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Mr. Hall's Creditors. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Mr. Hall's Creditors. The creditors, of Mr. H. H. Halt have determined to declare nim insolvent as soon as their solicitor, Mr. Shepherd, has . prepared the necessary papers. it is not known how much is owing iv tliis city ? but the number of creditors is large, mid Some of tliem lose considera ble amouuts. ,Somu property belonging to Mr. tlall lias lieen attached, and will be,available as assets ; but the dividend paid will certainly be smalt. We see by tho Government Gazette, tliat writs of foreign attachment lt>rre been .issued by the following firms:—Myers ami Cantor, for tho suiuof ijli)7 Os. 4d; John Frazcr & Co., for the sum. of ;£lO9O 17fc. 9d-; Thomas Playfair, for the sum of £T£A ; Thomas Chester, for the sum of £'I(M'- Is. Gd. ; and \ David Frith Aitcliison, for the sum of j £l>7 9s. Oil.; making in all a total of £2278 9s.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insolvency Court. SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Insolvency Court. SURRENDER. George Wright, of Haydonton, railway porter. Liabilities, £66 1s 3d [?] Mr. [?] official assignee RULE NISE YTShami-PK.- Burt v. Haydon' HezelSsdt HalL of Sydney. I'ctnrnable-. Ist October. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) According to the Posen. Gazette, the Russian Government has issued an order of expulsion against the Jews residing in Warsaw, who were not born in the city and have no fixed occupation, there- The,Jevd*& Okromcle says:-. ""So less to .15,000, Jews w&l „he affected; by this-. ~tucrsb decree, the troth.of which requires "We nari-c, it on good authority, however, that tho.liussian: Govei-ame-at acts in. a mostarbitrary,niaancr towards the~Poliah „Jevr? ia "Weeten-j- "Russia, v , , * - Mr. F. ~iL Bates left Sydney on Tuesday Sor "New , Zerihrnd, -mil* the object, it is said; of „ organizing- a drmnatic corps. A large meetingwj?h*Tda?Wilcariiiia. the other day which jtesolredYto erect "an Anglican,; church in. -the township, and the sum. of £SBs,;sras collected there arid then. , , The, steamer Cyplirenes has- been chartered by the A.S.N. Company, aad will be substituted, for; the- City of Adelaide. She will sail for San. Francisco...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Supreme Court. PHILPOTTS AND WIPE v. THE BISHOP or NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Supreme Court. PHILPOTTS AND WIPE v. THE BISHOP or NEWCASTLE. In the Supreme Court, on Tuesday, a mo-<*> tion for a new trial of this action for libel was made. The Plaintiffs were Sydney Cowper Phdpotts, and Helen Palmer, his wife; and the defendant was the Right Eev. William TyrrelltjLord Bishop of Newcastle. Sir William JE. Mannings Q.C., and Mr. M.H. Stephen appeared Jiar the defendant, in support of the motion; JMr.' Windeycr showed cause for the pjantifls. The arguments ou this motion had not terminated when the court rose. Further argument stands over to next Thurs day.—Empire. BrrnifGa'. is Banco, Sect. 17. (Before their Honors the Chief Justice, Sir James Martin ; Mr. Justice Hargrove, and .Mr. Justice Cheeke.) New Trial Motion, euilpotts a-.t> wife v. the siskol* of . XEWCASTLS-. . t_',f This-was 'a motion for a new trial of this action- for libel, tried atthe last "April sittings of the Circuit Court, before- his Honor /Mr. Justice Hargrove'and a jury" of...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Another Massacre at the New Hebrides. (From the Evening News, September 17.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Another Massacre at the New Hebrides. (From the Evening News, September 17.) We have been favoured by Messrs. Scott, Henderson, and Co., with the fol-<*> lowing account of the distressing tidings that reached them this morning, relative 'to murders arid" cannibalism" committed _*by "the inhabitants of tlio island of New Hebrides::—. ' t ", * . ," Zephyr, ? ' , July 25tb, 1874. '*; At 10 aon.. a boat* left --the abovo schooner for tho purpose of buying .yams, she being manned by the -mate, John. Hpwuri, a.native of Dublin; John Dawson, and Miakie,- a. Tanna'man. They proceeded to a'village abont amflo. and a-half north of the farehmd, being induced to do so by a native, styling hbjscJJt'Tomj.who, ,by his > own. account, had recently returned from Maryborough.' -Kotbing wrong was noticed until noon, when Frederick King, master of the. cotter Leolia, being on shore, heard front the natives that some white men had' just?been,killed on> tho beach, a short distance, fr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Maitland District Court. (Abridged from the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Maitland District Court. (A bridged from the Mercury.) The September sittings of, the Maitland District Court were opened on Tuesday last, at the court-house, East Maitland,' before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Wilkinson. His Honor adjoiiniod the Court (in conse quence of the Quarter .Sessions not, being concludeo^imtilthe following- d^^three, o'idoclE-5 , whiai'T'jlieYiisi.-'; noum?di-n?':'woTild,-if take!the riuY dcfiimd<r^saiscfc;:\'^^Yr;g, r -;Y "Y'-^Y 4 **' i£^ aftciro<>oTa;porgminttoi^jri*m-inie^y^*'' i ?::' i ?' Tus',-:*Jb?rrii*a*n?''_^re?i^. ; Simps^l^WiKjtei^'Bogers;/^ cases: disposed- ofi : two 'interest,* wMcu"we~ ro-print as follows.—Ed., <& A ."s Charles Humphris v. Thomas B. Watson, goods sold £16- 10s. 3d. Mr. Thompson for plaintUr. Mr. XA. Gorrick as amicus curat for defendant, put iv an affidavit in support of an application for a postponement of the case.—The application was opposed by counsel for plaintiff, the poi...

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Shocking Murder near Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Shocking Murder near Braid wood. ON Sunday afternoon last (says the Braidwood Dispatch),a. man was brought into the Braidwood hospital from Little River, .when he had been conveyed in acarthcHe was .in a dying condition, and from the marks upon his face it-Wris apparent that he lirid lleen jected to considerable .violence. '????? 'Hie was. received''byitlie' warder,-and expired- at half-past tJ'tlie'' -sariie night," never for a moment regain-* nig consciousness. I His "name is- Richard : JDeairi ;:An;inquest -wris* held .'and 'the' 'ftflpwirig evidence .taken ';-—, Bridget 3Anflany,-wife,of , 'arpTtbluari-'residing at Littlo-River, stated that-deceased and n .person .named-" boy?,':''KeDyi-hatl ; 'been' 'drinking at. hfeT'-place .on; 'Friday last ;"? deceased went homo in and Kellyj who got drnnk, stayed at';her place aIL night.';.. VVUliam Greeiij'agold-. miner' at Fagari'n;Creek,?deposed itp.i finding deceased lying in a gnllyjn an insensible state- when he was -going-to' ' work ...

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Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Corres pondents. [?] efatimetly t?be borne w ??* that kc J?* by ituerHuy letter* -eourey e?y ej?£*wi? JegemaMm* fiteir coxtextt. Hiepr* Mr ' *'" ~

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Sale of Blood Horses. (From the Empire, September 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Sale of Blood Horses. (From the Empire, September 9.) The sale of English and colonial thorough-<*> breds the property of Mr. G. F. Want, has been advertised for some weeks, and came off yesterday, at Mr. Want's farm, at Backwood. ; I estrweterff tasee.moi-e horse breeders of .dsr - awn colony,as weUosscri^fromMclboarnci ' l^-lPdtS^WOTYmiTy.'moa -How-, ;': stiidf' Ms; ;; 3otos^s-'s^Xi' > 'I&tti3it≥ the hreedeript: ' gjnaw* Qhw W i- Tfc?r^W.?T,g" tfocm-i ?.mST*tho*far-out. "Oarjing hiA .Saxt'illb.%A.. - Strffircmv-who not oidy l3K>Tars l?>w tolSayV' a* ?like^nr?pi^ tin f +so jthat, ??t: any,iri*dei-; there. was aothrng- to (iuneheonlarruig-toe-tttJiSri ol;' imd pijXMgcrt under way^Jfc,X' ft .CampbeK;-moiintWbis!''M^^ ; arid, btmaiess OMhiheric?ct -with fhe prirarrfrig :of .tie .bay filly .?."Derjjy;, wmrij-r,; dnm,JEleggacftbj',NewiWt.; She is tt beautifol,tll*j,';whorie .blood cunrwt,, fait-to tell well iri'her as her grand /dent' ?a?ft by' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Upper ? .ij::— WeCEor-: .;- f~'- aitcirCay ( -£^ : Sit pt* -. x .* the snbncnption i. SS'-ni.j'tl-r- . -'- -hi--- i 1? I'm <innrt?sr. The ,- r --!-= nznner or tSnjurli ji~ Ik=3 or :— Jtatlnch ?--ii -- -? ?- "2- 95- E-rery <ui<t.o.oaal .-seer 1 ?- ?- *- "- AdTErtl-cinoatj o* tm - -a*- ?>?? Births, Ito-.t!M, i.->d; ilunajiM -2* S* Bnalwcsw Carta per quarter .. ZOa. oa. Ito w-nxtlmnveta booked tistder St , A Ji.bc?l aliorarx* iciti be made fog JMreTtlisrinrsr-S' coottaced for a. pcnewl of orer&nr-ssecka. Tt-Sasss* oe diatlactly undentood, Oiat, nnleaa. mulllailllsMasa, a&rcrtiaexnenU srill be coDtlnnad smd Uiaiysst wrst the mtnal rate. ahqnM baro tbe maabec ot tsssottosxa reqalstd -mittea oa ttm ?cdss-. Any jctoo ciiteilne Juharllwtitfinw ac Ktattbo; oa behalf ot a. fAsinnltte?, (srsaad or to b? ta)ssaaV?c v*& pob*Jopnrpo?o,wiri bo baU jmooaUj-jwpocisiMe w tbo-sdlzba. { Tlstr -smOUTOS ABSDB -an? IJIWsJ HUa-JOtU. OBOTCBAI. A...

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. The Orthography of the English Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1874. The Orthography of the En glish Language. ALTHOUGH the present orthography of the English language is universally found to be awkward and uncertain to the lost degree, on account of its being guided by uo> rule, anil its being subject to the most absurd whimsicalities, yet it is seldom, (if ever inJ this colony), brought forward for consideration as one of tlie many evils requiring reform. The apparently gigantic effort necessary to'bring about a new and better system of spelling, would serin to have hitherto discouraged individual exertion, ami the evil is . allowed to exist, as one of the things regarded as inevitable. Al though we aru in tlio habit of claiming for our mother tongue a copiousness, vigor, nnd elegance of diction, such as we give no otlicr nation's language credit for possessing, and even go so fnf as to assert, that the English idiom must eventually absorb all others, and become ./the universal language of the earth, still we have j...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN To NO MASTER OF NO SECT AM I." "Be JUST, AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU A[?]ST AT BE TIIT COUICTmf'B, TUt GOD'S, A3TD TBUTH'S."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Conditional Purchases. THE following conditional, purchases were made at the Land Office on Thursday last:— Matthew Thomas Moore, 40 acres, county of Northumberland, Parish of Warkworth adjoining the south' of his second con ditional purchase of 40 acres, made August 27, 1874. Deposit, £10. , ? , Owen O'JNeil, 40 acres, county of Durham, parish of Darlington, adjoining his conditional purchase of 9*f "acicS xrtade March.2B, 1867; : r being bounded by:a road, and Burton's selection. - Deposit, £10.

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

LONDON. Apology won the St. Leger Stakes. There has been a disturbance at New Orleans, between-the whites and the negroes. Grant has jxsa&tt&eE?.}ti>> the xttilitars* to; disperseuthe .zkftkt&iif-\t k- soiiJias beenkiQod ia fighting a doelwith. an in rnnta-y officer.^ magistrates .';<&- lmssed titer smnwonft.jissucd.iagoiiist- Clippfei &t; bettinjgiiosai -tie ?*:!< ";'??>. it;-ii-l*;&} <irzrtr**~} .'-.,'? n ; ... .".',' '

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

ME LBOURNE. The payment of Members Bill has passed the second reading in the Vic-<*> torian Assembly, by a large majority-<*> Cattle are down twenty shillings. - v ?. ia ajargo^nmbw..^ andordered to'moeoiolictjPfmee, in,pr^.^a^sml I**-^"*4^'---- :, v?& l ' :,eli, *P' tlii: &c C? mmiu "si t let*'ders.Y.''.i;

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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. VIS TORRES STRAITS. Brisbane, Monday, 3.6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

LATER ENGLISH NEWS. VIS TORRES STRAITS. Brisbane, Monday, 3.6 p.m. The Duke of Richmond has give notice that he intends to take steps to ensure the abolition of race meetings held at the Park. Goodwood. A'l>ar6hctcy has, conferred upon., the Lord Mayor of London', in "recogni tion of the hospitable" receptiongiyen Try, him at' Guildhall to the Emperor of Russia and the Duke,and Duchess of Edinburgh', and of the ability with, which ho has filled' the duties of his position daring the year ho has been ,in office. ' Agrarian, outrages arc frequent iin Ireland. , '' ' '- .'., ". TKe'report of the* English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bant; recom mends a dividend at the' rate of 7 per, cent, per aniuunl ' ' j < The market for Indian cotton meets with a' .dull inquiry, at sd. to s£d. per lb. , Sales at Liverpool have amounted'to 15,000 bales. Stocks are euuaP to IjSOO.OOrf bales.

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Cable Telegrams. (From the Evening News.) LONDON. Via Singapore, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

Cab le Telegrams. (From the Evening News.) LONDON. Via Singapore, September 15. A Republican has been elected for the Department of the Maine and Loire, in France. Marshal [?]the Northern to art address, ho- declared *b& determina tion to firmly pursue his. to suininoii the all parties to liis councils, i, ?? Tho' Toumal- 4es Jtehatt has/been warned for saying tb&t whoever -***a& not a Republican, was Jan adherent to the Ejnpire. , -?? ' < 'The German and Austrian ambassa dors id 3£ad)dd presented their.creden tials to Serrano, assured him: of; the cordial r wishes of the Powers they represented... / ? \ r . Obituary.—3UL Gnizot; the eminent French "historian and statesman.

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THE HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

THE HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) Sir - Will you kindly permit an old stager [?] columns for a few remarks touching the proposed adoption in our town of the half-holiday system—a request made notwithstanding the eloquent addresses oa the subject ety jtbly reported u> to-day's Argn, aud the appropriate cdUanat obser- 'ByjM.y.oE ?vrigTiWiVTiKTj- I gny, tbm&< ctirfl?g Xhftlcre&* ten years pfmyftopaiwe* h%lJ?joyed the; advantage 1 * of "what weeifr hatt-hobday—md tb?- -madst-of-the coStcnEon itefirafcT adoption v* the town* -which, tad Jbeoome, k noble inovemen* —busy MaucHcsSerS * Ttia trae tie movement at first was confined to great as. selfe adoption here. other day—it mc the T wmding-?p day when 1 orders: ft&ct** ofber q??rtnr- }pbe weie fimshed if poambjf, .wffttbejfaoiaaee -p?cfl , not to close for two ofc three hours luierthwi - en the pterion* djryif of the Tieefc—yet, far all that, it -was proposed thafc&...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

THE HALF-HOLIDAY MOVEMENT. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) DEAR SIR,-As one of the agitstors re-<*> ferred to in year article upon the Half-holi-<*> day Movement, permit me to write a few-<*> lines respecting that object There are sOsoe xataert hard facts in said ?article, Xtn. "Educe, bat X very nmcH regret they should, live been pat so prominently forward cm thisr occasion, heesttse -they are calculated to mislead the public mind as to the pxeaenKJ subsisting be- in,thi?towit- That relatiomhift J .any say, is d£. the most trieriary'character. T can coa- alarm.'tlda; ??*,, rw-£-ra*e respecting: the largest of the employers. It would need rt far more important question than the half hoEday (important as f deem that to be), to Sistnrb existing, relationships, so far as. to risfc-tbe-desnption-at which you*so hroadly bint. Our question I believe to "be simply as follows:— J hardly,- think we can -be* said td have, what may be actually ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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About Those Apples. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 19 September 1874

About Those Apples. The old conundrum about the number of apples eaten by Adam and Eye in Garden of Eden has started on another tour. We are sorry for the answer has never been correctly given, making the result as follows: Eve 8 aiid Adam 2; a total of 10 only. Now, we figured the matter out differently long ago, but, through exceeding modesty, Tt&tet pro claimed the result, which is how given : Eve 8 and Adam 8 also ; total, 16.— Boston. Journal. We think the ahovo figures are entirely wrong.' '? Tf- Eye r B, and Adam 82, certainly the total will he 90; Scientific *xien,lic#eyer, differ. On. ; the strength of the theory that the ante diluvians were a race -of giants, aad con sequently great, eaters, they .reason something like "this: Eve 81st, ,and Adam 82J; total, 16S. —Gloucester again I What could be clearer than if Eve 81, and Adam 812, the total was 893.tr-,- Zatcrencc American. Though the mys tery seems inexplicable to others, we are satisfied we have the true soluti...

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