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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

' TSlatlCf*. VTOTICE Is hereby given tbat BOYCE*3, JJH tflendon Iliook, baa been Gazetted-an additional POLLING PLACE tor the Elec toral District of Patrick— 1-tin—. ' 3.-C. S. McDOUALL. - -'- Eetorning Officer. Tender* Am: invited for BUILDING a SLAB i * STABLE, finding materials. Por particulars apply to AW KINGSTON; PhtrnU Steam Mills, Singleton. - !E_E__e Bel !??r jFaBCt. ' STTB-SCBI PI ICKs. TO DUt £" b. 4. £>hv Browne . '22 ?& "-Nemo *?".'.. „. ... l ft. o Mix. Home- .— ... 1 9 <l | F.A.Barvey _. _. _ I l ?> W.>at — _. _ 1 1 ? ;. A.s__so??se- t ? -* Tisii,i?n Howe __ 1 0- ?? X U-Tbcimsecr —. I <Jt O &.Xodtc ?>? -_ tftt , ' A-Mcaxo _ '_ .-, 1 ?? <Jt C. Creed .„ ' 10 _ "W- „ , jp O *?fisLg.Matf,in-. _ r B> O ? Z>.McCaUuot ~.' _'!??_ : ?sY.Wadttoa.ini-. _?."'? p , - E. CSadae , -, -4 ,J> 1? O . "Mrs. -boTrfrtitij ~ ?„ * Itf -O : Misses ErtfiseU -_~_._. - Iff ? . Mre.Ah?m _ .- * O *?$>??-* ~->v, — —.--,.60...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MESSRS WOLVE AND'[?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

MESSRS WOLVE AND'[?] REPORT. Stations—Some extensive, transactions have been closed intenly and at prices which must be consider satisfactory. We will bring into market shortly one of the finest stations in the colony, due notice of which will be given. , ?? - F.-it cattle,—More than sufficient quircments have been 'yarded, ami the majority wore yety plain ;?' anything- like good .qualify mado 21s. p<-r. 100 H<s. Cattle show painly tho'effects of travel ! ling,.and most of the Block coming in are . much ciitiip-'? Wo haver *h!d',for Mosra Bowinani'Brotlierii, 163 linlloet'B n't £3 4a. to.:£T 19s.'; and have, 100 Very choicn. CattleforMmitlay. "We .report I**tyards - bnHocks; worth £t* 10s. j- medium mid iiii* ferior,;yery??"iiir?if sale, ? ?"' :??'-". Store Cattle.—-Veiy small nnniberttbave Ueeh^yarded" during" the? \veefc, and prices obtained cannot- l>o taken ss a guttle .yalue of large drafts; , W<J.._sv6?.a mob - 'now?:;.travelling :srt_(ltj??...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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J. AND [?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

J. AND [?] REPORT. Hay—No alteration to report prices are from £3 15s to £4 5s per ton. Maize is selling from 3s 6d to 4s per bushel. Oaten £3 10s £5 to per ton. . Flour, from £12 to £15 3?.' per ton. ; '. Jlraii hnd Pollard' (scarce), from? £6to. £8 per ton? 7.'.'. ????'-;"; -?'Y ?:.<-.-:: ':'..; Hides dull nf? rale from'3_.to 4di '". Skina, 6d. to 7d. per lb y 'Bark.—-TVc gr.t. al,fint COO slieeta of bark tit'offcr.for salo this day.?-, '??,- Horses?— Useful harness homes go off; radily at a satisfactory figure. ? ? July 30, 1874- ...'.'?'..;'. ?-'-f-'-..

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

*;v<tt- 7ToirE2fia£r. Terras ol Subscription : — "Per Tear (in advance) ... — £1 os_ do (do by post) ... £.1 (H. Subscriptions booTced will be charged Is. per quarter more than the above rate. Tterm* of Ad-Kertising :— First inch and -under — ... 3s. Od. Every additional inch car half-inch 2s. Od.- AdvertisemerrtsnE two lines ... 2s. Od. Births, Deaths, and Marriages... 2s. 6d. Business Cords, per quarter — Site. Od. JTo idv?rti?emeat tiooied unsfcr 3s. : A liberal allowance ipR-fee ?naAeSor Ad vertSsiments coatinued for a period over four weeks. Itnnistbedistmct3y?ndexstood, that, unless countermanded, sdvertisea?snts will be coatm?ed. and charged for at the usual rate. Asy person ordering Advertisements or printing an behalf of a Cootmittee formed or to be formed for any public purpose, w2i be held personally lesponsihle for the bseec. The " SINGtLETOK ABSOS' r aiia TTPPBIt' HTIKT-R GENERAL ADVOCATE, ie traanowtted immediately-after public—tion to idl parts of this and ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [?] HILL, AND CO., REPORT:- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Commercial Intelligence. [?] HILL, AND CO., REPORT:- "Wool:—Aα improvement was noticed yesterday. Qontatioss—Scoarod, ISA. to 22d. ; fleece, IGd. to 20ii ; handwashed, 104. to l?d. ; greasy, Si. to IOJd- ; locks, pieces, and mixed, 4d. to lid; per lb. Sheepskins, were, in good request. Qnots tions—-Full fleece, 7A, to Bd. j medium, 6Jd. to 6ja. ; fur, Gd. to 6£d.j inferior, and pelts, 2d_ to 4d-per Ib.\ ' Tallow.—The demand continues good, bat prices remain without alteration. Mut ton end beef, at 325. for the former, and 30s. for the latter. Hides.—The market barely supplied, and those forward- being- genenn'ly of an inferior description. Quotations —Light, sja. to 6id. j medium. 4jdr to 4Jd.; heavies, 4}d. to4s&. per-lb. i horse hides, 7b. to 9*. 4dL ; calf, 3s. to 6a. jar lings, 7a. to 10s. 6d. esciu Horns, 20s- to.2Ss. 3d. per 100. Bones, £8 to £13 15s. per ton. - Horae hair, 183. to 25d.per Jb. ' Heather.—This weefc sales passed off qpietbv Quotations—Sole, 9fd. to JOJd...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maitland Markets. Mr. M. MOORE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Maitland Markets. Mr. M. MOORE'S REPORT. Hay—Lacerne hay remains at from £3 15s to £4 5s per ton. Good oaten fair demand. Maize—The rates for this product main at front 3s. 4—, to 3s. 3d. per bushel. There is a .good dtnuaiiL -at these figures. Flour, from £10 to £16,p0r ton.. Brau and Pollard. —A good demand exists at from £5 10s. to £G 10s. per (on. . Tallow, £26 to £28 per ton. Hides, from id. to fid. per lb. There is a good demand, nt these figures. Skins, s_, to <**til. per lb. Cheese, 3d. to 4d. per lb. for first-class; inferior, i!A. to 3d. v Bacon, 4rt- to 6*l. p?>r lb. Brooms, 9s. to 12s. per dozen. Tobacco, 2a. 4tl. to 2s. Til. per Jh.. Cedar Board-*.—My sales this week have heenlas fullowa;—2CHK) feet st 2.15., 4000 at 2Ss. f?l., 4000 nl 23?. per 100 feet. I could place any quantity of lirst-clnss at these .Inferior sell at;froiu 20s. to 255. per 100 feet. Ycliiclcs.—Got d Fpcond-hnnil vehicles of nil descriptions meet with resdy sale. IJorses. —Good and lig...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Palmer Rush. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

The Palmer Rush. I rush to the Palmer is becoming rather a serious matter. A general [?] took place last week when [?] of our leading to [?] people took their departure an— <aa yeaterdav attd to day tb* r_cUe m?!?iit Ins jtiTT "__rs-aed. -fti?r?il_-'lie a : dtfltealfc task-foe ?*-?*<? exaggerate the stalenseoxc recesv*—;- at about !.twn,? -tothe riciweoa. .sat.-tun* atSwrial dSg£ti?g?oit &mdy-Cra_k. Weao only r t-? rea?-t therevis - ??W3T prospect; 3b tWahewnce. of arrrvtfe : hw? ThfcHootbv, of a gssawesi 'rteataztCte e£ ag those who?_ bu*i**ess-*t3l act pre*e?t andisd-BatMmge—-theaksjbsn* going to . ifcsxPahaer- We-caaspaak ?n onr per amat -aevledge- at" aaasy Juuative. so- , pciatments grvtco. sp. by holder* is Cook | town to join the' Btamprde.;and -are. take, the'opportunity tomentiott that She- jK?t -mh?ster*?> assistant and present, leiteraofrier wi? joiuthe throagforSmilyCieet. At one time ? fho-gbt-to' mention siune of tot departed hut to use...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEST MAITLAND. Tuesday, August [?] p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

WEST MAITLAND. Tuesday, August [?] p.m. At the election to-day for West Maitland Mr. L. W. Levy was returned by an over- <*> whelming majority. There was very little excitement as the result of the election was generally anticipated. The polling was-as follows :— Levy ... ... BIS "Hamilton ... 129 Majority for Levy, 359

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, August 4, [?] p m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, August 4, [?] p m. THERE are heavy floods at Brisbane Good news has been received from sandy creek palmer River where one party (Ratemon's) in four weeks are said to have obtained six hundred and seventy r(U7O) ounces of gold. Flour J-, selling there at £30 per ton. The Forties rising, and there is every apjiearance of heavy llotxlv Sydney Council otEdtteation met yesterday to decide the of. tlie tcaehcrs -.under susiicusion. The decision arrived at is nt present-with held. In the Divorce Court, the caseof Spiltcr r. Spillcr was odjoamed till to-morrow. Hie'-case of Stinson-'v.-Stinson 'has been set de.vn for bearing on the 20th instant.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Government Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Go vernment Land Sales. At the Police Office Singleton, on Satur- <*> day August 29th,1874:—County lots A of 41 acres. [?] rood county of Durban parish of Howick adjacent to the northern bcundiiry of J. Wcddcrbnrn'fr 2560 acres, and the southern and eastern boundaries of P. M'Donttld's conditional purchase of 4Q acres," portion 70 ; B; 40 acres, county of Hunter, parish, of Piiibili'adjoining the. southern.boundary of W. JL Baxter's con ditional purchase of 40 acres. No. 31. Ex clusively of a road 1 chain wide. Selected by. Jiunes Fraser. Last advertised ?27th' July, Jfi74 ; . C, 105vacres 2 rood?-. 24 perches, county of ?Northuniberlantl, parish of ' Wollombi, adjoining - the' northern boundary'of Jj: Cohcroft'sl7s acres-.2 roods. No. : 70, and the eastern boundary: of FestusTohg'a'.SpOacrea. Upset price, £.l?'per acrel Suburban Lois, three of 5 acres J'toodB perches, 5 acres 2 roods 35 perche*, and C. acres g mods 12 perches. re?pcc;ir'iy, in the cv/unw if I'tu-liato...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Crown Lands [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Crown Lands [?] AT a sale of Crown Lands held at the Court House, Singleton, on Monday the 27th July, the following lots were dis- <*> posed of: — COV7STBX. LOTS. Bot A, Portion i 3, 40 acres; connty Dnrbnin, parifb Ci.wrow z situated ou the Dividing Kaugc, About 1 niile'south westerly trnin E. W. Doyle's conditional pnrcl.ase of 100 acres. No. 20. Lot B, portion 21,"40 acres; county Dur ham, parish Cawrow ; situated on tlie Divi ding Range, (about. I mile soulh-castbrly, .from-portion 23," lot A of this sale. Both the above lots were purchased by Mr. Edward.William Doyle, at the upset price?£-£!"jjer-acre.- ?- Xot Oj portion : 41,-. : 6)>; acres; county Durham,- parish Kavensworth, on Farrell's, Creekj at- the north-west .comer of A. Bowman's 43 acres, Ko. 35. Selected bj J. Burke. This lot was purchased by Mr. Alex. Bowman, at the same price as above. One other country lot was offered, but was not sold. .Eleven suhnrban lots in .the village of Bedford, last offere...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

23-tice. STSGLBCOPIBSof the Singleton, Argus may be had from 'Mc J. P. Quisk. and Mr. X Goih>akd, of George-street, mid Mr.' JAS. Wkcoiit, of John-street, biagletoiL. Argus Office, July SB, 1574. Wanted. COKRESPOKDENTS and AGIvNTS for the StrtgMon Argus in all the town ships round. Stngh-t'ou and 'MaHlaud. Gen tlemen -arho have' to. net as such, and.tltiMse who may lie willing to do so, are iet{Uested to.seutl iii their names to the otllce as curly as possible. Argus Office, July 20, 1874. "Xottcss to HxsOHCirlX?cr?^ SDBSCJRIBEItS to tlte Singleton. Argus ax respectfully requested to obscne that in order to avail of tho reduced price for payment m udvnncc, it is ncccsnaiy for them to lorwatd their subscriptions to the olfic? befom the. middle, of the current month. Singleton Argus Onicc, Auguot ard, 1574. X?? Jkdvex-tlNcrw. OBDEIiS for oltcrntious or withdrawal of AtlvertiMimcnts must reach this Olllcc later than MONDAY; morning, to ensure; their being attended to in the follovri...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] of a Chinese Actor. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

[?] of a Chinese Actor. The distinguished Chinese actor, Yang-<*> yueh-loh, formerly of, the Peking Theatre," Shanghai — whose somewhat romantic marriage and the tortures and puuishment -cinch fuDUnred it, at the brads of tbsCbehaica, under the pleasure of the powerful retotivea of the wife, otrr reodera -will-rannmbut was, we — transferred to Sotiag-fcxa?g, for what Toaaon is -agt-.-i-iTAainod, sad brought-up ?fee- Biim?w?-ea befbeetbe coort there. He there retracted the eoofawinn tfcst . had - been loxttnxd out of him by. the Shwnghsi Titagrstrstey bad b-tng; again tartmed and sebjectodt?2o_ blows of tho bamboo, he -was fsiif .lo renew his. com friwiotr Hewaan?xts?aiton toSotichow, and. -was then broeghtnp forexan—————— before the Crinuaal Judge -of tbeprovince, 'in whose, presence -c declared that the former eos&anoos were -wrnngooot of hlfai by torture, and that they "were altogether nstmteu As he firmly adhered to this re-' i traction, he was remitted to S...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Royal Scandal in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Royal Scandal in Russia. The following sensational explanation is given by the Augusburgh Gazette of the arrest and disgrace of the Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia :—" A fashionable scandal is? reported from St. Petcishurg.' The'story concerns* young njahbelong- ;?! ing to the higi.-st circles, who has been ar rested for an offence againat property. Finding it impossible to make liisrcsonrees meet the expenses into? which?ho had been thrown by.his mistress, a young French woman, be allowed himself to be inculpated in an attempt iipon his 'mother's rich col lection of diamonds." She did not discover its ltiss until somo weeks Inter, when/she was about to make a foreign tour.' With out suspecting tiiat she was nbout to de nounce her owii son,?the great ladyplaced herself immediatelyViri ..communication with tho police, whoso chief,:-a clever man, a few .daj-s Inter .-'ascertained ? where the diamonds were,! mid?.wlio had taken, thero.', At tho iame time lie made a report to tho Emperrr....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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West [?] [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

West [?] [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August [?] ELECTION FOR WEST MAITLAND- Mr. Benjamin Lee our late member having escaped the reward of his labours in support- <*> ing Mr. Parkes through the many vicissitudes of tbe past set—ion. in Parliament, by being appointed Police Magistrate uf -athurst, bis seat has been declared vacant. Up to the jirescnt there are only two candidates in the tield; Mr. L. W. Levy, of the firm of D. -Cohen and Cb.. and Professor Hamilton.; and in all probability they are the only gentlemen who will contest the election. Judging from public opinion, the result will be nn easy Victory for.Mr.Xevy. The Professor made a -very bad start in hot, candidature on Wednes day evening, by calling a public meeting at the Albert Halt, which was crewdetl, aiid then treated —te electors very, cavalierly, by re fusing to hold forth, givhig as hiii rctisoii, fhjt the larrikin element waa too strongly re presented, aud there was no reporter present. Mr. uddretieda...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The "Last Scene" in an Eventful History. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

The "Last Scene" in an Eventful History. THOMAS MAHER claimant to the Buckley Estates, died (reports the Evening Herald) last evening in Melbourne gaol, where he was awaiting his trial on the charge of forging the will under which he advanced his claim. : Maher was a helpless invalid from paralysis, when he first brought for ward his title now about a year ago,_ond has been in tho same condition ever since. Be could not' walk, and always had to be carried about. . Since his committal to gaol, in May, ho has been continually in bed or on an i?,asy chair especially mndo for him. On Sunday last he becnmje worse, ond learned that he . bad probably but a;viery few days live. Being of the. Roman Catholic religion, ho- asked to see a priest, and Father Lordan" received his. confession. On Monday ho became aensfe less, and continued in the same Btoto until Line .o'clock on Monday night, when he died.; The gaol-register shows opposite his name that he was 60 years of ink feet. high, a native...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Smack run down by the [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

The Smack run down by the [?]. THE following paragraph, taken from the Mona's Herald and Fargher's Iste of Man Advertiser of the 30th April, i8s believed to refer to the fishing smack run down by the Oakwbrt-':tr~ ?-' '~'Y'Y.\': ; -:?-Y' '??'?'''? ?'''?''??''- \ ? , The Missing- : Sn—tck, ' Olivte.—-Kinsale, Saturday night—The?only ray'of liopef :for the safety of,tlie cre\v. of the ill-fated; Olivet of?' ; has .now , beeix. : abandoned by those who fondly wished it to. prove true-);-; ?Ftt!_ fiwe weeks have passed and gone since she, Or the craft believed to be tlio mi;?ii,g one, was spoken to; high pntiiij the distance,- about'south*, east from tho Old Head of Kinsale. ;: ,The wOathcr -was fair aiid UiO sky clearj and only One cause oE.darijgierwns to be feared; and to this cause alone tlie loss of the Olive and her occupants is pavr st- the. culpable* heedless ness of vessels passing along the Kigsnle fishing ground. Many complaints have been made by numbers of the fishermen of t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English News. [BY CABLE.] London, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

English News. [BY CABLE.] London, July 25. THE House of Commons has unanimously voted £15,000 annually to H.R.H. Prince Leopold. In the Assembly at Versailles, there has been a long and exciting debate; on the Constitutional Bill.; The?? Government j . opposed the Left Centre, and the bill was | rejected by 374't0 335. A motion for a dissolution ' was' - afterwards thado, and rejected by 3(i- to 840. '?.'?/?:-?... In the House o£ Commons .Mr. ;"Disraeli has abandoned the Judicature and Jjond Transfer Bills, and the ? obnoxious clauses in the Endowed School Bill. "The prrach Assembly has adjourned the Constitutional question till next session, the motion fur the;postponement being passed by 395 to 308. Prorogation "? will tako place ns soon as the budget is voted. - Schwjiloff has been appointed Ambassa dor at London. ' ; '.-''?'?'?'?".'''?'??:'" Tlie 'com market : is decliningin the prospect of a good harvest-. . _ - Tho copper market is depressed, with few transaction* £77 j Austra...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Modern [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Modern [?] Under the above heading the Graphic contains the following:— The city of Jeru-<*> salem fills such a large space in the imagi-<*> nation on account of the surpassingly wonderful events of vshi c_ it lias been the theatre, that its. insignificant size- and pop—__ion at the present, time strike one with a tort of surprise and incredulity. We leant from a recent paragraph iv the Academy thai the popo—ttioa ia only that of a small English town, namely 18,000, of whom 5,000 *re> Manornmedans, 8,000 Jews, and the rest Christians. Thore arc net mine*,, thengh there is plenty of . mineral weshh in the neigh—ourlx>vc_ There in plenty of fcrt-o. laud untillcU, but t—o- roads are wretched, and tho wan dering Bedouins.render life and property unsafe. Considering that a large number of Christians, especially in this country, 'believe.- that the Jew*?, will ultimately return' to tho .Promised-Land, and con sidering that the Jews themselves, at any ' ra...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Epitome of News. MESSES. Lewis, Bros., of Tamworth opened their new flour mill on Thursday, the 23rd July, by a social celebration (reports the News) on a scale of some magnificence. The mill isdescribed as a splendid, struc ture?—just suited to the reqturemenCa of the district in which it has .been erected., 'It is contemplated by the-Liverpool Plains Jockey Club, to erect a new grand stand oh tho Tamworth- Racecourse,- on rather a large scale,. designed to." accomiH date 250 - persons. Tenders ore ?- invited for .the -work.-":--?:?'?.- -.'<-?'.;;;.''-'' -."?::'' '?? .--."--... John Finnerty, olios, McCarthy.* and "William". ' were committed on Tuesday last, to take their-trial for the Warialda nudl robbery, at Tamworth, on tlio-GtltAugust next. '.? A man named.. __oroas Jones wios kicked in tlio abdomen by a horse he was? driving, at. Tamworth, ori Tuesday, and died tlio next day,leaving a -wife and family in destitute circumstances: : V , Sews from COoktown states that...

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