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A Desperate Struggle. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

A Desperate Struggle; The Ottawa Citizen of the 20th ult,, says:—Some "days ago it was announced that Mr. John Connolly, who was at oho tima" employed onthe Laohine Canal, at Mr; D&vis'aaeotion, bad been killed, by Mexicans. Tha accounta of the affair iwhich are to'hand show'that Mr.fConi, nollyi^mwi'^^ ;>AmerioaM.!\:;:^t ; i ''seemr that ; Messrs;. Arnold and Stephen had entered into a contract with tho Trojes Mining and. Bmeltiag Companyof England, whose mines were located at Angongeo, in the State of Micbigany /Mexico, a mining settlement;rabonts 110 milcb across . the, mpnntairis,, westward from the city' of Mtaaoo^- .'.. They were to tunnel the;, mine, .and worked .harmo nipu?ly cnpugh<,with pvoryone forafew: ;weckp.; TheyiyWere then- aakpd< to .'go oyer to Senor ; Spte Mayerte mine; ashbrt distance; away, to undertake.:a< similar tunnel there. Horb;wora mot first un friendly -greetings,;; and soon after the fact dawned upon; thocontr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LANCASTER'S CREEK BRIDGE. Department of Public Works. Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads. Sydney, 17th July. 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

LANCASTER'S CREEK BRIDGE., Department of Pubho Works, i > Offico of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, 17th July, 1880. 1 have the honor to be, su-, ,, , Your obedient servant, William 0. Bennett, Commissioner and Engineer for Roads. W. 0, Browno, Esq., M.P., Sydney. i ?' ' 'Sir,—Jteferring ! to the : ' 'representations made by yon at this office of. pnblio >safety! .being . endangered ?,; at Lancaster's Creek' Bridge by debris, &c.,, left by tha contractor,' I* have the honor to inform 'yoir that 'tnei local" officer reports is that/he' of the :kind .when at; tho: bridge after <its comp letion, and .that he asked i £wp, persons who were'over it last weekj and they saw noth-i ing to endanger public safety. He* state's,' ' however,'thatho Will visit -it himself asisooni /as.possible.) <? ..;.-, ;>/,?! ,y : .x ,??, !f.;/ :; ;v?w i

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Romance of a Shoe. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

The Romance of a Shoe, I Art nranairig story ? propos of a [ lady's, shoe is i'told in. lie Sport. As .the'.wife of one! of: the leading' French politicians was ascending the steps of the Madeleine the other day,'tobeipresent nt amarriage "which was about;to be colobrated there, a gentleman walking behind bor, who noticed that her" chdiusuro ' seemed to cause her gome1 discomfort, whispered to afriond, ?' Ypn soe.'.Uio cpneeiiuencofl of; putting a largo foot in. a amall ehpe." ? The ladyV ears were quick, and she oreribWrd the remark.' A few, houru lster the unlucky critic received a parcel containing a black eatin shoe that might almost put Cindrolla'e to shame. 'Affixed; to the shoe by a pin was a slip of paper, bearing the ensuing truly feminine re tort :—" This, air, is the shoe in whioh; the large foot, which lately caused you. some amusement, would bavo, been quite at its ease hud not on awkward indi vidual trodden on.it as it was descend ing from a carriage. If you can find i...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Official Correspondence. ' — - r r — —-—? *?* *? 1—-J ?...* ibpuiv, J have the honor to be, sir, Yonr moat obedient servant, W. WlLKENg, , Under-Secretary. W. C. Browne, Esq., M.L.A., ' ' ' Legislative Assembly Chambers! j > Tiie following correspondence affords yet anpther proof of the ever-readiness of Mr. W. C. Browne, M.L.A., to further the interests of his electorate. It l?'eafe to say tbati ac ia local i Mr.;; Brpwne; ri has mo ;superior,l sin; a the =iPP? l f??,?f'..-h|e.iiae:ente(lnalr: : TTr;on yv.il! i. urvEUBLIOIaOHGOL/iOBOS'S OBBBK. I oEdiication'bffice,'^^'-- , :^-'': '.\ i , —. -Sydney,il6th 3"uiyiVlBB6.v | Sir,—l om directed.,to.acquaint you that Mr. J. Adame , letter, dtited the 12th instant' ; CtteneferrediJby :) you">tol; tlus'i. ; Department)j pointing out the wantot v a fiohool at',Croes Creek, : near-Slrigliston; has , been' referred to the proper offlcerfor inquiry and report, ' j ii-il have the honor to be; siriti :?'.?..!!-?;! ;:n'; i

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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An After Dinner Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

An After Dinner Speech. We quote from Trjith the following hu morous remarks on tho Chairman's address at 'JLho recent fasti vol of tho I Roval Literary Fond:—Mr. Millais be- gan very woll jndoed, with iaJhumorous. exordium,.dwellingpn the' diffidbnee with which ho has entered upon..his taslc Ho went, , on; for.i abbut : fivolininntes.-'in-'a! ringing voice and in'conhcotcd sontonoes; ? ;whon -, ,tp my; horror and:, astonishmon t, Jbe Suddenly arid al broke down, and stood; for aY; painful period n? mute as a stockfish, Then heprbdaced frbriij bonoeth bis napkin a portentous roll of manuscript, and, aftor coneulting it ifbr some little;time, wbon= on l again " with' out book,", and ; for five minntoemoro Bpokp ovon bettor than beforo about' tho vicissitudes of arid tho strong sympathy which in all times bad existod betwedn nuthore and artists. ; Thou sud denly, again to my horror but no longer to my iistouiahmbnt, lie broke down Cor tho second time. Vox jaucibu-i limit. Mr. Millats ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Show Pavilion. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

'The' ; .Ne,WlShow Pavilion.:.:} TuE.rondors of:last..Saturday's \ .Sydney Mail, had :th'e, ; advantoge of ..seeing a' tolerably correct, illustration (drawn by i 'Mri.' i \V..,M v L'eo,di; of 't|ioNew .Pavilion; erected, by ,the ; , Northern ,ABsopjn'tioD, / ''.o / n ?the" Singleton Show .Gfrpund,,"' '!,''.>..??"'?,','<"''.?,',', V.' , ';.V ?.-'??:?.-* '? ;.; ,|The, general lonterpri?O, djspiayeil, by ' tlio. Association is attracting .coueidor ablo attention all overdo country, and: applicationji hare bqen, received from Be- : vera! kindred. associatione for the. loan of plans'and stetaho? of .ibgeyjW^^flhow^grbundyflrrnngotoenU. 1 Tho Intent, addition has cost a largo, but, at the Bame. tinio',- not. an pxce'fl?ive, eutn of money. . A,pprtibn of this has already been ..sijbaariVod', jjnt, q' largo prbpbr.tibn ?yet rcmaine to bo pnmdod for.; jVVh'on 'e.6 much-ie ,being ; dpiie to bring the town ; and district under the.- , noticb of tho wholo colony—in Bhort, to adve...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British and Foreign Mems. (From our awn Files.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

British and Foreign Mems. (.From our men. tiles,) As an instance of the esteem in which Professor Fawcett. is held in Iridia, it rnhy bo mentioned that about £1000 was subscribed in that country towards his election expenses, ', ~ ' Compulsory retirement at tho age of '60 is to be enforced in tho reorganiza tion of certain branches,of tho British iCivil; Service. ' ; .English juries are sometimes liable to hiako a bull 'as well as their Irish bro thers.: On, a recent trial, where a rail-* way porter was, obargod with stealing, a Balmpn which' had dropped upon the platform from a parcel, the jury brought in a..verdict that "ho did; not steal it; ,'but'look'it intention of making it;hiaown property." .'.??'; ', Thb,Torb?VoG?bi(jropprts that a Mrs, Toropletbn, of Marlborough; was safely delivered of triplots. a few days ago. Tboy are all boys, weighed fivo pounds each at birth, and aro ro-i markably lively youngsters. , Thpy arb all bo much.alikb, that tho mother can't tell from anothe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Temora Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

The Temora Goldfield- Thsbb is now no doubt that a vory ex tsniivo and vatualde goldfield has been diicovercd at Teinora, one that reminds u of tlw early finding of gold at places whjph'have stype become,of ; ; tf prld-widei notoriety.: i prove to be,'nP one can .tell ;ahy: .moiaj 'thani fie prospeptorfl could,'in .the days ?sm -they firsVobtained; the, colour .at; Web?ttarikno^^^ jtion of -whicli fy very, well accords.; Temorais sitiated abopt 10; miles frpnij ";Cpptamundra J , v a'nd ,alrea,dy T , the rtitpre; Cpb)t?,.and Co. run, a, 4.0J 'jjasieDge^P o w?V?%Ps>s* .riewj nib, and sometimes a Becondbne, eypryj day, the morning,. ' cu'gging?. vabpnt i 4 u.ra.. The ia,but f ss„and f thbre is;, a capital-halting. ph>ce at Betievue, abjrat half the distance;, quantity/ of good refreshments sirejto he obtained at .Gowanls restnrant. ! ,- i Alsp i ,a epoch; mis three times weeWyfrpm,,Wngga.| ?A great many .footi,passengers; ;nnd| others. on horsebackv arrive daily, ...and j about. ...

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The Poet's Corner. THE CHILDREN. [Poem found in the desk of Charles Dickens after his death.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

& j ? ?': ????& M ?j*^^*M^'^VV%-''. ;;: '' ? And the ischcoHor ttartUr w dismissed,-. 0 the H?lo whit* anna j Mr neck in ?tender embrace I 0 the writes that are halos of heaven, Shedding wmaMne'BaAlove mwj laoe 1 ( ._ j w hen they are gone, I sit dreaming , ' Of ?ychUdW,to?lovely,tolail ii( t nf love that my bewt will remember" WeVitwaki* td the pah* of the past, Em the world and ita wickedrjew made ?p I A partner <-f, sorrow and aio- j tvhrn tbe blo,j J God was about mc, , iWe glory of gladness within. , 0 ny heart grows weak as a "oman'p, Aid the fountain, of feeling will flow, . When I think of, the path afrep and atony, i Where tbe feet of the dear ones must go j Of "ho mountains of ?n Tianging ocr them, Of the tempests of fate blowing wild— > 0 there's nothing on cart] 1 naif so holy tAa the innocent heart of a child. | They are idols of hearts and of households, They eraongelsof God in diaguiae- Hlfl autilmht Still sleeps in their tresses, His dor...

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Political Crisis in Victoria. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

, Political Crisis in Victoria^ Melbourne, Wednesday T -Telegraph. ' A caucus of Opposition members was bold at Parlian; u t House this after* noon; Mr. Hurry in the chair. 38 members were present. Several country -f ppresentatiTes ward" onnble to; atteadi '^S } 'was ; &lso' ; rjrosiritl /word mainly conversa tional in'cto yli'vras decided' to ! me'mh'er'a nro sworn in and the Speaker elected, /.'tho loader of the Oppositionwillinttrrbgato tho/Premier ,as to ? whether* tbo 'result of the -late gehbfal 'election' has beon|brouglit nnrlor 'his 'notice.' '"'tJnless"W ',' satisfactory answer is obtained, a motion will be submitted -to "adjourn -the Houso til} FridayfiiightiijWhen .it is prbpb&ed tb table a vote of-want of confidence. The 'Government ; purposei if possible,'' ad 4 jonriang the Hbuae day,'when'the Gevernoristb deliver his speech, alloTnnJ?f the addrcesin reply-to be morod in the' usual ibrm r ,'when tnd Opposition can tablo'an -amendment. Thus somt Weeks' ...

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The Official Reason Why. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

The Official Beaton' Whyl; j Rej'obts from Supenntchdent Hare and Superintendent Sadlier relative ?.>toi , itbej destruction of the Kelly gang have'Csays: the idra'tu)(beatii received; by.-the Chief! Seorbtary?!,:iWHh:iegardiito> the nohJ rushing, of thd buildings Superintendent Badlteri say? We- had ascertained! from the oscaped prisoners : that'thoj itwo autlawa, Dan Kelly and Hart,- were stijl aliTO,;and that Byrne/was .dead. :Theser.two survivors were ?? oh iseveral times toi?urrehdei 1 , and on their) ifailing toudo so several of '.the'police! repeatedly appealed to:me to let, thorni rush ,tbe building;-This I wouldmot! -permit, for. various treasons,, chiefly that j .the party rushing; in could not bo sup-! ported.by those outside ; <that:-a lotigj narrow; passngei throngh :? the/.honsoihad to. ba- traversed before: tho outlaws— -, -.whoseinexact position in tho building' was not .known-r-could ibe ireachcd ;j that,they could-not bo knocked over, on I account ...

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H.M.S. Pinafore in Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

HjM.8; fthaforfein Singleto^ A' F^sifti6HA'BLk : -assemblage ?'? partially nlled'the'Mechanics'Instituteon Thurs day nighty on/the" occasion ? of the'perf formance of Arthur Sullivan's and Wi SL Gilbert's domic 'and -satirical" opera "H.M.B. /? There .would dou.btles? have ; been- ?. larger 'attendance had moro notice' ? beon" given." : The prices, tob, were of a dbamater unknown to- Singleton/ But a monient'e :; refleetipn will clearly show that the: oxponeee oon neotod wi).hi the: bringing;- to' Bingletbn of a company;.'composed' of'"nearly- twenty performers; including several command ing high - salaries, < ; must ibo eriormouej and can onlySbeiraet by;Tincrea?ed prides of admieeion..; Tho enterpriee of'Mftsiar'ei Kelly and Leon , in troneferiing sucK company toiipnr local > a greater Itban ! it?obtained,' ! on Thursday.' This'dper*-baan^ained -ani enormous popolarity?'cih': of the Atlantic,' as; well- as-in' Austrelf*. The. satire ie , i undoubtedly ? keen and :dee...

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The Benevolent Asylum. SPECIAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

\ The Benevolent Asylum. SPECIAL MEETINO OF Bl'BSCBIBEBs/ A VEity important meeting of sub scribers to the Singleton and Patrick's Plains Benevolent Asylum was held, in tho committee room of tho Mechoth'cs' Institute, on Thursday night. The attendance comprisod about half the members eligible to vote on the qnestion submitted. The business as stated in the circulars and advertisements was—" To consider tho deairability of placing tho building and land of tho Sooietj under offer to the Government as a Government Bono volent Aeylum." The President, Mr. J.C.B. M'Douall, J.P., Warden and fteturning Officer of tho district, occupied the cbair. Amongst other gentlemen present we noticed tho Eev. J. B. "VVbite, M.A., LL.D., and Rev. B. £. Shaw, 3.A., lir. R. Road (M.D.), Messrs. Alex. Munro, H. Munro (Mayor), A. J. Gould, J.W.W. Campbell, W. Walker, It. F. J?y, G. Newton, D. Morrison, G. Broomfield, and J. Keif, '&c. The greatest unanimity prevailed through out, and tho whole of th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMING LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

THE COMING LIGHT. ; j ???? "I am wlUin' to admit," LioUshioglo, ?' that MryEdison has .invented; a wonderful invention." " : , r -'Several'members'af the family arose and stnrtod toward Hie door. , , ? " 1 was well itwttre," continued grand father, without changing hia tone, "that ' some poisons resist any attempts at. enlightenment on soiehtifio topics, an' I thcroi'oro looked tUe door and put the key in my packut. Whon I wao a young man I wan ft gre.U hand for cxperimentin' ot odd thing an' another, an' apent about all my auifplu* wages in worMn , on a new light. I didn't idol amnu' witli eleotrioity, bnt wont right for tlie planets. The bud, moon, and stars, th? rest Bontco of all light and beat, was what yotu grandfather teeklod. ?' I will give you the results themselves, an' then yon will cod that Mr. Edison is a tolerably email specimen." .'. ; " Your light wasn't superior to the eleotrio light?" :'??-?. "Waflh't, eh?- My light was as mnoh aboad of Edinon'e as n&re is ...

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1880. A Popular Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

i ? i ?' , , '???? '"'' ' 8ATUKDAY, JTJM r . 24, 1880. it _ .;.._.__? :_. - :—:?- I - A Popular Proposal. ?" Tub mcmbors of tho Committee of tho ?' 'Singleton Benevolent Asylum and Hos >' pital are to be heartily congratulated on "-'tlioirgood sonse—in the first place, In i>f'adopting the suggestions of Mr. Rom-' ';X*b'6n respecting tho sele of their building the Government, and irrthe second, }''hyi Bubmitting Iho proposal to a special eabsenhors. ,Tbo roeult of thai';'meeting ie reported elsewhere. !;'?" Should the Government accept tho offer pa?—-which"we trust will Iβ as reasonable ?88 ie con?istent'with tho great cost o.f fclio v'BtructurerraHerioH? load will bo lifted .from off the Rhpnldore of the generous :"Wd charitably; 'dieposed section of the .this town end district. We' ||.do A not it a fitting timo to enti ,';'cisp f ' s tho. inistakca mndo in tho past, as J.'regards tho choico of eito, thesisso of tho :;'Qbnifting, or thp mixtnro of two oharitioe, , i'Bq .called...

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COURSTSHIP AND ITS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

COURTSHIP AND ITS RESULTS. ?News Letter. I There is suoh a thing as overdoing it. An instanoe in point will illustrate our mennitig. Mr. Booster is a wealthy Front street merchant. Ho id a widower, and is blessed in the possession of an only danghtor—a sweof maiden of seventeen summers, or thereabouts, with check* whose pink is waterproof, and whose blonde beau, catchers Bud switohen have their natural root in the cntiole enveloping hor olassio-shaped head. She is never guilty of fraudulent representations; that its, hardly—but we anticipate. Among her ??'mashes"—-and she counts them by dozens —is. Gus Prettyboy, a youth With seventy five dollars a month in an insurance offloe —an ulstsred, high-oollared, square-top hatted youSb, who depletes his monthly revenue with cigarettes that do not bite the tongue, at the diisporoto rate of n paok a day. Euphemia (such is the maiden's name), strange to say, loves the young man madly. Well, the other night Gas hadn't seen his girl for thirty-...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails FOR JULY, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

?——? ? ?? ' r" ] — 'Jime Table of Arrival and Departure of English 1 Mails' ' FOB J U LY, 1880. VIA BAN FRANCISCO. Leave Sydney, I Arrive London, 16th Jaly. I 31st Augu?t. Lci.vo London, I Arrive Sydney, JRK „., .20th May. I sth July. TIA MELBO'JBNE, OALLK Sc BMNDISI ' * .ieavo Sydney. I Arrive London, -" "Gib July, 21sf August, <ii >?*** 20th July. I Ith September. I - '?, .Leave London, | Arrive Sydney, 21st May. 2nd July, :'"*, ?h Jane, | 16th July. ? VIA BRISBANE, TORRES STRAITS, Leave Sydney, 1 Anive London, Oth July. I Ith September. "! r Leave London, I Arrivo Sydney, -? !'? > 21st May. | 12 th July, t'' " ' ' rl; .LETTER BATES 01' POSTAGE. '.VVJs'Ban Francisco, fid per half ounce. ,iifVU Melbourne and Briudisi, und Torres >, Btralta and Brindim, 8d per half ounco, ' ,' Kor Nowspopors- Via Knu V'rancinco, Id ' 'each, Vi? Molbouriie and Bntdiei, and ,-1 Torres Straits and linndisi, 2d for f> ounces -' *adldforeach additional 4 ouncesor fraction , \ there...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

<fep. . PLAimsa flours—Sowing wheat. f The road to Matrimony ia a bridal Math. : Teuth is a groater Btrangor than.flcftioa. ' Tna last thing a man wants to do Jjj to lU., I It is not easy to kneok the spots out Icf a . land that holds four aces. f I* jonr lamp is hoavy, a bit oi lobg, nolrrojr i?ppr will make a lamp lighter. 1 Society ia tho hardest bakod on its uivier :ruet. f Hens will soon bo laying out their *o;k lor spring. v . J \ It ia the man with tho rheumatism h' M . is every'inch a king. f Never Btriko a balance, unless it in fotiito imall. . f When a man is extra dry he ia nejijpj. So keep mum about it. 1 ,? A Utah wedding paragraph Bays k< th 6 bride was togged out in white gauzo.Jr Jug not, that 70 be not jugged, tp tia judge remarked to the bibulous vagrant. When Doga die do thoy go to tho "3jappy> land of canine." " ? Vebt young men, like young fruit/tnin, require frequent trimming.' '* ? - Thh darkest hour ia generally after tho gaa company ...

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Singleton Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) OUSTRUCTING AND ABBAULTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Singleton Police Court- Wednesday, July 21, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.)' OllSTRUOTINO ASH AH8AULTISO THE 1'OlilOE. John Ayloii npponrod, in custody, on two Boparato charges preferred by Con- Btu'bl.o. llaydon—first, that of obstructing hitii'in tho discharge of his, duty, and secondly, of a?saulting him. Tho nccusod eaid. ho could not raomber anything of tho affair. '. :? Coti?table Hnydon etatod that on Tnosday afternoon, about a quarter pnst livo. o'clock, he was bringing tho son of necosed to tho lockup on a chargo of,using profane lauguago,. wliou the nccn.'icd came up, and ditching hold of witnosa. by tho sliotildors, told him to let his son go ; witness told him aeveral tiiuoH to lenvo go liia hold ; ncunscd pereitited to sneh an (>xU<nt that witness was u!ilii;o.l lo (lie mm go, in order Hint he might a itch t accused; this the latter resitted, and struck witness twico onthefauej ho was in uniform at tho time; ho was obliged to obtain the assietanco of...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

I. Local News, etc ,iCABT-0WNi:RB aud drivers should.have'.a', ' care of their linchpins, or they may 'tie j ?' treated similarly to Mr. William Diuetf. On iJfhursday lnat, about noon, ho was driving n .ijmetit-pnrt in Campbell-BtVcet, near tho Odd ?j, follows' Hull, when tho linchpin of tho iienr :,, sldq wheel c?mo out, when tho wheel of ?"-fcaiirs^ elippci off tho aisle, and Mr; Dims -Wne f comfortably rolled into the rtliudlo of :n,:tlie.'Btrceti, 'The eituntiuu wiu) so intensely ...lluUprpuethat ovon Mr. Dincn could not Vrofrnin from joining in the'general huighiu , . '? Hfipplly thohprno was ti ijiiiot one, ami no * perlou? damnu'a \yns done,' With Iho. aid of "?ft , low ready bnttilK nuitiera vvcro u'omi'sut , right; cud what have proved a Toy ?porious accident neoident undod in mi ngrco "'ablo (and liquid) fachiou, ? I'^ilti' accordance with the rcijuircineute of ?! the new Elootornl Act, a meeting of niagln. r: tratee was hold at tho C'ouj't-houso on Wed nesde/ leaf, for th...

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