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Local News etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

etc. IT may interest those ratepayers who have reportly numbered amongst the "waifs and strays" at the Police Court to know that half the amount of the fines is paid into ?"-the ''Eiclif>n!:'?\'of tho Singleton Borough. : '.^ff^ho^*'.?-?.'8??? ??? J? 00 B4*nia'-"Pnnd:''Xly i> -ww. ? bo ??" interesting to know'hbw v. ,, .?l * anll ;1B _" 8 - -? pqaertof, ~Wpseldom hear-of- i?o members Ofethe.Forfe iccciying Rtautafrow it. ? TOE effect of thoWb bountiful.'rains ha? bflerl'ninrkod'ln thb Vlueyarda.'' The ronjor poiitibn 1 ot the Vinti* now clva-groat promise " otj/jafjpiendiil:- wine .season. : i'ho rain. waifbowe?er* ' 0O £??d to tbo.l'inc?u ??rjety intsbmo of the vineyards,. and its advance, has- been tbb rapid in cotiKwmcucc. .-.-, ?„.. -.vvpt ?;"??; "?'. ? THE olectors of Tamworth nro,informed In tttt-advurtisevneut in one of the local pupM*, that Sir. M. Burke is a cuiididato for iheii '?.ttfJerrage?.' Poor Tamwortliians how ,th?y njtt? ivgu wi? wish w tyfilett?v? ' THB JUus...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. Saturday, October 9, 1880. Wanted—Some Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

"SwpBYSW t WO MA8XEI1, OP ffp >8E(JT "Be just, and fear n.->t, ?iOltzMiL THE Jt?DS THOfc AIM'ST AT BE ]Thy Couhtby's. xinr Ood'b amd Tjiutu'b." '.' ,' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1880. , ' ' Wanted—Some Enterprise. THE exportation of meat promise to become a stock question. This is not meant for a pun. The matter is of such serious importance to the future etmt parity of this colony that it promises to '''*} be honored with a position on that neg 1/l ''|lSC{fld f ( shelf whereon New South Wales j (a,! ' Is wont,to lay op important questions >r generally., It is so comfortable a thought that a question wants to bo dealt with on a comprehensive scale, and that an , thus 'it, hand for postponing ?11 action whntevor. Let it lie, and j-igdomj to deal, with it will come to us * ,'* as.socp jas ytq want it. Such is tho plea 1 ' ot ihe_dnwdlcre> Somebody el?o will do i _'r B " on wo hother ourselves 7 ?? THos'g'rcat enterprises are strangled in &' 'Ihe'fr'mrtlf: for, want of a ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Free Selections' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Free Selectors , Conference. A- t MAiiiPKeTo lias -been issued "by tfie-. Oonferqiico of , 'Free Seloctora , ; wluctii recently eat in Sydney/ ' There were'21. i3elpgate8'prc8ent..;.!..'Tl|ie, v &i)kujiieetA Wits' prpserittid by ,thb r 'delegates; who wfcri introduced to the Minister for Lands {by,-, Mr. B; fiarbbur;'" M.L.Ay, on; W day;' morriingv;;. Mr.,';Hoskips. received. the, deputation, in aud' detailed to them the action the present Parliament; had, taken to free selobtpra'. requirements.Healso promised that, although, the: manifesto, if carried | into, effeot, would almost; revolutionize j the land polioy of the country,, it,should' have that' con?idera'tion from the Gov?, eminent which', coming from, tho hands of bo 'respeotablb: a body, it'wasentitled ? to;recoive.^;-;i."'i'?;?'-;.;' ''?' : -;r';''; ;: j'"v i ?" We'appbrid a bbpy of the; re?oluiJiobs embodied in the manifesto. ' j '? I.—That it is desirable that interest upon Conditional Purchase Balances should fo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Harvest in Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

The harvest in Great JBrit'ajn'i Cattner's It is gvfttifjjtng lb,a't the harvest in- Englaiyl'htjs; : tjiie yeat' cicceedecl that. 6f"ihd'' ! preyipxj8 : one by not Icsstban a,76iO,60O quarters, UiiW slightly ox- deeding an average crop, which' is' esti mated, at 11,278,000 quarters." .Tho' average coWumption in the _ritish' Islands is reckoned at 24,000,000 quar ters, and thereforo nbdut 12,500,000 quarters must be imported to supply the wnnts ( of .tho ppople for the year 1880-81,'.'-'? in tlip. disastrous ! year 1878 thei librhe-grown.yifild tf* wheat reached only to 7,045,000 quarters, leaving tlio 'en'onriqii's quantity 'of (1 00,O i quar-; tcfa to be imported, in, order'to. supply tUo requirements of the nopujaticiD. , is hoped that tbisgrqat 04 \\\s yield of previous year will ii"- -I|iq funwera in.o ,A " J " " : ?v" .P l,t ,j„_.- ? o „ou spirits, after the ..oj.reasiiig seasons and severe -losses of the past. ' Notwithstanding the largo population engagod in manufacturing in...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

? Ah," Mon Dew l^Tbisj??'we''presume} to 1 ? tho extatio exclamation of the; .Swiss moofa taineeraa helays.hia ht?nd, <ra his diaphragm;'; ' after tbssthg oil: a "modicum; of] 'J t)c,w,o£ the;. Alps, J ' i nB : a Btomach{c and'app?tiiict. This . .Old pordihl o{ the' Hol'vetiaft'ia'truly aeliclous to, the. palate as .well as' j-efrc?bing to. the ] exhausted inner man,,.and wo; .Cprdiallj; ] thank' Messrs, M.' Moss a]rid I Cp,,-.ngeata.,ot;; 'the: proprietors for 'Australia, and, thronga ; them-only can it be obtained; Weadvias.; the manufacturers to Bend morbof itand:to ?keep sending.lt.,pThe miners : like.tt,.,BS ao ; .. tho Stock farmers and cattle tohdoraiSQ oo ;, the' city folks,' as in' fact'does/everybody. W,., 'theaanitiveproperties ! aaa" restbrative m antidote to malaria, .there'canbeno aoabt. And then the flavoor-rper, Jovol is a ' I draught for Juno wh.en she banquets... - ' Hotiowix's Ointment ' and" Sata.-r , Diseases'of the most formidable arid ctironlfl .cha...

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The Wreck of the Susanne Godeffroy. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

The , , Wreck of tbe SUsanne Cfodeffroy. J ID. % ALLA.N, ttarboiir Sfaiitcr, i After : a long; and; paljent' in^ne$(;|; Captum Edmondseri, tho jury risturned the following verdict at 12.15 a.m. pn " That-Rob?rt u _d_ondBbri : 'if ns : drowned pa TueSday, ; ,'tub'2Bth-' September i>ltinib,;;iri on-} ?deaviiuiing to" mnkV' the 1 sbpki'from''tb6' wreck 'of '????. the?-Sasiinu'c'Qddeffrpy,''i^tb6 l ' Uight, ?": outside' ?'' Newcastle}} Harboiih. }}},Xbo; following''rider''wni< blso Adtled I :. The jury | 'desires'-to'add .the follbwlng rider' td.tbb ye-r*} diet, viz.,—They' consider that*'tie' vessel i. was in a moetunscaworthy.condition, when : ahe went'to aca; they ojnsidcr the flap' hoist* !? ed by >tho- vessel conld not bo diatfi-gbish^d as toeing: the ensigtfunibn ddwtt;;they are bf, : opinion that the partiosdn charge oftherl.it?*'. ? savmg. apparatus are plameableror not noting moro promptly ;'fand they further'c'b'iisidir; Captain-"'M'Oue,- of- the Ajax, deservi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

?ENGLI8H AND FOHEIGN , 6oMMEtiCIi]S 3 per cent. Console, |=| Bank rale of discount per cent, 1 1 Market rate 2 per cent. |1 Wheat: Adelaide, 48s Gd to lOifid'J Flour: Adelnide, S3s 6d. 11 Tallow : Beof 33d jjer cwt.;' mutlofj 84b. ( T% Pig iron 50s. IJ Henneqey'a brandy, 10s Gd, l| Mart?"ll'a brandy, 10s 6J. ' f| New Zealand wheat, c\ slifp 5 per cent. New South kaM d888 ; 1902) 111. , \i 5 per cent. Now South Wales lout'S (18741898) 106. , \$ 4 per cent. Now South W'al-e loaf "I (1874-1898), 106. t , (| 5 per cent. New Zealand 10-40 ecnil 5 loan.lOii. ' r _ fl 5 per cent. New Zealand IoanfISSOUJ io2, ?? , ? 'm 4? percent New Zealand Joan i)7|?M 4 par cent. Victorian loan (1863-fe 1 1901), 99& , 1? 5 per cent. Victorian loan (1894) 1091 5 per cent. Tapmanjan loan 118034 j 1901), 1151. ( ]- 4 per cont, Qneonsland (1913 lOlolF 93. |, 4 per cent, South Australian (1804-1 1916), 97. , J 4J- per cetit Victorian dobentnrcsL (1904), £10D 15b., , f 'Tin: Straits,and Australian, £%i"...

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"Corrupt Practices" at Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

" Corrupt. ?raotices u , ?, at ? ;:..;.'.! ,\ VEleotionsvi' ?--?=;v 1. Tms following are tho pifoiftipal. clauses fn the .Jieir Electoral .A'c£ which, relato to cqrfupt praolieee'.at.eJeckionB : :???.-??? J . :Ab. .All, and. each ot tb'o following ools ' shall' be deemed- and taken''to' bb corrupt i practices that is to say I (li)' Hiving money ; or'auy.other article whatsoever toany '.Elec tor: with n view, to innnobcb"'hia'vbte., (2.) Holding ot\t to any ESioetoV ady promise Or expectation of profit advancement or enrich ment to himself-or : to'any-6f his family or kindred friondsor dependents In'any shape in border to innuence'his vote. (3.) faking use of any threat to any or otherwise Intimidating him; in any manner with a view to iuauanoehis vote. "'"(4;) . Treating any Eloctor or supplying him' With meat drink lodging or borae or carpingc hire of cou? veyance by steam' or btbervYjcc wtiilstatsuoh Election or whilst eiigaged in coming to' or going from Buch election" lit thb es...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

, Railway' notices, GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS., Great Northern, Worth-Weatern and Morpeth Lines. wmm E4CES, 13th & 14th October, 1880. TUCKETS a* published Excursion ratea will ( be i?aucd from all Stations to Tavmorth only by bII trnms on tho 12fh and 13th, available for return up to and including the 17th in?tnnt. 1 ' OH AS. A. GOODCHAP,' ?> t Commissioner for Hallways Department of Public Works, i Railway Branch, i Sydney,,4th October, 1880, I CrOVEKiSMjBNl 1 RAILWAYS. a ______ i GREIE NORTHERN LINE. Hunter River' Agricultural and , Horticultural Association's FLOWER SHOW, AT WE?T MAITLAND, October. ON tho above day EXCURSION TICKETS nt published rates will bo i??ued nt Newcastle, bingloton, nnd all intermediate Slationa to WEST MAIT-i LAND, available for the' DAY ONLY; ' Exhibits will.be carried ; freo.; I CHAS. A. GOODCdAP, ' Comrmsaioncr for Railways Dopnrtmont of Public AVorks, Rail way Branch. Sydney, 7th October, 1880 Government NoticesT i * Doparlmcnt of Lands, Sydney...

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Maitland Races. SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

Maitland Races. SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. The following were tho results in the various events :-r-, - i _ / i \ JIATTLAND HANDTOAP.—I Milo 3 Furlongp. Mr H. C. White's eh f aidntn, i yrs, fist 121bs '.. (Smith) 1 J. Mnyo's Elastic, Bst Olbs ...(Hinks) 2 Dr Nash's .b f Kathleen Marouraecn, 3 yrs, OsUlbs (Thomas) 3 Scrubber, Sir Solomon, Lady Mary and Kingcraft also ran. Time, 2 mm. 31 3-IO K% ' ', , Nubsebi Handicap,—s Fnrlongs. Mr. a. Hallzard's eh i Lady Sophia, Gat (declared ltit Olbs over).,,(Olcary) 1 J. Adams* b I Whirlwind, 85t,....,... .' (Threadgate) 2 J, Threadgate ns br i Twilight, Gst ' 121ba , (Beid) 3 Zara, Kerolite, St. Olnir, aod Bva also ?tartcd. Time, 1 mm. 5 S-10 sees. TJCCKp-HFIELD PAHK? STAKES— U'Mild 5 r f x Fnrlongs. ?<?? J Mr. J. Mayo'a Black Swan, C yrs," Ost 31bs ~... , (Hink?) } H, J> Adams' b g Premier, & yrsj Cat; 71bS' , (Elwell) 2 H. C. White's eh f Gleam, 4 yrs, 6S'?\ ! 121bs i .....(Smith) 3 6ir Bolomon, Idea, and Volunt...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, Oct. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, Oct. 5. The Times and Standard warmly Compliment the Australian Cricketers. The Times says that the constant ex-<*> change of visits does more to knit tralia and Great Britain together than. years of bonoficial legislation. Referring to tbe question of payment, tho Times thittK? therq is no just causa of complaint if cricketers who are not' professionals receive substantial, compensation for thoso international tripe, aud lluit many will consider that n moro geuorous' fooU ing displayed, towards; the AfrMM 4?B?earl|er part'of thei> * :'""'"' ?'??' '-. -,r- 'ff .i-'A." ' visit, although at tho conclusion of the trip thorough good will is being shown to them. A grand banquet was given by tho Lord Mayor of London (Bir Francis Truscott) in honour of the Australian Cricketers at tho Mansion House last night. The Agents-Genoral of tbe various colonies and o large numbor of leading English cricketers, including Lord Harris, wero present. ...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) Berlin, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 9 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) Berlin, October 4. IN consequence of the resistance offered by the towns of Hamburg and Altona to the new German tariff by means of which the inhabitants will lose the i ! Jegc? they have so long enjoyed ot these „ free ports, the Government throaten to measures to enforco compliance, and if necessary to lay siege to both v JHtoroburg nnd Altono. Confltonlinoplo, Oct. 4. "?""??"THo latest intelligence from Ccttingo states: thot Prince Nibita is ,n.ow urging thKwfvJsnbility of an immediate attack on Dnlcigno. The Princo has offered' awT {Br&Jdiirion'co Ifostilitica without further dola/ if ho- receives cortflin assistance ftpm the Great Powers. fct .'? .!'>? ? 'Later., Further particulars have now trans pired rcgnrding_Jhe sclicme submitted to Jbejprpnt Powers by tho Porte, which" teVoVreceiving tho consideration of the various Cabmetsr In addition to tbe K|jjropiBod:Bcss[on of Dulcigno to'Mpnte-' riogr,o,.snhjept to certain c...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. THE Sydney police have arrested a well known criminal named William Barnes on a charge of being concerned in the robbery of Jewellery belonging to Sir ? kercolee .V.-notoneoii c * .gangWer,-, at tocrnment :Hquso, Melhourne.- >, Most :,;Jf the stoien-jdWellei-y'wa?<founa,;npon '?.?'Bifneifc , -.'", '' ?.>?-. ???v.V- ??! '?? ..:t '? - ? gjjjphn Bbberteon.. gavq : : afl exprea '' Lm of bis opinions) yesterday, , regarding ?? r Wiife?to of: % ' Free' recently "eaf yx* tV a'deputation of Frco] .?Mirt?onTnV.tW caie ?a betweenipreo. Sectors rest of thor community '|l^olearly,: i :^KeaaM,^fMt l a ?t, belongs --to the those ii T em to?hSW6 ( "htlie : pnblio patriraonjv }t Aey,cannot' ,' igniyaleut ftpra-.thpse;who- haye,got ? ; itiona if tbe iD^#; pt>!;b>!Bns?s;owing fe^aboHshed,, ?jddit&nally-taxed,uibr:thtf of Mγ;:Boobanan dehrered; an addresa,- i?::dj iargerariaience ion; tho the, c , tt/i^oier'e ...

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The Temore Goldfield. Cootamundra, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

The Temore Goldfield. Cootamundra, Saturday. E.News. A NUGGET was found on Thursday night three claims beyond Maloney's its weight is about 100z. Burke's party obtained 2lb. of gold in two' days, and ..jipw. tho. ground;?? pegged out on all siscfi v .. , r ' ,>!;?;: ~. According.to tUo ofilciul ; c.Qmpqte .iioas,'yr'ator! in the lagoon abpu|,to bS appropriated ])j thp '.C-foTor.aiiioiit; for; ft water eupjily. coijtains: spran millions ?f 'gftllon9, : ]-.._ ' V. . !.,,-I;O ??;:? ?" "., s. Au ? important ..report ( .oon ilie jfettir sclicmeliag .to.'tho Jlarbonfs and m'ycre tlppartraant.by Atr- Jpqiea. _ Bowoa lanct i|flyes i|ug ; out.a lioql puggot on Tjnirsdayi: ,?; ,~ !, .. ?;? ?? ?'?'?'?= . Tlio South Australian I)rill Company have amalgamated with the owners of tho Hopo .Reef. ? Wilson's-. JHill Bflef wjll l)o a-depth of 10Q : feetlV njoons qf the rancUiuet ?? Thp.TO?f is 3'ti wide, and has already bcpniolloffed. to B dejpth;of lQffy'?? Tbeolnrl?teqiog tskM

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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OUR SENIOR SERGEANT AND CONSISTENCY. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

OUR SENIOR SERGEANT AND CON SISTENCY. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am, yours truly, AN ON-LOOKER. Singleton, Oct. 11, 1880. SIR,—I observe in your issue of the 9th instant that Mr. George Trunley was fined 5s. and 5s. costs for allowing two horses and a cow to stray on the streets, and that Senior Sorgeont'-Webb/iB reported to hare stafod that'?" Mthoiight it'was r a-hard case." Now, Sir, I fail to see the justness; orcor eistenoy of ithiaremarkj when opinpared frith recent cases before the Bench.Tf, Atfe havo lately had many Of our townspeople tfned'for allowing their animals!tottrny Ph.fciie'efrMts, i and justly so, too.v ? Amongst whom havo been ; the AVpplnough,an4 Mr.j,\Yaj(dy, tho'former for having turned babkiprufpw Beconds, whilst in the net of .driving 'tis ihOrsQ.ito ;tne< paddock; and' thb for allowing his ichild'a pony-to escape out of his stablpyard.and wander.*ebmfl,;fifty;yards!at the most' from the bact. geitb'.' justness 'of these flries I ad...

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THE STOPPAGE OF MR. PROCTOR'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

THE STOPPAGE OF MR. PROCTOR'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours faithfully, SABBATOS. SIR,—The last sentence in "Diogenes" is in the letter containe most of the wisdom that is in the letter for though the writer is un-<*> doubtedly sincere and honest it is evident he has been rqa'cli?S~ ,r Don Oaucnu- i.. 1 .?hat.can : be4oqeor eaiiin .thointenfeTof\ wil.not .trespass. upoaW ep.ace for'tadre ;than saline: or two in%/ni distinguish 7 between., iwo .v'ffitnfeS ? 4i o i £ inqst people, Beem. widely different t>,. J t,. admwsioa ie'made,-aiid 1 those ; -'whoS Z ? mooey to pey or r aro,pot topobed /teLv cannot feo,in. ; thruet under it V'alriL'tfer of : or ratt\if fr6m^yS nt ? view.of oon?cwnpe whether or not. A-eeuse of duty tOiGdd Mould Eiiido every . coottlbutoi- -tb ; ? .cbaicKv Mli&l,? Whether hie senary or JittJe,' A ma,, i, „ ! b>e,a,utyr t<? ao<3,T ai|9pls*mat*anafnothC more.' ? „.__„„.' ? ? ?.? ?;i' A s -cand...

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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Correspondence All letters must be signed by the authors. We object to libels, personalities, abuse, and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to [?] ? itii-tU'mr column,.areo^ntTalA^

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Laguna. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Laguna. (From our Correspondent.) American Machinist. OUR political campaign has commenced at last. Mr. Gorrick being first in the field has held meetings at Ellanong, Wollombi and St. Albans Quickly on hie neels followed JMr. Jβ. Q. jHiggins,. who, hoB jhad two Wry successful .meat-' 'hjg'e~pne'>'t and the other afc' Lagun'a.,'..MrU IBlig'gjns only candidate 1 liavo, Taeard, I, can, ,o*ii)y epoalt- .of.-, him. ,'IV sjioutd. have,'been equally willing to record i/Lil. CJprrick's; views had .he. hpld.a meeting at liagiinp, . but for Bomp: reason: best known to that gentleman, he.did- not do so. One. ;(thipg .liana,c.or<nin,of,,thatiMr.- .Gorriot;, would haye , jieen: cordially met had lje.J come linre. ~1, am.,qnp of,those who be-.j lievp in giying to all candidatesi,n fair ahd ; impartial ?' liearihg'.' v Mr. A ;Gorrjck ' witbitnjpftrliality,?. 'tiiy'-cordiality/ , ana ! te-Btondi : -.vi'elj_ i , witlv many of the elc?ithr'a,^' ul ; } \ j i -' !,o Mr, :)! Hig'gitiSj'--...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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"David" on Election Demonstrations. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

"David" on Election Demon strations. S.G.P A startling preposition was recently placed prominently before the public by that ingenious but rather whimsical barrister and legislator, David Buchanan, Xo the ofl'ect that c compliance with tho elootoral law of this colony necessitated the abstaining, by every intending votor, from all demonstrations in favor of any particular candidate, becuuso according to the spirit aud tho strict reading of the statute upon the subject an open avowal of intentions concerning the in tended mode of recording a vote destroys tbo neprecy ijiippHed mid nullities tho vota, besides rendering the elector liable to punishment for coiutriitfcing a'mis demeanour. .''??. " ..-.? .If Buch a construction as that con tended, for can bo established in relation to tho moaning of various sections which tho Electoral Act of'Pnrlianiont con tains/the effect will bo to deprive future coplnsts for membership of the Assembly of all .that'excitement- und intorest heretofore...

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The Bermagui Rush. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

The Bermagui Rush. E.News. THERE is scarcely anything in the shape of news to report. Some of this inex- <*> perienced, claim-owners have sold out cheap and returned to their dairies. :M.'Gregor and party, No*. 1; South; obtained "ye?tprday o?er 86z. froni 11 diebee iput of some dirt eorapod pffthje rock, but there have been no new; finds, ' and tho gold has not .yet been traced into tbe hills. The warden has decided 150 qasee' since ' ' ''????? : Two hundred minors left yesterday, , -! end the Kameruka took-120 frcepassdnV gere^tb,Sydney., ; f: :: '->- : ,{' ':[: '.'. {????' ?jlSonio threats vrero.madp' 6jf lynching the'reporters, but. hothldg-'iefeaied, oe theiracconnte were perfectly true, and always contained n caution. The reneon-' ablopopulation stand, by tbem..:.Tbose pcdplo who nro on gold seem contontod, and are making fair to good wages. {' : Four licences for bublichouees have hejiu applied .for.—

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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