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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

THE "SINGLETON ARGUS" [Established, ? Jptr, 1874,] .A. NEWSPAPBB, IS ? PUBLIBHED ~-"'/iIIOE A WEEK, EV EBY> 'WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY v :r ,;^ t( ( ?) All orders for the withdrawal or alteration of Advertisements mast bo given in writing, otherwise tboy cannot bo gaaranfcoed attention. Letters to the Editor ehonld be sent in not later than noon on the day preceding tW publication fn which they aro intended to appear, Tho qnorters end on tho 31et March, 30th Juno, 80th Soptember, and Slet December, at which time only, and when all arrears of subscriptions arc paid up, can resignations be-recoived. [ ? Notices op Resignation must he sbnt direct to tiie Office. Now Sub scribers wilt only bo charged from tho time thay Bond in their orders, whether it be at tho beginning of a quarter or otherwise. LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS.—I. If a porson ordere hie paper discontinued, he mnst first pay all qrreeragO?, or tho publisher may con tinue to send until payment is made, and collect tho ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct. 20. A RUMOUR in current in London that it is the intention of the Duke of Argyle to resign his post as Lord Privy Seal, and his seat as a member of the Cabinet. The reasons for tho etep to bo takon by tho Duke oro freely discussed. Bnt in, tbo absence of any positive knowledgo on tbo subject, on explanation is sought for in the supposed difference of opinion between bimeelf and his colleagues on tfee- Irish policy of tho Govemmont, - especially in respect of tho land question. The BightjUonorabla Alfred Henry ? Tbeiiger, one of tho Lord Justices'of , vAppeaL and a> member .of 'the Privy Council, is dej?d. j : :;'/: : - te !,;.< \:"' :: ?'?-'?? ??'? Oct. 21.: ; . The Pope approves of the pastoral of -Kfght r 'Bev. 3Dr. Macabej Arch v biebopof jDnblin, which ceneures the Irish Land Beform Leagao. Mr. Bredleugh declined to address a meetiDg et Exeter on tho land laws, the .Mayor holding him responsible for an ?nt...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

I iWhislcy puts on?brno'bf tho colours woj see iii autumn'leaves,; bht'Vrhb' ever' "Jle&rd of odmiririg;yb?iTigladies.'doing; fred ho'sfls in wax work 1-rr'FonHit Lao ;:.::?:?>?? y, pcwaroo^littlo-things Ijlact eeod no longer than sa spin point will produco an "onion that imay -ruin n Sunday Bchbol : or break-up a sewiDg cirila^— -Ei-ie SerdU, :-? '.' \ ' ;';??-. "''} '? '-V . 'Aβ Edison can render sound available in jBo many ways, why doesn't lie utilize the iiowlin?\wilderness?-— Philadelphia 'Saturday Night,;?? .: ;.:, ? . . Gertie (after waiting some timo for! de?serl)-^- ,, Uncle,, don't yon have: anything after dinner?" Uncle—" Yes, dyepepein."./ ~. ':':,/?.']?',_"Ul !? , ? 'I That pats i a different face on itj'-' eaiiji the swindler when he raised a check from twenty to two hundred dollars.— Ci7itihnati;Opijii)wrciaT:''"... '.''.. : '!?.'; , .?/ Ati^''lri.BlimD!q./.')iylib!''Btbbd"'fpr'a i '.]ong l time ; jbokingi: at; a:.ship's anchor was ordered away, but refase...

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The Victorian International Exhibition. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN COURTS.-PRINCIPAL FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

The Victorian International Exhibition. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN COURTS.-PRIN CIPAL FEATURES. THE great Victorian Exhibition, one of the best ever hold-as is freely acknow-<*> ledged-is now in so forward a state that l am able to take it up in a fltlemanner, , i ItVis'.important''that the "HmJ infotmatiqo.-,:el)P.u|d ; be;, given, specially in a manner that will instruct ?d pleaee;"6o ae' to giye/an; , itlda.".to. m?U'i' aretance,' for wo can hardly foresee what 'will be tie ultimate result ? tWsrand the Sydney ExliibiiionVJto" ?irel|B.[i #6; iprove this, 'itlirb'nt . £?Bs?aty ;tb;inentio?! tW outcoline 7 6f>tHb : ?81 Exhibition in England. At that period the clay and glass, manufactures ? England were,-of:,a- merely useful ( wacter, but tbVexnibitibn , of artistic, "ramie, and glass articles, led-to tbe Kopletc revival of almost lo?t arie, and pglandnow elnride high in thesd; so "i?l probability; tboreealt here vrill bo 1 fillip which dyer...

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A Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

A Free Press. WE have received the fallowing cir-<*> cular :— Freedom of the Press Defence fund, Committee Rooms, Royal Hotel, George-street, Sydney, 18th October, 1880. Doar Sir, —In order to give effect to the resolutions unnnimoasly pnseod by a densely crowded and enthusiastic public mooting, held at tho Mosonio Hall, on the sth instant, in favor of tho Liberty of the Press, and determining to defray, by public subscription, tbe amount of the fine and costs imposed on the pro proprietors of the Evening Newt, we have much ploasuro in inviting your co operation, and will thankfully acknow ledge any subscription you may forward. We are, yours, &c, MONTAOUE LEVEV, 1 HOD. .. James Green, j* Treasurers. Jolm Tavlob, 1 Hon, Pak, O'Cqshq?j ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

LONDON. Monday. At a meeting at Galway yesterday, Mr. Parnell, M.P., made a speech in reference to the present unsettled state [?] Ireland. He maintained that the Boti3eof Lords by rejecting tho Com psation Bill, Mr.; Fbrster by .the |?!icy' .lie bad' -pursued,Vwere , splelj imswftUo, and declared that tho only imedy was autonomous Government for Ireland. 5 '/ I '" , ; : '?.?'? '!'..'./,'???;, ?.-..,..-.-'?? Itie'ruinbured that the proeocution of k leaders of the Irish.Jagitation will like place in London -.????? -Meeere.' Pnrnell, KUoDj'Biggar, t3octonj Kelly," and the iro Bnllivansj all riiembere of -Parlin- Knt, and' two O'Connors,'J?rehan, Egan, SulJivan, Kettle, Boyton, and Wpath have been enmmonod on a; ikrge of conspiracy.' ..,-, -_ ?,: .-. ? ?-~ ..; The Manchester telegraph; offlce'hae ten harried down,,-'. ??.?-? --???,.. ??: - ?, ? *> ,?'?'? ThoOzar is to jofted 'to ! ; bo' 'alarrn agly"ill.- The '.Bern^i : official ; - f ylgenco JsHW, pnbliehe? a lender pii the preecnt...

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Free Land. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Free Land. Liberal World WERE the dustrial discipline of the people properly regulated so as to in-<*> crease, in a proper, ratio, the proportion of direct producers, to the whole body of. consumers, and if, again, land were' made free to the nation at large, the present unnatoralj artificial, and vicious state of matters wonld speedily come to an end. I bare shown, in my earlier papers, how miserable is tho pro portioD of Englishmen engagod in this country;in directly productive industries. I have pointed-,oat the.natural con sequence in raising the prices of a food, and above all things, in ensuring tbat the masses of tho nation shall always remain pauperised, and therefore socially and politically enslaved. Let ne torn for a moment;; to a people where tho maeeesi are really: free, aud for the greater part in tbo condition of com parative independence. According to the Census of 1870, it appears that the population of the United States wee 86,600,000; and tho number ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. The cattle market is easier. beef is worth 16s. Fat sheep are unaltered. Shorn

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A Daring Deed. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

A Daring Deed. THE correspondent of the Cologne Gazetts gives an account of a boat action which took place a few weeks ago off the harbour of callao, and winch proVos that the spirit of daring ?displayed throughout the war by the officers and men of the Peruvian navy has not been destroyed by the many disastrous reverses they hovo suffered. A small steam launch, armed with a 9-pounder gun and a mitrailleuse, was employed on guard dnty in the harbour of Callao, when about two o'clook in the morning a Chilian launch was observed approaching from tho north end of the island of Ban Loroneo. The t Peruvian boat at once steamed .to meet its. ad versary, and firing four rounds, at it caused it ta turn end make its way book again behind the island. Shortly after* ward?, however, the Chilian launch re appeared, accompanied this time- by a larger and armoured boat, with two funnels. Undismayed by the superior-' Ity. of its adversary, the Peruvian launch hastened to the encounter, the officer ...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. IN a Private letter the Earl of Carnarvon, ex-secretary of state for the colonies, expresses a hope that at some future time he may visit australian. ' sirD?niei uooper, in, a letter to the -? roys that the'new steamerbeing l\t oMh^Onebt^'!N/ ; Cdmpa'ny' , will .$&. : 520Q. tons, a" 3 Uk t0 UP W "reez'ing chnmbera. _. . ;i ,: .. , v :. !; ,,r. Grand Flanenriwns backed yesterday ta win £12,000 for the?Melbonrne'Cup? cJDPiiOBed traces; of ;the-mis?irig boat ', '-jfty have been found near Cdruriroa like ; " A' BmaU strip'of-Bkirtihg and' a mall'quantity of what is supposed to be Lan entrails have been washed up 'L, to wbero the"?:boat;'was*'found. tuv have been taken charge of, pend- L analysis. The Reneral impre??ion. 'i is that tbe party was drowned and 'ten by sharks. Efforts have been nude to catch some of the sharks, but a f„r.with 'no-result:""'- w^,, ?' ; ' ; ' 4 "^ ,! "' '"' XX The Australian . Eleven on thei...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. ' Note,—Tho above are wholesale prices, ot what dealer* would give producers. £ B. d. & 8. d. ftlalro (new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Capo Barley „ o 2 3 , 0 2 4 English Barley „ 0 3 0 „ .0 4 0 Oats „ 0 2 6 „ 0 8 0 Braa ... ... „ 0 10 ,,0 1 2 Pollard ...... 0 10 „ 0 12 Adelaide Wheat „ 0 6 0 „ 0-6 8 Colonial Wheat. „ 0 3 0 „. 0 4 0 Floor, supor., per ton 11 0 0 ,,12 10 0 Flour, seconrlp „ 10 0 0 ,, 11 0 0 Lucomo Hny... ,. 2 0 0 „ 2 10 0 Oaten Hay ... „ 2 10 0 ,,8 0 0 Potatoes... ... „ 2 10 0 „ 8 0 0 Tallow „ 14 0 0 „ Iβ 0 0 Batter ... perlb. 0 0 7 ,,000 Oheeso T „ 0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 Bacon „ 0 0 8) „ 0 0 4 Lard „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 1J Honey „ 0 0 8 „ 0 0 8| Beeswax „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 6 Col. Tobacoo.fig „ 0 1 6 „ 0 1 6 Ditto, loaf ... „ 0 0 6 „ 0 0 8 Horeohsir ... „ 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 Hides, hoary... „ 0 0 2J „ 0 0 8 HidoB, light ... , 0 0 11 „ 0 0 2 Oalvoe 0 10 0 „ 0 12 6 Oalf-eklne ... „ 0 1 0 „ 0 1 6 Pigs 0 0 2J „ 0 0 8 Backers...... esoh 0 4 0 „...

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THE DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

THE DEPARTURE. Immediately after breakfast, prepara-<*> tions for a speedy star were made and his Grace, with Sir Patrick, Mr. Lackey, and Mr. M'Cardy were soon on route for Gamwilla. ? A number of the'leod ingiownepeople formod; an> escort r !arid ? after.o pleasant ride of a ?raile.endtt' half oloDg the' - Coonabnrabrari roadj; during which the dacal party were left in tho -.rear, a halt :WBB callcdj ? tho rohicles and horaos were faced'about to tho road, and na his Grace passed, ronnda > of hearty oheersgreated hie earfl,:and'ffeie acknowledged.in. his-own'goniol and '?' affable, way as, he passed -beyond- the : cavulcndo on his 50-mile'drivo.?? Aβ wj returned the rain overtook us, and I wei indebted.to the famous old " Count"'for ,: taking.mo more speedily than' 1 quite" cared .fqr,-< to the shelter of. , 'tho'hotelJ-- At 12,o'olock liwas on board, the mnil ? train with : Mr. John'Nowlan,' and hy halfrpast seven we- wero once more in'?'?'?'? Single...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS, BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS, BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. Stations.—At this period of the year transactions are generally unimportant. Proprietors are principally engaged with shearing, and ponding its completion business is not likely to bo marked by an animated tono. It is pleasing to note that the demand for Australian wool is annually increasing, present prospects indicate a firm market, and the realization of satisfactory returns for this season's clip, This should tend to incroase enquiries for eligible properties, and assist to strengthen values. Fat Cattle.—Sales opened on Mon day with a very moderate supply, com petition consequently proved brisk, and prices throughout wero the highest attained for v considerable time. Advices of the improvement brought forward a much larger number yesterday, yet we succeeded in clearing our consignments without submitting to any material decline, at prices favourable to vendors. A carefully regulated market will ensure moro satisfactory return...

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THE BREAKFAST TOASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

THE BREAKFAST TOASTS. Champagne having been freely sup-<*> plied, the Chairman proposed, without comment, "The Queen." The Chairman next rose to propose "The Health of His Grace the.Duke of Manchester." Ho wae sure they would driuk enthusiasticully the health of $n English riobloman who had so highly, honoured their district by' this visit. Ho regretted that owing to fche.short ness of the notice they could riot enter tain hie Grace as they should have done had. time permittod. : Thoy meant to have shown their distinguished.'gueet that iv the Australian colonies he would meet with such a welcorao as woiild make'it appear that he was only visiting another portion of England. For though at.the antipodes they were, in 'their manners, customs, and liabits, as English as; the English themselves. Ho was not able to speak with any knowledge of hie Grace's acts ns, President' of the Colonial Institute, but he was euro, from his high position, his wealth, and the influence ho p...

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Mosquitoes. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Mosquitoes. Phrenc [?] Journal. THE proboscis of a mosquito is like elo-<*> quence, incisive. It is also tubular like the fang of a rattlesnake, and injects in to the wound it makes a poisonous fluid not greatly different in character from that supplied by that ophidian j only the dose is infinitesimol. The blood thus infected will not coagulate i |t nocks ont easier. The poison is acid i bonce mosquito bites readily suc cumb to any alkali, and, indeed, water it often found a sufficient restorative.; Camphor, carbolio acid with glycerine,, and spirits of ammonia are favourite remedies. Pennyroyal is said to drive noiquitoe? away 5 perhaps ao, but I am sceptical. As a scientific study, the great strength of tho mosquito is exhi bited, It may be called the strong point. Tbe generio name of the mos qniio is Oulex, the Latin for gnat. It is not viviporoo?, but '' cotne? in by the bitch-way," not unliko a burglar. Nor ia It born to the condition in life in which we find it....

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The Poet's Corner. A SILENT VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

The Poet's Corner. A SILENT VOICE. "New York Home Journal." SVERTLY the evening bells ring out their call, slowly the deepening twilight shadow, fall O'er drenmy earth and sky. The cricket chirps In solemn [?] tone, fiittii? mi heart wuu loaneia v cuono 'r~' iS vrearlnos I sigh. ?rat are the voloes that the twilight brings, ?' <£m tbs jsdncsn that to memory clings, ? ? For kappytnongtita come too nt ml&n dreims ot youth too bright to last, jtStTriitoM ot an nnforgotten part, ". When love"! dear song was new. ?V. n'eullns voice will como to me.no more, Enlnnrert echoes from the silent shore B * Where cherUbed memories dwell, OrlntDsbnaw-tbat?Tpundmeblow ' ?MtilM In aoseiiU aad, though soft and low, s *"* jfhe palatal wort-farewell

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Items. SAMPSON FOX, a half-caste, found guilty of wounding with intent to murder a half-caste girl with whom he had been cohabiting, at Wilcannia, was sentenced to death, last week. \ . An extensive fire occurred last week in Kiewa-Btreet, Albury. The shops of. Finney (bootmaker), Armstrong (fruiterer), and Macdoneld (butcher), were all burhod, with their contents. Finney saved nothing, and Macdonald very little. Armstrong got out most of his furniture. The buildings are insured for £1200 in the National Company, of Australasia, arid Finney £409 in the National und New Zealand. The shops were built a few years ago by R. Johnson. ? : The Queensland staff of the Telegraph Department at Tenterfield, is to bo removed. There have been serious floods at Cnrcoar. Tho Belubula River on Satur day last, was higher than for 7 years previously. Mr. J; Rutherford, of Cobb and Cα, Bathurst, who is also connected with the local iron works, has purchased the Eskbank estate from Mr. Thomas Brown for...

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Bridgman. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Bridgman. (From our Correspondent.) "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious" by the prospect of a prolific spring and summer, and all the long fiddle faces one used to meet in every-day life, before Jupiter Plnvius, opened his flood-gates upon us, hare been transferred into smiling, happy countenances, redolent /with mirth and joviality. Of a truth, the late welcome rainn have changed the. aspect of tho country. All was stagnation and deso lation heretofore, but now activity is apparent on every eide you, look, the farmers especially reminding one of is swarm of bees, making honey whilst the sun shines. \ Corn and cereals of nil -kinds are being planted in abundance. Verily, the ways of Divine Providence are inscrutable, for from the slough of despond we have been raised to the pinnacle of hope and contentment. Stock are rapidly improving in condi tion, ami in the space of afowweeks fat cattle will be as plentiful as ants upon a hillock. On the evening of Sunday, 10th met...

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THE DUKE AT GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

THE DUKE AT GUNNEDAH. At five minutes to five, the hour we were due at Gunnedah, His Grace stepped down to the platform, and was greeted by three rounds of hearty i British. cheers, a brass band having \ phiy.ed tho; train in-., Then . Mr. %K. ?Ab.ho.tt, Polico Magistrate of Gunnedah, lifter,tho usual introduotione, read the. ?'following addreee, the platform moan /while, , being ratber ; uncomfortably .. ~.;.. '..?,. ~; , ; ,; ,-: To his Graco the Duke of Manchester, ' Slay it. ploaeo your' Grace; Wo glndl v .avail pnrseives of this opportunity to oxten" !' to you a cordial welcome to the Australia 11 colonies, with which as .President of th e polnhial lnstit'uto you bfive been ad loiiS. connected. More especially do we deairo t? welcome you to Liverpool I?lains, a portion of the colony of New South \yalus,- whiuh has, perhaps not' uuappropriately been designated the" Garden o£ Australia." Wc'hopo that you will retnrn to England, the home of our ancestors, favourably im ; pressed w...

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A Flying Railway Trip! THE START. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

A Flying Railway Trip! THE START. RAILWAY travelling may be common-<*> place and uninteresting enough on ordinary occasions, but this was no ordinary occasion, and if I fail to make a short account of it readable that will. bo : my "fault, : and not thefault of the trip.v How tbo wind blew 1 It \vds quito a dangerous gale, that is, it would havo boon dangerous in Queensland or ?New Zealand'wliero Alio Wowingofftraius down embankments'; and;.over precipices is amongst' tlitf recognized natural if not nhtjonal ; Bports. I Ipok" the precaution to ?.etart'about.jivo niinutqe. too.lnto to catch a punctual'train',' and had tho_, ; saiisfa'ctio.uof beitig at the station fifteen? tniiiutys ; too early for its. substitute/ About'noon/the'quiet', serenity'of'\Vbit-, 'tirigliarn iwaa di?turbod by |.the'advent fit. \ alspccittl; wrong-wtty round from Single tpiji t(/at trafii It'ffc thp platform '~;';]', '? , .'.'' 'wiuTinxtfllAH '""''.^?T'.,.'. , .'l remained ma peaceful solitudo...

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