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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

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Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(From the Fiji Government Gazette, October 10.) APPOINTMENTS. Nasova, Fiji, 10th October, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

(Front the. Fiji Government-Gazette,: . October 10,) . APPOINTJIEXTa. -,'..' - Naaora, Fiji,-. . , 10th October, 1874. , His' Excellency the-Governor, has been picnsed to make the following-appointments, with a -rievr to the temporary carrying- out of the ndmin'istratioa of the Government of the colony of l--i.ii. itnt.il tlie pleasure of, her shall be roV/le hnovm us regards the Constitution and. pcrrzuunoiit: Government of the color, v. :— " -- ..'.'"' Ed-rar Leopold Lay.-.rd. Ese.; tho Hon. - Joseph. Georrjc Lor.jj laves,! "Eaq v ; John. Bates Thtrr*'ion7~E£'i.: Tco-nasEorton, Esq.; r!nd fvchcrr-. Sherzion ."twanzrion;: Esn., to'he members of the """"zee-stive Council.- of the co'eny. ... — ? H**r.*:*j*i":s ?,s**n*-'rRv r t*bV'a;'r.s?, - t tic dt-rtns wr _ - ~ toW?rd's t-e n - c ' — i -. .r: i. —? _ - _n opened to „l i — "?. ---,- that ti-? -*? .. c ~-t- — D.ld v-.-e -t -<..".- c t,- -S---..T to the ou-u r.g"=. *>o j; t-ie shore it could be cU<li'.t]y see...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

cf .Latest News. ( " -..."-_'[i/>w. the Paper*.) The Yie-to-risiu .Begin plant, ia the - Ilclbcnme Botanic Gardens, Las been. destroyed by larrLkbis. '?'_.' ... It it improbable that the GoTemor 1 of "Victoria will release Supple. At the Queaubeyan Qujkrter Sessions, last- Wuhan*. ?nd' Prancis Lswless, charged with cssanltihg their parents, remanded from last Court day, were admitted to bail until ne-irtsjgfer -.-. to appear if called upon. Cnaitiw Core- < man, for forging Szid *?tter""i)g\, ?njas'V sentenced to two years!' imprisonment. convicted of sheep stealing, vns sentenced to three years' iirtpri?Oa rrient. Tboniar Large, charged with so. t-nri.-.turcl effer.ee, ay direction of the Judex, was i\z~v.liicd. This closed the cri~1::-.! l-v-shve-s. The District Court -n::er.'.i: today, h-ui the bttiiness was ' -,in:ir.T!Drl'cr.f„ r.::d "-as tlnishcd nt noon. I'-lr. l-l-Ihrrt;"-.. 1 :, "r.lix;s'.cr for "Works, '" The" Qr.ce::s!a-.i'."T ? Psrlitaont will e::tcrta":; "t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. Civil Service Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

'?." WEDNKSDAT, OCTOBER 28; m*. Civil Service .Bja*?s*?ii???fc??i?.| tiiK'nnnonhccrneutmadc some time since the Government to the effect that, for ' the future, all applicants for 'appoint ments: in the civil service of this colony, mnat(3>iwft r at! the limvcrsity/as a_test of Uicir tional ft'ness,"was ;? siep made in the! right direction. * ; It* has long* been a ; ground of censure against eacli miccfrs-' aire administration, tbii something had not been donf! to raise tha standard of) qualification, so as to protect the Bcrvice l and the country from the injurions efiects of incapacity and ignorance. To demand from those entrusted with the - elfriral work of the Govcrnoienl the simplest dements of an ordinary educa tion, Is a condition based upon nothing but justiecand commrin-wnso. Salaries paid, ns they have too often been paid, to jonng nuii unfitted, cdncationally, for tho discharge of the itntic-s ut-signed then*, are premiums for dunces and blockheads; 'and ofvtiic?c,."f...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Annexation of Fiji. SIR HERCULES ROBINSON TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATOR OF THE GOVERNMENT. (From the Fiji Argus, October 16th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

* Annexation of Fiji. sis .?nsitct7r.ES ' "itoittxso:* tkmporakt - '.AI>MIKISTnATOr. -'dp THE GOVKItX-' . ,' . 5 3IENT. ' - ' - v {Jfrom,tItc Fiji Artfiis, October I6tk.) The Inst act of the important revolu tion-that has taken place in the govern ment of these, islands was witnessed on Saturday last by a large number of epectators'nt Kavosn.. The instrument, ceding tlie .-"whole of Fiji to her Most I - Gracious Majesty Queen -Victoria," was | signed by Eing Catrobau and the High j ? Chiefs of .the nation. The hereditary owners and occupiers of the soil volun- ! tarily and unconditionally ceded, and ?signed.away full sovereignty r.nd : do- ' minion over the islands, ar.d the inhabi tants thersof, to Sir Hercules George . "Robert. "Robinson, the Queen's special corrim'ssioiier, who accepted the Same on behalf of her Majesty. The Fijian banner, which, since its erection, has ever been subjected to a stormy career, Was lowered to the ground and o"*tin? guished for ever, arid the Roy...

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 — 28 October 1874

Local anri :fteneral, Newis^ The WEATnnnt. —Since bur last issue we have been 1 blessed with tha." moderate rain , ana showers" which were so much desired throughout the district. The effect has been . mn. nntiernbte on the crass which fs now of the brightest green aud in good supply. The J .gardens and orchards', and. especially the j vineyards, have been much benefitted by this \ timely visitartort, .Jain that has j fallen has beenpreceded W thunderstorms. a, ; Mb. "Bus?r.—Many who had the pleasure of Mr. Busby's acquaintance while he was engage's*! accountant im ihe Commercial Bank, Binri?i?-^,wi?,-bo f ?la<x to learn that he has re?ntfy beerfvjrotrtoteato the manage ment of * * branch lately established at Wilcannia- a bordcT_towu. in the south i western district of New Sputh Wale*. The this place is. nbpnt ,-tfaree.,week?v;-' gnripir his re?idonce'in* Singleton -Mr.-'-Busby,* by his genial and obliging disposition, made many friends, and this tagothcr with his busine...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English News. BY CABLE. (From the Papers.) London, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

English News. BY CABLE. ' ("JVwit the 'Paper*.) ?i ' I>ont>on, October 22. The balance! of the Victorian Loan has been entirtly withdrawn. The American Govemmenthas ordered .the. war ship Tnscarpra to th.e-'Sfariga- tor'lslands. Bfew Zealand has resumed the San * Francisco "mail .senate. 1 ' Cilixtt"., Oc'ouer 22 Nana Sahib, who was tt prominent man id'tho Indian Mutiny, and ordered the dreadful massacre of nnw.ircia of 300 European womt"i and <hibir- 1 of Cawn pore, was captured n *'wilier by the Maharajah Scindin p .-sonaHy ; there is no doubt, abont his identity, and he has confessed to a political agent. He js imprisoned in Scmdia's palace under a European guard. 11l j——^a————

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

' English Extracts. i-Air-'-accident lias just happened fo B&v Tdr-js . £xeoa/_>LP. for Ftnsbury. While -eroesing^ from Parliament-street" to the House, of \ Commons he was knocfeed-down v hy.*cab,.| ?"-'and,-was somewhat severely injured! He. <i"Twa*' alfcirwards conveyed to his home in a. !.:?v cabs' t, -,' .*—-?'? ". ' v '' , ? ;.', is so prevalent jn Banff- '''shins'-that^eholding of the-cattle.markets? ;-"^for "tins month'and the Banffshire Farmers". ?ij Agrie^turhl" Show have' 'been* prohibited. .irXhis cattle' plague, "is also ray ooamton in :??„'? Forfarshire. .jv"~-'i'* , —Arelib-shop. Eyre "has ?settr"rd.,ih .Glasgow, '?'ilcalr. the' University, a large houso'for the. f foundatiotiof nnecclcNastieAl ? -..; the; West of Scotland,;: The' nmnificewt sum ,of >C3OOO has been contribated.for this im ??"','; portant work by the Marquis.,of Bute.. :' 'Tie'other day a German, named Kar 'Ec&bnTgh and ,V"rnshed?mto.vai.'*u?cher's shop,--p"Wced , --"up...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

- Singleton Post Office. -ITγWmmwTuli- T.ill MS>lmi?.nmH?r'T—Ti-'j;i'*' T? BS. CUli, ami Coomng?ol?. on S?t?U?T

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 — 28 October 1874

Upper HnnteT General Advocats, .'' - IS I*CSI2:sHrED ETTJET ?W'esliaesc2"sy ar-i?2 S-att-trtCay TV, Tear (la advance), pev-ar.li: q'osriT-ly .. _ta ?'?"?to (credit) - -- - ? **? : 838- price iartSTxre*!; the srjjscnptto"" ts-Rorrnid dcriii? the Sr?t ra jiila ot the tiEUtrr. *The rtcveirethe terras, whrtter tae r ?r?r Is delivetcu by moaer or tHrocgli rwet. Term-, g* AtlvrrLi-Irir.: — Firsti-iefc r--.d tinder ...-.:. "j*- J*. Bnovadclt'onallr.clinrl-sa.ir.c? .. .- =J-"g -jM.rete.?e=entsortyri>ltae? =?? J?- Elrths,J>?tbs;,i.i.marr t ices - .. -- -J- " ?JBisinees Cards per (.utrter, "*"?""". Ko boolced under 3s. i. Klxrrsl cllowanee will Is* made for Adverrlserjieiit? eontteued Jor a period ot ever lonr -weeks, It rflast be distinctly Kcdcrs-tooO, tliet, unless cooa-etTimndeo. ad-rert'aeraesu "KiU V*. continued and charged lot at tie usual rate- Advertisements should bane the aronber of ittsertiotui required written oa tbe order. A.nr person ordering AdietUsemeiitaor Pnnrlaa; oa ...

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 — 28 October 1874

' JCBLBOURKB ArfD (JAIXE. Btt.3<th<?tol*r,lStt. Sure -Mti October. 157* j . ltthD?l~ib?r. . ~ 3e, ? " 4 7I? Miuch. n.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ. — VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

IABLH OF ARRIVAL AND DESrAXCH OF ENGLISH MAILS. VIZ. — VIA SAX TOANCXSCO. I rthtajiitklKe-lg*-:.. . 1- ? ??U-J>?,VW?.j. ; ?"J IKh Ite?i . f. ?' ?b.rt;h. ,„ I . £? ? lttk J?n.;i?7?- I . stUKw. „ ;.: MULTK LO-TDOS. A-RRTTe m>M?T-. i j Jl.nd?r.l?kOel..lW* 360 th Oct. ? I ????!> ??>. - > I 17?? Nor. ? . I V ' ??? J"?- "^ J I*"?D?. . I ? ta'ire'i . ...??:?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Fight with the Stars. (From the Danbury News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

A Fight with the Stars. . (From T "2feiB$S) SrnioortliaVTbeeri hoeing his garden all the afternoon, a supper of magnificent proportions, and was now sitting t>n the porch, of his liousoy'read- ing an account of the newly discovered comet. His infant, a littlo g raft from the older Spriggs, lay nestled in his lap, asleep, a.nd the partner of his "jaws* was play*ng ?? pokay," as. Spriggs called the church billiards, on the lawn near by with Duscnbnry's wife, a neighbour. Spriggs eagerly devoured every in telligence respecting comet, and finally considered his garden in danger, should the eccentric starry wanderer ever strike the earth ; then he glanced every where over the paper—at tlie latest Congressional s<piall, the- report of the Weather Bureau, the dog smothering in New York", read a personal, " Meet mc to-night, love, at the old place, with a dark lantern, Alfred," skipped " A Horrible Murder I " also, "A Sickening Tragedy ! " pondered on . a poem on " Summer," th...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

COOMA. ..i.fEhyhanTrel Jones, charged with havt ? a3jg" i made?£-' false declaration under the *x$ati3s;Act,-b.as been acquitted. Cr ?'*? '" ?-?? ' ? , .f.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Massacre of the Crew of the Lapwing. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

Massacre of the Crew of the Lapwing. The arrival of the schooner Jessie Kelly from New Caledonia, after a six days' passage, brings the .news". of another dreadful massacre at Santa. Cruz Island (New Hclrridcs), near tho scene of the murder or Bishop Patteson. The particulars we (JEcejany 2feivs) have gleaned are from; Captain Christo-. pher, master of the Brnee/wuo.aTXived hore as- a passenger in the' Jessie Kelly,, and who got his infoirrriation front'tho erenr of the W. S; Fox, which reached' Noumea just before his departure!.' ' Lapwing was a cutter- of a"bb"ut' forty) tons, and" sailed, from 'New Caledonia abont eleven months since, with a crew four white men and several natives, on a beche-le-mer" fishing voyage in the New Hebrides Group. The cutter , having fulfilled her mission, prepartions 'i were being mado for tlie return to Noumea, but she was short of provision"*. Tho mate left the cutter with a native boat's crew to endeavour to get provis ions from the natives of Sant...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mystery of Lord Byron's Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

The Mystery of Lord Byron's Marriage. It will lie remembered that some time ago an excitement was-caused .in the literary world by a revelation, by Mrs.. H. B. Stowe, of the true cause of lord Byron's estrangement from his wife. Respecting this subject the Sallavdt Star says:—" The Lord and Lady Byron mystery has been solved again, this time also by America. Mrs. Stowe did it in an unpleasant suggestive way, wliich left all sorts of unsatisfied ques tions behind! The- Countess Guiccioli denied it all fervently, nnd drew Byron's posthumous portrait in r-ngelic colours. .Leslie's llh-stralcd, Faoer now denies the Stowe insinuations, and says tlie cause of Lady Byron, leaving, her husband was the revelation, of a previous marriage to a. Kpauisii Jewess, by whom there was issue a son, named after, his father, George Gordon Byron. I>r. Lushington and Lady Byron's father were made aware of Hie Spanish marriage, and the whole affair was kept secret lest the illegitimacy of Ada Byron sho...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Northumberland Horticulture Society. (Abridged from the Pilot.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

Northtunherland Horticulture, Society. (Abridged *fram. the Filot.) ThU Spring -Showinndcr tlie auspices of of the ? Horticultural 'Association was-''held on the Asylnm Grounds Newcastle, on Friday last; anil, may be characterised as ' the most successful '<Ictnons.trat?m oftlie Icind yet lield in this district. Hitherto an -im -pressicm lia? prevailed' that because the society -was inaugurated'at Waratah, its operations were to -be confined , to "the immediate neighbourhood of that town ship f but tins was'never contemplated. The Society in intended ns n district one,; and cadi 1 succeeding season the Show will be held in different localities* The first Show took-place in- nntrnnn last at Wnratah 5 by tlie courtesy of' Mr. Cane, Superintendent of the Asylum, several of the principal npartmeritsof the insti tution were jijaced nt the disposal of tTie committee ; and- the- arrangements were as perfect as" could be , desired, the en closure having an -holiday garb put on in...

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 — 28 October 1874

Katice to Advertisers- rmrtlenlarl/ rwinesteil to sen* In Iheiv favorj ant lasse than are p.m. oa Ttilvtsya and Fridays: Wherwise vre cannot enar<-t?>l""lr Insestion is She follewlng lase-v. j "?Sistt .avr.> Asat'K-OSlce. ' OctO,>T-30..1*71. . Notice to Correspondents. C-rmrrd?r?OztT>?zTT? will please eheetve thst letters reeebed ansr f onr o'clock ia the aruwnooiis iiiuse -iitely >ior so tbe days of pn Hies* oa. eaa net hsllissillil In lliafnllmrl-r'' -???ntM.a-rosi A"* 3 *'**' Oatae, r-" OeV-Bsr I?, IST*. Our Accounts. Ornt ACCOTT-rrs-lfirr the pas* cnarter ba-rinsrjseet W-eed see ahouM f-el oblur-l "?? onr eomUteeata tor ?a ??ly srttleiuent of the saioe. ?SlBOtarroa akocs" OKts, OeVJ*sjr W, tfta.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOTT'S FLAT CLUB. FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

SCOTT'S KLATCLXTB. FIEST IKSISGS. W. Malonev. b Trunlev... ... ... 2" If. Kulm. b £. J. Bourke 2 D. Badger, b TV- i ?- 0 J. Ilvan, b K. JBnrrc ~ '0 W. Fitt-scrald, 1t jt -IS M i*. Power, ci;!i n nbIT X* Bourke 3 K. .Millar, c Ma l j 1 it 3 J. Badger, c and b Parr... "... ... 0 P. Bourke, b E. J. Bourke , ... ... 0 D. Ilvan. b E. J Bo r/n. 5 \V. Doyle, not o t _ A TByes 7 1 y<_s 2, wides 2 . B Total ... 3* si cond etvisgs. W. Kitr.gcrald, b I Pol-msom ? ' * D. Kyan, 1 b w b I or- ' f ?!. It van, b i\ I ob n on ? * W. Doyle, c .). Po t'ke b. E J Bourke * . L*. I'owtr. b i. I oiiuinoil — -—*" lV D. Badger, b E I I ur*r f** f .1. Badger, c Parr b B T Bourke \ r W. Malonev, b F J bourke * | .H. Killm-oF'. Uolin-on, bEJ Bomie M It. Millar, not i ut 4 ? P. Bourke, b-F Ro'rnson ? J ? Byes o eg byes 1 * fl Tital g ? 1 i Innings --** 9 Grand-Total — J* ffi A meet'n- of the creditors of a Melbourne *g| firm largeiy iutercenrd.'iir. the Laanceston j||| failures has been held, aud-the...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

:; MEiBOqRKE. ( ii ? ;-The; ?:. nephew of Prince- Bismarck has iiarxived—fhavingbeea' sent; cut. for fight ing a duel..

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