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

EXTRA EXHIBITS. EXTRA POULTRY. Mary Anne Osborne, brahma poetras, commended. J. W. Dargin, game bantam cock and two hens, commended. Thomas Cook; cock and two hens; com mended. > i John Hill, pair of golden-spangled pheasant hens, commended. EXTRA FAttM JPJtODCOE. Edward Ham, two pine applies, recom meisded for i|.r zc. Asliioa Clark, half a dozen gcamraas, nrcomntcuiled for a prize. Thomas Cook, collection of oranges, re commended for a prire. E. P. Bninsay, collection . of oranges,: recommended for a prize. < iiTBA MAsirrACTmiES. George Smith, bridecake, highly pem inended. , John Gordon.' ntojdei of Newcastle hospital, commendoik EXTRA IXTIXXEXTf. D.micl llnrri-am, rovcrviolo root cntter, n-comm?-iifh?d for a prize. -* Johjs Wright, one horse plough, recom mended fora prize. - ? J George Gii'iter, tyro walking sticks, highly co'imen let?. ? Gnnter, two fislsirtg Ttfda r " re-' commended for a prize. TI?? Blnner. - -; The anntsat dinner in eonjMcihm with tho Sh'onr, ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tin Ore. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Tin Ore. IXBxoic&XDmt of tin ore forwarded from the Sfurrurundi Bailway Station, by VT.' E. Potts . mid from 13th August to August lSfth,for and oil account of t— Sags tons cwt. qrs. lbs. ; Tin-rah TJf.a 16S *8 ' 3 1 14 J.Moore 94 S? 2 3 25 Total 2-17 IS 6" * 1 II Messrs. T. B. "ferry and Co. report, haying* forwarded this week; — Bags tons cwt. qrs. lbs. Tonens T.M.C., ... 6S 3 9 S 15

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Northern Agricultural Association Exhibition. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

fibst- i>ay.. ? ;- + ---' i THE seventh annual exhibition in con-<*> nection with the above Association was held on Wednesday sad Thursday last at the Show Grounds, Singleton ; scene went* had heeo . K?wng va ia theee grounds:j arid." itmabem. ?f "men- were tmstty cngngtdt iri nxaki,ug important ed ! tHtkasto the haS&agx, mrt rT,nrn,"*gates*, ? etc-. -On the- fat* day of the Show the " partienJar hencfUs - derivable from tksae "were not so mtiiceah*.-* aeon the second hat efvera then they were riufiiiaently proved to , corauuttesthad not-bee-rima mindfriT of the convenience pf the pnbCe. The- weather teas riU that the: Hinst fasti dious complaiircrs. <i>*.dd desire- - it wis not hut, aud the wmd ?*as free hat. not huisUrrnns. The*, attendance;'on Wednesday was. very good. considering that it was tire twoshjlhrif*;-t?s.y, aud that tlie prize tilting exhibit-*. \scxe not kspwix. The uuinher rfentries.wasyM> mochjn *x cess. of tlie aceoroiriod&...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

MISCELLANEOUS EXHIBITS. The collection of: pictnrcs was very Rood, and there was a IsiT?e collection of tapestry aad embroidery, frwut , Mr-r, Mi'uiitui-i, wotted hy lite female cliitdrcn i.f f*e "-""iiijh-ton Public Schiml in ft very creditablo manner, which -was-cntnai'Silded. Gciitlenian's ruddle, prize £2. ?Fon'r ctiltkw,: Solomon,:-'.Bn?*t;i- of Wallm badah, aad"YV. F. Sef'icJt, of Marrnnm-li, being amongst the exhibitor*. A. H"umby received the-prize, and (jr. Jarnurr fer StockiiUKi*-. Ba? IrsatierStddl-. Spring Carl ,'B.irnet-K, A. tj. "Wood, prizu of. £i entry. -..,-;-.-,..-,,-,-,,,.-_ -!, Collection?-.of 'u Leather,.;J. ."WjiKingr, Si!ver"Medah . ? Ohe'erifrvr.'. ' In; Classes 17,, 18; i9. !25,- : 39."40 r ?, CO, i",l;70, 72.81,82; 88, v jit, 116.: 117, 118, 11?, 121, 134, 140, 143,1H, 145, 1-15,147, 149,131. 152; 1-8,176,177; ISO, 181. 182, 183; 1 S3, 192, 135, 200. 2->9, 210, 213, 215, 219,222, 224,22-V 227, at0.:2t2,'247, 259, and 2titf, there Weru nfi cnlriea.'::.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HORSES. BLOOD STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

{ HOUSES. h i j BLOOD KTOC'SC. - " | Judges :-Messrs. G. F. Want, W. John- <*> ston, J. R. Tindale, and F. J. Weston-<*> The Silver Cup valued at three guineas, for the best Blood Singlton was awarded to AVtdrej'w; Col'ley Jfiirru- . rniidi.'for hi? horse,.* 1 Hawthorade'iit"^; ; ,'A. .second . was given to Alexander-. Bowsnari,'; for':, h is, horse - 'i?ulc^nhari-"; : Tliera -?'. were, -jieyeJipi ! eniriesi';li~VJ..*.-?:/J;..,'v '::::-'>'::J^-:'.,JJ;;':.v:J^vii : ,; W -. For the best Blood;- Cjolf j ntirter- ..'three k Bowman.J look" tile-' Silver" Mccfcif-^ihe-rd. :bein;Ji three other ciinipi-titof&r?"'.'? Another Silver Medal was awarded * to W. JL. Durnarcoq, of Soono, for tho host Koock .Yetrrtfag Colt. Thcre^were-.-fpnt A. A_ D?agar wae. MNuacaC t?eMirer Capfurtbfr beat Bfo'oil Mare, "Pradetrtta. ,,, Alux&nder. Bowmen's. ? "Qiteen. o£. tbe HSts?* darned th? certificate, fire AOn**£ the. five ?atrie? far best Blood "FHiy,. not -exc...

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

SPECIAL LIST OF PRIZES. To be Competed for only by Free- <*> hold or Tenant Farmers, occupying not more than 010 acres including Grazing Land. -Judges; Messrs. AU-x-Bnrcf.-Ci. Maiden, and HI F. SurilU. To tho. owner of tbe liest Durham Bull, any aj?e,. the iomz fide, property ?>f the exhibitor nt least three months lief.jre the Shuw,£Z. This prisv is off-red by Frnni-i*. White,, E-<|... of E tiiiglsssic. Wiii.sut Sergeant '? Unmet,"' by Comet i.nporleil, prize. Only one entry. .- . To the owner i?f.:tbt?liest Darham Bull, two years old, £1: J*s> entry. .To the owner of the (sevt Yearling; Dnrlmin Bull, £l. Donald McL"o-l. "Little Brine*',"by Gfnrid .Prince, dam Blup.soui, prizs. Atexamh-r Hamilton, "? Barometer," ceriifieato. Five entries. T? the hriicrder and exhibitor of t he best. Durham Bull Calf, under twelve months old, £1.. David Shearer, " Sky-lark." l.j Skylark, dam Balco. prize. Il.tTph MiH.tr,, " Wliitu Chief," certificate. Six; entries^

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

'??:.'??.-,?? ; :.cattle :,;,:; .;j.:y[~:~ .:/'.! -'.'" .'"'"'v. '*.'?'.' ?"!'':'' '.?*;.'?>? I Judges: Messrs. George Loder, George Ranse and J. D. Cox. "The Prince owned by Mr. James Newland was given the prize of £1, as the best llereCurd Bull, two years old. :The only jci.lry. ; ;-,'-:.:.-'j. :>:/.. -.->-."_? -;,-\' : ; . J.':;-:; 'i;'"'.;: ?J. i*. Jniior's:" Cupid" took theprize- of '.'£l, "as.the.beat Yearling., Hereford Bull. Fnurrntrie?. John Nf>wlaml's *' Pioneer " wai given the prh-e of £1, at, the bes-t Hereford Ball Calf; A. A Dangar't, '? Warwick" being highly rccommeiirjcd- John *TT?wland's " Pearl Diver3rd.".h.nd-T.BVynbld's "Sir James" were commended. Four entries. "?KVOSS. Judges : Messrs. Geo.' Loder, Geo. House, and J. D. en's. " Banker,'* the property of A. rnrl K. Amos, was awarded tin- second prize, a certificate, aa the liest Devon Bull, over three years old, and Joseph Fearer's c -Treasure" was highly commended. Three, entries. For the best De...

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

AG GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &C. Judges Messrs. John Ewing, D. Sim, and George Armstrong- <*> For Ploughs, any maker C. Cridland. obtained the Silver Medal for colonial m*d,\ George Tucker-the prize <if £2. D. Morrison, for ScanEcJrs, aasy maker, was given the p-xce -of £1, sad Wj; J. Dangar for Heaping Machines, £2, - -- Stripping 1 Alsehinea, C'Cridhknd, prize of J&2, and a ?iostiar prize for Mowing Huchrnes. .. t Seed Sowing Machiwe? :tnd Horse Rakes, J>. MJomsott, both prraen of - £1 *?* h. - - . Best Hay Press, prize £2, E. Sluephcrd. Arrowroot Machine. Silcer Medal, ii- T. Loder. , "two entries: * Judge*: Messrs. F, G. Weaver, Donald ?' ? M l lntyre; and W. Bowbisii,' jinu Buggy, doublc-eested, sevsea entries. H. G. Tuck was xwarilcc* both Silver Medsl and Certificate, and for' rangle eeated biigsrr the same m-tfcer' took the medaj, ?nd ( ' Krrridge, and McK-sy weie given the certificate. Five entries: <il> Spring Carts, ...

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

Synopsis of Latest News. His Excellency the Governor has been well received during his northern tour. The Horse Show at Melbourne was a moderate success. The show of Arabs was, good. I Two persons cnniniitted anicidp in Mcl- 9 bourne on Monday last; one, a Chinaman, fl by hanging; aud tho other, afrto-selecior, 1 by shooting himself. 8 Jeimuey Levy, the once celebrated black § criekcter, died last week in the Karrabri | Hospital. I The Boys' London Shea Brigade has I raised the large sura of £4,000 from their I own savings, for the erection of a " horns'' i on Saffron Hill. . § -.The . lafe . Staff-commander Gowland | was buried at St. Leonards, Sydney, on I Monday last with every mark of respect. § . A well, attended meeting of persons I favourable to the adoption of a free, a compulsory, and secular system of edn- 8 cation, -was held in the Masonic Hall, & Sydney, on Monday, 17th instant. A 9 number of resolutions were passed rccom- S mtmdir.g an' immediate e-bango in tlie...

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

SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [?]. Hay (Oaten)per ton.. ... 5 0 '0 „ (Wheaten) „ - ---------5 0 0 „ (Lucerne) ,", ... 310 0 Maize per bushel ... 7s. lOd. to 4 0 Oats ~ - 4 C Potatoes per cwt. ... ... 5 6 Kygs (wholesale) lOd. to Is. per doz. Butter (wholesale) la. to Is. 2d. per lb. Bacon (wholesale) Cd. per H>. Cheese (wholesale) 4d. per lb.

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

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN To NO MASTER OF NO SECT AM I." "Be JUST, AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU A[?]ST AT BE TUT CoU"sTttY'?, THY GOOO'S, AND TBUTU'3."

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 — 26 August 1874

" """ r? ' TTjrrsr Sssvcr As.vocs.to, r\-v,.-('--"- '?-'?' . ' ' -. *i a- m> r i. > 1.- i? -) .- o>. r /- „ ' i , U. -r.-e'l I ji?r o _:,,..- j. Ron ' —n :'? ? -i--.t ri-'.e. i| Terms' of Advertising . — jjl'itfct inchand uiidtr .. ... <W. ? i;very adilittouat inch < r haJIE-iiich 2s. flii. Adverti!.ements of two lines ... CdL Bnths? Deathsv and Marriages— 2s. 6dL Business Cards per qaartcr . — -20st Od. . No adrertisement. booked under 3s. A liberstl allowance will be made for Ad- Tcrtoements continueil fur- a period o-ver f our week*. It thaVvdcsa coontermandea, adverthseaentst will be continued and. charged, for at the usual rate. ' ' ' "_? Any person ordering; Advertisements, or Printjng oil behalf of ? Commtftce formed or to be fanned ior any |>ul>Ke purpose, will be held personally nwponsilile'for the same. The "SINGLETON A'RGTJS"and , aei?ER HUNTER GENERAL' ADVOCATE, w trmtsmttteiL iramediateJy after publication to all parte Df this snid t...

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

The San Francisco Mail. NOT less damaging to Mr. PARKES'S minis-<*> terial position than Mr. LEE'S appointment would be the tragical termination of the present San Francisco service. And yet what ate the chances that it will not come to , (rriof? Truly, the circumstances of Mr. Hall's dcparturte, for Huropc at a. moment's notice, without, if we are to believe reports. any provision being made for tho carrying c*f the next month's mails. looks most sns pi<-Kuu>. If it i*t true that on aceO?Ul of the ia£*-"i*iiw befallen t?ro of the sieamem, occa sioning thereby a very laige. sacrifice of capita*, the co.itrat t will b?? abandoned, aiit the colony Jcft without at moil scr\ ice, the consequences wilt he mor.t serinus, and the position of the embarras sing.'' TmlceeTtf-npon fhe contract made* wfth Mr. Uai i, and tliow*- wln> support him. de pends tbe* very existence t,t the present Ministry. Frf.m ttli haginning. they were blamed by (heir opponents, anil s...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16, 1874. The Singleton Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16, 1874. The Singleton Show. SINCE one last issue the Seventh Annual Show of the Northern Agricultural Associa-<*> tion, an event of the greatest importance to this district, and of increasing interest to the colony ingeneral, lias been bold, and like ita predecessor* it has been very successful, ?nly tnpre so than -any that h*"e gone before it. By a continuous and ever increasing run eif prosperity, to which circamstances, which otherwise are often fortuitous, have been singularly favorable, this annual exhibition of the products and ponicu&ns of the dir trict has, In some measure,'' obtained for'it self uprcstigr- and a status which alone go far towards making it a success. Hut these would be but transient helps, were it not for tlie inherent excellence of each Show, the merits and demerits; of which arc so freely canvaweil by the public *lt is from this cause, chiefly, the high character, which the Association may well boast of as belonging...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Murrurundi. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Murrurundi. (From the Times.) THE WEATHER-In the early portion of the week there were indication of a return of heavy rain. Several showers fell on Sun day evening, and toward the: close of the followihg.daythe prosps-ctwas jiarticnlarly j gloomy. On Tuesday morning, however, the unfavorable appearipiccs had given place to the agreeable weather which we : hare since enjoyed, .tight., feosts-aiid chilly nights res mind Us'thuit.the oold iseasbn lias not lather disappeared ; but with the many evi dences -iirpund us Pf advancing Spring, we can. well endnfe these, "gngraing accmnpmii ments of a. Winter whoseijpower is well-nigh spent.'j:'.:.-':';'.':,; : '..'-'J.p,'.'. ','..'?;--.-?-".-:'"' -. '~-'",',? ? Qutiuspi.— L A correspondent ogam ccssit plaihsof official neglect,' in, the fatal sicci- deiitatthatphicenotljcingmadeaiiubiectvf 'inquhyby the coroner, v We'may inform the writer that CaptainrWheeler, the coroner forJ this-district,.wasnot apprised of .t he. death lmtilreadmg-the': a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

WINES. Judges: Messrs. P. Terrier, and J. C. S. M'Donali. For Red Wine, full bodied, any vintage there were five entries. The silver medal fell to..Tame*; B. Ivolm in, and ccrtificstteto - Carl Brcc-hl. Wine, red, light, any vintage, C Breclit tcik both medal mid certificate. Eltiven entric*. This c)*ss was considered deficient iv color and general condition. . Tlie four entries of Bed Wine, full bodied, vintage 1573, were- not considered, of Sufficient merit to receive a prize. Of the Light Bed.of 1K73 thero were eight entries, the salver medal being awarded to J. B. Kelman, and the certilioate lo C : Breclit. These vines were all good gon-iriiliy . White Wino.pfnil-bodied, any vintage, seven entries. :?. ;'? Several of tifese were apparently.fortified."* Thei medal was given-toC-Brccht,-and certificate to Jas. B. Kelman. ~p -; ; .:,- - - * pWine, white,\light, of -vintage 1873, nine en tri csv All entries, with oncexevptson, highly approved of. Medal awarded to G: Brecht, : and ce...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Williams River. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Williams River. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 13. Since my last there has not been anything of importance safficient to justify my troub- <*> ling you with a letter. We have been pursu- <*> ing the even tenor of our ways in much the same rruiet manner as hitherto. Farmers are in exctllant spirits,at thecen trrmed good price -for tlieir com, (Which even near the head of the" river he 3s.} smd tbe nope of the same having tamed out better than they sarpected. There was a very successful octree held in tho Court-house, IKutgog, a: short time hack, tp welcome tlio Boy. j, Uibson to. the chartre of the congregation in thus, dis trict- - . Eff6rt? arc being made to * raise a fund ' for the building uf ssWcsleyan parsonage in Dongog, suid judging from wbat has been already successful results -may be looked for. Mr. J??yra:. the Inspector, is busy with the schools in this pjtrt. His. tonr of inspection in fbis noigbbonrhood generally takes some time owing to tb...

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

FLOWERS, SHRUBS, AND PLANTS. Judges: Messrs. George Mortimer. Wm. Filmer, J. S. Graham and Jas. Eggleton There were fifteen cutries in this depart- <*> ment; W. L Dangar and George Pryor were awarded prizes.-.:".- 1 --,.-V:-V : '' r\?'?-??'.'<'??*'? p

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

Lecture on Death. THE following is an [?]ged account of this lecture, given by Mr. Newman in the 'Murrurandi School of Arts:— Mr. Newman after being introduced to tfio mating-; rife marks, and proceeded to deliver hisleeture as folio we ;-—'?: 1 propose to ?. treat asbriefly as ;'*t)O?siblej' ?:\lfoy£:&JiXeitih;:ixii~]BiaiaM' : i : . 2ndly, ; of ,!d^ 3roUy,:cd':Mriw I ptOie customs'..rind risages, both -rihcierit: arid- riiodernj!. connection with the disposal of tlio dead; "Death?-has been I defined as "That, state of a being, animal orvegetable, but. Wore partictilarly of an ariimal in'which there: is a total arid permanent cessation of all.the,: -yitiii:,'?6jft"*Alpn*?;'-v'.Wheri , V.jiho: organs have riot only ceased to act,;'but have -Host' the of! renewed; action.'', V Thor term haiiiOtrierous appli cations, such as—the state o£ the dead-;. the! cause! arid riieans of death; .** Spiritual consists ,; in, the alienation ipf: the soul froiu God. " ]': "Civil, death" con ...

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

Impoundings. Impounded at Murrurundi on the 8th day of August 1874, from Creswell Park, by order of G. Arastrong, Esq[?] due at date of notice set after each animal: -due at dttte cf notice set after each animal: —Bay horse, star, two ."white feet. Eke' c? conjoined near shoulder, agejJf. "lS;. : {turds ; 6s. 64. Afoo y on the: same itate,:", ']te;&'T&ktass-? ?'-Blm:\i l :'hor^yshort..._tml+ i - : iJe^. : ;T& white, Ir over-K2S -pe?;* : f?feoirlhJw, : ?? Isold '?' ?''s?p^?iM^-rlj*;3w, .?&Wesa?l*&Tir"^^ *USis^;:^'^,G^','d^--rf ; .-'<siV:f oE.noticrv !>l*W:i^*TO??li^*,'^ i - : : -i v hui v^o?ria.; stt' , :j ?'?'riwit - priY£b*' 3hf& VSegtsaritfer, v: 1874.---:J; : ?'r>bda?JY?Y;Y^. : .'Y;.:'- : :' - : : YY-: ,::,-"'>; ,'. Impounded at Arniidale,' - 'oa.'- the_ Bth.; 1 Municipality,' of notice, ! i-4?. : -:----::--^*:'My.''-hprse,'!.. GE over 'AY rierir;!: ; bridle riii. ",.5.) ! : If riot released^ .wililje i sold at t...

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