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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.- '¡ THE usual meeting of the above, took place ; on Wednesday last. Present V-:Thc Mayor; and Aldermen Walker. Simon, Wood, Crew, Primrose, Dean, aud-Moses. " MINUTES. The minutes ol the last meeting were" read and confirmed. oonnEsrosDENCE. A letter was read from the Borough Coun cil of Albury, enclosing a draft petition, praying that Her Majesty, the Queen, will be pleased to re-appoiut Sir H. Robinson, as Governor of the colony, at thc expiration of bis term of office. f| Alderman Primrose agreed with the sub ject matter of the letter and petition, and ; spoke in high terms of Sir H. Robinson. Ho moved that those who felt inclined should sign the petition. There was no' seconder lo U¿e proposition. Alderman Moses moved -" That the letter be received and stand over until next meet ing." Alderman'primrose seconded the motion. Alderman Walker moved,-" As an amend ment, that thedelter be simply received. He* did not believe in toadyism." y Alderman Moses de...

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

®í)e Australian. Magna ost veritas, ct prevalebit. SATURDAY, MARCH 17ci£ 1877. Oüíi readers will recollect that oa Friday last the Premier announced that the Governor had granted a dissolution-if the House would grant supplies ; a minute to that effect was read, which further et at ed that his Excellency assumed that Mr. Robertson ad . vised a dissolution " under tho full belief that ho would bo able to obtain thc necessary sup plies for carrying on the public service during the period pending an appeal lo the cc un try, a point about v.'b.ieh in England there would not be the slightest doubt. If, however, it ¡should tn ni oui. that party spirit ran sohigh, and Mr. liobertsoinhould lu-ve o verrai ed his ability ia ibis particular, it must of course ba under stood that his Excellency shoulc be at liber , ty, in vic-w of the grave crisis that would then arise, to reconsider his present decision." The House then, after n stormy debute, ad journed until Tuesday. Upon the House meeting o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. Xoave Sydney. Arrive Sydney. FnT6th Api., . Wed., 28tU Mar., 187^. J:!'.#» -'Moy,- " " 25th Api., " » " 1st June, " " "23rd May, ,., " 2üth June, " ?Correspondence must be posted in Wind Kspr tho night before the steamer leaves ' Sydney.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Selected Poetry. THE SYDNEY CRICKET MATCH. VÆ VICTIS! (British Unicorn addressing British Lion, log.:) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

*\ ÎHE 8YDNÏBY CEICKET MATCH. :'^-.-;>^>;A*i;'""--* ?? fe, : V*.. - . (BpÛB]x Unicorn addressing British Lion» * * You bid muff/ you have always the glory, Aud 6it on the right of the Crown, "And there s not any truth in the story That you once beat me all round the town. * You are always bragging and boasting, And wagging your stupid old head, And it now ÍB your turn tor a roasting, And I'll do the talking instead. ' You boast that you planted the cricket Wherever the Englishman roves ; But now, my boy, look to your wicket When attacked by the . Sydney coves.' ' Seven bowlers, both right and left handed, With every break, curl, and pace, Tried their hardest, but somehow got stranded, And found themselves ont of the race. ' Your son6 who last autumn departed For the furthermost end of the world Left the shores of their country lighthearted, And the old British banner unfurled. fThe Royal arms will no longer restrain you' And I think the report must be true, That the Queen-I do...

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 — 17 March 1877

Ta ERB is uîo j^tivity iu tho markets this week, therjfishery little coming tb hand, and that îitiB/seewjs too much fov the con sumption., Bailey ßot 2s 8d for his old maize, byV:mc|sure; 2S lOd for fowl|, and Is Jd for eggs> Melons are a drug a^fiav^ :beeu sold at ls Od to ls 8J, Jones îslhërëj with a load of qld maize, much eaten¿?fbrV which he has a great difficulty in getting & purchaser. GR ASA M COULTER'S REPORT. Since my last week's report the Maize Market shows very little alteration, the arrivals have not increased, bnt purchasers have been very careful in operations, which doubtless is the cause of the Market being exceedingly quiet. The result of sales have been for prime samples 2s 8d to 2s 10d, and for inferior to medium 2s 5d to 2s 8d. Barley and Oats are inuch enquired for.. I sold one consignment of English Barley, at' 3s Gd and several lots of Cap» at 3s to 3s 3d ; Oats at 2s lOd to 3s ld. Flour and Wheat arc extremely dull, as most of the millers are ove...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

HONESTY IS THE BEST POLIcffi ONE day about throe weeks ago a strange* fi customer came to a^ratiot avenuegroceiv 1 He wanted eome goodft/ ifrd -lté . éaèfc J down. The next day* -he made another-^at^. chase and paid cash,, and tba days went í by bis face , and his cash beewtue famn\af.|j One day he returned with the change givWi him and 6aid : :M ' I believe Í am an' honest man, You paid Jj me twenty cents too much.' M The grocer received it and was pleased ! Two days after that the stranger returned; | from the curbstone to say : ? Another mistake on your part ; you over^ ? paid me by forty cents.' The grocer was glad to have found aw ? honest man, and puzzled to know bow h&, should have have counted so far out of the \ way. Three days more, and the stranger ¿ picked up a dollar bill in the store and f saidi 1 $ 'This is not my dollar. I found it on theil floor and yon must take charge of it.' 1 The grocer's heart melted, and he won-*! dered if the world was not progressing...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DISAPPOINTED WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

A DISAPPOINTED WIFE. ~ _____ -3$B i ?- . "|gi A DOWNCAST looking woman, about fort^j I years old, called at a lawyer's office on Gets jj wold street tbe other day, and asked the'^ attorney if ho would see to a little business for her. He replied that he could, and she ". explained : ' My husband went to the Black Hill over four moHths ago.' ^ * Yes I see. That is desertion, and go^dl grounds for a divorce,' he replied. 1 ' I don't want no divorce, sir. What Í want is for him to send me 6omc money/ 'And he won't V * Well, he hasn't sent any yet.* -^U ' And what can I do ? asked the ïaw-1 yer. ? " -I « Put a lawsuit on him, and scare him into»' ! it,' 6he answered. I He gloomily replied that the court hero' had no jurisdiction in such a eas J, s id that he?' could do nothing. jj ' WliVj if I was a lawyer I could put a suit on him in. an hour-I know 1 could 1' she* protested. He shook his head. J * Well, all right,' she said, as she rose tM go, * I thought lawyers had somo get up to* '...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIGHTEST JOCKEY ON RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

THE LIGHTEST JOCKEY ON RECORD. IN answer to a query, ' What was the weight of thc lightest jockey who ever «ode a race ?' the editor of the Field says :-rjjlbe lightest jockey we ever heard of was KTfchenèr, and, as the lowest weight at which hafever rode is a frequent subject of discussion, we will give the particulars somewhat fully. It is thought by many persons that Kitchener's lowest weight was when he won the Chester Gnp on Red Deer, in 1844. Such, however, is not tho jact. On that occasion his bodily weight was 2 stone 12Ibs. and the saddle, bridle, etc., weighing 1 siouc 21bs., made up the weight to 4 stone, at which the horse was handicapped. But Kitchener had ridden at Ascot under thc nick-name of 4 Tiny ' four years previously, and hiv bodily weight was then only 2 stone ll lbs., so that 1 stone ll'bs. dead weight waB required to brnig tim up to the 3 stone I2lbs. at which he rodé. Thé tace was the Wokingham Stakes, mn on Friday; june' 9,1840, and the horse" '^tó;;*3pá^n|...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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SHE WANTED TO REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

SHE WANTED TO REGISTER. YESTERDAY forenoon a determined looking woman accompanied bf a small-sized hus band, who had a retiring air, called at the first precinct in the Fifth Ward, and thc wife demanded to be registered, while the husband remained outside and whistled a lonesome tune. 4 In the name of twelve million down trodden women I demand to be registered,' said the woman. 4 in the name of the law I reply that I can't do it,' replied one of thc Board. ' You must !' " 1 ? . I can't.' \" 4 You shall V I ' I won't' / 4 Then, sir, twelve million dowji-trodden, and long waiting females of Amierioa shall hies your mpme jto' fcottijand îcoatèmpt ÏÔJH evermore !' , ' It iài^^p^^^bpâ, jnt I can't heipM it/ replied the member. 'm The wbmaji |fb^^^ favoured Him with # âoùble-jointed ;«co$|i and tben walked out. , Her .busband openodjl the door after ehe bad Closed it with a bangfl and in a voice of deep humility, remarked ; : I ' Ï didn't want to come along, but was|j forced to. Don't tbi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMILY QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

: j A FAMILY' QÜARREL. THBY had a quarrel Sunday evening. He got mad, and Bwore he'd leave her, Theij she got yexed, and told him he could do as he pleased. He left. Tho next night he came round again. . He asked to see her j alone. She readily complied. She was all of a tremor. Her heart went out to him in a gush of sympathetic love. She stood ready to throw both arms round his neck, and cry out her joy. There was rrot much colour in his face, and his voice was husky. He said : ' I have been with you six moni bs, Matil da, and I tried in all that time to do what was right.' He paused an instant to recover the voice which was faltering rapidly, while her trembling increased. ' I know that 1 have got considerable temper, and that I do ; not control it always as I ought. But 1 have tried to be faithful to you, tried to do everything that I thought would tend to make you happy. And feeling this I have called to-night to see ii you wouldn't be kind enough to give me a sort of testimonia...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

OoUm Calïu | WINDSOR POLIOS COURT.-The proceed. ! ings ut this Court, this week, are not ,worth ! publishing. They consisted of the punish ment of a few lushingtons, and the sending of " Ponto " to gaol for three months, for stealing a "pair of boots. ATTEMPTED SPICIDE.-On tho 8th instant, a man named John Peters, a Greek, and an inmate of the Hawkesbury Asylum, attempted suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. He severed the external jugular and some of the small arteries of the throat, und just missed the carotid-got at the root of the tongue, above the apple of tho throat. He was very excited and wild, and prcat difficulty was ex perienced in getting the razor away from him, Doctor Selkirk, who was quickly in atten dance, having to knock it out of his hand with a stick. He lies in a very precarious condition, and his food has to be given to him by the aid of a stomach pump. A GENUINE SOUUCK OF HEALTH. Thousands of invalids seek in vain, year after year, for some real source o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XII THE MIDNIGHT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

CHAPTER XII .THE MIDNIGHT OF DEATH. ÑIGKETTI had remained some time plunged in thought, when the returned footman rapped at the door, and being told to come in, he stated that Mr. Angelus Oliver was desirous of seeing Mr Nigretti. ' Let him come in,' he said. When the visitor entered the library, he still wore his bat. Nigretti did not even look at this slave to his own passions. * What is it V 11 have something to tell you.' The Chevalier was so preoccupied by his thoughts that he did not note the changed voice. As far as the smooth, angelic face could j look imperious, it had assumed that aspect. ' Why have you induced that unfortunate Eva to leave her husband's roof,? I have made inquiries about him, and he Spears to J be a man of violence and determination. If he were to meet you, it wouid be a bad day's work for you, Angelus.' ' He will never succeed. We leave Eng land, for ever, to-night. And you wonld not have the honour of seeing me, but that I am bound by a higher power tha...

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 — 17 March 1877

I I WAS amused the oilier ni,dit at tho Wind- \ S'U- Borough Council meeting. Alderman Dean in speaking of the letter and draft petition from the Borough Council of Albury, about retaining the services of the Governor, said that it entailed a deal of work upon the Council Clerk in forwarding this same peti tion for signature. Alccrmau Primrose at , once jumped up in his place, and deprecated j taxing the Council Clerk with forging signa tures to the petition. There was a great sensation created at this, and Alderman Dean j flatly deni d tho accusation, saying that he never accused the Council Clerk with forgery, and appealed to the Mayor to bear him out in his assertion. The Mayor replied that he did not hear Alderman Dean mention the I word forgery, or anything approaching it. Alderman Primrose contended that Alder- j man Dean did say the Council Clerk forged the signatures to the petition, whereupon Alderman Dean appeal, d to t!ic whole cf the I S Aldermen present to bear him out ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE WIDOW BLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

THE WIDOW BLUM. Ok, the poof widow Blum Was nigh deaf and dumb As she came out for sentence, She staightway did cry, And in her left eye Stood the tear of bitter repentance. ' Why dost thou weep Widow Blum V asked the court. . Have friends of thiue been laid away, in the valley V ' That's just why, 6ir !' she sobbed. . And as you remember all their good words and kind actions your heart pains and throbs/' 1 She does ! she does !' cried the widow. 1 Ah ! it is sad-sad-sad-but how about that little difficulty last night ? You know you were found in a dazed condition in a hail way, and you may remember of biting thc officer on the wrist as he gave you his arm for a walk.' Oh ! why did I take opium for my aching tooth !' she sobbed. 1 Dou't, Mrs. Blum-don't try to come ' that opium dodge over me. It was whisky you took, an 1 all the odour hasu't left yuü yet.' . . 1 Haven't I got a holler tooth ?' she de/ nianded, subduing her emotion «ih of a 6j$ den. * Just look in there, will you V }...

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 — 17 March 1877

pow and jFfcïrv" , i^NèÎMàÀTE to the Show Grounds, iiMWDÄANt) BOOTH, 0« PUBLICAN'Ö BÏJÔÏH, TWO CAKE STALLS. Wm. Gôsper kee reived instructions from the Commit tee ot^vthe Hawkesbury Agricultural Association to sell by Auction, on Sat urday, the 17tk instant, at thevFITZ ROY HOTEL, WINDBOB, at 2 (Tcloek p.m., T ll E A B O V E., Terms, Cash. "-~- '. '-' " ' ?" mt I T AT) IES* and Gentlemen's Best SewW |_J. Boots and Shoes, in the Latest Style, i STE. DYER, WindsárV ! .-1 " '-;-11 --"j Breding Court ana *Vatdi~ * bouse, flt feb ino »il. *¿ Department of Public Works, J Sydney, 6th March, 1877t : 1 TENDERS will be received at thirO^ce, until ll o'clock on TUßST>A^"the 27th instant, for ERECTION of áCOTJRT and WATCH-HOUSE, at RICHMOND, For full particulars ^Government Gaz§ltc$\ a filo of which is kept at eycry Polic^Dfiice ? ia the Colony. i&#¡****' ' A Department of Public Works, Syducy, 2nd March, 1877. Sitié of JLcasc, W isc man's Ferry. áTTENTION is directed to the notices...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

SATURDAY, MARCH 17TH, 1877. HORSES. HORSES. Wm. Gosper Will sell by Auction on Saturday, March 17th, 1877, at 2 o'clock, in HOLMES' SALE-YARDS, Windsor, SEVERAL VERY USEFUL HORSES, in good condition. Also, 5 SPRINGING HEIFERS, Several Articles of FURNITURE,' consist ing of. Chairs and Tables, and a variety of Tools and Boxes. Terms at Sale. W ADDELL'3 SPECIFIC FOR TOOTHACHE. -o .Confident that this application'-^vill prove invaluable to all who suffer from this com plaint. I have resolved to establish it in every pan of the Colony. . ne Specific .eau be obtained at this office ,, ßmige: ? Davies. WILL Bell by auction on thé Liawîù^ury Agricultural ' A^ofcíation*i^B|lí^í% grounds, on Wednesday, !S8jfö>$iavc&, 1877, at 12 ó'clock, noon, a large nani- ; ber of JJxliibilspis under :- " £ On àccount 6f ^Ir. E. Laughton,-tke blood "-stallion, .MIKADO, bay, 2 yrs, 4ms., l/red by Exhibitor, by Percy ~ Lilly, by Old Volunteer. On account of Mr. george' T^unstan,-tlte cart staHion/...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE [?]EVALIER [?]RETTI; OR, MIDNIGHT. A THRILLING NARRATIVE. CHAPTER XI. (Continued.) MIDNIGHT FOR EVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

CHAÏ?tCEK Xt. ÍGo>ntinvz¿.) ; MIDNIGHT FOB EVER; I* determination most be > ^erce iiiàè^â î Hui ïisien -to me. No steps V"%\\y^i^4ài^f: Dart, unless you force him Í into atogoniem. I wrote bini a letter* which ::^ui\c$^Üy&L lo bim by Godfrey himself, in ; which, I ^Lmltted that you were interested in bringing about Godfrey's death j giving the address of thc man from whom you bought ' JHje/borßls, ¿nd stating that,, when you pur cba^Ltac creature you well knew that be j baä already killed a rider.' .. i ,.' Bo tb o' laol is out of my power?' " > '* Completely. Will you allow me to offer you à counsel ? My life bas been passed in . /bringing about the ,most ambitious projects, Hand they have been déstroyed by a little £ humanlove... I know, now bow all-powerful ia nature. What is wealth ? What is luxury ? ¡ : They are nothing, Hegel. Believe me, I am ia far wiser man than you. Your late wife's executors will allow yon sufficient to live j ;. peaceably with your son, ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. [?]o the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

J Wc do noi identify w.vr/ro with the c>pnu»i>i. of our ^^^¡Tí Sj WW If it ti.] fc ike Ed-âor ot' thc A usi'ralian.') Liç evident IV<»;¡1 tho cor.i se affairs j fc¿n .politics. tl):.t the lim.» i- ru,i far ^Ä^the people will again he called ^Bj|C then- judgment in the sclcc ag»o níCSI^-lihat we^bavcThau' « fair oppor- i tunity of late to tes$ "the merits, of OVITÍ éapppeedtígr^sentativ^i^f.ce wöcau | íiaH'tíí» ÍBXCUBO if wélúa¥e a mÍBteke ia our| choice of m'en, to rèpresénf^V^iliTOrest'at the I next election. *» Spme^hdVo di&tmgunhed^ themselves by »doing nothing but abnse other | honourable members ;" whilst others have] satisfied themselves with saving yes or no toi whatever they were told f . one or two have been^rather Tellement inttbeir 'denauciátiou of the conduct of the Ministry, but they are not..the less- qualified foY' the duty ¿ of representatives of the people. We want men that are not afraid to. Bpeakyand 'that will attend to the wants and wish...

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Cricket. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

^Jfym, fl correspondent,) Tni3 ï$0éMl^^ôtwo'ôîi j^íé second eleven : iclubs of Sa^vüle ¡Ue^f^^ ^^wer Port land was played on Saturday last at Sackville Reach. A fine day, together with good -cricket, afforded quite" a ¿treat tb the many;! 'onlookers who assémbjèd to witness tho' match. Considerable interest was evinced in the game,'as it was generally". supposed, these rival ciaos would make a good/ exhibition of 'cricket,'and this supposition iii n^very marked degree was verified.- :' . Where all the youngsters actedvtheiriparts so well, it-is- almost superfluous io eulogise any particular party's doings; but I icannot ~~pass over without a word or two bf laudatory Commendation that of- the Sackville Reach j í trundler, Mr. F. Watkins. His play on v Saturday throughout was such, as at once "stamps him the promise of a first-class 'cricketer,. his bowling seemed to strike a ; /panic in this match, and his medium paced I ^ÎBçroWs had greater effect in the timber yards i;k>f his 'O...

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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 17 March 1877

M'CHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting of the Council of the above Borough was held on Wednesday evening, the 14th instant. Present :-Mayor and Aldermen Ducker, Kelly, Onus, sen., Price, Tomkinson, Everingham and Parker. MINUTES. Tiie minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. M AYOU's MIK UTE. Directing the attention of tho Council to the necessity that exists for transacting the followiug business. 1st. To receive and adopt report from the Finance Committee, of an Estimate in accordance with Sealion 164 of the Municipalities Act of 1M17. 2nd. To receive anjf^opt report from Fi ns ace Com* m i ii .*.?"»,, ^ecQ.u i tu c ad MI g payment of sundry accof^Ts referred from last meeting. 3rd. ToJve^eivo and adopt "report, from Works Cjj^mjitee, .respecting applicati-m for an ^íravayfce ol £-8 on account from W. Hansell, for <Svurk performed in M arch-street. 4 í ii. To open and consider applications for value ing ratable property for the current year, otb. For the re...

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