithy Points. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

Pithy Points. ''A. ohild of the sea. — A harbor buoy. Thero ia said to be a man in New York who i8 Rd ^*t\t that a child was recontly killod by hio ohadow falling on it. The man 'who got tho last word in di&puting with c. woman, has auvertibed to whiatle for a vifger ngaiuot a loco motivo. A lover may imagino hiinsoK dis carded when ho gguu another narao oh / the wedding caid--. Hio natural exola mation will be, ' What'o amitn.' An American editor cays that ho onco partook of a boverngo oj jttong that ho did not know -whether it van biaudy or a torchlight proceobion going down hio throat. The aveiago ago o£ a hog ic fifteen yoara. This alv.t-yb coucoloj uo when wo seo a man opreadinjjhim'ulf oat over four Lcata in «.' railway compaitmont. An Iriuhmm hr\ing been told that bread had' fullen, exclaimed, 'This is tho iirst time I over rejoiced afc the fall of my beat friend.' ' No man cm do rnything against hio will,' '.Hid Cj iuftt-pbj-iciini. -? Faith,' Baid Pat, ' I had ..'. ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

Mining Items. * Fivo tons of stono from Duffy's claim. Big Hill, Bateni'in'u Bay district, gave 12ozri.. and two tons of utouo from Brit ton'o claim yielded 3',-oze. -'X . A crushing' from the Xow .viiura claim, Mount Elliot, in tho Alhury dintrict, of 24 tons, yielded 140oz. of freehold. Two or throe good crushings arc reported from Cuuiborooma. Criap and party put through five tons for 17ozs., and tho prospectors have 20 town awaiting crush ing, %7hich ahould yield 2oZm to the ton. Good reports are received of mining on the Shonlliavon. ' Holland hnd Company are said to have struck gold on the sur face of u hill. 'it. Wa-hud Away, poiug ac fmm 4dwt to oilwr per load. Morris and partj% ' in the same neighborhood, are on' ; g'6d otui'f. Every claim in Walsh's Gully in on gold, und others ara said to bo doing very well. The inking i from 8ft to 12ft, and there is about a foot of wash dirt. Some of the miners from the Jingora Held report that llobortiion and Donnelly, the prospectors ...

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 — 30 October 1895

Items of Sport. Dr. Liddiard, of Sydney, won Carnage in tho St. Albans L ttery, Tom P-iyten has a groat idea of Ches termuu'a' chance in the Cup. Tho proposed Corbett-Fi'zflimmonu fight in Amuriea has been declared oix. A Bheffiold handicap of £80 will bo run at Bombala on New Year's Day. Ruonalf io to do a season at the Cool angntta stud. T.lie last forfeit for the Melbourne Cup was duo yi-sturday. The ract'horbo Qu htion fell whilst being schoolod over a hurdle at Fleming ton last weak aud bro,.o itsnuci-. / Tho London 'Daily Telegraph ''? nhil ling aubt'cription to Di\ W. G. Grace, tho cricketer, closod y/ith £5000, or 100,000 shillings. At tho A.J.C. laces on Saturday White foot won tho Hurdles, Morit-ca the Sap ling Stakes, and Juvenile the Welter Handicap. Plaj ing for South S.\ drey against Eant Sydney last week Sid. Grngory mado a sccre of 253 runs, when he was caught off Turner's bowling. Dr. Graco. in acknowledging the. Lon don ' Daily Telegraph' tostimonial, aayo ho is ov...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Local Intelligence. CROWN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

]L©caI Intelligence. CROWN LAND SALE. A sack ot Crown lan-- b will be hold at the Court-houpi1, Bombala, oa 'Wednes- day, 13th November.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARRIOTT'S NEW FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 30 October 1895

MAERIOTT'S NEW FIND. Ox Monday, we were Bhown by Mr. Booth Oozm. of retorted ;?old, tho result of a crushing of one ton of f.tone, obtained from tho Victory rpef — Marriott's new find. This reef in on ? the same line as the Young Australia, the property of Goodman and party.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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