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VITALITY OF MOLLUSKS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

VITALITY OF MOLLU8K& Veut extraordinary atalotnents are found iu the books rogardiug tho vitality of ihell fish. Dr. Woodward states that iu San*, 1850, a living pood mussel wae iont to Mr. Gray, of the British Musoaui, from Austra lia, whioh hod boon more than a year out of water. Tho pond ttnails (Atnputlarus)hay? been found alive in logs ot mabogauy from Honduras; and M. Cuilland carried some alive from Egypt to Paris packed in sawdust. Indeed, it is not easy to uncertain the limit of their endurani-o; tor Mr. Lmidlay, bavins; ' ptaoed a number ia a drawer for this purpose, found them aliva after flvo years, although in the worm climato of Calcutta. In tho ordinary laud, snail* each oases aro still moro romnrkablo. Somo of; tho largo tropioul spaoies of Bulimut, brought from Valparaiso by Lieut. Graves, rovivud aftor being paoked, somo for thirioeo, otbora for twenty months. Mr. Wollaaton had informed Dr. woodward that specimen)* of two Madeira snails (Utlix papilio and t...

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

THE WHITE MABE. Itf the valley, about six miles above the forks of the Tuton river, ia Northern Mon tana, is tho Bluokfoot Indian Agenoy. A high stockade of split logs standing on >nu, aeopiy budk m tne earin, oneioees about two acres of gronnoV Heavy gates opening outward eway harshly on great binges. Tbey keep tha Indiana oat o' nights. A well of w?t:>r is in the oenlro of the en. closure. liow log buildings, covered with earth, aitf-aosttered Along the etobkade; A coaplo of eand-hill orsnes stool expeolantly at the well, waiting patiently lor a tbiwty man to draw water.' A wbito-lailed de'or, with a broad,' blue ribbon on her neok, walked daintily around. Her coot, black mnzalo, studded with'drops of dew, brilliant in the slanting raya ot the morning son, wa? slyly tbrast into my hand, giving mc a slight shook of surprise. By the stables was a e'ow mooae, BtaoCin? so awkwardly with crooked legs and humped baob, and the pendulous' Up whioh Mark Twain oalls "the Hapsburg," th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Science. HYBRID FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Mmtt HYDRID FJSH, ,-H'At ?recont tueeiiu(j ol tliu Amorioan Fish Gnlluml Aeaooiation Mr. R B. Rooeovelt -read a papor on li}bride, in whioh ho eaid tha* bIdoo the oreation o( Ibo fieh Iintohory eommisiion sovonil Rttempla had been miide to criias vaiiotiea of fish, and with suooees in the following vnriotite : -Sulmon tront with white Qeb ; talmon trout with brook trout ; bruuk trout with Iresh water herring, with California salmon, end with the Cjllfornia monutoJii trout; nhad with striped bnsa and with herring. Of tbeno oroasoa thero are the young, now in tho hatohlnghoneo, oi tho salmon tront brook trout, brook trout Oaliloruia salmon, and brook tront O?liloroia btook trout. It is ibiorvable of all bjbrliin tbat they are nmally moro eby and wild than- either of tluir parentu, and that in ?ppoarnnoa th?y getorally favour their larger parent. The oroen bttweon Iho brook trout and Iho OiH/ornis eolmon and tho salmon trout and brook tront bid fair to bo flue flab. Tho?o now in Iho ha...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Sketcher. SUPERSTITIONS ABOUT DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

MM}?. ABOUT DOGS. ...,., From "The Dog and iU Folk ?;;?_?; .-Xor#/.' ?n (Aβ Gentlemcn'i Magazine. AcooimiHa to tlio Aryan religion, Yams wan iliu Urol lightning.bjru mortal wlio die- ODTind iho wuj to ihi< oibsr worlJ, where U<\' ? bill leigned ever filcb, aud fur tlia sake o( Den, sends tbe wiud, under th? form of a dog, lo oocduot Iboir souls iv tioa(l) ecropg. the - heavenly waUreaod'oYar the Milky Way to hU borne—tbe brigbtroalm of bliu. Hecoe, whenever this musetngor of deatb was heard, either bowling oalside tbe eiok ma.r>'e homo or speeding aloDg through, tbe air with rapid paoo, tbe iDi&atHd trembled lor they knew that at Boy moment tb.e aciul of their friend or,relative might be required ol him. Thus, even at ihe present day, tbe bowling of a dog under tbo window is supposed lo foretell death— a ouporetllion deeply rooted every ' where iv this- ?c ia most other ooantries. In Germany, a dog bowling before a house portends ft death or a fire. ...

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

BIRTH. ON August 31st at her residence, Gooran- goola, the wife of WILLIAM BROOKER of a DAUGHTER.

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Rural Rambles-X. OAK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Rural Rambles-—X. OAK PARK       One of the most fertile districts in         Patrick's Plains' is that watered by Glennie Creek. From Camberwell         to Fallbrook and on, both sides of the creek afford ample scope for culti vating propositions of agriculturalists.   The names of some of these Glennie Creek farmers are as familiar as house hold words. The Nobles, the Cun neens, and the Chilcotts—-have they not been known in Singleton for years past? And well known and respected as any of them is Mr.Edward Drake,     the genial and hospitable owner of Oak, Park, It was late in the afternoon when I visited my good friend but I found him hard at work amongat the pork, or embryo bacon. The first     impression on entering the farmyard,   that order had full reign there, was justified with eve...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Bridgman. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 September 1880

Bridgeman.     (From our own correspondent.) Truth is no fiction. --Through the columns of j-our wiiloly dieiilAUhif' journal I'wort Willing nnilcr'.too . Hot ii-e r>1 enfferlriiy humnnity and the palillo in gennral tho. hiv'tilj ouraiiro proper! lus of S&oifer, and j Son's puro volatile uxtruci, of \l\u JSuc(ih?*^' t t Globulus. Some fow niglila aw"" Qlle if* toy Httle tinugbt?re, *?** - nl)m% 2 " years, retired & bod About 10 o'clock p.m.'l was nw'titoned by ?bAt I ot 'fir?t imtt"ioe<J l<> .be .tbo.*nirking 01, a. dog. To progiircn liL-litsinii liscurtam Irom thoe'opba piocyli'-i wrtiimftho work ot an : instnnt flbii 11.// W. ;, you to iuingino myeoa- Bterhfttjon (words arc iriad?auttt9 to osproo* toy feelins*) when I .bebclit rontly in tho throes of death from' a munen attack of croup. .Her' bronthinjs *rae top prcjsod and pniriful; Rhd tbe h?reh gottarel' congh that ehook hor whole. franie?eeinod I doitined to...

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

ST. LEON'S MAMMOTH CIRCUS. 100 MEN AND HORSES 100 Will appear in   SINGLETON on TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th and 8th.   The Largest Travelling Circus in the colonies ?? star Artistes, also a full Troupe of Japanese, lately arrived in the Colonies, and a stud of Highly Trained Horses & Diminutive Ponies. GUS ST. LEON—The Champion bare back Rider of the World. WALTER ST. LEON — MADAME DOCKERELL—Lady rider. CHARLES BLISS—England's Greatest Grotesque, late from Hengler's   Circus, London. HUGHEY TINDALE— Trapezist. This company has just completed one of the most successful seasons in Adelaide and Melbourne, playing to crowded houses nightly, and are now on their farewell tour through the colony previous to tbeir depar- ture for India, China, and Japan. The above circus will visit Muswellbrook, Monday; Singleton, Tuesday & Wednesday;   Greta, Thursday.   M. ST. LEON, Circus Proprietor. B. LEVY,...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. ;????" -''?'?, ; ?' . Lo^don;-Lr6nday, v , . The cricket, match, Aus'tpaHana.versns All England -waffvooramonoed today, nt tlic KenriingtoirOval. The ottcmleuco was yqry larg(S. .' '.Dr. E, M. Grace was not bat. .for 37. Mr. W. G. Grace scored 84, and Mr. A. Luens '11. Total, 162 for- two \vickotn. The Engliish tebm held tho tflclcfffefor the day. The bowling 1 was sristained 'by Messrs. ?'? 13oyla, Palmer, Alexander, and Bannerman.

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

LONDON. - ,, , "?' Monday.' Granvillo to-day expressed his $tiri! disavowal of tba .threatening ex 'prefeBibns' Used'% his' cdll6hga(i;"Mr. .Foretcr, Searetary for Ireland, ia regard to the House of-JJords..'! ?..;... v?, . ?

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SIMLA. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

'..?-'.?'.'i-'BIMLAi'" , ' ?^"^"?'!- ,...,.?_ ?-nj i ? } A\ Monday. $110 particulate hand regarding the Wlient 'victory- obtained, : over Ayoub 'iiiian'e forces shew that it-wue owing-tq masterly strategy. Observing ..that the enemy was strongly entrenched in its greatest strength at Babawar Kabuh, . General Roberts pretended by a feint to 'mike bis main attack on that pqsjLtiph. ; Thiehad the effect of absorbing Ayo.nb Kbaa's attention on that point, and jn the meantime a strong reserve consisting of Highlanders and Ghoorkas succeeded in fuming the enemy's. position, and ?ttiblie'd thetoiri'fl'arife' and 'rear. .:; lAyonb's troops fought;well for a short Jime,.acting like trained regulars,and obeying bngle calls, but the determined dash of the- British-troops -sent their lines jvavering ?? and eventually broke them, whereupon a panic and, complete 'folteeneuedi-'- ' x - ? : ????? ! - : - -? -??

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

'' Sydney. nivBf : ;.,,,. i ¥bm\\ 'A thi : battle and sheep "markers 1, are dull, -ftcef & lite.-.- to;:: 15b. ..??Welhere ?'are :::;lr : ?''':'::':, : \

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TELEGRAMS [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM co.] SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

TELEGRAMS im0 UGH OBWILLtfB_ TeMOBA?. £ SYDNEY.,,- ! . , ,„'? Taesday. ; ha8, .redded, Jbes ,,imay Randwick, j, ; ?: m,omiiz^P^P? BO to ovonio J Robinson a grand banquet #'Sr.' : Mmcli Y-it ftrowing-ri r etrine/and /breaking^ S John Robertson./ He was.fined %or a month in gaoh: Itjs telieved: At! man is not sane. * : C:. -'< The captain of the wrecked barque ? ..Er'cltbo Red" .admits /there "war an/ error ip judgment, as bethought Capo n irav lights were six miles off. None bodies have yet been fo He''6teariier Sorato is/full of.;water.: A ciWo is still being taken out, and being iablo to: tow_hor into Aritechamber -Bay are entertained./-, A direr reports that she has only a small ?hole in Her starboard side. ? - f .'?;.,-/:/ ;?;.' Later.?-./ . ?-?In""tho' ?"P^'fce/eoiirtj'-to-day,"the' flie'uib of'Dibbs Wrm.Dib> Vers settled for trial by special jury on the first of November, p?=Jy s -H ?'- i ' At tho meeting of the Presbytery of = Sidney, held /to-day,:,a resolution/...

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Singleton Races. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

i?'-:;? Singleton Kaoefl. -The following: are .the entries received t'6r tho four.ohiof handicaps, at the forth coming' race-meeting, of .the Patrick's 'Pinirii''!iTfto£Rv' : hrnh ':*Ri"/--i.?'>,??;?.? of 1 MrVW.,C(urtis,'the h'andipapper, )ire prealioonabledto anrip^npe'thereepec tive weights., "' ' ..' JJ,',! ;,.,;" : EMrra,9 Handioap/,i ; Mii,b,7 ,;,;,i ,???;'?'. i-.-.'. ?.?-,-?'' '.-..nil <i-i'i '??!:* ?, ;ietJlU J. Cush's b.g. Idea, oecd ~..-, ....,;., 8,10 S.'Leggott's' chig. Ker6rm,"fi yrs".'..' 7 11 ?H. C.-WliltcVch.fvGleam, i^rs 7 -/, 1 . if 5 ' T D.]T. McKay's big.; Scrubber, iJyre 7'? ?) W. Wilding's oli.li. Wbalebocje, 4yre- 7 ; ,r,.8 P.' McCarthy's;,ch.g. Luqif(>r, i,yia ... j.TI" ? W*. .IV'Qallngiier's/b.m. Goldspcck, ?"?? ??Syra ????'';.. ???.?. '„.' '..;-'... . .V.V 7 "5 J. Kori-'s'br.mjODoo'Dee, iOiyra ?'...' 7 0 J. : p. O, Sfauielftw'e b.mi'iAmericaii ;; " , . Girl,.;* yrs ... v : ~.. ~.,.,, 6 ,J2 T. McCarthy's b.C; ... 6...13 P. Russell's br.'g. B...

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Excluding the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

Excluding tib Press- / ?fDaih.Teiegrapk.< "-.??<;';, ./;'.-,.. :.-i ?? Thk anxiety of persons,in authority to ptfeyenfc.as much, as p'oae.ibjp tlip : pab lication . of their.: proceedings is .pro verbial. A certain amount of'-.that divinity which doth hedge a king no 'doubt nttadbes .to thplpwest servant of ?tlie .Orown, provided : ,aiwaya',,that be can surround his official position with a halo of mystery. Familiarity; if it does' not invariably Weed contempt, is at eyopts inimical to that Bentimont of profound reverence whioh pnblio officials, from a parish beadle > upwards, -'labour a??iduo?ly to excite in the, inirid .'.of'!people : , putride .the world of 'official dom. Hence, we presume, the reluct ance of'these gentry to: communicate to the newspaper,. Press circumstances even pi" great public interest andi,mport ance. J We" : are.: bound, .to say that Ministers in'tbis! county Bet their sub ordinates raysiip?rn. it is, as 4ifficnlt ,to. wdriri a piec...

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SPORTING COLUMN. Randwick Races. [FROM GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM Co.] SATURDAY. HURDLE HANDICAP,2½ miles. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

sftfiRiiNc Mum ftaodwick,,;Ba'cea. '- C CO.] Mr. P. Xd. Bayley's The Hatter 6 ? ast'2l b ?-.; .<?.: :n v. ?--."-,-.& ~ 7". P< J^." Bt f , '>. Hari'tatia- ,&~9* ' . .21bi(including21b0ver) P'' „ l?.J,VVesto^s?ahker,'agea;8 B 'tl2ib 5 7 others started. Time, s.miu. lo 6eM . xbial Stakes,/U'miie 7" ? Mr *.*^^ *, D. < ee',.3,jV S) .7?t4li; 2 V. H. Brown's Rosine, a.ytej 7stm \ 3 others ran. -; Time.; 2 mi nj i 6 l ?„„, , The DBnWv, ij m \\ z ,/. Mr. \V::.&: Long's Grand Flaneur CHa'iYert 1 S MflrunVrrevall,ri(Ye6ma^r S) Hon. Ja B ,White;s Sapphire (Hunley) "i 4 others ran.',, Time,- 2'mih; tyi'tn-fif a f nr i OT| , ? Mr. T. Ivory's Master Avenal:syrs r a imK , E. DoMestie'a'tJhesterJiehl.i'Vr,'fit 3 8/uthers/rriT!.: Time; 1 sqes. Spriko Stakes, iij mile.' Mr. P. Brennan'e , Creswi'cfc,' 3vrs '7?i'rik , Hon. 3 Mr. J. ilayo's BlackSwen,"o jn t 9 8t '" jj i:.tiiTtme,:2.'tain.-i-4S!Jijeca. : :.)':-v. ?/::?.. , rI ",V--, r!i!;!' 'We...

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Pencils. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

Pencils. -Denver Timer, A lead pencil ehould never bo wet. It hardene the lead and ruins the 'pencil. This fact ie known to newspaper men and stenographers, but nearly everyone clao docs wet a.penoil before, using it. This fact eoUlpd . by ft newspaper clerk away down east, feeing of, a raathomafycal, tujrh : ; of. in\nd,, he ascer tained by,, actual count that , of fifty persona who.camo into.nn offioo to write an advertisement or church notice, 49 wot a pencil beipre using it. Now, this clerk always uses the /best .pencils that can be procured—in fact, is a connois sour in lead, pencije, . oheri?hing a good one with something of the pride the soldier feels in a gun or sword ; end it hurts hie feelings to- havo his penoil, epoilod. ? But politeness and; business considerations required him to lend hie penoil scores of times every day. And often after, it had been wet till it was hard and. brittle, and refused, ,lo mark, his feelings would . overpower... bjm. Finally he, got some ch...

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The Afghan War. (From the Sydney Papers.) Simla Sept. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

w> ii^hai|p&jjl XFrom the Sydney Papers.') , ' ? /SiralaySept. 3.-' Intelligence from Canddhar. stales that General Roberts has commenced "aQKy¥-!JpcfSi6ii8"T)^rriirt"~^Ayonb"Kban ) and Sent oot strong reconnoitring par- tiVs. . All reports received agree in ;Btating.tliri.t,;Ayoat>.Jihan'B..position .is ~ouej-af.,,cflii?Jfier/ibJo.strength,.-'and bus . been,fortified, . -.:r rnf. ',-':; :'..- :.vX- -.M V ?? ~., Gt-uerul, Bbayi-e continues to. advance? ; to.werds, :: Gairidi|h,ur..with .the .utmost , rapidity,,arid,hoj? encquntored/riq organ ized. o PPb?Hi?*;r.-vY-Hs -is expected:.to '.ari-ive witb.hi? wh'pip, force/at Candnhar .to-morrow i,. : ; ; , .-., ; -??? , '.'?: ?!.:'.:?. i- : iK!!-..i -. ??? (Atyernqp-rr)'. '~., .Intelligence r .hag..just jbeen ; ..received ?jfroiji ,^?nora^ ! 'J(l9jber^,. > : ,annp\iiiping f ,thaf> with his,entire i fprijP; 2nd,; instant,- /mid -.after, a , desperate.;, engagement.^succeeded,-..in ,carrying all tlm,,enemy's,.posi".ioii?...

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Correct Transcript of the Sentence of Death Pronounced Against jesus Christ. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

Correct Transcript of the Sen* tenco of Death Pronounced i , Against Jesua Christ-. ! Translated from the KoU nitche Yeitung. '?????? ' ? ? The following ie a eopy of the most; memorable Judicial sentence, which hat .erer been, pronounced in the; ahaale.of , the world, viz-: that' of death against the Saviour, with the remarks which the jdurnal " Le Droit" has collected, and tho knowledge of ffbich maet.be interest ing in the highest degree ?to ? every Ohrietion. - ? Tho sentence is word for word ne follows-:— " Sentonco pronounced by Pontine Pilate, Intandunt of tho Province of Lower Galileo,. that Jesus of Nazareth should enffor death by tho .prose. ?''''. .?'... ??'....-,-.; ~ In the,seventeenth, year of the reign of tho Emperor Tiberias,' and on the 25th day of Mnrch, in tho most holy city of Jerusalem, daring tho pontificate of Annne nnd.Oniaplias, Pontius Pilaie, Intendant of the-'Province .of . Lower Galilee, sitting in judgment in the p'resi-. dential seat of the. proctor, s...

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Camberwell. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 8 September 1880

Camberweil. In a' Gazette notice dated August SOthj lite Miuiater for Lamls defines the .Tillage rind suburban boundaries of .the' Tillage ol ; Caruborwell, and declares which portions of Crowii lands are to, be set apait'as sites for'lhe said The lollowing are the'descriptions :—.'.., (|i yilloge.Boundaries at Oamberwell...' v CountyfofUurbam, parish of Auck land, area about 160. acres.. Tlue Crown lunda, within $he fqllpwing boundaries : .Commencing on the left bank, of. Pal £j r< ? o £?i ?& Corner of J. Gl< nuiu's acres j -bounded thonco on part of. the east by par t o f. the west boundary of llmt.jund,sputh. till.it-meeis of Alpha-street; ;thence pn.purt of the south, by of thut ~<iq' .tho,.en?t. Bide : of Loth bndgq-street ; thencu ou the remainder of the east by that sido of that street south lo tiiu.south sido.of Perry-street; thence, on the remainder of the.south by that side of that streoi west to the left baiik of Fnl Brook aforesai...

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