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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

?Eholiou Mails. 8 u Mails for the United Kingdom he' Orient and 'P. and O. Co's stoamW despatched fr- mi Sydney to Londoifct ' '' every Monday. 8 - -

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bairnsdale Petty Sessions FRIDAY, 13th MARCH. [Before Mr. C. G. Holmes, P.M., and Mr. Jas. Jackson, J.P.] CHARGE OF PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

g^^^ffi^^^fi^^^J^ssioiaaL-''::r-- '- 'V-'-''^'1; -:'^ ''? - 'v i: ':^!'iQ?^^.^^''-'?p!P'wy'::''-B'^v?hr' ?'M0^*') . ^J^'^^-^.^'' ; jB'ftifiay/;l 3th -if Alien, ?',?;, ;; ?^'?;y|;'^p^^^c ilK:C.; G. 'Holmes,' P.M., and '?^0j\0f^tv^J^'3a^on',-J.P.. j';' .. :''?ii;^. ':''S '.'.'I-!. :VI?:'- ??'?'.'? . ciiAnaE of pisniunv. ¥\&&t '-: W:&v'-'' 'Lilian -Heliners ;was c^°-ySG^-. ? P11 th° i.n~ , ''p:fi't'-i(i'\-'!'- '??!?/. '?? ..'.'.' formation of Joseph John Mohammed, an ?'?;? -: '?'?? *'$X '?' '' ?;'' i . ': ???-.' ; Indian .hawker, with ; having; committed v,;:': C;; i)j ?S:' ? V:: v ' ; P3r£ury..at Bondoc on 6th November, 1895. viv^^^^f'-:^'^ ::Tqe:JchaJge 'arose. out of a case in which ^{rfy^f'fl-^'^^^ilu^.'Lock, mother of the accused, hpd.ro -JiftSt^v'Si'^vfC^^yflMcfia- verdict from Mohammed for ;Bv$J$£y^!v^'^'g^^ horses, in typ&'itf'^fil :f'' ' ' V;\:'wl&oji 'Mjra 'H?^111^1' kad given evidence. ;\*-:^5^!:U^.^':;.^Mh Stuart appeared for the pros...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

:...= ; v;v AQAINST,-Tn^A. ' .^f v- ^^^#^^fei?M|i TliiE 'A&DAINtffp^ ;\a v '?:'?.. ...:.? ? ; ?; i-yfc...Ki'?S'J cr;-\ ??????:; -??v%i^.«fefy :'?????- .-' ' CLEMENTS TOmO-':/:'-^-H;;:-:^^»^^ SOLD. BY ]yrANY..DEALERS.- -;' ? ': v-. --:-V^'M'4#Wfe*?Ji : . ' CLEMENTS 'TONIC 'IS' THE '?? ' ? r'-^ ^':,V)^'$^PW$li ? . . BEST, ORIGINAL:- ?:v:^.f:\v?V-vvV^.fji^^S:^te| ;_ Don't bo; doceiye^;or.OT8led^o^^/::.^::i^|^^ :inp ' any.' other,' or yourpaiiiB,: time and;-;' :v,' ?:7--fi'j$$\-Jj0M'm mpney. are- only thrown. a^'ajy- ) %[ *&? -^i [?%[iWi:-j'Mi$$^0 W ?'??'?'???? ;? ?'? ..CLEME^s~To^ia'-;pr 'fe'V:-;v;i.^v/Mf;^|^| '.; POSITIVELY OURES.ALL 0ASE8i:-:-:k-Sj#m?%$m \ ; .'..?.'?? - 'ARIS'lNGf^ROJI / ? ,,s - ^?Tttpii^$M$i ;? ANiEMlA, LW.ER COMPLAINT,- :'v:'^v^»^|f | : =?? '.' and iNDiaEstioN. v . . . ' :^l:^^p^i#| Mr. E. Suttol, bakor, -Yowjaka, N.S.W., ? ^ V -^|$$ ^|i^i 5 1 Iwho writes on May 3rd,' 1893. : — About ? , ':??'?'??}??$: ;*^£$p 6 'twelve mouths ago Ihad a eovero attac...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Laws Relating to Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

Laws Mating 4© Stawspal . ? n . 1. If subscribers order the discqL ance of their periodicals, the pujjr , may continuo to send them t|ll |s are paid. fl 2. If subscribers refuse or new) take periodicals from the post o|r other place to which they aro difl, they are held responsible until thefr settled their billo aud ordoied the pa- i cals to bo .djecontinued. 1 8. If subscribers move to other |L * ' ties without infoTming the publil p, , ' and their papera are eent to their rj ; direction, the oubacribors are responj '' jr 4. The courts have decided thaS - \ r fusing to tako periodicals from the| , , * j ' or removin': or leaving them unf (Jc/S ? ' ' ' '' for, in rnma'Aucioevidonceoi intend rMk^ ' *' ' fraud.' \ -'lWI ' A '' 5. l£ subjcribers paj' in advan] ' fi *, ??» 'I' a periodical, they arc bound to gill' , 'aV' '.' tice to the publishers at the end | *-l4\~*t' ' -!'? time that they do not wish to corf] V J j\)t~1 ;\'\ talting it, otherwise the publiBh| y^* ^ -,( -)! \t&am...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Border Jottings. "She's o'er the border end awa" Wie John," Haz[?]deen." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

?Bohlep «Mtog§. [By Rambler.] ' 8he*a o'er tho border end awa* Wio Joou i' H.-iZ-'-de8n.' As I don't expect her to return, I will tell you something of myself and what I see and hear in my rambles through tho border lands, and my thoughts as I sit by the ? fireside ^moking my good old G.B.D. and watching tho smoko wreathe. Yes! my thought wander back to tho good old times when tkeeo wer^ tho happy hunting grounds of tho duaky ravage. I havo been told that tho plain known ao Bondoc Park, now tho property J of Dr. Niohol, was a favoiite place for 'i the natives to moot. They would aa- 1 somblo thoro in hundreds, to spoar tho * ( ( bounding kangaroo or tho graceful emu. i How happj* these lords of tho goiI muBt ' ul A j have been. On that lovely spot how , v t/j easily they could aupply their daily ' ', , wants, from the abundanco of game and ., ^S *' from.tiiG bccutlfnl ntroam of water at fl , l! '^ which t&oy could slako (heir thirst. » u ,? j Their v/antc vere £e\s, and, lik...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

?The Investment policies devised by the Mutual life Insurance Company of Now 'York -;to. commemorate its jubilee year (1808). ;have become extraordinarily popular. Under these ingenious contracts this. Company Jnot 'dnly'randers' insurance protection and makes a profitable return, bnt it ?undertakes the business of trustee ship, and' guarantees an annual income to 'the beneficiary named in. the policy long af tei the insured life has terminated! Thoy yield oo'curity against the reverses of ' fortuno poaoiblo by no other meanM, Tho Company's incomo for tho year 1894 . wa's;£9,860'jG48.— Ajdvt. ' ' '' ' ' ' j^A Orange, Lomon, and all Citrus Fruits ^atP*' «an safely bp planted in March and April. ?\«K^ *** ^ C- Sk°Pnerd & Son, 202 Pitt Street', yWf-x Sydney,- has the fincRt stock of ihijse and all other Fruit Trees and Plants, also 'the best Gardou and Flower Seeds .in the -colony.— Ad vt. . .. r ? ?' ' '^L ;?'. ^^':; ??' ?.????'? '?? '':?:,':, '?'?;? ','?!'? ??- ?-???? .?.'?.'...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Postal notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

V ^,'j ,' The public are now afforded the o \ tunity of transmitting small sun -\ ? ' money through the Post within ? coiony, and to Queenslind, Vic ' ' South Australia, and Tasmania, by sd ' of Postal Notes. Postal NoteB of the following vi may be obtaiued at any Money ( Offico in the colony on payment o poundage specified in connection tl with: — Value Poundage Value P' 8 d d ad 10 l 50 1 -6 1 7 6 2 6 l 10 o SO 1 16 o 4 0 1 20 0 v New South Wales Notes when paid the other colonies' named, and thos such colonies when paid in New Sd Wales, will be subject io a charge ed to the poundpge payable fov Note! 'similar valuo sn tho poying colony, j Persons may remit odd ponco up to by affixing uuobliiorated pojta^o atat tof tho face of the Poatal Kotos, and ?valuo of the btanopa afh\ed thereto -J be paid on. piespntation. 1 A Postal Note xnay bo crossed, and poBtmuster shall ref uoe to pay it e^c I to a banker. I ^ i Additional poundage, equal to tho \ ,'^' ,ginal poundage, will ba charged...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING REGISTRAR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

MINING REGISTRAR. What appears to us as an anomaly in ^ ' , connection with mining waB brought 1 4 , under our notice last week. Senior- ^ Constable Stutchbury has authority to 'v issue miners' righti and mineral and ^ business licensed, but if a miner wuntH to registrar his cltim he has to proceed ( ' { to Bombala to do so, which nccusoitateu ? a journey of 42 miles, owing to tho fact ' * - \ of there being no' mining fogi-itrar at v Delegate Fuither, if a person is dosir- s oua ot learning wiiocnor a particular piece of land has boen abandoned, or , wisnes to search for other information, ?* the same journey ha3 to .be undertaken, t and often at groat inconvenience A ! local registrar would provo a great con- , venience to tho mining community, and N as the salary paid ia only a nominal one, we trust the matter will be brought , under the notice of the Minos Depart- t ment, and they will see thoir way to i.* make the appointment. ' '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

'Federal sontimont haa not gripped the mind of tho Queensland oloctor, and , scarcely a candidate now struggling in the northern province for a majority of $10 euftrageo fans laohod hits oloquonce into enthusiasm on tho supremo subject federation io v/tll nigh forgotten in the electoral scrimmages botwoen tho Minis _ i ? _,-t ? _v^ ', terialiata and. the Radicals. A recent pronouncement of the Attorney-General, Mr. Byrnes, is discouraging. He fears Federation is an insidious design to des troy the dignity and preotigo of Queens land. Brisbane's commerce under the union would, ho thinks, gravitate towards Sydney, and tho chief northern port -would bo outiivallod by Graf ton. He would consider the trado of Brisbane before Federation. He wants tho interests of Brisbane to bo safe bofora Federation is assented to. Theso sentiments go to ahoTV that Mr. Byrnes is ' only a more provincial legislator who would retard tho progress of Australia leat the prestige of Brisbane might suffer from ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

SCH00Lv0F ARTS.' t :;; By an advertisement in this issue it will be seen that an effort is about to be mode to establish a School of Arts in Delegate. ThiB is a project the importance of which we advocated in these columns shortly after our advent to the disfcrioi.iii the latter part of last year, and a more inti mate acquaintance with the requirements of ' the neighborhood has con&smsfl. our belief that the establishment of ouch an institution would not merely bo a benefit, but has become an actual necessity. The variouB cvivantages which a School of Arts, affords havo already ' been . dealt with here, and as they must bo iippai-ent to each and all of oxur readers, ifc would be superfluous on our part to furthei1 dilate upon them. Tho matter is one of district concern, and the residents of tho outlying localities should strain a point to ba present at the initiatory meeting, for without their assistance tho success of the movoinont cannot bo accomplished. What is needed is ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

' ILm&l Hiklljgeice. ? ; SEED WHEAT. ,. ' Farmers desirous of obtaining grain, (wheat, or other cereals) should make application for same- without delay. Forms,' which require to be filled in, in tho presence of two Js.P., can be obtained at the local Police Station.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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CLUB TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

CLUB TERRACE. The Delegate River correspondent of the Snowy River Mail writes : — ' Your cor resuondenfc had a trip down to Club Ter race recently and would advise all men looking for work not to rush to that place as there io no work for anyone but pros pectors ^vith their pockets lined with money enough to do for ojx 'months at least. I do not think it is right to grant leases on a new field like Club Terrace, and I feel confident that if the miners' right system was carried out the field would be prospected and proved in one half the time, as a great number of these leases are only a blind to put prospectors oft, and the field is pegged out for miles on each side. Miners rights claims would prove the field quicker as the ground would have to be worked, whereas a lease is so h«rd to get at and may lie idle for. years without; forfeiture. But if the six or seven shows that are on the field will go to work systematically and sink shafts on their shows a depth of 60 feet, and send te...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FICTION. MARGUERITE'S HERITAGE. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

^:;;^ ;. ;??',;?'??;? ;: -MARCliiEniTE^ HERITAGE* ,' ?'. . :. ' .':'?? Bv '-Miis. Geohoie Sueldok. ? : CHAPTER XVI. (Continued). ; ' ;.?????' « 1 do firmly boliovo it,' Rogin .Id boro :?....? broke in ; ? that io, under corlain condi V. '??''':? / ' tione. I am confldont that it' eho can ?:????? . ????'? have on ontiro ohongo — if lifo can bo ;:; . :'?.?' .. ? made oaoy end plocnant for hor — she ?:. ?'.?'? . ? , . will yot bo a woll woman; wbile I oleo know tint, i£ I oboul i g.vo hor up, ::. i and Ioqvo lior to livo an uho hao boon . ' ' ' living during tho paot j oar and o hilf, '?.:?! .-?.'?. - oho will ohosily bo b--yond all human ?:?;-?;. . Oid.» ... ? ' Thon you, of courso, boliovo it to bo '??.???. ? .... \ your duty to ocvo hor a*, any coat,' oad b»D companion, recording nira with -? oympatnouc gianco. ? ' ' ?Asouredly,' Roginald returned, flnoh - '?'. i&C 5 * and, loving hor ao I do, I rnnnot only \?illing, but glad, to dovoto myoolf to her. Tho only question that ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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The Price of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

. ? . .. ? '. '- I' ' ' .) ? ?'??A '.'-Thc Ww ©ff^ool. ^j ??.--? * Fnoir- London -wo loarn of a continued ' ' rise in- the price' of nool, and tbo no wo is - i particularly gratifying. ? Although the ,yield. for New-South Wales has'faUen off iby. about' IC'p'er cent on last seasons clip', the priced. for tho pyesont season aro fully 25 per. cont. higher than in January and Marchof 189C, and tho upwaid tor.- ( denoy will ho inamtatued, accoiding to ' the.experts. Our \/ool groworu havehad ^ many grievancea of lato yoar^ but now , everv preopootplea^' ,e -dt contic.ua.nnn of good fo^truno \rill la gcly di°count the discouragement of diough^s, cud rabbits, ' and land' and incomo t re i Just now there, ap'pccfc- to ho- a -lib jy- tho cloud, and the 'siisahino o£ p ojp'-nty ohould Booni chcor ,tbe liearS un tLe graziers With tlKJ.tooaparity of bO lc~go and un postantr tit i^indii'-^y ca aool-growmg ( ayery., inhabitant t/j11 oo beneficially ftijeected. Uofortuna c'y, to lot of the f folr...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

LOOK AT THIS LIST! OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE THE FULL BENEFIT OF THE PRESENT 1000 PAIRS of MEN'S West o£ England Tweed TROUSERS have been purchased from tho Manufacturera at a very low figure, and I will offer samo to ' tho public at 4s. 6d. per pair, any size. Men's Fancy MOLESKIN TROUSERS (look just lilto tweeds), par pair, 4a 9d. . ; . ' Men'a West of England Tweed SUITS, 14b 6d. . Men's Working SHIRTS, la. each. Men's SOCKS, full size, 5 pairs for 1b. Mea'a;' Elaotic BRACES, full bizb, 8d. per pair. Men's LINEN COLLARS, Id. per dozon. Men's HATS, from la. Fancy Washing TIES, fld. each. JUST OPENED— A nice assortment of Men'o CRICKETING SHIRTS, with Collaro and Pockets, in White Flannel, Crepe, Fine Ceylon, tho new Tinted Shades, Canvaa Matted, Honeycomb, Cashmere, Silk Sftcipo, and Spun Sills. Aleo, any size Men' o best quality Canvas CRICKETING SHOES, rubber boles, at Go. 9d. White Twill SHEETING, lOd. per yard. White and unbleached CALICO, 2id per yard. ART MUSLINS,' 3d per yard. CRE...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

j PUBLIC NOTICE, aarles Commons, HORSE-8HOER IeNERVL BLACKSMITH, \/$ I * Tnrl8H:ES to *oUty hfa I j»i#fc tt many Cuntomere, fjabpS&Slr and the Genoral Pablfo, ffl&c^EL that he hao purohaced a IjOTlfy larjre stock of fRONMON iyffl&^'.OEET.compriiiinjf-PiolB, |y^S^'Donble *** SinRle Mat-v „???'... ?fejfSW tocks.Hoos, Asof. Plough ? ?'?' ?'????'? '^fs WjM 'Wheels and Shnrea, Mould 'vj'.v ? pBiatJgSCS* B0arda nnd Solo Plates, : fcgon and Buggy Boxe3, Bngsy Poles and If te, completo with, mountings, and is now ';?'?? .Bared to exeouto ALL ORDERS entrusted ??'?.''.' llis .care on tho Shortest Notice. - ' ? ? III. BEPA.IE8TO VEHICLES A SPECIALITT. : I One trial will convinco you that -^ , ' ? '? \ in all branches of tho Trade. ? j '' ESTABLISHED 1879 ?i ?' -' ' ?* ' ? ' ??? :/.'-?' DELEGATE SMITHY,'.: H Robert Wafcling; ; :: ':'? PRIZE- HORSE-SHOER ,:,'?'. '; . '? ?? 'and _ , yj. ??';? General -'Blacksmith, ?;i- ffTHILE returning thanks for the liberal V ! patronago...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Mail Time Tab. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

Mail Tinic.Tab' The following ia tbe mail tir ble ob served at1 the local office : — Mails leave Dolegato ever onday, Thursday and' Siturda3' at m. for Craigie, Nicholson's and BomTijro -ch- ing latter placo at 7 p.m. ' i ' Leave B mbftla* at 5'a.m. endays, ,' Wfdncflda^a and Fii'i^ja, Hng a^ Delegiite, -via Nicholaon'o anc gio a; 10.30 a.m. I Lua-\o Delrgatn e\try SuniWed nesdu^ and Fridaj- for (J rrowfat 11 a.m., arriving it l.:(0 p.m. Leave Cunowung at 10 a mMon- ' dajn, Thurrda\a and Saturday caving at Dflcxatn at 1 p.m. Lei\e Delegate ovory Suii| and Wednchd.^ at 1 1 a in. for 'loiip-, Qniviny at Dt'lo_jtc on io Uvory Wcrljie^dny and Gunc'ij at 7 p ll L'a^e Delpjato i' 11.90 o in. Sun day and 9.30 a.m. oTi 'lhuie lajjiing Bendoc (Vic.) 2 prm. on Sund(|d 1 p.m. on 'ihur'tipj, Boii.in': (Vic ^.30 p.m. on Suud^v and 1 p.m. on Ti|ay, and Oibojt (Vic.) nt 0 p m. on lay and 6.30 p.m. on Friday. I L'a\o Oibost, viar BonanR and 1oc, on SundajD and Thur£jda-s at|n , ?xcaclring Dologato ...

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Fun and Fancy. THE EDITOR'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

ff^in and ..Fancy. ^ * THE EDITOR'S DBBAM. Tho editor Votked;nignt and'day To get hjs paper out j, » He tried his ,rery beat t© ri v6 the ni»wa from round about; , r And then, worn out* with work and care, Had settled down to bIoods ' 1 And soon ma wrapped in Morpheus* arms, In slninber long and doep. And Bleeping there, he had a dream, A vision camo to him, While resting in bis old arm chair, Within' bio Bahotum dim; Ha dreamed he caw a patrpiroome j '^l&rdTflm speak and say : *? I wteb':tjrpay you-what I owe, Excus^my'great delay.' Awoke to fina, on, conla it w P , ThedrSani.waa'noVhjoJt*. i ' For, surely, therejirith cash in baad. An old subscriber rtand^S , -\ , Ye8Bfce^j^thd crisp new Mils 1 Grasped in the farmers hands. 1 ^ Thelwjmei; 'speaks^-lt is no dream; 3 * FoyJ|M»xearB-aokhep»T«; [ The editor says aot one word, \ tlpon the floor he lay*. Bnfc what is this? He bssb no cash, 'The farmer ioa, has flown. ' c .. , i Ho looks around his sanotum there, And finds he is ...

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GIPPSLAND MINING BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

GIPPSLAND MINING BOARD. At the meeting of the above Board, held at Sale recently, the following resolutions, among others, were carried as recommen dations to the Department :— ' That the width of tracks cut in timbered country should bo not leas than 12 feet. That a track be cut from the Brodribb River, Croajingolong, beginning at a point on the Brodribb River about two miles south of the Rich Rivor, and continuing in a noriu-eayieny airecnon to jut. liiiery as there is a large extent of country alto gether unprospected, with the exception of the B A Creek near Mt. Ellery, which was worked for alluvial 18 or 20 years ago, and proved payable, it is considered by this board that it would be highly advantageous to the district as there is a good prospect of discovering alluvial gold. That a battery ba erected by Government assistance at Club Terrace and at the Wombat.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 26 March 1896

£!%. %JrJL l.fL'lli9 ? THETTndereignodwUlreoeive PBODUCE at MiUinffton's Booms, Delegate, on v Friday and Satiurday of each week. HiKhest CA8H Price-given. !! . . , .W.-'K. STONE. Auctioneer's Motice. , ,s G. B.' MABDISON: (LATE OP BOMBALA) BESIRH8 to inform the Besidento ot DELEGATE, and ourroundinf? Diatrict^ ' that ho hao COMMENCED BUSINESS OEcs, Boubala SrEcnx (oppoaito Qoodmws'a ,1 Storo) CJ3 on AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, LAI?D- — JUJD — GBNEEAL. COMMISSION AGENCY. \ , J. ALL. BUSINESS relating to tho LAND and INCOME TAX a npaciolity. Afjont for L5fe- Firo, and Aosidont Iubut O3co Companiea. Account Sales Promptly Rbndbbed^ i Ao -W. Hardaker, ; PBACTICAL WATCHMAKEB, JEWELLEK and ELECTEOPLATEB. (Nest door to Mioo Wilson's DwBsawking Eatablialmoafe). Evory description o£ WATCHES, CLOCKS,. ' J33WELLEBY, Lc, clccncd and repaired. All TVbun Qdicsl^ a:;d Neatl? Ehechmd, CHAKGES TO SUIT THE TIMES. CcT Koto tlio Adclrc-a : ViTILCjIAH-CT^SET. DELEGATE. ?wf-usic. uusie. hubic. How Oos.'...

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