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CHAPTER IX. JOHN WRACKALL'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

when .Harry ;£qgngr jpaDed fl^^fc&Ää 'be was so unprepared. It was very c>ft(|Bí££b& to her the mention of his name : m^k&M; -it slue wouta.see Ki^^^^^ OO^MW|^^L|^; ; ' téhe)iaft;fe^ 7 those Who jina S|e|( vér^ weíéo^n| H in tne'tiW ^ she hadgone dów^ítp t¿e}iMe\)^^v^'mf|¡^tl^ a smile of, welcpíne, that sentjhe ¿r^aó^^j-^ -beating heart of the loyer'û^^ï^'^J^^ 'f' She came forward with outsiiebáédlh>m|, '. wondering meanwhile at fhe f^ur^ot^ij^qr.,j '^Dormer, as tuey alternately flushed ajid b^fjo beneath Ker g$ze. , ,. \,.,. ¡. " ' They ( talked ' of different mattere .for and tbén; somehow, theygrew? ú &j^^óí^ ^ past, Wjth its troumesj. ^^'[^^p^a^^f^ --grew to speak of it in f^nes..bt/¡teMer regret and sympathy, and as she w>s so^jsor grossed that she . never np^îeéiî.^l^^JuA^: taken herhsta^làhjl f as lootinglift, w}% love and compassion,'" f <v' »{jr'¿>\V ¡d' * What do you propose to do .^V$W ^fÇpfil''»E Miss' Vavasour ?' he...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
W'NDSOR POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 6th 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

W.ND8UU POLICE COURT. Saturday, Detr miter Otb. 1873. BEFOHE 'J. B. .Johnstone, John Ducker, J. M. M'Qunde, li. KiclmrdV. IXDKCKNT ASSADI.T. Thomas Laue nus charged with indecently leiided tlef|ridiliit it» George-street Wiidsor. i II the ojglït i)Fjjth<'^Srd instant, by virtue »fi '. wiirrnij||pro4uced wherein be wu* charger4 *,vitli Molro sly »md violently assaulting on» tant» Lee, with intent to commit a rsi|'.e ; ii) jMiswèr to thî1 charge In» said lie did not kn<»v nythîiig about it. The warrant hus bec ! ' -iKiied on a written complaint made by Jan* iP»». To Mr.-; Neilsjm : he preparedA tb. vr iton comp'aint and the warrant, and tool hem both with her before a magistrate, win igned the warrant upon ber sworn informa on. Dr. Sell»irk said lie knew a roman nairn1' lane Lee she resides in Windsor; ho ex mined her head on thc 3rd instant, she wa longlit to him by Sergeant F.tapitrirk : he |toiuted to ber head as to where she wa mri; on examining it he found t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER VI. THE PLOT THICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

CHAPTER VI. THE PLOT THICKENS. MR. DORMER came in the evening, as he had promised, but not alone. He brought his friend :the doctor, a quiet young man with him, who talked to the invalid kindly, inspir- ing1 her with much cónfiaence. He waá cheerful before going into that next room with Miss Vavasour. When be returned, there was great pain in bis looks. ' I will send you some medicine imme- diately, Miss Vavasour, and I will call again in a few days,' said Dr. Jordan, quietly/ ' Meanwhile, it will be well for you to remain indoors as uiurh as possible.' Then the gentleman said 1 Good night' and the Ivomen were left alone. ' Well,; Jordan, what do yon think of her, eh?~nothing very serious, I hope?' said a^jlkiito, tidily. woùfô eipWtoiärfe*1 Ítófóry^eloBgtñ^ to{ .'èwrf/iU:-,uU- ' k^»t:.,.-?.3 «-.iv yr^iw ; j ' Th^ ^a## hi^^ 'indeed*;1'*' «ab1 -We^'&äfdiiäUitffö ^tiiäe'?or iqthë# Tatnell ^ ^éai^^^eêft^Jöiîa*^y|, iporlirïr^witn^à gfëàt dëgre¥firotî in hi« Volcei ;6nr«é! f«i&am...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER V. WATCHING AND WAITING! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

A,1pOKTKiuTdipússed¡álowly awsyjeine»-Míes - Vjr?i^ürjjoi'lvBliTláche,áad takria'poesessioíi of îtoulîieir: borné. . A m(mth<óf> doobt/and antfi^fctfcwi d^ppbjntmeát y every day leâ tb^hopftítbáímíide their'hearts 60 sitik ,^íÍQíf|tfy. BS ^bey liv^d; carefnliyi -'fisi'MifBi T^Étoonrotreasnk^ .Ind. boarded lier Utile ? sl^J^f imone^, the táme ws^.fjwti'tery fa*t/» . j^^^bia^^bfflïJÉhe iastí'golden coiß'Hiaet' be^áwiwigedi andi tàéri grim î'waa^woa^ stirings &einr ¡very durdin thetface -radeedl Tbeiplwii tußy ibad formed hod *umöd xmt a dismal failure j . teaching was at' ä discount,ä andißnp^iwuld ritt be/óbtamed. > Unkndvrö aBiÜifey-,were,'shrinking -frofca5'contact %itfc rougher and less sympathetic nalür^^h«y^ stood no chance in-the-world of which they Jf^5fi¥ 8&SBm#t° y#ara plder m tbesJ J^stSfat weekj, and, .went m% cheerfully fot jjieir,,Jtfjje erfands,meeting!eveiywhepe wit&^^pa| ^spTOt ^fjUxxiration, bat finding; MSwáff feiWêi^i^ ........

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 — 13 December 1873

All fl IOU C. R. B : DWc LL Sc CO, A Ü CT IO .VKK'BS, AND G RX ET A L HOMMIS- I OX AGEXTS, - RICHMOND, WIND OR, AM) -YON V. C. K. BEO'V IJ< conducts «iilfR hy Auf ion on l'i|p day «nd F-idny. Ht ÜHÍIWÍIV Tvrmhius, -yd <y. Account-ules re do»ed un i MmkirL uduuis gire on d ty after s;t!e, at nur Wi,id« r Oflic*,1 ÉLU 3 Sc COMPANY, Auctioneers & Kommission Agents. JM/£ #V F J ÜCTION PROD UCK DEPOT, 763 Geo.^e-btreet South. 8YIINKY, P.rtf me «le of CHUIP, *h »-p. Titube. Pig*, *'H1VC?. form md I »»¡cy I'rudu e, Wool, I'mW, HI «* hwf #k n*. » Reimf ir Sties<-tttertl>»tii Ttmrgdit/a, $ FtiAiys, All Proditor t rwinled wil, on remid. of »*vip«* te cvmimd lo ine ¿>ep«t, fro¡u ihn Kelway Stutioi or Wli rvrs FRhE UP CHARGE TO TUB ? ENDER. BUTLER & INCLJS, General Auctioneers. A Sh OATTLfr SALE Ul EX, Railway Sale Yards aaá Anetian Mart 703 GKOR K ST « KUI' S »ü TH, -YI»N.-Yt ?iff' Bfgu'ír S .IM b. Aue i<>n, «n Tuend».»« »nd ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

Ji^Wefoliéeth«J;|iW» éatídMal^|ßwm -}âr Hfilt*8jächnnl }iavcvni'cn SHCCCJPsTul nt tl»« r< pent 0ib ic ,E.vamitiati«>ns lnld ait the Un «.<'?r8it.jp; Mr. J. H«JI»I.'S in S«K\ f (The Civi Service) ; Hoc V (Mathematics); Sec. V (History) of tin* .Junior Division. Ami Mt Jonathan Hassall in Sec. Ill (Latin); S«*< 1 Y,( Arithmetic", Algebra. and Logarithms) Soc. V Í Euclid ) of the iSenior. ÖBiTrAi.Y.-On Sunday last the 7th in s<ant, Airs. Elizabeth Sullivan un o'il residen «»f (he Hawkeobnry, di«tl nt lb«* M'DonnM ber tiiuno is well ku <wn to all tho old hamb She wiis 73 years of age at the time nf lie d«*ath. and ibo widow of Mr. .lorry Sullivan many years a resident «if the Ha« Icesbury. Ora ALMANAC---With tlie fir.»t issue i> our journal in «lanuary next, will bo presento' grut s t»» or.r subscribers, au almanac l'or tli< year 1874. WINDSOR REGATTA.-The rules and reg« lat'» n« for the aquatic Pigeon Match ar« pub...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13TH., 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 December 1873

SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13THm ItîWI. ! Tas Government have introduced their nev *' jBieotoral Bill into the Legislative Assembly Inhere it has been read a first time. The Ac 13th Victoria, or the Klectoral Act of 1866 ii by the new measure repea'ed ; and provisioi is made for the return of ninety-one tnemben to the Assembly, who will represent seventy seven electorates, and the University ot rod- ney. The electoral districts of blast and Weal Sydney are to ret uni four members ead) Braidwood, Camden, Canterbury, Carcoar, Gulgong, Liverpool Plains, and East Mac- quarie returns two members each-and all tbt other electora es one member for each elec- torate. The representa'iou of the country is to be on a population basis and provision it made for increased representation ; foi instai ce, any elect«-rate returning one member alia', when the electors on the roll reaches 3,00 *, Le entitled to return one additional uiembei. Every candidate shall be nominated by per- sons eligible to vote, and...

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WRECK OF THE AGRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

WRECK OF THE AGRA. (From an occasional Correspondant of Jl* ftmet.) TUB wreck of the steamer Agra, bound fifo« , Calcutta to London Tia the Sues Canal, just outside the port, is as incomprehensible as was. that of the Rangooa last year. She had jual arrived off the port, hal taken a pilot on board, and was only waiting room to bs Oai^e for her in the anchorage ground inside by the departure of the Peninsular and Oriental fflaU boats, when the idea occurred to the captain . that he might as well anchor outside, and eo save bis fuel. The pilot let go the anchor too near a well-known rock, and the sea, tumbling in as it knows how to tumble off Gaile in the south-west monsoon, caused her chain cable « to part and the vessel to surge heavily on thé rock. The work of destruction vas rapid ; those on board were startled by the metallic'' sound of the ripping iron sides of the steamet as her hull was torn in shreds by the piercing ' rock. There was no time to be lost. The vessel was fist fi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1873. (Before J. M. McQuade.) DRUNKENNESS, &C. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1873. (Before J. M. McQnade.) DRUNKENNESS, &C. John Stephens w¡is charged with being drunk in Windsor, and, pleading guilty, was fined lUs. or 48 hours iraol. The same de fendant pleaded not guilty of assaulting a con- stable in thc execution <>f his duty. Constable Michael Raper said that defen- dant had been recently discharged fron» gaol having served a sentence there ; he went to the gaol on Friday afternoon ; be was drunk, and was told td go away ; he sat there and abused the constable, and while his back was ! tamed, defendant got iuto the gaol, and was «nd was fi® fis .f th« ten Í tíve. : Charles Coe t hnnrs gapl.| the whole rhtnnuient to ne Romula* ST ASSAULT. s charged with an assault .«i oit'^p^fc#êati, with intent toMo grievous' ».dily'harpi. ^ \ Dr. Selkirk said that he was called upon to e" amine a man, name4 Gt orge Dean, on the lt)th instuut;; jie fhad jeeeiv^d *t¡|injury n*^ 'lie left eur, fr^nf »ii...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20TH., 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

(Slîc Qlnsttalùn. SATURDAY, DECEMBER '20TH., ''im. THAT there is a necessity fur increased achoo' ?accommodation at Wilberforce, no one can deny ; the only question which ames is of what particular class it should be. There i one thing plainly to be seen, that the inhabi- tants are against the denominational system, or else why send their children sn many miles to the public school at Windsor ? It is evi- dent something is wrong and that there is a jar somewhere, or, else the fine school-room at ihe township would not remain partially empty - there not being more than sixteen children present at the last examination. Who is to blame for this state of affairs we are not aware It may be, perchance, the Local Board or the schoolmaster ; at all events it is a very un- desirable state of things, and measures should at once be taken to remedy the evil. A cor- respondent states that there are -¿'bout 15*' children in the township and vicinity-and yet only sixteen go to the Ional school whi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

*, Better Tîfi$8^|^^ T Ferry, iritb 20 bushel* mni?e, *g|8, j^hry, graw, wattle b^rk,^butterf «H»|p, aides, waHabya. «nd PÄ* S'*JT i& 4 * rerseverätice xWAlwt^^WrooíiBe Mcüon* aid, with maize, ponltry, hiríefvaiá pigs. Haid of Erin (Bailey) from.theM* Donald .. with maize, poultry and et-gs. 1 maiee,íoro9Kes and sundries* ; ]f

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

A ii i'i lon «r». Q* R. Br D\A/feLtL Sc OQ. A UCT IO N B E RSy AND 0 EN RF A L COMMISSION AGEHTg, RICHMOND, WIND *0R, AND sYDN^Yi 0. R. BE0WM.T» conduct« Sates by Aw'ion. on Tue dny und Friday, at HHÍIWJIV Tmnini» *yd¡ <y Account'^HICH rendered and Murkst advices givei. j on d iy after «ale, at our Winder Office. j F LL IS Sc COMP AN Y. Auctioneers & CommisMoii Agfrnle. RAILWAY AUCTION PMDUCE DEFU% 763- George-btreet South, 8 Y fíNEY. For tne vile af ¡Cattta, Shuep. Lambs, Pig«; ("'«Ive«, Parin «jd 0airy" í'rodu^e, Wool, Tallow, Ifi.ies. ^ h'enpsk ns; ftc Regular Sales-Tuerfays Thurtâ*y»% % Fridays. All Produoe tcinriirded witt, on rec«*i|Vt of a «rice, be minored to the Depot, from the Rat! tray Station or Wh»nr«# FRKB Or CHARGE TO THE -ENDER. . AJNiAFM tiwi cBirruv ' FOI TOOTHACHE. ii,1 TÍT AVINO au1fe,red'sev.ei«eïy from the »bore ,' ; ¡ jfli Í i distressing malady, and After trying it the best known remédies without experiencing ; any relief, 1 commenced a ser...

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 — 20 December 1873

Notice to the Public. FRESH ARRIVALS .. AND ~"-\ ? ' ' * GREAT REDUCTIONS |0R JOHN A. DAWlON, BEGS to inform bis "friends àndhe public tbut be has just opened ! ad is now showing ihe Jargf6t and best Stoekjf General Drappry ever exhibited in this djstict, which he is determined, to .sell at ail Jin ense RE- DUCTION for CASH until after/the didays of Christmas--commencing this/day, iz . ! GENTLEMKK'S CLO» INO (gentlemen's New and Fat h i wähle nits ready made. / j | Do. ;Blue Diagonal I](get Cfars. - Do. ' Cloth and Twee/ SacsJSsingle aud double breaded, j * *Do. Alpaca, Silk, aJ LiW Coats. Do. Hats ¿ill sizes« aaliticsjaud prices. 'Boys'-and..-jfoutlis' do/ . ¿do j do. MenVandiYouths' Shirl/Collar*, and Ties. Men's Hosiery, Braces, M Belts! Hat Covens, Sun ¡Shade^nd Uiu)rellas, &c. ! LADIES' DE/RTMENT.] Printe, white and colo/ed~Muslhs in great varW; - Figured and plain Lu/res-very fashionable. Black and coloured Jtacas and G'bur^hs. British Prench ;Me/noR, aird French Twill...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

CHAi jLi-il XT. i AN INtjaoDüCTION TO CHARLES PEySREgX>>^ I THE evening arrived when John Wraekall anoTl Charles Devereux stood before th#eöUage( i wherein resided Blanche Vavasour* | Charles tries in vain to still the exultant 1 throbbing at his heart, as he listens to his, companion's knock at the door. {g<tfj Blanche tripped down the stairs t to^jjH John Wraclcall, with no thought of ft'RS^PII other than giving a kindly wélcjftigye^^/u¡4m old friend of the past. She had got to tajt^fl a great interest in the old gardener during kk?> long illness ; and when he had gir>wn convalv escont, and could talk to her, his shrewd, pleasant conversation amused and pleased the voung girl immensely. Tire« there was an undercurrent of deep j gratitude in the old man's Bpeech that was aB ? ? far from displeasing te her in the dreary days of her young life, that seemed to have parsed ? away so long since now. She had been Very proud of the beautiful^ flowers he had been won...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY 16TH DECEMBER, 1873. (Before J. M., McQuade and Richard Ridge, Esquires, J.P.'s.) PITT v. CRADDLICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

TUESDAY 16Î:I DECEMBER, 1873, (Before J. M.,McQuade and Richard Ridge,' Esquires, J.P.'s.) PITT V. 'CKADDLICK. ^ ? Thomas Craddlick pleaded guilty, as..an. apprentice, to leaving die service of his mas* ter, Mr. Charles Pitt, abd "was seriieUjced to . three days' solitary confinement. . ' .*.?:.,?* THE POLICE V. ._ABN<)LP. - r'*À Larceny.-Charles Henry . Arnold wall charged With stealing three head of fowls frrji Miss Roberts. iJB Constable Bressington produced trffl fo^H and deposed to having received one pair fr^H Mrs. Byrne, and the third fowl from -Mr« Daley, of Cattai Creek. , . 1 Isabella Byrne stated that she had bought' fowls at various times from .defendant,-'thar the three produced were purchased by bJ from defendant about last Wednesday weeli, for which she pail! him 8s, a pair.* She after- wards sold one of these to Mrs. Daley/at Cattai Creek. Sarah Roberts was called, and identified the fowls as her property. They were worth, she thou ght, 12s. She did not kn...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] CHAPTER IX. [?] VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

'yi^4i*j«r>' beéh -ten,tfj|tefr^etfft\ ítfiiat» f«i oaubt io e8ttíemí«o*h ^prii^oettl from yw t^jpatlys; ¿rd>¡fiao,*nt;ií ca*ri^be;%& yoii*1 ;^^mlI*BV« fe*be|?in my^fef^Ir. fcJB&rní?í? .and thwican nevéhhe.' ís..-«r.::-\ *-; . ^íBegia^fr witb n»\' he -ifctart*^^** bfclp x^akfti wiiee;. * it" paitirt'íníé 'sb' when" ymi^ spéak like that ; it simnds Ro/lfínelr; and' faf i .Wayland I-o-Iiove yon so deafly !' * V:F* ' 1 «Une »hake« her hiwd with á'Wonhífhlsmfle*.5 ? ^^tto^-h^ind^MaaM^t^nnnt^-''¿' i . üawe* .«aty -.:a^*hnáibl*i'; Jiomel- .Mi"^ Vava^rpbut.atf beaven 4wáW: mt^*' I i&íea^ by«ty, gaeattJotu that my wh6îe'|ifé: sHaU líe4' sp^ntáfr sWelding'-yeü < fronr the «títfmi T have» seen y*o¿o * <*d - often" facing' the - rough* ' winde; roughiwefc'to"tfK>h «í« tue9, mñ*t have' lolled, im, ^sfV<fe¡i1rly !^to' lakeAyotf 'to my* heart, ito strew your-path with flowers, HhàVT? havtf beeb , half trfddHiv tny> love, r Blanc...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER X. HARRY [?] COUSIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 December 1873

«ABBY ôônMwa Wöjsim. ???* It; WÄB*ft'terrible time to^Ä^f Dormer aft|? thîiî*inWyièw^ wit¥-'Bfà*ip^Ç^;f tw¿vnW trçrw» of: the frían,5 one So gond afetfile, tbt* other soj steyn and cynical; battle fie^y^alu(0^t'töirin|f his heart in shr&%, in th¿í lonely period after' his love-dream wad been so mercilessly dispelíed. V The trembling hope that had so brightened hife 16tiäy7 life'hod 'pröu^rlit out every good trait in his character-hatl s»irred his soul to lofty aspiration ° and daring ambition ; but ¡jnow-now that the incentive to action was j taki'ii from him* hesank into a listless apathy. j *-He had gone up to Doctor Jordan's, with shaking limbs and , fever-stricken frame, and I his friend had taken him to the light and ex aniîiî^'hlm'-closèlyV with grieved surprise. ' Why, Donner, in heaven's name, tell me what yon; have been'doing to get into this state ! You have been drinking hard, surely V J Yes, Jordan, drinking hard indeed ; and the worst of it is. it does not help ...

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The Australian. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24TH., 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

gljc ^Jstrçtliait. \¿ IATU.I*J3AY, JANUARY 24TH., 1874. B^RT, dirt-inore dy-t 1 When will we have * sit to say that the unclean shambles of Wind sor are purified ? Hercules, we are told, per ! formed wonders, but it would be a most Her- culean task to eradicate the unclean things from our midst-judging from the disgusting effluvium which now and then crops up. The last new little piece of dirty work which re- quires a great deal of cleaning, was that per Vmed ftt a hole and corner meeting, held at parraba Hotel, Windsor, on Friday 16th me^nt\ upon ^at occasjOJlj a few worthies bsscuiJejsjpy t¡ie ostensible; purpose of elect- ing trustees fnt IJaQl Combon, well knowing tlat the deeds '^âarkness perpetrated at that nueting would Wu- ~,v~tb<; ^ghi. "e Any It V ^at generally understood ay ^ meeline, call^Lby 'he senior trjfêiee, iras postponed iintiliff- ^Uowi^g Thursday, yet, notwith-i this, some persons who delight in tage of a mistake as follbws T^e trustees I election for...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

Coton Calfc, ÏRESBYTERY OF THE HAWKE6ByV'"t^^H Prßbytery held its ordinary quarterly peeÄ ing on Wednesday, 21st Japaary, \ St-^J Adrew's Manse, Parramatta. TheRev.] Jaics Cameron, of Richmond, *as appointed | Mderator for the ensuing twelve monis. 3T. MATTHEW'S (Cfftrnf** OF ENGLAJD). Anew (stained elws wi*dow has been pdded ¿otb is church, very beautiful ii design and j j wwVmanship. The coloaring is peculiarly rich j j ¿nd detp, and well suited to the bright Hght pf the climate. The subject of the window , is the y/sit of t!ie thtee women to the tomb of our Lord ; Mary Magdalene, Mary the »other of Janes, and Salome, to embalm his fcody. These three figures occupy the princi- pal place in the centre of \ the window. A portion of the tomb is shotin on *hich one of the women has placed a lox of ointment. Above the tomb the angel appears, announc- ing tue resurrection of the , Saviour. The principal effect of colour is in the dresses of the women, which are exquisitely painted. Ligh...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETING OF CREDITORS—MOSES & HOPKINS ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

MEETING OF CREDITORS-MOSES & HOPKINS ESTATE. A MEETING of the creditors in the estate of Messrs. Moses & Hopkins was held at the Barraba Hotel, Windsor, on Monday last. Mr. S. T. Greenwell was voted to the chair, and said that the meeting had been called for .the parpóse of feeing what could be done to protect their interests. He did not know what tho assets or liabilities of the firm might be ; but it appeared to him that their con- duct was of a most disgraceful character, to rob persons out of their hard earnings, and not .return the proceeds of the sale of produce placed in their hands for disposal. He was only a small loser, but to many of these poor persons the amount of their loss was a large one. "He saw Mr. Hopkins in the room, who would; perhaps explain how the affairs of the firm were situated. Mr. Hopkins said he would give ali the in- formation that lay jn his power, and ~=vnvr any questions put to kim. He was placed at H ilieadnantage, not having any bo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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