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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1874. The Need of Stimulants. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1874. X*se> OKeedt of ?<f m*slatn?a. A writer. ha? ; !? prophesied; that" ; " tijcjjprliitirig' press will jiererbeat the 'wine press," and considering liow, ill teetotalism succeeds, there Reems some ground, for his. remark.. In Sydney*- and other- ; pisc>s; the subject of <Wnking is entered into nnd viewed in all its bear ings by numbers of people. .' As it never ceases to be a public question, and as effoxts are put forth from time tot time ~?>.. briiigl the! subject prornmently "before the public,, and. induce them to become total abstainers;' and also to petition Parliament for the abolition of intoxicating liquors, wo desire to make :a few observations "regarding drunken ness and coercion, and tho need of stimulants. .-.' :'?'..?? '.jEbct*) is no doubt that when a man comes forward to urge that all drinking ? should be, stopped," the onus of proof devolves on him. Ho. who drinks has authority and precedent in his favour; ?he...

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 — 17 October 1874

To the Inhabitants of Singleton and Northern Districts. W BURNETT begs to return his . sincere thauk? for the vciy liberal support he has received for the last eleven years that he has been in Trade as Blacksmith and Wheelwright, ' and by PERSONAL SUPERINTENDANCE and always having on hand the PEST MATE RIAL, and first-class MECHANICS, hopes still to merit their patronage. "W. B. has always- on hand — WAGGONS, Heavy and Light' DRAYS. ditto. ditto. AU kinds of Farming Implements, viz.— WOOD and IRON 'PLOUGHS' of' the LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. WOOD and ? IRON . HARROWS, bC'ABA FIERS, &C, *c All orders punctually"' attended to,' aad executed with tho greate l * despatch, as he has always s. good supply; of linnds. W. BTfRNBTT; Singleton, , ? ' October 16,187*. Brands Branch, Department of Lands,' Sydney, Oth October,. 1874. ' Notice to Stock Owners sod Others. COPIES of a OOERECTBD LEST of 18,000 UNALLOTTED BRANDS of two pieces, haxe bees prepared; and . f ot> " warded to the vari...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Local and General Neva. The We-Xhcb. — 'Wectneadajr morning was unhexed in by a tfcnuo fog. which the sun soon dispersed, and a vcxy sultry day fol- causing modi ilwcomfort to most of the good folks of Singleton, with -whom such ? warm regions do not seem to be very popular, Many might have been seen Hopping about, looking sadly distressed and miserable, and as our Yankee; cousins would say, ?-with ajl the starch taken Out of them." The follow iug day-was'cloudy. cooL and consoling to the sufferers "by the heat of the previous one, and yesterday was very little warmer, no that after all we have nothing to complain of. The farmers, however,, tell us that rain is be ginning to be much wanted. , ;,' / Sxte 31adi: a,; Lujj-Ait at: . lint,—'? o*V| course she had no right to do tliat." some ] shocked' reader of the gentler sex will say.;'! But the circumstances.were peculiar. The "he" in this case, was n little man, with a big moustache, sparkling eyes, a bad temper, and. a loud,- bat by ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKETS (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Wednesday, [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK. MARKETS <JSg Telegraph to the Berald^ .???'-'??? W*Djn_rojir, Mm. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co. re port-; Fat cattle, TOO forward, prices up 10a. to ISsL on prime jguaUry. 21,000- sheep yarded, prices unchanged.- Beat wethers, 15s. : AleWrs- rowere, jfxuuerzora, ?na uo. re port ; 24,000 sheep and lambe yurdad, princi pally' superior -northern, -wether*. Trbich sold at previous rates, say 15*. for best. We sold 6000, and in Rircrina 12,000 shorn -wethers —stores at 7(t 6tL 7SO cattle yarded, prices rather higher. We sold et Sandhurst 200 northers catties—bollocks,'JE9 10s.; cows Xβ. Messrs. B-Gibson and Co. report: 800 cattle forward; market firmer; 21,000 sheep penned ; prices elightly easily. : Messrs.: Rytttt and Hammoud report: : ' Fat c?ttle—about 800 -forward, chiefly inferior: a few lot* prime. Sales brisker, at a decided adriuice for good and prime. Ballocks, XlO to' £14—a few pens to XIG. Good and prime cows. £9 to £11 HK We sold 100 at qnota tio...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quarterly Meeting of the Northern Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Qoarterly Meeting: of the North era. Agricult-iral Society. THB ttnuaT qurirterlj meeting of tho- Nor.__e;n_ AjfrtcuUttraX SocictT was" held at Mr. Aeh'a Koral Hotel oh V. r edtte*Us.r $*st. Th?;re trcre prrwiriitH—Mr> S. K. Dight (vicc-preHi- dent) iv tU?s chxr. Mr. A. A. X>Migar (vice- Mutant. T. H. Moore, l*rnncie White, Q. T. lyjder. J amen Moore, J. C S. McDuualL Dr. G!en-.iie,Mcs?-?. J. Al lord. H, P. Stacy, A. Hoc*, and .A. X.. Johnxtour. The raiautes of the previous meeting were read a--vl confirmed. The following' lottos were read.:— FoSet Mr. J. C. S. McDoaaU, drawing at tention to the fact that Mc, CanaichaeTi. name had teen omitted; in the list of-wine. ? exlultttuat, in. all the report* of the show, . audjeuggegting that a. paragraph ehould be inserted Iα tlwpmn drawing attention. tj?. the omission. ? {Xhe Secretary had attended to. this , ?"* ' X *\S The following; letter "froeli'Mr. Francis White bwl been lajd before the -previous meeting, but owing to the atten...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST, . §. m. d * ?. e U.j (O?t?n> per ton .. ....?? Otoe l> 0 W OVlM?tei> * l> 0 „ * Iβ 0 "(Lncerne) ??!,< H iHiaiperbiubel * * hrt* < * ?atateatpacewt. ........ ? C Cd.(Beus:) 9d.p*rdoi. tatter <WhoIaHd?> lud, (Betail) l<. Zd. ptr Ik. hcon (Wholeolr) SJ. to SO, <R?Ui!> M. RKM?(WholM>I?> W. por Ib.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

gingie&ra Post Office,, KWH IdeUamr. Wot Vntabul barik,o> JHfniH V "^jl^'ty, ?W?*w?.l?y. TbawUr, rtUay, jeejSaeMfcl. ?S^ - t <fcW. Tbsmbgp. Mkr, and S?tert?j v *J?.j>t. Z3 ?£<cpa?-foc- Swubr - dbpMcfa. For Chmtnrwril. -WMbawlu-. Ttam.J?y, Trid-y. out etaaOtr, i i Timm, ininiilli TtinTvtT >?M?r t ?iirfWjSnnt^r.t??<??t>M?-)?iWl.atgr>?tl t jt??aMtl>yJt?? at*]?ar-i dar,?ad *?£estilKX. at %A> n m Tli TTIi?IIT?TKJ .'Hi 1T? liv ir in ?in . To Vα at ?a Tm>v, Tbei?tajr. mmt S?tonl?y. ?t ???? ??, .. -J IV BMIIbIK, lEok Itook, aaitaiMdQ?nEook.<? TTiill??il?j rrTTf-VrrT-ir. T 'i'?' ft -~

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Upper Hunter General Adyocate, IS FTJELISSED IITEBr ??j?f,wcfj????<3£ir a=C Q&£zzr&ny jion:rrsc. Tentt? of Sab9CTirt-cu :— Far Tear <M K?bi o.nsrte-ly ?-?*?? do (creit) IJ Ss. erar- The Credit price i>> ch*.r;:r?l if the subscription ?esot psid dnrlnj: th- '- '- r=? iof tie carter. The .oSieSTthe tenra, vi-ici.-tle " celiTsred by nmoer or throu?b. r?"t. Fizet inch and nndc- - Sb. Od. Knry sildiuoual jicl- or 1 ?lr j-ci .. .. Ss. Od. AdTeltiseroenta o.'t-ro ! :?i Js. Od. Se. ?i Bnsiaess Care* per quarter — soa. on. Ho adwrtinrairr.es booked under 2?, A -libersl aEowazce Vri3 be nuuie for ArrrerteKracuts esntrnsed for a. period of orer four weeks. It most be distinctly underrtood, that, .unless courctexanartded, KdTertiseraenU will lie continued arid charged for at the usual rate. Advertlxeracntii?hooldhasethe nuseher of insertioos required written on the order. Any person ordering Adeeitiseniente or Pziatizvr. on fcehslx of a Committee, for...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

""M?XBOtIBNB ANO GXLit jL?iurax..' :.???:?? ? ? . ? iweerjiTCii-- B*.MthOatot*T,nT*. SmLtth October. 1*74. .. _ 11th IWjrnMy, „. _ 3ttb Jvinarr. 1?T? -„ ? „ 31i* Fcbncirr, _ _31rtM?rch- _

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS VIZ.— VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

TABUS OF ABKIYAI. ASI> -DESPATCH OF ENOUSH. M?TT.S. V3Z - —? " ""-"?"* yxa*'sAk yavAJKCISCO. " UM* mrssucx. Axon untmt. Batanbva?sltact,]*n. ] Miter 11th Dec. IFM. „ Slit Nor. „ I „ ?th Jma^na. ? . IKt Ttac . f - Mh J , ***- - ~ )ttkAa.l>n. i _ -Sthltoc _ ullvs jjj3uo?. juwttk >n>?nr. - 3Kl?Auc.lS7t. [ ltond?. 13chOct. IST* -.? JlrtEept. „ " Wtt Nor. _ %. MthOet. I > 7th Dk. . . UtlkNer. ??????? -I ;??? '?'??????? <tb J?n.. IKJ? „ I?Jl??c. ' „ MMi „ ?. nth Jan. JKS I' „, Irt3t?c „

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Synopsis of Latest News. - (Condensed fro..,fie Jpaper*,). _ ? Sutherland-who escaped 'from" BnaBahb lockup whHe awaiting ins-trial for the- com mittal of robbery and a,woman, has been arj'sstea at ? ??; >., .".^i__,. ???' The Victorian Bine Assoefation's meeting opens on Ss'Bh?ay^next-'' , are to.reprexent the colony at-the" matches-of the New. South-Wales 'Rifle Association, will ? leave Melbourne Sidney 0n.th0,.22nd instant*' V"'''.',''''?'"'??''??;;??"'; ' ! V" "";'.':.'.."'' '~' A 'cricket* match between" the Adelaide and.Melbourne clobs has;been: arranged to be played in November. 1 *.;, i-v - ; ; , ,--i ?'? ?"?:':;? .:',,' The . ~for..Ra?ways, South Australia, declines' to 'give an esti mate ?f the cost of a ETeeC3" inches gauge by ? the Mount Barker route without survey, but safely says that the cost of such a line will be €0 per. cent, more than the cost of aline 3 feet 6. inches' 'gauge. .The .Govexmheut, in consequent formaUy abandoned the 6'feet 3 inches gauge last Mo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Tragedy at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

A Tragedy at Sea. A teaoKdt, about -which there is some . mystery, occurred on board tike Ameri , cag barque Oneca, on.- her royage. from. "tfw Xorlc ;io. Port CaMrabers. , The I Otago -Sraj-r Tune* of September 27, " says.:—" VVJien we boarded the barque Oneca, yesterday, we were startled: by .sinister rtnaoors respecting, fool play, in the-case of one of the sxilore named John Green, who Vats lost overboard oa. the 17th of September. One .of bis ship mates, bed, it appears, .stated, that the. -unfortunate fellow -was knocked down 'with a, belayiag-pin-by the eecoad state of the barque, and then fioovu orcr lxiard. .Before leaving; the vessel we in terrogated. Captain.- Hearigas, on-the. subject, and be iaCwfx??dt,-.iis;{faat be feared all, was. declared that he knew no more abpcriL the occur rence than we did, as he was below by the side of his wife at the time it hap pened. He had, howerer, found it ne cessary to arrest the second mate, and place him in close confinement." The sa...

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PALMER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

PALMEH "BIVEB. There 'are six thousand (6000) per sons still here. Another wet season, is just commenc ing. No beef is procurable, and mutton is two. and sixpence per pound.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From Our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Friday, October 16, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. rnaOH : OVX ? T-XSaB-FHIC COBBES rONDENTS/J SYDNEY. Friday, October 16, 7 pjn, . The Fiji Islands have been ceded un conditionally to tho British Crown. His Excellency Sir Hercules Robin son, took possession in Her Majesty's name on October 2nd. The Governor of Ne.w Caledonia has arrived eti route to France. Hβ stated, that he has been recalled on account of. the escape of Rochefort and the other communist convicts. The Assembly of the Congregational Union has carried a resolution affirm ing that the time has arrived for with drawing state aid from Denominational Schools. Yesterday, the A. S. N. Company entered into a temporary contract with the Governments of Auckland and Syd ney (New Zealand and Hew South Wales),- for the continuance of the Californun. Mail Service. Cattle are unaltered. Best beef twenty-six shillings.' Sheep are dull. Wethers are seven teen shillings and sixpence. The Government has offered.! rewards in the infanticide cases at Newcastle...

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Arrival of Californian Mail. (From the Evening News of Thursday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

ArriTsl of KaiL fJrrm- the JScenimo 'jffeav of Thursday.') The mail steamer Mitado arrired from San. Francisco via' Honolnln,. Kaadavaa, and Anckland, _ tSis inbrmng-. - . She brings dates—Sew York Telegraphic to the 12th, and Sen Franctscoto the ISth, September. Prom oar files ire take the ?fbllquringt— ' '' " ? - GENKBAL NEWS. The arrived, at Poa tigny on the September. Theparty numbers SIS, and inelndfes Archblaiop; Mill f?*lh?y * The great G<a.maa Sasgerfesi T?as held at Waterloo on the 2nd September. From early nwm visitors thronged ia from, all parts of ihe saimm&ig country, attd of 3000 .are in lie village." The eruption, of Etna shows no signs of abatement; The inhabitants are See-' ing from the Tillages st the foot of the mountain, bat it is thought no harm Trill be done. The direction taken by the lava stream is remote from the cultivated parts of the mountain. ? The anniversary of Sedan was ob served throughout Germany as ab.olida.j-. j I The Prince of ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English News. BY CABLE. (From the Herald's Telegrams,) London, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

English Hews. BT CABLE. ffnmitne SeraloVs Telegrams,) Loudon, October 10. | Tbe monetary position is improVed- The Hungarian Loan has been sab scribed, applications having been made to three times the amount of the loan. Wheat is still falling, the market being kept down by foreign arrivals, which arc numerous. The copper market is steady, and prices are firm. Chilian is quoted at £83 to .£B4. The present cash quota tions for. Australian ate £91 to £92. Tho'tin market is depressed, | with little business doing. Straits' slab is quoted at £91 ; Australian at'£B9 to £90. Australian tin. ore has been sold by tender at prices ranging between £sSand£s4. , ' ' The Aastralian mail from Queens land via Torres Straits "has been de livered. Arbivsd.-—Rakaia, from New Zea land, Angust 6; Superb, from Mel bourne, also Deer. The Duchess of Edin burgh, from London to Melbourne, was towed into Corunna, dismasted. October 13. The "Victorian Loan has been only partially successful. There were 101 te...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Coal Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Coal Mines. As ours is K>mcwh—t of a coal durtrict,-little inform-ium respecting the coal mines of the colony may not prove uninteresting; to oar readers. \ Next to gola, oar moet unporomi. roinmu product JaccnO. From the first worSdngof £* coal-mines, the.trade in this ??<*>?[ commerce has gone on increasing. TVlththe excepSoa oE 1&& and. 1867, where there w*s . trifling Jailing *??* quantity- sent <mt of the colo&yh??ste*aaj and sorely increased W resr, nata nowire find customen m ilmoet eirery port of the southern, bemi iphere- The most productive, as -well as the jnott ejdaalrcij , worked, of the coal measures of tbis colony is that of the Hunter. Imme diately Knith of Newcastle is the Bnrwood Cofiierr, t*"?" immediately to the north of the town, is the land of the Australian -Agri cultural Company, on which is the Barer hole Colliery. Then come, in the order named, the 'Wnxatah, the Lambton—Old and New—the Co-operative, the ' ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Correspondence, Cbntriiictioifs Matt be accompanied teitk the real name and address of the Correspon dent, ?*"* necessarily forpublication, "bnt at tan earnest of good faith to the Editor, it is 1 dUtiiuMyUi beAnrmc in mituftKdt mi ifo *+t ijf initrrtiiig letter* epnce/f any itpinin favorable to their context*. We ope* oxr rvltfrnju to all itithoKt leaning to any, and , thua 'rmpplj/ at channel jar the publication of vfnuivnt if all sJtadct. 'C 2*> tte : ' Editor of the' SSxflctam. Argta.J . Dear Sue, —Will job kindly allow- mc a . small space- in your valuable Paper just" to correc* an error in the report of the meeting held in the Mechanics' Institute, on Tlrare- . day, the £th instant, to hear an essay-frota" the.Ker. Jas. "WTiite, M.A-, LJLD, Presi dent of the Institute, against the"taxation of"" ;'sacli '- "" ; Aβ to the report itself 1 beiieve~ittp be a ? 'correct one, but not having had the privilege of beating tb?-*wie?y > ,or the-two .following;.— speakers; r am 'not ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. The Old Catholic experiment in Switzerland has) collapsed,. and Pere > Hyacinthe, finding the 'extrusive forces too powerful, "has resigned Ms'Genera cure. „ " , ' There have been insurrectionary dis turbances in Italy." Some German working men have written to -Bismarck, stating that reprisals shall.be visited, on Catholic Bishops for any future attempts <to lull him ; and successful assassination is to be followed by the death of the Pope himself. . The Brussels Conference, on ques tions of international law in time of war terminated last Saturday. The practical results arc expected to be inconsiderable. The German delegate was most prominent in urging extension or modifications of the Russian, scheme, Tlie English delegate merely watching tlie deliberations. Telegraphic intelligence from New York is to the effect that a resolution of confidence in Mr. Beecher. was passed with only one dissentient—Mr. F. Moulten.

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Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Insolvency Court. SCEKEKJJEES. ">7ij.lxam fgrrcH/ni>, ol Balmain, licensed ?rictualler. Li-biiities, £479 11a. IOcL, of, which £140 is secured. Assets, X213 08.6(3. Mx. Maciensiej official nssignee. ' William Henxy Eoj?ll. of Paifc-etreet, Syd nej-, late ot George-street, bookseller and stationer. Inabilities, £306 2t 3d. Assets, (£lO. Mr. Humphrey, official anstew**. Wflliwn Eowetl,o{ ITar?retteetrMacdaoaZd Tow7j, Corfc's Biver Bond, Inabili ties, £39 Hβ. 9loL Assets, jCI. Mr. Hma phiej, official aaaignee. James ICacintoeh, of Ciesceot-etxeet, Bsl niairt, doler. Inabilities; £169 15s. 2d- Assets, £4O 18e- 9d. Mr. MacTcwaie. official assignee-

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