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Miscellany. AN OPEN SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

?i^IIa?2. ANOPENflECEET. I - 1 '..!????'. vV-v- ? OA?otnniA. Maiob; ? Wodld ihe lark eing theeweeter il he knew ; r A,th0DB?nd hearts hung breathless on' hi? ley f . And i( "How fair I" the rpae oonld hair ns say, . Would Bhe, her primal 'fairness to.ontdo, Take on a rioher scent; a lovlier huef ' '?'?' Who knows or oares to answer yoa or Day? Oh,tnno(all?rkl sail, singing, onyonrway Brimmed with exaes? o! ecstasy ; and yoa Sweet rose I renew with every perfect Jaoo Your porfeot blossoming! Slid, Nsinro. wiae, Sing, bloom, because ye mast, and not for praise. If only we, who eovsi tho fair boon OI well-earned fame, and wondar whero It Ilea, Wonld toad the seoret in your simple WiJI 1

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHILDREN'S GUARD. An incident of the Chaldean Captivity. —Talmud. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

THB CHILDREN'S GUARD. An incident of the Ohaldoan Captivity. ? . ... ? —Talmud. Bx Titt.t.th E. Bass. Thb Chaldeans shout, and olaah the sword and shield, The trumpeta blare, and al) is griof and fright In Zion'a streets; and yet sho cannot yield, For still within ths Temple burns That Light! That light divine, that said, "Lo I I Am Here I" Jehovah—even yot—might save andobeer. a. Tho heathen stand within the temple gate, And Levi's sons are at the altar bound; Praying they go—" Oh, Jacob's God I Thus late, At the last hour, let meroy still bo found." They oannot oeasa to hope, while dear and bright In the bhekjnah burn* that Wondrous Light. m. Tha warriors aro disarmed, with famine weak, Country, home, freedom lost, they dumbly share Some desperate hope of whioh they do not speak, That keeps each heart from breaking with despair. The Light still shines ! God yet in Zion keeps That awful watch that slumbers not, nor sleeps. IV. Mothers and maids, driven from home" saored place, Fill...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poet's Corner. ON THE SCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

?:;'rhe;,Po^t'a';Co^v:: ON THE SCENT. ;J ?_ fenirrY aifiTebre," I passed by the door -light-/r> .'J:. ?* ShonVwifba-red' fittd cheerful **-.- Wlth By own dire i. r scented the'aisnes-rarc-*- — — %r^*o?-tH*?idiigift.to.'awan' ? *.v.? ntwretoblc Ctfnotbedep^vedjof..the smell. ,;., ','-? ?ton. another idea came my heart 'to 1 cheer'i' ne thpngM of my,,dinner next day., ... Mr wife Jon .'to 'tbat-'hotfsb': will go ' '.'...... "..' 7" ;"' 108-flp-wltb'the cleanng-away.., mdl thus, after.- V Jtomgh?d*?ine*Lond ball Belong to the .well.* for, to-night To-morrow, you see.jiveibomcth-ng to mc, Andltotuytnlfn'jjatt.gatf'li?W!;..;' |_JS ; TbtragUn! ?IWij!SI rSiM-Sh* iWf#lfl £ '{S. c e? ?h'ile they ate, I stood in the wet,

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Siiigleton Cricket Club. The: Tenth' Annual Meeting of this Club wob held on ThurecUj Inst, iho .2adl tuat., at, ,the 'Ciileilouia Hotel. There was a fair aUondance of'meiiiBqrfi.- Oft the robtioh r itaken by .Mr;iJoseph Kelf.v -,-i ; ; >. ~'<,Xhe. Sedrtlary.' : r6ad ! the-minutes of ithe last annual .meeting; "These were 1 confirmed arid, eig'necj; by the:dbaftm\rn; V' '!,. i -. t ,and the Treasurer's balance-sheet .were next presented bythe.pocretiiqr.'-- The ''? -.".','!'C';'' "'"': '. 'iont Ootcmitte; ia presenting their. Tenth, Annual Bo port, havo to cougratulato;.th? upon the continued-success that i jatteddethetr-plnyere. --in:,tbs prioket field,;,.. I iJThe.p?st. season haa been : ope of Rnusual ..activity,:;Amongst; tlie.; .cricketers ofV Oie Nofihern; UUtriot, owing to tli.9 ; cpmpo'tiUon -fqjr, the PhallengerPup .sented by Kichurd Waddj.iiaq., and it is a source of gratlflpatlon to yonr.Committee, to, >bp able to report that.. yoar. first eleven are' tQq...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Judge Windeyer and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

??> =-<rs .Ilia i...u.i. ?.!: ??_?,; (Judge "Windeyer and the The itaiftf epaper of jWhiph every iiberij-ioviUR Bubject'ia 'New South' >Yqles abould fed proud, and which over/-?; t)hejeii6dia''eupp6i't^-i8"galnihg> l I6V , itiolt ti ! splendid reputation by its fearless, aiidv&blo de£encu,gf, j £(ip public liberty us represented in the,fight of the.Press tq cpmmpnt on and. criticTso tub', actions of publip 'men, 1 btf they' jaiMy dMbe'Sd'preine'-'Odo'rt" W l&tf'potent ? indrvidiiale..i>Th(S etandiitokemty'Aho Tele dfqpAdlt duteniiu of ,the action.,pfs9,,<?yen.mg\ contemporary . during | the persecution, it; .is now r uuiip'i'goipg io'r.'coriscienc'e" eiko,"ie" in eiyniit'cbntvufct to; thu'siUSa'ctf anil fntllllorenco ot |Uo';rcputeji leading journal, to whomtho 'liberty of tbo Press seems opt woftb serioua montion._' _Umicterred by the jatticinl paalaught made on its pompapioa in . arms, (or'.itd eSpbenro of ttie i 'inieehi'evoaB pam...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household. A RACY VIEW OF THE "MANAGEMENT" OF WOMEN. (SIGNOR MAX, in the Detroit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

i^ttsiipi A BAOY VIEW OF THE "MANAGE MENT" OF WOMEN. (Siokob" Mix, in the Detroit Frcf'Prett.) ' When 1 heir a. tuau eoy that ha kuowe liow io iuauegs wouiuQ I set him down u( ouoo 09 a Bo.:]-saU(Ui;il viciiin ol dilunion. It vrne too enrae kinti ol a uian wbo- gloried in a mutilated thnmb wliiob he bad thrust. Into the other fellow's mouth merely to.Jet him know thai he coald not bo trilled.with, Management of women is,a fluttering fiction, about as substantial as that tag'end of a bill in ohanoery: "And-yonr orator will ever pray.". Women aro never managed, forthe reason that unmanugeability is tnelr -normal oomlition, Biaok is not white, and no sophistry can ohango the. unanswerable truth, though whito, in tbe absence ot light, is, or seems to bo, blaok. lo' r'eapeot'of women the wisest management is the abaenioe of management. I am not to be tempted into saving that the same kind of diplomacy is essential to the management of piggy, though, it is a familiar freak of naiqrai hist...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

. SYDNEX.UVE BTOCK MA.BKBT, ??' Friday;--. ?> ' 'The cattle 'market remains unultored. Beef ,ie 15bi 6d; per 100 lbs. Sheep are dull. : Wethers are worth 12b. : .

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CASE OF MELANOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

' A CASE OP MELANOSIS IN PHILADELPHIA. ?fictaty* Amricus. J ' FOB totne montin ? I'uiludelptiln phyeiolnn bu tied under troaimeut an tnf?nt afBIoted ' with (heroro dltcaae, meltaoslt, Iα an ?Kgra "??ted form. The oliilil wae born with a Mr A complexion, dark eyei, and brown hair. \ t , B'ida after birth he began to turn dark ol akin, tba colour deepening from yello.y to j ViffroD, and finally to black. Tha oolour wan nil over tho. body, except at tho : ; J<iinia, where it was a little darker, and iv tho p?lun of tho hnnda whore it wa? lighter. ".The onco brown hair grewaiiff nnd jot black, ??nd Oia'ryea alao grew darker, ao that tho lino belweeu tho puplla and tho Irla could ,no? bs diatiogulahed. ,'..'.Vlpeplto of medical treatment ths boy .Became none, and grew very weak, all tho ' time the oolour of hia akin deepening. At , latt ho became as black as b full-btnoded 'i.tatgro. ? Thtn he was attacked by oonv.ulelona, wblrb grew tuoro frcQiioDt and violent until v ihey th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO.] SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

TELEGRAMS' fTHUODOH QllBVlLLE'e TELBOHAM CO.J SYDNEY. Friday. The! InternationalExbibition Commie* missionore met yesterday to take step9 to suitably welcome Sir Hercules Robia (ion. It was decidedto present him with a.handeomelyprepared address, and to' invite him ton dinner to be hold at the; Garden Palace. '? ' " ' : : iSxtraordinarj , disclosures' we're made in the" Insolvency (Court; yesterday, by witnes?ea in the case of Hardy Brothers/ the well known furniture : brokers ' of. Oxford-street, Bydney. Several bills had been discounted by *he City Bank, and on mataring in Febrnary last, were sworn to be forgeries'. .-"-It ? was. further stated that in twocaflt'B the ? Bank wafl , apprized "of j tne fact by witnesses, who as prestimed makers'of the bills hod re ceiytid notice ;to ? pay or proceedings would bo taketi; The Judge expressed his : surprise that Ihp Bank -hadnot 'at owe communicated; with the policed One bill was produced in Court; and this i was at once, impounded by'h...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARKER'S BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

BAEKBR'S BOY. Bt Thomas Dunn Enqmbh. , Yowdee ho goes, that lad of years, .' Denounced by people Bβ " that Barker's bov:" Cause of his father's wrath, his moUier'f tears; . . * Plague of the house, the neighbourhood b annoy, Aβ nnieauoe brands Eβ breaks the pnilings ot the gardon fenoe; Throws etones at nothing, reckless where they fall; Founds the tin pan with dinning vehe mence ; And ohalks queer figures on the red brick wall, In style free-handed. He climbs tho trees—his clothes were made to tear, Ho kicks the stones—the cobbler needs employ; His whoops and yells rise shrilly on the sir; In aimless mischief lies his cMefest joy, All quiet aoorning; Sunburned and freoklod, turbulent, untamed, G*ts floe bis prosonco, pet dogs keep aloof; For all unfathered damage he is blamed; Subjeot of finger-threatening, -sharp re proof, '?..-' And angry warning. You look upon him as the village pest; Yon great him with a cold, forbidding frown, Or smile contemptuous at his strange unrest, And f...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. "A TRAMP ABROAD." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

pinnmir. "ATBAMP ABROAD." A cheap' Australian; edition of Mark Twain's now took " A Tramp Abroad,' , Jiae been p'ubliuhtd by Mr. George Eobortson, of Melbourne. It does not equal the "Ianoconta Abroad," beinir quito of a dlfforent stylo, but nevertheless contains' humorous amusing sketches of the adventures of himself and hie frioud Harris, an irascible old gentleman, whom Murk Twain found muoh pleasure in. tormenting, and who oould not see whoro the fun came in. Iα tho breakfast-room of tho groat Sohweitzerbof the friends found much omueoinent in' studying tho faoea of a large assemblage of travellers. :-.- : ?'?.-' , We used to try, aaye Mark Twain, to guess out the nationalities, and generally succeeded tolerably well. Sometimes we tried to guesa people's names, but that was a failure; that ?B a thing which' probably requires a good deal of We presently dropped it and gave our efforts toloesdiffloultpartioulars. Ono morning I said:—' , " There ia an American party." Harris aaidj—...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

trHB MAOISTEKIA.Ii INQUJim Which| '*>hi Held' on'Wednesday ofteraooti- by '-Mr. J.'W. BrdoM.'fr.M.vnifc'tlie reeideneeot Mr. Johtf Co*. Wettl&Ponde. ThefoHowihg ['eTfdeDcW'wnegi**!! :— :? ?:,.?.;:...?. :: !: ! Ann'Cdx'deposed that she was the mother : : of the child; and nrimarried ;>? the deceased's ?nnvah wae'(Thomas Co* ;i.he was about 18, : months old ; ; she was .washing clotbee that ! morning and tbo child- was running aboatas iiBUBI io'the charge of o little girl; pre ?'eently; hotseoing him about, she. called out Ho thVgM "Elizabeth, 'where- iaThomoe?", the girl replied; '"I don't kn,owl" the sister i of' witness ' ran' 'to the creek; a few ynrde i away rrbm'tbe house j eho did this because the (ihilrt'waa.'very fond- of going near the Water ;:v witness-followed her . sister,.. and heard'her cay' something about the child being drowned; eho saw her sister lift the obild but'of the vvater 1 /;: ,-j ?-.?i: .' . .;.- a eiuteixSf. theilast witness and ?aunt! of the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Child Drowned at Wattle Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

t- Child Drovraed at Wattle Ponds- accident happened at Watlle Ponds,— vabout'five bile* from ..Singleton,—early on ' Wc'dbeaHay morning, to the .little Rrandeon of Mr. John Cox, who Iβ known to many in Singleton as a timber-carrier. A'creek rune near-to Mr. Cox's, house.. At present this creek is but a 'email waterhole,: and in no part is the wntler more,' than 2 feet 0 inches deep. The litl.i fellow in question, though only .18 months old, was- apparently an ex-, ceptlonally bright,uud intelligent child. He appears to have escaped from the care of hia } nurse.' : 'n little girl, whdse attention-was .turned elsewhere, and to hare gone towards ".the ;waterholei,.' 'The -bank-ie a very steep r b'ne, and it is supposed that he rolled down ?this into the,'not over-clean, water and was drowned: It is singular, that, the child did ? noj ecrenm when ho'fell in. .Had- be done so, he 'mu'et have been heard by Mr; Cox,' Who-' *a'B ; w6rking in the orchard, on;the 'other sWe'ot the oreek.i.Th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

i .' MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. / At} inquiry into tbo cause of Ludwig Haltcr'e 'lentil \yaa bold at deceased's resi dence at Dunolly.by Mr. J. N. Brooke, P.M., op AyedneBttpy muvpinc, when tbQ following evidence was offered:— Caroline linker, the wifo of deceased, deposed that yesterday morning when she left homo the deceased was quite well j she, returned home about 5 p,m,, and bo whs then dead.; ho had not complained, but the day bef ( iro yesterday he said his head was bad,, but he went about his usual work; there are no marks of violence on deceased; hie granddaughter, about -J J years old, had told her that she saw the deceased die suddenly yesterday about a quarter past 4, whilst sho wih giving him a oup of tea ; the doceased was not attended by any doctor j lind not been drinking, he being a vory Bobor rand S l alUim?Bi . Selina Halter, daii?hter of deceaeod, de posed that the child atid herself were the only poreoos in tho houso at the time ef her lather's death ; he worked about...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sudden Death at Dunolly. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Sudden Death at Dunolly- An iold and respected resident, Mr. Ludwig Hulier, suddenly dropped dead noar to his liouao on Tuesday afternoon; It appears that be w?b feeding his horsee a few yards away from the house, when he suddenly fell doWn. He celled to hie daughter, who was in the bouse, to send him a cup of tea ; this want was instantly supplied, and the tea brought to him by hie four-year-old grand daughter. Whilst the child was handing him the cup ho fell back insensible. His daughter a< , .. once conveyed him into the hou?o and sent for Dr. Bead, who on his arrival pronounced life to be extinct. Mr. Halter was a native.of Wirtemberg, Germany, and was born.in, the year 1823. Ho;and his came to Now. South Wales more than twenty years ago, under engagement -to.' Mr. John rWyndhnm, ; of Dat wood, and were amongst the firet Ger maiis, who assisted that gentleman to in.tro duoe tbe i-yatem so suecensfully adopted \ for thejcultivationof bis vines,.which was fully describe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1880. "Cash Buyer" and Singleton Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

?ui?.. jtmutw $*eujj. SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 4, 1880. "Cash Buyer" nnd Singleton Prices. Ik '\ a '''recent' ieeue b correspondent, haearded. the etatomont that store goods were dearer in Singleton than elsewhere, Maitland boing quoted as. e better" market. The writer gavo ho details, but eimply oontontod himself trith making general (statements. Evi dence of this kind ie seldom worth very xnuoh, and can fairlj bo met by equally general statements in contaad."^ o The experience of ono individual eliouia not bo put forward as that of the whole community. TLo threo tailors of Tooley -street have been mado laughing etocks for sU tinio beceueo they com xnenced their memorial with—" We, tho people of England." Our personal experience of the cost of living in eight or nine different towns in £iew Sonth Wales lends uu to the conclusion that in tbe matter of prices Bingloton is behind iiWe of them, not excepting llaitluntl or N?'Wca?tlo; whllo t|m qunliiy of the ariicW supplied l>y locnl ?to...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER IV.-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

fPokfci. THE HAUNTED GRANGE PHAPTEB T7.^(am?n??&) Br "E:a.'O.?! „ Thu tidings arrived at tbe Grange in ttte end of Febinary, and were forwnided with other letters and papers to Label end her husband, _w ho were still in Italy. 'So Euttaoe Willoughby tho news brought intense relief; a weight that had b-,wed ilm down for many a long month seemed lifted o_ff, and life was no longer baunted by an ever-preaent dread of meeting hie coatin. leuuel, on the contrary, roud trio linea that told how all hope that he was alive had beon given np by those in power with a bitter, remorseful grief. She felt aa though she could gladly lay dowu her own life, if by so doing ehe could briDg back that of tho man ehe ndw knew ehe nad always loved. Added to her sorrow was tho knowledge eho had of lato tried in vain not to confess, even to hbr own heart, that Cuthbert'e warning words had bten fulfilled: "When the fket flu?h of p?jEion is over, yon will nnd the inou ?Bhomyon have married very differe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Local ft ews, etc. 'i rAf- a recent committee meeting of the Hunter Kiver P. A. and H. Association, held at Haitian'!, Mr. SI, Moore stated that the reason of the poor diepiny of baggies nt the late Singleton Hhow wae owing to there being no shelter provided for them. Bnth Tock nnfJ-Co, and ? th?r-q>roprietors of .tho Northumherland-Coach and Bupgy Factory had rrf-cidcd'iHH to exhibit vehicles, either at Miii'l'inti or Singleton until-shelter wan piovlded :for. them.. No action wae ? then ;taken by the H..8. P. A. nnd FI. A., Coni 'miltte, buf'it'iriay bo wcU for the Nortbeni AL'Hcu'.tural..-Association to-consider this mettef, along'-'wlth other suggested improve 'mentai'.:) ,;??.,:! --, fi+i;;: : '.i -?'? '. ???.??' < ~Mb. Qeprge arrived in town on Thiireilay ojWJii, and', took: charge of the. B'nKloton : RailWay Station- yesterday , . ?">; Mr.' Feirie left for -hj. the.midday-. aDd tttkea,chorgo there this,mofning. :,?BBVEBAtymonth? 'agp, ? St. Icon's, .circus ,'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Poetry. THE YEAR ARE PASSING BY. THE years are passing by! [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

>§0jteg. IHE YEAB8 ARE PASSING BY. Thh jeare are passing by 1 ; Wβ ywten, ae Itom en open door, v iitir p*ajsge tfcroogb Timo'e cbrriaor i giob ahsdow, in its fallmg, elopes' .. Aorcee the grave ol vaiied hopes; ? Tbe poise oi Doing slower oeais . Through Winter's snow, through Summer's beats':..'.-' Ana faith and hope ana love grow cold At we grow old—as we grow old 1 Tbe J*oarg are passing by I The years are passing by I ' Time's reoord hath snob pages blurred - ?With hasty deedj witb bitter word ;? Saoh sad mistakes mark all life* years;'"' We loaroe can read, beoause of tears; We ?cc dead faces on the walls, : We baar dead voioes in the halls, Wo loach some hands on bended knee, We kiss come lips we oannpt ace— ' The years Bra passing by | Tbe years are passing:by i Tbey carry with them aa they go . Tue fain, the sunshine aud the snow; Thoy leave behind-tbe drift of days Wherein each soul Borne penanoe p?ya; gome hopes we have, bat notour own, Sjme loves we cherish, not alone...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A Good Example. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

A (Good Example. We aroi glad to' eon that nt least uno Pros* roan ie announced bb a candidate [lor Parliflmentnrj , honors.' Mr. Julian , Tiiomab, better known ae "The Vngn- bond," has announced hiineelf for the Wollombi, the pot constituency of that political fosail, Mr, Joseph Eckford ; <?ud'we'think the electors will nof need to ask Jhfmselvcs twice who is tho more suitable man for tl'oir suffrages, if e<iu cation, ability, and n wide tpowh'dgo. of colonial wants are the standards t* which' they, judge. As a ruin, Press men are singularly backward in this colony in offoring their servicos to the public, as. legislators, although there in perhaps no class of men better qualfied for the position of representatives of the people. An unmietaheablo instance of the identity of Press interests with the interests of the pul'lio.ie now before .the country, and it is to be hop>d thought ful eleotors will not fail to draw lessons from' it, for application daring th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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