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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

NOTIG E ?i BANK HOLIDAYS. IN accordance with the " Bank Holidays' Act," the Windsor Banks will be closed from FRIDAY 30th MARCH TO MONDAY 2ND APRIL, (both exclusive). And in consequence of the Hawkesbury Agricultural Show being held on TUES- i DAY 27TH MARCH, the Banks will be | closed at 12 o'clock. v. By order of the MANAGERS: vVantcd. \T7ANTED A GENERAL SERVANT ALL persons are hereby cautioned not to trespass or DRIVE, or REMOVE STOCK from off the WILBERFORCE COMMON, without first communicating with one or more of the Trustees. And further, all persons are CAUTIONED NOT TO REMOVE TIMBER or bark from off the said Common; without first obtaining per mission from the Tiustees. Any persons so offending will be prosecuted according io law. Apply to, . MISS DAWSON, Windsor. NOTICE-CAUTION. S. J. DUNSTAN. Senior Trustee:

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. THE VOICE OF HUMANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

i- = ] Original $octr,gt ! THE VOICE OP HUMANITY. j See the mighty nations arming, . Beady to un6heath the sword ) Despots with each other quarrelling, I ,., Whilst a mighty voice is heard, * Bursting forth with indignation, j At the blood-stained deeds of inen Deeds which intakes one pause to mention, ¡ Either with the tongue or pen. See thc nations all inviting, ¡ Justice for the wronged to gain} Humanity is heard exclaiming, Retribution for thc slain. Those who sought in vain for pity, TÏié mother with her infant child; Whose tear6 were shed in vain for mercy, Daughters ruthlessly defiled. These die deeds which rouged the nation I Deeds which make the blood run cold ; Acts of brutal mutilation, . . Massacre of young and old. » ; infant writhing in their torture, . Suspended on the blóód-6tained steel'} While its-poor distracted mother For it makes her last appea*. Heedless bf ber tears, the monster Makes his fiendish work complete", And lays the infant, husband, mother, , Lifcleè...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FESTIVAL AT ROUSE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

FESTIVAL AT EÖUSE HILL: THURSDAY last was a red letter day iû this ?pretty little villagey the occation being thc Ànnuât Festival gi Ve h to the 6chooî children, Under the supervision bf Mr, W.Barnard. The weather was propitious aud helped to display the flags bf old England, ^ were hoisted in profusion o?er the entrance gates of the establishment About ii a.m. visitors com menced tó arrive ftóiü ParratnáttájÍ Windsor, and the stirrouhding district, in time tb* wit ness the'children 'duly and amply provided for; it wás,a ^.goodly fete, a luncheon was also prepared for the Visitors, who enjoyed themselves ad lib. At 2 p.m. the children were called together, and they really presented a happy, respectable, and cheerful appearance, and might be justly termed from their bright and happy facet, " Lillies of the Valley" they were presented with à great variety bf prizes, ïrord the history of. Jack the Giant Killer, down to Emerson's Essays ; a special jrtize was awardpd to yoong master Sum...

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 — 24 March 1877

^^^Ê Cricket. ^^^?hiET match, was flayed on Saturday 1 ^^^HMween the second eleven of the Wind-j ^^Bltzroy C C., and the first eleven of the ^Hndsor Alfred V.C., resulting in an easy Hcjtbry fur,, th'è fórUier, by 1 run, and 9 ^Epiire^^o/EpaTeT-.The batting of Mr. Ltns W$^0e Alfreds; and of Messis. P. Mol |lpy^n'd -Ñ.-'-HáM^of :ÎJbe Fbizroys, was very jjgjoodL ifí1.. If auden's, of the Fitzroy*, deserves %reat credit for his bowling \ the fielding %as ittdiifot^t^1*d%. -Mr* j:fl--_ Ward, of the Alfreds, made a very good catclù A very pleasant evening v? as .passed-, and the wea ther was all that cónlá be desired.. We nope to see à -l>iej.tóf--cojItfeBTtcd match i\xe keit time these clubs meet. % WtsnsoR ALFREDS,-First Innings. J. Pender, run put....................V. 5 B. "Lahe, c P. Molloy, b Uatgar... . . 8 sVG. Turton, b Haggar................... 0 J. Threlkeld b. 3. Molloy,............ 1 ,W. tinsley, b J. Molloy............... 10 T. Holland, b Saggar ......... 6 lt. Báldwin, ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROTESTANT CHURCH OF HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

THE PROTESTANT CHURCH OF HUNGARY. A TIECK of good fortune has recently be fallen thc Protestant Evangelical Church in Hungary. A Baron of the country Anthony Baldacsi-a member of the Roman Catholic Church, has informed the Pro testant deputies that it is his intention to endow their Church with a large part of his fortune-so large, indeed, that it is expected / to produce from eight to ten thousand pound» Jg yearly. His object in 6o doing he announces is to " save the decreasing church stipends ; to help the poorer congregations, and. especially to support those congregations which are burdened with building operations to reward in a more handsome manner the , ' superintendents ;' to benefit in some mea sure the ministers with small salaries ; and lastly, to relieve the wretched fate of ther I widows and orphans of ministers.'' The deputies accepted the noble-hearted Baron's endowment with gratitude, and proceeded to make the necessary arrangements for its dis posal, the Baron being...

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 preealebit. SATURDAY, MARCH 24TH 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

®í)c Australian, Magna est veritas, et pteealebit. SATURDAY, MARCH 24TH 1877. - ? -- - «w AFTER hawking the billets about all over the j House, Mr. Parkes has succeeded in forming a Ministry, . and such a Ministry-" ye gods 1" composed of such a heterogeneous assortment that it is as good as a caricature in l*d}ich : two political rats, one of whom is a Squatter " vat,' who only deserted the Robert son ship of state a few hours before it suuk ; then W6 have that consisteut office-seeker Mr. G. A. Lloyd, who would take office with anyone ; after him comes Mr. Driver, who has been entrapped, much agaiust his will, and has, we believe, been too honourable in sticking to those who trapped him, for tb ey have pitched him about like a shuttle cock, first as Miuister for Justice, then into Mines, and lastly, into the Lands Department, he being considered the only one fitted for that office after the squatter " rat" Suttor was removed by the decided voice of even the most docile of Mr. Park...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IT DIDN'T SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

IT DIDN'T SUIT. < . ¿M I Two or tliree weeks ago a Detroit bojÉ^^^J finishing the last chapter of a boo^M^^^ " The Pleasures of the Deep," pleaded his father to let him ship aboard & |Q^H schooner. he old man smiled a smile, . the case under consideration, and in a days the boy was on the rolling deep, hati^H shipped as a greenhorn on a vessel inv^H lumber trade. He sailed to Saginaw, down and crossed to Toledo, and next da* appeared in Detroit lame and stiff, his thraaj sore, one eye nearly shut, and a feeling on humbleness running all through him. 'What, backagain?' ctied the old man,', as the boy entered the house. * Yes, father ; I want to saw all the wood* for winter, bring in all the coal, clean out ' the cellar, and paint the barn ; and you need: not give me any more than two meals ÄVI day.' * Don't you like sailing ?' . ' Father, you don't bugin to realise any-- : .bing about it. The captain sailed right' along on Sunday, the same as any other day,' and I ...

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 — 24 March 1877

Count Cam. PENMANSHIP.-We hare been shown an ïÏÏuniinated address, a copy of which was presented in January last, to the Rev. C. P. Garvey, by thc Ruri-de canal Chapter, of Richmond, on the occasion of his leaving the 4i&trict, anj retirement from the office of «pr W,' ^«src T^w.'^r^i' "J Eira4! Dean, The address ie toe work of j Mr. Hutton, of the Bank of Üew South ; Wales, Windsor, whose productions have ' upon several occasions, been mach admired. It is beautifully executed, the words em bodied in it are in old English text, sur rounded by a richly ornamented border, very artistically designed and coloured. The ad dress may be seen at Mr. Boston's, George street, Windsor.. THE COMINO ELECTIONS.-The Nomination for the Hawkesbury takes place on the 4th April, and the Polling on the 7th. The Nomination for Windsor takes place on the 3rd, and the Polling on the 5th April. HAWKESBURY AGBIOOLTURAL SHOW.-This Show takes place on Friday next. There are a greater number of exhibit...

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 — 24 March 1877

Tittle-Tattle. j MY attention has been directed to a wanton outrage committed by some vagabonds on j the Park, at Windsor. Some time ago a number of seats were given by various towns people to be placed on the Park, so that persons visiting there could have a resting place. Within the past few days one of thèse seats has been ruthlessly destroyed, being completely torn to pieces. What the mis creants could see ia this piece of mischief is beyond my comprehension, and the outrage could only hare been perpetrated out of sheer wantonness. A good taste of the " cat-o'-nine tails" would be a wholesome punishment for such conduct. I did think that the punish ment meted out to the " larrikins" who mis behaved themselves on New Year's Eve, would have acted as a tervorem to such like evil doer?, but it appears that no example is sufficient to deter thc youth of this district from acts which are a disgrace to civilization. I hope the fellows will bc discovered and I brought to justice. I spea...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH. A WOMAN weighing a hont 190 pounds got j down from a farmer's wagon on Woodward ? avenue the other day and walked up stairs and into a dentist's shop without looking right or left. ' Tooth-pull-how much ?' she asked. ' Fifty cents, madam,' replied the den tist. ' Git out the tools,' she said removing her bonnet and shawl. While he was selecting them 6he climbed into a chair,, opened her mouth, and as he stood ready she said : ' This one-no fooling-no hollering-go ahead.' He had that tooth out in half a minute, and as she descended from the ehair she 6pat out of the window to clear her month, clapped on her things, held ont the cash, and observed : ' Fine day-good-bye-glad !'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

[EST SAfcE IN AÜSTKAilÁ. £«ÍÍÍÉ " SHUTTLE BhieAN LOC5K STITCH fand Most ÉàsU^fcrkedjE^âj^êw ug Machine ia $S> Mwi*^ f r li)VX EEGARjD TO BEldE. fl. MOSS 8*. CO SOLE AGENTS SYDNEY H. S.W. BIRMAN & BIRMINGHAM M¡TAT!ONí ... '^'lEfij^^tíM-'^p^.' ; ^jlo^rópí of their superiority other Machines, 'W.GtfÀRANTEB THEM ?0B FIVH TEARS. Wfith the Machine is íu'rnij}>¡sá-Hemmer, Braider, (»utile Bobbins, Oilcan, Oil; Sqrew-driver, Five ïcedîés, G/ij*gf, Table-clamp, and Directions fot fcc. All «ëcurely packed, in strong case's, without f«xtra charge. . , ? . It wiíl JJeni, Pell, Bind, Cord, ^raíd: Sé&ro. Ttick ÈBuffle, Hetíistitch. Gather, and gather and Sew on at jafche some tfme, ami wiiï work equally well bu**feüJc, i'iïiinèn, Woollen, and Cotton Goode, wilhfeilk, linen pfc Cotton thread, ' 1 1 îtAâD MACHINÉ, Reduced rtó ¿i N.B. This is also adapted for uss on Table; and Treadle which vre will supply at any! time, ,of Elegant American manufacture itör £2. iïfo. f Ko 2 MAC...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1877. (Before Messrs. Becke and Lamrock, J.P's.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1877. (Before Messrs. Becke and Lamrock, J.P's.) ASSAULT. Margaret Cuneen was charged that she did on the Windsor Road, on the 14th March, instant, assault and beat one Mary Wilson. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Neilson for complainant. Mr. Walker for defendant. Mary Wilson said that a man named Farrell called her down from her house ; she went down to his place, and saw Miss   Cuneen there, with a stick in her hand ; she asked him what he wanted ; he said he wanted to know what yarns were going about ; she then told him what Miss Cuneen had said to her, and she thereupon called complainant a liar ; she kept calling her names, and then complainant hit her. Case dismissed. There was a cross case, in which Mary Wilson was charged with assaulting Mar- garet Cuneen. After hearing a deal of evi- dence, the Magistrates fined Mrs. Wilson 20s and costs, in default 7 days' gaol.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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HAWKESBURY ELECTION. To the Electors of the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 March 1877

HAWKSBURY tLECTIOH. ; 0¿isTfciiMÉ¿,---I tó you thai I f^^Ai^^Jfúf-jl^& jrojfögee at thé approaching;'è1èctîqùv\>.'-',,,¿^''' I seek tb ^'^ai''ybjä'^m iâ'é! ipenpùal motives, but from an earnest'desire to do all in my power to advance the interests of. the district in which, we reside, and the colony generally. . . . , ; I have been living ambngsV you for the past six years, ánd during that tilde you, have had ample opportunity tb judge of my qualifications. I think thé tináe has arrived that this im portant district should be represented by a local man, and One whb will attend to its wants. , I will give my reasons for contesting the election niore. fully, when addressing you at my advertised meetings.. . I find that I shall not be able tb visit the out-lying places in the district, owing to the ! action taken by those manipulating the elec tion ; it being fixed , that thé. Nominnàtion takes place on the 4th; and Polling Day on ; the 7th; thus allowing 7 days tó visit 13 ...

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 — 24 March 1877

T ADIES' and GeutTfemenT Best Sewn"* I j Boots and Shoes, in the Latest Style. S, E. DYER, Windsor. r " " . -, '. "'" ; " : "*.*. _- . «rectinsr t^urt and Watcli honsef Itichniohd, Department of Public Worts, Sydneyi 6th March, 1877. rr»ENDERS will bê receiredtat this Office, 1 until ll o'clock on TUESDAY, the Ö7th instant, for ERECTION of a COURT ; and WATCH-UOUSÉ, at RICHMOND. - For full particulars 6ee Government Gazette, a filo of which is kept at every Police Office in thc Colony. Department of Public Works, Sydiiey, 2nd March, 1877. Sal© of Lease, Wiseman's Ferry. ATTENTION is directed to the notices appearing in the Government Gazette, offering for sale by Public Auction, at noon, on Saturc'ay, the 24th day of March, inst., tlie LEASE of TOLLS aud DUES, to be taken at Wisemán's Ferry, for twenty months, commencing from 1st. day of May next, at the Court House, Windsor JOHN LACKEY. SE. DYER, Windsor. - Boots and] « Shoes of every description made to ¡ order. I EXHIBITION STOCK...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Marhets. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

TiiEiiK Joes not seem to be MIK II activity ii. tbe maize market this week, and wc not ico that it has been sold at Windsor Win.rf at 2s od for old, by measure. Poultry is a shade better. Melons are a drug, and thc farmers had better keep them to feed their pigs, as they only bring their froh;hi. Mr. George Davies reports having soil fowls af 3s 4d lo 2- 6d ; maize (no\v),\N (>i |,0 -2s 'd ; eggs, ls 2d to ls ld ; duck«, Ss .']?! ; hid-s. 3]-d pumpkins, 2s 3d ; and butter, at Is (id. YV~e give below tho state of thc Sidney mar kets. GRAHAM COULTER'S REVOLT. During the past week the M;*.>.o [;:?::;.!<..! has been very quiet. There have only been a few a rri va's, and t!io¿e of very ¡ii il J im portance. There is an ac! ive Ù'mann for prinic old Maize, and prkes have iieo-.i . ; i v t . i, as high as 2s 1 OJ. For ono or t^o ¡of..-; of primo new, tho same price h-:.r, boen okninc-k There is a large quantity of inferior ip.al.iks in the market, which aro vu y dui! ai, p...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

ÀfcBlVAiiÔ OF RIFER CRAFT, ^^^^ohÄBjip Herbert (Woodbury), írom tW^^^^3^0h -witk «tëldns, maize, pottl «nd. 4uternved&te ports, ^itk 9 passengers, ,and maize, poultry, melons, fruit, eggs, and sundries. The Mosquito Fleet also arrived with ihéîr usual contributions of produce to the Windsor market.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, MARCH 31ST, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

®I)e Australian. Magna cst veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, MARCH 8 1ST, 1877. 1 " THE modesty of Mr. Piddington only equals íiií» assurance. After mis-representing Iiis electorate for eighteen years, and obstructing the public business for a very long period, he asks his constituents to afford him indulgence and consideration, because he says time will not allow of his meeting them to explain his past conduct, and inform them what ho in tends to do in the future. He says, " Where time and opportunity offers 1 shall be happy to address thc electors." For modest assurance commend us to Mr. Piddington. The fact is, he has so little to offer by way of extenuation for his past neglect of his duties as a Représentative of the district, that he fears to meet his constituents, and he staves off the difficulty by pleading want of time. It is want of inclination, not want of time. Surely the Electors are not going to suffer this wanton insult, which is adding to injury. Not only does Mr. Pi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Town Calk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

&Qim\ ©alii. PAR LI AM ENTRY ELECTIONS.-TilO llOll. Henry Parkes and the hon. \V. C. Windeyer liave been returned, unopposed. MK. GABRIEL.-We learn hy Telegram that this gentleman AV i 11 pay his usual monthly visit to this district on Monday next, and although it is a holiday he forgoes it in order to keep his appointment as advertised. Now is the time for any alderman with bad teeth, which interferes with his pronunciation, to remedy that ev'l. A DETERMINED JOCKEY.-At the late race meeting on Thursday last (says the Pastoral Times), whilst running in the hurdle race, Mr. A. M'Cormack's horse Try Again fell at the second hurdle, breaking the jockey's right leg just above thc ancle. Tbc jockey whose name is William Swailcs, notwithstand ing his hurt, remounted, and won the race. He was then taken into the steward's room in a fainting condition, restoratives were applied' and as soon as thc nature of his in juries was ascertained, the broken limb was dressed by Dr. Noyes. Sub...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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NON-COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

NON-COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS. 1 C. S. Guest, Richmond. Carriage harness (double]. Honourable Mention. Geo* Braddock, Windsor. Joinery "Work. Hom Mention. ; ? A SKULL TREPHINED WITH A PICKA: cannot be mended, but the head-splittife headaches provoked by a disordered stomach can be permanently cured by soothing the great sympathetic nerve which connects the1 gastric organ with the brain. Materia Medica affords no corrective of disturbances and weakness in the abdominal region, no eradicant of any of the causes productive of brain and nerve excitement, more reliable than UDOLPHO WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM AROMATIC* SCHNAPPS.-[ADVT.] TUE FINEST CORDIAL IN THE WORLD.-? When all the clap-trap tonic nostrums af modern quackery have gone to the limbo ot tilings despised, the famous "Dew of the' Alps," that for five hundred years has helo& thc rank of a standard restorative in Switzer land, will be accepted in every civilized country as an article which human skill cannot improve either in flavour...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 31 March 1877

m I inoyfecjm tV©;«oum$;<flerk tra ró- " v- Fiaaace^ffíttntítice. BEEQBÎÇg, ^Tfce chairman pf 1&V,Works Committee, Jrohght up a report, anti recommended £10 1o be expended iu forming footpaths, and clearing water-courseslinfront of tho Park, from George-street to Moscs-street. That a further f.um of £5 be granted, for George-street, east. That £5 * he granted to make a boulder gutter in Bridge street. That £5 be expended in repairs to street \ opposite Burke's buildings. \ That section 133 of the Municipalities Act, respecting Bathurst burrs on private property be enforced. Alderman Crew brojag^Tup a report from the Finance Co^Witi^jeccommcnding the |5|pSy15líiI)í-"of sundry accounts to the amount |^|,£57 3s 9d. A report was also brought t; as to the probable receipts, and expendi ture for the current year. This report ;f showed that the probable income would be £581 6s 4d, and the expenditure £574. MOTIONS. Alderman Primrose moved,-" That the first clause of thc ...

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