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The Ministerial Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
The Ministerial Crisis. Late last night we received a. private tele-&lt;*> gram from an authentic Fource, giving the following names as the probable holders of the offices set opposite to their names:— Premier... ... .„?... Hon. J. BobertsOiu Minister for Lands ... "Mr. T. Garrett. Minbrtar for Works ?:..;? 'Mr, J. Lucas...-' Minister for Mines P. 3fe. J. HofeSdns. Colonial Treasurer . 1.. Mr. \V. Forstcr, Minister for Justice and Public Instruction. Mr. R. 'Wisdom. Attortiey-Gcncral ... Sir W. Manning. Postmaster-General ... Mr. J. Lackey.
Local and Genera! News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
Local and Genera! News. Weather AND CRONS-The hearts of pasteralists. [?] and towns people have been glad [?] by a very heavy. copieas and long condi [?] downpour the cxe-e=.s':ve r.yr.t ol lici-cn-.b-.'-r an.l Jar.yi.-.ry'had Vegetation, that '. a.;- sae'a a heavy downpour l:-:aa:a.i .v--::;iy, r-a-Z :t was eeaitc evident j i-Pve .-. ::rr.teful i-r.:::ra;i7 n ._ At; i". "/clock j yuyT.-il yy-'ly rain i=et A. aa-.l continued jell. ' I-.i tli- evcam.; tie: weather chaurc.i to 3i:itir:s ovr.n th:: IIL-.-,-T;;r-—tVc are concerned will con-..: forward 0:1 bis arrival and give the gentlemen the Ivor-tit. of If ihc-T do, there is no doubt that' tnV'nPs" site vi-ill lie- cho-en. and that tho work will lie speedily commenced. Orx ACCIOIIXT.—On V,'e-!u.a.!ay 1.-.,; a Mr. G. Tr".:ii.-T. aa-l" f.ir ..'tln-'r tiers..7s ,-7-7* ? oit at li.-g-ty Kbit, four mile- Pom Single. wad ling out of" hi- gun. proceeded ":o"7>o;ir the f.a-k w'ns found. Connors may consider . hims-ef :i;c luckiest r.f saw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
f ."Piv mi.^.-r-t.iisl, t!i.v:,/ii!il..-si oMiiitcrniamleii, '?? aP'PPm-eP -.viU Is* im.l char-peil for at .."'P...-~-r AUivirti^i-ii-er.tsstionldle-ivi-the nambcr "V il" .'.'..'",'.".. -'-.r ,-> J vrrsit &lt;':i e_ t1... onie-r. c f-'i-'flpoii 0f.:.-ri.-i-,: Ailei-rti-.-'i-lenes or rrintiuK on , AA- '-.a. Coi'l'Hitto.:, form-M or ti> In: fomic.l, for any ? JSiWe-:. ??*'"' '?'?' !n-M Tii-mn-i'.'-y r?poi?ib}efor ?n- - Free. r.r.~0:7 inoi'3 ami tjitkr G;;s;i-JiAl, ATIVOCATF.," is transmittest 'i' /IP-P; -,ly r.ft-r p.-.llilipitioit to r-ll part* of this and. - .'? liPs---":-! .'.in,- di.'tricts.as "Hell re. to entry Jslrt Of the I! fi-.liy ir-iurm their I'lWt. .and the General ~'.;.?;-?.-? ~.? .i.xy ?t-i/.i- axti '? f.'Oi-our. " " ~ , . iP. .- , ??'. r-iiyilrti /Cubiloyn-es (Mr,:/ tl.cien-f Fr/inis-ory Xnli-aml lice, ipt IWss, ::;crpcii in a -iiip.-rior style. --I— ;.. Col.-inh I.nts, Mid in Coil!. Mirer, or 1. .' " t-rt^rilroiuvs,,ion. ma Firtt-clis. "j if .- r sy ir-.i...
The Blacks in Northern Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
The Blacks in Northern Queens land. the bleeks are again becoming trouble-&lt;*> some in this neigbourhood (sadys the Port Doub[?] Thomos). having spearel a horse and some cattle at Pro-pr[?] horse and some cattle at Pro-perh-.e. - Mr. Emrn.erson complains that lie has ; twici- applied for.-police protection. Pit j piled protective p-a-e- th::- dty-s not ; substance e.f a letter to the supcrinten- j explains to n great extent, tin: hostility j Europeans with thegiti--. He describes ? a very glaring cas,*, mid it is to be re- ! into town with his murderous weapon. Mr. Fhumerson says :—" A digger came [ here (I*rose. pine, .January ~) with a re- f volver,. and went into the blacks' camp | demanding a gin. There being only one | bhtckfeHow -in the cam]', and about .' tweutv gins, thee all rushed ur- to tin- j 'station lor'protection, the digger fellow- I iiig them. 31:- son spoke to" him, and j he snbl ho was after his cook. I asked j him why lie hunted the blacks out of the...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
[?] [?] jjro-.r in tliu r.iosl ariu w>:!, ainlllic drier the t!:'J lucre :ib;i::&lt;l::nily do tli^v z.l the L:;cl; of S-.Tyn-hiif, to 2-joI: fee bor.-.iur.ry mr-rks of back blocks. "W'c lived for two days on -.valor ulitusriuU froivi the roots of ti'.e Rj.iHec. AYe w?ro for tunate i: , . being abl'i to find somo thick brakisti vratcr in ci'.ij pans for our iior.scs. The roots of the ir.allue —hicjt co'.itr.'.n vratcr run aloucr tit-,- gmr.nU t;:-:it or uinc ai-j!:'.-.-: il:o .^?.irfriL- , .-, uv.'l i-'Mlen.! &lt;"?!> - tvrcivc or fiftce:: ;"V-jt. ,&lt;aro;:.c c-:;re ;.-; takovi t7-;e not to i!:u:u v.v.ti! they Itavo Hie w3ic'.o. 1-i.gt-i eitrcnilty' :iv.a"brosk ii. inf.. p^cc-s'^k.ut :;K.',i:ut :1 tre- v wilh t::o stiir.i! i-r.il in r. bar:: woliirc::;, or bil:y. I r.ever -?t :;ioro :!::::: r.Vmt il ; r._r-n;::iri.;r.&lt;; f f ps:ii. --OJJI .- it.!'.. ? ~4 _ .. .. - -v*. -?..:. -.. mua to iioiricct the 3:'.'ec>sr:r;.- precav.tio:: of csrryij...
Miscellaneous Items. Horse Stealing in Earnest.- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
Miscellaneous Items. Horse Stealing in Earnest.- The man O'Donohoe (a squatter on the Merri Merri) has been brought up at the police-office. Sergeant Burns de-&lt;*> posed that he charged the prisoner and one George Kent (then in custody}, with stealing twenty-one thorough-bred horses, valued at £9000, the property of Mr. Baldwiiij-of Dnrham Court. As tlie stolen property and the principal witnesses for tlie prosecution lived in the Northern district, the sergeant applied for a remand to Taniworth, which the police magistrate gianted, and '.vi application .allowed bail to O'Donoiioe—self iv £1,00, and two j sureties of _";'JO each. This arrest has ! caused a good deal of excitement in i these rmrts. as the defendant is well j known," and the pri-e::e-r is a celebrated I\.:::::-::.'&lt;; CiiitisYM-s Enitoi-.iai.lv. ; —i ii-.v-: ".leVer been m Wil'cnnnia. In ; " Owing to the holidays;, our editor has j issue, ;!;at of the 2-t-tk December, and | of.course ! found the...
Items of Latest News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
Items of Latest News. Archbishop "anghan, after adminis- i fering' the sr.cranisat of confirmation at j Pambule, on Saturday, proceeded to Candelo, and was met on his way by a large cavalcade. On Sunday he opened and blessed the church there. The collection amounted to £IDO. On ; Monday he confirmed 1(H) persons. lie j then started for Boga, where lie was | e=e;-.r:ed by 100 horse-men, preceded by 1 ihe Guild'and school children in pro- j cession. 11-: was enthusiastically received. The Archbishop thanked the Roman Catholics and others for the I splendid reception he hati received, add I .'???scrnied the country as the most j beautiful iie tins ever s-isn it: Australia. The drought has broken r.p in Bega. They had fine rains on Friday and ? Sait-.rday, anil there appears to be a I prospect of more, ? i engines .shall stop at the South Terrace, i and the public are indignant at this cur- ] .ailment of the advantages of tlie 1 train. \ .Joseph Israel has. hsezi committed for j trial o...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
[?] [?] Ir. ICzitio.-raf Ban!: o?.U-::ii, Vsidiiij; i:t i I I'c;;?.::: I : :1 Ui&lt;: J.r.nfc ilrawhi.-- i - TK?r^r";i;;n; : 'fii'iluf ; i rj.mi;r; -he sv.id llWrpr.rrt. \v:is Lurnt to | IU-r-tU iv. Ok; room ; L'.irSv.i io get In l.y j the clrtor going direct from t.lie passr.g.-; j opened llie front door, .-an! tliat Wcw tlia smoke into the room ; I could not sea anvwlion: : 1 thwi pu\r Mr. Khrct, sn.l bf/ged him f&lt;. run -"or ilic ; I'w.-ut rounrl the j j Irir.c; in :Jk? .vcvr.;i&lt;.l:-.:i : ;*. -v.;s qp.il'! j cWi; r.il this ;.ppo ;i r>.a t&lt;, fr,,i:i j i u:st to ;.-:&lt;t in ab-mt .1 initinti; null :i -i --as ir: the- x !::l>it of t::c ::rc v,-itu j J the pjrJ:i-v- r 'pr-.rt of ii,-r ! j cV.th.fs blirut. off, (!.- ? ! T CW.ld -.!..(. i.I-!lt;fv '.;??!-. ' i i T;:-.; hu~ T&lt;.-iv~A?:\ :: vt-.-tiict ;.h;;: I I M:u^.-:r t -t ?':::?..? \.v lu-r flc.".r.h i 1 i!: ;: il'Vct:; of t:.- of n. i : ti: , . i-i" i:-:ro-';:to :??, :...
Strange Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
Strange Suicide. A Very strange suicide took place in Church-street, Riehrnond, last week.' About noon on the day named, Mr. William Freemantle was observed by his mother, with whom he lived, to be walking about in a very strange manner, and, suspecting something was wrong with him, she sent for Dr. Graham. On tho arrival of tbe medie.-il gentleman, Mr. Freemant.e seemed delirious, and scarcely aide to speak. In .answer to i inquiries, lie' said he hail taken ten j grains of strychnine. Ho was unable j to answer any further ipi-.'stlonii-g, and j j died soon afterwards. Iv the room oc- j i cr.picd by the decease! was found :-. ' ! glass containing so:::.;: water, in which ? 1 for him tv.'icc. On his -second visit he i j a'tTectcd by the great heat of tlie weather. \ I The strange manner of the deceased was '&lt; | also noticed by a girl named Cam!!, who ; I -.vas employed to do housework lie- Airs, i | Freeniantle. "So examhia- - j tion was made. The jury returned a j verdic...
MUS[?] OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
MUS[?] OF ARTS. hich ffto*u? frrx;; *.-. : *_- fti^c. bnandlK*! tide . '. the I ilurhi" the h::l£-vcr.r ; rout CO to 81, thu latter j ?.?.?cor.-,il-?::i,\; ; ['?..? re;:~-t: hi 'Ihr.l ."i ii'vj "pri- L:b-.-;:rs':— Libr:\rv Kα issued A. ? History and Bio . graphy IKS -li Travels, A: Ad ! rea.lari.-B ? i 2 32 '? ?C. ScioiK- A Art.... lij i> ! 1). Tii-.-uic-y, ?.Icu- I c:d. 210.--.ii. ; ,i:&lt;3 ! I'oliticr.! Sc:e:ia; -13 S 73. Elocatitm, Do- ? . bate, i'oetry, .t l)r:tni:i 10 1C F. Fiction :.... -HO SCI ?. General & Mis cellaneous Literature I'O U 11. Works o£ Kefer- ? To::il U2a ."fir XbiS boin? aa increase ;>i MO on i!:o :;::-)i.-;-r of issues for the b*Jf-.TC-.r. The. attention &lt;>r yr.ur Coiant/ctcg li.-is u-.-ca for- some considcr.-.b!c time directed lo tilt desirability o£ placing a good p;.-.no in the I Institution, and -with the t-cw ol givi'nj; i effect to tbe .wishes of the inembcrs iv t!ii? respect, your Committee, soon after taking office...
Railway Accidents in Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 6 February 1875
Railway Accidents in Tasmania. THE Hoborn reports a. serious accident on the main railway line by which five men were injured. The facts as gathered from Mr. Grant. the company's chief engineer, are r.s.fi.l- 1 j lows : —On Wednesday morning an j j engine, to which were" attached nine j j trucks and a tender, laden with rails and ; 1 siecpers, y-as preceding .-ifouo- ;he line, : j and at li a.m., when it was near Broad j j ribb's, it -.'.-a-: seen that the driver had i i lost command m" the engine, which sped !' i tro! of the I'nginc. jumped ."rout their : : -.msitions t,. tiie ground, fearing that If : ? tiie went over the heading, which . ! was in the rear tr-ick, ai..i a workman : j named Henry Pine-, who was in a truck ' i filled with reds, kjpt theic seats. The j \ iingiue, dashing along and approaching ; : the heading, came along that part of ; I tiie dine which was not spiked, and run- 1 ?' ning off the iiite, stepped, but several ? ? vrs,g,~osSj which, -;T?ra ia x'roat of th...