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Polling day, [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Polling Bay, The contest for the election of a repre-<*> sentative for the district of Patrick's Plains was decided on Wednesday last. THE polling in Singleton took place at Mte>. Walker's residence, in Hunter street, which for many hours seemed to possess a. magnetic influence on -voters and others. After dinner, however, there were, a great many more persons present than in the forenoon. A good deal of interest was taken in the pro ceedings, bnt there was nothing of an exciting character till long after tho poll hnd closed. The general feeling . was plainly in favour of Mr. "W-..G. Browne as' the winning candidate. At about fire o'clock, the state of the poll at Singleton and "Warkworth was declared, which showed Mr. Browne to be so, for ahead that bis supporters looked upon .the contest <is settled, notwithstanding that returns from eight other polling places hail to covui in. Tho lie turning officer stated liis intention of giving tho result and decla...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1874. A Question of Economy. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1874. A Question of Economy. THE effect of lavish expenditure on the welfare of a community, is generally supposed to be beneficial. But in our opinion this may be safely placed in the long list of popular fallacies. As. it is - the duty of the Press, to,"if possible, *" explode all each: .errors, we Intend to umbo a- few- reflections upon this subject. We will attempt to show that he who spends little on himself, and puts away , money ns the reward of his self-denial, " does more service to the State, tlmn he ?who squanders sway his means in self gratification, and in all sorts of personal . " extravagances. This truth, appears, Lowever, to bo soJittle studied and so little understood in certain qnartcrs, , that misconception and confusion with .' respect to it cloud the minds of some of our facet writers. ' "An; abto correspondent of cm English journal recently took exception to an observation mode by Mr. Goluwht Smith respecting a rich man " consum ing tlic...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English News. BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Papers.) THE WOOL SALES. London, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

English News. BY CABLE. (From the Sydney Papers.) THE WOOL SALES. London, December 8. THE wool sales closed with increasing weakness. Quotations show a decline as compared with the September rates of a 1d. to 3d. Faulty wools show the "heaviestfali. Sound - fleeces were scarce', and comparatively: firm. The neVtr clip for Great Briton com prico. ' 22,000 hales were ; exported ; 10,000 old stock offered, and SoOo' vrithdrawn; .. : '"'* j " Tlie produce of the' New; Zealand Co., dated "London, "December 8/" sa-ys: '—*? Wool sales closed flatly. ' "Clearly all descriptions declined .from"' Kid.to 2d. The sales compriee about 85,000 hales.. 22,000; taken for export; 4000 were withdrawn, "During part of the sales a good many second-hand parcels were offered. The prospects of the next sales,ore not so good.' Tallow. Pnhlic sales.-.' of Australiaa comprised . 4000 casks- 1 - mutton, 445.. ; heefj 48s. Leather : Best: sides fetched a farthing advance on previous rates. Others tin changed. ?...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Murrurundi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Murrurundi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 14th. The principal subject of notice here is the electioneering excitement, which generally prevails. Adverse parties are discussing with animation the [?] questio of the future representative of this; electorate, and, so far, Mr. Tweedledum is : about as well off as the other candidate" Mr. Tweedlcdee. I believe there is a third—named Hungerford. but he will : lutnger-for'i ivlong time-at his present pace, if Murrurundi has any infiuenoi iv the result. I went to Mr. White's meeting last Satra^layrugh<: : iace everybody .else of common sense,- and I heard, most of what this ' giant of squatter* had ?>,say. He delivered himself. pretty bonestt/ —?ob much so for safety from the law, I should have thought; bnt perhaps there are niore dummies than land selectors can boast. However, ?? one of the symjiathiscrs with; the true progress of the, people, I thought his palaver had. not the a p?triot. : There 'was., the ob scurityS: ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE REV. JOHN GRAHAM ON THE DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL SYSTEM. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

THE REV. JOHN GRAHAM ON THE DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOL SYSTEM. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am, Sir Your Obedient Servant W.G.R. STEPHINSON. MR EDITOR—At the present time, When the Public and Denominational schools of the colony are exciting so much attention, reliable information and sound reasoning will not fail to be appreciated, eve* by those of voux readers "who BtiH adhere to the Ve noiuinational system. Anything from the I pen o£ such a man .-is the Rev. John Graham, Congregational minister, Sydney, is deserving | . attention", and I therefore bag to sendyott*: j lev extracts from a letter -written by that ! centlcman. which animated in the Si/fiey Vvrning Beralil <>I tin- Sth inM., and which mar have been recu by wilj a few of your i readers. 1 dare not think my pen so power- , fnl as some have lately declared it to be, but while posses.?d of power to use it, may it never cease to expose error and misrepresen tation. Mr. Graham says-. - "The Presbvwrian...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the Correspon-<*> dent, not necessarily for publication but as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to he. borne in, mtnd thjit iec no wit lv inserting letters convey any op,num. AwraUe to pteir contents. We open oxr colirm-n* to all vritJio*t leaning to a*g t and thus supply a cliakneil far tie jmVlicatton- of opinions of alt siades. We reserve to iclres tite right to eliminate ai'. rcjectimutSlc 'natter from letters. PomsptndenU are " tntrtievlarly requested to- write **Zy en\ en* side of the paper. ,'??' .\ .'; .'-'-

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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FLOOD GATES AT WEST MAITLAND (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

FLOO D GATES AT WEST MAITLAND (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours truly. JAMES PRITCHARD, Contractor. West Maitland, December 14th, 1874. SIR—In your issue of the 9th inst, there is a statement copied from the evening N[?] respecting flood gates for West Mait-<*> land. That statement is incorrect, and cal culated to injure mc as a contractor. Tho -enclosed is a copy of reply inserted." by the EreningXeies of lOthinst. . Your publication of same will oblige.' . "In. your correspondent's report from. West Maitland, of the Ith instant, aa error .; occurs resjpecting amount of tenders for flood : gates; my tender being X37C7, and hot : *3667, Dyvour co-respondent, *it would appear that Mr. Smith had obtained ;a preference over nre; whereas; the fact is, that my teiwler exceeded his by vCIB j .there- fore the. Council accepted hn? tender, it bieinjj . -the.lowest. ?' .' '"?„" ->-'-'.' 'J." ??/..-.?"-? ?.:." Front the inarmcr in which" your corres pondent has gi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS V. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

THE DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS V. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am Sir. Yours truly, W. BREYLEY. SIR-Having had my attention drawn to a letter signed W.G.R Stephinson. which was published, in the Argus of December 5th, and professed to show by the Inspector's Reports, that the Public r School is-the most efficient in that the. rartracts-RYrvr nut altered to suit the. 'case, 'soughV t?,vbe : writors-; 1 ' : ?--JJ:': J : ; : - '""' ' -J^JJ : /^V::/ v r; ; !'s;; ; ;:;r. '?' ? "'.The..'eirtiraeT';f rw-She'-'nsmrt!''**':'il?is,v r i?4'' spector's for::'lB73- is. stated by W..G. B. Stephinseu; thiw^,;-/;.';./;^;;^...;;.' " Churchof"Erigbjnd''^'^hp'average pro . ficiency-is-Timrdly toJeriiSe*?" ' : ., . /.'-?- ,'/';';, ' : 'JJ'' The foUowing' extracts arc also given, said to l>e taken from the " Observation Boot" of - therPublio v.:---'- :-..:.. '?-.'. r*Orgarnjartion—-Goo<l.".: * ;.-'. ,-r'. -;;'. ?? : '-"' Fair.*!: ' r ? ? He then says "The Inspect...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Dr. M. Gibbon's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Br. iS/Gibbon's- Lecture. THE Rev. Dr. [?] delivered a lecture [?] the subject [?] Wednesday evening last in the Hall of the Mechanics Institute. ""?Jr. W. Jluructl occupied the chain. The rev. lecturer, in the .cuurseotaooac preliminary remarks £ta f ed lti>? intention -of dealing with the lecture on odncs*ioa_-to'li : vcred by I>r. 'White sprae weckfc, previously, aba with a view to -showing tin*., fiallncioua -1 ness of- the statements' contained therein. [ One of the causes- of bis haviagrjeon induced : -to- look morVchwely into the- lecture, <ns> he h said the ."very iavorablc: that' the C&urrJtmax (tl? "recognised organ ' of the Chnrch.-of England) had given of it. -He rondo some observations upon tbe inrvaln ' able 'pririfege; they enjoyed as afxee people of Uclng- sitorred- to express their opinions freely on the platform and in the- Plress. Ho ? was .vers- glad "Dr. White had spoken and Tim views had bsca given to the -world. He nsked'for.as fair...

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The General Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

The General Election. THE following are the candidates returned to Parliament. Those marked with as asterisk held seats in the late Assembly. Paddington-Hon. J. Sutherland. un-<*> opposed. jfenceaxtle— Hon. G. A. l.lovd*, C3t votes. Sydney (East) —lion. 11. "Parkcs*, 382S votes; J, Ttfacintosh*, 3C31 votes - A, Stuart, 3083 .votes; J. Davies, 23W votes. Sydney ( West) —J. Eobcrtwn*', 2703 votes : G. K. Dibbs, 320+ votes; H. C. Dangar, 2207 votes ; A.' Cameron. 212 I? votes: Parramatta —Hugh Taylor*, 480 votes j C. - J. Byrnes, 361 votes, nUbc—Kan. G. W. Allen*, 1233 vote*." i*P**rcftwra\—S. C. Brown*, unopposed. JUastuig* —lt, B. Smith*, unopposed. Skoalkaren —J. Warden*, jmopposcd.' Hartley —Thomas Brown, unopj>osc<L ' Haitland (Eatty-S. Scholcy*, .2WI votesi Windstrr —BL Uriver*. 255 votes. Patrick's Plains— -W. C. Browne*, GCi voteaL JYort/.vmbrrland—C. X- Stevens*, 1238 votes. 3Tnri>eth —B, JVistlom*, 311 votes. Albert Fricker, a wiuc seller at For...

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Insolvency Court. SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Insolvency Court. SCHEDULE, December 10.—George Lloyd of Sydney merchant. Liabilities, £63.770 9s, 7d Assets, £615 19s Rider : £6L370 14s.sd of the liabilities shown by insolvent. schedule were incurred by his London Srs, Merry, Lloyd, and Co., iix connection WJta the Andansoaia Fibre Company, now bra? wound np iv Ch-inosrr. Jeremiah Healcy, of Elizabeth-stn?> Sydney, out of business. Liabilities, ilW* 16s. Gd_ Assets, £20. Mr. Mac&eas* official assumee. George Harrison, of Newcastle," Jaboorsr. Liabilities, .£ll7 3s. 7d,, of which XGS a seemed. Assets, ill. Mr. Ifackeaes, official assignee. , William Payne, of the Tichbome "beat near Paries, miner. Liabilities, £oi ?*? 2Jd. Assets, £5 10s. Sir. Mackeaue. .official assignee. (UJIIXLE2.DEB, , Edmond Henry Simmons, of Sew as** agent. Liabilities, X 236 17s. 7d. Aoe* -j£Bs. Sir. Humphrey, official assignee. ' SCHEDCLE FILED. Ellen Cooper, of Armidale, storcteepS Liabilities, .CI 153 Os. fid. Assets, £510 13*-' SUKUESDEIt. , ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

On- Saturday last a cricket match was pUjrf between the Singleton and Albion (jkfaitlmd) cricket clubs, resulting iu"a_ victory for tit latter of aix. wickets. We "give the tant below;, lv reference to the match, a corns. pondent writes :—" I wish to inform yon Oat there was a prize bat offered by Mr. A.E. Johnston to the player, making over 50 ma in the match. This, yon will observe, in won by Sir. W. T. Hand, making 54, acdit was one of the best played innings ni returned on the ground. He went in secooi, and carried his bat all through the innings and was eventually caught off the last bovt T. Onus and A A. Glcnnie deserve gnat 'praise for the style in; which they phgti and to them, is-wholly due the honour d winning the match." SQTOIiBTOir. FTBST UTNISGS. T. Fawcett, 2 3 1, b. Young I -T. M'Alpin, 2 3 4, c. Smith, b. Moore ... ) T. Loder, 2 2 1, c Gleunie, b. Young ... ] I*. Waddy, 132, c. Onus, t>. Young ... < W. Hand, I, c. and b. Young — 1 It. Jarmau, 2, c Smith...

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Audacious Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 December 1874

Audacious Robbery. ONE of the coolest robberies that has ever been committed in this district was perpetrated during the night of Wednesday last, when some fellow actually stole a spring-cart belonging to senior-constable Stafford, from a shed in the police paddock near the gaol, and not-far from the residence of the officer himself. Suspicion appears to rest upon an old hand, who has but lately returned from a three months' sojourn in Berrima Gaol, to which establishment he gained admittance through the kindly influence of Judge Macfarland ; but at the time of writing no - clue has been obtained further than that on Thursday evening Mr. Frank Spicer, cordial manufacturer, of this town, was returning from   Bungendore and while crossing the Shoal   haven at Warri met Mr. William   Sunderland, who told him that senior constable Stafford had lost a spring cart, and he (Sunderland) wished to know if he had met anyone with it   along t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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LINES DEDICATED TO A YOUNG FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

LINES DEDICATED TO A YOUNG FRIEND. MRS. M. HUNT. Belfort. I know of one whose looks [?] Her [?] of [?] And yet to [?] and cheerfulness, she very much inclined. * ?br 'amlUm:,niuutZi* with. to?j lfpi*> Tho -nlniibrg truth dtselunw,: "Which, wetc* to **s* tinjgf vanctte am TtuuEk ** Xave nnio tig*l tlie Xlumv^ Goortnature. wn&ixooA temper, o'er.; Her feature* Qo ptcolfa ; ? tTUicifc mttfctw th* youth* at <mc? exclaim.. Slui'M m*ko aY cbwrurinc tirid*ev, I know llui man that torn lipr now, Witti ipe he frill agree i JIWI when they are la wedlock Jtxmnd? X hops thcy'lt !i*TW lw.

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Original Poetry. LINES ON CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

Original Poetry. LINES ON CHRISTMAS. ARGUS. Twelve months are past, and now at last [?] merry Christmas [?] and [?] and near fall on the car The [?] Tf**v&o*lboj,mtmrt* tor: boa*—* In Swxch of apart ?4 r?Jn, < 4* away be tfea withi fparmnyqfH 7b* jreiur jotot pw£ dow-Im*! ?fhjwt? Jta battling: .to- ?*pfcw ; Jt? paatf* ?*d ww*? aatagr Ittbwws, Row tammfc *bo?p*ri£|.fe£gjMr£ ? ¥&a bcaxtit.clotwvfttt m*Qs~tbxoa?" Eptbl jffxD* oiptaiaft tber-cktawwwr Tatar Yt> oitr,)Osoji?4s?rth. P . ' ' "&£o4 podit of >r*law; i „ ?Tlha. ebiiOM noar raia% r& <?a ghMftuwwft oartfr. AJ4KM?Ib tar?rttbmiTllj?tlrtfd; OVrermk ?*nt bmfcp the brahmen t?ko 'So-tftcir track no** *?*??,, Ifep pe*ra from horn* to htfufcr - TIV their: own?ra* Irtonda, TTWr truck alow w?o?U , l L - The sn? fcoat: borne t? Simo; In ifoncc wWI rtmt Modnn; about, Ibt pcup&t io. bqiU an** town Stow jtwaEtrwid. *Ing—to tbajirinfcatliey fltoftV 3tteiraorro??ba?t-t?-dr?wn.;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

MOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ? "A'PVEBTISERSare requested to SEND J\. IN THEIR FAVORS for the NEXT TSSUEof'the ?*.Argn*.r not LATER than NOON TO-MORROW, it being contain-, plated, in Olirlcr to allow bar staff a holiday. to PUBLISH the ordinary SATURDAY'S issue TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. , v .-'?'; BOYCE Sc PINCHIN, . ?;.-'..:?...:- : : ,. ,-,?::'.;?' - Proprietors. ! I Office; Dec. .2Jrd.1?74.:; Borough of* j; "VTOTICE ?ia hereby given' that the Muni- Jl3l; cipal Council Chambers have been removed from the Mechanics* Institute to the .premises School; in '.Hunter-street, '. .' .-.:','. .' ,'..' -'?'~ :?;?'??'??:'?.?'' ?;"? ? C. POPPENHAGEN. ?.?'-'???'V.V"'V : CoancU.Cleik.' Municipal Council Chambers, ?:' ? i ' Sinsteaa,D?cJaVw22?lB?l?. - -I ? "Wanted rOJt KiN? : BABKIKG. ""'*. - ? -."' V.-HL THOMSON. flct-Oocembet-, 187*. -~ 7- . Wanted .. A'pISE It A It S E B V A N, T. An elderly persea prefenrd . Xnruc-jLT office* Johnr-?trcet, StogJeton ?ffaatad. T\\TO IKTEIXIUENT TOCTBS as . apprentices t...

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MAITLAND MARKETS, £c. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

MAITLAND MARKETS, £c. ?'-: Business iv town- is very brisk, and will, continue su tilt after 'Christmas., reople near the town are now beginning to get their Cliristmaseujiplietfin. 'Therei*noalteratiou to. note of any, consequence in, the price of general merchandize; nor is it expected that there will be . till* after , the festive season. Carriage, is rather plentiful, iv cvHiscqueuce of the wool teams now corninjr down. ???? Wheat "and Flour,—There is- ,cry little of tie hew wheatcoming into themarkot. We beard of another, small parcel being brought iuto : town this week, but. have-not heard, of. airy sales.: The price is low, about 4?- |>cr bushel,; and is not. cxpectod to rule much, higher.'. The price of flour continue* the same, viz_ Adelaide superfine; Xl 5 to Xl5lO-v per ton,, fine, Xl 4 ;;' seconds, Xl 3 to'£l3 10s.; ; Mill prices:—Superfine. rCs: per 100 lbs.; i fine;lS.'vr household. 14*. !".' Bran and l'ollard.—The'demand is not so brisk, as if was for cither of the...

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MAITLAND STOCK REPORTS. MERSRS BRUNKER AND SPARKE'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

MAITLAND STOCK REPORTS. MERSRS BRUNKER AND SPARKE'S REPORTS. '?'? Stations. —Favorably situated fattening properties are in good raqdest, tiixd saleable at satisfactory, prices. Fat Cattle.—Notwithstanding a limited supply forward on Monday, sales were far from brisk; later in the week there Was a liettcr demand, and prices realised slightly in advance of last week's quotations.,-; As usual at' this season, the; trade avoid purchasing cattle of medium 'quality,'.thus rendering it less'.difficult ;to sustain the valne of really prime stock. Our sales comprise—on account A. B. Johnston, Esq.; 41 bullocks at £&to £3 lis.'; Mr.J^C..fames, 31 bullocks at XS.IDs. to XlO -, Messrs, Clift Bros., 160 bullocks at. £T I2s. to £8;- D. Knlkuery Jun., Esq., 22 bullocks at"£S Bs. to X7'; I cow at £5 Us, Campbell's bullocks at.jCS"; Willand's cows arid bullocks at £5 10s. Quotations —20a. to 21s. per "100 lbs. On Monday next we have two drafts of prime fat cattle to offer for sale at the Ca...

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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. V""., .'arrival " ; BttnC IStt. Octtfffer ( /l8U/ , ' n l<Jth January* 167.5.* ' '' w 7th jSfrtrruary.' -V* -" , ; Wi Jfcwtk . ' „ *-.'- A.prft.7 ". ? „?". r>KsrATCu. 1 About Suit. 4t& Oct. TS74. 1 „ 'lie .Not. „ | _ 33tl'l ., ., 27th line- _ ' „ 34th Jun. 1K7IT. ir?tFfU. „ _ ZlitUor...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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RATES OF CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 December 1874

RATES OF CARRIAGE. Marttimndi. 3*-M. ? : : : ! t Tamwbrtli.. 5-i.to**. -?;?' [ Bciulcmcer.. 7*. to 9*. . t Armidaltf*- .. . Vh.to9s.Gd. | Itockj River fe.to?4.&L; f OnnnsOfth,,- 7*-t<*cVs, -,' [ Xumtbri ..' S*.tr*?i.G4- J Walertt-... life, to 14s. J Botirke -... IS*, to 19?. . J Raxrmba. ..„.-. 4*V<& to J .-/ ?-?.-.;-,." 9fc*L. ;..?'. ?:"??:> , Iiiugera.... **?. (ML < iftirUMo, --- ' ftttd It*. CftlUn- [ Upon.... lSd.&Lfcoll>n ' Slarriw* v. ? 4*. ?4. to 5* . Rutwllfe .... lfe.el.to G* CtKilnh.??'!?'.??. >K.tofitvCtf CootuUKurra- I . J&toOs. OllUitfrJ .. T?.G(ttotl? Wee VTm. .. 9*. to5a.Cl-

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