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Fealty to a Comrade [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Fealty to a Comrade The Wowing is an oxlrjct- from, a pri vate loiter dated Pezwnn, March 26 : — Lnnlomnt Tlinrlowand Lieut," Koid; of the o 1st Regiment, wore at Jagdfdak Kotil nud were riding down to Jagdaluk, threo milcBofl", on tho afternoon of'the 22ad, when about a mile from tl\e KoUl they wore fired into by a party of Qliil zais, Timrlow was hit by two bullets, one througli tho wook und one through tho lungs, and foil back dead. Hold's pony Etftrtud ofl", but ho pulled tip and wont back, gutting there jtwt jibouo of tho Uhilcam arrived at the body. This man Krcd at lieid ho closo Hint six indies uf hie elccTo were cut nwny and coat mid jersey burul. Nothing but hi.spmy ihfmg at the bitrrel of tho gun saved him. ITi turned round and blow tho mun'n bruins out with lus>Tov olvor. AU ihia ti'nu thirty or fqrLy.men woro running down firing at hiin,;.nnd seeing (hat Thurlciw wus quite do&d; ; ho gallo|ioJ oil' to Jngiliikk nnd got Some men who brought tho body in.' They ...

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

Statistics. 1 he estimated population of tho Gorman Empire at the end of 1878 was, in round .unmoors 44,211,000. It has been officially stated that no less than 600,000 tons of the now sub stitute'for butter called tho oloomnrga ririo wore Bhippod from the United Slates loEnropo during tho past year. , In the first week of May tho total number-'' of paupers in London was 80,887, of whom 47,540 were in tlio workhouses,' mid 89,83$ received outdoor . relief.-"?; Cbuipared with tho correspond ing weeks, in the years 1879, 1878, and 1877, theso figures show an increase of 8379,,5824, and 472? respectively. Indian papers report that, during tlio past year, 80 divers engaged in the pearl ?fishery: in tho Persian Golf lost their lives, most of theiri being victims of sea ? monsters. Tlioivaliio of the pearls taken in 1879 in tho Persian Gulf was set down at about £300,000.' . ; The economy already secured bysitb stituting Bteel for: iron, in: railways amounts to an annual saving of over £1...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Detached Pieces. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Detached Pieces. ?'?;Thb' European Mail, in an article deprecating tho formation of a British ; nnd Colonial Zo'lvoroin,- observes 5 :*—? "The time, was.when,.certain brands.of manufactiirod' j-.riit'los would always ???? Bocuro a ccrfiiiu prfct>.. It is now ascer tained tlmt>'goncls.-'p'qnal; if. not superior, to "thorn can bu [iroeured at a much loes cost cither from Germany brAmerioe, and Australian importers naturally, go to tho cheapest, market. Then, again, tUo clSugliah maimfaelurors aro, ne ! m rule, far too conservative, and not-quick enough to study tho peculiarities of. the markets in which they might find'an outlet for their goods. Tho remedy , for this., atato of things.of conrso lies with the ' manufacturer/) themselves, and % a Cuutonu Union would do little, if any-* thing , , towards.mending* matters."' - A lnrga company assembled by jnyi tation on tho Havana steamor Oity of Alexandria to inspect the pporatipn of tho now.B?lf-loHling.bortbs.with which.'". that ...

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The Victorian Education Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

Th9 Victorian Education Ao't. Tho Melbourne correspondent tojfcha Geelong Times says : —" It is stated on the very best authority Hint it is' the inlention of Sir John O'SImnissyJas the loader of those in the country tyho desirod ah addition to the Education Act to oppose ovcry Govornmeht will not mako tho concession' of paying for secular results ia other than Stkto Bchobls, It is said that Sir 'Jphh'n ehullt'iigo to each new Govornmcq£"irill be thin : —'You want' your CohHtitu|ion lieform 1.1 ill passed ; ive want bnir E>lu catib'i'i-'liisform Bill carried. .Pass bur bill tor"ita, iiud if yours is reasonable wo wili assist you to carry yours,' 'T hphrd it stated by persons with authority 'that if Mr. Horry returns to office ; 'at' this juucturo, Sir John jO'Slianassyand those in the now house who arp prep ared to support him will wot allow any* thing lb bd: done till a plodgb'is given by tho Government that soma concession iri tho matter of oducation wtlj-be 'made to' Roman Cat...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Humour. AN AMMUNITION THAT MAY BE TROUBLESOME. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

AN AMMUNITION THAT .MAT BE j TROUBLESOME. . ? j Geitebai. Ruaqwss, of Virginia, has a plan for producing a fall of rain at will."... Hi* proposition is' to.'sand:- ap o?rlrl3goa. ? of dynamite in ehoap balloons and / explode thomftmeng tho clouds. ?; If this thoorj frirnft hut to be corrooi it may lead to some aUrm ing complieetion!w Bj-ond-bjeevery farmer in tho land will have hie rain-produoing ap pRTSiXm ftiiil will be brineiog on showeia.at riloa?tirc. Sifiitb,-whose root crop? need a shower, will mako wetweatber, while Brown, who ia tfttiaa -in bay, wante a dry .spell. Tbie will ted to-endicsa trouble in the oonclry, had the new plan .will not work muoh bettfr' ir? the oity.. Bomd malleique person belonging to :a xival .Sundsy. eohqol ?ill fchooi eff a wet day on the other eohool when it goea off on an >x?nrsion. One political party will throw cold water,on'the out dooi. mcetirge of the other -political party, and as thero is always some person nbo linn a ep'ito at some othe...

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

STILL AT IT. -Bitroit Free Treis. It may seem inerodihlo that Keely is .still working at hia motor, but such ia tho case. It may seem more inorodiblo that there are any aonsiblo men who still boliovo in tho humbug. Twonty capitalists from Boston and Now York recently visited Philadelphia and wero treated to a private exhibition of tho notorious Keely motor, at tho workshop, 1418 North Twentieth-street. Tho pro ? ce6dings wore kept very quiot, both Kcoly ' and tho direotors refusing to say anything to I tho inquisitive reporters about tho trial, I further than that, as usual, it was o complete j success. Motor stock is going up, and a big I sensation is promised in af ow days. Perhaps Itha stock-holdsrs imagine that they can in this way work off somo of their worthless stock en a gullible public— Tsnxs.— Tho whip .to lay ovor the top of the trifle should bo made the day beforo it is required for table, as tho flavour in better, and it is more solid thira when prepared tho esuno day. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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THE PROSPECTOR'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

THE PROSPECTOR'S DEATH. What's in the wild hilis sighing, Soft o'er the snows and the pine, -Sighing, sighing, ? Afar on the day's decline ? ? What'B in the hn? on the hillside ? What's on tho oot by the wall? Hillside, hilUide, There where tbo snow oovere all ? Faintly he eigbs wbile he's dreaming— Smiles to the vieioue that come— Dreaming, dreaming, Dreaming of ohildhood and home. "Father, and mother, nnd nister " List, he hath'something'to esy— " Sister, nieter," Sing for me—' Qneen of the May, , " Far is his father and mother,' Far ie his Bister away— "Mother, mother, Pray for mc, Wbs mc, and , pray." Dead in hie bed on the hillside, Dead on his cot by the wall, Hillside, hillside, There whoro tbo snow covers all. Green Iβ tho trail in tho springtime, Adown by the broad brook's eido— Springtime, springtime, Green einoa tho miner died. What'B in the wild.hills sighing So soft through the waving pine, sighing,' Af?r on the day's decline.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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ENTERING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

ENTERING IN. " -^K^ . C. B. Dobs. Tnn ohnrch was dim and silent With the hush before tho prayw, Only tho solemn trembling Of the organ stirred the air. , -Without, tho sweat, still aunahine, Within, tho holy calm, Whero prinat and people waitad ' ' For the swelling of the psalm. Slowly tho door awung opan And a littlo baby girl, Brown-eyad, with brown hair (ailing In many a wavy curl, With aof t ohoeka flushing hotly, Bhy glances downward thrown,, And small handa clasped boforo hoy. Stood in tho aisle alone; Stood half abashed, half frigataaed* Unknowing where to go, Whilo like a wind-rooked flower. The form sway ad to and fro; And the ohanging colour fluttered In the littlo troubled faoe, As from aide to side aha waverad With a mute, imploring grace. It was hut for a moment; . - What wondor that wo smiled. By such a strange, Bwaot picture From holy thought* beguiled t When up rose somo one aoftly, And many an oye grow dim, Aa through tho tender silence Ho boro tha child with. him. ...

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SHE HEARS BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

SHE BEARS BURGLARS.' ?Saturday Unino. . TiruBB is an ajpeot of a burglar panic, .whioh ib far from oomio. Whon, after an: ?hour's poaooful sloop, ono la disturbed by ono's wrfo, ono'fl troublo.1 begin. We oak what slio is doing, " Listening," 'is hat.-.-: reply. Tho suggestion that ahp; should dip: down and go to sloop is snubbed- by/ an/ authorotivo but alarming " Hush I" :Nature asserts itself, and we again dose, to bo/ immediately awakened by tho words, .*,' I am.: sure I heard a noise." Wootfortogetupaud:: tako a walk through the house to see if any thieves are in it. "Oh, no, for goodness/ sake don't do that," is tho reply. Of courso, / one gdts a refroshiug night's rest after this little opiiodo. On another night, at two in tho morning, one* of tho dog* is hoard/.to' bark. Wo look round, and finding all quiot,J giro it asoar opinion that ho must have hoard -: the game-keeper walking round tho house, ; or that if some thieves had come /.with/ burglarious doiigns, thoy have been...

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AN INTERVIEWED ACTRESS. THE HORRORS OF STRICTLY V[?]ATIM REPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

AN INTERVIEWED ACTRESS. Tka Hobbobs bv Stbictlt ' ViBBATiir: I EmrOBTiiird.' ; I Maybb the reporter didn't know how to! intorview an actress, and maybo.tbat'a why! ho had So much trouble. Having Bont up] his card, and bsing admitted to her' presence, ho stated hie business, and she said, languidly: "I'm eorryyou'vo come;. I don't fanoy you nowapapor men, and hato being intervievred," Maybo ho knew; this was fust said for offect, and that aho wouldn't iniietho interview for a heap, but' he replied. "Oh, well, then, I? vroii't' trouble you. Sorry I intruded. Good day." However, sbo got to tho door firat, and said: " Oh, now you're hore, I'll oblige you." And he answered i " Oh, no,! wouldn't trouble you for the world." "Bui' it won't bo vory much trouble." " Well, nover mind] I don't caro partioularlr, about it." "But>—but—in—fact—it will bo a> pleasure. I only objected because reporters always ook tho same questions,; and then don't print juat what you say." "Well, I'll try and...

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Sketcher. SOME SCOTTISH CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

MdfyM. SOME SCOTTISH CHARACTER ISTICS. The I icuura flour. ? ALTnouon so many hands have attempted to delineate it, the Scottish character is not very easily Bounded ; there is a subtlety and a varioty in it which a few crayon .'strokes.; Will by no means satisfy. Thia oharaote'r is composite ; the Lowlander and the High lander, meet in the oharaetei of the Dane and | the Englishman may each reeognhre Bonio features of .themselves. The first thing which Los usually impressed us is that tbe Saotoli mau is one who is always "keeping ups torriblo thinking "—a kind of man-engaged in a perpetual soliloquy, or rathor colloquy, with himself— "As I walked with myself I talked with ?'. myself, ?''?.; And myself replied to mc." ' ??' Wo some time since were dining lv Edinburgh at our Hbte by ourselves, bat in an opposite corner was a Scotchman dining also, and his mind seemed sorely exeroi?etl.- Qnite alone at his table, be wan altogether oblivious of any company in tho room, and at intervals...

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Miscellany. ABDUCTION CLUBS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

ABDUCTION CLUBS OF IRELAND O'JPlanigant fiUtory of tht Jfuntter Oiritiit. Tins'crhno of . abduction—carrying off young girls poMeMcd of fortane—has been an offence committed since very early times. Maids; wlvea aid widows have been the object either of cupidity or omorons designs, from the day* of Paris, son of Priam, to tho attempt of Mr; Gordon of Barnane to carry off Mus Arbuthnot, in recent years. Ab duction caused tho sioge and fall of Troy ; it lad to the invasion of Ireland by the Anglo- Normans; it induced tho Irish House of Commons to pass an Act in 10S4 for punishing all those who " earriod away maydens that bo inheritors.'' This statute was found insufficient to prevent the frequent commission of this offence, BO'tho Irish Par liament of 1707 made forcible abduction a capital felony, ? and this act also, rendered those. " who carried off heiresses, though not foroibly, incapable of enjoying their .wives' fortunes,"' Tho statutes recites how " one Joh/p O'Bryan, being a.pe...

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Household. RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

RECIPES -CSwr<Jvi*rfl??. I f, Mikob Piss.—Butter some pans well, and lino thorn evenly with lino piur-pasto rolled thin; fill.them with minoomoat, moiston tho. edges of the oovora, which should bo noarly ::?.'??'? quarter of an inoh thick, oloso tho pios Carefully, trim off tho superfluoua paste, moko a smull aperturo'in tho contro of tho ?'bruit with a fork or the point of a knife, ice : tho pies or not? at pleasure, and bake thorn :. half an hour in a wall-heated but not fierce ovon { lay apapct over them whon they aro .? 'partially donq should they appear likoly to 'take too muoli colour. ?' SioaiiVitAii Cake. —Ohop soparatoly and Very fine 1 Jib of veal quite froo from fat and akin, and Goz. of beef-liidnay suet; add a toa . spoonful of salt, a full third as muoh. of ?white poppor and of maco or nutmeg, with : the :> grated rind of half a lemon, and turn the whole well togothor with tlio chopping , Jrnifo until it is thoroughly mixed; then -''.-proas it smoothly in...

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Agriculture. SCIENTIFIC FARMING PRACTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

$$nmlktL SCIENTIFIC FARMING PRAC TICAL; Bcimtifla ?Atntriean, Mil. Bwokmabteb, before a well-atteaded meeting of farmers, ? held At Tadley, in England, tho other' rUy t to consider a eoheme for tcochinjf the aoienco of farm- ing, said that th?rb vii no opinion; more cleeplj' ingrained in th? mind of tho English farmer thon.lha belUf that thero waa.some antagonism betire?n icionco and practice. Soinoovsn went so far, as to say that the two are incompatible. ? The farmer who drains his land or tries ; o. now: manurt, or ? Hew macbirib, 6r a now crop, oalls himself a/practical man; he despises all experi ment, and laughs at the teaching ;of soisntificmen. Ho is not oonsoious that wbea ho is thinking over bow plana and 'adopting how.methods of cultivation he may bo illustrating in :hU' daily work a "series of chemical' and physiological oxperi ntanta of sitromo oomplexity ahdimpor tance. ? Men of the highest order of intellect, and whose rossarohes-wsro the most original, ;b*vo been - p...

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Poetry. LOVE, THE BETRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

?/??fflttog. LOVE, THE' BETRAYER. — XT. A. T:, in the Conihill. la ! in a dream Lov? came to me and cried, "Thi sanuner dawn ereeps over land and S e *? The widen fields are ripe for harvest-tide, ? And the grape gatncrera cuinD tn,e mountain aid*, Ih? harv??t joy is como; I wait for theo, Arise, oome down, and follow, follow mo." And I arose, went down, ,and followed him; T&s reapers song, came ringing through tho air, Btlow, the morning mists grew pale and dim, And on tho mountain ridge tho sun's bright rim Eoso swiftly, and tho glorious dawn was there, , I followed, followed Love, I" knew not whore. Through orauge groves and orchard ways we went, ? . The cool, fresh dew lay deep on grass and treo, Above our heads tho laden boughs wore boat TTith weight of ripening fruit; tho fuirit, sweet icent Of fragrant myrtles drifted up to mc; Blindly, O love, blindly I followed tlico! 0 Lovo, tho morning shadows passed away From off tho broad, fair fields of waving, wheat; 1 followe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

*??.MOS Dm? I—Thie, we?wanniPrje i^bSmfielafeTiie h?n?rodTiie d!Bphrt(pai !£toSu?e ? thi etomacfaio ancLoppetizM.. thfa of the Helvetian fs trnly dt-lfcioarf jftfStale a. well ? refreshing Wthd Runted inner jenn, and wer? cord ally Sink Mewre.M.'Mos* and Co., agenUof Sf nroprieWni for AusiraHa, **& throogh S!m It bft-obtatnea.'Wo advise to?end itiopsirf it and u> Jh. ??oek fiWre and cattle tender^; so do £UffottM*ln f?ct does Of to?lwptpperl?e. as a restorative and. Xffi££3*tojtto? cau be no doabt. £n£b iU ]tov?tt-.per JortJ is a Jena tftnquets. of Use most formidaWa anA ehronio {Swelvw incurable by ?n> .otter known Stan healed kinAy nnderf&MKttify- STand regenerating inflnenoe of thU excel totOintmeat. Bpaina, etifl joints,-eon. MAteAnnsoleftiina'SUaidaln ?welling lan ?ffiaWf 231, effectoaltr teal&-b? HeCyWntnientand-THlfc^hJch-can % no harm Jfndw, ?ny.dnpintfe?eie.i Ndtheroffteie?iedicamenti baa Arurthing Lcterionf in ito oompotitlon ; te&. '....

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"STRANGE, IF TRUE." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

"STRANGE, IF TRUE." E. A. 0. Such ,wft9jthe thought ;.that passed through my mind after hearing the taljeji mentioned beloWi and the-.discussion--that naturally arose concerning them. J_am( of cr'irso, no believer in " ghost stories,' , but, as many, of my readers ? doubtless; know, there aro oiroUm?tances which seem to; baffle all "attempts at explanation. Such, I think, are thoso whioh were repeated to mc, and which, believing they might interest our readers, I intend to write down ac they are Bald to occurred. Before, however, oommbnoin g to do so, I think it beat to say that/ all \ tho stories wero related by tho' persons' who were aotually concerned in them. j About three years ago, a .gentleman holding, a government situation at th 6 Cape, was residing, for a time, in thfe execution of hia duty, in a email village eomo distance from Cape Town. It woh, in general, a very quiet place, with only a few regular residents; a great many of! the houses remaining closed most of thp yea...

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Novelist. DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

§toft*I?t. DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS^ CHAPTER XXVII. BYGROSVENOB BTJNSTER, Author of " Mark Felton," " He Wiru Who Waiti," '"Abel BrailUg," §c, $c. "Mr dear," paid Mr. Lyons to his wife, us thi-y and tlmir adopted oMtdrtn sat at fcreakfott npou the morning following the first periormiiiioe ai Porridge Town theatre— ?'my dear, I have Borne Btarlling new), for you." The-lady , louked np imm contemplation? ?ol fn appoliaing pio'uro of hi>m and i-yji. " llien, my love, po that it bo Hgrermblc M well iib eiarthug, don* keep it any longer." "Well," eaid Lyons, eomewhat embar rassed," I hardly know. I am'not aware, my poppot, whether you have ever travelled on the vasty doep." " If you mean the noa," returned the lady," I lievo, and a preoioue sialicni-r I got of h id tiiu trip from London to Margate." "Ah 1" eaid her husband, " just co. That wyage, my enoet, waa jnat Btiffioioutly loog to bo nasty, and not euffioiently bo to ennble , yon to rcoover from- your naneoa nnd enjo...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

LONDON. Thawdsj." Tho Daily TclegrapTt states that tin Greek Government is mobilizing ill army, and a competent commission nil! arrive from France to reorganize it. ;; jMahomed.; Jan and adybral, dtbers. have recognized Abdurrahman ps Ameer of CabuL; '?'?;;; :i: "' :i ' :'.'""', ;,: " '?' : '*':;:' \ ;; "At a'Dijrbar'tobe held to-day, it will bo form ally announced that tho Indian ' Government'^ that >';?._*";'?' ',','' l*/. ?'It it believed' Chiria'hV .not .further hostilities .iritb'Russiai' ..' ;; ; ! Jt is rppbrted*- that England is; negc tiatmgwith"Persia forlhp purcaise ef apbrtjon of, the'coast on 1 Perwan Gal/, 'and:several' 'p^rtsj' : fl)es!djsi,.patt;''.pf' i fi|8 i land frPritier of Belbochiatah. 1 ';?'/?',", [ : ' It is reported that'the Brito'Bb'fljet in' Chinese waters ib to be BtfengthM^.;;;

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

bYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKBT. Friday. The cattle market is firm ; beit beef is 10s. to 12b. ' Sheep are very dull; wethers, with good fleeces, lis. b'd.

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