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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XIII. (Continued.) BY " E. A. C." "The morning of your father's seizure had been out for several hours; I had only.just returned when the alarm was given by Wilson of having found him eeateUss on the library floor. I, ot course, sent tor the neare?t. medical assistance, and went with Wilton to-the room in wiiioh the pkor old mun lay, breathing heavily, and . totally uucolbuoub. ' As X stooa bttide hiiu, Iceing the utter htlp lei?Leaa that Bomeumes Oomee over one in times of eudden calamity, Wilson placed a letter in my hand, saving he had found it by h.s lnu?ttr c side. Scarcely glancing at it, I continued my efi'uite to uiou.u the general, bnt, as you know, they were all in vain, anil it? as with v feeling of greater relief than jou will, perhaps, imagine that 1 heard Dr. Harcourt'e vuica iv the hull. Hie arrival woe followed by that'of Dr. Mason, and, placing tho letter on a table, 1 turned all #uy attention to the remedies they at onco applied...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Poetry. BABY'S PLAYTHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Poetry. BABY'S PLAYTHINGS. WELL, fair little matronly Mabel, Want cloud on the sunshine to-day? Has a bad on the rose-tree been blasted, Or the baby been stolen away ? ?'Ho plsjthing? for bhby." How monrnful! Mttbinfce 1 have seen one or two ? Now end then on tfae etajra.', Ah, "yon ,??:,-? wanted.' '^': ?. -: '?':'?'? '??'"?? ""' ? ; V: A ruuoic-box oosjotor, too t" : . Let mc tell yon, my lair little Msbel, What plaything one baby.enjoye. - Ob.) ?joa Dever wonld gntse it, do, never, ; 'litn't down on a piioe-liet o£ tojs. , Iwoaopin tbe j?Hj not to stay there— . .'lt was only to carry inside— fiends end I—little pieoes ol Bnnday, S mple Btorios cf Ono who had ditd. Oond news, abunt mercilul pardon, With Bongs about love over all/ !. To hold np a lamp in ibe daihoees, And load to the perishing call. Dark faces oamo ont of the ohadow . Of coiiidor, passage and otll, - ?"?' Aβ the voice ol the speaker uplifted " His meioifnl mesaage to tell. Dae besuliful Bummer-dsy Banligbki Shone i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. i ', EPPS'S COCOA, BEE A X F AST. BY a thorough knowledge of tho natural laws which govern the operations of digostion and nutrition aud by a careful application of the fine properties of wcU selectcd cocoa, Jlr. ?F.pps has provided our breakfast tables with a dolicotely-flavoured beverage which may save us many, heavy doctor's bille. It is by the judiclons nso. of sneh articles of diet that a constitution may bo gradually built np stronp resist every tendency to'disease.' Hundreds of subtle maladiee ore floating around Uβ ready to attack wherever there is a weak point,. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keep-, ing ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.—See; article iattLo CitilServico Gazette. r\ '.. . ? ',: Mado ataply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets or tins, labelled :— .. JAMES EFPS; .&; ~q'.O.".' HOMCEOPATDIC CHEMISTS,-j <" ,;: . ' 'LONDON. , ' " '? Commercial Banking Company ~:.-,, ' ...

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Mitchell's Flat C. C. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Mitchell's Flat C. C. ON Saturday last the above Club opened the cricket season of 1880-81 by a seratch match. The day not being favourable did not put in an appearance, members did not put in nn appearance, and therefore only ] 0 aside could be obtained. Tho leaders of tho respectivo eidee woro P. Kroms and W. Shearer, and the team of the former scorod tbo first win. This rantch being concluded early in tho afternoon, a one-innings match was played between tho same Bides, which resulted In,a victory for W. Shearer's side. The following are tho scores:— P. Krame' side.—First innings : P. Krani? 7, W. IJallantino 2, G. Callan tino 10, Job. McNulty 2, P. Burnngu 1, S. Thrift 5, F. McCoskcr 0, W. Power 9, Hungerford 3, P. Bendeich not out 2, sundries 11; total 70. W. Shearer's eidt?.—Firet inninga : D. Power 5, W. Shearer 1, W. Sliep. herd 3, J. McNulty 5, R. Cooper 0, li. Shearer 1, M. Brunner 0, P. Watson 0, D. Shearer 1, H. Horadam not ont 0, sundries 1; total, 17. Second innings: D...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct. 18. INTELLIGENCE has been received from the Cape Of a severe conflict between the Basutos and the Cape Rifles. The British troops were signally victorious. \'??'. TJhey. completely routod tho enemy's ZfiiiftKiioT?, killing great numbers. This r '^victory givee tho Capo Rifles a great f ! ';.adv(?ntago. from a etratngatical point of i'^ ; yiew,.iee they will now bo in n better. V? to obtain supplies of food. Tho elections in connection with; tbo ". of tho United' Stntee j are > 1 and aro generally carried '*. "outi under oxtremo bitterness of party v/feeling. In the town of Wilmington, Hanover county, North Carolina, eerioue note have taken place, in winch ;..a number of persons wero injured. ;? : l! A f fire occurred at the city of Charlee fjfliton^.in,South Carolina, which resulted '*?} 4& the total destruction of tbo principal and some of the storehouses v ; : tberebb. '~... . ]' Samos, in the Grecian t.;,arcbi...

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A Story for Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

A Story for Boys. Exchange. SOME thirty years ago the New York and New Haven Railroad had just begun running on a single track. One after-<*> noon a country boy of about fifteen was standing near the , track at a cross-road half way between Stamford and Daricn. He hoard a train coming from the latter elation just as a New York train came in eight from tho opposite direction. He ran to tho track, and, waving bis hat, caught the attention of the engineer, and by hie'earnest manner and his point ing in the opposite ' direction, convincod him that a train was coming around tho bond. He instantly applied the brakes and stopped his train jnst in time to escape a disastrous collision. Tho rail road company expressed its gratitude at tho time by tho presont of a valuable silver cup and a life pass over the road. But this was not all ; a year or two later the boy was taken into the employ of the company and instructed in me chanical engineering, for which ho ex hibited marked a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Glennie Memorial- ATa Public Meeting held at tho Conrt ri. House, Singleton, on the loth met., tho following (rentlcmon wero appointed n Com mittee :—Tho Magistrates of tho District, the Mayor and Aldermen ot tho Borouch of Hlngleton, and tho following gontleraon— \7. J. Dangaii .. A. J. Gould A. A. Dangau James Moobb Geo. Lqdub ~'.... 35.. U. Cuaqo- Ed.' Alfobd h. P. Staoy A. Hooke a. H. Pitz Roy Rev. J. s. White, Wm.Dukham M.A., LL.D. HenHY YOBK A. MUNBO W. WADDBLL Abthub Bowman -P. Waddy ' Ed. Drake M. Waddbll J. A. Ounneen J. Willis Wμ. Bbookeb J. M'Alpin J. A. Tullock Henry Moobb , Wμ. T. A. FAWOETT Rev. B.E.Shaw, b.a W. Ash A meeting of the Committee'will bo hold on Tuesday, the 26th instant, at the Court House,' Singleton, at noon. It is particularly requested that all mem bers will attend who possibly can do so. J. N. BROOKS J T . . Hn „ H. P. STACV J Jomt SeoSl Professional. '? YAOOIKATIOK FREE VACCINATION every TUESDAY and SATURDAY MORNINGS at the SURGERY of DR. RICHARD RE...

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A Stranger in America. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

A Stranger in America. Nineteenth Centurv. NOTHING surprised me more than to see the parks of New York, abutting Broad-<*> way, without a fence around the green sward A million unresting feet passed by them, and none trampled on the deli cate grass—i*bilo, in England, Board Schools pat , up a prison wall around thorny so that poor children cannot eeo a flower, girl go by in the streets j and the back'windows of tbe houses of mechanics in Lambeth remain blocked up, whereby no inmate can look on a green treo in the Palnco grounds. In Florence, in NoTtbompton, whero the jHolyoko moun taius look on the ever-winding Connecti cut ttiyor, as oleewboro, thoro aro thous ands of mansionb to bo seen without a rail around thoir lawns. Acrea of ploa tftUonti lie nn909199c4 b fc^. tiful.lipusos, whore a crowd of wandorors migbt, rest unchallenged, nnd watch mountain, rivor, and sky. In England, if' an 'indigent 'wandorcr , eat down on houso-gronnd br waysido, the probability is a po...

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The Duke of Manchester in Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Duke of Manchester in Singleton. I remain, Gentlemen, Yours most heartily, MANCHESTER. THE visit of his Grace of Manchester to Singleton caused comparatively little excitement in the town, until about half-an-hour before the arrival of the special tram: Shortly bqfore .fourp.m the station-yard becorab partiallyfiiy with buggies rind hortes, and abont two or<tbreo hrindred'adnlte nnrt sctao] boVB and girls had congregated 1o *reet the illustrious visitor. Tho apecinl thin left Newcastle: at three p.m., after tho Duke, had been taken round the hnr bour, and.inspectedi nnd f.'.iHted at tho Lambton. Colliery. The train eionped at :Maitlnnd for a few minutes only .and at 4.45 the "special" stenrno.l in to the Singleton station with Mr. John Higgs, Traffic Mannger, in chnrfo. His Grace .was accompanied by Sir P. A. Jennings, K.0.M1G., the Hon J. Lackey (Minister for Works)' \| r " W..C. Browne, M.L.A., Mr. A. Bow man, M.L.A., Mr. John Nnwlnn (nf Eelah), and Mr. M. M'Hanlie(...

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Nature. THE DECORATING SPIDER CRAB. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Nature. THE DECORATING SPIDER CRAB. A. W. ROBERTS, in Scientific American. SOCIETY and occupation in the world of the [?][?}[?] are represented by ma[?]one, builders, marauders, us[?]rpers, end plunderers. and all have their distinguishing peculiarities. A fanoy ol tliejgniiiptejiider orab, or" daridy , ' crab," as he is sometime? oalloa, ia to ' decorate himtell with algal and sponges; und none but the most brilliant in coJonr eeera to pletM him; this, however,, not for vain display, bat, primarily-itJoa?i, for pereontl. proteotion. He moves about "slowly *d^? Bolemn,".Bndie deliberate in dcoiaion and determinad'ittparpote; his hurt!, spiny ?hfll, o> sombre colour, adda to the dignity ol bis ?ppe?r?nee, and theraethoilical wsyiDwhioU he nsei hie clave and esitiet himaell ahont, really Impresies one wilh tho idea that he is ? quite in ' important:' personage in ' the aqaariura. ?'.', . '.?.'.-?'?/?/? '-. ; 7. ' ; *; ??? ' ::^r: - '? : -'..???'. When wishing to Mray himself be fin...

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The Maories of New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Maories of New Zealand. A RECENT census of New Zealand has revealed the fact that the Maories are rapidly decreasing, and it is quite pos-<*> sible that a generation or so may find them exterminated altogether. The causes given for this national decay are love of drink, bad food and clothing, unwholesome dwellings, neglect yi cleanliness, and generally low aocial habits. In 1861 tho Maories were estimated to number 55,386, but since then they havo decreased to 48,595, or about 20 per cent, in 17 years. Tho natives of Hawaii, however, are showing a still mere rapid destruction, for thoy havo decreased from 57,125 in 1866 to 44,088 in 1878, or at tho rato of 23 per cont in 12 years, or 32-4 per cont. in 17 years. In their case tho miachiof ia hastened by the prevalonco of leprosy. The Rogistrar-Goneral of New Zealand is not very sanguine as to tho recovory of the natives from their downward career, for, apart from their deficiency ie moral qualities necessary to arre...

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The Philharmonic Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Philharmonic Concert. We are Dear Sir, Very sincerely yours, Signed (on behalf of the subscribers) ALBERT J. GOULD. President of the Mechanics' Institute, WHILST the farmers rejoiced at the splendid rain which fell on Thursday, certain songsters regarded it dolefully indeed. A misty rain had been falling all the morning but at noon tho" break" 'came, nnd,thero was a hopo that tho weather would clear up for the rest of tha day. Uufortunntely nt 6 p.m. it began tonvin hard, and continued far past tho hour for commnncing the socond .concert of tho S.P.S. . Nevertheless, moro than n hundred ladite and gentle men ventured to bravo tho wind nnd rain, .and. amply wore they rewarded for their temerity. ? The committeo could not expect that residonts of the eubnrbs would icomo into town in such weather, and this, ue far us wo know, is-tho only reason? which prevented tho attendance of tho Duke of Manchosturand his party. If, however, tho concert was not a success \te mimical success wns ...

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Items. ANOTHER seizure of jewellery took place at the Post Office on Tuesday, consist-<*> ing of a valuable assortment of watches and diamond rings. It is believed that systematic smuggling has bean oarriqd on this way for yoors. The consignee of tho goods was communicated with. : . Tfie Orient stenmer Orient arrived in Sydney harbour on Wednesday morning thirty-six hours nnd a half from Mel bonrno. Tho vobbol is fitted up with machinery for frozen meat, it will carry no Hvo stock, but will take a largo ship ment of. meat home. : Tenders for £500,000 worth of Treasury bonds, with interest at 5 per cent., redeemable in ono, two, or throe years, wero opened on Tuesday by Mr. Borry at the Troasury. Thore were 80 tenders received, at prices varying from £97 to £100 10s. Tho aggregate amount tendered for was over a million —£500 was tendered for on the part of tho Bank of Adelaide, about £500 for the Mutnal Provident Society, £1100 for tho Commercial Bank (Sydney), and tho ...

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THE DUKE OF MANCHESTER AT GUNNEDAH. (From our own reporter.) Friday, reed. 7.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

THE DUKE OF MANCHESTER AT GUNNEDAH. (From our own reporter.) Friday, reed. 7.15 p.m. The Duke of Manchester arrived at Gunnedah at five o' clock. He was re-<*> ceived with musical honors and several rounds of cheers from an assembled crowd. ' /?'' '??'.'-*' "'?? ' ??"?"'' ': ' "V : ? His Grace; was : presented with an dress, read by Mr. ; T. iC.'Abbott, Police Magistrate. The Duke having read a reply,' ho was then; escorted to a wpg gonottOj'drawn by 1 four groys. A pro ceswioti was fornled' 'and the n?ain. streets paraded.'." -' '?' '' ; : '"'.' His ; Graco'puts up at the CotirU House' Hotel; '?"- ! ? Ho will bo tlio guest of. Sir Patrick Jennings,' who : 'givoa him a privnto dinner this even'iug. Tho weather is slightly wet. ' ??'"' : ' ! „ , : Eccd.:B.so p.m. Tho Duke's reply to tho address was as follows :— ~, '.. , .: : " Gentlemen,—l thank you for your welcomo, , and I congratulate myself on finding railway communication extended bo far as to enable mo in a rapid...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Mr. Copeland and the Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

Mr. Copeland and the Interest. IN the course of a capital speec de-<*> livered at Armidale on Monday night, Mr. Henry Copeland, M.L.A., made the following remarks on the subject of remitting tho in tores t' on overduu bftlnncos:— ' '' "'?''?' Anothor question was tho remission of interest. Wolt, ho w&e not afralcj. to tell that he vtub not opposed to the pro posal ?n ioto, H? ilia not know what the fouling of tho selector's here was \yith respect to tho romieeiim nf intorflet J bat, looking aronnl him, it would eufprjee hi v to ho told that n body of nviii /sho hai don- ?o woll out of tlii-ir ("olHotlons wuro iv fuvo'r of nnoh on iniqiiilpue pro poHttli Ho did not bolieve they would go in to throw their jiitu' btirilons np'oa other people. N'nco tho pneeing of tho last Act 7,500,000 oores had.been selected,ami that proved thiuthe eeio'vtore did not bsliove that their bnrgnin was! a bud. one, ugpeciully where iho eomu cases wuro starving tlioineelvoe'to t?Uo up ...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

LONDON. Thursday. The fresh difficul ty which arose in consequence of the demands of the Porte for a maintenance in statu quo in the north-eastern portion of Scutari, has been overcome in consequence of the re sistance by the delegates of tho Powers, .assembled,at Cpjtingo,. an 4 tho demand has been withdrawn. By tlic Porte. ; The last proposal by the representa tives of the, Porto, ia to tho eflect that the Turkish forces now holding Dolcigno and thotpiiritory ceded io Montenegro, shall bo withdrawn three hours .before tho Montenegrins proceed '? to occupy these places. The reason alleged' for this demand is, the danger that might bcenr of a'collision taking place between, the'; Turkish and Montenegria troops, should they como in clobo contact. J : : - In view, , hoifoye'r, of the fact that! the Albamane.eorrib months ago seized upon 'territory ceded'by Turkoy, prior : to the arrival' of the Mohtoncprins, doubts have arisen as to the bqna fides of this pro- posaly and 1 it is consi...

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The Representative Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Representative Cricket Match. THE Albany correspondent of the Age telegraphed on the arrival of the English mail the following account of the match between the English representative eleven and the Australian team, held on the Kenniogton Oval. Tbe attendance was the largest ever known, the total for tho : three days being about 55,000; England won the toss, and at half-past 11 o'clock W. G. nnd E. M. Grace went to tlio wickets, to tho bowling of. Boyle and Palmer. The first ball of Palmer's second over nearly bowled "W. G. Grace, bathe hit the second and third balls for 3 and 4 amid great applaose. When tho score stood at 41 Alexander replaced Boyle, and when 57 runs had been ob tained Bannerman took the place of Palmer. When 67 runs had beon snored Bannerman missed catching E. M. Grace from a hord return, and E. M. Grace drove Bannerman's next two balls for 4's amid much, cheering. At 91, Alexander at mid-off, caught E. M. Grace for 36 off Bannerman. Lucas then went in, and the...

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The Poet's Corner. NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Poet's Corner. NOW. Adelaide Ann Proctor. RISE for the day is passing, And you He dreaming on ; The others have buckled their armour And forth to fight are gone; A place in'tbe ranks awaits yon, ??:; ;' .j Each man hasenmb.pftrtto play;.. ; -:.- : ; ; The pn't and the f uturo nre nothing „ . Iα the face "of thoetern . ;; ; ; Bisefrom yont dreotria of the fatarei-: ,, Of geiiiiog some herJ-foaght field ; i.??? ?? ,-j '?[ Of storming eotdoairy fortrein, r ~ \ . Or bidding epme giant'yield r . . \ ; Yoor future has deeds rif glory, ? - '. . : , Of hohonr, God (frant it may I ''. ' ??. ,?. Hot Tour arm will never be stronger,'?,.; Or the need bo great as to-day.r :. . ? Bice lif the past detains yob, .: Hor snn?hine and storms forget} V ? ';???' ? > Uo chains so nuworthy to hold you ? As those of vain regret;, .-,. .-..,..;..'... ; . : Bad orbrighr, she ifllifelees for ever, . Cost her phnn torn arms nway, :;, . Nor look biiek.-fiave toleara the lesson'- ? Of?nobler strife uj-day...

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A Funny Duel. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

A Funny Duel. San Francisco Chronicle. A WORKMAN on Lindsay Point has in-<*> formed a reporter of a terrible conflict between, a snake and a rat. His story, written out, is as follows :—" The snake was of unusual sizo, and of a different Appearance from those commonly found in water. The rat woe of.. the ordinary brown variety, and Was, running along the shore when the fight began; 'The snake was coiled upon; a little point of mud, just above the water, sunning itself, and probably asleep. The rat, apparently without noticing the snake', ran directly into the latter'e jaws; thai; is, it jumped direcily upon the folds of tho serpent's body. The snake struck instantly, fastening its fangs betweon the rat's shoulders. Then began a con test that in'its small way was truly thrilling. The rat, struggling violently, endcavourod to shako, itself freo, whilo the snake as persistently ondeavpnrcd to drag the head of its victim into its own mouth. This feat it was at first unable...

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The Export of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 October 1880

The Export of Meat. "SYDNEY" writes thus in Tuesday's Herald:— Sir,—l am astonished and ashamed that the Sydney banks, who make such enormous dividends out of the squatting intereet, of whom Mr, Pigott, in his address to the electors of Canterbury, is reported in your paper of the Bth. instant to havo said : " He tried tho other night to take out from the returns of 1878 tho numbor of acres hold under loaso in tho name of tho Commercial Bank in this colony ; but, after ho had put down a column of figures as long as bis arm, he found that ho had only got through about half the returns ; and for this immonse tract of country they paid so small, tin amount:" and. the Sydney merchants, who make suoh large profits out of tho same interest, with the excep tion of a very fow who assisted tho Strathloren experiment, do not giro a penny towards so good an object, which would so greatly benefit themsolycs, their mortgagors, and customers. Really I am ashamed of euch mean ness in the bankf) an...

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