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Poetry. LA BAISER FLOTTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880
Poetry. LA BAISER FLOTTANT. By W. D. W. NotreDame Paris. I MUSED as I stood for a moment On the high Cathedral dome, my heart leaped our to Molly. and I wafted a kiss toward home. gpneitb la? the brilliant oity,;- ?,; ;..-../ ~??/>., TbeWte? ,ln a? tbe world; . ~....,.? . >,'.' ~,„ Tfaroogb its toidet liko aalirping vJfUver... IbeebiningrWer curled.. ? ; :, ~: ~',; ,;. , L ~ Aod I Iboaglil, as the yoiai'tt ite'iaiilHo?? ? Did id one great rbiir ootabino; ' "' ' - ?'.'??"' v tliey had mtiny' Mollies 2 ."???? ' i?' '? And loved thorn ?BllbV* : r tnlDeT -; - >-';?; -.- , Hbow there are Mollie^amppgitheiiij'.','' : poiit' 9 amuoh-iovoiJ narae,, .-,. '.'''' , ? ?BatnoDe shatiti Fatliei'e efleejion., ~!;?;' ?Aifflice, atand: joel the;same..,,, : ' Y . ~ '/ For, next to the Holy Madonna, '? ??? ;?"??..;? . V?boae naibe''ever bleeH'eiiS'"ebjill he, ????:* ' : there never wafl Mnry 'ni6DgBt iaoitala ? ? 'goloved a?jny Mollie by iae: ' ,; J .??..-. ?, Tben the wind qaugbt np; ..,'" i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880
THE LAKGEST SALE IE" AUSTRALIA. ? I I Mil r- Iβ CERNIAM BSRMINGHAM . ;.: 'iiiE.AUsraALiAN .. ? . "HQME" SHUT'TkE AMEBICAN LOCK-STITCH , bjwing;machjne ; The Best , arid' Worked Sev/ing Mac?ine in the Market without regard ! : to price. ISrO 1 H " MAOHINE REDUCED TO ; ?*>* -? ?; - : " K.B.—Thin is nlio (iilnptcrt for Moon Tablo ..!, :; oriil Trcndlfl.wblohwowlUr'riDWfitiiiiyUi?o ? P ,C?f EleimntAraoricanronnnlaotoro, for£3, ITO 2 MACHINE.for Treacllotisoonly having tbo very grcut adraiitago o£ being ect level with tbo table, complete, with ElegautOrna mental Iron Stand, with liuhilbouio polished topa.oomplctc. BBDUCED TO TSTO S MACHINE,? abovo.wlth polished covcj to looknndprotcctmnchlno. HEDUCED TO ? . ....:;. AUSTRALIAN Letter from the Manufacturers! Mehbiis. M. Moss and Co., Sydney, N.S.W. Gcutlcnien, f Our attention having been called to advertisements inserted in one or iriore of tho colonial papers, "worded iii. such ? ' uiaimoras to lend the public to suppose ! that tho Imp...
MAB. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880
MAB. THEY wondered what she would be like-&lt;*> the new cousin who was coming to Redwood "I believe she is called Mab," said Papa Reed. "I think she was named Mabel Sbo is about seventeen, and hue been at school for tho lost six years; Sho hoe no home, tiow thut her grandfather in dead, and must como to Uβ. Moro than that I oaunot tflll'you, girls. Whether sho is UtU or short, durk or fair, protty or ugly, I cannot Bay. I never saw her in my life. So Bell and Gurty wondered. All their lives thoy hud lived very quietly at Bed wood, having no companions of their own ago, educated by private teachers, trad never having boon five miles from the spot where they wore first born. . It was no wondor, thorefore, that, they thought ouriou&ly of this unknown couniu, boru on tho sea, who had gouo abroad as a child, whoso home had been among tho White Mountains, who had spent no many ycard at school, and could remember no mother. "She muet bo very lonoly," said gontle Gerty. ...
Nobelist. IN THE FONDS OF THE SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880
Nobelist. IN THE FONDS OF THE SERPENT. By DONALD CAMERON. "Melbourne Life," "Transformations" "For Earthly Passion Sake," a Grit, "La Fills du Diable," "The Skinfin ministry," &c., &c. Miniitry," #tf.i #?. M ?'? ??" '-. . .' : lie meami to do ill deeds mnbo ill deeds dono.'! CHAPT?EB i.-'.-v j Jbe btt?ket was taken' out, and Walter and Victor took a. handle each and walked away into tbe forest. "Well make for the old Hercules': resemir," taid Victor, "where we will lave lunch, and then, when the. basket is lightened, we can go to .Pern. Tree Gully, where we are but? to get plenty of speci mens ; besides, it will bo nice and cool." " You'll not go near Begnn's ?". queried Walter. " 1 don't think. bo," said Victor, ova ? sivrly. "liook, there is Grant's l J uluce!" On the pebbly hillside there, was a rtnnty of an extraordinary .description. It might have done for a dog-kennel; but to lover ot hi? hounds would have thought them well disposed of in it. What the oiiginbl ...
Execution of Ned Kelly. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 13 November 1880
Execution of Ned Kelly. KELLY expiated his career of crime on Thursday, on the gallows, in Melbourne gaol. Up to a short period before his execution he entertained sanguine hopes of reprieve, and made frequent written appeals for clemency, but without avail. On Wednesday the governor of the gaol informed him that there was no hope, and told him he must prepare for the worst. Kelly made a final appeal that his body should be given up to his relatives for burial, but this was also re- fused as against prison regulations. His three sisters paid him a farewell visit on Wednesday night, and an affectionate scene ensued. Kelly retired to his bed at half-past 1 o'clock on Thursday morning, and was restless for about one hour, but then slept well until 5 o'clock, when he arose and engaged in prayer for 20 minutes. He then lay down again, and was visited shortly afterwards by the Rev. Deans Donoby and O'Hea, who ministered spiritual consolation, and remained with him until the last. They wou...
The East Sydney Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
The East Sydney Nominations. Mercury. The nomination for East Sydney took place on Monday at noon, at the Hustings in Hyde Park, in the pre-&lt;*> sence of a large assemblage. ,: i Tue Returning-officer opened the proceedings, and proposed to -limit tbe! proposers and seconders to five minutes; ;each, and candidates to use their own discretion. Hβ celled upon the meet ing to give each candidate; a fair and impartial hearing. ??????: :?;? Mr. ~? George Merriman , proposed Charlos James Roberts, and Mr. Hugh ?McMasters seconded tho nomination. '; /Mr. Walter Bradley nominated Dr. s?enwick, and Mr. Thoma9 Cowliebaw seconded the nomination. ?>? Mr. John Mclntosh nominated Chas. Moore, and Mr. Welter Bradly, in the of .Alderman Green, seconded the nomination. ?.';ri Mr. : George Allen Mansfield nom inated Henry Cary Dangar, and Mr. ?James Punch seconded the nomination. Mr. William Clark nominated Samuel Lees, and Mr. George Witbore seconded the nomination. ? Mr. William Rob...
Cricket. (From a Correspondent.) SINGLETON RISING STARS V. MUSWELLBROOK C.C [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
Cricket. (From a Correspondent.) SINGLETON RISING STARS V. MUS WELLBROOK C.C THE above clubs played a cricket match at Muswellbrook on the 9th November, which resulted in a victory for the former by five runs. The bowlings of W. Maguire and J. Kerrigan for theB.S.O.O, wns very effective, and nleo the.battin? oE \V. Maguire (.44), K. Gil let (33). and W. Walker (12) deserves mention. The bowling of Smith and Cribb; for Maewdllbrook was very good, and also the batting of Esther (28), Cribb (27), and Morriaan (17), whose, iaae were gofi in spleudid stjle. The long-stopping o£ Jamee : Diaea was much admired in tho second iDninge. ' . : Singleton, Nov. 11,1880.. : ,
ANOTHER PROTEST AGAINST REMISSION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
ANOTHER PROTEST AGAINST RE MISSION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am, Sir, Yours respectfully, SCRUTATOR. SIR, —In looking over the many addresses already issued to the free and independent electors of N. S. W. by candidates for the new Parliament one cannot help being struck by the many dedges resorted to to c'ntcb. votes. I will only, notice ono of these dodges at present—the llomisaion of Interest to . Freo Selectors. The freo .selectors are now a stroug body, and of course a sop to them is considered necessary to secure the roturn of these road and bridge statesmen to Parlia ment. The poor free'eelector is to bo used as a stepping stone, but I knosv that many of them arc widc-tiwiike enough to see that this dishonest cry has not been raisod for their especial benefit, nor for tho good of the State. Thoy ennnot help noticing that every advocate for this remission has n breeches' porket intorest in the matter, nnd while they would, if successful, save the £3 lus per at...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
Correspondence. All letters must be signed by the authors We object to libels personalities abuse and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to waste one side of a sheet. Our columns are vjwii io all, but we are not responsible far our correspondents' opinions. ? . . ?'. ???'. '
The Cup Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
The Cup Cricket Match. THE second contact of the season for the Waddy Challenge Cup was completed on. Saturday last between the Holders (the Singleton C. C.) and the Ironclad 0. C.'of Newcastle. The wcath?r was coo), and the match excited a consirier jable amonnt of public interest.: Therw wish- of the: donor., to improve cricket in the Northorn dis tricts has been gratified ia at least one pnrticn|ar,yJZk,,.tho fielding ; for seldom or ever baa the public boon treated to such. a dieplay of really all-roand. good fielding, as on the occasion of the last two matches. The rain. ou Tuesday last, followed up by what.fell on Friday night caused' tho, wickets, to bo, :elow, : and from the ; start it was evident that it wn? not the batsman's." day out.". Aβ a foll-acco.unt of the rantch is'appended, : , it will bo" needless...to give any details . hetg, . but it"will only be fair to both ' clubs ;to mention those most worthy, of. praise on either side. For the " Clade". Vfebb, R.'Hogue, Ik...
European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, November 11. The whole of the first edition of Sir Charles Gaven Duffy's work "New Ireland." has been bought up and a second edition will shortly be published. ff .>;';; : ;...) 'iiondon, November 12. ;.?V£ ; Since the resignation of tho French ?? -'..*.. jjiflftbtrji a'motion has been submitted ::V; ?' t?Ttno of Deputies affirming ;tha>;the>-Administration still possesses \ the" confidence of tho House, notwitb . ? etanding -tho;reccnt adverse vole on tho , qnejitipn.of the March docrces.against '.'.;":. r'tlib Jesuitsv\ This motion gave ripe to ? ?; another dieoassion, in which an Imporia i list member, M. Baudry d' Asson, was I };} Vjected 1 -for refusing to comply with tbe ruling,&lt;)f,tho l're?ident. Tho motion of :; oorifidencowas ovontually carried by a ; ; ivriall-majority, nnd amidst great excite iinent and bitterness of feeling. Thcro C;i was ; ajargor attehrianco thon when the t- taken on the adverec...
The First Election Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
The First Election Victim. AN inquest was held this evening, before W.D. Meares, P.M., District Coroner, at the Club, House Hotel, touching the death of an elderly man, named Frank Miller. The deceased, who recently resided at Hill End, where he was woll respected, was a Hano verian by birth, and connected with a loading German family. Hβ came to Mudgeo on Friday, canvassing in the interest of Mr. H. S. Beyers, one of tho candidates for tho electorate. He com plained of irritation of tho stomach, and purchased at Mr. C. Bird's, chemist's shop, nn ounco of Shield's hydrocyanic acid, which be was instructed to be very careful in using, and to tako no more than a fow drops. Ho wns 1. dging at the Club Houbo Hotel, nnd on Sunday night retired to rest; next morning tbo ho?tose, finding him \atc for breakfast, sent to cull him, nnd bo made nnsw?r that ho would bo down directly. Ho wis not culled nguin until dinner time, when the girl went op and found him dead. Tho medical eviJonco showed...
The Candidates at Work. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
The Candidates at Work. ON Saturday last, Mr. W. C. Browne addressed a meeting of the electors at Broke and spoke on various political subjects for upwards of an hour. This meeting had not been announced, and os wo had no intimation of it until it was all bvor, wo are unablo to supply a report of the candidate's speech.. On Monday, Mr. Browno visited Mr. Brookor's, Gooraiigoola, whero a goodly number of the reeidonts of the uoigh bourhood had assombled, but owing to his receipt of nn urgent telegram re quiring his immediate attendance in Sydney, he was obliged to cut short his address, and loavo for Singleton with all speed. Hβ was well recoived at (joorangoola. ? The same ovening Mr. Browno wae to have addressed tho electors of Bridg man, where wo had nindo nrrnngeraonts for reporting his ntteronces, but the Bndden call to Sydney prevented this and 6evorul other announcod meotings being hold. An apology to tho electors for Mr. Browne's uhavoidnblo absence appears elsewhere. Mr. Joh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
WANTED— A MAN to DRIVE a 3- HORSE DRAY. Apply to R. H. Matthews, Surveyor, Singloton. X'OflAA TO LEND, on approved free oWAUUl/ hold Becurity. Apply to 3. H. Mathewb, Surveyor, Singleton. Wanted A GOOD HOUtiEMAID. Apply ' ' ? , CALEDONU HOTEL. VITANTED, a SERVANT. Mrs. E,' IV Gates, John-street. ... W' ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, Mrs.R. Dalton. ??NOTIUB. ALL CATTLE fonnd TRESPASSING on A any LANDS LEASED OR PUR CHASED BY HE, if not removed in FOUR TEEN DAYS FROM THIB DATE will be charged ONE SHILLING PER HEAD PER WEEK without respect topersons. . : Also, anyorio found DRIVING or INTER FERING WITH ANY STOCK on the above land?, or PULLING DOWN FENCES wiU be dealt with as the law directs.'' ; * JOHN WILKINSON, Glcnrock, St. Clair. -. Nov. 16th, 1880. " NOTICE. .; rfHE PUBUO BpAD from the *' X Bridge through tho 'Redbourn borry Estate BEING NOW OPEN KOR TRAFFIC, nil Persons aro re quested to TRAVEL BY THAT .ROAD as no Persons will be allowed to use tho road through the ; Race cours...
Human Depravity. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
Human Depravity. MINISTERS, in their descriptions of the corruption of human nature, are some-&lt;*> times supposed to be unduly severe. This is what the late Chief Justice Thompson, of-Pennsylvania, said in' relation to human dopravity::' ," If those who preaoh bad been lawyers previous to bntering the ministry, they would- know' and say far more about tho depravity of tho human heart than tho'y do. ' The. old ? doctrine of total dopravity. is the only. thing that can explain the falsehoods, the dishonesties, the licentiousness,, and, the- murders which are so rjfe in the world, Eduoa tion, refinement,.and even a high order of talent," cannot overcome tho inclina tion to evil, which exists in the heart, and has' taken pos?oeeion of the vory fibree of our nature." .
Burglary in John Street. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
Burglary in John Street. BETWEEN ten o'clock on Monday night and half-past five on Tuesday morning, some scoundrel effected an entrance into the shop of Mr. Fletcher of John .Street, and Htole all his money.oxcept a few coppers, , besides, appropriating (probably, thinking it was a dcod) the" marriage certificate of his victim, and a gold nugget prized. as 'an heirloom. Mr. Fletcher is a widower, having' lpst his wifo when living inGoorgo Street,! some time ago.. The burglar is evidently ono who knows- his way about: the promises, and is supposed to be identical with tho thief who, boiii'o months ago, broke into and robbed, the dwelling of Mr. Thompson, tbo bootmaker, close by. He has outwitted himself this time, we think, and it is by no means improbable the scoundrel will shortly appear in tho felon's . dock. J , ailing to ; forco , the window, nbuttors,' ho ondoavoured to prizo open the door in eoyeral places, as tho marks hv tho soft wood remain to testify..: His exertions ; in....
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. Fat Cattle were worth £4 to £5 per head, say 13s to 16s per 100lbs. Fat Sheep were plentiful and sold at 9s to 10s for good weights shorn, and i)s to 12s in wool. Lambs sold at Oβ to 10s Gd. , ' Cnlvos were worth 11s to 80s. Pigs plentiful, sold at 3s to 3£d; Wool.—Sales well attended again, and bidding brisk for every description. I offered 500 bales, and sold nearly all at 9£d to 12dfor greusy, and Isd to 18£ d for fleece, none of tho lots being of superior quality, whilst 1 hnd to hold several superior lots owing to expecta tions of owners being rather above mar ket vnlues. " . '? Sheopskine sold at high pricos again, say s£d to Bd'for fair lots, and l£d to 5d for pelts and bnrry lots. Leather eales well attended, " nhd dressed goods, also harness, scarce, and' ealeablo at good figures, whilst sole was £d lower owing to a reported decline in tho London market. Hides wero in fair request at last week's rates, 3|d to 4d for wet lots, and 4d to or 5d J...
A Lively Cyclone. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
A Lively Cyclone. ADVICES from Yokohama by the Torres Straits mails reports that lots of small craft were wrecked in a great cyclone at Tar-Wen-Fo. It first came with a perfcot hurricane, which Was Buoceeded by a great calm for forty-five minutes,! nnd; afterwards 'a galo from tho sonth. Public buildings were unroofed ; a largo tree, 100 years old, was rooted up, and passengers about the streets wore com pelled to crawl.' Green fields and trebs: were scorched' and withered..., The: barque Krekj before the' gale, was in company with ten other vessols, and after ? tho storm only fire remained in sight. Tho Seaman's Brido foundered, but tho crew were saved by bbing picked up'nfter having been thirty hoars in the j water. The British ship August arrived under jury rig, she having experienced tho' force of the typhoon. Phe sighted two men on a piece Of wroclc, but wae unable to render a?siet anco to them: '
Local News etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 17 November 1880
Local News etc. THE prospects of the vintage this year are extramely encouraging. Quite double the crop of last year is expected at Bebeah and Greenwood and the various other vineyards in tbo district aro looking uncommonly promloiug. THE dofont of Trickott by Hnnlan is odd of tho most serious ohcoks, tho prldo of Aus tralians lias of Into received. Tho particulars of tUo match will bo looked for wiih no little nuxiety, since bo many boliovo that Ttiokett uould not hnvo been boaten on hie xnorite, but thatH was probably by accident. Should this surmise provu incorrect, and the sequel chow that Hnnlan him bentou TriokoU be cause hu is a better Soulier, it should to nob a lefaon to nil who aro prono to underrate the powers and skill of an unknown adversary, or to overrate tho skill of a protege, mainly beciniso ho belongs to tho ?amu country as thotnselvoa, Trickott is undoubtedly a groat sculler, but-llonday'e raao goes to Bhow that thore is anothoT colonist oven greater than he. ~ ?...