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PERILS OF THE ARCTIC SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

PERILS OF THE ARCTIC SEAS. A TELEGRAM from the Daily Netos corres- pondent at New York brings further news of ( the Ameriran Arctic Expedition, which seems to confirm that which came in so strange a fashion some months ago. It will be re- membered that a portion of the crew of the unfortunate Polaris was picked up in spring in au open boat, forty miles from the coast of Labrador. Their story was that in August last year the ship was beset with ice, and under heavy pressure ; that the crew conse- quently began landing provisions, and that while they were at work the ice broke, and all but thirteen of the cr JW were drifted help- lessly and hopelessly away. On the ice floe thus suddenly started, a party of twelve men, two women and five children, drifted south- ward through the short autumn and the long Arctic night, expos-d to all the horrors of winter in the Arctic seas, and after a hun- dred and ninety-six days were picked up by a steamer aud taken to Newfoundland, the pre- sumptio...

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 — 29 November 1873

WISEMAN PERRY AGENCY. . V .- - TTTE have this day appointed Mr. G. P. TT Black our agent for Wisemans Ferry and the Lower Hawkesbury. Mr. Black Í6 authorised to receive all advertisements, sub- scriptions, and moneys on account of this journal, and his receipt will be a sufficient dis- charge. GEO. DAVIES. Windsor. Nor. 20th, 1873.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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The Australian. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

SATURDAY. NOVEMBJ|pÓt¿:.,^||^j féoMBTHïs'o ought and möift be done to pre- vent the outrageous, scenes daily enacted at Our Windsor Police Court. It appears to us that certain parties have combined together in orlterVo at, every "possible moment insult and hott^ flown on oar worthy Clerk of Petty Sessions ; an anoint of persecution is brought toi^ ^^:?ä^re<Utable, and the scenes which ocxrarihthe court are likely to bring the ad mio^jn^oa of justice into contempt and ridi- cule* "There is every appearance that these : scenes ate meditated, for upon every occasion we notice that there is a gi eat assemblage of thé partisans of thfe actors in them, there be- ing nothing that We are aware ol to cause such an attendance, as mostly the cases to be dealt with are of an unimportant character ; therefore we can come to no other conclusion than that the affair is duly canvassed and notification given thereof-the same way as any perform- ance is announced in a private manuer. The i...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

I . Aueiionai«rs. p.R. BEDWELL Sc CO.. I AUCTIONEERS, j' -. . 'AND QENEPâL COMMISSION AGENTS, RïCHMOîÀ WINDSOR, AND SYDNKY. , C. R. BEDWELL conducts Sales by Auction on Tuepdny and Friday, at Railway Termini», Sydney. Account Sales rendered and Market advices given on da(y after sale, at our Windsor Office. *L_._ .. _ ELLIS Sc COMPANY» Auctioneers & Kommission Agents, BAIL WAT AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, Jj? 763. George-ßtreet South, # SYDNEY. For tnejjale of Cattle, Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, Calves, Farm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Hides, sheepskins, &c. Eegulnr Sales-Tuesdays, Thursdays, <$. Fridays. All Produce forwarded will, on receipt of advice, be removed to the Depot, from the Railway Station or'Whurvrti * FREE QF-CHARGE TO THE SENDER. BUTLË&Sc INGLIS, ~~l CUmeral Auctioneers, WEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Railway Sale Yards and Auction Mart> GEOR E ST KEEP SOUTH, SYDNEY Regular SaleB by Auction, on Tuesdays and ays of Hay, Straw, Corn, Petatees, ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

ue^weB ïiyîn^ «ear Brighton; Tennessee, owing to ah inconsiderate act committed by three white men named Vaughan, Ruffin, and Bal ich. It seems that these gentlemen, hat ing discolored a negro named Dab Cal- houn, who had been digging a Well near Brighton, and who had 1 indulged rather freely in stimulants, ' lying asleep on the ground,, attempted to awaken him, and, not succfedtntr, covered him with the contents of a.small vial of turpentine from head to foot. They then, 'just for the fun of seeing him jnn.p,' applied a lighted match to his head, and were not disappointed. In an instant Dan Calbonn was enveloped in a sheet ot Hame, and, bounding to his feet with a yell ot agony, ran about like a deer, zig-zag, in the most ludicrous fashion. The men, who could not bear to see a fellow-creature in real dis- tress, rushed from the 6pot, and Dan soon fell to the ground, ' a charred, quivering mass of flesh.' Everything possible was done for him, but unfortunately, owing to the error in...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AMERICAN PANI[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

THE ÁMEm&A^W^mm^^ By the arrival of the White Star steamer Celtic at Cork, on Wednesday, we received details of the commercial panic in America, unhappily not yet fully 'decided. The TQ^ bwie speaking on the origin éf^kpT^jtí^ife : -" Regardiug the canse of the crash, it is said the banks have been departing from their legitimate line of business. There has i|been a railroad mania, and the banks have put large sums of money on railroad bonds to the exclusion of merchants. If these bank« had confined themselves to the. transact ions which come properly within their scope, we should have seen no tro"ble in Wall-street this week. They have practicably gone into the business of contractors, brokers, and speculators. The projectors of all sorts of new roads have adopted the capital which rightfully belongs to the legitimate trade of the country. Last year over 6,000 miles of new railroads were built, not 500 miles of which was really needed or can be turned to any profitable use ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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SPANISH BRIGANDAGE AND ENGLISH BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

BPANtSfc BRIGANDAGE! AND ENG- LISH BRAVERY. Wjo ( Time' ) have been favoured with the fol ^pwinff account by a correspondent : W: V A violent attempt by brigands to Keiz*. and * carry off an Rnglishman, has just been made at Béîiis, near Valencia, in Spain. It appears .that a Mr. Andrew Graham, a merchant in tie Sfnut trade, and connected with the firm of lessrs. Graham and Co., 37 .Minciug-lane, ondon, on the way from his warehouse at 'enia, - pain, to his country residence, about oiclock in the evening nf the 15th, was at tacked by eight Jor nil e armed brigands. Their object was evidently to ca Ty him to the mountains and demand a ransom. lu attack- ing Mr. Graham, however, the brigmds did not know with whom they ha 1 to c »pe. He is a man of considerable nerve, great presence of mind, and ready resource. When attacked he was driving hume alone in a 'tartana'-a kind <»f carriage peculiar to the ki;.gdom of , Valencia. The nature of the attack will be ^best understood b...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

won í ; 3> s, sf, :? How i8jii^âÇ|iijm|^ quickly'?- because trlére $J mist, ? 1 Miss B-rsays^ tfiaîjÉI^^0[ß^^foiu^ man squeezed ber jâb^;^e^^J^..^'|^i^ j in <liç landywhene^ïïï^^ ¡poetic a little ^a^^.jn^j^^^v^;''-: i THE man wno tried to light his pipe wMi ís'-'bilUaM tnätcV «aid he1 -old «Ä jridéitjv ? -u rv'":\f -^l;?®' * 1 . . ' Att Oregon paper refers k ilw yirnlior öf a rival shfeet a«1* àyoung matiW^|ld^éntíáf A YOUNG lady, 'speaking''bf one' of \ne^ aversions, said : * He's almost a perfecfjbr^e £ he only lacks instinct1.'' <...." : WHILE snnlight is the most favoura^ie for; haymaking, it is a well-known fact that wild. «»ats are best sown by moonlight. s * ^ AN Irishman,, seeing a vessel, very heavily laden, and scarcely above the water's edge, exclaimed, ' Upon my sowl, if the river ; wast asked by hi s sweet heart what: phmio*^fï|^^as," took out his jpeöci! and Wrote the following, and* said it ^Mf^àÊMÊÊÊM ü ß f"B CT f E\t.ft:' 5^ tlmTOSig|o; jon'...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] BOOK THE THIRD,—1648-9. THE SCAFFOLD. CHAPTER X. THE CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

,%vw.: ,ri. »OHAPTEEvX. , Tîb? CATASTROPHE. ór ik* gentlemen returned, answered thêi au^ra^ßs. w%ré*m |ig&tip£#e eií-lamp¿that Mn^tohe^asf f¡gpj sjie,,instantly recognised; tné abnoren featuies of Josb.ua Winyard, and ujjfcere^ an^xcjamation of .terror ; at the same mpín^t^e two; .¡soldiers, grossed the thres- hold, while a shrill whistle brought up the re uiainder. Two were planted as sentinels at tj^. entrance. .. . em if they come forth I' whispered Wayati; .' do not risk attempting; to capture «' '?' v ' : .... . V^nto eyeryipa^t of ihe house, from , garret to ,celhir, burst the rude ¡spidiera.. Jài Mabel's room, lying open upon the table, whiçji. Jacob Mpss had ?»^j^0jjßi.^:W^-k tanned these words ;r-*^Or^igbl) *täten o'clock, bei "^t.,tjie ¿gate, £n4 I wiU ; admit you.' K)ne of the men brought it to W¡mm$* .<ÍM£U¿ V ri have them now, in «Äp;!' Wfrftd, triumphantly. .' What is, the meaning of this violence, this Intrusion,, faster, Vinyard V cried MabeL 'nave...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

The following Governor* > hare ¿ruled the cplonyj-' .???...'?tc '? 1- r-Oa,ptain Philip, 1788 to 1792. - ' 2- Captain Hunter, 1795 to 1800. 3- Captain,King, 1800 to 1806. . i; 4- Captain Bligh, 1806 to 1808. . ? ^ ' 5:-Majpr-Gf-neral Lachlan Macquarie, 1810 . to 1821.-. . .^y-M: 6- Major-General Sir Thomas Brisbane; , 1821 to 1825. >j 7- Lieut-General Sir Ralph Darling, 1S25 to 1837 . ¡ 8- Major-General Sir Richard Bourke, 1831 to 1837. 9- Sir George Gipps, 1838 to! 1846. : 0-Sir, Charles Fitzroy, 1846 to 1855. 11- Sir William Denison, 1855 to 1861. 12- Sir John Young, 1861 to 1867. 13- Lord Belmore, 1868 to 1872. The longest rule was that of Governor Macquarie.

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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

VEBSIFICATION.-An antique individual who knows more about playing on the fid- dle-(having been engaged in futile experi- ments on that interesting instrument for up- wards of 25 years)-than about verbal criti- cism, takes exception to the use of the word " versification" in a letter from a valued cor- respondent which appeared in our last issue. Let us inform our ancient friend, the violin player, that, according to the Imperial Dic- tionary " versification" is a noun, and means the " act" as well as the art of composing poetic verse ; further that " versification is properly say he has not written a line of versi- fication, when it would be incorrect, as asser- ted, to state that he " did not write versifica A person may very their betters ; but, in our humble opinion, they had much better confine themselves to their natural and more legitimate occupation, namely, rasping an old fiddle. Ne suter ultra crepidam. CURIOUS ACCIDENT.-An accident of a curious nature happened on Friday, t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

* ' \ , i.A tj > ti, V Time* (Everiugham & Leet) from ïiower PortWttd with poultry, egg6, and eua dries " ïTï * * t i .. Nil Desperandum (Jones) from Colo with maiz6r.orauge«, poultry,-and-egge. ', Fly (Balee) from Broken Bay with lime. PeÂâkiûiêi'Prôltèrs) from the McDonald with maize, poultry, and ogg«.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. (Tuesday, 25th November 1873.) BEFORE P.M. M'Quade, W. Lamrock, and J. Ducker Esq's, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 November 1873

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. (Tuesday, 25th November 1873.) BEFORE P.M. M'Quade, W. Lamrock, and J. Ducker Esq's, J.P. i X ONE person was charged with drunkenness if I and being his first offence, was cautioned aad \ discharged. . . «j ¿ ANNUAL AUCTIONEERS LICENSING MEET- ING.-The Clerk of the Court informed, the 1 Bench that only one application, that of William Hopkins was filed within the time prescribed by lav. He himself had ventured to write applications for three others, who no doubt had forgotten to do so themselves. He presumed the Bench would not object to grant the certificates. Certificates were therefore granted to William Hopkins for a General License and to William Gosper, John Thomas Smith, and George Guest, for District Licenses for the year 1874. BEFORE J M., M'Quade, B. Richard's^. J. Ducker, W. Lamrock, Esq's J.P's. EDWARDS V. COX. Sarah Edwards complained that Mr. Sloper Cox was indebted to her in the sum of £50 for wages. Mr. Garling appeared on behalf of Mr. Cox, and...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

^¿«(iefteri^ A\mmtimfâ<tôii $m, tmm* that the ! mattër itöb<?!w»*» ändJ that ^ifilicàtton be triaré'to *&ïè! ^GbyerutBènt respiting"-ibe BûbJèctJ ' Alderthan; Rolbotöw seconded :tbé motion "Irnich was fcarriëd. AIdmnan Bedwell moved that lenders 'be called for work w líe doue in Mâivh-street, according to specification submitted. Alderman Hughes seconded the motion, j Alderman Grisford was ¡of opinion that an j 8 inch pipe would not te énffieient to carry off ! thewatér. 400 feet was a great length for» drain of such small dimensions, an open drain vonlrt- be more beneficial. " Alderman Bedwell said the Works Cotri m tote "were of a different opinion, as thejy thought it would be no uVe to 'construct an open'drain along' a side- line fence, as there would be danger of -its becoming useless through bei ii ii filled in withj^ubbish : they had no objection to increase*© size of the j pipes. I Alderman Tomkinson wanted to know whether the Surveyor's levels ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

"~ mCHMWD MUNICIPALITY. ( To ike tiditw of the Australian.) Si«,-Will you «How me space in your valuable anil widely circulated journal to draw the attention of ratepayers to the Borough of Richmond, to the wasteful .expenditure of the money by the C^nneil. I allude more especially to the proposed erection of a wharf at. Pugh's lagoon, for the supposed con- venience arid benefit of the water carriers. Now Sir, 1 wisb to point out the utter ab- surdity of the proposed erection. In the first place the watermill the lagoon i«. unfit for use; being brackish during the summer months, besides réceiv ng the drainage of the Church Îf England Cemetery. In the second place am quite certain the water carriers would not 'avail themselves o its use. It being more convenient .to'drive into the lagoon and fill the casks. For those reasons I consider and Ï am sure a majority of the ratepayers are of the same opinion, that the erection of the wharf is a wasteful expenditure of the public money. I tr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

tatum. * . - The old man .draws his hand across his eyes, and then; looks over to Mulberry Tree House. - i* My dear yoimg lady,* he mutters, passion- ately,,J what Wöujdn't I do (or you,, my pity* fyg J^rt^o he^of ; service to hereto do some- thing;'however email, for this darkj 'sljim girlj who had come tp him when the hand of sick- ness wa« very heavy upon him. t Presently a tall and rather inibecilerlooking young man lounges up to the old gardener, cigar itt month. * ' s " Well, Wrackall,' exclaims the new-comer, ' how are you, eh ?' ' I'm'all right,. Mr. Charles ; I'm all right, sir,' growls the old man, looking up at his interrogator, with intense dislike. ' Well, that's satisfactory, at all events,' returns the other, with a curious sort of half chuckle, half laugh. 'Have you seen the little party I spoke to you of the other day, since ?' He is not a bad-looking young gentleman, this Mr. Charles, only that he has a stupid expression pf countenance that is to be seen sometimes ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

TO ADVERTI SER^--~~-fc| VITE have determined that on and aftel V > the 1st AP «IL, 1873, that oar charge« for Advertisements shall be 2s. per inch ol pace, each in errion with aa allowance o: 25 per cent on Quarterly Advertisement* airths. Deaths, and Marriages 2s öd. ead nsevtion- Ail Advertisements, unless speti ally marked as to the number of times the} are to be inserted, will be published *lliti ! counte mancted,_., . \ "liiik'd Mini fjublisliHii by UKOHOB UAVIKB, afr J AUSTRALIAN,'' Muchine Printing Office, Tk^H ava's aqiwre, VTiadwr, J¡«i«r ¿>att¿ W^pft,

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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REVIEW OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

REVIEW OF THE MARKETS; THE markets this week have improved, and there is a demand for prime samples of maize at increased rates. Maize in Melbourne bas taken a rapid upward tendency i and at our last advices was worth 4s. 6d. in that market ; in Sydney it is worth 3s. 10d., and in Wind- sor, taking the above into consideration, it ought to bring Ss. at least. The maize by the Spray brought 2s. 8^d, to 2s. 9£d. ; fowls, 3s. 6d. ; egg6, 8£d. The fowls jby the Suffolk brought 3s. 6d. ; çeese, 6s. 9d. ; eggs, 9d. ; butter, Sd. SYDNEY PBODUCK MARKET. Lucerne ITay. On ten ditto . -tr«w .f." Vlsiw . '... Wheat (Colonial. 0 Oms. 0 Itnrlcy (<~'app) . 0 Fowls. 0 IHioks.;....... 0 He-se. 0 ('«ckTurkeys..ii. 0 (Kn iliito......,. 0 s. a. O O to 0 0 0 IO 6 0 6 8 6 6 6 0 10 0 2 0 6;. 6 0 £ B, 2 15 6 10 3 10 0 18 0 9 6 0" li y g8 .,.., 0 0 Pitaloe». 3 0 Howy . 0 0 ;?<*?«»? "Wax . 0 1 Sucking Pigs .,.. 0 3 Calves. 0 12 Lambs. G 18 Hides (dry ) ................. 0 0 Or..n»i« ......

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

r© DAY. .ii' 3J5MBER 26TH, 1878. Mr. Jw^ HölÄcai 'C SBOBBTÄBT: Hr. George Davies, " STABTEB. Mr. T. Malone/. * ^ COMMITTEE Î Mr.Jame«Hpliue<£ Mr. f. Bowman "" A. S. Turnbull I, J. 3. Johnstone, jun. ,. ¿T: Dickson "I " T. Maloney " J. T¿ Smith 0, Strickland. " S. E. Dyer "H.M$UB "B.D. Walker " W. B. Dixon .. Geo. Davies, -? PROGRAMME. FlEST RACE.-To start at 10.30 o'clock. For all amateurs pulling two pairs of sculls in skiffs, with coxswain ; neither of whom bas won a prize exceed- ing £5 in value. Course : from Old Ben's Poinl round s buoy moored off the Peninsula Bank, thence Tound the buoy off Old Ben's Point, thence round the buoy moored off the Peninsula Bank and back to flagbóat off old Ben's Point. Prize, ¿5 ; entrance 10s. 8*C0ND RACE.-To start at 11.30. For all boats, not exceeding 28 feet overall, pulling four oars with coxswain ; string test gigs excepted. Coarse : same as first race. 1st prize £6., 2nd prize £2 ; en- trance 168. THIBD RACE.-To start at 2.16. ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CAVE CANEM. To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

CAVE CANEM, To the Editor of the Australian* SIB,-!-Thc words, which head my fetter, were, in the old Roman ¡Senate, written above the seat of any member whose loyalty to his friends or his country, was doubtful, or who . was suspected of treachery to eithér. It seems to me that, in, over, or upon the belongings of the man who has opened a .private note all dressed to another,'and,'without his consent, : has disclosed its contents to the writer s worst j enemy--for the mere purpose of doing the i writer an injury, should be written the same ! words. Thc law declares the receiver to be equally culpable as the thief. In point- of moral tur- pitude, there would seem to be little differ- ence between him who discloses such private information, and him who receives fin. and . him who afterwards makes use of it in his public capacity to satis ly private, malignant ends. 1 - ? - These thoughts are suggested to mb By thc perusal of your report of Windsor' Police Office proceedings oil thc 2...

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