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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 10 November 1880

aperients '*' ' MOULTON'S FRUIT PILLS, SOLID EXTRACT OF FRUIT, An Elegant Preparation and Perfectly TasteW?, ill PUBGK, BEGULATE, BTJBIFY, CLEANSE AND BTBENGTDEN Mo niton's Fruit Pills for the Cure of all Disorders Of tlio STOMACH, Liver, Bowcle, Kidneys, Bladder, Nfervous Diseases, Headache, Con stipation, CostivtncaS, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, BiUiousness, Fever, Inuamation of tbo Bowelp, PJee and all Derangements of the Internal Vi?Ccra. ' WAJiKANTEO TO EFFECT A POSITIVE CFSE. Made from tho PURE SOLID EXTBACr ?F FBtJIT, nnd containine no Mercury or Delefer lo u? Drugs. t PRICE, IS- 3d.— SOLD SY ALL WHOLESALE AND JIBTAIL DEALEBS. se??liioh:h)r The Great Itlood Purifier, etr!kr>qnl£lir-Tnr>tof t!io (ilseiteii b> rarlfjlng the Blood, Itcstorlns tho Wtct and KHncy* to a rtcnlthy Action, Mic invto m".X th? Scrron-TSystran lhc BLOOD MIMICJJEK U udkiiOJrinigoU by l>h?.icio;u to )x> the &?t r"rilhrinrto" Ihliiumml. .pa* in Its priJac ?>io have been stored to hrtlt...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 1880. The Official Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 10 November 1880

The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 1880. The Official Programme. The country has at long last something definite to consider as regards the thoughts and intentions of the Govern-<*> ment. The Premier's speech has filled . a ypid which was becoming'rather irri tating. To. tho tanlinuHs of tho Cabinet in ; tnnking known Hβ policy must bo i? a groat nionenro tho apathy th<it hae bo fur charnotcrised the past fey? jiyqoke,; which, boing tho ovo of a olootion, might naturally hnvu , ijeon Hiippoaecl to bo n titno of groat agitation and .politicnl excitement. Our ?ill, find Sir HekuV Paiikks' epe^oli,on pur. tir.it pngo of Inst issuo. Tuoro is little! that is brilliant about it, And lues that is new; but, on tho whole, informs an ncccptablo programme for tjjo coming Parliament, and ombodioa l?jiich thnt ie urgeutly necaesary in tho wey ; of legislation. To a largo e?t<Wf jt:Bhow? a Conservatiro spirit— an indleposition to allow the iroo-trado ...

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Items. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 10 November 1880

Items. (From all Quarters.) IT is reported that crinolines are again coming into fashion in London. Aus-<*> tralians pray that they may stop there! The Field says of Murdoch's at Ken- nington Oval:." Mr. Murdoch's splendid innings will never be forgotten." Land and Water says—" His (Mr. Murdoch's) innings will rank a fitting companion to the many brilliant performances recorded on the Surrey ground." The Daily   News says—-"Mr. Murdoch's innings     in particular may be said to be beyond all praise." The Times speaks in the highest terms of every member of the Australian team. A young gentleman from the Audit Department has beon appointed. £o: the office in tbe Lands lately vacatod by Mr. Croft. The significance of this needs no comment. It was computed that tho dresses and other grmonts worn by tho fair, sox at Flemington on tho Melbourne Cup day, cost considerably over £1,000,000. Who was tho computer 7 . '.-. . The demonstratio...

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THE GREAT SCULLING CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

THE GREAT SCULLING CONTESTS. Through the courtesy of Mr. Hunt, of Trickott's International Hotel, we (Evening News) have been shown the following cablegram:— " London, Nov. o.—Australians nro gathering in forco onch day ns tho time arh'wp ? Tiigh for iho champion race, and aft ihoro than ever confident thnt Trickett must'win. Ho has done n grand trial. Tbo betting is now even." London, Nov. 8. |aw,cpck has challenged to row either Boyd or Elliott; or both of them, over. the usual course on tbo Thames, tor £200 aside. No' responno has yet been ireceived' to this offer, but it is con. ?tdered probable that the frends of the English scullcre vriil afford Lsycock an oppohnnity of trjirg hls ehiU against

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AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. London, Nov. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. London, Nov. 8. Owing to a rumour of an intended invasion by persons sympathising with the victims of the League, the people in the greater part of the county Mayo aWaMbing. ' ' .' '? /i' ' ''?. agitation has been nroused in Ireland, owing to the stepu taken by the Government to bring tho leaders of Lcoguo to trial. Meetings wortJ yeetorday about to bo held in many partaoftbo country to protest against the proceedings which nro about to be instituted, and many eigns of agitation areipereistontly maintained. . Nov. y. Tho aspect of aflairs in lrolnnd is alarming. . Sectarian preja'dfcee havo licon nroused, and the excitement and bitterness of fooling dis rilayed.-'by' tho' tenant claw generally Iβ being iritoneified by religious bigotry party conMdcTntion*. Tho Orango jlnrty , nro nsiiig their iniluonco in favour qf,tho landlords, and against tbo violent measures proposod by the leaders of the Land Longuo. An Orango cxjioditiou , has been organised to proceed to 4...

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European Cablegrams. (from the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov.8. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

European Cablegrams. (from the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov.8. THE monastic expulsions are causing increased excitement in France. Form Chartreuse the priests emigrated to Switzerland. ? *riio troops are starving ont the .in-' mates of tho monastery at Tnrnscon. | .The papers roviow.very? favourably! to work jnst issued by Sir Charles ?fan |>ijflyv|ntitlflt! '< A Thirty Yeaw': Ifubo towii of lately besieged -itjfc the v v Kurde,vis:.?. ngain in a ?critical! Vj>deltioni : H : ' :: "?'??"- ' ??? '"?? ? "?? "'" : A Knrdish chief has crucified thirty of hie followers "for excesses perpetrated' by them on Persian peaimnte, ' ' k ' l|ealy.,., pne of.rtho:person's charged ? wiffij jijorispirdc j^ ; 'in : conjunc'trc-n: with [ Mr"; ParrieU, is a candidate for Wex ford, tbo seat for which constituency haa become vacant. . : Hor. J. Q> Goschon, ! BjiHsq Amba?sndor ?flt' Constantinople, has intimated to the Sultan of Turkey that he; dUopprovos of tho financial meaenrea propo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

"*~Gr . PORTEE, MEDICAL HALL. FRESH and reliable SEEDS of ovory description. GEORGE STEEET, StttGLETON ELECTORATE OF nmm plaiis. MB. JOHN BROWN, of Ellersllo, Jerry's Plains, will ADDRESS THK ELKC TORB 'in accordance, with programme ne under, viz.:— . 6POtTIBWOODE,IOn.m., at Mr. Gbaham's GLENDONBROOK, 2 pm., Sir. J.lbwins' SEDGEKIELD, 4 p.tn Mr. R. Bubns' Oα MONDAY, 15th November. jjCOTT'B PLAT, 10a.m....... Mr. Doyle's BELFORD,' 2 p in............... Mr. Hunt's BBANXTON, 4.30 p.m...:,...Hr.GoLb?i?o's On TUESDAY, 16th Nov. SINGLETON' —at Oddfellowb' Hall On THURSDAY, at 8 p.m. BRIDGMAN, Friday, 19th Inst., at 10 a.m. ST. CLAIR, Friday, .10th . „ 4 p.m. GOOBANGOOLA,(Saturday,2othjat 11 a.m. OAMBEBWELL,. Saturday, 20tb, at 6 p.m. loYernfflent Notices. : . Department of Lands, '?' . Sydney, let Nov., 1880. .-i ATTENTION ie called tq a sale of Leases of Crown Landsj to be held at the Land Office, Dnngog, on the 2ith inetant comprising lands county ..Durham, pariah Tillegra. For further ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

? it A s> criminal Cbnrtj to-<lay, bcfas ? tbe iqlimf^Justice , Josiafi Bra? ;^ : Mtiry Mooro Were Rentencod— -the former ? to five years, hard labour, nndfifty IJuW and tho latter to three years' hard labour for assaulting and stealing five £5 noto. from Bobert-Everill. - * 8 WAHXEDt-A. MAN to. DRIVE ai . HORSE DRAY. Apply * Br Matthews, Surveyor,. Singleton. £2000 to a p,^ ed {tCc . ZJ a\J\J\J ? bold Bccurity. A| ply to 2 H. Mathkws; Survoyqr, Singleton. " WANTED a NURSE GIBL Am,i ~;..Jflra. Sam- Bank otM.ft W^E' y .. ' ?????? : -- 1 :;--.--Wanted;;;- ; --"-.--.-.-:-.T' ? Apply ;?? : ' '?? '?::? '?'??'? ? '?? ?"???:? ? -' ? ' CALEDONIAHOTiit. TMFOUNDED from Pike's Gully: Rta ~ A paddock pa the , Bth November. 1880 ?),? ' order of J. B. Davys, Esq.:— : \ . ; 9 | ' One rod and ;white ball. brendedWoTer? Dear rump. ? ? ? ?? - ???-..-,,: If not, released, witl-bo sold according to i Impounding Aot. . . ' ' . I . :?; ~;. PETER TRAYNOB, : ! '" ? "'? J ?'''{, Aebtoii;' . WI...

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Humour. ONE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Humour. ONE WOMAN. Denver Tribune. . COMMINS CITY is still a crude metropoli Society has not yet arrived at the white was and lawn sociable period there. There is nothing to hamper any one or threw a like some restraint around him. You walk un endndown the street without feeling, that tha vigilant eyo of : the policeman is upon you (Uid when you register at the loading hoUll the proprietor, doesa"taakho wniu-jh bag K aim you have, or , insist upon it that your valSo ought to bo blown up with a quill to give it a robust appearajice. ~ Sppakiug of tlis hotel, however, bringa t;o my mind a little , inoident which' really belongs in here. There ore two ladies at this place—tie only ones in the crity limits, if my-memory serves mc. Ono of tliceo ladies own a a lut uf poke or honso-logs,which were, at the time of whioh I epeak, on the dump, as it were ready to be used in the construction'6l anew cabin. It seems that somo of the male citizens of the corporation, without 'the fear of God or...

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Just Listen, my Son. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Just Listen, my Son. R.J Budette in burlington Hawkeyo. THIS is for young men who are afraid of working themselves to death. "And then remember, my son, you have to work. Whether you handle a pick or a pen, a wheelbarrow or a set of books, digging ditches or editing a paper, ringing an auction bell or writing funny thiuga, you must work. If you will look around you, you will boo that tho men yrho aro most able to work are tho men who work the hardest. Don't bo nfraid of killing: yourself with : ovor work, son. It is beyond your power to do that. Men cannot work so hard as that on the sunny side of thirty. They dio sometimes, but it's because thoy quit work, at six p.m., and don't get home until two a.m.: It's the intervals that kill, my son. Tho work gives you an appotito for your meals, it londe solidity to your elumbor, it gives you a perfect and grateful appreciation of a There are young men who do not work, my son; young men who mako a living by Bucking tho end of a cano, whose ...

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cricket. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

cricket. (From our Correspondent.) A CRICKET match was played at Mitchell's Flat on the 9th November, amid continuous rain, which accounts for the small scores made on either side. The chief feature of the gnmu was the splendid bowling of J. Atkitj, for the South Singleton C.C., who obtaiued IC. wickets for an nverage of two iur,e per wicket. Appended are the Bcoies :— Mitchell's Flat 2nd Eleven , .—First Inuings : H. Shepherd 12, R. Shoarer 3, \V. Shepherd 0, J. flloNulty 0, G. Ballnutyno 2, G. Bailior 0, J. Ityan 0. R. Cooper 8, W. Power 1, C, Durham fi, H. Spinks (not out) 0 ; sundries, 0 ; total, '18. Second Innings : H. Shepherd 0, I!. Shourcr 0, W. shepherds, .1. McNuUy 2, G. Ilallantyne 5, J. Hyan 2,' 31. lirunner 6, R. Cooper 0, \V, Power (not out) O, C. Durham 1, H. SpinksG ; eundiies. 1 ; total 21). Grand total, C 7. South Singleton C.C.-First Innings : J. llowcT, 3. Gould 0, J, Atkin 0, R. Ramsay ?J, T. Heuston 0, T. Coledrake 0, J. I.un casterS. K. Price 0, R. Burnotto, ...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Miscellaneous. NOTICEABLE- That the boy who is most afraid of the girls is the first to be corralled in matrimony. That the little boys prefer boys to girls. That they soon change, never ?o go back to their early love; That the little girlslove the girls best. That they don't get, over their preference bo soon as the boys dp, j someof them never, That women love tbe men beoauae they, love everything they, hove; to take eire of. iThat men love women be- > cause they oun't help it. That the mile lo?esj her bueband bo well that she has no thought* for other men. That the = husband so lovts his wife that ho lovea all women for her cake. Tuat girls'who have given, over ell hopes 01. matrimony,'or who, never bad any, love to ; flirt with- married ; men. That the married' man ie apt to think himself all-killing among; the fair sex; Bimply beoau?obe has found one woman foot ehoogh to many him. Thai homely husbands are the best; they never:! forget, the'oooiplimont paid thorn.by their-; w...

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Stringy Cabbage. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Stringy Cabbage. GEROGE ABRAHAMS was extrava-<*> gantly fond of cold cabbage, and one day seeing that quite a dishful was left after dinner, asked his wife to save it for his naiad after work- was .over. About midnight George caino home labouring under a stress ?of heavy wonthor (?) Feeling hungry, and think ing of his favourite cabbage, ho asked where it was. His wifo replied, 'Iv the panlry on tho second shelf. Down he wont, found tho cabbage, got out oil, mustard, and vinegar, cut up tho cab bago, droHscd it to Quoen'a tosto, end ato it all. In tho morning his wifo noticed tho plato of cabbage whore oho had placod it tho day beforo, and turn ing to hor ? Doar Georgo,' innocently askod why ho did not cat the cabbago. ? I did,' ho said; 'How did you like it ?' 'Oh not very woll; it was tough and striugy.' 'But hero is tho cabbage, now ; whoro did yon find any moro ? * Why on the second sholf whoro ho told mo.' A quick look at tho shelf by the wife, and then a cry of a...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov.9. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Nov.9. THe Right Hon. W. E. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, informed members of the Press of Dublin, to-day, that the meeting together of a larger number of persons than was actnally necessary to protect the crops of tho victims of tho Irish Land League would be hkoly to produce a collision, and therefore such meetings would be illegal gatherings. He stated, however, that the Govern ment would protect any persons who aided in saving the oropa of farmers who were likely to become victims of the League. ?? ?? ' ; ?. .Nov. 30. ?: The Orangemen are preparing for an invasion of , the county Mayo, in order to reach the crop? of Boycoat, ono of tho victims of the Irish Land League at Ballinrobe. A strong military force hae been despatched to the spot. A stormy ecene has occurred in the French Senate. The members of the Bight exhibit intense feeling in regard to the March decrees. Tho installation of Alderman M'Ar thur as Lord May...

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HILLS OF ASHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

HILLS OF ASHAM. —Jean Scofield in the Atlantic. LIKE the glare of a blood-red furnace the August sun went down Over the hills of Asham, with the drouth's long was[?]ing brown, And, BUorn of the graoe of twilight, atone! , ,:\: step,plunged iho uight Into tbe purple vapour that had drank, tho .. ?? dey'd iftbt light. .'? ... ;' : V .\ ,;. ?,' ; Dread fell with; tbe dark on Asham, where teaohiDK?, mouUed at first, / The slow and cruel summer into xips belief had norsed; . ? ? ? ' Tbe trump of judgment to-morrow was to '> thrill with tbb isoleinn sound T'ae living amid their laboms, the dead in ? tuoir graves proloand ! And bo, hs,'the raahed [downward, in his door sat Jasper Lbe, And borne on ita. lutid boeom, beheld eternity. " 'Tie thae," to himaelf he muttered, " that tho earth her Juiigo should ihoee, With tbe olonde of beaven upgalheredj to inaku a path for Hie fedt." ; Bat the calm on his musing forehead broke iuio an angry fltme, 'When his fair-haiied daughter.Alice o'er, th...

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Wind and Water. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Wind and Water. "QUILL" writes thusly in the Tamworth News: The prophetic announcement, "and the lion shall lie down with the lamb," came to pass to a certain extent at the second evening's sittings of tho Technological. Conference now being hold at tho Sydney School of Arts. In; tho chair sat his Honor Judgo Windeyer, and in anothor bosido him Mr. E. E.; Wators, ? editor of tho Evening News, and author of tho article out of which arose the celebrated c.nso ofcontoropt of Court. Each woro such a compla cent " peaco-and-good-will-to-all-mon" sort of countenance, that it was hard to identify tho lion, and easy to believe that they were both lambs. Judgo Windeyor opened tho discussion with a windy speech, Editor Waters closed it with a watery one—that is, the chairman lotting but a good deal of wind in his speech, the editor taking in a good deal of water in his. It is now thought that the locture announced to bo given on; Wind and Water has somo reference to the presence of these func...

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Trickett and the "Referee" [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Trickett and the "Referee" "PENDRAGON," in the Referee(London) of June 16, 1878, after referring to the match between Boyd and Elliott, con-<*> cluded with the following remarks corning Trjokett'e accident:— ' . " Should, however, the story of the Aus tralian's accident be true, we shall get a frosh complexion on affairs. Far bo it from mo to wish anyone any harm, bnt unless .the injury is very sovoro, I don't think Trickott will hart mach, while it will be a positive benefit to others.: It will Have the antipodean from the loss of his money and easily won honours, and will release us from the oft-repented twnddlo about somebody boing sent over to' Australia to " bring back the championship of the world ,, a, title which I for one cannot see that Trickott over took away fiomtuis conn-. try.";. , ,v. .: ?~ :; ?, , ; -.??.?. Aβ the same writer has recently had bo much to say respecting tho capabilities of both Trickott and Laycock, thero-. suit- of tho race for the chami...

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Items. IT is not generally known that the mopoke feeds largely on centipedes. The other day one of these birds was shot on the Yass River, near town, and its crop was found to bo packed full of? centipedes. Mr, Sheridan Moore thiuka thore is a good deal of forciblo bosh indulged in over tho election of the now President of the United States of America, and the possibilities of promotion thore aro in tho great Republic. For a farm-hand to become an uncrowned king boforo he was fifty years of ago is a big thing; but as a similar achievement does not occur moro than onco in a hundred years, I don't think General Garfield's success will sorvo as a stimulus to farmer-lads in goncral to become politicians. It ia said that in tho United States thore nro now four million Catholics and ; four thousand priosts moro than there wore 20 years ago. Rumour soys -tha Marquis of Lome is about to resign tho Governorship of Canada. A raid hns been inado on ChineHO gamblers at Townsvillo.. Nineteen wer...

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1880. The Warning of the Gallows. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1880. The Warning of the Gallows. THE criminal classes have this week been once more forcibly reminded that "the way of transgressors is hard." They have been shown the superiority of St'law and ordor over crimo ami lawkw lfciiese.:;:;Thpj' l>ave been called upon to however tardy justice to bo, it advances nono the avenging steps to, .those who eet up ?psjeuvown : wills and passions, as their law :? ijaibd defy all recognised authority. The tho. thief, tlio bank-robbor, the tho, murderer have their ; ? ( lltde,flaj. By their own cunning dex-. ?l.itfriiyi.nnd tho sympathy-of tho?O who ?>V,?re qniy not, criniinals, they may for a j,V|iHoe?Copo the punishment they have. X bnt tho Nemesis of outraged rights.ie drawing nearer and nenror, ami " A tho,, fugitive must be ran to- onrfch at ,: ;loet, „; Whpro tho '.'.'operation . of. any. 'higher principle is not to bu hoped forj some practical utility to convince ;! tie, criminal claused th...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

LONDON. Thursday. A company has been formed, with a capital of three hundred thousand pounds (£300,000), to import Australian meat. The American journals condemn Mr. Parnell, all except a few democratic papers. 'i'ho London Times domands the bub pension of the Habeas Corpus Aot in Ireland. ? ?' ?' / ; ' ? . : . The French troops entered Taraecon monastory by a sub-way. -Itioting ensued. ? -' ' '?'?'?'?'.? The French by President Grevy, haye agreed for the present to rotain their portfolios, and carry on the Government. ' The Greek Government continues to prepare for war. The leading members of the Albanian League have signified to the Turkish commander that they are willing to allow the transfer of Dulcigno to be wade, bnt the chiefs of the Dulcigno section decline to join this promise. ? Greater damage was done by tho earthquake in Austria thao was at first supposed. At Agram (and not at Wagram, as received yostorday), the. the damago is estimated at three mil lions of florins. '

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