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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

' ?? Commercial Intelligence. *. - SIXGLETON PIUCE LIST. ' ? ECKetWhvkesnle) <M_aietau> Sd-nerdnx. Butter (Wholesale) StU (Retail) 100. per lb. Baeoa'(Wbole*alr)M. to ?<L, (Uetaii) M. Cbow { Wholesale) ?*," per llr. i. a a jc ?. .1 H.y (Oaten) per ton .. ..'' .'. 111! OU1 , OVheatch> „ .... .. ?'??? "v'„ : H O „ (Lncernr)- .11) ?, i l o W..eat per buehal ' '.; .'.-'...:. A S- -A: ?? Stsiae per bnshel -. 3 ?„ 3 y- Oats „ . ,.' .. e C Potatoes per o-wt. .. ......' * o

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

iJET.BOOKXB AND GA1XE. AB.TtfVjl.i- DChfATCIL. E*t 2.lth OtXeticr; ISH. Suit ?tb October, 1574. „ ?1? KoTomlwr, „' „ l?t J>"or?nb?r. „ _ 10th Jtawmlier, ? „ 39tb ? „ „ )<SctL Jnuuu?, IK7S. „ 3"th jt>ra>isil>cT. n _ i;U? F<-bmnry, „ ~ 2*U? J?nn?ry. >?IS. 13th Itueh. _ ' „ 3tst ?breaxy, „

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Synopsis of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Synopsis of Latest New*. {Frmn. tke Paper*.") The Governor leaves Melbourne by the hk.; j on the 3] st December; , Sir William 3ta?relt is expccU-d to rutnrd from England early iu January. The uusoltl portion of lite iu£?r insne ivf 10.000 shares of the Citjr of ilclbountu OmiX. h*a beca disposed of. . Thealaniler a_-ti'.a against Mr. G. I. Smith, bxrristor, Alvlbonmc. brought by v lavrrcr*if Ua4 broken dovra. ttic ,'rwlwny ;o Clnnca, Vjctorfa, vr.i? opened on Ifond&y. BloaUin's tmni i)erfrirmau<-c ww wittiei-cj hr alKint 3000 ficrstuis, a high wiud Uowinji ?ttbe time Darling, a sitrwj-or. jumped <??'"? the Glenelg traiu. nmt was instantly kilUi 1 . Tbe Carna-riH, front London, isav.ibrc no.ir the lightbonsc, Addwile. Joseph Adams, n-hois imprisoned for life at- Adelaide, for mantcring C:iptini Whitcombe, was vrhipped for aasuuHtnr; x],c guartt. Western Auatraliau wlviocs report that I lie elections resultc-<l in tlie return of ahiiu?t :.lt t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

EMSBANE JtJCD TOSEBES KTHJUTa. v ., AKKITAX* ??*XTCK. Sim. T?H? October. l*f*. lAbontSim.4Uapct.lS7<. . _ lath. Sorantec, _ > „- 1* *?'<??? - „ lath IXoember. _ - ?tl? -. ? " llkh Jannaty; 5?7?- ' . _ Vth IMc _ Z Tth Frtwunerr ? - MthJ?B.WW. !T;tb>un.it. ? ? " aiiiivih. „ ? 4th April, „ ? - M?tM?r...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Additional Mail News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Additional Mail News. It js stated that the photograph of the Princess of "Wales, in which she is carrying one of her children on Iter back, is so great a farorite that no fewer than 300,000 copies of it have be?n sold. Various reports Have lately appeared in print to the effect that'debts have been contracted by the Prince of Wales. ' It has been stated that Mr. Gladstone was. requested to briny the matter before Parliament, but t declined; tiiat Mr. Disraeli was to be asked" to do so ; and, - finally, that her Mnjrsty had ? pail off these amounts. - Mr. P. A. Taylor, the member for Leicester, lias, even - ad dresscil his constituents <m the subject. , It is now authoritatively asserted that there is not a single word of truth in | any oF these statements. , ~ ' The Marquis of Lorno has been ' lecturing at Xobermory to a local mutual , improvement society in the Baptist Chapel on thn Spanish Armada. The Princess Louise , was not able to be present, but at the doss of the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

srtte £ittflUton gurguis. " Strong to no Master ; op so ercx am I.' , ?'Be just, and.fea.ii hot; i.et ai.r. the enijs thoi7 aim'st at b)j . tut CocsTjtr'e, tut. God's,-iSDT?trni'ff."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRAITS AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

mJZ^^AX&'CBLWA:. A. Clark's Government is- bent upon'developing tlie great resources of t)re Malayan Peninsula. ' -3500 Jtsciptined Chincso troops under General Tong arrived in, eight steamers at Formosa. -3000 more- are to follow. A great typhoon, at Hongkong, and .Macao, caused great loss of property and" life. > A eeverc carthquako has occurred m-Japan. -

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1874. Waste. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 18, 1874. Political economy, "will never, m our time at least, become a popular science. Good old ladies -tritU soft hearts, and heads to correspond, h?vc an idea that there i? something wicked in that steru, logical i?ystem. AiuiaHo enthusiasts, and enthusiasts that *re nut amiable at all. mention it' with a sigh or a enccr. And jet itisnot the fuultof the philoso-' phers of this school, that they tiro per petually at war iri th tccntimcntal preju dice. They .mean well, they fcindlo a Elatintical Budo light, whose vivid glare shews us many an unwelcome truth, many a pitfall lurfci ig where we had fancied flowers and smooth turf; Imt we do wrong to grnnible at the revela tion. One of their pet antipathies, a ; target at which, they ere acciustoaied to discharge the heavy sirtillcry of intrteite computation, and thvi. brisk firoyrof speech and treatise, is&rastc. --\ So far, in theory jtTleast, wo all go along with them. We all hate -nsutte, or profess to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA AND THE EAST. Colombo, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

INDIA. AKD THE E&ST. Colombo, .October 24i Governor Grogorr opened the Legis lative Council at Ceylort, October 1+. The revenue for the past year wns the largest ever known, amounting to £ 1,300,000. jSew navigation works are to be extensively carried out also railways anil road extensions to support the coffee-planting enterprise are to be carried out. Education is progressing. Xbe Government and aided schools' number 830, with -17.000. scholars. The District Judge of Colombo, Mr Berwicky, issued a rule for the editor, of the Ceylon Observer to appear before liim in consequence of tlie publication of a letter animadverting on tin- conduct of the business of bis Court, on his in attention and discourtesy, to the bar, and suitors. The editor appeared to ask through his counsel for time to prove the charges. One ?week "was granted by the Judge to * answer his interro gatories.' Meantime counsel has ap plied to the Supreme Court for a writ of injunction prohibiting the. Distric...

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 — 18 November 1874

Local and General Newe. The "Weather. —The atmosphere durjng the pait few days has been of * much more: genial; character than that ex{ierienced for some lime previonsljv Cool breezes liaTC prevailed, and the evenings have been some' what refreshing. A thunderstorm passed over the town on Saturday afternoon, and another on Monday night—the lightning being Tear rrivid on both occasions, -nd the Tain heavy and continuous on Jfonday. Yesterday it was wet tip tin about ten o'clock, aTter which the day wa? beautifully fine. There- were several smart showers in the morning-. A heavy bit of rain just now -wonM prove most disastrous for the farmers are busily engaged harvesting their wheat. Death or A Teoop Horse.—Yesterday I morning a valuable horse belonging to the Singleton police force died from the effects of having been seized xrith the - Kripes" on the previous night. All that could be done was tried to save the animal's life, but without avail.. The horse was valued at X3O. SHAKES. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival of the English Mail at Adelaide. VIA SUEZ. (From the Herald.) Adelaide, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

? Adelaide- ! vji. acEZ. (irimi. tie Sereli.-) Adelaide, Nprernber 13. The mail steamship ifuUta arri.-ed at lue Sound Iforettbcr Sth, tmd sailed earfjr oa the 1H&. She reached Gicaelg at half-past 4. Head xrinds. froat GaHe delayed lier "paseage. The weatlesr at- Glenelg waft roagh, aract delayed th* loading. . ?".".-? P.-iusesstansK *??? Sx3>ssr. Ttfr. Andcrsoa, 'Miss MnHaxijr,: Miss 3lar cella. Messrs! Darjrs, G. Lloyd, s£ r: vnd Mrs.Taragu?t and 2 children,, Mr. Thiaaas, 'Sir. -Alcocjfc, Mr. A. Higgra soa, Mrs. C. and Mis? 15. Higgineon, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Jtrs. Camerou and S children, Mrs. Armit" and 2 infants, J. P. "Woos-ter, Key. Dean Lynch, Sir. Riley, .Saltern and Bibra. GENERAL SUMMARY. Tlie Claimant has lieen visiteil at Mitlbauk Ly.liis wife, by Lonl Rivers, axiO. l.y Dr. Kcneally. He lias lost 7 stone, auj his h:ur is jjrey, but lie is in good health. Line-(or Jean. Louie) has lately boon removed io Portland. Mr. Bright, lisning refused to prest-nt a I&g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

jsSnper Hunter Ge-eral J-drocsts, HBJj IS PUBLISHED SV2MT |9predi?csdaT and Saturday p?m| Tense β-f Subscription fslj?nrear <ln ?d-raitcF), p?y?blo cftinrterl J- .. XI 4s. MM&I do (nvOlc) £1 Is. iKir The Credit price is charf;iil If the subscription. £ft9ttSst p?id durineche first month fif the qnaxser. The ar* the u.'su,' whether the p.ii\r v deliTkrrd by or through po<U , aaSsinch ?a.l nmier -. Sβ. Od. Safifc' ??Mitioniil inch or half-inch. .. .. Is. Od. a?d Marriagra 2jj. Cd , CarJa per qno?ur .. I.s. Od. !|||tip£s| No *dTerti*cmenU boolted tinder Sβ. nZJoTCnnce will bo made for AdTerclannnits for a period of onpr foar weeks. It mnrt be understood, &at? Qslese. conntermanUed,' hdteclixiiMnw will Ik, eontmned aa-f T;b?rewl Jtar v [>${|BHbcal nee- AdTCrtiecmcuts slioald hamtbe mzalber f "[JOgiii if iiinn required writtm <hk the order, w'WT pcrs?oa ordering AdTsrtlMineiltKor .Pxintlse on S'MW-f of ? Committnr, formed or Iα be rorme...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Lord Dundreary in Auckland. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Lord Dundreary in Auckland. A TtECENT importation of the "Ijav hanr" species (says the Thames papdr), * was sometime ago doing sl grand tonr of tllufMmiT mil >1n 1 bmiwita ?hostelry in one of the "frontier settle"" " ' menjts. The weather was a triflj ' warmer than it is now 1 , and the flics were troublesome. During the pr? -; gross of the meal which had been,pre-' | pared for tlie guest, tho flies became i ravenous, and the whilom ornament of | Belgravia rang: tho hell—they lied ' arrived at that point of civilization ??? possess a bell—and the waiter came. " Waitaw," said tho traveller, " would yorjt Jbo good cnough-ah, to remove the flics-all." Tlie waiter retired to inform, the landlord of the strange request that hail been preferred. Xow the landlord was one of his own best customers, ami as the snn had passed meridian, or wa*> "over.the main-top, or had reached some ? other, point which is considered an excuse for frequent - libations, he was in no humour to , tolerate ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ.— VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

tabm: j OP" XNGX1SH ilAILSTVIZ. — 1 -, rRAjrcraco.' ? lEAY*irrtwav. -'? anttrrewKtrxnc Satoirday 5-ttbOct, ISJ*- f rrnUy 11th Ilee. IJJ*. atstJCoev „,,t '.. -nth Jan., Ml*. _ JSth Dec _ I ' „ ?b Feb. „ ' lOCS, JnavleVS. ( „ Mb Bar. „ X.X4VE lOKDOX. J.BRIVK -SSCFET; Tnendajr. SStJt JLnt*.l?T<. 1 Monday, lltf. Oct. 18JI. „. ajn-lSep*. „ I ~ Mb *?"?? - " luthOct I Tth l?-c. _ _. Irih .Nor. ? w I ? ~ 4th Jan. 16.-. .. 13th Dec." .?„ „ latl'eb. - „ mWan. ?73 I ? Ist Mar. ?

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

Post Office. ' 1 CJQ>aae. Ketta.—Tar .etusm?breofc. Scone, BlnndtbinV - I?w.nw?MnjaSnvn?JkMlanda.y.TneaaaJ.We4nea d?j. T&nminv. rriday, and, Bo?m(a.y a* aunt on Bafcal*!ay-creuinjt atSpJU-lor Sunday - - s?vnh^er^ g v-r^ss > 'rr^?^r!^ t JTrbtny. and SetnrOaT, ? , atenenc'L. .--'_....-„.- -, * )- SBota—Oo. Jloodny. Tanadar. Wednesday. Ttoreaey Jdaa-y, avia',?MlinMaT.'i> Wcat-Maliiheriifc aVsrpeta , Ke?naUe,El?*X?ttl??<*. an?VSj<?nejr.nt?pja ?r-W?atoeurth-^tfXws'?l>ln^n?-rn??lWy,TJ?i?n? -ijny. end KuuwlaK. ?* ?.*> *??- Tn- H?wf a Tallei. ore naawnlev. it !>.3?"nM.—? To- Vere and, Enalsde 1 !, oa,>tou?s?T...Tn?Ti<leT.nntf HatnTilnsvat. TQJtD 1 am . ~ T? ISootfe rbX Ws?i EKwSCnna OUuHon. Breok?i? VTcilneanar tard Sntnrday. at SJO nja. . To ftrl-lcrmri.Kli ntlOaoa.- __ .' . . j...

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

Emigration- TliE opportunity of earning- a compe tence, ia men -who have little 'beyond a pair of stout arms and a clear Iicad to help tjiem, arc unquestionably greater in, the colonies than in the mother conntry; bnt they "have not yet dis covered any security in Canada, orAia tralia, or in New Zealand against the risks of fortune. As a rule, men must, and do, work harder and longer in the colonies, and, for a time at least, must, be content /with more discomfort. To have mutton at 2d. a lb. Is not the he all and. the cud-all of existence. The very climate, with its seductive and enervating influences, is in most of the colonies rather a drawback than an in centive to those who are working- for a livelihood. Bat of nil the dangers to which the immigrant is exposed in a new conntry, perhaps die worst is the temptation to believe that he will better his position, all at once, and, by the mere sphere of labuur, rise, as a matter of coarse, to a higher station. The labourer at home mus...

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

LOjSDOX. Connt Arnitii has beun re-arresied a't tlie instigation of Prince Bismarck. Sir George A. Arwy, Cliicf Juitice of Nf:-n- ZcaJanJ. linine to England' in February. Jt is. likely tliat hn yriil be sneceeded h\ tlic _\tu?r?cj-Goticral? Mr. ns Chief .Tn^lic. ijir, Grey lia?~ j>iiblis7ic<l another long petition .i:i 'ivifft-fi lie M>t~: ' forth' at ctoi?iidcrabltt lowptFr tin; ."K-tion | of tlic Uritislt I'nrliam'-nfc in 184.7, in i ylaciui; in th? Iriiulk of tlie timcruor ftf New Zealnnd £l<i,WC>yrfr<r-pr..- J ..BSsBg land from the- nativt-*, , nn-1 <?-v{:-?x:itr>l> ing tho native-title. I Acliild asked; " Who wiil'lms-s- tli<? i Inst man tliat dies ?** Perhajis, street j cliitd, a. descendant of t!ic little robin ! redbreast that buried tits children in the ' TTolxi,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Sheep of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

The Sixeep'of the- Colosy. The folldfring , is an approximate return of the number .of. sheep in. the seTeral districts of the colony. It ? runs as follotrs:— ??.?:.;' ', .'?'-;' ':?? ? ? .. '??;? ?: Attafty,. 210,815; Armidale,4lo,o69 ? Bstemaltt, 587,789; BaOretst, 1C8,835; Bega, 804; Benjl Betake ;'i?o|OT^i32J4^^^p<3?aS^; 'SS76 ?' ; -'Co*. ; Cbotamojwirj-, 8010 - : j Dundaloo, BctuiE ?Jjtan, :, ij125,098 ;. Bubl?, f>66.150 ? BdeiV 2239 ; Easton, 67,101 ; Forbes* : ;375,869 ; Glen Innes, 275,i'22; Gou goTgen, 1335 ; GmiSbum, IGS,2CS ? Grenfeil, : Gunning-. 117,Ki53 ? Guni.iaj;ai, 176,570: il.Tuii | Gmuieuah,- 341, VS'J ; li::rt.;r:ivos' 2,47;),40i ; Hill E::"i'. ;'lnverell,' Jurilderie, 1:37,015: Khuaru. nil : Jiivitlainlj.lSOO; Mcrrivrii. i(il,isy- Moiiiudic, 547,110 : I-lor.m:-.. 7i.2Si; M010njj,204,751: Murrurundi,a3rr.ll7; Miiugoe, 117.29G : 87,000 ; ilumirnb-arrah, -1200 ; Jiui urala, 554 ; Ssari-abn, Bi?i,7lK : 4200; Orange, 675,587; Fatorson, i5OO ; Queanbt-Tc...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 17, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 18 November 1874

Telegraphic Intelligrence. [FttOM ouk Telegraphic Coekes pon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 17, 6.30"p.m. .Tcr>?E FiuLNcis contemplates resigning, Ills judgeship, in consequence of ill health. llotrlctt, for attempting to procure abortion, lias been sentenced io five years' hard labor. Farrellr, for ill-treating an appren tice, lias been acquitted^ The inquest on ilic body of tlie child found in a backet, has been adjonrncd for a neck, for the attendance of the nl- It-gcd mother. The caso of De Beaker against Mad docks, is closed, and tho Bench will deliver judgment to-morroir.

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

cntpttoti L-ntin-iy < :?ic .^.r,..::vaTTlI;i.—A!?VT. PrinUr.l *n<l PublUiicti by TIIOIVA.S I!. JIOYCX ?.: If. I'IXCUIN', s?!c J J ro;jri?or?, nt . Uieir nacbto? GcTirtal Printing- Office. Johs-strrct, Sisc'iaWf ?' tiecolon/ >'ew-Scaih Wate*.

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