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

POULTRY. Judges: Messrs, Lovick Tyrrell. E. Under- <*> wood, W. King. D. M. Maitland, and J. H. Gordon. For Spanish Fowla, William. Playford was- awarded first puxe, £1. and l\rrcy Wiiddy, second, 10s. Five entries. Cochin China, Alexander Buirmall, first prize, £1. and W. C. J-eeJey. second, 10*. Thri'o fiitrie-s. Poland*, t?v entries.; second prize, 10s., attwded to John JUagnire. Two ; entrees. _ ? Dorkings, fear entries; Erst-prize,-£l, W. Bowman: second prize, IDs., Percy WaiWy. Golden-spangled Xjamburgse, Percy Wedily, Ist prize of £1 ; and Gr. L. Leth hridge sernnd, I?*. Three dairies. Gulden-pencilled ilotnbm-gs, one entry, Percy Wsjdy, which obtained prize. £1. Sere* other kiuil* of fowls were exhibi ted, a?d I'ercy Waddy. B. HI Booth, E. Alcorn, jC. Poppeiihagen, Thou. Giles, | Mary Ann Osborne, J. F. Doyle, junr.., 1 and G-. T. Loder were awarded prizes, and [ W. J. Daugnr's and Geoe McNeil's wero . highly commended. f In Ducks, St. These. Loder, E. Alcorn, ...

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

SECOND DAY. The morning of Thursday broke beauti- <*> fully fine and the day was one which, for exhibitions of the kind could not be surpassed. Thousands of victors attended the Show from airdfreclions, the up and ?down trains bciu& literally packed. Tho -excprtMem trains from the north had *vvcnty-two carriages full of person-i' of -all ages' white the train -from Newcastle which arrived at Singleton at 12.19 p.m., -was composed of two engines and thirty nine carriages, densely crowded, levin ? I?n average of fifty persons itj esci> ?carriage, and was followed by anqther train with thirteen carriages filled with liMiday-seokers. L-iggage vans, sheep tracks, 4c.-. were all brought into requisi tion, and it <was highly ancti?ing tv see how the cxcaraioni-tM crowded into tliem, in some instances sitting on one -another's laps. The railway officials, with the- dense crowds o£ people- about, had great difficulty in - carrying out their duties, and +nm...

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

FARM PRODUCE. COLONIAL. Judges: Messrs. W. H. Holmess, F. W. Thomas, and J. T. Jener James Noble obtained the three prices of £3.£2, and £1 for the best six bushels of vv heat. Fonr entries. ' . -Capo Barkry. threw bushels; prizra. £1 and 10s. : A. cud S. Bowman took £ret, and W. Bowmen second prize.- W. Laverty was awarded let' 7?rixe of £1, and C Boaden Kccor.d of 10-s!; for. cob JSaire,.large- Variety 5-' and W.-.lLrivTer tylst prixs, and H. Vcrewe second, fur small variety. five curie* fur 'each cta'H. Three I>n<hcTs Cob tvfaiste, (known at Hogin's Corn), hsst sample, £1 ; w-cond prize, 10*. C Eowden. prize. William Lav erty. seoord prize. Fonr entries. Three bushels Uob ilaizc, white, best sample, £1. Second.prize-, 10s. Willintn Laverty, prlre. ???:-: Jasuetf'^JNoh'eV: seifconclv prize. FbnrentriesL::.:^V.'-J::' "p.- -;?; -vi : ->-*; ' \ Hext collection varieties ?f Jfnizw,-'--'six- cobs of caclilyarietyiiEl.'' Williiilis Lsrcerty, prizo. C Bowdonj'commended;'...

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

RABBITS. Best Bunck and Doe, £1 ; second prize. 10s. J. G. Hunt, prize. George Adains, second prize. Five entries. Best Collection' of Rabbits, 10s. Geo. Adams, prize. Only entry.; ,

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

FAT STOCK. ? : -j T/a/cXmz. Judges: Messrs Peter Fleming, T. L. Cooper, and William Hodges. Fat Durham ox, first prize, £1; second prize, certificate. Jas. White first prize ; and W._J, Dangar, certificate- all the others highly commended. Seven en tries. Fat Hereford Ox, first prize, SI ; second prize, certificate. 21. T. Keys, prize ;' sad" J. While,-certificate. Five entries. — Fat Devon Ox, first prize £1 ; second prize,' certificate. James White, |>rize, and SV. Pearse, certificate. Three entries. Fat Ox, any breed.* first prize, £1; second piizc, certificate. Jas. White, prize, and Francis White, certificate. Seven entries. " ' - Tho Pearse Champion Prize of £% for, the heat Fat Ox on the Show flronnd," supplement try to tho Society's prize, was, awarded to J.-iiae3 Wliltcj fur an. ox five years phi, grazed on lucerne and grass. Fat Steer, any btced, nnde-r three years, first prize, £1 ; second prize, certificate. James White, prize, ?ad G. P. Bowman, certificate. Two'entri...

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

PIGS. " ' - " ' Judges Messrs. W. J. H. Durham, Geo, Watts, and Thomas-Nelly. Boar, short breed, first prize £1, second 10 H. McFadden, Jun, first prize; Jas. Sco'iie second. Five- entries. ' ?" < Breeding- suw, sljort breed, first prize, £t; second, JOs. T.-Walsli, first prize f- Alcx. Monro-second. Three entries.

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

Original Poetry. THE INWARD MONITOR. A.G.M. Newcastle. There is a secret instinet dwells Within the mind, which darkly tells As in a glass the woes that wait. the secret of our coming fate. SJtcVte dark |;i?wqr rnwts that sluoed The comitij: <>f tie thnitder cloud. .Xifcce tua-t &£*?*& *p**H?era Taeayei* aa/A eart9*e Be&jcc the er?tb< i ??Jte'*rM(ieoQ? Urth. . v Wtieuce matt what, nt tuoa. secret tx>wer, TSho in tbetooe narAelieot hour . FrtreteQesC'the coming: of the storm, ?£-&*&ji-?-cst.iu-*titeaba-poorfonu- -

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

SPECIAL LIST OF PRIZES. To be. Competed for only by Freehold or Tenant Famere, occupying not more than Judges Messers Robert Falkner. A '** ':'< ':: afi?efgrfs?: *l4fei^ T ,^t^^;l^ei^;'?eoig? r Y"Y':'^jj^:S a -vii'V-.;''.^ '.: ? We^l?^^:'x^ :^^^MsMi' Dtif&r "Waddle's f^^*-'Didwopd Jr -;;; Only. -eairyY . ?'."'.. - : -. '?'.'? -.-;.. -V ?'-'?''-:.'*'':- , ' :: '-'?'?' Best Hereford Bull, two years old, ££*? ?George Spin*"i " Hanger,'* prize. Only "?entry. ? !?s Best Hereford .Bull calf, under twelve ?-*?' -months old, £1. Thuraas Cru-Mug, priie. Twoenfrios, - ;?:. Dest'Durham Cow, £2. \V. M. Waddle's V ?" Little Gem," prizes R. Hunston, .-cer- S """suit" Yearling Durham-.Heifer, £2. .D. i Kc"Luod's " Matilda," prize. ' ; V Jl?".tt Yearliug Diirhaiw Heifer, the pro-; j3 jjcrty of a . bona Jive adult freehold -or If tenant farmer, £2. Tlitimas H; Moore's jl "" >fiss Wpuiho,** prixe.;.. ? : 4. ~.; ,-Y'.?>"?; Best Durham Heifer,.... under. Vtwefcre- -months old, ...

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

- X.ir?t -* FUAKL and GAItKKT ltlXtl. In the J\. vicinity of tlie R*3w.i?y Slr-Uon or Klvaw Ground, Singleton. Tlie finder will be rewarded: on leaving it at-the Argus office. vTA2£SS GODDAED, OF T?K Srig-letaa. Book ft-al Sfcatios.oiy Depot AS-D DESIRES tor retnrn thank* to his patrons and tbe p-ih'lc gsncmlly. for the very liberal support accorded to Sim fnrtbe ltst five yean, and to inform his friends that ha h?? added to bis biistoe? a -yeiy large-assorts jnsmtof BRlTlsn'anlt FOBEIGS BOOTS, He trusts with attention to business, and moderate charges, to eontmne to merit a fair share of" public patronage In the above branches. 43- The whole of the wbove Etoxik has been selected by the proprietor from the best lionsc*, and is entiiely new. Singleton Spring Baces. FIRST IlA'J?to STAKT EACH DAY stir 12 oMock. i The Sweeps for the Various Handicaps to. he paid totlie Secretary by 11 o'clock each. dav r at the Koyal Hotel. JXO. wilsoj"*. Secretary, Northern Asri-lc-ssSitarii!! .4.m?C? ...

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

? J that VSJraaor. '*""* "" -JSSjSSSST Bmnrrany laijaa* "Wtft MattiaiKi. _Mo*pctly CTaraxah aa4 Se? aaatle, on. Mead*.?. Tueitday,. AVednesdaav Xtutndajr, Sxidaar,. aed SatistitT, at ?CLSOajK. Kcetkv—r?ratn?arel?m}ofc. Scobs. B3*nd&wd, . " ifajdonton ,aud HusmraaSi. Monday, jr". Taarday;. VTeifa?aaijr^.Thrir?ta.y^grid?R. ~- ' 'aad Satiiday attSSO*JiL,?J?a?>tti>atat i - day-gicoitig-ar) b.-poacfc)*' Baafl?y jsera ' , iagja. IK^st*eftioreaml>er??lt T T?CT?day. TOedaeadvc, Tnja*Xayv Friday, and. Booth.—Oa Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ' TbiWKtayi, Friday; and Saturday, t?w?t ' liaiHaadV. Moryeti, ? KeweasHs, Jaa*L - -' * ToAlfaitoKirth. -aaftJerry'a EJanas, on Tuea day. Taoatday.aad tiaturd#y, "at 3.30 pjn. To Howe** Valley, on Saturday, at-9.30 aua. T? Veneaad PbrdwuA, oa Tuesday; TUos* ??' jday, and' Saturday; at JO-.30 aja. Xb-SeottWlatv Wets Brook,, arid COeadtja. - Brook, on -Wednesday, and Satexday, "-" -at93a*ja. v -" ' To- Sridgeman, St. Clair, and GooTas£ao2a, ?...

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Broke or Fordwich. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Broke or Fordwich. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 17. B ROKE will not be unrepresented at the Singleton Racce, Mr. Enoch Coberaft, of Samyside has two of the progeny of Volunteer in' active training, and Mr '? fi.,Waits, of Woodlands, has his : bay, horse 'VHarfcriwaiy**. also ia tntininjr. .: I am not go ing into the prophcityiiig business; those who wish to judge of thorn-can sac them lake their gallops daily on the Broke race course. -We arjs- to have racesat Broke on the ifith' Se^ember; the prises -are likely tp be much larfjer. than tluwe usmlly given In small; . ' township wis, for the subscription list has ; only been open a week, and already a'goodly; Sam lias'been subscribed.'-.?'?"? . ' JUx. Clarke -bus just completed ? ?omfort "m*blo weatherboard cpttoj-c with stabling, &cv for the use of. the local constable, the present ; police barracks being'? "required by their "?;owner, Mr. If. Dorrington, who intends to considerably enlarge tbera, ami ? fit them up . for...

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THE MAIDEN OF THE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

THE MAIDEN OF THE HILL. [By P. Je fferson Wallace.] Whene the waratah and lily Wave in the mountain breeze And the honeysuckle clingeth To the green mimosa trees- Where the cascade's mimic lingers. " ' And the f?atbcrcd songsters: trill— . Twss> tliece of yefre I met her, - The, Maiden of the Hilt . -. Arrayed m yputh sugtd beanty. Full of innocence smdmittls. To call tbe hlooins of summer. Bee this happy child of earth Tripping forth each morning fire the. slew has left the heath. Through sylvan. tx>wers to sport awhile, v " And twine the flowsay wrtstth. sat yeans have rolled on swiftly, . ' And hopes that once w??e height Have now for ever faded ' In disappointment's night.-, i And tho* the mountain lephyrs j Stilt play upon the flowcre; And the- birds sing just as sweetly - 1 As in thpse bygone houm-i -'Thoi* the green mimosa gnsweth On the mountsun As., of yore. And the honeysuckle cliugcth Fondly round It as before. Yet X miss one pure, bright Uly From beneath its dreamy...

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Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] AT the Police Court on Thursday, John Rich. who was remanded, was charged with stealing £5 10s from Frederick Pearce. The prisoner was committed to lake his trial at the ensuing Qnartcr Sessions. A Court of Appeal was held on Wednesday last, against.the valuation of rateable pro perty within the municipality of Wallieud. There were seventy cases set {town, butjsixty nine of these wen; disposed of at a friendly Appeal Court, kcld at Wal>!*iid- Aboirt a fortnight since 1 gave an account -of the depiiiturc fnim this port of the ship CliryxoTOcnc. of 1777 tons register. Since that Time Ike vessel has arrived ..t Sydney In ] ' :l veryj'dixsblo! i-tate. The f.dltfwing par ticular-* as to Uic disaster have been fur- I nl->bed for publication :—The nhip having .taken on Irtanl 27SG tons coal, sailed Sor ban """—?wise? fn.m Xcwrastle on the 2JHU July ; ''-"Ilowing day a icamnn. Jehn Connolly. **??£ tho anchor, was wasbcil ir.to A. boat's crew search...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 August 1874

West Maitland. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 17. RECEPTION or Dr. VAUWAN.- The demonstration of welcome to this, eminent divine was unquestionably and undoubtedly the most earnest and demonstrative that has . "been witnessed in the Hunter district. For some .previously' a' determined and energetic comsnittep had been .making ar 'ranpemehts to', give hi** Grssce a.reception J.'worthy, of himself .aud' creditable to, the .'?. peopled Maitland; 'and.; their efforts were crowned with unprecedented success: Oil Saturday, at uepn, a large cpncoiirse of peo-. ?'pic, in: vehicles-':and.cm horses, asscmblnl at .? the Rast''Maitland ' station, in readiness to form a procession to escort, the Coadjutor ''Archbishop, and tbe bishops accompanying p him, to West Maitland. . Exactly at twenty ' minute* past one the train arrived at tlie : station, and his GracC.witlt Right Revs. . Drs. >1 array, O'Mahony. anil Lanmgan, and' ': ? number of other clerical and lay gentlemen, took their scats.in...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Co mmercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. ? " - £ s. d. ? Kay (Oaten"t per ton. 5 0 0 t- „ (Wheaten) n 5 0 0 j „ (Lucerne) „ 310 0 Jlaire per bushel ... 3s. IGd. to 4 0 . Oats „ ... ... 4 6 Potatoes* per cwt. ... ... .50 ESS S (wholesale) Bd. per dux. Butter (wholesale) Is. to Is. 2d. por lb. Bacon (whokxalft) 6d. per lb. Cheese (wholesale) 4d. p<*r lb.

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 — 2 September 1874

Synopsis of Latest News. A Melbourne telegram states that a frightful murder has been committed at Schizapper Point. An old man was mur-<*> dered for the sake of £50, the proceeds of the tado ;.?f solm* alicep, - which ho was * known.to;have;- in his .possession. Sis 'skriU'waa cleft with a. tomahawk. The l?(<>3t official new-* from the Palmer : atrito* tliat this gold-field is prosperous, arid fast exteirdinj-; in the direction of the ;JMilchell -'JKiver- Cliineso are largely ar riving. .Prr?*iri<-ms'r,i-o scarce aiid dear. -The blacks are jre-ry trouble-some, having speared the" TSprses, and tbey'.; are.':.. now driving in tlio prospvclors.: - ,- '';. The squatter**, at'a meeting held at Ysse on Friday last con'ilcmm-d Mr. Sai'igrir's :Cfi.ttfo,s^.."RiriU;*isu; : ,-:Y ;Y ??? >; £: ?'?-:?: V -.. The Melbourne reports that; the racehrii-seGoldsborriuj{h has been, sold for £3000, and. ia not likely to start for the Mt**ropoKltilfc- , .!.-.-.*...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Impounding. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Impounding. (From the Government Gazette.) [?] ?'->?" ?-?* s-e-ijK?, ftarnr toreltead. ;. riie*tnut iii?iv, -r, over illegible ' brand ! tte?r tiuouidor, -a. wrvr J J w-btte face, off Litid - foot white ; btowu mure, Ir-" over X near sbbuldei*; tike: :3*>oi£ she*x*ider ; if tiot released; yn?f'OK'J?omi ait; ibis pound ?t nooa ."? the first fourteen dav-s after "*?*? ' p? t "^ t **iirll*rlt*''' *T' ! OTionrke. *-"','. : " ?;"' Y!Y -';' : ' '?'? '? . Impounded at tm.^*tlkbijm& nit Auguat, IST*, frW Js^^Vad^|^li€r? -.'-Wl;, Young;, sum due: *i.3ato,.oCrira't?e<?, ISs.^—Biy bowev W off cheek,.EC elf ?neofc, aged,' 15 hands.Ylf riot-released, will he "stild at this'p>aan4''? at noon on tho 10th September. tG34z— J". Doyle. .. Impounded at Wrillabadnh, on the I7th day of August. 1874. froui Walhtbadah Kun.-by order of J. M*l>?uaid. E*q..z, I,llm due ftt ditto of notice set after e*ch ani iniil : —Chcstuut entire, ?Uir i-.rav2 stripe, j white fellocks. jifco ...

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The Euculyptus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

The Euculyptus. [?] .Society of Victoria, discnssin:; tho question of the fcvcr-pruvCiiiinJj equalities attributed to the tree, in i'.ilrr>>ie.aiidothcr' places wlrer? onr familiar rb-ji trees have been iiifret-luccd, there iidn hite-iy oe<;u Unite an enthusiasm in favour of t'hs tree, avid a desir-; to ascri'ue all ki-id?; tf wonder ful' properties to ie. Xotonly <i 0 its'k-aces yield ?. principle analogous .to nuinine, but the tree has been e-onsiUbr?d "to c-iert at tiilcc a draining iriiii'ic-nc: on.swainW, and an niitimtasmatic intlne-nce on the atmos phere by of i:s exhalations; . Mr. Bosist., liaatisadecalciilationswliicJi induce him to, liuliv-vc that the- quantity of csential Oil in the li>aves of the- eucalypti of Austra lia is quite equal to the production of the effect Knpposed. He thinks that the forests of litis and the two adjoining colo nies contain in their leaves 08,877.440,000 gallons of tho oil, and that a:? this is gradu ally being ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Extraordinary Diamond Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Extraordinary Diamond Robbery. THE New York papers just received con-<*> tain long accounts of a rohiery of dia-<*> monds in New York Captain Andersen a retired Swedish officer, had during many 'years*; voyitgnig, auiasscd a ? Jnrj;e - c?lli-c --tiph ?if '?ncji?^.*^onils^r...He i lately,ii-? ; : 'tireit from sc*. :?ad settled in- .New jifork,'. where he got married, and decided to come 'lo'TSui-rjrie ?sphis, bridal tour for thei pur- - posepr. otstttioiiig funds.- ' 'Hp : vriVhe.lj to. dispose.of wniio-diaii-oiids,' .-iiiii went to a <U?uS?*ia. "hrcJtcr'ssJ'm' ,Bryed*ay.' OutuidP the office he met a vvcll-dre?iWd ihaii ftijlibt mod the hroker watvpnr,t]:Th,'.tiht.wouid-h?> shortly.;: Andocscn e-?ll.Td.r!ga;u, and again met the lime man, accompsMiiid by, an tlfesseet lady, . Tlie man paid he was tlie brotor's clcrfe, and axke<l Amler scttJ to accompany lixi'n .down 'Broadway ? sliort' distance.!??? Andersen went, and on way tho lad...

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 — 2 September 1874

Local and General News. OUTSELVES.- We are sorry, to have to apologies to our readers for the delay in the receipt of our plant which has rendered it impossible for me to print the present issue of oumecon* ; u u?. hbr boose vcwica co be sndentooa tlhafc" ihc blame "does j?t rest with us.. , . TKK WUTSIX:—The principal f catnre. o£ -Q&p—t .Tnsek-Sae beet* -the pcevaloKo.of \ Setae -weeJwJy -?ri??fe yiaA bane made the I teasezatnee Use erarral state TBexe tcjnpta'majbesaMlto.l?.T<t.Tieen made.'hat the boHterous neMdtez- i*s lendemS. each aXTemptaqiuie, fittSe. i&*<tojf?iai=.ji?t>- V&B& it -was-no?'ssdBcSeat to" cause, more Pα, the grass and .ttte" crops. TSe wind still COatUHtOK, ? - . iCiemr Pfoyracxa. —"We kayp- beet h>. Jonaedthai* 9ospieions-fa>okingr inKrid>a>{ has been, {teroting ? eonsiderable amoeatof" attention during tbelast lev rdgbta to the premises occupied by-the Mr. btepiinBoo, asmojratkec ancfi nods ...

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