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ENGLISH AND FORIEGN COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

ENGLISH AND FORIEGN COMMERCIAL. The following 'are the: latest com mercial tciegram?i"**. ''??-' >-'??'.? >-Ji Londpp,;Novi.29. 8 peroont. Consols; lOOj}.' '?'?'?'? 6 per dent. New South Wales loan: : (with 2 per cent, onnual drairihgi, from.' 1874= to 1808), 106; j, .*>??*! 4 per : cent. ; flew Bdnth Wales loan ?{1008 to 1806), : l"02i."''?"??'???'>?'!? 6percbnt. Xasmanfan (I'B.oB tt)1001)i 117|. ?:-?'' ..:.'' '?',?"/"'? , U-*i"' ! -- ~ " 6 por cont. Victorian (1804), 111. TiuV Straits and' Australian, £02 10> per ton. ? : ?'?' '?' ?' ; .:"-"'?" ''"??" .' .'? Copper: Barro, £72 per ton,''.'??',? Wheat iAdolaido, por 4901b, ?X.wars- ' house, 51s 6d; New Zealand, ex ship. 45s6d.'' .?"'????' !—.-.— ?'*? . Flourf Adelaide, per 2801b, ex ware house, 86s. "'? - ; -'i '* Australian Tallow : Best beef, 84s per owt. i best mutton; 85s per dWt, , 8800 balea of wool were offered to*dsy. - Prices have been irregular:'; ?:: (Jreasy wool is firmor in prios, and is ? active demand....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Commercial Intelligence. Note,—Tbo above are wholsealo prices, ef what Jealoro wonld rlvo prodaaara. , Blngleton, December BrrJ, ; 1880; ' 8INOLET0N PfllOEB OOBBBNT. ..,''?'.''"'? '"'' *'?'?'? d > *?? <!? Mute (new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Oapo Barlev : „: . o '3 8 , 0 3 4 EnglitU Barley „ - .. 0 8 0 „ ,0 8 8 Oats... ... ... „ 0 3 fl „ ,0 8 0 Bran ,,.'... ,. 0 10 '',/ 0 13 Pollard ... .. ,; 0 1 0 ; „"0 1 3 Adelaide Whoat „ 0 8 0 ',,-0 8 8 Colonial Wheat „ 0 3 P7„;0 4 0 Plopr, super., per ton 13 0 0 „ 18' 0 0 Flour, seconds „ 11 0 0 „ 13 0 0 Looerne Hay... ,. 1 18 0 '„ 2 0.0 OatonHoy ... „ 2 10 0 '„ 8 0 0 Potatoes.., ... „ * 0 0 (, -4 10 0 fallow ,„? ... „ U 0 0 ,? 16 0 0 Butter,.. , p?rlb, 0 0 4 „ 0 0 5 Chewe ... ... „ : 0 0 3 ,,''0 0 4 Baoon ... ... „ 0 0 4 ' „ 0 0 44 Lord ,.....„ 0 0 4-ji 0 0 4§ Honey ., 0 0 2J -.,„ .0 0 8 Beeswax... ... „ 0 ,0 i „ ,0 0 8 Col. Tobaooo.flg ,,014 ,,. ,0 1 8 Ditto, leaf ... „ 0 0 6 „ 0 0 8 Horsohalr ... „ 0.0 8 .'„' 0 0 10 ttidos, heavy...

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HE LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

HE LOST. Detroit Free Press. A NEW days ago, while an excursion from out on the Like Shore Road was spreading itself over Detroit, a pair of lovers seated themselves on the steps of the city Hall, ?and, of course, took hold of haDds. Somo ot tbe officials In the buildiog noticed this, and one. gentleman offered to bet a dollar that they would squeeze for a ttraighi hour without once breaking their hold. The bet was taken, and a third party took his . station where he could watch tho result. Ie waa an awful hot day,' but that didn't make tho leaat difference. At the end of forty minutes the two red handa were ttill tightly clasped. So they wero when fivo minutes more would have struck the hour. Then the young man mqdo an uneasy move ment—leaning over to'her flaxen carls ho Baid: " Smantha, I'm going to let go of your hand for a minute, hut you won't bo mad, will you, darling? I wouldn't let go till you did, only come sort of a bug ia crawling down my back, and I can't keep my mind on...

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Humour. WHAT HO! WITHIN THERE! [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Humour. WHAT HO! WITHIN THERE! ACTORS have hard times as well as other folks, and the experience of the talented Mr Masher proves it. It seems that ho was playing in a piece which required him, [?] ,<uj uuxmu.B ijuuis, k? pnn & handkerchief from the hip pocket of another actor and ' present it to the h?roino with aomo very glowing worfs: The other actor, Mr. Snip/ waa?omewhnt addicted to the uso of Honor' and white dressed for the performance ho got too fuU and went to sleep. Then t-omo of tha other aotora removod the handkcrchiel from hia pocket, and, cutting a hole in the pockot drew a corner of Mr. Snigg's abirfc' into it! It waa a peculiarity of Mr. Masher that when he acted he gob,bo dead in earnest that nothing cordd stop him, and when it came to tho handkerchief scene, and.vhe ? rushed up to tho only half.?wako Snlfrtr' ho grabbed for the. handkerchief and found ? oidu't ojraa. bat he i?u o d to uotioa tho situation. The piece couldn't go on till he produce...

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STRAW THRASHING IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

STRAW THRASHING IN CALI FORNIA. THE San Francisco Alta describes the process by which most of the wheat of California is thrashed by steam, usually the day it is cut. The pickle is set on a level with thebottom of the lowest beads of grain, bo as to take off no moio of tho straw tbun is necessary. From the plutform bt-bind ibe sickle £be grain is camtd by an endte.s apron or elevator into n waggon driven alongside tho header; and this wnggon, lalioved by another at short iotervale, transports the grain to the thiashing machine, which is n't infrequently moved fiom one point of tho field to another,' co a.i to be ii' ar tbe header. Or, ii tiie thiashing-iB to be done after the cutting, the header wagg /ns throw their loads into piles, very different from tho stacks car. fu ly built of sheaves in thojfe climes whor? rain is frequent in summer, and whero tho thrashing may be delayed until lato in the fall. The management of tha steam thrashing ma chine is usually tho exclusive business...

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Sketcher. AN OLD ENGLISH HOME: BRAMSHILL HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Sketcher. AN OLD ENGLISH HOME: BRAMS HILL HOUSE. A PECULIAR charm ban[?] about an Elizabethan country house. The castles belong to an utterly different state things and people—to a rougher, coarser time". Thoir towers and ? wulls, whero the jackdaw, build in tho ivy,; their | moats, whero tho hoary carp bask and i fat'eii; their drawbridges nud heavy doors end loopboled window.-—the:e all tell of the unre-t,Uhe semi-warlike state of feudal days, when eabh great <e'o"igneur wns a petty "king' in bis own county, with bis, private as veil as 'publio feuds, and his { litle urniy of men-at-armo ready-to do hU , bidding, to sally forth and fight for tbe king or to defend his oven walls against some more powerful neighbour. ?' ? -The great houses of the eighteenth i century have a different character again, with their Italian' facades and trim terraced gardens, where, the wits and beauties of dull Queen Anne's time amused themselves' after thtir, somewhat rude fashion. They spea...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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YES OR NO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

YES OR NO. YOU ask tonight my daughter's hand, As you'd request a toy— Do you know the weight of your demand On a mother's heart, my boy? You say you love her wildly; well, Will it last to the ond of time, Or will the ring of the,wedding boll Ronound its dying chime 1 The heart you bravo is a holy thing, So tender, trussing; true; Oauyou to her devotion bring : Ab warm as hers to yon ? Will you lovo her through tho changing years As tenderly as now, When ills shall pale, or sorrow's toars Becloud her Bnnny brow f When ago shall bow hor graceful form, And bloaob her jotty hair, Will you proteot her through eaoh storm And shelter her from oarb? When timo ehall dim her sparkling eye, And winter furrows show, Will yonr love bo tbe last to dio 7 If not, I answer, No. Remember that her future life Would overy day bo yours; A loving woman when a wife, To one whom'she adores, Has no existence of her own Apart from him she loves; ribs lives houeeforth for him alone, And in his orbit moves. S...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. ART IN GLASS AND CLAY. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. ART IN GLASS AND CLAY. (Concluded.) (By our special Reporter.) MUCH that has been written about art in gl[?] apples to art in clay. Opaque glass articles are made to vastly resemble the same in clay, even to the imitation of the it marvel luto* tern line, Sevres, uud tho piofccsses by Whioh tho result* aro achieved resemble each other, except thut glass is flrot blown. The value of till ur'ticlca iv cluy is enhanced, first, " by thotoniijOaitlouof the inuteiiiil; secondly, by tbo mt devoted to its pruduotlon. Thero aro various oompo.iuuns, oomo ot which are secrete. Forinatuue., tlio SovMs composition is only kuown to fow, aud some compositions huvo been loot, tuch as Henri 11. and Dresden. Tho apnlieuiion of urt to clay is more easy ia sotno dsuteo than to glass, as the treatment iv the rurpouo ia tho only difficulty. It , should bo understood tho articles whioh I plum under tho head of clay are, ot-pedaliy the higher sorts, really coin pot...

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Agriculture. YIELD OF BUTTER FROM CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Agriculture. YIELD OF BUTTER FROM CREAM. H. Stewart, in Country Gentleman. I HAVE, for some time past, kept accurate account of the quantity of cream put into the [?] and the butter taken out, and I find that one quart of pure cream, weighing precisely two pounds, will mako one ponud of batter, as ntar as aim be figured. This ia the thfcs cream, whioh is. taken iv an adhrreDt; leathery shin from "a Bballow pan in which the milk is three iaehes deep, arid has been kept until It ia sour, but pot thlok. From cream, taken from a pail eighteen incbF? derp, and whioh stood.four ioehea' deep on tbe milk, but whioh was simi fluid, three pounds of buttor wad given by four qaarti of the oream. Ttiis cream was in ijood erudition for churning, and needed no water to dilate it. It was distinctly soar,, having been skimmed from milk set thirty-' bi's houra, and was kept forty-eight hours' before (burning. The ohurniog was sixteen; quirts, whioh yielded twelge and one-halt j pounds; tho temperatur...

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DICKEN'S FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

DICKEN'S FRIEND. A PICH. POCKET. A DRAMATIST, sitting by a friend at the theatre contrived to extract a handkerchief from his pocket and transfer it to his own. Presently a man behind him, tapping him on tho shoulder, whispered, "Beg.. pardon, ?hereV your purse: Didn't : know you belonged to the profeatlon; all. right," a* the samo time slipping into the amateur's band : tha purse he had extracted from his pocket. Th? story may pass, for although' honour among thieves haa no ssUtonee, it is, probr able that regular prnatttlonors aob on the principal thaVdog should not eat (fog. That th?y ever go an Inch bsyond thafwa do not believe, even- though wo have !lt on the authority of the Gaulofo that Charles Dickens onon lost his watch at a theatre In Paris, and found it at, his hotel- with a note, running: ?'Sir,—l hope yon will excusa mc; but I. thought I was dealing with a Frenchman,, and not a countryman.. .Finding out my mistake, I hasten to repair. It by-returning herewith the watch ...

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HOW GOOD RESULTS ARE TO BE ATTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

HOW GOOD RESULTS ARE TO BE ATTAINED. THE education that is to wear well can only be gained by-self denial, hard work, self-<*> control, concentration. The friendship that is worth having demands unwearied kindness, self-sacrifice, thoughtfulnoao, loyalty. The.; work of hand or'head that ia to,l??t must : be performed- with patience, industry, energy, and ssittl. The wealth that ia to bs > per manent blessing must bay? been gained by honourable exertion, and expended: with bfiiafioept wisdom. The ido* that,we can ,?x'.taet value from anything, when nothing 'valuable' haa ? ever] entered into it; laa delusion which the sooner we get rid of tho batter.,- '.;,... ?'".:?.

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Traveller. THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO'S PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Traveller. THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO'S PALACE. Good Words. WE are at the Sultan's palace. Its towers afford splendid views over country well wooded with date-palms bounded by the Atlas range, lifting lustrous snow sum raitslo.ooo feet-in d a deepillnd.cloudleti?: t?y.' : 'From tho; magni6cpnt;ptosp;pt !: -we: turn to'the ell y,' to seek 'do tit b : /.' Kdt' Ben; Aid, SZapnia!-el-Hadar/'C: &C.V ; ! where- .the? houses pi the'.we'ijlthy enter thesa; "West-erids'" by a'narrow stret. of; little Bh'.p?dud blank; wills. The bpuees.how-/ evei'.'wi'h'v their '~h.aM: ; ;crd.S?-Bhapr3.'ld! p^ ; holeaiand gateways', show few ague of their' owher'aiWealtb.,' No. gtit dansV no w>nWwa,, no b 'ld'ihieB, : . no porches, ThVir -(* front" is within;' there groves? .0f..-'oranges'-_v and.' letndns, til-4 pathways,' and fountainVforni:; courts, in whichis frequently: to" IP -found a tame gazelle, Kitchens, reception rooms, accommodation for ? wives and ?c: ildrep, sleeping tipirtnients, and poja...

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Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. "The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done." CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. "The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done." CHAPTER VIII.— 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. They had entered the hut by this time, end Walter felt his companion tremble violently. The scene was striking and hizarre, the hut being furnished in a coeily. ana yet Eqaalid manner, ?ievbrylhinc heaped together. Mre.. O'Brien wua tUe centre living figure iv its. ouo room. Tie good lnrly hud striven to beep down bfcr grief sna terrors by tubing moro thnnnn ordinary supply of bter, ana, in ocoseqnenoo, had to fit down, as thero wns'a. ; wenlmesa .in her legs. Bh? tool* her seat at the head of tha ootpse, which 'was laid on the bunk in a corner of the room;.nnd occasionally raised a wild ullagone and wept. . As ehe bad never entertained inuota nffeplion for the dead...

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Poetry. NOT YET. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Poetry. NOT YET. Boston Transcript. THE days glide by on winger feet, A river flowing, broad and fleet; The face from mine is turned away, It will not be so, dear, always, Tby heart would tain its love forget - It cannot yetj>deu love, not yet. I stand outside a fast-closed door, Agiinst roe closed for ever more; Y*c parts us neither bolt nor bar, Who are so near, and yet so far, Ob heart that would it* love forgot) And cannot vet, dear love, not vet I I hear thy voice, so soft and low, ? And ailent tears unbidden flow; While jet it* music fills the air, I pus and breaths a sileut prayer. My'heart would fain its lovo forget, And cannot yet, dear love, not vet. One step—nnd Iby thee could stand, And touch tby dear familiar hand ; Ono look—<md I upon thy breast Would lean, and, Wfary, find my rest. Poor heart that fain would love forget, And cannot yet, dear love, not'yot, Ono word—and I again might rise M? fat c to thine, and met: tby gasio ; And with no word tby heart ...

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ADMONITION. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

ADMONITION. Scribner's. "HOW wrought I yesterday" Small moment now, To question with vain tears, or bitter moan, since every word you wrote upon the sands Of yesterday hath hardened into stone. " How work to-morrow ?" 'Tia a day unborni To sciin whoso formlcar; featuies I* not granted, ' ' Ero tho nnw morning .'awus, soul, thou mayst wing , Thy flight boj ond to-morrows, di?suohantsd. -" How shall I work to-dny ? M Oh, soul of mine I To-day stands on her threrhoW, Rirb to lead Thy feet to llfo luunortnl; stiivo with fo?r; Deep pit-fails ttrcw tho way ; tako heed—; t-jikn henrl! , Vioion "Btrao's MAnwa.ais,—lt, Wss7?o.'.?. " play-work his student life, rifriug earlyand toiling lajo over ptot'e'.and veras ; poems f<MS7 prises, articles .fat magazines, anything that ' ??o,uld'Ji'sell,".'.hnd. procure,the,daily .bresd. ,;. Moro especially as tho youth, still a.boy In ?' years (he w.<s aoaroely 17), had chosen, to engago himself to the daugbi.tr ot hia fathoms old f...

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A BITTER GAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

A BITTER GAIN. REMARKABLE affinity existed between the occupants Of two separate windows in one of a dingy row of brick houses one exception-<*> ally hot summer not many years ago; it was tho moro remarkablo that these two peoplo wero very tinlike oach other, being, of oppodte sexes, tho ono a grizzled, gruff, grumpy bachelor on the wrong sido of fifty, the other a round, rosy, rollicking maiden of "sweet'and twenty." The man was evidently a foreigner, tho woman nn unmistakable American, and theso two heads, framed by tho embrasures of the separnto windows, formed a strong con trast. It waa about four o'clock in the afternoon; and both of .them wero looking for the postman—-Bhe from her attio win dow, he from hi? second floor front. They had beon looking for tlio postman every day for t£ fortnight, and hoped deferred baa palod tho cheek and subdued the merriment - j of tho maiden, while it deepened tbe already rubicund colour and sharpened tho already testy tomporament...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, November 29. The Right Hon. G. J. Gosehen, M. P., British Ambassador at Stamboul, is. about to pay a visit to London. November 30. - $gep The steps tho Government ore taking to f?Cj 'iuririfoM the disturbance in Ireland buvi> yet teen attended with any \ great success. The Sonth-wpot is particularly discontented? Tho eyeitement continues . unabated, nnd tho influence of tho'Lftnd^ Til. JiPPRdj)! ,is y fl.ieaVjfiry. - increasing. Largo numbers are daily added to the ranks. fsjtlo Kjldysart, in-tho County pf'Muwiter JpaHmeVfl thousand persons have joined ,' .?. ' 'J .. " ?" Mr. Stiaw Lcfovre, Srcretary to th,o > '- Admiralty, has boon appointed to succeed Mr: W. P.' Adam,' gazetted Governor of Madras ?hd Chief Commissioner of MATOr^Hifr?G r ,*o. Treyelynn is to *11 v feefcildf M rv' 6h aw' Lefevre as F ecrotary to the Admiralty. The sentence .passed upon Mr. P. Collon, M.P. for Lonth, for libr-Iling O'-Mk Ai M.', Sullivan, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

—g? - .''" "" '' " v " ??" BELMONT HOUSE , " GEORGE ST., SINGLETON. ' Private Board and Residence- TEMiB LIBEBAL. 3_E_SS, BOWLES 0> Tbo Railway 'Bus passes the door. i^ACES Will take place at ' BEDGFIELD, 27th December, 1880. MEMBERS' PURSE, of C bovb, for all mem bers' horses, to be the bona fide property of present members of the Sedgofield Olab; distance, 1 mile. HACK RACE, of 3 aovs., for all bona fide Hacks, to bo approved of by tho stcwM-da; once ronnd the course. ALL COMERS'HANDICAP of 7 soys., for all horses; twice round the courso, aboot 15' mile. PONY RACE, for a now "Watch and Chain, vnlnod at £2 10s, for all Ponies not ex ceeding 14 hands Uigb". FORCED; HANDICAP,.of ;i—, for all .; ,7'winners, optional to losers; 1 raile. ?Entrance,'lo per cent on arhonnt of prize.; 5 per cent of prizeqaaliti .eatibri.":,?-'. 7: 77" .';?''.-; -?'" . 3 entrances required in each race. ?Hahdicari faces all.horses to be handi capped by: the Stewards' or whom they appoint, the decision of...

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Obscene Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Obscene Literature. At the Water Police Court, yester-<*> day (before Mr. Marsh, P.M., and Messr s. V. Brown and Edward?), Henry J Franklin, printer and lisher, of No. 40, Huntor-streot, appeared on summons to answer tbe complnintjof' Bub inspector 'William Campliin, 'of Q" -having published an obscene nowsphper, 'entitled Our Wild Oats. The proceed Jp&.waa. brought under the provisions the Obsaerie Publications Act, which tub pawed last eeseion. Mr. Rogers (inutruoted by tbo Crown) concocted tho prosecution, and.Mr. W. Roberto appeared for the defendant, ; /.'?'?Sntwlnepector William Oamphln de ,< paiedihktoa the 20th November he mad. t cotnplql&t,. ,on oath, before;a ?Wjfl?tiCfl of the Peace, that he had' fj-mson to belle.o that certain obscene V printed matter Who kept in a hoti?o '(litnntnl a? No. 40, Mllnirr street. By S vlr'tie of"o'warrant, lie wptit lo il;e fifty I *-' ami ?aw tlit. i'cf idant. He ri JiaJf.tlif IP, >>nh tlio |ul...

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GREAT SCULLING CONTESTS. London, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

GREAT SCULLING CONTESTS. London, November 29. The great sculling race between Trickett and Ross, for £500 a side, came off to-day on the Thames between Putney and Mortlake. The race was an"" unsatisfactory one. Shortly .after the start a foul occurred between the two men, and after they separated &£?Trickett went to the front and won easily. cohsequnce'of the foul tlio referee decided that tho, roco should be rdwed -' , over ogoin on Saturday next. j , x ,.~ A j match, betweon; Laycock land ' ' l Harijan for the -culling championship of ,1 " r t_e"world has been aVrangod. Tho fnco it- . will take place early in January. JTho Hop Bittors Company has, contributed £1000 for the event, to bo awardodj to the winner. .In consequence of |his liberality, Hanlan lias agreed that tlio > v stakes shall be £500 a-side. The two men havo gone into training. Uj ?]n> ?" '''- 7 .'P?,camber,l. * " ! The match for the sculling champion ship of the world, botween Loycock and Hanlan, is to...

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