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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Miscellaneous. Ah alarming.,accident, took place at; the Bridgnorth Floating Bath on Aug. 12. It seems that since the establish-' mcntof this bath certain days have been] set apart for,ladies, many of whom havo' appreciated tho opportunity afforded,; and have made considerable progrcss.ini tho art of natation. On the ( day . in; qeetion about thirty ladies had aseorn-j bled in the.bath and the river Severn,) owing to the recent joins, had increased'; in volume, but there Was nothing to! excite any alarm. Owing, however, to j several Indies sitting on tho side, the: bath gave a lurch and then began to j sink. The ladies in great alarm, somo partly dressed, others in full bathing : costume, hastily escaped to tho bank of the river, nnd to their dismay tho bath immediately sauk to the bottom of the river with all their clothes. Tho dil-' omma in which so many ladies found thomeelvos on the bank of the river closo to tho town,, with hardly even. tho sim plest articles of clothing seemed...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Singleton Crioket Club PURSUANT to advertisement, a general meeting of the members of the above Club was held at the Caledonia Hotel on Monday evening last, to consider the advisability of withdrawing from com peting for the cnp presented by Mr. D- McDougall, There was- a fair attend ance, and the choir was occupied by Mr. jVKolf; 1 ; '- ? ???..?'! The Chairman explained that the .meeting was culled according to a reso lution of the committee, Who had th'ohghfc that interests of cricket it would bo' better for the Clnh to withdraw frptn competition for thp Cnp. ! ?? ': ' ; Mr. IVWaddy said that ns thomattef in a great'mbasare emanated frorn.hiin, lie should prefer to express hie views at once:- 'If "they , were to continue compet ing for the cup, he' , foresaw many diffi culties thfit wonld arisotowardeth'e end of the sen?on, and by about March next, should they be fortunate enough to still coriti'nuo the holders of the Waddy Challenge Cup, they would undoubtedly clash with the Adva...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES OUHBENT. I Note,—The abovo aro wboleanlo prices, or what Jealere wpald glye priducora. ' j klngloton, Ootober 19, 1880. .''.,;. | . £ b. d. ; * 8. d. Maize (now) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2.3 Capo Barlov „ o 2 2 , 0 2 4 English Barloy „ 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Oats... ... ... „ 0 2 6 „ 0 8 0 Bran ... ... „ 0 10,, 0 1. 2 Pollard ..... „ .0 .10 ,,0 1 2 Adelaide Wheat „ 0 6 0 ,,0 6 8. Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 9 „ 0 4 0 Floor, aupor., per ton 11 0 0 ?";, 12 0 0 Flonr, seconds „ 10 ; 0 0 „ 11 0 0 Lacerne Hay...' ,. 2 0 0 :„ 3 10 0 Oaten Hay ... „ 2 15 0 „ 8 5 0 Potatoea... ... ,,2 10 0 „ 8 0 0 Tallow ...... „ 14 0 0 ,,16 0 0 Butter ':*.. perlb. 0 0 9 „ 0 10 Oheeeo ...... .,0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 Bacon ... ... „ 0 0 5\ „ 0 0 4 Lord ... ,.v „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0*1 Honey ...... ,,0 0 3 „ 0 0 34 Bscewnx... ????... ?„ 0 0 4 '?(, 0 0 6 Ool.Tobaooo.fig,, 0 16,, 01 6 Ditto, leaf ... „ 0 0 6 ,,0 0 8 Horeehnir ... ?., 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 Hidee, hottvy... „ 0 0 2J „ 0 0 8 Hides, light ... , 0 0 1J ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Duelling in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Duelling in ; Germany/ Mb. Joseph' :Beck Writes from 81, ; Cornhill, to a London.-jpaper':~The following account, jnat received from joy! son, a scholar of! Trinity College, Cam- bridge, s who is travelling in, Germany,'; descriptive? of j the mode - in - which the ; noble (?) science of duelling is practised among the students there, may interest, your readers, as. illustrating nineteenth. century'chivalry,' as developed in the' country to whichwe are accustomed to look -for advanced manifestations o modern civilisation :-—" Halle, July 25 —To-day-1 have seen vivisection; but.; it wob voluntary yiviseotion—l mean some German'istudents fighting duels; and making* butcher's meat of each other's faces; ? : One of < our friends came in at seven o'clock, and said that three droskies full of corps students had gone off in the morning, so we finished our : coffee as soon as'possible 1 and walbedoff to the? Bestauration place, where this noble and gallant sport goes on. Wo went ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's corner. A FLED YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

The Poet'e Corner- ;a ranb xottch, :—X&hdnge. f !,i " .'\".,,.,;;.„..;: !'?...'": MSBJS are gains for nil our losses, , t V, v ???,; ', There ore talma for all oar pain; ,'? " -But when youth, tho dream, depart* '?'" ?" ' It takes something from our hearts, ,i ; j..; y And It never comes again; :<,' ?: ' ??s;!''} >\Ve,ore stronger iind are betted ;...,,'?) Uodettnabnood>stcmiarreign':; ?'?: <??''?"?? still wo feel that something awect ? . .; ? Followed youth, with flying feet,: '_ .;. j And will ijCTer eomo agata. ! . . . ,; ','gomethlnKbeaatUuHaTnnlalied, . ;, ? ' And it eigh (or jl. In viiln; ~ ?. ?, ';ji:-"" : Wβ behold it everywhere, ' .?.'"? . On the earth trad In the air, , : \ p 5 1 " '' ; t .But It nerer cornea egntn J- ? ,

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The Atheist's Solitude. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

The Atheist's Solitude. Sunday Afternoon. ? ; ?'I AM;i appalled," said Payid flumoj " at tho forlorn solitude in which l.nta, placed by my philosophy :. and I .begin to fancy myself in ? tho uioht, deplorable. condition imaginable, -environed in, tbq dcepoet darkness.''.. Any.man who,like Hume, regards himself nu nothing.but a bundle of natural forces olid impressions that.is to bo unbound .and scattered ;.tq the winds by <loathr—who denies? that there is any evidence forthecontinuance of Uio eoul after death,.or for the cxi&ti ence of God—must. abide in; solitude) which is indeed forlorn.' Soroo.of' tliq. modern Atheiete. are trying : ,to argue , that men ought to be happy in the , prospect of extinction,. and in the belief that there is,, nothing behind; Nature that can lore us or carq for us ; ? but thej simple fact is, that,men ,i>re not happy. \ylien' they .bring themselves to believe! -these doctrines. Aβ tlio author of " A Candid Examination of TheiBm"r—...

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Arrival of the Steamship Orient. Semaphore, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Arrival of the Steamship; Orient. : .-?-???'?'??; Semaphore, Thursday, -Echo. Tho Steamship Orient arrived here this morning after a passage of 39 days 15 hours[and 25 minutes. She brings .294: passengers, of wliich brily one death occurred. She leaves here to-day for' Melbourne.' ' :' London, Sept. 8. The Hop Bitters Mannfacturing: Company have ; written to Trickett offering £1000 prizo money, to be competed for in a professional eioglo eooH race open to the world, on English waters. Their letter runs as follows :-r -"Dear Sir, —Being desirous of bring ing the world's greatest oarsmen to gether in and as. bur prominent ones in the United Stales have express ed a wish to meet, wo write you to ask if you will enter' and row in a single scull regatta on the Thames, or other suitable waters near London, England, some time in November or December, ] 880, for the Hop Bitters cbrli prize' of 5000 dollars. Firet, 2500 dollare; sflcohd, 1500 dollars ; third 700 dol lars : fourth, 300 dollar...

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The Duke's Visit to Singleton and the North. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

The Duke's Visit to Singleton and the North. IT became generally known on Monday morning that the Duke of Manchester might be expected to visit Singleton on Thursday next, breaking his journey hero on his North-Western tour. The fact had been communicated by Sir John Robertson to the Mayor and soveral of the leading gentlemen of tho district. Mr. W, J. Danger haa undertaken to onte'rtain his Grace on Thursday night. Tho Mayor callod a special meeting of the Borough Council, at the same time inviting the gentlemen written to by Sir John Robertson, to attend. In res ponse to this invitation, Mr. John Browne, J.Pi, was present. Soveral suggestions were offered as to a triumphal arch, procession of Friendly Socioties headed by the Brass Band, an address and a banquet, but nono of these were adopted. It was, after 80 minritos , deliberation, decided that the Mayor, and Aldermen should meet his Grace at the town boundary in John-street, and there present him with an address of welcome. ?"...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Local News, etc. THE District registrar's report for the quarter ended 30th september, is as follows: —Births—36 males and 38 females; total, 74 ; two were illegitimate. Marriages— Church of Buglnnd 5, Wesleynn i, prtisby torinn 1, Uesifilrar 1 ; total, 11. Deathe— Iβ mnle? end 7 females—neoident -4, pneu monia !!, apoplexy 2, convulsions 2, inflam mation of lαtigs 2, chronic hepatic dlseanu 2, fntty ilegoueratioii of heart 1, vchichl nbaceaa .1, senile decay 1, debility 1, bronchitis 1, inflnmmiUion of throat 1, aphthous Ulceration ], prematurely born 1. Five inqnenU were hold during tho quarter.; and of the number.! six were over the ago.pf 70, ycara. >Vini-flT,theotherc?ndidn|es forWollombi ] ?ro liliowjrig'the prasa to grow under their feot, -Mr. G. L. ATDaviea,of the Australian, in buey. with.'hiecaiivnss." Ho has oddroaeed soVerol ineetioge already, , and. is; meklng arrangements for 'others.-- v , ';;' ; ; ; -. ; /'i. .:;' ?AM- iritereetins; gathering, and ceremony took pl...

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Homour. A PRACTICAL YOUNG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Homour. A PRACTICAL YOUNG WOMAN. irwin Russell, in Scribner's Magazine. YOUNG Jalius Jones loved Su[?]n Slade And of[?], in dulcet tones, He vainly had besought the maid To take the name of Jones. " Wert thoti but eolid, then, be tnie ? - ?Twonld be all right," said she . "BoV-Mr. JrwhiUtthCtiaik?oor, Pray think no moie of tao." . :' Poor Jonos was std ; hir|oost wss ba3 ? ? ?;??'. His salary was Worie ;? ?.-.???.'?? Bnt hope ?nggesUd: "Jones, my ltd, ' Jost try thelptnrerql Verse,"; „ ] y Hβ ea* him down and wrote in rbjms ? fiowih?was;ln hersprlog, ' ; ? *? And he in sssmer'B golden prime— : .. : .;?;.-. Ana:'ainb>t:^rti.Mthl?)g.;:^v-;:. ; -r : ;v '-:;- The poem praiwd her hair ana syei— . ??: Hsr lips, with hop?T laden. .: ;: Ho wound it np—op in lb? ekUi— And mailed it to the maWen. '_ ; Sheread it over.kiptitelean, Pnt on b?r flatit latewnt, And took it to a magaoine And got tea dollars payment. ?,

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Monthly Calendar. 10TH MONTH OCTOBER, 31 Days. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Monthly Calendar. '' ?,„ IteH MONTH. OCTOBER, 31 DAYS, ?;-.?M};~ : f-,[:; ?:; moon'B phases.. ~, -,-,? ; ?iMW'te iNew Moon"..:: : 4th .U 2.48 p.m. , ; 11th ...10.40a.m. ? ; s !><)Simil .-' IBtb ...-2.31 p.m. ; bul . , t ,,,£ju4iQju?rto?; ;2Ctli'..v C,r> p.m.; i -it> an ?'??'?:i;i i?:;< ? OoTonn?i ??????? ? -[ , jKitehcn,,6f/ard(!a.~Ktcp the crops oleari, 'end Wflitqr' where . necessary. Sow parsley, ~ t,f peM,*'French''kldqey bchns,'mustard, orc?a, urtsditb, ,'Jpttueo". fcdeumhere, ; tec, as last i, month.! traherilant oabbagc, taking care to check the aphie on the first appearance., ; : FUmer Garden. —Tho principal.w.ork to bo J >" Mteiiacd'tb , 'tliifl rbqnth.U ihking beds and oi border*,, keeping'tho walks , clean, mowing, clipping cdging?,i watering; (staking, nnd ehad|ng,,as tho ..weather,, is. very hot at thjs *'"eeMon of the year. , , ~',; ????.', i- ? "?*" i Orchard. —Thin out tho' crop'on tho early . peach< trees' where' : thd cr...

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THE MAN WITH A GLASS EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

THE MAN WITH A GLASS EYE. Detroit Free Press. A ONE [?]y[?]d man In St. Loui has a glass eye. This is the way he uses it. He says: "A man came into my office Once to give me thrashing about little difference we had in *eg?fd to'the eettletoettl oUamell estate. I lletenoi to'him'coolly ?na de liberately. Then, when I sew bo wan about to strike, I polled out my eje ana laid It oh the table, oe it it weto a diapdeed of motion, Tbat man went downstairs;on; the oatilde o< tho balldiDg. Slill, he eonld have got away with mc if h? had persisted.-. T-was oat the other day lor a walk when c oonpH ol ladles epproaohod roe, selling for tlai. Aβ if 80 oogltato npon the ailmente of the world, I took dot my knife and nncomciouilj pioked 00 the gUea optio thia vpty (Illat tratiDg). They lelt their Jba?keti;. on tbo gronnd, and though I.ofiited-tb pnt np lot their cause, nothiDg. ooald head : them ofl. Bat it is in the etreel-our that I hays'the moat fan.. TakiDg my bU o*plook per at the...

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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL London, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

ENQLI8H ANDFOHEIGN COMMERCIAL London* Oei.12. Produce telogram to Molbourno from tho New Zealand Loan and) Mercantile Agency Company, Limited :— ' Wool.—Market unchanged; ?-'?';, Tallow—There is n fair trade de mand. Mutton is worth £85 1 Oβ, beef £83 per ton. . ? ? ?/ Whoat.—Market .firm. \Ade?a}de worth 52b, Now Zealand 47e per 490 iba. ??; ? ;? ? .?,:;;:; Leather.—Markot firm; beefc 'eidee nro worth llfd per Ib. "" Mimoea Bark.—ln modorate demand. Quotation for Melbourne ground, £11 per ton. . Coppor.—Market quiet. Wallaroo ia worth £71 10s; Burra, £69 10b per .ton.. ' ?' . ''~.., ~.. ~-.r . i Tin.—Spccnlativo demand is sctiro. Fine Australian tin, in warehonets; '"is worth £?5 per ton. ....-, -,; M. OP. Shells.—ln good demand at previous mtos. ;...-..? ; -,-,, . Copra.—Market dnll, quotation £19 ,6b pur ton. : ?..!?? 'I. London Oct. 14;' ?8 percent. Coneols, 98J. Bank rite ?of discount 2jr por cont. Tho propor tion of roscrvo to liabilities in tho : Bank of England is 47 por cen...

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EATING CROW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

EATING CROW. THE chaff about eating crow—a dish which is just now in great demand-springs from a story in the old Knickerbocker magasins, more than a quarter of a century ago. It waa the story of a iummo? boarding-hoots keeper on the Hudson and of ?an indignant patron; -' ' Whenever the- latter ventured to suggest that the ? ept log ohicken was tithe; tough, or. that the rout bed mnst have been eat from the- cew , * hoofs, he waa dlreotly I told that he vr?a enllroly "too puUoker [ ler," and that the autoorat of the table and the home oould eat anything, even a crow. !. This eettled the matter for the time being, but'the boarder,-convinced'agamM hie will, i was of the came optnion atill, at all events in /regard to>the quality of the ediblespteoed before him. So often was the retttok,"! , kin.eat enythingy IMα ?at*erow>" brought down on hU devoted head, that he finally resolved to try the old: man. Hβ weat out i gunning one day, and succeeded in.begging a very fine, fat, old: ...

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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 20, 1880. The Remission of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 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 20, 1880. The Remission of Interest. ONE of the most diffienlt, not to say alarming, questions of the hour is that relating to the remission of interest on the balances owing by free-selectors. liEhi -eiim ,thue duo .to tho Stato in aarionely Btoted at from £1,930,000 to .' (56,500,000. Opinions . ore greatly Sditided as to tho juatnose of tho claim tnat forth by the recent- Conference in .it* manifento, wherein tho 'selectors' .representatives make tho giving up of ?All 'claim- to this large asset) ono of tho features of their political plat form* Tho difficulty undoubtedly is ft jgreatonp, and .ia.tjnothbr of tho ovile jjijcpght about by, a short-eighted and ,nneViUal land policy., It is much to bo tu ?t B H C '' a question should je*er have ,11 raised, but Binco. it line jbamrnised noil h ??jEf wil l bo B ai...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR OCTOBER, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

?Uii'iiuiiUf. ("v ?<? ?? ?? ? foiEime Table of Arrival and ! Departure of English Mails. \ oi 4>8 '1880;/'', I ;??, I"' , VIA BAN FKAN CISCO. 0-* f' !l "' Outward. Leave Bydnoy, I Arrive London} ' ~!>,, 7th October. ? | 23rd November. '. [, ..,(, Inward. ' ' 'Leuvo London, I Arrive Sydney, Olh Beptqmbor. | 25th October. 91*'. i , :.. , > tn VIA MELBOURNK, QALLE k BIItttDISI. J)if ,/i ?j" Ontward. LoavD Bydooy. ' Arrivo London, ?;?,,) , 12th: October l 25th Novotnbpr. -1 86tl? October. , Oth December, * ' ' * ' Inwnrd, Leave London, Arrive Sydney, ?>> H". 27th 'August. Bth October. 10th Boptcmbor 22nd October. ' VIA BRISBANE, TORRES STRAITS, AND niUNDISI. *i f'- q 'V" Outwotrt. " ILonvo Sydney, I Arrivo London, .. .'2rid ! October. ' | 26th November. ,1-, 1) vll . luward. ~ - , Xcnve London, | Arrivo Sydney, ft "* 13th August. I -lth October. LETTBB RATKH OF TOSTAGE. Vi:,, yia Bnn Prnpcleco, fid per half, ounce .?'".?.r?Vja*. Melbourne, nnd Urinuiei, mid Tor...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. .10UN DUIDOE'b WEEKLY CIRCULAR. Fat Cattle.—Iho supply of primo lots was in particular rather plentiful at to-day's sales, and prices ranged from £4 9b to. £7 ?b for all descriptions, ar'vp to ICb per 100 lbs for boat beof. Fat Shoep.—Tho fall-fleeced lots offered to-day oonsiated only of very light weights, and 8e 7A was the highest prico obtained, bat some Tory good 601b wethers unshorn were sold at up to Oβ 3d, still the market must bo reported quieter than last week, and we may ex poct to boo. a farther decline 99 necoqjjt of tho nnmbore Hkoly to be sent dpnn after shearing. ; '.????'. '??.? Lambsw—Fair supply to, bond. Some choice lots were sold to-day at np td .i2e'Bd..; , '?:? ?:,;. : , ;? :... -?.. : ?:; ; Calves.—Demand quiet nt a trifle under last week's vplnee. ; ? Pigs are vory dull of 8?le at to per lb, under last quotations. \ ; Sheopakine.— Late valaos were; fully, maintained ,at lost week's sales, via., s|d to for fair to good lots, nnd 2|d to 6d for ...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. . ! MESSRS. BR0NKER AND/WOLFE'S REPORT! Stations.—Tho favorable,? change rej cently experienced in the Benson ha el caused pastoral matters to assume an improved aspect. Proprietors write in glowing terms respecting the luxuriance! of pasture, and by their cheoriness con vey a degree of confidence demonstrative of the moro satisfactory and' remunerative working of theji;.pr.opertieB. j Fat Cattle.—The number yarded this week has been unusually small, and tho trade having only a scanty' supply prj hand, competition proved brisk and prices throughout denote a marked improvement in value. Oar corres-i poudents advise a limitation of cousign eignments from the interior,' and local Bourccs cannot continue to augment the! supply to nil extont that will militate against vendors; we therefore anticipate a firm market until the benefits con currout with a luxnriantseason dro fully apparent. Quotations : Prime quality, 13s Gd to 15s per lOOlbe., medium at loner rotes. Fat Sh...

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MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

' MORI' AND OO.'S I WEEKIY RErbRT. :' Wool— -tit) sales were, held this; tfeck, and wo haye consequently no chWgp to quote on vanities previously given.' V'lho ppcnlhgsalus for -the season, will dam- mence next week, when a number 1 of good olipa will be brought: forward 'and 'tbo market fairly tostoil.. '?' ,: '~'!',t> Sheepskins continuo t.ojbo. in <*cry good, demand, and all offering are robilily placed nt full rates. Quotations—Best 7d to Bd, medium; 6|d to 6d, ehort growth and pelts 2£d to B£d per lb. Hide?.—iXho supply was again limited for the Bales to-duy, and aa tliore was keen competition tor local use, an ad vanco of ono-eiglith of a'pehny per lb. was noticonblo tor all descriptioDs. Quo tations—Heavies 4d ta 4?d., medium B£d to did, light anddry dd'to'Sid perlb, ?????'? ? : - : ;.'? ?'? ?;? 'v., ?' ,; "'?: , "' , Horee-hide? are in active ; requ'?e.t nt frotn 6a to 7b for large bieos,, and-.B* to 6s for email to medium,' ? '? ? ?? ????? n^ TalloWi—There is ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'s WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

HALL, TBINOE AHD OO.'s WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. ; Business during tho week has been of the dullest description. Sales at Darling. Harbour have been loss- ani mated than ever, and quotations are fallen considerably ; the cause of this disastrous etate of affaire hoe boon by us proruinontly brought before our consti tuents on more than . one occasion, and and the future of farming industry bne anything but a bright proepect before it, unless agriculturists combino moro than on previous occasions for their general welfare/ Tbu arrivals during the wook ending this date from other colonioo 150 bales ; brnu, 8731>ags ; ohafl, 4600 bags; pollard,' 250 bags; oats, 680 bags; potatoe?, 7850 bags; onions, 425 bogfl ; flour, 914 bnge; wheat, 305 bags'. ?. L Hay.—Prices have fallen considerably during the- last few days. Suporior oaten bundles-uud tni?Hce, 4h 9il to 5s Oil; medium, 4d to 4s fid inferior, 2s 6<i to 8s fid ; superior bales, '4s 9d to 5s ; medium, 4s 3d t6 4e Gd; inferio...

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