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Daring Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 22 July 1874

Daring Outrage. "A MOST during attempt at robbery, if not murder, was perpetrated at Sutton- grange," the Mount Alexander Mail re- ports, "last Saturday night. A man named William Craig, in the employ of   Mr. Robert Patterson, was sleeping in, a hut a little distance from the residence of his employer. About the middle of the night he was awakened by a noise as of some one stirring in his solitary dwelling. On peering out from beneath the blankets, he saw to his astonishment a man whose face was covered with a veil, and who had an axe in his hand, standing just inside the door in the act of striking a light. Craig made no alarm, but keeping his eye upon the intruder, he saw him take a hasty survey of the place, and then put out the light. Being in the far corner of the hut, by the aid of the dim light from the open door, he saw him creeping noise- lessly and stealthily towards his stretcher. Waiting until the man's arm was within   his reach, Craig now sud...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The World's Merchant Flect. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

The World's Merchant Flect. Tjie following interesting ? abatement of tin' comparative l strength" of the merchant Heeta-of tlws chief mnritiuve nations is pnblistied in. the French Journal Officii:!. European sailing veMiels under 50 tons burthen, raid American under SO tuns, arc not included :— '? .*'"," ''?'-., :.:f. 7y- : .' 7Sv&tinfc..Tes*i>Vtl , <'7 ?'-' -S**ttnmw.' '."-.-':""-' .'{?-:?'." ,.yc^fct.,"TonlwE!e.-,'.;.y*?it?ls.,'rt.oattgp.-;.. "? Ki?i?rot' sojsKs '7 zs2r i ixio.7.' ? Sja??, soeiin ?... **?<*?,?" W*IV 1S332SJ5., : ??.'?. '*K3.?40 ttWns;: -ssHMvi'-awsoa??;?:"- S? - 2?M<*t-- ?' ?' : iMir-?v ?-ssiisa, 1.131.11T -..- wt.. ?.&??. ' ? itaiT '"??" -wea wai.Kia lea ? saw* .-..-?? '?-Fttow.'-"' :i,i?3r'-.,Hta,?!tI--" a?', : StmtSS ?'?' ?-.si>sia..:.--; i S*(o;i--i-.-6?tsar-----.-, ass-.--' iw?--- - Holland M?r;- 39?,£? -.".-.; OS ?„?? i--7ST?':"..-. . ''''-ntwi^-'^ijJM-'aasaai--'"?--? ?...?'.-.-.'? .van) ".; Kiisula.--...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Waastai. TWO TUnN'OVEncC Apply at the ? .1 rgus Otlice. tSIXSLgIGN SisOtt. np a s ?jo o i> t> ' ij£l> A I-CfiCE TAZtIEXY OFOTHER t> RAPERY, tt&VX BEE*. * ? SPECfALi- PROVIDED FOR THE PRESENT -EAt^OX. SSAWIS, XVCKETS, 'AJJO-'w. P V , , " CLOAKS ; GIRL'S A"XD MAID'S W. P. CLOAKS ; i, ..and jackets ' *. JTASHfOSABJ-lT TRIMMED - a'ATS ,' - ' tsW These, sixth lucre _eep bought under exceptional circumstances, aod -will be found, —bub—ally sntx_sa'an_ CKtiAT. iADIES" UXSKrjfWED HATS ny Ati? TIIE SE\y &TYLC3 FLOWERS, BEATHEnS; TULLES, 'BLONDS RUFFLED TULEES, BOOKS AND GRENADINES' , T_T_VCK? SILK TRIMMING XACES REAL LACES—Valencienues, .Maltese, Clnjiy "LADIES' SCARFS AND ' BOWS LADIES' HAIB PADS AND FRKf- ETTES . LADIES' COLLARS, CUFFS, AND RUFFLES LADIES' SASBES AND SASH RIB BONS PARASOLS. PARACHUTES, AND UMBRELLAS, LATHES* TRAVELLING BAGS LADIES' BEST JOSEPHINE KID GLOVES LADIES' DRESS IMPROVERS AND CRINOLINES LADIES' CORSETS—Variety of Sow Shapes HANDKERCHIEF...

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 — 29 July 1874

?-? ew.r*„ __}?IS** IT'sj.r ___._z.tGr __fc._-cr___ Advocate,. _=. -ti l.i_i___i. -Ever-y ''CV? .Z_=_!?.e£__jr" Morniiaar. Terms -cf Subscription - — _.cr Year (in a_____.ee)' _— ?'.— : £.1 , Oa. do C "> Wjpost) ?- £1 Ue. I Satacr.ptwns booked w_U be charged ia. ?per quarter more thaa-. the-__>_*__ rate. - - "' ' Terms of Advertising , .First inch -nd under' _- — 3s- Oi. Erery Mddit___-_lai-ckarh?-£_nck. _X od_ .Ad-rer-tsement* of two Ones __. _"s- OtL girths, -Deaths, ami Marriages ?_- J2__-?d_ jSusiness Cards per ?ja___t-_e i — ____. 08. No ad-rertwenssnfc booked under 3s. _A liberal al__w_ncew___.se made for Ad wertisenaents oontuused for a- period over Jour weeks. It mw_-be distinctly understood, t*T??j ynliww countermanded, a&vertzseasusa-. -will be continued and charged for -at the casual rate. ? Any person Ordering Ad*___ti__men_s or Trintinf. on behalf of J- Committee formed <or to be fanned for any public purpose, will ?ha held personally responsibl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Foot Rot Fluke and Worms in [?] The War[?] Examiner says:- [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Foot Rot Fluke and Worms in [?] The War[?] Examiner says:- [?] The following notes on the diseases in sheep will be of interest to all engaged in the roaring of this description of stock. They are written, by a gentleman who has hail nearly forty years' practical experience and . working- ainongxt sheep, nnd- are tiieirfore worthy of notice.. The recipes lis given have heen tried by liitu and fount! to answer, and therefore cannot ho called simple experiments :— -..'.-. ..'Fottt Rot .'.' :'"'.?''? 'Tako 2 quarts Tar (Stockholm), and 3 ? lbs. Hog- lard (or soft grease) rendered i togt-ttier. After which add ns much Ci?r- I rottivo Sul.li naleas will lie on a.shilling,' | previously dissolved. Also, I cpmrtKcro seito Oil. and 10 to 20 drops of Butter of; Antimony., Keep ttirrinjc "until ami,. w> tliit all ingredients may bo mixed - to j gethcr. ?;'-. ..;?:,. 7-?? ?'.??'.?? 1 I have used the abovo ointment a long t:timc, and found it to nnswer well. The -feet should be'first -well a...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

ISTotica. SUf?l._ COPIES of tlte Singleton Argus ? may be bad from Mr. .1. I*, livisx, and Mr. J. UoDnjatD. of acorge-strect, -aud Mr. Jas, Wei?mt, of Jolm-street, Singleton. Argue Office, July 20, 1374. CORICESTOXDEXTS and AGENTS for tlie Sitsglcfrt* Argus iv all tlie town ships round singleton and Maitland. Oe:t tleinent ,wht> have already consented to act a* such, and tho*? who may be willing to do bo, are requested to send iv their names to the ollice as casty ns possible. Argut Office. July 20 ,1874.

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Murrurundi. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Murrurundi. (FROM THE TIMES.) THE WEATHER- There is no change to report in the weather- it having been fine and frosty. PUBLICATION- We beg to acknowledge the receipt of a pamphlet containing the   Debate on the Perogative of Pardon as in- volved in the release of Gardiner and other prisoners, with a preface by "Vindex.   "Messrs. Gibbs, Shaflard & Co., of Sydney, after the printers ; and price per copy is sixpence.               THE DOG NUISANCE.- Great are the comp- plaints yet made about the large number of yelping curs kept by many residents in the town, and pedestrians and others annoyed by them ??? vengence with a "prepared     "bits of meat. It is to be regreted that so many valualess dogs are allowed to stray about to render such a curse as that re- ferred to necessary, as it is more than re- ??? others, that are prized if not...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Singleton Post Office. Mails closes for the South, that is Sydney Belford, Branxton, Lochinvar, West Maitland, Morpeth, Waratah and New-   castle on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at 6.30 a.m. North - For Muswellbrook, Scone, Blandford, Haydonton and Murrurundi, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6.30 a.m. and on Satur- day evening at 8 p.m. for Sunday morn- ings. Dispatch for Camberwell, Tuesday,   Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and     Saturday, 8.30 a.m. and on Saturday at   8 p.m. for Saturday dispatch. South. - On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday to West Maitland, Morpeth, Newcastle, East Maitland and Sydney at 3 p.m. To Warkworth and Jerry's Plains on Tues-   day, Thursday and Saturday, at 9.30 p.m. To Howe's Valley, on Saturday at 9.30 a.m. To Vene and Fordwich, on Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Saturday, at 10.30 a.m. To Scott's...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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English Mails. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

English Mails. Mails will be dispatched for England by the different routes as follows:- In San Francisco-1st August, 29th August, and 26th September. In Gaul and Suez, - 7th August and 4th September.   In Torrens Straits, - about 7th August, and 4th September. The next mail via San Frnacisco is due in Sydney on the 20th July, via Gaule and Suez 1st August, Torres Straits 26th July.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

The Singleton Argus "SWORN TO NO MASTER OF NO SECT AM I" " BE JUST, AND FEAR NOT LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIMST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S THY GOD'S AND TRUTH'S."

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Maitland Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

The Maitland Road. THE positively disgraceful state of the main northern road from a point about four miles from Singleton in the direction of Maitlland. is a matter which we cannot allow to pass. without. comment. It is, besides being a standing disgrace to the Government, abso- lutely dangerous to those who may have to make use of it. For about six miles on this side of the little township of Belford, the road is so bad that it would be impossible to find a worse, piece of the same length from New- castle to Maryland—the two towns forming the extremities, of the road. There is no evi- dence of any money having been spent in.   the formation of this exe?? section, save the construction of one or two culverts, which are in a very dilapidated condition, and which, if not soon repaired, will do some-   thing more towards rendering the road im- passable. It is true that there is in one place a "cordoroy " bridge. as it is called-—    ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1874. The Education Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1874. The Education Question. PERHAPS at no previous period of our colony's history has the broad question of education been brought so prominently under the notice of the public as within the past few months. The wisdom of the Public Schools Act of 1866, for which Mr. PARKES has in times past obtianed so great credit in some quartern, and perhaps deservedly so, as being its author, has been much called in question of late ; and its administration, or maladministration, has called dowu upon the heads of that devoted body, the Council of Education, much censure, and not a little abuse. But as abuse is nut argument, and is   never suflicient to make out a case for con-   viction, facts have been adduced to prove, or to attempt to prove, that there exist just grounds for the exercise of that propensity, for which human nature generally has a very   deep-rooted liking. But the disaffected parties do not stop short when they have...

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. Tuesday, July 21st, 1874. Before Mr. JAS Smith, P.M., and ANDREW MacDoug[?] P.M., and Andrew Mr. S. P. [?] J.P sat upon the Bench, but did not adjudicate. [?] CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

SINGLETON POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 21ST, 1874 Before Mr. JAS. SMITH, P.M., and ANDREW MACDOUGALL J.P.     Mr. S.P. DIGHT, J.P., sat upon the   Bench, but did not adjudicate. ILLEGALLY IMPOUNDING CATTLE. This was a case in which Denis Scanlon sued John William Wallace Campbell for having impounded certain cattle off land of which complainant was the alleged oc- cupier, without the authority of the com- plainant or the owners of the cattle. Mr. A. J. Gould, who appeared for the   prosecution, said that the charge was laid under the provisions of the impounding Act of 1866, which laid down that any person who should attempt to drive any cattle off land without the knowledge and consent of the occupier of that land, was liable to a penalty of £5 ; and, further, that any person who should drive away cattle, not being his own, from such land, should be. liable to a penalty of £10. He then stated that on the 13th instant, the prosecuto...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Broke or Fordwich. [From our Correspondent.] July 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Broke or Fordwich. [From our Correspondent.] July 25. The single wicket cricket match between Mr. Faucett of Glen Biddon and Mr. Edwards of Broke, took place to day in presence of a good number of spectators. Punctually at twelve o'clock the match commenced, Faucett taking the bat and Edwards bowling. At the second ball Faucett obtained one run, but the third proved fatal to his wicket. Edwards then took the bat, but was more unlucky than Faucettm being caught out at the third ball. Without any intermission Faucett commenced his second innings, and made five singles in a short time ; Edwards   who had been bowling round arm, then changed to swift under arm bowling, and the fourth ball sent Faucett's bails flying. Edwards then commenced his second   innings ; he played cautiously for some time until he got used to the bowling, when he scored two singles, and one two, fol- lowed by three singles in quick succession, which gained him the match, the whole time ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tin Ore. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Tin Ore. MEMORANDUM of tin ore forwarded from the Murrurundi Railway Station, by W.E. Potts and Co., from July 13th to July 22nd, for and on account of:- Bags tons est qrs. lbs.   C. Ross _ ._ 197 .10 17 3 21 Sydney T.M.C. 121 7 2 -0 26 J. Burlington ... 44 2 6 2 27 Bank New South Wales. ... 38 1 19 3 3   Total _ _ -400 22 6. 1 21   Messrs. T. B. Perry and Co, report having   forwarded this week :   F. D. Hawkins GNG 87 4 18 0 18 One hundred and fourteen tons of tin were   received at Warwick last week. It is thought that unless the New     South Wales Rifle Association concedes something, the match with the military weapon will not oome off, owing to Syd-   ney declining to shoot with long Enfields.   A proposition has been forwarded by the Melbourne Association to shoot with Hays or Enfields, as marksmen please or, that they will shoot with Henrys, if S...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, July 28, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspon dents.] SYDNEY. Tuesday, July 28, 8 p.m. Ä comet has been visible in Sydney, Young and Tasmania. The Melbourne Ministry, it is believed, re- signed office to-day. Mr. Robert P. Abbott, member for Tenterfield has resigned his seat and been appointed Minister for Mines--being sworn yesterday Mr. Abbott was gazetted to-day a member of the Executive Council. It is reported that Sir Alfred Stephen has accepted a seat in the Legislative Council.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The late Extraordinary Shooting Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

The late Extraordinary Shooting Case. Our Ballarat correspondent (says the Argus) sends the following additional par- ticulars respecting this extraordinary outrage:— Mr. Titcher, the druggist, at Egerton, who assisted - Dr. Marr to draw Mr. Densley's wounds tells me that the latter blames Mr. Thompson strongly for what he cosniders unpardonable coward- ice in not coming to his help when he heard him calling to him after the shot was fired by the robber, and while he and his antoganist were engaged in the fight for life on one side and liberty on the   other. Mr. Densley told Mr. Titcher that even when he had felled the ruffian, and he appeared to be done, he called to Thompson to take the guns and keep guard over him till he could sent the police, but instead of going into the   hut, he only stood outside at the window, and there received the gun from Densley, which, however, it appears he al-       lowed to fall from...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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"Haydonton Murrurundi." 9th February, 1874. " The Under Secretary, "Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

"Haydonton Murrurundi." 9th February, 1874. " The Under Secretary, "Sydney. "Yours truly, "J.T. Wilshire, "Land Agent. I remain, "Yours, [?] "J. P. Abbott." "Your most obedient servant., "W. W. Stephen." Sir,- I have been instructed by Mr Thomas Ring of Scone to bring under the notice of the Minister for Lands facts relative to the conditional purchase of 40 acres of land made by him at the Land Office in Scone on the; 13th. day of March, last, and to the subsequent   allowance by the Minister for Lands of the same land to Charles Knee, a Chinaman. I am informed by my client that on the   day before mentioned he sent one Mr.   Thomas Alterater to the Land Office in Scone to purchase for him and in his name, 40 acres od land situated on Miller's Creek in   the county of Brisbane, and in accordance with those instructions Mr. Alterater pro- ceeded to the Land Office on that day and under the 13th section of the Crown Lands Alienation...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original Poetry. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

Original Poetry. ETERNITY.     If that high world which lies beyond, Our own surviving love endears,   If there the clie[?] heart be load The eye [?] except in tears How welcome those untrodden spheres, How sweet this very hour to die, To soar from earth and find all ?? Lost in thy light--Eternity.     It must be so, tis not for self, that we so tremble on the brink And striving to overleap the gulf, Yet cling to being's severing link; O?? its future let us think, To hold each heart the that shares, With them the immortal waters drink,   And soul in soul grow deathless theirs.

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THE DYING SAILOR. [?] P. JEFFERSON WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 29 July 1874

THE DYING SAILOR. Mr. P. JEFFERSON WALLACE. Oh! when upon this pallid brow Has set the soul death And when these lips that speak but now Shall sigh their latest breath-- Then let me lie beneath the deep— And sparkliug azure sea,     That there, in calm and tranquil sleep,   My last, long home may b.e. Twas on the sea my boyhood's time So recently glided past.   Twas on the sea in manhoo's prime   My happy lot was cast ; So let me lie beneath the deep And sparkling azure sea, 'That there in calm and peaceful sleep,   My last, long home may be. G. N. Railway Extension,   Murrurundi.  

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