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Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Murrurundi. (From the Times) THE WEATHER-There is nothing note- worthy to report concerning the weather at the beginning of the week it having been fine and frosty up to Wednesday   night. On Thursday it was dull and     cold, indicating an approachingg change.   At about 8 o'clock that evening. moderate rain set in and continued all night and for the greater part of yesterday, being accom- panied by a high wind. Tbe Page River rose a short distance of the top of its banks, and the streets once more, in many places became, ankle- deep in mud and water. Yesterday morning, when the police were   endeavouring to get three horses across the river, on to the- greensward opposite Profes-. sional Row, tbe poor animals were carried, by the strength and depth of the current, some considerable distance down the stream,   and were, with great, difficulty rescued from drowning.     ROMAN CATH...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Singleton Post Office. Mails close for the South, that is Sydney, Belford, Branxton, Lochinvar, West Maitland, Morperth, Waratah and New- castle on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6.30 a.m. North - For Muswellbrook, Scone, Blandford Haydonton and Murrurundi, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,         and Saturday at 8.30 a.m. and on Satur- day evening at 8 p.m. for Sunday mornings Dispatch for Camberwell, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 5.30 pm. and on Saturday at 8 pm. for Sunday's dispatch. South.--On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,   Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to West   Maitland, Morpeth, Newcastle, East   Maitland, and Sydney at 8 pm. To Warkworth and Jerry's Plains, on Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday. at 9.30 pm. To Howe's Valley, on Saturday, at 9.30 am. To Ves? and Fordwich, on Tuesday, Thurs, day, and Saturday, at 10.00 am....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English Malls. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

English Mails. Mails will be dispatched for England by the different routes as follows: — Via San Francisco, 1st August, 29th August, and 26th September. Via Galle and Suez, —7th, Augast, and 4 th September. Via Torres Straits, —about 7th August, and 4th September. The next mail via San Francisco is due in Sydney on the 20th July, via Galle and Suez 1st August, Torres- Straits 26th July.

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN TO NO MASTER ; OF NO SECT AM I" "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT ; LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'S AT BE           THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTHS.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1874. The [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1874. The Singleton Show. THE near approach of the period fixed for holding the seventh annual show in Single- ton is regarded throughout the district with the greatest satisfaction. To Singleton it is a sort of yearly carnival, eagerly prepared for     months prior to its arrival, and held in pleasant memory for mouths afterwards. To   all classes of the community this- annual ex- hibition is a great benefactor ; and, viewed merely in the light of a speculation to entice wealth to the district, it is an eminently suc- cessful venture. The prosperity of the show season compensates for many long weeks, or even months; of dullness nnd depression, and enables most of those, who have had the mis- fortune . to become embarrassed in their pecuniary transactions, to tide over their troubles and relieve themselves of all auxiety as to assignees, schedules, creditors, and such like uudesirable encumbrances. In fact, they are at libe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] of Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Suspension of Teachers. We make no apology for again offering some observations relative to the Council of Edu-   cation and the teachers. The actions taken by the Council with regard to certain of their servants connected with the Journal of Pr- mary Education, who have been suspended, and are to be called on to show cause why they should not be dismissed, calls for some- thing more from the Press of the colony than a merely casual mention as an item of news, under an ordinary paragraph heading; The Council, it appears, has taken this course on account of articles which were published in the Journal, reflecting seriously on the con- duct of some of the inspectors, and the whole of tho officers and committee who managed that paper, have been held responsible by the Council for the statements made, which they are now called upon to substantiate, or   failing that, to submit to the indignity of being summarily, dismissed, from tlte service. It may not have be...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER- The cold weather seemed to have returned in all its vigour on Friday and Saturday last. Both these days were wet throughtout and the prevalence of           greatest force on Friday night did not tend to improve the general uncongenialty of the time. The three previous days were fine, and. the temperature mild, but on Thursday, evening a slight rain set in and continued with but little cessation up till Saturday night, giving signs of further continuance. Tlte river rose slightly on Saturday night, and became very muddy. The violent wind gradually died away into a gentle breeze, taking with it the rain and clouds, and Sun- day morning was ushered in by bright and fine weather moderately cold, but neverthe- less very enjoyable after the gloominess of the preceding days. It has since remained calm and fine.     THE HUME TESTIMONIAL.--For some- weeks past the ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, July 28th, 1874. Before Messrs. Jas. Smith, P.M., and W. C. Browne, J.P. VAGRANCY: [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, July 28th, 1874. Before Messrs. JAS. SMITH, P.M., and W. C. BROWNE, J.P. VAGRANCY: Alice Garbutt a little girl aged nine years was brought up on the above charge, the information being laid by the police under the fourth section of the Industrial Schools Act, 30 Victoria, No. 2.           - -Senior-sergeant Du Vernet deposed that, he arrested the child that morning having found her without a home and without any lawful means of support ; her father was then in Maitland gaol, her       mother had run away with another man ; she was entirely destitute, and was living on the charity of the townspeople ; he beiieved she was about nine years of age. Minnie Garbutt a younger sister of the     former, aged seven years, and her com- panion in misfortune,, was also charged with the same offence.   Senior-sergeant Du Ve...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Agricultural Association. THE adjourned meeting of the Committee of the Northern Agricultural Association was held on Saturday last the 1st inst. There were present Messrs. A. A. Danger (in the chair), Edward Drake, Percy Waddy, W. J. H. Durham, John Browne, John Moore, Alexander Munro, James Moore, P. J. C McDouall, Alexander Bowman, and St. Thomas Loder. MINUTES. The minutes of the. previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.   The following letters were read :— From Mr. S. B. Dight apologising for his absence from the meeting, and enclos- ing a requisition signed by twenty-three members of the Society, requesting that a   special meeting of the Society, should be convened under Rule VIII to consider the proposal to hold the Show of 1875 at Muswellbrook. The writer therefore desired that a special meeting should be. convened for Wednesday, the 12th August inst., at 11 a.m, to discuss the matter. The letter -further stated that Mr. Dight had ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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New castle [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 5 August 1874

Newcastle   [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] MR. and Mrs. Bates have completed a most successful season at the Theatre Royal. They are to appear for two nights more after which the theatre will be closed for a short time.           The subject of Spiritualism is occupying   the attention, of our citizens lately, and a number of able letters hare appeared in the local press anent the subject. The accounts of the Waratah Municipal Council are to be transferred from the city to the branch of the Joint Stock Bank opened at Lambton. The favourite steamer Kembla still con- tinues to run her regular trips and is being well patronised by the general public. Intelligence has been received from the lighthouse at Port Stephens to the effect that a large deck house belonging to a vessel of some 500 tons had been washed ashore on the rocks near the island. The house con- tained a number of blankets &c. Thi...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] The following is [?] [?] at the School of Arts, on Tuesday evening the 28th [?] on the above [?] What joyous ?jJ delightful swtuetalaooj are coucsecfced with that w?"J, which pri uasriljr 11 nn i m mM to our minds, the act ol 4tautz?*t Caw Sfe in- the holy bond ci ucaCC?MStyvto iaadredatnb: who- entertain toe-each-vtlier mutual Sore and estoenc. * imptotendiaiar*-jpcar . a?ce,wfeat? Boat <af pleasant asemccaea ? doea **?*?&? of elate bridei^oomsaod losinaiumlmra. —usuavwiiw of pretty, timid liaMiSiaisids.iawnJiiC iTfrmasnlin ytrrvt in teitLitiayi ijmaUri'H. "itb, -whom attendasat aaaasjaaay catching tho natptial spirit ?f the iaacihaeii to perpetrate matri naoay-anchenapst—visiotas-aaHca of wedding feasts, -"a-faere joy and pleasure reign -and -tnes Kaaembmiccs. of the, <tcpaxtttie o£ the nsppy paM" *?* enjoy the bXewdaga of mauaard ? exiav tencc, which ehowld last, not for a, nmatthj-aatlie term lao?<-yiuoo?impKefs,bet foridoe whaaae- pe...

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[?] of School Teachers. DECISION OF THE COUNCIL OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] of School Teachers. DECISION OF THE COUNCIL OF EDUCATION. THOUGH not yet officially known, it is cur-<*> rently reported that the following is the de-<*> cision of the Council of Education in refer-<*> ence to the charge against the committee of the Teachers* Association, fot- publishing , strictures on "the conduct of certain* of. the higher officers of the Council of Education :-?- Mr. Bridges, of . tbe Fort-street' Model Schools, to be suspended for two months, -without pay. Jttc Adams, of the Botany-stieet Wesleyan' ?Getosat, 'to be suspended tor two .mouths, iriltolt?ir. ' ' iMr. JtaHiews, of the Glebe Public School: ? to-be for three months, withont pay rand -than to be removed to a. country school. ?? ; - ? ??-'-.?: - ? ?. J3rl-sJ.ealey.ot thePaddingtoa.Church of EngladdiDeaieaainational School, to be* sus pended for ihaee months, without pay. - - Tbe above ase the four leading members :. vix, president, wice-piesident, secretary,...

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English News. [BY CABLE.] London, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

English News. [BY CABLE.] London, July 31. A fresh attempt has been made to dissolve the National Assembly of France. The Government opposed dissolution before the passing of constitutional laws. < ?'-'. Malliville's motion for -dissolution was re jected by 304 to 332. '.?? j-.-Y' : .7- ?<.;.;. ;.-'.?'.? France, .Paris, August.!..--,;: The Assembly has definitely resolved to j adjourn, on tlie 9th August, to the 3rd ; November.—A. motion U raise the state of ! siege on ? the Spanish frontier has been Rejected; but Fiance has notified to Germany ? that it will agree to act in unison with the other Power* regarding tbe recognition of the; Carlists as belligerents.—The official journal publishes ? note disclaiming the pastoral of : the Arcbbisliop of Paris attacking Italy. ?.? TWe Bkcssel* COMrEttESCE.-i-Brm?iels. majority of the Brussels Con ference are in favour of a limitation of the htimamxrian race. ''?'.:?. IMSCOUNT. —London, August I.—The Bank? . rate of di...

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Female Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Female Suffrage. IT was once thought that after the death of the great economist and philosopher, JOHN STCART MILL, we should hear very little more of the question of female Suffrage, much as to his name and advocacy was attri butable reach of the importance given "to.it ' - when first brought by bint ander the con sideration of the British some seven or eight years ago. The agitation, 'however, though -considerably abated, has ; not yet entirely subsided ;: and ah effort has lately been made in the Ifouae of Commons, Iby que of the surviving disciples, of the .greet- thinker, to revive the question in the public >mind and the public press. In order ithat it may once more be discussed in the fight <sf calmer consideration and maturer dhongfct. This time, however, the matter srasbeeh received with an indifference con trasting singularly with the warmth' tnani . ifested on its being, first brought forward in -the Hock .by its'.distangahihed originator . -cwhen .member of...

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THE FREE SELECTOR'S BUTTER. OR [?] VALE. [BY P. Jefferson Wallace.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

THE FREE SELECTOR'S BUTTER. OR [?] VALE. [BY P. Jefferson Wallace.] IN the early days of the settlement of Bur<*> rawang, the hardy selectors who followed the course of Mr. Hanrahan's brush-hook had. as many of your readers are aware many <llffictut'? to contend with. By no-mean* I the least of these difficulties; was the very rude j and att bat impassable scale of the e?a? fiosav j the el—Jag *?- Mess Vaae;4! itxaongst tiie ?!**.'*?** i*f ?fa?towta>?*at;. region of fern and sassafssa-was-a-stay gay, ?f mine, well known ''down the I Jommitairv" by ' the jonbriQuet of Joantle , iMf Fnrtle-r-a titltt;giv?u.him on account cC *. j Eaawcarite saying of hisv -.*? Troth, man -dear-,'** tnnaberoa ' Fmtl* jmatle s*d it alt alt s-nan beetle have aw much' ? mioney as would fill "Xocb Erin." To keep ?tiring* going; my friend used to take a keg -of butter to Muss Vale occasionally, on.a /quadruped which ie sailed aj?rse ; and it was upon one df-these paeaung expeditio...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN TO NO MASTER OF NO SECT AN I." "BE JUST AND FEAT NOT ; LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THX COONXKYVt, THY GOD'S, ANI> Tlt-Tll'li/'

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] [?] [?] net for me, my mother The [?] my lot must be, [?] my [?] In [?] *_W l|iok.?3-?*i*l??VS** , CnkKTbtlwelttntn- - .-A*&.chZ t"cartmot tooths*,. sTttum amy Urttoe thee. ? lsaetV>i iW-— term to see. i - - <-s_l*s Issl ? i -If hit- mother, ... * - ' ?Wteamtltr, lid W*f-emsteas " \ Obi n??tr?t laother.'see. " ' tale i-.tbo— . Oh! yoa-wuaSkt-not,tayinbtlMi? ? '-. " -KefaseaartMCteve. ? \ Ohl weep not, dearest asothes. -^Cbe-mist gathers nwardt-a,: — . ' . ?D-_-- cload ot dwririw si, mothst;' , Soon, aoea, *tw—lsnirrouad as*. -.Ofct-dart-temotbersee; ?..? ? ?eej?r.Oo4aw_itiagn?e," ' Andattaty pain, sweet-meOao, la pairing here ficusa thee. S^ewea^le.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1874. Free-[?] Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1874. Free-[?] Association. Wed[?] we may safely assert that at no other period of the world's history was the formation of societies so much in vogue as at the present day. We have society for the promotion of almost every good under .the juin, and tlte .extcnninaUoit of almost every known evil, and we find them daily extend ing their functions. When we look round and see bow - little good is done, by many of thejn, and, on the other hand, observe how much evil still exists and thrives In the rirorld, we cannot but regret that these iiuti ttutions foil no- far short of their mission. SBrttJvcmust remember that great changes arc not wrought nil at once, and endeavour to coutdit ourtmlvcs with the slow but sure yrogress thai .undoubtedly is being -inatle. Many <if cchc failures of societies ore due, we' .conceive, to tbe hasty and ill-advised man gier iii which.numbers uf them; ore formed. . - And another cause of. unsticcesa in attributa ble to the I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

..'..-?--..*V""' >!??£.*?!!.i.K~!\a?.'~w ,7.. ". ?'?'"£. ' Jaxa^?.-T?y^?h3? 1 bee?'re-?Jectflii : - lVsy?tt:; i*>Jtiito?lfc?t. AaiettUoai :: '? :?:-;.-. '.? ' ;.?;,,.' "'". V j YY* ~.=* " ?. ;:T?-'?BX? b?:.Mi-tS^^^l?_i_,'i?7? % JLf betareen?li^wayii s tot?irf;Ci?rt-tKKa?. . J6htt?adElia^c^tsini^G?L3>JaX-KE-. , , r - ; -.<?fe''-**^?*a*?js*^ ? - : ?' -. ? "\}_ rilJt, be?beld to the -age tea-, of- tbe .-' ?-:TT - :'-,rH?KJ^^ra?-l-t_!l*_Rl-% , . - . .p ?.;., ?: ? A SrJ?tdiir-StrtnF Bi?ii*'"nntJer-aie able,. manaj^ment'-Of'lfc *?U- be .M-.—CtebS-iiac^?' 1 ?''? .?;-.. ? i --..-;'..-.?!'-.-, !-';'? "Ifemble^X-SMtoY^V-^fi'Y^Yft'iSst^'V--' ? ''^BBsjtefvi:; ; :^,^;Y:^^:?:?;.i^ :. ?-,. : 7 ?' ;'- -'? -:,'-£ i*? --"?^->^'^^ ft '^-*^'^f^i^-- V? r ?. - :?'?'. i, :.t, -Y'r '! .':,'. ''..?" :?? TTrV" : :Y ,:,-??-?. ? : , f .I?-;.??*ly.to-yV. .-..'-jV.-.i ;.,?.'-:. ?'?'?'.;,,. ?,,:,?>? Jv '?';.-? . ,;u?i,?;v. ii^i'?'. ,-.-- \;4lt:'"&?SlAt?KΞi:-' ' ; 'LY-l...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER:-Though no [?] among of rain has fallen, the greater part of the past week has been wet cold and un-<*> pleasant. The [?] in the river belokened a rlaiX -ot; rain j? thie ! ?ppisr pstrt Hf its watoshet^: }-. ?nd ; ?g?m? tendered . aoifordoblei.''- -.We.- had. :'-Very;. Sttle ;Sip?BhviH?; dtiriog the-laiter hair;ofi list. part of Sunday!waa alst>"wet,bat ISloaday.biOugbfc Siic? vyeaither: !wbicb, _i£ '- hi: devwut'ly - ; wilt continue -for? some time,' as;smy more rain I now will; tend to d"'^?'^?^' I*''1 *'' ??;fbie. ????"* -. being majfc" for the: ' trap-!; -mist.-ikeaNe Signs of mitre unpleasant weather. '!.' >.Tilxii<*Sor-WABCWdKXB;—AIi^e-gnqih, of tlser .Village of WxrfcwOrth;: having bet^g published by the Government; the public, arte: ? ihforniid; that copfeiv may he "procured at th£ Office,'%t*ney,andat the ,: CSOwii'; Lands'' CBK<*Y Singleton, : pa&-..pcioe. ''bein^ne^illinK'eacb.??:??':?'-...

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