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M'QUADE'S ASS, AND THE NEW BRIDGE. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

M'QUADE'S ASS, AND THE NEW BRIDGE. ( To the Editor of the Australian. ) SIR,--Balaam's Ass once spoke, justifying to some extent the utterances of another donkey in your contemporary of Saturday last, under the heading of " M'Quade Bridge," the difference between Balaam's ass and M'Quade's being, that the former spoke like a man, the latter helplessly sticking to its instincts and natural bray. M'Quade's ass's ears seem to lengthen (if that is possible) at the idea of a deputation waiting upon the Minister of Works warning him of the schemes of Windsor donkoydom to call the new bridge a name that would be unpalatable to all Windsor and the district generally. If the various localities surrounding Wind- sor were known as O'Connor, O'Brien, O'Donoughoo, Murphy Delaney or M'Na mara-instead of as they are Wilberforce, Pitt Town, Clydesdale, Riverstone, &c. &c. Then by all means fill up the list of celtic patronymics and name the Bridge M'Quade, or O'Shannessy or any othe...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

A fop, when wanting his servant, called out-'Where's that blockhead of mine?' ' On your shoulders, Bir,' said a lady. Composition by a Little Boy.--Subject' ' The Horse.' ' The horse is a very usera animal ; it has four legs-one on eacl corner.' , ( ' I declare, mother/ said a pretty little girl, 'it's too bad. You always send me to bed when I am not Bleepy, and you always make me get up when I am. ^ The ' Quebec Morning Chronicle complète] one of its marriage announcements with tfji following information ;-No cards ! No cakaiÊ No wine Ul' Houston, Texas, is proud of the ciicum , stance that its Mayor and most of its Alder" men can nearly read and write. * STRENGT? FOB TBB DEBILITATED,-Thou- j sands of Panaceas and Elixirs have been J puffed into temporary celebrity since thatfl paragon of vegetable cordials, the famonsfl 'Dew of the Alps' was introduced í&tpj9 Switzerland. For five hundred years it ha^H been the favourite tonic of her daring monnt4H aineers. They sip it as ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

CflHOND, AND HAWK#ß 8£& ANb PENBITH IN *%&|Qtfarter, paid''' in 4s. . S^Ä mwih* Viii June, «th Septemoer, af&sth December, reBpectively. . Parties sabscribb^îh the middle of a quarter "will*JöniV be Chargea from tUe' date of their com- mencing* * Advertisements must specify in mn'ting.} on, the face of them the number of inserüpiiB, or mej- will be continued, and charged accordingly, tillcouiiter mandtea.'; ?. ? ' / ' TEEMS OF ADVEBTISISTO^S-^i. i Two shillings per inch of space. . , -.v. lQh^ Jjberal discount allowed upon advertise' menté Intending over three'months, and a propor- tionate further reduction for advertisements ordered tor .a longer period. Advsr|jseiB: will please take notice that all orders for ÜKÍ fîRthdrawal or alterations of advertisements malt reach the office not later than 5 p.m. on CTUESDAY, or they cannot be . attended to until the following week. N¿B.-rAdvertÍ8einente received up till 1 o'clock On FBÏDAY, Thëfsct that the gentleman ....

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]n [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

ÍiT&<3Íütte.~-Á lecture Was delivered at Ute School cV%rtg, Windsor, on Tuesday night last, by Dh Charles Taylor of' Parramatta. The subject Of the , lecture Was Charlea Dickens, and the lecturer after eulogising &e writings and manly characteristics of ^he writer, read portions from the works of great writer. Dr. Taylor reads well, and bif reading of the scene which gave rise to the great action for breach »of promise on the" pär| of Mr. Pickwick recorded in'the "Pickwick Papers," was offe humorous description. He also enlightened the audience upon the educa- tional character of Mr. Wackford Sgueers' school at Dotheboy's Hall, or as he face* tiously designated it Do the-boys-hall ; which might act as an example to the school- teachers, when examining the class in practi- cal philosophy. Of course everybody has ' read " Nicholas Nickleby," therefore they will weil remember the portion alluded to by the lecturer. Spell window says Mr. Squeers' f win-der-win...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [?] CHA[?]ER XX. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

^^^4#,fâÀltoÉ0^.*i.t fe-:- ÚÁ ff oMeiitöack gár^&iá sÉr^gW^b' t&^^he-masl ^aTe' sj^e atroné 'üa^ßre for í&itonfag:'^ ptíiBelf.f 'arid iM***^ '^«ft^éaiy," friendship ¿fe* .fae* lia jpSbifí» be Áflent. ir oilyc^estftm ie, how long wfll íhfe tait ? Stilist ie tot probable, Íl^rétf pa»ihl«f that sW should hare any töOre ¿ and if í appear to recognise'her 6us fetons, I shall confirm them;1 'So'he said aloud, gàily, butiwîth deep, in- ward répugnance,- {If Mademoiselje has set Imf heart on! göing to the1 Eaglets ïïest, we Imitöfo humour her-^lthough I tim afraid alie will bè disappointed. This peasant beauty is * prohaVJy a stout young woman, Lilith apple-ted cheeks. * That would be the popular style m her class-1 and ,1 suppose she Ki a celebrity amongst her* own people simply. Lil one never hears her name out of Made ^^Heplselle's charming company.' ^^^B^ have heard her ^ame often, my lord/ ^^^K^kle observed. ^^^^WhO is she, then?'inquired the Duke of ^^^Winchest...

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 — 4 July 1874

LU st, p»., ^k^^riçes ,^iv«n MP ANY» u ! i mission Agents, P¿02)t7tóB DEPOT, ! tbs, î*igs, Oalreh, "óól, Tallow, Hffles, receipt of'advice, tlxe RdO,wiy Station rac BENDER. C,¿ Th un ff A! aitfhft.» HwsjKfii *-ÎÎ:-Î -m m*,"-st iyfI$$rinffoíwi ßever% jffcom th^cq^oi^ei A! known remédies ^ttopt «x^érieariag; ¡lief, I commanâM ^ serieB rof f expefci~i im scientific principles wkicn Resulted ^|fir^.óf»ní^'>v ,-. », «Uî'j ?<«ai TÍQ]N^itft<& SAFE.andJCIEB-i ]$-. EFFEGTS,/.: -. ? :i , irejnoting pain, JIPIO, -.M Ú R: fMlIA 0 HE .v intlthafrtbis íapplicatión will prove u*6 all« wbto-i^ffeB: from this tôted !il bftfcw resolved to iestabl&h it ia evory thJwÉbtófiy.í . ¡specific can be obtained at this office. Hughes, '.^iadBoir-B^reet. t Chemist and Druggist. j^ice per bottle, 2s. 6d. j .Jereel and prepared only by the under - lofiectorj, Near/Groulburn» ÏR, GOkbk BÜILDEB, 3RÁL $iiAï%o., RICHMOND; * his patrons for the liberal sup-1 lerto accorded to h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. SATURDAY, JULY 4TH. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 July 1874

Stye Australian. SATURDAY, JULY 4TH. 1874, AND BO Gardiner is to be released notwith- standing that the whole country are averse to such a proceeding. We believe that the Governor offered an uncalled-for insult to the Colonists, when he stated in his minute that a small portion of the community had peti- tioned against the release of Gardiner. What ¡ right has Sir Hercules Robinson or any other Governor to set the Colony at defiance, in any matter of which they are bettor able to judge than he is ? How can he a compara- tive stranger, know anything of the social relations, existing in the Colony 4 We con- sider that it was a great piece of im- pertinence to say the least of it, for him to promise two years ago that the greatest male- factor ever the Colony knew, should be released from his well-merited confinement. If he had been in the country at the time this man and the gang brought into existence by him, were the terror of all well-ordered denizens of this clime, there is no dou...

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 — 4 July 1874

, - The Beîih ordered defendant to pay 5s. ándeoste: - - . « * « BRSAÇH OF, mfOmOpgQ ACT. Robèrt 'Greentree was charged with rescu- ing cattle, which "were Deitig- laken to the pound. Defendant'pleaded not guilty, pjllheubin Greentree said-he is the owner of f^fferm ftt* W^berf^, *here lia ia grdwiñgl l||pponit; on the 28rd of June he saw 20 'stead of cattle and 5 horses belonging to der fendant; he seized them for the parpóse of taking them to the j>onnd, and had got as far «s the panel W|MSB 4efê^|nt..came upland fnpoh being informedthèt cattle wore being taken to the p^)und; he dared him to pound the cattle or be said he would pomid bini; he and his boysroscued the cattle and Joik^heni pf*J;i witness, was l^usj^ejo^^ ^ßj} taking the cattle to the pound. " ' , T''Defendant was ordered to pay a fine of 2s. ?d., together with 10s. 6d. professional costs &of Court. I" LICENSING BUSINESS. I An Auctioneer's License was granted to F george Davies of Windsor. INSULTING LANGUAG...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TITTLE TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

0mt remarks made*by ^tóulc%io "wrçtes for the Fenian? jfk&äatS as » general rule ^hardly worth noting; hut as J like to, èx ^^scm^m to ñoSktk»'mix fo^ síhre ence. He takes ^Btíp^i|||y^eading of the new seventh sectîlo^^h^lact^a 'poser' to me. yüe¿ mm > tha timttaé ISM J^flMft» ' fires : guïations expedient îov the equal use and ijoyment of the said Commons ; but un rtunately for the old Jackass who waites igmarolê, and such yultpreB as the illus- trious Poundkeeper the word expedient can r^«h0 read several ways. If you take it as an ^âdjecUvewhps^ ^^^^i0^ fa tiQUqgfy latin ^vôro expediert* ; tö5"hasten. It means literally, k hastening; urging forward. Then again the - word expedient talen as "a, jnoun rneans that w^içjifserves lo promote or advance. So that | | th<3 addle pated , imbiber of colonial ale, muet} ?'haye takeu an extra quantity of his favourite | I, beverage when he read the act in question. VThere is no doubt the seventh section calls Bttpon the T...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RELIGIOUS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

THE RELIGIOUS QUESTION, The Morning Pout (April 2nd) Baye The Archbishop of Canterbury has given notice lhat on the 20th inst, he will, in his place in Parliament, call attention to the present state of the laws regulating divine service. This points to the fact that the greatest religious question of the day has at length come to the front. We may hope that the Archbishop is on the right track, because we observe that he is not to call attention to irregularities and diver- sities in the performance of divine service «hieb undoubted^ tt* itt fte Aot> thai the Church: M without aguste topical directeon. The Rubric* became fair by the Acta of Um förmig but ikey - were framed to meet speciaí cimflutiwoes, and, like, many other laws of detaU; they are liable, to become obsolete M tima goes on and new customs, new tastes, new wanto arise. Why, - then, should »ot « ; complete ? revision be undertaken ? There can be pithing to fear from such a step if it be t confided to proper hands. ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETING OF THE TWADDLEDIDI. (From the Lefu Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

MEETING OP THE TWADDLEDIDI. (From the Lefu Gazette.) A MEETING of this ulcerous body was held lately, the president Kitty M'Cloud Cad Esq. in the chair, Councillors Tyke, Gossiper, Leatherhead, Primnose, Maustache, Hookey, Turnhim and Deacon. The rubbish passed at the last meeting was ordered to be read by Perjury Albino Esq. the recording scribe. The President 6aid they were all jolly good fellows to come out such a cold nignt to do the business of the country. Councillor Primnose said that there were a few dirty jobs to be done in the dominion, and he did'nt mind having a finger in the pie. Councillor Deacon 6aid, that as they were going to have some beautiful animals running in the public domain, he thooaht it advisable po go «^.^^?fcâ^^peK tîwy ter geinjn ?o epead^^^rn^ he ranted t» stick ^ i Co^nwRoT^ftteienose morned that |hjj Ksentre of the public domain be rakéd up, anfil thf rubbish deposited in the bucks hole. Jj ^ JJpunciilor beacon had, muçhple|èuïé in fMnding ttt|^|| 'f...

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, July 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

ENGLISH NEW^. REUTER*8 TELEGRAM >íi ä ! V TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED r-.IESg. London, Jälj 4 ¡ THE commission appointed, on thé merion of ! Mr. Plimsoll, to inquire and report <m tho condition of the Mercantile Marine, hare presented their repcrb to Parliament. It deprecates anyj further extension' of official surveys of ships, or the framing of legislativo regulations, especially to< meet particular cases ; and argues for the preservation of the full responsibility of shipowners, masters, and crews by invigorating the Marine Depart- ments, and improving.the system of investi- gation into casualities. The Commissioners condemn the existing system of marine, in- surance, and recommend a complete revjsioh of the law of insurance - Mr. Butt's motion for the restoratiori*nf the Irish Parliament was rejected by the House' of Commons on a division df 458 to GI; Earl Derby states that England acquiesces in the proposal to hold a conference at brussels, conditionally ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXII. A FRIEND IN NEED IS A FRIEND INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

CHAPTER XXII. A FRIEND IN NEED IS A FRIEND INDEED. It showed the terrible strain had been put on brain and heart, nerve and feeling, by this interview/ that it wa6 a full hour befpr^ ïiàry struggled back into consciousness once again. Finálly she opened her eyes, and gazed1 wildly about her. Something had happened-something very cruel and hard, but what.it was she had ¿ot strength as yet to realize. She only knew that she felt very weak, and very sorry to awake out of the blank, silence, which was sweeter than'sleep, because i£vh'ad no dreams. Then the tide of sorrowful memories rushed from her, overwhelming her in their iin petuous flow ; and, hiding her face, she sobbed aloud. What was her surprise and dismay to hear a gentle voice beside her say, 'I am so grieved to see you in pain ! Can I help you in any way V She uncovered ber eyes then ; and even through the blurred mist of her tears, .«be recognised the gentleman who had been with Edith Trelawney's party the preceding day. He...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

THE usual meeting: of tîi abot* took place ou Wednesday last ^Piosan^iue'^Mayor Alifennen Wölker, ^fmie^J^ls^JF^roèe! Beard, Bean, Gósper and Moses* , MIXITES.,' ' ^"Í,- - , The minutes of the last meetingwere read and confirmed. \ The Mtfyof rèported that the poundkeeper had signed the bond making him an officer of the Council. f I The Mayor treportéá,4|¿it the security for ;,theJ^wS«iÄ Clerk^h^^ntinÂtè^'Ms intention of tot once p^yjtój^íht atribult -pf, deficiency apóun^i^j^^'^^^^ also wahte$ jL<» ,'%^9Î^^ir '*g^m^i^^l|Syiaij«^lï^|fa ~%bet I event pf Mr, Dunsiaa p^mg ^thff-aaieúnt í whether the bond for ^200 would be gîfen back tb him. ' ' f ¡«£;' }^ . " It waë tlien proposed ánac«n|iB4;^y^^0ii Mr, Dunstan poring 'tb*/ amoant at^present, found to be due, that: the Mayor givë-him a receipt and hand him back the bond entered into by him. < ACCOUNTS« Alderman Gasper proposed that the account of the late Council Clerk stand over until next Council meeting. Alderm...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] HOUGH THE PU[?] OR CATOHING A TARTAR. Story of Seventeen-Mile Hollow. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

- '' ^ï|B^;f^^P^^Ä-..;sniip ? :«3&t<i.te: in ti»M¡ únclaBsic, although p^rfi^ne íejpQajlBpwa ~lfo't§j^\jj^ß.Qt Penrith af ßeventeen-Müe Hollow, à^m^«4^j' ^ îanghtetrloving lirïtol, Who, If .^/jjyHjfwe-lifa of Wjnyard-' «nt, one i auspicious '&öÄtntJo take jMssesion pf his cew holding, ' residence fer,' 'nié' ^ífé' «nd iramily..'. jeting the yendor at the place appointed, possession was duly given and received j and then it was told the fortu- nate owner of the rural retreat, with its arbours, orchards, and , grand back ground of shadowing mountain scenery, that he had the privilege of retaining for nothing (besides bed, hoard, and vbatcy) a faithful retainer called old George. " The buffer ain't a beauty," said the former owner, " but he'&a rare 'an to protect women and kidB," Present!j the new owner of the manor asked to see old George, and iras somewhat scared to observe shufffingiowards hinV ^c-yhaired, one-eyed, generally-^dilpidated, individua...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] TOO MUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

, J*»']? *^"Ï ' money AO tîcular regard ^UMC^appeaninces, the part agree to employ a not, overwise cow jnsticetdpaton'thetkclíímg. He commet the cérémonie» be remarking that "it eastpma,rjr oq such occasionsto combler with a prayer, but he believed he would 01 ;|hat^;.jjpter tying the knot, he said, wa« customary to give ths married oouj tome advice, bat he f believed fae woald or thai. ^Xtmps^wUmmj, t¡oof to ! ktBS bride, but he believed he would omit also." The ceremony being ended, the bric groom took the justice by the button-hole ar clapping his floger on his nose, «aid, " Sqaii it's customary to give the magistrate "' dollare, but I believe I'll omit that'

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST EPISTLE OF GEORGIUS. TO THE ROMANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

FIRST EPISTLE OF GEORGIÜS. ? TO THE ROMANS. 5A.N4) it came to pass that after many , that I again dreamed a dream, and ng the visions of the night the dream tre appeared unto me, and said look. -And behold I looked and I was in a ige land, and the place T saw in my dream ared unto me to be like unto a prison, there was much clanking of chains. .-Then it canie to pass that the dream ire said tinto me look towards the East. -Then Î lifted up my eyelids and I 3d towards the East, and I saw a man appeared to be in sore travail because of Some misadventure. 5,-Upon this I turned unto thc dream »spectre and said unto him, peradventure I say unto you of what does this man complain ? ^. 'B.'-^'The dream spectre thereupon^ ifted up voice and said :-Behold this man is in trouble because he was too lazy to work for his taskmasters, and he has poured into his eyes some damnable drug whereby he has ^^i^^^^i^^^^^iti ^ài%:aesiî "atVä dismay. 1 Ü$|^8&$*6fä§Into thM dream Jfoectre Jft fripyo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWSPAPERS DOMESTICALLY CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

NEWSPAPERS DOMESTICALLY CONSIDERED, Too low an estimate is apt to be set on the domestic raine of newspapers. After reading them, and putting ourselves, through their agency, in mental correspondence with the i world* they are thrown aside and forgotten Bat to suppose their usefulness bounded : by their news columns and the waste-bag is a thriftless mistake. In the first place, there are the household receipts, to be found in j stray corners, often excellent, and deserving a refuge on the fly-leaf of the family cook-j book. Then come thu pretty verses, the strange and droll stof ie&j the brief biographies and reminiscences which, pasted in a scrap- book, are a source of never-ending pleasures, not only to those who have only odd minutes for reading. Notwithstanding the ftqaibsj jocular journalists have penned on the use i of newspapers for bedclothing. we know from i experience that these are not to be despised. They may not be as comfortable as your blankets, but certainly ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RICHMOND BRIDGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

THE MCHMOro BRIDGÉ THE half-yearly meeting of the shareholdersfl the aböjr« Coínp|tm£% $m ß*J'M mores*, Bl^'^t^ui^6n\%ndft7 last« John Bucker fisqV, J.P; occupied the cnár.fl Mr. Walker the Secretary read the followingT REPOET. ;;;fl Your Directors have much pleasure in sub-fl mitting the following statement of the affairs fl of the Company, for the half-year ehdédJB 30th June last. .-/fl The receipts for the half-year after pay-« ment of bridge repairs,and Wages, (including fl a balance of £40 13s. 2d.) . £ s d.fl were . ... 383 7 3fl And the expenditure was ... 33 JÚj^ÉH Leafing. £349 l4flfl| which your Directors propose to appropril^H as follows :- iH To payment of dividend at the rate of fl 6even per cent, per annum, for the £ s d fl half-year. WU 0 0 I Leaving a balance in hand of £34 ll 0 Two of your Directors Messrs, B. Richards and Mr. J. Ascough (the latter deceased) retire at this meeting, the former being eligi- ble for re-election. >..'-i Auditors for the ensuing year...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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ODD FELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 11 July 1874

UP?.;-.-' i WE have much pleasure in publishing the ! following correspondence i ! LOYAL PRINCE OF WALKS LODGE. j , Windsor; July 6th, 1874; To Qeorgf P^vjes^Esq. SIR;--We have the honor to convey to you ? a vote of thanks unanimously carried in the Prince of Wales Lodge on Lodge night, Jane 8th 1874, for the way in which you ex- plained the blessings and benefits derived from the Society of Odd Fellows, in the lead ing articles of your journal of May 23rd and June 6th 1874. We beg to remain, Your Obedient Servants, F. WATLING, N.G. ) G. ADAMS, V. G. [ JOHN Ross, Secretary, ) Australian Office. Windsor, July 6th, 1874. GENTLEMEN.-I ara in receipt of your letter conveying a vote of thanks to me, as passed at a lodge meeting of the Loyal Prince of Wales Lodge, and feel that the honor conferred upon me is lar more than I am deserving of. I merely wrote the truth in the articles alluded to, and gave expression to my feelings upon the subject, and did so for the purpose of helping the or...

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