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

LONDON. Wool continues very firm; 20,000 bales already sold..

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.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 1, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 1, 8 p.m. Rickards, the popular comic singer, levanted for California, on Saturday. "The Hon." Henry parkes formally opened Hay bridge. He. leaves to-day. , The steamer Jeddah has.been! successfully floated. " ? , ' _ .3*oe Mikado arrived, at CaEforriix on, tbe 30th nit. a day in acbnanoe of her contract time*, , - ' ~ - r -In the case' Short v. Short in the Divorce Court, * dissolution has been granted. His Honor Judge Cbecke has been, granted twelve months* leave of absence. Jiandwick gates both sold to-day; total £1700. Dc the' "Oeri. ' VT. IS. CSarke have resigned the" positions of trustees of tb e Sydney Museum, *in consequence of the recent misunderstanding with Mr.! Kicff t.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

SECOND DAY. ? The racing on the second day- was very B fair. The Ilnrry Scurry race fell (hrongh, Wm there, being no entries, andthe attendance Wmt of the public was not so large as on the SB former day. Mir. Rosnier neted as starter Bl on the second day, and Mr. John Alford W| . as judge. Before the horse rncing com- JB meuced this day,' a foot-race for £2 a-eide; distance 100 yardsj was rnti between '.Tames BB Solomon-and David Ryan, rcsnlting in a P[ victory for the latter, although he gave his on opponent ; twi> yards start. A jumping Bβ J match between Dm same men was decided Sf i in a similar way, Ryan clearing the bar at SS 5 feet 2 inches, . A second foot-race caine BJl off in. the afternoou for £1 a-sidc, and. ?? Solomon again found himself second best. BB FStrI Race.—Xorthem Handicap of 40 sovs, BB with a sweep of 3 sots, each added ; for aH , all horse*; 1J mile; second horse to re-. HHj ceive C sovs. from the prize. . ??.':',' BB Mr. A. Allright's br. m. " Uaritana," ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Spring Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Singleton Spring Races. The Singleton Spring Uacesof 1874 com menced on Wednesday last, nnd concluded on the following day. The weether was most beautifully line, and everything promised well for tho Kucces* of tlie meeting. For some hours before the ad vertised time of starting, preparations of Various "kinds were being made pa tho cbnrse/- especially by those notorious appendages to all race-meetings, the gentlemen -who,! if . they, -were believed, might be thought the roost beneficent in existence. They sacrifice every thing for the- good of those /who parmnun; them, always excepting; the. very large sharo which they so innrjccnlly appropriate, to themselves. These garrulous beings with fheir games of one-sided . luck Tnnstereti in unusual, strength, nnd seemed t<. Uβ thunght-very'-honest' f?How!?, :; judging; Uy the large 'nmormt. of'patroinige they' re ceived: There Were' three booths- on the proond. Wsiilce fmit and- cnrfce-stnll*, ortt tlio attendanco of. the pnl.l...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

SYDNEY MARKETS. MAJDESr. HIIX, AND CoY Wool.—.The advices per Nubia are, of a very satisfactory nature. The sales show a geueral advance of from Jd. to IJd, per. lb. upon the closing. Trine rritee, competi tion continuing extremely ! vigorous. At the present time there are really no parcels to hand to test the market hero; we -may," however, mention, that we have several parcels of the new dip in tranxit, and as soon as regnlar Weekly sales' commence; onr friends and constituents may depeud npon having the fullest informatioe re specting this market. Tailow.—The market remains unaltered. *We catalogued and sold -17 casks at 275. jto 30s. j this must. be considered .fair' market valne, ss Ibe.qualities were only, medium. "Really good parcels of rantton and. station suitable for candles would realise from .32a. to 35?::; prime, beef 32a. -per PwtY '?'?'?.'?'?'?'-.??"!;!'-??','.?"-. ' ; ' Hides.—As the anpply for this market hi; scarcely equal to the demand, prices may ' reasonably bo ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SATTLING [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

THE SATTLING Took place at Mr Aeli's Royal Hotel on Thursday evening Champagne flowed freely at the expense of Mr. A. Bowman the giver of the cup whose health. Hi .posed *>y *&*? llp^tec,-was c*?thusiasticall)- E-driiik. dseess-fbitovvisrg-. Mr. Bowuiaji jreplicd, cspresscng Ids pleasure that fee hwi ' been able to. do.sometliing for the saeJtspsC ?of the" meeting, arid hia willingness to do again-on the next occasion vvliat ho had slone' -on "thi* or.c, and provided ie had : again.' *thfl honor pf ?} -Fejarespa.tnig then "MdhicapalHy. of ,tio "nrottd". to give thon imother cup.' CAp iilaii?e.) He explained avr?y the niisuo sderstandinpp' "which, he wits sorry tp Sod -some had -been labouring linder, that he Jiad rtro bisown horse ftir the 'c?jv- The : horse belonged to Mr. Howard, a r,gentl?mna. in Sydney, .who, in reply to a. telegram he had sent him, told him ("the to let the horse start for tho Cup. ?(Hear, hear, and applause.} "The Jndge land Stewards and tlie other ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAITLAND MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

MAITLAND MARKETS. Messrs. wotrx AND BADOr.rty's B*-n* r 'Br. Stations.—Wo note still a disposition to invest in well situated arid secured eattlo or sheep runs, and have given delivery of Mr. "U- I*iues* Tulloona Station, sold by ? us, with 47,032. siief'P, at 21t. each cash. Sat Cattle.—Since onr last a marked improvement has taken phtco in value, and as Sydney market has *tn upward ten dency, we expect to set? prewent qt-.otr.tions well upheld. We have sold 7(J cull e-o\vs at £4 13s. to £?". 3s. avcs-n?ing £5 Is. 0.1. ; 42 built*!-*., culls at £7 0 cows at £7 17s. w, £3 2.;. We rpiote* best yards of bullocks to £'J ; ditto .into cows, £->. Store- Cattle-—Vc have bad a ipiiot week, sales cousistiug for tlie most part of small : Jots of ?ijjecu.'Mtors' eattlo. Ait kind* m-II ' wMisjr.'.'.^ :: 9^i?j£&'s^: . 'j'.'jvV. hsmj, sold. 6QO vaedhmt dittonfc 13k,"16Q-' -JokbetsiatUte. ; : -'"f. ! '*^ec>>.'-.S^?^.j^'g^^-ii^-.-^^--:^^ |^_: : ;3^j*s^:aojjotw^^ -'^taii?£ms?''i^gp...

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 — 2 September 1874

HfpajBTleCtM*. O0§o?w 3Uj3t*cUjee Jtor the- 6ka0v list, ?? Belfcrd.- BratDOhJu. JJociitrrev 'Went TttitffUiift. Mcrpcth. Varatal* and Sew caetfe, OB SftmcUy, Tnfdtjr, TfforTnoiay. %tmrylay, Friday, a?d Batenlay, at Scone. Btandfbrt, v W?lne?dar. -Vharodar, Friday. ,wt<t Tboradn\ FiMwttad itatnnirj-. t?Wot TWatttanJ. Morpcth", Kewcastte, East 1 ..ISxWjtrttrtirtii, Ju?i4erry'? Plain*, ou Xae* * "" *' <I?jcThttn4ajr r ?wiS?tanlaj', '*' firSlntieWallief; cm Satutdsy. Kt K3tt stm. - li'Vere awi Korttrlti, on TaciuJjrf, Xhs? ?^ v *^' , xt 2&3O ? To Scott's Flat, West Brook, and Gtcndba Prook.- <ta WedneeOaj-, mot ,, . v , St. daiii aaat SoonngpcJt, ? .' git Hitnrrt?y t , .. v -;" KnsrltobiWnllaC TT" f .", Wait?it£Dt *e dcflpatciwd. for fenglajrf. b r the different Mates ?eiuUi>vr*-:— > v . > , Via ~S?L.vFzamsisco,—1st Aogoat, ' '39th. -' 'Aagaat > 'jiiad.Setb < ijeptemket. <uid Sμ*,—7lk and itb. Sejiteiebep. ? ' -'...

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 — 2 September 1874

XMIF > OTJTS?I3Iiyrg& IMPOUNDED at Singleton on August 20th, 1874, from tiltmdon, by Mr. Joitsgxos :— Bay horse, TC off shoulder, liind feet white. If not released will lie said on September 18th, 1871. JOHN CHOBCHLAND, * Poandkoeper. WsM*t?A A GSNESAL SS&VANT.—AppIy" to iIKS. HOOKJE. *c- JHambleilon Hill. To?; KcsMsMes^. THE Ladies ot Singleton and the district are respectfully informed that tbe In mates of the Asylum am. getting very badly otr for BOOTS and. CXO'fIUXG*, and that Donations of : left off sutacles of either. de scription will. be' tbankfnlly.- rccctTcd. ?If word is left at the' Institution, or irith Jiuay of .the Committee, the goods will be called for. "Waafait OZ\ SADDLE HOP.SESin t>cod Condition ; JU\J age* from four to yelirs; colours —Bay, Chestnut, Brown, -or Black ; about 1-6 lunula 3 Inches. Apply to T- CtJLLEK, Terminus Hotel, Singleton. To Ktnc Breeders, Hoists tor. Stew* Caledonia. THE "fjudersigned "Veterinary Surgeon to tSsc New Cal...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. CAMPBELL, [?], AND [?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

ME LBOURNE MARKETS. CAMPBELL, [?], AND [?] REPORT. c Pat Cattlt—l324 heaj forward f??* the. ?woefe, TSO of which w-err-sol.f to-.i, y, I??r -inj*e the balr.rr.ce. to bo tlwpo*e-f of to morrow. Ths ussjocity c£ the supply, w -ts pita nriddliag deicripuoa. an J pncv? for sttch reded. 10s. lover, whilst anythnijp ~JjK&*f- 1?* ready a*!* *t iolly oo.ua! to> last week's high rstfe*. -; the limited ?op r ?dyW tw???ty--eight Imadt, optripetitioo wa* keect, and: prices extretrwly ingle. Quora iSonm-i— ?*?*, to 80m. ; otziecs 20s. "J*-*Jfc-Y'VvY r ','.'..'?"? : Fax Si?pt—-Tie>bnlkforwaril waa good to but owing, to the 7uu?a ro dncricos in tlm vainer pfsjrins tbe m&trket opened Ixngriid, aad. ?*? drill fcbr-oaghont, prices "giving -way ??'?'?to- la. Bd. per head on alt descriptions. . Two or three, lots of :firitf-**bj*ri ewe? in, wiich rtxade'froia. lOs. to Ilk.;fitt! "??'??"?-. Y-'- : 'f^'Zrtu>d)&—looo-Bcased,. which nt consa.dembly above tbe rvcjuireuieuts ...

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A NAVVY LIFTS HIS VOICE AGAINST STRINGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

A NAVVY LIFTS HIS VOICE AGAINST STRINGY. NAVVY BOR. The Page, August 23rd, 1874. Which my name 's Old Bob the Na[?] muck upon this line I comed over from the Western with Joe bpinlusv*ni?te-<*""??ne, *?- , , Where wo. worked for Bills* O ussadhe warnt mttchof a boss, * For he knowed no more, ?bout-railro??ts nor '"" ' " old Tom, his(lobbin boss;\ ( , leastways, Geordie Bstelt told mc as old Bitty wouldn't deal., "?? "With hrtn far some'dobbins, 'cause they, had no flanges on tbe-wheel t " - And whene'er"wo stopped for "smoke-bo, > he would only let as sit . Jest long enough to- iuvresrfKratrthree whiffles and a spit; Wir-h, that wara*r. the clean potato, sad it wouldn't dolor Bob, - Xoryet for poor otd Spinkiey—so we both * . jscketl np the job. Bat what I wants to mac at is this ore —it makes mc sad Jfor to see the way my comrades nre-ardrsviug thcirselres mad, . A-swlHmg on that stringy, wfch the quan tity they drink— f ' Especially at pay-time—is enough to fill a se...

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Original Poetry. THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

Original Poetry. THE MOON. A.G.M. Newcastle. [?] ?7f7*BCJ>**C?tm-j>em m>?rom~nrr*amawi. --a" - f n orb ?f mghr, ?"*- *X love to coht face, *?. lb ww?d&>^S Tush"*, lobery restJngpJsce. ?-,( ?-*fc?i?W*S-? ?-}?*??-?' j. *> TMfcuu*.* Aresjjn, \ ?? * li!'* <="?"i f '" yfiftr lql' lia*? ????<—?*? " That lores.? dwelt-on tdiooght otpSeajaare uns*.

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OBITUARY. The Late Mr. William Collins. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 2 September 1874

OBITUARY. The Late Mr. William Collins. It is our painful duty to record the death by drowning, on Tuesday last, of Mr. WILLIAM COLLINS, of Dochra, near Singleton. Mr. COLLINS was born in Dundee, Scotland, in the year 1811, and was consequently, at the time of his death, in his sixty-third year. His parents were highly respectable. Though they were in easy circumstances, and his   prospects in his native land favorable,     Mr. COLLINS, like many intelligent and energetic Scotchmen, looked for a field in which his talents might have greater scope,   and his enterprise be rewarded with greater success. Such a field Australia seemed to be, and thither he emigrated in the ship Formosa, in the year 1840. Shortly after his arrival, he came to this district, in which he has since remained for the long period of 34 years. After having gained " colonial experience" at Glendon, at the time the most extensive establishment on this side of Sy...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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DIG DERP TO FIND THE GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

DIG DERP TO FIND THE GOLD. [?] 'TU nor ?*l t'le i??irf*??' "cSxt t ??/- tti'lr t*xm. v foU", Bstl-rrln tVitXintlfll ? — lutt ns-t-t" Tr.s tiik uoiun. l".?t thou l**rt thr SrtiU brlctilmt "*r*r."s pl L n hVm?t ??-? A-t I t'.y r>i?ttir't jUI lis *?nfc?i" KIelle? '/ TVn tlri'?ra u,:t tbat white j-oit tlusvr F.?rth> lH>utit.r j-nn-It VlioH. It.il ??..! win li?r trvontnA— .l"i<i ititici" -ro rixii Tn?Uin.li. Pout ttirtft sltt'i off knOTT'edg*, TJ*f xinlv>t ot iuevs iu?t. Anlnirtrlri), t wort 1 *>r/<-tc3V? :Thy. lerat'tcc* cjaiT W IS V v? ?ujt i?.l nn tnunl^l ??* rarthew.itlt'i In t"if ??-l-ltt tnliKn of torriltili m<s .niat" th ruu> Tint ihhj^

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Selected Poetry. THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Selected Poetry. THE PRESS. CAPTA NS G. W. C utter. [?] jKn **rw toab* *-*-** tHlratv tt+mcv? ? , A* ihe !<miM-d ji-jFttt off hmMvik: Xh*jr milmaLmtlU gfr-u* , T?Hr c?rwt t???a OkiiH up-aatt*e *??rti> Lib t^* l . A* at .? fhr-m-i, ,?** tho** not On Out Jmricmt. faM&. - A*4 I****- tfe-f-Uaa ch-*tn. TH* i4ej*pf*tV"??< tt h*uvd' fibahU ???*??? /mb*** ??a**** ? : JL*-t prfr-frtiTy ??'*&? aad U?>f.<r power-' Ibune?"acirr?tftj.bfo.t ?Vv>.?ii?wTt: Etet kytr 7?ot>??<tS tb*iee?ir?r TS? ?nXt*ne -?*?? ?*?? *fr<?*?rtt 1 Tit *?*l. osa Zop the pwK??*?-?* 2um!; . "Hi* worttthjr metpaem <wr*?S The J*£i ?Tmm? <Wfc to idar-jr t***??<, Tte paftk, l*t £?*???* ,wftt thrtMi**. Tet'axS Uvtct ffnitkr ?4 tb? brjwfr— Tli** AkM Ucwwlfc ?f ?S*X ; JHfc c'j?linlw>t.?? the -adcaty Jg?s, .A* Mi* ?rtpntTnand eh* -wult ww broke Tft?& bomxl iter*. Attl libartr wad iratl*' a?K?>k? Fnw* cea?...

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 — 9 September 1874

DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. Last "Week of tha Annual Sale. INTENDING- I'archaecre arc reminded that the sale will CLOSE on SATUR DAY next, iittlimt. During the closing week, -as iisu-il. further TIKDL'CTION'S IX PRICES -trill be made in many lots to ensure a clearance ??SKff PRINTS, I'creales. Brilliants, Twill"!, Cambric-*, Lawns, Jacucefce, Jcc, in cluding a ftne selection of tho liesl class of each, with othe-r SKAfcOX GOODS, expected to arrive by the new steamer Durham, from London, in the co.irse of the present month.— Patterns, can lie Tiatl per post by country residents. Sn-ctEros,'Septt: Ith, iw-t. [ADVKimSESIENT.] To Mr. Qninn. IBECI to distinctly contradict the iisscr . tiort made by jtai nl 3lr. W. C. lttvwnc's sale to-day, "when 1 l>iil for a sofa, thnt I hail not tlie money to pay for it—:w I can protc by nevcr.il witiii-wet, who were there, that I had more than sufficient for that, pur pose in my possession, ami na*. rc-wly to pay tbe cash on the fall of the hammer. T con s...

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 — 9 September 1874

Commercial Intelligence. Sing leton Price List. '-'.'' J4ES6 ; RS: MOltT JCSU - CO?* , yrXKKfJT eiftCTXJI.R- -- : ;;; ' "'W'oot—^%W:iv W report* tW* mjui*r, bcicff TW7 b?.rpir *njrplW. *? .urn*! ?t this ***? 'fotkifit tins jar. : AAviac* coatfnue to , fttfta EofUant. t??l w Joolctor tttfaiactorj- price*root. i tW* swte for tbencvc clip*. ?-:'.- ? ? .; r- ?,..; .L, ' Sbecp^W-tMi.-—Jtaxktt flirft' fct late <rhotAtfoft?j VU. !>— i TT*U-gw?rii.-llili6k?sL: I%L-to >7*t; ?mt #T to rt~-?0n1k?.,-i:i.-L tob&L per ltx. .* ' Wo nnote—BwT.X3Uto XB2; maitoir 8 ..X3*. to XS*,; y mixed, £27" to *?> prt tori. . .'/..':? .:".",' .-- BtW-i—."Wo. c???t v iMta much pttcnacm in * tW* market; tl?iiupp*y?*?***w' o r-^*n<*,t?oUi3B*t*sr£riide 1 ??* prf-Sos -ir?.tW*nfc ?nr -ncit likely towte . :io-???ni aire wcafca iti|<t:*wiii-ifcai. : Qnotn t*i-m?*t*-~M*linrasalle<l. ?St. to Al. i Afcl. tp - Ilonw** fakfc* ?wi?iu Mri-aflHt, nt *t>oTit. lata rf...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Randwick Spring Races. (From the Sydney Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Randwick Spring Races. (From the Sydney Papers.) The Derby morning (Saturday last ),broke with a suspiciously-kiwering look, the weather which had been threatening at times on the previous day having a decided appearance of In-caking np; and we ltecame unpleasant ly fearful that the attendance of vibitors on the com-se would not como up to the satitsfaction of tho A.J.C., or tire requirements of the gate and booth lessees. However, there arc always large numbers of peop'e who will go to trie races, and at an early hour these commenced to leave town in every available description of vehicle, from the aristocratic four-in-hand downwards; so that the. hustle in the streets was still con siderable, and the rattle of omnibuses and cabs such-as remind one of other-similar days of former yearn. The oiuciaU were at their posts, thu usual punctuality being observed in getting the fields to the post. .TJicre was an attendance of about! six thousand persons -on the course. IlnnSe Xtace. a liau...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Mr. Parkes at Daniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Mr. Parkes at Daniliquin. THE Hon Henry parker [?] of New South [?] [?] ?T^?*3.,'.'--!'fl?*r-rctf.'we v^ '4: -h'-<.£~i''< ,: '?':?'? ?'? ::'::Attcr-^i3-r^r|iiE^cKA^:*^Qr?3 .vs.l%<i7Kt*"j"rtwwS.:. '^*-r> iM^ii^'il&.'O'^ :^.l^t^-,i'(^li???i!*feY'-:?;'?,''-;:'";:?rY:-:--';?',!; :Y''s'rr.-::£riT&i*^;'-w'U^'^ nrid'. l^-jicriajtiriiMiid'Ji&iririj^.'^T^'t'Sb'rt-'fjn.Hit !reii(iiti**S*"s*/r^ ?!& jp*tit*ral i"T^turc?:,'.^''*^'f^lS^j-it^..c-iadi^ ; Ji?p*-^.,s?Y;l*te..' tb*t hp yeua jj^T^i-ir'Sji^ iptta*t^t > Y, : "?" Ift: iSay"forniediM Very,vniy?iKC"<iit *,t" .'to cuWyr; re ri'ps-s*.. ,^Kli"ttn*<-cf:^ .*fi?ft'h* "p?t.;?:d^irf,i*:a?3te >*tcrfi>-";-t;; irifd'VW??^..j-"a'j e '.-l?.? : t /-Al. it sw -'fe ; *(i"tw..; lii* t"'ii'.i*v*?*, rt:-JSliuV,ix of XriY^P*nith."S>¥'?Tc^-t**.to , Ain'yi>.si'.^'^^/m : .i't" Ins tii.tbc: ii'tiY't-ility xv I&ohe PX the Vt^fer'iVrMSMii'syjY-.itst; **'....

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bathurst. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Bathurst. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] As I intent be forward from time to time any name of interest occurring here, I thought it as well to say a little about the appearance of Bathurst- which from its size. -popufatiiyt, axA w*td*-3*t*' max, I think, fairly ' &a^a''o?r'<Q?ti&e* : ne?ar to the * tT?ei-Mrpo&tot^'tli*"?*o*rtsm?ortaiittowftin ,?$-8- -teoloirp.i .?tin?a£j?s or* as;-c&rea&iea'oE. v thrsierel of iheaeay far, clnaartiv at may be sapjJO?e-J, is veuvurk-? 'abrybracSogamibmlUrjrto-s8 savfe'those -of cerai??-'ftrve teaSem***-*.- ?vet having; exy -tremeeoWarfiercobj^H'wa.iwKiibeabbT ' localifrr. Situated, too>ou a plain, which as 1 sttrwtiwfcd by taSte gxitiaa&f iiwaw?sing in * he%bt tilt filially "they* assume tbe nze suit ?'-grandeur- <? mo?MjtiJasYst eommaoas views ,ext3xnerylaecirtrti^'£iKK?-?latiaiei—i?e?e?t- Sng a con?irtrrarJe comttast to<be pogtrion of Mnirrmrmirir, wish: itsr-ange, rough!...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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