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Humour. WHY SHE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

iwmom WHY SHE KNEW. — Detroit Free Press. Thb other day there was a suir in Justice. alky, between two Wayne County f urm " regarding the ownership of fourteen an marked grain bags. Eich eide V :18 p r ?)irl Tn to stoutly, swear that Iho l,?<r 6 ??£ i,:, and each had witnesses to -back'hie teeti' mony. The complainant swore to bavins the .basti at a certain: store on a cenafi time, and his hired man snore to handling them a? theF were takou from the wairtron Tho defendant swore that he purchased them at a certain place on a certain time and hio wife was called to the stand to tell what she knew about it. She wns a lawo aeahy woman, and very mubh bewildered "Land- save moi bub I was never in ench a. crowd before, and I feel as if r should faint 1" she gasped as she took thn witnem stand. ' ?' ? . " Never mind fainting, Mre. X.," saldtkn lawyer.. " Tell the jury what you know about those bags." "Ohl land! but I know all about'em! Wβ bought 'em on the 10th of November'? " Ho...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Important Land Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

tmpprta^ When the Lands''Act' AmeiiiJ.ment> Act' of 1880 was passed through Parliament,, it was . ineht and'the'MihistOT? ; for.? Lands,^as : m>ll as by mony peoplo ia|ue : country districts, that ono-Of-tlio v 'iinfeiidnieiitB iroM haye th9~ojsoot of cxcladiDg; from ordinary purcha?O lan^siui ? proredtotWixteatWlOs'-perl aero in the aggregate, and that ? the 'leasehold ? would (orgroater,proa t6?n 40'acTe8),dli'>TaB;injpi-oved to the ? extent.of l(ft,';;ji!&* acreV .Vi&lcting 'npon. ,thatbelief, thoMinisterforljatideissubd ! b>tch of the" new Apt in the Qazett? on,w 41th; Jwyi'mA %iei this irapfbvc r i meats, in botb; tho : ciue'g 'naqnlipjied, 'at . 10e per aci£^Sincq!.tpen'- ; ''tf|O'''n?tte): hu.psen bronght nnderitlioiiijdticeof the Attorney- iSenorai; gfren defij ; cite .opinion; !.tlV9t' l 'tlj'at',newj'iAcfci still . requires that the- iraprdvemijitfiiv.in the caee? referredi'fo/i'ahallv he' : 6f the: valnp of Slyw formerly,.:; ?? v,: "'" i Tho ec...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. "THE ADVENT OF FLORA." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Th?$iffl^M&$* > -. :--"j :?:"?"?;" ?THB APVBNT OF FLOBA." ' ;; spceimens of floral ieetry aw-fifffi?m&Hh?- above Cantata; Khichfprmt pa^of,the programme of the Srk'ctinccrLty.baJwbh-by'the- Singleton .'t-Pkh&fiuinfo tSti'fUtil' en the First Night,of,, " TiiM fie mouDOjiAaln, Anil dttahd fail BUig?' - , .': ' ?Tfil?he?ouH?(iTHnk,wiWtbama3lo l onhlgli, :,, the Utter blast,. .., ?<!;;"'?:'; . *i. Xnd'Ukeithe.-wlntortoirrow. ?';?'; n.;j. ! j *' TheP?> n6Tt'<rt!) , 4 < '- , ?3^ ft * a ' I * d ?': j'l .'??ioij''" i , * () -AlMJ<!l??WC i '}ft'?',<fl?isth. . ; _, ??(m? now calleth forth ?Kh flower, - lad Mils maic fb?3y May c bower.—"Bpcnscr." J FiottA. Bnak tnWtfo&otitt'Snj, yo lingering etreams; : Xi?, MoMonu,itomy.poj>i2try drcama; SS fields, your ro*M 6t Terdaro toko; BW?,froio l yonr,tr?opejjf i B]lonpc W(*c; : ,f , ?:? Ol?d tic?,' rcillme yb'at leafir crown;" ' ???? SmiM.o'er thdini?oT'bt&a...

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

Tho Australian Cricketers. (From the.Sydney London, August 2. ; '*Ih?(most important,match.thafc ;t9? Australian icrlcketors ;?. haTO; yotv.:beon engaged in .commenced' to-day. It was ?gainst the,first elereri of the county of Glonceeter, andiitliere is:great interest in'the :m?tch',!'tha three Gracoe being included jn tho English team. 'The Auitralianawentin first,, and made 110 run& in their first innings. Tho county team then' went jn>. and (showed >cry -superior'batting.. , . At tho closo of tho day t when the stumps Svoro drawn, thoy had lost only eix'ttiokots'for 120 -runs, iMcDonnell: batted /well for 42 $ the Ihighest adore on tho Australian, side, and was then caught oat. So far the l Englishmen have much > the best of it. [ There is much-Bpoculation ; as to tho . probable result, this being the first occa sion on which tbo-colonial players have, had anything like. a'pro?pect of losing, .?i?,!invii.i. .v-H'.in/'. ? August 3. : . > Tb.e.mat<:h....

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West Maitland. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

West Maitiand. r.. 1 f^rom.j,tfr,. r Corresj)o)ident.) \ .A-oonnsiKdrmatoh has been arranged ! Wtwe'eri:"[ ! "&£r , ; Jr -'W;!: GfaliauiV , Young ' Rifleman' nuT'Mr.' iloSerjh' ' tteidhead's Spring: best" ; but' :J of lf'.'raVe. f ifor : £2$ ;?Mid'e7to' , iaio''p.lafco_at'Cfreti?i' , '/''.". '''''.'. i" ''?-A 1 'few rain '/e^'on Sunday evening. I ' ; ' The'Watber has Been J flno' r ?inceV !, ' ii i ,J '" : i '.'. \'"!'.'.. -\ ' Effort's" dire; : boing'-made to open an evening publhx?oboolliere; j The Hunter River Amateur Turf Cluj> holda'Rs'liekfimeetin'g on Saturday, 21sjt August. | ~? U 48;ie:speotfid:tjb.at the Borough Coua : oil frill shortly, !adop v Vfiome. ! 'Bohetnb'-foj: , wnterangiHiglwitreet on dusty dayu. ? [ ~.,;A been placer! in pooltion in; St,' Hary'a Church.) Jti&.tho gift of WalterWadj* Falls, cost'£loo,- and-was erected in imoniQrjrlof; his deceased parents,.-: I j ?uiifvGyjJAW?, ; y he Troll-known- cattle bjiyerijhasigone toiGrladesViirb for mc...

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

- ? " PATIENCE. — Atlantic Monthly. ? and I have .travelled hand in hand So many (lays that I havo grown to trace Tho lines of sud, tnvoot beauty iu hor face, Arid-all its veiled depths to understand. Xot'bcautifuil is she to oyes profane ; Silont and .unrorualod hor holy charms; ? But; ljko v mother's, her sDrouo,. strong ut'inH . ? . ? ' * ' ,' Uphold'my foolstpps on a path of pain.' , " I long, to ory,~hor soft voifco -whiepors, ? ' , "Nay !'*? _-. ? . ? I seek*to fly,-'but nh'o ve9trnins my foet;. In' wisdom Htoru, yet in compassion sweet, She guides my helpless wanderings, day by . . :?" day. .. . ' ? O my Beloved, lifo'a golden visions fatlo, . And ono by ono life's phantom'- joys depart; Thoy leave a' xuddcn dat-kueae in tho heart, And patience fills their empty plaoo instead.

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

';'?;;'?.?:' ZZ-tiQittiP?. 11 --,,,,:'-"/!%??} \'; S .l.- Wfi'i. 7 ' , £' Complaints'.are beiifg made .ail;'general ' ( Burrp I W8*'want' ofs'tr'ategv; in the repent .'disaster'\at.,-(^andahalrj,;' and' at'",,|t)ie cowardice, j ~.r T iip ~S^l^fl^.:C^ndeijjna..the;''( ' drewaj Cabul' 'a large, force ap that'..under..'&en'brat?ob'er(is / ,-|pr...'the relief, ofCandaha'r,';';a?d; .states' (hat't.ho evacuation of i Cab'ul mast follpwV '?'.-, ) . . i'At the;, second interview '.'hetwceri General Griffin-,, 4 n^ ',' Abdul. Rahman; tho Jatior.'.promised 'to abide-, by > ; .the Biritishadvice.'"? ',, r j.'-1',.,,; .' .' ,'?'' ??, ' i ', ~Tbe Great Ppwers are,; unanimous ., in thciridetorminatipn'not.',to ..permit 'any evasion, by Turkey,of the terms.settled by the Berlin' ,'Gbilfo'ronce'.' i ';;.'| France especially denounces the attitude of the ;.Krte;.. < ;y,?;':'; , \:.:-\'':; , : 1 ;;- : i :.; l^-: 8 ;:! 1 ,'.Much." excitement has,been paused by tho' Etoiise iof Lo...

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Science. USEFUL SHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

c/ _-_ . : :, ' 3tima. ?";., USEFUL SHAMS. .Viinr.n the above .htmllng, which wo think an inappruprial'i ime, joh imwit of tho nrticloa homed, ore not only iiwfiil rtukstitiitea, but in some ciL'-CH imp -rior to the genuine articlo for nso m tlic in Iμ, Mr V 1,. Siinmona, in tho Brxtish 'iiaie Journal, remarks as follows:-— Ouo of tlio Fiusl noticeable features of . modern time l * in the iiumcnso progress which JtiM been made, and th? manufacturing ln gWUtywid aofenliliii skill displayed, in find ing substitutes for oxpoueive or moiu-co- raw .matcritib) and artielos in general demand. ?Tho faot in apparent boyoiid question that . art ii faat invading tho domain of'nature. Ohemifitry is enabling us to replace animal; 'and vogutablo dyes, and to form artificial; ' genu, or creditable imitations; minoral oils rcplaco unimal and. vegetable onos for ilia- , 'mmating purpouee/and tho olectrio light in trending upon tho heels of gas. ' Tho expensive outfits for tho whalo flshorios ? aro c...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

"' SYDNEY LITE" STOCK' \ ;. : Friday. : .. 'T)ia j market isj.jimprpvjng. ?' i ?ej?fi?\iw,ort^'l^ ; firipon, f^di

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Essays. NERVOUS DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

%im%%. NERVOUS DEPRESSION. .Chambers' Journal Not in my of thcprcwntgci (la'ion belong to that forutii ito l\i\?h who hoist that thoy wero "b'rn b< fore ticn .win invented'.'' On tho contra.y, then is in fh< nj .days?_?.' very general ueguuinluuce with their power, and Rometiih'e?''a"very'distressing'famlllirity'' with tho suffering they can inflict... The favoured few who know little or nothing about them, find it hard to believe how real and'how soverp this suffering often ii. If a man breaks his leg or has a fever, thoy can understand that there is something the matter with him; but if his complaint is "on tho nerves," they sometimes rather hastily conclude that it is altogether v trivial matter, and perhaps exists entirely in the sufferer's imagination. This has often led to the infliction of great 'cruelty, 1 in aggravating, by contemptuous and unjust oonsnre, what w?s already sufficiently hard to bear. No doubt there may be spurious forms of this disorder...

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AN OLD LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

AN OLD "LETTER. — Sarah Doudney, in leisure Rourfer April. I rotraD an old lotter long-lost to-day ; The ink is faded tho words are few, But thoy spoak to my empty heart, aud say, "One love in your lifo was deep and trtio ! " And far nw?y from thi.i tjuiot room, . Awny from tliia working-day world of ours, Mv soul ilios out through tho twilight gloom To tt land uf templet* find palms aud flowers. Onoo more I nin watoliiujr tho minnrote shine In the Inst rich glow of n tropiu huh ; Onco moro I nm ulaspinj? hin bund in mine, When tho sultry houro of dny aro dono ; Tho nir is full of tho balmy econt Of Oriout blossom und Kliutlowy tren, And I muse nnd in a still coutont On tin) heart that ever was fond to inc. It is but a droiim that is far too fair! Tho.voioo is bilout, the riuh light dies ; I.Hm hero in tho dim old London w^uire, Uo eld-pa in penei> boncath Indian allies; Aud I fold tho letter, nnd meekly pray Tor utronpth to mstfor my jifo-long pain, Till I oomo at laat to tho qu...

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Political Crisis in Victoria. (From the Sydney Papers.) Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Political Crisis in "Victoria. \ .(From the. Sydney : , . ? '.'",.. . ;,- Melbourne, Wednesday. ?. ; Tiie now Ministry woro sworn inyoBtor-i [day morning. Mr, Vale is appointed Agent-General, and Mr. Ifeicl, M.L.O.,' has a seat in tho Cabinet without office. When the Assembly met yesterday' afternoon, Professor Pearson readout the nnnios of tho.now Ministry, and the. House adjourned till the 3_let .iustfrtft,' for tho ministerial elections* :' Mr,! iiorry speaks at Geelong on ; Monday.* .Messrs, Valo, Williams, Berry, ? and Kicharilaon will be. oppO?od. From-all that lins tranepired, Sir Jphn O'Shan-l a?sy was ,quite prepared to ; eacrifipa the education question to gratify lii* personal ambition, and,, after- making; this avowal, he was Tory eoro when Mr.'; Berry declined to aduijt. him to thoj Cabinet on equal torms with himself.' It is stated that; Mr. Blackett intends' to oppose Mr. Valo at Fitzroy. ! Mr.' Blackotfc was only 51 yotca bphind last time, and Mr. Richardson whs oloo...

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Child Burnt to Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

? Child Burnt to Death; ; \ At Doyle's Creek, on Tuesday last,: n little child was burnt, to death.- Its father, Mr. Rose, a widower, was away at his work in tho adjoining bush;' ! His three young chil- dieu—a boy ngad ? 5. J yearc, a girl 3J years, and a boy only 13 months old-r-woro loft in . the chargo oE thifir elder eiater, who is about 1C years of age. ' In the cburse of tho day the latter left the house to visit a neighbour, nbout n quarter of a milo distant, and was away about an hour. When she loft the two youngest .'children were aaleop. , It has eince transpired that the little girl woke up in the meantime and went to tho fire-place, where her clothes by some means caught fire. She rushed out of tliQ bouse in the direction where bar father vv'is working. . After run ning sixty yarde she fell quite enveloped by ?the ftftthea.; The 'little boy,' meanwhile, ran ?to the house , of the noarcHt neighbour,' Mr. Nelson, whose duughtor immodiatolyi came to tho little oue'n a?jistn...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

TELEGRAMS- ,(THaOUpB--"GilSV?.L-B"fl TKLiaBAM.Cp.l ' . SYDNEY. Friday. ' Ike Shophprd versus Dibbs, for the compulsory sequestration of Mr. G* R. Dibbs'estate, was resomod yesterday, and again adjourned until Tuesday, next. Daring the^.examina tioii, Mr. T./A. Dibbs "stated that Eβ was a'creditor in ! bls estate,'to tho extent of twenty-three thousand elghiliundred p6und8.(£?3,80,0) V ' ' ; . A; pr6p'^Bal.,'{p u 'permit/ ; 'ihe assistanle engaged in drapers*! BhQps to Bit'down,,when.'not engaged enstomers or arranging' stock, eppeare to, be, fayourably 'entertained by the principal shopkeepers.iri thiexity, as it has beeninspTeral'of the leading eitab-, lishmentefn'Lorid^ri..;"..., '.',. , '., Mr. David Gdrtnebn' deferids Ned kellyi"' "It"iff "probable "that another xemand.HW'iUibe appliedibr,,;: jj: ! r Soudry was yesterday dieoharged from .Melbourne Hospital. ' ? V; , .'. A'darlng;a'ttenipt to commit an ex tehsi'vo robberjr wae-made"early ;'y§eter day morning,' at Hafer's jeweller...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

-£, Time , Table of Arrival" and '? ,? c * Departure of English Hails 'FOR A U GUHT, '1880.. VIA SAX FRANCISCO, Ontwanl. Lcavo Sydney, I London, 12th August. I 28th September. inward. Lci.vc London, I Arrive Sydney, tLZ" -17th June, 2nd August, 10th July. I 30th August. _ VIA MELBOURNE, CAI-LB A. UMNDISI. ' Outward. ?OfidaveS'Bydooy. Arrive Loudon, ?Ird August, 18th beptcmber, 'jn v '.''K l7t h August,' 2nd October, * ' Ulst August, 10th October , i, i Inward. Leavo London, | Airive Sydney, 2od>Jaly, litth August, .''"l 3CthJuly. ?? j 27th August. "?Via Brisbane, torre 1 * sTiiAirn, <t,t?. r - ' > AND BKINDIBI. v.'ft i- * ''"' Outward, ti „3 Sydney, I Amvc London, ijj't'i! ,(ith August. | 2nd October. , Inward. ,'< Leave London, 1 > Arrive Sydney, ,"l#tb Jane/ I oth August. LETTER RATES OI)' POSTAGE. Via f|an Francisco, Cd per half ounce Vfa Molbourno and Brindisi, and Torres Straits and Brindisi, 8d per half ounce. For Newspapers—Yin San Francisco, id...

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BARNEY'S GULLY. Department of Public Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, July 13, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

BARNEY'S OULLY, Department of Publio Works,' ', OfQco of Commissioner and Engineer for Ituads. Svdnor. Julv 13. 1880. I have tho honor to be, Sir, '? Your obedient servant, William C. Be.inett Commissioner and Engineer'/oi' RoAdf. W. 0. Browne, Esq., M.l\ Sir,— Roferring to your, letter ot the 21it nit,, enquiring whether, provision has been nqado for bridge over Barney's,dully,' oh the road Wollombi to Broke. 1 havo the honor to inform you Hint n bridge of 30 feat Bpsn will be require J, at a colt of £170 ; th'tt the road is in cliargc of trustees, and that there aro no funds at present ainilable for tbe work, but that provision'for It will be recom> mended on next estimates. ' , l Tho ColoHsus of roade—Tbe traction ongiuo. " Yon just tako 0110 bottlo of my inedlcino," said a quack doctor to a consumptive, " and you'll norer cough again. " "is it bo fatnl as that ? " gnHjied the consumptivu. A lovut- having he on driven from tbo house by his sweetheart's fathor, irae asked if ho...

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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER I. THE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

i^uMisi THB - '* HAUNTEDGRANGE ' 1 i ? ? CHAPTPR'I. t ; THE FAREWELL. - BT"B.''A.'b. , 'iJ, . ' . "And your regiment really embarks tho toy after to-morrow." : -.',.; The speaker glanced up at thosad'facb of the young man standing opposito to her, v if ehe lioped to hoar her statement contradicted. . ' ???..-. ; "Wo are under orders for, that after noon, leabel, and my stay with" you can be outforafow short hours, as my leave of nbsenco expires to-morrow,-and I havo written to tho general to say he may expeot no this evening." i, , ? ! A look of annoyance clouded the b<Wtiful we of tho girl to whom 't,he' answer, had teen addressed. " You might have given ue last houra of your, leave-,. to mc, ncrtert, instead of to General "Willough ? V ' .',''? ..' ?????? ?? :?? ? "I would far rather have . done so, "?y darling, hut it .could not . bo ?rouged. ?Tho Grango lie,s on. my-ttay. BWk to tho .station; and by paying ny visit there last, 1 a.m enabled,to itiy with you up to tho ...

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Singleton Police Court. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1880. (Before Mr. W. Dudding, J.P.) A TRIO OF DRUNKARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

Singleton Police Court- > TiiunsDAY, Aociusi d, 1880. , (Before Mr. W. Duddiug, J.P.; A I1UO OF DUUMvAKUH. , ' ! 'Henry' Playford pleaded, guilty < to 'a charge of drunkenness.;> . ? ??''':;;;?<.- ? ' -. Constable Haydon deposed:tojarrest ing accused ; in Bourke-strcet ' tori ;tlio previous day nt 2.45 p.m.; ho was going along tho street uuablo to take caro ot himsolf. bomor-Soigcant Webb drew tho iittoution of the JJench to tho deplornblo Htnto oi the defendant. Ho was tremb ling all o\ei, and scarcely ablo to atund in tho Oourt-houso. He had frequently been before tho Bench. Tho Bench admonished tho defendant. In conbequoneo of his having beon so froquontly heforo the Couit, ho would bo Jinod £1, or, in default, soven days. JJernanl Kirkpatvick pleadod guilty to a similar charge. Constable Jlickey deposed to arrest ing accused in Eli/nboth-stroct; ho was drunk, but quiot ; previoue to this, complattitH wcie miide to witnoss by Mr. ! Jannna rospoctiug ac...

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Poetry. TO PORTIA AT BELMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

M$^-; TO PORTIA AT BELMONT. w — J. 8. in Elachvood's Magazine. QmcK from fog and frost away, ... yiy, rov song, with greeting gay j .- , ?To fair"-Belmont's lady fair; ,..,, , ,.-, Up, my KP",'" 0 ' ; r ' flplike soaring lark in Spring! Quick as swallow dips his wing Slanti?g lotW Summer Sea, Quiokv away, with frolic gloe. Humble greeting greeting gay, , To the Lady Portia! , _, ~ , She is good and she is wise, ' She has shapon destinies ; ' , Swift of tongue, of noble speech, '- Learning over wise to teach; '? i Wise in counsel, firm in deed, >~" ' -? Helper in man's utmost need j ' Brave'as wise, and true as brave, Quick to feel, and strong to savo; Fly, iny'littlo song, and pay Honour to great Portia. ' Wise is she, and eweot withal, Queen at life's preat festival; Queen of laughter; keen of wit, . Quick to aim, , and snro to hit, Laughing light, and laughing ever, At the foolish jest and clcveir— Laughing first and jesting after, For she scarce can *peak for laughter— Who our...

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880. Local News, etc. Leader,and other matter in type, pressed out. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 7 August 1880

iWrt.w . . — 1', '1 .SATURDAY. -AUGUST 7, 1880. . ? ,l L~~z . , Local JNews, etc. . LfeADEn, and other mattor in type, pressed 'out..-:-/,,;, ? ? GltBAT intercut is being taken in tho t?o ''"entertainments to bo given by the K. V. ' ?''"Society and the H. A. D. Club on the hrst and second Show nights. The former ban it reputation to make, the other one to sustain, 'and both hre working Bide by aide for the ! " benefit of the Mechanics' liihtilntc, nnd tho "''instruction and nmuaoraent of tho public The programme , !, bills, and advte msued will . "' show what n treat Iβ in store for these two V'nighte, It only rcmaiue for im to any thnt '?' the public ought, us a matter of duty, to <*' bTiow itself worthy of co goodly n eompauy ?* 'of hardworking amateura nnd othcro, by crowding the hull on both Hhow uighte. ,' Singleton is to loae its ijtation-ron?ter, VJMft Goorgc Ferris, who has accepted the charge of West Mnitland etntion, Mr. ..Mnttinglcy having been transferred to M...

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