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Murrurundi. (From the Time.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

'-;.:. Murrurundi. , : (Fivm the Ttm?*.). The Weather.—A dhnngo took placo in tho wonthor on Wednesday, when it beenmo much tuildor. On Thuradny morning htfnvy olomle wcro vtelbio, and later in ? the <iuy mizzling rain bogan to fall. Yesterday morning the earth presented a slightly moistened appenrauco, and tho- eva again ehone oat. It lias surprised many old iu habitants of tlu'o district that rain lino held oil co loug— heavy xrhito frosts generally being quickly followed by a downpour. A good fall of rnin just now would bo very opportune—foare being expressed in soma portions of the district that there will ehortly bo a scarcity of water, while the bod of the Page has long since lookod Oβ. if it required sluicing out. ? ' ? Thh Tiauaiupn MiMSENoEn. — That Murrurundl is not quite by tho anthnrltiea, was raado evident to-tho towns people on Wednesday mnrnlnj; in?t, when tho Intrj-rnph mosiinng?r appeared in a nnw e?it of olQcinl clotlic?, similar to tluwn vrorn in Bydnoy...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Correspondence. „ '"-J All letteit mutt be ttgntd by th) authors. We object to libels,pertonaUties, aluie,and inane nontensc. Paper mil be supplied to thoie Kho cannot afford to watte one tide o/_ ''a'sheet'.'Oiir coliimnfarTipin to all, out tve ate not respontiblefor ourcorrcipondentt' opinion*. ? ??..??/? ; .v/ .:- .:? ?' .-. ' . .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quirindi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] RAIN PROPHESIED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Quirindi. [FItOM 0T7II C0BRB3PONDENT.] RAIN PKOpnESIED. From tlio nnuenal warmth of the woflthor on WodrioeJ.iy, it Iβ etnted that tlio inuch-lookodfor rain is at hand. Wcdnoflday was certainly more Hko a Summer's day than we might hovo expected to experience In the middle of July, and wo are in hopes that this prophesy may prove correct. ' ??? ' MOKE ABOtJT THB BANK F.OBBBBB. It ie stated now that some of the mie eing notes aro in circulation in Quirindi, but I only give tho rumour for what it ie worth, and probably tbero is about Bβ much truth in it Rβ in the thousand and one roporte that eeom hitherto to have led tho police astray. ? ?. . LEGAL. I have nothing to report nndor tbfe heading eavo a few cases that came off at the Wallabadah Court on the Bth instant. . Angusto Monthey cued John Johns for £10, dnmngoa for as?ault and battery. Tho evidence wae very contradictory, and that of Mr. Allon (chemist) who was caljod for tbe plaintiff, went to shew that the injuries to plaintif...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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"Temperance Crusade" in Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

V Temperance 1 -' -Crusade *?'' ixi ? : . \-.''' 'Singleton, ; : ; Tun Iliipi'y Tlutno Division of Uw Siins '-'.'of'-'. TomporancC , (Singleton) mniouiiced a'fow days'ago fciui't monitor tenipovnncn meetings vroiild hi 1 lipid 'in tiio Oddfellows' and "tliat' : ;'6breral: g'untlumcn well known , in ' -'connection; with the tompornncp causo woiild dolivbr tiddriwsus. Amongst thoso ' ?Wore' the Ufev. Jolni 1). Laiiglcy, a go'ntloniiuv well known and ? highly bstecrticd by ninny iv this diatrict. ynfortitnajoly,; ho was prdvoiited 1 ftt' tlib'olovpnth hour! from coming. The chief \nbvol(y_ 'in; conucotion with this telnporatico crusade,; as one of tlw spoakere styled It, ; racoting 6a- ''?' i : '. ,!i ???'??''??' "'? l -; : '-]'i '" : ;< " ; strNDAY''APTKiiN^^,' : .whon tho llall was crowded ? \)y momb.ors .flf. the yarjpus : ;ph;)jrches. Thq of , , tho town -, had boon closed Bufficionlly early to fnablp iteaphcris tp attend.; thp anthoritjea thus ovincinp; a Jjoarty. dpsir...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY MARKETS. HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'S WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

' SYDNEY MARKETS, , HALL, rniNOK AND CO.'s WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. , j '.;.."'.The market; opened firm; on. Monday at the previous week's quotations ; but sales on Wednesday end to-day showed f ! a conrnderable decline.'' :,.-Wg' hardly know how to account for. this, unless it is-that quantities coming forward by rail and from the other colonies have been unusually largo during the week; i Thy weather tuib set, in showery,,and;it [ is to be hoped that wo 'will have a con tinuance of. it, as the country stands in great noed of it. ; Hay.—Prime oaten ' trusses?. and "bundles, 5s 3d to ss . 9d ; -ono oxtra tine truck of truHSOB ronliscd 6s Sil ; medium quality, -te 3d to 5s ; inferior, 3s 6d to 3s i)d. Balos : Beet, fis to 5s ,6d at the commencement of Uio week, but towards its eloso -la Od to 5 s ; medium, 4s ?to 4s Cd. Oaten, and wheaten bales fell considerably in price towards the end of tho week : prinio, 4s 3d to ?Iβ (j<l; medium, 3s Od to 43 ; whoaten bundles, 8s 3d to 3...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS, BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS, j xj. MBSWie. BtttmKKB AH? TCOLFB'a BB^oki., ' ???- ; Stations.— -Thtt ? depressioti.; hitherto existing ia the fat stock market has materially infldenood" pending negotia^ tions; ;r ftnd -still' csiiies'? cajiitftliete ;tb evince more'than an ordinaryide'jjree! of caiition in' creaYmg; for cattle etatibhe. The improved ; valuee''ribbed 1 for last , feeasoh'Jrclip have partially'relievedbusi-; ness and imparted a degree of confidence" id sheep properties, which' render them njpre , rtbdily , saleable ;at\ improved figuros.''-' ???-?V' :, '?''''; : ?' : ". ;!i " -'' J - ; : " ; Fat Cattle.—-The supply this week (althonghnotlarge) :proved in oxce'se of rpquirenionts, . Sales were ? conse- ' quently dull, competitionlanguid, and, prices maintained," with; considerable difficulty. To endeavour to strengthen the market wo advised our constituents to withhold two consignments intondod for yesterday's sale, and aleo withdrew two lots forward, rather than consent to an unr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 1880 A Mad Sovereign. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

'&$!-A. civile,,author. Iw.b emu —" Whfrni i f? x (lpetroy they ,firei drive I M^ma(j/ P "oii(l 'sicccpi'wg. tliat diqtum,; it , i ; Wpnld, acj?m t,hat,TurIccy is booked | "? ( . Tlici.sjpqctnplp the,Bvlt-Xh ;v";hp^, , Kij?Tpcp'pio,'npw present to' an nsto- iii history.. An ? almc?t bankrupt ompire, prostrated by, recent disastrous 1 war with \'a : inigWy and implacable foe, is scarcely in a pofci?'.' - lion to run tho risk of ruptnre oven ooomy. And no Btnto, so. '?;. i blceBed;.nith a multiplicity of foes ?c TnVKisy is, "woiild 'tig ? wise, even under, moist favourable circumstances, to V'qUiirrol of -which bo' many V take advantage. Hut ;&? Jjesidt&'tioing 1 ft "the:-worst poHitio'n any .?; , n-coUl4'be in' at ttiu'couinjcnccment-. ?Wf'iif 'S' u'fltoy eeeni? to havo clioseii f'i''i^'d i '|i'6atc6t'PoiYcr? of tlic oartir to Lo hpyr Wtia.i tibni'.tp tho long.liat of its, ' -Rus?ia ; linH;already llirtislied tlio Turk, deHJioili'U him 'of the flower of t^hie"...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails FOR JULY, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

c ';/ Time Tafcle of Airival and v?' Departure of Lnghsh Mails 4 FOR J UL Y," 1880. VIA hAN j'HANCISOO. Leave Sydnuy, A Arrive London, lfitb July. f "ill" Angii?t. v ""Lcilvo London, I Amvo Sjilmy, *---VjrAMnia?ounNK, galli: i. ntiNursi Loiuo Sydney. Arrlro London, GthJuly, -JW Aukm-i, ftr--. j-~ 20th July. HI. hopit Hibtr^ 1 01, ' ArrnuMn*y, " a ' *<>?< 4ie?V?lfty Jn.l July, Tfli ?, /' ? iih June, lOtli July rftfi? ff.rfi i if ' '"??— -/-I W BIUHJIANfc, TOBniH b'XUAITS, W W '?, - , AND niUNDIIiI Lcnvo bjdncy, |i Aiiito I-ondon, t , H }I( ( !)'li July, ] Ht< facptcmbtj., "Hi Tendon, I Arrive Sydney, a "ii,*. '? 2l?tl*liiy I l 12th July,l J, . „ ,M 1 ? l> — (.< j f lbi"j:kb hates or poaTAOB. airiF Vift fio'n ITmnoiscW, fxl per half oom-o <Vti Melbourne Juitl Bnmliei,'mwl Iprrte , .. r.npdisi, 8d per hrif otiiicc. I Snn lrnnoffccc/, Iα "* '' each Via , 'Melljonrnd Mil lJritdifli, <tnd ?i? ?? Torfos Strniti) mIJ Br...

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Important Wages Case. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Impoi*td.nt Wages Caao ?fanmorth Kens, AT tho Tmnworth Police Court on Weilnes dny tho 7th instant, bofore Mp??nr. D. W. Irvinpf. P.M.,- and .i; Johnelon, .7.P. .William Orown v. Alcxnnder nritf IJobort , Amos, neglect .nnd, refusal to. pay-wapca.. , Mr, Tribe f?6r Messrs. Amos, Bros., nnd/Mr,- Xeviori forcordpldlnant. Mr. 'Tribepleaded not in'do'jtbd,' arid took objection to_'tho .information inasmuch aa thej complainant admitted that-bo was not hired by Mo?sra. Amoa, -Bros.,'-.but by H 'aub-edptriictor, aria?, therefore thd.informatiori should havo licdn ; brooght odder tho 'Masters'- iirid Sorvnots' Act, 20, Vie. 20, arid udder the Contraotora'. Debt Act, 42nd Vie. 22, -William, Brown; was awdrn, .and stated that h? wda employ ed by Thomas, Nolan, a ; sub-contractor Under Messrs'.'' Amos,'Br6thera,-at the s rate 'of 7s'.-; 6d. pcir day.: Ho worked for. 47 days at 75. -6 d. per;day, and claimed £17:129. 6d.. Tho Bench:found that£l7 12a.'6d, vyaadud/aud payable aa waged Messrs., co...

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Prospects of the American Wool Crop of 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Prospeota x>f the; American Wool Crop of 1880- The following extrnote iflre made from ,?> lottor written by-JVIr, of the National. \VooV ijieeijolptKJjn,. ,to..tho Boston Commercial Bulletin ':—'.;? '? '-? ' :; "I dm of opibiou'th?t'thie year's clip will not show driy rnarko'd' increaeo over; that for 1879," notwithstanding* the;eni' coaragement from enhanced prices, whfoh would eeom to have pointed to a different rosalt.: The eomewhiit, discoaragiDg.daya in wool growing turned tho attention of many farmere to vvheat'r'alefng.' ?' i '?, * Tbepro?pbct for.ah'e'iyjr iwhbat borvest ie very flattering, and' Hence [1 yp not look for a rapid 'chango, lf r| nny? tit ;l ell, from grain growing ta.wdol production.* in thie locality. " ?' I note no matorial;olmnga in condition of wools. ? Thoughi 'rather, milder, than: the average, the past winter ; wua generally, favorable for feeding , ,, and' flocks came through in fair condition, 'and the yield per head will be good. There seems a g...

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The Greatest Bridge in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

The Greatest Bridge in the ?'. ': .,: r .\' World. : ';/: : ::,/) ':, -2.pu.rUan Exporter, Tns Brooklyn Bridge," which Jβ now : nearing completion,' spanning the nrm of the. sen winch aepnratos Now York from Brooklyn, ie without doubt tho.bold.cat undertaking,"'' itr the way ,of a bridgo atrueluro ever attempted.. ,Ab..a work, of engineering skill it onnnot bo fully appro-, oiatod without knowing something of ita. magnittidd and the usob for -which it '.ia. denighod. ~.''." .-' '~',:,;.'.. ~',,?' Tho total, length of this bridgo is 6,989 foot, and its widlli.Bs.fcot?. .Tlio contra! or river span is 1,505 foot, boing GOO foot greater than .'tliji iiow pjdpat span., ", This ia suspended from four groat cablds, each 15$ niched in diamotef, running over two towora, one on oaoh aido.of the. river, 278, feet in holght above ".'high, water ,mark. Theso cahlcs aro caoh compo?od of 6,2.00 parallel (not twisted) galvauizod pil-pdaled wires- closely ?'wrapped into a solid cylindur. Thd clear h...

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Prorogation of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

,; Prorogation of Parliament. 'Jiuit's. PA*M??n!irT is closed. Tho worlt of ' legislation line boon fiiispcmTcil. Hon. members can now roturn to their horacH, rest tlioir weary iutcllootH, find give tho rornainilfir of their pxhantitiid energies to their own privato affairs. Tho BOBsion just tcnninatn'd has been a> long one, waa boguii-o'n tlio 28tb of last October,, ami has therefore ex tended over a'period of eight months and' a half. The samp. Honso will probably not. moot again, or,,if it dons, will meet only for the disposal: of a littlo formal -business. To all in touts and purposes, tliereforo, tlio'.-'present Parliament in dead, and, in all proba bility, will bo dissolved if riot' boforo the 81st August to whioh it haa been prorogued, at any rnto not very long after that-dato. .Tho late Bos?iori -haH been an riotivo ono, baa seen tho passing of BOrno'vory ' important rncasnros, and ' lias dona moro solid work than hat* boon done in any two sessions of previous: Par liamen...

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The Australian Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

[ The Australian Mails. i .Washington.—.During (lio tlelmto in >t tbo HoiiHO to-(!fty, ou Ilio Stnr m-rvict),' ' ? Iloruuo Davifi HiiGiiiitU-il nn' iniiuiiiliiiuut ., niitlujiiKiiiy tliu Ptiutimwter O'oticral to remit in fuvor (if tint colnnioH of Now KuiilnnU and Nrw Smith Wnlus bo iiiuoU of till) cost uf uvorluml lrnri>i£ji)rlnliuri of ? Aii?tralmn clonal mulrf us li<> imiy doom ' jtjxt. Il<; liopi-d tliut tlio, lloitKii wuiild i udopL tilt) ainciulii?Hit an all hu'l of'jiintioo ~ lo tin-. AiiHlrnliuik unluinuif. Wo liud <-ntnl>- l(l liitlicvl ii linis id niDDtlily Hic'rtiDi-is con- , fiiiiiiu£ of Auiriiuaii vcmklii i<.iilitiK uiu/or, itl tl](? Ainiiricnii ll.ifj, fit ?n iuinu.il ox|joneo' ..of £00,(190 ili.ll.ui., nmi tln-y cnrrind nil ''; liiu Ouiloil Sluice iimilrt 'thu ''? I'liciliu Ociinii cxoi-pt tliu (Jliiili?at) ninil, ami flnrgi'il untiling fni <li.it hi-rvico.. In ? ioturn foi lli.it tliis guitt cuunLry c...

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Amusing Incident in a Court. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Amusing; Incident in a Court. ?Anatraluei'in. At tho Inat u£ n QueuiiHlaiid district court, Judge Q prcHiiIud, and Mr., X, tbu locil polxo iimijihlrnlo, in tho nl'oCiiLO of liio uctoil in tiint capacity. Now, both tho gontlomon named aro rcmarknblo for thoir bad writ- * ing, whioh, in the oaso of ono of thorn. ' is supposed to bo ft cover for unauthorised i! spelling. Upon tho occasion in qiU'Blion, t tho most important case waa ono of k damages against a pouiidkoeper for j , selling,impounded horses without (Inly '' advertising thorn. Af'tor Humming up, said hia Honor, " Mr. X, will you plea?o ' '' write, clown tho questions for tho Con- ' ' sidoratiou of tho jury us I iln tato thorn V'l <' Tho worthy P.M. compliud, and his > Honor continued, " Now, sir, if you t lianil up what you have wiillim, 1 will read tho questions to Iho jury." H'B Honor .looked at'tho paper, ruidjiihtuil hia spoutaclos, turned it upside down, held it at arm's length; and handing H back to Mr. ...

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ROAD FROM YARRAMAN TO QUIRINDI. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

ROAD FROM YARRAMAtt TO ? (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) ' Yours, &o., YAUUAMAN. Hth July, I860. ??Slit, —Thp selectors; bueino'gsraon, nnd teamsters' in , this neighbourhood nro awfully indignant at tho.road to Quirindi being blocked up 'stillj and that no - attempt is'being made to hove it thrown bpciu How the authorities enn' ullow 'such' proceedings is inoxpljoitWo' to tho public. Tin's is n gront grievance,. Mid one which ought not to exist. ? It is ft . ecandaloue , etato of affairs. I nin ranch surprised that tbo Qiiirihdi businoss people do not inovo in: tho. mattor, rifid I am greatly disgusted at tlieir not.helping the people out here. It would be to tlioir interest to do. so.na nil tho trade from Yarranian goes toQuirit?di.- For tlicin" to stand'ui tiieir '',cwn ; light to such an , oxtont is a mystery I canuot fa,thoin; ? ' Our potition line boon sent away now BOtno raonthe, and what line hoen Jouo in tho' matter?. Simply nothing., Thoio has been p'onty o...

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Original Correspondence. BLACK CREEK. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Original Correspondence. ;; BLACK CREEK. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.") , AUREY01B. Sie, —Aro you aware that thero is snob a place as Black Oreok ? It is a pretty crock, aad although it does not stand'out so boldly as Yarraman Crook, yot it ii a fino water-courae. "Thi? creok, ia a tribu tary of tho Liverpool Range, and ia well studded with selectors. Thoro ia a. school-. house at Mr. John Steelo'a placo, whoro a good number of ohildron attend. This is independent of the Public School at Blackville. Another aehdol ia' about to bo eroctod, aa soon aa the Inapector can coma aud chooso a aito for the dame, ad the Bchool-hou?O at Mr. Stoole'a ia only a temporary ono. Go iv, my Black Creokcrs, and get a provisional school—thoro is nothing liko education for your ohildron. You havo a good Eduoatiou Aot,' thanks to that noblo statesman Sir licnry Purkoa, who ought to have hia name engraved in letters of gold in every sohool-hou?O in thecolony. ' - ? . You passou the wtty? from Bl...

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Insolvent Estate of James Little, of Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

psolvent 'Estate;; of, Jaih.eEi j ! j lijaan', Sir, yours faithfully,: ? \ ' i KiWf .EDWARD P. PARBURY. ? Uniori' Club, July 8.- - ; ? ? ? ??;? ' . Yours, &c, ROBERT SEMPILL, Officiril Assigueo. IcamoEof a serioushaturc against Mt;' a. Bussell, an attorney, andL ifr t , w0, an official assignee, :vyas ruado. i the Legislative ? Assombly-recontlv f Mr. ll'Elhono.-'on a motion? for it adjournment of tho Housoi; 'Tlao 1 in., pcmter' stated that.; Mr. JX. ? H. } Mpill, tho official aseignco, 'Tvas! ia the'insolvencyof M.K 1 ; Mis little, of Scope, arld.imtnof]^-" % on tho estate being placed in liiia. i ink he ciaployed: Mr. a ? olicitor, to writo letters of aplplicatioii* ?pnytricnt to- alltliqi' dears' in , , th^ , siste,:; Li addition 'to!tlie ddtfc'! these' fee demanded payment of costs, in M lonjority: of- instances for-ohe , fwea, tlio solo oxcnks 5 for tlicsp' 'costs" W.'?.kttcr'tlieij"\vnt^n,'-'.'^Wii^ii^ oe amount of debt wagisontrtaitlio ?tetor, !io rcfu?od'to rocoivo ...

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Heroic Deeds. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Horoic Doods. At tlio ond of tlio etormirg of H.iitnj" , /,' after Hj>H/ikiuy of tlio ollicoru, Napier /,'uua on : " Who shall (Wuribo tlio h|>i valour of tlint Portnguuao grona<lior whu \yu? killed tlio foroiiinul uiuu at Santa Mnria ? or th'o tmwtird ' fury of Unit dosporato riUomuu who, in his resolution, (o win, llirimt JiiiuHclf bumnith the cLninoil eword-bludoe, ami thoii miH'ciod llio onomy' to dnim bin head to pioona.with tlio ends of thoir 'tniinkbta "l" Again, ill the Oba,' " a north of Ireland mint named Stowiirt, but jocularly cnllcd ' this ln'.y,' lici:au?o of his ytnitli, ninotcon, ami of liirt gigantic utnluru ntid HLrcii?ili, who hud fought bravely and . 'dUplityud ? : j?r'ont iiilcllieuuijo buyoild tho livur, wiw oao uf t)io loati men who Ciiroe. down to tliu bridpo, bntlio would not paniu : Turiiinp rouiid ho rugarded tho Krotich with v grim -look; ? iiudopoko aloud no follows : 'So this in Ihu end of our brtij;. Thin ih our firut bnttlo, ntid wo r...

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Sunday School Centenary in Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Sunday School Centenary in Tasmania. ?llohavt Town Mircury. Tun third of tho Borics of epecial services in oorlnootion with tlio Sunday School Centennry Colobration ; w.ne hold Inst evening, in tlio Meolianics'Hnll, Mclvillu- Rtrebt, when a loctnro was delivered by the Roy. J. Wilkoe Simmone, of Union Chapo), Bathuret-fltroet, on " Kobort Uaikes and his work." Tho chair was taken by tho Roy. ? George Clarke. Tho baok of the platform waeocoupied by the largo banner of tho Wosleyan Sunday schools, and in front of tho platform was placed o largo portrait of Mr. Kiiikos, in frame.' Tho musical hrrangemonta woro supervised by Mr. 11. J. Cox, of Chalmers' Church; Mr. G. H. Ueilly, organist of tho Momorial Church, prosidint; at tho harmonium. Aflor tho oponing duvo tional oxorcinoe hod concludod, tho Chair man brioflyintrodnced Ihe locturor, who was, on rising from hie seat, greeted with loud applause. After eomo introductory remarks, Mr. Simmons obsorvod that thoy woro required to call to...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Appropriation Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

TliG Appropriiatipri Act. ;.;, Tun following Home aro of local in; terout: — ' " ' Giinnedah Hospital—in aid , of erection on the iiaual ? ?conditions £500 0 0 Mumirimdi Hospital—in aid of improvomontu, additions and nltora tlotiH (unconditional ' grant) .' £500 0 0 Murmrundi Hospital (on l . usual conditions)...; £'100 0 0 Muewcllbrook do. do £200 0 0 Sconodo, do £200 0.0 Towards tho, erection of a Dead llouso and' Bath Room nt tho Muawell brook Hoapitnl (on uaual oonditioii?) '£100 0 0 Oilnncdnh Soliool of Arts— endowmeut £150 0 0 Construction and Maintuu anco of tho Main North Kond :— West Mftitlnnd to Tom worth—Subsidy within Bnilwny Termini, 170 milus at £25 £4,250 0 0 Turn worth to Artiiidale, 7- r ) inilen—£7s por inilo JC5.C25 0 0 Bridyo ovor Quirindi Crcelt £500 0 0 Tunke Liverpool Plains (ro-votoil) £2,949 15 G

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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