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MESSRS WOLFE AND [?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

MESSRS WOLFE AND [?] REPORT. Fat Cattle-The numbers yarded this week have been moderate; but as the trade had been well supplied the previous Week[?]none but good quality caused any sort of spirited., ouaipuuii'fn. \ Wo expect, a steady market nt-presiut quotations. Our'-saies llavelieen ft.i-G- Baldwin, .Esq., 44-at-froiu £4- 15s. to £10 each,-averaging £G 3n. 44. We ipiote beat yard bullocks, £8 10s. i'?ditto''dbvra, £7 19s. ; single beasts, good, abovo this? —tore Cattle—Very fow offering, but all lots are taken at fall <juotation<<, mixed and young cattle especially selling freely. We anticipate a hea!*hy. market in spring, but of -coume touch depends on prices ruling- South, and how the summer!, sets" in. We have sold this week fur C. ' Baldwin, "Esq., 33 bullocks at £5 35., cow*£3 6s." t and quote best bullocks.' up to £5 -55., cows £4. - Fat Sheep.—lv of" the flooded state of the creeks up country, our . very heavy wethers did not arrive in ti...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, August 4th, 18[?]. Before Mr. G. Jarman, J.P. WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, August 4th, 18[?]. Before Mr. G. Jarman, J.P. WIFE DESERTION. James Thompson was summoned by his his wife, Margaret Thompson, for neglect-<*> ing to support her. An arrangement having been made tween the parties, tho case waa not pro ceeded with. s"*" ' ? ASSAULT. Elizabeth Hagan was summoned _to answer a charge of unlawfnlly assaulting and beating ono Isabella Falkner,; at My-ll Greet, on the I9th July- There being no appearance of either party, the case wis dismissed SATDItnAY, Auoi/ST Bth;' 1874. Before Mr. \V. C. Browse, J.P. . WtIKfKSNNESS. John yZpne*; 'William- Carroll, and 'JPirti?it*'Xtai*i", wero brought up on the above chatge. The plea of tho prisoners waa to tho effect that'they were about to start for Muswellbrook, where they" hnd taken some job, anil in the excitement of parting with their friends, they had nl- , lowed conviviality to get tlie better part : of. discretion, and tho result waa that they | became " tight-** *...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Maitland Markets. MR. M. MOORE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Maitland Markets. MR. M. MOORE'S REPORT. Hay .— There has been no change in this commodity since my last report. Maize is firm at from 3d. 6d to 3s. 9d per bushel. Flour, from £10 to £1C per ton. "Bran and Pollard—Tnere ia a good de mand tor both of.-those .commodities. '{Jnotatioiis; £5 iQs. to £C 10s. per toll. I could place any quantity at these figures. Tallow remains at £_G to £23 per ton. - Hides.—The local demand continues, and full rates aro -obtained. i- Skins, from sd. to 6Jd. per lb. < Chce-us. —Thero ia a,demand for first- ; clns* simples. " " i Baton, 4ld. to G.I. per Ih. Colonial Tnl'actt, 2-t. id. to "2- 7d. -pcr lb. —iv demand. Xsneeme Seed, J*. 3d. to Is. C.L per lb Cedur Ft tard* —The in-trtct is well snp plied Ibis week, hut prices rcmum firm at iiTi?. to .3C),_ for' first-class, 30s. to 255. flit inferior. flow* of a first class description tncet w?t!i reatly sn'*. Vcliirh-s of all descriptions meet with reatly sale, i Sales of household furniture, gen...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] As interesting and instructive lecture on the above subject, was delivered in the Mechanics Institute on Thursday evening by the presi- <*> dent. the Rev. J.S. WHITE. M.A. L.L.D. to an, axtcucncc of upwards of thirty persons. Mr C J. Mountain occupied the cheap, and > i>n gsUimae by observing feat cwaet* in aS, ages; had .^f? wejcJbFSSS.'laeied. upon as being: the foee- vS* inimillll. inrTflat rnn?tilTHnr)imifP fl —r 5 "—* irSotneas. had-beeajwaO. asayrtomenVthey ?bymauryi'aa -imtifymKun jirauvl *****>?*? Wws -ia tSStast fewdbws a comet laadl Been, visible, a?d various speenlstto?* bjni been^xffecott to be of a cabujiitotts, chaxacter. One tttefc. reppeaxsit st-few yeacavagviti?> -t-cas, stated, twentcE giveJ-Qie n, aia^-W'tio.'' dajt/i'Ot'i the* ? ;*id?oo?ssag- cimsq'tmmstioo'. SejsinKi-tbse -a, :;co3l?et- : -'h?d'S'Biadie.;:: ibt~api.-., ? respectto c??net?mjgbt. Ltjyri, people ' fwjnX supers; - pts'gifo*te>-o--an?^;^^ ? promirtcdto^tiii:stady''of;...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Singleton Price List. '-''?? -Vv"Y: V 'C5 : ;^ V ;??'? d.; "'' j .Hity. (dfttoh) per ton... ... 5-0 . 0 : iV (Whcnten) „;,-'-..;. ..j 5- O 0 -";;. :: (Lucerne).i„v :.i . 0 '??',-'? Moire per brihltc-1... 3s. KM; to-4.-- 0 '?". Oat*"--.???:.?.'.,' "... : ':': i ;::...'? '?::'' i'4' 6' Potatoes cwt. ..." .;;;-. '? 5 C (wholesale) lOil. to Is. per dt"=.: (wholesale) Is. tola. 2d."per lb. "-, Bacon (wholeaalrt) 61, per 1b... ; ? ?j. Cheese, (wholesale) 4<t..per lb;^'.?'.?'??

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Singleton Post Office. Mails [?] for the South that is Sydney Belford [?] Maitland [?] and New-<*> Castle on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Tha?KUy,- Saturday, st &3&ajt— JEactfe.—Eur BtosssetlUwiki Seoee. Bbm-focS. ' ' TBaxdoaton. matt JttamemaH, stusutaf, Tuesday. Tbnnday, .... ' r( m r'liiiiiiiitin ?r ffltt ?nn - sniit tin '"''?f— *-' d?v amsis SHgts*. for JStruday. qutcs -Bae?ttc?ts--s Mtsiihry. .Tnifiiftg-, Vcdoafoay, ; 3__*Bi**?33*yii<^i>^iad)|y.toWes* ' *__S_stV 3*tJr*?**s Jeesteaathe, &**? —- rg&?ty.-?3.pj?- ;* TSWarkwork. a_dJ*rry-?= eiauuKoa. Tm? -?* iI-?.T?eiiiiTaj-. aiifi-T- T - 1 1-"r*' a *'r~ To Soie's Va?ey, ?? Sstmri-y, a* ?J?aan. -* assi Ffdwiob, ?_ --ae?_qv*Thui?-, TO Seo*eT?**?_?e; "West Bmofc; an* Glendtm. ? on W—ineaday, and Saturday, ....mWMlua, -. ? *- TiiTTsato ?'? St. Clait. and Goocaagoola, ~' . - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

- §$>{ _-_>;>?* -v : -.' . ...-'-- ---> .TTppw S'-itc- £-:_.uzil Ai.7as2.ts, ;?- ' 3E-vcry "Petoenil?y Terms cf Subttcription : — . per Year (ia advance) ... : ... £1 o*.' do ( do by post) .;. £1 On. , .Sttl?criptioiwrbo>Jced will be charged is. per quarter more than the above rate; Terms ot Advertisiiig; :— First inch and under — —. sk. Od. £reiy additional inch or half-inch -?- Od. Adrertlsem-wii* of two linear _ 2a. Od. Births, Deaths, 2?.. ?&_ - Bostoess Card* per quarter ' — 20a. .""o—. . Mc adv-rtiaelnest booked under .t;A liberal allowance win be "made far Ad r Weith-menta -con—n—sd- for *- perio-.- -*ver .ioar weeks. It?_ be distinctly understood, ? that, unless ootmteEtnaaded.- mtvertjsemeivt* will be< cohtinaed, aud Charged-tor- at the : ssoalrate. . , " > ' , - j ' Any person ordering Adserf—ements or Printing- on behalf of a Committee formed or to be formed for any public purpose, wilt - be held personally-responsible tx the same. The...

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English Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

English Mails. [?] will be dispatched for England by the different rents as follows : [?] san Francisco.- 1st August, 29th August, and 26th September. ** i" "v Atwrust; sunt 2Bth'September. Jtti Ga-e.aad SAiex.-, —Tth 'Augwtt, and 4tb ' ' ' Vii Tones' Straits,—*bof_ !_t August, i ~t. ?t. -BLn a-4i_ September. ' next i*" l rLt Saa Exanciseo is due in £vd_cy oa the 20th "Jalv, ria Ottlle ant Suca -' _st Aas"?t,-TuiTC)i.* StraiU 2Cth July.'

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Impoundings. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Impoundings. (From the Government Gazette.) Impounded at Branxtony on this 27th day of July, 1874, from growing crop Belford, by Mr. Michael [?] Sum due at date of notice, 13s 9d. :-Red strawberry ?teer,' near"irarnp'WM' j 2 years.. A"s?;saiine !V day; from"' 'Rndfordsleighi-T—.? "White" cow,' ? red'? earsy; ear-aiaried, off '"rhrnp'O, oft thigh indescribable -brand, ' aged "'? vvhif eV steery- red ? ears," no brand yellow and"jwhiteicbw, no'bTand'visibJe>;"S red and white; heifer;no brand ?visible,*! year -j strawberry' rump-180 over > T,-T;*ybar, Notice sent to* supposed owners. If not released;-will' be- sold at this pound .at, - noon" tin'-thb'','2otlt.''Aagost,.? 1874.—C . ?Hrighcs. ;: : ' ?'?;? *-;:':,<-?;.;;;.;'!? -->,:?;' ?:.:-.,;'.';. '?*??* tfntporihded- at t Je I Try T s: : Plaitts],on tne.. - 27th day - of Jnly; 1874;from Great Lodge 'grass"patldbcki; by' Mir." James .Hobdcii --. sunt-duo ;t€ date 'of notice,'lo*.-Cd,; —' ?J Browti "*: snare,: : stir ...

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[?] [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] THE half yearly [?] of the mem<*> bers of the school of [?] place in the [?] Mr. W. [?] who was in the chair, [?] for the absence of the president. M-.F. Wlnte - The report a* suvjotncd avast adopted oir the morion of the ltea". J- b, t mitocutb. rJtttf-TcTx2y' Eepwrt of the Mus i wtUbrook tKhoul of Arts. i loj~ subnutti?g this fifteenth lia&Z-xtaxtir reportfur ytour adoption. It wilt no doubts ha a tbit tho nanttyjttEwi to pruopcv. tdtortJy-aihj' cnferjiis oihce vejrr i Miiniuv tee, gave, their tttciit-ou toytiurrecomntenda tso? with -reri.rt.tjec to nv-reaKmg the stock of book* m the library, and after making a. careful cl-t>sltocaunn'*iut?e''ertrdu despatched anerdcrto ?Jr. V K Mnrtw,-of London, (to gether with a bank draft for xitiny tohuppl} the tastitutioii with juaoki. to l-lett Jtmotmt- SoHbtlLK> tins' order will, receise the iwint attention rvf Mr. Muche, a-td t'lc booL* ms\ b? expected, in n, fevv -vreefc*. t >.u...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

MELBOURNE. The ministers are likely to be no-electerl unopposed Amley, a produce merchant, has been sen-<*> tence to three years for forgery.

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

LONDON. The Imperial Parliament has approved of the plan of the mail steamers passing through the Canal, to commence on the 20th August.

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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] At the half-yearly meeting of members of the School of Arts, held on Thursday night the following offices were elected [?] President Mr. Brown; Vice-President. Mr. JHyt&ST THswaser. 3Tr. 3lc?im?*t; Attdttom,*' i Kesa—£. JSahte un?l 3>f?T?.wiK? 1 J _i?!' C6o?iiit-.J ;-le?BeachOKen -ft*ttie -I -Ashar-'Gooailrj Jeabueri-AsU, timer. Header- , aotv, SfUEpt, Uodgcrq, tiilbert. ; ,-Blr- JSnnj3ge*a ncw.drawi-of .cinsti?ice.. , was.well rejaivetL.a{ T tiKt.J3i4jaw ; ,'ltoyat lost.! .swit- , -.!.. , Y,/'-, it? ~ v"--..-V i- " ~ An inaiilry. iptiii-.ttwr rweai, wreck ?f Sthe 'srWimcr Clar& on ,S"?bby-srecf.hats'b-ert held by the locs- Marine Hoard: aDtttiteioUit'^n^ 1 tteci!sm<-bi&t)hzn'ai&i*!d'i*lf^^^^ 'ore of Opbiiiwi-'thatlhe-SB—aloner Chdnmas wret*cd"by havingfbeen ta?rett:Jiback wbea clusetothe reef near KobUy'!*on,tEic'inorrt-_ mtro&theJ2l?h, instant, an* thai, therein saiScicnt cv uleuce- to warra...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 8. THE ELECTION FOR WEST MAITLAND.-The election for the representation of East Maitland in Parliament is over, and the result has been in accordance with the general -r patioh ;.3^.:;X > ery'tK!atiiisjj:''!iU ojvpoiiiat by: f'sn" overwhelming: majoinry. Et'tbonKt not Us [ ?othcrtrfai J 'yfhcgi. Wealth/posit'osi, and so- . clatj:in<l loteal inilupace; are! opjioscd to} [ ability <KsJy,!tov one, :\vTso has.been .an at< ' tenttre obsarreT ?f tha political" irorlil, must ? fcniimr tie certain" result.- ' Mr..Levy, an<l bis ; long- -array b£Committee, : left tjo stone iii> taraeiTto secureTiLV'triumphant.rcturrC In. ; politics, as in every other concern of life the i - Atmiglity: OblUir" Is tlio "great raorius; I ?pow-er. \VliUct harping "on thus TObjoct. i cannot lid|> sch't£hiftnt: ; r once : bcarJ deliTcrvil in the Maitlantl Si;hobl of Arts, by a Very yoan<j iptaker, trliitc...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Free-Selection Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Free-Selection Association. AN adjourned meeting of the free-selections of the district of Patrick's Plains was held in the Court House, on Wednesday after hobn/Jiist, Tat "two'o'clock. ;' The object of !, tiie meeting; was to take steps for the for mation of? a Sree-Selectora"! Association. Mr. W. C Birowne;?M.HA., occupied the chair, and there were about seventy persons present, nearly the whole of rwfcom were free-selectors. .- ?''?'.:"??-?*'.? ?., The Chairmak in opening the proceed ;:ings said he'"' hoped' the meeting would [bearwith liiiit, wKite"?he..iniidei?; ; feVr?.. ; iharks? ?- He? was suffering from indisposi tion, and waa iiOt'?ln?a fit state? to , address, them .as?he ?wOuld?like to do. That meeting had been called for the purpose of -fiiriniiig,'!a . Frce-Selcctor>' iitfJUiedistricf."'.' This ; move. TncnTwafi MimTar"fi?"btherif : tiflHrigpEce at : the present time in all parts of?the colony. The objects of the; associations were to raise the frce-_selcctora to . ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Agricultural Association. THE Northern Agricultural Association. met on Saturday last, at eleven o'clock, There were present, Messrs. S. B. Dight, Vice-president, in the chair, A. A. Danger, Janiesi; Moore,': J-.-;.C. S; McDonnlli ; G- Lethbridge, G^T,Loder, A. E. Jwhilstojii Fercy ;.''.Waddyi'';'.-.^'--:.'..;McDon'?icl,-'..: and; McJJoagall.. '.-;;?;',"?:--.,"-.':': .': ?,0".'..'.": :;V,!', '?'^.^t..: 3^***l *'^^ ,- :^- -'?-.' of), the last' moetrng- j*ere -read and contirmeiL,?'?'".;; ""?? ?'}:? '.'????.; ;^En *^osp^c^;;4v'.'^-jf,.:> The ''..'? following frjam,. Wind:—-. :?'" . : ':'- ;: j :?'.''?;:-?? J*. ."..-From theHon.JElenry.Parkes,accepting tho invitofion.so courteously,, conveyed-to. him, .and stating his intendoa .of bciog present at the'show.;-'..-../-<.?.,,-;';.;;- "-,-i*;:-"--'.-?'?? From tho Huii..G. A. Xioyd, of similar purport,:,'. -V...''.- ; , ?.>% T-TO.-1.-;'.;: :-i-'.'X,-yi'< '>~ From Mr. Charles-A. Gobdcliap, regret-." tingoii beh...

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[?] of Latest News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

[?] of Latest News. Two miners have been buried in the Mushusbery Mine, Victoria, by a drive talling in One was taken out dead. Dr. Carr is lecturing to large audiences ia : fhe'MMrtb. of. New Zealand. The sub jects chosen are the "Law tf JCindnw,"* *?* Woman's; Mission," and other matters, of socaal interest. Mr. De Conrcy Ireland died at Wodvpga, ;on Monday week. The deceased gestle lnan was the son of tiie eminent Melbourne barrister, -and- toofc, r ajrutwarat part ia ? sottae-of the stirring event* hi. Fiji. ? ,;? -A PresbyteVreit College- far ladies is, being commenced at Melbourne-_ The Albert Edward, cutter, has teen wrecked vat CJtalhmge Bnyy Paha -Kt, -.tad, . The rrverat Boaxkia 1m nearly thirty feet above summer leveL, and South Australian steamers have arrived there. the past week ha^r?bee?i??aedfrc4n-th??Sydu?^rMint. A man .has been found -hanging; to's, tree, dead, in the Royal Parle, Melbourne. He was the father of two girls against whom he had to appear.at the police...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, August 11, 8:30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, August 11, 8:30 p.m. Taylor, charged with wife-murder, has been acquitted In the Supreme Court in the action by the Official Assignee, in the state of Cleary, of Newcastle, tUe-I*iverx>otil and London and Olobe Insurance Company, a -renhet for plaintiff of £1100 was returned. It is ruraouruiT fiat the prospects of the California"* Mail Company ore nnf tlie Into disasters to their steamers having caaieil _ lai-j?e and unexpected outlay. The Company's ?£ent asked the Govern ment for concebiion, which, the Government refused. It is thought probable tbat, the Govern ment have procured a steamer to take the next mail. The Empire says that Mr. Partes bas en gaged the Victoria. It is supposed that Mr. Farlves will address the electors. -Speculation-has been, scratched for the Hawkesbury Orantl Handicap. Joshua lfollowny has baen sentenced to dcatli far the Parramatto muider cose.

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Murrurundi (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

Murrurundi (From the Times.) THE WEATHER.—The highest mountains in sight from the town were coveted with snow on Sunday last it being on the moun-<*> tains towards Scone till sundown, and on the Liverpool Range, to tbe west, until midday. In town the'atmosphere was vexy cold, ren dering mufflers, great coats, &c, very com fortable ? apitendagca to clothing. During the rest of the week the weather basbeen dull aiiA cold, and ice has been veiy plentiful. On Tuesday. slight showers fell nx town, while the neighbourhood of the "Willow-Tree was visited on thai day with a snow storm. A traveller made some small when passing-and brought them into town. On Wednesday a heavy fall of hail occurred be-' tween tlie Willow Tree and Quirindi. the stones lying on the ?jgronrtd for some! tinie afterwards. Periodical showers fell yestert day in town. Okoak fob St. FxtjiTs.- —-Wc understand that Mr. Henry TVbito, of.Glenalvon, has veiy generously sent an Older to England for? ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 12 August 1874

, Sfafcica- S"IK_LE COPIES, of. the Sistgtetom Argus ? may be had trme. Mr. J. P. Qcwrar, *nd Mr. J.GoJM?.iat>, ot George-street, and Mr. Jas. Wbi-ht, of John-street, iaflgleton. Argus. Office, July 28, 187*. *S7sb?B& - aud ACESTS tut r \_f -ithe- JiuogMo* Argus in all the towa alupni round *>mgle?onnn_ Mtutlatwt. Cm -. .'itfteaveu who- have already consented to act as * T-aaeh, and those vtto may be wdbng to do so, 'jtte-iequested to Send m their name* to the - .office aa early as possible^ Argus Office, July 20, JB7t Ttott.cc to- Hsslsiwsriihex* -3UEBCRIBEBS to the Smgletosc. Argus ore respectfully requested to observe that an onler to avail themselves of the reduced, , (price for payment m advance, it ia necessary iii x them to forvvjird tlu.tr subscriptions, tothe ?o3icc before the middle of,tli!?cuixoit .month. Singleton Ar,fux Oflice, i August 3rd. 1557-I -aV*> A\*trcrtam*fr?. ' ' jT-EDEHS for alterations or withdrawal of "\J Advertisements must Ftach this Oll...

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