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MASS WILL BE CELEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

HASS WILL ISR GlihBliltA TfllJ AT GOULBURN DISTRICT. July 24-Grabben Gullen, Collector, Marulan, Confirmation at Bts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn, Sunday, 31st July, < YASS MISSION. Ginnludorra, Sunday, July 24 Biualong, Sunday, July 31 Gundaroo, Sunday, August 7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

LEOPOLD WEISSBE UGE It % ROYALAUTHORITY K4NTT7ACTURER . OF CIGARS, Ah'l Uie'.WrijcInal Tobacconist in Goulbum IS THANKFUL to the Public for tlio last five year'#, Pationucc. . L.W. is-coiitiniiilly keeplnic the Best Imported Qualities of 'American Pressed Tobaccoes from 4s. ? ^"out Tobaoco,. Leaf and 'Negrohoad, from '3a Gd. ^Home Prosaed Tobaccoes. from 2s. Gd. per lb. American Stalk Snuffs, plain and scooted, Cd. per ounco. , . i . .,a . , . Jlmpiirled and Homo-maile (from imported leaf) Oitjarn, from 10». (id::per 100. ?" 'i Beal Moeroliauin PipeH, plain and corred, from 4s. to 46s. cacli.,; ! 'Imitation Meercbauro, plain,and carvod,' at low pHCPS.' ' . ' i>n AVigecl Sour Cherry, Brinr, Myall, arm ROB* root;.Pipes, amber aiid born bits, plain and carved, front Gil. to Gs.; each. ...' i A Varietjr .pf Plain and. Fancy French Cloy Pipes, Id. tb' Gdi o'acli; " .i And an: Assortment'of Smokers' Requisites tob'nninerons to mention, Both givo a call, and a trial solicited, .Wholesal...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

"WEEICI/Sr .OAEBNDAE. Day ofL 1 SONDAY .... Tuesday..-.. Wednesday'., TLihtgday. Friday Dfty'of Month. . July 10 ,11 12 13 14 .16, , 16 7 6 7 6 ,(7, 5: '7 5 '7 5 . 7i.'' 4. ,7, 4 Bun aetl. h. m. C T" - 6"S 5 5 S 6 5 7 ) 6 7 5 8 MOON's PHASE. /r .$»U Moon*,i'2ih Juix,;.12.18 a.m.

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COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. FARM PRODUCE. SYDNEY, "WEDNESDAY, ; At the Darling Harbour railway terminus ( this morning there was a small supply of IjCprago and produce from the various inter """ "mediate stations along tbo western and southern lines. The market to-day was ..only, moderately attended and dull. Oaten. . "hay sold, in bale, from 4/-to 4/6 ; in truss, none ; in bundles, 3/11 to 4/6 per cwt; lucdrno hay, in truss,. 4/ per cwt; straw, !.> ''' 'good dlflan lots, in bale, 2/5 to 2/8 j in buu 6i.. 1 ; dles, 2/9 per owt j oaten chaff, in bale, beBt, l(Vii'? &/%n .inferior, 3/6 ; straw chaff, in bale, 3/- per cwt; wheaten hay, in bale, 4/ jPPr"owt;: potatoes, 3/5 to 4/4 per cwt; ,liSwodo'turnips, 2/7 per cwt, bags included ; "pumpkins,-'3/2; per dozen; bran, 1/2i per bushel, bags inclusive. l'dii i>; i.On;thoJwharveB to-day-there isoio altera tion to note in the prices of liay. Maize selling at 2/10 per bushel,-a few holders/ asliing-3/ ; Warrnambool potatoes,. £4 5/ ;' ''New' ^...

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GOULBURN SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-FREEZING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

GOULBURN SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-FREEZING COMPANY. ON Wednesday evening a public meeting was held aC the Mechanics' Institute in con nection with the above; The attendance was limited mainly to those Ijaving an inte rest in the company, and amongst those present, besides Messrs. Rawlins and Jer vaulx (the former agent for the Bell-Cole man refrigerating machines, and the latter recently of tbe Orange 1 Moat Freezing Worksy, were Messrs. W. Davies, T. Mars &en, - Badgery, A. M. Betts, J. Davidson, 0. Rogers, J. lirowribill, E. Butler senior, Dr. Sly, the provisional secretary (Mr. S. Harborno Belcher) and others. Tho business of the meeting was com menced about 8 o'clock by tho voting oi Mr. Marsden to tho chair. Ho stated tlie objoot .they had in view was to ventilate the matter, and'so help to make the oanvassing of tho distnot, which was about to be entered upon, a success. Ho had much pleasure in intro ducing to the meeting Mr. Jervaulx and Mr. Rawlins, two gentlemen who co...

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The Biter Bit. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

The Biter: Bit. I The Batemari's Bay correspondent oF the »Moruya- Examiner writes':-Aa excellent illustration of the. bjter. bit". came,to, my knowledge recently. . An;attornoy,;tp iwhpia. .ft somewhat impecunious 'client' had givon a cheque for £50 in payment ot his bill of. costs, presented tlio cheque several timos, but with always the same result, " N. s. F." -not sufficient funds-in the corner. Al most without hope, the attorney presented it yet onco more, observing to tlia clerk ns ho did so, " Tbo same old tale, I suppose." The clork looked over the client's account, and having added up the total to his i credit, remarked quite innocently-" forty eight pounds ; only two short." Suddenly a j happy, thought struck the sharp attorney. He would pay in £2 of his own money to tho credit of his client and immediately present the cheque, for the payment of which there would then be sufficient funds. Un fortunately ho had not the money in bin pocket. Ho rushed back to bis office, and...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Determined Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Determined Suicide.: The Argus- refiortB that a deWrtoitfe'd 'oase of suicide occurred at Woodstock on Sunday Inst., John Mason, a well-to^do former of the district rind one ofthe members of the Darebiu and Shire'Council, was discovered to have deliberately committed suicide by lianging. His. family, on;..;rising in tile morning, missed liith irom the liouse,. and two of his sons went in search of him, arid about 2 o'clock found his lifeless body' sus pended .to a . limb of a. tree in hisipaddock. The body was quite cold.. Some,years ago the' deceased met with an accidtmt from a threshing-machine; arid it .was !found neces sary to amputate the right arm immediately below the shoulder. . Under tho8B,,'6ircum stances it may appear strange that the uri-; fortnnate man could have effected lfas pui*-: pose. He seerna to have climbed on to a fallen tree, with a , projecting *limb, and on reaching a convenient height, to have fixecl a hayband to the branch and round his neck', and" then' d...

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"Stuffing" a New Chum. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

" Stuffing" a New Chum. ; . .Thus iflSgles trr-Up at Narrabri tlio driver of the mail had a new arrival on the b|ox, several shades greener than usual.; (As they drove along, an old-man kangaroo appeared on the side of the road, standing, ns is their wont, with paws hanging out. On coming up, .the drivor, with.a polite how tp the," old man," said, ,(No bag'for you-this morning, eir." Kangaroo hops off-new'clium on box seat looking on wonderingjy. To(him th|en the driver-" Kangaroo trained at neigh bouring station to carry mail-bag-had none for'him this morning-you saw how he went off!". Aod then Box-soat admiringly, " By Jove, when I have a station I'll have one of. those fellows !'?' : . , i |

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A Mistaken Arrest. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

. A Mistaken Arrest The police, ar'n (ceaeraUy pretty correct in their estimate of., human character' when they see a sober man; too earnest-In his attentions to a'drunk en man- in any of the Sydney parks ;after; midnight/and those arrested in such'cases are'olmost invariablyl .found to be thieves. /The other night, how-; 'ever, a mistake; was ,inade. ; &jnembcir ;ofj 'thd'water police, iii company with a petty officer of the Wolverine, was passing through Hyde Park, when'hb heard a souna issuing .from-behind a tree..-,Qn-making" an exami nation, ho saw a d^riiriken Wan and a sober man with his arm round his waist, and, sus-1 pecting it was a case of robbery, lie appre-j hended the: two and looked them up-one! for drunkenness,!and.tbej0.therrforattempted! robbery. .The n.eit, 'morning , Johnson ' (the drunken man) was broUgh't ;ii{) nln'a'fined in the usual penalty, while James Laird was! afterwards placed'at the* bar? clintged with :attemptiug to rob! him..ii Johhsonii.howW...

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The Berrima Coal Company. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

' The Berrima Coal Company, (j Five of the Directors met. at. the. Mine on Saturday, and transacted' some {important business. Assurances have /been obtained from,the Minister for Works that tho Gov ernment, .^oqld be willinp;to take between 20,QPCLa_tfd ' 30,000 tons -per year, so; soon' os the compaoy are in a position to supply some. Tile tender of Mr. Jas. McDonald at £298 16s was accepted for setting the boiler, &o., at the mine. Tlio line is clear from the mine to Berrima road, a distance of ubouu four miles, and it is expected it will be ready to deliver coal at that point in about three months. Men are employed driving headings in the mine, and anyone interested in the Company or prosperity of tho district, should visit the works and in spect this splendid seam of coal, six feet in height; it will bear the closest inspection. The Directors have decided to make their line the same guage as the Government railways. Altogether the works are pro gressing satisfactorily a...

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Still They Come! [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

;:StillrThey Come! pearly-, .-two floore.- of an adclitjon to; our OhitiesW1 contingent' has arrived "witliin the last few days and it greives us to think that the hotels .kept. by their countrymoa are, ; scarcely, pqyal to. suobi a. heavy and Buddon strain upon their accommodation. Tho i principal establishments are, one opposite jMr. Oonollyfs - Mill, two ,in Clifford-street land another situated in Sloano-street near |the hospital. From a' nooturnal visit, of jinspection made by .the Mayor and senior sergeant Fenton tho other night it' appears it hat the house in Sloane-strept had thed to afford place for fifteen--the other dons being proportionately crowded-it must then be'o matter of muoh difficulty "to- find room1 for' another batoh, yet we suppose it will be done without enlarging the premises from their present size. The Mayor gave the gentlemen and: ladies :of the mansions to understand that they would! be; required to observe the,rules of ol'eanliness a littlo more in futu...

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The Late Dr. McAlroy. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

The Late Dr. McAlroy. Yesterday being the anniversary ot the death of Dr, McAlroy, lato victtr-s<enaral of the Goulburn diooese, a solemn Requiem High Mass was celebrated at Sis. Pater anil Paul's Cathedra],, his Lordship^ Dr. Lanigan .oflioiatinst as celebrant, and the Revs. Fathers Phelan and O'ShaughnaBpy us deacon and sub-deacon, the assistant priest at the throne being tho Rev. Father Long of Bur irowa, and the Master of Ceremonies the.. Rev, D, T. Walsh. The office for the dead was first chauted, about twenty-iivo clergy men taking part, . Tho cantors wore Rev. A. T. O'Dwyor and Rev. T. Fallon. After Mass, his Lordship accompanied by the priests, proceeded to the lower end of the church, whore a_catafa!<iue was.erected, and thpre read the prayers ^prescribed-by 'the. ritual, thus bringing tho itnpressiyo carom !ony to a close about 10 o'clock, it having lastoji for two hours. The Cathedral was well-filled during the whole service, a large congrega tion be...

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Mr. P. G. Myers and the Liquor Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Mr. P. G. Myers and the Liquor Traffic. Mr. Myers, member lor Argyie, lias taoiea the following resolutions :-1. That it is the opinion of this House the importation of intoxicating liquors in unlimited quantities is ns injurious in its effects upon the social well-being of this colony as a largo influx of Chinese. 2. That the Government should take some steps of a restrictive character so as to place a limit upon such importations. 3. That the foregoing resolutions ho com municated by address to liis Excellency the Governor. , -

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"—King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news?" -King-John. Eggs, 2s. a dozen in Cooma.     Mr. Povey, senior, an old resident of Micalago, died last Saturday. The population ot South Australia is 286,211. £600 has been refused for a half-acre   allotment in Cooma. There is a regular organized gang of burglars in Melbourne.   The Bermagui mystery is likely to be cleared up at last.     The estimated cost of the Campbelltown-' Camden tramway is £19,500. . , Mr. McElhone terms the silent mem-i hers of Parliament " giraffes." , : : A well-known boniface in Goulburn has a dog',that can smell a Chinaman.half-a-mile off. ' . Lord Lisgar's1 name appears , among, the list'of acceptors for the Hawkesbury Graud 'Handicap." ? "An earthquake occurred in the Goornong districts, victoria, and created a panic throughout the neighbourhood. , The following temporary reserve has been revoked:-No. CG. County of Argyle, p...

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Death of a Michelago Resident. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 July 1881

Death of a Michelago Resident. Mr. W. Povey, senior died on Friday last, at his residence, near Michelago. Death resulted from old age and general breaking up of the system. Deceased was an old resident of the district and was well respected by all who knew him. The deceased gentleman was a native of Birmingham, England, and, we believe,   was connected with a very large manufac- turing house there. It is certain that as a judge of machinery, and as a machinist, we have never had his equal in this district.   Mr. Povey had attained the ripe old age of 75 years. — Cooma Express.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

WSIAPM BY. ...?:??.. - . . - IN THE 1 ? ' . PRICE OF DRAPERY AT . , J. TO REDUCE, our VeVy.' Xargre StocIc of General Drapery, we have markod the Quods in each .Department to such low prices as will eutsure We !'» OUR' 1/- Table Damask is woirth'2/-ask for it , OUR: 1/* Sheeting, white ]or unbleached, is worth 1/6-bbIc for it OUR .13/6 Blankets are a Marvel of Cheapness! Largest qizo! Buy them 7 OUR 3/11 Long Luce Curtains are nearly all sold. . Come quickly OUR 6d. Towels will wear well. Everyone ought to got some OUR 1/- Corporis selling fast. Good Matting, 9£d ' OUR 6/11 Damask.Table Covers are splendid Value , OUR 6d Grey Calico is the best in town1 ,v ./i...':. OUR l/-Wide| All-wool Fiannol is usually sold at. 1/6 : . BUY your Drapery from J. BOND, and save Pounds in the.year OUR 4^d per yard Winceys are worih 6Jd. , : 3 All OUit Winceys are splendid value. | ( Splendid assortment of-Ladies' Fashionable Jackets ifrom 6/11 Ladies'Ulsters'from 3/11; , > . - j Very Choice Shade...

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LATEST NEWS BY CABLE. (From, the Sydney Herald.) LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

. . WE8X By CABM2. :MY' (From,tth$ Sydneyjjferald,)'. ] ;,j! j,; 1' ,, r. , , (LONDON, July 13. v NTJMEnotra .d6aths h*ye ;ocourred in . Atnenoa fvom i sunstroke. At , Oincinnatti <?. twenty stiVon'deaths took pldoe in/one'^ay.,'' ^Messrs. Christie, Man'son, and' Vyoods,are selliDgjby nuotiou the colleation ot.objeots pf art 'which belonged!, tot the, :latti; Earl of ; Beaoon'sfield. ''"j1 ;Tte harvesls in S Wi&erlaiidj'$j|rpntfej: many; and Italy are very pyqmiaiDg^.V-,'i One of the Tory agents at !Deal:has .been convicted of bribery at the recent elbotions," and sentenced to four months'- imprison ment. | :U' .:';T6nders for Queensland Government 4~ 'per'c'ent loan f>£t cJ&:l»OOOtOOO*A. 'tirjtfe- opened this "'afternoon. The total--subsonptiona amount to £1',250,0^0.^^^ coiygn86 per cent. 5 tenders-above that amount'receive in fylh'TTT: m iTttB.M Onlt Medal?,-Awarded to Exbibltonyo i Watches' at the Melbourne' JSxbJbUipn.'Wfro. Two Gold Ones; both weV...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

YASS NEWS. . (FliUM#OUIi CoUHBSPOKDifNT.) MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-An adjourned I meetiug of the Mechanics? Institute was held in the committee room. There were pre sent-r-JMessrs. Pearson (in the chair), W. J.' Cumins, J. 0. Yeo, E. A. Iceton, Marpario, Brennsn, and the bbn. 'secretary (W. J. ? Harper)/ : The- minutes of the previous meeting: were read and confirmed. The cor respondence consisted of a. letter from the well-known firm of G. Robertson, of Sydney, whiph WAS as follows:-" Deiir-Sir,-A1-. though opposed to our usual practice; I-am willing, if your account with; me amounts to .£50 within the 12, months/to allow you the rvvfro /i noV nf fllft AVhlMh'nn nf fllflfc extra o per cent, at tno expiration, or, iuui i time. ; Trusting tliis will: meet your wishes, | I am, yours respectfully, GEO. ROBERTSON- | per'W, Lewis." Ano.'iiar letter fromSMr. Robertson to the secretary, intimating a lot ' of books bad been sent, was read ; and" after that] tlle.-following: accounts were passe...

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ELLEN WYNNE. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

?vcr'srwriNrEs. .'!6nAi?TEIti YI.--CoNTINbisb, *'How far "is it from, how toChatham,?" asked the oilman'. ? ' u . " Well, it ip a matter of ton miles, af; least," Bai&Uhe landlord. Have you come from London?" " Pjt|iip8 J hay?, and perhaps I havpn't," eaid th& littlfc "mail. (" What to ay that bio to you ?" .n. r.r;/ " Ob, it is nothing to.me," said tbe land lord. ",J'jp'ndt"6Wfbr( .mixing myself up .with othkr'pdiipli'aWtt'eti ; <raly, if yoii are on your way for Chatham from1 London, you hare no obII to be . liferd^you; 'should have gone down by tho railway." "Ah, thatjig just it," saidUttlo man. "I came doVn"by"toe fcoat',, because it is cheapest, and because"I'^'et a little fresh sir, which I do not have mucu"|if,, for my money. This is good ale, tluVi8.;" The ' hulks are at, Ohatbflm.'firB4hByu"ot^^ !\!'>?- ; i " WW, Tney arej''1 said the landlord, a little mollified -bj> the'praise of his: liquor. " Can one( gqtaboard of them asked tho litlltfo...

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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. G0ULBURN: SATURDAY, JULY 16. THE NEW LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

rPTJBrjSlHEX), E'V'lijR.Y iMQEJSTXJSTG Trulh, over lovely stnco tho world began, Tlio foo of tyianli and tho friend of man.-Campbells . , j; Q0ULBU.RN: SATURDAY, JULY 16. J THE NEW1 LICENSING BILL. ' 1 . t \ ' t J. I' . . > f ? i. . < 1 j . ' . 1 / . ' I ' l/i. The operations of t2io Licensing Bill, which baa bepji^iiitypduced ;into the . Assembly byi Sir HENBY PABKBS< jWill ,produpe^ if parried into effect ea^^'^re^ut'dravK/upf'many important ohangds , in' itie'.ydhle.of. liquor; 3Tor a long 'time' it1 h,na 'been nppnraDt tb Governman t tb{U( a deep - nooeesi/.y, oxisted ;for the reformation' and 'dmendment of our, Jioensi|i'g| I'flnd I'novf 'that"atreasure.' doaliD^.^^,1iQ^'q!a.eflti9h has,be,en .brought4 fonvfli;<t,!a$,tliofle. anomalies' tbBtiheretofore, existed ore ;labout'to be' quashed/'iand a: etrioter!i'itfocie'' of | prboediire 1 th^n1 hntf; yet: obtain^'.'^m"ir6gUl^to'tlio"' granting ,, of lioenaes' and tlib'Boilers' of liquors, ^PrQm, ...

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