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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

AQUATICS. A match in light skiffs will take place over the usual course on Windsor Reach to-day, at about 4 o'clock, between C. Wood, of Windsor, and P. Williams, of Pitt Town. The stakes are to be £1 a-side.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

FOOTBALL. The Richmond team m^t the Strathfield team at Richmond'on Saturday last, on the park. Both teams played short, the former with 11 and the latter with 8 men. The game resulted in a win for Richmond bv 13 points to 8. Good play was shown on both sides.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

CYCLING. The Windsor Bicycle Club will shortly have a cinder trick laid down at Fairfield, Mr. Henry M'Quade having generously given them the use of that well-known sporting ground, and promised to assist them pecuniarily in the matter of laying it out. The many lovers of this sport in Windsor will then have an opportunity of witnessing the difference in bicycle racing on a rough road and on a cinder track. The Windsor Bicycle Club have a run to Pen rith to-day, and expect to meet the Sydney and Suburban Clubs there. They return on Sunday evening. , , - . .; Entry forms for the Sydney Bicycle Club's meeting, at Sydney, on the nth-and iSth August next, may be obtained on application at the office of the " Windsor and Richmond Gazette."

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

BPOBTINCT. [THE secretaries of al^local clubs, and sporting, organisations are requeued to fii$iish us wittf reports of their mbctingsf.br gatheiUfgs at as enrl^. a date as possible. Sporting iixt^rp ^ ill be gladly inserted, and any information oft^eneral intere|f' received with thanks-3 . ^ ^ , i. PEDESTRIAN ISM. ON Saturday last Huxley's Sixth Sheffield Handi cap took place at the Chester Hotel, Clarendon', in the presence of about one hundred ppectalprs. There was some good running, ami some of the heats were closely contested, One dead heat was run. On the whole, the handicappers are to be complimented. The results of the various heats are as follows : FIRST ROUND.-First Heat. Wall walked over. Second Heat. Tierney, iRyds .. .. .. .. i Cobcroft, 2S yds .. .. ..2 Rose, 18yds .. .. .. 3 Time, 15 sees. Third Heat. P. Molloy, 23yds .. .. I Roach, 29yds .. .. .. 2 Time, 15J sees. Fourth Heat. Drew, 22yds .. .. .. 1 Wood, 24yds .. .. .. ..2 Simons, 25yds .. .. .. . ? 3 Time, 151-5 se...

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ANOTHER RABBIT DESTROYER. POISON FROM THE HUMAN BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

ANOTHER RABBIT DESTROYER. ^ .... J,, -R-. . ; !N - POISON FKOM THE HUMAN« I3I<EAJH. , PkoFKssou IJko^vn-Sk^uakij hjis recently been 'making 1 es4periW)ejU; todetermine whether the juiiu^U .breath was capable of producing'any pois ciapu.i eiTects.i From the condensed watery vapor qi^tbifipxpired air- he obtained a poisdnoufe liquid ben injected into,the skin of rabbits; jm O di^<sd almost immediate death. ? He ascertained | liist ihia v.-jirt an alkaloid, and not a microbe. The (.?iiiibiis.diius injected died ? without-convulsions, ^.tiie.jiea't ami larjje blood vessels bbinjj eilgrsrged wivti. bipod. ..Eriawn-Swiuart^comnfiei's'? tt 1 fully ] .piihudi iliat it lie expired air, both oft nan and am |,nt;i|.s, contains a volatile poisonous principle which | is .much more deleterious than carbonic acid. The | amount of poisonous air Expired \Vith' the bream depends on the condition of the puvifyiiig organs of the system ; every particle of blood' that goes through ...

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LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

LAST MOMENT. , Cost of attempted rabbit extermination during five years, ^845,467. Revenue for 1888 will exceed Treasurer's esti mate by .£376,000. Prosperity returning. Judge Docker and J. P. Abbott at it again. It is difficult to discover which is the greater goose. Tolls and ferry dues on Government ferries to be abolished. 6845 carcasses of mutton went to England by the Orient. The average return of capital of New South Wales railways for past 10 years has been 4.13 per cent. The " Hairy Man," alias Riley the Bushranger, sentenced to three years at Artnidale for horse stealing. - Miss Era Elworthy suicided in St. Kilda (V.) railway on Tuesday. Bob Ingersoll, a barrister himself, says that the lawyer is " merely a sort of intellectual strumpet a Itind of burglar in the realms of mentality ." V My ideal.ofa, lawyer," he remarks, " is that great English attorney, who, having accumulated a for tune of^ijOotj.ooo, left jt ail in a will to make a home for idiots, declaring that he wan...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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IMPROVEMENTS IN WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

IMPROVEMENTS IN WINDSOR. A I'F.kson -visiting Windsor" at the present titr.c, aftef an Absence of one or two' yoArsi' canpiot £iil, to notice the marly improvements 'that have been effected in "the ancient town during that tinjie. Every -day, residents may be heard "rumbling about the bkd timftW,'lint if the'improvements jn buildings;;&c.', may be taken as a criterion, times can-scarcely be ho severe as they are alleged to bp. , We iiftiglu first mention the bindings^recently erected by Mr. G. M.''Pitt, nearly opposite tfic' Post Offifce. Here a vacant And unsightly piece of ground® fths' been m'Aidc to give way to (ho builder and carpenter,'and four handsome shops etectcd thereon. They 'cAnsist of two stories, and' set off that part of George-street to Its best act ; vintage. We next cornA to the three shops erected by Mr. Francis* Rosn at the corner of George and Baker Streets. ThcSb are fine buildings, sub stantial and commodious, and reflect credit on JVIr-: Rosa for his...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

COMMERCIAL. W. A. Brodif. and Co. .report havinj* sold at their Cum berland Saleyards, Ciuorgc-^trcct, (%rrainatta, on Friday, 13th July, 18S8. 1 ti if) o Turkeys Geese ... 5 6 Ducks ... 3 0 Fancy Fowls... 15 o Fowls (coin'on) 2 6 Pigeons Canaries Roll Butter ... Keg Butter ... Bacon Hams Porkers Eggs... Lard (in blad dtrs) Honey Teas (new sea son)! chest Pins' Cheeks... Carcase Pork... Dressed Sheep Hares ... Cheese Suckers Coats s d 5 o to 15 3 Milch Cows Calves... Horses 29 .b o Potatoes 7 o Onions 2 9 Hay 11 o Chaff a 3 Maize 1 7 Oats 0 7 Bran 0 to Pollard 15 o Barley 1 5 Oranges Lemons o 5 Passion Fruit... o 4 Peas Melons Pumpkins Bone Dust ... s d ... Co o ... 7 6 ... 50 o ... 60 o ...no o ... 50 o ... 70 o no ifi 3<io 70 120 90 roo 3 o Tip Drays ... 60 Spring Carts... 1 to Village Carts... o Bnigies ...J90 Lot of Farming Implements and Sundries. 4 5 100 (20 240 170 520 Following were the rates ruling at yesterday's Sydney sales:-Maize, 4,950 bags forwarded; prime a...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. THAT LOAN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

COlt ItE K PON 1 )] 1 NOVJ . [WE do not identify ourselves wiHv the opiii'ion.s of our com:.;p<.mdents.j TIIAT LO'.YN. ' " ; " i .... . ... ?.?I '-«*. ' ? . : ! f- ' I ' TO THF.'pmTOR; " ' ! 1"- the Windsor I/oroin-.h Council recently t...a Poioiit>n wfifc pnswd 11 that' the. Council burrow j £~oo f for panuauent works," :md terid«l's' were afterwards called for the same,Evidently .the I mat let did not mm with the approval of tl^e larger proportion of the ratepayers, the result being that they petitioned the Council, and urfcfcd upon that'hotly to reconsider tlie matter. The roslilt' was that a motion " not to accept any {en-' . ders ,^apv|carried. i. think that under the cir cumsteJDces the Council can scarcely lay. claim to StA®''' "aritauht of independence, fqr although .ire entitled to a voice'in the matter. tUft |#inK placed by them in the Council* to repressuj.:their interests, shoijJLcj, unless they 'pj t6l,y&ifie enormous extreme, follow the dictates r...

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TALES, SKETCHES, &c. BROWN'S DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

TALES, SKETCHES, &c. BROWN'S DEAD. Thf.V were aged men, with silver grey hair and wrinkled countenances. Their clothes, though almost threadbare were neat and clean, and their appearance was altogether very presentable. The bar-keeper knew what they wanted, and without any ceremony drew a foaming pot of beer for each-as they seated themselves on a stool in one corner of the room, alongside a huge blazing fire, -for the weather was exceedingly cold. They never spoke, but sat silently sipping the beverage, and smoking-though occasionally one cast a sly good-natured glance at his neighbour, and being caught in the act tumbled batlc into obscurity again. For over' Sibtf yearn these two aged men had visited the bar, regularly entering at the same moment, and by different doors, three times a d'iy,-and smoked their pipes and quaffed the flowing bowl without speaking to each other, or even showing a sign' of recognition. No one knew from whence they came, and none appa rently were ...

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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual meeting of tl]e above was held on Wednesday evening Present. The Mayor, (Alderman Mottley) Alder men Linsley, Smith, Holden, Fitzpatrick, and Marr. CORRESPONDENCE. A letter from the Gas Co., asking to terminate the present agreement between the Company and the Council with re gard to the supply of gas for the street lamps at the end of the present quarter, was received, and the Council clerk was instructed to write to the company that a full quarter's notice is required. REPORTS. The report Tsf*FiTrance"~^orr»nrittee, re conmiendiijgjaa^ijajnt qf £Ccoynts;_tg the extent of £$2. i js.^cl, was received and adopted, A report from the Mayor, with refer ence to the placing back of several en croachments in George street, was re ceived and adopted. QUESTION. Alderman Smith asked the Mayor the indebtedness of the Council to the Banks. Answer-.£344-0-10. MOTION. ; Alderman Linsley moved, arid Alder man Smith seconded, that no motion be passed by this Cou...

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WINDSOR LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

WINDSOR LAND OFFICE. THE following applications for condi tional purchases and conditional leases were made at the local Lands Office on Thursday : Thos. R. Brown, Pitt Town, condi tional lease, 10 acres at Dural, 26 acres at Nelson. John Neich, Upper Dural, conditional purchase, 1015 acres a* Dural, 26 acres, conditional lease, at Nelson. Dennis Hanbury, Sydney, con ditional purchase, 130 acres at Nelson. William Ward, Marrickville, conditional purchase, 47 acres at Nelson.

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

FATAL ACCIDENT. A fatal accident occurred on the Free man's Reach Road on Wednesdey even ing last. Mrs. S. Nicholls was driving home in a cart with some of her children, amongst others an infant 16 months old. When near Mr. Rutter's homestead the horse shied and fell, and the cart over turned, the occupants being thrown out. The youngest fell on its head, and re ceived severe injuries, whilst Mrs. Nicholls was considerably bruised and shaken. Dr. Gueynot was sent for from Richmond, Dr. Hozier being absent from town. All Dr. Gueynot's skill, however, was unavailing, and the unfortunate child succumbed to its injuries on Thursday morning. On Friday (yesterday) an in quest was held before the Coroner, J. B. Johnson, Esq., when the jury returned a verdict of accidental death.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

x» R: S. P E E r' s AMERICAN DISPENSARY,, '. 4 2. M ARGARET-STRE ET, (Between George and York Streets), P.O. Box, 920. SYDNEY. P.O. Box, 920. i 5 i " . { " ' ' Established for < the Scientific and Speedy Cure of: CHRONIC, SPECIAL, AND NERVOUS,' , ' ;V: DISEASES. ' ' ,'1 r' | ^ , 1W. Ij'.li Jifil- ' "<«-: .' . . » . " X*K Satestis*-,'J Me«fcinft ftfeg 'bf, .ceptcii) td'^ftW^toWsbn k'bjilyirtg to frum, \yho will yve iruiii^Mii'deuiiuH" ortneiV tftnibie. Vius '* ,his, juuboundod confsiebce;iri-j*heM f" i^apedies, which nre onlyknowntoirirn^. «>> s«^f, and which tar over two yearshave aehMfjped ^ such unvaried success in his New.&^aod practice. / - All applicants for a trial botdjffl&his must enclose a id stamp for replyl j* ii

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ONE VERSE EACH YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

, ptfE VERSE EACH YEAR. i Dr Coryell Field, a .rather remarkable man, a fjiriiier find i(jember of tlip American. Society for th;e,5\dvancenieut qf Science, whose taste (ofscien .tjfic pursu^U origiiuLufl iii the discovery, of fossil fpptih,ark'j3 oil,jhis .jfxrui, died at Turner's Falls, ^ s|uiirt, time since,, aged 79 years: He Ujrpi|' tue/pUpivin^;;lpoeni 0x1 li#s seventieth birth yajvafld'^w! a- verse cacli .birthday 1! suntili his (Sfe^tivv- .. w , -i , . ????-' 1 ? t-tm» ???? 1 1 ,J " r : I. , yiiis^rqafMeads sure tbdeath; ' ,", slri I rieaiMJie-osid'r . .< 1 >.: ' ; mile ^toiiasiallare X?bre0 score aud ten. ' . ( . I.sjiiritejlfiWithia crowd-^ 1 ,s?\V^prep"e they now ? t/I lost item on tile rotid ; ! , ; I I lqaovy tibt how. : I lost theni brie by one ;, " s Iknmv tio more. s ;. They vtere not left behind, 1 They went before. The way was full of hope,, ? G>f joy arid bliss| Of pain, and woe and death " Aiid fid^piriess. Life's jotirney has boon.short : ' , TJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

NOTICE. In order (hat llie GAKI-.TTE may *bna at as early a period after their occurrence as possible. News from townships in (he district where correspondents have not already been appointed, will lind ready insertion. AGENTS REQUIRED EVERYWHERE. All correspondence to be sent direct to Georgk-STKF.ET,

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WINDSOR LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, JULY 16. (Before the Chairman, W. H. H. Becke, Esq., P.M.) TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

I WINDSOR LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, JULY 16. (Before the Chairman, W. H. H. Becke, Esq., P.M.) TRANSFER. The billiard license held by Joseph Pye for a room in George-street, known as " O'Hara's Show Room," was transferred to Henry O'Hara. QUARTERLY REPORT. The Licensing Inspector handed in his quarterly report, which was received and approved of.

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THE GEM OF THE VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

Till-: CKU OF TJIK V.\Li:. There if. a small si renin winds its way 'midst l lie lil< < u 111; i i I IS, And ^eiiily meanders (hrougji valley and dale, Willi water as pun; as the clear crystal fountains, It's the sweet l.os G.itos, the (Jem of the Vale. With its high cra^Ry banks, crowned wit I) rcd wonil and cedar, Where the pine rind tulip tree wave in the Rale, And its margins are clothed with oak, maple and willow, The sweet l.ns Catos, the Gem of tha Yale. Hon charmin;; to wander amid those preen 1 low CIS, Where whispering lovers nf'i' lell their fund tale, And cull uili] \ ii il.'ls, iln-swri'li' ,l (11 Muwer:., '1 hat deck l.os Gains, the Gem of the Val$. When Sol siji|;s'to-Test in a h.llo of^plemlor, And the voice of the. night bird echoes over the dale, And the moon lights the glen, how delightful to wander Thy banks, Los Gains, tin? Geiji of the Vale.

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WILBERFORCE ITEMS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

. WILBERFORCE ITEMS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) BAIJ ROADS.-The bad roads in and around this township have of late been the cause of much in convenience and a certain amount of bad language. It is to be hoped that the local road-trust, the members of which are all competent men, will at tend to this matter and effect the necessary re pairs to the worst of the thoroughfares. THE WEATHER.-Rain is required by the farm ers around this portion of the district. The morn ings are very sharp, and the frosts in keeping.

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

WIN'n son. Lieutenant Anderson lYivale Tnomey Corporal liell l'rivate li. Duller Sergeant Mellisli l'rivate H. Cupitt 1 Yivatc liragg Private: K Cupilt Lieutenant 1'ye Color-Sergeant Primrose 500yds 600yds 24 25 49 1'J iS 37 21 17 38 30 18 48 23 " 34 17 21 38 23 19 42 i«J 35 27 20 47 25 23 48 416

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