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

Wanted A COMPETENT GROOM-jiio who (hornufihly understands his dutios. Apply THOMAS'S FAMILY HOTEL. WOMCC. WE nrft nhonf to coniaicona oar Allllltnl Stuch-takiiis und Ledger iluluu cltlff, and will feel greatly utilised to our customer* if they will kindly SETTLE tbeir re sppctive Accounts rendered during tbis month. Orerdue long standing AcoonnlB we purpose placing in our Solicitor's bunds, without any further notice to debtors. . WILLIAM DAVIBS & CO. Goulbnrn, July 1, 1881. Groulburoi A. P. and II. .Society,. ? ../,???? TFIE Storekeepers of Goulbnrn nre respectfully invited to meet the Secretary of tho-Agri cultural Society at tho Mechanics' Instituto oD MONDAY NEXT at 4 p.m. ^ .Money ILent ON nil hinds of PORTABLE PROPERTY, 'end' on FURNITURE without-removal. ijgg" Oil's Blscounleil. W. A, EVXNS, . . Auhiirn-strpet. Ootilburn. ii ?r! 'Fruit'Treses. FOR SALE a CHOICE SELECTION..of nil! kinds-GRAPE VINES. &c. I... .. . JOHN' SANDERSONl Menangle, . Catholic Siiterary ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Insolvency Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Insolvency Meeting-. Aj single meeting in the insolvent estate of John Leamyy of Mummell, was lield yest^rday^ before Mr. Voss. Mr. Betts appeared for insolvent and two'creditors. Insolvent was examined, and deposed : I do not want ,to, amend my.Boliedule in any way; the.causes of my insolvency were'losses in a law-suit, dulnoss in trade, and sickness, in my family ;'I had to.pay about £50,;besides cost of witnesses and other expenses; in' that ;law-suit.r JBy Mr. Gannon (who. appeared as a creditor)': That law-suit was, I,believe,, over a year ago;' the cost of the law-suit was £50, and with other 'expenses' carnb " to £68 : you paid some of it for me; I can't .say if you paid it all; there was no execu tion on me for it; you, did not try to robr mo ; there was some document I signed, but I don't know what was in it; there 'was something about the hay crop, but I am not suro what it was; I paid you back £40; this was part of proceeds of hay crop ; the rest o...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

I . " ^ '?) OL . THURSDAY.'' The diBOUBsipn "on; the Irish Land Bill continues in the ^oGaejof''dominions, t'o/the exolusion of b!1 |qtJiVr . businea^r'A ? atai^di is being made bjj iK^IHslrmeinbors.''' oir'the 26th olause wHioh ettp'oVeref/a'> land ' com mission. to .bomw-monoy to promote emig^a tionv, "1V'QJW .UUTlliv, 1 ??Ahli'V) An excited state-of/feelin^ exists; amongst the natives of Tuiiis and'lVipoirat.tlie pro* ceedings of thoFrenoh ^enornl. A, Moham medan outbreak is feared/' \Tlie ror'to mani» fests m^fh.j^alp.usy of, the^reDoh. fleet. iafitl has sen); severalJ irodola'dsi jor'Tripoli where r thoy nrrjy,^ yjBflter^ay,.; if-The lyessel^.-jofi the It.,' French squadron' have been ordered to watoh the Turkish men-of-war and aro cruising at a short1 dist'aricbfrbm :the; t6wniThe latest nftws froj^'Tunik ptat^ aMohanimeddn revolt li^ brokei^.puVj'ayd that all Europeans have flea to llie ships, in theharbour.) The Bulgarikn'/pailiament hnB1 consented; to place extraordinary...

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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Conditional ; Purchases.; i.' / J i U Thb following selootions wore made at the Q-oulburn land office, qaJThureday :^-Arohi-, bald Nixoi),, 40 aqres/ Tyrl 33yr:l;.LWilliam Bourke, 40 aare3, Pomeroy ; M. W. Hillau, 40 acres, Bourke; ThomaaljNelligan,| 40 acres,'Binda. ---* ^

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COOTAMUNDRA. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

OOOTAMUNDRA. EniDAY-EyKWING: The seleotiohs-jmadACttt^thVMand office here yesterdayjWere, :-^Joshua' Wilder; 640 acres, Bethungra;' Matl;he\v Sawyer, .senior, 1G0 acres, Ironjbon'gf James W. Oarr,.$20 aores, Ironbongi; James ,HallinanJ_41'.aoros, Yeo Yeo; Daniel ?jDe vin.ei-40- acres*Iron bong. \ ' f The MoQowdn and-Tote tow-n allotments Bold yesterday bylMr. Strongitharm brought £1045 ; Mr. .flijatthewB'."three- allotments, sold to Mr. P. J'. |OJiDo'Dnbll/ £72 each ; Mr. Powell's allotments, 'sold to Messrs. Haplpy and |W#rd, ££&-&aoli ;rMr,, OarbarryV £62 each | total, £M0.0i/< 1 * ./! \ The building! ttndes are v.ery busy here. The Mastodoh<Mioatrels made" a' disturb ance at Oobb and iCjo.V office Ithir. morning, passing on to|;Tomora, but Oobb's agent, Mr. Quilty, puti tHoin'through. - 5 ;. '-1vr.v- ?

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Accident to Mr. J. G. King. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

'Accident, to, Mr. ;,J; G.iKitig. rvk A somewhat" serious aooident ooourred to jMr. J. G-. King, crown lands' commissioner, or^Thursdny. A rather spirited horse ?which 'tie Was driving bolted and "threw* him with muoh; violence,; the rqsUlfc,being that! one :of' his arms was frao^tured. j- Df,; jGentle ap-; plied jtlie usual "remedies and expects that the consequences;W.ill not:*l)e serious,. i f"' ?' .' ' O*

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY.] SYDNEY. FRIDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

OUFi SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM' QIIKVTI.IIE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY, j , SYDNEY. PILLDAY JFLFITT. At tbo half-yearly meeting of the Oity Bunk, held to-day, a dividend of 10 per cent, was decl'trefl';"-.", ; ; (1' ' ' Mrs. Fislier lias died of small-pox at the quarantine stati^. She,,hud lived at the Olebej The onse at Balmain, reported yosterday, proves not to. .bo,, one of variolas; conse quently the house' is released from quaran tine. ' Mr. Henry Beit, the Well-known merchant, died suddenly last eveniug of heart disease. Thof;box"'of' jowe-llary repoi,ted"touh''ave1 been stolen at Wagga^.W'agga on Monday night has boon recovered. . It was brpuglit on to Sydney'by'mistake. Tlje'pivil Service footballers have issued a challenge, under the Itugby rules, to the officers of the Squadron, ? and a match will prol ably take1 plaoe next week; on the Asso ciation Gifaund. . -1'' . ' During the stay of the Detaohed Squad ron tbere'u't/ likelyito . be a day's aguatio sports, consisting of towing c...

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Gunning Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

.(lA' Gfrnnirig; Selections; ® ' !' -The following selections were taken up at Gunning on Thursday last:-Stephen Butler, 100 acres, aeotioa»2r, 'parish' Wheeo j Pat.; Tully, senr.,"40' "acres," section 2l, pdrisli Lampton; Alfred E. Christie, 50 aores, seotion 14, parish Winduella; John Thos. , Trus(|ott, 100 acres, seotion 14, parish Wind uella!; Jolin Dowliog, 40 ao'resj seotion 21, parish Bunton ; Martin Olanoy, 50£ aores/. section 21, parish Garway ; Martin Olanoy, junr'.,! 80*acros, section 21,: parish Garway,; Dennis Clancy, 40 aores, seotion 21, parish 'Merrill. l{ r . r ; . .

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. IN the Legislative Council Sir John llobertson informed Mr, Macleay that tho Narrandora to Hay railway would go to within seven mileBof Darlington Point, and that there would be a road Irym Dar lington Point Wharf to the 6taliou. Ho alsu informed Mr. Da Salisthat the Govern raenta oi England and China bad not been asked to consent to the proposed legislation on the Chinese question. Sir George Innes introduced a bill to amend and consolidate the: criminal law, which was road the first lime, Mr. Do Salia brought in a bill for tho Appointment of Conciliators; Bnd a bill fox* tho Prevention ol Failure in Justice. The bills wero road the first time. Tho Council adjourned till next Wednes day. ?? In the Legislative Assembly 'Sir Henry Payees moved tho second reading of the Influx of Chinese ^les.triction Bill. Ho admitted that legislation of this kind was undesirable, and said be was an xious that this colony should be the refuge of the poor and distress...

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MASS WILL BE CLEBRATED AT— GOULBURN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

UASS WILL KK CMbtiliH.ATM) AT GOUIJBURN DISTRICT. .luly 24-Grnbb«ii Oiilleii, Collector, Mnrulnn. OiMitiuicii. u hI r-fs. I'utur and Pnul'a Cathedral, CJoulbnrp, Sunday. 3l®1 July, 1'ASS MISSION. Qinniudcrrn, fuud*.v, July 24 Binaloiij,', .Sintduy, July 31 Guuduroo, Sunday, August 7.

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

LEOPOLD ;!WJ5IS.SBEKGER By ROYAL AUTHORITY MAtf F"?AQTPRER OF CIGARS, Aod iWUritfliinl Tobacconist inGoulburn 7*0 THANKFUL' to the Public for tlid last five Vear's'Piitiopaiib. 11 ? ! fW.'ia cotitimixlly keeping tlio Boat Imported () jiit,ies of: American {Pressed Tobaccaes from 4c. per lb. ,-l . .T . . Out Tobnooo, Leaf and Nogrolie»d, from 3a 6d, per lb; r Home Presaed Tobaccoesi from '2s. Gd. per lb. AaieriCBn Stalk Snuffs, plain nud scooted,' Gd per ounoe. j- « 'I ' | Imported and Horaorfiiade (from imported leaf) Clg*rB, from 10s. 6d. per 10CK .' f Real Meereliaum' Pipes,' plain andoarved, from (I, toMM.to'a'Oli'."-' < 1 \ Imitation Meercbaum, plain and oarred, atlow prlcea,T.'ji'n-f f ' ! ij,= Wigzel Sour Qnerry, .Briar,, Myall, and Rose rout Pipes, aniber and born bits, plain and carted, from fld, t'o '6g. each; '* .' A variety of Plain and FanoyFrenoliClay Pipes;1 Id. to, 6d. c4p1».. i .i! <.1 And ;Afiaortment , of Smokers' . Requisites too nufoerolie t...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

.WEBICXiY OALEND'AE. Day of Weak. SUNDAY!,.';,, filondn^ Tuoaday .... Wednesday. Thursday/, j, Fridny., Saturday.... Day ofv *Montlt. I July, 17. 19 20 23.' bun rlaei, :;hv mi j 7^ 7 3 r.'JCv.iv ?ATri-A :7 o bun acta, h. fin. -6 ~8~ a\ o 6 10 fi 10 v6.ll. /, 5 12 , 5 12 Mofofti-Ftf ^eW: 1.«>' i 'U U U Lfpt Qnatter, 18th'July,'S.SS p.Qj;' J

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

COMMERCIAL. GoutjTiunN, Friday. Another, dull.wsek has passed, and very few alter ations can be noted, Hay and potatoes easier at lest quotations. Butter and eggs plentiful for tbe time of year, tbe latter slightly lower in price. No change at the local mills. Flour and jvhoot ruling at1 last week's prices; but there is a slight upward tendency in the Sydney flour and'grain markoti Messrs. Mort and Un.'s circular advises that at thoir grain sale on Friday there was a, further odvanco in whoat-best samples, 5/14 to 5/3; medium; 4/10 to 5/. '? Price's''current ttf Qou\burn between purchaeer and "producer: Flonr, per'tdti 1 ? ...... 0 0 Ditto, seconds, per ton .... 12 0 0 WlieM, per butliel ..... 0 4 6 Oati,j>eV J)Uel|el, , .... 0 3 0 to 0 J J Volte,'per buihel 0 4 0 Hay,, per ton 3 0 0 8 10 0 Potatoea, per ton ....f , 9 IS 0 J 0 8 Bacon, per lb. .... 0 0 1 0 0 4 Butter; fresh-per.pound..,. 0 IS 0 10 Dlfto4-s»U't'p((r pound . OOP 010' ?< Egys, per dozen .... 0 12 0 1 8 Cl...

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GOULBURN PROGRESS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

GOULBURN PROGRESS MEETING. A POORL? attended meeting' of the Goulburn Progress ComnSittee WBB held in Mr. Gan non's officeon Thursday jovening/ ' ' Mr. Gannon hatting read the mioutes of pray|j^.-Q»«;ipgt.-';infotme4' tho,:g0nfclatn,en. present that ho had since 'that meeting ?written a number of letters relative to the impoitant mutters which had'been'under ponsideration ; ho then read copies of letters for,warded to Messrs; < Teece; Myers, and Solborrow, M.L.A.'s upon thio subjects of -a new; bridge overthe Wollondilly at the Old Township j the railway from. Goulburn itp-Cooma'; excursion trains for .Goulburn building of a new bourt house j a' oity clock in the turret of the new post, pud telegraph 'offices; the : obtaining of four courts, of' sessions, and four .district courts yearly for, Goulburn ; tbo desirability of establishing refreshment rooms at the Goulburn railway station. Ho had also written to Mr. Oastner, of Sydney, urging the desirability of estab lishing...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 14. Before Messrs.H.H.Voss, and A.Chis[?]olm. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

COULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY H. Boforo MeEsrs, H. EE. Voaa, and A.CHisbolm. DRUNK, i Elizabeth Sullivan was charged with being drunk. She pleaded guilty,, and said she bad only just come out of gnol aod bod no where to go to ; she had been forwarded from Darlinghurat to Goulburq gaol five months back to complete a'sentence of nine months. On being told Bbo "might go" she stated §he would rather go to gaol for seven days) and tbe bench consequently, ordered her to pay a fiue of 20/- or go to gaol for seven days,-the presiding magis trate saying ho would endeavour to . get a pass to Sydney for the unfortunate woman as she. said tier'husband and some other sfriends resided there. f.y,,.,; 1 TTWQOXJWD'MmD. Elizalieth White was charged on suspioion of being of urisoutid tniud. ' Sonior-conetable Einerton deposed: This morning 1 arrested the prisoner now before th:e;COurt by virtue of a warrant which I produce, and in whioliBhe is charged with beiijg of unsound'mind jand unfit to b...

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Handicap Footrace. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Handicap Footrace. Should Jupiter Pluvius be favourably inclined; n good,, aftQrnoou'ir jjport- may be ' anticipated among'tty'e ^ gpolites tliis after noon; "as- there; are' . t:-ISvpj^inations (which are as: follow) jfor theip usual< liandi^ cap,: -MeFarlaupiSlceltbn; 0a^dy,;Fraiikj6h, Roylanco, Coy, Bryspa, and - Wilson. / Mr.: Macpraw, who gave general \ satisfaction ~ihl 'the last handicap/ will a.ot qs handicapper, -and Mr. Sponoor as starter. V ' -' i ? v;1

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Wesleyan M.I.Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Wesleyan M. I. Society. Tho usual weekly mooting of tho Wes loynn Mutual Improvement'Society was hold in the aooioty's nieeting-room, Goldamith atroet, on Wednesdoy evening last. "Pre pared addresses being the business for tho evening, tho following were delivered: - "How to ensure success in life,"' by the Rev; F. Toit; "Our Future," by Mr. W. Q. Oox ; " Suitable Books to Study,V; by Mr. F. Armstrong; " Health," by Mr. Oeoil Daviea'; " Words," byMr. 0. Percival. The business for next meeting will bo the reading of the society's journal~the Mutual Record. *

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NEWS AND NOTES. "Brief, then; and what's the news!"— King John. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

&EWS AND .NOTES. "Brief, then; nn<l(what'«, ihe havif John, . £ . ; Business is very g^uiet in^GFpul^Mrn.;; f VJ., Ellen Wyqne" is'a/slasliing story!'' Yass news on''fourth page; also cable hews. ''' V>;'; .vf il.V' ' Tlio milky way-f rom'tlio (co wshod. to tho pump., I ' ; ,The,Mayor of jijassjs recovering/from his severe' illness.' , . 'Air. Myers''" liquor^motion" is the topic of conversation.. ?..? r . . .... r \< Gossip^,liste4 but'1 to* [betfcay,/and speiik . -but to deceive;- '* -L ' Mr. Horatio Thurston, enfold resident of .Mudgee', <iB d6adi*£#? *.* "K *>" V Mrs. Harriott, mother of Mr. T. W. Jj}cpb, 'iifGonlburn, is dead,'.'* f-.'Sv.'Bf OV/1V The late Hon. T. W; Smart," of Sydney, died [worth ;S248,f000. i >, ' John: MoMhorie is buildiog^d mansion at Potts'Point, near Sydney. , . ' ; ; t M A veiliis the protection ffgsin'st ithW sun' of .' heaven and the;sons of)eafth^^fj ;u( jridf J An Aratnac squatter nowyknows himself, H...

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A Supposed Robbery of Jewellery. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

A Supposed Robbery of Jewellery,. Took place at Wagga on 'Monday ijight., . It appears that Mr. Holtz,'travelled ifpr Messrs.ORoseathal; Aaronj Son, and'ACp.^'of Melbourne, arrived from AlbUry.pn Muij/n&y afternoon, having with him f,ll cases tof samples, amongiwhioh jw,as. one of-jewellery,.; supposed to be worth £500. B"e cajne frbpi ' the train in a 'bus, and put up at Phillijjs^s Ooinmeroial Hotel,(the packages being pij^d ! up in the hall of the hotel. . Next mornijig it was found that the case of jewellery was gone. The casos were placed in 'the hallih tlireo rows of three ench. One of these being the ,missing case, and, on top "of, the 9, BO that pile No. 2 was'larger.' . Tha police are supposed to have some clue to this mysterious robbery, which, it iB supposed' from the manner in which " this case wa$ picked out from the rest, lins been com mitted by 8opi0 one havirig1' some.'lcnewledge of Mr. Holtz's luggage. The firin offer £50 reward for the discovery of the thie...

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Catholic Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 July 1881

Catholic Literary Society. The usual weekly meeting of the above socibty was hold iu the boys' schoolroom, Bourke-sireef, on Thursday evening l«et. There were not a great many members in attondanoe, but those who were there spent ft very pleosant and profitable evening, several Dice pieces being rendered, in cluding a reading by Mr, Futton and rela tions by other members. The whole of the business was got through about 10 o'clock, when the meeting atjourued.

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