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

FRANCE- Bazanae K - escape from his island prison has been tbe sensation of the month. The mode of escape, *by means of a knotted rope, having; been generaUr ndncawd. as too romantic and unpracti. cable, Maritime Bazaine, to- dfrert un just suspicions from' innocent ofSoals, published a full and dramatic account of- the whole, afiair; only herself jubJ nephew, -3& - Sail, were> implicates itt ( th?- fiafing^to J obtaia font WnciyfaTioit, jby r personal in terces-. sio(t.-a?]r.imtig3da(tt of the 'aereritie&of bis capti-rity, Mwfanw* Bafeamv reeolvwj J? attempt, Ks Izberitioir. ,A. steamer Tras..Kred' at Genoa, on.'pretext trfa, tope! tO't&e.Mediteeni?eaix. ' iPazaizie aud. Kull.-were rowedasboroat LacTOKettejSrhere, b> -avoid" ompromU smg the 'steamer's cretr] ihej "iuxcH a fresh boat, and proceeded to Isle Mar guerite, " arrfriuig , about ten at night Bazainc had previously made prepare- and his irife bad commouicateil in a letter. Circutastanct's favou...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

Conditional Foxcnases. TBK following conditional purchases -were Bade st the Xsnd. Office ottThtumday list:— Henry Moore, 40 acres,' cosntjr Bnifcam. jmtHbiDjaixte i adjoining hm mndtHratal; w . vnschffae o£ 60 acres sosdA SScct Jct2r^ V^P l l ?rwi miK.~ Sageaat'm additioiwl ooniitug?sLpoxcbsse o< 6O sens made UOil?cceiaberilS7S. £M?. 'SwenawDzth,adjominjrthe ve*t:<CbS?< thirdMEditioaalconditional parch???o* -60 ac?ec,saade 27tli Febtewy, 1874. Ite " poeit, JEK 10a. Walter 80 acres, coczit^r ' WO actesnadc on tie let October 18T4, latioolioniKlaiTi Bepomt, i?0. Thonuu; JMg?r Burton, 40 acres, eoaoty th& eontii of hiv. adiitiosial co&dltio3ial pureEiasc made 2!>tfa April, 1572, and 19th. Maj-, 1870, being boanct cm the east tgr Ellen Ann Boxton's conditional poxchase sude 11th M*r, 1871.

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

The Adelaide Improvement Bill has passed Uie Assembly. The '"protecting" ctatis-j in tiie Mutual Provident .Society*, Bit] bas I-wca expunged by tlie A<le!ai<le Ax.--cjnJ^iv. 36.000 acres of land", were selected clttringT thu month of at Adelaide. Priatol and ?uldi.-!sul br THOIIAS B. BOYCE SB* ' 11. PZSCHKT, Sole Pzoptetars, u-axir MtcbtaT ? Gcrscral "Once, Join-Jtrert, SsCIMCO, fit tiS c 0".857 "4 """"?"? swi ""To"**, .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIA AND THE EAST. Ceylon, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 17 October 1874

[ INDIA AND THE EAST. CEn-osr, September Z9-. An earfhcrnakc occurred v on the morning of the ISHii. , No dam?ge done, Oriental style to SIr"K. Morgan in ?honour of hut'knighthood. " " ' The principal event of the fortnight is the water supply project for Colombo, costings £200,000. It is attracting much attention. ' ' " Tlie insecurity of tiie Gallc harbour Iβ again proved in the case of the P. and O. Co.'s steamship Indus, which bumped on the hottom several times. The new Governor of Queensland, "Mr. Cairns, waspopular hero as Postmaster- General. ' ? ' ? '? A canal steamer, the "Yorkshire, toot fire off Algiers, and had to be submerged No lives lost. ? An Indian expedition of 100 troops against the Dofflas, an Assam Hill tribe, conies off shortly. Lord Northbrook has visited-Assam, and greater encouragement' is td be given to the cultivation of tea. The opening of a road to Yurkaml is regarded as ;i great success in estab lishing an outpost of observation against Russians. Mr. Sh...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS, &c. (From Saturday's Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

MAHLAND MARKETS, te. ' fJrjWm Saturday's Mercury.} TBEBK has been an. arerage amount of bon nes* transacted daring the week.. 'Wholesale transactions are rather retarded through the acareitj" olcarriera, rerj- few being: obtainable either in Maitland or Muswcllbrook. In groceries or oilmen's stores there is no alteration, to note in prices. Flour is easier, though the price remains the same. Manse continues firm at the advance noted in our last, and is likely to continue so. Good lucerne hay is "hrm, the greater quantity of that coming fois-ard "being naw~green; bnt it may be expected to he more plentiful as the spring progresses, "There is, no alteration in the price of wines and spirits; Wheat and Flour.—rThe.local quotations have undergone no change. Wheat ia merely at a nominal value, as there is none coming' in. ." Flour, though rather easy ia Maitland, has not altered in price. , In both the Melbonme and Adelaide markets a slight improvement has taken place, and the "market he...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Commercial Intelligence. SINGEKTDtJ' TRICE LIST. Saoon fWholo?lr) ML to ?a, *lT O?MM(Wtieta?le> td. jer ?*?. n*r?w?i)i?r??i .. ~ ... * £ ??*, J J Zi£<££? " *W.?~ ? (? <t Omit „ V — -i ,~ ' ? . - -? ? PoUt??p?rcwt. ..--.... „ . ? O

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from 'the Papers'.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

S_mt>Bsite of Latest "Sews. (GmdensedfrmikeJPspertl)- :' The i_r???_w-.reporte the eoddstt 7 iie_t_.o£ 3fc T&oawis EJte,.5tt-Sor, of Kasjga 'icttfbie. '? The deoeaaed gentleman "bad been. JiBKnamxZia. -a:an?-fiiifar?yiry*t-te^'he-lth_. > Robert seuler at Piamboog, waa-Jd?ed- aa. Thnreday-by a cart o'vcrtaridrjg upon hirs. ' Sfcepfcen: IrhO?ps, ai Ifuller -ton,"iusar flonllmira, died from theefleets of araaaoaqtlt, ,-Jobn M-<3aw, a lunatic,iaxepor "jcaatobstteassudlant. - . y .~ The Hon. X. c*rrth?lanaL"3lr. Gootd, 'aad '?several" Sydney aldeiusen. acdved' at Gonl bum. on Friday; on a visit -to the slate qusrr riesat Codkfnmfioan. '?-. ? . , The -Harrncdina cleared tor Londoa, frotn "ferbbsttie, with ,!£?*> .bales -of the new clip,, <?sesc<Taeot.' The tim at "Warwick during laax-eceek SrironntfVttplrt.taos. * * ' - , on the; cases were cnoclsded. De Conrey "Brownei,"cJr?rgect with missppropria -tingmo?Mry'of a publto company, wscac- T...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Muswellbrook Bridge Movement. (Abridged from the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

I-faswellbxook Bridge Movament. ('JLbridyed from the Mercury.) Ox Saturday afternoon a public meet ing Tros held in the hell of the iluswell brook School of Arts, for. the purpose initiating a petition to tzic Government, praying for the erection of a bridge over the Hunter at Mus-rellbrook, Mr. M- M Campbell occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the requisition upon which ho hsd convened tho meeting, and bis reply. The at tendance was small. The Chaiewah said that every one, wonld admit the necessity for a "bridged As to their right, that was another question. Ho believed that if they had taken tbe present step in the first in stance they would have had a bridge, instead of having to ask for one now. It was their apathy which had inter fered to prevent them getting their rights. He did not think the district got its fair share of the public money, but it was their own fault. He hoped tho present movement would be more effectual; the subject was of great im- Tior...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Professor Huxley on Religion in Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

1 Professor Hrudej- on. Religion in ~Z , ,,' Schools^ ! Tht fbHowing passages from. Professor Bmdey'B "Critiqtaes and AdcbesseB,"** t**ff?wn*n?a) are certainly remariaHe, ,3n Tacrst" of the learned " professor** generally most objectionable opinions onrre£gioT? topics:—?*Tf I ?wer* cont peHeS (be says) -to cbobee for one of my <wi children, betweea, a school in which real reKgKras inetructtott is given and one without It, I shonH prefer lie former, even though the child m'srht hare to take a good deal of theolo,jrr -with it. Nine-tenths of ~ fiose of bark is mere half-rotten wood; bat oao, swallows it for the sake of the particles of gamine, the beneficial effect of vrhich rosy be weakened, bat is not destroyed, by the -wooaea dilution, unless in a fevr esses of exceptioacbly tender subjects." To ebolish all religious teaching aocanse yon. do not like certain portions of it is, in his opinion, like " burning: yonr ship to get rid of the cockroaches-*' And, moreover, he se...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Further Light on the Tilton- Beecher Scandal. (New York Herald, July 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Esscfcer Sseadsl. The preltcaiiiarr siege oi the iirooxlyn coatroTersy closes ivitli the publication of the statements of J-.fr. Bfeeclicr, Mr. and Sirs. Tiitoa.' Some .oi . the kcyvjj- papers, demand a ttatanrat from Mr. ; Mxralton, It is understood that that i gentleman will moke none unless under pressure of a legal process. His posi tion, is- s? peculiar and exceptional, lie Has beent so match the friend and coun sellor iof both parties, tbat he cannot speak -without ?? -violation of confidence; j & sritt certainly be ? satisfaction, to find j some gentleman in-this controversy Xfho feels thttt is bound bjcbnsiSenvtioiLS of' tHis" 1 nature. '.The investigation by the church, committee ynll soon close. It mil not be much more than a simple expression of the opinion of a half- j dozen gentlemen. The real investiga- { tion/ Bccinsdestined to goto the courts. One plan is that Sir. Tilton -will bring-a snit for divorce- and a suit for damages against 3£r. Beecher. But this is...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir James Martin at Mudgee. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Sir Jat_es JS&rtiB. zz i£xudgee. The H.cral£*£ l&x&gec correspondent, ander date October IS, writes its fot lows.;—'-''. - ? The GSrcait Oorart wan opened by his Honor the Chief Justice this morning, but before the business was commenced, a, number of the leading residents in the district assembled in the Court-house to welcome his Honor upon the occasion of "his first visit to the district in his Judi cial capacity, "immediately Hs- Honor entered the Court the Mayor of Mudgee ("to.i George Davidson) welconisd him in the nam* of the inhabitants of the town and district, and begged to present him with <he folio wing address, which he then read :?— ?To his Honor Sir James Martin, Knight, ?. ?:? ?.' Chief Justice, ice; i:c . ," May it please your Honor,— "We, the undersigned residents of. Mudgee and its vicinity, beg, on this your first judicial visit to the district, to express to you onr congratularions on your elevation to the dis tinguished positi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Warning from Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

A Warning front. Statistics. Tub London Daily JSeins writes:-^— /" A'first, warning' of great signifi cance is.given to all Englishmen in the figures of onr trade retains for May. Masters and workmen may be more directly concerned, but there is no person resident in these islands, or deriving his income from a national source, who will not find it his business to look tbe facts in the-face and to take notes of the new characteristics. Tlie tide of pros perity—-of increasing trade, of anga mented profits-—-that has flowed so steadily 'foryears, and that of late rolled in npon ns , with vast volume and ac~ celerated speed, has at length began to- "received our first check. The?f "fiare; been fornier occarions-, no doubt,, when financial .panic orrnomen taryrderangemeuts bave thrown ns sud denly back:; hut without any such start ling-or obvious cause the trade of the United! Kingdom now exhibits a decline. In.tthe'first'five nionths of 1875, we ex ported ..' prbdnco to the extent of 10...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

SUe Jtrttus. " Swobs to .so JlAKfCB ; ok j?o sneT jlvL" ' ' " Tin jcsr. Axn fkak j.ot ; MET A_I.'T>I1S BSM TJIOtT AIM'aX AT m: THT t'OljMT?rr'o' Titr Gon's, AJTO Tketh's.' ,- ,1'

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English News. BY CABLE. (From the Herald's Telegram). London, October 13. The Bank rate of discount is 4 per cent. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

English .He*W3.. 3T CABLE. (From the EeraZcCt- Telegram). "London, October 15. The Bank rate of disconnt is 4 per cent. j The accouchinerifc of her Royal B.zgh-. ? ncss the I>uch£=5 of Edinburgh took place at Palace. Her i IJoyal Ejsrhncss aaa a son. j The King-sb-ridg?, ship, 1498 tons, Iwaiid from London to Sj-dne—, crime into collision rnt3] fee' Caudal::!!", zud fonudersd off t'jo Lizard, eav.n:r.g the Joss of ten lives. The Cand=h=r, I*l3 tons, T7cict was bound for Melbourne, returned to S'aJinoutn daraagad- The VTindsoT Castle, from Sydney August '2, bound for London, put into Salii.i ander jury inr.sts--, and ttss then. £n a ;ea!-T7 condition. OChc ilitiilSo .I'arrc Pl:tco,. DOi'i sover eigns, 151 subscribers, was by plebwa. The iblloTTiag , horses "wcro ?Disced-:— Sir. T, Brora's b. c.Plebian -:-" ... 1 Lord Dajplin's tr. f. Per Sβ 2 [ toe Desrwctsir, h&re rr.;-c£ terr- r-y.-rr;: ; I -two fozQM&, sxd C3e fir I~cir.rir_ - 'j I- ~; ??:,??-' .Zjjadea, October...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Important News from New Caledomic. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

-v'-;__riport?nt ?News from -few - .*uS£GCLO*2X£i. By the Egrnont from "Somaes, w here ?files of the tter.itettr tip to the 7th in stant. The most iruportoit news Is tho racal!'of- M. de la Jlichcrie frcci the government of the isjsnet;. M. de la Richerie publishes the foliovitg . i il." j&fo'niteur .?— '* The G6v*bfrtbrr~<!* , ;"e: o." the N.-.\al Division makes knoiri. to e 1 ! t*. n : er vices of the colony, thtt be has roieiied to-day fay the Sendre, in tl.c afttrnooii, tlie faUovring telegram: * Paris, 10th September, 1874.—The Minister to M. de la Richerie.—By decree dated this day, Colonel Alleyron is called io replace yonua'she Government of "Sew Caledo nia.'. Remit to him. immediately your furrctionSj-aTtdrebirn at once to Sydney, anil from there depart for' France.* """""he ixrentony of reception, and instal lation" of M. AUcyron took place -at Govertarrent House*,' and,' on office; the new Governor published, "the "following bulletin and copy of telegra...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21, 1874. Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

<Ji<Tl'0?KI4 "Jl. 1S74. # {;[T5 t <?r^i?i ,f ' r, -* J, <??*-'' * ' It is retnarfchbk" howrfew aris the njeii who, hi- iif>vriiu-nt<i f<f>r lb*' public wel fare, thoroughly appreciatethe, valne of co-operation.' However agreed iiien way l>" n? t<> llir iicct-skily of a certain, object, they ?*<???!? td lose, sight <>f tin/ importance of unanimity ??? :l condition of succt'Kii hicarrying it. out. TiunijUh,_ no ilws.ru iiion in mutters of ojiiitwat agree with e:??-h other tit every ]<arti<*i lar, yet, their |M>int? ?f dilViTcncu IK-ijig frequently rery trivial, it in ?ln.nge u> find them unwilling to waive theM- in | favour of n common ground <>f agree- | mend. . Alany examples, of this might I be cito'l not only in religion, but in ! politic.-! ami in tire cnniitinii affairs of life In the ctrvuftiscribml limits of the , metropoli...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

BKISBA^'3. A. motion mzdc to . sirFke Henjy j Mil ford off ths Rolls for mfscpndact r?- j suited ia his being fined tiventy pounds j and costs. I

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 — 21 October 1874

Local and General News. The WiianiER. — Warm weather un brnfean.'br any showers,, still continues. The thermometer stood at 1T0 dcgrces'm the" snn on Monduv la?t. The niglitu, however, nrC- cool 4Oid plcaeatit.,? .BainKis-much wanted, a fact plainly nitesCc'l' "by-' the low; ?<?te of th? ? "EinucATioN; Vt^Rtsrjpiox.^— Acbpy jpl .'*." pamphlet, K-aring: ; tlra ; snggeiftiT? title); printed by ' Mr," '.if.fi/bn Kcrgufottj .G*<wxe-!: utreet,Sydney.-' und published anonymously-,; i? before* <14- The work! is dedicated to the roirnf* men of Aostralia, a?d : from * hasty Klatico over ,iVS£' i 8 p! V? 1; w o^kf^SSK^ , " ,lin pn?:h . cUxlicu't ton 'lKrcxirapllmeut '-'is. "paid to thiwc young mull. On the; contrary, thft fact of the suthor's having m addressedhinvr iwtf,. puttiiijj Xorth suclj i>emicitra?-irfe:?it'aa h<?,' d<Hr% - devoid "if nil. 1-easpn'. ap<i commpn, nenstv xliows. very plainly that he takes them fora gen...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

SlBL.BOTtJ35fE/ ! Shannon lic:3 been acijaifcteii of tho i ilornin.-gtoa murder. j

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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