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MEETING OF COMMONERS. RICHMOND HILL COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

MEETING OP COMMONERS. RICHMOND HILL COMMON. À HEETiNa of the above took place at Hanabus' Ina, M'Graths hill, for the purpose of electing five Trustees for Mulgrave, or as it is termed Richmond Hill Common. Mr. M'Quade was in the chair, and read the sec- tion of the act bearing on the case. x Mr. D. Cuneen proposed that Mr. M'Quade :,> be one of the trustees. :Mr. J. B. Johnstone proposed that the election be taken by ballot, and that two fcfntineers, be appointed. tfhe motion was put : and ¡ the meeting de «îded to conduet the election by open voting. Mr. vMay proposed that Messrs. John Gow, ^. Ed^d Raper, and J. B. Johnstone be trus ' tees. ¡Mr. J. B. Johnstone proposed that Mr. : May be a trustee. There being no other çan#dates proposed the-. Chairman. dtiela^'rilónos. John Óow, Edward Raper, J. B. Johnstone, C. W. May, k «nd J. M. M*Quade duly ele«ted\,trastees for r^he «nsuing three/years. t M»y May than roae and said he did nofr see fhwhy tbey should go at Railway speed, th...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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HAM COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

HAM COMBON* I A meeting of the commoners was Jjeld ài Wm School of Arts, Richmond, on Wednesday H^fer the purpose of electing fire trustees. BP. Onus, genr,, Esq., (Mayor of Richmond), ||ro.6emar trustee, preside^,,and stated; the îo^ect that had^alled them together, rfrroposed by Mr. Price that Itfr. J; Onus ¡tbe^ne of the trastees. \: .;£^0Mi%jMirr,lln^n^ ¿hat Mr. W. T. Price bVa trustee. ' Prosed!^;ï^ PnwlàatlÂr. Wm. £púth be a trustee. : Proposed byjMr. Pariée fchat J. Hplmes,.of Windsor, be a trustee. Proposed by Mr; Roberta;that-Mr, Wm. jiGosper be a toja^e. K^W>osedJ^^^.Kelly that Mr. George. ^^^^^^^Bj%yke that fJragford R. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?K^^^^^^^^^Hßmas^ express himself as Hfc natl don«, wiiwV frad?» pvft^a^i^sB^0ti Mcquade. «$H& Davies ; Ho, not in |tnw instance,'but to his conduct m the case "at issue.] He hoped the nieè^n^ #P!àh} take no notice of j the eemarks, as they were un ¡ called for. I A ballot was then taken, which resulted as |,fpUpws :. j Mr. Jo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] CONFLICT WITH THE [?] OF POSEN. [?] Berlin.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

world, avffV^^^^^^^^Be the Prussian Government^^^^^H^atriotism of MB heart ; and iu dl^H^^ne inflicted no injury at all on the PolÄa cause-on the contrary, he rendered it thèSbest service in his power. By professing his desire to be nothing but a Churchman, he gained the confidence of our ! short-sighted MinirteV ot Public Worship, and aided that Minister in upholding his principles j i in Posen in spite of all the attacks in ¿he Land- j , tag, to the great injury bf the State. But it was, in truth, quite indifferent, and the effect was the same, whether the Prussian State and Germanism were undermined by a champion of the Bomish Church, or whether that was doró in ¿he name pf Polish nationality. For aWdle Archbishop Ledochowski concealed the p*ud and fiery Pole within him, but he soon » le fall the mask, and nor the German Govern . tint has for years been fought against by the Jimate of Poland. His perverse disobedience / of a different and mp^» derious importance ix&n that...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] HISTORY. [?] OF THE COLO[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

?^^^Bäti) Gateer of |^^H£ worst of the *Wown Mercury.'] .OF TftB STATE OF THE 9S 1813 AND '18. Carthy and seven soldiers unteers, with Black Mary ed the gang to their re 'hnston's hut at the Tea thof July of 1817. Both emselves directly ; but such was f rain then descending, that the ides, either hung fire or else at all. A soldier named posed to Geary, but some before either made a hit. t chance, through the other ig his head, and he fired, fod but not quite true, the ball quite close to it, and sending 'ark frrgmenti into his face. " ad shot¿ said Geary cooly, when he saw that he had missed his man-, * but the next shall be better,' and he proceeded to reload ; but by this time th efrain had so damped and fouled the touch-hole of his piece that it was necessary to clear it out, and he raised his leg for a rest whilst he dried it, projecting it a little beyond the tree and hus giving away a chance. Sullivan then fired e ball taking fatal effect, by passing com- ly through his thigh...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] CONTEST [?] GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

?Ki IA STIC AL CONTEST ^?^B^ERMANY. ^^^^^^H^^rcrnment continues to carry m^^^^^Hticalpolicy very vigorously. ^^B^^^^^^fcowski, Arghbisbop^ _; lees belüíekp^tó^ j Tie) J^ovcrnment nave di»wn flip'a Sup Ecclesiastical Biti, which aims Wishing the right of deposing y prelates against whom the State appeal to any spiritual superior in the The right of deposition-^wäLnot be i to Government, but will be vested gal tribunal already provided, which xercise summary power. Another ^aportance ip. connection with this " as accurred at Berlin. The old ishop Reinkens took the oaths the Constitution in the presence jster of Public Worship and several Previous to the ceremony, the Public Worship delivered an ch he pointed out that justice help the Old Catholics jtgjye unto Cosar that which Í8^fi8Elír's. Bishop Reinkens replied - in a similar sense, and then t«ok the oaths. The formula used contains the following pas- sage :-' I promise to observe all this all the more inviolate as Ï am certain, tha...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL ENGLISH MAIL. FOURTEEN DAYS' LATER PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

SPECIAL ENGLISH HAIL. FOURTEEN DAYS' LATER PAPERS THE name of Abd el Kadr bad almost faded from memory, the veteran chief having hpjí ceased to trouble anyone's peace. Btá^^f mention of his death, which is said to.l^H .taken place at Mecca, recalls the days wqjl he exerted himself so splendidly, and for J long time so successfully, in resisting Frenc« advance in Africa. France was long haffleJ but at length the great military nation arouse to put forth its strength, and sent ovejH enormous army, headed by the gcnerah^^H acquired perhaps a renown as sinistcr^^^| ( Africans.' Their mission was to cdj^^^^H any price, and without the least resÉ^^^^J consideration but the object performed their work relenV^^^^^^^^H ually, and the flourishing Ffti^^^^^^^H is their proud memorial. J^^^^^^^^H crushed, and finally hunt^^^^^^^^^H promise that he should 3£^^^^^H^^^| We are not HH^^^^^^^^I say the French ^^^^^^^^^^^H dcpar&r^^^H^^^^^^^^H made by the Djfc^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B tho^H^^^^^^^^^^^^...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

Inquest. AN inquest was held on Thursday' last at the Sir John Young Hotels Windsor, before j. B. Johnstone Esq., the coroner of the district, to inquire into the cause of death, of Humphrey Albert Douglas. James Douglas stated that he was a carpenter, and the father of the deceased >, he saw him last elive on Wednesday morning at 7'o'clock; he was engaged on thé Winds^ hriàgo urorks ; when witness went home to hit darner he heard that to» son was drowned, he went'to tho bridge immediatcly,^nd wafl;there scra^r time before the body was found ; fee saw it taken out of the water ;. the body was dead and was that of his own jsoja ; .deceased wai ten:years old. ÍJames WMtecîrarch jun., stated' that he vas employed at t|ie Windsor pant, and was working, the-punt about 12 o'c'J.4*fc veste*11 -f ; he saw deceased at the time ; he Va's (ymg the small punt to one of the large onea belonging 1 to the bridge works, upon which he vas em- ployed ; he was walfeiug on the foot bóard of thc larg...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Corresponden[?] We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

Wt do not identify ourtdves with- tte opmons of our correspondents."] ,"..v (To the Editor of the Amtraiian.) SIR,-I hope you will allow me a space iu your widely circulated journal to comment on the conduct of two persons who appeared to take a very active part in the proceedings at the public meeting on Thursday evening, in the School of Arts, Windsor, held for the purpose of ; taking steps to present the Very Reverend Bean Hallinan with a testimonial on his leaving the district. I noticed several influential and popular Catholic gentlemen in the room who have always taken an active part in public matters in this district, and have" shown themselves zealous members of the Roman Catholic Church whenever any- thing was required to be done in Church matters. But on last evening those gentlemen were purposely overlooked when thc several re- solutions were to be moved, and the two persons who took such a brilliant and prominent part in the proceedings, had to traverse the room ! asking...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

?jrSOU Ul appcaiauw H.^. Itarai bent of her from ^e Byaical disadvantages"'^iftch afjber time of K Xhe is fifty-seven) render ptt/tc places and ^^Sne festivities distasteful to a woman of ^K&thisjbPrincess has nothing about her ^^Ä^oufa enable her to wield with grace ^^Hftre of ffjashioh. Her severely cut ^^K¿^W and simple coiffure would look ^^K'll0 the gilded paloona of Versailles. ^^HSj^rith an army of chamberlains ^^^^^^^fendies of honour, her tall sta ?jar like a false note car on the upper lip s energy of he coun sllish it. The Com if possible, more de She, so far as she life the monastic rule med by her patron ends her superfluous ^H|Raritable and rehguous foundation, ^ns^t^^asses for hating more thoroughly ?^eneuiic*- of her husband's house than he ?fte himself. I am assured that he often Bys she would rather, in the event of a Kgit'uni6t restoration, connive ata divorce; Kan any one descended {rom Louis Philippe nhtrit the Crown., c \

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RICHMOND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

RICHMOND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A BIAXIAL meeting u> the above was hew on Wednesday last, p^ent-The Mayor, AHemou Ducker, PrjVßj Tomkin, ! Cnsford, Hughes, and Turnci MINUTES. Tb¿ minutes of the last meeting, Were road and rmfir ~,ed, 11EPOHTS. A report was brought Tip from the Fiiènce Committee, recommending ? tho .-paymci of certain accounts. The report was recived and adopted, upon tbe motion of Aldtfman Ducker, seconded by Alderman Tomkirfta, MOTIONS. Alderman Bedwell, proposed that themotKi passed by this Council, on the H tb instan referring io the approaches to Public Wharf be rescinded, and that tenders be called for erecting a pump, and forming. approaches ; to the Wharf, according to specification, Alderman iW^^^^^^^^^Hj^^H Bathurst Burrs and ot^^^^^^^^^^^H the Municipality be cut dow9^N|^^^^H that men be employed for that purpo&e^j^H Alderman Grew seconded the motion w^r^ was carried. , ^ \ Alderman Crew moved that tenders be" called for prin^ng the Municipal roll,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CATCHING A HEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

CATCHING A HEN. ME. Cobieigh, of Nelson-street, .Danbury bought three hens lately, and at night put them under a box until he could build a coop. Next morning he saw one of them in the street, and .bestowing a brief curse on the somebody who had overturned tho box and jeopardised his property, he started ! out after it to driv(e it into the yard. It I took fifteen minutes tb convince him tlyit hen ! could not be driven into that yard, and he then attempted to catch it. Three times he rose "up-with..hjß hands full of feathers, and his chin full of s and, tout ©till that hen eluded him. Once he got it cornered, and thought ,§uro he had it, but it flew straight up over his head, and flapped its wings in his face, and filled* his eyes with dust. Oh, how mad,Mr. CobjeigK was. It was Sunday morning. The bells were ringing, people were starting to church, and there he was in the street, with no coat or hat on, and With nothing but slippers on his feet, and every «nee in a while one of them...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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NEW USE FOR A RAILWAY TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

NEW USE FOR A RAILWAY TUNNEL. A NICE young Californian was returning home from an eastern trip and as he gazed from the window »f the car, thinking of her who was to meet him at the depot, now but a few miles distant, the idea suddenly flashed over him that he was hardly in presentable condition, haring worn the same cheviot shirt all the way from Chicago and, though he had a snowy white one in his valise, he knew not how to make the change. The thought made him nervous for a moment ; but, being an ingenious youth, he set his wits a planning how he could accomplish the metamorphosis successfully. Between him and the town of his destination the train would have to burrow its way through a tunnel whose pitchy dark- ness might hide his manouvres from the praying eyes of the passengers ; and a gleam of satisfaction lit up his countenance as I he hit upon the idea of a coup (Tetat by ' which the difficulty might be conquered. The tunnel was close at hand,, however, and there was no time ...

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CHAPTER XXVI. WIDOWED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

. CBIPTEE xxVtV \WIDOWED. - V-'.' THROUGH the long, silent xájjfá,- -"tfié ,mejB toiled hard at their fruitless Woik. ' JTow itij^B again One would raise a ' shout as the' vu|fl^H caught something in their iron ñngérk¿JÜ^^É the flickering lights would be 'sèën^'yf^^H quickly far along the b«uks of ike .frffl^^Ê rushing stream ; and, presently,* jggtifljj^^H breath, anxious men would form^^^^^^^H watch, feverishly, only tb j^flj^^^^^^f and again. j&y-and-by it may be rcmo^^^^^^^^H senbe of the bringer of'ihe'j&^^^^^^^^H such a ; but nöjj^^^^^^^^H every footfall listened '^^^^^^^^^H spoken at a little distauce^^^^^^^^^^J passed from mouth to mouth^^^^^^^^H tion, but that of giving up the serV^^^^^H next day, has been acted on, '^^^^^H So the Christmas morning breaks, _WBI^B "trange and uncouth muffled figures in the^ toy light. The men aré pulling against the j \rearn, back again now, and th$j -rest -arelj Wbered round- ahuge bonfire ^M ^ïïeriot"^ ^ caused to be lighte...

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[?] YOUR CHAIN. A STARTLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXV. CHRISTMAS TIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

i ' STARTLING ROMANCE. ;,>?' CHAPTER XXY. ?'' GHE16TMAS TIDINGS. IT- was only whispered at first, under the breath, by the county families-just hinted at hi vague and ambiguous terms by the ser- vante in the village beerhouse ;. but, neverthe- less, men ^egan to look strangely at the young Squire and his wife. 1 Mr. Charles was a little eccentric, per- haps,' John Wrackall sulkily said, to Lord Heriot, when that nobleman tried very hard to induce the gardener to speak on the sub- ject. The fact was, the dread rumours had reached Lord Heriot in Town. He at once proceeded to Charles Devereux's lawyers, and the only admission they would make was that the young man was eccentric, hut certainly business-like, and that, his will had been drawn up and signed immediately after the wedding. Then his Lordship went down to Devereux ' Court", and, arriving there, was . vexed and puzzled. He saw Blanche, looking so pale and wretched, and noted r^yith great thoughtful- ness Charles Devereux's ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

^^^^^H11^MANTLES) MADE m ^^^^^?jfc^ÊgT . STY-LES, ? AT I ^^^^^^Hfe^foprg from Mr. Bucker's.) j ^HHIST 0Ú DRUGGIST, ^^.isor-street, Richmond. ^^^^&B. HUGHES has been in the habit ^^^^^^Hising my prescriptions for a period months while in the employment ofjl^Eaniés, chemist, South Head Road. ? I kave^iiJways found him civil and obliging, and as caremî~and accurate a dispenser as l have ever met -with. . (Signed) J. C. GILHOOLLY, Sydney; May l£th, 1869. Surgeon. , This is to certify that Mr. Hughes was ia my «employ, as assistant ; whilst in the retail trade, and during the time he was with me, gave me every satisfaction. G. R. ELLIOTT, : * Sydney, Aug. 12th, 1869. Surgeon. ^ I beg to state that I have known Mr. R, B. Hughes for several years, and that I can * highly recommend him as an intelligent and careful dispenser. I believe he understands the business of a chemist and druggist j ? " thoroughly. i THOMAS CHARLES, Sydney, May 5th, L871. Surgeon. I/IT- B7RfiiEI9 GlROCER, AN...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

. WILBERFORCE. A PUBLIC meeting was held i 4Mr. G\ Cobcrofts Old Retreat Inn on Jai Vy 20tli 1874, Mr. W. Bragg in the chair The Chairman, after a few remarks in favour of tbe New Denominational School, read the motions, passed at the preleminary meeting held here on the 12th instant, they were then adopted by thc present meeting-unani- mously. The following resoh^toswerc thea put ta the inseting aod^^^^^^^^^^^^^H he canv^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H what number óf^^H^^^^^^^^^^H 6chQUrè/in,the^VM|^^^^^^^^^^H estabUsbedV TW* the l^^^^^^^H be requested to^acVasllt^i^^^^^^^^^^H to add to their numb%fn^^^^^^^^^^| Simpson, S. Lillas, S. Dj^^^^^^^^^H Ù. Buttsmith, fi. Dimd^^^^^^^^H Geo. Turnbull, T. Malon^^^^^^^H Thos, Brett, W. Bragg^^^^^^^^H Cobcroft sen, and BusheflU^^^^^^^H V The following gentlemen were^^^^^^^| Sub-Committee, to act as canvass^^^^^^H 8. Dunstan, and P. Bushell. ^^^^^^H The meeting was very well at^^^^^^H the proeeedibgs were orderly, ar^^^H^^f ducted, and there appeared to^^^^^J...

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[?] XXVII [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

the long lashésj tïie wa^éé 'é^f^i^Mí^f : every movement of His wife wÄ*qdiifc^tui tivo, perceptive force IhlfcTWaa little shplrt gfc marvellous. ,' ",T-:- :. \.:' ^¿f^Jf^ And the worst part of this was'-thatBlanche : knew it'SQ well, Some *feeling? some baríóus electric chain of thought, always showed her mental vision the scene, as; the husband she was beginning to grow so weaTy of persecuted her with his angry look, or flashing, jealous eye. ' You are not looking well, Mrs. Devereux,' Lord Heriot said, as he felt her lean rather, heavily upon his arm, as they pronvwaöed the hall after a dance, and he r««glit the ex- pression of her rapidly-i^ttûl) cheek. ' I am afraid T--*Û scarcely as strong as I fancy I am Sometimes, my lord,' she replied,') yfjih a faint smile. ' You know,' she con- ! tinued, wearily, ' how much trouble I have had with my husband in his sad illness ; and I think I have hardly recovered from the anxiety and wretchedness of it yet.' Then Lord Heriot took her int...

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

ADEEND A. BLACK MARY.-Th««'' is an incident con- nected- with Howe's life that required some notice. His biographer, Bent, accuses him of having once tried to destroy his paramour, for no other reason but her inability to keep pace with him when flying from the military. He says that in April of 1817, " Howe and the native girl were pursued in the neighbour- hood of Jericho, by a small paaty of the 46th regiment. His wantonly cruel disposi- tion was strongly manifested on this occasion, for, being hard pressed, in order to facilitate his own escape, he fired at this poor female companion, who from fatigue was unable to keep pace with him. She, however, received little injury, and, together with his blunder- buss, knapsack, and dogs, fell into the hands of the pursuers." She was taken by a soldier named Sullivan. But ' the father of the Tasmanian press,' as Bent was wont to style himself, was neither a scrupulous nor a very reflecting writer ; ! and it does not seem to have occured t...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

^^^^^^^^^^^^K^waaing to restore the ^^^^^^^^HP&Oo its original whiteness. ^^^PH^Mnedy, at first, intended only for MPprwate use I now, at the urgent reques.t of W% numbers Who have proved its efficacy, place ( w before the public under the designation of WADDÇLL'S 8PEGIFIO FOR TOOTHACHE. Confidènt that this application will prove invaluable to all who suffer from this coin-, plaint, I hav.e- resolved to establish it in ÖVCI j I ,pjart of the Colony. The Specific can be obtained a* the office of j this paper. Retail price jper bottle, 2s. f>d. Discovered and prepared only by thc under- signed, v ROBEUT WADDELL, Colector, Near Goulburn DEW OF THE ALPS. THIS DELICIOUS CORDIAL received thc first premium at the Paris Exposition in 1867, and since its introduction into Australia (lie demand for it has been gradually increasing, its flavor ia "pro- nounced simply iteücious, and it [g it refreshing luxury, as well aß a most potent appetizer tonic and assimilant, and a» a table lu...

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[?] CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 24 January 1874

^^^^^^^^^^^^Colo, with maize, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ from Colo, with ^^^^^^^^^Everingham) from Sackville ^^^^^from Broken Bay, with lime. ^^^^^^^ (Bailey) from the McDonald,   ^^^^^^^ poultry, and eggs. ^^^^^^Matilda (Butler) from the McDonald, ^^^ , poultry, and sundries. ^Bettter Times (Chaseling) from Lower Port- land, with maize, poultry, and sundries. Forget-me-not (Musgrove) from Sackville Reach, with maize, poultry, and eggs.          

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