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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

. ' THE BALL.' .V'-' o/^:\! Tho Annual Ball camo off at night, in I '?:??- Rafter's Assembly Hall, and that it was ' ii'v' an unqualified succoss cannot he gainoaitl,; v' .;' some 45 coupleB tripping tbo light fan'r ';'V'J'-- tastic to tho strains of a duo of yibliuB* '':?) and tho piano, nianipulatod by Mossrp.' '?'?'!/;'. A. EppcistuH, Hugh Decnoy, and H. ''??;, Kennedy. The wallo' of tuo hall wore ?'?.**'? ' literally covered with ferns (obtained - at? '? ' Clarkcville by-aomo of tho coraraitte'e)V',': ' while from tho crosR-boamo' wore bus-,-'1'' ponded fostoonsof gieonery, tho magnifi-'- cout banuer of tho, order adorning tho. .*?' couthern end of the room. Tbo decora- ' ri tions wore the work of moinbefd of .tho ' couimittce, assioted by- Bovcral otb'c'r ' gentlemon. ? The ? dreasor- 'yforn by tho -^v ladies wore ncr.t aud beconiiugi 'B'otn'c ' :-; boing quito uuique, aud altogether the ' .y\ scone Y7C.3 a rather brilliant one. Mf. '.' \. A. II. Daviu, T^hoBO reputation as'a.M...

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

OFFICLVL CORRESPONDENCE. In reply to peraonal roprc^ontationo Mr. \V. H. Wood M. L. A., hao boon in formed that tho Secretary for Public Worko approved of a now bridgo boing orocted over tho Saucy Creok, on tho road from Bombala, to Dslcgate, at a cost of £1000, and tho work will bo put in hand' as ooon U3 poaaible. In another com munication from tho same department Mr. Wood has beon adviced, in anoworto renewed applications, that tho Minister for Works hao granted a cum of £50 to the trusteos'for tho purpose of building a bridge ut Craifjio over tho Craigio Rivor. The Minister for Mines and Agriculture, bus informed Mr. Wood that his applioa tion for a supply of seed wheat to farm era in tho district has bcon granted. .

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ORBOST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

ORBOST SHOW. At tho lato Orbosfc Show, Miss Ada Nichol, daughter of Mr. John Niohol, of Bondoc, Gocured first prize for ladies' hacko, and Mr. Alfred Nichol, a oon of Mr. Nichol'o, won two prizes for jumping on hia horse 'Scamp,' viz., firat prize for list, huntora, and first prize for tho highest jump, his horco clouting 6ft. 2in.

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THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

THI3 SPORTS/ . ' V .'- ALL-COMEE'S SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. ' of £8 10a. First nrizo. .£6; second, £1 Ca: third, 15a ; fourth, Silver-mounted Pipe,': ? vuluod at 10a (prosonted by E. Booth, Eao ) , ? Diotanco, 150 ynrdo. . . .* .'.'''. Fin3T Eouhd. 1 man to count. . ? , : : - Firot Heat. — A. Incrr.iin, 21 ydo., H. M'Qrade . .'.'' 1-4 ydo, dead boat; K. K-iadinu', 20 yds.- . tli ': Second Hoat. — TV. Tomo23 ydo 1, A.Hav^re ' ' '';' 20 ydo., P. Foloy,2Cy-33.-' ' '? , . . ..:- Third Hoat-.—IC. Mr.rtin. l?i ydo, lj Thoe. ' Oliv-r, ir^.-.ds, W. Ty/b,25ydo. ? ' ?: Fourth' Hoar.— S. Nolan, 0 ydo, 1, T. 8h»n- ' ., flold, 23i vdn. . .- . .? t Fifth H°at.— J. Dunn, 18! ydo, 1; J. Haver*.: v ' 22 ydo, T. Olivo? 23 ydo. ? ??/t'l Sis-h H*ot. — J. Tiornoy, 16 ydo; 1, J. . ' Hat:binnon, 24 yds. ' ... -. ... ?';':./?? Run oi?, do-id hfiat, — A. Ingram, 1;H. ? '? TicQrado. ' ? ' : ' ?,' : ,/. ?. Second Bound. 3 men to count. '. ' . / First Ho-it. — A. Ingram 1, S. . Nolan 2, yf/''::.'..-':, Tomb. ; ' ' ...

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Oddfellows' Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

-MdifeIl©w§J Anniversary The members of the Star of Delogato Lodgo, G.U.O.O.F., celebrated their 17th Anuiversory on Tuesday last (St. Pat rick's Day), in their orthodox otyle, by a pi nic and sports during tho day and a ball at uight* Hithorto it had boon thoir custom to unfurl their handsome banner uud inarch in procosaion to tho around, but on thio occasion that portion of tho ceremony wao abandonod, for caverul reasons. The spot colectcil for holding tho picnic was a paddock on tho Dele gate Estates (kindly plecod at tho dis posal of tho committee by R. L. D'Aroy, Esq.), and a more suitable place it would, bo difficult to find, boing within easy accoss of the town, and poosos-in^j all the natural advantages for a pleasure ground and picnic resort, being sis-sly studded with trees, which oa a. ho; dz,y afford sholtor from tha ray of tic sue, while thoro is amplo opan cpaca vrhercoc. a good running track had bean laid down. The day previous to tho sport was come what threatening, ...

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

?'vv ODDFELLOWSHIP. ':'?' ''???:'. The quarterly niGotiug of tho Star of ,?-'/. ,.: Delegate Lodge ta!iO3 place on Saturday -?;?.' ', nig!it week, and as the buainess is of an i-''.'o. ' '? important naturo a full attendance is \. . . ' detiired. All mambors who have the £\v:/':' interest of their lodge at heart should '-??:?' :??, ?? make it a point to attend regularly, an' ; .: ? ? thus assist in tho carrying on of its busi ?.:''?' . ness. One or two cannot be expected to .,' successfully conduct . the lodge if the .'.': others hold aloof. ? .

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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

.:?.' DEATH. - V ? Father Time in his onward march spares ??'.'???? ? neither young nor old, and last woek :0 olaimed for his victim Mr. Walcott, senr., ';? ? ; who died at bia-eon'a resiuenco, Balgow '??. , '? ' . \ ni-\ on Friday nighfc last, at an advanced .;?; ^ ago. The deceased was- the father of ?:i'v' Mr. C. E. Walcott, of Craigie, and Mr. G. ?;' !?' 7\ Walcott, of Balgownio, both of whom are i; v highly respectsd reoiuents of thiB end of v;, . the diatriot, and who have tho genuine -'.. ': sympathy of all in their bereavement

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

DJE LEGATE,' B9H BB f* * bHR *B r _fi_ _SBl J_T hw —Hi SB _ Bwh fist Shu GBNBBAL STOEEKEBPER. (Established 1875.) '' ? ? - - j „ , , - A. LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OP Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &c, TO * CHOOSE FROM. Only First-class Goods li'-yi 'n Stock BUY AND BEAD THE 'ARGUTS.' Four Shillings} per Quarter in Advance. SINGLE COPY, FOURPENCE. Advertisements at Seasonable Rates. . ??; ,, ^~~rrr~~~~ NOT 'Made in Germany.' ' ?' ATKINSON'S ? ' The Finest English Make. t ? ^ ~ i „- More Fragrant; More Lasting, and . * ; \ Very much More Refreshing , ? t ' than the German Kinds. ' , ' - ' ' ' ' \ UseATKINSblsr'Sbnly;. ^ , « Arid Beware of limitations. \ * ', ? i ? -?- , i , ; i _- »- -* Only Genuine with Shield-shape Blue and ,Yellow Label and usual ' White Rose ' Trade Mart. / x» , -j , , ,, Of ALL DEALERS, and of the MANUFACTURERS--- - . r V / U. Jo & E. ATKINSON, 24, Ol$Boiid-st.5 LONDON. * '/, V'-V \ ?*

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

ACCIDENT. Ok Tuesday laat a little son of Mr. T.Rod well met with a nasty accident. He was plnyiug with somo other boyo when he fell and broke his arm. Dr. MorriDeld, who was in Delegate at tho time, \7tia soon in attendance, but Mra. Rodwell had already bandaged up tho broken limb, and the little oufforor is now on tho road to recovery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

Eczema, erysipelas, canoors, itch, ulcers, Btnallpoz, metulen, scurvy, shearor'a raoh, ucaloo pimples, boils, wards, freckles, cuts, wounds, chilblains, chapped hando, ijravo], otriotaro, vonercal, oooondarien, ponorrbeca, Rlaot, norvoua debility, Dterilty, impotenoy, fito, piles, liver und Mdney disorders, indigestion, obsaicy, asthma, catarrah, rheumatism, gout, corof aid, ting uortn, ocaidhead, dandruff, baldness, barbei'a raoh, and all other ,' Blood -and Skisa Diseases (,'uarant83d epsodily nnd permanently cubed by De. KOCH'S non-mercu_' ial infnlliblo rome Iif3 tho onJy roliablo cures to-- IiEPnosx and SipniLLiB. They espul till impuritiua ffomtho mood, bonsa and fleoh; destroy all dis«22s gonns Oi miorobaa, clOf»noa, heal and beautify tho ultiii; robasld thoisyDtem, invigoratu tho nGnitalB, reatoro loop manhood, prevent tho hair fomng out, and mako it (jrow lu£ti- icntly They ero warrontnd b&( e, palatable, enaily taken, «nd (suitable for tho moat delicaio malo and fe...

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DELEGATE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

;' DELEGATE POLICE COURT. ;? r At the Police Court on Wednesday, 11th inst., boforo Mesara. Campbell and Rod well, Js.P., Hugh O'Huro proceeded against Thos. Ivill for illegally dotaining . . three horses. Af tor a considerable umount of contradictory ovidonce hud been given by both purtio; the Bench . refused to m.'ike an order and diGinisatni ^;v the caBO. fV- . fyln the Small D.-bta Court before the pj : ; same liench on tlio a -ovo date George !'-.' Momtson uuod Charles Koed for tho value of a liorno, £1 3-3. Verdict for tho full : (unount with cost). Hugh O'Hare oueil Th)8. Ivill i rtho uura of £1 7s. This .case was defo.ided, nut the Bench gave a verdict for tho full amount and Gs costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

DO yOU SUFFER ', , ,« i t \\^- ' ' ' from r v „ n ' y v -\'i LIVER COMPLAINT, ' '^V1'* INDIGE&TION, , ,/Mf' CONSTIPATION, *'ll- i'A , HEARTBURN, . '. ' p- FLATULENCE, ^ f^; Or any symptoms of a disordered diges- '^ tive apparatus ? If so, there is no remedy ,,\ %$ in the world so safe and suie to give ^ w'A'W, relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clements ^— -$!?$.) Tonic. Don't be misled into wasting , ,^Jlr } time and money on anj of the ' All- i $J&} failing ' nostrums so speciously adver- 'ft'fi tised by designing quacks and dishonest »--xfh xogues. Remember, these two remedies ^ , /V jf* have stood the test of time, that then *Hfri merits aie proved, and that a ±ew shill- j 'i&&& ings invested on them may save you ' --fflt-- weeks and months of sulfeiing, and, per- * t'i\j haps, pounds of expense, foi they have *, &$?*-. done so in hundreds of cases, and we , ^ /i!,i/?{, will send jou evidence to -proves oui assei- ' ? '.fj1^ 'turns on ...

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Croajingolong and its Gold Fields. IV [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

Croajingolong and it& diold Fields. \ , __ : — + ? '— | I ltnV ?'_ B,UJIT-.SDALL NnWS.] 1 NO. IV. The yields obtained from the-ie roefs would be regarded in main plncea as a sufficient uuiiiitntcc) of t- eir commercial value, and visitor* wli - havu h id experi ence in West Auitmha h vo stated that for. pimilar show* at Coolgardio there ..?would 'io no difficulty whatever in Recur ing the investment ot .hnglibh cipitil to the extent o£ thousands of pounds. A great many promising reefs have been found in the Bendoc and Llarkeville dis tricts in nimilai country on north side of the divide, but tho expedience generally 'was that -when they wero followed up they either pinched out altogethor or ceased to carry payable gold. The con sequ'ence is that there arc a good many knowing people who piodict that those reefs .will socn run out. It must, how over, be pointed out that a number of the. reefs in the Bendoe and Bonang districts have proved to be continuous, and there is reason ...

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FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XV. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 19 March 1896

FICTION. HI AIU^IEltITE\S HERITAGE. ' *B? Mbs. Gkokgie Sueldo.i. CHAPTER XV. ^Continued). ? Bp oareful for another week, and then, I think, you may venturo oat,' Dr. Alexander roturnotl, smiling. - ? Can I ? That io oven better than I dared to hopo, said Marguerite, with. evident ploaouro. Thon aho aokod : ? What has bscomo of my little protogo daring theao long week-. 9- ? Poor littln frirl ?' nnid Rncinnld. » oho has missed you f-adly, and been very anxious about you, but L-he io bettor, and able to go out now every day. Several ladies, MioJ Rainford amoug v thorn, havo intoro tod themselves in her, i bo ahe h d beon w 11 erred for, although i no one is quito like her firat love, Her * dear Miss Arnold.' ' 'Marguerite cotually smiled faintly at this acoount of her iittla friend's regard for her. ? It 13 ploanant to bo iniDDod, avon by a littlo cripplo liko Amy,' one remarked Then, with a long-drawn sigh and a quick, searching glance at her coinpan iori.sheaeked : 'Haven't youcomon...

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The Cricket Field. TOMBONG v. DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

'fiiiiiiiiCiffialM ;? '?? ^?Mm^^M^^M-^^Xm^ ????? ?' '?'':? '.'?..-??. ,-?.'?. ^rri— ,:..-..;^,-.;.'',,--V'?.------ -\-..:-.^;'!v-i.0ti|^MP ^nfra^y^teama^ 'thiase'ftBpnVnrllie'bele^at^vFic^e^ urday,'.;a|id ;; th'o '., .^x^Q^%^a\^ i^j^^XM'^^iW^& in a victory'for the' local men. ' To ' the^ ' Wf0\^$mmM, credit of the 'Tpmbongitos it'must bo said; --? ^Mfy'M&m that they know how to:taii:e;a;'clofeat, ;audv:;j;;;''v^^|;!|il^si they come up: smiling again' every '-'time;' ) -'??ih \ifJi, ^!0if&& :Mr.;W. H. Wodd'captairied-the ;D(-legate; :::&0J^§^M tain, and Mr. W;E.; Qonnor :did a like ser- ' ; ;\ ^::t^§fp;p^ vice' for their opporiorits;' whilst ;' Mesars.: :V K^ii^@'II^M Rodwoll and New toil 'Qiiv(i;g6r^aX:Bt^a-^'\::^r;^j^iiiM^ faction as u^npires; ; '?'?'?':-; :----- ' ? V^v;b^H;::'ll|f5||f®| Delegate 'were'urat at the wickets,; and ;; ) ^::0^^i0iM^ succeedod in putting togethor a ' total' of ; :f^';fffj0^^M 139' runs before the last'' man was di...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

; dDiicial ? CorFcspoEdeucc. Mr. W. H. Wood, M.P., is in receipt of the following communications, in reply to representations made by him, and has kindly handed us same for publica tion':-^-' . ?'?-. '?? -? ?-?-?? '.-.- ? Post and Elo.otric Telegraph ? Department, ? . General Post, Office, ? Sydney, i7th-March, 1896. . Sir,-— I am directedby the Poatniaster Generai' to inform 'j'ou that tho'comniuni cation dated 'the 22nd ultimo, from the jrrogress'iV8S0Ciauon, :vma, prosenteu Dy :ybu. upon. the subje'c.fcmentioned, .below, is under consideration, and that ? a Jurthei1 communication respeeting . . it will be 'addressed to you as _' soon \as a decision has been arrived at. in the matter. ? | v ?-.?' I'havp the honor to be,'eto;, ?' ??' i ! ?' , 1 ' - :.'.. - / .--..' Sy ,:H; Lambton, ?: ' ] : Deputy. Postmaster-General. ?? . | ' i To W;..H; Wopd?,Esq.,:M.P,.,.Sydncy. ' .,:§DBiE,eT ?.^Fot altevation in.,tho : timer tablo of the Mila-Bombala mail service ; also, for an extra mail per w...

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Chinese New Year. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

]f^;'^rf^^^^V.^^i^'i^Si^^;':3''r'' ?' ':-:?' ':A:\ (By K. vScnLBJisTLo Ci,eughdywt.) ??'; £' :; /Continued.) ? ??? '??} ARTHURvhas. since- told us 'that the dolls /??represent nion, not iwoiiion— great men ',-', .departed, whom tho heathen .worshipped. \ :^e-feoi sure, all, ?will, oxcuso.us, for it is ? ;'oulv. necessary to cousider. the backward, '. rude state; of 'Chinese drawing to know ;. that a ^topping, man drawn, by them can ???. 'easily .be mistaken for nn elephant ! ,,;7Fpt the. benefit of those, who wish to .... know .the end, and to escape the agony (of. farther reading, we state .that the ['procession'' went. down to the town, wnr-lrf-ra wnrn firnrl. the band T-lavcd; tho Chinks. invited Europeans, to have, some ,gin andgingor, the pig . was : cut up and ;eatonr and we went home. -,1'orany who feel .inclined to follow the force we shall proceed leisurely ' ;alonK.. . ' ? Tho instant tho priest closed hio book 1 ' :tho .banner was. seized, tho bearers of the , ' poultry, ...

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Fitful Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

' -FStSiiBl' Metes.-.--. f By OnpnEOS.1 ' IteJj :— « Small prices wero obtained at Sir Henry ;Parkes' sale, many articles being almost given away.' ,'Siirely such a circumstance should be enough tj con vince the old man. that tho present genor .-ation-. is oiit of, touch. with him. As a tru« te3t of public feeling,. as opposed to political feeling,, one of the groat city . dailies should, open a public subscription for him. . Hin promises UBcd to bo so broadcaot that when, year after year, he brokd them-, the -public naturally sickened of it. . It windced.oatirical for ttie veteran, to go doy/n in two eloctions, tho last being a most humiliating defeat. As an ex ample of loss of faith, I heard of him for cing a railway (in promises) on a coun try town.; the people mado a god of him ; that line ho never mentioned in.; his pro gramme, or otherwise, I bolierd; I sup pose that now tho30 people would ecarcely ? allow him to addresB them. Wore over politicians, both, in and out of tho Hou...

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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

??r;,v-r.-:;€ra^^^W^v;;?-::r' ?,;f^;--V^;7^'^^^^/.-^:;,-.;---: -lB.:JMcMitLAN^fc£a*dva«tage pi a meat ing' olf'a'libbStirig; 'Society at'1 ildndwick ? to : express his Benitiinents on' politics and people. ;The ox-tr6asurer was- in a pe'BPi .mistic:;m6od-.n and::- .complained of ;tlie ^bysmal .- jgaprance.fpf the .majority of electors on the question pf the politics of the period.. Mr. McMillan, it seems, has ? been intne habit of encountering princely inerch'ants v/hose- knowledge of poli6i.es is imperceptible, and brilliant busiuess men who know :mora abp-^t racing and cricket than: about the technicalities of tariffism. Such subjects as- land and in come taxation, the unemployed problom, the status of the 'Upper House, the- Fac tories Act, land legislation, cocialiem and individualism-' ^nover- como- within their Gcope- of, thought and.an^ietj*. Gn the other hand tho quiet inhabitant with the normal intellect, is a perfect glutton for all those political dishes, and digests them ...

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Great Britain's Defences. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

^Grea^BrHaiu's ©eifemccs. ? ? ' ;: ^ Gbeax. Buttai w(is pot to be caught napr , ping when the . conflagration efivelopia ,\ Eoropo and the nations join in tho world's . ? wa*. - New: Bhips and additional, dofeijco ? ? ?'; -works, are to bp built, and tho Imperial ? '/vL' Government project an -ospenditutG'-of ?': ?')' \ £1,4.000,000. The wageo paid tho'mon at tho .Dock-works will bp increased-. by £294,000, the warrant ofiiicejrs aro to -re- ceivo higher palarica, while th«j naval ox- if* ; penditure for tho nost year will sho\t on ' Vrp ; inpteaso. of £3,122,000 Thore js some- \ ' \ thing large and la^joh xu theso figures ^ and wilTgo a lonj way towards increas- - h ing . confidence in tho invulnerable 'rtl \ Bta:ength;of the Empire In tho ovoat of ll j J ^ ! war tho -weight of mousy is witb. Eng- rV )^ land, and monoy fights furiously and ^ ^ victoriously nearly every time The con- ' \ fif* ^ s Beryative, administration is v.ortainl- ^ K ' fy', f ' strengthening tho hold on tho el...

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