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Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

i.a' i Iktelligeaee. fFBOJC - OCE Z L1LG£iT!;re COEKES t . ? rCsDn.vrs.j SYDNEY'. Tuesday, October 27, G p.m, A meeting was held. t.o-day to estab- j lish a fuuersi refo*-*n. r , East evening a large meeting of in , finential citizens was held in favor of the tsristag system of education- JBuJifTp BarfcT a loig speech at -theiS?ceting. , Commodore GoodcnorgH-r-vcded, to day, 4i? first sfcatue of Ctptcin Cook. There vrn& s. very large attendance. " The Government have issued invita tioas for a Parliameatary dinner on , Monday next. Eight "bTcndrcd persons were present .at the dinner given to the Hon. John' to-day.' \ ' Private, teJegrzEins state that war 'hefcrreea -China and Japan was avoided in consequence of the settlement of the Formosa question-

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

Temperance Meeting. A aiEEXEH* in connection -with the National arid Orand Divisions of Sons of Temperance, was held iu the Mechanics' Institute, on- Monday evening. It was expected that Messrs. J.Wearne, MX.A-, M.W.F., and Mr. J. B. Holdsworth, M-AV-Au, would have been in attendance." There-were, about seventy persons present, the inclemency of the eve ning, no doubt, having done something towards lessening the number. On the plat form therewere about fourteen members of the Order, most of whom wore scarfs. The chair was occupied by Mr. Wm. Bow den, who made a ' few prefatory remarks, in which he' apologised for the absence of the two gentl6men above named, who he had no doobt would have edified them in a hi-;h dc \ gree. The cause of their absence he -.v.as un able to state. He then introduced the M.W.S., Mr. .loseph Creer, who had not expected to be called uiH>n at so early a period ol the evening. He said he did nor icel well - enough to make a long speech, tiim they had 3 gr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Insolvency Court. Friday. RE WILLIAM JOHNSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

Insolvency Court! FniDAY. HE WIUJASI JOMKSTOSE. On 'the motion of Mr. Westgarth this estate was released from sequestration, the creditors having been paid in full. ', CBKDrrOBS' DIBECTIOSS. Creditors' directions were ratified in the estates of Simon Griffiths, Henry AVillan Hopper, Itioaard Burns, and Patrick Fita r STJIirtrarDEBS. , Edward Quince,'of Binds, labourer. Lia bilities," £263 10s. Assets, £3J. Mr! Mac kerurie, official assignee. Kobert Dickson, of Bourke-strect, Sydney, warehouseman- -Liabilities, jC363 17s. 6<h, of which,, *12S 10s. is secured. Asseta, £15110s. *'Mr. Humphrey, official assignee. William "Waring, of Sydney, late of Fiji, gentleman. Liabilities, -CIOOO. Aisets, £9. Mr. Humphrey, official assignee. ' ?sciiedui.b filet*. John Hill, of Gulgong, licensed victualler. Cause" of'sequestration : Losses in mining speculation. Liabilities, JS7ID 17s. 7d. As sets, £iBS os. 2d. bnrplus X 135 2s. 7d- Official Assignee, Mr. F. T. Humphrey.

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

A. Gfriyu ??*?*? th? tvi*rsU**Vm isr*\"=cn 'rora IT '.f )'iv!'r*r -v-i--.>-:.-.r ; i In s>ir. rcr.r.c\*cr,, ?u;x\TA"n;T,T.i. gr? a. rs'-.t/r.''. -x'.-.r. > - V/; tr**"", to -.Tare for "JV'-r ??"-"-"."t*u, 1. "?J**** ri CsJ*r of TO.U rriENDPKStaT* iimJcirati: Xi-13t?s'..iastaa?;-. for' titfcmK off Wot; taking down, Walls, of- the Old Court houie. ??.',';,. V J.-, t , -. r ~...., '?-'?-~ \c'- A- .'? : Bpedflfc*ltolis,'<am be &ocn pa eppUcJtfiua. t<j->.M -.'T'>-.-? Jj ?.{'???:'_??':??? :??- ?._ ;, ?,?-,?. ;?.. ;_>.;,:/.,.,,,v^ ;..-,?..?.?j-..-.-j o.'JABSCAS , ,: :,- s 's" ' ? ?- j-.U'-V .""?n;- , ?-.:.,4::t>t GeofgclrtrertJ.-' ? '''" : ? '?' %i, -.;,„.,: .?;? ~..:.; . ;V;t->-;-:;S-'-."'<:.>JBiWt?*ofl<v>'*> JBi Wt?*ofl<v>'* . Itt! tlie iDisteictr O6ttrfc(of : t Saul-? BY'Tirtqc'pf the tltfti.i -DismcfciContt* Act of fasSj-tll? Ecci*- . txar #Ot,t> ??-' POBIACi . <fe '?? ??the...

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

Cricket-Hatch.. Ox Saturday last a cricket match took place bero between Jhe Stcr,Glub and -the Scott* Flat Club, which resulted in an easy victory for the former, by 67' runs. The batting of G. Achurch, and the bowling. of-E- J. JSourbt on tho'side-bf the splendid. The Stars are to play a -match against the Maitlind(National Club, oc'/the frtVNovenl~ beiV.vrhcn.no doubt Uiey—wiU-agafav-iender-a good account.of themselves. The following „is the it*OTlL?r:S?tti*d?y'splay >is STAB, CLUB. ? "Tier- .T.S^-^'^^.rsr^cr-'.ua . F. Eobin3oa,,b.Kiihii .„... ~.~. ~. .-?..... ?* 6 D. HoOlrwJ-c-D^y^Vraihtt* 1 -^ 0 . J. Bourke, b Fitzgerald.: i 'G. Achni-ch, b,Doyle ~ .., „,.,-. --...* 31 ! J.lrunlDy7cMniar,bTifegexaldi' ?-..?- - 1 1 iJ. Martin, c Millar, b Fitageraldj; ..,- 2 ?E. J. Bourke, c Kuhn, b' Fitzgerald ... 10 A. Bnbinson, o Millar, b ft, Ry?n ; ;' ;U. [fif J. Sanv'-c fiuhn, b.Maloney.'.. i-w'i t .-. - f IM. Hagniie, c "Doyle, hfMaloney .?.: ?J' 'J, Gates, not out ? ; ~...?,., , vi,*-...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

; : - Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. > Jβ ?. 11, * M. A H>r(Oit?iyirrfM .< ....en et? c o o , (WlKftOJ) ~ * 0 0 „ i \n O „ (Lurmirj S 13 0 „ 4. a 0 jitHop-nuubti w. .. -.. .. * a iWitt , „' ..... ..,.."..., :.'. .'? * 0 vj<r>t?tanp?r<nce. ?'. .. .... ? fr 0 CiSM (?t-j?a? BJ. Ot.*iC) ?v p?r dot IMwi (VaolaA) M. to IH, nteUil} M. Cacseic tiL jkt lb.

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

Newcastlel fmOM OTTO COBEESPOSDEST.] The anniversary services In connection with ; ho Bowa-streefc Congregational Church; were* hcl<" on Sunday and oncatSU occasion ? wei well attended!. The Rev. Mr. Slatyer, . toSydney, preached both; morning and even's ;in> On .Monday evening a public teameetA ilg, which was also largely attended, was' ; -£ld in the ' schoolroom, which was beauti ully decorated with flags and evergreens for the occasion. At a later honr a meeting was, bitdd; when suitable addresses ' were delivered' by the Itevs. W. Bradley, Baiu, Slatyer, Gaud, and Gordon, and the- choir rendered efficient service- The report showed that the affairs of the church were ia a prosperous state, the proceeds of collectinpr, -Sec, to December, being £00 3s. 5d.; to June 1574, £6G lis. lOd. ; March 3lst, £72 Gs. 4d. ; September 30, £?39 12s. 4d. Proceeds of anniversary meet ings, £2S 13s. 4d. Collections for minion society, S.T, r--. Thank offering-, £11 10s. Sacramental c...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Two Friends. A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

The Two Friends. Jk. tnleof Xlfe in Amstnim. (Written erprrulg for thir Joumaf.J chapter u: . fllY A. O. M."l It was. the lGlh or October, 1870, when Keltic J*right and Frank Temple sat to grther in the. .old Dorsetshire 'gfirtUti. Or the same day and mncti nboat the same hour, another parting wa* taking place between two young- people in the Regent , * Park, London. But the parting- here, tow different, though there Ncctncil, to- If- no htcfc of nffcetion on cither mile. ,T?m\ Upton was thre? and twenty—tall, gooct-looking, and well-to do, holding at that time a lucrative Mhi- ; ' ntinu in a London firm, when* ]io wok niuch liked for his abilities, and vrlicrc , jic was likely to rise very high in time, j Lctty Ashbnrn. ires considered Tory ; fortmiato- when "riie made Fretl licr cap tive. Though Letty linil, wliat was coiisidpred nt thnt tune, ii" very-fair for— time of her own, namely, fire hundred pounds. Ami *he had what was mnch .better, a frne, womanly, tender heart, a gentle...

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Select Poetry. SPEAK LOVINGLY OF WOMAN! [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

Select Poetry. bpeae Krnmar or tromcs i rnieiHnucc ororgk 3C.sk.' CraAK Isridclr of wamaa; Xtt fe*r4a ttum Toaster Ea? ana bur tepffltawm. Boa' ooly Tfatn?"? ?U?- ??-' etmla Uα weaker tcmZ. Xor?UeW?tofttt; But am, of Jtmxr MUn, J>o<?l??ta!nu.a?r BpedcJinrtocir?C wee?e? Th???hfc??C?nr?nii ????> Amgr-ilin ??a*?t tnttfc* K?c?tiisitflili tbat ******Hern'n V> ?ltMMlll *???. / <ml — iJth -?nm> ooiSJia*>rta-? ??? n lllsc* mwf tout ~o?Ti ItMbMiM at b, wp?J-?te? ' Ttih.?n?TliK!i,i?lnHM?. l mMi TO rttmiaeron lt? tin, it. , Th?t.?pMk eriranxa l?rt?rtr, JLad Off tbjxiK it nuut; 'Xlttir vigits&C tail mmnT w AnotlKCV <knl> to aeiin t Ik men <h ?Jlllrti?i chert* .WltK OD?aS?tt SrMift nbwnt - r tli?whoalMK*oat jonr UMI srl?r. , " And SUOHiXS with her font

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A Maid, a Wife, and a Widow, in Three Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

A 2Said,_a Wife, and a "Widow, in Thrae Bays. Tnr. Bmdijo Advertiser gircs the fol lowing particular.* < f np. awfully sudden death nc Snnuhttrst. The deceased, n young m:?i named Yinccnt Courtney, arrived from England some two years ago, nnd having determined to settle down ns a fanner, secured a fine, pro perty, situated, between Fletcher's Creek anil Maroiig. As soon as he had he c""no settled, he wrote to a lady, a Miss Hyde, to whom he was engaged before hf'left England, to j"ia him here.' Tlie lady arrived by the steamship Durham, some three weeks ugo, and the pair were married by the. Rev. Father O'Contii-I, at St. KUimi's Church, M'Crea-streot, on Tuesday last, and returned to their arjiiij that. dnv v Gn Th'jjiaa*' "£C'"*3JSi-* the deceased rose "about 5 o'clock; and while dressing-, he was attacked with a violent fit of shivering, aud became speechless." 'He pointed his wife to a neighbour's house, and by hit. gestures evidently wished-har to send for him. This ...

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

Wonderful Spirit Doings. A CoMSToCKKit, who has been sojonrn ing at tlic Genoa hot springs for a few days informs' the Yirginta- CiVy Enterprise, that during two or three days, tliey had some very interesting spiritual seances:, at that place. A con siderable number of Virguiians and Gold Hitlers arc stopping at the hotel, and among others a laity who claims to be something of ,? spiritual .medium. ? Having nothing with wliich to occupy ' their minds, they formed a circle and | invoked ? the spirits. Raps were heard | at the first sitting, and believers, semi- I believer*, and everybody abont the house 1 became very much interested. Qncs- '. tions of all kinds were asked and an swered—generally in a catisfactory man ner—-and for nlnrat three days the ex- , citcment almnt the spirits was at fever heat. Finally a guest made known the , fact thnt he was possessed of the power I of cracking the i-mall toes of his feet at I will, nnd showed that whenever his knee prosed tlie tabic tlie s...

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

WOLLONGONG.       A son of Mr. Smith, auctioneer, was   killed by lightning on Sunday.

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Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 28 October 1874

Items of Latest News. (From the Papers.) A man. naawd -Ortawwn XttHlpx Svnag in <2torenee-street, A t-yrtaw.r,. '***;, <** ' Friday nromiag-.. in a St' otVpbplexy.?, / 190 men are-oat of emptaymc-at-xxa. account o!f the strike atFirlsatt'jrfontH&y. ?-. : ' Oa' sohi ?'. at Melbourne s^l : s.'frst;'nrrw"arzas < ? "jett/ ' .' Mioton McwVe?taisi;'r4i^^ ?jCl"^ooOj.'"Bitoft^:.'af.'"^'ji?-tW : ;S " '"' ???? "Mr.: ""-?*'trst^^ Melhoarnes ? into .a'pr^xala^Aassaaa^ haiit and to "lMiir?.a-;.to Sunday ?t*>?i^4iire^'S^^:^*J*^Vv-:v: : ;' .Tbej has. . ?.; ,? ;,':':'?': ?'? ? of .the W' per. fonnf^oa^T*i?rriir"fr^ The pohce uecnfsd'affauE of coiners in ted for triaC*'*'""';vT^*vT : v:if-;';;: v';*T";:";';;;;.?';;''? .'""?.???' The Marzqais.of J? expected to arrive enaTof : Novem ber. ' ex pected at WcdlingtonzTiroiit tlje'soatii. . Theschooiaezr a lost. : . Gales vin-y: j*jjirtar '.'*it?zea?c?ied:,:, ? much dsrnyg*"'. T'T -' '?'?'""' ?"-"' 'T ?""-;;,; ?:...

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

James. I*a7te broajriit be;-re tie ' charged with being of ciisouk'! mine. _ '? j Patrick Jl'Morxow, a constable st-ttioscd j at Jerry's Plains, deposed that oa last Satar- | daiy'-the-'deien&ant'sixtber came to his place. TeqaesSngr liim to do something with <Je^. 'fe?ssats ; as'he had said he -was going to Smel?toateEet * mas. nasae-l Ben Forrestex; toKII btms* Witness went -with'his-fethcr to. See Juav ami:s-d-eeoaently v lMwi^t-him;jto : '?-..„'" V ?! Bj- defendanti: Toa said yoa would follow ; Ben -j:.] ?*- H Hrai-y : Gfeass-*yaleg*Hy qualified medical* prmctitioner residing and practising in Single ton, deposedthat cat, last Saturdayhe.via-.ted defendant in BSngTetoaloefcnp j he foundbim suffering from derangement of mind; he could not say-front -what cause, most likely hereditary, lis considered he would be liable at any moment to commit on. injury uixrac othcra oc himself, and -therefore should be under some restraint, aa he was not fit to be at large. Def...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKETS. (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

MELBOTJBJSE; LIVE STOCK JHABKETS. CP$ Sftegraph. tt> the Msratd.) Wednesday. Mrw. V. Campbell and Co. report : —Fat Cattle, 12O0 ionrard; all aoW to-day. ".Prices needed 2th. a head. 2-1,000 sheep yarded; best wethers a, shade higher ; others us- ? changed*. .' Messrs, Powers, Ruthrirford. - and Co. roe" ' port: —28,000 sheep and lambs yarded.- A slight advance was obtained for best quality. VMM -cattle vau-dea—-nothing very* prime. ? Quotations — to*, to- iOn. lower. : We sold ' 2CO. from Queensland; bollocks zCIO 65.; cows, £8 ss. Messrs. Richard Gibson and Od. report :— Cattle, 1200 yarded; prices down 15s. Sheep : "*'.ooo penned ; prices up 6A. Messrs. Ryau and Hammond report:—Fat cattle, 1200 penned: market dull, closing 20a, down. Good and prime bullocks, £910s. to £12; a few single, extra prime, to IS guineas; second quality and middling;, a*?' to £& 10s. I'rinwS cows, £7 to £3 7s. Gd. - Fat sheep, 24,000 forward. Prime quality slightly firmer; other qualities -ver...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Commercial Intelligence. SESGLETOU PRICE LIST. SfenCVTbelettlv) *t- (B*t?U) ?d. redox. Bactgr(Wtu>ln?lu)9>l, (B*ui!) l>. per lb- Swoa. (V7hol?wlr>Scl. to GO, <Ketjiil) SU. Cbcoe (WTiote??fc> ?b J>er v>. ? ?. d ?? * ?. * SV(O?t?>)<eTIX? SO j>to? O O ,(Wbo?tcu) * ? e?.*H J ' (lmcen?> „ 11* 0 ? * fr .* ? jUfwporbtubel .. * ? Ort? „ ? J Pdtetospercwt. .?' * "

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Items of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

items of Latest News. ( Conaetued from the'Papers.) An inquest was.held on ttpper. The verdict waa. that he committed suicide whilst labouring- under a. fit; o£ temporary insanity. The jury added, A. rider to the effect tijit aeeeaseu mcaaanet scalek>; oer??KMrea. from > aod consider his removal actact of grow inhumanity, nod d.?.x rfng ccagrre COodem?tttioCfc., . Cfooer- the tiUe o£ Episcopal; despotism, ?>t? "ft—g* Cbaxlies. £?? C&rrey ha&pcitbiii&bied. a TMMnphVt, printed by S-Glaasop, 9s, Oarenec street, Sydney; six separata dnca* meats oa. ti? coaUmei?j between the fiSsnop> of wndt Axssxidate and 2Cx* Currey. Another burglary was committed on Tues day; this time Upon the premi&n of JSr. Backs,. draper, at Newtown. Three- men, wh?> irae dustDxbpdbj-?.p?ittematt,paeens, ????[?* to carry off £20 worth, of linen Wo leaxttfiom the JKmmhv JSsm* that Mr. Moses Joseph, at-Jtaharatta andiondoo. h*? presented to the. Soxobala School ofArttj,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

Varieties. I A shot that "bits is better than a broadside that misses. A punctual man can always find ; leisure, a negligent one never. All persons know when they are knaves ; few when tliey are fools. Ink is a caustic which burns oftenest the fingers of those who use it. 'If an author would compose a sensi ble hook, he should he himself com posed. Every art is best taught by example; good deeds are productive of good "friends. Vice stings us even in our pleasures; but virtue consoles us, even in our pains. ' Yon are not uncivil, when, by yonr life, yon give the fears of your friends the he. If yon listen patiently to calumny, you are only a trifle less guilty than the utterer. Beverses are the dread of the fortu "tunato and tho hope of the unforfcu tunate.. It is a truth not often "realised, that men must be already. wise in order to love wisdom. True souls are made brighter hy sor f*ow. The ocean is most phosphorescent after a storm. M'p'T" generally make way for him who is deter-...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Wrongheads. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

V; ran.crliead.3. £_i:-:r-:c tic- —.~;t urijlcossEt people one ih co=:7.'i:licd tc .rub fhoclocrs with on. iife'E birjiiiTsy ere the class whose din.ds tike hold of everything, as It i were, the *?-TX>"ig end foremost. They are usually as obstinate as perverse, and [ Tie false inferences they draw from, mis } apprehended promises they adhere to with as much tenacity as if they- were gospel truths. One knows not how to deal with seek mcorrigibles; Good h-xmoored "rail-ring; they axe as Hkazhr- as not to vr"f*ele? for studied insults, en deavours to instruct and convince for airs of superiority, and whatever one may- do or say with a view of benefitting them, for insidious attempts to get on their blind side. Their field of. moral vision is filled witli a mist of suspicion which distorts everything-, and it is in vain to reason with them, for you can, no more do away with their absurd im pressions than you can wipe out graven letters with, a sponge. Error, we sup pose, is to them w...

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BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 31 October 1874

BBISEAXE AND ?ZOSSRZS STJUIWL.. . j Han. 18th October, lWi. I About Han.4tlllict.UT4., „ 14th. Kmabic, V _ Jitlfor. _? _ Ucb Cooembor, „ J _, S?li*_ „, . „ lOchJaaiurr, ISTS. „ I7thixc ~ . Ttu aureh. „ _ :i<t rrfv . ???h April, „ „ JUMk, ?

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