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OFFICIAL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

OFFICIAL CIRCULAR. Wd aro in rccoipt of tho following : — 4i Dopartraont of Fishorieo, Sydney, 29th -'laroh, 180Q. Mr.MO. Adverting f » my memo., dated 7th May laot, csltingif you or y.our xoadero could oupply thio Dopart nent with informution regarding tho may have been placed in the waters of your district, I now bog of you t-- request 'porsons to refrain from catohi-ig Trout for the prccont, especially a3 tho opawn ing season will shortly eppear, and thus pave taking tho fish, whioh v/ill help materinlly in stocking tho watore. — Fbkdk. W. SMiTHnn3, Acting So t tar- . Tiie Editor, Anous, !-elfgcto.'

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

[?] rates ' M.-laW.' ' ^Tho /Mcl^^j&j;:! %-V^^W Workors1' ;lJi)ib'n will^atu^iouflly^odunael /?.:- f:.v!^!^!-r*ji|# ?fbrriiodoration'.- -?'.Tho iae:ijira?e''ahxi&&,to'::-.--'^ avoid a strike, but are equ«My;'detarnfin'efi .; Oi. V, ; -; :i ^ ':|r'W that. the, ratco-nhall . notbo/:r,educpd..,n.' ? ;. V i '''?? 0 -'%$$$ Imposing; pi,- M-xnebs.^A' DhfSh'olOfiflst . '-??; A.&f''M$li named -.Chostor, , wa.s.^rroatQ^ at I3eni|igo 7 , ..V^-'v'Vl'w^Mg . recently .pa a phitrqa ,qt hnving imposed ? ^ &$$?$}}§& on miner/3 by inserting an n^yertinempaij :' .' '':','' i^'^^ilM in tho pnpora for minera for West Ana- '? ??? :'V:',y, ^ ^i'i^lSf tralta ; '. « fares ;pa'ia^: : six-' infoiiWA '?work .;- ' : -VHpjf'fti&iZ'lMffl ?guarantood'; w^t^foi'particirl^^nHl^''*.;,^^^ ing atampa.' Ho recoivod-about btf 'J&&.;. '?'', ':'$$$$'3(m$w tor-j. ? He. was eehtanced to-tbieelmonthB ? '?'?&'ui'%^0j$$$M impriBonmont; ? : ; ..;......

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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CRAIGIE PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

CRAIGIE PUBLIC SCHOOL:' Our Craigio correspondent writes :-^-For como ois moutlm a nurndtr --f the pupils _tton-3i_f» tho Public School hero iiavo baon'orjjjcsat^ *a trying to v/Sn a prizo for boot kept flower garden offer -i iiy Moat-ro. Yatoo and Co., who also supplied tho oecds freoof coat. Th'- prize vrns Hupple monted by ono ofi'ored by tho ti-achor Tho result in tin t four of the eight com potitora did eo woll that, in -jnto'of th-- dry weather, they managed to rui-»e all the hindu attenpted, which -\ to /ill woll yrown. Tho toal prizo value i^ to be equally divided among tho four, all i*irl-i. whoso nameu are Floroncn and Araolia Way Quong, Florrio Bruce und Dinah Terry.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

Alpine Stores, D,E LEGATE. H. G. WOOD, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. ? » ? ^ ? i * (Established 1875.) / . ? \ ? , ? A J4B0E AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, &o., TO CHOOSE FROM. t v - Only First-class Goods kept in Stock BUY AND BEAD THE 'ABATIS.' Four Shillings per Quarter in Advance. ' SINGLE COPY, FGUBPENCE. * Advertisements at Treasonable Bates. f /T __ - x p ' '' ' Ecsmna, eryaipelas, Canoota, itofc, olcera, em&dp-x. meaaKfi, Bcutry, .ihwiet't rash,* ales pimples, boila, worts, frecklea, ants, woands, thiit-;ain , o^app^l bana», gtmvel, e'rlota e, venereal, secondaries, gonorrheas, Rlnet, nervous debility, Kterilt.v/impotenoy, fl 8, pifoii, 8iv»* and kidney disorders, indigestion, obeaity, asthma c»T»«»h,! rbeumatlam. \.out,uorofflla. riu- worm, scaldhead, dondrnff.baldnesB, barbe-'» rat b, and all other - Blood and' Skip. Diseases ? guaranteed speedily and permanently cobbd by Dr. KOCH'S 'aon-meronjial infallible rocit dioa, the only reliaole c...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

[?] ? -^ ? -x Mr. Ooodmaa announces that he will deliver goods at' Craigfo*and Tombong «very weo*-*ad Corrowong aid Wallea dibby'onoe a fortnlgnt, ^See-dvt Yankee ,DoodlQ i# pure blended Vir ^ginian.j— A»vx. « , 1,, r ' - —y/ There 'is every probability 'of a. big gold'bpopx ia the Cobar district l Edward EUisj fbe Daily Post martyr, haa bees aa Auatral&n journaliat for over 20 yeAn. \ ^ (hay one inember of the labor party is «xexUng himself on beoalf of the Daily v Tost Directors. Had BotinaU bean & freeman be would have contested'Cowra In the interests of Labor, v * wiCodlgardie eontinuen to attract atten* ? tion. j, There «» sow 70 typhoid cases in tho hjNpStal. . x 1 The larrikin pvst ia very bad ia Perth, and the police get ' boobooed n for run aing them in. u ' t)ne way it is Rooked at The British 44V»nce' on Dongola ia evidently an at* tempi to' aseiai Iialy ia her hour of need A Domain orator endeavoured to say ;' nhdenomlnationaUBatlon.' A collection fox his...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

? OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Mn. W. H. Wood, M.P.,haa beon informed in onovTer to c communication to tho De portment of Ivlinoo end Agrioulturo fcliafc a membbr of tho Prospecting Board T7ill viait thio dictricfc about tho middlo of April £o:: t!io pucpoao of ecqahiujj into ino oppuccticno icsoivea ior prospoctinf? aid in tho Dolcgcto Diotrioti Mr. Wood has nleo received acJinowlcd^omentj from tho De£arfci_ont of Publio YN/'orho, of hio comraunioationa r.oldnfj £cr a special grant of £100 for tho road leading from Wallendibby to Stoolryard Flat end Willio, and witli rofcronco to tho pro posed deviation end improvomont at the Native Do^r Hill, on tlio Cooma-Boinbala rood. ITx. Wood \7ill rccoivo further communications on these Qubjcoto vrhau they havo racoivod tho conoidoration . of tho Department. ? . ' .

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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R. C. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

R. C. CONCERT. Br a pzoliminory canouncament in this iaauo it will bo ccon. that it io purpoaod. holding a concert come timo in May, in uid of tho R.C. Church ; to bo followed by c. cooial c£ter tho concorfc. Profcopor Mahony, of Pambula; who io regarded as a flrat-clcco vocaliot, hco promiood to aooiGt la addition to ihio tho corvicoo of the leading tclonfc of Bombala, and prominent local ' vccalisto, heve beon securod, A moonlight night will bo selected and popuicr pricco chavgod.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

:^! 'I'?] ''?? land' revenue. ' '?'_ ?'. ; : ? Mr W. A. Dovera, Crown Lands Agent atBomb^alai hla.if uindly forwarded us the following in'forma^bn bj* wire : — ' This year, soi far' from cdnditionnl tiurcharo payniont3 being;, in arrears in tafti district tts oxpected, moro money hualjoon collected than lantyear, over £U,U0U being taken to tho 30th and B31ot March.' This io cortainly. very compliaioat^xy. to tho diGtrict, and ohowj that in opito of tho bad timco, it io in c. healthy condition.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARIANTY & COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

MAKIANTY £: -COMPANY. ' We direct tlio r.ttontion of our readers to the advortiGCimont of tho aboyo company, which will bo found in our bupineso columns. Tho Company accost that the'e Rheumatic Curo io a quso and pcrmauent cure for rhoumiitiam, end poKono owlZerr. ing from tbia painful Hlnoar.o, \?ltick at, timoo cc.mcjo nicai or.cnxcir.tinrj pain, might Cnd it to tlioir advantQjjo to give tho rotac3y a tricl. Inctruotiosjo r,i\d advico givcci froo, by ProfoL'3or- Heui'y. Wdterhouca, tho colo manager. fqs'tlKy company in tho Australian colonies.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. OF E. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

- C, OF E. CONCERT. We aro roquosted to state that the annual concert in connection with the* Church of England has been fixed for Friday, the 24th April. A good programme is being arranged, which will appear in an, early Ibsuo. , ..x ,

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

VICTORIAN GAZETTE NOTICE. In tho Viceohia Goveiwjment Gazette a notification appears that thn following Tanofer of leaoo .has beon registered ut the Offico of Titlos: — David Bonttie to W II F. Komp, 109ac 8r lp., Bendoc. '

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

ARE YOU AFFLICTED ' ? '; . with ' '? ' ' ' v- ' '. ' DYSPEPSIA, ... . CONSTIPATION, ? ? ?' - ' ?' iaDNEY.;TJROUBLE3, '....? :????-' BACKACHE, . .. ACHING LIMBS/ or ? ' ♦ - ? . LIVER .COMPLAINT P.. ? If .eo, safe remediou are 'w]thin;yb\ir reach at a nomuial' coot. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed to euro tho.r/orat'caiier. Gonorul debility, norvousnenD, wcaknoss, .and gaiieral complcintn-.of tho norvous.Qyo-; tema ara promptly cured by.theao roli ablo remodieo. Thoy ic.va. proprictl by scientifir. prooac^oo, end are not merely meohenical mL\ture3 made only to ' gull the public.' Tho renown CLEMENTS TONIC, and- FLETCHER'S PILLS have won in Aiintvr.loaia ?? io proof of tho fact thai ttay c';:~-nd preorrunent-for their ope cial clacsoo oH dizeczua. '? No 'remedies over cold gayo.&uch entire satiafactioh to their pr.tronn, cncl.ovidenco is.'torthcomin'^ from ovcry city, tpwn, and villcgo'to provo thoir virtuca. . No doubt can. now ordct ao to their value...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

RECEIVED. ? ' : Wu are in receipt of tho March number ?-f Wirable'ii .Monthly Reuindeh, a neat litt'e techciccl journal,, which is quite equal in overy recpsct to any of its pra-, decosooro. Tho littlo volume io toomin;| with valuable and UHoful hints for the trade, tho edvcrtteemonC aro of an attran tivo end ctrikin^ design, '.7hilo tho got-uji; and gonorul appsaranc3 ia oimply tip-top. Wo wi«h tho jo mar and 'its worthy promotor ell proa pority. ?

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

:-:X-i':s::?^X^^ . ??'?'? '''. ByWAYFAaEK. '?:?.?? ? The great revival ia business, bo ardently . depicted by Ml. Q,*.^1 R^id, thaj;. was to '. follow the initiation of his eciontiflcally conatructod tariff j boo; rocoiycd'G r.udo elibck by the proposal to wind up Hudson . BroB., Limited.' Tho otho'r . day thoro Was an extraordinary meotinr; of..- th.3 ohoreholdor3 of tho Cqmpnny held, and tho Chairman, bubniittcd certain, proposi tions,'' which' providod, ciraong other thingo,' that tho capital of tho Compr.nyi ' should bo written d.o-r/n from £210,000 ' ' $p £105,000, . und that tho cmplnyccj-bo invited' to. accept rcductiono' in their. wages, workorb getting' :30a r, weok and, .'un'dbr to' oufilor v. 6 per cent, reduction,, ' .and mob.' getting over 3Go a y/co!;, 10 per cent reduction. . A pro^pral who immedi-. ?' ? ately madb'to 'wind up tWconcorn, but ? ' fortunately itvaan'oucrl-ricd. -Ao- Bal-' ' main . irjve.rlaMy 5;?ttjrnn freetraders, thoi ? i flteady.decliiio of Hudcon Er...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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PALING & CO. Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

PALING & CO. Ltd. The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of the above woll known firm. _Iesara. Paling and Co. have an undeniable reputation, and any one doing buaineoB with them can depend upon being utroightforwardly dealt .with.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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The Cricket Field. CRAIGIE v. "OUR BOYS." [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

vX r f :-TSg;jC*gkct: . Fieldi;: 3 - ? ; j CRAIGIEv. u OUR BOYS.' ?' '? The above niatch' wan played ; at ' Craigie on Saturday. Jast and rosulted. in- a some-' what' oae'y:. defeat of.' tho visiting;' team.: *.' Our Boys' were the -first '.to takO'thej wick'eta, and compilod atotalpf ,79 runa,1 of which- Jonas with 22,:n'ndiloicartv 21: were, the principal/contributors.. Ellioj was ?'?' all thoro' with the. ball, end v/as' ably assioted by'Fdrd 'and Plnir.; ' ?' '' : . ' The .,, Craigie.' .team made a, stubborn', 'stand 'for 151 rune, Ford 01, Watron , 18,; .Wright and.Ellip loeach.iboingtho mosti ?cdnspiciiouB' scbroro. :??' ' There not. boing; sufficient (time: to 'complete another iun-, ingjs each, tho match was decided on the result pf tho firdi,- the Craigie team thus, rgcining a victory ;by- 72 ?'rune; A 'aump- tUoUa dinner was provided the players a- ?Mr.- Reids, to where th6y adjourned, at an interval in the £ame. ' ' ' ' * ? : . 'Appended iiro tlio. .scores and bowling ana...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Items of Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

Meinino ©f SpM't, Tho Turner criclcot testitnonip-1 appears to have fallen flat. Wallace ia a. firm favorite for tho Syd ney Cup. Almost too firm t-. be pleasant. The V. A.T.C. promise to punish foul riding with disqualification far life. ... The Stanbury-IIarding Bculling match inung nro unw mas Tveei£ wnen in was arranged for 'Jim' to go 'homo 'by the Au8tral. . ? ? , Thero are two Waratah8 racing — one ;in Victoria and tho other in-rT.S.W. — both over stic?u3. Th,ia leads to complications, : nuturaily. ? In a recant cricket -match between Wattlo Flat and Mittagong, an uborigi nal bov/ler bagged 10 wicketa with 14 balls for & runa. , ' ' '. The throe-year-olds ? o£ the coming spring will provo a formidable coiitin 'gent. They include- -Now haven, Huret, ICoil, Fucile, Fire, The Officer, Strathspoy (and Cydnus. ? India is now recognised as the gold-mine of Australian horae-breodera. Indian buyers are now more active and oporativo than ever! It iB now a moot point who is tho...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

Visitors to Sydney will have failed in their duty to themselves if they fail to see that truly marvellous production — the Cyclorama'of Jerusalem — near tho Rail way Station. No word-painting, how ever- brilliant, can deacribo tho realistic acono. Tiino and space are annihilated, and you aro brought fnco to faco with the greatest tragedy tho world has. cyov witnessed, and soe rosurreotod a city of marble ptiluces,' the'cradlcT'of-' civilization — tl\o ^I'ly.City that has lain in;,tn tr.n^b for Anvvl v.iiOOO'year.j.' j It is oem'.ou ';.t\;o sights of tho century ' whero tho looker on stands spell-bound.' — Am':, ' '!iankco iJoodle i' 'Tobacco increaacd its yearly sale over 100 percont. Why was this-? - YcKi-try'itand'scc. — Advt.

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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Bombala Oddfellow'a Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 2 April 1896

ioEfflFiDBla dDdl^(reM©wG9 S^s ?/.is. The following, are tho starts allotted in tho Allcomers Handicap to bo, run ^ at Bombala pn Monday nest (Eu.3tcr Mon day) in connection with tho Oddfollows*' anniversary celebration : — ydo '. ? -do E. Pipor 2 Z. McLeod 10 H. aicQrado 6 A. McKcachio .18 D.Ldngley 0 T. Wooda 14 J. Tiernoy 6 ... E. D. Langloy- ? 14 M. Hayeo ' v 6 . . T. Eitoa . ' . ? 1-i H. Kt-sterton 8 S. Jbnea .16 E. Kennedy 8 Jam^o Eobbio - 15 J. E. Vonoblea . 10 A. McDonald .15 J. Duna . i 10 Ja8.Qloeaoa .15 A. Canningtoa . ~ 10. . Theo. Woods IS J. Bcrmck 11 M. CotterilJ 15 E. Cloar .. 11 J. McDonald ,\ 1G J. Brindle '?'? VZ A. Ah Foy 16 B. Martin ?. 12 ' W. Tomn '/ \& CiKollond .'..-'. 12.' ,W. Watson 1G A Ingrain ',.;-, 12. J3. R id ' 16 T. Wheatley i2 I.'Eyan 16 H. Ingram ?' ,18 . J. Lawless . ..-.16 P. Jonas 18 E. Greer 16 J. N. Eyan 13 W. Brasaington 16 Alt'. Hora ''' '. 13^ J M. GI.ioboix 16 P. Binetadt ; 13 J. Mudie 16 C.T01118. . 13 Job. Worborton 16 J. Cain 1...

Publication Title: Delegate Argus And Border Post
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THE EDUCATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Delegate Argus and Border Post — 9 April 1896

THE EDUCATION ACT. The Education Act Amendment Bill in troduced by Sir John E. Gorst provides for the establishment of committees in counties and boroughs, under the -control of the County Councils, to supplement me existing onorca to acuninia'or tno annual granta racoived from tho Ex chequer. These- #ranto are to bo at tho rate of Is per head for voluntary schools and for poorer reliof schools. The bill alco containo a provieion en abling parents to demand separate reli gious teaching. ..The school age io proposed to bo re duced from 14 yoaro to 12 years, and it iaalqo propoosd to abolish the limitation to tho capitation crant

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