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[?] (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

[?] (From the Government Gazette.) IMPOUNDED at Murrurundi on the 3rd day of August, 1874, from. Chilcott's Greek by Mr. E. Hall sum due at date of notice act after each animal:-Bay -imiTe;-S.-pv?cH;.:Bear?' sfcouldeTi junto ;offr; 'tail; -aged, ;I5- "baiday'lOs,";;, bfa~ktata&e&.l ever -iudistmct braxad laear slHwlder t _S 'aaaasi^'SS^; Jsiss^ ; s??lW?te,-i^psa?te^a^^ .'?litba^'i'J.eaw^ braiidiieai abonldcr; scax off loiiw, Syears, ; ; Gfc^^^;^'?aa-^ ; )EsqK.:—a*a?bald horse, indescribable braud like. VK in OEe near shoulder, 5 years, 15 hands, 15s. Od.—X Itobertsaa.i, v. Inipotttided at Bendemeer, on the 23th day'of Jnlyv L574,. from Bendemeer, by' order of F. &? Perry, Esq.,'--P. :—Yellow poley cow, near car cropped, H near rump, like T near thigh. 'Also,-on the 30th, from Bimbanda. 'by B. A. G. Stitt, Esq ; damages and driving, ss. each :— Chestnut ruare, star, long tail, off hind foot white, broken, near shoulder, aged, 15 hands ; bay mare, black points,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] of Newsca[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

[?] of Newsca[?] From a short account of Church Work, in the Diocese of Newcastle, in 1873, published by order of the Synod, we ex-<*> tract the following interesting items:— CA3SII4S XSO MECJUWA. It will be sees from the iists of. eontri bntfons that larger Miiiis hava been col lected in this extensivo' district for 1673 than in any former, year. Through the Parochial Church Fund sufficient has been raised, in addition to tho £100 granted by 'the Diocesan Council, to provide- the -Stipends cf two Clergymen without: any call for additional contributions. This SUCCms is, under God to bo attributed to the zeal of those laymen who undertook the work of collection. £31 14s. Id. have Been contributed to the Clergy Widows* snd Orphan's Fund. £13 155.6d.0f this amount consisting or thank, offerings de ?'. voted at the time of churching, a practice by which the givent have been enabled to realize that their ogoriag i? one of thank ? -: fulness andnot afoo. 7*7.--J-.Jj'jy- ?; Y...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

.AT *Ca£<3|^*gpfcti-^i'iiH"£ctaB F 00 -therJSth ;. : " iasC. fnna EisiAJt<sTUJvistt, H*s.ot Tfasmos awl ,: , Cttcs Uobs?isaii,aB!ei4' , t!ir?yi:aa? andwx r mocXktG. v , - 1 " . . *W"??Mtre<l"" ASTEOSTG, reef id. 6IRII as'Bencxal ?Semwtx , , * Apply ? * -' - *\ ?' MBS. T>. F. MACK3BTI*; ' "" ' ' Tffmirrtbivb, ? 1 , -* ? 1 , Wasteti. ?? - - . A GOOD GtKKBAX. SESTAST. Apply jPL fat ! C ?Suis^sto&s-^ „ , '. f |t?0' -fVimpefen*. FKHTCEBS. 'find Jig JL tbetostdves lit tools- send' rmtloae.' Hi?best WBgcsgivea to good workmen. 1 Apply to * i " - , A. A. DAST6AK. Baropua, August 11th, 1874. V?/ AXT?ET? Bnyei* for Kenr lia' * * perdoaen. .. ~. , s ' - ' , „," K. B; SaVkISS,; ~" v ., ~ Hunter Blver Flptg-MIU. Kimter Sltct Slow 31(11; " JOHir BXUXET, KIKQLEXOX. . , flails JTmbasignod begs to -tlarnk the in- X haUtailts of ~<be^THstri!C* ff 3hr" tlieir liberal support at the Mil! lately occupied by bim. at the Hiilsi C*ee?ge-<tre...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August l7. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August l7. THE ATHELETIC CLUB—On Saturday the Atheletic Club held their sports on the Albion ground on which occasion a good programme was trotted out, All the pal" prizes fell to 23rz a new ped in Maitland ; be won tho Cup, tlie Ladies' Prize, Valued nt £10, and ? one of themselves, the seventy-five yards race, the conning; long jump, and be and McCartney won tho three legged race. -Doylo won tlie walking mnffh, and J. Smith the running Meh. jump; the winners of tho other events I did not learn. Tien Fxsoi-etox Show.—Maitland is foinjf en masse to the Show to bo' held at mgleton on "Wednesday and Thursday next, and as Thursday is tho seoond day I antici pate that the crowd oa that-Jay-will bo nn preceilonted. will bo'almost -tle - Sertoli, as alt the business establishments will be dosed—from, tho merchant's .warehouse to the little .fruit shop ; Snd the weather, in ifll probability, will be oonld be. desired.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] THE CAT. [BY P. Jefferson Wa[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

[?] THE CAT. [BY P. Jefferson Wa[?] On the floor of his gun yah so cold and dump. By the flickering hare of old [?]lush lamp. Dejected and lonely a sawyer sat. And sadly be mused as he "whipped the cat? , ? Kept by that rafian, TSssothy Tlibb? Where the b=imaid of hiali, with her eoasSnt way, ' ' Enticed mc to atop all tha day Talipotboosed?p -i bother coaxingstrain Witt not get mc on tha* there, lay again- Old why dktl grade that vile rot-gut, | A.nd get assy nbixo? so horribly cat. And my noaeJC?Ocked crooked—my Up puffed -np. Till it looks like that ota.-poiaoceiJ.-pnp, 'AndryawlUkea dingo with terrible pain t By thunderi X*tt never get drunk again. ' J£y brain feel* ready-to burst ia trro, SkoS. horrible symptoms of derila blue Begin to creep, name—my haada tbey shake— " Afc the faUofa leaf I tremble aad quake, Aad cold, clammy sweat ooses from, my Aril dotiftzt fed-awfU?y aambehed just now I Fbr shioold I toy faculties ever regain. By jingo t I'll never touch liquor again t Ala...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original Poetry. THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

Original Poetry. THE [?] Then cold pen wraps this suffering [?]y Ah! whither strays the immortal mind It cannot die. It cannot stay. But heaven it darkened dust behind; Tben uaembodied doth ittiace. By steps, each, plaaet'ii heavenly way. Or CB at once lie-raulmti of space, A thine of -eyes the-, all surrey. Eternal, msdecayed, A tbo?*t unseen; hot ?e?mg:JC - AH,'allmqcth.cM-skwrdtqJ?yeg. £adi fainter trace thut naacif held*, ttodnrilyotdcpajittddayt* - "bt one brotadgtaace the seed beJadid*. _ Andatttfcafctwasatot?ceaurrej*. - Befo?tecrc?*ioap?pJed?atli, Amt where the &rthe?t heavens bad birth, _ "The- spirit Jbsaee its riaing track-; Andwi??ethefatmeaMuw oc make*. JtegbNaCQ-ffifrte o-*eratt:to be, Fisedjftiteowa eternity. Above our lore, hope, hate, or fear; Zt lives all passionless and pure. Its: age shall fleet like earthly year. Tta years a* moments shall endure Away, away without a winjr, O'er all, through; all; iU tliought shall lly, A nameless and eternal thing, forg...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

MELBOURNE. Hewlett has been arrested in Sydney in pursuance of a warrant for his apprehension on a charge of procuring abortion.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

[?] Mr. R. P. Abbott and Mr. Jas Jones have been nominated for the representation of this electorate. The show of hands was in favor Of Mr. Abbott.

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Northern Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

Northern Agricultural Asso ciation. THE Committee of the Northern Agricul-<*> tural Association met at the Royal Hotel on Saturday last at 11 a.m. There were present Messrs. S. P. Dight (in the chair},, A 7 A, Dangar, H. Macdonald, G. Loder, James Moore, J. C. S. Mcltouall, C. Durham, J. Browne, -A. Munro, IS. tsiaxlttnit,aud a. T. iodor. hujctes. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COBRESPOHJSESCK. Tho only correspondence was a letter from Mr. W. C. Browne, Jd.li. A., accepting the invitation of the Committee to bo pre sent at the Show nnd dinner, i ACCOUNT. -The-only .acconnt: presented was from Mr. George Lloyd for the sum of £121 Is. fur improvements created at tlio Show ground. It was passed for payment. . MONEY TAKEKS. , .It was resolved that tho following gentlemen should be .-requested to act as money takers for Wednesday for the hours specificd :— i . From 11 n-tn. to 1 p.m., Messrs. Alex. Munro and Matthew-Waddell. From l.p.m. to 2 p-...

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[?] of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 August 1874

[?] of Singleton. THE Municipal Council met on Wednes-<*> day evening last at the usual time and place. There were present:—His Wor-<*> ship the Mayor, (Mr. Alexander Bowman) Aldermen Quinn, Adams, Monro, "Wilson, Murray, Gates and Robinson. "~ *V." " WnXCTES. The-, minutes of the last "meeting-were Jmd. confirmed. ~ _ . . , , "._ ; COBItBSTOXDES-CE. The following letters -were read >—To . Messrs. MorrU Mid Stinnor with reference to their contract. , i i . . ," , , To Mr. Hill respecting- the pipes he. wished to lay cross the foot-path - to carry t}£f surface water-' ' " , To Captain &:-!*£! Xoder, informing him that tho Conncil agreed to rent him , tbo paddock for tbonse. oftlieVbluntccis, for.whiqk he had made application. . - ?From tho Colonial Architect in refer-, onco to.athc , Court- House dock, stating that the Minister for Works had approved of. its being placed under tho control of "tho Council, on the understanding that it remains the...

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English News. [BY CABLE.] Singapore, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

English News. [BY CABLE.] Singapore, August 20. A KURTURE is threatened between China and Japan in consecetence of the expedi- <*> tion fitted and by the latter Power to make reprisals on the Formosens for leged borlxiritioK to Japawse sailors^. - China is making imiuauw war prepara tions. ' Obituary r Sir William Fnirbxlrn, Bart; * F.R.S. ' . August 22. , Austria and Knssia, it is asserted, agreed to lhc recognition of-tlio Spanish Gorcriiinciit in pursuance of mi nsrreeineiit between the Emperor* of Russia. Germany, and Austria, cntored into at Berlin, to take common action respecting nit diplo matic questions that shauld'arisc affecting the pence- of l&si-opr-. In France n Bonapartial has been elce-toilfor Caldados by a largo majority. Tlie Londpu colonial wool shUjb opened this evening, .the arrivals being 200,000 hnlcK Upwards of £000 bales were offered. The attendance of both hotno and foreign buyers was large, and tbo bidding commenced with' great spirit...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

LONDON. At the opening of the Wool Sales the com- <*> petition, was well maintained, and prices continue firm.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, August 25, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYD NEY. Tuesday, August 25, 8 p.m. The Macgregor, with the English mails, left California on the With instant. A meeting was hold on Monday night in favor of Denominational Education at which there was a large attendance—Bishop Barker in the chair. , ? The lion. K. V. Abbott has "been re-elected. t?r TcnicrficM Iryalatrje tasjitity. Mr. Owen, Deputy-registrar' of t Doe' Su pretne Court is ileail. Jit. the Snqncst a ver dict was frtveit that deceased hmt tutcntrta overdose of chloral hydrate iniaistaTse. AcTucsolutiott oEtho AucklknXministry ia expected, „ . i -" .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Californian Mall Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Californian Mall Service. The Hon. Henry parkes, when address- <*> ing some thousands of electors at the Vic- <*> toria Theatre a few evening age, spoke for three hours, and during his speech ferred as follows to tho CaliEbrnian Mail Service -— _ .... j tie" had for many year* advocated the . establishment of a mail ecrsrseo across the Pacific, aiul sixteen yeath"a*<s ho strongly ndvocatPii the comreciion of this colony with America, and Europe by means of a mail service acrons the Pacific. lie b.'lievcd he was tho first man iv tho colonies to make -sited a proposal. Jlauy yeara "ago lip carried resolutions in tho Assembly in favour of it.; and sixteen years ago it was finally adopted, prin cipally, ,h? might say, by liis support. The "service that .was then established failed, although it was snb-idiscd by £55,000 per annum from ,tho ,Xcir Zea land Uovernroc>at,'and JE*>3,ooO per annum from "the CJeverniiicnt of Now South Wale*.' A? soon...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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SALES OF EXHIBITION STOCK. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

SALES OF EXHIBITION STOCK. FRIDAY. On friday last the asnal saess of exhibited stock commenced. Three auctioneering firms having[?]engaged. each was allowed as hour in turu Fal Ninth, ane w.i'.niilte,! lirst, and forth,->-e tlitr h'ddmg was spirited, cit*jn_; th** pnce-sto range r.itbor-nisli. .v!i.-i-r? mtvtp'gH v\ere_di>.pt>se-a <'f vveth-SMntediKieuity, and tlie time- that was taken np iv tlio salr ?.f these caused tlie hnrv>? stork to ??? kcr.it back till late in .the afternoon. By the amuiiut that vv(us taken .at 'lhe gates, £12 Ss. 3.-L*. it will hx Mseh that t litre ??a.s a good number of pessona inte-rested in the-sale. We give *he particulars of the . sates below. . -j I, - TjCC CJ,*rBT.E.' ' " , " By Messrs. Wolfe and Badjjwv- For James White, prizo fat <m£ £Ift C. nnd X.; Keys, pcirchasers ; for R. T. Keys. tvvnr-fat Hereford oxen,' ,£l4 Ifr*. and £\G 55,, T.X. Cooper, purchaser;, lor James White, Jat ?x, g\t 5-t, T. L_ Cooper, purchaser ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. MAIDEN, HILL AND CO. RETORT :- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

SYDNEY MARKETS. MAIDEN, HILL AND CO. RETORT :- Tallow.—Market still keeps firm, with an upward tendency; bright parcels of beef sell well in the absence of mutton, of which the marts are bare; good coloured parcclscoiiiiu.iud full prices. Quotations-- Mutton, scarce, £33 to £35 ; beef, £30 to £33 5-=. ; station, £14. to £32 ; .slush, £13 to £14 per ton. Hides;—A fair number w.-.s offered and disposed of at prievs "i aiinJi higher than those obtained l-ist week. Horns and Bones :—We diK-ioscd of some thousands, nt the following r.ilr-- :— H"rns.g???d. afids. l<>2e"-? ; ditto mi-iliiini at 20s. to 25: i; inferior .it I.ls. to 10s. per 100 ; shankboncs, fair to good at £9 to £11, ditto inferior at £o to £3 per tor.; hoofs at 50s. t<> 80s. Leather :—Tho market. is very bare of superior lots, consequently, any really good parcel brought forwaid renliicd very satisfactory prices ; sole has.an upward tendency ; kid is in excess of demand; calf and yearling inqui...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER-UP till Monday morning last the weather of the previous week continued the days being night and the air fresh and pleasant Monday broke cloudy. md xlig-ht tsou ePatmeaeed- the tempera ture was close -and muggy, ?rid the air swtae jchal- oppreasfve-." The- testtperainre dn- the 'a-rerafie v mild, though, sometimes -rather wiaocrthan agreeable, and. tbe- nights, eon titme to he cold. A. tittle. rain, fell on Monday, but" towards, -the afternoon tbe -weather- clearer!, a *"" 1 ** became heaniSnEy jTue. conTStrarng so Uirooglioutyehttnlscy; a fresh srestetlv wind has smce prevaf^ed.- TSE EaCes.—The fMaglctwn Spring Baces commenced this mornmg on the coitrwei near 'Sar-Howe'S-apiideuce The entries fooc the diflcrehteveriis 'are numerous, cspec?sHs" (ss we stated fa "car JfSt issue) for the three. principal one**, for which that axe in" the .aggregate sixty-three nominations. "Some good hones front this suit tire if Jutland dis trict ase-lh the ncld, an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

The Dinner. The annual dinner in connection with the Show, took place at Mr. Asli's. Royal Hotel. Singleton, on Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. The viands and wines were of the best arid were placed upon tliS tables. in; great, quantity. ?.?iu;ich so tliat . tha; table* ;lstcr-Il!y,- gro-iriedguilder, the good things prov'tled.";'; AlxiutflOO iri'eri eat * l ow*htp'diijirier. V Daring tho re ,past!the : inane*' ia.'!ari adjitfs'in'jjrPrViii!, a'*.i ovefy-! tliirig p-t.plspsajttlyj; while justice was being ''":'?'??? - ; -." V MW S." B.C Diirlit'ftlieseiiior; Tico-pr&?i-! tlie; iiisht.j?tfc J Tirfees-j r <&;Ar' : "T-J-W.'**' ;M r . ;G,;v r^^f^-f^H|j"^t|'a.VSee: .' ichair.;.- V ;;';i!Y:Us;-Y;';!,;ft'';;>!.'YY , ; : ~.Tlie itltg.hatid. playinK tiie national, air, three rcl^pc^;*Mnig-j^vcii:i>yaifjiroii^^Y-.-YY'-' --, Y,ii>nieiV.*rice-<if"i!\>'-ds*?^tid>{l tlti Rtfyal I FAniifj*,", fjl'oWed,. tfritfr tlir-t;? cheerr*, the j V.'i ~V , ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. MAITLAND MARKETS. M. MOORE'S REPORT:- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Commercial Intelligence. MAITLAND MARKETS. M. MOORE'S REPORT:- Horses, of inferior description, £1 to £6; good Draught Horses or Hackneys, from £20 upward. Hay, oaten, £3 to £5 10s.; lucerne, £3 10*. to £4 10s. ; per ton, according to quality. . Maize, 3s. 6d. to 3r- 10d., per hnshel. Bran and Pollard, ss. lOd- to Cs.lod. ; per ton. Bacon, id. to 64. per lb. Cfieeso 3d. to od. perlb. I have abcut' a toil for sale to-morrow. Hides, -Id. to sd. per IK Skins, sjd. to 7Jdl per-lb." Tallow, 26*. to 28s. Ci-dar . Boards, from 20s. to 30? per 10U feet "wholesale. 4tl. to sd. per foot retail. I have sold 6,000 feet this week of very good Cedar, at satisfactory price, nnd cleared off all tlie inferior at £1 per 100 feet. J have on hand about' 12,000. feet' of very fair cedar for sale, by auction or otherwise. There is not more than 3,000 feet Tor sate in West Maitland,: beside the above mentioned- Wo have, a large, as sortnient of Furniture; Prapery' goods,. Cuttlery, and Saddlery, for sale ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Crown Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

drown XttntX Sales. I THE following sale, of Crown Lands will take place at the Police Office, Singleton, on Saturday next the 29th day of August :— COUBTRY LOTS Let A. portion 81. area. 41 acres-1 nywL, county Dnrham. parish Hawick : ndjicent to the northern boundary of J. TVcidcrbum's 2,500 acres, *and tlie southern and eastern bomtdaries of P. M'Donnld** conditional-pur chase of -t?> antes, portion 70. , Lot I>, pto-thui Jt~>. area. 40 acres, comity Hunter, parish. Jr*iribil; 'adjoinin*r the Boutfi era boundary .of W. J. Baxter** conditional purchase of 40 acres. Mo. 31. Exclusively Of a road 1 chain -wide. Selected by James: Fnccr. Last advertised 27th July, lt>74. Lot C, pcrt'iwi 84. area. 105 acres 2 rood* 24 ]tcTchcs,, county ? Northumberland, parish Wcu^Orabr; -adjoining the northern boundary of J. Cobccoft.'s 175 acres 2 roods. So. 70, auii the eastern of Festns Tour's 500 acres. Last advertised 37th July, 1874. All the above at the. upset price of £1 per acre. ...

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