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BROGHT DOWN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

BROGHT DOWN THE HOUSE. ABOUT twenty years age, when H. A. Langdon was younger than he is now, he played in " The Cataract of the Gauges" in the Winter Garden, New York. the scenery was gorgeous and eturtlitig. In one eueue, LangdOD was chained to au immense gisniie pillar in a " dungeon oell" or Borne ?uoa plaae. Au elepbaat joshes on, leate tff?y itie obaino, and resouee littugdcn. Xi"?y had a real trained elephant, tio pttstebiiam bu?lno?D, and the ?ot tuok lmmonetly. Oiie Light some villaint gave.the eltphunt >*? bottlee ot whltliy, and the hngu biut? got beyond thecontiol ol ite keepir, iv faci.ij began to ohaie that ?'e?imable individu" around the buck ot the ?tage. . : M?en?UU? the chained Lingdou began to. get anUoai ( as b? etood bound before the audience he?r ing , cr*sh after crash behind tilt ecoaei. ? ''Wh?t'? the .matter?" he .cried, ia ; ? home whi?per to a man in the wings. " Blapbhni'fl druhk,"laooulo?lly ?>oaw a the man, ai he loughto place of eafety- . . Tba ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Singleton Borough Council. THE usual monthly meeting was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening. Present: The Mayor, Alder-<*> men Jarman, Pinchin, Broomfield, jjiDoiigisil, QQi'nh.-ondHbokeri' * ; . .Tho minutes of: the ..previous meeting Kcredoalt witha? usnal; ; . Coiinf sposDENOE.—The outward cor respondeuce comprised two letters only _ouo ; to Mr. P; .G. King, with refer ence to the Ponndkeeper'e case, in terms of a resolution .of the Council, The other no's to the Attorney-General, en tloajng. amended copy of by-laws, and iquesting their speedy confirmation.— A letter to the Council was- read from gir John Kobertson, and also a telegram from Mr. A._ Bowman, relative to the * T i ? it of the Dflk'ei of- Manchester. Next camo a oircularfrom tHe'i -Press- Defence Fund Secretaries (already published in the Argus) ; and this was followed by yet nnotber letter from Mr. P. G. King, relative to ? the Pdundkeoper's case, toying J;he accuracy of .the report give...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. THE MASTER'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

The Poet's Corner. THE MASTER'S CALL. Up, and be doing! the time is brief, And life is as frail as the autumn leaf. To God and thy better self be true, Do with thy might what thou findest to do. Ihc Imrvcst is white, mid the Held in wide, . And thou nt thliio < nso piayst not abide. ? ? ? (jo forth nnd labour') n crown awaits The foithlul scrvnut nil heaven's high gates; VFork'wlVh thy might! ore the day of graoo jjjpcnt,eretbonightstoila onlipacc. ?;>.,[ The Muster has (riven his pledge divine; . ? Who wlnncth souls, like tba stars ehall Bhinc.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A Chinese Atrocity. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

A Chinese Atrocity. ON the morning of the 25th day of the 6th month (2nd of July), about 11 o'clock, a large and heavy plank of wood floated past Hankow. The people saw that it had a most picturesque appear ance ; a fair dameel of 19, well dressed, was nailed on tho plank so that ehe could movo neither her hands nor feet. Beside her was the head of a Buddhist priest, attached on the right hand sido of the plank sumo cakoe and other eatables so tixed that sho'could bend hor neck aud cat thoiu, and on the left. 3000 cop per cash, and iimcriboJ boloiv was : " This 3000 cash is provided for her coffin wheu hlio is dead," and a special inscription was writteu nbovo her head, " who?oovcr pities her and endeavours to save her lifj they are guilty of " nan to yu ehong," which means, " If men eavo hor they are thieves, and if women save her they ore defamed." Tho particulars aro that this young damsel belonged to a wealthy fa.niiy and her twobrothors aro petty Mandarins, who, holding cer tai...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Victorian International Exhibition. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) THE FOREIGN COURTS.—LEADING FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

The Victorian International Exhibition. (From our Melbourne Correspondent.) THE FOREIGN COURTS.— LEADING FEATURES. I AM about to close this series of letters and cannot do better than give, first, an idea of the leading features of the foreign courts, and then to finish my labors with an article or two spocially designed for the information of fanners. The Exhi bition is specially interesting to that clnss, and I nil along been taking careful notes of the foatures that are of benefit to thoni, and will in my succeed ing letters givo information. which I think will fully repay careful perusal. Albeit, I may bo accused of disloyalty if I place the British and oxtrii Aus tralian colonial courts under the hoad of foreign; indeed, no other classification is possible. . Great Britain and Ireland, as-might he expected from their commercial rota tions with tho Australian colonies, make the greatest bliow in the Exhibition, having tho lorgost space. Great skill has boen shown in tho allotmen...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sketcher. CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Sketcher. CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (Concluded.) IM London the earliet cricket flelds were the Artillery Ground at Finabm y and the White Cond[?]it Field. A club was formed of the players on this latter field, and from among lie member*) in 1787-wae established "teuMarjliljoiif Criilvwt]eh',ftr'Bn' , i , urijr porio'l, seems to have net itself to dificuesj 'jind formulate tho Jttwa of tt?o guime. ??-?-: i Among the ground.bowlers of the Whit? , Conduit Club win Thomas lord, a Scale- ( loan, ?ho bad loft- Scotlhiidl' on 'account of ,his Jarobito {/rtdilt-ttione. Lord, being; proniim d support by the now M.C.C., took a piece ot ground where : l)9rB?:t.*;ciiiare ppvt BtandSi and co tot ..'up. the first ',';? Lqid's- , ' | Wben this site was needed for.buildiiig .purptso*, Loid <wxied hieJurfjb'a field .at . Sooth Bank, n< or the Kegcnt'sTaik, where lie remained ujitil tbo cutting of the canal cau?cd him once more to toll, tip bis old turf and removpit to the " Lord's".'...

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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

MELBOURNE. Friday. Mrs. Jones, of Glenrowan, charged with harbouring Ned Kelly, was brought before the Court yesterday, and re-<*> manded to Wangaratta. Mr. Berry refusc? to publish the dying statements of Kelly, because they were merely a repetition of his defence. His statements expressed : no contrition, bnt justified the shooting of the police men. .' '? ??. ?"??? ?? ? - ; ' ?':?"'? , ! ? ??.'? '?'.? ? '?'"'.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LIFE'S SUNNY SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

LIFE'S SUNNY SIDE. Times. OFTTIMES have I in my ponderings Brought your pleasant face in view, and wondered how in all your wandering The world has treated you. Jlavu thero boon uu paius or BoriroW? f '? No Vttiu hopes uloujj tho way fy Nouliiriik of qoiniog inorr,ow? From the wrecks gf yoaterdayP If thoro hr.s, uouu Mom to know it, > A? that. hAppy fuooof tliiuo, WeW obtQfyed, it flover uhQwe it, l f or I'vo wutcjiwi you ofteutimo. Vat I &w no aqt Nuspiuivuti, Not a look X thought v clue , i So I'vo thought of doVimous— Goi inJoed has fuvourod you. Down within' tho hourt'e rttodsoe ( le.th?ra vat ono litUo euro P. Somo fun , heartauhca mid diotr^sso^ XJpobaorvcd you patiout boar PJ Iβ thuro not a dwury eouson In the i>ttnHlqg, <ihi,njjliig year t Do you uover euip to rcaepn Why eomo folkii bo and appear P XLwa you over swim a rayetury, Past my ftpding out luJood, Aod if woven into historyj Oue I'd dearly lovd to read; Thoh I'd know why joy ciUures; Thou you...

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SYDNEY LITE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

SYDNEY LITE STOCK MARKET. Friday. The catlle market is in moderate supply. Prices are five shillings better. Best bullocks are worth £5 10s. Sheep are in heavy supply. Best wethers are 9s. to 9s. O J.

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Agriculture. THE MANAGEMENT OF HORSES. (From Weeks Rudimentary Series.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Agriculture. THE MANAGEMENT OF HORSES. (From Weeks Rudimentary Series.) THE food of the farm horse is usually hay, straw, cuts, beave, bran, barely meal and Indian corn. Whatever be the kind of fond employed, let it be of the best quality food is no gain in'thVldn?Tu'Oi' A<id' ?in tii? Becobd-plaoo, do uot let tue animuls (ü?t for Joiix periods. Tlin Blorur.oli of tbe htifse is small, ?nd tbe ouiiml sbo?si by ite orghiiisation, thut food should .bu' supplied frtqai-titiy tv it; fasts of : at long & duration an six or eight hoars are exceedingly pre judicial : to the health: of tho unimal. The watering tif borate is of very ooneidernbie itupwltanoe; a litlli* only should be given to them nben they; oome from woik, lired and, ovHr-bfcaled; bot as oupn'ae they on partially restedoud oooloU, tboyehould be allowed.an umpltt .eupply. .Cbanges | of food' will bu! valuable ; but it is : important to remember, that all ohangos. abonld bo',mado gradnally,; more espeoially ~...

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Science. THE HELIOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Science. THE HELIOGRAPH. THE London Daily News states that they have to thank the heliograph again for an important message received from General Stewart, and announcing the result of an allaok on tho BrilUh troops, in wtiiob tliti enemy seems to liavo mfleredeeverely. Tiio rntse&ge is dated Cuuip OUuzni, 220 d Apiil, and was received at the India Office the following dayi It is very probable that tbe uewe ouuld not have been brought so ppeediiy by elcotriu leligiuph. Tbe heliograph dot-u not require tliu route to bo kept oytu. tilts lino ol oommunicution auunul bo oul, for Ihii muiple icuhciu tliut the bit.oaliiig takes place over llie ht;Hilflo( ibe unewy, und tbuelauuue required are but few and lar,between. A ttn iucli tnirrur, aud this ia the uium&ter ol tto ordmury lluld heliograph, ia capiiblo ot rell.cnuij the euu'u iujb ia tho loriu ot a bright spot, or fiiire, to a diutnnce of. tifty niii??, tho niguai, at tbie interval beniy reouguiaablo wnbout the aid ot v...

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Broke Police Court. THURSDAY, NOV. 11th, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N.-Brooks, P.M., and Mr. R. Blaxland, J.P. ORUELTY TO A MARE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Broke Police Court. THURSDAY, NOV. 11th, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N.-Brooks, P.M., and Mr. R. Blaxland, J.P. ORUELTY TO A MARE. William Bowen was charged on the information of Mr. W. J. H. Durham, of Sunnyside, with cruelty to a mare by striking her in the ribs with a hammer. Defendant pleaded guilty, and aa : the j prosecutor did'not wisk to pres? the charge, ho was fined 2s. 6d;, and ss.' 6d; co?ts, to be'paid withiu threo days, or in! default threo doy? in' the Broke lookup. Fine 'paid. , . RIOTOUS behaviour. . , ~ James Giles Was charged with riotous behaviour on the 30th ult., at Broke .Defendant pleaded guilty. ? . - Niithatiiot Nottorfiold deposed : -Ho was a- police constable stationed at Broke ;. the defendant aud anothor were lighting on tbe road near.Broke on the 30th ult.; ho went after them but fuilod to'overtake thotn. Thomas Hall, living at Singleton, and .working at Broke, deposed : On the 30th ; ulfc. I -saw tbo defendant making n 'disturbance with another naaiod Poole....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Mr. John Brown at Broke. (From our reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Mr. John Brown at Broke. (From our reporter.) ON Thursday last Mr. John Brown of Jerry's Plains made his first appearance before the electors as a candidate for Parliamentary honors. He had chosen Broke ns the. spot whereon ? to cynimenco his electioneering campaign. At about one o'clock the electors assembled in the large dancing saloon, opposite Mr. F. Dorrlngtou'a Hotel, Broke, and the 'proceeding!) com r raenccd by Mr. York's proposing and Mr. W. J. il. Durham'a seconding the appoint ment of Mr, Thos. Coughlan, of Singleton, as Cbairman;.?' :, v ?'. ?? ? Mr. Coughlan said ho had much plcusitro in taking the chair, though ho had not ex pected to bo called upon to do anything of i the' kind,' He had thought some of the local people would havo 'been ready to take the position. He was very happy indeed to be tho first to introduce Mr. John Brown to them as'-u' candidate. ?He know his views thoroughly, but- was not goingto explain . theaij ho preferred to-let Mr. Brown do that himsel...

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A P.M. AND HIS MURDERESS. Sydney, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

A P.M. AND HIS MURDERESS. Sydney, Friday evening. John Oxley Norton, Police Magis-<*> trate at Dubbo, was deliberately shot, by a woman named Wilkie, last night, whilst standing in the room of M'Auley's pnblichouse, Dubbo. i The bullet on-, tered Mr. Norton's sknll, nnd is bud posed to have embedded itself in his broinH. , .Tho medical gentleman in attendance gives no hope of his reco very. -? He is now paralyzed, and though not ipeensible, cannot opeafc.?''?.. :': All aorta of reports are carront. One is that the crime was tho result of jea lousy. Tho woman is 'now in- ; the lockup. -.;;.:, ? ?- ]?:': - ;:<ni.yr p';^'^

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. AT the wool sales, yesterday, no large lots were offered. Biddings were active at up to recent values. The steamer Lady Darling, coal laden from Newcaslle to Molbourne, foundered near Montague Island. AH- hands roaphed tha Island safely. , Sir Henry . Parkos ? addressed tlio electors of East Sydney last night, in tlie Temperance Hall. Tho moetiDg was somewhat disorderly. ? ?

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local News etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Local News etc. THE Argus office will be closed to-day, it being a substituted holiday. As printers are often compelled to work while their neigh-<*> bours play and make merry, it is only fair that tha laugh should ba on tho other side . toWand fhao. : i.ON Wudno?tlny morning Mr. John Dnwcon, pi UiO!well-knowu linn ot J. mid 3i. Dnwaon, dtopctis Gowgiv?treot, Sydnoy, dropped detulf It l? Buppoaed from licnit dtecnsu, whilst'chsU?ing a book ut the School of Attain?ydnvy, Mr. Dawson in August last , paid R visit to Bomo of his friends in Hiurlo tou, and appciirod tUeu to bo in perfect ,healthY So Budden v death baa given a : great shock to his ftionde. Ho was v gonial, , kind'ho?rted gentloman, a little beyond the prime of life, and waa widely known and v Mooted... .' ,- - ——— ? library of tlia Sleobanics , Instituto hw'been' further replenished by the addition ' : V*6f Another parcel of new books, puichnsed by President when recently in Sydney. The ' assortment thoagh n...

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The Noble 34,434. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

The Noble 34,434. IT is much to be regretted that there is no law to reach those misguided and mischievous people who are ever getting up petitions for the reprieve of hardened 'orirainale whose lives have becomo for feited. It Jβ soinothing ecandnlous that '???? petition containing Bonie 84,-184 ijamoa should have been presented to ?tho Governor of Victoria, praying for the reprieve of euch a hardoned and incorrigible outlaw and murderor ns ?Nkd Kblly. What tho patriotism of Buoh o crew must bo worth it is hard to Bay, but it is plain that Victoria will bo Ina bad way if ever a revolution or a 'civil war breaks out there. Hero are fl4j'lB4 criminals, looso and ready for wo know riot what sort of outrogeu. Tho ?petition ehonld bo carefully preserved, ttud'd'cheok kept by tbo polico on all attached to it. it would bo interesting to know, at tho end of twelve months, how many of them havo been boforo tho courts. Such maudlin sympathy with erimo in disgusting, and tho leadors of such m...

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Advice to Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Advice to Young Men. From Essay by J.P. Walker. You are the architects of your own fort-<*> unes. Rely on your own strength of body and soul. Select some speciality for your life's work, and adhere to Paul's precept: " This ono thing I do." Let your utar bo industry, self-reliance, faith, and honeety, and insoribo on your banner. Luck wn fool; Plnckis'ahero.. Earliest effort in ono direction is the surest road to wealth and high position. ? Don't take too much advice. Keep at tho holm, steer your own ship, and. remember that tho groat art of commanding is to take upon yoorsolf tlio greatest chare of tho work. Don't practice too miich humility. Think well of yourself. .Strike out. Assume your position. It is tho jostlings of life that bring great nion to the surface. Put potatoes in n cart over aronghroad, and the small potutoee go to the bottom. Turn a raft of loge down a mill race, and tho large logo coino on top. Rise abovo tho onvious and jealous. Firo above tho mar...

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Singleton Police Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

Singleton Police Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Eliza Manns was charged with hav-<*> ing made use of obscene language. She pleased guilty. Constable Hickey gave evidence in support of the charge. l On Sunday night witness was in Huntor-stroet and defendant wqs in her own bouso in that street, hoard hor ueo certain itbomin ablo expressions epeciiiod. Witness told her to be quiet, but it bad noell'ect. Peopto wero passing home from church at tho time. Her son was trying to keep lior quiet; tho language wos re pealed a nuuibor of times. Several complaints havo been nuulo about tho horrid Innguago used by defondant und obout her premisos. Senior-Hergonnt Wobb said a lot of young lads wero in tho habit of aestim bling about tho woman's promises, whothor for an immoral purp'eso or not ho could not Bay. Thu police had been very much annoyed, and complaints were tuado continually aimitl tho defendant's conduct. Ho hoped bi...

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What not to do for Sick People. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880

What not to do for Sick People. Home Guardian. DON'T make a fuss. Don't bustle, don't fidget, don't prog-<*> nosticate. Don't hold consultation in or about the paUcni'H rooni, locouniing.all your own and yonr neighbours' experience in what you eupposo tohavo been likocnscs. ! Don'tmeddleand advise and- experi ment. '?? ' ?'? ? : Weall-neod a-gre&t deal more lotting alone than wb get,'and when Wo'are sick it ie one of ourpriihoneedc. If mortuary lists were honestly tnbu lated wo should find that moro people hnvc beon : bored to death than have "died from neglect. '~:? ??./.?:' ;? ? ?." ?'??? '. ? j'- Tho pest of the sick-room is tlin inevit able friend who drops in to " cheer up" ?tho -patient, tho'gliatening eyos mid llnflhod.cbeoke which etich raiiiistrationH oToko being bailed aHovidencoaof sacpeas by the well-meaning persecutor. v : Don't teneo the patient with questions abou,t-food. or . drink, but preaenfc tho proper quantityatsuitablo intertals ; and if o...

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