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GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

(JOUUiURN bWTUlOlV !'7B» July-lletreat ofiliu clcrgy at St; Patrick's Coliuga; . ,,, i ; ? .- 1 i OoDfirinntir.il «t 51a, Polor nn'il Paul's Cathedral, 0oulburn, fjnnduy, 3let July. 1 ' MASS WlLh .UR.OtihlClHtA TED AT-? YASS MISSION. , ;.. Gunntoff. fiuinlny, July 10 ???? V.;-i . . Giuiiiuilurra, riiiiulav, July U liiuuloug, Smidiiy, July 81 Gu ii do con, SuDiiiiy, August 7.

Publication Title: Southern Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

JOHN* WAL§H OF LONDON HOUSE wi m mmrn nirnm, QOULBUBN, DESIRES to inform the Public that he lia,s amongst his well-selected Stock the following at most reasonable Prices : PRAYER-BOOKS-fresh assortment hi beautiful bindings just opened. School-Books, Copybooks, Exercises, and all School requisites. ANNUALS-Bound Volumes of Bow Bells, Family Herald, London Journal, Day of Rest, Leisure Hour, Every Boys'Annual, Sunday at Home, &c. POETRY-the Works of the British Poets, elegantly bound in morocco and cloth. CONCERTINAS-large collection, good tone, all prices. JEWELLERY-Rings (gold and silver); Gold Suites; Silver Lockets, Bracelets, and Alberts; Pine Gold Alberts, Necklets, and Lockets; Watches, &c. Holloway's Pills and Ointment; Dr. Browne's Clilorodyne; Cockle's Antibilious Pills. SCRAP-BOOKS-Scraps i'n great variety; all kinds of Stationery. AGENCIES-for the New Davis Sewing Machine, and for local and other Newspapers, &c. ATWaisIi's 35oolt ami Stationery War...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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WEEKLEY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

.WJB33TCT/y^ 'bALENn'AK. - ' , Monday' Vi'i.'.' Tuesday AVorlnostlny .' 'J.'liursifny.., Fridayl.'.'... BatucilKy.... 5. 4 6*5, "5" 6' ""o"e" i'B .7, "C 7 jJmOOH'&i PllAHHr j.'Full nrooir.' IStlh July,': 12.18 nail.'

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

.. Cbl\IMEUGiA.L:' FA.RMC P110DU0E; V (Sydney, Monday, At tho Darling Harbour railway terminus this morning thero .wasi a good- Bupply of forage and produce from tho various intor nKidiafcp^BlatjonB,along, the. linos \yost aud south ofe6$$ri8y.wTk9 market., to-day, was but thinly attended; and very dull. Oatou liay in b*l(33i sold from,4/2 to 4/10 in tiu»s, 3/8 lo 4/ ; and in bu'iidlts', fr(om 4/- to 4/10"; lucerii" hay, in tru>s, sold at 3/5 por cwt j straw,clean lots^in bnl>j, 2/6. to 2/9;,in bundles, 2/7 to 2/10 pqrij'cvyt'j oaten ohaflym ball1,4/1 to 4/fl;,in*bu^a"4:/9 par cwt; b«R8 included mixed chatF,-in: bale,-3/5; to 4/3 -per 'cwt,; vheaten hay, in bundle, 3/11';. in.sheaf,.2/9 per ow^;:flwheaton and oatan bay;; in1; bale, 4^3 per cwRiiHpota'loes, <3/1 to,4/7!per cwrj'- li'ags includecl; "Swede1turnips,- 2/2 por cwt ; pump ltinn, 2/1,1 ppr^ozen. ,. Oa thie/wbar^s to-day, primei green lucerne is Rolli^W^'th^ij'5/; vmodiutn' aamples, £0 10/- to £2 15/- per io...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

1 GOULBURN LICENSING GOUJtT, TUESDAY, JULV 12, Bnfnro* Messrs/ EL H# Vuasr Af, OhisnoipJ, A. F. Gibson, J", G, King, 0. 0, Cropper. and T: Mareden, .' * ? An application; for a publican's license was mode by Mr.. Gannon ,ouv, behalf !riof Bobcrt It'jburtsuii. of Oroliaid-strbet, Tar alga,, 1,1 Same objections hail boon, received iron pereniiB of position, in th» neighbourhood of Orioolcwollj arid no one appearing to support them tbe application was referred to' tbe ? TftrnljH bench to tfe dealt with, ,' Mr. Bom appoarr-d to suppoit'an apphoa linfi'from Thomas Cunningham to have the publican'* license of the _ Travellers lieat, Baw Baw, transferred to him. . , Objeo-ioiis wpre,putin by the police, and Mri Gnnnon appeared ,on> tboir behalf; ho. dcmaijdpd'' to " h«vev the license produced, saying that it expired on tho 30th June, -and ariiuHd 'thet the bench could not transfer what did not exist. % , ? * r , . ? ' vMr.'-Biitts contended that the\ production | 'of the'license was not...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

Justice. | i It is'gonGrallyisupposed tbdtrtho pocldess of Justice is,blind butr"'if two cases'-''which ''recently happened be taken as»a proof, the 'old lady rnust> he'somqtliin/j^ mo'ro, than blind! "The captain;'of va| vessol was-con ?VibYed last weok-bolb're 'tho'Marin'e1 Board of. Now j3oulli \Vales.ofJiavinf?vlost,a;8hip, and.; 'valuable cargo;estimated at.botwoen £<50,000; aed $40,000,sbesides thesaorilioe'.ol'a.buman life,/through negligence f and^drunkenness.; ;,HS«^astpuni8hed^by.Vt^o5Su8p.en8ionf^ ..niouthVV!his-mast<^ 'him 'a chief mate's certi(io'iHoyriustead;; On :PridJy last aiyouup^'balfi.oaste^from^ShoalrA! leaven, about wliom'possibly no,one ever, took, !tho,trouble to 'in'ouIcuteilthe 'difforonco 'bo-h tween i)\oum and^ttww/'was'conucted before J lid pfe rid 'sot? .s tool i n£ b'al fr'a-'pi n t Vo f rutn,| fr,omMan old t tophiywliom, lie mot ,toht \h$ s t roe&"?Tlifbt h'al f-cas to1 go t jiji n e, ^months': in'^aol with harti-llibo...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Shocking Mining Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

Shocking Mining Accident, * A;'8hooliingivmining aooident occurred w Sandhurst on Monday. J Mr. Sampson Cur now, manager of ' tlio' North OU1 Cjlmm Company; dfieoandoil tlin S'lUth-phalt of,'the company- to tlie ,1280 feet level 10 inupout tho workings, and as ho was in tlie not ot handing out soma drills from tho cage at (hot level,' R'- beBvyfslabi' six Joot loutf,*!',1'! down from the surf ace,, and crBS'iydtlirough. tho'top. of-, the oago: The unfortunate man . was struck: on .(ho baok, and foil ou... tho, bnttnm of the cage. Two man working in the drive ru6hnd ' to 'his assiatnnco, but' tliey. Vriiild do nothing for him.. Ho was quite sensible, and thought only of his wife. , In two op three minutsa hojaaid faintly," I am' dving," and ospirod in the arms', ofia'miuer. His body: wis raised to tho .surface, and removed,to his residence opn»sito,:the? miu<v Tlvaslab'' which caused his death, sltppa^ from tho hand'of a, man at the 'surface. Deceased' was;48iy*nrs of /.ag...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Protection to Witness in Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

IPfi '/I'lio liaUiuist liraosaononDOOs uie on living p'rnciicos -'of^aqme^ndvooatos /in ouryninpr ioourtsi5- rinrl,;sa^a?;-^Tf'JucIpfos-Avill iri'siat-tliat'* witnpsso^!:rooolvo:f.ibo|rbis|/eotHliat:i5tduQiw" thorn, thoy will ob'ai,n iti'nnd^not boforo. 'sU -isi groator,'f,iroporta8cor t'o ~lbQ ;\vajfar0'*that'1 cihzona. should' tboy pro tooted '(pom unwnrrantftbla'ftlJusG^nnd (oul'taspur- ! ?8i ohsv.tlioi^'itliat,inv'iciious and^'£derao'r'al.iftijij$i privileges shoulijj^ba'iprosor.vbd^to, ij.( class, some of whom 'sb'o\v"'tb,omso]»Q8;( daily, more; tiribapnblo:of a;:: jiidioiousansbsof! iheir.ialraostjl »««?.' ««>1: himnJin vni rmnnnM .Vvp o n t o Hi tji a J h (J u l ^ e di m,i fcTs U p,u ljl ^Jj o " ?»

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A Gathering of Old Pensioners. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

> A' .Gathering ,of Old | Pensioners.' . The; Newcastle- Chronicle records- that a:; gathering' of old "idonlities took place at ajleading 'hotel jn<ithat city ou the 1st in- ; stain-" peosion^lay:??;-s The votorans onm-r i Hiered th'ree, aged respectively 91, 74, and ; !G9 years, or a . grand total;of, 234 .yearslor. :tlievtri»mviraie.Wv,The'*;first?> of ;:, tllese old ; warriors'; fought 'under1; WeJlingteii > at' ATttteVloo^cm'o^of slhe/ew; romaiiiin^ siir-' : vivors-being-"'presGntvat' the.':momorablo ;; meeting of the Duke !and Blu'chor. _ The .seconj-l'^for.^many'yeftra.-retired'oiiltt'ponflion) > HOW S3- years' aotivo service,...including the West!; Iudius,vNorth /America,r,tho.:Meflitor,-r rnnea'^&Cyi ..!whilscVi,ithe rj third,-a rlieartyi; >, navall pensioner.-was,'< a;; ?, participator.!.- iiij jOrimean, China,<and;W,est Indian: struggles. [ Eaoh j of:this:.hearty;,,old. hand,, of earliorrday, I'Avnrriors. lias-receiv...

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Charged by a Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

Charged, by. a. Bulloclc,/ On Thursday.* evening f as Mr# J.* Devlin waH.rflturning. to:Q,uoanhajan through tho1 Old Barrack Flat, Ivia attention: was attracted' by signs*;ofi-unwonted;]hurrying;and shinn?, iiig up the troeai by three members ,of :Mr,; Smith's'survey camp, who hadtbeen at work i in,tii'o, neighbourhood 5TI1.Q aurvoyura w,ore thron inmumbtr, and, thoir. grpnt,, anxiety,tu | gat oxalted positions at; first sutfg08|0il,aum>\| I new'gaine'dDvisoii by1 the^young.. sportsi. to. ' roliovo.tho monotony of thoir occupaiion.' A nearer. approach,,howovor, disoloaod o, yB1'3r, excellentre-tsonfor th (sir alacrity-a ferocious, and shorting*bullock had;takon^ offence at,a remark marie by pno*of the parties, and'-waw bont on having satisfactioninhiB own horny-. Iieadod way; . Two of the surveyors had Mieooeded i n reaohi ngi a:;friend lyli m b - of; a fallen Iroo, but tho third, Mr, James Mi'in,v was not so lucky, andiforaconsirlorablB. time dodged the infuriated;(b<...

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Mort and Co's Stud Sheep Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

;^Mgr;fc and" "Oo/s ;Stud. Sheep1' Sale.*' ? Shecp-breedferB-from distant, parts of the polony have already devoted some time to the work' of, inspection, Jnpd it may bo con fidently suited that the i atteudaoce on the saly day; wjll| bo largo iHud encouraging ; to iho' breedersbf ToBiUHnia and olstnvbori) wlio have on this occasion sunt tlio pidrod lots of thoir flocks, t>-tho Sydney- marketsir-ThV.ar rnngimebiVfo'r tlxo^ 8.<lo,; thanks.';.to th« ex perience of Mr. Abbott, are comploto,. Tlio. whole-, of ' Hie niaiu reeeivin g-floor, of a he. ; warehouse. is occupied by clean,;, Wiall-con structed pons,. of .which thero are, 101 i arranged in? parallul row.sj-v with, {wide pas- i sages] between/ aor ih*t ? ovoryf poa. can bo easily inspected, Each pen' liss sits fBorling trough and water rece|jt*oleJ and (hereiis nnte ample-supply. o^ good.!.clean beddiug. Tlio istud sheepare (displaced: on this floor, The light is: exceIlent.sEauhi.pen has its'i number, ond a \y.vU.;...

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Goulburn Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

, . I , , , - GoulburiiTHospiial..; r iA: mobtinpcft t}10 Gflulbiirn'-Hpspilal cnm-; mitten vrns hold on'Mjjudny/ evunin^, and jn :conscqueno6?iiof:/th«rtf->;t>(t{ng^sbmb'.oilss85:of, typhoiilfojjor-jjny !»,&?i na J it tit i o n i\i t. to ° Itplace; ti^Mr^GUnnonV. officio? Tlio.iu'oouiits Hav ing ''Uoen 'conaidorm],' woro '-pNflsod; \ --'Tlio ?re iri ami rt'g; portion, o f; til as h usio'oaa'1. tfoneint^d. piinaipallft of a discussion (jib t J, the boat !mVtinor;of;:iHola(ing4|ntifint8',iiutliG.,QVOi'ittof : smn'U-p6x''bron kiftV outsin't Holoity;1- '^It.'waa: "resorvod: tlyni'llie-followiuK lot.toiviniHif^ronoo, W tlio Bulijaot b6rforwnfdod,tofth'o'lM;ttyoVj.\ lil." Q-ntilliurn, * 12th J(ily,j l88l!> 'To the ilfnyor ;nf<-Goiillinrn.1,''/ 'Sir;'--I'.j.hnvo' tlio -.lionWnr/Jiy.-diroction. ot';tho 'cotiitnitto^o^of, tbe',; Goulbuin^ Hospital, lo"'bririjy'underVyour uotiociMlvolsproad of 'small-pnxjm Sydney,' -and Kuggest ( that ,,appli(htiou ^bo^-mado 'by t...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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The Two Bibles. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

kl, | TK'e 'Two BiblesT~'" . .... j Avjhilsfc I nra ltn ftMreliuious^mooa^sftys. tlio Flaneur^ Int.. niQj givoj two, quotations rlmroiwhioh .Will sho!ioiDo^tod i tfti n jA'ii 8' rali an rt ly'nro'i i n'.': Snrj p! urnl^ m.aj tors": Tfwnl oppbsitipnistsvwer.)*, iu^ft;tl'/ P/jJ^'Aui:). .?"Windsor \vayj Hur.yincfjthoii*s-B©ofn,ri^ri.1 difll ouliirs and I heir purple nosis in lonirj pow-; t'crfl,} when Jho spirit moved "Oniholiqus t,Q( observe^'1',' You^soe',''1 Mr.^Anl-linfinus,/ wo don't read tli^'sflrae'^JUid/o'l'Sonpturp, tin' thoro's whoro n 11 m hn Ww vc n in n h-" i n.'! Olj, I knbws'tho!»J's'oonfideotl.y-!r(repHotlyMf:.frAn-. Clioanus' us^thn JDne^JninosMBible, hut Jyou rood'.what ip willed^ the^Tooltty, V? Doufl.v) ^'Ilore's 'to t^1 you<both,:', qaid Jtha" Koninl 'landlord, who, was '"a JVeo "tliinitor.rand than the Toohev-voision be/aa'-. .5 i«,W,l s\ LLLLL?: M X.iA'U i J L U

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

'Bargains! Bargains ! .BtrR®~BROS/ :, , Foi^'Terete Weeks Only! Tfi IS WEEK-CO A'l'rt,. 8/G . . . THIS'1 WICEK-OOATS, 8/0 ' ?THIS WEEK-COATS. 8/G THIS'WISBK-OO'ATS, 8/6. THIS WEEK-OVERCOATS, 7/11 THIS WE1CK-OVERCOATS, 7/11 ? TIUS WEEK-OVERCOATS, 7/11 THIS WEEK-OVERCOATS, 7/11. THIS WERfc-TROUSERS, 3/11 , THIS. W KEK-TRO U 8KBS, 3/11. 11 'bUUGE'bROS.- HATS, 1 Old.: worth 2/6 BURGH BROS.-HATS, 104d.; worth 2/6 Bli.RHB BROS.-HATS, 104d. worth 2/0 BU RG10 * BlidS.-' 11 ATa 1 nl'" #M BURGE; BURGH _ B URGE BURGE BRbSi-HATS' (LudioB'). '10£d.< BURGE BlfOS.-BLK, STUAW HATs. 10id. BUEGlfi,BROS.-BLK. STRAW HATS, lO Jd" . THIS WEEK-BLANKETS, 3/11 Pair . . THIS WEHK- BLANKETS. .3/11. Pair - 'TII IS ? WE E K-13 L A N K E l'S, / 8/11 Pair. ....'. X THIS WEliK-BLANKETS, 3/11 Pair. * THIS WEEK-PAIR .SII RETS, 3/11 '' '' THIS WEliK-PAIR SHEETS, 3/11 THIS WEEK-"PAIR SHEETS, 3/11 , THIS WEEK-PAIR SllEliTS, 3/11. ' THIS WEEK-6 Yard* CALICO for II. THIS WEEK -G Yards OALICO for 1/. BURGE .BRO...

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New Licensing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 13 July 1881

New*;Licensing. >Bilb 1 ' The following are the .principal, portions, of tha new Licensing Bill introduced' by. Sir. 'HeWy'-Parkcsnonhe 'Legislative:;Assembly; Th> meosuro provides for;the:; establistimeot and.cbn8ti't'ution'''of> licensing, diatrictsV1 and ~iio'iirts. In each district,.to be proclaitnod by the Governor; thoiGoverrimerit,.uiay?appoint ft couh consistingvoj' not more than; nine,fnor: less than'tlireo, persons,,who,are,to.lie mem bers ;[ and tbey,..are to, be; remunerated, for their 'services.' Tlio appointments dro 't'o^be ;fop'th'ree.years.Infthe metropolitaniljcens in^'district the metrbpolitaniipolioof'.afo sti pendiary ' magistrates;; for tthe .timo> beiniy,: together 1 with ' such -other."person;;T'as; .tho Governor may .appoint, 'not to exceed''nine members ifi the whole, ancl.are to'constittite tHo liconsinff 'court.ii.yin other, districts 'the' police magistrates, or thovlicens.iiig magis : tratefli as the case: may -bo, are to be the ticensin^nia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

Wanted A GOOD GENERAL SEUVANT. Apply to MM, W. G. ARMSTRONG, Terminus Motel, Sloane-street. Wanted A COMPETENT GROOM-one who thoroughly understand!) hitf dutios. Apply THOMAS'S FAMILY HOTEL. Wanted KNOWN that from £6 to £1000 may bo obtained on good socurity. Apply to W. RUTLAND, Auctioneer, Australian Auction Mart, Auburn-st. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THOSE IN FAVOUR of the HOLDING of au 1 WI-CHIHSE PUBLIC MEETING , , Are invitod to attend a PKEiiiMSirAltY MEETKTO, TO Bit HELD ' ! . ; ' In the Long Room of Imperial Hotel, ON THUKSDAY EVENING, 21ST JULY, "At half past 7 o'clock, . To mako the necossmy arrnngomon ts for the HOLD ING of tha PUBLIC MEETING.; JOHN O'BRIEN 1 " " ; - ISAAC BUSHELL/HoD' Seos> A PUBLIC MEETING WILL I1B nELD, At Mr. J. Downey's, Grabben Gullen Township, ON TUESDAY,'. 19TH JULY, At 1 o'olock p.m., mo. ADVOCATE for a TRAM WAY from Brond JL ulbano via --- to Crookivul 1 ; and any other mutter concerning tho District that may after wards bo submitted. ' MARTIN TULL...

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LATEST BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

LATEST BY CABLE. (From the SyJney Herald.) LONDON, July 11. A o^rringo ficoi'font occurred t-doy by which a dmii^htor of his lloynl Highness-tho Prince of Wales had a narrow escape from injury. Tho youn* Princess was out for a drivo, when tho horses attached to the carriage suddenly bolted, nnd before they could be stopped the carriage was com pletely smashed. Tho Princess was rescued without sustaining any injury. WASHINGTON, July 11. Another bulletin was issued to-night by General Garfield's msdical attendants. It stntes that Although during the day feverish symptoms manifeaiod themsolves, tho Presi dents otherwise progrbisiog favourably. PAHIS, July 11. Owing to tho threatening nature of tho intelligence received during tho last few days from Sfax, the Government has re solved to dispatch auroral more vessels of war to the scone of hostilities. A squadron accordingly set sail to-day for that place. Telegrams received to-day from Tunis re port that the insurgent tribes still main ...

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LONDON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

LONDON. TUESDAY. A shocking1 accident happened in a Qatholio Ohuroli in Mexico on Sunday. While the congregation were assembled the roof fell in and killed fifty persons, besides injuring a large number of others seriously. . -President Garfield still continues to progress favourably. An insurreotion of a formidable, obaraoter has broken out in Meoca. In an .encounter between the insurgents and the Turkish troops,; 250 of the latter were kiiled^ , .> .Inconsequence of tbo^trong ill-feeling against the Jew., , in'South Russia, numbers of them! are emigrating toJ America. -

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COOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

OOOTAMUNDRA. WEDNESDAY. . Mr. William Renehan is pronounced out of danger by Dr. Ryan, and is convalescent. * The Orange festivity at the Albion Hall last night ;was very quiet.

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 14 July 1881

OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FHOM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.J SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY. IN the Assembly to day, during a motion for adjournment on tho subject of ringbnrk ing, tho Government stated that a bill to deal with tho matter would be introduced in I a few days. Sir Henry Partes is now moving the second goading of the Chinese .Restriction Bill. Tho weather along tho coast is moderating. The Detached Squadron was signalled at the Heads at twenty minutes past five ' o'clock. 1 *r.. XT T» T> 1 _ IT.. !1.l. - -i - i - Mr. N. P. Bayly's Havilah estate, near Mudgee, together with the whole of the stud sheep, have been sold to Mr. H. 0. White for £80,000. A patient named Anderson, suffering from delirium at the Sydney Infirmary, jumpod through, a ventilator oonnected with the lavatory, a distanoe of 30 feet, and died from injuries received. Edwin Oooks, the open-air preicher, who recently was fined for riotous oonduot, was again before the police oourt to-day, cliargod with a causing a di...

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