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A WHOLESALE ROISONING CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

Á LSTTHB from Easton. Pennsylvania, states: thWon 'ttà taWvWimWajf "of Mar«»; Lároa, resTdingbn ¿he.Beláwarej'at.ia*! place7 jelled Minpra]L76priD£,,ajjDntIveiimjl^aboye *j ?Eas'ton, consisting of himself, ,his wife, and^i «ix children, and Moses ¡Schng'j1 who boarded ¡with them, were tafeen more or less ill im mediately a%r.juppe^^^^^ Oneof>the younger children, who was not much affected, was sent toíseek asaiBtnhte.'.ond she at onccsought'otit lan elder brother, Clinton J. dJatoáj who had" iSUpp'edisritK fherfanúty, andoaake'd" het-kï go [with her to the house. He did so,?) nnd««im,J uYediately^agrifc for medical aid; r;<©r. Ali K. Seem w&^h$;t &xi& fading 4brt ali>rrhe Isyni^tómsj.uíndicatéd Uhbtoitbey' had < been poisoned, administered emetics land hpplred ?other remedies* to relievetheir' sufferings." Towards midnight they all grew woree, how*-"' , ever, and another docftor was senttfor; At his suggestion other antidotes w...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF WITCHCRAFT IN SOMERSETSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

EXTRAORDINARY 'GÄBE OF WITÜff CßlFT m SOMERSETSHIRE"; ' : ? -.- .. . ??. V . # A CASE of \r it eli era ft carnet before, the Yeovil magistrates on Saturday. Frederick Cnl^fordj living at. Crewkerne, was surarapned foy ob taining money under false pretences from;¿p. servant girl named Hannah Foq^ wbp¿ in sides at Oncombe, near. Ycóvif.'', íh^'^írfi mother had Leen paralysed, for, è'ooi^ $fte¿ und liad an impression timi she wai bewitched. According tb the case forjtbe pro^ec^||pft» girl went to defendant,_ wlm, nás^^jíh'e^Miia tion of being a J'.wiso;man)", at/ptie,0f;i^a I weekly consultations held in a Yeovil'' bçéÇ^ j house. He asked for bottle of watery-joF a certain kind, and it wa6 handed.td T^îm! After shaking it up, he "announced tnatl5tke.'|>qqr( woman was undoubtedly.- " ov.erloblieq,|'(i,aû^ that he could remove the spéïlp*. ^e^péñ placed some thorns and wfitiea",c^s,e'%^hl^e bottle, ordering the girl to bury lin^k^clqSfn,? wards in her .mother's garden jEoÇaj.mqj.jth. ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOSLEM ATROGITIES IN BULGARIA! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

< ....... - - r . *t... » f !TBE OonRtantmop1é>fiCûrpegponaëBÎ" !«PkW' Miiyfàfàpwm'vk the \m. ¿ms^ \\ ifootrtölC .fcVocitie'ífiEmitted'lia7JBiflgflïlEV iThe local newspapers have given mysîërj;^^ hfntS %%oüt!comsf c%a§nfce fCom','the interior whicli they have been obliged to(SH£p^si?f *ï have hitherto refrained from mentifà'm|f these rumbuV^'orVrbní stating what I háve'he^rcl, but they are now gradually assuming definite ness and consistency, and cruelties are l^ing i-evealed which place those couimift'èd, 'in Herzegovina and Bosnia altogether? W H&e background. -These cruelties haye not-'been altogether (though the^ Baye in the main) confined to thé éidé'of'thë Turks ; but that which throws íhe balance altégethèr against the latter is that: the government has been either unable or unwilling to prevent its own 'ëraployeès-I am unwilling .to' usé 'the words soldiers, fo'r the '^sh^Bäzoüks,by whom they have been ¿ommittedV are altogether Tin worthy pf the name-fr...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHORT HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

A SHOUT mnmm&8.h , ß wast muco eiqoiá'ji jsjffos Yea «Tan i . Uï^»jûip,iïth*r^i^ «Wi uig-ltt recenl^r, aatót¡zfen%a^Jiitte acjiqtegtßj ja fid.qHft/ii'to>^),?aöd* ^ tóSibo^satí. ^iJtfi h0q bbchearj; fooíüaíf pi á.-eopiüg tiifye leiths n^wr bud a voice calling out the íigajSftft%0i4BtíM. jion. freust ^trhc^afdve^-oinjD^n^eíl'/tBe house a loud, angry voice cried out : '? ¿ooc ' j ' Stop that music immed¡a.ttfh/il^Jn!í!íí!)'j' ! lt stopped, ¿nd the dancingf<ôefls»di;îiliAhe midst pf ; the fignreii; wn.w oh ítJ?im no£ * s « What de mattàhi Sam îjj aíke4 üW8>tfw*í voice-pt?.what 'dd you meatt byiSlQbpjttVide dance.?' ; y.-V.'J ;:^^:,<' tUU' i?".;. i* I means jes 'zacly wot I-saydf answered 1 Sam ;; VX;?gagdd dat baud .taû^iayt ?oar odis¿ party:;. I'se de boss ob dis 'cation!; Jde!banH ; shan't play no mo. Dis party.shan't'go tmi^ de ball's broke up. Gemmen and ladies yon, can all go home? , ./:; ? Î -f::Vi I '. 1 What in de name ob seasei it de inattati...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

3PÍ)c 3Ut$ttttüíW. Magna est veri Us, et preYalebiÉ. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1876. .TUE. question of increased endowment to Municipalities ia now Agitating tire public mind. Even the city of Sydney is crying oat. fur it, arid" Mr, Cameron lately introduced s KU to give to that Corporation) the amounts received for publicans' ficenses* Itr «ur'local Municipalities we find that the hands of the^aldermen aro crippled1 for the want of funis/ This, to a large extent, has been brought »bout by wasteful expendi ture, a thing wlwch is oE general occurrence ia all new^jnstitutions but now they hare settled {to their workrthey find that many permanent improvements are impossible^ for waut of tho neod-ftU- »mount of cash to exe cute them. Attention is then caHed'to ways and means, and it frequently happens that in*lfe^ %f iboliirig 'at home for them that foreign sources are looked1 to. This is wrong fri, ^Ifebitract. If we liftre seTf-government, we should* make provision to carry that gov er...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE [?]OOM OF THE [?] THE THIRTEENTH FIGURE. IN WHICH A GIPSY GIRL MAKES A GREAT MISTAKE. STEP I.—The Man who Husitated and was Lost. " II.—The Lady who Asked Questions, " III.—The Dead Man's Money. " IV.—"The Biggest Scoundrel Unhung." STEP I. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

BÎEP I.-The Mmn who 0^ Lost»" a IL-The^ iiaj Who A»kö4 <2»»östiönfli j " III.-Tin» Dead Mufi's Money, i ÍV-^<fThe Biggest Scbtíharií tS&" laing? ¡ eÜfBP "li. f-CWbíííái»^ 1 t am very sorry* too,*, she answered ) 1 bat why aWtlyoneotítá V . < Lr--1 don'tknow* Tu afraid I «an V he stammered. . 1 Have yon any important engagements ?' 'No; none. Nothing of that kind.' 1 Yon are too fond bf town lo leave it V j * I hâte * London. There's nothing ' I j should like better than to go away and never see it again.' f. Then whj^do you not come? Dd 1* The pressureof the delicately-gloved hand was tforerdecided ,Aow, and therè wa* some thing pleading in ilie dar lç gray eyes fixed on him; Blah* had Itwen^away a minute or two see ing after : the 'uggáfie. Ho returned at thta juncture. 1 He will come I' Blair Midr ' de *cÍBÍvely% 'Of course. I hare taken his i ^ticket!' >,.-?. . ' ?* Taken m> ticket ?» stammered Everest, Mind with a audden flush that ...

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 — 9 September 1876

OWG RmO TÓM ifi a f^il tóyfrunng seven -, ¿JWW old, rfand« |7--hnpdfi_tíipl), on «hort ejíij'ílw -T¿iy hi»>7*l«i»èds1ibrré, -wit h plenty of lair, and capital feet. Hç Was bred by JHéï.nrd Clew. Esq., of Keattlcy, mpv Jttnpaster, atftl wltl. wheu two years old, .to jin* Henty Spencer, of Lnii^hliorougíi, Leicester* ^)ÍK,4nr« Stud Horse. He fynk hfcen shown twice .only, und took first prizc-wben three years old, at the Kant JOerbyshire Agricultural Society's Show in 1872, and was awarded 10 guineas for being the mort, .likely horse for getting 'heavy draught stock with substance, also. First Priée at the Agricultu raVehowi hélâ -at' 'Lûûghbbrt»ugh in the same year. His ancestors on both sides nave" been numerous pri^rtakers.. His sire, that, well-known horse Old Brown Tom.. Old, Brown.Tpm -was .bretby. Mr. Sto-. rey, of Keadlestone, near Derby, and got by. Old jLei ceetcrsln're Hero. His dani, ¿ superior brown mare, by Mr. Edgee'dtoowri horse, Quarndon. . Mr. Edges' j brown horse ...

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 — 9 September 1876

\ * To OUR SUBSCRIBERS.-To-day commencée lour fifth year of existence, and also a new quarter. We trust that as the accounts isome of them two of years' standing-will be promptly rendered, that they will be as promptly met, so as to enable us to meet our engagements, »nd pay what we owe. The ,smm- owing to' usare in some cases small, but :n the aggregate they amount to a dea' of money. We hope that this appeal will not be disregarded, DISTRICT COURT --Notice is hereby given, that the next fittings cf the abbve Court will be holden at the Cpurt-honse, Windsor, ' on Wednesday, the eleventh day of October, A.D., 187ti'. Summoniscfi for service beyond ten niiles from tho Court-house, must be in the hands of the Bailiff, twenty-one clear days before the day named therein for bearing. Such summonses will oe issued up to Tuesday, the nineteenth day of Septem ber, iust.-.nt. Summonnes for service up toten miles from said Court-house, will be issued up to Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of S...

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 — 9 September 1876

-, 11 rr in T»0 WEB' foÛa fingal /a few t¿S Articles to I J. be had fit A. Simpson's Stores, Wilber mfaff FOft 'CASH WL¥, ' and in the ' quantities advertised. " As the prices'quoted-are much lower than ever offered before in the neighbourhood, we hfipe the ptlblic will kindly patronise thé CPBAPSHOP, W-ÊkT AH goods purchased in quantities de livered free of charger ¡ .? Mustard, 3 tins, 2s Castor Oil, 6 bottles, 4s Salmon, 6 tins, 5s 6d ( .Sardinesj 6 large tins, 5s Oysters, 6* tins, 4s öd ' Herrings,' 6 tins, i>s /ams, 6 tins, 4s 6d Maizena, 4 1rs, 3s 4d Sago, 6 lbs, 3s 6d Matches, 3 doz, 2s Starch, by paper, Gd per lb Pepper, 4lbs, 5s Whitenig, 28lbs, 2s 9d Washing Soda, 121bs, ls lld Baking Soda/ élbs, 2s 4d Best Arrowroot, 6lbs, 5s Jyood Matches, 6 doz, 2s Sd Allen's Crown Soap, in : stock-for three t months, so that it. is quito dry, 80s per cwt, other Soap, 26s tickles, 3 bottles, 2s 6d Salad Oil, 6 bottles, 4s Coarse Salt, I¡Os per bag Fine Salt, l21bs, ls . " . Best Ceyl...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tittle—Tattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

Tiítfle Tattle. WIÍEX the Monthly Readings were instituted at the Windsor School of Arts, I thought it was a step in the right direction, and that even to non-members a cheap and entertaining amusement would be periodically afforded ; but it appears that nothing will satisfiy the ! cernadle of Windsor. The other hight during one of these " readings," at which some of our leading ladies and gentlemen took part, there was a complete *' babel," and this was not alone confined to thc male sex. There were two or three females present who con ducted themselves in- a more disgraceful manlier than ever I saw the ladies of the pave do in the gallery of the lowest theatre in the world, a theatre designated as " the penny gaff." It is a pity that there is no means of pwnishiirg such vagabonds, who, not satisfied with interrupting the performance, had the audacity to mention the names :of respectable married ladies- who were present, in some sort of fashiotr, as follows " who cares for mother B...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STORY OF SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

A; STÖfty OP éüFFEIUNG. HEB'S |ft T¿ ,¿tp/y :ióí a blind Cree who ar rived at Fort ^?itt, on thpnpfth Saekatche- ' wan, otiè day, weak with- starvation ï-r-From' a distant camjp he ¡-had¡síarfced five days ¡be fore, in company witji ) his ^wife. v Thfijr» had, soníé skins to trade, so lhey*> loaded 'their, dog and set out on the. niarcjir^tho woman led the way, the blind manff,f9.Hpwing next, and the dog brought up the;rear. Boon they approach|éd,,..a plain uppn which buffalo were feeding. Tho. dog, seeing the buffalo, left the trail aud', carrying the furs with him, gave chaser Away out pf ßigbt he went, un til there was nothing for it but to Bet out in pursuit, of him. Telling her husband to wait in this spot until Bhe returned, the woman now started after the dog. Time passed, l'it was -grp'wing late, and the wind swept coldly over the snow. The blind man began to grow ..uneasy,. * She has lost her way,' he said'to himself; ' I? will go on, and we may meet.' He walked on-he ca...

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 — 9 September 1876

IMlHïRTÂWT^^ÊTE ft I RTAfi¥ Owflewof Stock in the ~lxm$<^w*>f Richmond and -Windsor.'' THE Scottish Oil sold for hnman «se ins proved i4â&pf greftt^||Wjï in «ll cases of lameness if^p^orse^^ip^u&Uy inpure bred animal V&aVing a complete and speedy aire after çtll otb cr remedies bad failed ; it will not blister or daofage Cajtoorse in any A lar^o ^b^j^i^^^^^ittary cttres «an be fully '-^SÉMISÍ^^WS^ circle of Ladies an| ^n^^^w)» Interest them-. eeWee in' tfi» ' ' Ö^EAT (??I Ai DISCOVERY. i^XtTBAORBitfARr DisdbfERIES \ ieibr theli^erpment Yeterinarr Surgeon for tnfeuure of Human Beluga. ¿ Rheumatism, 'Goût, Bad Tjegs, ^r^t jahd Hands, Piles, Mc. : .Ç Jnonths pf careful observations " |r» .admit that the public of 8yiî Ä* healing agent forJjte above, ¡ ^ .^^Jkt common to colonial life, fe."'«re perfectly »Mire bat never been FTISH. niGHLANl' OIL imediaiely aj^roed into the blood, v fogingita doll $j|^Jme into . brilliant j ñá^i possessing a delicate...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 9 September 1876

Marriages.         HILL — BURCHELL. — On Saturday, 2nd inst., at Penrith, by the Presbyterian Minis- ter, Henry Hill, of Emu Plains, to Mary, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Burchell, of Windsor. No Cards.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HE'LL DESERVE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

HE'LL DESERVE TT. I GIVE and bequeath to Mary, my wife,' the sum p" one hander pounds, a year/ said an old farmer. ' Is that written down, mas ter ?' . ? ? .. ' ' . ;-T . ? ' Yes,' replied the lawyer, < but she is not so ola* ; sîie tnay marry again. Won't you, make a change in that case? Most people do.: ., v.. ; ?' "'4n í 'i Aye, do they ?' said the farmer. 'Well,! wrjte again:' ' I will give ¡and bequeath to her the Burn o' two hander pound a year." > That'll do, wWtit, master?' < Why/, itV just doubling the sum. she would have if she remained unmarried,' said the lawyer. . ' It's generally the other way the legacy is lessened if the widow marries again,-' t. ^ . ' Aye,' said the farmer ; ' but him as gets her*ll deserve it.'.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

OF R|¥j&fí GRAFT. Wild ;KÏ6h GkJ^mitfi), from W*\&B Cf eek, with mjaî^^pponîtTy arid egge.. / Sir À^re^Ap^cw j(W,ood6ùfy), fromi; Wiseman's Tjfrty,, willi sundries. ÏSfra Yr« un" Lower Hawkesbury, willi j sundries. Emma Matilda (Butlerj, from the McDon- j aid, with maize, poultry and eggs. Stone Parson (Kemp) from Lower Port land, w|tfi sundries. Maid bf Erin- (Morris), from tile McDon ald, witja maize,- poultry and eggs.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevaleblt. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

?!)£ 3Íus$taírait. Magna cst veritas, et prevaleblt. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 187G. THERE is a groat deal of excitement in Pitt T-own, owing to the fact that the Crown. Land Ranger has served the majority of the townspeople with notices to produce their certificates of title to thc land they occupy^n the Township. This it appears is an im possibility, as they have nrt*deeds or writings to show in what way the land- came into previous possession. Fourteen days grace has been given, and at the end of that period legal proceedings are threatened by the notices. The threat, however, we are informed is un f «»w Wised by the authorities, a»d «ppears to bc un after consideration of the Crown Lmds Ranger. Tho land in question has been transferred from thc original holders down to thc present possessors, and valuable con siderations have been given for it, purchasers taking it for granted that as the land was "charted," thc title was good al idough-as in hundreds of similar cases no deeds w...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND, 1876. (Before Messrs. McQuade, B. Richards, J.P's.) ADMINISTERING POISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

FRIDAY, SEÎTTEMBER 22ND, 1876. (Before Messrs. McQuade, B. Richards/ J.P'8.) ^ ÀDJflNÏSTEElïîG POISON: + Margaret Eewis-was brought 'up 'onv remand, ' ,3 charged with administering poison to an infant (ber daughter'6 child). . % Jane Allen who had already given eviddnce in": Jr this, case said, that on thè 25th August last .'áhe was1 ¿J in defendant's house ; she heard Márgáret 1 Lewis.' J|| say on thal; occasion, "I don!t begrudge sending foraH thc doctor, you had better go for him'; \\ Laura|M§| Lewis said in reply, " I will not,go, as Wu .wouldjp* not let Tue go before;1' Susannah:Merrick vtfm^ present at the time, as was also defendant andae^s^j two daughters. . , . i^t^v Susannah Merrick said, that on the :29fh of August she was in defendant's house ^ she heard Mrs. Allen say that defendant had better senior a doctor, as the child might die and ffièrfe^w'dmd" be an inquest and a bother.; defendanfrsaid «hé ¿an go for a doctor, I don't begrudge! her ; Lálira said. " you would no...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EFFECTS OF A SNEEZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

THE EFFECTS OF A SNEEZE. . AN old Danburiah, whose sneeze is Borne** * thing like a thunder bolt, let off axdiargeotf^ Balmforth Avenue, Friday afternoon/near tpjf ¿ waggon, in which a fariner from1 Sugar, Hollow was sitting counting môney. ' The. horses' were so startled by the noise 4hat they sprang forward, and started off at a mad speedj leaving their owner noundégjuig. m the mud and; clutchings desperately m \a roll of scrip. The old^gehtlembn was amazed at what had hnppened, butijhe was /complete ly dumb-founded when the fermer aróse from the mad, and climbed a fence,'áúd looked all around. Then he came dpwn.and went up a tree. The old gentleman thought hie had struck on his head and injured his ' brain. Pretty soon the farmer came down from'the tree, and drew a long breath,'add said : ' IÇ must have been thunder, but I: tffebght it*, was a gun.' : . . A Yankee being asked to describe his wife,' said, Why slr, she'd make a regular fast, go-ahead steamer,'.my wile;,would, she h...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR SMITH'S BOY. HIS STARTLING STATEMENTS ABOUT HIS FAMILY—MR. BROWN'S BOY FILLED WITH ADMIRATION FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

MR SMITH'S BOY. , Hrs STARTLING STATEMENTS ABOUT HIS FAMILY-MR. BROWN'S BOY FILLED WITH ADMIRATION FOR HlM. A family named Smith.-bas recently moved to Germantown, and Mr. Brown's boy, on Saturday, leaned over the fence and gaye our reporter his impression of Mr, Smith's boy, a lad about fourteen years old : ' Yes, me and him are right well acquainted now ; he knows mor'n I do, and he's had more experience. Bill says his father used to be a robber (Smith, by the way, is a deacon in the Presbyterian Church, and an excellent lawyer), and that he had ten million dollars in gold buried in his cellar, along with a whole lot of human bones, people he's killed. And he says his father is a conjurer, and that makes all the earthquakes that happen anywhere iii the world. The old tnan'll come home at night, after there's been an earthquake, all covered with.¿swecVánd so tired lie kin hardly stand ; Bili says it's such hard work. " And Bill tole me that once when a man came around there trying ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Poetry. LET US LAUGH WHILE WE CAN AND BE MERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 23 September 1876

LET US LAUGH! WHILE WE CAN ; AHD^BE MERRY. Let ns laugh while we ¿an, and be merry, Who kaowB iih&M dáyjoiiy bring fcrtbj Our lives would bViricsome And dreary Without the, true pleasures of mirth. Some say there's no pleasure in drinking, - i And carp at a draught of good wine, But really and truly Em 'flunking, : £uoh.r nations I e'er must decline ; "For I'll laugh while I can, and be merry, It's useless to grieve and to sigh Through life let UB strive to be happy, For we can but live till we die 1 Moderation should rule every pleasure, Nb matter whate'er it may be If life by this standard we measure, . We'll find that from sorrow 'tis free. Though some with my theory may differ, It's a fact which they ne'er can deny, If their actions by truth we could measure . They oft take a draught on the sly. Let them laugh while they can, and be merry,' It's nseless to grieve and to sigh Let them strive $j¡be cheerful and happy, For they euri but live till they die 1 Though some may ...

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