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IMPORTANT TO EQUESTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

IMPORTANT TO EQUESTRIANS. TUE following remarks are quoted from the Daily Telegraph : " A controversy has arisen out of the melan- choly death of the Bishop of Winchester which interests every equestrian. The question is ¡ what is the best manner of preventing a horse from stumbling 1 Novices must be decidedly bewildered to find experienced authorities giving diametrically opposite advice. One class of horsemen, belonging rather to the military school, say that there is nothing like a tight bridle, and that the animal should be kepo well up with touches of whip and spur. These are the persons who talk about " catch- ing hold of horses and lifting thurn to their feuees." The opposite doctrine is that a loo?* rein is the best safeguard against stumbling ; that a howe uiust have %hf..,fy^3 free to b<¿ briaiö/iüan a baker C#ild 'ç^r^? liinfself"in bib own bread-basket lt a oja^s legs-touched the ground ou both sides of his saddle "he might perhaps jerk his horse "Up Ä little,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AMERICAN DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

AN AMERICAN DOG: STORY. IT appears, from the account given by the Detroit Free Press, that a teamster, named Hiram Ripley, living in Fort-street in that city, bought a large brindled dog which he saw under a farmer's waggon, as a protection lor his family and house. Having tied up the dog in a wood shed and fed him bountifully, he went into the country with a light heart, thinking that no one would venture on t^ his premises when thus watched by a faithful though ferocious animal. On*his arrival at home in the evening, he had hardly opened the stable-door when he felt what he thought was a " buzz-saw ripping up and down his leg." It was not, however, a saw, but the * dog, betweeu whom and his master there en sued a terrible conflict. After swallowing a ¿/ mouthful of " woollen and flesh." the dog |T jumped at Ripley's throat, and was only iii - 0-£- --f ? - . - , V - duced to relinquish his purpose by being ad- dressed in endearing terms, such as " good doggy," &c. He then c...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ASHANTEE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

THE ASHANTEE WAR. THE following has been forwarded from the Admiralty for publication : "By despatches received at the Admiralty tüenpears that an action had taken place in of June.'1"1! of the Fort of Elmina on the 13th in consequence ^'P had previously been burnt and shelter to the Asf&»abitants giving arms whom advanced upon the ca»&ome 3000 of met by the Marines sent out from V}PJ weT her Majesty's ship Barracouta, by smaY?-iim men and Marines landed from her Majesty^ ships, and also a body of Houssas. The action lasted some hours, and the Asfcantees were driven back with the loss of abolf300 killed, and a large number wounded. One Marine j 4h$l4&ng^ Wa^ kîlîëd. Her Majesty's sh% Himalaya ie^ ^ape de: Verd Islande ou thré 291h or1 Junify' - and »vouid reach, Cape Coast1 öastle with the reinforcement on the 8th of July.' BOMBAEDMBNT OP ELMINA. A correspondent of the Times, writing from Elmina on the Gold Coast, gives the following account of tho fighting a...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

WINDSOR MUjíICÍiPAL COUNCIL. THE USUÍIÍ meeting of the above Council too VJ place oh Wednesday last. Present ; M Mayor in the chai;, .jüdermen Primrose^p,, jfl per, Iinsley, and Moises. à^Ê .tíINUTES. '^"""NJ^B The minutes ofehe last meeting we^ r» and confirmed. \i ? í CORRESPONDENCE. \¿B A Jitter wa¿ rat from the Public Wort^l Department, in reference to the drainage pipes 1 at the Telegraph "-V>Sce, and statingthat if . , the Council would maka the necessary im- provements to the patàway in front of the Office, that the pipes would be granted. The letter was received. . A letter was read from the Secretary, the Municipal Conference, asfctagibr suggejH tions as to the amendment ^f the, preseif 5jj Municipal Act. The letter was ïeçeivà.;*rji^g A letter was read from the Rojt^aíjá^H Cricket Club, asking to have a \$à\\\\\\\\\ Park, set aside for cricketmg pur^^^^^^^B The letter was received. Alderman Primrose asked-thë there a vacancy in the Park Co^j^^^^^^^l The Mayor answered ï...

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 — 4 October 1873

jRichmond.-Igedieal. DR, SELKIRK, A T the solicitation of a number of his old jl -patients, has arranged to EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY, And can be consulted at ll o'clock, a.m., on those days At Mr. Albert Cornwell^ HOI AL HOTEL. Windsor, September 26,. 1873. NOTICE! NOTICE! »ICHMÖXD^DISPENSARY. DAVID COBCROFT BEGrS to inform his friends and the general public that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS IN TBE TOWN OF RICEMOND AS A Chemist, Druggist, & Opera- tive Dentist. # DAVID COBCROFT having lately been the DISPENSER in the LEADING ES- TABLISHMENT IN SYDNEY, viz., A. J. WATT & CO., is a sufficient guarantee that he is fully competent to discharge the duties connected therewith, and by asiduous attention to his business, combined with CIVILITY & SOBRIETY, trusts to merit the patronage of the residents in the district of the Hawkesbury. N.B.-Vaccinating, Cupping, &c. A never failing remedy for Rheumatism, and Neu- ralgic pains, &c. Tonic Essence of Chriett...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER [?] 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

? , / ?> jj', . , j. --- JjATUR^fLY, OCTOBRE#n.¿iS73. WE haveT oncei ^fóre adverted ,|o- Hie'great desirability of providing the wjjpi of Windsor "with pure Vater, and our Alderinanic solons are very lax in their duty in not attending to this /matter. At the preseui tíme we are dcpejad /ing upon the water of tho river, which is ,' conveyed in carts to tlie residences of the in , habitants.. There is no doubt that this water /' is equal to any in the colony in its natural state, but when tae legs of the gorses and wheels of the waicr carts are continually being washed in the stream,, after the said norseé and carts hare been travelling through the streets, picking up all impurities, then the water is polluted to á great- degree, and be comes very unwholesome. There is every probability that we .shall be visited by a hot dry summer this year, and it will be highly necessary that we shoul^be enabled to procure a good supply of pure water for domestic purposes. The only "way we can s...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER I. 1644.—A SECOND LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

CHAPTER I. 1644.-A SECOND LOVE. ANOTHER year rolls on amidst the din of anns,, death-cries and the Trailings of widows and orphans. The fratricidal strife waxes fiqjus-; Marston Moor is fought; the Kum "day the tained a heavy defeat ; audrie of. Ironsides victors are dubbed wij¿ descend familiarly to -a soubriquet |I>"great man, too, has risen all posterijfl ]ea¿ tjiem on ^0 greater victories ^1 Kaine of Crontwell is growing a power in the land. The second Cook of our romance opens in the ancient hamlet of Naseby, situated a few miles from Market Harborough, in Leicester- shire ; an obscure spot at thc time of which* ^i^ßitvß.te(L near thöidd ohiaxh. ia thö centro ^ea^c:'.{;..,vv f-;7..! ¡cr«! ¿.,,Jn #j0^ambeF;Oyi^ ||£%vejßp|iíthg oJtou^pM?aí*it ; twi) itaäies;*i ftif j^l^ej cp^^ V|á're..J[u|í» ll^^)^$g|iüj4Uái Mia^',IhM^'¿ii^:f ::^râa;^eai>^'lrad^'Ino]»^t1uít hay© ?;plajp^e4 isiucei.tt^âasii looked lipon them jh'ave* ^ot; fe'ileji ^ye,.8<>i}M^.inaika. ¡upon: the...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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BOOK THE SECOND,—1644-45. "THE GEEAT REBELLION." PROEM.—JUNE, 1643. THE DEATH OF JOHN HAMPDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

BOOK THÉ SECOND,-1644-45. "THE GEEAT REBELLION." PROEM.-JUNE, 1643. THE DEATH" OP JOHN HAMPDEN. THE sword is drawn, and English swords are stained with English blood. War, of all war the most abhorrent, ..is raging east, west, I north, and south ; and each man's hand is j ready to grasp his : neighbour's. throat in deadly strife. Edgehill and .several minor j battles have bean fought. Up to thp present i time, victory inclines to, the side of the. King, I who now holds court at Oxford, ? whence Prince Rupert and the' Cavaliers make con- tinuous sallies, surprising the outposts of Essex's army, burning villages,, sweeping away cattle, and making good his retreat into the royal stronghold before a force sufficient to encounter him can bc assembled. On the morning of the eighteenth of June, intelligence is brought to John Hampden, who is then serving as Colonel under the Earl of Essex, that a raid has been made by the Pi ince upon the villages of Potscombe and Chinnor, and that all the...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE YOUNG CAVA[?]; OR THE DAYS OF CROMWELL. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) JOSHUA WINYARD MAKES CERTAIN DISCLOSURES TO MASTER PYM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

, AN HISTOßKAL B0HA&ck~ " I \ JOSHUA" -W^fV ABO M A&ES OER TA IN JiiaQJfipfti^.-, \- '?}?"? , TO MASTER T?*K-¡ ..^Vv^ r, ' i.A "' '[ *? She "-had- a daughter' continued Wynyard, "''fair toviook tipbn,>nöV^nf^ued;itü!o' profane «ailing bf singing, land who was killed iii a : 1 trawl nt ihè ' Ángel Inn,' the ! night after Raleigh's execution. There had feen a great archery meeting that day, arid 1? then a god-' less and unregenerate youth, had been present, thereat, and adjourned, with other roisterSj to the tavern J. have mentioned; and there I witnessed the brawl, and the death of the girl, and heard this Oraule pronounce ari awful curse and prophecy upon those whom she be- lieved to bi the murderers of her child, which ! reminds me that one portion df that prophecy I is abbut to be strangely fulfilled. Among \ those present, was a certain young gentleman, I whom I recognised as a client of my "worthy \ master's, who played a very important part in j the scene; in...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Correspondence. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of correspondents. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

We do not identify ourselves with tho opinions of correspondents.^ (To the JSditor.!of t/ie Australian.) Dear Sir,-Kindly excnse me troubling ] you about what some persons would call rot Or nonsense, but pieäse insert following. It appears strange to me that the reply made to me by 'the so-called Rook-pidgeon tribe, ^the expression was rather an ' anomaly ' unless transposed) whoever they may be to the letter- whiehl6appeared in your valuable columns of the 13th instant in answer to a tirade of abuse inserted in a dirty rag on the 6th ultimo, which only a little varmint of the 6kunk species could produce-cowardly-lying -'but it is not wonderful not in the 0.J. of Paramatta style. Truely he wished in this case to disguise his asinine carcase under the lion's 'skin, but unfortunately the donkey popped out so unmi6takeably that even us iguorant Caddai-coves, (as we are called by a certain learned pedagogue near here) could at once tell who the erudite writer was-oh Mosos ! and hr he on...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE EARLY HISTORY OF TASMANIA. THE FIRAT TROUBLES OF GOVERNOR ARTHUR— A SKETCH OF OLD TIMES; EMBODYING THE BUSH CAREER OF MATTHEW BRADY. Written by J. E. CALDER. (From the Hobart Town Mercury.) (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

! TASMANIA? " ^ THE FIJtBT TROUBLES OF aoVEBSOB ABTHÜB A : BKETCH*OF OLD TIMES ; EMBODYING THE 1 "fcUSH CAREER OF MATTHEW BRADY. Written by J. E. CALDER. (From lite Hobart Town Mercury,) (OONTIJSDED.) After a four-mile run McCabe readied the house of this friend of the brigands, bnt not in the mood of mind in which they had here- tofore met. His recent mishap with his com- panions, his fatigue and exhaustion, the un- looked for surprise of the morning, the loss of the little he had, and, above all, bis ungov- ernable nature, all tended to distract him, and he entered the house of the settler not as a confidant, but an enemy. He was admitted, as usual, but the unmasterable passions of this degraded man, prostrating his feeble rea- soning powere, he seemed for the moment reckless of, and indifferent to, every thing, even the traditional honour that is said to exist between thieves. Seizing on a loaded fowling-piece that stood against the wall of the room, he cocked and presented it at...

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CHAPTER II. A STORMY ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

rt CHAPTER ii. A StOÈMY KNCOÖKTBR; . rTjj¿ "4u¿ had not long risen when * julie? rosé from lier bed next mprningï... and ihrewvopen thelattípe to inhale the fresh, cool-air^ for she" , had been restless and fe¡?$rish throughout the" night. It\iráB;ab^ht|.x>lear-^oñi^ig:.. The' birds were singing merrily, jind .the?, dew sparkled uponJevery blade of grass, and.'upon every , rose leaf that gathered round herí win- dow. Early.;,as she was, Mabel* was awakd ' before hov. , ,i , ; , ... ? This is tho last Uuie w>e jshalj; look »upon this sçene: together. !' she $aid, tenderly twin- ing , her arni round her- compaätan'&nifraist. Julie, vyhom tiie restless.hou;s öf thö^ight? had wrought to a high pitcho^öeryouS sensi- bility, burst into tears*; ' I wish I had never given this promise!' she sobbed; ' I feel as though I oould never go through , with it I Cannot we delay it-r-put it off for a time V 'That is impossible,, darling, now Î* an- swered Mabel, gravely. ' Your , word i...

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MEETING OF THE TWADDLEDIDI. (From the Lefu Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

MEETING OF THE TWADDLEDIDI. (From ike LefU Gazette. J This ulcerous body , again met on Wednesday for the dispatch of spleen, called by them business. There were four members absent. A lot of* rubbish was read by the recording 'scribe, which the councillers said was all serene. : Some letters were read but nothing was done with them because they had not made up their minds in the matter, and wanted another meeting to have a go in at them, ,o Councillor Primenon asked the Chairman did his.'taother' know he was out. TheChair man said yes, and told him to chain up ugly. Councillor. Primenose wanted to know whether that remark applied to him. The Chairmau : oh 1 no ! you are pretty. Councillor Primenose was satisfied with the explanation. Councillor Tyke wanted to know what cove had the spojidulux for allowing geese to graze on the park.. The Chairman said the Coun- cillor was a goose for asking such a question. Councillor Tyke : That is the second time The OhairiSíwí; iOh'{ yoU/.aro a ...

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 — 4 October 1873

? 1 ? . ? ??? -_ ?IÊS.pääEJt^mj- & co., AUCTIONEERS, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, BICHMOND, WINDSOR, AND» SYDNEY. ir^Ä- ' ' p. 18. &BDW£J>3^^^<&1 W«i >; Auotton on Tuesday and Friday, at Railway Tmnióu», Sydney. Aeoount Sale* rendered and Market laxJviceB given pcb d^y after nie, et oör Windsor Office, (ÉLUS SC COMPANY» ¿ijeffconeers & Commission Agents, RAILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, j 763. George-fctreet South. / , SYDNEY. 1 For tue snle of Oáítle, Shocp, Lambs, Pigs, Calves V*i\em and Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Hidf heeding,&c. RegvU - S-fa-Jl'uei>t«ystjytWsda.yt, $ Fridayt.i All ProdusVrrfwardod wildon receipt of advil fhe removed Unthe Depot, from ie 'ltól way Stall ^rWharvesf- 1 ¥RW OF CHARGE TO THE SEI -"--~F-:-:-1-~ BUTLER 3¿ IN( CÄsncm^ Auctioneer^ SUMP AÉD 0ATTLV/SALI Railway Sjle Tirdjsandi* Marti î93 <*EOE ie S^KEßT jbUTH, ,SYD ' Jt® Begultf Sajes V Aaetil, on Tuesdayo ^Fridays of my, «tra*, Ce4 Ätato...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

lind can be ^ advMisj&me; that^noiferj 'on Monday. PitT-ÏWN' ijt tfie ànpïhlir Visit1jftO|toBÇ lulted H Mr. Holmes" F^f$yy For further particul^iáé, fWißho inform .gut rpjlr^ àîs^pvtlienamVáo^&l'ajitilí lE«BB¥TiîfeïàN SCHOOL TREAT. r^Tbe * annual »mmemoratjon of the-above [ school tookplaclon- Wednesday last. There were a ¿good mary persons present, among whom we notice« the Rev's Messrs. Moore, Gullen; W. Wool Fitzgerald, Swift, Wilkin- son; There werekbout 105 children present v/ho jnét oppositeffilr. Jfohnstone* and forming procession proceeod to Mr. Hill's paddock. The the children were marshalled by their tethers assisted t r Mr. Webb bf thé Church of England Schoo Pitt Town. Upon arrival at the trysting pla e those grand oaks on the Percy'Place estate (permission having been kindly " granted b Mr. G. S. Hall jun.),, The children wei' regaled with the usual concomitants, an? then various out doo* games were indijged in until half-past 1 o'clock, when a substanti...

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ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 October 1873

ENGLISH 'NEWS. " ' . . - , .... .«WnSlft TPLEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN AfiSOClATliD T3E88. .London, October4. THE report is gaining credence that the Premier will appeal to the country if the Taunton .election, is adverse to the Liberals. Disagreements . have arisen among the Carlists. : : ^ - Paris, October 3. Thé Left Centre ha6 isMied a manifesto in favour of a Conservative Republic. The ex- treme Left has decided on leaving the gui- dance of affairs in the hands of the Left Centre. The programme of the Monarchists as soon as the Assembly meets will be to re- store Royalty and Constitutional Govern- ment, to adopt the tricolour flag with the emblem of old Royalty, and immediately to nominate a Lieutenant-General of the King- dom. The Government have prohibited all dis- cussion on the speech, lately delivered by M. Gambetta. London, October 8. The great Ballooning Expedition from the United States across the Atlantic has failed. A storm drove the machine back on the coast of Connecticut....

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 October 1873

NO TICE, TO. CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for insertion in the columns ¡of this Journal, must be accom- panied with, ike' real name and address of the writers, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith Rejected communications cannot be returned.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11TH., 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 October 1873

®l)c Australian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER UTO., 1873. "AM I therefore become your enemy because I tell you the truth." This was. the text of an excellent sermon delivered by the rev. J. F. Gullen, in the Congregational Church Wind- sor on Sunday last. We were deeply im- pressed with the arguments adduced by the worthy minister, and fully concur ia his re- marks inasmuch that the truth ia not always acceptable, and therefore by plain speaking many persons take offence. St. Paul was a plain speaker atíd as a natural consequence gave offence, ; this has: been our stumbling block ; but although we do not for a moment wish to place ourselves in the* same category as the apostle Paul, we have like him given great offence by at all times speaking plainly and the truth. It is a failing on our part that we cannot become "trimmers," and that for conscientious motives. "Truth can be blamed but never shamed, and we are firmly of opinion that as there is a time for ali things that the time for speaking...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 October 1873

Auctioneers. m_ -.ii i:'..'.-..; ; :. : . _ C. R. BEDWELL Sc CO., AUCTIONEERS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ; EICHMOND, WINDSOR, AND SYDNEY. <" . » . . ' * C. R. BEDWELL conducts Sales by Auction on Tuesday and Friday, at Railway Terminus, Sydney. Account Sales rendered and Market advices given on day after sale, at our Windsor Office. ELLIS «Sc COMPANY. Auctioneers & Commission Agents, RAILWAY AUCTION PRODÏÏÔE DEPOT, 763. George-street South. SYDNEY, For toe sale of Cattle, Sheep, Lambs, Pigs, Calves, Farm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Hides, heepskins, &c. Regular Sales-Tuesdays, Thursdays, S¡ Fridays. All Produce forwarded will, on receipt of advice, be removed to the Depot, from the Railway Station or Wharves FREE OP CHARGE TO THE SENDER. BUTLER Sc INGLIS, Ocneral Auctioneers, SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Railway Sale Yards and Auction Mart Î03 GEOB B 8THEBT SOUTH, SYDNEY, t8g" Regular Sales by Auction, on Tuesdays and Fridays of Hay, Straw, Com, Pc...

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