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MORE USEFUL THAN ORNAMENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

MORE USEFUL THAN ORNAMEN- TAL. THK < Pleasant Greek News'-being a plea- sant paper-has a pleasant story «boat a sensible young lady on the brink of matri- mony, who, on being asked by her friends what kind of wedding gifts sh« wonld like, prudently replied "useful ones." On re- turning to her cottage home, after haring been canonically converted into Hrs. Some thing, she found that her friends had kindly taken her at her word, and sent her a rariety of bridal presents more remarkable for their utility than ornamentation-such as a bag of flour, ditto potatoes, a chest of tea with sugar to match, a side of bacon, a receipt for a year's rent, and a " lot of sundries," includ- ing pipes, tobacco, and matches. To all this the " happy man," of course, had no objection -but mentally blessed his luck at having secured a wiee wife with so many sensible friends. Thi6 style of giving a young couple a " leg-up" is very commendable, and proves how pleasant must be the path of life for...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

APOLOGY.-We hope our leader»5Irlfi^ÉM i don any shortcomings this week/as owfiH ! to Mr. Davies' absence at Sydney all ttfl ' week as a witness in a Supreme Court casJH we are a little out oí " sorts." ; |fl I HAWKESBURY HACES.-The sales of tbfl i booths, stalls, collection of dues, and *ight|H I sales of race cards took placé at Tattersall1!! j on Saturday last, realising in all £121 10jfl ! The competition was brisk. No. 1 boojfl j brought £21, and the race cards £26 10B. H THE WEATHKB is very changeable. :||fl have seldom two fine days in succession. iXflH week the beary rainfall drainejd by 1|H Hawkesbury caused another frein of IQ'^iB 14 feet. The new bridge was covered, ai» some filling in at the approaches was washefl out. The bridgé is rapidly approaching completion, and is being used for traffic, «fl the punt cannot work, lt is reported thifl it will be publicly opened on Friday, the 14tfl instant. Il BBIDGES.-We notice that tenders harli been «ailed for the erection of bri...

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 — 8 August 1874

... .'Um*.** - fcwttJÀM byjnf^jotíej¿;: liÄF*% people Jetsons a ¿{efpfttiU&g: j^pm/ offers àîdn*t suit bjra ,to#|a(mtiQn f the son of Alderman Walker.] s ^ermi»|lBearà objected to the accounts A?dermat* Moses said, the question was * ^n«thèT^e:i-expènditiire %as authorised by, tho Council, and as it was neither - authorised nor necessary he ^ae opposed lo thé payment. $e did not see what ri-jht the Mayor had to . incur an. expenditure., of the rate-payers f money without the cotisent "of the Council. XAldérmiuis^ean: We remember when Mayor ! &was abused^ and insulted like a pickpocket, l^id by none so much as the present Mayor, ||pvínsdTertently^!»UBÍng the expenditure of j ilTfew, shillings without the consent of the i Council). The accounts were referred to the financé,Committee on a division of four to three. ÏIEPOBTS. Alderman Turner brought up a report from the finance Committee, recommending the payment of accounts amounting to £47 7s. Bccèived. Alderman Primro...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, August 1st 1874. (Before R. Dick, and J. M. M'Quade Esqs. J. P's.) ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. - ' 84.TÜBDAT, August 1st 18.74. (Before fi. Pick, and J. M. M'Quade Esqs. J. P's.) BOBBSEY. Jeto Hearne was brought before the court on a charge of iteaUng money from a person known as "Bob Eales." Senior Sergent Fitepatrick said, on Wednesday the 29th July last at about a quarter past ten o'clok, atnan known as Bob Eales came to the Police Barracks and reported that he had been robbed of between £6 and £6 ; he said that he had been sleeping in the house of one Thomas Cross of Macquarie-street, Windsor ; he said he was robbed of this money by John Hearne; Eales showed witness the trousers produced ; he then was wearing them ; he said be had the money in thc left hand pocket; Eales «aid that prisoner tore the pocket ' out, and then ran out of the room ; when prisoner ran into the ' back yard Eales pursued him but he could not hold him on account of a defect in his hands ; he said that Thomas Cross was standing at the gate and that he (Eales) called upon him to ...

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

A VARNISHED TALK. ' ALL the pew6 in our char, el were painted and Tarnished during the past month/' says an American contemporary, " and while fix- ing Dr. datum's péw, the workmen acci- dentally left a large splotch of Tarnish on I the back of it. Last Sunday Dr. Clamm's 6on, Johnny, had had his hair pulled once or twice during service hy Ballet's boy in ! j the pew in the rear. After a while young Mr. Clamm became quiet, and placed his j j head right against this one mass of undried I Tarnish. Presently he attempted to more, la a loud whisper, * Let go ^mrj^íialffí <ider»tionof just «s ht liad entered opon the coa- ,-^. on of4 Ihuafà,' arid the congregation aimingdróadftfl* bîowsv^îfo His fiat àt^mf: >; Unseen person behind him. And every time s;' he struck out in this' manner he vociferated^% : < PH put a head' on you after charah 1 îîtt -, go for* you, Bill Bellet; when I ketch y*u\'.<\ »Lone! Let go o'my hair, I tell you, orJPil*'^ .math yer ...

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

A LITTLE LOVE. AFTER the following felicitous fashion gushed forth the tender feelings of a be- *' wildered bachelor, who haring advertised three times, but, alas, in vain, for a young lady *ith a riew of matrimony, has'settted down into that most romantic of all earthly conditions-a pensive melancholy, and de- voted himself to the worship of the Nine Sisters of Parnassus. On reading of the conjugal convention recently made between Mr. Edwin Broughton and Miss Emily Little, the unhappy youth exclaimed, Whilst I am doom'n to loneliness, Thou Edwin, witt through life Be cheer'd by the angelic «mile Of a dear Lxltit wife ! In a school recently a teacher took occasion! to relate an anecaote ol the little girl who tried to " overcome eril with good," by giving a New Testament to a boy who had ill-treated her. The story was appreciated, for a few minutes afterwards, one boy struck another, ànd on being asked the reason, said he was " trying to get a Testament." This was a practical bearin...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPENING OF THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

OPENING OF THE BRIDGE. A PUBLIC meeting was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday last, to consider what steps should be taken to get up a public demonstra- tion upon the occasion of the opening of the bridge. Mr. M'Quade, J. P. Mayor, took the chair and read the advertisement convening the meeting, and stated that he had received a tele- gram from their respected member for Windsor, Mr. Driver, offering £10 towards a fund to defray expenses. He thought such an» important event should not be allowed to pass without some public manifestation of the appreciation of the public of Windsor and the district of 6ueh a great work; as that just about to be completed. He had been informed by the gentleman in charge of the works Mr. Liddell, that the bridge would be opened on Friday the 14th instant. Mr. W. Dean said the opening of the bridge was an event of great importance, and some worthy demonstration should be made on the oc- casion. He would suggest a procession of all public bodies, a...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. Before his Honor Sir James Martin, Chief Justice, and a Jury of four. WALKER V. DELANEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

?V DJJPEEME ôfatà. FÄIDAY, AUGUST 7¿ Before fais Honor Bir James Martin, Chief Juitice, and a Jar j of four. WALKER V. I»ELAXEV. This was an action for libel to recover damages for, that the defendant on the 23rd of Maj last, printed and published an article in the Hawkesbury Times, to the effect that the plaintiff, Mr. Walker, an attorney of the Supreme Court, had instigated Mr. Davies, publisher of this paper, to commence au ac- tion against John M-Quade and others to compel thenv to register the Hawkesbury Times according to law ; and that Mr. Walker had been guilty of conduct which the lowest practitioner of the Central Police Office would i not have been guilty of. j Mr. Windeyer, instructed by Mr. W. Oliver, . appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. M. G. C. Davis instructed by Mr. Freehill, for the defendant. ' Upon this case being called, the Chief Justice, on referring to the pleadings, sugges- ted that it was a case in which an apology should be given. i Mr. Windeyer acquiesced ia...

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

f TEE GREAT PURIFIER OF TEE BLOOD, It stand« on its own welUtarntd reputation gained by a long series of wonderful eurea ex'ending over a period ot more than 40 years, and which have been performed by it in every Section of the globe. In this colony we have the tcell Authenticated certificates from citizens widdy known to the public, on whom the tnost 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 proofs wc invite the sick and affected to put their trust, Well knowing, from long experience, that when once perseveringly used, Bristol's Sarsaparilla will never disappoint these who rely upon it. ANO WHY IS THIS?" The reply comes without hesitation, with a-full knowledge of its truthfulness. Because Bristol's Sarsaparilla is the best, because it effects cures when all else has Jailed to relieve, because it does precisely what IÎ promised for it, because it is a genuine pharmaceutical pre...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL DUEL IN LOUISANA. [From the New York Herald, April 22nd.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 8 August 1874

FATAL DUEL IN LOUISANA. [From the Neto York Berald, April 22nd.] IK our telegraphic reporte recently, there appeared the account of ajduel near New Or- leans, in whish Mr. Aristides Bienvenu was killed by Mr. Alfred B. Phillips, an attorney at-law. The affair grew out of a law-suit against Mrs. Bionvenu for the recovery of a millinery bill, in whioh Mr. Phillips was attorney for plaintiff. At the trial Mrs. Bienvenu violently abased Phillips, who did not respond to her, but instead asked ber husband to rostrain her vituperation. Mr Bienvenu responded to him by more abusive language still. Mr. Phillips knocked him down. A challenge followed, and was accepted, April 4th was named as the day, shot guns and ball as the weapons, 40 paces the distance, and the Bay St. Louis as the place of meeting. The remainder of the story is thus told in the New Orleans Times of April 5th :-" The parties with their friends assembled at 8 o'clock a.m. yesterday, at the depot of the New Orleans Mobile an...

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 — 8 August 1874

A ÜAFE ASIO CERT AIM , BURE FOE TOOTHACHE. HAVING suffered severely from the »bore distressing malady, and after trying the best known remedies without experiencing any relief, I commenced a series of experi- ments on scientific principles which resulted in the discovery of an APPLICATION at once SAFE and'CER ' ^ TAIN IN ITS EFFECTS, Immediately ' and entirely removing pain, checking decay, and tending to restore the corroded enamel to its original whiteness. . ' This Remedy, al first, intended only for private use ; I now, at the urgent request of :^iiamlwr* who have proved its efficacy, place (before the public under the designation of t: WAIpDELUS j . SPECIFIC FOR, TOÖTHÄÖkEij Confident tha$ this Application will prt>te linralnablè io all wHo Buffer from this cèni |pílitt*^.i.li.aTe resolved to establish it in evtery ppartofihV Colony. '*'".."* fc I; T^é'Bpeciôc can be obtained at this office. BICHHOND AGENTS. R. B. Hughes, Windsor-street. Chemist and Druggist. , ^ Retail prjc...

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 — 15 August 1874

CHILDREN'S FEAST. ridge Demonstration, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1&74. Vi"' 'w.-. ... --rrr *\.' j¡£ Y»HE Children j(»nnected wjlth th|^8cl^ls ?J .in WïgjîsoiûWdiferforee, ReacbJIrepi exerted talapar; invite all other 'Children of the district to be present, as they have rrangements to entertain " NE THOUSAND CHILDREN, children are requested to wnar rosettes bring as many 6raall banners with as possible. COXOB OF ROSETTES. Public School...Blue. Catholic Day School...Blue and White. Church of England ditto ditto...Red. GENERAL PUBLIC ROSETTES. Red White and Blue. . o t . f WILLIAM DEAN, t secretaries j g T GREENWELL. Bridge Opening Day. AS the Procession will have to start sharp at ll o'clock, the ; Committee request that all persons who intend to take part S, therein will assemble in Macquarie-strect, opposite the Council Chambers, by half-past 10 o'clock, so as to give time to form in order, , T . * cr * - / W. DEAN, j Joint Secretary g ^ GREENWELL. Bridge Demonstration, DECOR...

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 — 15 August 1874

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?and on ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^F^ when ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Pi^nesitatioD, a full ^^^^^^^^^^A^^^uthfulncss. Because BristoF* ^^^^^^^^^^^rthe best, because it effects cures when ^^^^^^^^^Bttiled to relieve, because it docs precisely ^^^^^^^^^K»üft¿ for it, because it is a genuine ^^^^^^^^^^^^jmzparation made according to the ^^^^^^^^^^K ot ïïie Faculty, because is prepared ^^^^^^^^^^Wt-iwatid druggists who understand their ^^^^^^H^all its bra,nch'.s, because its action on ^^^^^NVaftcffi/.f uniform and reliable, while other ^^^^Klled Sarsaparillas are irregular in their action, ^^^Ri unreliable, sometimes seeming to benefit, some ^Bin .(ding as a poisot: nud doing much harm, but as ^^Pkile, inert in action, having no effect whatever. ^^jirisiol's Sarsaparilla is never inert, and in ninety-nitae out of every hundred cases it will either benefit, relieve, or cure BRISTOL'S SARAPARILLA, For «alo hy all »ruSK*sc* and Storekeeper«, WHOLESALE .ACKNTÎ '. MOSES MOSS AND CO., S...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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THE SHADOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVIII. A VISION OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

THE IHASOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER XXVIII. A VISION OF THE PAST. ' My dear,' she said ' I did not tell you for Ï thought it would worry you ; but Gerald * had -d foolish flirtation with the unhappy child, .and I fear this led her to indulge hopes which ¿could never be gratified. You mustn't be iftngry, for it has been a great and cruel grief ¡to him, I assure you, and one that will be a lesson to him all his future life. But young ßeh will be young men, and he never dreamt Eher- taking his ridiculous flatteries in nest. He forgot that á girl in that class }ld not understand what is called flirting, lame him exceedingly for his conduct, but bink he basteen punished enough ; and is so sensitive on the subject, that a word tn you would render him almost desperate, I make him fling up his engagement alto- < hér, as he was anxious to do when he first rd of the poor girl's death. And we have ¡th to consider, remember. She is so de- ed to Gerald, that a disappointment...

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 — 15 August 1874

P^Thewrsittp fear of that. Mind yon write Ho toe very often, GlotildB,'and tell me all you l||lw about papa. Butthere is Gerald calling H|; I was afraid he ifould get impatient. r> And she held her friend in a close clasp for /halt a minute. Edith never guessed how thankfully she would recall the manner of the parting in after days. * Edith, love, we shall miss the train.' 'I am coming, Gerald,' the young bride answered ; and with one la3t kiss, she tore herself away. * The bells were ringing merrily as Edith took her seat in the travelling chariot, and Lord Finmore sprang in after her, dodging ~gftily to avoid the satin slipper one of the bridèmaids threw after them. Jußt before they came to the turu of the road, Edith stood up and gave one last, long, wistful look at her father ; then wafted him a passionate kiss, which the Countess, who Was standing close at his side, appropriated to herself, murming, ' Dear girl, her last smile was for me !' ( But I had her last tear !' thoug...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

HHvqe^^SHrT^ A-lbion m richest per pHBEh the Thistle of Scotland combined ; ^Hphamrock of Erin in evergreen bloom ^V/ith our own native tulip entwin'd. Hmg may the ño wer such union declare, ^Spontaneously spring from the earth, ?pd proclaim the land of the brave and the rn is Australia the land of my birth ! iLong may their banner of liberty wave [ O'er her plains unpolluted by gore LAs free as the wild ocean billows that lay And foam around her sea-girt shore. May her daughters be pure as their own cloudless skies. 1 And her sons tilled with patriot work. Till by virtue and honor we gain the bright prize í For Australia, the land of our birth ! \ G-N.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 8th August 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 8th August 1874.^" (BEBOBE Robt. Dick, W. Lamrock M Raper, Esqs., J.P's.), \|1 ACCESSORY TO A ROBBERY. ^ Thomas Cross was brought up on remaná charged with aiding' and abettiug one Joh] Hearne in robbing one^obert Eales of^jj sum of four pounds. Defendant pleadtecnfB guilty. M Robert Eales said that he was a marin and resides at Lower Portland ; he was ~M Windsor on the 29th of last month ; he sal Cross that day and sold him two fish, th! price for them being 6d ; he did not pay fol them ; witness went to Enfield and Ri eli mond, and upon the road back be countedhjj money and fofnd that he had four pounJH he got to Wfedsor some time after dark, afl went to defenp^bs house to get the price I the fish «old to him ; defendant was not fl home ; he saw him between 8 and 9 o'cloH at Moses' corner, a man by the name of JoB Hearne was wit|ú|mn ; after some convewfl tion defendant af^Él him where he was g^fl and was told that he was going to bj»*^H^H witness h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXIX. HAPPY IS THE BRIDE THAT THE SUN SHINES ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

CHAPTER XXIX. HAPPY IS THE BRIDE THAT THE SUN 8HINES ON. Lady Donca6tore at the Park, Clotilde at Combe Stratton, hotli lived a terrible life secretly, lest something should occur to pre- vent this marriage, on which their hearts were set. anxious days and sleepless nights. When the eve of Edith's wedding-day ar- rived, there was this notable difference be- tween the Countess's 6tate and Clotilde's. Her ladyship was evidently re-assured ; Clo- tilde was more nervous and agitated than she had been at any other period. If anything were to happen to disappoint her, it would be at the eleventh hour ; for the dwarf loved these cruel surprises, and liked to dash the cup away from the lips it had well nigh touched. The eventful morning came, the birds wel- coming it with drowsy twitterings which soon, swelled into a jubilant chorus ; ¡ind then Clo- tilde, unable any longer to endure the con- finement of her chamber, put on her hat and went into the grounds. The whole house- hold was alread...

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 — 15 August 1874

MARKETS. THE maize market iu Windsor this-^eek, is not quite so active, and'there has been a decline in price. At Sydney, maize still keeps up to former quotations, and at Mel- bourne it is worth 4s. lld. The Maize by ' The Hard Times ' brought fes; fowls,4s; ducks, 5«î goose, 6s ßl butter, ls 6d. fl ^T^äWH^fey the* Industry ' brought 3sl föwtgf® o' ; ëggf, 8d ; oranges, 2d. : Tiie Keelby the'£ Suffolk ' brought 6s 3d| duclts, U 6d|. eggsJSd ; fowls, 4s. J Tho piaizê by Ihe Sarah Jane brough| 2s lOdpowl^^s 3d; eggs, 8d; pigs, Ss. | The ^paaize^by the Nil Desperaiidua broagh0s lfíj/ fowls, 4d : eggs, 8d. 1 The maize î>y the Perseverance brougSj 1 8s Oèd ; fowl«, 4s lid ; eggs, 8d. J

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 15 August 1874

Cotott Calft. THE BRIDGE DEMONSTRATOR.-A meeting of the Committee took place at th« Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last, W. Walker Esq., in the chair. It was estimated that tho probable expense would be about £70 ; ef this 6um about £60 had been paid or promised, and' it was anticipated there would be no difficulty in obtaining the re- mainder. Sub-Committees were arranged for attending to the procession, and dccofations, public luncheon, children's feast, bullock roast, and ball. It was resolved that the pre- sent and late Ministry, the members for the district, the minister, of religion in the town, the Bridge officials, and the press should re- ceive invitations to the luncheon. The Com- mittee then adjourned till Friday night. The opening is fixed fer Thursday next. EXPRESSION OP OPINION.-We notice that the board on the Park lately repainted, and the name of ' M'Quade Park " in gold letters placed thereon, has again come to grief. Some person, no doubt animated by the gene-...

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