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Murrurundi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Murrurundi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 7 THE Horticultural Society held its first show here a few days since. when everything passed [?] in the most satisfactory manner. There was a large number of exhibits. The ?weather .watt line, wkl tits attendance admirable.. A much larger *how is expected toic Im&I by" tl? Society- in February. , - Wovl is daily coining into town from Xrcerpool Plains in large &lt;i>iau.tities, 'creating quite a fctfrhiuurniidst. The clip as stated to lie Terr fine this seJi?i>iu Bnsli "fires in the neighbourhood of the town, on the mountains, preheat the Kupcar&uce of an illumination: at night-tame. Tltey are attributed to the extreme heat of the weather. While on the subject of fires, I may mention that Mr. Cook, of Scouc; and Mr. Domaresq, had a large quantity of fencing and grass d? * _, ed by sparks from, a passing train igniting the grass. The- xportmg men of oar community are getting up some races, to take place bet...
Supreme Court. Wednesday, December 2. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Supreme Court. Wednesday, December 2. SITTINGS IN BANCO. BEFOR Sir James Martin (Chief Jus-&lt;*> tice). Mr. Justice Hargraves, and Mr. Justice Faucett. MOTIONS NIST FOR NEW TRIALS. IKOWItE V. ]UJ____. 1 _ Mr. Butler, Q.C-, for the deC___t.t, \ moved for a rule niai for new trial ot- ?_ I "act/km- at theJast i&_ -[ land Circuit before Mr. Justice Friacett I imdnjury of *?. a, verdict wis I found for tfc"p_-mt_i£,, damages -525.' [ The action waa one of fear, two relating I to property m H%h_*reet,;We_tM_it -lancL, and two to land on the racecourse. There, had been i-ferrous trials'of all these, 'and tiew trials: 'granted ? the present case beting one of snc__i_ew tria_> and relating to the 'fiighnstreet property. The defendant claimed, as mortgagee, and the only question on the i trial was whether ox not the- plaintiff I ltad attorned to him. The points upon [ which* the rule was now onoved were - (amongst _—Firstly, tliat his [ Honor had, "notwithstanding the ...
SINGLEMEN-BROKE CRICKET CLUB. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
SINGLEMEN-BROKE CRICKET CLUB. FIRST INNINGS. J. Sroden, b. X 3lcAlpin —....I". .'. 1 -Dillon,!). J. JlcAlniu C *? I'ed, b. C.Home '. C j; J. Boric, thrown'out W7 Hayes 0 f. Eatrarfs. b. J. HcAlnin 0 ...> 3 J\W?*ts, b.XMcAljpln 3 *-naftg.ntnont?....._ . 2 : Martin, b.C.Home... „ 7 ~ Uawo, not out ; ;. -.; 0 (.Bnrkc, b. J. McAlpin 0 Widcs, byes, ice. 9 - ? ~,""" 36 HECoxn ? nwiifne.; w ? 5^ ea ' b - T - Rorriiigton, cX 3fcAJt>ia 5 ? Dillon, b, J. McAlpin. &lt;-. F; Dprnngfou 0 r IlMl, U H. Carter „ _.-- I>~ ~ J.Bcmrkc, and c X JlcAlpm ~ 19 V. Edwurd,, hit wicbstC.;..... ' 5 : &lt;£*, i>. t. ; 2 "-Jattn, b..T. McAlpin 2 : tt : stnmpcd .; 0' ? Bnrkc. not out _ 0 Wiilet, byes, See T , Total X Fip>t liiniugs 3G~ _ Grana totat. 92 ?r&lt;*eiia?nowtwo boteJs, the new host and ?r7?tor, Mr. W. H-rn?, of the Fonlwich. ht, bouse vrarmiaij &lt;ai-Frid?y ??i "lice rnppcr and ball, c?aplea fritli tee cr_eJ-_i match,"brought so many visitors, to our toi...
The Premier's Address. TO THE ELECTOR'S OF EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
The Premier's Address. TO THE ELECTOR'S OF EAST SYDNEY. Henry Parkes. Sydney, December 1, 1874. Gentlemen,-A vote of the Legisla-&lt;*> tive Assembly, which its authors will not find it an easy task to justify by fact or reason, has resulted in the ta£ott of Parliament. Iβ. this event I cMifukntir appeal to you for ro-dectioa as on? of ybnr anil for a renewal of a?on??Tthe adrisers of it* Crow?-- X&s cireoiostajiees which more ,im- JB?Satety have ted to thepreseat'appeai io the constituencies, xritt call for some observations fitna ,'rae -wliien. I hare the honor of ffls*sting^y&lt;ta l: f?ce to foce. , I tare .no - ,fe?r. tWt those .curctnoctsuccs Tirilt l>e f mistt?de*eteo&lt;i.lwr;the country, or that you will 'see Jα them', any of'the imaginary daggers to the rights of Par liament with.' which designing; srocl wn scropalous. persons lutvc sought, and mil still seek,* to. Invest- them. - The minute- of the- Governor,' on the ' case of tlie pr...
MARRIED MEN-BROKE CRICKET CLUB. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
MARRIED MEN-BROKE CRICKET CLUB. FIRST INNINGS. John Hnj6, b. J7lTnrtui~...... 4 F. Uorriiiglou, b. E. J. Burke J.l.:.'.'.'' 0 T. I.Wr, b. E. J. Burfeu- %V. V 11. Carter, b. J. Martin ..„. 1 T. KiTiranli. X. E. T. Brake '. II J. Blaxlaml, l>. mid c J- Martin 0 J. McAlpin, b. E.J. Barkc i 16 S. Snape, not out „ _.. 0 V. HajN. b. E. J. Burke, c Suedcu 4 \V. Woods l>. E. J. Burke 2 C. Home, b. K. J. Bnrke 3 Widen, byes, ie 12 Total 53 SBCOSD IXSTXCS. John Hays, thrown out J. Burke _ 0 X Dorringto?, b, E. J. Bnrfce 1 T. Ilitser, c.J. Succfcn 2 IL Certer.b. E. .T. BuAc &lt;) T. RlwarcU, h. J. litalin 18 J.})laxUud,b.E.X:'Bnr& 2 J. McAlpdu, b. J. Martin ...'.....:. _ 15 s>. Smrpe, l>. T. Dillon i O V. HajH. b. T.DiJlon .-. 4 W. Woods, not on£....1 0 C Home, b. T. Dillon .."„_.:. .' , 8 '"Wide*, bjes;&& ....'..'..*,:....:'24' First Innings i? — ?,_,,.. I-,— — JotaL.T* " " '.GzanJlotal 127
The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly this Journal.) CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly this Journal.) CHAPTER VII. [BY A. G. M.] Sabbath on board the J. B. was regu-&lt;*> larly observed, church service being always read by Captain F-. It was held in the saloon which was very spacious. The J.B. wns a.largo vessel of over SOOft tone, and there rras room for everyone wlio -wished to attend. Mies Mathews prowled at thn piaito,— ; she was a good musician ; moreover, she had it very nweet, pleasing voic?, and , it was well cultivated. Fred Upton was also. a. good siuger, and his rich mellow tones were heard to the best ad vant.-ige in the beautiful hymne and psalms of our church service. Or. was fontl of sacred mn&lt;;ic. He hww he ex celled in it. Mntliexrs thought lie excelled in it ton, and she told him so. First -with her eves, -which -were beauti ful antl expressive ( h fie haul a very nice eye.) Tlien as they grewmoro mtimato vile expressed licr admiration, in ?wordi. Blia liad a pret...
Broke. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Broke. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 7. AFTER a very protracted winter season, chiefly caused by the absence of one of the most energetic of our cricketers the Broke Cricket Club commenced the season for 1874-5, by a match on Friday last between the feingle and Harried member, of the club. Ibcclnbis rather too -small to afford two good elevens, nnd many of tho single men irerc vciy young; this, coupled with several mi-fortune- on their hide, rendered them no match for their married brothers who gaiucd aa ca_y victory, finishing the match by 4 o'clock. The following are tho scores: —
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1874. Letting off Steam. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1874. Letting off Steam. These are glorious times, it appears; the offers of the Treasury are full of money; the surplus revenue has become a source of irritation; men's minds are at fever lieal to know what to Jo with tlu* superabundant cash accumulating at ttio banker's. There is a financial plethora, and the pressure is so great thai it i? feared tlio State will bo struck with jrioiictaiy apoplexy, if nil nutlet is not found to give it relief. Various remedies have iiecn proposed, and some of them resorted to; Irat that which appears most in favour and most likely to attain tho object sought, is bleeding. It mar bo srone-vrhat old, and, perhaps, objectionaMo oil many grounds; L-nt there is one tiling certain about, it, and this tlio celebrated JDr. Sakohajio dis covered in a very extensive practice, that, in cases of over pressure on the blood vessels of the body, it is un rivalled as a remedy, and, when: often repeated, effects perfect depletion. Blowing o...
A PLEA FOR THE POLICE. To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
A PLEA FOR THE POLICE. To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours very truly. COVE ABOUT TOWN. Singleton, December 7th. DEAR SIR- Whilst coming down John-&lt;*> street this afternoon, my attention was called to a notice posted on the Police Barracks the said notice being one of the posters so freelr circulated brthe Society for,, the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals, of -which Admirable society &lt;X A. IV. Lett, JEeq_ in the distinguished and efficient secretary-. , ?£ coarse nopexsaa can bat admire the object ol the Society, but, whilst looking so carefully after ?* tortured - animale," -why do they not look a little nearer.horae I ' Just look at the nnfoitonats constables patroGng ovr etxeet*.. clad in bine cloth coat, . fronScrs, nnd little cap, buttoned up like a "soger in tsiberia." Sorely the'poor "lwbbies" -want ?. friend somcTrh'ere, or ia it that because a peace officer ttgzTcnabig club to keep the: peace irith, that the Society has chosen as its agen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
FAPEn CO_tP_._XlO?_l!—How many thousand* o ladice there arc -who look wan and faded, while retia early life ; to alt such let n_ whisper _ -word. Yon liars In BniSTOt-'S SAHSAPAItir.L-. the means of ?? storing your colour, brightening yonr eye*, *--___ yonr breath, and giving you sound Beneral health. HOLIOWXT'S OIST-tEST J__?l> lILLS. —A cute for Abscesses, Pile.. Fistula, and Sores of e_y description-' —-The- Tety satisfactory result* urisin_ from the use ot this inTOl-able Ointment when patients hare beal BUStoring from any of the above disorder., have Ind-oes the Medical Frofcosion to introduce it Into tin hospitals and their private practice, and In many instance* where the snCcrer was considered tnc?**-_* Honoway's Ointment, in conjunction with tan Wis h?* healed the most desperate cases. These medlanes are also unequalled for tbe car. of scrof nla. srarry, and ail diseases, of the akin; the cures they effiect an: noC-se porwy or imp-rfoct, for their pnrf_ying powers l?hj£ ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Local and General News. THE WEATHER- The long continued Fine weather, which was so desirable during the harvest season, has, like many other things excellent in their way, outlived its popularity. Many hopes are oxpresseil, in different parts of the district, of a speedy Tisitation ol lain,: now that the harvest in over, for Uh; grass and the crops licro and there begin to apiwar somewhat affected by tlie heat of the -past few days, andthealisence of rain. The tem perature has been very high since Saturday last, Monday and Tuesday being by far the, most objectionable. ;On Monday the temper ature was 120 dcrg. iv the sun, and we __m in formed thnt it was still higlier yesterday. One effect of this will be an earlier fruit crop, which in some quartern is not expected to be. : very large, -unfortunately. The recent violent and most unseasonable gales are said to he to a great extent the cause of this. It is satisfactory to know, however, that there is every prospect that what is left w...
THE ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
THE ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours truly, ELECTOR. SIR The time for the enlightened, free, and independent electors of Patrick's Plains to exercise the important right of the franchise is at hand. 3ir "W. &lt;X Urownt, ocr late member, has UkeJtime-by the forelock and do?e all that c^ be done to secure, his Te-eteotion. - It is scarcely to be doubled, erantif another cmESate Aouldtafce ifie fleia, ttiat success Kill cnnm Iris exertion*. ? „ " ' '. ,He?not?ncwm?ai.tone. Haee. jewts* -experience of bin qnnirfifaitian* BOoriepasiciiUtiTe;,. .?b? pr6ved M? eelfto be fbe right-men m the place. Obt lowaead district testify to bis merits, toUnsiwge Jnoie ctoquient. than 'fronts, aed that ouinot be misuntlcrttood. Mc needs no eommentiny oa his caieec ; Hi? worts illus trate Tiiitteecrfs. -Eo recognition ol his great seirices, B?tna?Tpersonal goo* * a ? atie ?? and Jbrtheirown adrantage, it iato be hoped, that Mr. Browne- imU . be triamphautlj letnmed for Pat...
Mr. Beecher and Mr. Moulton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Mr. Beecher and Mr. Moulton. [?] reference (says the Manchester Hraminer) to the brief statement made by Mr. Moulton to the committee of the Plymout Church, and his acknowledged withholding of several important docaJ'.g; ments in his possession, He*r' .2 journals of the saxpQ date as --bosecoai.;'.' taining Mr. Beecher's currency to _c -fcflo_ri_ig _| tioat— > " Il, v " - ... J Att___Mrtaa£ for the w_-irnwrm ?___: it ea_plaH_s-_£_ ;5: recent devetopmenta. ' W-afe ?,;; -friends.have beea, ntaSgning^enlioa^-' Beecher- lawyers," so it 'is : __^_kb*;_ '? been calling upon his generosity.'- , *;_&_). ] story is in effect as follows: ThatS££.'£ Beecher, during all of the eaaabanajg.;. until a late period, concealed from: ha . ??'. frien'ils the . worst features of his case. . He had blindly suffered himself to Be led on. by events, hoping for some unforeseen dcvelop_aeut to save hitn. This cilcr.ee v?i- --a=iat.__;ed as late st tlio evening of i'hi;r. __.y, August 0, or . thc-r...
A Lucky Ruffian. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
A Lucky Ruffian. BEFORE deciding the case against a man called Richard Burness, who has appeared on remand several times at the City Police Court, charged with violently assaulting his wife, Mr. Sturt said he wished that there was some law passed which would allow him to award a" severe flagellation to such cowardly ruffians as the prisoner, as well as to larrikius. The case briefly stated was, that Burncs? 7 who is a baker by trade, living in Rosslyu-street, Carlton, on.the 11th of last month, while at dinner witli his wife, threatened to cut her throat, at the same time striking her in the month with a knife and inflicting a wound. ' "He then left the honse. and swore he would do for when he returned. One of his children, seeing him returning, ran and fold his mother, who ran ont into the back yard. The fellow then' came in, followed her, and withort any provocation, struck her on the head, and knocked' a little baby two months old she was nursing out of her arms on to the gronnd....
Extraordinary Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Extraordinary Case. A NICE of Queen Isabella with her husband has been before the Paris court of Correctional Police (an Eng-&lt;*> lish paper says) on a charge of ling the landlady of a lodging-house in the Sue de Balzac. Tho lady of royal lineage who found herself _. this painful situation,, is Maris Frances Isabella GazowskC danghtrr of Count Ignatius &lt;3-?zow_-__-_id _*J-_f--tta__?b--__, ___- of _to'K_j?co iTAssisl She __ not in dee preeenus "fibres.- Her.l_i_sl__i_&lt;_, Mr. Pwfcras, is -an __tei__t,' a. native of Boston, and was Uititedr, States consul at Lisbon.' Mrs. Perkins is about. 28 i yeari- old. She is describe*! ss extremely like the Oriettns and NeapoE-an. branches. ot the Benrixms, "her eyes, which were filled with tears, "of the softest tinge of | _di_.'' :v, '' : 3______a_a" ; 'i??i " in"' the dock. According to the sto_y of Madame ' MelUJan, who, weeping, declared she , -would be ruined if not paid, he and hi_ wife came to Paris iv Oc...
Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Singleton, post Office. XaJte &lt;rtn— fur JV- itootb. Tbut (n Fjdn*TS Brtft**- Snuixlno, Lncttnrer, TTct JfaUlaad, ttarjetk. VTerxial.. mk&lt;i No.?ouitle. on XsmOMj* Tne?l?l. MOul ton.ond llocnanuxli. Monday TiMld*s'W?d?e*- > and, ou Snlurdur evnibe at g p-nufor BauSmf ? zneruliJpV dtepateilu For CwkbsrwaU, TnsdOT. 'W-'etlaiwb]--. XtutXKlwr. FWd*r? aa* Gatiuda^ ftMk aviib, iuul oa JSaCoKlagr Kb gpjn-lorSluxtaT'* Tuadaer, "Vad?aada?; Tksadajr . f?H?y,??ftti?teifJ?j.t?W&lt;wMf?ltl?Tnl.Vnrpetfc JCexaMUvXaatStkttlaaoV T? so oSweUy, Xhm* &lt;te;S,a?it??Bor&lt;S?r."a?JlXtm. ?>''.> - ? IV V?r ??>? Fonlwleh, at Sm?UJi HkibkUjv an! tTu. rut, "Wet Brook, ?o4Ctatelon BBMt^oo Ti>*l>rvlevaunvb(Lt3air r v>&lt;tniKiniicM>lK r &lt;>aSata&lt;itej' at^Vauw.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
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