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The Sale of Colonial Wine. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
The Sale of Colonial. Wine. A MEETING of tho members of the Hun ter. JSiver Vineyard Association ? -was held on Friday at noon, at Hodgson's Royal Hotel, West Muiilaud," to cou- sider the proposed alterations in tlie " Sale of Colonial Wines Act." The chair was occupied by Mr. G. T. Car michacl, the Vice-president of the Asso ciation. s . .Tlie j?ecretary (Mr. D. Carter) read the advertisement convening the meet ing, and a letter from Mr. J. F. Burns, which enclosed a" copy of Mr. Jacob's &lt;' Sale of Colonial Wives Regulation Act Repeal Bill," 'and stated that Mr. Jacobs had his hands materially strengthened by the police reports re specting tho working" of the Act, and that lie-intended introducing on T?riday his new bill. The letter also stated that the writer might be informed, at an early date, what course ought, hi the opinion of tlie Association, to be pur sued iv the matter. f/The reports of - the superintendents and inspectors: of police arc thus summarised by Mr. ...
Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Insolvency Court. BBEEISOEES. November 2-1. — Stephen Dnnleary, of Wattle Flat, innkeeper, out of bnsiDes*. LiabiliticB, .£250 ISs. id. Assets, .£96 M*. 3Ir. Humphrey, official assignee. Joseph Poym_n, of -.attic-street, Sydney* Omnibus driver. Liabilities £42 19s. 104. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee. Nicholas Barlow, of Duck Cxcei Kidger, Casino, Farmer. Liabilities, £727 1_- 1.4. AsselK, £73 5.-. .Mr. Hiunphrcy, official a-si.c_.ee. William And.rson _ml iKibcl.'a Forester, carrying pn Imsiues. ns Forester and Co., of Gcorge-strett, Sydney, watchmakers,.' pa petition and .affidavit. __i_c&lt;liilej and state ments to be filed on or before 4th December. Mr. Satif-.mnu, ofticinl assignee. November 25.—Joseph \Viliinm llitchr ', of" Artnidale, gentle-inn ; on petition aria affidavit. Schedule nntl . .ater_e_t to ba filcc. on .or before the uth December. Mr, Mackenzie, o_scial sasigucc.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Hollo*------". Vri.r.? ... _ .---_:__--_ m&lt;_T eff-_tualC.il- for ___ _i:_ £l___;_?n_—A. __-l=?=> cans-of tt_~_cor_p-__ti is the ::_U--n__-*ory s_e of tbe Wood, which v.-ally .-.?_„_ * _.-! _i,rc-&lt;tion,produced lA_tud_ with xrvMt ii-uility, „_il i__ic_i_ the want of a proper circulation of t -at f?u:.l, which with its i— purity siiperfn.ucc.l i-rc-tV a;,-:;r.—-ato-the. .- &lt;1i.0n.-_ ilolliivni;'? Pills an.- of so j._7i!__s r. ii.-_._i-, that a f-? il-nsi talxil in tit_.r am an e:T- ctual pr-.'*witirc a..-.il_-t [tout andrh-u__ttt__.b-_t -A-ho-Vcri-ar ha._ .-_i attack of cither .hoilld U-o Hoilo--,-.-_ _ Oiu-ic.p.t also, th? __ii-„i£.ir propcrtif- ot wl-.i-:!i, ci.._i I o':i:cl v.it'.i the rlTeots of tho _.!!?, ensnre a ccrr.dn curv. The Oi_t _-.t should,at lout twic- :-. Xay,L _ l_orons_lyTuM_d inta tlie parts affected, after ti-j-y huyc bc-cn sui.cieatly fomented -wit- warm Tv-atcr to oj__. the pores, ami -Hereby facilitate th,: introduction of the...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied? toith the,real naoie and addrcsx of the.Correspon dent, not necessarily for publication, out as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be borne in mind that it* do not by ituertiug letter* convey any opinion farerable to their caatcHt*. We open ottr column* tit all without leaning to any, and ', thvx tupjtltf a channel for thepublication of opinion* of all thadet. We icserte to oitr tclct* the right to eliminate all pcjedionable matter from letter*, Cerrtip ndent* a*e ? particularly requestedUnerite only on'one ride of the paper., ? '.
Municipality of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Municipality of Singleton, j The Sipgleton Municipal Council met. on Wednesday evening last at the usual hour. There were present, his Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Qoinn, Munro, Adams; Burnett, Maguire, Kobinsou, and .Gates. auKtrTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. " COKEEarOXDESCE. The following letters were read :— To the Secretary of the Mechanics' Insti tute, acknowledging receipt of his ; letter of tbe 1 lth insL, -with reference to the raising of the tent of the Council Chambers. In reply it was stated that the Committee tor General Purposes to wTioin the letter had been referred, intended to recommend the Council to remove their offices from the Mechanics* Institute, unless prior to the next meeting of of the Council, the Committee of tli: Mechanics* Institute should see fit to con sider their previous decision and allow the rent to remain at the present rate of -£20 per annum. To tlie Minister for, Lands concerning the alignment'of WiQiain-street...
TO THE REV. W. G. R. STEPHINSON. (Per favor of the "Singleton Argus") [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
TO THE REV. W. O. R. STEPHTNSOS. (Per facer of ike " Singleton. Argus."') Your ohedient servant, . ";.;- ?- JAMES S. WHITE. ' Gowrie, JTorember 27. Silt, —I am at a loss to understand on what ground, you- came to the conclusion, that I would enter upon a newspaper controversy with.you.' -At the close of my lecture, pa " Edncation—secular, compulsory, and free,. -T intimated my willingness, and,. I may cay my to hitre the subject dctattcl j>*£ ?tidy'. I' suggested that yourself snd your ,friejidff should rent the Iftrgc lioll o£ the Me* chanics' Institnte Xor tlie jmrpbsc I biwie that thie.conrsc has been urged upon you since, by those who take ail interest in the disenssiou. Waiting for. an opportunity of so discussing- tKe'qnesLioii, I iefrained from ieplyingtp jonr long letter of last Saturday ; the more especially juf*"iicTer encouraged the expectation that yon and I iboald be literary combatants. .Hire the hal! us I did, and I am at yoar 'service. I shall b'ave the honor of a...
"DENOMINATIONAL EDUCATION" VERSUS "THE LEAGUE." (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
" ?ENOaIEN-ATIONAI. EDUCATION" VERSUS "THE XEAGUE." (To the Editor of the Argus.} a am, jilt, j^uiuir, Yours truly, W. G. K. STEPHENSON. "Wesloyan Parsonage, Singleton. DEAR Sia,—Hairing in my previous letter combatted, as I think, the Rev. Dr. White's arguments in favour of Denominational Education, I will, with' your permission. address myself to the consideration of some of the objections urged against the I,eague and its supporters by the representatives of the Church of England Defence Association, at the recent meeting; of the.friends of Denominational Education In Singleton. Without discussing the question of the accuracy or inaccuracy of Mr. Greenwood's statistics, as to the number of.children in New South Wales receiving no instruction (Which nevertheless has not been proved to be incorrect), it issuf&cientfor our purpose, in dealing with the Rev. Mr. Code's speech, that it is acknowledged by him that much, very much, rem .ins to be dona, before the proper facilitie...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Local and General News. TBS Weather. —- Yesterday we were visited with the fag end of a thunderstorm, which hroughtabout enough rata to remind one otv. dewy morning- It seemed to devote its forces to the mountainous, portions of the district, merely giving Uβ'a promise of. more ? next time. With this exception it haw been fine since the mild of Wednesday Inst. Run nn very well be dispensed -with for a "reek or two tilt the harvest is garnered safely in. It was anticipated that the rain in the early part of tile mek mould damage the vrieat. So information' to that effect has as yet reached usi Us. Qeosqe LufT. — An" advertisement elsewhere announces that this gentleman, who is the duly authorised collector for the Deal and Dumb, and Wind Asylum, has ar rived in town, for the pnrpose of canvassing for subscriptions' iv behalf of this Institution. Mining llkchstkak at Tekxeefzeljd.— A Gazette notice of November 21 states that Mr. Michael O'Brien has been appointed temporary mining regi...
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1974. The Defeat of the Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
SATURDAY, JTOVKMBEH 28. 1974. .TClae J*efeat ??" tine CoverH ment Just as the.last session of the Parlia nr-nt throughout whh-h. Mr. Pabkes lias been at the head of the Govern nipiiL was Ptipnosed to he tninnuillv disposing , of the public business thought necessary before it should expire by effliixion of timo, the. country is as ? tonndVd by Tipnring tliat the " here of a bniidred, Cglils" lias been laid low. At the eleventh hour, tlic lion, tho Premier is Ironght down from the high, pedestal on whk-h he was'thonght to be standing, to -chafed in the dust if defeat brought about by an Opposition which he, in common with many others, held all too cheaply." For nearly three rears amidst the storm* incidental to political life in the colonies, Mr. Parcel has piloted t?i6 miifts'terial craft safely, notwith standing that there hay*? lieen, from time to time, .good .grounds for anticipating t"he shipwreck* of nil his hopes and of his supporters too. The Opposition, at first' 'an ? organ...
Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Crown Land Sale. ??*/. A SA1E of Crown Lands was held 'wthe Police Office, Singleton, yesterday.. &lt;T?nly sixteen lot* were: purchased oat of about seventy-?Sx lots advertised for sale. vAUwere- suburban lots, .situated near the town of Broke, in the county of Northumberland, parish unnamed. The tote lucre anmbered from A to Z. AA to ZZ, and AE to AY. Lois -88, and. CC, sections 3 aad 4. tint tiro .former containing' respectively Z acres; and 2 adeemsrcods, 16 perches; anct the remainder 2 acres ' i roods each, were purchased at the npeet price of £Z per acre by Mr. Joseph CU&&. ?.-?'?. Xots T. 2, AA, DD, EEfJind AC, sections 1 and 12, coataining reepecfiTrfj' 2 acres 2 loctb, 3 acre* 1 rood IS perches, 2 acres 2tt perches, 2 acres 2 roods, 2 acres 2 roods, aiuXz acres IQ perches, were purchase*! at the npset priceof XS per acre by Mrs. Margaret llaroney. Lot AX, sectioa 12, containing 2 acres 2 roods 3S perches, were purchased at the npset prxe of £i per s...
Synopsis of Latest News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
| Synopsis of Latest Hews. '}? 'i : 'JA- .telegram from Adelaide states that ?;3tfr.,-Pail Phillips-, ?!.P., has heen found his station in the for north.— ' :£kaaii Jairrikins were arrested on" Satur.-' 1 day might for l)riitn.liy assaulting a ' gentleman. Oα Monday they were [ brought up-*ny .fined £2 each for the ssx&ott. It is thought that the Bench should hare ordered flogging.— -SaieK of ! iky 4sL 6 J. for eariy, delivery, f -lAtCamd-noa; iloaday, Archbishop [ Tfaughaa -was presented witlran addira* r and, parse of soverragiiK. He" spoke i strongly in favour of- the existing ! system of education. On -Sunday lie administered confirmation to 200. person's, and preached at 11 a.m. and i? the - evening to largo congregations, mostly Protestants. Shortly after his arrival I|b was met by many influential residents, of the district, at the residence of Father Dillon. He \rax entertained at Gledewood, CimtlCn Park, and Nepeau Towers, (Sir Charles Cbwper, the Agent- Genera! for...
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Conditional Purchases. TBC fo&ewiag conditional purchases were made -.at the L*na?-ionice- on XhwracUy r lAst.2---' - 7 - ' -- *- -.*- I SeaeeeCooVev 4&jecns > ?xianfyJSeirthuiiiber- ? - c marked tree about nottl? iwendaij-oE'feaceSlaad, tbew* -vest, north, east, -eatt sooth to lie: ?point of wi—m??i?ii??n&lt;. GeorgeCoofce, aSditioital. coodtrtioaal por chseev *> nun, ooontj-, KorOmmber ' laed. parisTi WoUoiabt ; iwijdiniijg the- Ttwt of Ms condition*! pnrcfaee of ?f. -sexes made that d*j-- Jiaix Fneer, *0 Acre*, cenmtj- Ihctrjum, . palislt Pjniog; adjoining the west of her lulcUtiotial conditional puxchjuteo£ 60 acres made on the 18th September, IS7S, and boanded on the eoutt by Batterham's coaditional purchase, and oa the north and west liyCrown Lands,. Jlary Frazer, additional conditional pur chase, &lt;0 acres, county Durham, ? paristi Dyrring; adjoining the irest o£ her con ditional purchase of 40 acrei made that day; being bounded on the ...
Select Poetry. THE FIRE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Select Poetry. THB-*iitE n: S!?. " . JJv- it. X. POE. THAt. recent deiirucMve conflagration* m America- lewl*i??un?ittl interest to the fol lowiugliines feCT&tbe weird pen. of the un fortunate Tee i— In t?? Jaepoa \Set>Ol. at nl&lt;lnlK!iC,]?:l?gi tlie ud sod SIM —f> -ff-nf'—rl *??*"-?*—??- tocmt chapel Ftatotl.&lt; Attain*?? Seotln* o'rcJheJeMe wnt e&lt; .TV* wnv ttaof tb* xaMsfefifc zolltae, ebaisJ m* ? v Tifflmr? -athfli ? * -> yMi'i —i Tr fi* ?* * i MiavAw? ! '&lt;?a lunjtiiiiwintoaab?Mt. goonOoemed £a?c&M? &lt; * , * v " ' the aaWe KlfaK. to- tbe ebfcner- aboreaC ?, !!?, ?t*ifc?aaSe?&lt;* not * itfeat ?!?* . ~J*ci qMtuxSztc 'SB* Apottei tone* aijr oooctt. feltar Btarwato-mj-tMt Interior, for Jay AsansCiljrtiast?a "Eilirttatn CbrSttni flre. ? BkoJoc .rr?. *iert ? . ? - ' On' Hie ?4 Imrfshfc. mldert fern & titubic > ' knot ottmtu , " Semn?dt??lbt>?iap*.Ui!tph?ntiiia—-"hervJ?i-mir ttut law; , it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Commercial Ban-dug' Company ? of Sydney. t____SJIED _BS_J SINGLETON BKASCH. THEBfenk fjincount-till-, gr_?& QMh credits in_e *?Iv__or_ ox. appror-.*; Jeouray, Allow l_tclv3l TOftm tixca J-ihalU, j&lt;i'j?_u_> pnM-_j* bill. mmi &lt;to3it_-U_ wtti*, llratbt, or. Irclur* of credit, Aral ncigo tmfc-.? collect MU* _.y_te at any _?c* '.at car_it T-Um; collect ___>_? |iu*_7-o_ipan_. _£ hitar_ ah d_.b-i)ture_;. act for Umt faunon*.* In. tb* I?__nx_t.aS' moiwx \i_ wouxiU?w in. Groat .Ucitaiu or tbe -?-?_?*; ai_l*-_::'pn.'i__ to- umlortiike lha a?c_ev ot JUank* oa such K&lt;_x* a* najr be ttnitaallx -gron_?p*te. _ MUtCST WJLDPT. To Builders. TENDERS axe invited for the seversl works ren.Uircd.iu the erectioa of a par sonage at _iijgt?lan. I'liuiS and specifications to be seen at the ,-fice o_ A. J. GOUXJ7, Esq., Solicitor, Singleton, mid at the ArchUact s chaxnusrs, &ydncy. Tenders- to he delivered st Syduey, by ll)a_ui. 0:1 the 10th of December r...
Upper Hunter Pastoral and Agricultural Association. (From a Correspondent to the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Upper Hunter Pastoral and Agricultural Association.. (Prom '"??a Correspondent to the JUereury/.) The first general meeting of members, for the election of officers and cornmit tec, in connection with the above assb-'" ciation, was hcM in the School of Arts, [ Musweflbroofc, on Wednesday, the 18th inst. There w_s a large attendance of members, including a great number from the country, which speaks well for the" in torest taken by the small producers in the association. Mr. J. H. Keys was unanimously voted to the chair on the motion of Mr. F. "White, seconded by Mr. Hnngcrford. The Chairman read the advertise ment calling tho meeting, and stated the Secretary had advertised that nomina tions for the variou. offices should be sent in twenty-eight days previous to date of general meeting; m accordance with the'jth rule of the society, , In addition to the nomination of the re quired number of members for each office by the provisional committee, "a member had availed himself of his ; ...
Playing with Fire. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Playing -witli Pire^ (A -Complete Talc.} TiJETtE was a frightened look id the soft brown eyes, of pretty little May Tudor a? she gazed into those of her companion, the tall, ilarh man besido _ lu-T. So young site seems, with a. Fnco almost Wiyisli in its expression, of sweetness and. mnoexmee, tbnt ~we- can ? taarculy believe it possible the words are intended lor her. But so it was. For many days xlv: liad resisted the pleadings of the tempter urging lior to fly with with him. JCt liad been a hard straggle, loving him as she did. Tlmt night ho hnci determined to make l*er rhoose between his love and lier parents. " Yes, 'May. 1 must be answered. Aro you Trilling fo give up my lore for n whim of your parents ? "Wliafc right liave they choose to a hnshnnil for yon ? ' Go with T.v. &lt;larling. Tliey will soon get orcr their angc-r, and gladly -vrcicomo .you ngnin. Toll mc yon. -will bo mine, or bi&lt;T mc aclien for over !** " Jultan, \rait a little longer. Pnpa ?will...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 November 1874
Marriages. On 25th November instant, at Singleton, by the Rev. Dr. White, ROBERT, second son of Fredk. Ticehurst, Esq., of Hastings, Sus- sex, England, to MARGARET LAURA, younger daughter of James Moore, Esq., of Singleton, N. S. Wales. &nbsp; On November 7, at Trinity Church, Mo- long, by the Rev. F. B. Bryce, WILLIAM HENRY, sixth son of the late Peter Brodie, of Glenalvon, Murrurundi, to CAROLINE FANNY, second daughter of the late W. Finch, Esq., B.A., of Molong.
RATES OF CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
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