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Monthly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

IP ,k Err; 1 '- 1 ? T"- : $£&: Monthly Calendar: - - ' tr r V , , ? — i'-tJiHi j>> i r ~?. . _ . - , Moons _'haB-?, , ,t_' t, . New Moon ... 3rd ... 2. 0 n.m. *' . J,? " First Quarter Utli ... 0.21 p.m. ? ' ' Full Moon ... I7ili ... CI In.ro. " f " > 'Last Quarter 23th ...12,10 p.m. '' ' ; I ''' : &.'<>bssXitJo%tii'-'ffaMeh.~Aii tliis season advances -rLiihd'ad vantage of,having the'groiind trenched i S nr will bccomo rnoro iippari.nt; shnllow-workcd. „ "laud will scarcely grow, anything worth' . collecting. Full 'Space / must be allowed between tho crops during --the samifccr, s*,' month/, or thoy will be drawn arid'worth;. .1,11 less—omplo room nnd high cultivation are tbo most economical in tho lqng run. Cncumber and melon plants should bo ''' 'thinned oat where.over-crowded,' tho earth ?' 'loosened among them, and the'branches ?, fastened down ns thoy extend, bo as tho .strong winds will not destroy them. Keep "all ground clean and clear of...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Household. DON'T FAN FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Household. DON'T FAN FIRE. Rural New Yorker. IF you should come upstairs some day and see a little smouldering fire just starting in one of your floors, stealing stealthily into the carpet, yon would not be very likely to sit down beside it and fan it, mnoh les? would yon run over to a neighbour's and have her bring the bellows' to help blow it up. Not if you were a woman in hor right senses. Yon know quito well what speedy measures you' would take to smother or quenoh it ont. . Dear young honsbkoepore, thero are worso'' firea whioh start up silently in homos 'than were ever kindled by Inciter, matahos. ? They begin small. CrOBS words usually start them, bnt how the Are spreads whon onoo kindlod, il only it gets a little tanning 1 ono sure -way to fan the blaze, is to run over to a neigh 'hour's and talk yonr trouble over. Tell just bow unreasonable John is, aud how littlo ho sympathises with yonr trials, and unless yonr friend is an uncommonly wiBO woman,'' you. will go home more w...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Items. (From all Quarters.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Items. ?<? ;< {From 'all Quartm.) ' ? >? v Tho : lnrge8ttransaction lb.trattajjcrer mado in Chicago, was the esle; * few :days : ago. of J; 18 cars of Iowa'bnttor to one firm (Messrs.; 0eprge,'E;Gowjtind ; Co.) wholare large dealers and expotUM. There wero nearly 4000 tub., and'made the ? Snug aum; of bver 40,000 ddllara. :It was sent to Lpudbn~reWgerWbr- all tho -way at about l£o.per lb'. \ I'-. M[r.v Ji; O. ? Williamson!._aa igiven £100 to bo' distributed?? among ?; the chnHtibs.' :.?"' '! ' : :' !?" ?' ,V 'V7 I 7; A circular has tjoenissuedby .the Edu cation Department of Victoria.to discon tinue tho penny savings ,to the Council having rejected too/Bill. Oh tho 81st ;Dedomber last there was £2609 deposited by children. Prince Ibrahim Hilmy, son of Ismail Pasha, late Khedive of Egypt, has just completed his course of study at tho Royal Military College at Woolwich. "What "I'd like to know;" soid a schoolboy, '? is how tho mouths of rivers can be so much l...

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Miscellaneous. LORD DUNDREARY ON GOING TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Miscellaneous. LORD DUNDREARY ON GOING TO THE COUNTRY. "THE B's and the D's and the C's, my lord, Have all gone to the country to-day: Shall I pack your traps for to-morrow, my lord?" " Well, th-thatis the. wegulrtr way.; I think the c-oountwy'B a g weat mistake. For thero isnbthing nt all to Bee j : ? The wivers are all of them just a-liko, And one tweo'a like another twee." " : But, my lord; the country.is patronised :.; By Fashion and Wealth and Wit." ! ; ','Y-yes, bo Dundweawy must notice it.too, Which is wathexthe worst of it. . .'. There'll bohorses'tp dwiye,a r and wambles to take,'".' And the mountains—d-don't have any.; .',.,..? stairs, .'.:.?:';;!!'!,.-:?'.; '??:??-.-. And howwid untidy dinners to eat,: Without any tables or chairs." ' " Join the bachelor's fishing-club, my lord." " And go twamping about in tho wain 1 ] I twicd that experiment on mythelf,; '.'-.. A-and I never will twy it again." ." Then, perhaps, you will faae your gun, .my lord?" "No, I-I think I would w...

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A ROMAN VILLA IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

A ROMAN VILLA IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT Scientific American. THE tessellated floors of several rooms of a Roman villa have been recently dis-<*> covered at Morton's farm, about half way between Brading and Sandown. The floor of the principal room, which is about six teen feet square, presents a most curious and interesting mosaic pavement in several compartments. In the centre, in a circular compartment, is a head of Dionysus, in hia most youthful form, with flowing hair; by hi? side is a thyrsus, 'In one of the com partments is a most curious scene, whioh ?wilt dbabtless give rise to muoh conjeoture. On the left ia a human figuro dressed in a tunic, with a cock's head, and, instead of foot, claws with a spur. He stands in presence of a Bmall house, raised high, with a ladder up to it. On tho right side ore two winged.animals, whether chimt?id), or dogs, ortigers i* doubtful. At tho first glanco thin cook-headed figure and these winged animals a. Gnostio and Mithraio origin...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR NOVEMBER, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

of Arrival and pf of English Mails. 1880.) $!i!fe f SAN FRANCISCO. '? .. Ontward. . _.j.i Leave Sydnoy, I Arrive London, , , _th November. | 31et December. f..l li.* . ? Inward, ?ii<!'m Lo_vo'London, I Arrive Sydnoy, ijma- ;7th October. | 22od.Nov6ra_or, MBLBO-ENJi, GALLE &.BRINDISI. }~.; . , Outward. , Leave Sydnoy. I Arrive London, ' 10th November, I 23rd Decomhcr, *'' ? \ 22nd November. | 6th January, 1881. f i'- i Inward, _~ . Leave London, I Arrive Sydney, 2-tb September, I -th Novombor, : -.!-, _ Bth Ootober. | 10th November; ?'jtirihrlA _RIBHANK, TORRES STRAITS, Wt; f<;-> ? ? : AND. BIUNDISI. ? -? , ,?(&??>Dates will bo iusortcd na soon now timc> f ;-tablo la received. ...?.-???-. : . :?-.' ? '?: A 'il.l_EU' It'ATEs' OF'""-POSTAGE.. Bnn Frauolsco, (Id per halt ounce 8 tVinj. Melbourne and Brinut.i, ntid Torre.' fijjjjfitraUa njtd Rjjndis'i, -d per half ounco. ;e:r_.,.For.'-JowaphperB— Via Snn Francisco, Id .' , ' v wms_. Via Melb...

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Some Men's Wives. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Some Men's Wives. Journal of Commerce. Throe mon of woalth meeting not long since, in New York, tho convereationf turned upon their wives. Instead o finding fault with women in general, and their wives in particular, pach ono obeyed the wise man's advice, and " gave 'honour'unto his wife:" "I tell you what it is," said one of tho men, " thoy may any what they plcaso about tho uselo?sne?? of modern women, but my wife Imb done her share in secur ing oar success in life, ; "Everybody knows that her fninily was aristocratic, and exclnsivo, and all that, aud whon I married her she had novordono a dny's work in ber ltfo j but when W. & Co. failed, and I had to com mence at the foot of.tho hill again, she discharged tho Borvants, and choso out a riont little cottage, and did her own housekeeping uutill was bolter off agaiu. " " And my wife,''said a second," wna an only danghter, caressed and petted to death; nnd everybody said, 'Well/if he will marry a doll like that, ho'll moke th...

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The Least Read Book. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

The Least Read Book* Father Curci, of Romo, who was con demned as heretical by PiuB IX;, and restored to favour by tho present Pope, makes use of some pretty plain language in the introduction to his new transla tion of tho New Testament, Ho says— " Tho New Testament is tho book of all others, loast studied end least read among us. So much so, that the bulk of tho laity—oven of those who beliove thoy havo been instructed, and profess religion—is not aware that such a book exists in tho world ; and the greater part of the clergy them?elvos scarcely know" tnoro of it than what thoy aro compelled to read iv tho breviary and missal." Father Curci seoms deter mined to tell the truth, oven though it be at the expense of his co-religionists.

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Mr. J. O. Norton. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Mr. J. 0. Norton' THK condition of Mr. Norton (says tho Dubbo Ditpatch of Tuesday) has varied considerably siuce Thursday. On Friday ho was about tho samo as on tho previous day. On Saturday morning ho Was very low, the pulso going down to 60, ond tho pationt not so bright or choorful as ho hnd been. . Towards ovening ho rallied, and tho pulse went up to 84. Ho pn?snd a very good night. On Sunday ho was vory low, and his modiaol attendants thought ho was sinking fast and could not last beyond the day; At night he rallied, regained his cheerful ness, and on Monday morning ho was, if anything, hotter than at any timo Binco tho sad occurrence. His case is a most singular one. Thoro is no doubt that tho bullot entered the skull; but what it injured, or whore it flnolly lodged, is a mystory which even, the doctors are not able to solvo. -. In. Toy lor's " Mcdicol Jurisprudence" a case is quoted where a child lived for 29 days after tho bullet had gone through both hemispheres of tho brui...

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The Sorrowful Man from Columbus. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

The Sorrowful Man from Columbus. ?Detroit fflce Preiat At the Union depot; the other morning, officer Button .observed a tall, long legged' Btrangor, who seemed to be clothed mostly in a ; linen duster, wipe his eyes and blow his noBo: like one suffering mental 1 distress, and he ap proached and asked the cause. "Ohj'lot? of things/, repliod the man, as he shook out bis handkerohief. " ; Is there a csmp-meoting anywhere round here?"; - ' --: ',- v Mv "Not that I know of." "|/ : ". And they don't havo any prayer meetings hero in the daytime ?" \ "N0.7 ;'"?? "There isn't anybody: around the dopot who makes a speciality of singing Gospelhymns, is there?" > ; j " Don't know, of anybody; Has your wife run away ?" j " No; I never had one." "Lost your wallet?""' " ?" No; I novercarry a wallet," .'??" Anybody abusod you?"?'.-'? " No ; everybody is kind to mc." i "Thdn why this Borrow and l these tears? Strong men do not weep with out strong cause." ; . ; "I w'cop—l weop bocduso the world...

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JOHNNY'S ESSAY ON DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

JOHNNY'S ESSAY ON DOGS. LAST summer our dog Towser was a lyin in the sun trine to sleep, but the flies was that bad that he culdn't, cos he had to catch 'em, and bime by a bee lie on his head, and was woking about iiko rue ""a was hian. Towaer he held hia bead stilt, and when tho beo was closo to his no?e, Towaer winked nt him liko ho sed you ( boo what thia buffer iadoin* ho tbinka ia? lily-of-the-vaUey which isn't opened yor. but you just wait tUI I Woseoiu and you will boo some fun, and euro enuf lowser .opened his mouth very Blow bo as not w fritten the boe and the Tow?er'B mouth. Then Towser ho shet,ais eyeo, and hia mouth; too, and had bogun? make a peaoef ul sniilo wen the bee Btnng him, and you never see a lily-of-the- valley not bo in your life. Tms next " new thing " is Hkely to be gIM? typo forriowspaperprmting! Kxporimenta have jnat been made iv Paris with glas? type, and the result is said to have b? e " "'* Bnooes?ful. Tho typo preserves its o"* 0 " 8 " almo?t indefini...

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Nature. EFFECT OF THICK SOWING ON THE SEX OF DIŒCIOUS PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Nature. EFFECT OF THICK SOWING ON THE SEX OF DIŒCIOUS PLANTS. AT the meeting of German naturalists and physicians at Baden-Baden hut: Sep-<*> tember, Professor Hoffman, of Giesson, as reported in the Berlin Monatsschrift, sought : to show that.seed* of unisexual: plants, "when thickly sown/ result in n,preponder ance oE,malea. -Thus he found.that one hundred seeds of spinach, sown in a eix inoh pot, yielded two- moles to every female, wherea? tho same sample of seed produced! an equal number of males and remalos in the open ground where they bad plenty of room. This observation would ?be important.if of general application, and. especially wi?h hemp, but Haborlarid die puteait so far-as this plant ia. concerned.: According to Hoffman,'sex "does not reside in the seed, but depends on the conditions of germination. Unripe seeds of Lychnis vespertina, he found, gave a larger propor tion of males than -fully ripo seed. Seed of Mercurialis annua, artificially impreg nated i...

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PRESERVATION OF HOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

PRESERVATION OF HOPS. Scientific American. THE principal feature in this new system consists in sprinkling the hope with alcohol prior to packing, and then pressing them tightly into air-tight vessels. In course of time tho alcohol oombinos with some of the ooustituont? of the hop, and oerlaia volatile cthora aro .thus formed; those possess a strong and peouliar fruity smell, bat being very volatilo, they ore all dissipated during tho boiling. Dr. Lioter has experimented on those preserved hops at Wcihcnstephen, and speaks well of tlum; be Bays tho fine oolour is retained aud thero is a foil de velopment of aroma; the fermentation of worts made with thtso hops worked well, aud tho rusalting boor possessed a fine bitter flavour. If this method ot Bprin'kllng with alcohol will stop tho development of valerianic add, whioh takes plaoe In hops when Btorod iv tho nsual manner, it ought to como into general nee. HiXLUoiNaTiON of inn Sbhbeb.—Professor Maudsley remarks, in a rooent lecturo,...

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SKIN GRAFTING FROM THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

SKIN GRAFTING FROM THE DEAD. Scientific Ameri can. DR. J. H. GIRDNER, house surgeon at Bellevue Hospital, has obtained some re-<*> markable and valuable results in skin graft-<*> ing during the past year. One patient who required suoh treatment refused to famish grafts from his own arms or body, owing to tho paiu involvod; and, unwilling to ask auothir to snbjeot himself to a pain whioh tho person to be bonefitod was unwilling to submit to, Dr. Glrdnor tried tho experiment of taking skia grafts from a corpoo. Tho dootor says: "I cut a pieoe of akin from a patlont who diod in tho words a few hours before, first taking Care to inquire whether the cause of death waa duo to a poisonous disease or not. I then out tho entiole into small pieces, whioh I laid cm the granulated surface of tho ulcers, and bandaged tho leg up very firmly. In throe days tho graft began to show signs of lifo, a porfeat union having taken plaae, and in a week a splendid skin, smooth au...

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LOST FOR A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

LOST FOR A WOMAN. American Paper. IN the drawing-room of Tremaine Manor a young lady sat one stormy October morn-<*> ing, listlessly toying with some fancy-work she held between her dainty fingers. The young lady' was apparently making, at a bost.of much time and tinted wool, some delicate' trifle, as admirably elegant as it was' eminently unfitted to be put to any praotioal use. To do her justice, her mind was not in her work, for she rn?tled softly with restlessness as she sat, and glanced several times impatiently out of the window at the dying leaves whioh eaoh goat of wind swept upward in the cool autumn air. She wob evidently exporting somebody. And yot she was one of those whom few men.caro to keep waiting. Alios: Tremaine was a dark bnt dazzling beauty, with ooal-black hair and glorious dark eyes, which seemed, however; more fitted to express passion than tender ness; her. eyebrows, black, straigbtish and rather.thick, would have been majestic and too severe ha...

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Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued). BY DONALD CAMERON, Author of "Silverwater Bend," "Scripopolis," "Melbourne Life," "Transformations," "For Earthly Passions' Sake," "Grit," "La Fille du Diable" "The Skinfin Ministry," &c., &c. Several times Walter's voice faltered as he read this strange letter, and, long before the conclusion, his mother and sister were in tears. After it was read a lengthened silence followed. Mrs. Manton rang-, and to Koran's surpriee ordered her to clear away, leaving only a plate of winter apples en the table, and the tea erviee. " Can nothing; be done for Alieo ?'' asked Talanga, at last, in a low, distressed tone. "When I go to Melbourne," roplied Walt*r, "I will find her at all cob., and try to persuade her to come back—not here, bnt to return to a better life. Oh, that I know her destroyer 1" And his face blazed with wrath. It would not; have been woll for the seduc...

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Poetry. LOVED TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Poetry. LOVED TOO LATE. BY MARY A. BARR. YEAR after year, with a glad content, In and out of our home he went— In and out. Ever for us the skies were clear; Sit heart carried tho earo and fear, The care and doubt. Oar hands held with a caieless hold All that he won of honour and gold In toil and pain. - Ob, dear bands that our Jourdens bore— Bands that shall toil for us no more, Never again! Oh, it w?b hard to learn our loss, Bearing daily the heavy, cross—? Tha cross ht bore; To say, with an aching heart and head '"Would to God that the Lovo now dead Were here once more I" For when the Love we hold too light Wob bob* away from our speech and sight, No bitter tears, Ho pae?ionoto words of fond legrot, No yearning grief, could pay the debt Of thankless yearo. Oh, note while tho sweet Love lingers .near, Qrudgo-not the tender woide of cheer: Leave nono unsaid. For the heart can havo no eadder fate Than Eomo day to awake—too Ja'e— Arid find Love dead !

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Science. SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF TETANUS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Science. SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF TETANUS. DR. JOHN C. LUCAS, in the Medical Times and Gazette, strongly advocates the treat-<*> ment of tetanus by smoking Indian hemp. The leaves of the cannabis indica are mixed with three or fonr times their quantity of ordinary lobaooo. Dirently thwo aro indica tions of a opasm coming on, tho fnmo? are inhaled until the attaok causes. The patient i<! then left quiet, but carefully watched, no that the pipe may be instantly h&udud to him ou any nppotrouoo of tho epasm returning. Iv this way Iho patient is kept oon'.iutioujy onuer the influeuoa of hump, day-and night, nourishment boiug administered at tho same time, Tho advantages claimed for this mode of treatment aro those; 1, Thespasma aro out short. 2. Thoy roappeur gradually at longer and longer inlervuls. 3. Thoy gradually become not only loss frequent, but less severe. 4. This savc3 tho patient's vilul powers. Mr. Khasligir, of India, has also treated fivo oas...

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Traveller. ON VESUVIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

Traveller. ON VESUVIUS. Cor. Boston Advertiser. AN hour and a half of interesting walking brings u to the top, where we bait a moment to take a look into the crater, think-<*> ing this is the end of our journey; but the guide beckori? us over; and, folkwing him down the side of tho crater, we soon find ourselves' on a level with the oraated lava, wbioh oavers nop.rly the wholo aurfico ol tho crater,! about. 150 ; or 200 feet , below tho top of the cone,.and lit ft point where it broke down the wall of the latter iv the eruption of 1872. Thie crusted lava'", of the' orator id black, and look's much' liko Blag from a fnmaoe, but io tbia caso it is extremely hot aud smoking, add it requires great earn in tho crater not to have the boots burut off, or tho clothes eet,-,'bp fire,' both of .which accidents often < happon. ' I walktd'oul "a considerable distance on the orust, Whioh gave forth ominous, hollow sounds In response to my footsteps'arid Btrokas from my s...

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VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. ART IN GLASS AND CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 27 November 1880

VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. ART IN GLASS AND CLAY. (By our special Reporter.) A CASUAL glance over the Exhibition must convince the most unobservant that British and Foreign countries have come here to trade, and not from any desire to please !gK£iv.urtaste*. TlwAuitiallan colonies exhibit of nttturarproducts or mineralogioal % SfYlipi eirebnsi, bur tho iiutons, though in some SSfjiJii.tHiji'Cfl?i'Owlng?ueh material* ub 1. athir, ?af;YYjjd:in for uiunufKctured -at tiule*, and iv | ar ',-'_;¥. tieulur ?ueh articles aa they fancy we do not ???ivi-fXri?ke ourselves, or, at least, those in which pM/lredbnot excel. Our visiters have reu-bncd, ?^i%ahd' ; ri!nmined' well, that wo-have not yet YiXKraNOhod any high development in art, thuugh % 'fi '?''?*' mti(it_ in doujiequotiotj of our UKtiunality, arid they have poured Into tht 'fMs Exhibition stores pf art treasured, purtlculurly K5/..':thb?B iv wilbh the ?useful is allied to the g/^Yornamoiitali They:huvo come hero to sell...

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