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Random Notes. BY A WANDERING REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Random Notes. BY A WANDERING REPORTER. PRESUMING that very few people travel all over the large district of Patrick's Plains and that fewer still ever think, of writing an account of their travels, I venture to give your the benefit, of. cer tain, rau&lt;lpin notes; made dnring: ar,iviag, yisit to tlie.inore thickly.-.".populated townships wliich are s&lt;aitt&lt;rrc3. tliroQgfr-J out the Boid district. TLe first Z shall speak of .'..?',. ?.. " : ??":',??.:'!i;/ :^: &lt; y:" J -";i ;??';.' ?.:.-,?-? ' ???',- ; .; "?-.'??'.-- , . *i'!.' ' : ::-'.'. r ~~ still fcuo-wn by some., iis.; .-'? i name vfliu?t Becins to be tW cormpticai ' of sttrae forgotten aborignalcogiicenen. Its distaiice from-.Singletoa; is >abeu"t twelve miles, over a Vecpial ? mr the -whote district, ;fara^ any;eici-;; of tliem goes. ; i A?3 H is. likfty. ;to 'reinain.! so.;' Tlfie is'; obvittns. Xlie Govjernmcsifc no ? numing parallel, to nulwayfc - Tha, road" Jβ Vnns Wt a. in many;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Notice to Adveitisexs- AT>VXltTl&£ntS am }Hkrttcnlart7 twv l tf > *cuti In tlKlr fmoTK not 1W? tluui tl-ca p.p>. oa Ttwwliiys fuul J? ritla>ft: rktlicrwuQ w? cAxutot RliaT!knt?&lt;: tbctr Uiwrttoii ill Cltu foUckVfiug ideu**. " suybbirruK Au?;L'ft" OBIw. lOotobor'iO, I?7&lt;. Notice to Correspondents. CORR7i&lt;-PONI?KNTS trill (.leaix- otMcrve Uiat Mtrn tvcvireil Kfc&lt;*r hi thettfa-rttoona iDinic &lt;lbvtely prior t? th>- JaJB of liuhlicatioit, enn not Iw Ifumted In tohv following ifwtM. ?* Bixoi.BTos Aitutrsr Ojcolxr l'j, 18TI. Notice. S9T TO OUll fcAUIJSCRIBEUS. OUK ACCOUNTS for tliq Quarter cnrliii? December Slst, 1871, ure rimy reDiicrcd, aud we would ropcctfully remiucl our con- Btitnclitd that an cnrlr nctttauicnt will oblige. Argtu OflSci;,' " . . January Cth, IS7-">.
EXPLANATION (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
EXPLANATION (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I am, yours &c., ALEXANDER BOWMAN, Mayor. Singleton, January 12, 1875. SIR, — In your issue of the 9th appears an snonymous having reference to Mr. Browne's advertisement about the fire at Windson. The writer states, he isjmtxSi grieve*, and disappointed that! did not ca? & meeting to sympathise with the sufferers by the said fire, ftroud am I that I know my position better than' to do so without a requisition, es pecially when it had nothing to do with the "interests, of the 'Borough. Perhaps, in tho opinion of the writer, I >&lt;houM also hnre called; one- to take into cousideratiou the .state- of those affected % the fate of- the Cospatrick. Aβ mucix had Jto call one as the other, as neither; in my opinion, were necessary. ? It is, customary lor tbe inhabitants ot a Borough to send a requisition to the 3fuijor asking him to call a. meeting.. wueu they think such desirable, bat not tor the Mayor to call...
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] At the Police Court on Thursday last Joseph Beer, a watchman, was brought up for pro-&lt;*> tection. The defendent was apprehended by Constable. Griffin. Dr. R. C. Knaggs posed r 1 saw Jicspar Beer in thelock-npyes terday ; lie was cvidcutly in delirium, tre mens ; I prescribed some medicine for. him ; he is unfit to be at large, siud does not scent to know what he U> doing ; he is suffering from drink, and should be placed under re straint. The Bench ordered defendant io find sureties for good behaviour for three ' months, or iu default one month in gaoL An inquest'was held on Thursday on the H>dy of Joseph Hill, a miner, who had been killed in the Hamilton Colliery through a fall. of co.-u. ? The. evidence taken was as follows . James Gibb deposed t At half-past -I o'clock yesterday afternoon I was Working iu Xo. Jf pit, with deceasedV Joseph Hilt; I had drawrt a fall bf "coal, - and cleared the- scales, of rock so that I consi...
Goorangoola. [PROM OUR CORREHPONDENT.] Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Goorangoola. [PROM OUR CORREHPONDENT.] Jan. 4. Jan. 4. Abolt sixty of the free-selectors, of Gooraa. goola attended on Mr. W. C. Browne, MIP., and Surveyor Evans on the 4th iasfc, at the proposed deviation of the road from Singleton lo Goorangoola, when a great, many,argu ments were discussed at length, and all the ~ official letters were read concerning the above deviation. Jan. 8. A scratch match was played by the mem bers of our club oa New Year's day. Owing to a great many of our members not arriving until a rather advanced, hour, only thirteen players participated in the first innings, how ever, in the second innings each team mustered fifteen strong. For the same reason one of the men, who was actually playing his innings, hud to be chosen as - umpire. Wickets were pitched at about half-past ten o'clock, and one of the captains Mr. Thus. Bropker, having won the toss, sent Mr. Titos. Esther's team to the wickets. Mr. William Forster, semr., acted as ninpirefor Mr. Eather's team...
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the Correspon-&lt;*> dent, not necessarily for publication. but as an earned of good faith to the Editor. It is dittinctly to be Imrne ?? mind that ire. do nut by iiisrrtinj Ivttcrt evnecy untj o/zinion farvrahle to their rnntcht*. Wγ ope* our column* to all irit/iaiit leaning tn any, and. tltiit *Hj>jjly a channrVftir thejntblieatimt nf ojiininnt of all We >cicrtc to mir *elrr* the right toelintiuatc all rijcciionable matter from lettrrf. Corresp. xdrnt* are part'wularhj requeftrilto leritQ only on one tide of the paper.
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, November 28 In reference to the prospectus of the Australian Direct Steam Navigation Company. M. Edmund Thompson has a letter condemning the scheme as cious as regards time and profit; lie also pronounces the St. Osyth. and Whamnoa as dangerously nndcrrigged for an Australian vnyago. Some of these statements are* denied; artd a, long correspondence has ensued. ?? Colonel "Warburtun's Journal.of his Australian .explorations will appear next year, under editorship of his nephew, Charles Eden. The Ducanc W expected home in February. The Firebrace '.-&lt;uit is postponed till next term;-Mrs.'Firebrace.sues for a restitution of conjugal rights. Cape advices represent the Austra lian diggers lately arrived as doing well. John Anderson has been sentenced to death for attempted murder, and .mutiny on .board',the Satsurua-' New Zealand emigration continncs at the rate of jn'arly-400' a month. Mr.- Fowling's 'mission to promote emigration to .-">uth Austral...
FIRE AT WINDSOR. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
FIRE AT WINDSOR. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) TRINITARIAN. SIR, — Seeing an advertisement calling a meeting to be holden at the Royal Hotel, towards the sufferers of the late fire at Windsor, may I be allowed to ask why our worthy llnyor was not waited on by a depa tatiou.iavitjnghim to call a public meeting: so a* every-one might, if willing, contribute towards the relief of sufferers by the Windsor: calamity, and. not to go about public matters in a hole and corner way: The moatezaltcd one in Sydney,, vn? the Governor, was called on to take the chair then, and sorely the most exalted ones in the. country -?it,. thc3lxyoTs, onght to be solicited to pre side at any similar meeting. It looks like antipathy. I consider'ic'requiresone with some weight to carry out objecte of this kind. Therefore put it in the hands' of oar worthy Mayor, so as, the money collected here may be seat to the Windsor Committee, and be fairly dUtribated amour the sufferers Record ing to pei ceatage...
Arrival of the English Mail. VIA SUEZ. (From the Heralds Message.) Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Arrival of the English Mail. VIA SUEZ. ( From the Heralds Message.) Adelaide, Friday. THE P. and O. steamer Pera, Captain Methven, arrived off Glenelg at 9 o'clock this morning. She, landed 21 passen-&lt;*> gers at King George's Sound, and brought on 175: Tho Pera wa* detained thirty hours at sea, in the middle of the south trades, repairing a blight injnry to the high pressure slide valve. Mr. Cairns, the Governor of Qncensr land, and suite, and Sir "William Sta well, the Chief Justice of Victoria, are on boarci. Governor Robinson, of 'Western Anstralia, and party landed at King George's Souud.
POLITICAL PONDERINGS NO. L (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
POLITICAL PONDERINGS NO. L (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) SIR—A great deal has been said lately on the education question, and as it now appears to be fast gaining in public interest through-&lt;*> out the country, and especially in this good littletown of A Working Jlan may; perhaps be p.ird&lt;mcd for presenting these his pondering*on the subject > '.',':,:-'? : Notwithstanding %b e great-flcal that. line been said, the majority of persons appoar to "be as" far from having any cleat idojut as to .the. intention of the League an though th&lt;:y\ had not : heard a. word oa the subject.' TThe rc3*oii that thiiTmay. l>o attributed to, is the" raystificatiou which is kept op ,bjr the ppponenteof the the remark- , able- fenileney , (hey ' exhibit to twist and ?twine ercrything that the League says or from its legitanate.aim. I believe i£ Uie Xicagne* Tfas to pronoance the moon to lie composed of:, one large mass o£ chalk, the .opposition \ronld....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
Horj/>TTAi"a Ourracrr .urn Pais—Eiis* H Iteroedies.—ln womxfe, teujsat' wrainv gl*"**, B nenralglc pain* and xtmr* pj t tan, the application r>l thU Autbing Ointment t? u> ?? aOectedparu not only cim the gnattxt raphes*? -wUo cans the complaint. XtolilU ??oDJ?rfaU;?s' M in bmnigalag the tendency to ihennmhnn inrfiMwT M palatal disorder*, wMbttno Ointment ciretereiT ?* Hj ailaamt-'XliePUte mneni all comUtotiomU a? B bonce ami. ngnlate ererr impeind function ?Jg ?? organ thronghont the hnnu bodj-- 23>e cart U &lt;&?'Wm temporary nor sD[xMficJ?L bal. immanent and oaf*.H] snd the diaeue rmrely recois, wo perfxt H pntiHotion performed by tIMM aeMching jt* b?m? HJ :j??roi?tii>n?.;; ??-.?..?.?;?-?.??.?.?:..?. ;?..? ?:."??-" ? . , Itfai,* cnrloiufaec itwt me-* pnsoiu IhmW? birtbd?r present am eorely at klum lnckoo?Bg*B > M| forthe occisianttirj-w?i to honor. IJic molt tart M| e??e out or ten, l? tn?t sach pteeoU . .Mc, .topproprUM, or, ?. fkr iw the conJTqS...
The Eucalyptus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 13 January 1875
The Eucalyptus. THE Kern County Courter an American journal, says:-" We speak somewhat positively in regard to the sanative or anti-inalarial induence of the eucalyptus If nil, or lVc-a j[.?i-t of the evidence ?* have irj'l &lt;ci the .subject, coming from source- eiUilleU to tlu- utmost couiidence is true, wo are certainly justified in b doing. But we arc not accustomed u> speak positi\?-ly. or to £>ay in effect ye know, unl'js-s vre have the evidence o£ onr own observation or personal ? experience. In regard to the smii- ; malarial influence of the eucalyptus, wt " have, this conclusive evidence. We toj given it what wa regard as a reasonaMj fair test on our oto farm. This is ac tivated by two families or companies of Chinese. One- company lives near Ik north,' and the other .the south cud of the premises,, about three-fourths of j mile apart. The localities both pattie inhabit are favourable to the prottuetite of malaria. The soil is rich, nioisf, aal - teeming: wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 January 1875
Hollo-watts.-OiKTancsx. -md Pills.—EeliaMi Itcmcdic*.—ln wound*, bndMe, spraira, gtolalir sweltiiitfs, enlarged v-dna, neuralgic jarful and rberaa* tLun,thu application of this KKrtning Ointment to a> albcted part* nut only grres the greatest ease, lattn? wbo cure? the complaint. TnePttla wondarlnUy*a4? iv banishing the-tendency to rheatmtUm and ?lmU?nj paint at disorders, whilst the Ointment cures crery loctf ailment. The Mil* icmoTO ail contfUntional d?*?P teuioc arul.neulate eTEry inJpiirwt function of.>?J orgau tiirpnghonttbe hnman body..Toeenrei*?**??. temporary norsnpciflciiU, but permanent and compkst, andtbediaou? rarely nenrs; m perfect ha> txcalbc purification performed by tbeao !?ncbingyet banulM prepjxationa.- ?. '- .' ; . . . It Uα enrionsfact that joost penons in m?Wc?? Srirebdaypnaent are sorely at ttloaa incaou-teca pS tor too occasion they wish to. honor. The rcsnltinnM owe. ont of tei, ta tbat mcSl present* ar? able, inappropriate, or,a&lt; far as ...