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Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, September 1st. 1874. Before Mr. Jas. Smith, P.M., and Mr. G. Jarman, J.P. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, September 1st. 1874. Before Mr. Jas. Smith, P.M., and Mr. G. Jarman, J.P. LARCENY. James Molvor was brought up on re- <*> mand on a charge of stealing £5 from Mr. W.C. Browne, to whom he was an indentured apprentice. ' William Charles Browne deposed'tliat. the .defendant -was l his- identitred ap prentice from :the: Randwick ; Asylum; o;i or about' the 7th July last Itaiyiiig (ie-citsioil to do sohie little job. .on his pre mises;, he hniig his over-coat on a nail: in tlie kifi-he-n, iii the breast pocket of this coatlie had'left a portmoiiiiaie in which were four £l-tuttcs, and ol.ie £r>-notci oii the; A. J. S. Bank. The next day having occasion to take sonic money, from his purse he found-that the £.>-iiote was inissing, not having the least siispii-ioii that -the prisoner: hud stolen it, having had no. reasoil pre viously to doubt his honesty. About a fortnight after this oecnrrene-e. his ser vant-maid reported to him that she ...

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

? -/"" Biaglefara Post Qgtas. Xslte ,?3oa? fisr ts?s- SaoKtv tbaa. .??"?*. . tsYwrHwr. XasiMli-CTr. *?l JtaiUMd,J?iiriwth, Wants* ucJL Kemiosttfc <*? 3SauOu.r. TaoHlaj-, " - -srsdssssttsr. Thm?*?r. VjW?r? ??" tsatviiuf. at *CJNS?jbsu i - - Jfaitfl.— H?-;l<m tm.lUHl aiKnmriull. ?mkl?jv TiK-?*?3-,-W?dl??? -&y. Tbarcclsy. JTrlda* .?1 S*lHKtoj si b J<r swm. sukl -sm. ra-urrfa* muilng sit £-v*n*. tor Ban Hay , maenftacr* t&ra&CEt. JPur Ctasulmwll. Tu-?J^n TtUEThlsuv ??t* XatHrtev. . - ' stag; p. —.. Tf-' —? ??*?*.*a? **? Kteal-tor-Ballday'r Sa?th^Sa TMss)dar.'*CM>il>9. Wedwaday. ThxnJMT, , yna?ty.s?ida?r.cT?isiT.i<>'W??t M?m??i, atctpwb..- K*araaol>,;Ea?t3Jaa)as*i. To WkrtTOJth. sk) Jenj V PUton, Oa Tn?e?r. Tluoos- an* "hfcimiajr, n% SUHI plus. T?'jaiH?ki'E.-VUle?i.<srs haJHxaSaf. *fc &3H jam. T? "Caw ?Xt Fon>u.irti. on Tu?iKUy, Tlioriday. sn* ' SBtCl?teV, at I&s> SLUL T?> ...

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Mildred's Lover. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Mildred's Lover. (A Complete Tale.) THE wintry first of the February sunset wars reflected from the western windows of the old mansion at Towerswood ;the grave on the lawn swayed softly in the k ?tib" t-.t mil 31 ildr d lowrs?- it in tin it ndow, on fir rheik r st hit on hr Ft nl, iniiNk v iioii"-iton-, ot tin Jlt„ it of ttllt" Minlr tl wi> hin Imiiii uitit - mill Htvi?J: of fare and form. . Tall, with i Ion:; ''? alabaster-like ' throat, and an ilm 1 lid nit i < flu rln id, tin c in. 1 !! t„ itr of her iU?r" tie- - ni-d t?i re id voir lit irt lik in up n n him \onin nr i-ould li i% di <in dtt t lit Mtltlr-d Ton r-> i<?u'd fill in 1 >\t yet it was even so. " He" is g'.n." I" sin" niiinitureil, n - lev-.iv wr ig lig her fluids r, pe-iri-tuit d han-U, ." ami it will \n a whole mouth ere 1 ?n. him -j, mi ATg A\ alti r' mi pnH^tt??edhn?d>!'lld , how Mint the strnnj.f won!< xctm * And the hutVf g-ired ?>ut upon tin d?rj> iiint...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 9 September 1874

Coroner's Inquest. An inquest was held on Wednesday last by the district coroner, Dr. Glennie, at the Cricketers' Arms Hotel, John-street, Single- <*> ton; on the body of a man named George Bailey, -who met his death through being, kicked by a horse on the Sunday previous. The following jurors were - sworn, viz., Charles Humphris, William Fox; James. Smith, George Ford,'and-.George Achurch. Thomas' Smith, being duly sworn, deposed; lam a groom nnd reside at Singleton: on Sunday evening last £ was in company!with the deceased near the bridge at bingleton; Arthur Monro was with ns 'on horseback behind Mr. 3lcJDongall y Monro's hat blew off aud tlie deceased, George-Bailey, went to pick it up. JSIr. JMJcDougall trait on horse buck just in front 'of ns, and as- deceased went to pick the hat np,'he startled Mr. McDougall's horse, and it kicked himin the "belly; 'he got up arid walked about "twenty yards, and lay down complaining of great pain. He was taken into a house' nea...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

LEAVES. WHAT is life, and what are we able leaves upon a tree-<*> Green to- day . to-[?] [?] Ouwn. t?tr una brt?**> w?-, lime, ?*t uiit. vtwws Hl? trw ; Tffnwthry- vruaut.loin th?ni<*alil. With their hintarfcil nntcUl. So {.bail* src. I Ith onr lot . -Truss It. <llr. am Ms- fnrftot — Jty ut r..v- the tree win foil ; Dim tililiriiMS wsdt*for >tl.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Selected Poetry. THE VOICE OF SPNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Selected Poetry. THE VOICE OF SPNING. Mrs. Heman[?]. [?] By tiat Ksaau Icaaxa vaatttta; aa-X raW> 1 liaaa: t?tT.tboil.<? Use Sootlt, asul xfia cba.ta?t- J-y t-uNssancWlaasie- tmest tram Vtu> Sacvafc turn us* , Amt the anefcstt anms. luxt tkirf-An- lanaa, Aswwalntislt&vrentha on Marian jjWon. —Bat it is vut tne urn* bs. nss" boar is! bloom, *r?.apcak <* Our rata, or am eosnt> t Jjsm paaaeit ?rar the h3l* ottbu- atocurr Kbrtb, Jlai tlw I?reh *a? has-c ?0t lila taaaula torn-. . atmaygms. Aiai ttss- rainitatr booiHat tfaoueit tSa pastas* frsc. Antf'tbaikSSMt-baaahfrfaacc.arapftMr stMctt. Aactt-atsiMaa liwfca briiclit. ?a?te bj ?tc(? ho* tx^o. J lla.T?.)<RtC <broO(th tl>?*a?<l patlai? socnttc ?lfeh. Atatcaas*ooo ea-b Twice ot tie i?e?s? baifakir FJoOI ttw meht-lrtnTa toy cbrvoslt Us atMOry tuae, tatbe-croaal.urtlSca.dt l!M?rjl? cliU?f. TothkamaliiaiU iwbrb3r?i?fael?Bil late*. Wtatst Jtlat ilaklcltr.l)Uisjrls into-...

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 — 16 September 1874

Mechanics' institute, cINGIJeTON, FKIDAY A: SATUBDA3T, Septkmeee 18xn jcn> 19th. IMMENSE SUCCESS, AND FEBST AP PEAKANCK, or THE GBEAI BiELOW, IN HIS WOKDEBFUX.. VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL, CHABACTEBISTIC EKTEEIADOIKOT, ASSISTED SIT Mx. D'AECY,.: the Bird-like . Warhling Tenor [ ahso,- PEOFESSOR GOTJLSTONK, the Astounding; Double Instrumentalist. Great Hit of CHANG THE GIANT, and his BEAUTIFIED PRESENTS GIVEN TO THE AUDIENCE. NIGHTLY. Also, KITTLE HONG KONG, Brother to Chang. Barlow in all hi? Favorite, Characters, Solos, Dances, Jecu, and Blue-Tailed Fly. Adjussiox— and li. Commence . at Eight, and over at Half-past Ten. fEiTABUSKED ISO*J ' Barry's Celebrated Toilet Preparations. 4*a*w IUSBTS TBICOPHEROTTS pspv For prcaexring, - Tastorlttfr, ? and beautifying; tlie Hair; eradlcaUnsr jjt pectssf'and dandrcff; lemoring alt > Bay imparitiet. tram, tbe aoalp; {Knrnaat- lag lialrtnsea aad gray hair. . Will to certainty seetoee sraasc azsd* tbia making It XUIdC, aorr, sad Tbe IfcatSairCoJo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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[?] AND MARKETS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

[?] AND MARKETS REPORT. [?] J?Cat3?.—3*ta*(ispias: IWOW4 tasqtsal to atttate naat?.TaaDaa -iMt?san)ss?ittroJsdilsJt??Mr?t ?waiilssw, ami ?aow ait astraaof att laat' Maul's, upsut?flna, A draft ot otsnaottt WtmeaJfctsstarostacootssiSc* A. JE. Jotaatoo, Xm,,rmSmA tq?to £? M*. tb?*???assr rraacoatafaWM- sndoo *?~-*it wsot>tatesaaastmaaa?<>t£l*3fc.l?r&Sotae tavHoctas toaa Babfr.vh.ia.iniat'ir ?tJ. Mowlwv ?*-??. tbanxstjwniwJiaintjCmparbaai. tjaauwaaormzSju. ! ta33K.par:*LoJ*lba. ' Sbe Sasstp.-Safcw?lrWatitrstsr a. tscajfc dataastd. tor adsns-ssatbesav wafch an. aalaabla asi.Mst.to It. aarfr. iaanlnstisart&-*adaT<inal*i^a*eda*l.ataate. Star* Cattkv—Tba iTiiinaiiil tit all etaaata at oatfia oooaU?rabij iitiiiiH, ?b? satssptje: ptu-jriatora Jnajr tbasaCase-..taljr-tspon atstabslae malln ratacaa fiw*thiTtri^HiTfi'-r'- M fli*" "llmisaniHSi TTnTTnfili. r* Tfas to£Sla.: ?o*n',£SS*J't?£4par'b>ail. Stoat fibaini—THs.toofc.tac uo tsaiis.i.rlmia otacq...

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 — 16 September 1874

Commercial Intelligence. Singleton Price List. SEeX. (Wnekaalr) ?d. -Mr doa. Batter (Wtolmlir) IM. pavUa. Sacam (WWaaatr) Sd.per lb. Oaiasn QfbolMalpJ <d- par I>V ?*??.*. Hay (Oaten) pcr-ton .- . -. *- ; ??? * " O 0 ? (Wtenton) „ — ... *'*??£. Kkl? ptt trcsbx* — .. — 3a. lOd. to * 0 Oat*. V -- -- -- — -* *"<*' Ptitataeaiwrcwt. - .. -. ~ '...???????*..?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Local and General News. THE WEATHER—During the past week we have been visited by a much-needed rain, which being of a gentle nature, and continu-<*> ing for some two or three days, cannot but have a most beneficial effect on the crops, and on vegetation, iri general. There being nopfrccptiWe rise in the river, wemity infer j that all the rain which fell, was absorbed by, the thirsty ground. . The weather ?uucc'has I been Miilil nnd calm, with the exception of n light, variable wind yesterday. The grass is beginning to spring np everywhere, ami may noon be expected, to take the njacc of the clover, which for the past lev weeks ha? been the only food available to horses and cattfe. i'lottghing operations are now being vigorously pushed forward, where the want of rain lias hitherto hindered them, and already on some'of; the fannst the young wheat is very conspicuous, and looks healthy and strong;. -?- — -?'? :-.:,, J..-- -:,-', -~-...-:?' . tJ-fccocaK- Mo-snrcMKXTS. -r—Sh...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Plea for Cremation. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

A Plea for Cremation. THE furious westerly wind by which the dis-<*> trict has been visited during the past few days has been the means of disclosing several very ghastly and painful sights at the old Soman Catholic Burial Ground, near the JLagoon. The stud graveyard being a sand bank on the nca-.fihore, the late winds have blown the sand away in many parts toadepth of several feet, the result bong that several coffins, with all that now exists-of the mortal remains deposited within them, have been exposed to view. No less than nearly a dozen tiuch remnants of coffins and humaaity have been re-interred by thepplice duringthe last day or two. In many instances only the forms of the coffins can be traced in thesand, but in every case the larger bones of the dead thus disentombed may be found in their respective positions. 'We -visited tbe place yesterday, and found the sights presented truly saddening. J. In addition to several out lines of coffins which were then clearl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Court Cause List. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

District Court Cause List. The following is a list of the cases set down for hearing at the sittings of the Singleton District Court, which commence on Wednes-<*> day next before his Honor Judge Dowling. Kichard Windeycr Thompson, West Mirit lnnd ,v. George' Langworthy Lcthhridge Bndgeman. Professional "?rt icch, £6 3s. lOd. 'William. Kingston, Singleton v. Henry, Clarke. Singleton. Good?ioId,:£lO Os. 3d. Benjamin Richards, Windsor v. Alfred Cob croft; Charlton.- Excessive Damages. £20. Andrew Dries, Camberwell v. T. Maroney. Broke. .Trorcr, sSIi. _, John 'Thompson, Wcstbrpok'v. James Shcchan, Ssingieton Breach of contract, *?"? 10*, I Edward Woorc, Reedy Creek -v. John Hassett, lUiedy Cicsk. Tmspas*- £30. Alfred Frireher,,hyhisna\*t;friei'd William- Evans Doctor's Creek ▼. Chutes Tsajgart, Doctor's Creek. Contract £L I Thomas JFihner, Singleton -r. Robert* Faulkner, Tjtirmont. Tzarer, *15?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Disastrous Gales at Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Disastrous Gales at Kiama. THIS district was, on Sunday and Monday last, visited with one of those periodical gales which year after year cause to much damage and inconvenience to the settlers. The wind in thisinstance—a westerly gale—Commenced. oo Suadsymorsdng, shout ten o'clock, but it. was not smta about Tpjn. that the hurricane heeame alarmingly strong-. ' All through the night ther storm raged with terrific fury, and when, daylight broke span the township, many were the evidences of its. destructive -violence.' Wlndfmet:tie- beholder';. ooatt hands most ot the high haiidSnes at the totnt, have been. Stripped of, thexhits?e whether wood or lead. Chicsaeyshave bets blown, down to an. extent num. before known, is. the district The otd denomiTratiotaJ schoot ' brnHh-g;. which a wooden strnctU?e,rf>oat I fifty {set x eighteen, was,Jtaetted to the [ground. The large shed of the Agricultural [ Society has saSered considerably, aadjocse of I the places will have lo he takandowa and...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Half-Holiday Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Half-Holiday Movement. A MEETING for the purpose of [?] the establishment of a weekly half-holiday in-Singleton, was held on Tuesday evening, the 8th instant, Mr, M.C. [?] in the . chite. :ThettVfmioh6&'lW'penu)teWetusa?, T*fe.Tfip<iwicgteg. 'ia3^.^c?m^*ha^nyt : :. 'IT*V |V^Jl*?twi *j^*^"*tyt*" w 'f?J*^**ffi- ; by reading the advertitw=Drnt coaverJsig titej i?tswjjig .mssSt some, jrelimmary jsj^j, thl? ,mb*ncr<^^ JlllTr** V* jj* ? a "'' '"* "*' *-"W**T*t* Antiaa?M,-*. midaitaiidlWwniejitdic^itwasforaJrjersoix eaci how- injnnotait the Ijs. graiit?ng-4:'?f> batt-haUday.tejthoegbi Jt]bs?t,Jte-aJipS**pn? 'would'-'te lenSr- fApplaase.> He felt very great pleasme m taking part in thi?v aawemeari: AtoJ small concession to the employte wouhi : enable them not cmry-tbJiiiipEove their physi- , ??a*, but also their rnnrtaT energies. Thbee of '-them tdefagageih.'?utdoor pursuits might employ themselves, to great advantage in the cricket and other-' ? -l^ndiXo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Randwick Spring Races. Thursday, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Randwick Spring Races. Thursday, September 10. We give a summary of the darr'a sport:— The Shorts, handicap sweepstakes; £60. Mr. W.T. Yeomans* Sweetbriar (J. Green) I "W. Winch's Ataumta ?.....:....:....;..-. 2 A. Albright** Corisaride ~........; .'... 3 Ten started. Time, 1 minute, 17 seconds. The Spring Maiden Stakes, £150. SirH. Kobinson's Kea.........0r". Jraggan) 1 Mr. Tait's Melbourne 2 J.D.1rfttte*8"Er05....„;.....................' 3 Five started. Time, 2 minutes, 47 seconds. Ladies Mile, £60. Mr. A. Town's Baroness . ............(Ivory) 1 Tint's Lady Brownlow -...". — 2 A. Bowman's Bosa 3 Time, 1 minute, 48 9-10 seconds. The Great Metropolitan Stakes, £300, Handicap. Mr. T. Ivory's Stirling (M. Bryant) 1 Tait's Goldsborongh 2 Dr. Bathe's Maid of Avenal ... ............ 3 Sixteen, started. Time, 3 minutes, 36 5-10 seconds. Squatters' Stakes, £60. Mr. X Tait's Melbourne (H. Lewis) 1 J. Mayo's Jxird John. . ............... 2 A. Bowman's Athos 3 Five started. . Time, 2 minutes,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Drowning of Mr. Blatchford. (From the Goulburn Evening Post, Sept. 8.) I [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Drowning of Mr. Blatchford. (From the Goulburn Evening Post, Sept. 8.) I The district coroner (A, SL Betts. Esq.) com-<*> menced to hold an inquest on the body of Robert Huxham Blatchford, aged fifty-three, at his late residence. Clifford-street, on Saturday afternoon last.. As. mentioned in our. last issue, deceased was drowned on the previous' evening whilst: crossing the "Wol buidaiy Bivcr iv a buggy along with , Mr. William Davies ; rind' his body -was found, after a search of several hoars, on the follow ing morning by Mr. H. Blackshaw' . ? The coroner stated that the inquiry could hot be concluded that day, through the un avoidable absence of the principal witnesses,, who according to the instruction: of their medical attendants were not sufficiently re covered from the effects of the late accident to'give evidence. '??'!' The jury having proceeded to view the body, ?.???'.. i Henry Blackshaw deposed: The body hurt viewed' is that of ">.*!= late Mr. Blatch for...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Conditional Purchases. THE following conditional purchases were made at the Land Office on Thursday last:— Henry Taylor, 40 acre, county Northumber-<*> land, parish Warkworth ; adjoining the east of his conditional purchase of 40 acres made on the Bth May, 1873, and running southward to bound Henry Marshall's conditional, -purchase. De posit, £10. Thomas Hayward, 40 acres, county Durham, parish Dyrring; on tlie sonth of his conditional purchase of 40 acres made on tiie 4th June, 1874, and bounded on the west of Fmzcr's fence. Deposit, £10,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Lecture. THE PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HUMAN SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

Lecture. THE PH YSIOLOGY OF THE HU MAN SUBJECT. THE following is a [?] of a very instruc-<*> tive lecture delivered by the Rev. Dr. White, M.A. and the large Hall of-the. Mechanics' Institute, on Thursday night last, on the ?* Physiology of the Human Subject." The *-**"*? was occupied by Mr. C J. Moun tain, who briefly introduced the-rev. lecturer to the audience,'" which was not ilnmeroua, ' though larger than on some previous, occa- The termrhysiolflgy is derived'Jrom two. Greek words, and signifies " a discourse car- It is.-very comprehensive embrac ing the vegetable and animal kingdoms. Zoology is that department of the subject which treat* of mnmsrls In Zoology- man belongs, to thus class Mbmmalia, and to the aider Bimana. All the Bimsna except mas, (e.g. ihe. Simian tribe), nse their hands aa well a? their feet for- purposes ol locomotion, Man uses only his feet for this-rmrpose. Ins natural position being: erect. The peculiar ity of his position is finely recogn...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874

LONDON. At the wool sales prices were well sustained. Tin is firm. Mr. Disraeli has stated in the House of Commons that the Government 'intends to annex Fiji.

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 — 16 September 1874

Upper Hunter General Advocate, IS EVEE-Y nosKiNa. TWms o£ Subsorfptloa - — i Per Teaf <ta advaaicc), i>ay?ble qaartcrlr* -- *l 4b. do (crwlit) .. .. , £1 Ss. - aWT" Tlm Cwdifc price !?? cfcMctd il the is not paid durme tiw fiznt isonth of the qnattec The above* are th* teems, whether the- paper is deXtntedlisr Terms oC Arir?itisinc :— Ptetlnch and under .. — .. ~ -.- .. SfcOd. Sverj atUlitionai inch or fcalf-xnch ?? .. 3a. fid. AdTCTtwcnwuts ot two imes .. .. .. .. 2?- OdT" Births,Dtsattbc, and 2taxnae? .. ... .. 2??-Cd. UoaincM Cttrda per quarter .-_ .. .. ... 38s. OcL Jffo adrertisenwaU hooloed mtderSH. '* A lihczml aUowauce will. he made tor AdTOcfctoenAmtg oozithuied.for * period ot ofer lour *woeik?. It Most b? distinctly imtow .ootuitemaAded; adTertlweiiiaats will he continual nti -charged, -for ab the lwaal ratis.' Attrie?tbea3eate shoald h?T? Stw nomher ot hwcrtion* reqaired writtert oa tlut. octter, - Apy.paniom 'onr behalf oC fcConnnittee, ioaoadog to b? any ...

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