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"A thief by Profession." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

" A thief by Profusion-* , : :j$ The Mufyee Iiulepenclnit tolls c J$(i$}'.L at tho Cuurfc Ilocsis Williams was charged with drafiKejnktess "_, obscenity, and . malicious desttjtsl^^'w'' Government property, lately been groom a^a.e^lttf, :, ttlt?liad lost his sifcnation for assanlting JJf£ Siuco tlien hs had bcgalffltefrfrig'ii?bat Mndgce, drinking, vn J liftproper language in the pO^C?'^Jj^p(aV / Ha admitteJ to the him that ho board the Vernon, feeven jeare fir robbery, and profession, and intended till Tho charges of tnttSAj,* profanity, &c., were dearly zsbved, and fines were Inflicted, emoani-' ing to £3 8s 6J, or in default six weeks' imprisonment, fie accepted the default.'

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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office Shears. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

]. \ fofflt Sftears. >: ? | 1% schedul&rice for ? the 7 caiir tract for tbe twy from Gannedab to Narrtri, as lofc|M'euigan.and Co., is£1*090. 1 4 :l ,' ? " Flintj|npl<red at Boyd'e photognphfc eplisqnent, Sydney, was sfcqj dead <ffllon!ay morning'by Ins friM, Mnf:o, ive miles from MittagoW, whifioatlmth a party wallaby ttiotina ! ? The fumrnl ofor Jwy Flint took place at Nttai. 8.mo? the mourners was : Sir. Ipyd,ra j||tographer, in whose emp'fr, the do ceased had bcn.gc uairtunatc yonmr man had nonlati inluo.f~ w parents resido\at^oys>^ He was 2-1 yc:?'?# .. The eldest s<V&ei Salmon, Town Cl 6 | ??-..?? drowned when tt?js of his younger b|£| .. dilly ltiver, on C^&Jtffftfay. The SGDpassesiy Northamp ton were iu such g< . feAth, and ;, tho vessel in sucli cla r jJcfidition,that Dr. Alleyne, tho | Igolh officer, at once gate the c t bill of health, and the 5 wont, up the harbour. T1 hf arrivals consist almost en...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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French Brain Decay. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

French <Braixi Decay; ;; > :^S|)v Ceimeb of a capital natnre are nnplea santly-frequent, and the police are equal to the occasion for discovering the mar-. dersrs-r-when the latter Tolantarily confess. Perhaps ; the continued bot - weather has not a little to do inproi yoking inflammation of brainy or the increase of hereditary insanitymay b? -' ft cause. According to the latest sta tistics, there are 22 in every 10,000 of tbopopuktion suffering from mental disease, either as violent lonatics, idiots, or paralysed imbeciies ; and these num bers are below the mark, for idiots being relatively harmless, are retained in their families or sent to private houses. O the 82,523 officially dossed lunatics, the number of men exceed the women by 2000, and that greater ? excitement ?in modes of liying may explain.: How ever, I bare noticed within th? last few years an increase perceptible to the naked eye of paraly?e<i yoongmen, between the ages of 23 and 80. I , canno...

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An Irish Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

An Irish Land Sale- A FniESD forwards as a clipping show ing the value of the land on the London derry Estate, Conntj Down, Ireland, as compared with land in this country. ? The Bel/att jSewsletier, of October 30, repotts-th'e sale of the ? f* Tenant Right" of a. n amber of ihnns on the above estate as foUovrs: Yesterdaj, Mr. John Stevenson, auctioneer, sold the following farms at Balljhany, near Newtosvnarda Lot I, 24 acres and 15 perches, held under tho Marquis of' Londonderry, at the annual renfcof £26 10s; Mr. Alex. Patton was the tenant. The biddings were—John Crawford, £300, £555, £615; David Stormont, £400, £525, £610 ; Wm. M'Donald, £425, £550, £565, £575, £600; Mr. Edgar, £560, £570, £580, £605. - Mr. Crawford was declared the purchaser at £615, or £25 per acre. Lot 2 contained 11 acres 2 roods and 21 perches, held at the rent; of £12 16s 2d. The biddings were—John Crawford, £150, £205, £215, £255, £265, £275, £305,£325, £335,£350, £365, £375; D. Stormont, £200, £225 ; D. B...

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Kung Shoo's Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

Kung Shoo'a Watoh. *? r $ ia >< i0 *^v.. Yes, Knng Shoo *u hie name, and he bonght this watch at an anotfcn sah for ',- seTen-anJ-eixpence." It was sold tohfta ? on the strength of ita beine a cnatel. ' jewelled," doable, action, . chronometer movement,; lever escapement, compensa tion balance geneva/arid it w?rwarMnted to go for ten'year?, Miv Kong Sfaoa, however, aoon discovered that it used to gain two hoars and a-half a day, and ha began to get' mixed up . in tha most alarming manner, possble, . g e nred to ait down to his dinner wh?n '' was only breakfast time? he twed to ba : * dragged up in the miildie of tha uight * under the falsa' impression. that it was > ? 9 or 10 in the morning, and things cot so tangltd up at last that when, it waa. ' really only I o'clock on Monday/. Kong i S'nooV chronometer wonlil point io 5 o'clock on EiursiJay.. One day, how.' ' ever, be mnstered op courage/ took tha ' watch back, and to!d the nactibnpcr what ho thought about thin...

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London. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

?;:.';;;;.":'. London. .-V/..-:-N' '?. L V : . ...>.".?'??:;?. /. : . ; Thnreday.:'; The Boor rebellion is spreading. The Boers, hare taken Newcastle and Derby, and a large force is advancing from Utrecht. The .whole Hue of the Buffalo Kiver is patrolled by rebels, who also occupy the roads between the Trans vaal and Cape Colony. A deputation has urged upon the Government the necessity of despatching a commissioner to the TranavaaL . ; : Sir Hercules Robinson is leaving for the Cape of Good Hope at once. It is stated that the Boers also cap tured the Court House and town resi dence of the British representative. The colonial -troops having retired to the fort (?), the Boers are making active preparations for besieging it. An official denial has been given to the statements current that Germany intends to despatch s squadron to the Pacific in March. The French ironclad Richelfon, eight thousand tons, and eighteen guns, was burned yesterday. Trickett is still confident that he is a...

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Singleton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

SfcglefeoxiBprbngh Council. I teniKQ of: tlila ConiM took place Pednesday eTemng. Praent—The |or,'Aldcnnea Jarmnn, Broomfieia, D?ipill, Hooker, arid-Qumn. C: HEbe minnteaof the last regular meet- Mfeand?ofv a: special meeting of the HEbcS, held on the 23rd instant, were Mgho: outgoing correspondence com the following. letters:— Hb Contactor "Parr, - directing his- BKotion to theslow progress of Ms Bfec of kerbing and glittering Hunter- Nket,and requesting him to ttae Httter expedition in carrying it out in K Sr. Alexander Monro, acgnaint jPpTirm that a deputation appointed by |wCooQcil would wait upon him at bis Hpbnee,* anent the lighting of the Hpugh with gas. |Kb Mr. 1 Jonathan Jordan, declining SEfeqnest for renewal of base of house Hppaddock occapied by him onPthe flppmon after the 31st bat Bfeg hint permission to bold the same Apia present rental up to the end of Ejpresent year. Bko the Under Secretary for Lands, Hug the names of the gentlemen com- Bfeag the Singleton Borough ...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

Be Poet's Cpfier., ; ??K Softly the fading eonsot "gii Bich with the hues of tho da sends ns the last i B?' it' e An !?jninl? mitanv Kol-flUing passion ?>:_ ~ a fickle ~ joa open-b?srted Ml tb?t'?m?n eeu? bestow—? . le, strong sod tteepas# riTcr, : ? Ceasektt sad calm in its flow. - . . famwowiti wonuinlTlwnonr By wctsiio loyally keep; Bed deep down in jour bosom— Erennore there lei it sleep. , . . v

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, Dec 27. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

European Cablegrams- {From, the Sydney Papers.) ?. ~.-.J : "- *r??don, Dec 27. Thk official report of the commander of tiie division of the 94th attacked by the Boers last week, has been received. ?- It contains an exact retnra of the losses suffered on:, the occasion. The report proves thai the accounts first received by Colonel Collev .were:much exag gerated, thetotal casualties, according to the official return, being only - SO. The remainder of the division were dis armed, bot after a short ? time were released by the Boers without farther molestation. The Boers rallied and made another attack npott Polchefetroom, after their repulse, bat they were completely rooted bj f the colonial troops. Oyer 100 of the enemy -were ? killed, and a large number wounded. V ' Ti Information: has reached the anthori- I ties at Cape Town that the Boers are massacreing all prisoners that haTe fallen into . their hands, also that they areriolaling the flag of tnice. by mnr— Bering the bearers of th...

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The Intercolonial Cricket Match. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

Tile £hte*colbnial 1 ' '" The 25th \Iniereoloaial Cricket Match* between T?|$p?? andJBJew Sooth Ws&? =wa8'commeiirad;Bt;'nooa' to-day on the- s Melboarn&Onckefi Gronudi 'TKa weather' Iwas Eomewfia|? r nnpropiUon? for cricket blowingacross bailsmenhad'fo^l^i^imst;"bntlater oasm;!tt€^afteraobn.~improved Victorian' capt^^to£s& : for choicer of innings, the. a matter- of course, dectedvto go. toiihe wickets, by sending-MackayandMid winter. in to tho bowluig of Evans, and Garretty both of whom trundledin grand form, especially the former,- who took tho- majority ; of the wickets. Despite the good bowling en the part of the New South Wales men, both batsmen settled down, and for some time the fieldsmen got a good; deal'. of leather hunting, Mackay being very troublesome, and occasionally making hits for S and 4. Midwinter alsomade some beantifnl hits to the chains foit ? 4, principally ofi Garrett's When the ecore stood at 50 VtopjLthe ball at the Richmond end, ahd...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

SV0NBY XIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday,. Cattle are very dull; best, 12s per 100lbs. Sheep are firm at 9s. 6d.

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

I ?'. JELEGRAiVIS. \ -I. [TUBOUOU GUEVILLB's TELECItAM CO.] . SYDNEY. Friday. These was a fire at midnight afc Ncir town.V A butcher's shop nnil- n lnrge bay aud com fitorc were destroyed. : " . At the entertainment given by the Mayor of Cooktowny captain of the French war steamer Ficotrees (?), de clared he would protect aud assist vos.-!b of other nations on the coast of Nu\v Guinea, if necessary, Accompanied by an experienced navigator he goos to Brooker Island to destroy a. nest. of pirates there The Government astronomer reports that only i?s. of rain have fullen this year; only 8 Inches more than in 1849, which was the driest year ever known. A new theatre, larger than than tbc Rojal, is to be erected at the corner of ! Pitt and Bathurst streets. The corporation of Mudgee appears to bo insolveut. The Bauk refused to pay a cheque of three hundred pounds, drawn to pay debentures, and declines to honour any fartbor draftsJ All works will likely be stopped, and the officers discha...

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MITCHELL'S FLAT v. RUTH SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

ailTCHELL'S FLAT v. JUTH SINGLETON. J A.BETCBS match was play* between the abovcnamo J clubs' on Bjing Day, which resulted in a victory foiie South Singletons.- Appended arc thixtres :— ' Mitchell's Flat.—Firi nnings : J. McNnlty 17, H. ShepHd 0, P. <Krams 8, W. Shepherd.O, B.Loper 12, J. Bendeich 0, M. Brunner ,J. Ryan 6, W. Moloney (not out) 3, J. Power 4, P. Watson 9 ; sundries, L total, 78. Second Innings: P. 11, J. McNnlty 5, H. Shepherd 0, TOlaloney : 5,'W. Shepherd 5, R. Coir 4, M. Brnnner 3, P. Wateon (not)tj 1, J. Bendeich 0, J. Byan 0, fnndries, 5; total, 40; fininnings, 78. Grand total, 118. t i South Sisgletos.—Firelnnings : J: Sloran 3, S. Gonld 7, Weaker 0, o. Rdwe 3, J. Graham 21, J. JFadden 21, K. Burnett 0, J. Do& 1, J. Samsay 2, T. Coledrakc (not it) 2, B. yrice 1; sundries, 4; total, 5? Second JininiTs : J. McFadden 3, l&amsay UJ. fiowo 0; T. Coledrakfe, W. 3akorO, S. Gould 20, J. Grain 7, J. Jlonm (not ont) 14, B. 0, J. doiteX* &amp...

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Cricket. ADVANCE C. C. v. CAMBRIDGE C.C. (MAITLAND). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

, Cricket- fc J Advakce CC v. Cambridge p. C; (MaITIiAND). Tbo match between theso two dabs was playecl at Maitlandon Monday last, and resulted in on easy victory for tlio former by §3 "runs. For. <ho , Advance, J. Maguiro was top scorcr I with 27 (not out) in the second antl J. Bourke (17) and E. j. Bourke (12) in the first. A. Compton was the only one of ibo Cambridge team who succeeded in reaching double figures, the howling of H. RoMnson and E. J. Bourke proving too mash for them, the former taking, in thojtwo innings, 13 wicket* for 19 runs, ind the latter 7 wickets for 16 runs. | For the Cam bridge, 3ir. : Ryan took ill wickets, and A. Compton 9. A pleasant day was spent, bnt it would havobecn made more bo had there beeij a booth or shelter' of some kind to 1 protect the players from the ran not in the field; both " teams to play all through the day without having been protected from.the sun\ rays for a single moment. ? ? i :. The following are the Bcdcs:-— ; Advanc...

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A Reporter Sun-struck. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

I A Reporter Suu-strucK The following item from an'I|;h paper may be interesting to many Sir readers, when they know that the|d Samaritan in the case was Mr. J. If. Lewis, late of Singleton. The Q&- land Times of Tuesday says : ' " | .-.; " Considering the extraordinary of ; it was scarcely that there should be a case of snnsfi. Tbe victim was Mr. John G. of the literary staff of this joU| Whilst he was engaged in reporting proceedings at the miners' sportsjj during the pole-leaping suddenly swooned a*ay and fell dj Every assistance was instantly renq him, particularly by Mr. and 3 Marcus, Mr. W. Little, and others? with only partial success. EvenS he was removed to his home at H Ipswich. Wo heard late last nightj whilst bo was progressing favo_f he was still suffering considerable^ 1 in his limbs. For the excellent ac? of the sports which appears in ang colqnm, we are indebted to a gentljj who was lately connected with the I! of New South Wales, bnt who| present as a specta...

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SOUTH SINGLETON C.C. v. SING STARS C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

I SOUTH SXSGCETOS r(.C. v. JSIKG I STABS Cfc. ;};: I Sootii Sisoletox.—FiraJnfijgs : 5. Gould 3, W. Larerty 0, Jgliespie 3, T. Houston 0, E. Gillott j ; p arr 3, C. Freeman 0, J. Atkins Ojj. Har nett <not oat) 2, F. King 0, caster 0; sundries, 5 ; total, 22. Wid' Innings: S. Gould : 0, Wi Lay? 2, 0. Freeedan 0,: J. Lancaster 1, jirr 6, E. Gillott 6, T-; Heuston 11, F vs;l 1, J. Gillespie 9, J. Burnett 2, (not out) 4; sundries, 3; iatlkb. Grand.total, 67. ? : J ; Rising Staks. —First Innia: J. Kerrigan 2, D. Kelly 3, M. Ji/16, J. Dnfiy 4, ?T. Dines 5, J. jonr. 2, W. Home 0, G. Gillott 2, T. Casack 5, W. Kigan (not out) .0; sundries, 5 ; *? 56. Second Innings: M. Jones 0, jgnes 0, ;W. Kerrigan 0, T. CusacJ| G. Gillott (not out) 1, J. Kerrig* S. Fredericks 1, W. Home 2/ Df-Hy (not out) 2 ; . sundries, 3; tb|[2. Grand total, 68. ' I

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A Word With You. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

A Word With You- Only poor accounts have been lecoiTed of late respecting tlio health of our old friend Mr. Donald JIcKay. We arc glad to find, however, by the following paragraph that he is still able to pnrsoc hi* favourite art. The tyurendanrt Times, of the 2St!i instant says: "The services at St. Paul's Church on Christmas Day ivere of a more than ordirary character, and included, in addition to the usual cbnnts. Dyke's Tc Dtnot water's Jitbihite. Tuc beaatifal solo,ia> the latter was well snDjt by a gentleman who, happily for musical circles, has recently bc como a resident of Ipswich. The Anthem was ilaclarrcu's, " Behold, I bring yoa good tidings." , : . StACGirrsaiXO licenses wets granted to Henry Bailej, of Kelso, li. Kanlkner, of Lairmont, and J. C. ri. McDouall, of New/ Frengh, on Wednesday and Friday. . Thcren has been no other business on the paper sin# ( Inst report. At Jeny's Plains one inebria was brought np ami remanded, in the expe tation that he would get sober...

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"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1st, 1881. 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

"SWOBBT TO HO MASTER, OP NO SKCT AM JL" "'be'just axd fjear sot, Let ai.Ii the euds tiiou aim't -*t be TOT COUNTBI'S, TttY OOD'S, ASD TliCTIl's. SATURDAY, JAXTTARY 1st, 1881. ISSI. '. ' .:- .-.'.. The old year, with all its sins and Borrows, is dead and buried, and a bright new year breaks opoii us "ttiis' morning fall of hope and promise, as ali new years are. Ono more unit in ? the tale of the years of the Christian ' dispensation has been added .to the .total, and the roll of ISBI, which some > writers think is the fast of the era, has already, begun-to unwind. What may be ? disclosed daring' its coarse—what ' nay be written in tho recesses of the roll—none can say. The poet tells as that , "Heaven from all creaturcs hides the Book of Fate;? ?" : '?% All bat the page prescribed—the present state." . Bat even Alexander Pope's assurance is not* sufficient to-prevent men, in this enquiring, restless age, from trying to : unravel the mysteries of the future, and predict by the aid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

JAS. HUTCHISON, GEKEBAL / <f&\*' Q^/? AUCTION Ffl^X^ Sirgleton, %S / Mnswellbrook, Peel-etreet, Tamworth. * CoIocWPrcdiiceofrrayeiscjripticiifcOTght UIU _ L ? cricoid. WORKING WATCHMAKER & JEWELLEf Awarded First Prize for collection of Jewellery, Singleton Show, 188o. Watcfces from £2 to £30, Clocks from 7s. 6d. to £6, Spectacles to suit till eights, from Is. 6d. to 10s. 6d GEORGE STREET, SINGLETON. g?te*r of ffttorfr, COBKEE OF ..KENT AND HIGH fcTnBETS, SINGLETON. * '^ HarmoDinm. J. DINES, Carcase & Family Butcher JOHN STREET, SINGLETON. r - "SIKGLETONARGUS'l^ JANUARY, i88i.^B?5 MR. A. J. GOULD, SOLICITOR, &c OFFICES—GEORGE STREET, SINGLETON. G. BEOOMFIELD, Furniture and Bedding Warehouse, GEOKGE STBEET, SDf GLETON. Iron Bedsteads and Chairs of eveiy deEcription. All country orders to toe amount of £10 packed free of charge. BE. M. 3Vr^LDDlC3Sr, MJ>. Qneea's CJniTenity, Ireland, 1868.'M.8.CM?ste] of enTgery), Dβ., 1870. tift Apothecarie...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 January 1881

I Correspondence? ' ; v. ?? : -::-:/- : -????'?-.:.': tibullus.. .J? letters mxistU tujnedhy th) aiithoTS- We Meet to libel*, personalities, jbttte, and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to those ?ho cannot afford to leaste one tide of % sheet. Our column* are open to all, but ve w> not rcsjontiblcforenr correspondents' opinions. . (To the Editor of tlus Singleton Arpu.f g, B> _Ailow me to correct a: few verbal verbal inaccoracies in " Euca lyptus Globulus," wuicli appeared in Wednesday's issao. I am not often troublesome on tbis score, as I believe printers have a good deal to contend with in deciphering manuscript. Ia the second ycrsa, read .' a~ all healing powers : : and in the third Virsa .And thru in Greater Britain, we O'er every hill and gla<lc Vi ?JHaTeirtniii ,? ? .

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