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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Wednesday, [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 January 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Wednesday, Meser. Dalmaboy Campbell Hepburn, and Co. report :- Fat Cattle ; 1277 Forwar, and sold to-day. Price remain un[?]ltered. The market closed firm. 20,000 sheep penited. These vf&? a ljri-.fc market, Xur best. Pm? up Od- - Bifeeets, ivvrtnv, Rutticifont. antt Co. re port :—1230 cut tie. yunletl, principally nor tbern. TiU' umrkot cin?ect tinuer. We kdltt K.U l.iuXiHfV*. frvai (irpielauO. up to jCIO Mfc. i>hcep yardeiL. jsot many vrlifcl?-Is?liXe?jaal to last \vwjk—eay 10?. to 11b. fw wetben. lleusta. Ryaox and iiauHnrmd report;— Fat Cattle - 127(1 Market cftmed firm at Jnte CJooil littllock*, J£iS to £10, a. lew £11) to -£fci. ? Oood coirs," £S 10s. Iα £& lOf- We wlrt -5G "batlocfes xv& covrji, avxragjujj £> ua. ?ad £Z is. F?t bhecp : i\?,oo<l lieu tied. >!arl.ct <>iL ?p. Good wctlicn* niiulc ft?. to Tls.% go-jrf cms, Tβ. to Bs. We irfJrl 2(WJ eivci ami wctlic...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS, &c. MESSRS, WOLFE AND BADGERY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 January 1875

MAITLAND MARKETS, &c. MESSRS, WOLFE AND BADGERY'S REPORT. Stations. —But little chance of doing any business while the season keeps as It is now. Fat Cattle,—Our market was as we antiei-<*> pated in our last report, fully supplied, and pnpeu, scarcely : meiijtmnctt, ' We-' cxi>cct x Tery: full market for ? fortnight,-.after which,' no matter- what the wesffcertVj'irioes must go' up nguit Tfc li?tiJVjl<l : Uii? Vcei 'ftirr H. J. AiUnw, Keq., 16t bolkKlcsy eX7 r lor Messrs. Dangnr Bro?-25 oow?@ £& IO?-to jC7 !6a. ?Turaging £C !()?„ ?nrt wcwilt ynici a fine draft otfaniiocks for same b?rnoi)s on Htn)<lay. "?.'?'. Sfcare Cnttlc—Htill no movement tn stores, no wbo)cs."?le jnin'4J. - u , -cr'< ?h?rat, anil smail . mtn arc>jclli;is itiat'.-ad of (jiiying. hartj to cauA'l plait; J^OQ. row at 1?M ?fcwfe ?f JSor bwt b?Hu.-iDi Xi Medici, i* 13,-v, ditto oowr, r*t bl*ew-l? ztrc- eafly part e£ tkw week we Ktd 'nnfc a watrrfr, a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Death from Snake-Bite. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 January 1875

Death from Snake-Bite. INFORMATION was received yesterday morning, from Mr. J. C. Collins, of Toorilla Station, by Mr. Collopy, sub- inspector of police, stating that a man named Mark Rowe who had been work- ing as a quarrymsn on No. 6 island, Northumberland Group, had died at Toorilla, on Saturday, December 26, from a snake bite received the previous day. It appears that the unfortunate man had been working on the island for a Sydney company, who are engaged in getting stone for the completion of St. Mary's Cathedral, and determining to visit Sydney, he crossed over to Toorilla with one of his mates named John Leonard, aad was on his way to Rock- hampton when the accident occurred. Leonard went, back to the station for assistance, and Mr. Collins with his   brother, returned to the wounded man,   and treated him with ammonia, but in consequence of not having a syringe to direct an injection into the wound, cir- culation could not effected. He was &...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

rt'fUMiy for of this c;a->l ii L'tiolpao ' ffij VfV/.fii's Arom-itic Sc-hjiap;**. nerrcc? 'bB Agents for the Singleton. Argus. 8 ? ' uoTca ii prions- H oivcai CSct,'-Jct-i-erest, , SiS'-cto, l\ jgg

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Amusements in the Vicinity of Public- Houses. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Amusements in the Vicinity of Public- Houses. AT the Orange Police Court on Wed-<*> nesday last (says the Western Encounter) application was made by a strolling player to the police magistrate, then I "residing, for permission, to erect hh I tuut for the purpose of giving enter tainments, in a yard adjoining a pub-ic housc. His Worship, not-withstanding the statement made by applicant that ' permission had been previously granted him in other towns to perform under similar circumstances, positively refused i to comply with the application, but in : formed applicant there was nothing to i prevent:--hint having his performance ? on ; any of the reserves. In company ? with the applicant there appeared his violinist, or "orchestra" as an American humorist froald have ' it, and no donbt the course taken fey sergeant Rush in insisting on the pre sence of this dilapidated disciple of Orphtius accelerated the police magis \ trite in Ills decision to refuse granting J permissio...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wesleyan Tea and Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Wesleyan Tea and Public Meeting. Last Tuesday evening, as was noticed in our Wednesday". [?] a tea and public meeting was held in connection with the Wesleyah Church. The tea was provided in depressing Mate of the weather, a large at tendance could scarcely.be expected, but. notwithstanding the beat, 170 persons, none of whom came from a considerable distance took their eats at tea. The tables were elaborately got up. aud reflected the greatest credit on th so ladies who gratuitously sup plied thein. Tlie cup, that is said to cheer and not inebriate, seems' to have answered its descripti&n well on this occasion, if oue can judge from the.hearty ringing laugh and the smiling faces of all, cheerfnlness rmd sstufactiou were unexceptlonally,: experi enced. rAftcr ample time hod beeir given for the eousumption of the.good things provided, a public meeting was held in the-church. Tlie meeting was opened with singing and prayer, after which the Iter. \VV G.. It. STEPHrssoN'-made so...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

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Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton and Patrick's Plains Home [?] Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Singleton and Patrick's Plains Home [?] Society. [?] th:u Toa 2ii:vY iur. c ;VI. of iht condition :-ul j.'7u-*u';M -? el" liiis deservim' charity. . " that they have bee:: eaaWW to ndmiiiiste'r ?relief during their leraa or .--See to all de serving eases submitted to them, and, :d -----thuugh the reliof gninr-.-d has l?en greater than in previous years, year committee'-have much pleasure iu being able fa report that they have been enabled to carry out the ob jects of the society in what they trust you will consider an efficient and economical rummer. *" Yourcommittcu early in the year, after .mature dililicr.-ition, and.with your sanction, made alterations in the management of tlie asyluih, the object being to combine eJliciency with economy, and which your committee are now happy to say have folly answered the purpose in tended : "sceiug that, although the amount for relief is considerably in excess of that of previous years, the total expenditure has been at the same time very mat...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Destructive Fire at Hay. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Destructive Fire at Hay. NED BRANDON'S Punt Hotel was totally destroyed this morning by fire. About I o'clock the slambers of the inhabi-<*> tants were disturbed by a cry of "fire" and ?.tii uiirrymg lor'ii, ir.-.- .jriilianc < Humes, bursting 'i'r'.i:ii ? :\'-.:ey '.viiiuov,- and ! crevice in ti:u roof. vr.ir.; to" II; seen. \"o | ?if..-has ix'Cii lost, nor have auy serious j iniuries oi;c:irrOil. I'Yi.iii the various | acceunt, l>v some of the :aav v.ho ! vrere as:iv|> v,-:ihip.. -vi;.-;i tiic iire'com- ! -ivncci. -.vf -afh-V-ti:./ foJI'r.T-ng- par- | tiw .li^-o-.vnri I .', it !in.) "-oTVo mili'ii headway ::s to prffln'io :i;l ln.pt of jiruscrviiig t!i<: Imililintj or much of its ! ccutmits, ami flvt-ry olio %vho \T:is :i!>!o ' soiiglic sat'i'ty in liiyht-—tliosu wiio worn "not al'lf, or too friirhK-neil t<3 act for tli'-jmselvos. wcru ciracrgcd out of thtir ! boJs : :r.iil ::11 !if"c - .v:ts saved, although ; tli'.T'i v.-on?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

A"^^ ''£' . : 't^::''(-':^v.. .:.c;r :.---?.-.'. ?? ? .-:,.'.. ... .-?". **iEirc:.i"rvr. ;..!??? . r '...- ??.. ? -"BjOt tbt: f--:.'":'<i-.~ ? **Sl"S'?-'C""""TO_n .\['j".r;s" '-f-T.i.l', October li\. * r^"to ouk su:;sci-:ri:-:nr4. ? O UK ACCOUNTS for tlie Quarter c-.di-:--' December'ik.. are ::o>v rendered, and we would respectfully remit-rd our co;t -' *tttc£nt? thatan early settlement will oblige : Aran* Office, January Gth. 1 8Kb

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Painful Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Painful Catastrophe. AN accident of the most painful and heartrending description happened to a girl aged about thirteen years, named Mary Aim Leo, yesterday afternoon, ? i ml 4 i . li -1 ' > JL ' 1t - I 'm> ii !>! oiim < ti ,r ?? i\ <--hli! o mitMut th hoi U i \ mi mc in t> othi.r liLi -, i I fire, and suildcnly began to blaze. Ti < poor crcatur , ternh '1 ml mih|i d in flames, rnshe'd down towards the creek Kcreamiug, and eye-witnesses assure us that the burning shreds from her dress even set fire to the grass as she passed an. ,';? Spihio riisighbon rs came to the rescue as ? soon as possible, hnt not until nearly every sfieli on the xmfortu ?nate girl'was l?rnt, her body presenting, a mo#t horribler aspect from the'effcct.of j the fire, being literally roasted, and. the; ; stays she'wore too hot to handle in the unloosening. The poor unfortunate ?was conveyed to an adjacent hut, when medical assistance was obtained, and every effort t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Northern Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Northern Agricultural Asso ciation. The annual meeting of the members of the Association took place in the long room, of the Royal Hotel, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday. The attendance of. members was large. The auc aiu.nu.uice ot memoirs was large. The chair was occupied by one of the "Vice- Presidents, Mr. S. B. Dight. The CUAIUUAN-, after reading the adver tisement converting the meeting, said that before proceeding with the actual business, he would like, seeing the representative of ? the Staitluml 21rrci:ry present, to say ;i few words about a very incorrect report that paper had contained of .-. speech of his'de livered at :,i.u..vye!lb:xK.k hi August last. The speech delivered at a special ir.eetiii" called for the ;„n-T>o,e "of dee-uiu- as to whether they should hold the shou-'at Mas v:elll.r,K.k In IS"-, or no!. Wonl-Utad been em ployed in the .Ib-rcvry .- report or his speech that he had never tittered. These words iiad awakened the hostility of some persons against him (the ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

[?] [?] 1 cr-v mi. -\ .::'.?: ??'' '?'-'??? L.:"iC;:eior^ ' -.?-;v,'., -t-;i- r -tl ViHiii.li-.ki'r un<l iurcejii'-u' : v.:;.r fVu'.a ':.i:ii. '?'? !::u::.:-;r ?-" l:; J? i t%To? .-icciis.jil i-i,-'i'.s...n^ T uuu \\'hiU:i!cor . ' Biiljsoduoutli' lc-ft -ilorjjntrs accoia ! puuiciiby Wilsoii. Ni? sooner lia.l they I r.':u-!n.-.l lici-.iiutspot. tlum Wilson :>eizetl ! " r !;ittak(.T*l.J- tlie Uiroai, nsiirh- chokiitg i ;.;ra. jiuJiiig iiis vicing in :: { ti'iiicsnij cwiKliiion, he rcloased liiS grip i fwr :i""moi!K'iit or two only to tsice it ! firmer liold, and -while- under his grssj), j Wilson riiJed the pockets ofhis victim jof liis purse its. contents, tin: I supposed, confederate- keeping watcli while the ruffian accomplished his pur pose. On the police attempting lo c:ipturu tlie mr.ll Wilson, ho dealt some severe blows on the face of Sergrr.ut [ GeMrick, :iiul otherwise lion;iv,:d in the j most dciiaiit mauiifr.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Deadly Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

A Deadly Medicine. Public opinion of November 21 states that the evidence given before a recent inquest at Manchester, deserves atten-<*> tion, as proving the great danger ! tending the line cf certain drugs that ] ! have come into fashion durincr late I rears. A man n.iimr.l Alfn-rl Hohau j headache, vras rccr>mni(riu!.".J by :: friend '?, to try iivclratc of chloral as a reiu'jdv. ! FoUowJny tliis fo<-lish advieo, l.c >unt ; j i~"r*u fi-oz. bottle of thg compound on : j .Momiay, autl within twenty-four iiours j ! ):<_? \7:>.a" found d.-ad. Acconiing f.j the'; i medi-ni evid.-nce, the :u:i;iV death %vaa ; j .".giicoiie ci:rdl:'.. proJiieed by the action ; J. of ihe hydrate on a weaic iioart. TJic , j doctor who tjave tliis statement also : ! sutied that hydrate of chltsnii is v-r- : . i i;u!e ii::ii<::-st..i"r.l eve;: i,y tp.,;dic;J men,. j lii '\_ c "' general of knowledge re j gj.rding- the po-vor of the medicine -.v.t:; : I...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

The Singleton Argus. "Sworn to no Master; or no sect am I." "Be just, and fear not let all the errors thou aim'st at ne thy country's thy god's and tritil's."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

?^g^v?-rL?S.'h-^ :: .. ''.'.' S; 'Si ">?'?' ""'^ ???--?? ..r-: :, :- X-lUUZM Cor ; ls j-er i .. ' l^. over .'.'.;r Ir.iaart 1.: distinctly cn<len*oo<l, tta... i:n?-.- ( couatnTr.jnr.isl, ?&Tereia(M3imi? "*' l - ljc CWl '- !:ui ' '? : ' : - c: -*- r v"'" a u<r a.. Uu;nSn?lreJ*. A<lvorti*a:?ljti;,?N>>'.i!u!i.iTOthciicoil?.T JSrtie>pncnJ?tinKAd7rrt=.-rni>-r.S;!c.r Priutiur 03 po6i£ yuiposc. will i* hcj: trmoiiar.y r,--po:?il.k for tie uisw. . .. cjrok~ToN Ar.Clt'S. *;:J UPTTiIt Trrs^Er , GEN'i;!?..'-t ADVOCATE:," ;rail??lttcJ SiwJii?c? , a!'"rt>?'">cit;o<i to ull l>??i uf this and tie cCToadir.s cfctrieLj.i-; wli sw to iTOTl?rt o£ tlic THO-.li& IT- BOVCE r.ni TI. PINCIIUT r?>pcc£ fuUr ir-'.ux Uicir rricinXr. ami the General Pnbiic this ther njr- j>rcpnrwl t*> execute In uU ;U brit?rrbjt:v, with thi; ndat "'L--c;-2^: ; cr aw sizt: akd colooh Kotc ami Ilcccipt Books,. licccf-fil i" ? s...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

Local and General News. OMISSIONS. — In consequence of the lengthened report of the Northern Agricul-<*> tural Association, we are compelled to hold over Murrurundi correspondence, Random TiiE Weathkb.—We have, we regret to say, to reiterate the remarks made on this subject, ia the three or four past issues, with the addition that fresh characteristics have marked the" weather, indicating a severe I drought. It is a well-known fact that the prevalence of whirlwinds, and chilliness of a night, axe almost unfailing signs of a pro longed continuance of excessive heat, and an equally prolonged; absence of rain. We have had these characteristics during the week, and-only hope that they may belie themselves for-once, at any rate, since last publication, the heat has been so great as to debilitate persons who usually enjoy very fair- health; much sickness has also been caused to,children and to people of weakly .frames and constitutions. The grass is getting shorter and thinn...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. 1875. Northern Agricultural Association. The Report and Balance-sheet read at the Annual Meeting of this Association last Wednesday, prove the members to be men of progressive ideas, capacious understandings, and inflexible resolu tions, and that they have a* special taste for Pastoral and Agricultural interests." It is no doubt to this special taste that the Association is indebted, not a little, for its present cxpansuvcuess, exalted position, and superior power for pro moting the rearing of stock of the real blue blood, — of, as a matter of fact, the highest standard. There is no doubt that tlie exigencies of the past twelve or fifteen years, have lent a powerful aid to the inauguration of pastoral and agricultural associations. The people becoming surfeited with the easiness of a jog-trot life, and with tho'. indifference they had shown for every project that' would administer to the common weal, that might have been submitted to them were naturally led to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 January 1875

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