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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Wanted = AN ACTIVE. 3tA_. to make bim-elt generally useful. JOHN JOHNSTON. Clydesdale, Dec. Ist.. Wanted. A GOOD OEJfKKAL SERVANT. Waq_b, 10s..per week ; Train fare paid r MBS. SIIAT-R, / llnydonton, , ' Mnrmrundi. - Wanted A_T APPKENTICB to the COACn- BtHIJHXe Trade. Apply to HIS. F. BUCHT-lAJQr, John-street, i. ingleton. 7 FOR SALE, nt the Pli_eni_: SWanil MiUs. BACON AMD HAMS, fed nnd cured at tbe Mill*. \V. KING-TO-.. New South Wales Bush Mission ary Society. AN earnest Christian Mnn is required as BUSH MISSIONARY' in connection with the above Society. 'Applications, witli testimonials, must lie scut not later than tlia _ Ist instant, to the under-igncd, front whom full information may be obtained. JOHN -_lUj. r Treasurer, 715, George-sttect. JOSEPH PAI>-lER > i-.-..,,-,-— EDWARD .V. G. PAIiMER f "OS*"*"" -183,ntt-strcct, Sydney, Ist December, IS7_. | Patrick's Plains Electorate. THE Undersigned, in response to numer ous solicitation.. Irom resident, ol Patrick's Plains, h...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the Correspon-&lt;*> dent not necessarily for publication but [?] an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is *irfi?e*fr te*e bonei* mxtrithat mc Ho not > J&TiitKrtMi? Xetter*' aharrif any apinum f,Si-i, a c/???rf for tkejxthlicathnt qf 2fi£f£r **?* *? &lt;??-????*' *? ohjcctionabl* Zrtter frmn-*tter*. Corretja ndenit- are '? ngncstrd to write onTy on. &lt;nu
THE POLAR EXPEDITION. December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
THE POLAR EXPEDITION. December 5. Captain Maers, of H. M. S. Challenger is appointed to the command of the next Polar Expedition. ? ? _?ns_e?J_t___iw__tton i____Hmt,no*?nnmix_L--with ___an_e__?-fj reigned in the Sjydiiey theatrical', world oa Friday morning, when it was known that a. gay young member of the profes sion, who had long passed as a Coplebs, and had given signs of symbols of aspir ing to the hand of tho most charming actres-. who had ever visited us, had been arretted, for, above idl crimes in the world, wife-desertion. Isabella Boyd, a widow, is ia custody for concealing the birth of an illegiti mate child. The body _s fonud in a waterhole at Major's Creek. Tlie cricket challenge cup match between, the South nhd East Melbourne Clubs has resulted in the cup holders of East Melbourne heading their opponents in tho first innings by 69 raits. South Melbourne commenced tbrir .erotid. innings, with Cooper and Sleight battibg. After two aud a half hours* play,' both men carrie...
SONG OF A DUMMY [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
SONG OF A DUMMY OLD BRUMMY. Tamworth, Nov. 30 Have taken up for Dan. one [?] more for [?][?] A block for Mary [?] - Aml,?wi!-??liM?i£:-mWiiiri ? . OMevWHr.jeitakttatfl* petty ?Iμ}! rvrmLma-ritiimx a atiUUrfg. "? *" ? ' Ch&r?*. Sat li"? Amiiaj Hauomy ffliWto tta?, i "&lt; DvmaKT. tfoxamr. Jawj?j^ YBr Karen She nation tfu-oogft auK through. We're iT?rf oue?.itoiaiji- Soma;' IhiOctle-mywota— " la n*j cm* "Ita crn- kkuxUhk ; , Bat??oplak?&lt;>&lt;?' ?S?tit elwtifcfc. As tbr akatlb " -WeUOOMv Old JJcnmssr I" ? A.txl then tt*y ?lak th?dreiy??,'?ad??J -?* HeVaotains: toot ?&lt;taiirmyv7 W?t? oil and yoime—rara ol nil *orta— T £on? tall* uns viioit. Home hufcy; '- Oie^s?iU,J&lt;?iK?&lt;l.SMU,J>iek,Se?,3&it, Andtlw&lt;iUl&lt;hol?nttlutlc?nH)]cT; ' We'i? iJuqjjiUm. kU, ?rra JSuab J?a. Jαtb.fcttcbea.witbLer tadW; A?t—*nH 1C I ac?T ?pt?4 e)i? iruib— Xl?r?'? ttaajnegria tIM cradle. Ti?Khcotm~t?rUcHt outQaJMt, ....
Mr. Browne's Meetings. WARKWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Mr. Browne's Meetings. WARKWORTH. ON Friday evening last, Mr. W. C. Browne met the electors of Warkworth at Mr. Watt's Goldminer's Arms Hotel. The attendance was very satisfactory. Mr. IVimj- A_.-de.__o_;, who occupied the chair,'stated that tbe object for which they " bad been called together, was to bear what , 3Er. Browne had done for them whilst their representative, and what be intended, to do should he be returned to parliament at this election. ! _r. Bltow_n_ then came forward and ad dressed the meeting at some length, and was listened to with great attention. Ke gnve an exposition of liis conduct -rrhi'.c in Parlia ment, and promis.fl. if elected, to _.ti_l c-- -tinuc to do his r.trjo. t for the district. Ho told, them that he -would endeavour to have a bridge erected over the Hunter, on the road t .1 their part of the district, and sr.id it was bis intention to have a regular u.twork of bride?.'- throughout the electorate. In order to let tiicm know what the late Government...
TOWN. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
TOWN. FIRST INNINGS. G.Achnwh,S2 2 3/st.Fawcett : 3 t>. Hooker, 1, c Drane b. Fawcett 1 ft. .Tarmati, til, thrown oat, Drnnc ... 3 l\ Waddj, 0, b. Knweett 0 H, Adams, 0, l>. 3L'Alpui 0 Jno. 1 3 2, b. Fawcutt ' G Jos. Burke, 1 11. b-31'Alpiu G Of. Trunlcr, 2 3, b. Fawcett S J.GRtcVO, c-inulb. M'Alpia 0 J. Martin, O, not out ... 0 Qt. Tnxr, 0 r b. Fmrcett ? ",Bjcs,'B; leffUyes,! ..* 9 3? I SECOND ISKISO9 D. Hooker. 0. c nnS b. McAlpin. ... ?„. Oi IC. Jarman, I 1 2, c tmd b. Fawcett ... 4 ??. Acliarch, 3 3,1. b. w. .„ „. C Jilo. BiirVe, 12331Ui,t t. JtcAlpiu 14 P. TSTadUx, 13 10 15, c. Durham, b. Kawcett - 14 Martin, 2, 1?. Sl'Dougaa 2 Jos. Borkc, 0. c Kawcett, b.M'Alnin 0 ft. Trunlcy, ?, nm out —? ... - I JI. xVOain?. 32 11 14 11 132 ly not out 20 6. Parr, 131, b. Fawcett : ... 5, J. Kates, 1 2, c. M'JDongalt, l>. 3 . Rye-*, 1 1 70 First inmjigs, 39 Total, 109 We xiiidcrstaml that there wi!Vbe a. match, plaj-eit next Saturxlay, iv Singleton, between, a team from the Albion Cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Notice to Advert—__- ADVERTISERS arepurtknUu-lr .&lt;_*_-! _arnd in _Mlr _ro? not- tetor than ttrft p_a- _ _i__?_c >nil. Pi-Mays : ?_Uenrt_r.wDuaS KuaTaittto.-tbetr IxMeztloit in xb? fO-lvwtnc I?M_ ? „i_?ii_r_; AjH-xW* Office. . ' ' October _?_ IS7*. Notice to Correspondents. CORH_KPO-T_-3X_? vJHplowolneivrthsibttna XBOtf-e*. nft-r _oa_ o'clock In t-eftftenioo-slmai -UatetJ* prior ta _h- dajit ot can not ' btt Inserted in the following i-scc " eiKor-eros A-uunr* onic_, October 1?_ 1871.
First Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
First Creek. A meeting was held by Mr. Browne last night, at Mr. Robert Burns' First Creek. The attendance was very satisfactory, and the proceedings orderly throughout. Mr. Fcnxicll, of Bloomficld, occupied the chair. ' In the conree of x short introductory speech, lie said that though he limi only known Mr. Browne- for six mouths, he wasr very highly pleased -with his condnet as a public nxan> and he might safely say that daring that period no member of Parliament had done more for any constituency than Mr. Browne had done for this.' (Hear, hear.) As their late member could give a better ac count of his actions than he, the: Chairman, he called upon Mr. Bjwnvne, who addressed the meeting at some considerable length, in the course of which he explained that the reason why the. road to Gooraagoola had not (been sab- .&lt; sidized sooner -was that lie had called x meet ing of those interested, bat as no one at- . tended, the matter had fallen through. HoTrerer, he had succ...
Singleton Police Court TUESDAY DECEMBER 7th 1874. (Before Mr. James Smith P.M.) WILFUL DESERTION [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
Singleton Police CoErfe. TUESDAY DECEMBER 7th 1874. (Before Mr. James Smith P.M.) WILFUL DESERTION Maria [?] summoned Pritchard Moore for deserting his illegitimate child, and thus leaving it without proper means of support. Defendant di&not apje?iv ami iis Worship ordered: a. warrant .to be i?rae£ for h? spjtEClid&BkOZL. * * , csceaT Tp-iinauxa. . , „?.?„ - '' -Sepfevim Stt&rSaut -with. -niltttlly jUtreatiDg a femaie doe md her litter ef pope, aHo-wing ttemteremfdn. for the dajs Trjaoot food 1 or -water. -" * Senkjp-eergeaat JhK "Vernet depoeed" that oa Sntniday lsstp ftom fiaf onasXioc iux lad -xeceued, lie trent to defendant* ioese in, aa&lt;2 there focttd in ?7*ztL a slot with a. litter of six pope t ttedofe-tna. in. aa ?oa ?? rrmning about the yard geeKfig for- feed, -wiich. -witness and. tSett'sunimciteJ the defendaac Jane Bradj- dcpoeeOL Out tbe detettdmt -wns her tenant ;£e ieH. I , "" honserTritt hi? :&lt;Uugiiter on Saturday eveoing,...
The Great Foot Race for £100 a side. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
The Great Foot Race for £100 a side. THIS race, between Daved [?] and Alex Fleming, which has been for some time con-&lt;*> sidered the greatest sporting event of the day, was decided yesterday afternoon on the Waratah 9&lt;>u%-inciug' ground...'. 1. lore wa_ ? latge assembly of-anxious l&lt;Kikcr_ on, besides a number of our local sporting nieu. /'''? T3ie race was for £100 a side, to__in a' : dtstane of 160 yards. Both men. came to the scratch' in splendid condition, Dunlop having bectr trained by It. "Watson, of __fue. and Fleming having taken his breathings under the care of P. Kcough. The betting previous to coming to the scratch, had been 6 to _ on Dunlop baton tlie ground but few bets could bis bad at-erven.' - . The Tn_ti. stood at scratch, anxiously awaiting, tic signal to go, and as soori as given hy the firing of a gun, Dunlop went away with about four feet lead ; this he kept for abont seventy yanLs,'when Fleming drewr binaself together nnd ...
COUNTRY. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 December 1874
?;' COtTNTitY- ':??:?; jinsr -ixtaSoas.:'-;;-.' M'Ati?u, 5 2, c. Truuley, \>. "Waddy 7 Loder,2lls 22, c J.Martfao,b. Bcrarie... 13 Fa&lt;raett,2 3 1312 4 23 1 1 3, c Bomrkey b-Waddy _. .-.-._ 24 Tork 12122**12221 3 r t. Waddy... 21 Durham, I, b. Waddy..."... '..'. '._ ... 1 BrowmS, 1a 11 S, b. W?Ulj ...? ... '..'.- 1 Drane, I, b. TlVaadj- 1 Cunnetn, I, b. Martiu.-. — ... ... ... 1 M'Dongall,! 1, c. Trunley, b-Waddy ... 2 Bates 13,notont. .... .... ... ',4 Home, 1, stumped by Jarman ... 1 Bjen, 7, leg byee, i ; Trriiles 1 It) -SECOXD IKKTSCB. FjiTvcett, I 1 112, c. Bonrke... 6 Bates, 212 1,1. b.-nr, "b. Waddy 6 Loder, 3, c Tnmley, bviVaddy... ._ ... 3 M'Alpin, S I 111 2 4 3, b. Watfdy '. 16 TorJc, b. AVaddy ..; ... O Browne, 11, b. Waddy -.. 2 Drane, 11142231111 1,1). Waddy... 19 Dnrluuo, S, b. Botukc— ... 3 M'Dougall. 3 121212, st-TVaddj-... ... 12 S. Home, l,b. Martin 1 Cunncco, 1111, not out... -— ... ... 4 Bjee,B; "Wides2 10 82 . ? > first innings, 92 Total, IT4