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RATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

RATTING. On Saturday last ;i raiting contest took place at Mr. !.'. J >ouglas' pit, the. lV.ninsula. There were a gnod number of spectators present, ami a keen interest was taken in (he sport. Sixteen dogs took part, and the result was as tollows : - Phillips' lack (1st) .. .. 17ISCC. Woods' Duller {2nd) .. .. 174 ,, Pr. Callnghnn's Billy (jrd) .. ii> "

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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A FALLEN ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

A FALLEN ROSE. A rosebud fell in the stony street Fell to be crushed by the passing feet, At the close of a summer's day ; Fell from the hand of a maiden fair, To die in the dust and the stifling air, -* By the side of the Queen's highway. But a death in the street was not the doom Of that crimson rose with its sweet perfume. By a sufferer's bed that night It bloomed in the shadowy vale of death, And whispered of God with its fragrant breath And shone like a beacon light. Yes, it stood in the room in an eartkern jar ; Shone in the gloom like a crimson star Giving light to the world of a child ; Seemed like the olive branch of peace That told that the woe of the world would ccase And the weariful night beguiled. The poor we have with us always, 'tis true ; But how often the buds of the brightest hue Are cast to the careless feet ! Though willing enough to do kindly deeds, How seldom we know of the wants and needs Aye, even of those we meet ! But it seems to me that one gift like this...

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POETRY. THE VALLEY OF ST. ALBANS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

POETliy. THE VALLKV OF ST. ALBANS. Belov/ the tree-cUul hiljs which rise To meet the morning sun's en,brace A pretty little liamlel lies A dear, delightful, rustic, place. The craggy hills like sentries stand Guard o'er it's beauty-Nature's prize To those who toil to till the land In this sweet modern Paradise. A winding track through clumps of trees Whose ioilage on this summer morn Is soltly rustled by the breeze Leads to the town. The misty dawn Enshrouds its precints till the glance Ol sunlight o'er the mountain's crest Heams out across the broad expanse And bids the labourer rise i'rom rest. The Mc Donald, likea silver thread, Flows murmuring onward to the sea ; And dewdrops, from their verdant bed, Still sparkle 011 the distant lea. The yellow fields of waving corn, Surmounted by its golden fruit And silver tassels, hail the dawn, And bowing low their heads, salute. And lowing cattle on the heath, <,Juit grazing, and with necks outstretched Inhale the morning's frag...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

CYCLING. Among the entries for the Sydney Hicych; Club, uliich meet on August li and ]S, we notice the following)ne Mile Maiden : W. J. .Mnrtlcv (Windsor); One Mile i 1 arulicap : W.C.. IVihUy gast (Windsor); Three Miles Handicap: \V. G. 1 'endergasl (W indsor).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

WHICH REALLY -CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY NEURALGIA LOSSOFAPPETITE TOOTHACHE^ LOSS OR VIGOUR NERVOUSNESS IMPAIRED/VITALITY H'AVEL ,|)UWUA\L'Y ONLY X. SOLD EVERYWHERE Large Bottle, sixteen ounces, carriage free an receipt of stamps value 5s., or Post Office Order. F. M. CLEMENTS, 141 KING-STREET. NEWTOWN, SYDNEY THE WINDSOR and RICHMOND Published Every SATURDAY MORNING. Subscription r 2s Cd per quarter, in advance ; 3s booked. office Rosa's Buildings^ GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. A Live Paper, Containing all the Local, General, Sporting, and Commercial News of the Week. Original Articles on Current Topics. Sketches, Tafes, Poetry, &c., &C., &c. f PRICE 3d. A Large Circulation IN Windsor,. Richmond, and throughout the District, guaranteed* SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS * . TO Local Advertisers in the shape of Moderate, Rates & Excellent Positlbns. i Extended Reports of all Local Meetings, Gatherings,, &c;, will be. given in our columns-, JOB PRINTING Executed Cheap...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

AQUATLCS. I John Teemer savs that if Kemp accepts his 1 challenge he will leave lJoston about 1S1J1 August, so as to catch the Pacific steamer leaving San Francisco, 2f>th August. i Referring to Hanlnn's defeat by Kemp the San Francisco Ni:ws Lkttkk says:-.'We do not believe I [anlan was sober w hen he met Kemp in the colonies last week ; nor do we believe that Kemp is anything more than a second-rate man. The world s champion is in America, and his name is John Teenier." A match has been made between H. K. Searle and Chris Neilson for £200 a-side, to he rowed on Friday, September 14. Neilson visited JV.ter Kemp on Wednesday, and remained with him some days. Next week- he will go into training under Charlie Jor^ursen.

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LIGHTING STREET LAMPS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

LIGHTING STREET LAMPS. TO THE IiDITOK. Sir,-In 3;our paper of 281)1 July you mention about some dispute having arisen between the Windsor Borough Council and the Gaslight Company, and you give the rate per lamp at present paid as £"4-2-6 per quarter, which would be -£16-10 per year ; Now, Sir, the sum the Gas Co. is at present receiving is 13s 6d per quarter, or £2 14s per year. Hoping you will, in all justice, publish the above, 1 am, Vo irs &c. A. 13. KIRK, Manager. Gas Works, Windsor, August 2, i<SS8.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

COURSING. At Gculburn last Saturday, Go-.dburn wmi the Local Stakes, Figtree tin: St. Leger, ]!I:?;Ti the President's l'urse, ami Brishane Grove the 1i dent's Stake. Mr. Grogin, the Mo.sr, Vale judge, lias been getting himself into lint water by his decisions at the late Goullnirn meeting. Jack (J'liallonm, one of the straigluest and most enthusiastic; coursing men we know, declares that Grogin will never have an opportunity again of judging another dog of his. Jlr. Grogin has si;vera 1 times given deci sions at various meetings which have been vury questionable. The Herrhna District Coursing Club have decided to hold their next meeting at ivridge 1'ark, on Thursday and and Friday, August jo and ji.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

FOOTJJALL. The Intercolonial Match, Victoria v. New South Wales, was won by the Cabbage Ciardcn rcprt'sjntatives by 2 tfoals to 1. The l'arramatta Wanderers met the Richmond team or) the "round of the latter nil Saturday last, and this match resulted in a win for the local team by 2 goaJs to o.

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AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. 'Sydney: Messrs. Greville^and Oft. Richmond j M<r. T. <Pryke. Riverstone : Mr- T. Links. Blacktown: Mr. Graham. Wiseman's Ferry : Mr. Jauies WaJins 3cy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

NOTICE, 5n order that the Gazetide array be t purely local paper, the proprietor requests .that items <of general interest be furaishad -at as early a period after their oocurrence .as possible. .News from townships in the .district where correspondents have -not already been appointed, will find Beady insertion. AGENTS REQTDIRE13 EVERYWHERE. A.ll-corresponz1ence to <be-safll di«act is© <he EDITOR, Wrcmkcr xnd RICHMOND Uaeette, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR.

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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before W. H. H. Becke, Esq., P.M.) VAGRANCY AND INDECENT EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3. (Before W. II. H. Bccke, Esq., P. VAGRANCY AND 1NDF.CF.NT F.XPOSURK Richard Anderson, who was evidently ,on the verge of delirium tremens, was [charged as above. 1 Nonstable Morgan gave evidence to the effect that prisoner had been drinking heavily, and had no means or place of abode. The Senior-Sergeant said that prisoner had occupied a good position in Windsor and elsewhere, and was not brought up for punishment, but in order that he might be taken care of until he-recovered. The Police Magistrate sentenced prisoner to three months in Darlinghurst Gaol on the first and one month on the sccond charge, saving that being an c*di: i calrd man. Anderson should know better : th;m the poor vrcU hos v. ho w-ro not so

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LAW REPORTS. RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1888. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock and C. S. Guest, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

LAW REPORTS. RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, ISSR. (Before Messrs. \Y. Lamrock and Guest, Js.P.) A slaughtering license was granted to Mr. H. Powell. BKEACH OF IMPOUNDING ACT. T John Merrick was charged by Mr. J. E. Onus with unlawfully impounding' four head of horses from a paddock his (Mr. Onus') property. The defendant pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Neilson. Mr. Walker appeared for complainant. Mr. Onus' evidence showed that lys | purchased 60 acres of land situate at I North Richmond from a C. T. R. Mer I rick some six years ago, and that it wak properly enclosed by a fence. He jhati , four head of horses running there oh the 20th ult. From something he heard on. the following day he sent to the Kurra jong Pound, and found that defendant had taken the horses from his Jand and ! impounded them. By Mr. Neilson : Defendant had never | made any claim to him for the Land. I John Ash ton stated he had released the horses, and paid the fees amounting to 1 os 6d ...

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1888. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

THE WJNDSOS AND RICHMOND OUajette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, 188& **' Lot the journalist <lofeild the-dootrines of <the jparay wWch lie approves ; lei him criticise and condcmn the party which he docs not approve: reserving always his right .to applaud his opponents or censurc his friends, as the <ivutl> may require-and he will be Independent enough for a Free Country.-GAKKIM.D. LOCAL AND GENERAL TRA-NSJFER O.F GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. -It is notified in the GOVERNMENT ?GAZKTTE of Friday last, that the contract made by Thomas Cheshire (since de ceased) for the supply of rations, pro visions, and firewood for Windsor Gaol has been transfer^ to Mr. J. C. Gunnell, .of Mudgee. GOVERNMENT LAND SALES.-Portion 74, parish of Ha)', County of Northumber land, advertised for sale at the Lands ?Office, Wollombi, on the 24th inst, has been withdrawn. LAND NEWS.-The only application imade on Jhursday was that of Edward Wilson Jenkins, 1220 acres, county Cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

THE WINDSOR and RICHMOND Published Ever}7 SATURDAY MORNING. Subscription: 2s 6d per quarter, in advance; 3s booked. - \ OFFICE Rosa's Buildings, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. Order Form. TO THE PROPRIETOR, Please send the GAZETTE to the undermentioned address for months. Signed Address 1 [Intending subscribers will please J: cut this order out, fill it in, and' forward it to the office, George street, \\ incisor. The quarter commenccs at any time.}

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CORRESPONDENCE. GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. [WE do not identify ourselves with the opinions our correspondents.] GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE. TO THE EDITOR. Sik,-It was with much pleasure I read the first issue of your smart, readable paper-which, I m ist say, does you credit, both as a literary and mechanical production. But there is one thing I must have my growl about, and that is your PECULIAR remark anent a " second journal." Vou say "That the district is quite capable of supporting an additional paper has long been ap parent," and farther on, " a second journal is actually required." You are quite right; a second paper is required in the district, as people soon discovered during the short interval between the 28th May and the 21st July. But you write as if your paper was the ONLY second paper the district had been blessed, or cursed, with-quite ignoring the fact, however unintentionally, that tor pretty well eight years Windsor had a second paper, and that you simply pick up the broken links of tlie chain to...

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A CYCLING TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

A CYCLING TRIP. The following is clipped from the ILLUS TR\TED'Syt)NEY NEWS, it being of interest to-riot only cyclists but the residents of the district: Touring .has been aptlv termed* the backbone of the sport, and in many ways it is far more suitable to the great bulk of riders than racing on the path. With very little preparation in the way of training, an average cyclist can easily cover 40 miles.ra,, day ^ver prdinarj^ cougfty/ TQ^si^ithotit distressing 'Mm self. Unfortunately the roads in a new colony, and especially in one of so hilly a nature as New South Wales, are never in a very good condition, but, notwith standing this, touring during the winter months is carried on to a large extent. Sometimes the clubs organise large teams to visit one or other of the countrv towns, and during holiday times it is a frequent occurrence for small parties of wheelmen to tour through the country districts. From the many visits that are paid to it, Windsor seems to be the favourite count...

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SUNDRY SKETCHES. [WRITTEN FOR THE W. AND R. GAZETTE.] COUNTRY INNS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

SUNDRY SKETCHES. [WttlTTES FOR THE W. AND R. GAZETTE.] COUNTRY INNS. All your pleasures will be non est If you heed the landlord's charms; / Take the bushman's HANt>-'tis honest but avoid the Bushman's Akms. For vile, detestably dirty and woefully uncomfortable inns, commend me to those which abound throughout the length and breadth of New South Wales,,, WeJiave ' nll/doirbttess, ^ at which unfortunate travel'lew are com pelled to put up at in various part? of the wor)d j- ?K the x filthy accommodation hojJsc§' which etfist in some parts * of France proper and in Brittany every where, Heal t1jfeC«iS;:ferat>?e v&clH-shops of Central Russia, the ventas and caravan serais of Spain, the lager drinking estab lishments of Germany, and the gin palaces of Gieat Biitam-but every one of these, perhaps, has a good start in point of respectability and cleanliness froni the*? lambing-dbwri' and^ setting-up' shanties which flourish in the back blocks of Australia. In almost every co...

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

RCISSOliS AND PASTE. >\nd t!icr*> in llic privacy of his sanclnni the minnd s;it, and edilod his paper with predatory sUcais and u dishonest paste pot.-Max Adeler. 11G7 post offices in N. S. W. 29G4 postal officials in N. S W. G.4,202 savings hank depositors in N. S. W. Average deposit over ^23. 41,371,000 letters, 32,105,100 papers, 5,igS,oo° packets posted in N. S. VV. during 'S7. There are now 520 State children apprenticed ont-of whom 233 are bound to farmers. Walt Whitman celebrated his seventieth birth day in Now Jersey recently. Letters and tele grams were received by him from almost every where, Europe as well as America. The largest hell in the world is the great bell at Moscow, at the foot of the Kremlin. Its cir cumference is 6<S feet, its height 21 feet, its stout est part 23 inches, and its weight 433,722 pounds. It has never been hung. Father Kai-anaglnrirfEi- Sydney, says he would sooner go before the judgment seat of the Most High with the Stain r>...

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Yarramundi. TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 4 August 1888

Yarramundi. TEA MEETING. The animal tea meeting and social evening in connection with the Presbyterian Church, Yar rajnundi, was held on the 27th ultimo at that place, and was well attended. The tables were heavily laden, and the visitors were well attended to by the many ladies who assisted to make this portion of the entertainment the success it was. The Church itseil is a very pretty building, and would indeed be an ornament to a much larger township than Yarramundi. It is a gift, with tne land on which it is erected, from the Rev. Dr. Cameron of Richmond. Among those present were the Rev. Dr. Cameron, the Revs. Mr. Walker, Mr. Kinghorn, Mr. Gibson, and Mr. Hill and Mr. Fitzgerald (Windsor) ; also, Messrs. T. Walker, W. Mitchell, H. J. Klein, and A. Woodhill. At the the conclusion of tea, the Rev. Dr. Cameron said that it artorded him very great plea sure to be present once more at tneir annual meeting. He was unable to visit them very fre quently, but he always looked forward to...

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