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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. Note.—The above are wholesalo pricasi o r ;what .Icalers wonldvgive pr<ylucer?.7 Singleton,' October 15; 1880.' £ e. d. * ?. d. Maize (new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Cnpa Uarliiv „ o 2 2 , 0 2 4 English Hurley „ 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Oats „ 0 2 6 „ 0 3 0 Bran 0 1 0 „ 0 1 2 Pollard ,010 ,,012 Adclaldo Wheat „ 0 5 0 ,, 0 5 3 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 9 „ 0 i 0 VIout, super., per ton ; 11 0 0 „ 12 0 0 Flour, secondB „ ?? ..10 0 0 „ 11 0 0; Lucerne Hay 2 0 0 ,. 3 10 0 Oaten Hay ... „ 2 15 0 „ 3 5 0 Potatoes... ... „ 2 10 0 „ 3 0 0 Tallow ... .'.. „ 14 0 0 „ 10 0 0 Butter ... peril). 0 O 9 „ 0 1 0 ChecBe 0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 . Bacon 0 0 3J „ 0 0 4 Lard : „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 4J Honoy ... ... „ 0 0 3 " „ ' 0 0 34 Beeswax „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 G Col. Tobacco, fig „ 0 1 6 „ 0 1 6 Ditto, leaf; ...? 0 0 6 „ 0 0 8 Horsehair ..... 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 Hides, heavy... ,', ? 0 0 ' 2J „ 0 0 3 Hides, light ... , 0 0 lj „ 0 0 2 Calves .,. .. 4 „ '0 10 0 „ 0 12 C Calf-Bki'ns .... ....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Then and Now. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Then and Now. THE Barwon Argus asks: When de-<*> ciding upon inflicting a fine of £250 on the proprietors of the Evening News, did the Chief Justice have any lection having onco said, when defending tho Empire newspaper many years',ago: ?:—" Comments may bo mado of a man iiia public capacity much more freely than that of a privato individual. Leaders of publio affairs, commanders of armies, JUDGES, magistrates, and others who have the intore?t of overjr man. in the community committed to them ; all who have largo powers en trusted to them for, t/ia publio good, should have free comments made on the way in which they use those powers. The public in tcrest requires that 'such - commonts should not bo too nicely woighed.'?? A largo, liboral,, .common* - sense yiow should be takon of them. . . . . Yonaro asked to wind-up a paper that exposes n gigantio system of oppression, and mismanagement;, you aro asked to ruin' that "portion, pf, lha Proas of tho colony that has dared...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

LONDON. Thursday. The Government has decided to insti-<*> tute proceedings against several of the more prominent members of the Land League in Ireland, as the disaffection is increasing. It has also been resolved to dispatch additional,troops to,the west of Ireland, where tlio tlisafloction is par ti n ry i icrea.iing, i-ecrrt meeiiug-i hoi; 7 i„l,l and threatening l?iig;ingo u>p'. Y"-tiT'l;iy n I;t7'? V'dy of B isutos ;'.-0j ?? : : :'.r?i\ befot* I, ,'n in Hm<ut VL-n I, .;?; 'i Vi.-'.i?>?.'?' si. ; -,) 7- ??;? "P ?''?'? tho plitce, b.ui.'alter it slinit ?;i'g'igeiuent tlu-y were repulsed with couaiderablo loss. . Cardfmd Nina, tho Pontifical'.Socre-j tnry of, State, has lotly been,sufloi ing from ill-health, and' Ijrs been obliged to res-igo. hia position qn'tiifti'MsiNfl*-'''.'' I Tinie is the; seed planter of eternity*: and every winged moment 4oes his work and will bayo bis wages; 7 7 -A ; Bhoemaker advertiaes "medical boots.''; Tlibvirtue i? in th...

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Northern Agricultural Association. QUARTERLY COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Northern Agricultural Asso ciation. QUARTERLY COMMITTEE MEETING I have the honor to be, Sir Your most obedient servant, CHAS GOODCHAP. Comnissiouer for Railways. THE quarterly meeting of the Com-<*> mittee of the above Association was hold at the Royal Hotel on Wednesday last. Present: Messrs. J.Kelf (in the chair), James Moore, W; Ash, P. Waddy, IJ. ' Willie.E. Drake, M. Waddell, and the Secretary; ' . ? -??. :''':?>:? ,: ; ..??-."?.::.. ; - The minutes of tholnit meeting were read and confirmed. ? '?''? ?''' - ; p >''': :.?;..; '<['. ? ?? '-'??'? j^ Telegram from'- the 'President; ap'olo ?pungfor\h?'abeencb,^,..l''; r |???''??.;;'-?? jv : i "'.?..'; ~ i From Mr. H. Gtennie,'acknowlodgihg the Committee's letter of condolence forwarded to the widow of the late Dr. Glennie. : : ' - ?- '? ?' ?'? ; ~ ; ' FromMr.JPatrick Ford, complaining that at the late iShow Messrs. J. and B. Graham had placed red, white, and blue ribbons on their horse, thus indi catin...

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The Poet's Corner. AT HIS GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

The Poet's Corner. AT HIS GRAVE. Indianoplis Herald. CHILL the moonbeams fall to-night on his tombstone tall and white. Rank and tangled grasses wave all [?] his grave. Lonit ago he went to rest; -i 'i ???.". V j V', .Tfondttll pallid lips weru prcssnl;, ?>, J, j ?; ???'?? '?? \Vlfo andfrlehda'andchildrendear,. ?' j '?AVccptagtfircPcd"tboatW"W o *!',? :??-,'?) '. ? In tho earth they UW hlmlow,':.'::..-,';'V'l ?. '.'. " Long ago, Oh, long ago I ) > M for mv I stood apart, ? . j No one know my blading hearty ~ _ ; j.. '^?r'-Ko'oiioknew, noro'crhW'known; ?-.??' "' Thstbeoncowasmlueuldnel . * j Cold nnd 9iJin, I,tunicd swny, ~ ~,....,;?., i :,-'Onthatno'crf?rgotfen , diiyV-v ?'-;''? - f Bntucforomyachlngcyei.,/. ......-,? j>. Boso ? scene 'narth foreign skies? ? <"' .? - Maiden proud and angry youth";' ... [ ;'.: .Accusations'void bttratU; - ! > i -? > ?'< ?'-? ?; ?? j _ Cruel tntint and bitter word, "V". ' ... i O ,:. Hasty blood to madness stirred....

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Sir. J. Robertson's Ideas. Deniliquin, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Sir . J. Robertson's Ideas. Deniliquin, Monday. Herald. LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS resumed his overland journey to Sydney this morn-<*> ing but Sir John Robertson remained behind for an hour or two in order to ;fulfil"a - promise made by him to ntteud tho Town: Hall, to receive any depu tations'desiring to address him. A deputation of free selectors, consisting of Messrs; Ghewlon, Vagg, Hanson, and , Wallser,;waited upon,him with reference to land matters. In reply, Sir John Robertson said he presumed that the mauifosto of the Free Selectors' Confer ence embodied the reforui? which iho isblectors . asked-, for. This had been presented to ithe.?..?Minister for Lands sinco he hnd 1 een away from Sydney, and iho Government! had not yot con sidered--it. ' Regarding,tho proposal to ? abolish interest on balances of con ditional purcliases, ho said it, wns tho duty of Parliament to consider the interests: of iho whole of the people. Tho land belonged to tho whole of tlio poople, a...

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Singleton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Singleton Borough Council. THE Council met in the Council Cham-<*> bers on Wednesday last. Present : The Mayor (in the chair), Aldermen J. Nichoils, H. Pinchin, G. Broomfield, D; McDougall, and A.J. Goiild:,.' \ ' ' ]l The minutes of tho last were ; rflad and confirmed. '...... ,'-.. ?:. : . i' , :-: , (-.,;.i-. .. .? CORRESPONDENCE. .V ?????' ; '??'' £ ;; T,o;the Colonial in refcrohce. ,'ta the By-laws. '".?'?". ;;,'.',?'' p.... ?J. jTo.'-Mr. ,G. Loder, consenting ito erection of verandah:in 'Bonrke-strcet..' ?vTothe Minister for Lands re'grant of £100 for the Kncreatipn'Reserve.; ~ Fioni the Colonial Treasurer, intitnat >ing that £83 16s. hail: been placed' to the-Council's account as hhlf-yeaT)s eri dpwment.'fund. ; . ,? ,;v From the Colonial; Secretary, intiraat- , ' ing that Singleton had been exempted, for a further period of two years|' frpin the operations of the Nuisances Pro-, rye'ntiort.Act.,'/' ': , ?;, ..?...'..?,.?"„?,.,?'.' ..??:?: ', i .From the.: Co...

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The Smaller Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

The Smaller Courts. These are comprised in the space occupied respectively by India, China, Mauritius, Ceylon, Jamaica, British Burmah, Fiji, and the Straits Settlements, India as you perceive <makos a bravo show. What do you thhik now 'V.'-.of this shawl? A shabby affair I I urn Biirpri?cd, ,:,' ,my doar Bir, at your lack of knowlodgo; know .that that shawl is a real cashmere, and worth . fsomo two hundred guineas. Likely onough it '??'?? took fivo yoar3 to mako. It has boon hand , woven by tho moat pationt, most ill-paid of Workers. Look at thia funiituro from Bombay. There is a marvel of carving for you—and this earvod stand; it was designed and mado by tho studonts of tho School of Art iv tho Punjuub. .-Ah I England may havo acquired India by tho ....sword.aud foroo; but slio ia making noblo' rcoomponso. Sho has cast tho light oi educa tion upon the land, lias lifted tha pooplo from thb slough of ignor.inco and superstition, baa given them freo iiiatitutioha, frcortom...

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

MELBOURNE. Friday. There were thirty-seven acceptances yesterday for the Melbourne Cup. The general entries for the Victorian spring meeting are very good. .The Melbourne Exhibition was last night lighted tip with the el ?olrio light. '.Between . 12,000 nnd 15,000 porsons ?were presi'iit, ihe Colonial ns well as the foroign Courts wero closed. Tho: 'Queensland Court was completely shut tip, (lie feeling being strong ngniust the opening of the Exhibition at night. . '? ;? Thu creditors of James Brick end 00. have unahiuipnsly. agreed to .grant an extension .'of time. Thb trial of Ned Kelly is to take place in tho old, Court-house, which is ,being fitted up for that purpose. Judge Barry vrill preside. V Neil Kelly's behaviour is good, nnd he expresses with great confidence the j opinion that ho will never bu hanged; I he'speaks freely on iho point. Mrs. vSkillion and Knto Kelly havo been allowed to vi?it hini. The general speculative opinion out side is, that lie will escape the gallo...

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The Art Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

The Art Gallery. The desire to reproduce the objects which strike the eye or the imagination seems almost to be an inherent quality of the human race From the rude attempts at drawing discovered in the tombs of . , tho Pharaoh*, to thu masterpieces of the medieval , , Julian aojiool, tbo Impulse that guided tho poucil ot?u>artlt**ius ??t boon the efmrtoi, Amoug th? ftttatttwrao" thb fort cMUsaffon Of thb IWW?Ttt> doubt, were to be fonnd. traceslof a g-ennlne art' jwhlch required bnt time and opportunity to per fect. Even among the most savage tribe* tlio .love iof pictorial representations t? discovered In the; ;ruao"roak sketches executed with' coloured clays, But, whllo It may lio considered aa Inherent.ln the' human family, tho artistic faculty, in its highest ;dovolopmont, la tho result and crowning glory of an mstbetia olvlllaatlon. It is an evidence of a cultivated tasto which domands, and of a cultured lelmira which pormlts, tho beauties of nature and t tho combinations...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. The cattle market is firm. Beef is worth 15s, to 16s. The sheep market is steady; wethers, with wool, 12s, 6d, shorn, 8s, 6d.

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The Ladies Court. BY A LADY CONTRIBUTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

The Ladies Court. BY A LADY CONTRIBUTOR. E.A.C THE exhibits in the Ladies Court, are arranged with much taste and many stands of brilliant-hued flowers are displayed. A large patchwork quilt hangs on the wall at tlio first lauding; in the centre of it nro worked tho flnga of every nation, and the colours aro so well chosen and contrasted that it makos a most effective appearanco. -Facing the staircaso ia a vory largo stand, filled with numerous exhibits, nil mado of tho pith of ru?lies, of tlio kind that grow nround Mordi ulloo and. Cheltenham; tho baskets, flowers, wreaths, etc., look just as if formed from ma'c curoni, and arc aa light as fcathera. The lady who designed them told mo that tho idea of so using the pith is entirely her own, nnd that a groat number of theso exhibits havo beon done some nino ycar?. Thoy have, howovor, kept their creamy, white tint vory well,- and look perfectly frosh. I think tho clever invontor will bo aluu>3t certain to receivo many orders for t a...

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Jon. W. Y. Clarke M.P.D. PRESIDENT. [With Portrait.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Jon. W. Y. Clarke M.P.D. PRESIDENT. [With Portrait.] THE Hon. W. J. Clarke, eldest son of the Into W. J. T. Clarke, an Australian pioneer and the largest landowner in Aus- <*> tralia, was born at Lovely Banks in Tasmania, on the 28th March, 1831, "When threo years of age, he accompanied his parents to New South Wiilos, where his father had become possessed of ,'somo station, property, the nucleus of that enormous landed estate which he afterwards bequeathed to his 'children." In 1836, the subjoct of this sketoh returned to.. Tasmania.. His healthY was bad,' and a, change of olimatb nvas necessary;' However, even-tho,-bracing,air ot Tasmania failed to rooupprate the youngster, and he was acoordiogty sent a voyage to England, with tho happy result of a perfeot restoration to health and strength. Upon his return to Tasmania, ho was sent to sohnol, first to Dr. Pry'eAcndemy.afterwards to Mr. Bonwiok's. When he had arrived at tho ngo of fourteen yoars, ho was again sent to ...

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United states. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

United states. The exhibits in this section are both numerous and interesting. The loss of the Eric the Red, the vessel in which large quantities of goods for exhibition had been sent, has, of courso, operated against tlie oomploto success of this court; nevertheless, our Yankoo frionds, with characteristic pluok, havo gone ahoad. They show us all kinds of tilings: matters connected with primary education, sohool-furnituro, printing, books, Albert-typo engravings and coloured label work (wonderfully goodj, stationery, book binding samples, painting and- drawing materials, house docoratious, musioal instru ments, surgical instruments aud appliances, mathematical instruments, a splendid collec tion of f nruiture, upholstery, and docorators' work, glass, crystal, and stained ceramis and pottery, outlory, carpets and tapestry, perfumery, clocks and watohea (a grand show), bronzes, loatherwork, basketwork, toxtilo fabrics and clothing of very suporior Sualitios, toys, raw and manufacture...

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ON HANDICAPPING. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

ON HANDICAPPING. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours, &c. W.CURTIS. Singleton, Oct. 13, 1880. SIR,—This is a subject that most people know a deal about, and have a lot to say upon, as regards dictation to the adjustment of weights. This applies only to the second class racing men,, who would have the-world believe they;were clever, 'And could' foretell, rosolts, but, Ifcrir, like the wonderful old woman—after they had - really, happened,' The, majority- of }great} handicaps,are pan? lisheil under the sanction of the stewards of. the riices, it is the duty of those gentlemen, ? in-tbe event of hot finding tberrtselv'cs'} equal .to the tjtak of composing; a-good article,} ! td : select,tho,roost competent jperspng,,to assist them." fcsttcb is tho general cu?tpm ;. and the persona called upon are generallyamateurs of experience.:' ????'' :?.'-'.'/"'' ??' ?""?''?; '?''.'?_"???; .'. Qn the subject of; hattdicappinst, there is *>ot.bing.';?>,;c.a,gy .ag',- to. find...

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

France. The exhibits from this country are numerous and most attractive and interesting Of course we expect from a people, God gifted with artistic taste—industrial faculties, and tible eu.orgy, remarkable illustrations of the : ; national genius. Wo nro not disappointed;!' and whon the oourt is complete, Yfo aro'sur* ' that it will form one ef the chief attractions of the Exhibition. The aoneral Court lies at th* . southorn sido of the eastern nave. : :V v 'What monstrous ignorance is displayed by 7 ; thoso dunderhooded pooplo who cling to the' V tradition that the French are a superficial,' -' orratio, and impractical people France h*s shown tho world within tho past ten years how '??'? impossible it is te placo hor bsofc }n tho aeaond : :W: rank of nations, Elastic, patriotio, ardent, full.V of gonitis, and lofty aspirationa, the lessons ol" "? disaster have developod the moit noblo traits V l . in tho national character, Thoy have inspired — a profound resolution to becomo great...

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THE COMING ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

THE COMING ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Your obedient servant,' "VOTER,-" Singleton, 14th Oct,1880. SIR,—Brown appears to be the favourite colour of the rider for the Singletoninn Election Race. Two gentlemen of the same name are likely to offer themselves for the honor of being our representative, What ovC ooint they may disagree'upon, tlioy cannot at 'cast quarrel about their ?? names." Hut hero a difficulty presents itself; when tho walls aro covered with posters of ?; \ oto for Brown nnd Frp'c T'rado," or "Vote for Brown aud Independence," bow are the in t?Ul§en,ti clsetyis $ sHkm t? JshvW^Wcl) Ie their Hirabn Pare ?;? It Iβ" probablo that on the polling day, during the height of cicitc mont; many' ; of ibe innocent, electors will fiDd themselves " dan brown."' , pity we could not lmve .introdaced "a third aspirant for honors, baviog the oameof a liriamatio huOj each im V Mr.< Oriiiuge": of "Mr. Green." - ;-. :: '' ?.-*./'"'"

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Germany and Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

Germany and Austria. These courts are very incomplete but enough is to be seen to inform us that they will when thoroughly arranged, form one of the chief attractions of the Exhibition, But stay—do you liko beer ? Yes. Then como with mo to youdor good-looking gontlomon with tho blonde moustaoho and refined air. Stay, horo is llcrr Sohoenbcrger, tho Austrian Com-' inissionor; ho will osoort üb. But, first, for tho boor. Now, drink. Ha! I soo tho joy whioh is reflected ou your visage. That v beer, my friend. It is called Drchor's beor, and ia almost as light and unintoxicating as lomunndo. It is a beer which is essotitially adapted to our olimato. Dreher's breweries, nro at Klein Sohwoohat, near Vienna; nt Stoinbruok, noar Posth ;at Mioholob, noarSiiutz,ill Bohemia; nnd at Trieste. Tho . Klein Bohwechat brewery dates back as far as 1032 I At tho present day the four browories produoo 672,219 hectolitres of boor. To koop tlio boor, and preserve its flavour, it is stored,in collars in w...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 16 October 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. THE Suez mail arrived at Albany yester-<*> day afternoon. The Sydney portion of her mails is expected here next Friday morning. Lord Loftus, occompaniod by- the Duke of Manchester,' Und Sir John nnd .Lady .Robertaon,..returned from Mel bonrne lust-night. The Dnkoof Manchester will remain in Sydney abOnt next week, and'will probably visit the interior of tho colony,: and' afterwords return to Molbourno in timo-for: the Cup meeting, ;?. No further information concerning tho fato of the missing boating party at Bermiigui has been received. Tho Minister for Mines yesterday instructed Mr. BinniotoV proceed to Cobargo for the purpose of prosecuting a thorough search. .?? Ho was expected to leave town this morning. It appears that the chief officer, Lismore, found lying near the boat a tomahawk and a .shovel. The whole affair ia agreat mystery, and it is causing considerable anxiety. Henry Tanton and Thomas Cain, ch...

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

Japan. Japan that wonderful country whose door was unlocked but yesterday; that country which in some short twenty years has been revolutionised; whose traditions, ancient institutions; form of government, class privileges and power, havo been,re- ; I formed ; a oountry, which in a flash of limb has been remodelled and oast in an European monldi The genius of a peoplo cannot bo -could.;'accomplish suoh ] ..V;Change?--not by the convulsions, the throes,: $|thb agonies of revolution'; but by unanimous : -7;ias?ent, by tho action of tho strong common S'j'Mnsoof tho nalibri,'.' by ah appreciation of ?"vj'iri'ovltabjo laws of progresa. Wo know V,;7bj'reading of theso matters; wo are aware, VTjalsp, bf the intelligent inquiries which'gontlo .Jvmen ttoorcdited by tho Jnpuncso Government :*VV have raodoV as to our resources, with tho. ?VVviow of opening, up commercial relations, ,V- and wb must rccbgnico. tho importance of VV Weiidly intercourse with Japan.- As for .V -her.exhibits, well co...

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