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Nobelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER IV. AT SCUTARI. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 28 August 1880

akml THE HAUNTEDGRANGE 1. . j OHAPIEB IV.' AI 600IABI. Bt"E. A. 0." "Unless the fever can be ieduced,"I!do tot thick he will last ont iho day " The words were uddieseed by tho head inrgEOn of the hospital at Sontari to a lady lliodiog beaido him, one of thoiaoblo band ibo followed iv 'i'lorbrioe Kightingalfc*e glorioni elepe. ' ' " ' ' ' ? ??' J - "Poor fellow," the eurgeon continued; Ji t is a sad caeo altogether.' J They Bay he iito have the Viotona; Oroes-for his'gallant behaviour at Inkermann, but'l ?fear'he Will H6rer know of the honour he has gained. Ton will see tbftt my directions are oariied ml, pleeae." And ihe kind-bearted, over wtkediaanpasiied on to thenext bed. ; It was a Bcena to touoh the' hurdeut, most ulfith heart—that long, whitewashed room, wta ita crowded beds, and wretched acoom modation—men Ijing in every 'attitude ol P?in and agony; wbilet.here aud there a quid form, covered -witu a eheet, told ita own ?lory of peaoo and' roet amliist all the teailneee and so...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Poetry. MY HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 28 August 1880

§Mt§; MY HEROES. 1 ' ' V ..Haijcr'i Weekly'. ' In pand and stately phalanx ,. Hy glorlona heroee stand ; - _ il They wear no glittering helmet, They wield no flashing brand; . No shield nor coat ot armour ,;.....", -~ .?. Have theyto...nwkp ..thornbrave;',''* .- Their choson, only weapon A barn-yard inmate gave. '.7 - ? ." When comtnen men have perished, ', , No earthly tr'aeo'wo'find:," ' 'fi. ' r ' '? Tho eoujs of these my heroes '.7; ... ; Bosoaud romuined behind./-';;.*:'?' ' : To lowly dust and ashes ;,'",- „ Though iiiortal flesh'hath 'gone, ' 7 No gravo can ever hide them-— .- - ? '< -, ' Their very lives Uvo on. ~.'.<? y Each choso a noblo mistress, 7 '7. ; And ]ow before, her thi-oho ?'? ?'.""'?? Vowed service 'Audi devotion :'''?'-i To hor, and hor.ulone. Thoso bowed them down tp Letters,. ?'? Those choso thb Poet's part ; Eaob took his vows upon him ?With stout and eager heart. Ah! ho that chose .Religion / ? 7 fi ?;. 7 Wore oft a martyr's prawn, "'"...

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DENIS DEVINE. THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS. CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 28 August 1880

DENIS DEVI NE, THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, >. OHAETEB JXXXV: BY GfiOSVENOR BTJNSTE]R, Author of ", Mark filton" f'Mi' Win*\ TTho , JFaitt,'! ' i 'MtlgradUg,'',$ci.j$o. i '- We may be Bure ?bat Deriia lost no ;tfmo in seeking old Grimes.' Sα hu mada tie way to the savoury locality known as Betoliffij HiRhway, whete, Sβ he knew, hie old thip- mute end friend " bang oat." .He had no difficulty in finding the bouee, or rather ebop, (or Mr. Grimes had prudently invested ihis money in an establishment wbiob, in come parts ol England,'would be o&lled a -Tommy shop—a storo inwhiou aUmannerof grooeries and HQoli llko articles; are to bo pnrnbnsed, and in whiob, on Satnfday nights, the wives of those noble' British workmen wao do uot: spend their wages in tbe tavern may be Been buyitg their wares tot the week. ' ',???. Iα ibje ebop Denia groped hie way. I pay that he "groped" hie way, because the gloom and darkness ol the plaoe at first nearly blinded him. Bat presently, ob lie grew a...

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THE COUNTRY-GIRL'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 28 August 1880

THE COUNTRY-GIRL'S LETTED, — N. 0. Picayune; D&ab Sio—H'To I am iti tho city j ' i Couein Minnie ia kind ae can be; . ," ? tTncle John caJlfl mo "dear little danght ? ? t?r ;" ? :..: ?. ?:??.-.; ?:;??:-.?? .,...; ? . ?' And yet' Sis,' between you aud mc, ?, ? I am awfully homesick this morning For the little White frotiae' by the mill; - The world seome so -wide round about me,i Such a weo littlo corner I fill. i CouaLn Minnie hae beautiful garmenta ' ' Awaiting her wearing. Dou't say J Anything to our dear little mother-- . ; My cashmere' is made tho wrong way: : And I see Aunty looking nribappy | ? . -Because it.'don't aotas.it ought;.,-'. :? And tho cut-away hitches in wearing— ; Don't eet liko the ono Mianio bought. Bufdon't breathe a whisper to mother, Who thioke I am stylishly dressed; I'll try not to care about fashion; '; Or whispers: V She came from put West. Mr. Austin comesi here io see Minnio, ?; ' I think he's hor lover. Ah, mc. If he really fanoies, and lovea h...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 28 August 1880

BIRTH.       ON the 11th instant, at her residence, York- street, Singleton, the wife of F. J. P. HEPWORTH of a DAUGHTER.    

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Crown Lands Offices. Murrurundi. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

Crown Lands Offices. Mearriar?ia?li. The following selection who taken np on Thursday last :— Jainee WnJeh, 1G0 acres, county of Brisbane, parish of Muriilla, 1 GO acres adioiniiie? his -10 acres, portion US on the north and bis 200 acres portion 30 on the ?west, and taken in virtue of the said 200 acres. - .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Premier at the Banquet given to Dr. Pearson. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

The Premier at the Banquet ' ? given to Dr. Pearson. I ?Murrurundi Times. . '; .\\y.;"';\:V ' ??:??; '??' ? The demands mndeoii the oratorical towers of Pritiio Miuisturs tlnrinjj n reoese, ore generally varied; One 3aj, they ftre called tipon to deliver ; a Bpeccu onutie oucusiun vi uiu laying oi the foundation stone of a new public school; on an other, to do the principal talking business at a'bauquet given in celebration of tho opening.of some rail way extension; and, on a third, to "Hold forth,, in, long, and laboured periods, on the virtues and ?excel lencies of some public man, becomethe object of the" people's gratitndo and respect. ? d'\ Oh last Thursday week, a compli iuontnry dinner was given to the bishop and clergy of the Church of England, 'in honour of the arrival in the colony of the new Bishop ? of Newcastle Dr. Peaeson, and, on this occasion, our Prime Minister,' Sir Henry Parkes, was invited to take, and did take, in the postprandial oratory dclivnrcd after tho rep...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

THE, " SINGLETON ARGUS" r i [ i AND '< 'UPPER HUNTER! GENERAL ADVOCATE, H [EbtadlibileDj July, 1871,] A FAMILY NEWSPAPER OF 6 PAGES, IS PUBLISHED S, ; TJVTC&cilfi .A. WEEK EVERY ' ,AFI> ,SA|UKDAY '" ———Co.)-iT,n ,^. ' THfc cfohttiJte of tho ?' AJRQUS ,, 'arg yaned and interesting, fpr while prominence ?is nil matters TelaUtig to Ijho town and district, special oaro ia exercised in the ctioieo_of extrnc's, "wnicli ato> colletf from 'n -mdo field of current literature. infctalmonts of jtnlck ty Hriii^''authors nre given with every .gnturdey's issuo, ami from ithtf Arjgue," wllj be found absen,t ! - n'otlnng that appertains'to tli?province of a well-couiluctod family newspaper. ;'j, for tho withdrawal bt alteration df Advertisements must be given in writing,' otliorwjeo they ciinnoi jie attention. i Letters to the Editor should bo lent in not later than noon on the day preceding the publication in which they are intended to appear. ' ' ?"THe' ! t|u?ftera md on ...

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THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN. Simla, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

THE WAR' IN. AFGttirfnSTAli Simla, Aa'gust ' : Pnrtlior particulars were received to dny' of, thp eortie mode by tbo British, nudor XSeriofnl Primroao at" last ; week< Frpni these it appcarsj that the troop?.left''the city by the east side l'hieyi:ho'w.ever/foifnfl tua f tne enemy had occupied positions of great strength, ; and. upon an attack being made on these' Ayoub Khan despapebed strong' 1 reinforebniente.''' 'The British, upon the arrival of tholattor, did not endeavour* to pueh, their advantage, and finally relirecLin perfect ordor oil .tbo, city. : - !!?:,?>,;??: ??.;i/-!--:: ,!,!?;. ! .....mi-.w: <l-August $7. V Tho Viceroy is to-day in receipt of intelligence ''from/ 'Caridahar repoirtfyg' that Ayopb. Khan haSj euddenly wtthi' 'drawn'ibJEJ forcosj frqm before the city and retired to a distance of.eight miles ward, r bn l th'd' road to Qiriehk, vir tually raising'the' siegb. . The this stop, is'not.yot explained, but lit'.iai believed to bo duo to ...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

flSur&peftn }£Jf/m"thil Syitiey Papon,}. !-i:', London, August 26. ; , -JA*.'A;l>anquet given at Copenhagen to Sarah Bernhardt,' the welwbiown,. ?ieerW?rtli , e"G : eririar-'MIfl1?ler - projoeed the'toaet.of France, o'nd Shrsb Bern- "hardfc-'fri replying', said she hoped the '"toast '? included'"Alsaco"7'and'L'6rrairioV7 ! ; 0re?t"l cbhfdsioh Ych?ticd,'i the Danes' cheering.the sentiment. M. Thcimtcr, Toftho Ffebtih Liflga'tron; than descanted llftfthe fprjhej hetweon -France and Denmark. Rcnowodj conj ; fusion-thereupon ou?tied, nnd tho eh'aif- man left; Tho Gormari Go- < vernmeh't havo directed their Minister ;(jptakB :(}.;! j ' 7 '":? i' t Mr,,7GU}d?lipne, in, accordance ? with; iJarwidgCTienta pVevirfasly anriomi'eeo;, loft' to-day, jin ; 7cpmp'aayj with .{Mrr Donald CuYrie, aboard the Gjrant ' ley Oastlerfor-a cruiso on tho coasts of ? Ireland and i 7!' fire'occurred thiseven ing, roaulting in. tho total destruction ol Chnrchj 'reflerjtly l ', erected ?r^'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

TMPOUKDED at Siuglcton, on Uio 21st of * August, 1880, by Mr. Hutley, from Kix's wek; sum duo at date of notice, lie. :— One bay horse, branded nX near bhouldor, firo years old. 14 J hands. , ftoticc seat to enppoecd owner. -< ??y6^F^^^?QJ?Wp> y "^^<. Patriot's Plains Jockey Club. . TTOBSE OVVNEES' arid TBAINERR nro il reminded thatnominationafor JOCICEY CLUB, SINGLETON, FLYING,& SHORTS' ? HANDICAPS closo not later than 8' p.m.,' 4th ?SEPTEMBER. :' ~ ,-..???, .. ? ";?'.'. '?; ??'', ?? ? ; '?'' .JOHN wilson; ; l';^; '??' ? ? ? Hon. Sec.,,'. - :;,;<; Q^tJTi:c)i^; r i ???- -? ... ;. .-j. . .. ;;?'.??;'j W-HERKAS certain Persons are allowing STOCK TO TR-ESPASS'ou tbo'. lond poenpied by .me' at RlX'ri "". GREEK, at night; ond ' ' removing them early' : in' tho' morning. I hereby ' caution all ''parties "against trespassing thereon, or interfering:, with' ? stoct irt'" any' way. 'Any one caught thereon ' will be proaccute'il , without'tdspeut to...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.. JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

SYJUNEY MARKETS. JOHN BniDOls'e WEEKLY CIRCOUAR, I Eat Cattle.—No ohaogo to report:; best beof Bay 16s. ' ' . ? ? i ?" Fiit' Sheep.—Market, well 6uppliddthis .week'and quality good; prices, lis to 13e for. say 50 to GO lb wotherai | : Lambs sold well this week at 10a to 13* for best and 7a to 9s for good to medium. '-. ;'",''.: ~'.'" ,-, j " '"' . s , Calves wero.worth) 15s to 355. ]' ' "?' Pigs woro again very plontifnj and prices no better, soy 2-Jd to 3£d por lb .alive; .'.' ? ,",„' ,;-' ?.. ?,':',,r ? ! '.' i.-.- W 001.-*->*At this, wook's sales (there was aotivo competition for all tho Ismail parcels .offered, audbigh'priccfj worejpnid, but no .lots wore catalogue's "that noiiid :afforilVany"guide?ns to prices likely to rulo for.tho Coining clip. 1 '" -; j ''" . d : ' Bjifce{JBkitt?' i "woro'"id 'groat requistnt 6d to~7£d for fair quality, and 4£d to ssd for medium. ".-- > '..-. ? I ' '" : ? Hidoa woro again in active demand at 3gd to'4d for nil weights in wet ana half dr...

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The Australian Cricketers. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

:??:??. /The Australiaia Gricketets.;; h;]j{/j '\Fr(,,ii the Sydney \ ':?' ? noi: l ? u }"'" -LondonVAugust 25. '?)?) i: ? i-ArrangemoutB Lave been ai last coni,-'; ; pleted'for a'match' between thd Aus tialian- Eleven' and tho All-England EioVen. Tlie'match will be commenced ' 'oh September 6, the date originally ,1 fixed for tko. thatch againet Sussex at I Brighton. The Subscx Olnb agreed to forego thoir match in ordor to admit of tho Australian and All-England teams meeting. ..,,;?!..?.; :?/: ':". :. >'?? ' "., ?? ? August 26. '? ??? The Australian' Eleven commenced n. match to-day~with"" Eighteen of Stock pott, i The home teanvwent first to tho ? nickels, and ?'succeeded in making 132 ; rans before the fall of l the last wicket. .Tho Australians followed, and nt the close of the day had lost seven wickets ; for 68 runs. Bpoffortb, Blackharo, and Slight were absent, the two former . owing to thoir recent recent accidents in ' tho field, and Slight because ho has not jot boon p...

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HALL, PRINCE AND CO.'s WEEKLY MARKET REOPRT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

BAhh, PniNOE AND OO.'s WBKKliT , . iUUKET HEl'ORT. j ( ?. Wo have to report: a fair weok's liusi ness, although prices havo not mnterjnlly changed. Quantities havo not boon :large, yet up to requiromonts. jlm portations of hay and-chaff from tho neighbouring colonies coutituto to aotno forward freoly,/ and tbo strong cotii pe tition of tho steamship companies; lias helped to rcduco tho freights consider ably. This naturally tends to koop down tho price of tho local article, in uddition to which the imported article is mofo to bo relied on for its genuineness . than that arriving by rail; . : Hay :— Very primo oaton hay in 'demand, and superior bundles torday 'fetched 6s to Gs lid ; good medium, 6s to 5s 7il; infotior, very unsaleable at 8s Gd to 4s 3d. Very host oaton balo?, none offering. Good useful samples, 5a to 5s 3d ; medium, da to 4s Od. Oaten and wheaten bnlen, 4s 3d to 5s id. Whcatpn bundles, .3s 9d to 4s lOd. Wheaten bules, 4s 3d to ss. Huntor River bales,- only iriforior ...

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The Famous Cologne Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

The Pa#ptsppiogne ? A. CiiblV£rflin'"anuonhceCa {cw.flhyf.ago thit-' tbff "famons Cathoarnl "uf las finished at last, after rmnniping in completed' for centniies.. .The iolIoTvbff DMticulure wero furnished to the Hobort Town Mercury,, by rthosays :--?"' In 12* 8 a church erected on its site during the time of Charlerriagiie ?8s burned down, and in the following ?'?war tbe Archbishop of Cologne laid the -Lndatibn .of the prcs.ont beautiful and ': m ?g?incent : 6tructure., Cqlloctibus-wero i -made throughout' European aid of the ?object hut the warlike prelates of those 'daj? 'expended the-moneys! on tho wars of tbe tinuv and it waanot until 1822 ! that '?'? the choirs! were ready for-'conse 7:tipn. crt Small parte of the nave were ?jnilt during the latter part of the same century ; the south-tower was rniVr-d to the third story byjhe year 1433 j- tho. "'"Vaulting-of-the north-side was com menced, and the nave and northern tower w>s'raised to height of'side aisles by the beginning ...

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MORT AND CO.'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

i HORT AND OO.'e WKKKLY REDOUT. 1 \Vbol.----Tho brought for-' WaW this week was : and',", with sjighl oxottriytoii; 1 ' noi of an attractive "description..' '*'The" demand was abtive, and neatly eVefy line offered wa? placed at 'good Volub6J.'"'VV"e sold oho small parePl of the 1 new clip, oon sisJing Pf II bolesjiu'greaso,' 'at' 11-J-d ; and'a few lots of aoburad skinwool, only , in'averagb condi'tidn, at I4ld' id 18$ d. No lots' of fleeco were available.'' "' Shbop&tins'wbre Mri'fu.i 'BOpply tad very bnsk demand. ' We cleared a Urge at following values r—Molium io fnil-floocod, 4d to sd; 'and pelts, to'S-JdVper lb. Hides.—There was ?n arpratfe supply for to-day's ' sales, and -an!'' Improved 'demand for Well-cured 'p'itrpolsi' '-heavies being;' most in request, 'Wp "sold as foliorvs ":—Medium, 3Jd tb 4sd'; '8W fo 41d ; and light and to 4|d por'ib. " " ''""' '_". iu X- ','? Horse-Hides''ore boMcp^' *nd good 'lines"'-would.' sell 'wijll. '''Quotations—? Good to'btwfcj?? to 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

' '; "Irgns" Accounts. t^" STJBBOBIBKnH l^q' 0 '' ' J need loJfaonalAiilini ,ra- , i lf /< - minded that nilpy jpjf'.the ncwuote s fl "i' ,, < sent in at tho ho(?mhitip o? iho .' > v i> qnerter BTJLL BKMAIN Vh I'AIU. eome-oro MANY MONT|i? ? : OANNOT LtVTE'ON Am, a prom(>t tn-wojuiits if(i.w-f,'!>?.. 188p.__...., : -. _. _? .-.? - ....-...:?

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The Singleton Argus. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1880. Press Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

r-.iiwji. ?Frese'-'l'ersocutMwn. S ' ! - ,! iAM,oHd'.tlxejitgme.'mi aurviSyducy .two gremyia..JsstwiesuenTtte ,oo?igivuig mi; iatimatjoniof ?? pubJioimoctmg |collufl.; by} r U>e 1 Trado& aad-Lnbour Council "to vindicato-lho-fccedom pi the „>tJ)Oi libertyvrof.ithe:,people*" If, will, 'indeed buch prkolesrt, 'ffIMBOBBJoae aro J'llorv.cd t?ibpj.copaWized by.any man or body of'merino matter, ''VJiow'grbaii or.th'py.'uwy be. ;'' iLts v matter.'for ,regret. jnppa-i, '',rent raspniJiints ''pCsiich pearly,, liought * f nbopCtip. *>? -ess, in^na.leH ? ;than| their, , honors'of tbo'.'Suprenio .Cqutyiflc udtugi ' Mr.\spmpbrn/y : tfidgo , Ono 1 of ih6 : ?tat,<'''igp j ,t?>,hptle,Birpvi. in any? <WWWifo'finK^ vhigh.wV; cbiA-t of C Wsficp shonld \nWor, to 'have jntbrestH n 'aifl" mc matipns, itUt, i>t j such * faiFriqat.ohs-W.tliq tipiPress, ' l; an^','the.lib ! Br.ly of tile ppppl?i'.' .& l,*?* ? '?;'ifi?,*js.' Jippfof?eclly, .froo'. J&amp...

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EASTERN SUMMARY. SINGAPORE AUG. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

EASTEBN' SUMHAB1H v.SrNtfAWhK- ; AtiJi 13. Herald. ! ; ?TiIb- GohUistoamor^flyihg' 1 the, r flag,'left tlje^lll'jAoJjust, With" 1 ten- piiSaerigersV , ' Ah' Englisb mate , ' and 'ft :niitive crew : whb',>ote Originally on board,' deserted. 'Captain '?.obaMy, who/holds <'tle : '' portfolio of Minister 6fJtt?tico, : Minister of .Works and instructor of abtillery-is oh ! board, The Bteamer ? liiditt 1 is" ofp.cCtod, 'with 850 cblbuis'ts, and also'tle' Goveiior of the' colony at New' Ireland. - Tiic repairs to the Genii,cost 13,000 dollars.; 1 ,' 11 " 'A'Bec6hd v ?hbbk of enrtbiiu'ukc was felt at: Manil- 'bri ! tie.'2oth :'iilliiro, wliich completed the' destruction : of the city! It caused a terrible panic and great baniago,'. but extraordinary small loss of life. Tho buildiuba . aro in total ruins, and the streets blocked. Goods - : are buried- beneath the rains, and tho people were leaving. -'The palace' ' was diisfroyod; - Utter pros tration characterised'everything.'?...

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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

lidoal J\ews, etc, .; '-''EllKCTOna wilt bo' interested in knowing 'tiidt''Mr. W. : 0. Browne, M.L;A:,' ponged through Siuglntou on (Saturday lust, en route fr.. i|ii> Mnnintvro. Iln informnd us that lie 'expected'to bo absent for nbout ski weokc, that on his roturn he intended to com mence cloctipu operations.;' It may interest old residents to know that „ MUi M. J),.Martiu, whoso charming landscape "palutlng? were awarded the first prize at the ! ween* abow, whs tbo eauio lady who formerly ikcpt ia school iv tiinglotoii, aud is now ! successfully conducling a similar establish-: ' xhont at?osobanli, Sydnoy, On' Sunday morning, thp 22nd iust., at ,'< All.shlufs', 0.X., tba Itev. 1). 13. Shaw made ,special reference, in tho course cf on appro ? prlata tormon, to the. late Dr, Oleunio, and 'passed a flttiii? ouloglnm on liis character ' and kindly nature. Tho hymns throughout i, the day wore suitably selected, oud at tho service, Uarwood's well-known getting of Pope's o...

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