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The Recently Visible Comet and the End of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

The Becently Visible Comet and the End of the World. The most:, remarkable, article: in the current number of" llio , Vtcforidii lievictv is contributed by the celebrated: Astro nominal lecturer, Mr. \B. " Ai ? Prbctdr, under tho title,;" A Monacuig Comet." .The menacing coinot is tlie oho rooontly. visible in tho southern heavens, and is de clared to be one of tho mout interesting soon by rahn,-..-., VViowe re specting It," eaye; Mr. Prpqtor, " not by. j fanciful theoriaers, but by mathematicians of eminence by no moans prono to adopt I wild and startling idoae, 'suggest tho possibility, hay, even Bomo degroe of probability, that" this comet may bring danger to tho solar system. ,. Like the comet of : 1843, it passed within about ? 190,000 .miles'., from ..the' solar surface; and, farther,;. ') a, careful study, of the obaorvationa mado, on '.tlie ooiiiot of tho proaentydhr showed that it travelled on a path very Bitnilnrto'thjitparaued by the; comot of 1843 while in tho neighbourh...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

TJftii "SINGLETOM ARdtTS" ' AND . UPPEE HUNTER GENERAL ADVOCATE, [Established, Jui.v, 1874,] FAMILY NEWSPAPER OF 6 PAGES, IS PUBLISHED TWIOE A. WKBK (EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY I (:o:)~ I Tho contents of the " ARGUS"'are varied and intorosting, for whilo prominence i ia given to nil matters relating to tbc town aiid r district, special care is exercised i in tlio choice of extracts, which aro ' culled frotn a wido field of current literatnro. I Copious ij)6tulmcnts of continuous tnleu by living, authors arc'given trith every Baturdny's issue, and from tlio, columns "of'tlio'," Argus" \7ill bofound absent nothing that appertains to tho province of.a well-conducted family newspaper. All orders for tho withdrawal or alteration of A4verti?9ment? must bo given in writing, otherwise they cannot bo guaranteed attention. Letters to tho Editor should bo sent ia not later than noon on thedey preceding the publication in which-they are intended to* *ppcph L '. 'iJifiui > The quartern end ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Victorian Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

The Victorian Elections^" Aβ affording eomo due to tbe influences'' ivhich were at. work in tbQ" recent leidc tiony in Victorin, we reprint tlio folloyr- itig oxtractB from tho three .Melbouriio papers' ;— ..' '?? ??-.???? ????.?'!?;, {From the Arjfus.) i '' '''-Although wo should havo yery.ninch 'liked to.boo.a fair majority ia favour of Mr. Service's Keform Biii,';we :do not: think that the' defoat experienced, yesterday should put ,itV y Bupj}o'H'eta": 'aj together oht', of.'hear ti !? 3Yo have reryl .'little' doubt that it will?, he :found; to afford the roadie'flt outlet from a very gi;ftV9 constitutional difficulty.', For tl)o present it must bo laid on the uhelf. Thero cau be,no .dbu'Bt tlia't' '.the. miare ? preseuta'tipiie HO'industrioueiy I . with respecttb.it have dono a great deal towards deetroying its popularity, iPor ?hapfl we should riot bo going too -far if wo said that it hns beeh tempororiliy "lied" out of existence.. J3iit, ia/addi tion to its unpopularity with a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Murrurundi District Court. WEDNESDAY, 14TH JULY, 1880. (Before His Honor Judge DOWLING.) M. T. RODSON V. G. TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

jtirriirundi District Courtv IeDSESDAY, 14th JULY, 1880. Low His Efonor Judge Dowuns.) I B T. ROBSON V. G. TAYLOH. pim £7 2s. Cd., for goods sold. u ' N> uppcurance of cither pax ty. ' Cw struck out. j. KEJJR V. C. SAMPSON. Claim £H-7s. 3d.,for-goods sold. Hγ. A. Carter. (fr.api,,Mr. J. P. tlott's office), 'appeared 'for tbo ftodint,,and atatedtbat tlio dofenoe iup was; that his' , client was ; not He for debts ednthicted by'lipr'sons liftiueband's lifefcinio.',"'j,','7'>' ? *.???? JaniesKqrr.'.doposed to being a tailor.: Sfurrurondi; ho bad been- carrying l basinc?S for 1 20; years' m- George- ' ?t,; Sydney'; ? the pplied to ono iof tbe sons. >of * ? defen-o j Dt,on lier order, in 187-1 or 1875'; eklproinisecl to pay, but je!3ho'fai(}.tbo; amoniifc."Jj.dct'fe'oqn." ken oat jii.f'.Sriuk.! , ; '.'.1.:',:'!.--,',..\}-i ' Plaintiffv;waa ? uonrsuitod,? :aa!ithe: fedalit had.notypt adlniniatewft to' irlite'linebond'aestate.;;, ' J '. :i ,., ,f , ! . i , , ,',Mp Ooe. witucss's; e...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Detached Pieces. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

" Detached Pieces* ;,u A now uso "for tho telophono.—. Hitherto it Lbs Leon ? matter of 'difficulty to dotermi- , thqlimo of flight of small-arm owing, to the impossibility of seeing them strike. In a series of experiments made by tho United States Ordnance Department this , ?difficulty has boon overcomo by ' tho use of tho telephone. Tho telephono. wus connected with two Blako trans mitters, ono placed nenr the gun, the i otlior in front of and near tho target. TJio tjmo between tho report of the gun and r \tuo BDund,of tho,ba)l upon' Jho .target was moasurod by a'atop-watch. Tho o'bfeorvationsj''founded'on a Wgo number of experiments, never tlifferod. more than a quarter or half of n second from each other, tho ehght delay in starting the watch being neutralised by the delay in stopping it. It was found that tho timo of transit was affeotod "by the wind, being shortened by a rsar and lengthened .by a head wind.; — Scienttfio American, „ j I A - jsjotiffijj^gistifl Athcnaipfi; vrtn...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Case of Monk. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

The Case of Monk. The Mansfield Qitardian' publishes an article on tho " Monk Mystery," which States ?~Thc ; edilor of ;thie-paper, with a View'of , eluefdating "the tnysiery' in i connection -with the celebrated casa of the shooting'of Edward Monk,'near the Wombat, telegraphed to a gentleman in Melbourno ''ns foHowB':~Qo\nd 'see Ned Kelly,' arid ask hi in. !! Bid you or any of your mote? ehoQt'at'and tndoaT ont to kill Edward Monk, of tho Wom bat "Sand-hills.?" Tim following reply has'; been, received :-U" " ,Melbourne, July 8,1880. This is tho earliest oppor tunity I haVe had of replying to yonre. Ned Kelly makes this statement to mc and I behove it—' Monk w.as never shot at by we, or any of the others who wore with mc. In fact, Monk and I were good friends, though I had not seen him for many ? years. Sfone .of ue over had any reasoa whatsoever that I "know, of

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, July 13, [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

1 ? ' & e W $$„,,,, the Sydney J'uprn.) < London,July 13, > ' J???.Tbn - 6Akb nrc fntilod for n Ionn of local worLs at Hobart '' , Town (Tasmania)., Tt will bcnr interest o&tbo?atcof < r > percent. ! ? O y ' r Paris, July U. _ 'Anjimposing national fete and mili tary reviow took place to-day, and was witttceeecl by a large number oi hpocta tore. A A'n'bnpchcs of the service wero represented/and ndvnntago wne tnkcnof fffithb-oodosion to proeent now flngs to die. corps, embracing 25,000 KEWtaMtiowwaeaepleariid spectacle, and the affair t altogether wqs considered a great etf'ebeee. ! ~AQl'£?'.-!<' ? ( London, July 14., A ecctiop c-f tho TJritieli Prose dc uounccstbo agitation against tho Chinese tfaSPlctoriewi preposterous, and believes .flint tropical Australia will bo populatbd ,' fey Asiatics.-' i <? ' t ,.Jl9nr[ T ?oclio(or,t |han again ?nterpd - 'lipdn'ilne'tfep'ipcf entorprise. 'Hio nowi * journal is as vigorously...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

1 ' SINGLETON PiITRjCK'S PLAINS BENEVOLENT ASYLUM t ! i i r j v i A SPECIAL GENERAL JMEETINjG Of t\?o Iho above Institu tion will be held at the MECHANICS INSTITUTE! 1 ' ' i w i' i ! Thursday, 22ttd Inst:, Al 8 P.M. ' ' ' Business ~"lo consider tho desirability of placing the Buildings and Land of the Society under oiler to (bo Government, ns a GoTormncnt Benevolent Aeyhihi ' X B —Au Aunual Subscription of len Shillings entitles the donor to vote at all (.Toneinl Meiting?, kc , Sec JAMES WEIGHT, , , , &tOULT\H\ WAMID, n CiOOU bUR '\ ANl' AppV nt tho UOfenrAL ( IMPOUNDING . ACTS- ' ___— ....... j . f MPOUNJJINQ Act, 29,Viotorip, No, if. . i: L !K Impounding Act Amenumcnf; 'Acti 32. Vie, No. \\. ImpbundiTu; Act Amendment' Act, 12 Vie, No; 23. '? ' . ?? ; j !'? I'rim'pHlots containing the hbbv'o 1 Acfe,' for Bale. I'bice, Is. Op, Each. j .' ;i ,\ v!!r .!?..,,-.;?:. t& 4XoVS.q)?si,vs.\ ?" F THOMPSON in thanking.the Fetyid, ? for past patronage, :beg? to inform them that ...

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LATEST CAPE NEWS. Cape Town, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

?'.-.: :': LATEST OAI'E NBW8. '' ' i !; :.-. :?. ,:??'.,?'. ..Capo Town, i/uno 26.! Tho Empress Eugenie bne rolnrticd to Potermaritaburg, and sailed for England on June 25th. Tho proposal for tho orecMon of a mcmorinl in- the colony to the Princo Imperial Jbas been revived. The Colonial Secretary has been con gratulated on the Ministerial victory, mid on the disarmament policy. The Ua?titog have accepted tho decision, and 1 have been called upon by tho chiefs to surrender thoir arms, tho time being extended to July 12. , 1 Lady Frero has been presented with an album, illustrative of Sir Bnrtlo Fiero's reception on his roturn to Capo Town. , Frank Towers and Rosa '' i?> i s nro playing tuccca&fully ut Capo Town. Colloy and Wood nro to bo entertained at a banquet at Durban. A serious affrny has taken place between Zulus and Knfiire at Somerset. Tho Kuffire wcro victorious, killing ono of tho enemy.

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Arrival of the S.S. Garonne. Albany, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

-~Anival,of the S.8. Garonne. Albany, Friday. TjiK Orient Company's e.s. Garonne arrived hdro at : midnight. ; Her dates nre ??'?: London,: 26fh May; 'Plymouth, 29th Muy,;8fc./Vincent's, June 8th ;? mid Capo, Jane 2Cth. Her passage was protincled by bad weather prevail ing at the coaling stations.

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Murrurundi Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 13TH, 1880. (Befor Mr. G.R. EVANS and Dr. KNOWLES, J.P.'s.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

            MURRURUNDI POLICE COURT TUESDAY, JULY 13th, 1880 (Before Mr. G. R. Evans and Dr. Knowles, J.P.'s) John Idstein was charged with being found in his spring cart opposite the Royal Hotel, Murrurundi in a state of drunkness. Plea: Guilty. Fined £1 or 7 days' imprisonment, fine was paid. , M i (nl i from Bfftrtin'Heilerj A own growth fvnamana- ,-,,.„ t ' if,, t. J3. Boyce ana Dr.n? ! ' llTlcs Spalding nnd WUUamson the lo?gnege used, which ft oo?t fllthy descnpfaen atra tpameaiUcharaCoaay. . vo other witnesses, who wore, in, Ancci tho Bouch did not oon ',i necessary to cxamino. urfOenrt; and ordered tn'fc irf pttinent to bo imprisoned for 1 calendar months in Maitfona j (lie Bcbi' l leinnrking that ,H jiveiy gross caso, and tjiat tho-, ffliose plnco was 'to proHeifvo t'cblic pcaco, mnst be protedte3 a web aggravating attacks' frhilo ijciccubop of their duty. '" , sisiiOLfoVoi'ioE.'wro?M. Hfliy O'Brie...

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Death of Mr. James Wiblin. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 July 1880

Bligh Watchman             This week there is another addition to our sad list of deaths, Mr. James Wiblin having died suddenly on Monday evening     perfect health on Sunday, but on Monday   afternoon he was taken so ill as to send for Dr. him later in the evening, however, a fit came on, and in a very short time Mr. Wiblin   died. The casuse of death was disease of     the spinal cord. Mr. Wiblin has been many years a resident of Coonabarabran,   and was one of our most usedful citizens;       one who was always ready to contribute to any own personal exertions or with purse       which will not be easily filled. The funeral   took place on Wednesday after was largely attended by the leading   residents Wiblin ha...

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SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

."'-"SYDNEY^.-;-,, ???; i: i ???;!'!!? rr ;;?: FndsV. The'TebQi'tthat.'fresh; r ca'ses, of.small. pox .had , < ; wt:'";amongsy)tlie Chinesei^ ! immigrants : ; on;'.;board;the steamer Javay ; is untrue, : - !: '- { { \rA' : ' ;; ;A:.me^ng^' ; protectiotii?tai of this city ia/tof^'teld^n^eW^eelc^'jforflie. purpbee'tif'ad6ptirig?aM'addi'e??'of con' gratulation to "Mr." Graham Berry ,90 his return to.pttWflr ; ,(?) ; iii'Victoria; , '- r ?;I; The''' Victorian Pariid'mbrit .wae'ojJenid "b'y'.Cqm&iS?ibii' : MT; f :Pef?r Laior; wesson the'motion of Mrl BsHj, elected ?Speaken; ; -; ;; Mr^e' - ?ry , gav^hoti , ce bf'a'waritibffcbned'erice 'motibri''iii ; tlie Service Minie J try; p ' Thje Hbuj'e adjburnid Mili^next' , ' $$''"'. T^'-'iei'expeeted-ilr. 'Selrvice'wiir, reejgn , -Kefory the'^rihtlif "confidericembtion'co^esibn, 1 ; ?'-.- ;(l ?'"'-The,. toirfictpr¥ of -bptnmeWy 'dbclare'd ; tte' ; ;nstUr'aifi. detfd Sf twenty-five p , er cent 1 , j&r anniijti, 'and plii...

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TELEGRAMS. (THROUGH GREVILLS'S TELEGRAM COM.) GREAT FIRE IN SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

TELEGRAMS- ' rTHBOITOH Q?KVIH,B'g TELEQKAH CO.j GREAT FIBB IN 8VDNKY. ' i" Fridav. after,the performance was over. ? B a shortly after,eleven last night ti? ViWontV Theatre, PHMreet, was £. C( £. 6 ? *? , ?* fir .?' and ¥* "Pit" of th 8 OHoria:oi,^urg as ; 6o< { T:; of;, firelnen .;j 6e pelwey wand'i> irtMery, {he XPfe. $W>f ? complete ruin. Nothing.;bnt the"frpnt and side' walls ?^;.l?^:. : .'"Tae.?Uopi"'-?^j^iiiW' mu ,?kr4??agcds Tbe ; fires;spr?ad no tbe.Jlpyal; Hotels ty thwack otffo and, -the shops r ,:.from ' Mui graye's; inj King-?treet; round to "tbe frortt of the _ Theatre, / were '-doomed ' to destruction. By one "o'clock : it 'was evident the, fire was under control, and the streets;; which had beenihronged by thousands ;'pf/ t Bppctat?rft;rbecame' clear facility., :..Shortly:after:;bhly:: the:tall dark, walls were standing," the fire haW completely-*'gutted^the place;; .i There were some accidents, but nothing seribui Mr. 'estimate! his private losb at £...

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The Earth Five Hundred Million Years Old. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

The Earth Five Hundred Mil <' lion Years Old. In one'of his rederit lectures' in, 'Amer 'ica; ; Professor Frbctor ; showed the im : jnfi!nty[ of l timej. ! past- and !; futureVia* revealed by astronomy; -The 'first-g*h- 'eVartopie'Considered was the'age of the: : e'artb." ' From' the"''different 'geological featdres of the 1 ; Perth's surface, it ha? ; been calculated'that 100,000,000 years have boon consumed in the formation of .its crust. Suoh fa the „ estimate formed by Crowe, 1 and acoepte'd by Sir Charles Lyell; : Taking up the ? investigations of pbj?loi?ts,'on' this. subject,; 2 arid from experiments, by Bisohaff, ; it 'is found that the time during ! which ;: the ; earth '-waa cooling 1 ? from ? 'a'"< temperature [ "of '5,000 ;degrees ito''2oo 'degrees',. 'some 850ip00,000 years must have' elapsed: And l then' i; p'riPr ?to < this; ?'' agoing' there was a long -period of time when the earth!;was'iu a nebuldns condition; So that d ! fair estim...

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Yesterday's Sydney News. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

>, Yesterday's Sydney News. , !ih£ v 'ry'r:.r-y.^^^ I A private, letter,,received' from, the Tetnorn gold fields says that gold has been discovered.n.distance of two miles along tho laad,-and, the prospects are good, Provisions are reasonable, especi ally meat, but wator is scarco. The steamer Garonno arrived this morning. The ship Samuel Plimsoll leaves quarantine to-morrow, Single girls' will also be for hire on the same day, Tho fifty-fifth half-yearly meeting of the Austialian Joint Stock Bank has resulted in a dividend, of 10 per centi per annum being declared, besides 2si per share bonus, equal to 2£ per cent. Mf. Moses Moss is ejected a director, in the room of Mr. Friend, resigned., Callaghan offers to run any man in New South Wales, bar Watson, 150 yards. , , A man, aged about 60, has been found; ehpt ,in,;the ; Treasury Melbourne, this , morning,, It. is sup posed that .ho committed .suicide. -~..;,.; ; ; ; [iThevYictpnan -Parliament; /was ppend/4 ;by, ; Comrnif ; si6n,...

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Mems. from Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

"??;:?; ? Merhs. from Maitland. -i-Newcattle , Heralffg correspondent, July 21at..,, ',/, -, ".. ,,. -, . ' ?The Weather is cold, and rain hag threa-j tened for some time, but of course none .coines. \ :?/?:?. ?''. ??????? : -.',-. :-..?: i ,;...; - ' : ,'JKelly and Leon have been playing to i poor house? at the Victoria Theatre for the last three nights. ; Tho prices are evidently too high. ..:' , ? ; Wybert Reeve has, threatened ? an notion against the Garrick Amateur ?Dramatic Glub for playing tho " Ticket of-Leave Man", without permission. ; : Tho River Bank Protection Works aro now nearly completed. £10,500 have been already spent on them. A woll-known and popular official han refused 170 guinoas for a pair of buggy horses; They are splendid animals. Nothing like them about here. Singing classes aro now conducted at the School of Arts by Mr. Eldridge, and are very, popular and successful. Mr. Jas. Fullford, Mayor, will con test Maitland at the next election. . "Mr. Jas.Robin?on...

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CRANE FOR SINGLETON STATION. Department of Public Works, Railway Branch, Sydney, 19th July, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

L CRANE FOR SINGLETblT STATION.' j ; , Department of Public Works, !-...-.. Railway Branch,. ?-,>?. ' '. Sydney, 19th July,'1880. ' i 1 have the honor to be, sir,'?' '"?' '. ' Yonr most obedient servant, ; ' .?:??..',Chas. A.' GoonoHAr, ??'?' : :?:. Commissioner: for Railways. .,: W, C. Browne, EBq„ M.P„ ,.,<,. j ',.. 28, Park Road. '.-"."? ' Sir,—In adverting to the letter forwarded' by you to this office from Mr. William; :Walker, of, Singleton, directing attention toi tho inadequate facilities.provided at that' station for loading hay,ThaVe'tho honor to : inforin you that dirootiohshavebeen given: for a crane to be erected at'the station for the purpose, and it will be placed in position ; on as early a date as nracticable.

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Regulations for Evening Classes under the Education Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Regulations forEyening Classes .' under tne Education Act- ! ' jlwektt Zftwfarv ??'- ?"'V:.y. ?'^ ? ;' ':??"? The following regulations for evoning public r schools made by'his Excellency the Governor,', with' tho advice of tha Executive Council, in accordance with the 37th.eaction o£ the rPublipi-Inetruc-i tion Act, were published in a supple ment to'tHe <3overhaiehi Gazette issued on Wednesdayimght :-— ???? ? v;;' ? ( ! .?A publics'schbols must bo raado j)j;peU<3fin-.;to'..,'tho.'--S'imeterv;of--Poyid .".In?trudtion.i'\;' ('-: v ' il: ''?? >'-X ? f x-'--[ i ;?:>?? 2, Ererysuch pptitipn mu?tibeeignea, 1 ;on 10 perfpne,! rb7 ! -dentsfof the Jiboslity in which''it is de- BireU to''!eBtabliBh an eTenin^.'iiuHic '?''"„', ,?'.'!." ;;!'.'?''?'; ~X. .v.?'???'?'.' ?''?'.'.-' :' ? ;,'3i;No';?:per?on,below theiSgeyofl4 years ehall be received as a pupil in any OYoning pablib Echool, uulcse such person has receired' a'.certifibate , under section; Jljj,p/;tlie.-P,u...

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JERRY'S PLAINS ROAD. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, 10th July, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

" ; JERRY'S TLAINS. ROAD. Department of .Public Works, Roads under Trustees^ Sydney, 10th July, 1880. ;.. Ikavo the honor to be, sir,"., , jl Your moat obedient servant,''''' ? : j '?????????'"?''"??? ? : ?'?''? '''-JOHM-'BAE,-. ? '????;?'; j Under-Secretary,; ,..?: rp.W..C..B.rqwne;-.:Ksq. l U.l > .,-8ydney, Sir,—I am directed to inform you accordance .with:; your, recommendation ot the 8th instant, the r Seoretary, for. Publioi Workshais of ' ; tlie appointmentofi Mr. William Watts aa trustee 'for tho eipeh-j dituro of -the sorn'of : money voted' for the: repair of road from Main North Koad,hear' „Minimbah Brook;,.to , Jerr;> Plains Boad,| and that tho UhadrrSocretary, for/Finance and Trade has been 1 requested to cause'the' 'money to be' placed 'to ; the credit -of'"that< party in the Bank.of Mow iBonth Wales' ! accordincly. ?-

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