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CHILD-LTKE AND BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

CHILD-LTKE AND BLAND. New York Ledger. HIS name was Moses Sparrow. He was very green. That was the idea which always came into Miss Page's mind when she looked at her country landlady's son. Saoh a matlo youth, with suo.h fair. b?ir, worn long; saoh big, bluo eyeej. euoi eloping, shoulder*? such a lamb-like ex. , pros?lon. And being there, at that farm- Lome, whoro she bad boen eont to Bponl; the summer months, the city belle resolved that she would try her powen of faeoina. tioa upon tbe boy who Btruck her aj'eo good a subject for ft flirtation, in which all; the fun was to be on her eide, and all the eentiment on his. And at it she wont, beginning with: a smile, a- look, a word, ana rejoicing to see the fish bite co readily, She enjoyed herself very mttoh until the grew tired of it; and then eha decided ?Oα breaking the heart she bad won and cajoy ing the orach. So she lared him put into the garden, and made him sit beside hat on the benoh under the wistarias, andeaicl, sadly: "I'...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. A BOY, A WOMAN AND A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Humour. A BOY, A WOMAN AND A COW. Detroit Free Press. IT is now over one hundred years since an American philosopher propounded the query; "Why is a woman afraid of a cow[?] and yet no one has ever succeeded in giving a euunoMiy answer. There U once in awhila slightest fear. even when pausing s caw .vi, one horn all twitted out of ehtpo; hot folC that woman horn* and you will find th?t ?h? kick, the dog, caffs ihe children, ],„ he , hatband and knows how to sharpena bnleher. knife ana aia an axe. The r?al womin hu a mortal terror of cows, and Ibe'mlcowfseeme to have an antipathy for her. Friday forenoon a lady was walking aown Casiavenno when the suddenly came noon a oow. The animal wai feeding on th? other ride of the itreet and the boy eect oat to waton her sat nnder a shade tree and played on a month-organ. The lady halted. , The oow looked np. "Loat anything, ma'am?" asked tta boy, ai he removed the musio from hk month. ' -tv. " I—l'm afraid of that cow 1" eherenlled " What lar?...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lamentable Wreck at Newcastle. (From the Newcastle Herald, Sept. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

The Lamentable Wreck at Newcastle. (From the Newcastle Herald, Sept. 20.) THE ship Susanne Godeffroy, 1119 tons left Newcastle for Yoko[?], on Sunday the 19th inst., having on board 770 tons of-coal, and a complement of twenty-two CipUJn-Edrtondsen^^wpWt/to^^ifr' p^aipriinepapcL.laJncorrcct;; 'jt!iat : JS/titingJeftjior uSyonej ,on the Ad- Jim of her husband's vessels '? After IjiTiogP,ort,4ljeJ.tfeath.er, ytftcliwas#; (lij iimrvoTied fold threatening 'appears wne i henry'<W?^fft^i?, , ??? ni ?t fiom^4? c !- £,to^rr:^e ' : oni- r ingep heavy that tli,cj-Muld,.npt (V Tlirttro%|dlfegb' k ibh?7 ilthongh"£h"efo was ajor|e cargo abonrd> fremlli , rfiin^''ao^tirersii)p^oVmnWg" , 14 inched' .of-"viTtpi-/ per f bScta^.; r arid tinned ip so when. it , 'vae',acciJed id.nin'b'acli either/for; Sjijnej'.'rif som : 6 Tljiijteisipn -bating;soenVcbne wVvyn? promptly acted opoV and having shaped: lef'pp'nrae the'Veaael,'stilt making water ilf.tie , time,' , 'wn'ij,,'jiut about arid'.tj...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Poet's Corner. PUNCTUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

The Poet's Corner. PUNCTUATION. By R. Kemp Philp. IN early life all love and play We scarcely know our stops But make our free and guileless way With heedless funs and hops. A little later on. we flnd'-?;^. ..'?',:';? ?-;.;?; *''rn,6TBlueoi a'patae- ? ??; GoDmiui, and graver colone bmd<; J ???-.' ? r y. voles of fntenbgatiife risaf .-,.'. ,vi ? md oh I the admirntiqn, ???.-. when wo beliold sonic dearon* c oyee r - ?— AndJield.fopd.^lan^tiou?;^ r I 1 ' ?fiiinaloHn?lfeenteDCtrJ- .^<j—— (Ml Bomeili.ing; pnrwtbetical :) i, T -,,. ? '?' ohes reneon for repentance.; . . Oh I Punctuate iyonr Hws that 60 ? Yon wear not otitwor f ast: ? Itercie a point ij?e nll.thaJJ *B3?Ti7?i"r}T/>.:

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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A Desperate Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

A Desperate Battle. A correspondent of the Western Morn-<*> ing News at Lima send s details of what appears to have been one of the most spirited actions of the South American wnr. After .the. batUo'of Tncna, 6,000 Chilian/soldiers wero 'Bent .by trtiii*; to Leutn, "unci pn June 7, after making a complete circuit the city, >o as to Bqrpriee tho piieiny Hvnero least expected, ,thoy madflC'a; fierce'oud'gonoral attack upon, the now-outlying: dofoneiyo works in' ono grand fWgpV ?ho. ? Peruvian forts were taken in tho rear, every man in tliom being put to death, and a rnsh was made for the-inner'ino. No sooner wefe the Chilians clear of tlie outer forts than they were blown high into tho air by tlio dxpiosion , of mines fired, just too late', by 'electric-'^wires from the city. Tho iiiticr line 'of. forts wos stormed., with bqunj quickness. ? After a donpprntc Btrngglb tho remainder gnrrjson made- a :last tho public plnza, but were mown down on nil sides by the victorio...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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LIST OF CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

LIST OF CREW. The following is a list of the saved and drowned, as near as can be gained. It would appear that one or more the men must have been shipped under correct, names :— Prowncd : Captain Eobort Edinondeen, '?? John Taylor (first mate), John Donaldson,. A.8., Win. Ellis, A.8., Antohi Vulgar, A.8., Daniel, Studd;; A.8,, Bayed : Charles (fiieadp (second male),. Robert Kobort s'On (carpenter), Michael , Bindon.:(sailr niakor), O. Francis (cook), R. Marshall, A.B,,'Ei'Quinn, A,B.>' Wm.' Bartells, A.8., John Stowart, A.8., Michael Casigolet, A.8., Alfred Cuf, A.8., Win, Bristow (boy), Robert Jones (boy.) r , John Riley, : A.B.j and- William Mason, ?0.8;, > '?-:?:::?'? T'' .' '? ?? = '?; ?-v '-'

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TALENT AND GENIUS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

TALENT AND GENIUS. I. Atlantic Monthly. ON the high-road travelling, steady, Sure, alert, and over ready; Prompt to seize all fit occasion, Courting power and wealth and station; Ono clear aim boforo him keeping, Ono Hinooth field for over reaping 5 Prizing moat tho ephemeral flower Blooming for a brilliant hour; With eelt-conscioii? notion moving, Woll-known truths intent on proving; Kadiant in his day and season With tho world's reflected reason j Nothing times, efloote, and caunee, I'hoon win the crowd a applauses. 11. ..-.;.,. Wingod like an eagle o'er mountains and moadowe, Lit by their splondours, or hid by their Bhttdow?; .???? ..*'" . Borno by a power Bnpornftl, resistless, Dreaming Ihroogb. tranoea absUaated and Hutleee j Swooping oapriolono to ianlts and to orrora; lJodot'mud by a virtno nnooneoioas of terrors ; Linking with oaso bid roanlt and endoavour, Opening through ohaos Iroeh pathways ior ? ever j. : ??..: ; ? ? ? ??..."?" Gilding the world with hie thoughts and his...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Singleton Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooke, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Singleton Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29TH, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooke, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. John Williams, residing at Chain Ponds was charged with being drunk and disorderly, in John-street on the previous night. Constable Haydes deposed that he saw i the defendant in John-atreot on the previous night, nneV hearil him nbijsinf; Mr. Robert: Clark, of the Bridge Ifotel, and threatening to shoot him,': Ho Was not very drunk tut trouWeeotoe. ' . ..,'.?'.; ."'?'.?' '~'.'. ? Defendant was ordered to bo'locked op until 12 b'oloclc, and then to be released on I tho andetatanding that he left the town by the midday train. .1 ... .V, . : FBIDAT, JOCTOBEB lsi' ! lBBa,f' '-// (Before Mr, JN K. Brooke, P.M., nnd"Mr..\V., ? ; , ' pudding;XPO,..,.'.'? "',; '... "!.; ; ; ~.',,,';.,.. triiSonKDjUiKD.,:.; , k( ;;,,,;„,,:.. , ' William Prior vtae charged with being in aa nnaound Btato ; of miad. . : ....,?. .. , ?'.? ': Conetabio Hickey deposed to receiving the dofendnnt the eauie morn...

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Household. A LESSON IN HOUSEHOLD COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Household. A LESSON IN HOUSEHOLD COOKERY. Letitia M'Clin took, in Cassel's Magazine. WE are poor, that is to say, we have to provide all the [?] of life for onr-<*> provide all the children, and two servants, with an income of two hundred a year. v ; : :??; -I .am ?-?? notable woman!- .For tho.flrgk i time in my life Ihave tvrltttn the confes sion,'although I hire known my capabilities ,;":;.-'ntti Since I was ton yeart old. Let other ';? wonien pride themselves upon beauty, ? '..< t aeplnatlon or MaompHibmenta—l am eon ; tented 'When Mr.' ? Arohdall sajs,'?;"Mary,"' : '- what a capital inanafjer yon ere 1"/. v- ? : : lack all the readers of thla paper whether a '''?'.''?? higher compliment can be' paid ?to any ? women,. especially fin these bard times 7 ? ' Wβ never have a qusrrel, anil this happy elronmetanoe I attribute simply to my ; ..r'V.:?-.:?;:.:; K \-:'i. ; .. m "My dear," said Mr. Arahdatl, ? few daye, ?go, "I think it might be ? kindness to the ? ...

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Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, SEPT., 30, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Conditional Purchase. THURSDAY, SEPT., 30, 1880. WILLIAM and Eliza Russell (by their at-<*> torney Jas. E. Davys), 92 acres, county of Durham parish of Herschel, on the western fall of Foybrook, and adjoining . j " on the north' their conditional: ptjrch'aso" > ?'??': made on the 15th of -January last. 1 The : '-'???' land' applied for is'cbmprlsetl in Portion "?'73, in the ! piirish of Horschcl.' ".'-??''f : -

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Nature. CUCKOO EGG-LAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Nature. CUCKOO EGG-LAYING. THE made by which the cuckoo contrives to deposit its eggs in the nest of sundry birds has always been a dubious point. An observer has recorded in the Leisure Hour an incident of whioh ha was an eye.witneee. The male oaokoo would make a sudden rash towards the nest, would be attaoked fiercely j by the stoneohats. and flattor ew?y in a | lame sort of way, uttoriDg strange cries, quite unlike hi j neual muaioal note All this moat plainly meant to doooy tho- little oreature? from their nest in order to give hie mate a onaoca of attaining to'it. Bat hit do vices only succeeded as regarded the male s'onKchat, who would eometimes pursue the enemy to a little ? diatanco and then t dart back to the aaeistanoe of h's mate, who ? s.eemed quite to" nndorstand thai steady defence of the poeition was her true policy. Occasionally both ouokoqe j ?would sweep ?: downY towards the nest; again they would fly off: to the wood and disappear for a short time, but only to .re...

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Sketcher. WELSH FOLK-LORE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Sketcher. WELSH FOLK-LORE. COLLECTING folk-lore is a delicate task. Most people are shy of talking about what they are a little ashamed of believing. Emile Sonvestre in his delightful books about Brittany,' and tho Mara/ii? of Ville-. , indefai igablp collector' of Breton .balladsiibpth'tcstifiy to the difllculty/of getting at the,old tolea; You are almost^ thinlc you come tut a collector- anji meap printing. To jiot. their ; tongues going you must be really sympatbetip, and they must feel that you are. This if needful oven 'ih.:-'Xtelan'd,'^whero.^'a.''.uoTo:' : !mi^4'^race > ,' of tenor brought in contact with stranger;", is readier at talking. In Ireland }t is about rpUglbuis legends tbat people are most reti*' peht,vtill they: know you, and feel they can truat you. Go to Lough Derg, the (jlootny, little lake in an unutterably droary swamp in Donegal, irliore ia St. Patrick's purga tory, 8p famous in the middle, and, unless you bring credentials of somo kind, you -wUI learn.on...

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Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR OCTOBER, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Time Table of Arrival and Departure of English Mails. FOR OCTOBER, 1880. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. fwJ"s.'.ifl ?1' Outward. -| l J J oa^o(Py | 3noy, I Arrive London, V 7,ty, Pfifyber.. | 23rd Novcmbor. s Lofc\M>'Lon6 , oii ) I Arrlro Sydney, ??Sth'Soptembar. i | 25th October. V. Us" c. '?> VI4, QALLE it JUUNDISI. ,ai?'in()J'' ? Oatward. Sydney. , I Arriyo London, lStjif October 25tU November, I 9?i Dccomber. M (>""'' ' Inward. .JbcftTiJ Itondon, I Arrive Sydney, I StU Ootobcr, sj(Jth I 22ud October, YIA cI,, BIiftBANE, TOnifflS STBAITB, ftf? "VAMD BRINDIBI. t. ; >i. . ? Outwnrd. iertyfl , Sydnfly, I Arrlvo London, 2nd October. | 25th November, Lchto London, { Arrlvo Sydney, 13th Angnst: | 4th October. BATKB OF POSTAQE. Vi4t Ben- Francisco, fid per hnlC onnco Via i ilplbourno nnd Briniiisi, and Torres Blrsii/j'ondHrindini, 8d per linlf ounce. For Slow?pnpcre—Via Ban Frnncfsco, Id eno]). , ' 'Via Molbonrno And Brindis), nnd Tones Stt-ttlt,e and Vrlndtai, 3d for G onncoe nnd,J(J t...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Local News, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Local News, etc. BY a notice in the Gazatte, Mr. J. C. S. M'Donall, J.P., is appointed Returning officer for the electorate of Patrick's Plains, under the new Act, Mr. A. Elliott, J.P. is appoinicu iiocurrang-onicer ior vvouomoi, IT .Sβ proposed to cstabliahn Public Even-' inor,School, _et . CHendonbrook. : . 80 gays Sir; .JoDh^Robottsonin.tbo Qjazetto, , ~ ~. ] Abmn?fts of 6uidit may ba interested arid Instructed 1 by readings the vigorous sketch of that celebrntcd! atitfioro 83,. to bo..founil in another, c01jamD.,.,,. ....;'.:...,. ;?;,,.-,. ?_???~ . BrtlieS.S,'Orient; pn Juno lbth last.,a box et brftrigcs'arid lemons wa?' cent frpm Adelaide to Ijomtorii' They were wrapped. "? epparatoly in, paper nud packed in thoroughly j dry ; cedar sawduet, Tbb/ nrrived,piifely, and opened tnsplendidcondition on July .31, : THo CpvcntOnrderifruiterorawerbonthnelas tlo'oh the Hubject, an(lat ohcis expressed an opinion that a shipment to nrrivein August: would pay exceedingly well. , The variet...

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"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1880. More Life-boat Bungling. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1880. More Life-boat Bungling. OUR telegrams on Wednesday last gave some particulars of the wreck of the susanne Godeffroy at Newcastle, on the previous day, and a fuller account of .nplicni's iti our colnmns thib Wording'., details ehdvir r tlittt"' tVils..\'wrdck, occurred under jlkt.'..tend -to uiakb 'in* famous the niepflgoiueiit. of tbo Now eaetlo iWb'ASi.'* Whnt' n piottiro of inliucni?AitX'<lo9a tlia -occpunt preeont to the pobiio mind !,..A. disnblod, loaky Tee?fTj within siglit of ono of tho most importnnt ports in the Southorri hctois ; phoro, ? flying distress signals by her brnve and ill-fated onptnin WflJohjng?. it."' Sydney going stenmor o\norge from tho liarbonr,?nd after wdTds return thither, taking no notice of his Sefiperato condition; nnxiousty watchiug forin?sietnnco which camo ...

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Memorial Day. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Memorial Day. San Frncisco Nowsletter. THERE is a wide vein of sentimentality in Americans who otherwise are the most common-sense people on earth. Whatever flatters the national vanity we oagerly .seok anil cling olqeelyito...:.v?uti,)M probably, of "nil <ho 'holidaye, ; thiitQ Ir>' npn o' "tiibrd ! on title J io th'o- f cspedt x>f peoplo ..thnfi-j that whioh, is ?knp^'jtfj!? .Decoration or Memorial.....^ajr,, A ~,yji-?.' Moiidny lttHt it was qolobratcS io'Saii'"" P.rnncisco with greitor' ecfat than evor.. bafprc, ~T|vo, ulerv.is. iv licautiful.onq— fa T f /loconito TvitU flowers, in the joyojy ihontU of May, the gravoa of tlio dopartcd, boliovod in tho.olil nxlpin, "JDulce et decorum art pi'opatriavtori," Not all of, tlioao who.eloop at ihoJbot-of Lone ' Jlountntn ? foil :-m battle,- -but albbid'rr! Bfjrvod ihoir,.country,.in;. tlib-hopf/OE ' danger, and " after life's fitful fovorthoy//;a. el<'op. well."?? Whot tlio , igh''thie ond: r woro' tlio blue' ...

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Source of Personal Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Source of Personal Beauty. English Paper. A BEAUTIFUL person is the natural form of a beautiful soul. The mind builds its own house. The soul takes prece-<*> dence of the own likeness. A vacant mind jto its: own liKeniftse.! A vaoaflfc/Yhjnd jtnke? a'l. tlio- of^the / ifAoe..: ;A.: itlio handsomest features,-, A oold, aolfieli jvnd distoirbs iho boet-ioofciis: spirit ' idfonity .out figure nndl^ll/|li(| 'oharacieii o.utf, of: the countenance.-; A , joh'orieliod;. hotrdd 'trfttisformet ibpnntifal.'lineampnts ;in(o; nri'frtfiike; ££ ]uglinqss f :| It ;ie: imp l igppJ.loak? with n bropdrbf baitpassionit;. , on -tho blood, a set 'Wiimpijig'j ?selfish,, disdainful spirit'enthroned in tho ?jwill, fts.' I; to: preserve tlj.q ,be9t)ty s pf nn€ blfegants.nioiasion' ?With a litter ojEilwinb in thobaflonient.e trlbo-of gijsifs intlio j)orlour, ; "and "owls ;: nnd tho tipporpart. BadnesH ; md bpauty ,wjll ? tlian poison will ooneort with,health, nr.j ?Kn elegant e?r?ingBurrive'th6...

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Disabled Spofforth. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Disabled Spofforth. ONE of Zigzag writers in the Echo thus refers to the N.S.W. champion bowler's disablement:- The "demon" bowler is again in the field.- If ho preHirvod hie cqiuiimity of-tnmper. whilet his servicce wcro ho much required nnd his brother cricketers woro ninuing such unfading laurels for thomselves and.tbeir country, he. must havo hrid a stock of patience almost equal to that of the belenguored and sorely tried patriarch of anciont days. An old'.hbaud listening to the baying-of tho pack ia whose eport'he could not I jdin, a huhtor quivering with excitement as liehearstho hasty gnllop of a hundred eicods.whilst, bo alone ia confined, a Bportemnn listening to tho crack of the wbip wbilet he ie- "eileht, may imagine Jthe hero of boiuo. hundreds of fallen wickets standing wiih hie good'right hand in a sling, and knowing thntthero is work to bp done with' {be Plnyprn or tho.Gentlemen,,whilst ho is compi-lled tp bo a waU-f|ower'or looker-on.. <It i 6 litird liji...

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Monthly Calendar. 10TH OCTOBER 31 Days. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Monthly Calendar. 10TH OCTOBER 31 Days. I': ?i'fSrrj'B'lf?t Quarter lltli ;;.10.40 a.m. v / . ?~'?.-? v.' ft";;|;ij :"IjMysYs9r j^(ith ; ?,;.,_6,j5 ( . j).m.. ? ... ,;/ " '4&' : 11? (????iif '?''-? ft'T 0 *? 1 ?':;! . ?''; ii ? ? ?'?-' ??: ? ? veft'd ii ,#ftte9';wlipi ; o n'eAesenry'. .Sow parsley,. ;?': piiie, 'Vietich '? ]tisaay benae,i lanifaro, cross, i i lu!.;,s.i- kef tnpothi;,, .tffineplaot csbbngo, takiDg caro to Mc6.k''tho'nptf(i Qn.tbo ; flrst appoar^noe,- ,, ;,? '?'??' :f'jPim'ei : tobe ?ttefld?d tO !; feiteg-bedeWd border*; keeping' itho; walks' clean, mowing, . clipping,, eddogp,, and efiadlng,as (ho woath.br le.Tcrrhiptatthie fWcAafrf.i—Thih'out'ttie crbp'oh the early' peach; trdee whore thhi ievt'oo^heavy;' ptop.pptho bronchos thnt orollnbloJo/nil) tein,ojrp,iiapk6rB I frpin..yine?.ae direoted l?et,: ?c/nth'| tie Up the branqhea oe they extend bnfW atCribt to'ent or bruieb tlio leaves j ro- fruit ; .plant : out b?n'apaf. s ?;., ..,,-!.!, ?~;.?..; . r; i- /,!.?...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers) London, Sept, 20. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

European Cablegrams. (From the Sydney Papers) London, Sept, 20. ALTHOUGH every effort is feeing made to bring about a pacific solution of the difficulty about a pacific solution of terri-<*> tory by Albania to Montenegro, ftiaii?? prevails, which*' is"' causing a good &i ifloal of depreseion in tho Stock market. i|S* of(senant ySJima;;: ot?ere was held at Skibberrcon r|r(doanty of ; Cork) yesTerday, at which a s?fM*olblion>'woe ? passed l condemning tho ; ?; prsfent i la;tid i laws> ! 'and calling upon; tho ; to take' inea?u'res lor thoif si ; sSvl4rr*Jonn DillonV'the member for If Tipjie'raiy, whbep" speech at Kildare last .SSmPntt: formed, $0. ,9ubje<s, of, a, WJimontary;'; inqutr^" "' wan' ?prpschi at' tho Ksjnieeting; at Skibberrcenj ; 'ond made a | : S;epeechi in tho coureV of—which her ?|ifefe|rred to tho murder of 'Viecbtihl :?j||toontmbrris ?n-Sunday*; >;He endorsed advice of Mr, ParnoUnt i|iNewrpfl?, that tlioonly means of securing ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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