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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 29 September 1880

THE l^ ?': ????.: '?- ??? - /LOCKSTITCH :: : ;:;; :<>:—-- —-—?. ??? v .;? TOa HAND AND,TBEAr>]^'!USBr-,;.^''^-->i-'^l , M j '^^!; : P MACHJ#B,in foe ?mtffyb/tm&iltef Bj&pty&\;tor-''M ajrt.A'- ?;*,.,/A ?:'- ' every variety >ol'sowing, ' from O.e fideet nmelin ,B j^qHgpJfll JlFft. ' See? t&pip'.aiipwl6V;'?'Sna';eontal?e s 'iill; r lmiS' n, ?v ,, , h -' , _i?_—_- : . 6,fi ;t,v j ??/; ; /;. 'IS. rWil;;;i-a,r jii<.nf;-4-'i(jo?:.--y'if'i?iAV'-'.--fV'.-Hiij ?.>.IT ?? ?. . ? ? ...-— -~- T -.. '„? : 'e ; .V ?E It V : ?'??? D' , A V ???.. !; ,..--..: . ,-' ..Of-'K I" ,I1;C~ 'H."!lll<:-]tprf ' ? . ? — i.^^.l J .^l :^%iO^l^'-j^..--^ ii ,TJ z '-im-ajiaJUff! '""' '"' '"'"'""'' '".?ft)-.,-''- /iVt-:KJ : i OVy , al or alteratic n of AdvertieoWtiie\mst. be giren 4n .they* cannot bo gnarante id ;, atientiWr.' , f'"' ! <' H ' ,u > v '-> !, ' ,ii " !I )^' l ' i|( """ , ' ! :o: LfitluraJioJhfl.Editor should ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, Sept. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 29 September 1880

THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, Sept. 23. The Australian team commenced a match against the county eleven at Nottingham to-day. Bannerman and s[?] were unable to play. The VtWtrbllon^'.'tWeforbjV^layed-fbwe'mhD hort. They went firet to thfriwlokete, 1 mfl I j In>. Bu*ting..spget}>?!r i#/ otal of 141 before the fall of the ninth I vicket. Tho greater part of *1!. fntal : ?ae made by Murdoch and Alexander. Dbe former played an excell.eut innings ;or 42 before ho wae caught ont. alsoplayed wolffor 40,*wnW" )O was clean The Hojriejfc^ani hen conimenrt'dtheli* first inrirng?; Iran , iud loot one wicket for 13 runs when ,ime wae culled. was prepared, and. ho pjaMrtd; wrcipiytrwn? in t&jqaj orderw L'ho! iwlathefr J W?fe?fino, ftiwf & largo* Catherine of speotatore witnessed the Sopt. 24. 0 3} he, irn.ajjqh,against; > Nottingham ?c i 9.njnpd u^,fltt^.)l i,iTj|e.,l?tt^.,cfjnt\nHC,d 6 'f,tjJj\S,j an Jib'ihiiing? clo?ing for a total of Bft.;[ Barnes and Sbrow?bnry m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Richard Snelsonj ' nMNIB u8 PBOPA;iB'TO R 048TLBRBAGH-STRt!ET, BmQLKTON. , rrOKSES ana UtQGIES in HIHB ot g 0 BEASONABLE£ATBS. i , _- q Ptfjcngere and Paaeoneere" Lpggago oon. pjMj to ond frqui BaU? ajr etatipn. , Wanted everybody to know That the , J.M ? ( t fOODYILLE epSE WAS AWARDED FIRST PRIZES it tho Bingleton and TTneweUbrook_ Shows (> of 1880,^ Dellwred at any part of "BlnglclorWkt 3d. per iij; EDWARD. ORAQO, warkVorth!; PERRY, BOYCE & GO. STOCK STATION, AND GENERAL „ AUcrrroNEE?s, rtiinireSION,LAND& ESTATE AGENTS, WOOL BROKERS It VALUATORS, Jβ MARKET STREET, SYDNE¥. THE firm ARE PBEPARED, if dceireiJ, -to make advances upon PRO PERTY WOOL, ps PRODUCE placed in Iheir bands for sale. Their charges upon all toiflesit"la*ertalccn them will be strictly All fcwours will receive prompt | ''li&Sjnt safes t wll|i te lorwarded without ] iiUf." Commissions carefully and, espedi tionsly oSecated. %'. .i. Tte firm having leased one Of thoso largo itoresfh JlaAe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

; i IJpLI,OW,AY'B ; OINTMENT! AND, PILLS.-T-- the most formidable and chtonip; ? characters have been cured by, Holly way's remedies. Ulcerations which have, proved ;-.lll6loB6l76B iricurablo 'by any other ! -known i nieans have:healed, kindly hinder tho ;purify>: ing and regenerating influence, of this excel lent Ointment. "Spraius, stiff joints) .con-, ? tracted muscles, arid glandular awcllinge can ;be moat, , safoly'arid effectunlly honied 'by , i|olldvT?y'B Ointment, and Pille, which can ;.do mo !harm, .under. ,any, ciranmstances. Neither of these medicamentfl has anything deleterious in; ;its Composition ; ' bom ate essentially' purifying , ' and- strengthening in their iiature. , .The combined powqr of those noble.remedies enables thon successfully: to cope with most descriptions / of impnritie" and to cnte, or at least relieve, '.most. vaiis ies of ???' '?'.'???' v ' ! ??' ?'????? : -'.- £? <?-£l Free Gifts I—Tho Proprietors o, AnoMATio 9caj?pAsi.scirNAppB,f to...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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J. Moore and Co.'s Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

J. Moore and Co.'s Cricket Club. THE annual meeting of J. Mooro and Co.'s C. C. was held on Thursday last, at the residence of the Secretary (Mr. W. R. Rowles). The attendance of members was limit.ft. T.m chair was oci'npiod by Mr. P. Huston, V.P., who called upon the Seorotary to read tbo' Annual Report. ' ? The Committco commenced its report by congratulating the moniibore upon the success of the past soason; 4 matches bad been played—3 won and 1 lost. Mr. \V. R; Rowles bad, with, an average of 18 J runs per innings, won the trophy offered by Mr. C. M , Cosker. The sarao gentleman was nlso, with a bowling average of 4| tuna per wiokot, the winner of Mr; Leivis , trophy. A word of praise was given to Mr. H. C. Wheeler, who came second in each department of tlib game. Tho financial position of tlm Club was good, there being a credit balance of 7s. 3d. Tbo following paragrapb also appeared in the report:—" After each a succesafol eeason as ilie past, your Committee with regret sugges...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Items. A VICTORIAN Civil servant was recently dismissed avowedly because he enter-<*> tained "an opinion adverse to the views of the Minister" as to further reductions beiag made in his department. Tho Argus very properly denoances this action. Lord Loftus will, on his rottrrn from Melbourne, be the guest of. Sir P. A. Jennings for a few days. Tlio Freo Selectors' Conference met on Thursday. Tho first question con sidered was the abolition of the payment of interest upon the unpaid balances of conditional purchaso3. The subject was discussed at great length; and a reso lution brought forward by Mr. F. J. Piggott, of Wagga Wegga, declaring tho desirableness of tho abolition of interest on unpaid baluncos, was carried without disHcnt. , A company has boon formed to supply Temora with wator, and a largo storage has already boen secured. The capital is £4000, of which £2000 are oflered to tho public in shares of £50 each. ' The Totalisator Bill, after consider abJo opposit...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Bits from the "Bulletin." [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Bits from the "Bulletin." David Buchanan—-Mud-G. A N.Z. paper is advertising for a "sober editor." The backs of the maps an Combes's £2jOOO School. Report ? mako excellent "copy" slips for pressroom ??:<??< ''??- ; ;.',?' ; ?? Tho first ;Stephen-'oyer. taken aback; was Matthow Henry when" ho heard the words "two hundred and fifty ;ponndB.' ! > ; ,They.say at:Tomora that tho good 'lockingjgirls do .more :Uo ?: civilize plnco . than' the ;Rev. -Peter 'Campbell does. ?:??;? :.?>,,?,;-'rU. .v.i'::.-:-!;:' i ; '?";.:?'? '? We'll <:f. stand 'by a'brother :judgb," and, tho three did ; jnot four; sqnare of courso, but triangularly, an thft saying is. , Tho other day wo saw. in: the Herald that at the ball given by'the Mayor of Melbourne thoro- was -".a 1 noticeable absenco of tho leading families." 'Wo wonder who tho " lending familieB"nre? Whou Sir -Horcnles took leave of N. Z., .he'declared: that ho was so enamoured of tho colony that ho would/like t...

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PLAYMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

PLAYMATES. GEORGE WARRINGTON. A TRIPPING footfall on the stair— A vision from "Le Follet"— A sudden fragrance in the air— Ye gods! can this be Molly [?] This ?" symphony , ' in silver white, ? Perohanqe some star—off duty— '? Come down to set us mortals right Upon ideas of beauty. Or snow-flake that has loat. its way— ? Its path of life mistaken- Some dream, that flies at break of day, "?" And leaves us loath to waken. ; : The Molly that I knew of yore, Was but a phit of seven. In sandalled chocs and pinafore—? ? . While! wa? just eleven.. ? A pair of youthful lovors we In days of childish folly, . Ere Time had stole a maroh on mc, And carried off my Molly. "'?Belentlese parents" came between. '?- Behold Miss Mary Beaton Consigned to boarding-school routino— And me— a fag at Eton. ' Ah, Molly, I shall ne'er forget . : The day on which we parted j I think you oriod, you small coquette; And I was broken-hearted. A Niobe in garments brief, ".'?.. Tyir tears wore quite in season; But th...

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Arrival of the English Mail via Suez at Albany. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Arrival of the English Mail via Suez at Albany. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, August 27. TWO members of the English Cabinet have Threatened to resign if the hostile demonstration is proceeded with by our Government against Turkey, in favour Jof;Greece andi Constantinople.;f.,lv?d.iF'. \ jPaslia, the?.Turk.i&h ;Premior; in-.tin'derrf \ v etood tobij. in favour- of;A:eettleroen& of ' qnestion,-: which he--b.eliov6.3f ?-~ cfln;be;arr/iingcd byrinulual concessions; ? .ft is;stated that alLCabinetu >yillnccept [ .a'qolleotiyo/replyito'the Porto's.Jafiinotp; on the Greek queftlon, ,drawn Op;hy ;i thqi English,. ?Prom .'other sonrcoB,WQ).li'a[rn,- ; - ;that the Russian Ad mill's: orders -hpfiW ' beencpnnte.rman'Jedi and thath&.roroajins ' at-J?j.roeu.B;untilihe iiaa/hcenjoiued bylrt' frigate ; from-;Naplea.' >lt can -nof longtir,. ( , he. doubted that ;:a';nnValdomDdstra.lion: jie ngain ; contomplntcd ia some quarters, 'but Germany posaesSea no Vessel, in the Hedit...

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CONSTANTINOPLE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

CONSTANTINOPLE. Wednesday. The Ambassadors of the Great Powers have signed a Protocol, declaring the solidarity of the Powers with respect to the execution of the Berlin Treaty, and repudiating any desire for aggran disement as regards their own terri tories.

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Miscellaneous. COWPER'S FIRST IMPORTANT POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Miscellaneous. COWPER'S FIRST IMPORTANT POEM. Temple Bar. IT was a lady who suggested to Cowper the subject of his first important poem, and it was a lady who became the means of making him popular. Before the tion of hie first Volume, in the_Bnmnj? r flJ 1781, Cowpbr became acquainted witn vaay, Austen,"4 lively, agreeable woman, who had seen muoh of the world, and aocounted it ft groat simpleton, as it is j one who laughed, and made laugh, and oould keep up a conversation without eeenung to labour at it. , ' The acau?int?noe coon ripened iDto intinwoy. The most sunny, years of Cowper'e life were, those spent in tidy Austen'e She diempated hie melanoholy, stimulated hie geniuvftna added a fresKqhairta to his life. One uay, to relieve a fit of terrible deepondenoy/eh* rebountedto hie.thejrtbrypf ac one which the had heard in childhood j and the next morning the poet Mnthw the ballaiwhioh will be read with pleairaie m long iw the: staple, genuine" humour. \ But this celebrated b?llad...

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Ouida. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Ouida. Crabbe. THE following is extracted from an "Anecdotal Photograph" in Truth (London):- some years ago visitors to the Laugham Hotel used often to notice r ihythe roaJing-ropm : n;lttdy,. whose ovi dent to nttr.net otten.tipu. -*sho was of unctrthin nge, apparently in; v iho.forties, <.a:Lvary,youug- ; 'ladyish etylo of costume". Slip ';lind?;ft' : .vjhich>;se<sme;di t0... bo.! copkqd'Mp.SiJ: 0: ?diffbront fashion'every day, now. ; being, 'fluffed tjow .beingv?ilojred,to ,fly '.oot.jnJ/WJUi ??wisp?j.-liiteHiipr?ehair.. ,;This lady-was by nopieofl? prpttyj-.and.hor. npparpl;w?9: 'njiorp...oete.ntotipus,r tihnn, taetof nl.M'sher Wholly lacked tho French art of ; .good- JtiietO; itv,dress. jSho.ikad np. ,id.en <ff 'aUortiiig her colours, nor, could ehe.e.ven attoin to, that original eccentricity,which, ''being ahead of the fashions.of ? : spouilimos Bets thoso for to-tnprrovr, ; All 1 this .would liayo Jioeja immaterial if the, lidy.-iinique'sti...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

LONDON. Thursday. Garmbetta's organ has advocated the propriety of France acting in concert with the other Powers with regard to the Eastern question. . The Emperor of Germany, replying to a note from tho Sultan, regrets that, the necessity of carrying out the Berlin Treaty precludes Germany from noting apart from" other Powers. * ,' ' 1 Austria proposes another Congress to settle definitely all outstanding questions in regard to tho East. ; The Porto's insolence is resented by the Powers. The Eastern question has occupied tho diplomatisto of, every Europpan Cabinet to-day, Ten thousand British troops rqmain at Candahar; tho rest have been with drawn. - , It is roported that Russia backed Porsia in its intrigues with Ayoub Khan, for securing, him tho Ameership of Cabul. Ayoub i? reported jopmeying to Masred. Tho murder of tho Marquis Mount morris hits increased the feeling of terror in Ireland, and Jtho language of the Leaguers has aroused a demand for repressive and rosolute measur...

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PROFESSOR TICE'S THEORY OF CYCLONES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

PROFESSOR TICE'S THEORY OF CYCLONES. Scientific American. IN reporting the results of his observation along the track of the tornado which proved so fatally destructive at Marshfield, Missouri, Professor Ti[?], of St. Louis, expresses the opinion that all suah whirlwinds, eooalled, are oleotrioal etorme, not wind storing. There was, ho cays, no wind attending the Marsh; field- tornado. Among the evidenoe lot the eleotiloat nature ol that storm he notes the (act that it destroyed every bnildlog which had a tin tool or which bad any motal of an; kind in Hβ roof. -In M&rshfle'.d, it pasted dire otly over several buildings with shinglr roof?, and tore to fragments others, not more exposed, whioh had: metal roofs.' . A mill, situated over a quarter ot a mile, away from the centre .ol the cyclone, had its iron ohim-' new,torn out and curled* long, dlstanoe,' while the mill iteelf-. Buffered very little dama?o. Toe. cupola, sol , tho publio fiohool boildlng at Marahfletd, whi'oh ha...

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Magisterial Inquiry. AN inquiry into the cause at the sudden death of William Papworth, of Glendon Brook, was held at the White Swan Hotel on Wednesday last by Mr. J. N. Brooke, ?.M. ?'.flCiibr" l foliowiag evidehobiwa?-iab- ; mitted :—."' ——-" . J George JPapworth, idoposcd ?.. ,;I :; nm? n .former, residing at Glomlonbrook, and.am tlio eon of deceased ; I. resido. oa thesamo fnrtn, but about threu-qunrters of a niilq from tho houeo oocupied ,bj my Jato father ' and .my tqothori-niy molhcr. ie,6l years.of ago, and Idflrrp, and. in conecquonco of the qrookebeing up-.eHo. ia .unable, to journey, to tjhle inquiry ;;1 brw-. tho deccaeod on Sunday morniug last, .between ...ton, -and twclvb o'clock ; ho wive thon well and~.cheerful; betwe?uifivo: nnd cix o'clock od Monday morning, my mother came over to my.house, and sang out beforo Bho renclied: tho door, ?(?George, come, pray-do como; I think your fntUor!i?" nearly'dead; ha has hot beea qblo to speak..to mc for the last hall-hour ;" I ...

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OPENING OF THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

OPENING OF THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. Sydney, Friday. The Melbourne International Exhi-<*> bition was opened to-day. The weather was fine, and the attendance from all the colonies very large. Tfyo oorpmony and the whole of tho proceeding's went off admirably. Tho nurabor of persons in tho streets forming tho route of the procession and in tho buildmg is <?Htiinatod ofc two - hundred thousand;

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Notes from Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Notes from Temora. A RECENT arrival at Temora, writing to c friend in Singleton, gives the follow-<*> ing account of the new gold-field "I have been on the field a little over tbreo weeks, ;and. havo, not got sufficient gold,to;buy a twopenny,stamp. wJib. ~'. . . '.. ,',. . 1 went out to. ?tho now ruah rit. Ironbarks ..last ; woek, ai|d six. of us pegged out a claim. . Wβ hdd. previously sunk a foot,; wbero wo did not, even, got a colour. ,A\[e pntdpwn two holes on tlio now rush, and Ibpy' wore, both," duffers/.' "-.ao.'yre shifted our catrip back to ..Temora.; Tliero were,about people sinking on tlio now rush on; Monday,, and, yea toj-day tboro wero not 50,nien,.working, Tbo ground was, porfectly riddjed with licjles, nnd only in one' claim did, tbey gejt payable Rold. . ; ....-, ?? ; , '. : ': '?; " My" opinion of tbo field is a very poor one.. Tboro aro abont 50 claims ou'ly on pnynblO' gold, witb, say, six men to cucb claim ; that lnaken out of a jpopnlntion of 10,...

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Friday. Tho cattle market is firm; boof is worth 159. ' '' Sh'cop aro unalterod; shorn wethers aro Os. to 9s. 6d.

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The Australian Cricketers. (From the Sydney Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

The Australian Cricketers. (From the Sydney Papers.) The match between the Australian EleVen and eleven Players of England was commenced at Crystal Palace to-day in the presence of about 8000 ! spectators. ; Tho w/eathor;.was fiae, ibut the ground; not in Very, good ploying Order, being somewhat bumpyv> ? ?? :?':. \ The .English 'Professionals :wont Hn' first, and-weroi speedily'disposed for : a total of 90 run's.: :-:>?',:.??. j I Tho bowling of Boylohnd>;J?rilmer jvaVvery good,"the formor , taking four wicket?,.ahd tho )a(,ter,five.i^Tho fields ing of the team' was also excellent,' and fcreatly admired..'':; ? . .?:??;?.:;?:' : -':',:'"?? 'v ' ) Tho : 'Australians: then'wbnt'to -'the and'teadoo gbpd etauuV-ft When' <|imo was called they had scored 79 txme ; with tho lossofthreoYrickets; , <|ontributed : 2o. : ru?e, at, winch-figure ho wae.caiightby the bowler. '?'??' ! Spoflorth-'ls 81111 Suffering from tho_ ;ijecent injury' to his haudj'andV^aK' . u...

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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. SYDNEY. Friday. At the Free Selectors, Conference yesterday, the subject of the present system of conditional purchasing occu-<*> pied a considerable amount of the time of;tho Conference, and a proposition was eventually agreed to declaring that the 'existing; system of indiscriminate [ con ditional purchases was adverse to good settlement, and that many future reso- Intion'land should bo set apart fur selection by sub-division and tho can cellation of a part of each existing Crown Icneo. 1 It was thought this course, if adopted, would tend towards promot ing : b6ttbr feeling beWeori tho squatter' .and-the selector. : / : ' ! The Conference tbon resolved to iri ; vito the citizens of ? Sydney to attend a public meeting, to discuss tho different phasesof; the land question, on Monday evening next. ? ? . ? ', The Bitting of tho. Conference will bo resumed to-day. ? The Melbourno Assorribly has passod the Payment of , Moinbere'H...

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