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

LONDON. Thnrsday. It is thought that many Irish Americans have arrived in Ireland. The officials attach ranch lees impor- ( tanco to Fcnianism than anti-rent agita- tion. ' . l ..'.\ The Right Hon. W. E. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, left England sud denly to-day for Ireland to confer .-with: the authorities there on the condition of the country, and to inquire whether,' State affairs are so eorious ns to call for measures of coercion for the main tenance of public order. - '???''???. Tho Sultan of Turkey has suddenly diBinisBod Hadiz Pasha, his Minister of Police. The motive for. this has ? not jot.transpired. ??':' ' . ? ??? - ; TLe Employers' Liability Bill,intro duced by Government in ; the Hbuse;of Commons rendering employere. liable, under certain conditions, for injuries sustained by employees'-through'the negligence of their fellow-workmenj, has passed both Houses of Parliament, j ? The announcement of tho prorogation of Parliament dnring the . week proved to be prem...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MABKET. The cattle market is down from 10s to 15s. Beef worthies to 17s. The sheep market is fully supplied, and prices are lower. Wethers are Ttoith 12s. . <? "

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Provisional Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

Provisional Schools- .." John Robertson, The following regulations for Provisional schools under the Pnblio Instruction Act of 1880 aro published in a supplement to the Government Gazette:-— ' ? " The following'regulations hare been beenmado by his Excellency the Governor with the advice of the Executive Council, in accordance with the 37th section of that Act; and 1 in substitution of' regula tion No. lof 4th May, 1880. ? "1. Application for.the establishment of a Provisional soliobl must bo made in the form contained in ; the schedulo, ap ponded hereto. .' "2. A provisional < Bchool niay be established in any locality where. not less, than twelve but not more, than nineteen children between the ages of six and: fourteen years can regularly attend, such school; provided that no provisional school shall, be established within four miles, by the .'nearest road practicable for children, of any existing Public, Provisional or Half-rtime school, "3. The' necessary school ? bu...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

Official Correspondencer* I have the honor to be, Sir Your most obedient Servant JOHN RAE,' ToW.C.BROWN.E.'EstM.r 7 ' Sydney. I have the honor to be, Sir,': ,?;??? i ,Your most obedient Soryoht ' , ?: > .. JOHN KAE, ' ? ' '-.-'? . ??? ??? -???? UnderSecrotarr To W, G. BROWNE, Esq.,M.P. . i-i:- Sydney. , . . ??! ???:?: .-?.: -.-. . Wβ have received from Mr w n Brown M.L.A., the following for publication— ' 6 Mr ? Department of Public Works .- Roads under Trastcee, Sydney Cth August 18 80 bir.~l.aiji. directed to inform W that ni accordance withyourrecoT menda' tion of the-sth instant, the Secret^ for Public Works has approved ippomttnentof Messrs. Gharlcs-Dnrham and : lJennr;RoDrko^ a ?;Trastcc 8 f O J expenditure of the sum of nlone JJ for repair of. road : fromf Ham Nort? Road near Munnimbar. Brook, JJ Warkworlh to Jerry's [; Plainfi'.11.1 pmanpe and .Trade; has; boe n ; reqnostcd to cause.the money to be placed to £ credit of those parties, in .the Bank of New South Wales, Bcbo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

. SYDNEY. ' f ' ! .' - Friday. Is the Insolvency Conrf, yesterday, further evidence in the Shepherd irereue Dibi)8 case was taken, and the case was adjourned nntil Tuesday. :?? S;g)r?!; Hercnles Robinson telegraphed tOi Sir'Henry Parkes,. yesterday,, that, ine has-decided to visit'Sydney,.'and will arrive about the 12th;of September in order to bid old friends farewell before his departure', by;, the John Elder on the I4th. ; -" : '\: V .,;.,"-? vftv-^. Henrict Neilspn, known as the W ild Man of Tallarook, has been sentenced ta six months' iniprieonment ~ by the Victorion bench, A complimentary .banquet given to Biehdp of '??Newcastle" yrsternigij i was well attended; Sir Henry Parkes made a long speech,~ bat' did jiofcl touch educational queetion. , . .. ? .' ? .-.? ? ?:' .';::?;??;.''. '.;?,''?? Later. ? Satiefactpry ? news is.. being..receired from the new rnsh* g One/party from . Lower Ternora" secured^a:hundred and eix ounces/ui .ofjthie ono piecejweighed eixty-6oven.'qnnc$8,;4...

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

JUiP" Accounts. OTHEUh '? A" , OhCiJ Mori*, rc (S'5?'iV.-. winded thaiaajsBy 'of the accounts giWwJ?ent in al ihW Kj-mnlnj: of the ??f STILL KEMAIN UNPAID, while Borue are MANY MONTHS An NEWbl'APKKb rrrr-CANNOT'LIVBON AIR,a prompt g : ?;.'. ; eeliJhrafnj; of; ell uccoiintn u V . qu'oeted, £?;:<???? August 20, 1880. Holloway's Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of tho most formidable and ohronic characters have been oured by Holloway's remedies. Ulcerations which have , proved themselves incurable by any other known nioiiD? have healed kindly under tho purify, ing and regenerating influence of this excel lent Ointment. Sprains, stiff joints, con tracted muscJc?, and'glandular swellings can bo most safely and effectually healed by Holloway's Ointment iuul Pills, which can do no barm under any circumstances. Neither of theao medicaments has anything deleterious in its composition; both aro essentially purifying and strengthening in their nature. The combined power of these coblo ...

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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c. (Judges: Messrs. John Mitchell, W.D. Ritohio, W. Burnett, John Kennedy.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

; ''AGRICULTURAL IMt'LBMENTslic,. (JndgM: M?s?rs. Mitchell, W.D. Mtohie, W. ?i ? ? >'? ??''?'? llunictt, Johu Kennedy.) : 301 Plough, any maker, silver medal. E. P. Capper and Sons ; Murk Winter, highly comir.endoci. 5 cntiics .302 Lierlit Land Plough, silver medal. E. : P. Capper nod Sons; Mark Winter, highly commended, l> entries"' , ;il)3 Heavy Land Plough, silver medal. Maik Wiuter ;B. 1 , . Capper and Sons, highly commended, v entrins , 304 Light Oho horse i'lough, for vineyards, silver nicdnl, Arthur Houston ; E. P. Cap per nud Sons, highly commended. 7 entries :jOS Harrow, colonial-made, . £1. E. P. Capper and Sons; Jlark Winter, highly commended, Gentries ??',"''." 30fi Pair of Swiuglotreee, XI. Ifark Winter; H. M'Fadden, highly commended. 7 entries , ? ' ;:? ' , .'.,.??? 307 Scarifier or Scufllor, jfl.E.-P., Capper and Sons ; Mark Winter, highly couirnended. 6 entries <. ... . ; 308 No entry ??'?'? "'?'' ?''? " ''? :, ? " 300 Com Wiellor, £1. JohirHobso'n,-...

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MISCELLANEOUS PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

JOSCELi-ANEOirS PRIZEa- Mann/iictvrfls, and MateriaU made in* the .! Colony of Neiv ioutk Vfaies, .and pre 1 paredhg the -exhibitor, unless otherwise ? ?';?'?? upeaijiefi. '' ' ? ..." ?'''."?.; " - liUn-SECTION. A. 250 No entry 251 Six Fleeces Combing Wool, uneklrled, in groabo, silver medal. Andrew Loder, wx lambs fleecob 2G2, 253 No entry SUB-SECTION B. 'Ju Igti—Mtnirs F W Ttirom, P Logan, nnd O Donald ) 251 Wheuton Flour, the produce of wheat qrowu in the Northern districts, £1. Francis Crago, Ist aud 2nd. 7 eutneu 2GB Corn Flour, Jbl, John Wade and Co. Only entry 256 White Mai7omenl, £1. K. B. Saw kine., 2.entries '267 Yellow Maincmeal,. £1. .Francis Crago. 2 entries 258 Common Soap, silver medal. Sydney {Soap.Company,:Newcastle; > Only entry 259 Common Candles, ~£l. Sydney Soap Company, ilewcantle Only entry 260,261, 262,263, No entry 264 S Dozen Heads Broom Millet, Ss. Elizabeth Aitken. Only oatry 268 Ho entry bUB-BKCriON c. ! i ? 2b6 Arrowroot, mnnufacturcd, r £l; second, ...

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Nature. HOME STUDIES IN NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

HOME STUDIES IN NATUEE. Uarpir's Magazitu. Do insects ro?Uy possess mind? K not, what is it that oflon impels thorn to behave prooieely ae roaeonlng bcrngs? tiotue time aiuoe I read in tlie Sjientiflo Booord of Harper't Magazine tbo lollowing paieiBKO : ?' M. F6iix Diijardia, of. Kheims, veritled in the nervous system at Ineeotd e centre of trao brain, abovn the luroal, embeddol among air tabea, eulivarv glands, and fat. Hardened by alooliol or spirits of turpentine, its form and Htruuturo oppoaroj bunoath the miorosojpo in regular oonvolntion's, like those of our own ourebral hemispheres, and the outside palp romuved left nerve traots winding Into a white and firmer eubatanoe, like tho auoleus of the white invertebrate.," If anyone will closely observe the behaviour ol eapooially ante, waepa, or spiders, he will nut be at all startled or surprised with the announcement that those humble oreuturoa have brains like oar own. Many spiders build for themselves homes, not merely neats to...

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Obituary. THE LATE DR. GLENNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

Obituary- THE LA.TE Dβ. GLENNIK. While our Wednesday's iestio was being printed the end tidings reached us that one of the oldest and most vonorable residents of the town had passed away to the Silent Land. There was time to state the baro fact of Dr. Glennio's decease and no more, bo the machine was stopped and the addition made., ..But. wo cannot allow the death of ono so intimately connected with the history and fortunos of this town and district for considerably more than a generation to pass without ft further notice. It is but seldom that accident terminates the .career of one who has passod the; Psalmist's limit of- threo score and ten years ; but such was the into of ;tho kind-hearted old gentleman upon whose, devoted head the snows of the winter p£ life had long left Ihoir traces. The accide.nt.,which, so fatally terminated:hasralroady been: chronicled. On Sunday morning, last Dr. Glcnnie had occasion, to make a .professional visit to a patient living not far from the .Hosp...

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FIRE-PROOFING COTTON FABRICS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

I'lltE-PKOOPING COTTON FAB1UCS. In ft pupor on Homo conditions of inflam mability, read before a Huuitury rouvoutiou iu Miotiiffiiu, Dr. Kedzic, of tho Stuto board of llualth, Hiiid that cotton clothing could be prevented from taking firo by tho uso of borax in etaruhing—it tenspoouful to each pint of March after tho wator Una bcou added. The- borax can have no injurious eifeot upou. thi) cloth or upou tho wearer, and is so choup that nil om ati'ord to lisa it. Dr. Kedzio showed by experiments that mualius and tarlotanx, tho most iniliunmablo goods, whi'ii treated with borax starch, could not. bo made to buru with a bluzo. If all eottou drvsitCH and .uudorclothing, nnd cspeoially tho olothiug- of childtvu, were treated in this way, a numbbr of lives and much suffering would bo nuvud every year. Dr. Kcdilo enid ho expeotod that ono of theso days eomo ehnnvd fellow would uso this receipt, mix etnroh and borax, and sell it iiH " α-sbcatoa etarch," or with sorao other oatchius: uaiiio, ...

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EXTRA EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

EXTRflL EXHIBITS- ?N.B.—Tho following abbreviations are nBod below':—. ; : '<BP"— Iteconiincndod for a pmo . _ v , —Highly coniiBoatled ? I ,' ,: o"—Commended :, , .; . > -:"'?' ??????? shkep." ':^ : '\:: f ? '?? ??'?? George Ijodei'j : Pen'-of Ton Southdown Bam Latnljs—HC ? .<:???' ,???:' ? -Thomas Ncely, two H 0 .. : ' FARM PRODUCE. : : Arthur Bowman, Mandarin Oranges—R P ? William Lnvorty,'Collection of Mnize— ET .-. '... '? .-.- ?? ??? -:"?'? : ? ?? : Edward Drake, Campbell's ' Mammoth Pumpkins (two exhibits) —UP , , ... . John 'Mitchell,' Collection of. Potatoes— BP ? ????' ' ; ' ???'??? '? ?" ; :"'.:'' ' Edward ('rajjo, threo Clioe6es —R P HOBTXCULTURAIj PRODUCTS. Mrs Mink Minter, two Hand Bouqucte— BP ' : '" " ? ".???.??'. '.. ''. " Mrs Mark Winter, bix Buttonhole Bou quets—RP . ? , :???? - George JJortimorc, Collection o£ Slirubs and'Plants—UP ~; , ...... ' . ? ? : " Albert poyrey, two Coleoua- . . ? „ - ; ?? Otto Hand Bouquet—H C vv .-;;:?. -..?..- ...

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Sketcher. DANTE'S FEELING FOR LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

S$kA$it§. DANTE'S FEELING FOE LIGHT. I ?Dean Church. \ \ Tub times of tho day, wiitK what ie ehwao terietio of. thorn—appearances, lights, feel ings,—are eoldom dwolt on tit length by Dante, but oarried ftt onoe to the mind, and tttampod upon it somotimea by a. smglo woru. Tho sense of morning, it 3 inspiring and cheering strength, softens tho .qpouing of tho " Inferno; , ' brouthos its refreshing calm, in the intorval of ropose after the last horror* of hell, in tho firet canto of tho '' Purgutorio;'. and prepares for the entrance into the earthly Paradise at its close. In tho waning light of evening, and-its chilling eonso of loneli noss, he prepared himself for his droad pilgrimage. "?'??? Indeed there is scarcely an hour of day or night, whioh has not loft Ha own reoottootion ?with him—of which we cannot find some memorial in hie poem. ? Evening and night havo many. Evening, with its softness and melancholy—its exhaustion and languor, after tho work, perhape unfulfilled, of day-...

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A STRANGE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

A STRANGE LOVE, Bt H. 0. Dodoe. I CLAaPKD hor struggling to my heart, I whispered lovo unknown; One kisa on her red lips I prossod ; And she was all my own. ' I loved her with a lovo profound, ; E'en death could not destroy, .' ' And yet, I must confess, I found . [ My bliss had some alloy. ?, ! Ppr onco I saw her unaware ; TJpen a fellow's lap; i JIo claiminir kieses npo and rarch— ?;' ! I did not liko the chap. :? Sho had some faults (so liavo we all), i But one I hope to throttlo ; ~'.' j Sho had, alas, what I may call j A weakness for tho bottle. ; One morn I caught her ero was inado Her toilet, nnd benoath ; An old straw hat her laugh betrayed My darling hud no toeth. Unconscieus of my presence sho ' ' i With artful nntlcs rare - ? Tonsod off tho hat, and—graoious mc t Her head was minus hair. ? But lovo is founded'on a rook, And miirhty in its might; ? ; , For I oould learn without a shook. ?' . ' Sho could not road nor write. Sho could not danco nor sing a tone, ' And scarocl...

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IT WILL NEVER BE PLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

IT VTILL NEVER BE PLAYED. I -Detroit Free jPrcii. I 7." By gum!" ? ' I ~?Mr. and Mrs. Dofoe ant before a cheerfofl firo in thoir home the othor evening.. .There had been a long period of silenoo, wheallrffl Dofoe suddenly exclaimed 08 above. " What is it, dear?" sho responded. " Say, wo'vo got tired of playing gamw and what do you say to private theatrioaU? 1 "How?" "Why, w'U got three or four of Hi neighbours to join in and wo'U moot at cad other's houses and have regular plays." " That will be splendid!" eho gasped, " Hanged if it won't! Wonder m neTei thought of it boforo. Twenty dollars wilt get us all tho scenery we want, and oaoh one oan furnish his own wardrobo. By gams wo'vo got tho idoa now 1" j " What sort of a play could wo plajrn sho asked, as he marched up and down mtls tragic stop. , { "I have it —aha!" ho oxolauned, as is stopped short. Don't you remember IstartaE to write a play about five yoare anof lie finish it and we'll bring it out! Now let ? soe how the charaot...

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Humour. MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

iffntfc. : ' .MATRIMONIAL. j Detroit Free Prtii. HiBBT "Waikhb, a young man of twntr five, and a ribing young tin-emith by trai* found p. dollar bill on the street the other dw andinstoud of using it to brfbo the Commttj uouncu no inrow aown nu tools and went 08 for. a day'e epreo. After getting so-so the idea oamo to him that he ought "to marry. Ho thought ]£ would marry an old womim and be a comfort to her declining ypara'.. Ho found one at tfo Central Market buying pio plant, and wi& out any'skirmishing around ho bowed lo? before hoi und Bang: ' "Oh-, gentle damsel, tender flower I' ye loved theo long and true; ' For many years I've looked, around" For suoh a gal as you!" . Sho hit him with a cabbage 'and v aT( j him.on, but he bowed still hint ? mj warbled: . ." .. ' ' ? "Oldgal,oldgal,myheartisyonr? ' Oh, do not drive mc mad; ' Como, pat. your little hand in mine, And make your Henry glad." Five great big women ruahed uponhio liko Alpine avalanohea, and they battered hi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 21 August 1880

DIED.               AT Singleton, on 18th August, HENRY   GLENNIE, surgeon, from effects of buggy accident, on 15th inst., aged 72 years.

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Artensian Wells. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 25 August 1880

K: : r ->- ?: :i-v Popular Encydlopadia, 1879. ao t called from the 'Ffbnch'broviricle'o'f'ATtoiB, where they I 'ripjpoKr'' Id'hivfe ? been first need, on an "exlonsive scale, are formed bv borinc- XpdSj thfljetfritaybftfj tljejr reacji %, .B'upp,l/'",()f.".'. witsr' : !#^jn'g,, ; , J |( ji sources higher than thatifififtnioutliof the itiorwg, (EwfcOthfr. nflUjral;Jaw, by f wbteb; inllv.flajdaj?Wjk,-te maintain/the same the^waltei; ,t)iue jeached rieoe [jto viho attrfaice,Auci in.efcom&iMWp'jfaij which is nsually.'loopious ia proportion to the.tfepthsofithp iporforatjon. The con ditions of the.poaeibiltty of an artesian [woll $re ihotfA,porpuB,,W;H[jit?ricar.rjJng : layer, dopreeaed it the rauldle;andireft?h-. ?ef'tlie ! 'gnifotl'd :i at' ,: tl(e j extretiiitJeg ! '^K^fe.;tne.'; should he between tw,pjayflrj£ i \ra.pe£, .meab]o4o-wnttr r that_the.porona_lflyflr be not interrupted by any impermeable wodge, that.there be; no escape of the water through meable end that of th...

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Gunnedah. (From the Namoi Independent) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 25 August 1880

' ; OllllBIUdilll. (From tiic Namoi Independent) Kbenozer .Yickory, 2.14| nctes, sectiono, . county of Naertcwnr. nnrisli i?* ' burgnte, adjoining the northern bonn* daryofroy conditional purchase of ZZ acres, portion No. 17, to embrace nor tiona 1U, 20, 21, 182,183, }85. P ?- t " John Price, 40 acres, section 13, counts nf Pottinger, parish of MJllio : on thn south, side of the Haystack mountain between No. 2 Millie and No. 4 Wo" , dobnh, and about li miles- south of ik? Coonabarnbran new road, ijtnrt fmm a tree branded P, thenco east 20ehni,\7 south-weat and north to Btartine noinf ? GuUcndaddy ran. 1D 8 point.

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Little Sandy [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 25 August 1880

?JiittleK-j^ja^y 1^""1 "'" 1,7 Iα tie city 1 of Efliilburb, two gentlomen w?re standing of. a hotel one Teiy'coH'fiejv wheif^'little 1! Boy i Vtith a Hhin; blue ftce, his feetbare and ted ; Witb tti'coia,' end wilU v nothing; t '(^ ; coriarhim jtolajtran&lb; sl ',;*flgB' :; camp., mi-j feaifl EPleaa bny, Bome;matches. !'i.? ?' No, iWtwant'any,'''- saicT th'e ! ' gefctlerheh. a>9 only a "penny', 'a' bfa, , ' ij&pobV' liifteUelloW! ," ; tes, but see we don't .want a box," waa itho reply,->'." Then ?i"will give ye two boxoe lor'a^ntiy,? : safa T 'W'b6y ; and the nan, taking thbnV,'' fotfrid ! " he" had" no /huge, and bo would buy thorn teojorjw,.':.." O;,dobuy. : ,ihem.to-nigljt,' , we boy pleadedrl-wilLrun" and' get ye ?{iXjiWige;ifor,l l lani: verfiJ hungry. " ?Mile man gave hjm the > shilling and boy came. effllWerenae'that'aa'fto -boy's face ?luch made him unwilling to think him ?WgUe ?;.'-.;???,';?-,.;,;!;??? i ' ? ' --Lite in the-evening-a smaller boy, ' ...

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