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FOOTBALL. GOULBURN VERSUS BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

FOOTBALL. GOTTLBURN VE11BUS BALLTAIN, . THE above match was looked, forward, to with muoh intorest, and on Saturday aftor uoon last Brooks's paddock was well patronised by persons who were anxious to witnoBS fhflt wliioh was gouerally spoken of us' the match or the season., The weather at the oommeuoemeut of the initoli was , all that oouldbe desired, but about .four o'clock a heavy mist caino on, whioh lasted for some time. The visiting toairiVha've been recog i niso'd as one of tha loading clubs in tho metropolis, and ithoir play < in a match against 'the Wallaroos-the orack club of Sydnoy-was highly spoken of by metro politan journals. Tlio Goulburn Olub, which has beon, victorious in ovary match this seaBon, was represented by a. very strong team.in consoquenoe of .the reputation ;borne by the Balmainitos. . Of course the visiting team had not ull their .best players with them, and a rumour was prevalent on the ' ground that five second-class men filled their places, ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Old Age and Royalty. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

Old Age and Koyalty. Tlio 1 Gcolonp Advertiser Yelates. that among' the curious in n group of spectator* at the Railway station on Wednesday morning, when the Princes arrived, nnd were on the outwardside of the barricade which railed off people from too close quatera with blood-royal, was a decently attired old woman. =Sho was very anxious to obtain a sight of the Princes as they paraded (he platform, and' her pressure in the crowd, with an extensive umbrella,' in duced some of the bystanders to make room, and, clasping- her eyes to the railing,1 the old lady burst into* tears, and ejaculated, 4 God bless the little gents I I remember ?well seeing George the Fourth 1' and then she subsided.

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Vaccination. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

? Vaccination. ? There is ti .good^deal nf force (the Brisbane 11Courier remarks) in: the '.warning convoyed by-thoiwritor/of the:letter,in another.column* signod " subscriber.'.' i" The mere ' operation 'of jvaccination is so4 simplelthat it may bo' performed by auy one, and unthinking people !!niay.'fuucy iitisaf'o toV-trust to the first man !whoi.profosses his ability ! to i perform .it: ;In reality, howoTor,: a pernon desiring to obtain ; this benefit should. be,as,careful in seleotingi the. operator as if he * required the: mostsur gical operation., j If,, prop'orly'iperformed : by a skilled practitioner, wUo» exeroisos proper i car'e, thore is no morn dangeiV'ini submitting to ! the operation of vaooinajion than;; in: taking a^'ridd'by an1:fan.omnibus; But 'per formed by an iguorant'or oa'rtfless maa va<>. oinalion may- b'e nonrly'.os'dangorous tosth'o .patient as the disease against which.it isi'a safeguard. Nearly all? thVevils: which^ha;vef arisen.inJthe.wbrlu...

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The Leader of the Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

The Leader of the 0pposition. ; Those; who study . matters are muoli.exercisod just. now-.as ? to, who.ia, the leader of the' Opposition, or whether any ,such functionary exists.' Tho doba*e: on 'Vthe address in reply" on Tuesday was led off1 by'Mr. O'Connor ufter a pause whioli su$ ft'astod that'Jae only, volunteered , to.prevent matters ('.oing by default. Mr. Buchanan is like^Hal o' theWynd, bis illus^rioup country man,, a u'd always "iifylita for biaown liiind.','. >He could uo more ltAid'tlian ho could Tie lud, and Mr.-Farnoil se^ms* to affect la solitary position,\vitli'a: trace of kindliness to his op ponents, which ronders him,roallyo.ies^ag-. R'ressivo than the coroner. - Mr. Fitzpatriclc! definitely resigned tlmleaduiship of:ihe Op position. lust session, and lust iiight spoke bf iiimself as having'boen only, a' "quasi leader" at thut time. ,Then , there: is Mr. Forsler; whom everyone espested to: take^tha'-lpad definitely;when tho HoiVs^ 'mbti '1 He rdicl last nighf se...

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Mr. Melville's Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

:Mr. Melville's Purchase. VVo ffco) unequal to the tns)t-n«y, moro tlian that; we bcliove that the poet Laureate, lnmsiilf, could not do justice: in describing iho truly n«tioo«l event which wo are obi<ut, to chronicle. Wo could attempt to convey ttiu glorious news to ynu, gentle readers, in nn epic poem, only our own special muss has boon drinking too muob of the oow AniorUim. Hop': Bitters, and is therefore not' to ba trusted just now on such a mornon tou« theme. [We sincerely wish tliht their bands had re lievod.ua of tliis solemn duty ; but ns they have not, wo will now plunge boldly forward. Bo it; known then to the many billions of persons wlio pay for nnd read this paper, that Niniao Melville, (lie groat, the glorious, the historical Nininn has actually bought a hnt, Tftfl! ft real, new, bl»ck-stov«-pipo hat. Gloria in Jixcelsis.-Campbeltown Herald,,

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Amu[?]ing Census Return. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

Amu3ingf! Census Return. ?*!] |j^^He^o:.is!'8hI»ndonsotell8U8...r6^lrn;w^it^en',by;.: I ftn eDthU8in8tj who fRrumblu'd' at' that ," bep I gnrlyibit of pnper-^laft.fotvhim,>upon wliioh | ho triad to ;fumiih'-;#fataooon'ntJofahis .fainily?1 I in lottois/half-aii-inch' square. !.Ho was'not i abla (l o' got - to'itho^ondi-'of ;? bis^ atstemen'tvibe-' l OQUSSi lho pnporsgflv.oioutrbit^stil^ 'fts.x/ar.-oa; it goos, it. b.HS:a:oortaiu biogrflpliiiHl'inlbroafc.,' It rati'ihui Taylor, marriodjfagGilr i fifty-twuj'oightoon-;of. noxt jIVbruary/'beiug!1 I! bom in tbof:j'GarVl829)~Frono]i;:!p61iaherjby, trndej nnd knowa something >abont the job bing oarpentDringiiand'oan turn bis^bandfitoj ^ookiq^hoMO'vmakirigj^Worlcbdiforv'smany.' yenr's at Mx%GurtftinTro'ad, Shoreditoh,; wboioanucertifyiajrtorob^raoter^on ripVicnlr lioni \ .Aya8ibprn":«>Hara;iind-Hound8 oourt.,. ithis |8ldV-'of rthowHarG^andrHounds.'. publidr. -'houROl-vLittle:^Willip'm-8(reoky,Mar7:''.Taylori'i ^marned/'femalei'Bnd.T...

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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

. The Weather. On Saturday afternoon it commenced oj rain sligluly in Goiilburn,,and since then we have had a few light intermittontshowers ; but no rain worth speaking of has yet fallen, though the .sky .looks cloudy aud threatening. It was very cold yesterduy.

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The Mastodon Minstrels [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

The Mastodon Minstrels ; j Open at the Goullmrn Mechanics' Tnsti i tute to-nifthti oud as they come here with n first-class "reputation, tbe'y are sure-though the times are rather dull just now-to havo a^ood house, which according to all accounts they well deserte. The company are on on overland trip to Melbourne, and "will play in Goulburn for three nights.

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

JJ JA CHAI'TER IV. V. ;, T ) The denizens of 'iWmame Court attach the word "Temple" to s their, addresses, and are thereby sometimes enabled to' inouloato in the unwary air unfounded' belief in their respectability. But, truth to toll, Tretnaine Oourt, has no claim to .attach, itself to any onft./jitth^inne-ofrcotirt,'1 ;t: . ; . > ' . It is a mangy, shabby little place ; a diity defile between the tall, brick ' backs of op posite bouses ; an!(ob8tructbd lano, which, tbyjlie uniriitiated'is supposed, to.bo ahlind. alley, but wj^ohrthueor,.acquainted with its mysteries know'-to have a thoroughfare load ing round by the blacky barn-lilco 'printing office a o its extreme e'od, past some .posts,' dopnjippie.st^ps,-?; and ..so into a fetid und ovil-sinolliug'street. loading, to. the rivor. In one ot the^dirtie'stand dingiost houses of Tremaiu^Oourtj whern all. the;housesfar8 dirty ^it)({y;- lives' Mr/'Pontweazld; ' A smeared ;afld'?raoky/inscription.ou-the'door jamb intimates that he ...

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Strange Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

Strange Suicide. A shocking suicide was committed at 1 Newcastle on Wednesday evoning by- a young naan named Thomas. Downie, tobac conist,' in Huntor-street; and son" of the proprietor of the Ship Inn, Newcastle. Deceased shot himself with a revolver at his residence, Bailwuy-street. . He had; been to the Maitland raoes all day, roturning.. by. the half-past 6 train, apparently in good spirits., lie- got out at Hamilton .station and wont homo. His. /'athor not jsooing him at bnsiness called at his residence,' and shortly afterwards a report was heard, aud his lather goiug to the. closoc iu tho back yard, found his son iwoltering in' his: blood. Mr. Page and Dr. John Harris were: sent i for, but the caso was hopeless. Deceased had pluced tho revolver to his mouth,:;and the bullet .had lodged in his head;-'VA:ftor lingering nearly, three houra, he expired,at half-past lOi'; Hejwas much respected, and had only boon married 18 months, and at present no . reason can,bo assigned for the r...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

I'OFFARWMI IH.-CONTINUED. Frawx accompanied his friends down stairs, and wben' they reached' the door, found ihu crowd greater than over, and (ho ejiiire stioet ii^^Sfciinotton.i Themari had been seen lurking in the outskirts of tbo town, but re OflfMiieipg'tUp^bo was observed,ihad started 4tt%ga1ri, ^aricM was-*l&st<-in Hbfe" darkoWs. They must havd'.him BOOD', however; they could nof(£ail;?for be was wounded^ and dond beat,fjapd j preopje/were ;,pfteri hiin/ in lovery dire'olion.' fi hV-ii'''. ^a^lc%8ob^tlep. reload ..to bis ropm , anfl^'l'eaiiin'g' his bands' op the, table, which jjrftp cohered with the fragments of tbo dessert, sat idly playing with a knife which lay be fore him, and tbinUjng over all the discussion whjob bad ju'st-tfiicetrplace ' ' "I frightened those two,!' said he to liim §9f#rl'Hitbi aliliaif laugh.'j ." I was a fool to have eonfesod to thorn my notion of (iqinpin fm'/arcojip,,!or^lofcing all, Their, straight ladJd*-&Liady--§olr)g ...

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The Ministerial Crisis in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

The Ministerial Crisis ill Victoria.; A telegram from Mollx>u.rao on Friday states that, contrary to nil expectation, Sir iBry«n O'Loghlen is succeeding in forming n ?new . Miniiitry, which it is probublo will oon ieist of .Mossrs. Grant, Graves, Bolton,-Bent, and Gaunsun,: with Sir* Bryan,;'himself us lAttomoy-Goneral, Aoling-Traasurer, end Premier. ? . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

Prime Beef & Mutton. Cootainundm WIiolcNtilc and ' * Ketaal KrBtcIieriMg' . JBslnMSH Jbisien*. ?' . J. DIJHIGG .:... BEGS to announce tu ihu iiiliubitouts of,O"ota uiu'iidrti and district that lie h«a OPKNED TUP. A BO VIC K ST A B LISIJ M K N TI n tely It up thy Mr. J, Noble. and hope* fur u' continuance-<>f- the patronage hitherto accorded to this luug-estublished shop. tja!" Customers may rely upon meeting with civility. olf^Mrt 1 ineta, unci despatch ; and as Mh. DUHIQfi kills nothing hut tlio Pi^niiCHtUx (and Sheep, UliOAN . ?? i DEFY COMPETITION. '< .**>- A * ?' ":'V .' i i ! i N.B.-Hides, arid* Sliirih purchased for Oaui J bi(jhebt price (tivoii. - , COOTAMDNDEA " DIBPESS1E 7. I B.- Y. GHILCOTT, . I ; (Late J. 0. Ilenly), y/,. i Family &' ©isjecis.yiiig Chemist. | HORSE & CATTLE .. MEDICINES, PERFUMERY : & TOILET REQUISITES. COUNTRY . Okdjjus thomi'tly . ATTENDED . TO. i L-'". . ! TEETH- OAllKlfULLY EXTRACT (3D. .Gold...

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V A L E R I E A Y L M E R,. BOOK VI. CHAPTER II.—THE RIGHT OF REPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 11 July 1881

V ALE It IE AYIilEB, t ? Br TUB AoTHoii op Moit'rok HOUSE, : .BOOK VI. ^ CtfAPTBR II.-TUB . 1IIGHT W? liEPARATION. !So ,tliey): Beitled'itj.. while.Gasion* saw-ibe resporiBibiliiy ofrdecisiou quite taken .from; ihiraf and Nfctia'sa t byinsp (j ech less i nd i g n a (tion.-V-Beforoeiiher of. them hud time, to ',framo his protest , in words, Valerie turned 'to Mr. Darcy... - '' | "Papa lias consented," she said; "and. ;ho bade me ask you to come to liim.'i He jWcm.ts) to .cousult-ypu, about, onr route." I Your beat 'route," "'Said Churley, "is from Marseilles to Cadiz, and thence to Havana. I take it for grained you are only Roinp:tojOubft;"i {??-" /:.j: i. ? ?????> .. j '''We are only going lo Cuba, if you moot lis there with Mauirce," slid' sfiid. ; I think you may probably see us in Mexico." j " And then I expect .papa will >go back to Louisiana," she said, with aJsigli. " Tou pan 'go with Grnstoiij if you want to,, Charley, Papu'wiirbe glad"to see you, and you can iffor your...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

| OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS; [RIIOLT GREYILMS'S TELBGIAIL COMPANY.J SYDNEY. MONUAY NIGHT. ANOTHER dase ? of smill-pox has been dis 1 covered to-day. Tlie' sufferer is a Mrs. I Bonnnr who reside* with her five children in n' .brick house irL Harris-street, Ultimo. Mr, Buiipor ? died a. few months since. Lodgers also resided in the house, but none hove been (here lor the past * few weoks. Tbo medical officer reports that Mrs. Bonner is only suffering from a slight attack. The place has been isolated; and arrangements have been made for the patients' removal,to quarantine, _ ;. All the.oooupants of the infoctod house in Mnoquarie-street, with the exception of the sufferor Hodnkin6on, have been allowed to remain in-the house'there being doubts as to whether or not tliere was sufficient room for, them at North Head. There is .no important; news from the quarantine ground whore all appears to be going on woll. No froah cases reported. Thoro are now twelve; houses in the city and suburbs guard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

; jdsEPii!s; . v : jGiiOLOFlDySTRY, Under tho'onru oflhu Sistors of Mercy, Gonltmrn. Bi'flY.-ii'l ?(.!)'I;V; ? "n - *? . ' TEIUMS- £C ft .Qdnrtoiy itvAdvnnco ; Entranao Voo, £2; no Extras. THE Pupils of thin School nttcnd tlio Nuns' Dny. Boboulf), nnd dn tho Housultoi>piiip in nll ita dvpai tinunto, nnd houco called n School of Industry. '"Applldalion'lo'bo innilo to-? .li.v ji /]'! A. . 1 'Tlio SuporlorcRB, r . . Convont of Moroy, r-irri fm >--??' 1 .ty"!')"T mrnu & DiYis, f - I ? Wholesale Produce Merchants, jSIiOANE-STRBET,QOULBUUN, } ARE ... 0,'A S H ' B IT Y E.R S^O J£,v, May,' ''Coi'ii. Vfents, >PoYntoes, v ^cSee^Ciip^cmi, '?is,---.j Mliles, .^|ieoftsfcInjSj'^; :; AndXEVERY^OTi-IER^ '?'1 ? ' j l,PI{OpUpE, in..nuyi qunutltj>i - *.''. <> t' The^BRy|H IQH-iss^O AS OE .G IV E Nt for ^ P?: JPOTATQISS^^ :<?$*« :.*ii r ryi mm " Waited ACOMPETENT GROOM-ane who thoroughly understands his.duties. Apply TlIOMAb S FAMILY HOTEL. i Wanted AIIOUSE...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

Tq-y.-. :-. " ? ??? . -? LATEST BY CABLE. {From the Sydney Herald,") , . , LONDON, July 9 AoooriDiNCt to the Staudard, the Eight Hon; W. E. Baxter ia to succeed the Eight Hon. M. E. Grant-Duff as 'Under-Secretary for tho Colonies. , . .. , . ; r Tho annual cricket rnaioh between Har row. School and Eton College was won by Harrow.with 112 runs to spare. , > The lafo Earl of Beacbnsfield's personal estate has been proved uudor £77,000. Mr. Bradluugli has intimated Ilia intention of presenting hiihself in the House of Com mons on tho 3rd of, August, when lie wil[ .renew his 'demand to bo allowed to take the usual Parliamentary oath. . . . . ' ' Eight' Socialists liavo .boon arrested in Vienna. . ' . Eiots liavo occurred amongst the 'wharf labourers at Montreal. . Firearms woro^sod. The disturbances were eventually suppressed by the polico. ':..i,;V Quarrels among the labourer's. are imped-; ing the works in conneoiiou with tho Panama Canal. Many of the workmen are also suffering fro...

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. ' "Brief, then; anil wbnt'i tlio news '."-Kins John. Crowded out-mooting at Gurrundah. A grass widow,is anything; but green. Sir Bryan O'Loghlon lias formed an ad ministration. . The funeral of the Into Lieutenant-colonel Wilson was largely attended. Mr. Clarendon Stuart, the scourge of " Dissenters," used to bo a mining surveyor at Gympie, Queensland. A mnn named Fiancis Culliton, a dray proprietor, was killed on the Oxford-E.treet tnim on Saturday night. The capital of tlio Wagga Slaughtering and Freezing Company has boon fixed at £20,000 in shares of £2 each. The intercolonial football match, played in Syduey on Saturday last, roiulted in a win for Melbourne, who obtained a number of goals to nil. The Biiltnainites consider the team they encountored ou Saturday last is fit to tuke tho " starch" out of any metropolitan club. Complimentary ! A bequest of £1000 to the Sydney Uni versity, by the. late Mr. Jnmei) Aitken, of Busby Parlt, Grafton, to found a scholarship,...

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LAND COURT OF INQUIRY. GOULBURN, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

] .rLAND, COURT;OF, INQUIRX/CI GOULBUHN, MONDAY;.;V <Bofore :Mr;yQ.orntmssionr J.-; Q-.r King. A v . Kjburt.IYnWictf, junior, appeared to prove residence on a Boleoiion at ? j.. vltobort Fonjyioh dopo&od : I took up two; salootiuua of>442;; and 80 acres, under . 22ud; section iu February and March, 1870, res pectively ; previous to selecting, I resided ..thereon for nearly three years, and for about ' a" i x ~m'( m t h s j ii f i e r w a r d s. JT-j" ""p-T" '"P ,, By Mr.Oropper 'I resided blrfcheseleoTib a .for: about ithrud.years j I hfld no residence on * any other t.olo"otion ; I tools ,up, the originul seleolion in February, 187G. ' " ' .The . Commissioner: Yrecommended ! ;tbe - aeloolion for approval.,/ .' ' ' '. ? Alfred Garpentor 'appoftrod' to ' prove rosi-' donoe^upauihis seloctioii at Eden'JForpst. '0: * Cropper' deposed1: * I" inspected' the suleotian on; the"18th January,; 1881"; "it: was f40 acros selected'27th'April, 1876 j;T\ I found jyeryjilittl...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth, ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friend of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN: TUESDAY, JULY 12. CONDITION OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 12 July 1881

a'U333fjisx-;ui;p,; iiyiEitTr, aibxtKiyr G /Truth, ovorloviily hIIHIC IIio worlil tiuRnn,- ? ? ' (#%)"' '^r'tvpant a nnfl t)ie frloinlof;mMi.-Camplcll.' r / '^OULBTJItN TOESDAT, JULY 12<r * V-"V-'.flTIHfl-iJO'W"1 lii' «:JV : Wli, vjJiiij! -,;ih. ' jCONDITION OF THE ABORIGINES. i .i1. mi i, .iiv'i . , , i ;< ?? ?» f ; jHis Excollano^ Jho1 Govom'ory wlion spoalr ? si jg o^fjtho. moaauros thqtv awaiU legislative' . {trofi'tmoLit, i inado t roferenoo. last iTuoadny tor 1 i',! , v V- ' . rtho necessity thafc txislsTor llio introduoiion ofr"»"i"iill-wl)ioli - would -Imvo the effect of |omel|^pt{ngjtljip^cqinditioii oflthe-abongiuoa, CEt iH^uowiratliatvlftto, in; tlio dayitovi&roHiriVofj !nny suoli tnoasuro!;, thoiattoutiun-iof 'rarlia-" .. iiYoiTF BhTftlcl^hTivi^^ago/givon ; to, . tbiS^ubjeol','and/ iiistoMuif bnving/aJlovTGd. tho .unfortunate.'blaoke to"]i,oamv',nl)out;,'in :-th'oir.v piistlnd .(biaVbttHty^'Jthe.^auth'orities : : might have used: tholr'spqwo...

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