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ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

ARRIVALS OP RIVER CRAFT, Hard ïimes (Èreringham), from Lower Portland, with tnaiee ana sondrio* ; Sir Andre* Agnew (Wötfdbury), from Wiseman's Ferrj, «itjb «nùdries. Emma Jane (Gee), from Colo, wijtb: sun dries* Substitute (Jones),- from Goto, trittx sun dries/ E*«(tú)j from Lower 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 — 21 October 1876

600T À #||^WAWÜFACTÜRER, j HARDTIMES. . How isït-theory is so frequently heard' ; 'j How ÍB it from all you Will hear ihe samé' word j- : ¡ All crying alike, Hard-Times? : J The working map túros from bis labor away The clerk and toe merchant both; dismally 6»y, Jueti toe ¿ame one, and all, Hard- Times. ¡ fu tbé'côÂf^tfië" settlers Ôave all the samé cry, j the squatter and fáxmer will each of them sigh, AB the/ éïïïrmùf so sadly, Hard Times. The laboré)1 willstart as he héftrfi1 by bis «de The plough&an* and drover bewailing the tide, Exclaiming with sorrow,- Hard Timesr j Bat Why is this heard in a land of such wealth,. Whose gold is abundant, whose climate is health, j What right to exclaim of. Hard Times. Perhaps 'tiSexpônscs prevent all success, i That food should bc cheaper and rent should be less j ' "To save us 6om having Hard Times. Beföee ybflr é^^nBé¥^ën-friends' one and'all, j To begin with; for Boots just at SULLIVAN'S call, And no longer complain of Hard Times. ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

i,_ -mm*-.-.* Wtf naVé' ,*er> little elinga tó'répóri 43i|^a week. The maize mafltet remains the viz : 2s Sd at Windsor j 2* 011 to iÚHH Sydney ? awl Ss lld in Melbourne. jPoafp|¡H m the Windsor market may be quoted ' follows i- Fowls, 4s Gd to 5s ; j&Ê^fà.Wjffî 7s; ducks, 5s 6d to 6». Eggs*iiT^MUrfgJ(»^ 7d. Oaten hay in the Sydney marl^MUf^ {at er 6d to 7s 6d r loee#w¿ 2a ld to 8s, ! every appearance of a long cmtinvai^W^ j tho««'rates. ? .M

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RATS IN BURMAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

RATS1 IN BURMAH!. Tn SOE appears to be a linc opening for ter rier dogs and active cats in British Burmah, which, according to the annual report of the chief Commissioner on the administration of that country for 1874, 75, lately issued, is in some'part overrun' by rats. These animals make periodical visitations to certain districts, where they, are not only a serious nuisance, but, owing to their voracity, reduce the inhabitants'to'a* state' bordering on starvation. The Karen district, eaíst of the Sittang river, was afflicted with a Visitation in thc shape of A rat plague, which caused alarming ravages and such a deficiency of the food-snpply that . the unfortunate inhabitants were reduced to a precarious1 subsistence on green bamboo shoots and'jungle roots. Their affection for their rat infested' home was, however, so great, that they could not be induced for some time to immigrate to the district of Toungoo, where ampio provisions had' been made for there subsistence, and lived,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

SYDNEY PÄICE8 CURRENT. ^ ?? -" 1 [LBY TELEGRAPH.J: % W. William Inglis reports the follow-' 1 . mg': October 20th. ti' ' £ ev d. £ ». d. Milch Cows, each..v 5 IO 0 to 12 5 6; Cakes. 0 16 0 2 19 O' Lambs. 0 9 O' 0f13 & 4 Pigs(aUVe). O 12' 6 A l 0 Suckers./..-.v.......v.. O' 5 0 0 12 O' Turkeys, per pair... 0 9 0 1 1 0 i Geese " .... 0 7 0 O'Í0 & Docks " .... © 45 0 0 8 * Fowls " .... 0 4 6 0 6 10 Botter^roll) # lb.. 0 1 1 Ó I 6' Lardr.........v.v...v 0 0 7 > 0 0 8' Eggs, per doz. Oil' 0 19 Mai», per bushel.. 0 2 9 0 3 O' J Wheat ,, ... 0 5 0 0 6 O' Oat« ,y . O' 8 0 0 4 O' Potatoes, per cwt... 0 8 0 O' 5 o?,V Fnttpkins, per do». O S1 O' 0 4 6'' Hay, Oaten, y> lon 7 10 O' 810 O' Luceme " Î 15' 0* 3 10 O' New Wheaten Hay 41 0 6* 5 .0 Straw " 4 IO O' 6 10 Q! Hidesveach.....v.v.-. 0 9> 6 0 18 £/ ~--a>~-i*hm--mmm-*-.\ irí-Ai IN ll' li r-j" ? ritt» -

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. GRAVE-YARD MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Original Poetry . ?rKAVE-TARD " MUSINGS* TRICAD softly as you walk thtehttlíffwací spot, Where rest the bones of many now forgot ; And think of them as they were wont to be in life ai we* ;-*»*now in eternity Î Èach nwntjntent «nd' mound of fowly earth Tefls Us death h t&e sequence of life's birth; These mitte reminders of another state Stare' thc poorest creature as well as great. It needs úo puipit eloquence forfeit Of State hereT^r,-Gqdj ,heaven, heil < Fbi' here' in. this dread solitude pf gloom. The truth is taught from) out the silent tomb. 'Tis befó he sees his nothinghèssy Vam nttmy Whose life is but a drop, a gasp, a span ;' 'Tis here he learns ho« empty is his pride', And feels religious-what he long decried* SaWedf spot f here' many' ä tear was sheer, As the deep open grave received its dead í Here when coffned dust to dust was given, Who ha* not wisfc'cltbe soul a place in heav'n 7 Here Jët tte linger ;' hete' we'll meditate < My sorti¿ e'en...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCARED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

A vouito lady i.n 'Heaiiij^'^ja!/ .ipoft n inju diciously and indiscreetlyâim[ çf^frißht,' caused by mîsùndérstandjfil/ !à nalurat^phe nomenon1 of ' the' most consolatory character. She had her |)hQ^grap;h !mén| á^>¥owed the picture to her motherl'lrt/o exdmine4, it, and then said, ^V^^IH^MI^^'"^» »' death's head ob it.* She ¿olhted to the tie worn about ^difcràtèàr tfifefc^':íy'^hat. looked'li&é'avitlnÜÍ was ms^ctly ' visible on the picture,- and it excited* semis! curiosity. No attention' Waa paid to this}; S^d a few. áays afterwards one bf: her" pictographs was looked1 at again, and to their" great astonishment they d iscoverod thaif ^tbe figure . ot 'what0 greatly resembled it,¡of'iraotherstallt,',liad ap^e'àred just above it! ' This 'Was1 also pointed ont to' the young lady, who slowly"'sank ancl aied.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLOVES [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

GLOVES * Waxr -it 'it that'bfis five' Openings and but Oha' entrance? What can "it be^üfc .C)íat''áKóV<'fór the hand^-iäs the <&rmañ£ íáilí itë*. jgïove? There are probably no article's pf ^aköqiouB attire older'than gloves-fastidious, Dpçsose' some strong-minded pepple call/ them unnecessary j .and think; 'xi'an affectation to cover the bàré hand, which Nattire'intended to be kept bare for work. They are spoken of by Homer, however) .as worn hy LaertpB to' protect his hands while at work in the garden; and Xenophon also ment'o. s Cyrus's wearing' g'oves-whích. jproves' that one of ^^»i^«^. Greeks was .more careful of his^Tiaudtha^are those we',isM'1^trlri^.:jih oiiV; glens', to-daj, and both bf them (as fjlstialÖns as! liny '^andy of the n^hetèenth cèhtary. Thé ¿uStdtó of throwing down a gloveih challenge ia 'ü^cei back in England as far as the twelfth century/ In the middle âgés a j^iove Was [given ¡ by a ' * ladye fayre' ' to:' her cavalier knight, t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DENTAL PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

&ENTAL- PHILOSOPHY. TH EBB has been a' ebb vocation of dentists in this city during the last week, at which all sorts of subjects connected with operations upon the teeth-bave'been brilliantly discussed. ML tfhé" mysteries of filling, filing, and the production of artificial molars and bicuspids haye been talked ofer; and there has been a great d$alof learned dissertation on those sub jects. All of the essays have been amusing to the. non-professional mind. One of the' Ïgay ¡ste announced the curious philosophy fit " men, af a rule, have better teeth than b ladies,.because their occupations are con ducted more in the open air than are those of the other sex." According to this, the domes tic fireside ifrsadly destructive to the dental apparatus;- Ordinary observers might be of opinion that Women hare better teeth than men-a reason for which can be found in the fact that the female sex is a much better customer of the dentists than are individuals of the other gender. If a de...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHTING A WILD CAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

FIGHTING A WILD CATI NEWBURGH (N.Y.), July 31.-Miss Jennie Snvitii Vives in Wiiliaiusburgh. Sile is 15 year;; old, auù x;ry robust and muscular. About two weeks ago, she went fifteen or sixteen miles from here to her uncle's, a Mr. Rogers, to spend her summer vacation. Mr. Rogers lives near the Shawangunk Moun-' tains. Three or four days ago, Jennie and two or three others started for the mountains to pick huckleberries. In the party, besides Jannie, were two young daughters of Mr. Rogers, the oldest being about Jennie's age, and a son, the youngest of the lot. They had travelled about three miles from the house, over one mountain and down on the other side of it, far. away from any house. Their pails and baskets were well filled with the berries, and being quite fatigued, they sat down in a clump of bushes .to enjoy the lunch they had taken with them. They dis covered that they had neglected to bring water. " Wait girls," said Jennie ; " I'll go over here and see if there isn't a -...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN IN MID OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

TH-E MAN IN MID OCEAN. MYER GERSHON, who had been on a visit to his parents in London, for the last three months, returned to Troy, Wednesday. He came by the steamer Greece. He reports that in* mid ocean on the 19th inst., at 8*15 o'clock in the evening, the watch at the bow reported to the' captain that he descried what seemed to him to be a part of a wreck. As it neared the ship, the object was discovered to be a small skiff, and in the darkness the figure of one man was descried. The captain immediately gave orders to stop the engines, and to get the ropes ready to pull the mun on board. When these orders were given, the passengers were at tea in the cabin, and hearing what was said,- everybody rushed on deck in a great state of excitement, fearing that some danger was imminent-an iceberg, or probably some vessel inconveniently near. . These fears of tho passengers were soon àlîayed by the captain. The sea was running high. The skiff came quite near to the ship, appearing and dis...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To[?] Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Coton ?aVk. ffoRMj&Tf«£Bris,--The public arc inform-1 ed that- we bave a bapd of noise stealers in ibo distrct, and they have been committing raids upon the property of several of oar fellow-residents. Mrs, Lace Upton bas bad a valuable draught mare and foal stolen, as alBö a saddle horse* from the same locality. Mr. Walker's buggy horse is missing from the paddock, andi? supposed tobe stolen. We also hear of one or two other horses being missing from their nsnal rons. mit CHÍLD-POISONING CASE.-We learn that the Attorney-General has refused to File a SOI against the woman Lewis, who was committed by the Windsor Bench for a sup* posed attempt to poison a child of her daugh ter's. PUGH'S LAGOON.-A great many com plaints have reached us, as to the dangerous state of the road across Pugh's Lagoon, below St. Peter's Church, Richmond. The roadway is unprotected by any side-rail, and is from its narrowness, a very dangerous j place to pass over with a restless horse, or a team of b...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAST FIGURE. IN WHICH THIS MAD DANCE COMES TO A SUDDEN END, WITH THE DANCING-MASTER'S DEATH. STEP I.—Not a Scoundrel. " II.—A Death-bed Scene. " III.—An Up-hill Journey. " IV.—A Barber's Talk. " V.—Two Young Ladies Prattling. STEP I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

THE LAST FIGURE. IN WHICH THIS MAD DANCE COMES' TO A SUD DEN END, WITH THE DANCINO-MASTER'S DEATH. STEP I.-Not a Scoundrel. " II.-A Death-bed Scene. " UL-An Up-hill Journey. " IV.-A Barber's Talk. " V.-Two Young Ladies Prattling. STEP I As soon as the race Was, fun, Blair elbowed his Wffv thfougfi the crowd», sprang into a Hansom plying, for hire, and galloped away I to ^he railway-statipn. tn thé same carriage, riding, up to town, were several jubilant youjths, rejoicing over having won a^matter of ^vepounds.^ Blair, who had, lost close upon thirty thousand, , sat back in bis seat very quietly, closing his. ? eyes, and doing bis best not to listen to their prattle*. . ;. . i , t > . ... , ...... , When he reached London, he went to an hotel in Covent Garden which he «Was in the habit of using (the same to which Sir Roly had been wont, to haye his letters addressed), ? and there he ate a steak; and drank a pint of ,claret. ? ,. . ..... ... > An hour later, Dr. Truman., found h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tittle—Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

OUR little tó#ñ of WinaWr^ startled into' , a moist alarming itale ©| excitement ott | Thursday liâi, when it booiunèknOir» that Í we badfive fcAtkäbWiMwriä^ It appear* :| that the advent nf the illustrious strangers1 1 was nôf nnlooked-for m certain qoaflerl, a« | they had bee* é*peétéd for some time, there- > fore, it wa* nothing flange that a coach ti$^¡j in waiting at the Windsor Terminus, and «Tj garifo1 of honor ot clv,u servants af Her ' : Majesty iii attendance. lieutenant Beatty,' of H. M. R. I. I.- (Her Majesty's Royal Irtrfsible Indigoes), comm^na|dthe detach ment, anid with' the aido-d%-«ánip%*áttendance* nptfn the' visitors,' escorted them io'lïcCabe's Hotrt, where everything wa« in readiness for" their reception'.- Shortf/ àtàsr being' réstaV lished iff their rrew q|nartèrs, they were waited upon aird interviewed by John' Michael "Mc- * Quade, E*o¿, J.P., and ei-Mayor of Wind sor, who welcomed them to the district, and asstfred them that everything should be doné' f...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE [?]OOM OF THE CHANGING MASTER 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 IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

-'(-<.'?' I.i -í-i'iSiscUniíÍTfiíofi .j*.^ bun- - j'. .1 t'ïor"3^^^i^r^^^"' ' .':^^ il.'!/.' iV/t (; ÜJÍV ' <¡ft*'-ir*-":-' '?'.'»' ' -?-iL: '-i: ; ,1 . ..»i-v.n *ánifflk&^juM ig- lraki",i! ' " II.-A Bad Nightl^1^ *«.!'J Í Oiíiil ' ' : BTEP IF; ( CorUiâutd'j. . ' No ; I stopped it going any further. , I heard it frpm the! mah in the shop aha took it from.' 1 She mustjiafe been tipsy or mad*. They faade me pay ;heayy to hnsh it up. But she'll never do that kind of thing again. She's -as... square as., square cpu)A\/be, when le's-r-when she's herself. I won't smoke any more*! I want to get to bed and hare a good njght*s. rest.' ; ' Ah, tô bp:8urô. gnat's best, Jacky. í'íl light you put,' As.they passed by the stall in wtyich Flash o' Lightning stood, Jacky stroked it with his hand. , , . v,.. . ' He's in splendid form,'said the doctor. t .^évérJpew himbetter** replied Jacky. a-Jp^scji steam-engine for strength. W^^h^a fool the man would have to bé ^m^^Mm^...

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 — 21 October 1876

Notice. ? ALL parties having HÖÜSES running on PUTTY ¿UN are retested td RE MOVE them on or bëfore the 1st January. AU .horses left on thê said Ran after that date; the ort hers are requested to pay 2s. dd, weekly per head, HEÑR¥ ÎJAYCOÇK, Putty. October Í0lh, 187é. ODDFELLOWS' GALA DAY* PRINCE OP WALES' BIRTHDAY^ November Otb, 18*0, TO BÉ HELD ON THE Hawkesbury Racecourse, THE PROCEEDS TO BE DEVOTED towards Paying off the Debt upon the Oddfellows' Hal), Windsor, built on the site of the former Hall, which was des troyed by the great fire at Windsor in December, 1874. ATHLETIC SPORTS, CRICKET MATCHES. . . . DANCING ON THE GREEN, THE VOLUNTEER BAND; EXCURSION TRAINS, PLENTY OF AMUSEMENT. Further particulars in future advertisements. ADMISSION, including luncheon r 2s. ; children under i 2 years old, free' et gdte, and 6d. for luncheon. Tickets to bo obtained from Messrs. Ross, C. Hull, C. Parnell, W. Norris, P. Molloy, J. Pendergast, J. Fewirigs, R. McNiven, L. Barnett, J. Everingham...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. WHAT SHALL BE OUR BABY'S NAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

WHAT »HALL BU ÖVR BÁBY'S PA eave he'd like it Fanny.. And as oWW'gmftij'B granny : Af#^ k Ar» not buming now-aidaya, fe And irifl not do for baby. ? - My brother Balpb fays there's no need Pf mach ¿imple >«g'ry ; Bat what has he to do, indeed, ?M -W^k Httíebaby. ig* Aunt Sarah Janè it quite displeased, |F\ And «sys that no real ladies ^ *ÍVould make a fax« about such 6tuff AB nanto* fe* little bables. " ka says that tintes are altered since Aunt Jane bad any babies, When names were of no consequence, j And aunties were not ladies, lt's fashion roles the present day, Ma saja she will maintain it, Pa says that he will have hts4 way, ' - Though it costs his life to gain it. ka says she'll never sacrifice Her dignity s6' tomefy, Or jjeljî ^anyone's advice In namtog little baby : She Bays though we are not grandees/ .v-She'ti keep np her position, . An&iMCme' ihèbaby as «he pleases, Without askingiottr' permission. If Ï ttífññ ôtiïy hate my way, ?*"*<ThWd "be BÓ foo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

\Wt dfnotidmttfy eUrâtÏDer mitti tJwiptrikki óféW . corretpontUHtt:] (JbtheWitotof M Jtae^atUtii.) 4 . î Srsi-^If you- would deign to grant ia» a1 ". space in the columns of you* wide cnSBjitlaGfog? \ paper, Ï would fe*l obligé, as I s^by* your1' 1 paper of the 30th ultimo, that ^n have' been' misibformed. withlrefefence 'ïô'Mè Coin-' mon1 af Sf.- ÄlbWsVand being On* of jtnë' Trastees;-! beg leaVe to contradict' thé. state ments you1 have' inserted vi' the said ptpetC- * 1. We the Trustees; w'We'g^OtMotà^- r forwarded oar By-laws to thé', Colonial Secretary, who Sanctioned thé sanié ; theron fore, it hos ntl been wOrVea'iniigkUy. And' - since the saiil lawai enforced' fdá, Ae^said Commong "were sab'öttöned by ïhe Colonial1 ... , Sedrefeft, hoW dbSè your informant pfeäuintf to say we have levied tttxes without authority, -dj [ am happf to state that I amina pösition' to deny the base ¡nfonnatitítí. and if your informant would honor me Wira oft rirtsence, <I can produce' sa...

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 — 21 October 1876

TíMi» fil fi'-'?: Sqtó and - Owners <)f Stock in the Ñeigh ,^ioi3¿pQd of Bichmoiid and ¡Windsor; fHE^rottish^Oil sold .(bi lítfmánútó mú > < proved itself of ^great value in all cases 6f lameness in Uie horse, especially \n pure bred "animals, making à complète* anet Épé'édy ¿ure utter tall dther remedies bad failed * it s will ftto blister or damage a horse in any »>'rüÁ dià|?e numbfef ? üf esctfa'ordiifary cures xíhpílfcei^dljf iíverified-; b/ a large clrfclo of I Jja4«8ii*nd(!'Geiiilemön *whb interest them- ¡ selves in th^s^ í»"4^ . ' : . JrütSCbVERY. EXTRA ORDINARY DISCO VÊRIES f çarè|u Jdnijihal'the pfrttfc öf Syd-i rîB^We^;a%a1ini, agent for^Ue^bové; íc% 'w¡ éxcelled. -¿fíe* we^ate^ )érïéëtlyf sure^ás ..nevcr been ¡ Iis immediately absorbed into the blood, changing its dull black hue into, a brilliant Kéed^ossessing a delicate nervous force, which may be felt as a tremulous motion in the muscles,1 which often iustantly relieves a great Îiapy painful...

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 21ST, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 21 October 1876

Magna est rentas, et prevalebit. SÂTtJRDAY, OCTOBER 21ST, 187G. "WBJLT we said some time ago, and what we Btitt reiterate, is that our Riverine pos sessions are' becoming1 of immense import* anee, and; yet, by a short-sighted policy, the neighbouring colony of Victoria is allowed to monopolise the whole of the trade of oar territory. Those persons who, a few weeks ago, were so rampant in their efforts for a iailway from Illawarra to Sydney, and from "Newcastle* to the sam*1 point, cannot have taken the importance of th ese" lines into con sideration when placed in juxta-position4 with that to the Riverine Districts. In the for mer case, we merely provide extended com munication, which is not required ; while in the latter, we open tip, and bring to our principal seaport, the vast resources of what is fast becoming the moBt important portion of our territory, With an overflowing Treasury, we are sitting idly by and allow Victoria to grasp our trade, and even worse export our wcol and...

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