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Bombala Polo Club Gymkhana. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

Bonibalii Polo, Club Gynikliaua. Tnis. took placa on.tho: Kace Coutseon Friday- week in -thor presence -:pf a large attendance. ?? ? including, -visitors-. ' -from; Cooma, Begaand Delegate. ? Tbo follow ing ara tho results of the different events :— ? ? : ..--?( ???; .?,/?;,-;.?? ..-..; GoAiUnTJKa Contest.— Mr, C. G: TVfl dash's a |- Rovol 1 1 Mr. H. S. Kyrio's (Cooma) gmSnovrS. lG.ontrieB.,,,. ? ? ?? . ? ? Tl_'_~ -T*._. T...... . HT_. Ttf' TT7!llm.it**.» (Coonm) ch tu Peggy Prydo 1 1 Mr. L. M. Ed wards', br g Willio 2. , 14 starters. , , , . . . Bekdiho Race.— Mr, Balmain'a (Cooma) r g Bamoy l.(Thls was run in lieats as follows: — First roifoA— Laurio :beat Judy ; Homp boat Lizard; Barnoy beat Una i Kingor boatEovul; Cheater beat Willie. Second ronnd.-^Cheater beat Ringer; Barney, beat Lanrio ; Bomp a, byo. ThUdrQimd.—Ch6stor brat Roihps Bar noy nbyo. Final.— Bornoy beat. Chester and worii ' ?' ?? ? ? .-?? ? ? ?? ' - ' '. Ladies' Bbacelct (threading tho neodloV— Jliss Wadaah'B n.s....

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Sporting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

Sporting Items. For Bronchinl Coitghs tako .'? Woods' Groat Pcppormhit Cure. Is ua. o 0 . ' ? . Tbo Kieran Memorial Fund has now a credit of over £250. ; : o o Californisn sportsmon intend forward inn- three thorouEhbreds to compoto at tho Melboumo Cup and other events. 0 0 . Horsesaro etill being ehippo i to Japan, and a consignment of harness Borts loft Sydney on Tuesday last. Over lfiO nominations were' received for tho gaslight handicap at Bega on Wednesday last. ???..-. o .0 . A eoulling race for old- champions has been arranged. Nine nominations have been received. Sculling ohnmpiuna must bo an numoroiis as Waterloo veterans/ ? ?' 0 '' o :? ' . Plnyinif fbr Lancashire ngainst Leices tershiro, Kermode, Uto of Sidney, took flre wiokols for 21 runs, doing the bat trick. ?' ?? . ? . Ncir Leiisc for Weak Lrniss. Dr. Sholdon's Now DiBOOvery for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption cures Influenza and all Lung trouhlee. For sale by M, Goodman & Co., Delegate.' 0 .0 A wondorf ul fea...

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Bendoc Court of Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, MAY 5th, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

Bcndoc Court - of Petty Sessions. SATURDAY, ,MA.Y 6th, 1000. Bench: Messrs. Clark and Peareo, J'e.P. EvC. H. Roiynski.vi J.Clouoy ;;':-ctq1-t, £7 8b 11 i* ? 'This 'case was further ad journed, owing to- tho continued.- illness oC dofundant, with 8a. costs to complain ant. * ? ?? : .. ??? ??? ????? ??: Ilorra Singh v. H. Koliy ; amount auo on a Pro.' Note, £3' 8s (Id, and goods eold; and delivered,- '£1 2s;'' Defendant- paid £3 fis iuto court as fall satisfaction for tbo oloimi and obtained an adjournment to Juno' 2nd, fopermit of ' hia.'brjn'ging' forwiird a material .witness who was now away. Mr. Mosldy appeared for com plainant. ? ...-.-.?-. Vetiara Singh v. P. Pendergaat ; goods sold arid doiivered, £3 7b. Not defended. Ordor for amount claimed, -; ..-? . .„. Variant Singh v. H. G. Newton y mouey duo upon q Pro. Note, £5. Not defended.' Complainant failed to prove that he had presented tbo ? documont for payment, nnd consequently the cass waa atruek out. :.,.;... ? '?.??:.,.:,: C...

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Exchange Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

Exchange Notes. . 'Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, . for Coughs and Colds, nover fails. Ib 0d. o _' o Pambulo people are endeavoring to have the town brought under the Early Closing Aot. o o Mr. Dnniol Gowing, an old and re spected resident o£ Begn, died last week, aged UU years. o o Mining at Yambulla is stated to be active, and a new reef has been dis eoverod by a m»n named Ohlson, eaid to bo very rich and of a good size. . . o . .0. ? ' Typhoid fever iB.very provalont In Cobar, whore 70 canes are located in the Hospital. The cooler dintriots of Monoro ? very seldom have this ecourgo to battle DgaillBt. o o ? , A Modern Remedy. ? Dr. Sheldon's Now HiBCOvery for Coughs, Colde, and Consumption gets to the root of the troublo and ofteots a per manent onro. : for bale by M. Goodman '& Co., Delegate'. o o ~ A petition, signed by 230 persona, will ' bo presented to the Victorian Premier by Mr. Jas. Cameron, M.L.A.. praying for the; construction ot a breakwater at Mollacoota. 00 Th...

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Bombala Polo Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

Bbmbala Polo Ball. TnK aniiual'ballof the- Bdmbala ;Polo Club' took placoin tho -School oC Arts on' Friday evdnlng. Tho hall waffbeantif ully decorated with oVorgreens,' intorrninglatl with paper ilowors, representing the Club's colors, rod and whito, the stnfie 'being furnished a's oi'd'rawing room.' The decorating was1 carried out :by,a£eBdames Chopin, MoaresyLamb, Misa E, Wildnah nnrl .Mr ? ri:.Tjimln;whn nifln nnfnfl nn M.C The euppur tables' were very tastefully arrangod by Miss Wildash and Miss J. Edwards. Upwards .of GO :conples were proe'ent, and dancing was continued until 2 -a.*; on Saturday. The. music was supplied by, the. Band., .., .. . ? The - following ladles wore amongst thoBo presont :— - i.:. ? Mrs. Edwards (Burnimd), block silk, trim mod cream applinu'o. ' '' ?'-'?? ' Mrs. Cruickshank, blaok. silk, whito.laco bortho; ... :. . .... , ?- ' Mrs. Stone, glace silk underskirt, with Brus sels &oquin not overskirt. Mrt. Honsloigh, black »rid cream. Mrs. Walcott;...

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A Mother's Recommendation. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

A. 33o ther's Kccouiineridation. . . MrwMnry Gray; ..Wanongi; (N;S W.-,.i wrltoa:-^-' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has al-Bplen'did' reputation, ;iu' this.. dis- trict, -ariil' I. know of- many cases' where aouto Croup and' Bronohitis have been! cured: ?? I have beeri:'a:.BufEerBr fromi lironchial Asthma forraany years, and uovur found any treatmeut'thnt would relieve: me, until 'I- commenced taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,: and that completely' oured' me. It line never' failed to cure coughs or cheat oomplaintn among' tho members of ;my : family; I alirays Iieep n bottlu o£, Chninburlain'e Cough Remedyin the house, and would advise all mothers to do liltojdeo.' For Bale by E. Uootb, Delegate.

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Orbost Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

drbdsjt IVptcs. - YFnosr ouri Cohbespondknt),'-- -i i Mr. George Boss, Baddler, has sold his business to Mr. Grose, of Uairnsdalo. ; .i' ; .. ?„?.- ??: .:'?? ,: Jo1' ?'?- ?''??' Aball.'given by .?the ^ batchelors, was: held in the Meohanio'B.Iiiut!tuto.,oa_the Urd inst., end was a Buccemt. uboot, Bixty coaplPB attending. ' In the. absence of Mrs. Pat-linn* who was away at Dunning-, name on a- holiday, tho manic was sup pUed by Mr. I. Perry. . o - . ? ,-. p.. . ... ? Tbo annual harvest thanki-giviDg ser vice was condiiotbd in the local Obnreh of England by, tho Rov. P.':J. Bazelby, On' Sunday morning last. ; Mr. Bdzeloy de livered an address in tKo afternoon for men only. Oh thiu occasion ho had a largo congregation. o o ' At ;the OrboBt Potty. Seasipns on May 7th, tho polioe'Rrocoeded.og'iMii'st William. Grant,an oastody, on.n, ehargo': of .'using: obBoene language. . The n'ecuted pleaded' .guilty, and was.ilned £l,in default thrde; day's impriBonmonti. flno paid. At the' same.: cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 19 May 1906

y*»«T-'ttl*IHU-»liaiia'll.'A'''''l!'ijiiii*'':'i.''Hlfl.'. r; ?'?' V/Hen ? 'you 'hiirt1 yourself-i your, ? ??hani naturally: flics, to' tho place to, fl rub it. That is instinct— Nature x.shlftiug' tho way. . The .'way' ,:, itseltis to rub: with Zim'.B'uk, be cause this is a pure heating balrri,' , free_ from the 'rancid 'a'nitnal * fats,' ' * mineral 'poisons/'and'-'turpentine . ^ fourid'lrr' common; ointments--and- ??^J, , embrocations — also because being ?4i{ ' composed1 ot.:the' refined balsams tf rom certain rare herbs it is easily 'absorbed.'. ,lt is sob'thingi hiallrig, . ' and: antiseptic; 'If- heals' bruises,' f cuts,' burrisi'scalds, sprains, cold-.' . equally by the housewife and the ;athlete for expelling pain. Of all ehmlili ima »f«m ot,I/6 «r. t°*'t°'!i'j'i' -. 3;G fntarlv ftttr timci the quantity); tir dlutt tor tami. ? ' tric'fTZthlzm-BltC«.,PlttSt.,S3dmy . Ovkn £100 was the financial result of. a ball at.Dalgety on Friday week, in aid of the H. 0, Church.

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The Shires Act. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

flic Shires! Act; - ? SypNHY, Friday. — Tlio drat sot o£ ordinances under the Shires Aot provides for travolliug alldwanooti to the Coun cillors; ? ' ^-;;.: . .'';

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Latest Telegraphic News. Remarkable Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Latest Telegraphic News; j . . '. — i — ?? ? ^ — ?-- ? : . ' '''.'. \ . (FllOU OOB Co'ttllKSrONDENIS.}.' Kemarkablc Itaciriii. SibmtY, Friday.— At the Swift's Crbeli iiaccs (Vic.) oyory oyent was won by thd'- ,' lioraoa belonging to tho aaiuo owner, and all wore ridden by Frcil. Ah Sam. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

The Peril of our Time : Ialung disoase. Dr. Sheldon's NeW , Discovery for Cougbs, Colds, and Coa-1' ; sumption ^curea lung Trouble Smalt ',..'.' ':? dbeb; .'- -Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed. For eale by M. Gooamari' -; &:Co.;D'elegate; . ?? ' : ''?? \~ ', ?-?V ^:\':

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

When Baby Burns his Hand. When eiater cuta her Ongof. Whon brother gots a bruise; In short, whon anything happens to tho children which causes them pain, it is mother's delight to comfort and relieve tlie little sufferers. She can always do this when eholiao Dr. Sheldon's Magnotic Liniment in the house. Rubbing a little of it 0 for a soro or wound imriiediately takes away all pain, and vastly h'astena recovery. Keep a bottle in the house always, and you will agree with a thousand other mothers who havo said that they could not keep house without it. For sale by M. Good man & Co., Dologato. ; Wool'.— Winohcombe Carsori and Co. Ltd., report under date Hay 12:— We offored a catalogue o£ 1100 bales, inoliid ing a yery fair selection of go6d useful greasy wools and a number of Queens land and Now South Wales scoured par cels. In the greasy section of our cata logue the highest pfic6 was 12jd. Our top price for scoureds was 23|d paid for a very light conditioned parcel of well sco...

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DELEGATE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

DELEGATE RIFLE CLUB. Namo ?'.- ' 200/da COOyHe Total H.A. Watson 31 20 57 S, Martin ? 27. . 28 65 W. E. Nowton 27 ;:- . 28 55 h. 0. Graham .37 ? ? 20 63 R. IJoatling . .; .25 , 28- C3 II. Forroot 20 - 25 ',51 Jds. Jonoa / 20 '.'. 18 44 ... ...-..' . ?. ' 308 At tho conclueion of tho abovo contest, a C-shot scrati:h match was ehot off at 400 yards, and resultod in a win1 for tho visitors by 4 points, as follows: — DrxnaATr:.— Jag. Jonca 22, II. A. Wat eon 10, A. Forrost 21, S, Martin 11), L. G. Graham 21, li. Reading 17, \V. ti: New ton 15; total 137. . Bonm:n ? C. Hutch! on 23, R. Peareo 20, G. nutchison 17, E. A. GarcUnor 22, E. Allen 10, A. Simpson, 10, F. Whito 21; total 141. . ' .

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Rifle Match. A nu'LE matoh, Dologato against iho Border Club, was shot o£E on tho local rango on Wodnesday last. Tho shooting on each eido was not good, the light boing bad. The match resulted ia a cIobo finish; Uelegdto winning by 12 pointSi At tho conclusion oC tho match, tlio visitors woro oritortained at tlio Royal Hotel by tho members of tho local totim. Subsocjuontly Cupt. Coopir, who occu pied tho chair, road an apology from the proaidont, Mr, A. II. Jeli'roys, who was unablo to bo pro&out. In a- fow romurks, auitablo to tbo occasion, tho Chairman wolcomed the visitors, his romarkn being obly socondod by tho Soerotary, Mr. ll. A. Wataon. ? . . Capt. Ponrno, in responding on bohalf. oE tho viuitorp, hopod to wolcoma tho Delegate toim to IJonang at an early dato, and, in tho courso of further re marks, suggested that tho businoss pooplo of Dologato bo askod to donato a ciip for club competition. A, return match wna arranged for tho eeeond Saturday in July, to tako placo...

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Religious Notices. Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Religious Notices. '?'??? Church of Ensland May 27th— Little Plain, 3 p.m. (Evensong) s Delegate, 7.30p.m. (Evensong). ? ? ? ?'? ' ? ? C. C. Gillett, Sector.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

. Woox;— Messrs. Schute, Boll and Co. report under, data 21th. inat. :— At tho salea held in tb.6 Sydney market to-day a very good sbloction oJ wools was sub mitted. Tho catalogues; however, had to depend principally upon tho Northern Slate for supply. Scoured predominated, n fow.- nnrnoln of DTGasv boiuff on offer.. There was an -excellent attendance of buyers, tbo benoheB . boing .well filled, and strength, was lent to th'e competition by visitors from Melbourne. The mar ket was very firm, and, if anything; was in favor o£ sollora. There wore good clearances effected, Russian and Japan ese orders boing much in evidenco. Tho top price in spoiired was 2Cd for a well got-up fine stapled' Queensland wool. Tho aalea will bo resumed to-morrow, whon larger catalogues will bo submitted. Sinoe our last report we have disposed of several good sized ecourod parcels by privato treaty at 'rates fully, equivalent to to-day's prices. '.-''?- .. ' .

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Catholic Church [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Catholic Church ?Mass -will bo colobrated as follows :— ? .. JunoS— Delegate Elver, 10 a.m.. Juno 9— Dolegato, 10 a.m. -??-.,- ? .. Juno 10— Corrowong, 11a.m. ..-''..', .'' Juno iZ-^-Morainbego, 8.80 pirn.- - ? ' .'???' ... ?: :. - Eev. Pi J, Moohe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

ECZEMA FOR YEARS. A Prompt Cure bj- Zam-Buk. 'I havo suffored for yearn with Emima on mv bands,' says Mis* -Is;'. Walker, c,o Sirs. J. Lano, of 110 Cob den Street, South Melbourne ' Be ing in Eorvico, this complaint handi capped mo greatly. 1. tried all sorts ^ of po-callcd remedies for Eczcniu, Imt nothing I tried seemed to givo mo any roliof. Ou the contrary, the com plaint nppeared aggravated, and was . especially severe as tlio Spring sea sou of tho year opened, when tlio complaint would spread, and cover my hands completely. Seeing ,advortiseil that Znro-fiiib had proved successful in curing bad cases of Eczoma, I pur chased n- pot, and applied tho Balm as directed. Tho results of this tront-' nionfc wero a revelation. After four . or fivo applications tho Eczonia disap peared,' and has not sinco returned. That was fivo months ago, and at tho present timo my hands aro as' Binooth and healthy-looking as one could wish, for Vliioh.' I am. indeed grateful.'' Zam-Buk is a proved eu...

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Presbyterian [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

- -. ' ': ': ''? 'Presbyterian ;?'' ' ? .'.' , I : ''? Jimo 3— Tombong, II ^ -Delegato Kiver, 8 j . ;? i)oiogato,.7.30.:,,:- :.??'??.;?'? ^ ? ??. v ? ??, Juno 17— Delegate, 11 ; Milfli 3. ? ... '?????'?-' ?'?'?-? .-' ?-., ?.':. ebv. j.h. a. atod,b.a.. ?.'.

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Delegate Police Court. THURSDAY, 24th MAY, 1906. (Before F. H. Galbraith, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Thos. Rodwell, A. M. Wright, and A. H. Jeffreys, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 26 May 1906

Delegate Police Court* THURSDAY, 24th MAY, 1906. (Before I'. H. Galbraith, Esq., P.M., ana Messrs. This. Rodwell, A. M. Wright, and A. H. Jeffreys, J's.P.) . tIBNRY Arthur. Watson v. Dems Joseph Baragry; unlawfully assaulting the com plainant on the nth of Mny at Mudie's Hotel. ' . Plea, not guilty. H A. Watson, sworn, deposed: Am hotel keeper, reside at Delegate ; on.thc nth May I attended at Mudie's Hotel on behalf of Mr. T T.T T,,r,fr-rrt (\tt\*f\ WnC filif* TlIT-SOIlt^ . 'for whom I was transacting business with de fendant, who was acting for Mr R. H. Wait (in connexion with a transfer of land from Wait to Ingram). Prior to this I took ex ception to the contract under which the transfer was made, and argument followed on certain points; defendant pressed me to point out anything wrong with the contract. I told him it was not what was contained in the contract, it was the omissions I tool: ex ception to. Throughout the whole of the time the defendant was abusive, insulting ?md bo...

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