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Poetry. ALICE GAREY'S SWEETEST POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Poetry. ALICE GAREY'S SWEETEST POEM. OF all the beautiful pictures That hang on Memory's wall, Is one of a dim forest. That seem the best of all; ';i'.'' : Not-fO? ( .ft*_{nBillp(l,pikMide*_,"'.7,' : , ..7,. ',-,, tVipark!,'prfffl.,t.fae I ,miBtle(pe* ,' ~"'.';:' ' '- ' ; . r Not/for^hj.ylpleta,gol<leii', - ( ;,?..-.'.'", '_',''.- \ .' ; ,7 -J Thttl.Bp?pkje thorvale.belowjj '.'., ?: ':.' ..'.. ,NotJfojr,tb.i. inilk-wbit'e.lili.s.,7. ; ?"?.';'! '? . ~;Ooqne(tiflj,?U day wit.h < i . ...'i..;jAnd*t?M|liJWtb-eirgpldenedge;.'.". [ ': Not for the vines o*j ;i *_i-*.up)(jnd.., ~„ '. j , '~? ;,r*WheW_'thftlbfi(lht i *;ed(Pe?rieBj'e?t; "* i ,| ' Notthe pinks, poc %i\,a, .?.rltseemed.tojineitheiheat.i;,, ,r,J?'..' '??'. I ; ohce*liad'?'little;b'rotbferi i -' Vil..<-,v- ~, '. .' rr ' ih'at ; Wl__'e ; d?rk l ftnd deep l -- ??! ''? <?- ] V He Hetb in peace asleep j ?'"? 'Ui.-av/.i. j Lis> bt as the do*n otr the thistle, j , . I -? VTVeyoyedftere the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Caution to the Public. , THE t*e)i-rabloio_-_ct* t 'wiil4li.(iaT<_followe<l tho, one of vile compound*; ?o|d"*niler the namo of * , echnapp_,"?h'ohld l prot?ftcauUo_ttothe_rab. v to purchase .only that-.-bcariiig tho name of UDOLPHO WOLI'K.:' .to which four thousand and purity over anothersUmnlant-. . '. i.;;.;, ;? ?-.??;? '.'.UPOLPIIO WOLFE'S SCHNAP-'S" has beon a qasrtocof. a.4?iituryUnforo the public,and lta>slo. stetulllylncrcft-InK, while :viHDNDItEDS OF IMITAfIONb 'havo appeared and disappeared, leaving only ruin and ij-sgroco to all oonneeted-with thdn. Th?;pub_l? should np longer bo duped by injurious, cheap, flcry camuouuds with foiled -JrtlUC-U's,'raannfacttirc'd la tho Colony, . '?? . -. . Toprotcotcoh-uincrsngalnat Imitatlona ? 7: 7XW^ii6^V l olie , a. : 7 i? mk OTl?ri bFrailED' tV-iDEI. SaSIES In th * market', THE SUM. I*sll* COCItT- of NliW SOOTH WAliEShaagrauted nn.INJUKOTIO"ST 'againsttotil. : sale, pndejr o penalty of proof nf whioh tbo ' ; ...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. Mote,—The abovo aro wholesale prlco", oi f-hatJcalera would give pr<¥luceri, ,€ a. d. n'a. d. Mii-o (now) per bue, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Cane Barley „ 0 2 "> ,0 2 4 Erigliah Bnrley „ 0 3 0 -„ ,0 ;4 0 Oats... ... ... „ 0 2 6 „' .0 ,8 0 Bran „ 0 1 0 Y, '0 1' 2 Pollard „ 0 1 0 „ 0 12 Adelaide Wheat i( 0 16 0 „ 0 6 6 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3.0 „ 0 4 0 Floor, auper.,perton 12 0 jO!V. J, IB $ .0 Flour; eeconda „ 11 0' 0 "",,.13 0 0 Lucerne Hay... ,, 2 0 t Q- „ 3 10,,0 Oiitenllay ... „ <.'2-.1.0yS.0'|; ?„ 5 j f 8f ; OMO; Potatoes... ... .,??; i.3*10l,"Of7.,v;8; 0 ; O Tallow...... „ 14ViA)HO^^10-0rO Bttttor ... per lb. 0 Ov 6 '„ 0 0 6 Cheese ... ... „ 0 ;0.",3. „ 0 0 4 Bacon ... ... „ '-. 0 0;^;,,'0 '0 4. Lard ... .i. ,; .-'." 0- 0 '?{ 4 ? ,', *0; 0 4J* Ilonoy „ ?' 0 0 ; 8? (i'O 0 3J BeeBwax „ 0 0/4; „v<0, 0 ,6. Col.Tobacco.flg-,, ' 0 l ,v 4*',-, v 0' 1 6 Ditto, loaf ... ? „ ? 0 .0 0 „ 0 0 8 Horsehair, ....„,., 0, 0...

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Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1880. THOMAS BALLS, JUN. (by his agent Thomas Balls), Goorangoola, 40 acres, county of Durham, parish of Foy, being the measured portion marked 217, formerly taken up by James E. Davys, und subse ; .quontly declared to bo forfeited.

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A Judge's blander. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

A Judge's blander. IN the course of his summing up in the action of Barbour v. Jones (the defendant being the proprietor of the Pastoral Times) for lib[?], his Honor Mr. Justice Hargraves i?'rcporleil to have said of the tights of tho Preen :—"Newspapers hnd tho same right na imlividiils to comment upon tho nations of puiilio men. Thoy had n right to prnjsc, aud In the Bnuio way lutil a light tocenmiro j biit if to gtntify ill-will, they exceeded their rights the law could interfere. The right of ttiii publio to comment on public men had bewu in existence for tho Inst ?'OO years', '\\\<i thplr.waa*?rtaiuly no reason altoritilow; Ddring that period theio hn? bilor. no licen?* inir, and jiuoplu hnd bueu allowed to print and publish their opinions without license, provided they did not exceed fair comment." Spcnking from n personal poiut of viow, his Honor remarked ?.—?" For himself he hud been a public man all his life, but ho never toiik any notico of what newspapers said....

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Official Correspondence. For the following official letters, we are indebted to Mr. W. C. Browne, M.L.A.:— THE NEW ROAD'S NAME. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, 1st October, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Official Correspondence. For the following official letters, we are indebted to Mr. W. C. Browne, M.L.A.:— THE NEW ROAD'S NAME. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, 1st October, 1880. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, JOHN RAE, Under secretary. W. 0. Browne, Esq., M.P. Sydney. SIR, —I am directed to inform you that the Secretary for Public Works has approved of the name of the road from Combo to Dyrring being changed to that of the "Road from Bcdbournbcrry, near Singleton, to Dyrring," on tho Schedule for ensuing year, to which effect tho Trustees have been in formed.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Six Bible Names. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Six Bible Names. Kind Words. Say them over a good many times, until you can remember them and the order in which they are given. Adam, Enoch, Abraham, Solomon, Christ, John. Repeat thorn again, and ttjeu'loorn tho following bit";of Bibloi olirohblogy: , ' ?''??- ?-;- -'t -11. From tho timo Adam wns created until the timo Enoch wob translated wuh nthousand year?, 12. From the timo Enoch wqb translated until tho timo Abraham was born was n thousond years. :.3. From tho timo Abraham was born nntil tho timo Solomon dedicated tho temple was v thousand years. ,4. From tho timo Solomon dedicated the temple until the time Christ was born was n thousand yenrs. 15. From the timo Christ was born until tlie time John died wns a hudred years. Thu? tho Biblo hi?tory of fortv-ono hundred yonr? may bo divided.-

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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ROAD TO CARROW BROOK. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, 29th October, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

ROAD TO CARROW BROOK. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, 29th October, 1880. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, GEO. E. EAMES, For Commissioner for Roads, W. C. Browne, Esq., M.P., Sydney. SIR,—With reference to your letter of this day's date, respecting petition presented by you at this office for a sum of money to repair the road from J. Smith's c.p. to Carrow Brook, a distance of .1 miles 10 chains, I liavo to refer you to a letter addressed to you by tlie Under Secretary, of dato 3rd March lust, in whicii you were informed that tho Trustees of the road from Uoorangoola Koad to Carrow IJrook were instructed to expeud a portion of tho vote for that road on the line petitioned for, but from a roport which ba? been biuco received from the Local Officer on tho matter, it appears tbat tbo Trii?teca have been unable, for want of funds, to do anything up to tbe present titno ; they iutentl, bowover, expend* Ing a portion of noxt year's vote upon i...

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What Killed the Oyster? [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

What Killed the Oyster? PICK up that oyster shell. Do you see a little hole in the hard roof of the oyster house? That explains why there is a shell and no oyster. A little creature called'the whelk, living in a spiral shell, dropped one day on the roof of! the .oyster's house, "? The littlo innocents, "somo ; ono has called tho/ wlielks. "The little villains," an oyster ( wquld.call them, for tlie whelk has '.an auger, nndi bores and bores and bores until he reaches the oyster 1 itself, and pqbr oyster finds ho is going through his own roof. 'Ho goes up', but never comos down. ;A writor speaks, of noticing on the shores of Brittany the holes in tho oyster bored by its enemy, both burglar and miirderor wo" bhould call him. , ',' :" A lifctlb Bin n littio BinT;" cri.Osahby who may have beon catight saying a profane word, or strolling with a.bad associate, or reading a bad book, or sipping a glass of beer. " Don't mako too much of it !" he says. 7 / Young friend, that'Ta tho whelk on ...

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SURVEY OF ROAD. Department of Mines, Sydney, 3rd Nov., 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

SURVEY OF ROAD. Department of Mines, Sydney, 3rd Nov., 1880. I have the honour to be, Sir, Your most obedient servant, HARRIE WOOD, Under Secretary. W. C. Browne, Esq., M.P. SIR,-I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the petition (presented by you) of certain residents of the Wollombi, Millfield, and Ellalong districts for the survey of a road from tho present road whero it crosses .Congowoi-Road totho Wollombi Boad, and to inform you that that tho matter has,been referred to theSurvoyor-Gouornl for report.

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THE GREAT BOAT RACE. London, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

THE GREAT BOAT RACE. London, Nov. 2. The soulling race between Laycock and Hosmer took place on the Thames to-day In the presence of an immense concourse of spoetators. The race pittd-a-grent a great deal of interest but aftor H tbo first mllo had been rowed it was' a* hollow .affair, oa'Lnycock led whenever ho liked, and won easily. The American,Soulier was along way over tnatsidd7ibd tayepek's superiority was apparent almost from the start! Both Tricketfand Hanlan wltnessod tho race. Laycock was trained by Kelly, and was n excellent health .and condition. The English climate"suits him admirably, ?nd il il pTpbJbie.tbat he will *WW 10 :???'? A sculling race took place to* day r 6vjpr- the 'usual champion* cbufsejfrom -Putney to Morilake, between Elias Lay cock and Hosmer, the. American oars-, man, for £200 a-sidb.' After a sharp, contest Laycock camp in a winner three ?lorigths aliond of hie opponent, '? Laycock has been matched lo row Riley, another American.„ sculler, (who. was s...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Correspondence. All letters must be signed by the authors We object to libels, personalities, abuse, and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to waste one side of a.'heet. ' Our columns are open to all, hut ?tie are not responsiblefor our correspondents'! opinions. " .... ~?-.-.

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov, 1. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov, 1. THE situation of affairs at Dulcigno has become complicated by hostilities between the troops under Pasha and the Albanians. The latter-firmly refuse to .: evacuate- tbe ;? city. ?? - t An effort on the part of Hiift BfllliV. to compel them' by force resulted in failtjo.. ?, Severe fight ing tipple, place, iii. jjvhich (tho Albanians > :wer*nrii'|^ , l.o|i|i' '} Kizii PnahVii}, itrbop? were^?js'fil.()Eff*aia : tlie 'coihfc&niler-iii chief had to retire. withJii? forcc6 to Frascbia. The Albanian-) aro, tborc fore,'?t?H masttr?iof tho Situation;' " . The market rate of discot_ht is 1 por cent below tho bankratojljpercent, ' ?".? Tho tone* of tho wheat market'ia' . quiet, but steady. '? <>.' --'<>-'?? The price_.<rf jAflstralion tin is £90 "per ton. *..,.:?'?,."?'?.:.. v. v v; ..? ThOp-OTce^pfvcpjppefj regains, un changed, ors7l 15s per ton. 7. ... ..,,. ? Co?BfeTf?'naito''r...

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Sir Henry Parkes at Orange. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Sir Henry Parkes at Orange. IN replying to the toast of "The Minis-<*> try" at the banquet given in his honor at Orange on Saturday night. Sir Henry Porkes is reported by the Evening News. to have made the following/speech. It is an important delivorance at the pre sent juncture, and we therefore print it in fall: ~"-' ?che premier's, speech. Sir Henry Parkes was received with lond applause, on : rising, and- when it had somewhat subsided he said: The Mayor had been good enough to greatly flatter -him and the Ministry, but, liko an adroit servant of the community, he bad interwoven with the whole a series of compliments to tho town. He (the speaker).'would .not.complain.of this, since it was his- Worship's duty to do his best for the town, and he had "refer red to the fact that the town had wants to be supplied and grievances to be re dreejei.,.:.;, Any. '.stranger., looming to Orange would bo at a loss to conceive what grievances itcould possibly have. AH seemed happy...

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The Poet's Corner. THE DREAMS OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

T he Poet's Corner. THE DREAMS OF YOUTH. ''Graphic." I built me a vessel long years ago, And I fitted it out like the galleys of old; Its sails were as white as the fresh-fallen snow, And Its bows were resplendent with crimson and gold, iv bnlwarka were firm, and Its ma-ta strong and taU, Ana a gray-coloured pennon on high was spread; The l*au,ty o( Youth lent a chnrm to it all, Asaaauiiagoof Hope was its proud flgvro-lieiul. I laancticd &oiio morn in tho spring of the year, When the broraes were low, and-the aunbeams wero bright; Andl.inthoprtdaotmy youth, liad no feat ';?,-". " Oftn<* strengthof the waves, or tho gloom of tho night. ~ ,. . go I dreamed of tho riches my galley would bring From/ the lands whers no barque had been,over before; '? ."?.' *'-' ' But the summer passcp:by, ond, spring woro round to Spring, ''" '' ' "'.' And my vessel returned not, alas, to tha shore 1 At length one dark autumn it pome back to mc^, BatiU touts wore all broken; it* bows w...

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 1880. Local News, etc, [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 1880. Local News, etc, THE Iguanais a harmless, and by no means a useless reptile In some countries its flesh is esteemed as much a delicacy as a young chicken. Another of its uses consiss ': ability to destroy snakes. If only for ':. this quality/alono it should command the ?respect of m'ankmil, and not to he subjected to the cruel tortures too often indicted upon it.- *On ; 'a'reoont Sunday two young men on the|r,,way to Workwofth, como across an Iguana, and, being, of course, students of natural Science, they determined to experi ment hpoh 1 it;' A correspondent informs ns tbat -tbey commenced whistling several tubes... including tho now forgotten (?) ;",@randfatber'a Clock," "Babies on our ? Bloc-:,!' and Other equally lively strains. It mbst have been the elevating or saddening character of these: tunes which mesmerised the rcptilo. Having held it in spell for aomo time the taller of tlio twain killed it with'cbndiacnibl6 difficulty ...

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Odds and Ends. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Odds and Ends. (From all Quarters.) A SYDNEY lady gains the distinction of being the bet-dressed lady on the lawn of the Flemington racecourse. Every candidate as yet before the electors has playod ono suro card. Tho declaration that ho Jb ia favour of a " free and unfettered Pross" Is mado by each speaker, aud is always rocoived with applauso. At a meeting of tho Execativo Council of Victoria, it was decided that Kelly's execution abould take placo on the llth in?lant. " Sanctuary shoos" is the last English dovica for tho promotion of the comfort of worshippers. Thoy ore warranted not to squonk. Mr. Brot Harto has becomo a regular contributor to tho St. James Gazette, the new London nowHpapor. It is announced the Government intend Increasing tho hours of labour in tho different officos,' It ia proposed to mako tho closing time 5 instead of 4 o'clock. What a blow this will be to tho gay youths who delight to dp tbo block every afternoont Hia Honor Mr. Justice Faucott hos been aufi'o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

iTo the 'Electors of Patrick's Plains. *._ Constituency, to allow myself to bo Minuted aa a Candidate for yonr suffrages, Smaeh pleasure in acceding to the re "i Slahoold I bo elected will do my P" ?in forward the intorcsta, not only of Snort important district, bnt those of tho ?jjny generally. THAT MEASURES of vital importance , k „a no doubt yon are awaro will be Jht before the next Parliament. I tako *!. __ri? opportunity of explaining I*o7 views Mfonsomo of the loading topics, but ?11 when I meet at tho vanoua polling i j_ aive you *"? much moro extended Seat of my Political opinions. 1 may hie that I am 1 ik FAVOUR of tho Education Act aa atj.Uihed by law. AVERSE to any tax upon labor, and ?*<??? an export duty on coal to b-r a Sal policy, fnaamuch aa other coal-pro, fvL colonies where such tax doq? not ?ut coald compete with us in our owe and spoil our busines? in theirs. ENTIRELY OPPOSED to Chinese being toed to come into the colony, as also to t_r Government mone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

Ah, ,Mon Dew I—This, we presume, is the extatic exclamation of the Swiss moun taineer as he lays his hund on his diaphragm after tossing off a modicum of" Dew of the Alps," as a stomachic and appetizer. This old cordial of the Helvetian is truly delicious to the palate as weU as refreshing to the exhausted inner man, and we cordially ? thank Messrs. M, Moss and Co., agents of the proprietors for Australia, and through them only can it bo obtained. Wo advise the manufacturers to send moro of it and to keep sending it. The miners like it, as do the stock farmers and cuttle tenders; so do the city folks, as in fact docs everybody. Of the sanitive properties as a restorative and antidote to malaria, there can be no doubt. And then tho flavour—per Jove I is a draught for Jurio when she banquets.—Advt, Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of the most formidable and chronic characters have- been cured by Holloway's remedies. Ulcerations which havo proved themselves incurable by any oth...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 November 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. The cattle market is very dull. Beef is 11s. to 13s. Sheep are a little brisker. Shorn wethers are 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d.

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