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Good Advice to Married People. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

Qbod Advice to Married People- A worthy wife,of forty years'standing, -and whose life 5 was hot.nil tnado of sun shine and 'peace, gave the following arid impressive advice to a newly-married pair ot. her, acquaintance. The advice is 'so .' good'and well suited to; nil married ! people'ns well! as those ontering that 'state, that we hero publish it for the benefit of duch persons : ; ,"Preserve sacredly the; privacies of 'your own house, your married Btdte'and' : your,'.beart"l" Let, ho father, mother, : sister or brother ever presume to come between, you or share the joy or sorrows that, belong to you two alone. With mutual help build your qniet world, not allowing your dearest friend to be the - confidant-of ought that becomes your domestic peace. Let moments of aliona f- !tion y !iif !theypccnr, be healed at once. Never, no never, speak of it outside, but :.. :to each other confess, and all wi|l come ont-right. Never let tbe morrow's sun still- fiiid you at variance. Renew nnd '....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poet's Corner. IGNORANCE IS BLISS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

, '. \ , The Poet's Corner. , ' JGNORAtfCE IS BLISS. By Babby Cobnwall. „ ' EaiSS fall: sun shines ; winds flee; BrookB run ; yet lew know bow. 'Do not thou too deeply search Why thou lov'at me now I , '.:; Perhaps by, some command '? . . 'Sent earthward from above, '? v : ' ?' ?''Thy .tbietui bri mine— ?!;.' .":;'; Mine,' to dnjoythy"love. ';?;''? :,':. .-'Wiij; aik,,,?bi!n,]or.iolli?ii?lC| .-... -.' '""-'-""Slijm what bright'.beavenlit fell? ?;''Me_ iaa'r the beauty of their dreams j-!'..";"-Who trace their well, ;'?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indian Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

; s I- Indian Justice- Says the, Eureka Sentinel: A white man coming through from Piocho or Bristol; stole on Indian's horse some where down in the vicinity (of White : Kiver. iTho Indians followed tho man to Hamilton, for. the nearest constable, , and tried to have the thief arrested. But the officer refused tp do anything with the case, saying he could riot act on Indian testimony. Tho Indians wore not satisfied, and resolved to have their .-oree... They followed to the neighbour hood; of Thirty-mile Springe, and Btenl ! .ing a:march, on the wbito man, they ? captured the mustang, and also gave the .fellow, who had him a most unmerciful beating, finally stripping him and leav ing him naked on the plains. Tho horse : . thief had to travel two days in tho ~ scorching, sun before .reaching a place where he could procure an outfit of clothes. It is tho universal verdict of ; all who .aro conversant with tho oircum , stances that the redskins served him tight. The nude ono was blistere...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Not a Policeman. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

-Not a Policeman. ?Galveston News. ' The other night two rough-looking ; customers got into a quarrel about 12.80 ?? o'clock on the corner of a Galveston street; They were both bad men, who ordinarily did not know what fear wds, 'but they knew each other's prowess, and hence they were unwilling to bring on ?"' the donflict: They were the two hardest Cfi?es oh the Galveston Island.. They walkod around each other liko two lions, : gritting their teeth, with their fists doubled np, and muttering curses. A man in dark clothing was standing near the lamp-post, quietly watching tho progress of events. "If it wasn't for that policeman there 'I'd'have your heart's blood," said one, ';' '-'edgibgup" closer to his antagonist and gritting his teeth. ; ' "' Your lips would bo closed in death ? now if it was not for that same police man," said the other, glaring like a \ tiger. ' ?| Gentlemen, I am no policeman ) I '.;'."' am jtist looking on," Baid tbe speotator. '"[ The two gladiators drew clo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

' The General Election- I MEMBER8 ALREADY RETURNED. Albury (I).—Mr. G. Day* (I).—Mr. F. B. Suttor* ?.'.'? i?alriiain (1). —Mr. J. Garrard. . ,".; Canterbury^).—Mr. W;H. Pigott, and Mr. W.H. Hdnsoh. Central Cumberland (2).—Hon. J. Lackey/ Mr. A. H; M'CnllPch,* Camden (2).—Mr T. Garrett,* Mr. JohnKidd. ..-. '. .' ' '.. Dnrhom (I).—Mr H. H, Brown.* ' East! Maitlond (I).— -Mr- Jame? N. Brnnker. ???'-.. 'i,-: ? East Sydney (4).--Sir Hy, Parkes*, ?? Dr. Ronwick*, Messrs. G. H. Reid and MrH.C. Dangarf The Glebe (I).—Sir G. Allen* ? ! Goulburn (I).—Mr W; Teeco, junr.* .Jllawarra (1).-T-Mr A. Stuart* ' Mprppth (I).—Hon R. Wisdom* Newcastle (2).—Mr Jame? Fletcher, Mr G.A. Lloyd.f: Newtown (2).—Mr B. C. Brown,*' Hdni. W. J. Foater.-f ;" , Paddtngton(2).—Mr W Hdzlet,* Mr W. J-Trickett , ' Parrnmatta(l).—Mr!C. J.Byrnesf :i?edfern(2).—TheHon.JohnSutber land.t.Mr R. A. Fremlin South' Sydney (4).—-Alderman G. ' Witherp, Alderman G. L, Carter, Mr ; J. ; Davies*, Mr. W. Poole. .-?; St. Leonards (1). ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

LONDON. 1 ?????'???> Monday. . Since tho contest for the Hop Bitters' prize, the'public considers Laycock will have a better chonca ogainBt HanlBa than Trickott had. i! ' i; ' ' It is stated the winter B&sion of Par liament will not bo hoid,' ; n ft er all tho differences 'in the Cabinet hare been surmounted. This is-largely due to the peraonnl influence of ; the Premieri Great excitement prevails in the pro vince of Connanglit, Ireland, where a number of tenants were recently evicted from their holdings;- 1 " Yesterday an attonipt was made to re-instate tho ovieted farmers nsnr Loughrod, but tho police prevented such a scheme from being carried out, ami arrested five persons concerned in it. Dervisch Pasha has appealed to the patriotism of the people of Dnlcigno to surrender it to Montenegro; The Russian Ambassadbr'nt Stauihoul has declared that certain ' I'owcrs hnd encouraged the Porto to resist comply ing with the demands of the Groat Powers. Later. Laycock has challe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

; ; [THROUGH. GKEVILLP'S TELEGRAM CO.] ? :-ij-.-j y : v.'f!- ?;:.???/- ???'?'.??:?:? Tuesday. The Hon.. J.-Watson' and Mr. \V,J, Watson have,been : elected for Young. .,Sq,far,the return? for.Durham elec torate give Mr. H.H. Brqwn a majority over Mr. Johnston; and tho Hon. E. Baker and.Mr. Lynch have a majority over Mr. W. H. Suttor for Uarcoar. Kato Kelly and her; brother, with Ned's horse, etc., exhibited thomselra last night in .the,old, outhouso up tliu lane, in King-street,., a .few donrs from Pitt street. -BothiKatOTand .Jim wero .on horseback, the' former, on Nod's grey mare, tho latter.on.Kato's pony. Kata was dressed in-deep .black, and Jim in bushman's attire. They conversed freely when spoken to. ,: ..??:.-., The attendance. during tho evening was large., The, price of .admission was Is. The Sydney; police,.are nna'olo tn stop the people going, but have to stand at the end of the lano to, clear the foot path. ; ...... ~',. :-'"' A telegram from. Bcnall.i says that Kelly's...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

SYDNEY LIVjE'ST0dK ,; MAaKET. ?'--???''H ' ,! ?:; - ; ' ; ' !, "' : Tuesday. The cattle market is very dull; beef is lis. to 12s j. Sheep are in heavy supply; nnd lower than last week; wethers were 7s. 6d. ? -

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WAGGA WAGGA RACES. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

WAGGA WAGOA RACES. .1 ?;;.'??. ':? ????,.?.: .:??:: ';?? Tuosday. . Tho Derby;—Diotatorl, Marcluonesn 2,;Eilcen;8.< .;; v-.tzbi *.'i The .'Handicap.-i-Naricyi Leo 1, Sap phire !2j Nightmare 3. '???- This was a good race, an :-?:>: '>'-.??;': ."?' ?.-,'? ,-.i: :.- : i, ii.l .:'.:<{

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

Thn output of cool from Newcastle Inst week was 18,256 tons. HoiAOWA* _ OINTMENT AND PltLH.'-r Diseases of the moat formidable and chronic olinractcra have been cured by _o]lu*vay'a remedies. Ulcerations which have proved thcmfctilrcH incurable by any other known means have healed kindly under tho purify, ing and regenerating Infhtcnre of thlsexcel- Ifcnt Ointment. Sprains, still -joints, con tracted u iusolcs, on<j glandular swellings can' b3 most safely and eiTcctJnlly he?leil by Holloway'a Olatuient. oud Pilln, whi.eh can do no harm antler any circuui9tani'.oii. Neither of these medlcamentH Ins anything deletcrlojt in its coinnoeitioa; both aro essentially purifying nnd strengthening {a: their nature, Tho combined power oi these cobles remedies enables then saccosafuMy tq. copo with roo*t (le:ci![jtions of impnritleo, and to euro, or at lea.-is rellqfc, nov, vatic,.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

SYDNEY MARKETS. MORT AND CO.'a WEEKLY REPORT. Wool.—We submitted a catalogue of 8000 bales for Wednesday's sale. There was a firm demand, and the principal lots wore quitted at full values. Greasy -J.. — ... ..... .„,..—. .. „j brought up to 14£ d, washed iloeco 21£ d, , and country scoured skin-wopl, 19d, Sheepskins wore also in brisk'roquest, and realized up to for full-wobllod, 4d to s£d forshort, Ifd to ;i£d for pelts. Tullow.— I'lio demand for shipping lots was nclivo, but the priaw obtained did not exhibit an advance on hist week's rntos. Quotations —boef, £2C> 10s to £27; mixed, £18 5s to £24 .l&s; und mutton, £27 10? to £28 10b piT ton. Wo disposed of 100 casks. Hidos,—Tho supply was not equal to tho average, and as Bliippors operated freely, tho murket rnlca firm ut about last week'o rutes. Quotations —boavies JJjd to -Id, medium 3{Jd IP 4£d, light and dry id to fit! per lb, Horeo Hidcs.—Lnrjjo sizes can be disposed of at from 0* to 7s 6d, and sinai. to median) ;...

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Singleton Police Court. TUESDAY, NOV. 23RD, 1880. (Before Messrs. J. N. Brooks, P.M., Geo. L. Lethbridge, and Wm. Dudding, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

; Singleton Police Court. fl , TUESDAY, NOV. 23rd, 1880. (Before Messrs. J. N. Brooks, P.Ml, , Qeo. L. Lethbridgo, and Wm. ' ? Dudding, J.'sP.) ; ; ?'£-"? "DISTRICT AUCTIONEER'S. LICENSES '' 1 1 > i , Were granted to James P. Qoinri and ?m\ 37W; Campbell. t Jlfl ? A COLONIAL WINE LICENSE : m as Was granted to George Dougherty.' i ?"" ' '? ,

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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH, 1880. Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, NOV. 19TH, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

r9te fltoflltton girfliw. „i/ 'WEDNKSDAfr, NOVEMBER 24th, 1880. ' -J Conditional Purchase ' V Thurbday, Nov. 19th, 1880. William Brookeu, 80 acres, county of -i Durham, parish of Glendon, being two measured portions, Nos, 18 " ]' ., and 19, of 40 acres each, situated ,w, i >' '„?- the?onth of his selection of 40 acres. . , _______________

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Electorate of Patrick's Plains. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 23 November 1880

Electorate of Patrick's Plains. NOMINATION DAY. . j ..On Monday lost, at noon, about MO of tho electors of Patrick's Plains assembled at tho Court-house, Singleton, ,',.,for tho pnrp.)80 of nominating candi- dates for tho position of representative "?' of tho dihtrict in the now Parliament. ' ' Tho Returning-Officcr, Mr. J. C.'fj. , M'Douall, opened tho proceedings, by " Baying that thoy wcrp awaro tho Legis lature had recently pa?sod anew Elec toral Act, and it was tlicrpforo necessary for him to rond the authority' by ; which 1 they had been called thoro that day. 1 Ho then read, in ordor, tho warrant nnder which ho had beon appointed TCtrirning-offieor, tho writ by which tho 1 elections had beon authorised, and the advertisement from tho Singleton Argus calling tho electurs together on that " day, for tho purpose of nominating can didates. ; These formalities over, he cnlled upon the electors to nominate gentlemen accordingly. As Mr. John ' Btown had beon tho first to announce ' ...

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HAWKESBURY ELECTION. 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

.ha^^sbIib^IIe^e^k)^ . ' r; .,7 ? ,p.m( From returns received Mr. Alexander Bowman has a majority of 108. There are a few more returns yet to come which are expected to increase Mr. Bowman's majorityj oi|i,-i $ n\ litl-ii ~;. C '..: ?:?:..> i::;:: ,!..-,;:::[i,;.-'f,jH i( .j.,4 .Fridays ii; .Cattleare.alittlefirmer<h,'l?eef|ig;J.ls to 12s; f.i.!.!,-;,, !.,<.„ ,i; f .! t ,:,; : j. n v ; :? KiSheep ~aro.;,uttaltered.'',iii^ethpr8 < jare ',Worth;7s..,:.i;,:,7['<iji,ii-;,'<i: ;: him^ivfx

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUOH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH UREVILLE'B TELEOBAM co,] ,. SYDNEY. , Friday. THE steamers Glenelg and Duckenfield came into collision in the harbour yester-<*> day evening. Both vessels were under steam at the time, and received ablodamage. Had ihe disaster occurred outside:_ tho -Heads it.Vis probable that loss of Ufe wouldhavo occurred. Mrs. Jones, of the-G!e-r<v.7nri Hotel was yestefday 'committed Tfor trial, at Wangarat't'a_ on a cbargo'b'f harbourihe ? Ned 'Keiiy.:';:;;:.;, ..;:;.£ ;;> A .?'man;';-'inaraj?d'';-JBm-B ! . : Kingi^waB arrested in' Spb'ncer-Btreot,' Melbourne for kidnapping a child, -another children .are also'mi?'-ing.'-y.''-..''^;;'i-.'ii;-.'_;. ; '-';v.;:'.\/, ''-??? Tho Intercolonial Conference litHiel bourne. was not :prbeceded?:.withyosti>r day', owing .6 the Adelaido/.r-presonta. ttves not-arriving. -""?.;??-' '.;?.'???<:*-.?<?'-. : . ''' : :''-V. !i " :;: ???' : >"?'' ?.-????-?cm.m:;.t : ;?inter. ' The ; to;.dayi...

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Death of Sir Redmond Barry. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Death of Sir Redmond Barry. WE (Echo) learn by telegram from Mel-<*> bourne that his Honor Sir Redmond Barry died at Melbourne shortly before 7 o'clock, on Tuesday morning, aged 62. His death wits quite unexpeoted, as, though ho had been suffering from : carbuncle, he was believed to be out of clangor. : I Our Melbourne tolegrnni states: " Sir R. Barry's death is regarded as a national calamity.- AH the,flags in tho city wero lowered- to half-mast- on the intelligence becoming known." ; ??' j. j Judge Barry's decease '? will leave If gap in the the list of patrons of literal ttvro nnd art in Australia that it will not be onsy.to fill. The magnificent Public Library of Molbourne (ono of the finest, in tho world), tho Technological Museum; aud the National Gallery of Victoria arq monumonts to his zeal in the cause of learning. Tho deceased gentleman, who was created Knight-Baeholor in I860; and K.C.M.G.iir 1877, was a native of Ballyclongh, County Cork, and belonged, to ...

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NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

?. '. , : NOMINATIONS. , .?! ' ., i Tho Murray:—Messrs. Robert Bar bour; Edward Killen, Wm. Hay, and Alexander Wilson.. ; The show of hands. , was declared to be in favour of .Me?srsy Barbour and Jvillon. .-'..., ; . i J New England : Messrs. W. C.Proc tor, Henry Copeland, ; and J, W;., O'Oonnell . were nominated.; ; Messrs. Prootonnnd Copeland had the show of hands. < :. . ?,..,- . . .-.. ~, , ; i Mndgeo .'—Messrs. S.: H. Terry, H. S. Beyers, Richard Rouse, ; , J, -Or. O'Connor, and David Buchanan. VThb show of hands declared to bo in favour' of Messrs. Terry, Buchanan nnd Beyers'. Tnmworth:—Messrs. H. Bennott, H. Lovion, — Burke nnd Sydney Burdekiii propose;). The bliow of bonds! declared to bu in favour of Mossrs, Levion and . Burdokin. , , , , ; n . j

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ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

ELECTIONS. j-. Orange ;—Kerr, ,964 ; Clarke, 818',; ! Dalton, 811. : Messrs. Kerr and Clarke were declared duly eleoted. .<:.- , I > Glen Innes : : —Mr. W. Ferguson has been returned for Glen Innes by a large majority over Mr. Bennett. '??.'.,? i West Maitland :—Mr.. J. Fullfortl polled 612 votes; Mr. H. E. Cohoii, 432. Mojority for Mr. Fullford, 180.'' ... : . i

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The General Election. MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

The General Election. |- MEMBERS ALREADY RETURNED. Albury (I).—Mr. G. Day.* Bnthurst (I).—Mr. F. B. Suttor* Balmain (1). —Mr. J. Garrard.' Canterbury (2).—Mr. W. H. Pigott, and Mr. W. H. Honson. Carcoar (2). —Mr. A. Lynch,* Hon. E. Bakor*. Central Cnrab?rlnnd . (2). —Hon. J. Lackey,* Mr. A. 11. M'Cnlloch.* Camden (2).—Mr T. Garrett,* Mr. John'Kidd. Durham (I).—Mr H. H. Brown.* Ea?t Mnitlond (1> —Mr James N. Brunker. West Mnitland (1).— Mr J. Fnll ford Enst Sydnoy (4).—-Sir Hy. Pnrkos*, Dr. Ren wick*,-Mossrs. G. H. Eeid nnd Mr H. C. Dangarf The Glebo (I).—Sir G. W.. Allen* Goulburn (1). —Mr W. Teeco, junr.* ' Tho Gwydir (I).—Mr W. R. Camp, bell. Tho Hunter (I).—Mr J. F. Bnrns,* Illawnrru (1). —Mr A. Stuart* Kiama(l).—Dr.Tarrant* ' Enst Macquario(2).—MrE. Webb,? Mr :.E: Combes.* Morpeth (,!)?—Hon JR. Wisdom* . Newcastle (2). —Mr James Fletoher, Mr G. A. Lloyd, j Newtown (2).—Mr S. C. .Brown,* Hon. W. J. Foster.-)- . Orantro (2).—Mr A. T. Kerr,* Mr W. Clarke. Pflddington(2).—Mr W Ho...

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