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A Sanetimonious Poker Player [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

A Sanetimonious Poker Player About two years ago (says the St. Louis Journal). Missouri River steamboat left Fort Benton with a party of tough and well to do miners on board. There were I also among the passenger* three or fonr i " brace men," and bcforo arriving at Sioux | city they had generally cleanod ont the ' pockets of tho minora. Tho boat stopped at Sioux city to wood up, and found, ; amongst others to got on board, a I ministerial-looking personage, with the I foh*-_st and most solemn conotenanco on ! him yon can well imagine. Ho was | dressed in a suit of black, wore a white I stove pipe hat aud choker collar, orna i mented with a black neck handkerchief. i Well, ho got on board, and tho boat | started down tho stream. For two dnya i ho wa_ unnoticed by tho other passengers, | but 0:10 of the sporta at last thought he j _n.w a chance to make something ont Of i tho sad mid melancholy individual. Tho i latter would, once or twice a day, step up to tho bar, and, with a voice ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDENY. Tuesday, July 14, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDENY. Tuesday, July 14, 8 p.m. GARDINER, the b[*]ranger, in still detained in Darlinghurst gaol. the report the he had left in the last mail steamer was without foundation. n Dr. Belinfsntehas-ceadrowned-m a river > near Gulgong. . ' v - ..„-;_..,' Mrs. "Belinfante, -who was with him, f?' saved, and now lies in a deimfxts' stale. - The Mercantile Bank has declared-'a -dividend equal to fifteen per cent. V, J-tain is general throughout tits eon-try; ' The Oraugo celebration yesterday at the .Tfrrhtbitiott Ihiit&mg, was a great success.' - 'Messrs; Alexander; Oliver, and John ISooth Jones, lucye been gazetted Szsminets of Titles. ." . .' ' -- -. -t.;.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wonderful Escape from Drenning. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Wonderful Escape from Drenning. On Monday last Mr. W.H. Hargra[?] son of Mr. Hargraves, the g[?] discoverer and Mr. W.J. Burn[?] son of the member for the Hunter, both charts in the Equity Cbart, ___?*_!S-_!_ by a. lad- mKr-ea. started'ra. a boat for JSrofca: Buy to-speed their ?_?___*-_" m-B*- T___r took p__s__e_?_-- _*__?__ fort-rig?*-.. ?--* f* eacfeir___-tof "_?-- gF"-* -op-l -few* _____Rt.-_-_-_!e!-j-__£w*****? ??g; T__?_3__*sr-e_t ia -he tseasra ."-a** _____*???_-_, and ?_?_*_ -tra J_s- ___-**_-_*- tbey -rem si-E_--e i? tbo t?_*t__-__i_? of B___t_-__>__C- __t -t___t __-_?_-&________*_b___ ft-un.- tiie south-west s-rocfc tho- bast, ______ngi___ ower____ the sea. -seat over,j___l ?_?ley with hor sail in the water. Fortti -natoK-, Mr. Hajrgraves bati the prraecco of muid to cut away tlto inner. *Va tlie rigbted, bet ia a. water-I._s.eii sari help loss condition. Tho ifi-iJ. then rotw siderably, <-''_. a Leave roa g. r _?_-. _-' "? party were tliree iil!*. - ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Agricultural Association [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Northern Agricultural As sociation THE Quarterly meeting of the members of the Northern Agricultural Association was held at Singleton on Wednesday last at half-past eleven a.m. The members ? prei____ -.*—__.-_.?-??-- _.—-— _-—-_.—. _-_ &?. c_-u__*, G- Unbar, C-rf-i. Ferer ?Bf-_-_l-fy v ._--_.P , r __-?-e__. James Moore* ti. £_ : __ ! <J__i_i-_ S e_ ?___ - C C _^_ps______ s _g v : __s_m___3*v ?>.??' ' _l_faick_na_mct___?£-____. &_&. SBCe___g wetrft ' i.rm_ stUh iiiiiT' 'Cr* . ' ' - '? Co?a_-_rT____-___g_. . Tbe fo__j-?Xi_g _e__ent __ccc read -—— : '"' ye't__>C_-__ttalSecretary wfth reference t# _-?<__**_ra_?e___ g*-ag__. \ . _ ' To ttc W. Ct IS T*,\ coaveying to -___>_ a. veto of-thanks, passed, at tbe p-rev-uaa. mtv-ting -Jor baa successful .?__ _e__-__r_: to j&eccre ties aforesaid grant feons. Government. > "- ? To 3-___u__ -Srimier'aad Spaafce,. of Kfattland, enclosing draft of a code of rales drawn npliytfte Commi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Commercial Intelligence [?] T_-_ir_v.--.—.?'.:-._.r.:'*'i_ -_J.vi_*s frr.ar Eng land __-*''---.:;<- t--_ri_., i _ro somewhat hct.tr, -.'.?_ "?<??..-. o::r __-.-_.7iU- to report.; nny _;:::^--...-."'--.???-'-:-- ;.::rc-- Oar catalogue v.-s_ c'oarfC- -- --:.-: _>.-':_??-In;, prices _-— ? _-.--?_, _.:_S to £30; : station, __:_- tc ___-.: ; ___ ; __. i_iS to £_?.- ? ; por 1 ..n. . ' . "- '?'' / ITldtv-.—-.-:*;'-? *-;?;--?? i. __r____3!y flat, ; i and the grca'.-.-i-t:-_.-:-.'.-???>'.y was espewsnead Its eSectttijr i-is ?'-'?"_?.;.. a reduction of i fully i-t_. to '~„_ -or Ji., the lots mostly-/ ? f 'sought efte" . ?~j ?_"_?.-?* and medium, ! heavies .icgi-*"--*?<_?__ --it,.-":-, hides, are In ... I fair Seman'i ; cal'skms -_.d yearSngo- ':?'; I easier. Quot-ttiotis :. >'..ht sfc Gd. to - 7d. j light at .__-_!. _o SJA ; medium a*' _.Jcl. to Si. ; _e_vy at -iR to .!&. per lb. j - hor__ hide, a--5_- to Ss. 3a.; __v.ings at 7s. _*_- to 10__....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Zealand. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

New Zealand. [?] The Governor has arrived at Wellington The ship Himalayas, while being [?] to [?], was caught by a gate which drops her one a sandbank, but she was cjugnrty gat o__. Am attempt _ab<____: made, fa estss* o_w__<-_r ___?__ __s---__e.3__? __f VeSiagfea. Toe ai_nou_-____ ____>&__" ss __*._V>9-L 4. poeGon cf _3_e ?__?_-_? v attggjadn _ba_. ct> _j__c_ti_-9sf_f?_?_c__a_he>_L -.A. JaKh-C-te stteo-pt at matter'hag : beest _aa_b at the .Harp of ___£>_ Hbtrf, i St -_a_v_T___g__L The prisoner was re. ; ___r___-d foe werk_ A Sre has -ccui-rod at OpetJd by. which Eeverai j.laees were destroyed. Sharp i-h iclt > ot earthquake havo been

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Museum Doors Nulled Up. (From the Evening News, July 6.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

The Museum Doors Nailed Up. (From the Evening News, July 6.) The public are generally aware that a war has been raging for some time between the trustees of the Museum and the curator. Things were brought to a crisis about 2 o'clock on Saturday, by the. trustees sending workman to nail up all the en- trances to the place. Mr. Krofft, the curator, states that a meeting of the trustees was called for Thursday last. On that morning Mrs. Krofft was so ill—her life being in danger—that he could not leave her. He slept but little for several nights, and was ill also—so much so that he could not attend to the meeting of the trustees, and therefore wrote a letter to them asking them to adjourn the meeting for a week, and explaining his reasons for making the request. The trustees refused to postpone, the meeting, and requested that the minute-book and some official papers should be furnished them. The curator declined to allow these papers and minute-book to be laid before the meeting unles...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Epitome of News. One of the  members for Collingwood {Mr. Everard) having had to file his schedule, has resigned his seat in the   Assembly, A warder in the gaol at Sandhurst, and a member of the Melbourne Metropolitan   Defence Force, both ccommitted suicide.   The would-be Sir Roger Tichborne   seems to have been given to the art of hiar dying. Since his incarceration at       Newgate his hair has lost its glossy jet black hue, and has assumed its natural         colour, which (significantly) is that of the     Doctor of Divinity.         The first quarter of revenue of the colony       was £876,000, being an increase of about   £100,000 over the corresponding quarter. The Government intend repealing that portion...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

SINGLETON POST OFFICE Mails close for the South, that is Sydney Bolford, Branxton, Lochinvar, West Maitland, Morpeth, Waratah and New- castle, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at   4.30 a.m. North.-- For Muswellbrook, Scone, Blandford, Hay? and Murrurrundi, Monday,     Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,   and Saturday at 5.30 a.m. and on Satur- day evening at 8 p.m. for Sunday morn- ings. Dispatch for Camberwell, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 6.30 a.m. amd on Saturday at 5 p.m. for Sunday's dispatch. South. - On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, to West Maitland, Morpeth, Newcastle, East Maitland, and Sydney at 3 p.m.   To Warkworth and Jerry's Plains on Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday, at 9.30 p.m. To Howe's Valley, on Saturday at 9.30 p.m. To Vere and Fordwick, on Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Saturday at 10.30 a.m. To Scott's Flat, West Brook, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

English Mail Mails will be dispatched for England by the different routes as follows:- Via San Francisco-1st August, 29th August and 26th September Via Galle and Suez,- 7th August, and 4th September. Via Torres' Straits, - about 7th August, and 4th September.   The nxt mail via San Francisco is due in Sydney on the 20th Julym via Galle and Suez 1st August, Torres' Straits 28th July.

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

The Singleton Argus.   "SWORN TO NO MASTER; OF NO SECT AM I" "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT; LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THE COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNEDSAT, JULY 15, 1874 OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1874.   OURSELVES.   IN making our law for the first time to the Singleton public we may naturally be ex- pected to state our intentions with regard to the conduct of the journal, which we now place in the hands of onr readers, under the name of the Singleton Argus. That we intro- duce ourselves nnder some disadvantages we am well aware, and these, no doubt, some may feel disposed to ignore, and prejudice may also influence the minds of others, who, because a similar project to tbat we have now taken in hand was a signal familiar in this town, believe that it is possible for a second attempt to meet with any better fate. With all due deference to those who may be unwilling to accord us their support upon such untenable ground as this, we would, observe that we do not feel ourselves called upon to attempt the removal of so absurd a prejudice, but must leave these good people in the hands of time, which, it is said, heals all griefs; and w...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 15 July 1874

Birth On the 7th July, at her residence, Murru- rundi, the wife of Mr. C. B. Street, of a son. Deaths Died on the 2nd instant, at Singleton, Lorn Mary, the beloved child of of John and Mary Ann Wilson, aged 3 years and 10 months. At South Singleton, on the 10th instant, Caroline Hopkins, the beloved wife of Mr. P. Cullen, aged 46, leaving a hus- band and five children to deplore their loss.  

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DAL CAMPBELL, HEPBURN, AND CO. REPORT:- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

DAL CAMPBELL, HEPBURN, AND CO. REPORT:- :' .Fat and soldto-dsjr, leaving 900 to bo offered to-morrow (Thure- "Thersnpply-'beiug so exceptionally large, and in excess of xeqniremeuts, prices as expected*; ruled lower, cay lls. Gi. to lSs. per head on last week's rates. "< 'Fat Sheep:—l2,3oo forward, all of which were "disposed of at s slicht reduction oa ;l?iat ; week's-ctirreneiee. Tho supply was .prindpnlly from Riverina, and consisted prime bea'vy weight wethers. Messrr. jPuelps*, of the Darling, realising 19e. . - ?? Fat-XambflL—Only 400 in, which were quitted at a shade over last week's rates. Beet, to 128.; medium. 8s 6d. t095.6d,; 'infeHoir, Ss. Sd. upwards. ? ? . ' ' ; Ftore Stock.—Oar remarks of last week are applicable to this, —a capital demand still "existing for all classes of good stock, and Save to report the salo of 1700 bnl -Ibtks in Nbw South "Wales and Gippe Land, ?from £5 se. to £7. Stations and Freeholds.— '.Station (Lachlan District), with 14,000 shee...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. [?] Hill And Co. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Commercial Intelligence. [?] Hill And Co. [?] Tallow.—We ________ __pc_t t__e__irf_t? | _v<ct __i m tbts- market, the. hiSS. t___*s e_?.*-____ly ddl both. lis-____*___. 3 - * H___at_—3E__. market- w-_s'e_ar-ftfc?. J___pp.___V__|__ f_-_.'____t , *--4i^_ ? n,^S ? -*"^._____!^___? l -^-*--- i ?*?? ___?W -rfeSj, -r-namyd n-.nlTw.J. tfan 9* r ? e= - eg Sf & -g -B* 3 -*-*- ?**?*??--_? -ftcfr SS^^^Usfssi _b_D_s_* _a_e? are without a&exatton, _*fci prm-V 7s_ "fld. to __?. 3d.; medium. __..-. _t.se_ 6d_ ______ * '*"? * - H-_r.-H.j_K._aiL 224 to _3id: num. *_4_t, to ,16<_.; waAed, cow, _._& to l__? Beeswaac, 1 _d. to 1 _3_L per !b. ;-?-'__?_-; Cattfe.—The snpply to nana _._,? "week was a shade under, reotarements. 2 and consequently prices li*______ed, __d X faHy 30s. per head rise waa noticeable 9 partjctdarly on prime quality beef wind. 8 sold as Kgha?_2_- &£. per 100 lbs. W„m\ sold 193 bead nt the Petersham Yard. _>B £7 5n- 64. per b...

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Death of Royal Head. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Death of Royal Head. THE cattle men of New South Wales will all be sorry, indeed, to hear that this cele-<*> brated and wonderfully good bull is dead adding another to the already far too long list of recent casualties, among onr pure bred stock. , Aa yet J am not in powesaon' of particulars, tbe bare fact only having; been announced by Mr. Frank Reynolds, by telegram, on Wednesday evening; but as tbe bull has been running in Iris pad dock, and not pampered np bis death has mora likely resulted front accident than disease. Of late years there has appeared to be at fatality banging over oar best im ported Hereford bui-__,->r___e of Wales and Oxford Lad having both died within but a short time of each -other; and 'now' that Mr. Reynolds has bad the misfortune to lose Royal Head, it may, I think, be said that tbe throe best bolls of tho white face breed brought to this colony for many a day have come suddenly and prematurely by. their end. Only last woek I published an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Gardiner Release Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

The Gardiner Release Ban quet. The following telegrams have been pub-<*> lished in the [?] from [?] Friday, 8.35 p.m. The Gardiner Re[?] 7i"ffiiywrricfhti- IrTtiristw ri"aT iwilii ? tribesscto the release o£ d** IWrni?&riHy is bsw gocss: est. is roouasr —&jusa?i£r OtjpwsyV SuCeX , There m a jagg-jeffi' ?tfii-srev Tbe rears .as em&fai?aticaEjr Aicesste-. w_2t Deaths BeaKl?xufCrom?_?aes,Jte.. SatantxyvS 7-Cpoou - Tt—x "GardSa—c TTmTimni last .night waaaswoceas. The cbtfr ws-J-M by Aldec--- Besuc-ngtoo, sst_ the -sice ej-tir by Alderman Simpson. Zbetontof '!Xf? QneenT wsa_r_n_: with due loyalty- , "The. Governor* foamred, the bent of the. way. Old Dsa Then came the toast of-"Our Slemier,** which was dxnnt in, silence. This w?s nmr.wjdort by "Fiant Gar oSoer, alias tbe hand, playing , " Johnny coin—i in—tehing honte-"* "Gardiner's Gmbjmuuo-k in Exile,'" was the next toast drunk; and then theeoea pany wax called upon to honour "The Xavy"—spelt with a...

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Marriage in High Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Marriage in High Life. An immense crowd, composed as is usual on such occasions, chiefly of the fair and curious sex, assembled in St. Andrew's Cathedral, on Wednesday afternoon, to witness tbe ceremonies attendant on the '.nuptials of Captain JB. Stirling, H_S., I lately in command of the Australian Naval Station,, and Miss Helen Cecilia, fourth [ daugther of the Hon. K. Doa-i Thomson. The arrangements for admitting the public were act satisfactory, and for some reason, - not apparent, a largo number. Of. would-be spectators were -kept in the' .lobby of tho building, and on the footpath outside. , The consequence was that, when the happy ; pair, and their friends sought their | carriages,.'there was a most indecorous '. crash. The marriage service; was read by the Kov. Canon Aliwood; the KeV. Mr. -i Corlette acting as precentor. The bride," who was given away- by her father,- was attended by her two sisters - ; and Major Pitt acted as best man for the bridegroom, while Mrs. C.Deas ...

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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] THE workmen employed in boring in Flem-<*> ing's paddock, have struck a seam of coal two feet thick at 200 feet. Corporal Bent was the winner of the silver cup at tbe Rifle match on Saturday last The prize has been so far won ten times by different members of the corps. At the Police Court on Thursday, "William Wotton pleaded not guilty to a charge of as saulting Bacbard DriscoU on board the barque Wemyas Castle. The _____ was postponed nntil Saturday. - A meeting in connection with the Society of Good Tempters was held in the Congrega tional school-room on Thursday .evening .last, when a number of excellent .addresses wero delivered by members and friends. The raid among the wine sellers by the publican's public informer, seems have frightened both sellers and customers ait the Folly. Hie wants of a general cemetery ia again being agitated by the public ; An allotment. of land in Scott-street was sold on Tuesday, to the Commercial ...

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Muswellbrook. [From our Correspondent.] July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Muswellbrook. [From our Correspondent.] July 17. The mail coach from Cassilis, which-was due in town on Tuesday night, did not arrive un til next day, Wednesday, being about ten hours late. The delay was caused on account of the bad roads,- and'the nasty crossing places in several erects. In one. Hall's Creek, the coach was. bogged,, and after several attempts, the united efforts of the ' passengers and horses were successful in Ex tricating the vehicle. On another occasion, when crossing Giant's Crook, the coach was again in the same predicament,; and again the efforts of passengers and horses were -re quired, but were unavailing. . Fortunately at this time assistance waa rendered by a travel ler, who kindly lent bis horses for the emer gency, and with the extra help tbe coach was again enabled to proceed on its journey, which it accomplished'withont further mis hap, much to the comfort of the passengers. During tlie past week the weather hasbeen very changeable. On Sunday evening ...

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