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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 190 words
  3. Denman Police Buildings.

    Tenders are invited in this issue of the AROUS for additions to the Court House and Police Buildings, Donman. ...

    Article : 22 words

    Butter and bought in any quantity E. J. Head, Grocer, Singleton. ...

    Article : 16 words
  5. Recovering.

    The many friends in this district of Dr. J. L. Beeston, of Newcastle, will be glad to learn that Mrs Beeston, who has been seriously ill, is now out of danger and on ...

    Article : 87 words

    IMPROVED POSTAL SERVICE.—It has been decided to ask for an improved postal service to and from Lower Belford, what is wanted being a daily ...

    Article : 237 words

    In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night, The Closer Settlement Hill was introduced and rend a first time. ...

    Article : 421 words
  8. Diseased Beasts.

    At the sale yards on Wednesday, four diseased beasts were ordered to be destroyed by the police—two suffering from actinomicosis, one from cancer, and one ...

    Article : 30 words
  9. Jerry's Plains.

    Tendors are invited for the repairs and painting in connection with the Jerry's Plains Court House. ...

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  10. Hunting's Happy Hours.

    Mr C. H. Huntley is presenting a varied and attractive programme at the Mechanics' Institute to-night. The programme will explain in full what the entertainment ...

    Article : 28 words
  11. Legal Exam.

    Amongst those who passed the recent law examinations, Conveyancing and Real Property Section, is Mr Staulay Warburton, of the office of Messrs Gould and Robinson ...

    Article : 28 words
  12. The Price of [?]

    People in Singleton have reason to be glad that New South Wales has no border tax, which keeps out the surplus stock of a neighbouring colony. If any man hore ...

    Article : 94 words
  13. Road Work.

    Tendors are asked for road work in this issue of the ARGUS from Mr W. M. C. Moore. Road Snperintendent, Wollombi, and Mr R. E. Jones, District Engineer, ...

    Article : 36 words
  14. Australians.

    Allow no argumont to influence you to assure your life with other than Australia's Great Life Office. The A.M.P. SOCIETY, Australia, for Australians. Full ...

    Article : 33 words
  15. Lawn Tennis.

    The following will represent the "Waratabs" in their match against the West Maitland. Touchers to-day, on the former's court:-Misses Brady, King, Percy ...

    Article : 49 words
  16. Another Old Face Gone.

    The funeral took place yesterday afternoon of Mrs Mary Langsford, who died at an early hour on Thursday. The causes of death were, primarily chronic bronchitis, ...

    Article : 341 words
  17. Art Studies.

    Now and Beautiful Designs. Just received. M. ANDERSON, Bourke-street. ...

    Article : 13 words
  18. Stock Inspection.

    The Stock Inspector, Mr Knox-Hill, left town on Monday last and, returning on Wednesday at mid-day, visited the saleyards, where he found the police had ...

    Article : 88 words
  19. Police Work.

    The town has been very quiet even for "Singleton this work, and up to the time of going to press, the police had not been troubled in any way. Perhaps some of the ...

    Article : 69 words

    AS this disease in prevalent in this district, at present. I would like to point out the nature, symptons, post mortem appearance, and best ...

    Article : 601 words
  21. Military Ball.

    A grand military hall was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday night, the large room being just comfortably filled. As the visitors arrived they were ...

    Article : 177 words
  22. The Telephone.

    Singleton is a long way ahead of some of the towns on the Northern line in the way of telephones. According to the Armidale Express the telephone exchange in that ...

    Article : 96 words
  23. Dairyman's Conference.

    An opinion was expressed after the last meeting of the Dairymen's Union in Singleton that the fees of membership were too small—2s per annum—and that ...

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    SINGLETON, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m—Rev. E. E. Crosby, B.A. REEDY CREEK, 3 p.m.—Mr G. Hughes VERE, 3 p.m.—Mission Band ...

    Article : 53 words
  25. Wallpapers—

    From 3d per roll. M. ANDERSON, Bourkestreet. ...

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    The Suffolk Punch lot which left Baroena and Neotsfield on Monday for sale at Fenuelly's Bazaar, Sydney, realised satisfactory prices on the ...

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    THE Belgian Bishops have decided to admit the migrating French orders only, if they make no collections and open neither schools nor chapels. ...

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  28. A Singleton Musician.

    The Catholic Press has a very good photo block of Miss Tossie Marshall, well-known in Singleton as a talented young musician. The writer of the letterpress says,—"The ...

    Article : 231 words
  29. Singleton Football Club.

    A meeting of the above club was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Thursday evening. Present Messrs G. A. Bates (chair), L. Maynard, F. Jarman, B, Moylan, ...

    Article : 192 words
  30. The Singleton Argus

    WE notice from our Melbourne contemporaries that the Victorian Education Department the up-to-datedness of which is often quoted as an example) ...

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    The British Warship learne of the Pacific fleet has been despatched to Panama in connection with the diplomatic difficulties which have arisen ...

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    The betting cases were again brought on at the Police Court this morning. Percy Griffiths and Alexander Phillips were charged with assisting ...

    Article : 92 words
  33. Tennis.

    All lines Tennis Materials, cheapest and best. M. ANDERSON, Bourke-street. ...

    Article : 12 words
  34. That Dog.

    The savage dog which caused the trouble between a large woman and a small boy at the Police Court last Tuosday, has been shot by the owner. It will be remembered ...

    Article : 243 words
  35. The Annual Show.

    Arrangements for the carrying out of the annual show are now well in hand, and with a few inches of rain now, and fine weather during the occasion, the annual ...

    Article : 271 words

    A match will be played this afternoon between the Grammar and Public Schools. Lambton v. Singleton, at Singleton. ...

    Article : 149 words

    The transport Britannic, which will take as indulgence passengers the troops who desire to return to South Africa, will leave on Tuesday ...

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    THE Imperial Parliament will be prorogued on Saturday until the middle of January. ...

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