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Murrurundi Police Court. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. L. SUCKLING, J.P.) AFFILIATION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Murrurundi Police Court. , TUESDAY, AUaUST IOih, 1890. (Beforo Mr. J. L. Suokmno, J.P.) AFFILIATION CASK. Robert Gray, of Wee Wna, was enm raoned by Adii Bakor to support his illcgitiinato child. . Mr. J. P. Abbott for complniuant. Tho Bench made an order for 12s. per week : for ,twolvo ? montlie, with (Jβ. od. Costs of court,, and 21s. pro fosaional coats. . ? The bonds, in ' a provions caso were requested to bo. estreated. ? . BABATELIiE LIOENBE. ?An application from Mr. W. Brook, of tho Oommercial Hotel, Murrurnndi, for a bagatelle liconao, wus granted.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Murrurundi. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 18 August 1880

Murrurundi. ., (From the Times.) . ?' The WeXthbb.—During tlie week we Iirvo experienced intensly cold weather. Sleety cold wir.dOf and lii'st, have mndethe firceiile n welconip coniDnmon. Thnradhv nnd Friday were ninre penial. Ham Iβ rimoh wanted in nnd arcuml'Mnrrurundi to to fill , the watertiolcp and freshen the grass. The stock in this neiulil>otirbm>d in tlv- j)onrii.e?? of their condition boar unini?taknble evi (leiioe of tV.e Hfvcrity of tlm Keuson. ' Muuni.'iiDNrii HofipiTAL.— Purine the the pant wfiek one pat ion t was admitted'into, the , Hospilnl, one discharged, nnd one remains ''Iβ. O. MotHAM.—In our Iqkl issn? we etatej that the uhorenamed pentlnnsnn had received iiifstructioiiH to proceed to Eapt i'aitland to tnit? ch?r(re of the rnilway Btation there. We have now much plcasinc in infmminp; our rcnitors thnt Mr. Mnxbaiu la not Roing to leave, but "ill ret:iin his position litre an sfatiorl mntUer and thia an unuiiccintnt wo feel a?miri;d will be plailly reciiiv...

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Agriculture. HOW TO BUY A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

- HOW TO BUY A HOKSE. —J{twal iViiifl Yorker. Looit at him standing quietly in his atablo, to seo bo haa' no trick liHu that of putting ono Jiiud foot over thu other. In doing this ho oflou outB tho.foro-purt of his hiud foot with tho .sharp caulka of hia shoo, tliua making him lamo purhapafor moutba When brought out, do not allow him to bo joukiod iu bis pace*. Taku your stand ou ono aide of thu rotiu, and let him walk naturally aud quietly by; then turn aud walk by,, ahowiug hia other aide. Now stand behind, aud havo him walk off iu front of you and from you; then turn and walk towards you. 'Observe if bo gees freely and euuily, and plants his hind feet in thu tracks ot hie fore feet. Next, havo him trotted by you, und buck aud forth, watching hia aotiou cloaely. Now look at his eyos and mako a motion with your hand towurda thorn, iia if you in tend toutrike. If ho winks quiokly, or draws thu head back, tho vision may be depouded ou generally as good, aud no blindness in him. Tho ...

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DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS. CHAPTER XXXIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAB, . <? :— CHAPTER XXXIII.— {Continued.) BY GROSVENOR BTTNSTER, Author of "ITarli Fetion," " Mβ JTtni Who JFaiti," " Abel JSradkg," fc, #e. " Mr flrafc mother, bo far ae caro and tendorneaa within my recollection Iβ con corned. Dear Martha! wo will go togo'.her, mother, and eeo her. But pfo on." "We found out oil theao mattern," proceeded the lady, " after a (jreat deal of trouble, nnd eomo expen?o. Tho faut in, your grandfather is co quiok-tetnpored and excitable, that ho raihor impeded our inquiries than facilitated thorn. Bur, however, wo did find out that you had rim awny, and although wo offered rewards of various Bunas for any intelligence concern, ing you, it was ia vain. It w.ie not until your Wi'liiomo lotter, bearing most eingular news with it, nil unknown to you—it was not until our lawyers rocnivod thifl lettor, that wo found a trace. Then a despatch wig instantly sont, and, as you know, with my letter." "Ay—if it had not bee...

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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER III. THE MONK' S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

'fjfofrdwi. THE pNTED GRANGE OHAPTEB III. ' TIIK MONK 8 WABNINO. Bt"E..A. O.f ' Tee day'or the wedding bad been urged on hty Major Vernon and EoBtaoeWilloughby, ltdil was now fixed for the.first week in Ouember. Culbbert Vernon had been /oj ume time fast stationed- at Dover. Eβ was itatruant in tho Royal Artillery, apd one. ol Herbert St.John's greatest friends. His liilei'i engagement hail therefore greatly fluted him, for, amongst all Isabel's numerous iduirere, there wua not one whom he oon-j liJtied eqaal to his iuturj When Edaiaoe Willonghby began to vieit so lnqoeollj at the Hull, Cattibert lomonetratecj fituhii sieier, but met with suoh a baret of -indignant.denial, that he was fain to let the Biucneit. Hβ shortly after obtained leavuj id did not return till Dear: .the end ol Katember, when, to his amazemeut, he found tii lamily engrossed -in preparations for Inbei'd marriage with Eastaoe Willoaghhy, lihi ia do measured terms that the young offiaer expressed bid diegnstat tho...

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Poetry. BETWEEN JOY AND SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

w$§- . BETWEEN JOY 'AND SORJROW. -PM'ip Bowie Marston in the Athcrueum. BrrwEKV joy and Borrow, ?'"' . 4s twixt day and morrow,' . ? Iliiy for aspacej' wi ?-'??' . ?'? :. ina I heard.-BO lying, ? : jlyold Grief eigoini?, .??-?- , '?? prom berfarriil place.- ' ?? ii^^'^iiou artovetj :...?;?; :'v ; . And where''dreams hover' Tliou hoverest now; ''. ?'?'?'??? In thelaud ofc thy dwelling ?'?' ' IVhiit waters ftro-tvollmg,"; -' And blossoms what bough? ? '. ??? Old tears arc its: rivere, "- ?? ?-.?? ?-'? ?? ;? V ' Tho wind that there quivers . '? la breath of old. eighs; , ..V TVrcck-Btrevra aTe the shores there, Aiidjinn?ct endures there .? ..';:'- : Throagliinflaito ekies.' . : ???'"' ? Butall there is quiet;' . ?-...? ? There no w'ayo makes riot ? ? ? On the waif-eumbored: coasts, . . \VhiTO tkou m(H'UBt banished,. Batndfc.qiiitevanishod—; i;; ;? : ' A ghost among ghnste." '' .??? ? -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

MUSIC MUSIC- MUSiC FANCY bTATIONEBV, HCIUP AND POBTUAIT ALBUMS l'UK?t>, CAHU CAiJEtt. WHITING UEbKb, &c. hONGb, I'lecCH, UanCo Muelc—nil the newest pieces received cacti mail, LITOLtV.S cditiou of Hubcnetem, Hnfl, Kchu'mani), and other classical composers. Tbe "Orient" Waltztb,—(tlirllliatit ect, 2e. \ BAND MUSIC. v I All the moat popular Journals "received cvciy montb. SubsoriptiQDS may cdtntnenco nl an; tune. ' i Tbcorcticnl Wurkt, lutots, Kxarciecs and fitudic?—'Vociil and Inetramervial in great vnricty, Canlatas nrtii I'rtrt 3Xqnc4-61l the choicest, aiid neweet items constantly re ceived. Levy's Cornet bolos with Piano accompaniment. Violin bolo?, with Piano accompaniment. Stnug Tnof, and Quartettes by all the Great Musters. Catalogues qu application, ?WILLIAM BULLAKD, . . ? i 312. George btnjct, Sydney. EPPS'S CpppA^ BREAKFAST. BY a thorough knowledge of the 'natural I laws which govern the opeintions ol digestion and nutrition and by a careful application of tho due...

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A Young Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

A Young Gentleman. I " I beg your pnrdon, "aud with a emilo and a touch ol bis hat Harry Edtnond handed to nn old man ngaiust whom ho accidentally eiunibied, the cauo which ho had liuocked from his hand. " 1 hope I did not hurt you. Wo were playing tuo roughly.?" "Not a bit?" said tho old man, cheerily. " boyd w 11 bo briye and its best ihey eliould bo. Yi.u didn't hurui iuu. ' " 1 uin glad to hour it;" and liUiut; hiu hut ugaiu, iiarry turned io join liiti pl&ymmes with whom ho hud beeu trol.-uking at the time of iho accident. " Wjiftt do you raiso ymir hat to that old fellow .' or V asked, hie coiu pnmo."; Charles Grey. "J? 0 ' 8 W Gi ' ee lUg huckuter." " Ihat uittkea no difference," said Harry; " The question ia uot whether ho c a gentleman, but whether I am ono {"

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The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1880. England's Greatest Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

::W-H\\e glMUlvn j <. , i ,, —— ? BA.TUUDAY, AEOUM 21, 1880. ? ? ,. IV " f Kngland's ?rent?Ht Problem '?'Thb decieiyo oncl very proper nction 'taken, by the lloiito ofJiOnliin rejecting ., tho bill reenntly iniroduoed for th<' Ttipurpoee of reforming tho Land Laws of >'. Ireland; is haying v (signal, 'effxl on n ?*' eoction,;of ; tlib Irish people. <;Tho news received-from tho;Unhuppy country ifavhere> ; faminee, faction agitations, sjKFe'ni'ariieip;iind riot", BOfim to "be part of * <; i?^fpettial:. i ",progrnui!no .of ?proceed : inge,*' 'te" oF.a dieqnii-ting if not an , , alorming , . choriioter. The "wrongn of ?"'lreland" has been for rpnuy yours n ?,houaehbld phrase wliorcvcr the English is spbkon. Careful readers of ennnot he ignorant of ,i,jtU^Oβteueibja cause of the disquietude jViWieltog On-' the western eido of the Mrwh ? Channel. " Ttio Outted King dom" is liot a lovod title in the cetitnn fiftjpp^f;:a'[largo eection of th...

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The Bishop of Newcastle in Sydney. (From the. Herald of Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

The Bishop of Ntwcastl? in : Bydney, (.Fro'mthe.Eerald of Tuesday.y \ ;'' The ailiirese of ?be biabop anU clergy of the ilioct-ee <f Bydtiry, to tbo Biblipj-; of iSewceatlf, Jseiv, buutU w?b priemtdl on AJonday afieruoou, iu -tin pneenco of a numuur of la/iies oiid geiitU'iueii, at tho : Churcl' bodety'b bouno, i'lii.li(i etri-ut. . .. Tin- Bib> op tf Bydney,- in presenting the addr<B?, gavu & beurty VkK;. mo , iv the liialiup of N< wcastle, in the numo ol thi- clergy uud laity ol 'tlie' diocu?u ol' Byoni y, and the Biohi.ps and dioceses of Gonlbi.ru and B.ahuUt. llw Bishop by leading.ihe addnns, wliici , boio tlxi Miguaturvs Ot ucariy all . On clergy of ihe aiocriie, and wus ns iol luH? :—" Wo, tbe undersign-d, bishops and clergy of the iiioceee of Sydney, are glad to avail ourselves or' tiiia oppor tunity <i off.-riuj, you our hearty Welcome and congratulutions upun your 'sale arrival auiongul us on your way to your dioc SB. W...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

rWitf? v> Jjdoal l\iews, etc. ? Ouii roporte of. Uio. KucccBdful cutcrtntn-, ijncntB of tho S. P. B. mid S. A. U. C,on the 1 ' SbownightB, aro "orowilod out," na are nlso tbo Police Uourt rojiort and several otbor ytopQtfant items, . , ? ? '4.V Suit John RouEwrsoN', who, during his 'stay in town has been tho KW-'Kt of Mr. ' jGeOVgo Jjbder.'vieited tlio Public Kohoi.l yos. 'terday morning, and generally inspected tho ?itandue appurionancos of thateetaMiehroont. '?After Mtpven?ing hie pleasure with nil ho SaWi'ho grautciia holiday (or Iho rouriimlor of tho day to 'be echoUrx, who in return .fcca/tily ohcured the lenerablo etateeuinn, ?WflMi , BEAD hid th& ? niisfortnno to be thrown by a. buokjnm|iii)g horco oh Tuufeday ?eic?iOft but beyond a. few slight BCratcbn* ?mi a bruitto or two, bo e*cnped injury Yefltcr-iuoruii'g Dr. fluid wan attending to ' .hi* pAlieota aa ueual. So miicli for ihn pnru graph inn couiwniporiuy, r?j>6iling him to .'fiaro'boeU 4l seriouely Injured,...

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European Cabegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

European Cabegrams- the Sydney J'ajieri. , ) . J fjondoii, Angmt 10. The agitation for land reform in ,,,-Inland i? iweiiuiing a serious aspect in I'- , Scotland an w<11 iih Ireland, aii'l m ' < ! causing r<lnBi<Wnble unousincm tbrough- out the United Kingdom. '1 ho gatlior " 'ing of30,000 Ilcmo Kul re that took. 4 placo in Glasgow rculted in n collision with tlio police authorities. Tlie molt woro ordorod to dif.perfe, but they (!o fied llio ) of the pulirn end. broke out into opoii riot, during which the crowd uttued threats arid crie* of I for the Iriflb" and " Down ?!{f*wth''lhd landlords." In the conflict that'took placo, tho police were severely tneltfoated, eivt-rnl of them were , ' 4 'severely injured, but no deaths uro ' * reported. A for? arrests were effected, f> but several riotcre who had been taken by the police wcro roerued by their ? ?friends. ,' , J , Information has been received of , ? eerioos disturbances in various ...

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SINGLETON SHOW. (Continued from First Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

SINQUT0N~SH3W. ?'^(CbnilMiiaed^jSI" , ' ? Mrst [Page.). ' W llcretord' OjsV uot C jcara. BIT. Leitlar,-Bailey.' Only e.tW'M. Ox, not vxfciiding 5 yoU!"' A, ?Aj!J3ftOtJn.''i -J jeare. Duly untry , ;;6l px'.auj breed. A. K. johustou; A. A. ,Daugar, 2nd. 16 cntrba ? ; 03 <3teer, any bleed, uiulor JJ year*. A. E. Johnston j Samuel .Partridge,, no* ond. 6 eutries ... . . ' "?" 03 t'eu of Five Uullocke, ary hreo,|, not exceeding 0 yeam old,, broil uiid"iaitehod by tao. exhibitor,. jE2.| sucond, ver.tiQCftti'. l>. F.M'Kay; George, Li>ier, L'nd, 4 emriea ,8i Jgarha'tn. Cfotv*;not exoeodtaj} 6 yeara. <#?.#? *M|Vi' .lttMU)'s?dt '?' 7 ??trlM' ?', '.'5 Ucrefor.l Cow, not U. Lo<ler, let and 2d(l ; 96 No entry /f'S * ' ; . * 9J\Coyr?,nttj broctl. A. A. Dnagar, roan, BhdminUm ; JohnViuon, 2ud., 0 ? untriei i .-'. ... .?'??/. ,-?::''-' ?'' ? ;'"??"! PAT BHBBI'. , :' ????,<'' .,-;;."'!.. '?S KiWt I'rizci £1 ; second; Ccrtiacatc. ,08 Fiye FiDd-woolM.:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

SA ' I"k f\> '.ALL AQQOUJm ?£* > JLr ? \J m against the abori muet be sont in by MONDAY. W. J. ANDERSON, ' ' lIOQ,' See, Munro Testimonial Committee- A MEETING of the above will be held at the COUNCIL CHAMBKUS (Odd fellows' Hell) on MONDAY FIRST, tho23rd met., at S o'clock, p.m. JAMES WEIGHT, Acting Seclrctary. NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. I A LL ACCOUNTH against tho Northern J\. Agricultural Association in connection with the late PHOW, must be rendered to the SHORE IABY by 6 o'clock thm SATUR DAY EVENING. 0. POPPENHAOENi Secretary. O^XJTION". WHEREAS certain Persons nre allowing bTOCK TO TRESPASS on the land occupied by mc at RIX'S CHEEK, at night, and removing them early in the morning. I hereby caution all partict lagamst trespassing thereon, or interfering ?with stock in any way. Any ono canght thereon will be proaecutod without respect to persons. HENRY BAILEY, United Lodge of St- Andrew. NO. 502, 5.0., KINGLETON. "DEfcrULAR MONTHLY MEETING, Li WEDNESDAY EVENING, a...

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FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

FINE ARTS. I Jndgos: E, 33owtnnn, A. J. Gould, J, Elliott, and C. Stylei!. Bub-section A.—Open to alvcoiirus. 22'J Oil Paiutiog by cxhlnitor, £'i 3s. Miss Mi D, Martin, Tho.tJudgegong, near Sydney i 10 entries. " Tho whole of tho ex hiblte in this class display groit inurit" 230 Two or more oil pointings, tho property of exhibitor, XI If. J. N. Brooke, G'bolseu Pensioner's hcnd ; 3 entries, 2SI Original Wnter-color painting by exhibitor, X 3 ; 2nd, JJ2, offered by Mr D. F. MiK'iy. 0. T. UharaborK, TiioYulley of the Orose; Geo. Browne, Sunset on tho Hunter, 2ud ; Beatrice 231 Two or more water-color Paint, ings, the property of exhibitor, XI Iβ. G. T. Clumbers, collection of eight water-color drawings j two entries. 233 Three or more elccl cngraviuga, pro perty of exhibitor," £1 Is. James P. Quinn, 3 atei>l uogruvlugg j 2 outrioa 234 Ko entry 235 Fiiur or more oleographs, the property of exhibitor, Al Js, Jnmea P. Quinn, 4 oleo jr;pb?r "???? 236 Twenty Photographs of Australian Vi...

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BOMBAY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

bombay. ?:.;;; ;i ' ., _;.,.'? ,' ; Thursday. M It is reported that nn attempt has, Wnmado by Ayoub Khan to storm jfcho position occupied by the Britisli nt Can dahnr, 1 His efforts are said to have keen directed to the capture of Shikapur gate and the south; Hide of the city. The firing maintained from early morn iog until nightfall,' brit without, effect, t Generals Burrowes and. Primrose .. sue . cejsfallj repulsing all attackfl. The ?? British loss ie believed to have been. trifling,. The foregoing reports are from , natwe sources, and are not yet confirmed.. ? Extremely stormy weather has been ; wperiencod throughout Prussia. Many 1 ? Hoods have occurred, doing mocli damage to crops in many instances, and have utterly destroyed 'some. No' lives have. ; ?en lost, although there has been great wffering. ... . . - , In the match, Australians versus' eighteen of Scarborough, the. latter in weir first innings made a hundred and ferenty. The Australians had seven out for thirty-throe...

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THE SINGLETON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

The long-expected Singleton. Bhow oM880'is"nofr one p 1 the things thaiwero;; Tlie>new pavilions with , , ?Hβ ?'. miultipuea aecornuons, iih j brilliant 'appearance, and its art-hried. ; walls of Wodnesady'ahd Thursday) tore- , eenls to the eye of Tthe beholder little' , more than four bare walls and a)few' heaps of debris. -The Show ground, witb/Hs we&filletf'horse boxes, cdttle' stalls, and sheepjpens, has .to-day a very 'difii-ro'nt appfle i rancc ) .aiid,,]i,ttle elso ,but rabbisli ]ie'ap?:an,<l ihrpjjen bottles remain ;i |otellpf |bwsJay:e.paE|iiral.:.; ; . | \Vediiesflay. dawned full of, .pronto ; '% pother pjerk was.lqfld., and the enn ihone forth a, wclporao [ tp Hie visitors. The scene, on; Jtho: grpund from early morn to one. of- excitement.; at. thejr .pobts, j ft nd all cjiergptipally worjcing to prepare j {he -why for ihq judgps. Whijst j TOE going forward' wp availed ouiboljvos of the oppdrtnnlty for .an'inepoctipn. FollovringthC' order of/.thecat...

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Original Poetry. The Late Dr. Glennie. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

,!.. - ; The Late Dr- Glennie- ?'??? ,;,1 ' J v '. 1 . '';;??!; yriBci/ujs.: . '? August 19,1380. ?,' . \[ ; ... , "?',',' i ,..; An from! the head nobair,nnconnte<] fajls, Aβ from a cause each, sure result precede, Sola the plimtis of onr liven ,therc .cofflca . , urito'viRitnrit li) help our ndods. : 'rinneJlionalie every stop Wtakc, 4 _j ;' Xikc the foig'd links P.f an ; uncounted chain j And frbihVunconsciousness.wc on!.- vaka... Vtt.cn present, pain. Pein'is tW yehiole of eobor thought, ! ;- ! The uneasy isthmus o£ a twofold life,;..; tho unsulfpnV ?tiw ease,:,,;., ?i.Hi?.BoUlie , inaae'puls9ant mnidat strife.. (. : Gentle was Glennio,. bindiy to tho poor';; ?' No noWcr epitaph njay poeta wtfte. : .:??? Life's best adonjtnpnt ie what we may do, .... ? For that was his dqhght RBTerentbe the honde that touch his bi'pr, Who was so revprent of living dust;; ; ' ~,. j ? {.-; In harness ever, and unsoUM bj rusl. - ; . ? , ;.. ~[!<),.?: ?"„. . ??.-.'??? ??????? (...

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SHEEP. FINE WOOLLED. (Judges: Messrs. H. H. Kelly and E. Martim.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

i S H.E'fl-p-.-- .??? HNE-WOOMiKD; ? ?' ?!.??!(? , ??.! ' ?' (Judges V JInw?.-JI. ll.juUf ?nd K ittXtln.) . Tlicilt?t prize iv cnch class Is aMlTerMed* ' ??? ' ? and the eccondn certificate.'?'?'' GO Clothio? wool ltnra, eix-tooth or rirer, silver cup, value &l Uβ; 2nd,.c?rtifle*t?— ars?. O. I. Bowniiin ; G. L. Ltthbiidge, 6 cntrif? ' " '"'' ' . " 61 Three Clothiniewool 'mi& 02 Three Shearling- Clolhingiwool Bime —Alex. Bovrmiui, only entry , ??.?????>.;.? -..-?, (13 Clothing-wool ewe, eix-tooth and OW —No nwnrd ,: ' ''.. Gl Or. No entry ? ??" :; ? : - '?'?'? ' :: : 66 Combing-wool Hava, siX'looth'Ot 'Ofer, —I'eel llivcr Land and Jlanernl 00.,.11t and 2nd. G entries ~.,.,,( 07 Tliree Combing Wool lUihe, fonr-topth Nonward ' ? " ? '?? : ; ??'?'_ . 08 'i'hrco Shcnrllng Comhing'Weol -Bmbi ,O."i?. I-cthbridge, Ist end 2nd . ?< .? GO; Combtng-wool Ewo, alx-tooth or PT.er— Tcel Hivcr linnd and j>lUicral Co. Ut Knd 'lii A.' 5 entries ' " ': ' ' 70 Tliree Co...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSES. BLOOD STOCK. (Judges: Messrs. H. J. Adams, Jas. F. Doyle, Jue-Sales, R. Wyndham, and R. Waddy.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

H O B,S K 8, ' -? ??:?.-. ? ? BLOOD BTOCK. : \ , ; ?;; (Judgra: ileun. H. J. Adome,.J?s. F. Jno ..',; i B?]m,K. Wyndhatn, nhd'U. WmWy,) ,r 1 Stallion,eilvercup, valuo3 Ruinona ; 2nd certificate—Alexander Bowman, Sunlight; J. Y. Junor, The Bard, 2nd ; Bichard Jurd, Rataplan, commended. '? 10 entries ! 2 Htallion, 2 years old, Silver Modal; 2nd cetUfica,te.--2 entries. ' Jadgts' rcbarlu j Not worthy of a pnio ???? ?? ?- ?'-?? ????.' l -- 3. Yearling Stallion, silver medalj; ~2a<l ccrUDoate.—H. U. White,. Faust ; }V. A. Dnmaresq, Erobne, * 2nd ;' Alex Bowman," ? ??. .commended. 11 entries j :?-. . ? .4.. Maro, silver medal, 2nd certifioatjo.—H. F. McKay, eh mare; Andrew Loder, The Novice, by Yelverton, 2nd; Alex. , Bojvman, Ends, commended. Ten entries j '5. Filly,, two years old, silver medaljj 2nd certificate., No award ? '?? j ; ? I Ycarlhi? Filly, silver medel j 2nd certifi cate.—>B. Richards, Polly ' John ;' Andrew Loder, Genevieve, 2od; A. lioder, Wstor Constance, c...

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