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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

' wanted: A STEADY KIIH acD-uKomsd t_ 80-U-, ssdaUiTto Drive a Team. A. A. DA-SOAK, Barons." Jnly 20, 1874. JOH__ MAGI. IKE, TAILOB AJS_> WOOLLEN DBAPSB, GxoBQS-BTBIxr, BI_ffLEIO_, To tie ' _____&___ era of tho Siagletoa ____oc__a_dc3' _____t_tr_.t__ GENTLEMEN, —I bes to o_-pre-? my thanks for the honour yon haTe eon— ferred upon mo by electing mo Life Member of your Institute*; be assured that tbia oou .pliment, so entirely unlookc-d for ?_ the -present juncture, is all the more valuable from the fact thst it procerds ; from .the general body of the members, with whom only, 1- eonceh-e, reets the right to bestow such a diatiaotiro mark of approral, X have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obe_i.-nt servant, C. J. MOONTAI_I_ " MI-CHANIC3* IN-TIITDTE. Slf-GLETOS arFoiirwo nights only. TUESDAY 'AND WEDNESDAY, '? JULY 28th and -Sin, the CAKANDINI O;PJ_EATIC A__D BALLAD EIUEB TAIKME-TT, end US. CfEOEGE CoTT3&._______, the 'r__te?t Mimic ol tbe Day, in his .V7ONDEEFTJL ...

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 — 22 July 1874

IToticc SXSQLK COPIES of tbe Singlet** Argue ? any be bad-feonx Mr. J. P. QWDts, and Mr. J. GomOXBB, of Gecage-street, and Stel "WntOKT, of-John-street. Singleton. Office, J?dy 20, 1874. , "Wanted. COHKXSPQSTOEXTS sad. Aa_3<t_S far tbe Singleton. Argue in alt the town ships round Singleton and MaMand. Gen - tlemen wha-bave, already consented to act as. such,'anti? those who may be willing to do-mo, " ate requested to Sentl in their names to tbe uffiopu- early as possible. 1874."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Results of Free Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Results of Free Trade. Last week we gave a few statistics with some conclusions drawn from them illustra-<*> tive of the injurious and [?] effects of protection on the trade and the industry in the sister colony-juiifr?how,'-'the old'world fight between Flee Trade aud. Protection is Klifcciy to be revived- atno distant dale; and : because, moreorcr, the expcricncci. of a cottn : try lilce America/young'and similarly situ atedto .outselrcs, are worthy of note as a ?'-? guide for t__vpohc__-proper; to follow.by.tho .statesmen of thoc colonies- We now, by i.way ot'ctsiti-usti" propose, iii three: or. four vihort paragraphs, to lay before our readers the;___tdU'7of .the .Free : Trade policy pursued by Franco since the ;c?mi__n__i_lta_-ty concluded in between ~ thatcountryand Great Britain. J Liketh.'isij -already given ou America,they are not new* ...bat they : hear 'but,' so 'thoroughly, the truth ?of _fao->l_4__rino maintained and demonstrated ?jyp i; __ft__*i__, -' I...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TERRIBLE END. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

A TERRIBLE END. Dark was the night, Rain pattering down, Dreary and dull, as she passed through the town Still ahepre/ved onward, _ lJTcedlc-_ ofangbt, Kncing the stoirni-blast, Caring for,nought. Plowed the deep river. , ?- Kbe n_armt_t.d_'At last,"' And wistfully gAz'd ' On each Wave n? it pass'd, Then uttcr'd a shriek - r H fl } _T But one who was by, * ltush.d forward and seized her, - "—OnkL-nng-the cry. ?'Stay," said the stranger, ' "ltash oJie,"*'he cried, ~ " Ca-tnotthv sorrows I Into the tide " j Xcreauiitig with I tughter, ' Thus eho-replied;— . " I calledJt>r the ferry, ; Z-r-'Sfoa" father, ridg." ~- - -

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Correspondence. Contributions must be accompanied with the real name and address of the Correspon-<*> dent, not necessarily for publication, but as an earnest of good faith to the Editor. It is distinctly to be borne in mind that vx do ?not, by insetting letters, convtMan opinion favorable to their contents. We open, our columns to all without teeming to auffS and thus supply a cAanml for the publication of opinions of all shades.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public School Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Public School Teachers. The public generally are [?] doubt that [?] contro[?] has been going on of [?] concerning in the council of Education and the teachers of that __-_C?_tl?__3_. Oo_??f t__? d__e_.t_____r_e wsi. n?ti?n _?fins tn __Er?b_e?_tcj____kr s^__t_s___^*:^_^g2& _ _-_-"_lflJ_ny _Q _B_hAt_SJ_ V_Kta£__._n_____M_Cg£ n_ar_-_A_.-&?_o_aan___a_M-B_t_aa_t_c___d xc_gtt_? laidC ?_____ __e_ <M____tt si. ______ ___.>? - -1?!--___?--?___---tt-jw-L-^obelow___din graefe. and. -mmsai &__?_------___- amlnoenxa ; dtzcadl __?€_''That, lii.-fai, it has, lately - transpired, waa, iuaoacE sit tbe inst_g*___K - of cot* ?f tbe' n__peot__% a" __Lr. *Hr.. Jlclntyie. ~rVe_-_&__afroai__j_yco<____M___ on this occasion, ?or purpose in th£ present instance being only to lay- before our readers and the- public, -dbte- following . parliamentaxy paper, kindly supplied tons by the memlMr for the district, TW** W. C. Browne. It will; servo to show how ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INFECTIOUS AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES IN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

INFECTIOUS AND CONTAGIOUS DISEASES IN CATTLE. I am, yours truly, JOHN [?] Inspector of Stock. Merri[?], 3rd July, 1874. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) DEAR SIR,- I have just received a parn-<*> oblet containing the report of A. Bruce, Esq, Chief Inspector of Stock, on the fectious and contagions diseaseain Europe, affecting or liely to affect t'aa lilcvo stock of tho colonies, together with inoculation for Pleuro-pneumonir.. It is most desirable that tho pamphlet should bo brought under tho notice of the owners of c3tt!o ia this district, as pleuro pneumonia Itaa made its appearance hera of late, in a manner not ot ail agreeable. The portion ot tho pamphlet relating to tho treatment of th-; diseaso cannot fail to be read with interest, and although, copies can b.j obtained from the 'Government printer for ono shilling each, thero aro now many likely to know this,- utslesa you will kindly consent to review it, raid thus bring under '.heir notice information tha...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PURCHASE OF CROWN LANDS. (To the Editor of the Singleton. Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

PURCHASE OF CROWN LANDS. (To the Editor of the Singleton. Argus.) Yours truly, HANLEY BENNETT. July 9th, 1874. Sir, —For the information of all persons desirous to purchase Crown Lands, con-<*> ditionally or otherwise, I beg to state that the proclamation issued some months back by the Minister for Lands,, to the effect that Crown Lands to the extent of two miles on either side of existing or probable railway lines could not be purchased, such order is happily now. revoked by an Act of Parliament, passed during the lato ses sion. Hence, as heretofore, all Crown Lands are open for conditional sale, sub ject to the terms and conditions of the Crown Lands Resumption Act of 1874. .In addition to the above letter, for the interest of tho general public, kindly - grant roe a further spaco in your journal for tbo following infor-. ..nation, arising out of a correspon dence between myself and tho lion. Minister for Lands, and which has been most cordially accepted by him, vrho...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Police Court. Tuesday, July 14th, 1874. Before Mr. Smith, P.M., and Mr. W. C. Browne, J.P. Sureties of the peace. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Singleton Police Court. Tue sday, July 14th, 1874. Before Mr. Smith, P.M., and Mr. W. C. Browne, J.P. Sureties of the peace. James Thompson, for having made use of threatening language towards his wife, namely, that he "would murder her," was ordered to find security for his good haviour for fix month-, himself in the j extent o£ £20, and two sureties of £10. j x_u_:i:ny. Jair.es Gtirbeti, described R3 a man of j bad character who had served a sentcaco ! of ton years for bushraiiginjj, was brought up in custody charged with stealing a pair ol damn, a syringe, and a carving knife, at an auction _alo on. Saturday last. Prisoner being uaablo to giv-j a satis factory account of how he became r>os uessed of these article 3, w.?_i ordered to forfeit them and ptiy a Sua of £o, in : default to go to llaiilaad gaol for three i months. ' Tuesday, July 21bt, 187-1. Before Mr. James Smith, P.M.. and Mr. AH*.BE*V* _tIcD-UOAL__ J.P. utGuwrciAV i_rrou.NDi.s_. J. W. Campbell, aucliouecr, was com...

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 — 22 July 1874

Local and General News. THE Weather—The rain of which we spoke in our last was happily of short dura-<*> tion. Wednesday morning broke fine, and the weather has continued so ever since, the . morn-ax* being remarkable for heavy frost, I that of Saturday: morning remaining on the ground in shady Bpots till after 10 o'clock- Ice waaal?o plentiful. The air is calm, and iiV the middle of the day tlie temperature is quite warm enough to be pleasant. Sunday was fine -throughout, the sky was cloudless, .the air.calm. On Monday morning tain ' thr_ateued,-b_t the-clouds cleared off _ in the af ternoOt. the sky a~atn became obscured and one or two smart _how_n? f0i1..,- The river, still 'ke-iw. up. aild is uncrowable'at the fords, which-, makes .'tbo -{own" rather the .'rountijr folks, not being able" to get.into, town without goiijg * rttuiHl of many wile*, which apparentiy.Uo_snot Thetempera . turn is milder. than at tb_ bcgintuu? of tEe tveek- ? Hcaiyrain"-fell on Monday, iii...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Caledenia. [Via Melbourne.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

New Caledenia. [Via Melbourne.] Advices from New Caledonia have been received via Auckland. The. schooner Mary Stewart is a total wreck at the New Hebride[?]. The Crew wero picketl up in an open boat, and taken to Noumea. Admiral E._>out has arrived at Noumea. All the communists are to bo removed to the Ihlo of Pines,' and another island which is to bosclected for that, purpose . Bateman is to ho sent to France to fulfil hi- term of imprisonment. Tiie convict executioner has been mur dered by a convict, and the murderer has beeti guillotined. Duels are frequent in New Caledonia. Three t_o!c p!.-_cu on tho 20th June. Lieutenants Devareune and Guillcrain, of j the Gendarme., fought, and th* latter was i killed. Tho Governor addressed the : soldiers at tbo funeral on tlto subject of ! np'iolding tneir honour at th - * <_i_t d{ }i{e'.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Zealand. [Via Melbourne.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

New Zealand. [Via Melbourne.] New Zealand advices have been received to the 10th. Parliament is discussing an address in reply to the opening speech. The ment state that the sajki&n will not exceed two months. \" It i 3 aunounced th.vj, ;he murderer Sul livan left Auckland in | ue ship Hiodoitan, on tho let March, l?ad that, he vy&a furnished with montj.- -f> maintain him until ho could obtain tj ?p!oyment in Lon don or in America. j. Dr. Welmshurst, of thoTship Isles of t| 4 S,uth, has been sentenced to eighteo j Piths' imprison ment, for. larceny of 1" > chip's medical comforts." 1.. It is rumoured- th.it'f Ol i.7_om(is Russoll will be called to tho ?f r -"-,<- r House, and .ofEered the Pestmast?.-ri) jr? - :! . Kl i. i '. J ;p. A number of ' have ar rived, and hut few tie-,( ??'.', l r3 reported. ' ?] A telegram from ,'tmd states that tho London,' Liverpcdarrii Globo Insur ance Company only 1?,.' "£i;O,OCO |by tho late disastrous Sra aty.-' iicago...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Divorce Suits. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

New Divorce Suits. JUDGING from the number of divorce suits instituted during the last few weeks, Mr. Justice Hargrove and the officers of the Supreme Court will be kept busily gaged for some time to come. Xn fact, if the suits go on accumulating as rapidly as they lately have, at no distant date tlie Divorce Court will require to becomes separate court of judicature, with judge and officers specially to perform tbe duties appertaining thereto. The most notable petitions Gled for a dissolution aro tbo following:— Delores Dntmraond Allright (aged 39), formerly Delores Drummond Green, , actress, praying for a divorce from her husband John Mnsgravo Allright (aged 39), otherwise John Musgravo Wright, on the grounds of desertion and adultery. Peter Wilson (aged 41), of Wondnlla, Moruya, farmer, praying for divorce from .bis wife Emma Wilson (aged 30), formerly Emma Motby, on tlio mound of adultory. William Ferguson, of Wondulla, labourer, is joined as co-respondent in this case. Louisa A...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Municipality of Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Municipality of Singleton. " I remain, gentlemen, "Your obedient servant, "R. H. [?]" THE Municipal Council of Singleton held their usual monthly meeting on Wednesday evening last in the Council Chamber, [?] of the Mechanics Institute build n& _______ -___-.."?*__?____.__*_?___ A_d__ -1 ffl-rt __. BJ fjs__ett in^a. jj chsuj_'?__. la- nlvni vs_s_o_^ > r-wf.Wr-.-P__. ' I .-'".. aCDSCTESL ( [~.' TSt? __?_____> ___ the (j_-_-_.->u_- )p__---_p 1 w-Eorcsd and coaSnoed. ', <_>_-____-_F"-s___at_3_ _? ( > T_b_o ouf ward c-crespoQdeitca coinpii-ed. \ two tetters sent to nofifjr acceptance Of ' certain tender*, ami one to afr. W. €_ t J*ri7"-~--.r~T_-* ht *~gT-w-t -?i-i—-T,Mtiir?swua . with the Government to hodnco them, to ! give np the dock. in. th? old Coort-hoase to ti-0-atep?gg-r_ > ------_B_b-g bees purchased >in fbe_fir?.iir_t?ni-?-by locat?gbacrytiorts; ' anct also to point. Out tbe, necessity ot 1 having some -onipetentperson to -wind tip the do...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIJI ANNEXATION. Sir H. Borinson to visit the [?] July 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

FIJI ANNEXATION. Sir H. Borinson to visit the [?] July 18 The Karl of Carn[?] declared that Fiji [?] seventeen wholly impracticable con-<*> ditions respecting annexation and that England will accept an absolute [?] only, aa __ns__a___n tttbstiti___>__sa__>a_t smt __c__a__y developed to-___XKng-a_-dto*--t--t__-- on anyotbett -S___s 6ir He_e_ie? Bobinson goes. _____$. to explain the <_i__cn__ies in tbe way ot annexation. s_L_£_gne,t__^-_od___i____erft_-^aance,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English News. [By cable] (From the Sydney Paper ATTEMET TO ASSASSINATE PRINCE BISMARK July 18 [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

English News. [By cable] (From the Sydney Paper ATTEMET TO ASSASSINATE PRINCE BISMARK July 18 An attempt has been made to [?] Prince [?]. Chancellor of the G[?] Empire and Minister for Foreign Affairs while the Prince was out [?] in the injc-p]J?oet„ "he- sis fined as. ami sKgpW% woonded h?, l3jfc wrist. His aasa3ant. * 'xocmg; man, ?"?'hya- naoss is. at ptoses*, m* knewa.ha?b?ir„ ? n iMaiT. , The sssslTwTrf of Enntt IWi—m,s. is a joar asyaua. ceepsr froat Mscdeborg* the, chief tow* of Proestaa Saxony, and ai member of a. f2athose society. HecooSessedhisiateutio?. to isuimi-nitc the glance. A 'priest, supposed to b? implicated, baa j been arrested— There -was much, excitement fc* BJsrKa.' wheat theoewa of the attempted easaa nui.nl Im i ! was known fay the people,, and these were : grrat msnSfealatiaca of sympathy.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Singleton Price List. £ s. d. Hay (Oaten) per ton 5 0 0 „ (Wlieaten) „ 5 0 0 „ (Lucorno) „ , 3 10 0 Maize per bushel ... 3s. lOd. to * 0 Oats ~ ._ ... A 6 Potatoes per ewt ... ... 5 6 Butter (wholesale) Is. per lb. Egg? (wholesale) Is. per doz. Cheese, 3d. to dd. per lb. Bacon sd. per lb.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Epitome of News. Cremation is being discussed on the platform and in the Press in Victoria. Mr. R. O. M'Coy, late principal of Bal- <*> larat College, who cut his throat, leaves widow aud six children. Bis removal from office by the trustees is said io bave preyed upon his mind,'and induced tem porary insanity. His Grace Archbishop Vaughan has been elected Rector'of. St. John's College, Dr. Forrest going home. The Victorian Assembly bits passed tbe Befbrm Bill. Gladiator has been soldjfor 500 guineas at Melbourne. Tbo Australian Joint Stock Bank baa established branch-.- at -Vnllsend and st Lambton, two of tlie chief coal mining towns near -Mewcastto. Mt. T. O'Keofe, solicitor. West Mait land, died at two o'clock on tbo morning of the 18th instant. Be was iltfor many weeks. He a wife and young family. A branch of tbe Commercial Bank has opened at Glen Tones. Mr. James Thorn has sold tho schooner Hector to Measta. Brown, .of _-yrmont, for two thousand pounds. There is a...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

The Singleton Argus. "SWORN TO NO MASTER OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIMST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S THY GOD'S AND TRUTHS"

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Death. On July 12, at Goulburn, THOMAS CLEARY (late of Singleton), aged 37 years, leaving a wife and two children, with many friends, to mourn their loss.

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