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LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SACKVILLE REACH L.O.L. No. 180. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

.LOCAL AND GENERAL: THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SACK , VILLE REACH L.O.L.i No. 180. ' c . ... '**TKf' Äjrii' PuBïiff M*KtfrSí/,1n vtmnectlon j ; with the above, was held on the Church of j England Grounds, on the 20th ultimo. The weather was beautifully fine, and a large number was present. The scenery was very picturesque, and the neat stone Church, which topped the hill, added to the beaut). The tea was opened on well arranged tables; under a long bower, gaily decorated ; which, with the bright regalia of the Order in the sun, lent a brilliancy to the whole affair. I The spread was very good-thanks to I Brothers Leet, Bennett, Mills, and others, j Grace was said by the Rev. W. Moore ; and then commenced the enjoyment of the good things. After tea, the Public Meeting commenced -Bro. W.T. Poole, Esq., M.P., D.G.M , occupied the chair, and was supported by the Revs. Moore and Kenny, Brothers J. B. Johnston, D.G.M., Mills, D.D G.M., Ben net, and G. T. Collins. The Chairman delivered an abl...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

SPARKS ,. Ol¡-!.',iii ? fna^cáttZ,J.. .vY^^.^gisl Independent" Truth-teller (with à' big T) says, in reference to the Battalion parade at the Historic Borough, thc other S aturda v, "hut an onlooker could not but he «[ruck with the efficiency displayed by the Parra matta company UK compared with the Windsor men. In marvhing iiarticulnrly the: "first untiled ci»m(i;rri v putting the other completely j in the shade," All riglr, old Buffer. I jfthaíl tike a note or wo when I see your painted warriors up this v Hy. But. the above yarn don't cx.ictly tally With Colonel Christie's remarks a sh it time ago-not quite !' j Tlie Liwyers il» rot like Mr. Aft iney Geiieral Wis lom's innovations re Agents v. Lawyers. 'Twas jill very well for attorneys to take lin' pi..ci' ol ii.irnsters, but win-it lay men wen; inirii i.,c."l, Phil. McGrrroll's quondam p,«'t. Mid Cupido Mafleavo rimitho sionn-wai-e 1 ibo House. 1 What -.villi Sii John, McElhonej , and Garrett, th.' " dfcviU- iwn" has had ni roug...

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THE [?]bury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 188[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

- - - -7 Ï5K ~"~ i, i... i i. iwmv*< -'-¿i THE i^t^^fllâSteTB»^ wtáii î| the Art XWtóryi<*^^ surprised nor«luxikea;ú|; W^iÄtMly expecting that the í^hatarian towty w<j|hi have male a better stand than they d^:We are wicked enough¡to b&evethat the people of the colony may congratulate themselves' that there are, at least, forty-seven members of the popular Chamber who are honest enough to declare their'belief that this inovation will be attended with no serious' results to the morals of the people. Of the twenty and odd members who did noî vote, we may ©ondude thatthey were personally indifferent,as to theresult, or they did not care to offend any particuW section of their constituents-for there if ino doubt any member-vote which way *%e will, must offend someone. 60 with the Press ; and on a question of this kind, expediency, might suggest silence ; but honesty will have its say. Very well, then; now that the fight is over, we shall have ours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

«JU&Sf3&t$&? 10 BJ r !' > -HTTBD tn* A Finials, .? ? ?..?.,..;.> Balusters, ?; <' '?'<! '/ ? : »; »Ofitotres/ Circular Mouldings, , - ,j,>>; | Naves, .. ? ' Table and Chair Legs, . &0.,.&0., i !. . TO OBDEB, AT SBOET HOTIOB. . ., Bemember- ^ / STEAM TUBNEBY WORKS, : GBORGE-STREET, ¡i ' ' ÎABlAltaWi.' ' : Gazzard and Bond, TjTJTLDEES AND OONTßAÖTOES,', LANSDOWNE-STBEET, ' , 1 > '. T 'I Bjurpunatta. " Estimates given sor lfll Hus* of werie. S.^ 'F. Sweeny, ' INTERNATIONAL jPBIZE ' ". COACH BUILDEES. IlaCQVABIE-STaBET, PABUAMATTA. Double-seated Baggies, from.£36 to £45 Bingle " " ,. .£30 to £40 BoeiableB, from.£40 to £60 PagnellCarte, from. £20 Spring Vans, from .,.£21 " Carte, from.£18, #16, £18 Painting, and all repairs at Sydney prices. All Work Guaranteed. rftgr Time Payments Taken. ABRAHAM'S PILES, (DANDELION). -?? THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, i \A ND successful substitute for Calomel 'J3s\-: or Mercury, Podop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

'?y.üiv'i'. .' J: -rá-, ,ï< ...>*. tóJJábÍáp Oi^í^BOBGE STREET, WINDSOR. AnvBETnsEiiEKT« received np to 4 o'clock p.m. , ; on^SVidayB. Teus OrßUBECBimON t Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2«. 6d. in advance... SB. fer Half-year " ... 4B. Od. " 4B. PerAnnñm ? ' "-li-*- ... 7BTJBT] Sntoeribers pames can be enrolled at any time. - í^l TEEM or ADVBETISIK8 : . >, | , f Hve linea or "under ... IB.1 bugle J Ten linea or over 5 ... 2a. Insertions. | HftoenliheB " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. j ADVKETÎBEMEKT6 MAÏ BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE i roLLOWDio BATE« PEE QUABTEB. f One inch epaos ... £0 10 0 long yerro. <Tnro ,. " ... 10 0, lEaoh additional inch 0 5 0 1 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry ' 10 per cent, discount off above ratee. N.B.-AdverÜBements under 6B in valno, will only be " booked " to regalar customers.. WUfDSOB MARBLE AND STONE WOBK8. . MONÜMiiNTAX MATOS. ENGRAVEB. if IR CAHVING, STAT0AEÏ, TOMB W0UK, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! ! DO not fail to read my list on the back page. D. HOLLAND, Importer. Volunteer Notice, RECRUITS WANTED. THOSE wishing to enrol, attend at Barracks, at 4 p.m., 21st October. W. F. LINSLKY. Captain, Commanding 2nd Corps. Windsor. COMING! COMING!! COMING!!! UNITED STATES CIRCUS Will PERFORM at RICHMOJN"D, ON THURSDAY, 12TH OCTOBER; AND AT "WINDSOR, ON FRIDAY, 13th OCTOBER. MILLION PRICES-3s, 2s, ls. C. S. PERRY. Manager. C. MONTGOMERY, COMMISSION AGENT Of all Sorts of PRODUCE, PR CIT. ic. CBORCE STREET MARKETS, SYDSEY. Private Address-98, Crown Road, Ultimo. Letters and Country Orders punctuallj attended to [\ cw it nj. Medical, DR. W. J. J AO TEKM.TT STÏÎF.KT, AVINDSOR. THR House anti Outbuildings-formerly the " Rose Inn," Windsor, with cr wi'bout Two Paddocks at the rear. For rent and all particulars, apply to S. JEFCOTT, July, 14th, 1882. Windsor Department of Minns. Sydney, 23rd September, 1SS2. To the Pastoral Tenants of the Crown IN consequence of the l&g...

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Richmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

Richmond Borough Council. ^WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 4TII, 1882. Present : The Mayor, and Aldermen Cob- croft, Onus, sen., Kelly, and Crisford. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. PETITION. Aid. Jockel presented a pc'ilion from the ratepayers re supply of w ater from pump, on Ham Common, and that the Mayor he in- structed to attend tu the matter. Petition received. CORR ESPO XD EXC E. From Department of E lucation, relative to state of Public School, at Richmond. Proposed by Aid. Cobcroft, seconded by Aid. Onus, sen.,-" That the letter be re- ceived, and that this Council desires to ex- press its disapproval of the proposed repairs at the school, they being insufficient-more particularly the repairs to the fence, to which this Council objects, as a new paling fence is needed; and that Mr. Bowman be informed of this decision, and requested to take action in the matter, in order to have the Council's wishes carried into effect." From Tte isurv, re Endowment for last half ye...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBER, 1882. (Before Messrs. J. B. Johnstone, and W. Dargin, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

Windsor Polio« Court« TUESDAY, 3RD OCTOBBR, 1882. (Before Messrs. J. B. Johnstone, and W. Dar- gin, J't.P.) Thomas Cross, on remand, appeared to answer a charged of vagrancy. Tlmm-is al- tered appearance as he Sat in the dock, led many t<» speculate upon what celebrity the police bad got hold ot, for the transformation that had been effected in Mr. Cross'r tout en- semble under the skilfnl treatment of 'the jib- lie Jrisseur, had made quite a different m lirof hun-that is, external ly. Two witn -sses gave additional evidence-much to Mr. Cross/ disromfi ure ; and their worships orr dered him to enjoy himself for six months in Mr. Berckleman's Salubrious Retreat-which may not effect Thomas reformation, to any great ev tent it is tiue, but it will prevent him from imposing up m the good natured, and the unwary. William Fagin in custody, suffering from delirium tremens was waited upon by the Mag- istrates in gaol-he not being in a fit state for remeva' ; remanded for eight da...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SACK VILLE REACH L.O.L., No. 180. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

1.0CAL AND GENERAL. THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE SACK VILLE REACH L.O.L., No. 180. A TEA AND PUBLIC MEETIXG, in connection < j with the above, was held on the Church of England Grounds, on the 20th ultimo. The j weather was beautifully fine, and a large number was present. The scenery was very picturesque, and the nett stone Church, which topped the hill, added to the be mt} . The tea was opened on well arranged tables, under a long bower, gaily decorated : which, with the bright regalia of the Ord r ia the sun, lent a brilliancy to the whole affair. The spread was very good-thanks to Brothers Leet, Bennett. Mills, and others. Grace was Said by the Rev. W. Moore; and then commenced the enjoyment of the good things. After tea, the Public Meeting commenced - Bro. W. T. Poole, Esq., M.P., D.G.M , occupied the chair, and was supported by the Revs. Moore and Kennv, Brothers J. B. Johnston, D.G.M., Mills| D.D G.M., Ben- net, and G. T. Collins. The Ch tirroan delivered rm ab!e address...

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

Richmond. F RF! E sf A. SOX RV.-A Freemasons' Lodere was onen ed en Fri lay tho 29' Ii ult.-the Court-house being us*-d fur t he occasion. The Provincial Grand Lodge was r -.ire-i.'iite I bv the R.W.i'.G.M. Rm. Guise, R.W.I'Vr.M. I). M. Godson, R,W.R.P.M. and S.W. Plumb. R.W.P.J.W. Stewart, R.W.P.G.C. Fitzgerald. R.W.P.G.S. Stephens, R.W.D.G M. an 1 L.D. FKz patriek. R.W.P.G.M.C, and other officers, beside* :i number of brethren-sonr* fifty-one in number. Tho lodge opened is name i the "Duke of Connaught," nuder the Irish Constitution, and the officers installed were Bro. Dr. C. Jockel, W.M.; P.ro. Norris. S.W. ; Bro. Hvslop, J.W. ; Pro. E. A. Allen. S. and T. ; Bro."C.S. Cnest. R.D. ; Bro. Boughton. J.D. ; Uro Olsen, J. D.G. j P>ro. Lees, Tyler. The banquet was held in the hall of tile School of Arts, and was in everv respect a most rfchevhc affair-doing infinite credit to th'* caterer. Th^> W.M. Bro. Joekel presided, supporte I on his right bvthe R.W.P.G.M., and on his left ...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

SPARKS ¡ Oh ! did yon ever ? The " Parramatta 1 I Independent" Truth-teller (with a big T) j says, in n terence to the Battalion parade at j the Historic Borough, the other Saturday. I " hut an onlooker could not but be struck I with the efficiency displayed bv the Parra- matta company as compared with the Windsor I men. In marching- particularly the first named company putting the other completely in lüe shade." All righ% old Buffer, I shall t ike a no'.e or two when I See your painted t warriors up this way. But. the above varn don't exactly tally w!th Colonel Christie's rem irks a short time ago-nut quite ! The Lnwyers do rot like Mr. Attorney General Wis lom's innovations re Agents v. Lawyers. 'Twas all very well for attonievs to take the pL-ee of barristers, but when lay- men Wfie introduced, Phil MeCirroll's quondam poet. and Cupido Maeleayo Smith ) stone-wal led tbe House. Wliat with Sir John, McElhone, and Garrett, th^ "devils-own'' has had a rough time of it lately. " Snive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

JM PORTANT NOTICE. To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense FITTED UP A SUP£HIOB, TUEN IN G uATIE, AND EîîGAOEn ,\ COM TETENT WOO; - .. JENER, I AH PREPARED TO PPLY, AT REASONABLE RATES: Finials, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c, &c, TO ORDEB, AT SHOET NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TURNERY WORKS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. Gazzard and Bond, gTJILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. c Estimates given for all kinds of work. S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE OACH BUILDERS. MACQ-UAKIE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. Double-seated Buggies, from.£36 to £4 ó Single " " ,.£30 to £40 Sociables, from.£40 to £60 Pagnell Carts, from.£20 Spring Vans, from .£"21 ,, Carts, from.£13, £15, £1S Painting, and all repairs at Sydney prices. All Work Guaranteed. Igg° Time Payments Taken. ABRAHAM'S PILLS, (DANDELION). THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute for Cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

nt HAWKESBURY CÏÏROHICLE,' A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. Teaiís OF SÜBSCEIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2e. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. " ... 4s. Per Annnm ... 9s. " ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : o- , f Five lines or under ... ls. T _2 \ Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Insertums. | Fifteen lines ,, 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVEBTISEMENTS MAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING KATES PER QUARTER. (One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. -? Two " " ... 10 0 (Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked " to regular customers. WINDSOR MARBLE...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 October 1882

Windsor Markets M.irkcts are looking up t!iis .veek, in con sequ.-nei , probably, of 'short supplies. Maize i i : i fe. iiuw reached Ùs. Gd, and it seems likely t-at a still higher figure vviil nbtaia. Butter !. s t'il'eii, a id is uow selling at from ls. lOd. ;?> tis; Kggs, are a ls; and Pawls, 4s. ?d. Windsor, Friday Gili October, 1882.

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UP'A RDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

UP'A RDS. A p^skv night was coining down, As a young man pissed througli a country town, In Iiis li l he clutched a tatteren fl:.g, And this \-re motto was on thc ra^ - '? Up'uids." From under his ol.I tile's batt, red rim His dirk oyo il tilled like a taller gim. Ile tofrk"d not to loft, he look d n it to ri_'ht Mut continually hollered with all hi< mi^ht " Up'ards."' Tlu"ee times throu di winders did ho see Three several families taking te ¡. Ile sit'e't the c.ikes, hut nev-, v swerved. Mut, as he dropped a tear, observed - " Upwards." Says a cute oil fellow, "Young man, beware! l in re's a rotten old pine tree fixed up thri-??. Sur -'s ejep, ;ire cgns it'll fall on your head."' Tb e voling r_aii only winked and said - " Up',inls." A nice hollered out, " Stav, oh, stay ! And you uley marry me ri^ht away/ Ado wu his nose the tears did flow. .' No usc, young woman, Fin bound to go " Up'ards.'* About that tiii-.c tlie folierin' (iay A Shaker chanced to pass that way. When ...

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ST. MATTHEWS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. TWENTY FIRST SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

ST. MATTHEWS ROM AX CATHOLIC CHURCH. TwEvrv FIRST S-XDAY A.FTKR PENTECOST. VVÎNI.SOR.-Oct.. 22nd. 7.30 a.m., ll a.m., and 7 p.m. Kurrajoii'.:.-We Inesaav. 2.1th instant, líív. Titoiic. -Friday, 27th instant. REV. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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Original Poetry. A SEANCE ON YE REVIVAL OF YE ANCIENT DAYS OF CRINOLINE. AS IT APPEARE IN YE ANCIENT DAYS OF THE LAST JOURNLY OF THE WINDSOR COAC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

Original Poetry ?v s KAN; rr: ox yr: ÎÎKVIVAI. OF VF AVCTEST HWSOf nüN'iiLIN'!-:. AS Í T A IM* EA RE tV T\" VK A Vi I EXT HAYS <>K THE LAST .loCRXI.Y OF THE WI XUSjOli COACH. ,; There is a ?."ke'et.nn in every house," S i s dd ,m ol ] Italian tall ; and once upon tine A Skelctu i" in Windsor Coach Went f >rto a' mornin'. ¡u'iiür. A priest. ;i sailor, f .rnnn-s four, And dani 's with, h e.rots on; And " ai le awakes." a s'eepv store, Went with the Ski leton. Thev wist not ( f ¡his awsonic thing. Whose white and uri-lv frame In paper packed an 1 ti cl with string Seenro;y tin-rein lai !. Hut for tie-keen suspicious eyes Of one who malice I) re, T<> thc<e uncouth anatomes ; And happy those who icere. Ile was an ancient bachelor And often in thc press Of theatres, couct.';t-rootns and Church, the spreading dress Of ladies t d! and ladies short Had thrust him to the edge Of seats, where he could neither see or hear - a hoi pl--ss wedge. So in a h...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

Windsor Markets Trade excessively dull-no buying, no sell- ing. The only thing done this week has been in Maize-that by the Alma and Emma Matilda, which, fetched 5s. 7d ; Eggs, are lOdi and Butterls. 4d. though, it will not remain long at that price, with weather as it lias been lately. Windsor, Friday 2Jth October, 1882.

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Sydney Markets. Wednesday, October 18th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

Sydney Markets Wednesday, October 18th, 1SS2. Oaten Hay (bales).7s. Od. toj 7s. 3d Trusses....5s. 8d to Os. Od Oaten " bundles.7s. 7d. to 8s. 3d Medium.Os. Od. to Os. Od Oaten & Wheaten bundles 7s. lld. to Os. Od Whea en " .5s. 9d. to 5s. 1 Od Straw in bales. 4s. 7d. to 4s. Kid " bundles.4s. 9,1. to 5s. ld Hay Chaff.5s. 7d. to 6s. 8d Medium do.Os. Od. to Os. Od Straw Chaff.5s. 2d. to Os. Od Maize.5s. Gd. to Os. Od Prime Lucerne. Gs. lOd to Os. Od Medium. Os. Od to Os. Od Wheat-Adelaide. Os. Od. to Os. Od ,, Tasmanian .Os. Od. to Os. O l ,, New Zealand.Os. Od to Os. Od Potatoes.£G 10s. to £7 Barley -Cupe.3s. 'Jd. to 4s. Od l^nglish.3s. Gd. to 4s. Od Bran.ls. ;5d. to ls. 4d Pollard.ls. 3d. to ls. 4d Feed Oats. :3s. Gd to 4s. Od ¡Seed .4s. Od. to 4s. 3d Butter.Os. lOd. to ls. Od

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Windsor Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882

Windsor Borough Council. "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 1SS2. Present - the Mayor, Aid. Primros«, W. Gosper, Liusiev, J. T. Gosper, Robertson Collins, and Davies. Mimres cf previoue nice :i ag were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. ! From the Mayor of Cnn >erdown, enc'osing a Petition to this effect : Th.it as the Cite ol' Svdmy has been empowered by the Legis- lature .. io assess and levy rates on nil lands and buildings-public and private-within the said city," with thc execp'ion ot such a ...ire invited in Trustees fir the purp iso ol' public recreation, health, or enjoyment, hospitals, benevolent asvlunjs, and building used solely (or charitable pnrposis, puolic wor.-h p. and sein o's, inn er the Public Schon s' Act;" a; d praxing that, similar pow- ers may be vested in thc Mayor and Alder- men ol ali Municipalities throughout th Colonv ; and that such provisi ni wi 1 b<- made i in anv iK-w Hill lor Municipal purposes that J uiav be enacted. '1'he Mayor and Abbr nen-w...

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