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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
General #cws. ? W^i? 1 ' ?r~- — ^~? ? ' ? ~. . ;. i-r ?'?-?;) EFFKCT31 OriFBBETHADE.-^.Itt.^Sy4asjf:: ''V wheat, irt offerod.-at 4al'6d wiUiout-,der; .- raiiud. because Cn'lifornJan /yrain _8Up-- '?- ? pl'intsit In Melbourne it is hold firmly ato-: aimplv'becauBfj the foroign.griiiiVia shut out. But in Molbour;;o tho. working raai.V loaf is cold at. thu snnio prico as it . ' is in Syduej*. Tho'f -et is hoyend iillidp-- m-l, and it is a proof that the Reid policy robs tho farnie.r, arid deprives liiru of his purftha;iing power by lowiTing'hiai wageH and lessening tho doma.nd for'. h-«: - work. ? Thent! aro some of tho ' gloiiou.s.'-';. refaults of frcetrado. . :i: '..:'-, Yankee Doodle is pure . blond.od Vir ginian.— Advt. ' .' . ?'-'? : .'? WKSTER S AuSTRALIA.-c-TIie.- Gr-Qlgp.f$io ,: . ''? ' Courier ' aliyn : ' rntheir..end-iav.our-to. stay th-» dopnrtjiva for those ?go.Mfield'i of ; ??''o majority of their bast men, the press of tho oantern coloniea jo : t.umbUtig . :iiit3 ;! some...
INSPECTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
INSPECTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS.; ? On Monday lant, Oth mot.,- Mr. Durie, the local Inspector of Schoolo under the... Department of Public Inotruotion, ex'- . ' amined tho Woodglou ochool, of wiach ? ? Mr. A. O. Harvoy io tho teaohor, '_.-:; On Tuesday and Wednesday tho local Public School, which is in cliargo of Mr. ' G. W. Hammond, waa examined.' Oat of. nine pupilu prououtod for examination for cortificatoo no lcao than 8 passed,' their namoa being — Girla : Lily Dalei Cathorino Siveright, Grace C'ominone, May Liddle. Boys: Aloxandor Rackin, Alexander Bartloy, Charles Calla-»han, Jonuh Goodman. Although tho local, sohool ia in tuo conditiou ab regards num boro of boing tho most dif2ci:lt of all to be managed by ono loccher, yot tho, results are moat gr.itifyiu^; to all con cerned, and go to prove that tho teacher, uses his beat efforts on bob.alf of 'tho children under hia cr.ro. The guneral avoragu for all subjects in c2eli class is' an follows: — Fii-ut etac.'i, vjry f air r secon...
Chinese New Year. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
;: :-; cMti-^e ? ^^p^S^i; (By K. ScirtBsrsTxo Cletohdywt.) (Continued.) The banner was yanked out of tho btool, th.i prbcesgibniBts seemed to fly to thoir Bevorul articles, and off thoy woro before tho Joss house had timo to ompty. Didn't thoy go! Several littlo groy — can't say white — flaga. joined- in any whero ret all. Ono Celestial carried a kind of t.rny containinsr a roasted p-noRn an(\ f;'wl and a kind of whito stringy stuff li^-u long wliitu V/ormL,- 'all1' matted togeth..-r but in r, leuso maca. Wo found that thir. was rico curiously propared. The oweotmcats, Chineao nuts, and othor tit-bits that . w.o enn't narao woro .borne by othors, each picking up lao burdon und ' streaking ': along ai'tor tho' flag. Two of tho brigade .attractod attention bocauao thoy trotted along with a big piir on a broai ohallow wooden tray. This contrivanco who slung to a polo juot aH a vbgotablo basket \7-juld bo, by ropas. Tho pig had boon roautnd, and ? but htop, wo. oxamined him Jatar on.. W...
BUSHMAN'S FRIEND STOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
BUSHMAN'S FRIEND STORES. Mr. Goodman eoomn determined to keep abreast of (he timo, an in tibia issuo ho is airain out with u ro.'ulnr oyo-opener. r/hiub .we recornraond \n- tbo perusul of our readers. ? Mr. Goodman io ouo of those sensible buoincjo men who pins hid faith to printero' ink, believing that therein liea the footstool to fortune. By a judicious use of priutoro' inU. immenuo bucinen'ji'D havo boon built up and largo fortuned amawced, and Mr. Gco.lmon is on tho right track. He io ntill Ltsuing his froo accident . inuuranco .policiesTthe bonoflto of which have been manifested in caveral juiotoncco o£ Inta — to overy purchaoer to tho cmonnt of iivo Mbillings. Mr. Goodman hao dap taken uj.a bicycle agency for tho woll-2inoT7n fjrm o£ Bennett and Wood, and tuoae who aro not in c pooitioa to pJanh down, the hurd -.. cash can bo oupplit-d v/ith a bicycle on, oaoy termo. As ho ha9 nlreafly' roct-ived -. sovoral ordoro wo may ohortly expect to ^eo the ?? kniclcora ' ' and. ',' blo...
Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
Current Topics The abbatoir question still awiugs be tween the quid 'of Glebe Iblund and the quo of anywhere dee. Premier Koid onoe valiantly .wanted to shift tho abbi toirs from tho Gle le Island, and bo pro mote the establishment of depots for country killed meat- This at once got the back up of tho pocple raojt princi pally interested in tho oaiiting status quo.. Therahavo boon dop-itations 'for and againot, and Mr. Rjici had, after leadiu-r to nil the bothf-r, tho consum mato ability to cay : ' Eo -3i-3 not intend to move o i-top till tho Kicttor had benn thoroughly thought out. Nothing would be dune for tho next twi-lvo months, und if after inquiry Lo Coaad ibrt tho best thing wau to leuvti tliitigu as they were, ho would not at all shrink from ding so.' Mr. Raid ohoultl make an ideal ' aotor of tho part of tho ' Vicar of Bray.' ? De. Jamieooh, tbo drarantio fillibubter of tbo TranovcaU hn bcon raado a hero by tho general atiooni of Eugliohraen. They havo given him a iccoption ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
Hews and Notes. ? ? ? Caught in the Act— the Landownera. Mr. B. Booth is opening up bis winter gooda. ' ' ' Wee NioboVs borae won the jnmper'u prise »t the Orbost show last « eok. Newcastle is to have a new weekly paper. v There is ample room in Coalo polio. Mrs. P. Bowfco,-Wife of a mine mana 'ger residing at Ballarat, gave birth to three sons one day last week. , , At the Prahran (Vic.) Court oh Thurs day, the man Dales was committed for ,the murder of hia two children. ' A match has been arranged for the chopping championship v between the, champions of N.8.W. and raamania. Tne ' atako is £60 aaide. ? '' -? - v' - - ? . The appeal of George Dean against his convietioa for perjury ha* been dismissed , by the Full Court - ' -? The indifference of AustralianB to relies and ancient traditions, and the acred and mellow, .is emphasised by tab refusal to w&rabip at the Bhrine of old man Parkes. ' The land, and income tax is to be - gathered half-yearly, instead of ai.uually. 1 T...
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
v. cricket; match. Ckaioib find 'Our Boya'.meet at Cralgie «»'i -itur.la ? . Tho tMovriug playera have beeu ;Beleute-l to ropreeont Craijjio, and are requested to bo oa ttio ground, at the rear of public ceh.iol, at 21 o'clock sharp : Messn*. Ford, Drfweon, Wood, Kobbj^r Armrfjiron^, Ellin, Pink, AValcott (L»), Wright, Wuteon, Connor (2'2)i Lawaou (is.) . ' .' ? i ? .; ? . .'-
REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
?. REWARD. In this issue Mr. Rankin offers a reward of £50 for auoh information (caoret or othor wi8o)ao will lead to a conviction of tho partyr or partioo who stolo his sheep from tho,;- Willis and Biddi rune. It will bo romomborod that come live month* bach Mr. R:',nUin loui 3,200 odd ohcop fvoni theeo. ru,no,- and doopiti' tho faot that ho r.ud ni.-vnbero of hiu funiily hevo ccourod tho country around for muoa, no trucou of tho miRsin^r animals havo bocu found. Soioq.aRserfc tuat the shoop havo died, butif.nuch were tho czr.?, Mr. .Rau uii muot licvo como acroso.corae.traconnf thoin. Tho only solution, thoroforo, -r' tbn,t they bavo been stolon.. cid tho cub stp,ntial yowcrd offerod ohoultl ' be the moans of Mr. R/.nkis recoiving como in fo»-rar.tion concoming them. A GP&n.vDrD display in Winter' 131cl^ Goodo at BOOTH'S Fodoral Storoi}.'^ ' :
AUCTIONEER, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
AUCTIONEER, &e. By roferenco to our anvortisinj? column^ it will bo.seon that Mr, Q. E. Muddison has commonced busincsG in Delegate as an auctioneer, otock, station and gonersl commission agent. Mr. Maddiaon was in buoine:is in Bombalii for several yoaro, and his abilities in this respect aro woll known to tio raajoritj' of out readers. He further ennouncos thftt hb' inukc-t tho buniuo^s connected with-fhb' Land end Incomn Ta:: a opcciality, and bio ox,)erienco in mattoro of tbisconnoc tion should prove of great C3sistance to porcous haviug- roCurno to make undor this Act, and theh- ia littlo doubt' but his Sf-rviceB will bo rooilily availed of.
CALLED IN. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
CALLED IS1. . ' '/]*,:,-?. It will bo . romomborod thut in .October ' l'i»t M-. W. Oslington bad thomiafprtuo©'1. to'looe hia dray by means of a bush- fire,; und'asvIh9,.Vvas ft poor man, and in order to reco'p.him for hinloc9, Mr. T. Lewid, of Bond'oc, p'enorously took the matter up. and ioaued subscription !L»to, solicit ing aid on his behalf. ? Ho now rcquoata J '. that liota, with amou.*)t3 collocted, ba forccrded to thia oi^co vyithout d»lay, bo tnoC Che oum may bo, handed over to Mlv Oalington,. -: : ,
Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
' ' Ifeas M Mpmt. . : V:Vv Clemency will bs. shown to Clem.: Hill; ;j and the younest.er.'.inay; yet b° No, 14.. ' ? The 1896 Newmarket was, -the *y-orst ?: cbute'dte'd evont tieon for mariy: years. ; Tho finish' for ' the. Champion Stakes. was the moat o.iciting ever, witnesaed. ! Like many pthes'-.gpo'd horses ..Wallace was l'oakd to' bo unlucky. He ie a sec ond Carbine af tor all. !'.?.-?? It aecomes more apparent every :.dav ? that Johns waa exceedingly fortunate ''to- ' be chonoa to go to England, Lyons lost his chance of nomination as the Mth man by putting.up a duck egg m the intei'colonial. match. ? . . At the V.E.C. Autumn i-aces, the New morket Handicap %yas won' by Maluma Couralhe Upmg eecond, audPilotus third. ? _ Thp Australian ; Cup. ; was won .by - Iaoktor with Wallace 8e=oa(J, Hova third, and 'Quiver fourth...... ' Wallace and. (juiyor ran, a dead heat for.tho Chnmp.on Stakes. , Pre8ton waB third, aud Aurana fourth. -?' An. evenin-g. paper says « ParBon8 co vered tho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
HEADACHE,.. BACKACHE^. .. INDIGESTION, . - ? ? ' ? FLATULENCE, , ? '?: '????? SOUR- ST&WACH & '. LIVEB COMPLAINT ' PEOMPJLY' CURED BY ;r CLEMENTS TONZC. , TIREDI&VTURE'S GREAT RESTORER- *. : Mr. . William C. MofSi, Gerripgongy N.S.W., ' -Writes on': April 3rd, .1893 :— About three years., ngc. : I wao Guffering: . seyp'roly fromiiid-geatioh, the symutomft frpm which . ? I .. duffcred were coutinuat hos.dachc-3, 2or;a of appetito,. severe painB in the cheat afte? meals. I had hardly lain dp ivii and got to' sleep when I would wake up witli a start and a terrified feel ing, iiif act 'when I arowe in tho inorning ; I felt moro tired Chan .when- 1 went to b?d.'. '.I'aad'hoi'thG-'fiirghteet'. inbiinatiocr ? '?' to go to'v/brli j'.whon I did g-, instead of baing a ploaaupo cp it uoually had been, it wa3 'a covtro trial, I can pr.y honestly, that I nover recoiled the slightest bane ht until I was imKiceS'to try Clements Tonic.'/'L .:Au;a,-la'Qt ?.rp3oui'c,3,',I comm...
Mining Items. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
Gilfiiifiiimg.. M«m§ It io reported that a reef has boen struck north if Wilson's le^o at Club Terrace. Particulars of the find are not yet. to hand. 'Mr. Mustard reports ' that the shaft on the little ro*f at the Acm of Clubs mine is now down 30, and that- the reef ib loo;; ing as woll at that depta as oh the surfaco. '? Mr. Gorrio, a mining expert, has been sent tip to report on tho roofs now hoing worded by Alford and party at bho South Beram. Should ' Mr. (torrie's i-oporf be satisfactory it is probable that a company will be formed in Melbourne-to work tho property. , : : At Wyiilong, the White Roof party have otruok tho roof ns oxpectod in the main ishaft' oil the southern boundarv, at 200ft. The sfxir.e i8comp03ed;of quartz and irone'iono, phowing pyrites, and (-.nrvloB coarse gold. The reef is 18in. thick, and an assay, of the mineralised wtono gavo u, yield of equal to 18oz. p-:r tin. At Gilgunnic, splendid stone has been cut in tho Great Tavcombe No. 2 shaft at iOft ; gold...
Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 12 March 1896
'^???kFit& Notes. [By- Okpiieus.] Iteh : — ' Orapo vinos from.'Persia.?-/ This heading.caught ray.eyo in th A. latest Syd ney pnpera to hnnd. l'orpia! That an cient, land. -Who doe3 not at oncn oco ita^f'i'rracr'porap ? .Who docs not straight way think of the Medea and Persians, ' whbs'o iav/d altcrei h not, neither do thoy change P.1.'''' But to my purpose. I want to direct attoution t'j tho t-ru.n ??? otato of tho ,world now, as curnpared with any othor timo in history.. Formerly cramped in all ideas and actions j now nproad ?wide; bpdn in' every mattor. Timo was whoa this Persians' 'Would ho mbrb'lbi ouch choice things as tbcsb valuable atopeless grapes' peso boyoud their d vn little, border than .thoy would award the ' pride of power and placo to any other .nation. And how long is it cinco tho /?world began to b.a opened ao betwobn : xrian and man ?' Not a century. ' Without ? going - far afield tuko ' our ' own merino ; eheop — figuratively, I mean of cuurue, . And. fco...