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Disastrous Fires. WINDSOR. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Disastrous Fires. WINDSOR. (From the Herald.) About a quarter to. 2 o'clock on Wednesday a most [?] fire broke out -at Windsor. The flames, being fanned by n westerly wind, spread rapidity from house to honse. nntil by half-past S o'clock fully thirty buitdings were destroyed. Tho day was as dis agreeable as. can possibly be imagined. All the morning clonds of dusty hot air were blown with'almost hurricane, foree _ across the. town, and a worse day'for a fire conld .scarcely have occurred, for the roofs and woodwork of tbe houses' were in the most infiammablo con dition. There were various reports of the fire y but that which seemed most profc. ablo was that a spark from Montgom ery's blacksmith's shop, oh tho western side of Qeor§g-atte?t, Mew on to somt .timber, ia Mr. Gosper's taauery. on the oppotate s&lt;d? of the street. However the fire was caused it Mas first seen , about a quarter to 2 o'clock on Mr. Gosper's premises, and there being a quantity of combustible mater...
WANTED A FIRE BRIGADE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
WANTED A FIRE BRIGADE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I remain, dear, sir, Yours very truly, COVE ABOUT TOWN. Singleton, 29th December, 1874. DEAR SIR,—Would you permit me through the columns of the Argus to [?] the atten-&lt;*> tion of those whom it may concern, to the fact of this town, not only being without a fire-engine, but withont a fire brigade of any sort It would not surely be difficult amongst our townspeople to form a Bucket and JLadder Company, -lots of young and -strapping fellows would, I am sure, at once enrol themselves for snch a purpose, and alt thnt would then be required, would be a com petent and practical instructor, Windsor m flames might well "be a caution to us, aud to others whose apathy has been (as yet) un disturbed through years of continued well being, and "prosperity. - The foot race for £100 aside, between Baxter and .-Applitt, came oif in the_ police'paddock, at JParkes, on Saturday - last, 'Applitt winning easily. Baxter -lost h...
The Two Friends. ' A Tale of Life In Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal) CHAPTER VIII [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
The Two Friends. ' A Tale of Life In Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal) CHAPTER VIII [BY A. G. M.] THEY all stare at one mother for a second or se. Tracy, glass in hand (his impromptu [?] short), looks round with an amused smile : the captain stares in mate astonishment; Courtney, Temple, and Uptait arc all three Tory mack puzzled ; Mr. Adolphns Sirapfciirs is the only person present who appears *o Tie unmoved, l>nt Mr. Adoljihus Simpkiiis is never "very demonstrative. He is a. West End gentleman, aud he is perfec tion itself in manners, though his ap pearance is itot strikingly handsome, the- purphj blotches, oliout his fare and the cast (1 don't like to say Ktuiint) in his, undecided-looking eyes detracting a great ileal from his tout eitucmble'. By way -of reply to Bcllindas excla mation of " Lnwr !" he gives her hand a sijuccne, and -whispers, " They arc weally vrotireil, dear."" .She gives him a solid kind of rt smile, and returns the squeeze by a massive sort o...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the correspon-&lt;*> dent, not necessarily for publication, but as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be borne, in mind that rce do net hy inserting letters convey any opinion favorable to their contents. We open our column* to all icithout leaning to any, and 'thus supply a channel for thopnblieatioit if opinions of all shades. We icicrec to our selves the right lo eliminate aZ', ob/fetioHoblt natter from letters. Correspondents are ?particularly requested to tcrito only v* out side of the paper.
Sullivan, the New Zealand Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Sullivan, the New Zealand Murderer. THE sentence of the Court in Victoria is that Sullivan is to be taken in custody to New Zealand, which means that he will be kept in gaol till an opportunity offers to get him to New Zealand, when he will lie placed on hoard a ship for that place, in charge of a constable, who will accompany him to that colony, and leave him on the wharf. The authorities thero -mil probably be waiting to weave bjm, in order to pie jveot his being Ivxacbeti. So>ne dif&euliry will no doubt-be experienced in obtaia -hyr ?. jw?s&lt;age for hrm, as no shipmaster will care to harve him offboard, for fear bis presence would deter other passen gers", from travelling by tbe same boat, as most travellers would probably regard SutKvsot as; u'Jonalt. ' This notorious scoundrel is very talka tive respecting las career after be left New -Zealand. He gave s reporter of the HentFtgo Advertiser the following account; 1 got to Loudon all right, and with a lot of ...
Grape-growing Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Grape-growing Extraordinary. The Gardener's Chronicle could not believe the telegram stating the weight of the Bunch of Black Hamburg grapes shown at the Belfast International _sliow at 211bs. 12ozs. . It appears, how ever, that the fignres were correctly stated, and the bunch was grown by Mr. Hunter, gardener to the Carl of Dur ham, at Lambton Castle. No explana tion is given of the system of culture,or conditions nnder w'lich this nbnormally . sized bunch wa* produced. - Its desig nation is challenged by no one, so that we have not tho opportunity of suggest ing that it might be a bunch of Frank en thai, a large and coarse variety of Hamburg, having however, several characteristics which serve to distinguish it. . Mr. Hunter's exhibit, therefore, must have been a true Hamburg, and a single bunch, not a conglomeration of bunches from a singlo eye, as was a bunch weighing Blbs 140z5., shown in IiJGO by Mr. Payne, gardener to Mr. Bedell, of Chelmsford. Mr. Hunter's bunch was necessar...
SINGLETON V. NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
SINGLETON V. NEWCASTLE. This matcb was playcel on Saturday, tile wickets* were jiitc-ctl at about ten o'clock, tuael tlie -mglctoit mcra went in iirat to the howling- of Kcogla, Gleiinie, anal Tratxiy. Messrs. J. Martin, and H. Adams acted as umpires. Mr. P. Waddy acted as captaitx of tha Singleton team. The clay was rendered pleasant, thougli prcvjoi—ily very warm, by the' advent of — sea breea—wlticli continued throughout the clay. Much e—citement -Was noticeable towards , tbe close or tlie' match amongst the two hunt——a. visitors -who >ritne_scd the 'contest. There. verts seven wickets ta Sail oia the Newcastle side -tvlailc only 8 raits, woulal have scored them _ win. Snch _ case seemed hopeless. How ever, the aiextcrity of Hand as -wicket-he—per, coupled with the good Ixnvlt— g; of Burke mill a-'Alpiu. tnrncd the >—_te anal landed the iSinglctoni— its -winners, but with only four rents to spare. Dufottimalety Sox th& _?—w castlc tt_ana one of their 'best men was n...
TEMPERANCE V. JARMAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
TEMPERANCE V. JARMAN'S. A" friendly game of cricket "was ployed. ?$ - , Singleton on. Christmas day between. an I ; eleTCtt from Sir. Jarman's-factory, ami an' equal utanber from .the Temperance crab,' ' recently formed iv connection with," the Son* .of "Temperance, Singleton. 'It speaks, -well. - for the latter that they-came off victorious, ' this being their, first mutch. An. Hey had ' . net time to play bath innings, the content ?m? decided by the re?utt of the. first. '? Appended are tn.e scores.-*" ' , .[: TEMPERANCE! CLUB. ' '}' D. Hooker, c Jas. Wartin?"b. Hi Adams. 8 1 ; John Martin, c Hunt, h. H. Adams .?— 15' T. rjiHips, h. H. Adams i— v 6 E.-H. Jarman, c audb-H. Adsmit 22 . W. Ctark, c. Hunt. ft. H. Adas* * ?J. Crampton, b- Martia ..„.— .? C - J. S. Jarmau. t- b. vs. b. Hunt ..*...,„-.—., 0 ?. ' A.TOTOTB, c.-Malaxky, Ji. Martin _.-.? ? J. Hooker, not'out _"........——....*..... .... * F. Jarman, rmx out J—'.....'._._..-.—?> 7 . "W. Chapman, c. Malarky, b. .Hunt — ~ 5 "...
Upper Hunter Electorate. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Upper Hunter Electorate. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] ITue following is a correct .account ol the polling for tho Upper Hunter electorate up 12 o'clock to-day "(Tuesday) :— 1 niust'aay that had Smart gone through the electorate his success' would have ? been', cer tain. However, lie would have polled far more votes had not a rumour got afloat that he had retired from the contest, which I believe was false. Tlie free-selectors, I nn deretand, intend to send him a memorial (which will be published) showing the cause of his defeat. I will send foil particulars for Saturday's issue. Jfuswellbrook, December 29, XSlt. White.! Hxuigeifor& Smart. OottioiU Muswellbrook 221 7i 20 2 Denmau 75 5 4 1 Wyrjong 3 22 28 0" ilarrnrunOi.. 72 23 ' 0 100 Scone G!> . 112 30 9 Aberdeen.... 17 . 29 O I Jerry's rinimj 13. * I ,21 0 Blaiidfortl ... 3D 3 I I Belttrecs...... 77 3 0 0 CassiUid 27 30- . > ? & Mcirhva. 29 R 28 2 * CEO 307 WO 127
BAROONA V. NEOTSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
BAROONA V. NEOTSFIELD. Ox Saturday amatcb_araw pjjjtfelSf between. ' Ibc rival "clubs of the- *abot* staCsua, the* , aattrr-hrT,nsitihn: J. Taafe was captain ofr the - Neotsfield tagm_ at TUT. Hallett that oC Ttarorms, The rcspST ' tireirmr?n?.wti?,'Messrs. Xairce- sadGjfl,. Tkexe?&lt; wwsaabout _ ISO -Tatars, Tireeent* in,. ? eluding a -jimnber- of ladies- Tte'piar qf &lt;5. MooeeVawd ft. Stedman, on, the Keotsfield particularlyarhmred. Ma-Utter, a.lador?f?at"l3 years,- played eseeedingljr ? -we?. during - bothianing?i to tbe bowling of 'Tfcompeoii and Hallett.'. On- the Baroon* " r mdethe scoics.of.-S.'Carey aud, H. Consitt* reached 19 each ; the former-carried nfe out. The" contest was over at about three ? o'clock, after which iar scratch match fot- „ JEowqd. ,An ? admirable rrmner, to which '&lt; abo?rt'*J:oo-persons derotecUthgir combined £ cuexgies. for a considerable space, was pre- * pared at the expense of Mr. J. IT. ThourjMon, , tfrufimanager oi th...
Insolvency Court. SCHEDULE FILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Insolvency Court. SCHEDULE FILED. Martin Gleeson of wollougong, general dealer. Liabilities, £527 7s. 2d . Assets £294 19s 34d. Deficiency, [?] SURRENDER. ' Francis; ,1. D. .Robertson, of WaDscud, con tractor. Cause of scijue-itrntion,. losses iv mining pur-suits and ou contracts. Liabili ties, SIO3 lis, -Asiscts, £2. Deficiency,- Xirril I If*. &lt;.imcinl assignee-, Mr.' F. T. Itumphcry.
Singleton Police Court. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24TH, 1874. Before Mr. C.JARMAN J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Singleton Police Court. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24TH, 1874. Before Mr. C.JARMAN J.P. Sir, the runner ([?] aboriginal), was charged with assaulting the police while in the execution of their duty Plen. Not Guilty. George jDu "Vcrnet on oatu stilted ; I am seuinr-scTgeaiit of police stationed at Shigte tonvyestcrday evening at about S o'clock, it was reported by a blackfeHow that another "blatck&llow bad atjempted to tomahawk hint, I immediately went duwtt the street and saw - about. 1 £ or IU bios ka outside Tranter's HateL ' I ordered them off, aud'with a great ileal of difficulty removed tlicni down xime portion ?of John-street, I then went f(ir the assistance of .constables Mnmctgh aiidSpeivce, and re , turned to Jotm-street were fliey were ossetu . bled. I lold them to goliome to their camp. . which- tliey refused to do. T pushed them [ forward on to their camp, when the ,de f'fendant said " you srril.tr int>,". he had in his '. hands- two large atones which." he - had as i...
The General Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
The General Election. The following are the candidates returned to parliament. Those marked with -an asterisk, held seats in the late Assembly. Paddington-Hon. J. Sutherland, un- opposed. . Xraeastlr —Hon. Gf. A. Lloyd*. Ml votes. Sydney (JJasty—ll',n. B. rarkes*,' 3828 votes; ,f. Macintosh*, 3651 votes'; A. Stuart. 30rK5 votes;. J, Davies, 23114 votes. Sydney (If est). —.1. Itolierisan*, 2705 -Votes; C tt. Diblr-N 3Z!U votes; -It.C Dangar. vote* ; X. Cameron 2123 vote*. Parramtitta—VasiU Taylor* r Jisffvotes ; C. .1. Byrnes 351 votes; ' aUlrc-rllon. G. W. Allen*, 12J9 votesL yrn^toirn —S. C. Urown*; mioppo?ed. Jtrittinff4 —It.'l?. Sinitli*. unoprHntCiL Shtndharcn —J. Wanleir*, unupiroscd.. ' Hartley —Thomas' Drawn, pu.oiijioscd.' a JbiitlanJ Stfhuiey*. -2Ja votes. ' Wiudipr —U. Driverrtj '2Sj votes.. Jliirprt/i —lt. AVisdoni*,-3U£i vote*. ' - PistrieVs PUiins —>V\ C. Browric*, C?4 * votes.- ' '. ,-'",., - , Jtorrt.hiimlterland—n. T, &to-ens*,- 1303 vote's. V M'tilU-mbi —...
Items of Latest News [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Items of Latest News Mr. Chas. S. Baker has been elected mayor of [?] A New Zealand telegram states: The German transit party, about whom fears were ratcrtaittcd, hare, arrived at Bluff: they h-j.H .splendid weather, and took IT>O photograplis. The washing-uji in the Xew Zealand prospcciorV claim. tjrympio, yielded nciirly I">IH) ounces. Tlien' i=. to be a public meeting in Sydney, his popular lixcelteiuy in the chair, for tho benefit of ttie poor Windsor sufferers. This, &lt;,f course, is its it should be. Theirs must have been a sad Christinas by tlieir blackened hearth; and it is even. Miid there arc those amongst them who, utter is the ruin tliat has fallen upon them, can hardly hope to spent! a inorry Christ mas again. 15very one with a shilling to spare this festive season—nnd who hasn't.'—should Imj there. Tho pcr I fonnance will hi' scarcely as amusing as the p.intomine, bnt without any dis paragement to that very dainty dish ?f fun and extravagance (says Town ...
Select Poetry Only WAITING [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874
Select Poetry Only WAITING A very aged man in an [?] T-iti|rt^r **" rn ~irr m * r' " - ?thed*r?ls??.lsssm??aflsiwiii TlUth?-o!ci>£oI?aBllJsIslls)ir --.JfeouibeafisrtowiefcneCdasv - rrm t3*na?**:is**m - Tkinoga.the twUltJo; soit.£?&es?]t: Onlr wlstsr tilt ths> nsincxa Inure tsttllllfanlslficatlsaasljiniisf. For the sammcr.tlma iaSsisd,. .Asml soft aatamn, wlaiSa. haae-comr.. , Q^3lci]^ > ri!sfOTl.B*Utar.QafcsiT thaiUwtTfpohswssitat xar nsarf ; Sortae- bloom o£ Mc ia. withered; JUsd X bsatoo t? o>|sstt. Oaly- aalthur tBI the aaujels -o"pea , ??t?s)a?>niyatiegatt > Jtt wooes) Jsst J Use nans UsiganoV Wteary, pdccw sant sfasolac*. £rsa saw 2 bear, the nvaftstsps, > An4Q?-rt*e?s.tara??ay; If tbcrcatt mc. Ism waiting;. Oxslr waatuta; obex. Only vaaltloe; tilt tbe shaq-om , Jbwo. Uttto aXMPC grown. Only-wsoUne till the guauaer Oriae dsyrVlsat beam la Sown. - Then, froavegfe tbe ipsthagsd nsrri irss w , Holj.iVsatalest sun shall Tisxv B? whose tlfc-b? at Mot sba...