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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT. (By Telegraph to the Herald.) Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 7 November 1874

KEEBOORXS £IYE STOCK KEPOKT. I- C-Bg TcUjrajab- f<. fUc Jttntatt.) TuceOay. ? ???*?'? P?l?n?boy Campbell and Co.-report: —rat 15.70. 301.-.wild tj-day, market very dull. Best down 30?.; others .even more.. Sheep, 17,1(00 yarded: prime, without change : god. &?. luwcr. - Messrs. Powers, Knthcrfurd, and Co, port:—ls73 cattle enle.-ed for die week's t!iPl'' y *,'? >l> ":" ,, S ut R 0 ?? I to prime qnatitr. llMo sjtii to-day nt a reduction of 2Ds. Wo <.okt37i>from the Lachla-.t at £5! 7?. 6d for bullocks; cw*. £7 Is. 16,70i)sheepyartled aud Milil at abo.it last week's, quotations.. Messrs. It. Gibson and Co. report:—4GCo entile forward: prices down 3Js. 17 000 sheep penned; pricn* unaltered. nloura. Ryan and Hammond report: Fat cattle; 1570 for he week. 1000 penned to day, ctactly „£ ptim . qaatity. Maiket dull, at a tall of 255. Good and prime bullocks, £S 10s. to £10 1S?. ; extra prime to £11 10s: prime coic*. £T 10*. to£S 10 1. ; vcrr prime, to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

CEICKET: , MATCH. The.- last A ttjongU nut least event' was the crisket to ttcli which tQuk .J)olcc oa the city Sronnd, lake 316<inaiic U03.X between the lrahc]ia-CNea;caatre)-C!ub'"anil the "Esses Club fronubydncy. The eve sit was watched wrtU Koiiic jatcrenL amtereatually terminated in £avor of the Newcastle i**^w^ Independent of the above, several parties proceeded to the Lite ?with a view to spend ing th?ir d\y in liening, Ice , whilst one or two; minor excursions were formed and started for.the Islands on the Hunter Iliver, a-irt in the direction of the Bluff and Tcllegary. On ?Snnday I?r. Brookes met with a pain ful accident I>T having one of. the ffpjpjrs of h"s iij;ht h-ind.iwfUaUi.cnt off below the njil owing to it havinjr become jamnW bj a. door, which <ru aecidentellj' closed bj the action of The wind. The. miislctiy conrsc ia connection tnth the Tolnntecr Kifle'Corps in "th? cit-r is aonoonced to , tate place during the present wcel? The local te...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARTILLERY FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

ARTItEEEY ivKnir^r exception ,the most im porta>it,cvi;Tit oa, tiie programme of sports, the lute took ]>tnce iu the beautifully laid out grouailv utta-itieil to tile Lunatic Asrlam an. tbe bill near the ocean. The gates of tbc establishment were thrown open at ten u'ctock aud aniib*a£ once ensaed on th part of tho*c ontsiile to gain admission. In ?i comparatively shnrt space *\l time the Rroaads wens crowded with plcasare-seeters ior whose amube.-ueata numticr of sports had iiccT arran?ciL The Arullery band oader the lemlcrship of Mr. John Gates was in nttc:i<la.-?(-e ?luring tiKTtl.iy sad eontribntod mneh to the sucocsk of the gathering: The paw interi consiKted of trapezes, stone swallow tn?. D.-ivcnpurt iirothent' celebrated rope trick by Mcvsrs.'Lambertand I-eiganlc. himbling. An-tnUian i'anoh and Jody Show, Meiry-so-rounA. Frensh Clowns and Kciman rjng?, aud. a number of. neilcktnan evente iacludiae- .Watcr{Mil and -figg and.,Spx>n nices and All-Cumcxx ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARINE EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

E3COimsiOS.l v Xlic excursion by tire Kciabla -was not at all well npi? eziat ciJ, for on the arrival of the boat at three o'clock it vra* ness that bat £uw p<Msoi?!,_(i-crioinlj- not over fitly) were on l>j.ini. "*TliT3"in?y'T*e"RciKSatcd for, from ifae fact tliat about the time tile steamer was Advertised tn lexve Syiltiey there were indica troin of southerly -weather prevailing. To tlSt may likewise be ad ted that the s ?* was. ni'.ber ln-npy. which infurraatioa pe.lups Itecomiiig known to intending voyagers bad a deterrent cffcjt upon many, who were ptrh.je not '"tleeirons ot sufferioK from the effects of mat da mix. The Kcmtn left for i dy<luey on the rctnru trip at the advertised >oiwy ami imlcpcndejt of the excnnsiunisU ; carried away some ottur passengers.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDFELLOW'S EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

owfeMjOtc's. EXCTTRsros-. An cxcui-Mon ttucler tUe auspices ol the tracers anil memliers of the Lojnl Juartfon No. 4r:?r. Iiutc{)enr?snt Orclor of Odd fotlow'R, Ma-jchcRter Unif.r. toot , place to linyiuoad Tt-rn?ce in the The inmbrn of the Lodge attired in their regalia, and preceded liy two men bearing a mannificeut banner the emblem of the Order, amt the LaTnbton brass baud, marched thronsh, Hunter-street to the steamboat. i'ha whole of the intcudini; passengers having been accominwUte*,! tht Uoolvra left the -.vharf ami arrivcl at the Terrace before e'even oVtocfc. Uere tho tuarists were met by thans>idciits and they all adjourned to a uonvcniciit. place, where a, number of nports look }'la.-c. A substantial repast had been proridcJ at a moderate sum, ?>d was en jojeil by many. ? Altogether the proceeds of this excursion will noc be as beneficial as wa.* expected as the offer of the Committee vvis not amilcil of as larguly as it fchoulil have been. The Goolwa. returned to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

ATntJETfu iSl'Oms. imports of ttiis dcicnptioa took place at one <ir two of ?h? mining towushirm, and at Waratali the Lily or Australia IriHlgeof the O.vTer of Drui<J?, held a picnic at the milt IKirMoek. a favourite resort for unci, Rather lags. The Rath-j-iup: ileax laipe. conKiderinjr thu DUDibsr of people who were away from th-j towasltlp, having been induced by the superior prugraramra 6E S]?rfs published.in tlie Io"nl dnni.its to visit other fields inonest of a day's pleasutc

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLSEND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

?Tjuuj5B^i.H6im(itriirb?*i?-eHow-.. This iJhw ????? held }n the conunodions establishment-fctfOWT* as Harris's Assembly Eooms.. aa<l -wait Ti?iie4 thruuchout the dar by many, of the resMentsv as likewise nam- ot -other ponton* from Newcastle -?*axat?h? and other townships. The show ?ras in eve.ry respect s Rrumi success, and teu*et?l credit upon the cummittce of man kgrment. There "ira? not, however, so great R dieplny as. wos-mwJe by the Waratab Socioty't, Show, which WTishcld at theLuna t.io JiTluin, about a foctaisht since. Jn every n.-j,jie:t lUe <acertl<>.ci of the committee "rcemKdteftmloiy. which Tact in itself will be lhe mean* of fcielueinK them to make jn i creawtl cfiortd to exteiul the esefulnees of , tluir a.<soci?tioiu Special trains nul during, the _ AsLV .Newcastle aail WalL-Kad. when mat/ oF the citjr j>cdi.re vTsitcd the " blocfe' rtiamoact" , tan-uship. \tut a far larger nmaber of the raining popalatian came into-;...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

J3mg)staB. Bajfc Office. j WMteMtay, lr?iri.?-e Srtaie?r.*t S3fte.w. v - --" Bectb.— T--* JanaaMlbr-ok.Btejen. Ja??a?B>-*.By?ij?r -rt?T.Tniiadejf. Friday-. naJfratnrclayet SJ??-?.i- end. o-i Setn.T*e4. -wveitloe; at S p.2tt. foe- J*nr??.tay viv-i.it.** uj? l ??vJi For R>mJ?rwn, Ttt-edeJ. ?WijTe-MJey. Tfi&v?* *-'?* S**tsi*?iT. a?K a.Tp . anU on cSet-nrAej ktb>n. far nandey a atM.th.-Un JUawbvr, ThCiedey <i ?e.-jV-..Ttri'rffrT^.eeat^*?atehe^-Mea^tn aajdSjdoev.-Stlti.nt To Viurk?ortX'^>ia?'a^e^*?tf?e*la? > TU?l?- Uay. . erf TCfirfX?ernPW<?le.-?r' ' X?P?r-*li.V?(isl.?>?tur*tay. f *S3?*?. T* VevT-a?d-tfeedictei*- cc. TBeeeKT, Ssnwley/M* .fj.f unSy. ft* i? f?. : . '. ~ ' To- SeMrvVlee.' We* ***c*. : aa<? B*f?l*it Brook, ok WtdNarfay aad Sa-mmay. ?J> KSO-am. T? JtrteceaMn, ?. Caen,*** B?Eai>ee**?, oa EatnxOay ntlOejtt.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CITY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

TBKCtrr 'iraf.T ? At-UxispTaceofaisuvemeactlieieirviealK) -some visitors;' ??? & gnat- sXtraettoa ??? , sunounced.- awltUiieiiigwas kept, up -to toe blithe notes of a cieuunoa. At night time, -Vie. Otu-tolie gave a'grand ball in honor of the* na-tal day. a-a* it"s* almost unnecessary to mention that it-me-well tnjinorted.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ.- VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

- ?off E>fGt,I?H 3iA.Itrf. t . ? ; TIA. v<M.3C PSUtSCIBCO. s uo?v? ?.rwner. . " -'iiiij?ivx-t.?Hri>psr. Saturday ?ith Oct, is:*, j. 7iU*y liih I***- m*. '' i. il-s?-Vor.- T. I* r. **> J??i-,.S*:ilw' ,' - _ tnaHn.'. N .- . AebKib. ,? < Z 16cb Jan. ISJS. |„ >- Ma Sear _ i.*.tvs"Le3:iio*c- Ajtarvjc wrw.tr. S-Te?aar.r.tliJiiiir.t?7*. '{ Xo*d?J.-t?lirict.lSJ?. _ MirtS.pt. , ll ' - ? ?? Kcv. „ _. t-itaoxs- ... I - t"> w**" - _ llsb-So*. i, l ?? dtttJaa, IS3*. „ i?ca,l>oca, ?-"..[ - ?*?' - Z llthJ-a- 1*? l ~. *?*?*? ,?

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

ORAxoy none. In connection with the Loyal Orange Lodge, Nβ. 2, a grand picnic was held, the one strong tug Southlaa<I,the property o€ Company, being specially engaged for the occasion. At nine o'clock the steamboat was :n readiness t<> pro ceed to her destination, hayiniz on. board toe splendid brase banii of t!:=\Navai ?which discoursed some excellent music In Icsethan half anhonr the T>..at iva.-, completely crowded -with excnr.noriist!,,. nncl at once steered ?Tray from tl-.e wharf. Some dift-: appointment was experienced by many, who imagined they were left i>ebiml :ix,d thus shut OTt from partlcipathvj in tin rtaj's six.rts, ?t 07 the arJmirnbTe ;im-.:jgcracnts of the committee and the e:nr S etic sccretiry. Jlr. tdward Hudson, it decided to place another boat on to accommodate the. pe-jple remainccT iirxjn tile wharf.- At abont tea o clod; the Southland: arrived .it,Toroago —the.place selected for the jmoli;—and the passengers harin R disembarked...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

, Kzutotmtx ,aa> n-Ai.-r.BL AKJIIV b... JUMITOt- S?*. 7?lkO-?t?-r, 1874. I Son. 4tl> October. 3531 -„ ?let .SVneiUr, „ 1 w tat ZCuvenaber, „ „ I?tiill<?a?b<ri .C '{ ?,??h' v ?. _ I.C'lXuinarj.JKS. 1 „Ktb lleo.Mher._ . _ i?oa rvbea-rr, ?. 1 _.Mth>J?ni??y^lsf* _ IJUfjaUweo. ~ ,1 i-ebrnary. „ i- ~ tint ,2Li?rebt M

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prince of Wales' Birthday at Newcastle. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Prince of "Wales' Birthday at Newcastle. - ? I IlOTTDAY being thr anniveraary of the Prince of Wales' Birthday- was observe! fa iTcvr castle as a general holiday, the whole of the principal stores, banks, offices, being closed. As this day was set apart for many amuse ments, some nnxlcty was manifested lest the ?weather—which Was so far all that could be desired for out-door amusements—should become unfavourable, and the 'ardour of n great many was 'considerably damped on Sunday evening when unmistakable indi cations of a coming change were discernible Before eight o'clock at -night -the winrt suddenly chanced to a TV" Jf.E., direction and brought up a blinding dust-storm, while tlu eky became overcast with dark cloud*, and it was expected that before morning the rain would have set in. ? Many an anxious mind ?was net at rest at daybreak, for the d?n.ic clouds of the previous night had partially cleared away, bat btill the sty was orercast By eight o'clock old Sol peered forth in al...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Biti?M."vTS aw t-mhosi sTttirra. - A.HHIVAU ? ', ' BRM-A.TCII. !-an_ J?t4'**.ole:r. <BTI. | ASo?tfnja-?liOot JST4. „ 'tm**r. „. - .* .?r.jNnv. .. „ Kir.?.**,- litC, „ t - ?***'?„ - „ IW.', i?:i 1 ?. i.?llI?Mi? ' WePl.. i,7. „ f ? Wit Jan. 1.75. .'ialiaa ? ?! ~- ai*r?k. „ - .... *-? i'l 1 _ rfctWer...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Races. Fourth Day.—Saturday. Saturday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Melbourne Baces. Fourth Day.—Satckday. ??> " ' Saturday-, 5.30 p.m. V. R. C. WANUICAf. KeotsSeld „ .„' j Sunbeam... „ ~„ 2 Kin Tom , „.. 3' . Won easily. 3 mm. 8 see*. Fourteen, horses started. STEEZ'LSCBASE, j, r - ' Bobin. ... ._ ... .„ .„, '__ x All Fours 1 ~ ' ... -2' Momalong- ... .„ , Ik __ ,<j Time, 6 mm. S6 seosl . - ~ TnitEE-MiLEL nAxmcAr. Melbourne . ...-„.„ ,„._, „. ~„" i Direr a .„ .„. ~._ „. ~.„?! 2 r Goldsbrough ... „_ ~, fc 3 j Dagworth made the running-, but, wis not placed. Won ,by . Melbourne cleverly. Tim<% 5 40 sees. . FKEE lUMSICAI'. Hero , .., ... . I Newbold , „. 2 Woltamai 5* More than twenty started. Newtmld ' made a splendid rush at the -flni-h. There waa a large attendance to-day. The weather was glorious, and the" , racing generally against the farourites. — -Evening JVeuzs. j 1

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

STfcV £ixgl<tan~ " BW0B5 , TO NO MASTEJl ; Or SO BKCT ill t* .?? ?-ItH JUKT r A.NI> PKAIt SOT; IET AJJr THB, TliaU Xlll'&r AT BK ?rar Vqvxtoz's. T>tr (ioi>'g. *>?? TumiV

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Scene in Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

A Scene in Court. A scene of sn unpleasant character rxviirrcd at tl-.e Toliw Court, yeeUxrxJuT, the 21 pt nfeimo. A 7o\n;g man nanncl Black more \fas l>cing triod oil a charee lof JiousebreaJ-ing. White flic charge t wae \ielug read, aJoud scream w.-ir luartl l at the back of, the Court, aud a young woman was oUigcd to leave tlierccm. ' This seemed to considerably affect the pri-tuer, who leant forward ?.n the edge f?f th? dock, and bowed his head, upc.n h;s hands, and appeared to fie sobbing. - l*'unr questions had been asked <>{ the first witness, and tho'Police Magistrate, who, as usual m cuki-r, is the interrogate- of wilncsHfs, no far us the oviilence in ch?'f is concerned, vnt al>out to put thu fifth, tut he n.-j; preTrated by ?n ?ccnrrcn<-o fortnatclr t?ij rare in conrt? of justice. The prisoner garo a rfliiTiii?ive upward movement, on <h? side-edge of tiio dork, nml .fiaaliy pitcliing ht-arily on U> the floor of the c<...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prevention of Sunstroke. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Preventioa of Simsteske. Aβ tie liot setKon is r.tpidly approach -£ {say* the Syracote Jtmraal), -roe me ; i.e- ibllowing specific for "sunstroke -which Hia.v eaxe ftom 21cee? or death many who coccopatioua optnpel them to I-β in-t. c field or in. the street. About a l year since X mr ia s n*wspaper i-n , act-punt of a case of stuitstroke, w.-nt a J'y tlie pjtrtj Linifrff. After sxjlftrirsr a loug 'time Troiu the attju fc, and hr.r rjf to a conudfmb]e dojyree recor*Ti'( , i c vxperiencvU considtTablc suffi ring cv n fntmthe roT? of the men. U'lne iod hfaa to reflect that it tms not a!toj.v!hrr tbc heat of the win tliat pro<luceil jm-- , tration. After much re?e.irih lie ili- <rnv?>?Mi ?!,.? <!,„ ;..;,.__ ... .1 eovwtl Hiat the injury cam?- from the chemical ray, and not from the heat my. H?> wa* gait! d to this. l>y observing tilts fitct that a photograph could not 1* taken'" throft>ri? a rc)l?.i? glr.sp. Aγ ttordingljr he lined Ins hat -...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

liXJ Upper Hunter General Advocate, is jptrnusniaD eteky Terma ol Subw-Iptioo.:__ Per T?r (fa atfranfcp). lavrsble quarterly .. jCI to. d? <crcdit>.... ...Ml*. Bar TheCr**tpri?..i?c , i-rrjr l *srtbeaiib?cxij>tloe. , Iβ. not paid dori?r tb* trnit uimith of the qnarbr. Tba tbontanrrb* terms, whrtber tbe Jμper i> dxlinnd W racber or &broag;h }im.t. Terms of A l-rcrtuicc :— FErsl iach mn*i under .. .. ... .. .. .. Sa. 4d. Etmt ?tWiLional inch orhalf-inck .. '.. Ss. Od. XdT?rti??n?nt*o'twolii'cs' ... .. '.. .1 $?. r*il. Jtlrtha,lV^th^,?iiti ? ? .. :„. ..- 3?. cd. Stuiaees Cards per quarter .. .. .. ... z-m. 04. JTo virertwtniciiU booked JUibcml nEoraim wIU b? maul, for Air?erO?.?uent? eentlnnrcl tor jik. of orer funr mtkK It Bmt b* Ixtmcaj ciulrr<.too<l. that, silm ramtteraandeii; ed'nrtuosients "will Ixr, cbHtinmrfl itn-l cbxrsvd for' ms the rassl rue. Ailn-rtixmtuitsmlukaUlllK-retbe amdn of ineertion?r?i?ij*tl irrittni ?ra'thror4rn ~ A...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 11 November 1874

Parlfaaie&t. ' Is the Aee^mtijy,MiTlinrednynrghf,"?' o.rtiniittce was ? appninffj, bT baiiot, to .inquire inlo certain; nsisconifnct <-n the part of tl.e ]?oliw-office antlioriHcf. ] The I miecondm t rr.mplaiiicd of is that a Ictfer, ivJiuh had been written by a dryorle ?n XV-w C.il-(I(.t:i? antl posted at the U'licral P< e£-ofiice Sydney, for trans mission to the European continent, 1-od 1>- m grivrn over to the ccmrol for Frantc. Friday, tiring a prlrale day, and there ? being FPveral deitateable matters on the hm-incs* paper, the Ilonsc is likely to "it till a l?.to hour to-night. Aftrr tl?o tins qnct>(k.pK, the principal of irjiicli is otic in the name of Mr. Garret*' hnving I reference' to the San. Frnnciseo? M.-.il I tsen-Jcc, Mr. Stewart will move " lint l the ?c?Rionnl reconls of the proceedings Jof the House shaH include an account lof tlie nainbor of .times ench memhe-r i vtT.a present uriion a division took pace, J nn?l when the House w...

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