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Marriage of a Gentleman with a Gipsy. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

The ?Kbrrregisn pr.per? crs j.uu ' of s marriage recently C'S\c'otz.'cou betwees an. Eriglisk gc=ilo=icii i-ii:1 & gipsy girl bearing the name of Ssacralda. The gentleman Is 3lr. Eabert Smith, de scribed as a lastdcrrr.er in Shropshire, and who, some thxi ago, made himself known in literature by a clever book en titled " Tent Life with English Gipsies in l-Torrfny," dedicated to King Charles XIV. of Sweden and Norway. Mr. Smith has spent several sTimmerE in Norway following a tribe of gipsies,. wandering on foot through valleys and over mountains, carrying tents and pro visions with him on the back of donkeys, and leading a most original vagabond life. Esmeralda was born on his estate in Shropshire. She is, the Norwegian papers stato, very handsome, a perfect type of the peculiar beauty of her race, of the sweetest temper, and richly gifted from the hands of nature. The last months she has pissed in a Norwegian family, taking lessons in language and music, and lias astonishe...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Celebrated Persons. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Death of Celebrated Persons. ! A* English journal s.-iya :—Wo havo i to record the passing- iiway of "-ewrcil | men.' " fnlly ripe " and full of honours, I dnring the past month. Kenny j ileadovrs— most delighting of Shako- \ spcriaa illustrators, -nrhoso." head " jmd " tail" pieces—take those of the" ing,of the Shrew", as an. instance—tell the story of the pl.ty far more plainly tliaivmaay people V^ad ' St—has died "afr tlio agepfeig-ht-seren. 'lie iiaW almost , beeii forgottea of .late, 'but liis woiiia fiv?!> afterTliim. Another Tcteran, -who had done liis -work and retired in peace oa its * proceeds, has al'sn. joined the* majority. Xotmany- alivo now rancm berOic'''lnfant Eoscius." Keniblo con- | ? to be'jealous ot" the lad. j ; ilacready^—father of the -Jlacrcailj— ! taaght him; Williiam Charles Mncready plkycd Tritli him jis a boy ; Booth knew ? him, so did tho eliior' ivonn, bnt tbc : ?memory of Yhe roan i'acle<! Uai;r ago. Ncvertbeless, Henry Betty -was "in, t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1874. The Cession of Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

SATUa?AT. OCTOBEK 24, 1874. ?Kite C???to?* or FIJI. Aftkr junch coqnetSng extending & ecritis of years, a final alliance line "beta bronght about between Fiji and Great--Britain. On ? union so long deeired end needed, wo- feel there is junt cause to rejoice both in the interests of the empire sod in! those of the islands now become a part of it.. Despite the objections urged by certain politicians against the extension of oar colonial responsibilities, addition?; to the empire under many conditions are not only in evitable, bnt are eren prudent and neces sary, when the- welfare and security of other important colonies are largely concerned in the saattcr. For years past have argument* been used and means employed in this colony and else where to show to the English Govern ment that. ihe incorporation of these islands would bn for the benefit of the mother country ; bnt the representatinjw made; while slr. G£a?btoxe was at the helm of the State, foil upon deafness, ? and were...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England Education Defence Association. (From the Evening News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Church of "=-:c::d Zch;cE^:cs- (Fro:n. the £~~i- c JTrwj.) ing in Christ Church schobiroois, to ap point a local coiaiaittec in aid of the above ossociiitioii- ' ?'The threatening Rspcct of the -weather, %t the time appointed fox the Electing, ?aid 'doubt, deterred many persons from feeing present yih.o s.-yrapatidsed fritk its object ; as it was tlierc -svas a fair attend snee. .The chair was taken by the Key. ?; Canon Tidal, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Alex ander Stuart was present. After prayer, the 'cEairman requested Sir. Stuart to ; state/the-objects of the association. '?'"? Mr. Stuart, after adverting to the controversy -which had appeared in the newspapers, end endeavouring to sho-7 j that the term " national" could fairly | be assumed by the league, while it es- | sentially belonged to the existing system of public education, proceeded to prove that the latter was also comprehensive in its adoptability-, and comparatively ecputable in. its incidence of taxation. in bia next comment ...

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 — 24 October 1874

Local and General News. ? TH* WBATinsB.—Since wertncadnj- lart* the weather has been cloudj- ???1 dull, and the temperature ha? been much loirer. Baia ha? several times threatened, hut hitherto none of any cohseiruence has. fallen. The former part of yesterday afternoon was very warm, hut a thunderstorm subsequently occurred in the vicinity of- Patrick's Plains, which cooled tbe atmosphere considerably.: Some slight showers fell, which afterwards gave place to a steady soaking rain, calculaii ted to be very beneficial to the district. v PrroiJc public meeting in connexion with the Sons of Temperance, its announced to be held on Monday evening next, at the Mechanics* Institute. Some of the hirdiest officers of the Order wilt be pre sent. Admission "afreekto all who choose to attend." fjce ; advertisement.'-..' Cask of JfnarJOJO>Ur'.—-We have received information' of a case of aticking-up which occurred on Tnesday night last, both the" robber and his victim being boy*, the forjaer ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

T rx ~~ ' ? Here ias S-ecc a terriSc !r-zrricano in ? 'Englsnd. ? Great bas been Cone to the rjaiwsye, telegraph lines csd e;i:p- *ping- „ ~ . The Gerraa-a "_rigr.ic nas forcibly levied a- iadcm-r'tr i:port the '"*S:avigatc.r*E Iclinds fbr_gr"eTar:ccs 'a 'fiicted npo-: r- Gcrr-i.- cS.z-.iti.

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. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1874. (Before ME[?]. H. W. Swayne, J.P., REMOVAL OF LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

Singleton. Police _Go:nrc. KBIDAT, GCTCB32. i'i, I57t, E. "". STTiSKT, . ? end G. J f r, v " ???", J J , .) Bgi'crj.1. or Z.ZC3TTX. _ The eppliestioa c£ ZTrjaacis for the reatoral of fcis publicsa's license held, lor the AnstTElias. Hotel, ?\~cI2o=ibi-street ) -Brofcc, to hie new i= EIr;jletc2-cta!ei, is tfc? cczz- tcTCihip, was till Toea- i

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 — 24 October 1874

? MBLBC Unis iij. .. Iα the legislative Assembly . tlie icioSoa for Srmd-r freedom hcs boea ?iajonrncd tSl Tces-isj-. it is cs .eeeied there wul be a ef tsro to oae sgshist it.

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 — 24 October 1874

i \ —? ; Sore mirriicr? take flxa ia U?y r.r.d Xpril (r.ot ea tha Jit ot Arvi!) ti?n any oitrcosa oi tbe year, ss rr.7 tie ot M;!a:;err. arwl ("reyrraTiVsrs. r.ro tb"Tf:orc no-i r-iplojM ct lbs time spolira ot trjsn at -,i;y e:!;..r. 13. it to note, -.flule on. shls snt'icct. tl;ut. the principal r.nd dresnvsVers . reccjnire tbe "Hcti-.o Ss-wiaj itacMiss-as-tbs most sultab'.s either tor rfvorx ordarabilitr, 1: reaieq the "oci-<titcrj, they'CrKl, aad will hem, tell, b:n.l, ccri, l.nda, seara, tr.Tr, Taate,. iCEMtitch. gnt*:rr ar.a sew on nt tr.c t;rre. Ttie " Horte Srmttle" is the ch-.-.pe--i oC nil Ifaihiriej, and !i also t&s I rr.D-.t e;-cint,si=ip>. a--,dcun;7act; ii TTillsewarrrlluas; ? i Ciiiam.— nearij enjored tr.- or ii; 3 cct ; ca t-ifesTJecf the At;a.u";c Ta-day. aafcuar thy tizrs c* 1? ir.troduciicn, UDOr-l-ao WOI-rWe AROIIiTIC ScnrsDAil tai€3 the lead of every otitr .tonic s=i eiuretic ia th-3 of tbe Saver, it-, ir.vz-srsticr die orrsas its tx:rsi:[!:...

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

Singleton Po3t Office. Xrffe team for the S-mt*. &— *? ?**??y. ?*??£?£ Brain Vv*.V*UtoM. X-tg*^ tew. ?iei?)?Ol?JPK£ ud lUxrarandi. ??<tay, Tso**, wfifc-'S Tb?wfcT. ri*l?y. ?">* fc^">?-r c ?J? ? ??tj ?? tet?r4?T eTvntlre ?£ 5 pjn- fur Auad?> T?-TM?'?n*-roc*wV:l?. ?? -Tmmamr, Tbmwtmf,taie, r?i?iiiSii ?iif?rti in ? . X* Bwttf* Stat, *??. Brook; ?dOWnaooBrooki?o T? TtililtMii.il lit r-" —?->—*-y ~r,- KMu. - . - ,

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 — 24 October 1874

xjpper H"ssster Several Advocate, ?' .--jsrsseaaeisia"?' S-s"-ssstSs.3r. Xerras cf f-a*jecri^":ca:— ?_. veer (la tdvasre), rcTsile rcarbe-.-ly .. £1 Js. , do. (credit) Si St. ?ar The Credit price is charsei if the S3 recriptjoa htnot paid dnrlns *-"* te* couth oi tie n?rter. Tfle iiowariithe terms, v??c:tai fupc-1> ?;et:ver?l by nuaxr er through poet. Trrtai ci ACTcrtui-.-:— Sirs* laea sad naSer .. *"*. *g- Bw7 swMiaonsi ir;;b cr tr_-:r;-;h .. .. p- j?J. fl"* ii* .-"?? J^ ' jeatpees Cards r-er .. .. .. -. ? ~~. -t- A liberalsEiVri-er t.:;" ".- - ;--r eeatiaried for a T^r-o--c.; .--.r;--.;..: vr...-,-L ;-.r-r. . fjetlactl; cndsrDr-x:.", i----, r:::.-;; .-^-r— vrin ' ?--r._r.r;.; lt I -r.-r ; - -:- tbe USttal rate- ;-..-c:;-.,'..'.::-;., ::..T-r :..;? el Insertions re-r^ir—i ".:- a -; -. -1;- c : , ???'Axr/pereoacrticrir,r: ACvtr c-r cr. behalf of *. ;.:rr:-Ccr :o '..e i tp- r.r.y pablic imiixlee, -wii: b-l rr— -cr the same. . "The '** 6!3*C'l*rrrC:? At:"T;3 r.xd "jrptSt GJ-aUTTAX,...

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 — 24 October 1874

MrBJSOTTBXB AND OJLLI.H. :--??'?' JUOUTAii. j>??rATCn. ?ULttttkOdabrOCT*. Bun. ?h October, ISM. ? ? 9!al Korember, „? c J?t Kematur, w „ IMhUember. _ „ 39th _l(th J?no?rT. 1575. „ 3Tth December... ??. ?? . ?:??? ..? : ? . Haw'Jfawh. . W ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ. — VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

TABLE Or AKBIVAL. AND DESPATCH j OF KNGLISH MAILS* VIZ. — j nx ux tjulncioco. uuvK aimmu? \? ? ??' ammxtk i*o?d<wc ? ??' r ?rid^mtJj?,i?Jt * ? lHfc. Bim. _ 1 - Kh reh. . uun umxnc.' -aiuut* ?n>??r. IHriV, tttfc Aa?. l?r<. Kccdar. Ink Oct. 1H74 ~ - ?>??? . I JOthOct. . '? ?„? 71h.1)?x . Jlth Hot. .1 _ ?h J??- 1?7?. " 1?!>J?B. 7?7? } ? WJUt. „

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Ghastly Sight. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

A Ghastly Sight. I'KiuMre the most ghastly nmrrter—for it conUl have been no less—that ever ever horrified the city was committed a fuw days ago, says a Sew York ex- change, and only discovered yesterday, in a lodging lionso, No. 318, Davis street. .Tamos Banks, of the establish ment, left ivord at tlio 'coroner's; office iit r the afternoon that Cristoforcc Cit coricli, an Austrian fruit-seller, hail been found dead in his room in thnt house. He also stated that the discovery of the death arose in 'consequence of the horrible stench emanating from the i apartment in which the horrid sigh twos fonnd. Repairing to the designated plnce. the assistants around the morgue fonnd the body of a man perhaps fifty fire'yours of age. far gone in decompo sition, lying upon the bed. On exami nation they also found the iiistrmuent of death—jv' dirk-knife, with a blade six inches long, driven into the skull. From the- top of the hend, and penetra ting down into the neck, the handle of the keen-edg...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Friday, October 23, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

f -. ;Telegrtpliic ; -staling .ib*t Cooper (CofrperT) is Catiie are Ssm. 'iv ?? Beef is tareiiijr-Eeres Einlucgs. _ ?.:.-''? Best ? ; .wef2ic.rs- eereaieea sad' cis-

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South Australian Wines. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

South AuBtaJiaa Wines, Bv the Kontli AuKtmlian, says tltc J&episfer, " Mr. Sandcll liass sliippcd b'acfc to tlte colouy about tliirty-oue dozen of tlic rnrious -rriaes taken by him to England. His object is that the effect of the double Voyage—to Eng land in wood, and back* to Australia in bottle—on the wines may lie seen. Tlie experiment will be interesting and valtt to those vigncTons to whom, the wines belong, and aho to all who take an iiitcrest in the viticulture of tho colony. Respecting his efforts to popularise our wines in the TSnglish market, Mr. Ran dcll sayb r—' I am making progress, although not so rapidly as I wish. I have samples waiting to-be tasted nt the Civil Service Supply Association in Queen Victoria-street, and also at the ? Civil Service Co-operative Society In the Hnymarkct—both large places of busi ness, whose customers comprise that class who from, their habits, and_ tastes are likely to appreciate natural and true wines. I shall-place samples, bef...

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 — 24 October 1874

Notice to Advertisers- AIIYKUXIUKTia &TT pejtSotlUriy nq:l<?t?4 to wad In th*tr f?Tor> **>l lmter ttuui fir* pjn_ on Tim.l?}> *n<t iDhnia w*euuat ?mH Owlr iMwrtla? in tb* followlnc ten-. A reifn" one*.' Notice to Correepondents. AM; toor to the d*j* ofpabllcaMM, ? a<* b*fl?Kt?dlntl:>(t>Ue>rlnclMia. ?Bltil.mM Iniius- OffliM, Oo? hrr 1?. int. Our Accounts. ACCOI'VT-i'or tlw p??t qn?iKT h?riitr txw |an>a .h* i.l trt\ rbliod Co oar eonulttMnt* fnr ? ntr> rKtlnrrnt of tt? ??!=?. ?BX?# JTOK Anttfc" Office, otto t v. in*. .

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

Revolting , Casp of Matricide. ; TiiK TVcnca-journals ipublisK details of ;a horriblc iburSer' ?whichBias just teen' ' coinnuttciTin a farmhouse Ticar ? Chat-: I canilun r :_,Eurtsefc--Ijoif. : "the 'lmilSing had been inhabited by a man and liis r ( wife named Picas, ami 'tlieir daughter ' Marie, aged 17, "resided with them. 'They had a son Albfn, "older, -who ' worked at some distance and. did not* J live at home. " During the late war thY ? parents visited the fields of battle of a ? I night' and despoiled the .'dead. In /that , 'execrable pursuit'they hud"succeeded in" ' amassing a little money. jSot long' < 'since the father died; and'the children ' became irupatieut to inheritihe 51-gotlen gains. A. few days ago this mother -was taken unwell, and the son gave his 'sister a'quantity of matclies to place* in ' a bowl of warm water to dissolve the _ phophorns. She obeyed his instructions, 'and when, the Told woman, asked fora drink tho young one gave her one-half of the...

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

I; The World's Papulation. '. I . ? . , '? ? ? A.. wproR* fryju the Bureau of Statis tics, at Washington, just issued, con tains (the. Philadelphia Ledger sajs} &a interesting table of the. jpopalalion of tiie cartit. xije aggregate population of'the earth is grren. at 1,391,032,000; Asia. being the. mast popnkms section, and containing 798 i while Eirpje- has SOOi nuffioits, 1 203 .Anstralia' and Polynesia millions. Xtt Europe the- leading; xuEtzoaiLS sets credited vnth the following numbers. :— Russia. 71 millions ; the. German Em pire, 41 millions j France, Sβ millions ; A astro-Hungary, 36 rnHlioas; Greet -Britain and Ireljmd, 32 minions; Italy, nearly 27 muftons; Spain, 16JmiHioas.; and Turfeej nearly 16 mtUione. The other countries do not exceed five millions each." Til A"=ia, China, -which. i>,bv- far the most populous nation of the earth, is creditetl mth 425 millions ; -Pfiudoitan, 240 milions ; Japau, SS millions ; the East India Islands, SUj miHionb; Burmah, Si...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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LARRIKINISM. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 24 October 1874

LAKB1KINISM. CTβ tie Editor of the SingletM Jkrgv*.} Yours, Sec, OHDSB. Singleton. ? ' . ? October 24, 187-t. Beab Sib,—"Will ;you kindly allow me to make a few observations through ihe medium of yonr paper oa the above subject f It in painful tor observe tint monstrous &vil — vie, }&rrikinis7n, which Is now ho rampant in Melbourne, Sydney, and else where, is roaring its head boldly snd threaten ingly in oar midst, and promises to give r.o little trouble and annoyance to lovers cf order rjnd peace- ? : It 25 a very regrettable £act that a number of boys and young rasn are in thi habit of congregating to;r=iher ct comers 61 o:ir streets. frt>si tvhen'A , ! iitcrY hurl forth their ?rile, ir.i-jHing, at any stranger who rs.-.y hsvc ths iil-luci to pass by them ; ar.d the fair'sex ara like-.TiEa "What bericat these low-bred, mlgar, acd ?aaj-.riiicirilc;! young rjea ilcrive from their igaoainoii* mid devilish conduct, I cannot diservinij o£ thsir re-rfard— a few iv-eok...

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