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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1874. The Half-Holiday Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1874. The Half-Holiday Move ment. THE desirability of establishing in Sin gleton a weekly half-holiday seems to be generally admitted. In other towns this plan has been found to answer so .'... ; w?ll;"'.w'd.' , to.c?hrcr.'iH> many lienefits on ? .tbwb-cluing within the reach of its .privileges, that the reasoning portion of ': thotw- ambngsst [nit 'to , -Thorn, though as. -'?? 'fully entitled to it as their more favored ; brethren,.. tbia privitcgo 5* Jdniyil, lias ':?';....'?.Lebiavlci*' to infer that they hare not ? '?'?:? in' ttobp respect, -been, fairly y t reated. ."'. jpailiiig- to see that.in .Singleton mo-re titbit iv. other town, any causa or just irapeth'triont exists to prevent the- em. ployeri* from granting them th?K coiicet* mori,*th?y Tocehtly culled a pilblic meet ing (reported at length.elsewhere), and enlistc*! s in : their,.: cause sonic of tho more prominent of our public sneakers, . Who put their case more or less forcibly bcfore.tho...
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 15, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 15, 7 p.m. Richard Daice, a miner, has been found murdered in a gully at the Little River, near Grafton. The murderer is unknown. The Mikado, with 'the Wntylfah mails for Sydney, left California.' oa the ISth instant:. - James Moloney, customs locker at Boufte, has been missing since Saturday. A party of horsemen, are out searching the trash. The Rev. Fere Monnier, of St. Patrick's Church, died at noon to-day.- Sir Hercules Bcbinson, accompanied hy ihe Attorney-General, Six. Bines, and lite German. Consul, Sahl, has left " for Fiji.
Maitland Quarter Sessions. (Abridges from the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Maitland Quarter Sessions. ( Abridges from the Mercury.) THE Maitland Court of Quarter Session opened on Thursday at the court-house, Eass Maitland, before His Honor Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson, Mr. Forbes proset oxted for the Crown. The other bamsttrs present -sen: Messrs. Simpson, Wisdom, Salon, O'Keefe. and Coutts. sanr m4jsjsx**xss. Means. Thomas, Warwick ******* FsOkincr . Hope Bsntietr,' sadrFredeiick Hesdy were . . , .. XJJtCBSXL 1 ' John BSrti,-di?r|sed with, staling a purse and at NesvcSte. at r On 11th _A*gn?* !?*? pleaded not guilty. Mt X.' W- Thcsunaon, who defended the priscoo*. madean *&*?*' tjort -that certain goods wbich had been taken from the rnisotjeroy the policy and were Hi their possession, and winch were in no way connected with the* charges, against tto raisoncr, should, he handed over to him (Mr. *. -?' 0 . " . TheT&own Prosecutor offiered no objection, and the application was granted. The Crown Prosecutor gave a statement of the case ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Singleton Post Office. JUQ. tSam Us Om 6?*b. that >?, S , T i hH Ts? dC g?* Uxtitomr. THup .stairlanrt, Jtorastn. Mog^gsgasjr.^, J^&lt;**^~~** r^**^*ft mtoSHtaammSi teas, aad IfarrMPM*. aWIAHV Sjt^ IKaSES star, aaanttssra ?apa?c?. *n*?s?SSS&lt;Caa?>3aSt? tVadaaadar. TUorstuT. ? ?ja.oja, aM ?a SataaslaT matp^ictaeaoaaua-u IVManadsr mad. DaLimlMJ, at itJKhtL?i. > HsTiuee. * *^- r OoSSS3>. &lt;* Oomiss ?"*** ?* J* l - ??*?? WrurloMiP.. _-?&lt;? ?ju P ssr?3Ms?r.*oiy?'iW l *- . >? if* ? > - &lt;>1 * - ? *7r.*lLl'L~*. mutt th?o?-sakttsassywmtaa:to *&lt;*-stVa?-?oa?*?*?. *' ?' ? ' ? -. .'-~jxtur>om*,3mr ?A?a*- 'J \ . nr-,, Hata? ;ta Snbsciibers.,-?. Asysrf* "?"* £at^ssssd.?os&lt;T Sua ??a^at?l ; .pell? tM t*T . . I*. ta ooooiT for taes? to tmrussu to*tSTSS r *i— o* ?* ?* ?* SriSStustSS'&lt;*-art?-. * ?" ssttattstoo Jtxtml* OsVer, ? , , To Advertiser. * y-*k,W>KB? fta-'al?wiiloai or'?ultbdnMuTct&a...
Clippings from English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Clippings from English Papers. [?] STATUE. At half-past one o'clock on Wednes-&lt;*> day afternoon, June 10. the state of John Bunyan, presented by the Duke of- Bedford, was unveiled at Bedford by Lady Augusta Stanley. The town , honoured the ocea-ioii by decorating, ' and at niglit by illumination. Tbo -tame is of bronze, by Budim. and is universally admired. The inscription is carved in the granite pedestnl, and is biiigul.-iity appropriate— "Jt bud eyes liftcit tip to heavea' The l>est of book* in his hand, i '1 lie law of truth wa*-writteu npon his ttss-*. I ?.??.., It stoinl its if it pTcaUctt .With men." Lying at the feet of Buny.ni is the chain struck from bis legs: ; anil ou the pinel underneath is the autograph of Buuynu. The medallions, representing -i-onos from " The Pilgrim's Progress," : form a pleasing relief to the pedestal, which, with the statue, is about nine feet high. A proces.siou was formed at the shire hall; and the' Mayor of -'Bed ford (Alderman...
Miss Mountjoy's Lesson. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Miss Mountjoy's Lesson. (A Complete Tale.) THE long, slanting rays of a golden sun-&lt;*> set were streaming in through the crim-&lt;*> son-stained glass windows of Clarice Mountjoy's elegant boudoir, and lighting lip in subdued splendour the costly ap pliances aud luxurious ornaments that filled the apartment. Before the lofty mirror sat a haughty, inrperial -traiiim, upon whose ravoii-black masses of hair, arched eyebrows uf the biime ebon hue, and Jlii-liing eyo-&lt; ?>f mid night darkness;, the ro-,0-tiut from the window fell in becoming addition to her j eostty toilet. I A frown ro-e on her brow, ami she tapjied her ilelicatoly-liooted foot in vex ation mid impatience. ?" Tii:think,that,' after nil the pains- I have taken to have the jewel:, collected, - I am nimble to wear tbi-ni to- the Only evening party t earo a straw for. Where is tbo u-o nf having diamonds and pearls if wo haven't a suitable, toilet to np-iour iv t" Sho pulled the .slight ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 16 September 1874
Marriage. Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, on the 9th inst, by the Rev. Dr. &nbsp; White, JAMES ANDREW ARNDELL Esq, of Glen Dhu, Trinore, to LOUISA, third &nbsp; &nbsp; daughter of Andrew M'Dougall, Esq., of &nbsp; &nbsp; Kelso Place, Singleton.
THOUGHTS SUGGESTEDBY THE LATE SAD EVENT IN THE WOLLONDILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874
THOUGHTS SUGGESTEDBY THE LATE SAD EVENT IN THE WOLLONDILLY. O Live, that boodest full of joy and hope And gushing [?]the [?] [?] Tult ott Km Ourwllesi Btus bSK lorm'd bis pUD, Asidt&lt;>ndotxsclnxtdmis>l>lsdsa!rtoU. ' And tom?yurmA >*ss w??t?ss?? Mson** Opm, Smn> asknnisi ?1U apoU W? bristhtost tiossa— OrmUil??bllelitUK>*?>?t?tuota&lt;ot boose— ToalarJ?Wlitoblmtsaibaiasi?ft?sssscrot-a:; nsrhttag Bfc'?b?tK ?Ulw*rt la tbs rrsw, .'-(Titli TljOTar tbat baukufd Isssgtis oC dstjsw !? stow clo? loekad sdthta tho mrms at iMth. OtsU&l .rso?rsM?*>r,>Ua tbtn wmUCst srttb Pnsth luvtrfbtaoomr-nloii at thy rnteps. IssssirirftW-T' —.^—. Wat kssov -twill sud, but knosMK* bow or -wbsn, Itetfaaas. astit clM?issstuossaiv l?&lt;t tmwrft- Jltofidtjrful -srUonsv-mUsitUsisatosctt?n. WbU*I??ODttB-taos?saa? srtth Utod hrcuta: T*> esAds ttntt sends ot H? voloo. Ot to who know tor—t?ll bcr U In lotc. And spas* it nsttlr to Iwr widow'U heart ; TsU h...
Original and Selected Poetry. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874
Original and Selected Poetry. IN MEMORIAM. [?] J-sota tbe.bmthatot tbeOnb. And ftom omb otsd&as; Kilr—io. . Wba eoosoOom txoobUns;, And tbe -sssasx ai? ? nsst." TOstoOKmo-umrtiioa'mttaM^ltsaa'er. Aud betss* tba bsssisy Issod-; imoiiili Isili ronulir tTrr* —r— '?**--* TasaaobblablsataboJa; -raasr*s* llssjlnt aop- llks Xisssxtt* "Wsis rtssi -rrlsinii i ii 1 IT 'Ti JLadtba-ssosstralovsu-.nac'*- - JBbs.sssstsssss?BS?t?sssssst*Hrassssss-, Kssrdaubt tbytaltb: ssssall, - Koctbyiisost 11 las) In Tasiso Cbsist. Absl ?te?olgtS?trJtMlr. . Astd t*sss> tbosSMntsa to sssatttba ejbooV -Wlssssa on asztfctbsnlosnas-!>???. ... ?-sAtaratte-islcbsdoaawftiSDxtniabtbifl-. Aud tsse-snssqr sttt>a? xtaC* ~E?rtlsto??rtlv" mtd-dnuttoOmt, *P>? saostast jrtsor bsthssM. 6?aasvtbatnii?bo?t?tljooPO?-? . AadwsssMlt-sraarroisrbod:' umuf, Ajaont;th?rsirrTrfnr Most. ... "Wbasoiboisfekoiloaasotraattro?blisu^, And tbo masT suss at mStr magismon,Bsstma>uxli. S- c -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874
Commercial Baking- Company of Sydney. CKSTtTIT.IWnn- IBM.] SINGLETON BRANCH. TIIE Hank discount Bills, grant cash credits,maker sultancea on approved Mctlntj, allusr Intesac upon Axed deposits, negotiate prosiaoe MO* mat doenneuta, - isatsie or lotters ot credit, suid nego tiate, or collect pill* payable at auy-plaea at'ebxTens: .rate*; collect dividends on share* in public coenyanlm,: amt lutenwt debentures ; act. for titter customers to' tba lnveetsneut ot money in sccnsiiUsa In GresA Britain , or Use. culoniva and -lira lirepared to nndvrtako tbo i Sfconcy of Hank* on Bach tdrina sst. may Im mutually agreed unto. rEIIOX WADIIT, 3lnliaajez'. Dr. Williamson, PHYSICIAN AND SCRQEON, HAS. commenced tlie PRACTICE of his PROFESSION in Singleton, and limy be consulted at: liis TEMPORARY RESI DENCE, at >Mr. Uumpbria*, John-street, at the following hours, viz. :?— 9.t0 10:30 ttju. ' '. .2 to 51.1S p.m. 8 to 9.30 ' pjn. PURE BRED, SHOKT-lIOKN BULL, "Lord Olive." A FEW COWS will be receiv...
Commercial Intelligence. Singleton Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874
Commercial Intelligence. Singleton Price List. POWERS, RUTHERFORD, AND CO. REPORT:- Fat Cattle.—100 head of cattle have been entered, and Bold, at about 15s. lower than last rates. We averaged over £16 each for 1000 westward bullock*. J '? Fat tiiicepj—2o,ooo -sheep, have:? been yarded, and sold outside. . EHcea were un altered, except tliat inferior animals were lower than they were lost week. ,"Tf? sold COOO mixed scica from Kivcrina—licst wethers, 16a.; eives, lis. JMellKiume, September IGth, 1574. , ?C" tL.tt. Bity (Oaten) .per ton* ... .. ... ... A 0 O „ (AVUeatcn) '„??... I.. .„'.''..' ft tf ? „ (Ln?Dw) ,, .- , .. ... -. ? 10 O Mhize per fiasbel .. .. ..Six. MM. to i a Oats ,, ... .. .,..-.'? ..-"... . 4 0 PottttM-s percy/t. *. "... ., .. . ft" G Effjf* &lt;WtootawIe) ?d- p?r Uox. ISncter (Wh&kHUle) 10J. per lb. Sacou (Wholesale-; SJ, t*er IU. Cbccnc &lt;\VbeZesala> -t&lt;L per lb.
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874
Local and General News. The Weather.—We were visited by a thunderstorm on Wednesday last, which, while it lasted, was rather violent. The wind blew a. harricane the rain was very heavy and a.little 'hall' fell.: mid there were besides the risual tinadcr and lightning accompaniments. It was all'over; however, iii. less - thrin half-an-houf. ;Wc hear of a similar storm as. having occurred,nt-New castlc the saute afternoon. The weather lias sim-P been fine and mil&lt;L The river had risensnfflciently"high yesterdayttpiierider it impracticable to" cross at the George-street font - 4 - -' _' - '?:.*?'??' TSajiATir>j,r—Tn nur.taat is?nq in: tlie ie?!?>rt of the lecture, for ?? Simi'irr | tribe" .read ** Siinindic tribe." -~- - V , .V.-„..&lt;" ?" i-cri's IlEarPic?.—-The Henri Henry Patites returned,-.tu Sydney fast night. The dis tance travelled by r>iilw?s "illMuile-vbyroad 247,. and; the time -occupied,., inclusive of stoppages on the road and at rail way statio...