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Young America. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

Young Aniericai :'.^-; PerliapBiio American sclwci\bojr's.coio- '?' position has over put Vho '"'Father' of ; 'J his Oohntry" on u/.Bt*;ran£eririortl ? baeiH thnn this (the latter appears in tho '£vottsal\(intw Contemporary) :— GWgo' Washington was a little boy once lived in Vorginny Whet had a nax givo liirii by hie old man > AVhnn Georges old ninn foun out nhefc (ieorgo nn the riotbor, boy done, he called George too him, an 'he Bee, ;i George Washington who cutted th?; " l>ark ofen tno cliurry treo? George .eet/,',' i did. The old man eais you did. (ileorgo snis i did and i cflnnot tell ?'lty :1 .',' Why cunt you toll a li sea tbe old tnativ Coz snis Goorgoif i toll ali this,here';,! lurl blow on mo au thea I'll be npiuikcd twiet. Thatb rito saie the old man -wenover yor git into trouble the csyist way out is tha best." p , ; i ',.;^ Tho brigands seem to be having it allthoir own way in Thrace. ?' Tb'ey '' havo latoly carried off to the monntlior '' no 1088 tUon 15 persons a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRAGMENT FROM AN OLD LATIN ODE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

FRAGMENT FROM AN OLD LATIN ODE. SaiuC.'Simpson. ' j A ntTLl. deep pain is at .my hoart, My oyea uro wot with bitter tears, That gush from that still silent fount— Tho memory of bygone years. Oh! thut within tho iron gatos Where death receives tho trembling ghost, Somo epot wero fouud—somo quiot nook ? Whero wo might converse with tho lost! Whero, far from lifo and light, aud pain, In that still shadow of tho tomb, Our Boule might meet with theirs, and thoy Fill in our hoarta the vacant room. Oh ! kingdom rich in conquered spoils I Oh t land, whenoe none en e'er return I Tho. bqul is shut and barred in thoo, ' . Even ?uj tho dust within the urn. . ? V

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UTILISING SEWAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

e UTILISING SEWAGE. London haB constructed a sewer 27 miles long to convey the sewage fromhor 4.000,000 population out to sea, where it wilt be be yond the influence of the tide. This is an annual waste of 8,000,000d01a. worth of tho best fertilisor?. N?w York and vicinity washes the eowage of 2,000,000 population into tho rivera, to be alternately carried by the tido up and down the Htreama and inlots for twenty-flvo miles around. Chicago washes hor sewago into tho lake from which aha aleo draws her water supply. Philadelphia draws her water supply from the river, and returns her eoivago lower down to pay the draft. St. Louis washes tho eewage of a population of 500.000 down tho Mississippi, while a very large number of the oitiea of less eize .empty their sewago into the rivers or bury ie in vaults. All of thi? is waste, a ahamof ul waste of the health and fertility of.tho oountry. Tho eauie amount of what is thus thrown away, washed into streams to render them foul and olnoiioua ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household. DRINKS FOR THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

Bomtljalb. DRINKS FOR THE SIOK. Is speaking of tho annoying thirst of fevor patiouts, Dr. H. H.. Kane, in his " Siok Room," says:— ? . ?? ' Thirst-is a very prominpnt and annoyinir- symptom of foyer, and.oho that requires a litfclo consideration. Plain- watci;, when tako'n beyond v certain amount, is very apt to dis order the stoinaoh and bowels,, especially iv fevers whoro muoh fluid.and but little eolid food is taken. Enough water to quench the tldrst would certainly bo enough, in- most eases to disorder digestion, or, rather, further disordor it', .B&d 6b important is. the.littlo that remains of this, funotion that wo cannot afford to abuso iti Small pioces of ioo hold in tho mouth, und allowed to dissolve, some times ausw.org the purpoao, but not in the majority of ttp to .0 certain point, ttio action of wator taken internally, iv fevers, is exeefteutj' aside from allaying irritution by queiiching thirst.'itflushes' tho kidneys, currying off much of tho (ifl'eto material...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Science. LIGHTING MINES JUNES BY REFLECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

$dtm. - LIGHTING JUNES BY "REFLEC 'TOllS. ' 51b. J. C. Maxwell contributes nn interesting letter to tho Scientific AmerU"n on lighting mines by tho oid of a common lookiug-glass. Ho says:—"An important part of niy work during tho" past two year 3 has beon tho construction of a deep adit level, to servo also as a hose of development of the vein, and a main ohannol of out-carry for ores extracted on higher levels of tho mine, and it has been attended, with serious difficulty and danger ia consequence of the ; existence of inflammable gases in tho rook .through which it passes. Threo' serious '. explosions have occurred during tho past six months, duo to its ignition by workmen using open lights, and elovon persons were very badly burned. Workmen at last reached such a condition of fear of con sequences that they oould not bo induced to tako such chances of death, to earn a living, as work in the tunnel offered. Safety lamps -would not furnish euffloient light. : The question,'then, wa...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SINGLETON GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND THE SINGLETON HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 14 August 1880

THK SINGLETON GRAMMAR SCHOOL AND THE SINGLETON HOSPITAL.   (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.)   I have the honor to remain, Your obedient servant,   SIGMA. Singleton, 9th August, 1880.       Sir, —It is probable the Government may entertain the purchase of the Singleton   Benevolent Asylum ; In that case a building will be required at once for an hospital. In my humble opinion there is a building ready to hand admirably adapted for the purpose, viz., the Singleton Grammar School. These buildings have been designed on a far too extensive scale for a place like Singleton at. present. Probably fifty years hence (At the present snail-like pace of progress) Singleton may have attained a population suficiently large to justify erecting, buildings of such extensive proportions. No doubt the Gram-   mar School started with great flourish of trumpets, and as a novelty took well, but the proprietors I fear must now know to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

In>tie>?ingleton B^,^^ V v*" II i U ,— 0 i 1 /,BAWKINS, y, PENDLETON. WILL Bβ BOLD by the Bailiff at the CODItT HOUSE, SINQLKrON,,on SATURDAY, the Z\et Ihbt , at 12 o'clock noon, unices this execution be prorioaily satisfied— ONE DRA.V \ ! v ONE PLOUGH Dated this 17th day of Adgtost, 1880' 8 *&" C POPPENHAGEN, I BailiS To-night! MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. CONDDCTOB .._ ilB. DONALD M'KAY Musical Direotob /Pbop. J. J. "Wells 1 THK SINQLKTON Philharmonic Society tnnder the auspices of the Committee of the Mechanics' Institute), WILL 01VB A Grand Opening Concert OR THE ~fikst show night TWO NEW CANTATAS (bpecially obtained from London for the 5.V.8., and approropriate to the season), comprising numerous 'talos DneU, and Choruses. "THE DAWN OF SPRING" "THE AH>VENT OF FLORA" The Word* by Standard Authort, the Mveic ftf eminent Competcrt Admission Front Seats, 3s. j Back db, and Gallery, ii Plan ?t Mr. W.i Black, bnm'e. Booking Fco for.TC?ptTed seats, 6d. BST See Programmes lor...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Hot on the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Hot on ; tM:Pr?S8( f" . .. k ,ii -?? '?"?'" 1 <?-!"? '*?:/>'?> ???' ~JXCW-: itulUEeraU."' jj, j, Bibreli., the manager atjhe Gmb?#$ ?*? by ; nytf'& expenmept, Bpbjeoted.'? co$j t \U-lfev:UitU"SCornijaq Ber'aty and timte, (\Sndney moaning Mejald, flkiirdtediit/dney iy?f*j ud other j?]??r>/ M; W?ss?s tieat, iwn?ji'Wteid. filling lHbooal,;' he. ;p!?fe3;:jtK?''"?w?Te^-prbJ. ( wiily it\og- pla^d i bietw&n i 'twb lr ir i oh flitM, ?ntl /esteped .trHh?: f ( iire rr in.- v th?: (Mtreof ihb &C#ere flieyi.re|iiwned intil tiine'H'or anmhjg. the,'xoke. To | iTe.'?? v 'id*tf i 6f' to tbicb they were entjected, the platee, it utyV ;23!QQ. deg. ;F?rlVta/emelt J iron^ lln heit'at ill" liiglie?t |?n v :'innch;-under.:; Q500 , . , :deg;'; : Xotititbitiinairig,' moiil ofthe Ypbndj.tb lie, Mifeetlrii? ;jon : ? each ; ;?e w?s plainly 'readibla—tte" papers SiSieUrainfca, flexi-' llj,andvrith^care be Bfoldetf. , '' fain 'iiiforined' 'Him tn'ey are fci pMked alid...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Temora Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

arrived tomVGMSM** SSH?b?. and info r d~th? ES i??? ho has teken.npA -rf (specimen* fwni^icb.;Me r j i ?iM TnZ- runs north UiwilMS. M&it ,the reef is-as swide f2££iufbrts, should prove a r fortnii?S"tb7^ho> lucky - owner. jSPtb*^ Jttf L WflThew; are £Urs on the grouuf-who;.*eT,e r Uled ? pick or shovel m their .lives, „S bsve taken„up„gr<).?nd„which„iB MTffJfkfi/" to their S!&d7 .-purchMed U i?n7of wjjb jproyfl l6t?bi?.7::^^^''" i^; i^^^ c 5 ?lMi'loDg,:*s new ,aB..?nl?;aiwrt?ned', Vjjriferou^ -i-Mi tyrelUhath?d 30 t ?rt:wnerienc6''hi far i? 1 "?* 6f teniori" : ?"' fof Mitjair his money jp£p7inmmg 6p?*- Sphere ooii tiirn but biiii. of ? the- best'fields' yet"' foa>mt& ; iiwis tbat'if a man hasnpttt cpniuder ,u, ,ntn of money he had better remain my. ' f i ''? ? ??????* ? ? '?? -"- "

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General Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

General of Ne^a- jMtimy'i lelegrait)'" : ?' :At the , iniieeit'\pd\Vltfie;j&cicej r Gteenr"^ s heigh, who was "killed at * : daring the Tramway handicap, a terdkt ; of accidental death' tree returned;'' -^- -, An inqnesV bae bfren Held on the body ', ,pf the iaifMfiV^'aiidy;on;<ih* , "^[ewiojr^i'''' road.. Ayordwt - some "pereohTor ~p?Bops"unk"h{)wn wa.sT* .Teturiwar "^i"?i ; --'i?:.:??" i:i.s;i,i.jii ~-; From private telegramt it ie likely that Sir Hercnte?Tltobineon will ?visit Sydney prior l to' Hie 'departure for ;.:??<'<>?:?'??:;; '..-..! ~ ,;, .; ...-_, The. mau-iof-weir ? eteamor'?Wolverine???' went asbord bnaKoro'fieofj causing fair ii considerable damage; Afteradelny and '?' some difficulty she-was," floated off, and ? ; reached Levuka safely, and'iVnow being-' repaired. .?.?,>??.:.;;.?<?,?;?; y.. ;?;;.-; .-?;..-.-. i;..! .-.;, Mr.; JL Arnold bad < hie collar bonei broken during a football > match again...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Bishop of Newcastle in Sydney. (From the Maitland Mercury.) Sydeny, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

...BiBhop of Newcaatlejii- \ .i.) , ,^8ydney n Mpn4ay,afternoon,. , - jThe Chiniborazo "anchored at 41 quarter" to two o'clo<bk : ' ye'eWrtUy. The Venef ?Bble<Ai^aeMOR:;CWlclr ;i yip^(fti]erja ! of Newcastle,. Mr-i^TiieiJif,, and two Sydney .'i taymeai b*d:gone in L v launch to the.Tessei, and were near ,, wheii ,r she ahclibred; ; They theii' r boarded. her, imnae(!|at?ly,,,aji(i;'lioon, broughtittie iBishop end;: MreivPearionVv airay. The launch was met half way by ajwherry which coijtameathe Biehopsof. ..Sydney witH rniTeeV , ' AH landed safely at the Circular Qoiy* ;and the party then; went to BiBhopeconrt; :<i qTbe tecoptirn day at Newcastle wiU'W finallyfixed to-night." : '' : %;;....';?'' -?? ; - ?-iv.'.Y/i -wiiii Later,'...,? :-> '; The Bishop of Newohetl* haaf.haliyii fixed thd twentyififth "arid 'twehty-Biitaf ;for hie reception and , : inetellattoa ; at Niowcaatle,,,;'., l']';^:'^'^"^.. ;'?; . ?', ] An addresi was presented this after-'...

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The Political Situation in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

The' Political Situation in : Victoria. ETN'ewa:"' " Ir.:> the ConHervativos displny any energy, they are likely to tria a great political victpry on Wednesday. '?? Jt Iβ undorstood that the united Catholic vote ' will bo given for , the Opposition candidates, in consoquonco of an under standing between Sir John O'Shannaesy ami eomo; of tho Conservatives who repudiate tho lead of Afeasre. Sorvice anil Francij on educational matters. Mr. Berry's soat is in grave danger, and if he is returnod,.,it will bo by sneb a small majority that hie authority will be much diminished. .. : .-, , .-,???. Tho Ministerial elections are causing much anxiety to tho Berry party, par ticularly, that at Geelong, where it is much feared that Borry will be defeated by Andrews., The Catholics are work ing; with, grea,t onergy. against all tho ,Ministers opposed... Sir John.O'Shan-< nMsji takes ~ a personal part, and-has.' yfeited eererol of ? tbe s electori^rjind^ : Mr. Vole is a l io Tm waek ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

,; :Cpmmercial Intelligence. . ? SINOLliTON PKICRS OUniiEKfT. ? ? -Tin? nIWO ato wholesale prices, or vyha,t Joftloie would give prodiicere.. . tilngleton,' August 17, 1860. : , , £ e. d. * >s d , MiiifQ new) pc\ bus, 0 2 0 to 0 2 2 Cnpf Hurley „ Q 2 2 , 0 2 4 .'Enijlieh Ilulay ., 9 3 0 „ 0 i 0 Onts , 0 !} 0 „ Q 3 0 Bran .. .., „ Q 0 11 „ 'o 1 U I'oUnnl „ IX 1 0 ?„ 0 1 2 AilolnidcWlii.it „ 0,5 0 i M /0 5 3 Colo'nul Wheat „ O.,a 0, „ >0 4 0 Hour, iiorlon 11 0 0 ,, 12 0 0 l'loiji, Hccon.ls '„ lft' b JO „ 11' 0 0 LiuiniB Hny... „ 3-10 '0 8 3 0 Oitflullfty 2-aOuQ < ,, ,'JJ io 0 Piitntoga JJ fl,' r fl, n .3)0 0 uHiw ir oo i, ie o o Butter .. ,' iici Ib. 0 0 0 J, 0 0 11 CUoqse .,i .i. „. ' 0' 2 Vi 0 0 4 Bacau „ ;0 0 ' 8j/ „> Q Q -t Lard ; „, , 0 ,{)?,!, „ 0 0 1J ?onfey ... . v „ 0 0 3 „ 0 0 3J Eccnwex ....'„ 0 0 4 „ 0 0 0 Col. tobacco, fig „ O 1 5 „ 0 \ H Ditto, leal ... >, O *0 0 „ Q Q a Horeobair ... ., 01Q ? ,, 0, 0 ltt < f£idcn, he?T3... „ 0, 0 21 „ 0...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

,.,/ ; >r : h -?-??LONDON. , ";;! \) '"' ..;', ''i } i v .' : '-'-'--' ! _'??'? ;'?'.'['.'" ' \MondaT; ]';". J! i'JCh'e Standard confirms tlib report that' -Europenn officers'tro :in!Ayoub JChan'jf forcesj ; "But ; 'fyheiberRussians'or EtinH ipeaie'itt Persian feorriceie nnceirtain. '''X' v.,!qorierSl !<! Bk6bo'l6ir 'has" bombarded', &reokei?j>p# inTl'urkietan,' ,"!'' ;: *!,,"."' ?iuCplvigne /QathVdtiUis compliatod. , : \ .'. ;' i^vlV'n I; !etfer' l^rrti6n'; , l by lue Pieaidbht T 6Mlia 'FroncU Chamber ofiJCfopftties't expreiijes : hisj bolipf : tha'fi' a \ , democratici' form' of , GoVernmenf, U ' via be?ti stiited ! ftir' France, aliil, iapet'.'likoTy ito onabw h6r to'rccbVer|tho ; of ; Ale'ade and alep calculated -l<> ;, 't!rencS l^ierb^te,! ;? Niisebn',' the great, ddadi- 1 - '?'./'?'' '' , i .j i ' ',!'! , ' The river'NHe'is Tieing an alarming rato; i Fears of a" great bve>llbff 'are eritertained.' !;, i *"'?'' -.-.??'??'????>'-[?'[ ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS. MESSRS BRUNKER AND WOLFE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

. MARKETS. UEsene. nuiiNKKii wolke's ?evoui\ Tlio Jlurfclvhrogk. Slauy lian been tho juiucipul ntlruoUou of tlio w'ci'k,' and tho oxliihitB ;<>f Btock gvnurnlly. uflord sub atantial proof of tlio uiiparullciod pastoral resources of tho surrounding district. Notwithstanding the severity of tho leason tho exhibits of fat cattle and sheep, were numerous ant] cxcollont, tba fine woollod...ehooj , '? tlle plassos ,wero jumly aduaircd, and ndraiU |?d. by ju<igo< to be U?) lieil o llootion hitherto brought' tbgotlicron; the'Hiinteri.'" ''. ; ... '. '';'. j " ';': ' : i .'. i; . Pet (Jatt'.i.—Our previous rctuarte . ha.Te been , fully confirmed bj the gerwral . improvetnont rioted in Vakce, and pro- Sent proqpvctt.l inUicaW firm n\arket, and the realization of nwro remunerative figures than havo been 'reached for a considerable period.' ; : We>ardod no fat ,cittle her?( ! 'yeeterdeyi'/flnd' jtbe auppljr, throughout thn week has been compara tively, lig...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDENY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

,!,: :SYJ)NEy'iLITE: : STOCK ( MABKEt. r ; ..'ii l '?' n '" i:K > "' ;; /? !; ;; ,, :^Tub ; B daT.;;: : ..The firmei , . l Beef is 188 s Gd. . . ?"?'? !i, ""-'" i "' " "" ?'."? ,0, .' ...: ?; Slieep uhaiteroic!.;' Wethisre, 12sVpd/ ,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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SYDNEY MARKETS. MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

j. SYDNEY MARKETS. ? f.: ' ', ??:?:. ii-'MARKBT llBFonT.'''' " ' ' The '-market: during tbo- 1 wooki linn continued dull, in fact opened oh Monday Worse than tho provioua Treat for tome items.-- : Hay,—Very prime Oatoh truesos and bunillos, 5s 4d to Oβ 10d; medium, in to 14s 6d ; inferior, Ss Sd to 3s Od ; superior Oaten bales—none offering ; go<>d quality, ditto, Is !)d to 5s .'3d; medium, 4s to 4s Gd; inferior, 3s Gd to Us lOii. Oaten and Wlioaton balen, vorydull; best, 4s 6d to la 10d; medium, Its 9d to 4e. Wheaten bundles, Us 0d to .'ss 9d. Whoaton bales, on tho whnives, dull at 9e 9d to as Gd. Luoerno.—Very superior green liny, <is Dd to us. \V"o sold one superior trupk of Bathnrst to-day at 5s 41. Good summer samples, ia 3J to 4s (j>!; r ini-(liuu) and other aorta, 3h to 4s.' TIIO .quotatioue upply to the rail and <m the 1 yfharvos. . ??'? Straw.—Very dull, bali-s, 2s 3d to 2s (Id; bundles, i>B Od to 2a 9d. :Gbaff.-; — Bust description...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TELEGRAMS. THROUGH Greville's Telegram CO. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

TELEGRAMS- fTlIBOUOU QbEVILLB'8 TBbEQBAM Co.1 SYDNEY. Treedny. Ned Kkixt's trial Is likely to take plaoo. at Melbourn^op,October rlSlhi;; ?,.,;;,;;,;; : Mr. R; Al^rbctpr''e..firet r 4pcturc Iivorcd in the School of Arts last;niglit Was a great success.-. The, Hall waa 'crpwded,"and many persons.were >nnaple,? to obtain admi8flieR,_!^?'._ : ,,,, 7 ?, ? The Bishop fitSjdn$f r mi a..number, of oTergyiyesterdayj planted an address , of welcome to I)r.- t Pearapu,,.the...ijew -;' :'^'X:^ ; inhabitarite ire jiayidg half-?-crown for it'. TadkB]ar^ r 'were ihipped by etearqer 'yeeter'day,,fi(fad, kith fresh water,,' tho ; ea!? "of jwhich' at wj.ll, f?oVer t^o r -,freight i tanks.'',',. J" .,','. '';iuv i;:; ?,-,?. i!.:if. '<??? i :; : It io rnm'oprcd, that Sir Geo. Innos, ; tho/now' MinieJ.er. foe Justiee, .wjll oppo$e, Mri' D. J Bdchanan .for Mudgco.,; ; Mjr. ? Alfred Alien, the Temperance and genera) lettarer, wiU also coutost thp electorate,; ' the engioer driver who was in...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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WILKINSON, GRAVES, MINCHIN AND LAVENDER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

WILKINBOS, ;OHA.YE8, MISCMltr ANt) : LAVKNUKU'S HKI'OKT. . i Fnt Cnttlo.;—A totnl of 1470'p'ttsisej, , { tlio hummer .this week. Tl?e ttadaivrfte.., bnri , , biililiiige were brisk, ? mid price* ,l udvancjd 10fl to liis per hoad. Qiiote?,j tjons :—Ucst bullocks, ; . £(i ' lOa ,^U>'. :{ £7 5s ; extra, to £7 13s; bpet.coffSjr , £5 to £5 I Oh ; oxtrn,- to £5 17s; nicdiuin ami inferior quality Uullocks and , cows at iiruporLionato rates; J'i|. 1 ... ''.?!!'.v^ i Fat CaWee.—Only 80 .calvei'J werejii ppu.iK'd this.week, which 1 were -.eagerly-'.' sought after at advanced priPesi'- , ' Be*t' in njadiy £2 to ,£2, (is jniediiim, to £1 15a'; iuleribr, lOs.to I5?.'jj.. ;i ,.; ??; ! Fat Sheep.—A total of 9362.was-thai ?? week's supply, aud -prices : irnpftyed^ 1 about ii 1 |ier lioad. Best wethers in iimde, 12s to 12e i(jd; ..; niedium, ite Oil to. 10s tJtl:-. '? ? ???! ., .-???& I Fat Liunbs.—850 forward thie' wrtfc;'';' which sold at lust weok's rates. Store Cattle.—We have,,at"''p...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australians at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

i'! ?-? Ti\eJJLiiBix&Xi$nBai Home- The the: Australian- Criddeter" ie ' fat, gr^ftterLthan ? many are' disposed:to "iflnjiiji..". Ifo.r ,inetan<Je;-j? M of. iindliidbdr iii ite-'janks-. dkrqn, qf. thoibesti merlin, uEngldhd,. and< iW\ following,.tetrad't 'Jtom<s Lahd and itpdtenimWAywej an idea of the strength 'of til?,N;ort{iampton,eighteenti iifeiie'as ;foll(j)we7T:i!Th,o;pecr?t?ryi ofilhdl Nortti 'atnpton.Ciqb must; bavu\a very >elestio county, idoing' 'for whottxheiiiad'aeVeln stich ifirst-fllaes ? ; \V. ! JJ,, iGilb.ortvjifilOuoe?terehiroit-u: Emmett,, M. ; RUey ;;!Yorteshire-miipp,' Humphrey, .Potter, Ohelwould Buroly. think .that, this teaui wasi strong Enough to beat,anyleleven, and tocrowp , all, ty. G. Grace also. wiehe,d' tqi.tnake ,one of tho team, but as he, wanted.,too much money'hie services .were declined,. This strong eighteen the' Australiane' defeated by eight' wicketis,. aftiir scoring 86 each' in ' the 'first''iuninige...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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