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TERRIBLE MASSACRE OF CHINESE IN CHILI. VALPARAISO, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

SlEEIBLMMMslSd^VOFVcniNEBE tion.bad roconity benn'manifested by the nngro population of the* ? jjlaoo against tlio immigration of Chinese. IMiis hns now re sulted in «, siuUlijn attack by -tho negroes upon thu Dhjuese, in which over 1000 of tho Jailor wine massacred.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

LOCAL AND,- GENERAL NEWS. Sudden Death. On yesterday morninp.information,was re ceived by A. M. Botts. Esq., coroner, of the sudden death of a younsrlad named,.William Colemen, who hud resided at Church-Hill, Goulburn, On making inquiries, however, it was found that thofcleceaaed bad been at tended to by, Dr. Davidson for some days previously, and that death was onused by inflammation of the lunus. Dr. Davidson having furnished a certificate, to that effeot, an inquest was dispensed with.!' I t1%

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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REINFORCEMENTS FOR IRELAND. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

REJNF0Hbj3MENT§ POB'IRELAND. \ i^v k^,Vf LONDON.'. Juno 11. iVAoting'upon theftro[)rea0ntatioqsi of the Irish. JSxooutivo, hoavy reinforcements of troopaEave'Wn ordered by-itliB Qovernmon t ?' * - to procsod to the aounty of Oork^and'ther southern distriota oMreland.t'whore disturb anoos continue,'to Tie very frequent." * a,. i...>:

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Goulburn Police' Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

Goulburn Police' Court. On Monday, June ;13ih,' before Mr. jH. H. YOBS, one man, a stranger, plnadod guilty to a,charge of drunkenness, and was (lisobnrKod with a coutioni-A. ' woman oharped with having be<=n drtink and' dis orderly also pleaded guilty, and was let off with a caution.-An application for a slaughtering license [by,' Mr. Davidson^ on behalf of Robert jSberifF, Tito Briars, Norwoodswiis granted.-Mr. Davidson also made an application for a similar license for Samuel Huot, but the application was postponed. ' ; '

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STATEMENTS BY O'DONOVAN ROSSA. NEW YORK, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

ST ATE M ENTS,( IjJ Y ;.0' DON 0 VAN 'Rt)S S A. ' . A TDpresentntiva!ofvthot'New^ Y6rl</''Pr0a8 givesi an.aooouut'of :nn.,intorviey;-^^ioh, he ? StfttOflf -; ^ ^^h^:^QJCo'n0^flnJ«,'JKQB80y1,'£l :wollrknown.l?onian l0ado'rJr'in''wliii'on'alluBion ia made to the osplosion mti tlie; Livorjiool: :To.wn;Hftll-ye8terday:^Thoflrepor1tor ;states that 0'-Dbnovnn.Eo8sa'''denied'lSDyIooinplioity ,on tlio pj>rt of , tho;Fonions withiho ^attempt" ;in;.quostion^wipi 'i^hw)li7io(al]ogPSp11l0y had 'noihing- to' dof-^On^Boinfe questioned'iin re pard- to the explosion on board H.M.S. Doterel,; in April/Jnst,} in the Straits: of Ma Ijollan,,, (Rossa., states ./tbatulie . wns nworo in 'Deoombor luat/ wh'ari 'tliB voasol waa: being put in commis8ion,,'thi)t explosives' had been placed iynbe-hb]d,^nnd''tli'atli,tb this fact was : probftblyiattributable:tbo>;dostrud"tloJn' of the " Doioroi. -. ryJ x:^A>s% - :. /tV/frfaS. yv" »A * k*

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The Lunar Eclipse. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

The Lunar jEclipse!Tn^ The total eolipse of tho moon,' which took pluoe. on. Strati »y night, ,was rognrrlndasoue of the, most interesting sights which have .been. .witnessed for., a ;long| .time. .-£ The weather in Goulbutn was very favourable for the observation shadow, whioh partook of several ehador of< redr; purplo^andieome-? times of slight tingfl's of.'tlio, other five' primary colors. At. the time the moon got fully above thehorizon there wera-, apparen tly nine-tenths of her in' the'shadow, andiit! iWHsia,'considerable, time nftor;before she was totally obscured. The finest nppenranco of the reddish shade was noticeable shortly be fore the moon had entirely* cast olf her mantle which she had worn for a space of about three hours; . . -

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REPRESSIVE MEASURES IN IRELAND. LONDON, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

REPRESSIVE MEASURES IN IRE lif'tlf ?'h,-- . ' vr V-'M-y.U'1 (Jiji t MoNpgw^June. 1 l.;v; -In pursuBtico 1of-tbo"'!"p6lioy dotormined ?upijn,. jby ihe^Gpyernmonf,. tho, Xrislu.'Exeou tivQ; bfmtiuuds'to 'aQlively'repi-estl-.thetagitn ..lion of Jho LBnd . Lookuo. \Pive nieotinga i-wore,to tnlco. pince"to-day, but the auth'oritieH prohibited tbom, find took stops to provout ?'tho"moetitogs being held'JM-'i®.vwjjss ?1'1'L1' !' 1/'villiV/ loud '

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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED A GODLBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

MASS WILL BR ORbRBRA TED " GODLBURN DISTHIOT. ' V -r Jona 16-Thursday; (Holiday of Obligation), Byanur N ' ? ? "? 'r" 1 v. " " 29- Feaat'of Sointa Peter and Paul, ditto, Gurrundab. " 19-Grabben Gullen, Lasgao, Collector, " 2C-Tarnlga, Mnrulan, Boro. July 3-Grabben Gullen, Spring Valley, Brood. - ? nlhane. ? . ' ' 10-TtmilgA, LnpEtin, Mummell. ' OBOOKWELL DISTRIOT. June 16, Thursday (Holiday of Obligation), Lnggan YABS MISSION. Gunning, Sunday, June 19 Tangtnangaroo, Corpus Ohristo (Day of Obligation),. Thursday, Juno 16. . ; - j\

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

SPECIAL AMNglfflCEMENT FOB THIS WEEK. Boys' Suits.......... 4s. lid. 4s. lid. .......... 4s. lid. /., jy >> v1 ff 'J Boys' Trousers .. . 3s. 6d. " . " 3s. 6d. BOYS' HUZZAR SUITS, 4s. llcl. lliwlmOTMllS HAVE THE - Largest and Cheapest Stock - . r i.-. ; ? of ' v. ,, BOYS' MD YOUTHS' CLOTHING xeht " ; : fliOflMfS! . OVERCOATS. WINTER OVERCOATS °T*ScOATS ARE UNRIVALLED '.FOR r °TCovErifcoATs Quriity, Material, and Style. OVERCOATS Fifteen Cases of WINTER OVERCOATS, various i i OVERCOATS Qualities and Prices, opened this Week, OVERCOATS v /comprising: MUNSTERS, ULSTERS, ; OVERCOATS CHESTERFIELDS, &c. OVERCOATS WINTER HOSIERY Gentlemen's Winter Hosiery. : WINTER MEN'S MERINO SHIRTS, from 1M. 3d. HOSIERY AUOTIO SH1KTS and PANTS, 8a. Gd. ttt*T*titri^*t^ * MUN'8 MEltINO PANl'S, from la. lid. WJ-JNlJiii SHKTIiANU MIS It! NO SHIBTS ami PANTS HOSIERY MEN'S MIClilNO HALiniOKE, from ad. , MICN'S LAMBSWOOL HALIMIOSE, from Is. . WINTER1 HOSIERY CARDIGAN JACKETS, from Gs. 9d. ...... C...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

WJEEipGY C ;C)A.iiENX>-AJK. I Day of V'celt, Judo 12 :i3 ' 14 15 1G . 17 18 7 3 7 4 7 4 7 4 '?7:'-;«. 7 5 7 5 4 56 ' 4 56 4 56 4 56 4 SB 4 66 4 56 MOON'S PHASE. Lost Quarter, 19ik Jiirio, 7.23 s.m..

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COMMERCIAL. THE HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

. COMMERCIAL. THE HOMEBUSH SALES. Sydney, Friday. Fat Cattle.--About 2000 cattle wore yarded "for1 the week's supply, 1460 on Monday, and the remainder on Thursday. : The misrket was. a trifle , bettor for prime lots,''and,beat, beef may.be quoted at 13/ per 100' lbs, inferior from 8/- upwards, Messrs. Pitt, Son, and . Badgery sold 80 bullocks (J. Withycombe) at , £4, 6/6,1 67 cows (Newcommen) £2 17/3, 98 cows (P. Badgery) at £2 8/6 j 49 ditto (Eater) at £2 ? 11/7. On Thursday : 29 bullocks (E. Carter) at £5 6/8, 110 ditto (J. Withy combe) at £4,:; 30' ditto ? (Morrioe) i at £3: 17/5, 34 cows ditto Bt £3 12/3, 64 mixed (Bridge) and 30 bullocks (Ennken) ;, also, in Maitland 116 bulloclte, from Wolhallow: Messrs; Sullivan and Simpson report having sold 65; cows at £1.16/9, Messrs. Maiden, "Hill, and'Olark report having sold Fat Cattle: 234. cows for Mr. E. Vickery, Mungyer, at £2 17/6 ';':'ahd 100 bullocks for Mr.; John , Walshj, at ) market rates j, and outside, 105 mixed, for Mr. F....

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THE CORK RIOTS. London, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

^;.^^4THB;5GQRE^I0TSr^' 1,1 Londo^V^UNB^ll. : ? A largo number of persons who? wero nr restod in connection with tlio.reoent, rioting in Oork wero-brought.before/flip^magiatrtea to-day, Fifty of thdWbu'se^d'WBVeVgntonced to. various, terms of imprisonment. >1. ,-j ! '-Mfjifo ri77:(i

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP THE LIVERPOOL TOWN HALl. London, JUNE 10 [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

: ? 1 LATEST.' BY .'C&BLE; (. /M; .t; ,jj:J ; - iff -- . {From the Sydney Herald.) ATTEMPT; TO BLOWVUP THE LiyER. " 1 TOOL TOWN 'HALi;'."1"'"!'" London, JUNE .10 ]\Iuoli^0xpitoinsnt, pooitByiaViaifom^ Hnlljby jme^s^of^dynAmUetor^aotnelipther oxploaivo 'subslancoit: :Th0- fttt0mpt''-proved; ,"kKortivoV-1^att*jW^':diirebil^'<trab^^JireJ!/t!q*:; Pa-; ^innsiwboao'aativity conjinuesJunaKiitfeji; two mbnjf ?vriioproved} to^bo^meriQian'^iriBipmab, 'fiiid' who^^vera lioavilyi > amitd,/ bave.f beoa ftrrested.on suspicion. , ;

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OPENING OF ST. CHARLES' COLLEGE AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

OPENING- 01? ST. OHMiiES' dOLL^B^lBATHURS^; Qs THE .'opening and blessing of St.'Charles' Ecclesiastical Somin'nry, Brttluirst, took place on.jSunday, and;WHS attended -'with'. groat; success: i Thn 'cewnony was performed by' Ai chbishop,JVnuglian, and the other prelates present weie.r^tjie Right Rev. Drl^Laiiigaujj bishop of'Goulburn; theRightRov.Dr.Quinn, bishop of Bathurst; the R«v. Fitzpatriok, of Newtown; Rev.'Pere Joly, of the Murist Brothers, SydneyRoy.J; Gallagher, of: Qoulburti ; , R.!V, O'Dnriovttn, of Mudg'ee Rev^ D'Arcy,^ of; ParkesRev. Kelly,' > pf Orange : Rev. Dr. McAuliffe, of Forbes ; Rev. McGiath,.of Carcoar ,Rov. Dnnne, of Dub bo; Rov.1 Jnmes' Horari,' of Warwick, Queensland; Rov. Kennedy, of Oberon ; and;; several other"reverend,, gentlemen sta-, tionbd" at VB At hurst/ The* ' Archbishopf, accompanied bv Bishop ^L-tnigon, Sir,P. A. Jennings; Mr. V. M. Slattery,'M,L.A.,*Mr;' Thomas ©alton, Dr. Benttis; and other gen-! tlemenjl ^[arrived, from.;; Sydney j/.on, (...

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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

,,, OOQTAMTJNDIIA NEWS.: (FROM OUB COMIKSPONDBNT.) .-PULLING .MATOH.-A trial; of strength joame off near (ho irailwayrstntjoh;. here ? on Saturday for £5 n-side, between two good horses--Mr. . Howe's chestnut draught stallion, C years, and Mr. Mark Hillior'a bay gelding; aged, It was to tost which horse could move a heavy loose loic the furthest at ttirne' : pulls (attempts). .;,, The; monoy. was landed easily by the gelding, though both horses pulled very staunch. The entiro moved the. log . about two. inches.each attempt, and hung on very gamely, but Mr. Hillier's gelding moved it a foot'ench time a yard altogether.: It took three teamster's horses in full work to move the log baok to its place/. i. . ' i" Wedding.-A marriage whioh oausod much interest in our community took place, on r Sunday ..last-, at, St. Oulumba's. Catholic .Church,'- between" Mr. J.jMitrtin and;.' Miss Marbella Hirigerty. Tlio cliuroh' was .fairly filled by the bride and bridegroom's friends nnd relations to...

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"DUBS!" [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

« DUBS !"f . - -BY Fizoia, LITTLE marbles!rlittjo 'marbles!..bow thoy roll 1 In) about tbo street,v:; , . ' s . *, (»,» As ,boy» slioot them on tbo pavement down amongst " tho people's feet j . And,tbo puoplo bh they're passing sometimes on J -'the marbles troad, When tbo rudest of the boys cries out, " I'd like to p,punch yoiir hB.ad/.'t-: Tlieri'yoii'thi'nk'ibatflittlo marbles, and tbo boys that shnot them. too, Aro a most confouudod nuinanoo, and I (binlc the name a< yon ! .For T was tramping Auburn-street, with thoughts of i, f vision's bright,,> I A*. <1 . j rjj When I accidentally lot my foot upon a marble ,-;.jv (lifiht,, And imy'iindbrstandings, slipping off that littlo rounded stono. Let me on my nnBal organ, and did strip it to tbo ? bone.1 " v ? t< Whoii, -with noin endanger minglod, I got to my '. fcet'acain.-: ' s Tboso little ragged rascals jumped with joy to soo 'i l' ? my. pain. i.> . ' .< - «r Nov? this didn't calm m...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.' TirE^ollowing'Elections wero ialren up . a ' thoHindermentionodiland offices on Thursday last, , , . ,, '1JIGOOMA'i-Tlioma3-GIarI:o,i00.aorG9,t Nel son; John Soaars, 40 aorosjrtlinnrnongio; - James Jurdin«, 196 noroa, Bono; Tho Oom tnorcial Banking Company- of Sydnoy, 80 oores/'MBfifra'pOhorlBsFroilofioIr ;Pryoo,..-.40. 'a'ofe8;fCooirfl]antra; John Montiifjue," jlOacres, i Montague ;V Barnard Rourko,88 acres; EucumbeneJamnSj' MoMan'us, t120 nores, Euoumbeno,; Hur'Ii.Gifford .Pryco,, 84 ncrao, I Wulwyo ; John Thomas Genro({hiy,'40 ncros, | Adftminnbyj||''..Margaret Gn'rrbghty,40, norob, [ Adaminnby ;H:Gm»'go.''(Blyton,' -100' - noree., 'Gordon ; Jaraos Powor, 1 GO acres, Murrurn ^bu^a:^ Alfr^EMdi^60^ncreB,5^oJum|afi :'^.1 exniti a oEi; M.onf d^i j20;^ores;fMAntaguejr Burino"WA;T-Oommoroi n 1 B a n lr, 40STaores, ^GunninBham^G.flr Wilson, 80 a(irq9f;Alton,;: ;*W^Ed m on'ds,"; ': l 20' <?' nores, : dim sera'STi Howarth,i40:; aoros, Numby ;; J. Oass, 1...

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Quite Amusing! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

Quite Amusing! One > day this week an amusing' .epi sode occurred at a cortftin.v railway^ camp not a hundred miles from Narandera. Frotn the few facts we have been able to gather,'the { cause,${ thp<tiiracas is; to. < be:,'at-* ^ributfed'ita the; fo 1Jo\yi 11 R-yittlo anqidont|jMS Prom some causeor" another a Wrtaih. in dividual had to come from Wngga to Narcin dorn,' and for which journey be charged tlie modest sum of forty pounds, which, owing* to, the exigencies of',tlie-casp,1heje.\vas justly entitled I'to. s But,";(!a'tr'ange kto jsay^ri.tjiis' amount had been paid by nnother person,; and, in the adjustment of this little ibillj.a: dispute ocourren. vHowevor, tbltHakViolldng story short, the forty pounds were duly paid, andin the natural course of events,thisamount had to , be what isr known as docked ' !? from; another man's (we;wdre' almost .'writing professional) salary. When this " docking " took place, high words aroso between a cer tain adept at ...

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Collection for a Charitable Purpose. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

Collection for a Charitable Purpose. . .Iiast; January a stonemason' riamodf Jopios Spiers, wnp;. Ks.d.- beeafor sometime-woWrin'g at Ciueanbeynn, cfima to Goulburn'/and was admitted to.-.the hospital in order to be treated for ophthalmia., , vThe onse-was at once pronounoed by DriiOflrrbll.to.be almost' hopeless, but nil that could bo done for the poor sufferer's rolief, was done-unfortu nately Without being,-of; material ? benofit .to> ihel:trian'8 ,Bipht.;| S|3ier8,has V[wifo;and: eight children in' New .'Zealand,' and aetlong' as he was able to earn^iionoy, he constantly remitted,it to them ; he.ytf8',:thorBfpre;iwith-" out any money when admitted to ; the 'hos pital^ and as he would be obliged to leave soonj>,aridpnaturally/deSir0d | to ' get back; to' hisl; family,<jtL>wi»s' ui'ndeiMaken , by' Mrs; 1 Adams, of the hospital, assisted by Mrs; Steer and. Mr. He^arty, to collect as much as' would; enable the poor -man tor return to jhis friends; and they wei'o'...

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NEW MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 June 1881

NEW MAGISTRATES. ! His Exoellenoy the Governor, with the nd vice of the Executive CJounoil, has been pleased to appoint the, undermentioned gen tlemen1 'to bo. magistrates of , the oniony, namely':*-Ot'nmgB :Adaniai,. Albiiry; J/iraes Alcorn,EastKangaloon; Eilrrinnd John Allen, Young; Andrew Delfossia Bxdgiiry, Sutton Forest j iGhirlea Darby Bardwell, Oherne, Adi'long' John Thomas Burober, Forest Ludpe, ArRyle; ThomaB Oolls, Yass ; Laurence Joseph Diirgan,; Binalong; Wil liam . Davi.es, Goiilburn;; [James Joseph Dnvereux, The Springs, near Cooma 5 Solo mon Emanuel, Landsowne, Goulhum ; Wil liam Samuel FoxaH, Gojilburn;; John I'lnnds, Oooma; ' John ' Ouianin^ham' Sendorspn, Roslyn, near Lai^gan; William Howiirlh, Grnnfell ; William Jardino, Curry Fliit, nenxvVNimitybelle; vAustin W. Laughnan, Huntliawang, near Hillslon ; Robert Blosso Lynch, Turaut'; J:Austin "Mack, Temora j Robert John Oogbill Maddrall, Brnidwood ; .Jnmes Mitchell, Tablo Top Slation, uenr Albury-;- 'Christopher Payn...

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