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Items of Latest News [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
Items of Latest News The Ipswich Railway will be opened in March next. The Rev. Mr. Thackeray has been again cited by the Bishop of Newcastle to answer the iame charges as those which caused the late action in v th? Supremo Court. _~ t r During .the past \r_. " 65,0G9> sovereigns were issued from the Sydner "mint, aad _-._>Qo__ We i_nd_--__a"'-__-t the Chinese* apprehended in thft?antcr : suspiap-u &lt;*C„ hemg as. aSton-iweS*, §ttf qfifcoa. f Swamp, and. remanded _. TTwlla, has, &lt; been detainedat M-.tferT.i-,pending eobc' ' enquiry being made as: to, smother [ if itasproba-feSiw | pfri^mer was'ctfac-ihed jnTu * ?*" _; Currycombs for the million aremaan. -| factored chiefly at WilfchhalL ? | Sl__-oras-i_r-, -here 20,000 I turned out. Walsall is the next largest | seat of this iudustrv. and turns ont about 203U ... k!y. , _ Chlori--. o. lirtv" or l-_ac_..___g powder ! is i-._-.uf_...j_._o.. in tJre.it Britain to the 'extent of-.(..>,._ J-.:.. v._m.ally. _,...
ALL SAINTS PARSONAGE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
ALL SAINTS PARSONAGE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours faithfully, B. BACKHOUSE, Architect. SIR— In Saturday's issue of your paper, I noticed a letter signed "A Parishioner," con-&lt;*> taining a series of [?] on the proposed. Church of England Parsonage. As this respondent has evidently fallen into a van _ty of ? mi-takes re.pi. ;t;:i£ the liimcr.sions. ,_e— of the propc_>l X have _h_._i;}it it. ns -well to forward y.-.;: ior publication the .n -'clos-il letter rcc-i-rci by ni. fro:-.: M-.Bac-' -hous_, the architec- l.ho'.oi, this in'o__n_i£. which may jH-rhaps render the matter clearer to those intcn.s_eil- A-, this letter fully re.plies to the o'_jfjction_ X' _il no-. occupy yonr space l,y mj..l£ replying thereto. One thins, I may, h -wever. lie pir_n:ttc-il to notice. "Parisnioner" _j_. ''a _n:-t_i_ b.ia teen _a_ ia cut tho. grotind, the st_ ioI-,cte&lt;l >is;vaa_iy bri3jjin2 the }&lt;_?_. po_t_an w-tfcio Good Ttiuca, t-vcw -h ?!,, g...
SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. November 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
SINGAPORE QUOTATIONS. November 21. Per lb- Black pepper, [?] white, [?] coffee, Polembang, 8d., Balli 7d; pearl sago, small, [?]; tapioca, emdium, [?]; nutmegs, 3s.; mace, Bs'. ; rice,. per ton, Siam, mill cleaned, :£2 , 19s. 7y\. ; common cargo, £G Ifls. oil., Saigon cargo, £618s. sd. Cigars, per thousand, Veitr:i Pabono, £3 B*. 3d.; Cante Cortatloes, £4 3s. 2J. Exciiango, . Sydayy or Melbourne, thirty &lt;lays.' sight, -is." -id. , Freight, by Torrt-s sstraits'. £'?! to' £.5 per ton. Insurance, lAi ; l>. P. A.. 2Jil. W. A. rice :s likely Lo lie plentiful. Coals (juict at 12.50 dollars ; Cardiff, 10.50 dollars; r ost Hartley' and Australian, 3.50 iloilarc, ex ship. Charteis for rice ports xir&lt;_- o3*;rj:ijf at fair rates;, and, with large crops, to?::age is .Hke'y to be in good dora:nul, and full jirjcus paid. ' Vessels taken to load from the Riilipines to Jv.ujland :md Unitel -States, ~.js. ?to O'lL for sugar; 'Jijs. to IOOs. for A sail accident occurred at Gr...
Correspondence, [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
Correspondence, Contribution must be accompared with the real name and address of the Correspon-&lt;*> dent. not necessarily for publication, but as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be home in. mind that ire do not bi/ insert,,,] letter.: conreg any opinion farorable to iheir co.itents. IVc ojien our Columns to nil n-it.jiotti 7caning tn izni/,uutl tit ns _;.;_&lt;./ a channel for c.lie viibUcaiion of opinion* of all xhiidcs. I>_ rc-scrre to on'r __?&lt;?.. the right to rlioiimite all chjcciinmzeilc matter from letters. Correup.vdeitts are particularhj requested to irrite only on one side of the paper.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
,T___i? Ct>._ri.__ioNs;—How __toy thoti__n_- o j * la_-_. U_r_: art; who lw>*z wu. mid jfaded, while yet &> 1 ! .-:_r_y lif.*; to all *uch K-txw tvhirfpcr aw-onl. Tonfcn* j in liUltiTOL'S _A__SAPAIU ______ tiic* ______ of re- ? f -.tori::;; vnur colour* bright-__:.£ your i-ve*, svrrc__i_C j vo:ir i)rv__._, you M.nn**. frenera! beiUtfa. "? j liDhLOWiy's O!ST_r_,TT ASD PILLS.—A ?? i*. i Al*._____. _-*_.__-, _-._:_;_, and S.jresof every description- | | —Tii- Tcr>- ?_it_.f:w:_.ry r_?-alt_ arising from the ux&lt;&. j thl; inv.Lluji.il-,* Ointment wh.-n j._uicn_. have beat - 1 from any of !..?.- disorder*, hare induced I t'.tr j!-,tlic.vl I _-&lt;>_Vs. .on to introdnce it Into _? Si.*pi _.___; u:_J tL.-ir priv.iie practice* and in _?_. ;r_-?_,c?_ v.h-.ri: t.u. mi !_____- w_-. consitlcTC. in__i__t.' Hollow. i_'s Ointment, In con junction with his I_U?-I_* -'] hcalc. the" ii:y-_ a'_"i-rntte as* . Then* medicines *? i _!_. uiilvjii.j:.-.! f...
Mr. A. Bowman's Meetings. BROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
Mr. A. Bowman's Meetings. BROKE. As per advertisement, Mr. A. Bowman's opening electioneering meeting was held at Broke on thursday afternoon last. Con-&lt;*> sindering the unfavorable time the meeting took ;il:ice, and t'-e ?J?J oj?.r-.tin-w &lt;>£ barvcst-tiuic, then: was a very fair attendance It was moved by Mr. HaKIUS, p-ccouded by Hγ. BI*XXA>JD, "and carried, that Mr. COB CBOFX take -the chair. After a lew remarks, expressing: a wish that, they woulS gtfet the, candidate mi'Jm- 1 Mri Eowinan. to address the meetmgi ~ - Mr. BowitAS Raid, as the weather woe so extremely warm, ne would, not attempt, to occupy their time very long. "He was there almost against bis -will - but after receiving such a flattering requisition signed by bo many influential gentlemen, he Kelt Tjonnd to respond to their wishes. By ,tba,t wjWJ I ? si tten, - it would' be peea'Tie uiJdejF We wiog of a nuniberot tbe electors, of, that district. He thought he* -would be able to serve ...
SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
SINGLETON. last night the electors of Patrick's Plains were addressed by Mr. [?] Bowmen, in the hall of the Mechanics' Institute, at 8 o'clock. The place was comfortably filled. Mr. Gould occupied the chair, and in xatro during; the candidate snd lie had to apologise for Mi. Bovmaa'XKit being:'ablo' to address tfiem at *iry lengtU owing to a telegram jnst received infortning-Mm o£ the death of an uncle, Sir. Bowman'was'icceivcA witb' applause He reiterated hia political opinions tsxpreseed. at TSroice, nnd e tlieii,tlic meeting i&lt;a?- left open, for the askingTof-tiUcstipne; ,1 -' ? ~*' ' Mr. BtvWMAJr answcrcil several questions adilTCKsetf io htm \>y 3!x. .' A rote oi confidence proposed by Burnett, taiH Kccouded Jti , . Gakimneh, vms carried nDauunouslj , . [The lateness at the boar lias compelled us to greatlj abridge this report.—El)., £_&lt;J.] >
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
AMERICA. Louisiana, in the United States, has barely escaped civil war. President Grant has assumed a deter-&lt;*> mined attitude, and threatens to take the- field himself. The revolt has collapsed, a compro mise having been signed by the contending parties. President 'Pardo "barely escaped assassination, forty-two shots having been fired at liiin by his assailants. The troops. in Buenos Ayres have revolted. General Mitro commands the insurgents.
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 December 1874
JAPAN. The revision of the treaties between Japan and the European Powers is far from satisfactory. (From, the Ecrald.) Passengkek. —To Brisbane front Singapore, Messr?- Cullen and Davies ; front Batavia, Colonel Fielding; for Sydney, Mrs. Holland, Mr. Park, Mr. M'Taggart, and. fourteen others. Tho deck; cargo for Brisbane consists of 40 tons i thatfor Sydney of 80 tong ; and that for Melbourne of 40 tons. When the mail steamer passed tho volcanoes Kombo and Lohetohi they were in a state :of great activity, emit ting much Dame and smoke.