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Singleton Building Investment Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Tke cigfci annual oeeUiij; £?£ tbe Siagietoa Bmlding and Im-estment Society, tres held T t ?>— Jn?tiiat*os„Kon4*y ere niafe-tihe 19th instant, Mr.-Georreiltewtoa -in ttae eaair. Heats, Vα. roppeanagea. a. . f.Stacy; JL WadOell,X P.Qaino, director*, ?wee ?s?aiVbee ia ?? * ** aM - camber ?* 'jKESSieM^-'- Ihe Secretary read the feUowin B rejxwt aagtalancc anckt, UgeCfam. 1 with U? aeUflea. atatement ftxrjhe , J*** , emSpg-apOi Sepiesn- T?v IS??"- " ' "'. ' ." ' ~ ~ v - IST*.. - ,? ' - - , Tom'ZKxecton; bt pgifrfing tieir'Estt Anjmar?*l?ace.Shret>or the Bodetji lamt to report thai. a? *Smces lane 1??ea. ?oM: dnisn C the put jar. Bot thtgr- feete- tbe pleesnie to leport that the Jncaaathej- itaan aOojptad; for t&B xemsneimtzre enplosrnienl o£ the Surplus. Fond* iaare beea co fttr ntcoeaa-. ftdC that, at the termination of the year, there wacoa37"Xl2&lS?. 60. to the credit of the Sooctj-itttheEant Xoar Director* acting upon the sogge* tiontt gtTca in the 3?et yearly ...

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

Insolvency Court. SCEaCN-DIUS. OCTonni . 16.—Elizabeth; I'lmnridgc,' of ShcUharbonr, late of George-street, "Sydney, publican/out of business. .Liabilities, £230.- Asset*, £6. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee. James M'Mohon, of Bay-street-, Glebe, 'quarry-men. ' Liabilities, X 37 2s.- IOiL, of which £5 is secured. Ass*ts,-"X7 15s. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee. I Timothy Hennessy, ot Chippendale, broker. i Liabilities, " £67 .4s, Assets, XI 10s. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee* i John Isaac Williams, of Parramatta, clerk.. Liabilities, X6Bl 10s. Assets, X 55 10s. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee. '' SCHEDULE FILED. Willis, Lloyd, and Company, of Sydney, merchants. Liabilities, £:i9,-!93 (is. SiL, of which X 7964 is secured. Assets, X 10,947 7s. 5d- ' ... ,:. ?- Joseph Scaife Willis, privato "estate;-. Lia "bilities, XB57?Ss. lid. i*s7o 7a 6d.. Ocfcber?'l"r-^ihe'J?BVrmng , "estates-were surrendered L .-rr- ; Frank Hutchinson, of Sydney." jburnaKst.- Liabilities, £278;4*.8d. A-ncts,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Select Poetry. THE MAIDEN'S LAST FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

Select Poetry. _ TEST. ItAXDEPS 1-BT .FAKEWEIi. J —r-r—? .-* ijc'Tfor pat* or ck.k%sxxotx. ? "amm.V?JeisVil^stmamwmti* ymXavrtb* wamt ? Ta?thi?iJ?!-?a. ? ?i?fc; Azst'srbat.eoeutabe-da Uut cw? -Css, wnKes?r* sbc cant, -stars. x? lilisimi of ; niii'llsU .' -' - '? t "TssrtlssSw'swesnsstusrxelaWl?at; - Sat say ttastahsadrel of shavtofs jooM bfiaar, . AaAllaaua-?e.sae-a>s>iJUi?l))sir, ?Oh,wsss*?w?Oe*w, t* tWttsaJael* 7ee.ilwatch AaclwharrTlvimnssraaralatoaPS?tcsiiiisMs, - Tcwvetase* Oast they Us** narsosee eesssaa. aJear ""I'tgd'enaa there' sgaiast raeossnis"" '*? ' t lr*-- . ?It weald easer m? wrms-, ass tbeae rags, blesses ... t ensftj-. ? , - ?* 1 laaAMWaesallovewftt*SS.tetbedraagiuv' "'* , "Aaa*>av??f?Bdese.<a taa> cse* ?, I*-""* "Taess isnsnnes nss.3?t?-—Sad W -^esee'-taineae eojy of mloa'csipaoa. "Urn, war staaajaasjsrtaese-asvioucaii to the Jtue, Aad gaae while ssyjpases aeaie. "*" if , Aaa yea bam Wot a;paxt*ex asateb ceutrx aeray, . xTeesewruOsudby ahjsss...

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

I?'-.;? :?.?? PBorcrjumXoes. ??'???:; I To fines in. anear QB7S) < ... 13 15 6 Balance'exjmaae fund ... 4X 4 8 Interest account..". „. ,—" ,21 2 0 Profit account ". - Z4& 2 8 Balance .~. ... ._ —. 254S 19 5 *' * , ? " X2S6S 4 3 By balance from 1573 26*6 12 9 Fine*: „ _. " 9*lB 7 Do. iri-snear 6* 11 0 Entrance fee ?~-^'— -r '^t- 1 -' , ' " ? Tnunfer do. . C--W..i- ?.. 2 6 Interest on Io?t? .... ... 151 8 i Do. do. (in armu") — 4 6 1 . , .£2866 4 3 ~ - , v F. T. KOBINBOS, - i . - 'Becietary. We hereby certify tint the 'above atate nzent of \Aseet? and, Liabilities, and Profit and Loss is correct.' JOHX HJU.IXDAX) ...jji-— 3Uth Sept., IST*.

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 — 21 October 1874

The schooner.Orwoll sold for *"*"250.. „ The murder caee against Patrick Shanxion ia proceeding in Melbourne. It & likely to' last two or three days; .'. > A telegram ha*been?recejroiLannormcittg the sndilen death in London 01 Entiles Thone man. Austrian Consul for Victoria, -ana- a member of tbe firm, Large and Thoueman. , The marble, works of Mr., Young, in Boorke slreet, Woolloomooloo, were ?' stopped on Friday in consequence of a want sit water. It was found, on examination, that the stoppage of water was caused by aa eel 4 f set 6 inches long getting flzsd in Use water ptf** ' Our AirrzaoaCv ,"~ THE -'Sn-GLETON AKODS** - £ X M £.#'^ : £, FOB i*Tl* v '*- -* A wxli. be rTTrT.TSgrEn, rf -.*-?irtr"' TCAwT.T IH "DE"r r EMBS&" lltatCss'.T And will be supplied. "Business Cards will be inserted at Tee ,ShillingsCloa->eacla- , ,? -.-?.-.. Vj ? -T- IntonrTing -adveiUsers ?re' jroqufstod to s?>dinthieirfavrrrse)ar3y., (!l ,\.\ ,\*V-r SaagletonAryms Office, " -** ....

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

'.' £AJ_*itCX 8HSXX":'':' Of tie Singleton Building' and Xnrest ment Society for the Tear ending 30th Sep-tf tember, 187*. ', ,£p" ?i . _ > - xjgfa. 78f?hans J* 3, *** ?= I*s?ia aireer .„ X 2 ISs. ,3021' S 0 In advanoe ?„....... S 1 0 To expense fnnd in adranee -2 £ Interest doe member* ... I 0 0 Beserre fond _r ' 500 t> -0 Profit KBd low 2M6 19 5 £6071-10 11 Cfe. , , ~ " X ?. d. Br aaoDunt on ST distributed .. ?bne> tli *.., s. vft 31?A?st,?* FiaeKin?*re?r ... ::. ... V&tf 0 Due on loans ?. ... ... 2730 0 0 Interest on do. (in utnr) ... -4 6 1 Cuh'intbna? _.--. UJ -'.. -IWJje 6 j66071 10 11

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. [BY A. G. M.J (Written expressly for this Journal.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

The Two Friends. A ITtkle of X4ir? a?t AnatruUa. (*BT A. O. M.J {*Wr???? expressly for this Journal.) " CHAPTER I. jfJliratchingfox my Nellie, with her fold* - of glowThalr; Ita watching lor my "SclUe, with her fore head round and fair ; I'xn watchine lor my Nellie, with lirr darkly, .BfnrV** their silken fringes what laughing mischief lie* I " My dear, sentimental. Frank, you need itratch snd Trait no longer, for licre gibe comes iv 'answer to your warbling,* , cried tho merry voice of Nellie Bright, as-she came Tip lieeide tlic eingcr. He -was a tall, handsome young man, with. a,ruddy, complexion ami clear blue eyes, {bat denoted his Saxon origin. ?? Jtlow glad I am," she continued, " to find you in. such, good .spirits, Frank. Do you know I hate dismal'partings and solemn adieu*. Tiicy arc liorrul tilings to look beck upon." " How like each, otlicr ire are, Nell,*" ilie young man replied. He find tukou both her hands in liis: And then they stood looking into each other's faces ; ...

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

?Whj-wflIjVc-tllt-?T)__k , ?fl_*?W*r*t '""i 1 Death*. tbt?najwoe Into,Ji_bt-,v a , „%. -. r-ircn. J7?_a?__da?a/**n""i?Vi[a'"^< ; ' ii ' v* 1 '-*->?- "? _:..IhRereri-itb<innm-ic wla. ? _. - ? - ?Thea sear act-death, its peiq. its serifs; Itsoiias-nsss rrawi lassstar telife: 1 isf,-fl l,x*i~ "?^ae^ l ??*aEU-eee???4 J ;' *i Once, ia tbe-sHe?ce of taeuurJlt, ,* JL nteiaen ley w?k ereDVs of hEbt, blue eras esalac; osea wldei , AJ>t?iew,iri?l?e.Dra?r?le?-. " ' Bwasoriwwtuisad her wby she saiHej", wbstjlessenr thesurbtatue. time besnUed i ? ? JB&e sasMsersd bee with gvntle breath. ... ' ""Xnotagn"* fouiKl iv tleath.** 'VarathwasrAitas-Lerdark-huedltoieers; ,- T*Tr*—Tv*t; **""***" "**" k "' M ir l ' >*"?"??.?"-% "niAers the early dawacoubluev *. \ . '- - ? ~

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A Terrible Thirty Minutes' History. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

A Terrible Thirty Minutes' His tory. The Eas.1 Mayne Citizen- says:—Mr. Kylo was at a neighbour's house-raising, and "his wife with Iter youngest child, Trent to a' spline near by to do her washing. After being engaged for some time, she" heard a. scream from her little girt, whom she had left .at the house, and hastening to the scene, it was Iter horror io behold a large rattlesnake lying there, .frith its fahgu. fastened in the child's arm. She succeeded in .kill ing the snake, and then, tldnking of the child which she had left at the spring, hastened there.only to find that this one had climbed up to the tub of wafer and had fallen" in and was drowned. This nearly crazed her, and shcran with all her might to where the house-raising ?was, hiid screaming with excitement, called to her husband, who was upon Hie building at tlie. time, aud" ho through excitement, in trying to get,, down, pulled a pieec "of timber upon himself and fell, killing him instantly. The friends then went bac...

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A Brutal Attack. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 October 1874

A Brutal Attack. At the SandriJge Conrt, yesterday,: George Kt-kdale was summoned by Jus. F. Milton., for unlatrfal assault. Messrs. A. Kend and Emerson, for the. com- plamaikt, and Mr. Fisher for the defence. Complainant, on the 2nd iustant, was sitting in defendant's house, between f.eveu and eight o'clock in the evening. He went there to ask Mrs. Eskdnlc to I go over to his house and receive a sum ' of money thai Mrs. Milton owed her. Defendant entered the room while he, was there, struck him, and knocked off ' his hat, and then seized complainant's I nose between his teeth, and scrunched I it. Complainant was literally dragged ! into defendant's yard by the nose, wliich I defendant kept lietween his teeth. In cross-examination the complainant j denied that ho had.insulted Mrs. Esk- j dale either then or at any other "time. ' His nose was gnawed as by a dog. ] When they "got into the ynrd,"complai- | uant rushed to tlie tap. washed his face, | and then got over the fence to his o...

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 — 24 October 1874

* Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRipE-OKCV ]?? Ere* <Wbolc?tJ?> C&.CBMa£) 9tl.jwrdaz. Batter (Wbolttale) Mi, <Bctail>lx. 2i par IK Bwon Jwlu>lCT?fc-)M.to ed,(llrt?ll)si : £ ?. d ? ?. d Hkj- (0?to>> per ton ....'.. -. * 0 oto ? 0 0 _ nVbtnttii) „ .. .... -? 1 J. 41D 1 ,. cr??=roe) .311 O.( ? t >Uile Jier biutet * C 0?U „ ' .... * 0 Potatoes per ewt. .. -.. .. ?? ??:. "? ' ? 0

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Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Items of Latest News. (Frvm i'hr' Papers.) . Tbs :r.r.i! v.-hicli arrived yesterday '(says the Melbourne -t;r')- kroufht intelligence of aoae gooci fo7fu'uu hr-vint;- fallen U> one of the .".gents ot t'ais jcarr.iJ. nattied Percival, ?who iiss receiver! tlic vrciconii: news that & i-cnoE £50,000 hr.s fallen to him,'and that it is probable hu -will- be before long the Eari of For several jeara Percival vms ia Xciv Zer.Tfiud, where his career was not very success::!', aud recently he came over to" Viciori.-.. and established a news agenev ir. North C'ullinjrvrood. Zealand' Time* is Informed that* in caoswi:tnc? of t3:e increased supply of lftbnar, o-.vinjr prob.ibly to immigration, a nanibor of Intnt contractors intend following the e-r.Tnp:c of t:io?.v of Otagi, by reducing the rate of woces from Bs. to 7s. per day. The new arrLv:iU in tba.*. port bj tbe Adamant complain that they cannot get employment, and thitt nolxjuy -Brant? their services. ? . It is rumoured that Fiji...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Death of mr. s. Phillips from Assault by a Madman. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Usstii of Mr. S. Phillips - frost j Assault by s H&dmsa. Ix Saturday's issce-vre briefly stated ttsit Mr. StepJiea. Piiillips, of Fdlertoa or B'olpng, had died from the effects of iu jnries received at the Imnds of one John 1 M'Gaw, a lunatic, and that on Friday i last the coroner held aa inquest on. the i body. . We now give the evidence then. i adduced- The inquest was held at the ; deceased's late rerndeace, by Mr. Mars den, coroner for the "Laggau pbrtioat of "tbe district. Mrs. Eliza Phillips deposed thai she was the widow of the deceased, who was provisional school-teacher at Bolong. On Tuesday, the 6th instant, about 9 o'clock in" the morning the school children who were oat playing came to witness and said that M'Gaw was com ing. Witness went ta the corner of the church and saw him comim- towards her apparently very t\".c"i._ I. lie cught hold of her and said " O kiss mc." Then caught her by the throat and threw her down. Deceased came oat of the school and toll il'G...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Beecher-Tilton Scandal: Mr. Moulton's Statement. (From the New York Tribune, August 22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

C&vm the JVev; Tmrk Tr&ruxc, JLvfitst 22.) JBJu Fbancis i>. Mtraltoa has . at last girea. to the pcBlic the sts.te2i?at -Brhich. he refused to grre to the coiajnitteei It is the product of loag: labour sad coa- saltation with lawyers, and it is pot forth with ;.aal. sir, .of. r~*£*sb ;. Beemp to, -Tura and- dgeolafem. JW^h^mi^^l^T?berail^eSediiaaitflp pesred * stbizth. sgb w3l not Btop to ? "f'ff*^ , J ***" BTt 80. 'Ittfej t ; Olid' t% i t'linftistfliitfics. Jso 'grs.i'ely snspf JiK '?, yeiy.' caatip??'' T Certaidj- It is very far .KzoE?r i&e ? feax?-- of -Mr. or. the exultaat-pro*' piesies (tf.l^;enemies. The -witness, /who. mis supposed to ? hold the key- of the situation; leaves the posture of affairs substaiitlalSy ancliaug-ed. Those ?Brio believed iii Mr. Ueechcr's innocence beforo will believe ::; :t m>ll. Those who waited for furliier developments must be conic;:!, to Tr.it. :>, little longer. It is OTideat thr.t the assailants dis charged tls...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Tsristdes. t A Fr.iBKD a frown is better than a fcol's smile. Do nothing- to-day that ihov. inlt Envy—punishing ourselves for being inferior to our neighbours. To the exile from his native streams, all other streams are bitter. There is nothing of so much v?orth as a mine? well instructed. He that av ercomes h;n pissxons, cKa quers his greatest enemies. He hath a good judgement, who (loe3 not relj cutireiy upon his cwn. A covetous ajar, is 120 benefit to any one, md aseless to himself. The coin that is most common among Tuankind is flattery. Tiiiali alw.ivs only of the best, and the good rnll very soon appear. By over-sugaring of ail good quali ties, you aiay turn'them to acidities. Some heart. , ;, like evening primroses, 1 open more beautifully in the shadows j of life. . j A frlsca cacJiot be kaorra ia pros- } atrity, sad an sassoli '*i M 4 ia' [

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 — 24 October 1874

Synopsis of Lstest Ifews. (Condcuted from. t%e Paper*.) Bloadin's agent has ? ?witiidra.Tra bis nTtTinrrmnrmmfc Concerning t&S visit tO Melbourne, sad proposes to leave for Jtew Zealand. TJbt* Melbourne creditors of Messru. Peters, Byrnsrd, End Co-, feavc resolved to'accept no ceoEppotatioa until fall ift fWiimtMffi* Sα ronAitioa tsuX ex-— tent of the estate is given, > ?Wheat is ?little easier in Melbourne; maize firm at ss. lOcL; a parcel sc*l for.Fiji st tiat figure. The select committee out the O'Fer rall frauds hse reported. It stsies th&t the Department roles had been allowed t> be neglected, *nd that tire audit had failed; but it exonerates the Minister from Home for the delay which permit ted O'FerralTs escape.. At the Melbourne Criminal Sessions, I Jolnn. "WSlisrcs, indicted for . murder, { pleaded guilty of matiisictigater. and trts i remr-ntled for sentence, j About fifty petitions, pro. r.ad cox,., ( vrcre presented to tue Assembly 0:1 i Thursday cf...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

,.iei8BASi? ? a?? TORKE3. siatiira. ?OLiathSetabttllgH. 1 ABooteun.4UiOct.lKr*. „ J „ Wt.NeT-. „ " ittlLXwaalxr. _ ! - XMb _ _

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Progress in Sericulture. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Progress in- Sexicnltnre. I Gradually the- jneiir industry of seri culture is being acclimatised in' the Border districts (says the Albury JBanttcr), and m time -fro may expect to see Sir George Bowen's pleasant prog nostication realised, and the fair domes of Australia arrayed in silken attire of colonial production. Within the last few days we have been shown some very firto cocoons of the Japanese and Italian races, raised- by Howard, who is enter ing into scri-raiture on a liomewhat ex torsive scale at Sir. "Woodland's farm, ;i few miles from Wodonga ; with the cocoons were 3.!50 some specimer.s of raw silk, dyed and in the natural state, apparently of excellent quality. In the neighbourhood of Albury, ""Sir. Affleck is succesifully prosecuting the new in dustry at Glenmoreus farm, had al though food for the worms has been scarce, owing to the lateness of the spring, there is ~ery probability that during the present season the Border will furnish a quota of " grain" for ex porta...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Little Light Thrown on a Spiritualistic [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

? A Little zAgki -j-'IircTm gs a ? ??Spirifcslisif.e [3s5~os. The Spiritualists have Twea getting into trouble. An iicbotioTing Etrssger has obtained access io s cesrzee _ of de votees - whom he greatly Ecaaiixlised by turning on a bull's-eye lan-tern at a most . untoward moment. jSVoni ihc report published, it -would seem that dwellers in tie thriving town of Newcastle-upon- Tyne,- are not at all " too far north" to be taken in by mediums and manifesta tions. ' JSoine professors of the art and mystery of Holding communications with the -world of spirits hare : located there, and are, driving a..'brisk, business. "Whether any charge is made for admis sion we are not informed, bnt aa the privilege of entree is only gained by ballot, we should think the organisers of th& entertainment are not silly enough to let anybody in " free, gratis, for nothing." In any case, Mr. Charles Auckland, a grocer, and Mr. Thomas Rook, his assistant, found themselves the other -day in a darkened...

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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

' mt *? Sttoen to so MASxnr.; or no bect JJlX." " r.fi ji:kt, is? run sot ; ucr JLiL raa ends thou aim'sx at bb tar CorrtrrrtY's, xirr Gob's, isd Tkuth's.'

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