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Correspondence. 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 — 13 June 1874

We do not identify ourwives Kith the opinions of our correspondents. J {To the Editor of the Australian.) MISTHUR EDITHÜR.-Be me 60wkins it's cum to a pretty pass whin i have to send ye an account ov a fight betwixt two colleens, lt wuB not a faction fight because as the ould song ses " Billy's related to me" an the two colleens bein mother an stepmother. The fight tuk place at stoney creek Wollombi at which part i was a day or two ago, an wns betwixt Stumpy Jane better known as Jane Sprightly an Misthurs Sherrydand her step another or^ ^l- eye an%oth fell. Fourth Jrôt&lf Ihne being\call«í tiffy both meet, Mfs. S|sé¡bt the right^ifebn Sjprapye drew thekflar^t, tie other wun^Ae ment on Janes cheek ibonÄ Jane fell deaiftfuls a wile water%uiá;ttte^^»p^rnt|^ Fifth round an -laitB^^pfj^^.M^r&r pale, Mrs. Shery wuè^'Îe&riïâalâi thlfltójÉ^ianed an Mrs. Sherry got lwtm-èV ^ another on her Tight temple §aM£ beauty tm her nose which fetched t>ut-morfe of-norfh^v Ire...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST HOURS OF DR. LIVINGSTONE [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

LAST HOURS OF DR. LIVINGSTONE* THE following particulars concerning the last hours of Dr. Livingstone have been received by telegram. The Malwa arrived off Suez on March 28th having Mr. Arthur Laing and Jacob Wainwright on board with the body of Livingstone. He had been ill with chronic dysentery for several months past, and al- though well supplied with stories and med- icines he seems to have had a presentiment that the attack would prove fatal. He rode a donkey but was subsequently carried and thus arrived at Muilada beyond Lake Bemba in Bisa country when he said ' Build me a hut to die in.' The hut was built by his followers who first made him a bed. Se suffered greatly, groaning night and day. On the third day he said I am very cold ; put more grass over the hut.' His followers did not speak or go neaT him. Kitumbo chief of Bisa sent flour and beaus and be- haved well to the party. On the day Living stone became insensible and died about mid- j night, Majuahra his servant was p...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

iñsót ot-hear Mr. A. £.i ^number of pnréons < " tárdajy the 2&rd. Solicitor, hád> in 6 f%tiéweji ! Ma . inetrucHona ? tiens : by i Bar íes against ané M'iQkade and others í Yours, truly, . WM, WAIKER. Jone, 6th 1874. Í ïteplyv To Mr. William Walker, Solicitor. ¿SIB,-Io answer to your note of this 'date, 1 beg to say Í did hearMr.' A. B. Neilson make use¡ of the expressions, and on the oc- casion, you mention. i Yours truly, JOSEPH EB. ONUS. June, 6th 1874. [After thiö Mr. Walker would be foolish to notice »ny thing coming ' from *^e false Fiddler. His reference to the Alderson case we know to be a packet of ; lies.-EDÍ AJ]

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINE FOR THE BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

FINE FOR TUE BABIES. THE latest American invention is a baby washer. Here is part of the inventor's de- scription of his machine :-" You simply insert the begrimed and molasses-coated in- fant in an orifice which can be made any re quired size by turning, for ten minutes, a cogwheel, with electric attachments. Th« j child glides gently down a highly polished inclined plane, his HdB are met at its termi nance by an india-rubber tube from which the infant can draw lacteal nourishment of the purest and most invigorating character. Whilst in this compartment, which is lined automaton monkey. Fatigued by its destruc- tive efforts, the infant falls to sleep, whilst the organ attachrnlnt plays softly a ravishing, melody. Then it slips into the third compart- ment. Here the baby is washed. Another' small tube administers a. dose of soothing syrup, and the infant glides from the machine, its nails pared its hair combed, if it has any, ready ior the habiliments rendered necessary by the fall ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLOUGHING MATCH AT WISEMAN'S FERRY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

PLOUGHING MATCH-AT WISE- MAN'S FERRY. 'FROM À CORRESPONDENT.) A ploughing matea came off on the 5 th in- stant at Mr. George Douglass's near Wise- man's Ferry, that gentleman' having kindly given his paddock for the purpose. The day being all tnaVcÖuTd be desired, and this being the first match of the kind ever held in this locality,< it attracted a large number of spectators." " The first prititf äß \£3?5s/>0d. was awarded to Mr. W. Foodypthe second- being awarded to Mr, C. ^Gf een, -Mri Georgfr Douglas* being the ,other ? competitor. As ' the ground was not suitable for .the occasion and swing ploughs, chiefly the make of. Ransome & Sims only' being, used., The ploughmen deserve credit4 for ¡the way in which they did their work i nuder the circumstances. The,taree teams-appeared on the ground in fine condition, Mr. Foody having a little ad voñ^érin^tné ploifghs, and Mr. Green's horses being rather^fast fori.the!sort x>( dänd - plo*gbjdL^#fe^oody showed the...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASSING SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

PASSING SENTENCE. A Kansas paper gives the following re- port of a judge's sentence, lately passed on a criminal :-' Brumly, you infamous scoundrel 1 You're an unredeemed villian 1 You havn't a redeeming feature in your character. Your wife and family wish we had sent you to the penitentiary. This is the fifth time I've had you before me, and you have put me to more trouble than, your neck is worth. I've exhorted and prayed over you long enough, you scoundrel ! Just go home and take one glimpse at j your family, and b9 off in short order ! ; Don't let me ever hear of you again ! The Grand Jury have found two indictments against you, but I'll discharge you on your own recognizance, and if I ketch you in this neck of woods to-morrow morning at daylight I'll sock you right square in jail, and hump you off to Jeffersonvillß in less than no time, you infamous scoundrel 1 If ever I catch you crossing your finger at man, woman, or child -white man or nigger-I'll sock you right square into ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

ENGLISH NEWS. EKUTEE'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, Jane 6. The Pope is better, and his medical advisers propose a change of air; bnt his Holiness refuses to leave the Vati- i can. Paris, June 8. The members of the Left Centre have announced their programme. They demand the proclamation of a Republic, or a dis- solution of the National Assembly; and they refuse alliance with the Right Centre unless the members of the latter accept definitively their proposal to have a Repnblic proclaimed.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

-Oaten ditto . "I.... 4 10 0 6 0 0 6tM*. S 10 0 4*1« 0 M*j*e.,. 0 8 9 0 4 0 WJb^t (Colonial 0 6 0 0 7 0 Oa& .vO 8 9 0 4 0 Fowls.. 0 2 3 0 4 0 Dttôks .X. 0 3 6 0 3 9 Geese. 0 4 0 0 6 0 Oooïc^rkej*.. 0 10 6 0 15 6 Héa/iitto...... 0 4 6 OTO Eggs V^........ 0 13 0 19 Potatoes. i 0 0. i fi 0 Höney_. 0 0 2 0 0 4 BeesWax. 0 10 0 10 Sucking Pigs. . 0 *3 6 0 fi 0 Calves., 0 10 6 2 6 0 Lambs.". 0 8 6 0 12 6 Hides (dry). 0 0 4| 0 0 6 C. B. BEDWELL & CO.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENIGMA, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

ENIGMA, "fcïfy cradled in the bosom of a pare and. blush s^Seed, each flower that ever blooms my pre- sence doth disclose. The murmur of the summer breeze floats all unheeded by, .* But iu sweet echo's lingering tones I slowly faint and die. I come in early morning, on every fleecy cloud, ??>? And also help the gloom of night your path- way to enshroud. IWer was known to cross your palm '4as do the gipsies all, But if you took me from your foot you very soon would fall. Without me you could never ge abroad or j Beek to roam, : And yet the strangest things of all, Fm al- ways found at home. To matrimony I'm inclined and never from the'side, Of any bridegroom do I stir but never touch the bride. I fall in love am constant too, and conversant with joy, In all your hopes I take a part though coupled with alloy, I am too prim to join the dance though one -in every throng, Amd while I music fain would shun, I revel iii the song. You gladly welcome me each morn whene'er ' the postman kn...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPLANATION. (Per favor of the Australian,) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

EXPLANATION. (Perfwor of the Australian, J ,-J- v-J s LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,--AS some ex planation is needed for the disturbance partly occasioned by me at the Volunteer consert held in Windsor, I take this opportunity of giving it. I was present at the concert not profession- ally altogether, but was combining business with pleasure, and just before the commence- ment of the overture a man named Neilson a chemist came into the room and accosted me ' in a friendly Tone ; I answered him and we entered into conversation. He asked me was not the flag at the upper end of the room a Fenian flag because it had a cross upon it ? I answered that it was not as the cross was that known as St. George's cross and the flag was a portion of the camps colors of the company of Rifles belonging to Wind- sor. He then pretended to cut my throat with a ticket he had in his baud, joking the meanwhile and remarked that it was a pity we had not got a german sausage with us.' .' I said it was as we could ea...

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 June 1874

Wanted. IpWO Female General Servants for MB. 1 JAMES SALTER Barraba, to whom apply, OT to MRS. DAVIES, " Australian" Office, Windsor W. H. HULL, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. WILLIAM H. HULL begs leave to ap- prise the inhabitants of the district of the Hawkesbury, that he has commenced Business as a SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER at the above address, and hopes by prompt attention to all orders which he may be favoured with, combined with Reasonable Charges and first rate*v7orkmanship, to merit a share of Public Patronage and support. HULL. <& M'rsilVENI, TANNER'S AND ^CURRIER'S, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. (NEAB THE POST OFFICE.) manufacturers of first class Leather Hides, and Wattle Bark bought. Highest price given. SEWING MACHINES THE "HOME," SHUTTLE LOCK STITCH. THE PERFECTION OF MECHANISM. SIMPLE, COMPACT, EFFICIENT, DURABLE, AND COMPLETE. Tt sews with the least possible amount ef labour, and a girl twelye years »ld can run it without fatig...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Paragrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

í At a recent dinner of shoemakers the followT ing toast was given :-' May pfc" haye all ihm women in the country to shoe, and aU^_fl men to boot.' *H ' Pathrick dear, come in and go to befl jist,' said the wife of a jolly son «f Erm, wK« just returned from the fair in a decidedly ( how-come-you-so state ; you must he dreadT ful tired, Bhure;?w$ .ye* 1©^, wsík ?'r"-* 4***SB get away wid'jfer* nonsense^said Pat'^jJ , wasn't the lenght av the way that fatigues me-'twas the bredth av it.' fl A fellow being brought to the bar, soma time ago. to answer for a misdemeanour, .|$yfl the presecutor that he could convict hii&jßM being a thief and a murderer. Upon bmnaB required to prove his assertion, 1 Why,, said! he, ' yoti ugly villian, you killed a monkey^! and you stole his countenance.' m À milkman was awoke by a wag in th« night with the announcement that is best co WM was choking. He forthwith jumped up tefl save the life of his animal, when, lo ! he found! a turnip in the spou...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONDITION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

If, \C[ I ^jhç moral and ¡social condition of the coun ?-?^í§f^ city ¡ , of Limerick, Mr.Justicer Fitzgerald römarfced < :;'"£hát'ít presented a vçr y satisfactory aspect, .- 'there he img, in f act, only one case for trial. Although that was one cf a serious character, .it did not tarnish the eredit of the city, which was the more remarkable after the heat pf an election contest. Ho- thought* the people should be proud to live in what I might ba appropriately designated the " happy land". Mr. Justice Barry opened the com- I . mission for the country, and in his address ; to the grand jury observed that, as to its general condition, there was no reason to feel any uneasiness or anxiety ; but there were portions of the country, and especially one district; in which faction fighting was still carried on, though they hoped it had dis- appeared a few years ago. He deplored its origin-drunkenness. Everything had been dene to stem the tide of intemperance but wjjj^out effect. I...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] SHADOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

<& ^HRILLUfÖ BOMANCE. he ig, too, of course 1' replied Edith, named carelessness, « Why shouldn't o reason against it myself-not the " \ V$<MÄne, dear, you ought to go to ^ed. Wheçe^ Mademoiselle Clotilde?' v * She win ^,owè room, papa' * She is * 1jensibl| girl, to keep early hours \ - only I think íknqw what my little girl was p waiting for-a kies from her foolish o'd » lither Qood night, love-and may you have Irfweeter dreams than the ojge.. from which I Aroused you just now V- ' |; How fervently Edith echoed this prayer, it fis needless to describe, as she put up. h«r arras íabout his neok, and kissed him with playful Slenderness, ï f Good night, dear-dear-dear papa 1' .. & And so she left him. No sooner had the door closed on her, than Íthe cheerful look Mr. Trelawney had assumed Jn order to deceive her,' deserted him sud- denly, and a terrible gloom settled on his . haggard face. ÍVÍ ' If ehe knew me as I am,' be thought, I lt}would not he...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEVE COLAN'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 13 June 1874

STEVE GOLAN'S COURTSHIP. WHEN I was nigh about 21 I came up here, all alone, and built me a cabin. I hadn't a neighbor nearer than fire miles, so you see I didn't quarrel much ; birt as it grew to be near winter, I got kinder lonesome, and be guu to think that I ought to have a woman to keep me company ; so one fine morning I started down to Lanway to take a look at the girls, to see if I could find one to' suit me. When I got down to the settlement, I asked a young chap if he knew a girl that wanted to get mcrried, and he told me that he guess'd that Nancy Knox did, and if I wanted a wife 1 had better try and hitch on with her : and he said that if it was agreeable he would go to Deacon Knox's and maVeme ' acquainted with Nancy ; and be was as good as his word, and 'twasn't an hour afore Nancy and I was on the best of terms. Afere night I had hired out with the deacon for ten dollars a month, half of the pay to be taken in pro- duce, and the rest in clear cash, and I was to work al...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

THE market« this week are »o| «p .erisk, ancf \ have declined a trifle. Maize is not realizing* j more than 3s. to, 3B. 2d. in Windsor ; SB, Dd. to iq Sfdnej and;;5s. hi Melbourne, Other articles ¡of produce maintain farmery . rates. .. , ? : :? « The maize by the Spffolk, brought 3s. tp< 3s; 2d ; oats, 3s. Sd. ; fowls, 3a, JbJ.j( ¿eflgg, ls. 2d. ; butter, lOd ; oranges, 2{d. to The maize by the Hard T-b^aes brought 3s,, to 3s. 2d ; fowls, 3s. ld.'; eggs, ls. 2d. ; L butter, lOd. , ] The maize by the Cecilia brought 3s. j j fowls, 3s. ld. : eggs, ls. 2d. , j The oranges by the Wave brought 2¿d. jl eggs, ls. 2d. . ] The maize by tho, Njl Desperandum j brought 3s. ; bark, 4s. ; , r

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

SYDNEY PBODUCE MÀEKET. Lucerne Hay ... , 8 10 Oto. Oaten ditto. 4 10 0 Straw .«... 8 10 fl Maize .v.;.,. 0 » « ; WheW (Colonial. 0 6 .0 ; Oats . 0 3 9 Fowls.... 0 2 8 Ducks . . 0 .3 6 Geese . 0 4 0! Cock Turkeys.,.""">..,. (MO ? Hen ditto.,... 0 4 6 Effgs «^»...«......s.... 0 1 3. Potatoei. I 0, 0 Honey ...... ' Ö 0 2 Rees Wax. 0 10 Sucking Pigs. . 0 3 6 Calves¡....,*. 0 10 6 LarabB ...................... Ô 8 ¡6 Hides (dry)...». 0 0 4| C. R. BEDWELL & * «. 4. > 0 .0 6 0 4 10 0 4 7 4 4 3 6 OHS 6, 0 7 Ci J» 1 .»I 1 'S 0 0 0 1 0 5 2 5 Ôlfe 0 0 CO. Printed anÄ published ny GEORGE ßit " ATTSTBAMAîi," Machine Printing Öffiee« : son's Square, Windsor, New Seutfe Wales* '

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Comn Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

Coton Oalfc. PETTY DEBT» COÜBT.-The next sittings of this court will be held at the court house Windsor, on Thursday 9th July next. All plaints must be filed with the registrar on or before Saturday 27th instant. COURT-HOUSE ST. ALBANS.-We under- stand that Senior Sergeant Fitzpatrick has received instructions from the Police Depart- ment to call for tenders for $he erection of a court-house at St. Albans. The site chosen is alongside of the lock-up, and the,size of it is to be 18 feet by 20 feet. The Sergeant will give all the information in bis possession to intending tenderers. GLENCOE.-Glencoe, the winner of the Melbourne Cup in 1868, arrived at Kirk's Bazaar (says the Argué) on Tuesday on his way to the Lachlan, having been purchased by Mr. P. Tyson from Mr. James Éftpell for the sum of £600. This horse tyts^Btfy improved since he -nat* last seen in 3|^^^Hf-r having developed into a very powerf^^^^R, with sufficient quality and good^^^^K make him a desirable stud horse^^^H| dis...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

«tfjjc Australian. ÍATÜRDAY, JUNE 20TH. 1874. Aß it appears that some of our readers wish further information on the subject of Odd fellowship, we have come to the conclusion so as to aid 3,e good cat.se, to supply the re- quired knowujge. It has been said by per- sons who are a »ittle over the standard age, that the cost oî «çtering an Oddfellow's ! Lodge is too great. Well admit that it ¡ is large, but not too great, when the immense | benefit derived therefrom are taken into con- sideration. Take for instance a man of 37 years of age, iniation fee for 36 yeari is £4, and vre believe six pence per week for the amount ef time you are over the ag«, making in all about £5. Now when you join you may have a family of some dimensions, and if the mere matter of nostrums which nearly j every mother sayB, muet be given for some particular ailment seated only in the mothers mind, is considered, the iniation noney would hardly suffice to supply them for twelve months, irrespective of what r/...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

i Maj 6th, et oreo, by th© third son of force, to Pricilla augbter of Mr. John Butte

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