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Northern Jockey Club Races, West Maitland. First Day, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Northern Jcslxej Slub Usees, West Maitlasd.. Kffisr Dav, Tuesday; The first meeting of the Northern Jockey- Club commenced on Bales's course; The pro gramme consisted of three hendicapssndtano other race?. The weather was. fine, ;tnej at-, tendance moderate, and, the course m good, order. ' ' ~ ' "?' The" Trial Stakes begun the -business of the day," and the programmrt was got through; in. good tune, with the following results :— T?nc TEIAI. STAKES, ' , Mr. T.'ivory's b. ra. GazellerS yrs. ... — t A. "Bowman's chj c. Athos, 3 yrs. ... 2 J. Mayo's b. h. Lord John, 4 yrs. 3 Time, I mm. 53 sec THE FLTXNO BaXDIOaP. Mr. Ai Loner's eh.m. The Novice, 3 yra, 6st.7lbs. 1 ?A. Albright's Consande, 7st2lhs. ... 2 "W. T. iXeoman's gr. h. Sweetbxiar, 6 yrs., Bsfc. 121ba. 3 Time,' 1 nun. S3 sec , THE XOBXHE2N JOCK£Y' CLUB 'CTTP, Mr. J. Boss's bl Iw Priam, 6 yra; Bst,2tbs. 1 G. S. Hall,, jturr's. b, h. :St. Hclliers,, G yra, 6st., ... ... ... ... ... 2 X. Ivory's hr. h. Sterling, 4 3 BCHclliers was...

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

3Co? riArriatfcc take pl*c? In Ar/nt <30ten Ike lit at April) tk?n ia .?uiy Mbrr=ioi-.ta of the yr?r, to ?*r:tbe?t?tisttc*of STtlSirj. nsdtl??ccuOc*ra, MXc ttMTe£oiv noet the tiiac spoken of ?t ?ny. otlier. It is interesting to not?, -trhi!c on ?Object, tb*l the principal miliinrrj ?ai .STTteisaien ncosxtize the "Horn* Shuttle Sewing ITachine" si the XDCMt xalCDble either for neta-ar** c-f work or dambility. It make* the lockstitch, they and, ai-uI viil ht:n. feU. I>tDd, cord, braid. s??;n. rj>, hr"=--*:itch, xnd wvott at the ?un? tir=e. T\\~ '? Home ;;n-iU!-" >? tbe ehopnt of DllScnin; Jlach:a?. oiid is .IUO the . mOEtt ctesant,idniple. sr.J com;iact; it v.::i vrw anj-thicr ' A-VOXDCnrn. Cuian-Xln o! twenty.ftTe yeaxv. one rm-uiciuil msslarii hma ex pbjsiciaTu on thissulcof th? Atlantic To-Oa-r. ra fron the tine of St? intrtxtactioa. IMauo Woirs's AnoujLTsc scnimxM 5< - :t?ul o? vnrj other tonic am! <ii?irrtic In the c/f ;!:-r public and -o...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Memorial to the late Father Monnier. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

HemorisI to the _ late Father j' ? MottTrier. .. A m reprise -was ' convened in. St. Patrick's hall last. Sunday night, for the purpose of taking steps to raise. & memo rial to the memoty- of the late Father Moanier. Kγ.' J". <&' CConapr , ,; occupied thedtaic „ The chainoxiL aude * wry addrees oa' the Bfe and actions' of the lamented deceased, and" sail tiat it wanted no memorial or tah&t to (endear him to the minds of tfaoee pneettt, -who had an intimate knowledge of Mβ many -virtues wmlst amongst them, , bat to their children who were growing up (and of whosi the deceased had. heenso fond), . they ought to leave some lasting memo j rial by which his name might Tie per ' petu&tt-d; and no matter what shape or J form it might take, he trusted, that by ? the mated action of the citizens the affair vcotild be a grand success. He trusted that not only vronld there be sufficient funds to erect a tablet or win- j I doTy, or both, but that there...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Cable News. (From the Herald,) LONDON. CONFLAGRATION AND LOSS OF LIFE. September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

? Cable News. 1'..''/.;"'.'.-' (From, the Herald,} ? ?' '% ??" LONDON. CONFLAGRATION AND LOSS ;; ?:/'. ":?? OF LIFE. ???.-.-? ' ? " " September 21. A cosKiAORATiox, attended -with fatal results, has occurred at Fall River, n manufacturing town in Massachusetts, U. S. The fire broke out in a cotton mill. ' Forty persons have been killed.

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

Public School League. A Mrsi.ic.Mwrris<J of citiiensof Sydney was. held .last; cTening, in the Masonic Hall, toinagurate tfieNew South "Wales Pnbltc" School League for \ making pri- mary. education national, secular, - com piilsory, 'and free. This hall' was: filled with ah intelligent and earnest assembly, including many ladies. ?Among the gentlemen on the plat form were the Rev. Dr. Zachary Barry, Rev. Messrs. James Greenwood, M.A., T. Forsaith, M. Slatyer, and T. I Johnston ; YMr. D. Buchanan, M.P. 5 I Mr. J. Stewart, MP. ; Messrs. James I PowelljG. R. Dibfcs, J. Eoschy, J. K. j Holdsworth, S. Goold, John Davics, and i"P. J. Thomas. V; V ,; - Mr. ' Jl. B.- Salomons occupied ;th? ; chair. ' Y-.."'"'. ' ' >'?? ' '''<'.'?'' i .' ::: The proceedings "were begun hj Mr. Bnzacott, one of the' hon. secretaries, reading? the advertisement convening the meeting, after which V ' .., ;1 : - : 'The Chairman addressed the' meeting, rranaradng, in the first place, that ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Second Day. Wednesday. THE MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

; Seoottd . DAT, Wkd'nesdax.'' THE JtATDSS'KL4Te1 ?";"? -Mr. A. Bowman's eh. c Athos, 3 jrrfc, 6sr. lifts, (& Davis), ... _. 1 T. Ivory's b. i. Gazelle, 3 yrsu, fist. 61ti, (ClearyX „ ... 2 Griffiths' br. c Warrior, 4 yr&, Bft. (Ttaedgate), ... ... ,<..' '"3 Jno. Msyo s far. h. Lord Johoy 4 yrsw -'' 7st. SJfcs. .. ..„ L. - t Mr. Cobcrof t*s Sunbeam, and 3lr. Scan's Buckingham were scratched. , Thae, 2-rmn. 60 4-lOthsec ' :mim- ... * ?;..,: 1 1 ;2£r. AllrJght'sb.£, Conaaade, 3 jxs\, Gsr. Mh?L,.(Cleaiy), ... .../ ... l. r 1, T. iTory'shr. h. Sterling, * jib, Bet -7ID&, (Bryant), '2' A. Loder*s eh; in;' The Notice,3 ym, r 6st. 9tbs, (Lynch), ... ... , 3 Time, 1 rain. 53-2-10 sec . this j>ccmurgrjeij> pabk handicap. "sfr. Haft's b. h. St. Heliexs, 6 vrs., Gst. 1 t;,-.: Cobcroft'? bYh. Suanysidc, 5 yxa,.7?t, 6H&, (Davis), 2 Richard's, b. g. The Duke, 6yrs, 7sfc. (Cleiiry), .'. ... ... ,f '?afe Ay Bowman's Sunlight,' Mr. Yeoman*." Sweethria...

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

Kangaroo Hunt. A coBRjEBPONDENT-writing front Trinkey on September 8th, furnishes the follow ing account of the recent kangaroo hunt on the Liverpool Plains to the Murru- rtmdi Times : — " The morning arriTed and continual showers came down, tend ing": to make many believe the sport would be put off. Nothwithstanding, twenty horsemen left Trinkey station for- the yards, : which 'were erected some time hack, at about sic miles from the [ stiition. , At.9 rainrincreaeed, , bnt the party appeared determined not 'to be disappointed; they had- increased ;to , ,twenty-five ere : they reached the ground. , On. arriving the party took & 1 turn towards tiie: Colly,Bhoe-mountain, starting a great number of kangaroos down ; below the tight' wmg, which is . nearly, a mile in length.' The party then all proceeded to' the downs, where Mr. I' Higgins, surveyor, resides; it was then ? about noon, and the rain came down is 1 torrents. ; The, number of horsemen : now increased, to forty, and ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton District Court. Wednesday September 27th, 1874. (Before his Honor Judge Willenson.) W.V. SHADE [?] WM. [?] Claim £8 6s. 4d. for dishonored promissory note and interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

i (Bclore Ha Honor Jctge Vj'u.sirTiOi;.'', tr. V. SHADE e.' WSC- EVAMS. Claim £S 6a? id. fordiaoaaared promissory note xnd interest. . ' . Mt Goaid. ajgpeaxed for. the plaintiff, and Mt Wasting: far the drfeuisofc. Anr?flSa?rit bad tear Sfed far defendant, .?ettaiipfcirtfetbat he TfaR under tie eSaetaef drink at the time he was.,sajd to hsre g?T?n. ?!??? "" ixaf'. sidei ajUaterei about "WBEam, YCeat Shade; deposed, to the note being drawn bjr defisadnmv-4y affixing Ida rcaurfc—aact to its being- a.if laaasnri by a person aasaed SoaOSMnrt.:. ??'? BteCettdaat'.-tvas us* drunk at the time, btrtinttrr well enough .w**lhewaadcaa*> It was given, to settle wtLO.n, ami an account. By Hr. "Waring:' Defendant was no* drunk. He had a ghat* or two. Be did not sleep at lay hcose the might ie signed; the pgomasoxy laute^ By Bis Honor: The mote was given about &T9 o'clock in the afternoon, fiat as L O. TJW .money >t > and stabling. Bobert Solomon deposed to witnessing the nf ?>...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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News by the Mail. FRANCE-PARTICULARS OF THE ESCAPE OF MARSHAL BAZAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

-News by the MjaiT. ITTCASJCE.— PAHTietJ&AItS OF TOE ES CAPE OF MAKSHAL BAZAtWE. London, August 12.—The following particulars of the escape of Marshal Bazaino from lus prison in the isle of St. Margnerite, are received :—The ap- partment occupied by Bazaino opened on a terrace which mc built on the edge of a pTcdpHw?rcfiff'tttfeTtealiging the sat. A sentry Tjres posted ott> the'terrace-with orders" ; t6" watch. 'th?S prisoner's every movement. TJunng Sunday evening flic Marshal walked upon the terrace ?with Colonel Vj[ette,'h?s Aide-de-Camp. At lO'o'clock- 'he retired as ueual ap parently to sleep, bnt before daybreak he had effected - bis escape. He must harte crossed the terrace in the- dead of | the night, and eluding ' ihe sentinel, gamed the edge'of the precipice, wh'once, by means of ? knotted rope,. J>e de scended'to the sea- He evidently slip ped daring the descent and.tore Jus hands, -as ? the rope was found * stained with' blood in 'various places. Under he c...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Heartless Breach of Promise Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

A Heartless Breach of Promise ? -: Case. '. t /As action' for breach of Adams; '??if. -Jeeves,-was'tried at Bedford oh'"<Jiuy 22.; y TbJepTaintiff was ayoung woman,-; said to be twenty-four years bf age, and the daughter of a widow keeping a public-honsc ajfc Girtfdrd. The defendant was'the son of a farmer living at au adjoining Tillage, anil'now about 1 tWrty years of age." The parties to the action had been on terms of intimacy from, childhood, and became engaged t* each other in 1868 with the consent of their parents. Iα June, 1868, the defendant wished the engagement to be at on end, which the plaintiff agreed to, bnt five weeke later the engagement was "re newed. In December following the defendant again asked the plaintiff to determine tbcar engagement, as- ho felt he did not love her as ho had done. The plaintiff agreed, and retnrncd his presents, an. engaged ring, and some other article* of jewellery/ Two or three months after, the defendant called several -times,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Important from the Palmer River Gold-fields. Brisbane, Monday, 2.14 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Important from the 1 Palmer Eiver Gold-fields. { ,- - Brisbane, Monday,. 2.1* P-in. I ? News front I > alm'ersn^le , to Septem )"ber-10yhas been received. ' u ?' "\ iiA pnblic meeting comprising/ repre sentatircs of the- storekeepers ' and miners at trie principal was-held at Stonoy Creek, Palmer diggings,, oil tho <stiu Bishop QnTnn presided. The following' resolution was tmairnnously adopted ;—" That in consideration of the present condition, of tho gold-fields, of the arrival of a large number of men from tho" south, and of the inevitsdile danger of a famtne- v during ,the; rainy season, which, is this meeting deems' it 'its duty to ' ensure pnblicity for the following facte ;' that there is no sliuvial jninrng at present except what has been already' worked; that a 111830111/ of the 1 diggers axe' not earning wages,; that' many" are not making rations, a considerable "number, are in a worse position ; that"the quartz reefs cannot; as worked, afford: lucrativo empio...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Government Administration. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

The Government Administra tion. Ir.- is. evident,, from a paragraph -in a naoriuBg'Contempbrary, that the GdTJBr nor and ; his. Cabinet .hare, l f6r'Boine: reason best known ;:to : ihemseI'V'es;' i dcs-. termined that no Administrator shall bo sworn in during his Excellency's ab sence in. Fiji. It seems that this course has been pursued under the idea that the Governor and the Ministers hare some powers, and that the Secretary of State can give some orders or directions in reference to the appointment of an Administrator. The Governor and his 'Cabinet, it is said, hare communicated their' intentions to the Secretary of State, and he has jiot signified any dis approval. Wβ suppose, therefore, that liis "silence gives consent." Bat -we are verj mnch misinformed if this ojios tion of an Administrator is not settled by the Queen by commissions under her sign manual. We have referred to the commission of Sir Hercules Robinson, and by thai it appears that, during- his absence from the col...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

AMERICA. The City of Melbourne, with the Sydney jnails, arrived at San Francisco two and a half days before her contract .tunc.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Office of Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

The Office of Governor. Rumours have prevailed the last day or two to the effect that some differences of opinion existed between the Cabinet and the Chief Justice, as to the propriety .of swearing in an: Administrator of the Government in the absence of his Ex cellency, and wo believe that there has been some interchange of Communica tions on the subject, -with what result, however, we do not know further than thai we believe no action : will be taken in the matter. '' Any correspondence will, doubtless, be published when Par liament . meets, and will probably call for some expression, of opinion from the Secretary for the Colonies as a. guide on ! future occasions of a similar character. Onr readers will remember that under 'the old regime of irresponsible govern ment the. Colonial Secretary acted in the absence of the Governor., ."VVTiea responsible government was introduced, this plan was obviously unsuitable, if for no other reason than for this, that the Colonial Secretary'as ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Local and General News. The WEATnntt.—Thu line weather of last week gave place ou Saturday morning to wet, and light ahowers feU at intervals during the forenoon. In tho afternoon a thunderstorm occurred, and' sorno heavy HhowetH fell, which, however", were of ?ht>rt duration. \No further rain occurred till Sttmlay ei-cruHK , , an<l then steady sliotrere J commenced which lasti-d for- some hours, mid more or loss throughout the night. ICaiti continued daring Monday, and by uooit tli? river had risca slightly. its waters having hotl changed their pellucid state for one rcHcmbling pea-soup. '.This, rain has been of great benefit to -the crops, promise most favorably. The fruit is ex pected to be especially abundant this year. ?Hio temperature is miid. The river con-, turned to rise tip till the time of our going to pICSS. ? ??'????. '? ???'??".?'?' '?. ?"? ?.:"?? ?' :? . Killed by a snt>eh.-—Spiders arc by come, indeed by many persona, looted upon mil only as very har...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

'??X LONDON:' ' J H&v.!>israeE is' suffering from bron- imH'Tus visit to Ireland, has "been ?Consequentlypostponed. __ r ' ?' Tfe \Romari: Catholic Bishop of Pfederboxn las keen, eosdesmed io- three moorths 1 imprisonment > for Ms, iJlarch pastoral. ** " , SC Thiers, speaking a£ "Versaaie? sold that with the assistance of Casimer Perier he -would T? abfe^to t *n? Eepu??eJ "'' ~_ 'X , . TS? Prince of TVales. iai" heen; elected Grand TUssler of the Freemason*, vice the Marquie of Bipon resigned.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Ungoverned Temper; and How it was Cured. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Ungorerned Temper; and How it was Cnred. (A Grmplete Title.} "Raix I rain! rain I Oh, will it .over cease tins constant, constant dropping ? Each drop seems like molten. Java fall ing on my head—my heart. Why did I Bay those cruel words to Harry this morning about the set of corals^—unjust to liim and co unwomanly in mc ? My' bitter, uncontrollable temper is the one bar to our liappincss I" . And Susie Allen pressed her anxious face against the window, peering out in the fast-gathering darkness, hoping to see Harry appearing in the distance. The rain' was falling in torrents, aud she could see but a few yards off; and, with v heavy sigh, she tnracd" and again occupied herself in pacing slowly to and fro through the pleasant little parlour of her house. At each return towards the window Susie wonld again pause, hoping to hear the welcome footstep. The clock pro claimed tho hour of seven. " One honr later- than ever before 1 What can have befallen him ?" And Susie moaned in her agony....

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1874. Before Mr. James Smith, P.M. Drunkenners. Patric Priest for Being drunk was fined 5s. with the usual alternative. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Singleton Police Goirrt. Before M.r. jAitcs SsCrxn, P3L Dncr.2CKE52.-EsS., JPutrfiri JPrictt for bejag drank, via fined 6s. wife the tisual alternative,". ASSAULT. ' U -' > " Henry Grainger charced Jc?erfi.,Kry?with g|jpylBg"unlajrfnUyi?a?in|l?id ?trwl beaten, himj .nn Jh>- STth-iiastant. ?. "^jjf^a?" .'.", — ? """Henry Granger, the. complainant ??, .this, j-easef depe?ed>tba?, he lured; near Barons' Sr?r&ythexnfomis*iott read; was true: tho_ the assaoilt. took September; near St-Afc???fe?c< J orrtJtt"B?Te?Kwortfa ram; paddock, with two sheep; asddtfendWtcalled/to-hini.aad said, "the next time 1 catch'Toct in this paadork, T wig summons you;" aituesa sard, "summons nje?7 He said, ".yes, arnnrwaws, Wit ness said he to go there by hie* ifather,-and-defendaartsaid te"was not; an ? Ai^uniettt-took places auKE odE hia horse, and struck witness, on the right -cheek with; his whin*. - ?. ', By defendant; 1- had no hoaioets. is: .the padaock ; X was: ordered, by ...

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Selected Poetry. PAPA WHAT ARE NEWSPAPERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

Selected Poetry. PAPA, IRHix: AWE JKZWSrAHXS f Oxsaa* that gaatJemmipUkr.jnj boy. Taaaravrtbvtarie otibc.d?j-.w3> hoy: '. . . Wliatenr ik br,- Thcr.attoattebT, Jutd p4pe ta'loil concert boy. Ke>t?-from ?ttcottJ*lri? arid cUmes,?j- boj- rirynor% mj boy, Jflxad ?p-with m2t sort* * CtfUyr?c-eepocWh. H THf J— ???>?—* ?*? ywj- K^y. .ftr+Mr*— ablw ao>a -tviae; my boy— JUkvat In ta* *d&crt. ?y?*vmj boy; JLad Ingle ma. pai - TlUsilanc mNtfentmsl. .To> tvtatt.lq tte world it amiUof 1 . my, boy. .. lorn, xgrjewn, my *???? X4?ste.#cx?p? to'iaatntea and annuo, my boy* And ki-ettiry debate Oa matter* at fitatev gfrr f<tf r? fc? paraa,. my boy-. Xbajfead* a* thtjt wxrt aad-air. nnr.boy; JLadffvnty wielt; a. ctevfer critJfja* J - On warn thrafrrtraj stanymj baatv Tm-ragaog JgpitcttVi?oonaV my boy. ,-Xfctf Mat-ling: o< *om?tKK?ya apooas,, uj bay: To* state of tb£ crop-v The. ityJeoT*** f opt, * AmVwdt of ,w boy> Xbt or aX-potato! 111b? my hoy; . Subbe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 30 September 1874

" ?InsolTencj Court. ?.'? . BCKHEiTDEES. ? -James Patrick Fogasrty, of "West Maitlnnd, cooper. Cause.of sequestration; Bicknewin family, and dullness in trade, i Liabilities, £117 Is. TdL Asaetts, £7 10s. Deficiency, £105 ss. 74. Official assignee, Mr. J. P. Mackenzie. _. ~ ThoniAs Evans Davies, of No. *;'Boeebud Terrace, South Head-road, Paddington, com mission agent. 'Cause of sequestration : '.Pressure,' under, /a, judgment execution. XiabiuticsT £373 St. 86*. Assetts, £20. "De ficiency. £303-56. BrL t Official assignee, -Mr. F. T. Humphrey." XC&K 3ttsx. Sept. 25 —John Taylor/ and John Wanga v. Haydon-JETcaekiah Hall' and Paul Siemen Fotl^^iadingitt' Sydney under, the firm of the Australasian and American Mail Steam ship Company. Returnable Sth October. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee

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