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SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. The markets during the week have been well supplied and the attendance fair more especially when taken into consideration arrivals from other colonies continue to come forward freely, consisting of—l 7 kogs butter, 154. bales hay, 2143 bugs bran, 300 bags pollard, 6754 bogs potatoos, 863 bag? onions, 72 bags oarrots, and 11,153. bags flour, up to dote. Hay.—Prime oaton still maintains a fair prico, and very best bundles and trusses Cs Od, 5s lOd to Cs ; medium, 4s 3d, 4s 6d to/4s 9d; .inferior, 3s to' 3s! Od J superior bales, 5s to 5s Cd ; medium, 4s 3d to 4s 6d ; inferior, 3s Gd to 4s. Oaton and wheaten bales, primo, 4s, 4d to 4s 9tl ; i second quality, 3a .9(1 tb 4a. Whouten bundles,-3s to 8s lOd! Hunter River wheaten hnleu, on the wharves, very dull of ealo, 2s 9d to 3aC<l. ;',.' : _'"?: : Lucerne.—Thia lino bus como for ward vory freely from Windsor, espe cially green' samples, and as quantities are in exces...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

LONDON. Monday. A special meeting of the Cabinets ammoned in order to consider the state a affairs in the East was postponed twing to intelligence being received litfthe rialtab ia n'ow/inoiitied: to/yield; lolhedemttarls pi the Bpwers.y the Britiflh Govern-- Biiit"staregard,;tp': : tlie;.bpmbardnjeiit! rfTiirMshpbrb'iis now nnder. the oon-, rtetioii of iLri?tria and Qeirmpny, who. ilisitdied, lie'Bi|iia^/'io';;apperjt I \thov rea-j {?oaeibility o|tlie Bte^..", "].; ? l ., ?.. i 9, The British'./proposal/'ia. .tua't.y.thoj Siptdron shonldat/once- quH/Cattaro,! ?iidproceco'-ito 'tboj Gati o!i" Smyrna,' 1 'fa? wbicb place yes?els/ would ;be able! S(opiate b complete embargo on/Torkiehi aKm?erce.'!./. !,';;."/.'; y- '. : ' : ,'"".!? 7/' ;. 1 fteQreek Goveramerit i?rnnintaining^ mia aititude of tiaibbfninessi ?' /' Muclv Bijmpjtby is : bxjsressc&;'fpr thp .position! StfGreece, lumbers: of yoluntoprs aro! Sft!vii)g'dai(j' iit A.tlibns'."'''-'' : ' : 7 '"'' '' ?[ m Ito,rows thnt t...

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL. London, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL. London, October 8. The bank rate of discount is 2½ per cent. Money is in active demand. The copper market is deelining. The tin market is quiet, but steady. 'v' ; Bt'Bt ; 'Austrolian tallow is' qiipwS. st 33s per 6wU : j mutton ditjp "at 3C?'iia. " pribb of AusUaliatt wheat Ib'&Ob '.to/ per _ 49G(b., c*; warohbtt?e, Thb price of AiiHtralion flour'is 34t ! '6d : iQ:3s3pet2opib.' ' .''';. ;/:; ; '"/ 'Continued rains are enhancing f! |"jjf value pf nearly all cereal produ6?",,./'/;., -''"" The total 'quantity of wheat 'tms J| 1,240,tiQ0 quarters, ??"//-. 'ym

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. The cattle market is 10s. easier beef is worth 15s. The sheep market is steady: wethers in wool are 12s, 6d, shorn 8s, 3d, to b.M'/:/7777/77:'/7//',/7.:.,;7!;/'7 ;

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MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. Wool.—We held a sale of small lots this week for which good values were realized. Our regular opening sale will take place on the 20th instant when we will submit'a'n'Httl ; actiVe" , c'a't'albijrio'.j A W^ 0 !' ?f i ..l>pv ! : bWm ,w|ll...bp,Eifewnt, .and wo anticipate-asatjafiwlpiy^re?ult. Shoopakins were in,very brisk request ut our sale on!WpiJofiedoy, whon w? cleared a'lieavy catalogue, at quotations, , Well grown-, light: ;? medium'to good? s|d'to "abort growth, 4d to 5d ; and .polls, 2*d'tb 8d per lb./ 7 ;!.' ':.:'),"' : :'*,,..-.,., ,ld ?? Leather.—Tho salo? thia week passed off vfith considerable ariimatlbhTTino? the demand for solo fori export/still con tinues. Quotation's: kip,lBd to 16_d s twcod, 18d to 22d;, calf,:iBd ltd 2nd ; ! solo, 8d to 1 Id,; ( VharriefB, 91 to"11 _d per 'lb/';'?'? hog; 9s tq ; ; and basils, 6s to 12s per doecn., , M .' (< , Tobacco Loaf pan,,bo/ disppserl'p J f at from Bd' tp $W! for. first qrjhli'tyi $...

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

Aw.. connected , with r; tho Colonial ?Mutnal, tlfb, Assurance' Society/ must ;? con- the veYy marked improvement noticeable by tbe figures iiist ; presented when,compared, with tho proyicras -year's report., In/Maylastyear the accounts displayed the fact'tbcit tbe annnal income was £70,090 Is. lid.;-hut the lines now sbow,-,£07,55i.58. Id./, thereby, bringing for cibly to-notice an'absolute'incronse of no less a snm than £27,404 3a. 2d. That such a total could/have accrued' in so short! a Itirce,''at the Antipbdes" may well: occasion /purprise here, more 'particularly when it iis remembered that' Mr.; Murray Boss//who established the Liverpool and London in Melbourne, was at"fir?t staggered at thb' /Bpiitbyi as Insurance, -mapi festfid pn the of .a gold-hunting public. In'Afew year?,-however, aid london fou d,'"with-tbo Royal, that gojd, 'flolds wero ready for tillage, and ithen- othbr. ?English l Offices rushed into the -competitive 'liiite, .'establishing businosso? which now cop...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Late Items. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

Late Items. Monday. Mrs. Abbott's stationer's shop Ox- <*> [? street was yesterday afternoon totally destroyed by fire. Twemlo and M'Minn, both watchmakers, occupied * c adjoining -premises, and received- Kssiderablav damage.}, Mrs. Abbott,'; 0 Ms asleep, had a narrow escape' is insurod for a thousand; ?l?, and her ,-furniture,.for. £200.i !* csnse of the Bra is unknown. "-*'"? Mother fire "decurrod ; oh Saturday m.a dwelling-lidiiEo in} Brisbane; Wwcnpied by-Mr; ?? Scott;'" The jjV ongmaled'4n a kerbseno lamp ox-i f%. Thei contents of >evera.rroqrfl?' M agricultural. Society's, schodulo '? April Show wiil probnbly be out; --Tho. - Wool committcoi Jp) abolishing the prizes for clothing: ;5w.(1, dividing the clips into fino: ?ttiong combing. . With this alter- S\ ??? schedule rewfmtne'aded is PWia?%Mb?for,, ' '

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The Maiden's Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

The Maiden's Progress. UNDER this title a writer in the World says:—The progress of our modern maidens, like that of the bad apprentice is downward from the first. They come nndor the inflnonce'of vicious treatment ; i rivolity iliey" absorb; wif h.tli'elrm.otb.'ep milk. While7flUll'.'-tho merest 'infants, tlteyjocquirp far,.drees; -thf r; earliest prattle- -ia. of furbelow o£d flouncoi-their first, joys! tq appear an smart 'clothes;'. like'Hhcir; elder*;; wide sa?hes 1 bT^jn'6r , Bilk;''vfitih lA'ccd .pinafores, and bigiVpsotteflintbpir Bboejs, The paramount importance of personal' oharm? is dinned Into tbeir ;eaVB long. .bbfofo they leave:tho gchool^oifr|-,arid' Vtiiey jearn early, to apprais'd andflppre ?ciato those which tbey flatter .Uhom solves thoy really v possess. ??' Tho people who surround thorn fopler fan this into'a constantly glowing flame.'' Girls, to compass beauty or its counter feit, will cheerfully lend themselves to,. the tormentors, and gladly face present j tor...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, October 7. The continued agitation in Ireland is causing much anxiety to the Govern-<*> ment, and preparations are being made for the despatch of additional troops to w the dwlricte most' diiiturbea. Active I s: Breparetiqne are proceeding in tho Mili llMfclrfre?e .-in tlto;Wqet;Of;lre)nnd, ;;?; Mi&U VriufnbPr of Aennre tb'bo?bntat fl Tho now yncht Xvyadie, boilj; at (io OaW of Ruissia; loft & Glasgow yoatprdiiy for ,t}je Baltic. ! fflsEiftooh-tliou?and Kurds havoinvaded ? Poreio., ? 'ihocaaus'belli bas.nofc tran6- "'"' ??;"--' : ' ?:?;???;.?'?? X ? ??"? |Sfco of ; 4lio laio M. Offenbacbj it} the /distinguished opera bouffo composer v took place to-day, at Porie.'tiha was; 6,^ 1 o,%?:,funeral A???''took'ptacft'in' tli?'chnVfcli-of tho £;; Madeline, and i tno obsequiee wore of ft imposing cbornoter. '< Tholedaing =": v: yice. '????'?;?. ?.. ~ ''..' ?. : :;::';/ ; : ; fee brought to a prisi...

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Religion. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Religion. THEs religious needs of the population are mot by the existence of 3715 churches and chapels. All the denaminations are self-supporting the annual grant of £50,000 having ceased on 31st December 1875. Tho . number ?of resristored clergy in tho Colony Is 634, in tho following proportions :— Churoh ;of England, 110;, Roman Cathollp, 87; Presbyterian. 151; AVeslsyan, 113; Congregation allsts, 47; Baptists, 47; Lutherans, 13; VlaWu: Calvlnlsts, 2; other soots, 48; Jews, 7. A great interest is ovinccd in roliglous matters, in tho colony, and. somo of tho most 'eloquent preachers In the old country havo paid tho oolony a visit and preaohod in tho. pulpits of tho various denomina tional churches, ..

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Government of the Colony. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Government of the Colony. Victoria is governed under a Constitution built upon the lines of the British Constitu-<*> tion. The representation of the colony is in the hands of a Legislative Council and a Homo of Assembly. : A Governor is ap pointed by tho Imperial Government, to whom the colony pays £10,000 per annum. A large.civil servlco is maintained, ttt great cost to the country.- Tho present Ministry, who ;have inaugurated a 'stern.'', polio j. of retrenchment, havo begun, as a preliminary, to lessen this expenditure. The following is a list of the (Governors of Victoria sinco the year 1851, tho dato of tho seporation of the cokDy from New South Wales:— G.J. Latrobo, Superintendent Distriot Port Phillip, from 30th September, 1 39; do. Lieutonant Governor, lfith July, 1851, to sth May, 1851; J. Veay Fitzgerold (Administrator). Bth May, 1851, to 22nd Juno, 1851; Sir Charles Hotham, X.C.8., 22nd Jnno, 1851, to 31st December, 1855: Major Gonoral Macarthur, (Administra...

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VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. Rise and Progress of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. Rise and Progress of Victoria. IN traversing the events which have led up to the remarkable culmination of an Inter-<*> national Exhibition in a colony little more than forty years of age, we may, without fear of.woarying our readers, partiaulariso tho?o' moro prominent, occurrences in its history whioh may be regarded as'tho landmarks of its progress; It is. necessary to realise the . extraordinary strides, -which Victoria has node, not merely in material wealth and population, but also in tVoao' arts and refinements which, as wo know, always accompany wealth and .population,, in order that we may properly appreciate tho proud and unexampled-position whioh. the oolony now'holda. -? .--.... : Littlo more than forty years, ago, John ? Batman moored his littlo vessel, the Stbceca', to a gum-tree thou'growing on'the site [of Cole's Wharf,' Vm the banks of tho 'Snrra.' Ho was the pioneer of settlement; for, although thobrothersHont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

?*?-'. EV.ERY SEWING.; MACHINE / ' ;,,iS-,.,.0-.i'4;¥'l'|-.P ; ??- '?' SOLE AGENTS,- " \ 77; BEWARE* OF ... ! JSTO 1 ' HAND - MACHINE BBD*Jo*s6 T0 ? ? .-?-fc>a:.- ???.-. ???'.; ?.;,.-,;.' ?? :..~ : ;Ai! : ?: ',-??: N.B.—Thtsia also adapted for uso on Tablo , and Trciullo,whloh-wowlll?'">pli;jitai)jrtln?! ..' V.olJllO?nn'Amanriiii'nni-:.',"-.:' ri"**?. : ITO 2 MACHIHB,f6r. Tmadlo'.a's'o only hixvln - tho very great advautn'go of being sot level ?with tho tablo, compleU',-wltti ElcgantOtna. mental Iron Btand, with ii??dson>o polished f.,;j j ;-. ,top.i,complctc. BBDUOED TO; ... ?*KrCS"?3 MACHINE, an ntjovo, with poifsncd'covei . to lockand protect machine.. JIBUUOBD TO .. ,:,.,u^% 7 r., -. .. .:.-...,,.-? . ..... ?.' ,: '' ; 7' ;; 'A'USTRA[LirAN' ' ". _ ? ?[ Letter from the Manufacturers; j [Messrs. M. Mobs an*> ...Oo.y .r, ?.;. ?? Sydney, ?N.B.W. 7 ! ? Goutlemen, ;-.,-?; ??<?[ ???[?; ?} y) Our attention, having been called to: advertisements inserted - in. ono ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Miscellaneous. The writer of "Town Talk" in the Argus makes the following remarks on an attempt to reprieve a man convicted of the murder of a child :—"One of the most offensivo forms of humbug is, to my mind, tho affectation of sympathy, and especially for unworthy objects.. A lot of peoplo havo been petitioning'the Homo Sicretnry to ropiiovo a scoundrpl convicted .of murdering a little.,girl, ?under circumstances of . exceptional cruelty, upon the ground that he acted i undoran " uucontrollatle impulse." 1 nm glad to Boy that the Home Secretary is moved by a similar instinct to hang him. It is really timo that these mock humanitarians should bo described ns thoy desotvo to be. What possible ad-. vantage do thoy suppose is to be derived by any human being from a prolongod existence amongst us of an individual who, by their own showing, has an " un controllable impulse" to butchor little children ? lam sometimes tempted to think that the brutality which used to be tho Bhamo of our s...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct., 11. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct., 11. The French and German ambassadors had an interview with the Sultan and explained to him the bad effect which this last note to the Powers has bad. h e pAn attempt on the part otjtlio?tiitan, ?WtdWke'terms with Russia failed. ' ? .-? Probably England, Russia, and Italy will issue a joint mandatory note to tho Saltan. Tlio other Powore decline jio M MBJst. in, tho application of physical "?SWetibn id Turkey : ?:?..-:? , -..?., ; /? Tbo-Land agitation and agrarian out ' rages in'lreland continue.- Tho feeling of tho Roman Catholics against tho ; --i'Lend Reform League ie spreading. 1 ' ; The Roman Catholic Archbishop iof Dablin has issued a pastoral, and tfic' Biflljop of Cloync has made a epeeob, "" r jbptK of significant ;clwra.cter. '?". C ; v : Jjorct' Annrsley,' Lord Tenr.plcniore, and'other landlords refuse to remain in Ireland Noting the winter... -; i ?. ! Tho death is announced of Sir Wm. Linton, X.0.8., M.D., on...

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Messrs. French and Burge's Tweed Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Messrs. French and Burge's Tweed Mills. Daily Telegraph's Parramatte correspondent. THE county of Cumberland is so far known abroad as an agricultural land pastoral district only that the majority of your readers are probably not aware that during thb past few years; some very flourishing industrial enterprises :hava been established 'within'its boun daries. Indeed,' that portion of the county lying between Parramatta and Liverpool now boasts prosperous ;papor mitls,- raeat-pre?orving works, tweed factories, tanneries, brick nud tile works, arid other similar cstabliahrnehts.employ-: iug. permanently somo hundreds of skilled artisans, supportina; a population of tlio most dosirable class, and sending, out manufactures which now really con stitute an important feature in the com merce of this colony. . Hithorto tho promoters of theso valuable industries have had to straggle, unaided by a sub stantial protective '..tariff,., ngaiiist tlio pernicious, iufluehco of foroigu competi tion,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

SUMMER DRAPERY. THE whole of our hew goods for this month aro now iv slock, and inclndo nn nnosuully fine assortment of Prints, Sateens, and other Dress Fabrics* Also tho usual assortment of noveltie? for the season. , , \ millinery. THIS department is now under the management of a first-class Milliner from one of tho best Sydney houses. Tho New fiats and other Millinery Uoocls include most of tho latest'novelties in tho colony. gap This deportment will have its Btock frequently replenished, with a view to securing a liberal share of patronage OUTFITTING-. WE havo o.v?ry largo variety of Boys', Youths' and Men's Clothing, suited for Nnmrocr woar, with n'full assortment of Straw and other Pats, and general out fitting Goods. SPECIAL NOTICE- Our Eeducod Lists of Habordashery and other " Goods aro deserving careful attention of buyers— particularly of dressmakers, dealors, and other buyers of quantities. JAMES MOORE. &7 Co. , ' i The New Automatic Tension. Silent Sewing Machine...

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Food Thrift. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Food Thrift. Public Opinion. IN a beautiful district of this country which I recently visited the proprietor of over twenty-five thousand acres of land was losing his best farmers almost -in a body. Seven farms, I was told, were being given up this year. ' Oho. farm was being given-np. by a farmer who had live 1 and worked on it all his life, wlii.bu family for two previous gene rations bud filled his pluce, and who was ono of the most renpeeted inhabitants of all the country round. It is held out by some that tho ruling mind will bo helped ? in this dilemma by a reductioti of tho family, by a change towards reduction in the numb>>r!i of tho population. V. 11l fares the land, tb future ills a prey, , "Where wealth accumulates aud men decay. The chances of redaction of population in numerical strength arc not of them selves great, but the reduction of best power by emigration is v certain fact, so that iii iho strictest sonso of .tlio word men decay in this hind. It is the fitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Ail, Mon. we presume, is the cxtntio exclamation of the Swiss rhouh-;, taiueer as.he lays his hand on his diaphragm nfter tossing off a modicum of " Dew. bf the Alps, "as.a .stomachic and appetizev.. Thi?-; oldcordirii of the Helvetian is truly delicious to the palate as well as refreshing to the , exhaii?ted inner . man, and we' cordially thank Messrs. M. Moss and Co., agents of the proprietors.for Australia, and through I them only oan it be obtained. Wo advise | the. manufacturers tp send moreof it and tp keep sending it. ? Tho miners like it, as do the stock farmers and cattlo tenders; so do \ the city folks, as in fact does everybody; Of the sanitive properties as a restorative and antidote to malaria, there can bo no doubt. And then 'the flavour—per Jove I is "a draught for ,luno when she banquets.—ADVT. Hollo way's Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of the most formidable and chronic characters bave been cured by Holloway's remedies. Ulcerations which havo proved themselves incura...

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Hard Times. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Hard Times. Castner's. WELL, don't growl about the times, but go into some work and make money. If you can't meet your debts you can't, and there is the end of it. Many a good man.has. failed ? boforo you, and' v few will fail hereafter;^ But .you are, or 'reckon yourself n man— deflnt* tjion, your djity.as a ttiaui, , Growling is.? doge port, when n cat trios to Etenl his dinuer. Twisting, turning planing, working, ox porirnontin'gi earning , , making, getting, HnouHug, hud paying ereu iHtie ijnly a part of what you owe, ia a riian'e port— and we will ompua?ize, 'k\ avian's duly. He who <mii pay a port, bughtto-pay a part; lio who gives up,;aiiJ'rcjfUses to try, is not an lioubat iuani ,'jt w'on'tdo to dodge boliind tlie Ooiuplaintj rtfli dimes are hard, but it- wi.'l do Hplondidly to divo into the' 'difficaltitis,that you, nnd, clear tlio difference!,.after oil, if you do notiknovf ?whoro tho noxt week's piiymont is to ?cbmu' ; ''fr6iu?f-w?;.' would, lfko" to aelc wheth...

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