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THE GOORANGOOLA ROAD. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

THE GOORANGOOLA ROAD. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Your obedient servant, GEORGE L. LETHBRIDGE. Bridgeman. January 20th, 1875. SIR— ln your issue of the 13th iusCant observe your remarks headed" The Gouran goola Road "to I would have attended sooner had I not been out day and night extillgmsbi.lg bash fires. 1 would not lurac taken notice of your nntrathJfnl sfatcrtnrftA. ?which you have put m the inovt exaggerated form, but from the amunu* already shown, am led tobdierc they Ittva trpn. inferleiZ for a jnxrpoerft, and witli i? maltciotis intent to prejud cc the nrnd of tlie Minkter for IwidK against the presei it ?>.?!! And yyu try to give color :o tlioM! gross csajrgerationi* by , stating the- description. Is ?ot' frotoi liearsay, but from a- personal Inspection of tlie place referred to. , I would take up too ranch *I your Taltrablo space to place yonr readers m. posne?si6n of the vtjiitle tvf theeorrtspondence ort,? ?tplX to all yonr question*. wWeltmijtht be to di...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rix's Creck Coal Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Rix's Creck Coal Mines. [?] IC 1 ? - ll ' 1 ?1- ll II ' 1 I -m_ c, r to n to r>crs I J- - ' I i en luth. r pj'li vi ?- ' vi., i i! i ii gxcrtt-i l tcilitiL-. for Iruisit < 'li.ri.dj - - cure jhrt,c ib ukct ill lumul is n< \ ' i? seventy-van!-, nil a!r< iJj t cv r*" coal, supposed to b~ illimitable 'ih Ken entered upon The depth of tin, trial sha c t nowbbe.jon o sunk is forty f?_t sseveril Mod ?> of cxcellenfcjron stone luvc been tal cv fr a it, and w uovr at gns*:, L-vric>cJ to tli view "mil lU'sptctioiib of ill jj r-f ?- 'i take an mCircst m tlu j iI)V m v tion —coal V ftiir p>ec?.- ifir v i obtained from Uie shafr \n.i Uio moiul s ?.tnt to sythiov md town J tia i tjin fift\ ptr cut I lit X!i uiiuaffcr intends piitlui-, Iy< ) In. i tnal >-li ifts on other i> rt-- ot tin. i t ti for Ik. is Urmli nnpr s-i. il ith I 1 cco i- Mctnm tlut ii)itb liu 1 !! 1 %-n rlv tlie the c-ti in n<. "ii crop of coil tu\ (Xliv I *...

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 — 30 January 1875

[?] [?] ':;...I (?-;.'?!:?: !??? :;?;?: -?-' c:.v : :,:;--::r:\ ' ik- ?!?.-.?..:.-., ;?.;-.."-.'.? .?.. T r , use of-trade mstraiU<-_iiif _c; ?'*?;;??'"??;"?- | [ invention. For :t rc-'oviuvi:-! t'J'.ri.. l::o j I factorr is "* liarvr!: : :. J .:. -. ;?? .;?!?-? j sik.uU ,-. " :? ?;-.'" ' ?;??'?-?'? j mvasurc, in !;uvl:i ;_;?:: ;?? ." :"-..? ?:-.---! ?'??''? '?"?'? I ( 111 1 I- V i ' ll (.' 11l 1 , 1 s - i ) I ' tic,!, oflll t --i r i [ill -I ,>!i i j t-u 11 lit ! _, ( i ii 'i i i ti r , gri. it n.n-nLir?i i J In i is iinint- Tt ttt-.j 1 chin l<h< s-L jn Tin. o'd fin,kil st>!c- i>fci.Ut ig .mil ?-h.ipi with ?>h?u-iudkois* Limes nsv, sev<>? vcart. ,igo, s>uperfcci2<. ii u> ilr. ,I:tnrtan's shop by iko iatrOdncliau of a . cac*t splciittiJ cuttmg press. It is 3. yety solid iron press,, iiavrug at tlte top a g?age,uuilqnieaUi 3 square, box, ?sien "a tray, aui below afttottreudle. Up<)n tlwt tnty is s ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strange Attempt at Suicide [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Strange Attempt at Suicide Strange Atteempt at Suicide. THE Bendigo Independent states: "At half-past.3 o'clock on Friday morning, one .of the night watchimea of the hospital fomed a man in one of the j hospital found a man in one of the (coppers which are used for boiling bed steads, and which at the time was full of" water. On disturbing the man. lie. found tltat he had a wound jn his throat about six inches in length. He called assistance, and Dr. Hinclicliff was speedfly ?H the *pot, and found tlta't he was a man named Thomas a butcher, who had been a patient "for some considerable time in the hospital, and vrho had beett discharged last week at his. own. request. 'How he got into the grounds nobody at present Jcuows. } Oji examination' bj- dayliglit, it 4 was foiind that he had obtained access 'to a small yard at th? back of the closets, and there had ent his throat with a butcher's knife, and ulso had inflicUil a wound upon his abdomen, probably with the same weapon. Then he l...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

[?] [?] ii::ii:::;rv" ..;;.-?.-; .?..;;.:?. ?:; :. :-??[:? r .-:;:??" .?: 'n,.-: ;=":;.- ,?.;..;<-?.?,.:: v .?.-...?:?? whit'ii-.-.i h. ; ri>. i,- .-.' ; :.*?.-'; '.- :.:k: ;?;.;-;? ; civil n01i..;. r:-;u::-: ;.;.??:-/;.-,:, .1:.;::u.m £2,"i i1::t:::.-os ;",.:- ;-!?:? iiiterfcreuoo v.i::; i;i,, :;-.::r:i:U :?!:;"::- The case mis h-.-.ivd ut k^-ih - " ::i;, judgjiicra jriwu for U?: jL-fc::cU:i:i:.o; tin: "rounJ rii:;t tl:c '.'.Jy hatl suit;;iiii.-'., 117. actual uiimisjri.-. XJioro- vcas an nttejnpt made ii> Aiov; ihc.t tht; proccei.l -ings hail . been t.:ikeii throutjli ?j)ito. l>ecausc Brr.ggo lixul rr.iscd thu rent, bat tilings wore nwt made clear. More , over,- ?Urajjg'e , did not venture to t;c 1 into tbc'witness Ik>x. or iv any vr.-.y t 1 denv-. tlicdainagiiiir slf??atioi! i:ini?o l>v tlie*l:idy. We dak-say Air. Braggt-1::!. -had :i 'Ilvt-lj time of it in the cJo:nuss.ic circle. w}>i[u' cxplainiiijy his 'souK/whiU eccentric conduct. \T]iiul: in trut...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Propose. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

How to Propose. Don't he too sudden about it. Many a girl has said when she meant " yes." simply because her lover didu't choose the right time and pop the ques-<*> tion gently. Take a dark night lorJt. have the -'bliiufs- closed.' tho curtains tlown t and llic lamp turned rao.-t ont. "S|t. licar.enough to .her, wj that yon can -libofc-yoiir littlcfinger ;inio hers, : Whit, imtil Qwveisation: begins;, toflag-, amd then, anictly £*nsie.;l want to asfcyou '.something." She will .-'? fidget. -, around a little, reply." yes,' , and after.a pause yow.cnn add: Sttsip; njy actions must liave slioirii —that i.e. yon roust .have soon— l mean you must bu axinre that —thai—" ' T':ins<? for a while, but keep your little Hiigcrs firmly Iccktvl. j She ni:i_v co:icjJi. :iinl try to "turn -the snbjuyt vIY by n.sking you li.?-.v you fiked tha ??ircii'c. Lilt .-!-.? -diii.-s it to viioourage I yon. A :";??:? :ii...;it i-.-n ;nii::il.-- yon can up ;';e \<:::U !??-:;...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Sent by Express." (A Complete Tele.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

"Sent by Express." (A Complete Tele.) MARIAN HARLAN Was alone in the world—her mother just buried. She was a beautiful, brown-haired girl, with soft shy eyes of violet grey, and rosy lips compressed to a firmness far beyond her years. For after all she was scarcely seventeen, and bo Deacon Gray was telling her as.lie sat by tlie fire spreading his huge hands over the tardy blaze, and asked, " Bat what are yon goin* to do to earn your bread and butter, child V " I don't know—l haven't thought. . Mamma had an uncle in New York, .who T, ? " Tw, yes—lVelieerd tell about Mm —-lie was mart 'cause yonr mother didn't marry just exactly to suit him, wasn't he?" "Marian wan. silent. Deacon Gray wai-fj-iT a few minutes, hoping the wonld admit him into her (secret meditations ; but ?he did not, and the Deacon wont away home, to tell his wife that " that Harian gal was tlio ?pry queerest creetnr he evrr had come across 1" ,In the meanwhile Marian was bnsy packing her few things into a little car...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

THE [?] [?] r. trtvn u? t cyr,>y ;.: ... : : j.,,-. ~, ...;;;; -'. *^i;roVV.j^"iLrir:'.:-...T..-rttr M =.-!.-; , j _ " ( ?Wb??rlii:ijnp k ?r:i.-.'t t':?::;, - :=-y m:>:-i cr; ??- -r I J Forl*rn bus-i'l.ic? *??: :=;' I;-.-„?, My Metwire r>t> oM ;:t,? ;-: 1.. ? ::v C ' ror*"TrrliL"f ; Toe he was ttte man ilwi i'orrs*d-th? j-*jtii to n-.-fc* to:: [ ran tx> fast. ' His. am iva* strong his I.i-inl vso Icnj, he k !.???? | not (pallc nor Xcar; I "Wheit I think nt him It make* rac pttwul' th?s 3'm er } engineer! i TearmJontr,flare rfins, sixty roilcan* hour". JBifcbt thro* Old Kneland fl*x-1 t TOT I am bound to ar* mjr lore. ) Fa* arwaj. In the North coa?trv£. I ainatar behind 1 vtwdw-arF. come* ?', . j Brfoc* njr tymthc browtt.hilht xiae that guard zay trao j tpnta hornet . *" Srcl. now iny/owr* dear laon, beside tl.? j And sbe. ibtcxw for th* whistle shrill, and th* btost ) pipe'* rmtt?irtr roor. **Kotl rci'.*? an hour! 1. ? Tor J mm boniul tonrtjny I?tc, j At home (n th*.*...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sele[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Sele[?] [?] [?] ? .? ? The* l\r rr.. r ::. i ir.-j, -?'?"? ? --'___ ? ?i ": -r : *?'-:-;: v - : :. ? "?' ?? Which ffto*u? frrx;; *.-. : *_- fti^c. bnandlK*! tide . '. the -.'" '? 2?trr>-£:S γ-t.'-:* ; "?'?: - ? - -, \vv' -??. ' "*"' SqcK. s,V ' .-i;- .--.. ~ : . .-, '?'??','''?'?''? ' ErciJ'..:;,.". ..?- . ? ".;-'-..

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Many a Slip, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Many a Slip, &c. A PRISONER,who had been brought alt the wa y from New Zealand to this polony in custody, effected his esape at the moment of landing. He was an old man named George Kt?warl, who about live months ago, was committed for trial on a charge of burning down his own house at 'Sandridge- and before tlie trial, nas liberated on bail and absconded. He was arrested in New Zealand.'by the local police, and information of the cap ture having been received here, Senior com-table Joyce, of f-andridge. was des patched with, n warrant to bring him back to Melbourne. Tic brought his man turcr in ,tlic (s.), Otago. which arrived on Sniiday,,wul coming up the "Yarra, arrived af tho Australian Wharf at about 10 o'clock at night. As she came alongside, , Joyce and Stewart were seen standing on- the deck near the fctecrage cabin' door, and Joyce was i about to handcuff tho prisoner, when ?Stewart said, " J Jmvc left my bag in the bunk." The officer allowed him to go down for it, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Brutal Violence by the Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Alleged Brutal Violence by the Police. The Western. Indepadent reports a [?] constitution- ~f the force hi that eilv. \ th- affair 'so far as it occurred ' in the ! sti.-t. A man imm-ii .lames Dir,r ' was holding !-.-..-. .-a,!?.;;,..? ho-st-. ~;,;, j .;;-,-. .ye.: -~, tii( , ,addles, in ! .Vitiiama-street, on Tuesday. (Jon- I stable Kianiersou tried, for sinne i ..-.son j which appears to be unknown,' lo'f.uil ! ci.su,..!, D-vyer demanding :7."k'mw | by what right he was arrested. By' the aid oi n, second coastaUa, Dtvycr, j-l-erol children." Tin.-'writer ulatius ;o j j last, ttiul descrllie-s. the inytui-e to vi.i-.-i. , j flivver was subject-.-1 as horrible, ami ?' the . indignation of a lartrc cTi.--j that ' assembled as itlanni.rg. The prisoner'l declared that he wjs anvised' to plead j guilty by the coiibtabley-and"thelockup ! ( keeper. . Oa "Wednesday, the case was- | tried, when the oman pleaded guilty-, and j though a strong. prott'st"w?s made by t MrP?aea. the: proprietor ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Berembed Murder, [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

The Berembed Murder, THE Wagga Wagga Erpress of Satur-<*> day reports-that a corner's jury lias re<*> turned a verdict of wilful murder against William Striager for the murder of .James Mitchell, who diaij at Kererabed from the effects of a jjtnishot wound, ami that-a coroner's warrant for-String- ct'k arrest lias I>c?.-ii i-?.;ii.(l. Up to the prvsciit time Stringer has nut !>eeii ar rested. Kvcr since the occurrence 'the police , h.-ivo li-vn -searching for' the alleged murtl'Trr mi the IJecp irator mii. On Tucs?l:iy afternoon he was seen l>y ?<lr. Furnivat ami a pur sou fcnoiTU iiK '? Cicrxnau Harry." AVhen they saw Stringer, Harry left .Mr. ?Fnniivai to watch, started off for the police, bnt tlie man observing that lie Tras bcin|J watched made liis way '.Into :v thick- Jyilt of phio scrub, vrliitlici: ifri Furniral thought It iudiscreet to. follow^ SergeanteiGJariroli.ancl Foley Trareobligetl. tc> learc tfie farther pnrsuit to c...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arrival of the Mail. [?] Brisbane, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Arrival of the Mail. [?] Brisbane, Tuesday The steamer Bri [?] arrived at Towns ville at 8 o' clock this [?] and sailed at 6. She left Singapore at 6pm-, on the 12th [?] arrived at Batavia i .it b j i iM < 1 Wli '. tL it T 30; |arrirol i- .1 -f >i <i [<> <>v the 22nd, : ami Kfi it I 1 m >ii_ 1 n.li rtil tiionty -IMIIC 110 !!?-,( Vlll'tllll U\ -ntltllT 1 , .- , 1- i Jim ilr JJnyd, for ->%dnn Mr m.l Mr-. Mtl.l .r;un,..n 1 "\li<- Ht i-lij lniM<lbnirm ilr. O C ill i~l 11 Jui "l.ri-O. ait V?so. defttnltir O'LYrr II (in Liisto li ), for Melboitrnr, 5f.v.,,,1 0:11)1*11. frum'Honk l:oiijj, Mi 11! "li l.f li im>ji .trnl t\-o chiklrm il \it ii il i,.r Mr. f<ini 11 f< - J isl 111 fnnn'sinjji pnrc.. 1 ii > in it -stciTage, for Sy<l> o CIII 1 - Irom Hongkong, li>!> J". 1 I \ ii-.\illi Him tt<u for S\il ii?; t* 11 - j:U f.r Mvlliouruo From S.-.riicr I l 1...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

[?] [?] Mai.-.e .-—Scarce, the :yi---v. i-.-i.:j- hyiuc; rut'.-ieit !y Ihe coatiuued drourht. it is i.-otv

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?]AC[?] MILL PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

[?]AC[?] MILL PRICES. j Superfine ?.'.our . .- . ? ? Good Ho-s-heM (ditto) . . i I'oilard ? '? ! Br?.- s v v - - - > f £ =. -a. on o . o 12 o . 0 .6 0 ?, 0 4$. 0

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 — 30 January 1875

I | [ADYJEBTISEMENT.] fTo the bditor of the tstnileti n Arjos) Sir,—We the undersigned original members lof the Ncotsfield Cricket Club cannot but express 6nr deep regret that tlie members of the Baroona Cricket Club should .have con ntdered it to lay before, the^iijfrc thcir xmayinary grievances. Any little drf 1 ferences which have arisen, aiid may arise, ' ought, in. our humble opinion, to xcmam 1 private between us, and not-be lubjcct to be paraded before the public. However, as tho members of the Baroona Cricket Club hare" chosen ea&*bUcly to ac | case us, there is otihuumTedtma left us to pursue, and that is, fa give thiugh you, onr i most cmpliattc and/publjc deiual to the as- I sertion made. Wt\, jepreeerftmg by them through, you as to Qaarri being an. existing understanding to the effect Cast they should be confronted by (he same pn of eleren the arrangement being thai they were to be confronted by the employeslbn the Kcotsfield Estate, And by such thcj?were confron...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MAITLAND, MARKETS & C. [?], WOLPE AND BADGLEY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

MAITLAND, MARKETS & C. [?], WOLPE AND BADGLEY'S REPORT. Stations-[?] as last week. . Fat Cattle.—Numbers on hand prevented the trade-. front bidding very weakly, and sales, except for very prime have been dull \\ edo not aaticapate my improvement for a fortnight. Onr sales have been—for Johu Christian, i.?q.. a lot, of young- bullocks, at £8 1-s, eowu at *5 7s;, for John beivil Esq., CO steers and bullocks at £7 4s. 4cL. cowu at £7 , and next week we will -rard some excellent cattle. Quotations —-"best yards 22?.per 100 Ibtc ' Store Cftttic —Bara has not yet fallen iv BafficicuV meantiticK to inflneuco sales ma terially, and very few cattle axe moving W c hove no sales to report this- week, and will not give any quotations till there is business doing- that may be taken as a guide by holders. jat Sheep —A plentiful supply to band, aud former prices fairly upheld. Ihe appear auce of a wholesale buyer iii'the market has . helped to harden prices for next week aud we look for a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliament. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

Parliament. [?] [?] ' v.-r.< oi btHu l.'C: - ' , '??">.?::: '?'. -;: - : reiicag- the GiA-er:vir ir.Li'.' .:..??.:::?-? .. '?':-- . r-at'-leii U.t,ff.ltt.T. ' ? then ii'2jr>anirr-l i-> L::'-:r > 1 --^ , .; ''l<'.:::l>cr.';-!\: t vrhJcli the Ho:i. rr.rr-1*"." <":!:?? :,-c: : ::.::v t - i Cou::cU pru6:-c-i..-il !?..--:.'?.?. i ~::- ?l : ?'?-:l- \ snw.l-.vcnry :':<-Ti-i..??.-<??.? -..-?.::?:- : her for the I'atcrsou. Jlr. Arnold, as Speaker. I and in tloiuir so staled, that Mr. Arnold had ] he-en a mcl.il.er of I\irli-.::v.-m-. wiyhoinyinter- I '-a-T u u. since April IbT.ll. and l-.ad l*eh ilirtte elect I one 1-i to 111 he o die of , Spiakcr th dutie of which he liad di-~ Charged With great ability and impartiality. Mr. S. C. Brown seconded the motion. Mr Buchanan contended that the Speaker ought to have been proposed by the Plrcmier, and seconded: by the leader of the Opposition, and that his uommati.ojf.by- private...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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DEATH OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 January 1875

DEATH OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA. January 26. The Emperor T [?] He was born on the 27th April 1845 married [?] the 16th October, 1872, [?] : snv.roiuo over the CYlcjiiai. Empire from j the 23rd Fe-brtiary, 1772,-until the time Oi'aiidiatl:.'

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