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The Prince of Blacklegs. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

The Prince of Blacklegs. A ' pAXD-. of western: m?rite men, gamblers' and confidence mta are cans-. big- a sensation in Chicago, are doing a ; thrivipg ? business -on peer-r bora-street ' Xhe following: is a bnei account of their leader. One of the parties. sieatioKed it it Tras WQl'sib. Jones of Omaha, a. man rtho-has ae quixed&iu&oo&lrepttitatxoi* ss "Canada BIL" . He is best known , among life class, as. the " ajwjafeJJ?jg, , * and is. doubt less -the most stilfta. said, sncdfessfttl i shark in the "West . Several years before tbe Onion PaciScwas?eas£rrieted, i lit tnroed the Hgftest-trick bit rwswA—. SSjOOO dollars... Jit -was ; oa a.l!4ississipp£ steamboat, a&d Hs victim vas a rwealthy planter, who Was bEsdly ronfident of Ks ability;t(>iriiL;<>T6o desperately bent'on zaa&cng/ gooct his loss that ho imme diately-staked the balance oflie fortane, some 80,000 dollars, ia another throw, -triten. Bill was placed under srrest. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Lines. HENRY PARKES AND HIS TO[?]MENTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Original Lines. HBXRT rAtKl's -\ v II JK= TOKMEXTOKS. JOHN B- KXTCUt When toiw.be: O <? m"i-? i i ] ort Oarkvm tay, Tbo thrill n h... ? c th-ig.-. iuil ml.-i uwsy ; t K CBWi-t.* bnt-t. M t cir -lj-a * carctT. _ A >tar or Jilnnct, K ivrn- *.pbew; If mTDnrbaii. n.brn.ii?i i.but To-tie. Tb_ t?ct is i__B__th co_v-T<-vl To i-WT oicuit* r lit tli- vital tr__ic. Bj- r_-_, wh_-- ?" - rht- hj-a-jxith-Ue " mane. Jost ?? my 1? s A 2wn ?li -we so* llaite- Mill boamW to t_- I_st uecre*, By nwn?reJ- a_ -_-_>_. ?t-_n_ tre- men ttlUcnll, - Ottrs>?_lp?tll!="?l"^?' , l^cil"< , ? i_<_o_e_ndaU We-rullf rouiul tlv brntsil andtonllTb-tttfc Jixrl bat-lc tbe awtscr* of tbclr boj/d for__(-_. I ,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Ho_._o- P _._'_ Pn._s jlxo OnvTitX-rr.—Tbew* effectual Car? for Gout and .Rh__i_ati_l_.—A _.*? car-wot theae complaint* ia the inflammatory ___; the blood, which usually attends b__cUswtloi._>roo?s la_-t_dc with [prat debility, aud luflcntes the 3 ** a proper circulation of tbat fluid, -which w_ &** purity superinduced greatly urst* __? these Usaaea. Hottowxy. I_„ arc ot so pnrifj?_ir a nature. thaUJJ doses taken in time are an.clXeetti— pr__ltiwaffMJ; goat and Tbe-mattsm, but "Whoever _i?y bate, an sasa ot cither should -mc HoHoway-a Ointment. ato£ <?- aftarehiniy properties of which, combined *"*%"?;' effect*oi tbe Pills,ensure t certain cure. 1?K -lent?ho_ld,at le_t twioe a 3?y,b_ t_?__ag_ly_"a ln„ tbe parta sUected, after they ha.fr. been an—*? fomented witb.warm water t? open. tbe'??*VJr' thereby facilitatethe introduction ot 0. a_rt=aW?-. the gland-.—AST-". .'?...,.;.?--."? "''NL_,, A. Goon Tnc-o I—This w?? a? adi-fa—n 7 ?B?*, -TO-ione of - tbe _e__trar p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Miscellaneous Scraps. " Fott twcfnry long says a 3fe? Jersey - paper, *f the '-wolf- stood at tfcj widow's door." ?Absurd !. The yajft' .-coulda't have .stood; if half so long. '?; Punch's receipt for the preservation - of furs is excellent:—" Poll oat all isg hairs with tweezers, sttd "roraish t&* skhx. la th& Spring, rraaove the tat. Tash-aaAeMtxlialij- slack ail the hans i, their old plaees-** tt Kissuigr, JOQT. sweetieirt,* , jays 4 - trifling yoobg; inapv ' Jt is Eke cs^?. 1 Eoop -?ritk a fork ; it takes a," lon^^J > to get enough." -"'?,' . An, Plmoi* woman Trlio-wanted to go to a masquerade parly as T&jary QaeeiL of Scots, kK&ed iUroogh the Bible b> ascertain how the character was dressed. - Exscinding Pans, ITrance , posseaws 15,G2S puttie libraries, fanushmg students with 1,474,687 works. A Email boy arose "at a Sumiay-scliool concert and began quite glibly— certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell—and felt"'—there liis...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

JSEVSPARER CORRESPONDENTS. (Tit the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Your very obedient Servant, JOHN- B. Runin. t SlK,—In asking you to insert the nccompany 'iug.luJesv-Xbeg to say. that I: should prefer to pay for the'insertion", rather than be accorded it as a tiror, provided the charge did not ex- ceed the monetary- limibof half-a-crown. 1C gentlemen who wish to sec themselves h> print, could lie accommodated witliacheap looking-glass, i think many who novr ask the favor of a, corner iv " your - very -valuable paper" (tha htcrcotypud slang. I TieliereJ. would bs only too happy to pay tho ? printer for his trouble aid outlay ; for Ltafce it that he (the primer), doesn't get paper, ink, and type, without a consideration; J, indubitably, am ooe of those who would pay for the look ing-glas*. and sqnibs of an ephemeral char acter, ? such- as those tbatcrewhile adorned the columns of, the,- Argiu, should, in all conscience, be taxtfd. by being passed through the crncible of the chea...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REV. W. G. R. STEPHINSON'S LETTER. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

THE HEV. TV. G. U. STEl v HISSON"s> lbttek. <Jw the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am, Sir, Tour? trulv. JAMES THORPE. ' SlKyr-ji ant sure the slMpy-committee of ; fhe;; Defence Association appointed at the large meeting in. thc.liall.bf the Mechanics" .Insti tute a-: while since,': ought to t.bank'iJfr. Stcphiiison for s? ably relieving them otthe \ responsibility of proving, that when ruTiJic Schools and Denominational Schools. com- ', pete on anything Hfeo nearly equal term* i the latter get the bast of. it. Mr. Stcphinson has triumphantly proved this fact," asiegard* , East Sfaitland. Singleton, and another town I not thirty miles away from it, and we ' Singletoninns can vouch fur the troth lie lias ' established, for it ha* occurred in our own. j district and under our xery noses. The school-which cost must was least successful, in each case. The argument about the j school fee* is all bosh I how can the school mates know who are f re'= 1 They are not so ?tupid...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE REV. JAMES S. WHITE, M.A. L.L.D. (Per favor of the "Singleton Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

TO THE REV. JAMES S. WHITE, JtA., TJL.D. {Per facer <if the " Singleton- Argus.") Src, —t gather from yours of last Saturday that you have come to the "conclusian'' that I desired ? Controversy, with you. On what ground came to such a conclusion,-I*m at * loss to undewtand. - This -mistafce I -wilt label ITa. 1, for z>o one, I am sure, error. informed, job. .that suck was lnj- deshe, and. m. letter replying to what auwther Minister, tfus Bey. Mr. Kirby, yoar "erroneous" lecture, does not imply "a 2?ews??per Controversy." And -why Bhould you suppose that'JTwiehed for this, anymore than others 'who have, engaged in the same " Controversy,*' as " Fair Play," " Mr. Jay," or "Mr. Biucnctt." Your lecture, gootT in A literary point of ?view,_w?s, in the estimation, of: most thinking people, quite* tins reverse in. the'.principfcs it -advocated ; lifccty to lead to erroneous views. on 'a great'-and important question, and, i£ adopted, to keep edncatiftu -where it now is, and n...

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 — 2 December 1874

Notice to -Advertisers-' ? A UTEItTT-EBS ill* p?rUcul?_r irqn_*l t? __ f\ (re tbclr .a.ora i-"t.li_- thus. Ore jMn. ou -*-*' To_-?? tt__ ___Il\j?- nUKXwne ?n. cannot rusrsrUn- _?!?? tru-iUon la its. _nltl>irt .: tour. "Sutai—TOK Annus." rose*. October _i>. . KT4. , Notice to Correspondents. CORl__t>_-'__S will I'lcaf. oli-rra OiatlettcCT .c-eiTMI rJirr Jour o'clock In ,_?i>---__oo__ ininK illstelr prtov to tho nays ot pitMioatton, can not. tK-tn_n_J>i thefpUoitlrflEirmc ? siNai-V-O-* Anats. omc., October i?. 1*74.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Local and t General News. ?; ? TliK WK-VTKBK.—The'tetaiieratitro of the past few days has been very. even. ami. lor this time of've'ar decidedly mild and pleasant, i'ine hrifrht <lay?, kept cool by refreshing: Wear* not so ttmng as to be unpleasant, have been the rule since SaCurday. More delightful weather for harvesting could not lie wished for. Yesterday afternoon a Blight suutli-rscterly gale lowered the temperature' coniiderabtyj and brought np hoavy clouds' tlmi tlireatcned rain- in no smnll qnantitj. Stock Movements, —r Tlie stock', more mcuts at Jerry's I'laini lor the week ending the 30th XoTcialjcr, Lave been Jβ follows :— 21th >'urrnilcr, 2000 fat sheep to Sydney. i3tu Jfovembcr, 2TIW fat fcfcecp to Sydney ; in rlianpi of Mr. Win. Taylor. 26th Novem ber, l"Jl fat cattle from ljrecza to Sydney ; owners, Mcsur. C!itt; in charge of Mr. Janic* Entlicr. IGO fnt cattle fmm Ihniea lier t.? Maitlaud: owner, Mr. H. ' IConrkc, jiin.: hi charge of Mr. James Kanclaud. a...

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 — 2 December 1874

WANTED a PATE OF .?AWYERS— ? J-og? and Tools found. D. HOOKER, corner of George nnd York-streets. Wanted AN ACTIVE MAN to make himself generally useful. ~ 1 JOHN JOHNSTON. Clydesdale, Dec Ist. - r . The Mayors Picnic. PKELrinNAB'X: ADTERTIHS3USXT. THK PICNIC tob- given by the Wavor of Singleton, ALEXANDER BOW MAN, E*<{-, to the- children attending the. various schools in Singleton. by their Parents- or OuoriliaB>- 'will toLo .place at CAMBKRWEI.', otl tteoSEn DAT, Oth- J>eccj??Xr, ItfH.' Fustliar particulars in SsturdsyHi-issno, - " , C. .T'OP-PEXftaGKN, , [ . " it'ffl. Scoeluryi'"-; ! ' Singlstoa- .Volaaisar Hi23s , COMMANDING oeei'Jz?'S YABAJmL - Satubda't After.iooa, Zzh- iust'"_ $.i ['£30 pin. sham. '?.'"."' L' GEO. X. LODEB, I QarrfaJn Oamsuai£lss., % -Co __b_'or SelL '"'a '-'PAfOt '"?_^a-r*.;_.c_i?-_ x&? . _£__. „_4-te Crank, aeax d-igSetoo-.- "__ aub ..tanttat' OC-TAGT- of 4 ttOOHS ?_ 8 ' ACMtW of' e_tt_*s_ —. Poi*es__. ?_ ist liarch, 1575- ,?"-'? App...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Correspondence.^; :? Contributions must he accompanied with, the real name and address of the Correspon dent, not necessarily for publication, but as aa earnest of good faith to the Editor. It ix distinctly to be home in mind that ire il? unt by Intertititf letter* rimreg any ajiinfox farornble to their content*. "We open our column* to nil leMnrnt leaning to-any, and titux xuj'Jfli) a channel, for the publication of opinuitix of all *hatU*. We * ttrrrc to i>nr relret the right to eliminate g.'.'. :-hjeertiimablc matter from letter*. Corre-tp- rttlcHt* are 'particularly rcrjtiettett to itrlte only en one tide of the paper.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MAITLAND MARKETS &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

. JfAITLANX> : ilAREETS,)&ci v Bcsftrc**, 'both' , wtwMate irat roUi!, In torra ?nd connl<f? hw tiern vcrr jtcllv?*larinK i fort-iuiatelj* Pβ dtOtatltY fcsw hem experienced in oh- i tuning R itulUdent puoxter O( carrier* for the porpnM* rwimrtd. The up country nwU */r new 1 Iα excellent condition nod atwrnrnj /with lirxurtan?.- era**;' , Tamil m>4 garilena have brea 'wad* rMrc*h?l liy the ithoircn o< tfw-LMt f?rw <la?Jv*ttfl fariiwrw nn> baejufctnTrific and the itnr*?c nj" l "** wblch ]ooL? ex tnrm*ly pre**nt. 1+ nail fhnl tlwrrwt wh'xh wm Lhotiff'at to U*vtt rxliiUtnt itnMf'iu tie ytmng; cncip wwri* n?ro Ima ilLtappeanal, ?n>i etroofr iiR9 *n£*rt?rDKl tint the , yirW ot irJicet thi* yrar -nrUt l*c znnett Utrrer th*aj wjm tacpectel A?fa<fTt tlm? **rt. . JCew i'o?t*U?C4 ftw coming To martefr iti. conUdtfabM^i^&ntUt!!^—fvr .invent n*? ** th?T *?? too yontyc to keep. rwvn Bet AdeUld? ttoor, £14 Iα £I? lAc per ton ;...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crown Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Crown -Land Sale. The following sale, of Crown lEauds toot place at the Police Office, Singleton, on . Satuiday last There were- 23 suburban lots Offered, all situated near the town of Broke, county of _ortlmn__riand, parish unnamed, comprising Lots A to W, Sections, 37 to _T. Lot? A. 13 acres 3 roods TtS perches, at £Z ; 'B. 12 ncres 3 mods 19 perches, at £2 : C, 12 'acres 1 rood at £2; I>, _? acres 1 rood _!_ perchei, at £2 10s.: E, 10 acres 3 roods ID perches, (all the rest at £2 jier acre) ; G, 10 acres 3 roods 20 perches; aud 11, 10 acres _,"> perches were purchased by !Xtr.. George Watts. Lots X, L, and M, each 10 acres 3 perches, were purchased at the upsat price, £2. by Mr. Win. Watts. Lot' _ 13 acres 3 roods 8 pcrchc., was pur chased by Mr. James Pittman at.On? upset price of JE'2 per acre There were 43 town lots at Broke adver tised for sale, but no purchase, were made.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal.) CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

The Two Friends. Jti XSkle or Xdurie fc* Aiutralia. (Written expressly far this Journal.} CHAPTER Tl- £bt aJ, o. st.J 1 shall pause in my narrative to give a slight account'of the passengers of tlie J.B. I do not attempt to -describe alt. Merely . those who came within our ihero's-circte of acquaintance); on board. ?- We shall begin with the" Fitznrarpby ?brothers, their wires, eons, and daqgb ters. ? - They were . Irish." Agreeable people enough, α-j Frank' Temple used to say, mid amazingly condescending for peojtfe like, them, for of course tbpy be longed to Hie upper crust, and were hand and glove with, ad the aristocracy of Ireland. They occasionally favoured tlifiir shipmates" with glowing descrip tioiis of their style of living si homo, not forgcttiug to mention, incidentally ot course, the number of servants thrown oivt of,employment through the breaking up of their respective establish-* mcnt?. . ' ? There were-Mr. a?d Mrs. Nobler, and four Miss Koblers, their .ages) varying...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. THE RIVER [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

' Select Poetry. THE iavxK. Suprdnpydaip—drip, drip, arip- -from-the itxp jita* fiaiftltpprlnga, ;JLs*twwintj xunsm. tiny thseari. wblle tUT*Tjr ?pc*y&amp; - .Jliapu Tbcxi Jwrnxlinic oUrr Cb? rock; ]n)g* tklttt gatiKBWI . £otbnk£fa£m.i?ieii>&amp;lt;MCtiJ]S(;aiiand,BEtittetlni;dnr ▲ ??lrat bMin, ?R> Ixjoar,. im.iJ.Tm It* £*£lic?d txniatex7 : stmau iwsnnrfe-ifi. uaar Mut maittT * 3~l??liti?imlbg.)TerJowattponr?ia&amp;lt;)oira??BtuiiiiUlr- Awl a-latf nmt Bttnr?fli>?ret u]?att?bo?on ride. -? Andtotbe lOTtly -raJjerjlTM, n? wife thctranltcr ?tnr aicndiieikpidtjr. not-dtqUt Rnthcn e> it OUwr, iterant; Xbcn wxntk uXatUttbeTlmr rmce'es toltenriefety '. Aad-&amp;lt;>tin>>AWLltSMK?Uie>M.?fU>-I&amp;lt;m&amp;lt;ludnMlil?e: TOo w?olrt h>l9 tho?i&amp;lt;> tbat Totmae gptfiA I>?4 babbtatfrom the proundr k Ib.]r.?B?eoel&amp;lt;?tl?&amp;lt;k>tr?(lU!KT*ii > '>nUl>KSl?cso taxg^, - Tbt ,rjufuclim nptem.fcobpeiano??athe<...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Legge's Inaugural Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Mr. /Legge's Inaugural Address. Ux?er this head the Southern'?[- Cross, a Melbourne religious journal, publishes the following article, on a subject which, cannot be; said to take a very prominent place in the columns of the Colonial Press. It speaks for itself. " Readers of the Brcittman ballads will remember the damaging effect which the mention of an " Unfonudedrnmonr" tliat he believed in God had upon a Mr. Smith's political prospects. A similar cause would seem to have been in opera- I tion, in regard to the fine address de- I livered by the-- Itcv. J. the I chairman of the Victorian Congrega- ' tionnl Union ; for save the well founded rumour that he believes in' God, we can conceive of no other .reason'for the silcucp of tho Press iv regard to it. Out of manifest fullness of knowledge, in. calm and well considered speech, he set before his audience a brief but sur prisingly lucid sketch and discussion of ' the " Attitude of Modem Science to the Theology of the Bible," and yet ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Local Murder. THE CORONER'S INQUEST. (From Saturday's Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

The Tocal Murder. THE CORONER'S. INQUEST. (From Saturday's JUcrctcry.} Thk-inqneat oh. qte.body of the-.ttian found in "Webber's on ' Sat unday last, was resumed at tlio conrt-house, Patersoii:.ou Thursday moraine, before Mr. T. W. Pcarse," coroner, and a jury of twelve. James Colbert, Tlioiiias Culbcrt, and' Nicholas tfulberf, £ father and two sons) who had been arrested on suspicion, of having been concerned in the mnrder, were present in cpetoily during the iitq.uiry, and were invit-.'d by the coroner to" ask the witnesses qncstions. The first -witness called was Senior sergeant Kerrigan f who deposed : -On yesterday (Wednesday) morning, nbont fonr o'clock, I" arrested tlie two prW soners Thomas and .Ificlihlns. Callrcrt, iv company -with sciiior-cousthble AVctis anil Constable' CongliTan. .at Mr, Jk>m bach's place; ' Eaglcton r - about three miles fr"om" the: Williams Kiver. ? I told, the prisoner Niclioloa " I ameSt you on suspicion of mnrdering a man, uunt nnknovni, abont s...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Police Court. TUESDAY DECEMBER 1st, 1874. Before Mr. Oliver Saunders, J.P. and SURETIES OF THE PEACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 December 1874

Singleton Police Court. TrjESDAY, DECEjttBBtt 1ST, 18X4- -Ol&amp;vimz &amp;rV?nd~ RtTRETtES Ctr THE EEACJC. .to answer a charge preferred agamst "iam By Denst BPXajnats, of striking: nua..and using threatening language towards him. on ae; count of which he wished toha.Te.Hm toouiia acer to ieep the peace- - - ? , Complainant deposed th*t on- the 2SOt ultimo, defendant struck him with his fist and alterwarda threatened to make ? corpse eyF ti?ww- " " " "" ""' - Iα cross-examinatioa complainant denied harine assaulted defendant ra the b?tiard xootaoftheEojal Hotel with the bott end o? a Inlliartl cue. The defendant was boand over to keep tue peace for six mouths—himseH in XlO. tuid two sorcties of £10 each. SURETIES OF THE PEACE. Bridget Pritchard was summoned to show cause why she should not be bound over to keep the peace towards Mary Ann Taggart. Mr. A. J. Gould appeared for the com plainant. Mary Ann Taggart deposod that on the 25th November last the defendant thteatened t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE. London, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 December 1874

FRANCE. London, December L. The Jfatioual Assembly has "teen again eonreued. ' At present the proeeeaingsThave been of a merely formal nature. All parties sac aste&amp;L as to expediency of deferring the -fre—?ion of the constitutional ti_t January,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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ECCLESIASTICAL. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 December 1874

ECCLESIASTICAL. December 1, A pastoral from Archbishop Manning was read yesterday "at high'iMasB in the Roman Catholic ehurches. It declares that all "who do not in their hearts be- lieve the doctrines of " Immaculate Conception" and " Infallibility," cease to be Catholics. Prince Bismarck is socking to enter into an arrangement with the Vatican relative to the appointment, of priests.

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