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The Renounced Inheritance. (A Complete Tale.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
. The Benonneed. Inheritance. C4 'Complete Tale.) '" JS*>?fc in your - rightWAdt**"-*-"-- '* ''" - I Aunt, Harriet. I fell no. p\'&m?l7t^.7tis*'o'Iltl?^anity. ,, Lady > W?rri"tt TTcreford, of Hereford Hall'i'teafiedif. tfcE in E cr? ?*I ioned urn?-cluk ; r, a.id - rrppricd her vinaigrette rtpi.her aose. ?. It "Was ipotv thnaj she "couldco'iiprx-honi I—"-this, unheard-of con duct of- tier. ..niece. Tile ? fashionable wow-incf'th-owi-rld horn no under .' atarrdiug of it. * _ ; "It is* incredible,- Magdalene I? a I always thought "ynu were a" girl of good. - sense." ? '"" "Thank you, auntie. I claim to be." ; *_, * .?* But you have. ??? right to tho claim ! ;;Sncii an'nliwinl thing!- You will not - persist in' .1' Tug it, will yon, Maggie, rlenr 7" er>~,t".igly. lifted her Tiandsprae head with an ntr '-f quiet pride. Her cheeks 'glowod. iter ' hiucel oyerr shone with a calm and steady light. There was de r-icrmiimlicii lil-.c iruu in the curve of the ? red lips. .? "I ...
Insolvency Court. SURRENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Insolvency Court, SVKKXXDECS. Patrick Magiiire. ol 77, Query-afcreet, xiear the Haymaxket, labourer, late oi XJizon-atreet Sydney. Cause of Bequestration: Pressure of judgment creditors. Liabilities, .£40 lis. IOJd. Assets, £3 13s. 1 Jd. Deficiexie-r. .£36 18s. Sd. 'Official assignee, X&. J. F. Mackenzie. John O'Meara, of the Dove Inn, Erskine street, licensed publican. Canso of seques tration : Losses in business, &c. Liabilities, JEI6S. Assets, £165. Official assignee, Mr. """*. T.'Busaphczy. John Howling, junr., of Dnkc-strect, Bal. main, lately a commission agent. Liabilities, £7*6 7s. Id. Assets, £237 is. 70- Deffi. ciency, £500 2s. Od. Daniel Pinkerton, of Dalrnorton, labourer. Diabilities, X2D2 ss. BJd. Assets, £T. Mr. Humphcry, official assignee.
Victoria Racing Club Spring Meeting, 1874. (From the Herald.) Saturday, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Victoria Sacing C-I_.b Spring 1 Meeting;, IS74; (From the Kerala.} Satcbdat. Octodie ll. Xmouc waa a high wind with squalls throughout the day, but no'rain. His KTreffency the Governor waa present, and the attendance waa very pood. Sever—1 four- in-hand torn-oats were oa the course Uxxbobske Stakes.— A. sweepstakes of 6 eoTereigns each, with 7G added. For three years old, 7 si. 3 lbe. ; * Ton, 9 St.; 5 years, Sat. 6 lbs. ;G years and aged, 9st. 7 lbs- One mile and a. quarter. '. " Mr. E: Do Slestre's Dogworth, 6 years ... 1 A. Chirnside's Haricot. 4. years ... 2 J. Wilson's King of the Bing, 5 years 3 The following horses also started :—Specula tion, Lapidist, Mirth, King Philip, and Gas light. Dagwortb was the favourite, and the betting was 5t02 on the field. Hirth west away with the lead; Xapidist second; hat at the. back ol the course Speculation came up and took np the running with Lspidist, and King of the Ring all behind. Near the Abattoirs Gaslight bolted off the coune. Under...
Maitland Circuit Court. (From our Own Reporter.) Monday, November 2, 1874. (Before His Honor, Mr. Justice Fawgett, and a jury of four.) MURRAY V. MULLIGAN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Maitland Circuit Court. ??''?.'(Fn-x Orm Owir Bepobteb.) . Mokdax, XovxarefcK 2, 1874. (Before His Honor, Mr. JcsrtCB FAWOirrT, and a jury of four.) '' M.USBAT V. arOIXIOAX. ' This was ah action for libel, in which BobertLennen Murray, a licensed surveyor, was the plaintiff, and Francis B. Mulligan, a storekeeper at Inverell. the defendant. - The declaration set forth that the defend ant had publicly and nntKcionsly written and published in the Inr'sriU Dispatch, a. certain tetter, reflecting on his conduct as a licensed sorveyoT with" regard (o. certain selections on the xun of a lady, now plaintiff's wife. The first better stated, that on the 33rd October, 1873, the defendant hnd free-selectea for hU son, a lad about-elefen years of age, on Auburn Vale ran, and on' November 16th he occupied his selection, sleeping in a log gnnyah coTercd with galvanized iroTi Hβ also, occupied this hut. ea the. Friday, Satur day, and Sunday subsequently, livjner there at the time the alleged libel...
Who Wins. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Who Wins. Ax hotel-keeper recently learned- some-, thing-in. this wise:—Two countrymen took- lodgings at hir. place, and' fared sumptuously,drialdue three bottles of wine 4ailj. The last day, en&lt;X belore they had settled their bill, * dispnte sicee- about the s-pced of their horses. Tlwy at last settled upon a race, and-?p pdinted fee Isndlprdjudge. /VVhbftthcx www xeadj- the jadgifr. gave the word—? o?*, two, three, sod " offi" Away they went, and hiwe ieea eeea nor bend -of sane.
Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Newcastle. fircon OCE COKEESrOSr>ENT.3 J Tins esport of coal for the week ending 30th 1 October io 21,690 tons—of which 3217 were shipped to Sydney,- 4CCG. Melbourne, 37-4 I Adelaide, S9G Vfailaxoo, 2615 New Zealand, Cfcecfoo, 828 Guile,' 1507 Ssa Francisco, CC6 Colombo, 3419 Hongkong, 336 Mauritius, GS!> S? C-iicdoaia. 375- steamers, and 10j7 for home consumption.; also, 4£ tons coke $>er j-. JL. Company to Sydney. D'jiricp; the first part'oi last month ; the iwipnncitt? to JCcw Zealand jarti. — VTcUiugion,' 3505 toes, rjuuedin, 232!", Auclslandr ISB3, Lytteltou, 377. X.-.pier, 413. Timaru, 271, and tho At the i'olicc Coyxxt os-nidsf last, John Sullivan, boarding-housekeeper, was charged —iti illegally harbouring one ; Louis Henry a deserter from the JTrencb. barque Yictorinc, without using means to ascertain if the seaman had been discharged .from bis last ship. .??'??: :, ??,?"> '"????- ?'???'? ;'? ??? Louis Henry Busne, deposed: I was an articled seaman oa board, the...
Death in a Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Death in a Church. A vsxv sudden death occurred on Sun day morning during the celebration of divine service at the Temperance Hall in Russell-street. Just as tho preacher commenced his sermon, a man named John Thompson, a contractor, living ia Flinders-street, fell down in a fit. Assistance being at once rendered, hewas carried out into an adjoining room, wiien medical aid was rendered by Dr. Robertson, but to no effect, death resulting in a few minutest. The de ceased was sixty-three Tears of age, and had been for some time under treatment for liver complaint. He seemed per fectly well before going to the Tomper ance Hall; and although it is supposed death resulted from disease "f the heart, yet there was no evidence to that effect. Tho body was removed to the Morgue, where it awaits an inquest.— ZJZetboume Tclcyrapk. An Arrful Glntton.—The proprietor of &lt;i large hfitel . told us, a short time ago, that on that particular day he hnd liad a dinner in every rfx.m in t!ic h...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
']".'. Official Correspondence. J' " Your most obedient Servant. - .- *JpHBf-BA__ "Under Secretary.* "W. C. Browne. Eaq_ "211 MJacgn-gn ifuat, Sydney." Tex following- official correspondence has been kindly forwarded to naby-our W. C Browne. Esq., M.T.rA„":-— '. "Department of Public, Works, " Bottds under Xntitteee, " Sydney, November 2nd, IS7L. . " Bob, —In compliance -with flic Ttxgiest con tained in yoor letter of the I sin s&lt;Mr.. directed to isfonn. 70a that the Secretary'for Public Woik* hji approred of 'tbrEoadfrom ''Broke vi* Kiae Mile Cneek to the MinistaH BpifWTasfcporth BobcE" being * T* , upon **?? Scbednltt ?f "B*t?ww> TVwii fnr.lftTff ffir Tft wffr?. KtTi ?TTrot rm "IhaTe thelionortobe?Siiv
Conflicting Views. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Conflicting: Views. As American paper tells a story of ? man who having just bought a horse consulted various authorites as .to . the "jjjsuner in which it should be lodged- He reatJ * nat * **& c window in a stable makes a hottS?'-* eye'weak on that side; a window in *"* by the i'are; a window behind ,S2£s* ??"?*? squint; a window 'on a diagoniai ?"?* c ' 'makes* hint shy when he travels ; a stable with a skylight is too hot in sum mer, and too cold in winter; and the absence of a window makes the horse blind. The animal was taken to the auction mart.
Dreadful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Breadfnl Accident. A vest serious accident occurred this mornings at about' 8 o'clock, to a labourer- named Timothy "Madden,,, at work on a travelling crane, on tbe new building at present being erected as the Presbyterian College, at Newtown. ,By some means the uufortunate ? man lost his hold and fell to the ground, a dis tance of tome 30 or 40 feet, sustaining the following injuries: Comminuted fracture of left thigh, fracture of wrist, laceration of right leg, extending down to the bone, and other wounds and bruises. The sufferer was at once con veyed to tlie Infirniziry, where he now lies iv a critical state.
Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) . The Hyde Park Improvement Committee have found it necessary to barricade portions of that popular place of resort and thorough fare, ' as, notwithstanding that there; are plenty of paths leading in all directions, per sons will persist in .smashing down the grass by making short cuts across the plots. Messrs. Brewster and Trebeck sold by auc tion this morning the Cnbbte station on the Cuigoa- j?iver, Queensland, with 7750" cat tin at £*? 15s. 3d. per head ; horses; stores, arid all ; sundries at a valuation.' -'..Estimated amount of sale, M'EUry, purchaser! '"'/?:;' '";"?v'''!'.'.""'' " ; * 1!';?-"':.-'.?: The Bruckley Castle,- frite. "Londonto Sydney, with a general cargo. .valued at £38.200, arrived a few days ago. ;;,.:? -'.??'.?;'. Tbe Sultan of Turkeyhas ordered.2oo field gnus from Krapp at his own cost, and the Sultana, his mother, thirty guns, in ad dition to twenty already purchased, con ditionally to tbeir being delive...
The New Krapp Field Guns. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 4 November 1874
The New Kxnpp Field Gnus. The result of the trials made with these guns, constructed for the German field artillery' has been every' way satisfac tory. The new gnns, besides having a larger charge of powder than has hitherto been employed by any nation, carry .a long grenade with a very strong explo sive mixture, so that when fired it bursts, into two and. a half as many fragments as any ordinary ones. Tho new guns are also provided with iron gun-car riages, and their total weight, even in the case of the heavier calibres, is not so great as tbat of the present eight-centi metre gnn. The firm of Krupp has engaged to provide a sufficient quantity of these guns to equip the whole of the Grerman field artillery with the necessary reserve by next spring.
Sale of the "Mercury." [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874
Sale of the "Merenxy." The Juatflanct- Utereitry nc-nrspaper propertj and bnpiness was sold on Wednesday paper says), at the Exchange, Sydney, by public auction, by Messrs.,;33rankeE&lt;aml .Sparkc, fox the ?om. ?of £10,150,, (ten thousand one hundred and fifty pounds). ' JChe. sale was'made, by -tlie Trustees oFthe late Mrs.",; Alexander Falls, .by.the direction .oE.hie,- Honor the Primary Judge, in Eqnitjy under the provisions of Airs. ITaUs's.-iYill. , The present pur chase is matte at a rate of from six to ! seven years* purchase, on tjie Trustees' first years* surplus receipts-r-ftUbongh by making.'cuctraordinsry exertions, Uie Trustees have collected in. cwtsidcrably more, for the benefit of Mrs. Fall&'ssons, in the last six uiontlxs. .Bven at tlia, high rate of.collection, the present pur chase is made at three year;*' purchase! j Mr. Jones's (a former proprietor's} estimate of value. ? But inasmuch as no, buyer., coald venture to adopt the very proper, bub ve...
The Strike in Brisbane. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874
The Strike in Brisbane. A stEETJNa of tlie Boot audSlioemakec's Protective Uaioa, -was heU yestonlaj evening, to take into ennsideratioa the existing strike among the workmen, con- nected /with Messrs- Harries factory ' From a.js(atement -made by the chair man of the meeting-, Mr. B. Murray, it appeared that for some tune past the men in. the factory of Messrs., Harris, and also in that, "of?.Mγ. Hunter, have been working according to a scale of charges approved "of by. tfie Union". Messrs. Harris Lave lately imported aud erected a j machine by which the soles of hoots arc sewn to ttie Uppers; this machiue, contend, gives them no button the contrary, causes their work to' be rather more difficult. has also Imported a similar machine, and the tiro firms have sent to their men a reduced Scale of charges" oiiTsewn boots,', lowering the ?wages by from 3s. to 4s. per dozen !>airs, mafcing_a difference, according- to Mr. Murray's calculation, of from 12s. to 18s.'per vreek in tl?e earn...
Mysterious Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874
HSjsterioos Occurrence. The Glen Innes β-uardian relates* that a. ton of ilr. John Fletcher met with a iCsaster. vrhile out on Gie Glen. Elgin ran, the fetation which the unfortunate lad -was staying at. Our informant goes on to state that Archio Fletcher, the young lad referred to, was found only about a mile from the station with his face and hands burnt, his face presenting a blackened appearance, and his hands -wasted to that degree that the ;inn -was all off them. He -was. found? wandering- about in an insensible condition, resulting- from such terrible injuries, and could give no satisfactory answers to any f|iiestioris put to him as " to hoiv he oxne to burnt in this dreadful manner. The only account he gave was that lie called at a digger's but, and finding nc> one at home came away again., and when near Blower's Gjilley got off his to got a drink, and from that time had no recollec tion of anything till on recovery-from his insensibility he found.himself lying in a scrub...
Economical Spirits. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874
Economical Spirits. Jγ is r&lt;,'£r-slnnj£ to find, an a pernscl of oaxXc-vr ZvslaaA files, some evidence of t1i? f;ici tjrat all the inhabitants- of that '_' tight little i-lami" , ere liot imbued the gaiatejgisptrit of fifie^eg^ae"i era. - : y.j?re still; ?^t .ejaami^fc >iadi~, I .je,j^;^i^?|^ita: r o^;^ ? State' .-jpif civlluattion, .an&lt;i, incre-a-jag "texatnicT .'Of axe iiffwrded a strifeSig proof; Iμ tiie' actieu. of a Mr. Pa\Tcticli, a resl deut.-bf DuneiJin, ? tbe capital of flic! Sotttk Island of'Jfewr Zealand,-who has" issued tlie of a ." Marine Storeaiul riggory Compauj-, limited.** T2k? title is not etipiionious, but the I2eal ccniM only omaiiatf from the brain, of a gonius, ami i=; certainly a happy effort' to i-ducatc Uv people iip to tlie"highost. standard of uuiuibtic economy. ilr. Pavli-tich is utit to bo deluded by an ' artificial and ephemeral state of pros- jKS-ritjr. He bcluvcs there are, and \rili contiunc to be, poor, just as there are ext...