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CHARLES DICKENS' SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

CHARLES DICKENS' SECRET. THE third volume of "Forster's Life of Dickens" is at length published, and in this the biographer has to tell the story of the great novelist's domestic trouble, and to record the gradual waning of MB powers. " This," says a eritic of the volume, " is done on the whole with great judgment, with quite j as much both of candour and of reticence as j became the subject, and if the result is td leave on the reader a painful impression that the great master of laughter and tears was endowed with quite as large a share of human errors as the dullest of mankind, the fault does not rest with Mr. Forster, who has been loyal throughout to the memory of his friend ; serving him better in this part of the life than he had done by his literary counsel." In 1857 it was that Dickens wrote to his bosom friend and biographer, Mr. Forster, the full revelation of his trouble, aß follows : --" Poor Catherine and I are not made for each other, and there is no help for it. It is...

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 — 1 August 1874

TITTLE TATTLE. Iii amusing to notice how tho Fiddler rants out soreness. If ever any one was sore he ;. evidently so. For notwithstanding his ètended contempt for anything that appears Ithese columns, he has actually been so kched-tm, the raw at last, that he has felt je¿Au|Jb| «ctuaïly did the Editor (my WaS^'Wmf^miT favour bf* reproducing his :}j0$fe¡tólilifàQtfbàom'. wèaEi I thank": lum ^în^rfl^^ j-jB/^îiB means my views will be Wr^ ín^l» th^ very quarters where I wished |lmm^ go,, and as ' he has been sd very lólfifgmg, I JriU take it kind, if he will repeat .the compliment, and .reprint the Australian articles wejejkîr» J/ am sure his readers (limited though they: ore; both in number and ?intelligence^ will find them much more in- teresting and truthful, than his own insipid and mendacious stuff. He has the assurance to prate a|>out/charity ' That is rich from the member and mouth-piece of a persuasion that lighted the fires of Smithfield, caused the,, massacre of St. Bartho...

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

Sl)c Australian. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1ST. 1874. TIÎAT we are paying very dear for our whistle, no one can deny who is cognisant of the do- ings of our Municipal Councillors. Tho Municipality has been established nearly fonr I ^erfor^i b^^ie Boronga Councñ^^^b^ come paWnlly |warè that a large amot|g| pi money has been ^uselessly expended^^f^ drifeiage of ¿he tówfrjs wofully deficient, an! the thoroughfares aré almost impassable. There has certainly' been a great deal of 'botching,' going on : Firstly ishe contract jobs were executed in fa most dissatisfactory manner, the contractors being paid for ill performed wjprjc, jrçhiph .was passed and paid for in a'most''reckless manner to say the least of it. Then day labour on our streets was resorted to, and a trial given, the results achieved being little better than the contract jobbery, for the very simple-reason that the persons entrusted with ; tho supervision were incompetent to-fulfil'the duty they wera ap pointed to do, and We,«]re no...

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

^fWas ÍF j|jê^ï>.--By Telegraph J löjsrn that h Im bee» faining all lost nightppjJB Goulburn, the drivel ,jias risen a great datiU since 9 ^o'clock tb^^Friday) moining and leB - now bank high, and still rising. It is fearedB th atihere will be a high flood. Tho rain'stilfl continues. ^"VyiNDsoR POLICE ÇOÛ»T.-*.TÎWB ^«eB4rie|« at vtik court during tue week fyave b^offtlB public interest. On Saturday -lasfiTpmelB Doyle was find Ös and 6s. 6d. costs, and JohttB Clark was fined 10s. and 6s. 6GT. ^stSj/wlB using obscene language on the Windsor Road j on the 11th July last. On Tuesday Willi^ntj JBowre belonging to the same batch of ofjjB fenders tried on Saturday, was fined 10s. antB 9s. t^osts for using obscene language. Ofin PILLOWS y~On Monday night umM the member^ oÇ the Prince of Wales LodgU of Odd Fellows held a summoned meetinga| for the purpose of making arrangements fqrfl the opening of the* new Bridge at Windsoril and also for the acceptance of tenders f6t9 printing the Bye-l...

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 — 1 August 1874

'#oot)yu ,,. SB W fój9¿) ... ... .?« Ss ^ t$a$fc 6 to , 3s f$;] 4 th 5 ... ... ls pl boat) 4*M:] ¿j..nír-h, ... ».«8 W 9 IO to 15.3s M ^Afoots.; Ys 6d DYER, ÏEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Travelling Agent. Ë 3»íe tliis day appointed MR. £H0HAS THOMPSON of Pitt, ïâ oa* twilling agent. MR. THOMP fl' ^^Jtete irathority to receive all subscrip Äöfj'piwd iabnies owing to this Journal, /V£IWM1 ospgree for advertisements, &c. fe af - GEO. DAVIES. ¿ R. BEDWELL Sc CO W BRO TO INTIMATE THAT THBT HAVK TAKEN 4 Mit. D. H. DAWS, ,£. ' BLACK SWAK TAKDSi * And fitted them np for the Sale and Storage of j i.V. *U detcription of dairy produce together with, " , POULTRY PIGS, CALVES, LAMBS &c. \* Jtegpbr salas will be held on THURS 5 DAYBafltl FRIDAYS. . * 33ieV personal attention wiHb*> given to the cbnduct of the business, and punctuality in all their transactions strictly adhered to. t , <3. R. BEDWELL & CO., 683: George-Street, pflfTi Sydney. ffflËk Bowepfels Coal Mi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHADOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVI. ALL GOES WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

mab Tjamtsput V ; -y i ii wir* i.<«rt«>v¿lflte<M)W.t .Pïïfc' ftMmrifií * TirsTmr^j r; -rr: .wiluna* m L \ waa rather doubtful if Edith was eowihappj as ehe oughtiQ h&I&^geflv^_ * S f r fast at first, m oró^r to gire it a chance of j r:i' working off some of its superfluous energy;1 1ère was ï^i.theyf fïacl-eB/îd ras more "time to " con!. - *» -*{'T yerse. , t ,_. .. , s-,;v . . . ; ' ' ? ' ^diiK felt'jpiâta d«ía>/ition 3^h»¿r''ifl^|^ídj> ~ÎBgby^ ' f 6p9n¿uf^!^¿:V. aere ;!,ldo^c.'^.ír0^« / ^tr^s aré be^nhiM'^'^^m^a^^'^lsf f. ^tb.aisj^àct BM. attention. ; ^ï*^iàlo^Îô j ä see thèse woods and" lanes in their summer I ", 'J. am afraid* 'my 'aspîïàl.ioiis .are mucli T er: T{ Then you must be very unreasonable.' r^i^Ä^ , ,, "?; . : ; * Opé^'wj^tmóií^A jjfóbd for'the soul,' she l^^^j^ß^'ik^ef^aa laugh. 'Xsuppose I 'tfmit'gwë^jo% absolution.' '..'« «jUt jV.Ti';.'.'¡ lt» » .'»«:!' . I nava JD aunarhin ir tar 1 ««hiùg';jù>t »'io relieve her emb...

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 — 1 August 1874

UDOLPHO WOLFE'S AKOMATIO SOHIBDAIÇ. SOHNÍPPPS seems to be extensively gaining; our public confidence, and promises to take I the place of every other liquor now in use, especially for medicinal U6e. This is not surprising, for apart from its being found in j most of our 6tores in this city and country,! 1 and its being strongly recommended by the physicians, the mild and agreeable taste of ' this article, contracted with the ¡strong,; ' pungent, and actual sensation produced on the f palate by the deleterious article-which is now the general complaint, of nearly all the-. : medical faculty of this country-would of ' itself suffice to give to it decided preference. " ! If prescribed as a medicine it is not bad to take, and to use as a beverage it is considered by judges to be superior to any article of thai ' kind ever imported into the country-and jl 1 especially if mixed with lemonade or soda J 1 water.-ADV. 1 THB OLDEST CORDIAL m EXISTANCE. This distinction may fairly be claimed f...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. (From the American Commercial Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 1 August 1874

WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. (From the American Commercial Times.) FOB more than a quarter of a century the above named article has maintained a position of prominent commerciil importance, wd tte oon sumption is literally universal. There is not » county upon ike face of the globe wherein it is not known and appreciated, and t3Îe de- mand increases with the lapse of each succeed* ing yean The time baa tong sinos passed when dealers required any information as io the characteristics of Wolfe's Arometie Schieman Schnapps, and it is everywhere recognised as a staple commodity, indispens- able in the stock of every druggist and dealer in fine liquors. Such exceptional popularity affords1 con- clusive evidence of intrinsio merit of no ordi- nary description. Daring the time that this article has been before the publie, efforts innumerable hare been made to rival its success, but in every instance the attempt bas resulted lu failure. The Schnapps was' introduced at a period when t...

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 — 1 August 1874

Auctioneers. C. R. BEDWELL Sc CO., AUCTIONEERS* BLACK SWAN 1 ARD Si 683. George Street» SYDNEY. . Farm and Daity ; Produce Sales, on ^Thursday and Friday, of each week, at Kailway Tuesday and Friday, Hay Maize &c. ELLIS Sc COMPANY. Auctioneers & Commission Agents, RAILWST AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, 763. George-utreet South» BYDNEÏ, for toe tale of Cattle, Sheep, Lamb«, Pig«, Caires, Farm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Sides, heepskihs, <to. Jttçular Saltt-Ttmdays, Thurtdayt, £ Fridays. AU Pfodaoe forwarded will, on receipt of advice, Ibe ratnefred io the Depot, from the Railway Station rWharrea FREE OF CHARGE TO THE SENDER. PH f ü I? ALJ> 1SC0V T R Y Ï ! f: A »AVK .«¡VD CEKTAIN BUEE FOE TOOTHACHE. TT-^^^ suffered severely from the shore I Xi distressing malady, and after trying tine beet known remedies without experiencing any relief, I commenced a series of experi ¡fnents on scientific principles which resulted - pn the discovery of an IMPLICATION at onc...

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 — 8 August 1874

WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL THB fortnightly meeting of the above too place at the Council Chamber« on Wednei day last. Present.-The Mayor, and Aldei man Gosper, Dean, Moses, Beard, Linsley Turner, and Primrose. The minutes of the previous meeting we| read and confirmed. v Á petition was presented from the residen! of Mileham-strcet, protesting against th erection of tanneries as prejudical to healt and injurious to property in the neighbol hood. Received. 'CORRESPONDENCE. Í Letter from Colonial Treasury stating tba the £50 voted to the Council was under th control of the Minister for Lands, to whost department application should be made. (2 Letter from Mr. John Stephens, stating thal in consequence of not being allowed to re¿ move stone off Wilberforce Common, he had been obliged to give up his contract for kerb ing and guttering. Received. ACCOUNTS. J. Tout painting board for M'Quade Pad £1 ; cleaning and repainting same £1. R Bedwell, black board for notices 10s. 6d Alderman Dean 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 — 8 August 1874

Ä^rand Demonstration to celebrate the Atore will take place M follows.' at «leven A PUBLIC PROCESION Jirill start from the Tomi Hall, Macqäarie street in the following order. , f ' MAGISTRATES ANT> CLERGY AS» MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, THE MAYOR AHD ALDERMEN OF TH» k m BOROUGH, VOLUNTEER BAND, VOLUNTEERS, FIRE BRIGADE, ODD FELLOWS, SONS OF TEMPERANCE, CHILDREN OF TBS CHURCH OF ENG- LAND DAY-SCHOOL, do. ... CATHOLIC SCHOOL, do. ... PUBLIC SCHOOL GENERAL PUBLIC. The procession will proceed along Macquarie Btreet to Bight-street, thence through George street to the Bridge, which will be officially opened by the HON. JOHN SUTHERLAND Minister for Public Works. A PUBLIC LUNCHEON will be prepared at one o'clock in the Hall of the School of Arts. Tickets 10s. 6d. may be had at the Tarions stores in the town. At the same honr a CHILDRENS FÊAST will be giren in the paddock adjoining Mr. Ryan's. And at 2 o'clock, A ROASTED BULLOCK will be serred out on Thompson's Square. In the evening a PUBLIC...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUDGEE. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

MUDGEE. (FaOM A CoRBESPONDENT.) WE hiive just received a visit from S. S. Gould Esq., Grand Master of the Loyai Orange Institution in N. S. Wales. He came here for the purpose of assisting at the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a church that is being erected by the Bev. Brother Studds, in connection with the Primitive Methodists. He Mt. Gould, bein g a member of that persuasion, as also is the Rev. Brother James who accompanied him. The Orangemen of the district availed themselves of the opportunity and waited upon him In compliance with their request he kindly consented to deliver al etter upon Protestant- ism and its principles, which took place on Friday in the*Oddfellows Hall. There a large and atten- tive audience, which was presided over by Brothe Dickson Master of No. 75, who first introduced the Rev. Brother James. The rev. gentleman in a very telling speech explained the nature of protestant- ism. He contrasted the positions socially and morally of those countrie...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEMALE COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

FEMALE COÜÍÍAGE. A LADY while engaged in the pursuit of her domestic duties, encountered a mouse in a flour barrel, Now most ladies under simitar circumstances would hare uttered a few feminine shrieks and then sought safety io the garret. But this one possessed more than the ordinary degree of feminine courage. She summoned the man-serrant, and told him to get the shot gun, call to bull-dog, and station himself at a convenient distance. Then she climbed half-way up stairs and commenced to punch the flour barrel with a pole. Presently 'he mouse made its appearance, and started across the floor. The dog at once went in pursuit. The man fired, and the dog dropped dead. The lady fainted and fell down the stairs, and the hired man, thinking that she wa6 killed, and fearing that he would , be arrested for murder, disappeared, and has not been seen since. The mouse escaped.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [?] A (VALUABLE) FRIEND? [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

tr', tl Shit A SÄ" 4 I've come to **àti? ^e*É¡ei% you-ana , « advise/ > w * * <:(Your^waB are per| dearj mt three ti penny,)* , ' You njust not rice and folly satirise.' (Indeed-did I accuse yon sir of any?) 'Let fools rejoice in folly-drunkard's drink!' (I/d like to see you on a precipice.) ' Why strire to save the faUen on thc brink Î* (To path them farther down is your advice.) * I owii you're wit-bat it is dangerous J* (As aU light is revealing what is evil.) ' I dread to find you compromising ut WV (Who humbly 'hold a candle to the devil.') ' I would defend you-but you're so impru- dent.' (So were the apostles with the Pharisees.) 4 Besides of worldly craft I am a student/ (And like the cunning Pilgrim boil your peas.) ' But don't mistrust me ! I am still your friend' (As much as they who served out poor Servetus.) ' I never yet my name or voice wonld lend/ (To truth-of course 'tis easier to cheat us.) ' But as the public seem to lore your lay ') (No thanks to yon...

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 — 8 August 1874

Department of Public Wo. Railway Branch, Sjdney, 7th August. 1 GOVERNMENT KAIL WAV . HAWKESBURY RACE MEI. ; to be held at Windsor on iS; and Monday, the 15th and 17th inst; On the above days a Special Ti ¡. leave Redfern at 8.45 a.m., callin,. Stations between Homebush and Hw .,. course. FABBS : From Sydney, Homebush, Haslem'* Creek, and Parramatta Junction*.-. ! From Parramatta. From Seven Hills and Blacktown.... Secmd Class carriages only. Tickets available for the double j<» i - day of issue only. A Becond Special Train will leavr Station at 10.45 a.m, calling at P.i and Blacktown only. 1st Class. i\» Fares from Sydney . 7s. 6d. ?>. }} Parramatta... 6 6 " Blacktown ... 4 4 Available for double journey on .?? issue only. At other Stations tickets at a si. . for the double journey will be issn able for the day of issue only. A train will leave Richmond for t-.e at ll.45.am, and a train will also ici ? ? sor for the course at 12.15 p.m. FAKES, 8d. Trains will return fr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COUNTER CRUSADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

A COUNTER CRUSADE. THEAS is a counter crusade-a man's morer ment-up in Ionia County, and it is rn-, moured that a similar one is under discussion here. It it is called the " calico movement," and is designed as a companion piece to tem- perance, a reciprocal pledge signing. , The men form praying clubs and pray the woman to abstain from the uße of stimulants as a bererago, or extravagance in dress. They have drawn up a pledge which is strong and double, and to be signed by couples, one part by men and the other by women. The man's pledge binds them to abstain from the use of intoxicating liquors as a beverage. The woman's pledge is to wear only their own hair, and discard all counterfeits or substi- tutes for that appendage to the head, except in cases of baldness ; to dress in plain mate- rial, cheaply, discarding jewellery, paniers, bustles, corsets, stays, hoops, switches, chig- nons &c. The obligation is mutual ; viola- tion by one party releases the other of each couple...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER XXVIII. A VISION OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

OlotUdè wats; ¿laying' á rerV double part/ öud bif to^stefef'nefcourse cito^reet'she1 >hould'^^B^prM%û: th'e Wicks' Wbi6|i encompassed her aboht on.'eveiry 'side. * . ^ Sba wanted r'cti>::get back W' lier 'beloved PariB ; but sbô tntsttetúrn tick; itt order thalí «be might be able nto revenge ' herself ' ion Madame Chausse'for ali the miseries^ of her*' i childhood. .". ^ With"her^h;tmii' gnrcev--«nd what vronhl fbe considered ti beauty in - France,* Clotilde knewthat iahe should eoon become power ari : 'the gay, capitol; where {women are . so thorouglily appreciated-and (understood. > h An old husband, with plenty of money «rid ' J unsuspecting disposition^-would * snit ' Clor - tilde perfectly welj, and Mr. Trelawney seemed ; the very person. '^he softer influences that had been at work on him of late had altered him) wonderfully, and hei.was even; surprised himself at the |«bange, ../Vi.'. ?>?: ?' ?'. 1- Clotilde; vas; leftf A good deal ;lalpne jnst ^ How, and made th...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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AMENDMENT FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

AMENDMENT FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACT. AN important measure respecting Friendly I Societies, has been introduced into the House of Commons by the Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, who in moving for leave to introduce a bill to consolidate and amend the laws relating to friendly and other societies, referred to past legislation on the subject, and pointed i out that the existing law is not adequate to ; meet the requirements of the present day. That the question with which the bill pro I posed to deal affected a large portion of the working-classes of this country, was proved by the fact that there were about 4,000,000 of persons members of friendly societies, that many more were interested in those societies, and probably not less than £11,000,000 to £12,000,000 passed through the hands of these societies. That parliamentary action was desired, was proved by the expression of public opinion on more than one occasion. The Government had therefore decided to take action in the matter. The sy6...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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The Australian. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

®t)c QVuettûliau. SATURDAY. AUGUST 8TH. 1674. THE question of Education is now attracting the attention of a great number of the intelli- gent portion of our community. From th« report of the Council of Education lately issued, it can be ascertained that there are at present seventy-seven places in which there are unnecessarily more schools than one, and that the schools in these places number altogether one hundred and eighty-nine, so that it can plainly be seen that there are one hundred and twelve more sehoola than are required. Assuming these calculations to be correct, the fact brought ander oar notice ie I of a most important character. We cannot I see the necessity of maintaining at the expense of the State a lot of schools, for no other I reason that we can be aware of, except the ! pandering to the interests of sectarianism. We have come to the clhclasien that the sectarian interest is not worth considering, ¡ and should be thrown aside in order tb pro- mote a mere extended...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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[?] [?] [?] ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVIL THE OLD MAN'S GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

_'1Ñ$mlMfcF^ 6^vifte'xJ?4i I. ..'m.-: 'ÍÍ».;.'.- ou KI j Jtifc^te^'^W^TVffoi aW>oj?,.#^ad JÁccQnn^^^ájp^^B^uce. satisfsorrily,,; by "." ; '9egra|,^Q<|Átte)ljr asking after ; ber, [and, G¡je*¿!$as' mosed,to tears,., lis^mpg,;, 'for; ,¿6.., beUev«&. IM* »U- the. ; wt,.;ithat; ¡Slarj,, jiaj. . %»^W^;fe^e»í%o?«hiherJ;,r4S .4jss«.. pair,'an^^afj^r'j^ffis^^li^ul fevejj'.was resting. . It wouM Ijave gone.ilj with her betrayer] Jf QJles jftgfájhare. been «uro w^o it #wasl; but, fclthough;his suspicions pointed. to jjpro! Fin-^ jriore^he dared uot¿pt a^ if f*ha'we^ sarkiest,; he should wrong an innocent man. ' And Lady Donc»6tore .took such a kind! interest in the invalid. She came to see him jiow and then, and would humour" his wild fancies, and -bring him little gifts to divert his mind f ähofif, In'ek'é àitentio^s' jre're a kítíd of J salve to ray la^y'^sick'_'cpá^én"cey.a¿d^is1eymed; to her an atonement and 'b'xp'iation' of spnfe ^eat:wr£)Q^ 1 '

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