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Fuller & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Fuller & Go. TlAWKESRCRT CHRONICLE AND F AHME HS" j ADVOCATE OFFICE. GEORGE-STREET. WIND- | SOR. are Agents for the Cumberland Mercury and , Protestant Standard. \

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Services : 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Week Ev ening Service, Thursday, 8 p.m. REV. W. MATHESON, SEN.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Jan. lit, 11 a.m., Rev. H. Mack. 7 p.m. Rev. H. Mack. RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Mr. W. C txambrill. 7 p.m., Mr. W. C. Gambrill. ENFIELD-11 a.m., Mr. R. Uambrill. KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., Mr. T. Anderson. WiLBEBPoucE.-3 p.m., Rev. H. Mack. REV. H. MACK, Chairman of Cucuit.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Jan. 1st, 11 a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald ¡ Ebenezer, " 3 p.m., " Pitt Town, » 3 p.m., " Alternate, BEY. PATRICK FITZGERALD, j t¡^._ Minister. J

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

DEATH. PETIT. — At Windsor, N. S. W., 29th December, 1881, after a long and painful illness, Ewebank Petit, only son of Ewebank and Helen Lough, of     Lennox-street, Parramatta. Aged 33 years ; leaving a wife and three children to mourn their loss.

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OPEN COLUMN. We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed in this column. ROME'S FAUX-PAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

OPEN COLUMN. Wc »lo not necessarily identify ourselves nilh t!ie opinions expressed in this column. ROME'S FAUX-PAS. / ! Ttaf Church of Ritme has, through thc j dcuth rr.: of her illustrious sons, spoke» in I importance, »nd uk««« Mfaaat with con cern 4bo tto^jHjh^^ f » tagan**, Wr*f and Stuart fiynfitíca, *berw»^raetU5»^ .tiil vigorout aad wböe «vbtm. , J», tcttani all it« fonm* iugrediMta, »nd aeeourrer ready to, .prara, itt imOBtanflUy, Wolle «WA» .muäßMmmm^ *» yearning tor *««ftwti to, tnt ptwciplea of CarwtwuUy, and Ute -adaption of these for tlie benefit of mankind, other*. «eU-armeû with »toiJüant authority, are glorying in the work of rivetu'og the absckl** of mm fbir lotonby and spurious tradition «User and closet to the cmacienca* pf «fusera tnt im perfectly taught anen. So opera tions «f tbs lawa.^f t«fi ,#ceje4a*2d*nv upon its member* foes, tba oitfsid* world bat nothing to dp with, providing that the exer cise of authority it confined within legiti. mate lin«. When, how...

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Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Bailvray Time-table. : um srbfcÊi fof- ; Riverstone "1 ' Molgrave ' '1-9.0 A.k,.'j E.i'Or;UV Saturday »dd., Windsor ' V 1.46 r,u. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All Clarendon j get down at Clarendon.) .'? Hichiuond j Leave for SYDNEY from Richmond...7.16, *.K.S .8.64 r.Ut -Saturday add., 6.40 F(Seta down or pick« ap at Claren /don.) ... " Windsor...7.»7 A.n.; 4.G f.u. Saturday add., 1* '-, 6.52 r.it. Mulgrave...i; 4.16-<p.-x> Saturday add., 7.* f.u. i .iHiveruloue...7.1)3 A.M.; 4.S1 r.is. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. . ? . : . Blacktown,..8.20 A.M. -, 4.19 r.k. Saturday add., . 7.58 r.u. :

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Richmond. VOLUNTEER ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Eichmond. VOLUNTEER ATHLETIC SPORTS. These sports were held on Monday last (Boxing Day) under very adverse circum stances, when tho intense heat is taken into consideration. Still ,'at an early hour there was a continual roll of vehicles {rom humble " Dob bin" and the ceneral knock-about caft, to the moro aristocratic buggy and pair, along " the red" track that marks what, is called a road from Windsor to Richmond, lt ir« hot, and it was dusty, so that by the time the four miles were howled off, a lon j slecverof some thing (or, as the medicine man said, tangle foot) wa9 certainly next door to a necessity, if not quite so. Punctual to the time, the gallant " First-Luff" " Guest, " who made himself on this occasion, a remarkably good " Host"-had his companies, battalions, and legions to the post, and the business of the I day commenced at the advertised time, with a ? rrrv fair attendance of visitors as onlookers. ] The firit contest was a ] liandi-Mp fer those who had never won an a...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL. I HoLiDAY8.~Scventy-e¡ghl thousand per sons travelled by tramway* in Sidney 01 Boxing Day. CHANGE IS Tim MIKIBTRT.-Mr. Jame Hoskins has resigned his position as Minute for Lands,and Sir John Robertson, K.C.M.G. was sworn in as his successor on Thursda; morning. Sir John will perform the officio duties of the Colonial Secretary until S' Henry Parkes' return. NEW YEAH HOUHATS.-It will be seen b. advertisement in another cjlumn, that th Railway Department aro oflVrin.- every fît: ilty to tao public to visit dirferont placea t interest along the different lime» nf railway bolt the timefallowod, and tb» f«r», are o a most libo rn 1 scale. ijüÄb. S, li.'Tvtry; W- M. i^sJoseph.T, Cadell, H. Mort, Jïjùçin^sh^i.-Suitor, J. B. Rundle, E. _tt,«nrl îi/ïlobort». I f HR PntSHiEii lilt Sydney /iii Thiirsdayby wifwráfr, ff-trfliojnpr tt« :\fnffifi\4e*,. h'oiW'%i'»1 "C1*?^he *«'h"ri!«,«' |ili'liipofeh í\jiK,t>{,.several- of the neighbouring colonies, Jte^^i«u»u.roM-n. - ?>&g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

AKTRRnSKKÍSTS .HAT BI I«lIC»tt!D .Wíülll *T THÏ í *¿' . rOneinoh«pads..¡-''£0-lB «. (.Bach additional «eh Q ,8 0 A4rertfMnMte ordered for twelve monjhs 'carry JO per cent discount off above fatef»,. , i ; KM.-Aiärertiiermants «Mer BsHn value, %îll 0«4y. I J» "booked" to regular.'tqiitbmer«^!.1. . ,j ?...'A.-.-:.- :..' .-' ' .. >? : vi^y-mlt rfr/-v -" ??} aaasaaaeaa-sss ,i"(i^.,,,^ ,.,( »?.,.,..!,..;,.,' j WHfDBOR ST0NEW0BK6; GEORGE ROBERTSON, V j00NUMENIAL;,^PN;. "' L; '] CJ&yÜlQ, STATUARY, rô^B W^B¿,' 'ip. Kwbhigíf'-ána Iróh Bailings'-: Nfeafty- 'tuid . SttbB»»nttaIly- Fixé*}* V . ; ' ? /rT:/4:U«lÍWi|»JIÍ»{f)y <i(l< 'iii ...;..* : : ,, fi^jmmm'^m^Mvm^m THE; <^dnraí^[ftíÓ>itíon AíiWlioletale-ÍBujríttf iffliid, lift jr« trtew' ^«tótítíkWb* simk" ?*0bMi.J ;.,j)!y3 i-f,w Loll í¡vfií 4«í>jt' This Medicine still,continuas'"to manifest it« wonderful curaitÄpropbkiiä: 1,! ' - ( < ïifOTIOE.-On'-aocount of thë poisonous nature of t...

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

SÍÁitKS. I am'almost undecided whether it shall W " sparks',' or " spray* " this week. It -is hilt] enough to produce fire, much less sp.irüaj-j though the heat producen moisture, and keep*. tni^TTOTiaicutDuetyJinip, that;steam îs mott' iikc'y to generate than' fire. Poets n«c r>n the rampage now-a-tlays poet Laureate's too, and ol' thc most (ulsoine kind. When next I go in ll ir jingle 1 shall1 try a few Alcxauduriue's on a .. Pelican ('s bones)." The seven slinks of Cologne, discovered by one Coleridge, maybe «melt-tasted, in fact -by lesser mortui* than the great opium eater, any day this »eek. Train (are to Clarendon only threepence.' Speaking of slinks reminds* mc thal hero, in this royall}' named borough, we are not by any means free. Like its old namesake on Thames, Windsor ia,.not'the savour-eat of towns. The Jockel (er) b.\sso ts all there on most occasions ; though it struck me that he «us not quite there t'other night, not as regards his, sluging, but the surrounding's...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

t, Agencies. * Tile, untfermejmonsa-jre. onr »ppointod Aceita \ for mituni Ipatflt^iiameA V i . .1 ! Riqmwtfo-^M'i'íB.CQbctpft, Chemist. . . i KrauujOKG.--Jo«aj)i43uittb, Storekeeper. KqRTli RíCTHÓSpg-' ' " v . ' .Wn.BBKmjtcK.- " ? . *::....« . -rv » i , Wt&taurV MwaMtm. Msrx. w,¡ J ' i í, CpjTMAf. JiMBDOtt^hfí-r-Mr. J. Wnl^jf. J .

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THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER [?], 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

* ? :.. :. IHK ' 1 '?' ? ? t. AKD FAEMEES' íADyOCATE, t\ BA tuno A Y% mcp&tBÈB Slt. mi, \ THE great Christian Festival tia's passed, and it lia* been observed in lu peculiar manner by ¿lie many Cliristiun sects iluit constitute so large a majority of our population. -, We say " peculiar" advisedly,- because wc certainly "keep this day in many respects in » decidedly pagan mintier,. Their is nothing particularly Chrititian about our jollifications, our drink» iugs, und our excessive consumption nf rich, heavy food. It bears no semblance- to the calm temperance that we are led to believe ultached to early Christianity. And it hears out whnt has often been said (and ns often rebutted) by Gibbon, Volney, Draper, and otilen, 'th*t Christianity adapted itself tb roany pagan-customs, ideas,-4c. ' ., . We have no wish to split straws over these^ld debateable questions, as they can lkV4roigóed «ither one wty or thc other. We simply .contend that* we,, -as <. #hdstian peopl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

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ROME'S FAUX-PAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

ROME'S FAUX-PAS. The -Chureh of Rome has, through the dtaih of one ul her illustrious sons, spoken in language remarkable alika for consistency and' folly. Arourd the dea'h of Michael Fitzpatrick there clusters questions of vital importance, and issues pregnant with con- cern to the individual and national life. So far as the action of the Church goes, its famous motto, semper eadem is fully exem- plified. The same policy which played so prominent a part in the time of the Plan taganets, the reign of King John, the Tudor and Stuart dynasties, wherever practicable, is stiil vigorous and subtle enough. It retains all its former ingredients, and seems ever ready to prove its immutability. While thinking men, tired of ecclesiasticism, are yeaniing for a return to first principles of Christianity, and the adoption of these for the benefit of mankind, others, self-armed with a soi-disant authority, are glorying in the work of rivetting'the shackles of false phi- losophy and spurious tradi...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. [Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, Norris, and J. E. Onus, 7.'sP.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

FRIDAY*, DECEMBER 23. [Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, Norris, and J. E. Onus, 7.'sP.J Charles Papps was charged with illegally detaining a watch, tile property of S. May- field, watchmaker, of Windsor-street, Rich- mond. Ev ¡dence was heard on both sides, and the case dismissed Rebecca Hill, of Kurrajong, summoned Mary Ann Quinn tor assault. The parties were neighbours, and had a tiff about a fence. During the squnbble Mrs». Quinn, in her ex- citement, overbalanced herself, and made a clutch at Mrs. Hill to siivehfrsclf. This was the assault complained of. Case proved, and defendant fined 2s. Gd., and 8s. 4d. costs. Police v. Thomas Griffiths, of Richmond Bottoms, for having an unregistered dog in hi«, possession. Found guilty and fined 10s, and Os Gd costs. Rowland Hough, of same place, and for b.imc offci.ee, fined in the same amount. .loscph Hill, same offence, fined similarly. Last Friday night, the 23rd inst, a man who gave his name as Ashton, was appre- hended hv the police, who h...

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Richmond. VOLUNTEER ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Richmond. VOLUNTEER ATHLETIC SPORTS. These sports were held on Monday last (Boxing Day) under very adverse circum- stances, when the intense heat is taken into consideration. Still, at an early hour there was a continual roll of vehicles from humble " Dob- bin'' and the general knock-about cart, to the more aristocratic buggy and pair, along " the red" track that marks what is called a road from Windsor to Richmond. It was hot, and it was dusty, so that by the time the four miles were bowled off, a long sleever of some- thing (or, as the medicine man said, tangle- foot) was certainly next door to a necessity, if not quite so. Punctual to the time, the gallant " First-Luff" " Guest, " who made himself on this occasion, a remarkably good .* Host"-had his companies, battalions, and legions to the post, and the business of the day commenced at the advertised time, with a very fair attendance of visitors as onlookers. The first contest was a Handicap for those who had never won an I adve...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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SPARES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

SPARES. I am almost undecided whether it shall be " sparks" or " sprays *' this week. It is hot -enough to produce fire, much less sparts - though the heat produces moisture, and keeps one so ridiculously limp, that steam is ,¿uore iike'y to generate than fire. * Poets are on the rampage now-a-days poet Laureate's too, and of the most fulsome kind. When ne\t 1 go in for jiugle I shall try a few Alexandarine's on a '* Pelican ('s bones)." The seven stinks of Cologne, discovered by one Coleridge, may be smelt-tasted, in fact -by lesser mortals than the great opium eater, any day lids week. Train fare to Clarendon only threepence ! Speaking of stinks reminds me that here*, in this myallv named borough, we are not hy any means free. Like its old namesake on Thames, Windsor is not the savourieat ol towns. The Jockei 'er) basso is all there on most occasions ; though it struck me that he wa» not quite there t'other night, not as regards his singing, but the surrounding's-the elem- ent, yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ .A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Jjiberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. ,, ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at anv time. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : ". , f Five lines or under ... Is. T E *\ Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Insertions. | Fifteen lines ,, 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. (One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. ^Two " " ... 10 0 ^Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked " to regular...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

K^nra. * ' Cum grano salis. -t r _ ? -a. " I Says the S. M. Heraid : -* ? It was quite re- freshing to hear a Magistrate yeslerdajr re- buke a witness for speaking in au undertime. * The prisoner in "the dock has a right tohear every word yov Say,' said his worship ;ahd his Worship was right, although the majority of hi;, brethren on tlte Bench seem to think t^.it it is quite sufficient if they and the depo- sit: m clerk can catch the mumbling ^ft>m the witness box. The general rule-the prac- tice, we should say--is to inform the prisoner who complains that he^cannot" hear what the witiuss says, that he shall hear' it all in good n M-when th«» clerk reads it, forgetting,jfoat V\r i adingtís not fôlr Hie benefit of the Wi- so.)-r, but of the perron who has made*flie du p..?s,tion.'' Hear, hear! say I ; and Well do .e. Hunter-street! There can be no more iK nu table farce-and sham, than that a man si ion d stand arraigned for an offence, and vet t permitted to hear what is said aga...

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