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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

Coton Calk, NEW MAGISTRATES.-We notice by the supplement to the Government Gazette, published on Monday, 2nd instant, that Richard ¡Skuthorp, tertius, of Kurrajong, and William Hall Johnston, of Sackville Reach, Esqs.. have been appointed magistrates of the colony, RICHMOND TOWN LOTS.-We direct atten tion to Messrs. Bedwell and Co\s. sale by auction this day. For particulars see advertisement. MEETING AT WILBERFORCE.-A meeting will take place, this evening, at Cobcrofts Hotel, for the purpose of forming an Odd Fellow's lodge in the township, WINDSOR WESLEYAN CHURCH.-An even ing of sacred song, and a presentation to Mr. Boles, is announced to take place on Wednesday evening next. HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA TION.-The annual meeting will take place on Wednesday next, at Mr. Holmes' Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor. A full attendance of members is re quested. MB. FRANK NORRIS.-We learn from the Cooktown Herald, of the 16th ult, that a storekeepcf named Gibson living on the Hodgkinson, has mn...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VETERANS AND RECRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

VETERANS AND RECRUITS. IT was at a dinner-party at Mr. Prescott's Nahant residence, a good many j ears ago, the honored guest being an English baronet. Just as the first course was removed, the his torian and host, turning to his gueát, said : have given you anstead our usual side-dish/, ' Indeed !' answered the - baronet. 'And what do you ïfO 'Chowder.1 f 'How?' . ? ? ; ,1 Would you be so kind as to spell it for ,* nié?' ,_,\; , ' C-h-o-w-d-e-r! How do you like it, Sir ' W^ell^sa^k'^M^ tra velled a good deal in my time, and I confess' that'Tyeeátteñ; thingsthat Were -worse} but not much-not much 1' ' , The guests kept their'faees (straight as long; as possible ; but the roar came at last, and it was a hearty one.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. Jo s ii i'i; IKE, before marrying General Bona parte consulted lier lawyer-Monsieur Raqui deau-as io her union with the young victor of St. Roch. ' It is folly,' answered the sage man of law-' perfect folly, to marry a young officer without fortune and without future."' But Josephine had more confi dence still in the oracles of M'lle Lenoruiand the celebrated iortune-teller ; or, rather, 6he did as people often do after asking advice she followed her own mind and she did well. Bonaparte heard of the opinion passed upon him, but made his way in spite of M. Raquideau's doubts ; and the young officer became Emperor. Although he had ad vanced much, he had forgotten nothing. When he was attired in his coronation robes, and a few minutes before proceeding to Notre Dame, he called out in a voice of thunder : ' Let Raquideau be brought !' The poor notary thought that he had signed his last contract. ' Well !' said the Emporor, as soon as he perceived him, * here is th...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

p IMPORTANT VETERINARY Í Ii\FORJIATI!)IV. rr - -? .v To the Squatters» Farmers» and fe Owners of Stpók ia the Neigh pT bourhood of Richmond and ¡§ Windsor. BL FTJHE Scottish Oil sold for human use.has Hf' X proved itself of great value in all cases & Óf lameness in .the horse, especially in pur« - bred animals, making a complete and speedy l* cure after all other remedies bad failed ; it i\ will not, blister or damage a horse in any fa. y ty* ' 'i.t |& A largo number of extraordinary cureá ^ 4an be Ji|Hj? Verified by a large eire!o of Kr^iies' làhà Gentlemen who interest them l'í ¿elfes in thU .,, '. - , GREAT COLONIAL DISCOVERY. EXTRAXftlDlNARY DISGOVERIES |g by the Government Veterinary Surgeon for the Cure of Human Beings. [BAGO, Rheumatism, Gout, Bad Legs, ^Deformed Feet and Hands, Piles, &c. er some months of careful observations late forced to admit that the public of Syd pare offered a healing agent for the above, id other diseases common to colonial l...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

STIje Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 1876. DESPITE the charge which has on one or two occasions assailed us that our leading ar ? tide was not of local interest, we again take tip a subject fore gn to ourselves, but of great importance to the whole world. We allude to the state of affairs in the East. "When the intelligence reached Australia that tho Sultan of Turkey had been deposed and his nephew invested with the sovereignty, . there was evinced in some quarters a disposi tion to jump at the conclusion that a general War would be the result, and that the gene ral tranquility of nations was at an end, for some time at least. The reasons were ob tious, and arose from the complications tvhich were convulsing Turkey and the nations surrounding her-originated by the abuses in her Administration, and causing insurgents to take up arms. Pressure had been put upon her by the Great Powers, acting (with the exception of England) in apparent concert, th...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST AND SECOND HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

FIRST AND SECOND HONEYMOON. I THE real honey moon is not always a delight- I fal moment. This, which sounds like hereby to the romantic, and like blasphemy to the young, is a fact which a great many people acknowledge readily enough when they have gone beyond the stage at which it sounds" like an offence to thc wife or to the husband who is supposed to have made that period rapturous. The new pair have * not the easy acquaintance with each other" which makes the happiness of close companion ship. Perhaps they have . not that sympathy with each other's tastes which is I almost a better practical tie than simple love ! They are half afraid of each other. I They makiog àwkomfvtiW^^^ day of new points in each other's characters-de-i lightful or uudelightñlF, asiilay 'líe--which bewilder their first confidence or union ; and the more mind and fepliugjtbere_is; be^w^een tween them, tliei ino re' likely, is^his. to be tne case. The shallow and supörficiar-^get'on M better than those who ha...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEP II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

STEP ll. THE company had at last sat down' to dinner. The intelligence of young Mrs. Challice's sudden indisposition had been quite sufficient to account for the long delay, and for the temporary absence of Challice himself ; but a damper had fallen on ( those seated round this ordinarily joyous fahle, which the well meant efforts of the most ready-witted entire ly failed to dissipate. . ' This is the flattest thing I ever met with here,' a young geutleman remarked to a young lady sitting by his side. ' If I had known what it was going to be like, I shonld not have come fifteen miles across country to it.'.. This" was hardly a complimentary kind of thing to Ray to a young lady ; but it was, in truth, only the echo of a universal sentiment entertained. ,.The ladies themselves were particularly disappointed and annoyed by the bride's ab sence, many having come on purpose to meet her. It was, altogether, a very flat abd dull affair ;. and Mrs. Challice, much earlier than usual, rose an...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGURE THE FIFTEENTH. IN WHICH THE RACE IS RUN. STEP I.—A White; Scared Face. " II.—A Bad Night. " III.—The Stable. " IV.—The Race. STEP I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

FIGUES 'TOE ' FIFTEENTH, ¿K WHICH THE BAOS IS BUN. STEP I.^Á White; Scared Fttce; " ÍI.-A Bad Night. " UL-The Stable: " IT,-The Racé. STEP t SOÁBOBÍY knowing whether he were asleep or awake, Challice went out into the grounds by a side door. Upon the very threshold of it he was met face to face by his wife. ' She was evidently much agitated. Her breath carne short and fast. She clung to the doorpost for support. ' Harriet, tell mê what has happened?' he exclaimed. ¿ut, as she made no reply, he asked the question again. There was a curious blending of impatience and pain in the tone of her voice. ' I am tired to death 1 I want to lie down -to rest !' * Bût tell me, where hâte you been /-what has occurred ?' ' How you bother Í I lost that bracelet ycfu gave me. I dropped it somewhere in the park, and went back to find it.' ' But why did you not say so ? I would hâve. Befit someone, or gone myself.' 'I was afraid to tell yon, that was why. I thought you would be sb angry. It is the dia...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. SIR HERCULES ROBINSON AND MR. FAIRFAX. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 7 October 1876

f We do not identify ourselves with the opinions vj our correspondents.'] SIR HERCULES ROBINSON AND MR. FAIRFAX. {To the Editor of the Australian.) Sißj-The publication of the correspondence between Sir Hercules Robinson and Mr. Fairfax in the columns of the Herald, has doubtless attracted public attention. It is gratifying to find that thc represen tative of Her Majesty in this colony possesses such an independent tone of mind ; gratifying to see that ho does not consider it infra dig to publically resent the malevo lence of a blustering judge, or tho carpings of a cantiug editor. Those pious nobodies vrb.0 affect to be astonished at the pace Sir Hercules travels it ; those disappointed divines who have not the privilege (so readily accorded them by his Excellency's prede cessor); of airing their oratory with thread bare argumeuts of Christianity in the presence of Her Majesty's deputy ; those vulgar politicans whose idiotic ravings at Royalty, or rather its representative : such m...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

ARRIVALS OF HIVER CRAFT. Emma Matilda (Statler), from the McDon ald, «rita maize, poultry and sundries. ßtifiblk (I/eet), from Sackvillö^Eteach, with matee and sundries. JF Eva (8.), from íiower Hawkesbury with sundries.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

1 ll MUTANT VETERINARY IXFORWATIM. to the Squatters» Faríneísi aird Owners of Stock in the Neigh bourhood of Richmond and Windsoré THE Scottish Oil sold for human' use has proved itself of great value in all cases Of lameness in the horse, especially in pure bred animal«, making a complete arid speedy cure after all other remedies had failed ; it will not blister or damage a horse in any tray. A large number of extraordinary cures can be fully verified by a large circle of Ladies and Gentlemen who interest them ^JGÉBffTCOLONIAL DISCOVERY. ' ígm£OÉDi$AñY Disco VARIES Made by the Government Veterinary Surgeon for the Cure of Human Beings. 'UMBAGO, Rheum.ttisnf, Gotrt, Bad Legs, Deformed Peet and Hands, Piles, &c. .After some months of careful observations e are forced to admit that the public of Syd ey are offered a healing agent fur the above, and, other diseases common to colonial life, which we are perfectly »ure has never been í excel led. ~. THE SCOTTISH HÍGTIÍLANP OIL Is...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEP III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

in dais Not very often did a horse go up and down in the betting as did Captain Challice's,,Flash o' Lightning. The amount of hedging thal was done by her oft and on backers was some thing wonderful. The lameness just, spoken of happily be gan to show signs of amendmeh' after a few days of intense anxiety to those mo6t deeply interested. When the news reached thc, book-makers, the odds went np again with a jump ; they somehow all seemed somewhat afraid of Challice's crack, although^.they one and all pooh-poohed it upon all occasion's.. As for the owner himself, he was so tho roughly upset by the events of that ono dreadful day I have described, that he al most wished he had never seen a race-horse in' his life. ? ' I swear I'd scratch him !' he cried, wildly/ jere's ian èrjaW tnejL..*-,»,. . ; ; Harriet wak now jyfpß/jin^ inost danger ;0U8 state. Tran>injajáLábe was suffering. [from brain?;fepfr?ia ^^M^fi^new^^k when hèifÇfioke ^ Íerw^n¿fe^í^fti ¿©Jp the wüdej^. ^e-jl^in^a^ fc^nj...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURAGE AND FEAR OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

COURAGE AND FEAR OF DEATH*. THE Chinese of the southern deltas, who' have little active courage, though the Chinese of the north and west have plenty, wilt dio for a bribe to save a richer criminal from the sentence he has earned. Tire Gengalee, who alone says calmly, " Armée 6Äeroö,"~I ant timid-as if courage were a matter of moral and social indifferénce, or rather creditable than otherwise, goes to execution, as Ma caulay noticed, like a hero, and will encoun ter an inevitable' and agonizing déath without a flutter of the pulse. His nerve ié' as great as Wainwright's, who died without a percep tible change in the steadiness of his heart beats, but who, unlike the Bërigalée, with an object, before himy would'.probably have rushed upon the «annon. The-Malay, who' cannot bô induc'èd ÜOr compelled to face rockets, dies as tranquilly as ^Casablanca and the Cingalese of the' coast, wno wilt" fight nobody, meets death without a murmur or a pang. .. . An English sailor of the old type, w...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LARGEST SWAMP IN THIS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

THE I/AßGEST SWAMP IN THIS GOUNTKY. THE surveying party sent ont to survey the Okefenokee Swamp report that it measures one hundred and forty two miles in circum ference, with thc sinuosities, one bundie! and eighty miles around. Th¡6 vast forma tion, thirty mifes long aná twenty seven Ïliles wide,; is the largest íwáiríp in the inited States. It lies in the south-easteriï part of Georgia, but partly in North Florida. Here is the Suwanee river, made famous by the old negro melody " Old Folks at Home." It traverses a large section of upper Florida, is bordered with valuable cypress and other timber,- and empties into the Gulf at a point about eighteen miles north of Cedar Keys. Okefenokee Swamp was, for generations, ii refuge for runaway slaves. Indians havo lived there until recently, cultivating gar dens ; and in the depths Of the jungles and forests are thousands of bears and a great many Florida " tigers*'--the cougar, or American panther. One curious experience 6f the surveying ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A KISS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

A JvîSS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. Á LOUISVILLE drummer stopped not long since at one of our green river hotels, and the next morning a chamber-maid came in to arrange his room. He approached her, and putting his arm around her waist^ stole a kiss from her red pouting lips. What did she do ! Why, she seized the fo »t tnb where he had just washed bis feet, and bathed his head with its contents, washed his hair and whiskers with the blacking brush; rubbed him down with a brush that had been used the day before in painting the hëartîi, and knocked the dust out of his clothes with the poker. Then doubling np her fists and shaking them at him, she said, "This (the right One) is certain death, but as Î am not the fool-killer, I'll not use that on you ; this (the left one) is six months in the hospital." Then she hit him a blow that ¡?f>nt him though the window ; he alighted cn the roof of a shed I room, and rolled off into a pigstye in the back yard. This disturbed the big dog, and his dand...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PARSON'S WINE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

A PARSON'S WINE BILL. THE case of Mash v Tollemachc came before one of tho London Courts. This was an action to recover the sum of £17 15s. for wine supplied by plaintiff to defendaat in December, 18G8. The defen dant pleaded never indebted ariel the statute of limitations. Mr. Horne Payne was counsel for tho plaintiffs^- Mr. Bravo for the I defendant. Mr. íIonio Payne, in opening the plaintiff's caso, suid lu's; firm were wine merchants, carrying nu business at Gresham House, Holborn Viaduct, and the defendant was the rector of South William, near Gran . thain« It was thc practice of the plaintiff's firm, to give long credit to their customers. About two years after they supplied the goods in question they sent in their account to the defendant, who took no notice of it, and they then sent it in regularly every quarter. After it had so gone on for about two years and a half the defendant wrote : " Your quarterly accounts are a quarterly amusement to me. (Laughter.) Do you think lam...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ESSAY ON ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

ESSAY ON ONIONS. TN onions is strength, and a garden without it lacks flavour. The onion in its satin wrap pings is among the most beautiful of vege tables ; it can almost be said to have a soul. You take off coat after coat, and the onion is still there ; and when the last'one is removed who daresay the onion itself is destroyed, though you can weep over its departed spirit Î 1 doubt not that all men and women love the onion ; but few confess their love. Good New Englanders are as shy of owning it, as they are of talking about religion. Some people have days on which they eat onions the act is in the nature of a religious cere mony, an Ellusinian mystery ; not a breath of it must get abroad. On that day they see no company, they deny the kiss of greet ing to thc dearest friend. Happy is said to bo the family who can eat onions together. Look at Italy ; all eat of the common vege table. The social atmosphere of that deli cious land is ladeu with it. In the churches ' f he " ^tiw^ l|...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERPETUAL FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

PERPETUAL FIRE. ÍN the neighbourhood of Bale«, On the (jäs pian sea, there is a phenomenon of very ex traordinary nature, called "the everlasting fire," to which a sect of Indians arid Per sians called Gaurs pay religious worship. It is situated about ten mile« from the city of Baku, in the province of Shirvan, on a dry, rocky piece of ground. On it there are several ancient temples, built of stone, and supposed to be all dedicated to fire-there being one anions them in which fire-worship is dow carritíd on. Near the altar there is a large^ hollow cane, from the end of which issues a blue flame. The worshippers affirm that this flame has continued ever since the Deluge ; and they believe that if it were sup pressed in that place it would break out iu another. At a short distance from this tem ple there is a horizontal gap, two feet from the ground, about six feet long and three feet broad, out of which comes a constant flame of the colour of that in the temple. When there is a stron...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, October 11TH, 1876. (Before his honor Mr. District Court Judge Dowling.) BOWMAN v BREWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

WINDSOR DISTRICT CdUR-T. WEb'îÎBéEfAY, OcToprErtVllTH, 1876. (Before his honor Mf. D'istriet Court Judge Dowling,)1 BÓWMATSf v BBEWER. "This rinso was fettled by consent, the defen dant malting an ampie apology, withdrawing {he words' complained of, denying that there was-any frtt'th in them; and; paying one ^hilling damages' tftfd costs under the lô'wér Scale; íitaxÍBK v T; WILBOW. This was a claim of £32 13s 7d, balance due on. an overdue promissory note for ¿57 13sl7d. t #.; Defendant pléaded payment. Credit had been given for one £25, but not for another £25 paid at a subsequent date. Verdict for plaintiff for: amount claimed. , JMr. Coley for plaintiff, Mr. Walker for defendant. HALI, AND OTHERS V JADE'S CLARK. . . This was an action' by thc Trustees of the "Pitt Town .Common against defendant for trespass, tn'cutting down' and removing tim ber from the Pitt Town Common, damages were laid at £3. \ Defendant resides in the parish of Nelson, -An adjoining parish, and has been in ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Intelligence. London, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 14 October 1876

latest iftiteUtgeiicr» London, September 27. EA nr. DERBY in replying to a deputation from a meeting held at Guildhall, 6aid that instructions had been sent to Mr. Elliot to interview the Sultan, to denounce the authors of the atrocities in Bulgaria, and to demand tho punishment of the perpetrators. Earl Derby said it was needless to convoke Parlia ment to consider the Eastern question, as peace, negotiations were proceeding smoothly, and tho possibility of a European war for the disruption of Turkey was most unlikely ; but he expected that the solution of the present difficulty would be found in the local autonomy of Bosina and Herzegovinia, with effectual guarantees agaitvrt the misrule of Bulgaria. Respecting Servia, Earl Derby concluded by favouring an assumption of the statu quo, without the payment of an indemnity. The war-feeling in Servia is unabated, and the clamour is that Prince Milan shall assume a Royal title. Peace conditions were submitted to the Porte. General Tchcrn...

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