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Cricket. ADVANCE C.C.V. BULGA. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Cricket. ADVANCE C.C.V. BULGA. THIS opening match of the Advance C. C. was played at Bulga on Saturday last, resulting in a victory for the home team by 23 runs. The chief features in thb,match!wero the stubborn batting,of Ttoser! in the second innings, whicli aotuajly won the'match for his side, and ,tbo ? bowling of., Howe . and,. Itobinson: ."VVitliout, this pair thb Advance (for which a weak team.had been mu?tered; would have fared badly indeed. Hpwo played exceedingly, well for 26, G. Parr 1G and 18, J.Jiourke 12 and 13. . Subjoined are the respective scores : Bulga.—First Innings: E. lloser 1, J. Dean 0, G. -ParrlG, J. Hayes 5, J. M'Alpin .2, J..Father 3, P. Waddy 4, \V. Hayes 0, 8. Moore 1, A. Clarke 3, .;\VY Wppds, ,0 (not .out); sunclrips.2. T0ta1,37., Second..lniiings : Dean .2,' Koser,39, Parr 18, M'Alpiu 2, Waddy' 12, Eathcr 9,' J. Hayes 9, W. Hayes o,| .Woods 0 (not ont), Moore 0, Clarke 2; ..sundries,s ; .total i)G. .Grand, total 133. ! ,;. Advance—-First Innings : ; U...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hints to the Consumptive. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Hints to the Consumptive. Family Physician. THE diet of the consumptive should be simple and nutritious very strict rules as to special articles of diet are uncalled for unless the stomach should have hibited signs of inipeneptpoweri' : Meat 'jehould':bo'; token ! once ; or'' twice a day, iWitji; o good pj faf.V' J?ish iie /nutritions,: espeoinlly. oysters. Milk is very nourishing, and two or three pints, in ay ;be takeij' in the course; of .'thb day. , ,At thcj Hqepjital '^or' . r Ooaauiuptioa at. ?Broiupton many of tho patients, have a ; glass of runi and milk tho first thing in the morning before breakfnst/tb'holp them to dre??,"and undoubtedly it often dqesgoijd. - Aseos' milkmay ; ;be taken when ordinary milk disagrees. Another fayonrite ? prescription* 'is'?' fat bacon for broakfast.. Sugar ia very fattening, and: there is n'd'"objection' to''taking:' it, even in considerable quantities. A modorato ellownnee;6f Mrlrieor?piritei3advisable y, but , Hii' ?Bbourd'' i be iaketl'; i...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Proposed Completion of a Church. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Proposed Completion of a Church. INPORTANT additions are about to be made to the Roman Catholic Church Singleton. It is wall known that the building has long been in an unfinished ?state',Jihe} chancel not having been built; when, tho I nave was .completed.}: This, haa necessitated/the teraporaryv'erection: of a somewhat unsightly addition for the sacristy, and theinsoidf, : a largo of the nave for the epremonie?iUsuallyi performed in thochancel. /The Rev., Father Fontaine, with his usual energy, has of late ;been taking .steps}.to bave. .theOhnrphcompJetedi ondias. a.-re?ult. of his labours .well supported, by, meni- : bera of the congregation, matters, .have been so far advanced. that plans . have, been, prepared -by Mr. J.; W,* Pender,' of. Maitland, and the nuclous of, a building has been formed, upon tbp strength of which. ; building operations are :likely} to be commenced ,about tbe; beginning- of .the.now year. -Wo have, been favoured, with an opportunity; of inspecting the: ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. Note.—; The above ore wholesale" pricaH, or vfbat dealers would give producers. ; Slngloton, October l_, 1880. £ B. d. . ?".' H s.' d. Maize (now) per bus, 0 22 toO-2 ]4- Cape Barley.,, vO 2:2,.,: 0 3; 4. English Bnrley „ a .3 0 ; „ 0 ; 4 0 Oats... ... „. „ 0 2 ,G „ 0, 8 0 Bran i.\ ... „ 0 1 1 ! „ 0 '1 2 Pollard ... '.."„<' 0 1 1 ')-:?„:, 0 ?? 1 ; 2 Adelaide Whoat ,, ; : 0 6 0 ; ,.0 6 3 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 ; , 9 „ 0 , i : 0 Flour, super.,perton 11' 0 0. „ 12 0 0 Floor, secondB "?'„?' 10' Q 0 .,',11 0> 0 Lucerne Hay... ,. 2-10 0 ,,'3 10 0 Oaten Hay ... ( , ,2 10 ,0.. ,, 8.10 0, Potatoes „ 8 10 0 „ , 4 0 0 Tallow ,.. ... „ ; 14 .0 0 „ 10 0 0 Butter ... per lb. 0 0, ft „ 0 1 Q Cheeso ,.i .ii ;i' ; ''0-<>0 *-2'-'-'tf Q 0 4 Bacon ...... „ w-'O 0: a Lard .... ,..?i „ h)>i9?'??fi.,-, i ,.--,*>.'0\' 0 44 Honey ... '..', „ ,. 0; ; 0 ; 8i „, 0 0 84 Beeswax.,. .- ? ; 0 ,0 '4 ''„,' 0 "0 6 Col. Tobacco,fig',}''...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Jerry's Plains Police Court. THURSDAY, OCT. 7TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J.N. Brooks, P.M.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Jerry's Plains Police Court. THURSDAY, OCT. 7TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J.N. Brooks, P.M.) UNSOUND MIND. Walter Bower was charged with ap-<*> pearing under circumstances denoting a derangement of mind. Constable Coughlin deposed that jng on information received, ho proceeded on the. (Jth.instant to.Oak Range where ho ?aw the defendant ajjd arrosfpd, him on thb abovo charge . .William EJlis, senior, residing at Oak, Range, deposed to tho accused having been in bis employ for about a month. Ho had not observed anything wrong with him previous.to the day in question. Oti 'Tuesday/ last accused got into *.'.'? ?W n" J Id , not cpwo out until pulled out by other men! n The 'P>M, remanded him to Singleton for medical treatmeht, and .to be further dealt, with under tha Lupafey Act f2 :Vip,/Np;-.7i..ifhe"ceBBaryw^;/;/;^ [From! further information*to hand, it appears that .the. defendant -had been drinking iVeryhard/and his deranged mind was tho consequence thereof. He was brough...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. Stations.—The money market is assuming an [?] tone and promises a more liberal distribution of capital. This will tend to induce speculation, and ' afford increased facilities to work, pas toral properties more remuneratively. !'?"'? Fat Cattle.—Our ;> consignments this 'week have . consisted of stock in very medium. : cowlition, but the Bupply generally proved'araplb to satisfy trjide requirements. Prices for: -' best 'quality have' been 'well maintained, 'and' aire likely-to -continue flrmv-Quotations': 'Prirno quality; 12s to 13s per 100 lbs; j! medium at lower rates. Fit/.Sheep.—Tho /supply has-been tbo lightest forward for a considerably time ",. ' prices 'were 5 "consequently firm> ahd'detibte'ari'Bdvanoe'on recent quotas I tion?. 'Pending the- arrival of shorn, sheep, values are not likely to bei marked fby a - material change. /Quotations : ; Prime wothars.lls to 12s 6d; medium quality and ewe3'at lower.rates; '??';...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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COLONIAL WINE LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

COLONIAL WINE LICENSE. David Honelelt applied for a license to sell colonial wine at Gowrie. The police had formerly objected on the ground of insufficient tion.' This had, however, sinco bepn! rectified.- The nppltbutibri ./was;, eventually; granted. ".' ' . '.: '

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Instructing the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Instructing the Blind. I am, dear Sir, Your faithfully, (signed) WILLIAM M. COWPER. J.S. Wilshire, Esq. AN interesting lecture on the methods of teaching the blind rending writing and music was delivered in the Odd fellows Hall on Friday last by Mr. Harry Prestottv:;s"£h? atfendaricp.atithe;j /hotir ! {commencing V,was -j /ifery small, bb'fi os, thb 'evening advanced.,! ithe.audiehce iinerisased 'tb'a/aodbrate, txtents ''^ ','i\ ?';;/ /itid brieflyji-Ppepedithb : .proceedings by, ,an explanation of ! '.uM# Pre'scott's tana-.! ; Bon.'. ?'Government', fey. ,'?.which .blind,. :Js3ults Mn, /There was the. fleaf, Dumb, and Blind InBtitution,:but-| :thot was only ifor thb benefit of children./ ! :M?! ; 'Pres'cpt,t' : 'ji'Bnd':fip>,gbjfg .books and: giving instruction to his, ? fellow'blind,'''"He/'uee'd' riot;/do ;rapre /tD.nremin^ : ,to ensure .their ; Iwar'm ? support to> this 'movement. It ?'Wasonlyright 'they should knbW 'that., ?Mr. Prescb'tt'wis; the jjisrspnyh'p, ?repro-, Hp ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. DAISIES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

The Poet's Corner. DAISIES. DORA READE GOODALE. THE hills are faint in a cloudy blue That loses itself where the sky bonds over The wind is shaking the orchard through Aid sending a quiver through knee-deep clover. " ??TheSir is sweet .?with'a strobgo pcrfafiip,.i .',:.'. ~.,'' ..? ?' Tliitt comes ftonitho depthaot tho wgwlliuid places,' ; The fields ars hid ill ittrtalth' of bloohi, ? -.???)?'?: i.ABd wbitpvl.tli .the sweep of the ox*eye. dallies; ?'... '?Ah'dfiirtferdtronj-ibeji the trbok'robs through, '. ;'? .'? , ::' Where tho ferns n*re'c6oi iii tho prisoned shiidow, ? -. [We?tlllio?y.?eo;throaglitheihonilngdi)W, >-' : ' '. lhestreU,ondtho[d(p.of tho<Jslsle4intadow; ?'. ; ; ?j- Abdthea whrtthb'Wln*no'ri)s?S{ijlow?, ?-';?"????? \ i ?, 'And the wovsrtog'll?C?-otMlTcr'tilloVi ''?"'??"??'- 1..' '?'Wa'cstch the gleam . ! -:i;.i'.: j ; '"" \vUlc:mr ; i v ??? Cle?rimdrimpfc<in f widf?ind'gbldl:'' ! ?'-' -'i ! - ; "-:\ .?','" ,iie?dowblossom otsiinlltspMcv':. ?...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Howe's Valley. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Howe's Valley. (From our Correspondent.) AT last the rain has come and we have not been forgotten in this part of the globe, as we were beginning to think we had the weather broke, and we have been rccdivihg.a,delightful rniu, < which} .lias gladdened, tho eyes of all,- r '': ... I '?' ''J}}'.' ! '. ,^6; iav?j|'Jiay sprrib sport'up} M lately, .'.thirst on-tho Hs.t,was a School ; JfcaB,t. '.';}(n"}'thd "fbi-'erioon, tho 'day} ; 'ap*; but it "became', mpr}e}favotirablo. later,, "Every-" Voff} *veH :Witb'},}tne\ 'pieasura.usuaj to }.6uch occasions,' when} bn4 of ijio'ischola.rs who was 'taking." part" ,ma 'wrist'puf^pfjoin^ }qf }MrJ.J^Alpirj,'B^^^iittlo t bpys fell'ih'td a bucko't full' of hot' te}p, sca'P"/ ing, himself .severely.-r Koliejf however, s was at ; iiantl,.}and' a, rhedical practitioner} Vfas soon,on ltd spot, anill.hear that ho' coiisiclers, thopatientl',to}. be'jrogje??ing'. "favorably/},: . ,,;,;,,.},,}}.,-.' r ;'V,-?},.'!,", - ; .-r \,-: : ~.;. .Afterthp., b...

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A Hundred Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

A Hundred Years Ago. Excclstor. VERY strange does it appear to us to turn from our numerous miles of well-<*> laid rails and our swifty flashing loco-<*> motives to the waggons of a century ! 'o^6l ! '' ) 'ye't l tliofee',wh6' ftvpU 1 themselves of 'such' r nuhifjlo "incan 8. of, JQcojnpiipn' bad their dangers to''encounter.- Oii Maroh sj'ns' thoStamford"waggon was getting well onCthoijoVd'io and the day woe-beginning, .to dawn, a fire suddenly.. 7 broko' tint;'ii&f so swift ?anfl'Vldstr^ctiVVwti?its progress'that in Cn 1 very short tiriio .'nil :: wos 'conenmiid 'oxr cejit a 1 barrel tlib'.boUoni v ti ohewhobl : of the waggon.; *Thi9 ! Jp'aa4 'ecngofs and.- drivers were"';' 'sbVcrcjjr ?'eborched 1 : iii''otteiiipting to ; '6ave' the goo3B;'>Tliicfr were of coh?iderabld.Voluej 'thd'daniagb bbing ostimated' di' '£1000; "On ? tho 31st of the same 1 ' toontli 'n .XoniJon waggon' Wns coueumed in a similar vray tho explosion of a cnelr of "spirit; c...

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

'IHB IMPKOVED UOMeSUU'ETLK" is entirely super-odcd bj th . "HOME COM PAN JOINT" 'LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINE- j , FOB HAND AND'TBKADLE USE. MACHINE in the market, and is adapted foe j£| . r ( every variety of sowing, -from mu?ljn §_HW_p'iffltffiv______H_ NO ?HOME "SHOULD BE WITHOUT JAMES MOORE & Co., fP MB, them superior, ,and contains all the r *MMr teat improvements. 2 ' , , ? '*'*'' THE. ARG^' '' '' j3, ' .Vj _? j f a , ' ' I * 1 f i ,? ' , ,!>U ??*. „ July, 1874,] F^3^i!L y y ,l '3sr , riw" , si > -A.PBJEi, ' \'i:::i^! ttn "".'.. ' is, published. ~,..;. v . l " s -/-. ; E{ Y,B ftY* -. vrf W f E.p! ; NiE^^(Ay !; % O ,AND' t &A.TU.EDAY i ..,, ; r ;i ! ? All orders for the mthdrawal.or alteration of Advertisements mnst be given in 'writing, otherwise thoy cannot bo guaranteed attention. , ' Letters to the Editor should bo sent in not later than noon on the day preceding the publication in which they. are >r intended tojappear. > Tho quarters end on the'-Is...

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SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M., and Dr. Read, J.P.) PUBLICANS' LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

SPECIAL LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M., and Dr. Read, J.P.) PUBLICANS' LICENSE. Robert Freeman applied for a license to sell fermented and spirituous liquors on the premises known as the Railway Hotel, in John-street. The. police, objected, on. the ground that the. applicant, was a drover, and cpuld, not j therefore', properly attend to his business. '''/'. ../ .....'/ ?'.',_ /,..': /Mr. Freeman, assured the Berioh that be bad resigned bis engage merit! to Mr. Lbderasa drover, and .'intended , tb /try, .the .publiqhpuse . ior twelve,'months..! ! ... .' ? ~', /,.'.',.,!!.; i - On being satisfied -that such was the applicant's intention, the Bench granted the license, .".-'. =' , : ', ,'/'!.? ,".:']? -. '..! Jttari/...-Ann. Alcorn., applied! ,fpr a similar license for ' the premises', in Elizabath-Btreet,..to,-bo ,known, as' the Tjuiorilrin.... !' v !" ./'..''.!., t .. ! ;>i ' /,;,,?.;? : ' /'The. police 'objqeted on the ground that there'wero top many public;house...

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A Ballarat Nero. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

A Ballarat Nero. ON the 24th, September (says the Ballarat Star) a case the like of which is happily not of frequent was brought before the City Court, when a mother was compelled to :bave her sbn-bound over to: keep; tho vpeace towards her. ' Ono oveniug ' as' the' mother and hor two daughters and a; gentleman visitor were sitting co.nye'rs-i in their 'parlour the son suddenly entered. Without nny explanation! of his sudden entrance, he' suid, " You did not expect to see mo horb, mother, "v and then without warning, ho caught hold of her— sho was an elderly ' and weak woman—and threw.'hor into the' fireplace. There was a firo in nt the tinio, but in her fall she shook down a piece of wood standing in tho fireplace, . and it fell across tho coals, saving her from being burned. This was but one ,of the muny assault',, and- the mother said that sho thought of selling off her houso mid leaving the district with her. two daughters rather thau havo to boar 'with the conduct of her son, w...

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Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1880. (Before Mr. J.N. Brooks, P.M.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1880. (Before Mr. J.N. Brooks, P.M.) UNSOUND MIND. Walter Bower appeared on remand from Jerry's Plains charged with being of unsound mind. Constable Hickey deposed to ing defendant from Constable Cpugblin of Jerry's 'Plains, on Friday last, accom-' panied, by ideposijtions .taken at, Jerry's Plains on .the. previous day,.., :: ., : ;;,-; - : ~, Richard'lllead, M;D., deposed to hav ing ; bnd tbe {.defendant., .under,.-medical. Friday.,. Hp-. .suffering from tho , j'ffects but Jwob,now!sufficiently recovered to bo,die- 1 '.. /? . <.V:-./.> ;. . ? :?-.;;?.'?./; ::'? j ' !'"!.! The P ; .Mj^.tlion,discrittrged,.the.pq,('en diuit, and adyised him,apt to gp drink ing ugaiti. '..,"...,.'?'. -../../..,:?// -~:,?': i.' ':? The defen dant,thanked his ,"W!orshi]i>, ? .and /promised.. ( ,to.keep ayyay.frpm ,the, ..drink..''.:'',',"'(, !:?],- >'~'.,;; !,'?// .. ; . v , -. ; -;.',i- ; ?'? TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1880.' "' /(Before Mn/J...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. 1 ctV:.po? OCTOBER, 1880. ;'> "t < ! ? , , ?,-it i ?.n via san fhancisco. [ ?; ' Odtward. ?*-? i 'Leave Sjfdney, | Arrive Londou, i'r ,-7ta October. | 23rd Novcmbor. lr , n ?-? , t i,i Inward, ~,' * Waive London, I Arrive Sydnoy, -' 9? Soptembor. , | 25th October. &#J_,'H._i_OTn_TK. GALLE „ -HINDUS!. e/.-trior;, I" . Outward. i :-f n _eaVe Sydnoy, I Arrlvo London, *r i 12th October .< 1 25th Novomber, . I Dth December. '"'.', , Inward. i w 't-cavo London, | ' Arrlvo Kydnoy.l 27th August. Bth October. '<(! lptb September | 22nd October, " # ,r ,>' . ? -— IiTU iBBISBANK, TORRES STRAUS, til ~, ; i Ml Outward, j .liave Sydney, I i Arrive London, *' 'Tjild Ootober. ' I 28th Novomber. .re ?" Inward, - ; Leave London, ? | Arrive Sydnoy, 18th August. I- , 4th Octobor. LETTER RATES OP POSTAGE.' ,r;ivi?j.Ban Franct?Co, Cd per half ounce ,|Vja, Melbourne and Brimllsl, and Torres 0 Straits and t...

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Monthly Calendar. 10TH MONTH. OCTOBER, 31 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Monthly Calendar. 10TH MONTH. OCTOBER, 31 DAYS. ??ft'-MlNi'';- i'MOON'fI'PHASES. -.' i. '~- f ; /?T<^<Ji-*ew.J100n,..,,, 4th,:...2.48p.m.; "? w'f n 11th .;.10.40 a.m. ; vx : ? Fall Moon ... ,18th ... 2.31 p.m.' \ . tff};fcS};_ast : :Quafter 20th; ...tT.S p.m. ;? (htiiftMfU ,irf>;:-i ?-(JOTOBEB'.''"''.' '"''"''!' '} j'.-. ri' the crops olcan, jtjtnorf.water; w.borownecowary.>:Sow parsley, pens,.Erepcb ..lsidnoy. beans, mustard, cress, / radish, , lettuce.}' cucumbcri*; ice., .aB lngt tnonihV 'transplant'cabbago, faking 'card to, ti oh*osck<theiabbid on ; the first appearance.' j ay ? principal work .to be' attended to thin month-is raking-beds and .borders, keeping tho walks'olean,,mowing, yi-'olipplbgi 'baglngs,'" watering, staking, and ?baaing, as; the.We'athor is very hot :s eeasQn,ofith9year.. ; ,;.?> ...;H~.<--i-i-- ~'?'" ,-,.^'lOrehard,—Thin out,the, crop on the parly ?'pe'adh trees 1 whore tho drop is too, heavy i branches t...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Local News, etc. "DIOGENES" asks if Singleton is going to the dogs ? No I but the mutton is in a late interesting letter, a disreputable dog near Singleton is represented as not being able to discriminate between / " wtewnt,, et . tmim.", "Diogenes" thinks it would only have beon a matter 1 of politeness to have' naked thiiir, onninofriond totaiea carrerwith hisinuttoo andcapors.— Communwated.- ?? ; .?.?-? '? A somewhat extensive' purchase of, Jorid. in Singleton was iniido by an : enterprising townsman on Monday .last, Mr. AYE/ Johnston on ,that tiny deponed of' all bis" right, title ? ?nd interest in the triangular' black'oriniid'bou'nuJd.'by.'Tobri, Campbell,! 'dhu'Mw'ko streets, and V? who' o ' section, near the Itomnri Catholic Church, at!'' Con* taintilg 31 i allotments of 33 feet Cmh. bounded by Cambridge, Bent, .Droughton' mid Kent streets, and in a lino wiljt Mr.- A. J. Gould's charming'little'.ViHn'of,. Fair-, liolmo. Mr,' J. -li Quirin purchased tile whole, tlio total are...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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"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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1880. Local Self-Government. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

"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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1880. Local Self-Government. PERHAPS so pledge given by the Gov-<*> ernment as to its future policy is of more general interest and importance to the Colony than the promise of a measure to ' .pxtond the Municir,nl sye'torti,/-nnd ciu '?-pfsiis..''.'thb'/principle li , of/ local ,sC)f-, , *' r ? r " This- has bugu distiiictly. '.'?' trotujflttil'"' by/ tho ! prespnt liead of -.the it is very certain thai '? "'-trie'cbuntry'will' look,for '? tho strict' ful r filrnbht*bf''thbplbdgbgiyp'ti. In Victoria , "*''tttf jriritiploof-ahiro couticila has worked ? thb theory wo havo thus n ' ,! 'Bri' l of seeing it in, 9< J c p.fa'dtJda| operation.; Tho liccbs?'ity ; for ', '* iiu^b ; an ? itiinrbvotubiit Pu tlio present' ?' centrdl'':' inoinod of Government has out of thb rapid progress thb f*...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. Fat Cattle.—A small number in on Thursday made the market look better, say 14s to 15s for best per 100 lbs, but no real improvement seems probale at ? '?:??. -ii ,:T ? : r-r 7 . ~r;;"prr-,t,-r? , '"? , '? v ?"???? proapnt... '?".',;, }.}.-,}/ ?ii,.-*--. ?? "^ }>Fat};Sheep"Bdld' aMo}\to.-hia„ 9d-rjn 'shorn, and 7s tpj.los Bhorn, tho market beingoon-j the.;}whole.,'qniet with no prospects of improvemejttt; in' view 'til the numbdr?'tobeeold'after ? ,/' r Leitt>bs -Bold}at.7a {$$?, J liMnr, .; Calve?weroi worth 6a; 6d to-iiPa- 6d. tho latter for. Bbmo spry from/Wfi^ga.";;':'/} :,' ; !''-',,.!'.. !, '!;',- T /-'4' ''''?? '. ?Bual.arid worth Sheepskins command fu'llSHcW; 9 say ?_fi=v!^^-f , '^^^_^ ,2£d,tp ,5a for, r .Hides wore dearer, an' improVettiont of' quite *}d to id bn.la?t'weektyjsnle? ' being established.,;};Bos^; 5 at'Sfd to 4|d t and"if' in Srj,.,<ipAJJjtion d£d to.Sfcd was:paii;flight skint, of all' Borta.';in good 1: demand dt'...

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