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Synopsis OF Latest News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Synopsis of- Idttest Hews. Ibk escort -left- Charters. Towers on - .Saturday,, Trith nearly ,3000 .ounces of -gold; - „v-' ?-,'-. ?- "- .?' , Tho amount- received; by- Uic^Tam- xrortli Laxui Agent, as payment in cow xicclipxL with. Jaojl, pureheMfiliuneUr tbc C. IZIa. Act, during; last week, omonntcd U> £2.034.11e. lOcL . v , ??? ?* ? A XottdtuL. telegram* received m Ade laide Relates iKat, JkTr.;>Wm ,ppwlh?jr, emigration, lecturer, died tn JSnglftnd, from colic, after thirteen tteye* jUness." , , 2&e. 1 Monkland. Tiibato -,Ot>.; at . Gynipic, liare obtauved.JiOi). ounces of gold from-/iSO tow of qrarte'' - c ? South Da*M -claim,'. 80 tons o£ etoue jieJiiod iO2. oouces. of goW. . ? Qil Thuretlajr, John. CabtD, a, settler oa the jlacquarie, cigliteen miles froJn Batiinret, iva& fouutl under a,tree pinned to tics cartlu / He ?Ked-just after being removed. v - - v " .The pereonalty of Hie late Or. Tracej lias becix sworn tit MeUioumc under ££>O;O0O. .-. ". ....
Insolvency Court. PLAN OF DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Insolvency ;\Ckrart?. ?? rtAxt-'Ot- JDiSTnawwios: * ">- : Xoireialwavaa.—In. the--a*?**ce ot-Jarac* IjAale. On the raoJu>a-?£ .Me. 'Jffaefeswie. the plan of, uistrfbalioji, dirt&eud 'of 1?*S 1-5-lBa 5u the X. was- cosulnaed. ,- - -. ' .jwbecxioks. " - ~'-*? &lt; . Intb?*evcrat_?atte?otJ*___'*JrJ_y, "vTjillaee G_>_-_l, t?o_?oTc-eJ_tpra wrre-rsit-Sei., . * " ' Bcoacsosr. ' "' - v ', - - David A- Brown *.-_._-_ 3_->?---t___r ,r_t tej ot Unimore, ??__? £**?___? 10th .December-" Mr. __*__. oj__d.a__?__ SCTH-CSaEB- " - -George Henry Kohit_K_,'of I K*a_&lt;:i_.o_-_. grazier. &lt; ZJabi-ttiws, 'SSSH Gs. _U of which -£Gl ilfis. *?>.?_c_e_ _V_setviClT_ 3&j Humphrey, o__cjaLass!goe_L
Supreme Court, Sydney. COMPENSATION FOR A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. (From the Herald.) Perry v. The Commissioner of Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Supreme Conrt, Sydney- C03IPENSAT10X FOR A ItAIL tVAY ACCIDENT. (From the Herald.y. ' PiilUT V- TllE COMMISSIONER of JIaii.watts. In the Supreme Court, on Thursday, before Mr. .Justice Cheekc and a jury of four, Alfred Perry clahned to recover damages! hi consequence of injntie* sustained by Jinn threwgn a railway | accident at, KewcastU.". - , Mr- Butler. (i.C. and iTr. Cecil ' .Stcplien, instructed. t*y Stephen and Stephen, appeared for the plaintiff; Mr, Salomons, instructed by the Crown Solicitor fJMJv J. Williams), for the j defendant. The declaration charged tlie defen dant with the negligent uinnagemviit of tlic trains &lt;*n the Great "Sotliem Itail vrcvy, in consequence of which a collision openrred, aiitl i>lBlllllll was injured. Damages xrcre laid at £1000. The defendant paid £74' into court in sati? factioit, and t(u> contest, therefore, -was whetW this smn -was sufficient. There are at two lines of railway, cnic for i>a.->snge traflic. the otlicr for...
Rifle Match. FAST MAITLAND V. SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Biile Match: F VST 5SAlTl r 4S"D-*Tl STSBUSTOX. Wi" haw tfcer" *wee roa?s in tiie BHteMate*; whiclt oeatr eff .at "the- Ea*t Maiilaad Betii- Oα ISetarfajr .Jsasfc be-, twecn tte u?e3?be? ?C the Bsst itaitl?*4 Toluntcer liifiw cud tea ol- the SJngJetca &lt;Sw?ttteft>Teaa'b?T?npciiiiQtng?&lt;Lthe latter t* -tirr -??Kaieci?? ?wttl* thectt. Tto Best Jsof3*toa teiTipg. the-honor ol ?oai?s:tte JagSest iaJUTKitMI ??>rec, &lt; ?rrrate i ?*'- J. Bobias6n.w3io-?taie. iff points'—JUT xeiKe. T6e deywaes ippty tirorable to- tJse t?t iiurooc. JHOiO-SiufSetoSiee? with the esccp3to:t of the lowest -used the aiartriTE —HcsayriSo- Tbe Ea?t Maitland r?a?iMe?LtJ?ei t>nyJer esd , OCBI5 1 iMtes, tfte cen?pany beiae toiKtt i??tt, tbese. _ Tte ioJ "l*>wittgni&lt;s the aeore* >-i- ' , * - j , "? * rM 500 SOO Toial. CoUBer-Tletbld-i' -. IS 15 , T 37, Corporal Ifch_-i___ !?* 3 .. SI Corporal All-ti ~. IS 11 ? 35 CS-&lt;_H_"McDonald 15 13 5. .' 33 j-W_tcFi...
Dissolution of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
- Dissolution of Parliament. . "Jlr command. Xftswr. Cakkes-. c;&lt;>d Save the Queen t J ' '' The following :proclaination: ilissolvinjf tlte Legislative Assetuhly wasissued-in;'.? supple ment to the Corernment 'Gezcttr„ on fjatur daV afternoons .The writs of election will he issued [trobably on Monday : — Proclamation by hii Excellency £ir Hcrcnles George IJoliert Itobin _?. Knijfht. Com tn..jider of the .Mont. Distinguished Order of SL JGchacl _id SL ?co .?_. Governor - and Commander-in-Chief of tbe colony of New South Wale-* ami it* Dependencies and ViccrAdmiral of the same. ' WiiekiyAS by th_ bill pained by" the Governor and Legislative Council' of New South -VwUas in the seventeenth year of, the reign of her __nj-_ty the QueCn, inti tules! "-W Act to confer * Conttitation on _\"ew South "Wales .and to gj-int'a Civil' Li.it to ller ?Majiraly.' 1 ' ami assented to by ller Majesty, under tbe authority o£ the Act of the Imperial Parliament, pas.-tl ia. the SeiMOii oi th...
Political on Dit. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Political on. Dit. Tub on dit with respect io the forth coming contest and the persOHTtclof the new Parliament are legion ; nnd, as usual on the eve of n general election; there is already a gathering of forces. !Next week we -hall hear the of tlie captains raid the boom of the political guns. Some of the rumours arc strange enough even :to startling. To com mence : It has been stated, almos aut-ioritatively, that Sir James Martin, tired of tlie monotony of tlio Bench, intends resigning tlie Cliief Justiceship and entering -once more the political Arena. Then there is a party who de clare that Mr- Parkcs will be made Agent-Grencr-iL Others pretend to tho knowledge that Mr. Arnold will liave'the representation of the colony in Englaud, and that Mr. Cr. W. Alton will take the Speaker's chair. Mr. £?. C. Brown"s ?vote upon Mr. Combes'* motion gives a denial to the rumour that be is to be made Attorney-General in case of the Miiustiry coming back to power. Mr. Combes goes,home-o-morrow,...
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1874. Female Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
-WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1874. JFemnle EtturatiOD. TnEisE is a society in England under the presidency of her Itoyal Highness the Puikckss Louise, called the National Union for the Improvement of the- Education of women of all classes. The , object of the ?=ocicty Is to introduce into female education such a reform as will bettor the- social position of the sex. Its present condition, educationally, te fur from satisfactory, and contrasts nri favourribly with what is nolicrnhU* on the jUJilc BUlc of the question. Wlien ?we tlijnk of what, ou the fitlior hand, nns Iwcii done and is doing still :is affects malo education in our universities and collogue, and \rbnt, on the othci }iand, lias nut Iweu done as aflvets tTic adoration of women, "ive find just ground for complaint that the education of out daughters ha-j n&lt;jt kept pace tritii the intellectual development of the nge The. same &lt;lu!l round .of piano, calis thenics, u?c of the glolies, ami school girl French...
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 1, 6.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Telegraphic Intellig-ence- [Tr.ois die Teiia.uapfiic.- Coub.esj-o.n dij^tt-J SYDNEY- Tuesday, December 1, 6.10 p.n?- Hie driver in -tho late carriage act Went, lias been ctnaxnitted fuSr triaL _ ApaMSc mee*h*g has "been called: .to recognise3£r..Madeay'5 partiMneal&ry - services. - ? >- * - ~ . _ 1 t JUr.- 00-nbas ___;?' issu-d a 'fdute__ a-Wress -prior to'his lea__g for 'Kttg-' -lofucL , . - -~ " ?? Peter Macgtvgor 7 -tt youth, lias been committed for trial" for niaaslvitghtert,' i for t&nnriag- n portion ofa brick, and JfilJiag- a, girl sixteen years old." -' --' |." 'Severe shocks ot earthquake were i felt at M-lUmcne yesterday*-' --. ' I i JLr. Afcbott and Mr. Brant White are stated to lie candidates for the repre sentation, of tbe Upper Hunter. - Alderman Pem_i?mgtoii opposes Sir. ' Hfepatrick for ihe electorate of Tass. ' It. is' reported "tbat the ~ East Sydney t buncii of .candidates for seats in the- next 1 p_d__eat consist ot Hon. H. Parkcs, [ Messrs- Mo...
A Hard Employer. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
A Hard Employer. It is reported in a southern jotirhal that a case, in which own- of the parties showed n disposition . iiot'..particularly' susceptible to the dictates of pity, "catno before ilie local bench. Complainant, a man. with a iiickly, nttennated, suffering look, sued the defendant for a balance of wages, 13s. It appeared that com plainant (who has 3 wife* and foiu-yoiiiig , children) had hired with defendant a.s shepherd, bnt, at the end of a few weeks, was stricken . down with sickness, [ through a chronic complaint of tlic liver ? and kidneys, and was unable to pnrscu his arocatibn nny further. .Under these circumstances ho asked defendant to settle with him and release him from his engagement, bat the latter refused, oil the pica that complainant had broken his agreement, and Was therefore not entitled to the balnnce, and, by -way of warning, like evil doers, preferred ratlior io pay a lawyer to contest the casein coiirt than comply -with the unconscion able demand of ...
Launch of the Bessemer Channel Ship. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
. Channel Ship. On die 2-ith ultimo, at o o'clock, tltc Bessemer; saloon steamship, wax launched from the shipbuilding .yard of Barle's. Shipbuilding ComptniVftTimited;. m ESuffi. Tht event attracted crowds of ?visitors* innnliering, nccoriuig to mine 20,000 -persons, tod anions tStose present, were JLord,Hcnry GwJ*>n, ieonoXj.Firet Conmussioner of Worts -, Sir-Spencer :RobinEoai, late Chief Cm trotfer of the N**jr*' Mr. E. J. R&lt; - ?!, M,f>; ; anil Mr. "VPilsou, 3£.P; ?; -ibjs. twereprcsentath o?. of, Hull' ia\£arsament£ Sir \Villi:i'.n and. I.ady"Wright, Jttr. H. Bessciiui-, Captain HickJej-, Captain' Paget, 1!.?.' , Admiral (Sforri, of tho Clitliau 3Cmi ; thi Mayor and Mayoress of Hull, : ?mwnber of French, "naval officers, itii'i several members "of EnrteV&hiphuiMri - Company. , On .the , platform, ;it- ft.' bow of the slap,'.'Waited,Mis* B>".&lt;!?? Wright, granddaughter of the- invoi-ti . of the Swing .saToon, and ;t&lt;.s? ?m tlie la...
Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
'? Sinerleton Post Office. ; XtS* chw tor tiic Krtitb, VMfi. i?eydiirj,: p-Jtejj, '?-?.."- ' . MCurazaix and NeircMtte. ?ti S.or>'i?y,. Tt??ta3' v " ?- ? ' &30'Bt£x. ' ' ' ? . KortM. -for JlOTTOnhnx*. etonr, BbuxCot*, B?j^ ; aaxt ORSiUam?y ensotog ?t β-juit. for_frn?ler StilM-? &lt;B*s?iiti. rut'Oewrnil; T??S?I. ? ..":?'- liri&lt;toi?a?ji;xSraHl*j, Frtitoy. ? SS.WU on. D?taraaiol UpJo-tor?oaitoy* '?.: :: -, ,; ''-dSvrttrfi-' -:.?>,-? ? ? ??;*:? ?' ?'?" '-? j v '-? ?'? '"? '?' ?*'???? Seett*,SS^?waiWf^;^^jrfp**?o^o?; - ' : -V-. '? '?'?=' ;'?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
. " - - ' wS!*_'is"_a._S. --.- ?? . ._ss Upper Hniiter General Advocate, is j?urr_,z_:n__ ivery ?_.c_beewJay __n_ _?stt?_r?S?y Tcrmn ot Subncrijitioa: , tin. (ia ___~ iivy_bk &lt;nzartc_ly .- Jtl &lt;_. 'da : . Ca*?irt> -* -. -- .. -* ?- £t. Ss. yar- The Ciatit price ii: if tbe su-ecription. Ik rtot palil datiiis tiic fixit month of the &lt;it___er.' The, KlKvnr—tttbc trtana.-w.hctb-rthe paperi*ileUvweilbj nxancr or through, posti. ;_>tfn& ol.'-U-vrxtW-St— . Firstiacb ?rul nr-Jer -. .. .. .. .. .. 3b. 04. .. .. tt. 04. Adnttbe?tenta of two lines .. 3x. 00. __rt_a,_—t-i,—A_u__e_ .. .. .. _?_?_. 3wi?a>CM-aperqnjU-et ... ... .. -. S0?. ftL Up i-tnttiHtnenta booked ___*_ S_- A_Am_>l_K*ac_i -?ri_t _e_3_deXbrAdrartS9rai_nts covttnneit for a period of __r fo_r ncfaL J[t sunt be f-fcttactjy nndCTi'too-, tfast* _le_ comrtrrn-gided, wKwttocments *UI be- onnf.lnnwt tu>_ r___ited for _- t_n__ra_ _kidT?rtbemen_s_oii]il]-K_tliftX(li_ilxr of innertlot...
Successful Invocation of the Devil [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
Successful Invocation of the Devil. A Sours German paper relates the following:—In a. Bavarian town of- the most, pronounced Catholic orthodoxy, the priest preached lately against the Old Catholics, and related stich horrible \ tilings about them that liis pious hearers were literally. horror-strickcri at Old Catholic impieties. At last the preacher cried" out—" Tlie Old Catholics are so vfle that they will all' be cast into tho pit ? and if what I tell you is not true, may the devil tako mc now on the spot" His excitement, "was terrible, and ho so struck the cushion that the book fell from it Not far from the pnlpit there sxtan American who had a negro servant with him, to whom lie beckoned to take the book up to the priest, -who perhaps had never seen one of those sons of Ham in. bis life. Tlie negro at once obeyed, and as he mounted the lowest of the pulpit steps the clergyman repeated bis wish that tlie deril might come and tako hitn if -what he had said against the Old Catholic...
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874
ISfewcastle- £ FB03C OVB. COKl£ES£?OXI>ENX."f .,, ISFOEMATIOS has been received from Sew Zealand that the barque Anne >Ielhurst,, Capt. JDaviilsoii, irerived on the Sift October. She. reports leaviiiK Kcweaatle on the 19th htttant at 2 pvat-, with vruA hrowinfj.bloiring farnEFX lie newt day the-wind veered to V E_ and contfoirtd: from' that direction &lt;111 making land , off Cape Tarewell on the 2>th- ThoTTiml-Hien changed more to the northward Hβ making tins Heads, shortly after aaylijjbtye&terttayniornia;;. ? In beat ' iag in the." Heads, fte Varane bung a little in the btay*. wbicpt cansed -the signalman to report her to"Joe jipparenOy in danger. Ar raceement* nere immediately n?ule to dis patch, the ba. Ladybird to her assistance, Mcsjos. Hnnt?r and TurabuU, insurance agents, having gparwtccd £100 &lt;o the S& i3s. Company for liet services. Oil arriving at the rinnacle Sock; the JLadybird'6, assis tance was refused by Captain Davidson, ...