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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Notice. Mil. SniTIMCS AIKI!NbOX has been duly appointed Agciit for the Single yon Argus at ijriclyorri.-w. He in unthoriricd to'receive advertisement,!, sribitcriptions, and his receipt will be n tiutficicnt iliiichargc ' COYCE li PINCHES', Proprietors, Argus Office, Dec. 19, 1874. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVEKTIKEItS ate wrplcsted to h>EXD IN THBIK IT2LVOUSfor tlie NEXT ISSUE of tho As\Vor I-ATEK than Jt'OON' it being coittcm .plated, ill order to alljjj?Ohr BtaHra holiday, to PUBLTbH the riiumiry SATCKDAT'S .iasne TO-MOItKOW StTEItXOOK. bovck & rrKcitijr, I'roprietors. ? Argot OlHcc. Dec. 3<\ is~-l. Singleton New Tear's Day Races, 1575. SELLIXtJ .STAKES ot '2' ?ov?. each for all. htnxlcrti, with 1.1 aovs. .ail.deil, nil hor*cs. Oac mile. One event. Weight for asc. The "Vinncr to be siolil by auction immediately after the race' * or a 0 sovtf. If for 16 BOV.U.' allowcS 7lbo ; for 12 aovfl-aUowetl 14163 ,-.torSjtovsj. allowedZllhi. Any rrarplos to go to the. rac...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 December 1874

Marriages. On the 18th December, at the Wesleyan Church, Singleton, by the Rev. W. G. R.         Stephinson, JAMES KEOUGH, of Boggy Flat, to ELIZA, daughter of Thomas Biggers, of St. Alban's, McDonald River, New South       Wales.   On 25th December, at the residence of the father of the bridegroom, by the Rev. W. G. R. Stephinson, RICHARD HENRY, son of Mr. Jarman, J.P., to LOUISA, daughter of Mr. John Wheeler, late of Melville, near Maitland, New South Wales.          

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Foot-race for £200. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Foot-race for £200. The match between Appelet and Bax-<*> ter came off yesterday afternoon in the Police Paddock. Long before the time of starting, hundreds—indeed we might say thousands—were seen wending their way to the paddock. At 5 o'clock ihe men went to the' scratch, and' after a few moments of breathless suspense, the pistol was firod, and both competi tors simultaneously jumped off. - They were'abreast of one another for the fiyst fifty yards, wheu Appelct was seen to forge ahead, gradually increasing his distance at every stride. When about 100 yards fromt home, Baxter made liis effort, but failed to overhaul his opponent who increased his distance, and won ia the easiest possible manner the 250 yards by fnlly eight yards. We may state that Baxter lost one of his shoes shortly afjr*er starting, which no doubt, materially impeded his progress; but yet we are inclined to the belief that tlie best man in this instance has won. Last night, a large crowd assembled ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Escape of Communists from, New Caledonia. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

The Escape of Communists from, New Caledonia. One of tie two men who lately escaped from the French convict settlement in New Caledonia has furnished the Bris-<*> bane Courier with the following account of the affair:— " from the time of my arrival nt New Caledonia, I constantly brooded over the idea of escaping.- The thought ' was never absent from- my mind, and ] although time passed away without any ; opportunity occurring, I continually'l Jscpt making ' preparations to avail , myself of the first chance tliat offered. ! From my scanty rations I regularly put apart nnd' concealed a portion, and I managed to accumulate a. quantity of flour bagging, ont of which £ managed diiring the nights and any leisure time", when I conld be- secure from observa tion, to mako a tolerable sail. I cam hardly sayin what manner I hoped to find the means of crossing the ocean, but at length the arrival of one of the trading vessels which supply the island with bullocks, appeared to aff...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Jf otice to Advertisers^ ADVEirrTISEBS are patrrj?ltte9tv rsqm rnsfT team*. in. baezr Xavorx not Jatme tfcsa flrt- pJL.tax Tncsdavs and Fridayst nChcrsrlae -my ctrmurt traaiantoe ttu.-lr luasrsltn ia the foUoatlac iestn.- M SW?i.an>? AhQCs m OSfccl Octtriwr 10, HJ7*. Notice to Correspoadtmt&r - ~ CIEEESrOKDEKTK will please observe that letters, received alter fearo'cloclr, fa tltaaiternoeoalairaa dletelv. prior tt, the dars of publicafcieo. eaa. xwfe. be InssilKd fa the ronesttogissne. ?"Burobirrox ARti-trs" Office, ~;Oc*aber. IS..ISJ*. telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY? Thtjksdat, 3r.ii, Wjereceived from Mr. W. C... Browne M.L.A., the following telegram, at 3 o'clock this afternoon r— Mr. Gardiner, has. been appointed . teacher of the Public School :ft Single, r ton. ' " Mr.? Lmtisdains' has,-been: appointed : for ftnst at Warkworth. Their duties : vauaiwwer"^— ._ / ~ Wanted ~ ASBBTVAKT; as HOUSE and NnBSJS JTtAID-." - Applying > .. --. -' MES. STACY, Joint. Stock Snaf...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lady Dilke's Cremation. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Lady Dilke's Cremation. The Cologne Gazette quotes from the Dresden correspondence of the School-<*> nische Merkur the following account of the cremation of the body of Lady Dilke:—This evening (October 9) the first cremation of a human corpse took: place in all privacy in the oven built for this purpose by Frederick Siemens. The brother-in-law of the deceased Lady Dilke, with the executor, a London attorney, had been staying in Dresden, during the last fortnight, for the pur pose of obtaining the permission of the authorities for fulfilling the last will of the lady, which was granted after the relatives of the deceased had made a declaration; that the cremation was to be considered a " scientific experiment." The consort of the deceased, Sir Charles "Wentworth Dilke, ALP., has, as is known, seceded from the Episcopal Church, and so the English clergy here were not in a position to perform.-the. funeral rites, while the Protestant pas tors, in ignorance of the circums...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intercolonial Cricket Match. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Intercolonial Cricket Match. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. Pljur . wiis resumed' at peon. The special feature about the second innings of the yic T torians was the batting and rapid scoring of Kelly, who obtained 86 before his' wicket fell to a ball from- Coates. Three wickets went down for 70, five for 151, : six for 160, eight for 173, and all out for 185. Hurphy was' absent. The following is the scoring :— Goldsmith, b Spoffortb ' 14 Cooper, b. Coates — '. 4 ? Boyle, c Sheridan, b Spofforth 3 .Horan, b Coates i...;......... ...'.- 22 " Blackham, c Gregory, b Thompson. 6 Kelly, b Coates „ 86 Cosstick, b Spofforth 33 Campbell, c Tindall, b Coates 6 Sleight not out 7 M'Leau, b. C0ate5.............'......'..... . 7 Sundries '... 3 Total ......:..1... .....; 186 Tuesday, 123 pjn. The excitement when Kelly, and Koran were scoring was very great. The former played splendidly, and gained, the highest score for the presentation cup. Cosstick was unusually patient. The bowling of Coates' was very ef...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hunter River Horse and Cattle Stealing Prevention Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Hunter River Horse and Cattle Stealing Prevention Society. A MEETING of the committee of this society took place on Monday, the 28th instant, at the Royal Hotel, Singleton. Present: Mr. S. B. Dight (chair), Messrs. Percy Waddy, George "Loder N William W&ddeU. janr., Alexander Munre, G-' L-" Lethbridgev and'"CC" Poppenhage?: {secretary.''} The mi?cutes - of the- previous meeting "were read. addr oonfirraed. ?&" b. w. THoanrsoirV accotoitv A? account was presented from Mr. B. W. Thompson,.for £4St'los. lOd. ' for professional services rendered. An exception was takeu to several items in the account, amounting to - £Si 195., -charged in the case 'of Davis veracx Mnrsland. Upon: searching the records; it was found that, Mr. Davis''Trad'l*ol become a member of the society until atter proceedings had been instituted by him against Marsland. It was there upon moved hy Mr. "ENer-v Waddy that Mr. 11. W. Xhoanpson.be info". _i_i tlrut "Mr. Davis was not a member of the society...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hawkesbury Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Hawkesbury Races. We take the following from the Herald's report :— Grand Stand Stakes, a sweepstake of £5 each, half forfeit, with £100 added. For till hones, carrying welter weights. Once round, about one mite and a quarter A winner of any prize under the value i of £100 allowed 7 lbs-; maidens at starting allowed 12 lbs. Mr. Bowman's eh. c. Athos, by Bulgimbar—- Atalanta. 3 yri, Sst 61b5..........(G. Th0mp50n).........................;..... 1 - A. E_ Corn-nell's eh. .g. Seesaw, by Miss' Pitsford, 4 ynk, lOst. 61bs . O* - - TcomanO..-.."..' : 2 T. Ivory's b.t Gazelle, by Kingston .' —Gazelle,- S yrs. Ost. 31bs_ CM. Bryant) '. ? 3 ' M. Champney's g. g. Mount, S ys^ Hat. 121b*. Lewis's b. h. Othello, lOst. 91b*. Betting r 6 to 4 v. Athos. 5 to 2 v. Othello," 3 to l.v. Seesaw, 6 to 1 v. Gazelle. Gazelle wns first away, but, after getting round the first turn, gave way to Athos and Othello. The las'- named was soon steadied, and Athos conducted them along the back of the course, Garel...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The General Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 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." . Tfeacastle —Hon! G. A- Lloyd* (HI votes. Sidney H. Parkcs*, 3828 - votes"; J. Macintosh*, 3G51 votes; . . A. .Stuart," .3083 votes r J. Davies, . '. . .2394 .votes. Sydney ( West)—J. Robertson*, 2705 votes ; G. K. Dibbs, 5294 Votes ; ' H. C. Hangar, 2307 votes; A.' Cameron 2l29yotes. - J'ttrrtinwtttss—Hngh Taylor*,4Bovotes; d ?5. Byrnes, 361 votes. ? ? - ' G. W.- Allen*/. 1239 votes. ' Netetoien —S. C. Brown"r, unopposed. Hastings— Smith*, unopposed. Shoalhaven- —-J.-Warden*, unopposed. . . Hartley— -Thomas Brown, uuopposed.. 'Jfaitland (Eizst)—ij. Scholey ?', 262 votes." . Windsor— X. 205 votes. Jlorpeth —lt. AVJndom*, 300 votes. ? Patrick* -Plains— -W. 0. Browne*, 004 vnrrcs. Northumberland —C: .X Stevens*,, 1305 v<itcs, A. Cunneen*, 432.votes; raatT Plains— Sir. Fitzpatrick*, 412 vot...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the Correspon-<*> dent, not necessarily for publication, but as am earnest of good faith to the Editor. it is distinctly to be Imrne in. mind that mc do not by inserting- 'letters convey any opinio* favorable ta their contents. We epenTaur columns to aU rvithout leaning to any, and titles supply a ehtatnel for the publication, of Sfttnion*-of alt shade*. We ; cterre to our selves the right to eliminate al'. objectionable viatter frvtn letters. Orrresp mtent* are 'particularly rey nested to nrrite' only on one tide of the paper.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Shocking Fatal Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Shocking Fatal Railway Acci dent. On Monday last, as the. one o'clock pas-<*> senger train from the Southern line ran into the Sydney Railway station, an acci-<*> dent happened, which resulted fatally- It appears that as the train approached the station, and just before .entering the tunnel, the engine-drircr sounded the whistle, and on approaching nearer; brought in the train at tho uwaj speed, giving again the customary' signal of nrrival. The train was passing on to wards the first platform wlicit a fireman uaiiicd Andrew 1 JUaguirc, enipToyerl on another engine, attempted "U? cross tiie line, but failing to do this in timo, wis knocked down by the engine and rur. over. On the unfortunate man being picked up it was found that his right arm, and right foot from the ankle, we're cut completely off ; his shall was frac tured, his chest was crushed; and. his body was very much' mutilated. ' Ho was insensible, and suffering a great loss' of blood, £Le> m...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR STREETS. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

OUR STREETS. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Yours respectfully, JAMES GODDARD. Singleton, December 30th, 1874. SIR—Knowing that you are at all times wilting to give publicity to anything intended for the benefit of the public and seeing a letter signed " Sand. Gravel. Pebbles " [?] and, T must toty. well deserving of publicity, I beg to make the following suggestions, pro viding they may be received iv. good spirit byonr Aldermen. In the first place, commence taking off the {(ravel. at !slr. .Lesley's corner, and fro right through George-street, up us far as the top of Elizabeth-street, Have, say three men, one. to clean the gravel ta front and spread it behind, and tbe other two -to rough-pick the -surface the whole width of road—therongher the better—and then the whole of it-would unite together, and in about three months we! should. have good roads (excepting in. flood time} for tho nci;t fonr or five years. Bnt the question will be asked, where is the money; to come fro...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

THE ANNUAL MEETING. "(Signed) S. B. Dight, Chairman." The annual meeting of the members of the Society then took place, Mr. S. B. Dight in the chair. The Secretary read the annual report and balance sheet, as follows :— — " Hunter Mirer Bitrte and- Cattle Stealing Prevention jSwirty'*. SeeonA Annual Jleport,for the year \&T4 :— " In submitting their second annual report your committee have much pleasure in stat ing that the Society continues iv a ftaurishjng state ; and that the crime'of cattle stealing is on the decrease in ibis district—the de mands upon our Society having been very limited in consequence. " Pecuniary assistauco has been rendered. in two cases, but your committee have been obliged to refuse payment of a demand made by Mr. B. W- Thompson, for legal costs in curred by Mr. Davis; in. tlie case of Davis v. Marslaud,..iu consequence 'of Mr. Davis not having been a member of this Society when the proceeding* were instituted "In order to define more clearly the l...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Glendonbrook. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 30th, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Glendonbrook. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] December 30th, 1874. THE weather has been extremely hot for the last three weeks. Vegetation is all parched up, and there are bush fires in all directions. Some hundreds of acres of grass have been burnt within the last ten days in this lo cality. .If We don't get rain very soon there ?will be little or no maize in the district.. It was feared by the tobacco growers that their crops, would he a complete failure with, the blue mould; -the plant was very much affected with it when young, and the dry weather has been in favor of the disease, but they expect to get a fair crop now. Bather a strange visitor made bis appear ance on Christmas Bay- A large iguana made its way into the fowlhouse at Mr. John' ' MooVeVfarm in. Wcstbrook. 'Mr. Allen, in Mr. Moore's employ, succeeded in killing the reptile, and on opening it took a hen egg out of it.j the shell was as sound as when it was laid . The* reptile measured 5 feet in length.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The singleton argus . [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

The singleton argus . "SWORN TO NO MASTER : OF NO SECT AM I " "BE JUST. AND FEAR NOT : LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE TEST COE*sXBY'S,TItr €to?"SASa> Tsttrm'S.'*

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

THE ??SBHSa.tl?@? ARS3S** A2TD Upper Hunter General Advocate," IS rTJBUtSHED EVEUT Wednesday and totnrday MORIOKG. Terms of Snbscrtption r^— Tcr Tear (la advance), payable tinarterly .. ?1 4s. rjo tcredili) .... .- " -- '-- *-t *=*? I£X- The Cnslttliriee i? charged 1/ the subscription I. ttotwlddrirlnrrtherlrslllnonthof the<i<iarter-? The above teStts, vthethee the paper is deUvstea Ity rnnnwr or thniU?h !????; Terms of AaTwtHn?:— Flrstlnch and nnder' .. -- — -? ?- " ** S" Xverv additlonullncji or Imtf-lncli .. .. ar. M. linos „..*.??.? Births, BeatW, and ar?rrf"p? S. gostnis C?rfsper quarter - .. .. .. Ws. Od. So atoeitlaeltirnts Wtnsra nailer Its. A liberal rUlowanee'-ir/Hf ho wade for Advcrcisenicnts eoSiiraedfarapcTtodor over four vreeks. It must to SSnotly' nndtjrstood, liat. onlow cooirleraanded. - adveltlaanents. trill he continnvd and charwtd-for at tttenwsdrate. Aavertlst?ritait?td>otjMlu,vetltonirinlier of Insertions TeqnliaU Written on the . Any p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

Local and General News. To OUR READERS-For [?] reasons to these stated in last Thursday's Argus we decided to issue a half-sheet this afternoon in [?] of [?] We must Itteretae our readers for having only given them, half their usual allowance. THT TfntHia.—At about, midnight on. Tuesday-we were visited by a thunderstorm which brought us a steady rain lasting 'about ? two hour*. ?.. Ai few shower* fed last, night, leaving us a 'very good promise of .more to follow. The effect produced by this- timely visitation, thoagh aiot-rery marked, is deci dedly beneficial. Or* Tuesday night heavy rain fell in the JJtitland district. Db. WHirsVfe XJECXtnuc —We would draw atrenUosiVWaa-sdreWi?etcwctin this issue UThite win. deliver a lecture iv the Institute Hall on Tuesday evening; 'next.' The object of. the lecture is to reply to that delivered xeeentVy by the Ker. Dr. M'Oibboa on'the subject .of public education as. proposed by the League. To-MOKfiow'o Races.—There Is.- every zeason to' expect...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1874. A Happy New Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 December 1874

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1874. A Happy New Year. How time with its imperceptible and insidious strides is stealing upon our lives 1 It is not till we look back upon the space traversed and the scenes and events gone through, that the jnind realizes the onward, movement on the part of onr existence. It seems but the other day we v 're bidding- adieu to 1873 and welcoming the advent of 18/74:, smnming -up the work done in a. defunct period, and speculating on the prospects of that winch was ? before ns. ..In scoring down and 'commenting on, these years as. they aro annually run. out, we are reminded of nothing more strongly than the popular game played at this season, in which, ihe anxious .players, exposed to overy qonceivable. danger, straggle and battlo to record 'as many rims as they can. - Somo." go to the wicket and are no sooner there' than, caught out, bowled out, or stumped ont," they -retire from the field, and are seen no more ; whilst others, fated to maJcc a higher score, r...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 January 1875

EXCURSIONS. In Order to provide for those who were eager to have an excursion in the barbour, the Co-operative Steamer Southland, and the A.S.N. Co.`s drogher Yaamba, were tised to run as convenient hours daring the duyV jit a small charge.. The Yaamba kept up a continual communication between the' wharf, and the flagship,. and on every trip was well patronised. , A:short excursion' rouud the harbour would, ns a rale, complete the toyage, after which ttie drogher would, return to the'wharf to take ia an additional, freight after some of tlie paS?cngprs had, been lanilod- ' The. steam-tag; Southland was welt supported by not only onr citizens, but also many of ,the; ii[>-couotry.. folfcs, who in addition .? to ' having :a: .fixie "riew. of the harbour haul the ploasnre of being taken out to sea towards the bell-buoy. Aβ there happened to be a little swell on num bers of these "land, lubbers" were-necessi tatcd to " Cast up Accounts" : much ;to t!ie amusement of those who were unaf...

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