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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Commercial Intelligence. s SIKGLETOS PRICE JLIttT. Egg* (Whale—ie) 61. par do*. Butter (Wholeulc) I 0& per lb. Baoon (Wholtamlei So. per lb. Cbeew (Wboloalc) *o. per 18. X ?. il Bay tOaten) jut ton ?> '......'.: .. a 10 ft ,, (wheatcio „' -...- ~? : '-.. -.'.'-a .0. 0 „ (J.neenMV>' „-. ' ..- ?-.. . i? "? - ,.- ?' 3 30 0 Katie per battel ....... 3a, Sd. to 4 : ( Oa(a „ 4 0 Potatoes Mr opt. '-: .'.'-..:..- .*''? .;... ' ?- 1.0

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 — 26 September 1874

Local and General Hews. ".'- The WBAritEEl-r-Thc weather daring the. past few day* has been waira, especially yes terday, when the finst hot yrind of the season introduced itself, mildly chough, to the Singletoniaos. Taking it n m earnest of -more to follow, tec do not altogether welcome it.. According to the wiseacres who fixed the date of the Australian seasons, . Spring commenced only last Tnesday; but : for ttaa a glance :it the advanced state of the numerous varieties of trees, iihrabs,and flowers in and- aronml Singleton would sug pest that tho scajoivwa* qtuto orcr. Ife Bee from otir various files thAt there here been mort violent gales in Armidmlt; anil other parts of New England daring the weet, and ' that at Batnant it has both snowed aud been ?vcmifot in tho course of £ort/?e%nt hours. The " AnauH "?,, Viewed jtbou -a ' Dia- TJkJSCB.— The KeKeaxtle Pilot refers lo the establishment of the Singleivn. Arym : in tUe follovringloampliDicnUry terms:—" Singleton —feoinerlT one ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Synopsis of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Synopsis of Latest Hews. {".Ffcaa* '?**? ' .. Port Darwia states that three committed soitutey Th? codEes say that they have been" decerrcd; that they were told they were r?"""?g to a cold country -where everything,, was cheap, but that '?the reverse is the case, and that a glass of ale'takes all their wages. The allu vial, news is favourable. A deputation waited upon the Hon. JJenry\ Parkes and the Hon. G. A. UoyS, in order to urge the necessity of the Government lending- their assistance 4o remove the restrictions winch the Kidnapping ActimpobCb upon horutfide traders, in the South. Seas. After hearing oil that the deputation had to urge, Mr. said that the Govera- I ment were tolling; to make representa -1 Hans to the Imperial Government, and >to do all they could to relieve the .fair traders tie disadvantages Seven, tenders were opened ,ai- the Works Office, for the extension of the Great, Southern Biulway from. Coota mnndr*,to Wagga. .The tender of D. Musson 'and Co. is belie...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Conditional Purchase. THE foUorwing conditional purchase was made at the Land Office on Thursday last :— Thomas Martin, 40 acres, county of Durham, ' parish of Dyninjr; adjoining the west of his conditional purchase of 40 acres. msdc cax the 11th March, 1868, and running "west to bound John Martin's conditional purchase. Deposit, £10.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horrible—If True. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Horrible—If True. The Daily Telegraph has stirred up a feeling of disgust and horror, mingled with incredulity, by the recital of the details of a brutal fight which,.it is.nl- leged, took place between a man. and a bulL-dog last week at Hanley. It is not ensy to jiictnre a more disgustiug scene than that to which the commissioner of the Telegraph, introduces .us. ; A place occupyuig t!ie position, of a cellar in a filth; house in a lane iii. Hanley, witli fifty, men, 'half of. them pitmen, .half sporting " swells,? pacfccd-in a space .of : sixteen feet square, lighted by-one lamp, -and -Tentilated, spite, of the , universal /the. .chimney. Xbe,,liero v o&>'the .performance;- was. a hideons dwarf named " Brununy," with grizzled heir- and huge head and arms. .;This ogre, stripped to his waist, and - exposing his hairy-arms and neck,much scarred with large wounds like bums, and anointed with oil, fought—for the third time, it would appear—a regular pitched battle with a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government Gazette. Payment of Rent, Mineral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Government Gazette. Pakmbnt of Rent, JlrrrEEAi Lf.abes. —Rents of mineral leases for the year 1875. irill De received at the Treasury np to the 30th day o£ November next- : ATJTHORrrr to Select Lakps.—Notice is berebjr given, that unsatisfied authorities to select minernl lands, which bjtve expired or shall expire before the 31st December, next, wilt, on application to this office, and production of sneb. authoriticK, be renewed, and the time for exereiein? such anthorities extended to the said 31et December,' beyond irbicli date no rencTral or extension of time trill be granted. Authorities to select mineral lands will not be accepted by the. wardens, land agents, 4c., Sec, unless and until the Minister for Mines or the Under secretary shall certify that such authorities are unsatisfied, and that the term, if expired, las been renewed. Accetteb Tesdeb.—The following ten der has been accepted by the Government, ??iz.; Erection of a bridge over Sweetman's Creek, Slaitlaud and Wollomb...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Revolting Cruelty. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

; Revolting- Cruelty. AcWSVOltixg case of cruelty came "be fore." the Hotham Police Court on Thursday. Thomas il'Givern, a middle aged drunken-looking man, was charged with assaulting hie; daughter aged fourteen. The poor girl (says the j£rgv£) > who appeared in Conrt with, her.back much bent, said' thai on. No vember 24,. 1573, when she went home from her confession, her father asked her yrho ate the sugar. She said she did-not'know, whereupon, her took up .a. pair of bellows and struck her with it several -times'on the back, and head until £e"T>roke it. She felt -much pain for a long, time after, and her back was beat. Three months after her father beat her with a broom-handle, which he also broke over Tier, and* knocked her down; and 'hs 'gvn^Tux t a third "beating with the 'heel off a' hoot on 'the'lead. She was confined to"" consequence for six weeks.) * '3^ c . reason, she had not told people of these assaults 'before was that she was frightened her father would find 'it...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lecture. "FRIENDLY ISLANDS, PAST AND PRESENT." [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Lecture. , '-FBIENPLY ISLANDS, £ASX",A2U>- - PRESENT." „ l"" ,Osr "Wednesday evening G. "W*. R. J Stcphmsbn ,dcKTered:' a -lecture on the above irechauics'. Institute,' to "an. audience*' of pearly a hundred persons. The.iecture, vthich wasof the' most interesting 1 'description, to all the friends of missum' i work, was listened" to witJithe l greatest and''ife-iev.' lec£rirer~ 'was, repeatedly 'greeted'with outbursts of "applauae. i> Mr.'.' George Waring,' who [occupied the 'chair, ,r stated that 'that-position would nays been.fflledTrr'Jrlr. 1 Alexander l the 1 absence of that gentleman from the. .town.'- 1 Having briefly aHudect'to the 'subject of the lecture "iraich. he thought 'would be very interesting,"'' he- Opened the j proceedings, by' calling upon Mr., 'Burnett to offer np prayer: ~ "We give k 'a short' t-cramc "of the lecture.' ' ' The Bey. Mr. Stephinson cemmenced by stating that the Friendly Islands, or South Central Polynesia as , they are otherwise called, are...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Friday, September 26, 1874. The Court opened at ten o'clock. Moore v. Hassett. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Fridat, Septembsb 2C, 1874. Tie Court opened at ten o'clock. iioonE v. HAssrrrr. Xhi:i -.vns a case for continual trespass al "?.?Scd to be ccenmitted by the defendant on the kad of the plaintiff. llr. Thompson for the prosecution, anil Mr. Wisdora, instructed by Mr. Gould, for tLc defence. -?Iγ. Thoapioii.. having opened his cm; called Edvrord Moore, t'as plaintiff, ivlio deposed riiit he had t.-.icn v.p four forty-acre selec tions of 1-ud r/- Glendon, the in Janu ary, ISS3, pjid :hc last in December, 1873 ; they V.-CXC numbered 17, 13, 2.>, and the las.t vras ?lunanjbered ; lie took possession ned began to clear in January, 1563 ? he cleared abovE seven and cropped it from then cp to the present time ; the seven acres tveic icacsi o≤, aaitto rots -svas & sraasg pad dock;si£o3l?ext one be left a. mania chsjge of ; ejS*~w*ft;i? tie following montih,. sod lie had of it:erer i-tacc ; in July 186*, he, took up the 3rd and h^ ? lScerou? kepi it. as. also that taken cp .Iα Ueo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

MELBOURNE. The Crickot Club here offers to play two matches with Sydney, the first in December, at Melbourne, and the second-; in March, at Sydney. ?"'"'.' Disgriccful kcni , - oc.urred at the .gravo of Hattic Shepherd. is tni'njphont.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

-?' gtngteiott Post Office.. XaO* -Asm far-Hi*. T/.Oli. tbas i? BfttWrf. ImmUli. I^adhhwyTiwt, MatoUlaUMorpath. Wteacak. wt >Ma?*. ?" Mwxtor. Tn * — "'> ?WMi—lay, Hjnwfcg, JMoay, aart.WrtsrHsaVat too, aoti abnanaaal, <Iln.Xlnnda.j.,rcidaT. ??<tS??a*tf?o?tSJ?.ajn. MMt cm. Satoi** amine at? Swalaj- BMrubis'?-aa*iMac&. JFor Cwiherwair, Taiailsj, -STbaawlagr. Tlwl?j> Friday, XKt Srt??4*aPj. — -. SJO-. HpJ?-tarS<m??TTt Tnnlh fhii Tf—**T_ Tmililnj Tbarafcy -jawraMtta,ga*afafflanrl. amLSgrdanvatX;P*t , T?.*tefcwwrrh. aaaT J?TySfcPtata???aiT?M???r.lb?? an-, aad Satnxvtaj-.at ?J? pj?. 7?.a?*?^TaO?i?>Sab?das-.atKa?l?. * Sfc- Tear as* liot-telfc. act KawUji ThawtoT, awt * L - ? Aafcaaaatir.as.loUa?ausu T* .1 ~ .-Batatas**- atro-ajtt.

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 — 26 September 1874

???'? Wfti'i" si. ££££> -?? *-? ' ??.!???-????- J--— ' ?.. Uppss: Hunter 5-p-cr.r.-^..^rccz'.-e. -. ??? .. SJ9SS2T!?. ?nr The Cretin tUc rnbftcrsptiaa swi?tae trr=.-.. Tri-lL=r tii caper iateatimllisr xnn&er or ttrocgii J>o=^. c£ A-Tcrtiiii,- :— Knt i=c!l snd unisr Se. Od. . Knry ndiitionol i=fe or bj\l;-i=ch .. .. Se. W. jUiTwrtiMtrKnts cf t-rro li=? ffiu Ci Births, De?ii?, tea Jlsrsiacra 'A. Cc- Sul?a Cards;*rr.carttr <tii. Oi. ICo fcdvertyjeiEcsti! v*. JL ?beril sUowxnec iviLl be fesr oontinsed for fc period oi orer lour -wrclu. It =:usc be <y?tinctly thAt, usilewa ?dvertleenent? TfTiil tc an<3 chnrire*! '"" the nsoal.rate A<i"Pertisctaeiite?hfiuld v n.vri=e i n=_ber oC imertions requirctl -<rrltt*a ou the order. Any person creerinfi Advertisements o- on txhaU OT? Cotartittee, lorniisaor Xα be f">-=ie<J, for any pobaic pcrpoee > will be h.cltl poreoually rcepoaiiale Tor , thxHuac I The JLEQTJS a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1874. Public Education. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

SATURDAY, SEl>TraUBEIt i'G, 187-1. Public £dacntloB. We publish in another column an. abridged account of jm important and influential meeting, ueld at Sydney on tlie 21st instant, to inaugurate die Public School League, for mating education national, eecnlar, compulsory, and free. Oar Tcadeis'are doobUcs? all swans that ? for some time past tLc Education ques . tjou lias Wen most prominently brought under the notice otf the Sydney public, ' and, Iβ a somewhat less degree, of the wnole .colony.'. ' In preyions issues- w& have "touched upon some of the princi pal causes -whicfi led to this agitation for a reform in the present system. From tho voluminous correspondence which from time U> time has appeared in .the Merald,. and other Sydney papers, it is pretty, plainly evident fo all whohave '. made it their business to read what has been written concerning- the need for the proposed reform, that the balance of argument in decidely on the side of those ? -who maintain th...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

g&* glrgas; '.:" SarosK to jco Mastee; ?r so sect AJC'L" "Be jukt, aki> routsOT; Ucr allTJin ekus thou aim*kt- ax sc thy Cou3?nnr*s, thy God's, akb Tjttmi's.*.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic [?]] SYDNEY. Friday, September 25, 8p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

'-'? iateliigesc-e. ?.-.-?:? rosinarry.T ?-:?.:";??. j ?? ,:;'-.SYDNEY. . '" :: ;. Friday,' Sesitember 25, & p.m.- -' 7 'A petition for the compolsorr- secpes- ' tration. of'the Califcmiou MsalCompsay i ias fceert granted. : ;.*-??>??,;?;?;. '" YesienJiT f a deputation wsotednpOB ' thsl^i^BiXCu^tt,r^Qest3itgTepxc?eat?^ ~t£o*' at^^fee" ''^Am^.Mk,i^'i?mmlt^fnm. :^Fh?iTWft^v-M*rkij^ 'Vti*&'-tt''Bl?!K. of S&OsbsY^s* V-S*" ? £&£ "?V:\&-'-Qfc:M"B&r^^ :t-'*s?j *V.-- Sx tnottaa^rj?n>r^Tisit^"Bk?^'^a ' OT<aerng'^e^j?JiUU?pi'^ -..???- CJal^^&^^-'B^'S^^XdO'ln^ J * : 4' ->>-'i ' ? *Mfe?sret'' "£??ydy* (snd'Co>i mwi ckxuts; Sydney-, "'"bare called a ? sneetinjj of their creiSiois for 'tbs'lstOctober. V ?'.'' : Sir <Tames~ 'Martin: is reported to have called the attention, of the Government to the impropriety of leaving the colony -witliortt an Actiiig-Governor.???';. A good deal of : correspondence' on t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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FARADAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

. FARADAY. The cable-laying :ihip -Faraday has Vt&t fea$u' feeirf. ???&? tea days-

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA AND SERVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

' RUSSIA AND SERVIA. ?"'.?' Prince Gortchakoif, the Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs, iuis re cognised the right of the principality of ? Servia to conclude commercial treaties.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DENMARK AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

DENMARK AND GERMANY. A Vienna paper asserts that King . Christian of Denmark has rejected the proposals of Prince Bismarck to enter the German Federation.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY AND DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

GERMANY AND DENMARK. ? The Press of Berluijvwlines-the ex- V pulsion of Danish 'agitiiiors from' . Schelc'sTTig-Holstein, and affirms that ? the disposition of Germany towards Denmark is friendly.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUATENMALA. September. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

: \ ...... :-. .GUATEMALA. Guatemala has saluted the British /flag, and paid the indemnity imposed in ;' consequence of the. indignity inflicted on "Vice-Consul Magce.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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