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MOUNTAIN FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
MOUNTAIN FLOWERS THE Lovely wooden village Lies far breath our eyes. The [?]are tinkling Where rocky hillsarise; - ?>_?_?_?*__? ???*?. Kolanabi-__—&_. 0*?-__?t-_ T__d pathway,. . -, JU?_-?_*c_r tbe &lt;__???_. _&__!_ __to?y cr_n_t-__ .&lt;>raw-?m__*-ra_-. 'i A|Kttli_t__C____-a-ba___' , .Axn ?____?; at oor-Mt.. -)Q.tl?aytrty?r_-d?ivolrtKnt.?n?-r Tncrnrloaked betocti ?Wnh ?_u_i_ti_ taeebM, Icwdtac-iM^Mnylaow. 3n& new Z atoop-aad sfttbet ' -be lo___&lt; X tt. J___ VMi) tiny &bMM__ grinn b-g_dno_i ton—. X form* tte nob. JotwU, Xw oakau aqaVbaat bomiv' __ Mm t_>r?clty_-&lt;w_it .In*, For tbe b??_tj ot ttwtr Bo__ "Wtan ia tb? __ ot __. ' WeeHmb ____?_r_-l: - Vrlwi the jteh. Era— n__n. That w*r??o aim and rtflL Tbn rock* don ia —__ wv. Tbo'alr is-bvrp md oold.; ' We c___oe belp' fogtefcting _-?_.__iiqer 4mj* ot old. Butthoas&tfc-ffre*- token,. Ba_H pta__a teUl a_._t; Stoop, down, nnd ],c absll gatb— jLUmm-Ib e...
MESSES WOLPE AND BADGERY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
MESSES WOLPE AND BADGERY'S REPORT. Stations: The demand is still noticeable for large properties, but the dryness of the season and fall in vatne of stock imparts a dulncss to business xuider this Tti*hi^; Fat cattle : The trade are stall holding a fall supply, and from the numbers near to market wo sec no prospect of any improve ment in value. We hare some very neat cattle close at hand, which, ire will yard us soon as tlic trade require supplies. Best quality this week may be quoted at 20a. per 100 lbs.; 185. ditto for medium; inferior dnllafca redaction. We hare sold Messrs. Sanger Bros. , 19 calls at jE6 to £6 195.; Messrs.W. and C. DnrhamV colls at JE6. Stare cattle: A considerable reduction on prices' obtainable this time last year has to be Bobntitted to to effect sales. It is simply this—the wholesnlq southern boyeis have no market to buy for, and will not attend here, then the supply of cattle is greater than we require for local purchasers: this> coupled with the appear...
Commercial Intelligence. MAITLAND STOCK REPORTS MESSES BLUNKER AND SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Commercial Intelligence. MAITLAND STOCK REPORTS MESSES BLUNKER AND SPARKE'S REPORT. £?*-?? r> v, _m. ni'i. ca account of 1' 0 K.-R r?j_ ' S'jnl* Still" run, ua tiot-Ud, furjC32i>7, cash, J. EckTord, In purchaser. The. demand for desirably stal -' steel fattening properties is well maistaweg^ Fat Cattle : The attendance of bayerc a* > the yards 3uts been- store limited daring this weei than for some tiiae. Sales -wete, conse quently, Idull* and: prices 'latEaeA denote so improvement in -ralijfc. / "We hxve got* en . account "AT £: Joanstone, atfiT 15b. to£?*&lt;vj tesess-CEft?roe,3s „ boUack?Coins>at JSS9s.to£727s.; Jeneifc , bullock* at £$ 3b.; Cbbbfe, bollock* and cones, &t£s32s. to XS2S- Quotations t 20. to 31s.seraOO-n*s. . ?> Stbre Cattle.: The exoessive heat" vaning , .timJUghont the week has h?4 s prewdicial effect, cassias **&? to-pass off langvncDy auii twrjers to exhibit extreme- S cautioa lest the jcematxsder of the season should proT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
YOT E f o- :_ ? BRQ-vri\E-. . Electors si! -.-ov.-.til I.-:: rid:'. I'l'slnc, Make ch-k-t; _-f -l_i_._ --L_'„'l do lii_ be.l To gra_ the rights of man. : And sing-hit. ai/vcr-dj fc:i . . l_et _l encore the sound ; V7_3e every echo sromid repeats, "We have selected Browne V ? ' On this terrestr__risle ro laige A tr_.crfri.u_d uq'ct stood ; In Mm each, actios, word, and thought "Will all be for your good. ?While virtue, honesty, and troth," -Ith. anion to s__rot_3d ; . . " We'll __way_'ba__: with __il'__id t-Otb &lt;h_ towns-nat- William Browne ! The irasti ujrs where he'll win the ?prize ' The truth will tell ujiboufrht ; Opposieuts Aye .hou'.U wish then, well Although ihey're l>ro tight to nought. Er.ch man. and hoy will j with joy. And ladies in their hair. They'll cleriite their candidate, Who fairly won the chair. You patriots around these plains, Petition out and all, .Hush on with tongue?, but hot vritli guns, Kepel coercive law; And crash those barsfc and penal code...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Correspondence. Contribution must be accompanied with the real name and address of the dent, not necessarily for publication, but as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be borne in mind that nx do not bg inserting letter* convey any opinion favorable to their content*. We open onr column* to alt nrithout leaning to any, and thussupply a channel for the publication'of opinion* of all shade*. We referee to our selves the right to eliminate all objectionable matter from letters. Correspondents are particularly requested to serito only on one side of the paper.
LATE TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
LATE TELEGRAMS Paris, November 6- With reference to the statement lately made that France had notified her intention to support the views of Austria, Russia, aud G"eniinny 'coiiccriiiiip; the coiicf-sion of commercial treaties direct with Ron mania, the'_.rciich Government. now dssavo-TS" -raving"tnJi-Ji : aeti __ '>/.'' ? T-Ondon, -_ovembcr 11). —-Tlie Tilne of British exports in October was £21,873,000, showing-a decrease of eleven-Lie-tenths of a mitloii. The value of imports was £27,750,000. Sanf antler, November 12. — After obstinate lighting the nnder Don Carlos, were defeated by tho Bo pnblicans niider General Lassoro, and coitfpeHcd'to abandon the sicgo of Iran. Don Carlos has retreatcd-to the _norm ' tains'.'' Berlin, SToTember 13.-—Thirty ."West pTiaTinji ladies ? have been sentenced to' -pay- fines of 'one hundred thalers each, or suffer three weeks' imprison lneat,'ifrr T>re_ntivtg ,au address to the i Bishop.of 3fuastcr.. - .. J ?Count Ariu_a is again under arrest...
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY Tuesday, Dec. 15, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY Tuesday, Dec. 15, 8 p.m. The Cable is still interrupted. Warden has been re-elected for Shoalhaven; and It R. B. Smith for the Hastings without opposition. At il_ "West Sydney nomination tbe slus- t>fhnn&lt;ls vast in favor of Rotiertsoit, Danjfar, nncl Tlioniton. A sbocfc of eartb(i?._l_e was felt at GonUmm on -rlcimlay. ' Slcssrs. Gc-iM and May, from Sydney, ivre caiulitlntes for tbe Mutlgco ete?tanttc. - MeHf-ts. Bootb amT Jobnscn's timber mill., iit Jobnson's Bay, were burnt to tlie gronml on Monday night. Tito loss of timber is estimate!, nt ten thou suntl pounds mid was unt-' itisnrod. 'Xho -Hiilding alone wis 'in sured. Inspector Road has been gazetted" siipcriiit-iidi-ii of police.
The Election for Patrick's Plains. Nomination Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
The Election for Patrick's Plains. Nomination Day. THE nomination of candidates contesting the election for the representation of Patrick's Planuns, took place on Monday last at the courthouse. There were about 180 electors present-, which, considering that there are in the district upwards of 1500, must be con sidered, a very small muster. - . At noon, Mr. J. C S. M'DOUALL. the Be tuming-OJBcer, opened the proceedings by citing the authority under which he had been cmfioiverod to call the electors together. He said he hoped they would give each candidate a fair and impartial hearing, and he called upon the proposer of Mr. Browse. Mr. M_.TT_l_w W__Bl>El.l_ then came for ward amidst applause, and addressed the meeting. He begged to propose their late member as a fit andpropcr person to represent them in the Parliament of New South Wales. It really put-him ont to know why there was a contest at all. He hod asked the supporters of Mr. Browne's opponent for their reasons for opposing...
Arrival of the English Mail. Via Suez (From the Herald. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Arrival of the English Mail. Via Suez (From the Herald. Adelaide, Thursday. The Ceylon anchored at 9 o'clock this morning, after a fair passage. She encountered a strong gale on the 7th of December, -which continued till the 8th. tfEXKr-AT/ S _T-_MABT. London, October 30. j The cession of the .Fiji Islands-to i ' the British Crown is. generidly'approved I by the organs-f public opinio;/. ' The sudden death, of Mr. Eddy on I the platform'-of the-' Glasgow -Railway Station, " while _ti&lt;_t___g the Social Science Congress, produced a pro . fou-ndly painful- sensation.-.amongst ' colonii-ts. —' ' '?- ' A true bill for.libel has been returned agniust Dr. Kmeally, the prosecutor being. ,MrS!..-;,Pittemlreig,, .a.witness against the Claimant on the late trial. ' A testimonial of silver plate lias been voted, by Otago, to Cap tain Jacque-lart, For having rescued shipwrecked emi grants off the New Zealand "coast. It was- ? by 'Dn.-'Featherstone to Marshal M'Mahon, in presence of th...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Local and General News. THE WEATHER- There is no change to report in the weather since our last issue. Stock MOVEMENTS- The stock move-&lt;*> ments at Jerry's Plains for the week ending on Hth December Jm.ro been ns follows:— Btk December, t?) fat cattle, from Gorian t? Sydney, owner, Mr. Charles Capcl ; in. charge- of >fr. A. Draper. Otli December, 2(K? fnt cnltlc, from 3lynlt to Ncotsficlrt ; oivnKS, Mecsrji. Dangar; in charge of Mr. J. Pollct. 10th December, -JO xrcH-bred bull* from'Mtiihnbah. to Mr. M'Kny'x stations, in rfmrpc of Mr. J. Mniilen. 12th December, 2((W>fnC xheeii, do.tincil fi.r Sydney market, in, charge of ilr. Willium dee. Mil. UnowXE's JicKTliiu, —Mr. Rrburue addressed untrants of forty elector* at Goor ajiijoola mi H?innlny vveniUK- Mr. S. Atkin- Mm, of occupied ilia'cTiair. 3tr. nrowrio spolo lit mine length runccmiug the deviation in the mud to tioofangttoln. which we rrgret our inability to place Iwforo our render*, owing to the ilemautls on ...
THE CHURCH AND THE SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
THE CHURCH AND THE SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours, Mr. Editor, SUBSCRIBER. SIR— I am not one of Sir. Bowman's com-&lt;*> mittee, but election or no election, a bargain is a bargain, and to break faith [?] certainty not right, and especially where children are concerned. - Is it afact, as Tarn informed, that the Minister of the; Kpiscopal and the teachers of that and the Kon__a Catholic Schools, consented to their children attend-' ing the.Mayor's picnic, and tliat, on the morning of the day. the bell was rang for school, and that'the children were requested fheday previouslynot togo fls this sir, afact 1 Can you tell ns ? Children are taught by example, and how can we expect them to keep their word, if taught after this style 1 People talk abont teaching their religion, they tell as the heart as well as the intellect most be educated. Is this the hind o£ religion to teach them, to make a bargain to-day, bnt to break it to-morrow? Is this educating ...
Cricket. (From the Bathurst Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Cricket. (From the Bathurst Times.) I remain, &c. Square Leg. AT a special meeting of the New South "Wales Cricketing Association, hold at Tattersall's on Thursday last, after some preliminary business had been got through,tlie Selection Commit to brought up their report, and handed iv a list of players chosen to represent the colony* iv the forthcoming International Mdtcli, to be played at Melbourne on BoJciug Day, "and two' days following. The report was confirmed, and tho following are thp names of tho men selected (13, the emergency man not named z to be left to a select committee of throe after I the practice in Melbourne): —Banner- ' man, Coatcs, Gilbert, Gregory, E. Gregory, D. Lawrence, Morgan, Powell, Sheridan, Spofforth, Thompson, Tindall, and Woods. ' &lt; Most of tho players are well known to your cricketing readers, but it may jiot' lie out of place here to give you n_y opinion of their several capabilities. - 1 will not take the men in order of merit, e...
DR.WHITE'S LECTURE. (To the Editor Of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
DR.WHITE'S LECTURE. (To the Editor Of the Singleton Argus.) Your obedient Servant, ALBERT J. GOULD. 4th Dec. 1874. SIR- In your report of the lecture on Education Secular. Compulsory, and Free, delivered by the Rev. Dr. "White in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday evening last, and at which I occupied the chair, I am inaccurately reported as having said "J, wished it to he understood that I did not tnkc the chair as a supporter. I had pre viously expressed myself in favor of the League and my opinion was still the same." What I did say was, "In taking the chair I did not do so as a supporter of the views enunciated in the previous lecttue by the Rev. Dr. White,, as I considered many of them erroneous, and was still of the same opinion." I did not even mention the League. Your reporter'says "there was an audience of abont 60. persons present at the lecture. This has been pointed out tome as being considerably below the actual number which might more correctly have been placed at fro...
Lost Willy. (A complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Lost Willy. (A complete Tale.) The world had used Mrs. Monson rather hardly in her youth. She had been a poor man's daughter and a poor man's wife, and at eighteen a poor man's Tindow; not of that class of humble poor, content -with thoir hard. lot, bat of the genteel order of poverty, -whose greatest grief is their ehame of their condition. Besides all this, she had one trouble more bitterly felt than tho rest —the loss of her only child. , Wo say lott advisedly ; far although there was every probability of his death, his mother had never had tho sad con solation of weeping over hi* coffin. Xeft alone by the river side for a brief space-of time, through the carlessness of a child to -whose care he was en trusted, he was .not to be fonnd when sought for; and there ms every proba bility that he had been drowned. Yet there was also a hope that he had wandered away; -a hope that clung to bis mother's mind after it' had been abandoned by every one else, and which kept her in v constant ...
Insolvency Court. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 December 1874
Insolvency Court. SURRENDER. December 9.- Archibald m'Lachlan, of Plattsbargh, miner Cause of sequestration. Unable to work through ill health. Lia-&lt;*> bilities £358 4s. 2d. Assets, £36 10s. 8d Deficiency, £321 13s. _L Official assignee, Mr. J. ('. Mackenzie. Samuel Nathan, 3, Gonlbum-. treet East, nnd of the Markets, Georjje-streets, hawket and general dealer. Cause of sequestration : I'rcsvKure of creditors, and sickness in family. Liabilities, £290 lis. Assets; £40. De ficiency. £250 lis. Official assignee, Mr. Alfred Sandeman. Edwin Hussey, of ? G7, IJirerpool-street 'West, chair-caner. Cause of sequestration : Pressure, of judgment creditor, and depres sion of business. Liabilities, £47 3s. Id, Assets. £0 10s. Deficiency, X 37 Bs. Id. Ollidnl a-trij.ee, Mr. J. P.* Mackenzie. George Wakley. of 10, Kcllett-street. Darlinghurst, labourer. Cause of sequestra tion: Pressure of Judgment creditor. Lia bilities £39 Bs. 4d. Assets, X 7. Official assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphre...