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Original Poetry. THE VOICE OF THE MONASTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

THE Y^EjpF THE MONASTERY, << WHBH jforbroe frowns, when friends are few, ., When *oi»ow 4 #y lot ; When1 Wkfà yon\fondly thought were true* Ttíéff l» ó$|$w thee not ;: When wear^On^^Ind worn* with care,' ' And" gjvtó tfp^ #íef Í . When au ibis conies to be thy share; 1 then cÄu giro relief.' Full many fly this world to como Within my peaceful cell ; Full many ¿eek in me a homo In solitude to dwell ; For sorrow laden mortals here Is holy rest and catín Religion here wipes .'way the tear, And to the soul gires/ balm. " Then, son, sigh not ; fto'f, to' despair Thy troubled mind incline j Here, sheltered by your Father's care, Peace on thy soul will shine. Then take thy thoughts from' off this life; Tke:i come thou here to' dwell ; And leave behind tliec this world's strife Then all with thie is well." f W. A. W. St. Alban'8, Oct. 16th, 1876.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL; THE usual meeting of the above took place on Wednesday last; Present The Mayor, Aldermen Motíesy Gosper/ Waîtling", arid Wood. MINUTES. Thc minutes of the previous meeting were ré'au and confirmed: CORRESPONDENCE. . The following letter was road from a person signing himself John M. McQuade : ." To the. May or and Aldermen" of thé Bor ough of Windscr,! " GENTLEMEN,-I do myself the horfour to 'J^QB\..üäf^»'i/^ly ojipronrli ymir TTsiitf'Wabla body,* and apply to you for á copy of. thè,very, very important letter of your worthy Mayor, addressed to the Honourable thc Minister .for Da'fflsV ¿úd feád to' the Council Ht your last 'tùipëiiug; applying to have ike sam' of Fifty Pon"ds, placed in my hands by'tke Govern niènl of tlie Country: transferred, to ymir credit.-I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your Ohédien't Servant and Well-wisher, . . " JOUN M. MCQUADE. "Auburn Cottage, Windsor, " October 10th, 1876. ' A letter was received from Mr. R. Coley who wrote ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

. j^í ^lH*^ #^ tho' follow lng*¿* . ' bcítíbet WW. £ à. d; à k a. Milch Cowa, »ach,.; 8 10. 0 to* 12 5 6 Calves 0 16 0 . 2 19 0 Lambs.... 0 9 t$ Of 15 6 Pigs (alive)......,... Ü n 6 4 .7, 0 fenckers.... 0 5 Ö 0 lè 0 Turkeys, per pair... 0 9 0 1 1 Ö Geese ^ " .... 0 % 0 0 10 0 Docks " .... 0 5 0 0 7 6 Powli .... 0 3$ Ö 5 è Butter (roll) »lb.. (Ml Ó 1 6 Lard......... 0 0 7 0 Ö S Eggs, per doz. 0 0 10 0 1 à Mawe, per bushel.. 0 2 9 Ö $ 0 Wheat ,ï ... 0 4 0 Ö 5 0 Oats ,. 0 3 0 0 4 0 Potatoes, per cwt... 0 3 0' 0 5 o Pumpkins, per doz. Q 2 0 0 4 6 Hay, Údteti, y ton 7 10 0 8 10 0 Lucerne ., 2 0 0 3 15 0 New Wheaten Hat 0 0 0 0 0 0 Straw f 4 10 0 5 10 0 Hides, each... 0 9 6 0 13 6 _.v.-- W . TV. T

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH, 1876. (Before Messrs. Dick, W. Lamrock, and McQuade J.P's.) BREAK OF IMPOUNDING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. s '.. vrtJE8DAV¿ OCTOBEH 21TH, 1876. (Before Messrs. Dick, W. Lamrock, and McQuade J.P's.) BBKáCH Oí1 lUrODlTD^O ACT, Joseph Greentree wa« proceeded against by George Greentree, for rescuing four bead 61 cattle," seizèd bj him for the purpose of being Impounded. Both parlies reside at otee. ë J£ench ordered the defendant to pay J " IjdVand costs of court, [me defendant was cKargéfl #fth scene langhage, at the same time Fined «jd. andi 5s. «3»d. Costó of có'urÉ. Susan Miller, wife , of , Edward Miller, pleaded guilty to lélonfcú'síy bearing pla'n'ts and flowers from the garden of Richard Coley. , Mr. Robert Dick saw the defendant enter, the garden, and et eal the said plants lend flowers. , Fined 5s. and 6s 6d. costs, or three days1 gaol.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

Coton Cala. HAWKESBURY AORICITI.TUKAL ASSOCIATION. ---The adjourned Annual Meeting of this Association took place on Saturday last, at ,the Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor. There was a rlarge attendance,- and Mr. L. H. Simpson was called to- the chair. Tho Treasurer's Balance Sheet having been read, and certified correct by the Auditoi's,- was adopted. This ' concluded the Business. WESLEYAN SONDA'1* Sctfooi*-The annual treát iii connection with the Wesleyan Sunday School at Windsor,- was given in Mr. B. Richards' paddock-. There' was a fait atten dance, and al though'the weather was intensely warru'/all those present appeared to enjoy themselves with the usual spurts incident to such occasions. HAWKESBURY BKNBVOLEJST ASYLUM. We visited this establishment the other day, and' was well pleased With the' continued 'order and cleanliness' which has been the ruling- feature since th« appointment of the present Superintendent.* Aü tlw new wing is now {illly completed, a better opportunity is given...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FINGERS. EACU finger, and the mount at the base of it, is named from a planet. In the normal hand the second finger is the longest the third the next longest, the first nearly as long as ihe third, and much longer than the fourth, or little inger.' . ,. Jupiter is the first finger. If .it be long and not ill-shapcn, and if the mount at its base ? be well developed, it indicates a noble and lofty character, and a religious-minded per \ so'". If disproportionately long it will mean 1 different things, according tp the type of hand in which it may be" found,' or according to the type of that particular finger. 1 In the first type,, an over-long first finger would denote an inclination to the fantastic or exaggerated in religious matters ; or it might, perhaps, mean' religion?* madness ', or, if either signs in the hand favoured this view, it could be taken to dénoté pride: In the second type of hand, the excessive development of Jupiter might mean ambition, or, if i...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

. : .,;... * II i y ? ? THKRK is evident signs^ of1 ah imprbyem,ea^ |j in tho markets, maize 'Hr ïborp eriqutfiM'ioî^p and the pricey realized .by the boats wer«\Tt j 2s 9d ; 2s ^|d and 2s lOd; lucerne (good)jV is selling iii Sydney at 3s to 3s 3d. The/ poultry market remains exceptionally goody \ and fowls are worth/from 4s 6d to. 5s, accordí%,j> ing to quality. Wc are advised- that" tb>';H; À ' «yloejr^^^^^^^^el^^ ftreignbajr ' hïrpr mia %á fort r# for it ièflMp'tl, ImMlbTe tö give «beat bnnaiee; ju^|l 6j|%. The Melbourne marted to^ÄwbÄ eiisier, Oranges aie 7 ii>U^$^^W»^^

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

Tjféá^^ the opmiont of nor OF MEMBERS. ';£(&fy;]Bi$iiir. of tie Australian.) j . p»¿ ? fy.- ¿" ...>.=,: .«:- ....»..* . , .. ,. ... ^iBj^Some few. years back tba Hon, Woa ,pure$e^"j andmore, n¡ceijtíy .still Mr.. Terry» sought io máke tho House see the necessity óf bating :t4o representatives of the people i paid ipr . their services. Both gentlemen said,' as, did those who were associated with ih^m,^hpßß m)io .supported, the principle of jpajd' ¿^t^be'rpí ' after year« of parliamentary, éxperiençe-~aftor. witnessing for years 4he impotency oí-tí»e greater bnlk of those sent to Parliament, ¿to assist in its deliberations the nrgest .necessity for adopting some mea sure that , would haye, the effect of attracting to the areuayof,. politics gifted minds. But unfortuna^Iy for, the best interests of the cpiouy,5 ^tbe sofforta of Messrs Forster and Ter ry, yr ere ..ineffectual. .« I am perfectly well aware of the «stock ob jections existing ju the minds of many in re gard to t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE DOOM OF THE DANCING MASTER THE LAST FIGURE. IN WHICH THIS MAD DANCE COMES TO A SUDDEN END; WITH THE DANCING-MASTER'S DEATH. STEEP 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. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

.:s.. v.trMv\i>\-Hr.mwii & .«Cf:? «V«ons.>'...!fl^fWí?^&#*ÄP.. rr». !-'! -.,î; î;:. - '' -¡lu '^i.-!'-;;.(.. *. j ' ' ' ' ; mm LAST FIGURE. WHICH THIS MAD DAKCB COMBS TO If, BUD i ' ' <iffi&ifà\v'ty&A TBS! DAKClNG-M'ASTEIl's r ""di)k¿TÍ0;;: .1 ?.*..'. «;.'". ».&TBr . L^^ot a^qundtel,; ' ? '? . ? h - '»H>-A!i^tfc-bed;ßbeiiö;.; . .;¿ Ilt^An Úr)bj!l Joariiè'y.. 1 " IV.-^Â. Bar|eVs;T¿k- ^.' . V.-tTwo; Young Ladies-Prattling. . STEP I. {Continued-, I don't know what you've said !' cried ¿he other, impatiently.' ' Sinter however, you refuse this-this disgraceful àlliaiïco, perhaps you call it-let me tell you that you may lire to regret doing ptí Î / Your chance of obtaining the property is by no means as sure as you èuppose. I told you long ago how I was, at the beginning of my career, mixed up with your father ; and how, acci dentally, I became acquainted with the cir cumstances -of your birth ;' and how your mother, a lady«; fe...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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DRESSED FOR THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

! PRESSED FOR THE BALL. \ THE London correspondent of the Ëristot. Times and Mirror. wffyep <; If yon' send out invitations r for a fancy dress ball, don't ask a lunatic ; at least ¿nat is tbe advice Lady -~ would ..give you. Her ball was a great Buecess, but it $as by the merest chance that there jwas not ari awful contretemps. The guests^ere..arriving j. in shoals-clowns, harlequinSj cou'rtiers^of all and every period, Hamlets, kings,, queens, Juliets, flower girls and red Indians, were all more or less, jOotling each other ia the crowd, ¿'wta&ftt^^^yi^f^m« ^»jKb| clothed fiftmt&ew^^ considerably muffled np, walked into the en trance hall. t.One^of'tbe ^man-semnts at once shq^edMhfm^tdVit^^ntlente^s room,, and pmçeéded to nssrafchim w toking off his igr^«oat,.4^ that-well, 'that.tné :njystéri6ns Visitor had very little clothing on ; I prefer to pat it in that wayk : > 4 Qood gracions, ¡SH* V said the astonished, footman,.;. ' bättofe-kplyOÄr'coat/sir;...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

ÀKRIVAÏÏ8 <)F iîVER CRAFT. Hard Times (EreringliniW)',- from ¿owéf Portland, with su » dries. Suffolk (Lect), frôra'Sackville liéfích, with sundries. Emma ihi'iUU (Étatfér), from ihe McDonald, with maize, poultry and sundries. Féírny (Bailey ), from the McDonald, with nWiteèj pOüífry éaè snndrit?g. Wild Irish Cíiri (Smith), from Webb's Creék, wiíh maize* poultry and sandries. Sir Andrew Agnew (Woodbury), from Wiseman's Ferry, with maize and sundries. Cecilia (Éúndiell), from Colo, with oranges'. Substitute (Jones), from Colo, with maize, hides and sundries. Eva (s) from Colo, with sundries. Maid of Erin (Morns-), from the McDonald, with maize, poultry and sundries." George (Morley), from' Ebenezer, with maize.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

ll. and 'J'^'MMAQ^/^ Bichmond àod /Windsor. ';!;î;' ,<>î *i fpHEj Scottish'Oit. sblffor mïman lise has . ? JL-cii prorad iteeît of" ^reát'VMiie in all cases ¿f^lamepess án^tfce horse, especially in pure bred anänalR, mäking a fconiplete and speedy ¿ara after. all other remedies had failed ; it "willis »not blister or damage à horse in any .áiéjraeid* V-'' 'it:'i!' "' i ^Âalîaarffè ínniM>efCnóf extraordinary cures ¿an be fd!Mti*ie#fied! b^fe n large circle of Lo^^-lMidrôeïjtferiièn^ who interest them- I i ian wmw.t ¡"¡>< -". > ^^pj^tn«i .provecnmíént; Veterinary Burgeon j^jil^tt^ CureiP.f^H»iraan Beings, ¡ íÜ^^yy&P, ljliie,apn¿«|ifioí, í¿outi Bad .Logs, j l^^lji^ ,Feet; ^n4feands,7Piles, «fee. ' SQg.iB mouths of« careful observations f jd^jbo^dniit that the public of Syd redjv.^aaiing agent;for the above, ^ijweases-rcommon to colonial life, IpJu^^rfébUy .sure ¿as never been ? V OIL . -Ù:i ââÙi^iâtôTy; '.à^sor'b'è'ti>; # into : the b>od,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 1876. (Before Mr. McQuade, J.P.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 1876. (Before Mr. McQuade, J.P.) HORSE STEALING. Sarah Hand was charged with stealing a horse the property of James Breen. Senior-constable Beatty said that he apprehended the defendant at her mother's residence at Currency Creek, on the 25th instant ; he was in company with constable Roberts, and the arrest took place between 4 and 5' o'clock in the morning, and by virtue of a warrant ; she was charged with stealing a mare, the property of James Breen; in answer to the charge she said she was not guilty. Constable Roberts corroborated the previous constables evidence. James Breen living in Windsor, but in the employ of Mrs. Lucy Upton, of Cornwallis, said that when leaving the farm, on the 17th instant, there were three horses and a foal in the paddock, at Cornwallis.. When he re turned to his farm, he found the slip rails down ; the mare and foal and the black mare were gone ; the mare was brought back to him by a young man and senior constable McNeilly. John...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. BUTTERWICK'S GAS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

MR. BUTTERWIOK'S GAS BÏLL DUKING one of the fèw~cpîd days tha<¿ we have had th'iB winter theoga* meter In. Mr., Butterwick'^ house was frozen. Mr. Bntter-\ wick attempted to thaw it by pouring hot. water over it ; but aftier spending an hour,, Upon the effort,, he emerged froni the contest; with thc nieter with bis feet and trousers, wet, his hair fbi! of dust and cobwebs; / and. his temper at fever lieat. After . studying,^ how he could getrid^of ice in the meteri'hè .concluded to usé force for the purpoai^^u^ 60, seizing a poker, he jatumed"^^^rany^ vent-hole and stirr^1t^u|fl j{j9MHP meter with a considéí^al^PQp^ni^^^^R^ He felt the ice ?gtv»v*%if?'..J^^ wheelo bnaa ronud with .rather mord ye)|M^v" . tence than usual; Tneñ* he went Sipstlirs;',"' He noticed for three or four days that "thc, ;în'tcri\al machinery of that meter seemed to, . be rattling around ,in a remarkable manner.. But he was pleased to kppw that it was work-. 1 frig again in spite of thc cold weather...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

Í ç ^.^HA^D-PIMES. A i ÍHowí&át'Uie Ô«y*ft:ao'freqUenUyheaTd:;-'" JSpyiiSjifcfttw» aflyoitjiviU hear the «ame word, Thfe woflcmg man tunis from his .labor $way- 1 The çler^ ftpd the niërqbant both dismally say, Just thfe same one,' aiid all, Hard. Times. ..1»»*.»i>|{'»;Sfo:l j In the country the settlers have all thc,same cry, ! SÄ&lf^ i 9*fielal)orer wiU «tart as he lieore hf ms side I The ploughm^4^§ijpyerJMfréiïïàg the tide, j \'" Exclaiming with sorrow, Hard Times. ' But why. is ibis heard in a ^and of euch wealth, Whose' gbl&is tobowiant, whose'climate 'is health, : What rightitp esclaim of Har4 iSmes. Perhaps 'tis exp<maesi prevent:8Îl saches», That food should'be cheaper and renl^thouH^e less To save us from having "Bard Times. . îieducp jour «jpenses. then;Mends one.ànd all, To perà^wtth^joi^^pote.InsiAt fiuj&uyAN'a call, "Arin nb .longer complain of Hard Times. YouUl'save in the outlay some fifty per cent., YouTJ. return toyoiir...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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STEP II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

STEP II. IMMEDIATELY after" the race,. Challice tele graphed the glorious result to his mother, Mid thé news, as may be easily imagined, Siled her with delight.' Éyen the trusty little lawyer felt half inclined, for tííe future, to give np all his prejudice agamsfhórse racing. "But Ido hope thé Captain won't'plunge any deeper,' he hastened to add. 1 This Af / : *b¿$í-wjr. bc the * '^It niust h'a^ sanguine person, who cöüld"suppose tliat Challice after this success would ôjuîélly subsideíñTiÓ private life. On the "contrary,' hé pas* backing Flash o' ¡ Lightning heavily^fbr all possible races to ' come. The busiúesá he had to transact just «Ow was so extensive he could <not possibly go | back to the Hall until after settling-day at Tattersall^. Challice, as has been hinted at .once or twice, was vèry unbusiuess-like him self j and, until he had engaged the services of Dr. Truman,alibis racing affairs had been conducted in a careless, slovenly style ; and, more than Once, he...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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HOW THE LADIES FISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

HOW THE I/ABIES FISH; THEBÈ'S generally abo'irt^ six of there in the bunch with light dresses' , ou, and they bajft, three poles, with as many hooks and lines among them. J., As soon as they get to the river they Jook, for,a good place to' get down on the, rafts, and the most venturesome one sticks ¡ her boot heels in the bank and makes two care ful steps down r then sTié suddenly finds her self ai the bottom with both' hands <iù the water,' arid a feeling that everybody in-this, wide world is looking at her, arid shè never tells anybody how she got there. The other girls, profiting by her example, tam around, and go down the bank on their hands and toes, backvvards. Then they «camper over the rafts until they find a shallow place, where they can see the fish, and shout : . Oh ! I see one.' ' Where ?' * There.* ' Oh my, so he is.' ' Let's catch' him.' ' Who's got them baits ?' . ' ,You lazy thing, you're sitting on my pole.' ' Show me the wretch that stole my worm.',.-. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

ODDFELLOWS'G ALA DAY, PRINCE OF/ WALES' BIRTHDAY, November Otb, IS7«, TO BE HELD ON THE Hawkesbury Racecourse, THE PROCEEDS TO BE DEVOTED towards Paying off the Debt upon the Oddfellows' Hall, Windsor, built on the site of the former Hall, which was* des troyed by the great fire at Windsor in December, 1874. PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. "ÍTtmclionp . Flat RacQ for all Oddfellows lover 30 years of acta. Distance, 100 yards ; prize, a Meerschaum Pipe. Entrance, la. Pig with a greasy tail. Prize, the pig to whoever succeeds in catching him by his tail. Entrance, ls. Handicap Flat Race, 100 yards, for all Youths 16 yeats old and under. Prize, 10s. Entrance, ls. Handicap Flat Race for all comers, 150 yards*. Prize, a Silver Watch; Entrance, ls. Walking Match, once round the Coarse, prize,-Entrance, 2s. Handicap Flat Race, 100 yards, for all ' Oddfellows over 40 years of age. Prize, £l. Entrance, 2s. ' Game Cock Hunt. Prize, the cock. All competitors to hare their hands tied behind : The cock to'...

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STEP III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

STEP JIT. I THE day following Charles Challice's death was a bright and beautiful one in the country, and there was plenty of exruse for: a certain travel-stained, ragged,- hrftched-fafeed fellow's sitting inicn in n ploncnufc, clio1tfir?d ST>ot, ift the end of alane leading into East Haggleford High Street, to rest himself and 6tnokc his pipe. He took his seat on an old fashioned ptile, which-goodness only knows why-had been left standing there amongst the houses most incongruously. The hatchefc-faced man looked around him curiously, and shook his head. ' How the place has changed !' he said. ' I should hardly hare known it. What's become of the old inn, where I vas robbed ? And let me see, there was a barber over there j-I forget his name, though-and a Mrs. ' L.egg, or Wegg, or Kegg, who had a provision 6tore. All gone ! How awfully sharp every one looks, too ! It's not the place it was ! It would take anyone all his time to pick np a living here now !' Apparently disgusted wit...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 28 October 1876

®l)c Australian. Magna' est vertías, et preval'ébit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 218T», ÎWC. . y .v ' -.vr~ ~ "v-r~.-i -Ç'-.y^ ^_ ÍT frequently navens- thwt we have to' go to foreign parts to learn either ä gottà ot bad1 of ourselves, or, ts to the cause of many things to us unaccountable. Taking up a file of the Hobart Town Meïcùnj', a para graph headed " A hint to llie Corporation," nas come before us. The paragraph says : " During the 6ret week of October, ac cording to the Health- Officer's report, there were no fewer than five cases of scarlet fever in- HoeUftl Town,, being one more than dur ing' ail the preceding month* of the year. Why was this ? According to D«\ Hall, in consequence of the neglect, in cleaning the gutters, «fcc. Wriliug of tile alarming in crease in October, hu says ' it should canso all possible vigilance to bc exercised to prevent the spread- of the disease, and the speedy re moval of all decaying' animal and vegetable matters With tfhiéh'tlîte city so abounds." Her...

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