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[?] [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

^ Wcèd%nt$alAtrW MttffttiWrtff fefourV,, ab^hirclimtetArifcee.^'Hltte WtMíPC was aï fin«: as ft&WBMtö beeáfM»cdha|u! ífib tóWdañeV te6^^.Äi*W/VPB^ÄÖ social trains left Sydí&T fofñf ^Efêsllen^BiiJ>tH?ty aM^éd by épecial train y^ë^we^èafe^tlie. iirtt fâH^and Were'receitéd Jijf ^tís^wardB arid ^nduc^d tb ' that' 'portion " ^f'^ë-gà.nà. stand !ml a^ttrt ^brllïltem:; :f ^"Witîlapr/ volunteer %$aÜÍ Vásln attendárice, piid played cxceedYngl^èl^^tfrihe ih0¡afl|rrioon. * Jpe. grand .ékM, ^hifeft 'hill teefi ^enlarged sîncV; laBt lea^ was.vrelïi)atronified. / " dênW^vf^aPÎht «wei^Wghrf^ÄI' ^»#visttèrs éty ïlpml a èduplé^i^B \räitil ' TSr^ÍIC^Íí£ípítóñ of /tafe' reigns.each, half JorMb,t With ^sovereigns,' Hf. «&ttf°i><c . flg|¡ftfo¿' by "Fanic-lr . . :-^iV&yriïtët:y%tfa (Qnibb) .1 1 T. Ivory's b f, bf Kingston-Gazelle 8yre,*G st 7lbs£0Jear¿)... 2 A:EÎWns's b f Baroness/by Tarragon £f%vvrM^uïla, ? yrs, 6 st 7 lbs (Green) 3 , Thcj^Hafrkeabury Gui...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AWFUL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

-, AN AWFUL STORY. THE BUÍTÍ Arracan was burnt at sea in lati- tude îî.-2ti N. and longitude 65-30 E., about the middle of February last, vhen the cap- tain and cröw'had to take to their boats, One of the boats, with the chief officer and four men armed at Cochin on the 17th March, and subsequently the captain and eight men managed to make their way in the long boat to Aden. The third boat, thepinnace, with the second officer and four men,has now arrived at Calcutta, having been picked up at sea'by the City of Manchester. A pas- senger by the latter vessel furnished the Friend of India with the following particulars, which were obtained from tho second officer : I -" On the 20th of March, ¡we picked up, in the Arabian ßea, latitude 7*56 N., longi- tude 63-5 E., a smalt, boat containing the I second mate and four inen of the bi.rque Arracan, all dreadfully emaciated and sun- burnt. Two of them were BP weak that they had to b^ lifted on board. The poor bellows had been tossing about i...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXII. MADAME BRENORA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 22 August 1874

. CUAPTEB' XXXÎI. : M 'Mary ÜiWrcrepl «a^ frota f «ie iier-sitf that night, faint and afflverih# I ríeavinglií3hind her auch, tokens that bor i his head again,-f more desiring creature/ it was iuipoSsible> tfndlÄ tins world. , | 1 ~ . the stranger's car*? if uel bad But she j.bosom, and some mi serer F «elf at'dawn cloee w Praélfa^neTamí^^!» M some ¡food, i theft sal âowû in'th&Ae<îge and devoured bread and meat alm'oߥri^tioö*!K ,w&h 1t;e(lb'frj^ith à draught M^P*T T»«\ ^^Hfcäoment ene appeared on Ihe^fdatfoi ^^^^?i^öerald re]¿ognÍBcd bor, and bise ^^^^^HttkÛD Yt Avild, p-'S6ionatO ^^^^^^^^Hnd^ratlp^ belora ÏLlil ^^^^^^^^^HLind be yh^î^Ê ^^^^^?^^Aeven at tknoCF*~ ^?^^^^?L all tb£* WiT^^^ilif îifé, my, lédf lin^ÎWiiQt wid»^.|||i4ï|*iiïb*i by-aiiy- wïeçejtt» to ¿be pas^.^i^l^wfiök,,pe^f djd. not forsake S yon ? and 'J^u'cannçt wonder that I bave i learnt noir tc/ see that J am better alone !' I .<But^ihei|ßbJj$^^ Will i you let yóür^prme 'stan...

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 — 22 August 1874

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^n^eftac^tT^af thc Etesian, ?^^^^^^HM^i|a|# tçm tb* Black ^^^^^^^^^^HM^l^lpmaos iotgraite ^^^^^^^^^^^^Ajpm^b* Prince'« ^^^^^mHp ititi Golden Horn ^^^^^^^^^^^^^HndUi, on the Aaiatit ^^^^^^^^^^^^K'l^e healthiest rjlUge ^^^^^^^^^^^Hp.^bai' Xhertpia ^^^^^^^^^HHf tbçit. fashionable. ^^^^^^^^^Ku #«7 which of tbe Sultan's ^^^^^^^^^^?fcinagni&cent, for ^^^^^^^^^^^?jto itself, palace ^^^^^^^^^^^^HP* palace par excellence ^^^^^^^^^^^Hr8w«et Waters ^^^^^^^^^^H^brttaüarly chaste ^^^^^^^^^^^Bipr appearance, tba ^^^^^H^^^H^Bçylerbej worth ^^^^^^^?^^KfSsm&.e, on the Asiatic shore, ^^^^^^^^HF one of tb« moit beautiful ^^^^^^^^^Rantifui spots toni (he bau ka . of ^^^^^^H^fs. Close to the water, it is on ^^^Hl^Psideb inclosed by a curtain ot' vcrdnre HP^icb extends over the «lope» ot the ming pr bills that form the foot of Mount Borougonrln, and the iuterior displ&jrs all that luxury and . magnificence with which oriental- menarche . lore to Surr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGION AND REPUBLICANISM IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

¡w».^?11' !- >p¿-räum ' . IN-SPAIN. . Tssns are three different names by which Republican Spain of the present day calle her feons, namely : Ateo Indiferentes ; fad libres jpcntadórei ; that is, Atheists, /those* in- different to religion as all, or und*»ïdè3i >ánd free thinkers; , Jh ese are terms :pî -jtíSfíjiaé among us. Á man, however, wojid never tay of himself, ' lam an Alto,' although he mighi (and very frequently does) apply" that '* word without hope'to his friend's state of mind. The ' El credo * of the Ateo is something of this nature-a credo, if.it caa be called a credo at all, which has coÄ into this coun- try with freedom of French literature, A mah reads little, prayB little, jminfci a good deal, and observes a good deal He comes to the concln6ion that to sin if according, to naturei/jn»jf^ natural J and, -herefore, that He who has proclaimed that t> sin is worthy of blame, and shall be runisled, cannot be the Author of Nature ; for he reasons : ' Why did God...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] ASHAMED TO CONFESS IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

I ASHAMED TO COBfcjKESS IT. tlate Wheeling paper gives the following cy examination, which took jJece at the United States District Court: Attorney: Please state your m-ae, age, residence, and occupation. ; ? Witness : My name is John Reyno'-ds. I reside on Mount Pleasant, Macon cotmtv I West Virginia. My profession for the jast lf.wo weeeks has been that of a lawyer, «nt i previous to that time I have been a whed ? bright. Attorney : What .vere you engaged in last winter ? Witness {turning to the court ) : Aa I ?compelled to answer that question l] I Court: Yes, you are compelledjKînBwer. Witness : Well, then gentleméflRn SOrry to state that I was a member of Moment

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHINESE TALE OF HORROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

k 4 CHINESE TALE OF HOKJ1R. YESTERDAY mon 'Courier of March irate of the quiet < from his dreamy 6 of a wife-deceived produced from a heads, which guilty com -JV4f9dy *uns igl i ifgeseWemtftf^ additional inj&t to his anger bat he contnvéd to conceal rhis feehngs^fiota his wife; and hurriedly, left hbmeifoder preter*^ «f gp^ >>"$ankow ' hilt inat^ oCileaf^g ,he, a^d .a.f^w trnst| M«^,ñe«$i^í^vc^^^ the neighhonr hood> |>r0paijejrto pbtsja^gpsj} redress before the fire of ? Ji^iWÎger çopje4 4own. The un- fortunate maty > ignorant of,. % fatal trap, entered the h¿üse of the woman and both being surprised, se^uiep by the watchers Who speedily ; severed, their heads from their bodies md carried ' the fortner to thc dis- trict magistrate* - Thçre^riU,lg a^ trial but .the whole piece of hj^K^-^^i, mock- ery. , The., guilt, pf inn^MflnL? muf/ dered. will he decided . ¿y^P^|H_Bo th heads will be put together into^B^rge tub of waterrand^set in motion byrlgor o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

- " "Well; I:»«t«r,"«xcl8iqied oar interesting juvenile»e he impatiently < cast inside the glorious "Hefaîd 'of the Morn/* ami looked the very picture . of unutterable astonish- ; i ment. » ' ^ I " What the-'a up with you now ?" we enquired mildly^ ; " Up ?" responded this youthful ornament of creation, " did you er er hear iof a husband ' becoming a wife ?" This ' was a poser/ hut instantly re- covering ?. our self > possession, wo ; calmly replied, " Yes, "plenty of tho Molly Candía breedo : He smiled and said, " Oh, I don't mean that sort of thing, but 'a bona-fide hus-/ band actually going to church and b*j coming a wife.'* " / We candidly confessed both onr ignorance and incredulity, whereupon he politely handed UR th» broadsheet, and there sure enough watHhfi solution of the mystery-Mr. Coo- per and^ffig^Pi'^hand had gone on a tour to tho " ÜJttit/d t^ts^tes." With a tripmphant grin the urchin irised his chalk and in a few seconds the ^Office wall was adorned Tfi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

3TI)c Australian. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1874. WE have seen an eel when captured by the fisherman wriggle and wriggle in its en- deavours to be free, and cast forth its slime in its very impotence. We were very forcibly reminded of this eircumstance at the Public Luncheon on Thursday 20th inst., when we witnessed Mr. Henry Moses wriggle about and cast forth his slime in order to free himself fretn a just imputation. In his futi'e attempts to clear himself he besmeared'eyery body and everything, and even went so far as to try by inuendo to caBt a slur apon some one for writing a letter of no importance what- ever to the Herald about th» proposed bridge. He took all the credit to himself for doing what other people had done. He quite ignored the efforts of his colleague Mr. Piddington who at \hat time had, and has eiill, more influence vith the Government than ever Mr. Moses is likely to have. He did not inform us that the money for the bridg'i was got by a Ministry which he was oppos...

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 — 29 August 1874

lt tel, Windsor,;»certain sum-af Money, on Saturday last. Any person, giving a sat- isfactory description can get it upon paying expenses. Genuine Patent Medicines, \J loway's Pills and Ointment, Cocle4s Pills, Blair's Rheumatic Pills, Bristol*» Sn- J gar-coated Pills, Norton's Camomile Pills, Jayne's Sanative Pills, Framptons Pill of I Health, Morrison's Pills NOB. 1 and 2, Da- vis,' Pain^illetj Powell's Balsam of Ani- seed, Infant's "Preservative, Steedman's Soothing Powders, at 1B 3d each. R. B. HUGHES, (3 doors from Mr. Ducker's) Windsor-street, Richmond. Apply lo y JAMES HOLMES, Fitzroy Ho*eJ. CHEMIST» WANTED 30,000 Oak Shingles, must be of the best quality. ROBERT D. WALKER, Windsor. WANTED a handsome good tempered young WOMAN, for the Interior, to oct in the capacity of Housekeeper. Apply to, W. J. FORRESTER, Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor. ASpecial General Meeting of the Sub- scribers of the " Hawkesbury Benevo- lent Society" will be held at the Asylum, Macquarie-streety Windsor, on...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
USEFUL GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

USEFUL GIRLS. In one of the factories in Maine re- cently the proprietor! reduced the wages thereupon there was a general determination ti strike; and as they were obliged to give a month's notice before quitting the work, they hare in the meantime issued a circular to the world at large, in which is the following interesting para, graph :-" We are now working out our notice, and shall soon be without employ- ment ; eau turn ohr hand to most any- thing ; don't want to be idle, but deter- mined not to work for anything where folks can afford to pay. Who wnnts help ? We can make bonnets, dresses, puddings, pies, and cakes ; patch, darn, knit, roast, stew, and fry, make butter, and cheese, milk cows, feed chickens, hoe corn, sweep otlt the kitchen, put the parlour to rights, make beds, split wood, kindle fires, besides being remarkably fond of babies, in fact, can do anything the most accomplished housewife is capable of, not forgetting the scoldings on Mondays, and Saturdays. For spec...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRY ENGLAND OR, NOBLES AND SERFS. BOOK I. THE INSURRECTION. CHAPTER I. SMITH, THE FRIAR, AND THE OUTLAW [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

H \0R¿ NOBLES AND SERFST Vj^ WILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH. pi-. -"\^^.^]LÏB|lEpTION.. L CHAPTER I. K&ftti?, **» «IAR; k»o '.TH« OUTLAW ^nè'mbbe^aiief inWefljifl lus conduct Mhréí^^W^ Robín pjflS^ whîlf ¿ha Spoiled tQe rich with poor. ^??H^a.T« f |<es to toll him: of the wa8'r*vel!crs, or to warn ^^^^M#mgh his retreat was ^^^?naD\ber:: discorered bj tliè ^^^^?ectéd roi . ^^^R^ef ,fl0«raw had now been ^^^HV' 4$ye¿n: Blackheath and HpjHPr'iVia'fS eVerjr traveller he could ^wiÇ&alfcs^ an insurrection of thai peasants wa« planned, Jack Straw t the plot, and immediately fient a messenger to Wat Tyler, offering to ; teague/ and engaging to bring his s wïSi'îiim. proposal was eagerly accepted; and afterwards a' «ecrét méeting took placo íhe smith and the outlaw, who were nsèd with each other, feelings wiare In common. They both é |iobJÍl.ty, and burned to: avenge the irifliciyï on the serfs. Both desired distinctions ofrajdsji^flfr ártition i among JÉH^^^^^LI this i...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALE OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

Tbiè i rfaí ttftfcwhtib* W^e&ilM^ him.7 ''He-iuivtóá^ < two, or, . jf sooner, alway ¿ sîft>t,'flw :1fM^M£u%f|il my whole chance- o^sa^^^a^lit mined :'upwi I¡^:'äi¡in^';dia^:Pràé^7âi('4l' Appeared, Ï.' fclSSorüf^i WJM'>*<8k&iitt Ge^er ÔM^heforè''his utàtd vjfo^l fó* «Krik dent he would ipl^ibe^'ày^'iiatalâ'ffr^të the air. Batjoj^^îae fand I did not think i»,jwbnld\ ^mmmrm^int fer ho knew hie Vpoïfrtf i^imÊtWH and wat cool anóV full of nerv^^R5n5ut one chance, and ¿ye and hand hW?> > carry ?'. me ' ' througb-Ubéy bad »ever /ailèu ine before.,: whjY!%h'ouldv they then/ So there we stood, the ground was stejfped (ten paces), pistola lowered, waiting the signal. It was giren. I raised my wea fh à fraction of a second quicker than Geyer ft pause of a couple of heart heats*-»Geyer ujjKnot fire hurriedly-I saw my only ohanw^flash ¡-both triggers pulled at the sameinstant of time, as I intended^-a single doubfe'tflport-the smoke cleared away,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. AN [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

.<K . iiitnwsiA-: ry BBIDGE OV«H !&&àm>*i» 'tas.' "-jr'.îji , . , . [TOKs-Kinlock of Kiolook.] Bridge.is opeaed/: Hurruli ! 'we embraie tau' day;1 ' ! ' ' I JMOQJ so lonjç delay d,, ^ ü opened, Huxahl B&rrah reildy punt is laid aáide ; ailsome. alow/ and wearisome. . 'IÍ)!IW;T'Í, '-/.ti. >?,.. .-st ..!,. ,., less;now, of wind or tide, .. '. . ,]wl«a alor^g, be early honie. , t triumph of skill and human art, Hide pa, beneath óurjeet fair ÍRiVer}) jüp old and ypung do bear a part, Cg pt»iae thc Bridge that bears Ve.r, Hail 1 Australia. : land of plenty ; f flocke and ¿erda and golden, mines, pf the soil', be wise an<J . the plough 1 e: Choros; t Windsor Bridge is opened, Hurrah t ["soajp'we celebrate*;thié :äay,' ' ' líj^i^i^V «ó long delayed. ? Äriäfte is ope'nvd, Hurrah ! 'Hurrah 1

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT ! À German had! mode, a fortune in Phila- delphia bj Belling milk. He started home with two bags of iwveragni^, On ..hlpbpArd he counted one bag of treasure.* A mis-' chievous iuankjy¿iraj¡ ?§Jchig^j»^pfrations. As soon as it was.,replaced and tied up, and thé other bag emptied, Jácko snatched up the füll one and was aeon at the - masthead. He I opened the German's bsg, , and, after eyeing the pr* tty gold, he proceeded to drop one piece upon the deck and another in the water, until he had^emptied the bag. When he had finished, the Dutchman threw up his hands, exclaiming-* He must be tuy vii, for what camelon* de water he does give to do water, and what came from de milk he gives to me !' Well, we dont't ask you to believe^the^ltory, you know.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. W. K. DIX [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

i i F J TESTIMONIAL TOWR W. K. DI^l OK the 21st instant about fyr+y gentlemen*ajl bled at Mr Hoiries' Fitina/ Hotfeí, fyinâu^ÈM purpose of assisting^ the rjresenf&tfgj|É^^| dress and testiinfiSfiM: ti Mr. W. Kingg^^^^H the Windsor^ridge contractors. W. S. Hall Esq., J.R waB called^^^^H among the company prjsent we no^^^^^^Ê rtington Esq. M.L.A.. U Walke^^^^^^H ton Esq., J.P., and Meèrs. tt. l^^^^^^^H J. T. Smith, A. I. liddell, ^^^^^H Kingsbury. j^^^^^^^^^Ê A portion of the Windsor Y^^^^^^^^^l Mr. Budd their musical ftirect^^^^^^^^^f contributed in no slight dcgni^^^^^^^^H The Chairman in opening tn^j^^^^^fl nieetiug, said he had been requert^^^^^H Bcribcrs to present tbe testimonial friend Mr. William King Dixon, -^^^^^H with very great pleasure. Mr. Di^^^^^^H himself to all residents in this^^^^^^^H short stay among them, by his Q^^^^^^^l general willingness to assist ihd^^^^^^^J

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AMERICAN LOVE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

AN AMERICAN LOVE LETTER The folio wing ie a copy trf a letter which; waa picked j^hp in New York the other day :-¿Déar sweetj-^Üh, myÄ|lori of love, clarified honey and oil of citron,, white, loaf sogar of my hopes, and molasses of my expectations 1 you hare been absent from me three whole days. The sun is quite dark at mid-day ; the rmoon and stars are black when thou art absent. Thy step is the music of the spheres ! and the wind of thy gown wbon you pass, is as a zephyr from the gardens of Paradise in the spring time of ( early flowers ! I kissed you when we last met, and' my whole frame was filled with sweetness ! One of your curls touched my nose,, and the organ was trans- muted to loaf sugar Í Oh, spices of spices garden delights ! Send me a lock of thy hair, send me anything your blessed fingers hare touched, and I will go raying mad with exstacy. One look irom you would transmute me into the third heaven ! Your words are molten pearls dropping from your month-my heart biases...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

EXTRAORDINARY INQUEST À Cjpwnér's 'quest took place on Mojí last in a dilapidated bousein the Briçyfl on the body of a board paipttf! "jdjj^H Park," which had been found dro^^^H pond in the locality by some small ^^^H body was much decomposed, and f^^H appearance of baring been iii the ^f^^H the previous Thursday-the day ^^^Ê Bridge procession. The 'quest was fore the Mare J.P. ; the Foal acting^H position clerk. Both were moved to teójM the sad spectacle before them. >"-m Dr: Tout deposed that he. knew thi|| ceased well. He had been under his <¿i several times. On two occasions he hadij ministered gold-leaf to hisjihest, and thous it would'benefit the patient, but in rajn/j seemed much f afflicted' «ita hypocM J '.ßU»tjejfihp^M[ M^&^d'jie »Vj the d*ceased$(j$ jií$¡ <í^áeqií{m.mrí- m He ^a^.^m^^*^^^^^n¿^^^| letters. ; but it Would not hare np effect up«fthe deceased. '^^H had threatened several times to m^^H with himself, aslie said ho foundthe^^| ^o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 29 August 1874

LITTLE (PAY. A FEMALE correspondent, writing to the ' Melbourne Argus on ' Slavery in Victoria' says :-4 A poor woman who makes shirts for one of the warehouses in Flinder's lane has shown me the work for which Elie receives 5d. It is a full sized mab's Bhirt, and oÉÉ of the 5d. she has to pay for thread, ^h^H costs |d, so that positively all she gets^fl 4£d. Now I am very quick^at the sewing! machine myself, and I am positive that 11 could not make more than twooftheBeBhirtR, j were I sitting close at it from 9 in the iñfim^ ing till 10 at night. So that at that JjrnÊ^M that a woman can make at this sort^^^^H is 4s. 3d. a week ; and yet we are Pj^^^H| cooks £40, our housemaids £30 board and lodging. When will^^^^^^H women come to their senses-^r^^^^^^^H will the mothers come to ^hifl^^^^^^^H wow passina toxmà them. "Which is.best ito see .%h*WàW<%ïmW ^Sa^elc > cbfrnf't s^Wihlf^iâtchtnè^dritftî^e .j»rtnreft$ft>, lin; a respectable ifainiíy:?¡ ¡to see| her hliuth?'% ...

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 — 29 August 1874

Coton Calft, ME. JAMES HOMES.-On Saturday laf$ a number of gentlemen assembled at the Fitz- roy Hftel, Windsor, upon the invitation of Mr. V. K. Dixon. It appears that when the" stean-engine for the bridge works armed, Mr. Holmes insisted on cracking " a bottle or two of No. 1 to drink success to the Áidertaking, and now that the bridge has been completed, Mr. Dixon wished to return the compliment. Mr. W. Walker was called upon to preside, and Mr. Dixon in a neat speech proposed the health of Mr. Holmes which was drank in bumpers of champagne. Mr. ; Holmes responded and admitted to being wholly taken by surprise at the graceful compliment paid him. The company then separated. WILBERFORCE BRIDGE.-We are informed by Mr. A. I. Liddell that a contract has been entered into ior the construction of a bridge over Butswort's Creek, near Wilberforce, and j that the work will be proceeded with without delay. HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.-On ¡ Tuesday last the inmates of this asylum were provi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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