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Bundella. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

Bundella. [KIIDSI OUK aiHUKHl'ONDKNt.] A. o.ni-ki:T ni?tch took placo horn on S'lturdny-'lantj between tiip Hbiekvillc Olnb nnd. i-levon uf. "llio 'Uundella Club,' and wna im oixkv victory "for the.'latuir iti Ono inning-, and fortyoigbt, riiim td opure. The fullowiui; nio tho scores :— ? Hl.ACKvir.t.K.—First InniugH." : \V. UiMt ?t. Lnusdiile ...;. ~ . 0 ?f. Itfidford fit. L'Ui'ridalo *J U. \Valt.b." Sullierland ' 0' A. Pyko b. U. BMy .: 0 IJ. Bradford b. 11. Kl-ly ...., ~. 0 U. Kllii.it b. X Elsly 1 Q. 'Meicor b. K. Kl-ly 1 J. Hkivmi t\ J. JVuk 2 l>. liadfoid l>. K. Elaly 0 O. Stoekdalo not out ......,..? . 0 —. Itowland l>. R. Elsly 0 Widee ~„. 3 Byos 4 Total 13 sncoND inNlncis. ' A.Tylso b. R. Rlsly .„ 4 W. Holt c .T. Park :.... 15 J. Hndfi.rd b. 15. Klsly 0 Ri'Klholo. J. Park 1 R. Wnltb. JS. Klsly 3 J". Drown b. ,7. Sutherland 2 U. Mercer b. J. Sutherland 0 13. Bradford, run out ~.,. 0 P. Bradford b. J. Sutherland ,„?"? 0 Q.Storkdalo b. J. Siithoiliind .- 0 —, : Rowlan...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Quirindi. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 1 September 1880

Quirindi. [l'Kiisi Dim c?"ii!ii!<sroNi)eN'r.] ? POLITICAL. Now tiint it mny bo mud wo aro.on the avu of a arent political lmitlo, lliuro is :i alirnmiir.;; thu ililToruiit caudiilutos, aliow int? tlinl it ih 'thought ?liy'somo that ilm raoo is to tho swifl, and th? inrin who Ktarls enrly hia clinnue i,i coiiiinj! in fir^t. ; .Mr. llnnlny Bonnott, M.L.A., un Satur day night last gavo bin hearcra an account of hia of (bo trusts ropost-il in him einco the dato of his Innt election fts iiicmber : for Liverpool Plains, Mr. Edw?rd',Uiidcrwood, J. 1 ,., beirig.callod to thocbnir._ The long room in O'Jtelll'e Couimurc-ial Hotel was usod as the arena of discourse, and was literally hesiu ged by eleotora anxious to hear an expression'of opinion from our (for wo liavo not parted with him yot) well-liked and dcHervedly popular rupreeoiitativo in the House of Commons of Now South Wales. Mr. Bennett at tho outwot referred to tho changes which would bo ciroctod by the new Electoral Act,...

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

Crown Lands Sales. The following sales of Crown lands have been advertised in the Government   Gazette:—         SINGLETON.   Wednesday; 29th September, 1880. COUNTRY LOTS.     Lot A, portion 102, 55 acres 2 roods, county of Durham, parish of Goorangoola, adjoining the north boundary of W. and E. Russell's portion No. 103 of 60 acres, and the east boundary of M. Power's conditional purchase portion No. 101 of 60 acres. Last offered 28th Feb., 1877. Lots B and E, portions 39 and 40, 40 acres each, county of Northumberland, parish of Ovingham'; lying between Thomas Clark's conditional purchase por- tion No. 41 of 40 acres and Markwell's 1,290 acres. Exclusively of three roads 1/2 a     chain wide. Last offered 29th October, 1869. Lot D, portion 120, 250 acres, county of Northumberland, parish of Wark-   worth; adjoining the east boundary of I W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

L " '?? IS- Sli^^^B'D ,nt,;U: fan , u'. ?? <> ( P : ' ? U Vkl<s: .(:!?'?; !j,il .:,-. ?:,:?>:<;;! -?ii ?ul?: if y-"'iJ.B.- l rii1? ; Ia ?tao adsptefl (or,V??on.Tabte s " ?^v/O^l^jAjf^fin^.^'^r.rr'f'.V.ii,. ?ftro 2 MACniN?.for TremHo.JleopiilyjhaTln.,; the Tcry great wlrantoge of being sot level ; w ?tb the t?yi?, .joraprcTe, wlt,b WWfrS?!,. AUSTRALIAN >. elterlron\tffill^ififaotufpB.i MEBsnfc M 1; MoB?'Akd^Go.,lj.">/.:?'. ta J,... v -.u, 1 ,M, J ~„:;? iQentlenoep,., PH,tiis:.iin-i i.- nt.-j -~v .viiii.-i; -' { . Uurralitontipnrhaying, Jjeen called to advertisements insorted. in one or more ,dl the ct.'onial popers,. worded in such a ' liianner at. to le^ctthe'. :; suppose ?'that tbo linfldyed Shuttle ! Machine, roenuTaetiired by üb, and for ?IffioH 'i&Pitn l iU l aiile"BgehOJ Hn (tlfiff : Au?tralian XJolorjies, h'ftcj.bren eupereededt fey anutbW tf btft<HakoJunder nnoiber name, ,; "V(rfe r 'l)eg v t6 intorm V^(i ; ' Wha...

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European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers.) Simla, August 30 [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

(he r %dneu Papers.) . >?( ?l L.Ci .?. iJ. II A .fL n ?r*'?- 5 i S? f/iir9!R. , fi?..A'!8PMi 8 A '?teni$& Wfcwi'atiCJewfirpl,Plieyrew cin r -, tinning towards CandAliMi :' faraj jsjr R *eifyg co-operation with' General lioborts from ? the north. IP lie J the former Tnll-be-eble to: effect -np With Gofi'orol ?ftbberts dttrihg the'prosdht . . ?- c'? .The latent'Sflieial repio'rt'vfifom General : PrirorO?e stfttqj /thflt:Ayoub i Kh?n, )i ?iDC^.,h^,;,with,iilre^al,irom.,.'t^e city to eight miiea,.wj;Btw l aj,c| ti ha? moved ? eoroewhat north/wmsrojie is now await ing, ; the River Argnnuab. Npfprtbir/ightjt ing has taken place at-Cnnttabar. Ayoub Khao'e att*ntio6-iei entirely devoted to' I taking measures tho relievitig forcee, whJKihj&retfiovir rapidly; approeich ?ing, x \ "' ' " ? ? ? ' ?? ~ MyA ; telegramibas Vo-9ay been 'received :.by the IndlaWGtiVer'niiiGrit from -Gerieriil ;'Bpbort*', stating that hehac <'?cidrd (hat ? for etratcgical Dnrppsea it woul...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

''jirgns" Accounts. CtUBsbBIBEBB AND OTIIEBS .'. >?????! need to be onobs wobb xc-????? minded that many of the aooounte -i ?nt in at tho beginnlnn of the oukrter BTJLL BEMAIN UNBAID,. whilo Some are MANY MONTHS : IN ARREAR. A prompt lettlement it requeetod','?.:?? :.' .;' ???? : f*- r AugtjitSO, 1880..: ?\[ ? v; ?? ji -; - Uolloway's Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of tho mnst formidable and chronic characters have beoa ourod by Holluway's remedies. Ulcerations which have proved themselves incurable by any other known means liave healed kindly under the purify ing and regenerating influence of this excel- Ibut Ointment. Sprains, stiff joiuts, con tracted muscles, and giandulor ewollinga can be most 'safely and effectually healed by Holloway's Ointment and Pills, which can do no knrm nn d? r any ciroumstances. Neither of theflo has anything deleterioue in its composition; bom essentially purifyiog and strengthening in their nature. The combined power of these coble remedies enables...

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Meat Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Meat iJread, ?English Mechanic. M. SoheuiIeRtKestnek has discovered the remarkable, fact that the fermenta tion of bread "causes the complete diges tion of meat. He found that a beef- steak cnt into small pieces, -and mixed with flour and yeast, disappeared en tirely during tho process ot panification, its notritiye principles becoming incor porated with tho bread. The meat would also appoar capable of preservation for an indefinite period in its new state, for loaves of meat bread mado in 1873 were submitted to the French Academy of Soienoe, when not a trace of worms or mouldnes? was observable. \ At.the'be ginning of bis experiments, M. Scheurer- Eestnor used raw meat, three parte pf which, finely-minced, he mixed with five parts of flour and the same quantity of yeast. Sufficient water was added to make the dough, which in due time began to ferment. After two or three hours, the meat. disappeared, and the bread was baked in the ordinary manner. Thus prepared, the meat-bread had a...

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WATER FOR COWS IN PASTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

WATER FOR OOWS IN PASTURE. Foe milch cowe it is very oeceeiary that the mater for them Iβ pure, otherwise it Uinta the milk, and bom this neither good batter nor chteie can be mide. Where there Is not abundance of clear, running water in yard or pasture, it should be sup plied from wells or cisterns. If drunk from standing pool* or small pondi, the water is always more or less foul, or co stagnant a? to be unpalatable, and at times even un healthful. In order to obtain a full flow of milk cows must hay* all the water they will naturally drink at morning, noon and night, otherwise they will not give full meases ot milk, nor will It be of so good a quality. But a runnine stream, more especially when at pasture, where they can go and drink at pleasure, is still better than that drawn from welU for them three timea per day, at regular intervale. Necessity, however, often compels the latter course. Some dairymen, in order to inoreace the flaw of milk, stimulate their cows to. drink an ex...

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Bulli Coal Miners' Strike [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

BulliCoal Miners'Strike ?Bydney Papers. . ..,. .-i ? ? : Vt r OLLON,aoHG, Friday,—A. meeting of miners from .Bulli,, Coal,,Cliff, and Mount Pleasant at "Woonouna, tho clinirman of the district miners presiding and;in his opening speech ho .spoke temperately, regretting ,the dispute betffeea employees and employers in thisj instance. He did not advocate strikes generally, but considered; the present step necessary. He to some extent, blamed tho, Mount. Pleasant management for the present misunder standing. All the speakers adopted an equally temperate tone, and a triotitn was put and unanimously carried, that tho; men ou strike offer to return to work, ? without any stated reduction, conditionally that the dispute at the various collieries be settled by arbitra tion within a fortnight. Mr. Harpur, the Coal Cliff manager, who happened to bo present, pointed out that this motion was identical with an goffer made by him to the Coal Cliff > miners some days ago, and which wosCnot acce...

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THE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

THE POTATO. -Rural New Ytrkir. Oins of the most remarkable etatemante ?which wo have seen respecting tho potato in the following, whioh -we clip from a lato number of a respeoted oonteinporary:—; "It is said by those who claim to know that tho eyes near the base are tho male, and those on tbe upper part the female, tho num ber on oaoh being , in right proportion. If this be so, it is oluar that every eye should be. planted." ? ? ? \ The eyes of a potato male and female 1 The same writer (Mr. 0. E. Hewea) says:— " Any farmer can tell how corn gets mixed the process of mixing potatoes (tubers] is the same." (!) Again he says, "No one doubte that melons, ououmbere, equaahea, and pumpkins mix—the pollen, being carried by the wind, &o." The kernel of corn ia the seed —the ovary, in faot—and tho effects of crossing are evi dent at or before maturity. Melons do mix, but only through the seed. Hence tbe effects of croaaiug are never evident except in the fruit from the mixed need. M...

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The Victorian Parliament. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

i The Viotoriau Parliament. i:; Mel|>pQrno li ,T9e?dw< S.~~M.~ , i Parliament rc-nsReuiblQ^ithlaveJternoon. , Ib the Couuoil, after three .members had bcdn eworn in, lh < Htfuen' 2 mljournod till Bworn in, a imro number of rnomwero present,, .Mr..'W'rixop sat In'iho Opposition.. obraor.' '? A ; "."number of'??'?tiptibeii" of ?? -notion 'bud' quiistiA'tli wero givebpand'lAr. ? Bejry gayo, .notice of ecsstonal „ ordjors. 'Tho'dov'*irnraeniKaVi , A6Uco i bf'flift-: > - introduction atii-'fiefuim Bill,: and* bill to: 7 nblltah plural-vptingjialto bills fonthocon- iiY Btrhction ol tbo- Lauoefield'railw?y,i ahd tom?t( reduce tho? salaries: of the Governor and.'! Mlbitton.VvA liniissago. waareeelvedi from..:. ri tbo Governor-in referenceJJOipsymenti! ii; .T mcjtnbera, and proviiiiijp; for tho'undal appro! h -i,-; prmtion. Messrs. Uaunson and Mirnms;. .; wcjro uofainntcd' for' Iho; Chairmanship- of' ; vpopirni'foes. Amongst tho notices wns ono willi refer- nee to...

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Cremation. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Cremation. -Fountain. . . 1 With humiliation it must be admitted that with respect to annitary affaire, we have logged behind other European countries. . Is it any wonder, then, that?'?? the effective burial of the departed . should -have-been overlooked?. Quite. recently l?"r.' fiawk'sley Taddre'esed a com munication to the Times, pointing out the power of tho soil to purify decayed animal remains. These are' his' .forcible words : : ." The extraordinary fitness of earth to pull to'pieces the; chemical ele-: menta of : dead ; aDiraal and vegetable matter, and to recompose" them into the innocent end benign food : plants; is 'so unique and beautiful that the evidence of design can hardly be denied ; and this snbBtnnce, :; Bo' qualified' for the re quirement,: -like the ? atmosphere, exists wherever man and animals can live." Strange , to say;' however; that withtbe exception ofthe London Necropolis j this beneficent power of .Nato're'is ignored by the mortuary' method. pursued in ;o...

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Agriculture. TO CURE FOOT-ROT IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

TO CUBE EOOT-EOT IN SHEEP. Ohio Farmtr w [ Scintti/te American, -.'."..' I The preparation of the foot is juat ae ossea tial us the remedy, for if every part of the disease U not liiid baro the renwjy will not ctt'eot a euro. A solution , of blue vitriol, aa strong as oau bo made und oe hot aa you oan bear'your hand ia, even ior a moment, hav ing the liquid throe or four inches deep, or deep enough to cover all the affected porta ; then hold the diseased foot in this liquid ten minutes, or long enough to penetrate to au the diseased parts; put the aheep on a dry barn floor for twenty hours to give it a ohanoe to take effect. In every case where I hove tried it, it has eifeotod a cure, and I have never given a sheep medioine intornally tor foot-rot. This' remedy I call a dead shot when the foot is thoroughly prepared, but a more 'expeditious way, aud where you don't hardly hope to exterminate the diae&se, but keep It in subjection, iathu:— After prepar ing the feet Bβ for the...

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Monthly Calendar. 9TH MONTH, SEPTEMBER, 30 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

- Monthly Calendar. ?7H MOUTH. BBPTEMBEB. 30 3fffi\ ] 1 Moon's Phases. Now' Moon ...? sth ..'. 2.67 a.m. First Quarter 12tli ... i 29 a.m. Fell Moon ... 10th ... 1.34 a.m. ' Last Quarter 26th ... 9.13 p.m. SEPTJSMBEn. Kitchen Garden.— Thia ie ono of onrbest months for general cropping. Sow largely of aluio.'t everything in tho way of vege tables. Plant molons, cucumbers, potatoes, pumpkinp, tomatoee, vegetablo marrowe, &o.; In the interim transplant cabbage and cnnliflower for nUcceeelon j ?: water asparugus beds, if the weather bo-dry j'plant out Jernealom artichokoe, rhubarb, and ginger. . Jlt?vereardin.-<A.ton dahlias for early flowering mayaafely be planted ; place tho others in a molet corner so as to encburngo them toetart gently. Keep a good look-out for Binge. Groat care must bo taken:in. watering and shading newly-planted plante, M the westerly wind? arogenerally severe at this, season of the year. Keep all weeds down, and fill np .vacancies with herbaceo...

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THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

THK WAB IN AFGHANISTAN. London, Thursday. The forces under General Roberts number 16,000 men in splendid con dition; those under Ayonb Khan num bered 25,000 three days ago. but 6000 of his regulars deserted, owing to the recognition of Abdul Bahrnan aB tbe Ameer of Oabul. He has, however, been joined by other chiefs, and now occupies a strong position. General Bobarta commenced his ad vance on Wednesday, and expected to attack the enemy's position on the eamo day, A desperate battle is expected, un less Ayoub Khan returns towards Hel muud.

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails FOR SEPTEMBER, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. Outward. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Timo Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails FOB .SEPTEMBER, 1880. VIA SAK FBANCIBOO. i, i Outward, TLcave Sydney, ~j -.Arrive London, ' :flth : Sap!tember,',,. j ,20th,potober. Inward. ..... : : .':,.. >~.?,,,..-,? .-? v 1/M.yo Londqn,.... -,I- ;,,Arrive Sydney, .-', I2j&;August. .;, J, .2?ih,September. " VIA MKIiBODBNK, GALLB& BBINDISI. ??:?.... . '.:( Ontvvnrd; ?? '''?'??' " ' '/' ?'? ???'?? Leave Sydney. , ' Arrive London, ?' lllh September 28tb October" , 28tb'8pptomb'er. : 11th,November. '? ??. ? ? ,f.,:Mi/..i .-?<?. inward. V ? .-.' ''?' ? '.Leave Londoij,., 1 , ArHvo ; Sydney, : 30th July ' " I lOtb September IStb-August, i, ??.?? I.' 24th. tteptcinbor. (:. via bbiBb4&es, tobres BtkaitB, ->. ; And brindisi. -????? '????'? ?'= t;i'f r'-''?'?'?". Outward, ''? '? . ; Leave SydnoV, I Arilvo London, ? let September, I ; 28th Ootuber. ?/ "; ?:.?';?;.\ ?? -~.. ? . Inward. ?????' ? Leave London, I ..Arrive S/dney, jqth July. I \ 6th ....

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

THE AUSTBALIAN ORIOKETEHS. Thursday. The match 18 of Hastings versos the Australians, resulted in a draw. The Australians were 176 runs behind their opponents. Lator. The Australian*-, had lost three wickets for 59 runs against the Hast ings team yesterday, when the game waa drown-..

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LETTER RATES OF POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

LETTBB .BATES OF... POSTAGE.' Via Ban Frnnoieoo, 6cl por half ounoe Via -Molbonmo nnd Brindiei, atitl Torres Btralte and Brindlei, 8d per half ounce. For NowepaporB— Via 8an yranoieoo, Id each; Via Molbourno and Britdiei, and Torreii fltraite and Brindiei, 2d for 6 onncee snd Id for each additional 4 ounces or f raotion thereof.' r ??" '?? '.? " : ? ,: (Abstradt from offlciol Postal Ghido.); ?

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

LONDON. Thursday. .The Emperor William 'of Germany issued a proclamation yesterday, to the (Jerman army, in which he pointedly re minded the Boldiers of the great victory gained tit Sedan, of; which that day was the tenth anniversary, and urgeil the neceeasity for thoronghly training them selves in the arts of war, and added that as tbe Custodian of the people, he guards the Fatherland against future days of trouble. ' ????'??'" The action of the House-of Lords threatens to bring' about ii crisis. It hiiB offeuded the Irish by rejecting the Compensation Bill,' and has annoyed tho farmers by amending tho Game Bill, and irritated the working-men by rejecting certain clauses in the Employees Lia bilities 'Bill. Yesterday, too, tho House rejected the Irish Regulation l Bill, al though the Government aided in passing it through the House of Commons, and the; Irish party are avenging this , by blocking the Appropriation Bill. The House of Lords hoe also refused to accept some amendments m...

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SAD SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

SAD SPEING. Tβ* leave* will grow again, and h&ppy blrJi Find glad new iongg to elan above the noei ? Sometime again the wind will breathe iwaai ??.? ? . words ... .?? ? ? ... ' Among the blossomed treoi, from east to ? - we?t,;. -.- -. ..,...? ..: v ;.';?;, Bat ah, but ab, when violets' bad and grov; Dpou a gr?ve,—whenbitd? their muelo ponr ? ; ' ? " ' While one dear nest is empty! I think that io Spring mnst be Bad to mc (or overmoro. A Modbbb Jacob.—The .Phitadelphla Telegraph't Paris letter says:—l was reoeotly tola by a yoaag Frenoh gentleman (<ha eon ot the Ptefeot oi La Boohelle) oa? ol the strangest romancoe of leal Hie that cv? oame to my knowledge. Some fonr jostj ego a peasant boy who livtd on a i?rm seat (he town ol Clermont-Ferrand sjw and fall in love with the beautiful daughter of t gentleman ol good fortune-and poeitioo, he being at that time eovoutoon years ol age ttbd the yoaDg lad; just sixteen. Tale nee '"Claude MelnoUo ,, was so madly in love t...

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