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TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ.- VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

' TX^S."Ot iXl> DESPATCH ' ? ' '* " J TJ.V SJtS FlULKClbtV- l.?Ar!tlJC.NJ?f>.*. AJiniVJf ?X1?SI!T. XBmitajr.StkAilir.fK*. ! Metniay. IMh Oct. IS7* ?? 3arl?fl.t. ~ I ?- Kh N?r. „ . „ ailtb *Kt. „ 4 ? 7th ??.. —" imsixt. „ f uhiu. ifra. -_ llUh ?i?b. - 1 - '" l ? „ 1 Jell Jen. !?:? I ? J?lslj4t. ?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Two Friends A Tale of Life in Australia. (Written expressly for this Journal.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

The Two Friends A T?Ie or *A*r In JUourtrsklla. ( Written nrprmtg for tin* Jew-Hat.} ? CHAPTEtt III. [BY A. O. M.I ' . ' 3Vo days after Nellie and Frank parted | In the g?rcleir, Frank Temple, in. company -with his older brother Jolts, ?wcrq. uptrcding away l>y train io Llrer- That la*t .-viiKisr w s vividly jv'n-ra bcttil in tft=r jears by each of them, in til its trifling detail*. Their wait riir<mj,'h streets —their admiration of places—iht-'tr return to the hotel to te* tlie remarks-they made as they sat ride h> eiJe intiie theatre— i?othmg:w? forgottea, all uras xauxiaisexedinAimm upon when they were far apart. '. ? ThsvLextmonaageiterbrasiSasttbtj. h *ent <Hi bcerd fogetJwr. "ieweff Frank to amuse ? biweself by -watching ] the dSfferent? aorts of people trito caw pouring in from'tame to time, aart *tu> Sott cro?dea the de?fc, Johu 3aa<le i?is -mur to ttte steward's paaitty. W?.?? """E that important persoiutgo baMly engaged intlkksoile...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Selection Case—Charge of False Declaration. (Abridged from the Cooma Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

-Seleeiisa Ose& — Cfcsrj-e of Fake <1 V ? Bedaratics.. {Atrridged from tlic Cbtlavz Gazette.) §H i4& Jibe Cooms. Quarter Sessions, oa §9 tie 26th October, EmsunuJ 9| -was charged thst he did, oa the 14th. October, 1S7S, corruptly sal H frsuauleatly make s false decl??,tioa. : Wm Messrs. W. B. Dalley *nd B? Cohen, VjH instructed by Mr. D. M. Myers, of ffl Eomiixia, for tb*-defence Hot aAa ?' ,r Mr.-"'-Fofbe? proceeded to grtre tie 'frja vxrkHis c-irticclat? -connected, -nrith it. afl The cppUcstiaa for the conditional ptc- SB ch.tse of SOO ecres st Slah&ratta wu S first'made by jSliss. Hoses, sad subse- W quently transferred to Emanuel Jonas, §B -the defeadsnt, who, ci the day and data |S according- to his falsely H ground. iri:ncE.*ss Trerc oxsmined !£§ and cross-examined by the counsel on Wk both i-ides. In co::;-<:rp:once of an objcc- m& tion by Mr. D.-:i!ey, that the case coald fag not go to a jury, his dismissed . H the case ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. TO HUNTER'S RANKS. [BY AN ABSENTEE] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Original Poetzy. [it ?jc Asedtna-l . J 0T- A* & Tm Weiwft Jwek? how of* I nfb* Agifftsi -J iTwiJ Tea with saineej*. S >?"? 1 tb * "*- ra r 34BK tWwe tmaks iMP*ie* Whan I b???eo?* eei?*t ptaaeoraa- mm. Bnctu jiMad hour.! has- '[uh-i.IT 0??-? -"tVbtA n&on tbar mnrfM?t Kla4av wlwa CaiebtaaV ridd rata- w> osrr, 1 I* aponiw boyiebaea* rra. pUyad, - Omaana tbwe?*lae?by?b?aboi?v T?-?w*dabt nana* bww: qe. I aaa- < Year MMBolncxnud tn nuswij 1 I TAilia mmr Bat ty ??tatt-Baajjad WW ' Wtnuraauroiwa?to. Woocnin^St'l'm:'- Sat ?tut*e-a?thorn art ItoiaK WlU?w?aocbtooa?taeloa??ot: Oh Hratarl I aKVBnm thy name, Jtj a, x?Otr ua*ar abatt l? forgotl T? Meow banks !? OboeHan, *a whan *mt I itrrfcnr ttmw aomee afem ? -'Ohrwtiaa'wmr.iMtraaafby ahwr. With ItedaUzfctZ HI <**?"?'? Jilt: tineaJauK chance* JOnea warn a lad, t playedon ttee-roy bos** pra&kx; Jftnr, -Ktnxqawtian makes ??? and Te think otUMia. am.it p??r.*??*??' Oh when, ye-lmit-e, ahaW I racere...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Strike in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Another Btrika in Sydney. Thk Sydney ' Labouring Men's Union haii issued' another Circnlai', in ?which is conveyed a resolution, passed at a meeting lie.ld on last Wednesday evening-, in the eSect that no racraber Triil be alltiTTffd to iTori at till that Srra comply irita the raies and nsng'.'a of the Union ; neither are die. Union m<m io assist discharging ;.va— r?sselK berthed at Towns' TTharf. It has not transpi.-cd what conrse of action the 3lc.sars. Torra3 have decided to d ramie. A very shnple plan for obtaining extract of coffee bos beeii dic-covcred by Zi£r. It. "vVinianrf, chemist. Th£ principle is the Situation, through ssad and apiece of calico, of -water passing aver ground co2ce. The apparatus is very simple. Xhe proposed irezaoval of the Police

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 — 7 November 1874

I English Extracts. ? EXTRAOKDINAItY SUICIDE. ..,- Tales are sometimes told in wliich tlw hero dies from, an excess of joy, but. It lias rarely ocenrred th*t sin instance has happened -such, as that just recorded from Gressenay, ne?r Btrae, wherein.? man' hung himself from being over whelmed with good lack. The man, ?who is the subject of the story, by im mense efforts, in which he was seconded by hie wife, who. was even -more avaricious than himself, succeeded in amassing a considerable sum of money. Not long: ago he was informed that a legacy of 25,000 francs had been lefthim. This piece of fortune gave him the mortal blow, a profound melancholy seized him, and the fear of death from hunger haunted him day and night. To avoid diis fearful prospect he stealtfrily left his house, went into the neighbouring forest, and hung- himself to a pine branch. He left 100,000 francs of j fortune. THE- OI.IVB OF MCACE. A novel scene too'c place on Atigust 21, at Now Palles, county Limonck, whic...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Opening of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Opening of Parliament. Pariiamext rraa opened at noon on Tuesday by lue Excellency Sir Hercnles Robinson. There trae the nsnal crowil of persons in Macnnarie-street to watch Uie arrival of the "Governor, ami the nsnal assem blage of members ami- their Mewls on the verandah of the Parliament build ings. A gnard of hononr composed of men of the Sydney Battalion Volunteer Rifles was drawn up with the Brigade Band within the Parliament yard to receive his Excellency. Short!y ? ufter 12 o'clock, the firing of cannon announced the fact that Sir Hercules Robinson had left Government Honse, and shortly afterwards he approached ? the Legislative Council Chamber in a carriage drawn by four horses with oni ? riders, and accompanied by Commodore Goodenougli, of H.M.S. Pearl; M. de Robcek, private secretary: and Ratu Timoci, of Fiji. Aβ the carriage entered Chamber, the band played the National Anthcni, and the Volunteers presented arms. Inside tho Legislative. Council Chamber there was a very l...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Thrilling Tale. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

A Tirillingr Tale. Tub Wagtpx?3giiyf<tA&vcrtUer has gone into coinpeiitioQ TiritSi Mark Twain, and gWee."i£e. i&toiw&g^sterp 1 ?e* strictlj- true: ? engaged in ?qn?t- ting-'-frnfaatts, ?'Welt Known in this dis trict, was driving a mob of cattle from the Lachlan to his run the other day. when, sowing- ono- of th?- herd fa coy) lying down and refusing to budge, he in cautiouxly dismonntrd, and endeavoured i t<> inako the beast move by Miadry ! kicks.. .'After soaw ftitilc cttempti, th* ? result aimed at was r.Sbclc-il, and ijir-t j in a manner not suticipatcti by t.:'_- , youthful squatter. Th" cor-, irhich hz-1 [ shortly before given b:rfh in r. calf, rt>"e, ; in all tht ftirr of puerj>eral iv.z.-1:.' , -c. snd .charged him. The T ( >r:;j ps'iiir:.'. ist, seoing the dangerous !ur:i:—c.t-- : ..: taken,, "strcakc*! " ?.cro<-y r - "::ii: .'? ? where there was a clump of ccra'.i; hv.i < while- journeying ther...

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 Herald's Telegrams.) London, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

£&glis2i ICeTirs. , BY CABL.I: (JTrtm the 2&t?W. TcJ'/?"*-) LoVroAi, NoTeasber S. Tux cable which, ttss \nsr.g ,'£d fn?ai the j steamship W:-irJ*>iJparte4j during a gade about s nmgth ego, has been recorereiL The tiro etuis hare baen tjoinetj, and tho process of laymg CosJbeaa recommenced.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Free-Selector's "Impudence." [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

A Free-Selector'3 "Xmpade&cs." The Ghmdagai. Timrs ears,'of a free selector's impudence :—Ore Thursday, at. the Land Office, an application -rrns made for tlio conditional purchase of some ground-at Kimo and the pre liminary deposits paid thereon. "Within the area thus sought to lie taken up, according to the statements made to us, are situated the dam erected to supply Mr. Woplnough's crushing machine —and portion of the cmshing machine which property the owner values at over £80(*—the residence of Mr. Oak, with stable', garden, *nd onthouscs, the souse built for the accommodation of' tho teacher of the Kimo Prpvisior.al ?! school. mid nome other arec- \ tions. If this be true, and we assured it is, the free-and-easy selector's ideas as to.what constitute* unimproved land must be as singular as liis notions of what constitutes neighbourly conduct and:.doing as one would be done by ! appear to be. It cannot be supposed ! that -.roeh spoliation under the guiso of free-selecti...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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A Young Lady's Resource. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

A Yonng Lady's Eesonrce. The Jtruibane Telegraph has the follow ing , gooct story:—-About two years ?go, a. well-<lr?sseii young lady of, eng?gmg manners ami address, canTassed the suburbs of Brisbane on behalf of " a poor, woman residing .near Breakfast CrceV,' -who had four children, and expected another every honr, mud whose husband had deserted her in this sore extremity."-' The young lady had little bits of crochet work; worth from itwoV pence to threepence per piece,, which she ?eokl at. half a., crown:' each—"just to ware the feelings of the poor woman." It- ?turned"outrto be ' a very profitable specnlation. The number of half-crowns ffealieed yras nomt&hmg hsa&esnc "We ascertained aftenrardii that the "poor woman -with the children" inuf^ myth, and that the canyass was to collect money to enable the canvasser herself to get married m a decent'and*comfor table manner. ' The same "young lady is now K 0 " , ?" round iwith. a sub scription list—" to en...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Conditional Purchases. The following conditional purchases xrere made at the Land Office on Thursday last: — Anthony Wake, 40 acres, in the county of Durham, parish of Sa-roy ; being a zne&surcd portion, aud on the opposite side of the road to BuskU's 40 acxce — marked on mp 104.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROAD BO BROKE FROM WHITTINGHAM PLATFORM. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

I ROAD BO BROKE FKOK VVUlXTiSTO- I ? TT*nr PIATFOBM. I J. iTothc Editor of 'the Singtetm Argiu.) ' I- Tour obedient servant, '' ? A. A. DAKGAB. Sue, —In your issue of September30th. under the heading of "Official Correspondence," you gave insertion to two letters sent to you by Mr. TV. C. Browne, SIX.A-, having refer- ence to the above-mentioned road, nml another affording access to Mr. 11. A. Rodd's fario, my liaise beinj: prominently mcntioxiotl in connection Tjritli both. Before Mr. Browne sends you official cor respondence, he should be certain as to its cor rectness, for neither the Government nor members of Parliament are infallible, and have no rifcht to hold up anyone to public reprobation without first giving them an op portunity tocxplain ; but a cupy of the letter is received by you probably before I received the original, as X was . away from home at the- , time, and it is rushed, into print. I now beg to. say fox the information of the public, that I never applied to pu...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

. Commercial Intelligence. SrsaLETOK- PlilCEXIBT. _-' £ x. 4 £ ?. d Hajr(Oaten) per ton .... .. 5 0 4to s o 0 , <Wbmtni) „ ..:... 4 o 0 „ 4 \ 0 „ (Lnoemel „- ..— ..... lis 0-4 a 0 CUze p-r. brurtel .. .. .... 4 0 O.U „ .. -.. „ .... 4 ? Pota4o??percwtL .. .. , .,. ., so 61_ flt-fcu.) OJ.-par doz. Bauer CVnofee>lr> 9.L, (IleuII? !?. p-r lb. Bacon (Wholeutr) 5,1. to fet,(Uet?i!) Hi OBeatt CWAafa*alc> <i per U>.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

THE Maidzs Pla-S.—A sweepsta&ts oj 1U sot", with 200 5OT3. otldetl; for 3 yrs. 7 .s:. ; i jr?. U sfe.; S jri. a at. 8 lb. li mile, Mr. L,:\-iE2r*>Toce"s b.c. Scar.Tnaj, 3 jrs. 1 H. IT. Simsoa'a b.c. King Phillip, 3 yrs. - P. Levris-? b.c. .Mcniad-e 3 oil i lcn%rtii. Kah.iv.4.2 Staicbs.—A srrcepsUkss of 5 sots. each, -vrith 100 so vs. added ; for 3 jra. old 7 St.. 3 ib.: 1 yra. 0 Bt. ; G yrs. 3 st. 7 lb. ; d yrs. aad aged, U st. a !b. mile. Dr. Satlie's b.c StocSibridge, 3 jn. ... 1 ill-. Warby's b.c. polldori. 3 Trs. 2 ilr. E. Biraaid 3 ??yor. easUj. KexwsgtOS STi^ia.—A of 10 sots, "xitn '200 sors. idclcd ; for? vrs. ol<i ; colts, 8 st. 3 lb. ; Hilies, S 3t. The Trinner to be cold for 300 soys. Fire furlongs. Mr. Bmach's b.c. Bichinond 1 H. br. £. i"rster=.it= 3I;;i-j:oini;-.*i: Cin?.—A oi 20 !?v3. each, with 3tKJ so-a. addetL The second horse to receive 50 zova., aad Ihc third to saTe his stake. Ilr. Chimside's b.g. Haricot, 4 yrs. Cst. Tib J 1 Mr. J. ?tViison...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Synopsis of Latest News. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Sjiiopsis 'of*, Latest -Ife-ws. T- ; :'??? COmdnurd f'rnat tlte fto'pei*.}' : -A Pol> Club has be? e"tt.bl?Jifd at CaaaiORhant, near Murnaabarrah. Tiwre ate taartevii mezaiKX*. . = It is th?t HO.000 -persons ???? present at tie Korrot ?leaiuiisSrsiion oa wedoeeilay at Aac?ude. . ' I Geo?B<t 'DxTfsoa, a. we?-eonneetea fcaeb ?*f ?t AddaiSe* made at bet thai Jus vntt toe 'dead' ia tweotyifone hoaML'aaa.tediedE ?. The LesSslatire Cntadl Ins passed tte second reufiug XjmU BUI, yntti * nw' of Kirtkibg out air the c&uwesexcepttupoae, abolishing; "Hue of rsuar*a." The Eegra!a£i?frAe?<3ablr o£ iSouch Ans trati* has Jraesoilthfr cecozuE xenOing o£ Out Broadetuffs were qaiet cad oacbuaged at The New B?ef lias' deebsred s. .dmdeatl <£ lOpearoeat, witlia Jjanaaof S?. l?r share. ? Sir Geoigs Grey is ' taking a more ?ct£?e part m politics than he dtdformcrlv-. sad has. proposed a ' new Constitatioa '*? Jl?sw Zealand. i .-,.') Dj-er, f<*r the.,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Insolvency Court. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

Insolvency Court. KEW INSOLVENTS. Nor. 2.—George BirbecV Jlason, of Forest Lodge, Glebe, out of businees, l3ie o£ Hunter atrcet, - Sydney, publican. Liabilities, XJ60; 17b. 114, of -which £20 is aecarpxL Assets^. JCSI 2s. 3d. Mr. Mackenzie, official assignee.. ? ? i. " 3CHSDPT.T? rttfED, ? Nov. 2.—Tliosaas Haslam, of King-street, ' Sydney, publican. Liabilities, £101812s. 6d. T of which jESI3 12s. 6d. is secured. Assets, £52. 2. — Slpbkistoae Graham, of South G-aiton. IjaoUilies, £2S~ Zz. Id. Aesets, SZS. 3. —Xtagalu Little, ot Petorsaaai Boad, gor.t!-man. Lisbiiities, SlO,iSi. lls. Sd., of *.vhich j£SSS is secured. Assets, .£B5 10%. Kov. 3.—Gilbert Isaacs, ol Pslmer-F.treet, STdueT. coniraercir.l traTailer, oat of buai nes?. Liabilities, 13-*. 7d. As?ets, jCll 7r.. Ikl. Mr. ilackcnlie, o?si?l assignee. Xo- i.—Jots:-. Noble, of 31.-.ucke-terr=ce, Surrj- Hiiln, Vj.tc\y a publican, and lately re siding at 185, iiiizr.betil-strcct. Caaic of scque;-tra!ii>n : I'ressure of a judgment ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS, &c. (From the Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

XIA.ITXAJJD JfARtCETf-', [Set.; (FrotA. the JfereHrg.J Ecrosxss ditfin<fth??. wraJf has bc?m tctt brisk. General aercsisa<2uc coaticusa -with ?a4 altcrauaa iapacs. Ewrviattiwajjtfes "p.ii?s of b.c&l cuit-anei. as ierxM+ed W remain the saae - P and rioaar.J-n,,. pric&, rleee conuaoditiei.Tama-ji. aacbaeipett U'ttut at after the lnt> daring tte week *t 2<t aa? ircsfart. Stations Bwte-glrea.tttla- Cracked com ? spM *t Sβ. nor fcashel. and Fesidet— There i* act aUera**oa aotfceable ouatttr, i? sold a* from ** 10a to *5. Sfa?w ??U buyera ?t Jroia ,00s. t? COs. per toa Green lucerne is seW jut sa. iienlotwL per lrasU-i; sefil barter 6s. 64. to fe/ Taboroo.—Cblonwl loK?tEect;ure<J tobacco selfi at from 2a. 7tC to 2s. Hd. per Jb, β-holft- Ss. Mril: -tear Ceewsa'Tfc ti Millet brooms, from 1.65. to, 12s. per doxea wholt-Mle, Is. to !?. 3d. each rebut Fallow.—Prices firmer. Rscf, J23 to -£27 per ton, lenttoo. £SS to x:?. f 1,1 , C:...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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RATES OF CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

RATES OT- CARBIAGE. ynrrnrttndi.. Sato, I Btmeera.... *.?X Xtatwortll., Sa.toGa. tWarnUfe.. SttolOj. BendnAKr.. Tito9*. . !ca.ll?n-- JLnridafe .; Jta.toSs.ia. J ton, .... I8k&Ltol?*. ftockj Brra- Sa.to9m.CiX.. Ilbnti .; - 4<. ?<& to?a. Brex* S?.*oac. ? [ Canf to ie.6J.toS:. Ironnalait... Ts. rota, fCuotoS .... {uoEs.Cd. Nsrrabrl .. p?.u> **.&!. Icomalxunt- Waljjwt I2?.toM*. f bran S^taHs. ~.-. i*Ltoia<. i&Mizxl .. TocLtosc Ban-alja (U.Ciio )W*cVm:. ta.Can.Cd. ????- :ands*e-... ?j.to7s.

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 — 7 November 1874

Jl. Goon. Tlliso t-Tm wit O? alrolMlmt dnnra tnm one of f? Iwllnjs phytciuu Iα &u> Fnuicboo. when he M<r the effort. ?f thn* l>iU!? of B,<htoi/? aiH!?ri]llLU or * patent witorn "if h?d ??i.n!t- bora tiyine-I<. cure for miny mrla. !t<?, ?,*. if Imi , antptlon cbUit-Ij- carol by the SanupuMlb—Advt. t?nly.er? jro?r?. en? mrrturbf .1 mlnmlant t<, ?. tteeoall of thi cxpsrimcr-1 t")y time of it? introlticlm,. ITjx>l,rHO Vou-ti trery other t*m*? tTldJnn-tlc in t?w Mt'tsa'im nr th? B?tot. IU lnv. E oriin 7 upon t!>? Hbm-A^Socxmn npt-lUg ???!*wr. oh it iwton*. the ?w. E tb oft>.;s?- HUKlal, SHI 1? .o.>>Ji!ot inHaenoo In m?u .Tlko'c. tioaof It*kiniln tliiiorwy olHn-ooantry.—Asrr. UOUMWArs PJI.M A*l> OBT??T.-T.1> Iro t an<l E-,mrtntl?m—,V fmrnr.! lMritndewlthnrrat d??llt T ,? n i hUlStt* thi want of *proi?r c.PKi.?tion of fat flafrl. wU.-b w<th la <m wiritrKiprriodacslgrea...

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