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THE LAST MAN ON BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

THE LAST MAN ON BOARD. Truth. "CAUGHT at last Jack. The old craft's bound so drive ashore in half an hour and then there'll be wet jackets for us all " Ay, ay Bill, my boy and it just serves as right for ehlppin'aboard a ton-gun, brig. Iliay alwayshas bid luok, tbey basl" So mattered the two veteran Bailors, aa the eUooh littlo craiser, whirled onward like ft feather by wind and sea, drifted; nearer and aearer to the huge blaok pHffs wbiob, through bilndiog apray and deepening storm, loomejr oat plainer and plainer upon the lee bow. The Beabirct bad indeedmade heilast voyage!. All her boats had beenitoveta; masts and rigging bad long sinoo been torn away by tho (arloufl gale, crhaoked off by tbe'.orew themselves j and the cruel rook a upon wliioji the helpless vessel waa driving headlong would;have > crnched'the tlmbera: of the; strongest eevooty-fonr like an egg-shell. ,' But, with death poping for tbera eveij I moment, not a man flinohed. The captain gavo his orders, and thuoro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Patrick's Plains Election. Mr. John Brown In Singleton. At the Oddfellows' Hall, on Thursday evening Mr. John Brown of Ellerslie, Jerry's Plains addressed about 140 [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Patrick's Plains Election. Mr. John Brown In Singleton. At the Oddfellows' Hall, on Thursday evening Mr. John Brown of Ellerslie, Jerry's Plains addressed about 140 AT the Oddfellows hall, on Thursda eTening, Mr. John Brown of Ellerslic, Jerry's Plains, addressed about 140 persons, principally slectors. Some ijipie.. after: the; (hour -'fiV.' ,i;ifr.-!!,-;:,-A .-? ii;,y-; ;.??, ?/?.<:?<:??.:, ;.jMr. E. Gates proposed .that; Miv.Tj 1 ~hj. iC'pngblontaJtpjtbo^Tiai^^Mr-.i..: ..'. ,- J BJIiv-Pougblan,;- haying, aecondedithe , briefly expressed) his.'pleasure . ,inj introducing Mr. .Jcfhn.i Jtyown, as a candidato for tho coming .plfcojio/).:, ,:CAPP is ?tt e o-).i;> ) v.-ni-vH <~/!' IB4' : (.'Jj r fijyn;Commencpd,-by, alluding to; j.li|e; fact, oft.hier.jrigb'.t '.4jo, ?come! forward, i)iivi!)g.,been and maintaining' )iliaMJiflrei.,wflfj poking, to \m "Quoting himself to them ifbe.; though t< fit. r ,H,o;hadnot hjid .much, expqrienoei ha.ij....

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Nobelist. IN THE FOLD OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER IV. DAN REGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Nobelist. IN THE FOLD OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER IV. DAN REGAN. BY DONALD CAMERON, Auther of "Silvercater Bond" "Scripoplis" "Melbourne Life" "Transformation" "For Earthly passions". Sake," "Grit," "La File du Diable," " The Skinfin Ministry" & c., & c. "The means to ill deeds make ill deeds done." " A little learning is a dangerons thing; Drink deep, or taste not the Piorian apcting." -Pope . The needs of trees that fall in open ground, ItrtuMlbojrhavoliifUt,aodaoll, and air, I LttilUnattralghiimd well proportioned fonnj. , lliiUipre?dii>B boughs and iallagolutr. ..-. , Ji'.nh.u ibe eooJ in aickote fla'ds a pluco, o:omrjciiy, buogrylaml, ! IlDOg?'os upward; uwnried and wilLont graco— i Dtiitmei among lie poors to stand ; Koltbie/actlomoonoloeo thoeiunt— toggles opwwus to wuat it thinks light: i The newcomer, -who handed his horse to new, weather-beaten man, a pensioner of ( tie family, was none other than the Dan Began. As ho stood at the ; Jjor, Walter was struck w...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Local News, etc. A CORRESPONDENT writes us from Broke professing amongst otherthings to gives an unmasked version of what took place near the close of Mr. John Brown's meeting at JJrok'e.'oii .Thursday'week.' .\yp" ! " e'eline/ to b'ur'epnco'iu'gMri? insertion , to this Ipitor Wγ tyro reasons—Urstlyj that (lie iin- Hiiijkedi.vQr?ioQ , * ,i?' not. in accordiince with : '.{ltd-, on which > pur ircjior.tor.is prepared to make n Btatutory dcclni'nlioii bo ; and nocomllyi tllmt :; \vb must?'refute to,'publish ha lotteredeoUohoeriug- puffs wliieli cAtV only' <iihi\ a-epico iinsjour; advertising: colurao?, ;T|io writer'a veraiou" nifty, how-, eve;;, be'quoted' to show 'thoao ;wWt ; 6ort of ? hilKWiprise'rilatfon''p'e'ople',; iiot ! 'ncoustortiod to tiikiiig ncounite nott>?r<oC.'ptiw< ceedidg?; sometimes; if oil; iuto.i Xhwi'ie tho i" ! ii|ifnnskeil. versipu' 1 :,. .*'.aq soon Brown finialieil his uililrciis' tlio' grentei; p!?tt i>t tlic people lef...

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DO SHARKS HARBOUR THEIR YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

DO SHARKS HARBOUR THEIR YOUNG Scientific American. AN interesting specimen of porbeagh shark (Lamna punclata) was caught recently off Great Neck L. I. It was a female and was sent to Mr. E. G. Blackford of that city, whoeays: "When I received her die had not beon dead moro than eoyon hours. JFrom the immense size of her stomach, I thought eho muet have swallowed a barrel or two of uioss bunkers, nnd to gratify my curiosity I opened her. Imagine my surprise /when, instoud of moss bunkers, 1 found ten littlo eharks, evidently her offspring, and nil just the eamo size—exactly two feet long. I should say they wero about six months old, fur a young si ark whan hatched from the egg measures about four inches. It hoe been a disputed question among fishermen for some time, whether young sharks, in time of dangor, do notaeok safety ia thtir mother's stouiaoh; I think this case proves that they do, for the littlo one* were perfectly sound ; thero was no mark on them as if digestion had begun,...

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The Victorian International Exhibition, 1880. THE ART GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

The Victorian International Exhibition, 1880. THE ART GALLERY. By A LADY CONTRIBUTER. My visit to the above named gallery being but a very short one, I am unable to do more than give my readers an extremely slight account of the treasures contained in it for many days might be ' '?) ?OuDt tlwre without exhauating all its charms, 11. -Vp'tno Italian .Court huug semul very beautiful painting, but the Italian Commissioner, to vthocu 11 courbijj'. I urngreatly indebted ior thn pleasure i experienced whilst in that portion of uiu guller> rj. Inoru espocially in bis charge, told roo that the t- moat eminent artiots wore uuabio to ?d to on ? Exhibition, us tho triennial one hold in that oountry took place at liirin last May, and was tv contrauo open uatil, I think, next month. Thoit * ,M?t works lure been naturally sent to their otvti great allow, and we have thiu misacd the oppor tunity of socin* puliitinss dona by nlon whose lutinos, ere known and revered wherever tho love of in" ejcl...

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DEUX PENSEES. HE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

DEUX PENSEES. HE. BY MRS. ZADEL B. GUSTAFSON. The sanitarian WHERE the cool and pleasant grasses Fringe the field rill's mazes, All the way that she must pass is White wish daisies. Will sbo haste or Will she linger, Look ao?tere or kindly? Tho light wave of one whitn finger Leads mc blindly. There's no riddle like a maiden— Pliant, ductile, simple ; . Into grave looks, thought o'erladon, Glides a dimple. Eyes—with tears that rnn not over— ? ~ Snift with laughter flashing; Smiles that bless a doubting lover; , Frowns, hopo-dasbing. See I ehe comee. Her exquisite motion Swaya tbe daisies whitely. Never wave on eammer ocean < ' Moved more lightly. Nearer! Ob, in nbat swoet fashion Will sbe give mo greeting? Whether with love's snow or passion?— Haste, my sweeting 1 -.' ? . . srx? On the grove's cool shadow yonder, How tbe heat is winking ! Does he see mc yet 1 I wonder What he's thinking] Shall I baste or ehall I tarry ? Which wonld be most seemly ? Will he love mc, wbon we...

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Household. RENOVATING BLACK GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

Household. RENOVATING BLACK GOODS. THE best way to cleanse black cashmere is to place the dress or goods in strong horse water made lukewarm. Last it remain in soak all night then take out and hang on a line to drip nntil nearly ary, when itmay bo preseed off.; ; Do iia>?inpe or wripg,- Orwaeb. in'hot encle' with a little bbrax in the water; rinee in bluing water—ylery bine—and -iron while, damp: It wilt look almoet e(ja?l to ?'Mvi, : '-' : \'''r.'.'-' : ff:- :''?:??<'??'.'.."??y , '-' :: -- ?'? ??'?'???!?;- ~ .?-.;. - :; Take in:old kid Klove, no nitttfer how i;Ui and boll; i' >n a pint of water for: a abort time; then let i> uool until the leather o?hbe taken in ,*be band without burning j n<6 tbe glove wb> ; with the water to Bponge-off. tne ribbon. -If .ihe ribbon U very dirty, dip i? into water ana draw it thrbngli the flogere a'few limes before eponglpg.?;? After rol'e?niDg, v lay' a vpiede ? of, paper : ! oyer the ribbon end iron; .paper i? b...

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MELBOURNE. Friday [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 20 November 1880

MELBOURNE. Friday Mrs. Jones of Glenrown Hotel has been committed for trial at wangaratta, on a charge of harbouring Ned Kelly. Mr. Gaunson defended Mrs. Jones. Experiments with Alfred Lee's pro- cess of preparing meat has turned out most satisfactory.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

wees;" . . Newcastle Stearnsljtp Company ,SXII&_-. * (Limited). IfOTjICE TO~SHIPPEKS AND -onau le h ' orclt _ notlfie( , thftt r tbo f o i loOTri( j J. appointments ns AG-NTb OF IHIB litfmf lhf COMPANY Will tako effect an and from *w* Wfti > XO-MQRROW (FRIDAY), Ist proximo ?— r.> i?nir 3ot * Captain TILMOUTIt V Dte, Agont, Morpeth Mil 1 1 Messrs' RiciiAnnsoN and Scully, Agents, ?r?iwi '1 i Raymond Tcrraco . h/io ) ( i Mr. 8 fcTAnnBiDOE, Agent, Patorson M9Ol i„? tI (Mt W MAlitin, Agont, MlUor's I orest r ;ll? ( ?> jirld oil business in connection witfojsuip" ynlinU ?i inents to and from Mor( eth nnd the above it rr in nr Agencjcs'Will bo attended to by these cl( t i3oi ' t gentlemen, nil of whom have" ttic ndvnnlnsjc " <?' i of long connection and intimate knowledge it.ij-ffir |i.of> tho requirements ot tho trade at their re \J \ llt . t . dpepttvo Agencies , i .{. j, "t * p -Any communications respecting tho gene _„, — ,* „)i JTdl business of tho Compa...

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Items. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

' ItemB. (Troni all Quarters,') 1 Dr.C.F. Marks, of Brisbane, drives, the handsomest buggy, and pair i'a the city. He,is a teetotaller and .an Epis copalian. '.' <.'. ?'.'':.': ... ., ?: . .-Wrftf'vjgj) . .'Those who speak always,,and. those. .who never, speak, are equally- unfit .for friendship. A good proportion of the talent of listening..and. speaking is tho social virtue.' ~.?' ?;<' ~ 'Crinolines are creeping;'in by, slow, degrees. . At this time, they aro only used to keep the drops outlet the back. , ". My doar," said a sentimental maidon to her lover, " of what do these autumnal tints, this glowing baldric of tho Bky,: this blazing garniture of the dying year, reraind you ?" " Pancakes," ho promptly answored. And then sho realized , . for the first time, that two hearts did not. beat as one, Mrs.. Langtry has looked so> lovely since she wore old gold satin that .hor popular namo has been changed to the Amber Witch. " I'll strike you with a biscnit" i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

jgr„l Fbee-Gifts I—The Proprietors of Wolfe's Akomatio SCUIEDAiI Schnapps, ;to induce the destruction and - prevent the 'improper use of tbeir wrappers aud labele, ! and thus further protect tho Public against fraud and deception, hnvo enclosed in the wrappers, or under tho label on tho qunrt bottles, Bince Ist October 187 a, and continue to OIICIOSO IS EVJJIty DAY'S PACKING TUBOUGHOUT THE YEAE, THREE XI ORDERS, which are drawn upon the under signed, nnd which will bo cashed by them on presentation. To secure tlieso Gifts, the Public must be careful to ask for, and ac cept nothing but tho Genuikb Cdolpho Wolpk's-Schnapps, with our name upon tho label. M. Moss aud Co., Wynyard Lone, Sydney.—ADVT. i '"?" ' j 0 A Aflfs T0 LEND, in Sum? to suit &_UUv Borrowers. Apply to R. H, Mathews, Survoyor, Singleton. NOTICE. rj*HE PUBLIC ROAD from the X Bridge through the Rcdboaru berry Estate BEING NOW OPEN. FOR TRAFFIC, nil -Persons aro re ; quested to TUAVEL BY THAT '.' ROAP as no Pcrfon...

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Two Libel Cases. SUPREME COURT.— FRIDAY, NOV. 19. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice, and a jury of four.) JOHN HURLEY V. DR. M'GIBBON AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

Two Libel Cases- SUPBEMBJCOURT,—Friday, Nov, 19. (Before'his; Honor tho Chief Justice, and o jury of four.) JOUH HURLEY V. DR; ' M'gIBBON AND ',".. ; ANOTHER. .:'..?' |. Jnry: Messrs. John. S. E. Ellis, ! Thomas Littlojohu.John Milliday, Jos. Davenport. ; \ , Mr. M. H. Stophen, Q,C, Mr. Darley, Q. 0., and. Mr. Pilclier (instructed by Mr,, Slattorv), appeared for the plaintiff; ' Sir .George Innes (instructed, by. Mr. Ycomans, appeared for tbe defendants. This was an action brought by John Hurley, to recover damages from the Rev.Dr. M'Gibbon and the Rev. Zachaiy Barrj, proprietors of the Pro testant Standard, for asUllogod libel, affecting tho charaptor ,of! the plaintiff, which appeared in .that paper. £2000 was claimed. Thedefondants pleaded V Not guilty." [The article, which is vory severe, j is too long to reprint here.] Tho plaintiff distinctly denied that he had taken any part in tho assembling of the magistrates at'the jWatpr Police Court when Diamond's!; license was granted. ...

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THE IRISH QUESTION. London Nov. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

THE IRISH QUESTION. London Nov. 20. Tho Government rather than suspend the Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland will call Parliament together . earlier "'than'' usual. Earl Spencer (Lord President of tho Council) supports Mr. Bright'b-. waste lands scheme for the settlement of the Irish difficulty. . ' Tbo Marquis of Salisbury charges the Government with showing sympathy with the promoters of disorder in Ireland, and expressesaurpriso at WiiigMinisters being content to be dragged wherever the wild theorists "of Brimingham dosire. The agitation against tho payment of rent to Irish landlords continues un abated. Many signs are apparent of the influences of the Land League organising a regular strike against tho system of rents. In a number of instances.tho tenants'.refuse to make any payment whatever. There is a daily increase of causes of refusal, accom panied by threats of violence against the landlords and agents. HOP BITTERS' SCULLING: CONTEST. London November 19. ' . The International Sc...

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The Human Manufactory. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

The Human Manufactory. I A bian may eat and drink heartily all day, says an unknown writer, and sit and lounge about, doing nothing, in one sense of tho word; but hie body must koep hard at work all tho time or it will die. Supposo tho stomach Tofusod to work within ton minutes after a hoarty dinner, the man would dio in convulsions in a fow honrs j or cholera or cramp-colic would rack and.wreck him. Supposing iihe pores of the skin—moaning theroby ?he glandular apparatus with which thoy aro connected—should go on a "strike," ho would in an hour .bo burning up with fovor; oppression would weigh npon tho systom, and soon become iusupportnblo. Suppose the. liver, beenmo mulish, food would bo loathed, torturing pains would invade the small of tho backhand tho head would ache to bursting. Suppose the kidnoys shut up shop, and danger most imminent, snffhrings unbearable, and death inoro. certain would be the speedy, and unenviable result. If the little workshops of tho rye shonld.close, ...

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European Cablegrams. London, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

Cablegrams- London, November 19. I A further meeting of the Cabinet was held to-day to consider tho question of holding a winter session in view of tho serious aspect of affairs in Ireland. Parliament is consequently prorogued until Thursday, the 2nd proximo, when it is understood the Houses assemble- for the despatch of business. ; Nothing further has transpired re garding the reported differences in the Cabinet. T.he barque Araby Maid, ran ashore . to-day near Kingsdown. All lives woro , saved. The Araby Moid was bound for Port Chalmers. Romo, Novembor 20. > The' measures recently taken by the French Government for tho expulsion of the various religious orders have ox "cited much hostile comment at the Vati can. ? For some- time past it has beon expected that tho Papal Nuncio at Paris would bo withdrawn if the execution of the March decrees wero persisted in. Representations on the subject aro now mado to the French Government by the Secretory of State, and a strong protest is ...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

J Commercial Intelligence. I SINGLETQK SRI0E3 CURRENT. Note,—-The above are wholesale prices, or. what dealers would glvo producers. ? ',; Singleton, Norambor 23rd, 1880. :.'.£..?.?" d. ?? ?"?'?'_ b. : d. Maiio (new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 .2 v 2 Capo Barley „ 6 '2 2" ,' 0 2' 4' Engliah Barloy ?„ 0 ? 0 „ 0 8 3 Oat?.,. ... ..., „ 0.2 6,, 0 8 0 Bran .... ... „ 0 X 0 „ 0 12 Pollard ..... „ 0 .1 0 „ 0 .1 ; 2 AdeUldoWTiqat ,;? 0 6 0 „ 0 6- 0 OolbnialWheat ?„ - -i0 ; i3 ; 9 ), 0 4 0 Flour, aupcr.iporton 12 0; 0 „ 13 0 0 Floor, sooonds „ ,. 11 Oi 0 „ 13 . ,0 , 0 Lucerno Hay... ",. I 15; 0 „ 2 0 ' 0 OateuHny ... „ 2 10i 0 „8 0 0 Potatoes... ... : ,i '2 0 0 „ 3 0. 0 Tallow „ 14 0 0 ,,10 0 0 Butter .., per lb. 0 4 ,,005 Ohoeao ... ... „ 0 0; 2 ,,.0 0 4 Bacou ...... „ 0 04, „ 0 0 44 (Lard ... .„ „ - 0 0> 4 „ 0 0,44 Honey ....... 0 0<2i„ 0 0 3 Beeswax... ... „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 6 Col. Tobacco.fig „ 0 li „ 0 1 6 Ditto, loaf 0 0 6 ,,008 Horsehair .., „ 0 0; 8 „ 0 0 10 Hides, heavy... „ 0 0 2...

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WEST SYDNEY POLLING. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

WEST SYDNEY POLLING. ' ,,:>'..,? Sydney, Monday. Tho polling for four members took place to-day, and resulted as follows. — -? Mr. Angus Comet 0n... 8070 Dan. O'Connor..: 2687 ,F. Abigail ... 2226 W. F. Martin ... 2207 Harris 2033 1i White ... 1197 , 'T" C.J.Roberts .. 1100 , D.Buchanan ... 099, )??., * Harri?, sen. ... 571 , ' Roylancc ... 511 Everthing wns comparatively orderly, and Mr. Cameron was loudly cheered on appearing to roturn thnnks.

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS. BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

I MA1TL AND MARKETS. > MESSRS. DRUNKER AND WOLFS'aRBFpRT. Fat Cattle."r-SaloBopeuod briMonday with. a heavy supply, ? and the quality sufficiently varied 10 satisfy the require ments of all. classes of boyors; Pricda reatiaod .were slightly below last week's quotations, but by yarding only portion of our consignments yesterday we were enabled to sustain valuos, and have succeeded throughout the nook'in'clear ing every beust poiincd. Quotations: Prime quality, 12s to 18s por 100 IbB.; modium at lowor rates,-.'. Fat Sheep,—-Tho market has boon Bupurabunduntly supplied, yet wo havo managed to quit tho wholu of our con signments, and proportioimto with 1 the weight and quality without submitting to a ; decline, in value. : Prlmo wether*, in wool, 10a 6d to lis 6d j shorn, 6? Gd to 7s;, medium quality and ?\V„ at lower rates. S: toro Cattle.—Business in the local market is as dull as wo have over ox porionced it. Occasional snlos aro made of really good bullocks, in forward con dition...

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FIXTURES FOR THE COMING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

fixtures for the coming .; : ,;;.;;;.'?;?'?.-?...?'-week.:'?: .,;'-' Wednesday, November 24.—Nomi nations : The Bogan, Burrowa, Gunda gai. The Gwydir, The Hastings, and Manning, The Upper Hunter, Kiamo, West Mncbnarie, Murrnmbidgoe, Wont worth. Pollings : Glen Innea, Orange, Blawarra, East Mnitland, The Nanioi, Tho Richmond, Wollombi. Thursday, November 25.—Closing Nominations : Monaro, Mudgee, Tho Murray, New England, Tamworth. Pollings: : West Maitla'nd, Patrick's Plains. Friday, November 2G.—Pollings: Eden, Grafton, Hartley, Tho Hawkes bury, MoloDg, Northumberland.

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