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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1846. SALE OF FURNITURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

THÜKSÜAY» tüNfc 4, 1849. I^WeíegieaWoWra^ pubüc attention vto thc Sale of Hie whole M the House* ^lioî^fî^irnituref StbcMn*Trade, &c, &e, of Mr. William Thompson, of the Mac "quarie wrns. Ion, t Macquarie Street, WinAor, which wi|J he heldfy Mr. W. *G. Bnrgis, on the Premises, at Twelve o'clock, on Saturday, the 6th Jurie inst. The Odd Fellows ¿f the Town and dis: ( trict are respectfully invited to attend I _* - -_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

CHART AND UEPQUT .. .. , sor Ü3h iÚÜCirtt^ J'TJ«T PUBL1SHEÔ, at the Office of , TH« ..AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL, in Koral 4tb, " »,Âe'çor.t pf the Kapedition i¿ Port Rssi^g'on,M {revised añ^cofrecteíl hy the learned Explorer,) toother with a large Map of that Section of Neifr Holland, com prising the rputet taken hy ur* Leichardt and his gaUauthaiid. This Map is a faith: fui éûîàrged copy of the Explorers original, which was kindly lent tp the undersigned to ensure correctness In oj der to make this section of the Map of Kew Holland more valiiable, the Soundings (from authen tic fin arts) through Torres' traits have been laid down with great care. < ¿. As only a limited number of copies cf this Chart, as well as t he Report,hare beau printed,all those desirous of securing co« pies should, as early as possible, send their * naines to the AUSTRALIAN Journal Office* STATHAM AND FORSTE lt. April 59. Gentlemen in the Hawkesbury. District desirous of possessing copies of the s ti of e...

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WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, JUNE 2. Before Messrs. Whittaker, Scarville and Fitzgerald, J. P's. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

TUESDAY, JuNE 0. Before Metwrg. Whittaker. Scarvilîê ahi Rfr^ftld. J. Ps. Charles Hart pleaded gfutlt\ 'to * charge of*'mugginess/* and was fined 6s. and lt. costs« . First offince yer honor« An ft Phillips was charged wit rfdisorderl cou duct. Constable Tiernan deposed th*f o» Saturday Dight last about 12 o'clock ha was öfl duty in Macquarie street in cómpany with Constable Campbell. They went to the prisoner's house and asked her if there was any one else there ; prisoner replied ' no* ; not being satisfied with this reply they went in and found a mau undressed in tied ; prisoner'was also undressed, and on being asked who rented the house» she answered that she had ; they Could only see one bad there. Witness was induced to examine the house on this occasion in eon« seq'uense of the complaints made by three respectable householders of the prisoner*! conduct ; the man they found lu bid was hé who recently swore in that court that he did not lire with the ^prisoner. Mr SatnKiel Call...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

ASIDES. THE undersigned are Purchasers oj HIDES. BETTS * PANTOÎÏ. June 4. '|Í0 BB LET, in the Town bf Wind« i * tor, a comfortable Dwelling* ! Honse, situate ¡ti George street, con I taining ten good-siied Rooms, detached Kitchen, stabling, out-houses, &c, com. filete, with . every convenience« and is adapted either for a private residence or a place of business, immediate pos session can be given; Rent moderate. Apply to A. Gr. PANTON ,Esq.j Windibr ) or to j. Betts, Esq, Sydney* Windsor* April 22 ffiO LEÍ*« with immédiate, possession, a 1 well established PÜBL1C HotjSfe distant about seven miles front Windsor, where à good trade is carried on, ., There is a Gardé s and a large quantity o Land attached. n I ...Por terms, apply to Mr BEbDrK, Solicitor, Windsor, (if by letter post-paid,) ! May 13 ffflÓ rje LEÍT or SÖLD, the «« Plough and # Harrow Inn" situated at McGrath's Hill' çn the Windsor Roadster particu lar« apply to Ù. SOMMERS. May Ü TERRACE. WÏNÛSOR. ÎWO COTTAÖfeS to...

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A SUMMARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

QO%i$3iyfnr. Brewster presented a liigj.gñnt|d:c.o¿bl«.|n.e^4oj^ovideboats j amt procure sa|5cÍB%t ;«r^s^tiiel was Teal ^bd received; The Colonia) ^ecratarv in answer to a ^question from Mr. Murray, stated that he j v was OQt w possession of any positive assn- j rance .iron*, the Home Government ihs|t * emigration th« nee to these shores would be renewed ; but he had some reason to 'hope thatauch wonld"speedily be the case, bh Kellen ey having recommended that ;£75 OOO per annum should be devoted to the purpose, Which wouM carry on imini* ' gration to one-third the extent recommend«» ed by the committee..... x k Mr. Cowper presented a petition front ; Î50 Licensed Victuallers in Syd ney »praying j -the passing of the Bill now .before the ! Council for regulating the sale of spirituous < and fermented liquors, which was read and ; received , Mr. Windeyer gave notice that I on Tuesday next, he should move for leave ;io bring ip a Bill to amend the law resr peering defamator...

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THE CAT'S-MEAT MAN'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

f HS cXt S.MËAT SIAN'S WlPB. And bow did you get on after you were married? Qb ! m nen th«* sanies most people do* 1 believe ; that ts, 1 found courting one thing and marriage another ; and I tell you what it is» master, courtiug is (ike Smoothing down a cat's back, all nice enough while she keens her claws in j 4but marriage is lik«* roughening the catV back the wrongly, ahâ then she pnisner** claws out, and that makes ¡quite a different business of it as l soon found out. Haw was that ? Did your husband beat you'* " Of course he did 5 but that was nothing ; it is Mat evey wife mast expect now and then i but that wasn't the worst; twas soon ob liged to tafee the bari pw and go a crying cat's me t ell day . and that was more thae respectable yoting/woman, delicately bi ought upas 1 was, could bear And who was your father ? asked Í He was in the service of the great Mr -i-, Í forget his name, who always contracted for all the dust in our parish. 1 see, «¿id I ; but tafe ing pf dust, ...

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CAUDLE AT MUSWELL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

'CÄUÖLE AT MUSWELL BROOK:. ,f Ó Caudle. Caudíe, you may fá» íúi grunt, and toss and tumble, but ^don'r pity you a bit ; if a man of yo *öge# with a lar<re family, will make .beast of himself be ought to suffi tWh'Jtfs that you say, yow Ve nota beat but I say you are ; and if you could b see your yellow chops andgreavy eye and marted hair, you would be ashame of the cut of your gib, yes you would dear, how the room must be going roun and round, and how cruel sick you wi be soon ; you are ready to puke, yo are ; you will soon want the basin; (hit cups) ; there you are at last. O Caudh Caudle, after so many years of blissfi wedlock, and "me such a meek, tendel uncomplaining, dutiful, snug, comfort able little wife for you, and the mothe of your rosebuds ; O Caudle, what mad . you give the I a wyef- man Windeyer, whi talk« himself like a hurdy-gurdy b poliy-^a*rot, and will not allow oilier lbj* te¿ tors ol the la w before them, so-f^a dinner You didn't give him h dinner-yes....

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HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 June 1846

^tfÓXÍEBüSH RiCE?. fc We ¿brreípbndeht Who furnished til* lat! week w ii h the particulars of thc 1st and 2nd dáys* Haces at Homebush was 'miitaken in saving that old Dunn was the Arider of «. lorroekV f Mr, Jolfn Big. ferse h was the rider of the cid Horse on otb occasions on which he ran on the 1st and 3rd day's.nnd his sUcccss reflects much credit on Mr. tliggerson. We pre afraTd^r*^^^ would not knowà goose from a gánder,*' ïiatitîg wcltiàlîy described the beaten horse Pelf el as a mare, when, in facti lie ts a .* gelding." The#oo!e should have en quired the dirTerencê between the sexos of the animal creation, if his own optics were hot clear enough td rriake the dis: tovèty '} On thè Uifâ ify the Homebush course aas crôwdéd with aH the beauty fcndfa&hion of thé etty bf Sydney and thejsurfounuing country tH¡fc Excelle» y and Lady Gipps, the Honorable the Colonial Secretary and his Lady, &c, having honored it with their presence. The first race on this day was for ...

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A SUMMARY OF THE PROCEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

OF THE LÉGISLATIVE COHN (it., <3T*CS OÜH LAST PUBLICATION^ ' Mr. Grant postpone*! his mot'on #i*h tespect to the aionopolv of coat h?l$jby the Australian A«rrîcuÎTùral rompájiy Hill Friday, the iâtli inst, (to* norrat) The C tonia! Secretary laid upon The table a return reîa'ive td thé assessment f>n stock beyond the boundaries of loca* lion. Mr. Wentworth presented a petition "adopted; Jby tl|e Hebre * Con zregit&z, in vestry assembled, praying" tlui as* pittance might be rf n Jereel to them out of the genet j I revenue of the colony, for the parpóse of liquidating »he debt in curred in the erection of their Syna-* "footie, and fot the maintenance of t&eir Minister, The petition w*« in elTéc^phè fame as liad been presented by hinton the Vivions session, with the <.e urti pife* "that the aid at r$r>sent sought Was a$|ed 'for out of the gelierai re vén we oTthéjh>»' ^^^^e^P^en^ce ^^l)Í^ wonsh i pw Mt, Wiíideyerseconded fife motion. The q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

LLE BY THE UNDERS10NË#> MARTELLE BRANÖYÄ*1 \ Jamaica Rumyland2 «r Ditto « Froöf i\ tjintu cases and half caaeè. - V f THOMAS OTDÖR^ä^ii Smith's Building's, , , George stceet, f ^ Windsor/ ?C June 10«______! THE Undersigned is S Et, L î N Ù OFF the remainder of his STOCK at very reduced prices. THOMAS M'DONËLL, ; Smith's Buildings, George. Stree tf Windser« JunelO. BATHURST CÏÎEES8, ^ ; HE Undersigned has a\prime LOT for Sale. THOMAS MJDONËLL, Smith's Buildingsk .George,Stréat » . Windsors Jnne lb. HORSES AND ¡DRAY. HE Undersigned has for Sale, one 'Dray, three Horses, and Harness. THOMAS M'DONËLL, Smith's Bunding*, ^ George Street*, %ihdsót June lb. Notice. THE undermentioned «uppliès helÊg 5 voient Society andthe fíoépital, ñt windsor, during six Months, commending 1st duty next ; Persons Willing to Yutnlsh the samé are requested 'to forward Tedders addressed to the Secretary, at the Hospital, on or be fore Friday/the 26th instaUt, at 2 o'clo^ ?^TP %g *," jtri T ' «- ? : ' .* . ...

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HER MAJESTY'S SPEECH ON OPENING PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

MRÇT, vJ**t^*'TO gre et »ttisfacUd»lgmÏD 1 Ineet^ffttia ^«.rliameot, »nd to hara tl opportunity fcf rettirriogtb your assistant isrçdadvîce. ' ,-w ?,.. ... ïcontiau^ from otÜat Foreign rowers, the strenget "assurance of their desire to cajete tb most friendly relations with this coontrjr. . I rejoice that, in concert with the Ktri *peror of Russia, and through the success < ' our jôînt mediation,! have been enabled t adjust*the differences which had long pre "?ailed between the Ottoman Porte and th King bf Persia, that had seriously étfdaù geréd the tranquillity of the East. For séverál years a desolating and san gain a ry warfare ii:is afflicted the States o "the IHo de ta Wátá. Th*» com mero* of al fiatione* has been interrupted, and act* ¡u ^irbarity cbïnm$t<$ri'unknown to tjbjft prac *tice ¿f civilizad people. Ia cottjirrictioi with the King of the French t Hn>tendea "touring to effect the pacification 01 thesi States. The convention concluded with Frann...

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MARRIAGE CEREMONIES IN BRITTANY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

MARRIAGE CEREMONIES IN i BRITTANY. ív the neighbourhood of Quimper, the mar> :8ri»ge ceremonies are singular or somewhat burlesque. The village tailor bears a most prominent part on these occasions; He appears in Brittany to resemble the barber of the obi French comedy' Monsieur Ton> sbn ) fVéfyieiitly deformed in person and gowing no doubt to his sedentary occupa: tion) he isa gossip» a go between, a poet ; the favorite of the women-whose repast lie shareSv Itt Brittany fbe females of a family dine after and apart from their male rt lations ; indeed nowhere is the inferiority1 of woman more srrongly ««pressed and dwelt "upou, and oowhere ls her subjection greater than alp on g the'Breton peasantry. Before marriage the tender furoie;»*^ may be iisedin speaking to the bride ; after the: wadding day this endearment ceases to give way toa moreTe'AnYved and,despotic form of address, as if marriage we're to*, seri trs to retain any of the charms or frivo: litles of love, and the wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

KOTICE. SÍr Roberl Johnston ÜQWZiTüil, NOTARY PUBLIC, COMMISSIONER OF THE SUPHEMfc .CW BT. HAS Removed !t;s Office from George street to Stewart's New Build inga, N oi td street, tiear theCfeUrt« florae, Windsor, I5th April, 1846. Edited, Printed, and PnWtriied hy QP A* * tAGAE^Gcor^e #twt, WittUser* . .

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COMM[?]TAL FOR MURDER. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

COMMITAL FOR MURDER.   (From the Maitland Mercury ) CORONER'S INQUEST.-Yesterday an inquest, adjourned from the previous day, was held in the Waterloo Inn,   ' W«sl Maitland, by J. S. Parker, Esq., 1 ; tachinar »ho death of Bridget ^J^^ßf the wife af Jkmes Johns'oîv tining, keep» a* a am ill shop forth« tariff tin ware** nearly opposite tb« Wati|ho. I: appeared from the «vi* denei that on Tuesday evenin? I ts% Johtq|o<i. the husband of the deceased, irritated by jealottsy, furiously attacked her itt the presence of a man wvmed K^n^tnd his wife, an4 another mm niütíCO'Keef?, kicking her in the sto* mach until she was nn ible to stand, bm fore ojíese parties *ould. rescue her.-**; Th^y^ le^f :h pacified Jijm, i'ill^df*". ceas|i t* bcd.siuÜ lei*, The o**ttf*?» in the afterno- w. J jhns on proceeded to th§ shop of Mr« LipSiomb, and said h* wantha! some gentle openi'tg medicine fer m wife, as he hat given lier salts» andjtoy would «ot regain on hsr st...

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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

? ^ w m RAILWAYS. ! Wc are glad to leàm that it is iii con templation by some of our most influential "gentlemen to convene a Public Meeting in a few days, in WinâsoY, fór the purpose of takingltitb consideration the Utility aud necessity of establishing a Railroad front Richmond to. Windsor, Parramatta and tpcbriëy, in conj unction with the "Great . outhern and Western line. In England, the Railways on all the great lines pay handsomely ; on some of the bye cir branch .lines a deficiency in the receipts sometimes H)ccur for'a seasou. but tins is Often owing to their not being sufficiently matured or, in other words, that the farmers and others àre not prepared immediately to give them their undivided support by the transit of their produce to rnarket.and con veyance of ïhemseî vés and families by this speedy means, to their dînèrent places ot destination, their horses, waggons, 'drays-, "tarts, &c, havingvfirst to be advantageously disposed of, áfter whlchmany lôcaï preju c...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 June 1846

regtet thatiri opportumjy hgg lol been eaffier^r^ell nfc «t agata^Jlp ing to a -#ïé^âpaivîiieh speared *tn " Bell's Life'in Sydney»" a fe«^eeks ago, in which onr unpretendfng bebdö vmadàr hâs beeni attacked-its interests ; assailed, and the Electors of the Hawkes bury district-more particularly "thosè 'resident In Windsdr^groSsly libelled by air insignificant hireling, whose -occu pation-like that^f Othello's «. isrreafly " g^nf»," at least foi this district. When Bell's Life** tnade its *first and second appearance on our colonial stage, we were the first to welcome it on ca¿li occasion, and the warmth ^which then äuimated tis ha^^nót 'been cooled, but we'regrèt that theHfeeN ingon the part of bur contemporary has 11 not been reciprocal, otherwise he Would " not allow1the scribbling of an Irresponsi ble Correspondent rto dbtain insertion in its columns, calculated as that scribbler evidently hopes and believes, *. to put ^doWn*¡ Ahe " Hawkesbury Courier !" We very much fear that if...

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A SUMMARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (SINCE OUR LAST PUBLICATION.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

À cUMltäARY OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (SINGS OÜU Ï.AST PUBLICATION.) pa Thursday the Jury Laws continuation bil! was read a tnird time and passed. The Lunatics Act amendment bili haring been read a second time, the council went into committee for the consideration thereof. ^ The chairman reported the ÍBilí whíeh ivas ordered to be engrossed and read a third time on tfèe next day ^Friday.) Mr., Wentworth's amendment on Mr Lowe í resolutions relativo to the appro; priation of all rates, taxes,&c, being vested lu the council by the Constitutional Act of the íerritory, Was to the effect-" That leave should be given to bring in a Bill to repeal so mucfi of all local ordinances now inexistence as assumes to vest the appro: priation of the ordinary revenue elsewhere than in the Legislative Council." THis amendment was put and carried, and Mr. Lowe's ** string*' of resolutions withdrawn. On Friday the Speaker announced to the council, that his Excellency had been...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 16. Before Robert Fitzgerald, and J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

WINÖäÖR POLICE REPORT. I TUESDAY, JUNE IB. Before Robert Fitzgerald, and X L Scar WiUiafflvRicfh^ being tùshy on, Saturday eVebíbg 1 ást, most stout/ ly denied the charge I hut unfortiiuately for the, poor Innocent William, th« evi dence of no. fe wer.lhku, "thréë constables 'couuteracted the effect of lite tender appeal tb thë sympathies of the Bench, which only could be incited dh the production and payment of five ru Btib" which ao% being forth"cprnininp, the uufortuuate wight was ordered to <quodfor % hoars Margaret Sui 1 ivan wa* also charged with exhibiting the öfTöbts of her 'prepossession in favor of strong idrint, to which their Worships fcaVe so great ail aversion* Tho evidence bf, " Molly the Maid," the porn 'plainadt in the case, however, cha» ged the aspect of tjie charge to 'that, of street brawling, when it was dismissed. ^Morgan Carroll appeared to a ns war an information jfilefl against him under the Licensed,Victualler's Atf, lat neglecting to keep a iei...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [From the Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

SVDNEY NEWS¿ J^F r ó m i A fe "Australia «.] His Excellency the Governor has been pleased, by á proclamation dated thé 13tb insfènt. to proragtie the Legislative Coun cil from fchàt dày to the &kh Adgúst next. The honorable the Colonial Secretary addressed the following circular tb the Crown Land Commissioners of thé Terrltor ry on the 3rd April last, relairvë to the withdrawal of the Border Pólice in the event of the Crown Lands Occupation act not being renewed: SIR,-1 ara directed by his Excellency the Governor to draw Vour attention to th« fact, that the Crown -Laad* Act, Sod Me* day of June next, ¿nd consequently tin the duties which are tólgüíd h *óit* iba firit of thete Ac^ ind toé tis^íb powerswhich yoü póssefB hndsr^.éiU&mf Ou that day .unless Ihe Act ba lÄ the tóeai time renewed, v ,. With reference to éy Circular df tteWi December last, I afb also to remind yoi that by the Appropriation Act palseu* in th last Session of the Legislative Council._ Victoria No...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

Jamaica Rum, i and 2 Ditto « Proof Gin lu cases, and half cases. , THOMAS M J3ÖNELL, Smith's Building's, George stceet, ? i, Windsor, June 10' Tfî E Undersigned is SELLING O F F the remainder of hiè ? T OCR at very reduced prices. THOMAS M'DONELL, Smith's Buildings, George Street. Windsor. JunelO. BATHÍJRSt CHEESE, fMlHE Undersigned has a prime LOT A for Sale. THOMAS WÖONEhU Smith's Buildings» George Street Windsor jone 10. _ HORSES AND ti RAÍ?. THE Undersigned has for Sale, one Dray, three Horses, arid Harness. THOMAS M'tiONELL* Smith's Building's, George Street; ., t.. Windsor. June 10. Notice. T" HE undermentioned supplies being required for the Hawkesbury Bene Soient Society and thé ÛVèpitat;vt Windsor, during «it Months, commencing 1st July nett ; Persons willing to furnish the same are requested io forward Tenders addressed to tue Secretary, at the Hospital, on br be fore Ç^uay, the SÍGth instant, at % o clock, p\ M¿;--VÍZ.:-^ Flour-.(fiae) at per'100 pounds Flour-^HU per 100 ...

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