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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1880. The Chosen Route! [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

wn^ : li#/-'JtnfllytoM. : . : g.V0ui*. 1 ' 30. 1880. ,W! . The Chosen Route I Thb ( d'>CToet Bilence which is being observed U>y the. Ministry on various questions that ore sure to bo more or lee's generally discussed during the en- suing election, campaign, deaervos more attention than tho publio has hitherto given, to itl Like many of the candi dittos the Cabinet seems to havo decided ohi-irplayiog.Va waiting game. The Treasurer keeps his own.counsel regard ing taxation,-and the method by which ho purposes to mako good tho deficit in tnev,rovcnuo..rTho Minister for Lands, whatever hemay think of tho new cmze respecting tho rorniesion of iniorest, takes everj.i.caie to leavo his :viows a matter foripoculatlon. The Minister for Works cannot, bo, drawn out of his perpetual reserve respecting the route of tho pro posed;; connecting railway. Tho two former aro questions of general concern, hot i the- latter -is of mon- porticulor in terest to tbo Northern districts. When W4 canno...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

HAUNTED GRANGE aW&Tm'XiV..(Continued.) Br "E. A. C." '" Are yon. strong enough to bear, alt this excitement f" ! ho. asked, J;ent|y//i*B. be caughtlsabel's gtahoe.! " Would yonprefer the oeremony taking place oleewhere t" "No," waa the reply, as aho'laid her wasted band, in hia j '? i havo so longed tor this bonr, only"—and she. motioned to him to bend neiror, so that Violot, might ript catch tho whi?perod' words— *do not delay lpnger .than ia actually ' Eustaco started..as the real meaning of thpso few last words broke upon b:im; he looked down on the beautiful, wan .-face,, that, smiled so peacefully in his, and a sorrowful expression olouded the kiatd blue,; oyos. "Isit indcod co, Isabel?*' ht> said;; *' it will be a sad- wedding for both Violet andl.'! ~ . .-.? ?? ?. . ~ *? Do not let her know: how oloaetba- hour i ia," she murmured j " and, Eoataoo, d o not I let the thought sadden your : happiness; think only of mc as at rest, withroy doar one?> in my Saviour's l...

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

Official Correspondence !?,.„.; I have the honor tube, Sir, .'-,?: '' ,/... .Yo.nr moat obedient si,'rvnnt, i ; "/'.'''.;"' ',"' "!"? Haiiuii-Wood, J''?_''''/''' '-'-J ?""' Undersecretary. Wm. C. Browne, Eaq./M.P./ ; -Moore Park Road. - -?:?:? v.: We have received from Mr. W. C. Browne,. M.L.A., the following letter for publication:?? ;.! ROAD PROTEST. ; ? , V Department of Mines, i ; "*.'.' L ?'Sydney, 18th'October, 1880. V ' ; Btr,Vf—l havo tho honor to acknowledge the receipt of the petition, of''certain .esidoirtpat Oamberwcll, -Bridgm-.n, Fulbrcok,.'' Dry ;&C. (presented by you), : proicstirg against ttfe,opening of ii road to connect the road from tbe"F,alliroo!c.'.'via.''dak Park to .?Sntfleton with tlio'road at the ca?tcro corner of'Clarkson's -grant, arid' ?uggesling the opening of a roiid on tbe nurtburu boundary line; of .the Dalwioh estate in lieu thereof, and to' inform yon that the matter shall re ceive Immediate attention. '

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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PART I.-GRIT. CHAPTER I. FORSICKING PAED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

Mix^GRiT; ' '; CHAPTER.I.. ,.;:'.,'7;7- : .-.r : .,-.->.i,l..i.-' M'.o.'fpMicn-jbjrjiBD;.'.,''//']'.,"/.; < There t? lo?§. there Is train, .there Is btinty';... -'.-??-lhtrt?rB.?|rtBe"maihbno-nr?bildirtri---'" - - ' ;; "'nn!'.*l J,0^r' g ' dul ? n 'w?l"''nt<'la-. --,..; ' ?Bat the god that! worahtp la Gold 1 ; ?:-,'U i '-,-:? . . .r-- .j-. ,-. ',-?',;?:? Glildi GoUUGoId! So rloh. yillow, ano ihlolmr:' Gold 1 Gold 1 Gold I . ' - ..v., .1; :.i .. Fo_-ni r p_.riethe'bei.t lining IV Th*city of Gritties'in'ttie riorihern part, of theoolonyof Victoria, and is known asi the qunrljl'.'metropolis! of I 'the- world; 'at! Ifa<t3ias?-far as gold."is concerned, fg r ! Virginia city in Nevada; no doubt, takes | the. palmas4;he:'' boss" eilvoroity of-tbi_- : mundane sphere. Nature' appuars to-b'ej chary of h?r. gifts, and where she accords; ..-.tio.'sh? 'rails, to. confer another.' .WW,: therefiiro, the"Wonde.ful damo'wag dealing I on t tbe.portions, aha gave to...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

Conditional Purchase TimnsDAY, Ocn;l-i:i" 28, 1SS0, William Jou.v Dickinson, .Muswcllbrook, county ut Out hum, pniish of Sswoy, "iOu acits, being tho two luea-iued portions numheruii HI and 88, i ouuded on the north by F, Whito's IDT acres Jio, 115 i _ en U? cast by f, '\YhiV9*? two jiwUvm 'V Nos. 46 and 47;0n the west by F. ; White's portions Nos. 41 and 42, ami 97 V continuing cant nnd taking ccriain Gov ,??';'?' ernment land not surveyed and nnra '?*??'. bered. William and Eliza Ruc?ell, per their attorney, James K. Davys, counlv. of Durham pari?h of Gonrangoola. 272 acres 1 rood, on Swnmp Creek, a. I joining on the north their selection of 40 aete?, made the 2ud August. 1880, The Innd now. applied for comprise:) portions 51, 183, 184, 187, ?'? ? .and 213, in the parish of Goorangoola.:,-

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GIVE THEM NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

./V-''?" '." ' ,jp,,you have gentJo words and,looks,.my J-?,, friends, ., ,,/. ,:,.., / To spare forme—If you.have' tears to shed Thull hayo auffored—liecp them not, IpravJ ' Ihear not, Sco hot,, being dead. '..-. ? U-jm havo flaw're'.to give—fair lily buds, ?.White, rosus, daitdos,(ineadow-Btanj that bo Mine own dear namesakes) —lot them siulq i, . ,and make .... , . ~,: ", ..' ' i . ,(T|iu air, whilo jyot I breatkoit, ji\tcol tor, .. '~ mo.' ~. ~;,, ???!;;?.,," '"' : :J?or-loving; looks, though fraught with :?;. ;..,:tui\dernes(i,-. . ?.: ;?? .;..V.;,. , ; '~ And kindly, tears, though,thoy fall thick :??; .;' andf&itt,; ? .... ?~;..' :And v worda of praise, nlael oan naught avail ... Toilift'thoshiidQwafromaJifp that's past. An'droroit blossoms, what can they suflica, , ? Offered to one who can no lcugen'guzo Upon 'their beauty ?? Tlow'rs jn coffins laid j Impart no ewootneaa to departed days. ? !' *&., uisTiNour-Ufco exchanged pulpit* with a brothor'ol.rgytnan. Af...

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Sketcher. PROFESSIONAL ROBBERS OF THE PESHAWUR VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

J?I,efrJj% PROFESSIONAL RORBlWoF THE I ? ,a talley. .'- j ?Chamber t Joui-nall ? ' F*ttiuwvB, which is about sixteen mllos from the Khybor Pass, has a population of fifty- entrance of tho chief gateway into Cabul V gathers, within its walls, men from almost o?e*X<H*i ri oJ_j2Jpffl.!L^^^ -Central J-JSIa. About two miles from the cityis 'th? , military oantonment-.-It in, ' pethapsy Iho-most-important,!lo''the:wjbob_ :, country, t .?? Ine general; there are Btqtiwied'rjn, VitinlriecOr: ten, regiments, end , -.threo < .qr,fopt battoriea.of-artillery. ,It is not ray intention - to:,'dl?ous?, tho Importance .ef; its positioner ' giya, a i'sketcb of ita hiatojry,.- My! ipnrpose is t^;'igire,i?'shjcirt,.,;aecpunt-of, snrne of 'the vrpfetyri *? lriWcU,',^pk..pUtw'!, I *?fJKp'n,/J!- >va? : [, ; .. .."?,',-*: v Many soldiers who have been stationed at ? the cantonment havo left Pesh'awnr without. : -ftiy*'indwledgo of tha city, itself/, -This does : mti..'dilib' froth...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Essays. PROVERBS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

§mt$&. PROVERBS. ?Globe. ' ,PBpy*-BBS,have;a nationality." ,Thoidry humour of tho Scptcb,iha airy grace, of the French, the, keen; wit of the Italian,, the sober practical sense of the Eogli-b, are all represented., :Ricbnid Hiljes gives an English,'versionof a, well-known French proverb, and what,, t gains in vigour it loses in elegance. . "it ib,easy, to walk if one leads onq'a horani by tho. bridle,"'say pur neighbours; the, English, "He can easily Swim that is led by the. chin." An Oriental pithiness distinguishes the, Italian "Trar dut'ori,traditori''('.''Tmnalatora, traitors''); and the Spanish,.. "Who kno.ws nothing donbts nothing." .. On ono su' jeor. all nationalities.ogree—not ono of them has a good word lor thb female sex. Weie all tho authors of proverbs diappointed old bachelors or. henpecked husbands P. One would almost snrmiso this from tbe un flattering opinions they reoord of women. Whether they aro condemned with " faint praise,", as in the English,',' All ...

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Traveller. A RESOUE FROM A CREVASSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 30 October 1880

,. %uklUx., I'A RESCUE FROM A CREVASSE. ?Professor TyndaU, ???; Fnoif tho Rhone glacier we proceeded down the Rhorio valley to Vfeioh, whenoo, in tho cool twilight-, all throe of us ascended to the .Thia. wo made our head-quartora for eojno days, and bcro Lubbock and I $&$&:&. to jweeiilt! hotel "keeps'guides for this excursion, buT'Kls, obargea are, so high as .to be'almost probibi-;, tery. . I, ', hbw?verj. needed 'Z no .gnidp in.j addition to my faithful Behnenj brit rimplyji ] porter, of sufficient strength amd skill to follow I led;. In theriuagpofLiiai?ennon* j we found auph a porter—a young man iuimcd j hid tho reputation of being; cburagcbu* "had/ strong.'; Ho; was/ tho. only j sou pf.hia.inpthei-, and aha was a widow. "," ! ! ~THia ybiing man incf a sobbud 'porter we; seti't on with our prbviaiohs tp '\he Grotto of j. the., ITaulbfrg, where wo' w'cfbto'apend the j bight.'?; Between tHb filial .eaVa the glacier .'presents no diflfbtilty which! tho moa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

THE "IMPROVED, .HOME SHUTTLE' is entirely superseded by the., "HOME COMPANION" LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINE. FOR HAND AND TREADLE ,UBE. This is the BEST FAMILY SEWING" ft ?" ? MACHINE in the market, and is adapted for pa ? every variety of sowing, from the finest a-nslin-. .A&BL ~. no "home Would be without' m W m^m^Hmm W?s^'': ONE. INSPECTION INVITED. ??: ; - :: : JAMES MQORE & Co., : -fHH-. M N.B.—-TliiB machine Is made by the ? original makers of the " Home : machine (Messrs. Johnson, Clark, it ' of New York), and is considered by.. _ ' ,^^msmJ**'*^' them ; Superior, and contains all tho , .'*?*?'. test improvements. ; .- V. ... ? ? N_<iT"U:RJb_'S ! _A_!P__]___lBN T, , ; MOULTON'S FRUIT PILLS] „. .., TUB ... .*" "' .. -. ? -? ? r SOLID ; EXTeM; -Of ; ..An Elegant Preparation and Porfcctly Tasteless,... ill ! PU RGB, REGULATE, PURIFY; ' CLEANSE : AND STRENGTHEN yna';u-io0: <....?:.;?;??:;.. 3 .'.'.._.?.'..;. ,'i i -,- . " . ';.??'. ??!? Mo iilip...

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Candidates For the New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Candidates For the New Parliament. THE following is a list of candidates for the new Parliament, showing the elect-<*> orate for which they are announced, and the number of members to be returned. * .Denotes members of tho prosont Assembly, ,'f Denotes candidates who havo held seats in previous Assemblies though not members at prosont. ."'Albury .<lJ.—Mr. G. Day.* Argyle (2).—Mr. John Walsh, Mr. W. Davis.* Mr. L. F. Heydon, Mr. P. G. Meydrs, Mr. W. Conolly. ' Balmain (1). —Mr. A. Elkington, Mr. J. Taylor, .Mr. J, Garrard, Mr. Charles Mossman. Balranald (2).—Mr. R. B.'.Wilkin son, Mr. C. W. Simeon,".'.Mr.,'.E. Evans, Mr. Crfthi?*o, Mr. Wnrny. Bathurst (I).—Mr. F. B. Suttor,* Mr. W.'Butlor.; '~'-. Tho Bogan (2). —Sir P. A. Jonn ip£B,t Mr. W.F - . Buchanan, Mr. G; E. CnsV ,'',?,. - ?-;./ Boorown (1). —Mr. T. M. Slatiory, Mr. W. D. Campbell. Bourko (I>—Mr. Bernard Martin, Mr. O'Sliannnssy, Mr. Russell Barton. Braidwood (1)' Mr. E. Grovillo,* Mr. A. Ryriu Cant...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) Constantinople, Oct, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) Constantinople, Oct, 28. RIZA Pasha, the commander of the Turkish troops occupying Albanian territory, understood to be using his influence with the Albanians to induce Dulcigno withont recourse ,Hip|*ftfli||; Bnt so far oro.thoy from coin *jfiy__fgwfth h.s demands that thoy' havo r :V murdered tho messenger ho sent to treat . Iho situation gono'nlly has little ohnuge during tho lost few.dny?. ;. ; ,:.'*--! t ?: -..-'? j v Latest intelligence? from tho Bcat,of ; .war states thnt hostilities have now been oomraonpod.. .agaihpt tho British bjr V anotfie> trite ?' of Bqsutos—tho Pondosi * Tho Pondos inhabit the country nt Brokormburg Mountains] . Ntoibors lot them object to supporting , their BaM-tp.,kinsmen in thoir attack*) upon tbo British. --Tho Pondos hnvtj .;i^ady r 4purdered ; two magistrates, anil "_ei.B aro ontertpitied thnt they will shed more, bjood bo(oro tho tribes nro kept iij .'cMiM ;;.i'i:J.. j"-?-. -vv .-*. ',-?:?? .i.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

S.ROOMED5 .ROOMED COTTAGE TO LET in York* Btreet. ?' Appiy D. Hooker. . /?? "*) AA A TO LEND,* on approved free obZvUU bold security. Apply, to It. H. iUTttEM's, Surveyor; Singleton. iiiilniiiiliiMi""* iiuki'" iiiin,-ii-nr-rrn-.Tir-* ? *1 ' Wanted ' SNFOIUIA'IION' as to whnthcr tho BALANCE OF THB COMBO AND DYRRISU'UOAD MONEY has go', into the sinking fund or uot. CONDUCTOR OF OXEN. WANTED TI'.N'DKES for erecting a SMALL WOODEN CHURCH at Gooranpoola, on land adjuimiif* tho Public School ; all material found. For drawing Plan**, etc., apply to REV. E. HUBAND-SMITIf, Tho Vicarage, Jerry's Plains, N.B.—Tenders will ho received lill Nov. ? 22nrt, ISSO. * Tho inhabitants uro nque-tcd to convey their promised contributions of timber to the ground at un early oale. Stray Horses rtpH?EE lir-lISKS have STIIAYEI) into i. my l-aduoc!- at Gi>W'io. The owner may have them on giving a description and i paying o,pe,,e, , ms . The Indian Doctors and their Cures. r V HIS is to certify that I havo ...

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POLITICS AS A PROFESSION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

POLITICS AS A PROFESSION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) T. C. Oct. 29, 1880. [Our correspondent will see that we have omitted from his letter the latter part, which is simply an electioneering advertisement.—ED.] SIR,—When Lord Palmerston was overhauled by his wife for neglecting to provide a billet for some squireen whom the patronage of the Countess Mayo had provided with a letter of introduc tion to the Premier, ho said, " Couldn't conscientiously do it ; ho hadn't the vestigo of a qualification for it." And this might truthfully be said of one-half of the appointments to all official billets. They constitute the helplessness, the onnoyance, and unprofitableness of tho system, so aptly nicknamed by Dickens, "circumlocution." Whatever mon might be disposed to do with, appointments in which they have no pecuniary concern, wo invariably find thorn astute in the selection of individuals intended for the performance of duties in 1 "their own establishments. No man hires, at ...

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Australian Oranges in England [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Australian Oranges in England -Exclumge, A Successful shipment of oranges has lately been carried out from this colony to the United Kingdom, by Mr/C. Boresford Cairnes, of Parrnmatto. Similinr experiments have been tried with the enmo shipment of fruit from Adelnido.: but, as a rule, the results wero not of. that satisfactory nature which would justify tho Bhjpraont of largo quantities of fruit, so bb to rnako tho undertaking a commercial buccoss. Tho experiment made by Mr. Cairnes, howevbr, would seem to indicate that an extensive nnd lucrative industry niay bo opened up by the shipment of ornngos to England. On tho 22nd of June last, that gentlemen forwarded n. cask of lemons and oranges to Dublin by the Orient steamer Cotopnxi. Tho' cask contained ono gross of Valentia oranges, one gross of Lisbon lomons, and a low citrons,- the fruit being supplied by Mr. E. H. Acres, of Parramntta, who warmly seconded Mr. Cairnos in his project. Tho fruit was packed in dry whoat chaff, each fr...

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EXPORT OF FRESH MEAT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

EXPORT OF FRESH MEAT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I have the honor, &c., PASTORALIST Singleton, Nov. 1,1880. SIR,—We have had the above subject well ventilated by the Press on nil sides, and I must give all parties concerned great credit for their patriotic efforts in codeovonring to improve the export meat trade of tho colony; yet I am gorry to say. this business has not been go energetically taken up by the public, as was naturally expected in certain qnorters. There ib an old adage which gays " once bit, twice shy," or some thing to that effect. Although this colony may not be quite so speculative 8.8 other neighbouring colonies,, yet this feeling of distrust must not he attri buted to want of means or inclination, bat Bolely to the fact that the majority of tbe plant* hitherto introduced havo not met the views of pnstorali?ts or the publio nt large. I could write yon several columns on this subject, but it would probably-only be a repetition of ??bat has been...

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A Child with Two Heads. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

A Child with Two Heads. In a fow days, this wonderful freak of naturo will bo brought hither. It is certainly a most romarkablo pbohomonpn. The child, a girl now about three months old, is formod wholly as usual, save that in place of ono hoau straight up, two heads close to each otlier stick out from the neck to tho right und left. They aro exactly liko all other heads with the slight difference, that tho cheek of one is srmewhat thinnor. In other rospeots they stand wholly apart from each other, and move themselves. Ou the brea?t thore is prcccptible a slight separation, indicating as it were tho intention ol tho body to divido itself in two higher up, When tho mother who suckles tho child lays ono head on tho breast, tho otlier givos longing signs of also wishing to suck. When one head weeps, there is heard from tho other nn indefinite similar sound liko a smothered echo. In suck ing another thiug is precoptiblo, nnmoly, that when tho food goes in at ono of tbe mouths, a sort of ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Correspondence. All letters must be signed by the authors, We object to libels, personalities, abase, and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to these who cannot afford to waste one side of mheet. Our columns are open to all, but tti are not responsible for our correspondents' epiniont.

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Commercial Intelligence* SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. Note.—Tho above aro wholesale prices, or whnt dealers would rlvo producors. Blngloton, Novombor 2nd, 1880, £ B. d. ; £ B. d. Maizo;(now)perbus,' 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Cnpo Barley „ 0 2 2 ? 0 2 4 English Bnrloy „ 0-8 0 „ 0 4> 0 Oats ... ,i 0 2 6 „ .0 8 0 Bran , 0 1 0 i„0;;l; 2 Pollard „ ,0 10 ?„ : 0; 1; 2 Adelaide Wboat „ *?' 0" 4*^9! 07*6'! 0 Colonial Wheat: -;.: ?:? 0'fc?.',K0.::?'} 0 Flour, super., porton ,12 a01'0Vf',y;18 if.0' 0 Flour, seconds „ : 11 ?'?y.Q'^0:-,i-i',-A2's,,;0> .0 Lucerne Hay..., ) .,;:V'-2 i l Oaten Hay .;. * ., - ,! V 2 life &??,:);*$. % .0- 0 Potatoes... '?'''...'?':,f^" r S:10^0'i^- : Tallow ... -..v:!,,ri.l<lS0.'#0::;lv'**l6i':u! 0 Butter ... perlb.v;0^0 i v6,:Vi' i : :0,i0i 8 Cheeno '\,:^0^9M'' :l: i,'i0'.'J0} 4 Bacon ... ... W ; ' :: 0'-;ft',4 Vv„ l :o:.0'4J Lard " .'.'.'" .;.' :^,; v¥ ! "0!';v : 0 4J Honey ... :.;;.:' '0 8J Beeswax... ... ?'-„ U '- O-.O: 6 Col, Tobaoco,fiB,,v!!,-:OV:.i/...

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Melbourne Races. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SATURDAY, OCT, 30. MELBOURNE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Melbourne Kaces- [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. ] SATURDAY, OCT, 30. MELBOURNE STAKES. ; * White's b h Chester, 6yrs ... 1 '? "Wilson's b c Respite, 8 yrs ... 2 - Long'B b h Monbrque, 5 yrs ... 3 Time, 2 niin. 12£ sees. HoTHAif Handicap, . Morrison's bh Wellington ... 1 Whittingham's b m Prattle ... -' White's b h The Pontiff ... S Time, 2 mm. 53£ sees. Maribyrnono Plate. , .Wagner's bo Wolcomo Jack... "?? Hart's b f Lavinia ?... ... } ; Obirnside's g f Spinningdalo... li -Time, 1 minute 5£ sees. I - The Derby. Long's b c Grand Flaneur, by Ynttendon, Bst 101b ... 1 1 Wilson's Progress, by Angler, Bstlolb 2 Bawlin?on's bo Mulatto, by Hamlet ... ... ... 3 Time, 2 mm. 44 sees, ll staited. Ebsendon Staiceb. Wostern Princess ... ... 1 Time, 4 mm. sees. Maiden Stbeflitouasb. Gippslander ... 1 Verdi I.' ... 2 Helmet ... *.. ... 8 Time, 5 mm. 51 sees. TUESDAY, NOV.'Si _ J> Sydney, 8.80 p.u>i ,- Maiden Plate. ' ..." 1 'Exeter. 1 .. ; ]... ' ... ... * Heron... '.' 3 '\, (| l Sxakeb. Mona...

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