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Land Enquiry Court. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Lands Enquiry Court.                 As previously announced, Mr. Commis- sioner, H. F.Bolding held a Lands Enquiry Court on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Inspector T. H. Kendall was in attendance. There appears to have   been a misunderstanding somewhere, for only one selector responded to the   summons issued by the Commissioner. Yesterday the several selectors appeared, and gave sworn testimony as to the term of residence, and the value of the improvements on their respective     selections. The cases dealt with were as follows:—Michael Hassett (minor), by   his father, John Hassett; George   Brooker, jun.; Thomas Clarke; R. W. Doyle; Robert Faulkner; Arthur   Foster (minor), by his father, William Foster; John McGlynn (dead), by George L. Lethbridge; Thomas Ten- nant, by G. L. Lethbridge, for ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

fwiiHArVi'fl3 ( H3THUH ) ./ ! JiQfiepftrtttentGfJlittttde,. i . . .Sydney, 28th July, 1880. ! IjXZV) SALE. ' " j A iTiINTION (?called'to r aiBALE OK J\ GUOWN LhifVii to be held at thd : Land Office, puiiijog, on, the Ist SEWTsMf BKlt, comprising lttntls, counties Gloucester and Durliam ; ;' parisbee;< KosteitO?^Barfordi aud WaHarob|).i, : . ? ; ,lfoc)(iu:tljerpaitlculur?Bee Gazette of 22nd July,' 1880, No. 290,4i,t ; 4'oJice J ,pjIicp.'Or ;( lQgal Immt Office. . '?? tYf.%l \-tf<il \ JAMhS HOSKINS. i ._ ? i \ i> ?. ? ,-? , j)eparjmcntof Lands, J , YI4AS! iVi w4pV. s r .A.4TKKTipN2fiB-pp l U?!(tp..p,.aAl.E Oil j\. OKOVVN LANpS to'bo held at thi . J,and. ptUce, Si')?le],QP, .9" f. h , c V&yf-ffl] BEifl, , coni ! prisliV(f'!lim'ds;'totrinieK worniumf Dii'rbirn 'OvfrigWani', !, KbridDfell'. 'and ! ' see"'<7rti:e<fe.9f,22nd July, 18801 Nd. 2i)U, ht Police Office '6r l l6eal, Land Office. ?"'?'' ,! ''" ' j ,:;7U ;; :u s 'j a jies lIOSK...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

.>\71 t i| (Froy ffc'pydncy fPapsrs.) Lj . ljondon, August 2. j Kieji khav ItoBBR'rs, who hos com-; ??atoftaf,o;r^ l li I < a tioii of chut/win' ?yftccWtryCAhilahar with' an army *f 800Q5mon, tcrto-oporntr in tho wove-' v?uimi. . /V.'-; j iJlJfflciiHifi nro appvithehdi'il ? t qfc (p|hnl,s jn , coneecru?noo, of tho,die-j troop;-**, 'wtio'flfo'',tlireatet)ing".!iii'insurq ' <W^n^3' i lt^Ml r 'bfi.heccshory'to keep-i?| ?v; strong : forcif'tif ; 'Brltisfj l troops at' tbq : capitalrtq support. ,Vhe*"new , .Ameer, nndj .:. :' ,a tfp'-lo a night}' Mr,; ?:??. alarming, appeared, i ;V-: ;? ' ' "/" AiijgUst 3., j -.(it 'liltf JI^WI'-")^^ ???P. , .?.' ,Bt '??? c - V ! : sioefiflswiw'd.' vqry., ?groat,, excitement {spi .concern, not only throughout, .tuii '* morning stateulmu the general conch} tion of the.Prtnl?ei i '!wotf ; more renesur .?'s?g.''.de Jthqrc ?? an', n , con tinuod absonefi/of <"iaiikii6&a'-'ii ] siart({ith'B." "If 1 \H'>.6iWpik\h ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

1 i T / ' 1 J ' , rp o which we in particular attention,, i little BOyS I ONE of th'o most select assortments we nsTe tvor receded— Stilts* ! * ow * 1 oeIlt ?' ne ** *tyte*> nnd very moderate in price. YOUths' SUItS J fleelong, English, Scotch and Colonial Tweed, in Single and pmialtO -I Double brea?ted Coats. Alao neat Troaieri and Veite with f OlSerGoOds; j W"*???*?? or Paget Coats. , ' ?. ) Our new Goods make our present stock one of tha most com" ? Oentlenieu S I plete in the colony. Wo can supdly every kind '.Ot Garment n\ AtHilli? I * or elaise* of bayen, including the belt ready-nade Ooodi ? i procurable. -? - —'I_T TT"",, "~\ Almost eTery shade and kind imported. Wβ hare o fine mil > * JpL?*uS *, r ttsoitmert ot French Felt* in all qnahtiet from S?, 6d. each. Tn j? DO ) 1 \ "W? hate made a epeoial purchase of these, and are gelling .UaU-lv? I them at leu than the usual wholesale price in four lot*, riz :— TJin'brellaS' ) 6i, 7e. 9d., B*. lid , and 13s. 9d., quantity li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

? -jf* ENTVs'LaTendcr , Kld'Qiove's/'JJtd'.'bJ ' {CidSj. -~ ?;?,,;,:?-. vu,-; -v. ! ,;. Do, JJ,-l,.aud pfenttona.j-.j ; '" Da. Evening "Colon ir?2 and 4i. buttons.. ? Fefne.'Grasy,'Fruits, Jonquils, ? :; '??'?"'?>*'; ; : Heliotrope, Lilac, Frosted-Flowofe; I'-i'/il ; ?.pUTer,Erening;Klo?reri<;.; T.? t.,-. .i".|.>:>; ;:? i , Old: Gold LeaTe3,.an!i,Drc?sLac(!fi/!.' i,'; ' Gold and SilYe'r Braid,' ?'"," i i|- ' t i New; Colours .iK-Tritomlri'gHilfce Bnd Satia?l, Tineelleii Nets,'Beal Lacesj !?" l-; : ''?'- j ? Silk & Thread Hose, in : Whitefc Blaclc Thread l W.C.,H9sewithSilk.Cloo]Je,;; ;,, '~,<; n ! Lace-Ankle'd Cotton Hose,.',. V..,' .,.'\, I. \ and tsTender Ties! '''. \ ?Gold Front Stude and Suites;- , !;i, ' ,i, ' ; ' ,: ' ;!; \ Gentlemoa'eiNcw Shaped Collars: :.i:>ii ! ?. \ Thread,,Bilk).and Extra Fine .Cotton Book?,i ? .:".' ?,'. ?? ~( . -*Pi ..'*??,'??- \ .',.. .'. ~ ,> i XJiyHBYBpDY, to attend the DRAMATIC JCi . I'EBFOUMAtfftB .by th...

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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Commercial Intelligence- [ .'.SINGLETON. ! i £ B. d. £ -8 d Maizo new) per bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Cape Barley 1 „ ' 0 2 ' 2 , 0 2 4 . English Barley „ ' 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Oate., „ 0 3 ,6 ,, 0 3 0 Bran „ , 0 0 11 „ 0 1 0 Pollard \, 0 1 0 „ 0 1 2 Adelaide Wheat „ 0 5 0 „ 0 5 3 Colonial Wheat ,| 0 3 9 ,, 0 4 0 .Flonr, super., per ton 11 0 0 ,,12 0 0 Flour, seconds „ 10 0 0 „ Jl 0 0 Lucerne Hay... ,. 2 10 0 „ 3 S 0 Oaten Hay ... „ 2 10 0 „ 3 10 0 Potatoee „ 3 0 0 „ 3 10 0 Tallow ... ... „ 1* 0 0 „ 16 0 0 Butter ... perlb. 0 0 9, „ 0 0 11 Cheese „ 0 0 2 „ 0 0 4 Bacon , 0 0 31 „ 0 0 4 Lard I „ '0 0 4 „ 0 0 44 Honey ' „ 0 0 3 „ 0 0 34 Beeswax „ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 6 Col. Tobacco, fig „ 0 1 6 ,,016 Ditto, leaf ... ,, 0 0 6 „ 0 0 8 Horsehair 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 Hides, heuTy... „ 0 0 2} „ 0 0 3 Hidee, light ... , 0 0 \\ „ 0 0 2 Calves „ 0 10 0 „ 0 12 6 Calf-skme ... „ 0 1 0 „ 0 1 6 Pigs , ' 0 0 24 „ 0 O , 3 8uokora >t . ... eaoh 0 4 0 „ 0 i6i 0 Eggs... per doc. 0,08 ,,009 Turkeys ... per pair 0 4 0 ,,060 Qees...

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Miscellany. A BURGLAR'S DISGUISE. PICTURESOUS BURGLARY IN THE ORIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

fpsaHang. A BUIiaLAR*S*J?ISGUISE. rfoTOEESQUB BOBQLiUT IN .TUB OMENT. Constantinople Oorr. Philadelphia Telegraph. TuElqnlni Greek villngo of KiJ.m m.on the Asi'ilia shore of the Sjs of Miirmor*, some (our miles horn horo, was o scene the other night"of wilduiciteuient arid ala'tin "Atdusk," while the family of Mr. 8., a rospeotable English resident, wore about sitting down to a comfortable enpper, a kncok, timidly repeated after an iustant, was beard at the; door. The wind was howling'around the nngloa of tbo home, and as Mr.'B. opened tho door a gait "of sleet and rain took bim in the /ace, and almost prevented bim from, peroeiving bis mjotnrnal visitor. It was a wretobod woman, bent nearly .donble with, ago, uhd clothed ecantily with flltby rage, who, in quivering aooents, begged food and shelior for the night. After aome hesitation, the spirit of the Good Samaritan, prevailed over the Datnral suepioion'a aroused by suob, a visit.' ? Hot food and drink were' given to; the wandere...

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Gold at Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Gold at Bathurst 'FrtoMaU portions of the Western dis trict rumours reach Us v (Western' Hide- fervently .hope will have snfficieht'foundation to warrant a roal revival of gold-mining amongst us; In' many we, : ,kn:pw of miners 1 , ,tf yet by s£oady 'industry, ekrnTng'more .tli&n- average wages. Wituo'utjdojubJ; there is abun dant room,for a large' number of steady miners at all times to make good wages : infUe pltf an area, of a 'fifty miie ' niaking Bathurst-.the 'centre. ; A'fc King's Borne' good work ie boihg and wo should not be Burprised' At any poment to hear that great success .had crpwn'od 'iW efrorls of tno .mihbnr of the olaime. IMi .ttie ; although ni>t' much has boon said ih.it* favour of late, Bteacfy; worb:. will be amplyTo Attoiatioii'is'being" paid to the Carajn bell's' Rive r: district, and. npi doubt but that ere long a; ru6h.,jvillVbemade in thav_ Whethor Any greater success'wU'nttoudithe search at Broad water than : was the case q dozon or so years ag...

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Miscellaneous. (From our own Files.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

— ' ———"—--"— : —? : — '? —?"— <h ? # %''" ;-. ' ? Miscellaneous. '? W, 31 ( From our cn)n-J>iictif<?,J The expolsion of the Jesuits from (heir establishments in France was effected qn July 1st, seals having been placed on the doors of tho chapels, on tho,pr*yiQus"\ evening. In nearly alt cases' Jjh'o Jo?uits opened the oator door, bnt the inner doors being locked they had to force them. The fathers declared that they only yielded \.* fflrce,"end "generally" insisted" upon being conducted out by the police, in order to establish the fact of coercion.. At thechief, Piwie.establi?htnent.jllne .de ! exqte m ?Ptj, [ex isted, peers' given foV. the Jesuits, who were''"met \jbj a'committee; anti' by, dempnstratibne' ' from. ; the Radicals., Thirty eduqaiionaf 'are I ";? ' the .proprietors of the' Town andCoitntty joiinial by ; .'Midame Lottie /jWilmpt, was herd at ihe Supreme Court 1 on' Wed needay before 'Mr; Justice Windeye'r. The statements' ; ( ?UegeS/-to';bWli...

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PRESERVING SPECIMENS OF PLANTS AND FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

PRESERVING SPECIMENS OF , PLANTS AND FRUITS. Sural New Yorker. We aro often at a loss how to preserve BpeoiinoiiB of fruits and other agricultural products; We havo tried to keep an un usually handsomo bunoh of grapes or a " pnzo apple, but hare found that it shrivolled up, ohangcd colour, or was other wise spoiled. Dr. Nesslor, of the Experimental Station at Karlsruhe, hns boon vury successful with a solution continuing a littlo neid —sulphite of liiuo in 20 per cent, spirits of wine. Alcohol alouo has long been oraployed as an antiseptic, but when strong enough to pre vent decay, it will usually affect the oolour or otherwise alter tho appoaranco of the specimen. Tho fruit or plant should first bo moistened with tho alcohol and ono to tea dropa of an solution of the sulphite added. Tho specimen is then covered with tho alcohol. In preserving leaves and other substances liable to ohango colour, not more thun one or two drops of sulphito to evory four ouuecs of the alcohol should bo...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Correspondence. All Utters must be signs* by th> anthers. We objeot to libels,personalitxet, aiuse, and inane norisensei- Paper will be supplied' to 'those who eannef afford fo tvasto.one side'of aiheet. Our columnt are open to all, but <vt are not feipontiblefor ouraorretpondetiti' opinion/. . ! '~- ' ' ' ? ?

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Late Sydney Items. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

.1. :;^iMQ : 1 ; i..:?:.? .:-:;?!;?: ; ">. ?>?!.' 'Sydneyy Thursday, j i Herald, ???-?;? ,,;<£ 7 < : y ; t; .Mr.,? *?;?.?.- ? The Grafton Wharf'has been sold pri vately for the sum i of 4550,000 ? the -Hon. James. Wotson;and Mr. Ewtvp' beihg the purchasers." '".' i; -??" J < : j . i; Mr. Ewan has again ! 'been -'electied '< !chairman of th6>A.,S'.Ni CoinpanyV ' \ ? In the Supreme j Court, yesterdayv'in i the action brought against the.Commie- sioner of; Railways by Speechley, for £2000, as compensation' for injuries recoived by plaintiff and his wife, in the Parramattai?ailway collision on Boxibg Day, the jury awarded the formed , £loo ?and ; the latter£loooJivu. wumiL- { f'jThe ball? heldiinc the old Exhibition : Building laetinighjj in ntd;- of the' funds of St. Vincent's Hospital ?waai'a grand eucpess; 1 jTho. Governor, , ? laord -Loftus', and Buito, and over, five hundred couples wore present. . ? .yi; <? ..i ,;;,Ir...

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Household. BEDS AND BEDROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Smtfytito. ' BEDS AND BEDROOMS. Good Words. Tin ue '.mil of b d, taking rveryihing in o c( n ?' n iou, in oul* of iwo km U A fairly soft feather b'jd laid upbn'a'soft horse? h.iir m.v re=F,' or n thin'miUresV bud upon o'no'oftho clastic a eel-spring buds which have lately b'ren-no ingenion->ly constructed of small, connected springs- thuf. yield in a"' wave-like manner'to overy motion. It ia against my inclination to try, to write out tbo timo-honourod ; old feather bed and mattress, but I am forced to stato.tb.at the hew stcel-npririg bed is, of necessity, tho bed of the future. It.fulfils every intention of flexibility;, it. is dnrabio; it rocs with tho bedstead, as an actual part.of it, nnd.it can never bo a nostor receptacle of contagion or impurity. ' . . ? On tho subject of bpd-olothen, tho points that have most to be enforced nro that heavy bed-clothing is always ? mistako, and that weight in no true eenno means warmth.. Tho light down quilts'or coverlets'which are nowj co...

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THE COMING ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

THE COMING ELECTION. (JU the Editor of the Singleton \ Yourfj. &c, ? : ' -?"''"" , * ' : ?' T " C ' Sin, —Sixty years ago : Honry Brougham and George Canning, .stood as .candidates for the representation 'of Liverpool. In answer to questions as to thjjir. political creed, each orio of thorn said, " The welfare and integrality of the, British Empire wero the objects they : Bought to achieve and secure, and the welfare,of every link in the great chain of the Kingdom". The one was ; a Tory and the, other a Whig, and each had hie political no strum : for the patient, but, like learned and good phy sicians, each was studious to promote the welfare : of his cliont,. and nothing else. lam not awaro., whether one or other of tho great Stateemon would not bo offended at; boing asked to get a " billet" for a presuming elector's eon, or a thousand acres of unalionatod land fora Corporation. The answer—lofty, diepassioned, and impartial—would be, "If the ,bast interests of.the country, ...

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Latest from the Temora Rush. (From the EVening News.) Cootamundra, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Latest from the femora Bush* (From the Ikening News.) < Uootamundra, Wednesday. Qjr/ITE ip feams/iih.jkhe shape of,coa.ches, Tapis, and .carts"haye 1 ; already left, Coota-, joaded with ; .pasr' sehgers and luggagej for Temora, arid the roadl besides.this ls.linod with,men, ion t|ie tramp.',.,",' Tjiey jhavo; had,; c good; fall' of rain: \ at. Tempra,,,and ; ; (?(?ok and; Ilolleit's dam having been,largely.exca-' 'Vatpd, should hayo an;acceptable snpply.j Deritchor's dam, and the .other means of .storage" Were getting ehort; ...ilpre tain : M *hreat.Vned,;'.,but [they. have not enffidient" .water , Jβ*.. ioj/wfah, naif. the. "?tufif at gra,s)?."? Goo4,^pracjical, miners irom (jfnlgphg,cpibpare'-th'e!',tppogrftphy of Tembra to,the celebrated black lead of that, place, and hayo.jV.jiJigh opinion, of friende to come, leads. ; h?ye., been iTaced out jbetter' ; than, they, hjaye. ,l)een.. .TOerej?: J one,.^hing' l lhe ejecessiye rush'l;will! ,bo,'surp' ,to, jcauseV, ,a .furthe...

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Official Correspondence. WE are indebted to Mr. W. C, Browne, M.L.A , for the following:— BOOGABILL'A PETITION: Department of Mines, Sydney, 9th June, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Official Correspondence- ,? ?Wn. nro indebted to Mr. W. Gi Browne, M.L.A , for the' following:~" .,> BOOGABILLA PETITION:, .. Department of Minis, ? ? , ; Sydney, 1Kb June, 1880. ' I have tho honor to bo, Sir, Your most obedient servant, Haubib Wood, ..-, Under Secretary, W. C. Browne, Esq., M.P. ?.. : ; .. ? ,, . . „t>lr,—I haTO the honor, to.aaknnwlolge the petition presented by joa from o;rtain gra- freeholders^.Bud others of tho towmbip of Boogabilla. and tho surrounding neigh. bourhood, complaining of the dietauco thejr htivo to tfftvol to Warialdfl, ond to 'Inform yoa (but thd petition line boon' forwardod to j tho Surveyor General for report..

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Correspondence. SIR THOMAS MITCHELL'S LINE OF ROAD TO RAVENSWORTH RAILWAY STATION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Tw "T^ Correspondence* SIB THOMAS JMTOHELL'B LINE OP ROAD TO BAVENSWORTH RAIL WAY STATION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I hare the -honor to be, Sir, . ' Yours objediently; W. 0. BROWNE. Stanhope, Mooro, Park Road, Sydney, August 5,.1880. Sin,—As the report of the "?meeting held at Jerry's Tlains on Saturday' last, which appeared in yonr issue of the 4th Instant, is likely to mislead the publio as to the course :of action I took in the matter,-! beg to state ,that I presented two petitions— one for a subsidy' fbf the , road from Sir Thomas Mit chell's line of road to Eaveneworth Railway Station, and the other'for a subsidy from Bir Thomas ?? Mitchell's tline 'of I road to rLiddell. ; Aβ the ,first-mentioned road .would,;in, my, opinion, judging from. the'.larke, numberooff f signatures. attached to the ~petition,,haye ; met the public coriveriiericie f ar'triore than the latter,-1 strongly advocated it, -Bβ 'Mr. . William. Pearee well.knows ;.but, l iWae.unv 'successful, ...

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THE WESTBOOK BRIDGE. Department of Public Works, Roads under Trustees, Sydney, June 29, 1880 [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

THE WESTBROOK BRIDGE. ' . Dcpartmout ofPublic Works,'.-,.' . Roads under Trustees, Sydney, June 28, 1880 I have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servant,, William 0. Commissioner for Roadi. , '' ;< -' W. C. Browne, ISstL, M.P. " I havo tho honor to be, Bir, - " Your obedient servant, , "(Signed) JoilN GORDON." "Sir. —With refcrciioo to personal repressa* tatious uiado by you at this office, respecting Burnett's contract for the Westbrook Bridge, on road lrom Singleton yin - Newbridge to' Cooler's Flat, I have the honor to forward herewith copy of report received from looal ofhoor in referencoto iho case, and to inform you that tmiiur the excuse made by liurnott, it would be almost impuHublo to proTe crlminnl intent, but overytliing bo dona to preront hie Verniers being accepted, or> hje being employed in anywey under the , Dcparlmnnt, ~...; "Copy of report from local .lloadSuperin tendent, Erie! Maitland, jjeepocting ?p? proachea to \VesrJbrook Undge. '?'..,.' ........

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. Tho Australians won the, match against Gloucestershire. The latter only made 97 ruttB in the second innings. Spofforth bowled 5 taking eeron nioketa, Thegaine woe won by 68 i-n\'ii .!>!'?*?' 'J ; ;; ; '' ' '?:?'?'?''H

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HIS OLD UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

. ?-.. .—?- HIS OLD UMBRELLA. '?Detroit PreePrtu. m When you took a second look at him yon could see a sort of grimnees about him which convinced you that whatever he undertook to do he would accomplish or break his back in trying. About noon yesterday, when the rain (ell fastest; he appeared on Woodward avenue under an old umbrella worth llio prioe of ita ribs. At the Opera Haass bo placed tho old miu-sbedder iv v doorway aod took positiou in auotlitr not far away, Iα about two miuutua along came a citiztu vrjili hie left eye watohing for just enoh a cbanc, and he backed on th.it uuibrulla nitb i chaokle of duepeet sulisiacuou. He didn't wait around there for the owner to appear, and he didn't oare a copper whether it be longed to a Sister, of CuarUy or an otci grown bondholder. As'he Ettirted vU the grim mau lollowed. The ambtclla-hooket had a walk of hall-a-milo to renoli liis reti dtnoe, and the grim inuu was close at bii heels all the way. As thu cmzeu halted it hie gate the ot...

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