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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, July, 19. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

1 - : j (From the -.SJyrfnrjf Paprrn.) . ? * '. l T ' \ ' ' Loddmi, July 19. Immediately nftrrtrnr general olcrtio 11 a-petition wsr presented against ih e return of Mr. Dotlsorr, -President of th" Local Government Board, on th? ? grpn'pd of,, corrupt .practices during lh? ; eleotiooKfor the city of Chester.?;, I'M :?'? concluded, resulted "K'fifME Dodson's be'fn'g unseated, corrupt Sracljces.jon ~tho. port of\ Jiie ngohtn uring ,tlio elections having..beep, proved; i ?)'..:? It isinhribunccd that thd intentions of the .Government Kwithi: regard to tho I ;futare'<'of Afghnni?tan hnvo not boon ?changed by the events which have 'ro :.; and inetructiohelinvc tibeen giv£nfsfjr|f<?gard'; to evacua- Caiml being,ncjicd .o^n.. A atato 'y:'tawSheppeaVs '-Times .''to-d'riy"to ; tho effect that tho.withdrawal of Hritish ./VtTboj?fr^oinj-t^jitj'iplMO-.w08.-.nctuajly; ? cimniewte3. '.''"' "]''?. iV/;f!tii't , ini^e?ce i V.^n?'''li'c6n ; ;.'rcceiwd' from / Manilla etatin'g t...

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

CALCUTTA. ' " M Thursdij. m A Dnrbar was hold with tho Afgn?n|| istan chiefs, when' the Indian Goferfl|| ment formally recognised Sirdsh Abdar-g| rshman as the -Ameer of C?bul?| Arrangements Tfere ;then maele : for ?m friendly interyiew with ; ' SirdaJy. take place at : thi Britiah cam p when it is , hoped that aiehrie W'U-.kH devised for the pacification , of'.'s'? country : and seouriiig m?tritohanc? .oig order/- '?? : ' ; '' ?>? ,y - :: "" ;:;; ' ,; ' ,:: ' ; "' ''/'.'H '; ; Ayoub' : Kha'n'. ie' still ' Bdyaucing? rapidly in- the direction of .Cindtliir.H Hie force is riowjnearQiriehk, Hhtos the deserters from Shere AH mire overtaken and routed.' ; It' i? - that he will attack' the BrU'^'P*' I *'! there. ? ; Iu - iponsequence, the g ixoitomcat ci Cw4?b?rj ; ;' I

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

WOOIi nncI'..FRODUCJG:. ! i HVK STOCK nnd STATION AGEST, .?s FLQUK, GKAJN, and-" MBTAIi >\ i ? . :,. bkoker . ?.-.-.? m:..il:?:.: Caution to the Pttbllp. , /: riHIE aeplorjitilc'plltctpi wril?tt biiTi/f'ollWw this 1 u?c of Tllo 'cbinpoanOs, spldrnudcr Ifie'niuno 6// ?"? "tichnapiis/'uliould prowa dantlon to the pnb. v to porchiwo onlytJief'tiWtl?g-Hnr-tiMne-,*! -? UDOLPHO WOLFE," to . yrhlch, four tipniand phy?lcl?w? hjiVd certified I *i(<l PBplj ot?* nil ottieretimalAilta. - . „.'.. .„..'-.,^-,-Z. —': ? r V..UUOLriIO, WOLVB'S aCHNAPPS'.' ,?. quarter ol a century before ttio priMie,T?li(J Uβ sale , steadllylncrciuiiig, whilo ' .-, : > ; HUNDREDS ,QF IsllXA'l79pi'7 i ba?e appeared and ufs?pi>cnrcd?icovlrie Anlf roln aiji£ cllAiiiiicctosll oonncct4id,witb,tUcra. iiGonldno lonifer Iμ dupe] by iojuriotie, chMp.nory ! compound! with foi?,f<l ccrtlucoUss, manufactured lv tlio Colony . ' ' ??..,,, To prottctoonsuniereagnlnst Imitations ? ' j V' : Udolpho Wpli...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 24 July 1880

; THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. ? London, .July 1,9. ?'. The Australian Eleven commenced ,n match to-day against. 18 of tho Crystal Palace Club. Tho former went first to the wickets, and scored 155, tho highest; individual acoro being that of Blackhaiji,' who made 40, and was then . given outi log before wicket. The Crystiil Palace team had scored 44, with' 18, wickets down," when time was called; '4ho weather was fine throughout,. and the match was witnossed by a large con course, of .spectators. An important match has been arranged for thb' Australian tbam of; and one'jii which their prowess .will'be', fairly tested. Tho match ib against the All-England ; Eleven, which will-corn- prifeetho be?l players in England. "This' matiih'wiU'bo.pioyed in September.: [, ,j,, i"- f '"" ~ , :;:.;:jn1y,20....,p j The first innings of tho Crystal Palace'Eighteen,'in their match against tho Australian cricketers, closed ior 59. runs,' ;:Tho English .team followod ,pn:-, with'tlieir soeond inniuge, a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Fun. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

Whebe thero's a will thoro's a won't. ? A obate humbug—turnip disguised as horse-radish. s XIow to find a chip of tho old block—aso tho block. " ? ' Tnn Language of Flowers—Anthologio - for "My dear Jim." Jas. mine; A heal bad stiff nock is a neck scroiy. dating thing. t Dkalees uro anxious for a littlo more coal weather. No wonder tho Maroh hair is mad—it gots ? blown about so. A wosiAN Btung is tho nearest approach to perpetual motion. The jewel for a frilled shirt bosom ij a diamond in tho ruff. -"DeHb at any price!" yelled tho hungry - traveller, who ordered venison for dinner. No chiropodist feol? aggrieved when the band plays " Sco tho com-ouring hero comes." . - A KASUFAcruBBB of archery outfits reminds ono of £ severe sea captain, when ho makes " a tor got An exchange has an article on "Broad stuff. Well, it may bo. Now givo us an . article on "Meat's tuff." ; It is well enough to hit tho nail on tho - head, providing tho nail is not tho ono on tho ond of your finger. I Tm&a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

EVEEY GENUINE Home Shuttle SEWJNG MACHIN.E ' ; .IS STAMFED M. Moss & Co,. SOLE AGENTS, ?. : ? BEWARE OEv ?; . ??(::? GERMAN &, BIRMINGHAM JSTO I' , "AND MACHINE nBUOCBD fO : N.H.-Thl?la nUn nilmitcd for uio on Table nnd Tro?dlp,u-hlcti wo will ?.ii>p|? nt ?n?^tlmo 3sro a wks , ?^ with tliu taWo, coffl|<tc.tc, with Bicg?ntOnwS mentnl Irnfi btnr.il, with h??ctsoma poUnhed tops.couiplcto.- HJ'.DUC'ED TO <=fcjQ. AUBTHALIAN HOll SHlffU SEWJG MACHINE Letter from the Manufacturers. ' Messiib. M. Mosh and Co., Sydney, N.S.W. Goutlemcn, ; Our. attention having boon called lo iadverti?cmonte ineortcd in one or more of,the,colonial papers, worded in such p manner aa'to lend the public to suppose that the Improved Home Shuttlo , Machine, manufactured by üb, and for which you nrc tho bolo agont? in the Australian Colonies, hadbeoneuporseiled iby anuthor Machine of our make under another namo, we beg to inform iyou that no one has been authorised by U8 t0 ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Terrible British Disasters in Afghanistan. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON ,JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

Terrible British Disasters in Afghanistan- fllEUTEn's TELEGRAMS. J ,' '?'.'? ' London, July-28. ??- The Marquis of Hartingtdu, Secretary of Stato for India, announced in the House of Commons, this afternoon, that ho hud received a telegram from Bombay, reporting a terrible disaster to the Bri titdi forces at Candnhnr. The brigude there, undor the command of Genornl Burrowes, tho Htrength of which was not statO'J, wuh suddenly attackorl by nn overwhelming force of Afghans and almost'entirely annihilntod. Tho details received are limited, but 'there is little doubt that the attucking forco wob that under Ayoub KhaD, who hail just receivoil considerable reinforee mi.'iits, and advanced parties of whoso cavalry.had actually approached, within Htght of the British outposts on the 2Gth instant. . [I'KOM E. NEWS , SPECIAL CORUES ; ? .:...;. I'ONDENT.J :;.-.. IK-' ..???'? ,;? ? ? >??? London, July 28. Official intelligence of a disastrous rovorsq sustained by the British at .tlid lmiids ...

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From Sydney to Melbourne in 25 Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

From Sydney to Melbourne in 25 Hours. Til k quickest trip by rail from Sydney to Melbourne was made last week, arid that without employing n Bpecial train; On" Thursday evening Mr. Goodcbsp,; Iho Commissioner' for Railways ; Sir. Rend, Traffic Manngcr, and *?? i Vic torian gentlemen, left Sydney by the mail truih at 7.30 p.m.,-nnd reachod Wagga in clue course; at 9 next morning;. he-ru (ilio contrnctor'H engino awaited then), nnd carried them oi> to Gornj{or*i. .|io'.vliich pfnee the lino .will ehortly bo opened. Theiico the party were ."takeiV on by vehicle k> Wodoiifjn, tbo terminus, of the Victorian railway, which they reached just in tim? for. the 3,5 p.m. train, by -which they wore landed in Metoonrne at 10.-15 p.m. on .Friday ; tho entire distance ihim occupying 27£ home;. It ie expected that when thti lino i'h finished to Albory the journey will occupy about 25 hours. The Echo of Thursday afternoon was received in Melbourne on Friday cvooing, and ex tracts therefrom app...

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The Late Walter Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

.The Late Walter Cooper- The remains of" poor Walter Coopor," whoso death was nnn'minccd in last issue, wero conveyed to their Inst resting place . in Wayorloy Cemotery, on- Wednesday. Tbofunei'ul, which proceeded from-the .' Ganibridgo Club Hotel, in Oxford-street, Sydney, was attended by h lnrgo number of woll-known citizens, and members of '? the literary' oiid theatrical.. professions. . We" are indobtod to the- for tho ? following dotailN of Lin enreor:— ".Jtfr..WaUer|H<iinpBon Cooper, wne a native of this colony, and, for somo years connected with the Australian Prose. Afc nn ourly period ofhis career ho was a reporter to tho Queensland G.uqr.dian, and in JB6G joined the Par liamentary reporting staff of tho S. 21. Jlerald, Ho was nn excollont uhort houd writor, nud for nbont fivo ycors helped to chronicle tho proceedings of tho Legislative Afisembly, and ho other-, wiso wieldod a, facilo pen. Subsequently ho left this colony for Melbourne, whero . hejoinodtho repor...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A Third Fire in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

""* ,A Third Firo in Sydney- "ASOTJ-mn. fire broke out in Sydney on Wednesday morning. We tnko tho following dotailn from the Echo of that day :~ '''"...' "About 1 o'clock on "Wednesday morning, Mr. James Johnflon, proprietor of the Waterloo scouring and woolwash ihg ! e?tobli?hmont, discovered flames issuing,from those premises, which tire t?ituated oh the Botany Road. Ho immediately woko up his son and do ?'"' '?'patched him into (own"on horseback, witlj, instructions to gallop in as quickly :.'",- as,,pqsBiblQ. nnd inform Hudson's Firo ?and:, then proceed into town ; and tell .tho Insurance Brigado to go v: out with their steam' firc-engino. In stead of doing this, however, tho youth only-rode through the-streets, calling out, " Fire I" aud, it appears, never :'"...' reached, the Insuranco Brigade station. immediately responded to the ..call,.and.was soon on tho spot.' The : flames r by this time had gainnd such a /firm hold of tho building that it was feared it would not bo poss...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

'.. SONNET. ?'?': -All the Year Round. The rain falls softly on the window eaves, '? ? And whispers lowly to tho rustling grass,' And loads tho winds' dusk pinions' as they pass To shako tho glittering moisturo on the loaves. ? Tlio rain sweeps whero the great.soa swells and heaves, ? ? ? And dimples all tho locked lakes' living glass; . Tho rain sobs round tho homo whoso light sho was, As with tho hearts loft doaolate it grieves. Aud listening to its murmur all alone, I sot its oadonco to my yearning sorrow, And lovo's mute longing for tho Darling gono, ??':.' From Nature's wail seems slrongth renowod to borrow, ' Till I can hoar tho dull plash on the clay, Of that dear now-mado grave, broad leagues nway;

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

NOTICE 3W WOODCUTTERS. S* AVING tenieii fmiijtieiJ^aai tdbttrn "off, the Paddocklately held by Mrs. Janice Lynch; mtuatcS on the main Northern Boad, .adjoining ,Baroona, good FIRE WOOD can bo obtained. ' Apply to A. A. DANGAR, Baroona, 30 1 T I 80. rpHK AUSTRALIAN JOINT 'BTOcfc L IJANK will bo CLOSED on MONDAY, 2nd AUGUbT) it being a proclaimed Bank holiday. * H. P. bTACY, Miinngor. SinglctOD, July 30.' NOTIOE. , P THOMPSON in thanking the I'ubhc ? for past patronage, begii to inform them t'flot infoturo ho will deliver water in any part of tho town, as required. ( i 'k ?' '? ":TT-;F) THOMPSON. . ; JSTOTIGB v ., rr IF tboDABJCBAY HORBE- brandod DX on tho near shoulder, now running in my paddock, ie .not CLAIMED WITHIN; U, DAYS, U will bo SOLD. '...,: . , ; y., ,, ?' " : ..:?'.,-?.?;>??: ?( W* HUTLEY, - : :-- ??'?. Rix'e Creek. MECHANICS' INfITITUTE, . : ; . :" ?:??.:':. : , ~?'.. Mechanics'.lnstitute. '? ' S.A.D.C. S.A.D.O. S.AJO.O, SECOND Oil AW NIGHT.', , SECOND SHIIW SECOND .:...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A TRUE LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

A TRUE LADY. -Gail Hami'ion. Wildnkss is a thing which girls cannot afford. Delicacy is a thing which cannot bo lost or found. No art can restore the grapo its bloom. Familiarity, without coniidoace, without regard, is destructive to all that mokes woman exalting and ennobling. It is tho first duty of a woman to be a lady. Good breeding is good sonse. Bad manners in a woman is immorality. Awkwardness may bo ineradicable. Bash fulnesa is constitutional.. Ignoranoe of etiquette is tho result of circumstances. All can be condoned and not banish mon or women from the amenities of thoir kind- But self-possessed, unshrinking and aggros sivo coarsoness of demeanour may be reckoned as a State's Prison offence, and certainly merits that mild form of restraint called imprisonment for life. It is a'shame for women' to be lectured on their manners. It in a bitter shame that thoy need it. Do not bo restrained. Do not have impulses that need restraint. Do not wish to dance with tho Prince unsough...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1880. More Afghan Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

&&* JJitoflWon gi'flu.s. | - 8ATUKDAV, JULY HI, 1SS0. ft-... - V " _?__. „ ;_ j",^ tc . r f s r .1 '?;',!" The telograms we publish this morning shpw that 'nqpthcr terrible massacre bf British troops..by Afghans has-occurred. The latest accounts go-to show that out ;.: of 3000'niflii'who fought with Ayouh * 3 VKHA?'.B<force of 1'2,Q00 near.'Candalmr, '??;\?nly; abont.soo escaped, and thoy with ,i-another force of 1300, which had taken >..;rofngp in Candahar, were in a very, condition. How such dreadful overtake' our soldiers in tins -;; stronghold,of semi-savage warriors, is p;{jiaj-d-.to Bay,;but that they do occur nil ?? hJobfrequonUy. is no credit to tho nnthori-. 'k-riHwti ?rTl!o;:old .raisjakn. of- holding too ,;',<!hpaply! brave and iroplacalilo foes, has ';,, been ohqe mora repeated, and tho result .y.i?'.thO; reck}ess sacrifice of hundreds of 'trbrnyo soldiers, a loss of prestige of Brj-. _!. tilth; armfl at.horao and abroad, a plcnti...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

?'. '"- RiNGLETbN ? PlUOES OTBRENt; Hote. -Theabovo are wholesale prices, or ?h?t dealers would give producers. Singleton, July 31,"1860.'V : ~ ;, ' " :.'-?? £.-Bi--A.' , £ -Bid -J Hairs new)Vp?ta.^0, i 2, : 0;;tp,0.|,v- C?m Barley ,„,,.0-. *.. ' > X ;f; *v 0?l?... .- :?? „? ,.;, ovo 0' Bran ."?.?, ,- , ' ; i "n-' in"' n i '?>. P^C dB . *: iV-3 iS.jO;. i; 8 10 S Sto .'? " ?" 2 10 - 0 -" 3 15 0 2",?,,? 3 0 0 „ .3.10.0 X? 1 " t"T?b. Q ogo. w o£o:iq 5? ??? ? ?????'???' -> : ' 0- ? i 2 ; <? ! 040;-4 ?Sf' ; .""''".. fi tf o;jo : :!4 ?'S" ?'" ?' H s oro j** 1 * o.l;o:4i W; "??."'? -- 0- 0 3 ?"„" '0 "0 3J v?Lt" ?'"????? '"'0 ? 0 '4' V. : o ;o 6 Beeswax... ???.. i. .... ...... ? K ? ?? 0 * r Col.Tobacco, fig.j. ? ,1 6„ ;0, ; l, 6,.. Ditto^eaf .'..,.?„..;".'$:?g?f ,? HiaeB, aeavy... u nniinno .*.. 0 0 3 fe ;; - '?S£iS?'.? ; : S S S ;: i^C' : 'r'''^<?V'a v a:.V.;'P>:'3;'0 Sffi ; '"?'?; ? :'-o.:i- 9 ,„: o a: o ffi Brooms -PO 9 0;,, -012:0

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Household CHOOSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

Ifana^flto- ' CHOOSING FRIENDS. ?Golden Rule. The real bond cf friendship i3 sympathy, congeniality of Unto, a' kinship of mind or hear*. What should it signify, to A that he. ba.i made a few hundred -.thousand, more or lesi, while B, whom' ho thoroughly uaes, hasn't- saved as many huudroda-? That is tho usual form ot the inquiry. Oo the other band, why should B alter his estimate of A beeauso ol the oiroumsianoss ? why should ho feel ouvioua.orill at ossein his home* or think ono must seleot his friends by the sum of their income? What isit that wo love in our friends, themselves or their appendages ? What is it that we should resp?ot in our selves, our personality or our bank account ? Neither rlohe? nor the lack of them aro to ba tionght of in oonneolion with- real -oom panionship. And, according to our observa tion, a good part ot the unpleasantness in Booial distinotidns ;based on wealth arises more from the lack of real self-reapoot in the men or women without money than from ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

. m Local I\ews> etc. f ' Every porson in, ; the town- and district who feels an iuturcst in the establishment of a High School in Singleton,-should sign the ( ipetition which 4s in tlin hands of our worthy .(..jtownamnn, Mr. A.;Munro, at once' Alingo. :. number of the mostinlluentiol residents have "''already'sighed it, nod this aflar/ioon it will : J'-lfo handed tb ; Mr. W. C. Browne, M.1./.A., for '.lA'promntatiunt to the Minister for l'ublio : .j,.lnstruction atan curly date. If tbcOoverti rjpietit 'Should acuedu to thu request of the "?""petitioners, it will confer a ureal boon to the The Ornmmar School, at present by one ot thu most, popular men ./inthq district, .Uio Kov. J...S "While, M,A., '. *iAjJ).,,ii> .in a very flourishinft condition, au(l Wo'Bio/ccroly' tiust tlio Minister for -Public '"Instruction will endeavour to'necuro Tltv -i'White's services, since ho not only posaeHSC?. .„tlie, necessary ijunliliciition? in tbo diighust. ~ degree for the, iiupoilnnt posit...

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THE CANDAHAR DISASTER. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

''$wl:d&$%j0$$i$A&Tti\£. Sydney, Friday.') Further, particulars'aro to : hand of the disas.fcorjat/Candaliar.: It was tho forces .of ,'Ayoub; Khan, which made tho attack,on- General .,Bnrro*rea' division,;riumberjng'.3ooo : -.cjnly.; >i ', .; i, ,?t A; large , .of( Aybnb, ;Khan'?. force.w.as.ipayalry.i' TjQ?j?ritish} unable to ;raake a stand, iverq. completely routed. Thpy/lost tbmr.-,gunB.an<}tflod for .Can dahar, which was only v,a;Bhp.rt distance a W-^v.-: ; .i.... 'u;^-~-, .., ,Ihe i enemy, followed ? for three- .mileo ( oojnmitting.terriblq.havoct Only strag gling parties of .l English arrived.At G?n dabar, the others dropping-in.bydriblot!, Ityja. believed .-only .^pp :j ,a?capod $ .- rnqseaore.?,,.".(. ,;. ;,-,,j ; , ~ '(~ .W./.'r: , t ;General; Pririjrose/. who- had a : email di.yisiorijQf 'l300;,.-mea'ijpnr Candah?r, has, tako'i)., refuge ;; with his .?rnen. ; .ia l SU citadel; .where, .witji the remains, of. Bur rowes! force,, he. wjH, remain ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Conditional Purchases. THURSDAY, JULY 29,1[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

Conditional Purchases.; - >\ Thubbday, July 20, l;.v ;.. : ; J Thomas Rather, Goornngoola, 40 iicrci?, cuuiitv of Purlipm, parinh of Foy, "adjoining his lot), acres .'on tlie West curlier, ami running west. William h'ehmiercr, Goorangoola, SO acres, county of Durham, parishes of Xiebig ; and For, adjoining his 80 acres selected March i", 1870, und also adjoining unviu's, Kichards', mid Foster's selec tions, John Henry .lolly, Uridgmrii, 10 acres, county of Durham, parish of Uroiighton, starting from tho soutli-t'iist corner of Sir. George Lctbbiidgo's selection, and to be bounded on the south by Mr.' ''Osborne Alcorn's selection, and on the; . east by Mr. H. Jolly's iitiO acres, and on the'north by Crown lauds.'

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LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

:' . , LONDON. ". ...'., |,'. _''.' ''.".' ?_' Wcdtie'B'day.-', : " : The Australians'- beat oight'eeh . of ' Hull by uiriewickets.'",'"';' - c . '?'?'-.'?;?'- ! '.'? ; ' The British" .Government'promise's t'o ?execute" the'decision'? of the Berlin'coll- : fotenoi3 r within three weeks'; V ;

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