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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

|5po^6&lS The balance of tie Victorian loan lias been subscribed' by an association of the Banks. - The missing Sydney letters liare been tEscoverect at Southampton in a portion' * of the mail. Blame is t attached to the ''Sydney o£Sce.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 10, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

?Tslagzap'iiz Isteffigesiee. JTEOJC OC3J TiTT.ITCiaAP'IHC COEEXK KKCDESTS.] SYDNEY. . Tuesday, November 10, 8 p.nj. Tbere was a large- attendance to-<i2T at the late Her. Adam. XJiomsoaV funeral. _ ' " . Melbourne two .,tl? . Ceess Hatch by four t . ,i . Mr. JLeefe "stableti . "hem burnt to the grrmaj, am* a rat r, r k| a . horse burnt to death. * Thelose is,e?thnated at .£6OQI An" Australian.; Stock Conference commenced to-day with closed doors. Maddoci s sca?e_Etaivds; adjourned.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival of the Mail VIA TORRES STRAITS. (From the Herald's Telegrams.) Townsville, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Arrival of the Mail . VIA TORUES STEA.KT3. (Freeitkc IlcratcC* TclegTam.-) TownsvilSe, ThiTsday. The Mail steamship Legislator arrived hero at la.30, and railed again at 5 for Brisbane. She left Hongkong on the iOth, Singapore on the 20th, and Somerset on the 1 st. Passengers.—Mrs. Craig- and child, ?Mr. Tarn; and child, Jlrs. H. Hnrrington, Messrs. Basllii-re and vt ar.i, : Captain Phillips; ?* second-c!.-i-.s, and 75 Chinese. The cargo for Sydney and Melbourne consist* chiefly oF tea. For Brisbane : ; 180 packages "tea, 2 silk, ?1 boxes pearl sago, 50 rattan chairs, oi> bags sago, scvi-ml boxes nutmegs and rciln matting: also erotic plants for acclima tisation. Thii Legislator had slight -winds snd fine weather till she arrived at Somerset, and from thence, south-taat to To\Tno vilic. Tsie Dutch b3.rqnc?n{aTia,Tritiefl?sa, fryni Sjdnc7 t<3 Ss'vnTiS; TTS3 7itsk?4 st Stephen** Island, oa s reef, about i Hα 2nd nitiino-. The osplsin sushis . ?jrife and crew- were Jticke...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English News. BY CABLE. (From the Herald.) London, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

English Hews. BY CABLE. ( From- th* Herald.) London, November S> Election;?, -wliidi hare ha-rc taken juaee m fcwenty-tluee States of the' American Union, ?mil giro the Democrats a majority in tho next Congress. A con^- siiVrable portion of tbe Pxess of ..the United Statcs*rcgarels the resnlt' oF"the elections, so.far, as A condemnation of General Grant's Administration, and proposed re-election to the office of President ?f tho American Republic. The Right Hon. VT. E. Gladstone has written and published'a pamplet entitled — " Political Expostulation," which is addressed to the English Roman Catholics.' Hβ challenges them \ in justice to themselves mid the country, to demonstrate hoir obedience to the - Pnpal authority of Rome is to be recon ciled with the . obligations imposed on British subjects, by their civil allegiance. The result of the elections, to the next Senate of the United States gives 40 Republicans and 38 Democrats. To tho House o?' Representatives, 111 - Republica...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Whose Fault Was It? [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

? W&Qse Fault Was It? Tbk affiliation caw. Weavt-r v. RajTtor, whicb-we .report?I in oar last issue cs harmg; been a<3joufned till resttrdsy, has been tertt?i?at?'<i riitlier suddenly. if not tragically. The cast- had been ad- ; journed. three or four tiuwitj and the interim, each tinw, was four or five dayss and once, * week. .There ia a good deal about the case that seems etrange, and. demand*, ?????.tKak, some explanation. The facts of the ease/ are these :—The complainant is-, s jotrogr ,girl of about seventeen, or eighteen yexre of age, the daughter of rather poor, jet hottest wad industrious psrenfcv residing; at Emu Plains near IVazitlt ; and the defendant Ls WOliaut Johti ltayoor, proprietor, or, s> he states himself, sou of the pro prietor of a tweed factor/ at Gum Phuns. The funplainant, -with several other young people, 'was employed in the factory, and worked. as ?he stated. tici.wiiiiiaHr with the d.-fen<laut in v.: r.K.m call...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court. NEW INSOLVENTS. SCHEDULE FILED.-November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

i:;>w' Insolvency .Courts , NEW INSOLVENTS. SCHEDULE FILED. XO VEMBEft 7- . . Ilehry Hinds, of Tcuturfielil. publican. Liabilities, XiiO 63. id. Awsts, jES'J ICa. CO. SUIIBENDEES. —Cbarltoa Park, of l'itc-etroet, Sydney, gen- (Jemao, Liabilities, £232 3*. ud. Assets, £M, 0 3Ir. Humphrey, official assignee. ' > Edward Ayliner Goggin, of Darlington, priuicr. .Liabilities, £.'£& 4s. 2d, of which £2Uiswcurcd. Assets, X 22. Mr. Humphrey, o!Qcutl astjigaee. Bickard iinckstepp, of Ziiverpool, tanner; ?tinbilitie?, £.52 3s. IOJi. Asuets, wC3 lOd. Mr. .Mackenzie, oiriciftt seoijrncc - t * John Allen, of Gunning, briefcmakcr. Ui bilitics. -£7T,. Asectii, XlB. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee. Augustus liecuav of S&ntly Crcrt, Tamnt, miner. liiabilitien. £101 Cα. -M. Asfcets, £12 l.*s.' JVIr. Mackenzie, official aesa^nce. "Atexsmder Yoniig. of Sandy Creek, Tmnut, mincn Ltaliilities,"x7L' 7k. l<l. Asaete, £39 .Oh. Ifr. Mackenzie, official aeuigiiee. Henry Ucnt, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Apparent Miscarriage of Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

1 Apparent Miscarriage of Justice. At the Criminal Sessions held at l?aun ceston some ' ttrelf<* month* back, a jroungf man respectably connected, being the son of Mr. Art'rar Majne, of Table Cape, was convicted oir ? charge oi criminally assaulting ? young girl 13 rears of age, named Mary Shakles. A m.tn named Hiciey, who had been living with the giriV mother, garc material eridence against Mayne, and upon this and the girl's testimony, s conviction was obtained, and Mjiyne, though protesting his innocence, traa sentenced to death, this sentence being commuted to 15 years' imprisonment, which lie is now undergoing at Port Arthur. A correspondent of the Chronicle sends 'the following farther particulars !in reference to this painful case:— ! " Yesterday' I was shown a letter I' received by a gentleman of JLatrobe from a friend of his residing at Table Cape, containing a copy of the state i ment made by the girl Shackles, in the [ presence of. the Rer. Father O'Calla i gah...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

? Hobice to Advertisers-' * Dr?,TISr.IH ?? p.rtjcii!-?Tlj- r- -y~it*t to ?*r.il " Xm*.l*y? (wwt Fγ ,i*t* : fAh*rw>w i? cnanc* lnvrlior. a. cap fujluimue l??o>-. ?'B?KBI.BT"S Al ai3t~ OiUcc. Kctlcs taCorresposdaats. C<??nrsra. - ?I)BSTSwIltTilo??' oJ?*r?tbatkttcn tavlnrt ?i!<-rf'.ure - c , .i?!i l=: tHi.?froin.ooi?lmij!e <tijktcW b^' l " V? iV'ffiiy* or pu-Micadon. cmv not belnMitKliatlwctollairinEUiuo. -Sir ?.nrn?? A'i?i?i" OiUic, iv, i?I4. Ojx Accounts iMtlMl n .b*iM f?-l bVkiJ to our co.?Uta?lt? for -n cnrT; vtt!f=t?-l?t of the uuia. "S?Qi.er?!' A?oin?" OBtv < tcf'lw 2. IK7?. . %

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Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

?Synopsis jjf. Latest' Sews. CCmuZmteZ-frv-xi tie I'ejterx.J The poj)ul*uu:i <it" France in the tc?c 1872 >ae 3G.1O2,9£1.\ ? :? Messrs. Ksidita, Hill, cad Co.tcpozt having w?d, on accocrrt of Mr. K.'.j)|at M.L.A., from ButterluMii.-, 1&5 iHiliocks; *nd eight c< w>.. at an average of £9 10s. Sd. per Lead. A meeting of the medical profession was held, on Friday night ut the Jletro polttsn HoteJ, Kiug-stree*,' 2>r." Bbwker in the chair. ItirasTeauTreithat-eTerT exertiou should be made- to secure the passage ol Use' Medical Bui ctttrmg tie present session of Parliament. * ? A feY ladies of Syda^y , hive" 'formed themselves into * committee to open & creche, or day nursery, for young duk dren. According- to tie Registrar-GeueraTs report on the returns of the last centu? India contains right millions more m?n than women, being in tlie proportion of twi-lvt* of thr fdimcr to clcit-n of tlie latter. Tlio ?hi>a<?~: p !. .; LrJ O rr...

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Goats. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

?:?":'..' "V ' Goats. ' . : ? SrEjgcine, on goats Josh Billings eftjs : —The goto is a fcoarsc woollen ehoep. , They her a split lioof and a whole taiL They Iiot a good apetitc .infl a sangnino digestion.- Their moral ksracters arc ! not polished; they had rather steal a rotten turnip ont ov a garbage hox then tew enni onestly hi a peel* ot oats. The male goto hez two horns on tho ridge ot his head, and a mnstash on his hot torn lip, and is the plug-ugly of his naberhood. A maskcline gote -will fits anything from an elephant down to hiz oTTii yhadder on a ileti wall. They strike from their butt end, insted of shoulder and are as likely to hit az a hammmcr \z a nnilhead. They :itc ahi ssesoned animal, az much so sx. a pound of as siduity. They arc faithful critters, and will stick teiv" n friend ar. long az he lives in a shanty. They kan klime enrthing iut -r. gre::?y pole, and known the irrtr np a reck n:: nnt.Tr! az a -rrood bine. *A psuitt gote rroiiUl a literary curiosity. Xiicv ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Local and General Kewe. TilE. Weatticu.—Tlie temperature, of t&r. laid, lew day* biui )jeeu much luIUlcr, with tLe pxccptttni of -Sunday, when tlie teat xw rerr tproCt. Ik tlie.xfternoou * thunder- h/'.iTO ihreate'.<-<!: the f-ky berasoo- ovcrcas trtlh oli.udu, au<l there wits a little tiiuuder. IU;to:u1.o H-ight bliuvtVr or too,. surf a bi.KMcrau> westerly wh?l ia, the ewiuiUff, wh cli corolmietl to - ?a?>l the iempeiatiue eojnewiiat, ilium wm IM> ?torn?. . ~ Er-RATiriJ.—l? ?or mportol AH Saints' School titi.t, which took i>l*cc oe.ThttreUy inal, we omitictl to laruUui tlmiittr*trj;rtuii t<. t|i? jn-lw-la'-i attcuding the Day, aa well ?c tlie riuaday-sciitot. T?ir. W'atj:u Surpuinti —A cerrespen iicnt. u-.dcr Oic name of -'Wattrr,** write* tt: coniiiliiiu fit tha ixisuffideac.i; ot tV c water lunply, nx.d the lit tic the viniK of the public: rece-fve - at the hands o> tlic wau-r-canJeiS. A? au illu?tfatfou cif thy l...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1874. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

TVEUSENDAT. yOVCMBKK It. 1?T*. IT SB now ncnrij fviir months Biiice we puMjrAM i!ie. Jirra nmn!>>r of this jor.rnal. We wt r<-I--J t? eimMMi it cm bfiiJjf. tlic large ami important character 6f the district (n-fcicli was. wholly im- ami numerous pn>mi?m <>f Kbrra! support. Our firvt cffurl was made iit |>ffdncinp a wrr-Vy paper )>riiitt-u nut of the district, bnt ihi-'wae ?!>;&.toa t.. Uy a grral many of the inhfthitsipt*—-who ntated tlial they would not Kopnort at pofi.r not (.rinteil in the town. "Wβ then, at ri?inm.ui expense for a country officr, pun-hased an Vlltin lj new "plant, and removed this o-scasa furu?iii-Kir>porl. I'hen the pnpt'r was t?io dear F(?r Him?, bi-i? p only- onto b. , we?-k- for &*"? per qur.ner. lliii ohjf-cticm wj< ?bcxritse Jjtw.u romovi-J, and Sic p?i?T nppraTccl twice & iwk for Gp. per quar'i-r —but iritli tli?" exception of ft ?lr;ij euSiSirilor ?r t\T?>, onr sult wript...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Newcastle. fFEOil OTTfi COBBESrOSTDEST.] The export of coal for the week, ending November 6th, 187-*.'is 22,022 toas, of -which were shipped to Sydney ; 7,603 Mel bounie ; 1,388 " New Zealand : 29 Hsadeay Kiver; 713 Hobart Town; 1.039" Clarence llivcr: 410 Java; 2,4' M San Francisco: ?tOOYokohama; 523 Hongkong; GDI sleamers, and 1,378 for Mora.; Consumption; also BI? tons coke per A. A. Company to Sydney. The usual monthly meeting o£ the Nor thumberland Building and Investment Society was I.eld At the Green Gate Hotet. Waratah. on Thursday last, when upwards oi jEI!H) 7s. subscriptions were paid in. Sir. James Busaell has obtained the con tract for Ihe working of the Government crane* for five' years. Mr. Russell was the former contractor for i hese works. The Theatre Royal Company: have been playing for ths last fortnight to large honse*. During the week Nutator, the man fish, who cats, smokes, and writes under water, has been well received. The brig Fawn, which left this port on F...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1874. Before Mr. Jas. Smith P.M., and Dr. Swayne, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

? Singleton Police Gonrt. TUESDAY, KOVEMBER lOrn, 1874- BcEore Mr. JAa. Smith* P.M., end Dr. SWAXKE, J. I*. , John Church. w? irith a. mm named McGilrary, on . luestlay moniiip. ?t 2 o'clock, in John-street. Constable Sjieacc saw the assault, and arrested prisoner. ?? Fined* 10*., and costs of court. Amount paid. - " .Tanlex'KingitaHe vras final s*. and costs of ccurt. for being: drank, and paid the amount. CaxtUt apiiearecl' on bail charged with Lciii? drunk on Saturday iiight in a public place. Defendant pleaded guilty, anil said he was a. ftranger in the country, only Baring lately arrived from England. Another chiune. tar using threatening btuguagc, ires filed, against defendant, and constable Spcucu'a evidence <fae taken. Defendant did not nee the language com plained of ; although he was druuk, he'said j.Q knen- what he was i oinjj. The Bench dismissal the charge of using threatening laiignitge, bat fincil dufcnlaat s*. for being ilrnuk. Kins jmhL BKEUCK OF THE COCO...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Parliamentary Proceedings. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

i . Parlisraentaiqf Proceedings../" . X From M" IleraM.) ' " ix tlie Legislative Council, on Thnrs ilny, ' ' . ? Mr. Snmnct lalil upon tlic" table n copy of the Coiumrn-ial Treaty am) Jupplcm-riitary. . Convention between Jreot lrili.in am] I'rajicc, aqd abstracts if Grown lai-iJs ie owl for pnblic and ?>Uur par} oscs. 'It wca onU-red that die dt t nmiu'tK be- printed. . .Mr. Fraarr obtn'iii-it leave to intro ?Tnce a bill to nsniile certain trnstors under ihcnrill of Gcrge .Tohn ltogrrs r to nt iku ]>:ovisionx for tlio fialu of cer to'n lonil at I>al-iilighurst, Syilncr. The bill was Im.ught in, and reed ? first time. Air. iiuics asked and - obtninc<l leave' to intrtxkice a bill to amend the Consti " tation, and to provide for the represen tation of the people iv the Legislative Council. '? ?' Mr. Docfccr raised the qtiostion of order. Xhe l>lll revs lijrujyUi. in, rcr.>l a fiitt 'ort&roFtlieday for Thursday week. _ j ?' Mr- Ibjks also obtained ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal.) CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

The Two Friends. A. T?Sc of B-lCt- In Australia. (Written esrjircJttij Car thtt Journal.) CHAT'XKK IV. .Tjsr , a. o. M.] " On, .Tnltii, l?ofc tliore!" s=aiil Frank TempU-, wlu-n Iiis l>rotlu>r joined him ?.n dtck. " Lticlc thrro, at tliai unforinnnlc Mlovri Xl:at one in the light coat unit tr?,u.-:.-rs. I can't lirip langbing at.him, lie cutr- Midi a figure. Jt;st look at luV snltis man '." L.onkii>|". in Uie direction indicated, John K&vr a group of petroiis gathered r."> ifid a ok fug man, irho appeaud t ? Tw '..-.lx'tirinjj uiu.'cr runic great trout c C difficulty. Thr rgont and eciiuc ot i 10 t-ii.p h ?, fiiirrs w..r?r ctuong?t the £T't.U(>. fc?u;ie of tlir:n laughing nt tin jfo<>r folltiw b .rlislr>jK. ?* WJ.nt'B tin xnatlor ?itj? liim Frank?" Julm'asfcetl " V i>r, lu-V Kim-. o:l tlut way frr.u. A{K*t);£,\:i;:v :>> llic expectation of gHtiiij. a hiii?S.:i iHiarii, .im>i. lie was it.... cnt.-v.g7i tii li-ftvc 5 imitation tlicro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE ANNEXATION. How it Game About. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

-' ' TOE JtSXCJATIOJt. ' ? . , Btnr .t uixiJioCT. "?-Pol L* iir?ti* tiei*.s." >^ ; '. r ..lt*?[iitf*.??r.?E'fcii<?**t!>??*ii--iv ; -'i ?-.;???? ? ??' '' ? ? '??" ' twj? ~ -; ?;"??). ?"? -' V - ?.:._."/'Kfe-'Mfii.-tai-iMx>?>**????i R?.ii?i^^?? : v.; , -[~ . V-'.::" ? - "?.' *v-'"A.-cri*it?u , rwlsiiiwi**'" '? : :?'?!.".?'?'??v , W r "" : -??"-~ ; : A?.: An?rid?l?i-? : t?l^-**-tJs;.-;'^/:i;i;:>v^::jfc','' ; ;-. ?V:': -? ?? X!u£c<UDlu^'.Vil?!4r<>osK -" ; v-: v" j- , "-'?'."' -'- '' '?-::>?? So>w.>''l<?tt?!;.t;i?ic;'JSr>t?Sil^J??r.?-" / :'V i --'v ?'?'?? - : '., ?.V;^To ; ? y ; ;,:', [ --. , ;-.'- ?>".? ?'.-:.??- o?s?i?ii'j(Jtc?)Snii ; teKrw ncctir,ir?h?';:''.;';.?;:-; ! - : ;" TXJ3lin?Mlt.*t<??>t?i?-<?WIM? :';"??:-?::?? ?;: -:'\ : :".>??' pule Wl?rlfcjr'jiw?rf:i?.fct* <VJ?*4e*;: ; -.. - ?'-'? v /?-.?.-;- ; : ' '?:">?? - : .iiUe-'?.li>v ?:??.,.'?.? ;.?.?.'?;'?:'?? : ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

j '.?'.//Items, of .Latsst Haws. j - (jftva* the Papers.) The A.S.X. Company intends to bfigiii a monthly lino of sisszavn lietirtvn Sydney ami Levuka, This is scon, sequence of the aimexatioa of Fiji t<> lintian. ?Mr. Terry has given notice that hi* will ask the Government if it intends to place a sum on tl.e Estimates for en larging the Armtdulc gaol. - * A rather stormy meeting was lield lately in Grafton to elect ofticers for the Kaitway League. There .was some diflknlty in making up -the list. The Kennedys wilt perform again hi Sydney on the 16lh inst. The . frnit stalls in George-street Markets begin to wear' a summer-like ' appearance. Magnificent- strawberries | are m great abundance. A small lot of , -cherries from' a Parramatta orchard on Thursday brought 2k. fid. p:>r lb, to tin ..grower. Last week a shipment oi cherries arrived from M-.-Ibnurne, and weie retailed at Is. fid. to'2s. Tin first of ttie . season's importations o: g.iosebcrries from Tasmania ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE RACES ON TALES' COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

THE EJ.CI6 OX KAIJBS' COCBEB. _ The fondooKs of the people- fcr sport I in which hone* are 1 the chief .*ctor8, [ w*s exerapiifiej in the Urge *tt?tdancc ?i this course, which was ittaugurat?l so Eocceesfitflx in September i>j- two . days'racing. The -whole of the coarse was meely ateathed in. grass, and the view- frem.the fioat, to the,west and south* ira? a. very pretty-omft. . - - At a quarter past twelve, the warning hell raog-for the first race i —' Krse raccv—Th? fionter Bi m Pl?ie of j£stf? addet* tomnreepsta&esef ;£S . each; 1§ mile. - - * ? —--;- — -8?t Sib*, <Stulej> ? 1 "~r —" —"??? *?*?? Oi- -Alcorn) 2 , .A. J. Cobciroff. b. K . Veto, B jam, ' — ? "<*, CJ- OTimshaw) S "With the plentiful use of wlup "and .spur, the race ended ss abo.TC. Ximp, 2 mm. 5-4 eece. Second Race.—The Members* Hurdle Race of 30 sot-s., added to s swi-ep ?taic? of 2 sore, each ; not cjcceed ing fonr feet high; abont tiro miles. ?Mr. F. <S. Wanfa eh. g....

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prince of Wales' Birthday in Maitland. (Abridged from the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

\ Priitce of Walesi' Birthday in ! j,';-. Maitland. - (Atoridged from the Xcrmry.) Ybstesday" the Prince of Wales'Birth dayyjras kept as a close holiday, end the weather, though warm, was nicelv I tempered hy cool brreszes. Beside* th'e i races on. Eales' course, and the cricket match, there were a nnmber of private pioii&?xcurs:ons, snd the day generally was passed in a very pleasant Tray. Th? special trains from up cr.nntrr vrero crowdej whli .phsscnecrs. rn?nr r.f ! ?crhorn stopped in slait!and for tho race?, ' but. a Tery larg-o number r.-n to ! -n Hjaay 'ty '. ; Mni ll\u<l* dso toot . advuulagt; of tins I -OBportuiiiiT .to risit ses ?id?fs...'

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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