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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Official Correspondence. Your most Obedient servant, HARRIE WOOD, Under Secretary W. C. Browne, Esq., 28, Park Road. WE have receive from Mr. W. C. Browne, the following letters for publi-<*> cation:- ..[: a ; ' . ?-, i'? ;, ir ' T ,,- , .jWn"Jr3f'li##"*flW, '?" " -Rijrj—With rcfe'renfco tpVpetiJlon .presented-, ''by'you frora 'certain' itibnbijnivti Of' C'rimber wellj?ridgma'hi; ? o .ilJ l all)r6<)kii.Oft,rr(>w Brook,: and vlcinitios prpt' testing ng^inst.vthpjjopeniiig.of. .iy, ,*r,^au."to ,: connect the roSd.rrdrh tbp Faibrodk-j-cia ;Oak ' ? 'Parkf'-tiJ thu'Voad .n't ', the .'jertst(irn cornfcii'of "arid sug gfistiug, thui-ppningof -s-rrotid on the northern ; (iKmridary-lino of the.Dulwich'fSstjUe,.fnlfen ..fhcfedfi.l* Have the honor to Shf.o'rm.you that ' -'tha'plarijiif the road to is now .under, i;>'eSa'mioiitidn- ; .'arid"will -be i rdady!'.fdr pre-. Hmjupry. notification abdrtly,'..aiid;the'!dbjec tior^pfjt]rie, i petirtiopei;a a wil'.,be conpi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE SELECTORS AND LAND SHARKS (In the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

FREE SELECTORS AND LAND SHARKS (In the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I remain, Sir, yours respectfully, C. Goorangoola, December 6, 1880, DEAR SIR,- With your kind permission I will make a few comments on the gross anomaly and present mal-administration of our Lund [?] My motive for doing so is, first—to-.flcf tbO;itfublfc'.'kU6w of (j'rfleanfdOdEes.r.that ate-resorted toifor'tljp ? purpose, :of, acquiring dam} J td'call, thb attention, of four law makers to 1 "tlidiirgcht necessity thatfesists' for reforming' somo ofthibctaUses in ihe Land'ilet; scV-asto ? prelude Jtbfl laud?!.shark from'acquiring tho ,Crowin laud's pf,the colony, .at",thp, injury of 'his'neighbour, and thereby pipvcjnt,a.dbfil of injustice and ill-feoling unjbng thb' c free, u^lectors'generaliy.'? ? *' ; -? - *" :! -' : '*: '-, tT ! '.'",' ~.,But perhaps, you are, inclined,, to ,''" What do you; mean.by land.sbark? ?fi,.And' what kind, of'alteration .would, you, have '? Us. ?mako in th'oMand'law? Or what form;er...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murder near Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Murder near Bathurst. Echo. Bathurst, Wednesday. With reference to the case of the dead body of a woman name unknown hav-<*> ing been found in a wheat paddock, situated on i ikoToad from lluglau to ?Butliursfc; it ie thought nowfco bo pretty certain that the unfortunate woman was 'murdered,, after first being .ravished.' ?It waa intouded to hold nu inquest upon tlio remains this morning, ' and iho coroner procoeded out to "Itnglanifor that purppso, having previously summoned a jury. Dr. Cor tin made a careful examin ation of tho. body, and gavo -it as ;a, ? (locidod opinion tliat the wouian had beenstraujjledaud ravished. A. lotter .was fouuel on the body,, addressed to V. fciiater vConsaque, ? tho Convent of , Mercy,'Batlmrst," aud'waa signed Mary Hldkey aiid,:",.dated 29tli 4 November.. Ono or. two .otherr aniclus iwere.nlao. found" near; the :.body, from which tiie police; hbpiJ'tb bbtaiii some cine (is to the ' giiiliy'" psir'tiea.. ' lr^. view of' coroner decided ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ROAD FROM WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

NEW ROAD FROM WOLLOMBI. Your obebient servant, HARRIE WOOD, Under Secretary. W. C. Browne, Esq,. 28, Park Raod. Deparment of Mines, Sydney, 30th November, 1880. Sir,-With reference to the patition pre-<*> sented by you on belialf of certain residents ??t',)yqllijmhii :Millfipld :and. Ellalongifdr the : 'Burvey,pfja road the present.road where . 11 crosses the th'e'iytdlombi. ?' r&ad, >; 'l !; a'rri 'direeted;')iy;'the'Secretary 'for, :Mineft to inform lybu' that tho'petitioners'.' , jeqiiQst.canoQt be-compliedlwith unless tho : persons Interested,. uudiirtak>a .jtq'pay; cost df i 'fencing.to,Mi-. Crawford,'or induce *jii<n to withdrriw'riiSobjcotidri'.' "?' J -'-l''" ' V : * . :.", ,„,...,,.;' Jihavo the-bonur to-bpj Sir, n.fT : '

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ink Spills. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Ink Spills. THE fourth match this season for the Waddy Chadlenge cup takes place to lay on the local ground, between the Singleton eleven and an eleven of the [?] of West Mnitlaod.- Aftor this there willstlll be tTeven; moro to be played before.;, tjip .trophy ; is : ; finally won; ~,..-,. '..-;'''" '-A-'' TiiE?E'wb're'no conditional purchases'maila. : .''ai'ihb'liimds Oflko onThursday l!ijt. l;> , ; '; 'Mlts'.'Ki-MiiiKi.AX, wife of Mr.'John Kerri (?an, of llie'iiiiyai'E-Jtclinngo Hotel, Gcorgo , street; re ports tlie loss of several pounds on the night of WciduesrlaJ last. Tho money is, belijsvml to havo been stolen. A theft pf, ftliieoi,'{ir..notc?, at tho iosidence,ofMr. J.; "Christian, of John-street, is also reported as' baring taken placo rouontly. Tho polico were informed of, both'losses. Yesterday,' during a process of clearing, up nt tho '..Singleton]'Court-houso, an old packet of dbcumenta"was 'found containing n number of, 1 tickct-of-loave voucher's for" tho 'years' 1...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1880. The Real culprits. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1880. The Real culprits. WITH alarming frequency accoums have [?] reached Sydney of horrible mas-<*> sacres in the Solomon Islands, and at last official he has been roused. A Sritialii wnr-ship has -been despatched . iithsr fur tho ostensible purpose of dfsoovoring nnd punishing tho murderers <Sft?ie. Sandfly sailors. .Thb old system of vgjtgeonco will bo resorfod to, and tho linn "Want killed for tho ?akc-of tho ' guilty. Jt is easy to cry out for retri bution on tbo naked savago* fffllPU he jOgviiis.tlio bipod of tho sacred white inaii.- MjsTmy eaay*, n?d it is invariably done .whW.tht. etory of these barbarous but- j , rages roadum ouf enrf, Wo do well to l-be it (n?gryjr.*'*d '.protest -against; r Buc ij v'Weriby 'roprofwrttatrgre? of our race fall ing A p*rey.,to,thci.Bp?ar < *qrj tho kiiifq.t t|d tbe tanwkawk pf dw savage, mi of > r —V;..-,.; a.-,'V'' ''-. : -. :?? conrso we cry ont loudly for...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MYSTERY OF A MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

THE MYSTERY OF A MURDER. American Papers. "THE sentence of the court is that you be removed to the City Prison, and there con-<*> fined until Friday, the 23rd of September, on which day, betweeen the hours of 9 a.m. end 13 a.m., yon be hanged by the" neck until you ara dead. And may God have moroy on your soul!" .' .A-" f -;?. I, John Rawson, in Iho flush of early man hood, was tha lackUim wretch who stood ln tho prisoner's box that day, a convicted murderer—stood there to,hear the sentence of death pronounced, upon mc. And yet I was as innocent of the awful crime of which. I had been convicted as.; iho white-haired judge himself. Let mo briefly narrate the remarkable story of my innooonea. A My acquaintance with Balph?ranoh began byohanoa in a cosy liitla obop-honss wharel uaod to tako my dinners. : Like myself; Branch was a Bohemian of the modern, .type,; differing only in the matter of vocation. He was an actor, while I earned my bread in tbo byways f of literature ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Correspondence. All letters must be signed by authors. We object to libels. personalities abuse, and [?] Paper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to [?]and side of 'WiKeift' l Our 'd(l.,'bup' <ye aro not responsiblefor onrcorriip'ondentli'^ !.?,'."?'* r.i'.'iii' >

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Novelist. IN THE FOLDS OF THE SERPENT. CHAPTER IX.—(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. The means to do ill deeds make ill deeds done." "Well, yes worship, I'd taken me own say, an I thought I'd go over and make a pot for the ould man, as I always do. He liked a cup of say when he woke up from his dinnkaa slope. It was beautiful moonlight —an' I thought I never saw so lino a night —eh, maither 1" Ibis was called forth by another vivid flsih ot lightning and- a roar of thunder, whioh arced everyone in tbo " court." ""Well," resumed Mrs. O'Brion, after she had got over the fright, " whin I wint in the place was iv darkness, and I harked my shin over his three-legged stool, and couldn't lay a honlt o' the matches fox-somo tioie. 0 Lord I if I'd known thoro was a d<s?d body there all the timo, and maybe a sn...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robbery at Mr. Meyn's. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Robbery at Mr. Meyn's. EARLY on Friday morning a cash-box, con-<*> taiuing three cheques, two one- pound notes, some half sovereigns, and a little silver be-<*> sides bank receipts. pass- book, and [?]dry documents, was abstracted from rt'Vfjaivis'r in; the iiedrnom cf Mr. V". -Meyn,' : Cf "wbVi'r-'; flircet. .No.-clue limi been fonif'l ni to svim committed the robbery, hor, iniTicrl, m to ?how the thief entered or Jeft tlippreniia^j?;.. ??ln'ForrnVition'wiris'-Tri'rch- tcvtbc'liollc-.rri'mmfl-'. ,ili?lc!y on tho robbery havim* licren.. ; iii*-' 'covered,-and Sciiloi-scrpcnnt Wcbfi was oh tbe spot shortly nfter four o'clock, but after frankiopr, nseiircliing examination of-till flio"; ;possible,mentis.of-fijgi-'ess niv.i'n.. forrriniioh cir-'clubcbqld ,bb, qhtained-.-; Tho isitikfy'U ! ii" < tbo pvlrleotly 'onrj (ivhos._-'".'f t'SiirbtiifliTy ; .intidcf?tah}l?".!hjs..-!nofaripbs'i.'6?sS?eS9J , 'Wieir doors wcteall Inqkejlibcfort- tliq ?c~ tired...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Science. CHANGING THE COLOUR OF FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

Science. CHANGING THE COLOUR OF FLOWERS. Chemical Gazclta. THE natural colour of flowers may be altered, according to C. Puscher, by ex-<*> posing them to the diluted fumes of ammonia Most of the blue, violet, and light crimson flowers turn to a splendid bright groen. . Bark crimson clovo pinks ' turn black, other dark red flowors turn dark violet, all white flowers- turn julphur yellow. Thia change of color is eapocially j beautiful when tho flowers aro variegated or tho singlo petals, possess a didcront colour. Ab noon as tho now colour is fully devclopod, tho flowers must bo dipped at onco in cold water, whon thoy will keep thoir now shade for two to six hours j by degrees then thoir natural colour returns. If flowers bo exposed to tho vapours of ammonia for ono or two hours thoy turn a dirty chamois, whioh is permanent. Blue, violofc, and red asters are dyed %r turned' intonso rod whon they aro exposed to the fumea of muriatic acid gas; it takes from two or four ho...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBITS. ASSAM AND INDIAN TEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

VICTORIAN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880. REPRESENTATIVE EXHIBITS. ASSAM AND INDIAN TEAS. (By our Special Reporter.) ENGLISH People are great tea-drinkers. more so than any other nation, except, perhaps, the Russians the French Italian, and Levantine countries consuming coffee. > cocoa and wing;'". Germany, boar. Of all ] English people, Australians, and partionlarly I i Viotorian?, aro vory heavy drinkers of tea, I jand this ia oa'ily scon by tha imports. In i Viotoria, tho import of tea in 1878 amounted . to the value ol iC-10,030, while that of coffco ' . -was only £03,122, and in tho other ooloniea tho Santo proportion 'occurs. Australia, . thoroforoj has naturally attracted tho* attention bf tea producing countries as a markot. Our' supplies have been hithertq drawn . almost exclusiycly from China, and,- as the world's supply, to a great extent, camo irom that empire, it waa nitnrallft to bo supposod that a good ortiolo could not always ? bo Buppliad. Indeed, writers' toll n...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INDESTRUCTIBILITY OF MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

THE INDESTRUCTIBILITY OF MATTER. THIS is capable of ready demonstration by preparing a couple of glass tubes of equal weight, each being filled with pure oxygen, and containing a few particles of Carbon, frco from appreciable amount of ash; that prepared from the fine loaf augur givca very good rosulfcs. Tha tubos aro of precisely equal "weight, and aro hormotioally sealed. By heating ono of thorn tha oharooal is caused to burn, nnd ultimately to disappear; tho tube and contents, however, is.'oE course, found otill to balance the othor tubo (whioh has not been heated), bolng of precisely tho aamo weight aa it wns at first. <

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DR. UNGER'S CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

DR. UNGER'S CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS. THE claims of Dr. Unger, for a remedy for curing intemperance, would seem to be justified, if we may rely upon as good authority as the Chicago Tribune off the evidonco. Mr. Joseph Medhill, tho oditor, is said to be a strong indorser of the now remedy, and from the editorial commen dations of it in tho oolum'ns of tho Tribune, wo concludo tho remedy has produced somo benefit to the community already. Ifc ia claimed that the doctor has cured 23,000 persons of tho worafc form of intompcranco with ifc, and that this is the first romody ovor discovered that kills tha discaeo and the inclination to drink 'at one and tho Eaino timo. llemcdii.— Tako ono pound of host, fresh, quill red Peruvian bark, powder it, aud soak ifc in ono pint of diluted alcohol. After ward strain nnd ovaporato it down to half a pint. Directions for ita use: Dose—a tea- ; spoonful overy threo houra the first nud ] second'day, aud occasionally moisten the toneuo "between tho doses. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 11 December 1880

BIRTH. AT her residence "Stanhope," Moore Park Road, on Sunday, November 28th, Mrs. W. C. BROWNE of a SON.       Marriage.                 COUSINS. — EATHER. — At St. Alban's Church, Muswellbrook, by the Revd. Canon White, ALEXANDER MUNRO,     eldest son of the late Walter Cousins of Narrabri, to MATILDA SARAH, third   daughter of Chas. Eather, of Muswell-brook. DEATH.   KIRKE. — December 1, at Ross-street, Cam- perdown, in his 68th year, THEOPHILUS   KIRKE, late of Goulburn and Yass.    

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. MESSRS, BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. Stations.—Business had not been market by any material change, and although capitalists are seeking ments for large sums, sales aro not fre quent, ami negotiators evince an unnsnal degreeVf,,chnrjnes? in concluding tran sactions. ' Fat Cattle.—Tlie supply consisted of cattlo ranging from medium to primo quality, and tlip number having been fairly apportioned to tbo demand com petition proved-moro nclivo and assisted us tol clear the whole of onr consign merit*, at prices denoting' a alight impifoveinent 'upon last week's quota tions. Quotations : Prime quality, lis to 12s per 100 lbs. ;'? medium at lower rates. Pat * Sheep.—-The unusually heavy nitpplyjof sheep reaching Sydney by rail has reduced prices to boiling values, and has so far affected this .market as to limit tjie demand tci local consumption ; sales oro consequently, inanimate, yet wo . have succeeded in working off the bulk of our e...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

Commercial Intelligence. . SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. 'A \ hl J '? ( ! * ?? *' *?? d - Maite(aoW")j)crbua. -0 2 ,0 to 0 2 2 Cape Barley „ o 2 2 , 0 2 4 English Barley „ 0 3 0 „ 0 3 (1 Oat* ; ... „ 0 2 0 „ 0 8 0 Bran „ 0 I 0 „ 0 1 2 Pottiid'... -,..*?„- 0 1 0 „ 0 I 2 Adelaide Wbijat „ * 0 r, 0 „ 0 6 C Colon!*! Wheat „, 0 3 9 „ 0 4 0 Flottrv *uper„perton 12. 0 0 „ l.'l 0 0 Houri Kscojnda '„, 11 0 0 „ 12 0 0 lAOfjne %*y',.. ',. i ir, o „ 2 o o i. Oa'SnHay ... „ 2 10 0 ,. 3 0 0 Ibtatooa... ... i„ . a o o „ 2 io o Talldw ... .iA„ !, J4 <> ? „ 1? o 0 Batter ... per lb, 0 0 1 „ 0 0 r, Cheese , 0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 Bacon 0 0 4 „ 0 0 4) lord . .., -, „ ! -,0, 0 4 „ 0 0 4", -Honey';..' .'.. „ " 0 <> 24 „ 0 0 :i Beeswax , 0 0 4 „ 0 0 G ooi:*ToKwijo-;iig „'"" "o- iii, oi o I Ditto, leaf ... ,, 0 0 0 ?„' 0 0 8 ! Bonehajr. ... ? .0 0 8 „ o 0 10 HBoWWavy...' „ ' 0 0 - 2J „ 0 0 3 ? Hidea, light... , 0 0 :1J „ 0 0 2 Calve* ... ... „ 0 10 0 „ 0 12 C Call-akin* ... ., 0 l n ., 0 1 ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

~ rf A .'-.WANTED-. cie i -- t ?Trent * "- ALL SAINTS' OHUROH, SING-L-ETOK-' DUTIES TO COMMENCE FROM Ist . " JANUARY, 1881. Applications' w-iii bo received (in writing} by the CHURCHWARDENS, newborn, or ??>* tNCUMItENT, full par, ..jtata at to c}nti>B, Fnlnry. &c, may. bo ob- U? ">- lDslant ' nECKV?EU ' tll * 2 r HEBKI'.Y OFFER THE ABOVE RE- I WARD for information and conviction .Mho MEAN THIEF OU THIEVES who, , the mglit of WEDNESDAY, tho Bth lVccmbcv 1880,- felfnion?'y-cnterrd my mii-cc nuH Ktoln thernfrom a FOltl'l wiIKBL OFF MY BUGGY, nnd otherwisft DAMAfIBDTHR VEIIICLi:. Ono Pound will be pad returning tbe wheol nmnjured. . . nQm^Y . nrcte, '131b -Dec., '1880. p REWARD. I OST OB STOLEN- a BHOWN MARE, \j branded JM near 6bouldcr. Tho B iboTii reward will be paid on delivery at Arclierficld. .' . ? - , ? THE Undauigned will pay tbo above lieward to ANY PEIIKON Who will nro him informntion fsccrct or otheiwise), thich will LEAD TO THK CONVICTION ol nnvorie guilty ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

; :ABiys'|f|:g: WsMsssAaA.?;AA' : : ,; ' A4s*' ? { '" ;; ' x "'?'' ??*'?' ||||||;:'AWfrH'ouit art ?? JgIMjESDAY, EEC. 22,1890, ? !'? . to ,** WSfxMfdoPAofi illustrated BUPPLEMT. Ss%K?!feiM''f?r!fM ; f<J ' l f?||X3Kswi)'i>contain 28 columns of mtcr- matter, written by AfWffjs- tplo writers, and ;^|'Af: t;^iv4ii^?t?r>Jisnfby Mosstb. ABhlcm i>ml §Kp^?ii ; rtho havo gamed 'con- in thosistpr colony, 'Ailg^c^iftjjfSandwo sincerely tru?t it mny renders. AAA- i,"WsT<tr:f ;!''?!';.?*' <_ lllf: * AAAwhfflvrti!o< in ,ii? si'lutlks diflrtl''tl?y Hi niiy Xi ?stiAM. ;S&^^ ! 'tfKMilllL"C CIIKKTMAS V\Y' — fJA'hotJs OLAinii* Illuifrntcd by ?JibIIv?ABHTOK f on lntrVYlS') S"' : fAi*HfCptt>K''rillV BONAI/D OAMEIIOHj AntGNTDIIL'' By ''A:ffAfj f VATIOIIAN' LOST AND 'SA'AAtAiMQMMn: CHIU&IMAS D v vv-bj ?.'.' ; V-^>' *'"-i ' BJJIIANGK hTOfll"—Bv "TnAMC 'MokLEir: lllUBtrnttetby J Cciins. ( f s ;fffi?'liB i uusKc,"-By g..a. - ) , , ' ....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Other Side. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 15 December 1880

The Other Side. WE recently qunted a notice of a cele-<*> brated lady whose character was viewed from one stand-point. Since then we have clipped another which shows luur-li nobler picture. Sell-sricrificn U .iv infallible test ot tiue nffeciion. An American paper says:—" Tbo iidtigo ' truth is btranger than fiction' is fur cibly exemplified in the romantic life and death of Adelaide Ncikon. As a fitting finale to hor remarkable cirr-crnf" brilliant professional triii i phs ami' calamitous fate, it is now stated thnt tlm uayal oflicer who claimed ber're mnins nt the morguo nnd gave tliuin Christian buiial in England, win hor diHconsolato Miitor, Ilcar-Aduiirnl Qljn, C. 13., to whom, rumour says, alio bequeathed the gicater portion of her property, amounting to 200,01)0 dollars, 110 was willing to bravo the ilisplensiira of his intimate friend, the Prince cf W.ibs, if Miss Neilson would consent to the proffered marriage, which bis Itoyal Ilighnobs interdicted. Hut tlio ...

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