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

DYING. Robert Buchanan. "O BAIRN, when lam dead, How shall ye frae harm p What hand will gie ye bread? What fire will keep ye warm? How shall ye dwell on earth nwa' fraomef" " CKmther, dinna doe I" " O bairn, by night ot day ; Ihoar nae eounda awa , , But Toioos o'er winds that blaw, And the voiocs o , ghaiets that Bay ? I moat awa'. The Lord that made tho wind and made the soa ? ? Iβ hard on xny bairn and mo* And I melt in hie breath liko enaw." " O mither, dinna dee I" ',' 0 baira, it is but olosing up the eon, And lying down, never to rice again. : Many a strong man's sleeping hael seen— There is nae pain I I'm woary, weary, and I kenna why ; My eumnser haa gone by, And sweet were sloop, hut for the cake o' theel" "Omithor, dinna dee 1" , "What do you suppose I'll look like when I get out of this f '? indignantly in quired a fashionably-dressed young lady ; of a conductor of a ? fearfully OYewrowded street oar the other day. ?? A good deal liked crushed sugar, miss," mud the tiof...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOO MUCH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

TOO MUCH SCHOOL. Mary Kyle Dallas, in New York Ledger. EDUCATION is a great thing, but a child may have too much school. The freedom, the happiness of the play time of life ought not to be taken altogether away from a little one. Bβ slow in Bending your bablei to eptnd half their days or more in hot loomo, poisoned with many breaths, where they ate compelled to nit> In constrained positions; where natural movement i> forbidden, and ellenoe U Imposed upon little creatnrei whose lungs should have full play; who naturally would ahoot and Boream, nip, climb, roll on the grass, and grow as all little animals'do. A pwooolous boy, with on astonishing talent for mathematics and a big, puffy head, a girl who is wonderful In antronomy and geography, and baa weak lunge, ara hardly the ohlldren you would like to have. A great deal may. be learnt in v little while when the eoholar desires to leain; but hours of un willing captivity do little toward teal eduoa- Won.. ! It In very hard to de...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"MOTHER USED TO SAY SO." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

"MOTHER USED TO SAY SO." Rural New Yorker. WE often hear this said as a last and conclusive argument by grown people and heads of families, "Mother used say so." . "Weary mothers, bearing tho burden and heat of the'Sday, striving to sow good seed in. the minds of their children, often feel sick with dieoouragement that they oan see no immediate result of their labours. If they could look into the future they would see abundant cause for rejoicing. They would see in the mature years of their children that their own steadfast adherence to right principles, had given a last ing biaa to their young minds, all tho more strong, perhaps, because their parents hod lived uprightly from a pure love of virtuo, ? and not merely " to have on-inflnenoe." A friend was not long since relatingto mc a wrong that some person had wilfully done her and persisted in, and which she folt like re?ieting in the same spirit, "but, , ' said, she pausing, "mother used to Bay that it was better to Buffer wrong t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sketcher. INNS OF OLD ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Sketcher. INNS OF OLD ENGLAND. If a metaphysician were asked why so much has been sung and written by poets and philosophers in praise and favour of Inns, he would probably reply: There is a novelty ; ana mystery oonneotea, witn on inn; mat :; appoal? to oortain elements of. the human :?: i ???iaind; The traveller drives np to a ho tup gf 'sntbrtalnrneniT andTilT is dbabti'ubobftirntyi ?:?pc?ibiHty. How. shall-he bo lodged, and. :'' wherewithal shall ho be fed? There ia dan : vger that tlio bods .may bo' damp and th? food. .?'.eold; ho may be-jregsled upoaoold mutton, v'V and ?foroed to consume ; atalo; bread. - So? , ;?xxcilod is his mind with these uncomfortable "y rpoiaibilitie? that, ;.whch. : tbe ? Converse is :;V:.'{?ah,cM*cl'. : iJpbn his- Btn?sesi ?? tho ibaotlcmaxy ??.? atnotion is alldoUght.: .Grant that he finds f-7; ?himself in a neat wttlng-rbbin, a biasing fir* , 'lighting np the hearth, and on admirable' Vjrbeal- jplaeod .elbow. ? He fools then ?:??;*iEai;t?e world is...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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BONNY KATE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

BONNY KATE. IT was to me Kate R[?]y first came, to whisper in my ear fact of her engage-<*> ment to Neil Rivers. Her lips were yet warm with his kies, her cheek fluehed with the crimson its pressure had brought there. Her little batid trembled in my own; but ?he bid the tell-tale face within my lap, a> she halt jobbed out the itory of her happi neas. .??.?????.?? . ???:? . ..??? : To no one. would I so soon have given my darfinK—my bonny Kate—and well I knew my brother (Kate'e tattur) would sanctlonand confirm his suit. ..'??.:. - ..'???? Liko a troubled dream, the .broken tentonoes falling from the girl's lips wafted mc baok m?ny years to juib suoh a time in my own life—an hour destined to rain and shipwreck and mtmorlei long forgotteD stirred to life, refuting to lie qnttt longer in thslr graves, until tear* one by one, fell on the gulden booed head my hand so lovingly prtsied, end I could bat pray they meant no such presentment of evil for this young life. It wan...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW SHE LOVED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

HOW SHE LOVED HIM. "IT's a great shame, Harry Jameson— that's what it is I believe in calling things by their proper names. I'm old-fashioned enough for that, and right glad I am of it; and 1 nay it's a downright, burning shame, and I'vo only been waiting -until you grow itronger to tell you no." ,-?.??? ' And the old lady, after delivering herself of the above sentences, foil baok in the rook ing* chair,, and began vigorously fanning; while -the young man addressed lifted.a pale, handsome fooe from the pillows of the couch on whioh he was reclining, with a long drawn whistle.of astonishment. " Upon my word, auntie," he said, in rather foeblo tones, "this is absolutely refreshing. J've not been scolded by you before in so many years that I had almost forgatten,th>t you know how; but, as usual, I am treated to tho lecture first, .and learn my fattlt-"aftorward. Of what have I boon guilty now r I thought this rendered mo helpless enough to keep mo out of misohief," and he hold np t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Household. SAVING IS WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Household. SAVING IS WEALTH. THERE is nothing new in this [?]t it is a subject fraught with so much importance to the young who would succeed in life, that it is well to refreshen their memories by often ?pi?ting'iheaxlomi^V-;.' : '' "' : ?'^','??"?:' "?.?_? Moreover,' ?r the American,' Pottery and Glassware-Journal s?y?, waste and, ex-, travngauee'have btenthe'bsne of oirrtinwev Owing to these, multitude*, have becomo bankrupt, and because of them many we to dsy unable/ to make any headway ia the wosld. In the lace ol all the Wuons ot the ea?t and of ail the warnings ol "the present, there ia a strong dlspoiUion.to spdnd money Moklewly io. dress, equipsges, entertain ment*, and ? Innumerable nselets ways. Stripling boys and young misses think noth ing o! devoting-more-every month to drew than clothed their fathers and mothers for a year; and yet they appear to no ? better advantage In wclety md are no more re?pMted than win these lame parent* in their> yonthfol dayt. ' firery ce...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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THE Fruit Recorder has the following:- GOLDEN LAWS OF YE STRAWBERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

THE Fruit Recorder has the following:- GOLDEN LAWS OF YE STRAWBERRY. I. Strawberries choice wouldst then pro[?]ure Dig deep and mulch and strow manure. II. To make the fruitful vines ehdure, Dig[ deep and mulch and strew, manure. ? :' ' ~: ?? ? HI. ". ?? ? . ??? To make assurance doubly .ftare,-- ? , pig deop and muluh and strew maaure. Btetn oynio, here is naught to eceS-at, Oa OttMtimeUiraluisge all tiie profit.

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AGRICULTURE. FEEDING SOUR MILK TO COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

AGRICULTURE. FEEDING SOUR MILK TO COWS. G. E. Nichols, in Rural New Yorker. SOME maintain that feeding sour milk to cows affects their butter injuriously; but we never made sweeter or nicer batter than we have been turning out this spring when feeding Boar milk to the cows from whose milk It was made. Last spring we did not feed it; but gaveeaoli sixteen pounds.of hay and three quarts ot oats and oorn—oob taken out—ground together, and then the average yield ol milk per oow was from 13 to 11 pounds per day. Thin spring we havo been leeaing the same amonuVol hay, two quarts ot oats and corn ground together—coo again taken out—two quarts bl wheat. bran and the sour milk from the herd, and the average yield of eaoh por day has been from 21 to 22 pounds of milk—an inoreaeo ot over one third. The cows we the Bame as lae.t spring, with tho addition ol two others—ono a *oow we bought, and whioh is thought no better than the rest, and the otber a two-year-old better whioh gives from 25 to 2...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Science. ILLUSIVE VISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Science. ILLUSIVE VISIONS. Chamber! Journal. MODERN science has made us aware that the old belief in apparitions rested on nothing more than illusive fancies caused by some kind of physical derangement of the person to. ofleoted. It ie importsnt. tbut. young porsone should 'be made thorouahly of tho fact thitthoro noverwas and ne?prwill bo nrjy snob fancy whfoh Jβ not capable of being explained npoa natural grounds. -A ' pereoa in wealc health, though; io perfeci '.poHM?knr of oil* his fapnlties, begjbr to.be troubled by waking visions poteons ? with'; whom ho : may be familiar, or wbo may hsvo been long dead, or who BomoUmes may appear a> perfect *tn>Dgers to dim. Tho jpeetrci who Sit before him, "oom? like nhidowi" ?nd " to depart." They repraaent, In the mo?t perfept manner,the reptodactiontof thing* j that are or wer?—uttwly Intangible oroatio?i. The subject of these visitations'! may bear the spectres' convene, 1 and they mey even' talk in turn to him. He ii perfectly awa...

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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XII. (Continued.) BY "E.A.C.". The dreary days wore on until that fixed for the funeral arrived. Captain Wil-<*> loughby, who had seen the notice of the death in the paper, and whose kind heart ached for the parents bereaved of their only child, had written to ask if he might attend ?c one of the mourners, and Herbert had complied with the request.;; His heart; loftened by Rrief, and touched by his cousin's generous forbearance, was. more open to good inflnenoes than it had ever jet been; and it was with a feeline of relief tbat he welcomed, even in each, a time of sorrow, the thought of being reconciled to the man to whom he was so deeply indebted. But when the hour. came that was to bear away the little, form tbat wae so dear to him, the bitter grief, only understood by those who have lost a child, brought on the dreadful spasms, and, even while the funeral procession was leaving the ,hou?e, servants we're, being despatched in has...

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Poetry. HARE ALL THE CHILDREN IN? [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Poetry. HARE ALL THE CHILDREN IN? THE darkness falls, the wind is high, Dense, black clouds fill the western sky; The storm will soon begin; The thunders roar, the lightnings flash, T fcoar the kreat, round iwn-clrops dish—' *'Are ell the childrenln?_ ,/'. I;- , \. ;:. They'recoming softly to my aide;?'?'? Jhea forms within my ?rms I :'.'?; jJo otherarineare ; snr?; '? ?' ;3 - . Thorformmay rage with fnry wild, -?'? . '.':. ?pith trusting feith eaoh little bhild '?;??'? jftthniother feels eeoere. : ;.??,;, " ;;?>;:,.. .":'?? ,'?.;.'.;..?? Ifcfcfnture days are tawfog.near— ?"??'. yhey'll go from thi? warm ihelter here .' ?Out in the. world's wilddin;: ."?, ,;;"-. Tho rain will fall, the oold; winds blow, - yUiit alone and longrtokkow:':: > ' ; . ? Ire all the children in?; '?? ?'- ? ijfffl they have shelter then se<mre r ;.'" ' ? yftaxo hearts ore waiting strong and sure, And lore is truei,when tried ?; ; ??',''.' Or will e 7 find a broken reed, , '"'?... :',' '{Than...

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(To be continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

(To be continued.) TEA AND INDIGESTION.-In his "Magic Morsels: Scrape from an Epicure's Table," Mr. Harry Blyth (says the London Academy) strongly objects to "meat t[?]as" or, indeed, to tbo nse of tea at any time as a beverage when solid nutriment in tho shape of animal food is partiken of. Ho says, and from our own gastronomic experienoe we are etrongly inclined to agree with him:—" All phyeiologists aru agreed that the tannin in tea very seiioualy impodes the ABslmilation ot rnuocuUr fibre. ? . Tea ha; a distinct value in tho ioienoe o( practical dietetios. Taken of ter a heavy meal, say at the end of n. couple of hours, it gently stimulates tho later processes ot digestion; drunk with the food, it only o,bstraot?."

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CHAPTER XIII. THE COUSINS' LAST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

CHAPTER XIII. THE COUSINS' LAST MEETING. CAPTAIN WILLOUGHBY was leaning against the balu[?]trade of the wide steps that led down from the half-door of the Grange on the morning following the funeral, one hand playing oneontoioualy in the oturiy ooa. 01 ? largo, blaok Newfoundland, a tovonnle of many yeara' standing, whilst b s B?**o wandered from eoene ?o soeuo of thcjweu ramembered landaoape that lay spread belore him in all its summer beauty. Hl? thoaguia had gone baok to the day when ho had loarnt go suddenly of the goneraVs death, ana momorv, with tor msgio wand, brought Dae* the dearlj.loved form, with its nobis lace | and kindly Kail** n ftlmM> hw*& *o bin as if the past were but a sad dream, aad that he wag only waiting to hear again the voice whioh had never tpoken to bim bat In.kind ness. A light touohrouied him 'from his day-dream, and, turning, he lonnd Isabel St. John boeide him. .-'?-. ????'?:.? "? v. --" Will yon come with mc to my hmbtnd'e room 1" she asked...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Items. The Victorian Cabinet has decided upon the construction of several new lines of railway at a cost of from £2000 to £3ooo per mile. ? Property in Adelaide is valuable. On 'nilaj lu?t 47 foot of frontngo to King Williain-Btrcot was sold for £10,011. .'irious other properties were withdrawn ~?!io at £250 per foot. Tbo? Legislative Council of South Australia rightly thinke that poliMtmin c Muiv should not bo supplied with wink.. £5 is thopenalty to bo inflicted "Offending publicans. we municipality of Goulburn has to borrow £20,000, to be Vended on pornianent works in that ci J. ' ... '? .Ike knighthood. of Mr. P. A. Jen tlD gslins been confirmed by hor Mnjeety, ?*Uo hns-tho C.M.G. -title of Mr, John Davics,- M.L.A.' The political M KttmiHvia now laughing in liidelcovo *'? ou'detractory. J-wt week £400; was rofused for 18 of fy-Prtaw-etroet,

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

LONDON. Monday. A large meeting of tenant farmers [?] held yesterday at Longford. Mr. Parnel, M.P., was present, and in the course of his speech alluded to the iJstcrraination of the Government to (oinmence proceedings against \tho bke of tho Irien Land League. Hβ isolated his firm opinion that no good wnld TCBDIt from shell action, and that it nonld be ueeless to expect any cessa tion of tho present agitation to result tan the intended prosecutions. A detached squadron, including tho Bacchante, with Princo s George,, of Wiles, on board, Bailed from England to-day. Its destination has not yet irinspired. ? ??' ?'?"'' ' It is reported that the Ozar intend* to appoint the. Czarewitcb, as Regent, kA retire with the Princese Dolgorouki to Liradia, in the Crimea. The French Government line resolved Scarry out its policy and enforce the. Mirch decreee. To this end active taasttres are now being taken for the .tipihiop of the Jesuits and other reli {ioas Societies from France, An unprecede...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

! NOTICE TO DEBTORS- I thpPAYMENT of sundry long- I 1 atnndin X ACCOUNTS within.tho NEXT I<"EW DAYS, they will be pldccd in tho hnnds of a Solicitor for recovery. AIIOVS OFFICE. Singleton,'. Oct. 15, 1880. NOTICE. .]\yTR. J. J. WELLS will bo happy to ILtX receive hie pupils at his new resi dence, Kent-street, on and after this dny (Wednesday). MECHANICS' INSTITUTE 1 SIKGLETOK. seoonF~geand CONCERT or tub ; PhiUiarmonic Society, (Under tha au?iilcos of tlic. Committee of tlio nboTO ' lns'itnU'), i WILL TA'KB PLACE Thursday, October 21 st, 1880. Conductor ... Mr. D. McKay Deader o£ Orchostra... Prof. J. J. Wkllb. Ticketst-Front Scats, Us.; Back ; ami Gallery, Ss. WANTED, a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply Mr?. Waddy, Com. Bank, WANTED, a LrHNERAL BKRVANT. Apply to Mrs. Abu, Flower Bank. WAITED. A BOY to DRIVE CART and mako him self generally usef nl. Apply- _ _ J. GRAINGER, Mill Stores, John-etiect, WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, MRS. ARTHUR HEUSTON, Redboumberry, Singleton. WAN...

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Mr. Higgins at Howe's Valley. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

Mr. Higgins at Howe's Valley. (From our Correspondent.) MR. R. G. HIGGINS, one bf the candi-<*> dates for the representation of the Wol-<*> lombi, addressed the electors here on Monday, 11th inst., this place forming part of tho Wollombi electorate. During > the address, which occupied two hours i and. a .quarter, ho, prp'ceeded to deal' .clearly with eyery,political:,,subject at ipresent occupying.the public miad,,and, he entirely succeeded in commanding the calmeet attention of the audience: ?during tho ho was expound-i ing his' Views.- He '.stated.his political: ideas and opinions without the slightest reserve.. Ho also appro Tod -'of' the present Public Instructiion ,Acti the: exception of one or two clauses, regarding Half-time schools, and the question' as to whom should the! school fees be due. Mr. Higgins was decidedly oppoeed to Chinese immigration into the colpny. He sppko.ot ..the- great number of the inhabitants of China, and also of. the n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

THE *Sm(nM&N AiEGKJS , ' '.'',. ????? '? ? ?'; ???!: ?>'?':':? ?';, [Established, ?Joi.YJ, t ---i874)j??'??'???"' ?->?? ? '? ;;: - ; --''--: i,;;r " : ;' :;^li^T%-rCE, . A.XIWVE £ Ej;..-,,.. ?? ??;??-. ?vji;!.,WA<iK^-;S;;o : i:r"f ; '- ; -" ? ,'.:' '?'' ??' ?*?' \ : :-\-.:,,< .'.-.??: ??:'..-':'-. ???-: ?:?'??. ?;..?? r\,:,.^:<:< BT-.ff : B'Yi'!^^#Ji'b ! 'il;EJ3 DA* : . L; A N D '??:????& kit W;S.J)*A.Y.; ????'?'? '—ls&s!%frXf 4s'&? &??'V'.Wi ?? ? J '????,??? ? ????? '.??.'- ; - ! ?.'?;',?"? .;-";'?'.',-.'.' ? ? ' 4 '?'? iUl;ofd.brB for: the withdrawaV or alteration of Adyortieomente ihnet ; bb given iir >ritingi:ottiorwiso they caobofcbo guaranWd attention. '.v? -;;:';? .'<?* .i; ; - s Letters to the Editor Hhonld bo sent.in not later than noon on the day preceding; the publication ih"wliich thisyare intended KTdpp'ar"" "'*"""'"""?' "*" 1 ''?' * *' . The qnarteVe' end bn the ;31e...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, October 14. Ow ega Record. A LOAN of £20,000, at 6 percent., has [?]ued on the account of the Minici-<*> pality of Inver[?]rgil. Tenders at £98 [?] 10 percent., and above that ?; , The Australian Snez mails woro deli vered to-day via Brindisi, '??'' October 16. t-Eending surrender of- "pulcignp, ISJffii&imixikwi'Mei* will remain at Cattnro. ....,.: „,. The tho propriety of mo deposition of the Snltan ?"M ttP?.fi^%''9B'i'9^'^^'t^ M ? t ' : fr OlD the throne of Turkey. The Groat Pdwfers' have taken into consideration the note presented by the P ( or?e"Jb thQrAjnbasfladors on tbe ,10th .to code Dulcigno to ..Montenegro, whilst at the,?une H'uw* thepabondon ment'nrtWnaVat demonsiratibn in view of tho pledges given. It is understood that the Powerg,~ti? "anticipated, oro disposed to accede to the request; and jfcig"e"tpecte"fl ; that the squadron now in fWe Golf'^Cnttar'owilldisperseas soon havevbepri formally B...

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