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Her Husband Dyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Her Hnsband Dyed. " M_i?AM >( I dye -oi . r yqa," is.Oiline,'pfja 3Se otiier diqr a a "gen. tlcman anived at'BCay, Vitli hair grown Jjrematurely *'gxey,th rough, dabbling in mines which did not pay. The friend with whom he stayed had a receipt for an extraordinarily good -hair dye; and he 'induced his guest to' allow him to apply it, which was dono bo successfully, that in a letter to his friend's wife the dyer said: he was sorry or happy to inform her that "in two days after arrival in Hay, her husband dyed," and so on. The letter went down to Mel bourne, and the good lady at home read as far as " dyed, 7, then let out , a terrific scream, and "nearly fainted. The shutters were ordered up, and mourning and lamentation spread over the house, until the eldest son looked at the letter and read-after the word " dyed," that his father looked' " ten years younger for the operation.""'- ' So what looked serions turned out to be- a joke,—but the old man is goin£ to get his hair " combed...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of the Rev. Principal Thomson. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Death of the Rev. Principal Thomson. \ Wi regret to have to announce that Ute Her. 'Adam. Thompson, Principal of St. 'Andrew's College In the University of Sydney, died last evening.. Mr. Xhom- son has been for some fifteen years, ' a resident in ' this cjty. He was called to succeed" the Rev. Hugh Darting as a minister of the United Presbyterian Church in ' Phillip-street. Inthai position he" laboured much for tlttr reunion of tlie divided Presbyterian denominations in the colony ; in fact, he avowedly came dnt from Scotland to take charge-" of'the ITnite'd Presbyterian congregation in Sydney, with this end in view. " His exertions'for the promo tion of union and his high Christian .character, xr?re^VecV'>ghiSe2ri>y'the mem bers of the - Church, , when" the union I took place' "in 18C3, by their electing 1 him to bo the. first, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Cliurch, of New South Wales. He wss also chosen. by the council of St. AaJrevr's College the fir...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. . [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Official- Correspondence. . " Yonr most obedient'Servant. ."IIE>'Er HALLOKAS7' " Vf. C. Browne, Esq.. M.P., "211 Macqnaric-street,- Sydnej." ?'T'.n7=cst obedient' Secv.-iEt, 1 "W. "ft". STEPHEN.- 1 - *?V. 0. Brogue, Ks<|.. M.I..A.. - ? The ioH&vring .official correspondence has - been kindly forwarded to us by oar Member Mr.W.C. Browne. SI.L.A.. :— ..'?' Colonial Secretary's Office, . V Sydney, November 2th, 187-1. "Sib, —Referring to yenr letter' of Gth February and 12th March Inst, respecting : the necessity for police protection at Tainbar* Springs, lam directed by the Colonial Secre tary to iufora yon; that instructions, have been given to the. Inspector-General of Police with a vievr to his obtaining tenders for the erection of a slab Lush huilding, for a police station at the aborenamtd place. ? I " I hare the honor to be Sir. " Departawnt of Land", " Sydney, 11th, November, 5 574. " Sis, —In reference to your letter of thi; lOtli instant, inquiring respe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

I Conditional Purchases. ; The' following -was the only conditional! ?purchase .made at the Land Office on Thursdaylast :— William Beattis, ia acres, conntv"NortIiirm- - berland, parish of 'Warkwortb " adjoining his conditional purchase of 40 acres made . on the 19th May, 18fO, and also adjoin . ing James. Beattic's additional con ditional purchase, and John Huggins* conditional purchase. :.-"-';

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 — 14 November 1874

Notice to Advertisers- ADVEKTWUiS nnr lurtteiilorly rrqnob-ri to Knrf in Ihrir faWTH w*. Wr tbiur H?r pj?. on ilm>li>j? uul FruU;? : otbrrwlw ?r? csasst Ipuumnbs- their in?Ttl.m h> IV foll..?mr i??u'. ~ ?oj? Orto'JCr 20; 1K74. Notice to Correspondents, COBJIE.-TO-SPrXTH ?ill l.]?wc olMcm chat kttrn jwwiTirf nlttr roura'cloct lv tbrafcrrnaon*isuw Juteljr pnor to tte, da>> ?( publkatlm, oui not he llwrrtnt in tilt: folhnrluu l?nc ' *? SIXOI.KTOS AIUJLS" OlHcr, OctolMr 18, 1X74. Our Accounts. OUR ACCOUNTS for the p<ut qturtrr liaring been bwiMtt vhfwlil fr?[ obllimt t? mir cortr.titarnfc? for?t? rerl>- of ttir w*me.l "Bwor.KTOs itmtr. KOctobcr 31. 1K74. '

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary Proceedings. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

) Psrlie-seutarT Proceedings. -{_From tke ETeraZd.). 1st fee Legislative Aesemblj on .TnzK'jLy. It w*s- reKohrtd, on the motion of Bnchamin, to give tlie seltct committee aa the c?ses of' Slessiecre Rociiefort sod.£aa- tool power to up & report. Ministers ttated, in. answer to questions, that- tenders, fur the erection of m coeit and wateh-hoase at lamat would be opened oa tbeStth instant , that a. connmemoe-was ko. pointed; during the- vfrr-mtrnTwin of Xoro Belmore, a* the instance of the Imperial GoTernaaent, to inquire' into matters ?oa nected with the alleged slaxe trade ra tit njis,the cost, of which, ir&s X24S 7s. 94. that tbe cost of legal proceedings m the case of the Bapitne wa* £100, that denng the Fast fire years Tour cases had occurred ut which anraages bad been contracted by rataors without the consent of their parrots or gnax duuis; that, irr three of the cases in quea tioo. the clergyman, who officiated was the Rev. Dγ Bailey, and m liie o'her case the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied vrith the real name and adJre't of the Correspon dent, not Hercxtarilij for publication, hut as an earnest of rtood faith to the Editor. It it distinctly to be home in mind that tre do not by interting letters conreij any opinion favorable to their contents. We open bar columns to all irithout leaning to any, and. thus supply a channel for the publication of opinions of all shades. We '.cser-rc to onr sclec* the right to eliminate ail objectionable matter from letters. Corre*pcndrnU are particularly requested to Tvrite only on one side of the paper. (To the Editor iff tne Sixvlcton. Argut.) SIX-—Knowing that you are at all timca willing to give both sides a hearing, tna7l be Rllotred to ask the favour of the insertion of the following in rour valuable paper. On going to the Meclianics' Institute on Wednesday evening to hear Dr. White's lec ture on Education, I was instantly struck at the non-appearance of jour reporter. Was it becaus...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Municipality of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Municipality of Singleton. The Municipal Council met on Wednesdaj j evening in the Ouncil Chamber* at the Mechanics' Institute. There were present, AMcrmen Quinn (in the chair), Magaire, ? [ Burnett. Munro, Gates, Wilson, and Robinson. I '.????' ? 3IDTCTIS. f The miuuteft of the previous meeting "were i road, anil confirmed. ' CORKESPONDKXCE. ; The following Setters were read :— To the Council Clerk, Arraidale, in reply to bis letttr concerning the drainage of this municipality. To Mr. Thomas Bronghtou,. J.P., Padding tou, conceriiing the old premises in George street, and cunveyintj to him the Intention! of the Council with re£:srd. to them, as ex pressed in a resolution at last, raecting. Also, applyius fp.r F~-7-"si-t- of several year* rates due oil tbc property. To Mr. Vf. C. Bro-.rn", ai.\, rcqt:estin;; liva to Eaia appUcatioti to lie GoT?ras:sivt I To Hγ. A!e:£E.m;er Sc—mail,, the JliTor, ! requestikj; iijra )iis stay in i?ydn?_y to ? mate enquiries of the City Council concern...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Select Poetry. THE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Select Poetry. TEE ?Tt-Pftr< V— J.O.& J. m?rctuuit oner, whoa: TcTtvmt Gjevrieti sp?oe; bis ejbipe To sfiwry dime UU btyu££ng mull* "Wat* wafQoff by pnrpiUoaa calm ; *V7kJJ? <*Uk*-v cood Met brare *? lua. Ajrf.no tow triao oaliad ot ?% WItbTVTJ-ar i'ottif bob o£te?.trted a?f£ tide. Jk^TmQwaaMCa*m t ~m.EOQ&rX??t&* . . "Koliiddu noi; orsaddnt iipMiT, OrdnvXtj cala?.<??oat fW-wr. by .an HadVec oonatgMd Till TWMar?at-? etvJ^w??trjJM?tlrf?<a*Sti?fasQir^ wcliMatbo wnc "w* gBMriLWorOV, KottfrmtycinwAjbaii'iiMiit* iliey ?"" 2?o,iui?trri*xui£*ir*stry£DM^. *? - T"n.liiii?ri.T rtnip-iWultirriiiiif, , * 3ST? partner fftoto irixac both ImiX epoaad^ KtoasLii*£rto£&?aeMk3fcfel~L factor wlrfwif-tojIL. "--- < *- , 'laftlwrt f hJkwlrrw^ftlT?Vn^'taw? t -. tji B3*?*, ?awtJrW, .fprrlrl. f liiinaa? v Hk*eoSit^iasmx;nl?li^spie> A . " taring thrills Iwar iufcw;" - " „ JkjitLaoit w?ab?oaaa?t?b* . lw?arHxaprinwtyiaart?f...

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Insolvency Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

j _ .. Court. "."?'?-.. ?'? .'?.????.-?? eCKBEStDBH. ? ' :? ? November 11.—William Hinnan, of Pcter sham, late of-Ssdtpan Creek, cartel. Li? biUties, JE8O. Assets, £ 10. Mr. Humphrey, official aieigrfee.

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 — 14 November 1874

SINGLETO2J. ; Primary Ed^eatioa. AMEETIXG of those vho ilestre the CONTUiOANCE of the IMIO- V ?i2r*ig. f *" WBMO -SCHOOLS ACr of IB€e. BKLATtNCftoDEXOMETriOifAX SCHOOLH. will be hert i,, ,he ot tha Jtachasict* luntituw, or* JIOS3XV EvENCfo, NoTcmber ICth, at Kight o'clock p.m. J. OS. JfcDotrAlX, Esq, in the Chair. A. Spuabt, Bsq, and the Ksr. a C Boor, of SjOaej-, with others will AOtlnsse the Meeting. All Friends of the existing Public Schoo T <i Act are earne.Ulj inriteilto ntteiid. NOTICE is hereby pren that application is intended to be made to tlia Pacllx ment of Hoyt South Wales during it*t>n??3t bcssion, for leare to bring Iα a Bill to enable the BUhop of Newcastle or his ?ucauso>s to ?ell the land conjprued in a certain do,t£ of Convejanoe beating- date tlie ntteeatbdirr ofJenaarjr, one thousand c'ght handrail and forty-twov-Mid made between Benjamji bingleton and Maty hie wife,, of the nr.c part;'and the Bishop of Australia, of tLe pther part, being a conve...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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ROAD TO BROKE FROM WHITTINGHAM PLATFORM. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

ItOAD TO BROKE FROM \rSJTirXG ttAM TLATFOEJt (2e the JSditm ef the SingZetm Ar 7 ns.) Your obedient Servant, W. C. BROWNE. 211, Macqnarie Street, Sydney, November, II 1874. - " letter in yonr; issue of Saturday last, taking exception to ihc conree Xfdt it my 3ntj to take in reference to the supposed application to purchase portion of the above road,- and complaining of the publication of tlie letter in your issue of the 30th September, I feel that bis complaint is, under all circumstances, VCxy weak. . Having been Bet in motion, as memberforthe Electorate, by several electors, I felt it my duty, as their representative, to take immediate steps to prevent what I was informed was a proposed sale of portion of the road in question; and having succeeded ,in doing this, I took the ordinary means of informing my- constituents by placing; in a public organ which reaches almost evciy house in the district the whole of the correspondence relating to the matter in dispute. And if, in taking -...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Arrival of the Mail VIA SAN FRANCISCO. (From Tuesday's Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

'..:'' Arrival of tne ' . via faj; fiulscisco. Tlie .A- S. Nl. Co'e rtesuner City, of ilclboanxe, Ca.pt. chartered bj" the If. S* TV. Gorernnient.to cooTey tbfc maEs m San Francascoy arrived in Port Jackeon at 2 p, jn. jeeterdsrji aft?T ,H' passage of .iwettty-serea. '&m" JRwiussco,...- Site psspew from England to to'the 26ti September ; 4ai'Oc*oW; ?n*l Sea IPnmasco to the 12* OcfoSber. Erom the See to band ire "take -the .following extracts:-— * - ,„","? ',' ' TKI.XCKAFIIIC StttWS. 4WJKOPK* London, October s.—Xbe J&Oitmal Press and Porf of Beriitt state that Count "Yon Arnjm -vras arre?tcd oa a charge "of embezzling an important State paper. Madrid, Octob-r 5, —Carlist< s -1000 strong, tttaclietl Tieh, in Catalorua, and met with a. decided repulse aad a heary loss,in Idlled and-ivoaiuk-d. "Vienna, October s.—The Ty'eic Free S'ress to-dar publishes the following special freun Constantinople : Partly through the good offices of the English Minister, the Sul...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Wildwood Grange. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

"Wildwood Grange. - ? , . (A. Complete Tale.) ?\VitD\vooD Grasox iras a lorely place- It lay in one of the loveliest vallej-s, and ?was famous tliroagh alL the surrounding country for its beauty. It irw the "home of tlie Ware family, and had been for yearst. The Wares held their own among the proudest gentry of the country, for they conld boast a livo ancestor in the train of the Conqueror, and a dead one under the walls of Acre. Tlie family had never been titled, bat it had always been good in the eyes of society. A. long, unbroken line had trans mitted the Grange from father to son down to the time of the last Squire Ware. The old squire was a bluff, hale old fellow, tho -very beau-ideal of the country f gentleman of the olden times. He was oved and respected by all his neighbours, and looked up to as a father by his ten ante. The s-quire had married when rtsrj young, and had been deprived of his' "wife by an accident a few years after wards. Mrs. Ware left him one child, a son, w...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Lothario in a Sperm Oil Cask. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

Lothario in a Sperm Oil Cask. A Melbourne exchange says:—A gentle man who ivas present at the Mayor's Fancy Bali, and who devoted 2iun$elf tritii more ardour to the " lung necks" than his head could stand, happened upon a TToful accident. He iras under the impression that he lircd at Emerald Hill; and just as the first, faiut streaks of light ushered in the morning he departed from the festive scene ibr home. He was habited ia mediaeval tights, cloak, doublet, hat..and_ shoes; and as he reeled through, the streets, really looked like some roystering gallant of the middle ages, who had anppcd off canary and sack, until his soul was fired iTith a desire for adventure.; .Fresh air however, has a wonderful effect npoir inebriates.' Ho got as far as, the wharf, but could get no further. Nay, he did. not desire to go further; for, espying a .large cask, lie became, suddenly inspired with the. belief that he; had got home safely. Creeping into the csnk, he laid himself down, and slept for ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 14 November 1874

, ' .ESL Tb-r late act of eruiex&tion to Great [Britaiij flioagb"" gratifymff. in,. ..the ; erttejae (writes.* tie _R/V Time* of Octo ; Iwr ) ss prom£emg ; to produce a cheering reaction *xf Fiji, has, not yet had 'time to "'effect ''rtraxe. than the. pre 'limiaary the depart ments, absolutely necessary to carry on : the government untal her .Majesty's pleasure beTmown.' 0 2Sfeverthvless,signs of " faith** in . good tunes' coming are already observable in, Lernka—moneyed men are offering liberal' cash prices for freehold and leasehold properties in Levuka. Extensive improvements are iv contemplation, and some new build ings have been commenced, among which is a spacious boarding-establish ment for Mr. Ledinghuni. The British Government, too, are about to erect niival stores in the old town of Levuka ; the site has been surveyed and marked off, and the buildings, it is expected, will soon be commenced. A wlu.rf and pier are also in contemplation for the use of her Majesty's t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Case of Conscience. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

A Case of Conscience, _ W OnujiTrte Tale.) It ttos tlie Iwrrirst of hard times. Old, --wcll-cstalij?(.f?<;d liousc* were falling alt aronml; m> tromter then tltst the smaller ?coh?tkk wvre fairly straltoircd up in the empires going on iv the busi ness-world. . Xo wonder that Harry Tyndall, a young City merchant," sat in in his office gazing with -pale' face and despairing- eyes at the spectre ruin, which stared at him from no great .dis tance, He had weathered the storms of three years—he had hopeil to weather this; bat the loss of a thousand pounds held ,by a friend deprived him of the means of making a payment due iv three days, and he felt that all was in deed lost, for bis efforts, to negotiate 'a loan in the present state of the money market had been worse than useless. The prospect before hint was not a cheering one. It is rather hard to begin life over again at thirty, especially when otic has reached that age after years of poverty, toil, and self-exertion. In ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original and Selected Poetry. LINES ADDRESSED TO A FRIEND ON HER BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Original ami Selected Poefery. XJSXS AUOIOtSSKDXO X F&Iia<-I> OS HIB. Abl -wba?'*tWbtti?>cnt?niiUn imJ look - nsa t?dKk4b; hw?. Ant wb?nrt.th?]lwrt)r jfeje of ?U 11 inn nil hi iiTIi i ill mi . OrtfcufeezMd <rt* thr ir.. 3 7 Uia.BM>r<aLt>9 Miroinirmt. Oβ thjuby Wai a?T-' Jiad I?m tin ?l?p??ttcnJ.i ? A.ndhTplni—U. rwrtwr. AMtpnxnebr oaauitjriad. - Tl? ?>e tbo'aptnatear > eon - ? dm ? ' .Ttlii*lC-fmna,t,n!th.3ocl>-LiK>ir. 7Torbit.l?jenal?ifrb>ndnu>-. v Narto bcaatr l? tt kuMs, Ik In U* nwluigubed: ?ttltdr- Contli?ce?il tMnct ?lmi?L Attnui r<? Otaiymi Uft. Wttb BOOffiit t? tetrarept Tour btb>, - .TB&SXR CAVE ID 11KEX ME. r Ocer vbro tlas work w daaa, An<* the lone tan.- >y In. la the low nl Ilffbt of tl??rt tine <?, - Jaanivcwnc tluoiiKti cl>r tumlmr z Th?lbciAwimiUMMdlMrcarbatcgU. . - And brretvei* bam?l bright to icreet mc, ' At.il tbe tdt Uarv" ? M?-t tele btld. Fo...

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 — 18 November 1874

- Free Presbyterian Giwrc?r, —. -' - Singleton. -^ THE llcv. P. JIcPHERSTJS, oi' -Emfc -UaitlaTid, will |irr icli m thu r.l?>tc ? ? Church on .falibntU next, 23nd insL, >ljff ? ing and Evening. " __ -- "" Wanted, r A * GKNEUiX' BEKVANT. Am>}£l_\ Singleton Jttechanics' Institute. MUSIC AKI) itEADIN'OS in the LATKGE HABTJ\jjsHioiTOTr eicninp, cotnnie&ciiiK stt 8 }?aui —Atlnrissioit to non* members, (W. each. N K.B. ~B<i dogs sllmrcd in tbc HatU 42jies wjbight, _ Hon. sec- Not. 17th, 1574. , . , <. erev Blood Colt Broil by Mr. Arrsdham. AVBW QUIET JLAKES TriU ?,;? Te-.-:v.-,l to the above <_ u :t PSDIGKEE. ?' Oardirml" I* by ?OTarfba- " m Term* *X-let Od. App7y to ' sis. HCiiriiais, y.? . -

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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RATES OF CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

KATES OK CAltKIAGE. TMowwrtb.v. 5?.t06t...-. 1 Wwlskte..: *r.toiec. BitiiTOn.. ;<.loH Oillkn-' Annl'UW ;. M.to!V.W. J .rtoeni.".. llU.ftl.toie*. :Beckj-BlTcr Bfcto!%.e4. I M?rriw? .. 4tr-Lto?fc ? Bum -;..i ??.to"*. JC*?.illi.... t> el Iwfti. GoaiM*l?h .. 7?-toBt Cooieh .... te.toS?.e<S. Nuxubrt ... es.to??.e4. J CooliBl?rr?. W.lectt. .... lM.tblte. I bran *?.<..??.. Bonrkn Ife. to !.!>?. I Onl!ijr,u .. ; t .cj|i>h fcmta.... Ht.CJ.te |Wci:\V?a.. fcuiw.tl' ;:? ~ .stet . ??? . i sioiisrw..., ?*(?;.:

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