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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

?n-.s date of the ;i-caro Pastoral and Agri' 9 cultural Society's Show- has been fixed for 1 Messrs. Harrison, ."Tones, and Devlin report | liavla? sold IjS he-id mixed cattle, from the ! station, of Mr. Hcarv BelL Castlereagll f Jl-.ver, avcruirUig £10 6-s. 3d. I A private London telugram quotes copper at ISs. per nnit. Prfcfce* and THOJEAS B. 30YCE and H. PEKCHCT, Soil -rroprtKor!, a; tteir General, Jrteilraj OSes, Johs-nrsrt, IKairHto-u ia

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. MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1874. (Before Mr. G. Jarman, J.P.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Singleton Police Court. MOSDAT, OCTOBER 19, 187*. (Before Mr. G. Jajulah, J.P.> iuxii. George Tharleg,' a drover in the employ of Mr.-' wV'.'X- Dnngar,' of MeoWfield, waa nrought np on. a charge of being of un=jonnd mind. ' Constable McMorroWgave evidence show ing that he had apprehended the prisoner on the above charge at Jerry's Plains on Friday last, on account of- his extraordinary be> haviour, which, led, him to suppose that he was not in the full possession of his senses, . and not competent to have charge of the animals—l2s young bulls—under his care. On his being confined in a room at Jerry's Plains he became veryviotchtvnndattempted to make Ms" escape! He succeeded"**! getting out of a window,'.out? he -was recaptured. Witness'took charge of the bulla, and a sum of jC4,7s. 74, which was 'afterwards found on him, was also taken charge of by the police. ITisoner assaulted witness,'and endeavoured to destroy his uniform. He brocght him into Singleton on-Saturday, and had...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, October 20, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. fT-OH, OCT2 T-ELEftSAJEHIC ;? COBB5S ? po;n>E!ris.] Tnesday, October 20, S p.xa. Haddocks for assaulting Dr. Beafcdr has been farther jrerattnded fors week. Tho Police hare effected the seiznire of a qnsnt'fcy.of spurious gold. : In. the case of - Botzrhe v. Bourne in the Divorce Conrt, a neyr trial has beea granted, to be held at Dai-linghnrst on. tlie nineteen.tk of Novetaler. j

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

Hatxhaony. A female writer gives tlie following advice to her sisters rrho contemplate matrimony :—Can yon find a resting-' I place for the sou! of your poor little [ squeezed Louis Quints ijc-heelcd foot ? I Slarry, lien, by ail means. I shotdi be. tlie first to throw the eld slippers niter you. ilarry, but listen ! Let mc whisper a -word in your ear. If yon -want to hsrra a decent caancfr, I won't say- of chappy, but of sii endomble existence, ' looi; TTcll to ?tvo tilings in tne zaan you marry—first, its great virtues ; second, his smslL iveaincsscs. Oac very pro- ' noujiced and obnoxious rirtnc, or one n-dlcuoaslj tri>iir.g- failiag- in a man, may rondev your Some an unhappy' one. Bat don't be alanacd; there are hosts ofaoi L". the vrorld, and if, .is I once ksard it suggested, a law were passed-' compelling forthwith every old bachelor. o-er nro-ajid-forty to marry a spinster ' over firc-rjid-thxrtT, depend upon it tlifl spinsters would prove tiie most-re fractory. There is ...

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

A Peculiar Situation. ';..; A. E.WHEE distressing circtriastattce ob" cnrred on board of the steamer bonad from Wolloomooloo -Bay to Maidy Beach yesterday aftexnooni. ? A-Vonna- mother, who contemplated a trip, ar rh-ed at the wharf just the boat -was cabt adrift and ready to'steam away. As she was stepping on board, a gurtle raaa on, .tho steamer' offered .to relieve her of on. infant sic held in Jier arms. TJio proffered assistance ins accepted, and the gallant young- man took the child; bntjnst as the mother -was about to follow 'tfie paddies re -rolrcd, artd several feet ireze placed between the ' steamer and the wharf. The order "full steam ahead", yfia issued, and it woe not tilt the boat -was ?well dear that the captain mis made to comprehend the situation, and then, amoved by stern dnty, he aTorred the im possibility of going back and keeping BOiiie , 300\ people -waiting for snch s trifling tilings as a hsby. In rain the gentleman asked, in tones of horror, ?what wae he to ...

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

- ' JL Co-Icnial IC&de Dredge. " - - * ?s of oar - ——- zu<x tbe strides i" ~~i=." arcintectBre, r-_ -*. of e:agnvs,"we — m 7 It.. ._ ".Ic ucv-r steam dredge, jrajt (:?*-? . t jd, to the order of the Govern. merit, by MewTsTPrlK ls*ttsseir& Ccx,at their rfcrlss, at tt.e,bottQm o^Bjrtlnrst , street. Tne dredgeis'theljii e^-el^con strcctcd. in the colony,, mud is irrtended for the Hunter Biver. ' The drnjenaonj of the hall axeaa"fdl6ws z 145 feet; beam,SS ieei:'S I SaeHia f depth of Jhold, iai r eet?-iiicnewy length xy£ wen, ctOfeetr tl?e*%JF?Eet£69>osta;. .The (aenfee of that vjjigtx,. trrmlawjihaffrkso inchess*~bcne Tha '. ""mefcet' girders, xnade.of lrrAtJe^lerrtm, -asrei M'"fe?t long ?"between ""hor ceatres, *3!hegirders are 4 feet 6 inches deep "a ceatrev and gradually ctrrved-to the ends. "the homec portion of the girders being watertight. The girders carry tbirtr buckets on each Bide. Over the irell there is a" trai viler" to facilitate the lifting ...

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

' Singleton IfQsikdfplk. ?- '' ye- lUjuaaf. Tbiio4?y. JTrktaJ-, ?BJ Bu&nzOxy, > i_ i liii'i <faiMti'i Tin r.iiiliir ill Tnadnj ?tlOw. '-?"? ? ' * --

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 — 21 October 1874

JLJTD Upoer Easier G-erera! Advocate, is rrnuT Wednesday cusci Satsun&ay f?-- , * . jaOSNINO. "-? Terasol Sotxcn'ptkm:— ' wX - -rtie Credit price is -J the rabaedpeliKt ISmWmOx term*, wh?bcri!ic paper is delmnd kijf - jSS?r ?? CJnengh pcit. ' T"r=M O". I._TT-"_ 23" niettocli vidu&r "^S 3 ~- wiTii?WfflJuiSiortii!^*! 1 ?? — ;?*?£??? Adrertjacmcni*of t^^ol:t:c?. .. -? .. ? - -s. Oα.. jjaeiaeeiCarfspcrri-jr-ner .. .. .. .. 20s. 04 JL liberal tlloTvrac r-ill *>c aide fer itiTcnlwrsontn fer t jr.Tzbtl cf c-Tsr fens; wcefcs. It be (jleCnctly Ei(i*?s-too<! r that, co'antcn.iAii;icd, aiTcrti-'YTScr.ti* wiU Ik: cor*.ir.uKl cstl -Jor tJie uirn.il raic. fccTe tn.e nuasTaer of Snjtrrtion?? ir<iuitrd vrriiien on tbr? rcticr. ? - Any person, orxlcrins AdTcrtiACtntE.is or Pnstisg on Ijehsil ola Cooi-saittce, fonnedor to be formed, lor bcx. pcblic purpeee, be. licit! pemosnUr iwpocjiblc lor ttw suite* The "StNCtEarOS AECSTJS nntl UPPER HUKTES GENEaAt. ADVOCAT...

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 — 21 October 1874

XKLSOBBtni JJXD CAJUU-, Bat.MthOc*ot>T..l*T4. Son- ?t? ?>ctobm- |gtt „ IMb Dmoulkt. T~ - . £**??- ? _

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ. — VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

TABLE OF AKRIVAL iXD DESPATCH OF ENGLISH 5IAILS. VIZ. — via. sax rBJUJcraco. bruit merfcr. xkkivk f.omxxt. * l?j Jta. ICJ. t . Mh llu. „ ? UAxr i/<3Pojc ..'. ??: jwtint ncssucr.- T~?l?J-.T-rth Ant ??T?. J Mon*r. ?th Oct. ISTt „ ZtlKtOevt. ? I ? if* Not. _ „ 30th Oct. , [ „ Ttl? tWi. „ . 17Ui -Cnr. _ } „ -ttlra.n. IBT*. , lMllDo'. ? ) _ IMfOU. ..

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

Bitten by a'Pig: TttE Surrangonij Chronicle says! —-One day last week a little girl of about fanr ycar?;.of : nge, the daughter of.' Mr. M'Cornuiclc, of Wombat, was sitting- on the y; grass, ? playing, at;: her father's ? resilience, when a linmber of pigs, the property . of/. her ? grandfather, Mr. ;Kennedy,-came feeding 'inxwmd.' The little child struck one of -them—* sow, whose Jargcpn>jectins tusks betokencA a great wheni; the saTagc:.animal turned' upon the poor- little girt and honed its tasks iu-.'the.' Tito screams of the little snfferer hronght her mother to her assistance, who tritli some difficulty managed to drive Hie enraged brute away. On examination it was found that a nasty, gash had been inflicted, and the doctor who attended-to the-injnries stated that had the animal struck the blow an inch or so higher im it iTotsld probably hare caused the chjUfe vxftWH

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maitland Circuit Court. (From the [?]) CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

H&iila-zc C'~ :?-: Oc-srr. (Trmt's ---" ' ".' irr-:crc<z~.j j "'?'"???>?? Ihit cots* cpes=£ ;-e<rt.rr£sr nugrnng,. at -?'tea. o'clock, nt the court iio_se? East -Ixatb-! '"land, before his Hc=or !-t. .JmScc Fsacett. j *-_fx.-tfi.-X Foster prs?ec---.cci ic- tie Cro-wnv bsnvstcr;: pr"o::.cnc were A-essrs.' ?"'iWTi TPtc^gTe! - .. sad. :' '"?' ? Jfo. Jaaies &=&£, Fbli?e ISsgistretis'of She Hunter, -we* present on Sic bercJics 3epsty "SheriZ. ' ? .?_.???? '-?:??? ';.,Uie- , Jnfige'B Associate, isr. J. X. Cope,' V sfsual proclarsjiitor: sgsinstvice cad ' jioxoorality- ? - ? I VjL"?iiiEess3i=it E-ger.e Kepo=iEeenr..o2 ??? .<jammitti=g *2 £er.;c tt 2\ctr ' caetJe, oa.thft -2rv; last, nwsi ? one ' Enoch. Stephen Crcit, -res pwitjxmea ted io jn in order io if the prisoner . ' (wliois.a Spmicrd, s= C b&d to be qnestiahcd . "through ia i-icrpre'-er) hr-5 jteps to era ploy ' counsel, itee i ? r,5 tjuc 'case -would be t≥; iirrri ...

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

An Abominahle -Practice. Ijr an examination in the "fosolToncy Conrt yesterdtgrj a. practice was bronght to light/." to if common iii the Civil Serv*ce , -(iast-'itr was stated fo ' he*); the attention of of the Crown onght most certainly to be directed. The insolvent, a clerk in the Department of Mines, on' a salary of £225, had bor rowed money from a person to whom he had given monthly orders npon his salary. These orders were Tcgnlarly presented when duo by the creditor, who received the salary from the person authorized to pay it, and retained snch amonnt as he thought proper in satis faction of an instalment of principal and interest, handing over the balance to the debtor—the Civil Service clerk, to whom the whole amount' should come, and whor-ha'd'a family to support. This, the insolvent stated, "was quite a com mon and recognised method of pro cedure in the Civil Service; the clerk giving the order losing all control over the mouth's salary for which it was given, and which ...

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

Ifeweastle. -reSSSSt- ODE COBS3XrOSOSKT.y !A -distvtk has arises at tha Catherine H21 Say, or New "W-uscod Colliery, "between tha manager and the men, with. Trtrtrmrr to the standard weight. The total rnmi her et men ' lc Tg4^*L^^?yp^lJ*. >bopt sod oostMone?cc o£ *t*~ lisifed number wae fowed time would ,pcpfc?btv_nos"be taffievHjfe.ftt.Bieet coatgigea; the xneo. the* ticy should, be paid foe as T*aS*ao*lm&*T coaMUo?y iht?tte plops; ?nA-flttfc-thei?jn>ciil.itJ-?l>eg-ior aanf ?pnm tatf we 2S cwt-Tie dcroted to the -mmintgn iise an ".Arryfrnt FawL". The .manager, <]bb intention, of not paying;, for any fcoal placed ia, the jSctoe. over 26 cwt, which he SeIKW4iiMA im-r*i? **?***?£ .weeh^-t, and .which is alleged to be somewhat in excess of the weight prerioaaij- ra?ng. The managerY objection to lo?diDK.:afcipa beyond the 3C cwt, is stated to ;be the, probability' of damage to the waggons, as well as. incoave-. nienee- '.to traffic The men, declined t&amp...

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

A "Result of Soyal Marriages, THE-London correspondent of the JSew "XbrJc Herald, writing to that journal recently, says : " Here is a good story, which has not' yet found its vray into print, hut for the truth of which I can vouch. Lord George Gordon, a yoang man of four-:ujd-twcnty, wishing to i marry a certain vnung Ir.dr. went quite ?recently to the permission of his father, the Duke of Argyle. The Dnko, a pompous little man. replied in effect : " My son. siitctt our lionsn has biien honoured' by ltcinjf united vrith the royal family, I have thought it :t right to delegate decision on ?H such m;?tt('rs to your elder brother, the Marqais of Lomcjgo therefore and consult him." The Marqnia of Lome, on being ctm sulted tfaid;. "My dear hrotlier, in cases it of importanvelifcp tliis, I shonW think right to ask the decision of the Queen, tho head of the royal family, into -which I am-.married.'' The Queen, on the matter being laid before her, * declared -that: since her terrible berea...

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

-orinjir TlrFxoxrrjs art rife in. l::1 ."-. serre credeace. tha'. >;r.-~ r::-: amsexstiort of Fiji bec:; c.-;c of the 'greatest li-tire :.r.-". lU<o'"?t ?massacres that, eves- <x _ - (.vt ?> that "Uoodtbirsty coTm' -?* i a i ' ay? taken place. From relitl *c r.'o-'m.s.tjon ?tot'ear** (JEvenixtr Sczce) have receired, ;*is?ilcarn (hat Meafc, the ciuef of'L?*"s, or the: Windward Territory, mi "Ttfi ; Thakajr,. tinefe? efcv the "--ThakcadrOTe ,yc?u-ajticgj.cafyanna Lejvr^*rr*ea?Ajb)** : "plot*which'had^xi^^^t^^&t^Sujx^ gationof the ; i . "l*hikambair and i^:\prau^eV::oS,u^Baat.' | '^mX"u^^s[?im^ J §^^^.t^S^&x : o.l j>7rriiase *arm^ f.'ii?i|'£i^ ' ,ii^cl-t,S^jicttta?^ "E'iJL, .;,'-He. in a-,tto and a s>tejancf. The ? cannons, arms, and stcarner .arrived .at Lomo Lonjcr, everything would bave been in rrjadiness.. Thousands of men from Lav Thakan drove, Taviuui,. and Mactiato vroitid hare been fchipped in the windward islands in Maafti's ve...

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 — 21 October 1874

? Correspondence.' Contributions- must be the real name and address of tXe-'Gfrrvspon-' dent. vitneeessarUxferpxbZUatien,- hai^s.. eat eamat bfgeodjcciik te the JSditor. 1Z ? JUtimeOfJo Seberie in. mind tint fee &> net bj mtitlina&letter* ? eewsey mv epiamm. fai&*SVrti't£cir etmtcxU. Wiopc* ?U -ceZttxuut- ottmtliovtT*<l*ii*f tvaxif,JtM£ rpiwiowmfoH Mh*Hrr Wif r-oervc tinner-, jclrettieriglt to ehaimzte all eimxtiimeble MufiuCyiJM."! 'ttatei*.' '-^tfiiTiuiji<wSKiiiirtr"~ "JurT \mzrticuUTW-rtvKc*tM*?lcTitoimlr **?-<>**

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

I :?.-'' : V;>'?:— - showing the value of each Investor's Share on the 30th September, 1874. To Salaries' - ... 25 0 0 Ditectora'fees : IS 0 0 Auditors' do?~1 ..C, '_. 2 2 O Beat ~, ' —? —- .— - 6 0 O- Adrcrtisme, stamp*, Sec ... 218 11 ; Fine* in arrcar ,0873) _- ,13 15 £ Brofite account ''... .—' 213 S-8 Interestdo. ... ... , .-* 2t 2 0 ... „ — ? ... '2Te.,9.,;8; Cβ. £ c. d. Bj amonnt paid in ppemimn* on 67 distributed rihaxe* 370 10 6 Expense fond II 16 3 Fines ~~. fl 18 7 - Do. in anear ?, 63 11 0 Interest paid on loaiu ... 151 8 4 ,Do. in ?near 4 6 1 <7]" r " JE6IO 10 3 Balance of Xet Front for tJie jear radinfj 30th Septemlwr, 1874, - Z278 Ps. 80., being at the rate of £S 10s. Bd. per share which,' with the not profits of seren former years, makc-i the tbloc o£ each Investor's share £~,n 19a. 90., ami the proepectirc value of each Investor's share to be £70 13i lid : the retiring valne ot each member's sharo being £45 If. ijd. F. T. Kobixsos, ? . ? ' - Secrctarr....

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 — 21 October 1874

a. ~..-.. ISTotice to Advertisers-' ? are puticuterly Tmueste I so sou r-aLtWr'fat*r.f ?u>* ?asefWm rrreP Tn~!?.v* ?,.i Kr,.iAj.: sTnarantee their hirtet.io,! in fH-f4,tlowit,ft: f**n', - Hls?t,fc:nsV- AilUl'S"-OIBCe, OotoberSO. tsrt. -, Ifotice to Correspondents. ? CC?B?S(pr>jrr>jrrrT!? .rill plene orarrvr that letters received sfcer 'ouro'ctocK in the afternoon* hntne dLttely |Kfer to tr,. .|aja of nubllcation. can vo> be Iriaertedin tbefoll<-wrbipb,4<m.. I*&^^ 9!! IS 000r ' Oar Accounts. jfTVUtI ACC!OT***T* t'f lb"- 0.-4 ntt-irter bavltie- been liff feel oi'lieed'O iw tur ua?ae|y st-ttlcnrvit „t the 1 jeuub.' ' ' - " ' -&o<ui.*itj? Aiwu's" Ontee, Octotier rt. l?Tt, "' To Correspdndents. Mb. JAmes Wkioiit^—Vnur letter is un avoidably helil Over till next issue. The St. Kilda. from X-or.-100, -wk;. a genera! c&rgo. Tftlued at £3r..VK>. arrived on Thurs day morrurig. .The total sirnour.t ot mailr; received per t...

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

TKUfPKRAaTClC SOCVEXY~ j'f* the Jryax.^ Srav-r-Im many; tnat-niym it has bees aUyr 'shown, and with- sac the conviction remain* 'strong; £h?t-tajeal-ahatiaeiice'from the nae of intoxicating- licjuors cannot be detrimental ?to my health; jtxaepotWjnjttrKmsv to mc <iniirr-woeMJjrt&camete?oes; It cannot be ahaffroat to any" of my friends ; It cannot 'militate ?K?Su?tritte.fc6pd I ?af myiieighbour ; neither i* it e'siinrfiie sight of Kirn, ?with vhin rttireitd do. There is; therefore, I ?confidently tUinfc, ao danger in appro-ring of i the principles which Temperance Societies i have espoused. On the contrary, X belie-ne ' there in much safety is bcicg vriih claiming trie irrtemixsrcte—n city of refuse into which we mny ?1U run. Qildc v,-e hr.vc j been hearing j—'J-cla i— vhlc neighbourhood, ( by =bic r-ppests to the pablie irra the j I'ulpit, the Press, rmdothervriae, \ of the idleness,prodigsiiiy.'l-ust, murder, cjsd j the nnineleas and iiaiumcrr>,V.e miseries co...

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