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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1880. Local News, ect. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1880. Local News, ect. AN interesting ceremony took place at luncheon hour during the cricket match on Saturday last. It consisted of the presenta-<*> tion of two trophies in connection with the A'dvenw O'.Oi. Mr, D. Hookor in pietwntin? the gold'iaWal to Mr. W.'.Filzgcrnld' for the Wgbrtt'tfatUrig β-forogelanteeatomexpreeiied the plenearq.hofelt jn doing co; the, clab; boped to.havqiond in ,tnci coiild not woll dlipeiw'with'hie B?vic?'s (luring the coraiiiK se??oD:""'Mr. 'Flizgcri>Ulbriefly replied in ,a thenkfal ratiflnor. The second- prceeritatiou wwihat o£ o batttfMr. for tbo hlglltet.,, batting.i average .in ; the- eccouil eloTfln". '"., Mr. D. Hooker in . hnudlng tho bat W' ! h'lmv hbped/that , he would ueo It with Bo'eh effect ne to enable ( him not ouly to tc tnld'hie 'position in the second but to get welLnp Iα tho first eleven. Mr. .J.. ...'H00k0r, hiving"euitnbly.' rcplicil, tiio proceedipgs terminated; ehen rci...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Election Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Election Items. THE Daily Telegraph, very properly condemns Mr. J. M'Elhone's threat to the Upper Hunter electors, respecting his protege, Mr. J. M'Laughlin. Sir Patrick Jonnings will make nfio of his tour with the Duko of Chester, to do a little election bunines?. at l)ubbo. ' . .'??''''." . It is rumoured that Mr. Thoa. Cook, of Turanvillo, is to bo reqai?itioiled tho Upper Hunter. '' "' .'' ';, ' Mr. John Nowlan, of Eelah, will agnin Book Parliamentary hohoure—and troubles. Ho is to stand ior Tho Hunter. . ; Xlio Ornngo noiuiiicp for the Upper* Hunter is Mr. \V. ,: Clendirining, of MuswoUbrook. Tho Orangemen say they ciiiiupt have two Catliolio mombersi ' Mr. J. B. Oilifl'o goes all tho way from Sydney to Ikmrko in search of the miigic initials, M.L.A. ' The cx-Mnyor of Sydrioy, Mr. C.J. Hobertjs, is so snrq of bi-ing elected for East Sydney, that he line notified hie iutention not to ro-Reek Aldcriuanic hoiiniirs. " Many it pli[?, etc." ; ?? ?, ? Yet another candidate lor Mudgeo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Cricket. CHALLENGE CUP ELEVEN v. A. C. C. FIFTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Cricket. CHALLENGE CUP ELEVEN v. A. C. C. FIFTEEN. IT was wise of the S.C.C. committee to arrange for a test match preparatory to entering upon the second season's con-<*> test for the Waddy Challenge Cup. The eleven true a vory fit team, and included lour, of the beat A.C.O. players whorqre ol?o tnembera of the 8.0.0. Ine'dMlfe fo'retaln tho cup in Singleton ii , Very strong, and ovory effort will be made/to' do W. Tho fifteen selected to teei'the! jiowere of ttit) cup olbvon Was ttle'tf a : yery. good team, and as it prdVed, too strong for tho eleven on Bntrir^oy'laet. ? Tuo smaller team was the r llrat' : to tako '? tho wickets, boing lepresentcd by G. Parr and J. ATcAlpin, ?wHo' ! wer'd opposed by the bowling of P. J.'HoWeand-F. Steith. Each batsman eodteO ulottiy, nnd played tho early overs oarefnlly until in his fourth oVor Howo cle'abed'fcoffidd Parr. 1 for 10. Loder tolldwej; only , to bo , bowled by Smith in the'wrxt oter. "2 lor it. McAlpln nnd Harrieircrenow...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COMMERCIAL. London, October 20. 8 per cent. Console, 987/8, Bank rate of discount, 21/2 per cent. Market rate, 2 per cent. Tin: Straits and Australian, £88 10s. Copper! Barra Burra. £69 10b ;' Wallaroo, £71 15e. Wheat: Adelaide, 40e to 50e. Flour: Adelaide, 84s 6d. Tallow: Buef, 88s 6d per nrt.,| mutton, 85s. Pig iron, 52s 6d. Galvanised iron, 17a. Copra, 18e. , '"' Hennosey's brandy, lOefld. Ifartoll'* brandy, 10e 6d, Now Zealand wheat, ex ebb, 4Se, 5 per cent, New South Wales loan ' (1888-1902), 111. 6 por cont. New South Wales loin (1874-1808), 100. 4 per cent. New South Wales loan (,1003-1905), 100. 6 per cont. NowZoalan-i 10-40 lorip loan, 99. 5 per cont, Now Zealand loan (1880), 1014. ' 4 J per cent. New Zealand loan, 08}.' 4 per cent. Victorian loan (1899 -1901), 100$. 5 per cent. Viotorian loan (1894),, 6 per cent. Tnemanisn loan (1808 -1901), Hβ. 4 per cont. Queensland (1918-1916), 945. 4 per cent. Sooth Australian (1894 -1016), 975. 4$ per cent, Victori...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. It would be almost impossible to report a worse week's business than the present one. It has been almost impos-<*> sible to effect sales at Darling Harbour. Although arrivals have been email, the wharves aro crowded with importations of farm produco of every sort, and every day brings its fresh additions of bay, straw, chaff, and potatoes. Aβ for the latter, they are now being sold nt iess than the cost of the freight andbags. % Wβ have eeldom seen arriving by eea, or woreo 'markets-— ?h>\jlnge per ton for good sound loraploe—so that tboae living on the railway lino can well understand tho diffiewh; egQQta $*pf rlenw ia Peking sales. The weather daring the last few days£hu been very ekowory, and wo also notice that it has been vory general throughout the country. -',?; , The arrivals from' the adjacent colo nies during tho week ending this date are:—3os bags wheat, 20 packages butter, 198 bales hay,. 1128 ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

Notice to Correspondents. "J.B."-poor marry ann i If the balled is your own we may find a place for it on Saturday. But some of the lines are end cripple. ??TJB.' , —Cannot oblige you thisi-iiornlng. :'; Twelve hoars too Into, ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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THE WOOL MARKET. London, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 October 1880

THE WOOL MARKET. London, October 20. The wool market is unanimated and quiet the arrivals for the next [?]

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

DEATH. READ — On Sunday 25th October, at Caris- brook House, Singleton, RICHARD STANLEY, third son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Read, aged eleven months.    

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Novelist. IN THE FOLD OF THE SERPENT. Phantasmagoria. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

*||cl|Ii||;;!p :?- ...' , -q <?! .-?;,:',; -.-/.:?< ,'.,'? ,;.;.;.!-r .? , r ,i-.T ?'.... /'"'/::/; ': ?'? ': ;: ?'jfirtsrt ef>'^}lfitrte4terSctti t :l " £pry>ojw"ij,!'' . 'f-Mwcwm. \i Xifi,"t ? 'UtFrantformatimttV :f!F9r:,£ar.tMu:,>Fastiern:Sahe,}' "iGrM" -,; ."JC*-2S/toi'.-f??vji0i<i*fe/"; -'.'[The 'Sfiinfl* r ,nMinktry,"l&0.i-fc;....,?'.:? ./V >-;,,.i - . The mean* to do 111,deeds,Qtie ill deeds,djoao'."; ?.,:. Ip-Jh* ?|IeBePJ)f the ,oioonllt*?!Bhti , ? , ,.W)?en,?>'f'*>. 1, ,'r 0| i"st ,,^tl| vaour o!or u?, ''..Dr8ini?;lllnralAe4b/prppti'eiloJlght, : :<y:;:->..! jn V!?loni?bM? obolllos before ns; : -'? , j.Drsam on, slcspsr. dream? if J " i ? ';.,.; ~-' -Boob the blMrniwill-be breaking'; '- ..'?' -.M.?.---I)rstm'6ri,eloep?r,-<ireitra—: ? ;,;> ... Bud* will be the awakidg ? " Faw shinof IFo ttfbon TSnight 1" Fair, h*a?HH;. **w -thtfeJovt-ly ~in*tti&aa*y..:a?. .-Bbs -sailed aoross tb&...

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Poetry. BRING FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

S",|^||f|/;' : :/; ;^'|' i pi ! jOTi|,; ii ;i; !r ; l/.-^J^Y'^BOMy' ';?? "' "?"?''! '',"". ?;",^(/' : /'"'' '/.'""'"?'' " ?' . J3e<-M!.?o ,her; okeefe whito ln : "rMgyfu£[MWats.tah?rol,ustering?bair: ? "IW I ?.^ [?Korft.is'fi'lVtiprTor 1 of ( ttat;k'teruking''.', i '?'^?W.t>.'.\cJf??d ;.niaj'-jpfy /e'er ' .teibws"; ' * <?'„','''',? ,?Ti? bnt.ttye.s'aatlow' of. ?a.^rujei's! VrW'i'"' "' 'T*bapMs.nPpi' Mrfaco that"'stiffrepose, ! 'iripg: .fiowtirs;l? t tftongh. '.jiahW, 'tiiy''has; '" jMstoaway,",?.,-.;','.. ....,..,.,'',';'". ;;' j ". tgaftj,, : "'t(*oil?t tbcj'r,e is.qbfflthglrbu?ti he'flprb tv tthj. Beiplnclijn'cj iiypi yo'nlhf r?rtHy'VoO; ''' ~ ?? Trsaaplianwt.io ffie.garden'o",her'Cibd. " i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

Caxitibrr to Mc Public. ' THU deplorable otfccts -which have followed tho u-o of vilo compounds, sold nmlcr the'name of "Bcbnapps," should prove ft caution to t>_ pub v to niirohnse only that bearing tho name of tJDOLPJIO ;WOLFl5,'' -to which fonr thousand phy.lcliiu havo co'rtlflcd Itsoxccllcnc- and purity over ?U other stimulant-'. ... -" UDOLPIIQ WOLFP'S SCttNATES" ha-* been n quarter of a century beforb the public, and its sole -Uudllylncreasing, while '..?*." HUNDREDS OP IMITATION hive appeared and disappeared, leaving only ruin arid disgrace to .alt contiocUd with than. ?? The public Should no longer bo dnped by Injurious, cheap, floty cqinpounds with f_i b cd certificates, manufactured la tho Colony .To prtteclconiumoreagalust Imitations. .''??.:? i TJdolpho "Wolffs ;.rn AROMATIC SCHIEDAM. SCHNAPfs" BVKN WHEN OFFEBBD TJKDEE NAMES tn thy market, TUB SOI'nKMK COURT of NBW SOUTH', iVALEB has granted nn INJUNCTION oicalnjt tbsir sale, under a penalty of £30,000, In proof of wh...

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European Cablegrams (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Oct. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

European Cablegrams ' < '?? (From the Sydney Papert.) : London, Oct. 25. . Mn, PAnNELL is still at Galway, and yesterday afternoon ho addressed < an ? other large meeting on the Land question.' He nllnd. d to the prosecu- tion about to be instituted against, bim and other prominent members of the Irish Land Lcagbe, and said ; tlidt the" prosecution, might possibly ;result' in' their conviction nod loss of seats in Parliament, in.which event ho urged upon tho audience that every effort should be mnde to roplnco them by men who would continue, to agitato for ai. rqform of the land laws. Oct. 26. iTha disaffections in Ireland con tinue to. spread,' , Seditious meetings afo of daily oci-urrpnco, and threats of ogrnriari outrages ''dtp- alB6 nnmorous. !In view to this Blnto of matters, tho Government ha? di'tcrmincd to dispatch additional reinfbrcoroenis to tho dis affected district's. It is expected that these troop? will leave for Ireland to day. ??;. j Oct. 27. I...

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The Victorian International Exhibition. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN COURTS.—PRINCIPAL FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

*The";yictbr.ian, International ?Y $\}\ Esnibition. ? (Jfrom qur Melbourne Correspondent.) ,„?f.f3 C THE AUSTRALIAN COURTS.—PRIN ?y.-JjiC ?:, j,v CIPAL, FEATURES. NEW occupies the- position -:next,toYict6ria/but hors is tho poorest show ! of all*^be'"colonics, considering hoi" wealth ' and age!;The features are essentially trophies of minerals, which seem to havo been spe cia'ly.,brought I.ore to nstoDlsh Victorians. At tbp entrance stands a pyramid .represent ing,tuo.gcild obtained, and behind it is one ~ rep're-enting.,tbo silver, not n large one. On operidoot tbo'entraner, an arch of black ?wood-iisnclosing mirrors, is a pyramid of 'copper ingots, on tho other ono of tin logots. VTbere*re"?lso.shale trophies and some show ;of iron oars, "all intended to convey an idea -of ,tho: colony's mineral wealth. In the manufacturing department tbcro is little to attract attention; what there is hardly shows the'.flnish'and stylo of Victorian work.. But .what will' ritriko tho attcritionwhe...

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Bishop Moorhouse on the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

Bishop Moorhouse on the ,?..,-.. Press. "??-,' ; -'i-i. In an exhaustive paper oh general topies, redd by the? Bishop of Melbourne on. Faesdayj at.n meeting of the odueution, Bcction of tho {Social Science Congress, he thus referred to the? Pr.es as on educator :—?'Who. can exaggerate the odtioaiional influence 'of this daily- nnd Weokly newspapers in this colony ? To a degree unknown and unsuspected at hdmo, these form tho sole litoraturo of large classes of the population. Npf are they, on.the whole, unmindful of tlie; largo scopo of, their publication. .. Where in. the . Times,, or in the larger daily London papers will you find such reports as are. doiumon hero of (-ormous or led: tares on those great and ioleiuu. ques tions which this age is investigating afresh with so much cduragi.,'truthful ness, and hope ? Editors and bthf'rs cannot too often remind th.mseiv.-B.tl.at they write, not only to amU?e and sell, but to teach, to eluvnte, to educate." In a tree country liko this t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

ah Mon Dew I—This, we presume, is the eitatic exclamation of the Swiss moun taineer ss be lay? bis hand on hia diaphragm liter tossing off a modicum of " Dew of the Ai D9 ,"asa stomachic and appetizer. This oldcordiftl of tbe Helvetian in truly delicious l. the palate as well aa refreshing to tho exhausted inner man, and wo cordially thank Messrs. M. Moss and Co., agents of th. proprietors for Australia, and through them only oan it be obtained. We advise the manufacturers to send more of it and to keep sending it The miners liko it, as do the stock fanners and cattle tenders; so do tho city folks, as in fact does everybody. Of the wnitivo properties as a restorative and antidote to malaria, there can be no doubt. md then tbo flavour—per Jovel is a draught for Juno when sbo banquets.—Advt. HOIiLOWAY'S OINTMENT AHD .PILLS.— Diseases of the most formidable and cbronio characters have been cured by Holluway's remedies. Ulcerations which havo proved theme-elves incurable by any other kn...

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TOM OCHILTREE, OF TEXAS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

TOM O0HILTREE^,pF;^XAS.;';: -JPe&eitFre* Press,' ? :!^v ' ?'??>'? : Pkbeoss tiavelllng In the South alter-the close ol iho rebellion ?conid; sse- onJha telegraph posts on every route leading i into New 0deans and in all public thorouguluoa Urge tigos—" Buy your shirts of' Moody"-** " Go to Moody's to get yonrsbirts,", etc., eta. One afternoon ? stranger onttued tha shirt store, and addressed Mr; Moody;?' '! '.: '? Ibave'oome for-my shirts." ;.'? ;??? "?'-''> -: ?'Havo you purchased Bhittfl of u? ?" >'i , "No.fllr/' >??>?- :...?? 5.! i, ?????ly;-:. -i:\ ?'Ob, yon wi?h topuiebssDr" : i-i ?? "No, sir. ToU morning I pnt on lh? bod at tbe hotel some sblrts to bowasbsdiand when I went?to-ray -room ?alter-' dinner, in place -of n)yi'Bhirtb,"l thi?sottsa on cayi-ced"" ? Go to Moody's-atid' ott shirts,")?? Bad" eo-I hfive.como fortbenT."''.': ?; >"??< h<> :?'?' ; ' ?'"-Wastis yonr name;sirt'll r- v ? ??????' . fiToin I Ocbillre?, ot> Texa...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Liquid Curse. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

The Liquid Curse. As illustrating the uiera money coat of drink, tho-poverty-created by it, tho ex tent to winch it taxes the sober olasso ', l?t thesb facts bo considered :— v Out of 800,000 rjiiupors iv England and Wales, no less than 000,000 owo thoir condition, either directly or' in directly to intemperance; and it is esti mated that thero are upwards of half a million druuknrds in Great llritian, with two millions of women and children de pending upon them for support, and ex posed to the privations and the evil treatment to which every druuksrd's family iB liable. Our oountrymon spend. £140,000,000 every'year upon intoxicating liquors; 200,000 parsons are arrested aunuully for drunkenness; aud 80,000,000 bushels of corn—a quantity which would suffice to.supply two millions of families with bread from ono year's end to unother—aro wasted, und misapplied to tbo distillation ot spirits in tho mother country, year after year. In the gaols there are 100,000 prispnors who havo been...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

The Colonial Mutual Life AsauaASO? Society; The Pobt Magazine and Issue anoe Monitor of August 21, writing of the above Society says :— "All parties connected with tho Cotonial Mutual Life Aesuranca Society must congratulate themselves ou the very marked improvement noticeable by tho figures just presented when-compared with tbo provioua year's report.' In May last year tbo accounts displayed the faot tbat tbs an nual income was £70,090 Is. lid., bnt tbo lines now show £07,661 si. id., thereby bringing forcibly to notice an absolute In crease of no leas a Bum than £27,0. 3s. 2d. That Buch a total could have accrued in bo Bhort a time '" at tho Antipodes " may well occasion surprise here,, mote.particularly when it is remembered that Mr. Murray Ros., who established the Liverpool aud London iv Melbourne, was at tirst staggered at tho apathy, as regards Life Insuieuce, manifested on tho part of a gold.hunting public. In a few. years, howovor, the Liver pool and London found, with tbo ...

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SCENE IN A NEVADA COURT. ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

SCENE IN A NEVADA COURT. ROOM. > Br Amhi Baud. *' t ,," ,, ,! "ILwBiyouengaged, ordo;yon depend i:--. On a lawyer your oese to defend,?',',,, ,,- f r.-! f Thus to the prla'nor.epolie the. judge— ,,-,i- A good man,.free from bias'or.gru.4ge. :--.-.j "Iguess," was the'pollte reply','v r-fyn'iiK. "Thet, with the court's feettni?sioni I <*-"'? '??> Will jest'eOtterdefenatnyieH— ii '>?'? '??- -'_-' I ain't dead yit, nor laid ontbe shelf."- -::: And then;that'pri?'nergtablj'd a Stool," '. / Arid, with a look determinod'and coo), " '" " H* 'settled the sbt-rifl with one on the besd— The nut thing done was to oleat'tbe' sbed/; Aud thori, J without th. Blighfest'feniorse lv !; The rascal rode ofl on'ihe judge's grey hor.s.

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

Items. Sanitaryreeordt ' .' : ' : .: ! ' ? l "-'^' ! Professor Huxley now says that there is a danger of ttio new generation of students "accepting the main doctrines of Mr. Darwin's book with ns little re- flection, and it may bo with ns little justification, as so many of our contem poraries twenty years ago rcjoctod them." A London papor describes Matthew Arnold ns "a writer who has a whip of acorn for any who will not accept his Yoguonoss as profundity, his self-admir ation as catholicity, his reactionary, ten dencies as liberty, his in_ole_i.es as sweetness, and bis agnosticism as light." Nearly £5000 have boon already subscribed to sustain a series of actions against Mr. Bradiuugh for his vote in Parliament without having taken the on 111 of allegiance Thoy are tearing down the Pyra mids. Tho Khcdivo is building v new mosque, and t.o can find nothing better to baild it from than stones out of iliu Great Pyramid, i'ivo ceutmies ago, the bum.) pyramid was plundered jn pr4?r to b...

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