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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS, DRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. Messrs. nnuNEEit and wolfe's report. Fat Cattlo.—Sales oponed on Monday with a degreo of mnrked activity, com petition provod brisk, and excellent prices wcro realized. Yesterday tho domand was Black, and a declino of fnlly 10s per head was perocptiblo in all classes. Tho market will bo characterised by continuous fluctuations, ponding tho arrival of fnrthor consignments from tho interior. Quotations : Primo quality, 13s to 15s por 100 lbs.; medium nt lower prices. Fat Sheop.—Tho supply has boon nmplo to satisfy requirements and com petition having been solely restricted to local buyers wns only moderately brisk, and tho demand somowhat limited. Wo may now oxpect increased consignments of shorn shoop, consequently ennnut ad vise tho chance of an improvement in value. Quotations : Primo wethors, in wool, lis to. 12s ; shorn, Os 6d to 7s Gd; medium qunlity and owes nt lower rates. Store Cattle.—Considering tho bono ficinl rainfall with which tho country has been favo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

LONDON, Monday, One of the two British magistrates supposed to have been killed by Ponder at the Cape, made his escape. The statement that the Kurds had taken tho town of Urumioh, iv Persia, is untrue, for the place was relieved by Persian troops. The Kurds are supposed to bo in fall retreat in a westerly direction. ; An official committee has been op pointed by France to examine tbe Bchemo of a proposed new mail ronta between France and New Calodonia, by way of Australia, Sir Robert Bouch, the chief engineer of the projected Tay Bridge, is dena. Sir Robert Lush has been appointed to succeed the Right Hon. A. Theuger as ono of the Lord Justices of Appeals.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY MARKETS. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS.,~ MOnT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. Wool.-7-Wo held our second salo for the sonson on Wednosdny.. There was a full attendance of buyers and others intorestod,nnd a very fair.demand at full rates, especially for good linos of light-,' conditionod greasies. Foreign and homo buyers woro woll ropre?ontod, and tho price? ronlisod bliow littlo or no margin for speculation; and from preeont ap pearances growers who give this market a trial will bo woll satisfied with tho result. We realised up to ISJii for greasy, and 21£u per lb for'fleece. "_ Sheepskins wero also in very' active rcquoflt, and brought up to 7|d per. lb. Hides. —There was a good demand at this morning's sales for hoavic?, and tho pricO? roalisod woro fully equal to; last week's ruto?; light and dry aro also in request nt from 4d to sjd, medium BJd to 4d, and heavies 4d to 4| d per lb. Horse Hides are scarce, and are sale able at from Ob to 7s 6d for Jarga sizes, and 3s Cd to 5s for small to modium. Kangaroo Ski...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

SYDNEY, LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. The cattle market is down 10s. Beef is worth 18s. Sheep are unaltered.' Wethers are worth 8s. v > ' .

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Sir Henry Parkes and the Duke of Manchester. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Sir Henry Parkes and the Duke of Manchester. A banquet was given in honour of the Pake of Manchester in Sydney on Friday, 29th inst. The Mayor of Sydney occupied the .chair. He was ?..rounded by the Governor and others of the leading men ?in the colony. The health of the guest was proposed by the Premier, whose speech was among the finest he-has ever delivered. We have only space for his speech, nnd that of (he Duke in reply. For theso wo aro indebted to the Sydney papers. Sir Henry Parkes, who was greeted with a bnrst of cheering, said that ho could not hut feel that in a company so thoroughly representative as that was, it nas o great distinction conferred upon him to propose what wbb roally tho toast of tho. .evening. Ho presumed they had charged their glasses to tho brim, and he was about to ask them to drink; tho health of the guest of this representative gathering. Now he did not ask them to drink, this toast—he did not ask them to drink the health of the Duke of Manchester be...

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The Poet's Corner. MY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

?The'.'Poet's Corner. MY LAND. She is a rich and raro land; ..". Oh I sho's a fresh and fair land ; She is a dear and rare land— - This native land of mine, , ? ? ;; No men thnn her.'s are braver— )-. Her women's hearts ne'er waver; I'd freely die to save her, " Aod thluk my lot divine. She's not a dull or cold land I No 1 she's a warm and hold land, Ob I she's a'true and old land— ' This native land of mine. . v Could beauty ever guard ber,*; And virtue still reward her,' ,'?'-,' No foo would cross her border- No friend within it pine Ob, she's a fre'sb and fair land ; Qh, she's a true aud rare land I Yob, she's a rnre and fair land— ?- This native land of mine. . .'.-,.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A "Press" Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

A "Press" Speech. Ai'-tho banquet to tho Duke, of Man chester on Friday . last, the " Press " toast was nnusuolly,prpj-.iinont. Mr. F. Ar : LToyd"proposed'it and it wos responded to by Dr. A. Garrah {Herald), Mr. J. M. Lynch (Sydney Daily Tele grapli), and Mr. A. Bennett and Mr. J. A. Heaton (Evening News). Dr. Gar ran's speech, which roads like a loading article, was especially good and .was pro nounced by Mr. Lynch to be ono of the ablo?t ho * had heard in reply to tho toast during a twenty year's experience. Dr. Garran spoko as follows:-—He eaid he was very highly gratified with tho visit of such an eminent English man as tho Duko of Manchester, wbdao visit would assist in carrying out nn object which the colonial Press had in view for very many years, that of re moving tho prejudices and in some cases tho ignorance of English people in re ference to this. portion of tho British Empire. Tho representations of tho colonial Prc?s might be accepted with reservation, but tho represen...

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The Bermagui Mystery. Cobargo, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

The Bermagui Mystery. Cobargo, Tuesday. I have now seen the place where the boat was found, and some things in con nection with it. Along with mo were Mr. Binny, Snh-inspeotor Keegan, of ikaidwood j- nnd <Mr. - Martin,' of' tho Water Folico, who came here yesterday. Now ? I am on tho Bpot the whole affair seema moro shrouded in mystery than ever. Tho boat is a centre-bonrd one, about 23 feet long, with 4 feet 6 inches bcnni. She had a holo 3 feet long and three planks deep,. Btarting from tho Btern piece, and another 4 feot long and 3 feet 6 inches broad on the starboard beam, and a mark extends on the port Bido from tho forward beanj to the quar ter, where there are 10 planks atovo in, with two holes about 6 inches long each by 4 inches broad. As she was found she wbb a complete wreck, and utterly incapable to sustain nnyotio in her ovon in smooth water; bnt it is hero the mystery really begins. There were five stones in her, varying from 701b to 401b weight, lying on th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH Gbevillb's Telegram Co.] SYDNEY. .*-? , . Tucfday. ' At the wool sales, no superior lotsof I fleece or sconred wore ofTercd. Gcej j greasy, realized * shilling to thirteen pence. ...... ,-? j A great fire occurred early thin morning' at the Government stores Rcd.fera Railway, atiitioti. A store containing over .-a hundred ciihcs of kerosene, and twenty barrets colza oil besides a lot of other oils, was totally destroyed. The fire was one of the grandest ever Been hero. The heat mm no intotmo that tho firemen had to ba protected with sheets of iroii, and their clothes ltopt saturated with water to prevent them being burnt. Thoamonnt of the damage has.not yet been a*wr tained. . .' The Gaunsons. are- endeavouring in Melbourne to get a repriovo for Ned Kelly. . A publio meeting, with a pro. cession to Government House, is talked of, and petitions are being prepared for signature. William Barnes, for the robbery of Government jewellery, has heei sen. tenced to throe ...

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The Cricket Challenge Cup. SINGLETON v. NEWCASTLE (CITY). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

The Cricket Challenge Cup. \ SINGLETON v. NEWCASTLE (CITY). THE Singleton cricket ground has more than once in its history, been the, scene of cricket performances of the very highest class, but seldom, if ever, has tho display of batting and fielding sur passed that of Saturday last. A strong westerly wind, which was blowing all day, handicapped the bowlers' consider ably, othonviso tho scores might read diQerenlly. Tho Newcastle team wns n very'strong one, and it scmed by no means a certainty lhat Singleton would rotaiii its hold upon the Cup. Gioat pains had been taken to sccuro a good wicket, and tho result was fairly success ful, dxeept an occasional tendency to bump at ono ond. Tbo visitors were accompanied by Mr.C. 11. Hannellwlio officiated as umpiro on their behalf, and Mr. Kcightly as. scorer.* Mr. F. W; Gardiner was tho Singleton umpiro, nnd G. liobinsoh scorer, Tho position of umpiro is always an unthankful one, no matter how* strong tho confidence ro posed in his integr...

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Singleton Police Court. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1880. (Before Mr. W. Dudding, J.P.) STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Singleton Police Court. Saturday, October 30,1880. ' (Before Mr. VV. Dudding, J.P.) '."'"' stkalino. Leon Brengolf alias Louis Fararger, was brought [?] on remand, charged with stealing £20 in bank notes from John Vauditi on October 19th. . Senior-sergeant Webb now produced the warrant issued hy tho West Unit-, bind Bench for thu arrest of Leon Brun golt on nbovo stated charge. Ho prayed for a remand to West Maitland. The accused was remanded to Mait land accordingly. ?"'. ~"".... ' ;

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

Local News, etc, THE amount received at the Building Society's Office last Monday night was, £24 17s. Id. The officiating director was Mr. Hugh Munro, v BATHERS !at. the,'! Loom boio".should be oaruful of-tho.wceds and long grass growing In tho bed of tho riyor. ,Ws:aro not anxious torccord the'obituat-y'of 'any of them. ' 'This disposal of tho misses Collier's stock Is iproctjeding this-week, arid on Saturday next Mr. Hutchison .will sell by. auction,the whole of their furniture, which is dc?oribOd' : y^?/hearty .now."'-'* !: . '' - ''? ' : ' '_' H -'i ... '. 'r AN intdrosling oarotnony took placo in tho Wenleynn Suniluy School last Sunday after** noon,,when the touchers presented n.well !bqund'album to Mr. John S. Jarmnn, who bris''-since- departed from Singleton. Mr. Jrirninu had previously addressed tlie scholars, and taken an affectionate fsrowoll of tlioso with whom ho had been actively associated for'sovcrul years. Mk. Bertram liortrt, formerly manager of Mr. Q. I.odor's St. ...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 2ND, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M., and Mr. G. T. Loder, J.P.) LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

TUESDAY, NOV. 2ND, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M., and Mr. G. T. Loder, J.P.) LARRIKINISM. Patrick Tobin was summoned by Fritz Schmalz for using insulting words, calculated to provoke a breach of the peace. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. J. Elliott appeared for tho com plainant, and -briefly opened the caso. After roforring to- tho details of the case, and asking their Worships to consider tho forbearance of the com plainant, notwithstanding tho disgrace ful character of the words used, he spokp strongly. on the similar spirit ovincod by young men nowadays, which tended so much to that larrikinism which Bishop Moorhouso had described ns not only threatening to upset society, but to upset tho Constitution itself. If such fellows wore allowed to got off easily, thoy would only laugh nt justico and reuow their conduct. He would spoak Btrongly, because he felt strongly against thb conduct of tlioso who go about' the streots and use language of tho worst kind boforo oiir hou?es,...

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

MONDAY, NpVEMBiR^8T/i880, (Before Mr.; J. N/Broold; ; P.M.) DRUNK ANDDISpRbi-ilLY'. "'';,.' William Poulter was charged with being drunk and disorderly on, Saturday last. Defendant pleaded "guilty, your Worship. Sorry for it." L !;*'!'" : !'!; i Tho P.M. remarked that ho appeared to have been drinking that morning.' ' Constable Htc'key deposed 'that, on Saturday night in George-street, Single ton, 1-found the defendant drunk going about stopping persons in tho street;' I cautioned him. He took off his coal nnd hat, and troubled tbe people geno rully. Witness had tried to persuade him to go awny but he would hot do so. The defendant, whoso conduct in Court was somewhat extraordinary, was fined Ss, or 24 hours." Fine paid. ? -

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Monthly Calendar. 11TH MONTH NOVEMBER. 30 Days [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

?Monthly Calendar. r ; lira'month.' NOVEMBER. 30 Days' *'* . i : .a . Moon's Phases. "' New M00n... ' Brd ... 2. On.tn. ? '£? First Quarter Otli ... M. 2,1 p.m. ?t Full Moon ... 17th ... !>A4 a.m. ??'./ i Last Quarter 25tb ...12,10 p.m. , t NOVEMBER. \ Kitchen Garden.—As this season advances tbo advantage of having tho ground trenched ) , will become more appar.nt; shallow-worked ' land will scarcely grow anything worth " collecting. Full space must bo allowed i i between tbo crops timing tho sumcer monthr, or they will lo drawn and_ worth ... le?B—ample room end high cultivation aro the most economical In tho long run. Cooumber and melon plants should .bo 1 i thinned out where over-crowded, tho earth loosened among thorn, and tho branches ', fastened down as tiiey extend, so as tbe Strong wind? will not destroy them. Keep all ground cloan nud clear of weeds by frequent hoeing. Bow French Beans, Melons, Brocoli., Mostard, Cres?, Lettuce, Radish, , nnd Cucumbers; transplant in ' c...

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JOHN BRIDGES'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY OIBOOLAIt, Station Properties ,—-Not much doing, but in view of the present cheapness of many well-situated properties must soon ho in great request. Storo Stock of all sorts remain slow of sale, and thero ia not much to report. Fat Cattlo catno forward frooly thin week, and prices woro easier by 10a to 16s per boad. Fat Shoop woro not bo plohtifulj and woro dearer. Good 60 to 60 lb. wothors, shorn, 7s to 9s, nnd in wool 8a to 12s or IJ3-; lighter weights in pro portion. Lambs sold on Thursday at 7a to Us Cd. Calves at Ga to 37a 6d. Pigs woro in boltpr request at 3d to 4d for best weight?. Wool.—At this week's sales bnyora wore numerous, and good prices wore paid all round, but .many lots wore held offing to expectations of owners being rather above market value. Greasy wool sold at lOd to 13d, fleece at 15d to 19d, and scoured at 14d to 22d for fair aud good lots. , Shoopskina also commanded full values, Boy Od to 7£d for fair and good, and from 2£d to Gd for o...

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"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD, 1880. The Premier and the Lunatics. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD, 1880. The Premier and the Lunatics. AT last we are in possession of the Gov- <*> ernment's ideas respecting the claim of sundry landholders for the remission of the interest. The information has been '"?-long titno coming, aud it now comosin r?tjoh a way oa to givo riso to much criticism. We aliould hardly imagine „.tbat by joining in tlie picnicking fcativi ' tle?,of o particular cloob of artisans, only i. temotoly interested in tbo land, wo should ' lib "Wonted to n rovolatiou of Cabinet , Secrets by a Premier, and informed for first time what tlio Government ' jtliluke about ono of tho most barefaced 'and dangerous questions tliat have ovor ..?agitated tho publio mind. Our surprise '.'Jit the studied reticonco of tbo Govorn '.'ttentincreases when wo find it is ofter 'pH regarded as a ques...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR NOVEMBER, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 3 November 1880

,, Time Table of Arrival and ?? *' Departure of English Mails. ..it: ', .FOR NOVEMBER, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ??? Outward. i : . , Xoavo s Sydnoy, I Arrive London, ' 4th iNovembcr. | lilst December., , 't Inward. < , Leave London, I Arrivo Sydney, 7th Octobor. | 22ud Novembor. VIA MELBOURNE, GALLE & BRINDIBL Ontwnrd. ~ ' Lcnvo Sydnoy. I Arrivo London, ' ' 10th Novomber, I 23rd Decomlor,. ? ' 22nd November. | Cth January, 1881. i Inward. ' > , |Loavo London, I Arrivo Sydney,, 24th September, 6th November, , ? ' Bth October. | 19th Novembot 1 . - VIA BRISBANE, TORRES STRAITS, AND BRINDISI. , Dates will bo Inserted as Boon now time tablo li received. LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. ' o Via Sun Francisco, fid per half ounce I Via Melbourno and Brlndisi, and Torros Straits and Brinriisl, 8d per half ounce. ' For Newspnpers—Via San Francisco, Id each. Via Molbnurno nnd BriLdlsi, nnd '?1 Torres Straits and Brlndisi, 2d for 6 ounces and Id for each additional -I ounces or f...

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THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) By "E. A. C." "I left the room, not without having noticed that he had, securely looked the desk inj which the letter had been place d. Then it was that I first thought of playing t,he part; of, the rnbn*t. r /elt,oertain thw.lettjer epmotbing;Of,itnpprtanpe..te,yonj' air, and I determined lfc ; In olden, days t; taken a phare jin arriatourj;bp.fttricoperfornipnces.gotpp by the ,oiHper,a, and .inori.; be'Qpgirig 'to tbe difior-nt WW qtatjoriod," and Boino of the, droseos I, had morn .were .etiH in the. bullook.truEis I, had broyg;!ht , frordY li?di?.; when .)*'.'-retained;-..borne., jaf , .Gaueral.Willopgbby's.pr'iviite servant.,, "The n,ight : was a, ol.our, .moonlight odo, ; and I detojmlned, to first, attempt [at onoo. ; l ; knowqvo'ry nook and corner of tjia, oloistpra, and I lesolved, shuuld Mr., Eustdoe .pursue,me, tpidi??'ppjttr 1 Jn l a,niohe,whior| I , remembered, opened into, a .small .passage, doubtless one.of the many v ,bidir...

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Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER I.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER I.—(Continued) BY DONALD CAMERON, Author of "silverwater Bend," "Seripopolis,"' "Melbourne Life," " Transformations," "For Earthly Passions' Sake," "Gri[?]," "La Fille du Diable," "The Skinfin Ministry," &C. &C. The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done." IF Mr. Rudder and Mr. Berton had hold an animated discussion of which they were the theme, Victor and Walter had bad an equally interesting conversation. The day ?was ap balmy and sunshiny* thp ; airapavvcet, predisposing, to htngour,. and lounging pn : the steps, witl__n.£arshot.and, eyesight of tbo ; great Babel -,? of: : -1 the. ?. ..' Biye,'',, *waa,' such a realisation, of .Italian, dolte far liimte.that tatty felt disinclined to m0ve.,,,, jbere if! little to add to tho dejjoripiion__.Vthe youths by Mr. -Judder,-.except a fpw .Victor, as described, waasupremely handsome... 'His absolutely porfoot faea-rrt or, tbo .criripj could seekia vaiit for ..faults any. cr...

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