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Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

? ? . ? '?' Methodist Chnrcli . .. Oct. lt-Eocttonj 11 j lit Top, 3 ; Bora v bala, 7.30. ? Oct. 21— TUoto, 11; Bibbcnluke, 3j ? Bombaln, 7.30. ' ??. Oct. 28— Delegate, 11 j Miln, 3 ; Bom '..bala, .7.30 ?;?..:? .,? ? ;.-.? VH. T.Mc'Gowak, Homo Missionary.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Over the Border. VICTORIAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

- ?OircrUh;c:--Ki-Mc5-;' . VICTORIAN NOTES. . r : A sliooldiigteagecly'.isTep'ort ^d from Mpe, ??' Sb.utlivjCHppslaiid. A young inoiiier, mfe of afarm «r at Yinnaii/during'^fit of itt fianity miirdered-IiGr;;two oMId-- ren and then attempted1- suioido by cutting herowritliroat. 'The woman had twice previously at tempted her pwn-ljfoj - ?'?-., An illustration -o£. the adyan,t-i ago of closer Beftlemenl; is given by the .Port'-Pairy-'AGazette,' in some partiQularsQf a purchase of part of Finn's. Estate; near Port Fairy, ' I5y; eight settlers/' under clause' 6 'of tho' act.' It is stated that on 'the area of 337 acres there aro now :27 hands: employed. Fifty 'acres were under onions, yhicli promised a lieavy yield, .40 acres under potatoes, and 60 oiv 70 acres under oats, besides which the land carried 25 head of stock. Ono residenco was completed, and two others wero boing start ed. Tho rabbits had also beon cleared off tho land. : It has ofton boon remarked that tho Australian citize...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

.|?6pL;sii!)|)(;|tvERyvpDA7 :W. Bogbttenjd at'.ilio,';Qeni)nii'Port'OiDii, ???' ,'-;'( ?; \' Sydney, r6r|transci!aaidn.byPoot.;;' . J '- ? ?, ,? ; ,', aa iv;Nowcpaper.: . '?' , '. . ;.'.'??' ? ' ' ? '? ''?? ?''?'' ???-' ?'? '''?? ?'?'-?? ;v;i'/

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

I v ? /SHBSCBlFni.OH::V. :pS. i 14/- PER. ANNUM IN ADVANCE. i' 10/- „? » BOOKED.^

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Penny Postage [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Penny Pos'.agc. Notks from tho ipeooh of Mr. Austin Chnprnan, M.P., (Poatmostor General)'; in moving tho locond reading of tho Hill to oatabliah PonnyPoitagei :— Tho adoption of uniform pottsgo, including tbo Ponoy PoBt, is neolenin obligatioa impoaod by the Constitu tion. rocojDizodinconnootiofjwith Coetorns - and Exciiio dotica nnd Defence mit tois. r~ ' ,* r-x''4-' ?' Te'ogroghio rates bavo boon mails / nbiform and oo should, pou'age ratos Lord Hopotoun promired tho obanira would bo mndo when lie oponod tlia first Federal Parliament. - -' Tho rodaction in pontage rato« would moan a gain (not a loss) to the peoplo, as loio money wonld bb.'tskon' out of thoir pockets. Ponoy Postage is eBjontial tow-] moTO the oxistingtuitittlng iuegtlali-' * tiOb and injustices oufforcd chiefly bj country looldontn. Tho city rosidant in addition- to. other advantagas baa tlio b«n'flt o£a ponnjr post. , Than why eliould 'it be doniod to tho rooidcat of tho country f Tho chanRO ia justiQed. from a - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

uluDll uIUliA Mil Mill. (NEAR QTJINBUEE* ) HAVING: started thn olmvo Saw-mill, we are prepared to cut nnd dolivor timber to say p-rt ot tho oi-trict Sawn Timber, 73 per i^O ft, nt n3.ll . Sawn Droppci ?, C-j. pe»* ICO at Palinsrfi, C fi., irr a nj rcr ICO at S3 ill Sawn Timber, tio:;.c»v 1 at Delo gate, Os Gs] per ICO ft BK8X.Ii &3SSSON-; £1,000 REWARD! If Ton are E=l 1 01 a tare » ill At «-lo«n- on Ills scalp lor Curflla to work on, ttic tn« ntor srnarea* ten thot the proper tmol ' , CAP1LLA HAIR TONIC will mitt Hot 2i»lr. or fie nil? l°ii'le°l°fhe «tx»« ?um ' CAPILLA ' ptcY»nt» tie snif tUiralp docues, All CbemWto chi Clara. ,1/C. and 2/0 a Dottle VotUi 31- ftra W. O. RICHARDS, fcrentw LnptrijJ Arcadj, SYDMDV The Delegate Hotel ; J DELEGATE. ^ J, MFBIE WISHES to notify to tho rcoidtmta of DoloRatoV ond tho Travollinjj , ,3?ab]io goaornlly, that ho lisa tnion. the ' , .above Hotel (lately occupied by Mr C. W. , Erans), nnd hopes to merit a oharb of - jinblio support. i , Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

% forpl Mra ; Radically Cured. ThoCaooof 'MfO. fl.' jY}^ bONMBLLV. ? ' . .' ? (By n. Sydnoji Reporter.) Tho wny to try a -tiucotiou fairly io, ..yihttc any doubt exists, to put that . question- practically arid reasonably to tho tent. This io what VAlra. Annio Marfjnrct Donndlv did, nnd 'tho result was spolien -of -in enthusiastic tcrmo *)urinj» the course of tho followinij in . ttxview, which tooU ploco at her homo. --H Ultimo-Btrcpt, .Ultimo :- ???? ? '.'At one period ol my UFc I ' had 'net' -With no many reverses, that I T?a3 reol ?!y dabioua about tho advisability o! . ? jjinKing- any ( lntthcr1 oliofta to attain success,' oaid Mrs. Donnelly. .'About how. Ion;; oro waa tho,t,5'- . jjBcricd tho writer. ' '.'.Fifteen. Tears ago, when I wos no tninij.but a chattered Yr-rcck, n. condi .' - tion I found rayojjl in oltcr successive ottacltn ;oJ typhoid and cryRinelao. Those diseases; cmnim; on ton 'ol each' «tbcr, left rrio.' awfully -weak, and I could just barely . crawl about ?when ...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus
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The Demand for Land. LAKE CORANGAMITE. AN EXTRAORDINARY PROPOSAL. SETTLEMENT ON A SALT BED! [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

.fiie -'IP.enuthd.:'for ? Lstni./: v LAKE COUANGAMITE. - ' 'V; AN EXT RAOBDINABY PRbPOSAL-. '??'? SETTLEMENT ON A SALT BED! ; The Viqtorian Government io conaidor;^- .:? ing a proposal to. draiu Lake Coranga-. .,.'.. mita, noar Coliio. 'Thiaio 'tho largest.; ?_ lalio in Yictorini : it3 nroa boing about: ' 270 eciuaro miles. ' .The Piomior otatoo that a proposition waB mado to him Bomo months ago for tho draining ol tho lake, and ho waa informed thut it could bo done for about £200,000. Othor: pooplo had said that tho lako could , not bo draiuod or.copt at a very groat coat. ,Tb.0'Mlni8tor of Lands has in structed ourvoyora to procood to tho lako and roport; as to the practicability of draining it. Tho project v?no disouasod by moni-' bota in the lobbioaof tho Houbo roc-- ontly, and wan generally ridiculed. Tho Idoa ia to drain tho wator by o roundabout routo into tho Barwon Rivor and soil tho laud for sottleinout; but woll informod mombora etato that! tho wuters of tho lako aro uult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Ktyi,M|©lfJ':; '??A When you hurt yourself - your , ' fp.l hand naturally flies to the place td . ?S\ rub it. ? That is instinct — 'Natuni ' §Lj1 showing -the Way. The' 'way' :. giA itself ij-to rub with 2aniBuli,,be. '!iiii\ : cause- this is- a pure healing. balm, v,'uV'-'\ ? ffCe ffoln the rancid animal fats/ f-:.''*^A mineral poisons,, and turpentine 'ffiA'v-iY found in common ointments' 'and ' £*~ij embrocations — also because being *ZjM' 'composed, of the refined balsams' Srf'ffX £rom certain rare herbs it is 'easily'-' SRiCi- absorbed. 'It is soothing, healing, -'^S«v\ and antijeptic, ' It. heals bruises, ? '^\^r3| cuts, burns, -scalds, sprains, cold-' -' - 0W:X sores,' eczema, ? &c, bnd'is valued ; &4M ' equally by' the housewife and thai !' -y ;7 athlete for expellidc pain. , .-,??..'.?'',?. 0/ol! iftmliil and iurii «( iiS t' .«?»! /ornHj ifaV;', ',, 3/6 (niarlr fvur titnu tttt zuarttllyJi cr dlrtct (or iaml -. ,/; .'? trlii/ria Iftl Zort-SuJ Ce-i «H SI:, Sji...

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Latest Cablegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Latest .Gablegrants*. London, Wednesday — Tbo Ruaaian Govornmont Uaa notified 10,000 ulion colliers to loaVo tho coutury, 50,000 aro affected by tho order, chiefly Austriano and Italians Tho London Sohool Board has do-- elded not to pay -1U0D toacbo'ra for? religious inatruotion in nou-providoot ? ? ' ? I achools ? '? ' ?, ? I Tho Britiiib. residents of Sf Petsra-' ', I burg Btronsly object to tho prcaeuta- [ tion of tho addresa to members of the; I late Douma, Tho Raasian ro-actioni- I arioa threaten ? . a , violent counter ' I domonetration, Tlio Premier . atatoS. : -. { that tho memorial ielikoly to influence;. - I unfavorably tho ' growing 'cordial . A relations betwoon Rueaia: and Britain, ,-,-, .?]

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Our Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Our Telegrams*'' ? .;' (Filoir OL'if CoiniKst'ONnp.NTs.) ' . S7dni:v,, Friday— Francis John Sboridnn has boan convicted of man Blaughtor at Adolaido, and sentenced to 10 years hard labor. Tho Sonnto nbpolntoly rofuaod to ' prise Iho UtitUh ProfmoucO 1HU unless its amxndinent waa firat nccoptod. Att Amonding Dill providing for tbd elimination of tho Shipping CIijubob wna thon carried by tho Houee, but rojoctod by tho Sonnto. A inostuigo from thn Governor-Genoral recom mending tho omission of thoso elauaea, wao alao rojoctod bv tho Senate, where upon tho Govurnmont gavo away and docidod not- to iuskc on its amond monto in tho oritfnnl Bill. Mr E W O'Sullivon wuo lnot nighO proaontou with a ahon.no for £1050 by his friouda and ndmirors. Tho Local Govorntnont. Extension Hill was furthor conoidorcd in tho As^ eombly. Tho' tarm-of office for Conn cillors was tlxod at tlirco yoara. . .Vu ntnondment wad ngreod to, having, for ilB object tho rotontion of Aluorraoo. in ofiieo until tho laat F...

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NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

XNEWS OF THE WEEK. ,.:; . ? ' ? , . . ?. . 9 ' ? ; - /i:, '.-SnBAniNO will commence at Delo ? }' -. ' gats Station on tho 1st of Novombor. ji ;' . .Mi. B; ;Wmi» requiroo. a rant ool ;v;l;;'Jleotbr. See advt.', ? : '? ' : -. ^' i:Mn,. Jno, 'BiCTOtri''an old and ro . ' epcotod resident, died at tho Coffee ':':-;. .Palace; Coonia, last .week.' , ;.. '?', '?'\\fl ''/WEilioar that: MrB.'; Hobbs, well ;'; known to residenta of Cralgia, ip bon ,? ?' ? fined to her room through sioknesa. I ?,'? ,Ci Mn..F. TnoupaoN, dontiat, will visit .'' ' 'Ttfllflff/ltn nn WlidnAHrtftVnflxfc- find m/itf ? bo conBultod at tho Commoroial Hotol. ? ?;!, . ;Messii3 Dobbio ond Walcott roport V thaealoof tbo stallion. 'Priordalo,' ,'? : . Mr C, J Robineon, being tho parcbasor. ? ? .'. ' \ ??? .?.'.??'?.??: « .'????-?? .'???&': you wont Tip-top TAILOR ? ' ?'??'? MADE SUIT call at JOHN FAKIIKTS *j ,*'?' = who is making tho best and most up ;, to-dato Suits at, Low Pricoa.' ',??.?. . Dn. ScnALiT tomovos to ...

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Methodist Church, Bendoc [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

;' ; ' Methodist. Cunrcli. IJendoc :; -.?; '?'? ? -\ Ootobov 2Oth'(So,turday)— Tbo Bog, 7.30 ':??':'??'-. pin.'-' :..?...??'? ['V.' ..'October, aietA-lo-wor Bondoc, 11 a.m.; X :V ?/ Bohdoo, .3 p.m. ; Hoyden's Bog, 7.30 p.ui. ^v'; fei^ V;.'- ;VP.':A. Jounsoh, Preaehoiv ^?jphft, 'Relegate '^rguo. ,.V:.f. TBIDAT, OCTOBER 12, 1900.

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Bombala. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Eorabala. ' (fllOM OUR CoRRBSPOfjDBNT.) An ntlompt Is being mado to fencd in thn comotory with wlro netting. All tho local denominations will bo ookod to assist. a At a mooting of tho Parishionorn of St. Matthias' Churoh of England hold lait-wosk^Mr A. E. Nowton was oloct od Pooplo'a Wardon in the plaoo of Mr Moaroa, who has loft tho district., o o Anothor of tho old pioneora of Mon nro, diod on Sunday at Coolambookn in tho porson of Mrs Jano Skipper, aged 77. Tho deceased had boon suf fering for some time. Tho funeral took placo in the Church, of England comotery on Tuoaday, tho Eov. C. C. Gillott officiating. o o At tbo instigation of Aid. Smith, luuauro. »y. »vay ana t-, tlaro havo invented n teot aootj'leno light which ho- been eroctod bolwesn L»w Hawk's chop nnd tho post office Tho old kerosono lamp is boing uood, aud tho light which is CO candlo powor is proving a big improvement on tho old ctylo of lamps, o o A stallion paradn was hold on tho Show ground on Saturday nftornoon...

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Handicap Rifle Match [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Handicap Rifle Slatcb* 'fni! following are tho ocoros of tho match ohot off on 20th and 20th Sdp2 terabor, on tho local iange. Namo ? . - '£:. ''I' !*?'§? ??-?:?? §?.?.?'§?.'.&. 'A A. M. Wright . 25. 27 8 .60 J. II. Liddlo .?'?; 28 . 22 7 57 Capt- Cooper .-.' 20-- 22 ' ' 3 ? 61 H. Forrest-.', . ?: .' .20. ? 32., 3: ' 61' Jae.- Jones'. 27 . 18 .? 6 . fll J.T.Ryan ' 24. 17 . 10 51 Arthur Roberto 27 19 i GO F. J. Moore 20 10 12 48 A. H. Joft'reys ? . 10 17 12 48 W. E.Nowton 21 23 8 ,47 R. H.Roberto £0 19 ' . 8 47 H. Reading 20 22 4 '46 A. J. Oko 19 16 0 41 W. Roberta 22 10 ? 39 Thoo. Olivor 21 ,10 D 39 F. J. Mollveori 10 10 9 88

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Catheart. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

. 'Gatlicart. - (FaoM ooa ConJiESPONDEHr.) . 'Mr. Hi A. Gorathy's tond'or of Oo 4d per wook for purohaao of buttermilk ut tho local factory haa been accepted. Mr. Clydo. Stowart returned homo from Ilia trio to Kvoelo durinc tbo latter end of last wook. Ho speaks in glowing tormo of. tho oountry up north. o '?.,.,- o Mr. M. McCoyi accompanied by hio brother. Mr. 0. McCoy, took thoir de parture ioi MolbournS laBt weel:, ' Mat.' intondB competing at tho o.thletio; meeting to bo hold during Cup weak. .. o .??--..«-?? Mr. J. Pikot ftwoll-known Candolo ito, is to arrive this wook, '- Ho in tends , following dairying pursuits* The Candolo 'Union'1 thus refers to his departure 'that -all of those who know Mr. Piko in a porsohalway, and all-thoBS who know of his useful citi2onshtp will bo justifiably, eorry that ho sera reason to lift himsolf from tho lowlands to tho highlands for it io on Monaro that ho gooth unto,1' Your dorrospondont id thoroughly conversant with tho prominont pnrt Mr. Pi...

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Amateur Minstrel and Dramatic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

Ai}3fitcur Minstrel and ©ruisiaiUc Society. Tnr. annual meeting of thoabovo wao held at tho Sobool ot Arts on Tuosday thoro boiug a pood attendance. Mr. A. X Anhby occupied tho chair. Tho Secretary rond tho bnlnnco choot and report, and upon moving tho ndop tion tho Chairmnn cougrntuliited tho members, on tho ouccess of tho Society, During tho two years tho Society hns been in oxistonco,, five entertain ments havo boon givbu, tho proceodo 'from tbo namo amountod to £07, of whieb. £G5 had been donated to vari ous institutions nnd to charity. Tho balance ehnot ohowod a credit balanco of £7 4s 2d. OlficorB wore oleotod for tbo onsaing year ao followa :-7-Prosidont, Mr. E. Booth j Vico-Prealdonta, Meaara. A. J. Ashby and Jacob Goodman ; Hon. Socvotnry, Mr. S. Goodman ; Hon., Treasurer, Mr. Chaa. Callaughan ; Stago Manager, Mr. A. J. Ashby j Muaioal Conductor, Mr. E. Booth j Aa oorapanist, Mr. W. O'Connoll.. ABotof rules for the jruidanco of mombers was' submitted nnd adoptol with 'aligh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

DBLBG-ATE. - ^ - OPENING up New Season's Goods, latest styles,, in Muslins, Prints, ? Fpulards, Silks, Materials, etc. Splendid Range of Laces, Braids, Ribbons, Collarettes, Ties, Side and Back Combs, etc. Opening now' NEW MILLINERY, American and Parisian Models— no two alike, -^ Shearing1 Supplies, 4^? We have secured our Shearing Requisites at ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES, and would ask intending purchasers to see our prices before purchas ing elsewhere. No last year's stuff on hand. 11 Full- Weight WOOLPACKS, TATTOO OILS, TAR, SHEARS, TWINE, TURPS, etc. We .are appointed AGENTS for ©©©FEER'S SMM1SF DIP; the best in the market, and now offer at SB per case, plus carriage. ; ETVIEIR/Y' , IPlAXE* ' '' ' Q:XTA.3EilAlsriXlE!EID Have tfte Largest Sale in the British Empire. WHY t^^aa*S ^Beoause 'they have proved to toe the Most Economical, Ehfioebnt, and Best HAin--SERUUTons in. the world. ' }£$$£. W They Skim Cleano3t, , lllsr™^ Turn EnBiest, Last Long- JSHJlSf 'rafctfAg CBaaa*est, never get ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus — 12 October 1906

A Rifle -Match Will be held '? At Little Plain, —ON— feteft, J(st Octpte FIEST PRIZE, £i; 2nd, ^i los- 3rd, £1; 4th,' 103; 5th, 5s. '? ? Highest Score at 200 yds, Silver Medal. Highest Score at 300 yds, Silver iledal. Lowest Score throughout match, Silver Medal. . ??. .??; :?:,.;. Distances, loo, 200 and 300 yards.,. ?. : Seven shots 'at each ninge. Possible, 105 points. Hauclicap limit, 051 ? Two sightcre allowed at each distance, 6d each; Nominations- 3s 6d; ' Acceptances' 33. Nominations to be in, the hands of the promoter 011 or before 26th; October; acceptances on the ground. -, : ? ?wta a' .ball no*- .? , Will be held .during the evening, lie freshments provided-. Gents 3s 6d ; '? Ladies free. , AtE. WILisERSj ; Prbmoter-..-.; ::.jL^'1'.JAS,'':ipMES. jF0%- H'orseslioer Mj$k- : ™* ^ IPpTgilil General . Black ^Uiia;- ??? smith; -:V: WAGGONS StJLTJIES, ana-'wOOI- PRE3SES MADE TO ORDER. ; A. largo stock of SeaBo'nod Hardwood ? ? '? ? always on hand.'. ' . 63T SHOEING DEPARTMENT is...

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