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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 February 1877

NEW POST OFFICES.-Post Offices were established at the following placés On the 1st instant :-Putty, between Colo and Howe's Valley : Rive'rstonè (Railway Station). ECCLESIASTICAL. - In the Avstralivh Churchman of Saturday last, thc following appointments are announced : The Rev. W. Woolls, P.jj.D., Rural Dean of the Deanery of Richmond, vice Rev. C. P. Garnsey ; Rev. H. H..Britten, Incumbent of St. Paul's, Castle Hill, with Dooral, to be Incumbent of St. Ann's Ride, with Pennant Hills ; and Rev; J. T. Schleicher to be Inrumbcut of St. Paul's Castle Hill, with Doora'. TIME.-If the people of Richmond possess a good development of tune, they are very deficient, as phrenologists say, in the organ of time-this leads to many practical diffi culties. Some people are always late for dinner; soine come to Church when the ser vice is far advanced ; and others are sound asleep, when their neighbours are just boiling their kettles. The cocke, too, which in the early days of the colony, used to ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Intelligence. London, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

Sätest ihttcUi&ciur* Loudon, February 25. THE terms of a peace treaty "liave been arranged between Servia and Turkey. Thc rumours that the crossing of thc Truth by the Rnssiau forces was imminent have been denied at St. Petersburg«. The future movements of Russia depend upon the replies of the other Powers to the Russian circular respecting the results of the Stamboul Conference. London, February 2G. The basis of peace between Turkey and Hervía is thc n/n'xs quo auk' billum, and the evacuation of Servia hythe Tinks in twelve days. Ko formal treaty has yet been drawn up. Milan, Priuee ol' .'.'.cr via, receives a new firman, Montenegro is si ii i treat i. ig for ncaa'. At & meering of the I'u-wan CuvBcil the Czar presiding, and General JgiiRik-fl! being present, iv. was stated that; it had boen decided to dentó}:»)is", the army when Servia ai.d Montenegro had :<i\rtacd a treaty of peace. London. February 27. \ Neither the Russian Government nor Count Shonvai...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

SATURDAY, MARCH 10TH, 1877. O. R. Bedwell Co. Have received instructions from the Execu tor in the estate of the late Mr. THOMAS BAILEV, of Clarendon, to sell by Auc tion on the PREMISED, on Saturday, March 10, 1877, at 2 o'clock, p.m., Colts, and Fillies. 20 HEAD of CATTLE, consisting of, Milch Cows, Heifers, and Steers. 15 HEAD of first-class SHEEP. Some PIGS. 13 Acres of GROWING CORN. 1 'Stack of WHEATEN BUNDLES: 1 Stack of OATEN BUNDLES. 1 Stack of CAPE BAR LE Y. Drays, Harness, and Farming Imple ments, consisting of, Ploughs, Harrows, and Roller; alsOj^KWater-truck. STEAMER TELEGRAPH. OWING to delays, the BEGULAB TRIPS of this Steamer will not J>e resumed, until Tuesday, 20th March, , 1877. To prevent mistakes vre beg to contradict ! THE LYING SCOUNDRELS, who, re port that the Steamer is NOT going to CONTINUE running on the Hawkesbury.! SCOTT BROS. Owners. j '~~ CAUTION. ~\ ALL persons are cautioneô^hot to TRES PASS JD MY . LAND, situate at ' Howe's Creek, Kurrajong, fand kn...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

|§ÏÏefendant with maliciously, destroying one F peach tree valued at 10 s., by suffering his I horses and cattle'to trespass upon the com plainant's orchard. : " Mr. Neilson objected to the information * being wrongly laid, the case not coming un jäevthe malicious injuries to property oct. S^p- The Bench sustained the objection.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LANGSHAN FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

THE LANGSHÁN FOtfrL. THE American Agriculturist contains a description of a variety of Asiastic fowls known as the Langshan btïjed. They arc natives of the extreme northern part of China. They are entirely different from the Black Cochin, and their native homé is 1000 miles distant from Cocben-Cbiua, /rom whence the latter birds are brought.' ' $îrë Langshan fowls are extremely, hardy, sVÉaiuch èo that a brood of young chicks hatjÍHlffci .January (in England;, exported to all tn^^^vere win ter weather, Kurvived its inclemencies without the loss of a single bird. They are erect in carriage, have larger combs and more feathered tails than Black Cochcn, and are more active, hardy, and vigorous. A cockerel of this breed, seven months old, will weigh, if fattened, lOlbs to 12¡b¿, and a pullet of the ! same a.;e 8lbs to Dibs. The flesh is well flavoured and tender, and thickly laid upon tire breast. .The skin is clear, white, and transparent, and the bone very light and fine. The legs are...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

I ? Xrlcteef. À MATCH, between Iba Hornsby and Un daunted Cricket Clubs came oil' on Saturday last, resulting in a easy victory for tho latter. Mr. 0. Osborn played a fine innings for the Hornsbys, and Mr. T. M'Guire did likewise for the Undaunted. HORN SHY. First Innings. Sécotrd Innings. T.Foster, b M'Guire 9 Curt,is, b S. Mason ... 4 W. Duffy, c S. Mason 10 K. Osborn,b S. Mason C. Duffy, muout. 0 J, Foster, run out. 0 Curtis, b S. Mason.... ]0 E. Osborn, c M'Guire ti I). Osborn, st. M'Guire 12 Ö. Osborn, sen. c Shearing. 0 i,3Hason, b M'Guire. Ï & Duffy, not out..r 0 . Osborn, c Hessian 0 undiies. ll A . _ Total. 6» Graud Total.115 UNDAUNTED. T. Foster, c Shearing 2 C. Duffy, c D. Curtis 2 AV. Duffy, b J. Mason 8 0. Osborn, b S.Maf'ou « Osborn, sen.c'M'Guirc 7 J. Mason, c J. Mason 0 J. Foster, b' M'Guire 4 P. Duffy, lbw. 0 H. Osborn, not. 0 fcuudries. 12 Total. C6 First Innings. ., ß. Mason, c T. Foster 0 tSheaving, run «ut.... l I^I'Guire, c li. Osborn » fpá. Mason, jim....

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHE HAD A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

PETEE Br^DY, who lias been married ^ojujf" two weeks, nae-loft his-wife. Bundy Utile mm, and his wife weighs two hundred, pxâ forty pounds, and was ihe relict of the late Seth Potts, About ten4ays after mari riage hs was surprised, on* wakening' in the morning; J» find bis bettei? half sitting inp in the bod, crying BB if lier heart %ouid break« Astonished,f he asked tjié casse iöf Jier Bor row, but, receiving no replyj he began to surmise that there must be some secret on her mind which she withheld from him, and which was the cause of her anguish, so he remarked to Mrs. B. that as they were mar ried she ought to tell him the cause of her grief, so that, if possible, he might lessen it. After considerable "coaxing, he elicited the following from her : " Last night I dreamed I was single, and as I walked through a well-lighted street I came to a shop where a sign in front adver* tised husbands for sale. Thinking it curious,' I entered, and ranged along the wall on either side were m...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUAKER AND THE PARSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

THE QUAKER AND THE PARSON. A QrjAKEE having married for his wife a member of the Church of England, was asked, after the ceremony ipr his fee, which he said was a crown. The Quaker, astonished at the demand, said if he could be shown any text in Scripture which proved the fee was a crown, he would give it, upon which the clergyman directly turned to the twelfth chapter of Proverbs, verse fourth, where it is said, " A virtuous woman is a croton to her' husband." "Thou art right,'* replied the Quaker, " in thy assertion ; Solomon was a wise man. Here is thy money, which thou hast well and truly earned."

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE CHEVALIER NI[?]RETTI; OR MIDNIGHT A THRILLING NARRATIVE. CHAPTER IX. (Continued.) MIDNIGHT IN THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

II ïMïT ï G H|T ;^ \, A THRILLING NARRATIVE * " "-, ? , . "_j f CHÀPTER IX. (C(mtinwè$ MÏDpaBT IN THE IIAYMAßKET. , The cab was moved on, and again stopped1 before a showy, entrañes, flaring with gas, '. admission to pass which was obtained by the payment of a shilling or two. As Godfrey passed in, surrounded by several over, dressed, coarse, and insolently familiar- women, he saw a little girl, her features almost angelic when compared with the others he observed about him selling violets;'' , . . * ( He took a bunch of the flowers, and gave miserable, fore-doomed cbilJ*i%,bit of silver. The next moment the flowers w'järe* whisked out of his hand, with a coarse expres sion that disgusted him. * These are the commoners,' whispered. Sir Hegel ; ' the peeresses are upstairs.' They moved to a corner of a saloon where there was 6ome strange dancing going for ward, and ascended among the painted peer esses. An hour afterwards Sir Hegel touched God frey on the arm. He turned to see thc Ba...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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AN UNLUCKY KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

AN UNLUCKY KISS. ' Now.' said thc old maa as he drove in the last nail, ' if they want to swing on the gate let them do it ; it's strong enough to hold 'em now. ¡md moonlight's cheaper th;m coal-oil, anyhow.' , ' ííi:<L:'.nd, you're a brute to Salk in tb al way,' said his better half". ' What's the matter now, old woman V ' You know that Matilda doesn't swing-on the gate at night with her young bean. Oh, that I thonld ever have Iive-.l to hear her father say BO.' ' Now, look here old woman, don't you condemn Matilda for that. . 'Not condemn Matilda for swinging, on tjie gate with a young man in the night ! Why. voa vulgar cid wretch !' ' You'd better not.' ' Belter nut ! And elie my own fchild j too.1 ' You're getting excited, my dear.' ' Yim'iV an old fool, and a bruie io talk \y mc ii> you do. IV> you know that I never ever» wheo hlrfather àoeislander teri** ' "51 »idida'aoit.' v 'J> * : 'Botany 14iduV 'AiadI say you did, did, did und so you did.1? - '« 'YouM b...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XI. MIDNIGHT FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

s- CHAPTER Xl". MIDNIGHT FOU EVER. ABOUT dask on the day wîieu Godfrey es caped from the destructive snares'laid for him by Sir Hegel, the latter degenerate'niau reached his home, apparently in no very good humour with his business done at Hemel Hempstead. Upon entering, he said to his man, ' Whero is Mr Aukslay V . . ' $ ' He has not returned, sir, since he left th« house this morning.' "-. .. 'Oh! Where is Mr.'Nigvctti ?' 'lu the library, I dare say. sir; but have not seen him since thc morning.' Often Nigretti would trike up his post ia ... the library after breakfast^, ai-á never leave it until it was time to dress 'for dinner. He never ate lunch. , * -r Sir Hegel s trode savagely to the'library, without going to his dressing-room, and thus he came face to face with the Italian, who was very pale, and stooping over a largo folio in black letter. ' You are there, are you?' .' Yes, Hegel-I am. here.' ' That boy has beeu away all day.' 'All dayl' ' What time did he leave the house ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

\We do not identify ourselves witk thepptnipns of ottr I ¿dr respondents.] . . SCIENTIFIC PROBLEM. " (To the Editor of ike Australian.) Sin,-In your issue of Saturday last, I ob served a paragraph beaded as above, and as it calculated to mislead, I hereby offer a few remarks, by way of putting tho matter in a more reliable form. It was true I had a cow die, but did not fall down a bank and break her neck, as you described, she got her bead between the fork of a peach tree and thereby hung herself. When Ï found the cow in this position, "she had not been dead roany minutes, and was not so concerned about " getting the animal out," as you described, for in my opinion the cooler and more com posed you are, in casö6 of " determined sui cide " the better. , Then again, you ask the -query, was the cow diseased, and what caused the death of about fifty eels, which I am made to say I saw round the carcase, dead. . The cow in question, was in splendid condition, and, I believe, at the time o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

ASSOCIATION. SECOND ANNUAL SHOW AND EA IE. Day'«f «Pentax-SBnr* 1873 ".NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS. Ó CHEDÜLE OF PRIZES, or Forms of Ö CERTIFICATES OF ENTRY, may be obtained on application ta tbe honorary Secretary, at the "AUSTRALIAN" Office, Windsor. «9* ALL CERTIFICATES must be re. turned filled up in every particular as far as possible, to the honorary Secretary, on or before the 11th day of March, 1877, after which no entrances will be received. MONEY PRIZES, MEDALS, or CERTIFICATES OF MERIT, will be awarded in all the 1st classes, except where otherwise stated. Special Woftice. MARCH 11TH-ENTKIES CLOSE. MARCH 27m-EXHIBITION OPENS. MARCH 28TH-SALE OF LIVE STOCK, &c, comencing at Twelve noon. GEO. DAVIES, Hon. Secretary HAWKESBURY AGRICÜLTUMf ASSOCIATION, SECOND ANNUAL SHOW OPENS AT TWELVE O'CLOCK ON MARCH 27th, 1877. Charges for Admission. GENERAL PUBLIC. Foot Passengers. ls each Children under 12 years. Cd " Saddle Horses. ls (id " Vehicles, all classes. 2s Cd " Persons ridin...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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STEAMING A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

??$$$¡¿i f--tok|>j#:7Îïî^^î^^^^#tï^rtjie poof- - been fafthf«Hy;.ad»îinister«d 4ô the sufferer, yet be experienced an» relief, He bad .been <îi*aft( flj cider and |je :- íU¡aU)u)y \vnts iéii^çr %s a boy's firstiïbiU His ? bilbie peel bad been beard far and near. He had blown thc filling ont of a dozen cambric baudkerehiefe, sneezed till he broke bis false teeth, bit bis tongue,' and made as much foss wbfiii he coughed as, a dog choked with gr«ss. And now his wife resolved to give him a rum sweat. So she went up into the attic and brought down a great lumbering chair with a big hole in the bottom. Getting it into position, she took a plate and set it under the chair. She then brought in a comfortable, then led in the victim, who seated himself in the chair without a murmur. Then she asked him if- he had anything to say why she should not proceed with the operation. Ho answered no, said he was innocent, shook hands with her, and told her to do her duly, then with a look ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE ORIGIN OF ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

THE ORIGIN OF ODDFELLOWSHIP. ODDFELLovk'snii' undoubtedly existed in tbe days of Titus ; and it is now recorded that during the reign of that Emperor the natue, of " Oddlellow" first became known, being applied to a legion of the Roman anny com posed of Jewish captives, who obtained the title from the fidelity with which they served their masters. The benefits of citizenship were conferred upon them with the name; and in a'l probability, periodical meetings. were held, for the piirpose^of keeping ujr in/ the expatriated brotherhood the tradiüjöns of I their nation und religion. Societies thus originating seemed to have. becajHe common among Roman soldiery, a¡nL¿ttíPs and pass words were used, by ^vhicjjBÍ^ureth ren were able to recognise each-other by day or night. When the Roman general Agricola came to Britain, in the year 9S, his soldiers had a society of Oddfellows among them, and they opened a lodge of Oddfellows at Mona, in Anglesea, Wales, in the year 100 ; and the various le...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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A CONSIDERATE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

A CONSIDERATE MAN. STOWED away ia many holes, and corners of i the wide world are waifs and strays of humanity whose histories, could they be re corded "would, no. doubt, afford abundant - material for the novelist and even for the histoiian. Occasionally accident reveals tho - existence of some of these forgotten members , of society,. For a brief moment they are > dragged j|pbm obscurity, the curtain is lifted I from ti^i'sorrows, only to be dripped again ¡ perhaps for ever, and they relapse into a solitude perhaps all the more depressing ow ing to 'its having been thus rudely disturbed. This occurred the other day in Louisiana, in the United States, where a huntiug party was organised to scour the swamps in the neighbourhood of Carrolltun, in Bearch of several convicts who have recently escaped from the Louisiana Penitentiary, and are supposed to be hiding somewhere in that wild district. Tho huuters toiled long with out success, but at last they started one man. who was entir...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. A MEETING of the Council was held on Wed nesday eveuing,^he 7th instant. Present:-' The Mayor and Aldermen Ducker, Kelly, .Tomkinson, Everingbam,. and Onus, sen. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. . . , - A minute from thc Mayor was submitted, drawing the attention of the Council to the necessity that exists tor directing the Finance Committee to prepare and submit an Esti mate in accordance with Section 164 of the Municipalities Act of 1867. Also for invit ing applications from competent persons as valuers for the current year. . f In accordance with the Mayor's minute, Alderman Ducker proposed, and Alderman Tomkinson seconded,-"That the Finance Committee be instructed to prepare and sub , mit 'to this Council an. Estimate bf the Í probable amount which will be required for the now current year, &c, &c." Carried. Proposed hy Alderman Ducker, seconded by Alderman Kelly,-- " That applications be invited from competent person...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER X. MIDNIGHT PASSING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 March 1877

* Your nephew, Hegel, dois "IÄ^ appear ip, caw for ordinary ^ond^i^ptglxt Ufo% iw$; he is wise. Ono payf$$p^' much for iw> HttV ' - The Baronet iookejiimgrily from one mäu to the other/and jretwed behind his morning .paper. . . ; " ', ... Suddenly hejooked up and said * Godfrey ï am riding^^émel Hampstead to-day ; :-wiU yo^i^mpany-mo ?'. .." j ' I amsengaged¿ Sir Hegel. I visit my sister to-day, and wo.are bound for à 'picture ! gallery, or something of thát kind.-' « Then there fe aú eûd of the matter/ said tho Baronet. . .' * '.' ? At eleven that morning Sir Hegel Àukslay mounted his horse, bringing that quadruped a swingeing blow on the side of the head, such as certainly he had not deserved. Half an hour afterwards the two young ladies, Miss Diana - Helter and Miss Lucida'' Aukslay, arrived ou horseback at the house their grooms being with them. . Godfrey joined the young ladies, and his .horse was brought round from thc stable. The little cavalcade was about starting, when t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER XIII. MIDNIGHT PASSED AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

CHAPTER Xiii. MIDNIGHT PASSED AWAV. ON the morning following thc night whcii those events happened which are recorded in the last chapter-when the pleasant, peaceful first meal of the day was ready in Hilary Dart's house, there was one letter for God frey fay the side of his breakfast plate. Mr. Dart was already in the room, and had opened his paper, though he had not commencqctfp read it. 11 ' A lettèafôotn Mc. Aukslay,' said Godfrey looking towards his uncle. Mr. Dart, who at times was a man of tho greatest decision of character, at once pointed to the cheerful fire. . There, Godfrey ! Nothing that this man may say can dp yon good ; and, if v what is within there might do him harm, you would scorn to bring his own hand against him. Have nothing more to do with him, or those associated with him. The fire, my boy, tho fire!' Godfrey carried the unopened letter to .tho" ... ^ fire, threw it in, and came away. He never learnt that the man who jbjaa " - saved Iiis life took away tho cx...

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FROM COLORADO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

FROM COLORADO. SATURDAY afternoon, whilst considerable1' anxiety was felt by politicians to hear later" * returns from Colorado, a young man, having an open newspaper in bis hand, boarded a Cass avenue car. 4 Anything fresh from Colorado V in quired a fat man, from the front ead of the car. \, 4 Yes, sir. A mule fell over a precipice, ^ and killed himself,' replied the smart yn>--«g man. < Did, eh ? Well, that's HaaVt v I better go on ahead and.-***T* tue sad newB " to yonr family 7' VJatítly asked the fat man. The chsi'tor ended there. In going to parties pray mind what you're at, Take care of your head and look after your hat, L-ast you find that a favourite son of yonr^ mother, Has an ache in thc one and a brick in thc othert

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