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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, July 18th 1874. (Before R. Dick, B. Bichards, J, M. M'Quade, S. Terry, S. Tuekerman and E. Raper Esqs. J. P's.) SURETIES OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

W1NPS0B POLIOS COURT. SATURDAY, July 18th.1874. ^Before R. Dick, B. Bichards, M. M'Quade, f B; îofry, S. Tuekerman and EÀ Raper Esqs. toP*a.) 1 8imBT»8 OF IjPB PBACB. |¿$.f?eter Cufiara proceded agauyjtf Edward ^re.ajtrix ^for using threatening ¿language ^towards him, and pray«d«that he should to ^jfeund. to, tiç peace. Defendant pleaded fuljas» to* show. After heating the evidence of 3%ter O'Hara, the Bench tordered defendant ito ónter into a bond in £5 to keep the peace for.sixJMonths.1 Y HAM COMMONER V. *ÈRÛSTKES. This was an appeal made bj joseph Onus, ia, commoner, against a schedule which the jptrustees of Hw», Common had deposited tn ItheJDourt, of rates to be charged to commoners ! por; the depasturing of their stock, namejy : f Each person, 10 head of horses, 5s. per head ; vand#;i|r| í §$oj$ij|nu'ni]&f of ¿óatlíé, 8s. per I head per annum. Mr. Walker appeared in **** appellant, %isi étôà ÛL& 6th section of the Commons Regulation Act, which he maintained onl...

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 TKLEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TKLEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED P3E8S. London, July 18. Earl Caernarvon stated in the Honse of Lords that Fiji makes seventeen wholly impracticable conditions in regard to the annexation of the country by Great Britain. The Government will only advise her Majesty to accept an absolute and unconditional cession. The Australian substitutions are considered to be impossible, as the colonies are not sufficiently developed to undertake such a responsibility. Sir Hercules Robinson is to proceed to Fiji to explain the difficulties in the way of annexation on the conditions pro- posed. A lengthy discussion arose upon the state- ment made by the Earl of Caernarvon in the House of Lords concerning Fiji. Earl Bel- more, the Duke of Mapehester, and the Earl of Kimberley expressed their approval of the proposed annexation, and Viscount Canter- bury protested against it. In reply to the assertion that Fiji was not sufficiently developed to be governed by a constitution si...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Poctry. SUNSET, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

-'-KJ SUNSET, The beautiful sunset Í love to view, As lie sinks behind the mountains idue, Ho sets in glory, for his work"'is o'er, ' His consort, the pale moon shines otit oncö more. How calm and quiet seems the setting sun, As the gold tipped clouds, gatherone by one. With ft beáutioüs mantíe he fades from our eyesj His work is fulfilled, a»3 in glory he dies. The sun's liko a. l(&d&, $fiofot±\» covary / has fought* I ? ' His duty he's done, but no praise has ho sought, He dies, lamentations by his countroy are poured, And a glorious ending is his reward. How softening to the feeling is the sunset hour, As we sit with some fond one neath a leafy bowery And dreamily gaze at the last fading ray, Silently thinking of friends far away. We think of childhood with all its fun, For those happy hours feturtt to none, And of air castle built in those happy hours, As we wandered and gathered the wild biiçh flowers. * We think of ouf 'own deaf native land, How we can rive it ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TITTLE TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

TITTLE TATTLE. HIBERNIANS arc proverbially given to.bltfnder The Fiddler is a notais íasi.ince of tjhis> JHe however dtns'Hot stop at a mere blunder,'^t 'actually gives himself np to downright!}^*. For the last two weeks he has been ins||uá^^ unmistakably, that the i articles whicl^appear^receutly in the Ates tfol'tart upon the Comnio^a Regulation Act, were frbfti'ihe pen of .a^cirW^ legal gentle* i man in Windsor, who does-not patronize the j Fiddle, Tbe Fiddler has töWrjj|te^lies in his dirty rag, but this, is one^^^H^jt fcand Ír\th ha^^^^^pm^^^ that the j were noa prritten |7 j^)3Í^*¿^i,l^afc were &e produiflj mt my hum» Ti^^lrsimple layman. Bal It suite fie ttilÎQ^n mind of the meau hird« Kag of ^beWdçll^Mho pervert the honoí |d)le<offi<fe ojgau jwptor, to make an attac iipoá an ponfst aptlenaan whose shoes he J pot Itarthy tqJHmßkim, and Whose character ii firmly estèblMed not only in Windsor hil throughout the country both as a profession» man,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [?] [?] [?]ARY." [?] CAPTAIN AND MRS. [?] EDGERTON.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

than raine ;^ A''\..¿¡ ' - ,F#*niäia% . j . Mqr Fristen':\qjifc .'S%B|$pff^Mgr-HttíiBl MaryJ,;?)>."? -"? ? Can nérer topen onee tíionghti with spells Exoenttiw.naoe of ^rericcl sanctified By that dread citadel where Englandis soldiers died-" ' ? Martyrs to Kassia's iron hearted Czar, And " Florence Nightengale !" A holy star ' " Hose on the filmy eyes that vainly yearn . 4 .For Homes to which they never snaU're- j .'. ' .turn- . .' t ' ' '.' Kow shall we fail to love an<| Honor her J t The Saint-of Saint Bebastopoï, anther sweet ñame BaulS Will «hine »midst the glorious calendar (Of an immortal host of English lune) In many a Bible-write the name that thrones lite dearest Womanhood rn English Hones * But little Jíary traite (-she came to play-* The " Concert", of to-night, can bout no aid J ' From those who gire their talents for our pay And make their coBtly music-a rich trade A friendly social group of singers stand Upon tho Platform ehorossed by " our Band" Of Tolun...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXVI. ALL GOES WELL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

Uti' VóJts''NraL¿&;l u&t&èoV; My'ÄÄ '-i^'UMr^ph ^hef tcnp of 'Toy.' /ßo'what^^b^^^^nM ntft; get rid of ¡tiídso"^, l%fâtMm 'Isyer; terrible prosentirbent tô. èWÂeto^îng "int^fe: bîirliightsTestiéss j < ; ^hFyet ^e^i^g^eö^^^ 'Trél,l.,;: LóVtí ^mmir¥4 ww ^aflr*iat>: Coloree ;StrattobVabd'!iïs 'trM ^^^&m^-;to,!/lfe| Wàgbt^y'MijÂ'sWTmtft-^r .wal ït ïfiat MB T»»îty'':;w9i8';-À^i^À':. b/ bër OTi3etit pár-¡ tialrttf , - /": *' .?? ; y-' ? .' '? i Lady Doncástote cojíld iibt kelp , thinking; the latter, foi* she beAh ib ñnoersiánd' him! thoroughly now ; but the jesuit would bjï thß j sanie in either case, for he did not copcèali from her that he meant to ask Edith to' be his wife. : ; The two tbills liad been met-the trustees showing themselves very accommodating; m '' view'of the yoking Yiscount's splendid 'pros-! pécts; and the Countess wó'uld;;haye been; happier than she had' been for many years, j ó:tfy for this dark shadow pf pain that hung:...

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 — 25 July 1874

MARKETS. THE markets tin's week are a shade better. Maize can now be quoted at Windsor at 3s. Hd for good, and 3s for light weight. In Sydney it is worth 3s. lOd. and at Melbourne 4s. Od. with a bare market. Butter has taken a rise and is worth ls. 3d. per lb. in Windsor, at which price Mr. Davies sold a consignment on Tuesday last. Good poultry is in demand and realize extreme rates. The market is bare of hay and straw. The maize by the Maid of Erin brought 3s. l|d ; fowls, 3s. 4d. ; eggs, lOd. The maize by the Hard Times (very in- ferior sample) brought 2s. 9d. ; fowls, 3s. 4d. to 2s. 9d. ; eggs, lOd. ; butter, ls, 2d. The oats by the Forget-me-uot brought 3s. 4d. ; fowls, 3s. 4d. ; eggs, lOd. ; butter, ls. 3d. to ls. 4d. The maize by the Emily Jane brought 3s. í^d.y fowls, 3s. 8d. ; eggs, lOd. j The maizo by the Industry brought 3s. ; /owls, .3s. 4d. ; eggs, lOd. ; oranges, 2¿d. ' The maize by the Sarah Jane brought 3s. ; fowls, 3s. 4d. The maize by the Adventure brought 3s. ld. ...

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 — 25 July 1874

Currants, Rice efpool Salt, Candles, Soap, îîcropene Oil Superior Colonial -manu ac tur ed Bis- cuits. EORGE DAVIES has received instruc ~J+ tions to sell .by Auction at Mr Holmes' Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor on Saturday tho 25th instant,- a large consignment of Su- gar, Teae, Flour, Oilnmuô-stofcs, Raisons, Cur- rants, Liverpool Salt, Crawlies, Soap, Kerosene Oil, and Superior Colonial manufactured Biscuits &c. &c, In lot6 to suit purchasers. Terms, Cash. RIVER CRAFT-FLY. GEORGE DAVIES has received instruc- tions from MR. ROBERT EALES, to sell by Auction at the Windsor Wharf on Saturday next, the 1st August 1874, at 12 o'clock. Thc River Craft-Fly vrith sails &c, and now ready for work. " The Fly is substantially built, sails well, Í6 a good comfortable Craft, will carry 250 bushels of maize, and when loaded only draws 2 feet 9 inches. The Fly is well known on the Hawkesbury River, and no further comment is needed by the Auctioneer. ALSO. At the same time and pla...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

, WfiíDSpÉ MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. pps*?--? '"' -Tfii^Btiäl meeting of thej'above took place í>on Weanfeg4ay last.; present, the Mayor, ' Aldermen Bean, B^ard^ ^Turner, Gosper, ¡?^foses and Primrose. " & vïhe minutes of the last meeting were read 3 ' 1 , ^BBESfrONOENCE. ? i" ^iett^.wasjröceiTedfrömthö Lands Office, ^^S^OfiiXíig^^^^ tom" of £20 granted for â^e l^eetîéii óf the new pgund, had been Ml: ¿r^it of the Mayor. £MÊ^& :G^nm^ü.^i^'Tead the copy of a letter KHfeWtörwafded ta Mr. John Wood I^Pál^^^^^Onani'ittié^ Cautioning him not ^^^^^^^!^^Ker,.wtw:j%e repairs to his ^^^^éw^BV^I^.- npon the roadway. I ^^pÀ^^ll^|^^oa--^.. ^bié a list of ^ßS0^^M^fy-^Br andi also the bond ilfÄ'- ' '§ -^4^b^ft^;-^ai^^;if ked' ilbat bas been done f^ifi^^Étorá^to tá^;¿%feacrtór. stone kerning, f^^p^|ibi»^df^lt^t Hé''. arçfc^tqr bad. ' f&^-fiàecftixfâ ; WJrV'^eferrecl -' to the ffintoée|OQmia|Ct^ .. "vi" . í\ ' -¿j CMâ Wrns® CÜerk stated thé he had xeeeived a cheque froinjMr- Sam...

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 — 25 July 1874

ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. MAID ot Erin (Bailey) from the M'Donald jf^h-majqpe, poetry and eggs. , *^tanâ Times (fjveringham) from Lower Portland jdth maize, poultry, eggs and sun- dries. Eajget-me-not (Leet) from Sackville ReacYvrith*oats, poultry eggs and sundries. Emily Jane (Douglas^ from the M'Donald ^k|^ai^,pö>#ry and eggs. Industry (Sullivan) from the M'Donald tritt maize, poultry, eggs and oranges. Bittali Jane (Croes) from "Wiseman's Ferry trith maize and poultry. Adventare (Smith) from Webb's Creek with litaize, poultry and eggs.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian. SATURDAY, JULY 25TH, 1874, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 July 1874

$lje Australian. SATURDAY, JULY 25TH, 1874, Ii have good memories if they llge in their favorite practice, i truth and therefore take every o expose anything approaching thiß not so with our mendacious r who seldom or ever can be ; truthful reporter. As an in mendacity we take an article st week headed ourselves. It vas created by the force of cir What were the circumstances Bitch a Tesnït ? We will answer . The Australian whielv bad lied two years, had been too on-t eiposed too much corruption and amoB^otir public men, in fact érHy ttyonNçvery occasion to speak ^^^Vtruth anà there srere none who could im ^^Kge^H therefore aft xmpfcsition paper was ?Started with the expressed ini^tion of driv ^i?fe¿the Australjm ont Af \fcbe fiè^ with what rew^t is well ki§wn to \he public\ We are 6tiir¡_^p and mofó succe6&fnl thanhè^tofore. The ttendaciou^ Fenian rag says that\soder ordinary cogditfo-g our Journal would hWe heen quite ^nfficient for all local necessities ; %vt that w¡e depa...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALARMING POSITION OF CONTINENTS AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

m&$?W$&W OF COÎÎTÏ ÀFFÂIES. :4^Pfö1^fg^ to a con f«Êê^^ ;j»tho course of his «óiriiiiitiriiea. .^i^^Wj'!dii^^vw1iat. he considers to be IbSalii^ei^iig Tolcarid,which is likely at any .^i'jjjirt^4rtè^r^ forth,dealing death and " fltttriiciionfa «Wen- direction. The writer ' ?.^.':f4*-*l»»t've shall have the customary ^ ^TflûÉiÉlNprm of officiai and semi official articles, representing everyone as an unmitigated and malignant alarmist who does not believe in eternal peace between the two Empires, now that the two Emperors bare publicly embraced «ach other on a railway platform, is a matter of course, bnt when we remember that this identical, everlasting friendship between the two and the Emperor br11 Germany was an- nounced only eighteen months since, on the occasion of the Berlin meeting, and that two nt least of the regal trio aré already beginning to write each other down once more, it is not likely that the present assurances will be very generally credited. The tr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXVII. THE OLD MAN'S GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

Breai '^^ß^K^M feverish aä boör ; ' parlier, tfcan usual, for, ^e [sjeep^f fjf^a^ion ' lightens, towards dawn, and whßg -JQVi lïouee, it,is,to rf member, and jfealv. .-Vnj/'ï 't> ; V' PpprMary l'^Vw¡«t»r;í«?t 1^<>Bf^*i-»M aia> afraid. ^.^.^..v^arsb^ jtjoj ^.^ast .night.' . - ; ',XJ.? . lii:-v»f»iiiî'od ¡ki. : ? With ibis softened i^ingjtnppe^pB^vhe ! dressed himself;and went dow^î{§J^%.hus^- s" ing.his s¡tep as b.p^eârVe^400^!»<-::-: .!»;.> '.. She is asleep, ,or I should hear bet; astil!,* he said to himself, * It would:ibei^cruel^vfco rouse her ;' and so, on tiptoe* lie/stole down ! stairs and opene4;tnp sbn^ip, Jetting; itt t h e ! gray, chilly light of the ,bleák sprjng Barn- ing. . ... '/: ' .., , ?« . . j Ever since she was a mere, child, Mary had I been so punctual and orderly,; so :pareful;?pf his comfort, that a chill passed ,through his I whole frame when he entered the , little i kitchen, and found no preparation for break- fast, no sign ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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RATHER AWKWARD, YET PLUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

RATHER AWKWARD, YET PLUCKY. We hare a gravel roof on our house, and the other dav some workmen were up there fixing it. They had a block and tackle rigged On the edge of the roof, with a rope reach- ing to the ground, for the purpose of hoisting the tar and gravel. Our girl was out washing the yard at the time, and somehow the hook on the end of the rope caught in her looping , skirt as she walked past it. The man on the roof was discussing the Darwinian theory, or the tax on rum, or something else, at that ! moment, and seeing the rope shake, he con i sidered it was the signal to haul up ; so with- out looking over the edge, he began to wind the crank with velocity. A moment later, the next door neighbours heard fearful screams and as they rushed to the windows they perceived an athletic exile of Erin* swiftly I ascending to the blue ethereal beavens. The - man at the crack fairly ached to look over and see what the noise was about, but he couldn't stop, he thought, until he got th...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. £ s. a. £ c. d. Lucerne Hay.... 2 10 Oto 4 10 0 Oaten ditto . 3 10 0 6 0 0 Straw . 3 0 0 4 10 0 Maize .' 0 3 8 Ô 3 10 Wheat (Colonial . 0 6 0 0 7 0 Oats . 0 3 9 0 4 0 Fowls. 0 2 3 0 4 6 Ducks. 0 3 C 0 3 9 Geese . 0 4 O 0 6 6 CockTm-kevs. 0 10 6 0 lb 0 Hen ditto...". 0 4 6 0 7 0 E^s ^ ". 0 13-O.1!» Potatoes V. 4 0 0 4 6 0 Honor . 0 0 2 0 0 6 Hvo* WMX . 0 1 0 0 1 0 Sucking figs. 0 3 6 0 5 9 Calves. 0 10 6 2 6 0 Umbi". ö 8 6 0 12 Hides (dry) . 0 0 i\ ,0 0 C. R. BEDWELL <fc CO.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

MARKETS. THIS markets this week aro without alteration. The maize by the Wave, brought 3s. 2d ; fowls, 3e. 4d ; eggs, 9d ; butter, ls. 4d ; oranges 2^d. The ducks by the Hard Times, brought 46. 6d ; fowls, 3s. 3d; eggs,.9d; butter ls. 3d. The maize by the Better Times, brought j 3s. ld ; fowls, 3s. 4d : eggs, 9d ; oranges, 2d ; butter, ls. 2d. The maize by the Nil Desperandum, brought 3s. ld ; fowls, 4s ; eggs, lOd ; Turkeys, 7s. Gd. to lGs. The maize by the Cicilia, brought 3s. ld ; eggs, lOd.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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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 — 1 August 1874

©orrcgpoii&íuce. We do »ot identify ourselves with the. opinions of our correspondents.] ( To ike Editor of ike Australian.) SIR.-I perceive by your last issue that we are to have a day's racing on Boxing-day next, and a liberal list of prizes which I am pleased to see, but regret that the sweeps are so heavy, in fact I have no hesitation in say- ing that a great reformation is required in nearly all the racing clubs of the colony and colonies, horse owners are taxed too heavy. I will write to you on this subject again when I have more time. Yours, trulv. G. S. HALL, Junr. Newcastle, July 29th. 1874. (To the Editor of the Australian.) Si n.-I daresay you have heard of the sleeping beauty, well sir, we have another natural curiosity in onr parts which is a sleep- ing lover, he is a butcher by trade, and I will h tired after coming from lté Kêrrajfrng, nn&k?, let himAitoe a rest, f U'iao^^^ton't Tall/"" * I believe this interesting couple win soon ho married, but he wa...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

ENGLISH NEWS. » ? . v . EEUTEB'S TELEGRAM ? TO AUSTRALIA» ASSOCIATED P^KSS. London, July 24, Tris House of Commons has nnanimouly voted £15 OOO annually for Prince Leopold. Mr. Disraeli will not ..support the Appelate Judicature Bill, the Land Transfer Bill, or the obnoxious clauses in the Endowed School Bill. ' The prorogation of Parliament is fixed for tho Hih August. Paris, July 25. 0 After a long and excited debate, in which tho Government opposed the Left Centre, the Constitutional Bill was rejected by 374 to 303. A motion for a dissolution of the Assembly adjourned the Constitutional ques- tion until next session, which Was "decided by a vote of 365 to 308. "' " ' ? The Assembly has been prorogued, and the Budget will bo presented as «oon as it meets. London, July 27.> The International Conference at Brussels is opened. Its deliberations are being presided over by a Delegate,from Russia, but its pro- ceedings are conducted with cloáed doors. Great and disastrous floods havo...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

THE QBE Af PURIFIER OF TEE It stands on tts own teeUitamed reputation gained by a long series of wonderful cures extending over a period ot more than 40 years, and which bare been , performed by it in every section of the globe. In this colony we have the well authenticated certificates from citizens widely known to the public, on whola the wost startling cures have been effected in cases of diseases which had until then proved incurable. On these proofs we base our assertions, and on these proofr we ihvite the sick and affected to put their trust, ¿well knowing, from long experience, that when once perseveringly used, Bristile Sarsaparilla will never disappoint these who rely upen it ARD WHY IS THIS?" nnw »III iv niiv i The reply comes without hesitation, -with o full knowledge of its truthfulness. Because Bristols Saraparilla is the best, because it effects cures when all cite has Jailed to relieve, because it does precisely what » promised for it, because it is a genuine pharmace...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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MEETING OF THE TWADDLEDIDI [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

MEETING OF THE TWADDLEDIDI ._._r\.__ THE last meeting of the above ulcérons body was held in the ,Council of Wisdom, Gossiper Street. Present-The President, (Kitty M'Cloud Cad Esq.,) and Councillors Turnhim, V read the %oi ^asèè^t^he last meeting. Some correspondencias read on the follow- ing subject >-r J$&¡ - ~ C * ' Tn%fb$May-to ^fet^îiô^Wonf^he cheap ; an impr$vf$ tnetlad'of tOTrtfpttp^ and perse- cution; how ito harrass a tanner; and thc relative merits of softer and drunkly Mare's. Councillor ^Turnhim'axed a]queftion about something that nobody could tell him. Councillor |Primenose complained that he and hts brother committeemen had Ito eat all the dirt. iHe did'nt mind doing «|his share, but they wanted him to swallow. the whole He prayed for relief, and was certain if relief waa »ot soon granted he would shortly give up the ghost, as he had nearly ee.t thejpeck of dirt deputed to ail mortals of the sneak gender. The President told the hon. member to shut up, he wa...

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