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Northern Agricultural Association. QUARTERLY MEETING OF COMMITTBE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

?'Novtlxern Agricultural Assp ".: ?'.? .?." ciation, ...;..":,.,'' ' i" QDAlVfEULY MEETING OP COM- ; MITTKE. . ? . :?? ; Tuis qtmrterly meeting of the general committee, woe hold on YVuclriosilny. jnst; fit tbb Iloy.nl Hotel. ?'??/???: [ Tho following members woro prosont during the meeting;— Messrs., S. B. J)igbt,B. Dixon, J. Willis, Jas. Mooro, ?. T,.l,o<ler, ft. AHoruVW. Ash, P. Wnddy, 11. Glcnnio, E, DrfiUo, P. J. G. M'Douitl!, J. N. Brooke, and .the Seorotury, ............ in tho unavoidable absenceof thoPio aidcnt, Mr. !?>. B. Diglit (one of the Vice-presidents) occupied tho ohnir. KXI'OUT , OF MISAT. Before calling upon the Secretory to road tho ~ : Tho Chairman enid.ho had Bot boon amongbl thoin for Bomo timopast. Tlioy knew why, : Ho was then?, howovor, for tho epucial purpose of culling attontion to n very important subject, IJo ijndor- Btoodthat although fcliis Associajiion was Agricolturnl in iinnie, it was also a i'lstor"! Aflsotintion, They woro all awaro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRUE STORY OF "ROBIN ADAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

THE TRUE STORY OF "HOBIN AI>AIB." ? The hero of "Bobin Adnir" wtus well known in tho London fusliiouiiblo ciroios of the list century by tlio, sobriquet of iho "Ifortiinato Irishman;" but hia'pfirentage ' and tho exact pluco of his biifch avo un known. Hβ woe brought up us a Hunjeon, but " his detection in an cuvly uinourarovo him precipitately f torn Dublin," topuehhis foitnnes m England. Scarcely had. ho oro?aed tho Channel when tho chain of lucky oventa t.hut ultimately led him to fdino and fortune commenced. Near Holy lioad, perceiving ft u.irringo overturned, £0 ran tx> render assistance. Tho sole occu pant of tho vehicle \>a? v " lady of fashion, well known in polite circles," who received Adfiir's attentions with lhunl:n, and, being slightly hurt, and hearing thut ho wan a surgeon, requested him to travel with hor in her carriage to Lond. n. Ou their arrival in tho metropolis flho presented him with tv foo of 100 guineas, and gave him a general invitation to her hous...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PROUD MISS CHARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

THEPEOUD MISS CHABLINGTON. Holen Ojubldtotoh vu as -while aa tho enuino cloak which olio, had wrapped about hor head and fuca. Perhaps it was tho night ?ir that made her AiTer; brit abe faoed Dr. Warren Bolton with a determination which needed no word) for its expression. '< But, Helen—rr" , " LUten to mc. If you cannot stay to night, do not coma to mo again anywhere. It ie tho end between un." "Helen, Helen!" Her oyaj had not left hij! face. " Ar? you going f" iho eaid, slowly. '? .For ?? instant he seemed to warerj tint only for an instant. '; . ? ,:, "I am going, Helen," ho (aid, slowly; " if you ever w?nt mc I will come back to y0n. ,, . " " ?.? : ;:,': ....-???..? : Ho donbttd afUrward if she had oren heard too words, so quickly did she turn away from him. He caught tho dazzle of the brilliantly lighted room which, the entered, turned lie face to the darkness and tho cold again, and strode off whero duty waited foe him, The Charlingtoiu were called " a htrd family," ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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IRISH LULLABY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

;?:. ' IKWH V ? Tun following prelty lullaby in culled from a "volume ot Irish verso, entitled ngouffii of.KiUarnoy," by Alfred Torcoyftl Oravcajpublisliod by ialileter & Co.. Ludimtft Hill, .London: — 'I'd rock my own sweet childioto rest in v cradle of gold on a bough of tko willow, To tho eho-Jieen aho of Uio wind the west, and the ska hoo lo of the soft soa billow. SUep, baby dtmr, Sleep without fear, Mother in hero bceido your pillow. I'd put my own eweofc rfuldio to uleop in n eilver boat ou tho beautiful rirer, Whero n ?ho-heea whisper tho white o?s -c?de?, and d slid too lo the greeu flnga ?kivor. Sleep, b&by &t*t, Sleep irithout f??r, Mother ii here Yfith you for eror. Sho hoo lo! to the ri?o ??d falS of mother , !) bosom , til deep has bound you, "- And oh, my child, >vSint (;oii?r.n?fc for rosier r*at could love har? fomid yon! Sleep,-V?by dear, Sleep without fear, Mothtr'4 two anus are daspad around you. -_ ? ~ ? ? ? ? A posTsatijD Mow.—L?dy: "...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Traveller. LIFE IN BRITTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

%xMlm., LIFE IK BHUTAN*. ? - Harptr's WeMy. : Tiw fcwst attrition of BriUasy Iβ ?? the ptmatitrj," and n? vender, for Ibej are qnite ruf 'j7<rn?rt?i ? soite diflertnt? Irom-^H- otb?t p6pnl?tipn?.': Ihey combine Ihe- sombre, tflottara nature ef lh? Spaniard, with tber droll, wild 1110 of tb?-Iri?b. - If i? diffiualtte nn<J?it?nd k*tr -tb* ?ane people oan be silent ?ntl noi?r—reetrrcd and tonnisg ore wf?u jollity. Yet iait i?. Th?e mint b?A sttaia o( tiger 1a ajopnlatloo whioh ooald amm?iliH)l ?? lately si 1817 in culling tbo life cut of frUodi with a whip ciada' *ftw tfcis faihlon ;— Laih, eigkhen feet loug, entiling at a litib dl?t?at!e from tlu handle t? the tblokneaj ofa> wan'f arm, from whence it ta??r?d to atffiettii end ittengly knotted end, nude wort like a knife ky the help of a mister* ?( gin*. Tbl* Jlsytbing wai flxod npoa ? etrenj, utifi fllek, sad oft?o not only ?at % man Into ?t*akOat eometim** ont o*i tb* lit* o< ki* at?ilo|l? ?trok?....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 July 1880

-,d %<i?'ih Local Wewa, etc s '? (AT 'the Boll Oommittoo ineoting on Wed-i and tho procoeding9,at which pro ? reported in nnothet column, one of the mem-. mh %&% mohtlonod that ho had boon esTco.d thla ??> nfoeetfon— " Will it bo' a decont ball V?' Tho i.f/,absurdity ot aucU a question la ouly.too ap. paront wboo it is romombored that the list or ?towards Inoluilostho following gentlemen ; ?' i-Mesirs. o*. Lodcr, J. It. Smart. P, Waddy, E. Dlson. H.P Staoy, J. W: W. Ontnpbell, Pi J. C, M'Dounll. iiud W. A. Wilkinson, nnd ,/that thq ball is being, organised under the ,?JUoot auspices o£ tho Northorn Agricultural ' "''Association, which Includes Iα its list of ? IheHiboWi nil tho leading residents of tha dis- HiutJinnd line for ltn patrou the ruprcsimta .'t tovu ?f uci Jlnjcely llio Quceu of the United ' i ,King<lpm end hinpicss o£ Indin. Buroly nil " ft hundred fold gtiiirniiteo that it will f"*l)O '"? decotot bnll." |i ' Thk Nowonatlo riiilhnrmonic S...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Appointment of Electoral Roll Collectors under the New Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Appointment of Electoral ' Roll Collectors under the I ? - '> New Act. ? I THR following iu taken from a rap ,i. Whereas "by t>10 "EMoral Act f i ,1880;" it' 'ia -enacted! 'that wKom "1 Electoral-Dielribt'odmpVisea several £? tiona.of one Police :DiHtri/l; .where b PqhcotDieUtcti Qompriwe sovJi .Electoral ??*? ?ftT. c U*-Reclamation p ' l)Bhea in th.v Gazette, ?Si-'W,kJ£y Courfci of Petty Senior.* within dS by which ?tl l e a p J pS went of Colliotorforth?purimee 8 K fore,l,;the Governor nforceaid.- in coo] pliancpwith the requiromonte of the eiiJ A . C k do > re ky , ! eo 'ar?,?n<l<ix the Coam of Petty Se?Bipne, : nnmea in .tb?, wliodole hereto appended, to bb ? t]i o ' CoqVts <,( ~ Petty wlHdJi,' witHm the several Llootoral Dietrictij of thacoionv the appointuienta of collectorii'for ti? pnrpuses of the: Baid: Act shall be made. ' Qunnedahr—Giinnodiih end Quitjndi v > The ; Gy?ydir-Warialda; '? Morco,' Ilia geraj?nd ,Y?tmi)n.';.; ; ( ',...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

c -'Extracts. -I'amworthNewt. . . 'Interesting Facts.—The iiurgesi'octta In tha world is the Pacific; tho largest ea, the: Mediterranean ;. river, Amiuonj gulf, Mexico; cape, Horn ; Inko, Superior;,bar Bengal;, island, Australia; city, London; pnblio building, 8t; Peter's, EorriO; hotel, Palace, L San Francisco; steamer, tho Great : Eastern; desert, Snhara: .theatro,.Grand Opera House, Paris; State, Tdios; terri tory,' Dakota ; park, Phoenix',''Dublin;'' highest mountain. Mount Everest, Hindus tan, Asia;; sound, Long Island ; railroad, : Central and Union Pacific;. canal, Grud Oarial, China ;?':bridge, that ovnr tha'Tar, "at Dundee, Scotland [largest railroad depot ia'thoSt. Pancras, London j tholargestroom in the world under one roof,' Military Boom, Bt, Petersburg ;;? strongest fort, Gibraltar; longest ship, the Romsdai; sailing ship ol greatest tonnage, tho Threo Brothers," .Oattle iN'Arj?TnAlili.—Thero are'Wt. ; than 1,000,000 horses in Australia, including New Zealand.; r Thc n...

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The Australian Cricketers. London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

;::; ; :-'':TUc/Anst*'nlinu , C;rickiBt<5r i ff,, ; ! '??? ? ? ? ? '/ ';,'? ; 'London, July 15.' j ;;'. ~') Thb' !rnatch "between- the ?-.Australian; tbc.county:. resumed to-day. ?The former continued their' inni4ga' and'gave a tino display 1 of battingy tie home team being unable , io disposQ.of.thom. when, the, matcli : closed. Murdoch made a great statidj and wag, rbowled after -scoring 73,, and : thoitdara put 200 runs .together with the loss of ?seven- wiokets; : ; T.ho other 'prlnfciphl Scolrers .:Vv^rie.-r?anuerraanr22, Groube 22, Blaokham; 20,' Spofforth,,39, -iS r ?bylo ;i4.; Tlie^matchvwhfrdrawn grpatly. jn favour; '.iff the., ; Au?triiliaii?, who had still thrco men to go in. ; ?? - ? ;j;!; "'? -Zit;-. o,: k: v;;; ? ,: ,.i..?: ??? July 16.; ??? -The; Australian Cricketers commenced a mtoliat pidhani to-day- ogaineti/18'' of- , thfl; ! ;\yernetu piubi' ,TI15;; pickets were noti iii good oi'der, renderdd heavy by! recent cbiitiniious rain,: and run> getting ;w...

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Sticking-up and Capture. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Sticking-up and Capture* A cbimEHPONDENT of tlib Ur'dild Times 'gives tlio following pnrliculnre of the aticking-up of'aoine; Cliinartien at Glen JrfoHson; nhd-the capture of two .of the bushrangero :—A case of , robbery under artnH.was reported to , the Watcha police, on Wednesday, . J lino 30, as haying on curro'd on the, previous evening at Glen Moriapn. A Cliineuo hawkor named Ah Chuiig, whu carrion on biininosa at the Rocky .River, and hie'assietnnt.Ah Chang, ; woro camped with a cart lond of general inerchandiuo on .the. , diggings-."at Glen Morison., On Tuesday evoning, about 8 o'clock, they worb,ntnokMip by four men .witlrblaekonod facofl, and one at least of. '"whom carried a rovolvor.- 1 The robbers' oaeod thoir victims- of bouio Inonoy iv notes and cash, and also pilferod some goodslfroih.tuo dray. -Besideu this, they ttiofc.Bomo qheqnea, but on departing liniidod thoiu back.,, The victitns of, this, ; , outrage (tho seboii J'vf tlie.'kind that -has ! ocaurrod in this dJH...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

* i European Cablegrams. ; \,M' :^^~^^^'^0^^ l^:^ . i-Mi' h > q rWWO jot Commons, this ereu lng;--thb-lfefqtt|s' ! v iDf' Hartington,; in the late Afghan war, jqx ?pressed .the', opinion that it wn? rinlo juati Wat a ,frat& etantialJportiop; of .tUft wa^.e^eneeej' A meeting o£;,Wbig raembors: Wbb heldto day, withjrefetenco to tbelrialJ Bijl now, .before Pariiamontji and paseqd resolutions,. cpndomnatory:, „ pf, the* ;igeae.gr<>.; \J %j f V j ? & £ i V? f, & \u'. The .I}%, granting compensation , ! to evicted;tenants,; and which was inircK ducod continued to opposition, and' asabsorbiriga attention in and but of ? ParHSrneiit.' : :VA'jroldnged mohs this.'evonihg,,iW.heii)au-iropprtant amendment .was iintrodaced....by- Mr. .projriding;, that ;,lendlords ehohia. nSt'bef relieTed'from making' comnejnsationJlo toban^?:j£. they, refneed % accept !<iW"tei;ni? proposed by ihe latter without ?'offering; ; ;a reasonable alternative. The amen...

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The New Electoral Law. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

The New Electoral Law. The following ore' giyeh' aa : ' the,' boun daries, of [the ;elect,6ral', diBtriotJ ,of Petriek'sPlainB, Iα]jtliei,;Acfcjpnblisliec|- ; ai a Bopplement '? to the Government Gazetteon Mondaylast '? '"; ?' |'.. ,';.i''fiimfcradng.a southern; -portion -of. the county of Durham tlionotth-eastorn' portion of -the county- of Hontor and', the! of Ho'r&nmbbrland and boandod on the north by the ? range 'from' the ? Mdunt Koyal we?terly 1 i diTldin'g ! 'the ?natera' ; pf the; 'Boncljeli'Brbot..;Sainf Hillier's Brook,and Muswellbrook from' Falbrook Poybrook and the Salt' Water' Creek on the West by that range ,'and the- Beckon' h"ne':','. forming'. .the . oastorh 'loandaries of,, MacartneyVi ?.? Pringle'e" Bobortson'e" and Sharpe's lands and , the mstem boundary of the 1 Jerry's;; Pjains Iteservd tothe'BOnth-Westppm?r.'of ihajb ?reierT.e and thence by the range! dividing the waters of Parson's Creek- and tho Wollombi Brook from those of Doylo'e Creek.on the epntl...

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Melbourne One Generation Ago. [BY ONE WHO WAS THERE.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Melbourne One" Generation [nr one who was thbbe.J ? 'American Exporter'. " '? Thiktv yaara ajjo tho moat enngulno be liavor in human progress nnd tlib great future of Australia, If landad at Williams' (.ovrn,—tskon up the,tea tree scrub lined Ynrrn Yivrrn to Colo'a wharf ;flt Melbourne, nml from thoro placed on Datcnjan'n Hill, where John Pascoo itawkner nnd tho bncolio Argonauts from Tasmania's, shores, who crmio to ?\\y out the land, that perndveuturo it mij,'lit nffurd rlnsturage for their Increasing flocks, first pitched their tents and held Cur- Toborc'o with HiQ aborigines,—told to look to thn Bouth and eeo thu rivor liko n eilvcr thread (lowing through nn open forest of pum trees, or to tho north nnd coo tbo un. dulating swell of pliiin and tiaibor, east to tho Dandenonp; ranges, orwest in the direc tiou of the Moorabool Hills und Oecloug Hay, rmd after viewing thu scene, was naked what ho thought of it, ho would bfty.ns many liavo said, "This is a line pastoral country but i...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

LONDON.' '. ? -, ,-, ' * Monday.' ;:%<s' J)auj// Newt :8tpU#:;thet-;|tbe AtntiaSsftScij cjfrael-VtWiiniodi'v th£ ; 6nlten that in theiTeat'of bis tiffering , Msutance to of. the;,Bor]in Conference, ibe fate" of "the Khedivoof \ ..:, Up nnd five Tories have been unseated for corrupt practices at tboj-econt general elections'. The Times states that the evacuation of Cabnlha? commenced.-;;.',' " ; : Admiral ; Hobart"'Pa6linj' wlio comf manded the Turkish Black Sea fleet dnring the late war,' has refused. jtd act in any way against tbo, jGreefc,, Govern ment. V'"..' ' '-, : '?'??]:'> n'-i ?i'-M/ ; The Turki?h Governirient; continues to mass troops at ? important points; and Iμ ordered a number of men'to" the .Dardanelles. ;^....; i ~,,.; .:,;;;!.-; iJ;i ; ' T

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Pledging a Husband's Credit. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Pledging " "' ' ' Oredllt. British tredesmon (wiye- an Bngllek | papor) who act as if in nil circuinetanoos a married mam wero liable fof obligations I contracted by biu wlfo, noed not be j surprised if they BiiSerlossiu consdquence. The other day; for example,: a grocer ; 'in'> Blackburn, brought aa action against a man named Whalley to recover the earn, of £8415e, lOd., oflbged be due for grooorioa supplied.'The' neconnt waa run; up by Mrs. Whnllav, bat her liuaband bad; 'givenhoFetribt brdtire on credit, and-he! '? gave her Bufficioht allowanoe to . keep tbo house by ready money payments; Ho, had not- too ;remoto3t idea that his inetructions were disobeyed until nftor his wife's: deatb, when tho plaintiff proaonted the bill, pay-. Mont of .waB,rofrised; Mr. Holton, th'oi County Oonrt 0, Judgej' decided in ( favour ;M( Whalley, ab(f'explained tbe i law senaibly and simply.'?) '.'Bvery man,"; said hie Honor,' '* had a right to lay down J laws for the regulation ofbis own house '...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

ABKKT -i" Taeed?y. ! The cattle and sheep markets are very dull; beef is worth 10s.; wethers are 11s. 6d. to 12s.

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

TELEGRAMS^ SYDNEY. Tuesday. „ -Mnw'of tlio late W. CWent *5Si".J Nomooa, Englaiia, lut W grfiefS Executive Com- nSuoua, leaves Melbourne for Sydney 55, hiring made all necessary pre- Wniry arrangements for the repre?en- E of this colony at the Melbourne Lmational Exhibition. - The Chinaman who was stuck-up s by Uiahael M'Namera, near Adelong,. has ST from the effects of tbe aasault. < Jfr. George Higinbpthsm ww yeatef j, v |T oro in as Judge at Victoria. flir Charles. M'Mabon, Murray Smith, ai tlit Hon. — M'Bain are appointed rLjrd to distribute to the polico the Jj„d Jn connection with' tbe 'Kelly %ed Kelly was yesterday 1 rimftndod for wother week, being still to ,P & Governor, v Lord Loftus', gives fte statement n Vanity Fair, in refer-' ence to his bemg disappointed with the colony and having applied to be relieved, i most emphatic contradiction; in 'fact, ia Excellency says bo r wos J never kppior in his life than ho has been pact his sojourn m Sydney.' The S...

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Shepherd Life in California. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

I;.m Oaliforiaia- I '--'','' '. " ; . <\ The life of a 8Hej)Kerd4ior flheop-hefder' in: the vernacul or—in < California -is' flo: einecnreviviDuring the ; greater part of the yeeri—in? ifact,- et all tiniee except \. I l '.lanibing/ ? -iand;when engaged 'atjthe; /home, ranch, at the ttiomehtons opaoha and the shepherd; lured as'solitary a lifeas tha!t of any iearly, Christian hermit/in the wilds;; of? Sinai or.the-Nnbiari-?desert.- Hd la;i i relegated: to the company Wf hid alujep,! andolus; dog, '?? it-h e-had: onej" for some: JBbdep owners will ?> not permit thd' use of; r.dogsT They; aro'his only associates of the'animal world; as tbe days and weeks' speed.'on; ; Ohcd a week,; perhaps; the man who oarrici the rations' around to ' the; various camps may-chat with him'for a minute or two;; if he has time ; but more frequently will not sedPhim'.at all, leaving the lf grubb" at the camp; wfcile the shepherd may bo two or three 'miles away with his' band. Once...

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Late Sydney News. (From our Exchanges.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

, - ; Late Sydney News. ' (From our Exchanges.) A6 the half-yearly meeting of,the 8,4. noy Exchange, a'dividend was declared at tho jrata of <5s. por share. The Australian General Asenrauce Association has tdao declared adividend of half yean:' ' Hail fell' to a depth of sir inches at Manlyj.on?: Saturday,i: Several;pieces Sundw. ;;: ;Mt:: ,Goc||burn,slid WM r >S.aturdayi!ijM--M.y:>i??;;;;!:?.'. -i;jv; "??:?? The steamer Omeo has 'arrived from Melbourne.; with J-487. bags po.tatoee of JonrVetoi ?*;)' :?;, a'i'..;>. ;i-Ja- m-:-, W\',- ? >'''' ! 'Th'6'hbavi6st : 'fali:-of i: iiiO!ir-*eT(^.irit.' neeaed^Jji^Bral^jiropdj.o^nfrdd.^dey, frequently indulged in. ,r Mount Jell*. aehort'distmiofffrdintlieitbirn, presentei.a magnificent sight; 1 , ''' i ' , l]iV { kli;p , 'HydaepeBj 200i$'tone, out ward bound from London for Melboaru collided: with another Vessel dnnng i! r jhnt'.'sftw 'jujjji paitiyigeri is -Mr> Jlorree't&bas; retnrned from tie Tembfa g6ld fi...

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Mr. Alex-Stuart and the Public, Instruction Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Mr. Alex-Stuart and the Public, . Instruction Act- Mb,"St'oar't writos tothoS.M.Herald iu reference fjO a tolegram from Bulli', a'non't hisyiowB. on tho. new Education; Act during his candidature for IUawnrrn. , He'aaj?.:, I stated my .viows yery; cftrefnlly at , VVotyongong;, Bulli, and; Daptd, in as ; nearly , at) poasiblo the: following words :—,';.. ,-,„'... ?:..???. . : I '. ?'?'..l wieti not to, bo misunderstood on; ithifl' B.ubjoqtr-Education—my riewe aro ? tolerably well known, as having held that tho lato Jublic Schools,, Act, which in cludes Denominational; scboole is the system beet suited forithie country. ?.. ~1 and otbors likonunded, have fought for hayo been bonton—it is no plo'aeant't'hing for!.any,TOon to. acknow ledge that bo has boon beaten ; 1 do, however, franldy acknowledge. it, i but tbo'ugh boatqn not ncoessorily convinced. lam euro tint, my .strongest opponent wou'ld.tliink very -little of we if .1 were now'to' ssy-that I npprovoof,the present ~;I ani.prepar...

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