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CHAPTER II. CHARLES DEVEREUX. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

CHAPTER 11/ CHAULES DEVEREUX. THE earth was frost-bound, and the trees bare j of leaves, when the last sun rose for Qeorge Vavasour on earth. He had faded slowly and gradually, getting weaker and more fragile :i every day, but he sëemed to suffer no pain, ] and that1 brought some comfort to the women's j hearts'. ? ' . f '. , ' . 4 He was tho very best patient I ever at- . tended,' said Doctor Malplaquetj regretfully j ' and if it had been in the power of medioine to have recovered him, he would" never have J been lying there as he is how.' ^ 'Or if could have saved him, hê would ? have been with us still,' put in an old man to whom he was speaking, who was' head gárr ; dener to the Reverend- Hallibut Crab imér, ' She is a bonny young1 lady, ' doctor*--Miss Vavasour, yonder and the old manind iéáted Mulberry Tree House with his'finge¡r-r* a rare bonny lassie, I tell 'ee.' ' Ay, poor girl, it is a sad blow for her,' said the doctor. * I am af raid they are very poorly off.' ! ' That'...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

NEW ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA. The steamer Suhfoó, ¿he first vessel des- patched by the Eaeterntaná Australian Com- pany to open the new mail between Singapore and Brisbane, via Torres Straits, left the docks on Saturday, accompanied by a party of gentlemen connected with Queensland and the Straits Settlements. The Sunfoo is 1, 400 tons register, and is commanded by Captain Clark, who has been long acquainted with the navigation of the Straits. She is fitted with cabin and saloon accomodation for 44 first class and second-class passengers. The new mail service just projected between England and Australia will be commenced in Nov., and will alternate with the present ser- vice to Melbourne via Gaile, Due official notice will be given by the Post Office author- ities of the despatch of the first mails by the new route. Now that Victoria has made arrangements for the present service termina^ ting at Melbourne, the line via Java becomes Eastern possessions. 'and ; fte '.contfrfettt* of Austral...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] YOUR CHAIN. A STARTLING ROMANCE. PROLOGUE. AN UNSEEN FOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

i'. AH,: tt&sssjï *o,*». - . . ti&mm^ láblov¡ fe th^^SBieni siring MiDe**feuSe£!oj^£ The prondait nmnsioÄ in thé frholé county ftgac&^lusWy^ frfp$a«M«belongi^ i&en «nd 1ta4d&erae¿.ra>men|^ in .the *dayfiflôî yorey wjwb itssésdterfl had, won their* golden épurs a£^ec&<©r Agkcotirtl ;KT-^ v teA^J^Ccoli^mátisioii^ with woodíánd,l,and| ¿jiai^ ai^forlQsi-Btfetchiñg' away' fof^ány^ niäp, dotted her» sad there with fertile farms . »j4ñ9«sgW»e8téade. r rr^hej^istiiof theraceihad passed away,'and th$ «liriiwr/L^iDerereax^^/Wiiíí Was %álkitíg; rápipUy;]Up and down the picture gallery^witlr it* record oïKfamous aunters looking dówií; upon1 her from the snnlighted wails. Hefe. Äere:.the'jfamily portraits, bearing the! ' stamp clothe true old[' English ¿Idodj bëforec it.had grown sol thm as it had . when4he iast: of-thé racemarried the woman who is pacing' n^and.down this evening, with & proud up-i lijftin& of the jièa...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. MULBERRY TREE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

THE ROMANCE. CHAPTER I. MULBERRY TREE HOUSE. ' I AM afraid there is no help for it, Susan ; 11 have thought it over again and again, till 1 am weary. There seems to be no way of es- j cape.' The speaker is a thin, gray-headed gentle- j inan, with clear-cut, handsome features, and j a very, worn and anxious expression on his \ fáce. His companion is a lady, very quiet Iqoking, with every hair .on her head exactly iii its place, and an air of very great neatness and precision in ber dress. It needs but one glance to proclaim them brother and . sister, and such, indeed, is their relationship. They are sitting at the open window, look- ing out upon a grass plot, in the centre of which.is a fine old mulberry tree, now groan- ing under the weight of delicious purple fruit.» lt is an old-fashioned house-a country house perchance, for some rich citizen in the old days, before London had spread her arms round even their distant suburb. But London had come to them, and all around, were bran n...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER IV, A LITTLE QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

CHAPTER IV, A LITTLE QUARREL. THERE was a great change in Charles Deve- reux since Mulberry Tree House had lost its tee ants-a difference so great, that the old gardener watched him closely. He was very quiet, almost moody at times, took long, silent walks alone, coming home with a set, determined look on his pale brow, and resenting angrily any allusion to the sub- ject. ' You are getting to be quite a pedestrian, Mr. Devereux,' Harry Dormer said one day, Jooking at him the while with quiet scrutiny. ' Am I ?' returned the other. ' Are you not V said Harry, with a covert sneer in his cold tones. ' I suppose there is an attraction somewhere. You know the old song, Mr. Devereux : ' My only books were womcn'ß looks,' And folly all they taught me ?' Then Charles Devereux flushed with pas- sion. ' What d'ye mean V he said, with a muttered oath. ' How dare you speak to me in that way V ' Dare V returned Donner, with a mocking laugh, that pealed again through the air. ' Why should I not s...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER III. KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

CHAPTER III. KEEPING UP APPEARANCES, GJEOEGE VAVASOUR had spoken only too truly when he told his sister how altered their posi- tion would be when he was laid in his grave. Long before the first agony of her grief was over, the evil day had come upon them. It was.very piteous to see rough men tramping heavily about the house, where the shadow ot him these two women loved so dearly had hardly yet departed. ' It seemed such terrible desecration to the sobbing girl, that her young, tender heart al , most broke in the early days of her great Atrial. She flitted from room to room,' iu her i* black dress, bidding the dear old household I gods farewell again and again. Just yet her Prt was full of the parent she had lost ; the scene, when he had laid his poor, thin d .upon her head, and faintly bade God B her with his dying breath. for long j and ^hç awakening came BQ; «nd» tjenlyy80 WgMjt that her last^ay^ af girl- hood were fast Meeting away, never tp return; It was only-when the front o...

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

pwrsaye 4ç^aba las;*^ ¡$ÑF ftbe vtP9PWdt% Jaar ] ^tui^l in, atonny wÚj^Jax^^f^i çl^p^'.é^ut,^ % winiered in t^e [:ji^j^*aia¿ailed it Gardarsbolm;,' ßj^rjby, arás.a "Norwegian, Nadpd, was als« VT^typn.¡ fin 8.6'$ tlw island wasyjsïted ^j^p^||ojrw^w, poke, who remained ^ . jpjw--á¿^^' ^ë^;àaâ.nam^d 'it. IceliuMl.. . Ingold 'driven into ej^le on accolant of ^nielties, per- ; :|petrated,'^bj/( the , Norwegian Çing IJagar ; ^aarsajpfy probeeded, in $74 with his. foster brothes, tb Iceland; and there founded the earliest settlements. These were near the IWace where Reikjayik, Jthe capital of the is- land now stands. Others followed the two brothers, and the island was soon inhabited. From Iceland, Greenland, as is known, was discovered, and from it hardy Norse seamen about the y ear 1,000, reached that part of the American continent now forming Massa- chusetts. It is, consequently, not without, some historical justification that the cele- brated Norwegian violinist, Old Bull, has been col...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] HISTORY. EARLY TROBLES OF THE COLONISTS, Illustrated bya Sketch of the Career of Michael Howe, "The last and worst of the Bushrangers. [From the Hobart Town Mercury.] INTRODUCTORY VIEW OF THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN 1813 AND 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

Jninßtratea . W fc, Sketch pf the Career; of Michael Howe, «(The last md worst of the? * 3ashrangers.'" JWn*&&'*?'&: E. CALM*: IWBOWTOÏOBT Vi»w O^ TH» STATE OF THE :%OKTBY BETWEEN 1813'AND '18. ï THINK that there are but few in the present j *l&e, wno beHeve too implicitly in thè apothegni I . ^hat there was "-indre happiness in the bon dition of those who lived before us, than in j our own ; and aa well as we can anderstand \ from the study of history, there is but little to regret in not having lived in those days, that we too fondly call the /'Good old times." But whether the early times of other countries were good or not, it is not my purpose to enquire into here ; but turning back to those of our own, its early times were none too pleasant"; for what with the murderous onslaughts of our native tribes ; the predaceous acts of bushrangers; the everlasting pursuits of military parties, and their hard bush fightB with the marauders they were after, ...

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

DESECRATION OF THE SABBATH. (To the Eñtor of the Australian.) SIB,-A correspondent in last weeks issue of your valuable paper, signing himself " O Tempora O MoTeis" ought not to be proud of his perceptive faculties, for any school boy would immediately see on reading the letter to which he refers, that I made no reflections upon myself or on any of my fraternity-not likely. I had no idea when I penned ray note of the 21st inst, it should have given rise to such a reply as your known and sycophantic correspondent ha6 favoured us with. He not only goes out oí his way to parade and flatter a few of his friends in the Commission of the Peace ; but in an ignoble manner makes grave reflec- tions upon certs;'in other Magistrates (who do not happen to number among his friends), which facts do- not justify. Had those Magistrates to whom he refers as being unfit to "obtru.de themselves on the bench" .Jüímüwmi-ta i ß«j> hie flagrant appropriations rt I£$ub1i office; «hni*$?" , jtted from at...

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Correspondence. We do not identify our[?]selpes with the opinions of our correspondents.] THE MISSING LINK. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 6 December 1873

wféé>tl^ifâ$uMpi* wiifrßhpinäht of «Jr , <x>rtêpen4*ttti:];. ; ; ? ;? . *? ..i\ :' * " THE MISSING : .; . ( ... ; .- -_:()>_ vi-, 4 . 6|B,^I tab imagine the consternation pf " The Fiadiër" wnen ho read thé paragraph in yourlast -ièsufe, in'which yon unmask that impudent eritie^who, judging Irom ni| own writings, is as little competent to form an opinior» on thc correct «se of words ' as he is to produce' harmony frort? that* instrument he seems to hâve been scraping for twenty-five yeargj , His feelings, when hcTead the paragraph, may perhaps be best'describèd by'a parody 4>f a Verse ia a well-known Song :-? Now the fiddler is quite out bf joiut And-declares that G. D. has used him ill ; Bufc before he will give un hi« point1-, He'll be d -d, and he'll go to the" treadmill. f Soto Sydney Ifcfcy sent bbp, when^epe^ He "began to repent of Hife scribbling And said he'd not" write "any more If they'd let him. go back to hi* fiddling. > Fid(Hedy-iddle«ly-~dee Wh...

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CHAPTER VII. ALONE, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

, THERE had grownup a ^eatr rrieiideHipdbe- » tn een Ji»h»v Wrackati and Charleeildeyeifeufc^ these last few weeks; ¡ The; old man 5feen«?d«f to never tire of the one theme,u iipon^which Charles De^erenix^ was^sery ^elocpiohti' ?! Hi*'< hoi «s and fears, his. love-watching day and1 night; his thoughts of Blanche Vuvftsoan,ihÍ8 ? eager longing to.lbe bf age, 4o ' do; as 'ihe -' pleased with bis great Wealth,-theser woré the topicsi the> two men discussed with: unJ flagging interest.- .> 1 It was a strangë sight to iseethe" old,* wrinkled face, rough an : kêéri, with a rare cunning lighting np the grey eyesj uplifted''' every now and again 'to the eagëT countenance1 of the weak-minded1 yoong man. Johp Wrackà^l, #itbcunning questioning, and half-implied döubtsj fiTiíifuHy:hinted,laid batie Charles Devereqk** ljear^¡a|¡4 rejad^ the/ tho\tghVjw ritten there with great satißfao inglis *bf&<tfeat il^ \ ^iSoo«fér>' tmîn 'CütiP ^toiM^arrf00 himfe WrWík^...

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ARRIVALS ON RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

m,i I'-ÀLÂL^^L'í¿viii S&v±L)J^i£&i ¿%CÍHB' <BHncU?H) trow <OoÎ0( «it1« maiifr, pMlty, wat tie bark, -ami sundries. Í - * JíiÍ J&speraiidnw (Jones) frntrrCoIo, with maize, |ib«ltry|t»g¿i8, and "wutíWbark, Jndustry {Pivscnd^fr^.tha,. MejDonabj, wjtb maize, pnnltr^(«g^)iîid«âtticlrip«i. % ' } Maid of Erin (Bailey)^oru iîîe McDonald, .with maize, poultry ^ggfcf'aqd laundries. 1 "%, lïard Times ( fc>t»tríñgbaui anti Musgrov*) from Lower Fortland, tyith nmize; j.ouitrj , land sundries. k'. SiifiTplk (Leet) from Sackville Reocb, willi poultry, wat) lc bark, and eggs. ,^ I|p|er-McDojiald ( Butlw) from tb« MeD*>n /ldd,^t|^]piijs&é^ poultry, wattle bark,U'ggb, and %nnd ríes. 1 Better Timos (Cbaspliufr) from Wiseman.! Ferry, wU'b'shingles, wattle bark, ¿oultri, ,/ egg«, and sundries.

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[?]ING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

Quarterly Communication hqWw j& %'®i®ffr masons Hall, |<ont&p^o& W*NÍ¿S|o%, theM $ay^;Jj^ Earl of Carnarvon, S. W.-, pepp^^oÂ^^r. <ar^$r^ : Uci*y to tbe dispassion, as it appears io ike priuted^^ort of jferpceodiinnj of CNfd I- Lodge " .o;}, ¡f'h.-f..; The Grand Registrar said, the resolution be was about to move had been framed by him- self in obedience to the instructions of the Most Worshipful Grand Master. It must be vvell known to most of. the members of Grand Lodge that there was a distinct lai^ which pre-, vents Brethren appearing in public processions or at funerals iû masonic clothing without baying the sanction, of the Grand . Master or the Grand Master of the province or district, ; and the punishment incurred by its infraction was-exceedingly severe. Art, II, page .94 of the Constitutions is to the following effect :? If any Brother shall attend as a Mason, clothed in any of the jewels or badges of, the Craft at any funeral o...

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ALFRED DALTON—THE OLDEST PEDESTRIAN IN THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

ALFRED DALTON-THE OLDEST PEDESTRIAN IN THE COLONY. ALFRED DALTON is a native of Parramatta, and was born on the 20th March, 1831 ; his height is 5 foot 6 inches; and he 'used 'to weigh, whén ih condition, 9 6tone. pe was' first brought into notice as a pedestrian by Messrs. Charles Roberts and Daniel ..Mayne, and ran his first public match at Pitt Town, for £5 a-side against Road-the distance be- ing 100 yards, and he giving Read three yards start. Dal ton WOJJ th is race with ease. He next beat Jurd, ot the McDonald, 100 yards for £20 a-sîde. Received £5 forfeit from Brown, of Pitt Town, and afterwards beat Lynch, of the Wollombi, in a 100 yards race for £40. He álsó beat Keary, of Parramatta, and Rutherford, of Parramatta, in a Í00 yards race for £40, and afterwards received forfeit in a 150 yards match with thé same man. He was again matched with Rutherford for £50 a side, and beat "him. Received forfeit from R. A'dcorn in a lOOyards match ; and again beat Jurd, of the McDoiïàld,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?]OWS. [?] ON [?] THE WO[?]ING [?] OF THE MANGH[?]TER UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

In ta« year 1868we had.425*095 members. U i^^imifist^e Uâ 470i043 *.-..:&> - Being kn increase in the year of 44,948,, ' In the year 1868 we admitted "28,484 members. " " '1869 " 30,809 " '.' . " - 1870 " 22,976 " " J 1871 " 85,260 Being a total in 5 years of 158i728 In the year 1868 the capita) of the Society was .- -j . r. - - .:, £ ? e d . 2,727,116 9 9 ' " 1869 " " 2,891,888 3 1 "1 1870 " " 8,012,026 17 7 " ! 1871 " " 3,164,165 6 ll n 1872 " " 3,826,520 8 2 Contributions, &c, and Interest. ; RECEIPTS. , r £ «. d. 1868 ... ... 528,247 8 1 1869 ... ... 537,255 6 ll 1870, t . ... 588,282 - 1 6 1871 ... , 581,717 7 9 1872 ... ... 595,044 1 0 7 Total ... £2,800,546 14 10 .!' EXPENDITURE. £ fl. d. 1868 Sickness ... 270,238 10 0 " Death ... 77,073 15 0 ; 847,807 5 0 1869 Sickness ... 289,445 4 1 " Death ... 82,369 3 ll 871,814 8 0 1870 Sickness ... 318,119 ll 4 " Death ... 87,028 0 0 ¡: . ' 400,142 ll 4 1871 ßickness ... «19,666 14 10 " Death ... 98,491 10' 2 - H...

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MUSHROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

MUSHROOMS. , Some useful advice on the subject of mush- j i rooms was given by Mr. Justice Denman in j the Central Criminal Conrt last week, on the occasion pf the grand jury throwing out a I bill of indictment against a gardener who was I charged with murdering a fellow-servant by giving her poisonous mushrooms to eat. Although there was no reason to suppose i that the prisoner had any felonious intention j in giving the deceased the mushrooms, yet three persons were dangerously poisoned by them, and one actually died ; the fungi being I so much like mushrooms that even a skilled j witness saw nothing in them to distinguish them from those articles of food. Mr. Jus- tice Denman thought it was desirable that because, Uff ne~\mr; «justice posed, they wer4;*ed-tra -decayed roots f vere perhaps tainfödkrihqpöisM. That so, added the juchje,; i Jet' eyeiybody beware of ' eating mnshroómi)Twh^^ro^rrjiiider trees/ So many persons hWe^.Mnf uxne to tíme come to an untimely ena1 tnrougn ealin...

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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE usual fortivghtly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday last. Present : tho ; Mayor, Aldermen Primrose, Moses, Gosper, and Linsley. MINUTER. The tn inn tes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COU Ii E8PON DENCE. A letter from the Inspector of Nuisances, reporting that he had made an inspection of the property in the Borough, and found them as a general rule cleanly, and drawing atten- tion to a stagnant pool of water in Union street. The letter« were received, and the second one referred to the Works Committee. The Council Clerk reported that he had rec« ived the sum of £28 2s. arrears of rates, and stat eil that he would call upon them up to the iSOLh instant, being the last for issuing summonses in thc next petty debts court. QUESTIONS. Aldcrmau Muses asked the Major how it

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PROLOGUE. CHAPTER IV A LITTLE QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

.1 Ai&f ^Si^<^oi^ik»^.ik^ jpw g^t%t|»l|^nâ{&e wavesjbisibld hut îroond hifoheÎfcït-^I tímuY I et^rby way ? clear/ mtlWBw^ohp¡1 Wraokall ^ : ¡' tbankfl to tbis qoíO^IÍátee^b» sid* to i take. " If con ld oi^|§|ij^i^^ fineC fití^^f^a^g^ life I'^óald^tilyílbit;: m^-ja^Mi*rrwi» kairjws ?! ¡ Ab, there is Mr. tiKW^htfoUyix ¿f Letime tbinit^-iflt&e think'!' -

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CHAPTER VIII. I DO NOT LOVE YOU. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

CHAPTEB Viii; . I DO NOT LOVB VÖÜ. A WTOK1 pàëeed on in dreary silence, ind Susan Vavasour -was in her grave, beàidë the: brother shé bad loved BO well, and cherished so dearly. Hurry Dbrmer had gone to Doctor Jordan in deep sorrow. ' i4 What* is to be done, Jordan, about the affairs.of Miss Vavasour?* Harry said. *Can I'do anything?' ' * Leave it all to me,' the young doctor re- plied ; 4 I will see everything. That will be uèst, depend on it? ?\ So the matter had been arranged, and the dazed girl had been taken by the "kindly woman who kept the house, and petted and made much of during that dreadful week.1 They put her into a black dress, trimmed deeply and heavily with sombre crape.' Doctor Jordon càmc down the day after the funeral, settled all the bills, abd won golden opinions by his cheerful manner and grave, pitying tenderness. Miss Vavasour had better stay with you for a month or two,' he said, quietly ; ' and I wdl come and see her now and again. An" the more cheerful 6he ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] OF THE COLONI[?]TS. [?]sted by a Skelch of the Career of [?] Hows "The last and worst of the Bushrangers." [From the Hobart Town Me[?]ry.] [?]DURCTORY VIEW OF THE STATE OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN 1813 AND '18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

jj^HEPfmaroRY ~ Varar' OF - TIÏË> STAÎB OV^HK' |J||^ in*the. cha-. ^fnn^- ¿j|e^f l'^li^n^'^piú» ' heroes--7!pf: Ï^WÊÎ W^^^^^9 °^^i wbnldrr-wbpm ti^f «¡ i - ,t¡ " A love of flowery , . £:^j^e^we^|iî| spirit into.^wer ïjoui^.". ^.fjß^^S^^^.j^m well into boyhood :^'%as placed on board a. merchant ship of .§|fott, to commence life on bis own account : i^d be actually sprved twp years of his ¿ apprenticship without bolting ; a thing so unusual ;ini the life of this sctàpe^raoe and 'runaway, that it must on no account y^^i>aö©8 over 'witíioáí' notice. He then '..^^romt'tííís service lie' pasi^ by an.\ almost! ^ppRjjfrl (position,, into tnat ' oi his King and aoutttry, that is.to say he entered on board , a -[manowar,, but whether voluntarily or through the agency of the press-gang, I have no information ; nor do I know how long he remained in it, or whether he took any part in the stirring events of the time. But to a man so impatient of restraint as he, it is easy to understand, th...

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