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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881
Í..OCAL AND GENERAL. HOLIDAYS.-Seventy-eight thousand per- sons travelled by trauiwa\s in Sydney on lioîving Day. ,C HANGE IN THE MINISTRY.-Mr. James Hobkins has resigned his position as Minister foT Lands, and Sir John Robertson, K.C.M.G. w as sworn in as his successor on Thursday morning. Sir John will perform the official d uties of the Colonial Secretary until Sir Henry Parkes' return. , NEW YEA» HOLIDAYS.-It will bo seen by atdvertuement in another column, that the J Railway Department are offering every fac if ty to the public to visit different places of interest along the different Ijneti of railway, borth the time'allowed, and the far ig, aro oa a m ost liberal scale. ! LICENSING ACT.-it is probable th t the " TvL. ister of Justice (the Hon. W. J F.iSter) will be charged with the administratim 5£ the Licensing Act. WINDSOR BUIDGË.-The lîrid^ has l,.-.Gn leased for the ensuing year by Mr. li ard Rowe, for what sum we do not know. _vir Rowe takes possession to-morrow 1114,.t ...
THE Huwkesburg Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER [?] 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881
I THE îijMilitsuuîi} CJjnrairb. j A YD FARMERS' ADVOCA'::: .V.I -VC RD A F, DECEM HEU J. ». %*,§/. Tin- grtMi Christian F.^ii.ti has passed, and it has 'vei: cbscr\cd :i. ;*i peculiar manner b\ the ¡nan> ' h¡-¡stia. -t-&lt; ts that constitute so large a i >ty of iur population. We sav " peci. Uisedly, because we certainly keep t n many respects in a decidedly ,'- 't.' ( There is nothing particularly ''. -. .! abwiu our jollifications, our drink iub-, ami our excessive consumption of rich, heavy feud. le bears no semblance to the calm tempera cr that «e are led to believe attached in &lt;? rl\ Chiistianity. And it bears out what hi- olt-:, been said (and as often rebutted) l>y Gibbon, Volney, Draper, and others, thal &lt; IirL-iianity adapted itself to many pagan .-usto; -, ideas, &c. We havt no wish to split straws over these old debatei.ble question*, as they can do no goed either oin. way or the other. We simply conten J f| we, as a Christi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881
J. S. Abraham's Pills, (DANDELION) .THE GlvEAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute for Calomel or Mercury. Podophyllum, and all Noxious Driles. Famous as a Restorative to Health. Famous as in ínvigorator of jthe System. Famous for the Cuie of all Dis- orders of the Liver and Stomach. Most famous as the only Tonic Aperient that never gives cold. And the most delicate of either sex, in all conditions, can take them. Be Careful not to Get Imitations. IX BOXES, ONE SHILLING. Invented and Prepared only by J. S. A 15 R A H A M , At thi Laboratory, 43Î (.TFORf.E-'iTREET, S YON BY ^OUTFT COAST AND WEST rAM* kj DUN' CO-OrrKATlVE COMPANY, Limited. COMMERCIAL STORKS, SUSSEX STREET SYDNEY. To Merchants, Grocers, Produce Dealers, and Country Storekeepers. BUTTER.-We aro constantly receiving largo consignments uf the very best BUTTER from nearly all ihe important dairies of New South Wales. Bu_\ i rs of this article will finel it to their advantage to purchase from us. Country storekeepers fo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881
DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 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. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
[?] [[?] Messrs. W. [?] and J. E. Onus, [?] P.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881
[Betoa* Mew*. W/bamrock. fíorru, and i. Comic« Pappt «v charged'with illegally detaining. *!watch, ^wropertjf of 6. May field, watchmaker, of Windsor-street, Rich mond. Evident* wa« beacon both sides, «nd ¿be cate dismiued Mary Ann Quinn for «atault. The parties were neighbours, «nd bad « tiff about a fence. Daring^^nih^leMra. Quiao, ta her ex Cement, overbalanced" herself, and made a clutch at Mr*. Hill to save herself. This was the'aisaûUcotnplalhedof. Cate proved/ánd defendant fined Sis. 6d" and tis, 4d. cpstt. Police v, Thomas Griffiths, of Richmond Bottoms, for having an unregistered dog in his possession. Found guilty and fined 10s, and 5s 6d costs. Rowland Hough, of same place, and for same offence, fined in the same amount. Joseph Hill, same offence, fined similarly- Last Friday night, the 83rd in»t, a man who gave his name as "Hinton, waa appre hended by the police, who had bean keeping a watch upon him during the day, for being in' a demented state of riiino. Dr. Jockel wa...
THE Hawkesburg Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1882. THE CHANGE—FROM THE "OLD TO THE NEW." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
li i i i-i II 1 i i »in i ,i j...L-i_ : THU feiSitelittrij Cjiranirle. AND FAEÏJLEKS' ADVOCATE. j ~SA Í^éí>4Ti ?JAiíO'AilY 7, ISSU. THE CHANGE-FROM THE " OLD TO ; , THE.NliW." Tin's ÍS an evenllful time nf thc you, when tilt! lott incumbent ii packing up all its goods «nd chattel»-in the simpe or disappoiut rhents, heartbreakings, und neglected oppor tunities; and now in ita lust fleeti ,g moments iji standing with carpet bap in hand, ready tn 5alee its «it from the »tige, a kiele ed .-md ;sph>ed «ld your. Ko une seems tu mind a troubles-and they are many-not they : tey ure eagerly looking for the fuir fresh y.ung year that is coming-aa the now des piged old year did, twelve months ag»-in its virgin purity and innocence. Men ure truly .ungrateful; has it not been so said just lately, by a very distinguished person leaving these shore» ? And so it hus been said timos irtit of number-Le Rai tit mort, vioe te /loi ! i Â\ in one breath. And it' men will suv this 1 ol'a popular sta...
PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
PINS. 1 Cum grano tail's. Tue bt« kind of proof against ceriiiii old i sMjL'k*in-the-inud ideas, is solid facts. N'I-W j ««.-" have newspapers in plenty that neve i cease railing at our tramway*» ; and sai.l m iiew*jaçr« üre, baclcetl up o y a fi-w doctor« who daU lil»Jn^^isturbed in their quiet -^HlM? «ùftrc«7,*l>4" lij^another rather le^nut-ipfedi »djee* s®nv motara ill use flne onîj'^ . ie-not mine, but riiat^r the pulí nice the linea, lier* we bave;in I that hus been said against them no leas tiian\7(l,000 persons travelling on our tramwoyson Bax'ng Day alone. And on Monday W there were 50,001) tires con veyed oii thc Randwick and Moore Park Crown-str*'t, making a tomi conveyed on that day, d' no less than «2,500. He-ddes this tiupibf, thc new Marrickville line con veyed *m latnrdity, Sunday, and Monday, ?3.000 inora A take it.figures-nre factsV ?'?&lt;" thu suhjectticedt no further argument. Then agan, innre arguments of tl\}c same kin&lt;( ís |ort}poiiiin¿ i...
FARM AND GARDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
FARM AND GARDE. FIELD OPEBATIONS KUI JANUARY.-Break up land for wheat. S iw barley Cur green crup in. rich land; Swedish turnips,' mun pd wurzel, kuhl rabi, iiurjliuin. Dig the early crop of potatoes, if ripe, (br if left in the ground they will rot. Keep hoe going in maize. PKOBABI.K wBATnuitroKTHii MONTH. - l«t. to .'»t)i lint, with N.li. winds; 7th to 1'lth. light breezes from N. and K.VY; l'2ili to 17tli showers of rain, and wind changeihle ; 2&lt;tth to'¿áti\, agrecilile weather, hut wari«; 27lh to :11st, hot jud unsettled anti inclined to be stormy. Ci.AsstFvtVG WOOL rou SALE.-This matter of classifying wool, or s ) arranging it as to get thc fullest possible price, is only ol' lesser importance lo the man who has a few sheep than to him who numbers his flocks by tens of thousands, because of the grea'er number ol thc latter. Kilt the finner is equally entill.-tl to gel thc fullest price for his produce, and he is likely to stand more in need of it. At a rule, I hon rh...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
IWindaor Postal Time Table, Arrive from- ¡ , SydnejY Monday', Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridav, Saturday, át JI.SU n.ui. aijd 7.30 p.m. ]'an»m«UáL.M6nday Tuesday, Wednesday, Thara. -, day; Cridar, Basoíddy, a* 11.3U u.m. and TM pim. ??:.? ?>'?' ?' JtiohnÜiad...JJoudny, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thura. day» Friday, Saturday, *t 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. . . Pitt Town...Monday, 8 p.m. ¡ Tuesday, XVedoeaday, ?1.15 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m. ¡ Friday, Satur. day, 8.15 D.m. WillWora,..Monday, 3.15 p.m. ¡ Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wedawday, VM p.m. t Thursday, 7 h.ia. .Fr^day, 3.15,p.iru i laaÍBrdBy. r p.m. blacktown...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs. day, Friday, Saturday, ac il.SOA.m. Rivcrstonc-Honday, Tuesday-, Wednesday, Thurs. doy, Friday1, Saturday, at 11.3U a.m. Mulgruve..;Honday, Tuesday, Wodnusday, Thurs. day, Friday, Saturday, ut J.50 p.m. Depart lor Syduey...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at 0.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs, day, Frid...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
- I rPFsriYTr/VTAV. j '^Kniisor,-¿... i , i".-.i. : .í.-p.-.''. Ebcnt-ier, ,, C ¡- : J*ÍU TmwD, ,, 3 p.m., " Alli ? nat". I KEV. r.iTUiCK FrrzsF:nAi.D, j ltisitLcr. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
Department ol' Undi, Sydney. liilU December, 1881. I.AXD KALE. ATTENTION* h called tu a Sale nfCrown Land« rn . tic iield ut the Irmd Office, Windsor, un the I Hrh Juuinry lf&3, CiHiiprisittx lauda, Counties Cook, und (Julribuiluiid, l'arislius Mochan and Maroota. ¡.'ur further |io'iiculuis euc G'owice ot täili Decent li ir; IStfl, No. 514, ai J'uiica Office or local Lund! Uttice. ' j JAMES HOSKINS, i TU« Treasury, Now Sooth Wale«, . ¡ 21m' December, 1881. . COXTll.tCTS FOR THt" 1'ÜUblC SUItviciC. FoiiAci; rou TUE i.'oMCF.. VJOTICE is hereby given that lender« will birre i\ coived at tbia Ollice, until inion, of Thursday, the HM February next, tor Furnishing tho Forage Supplies required for the various J'ulice Stations throughout thu Colony, during twelve caloodar months fruin thc ¡at April, IMUS. IVinUxl forms of teuder MS voil .is any furllier puriicuhirs and information, may ba obtained on application at the TreasuryÍ »t the ottiea of the Inspector dineral ol' folien, or ...
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
j; Ätuiw&y Time-table. Lear« SVDNKV for- , Itivefatone " "1 ' MulníayjB I ÍJO A.k..¡ iîttr.H. Saturday add., Wmlftr j- 1.43 r.M. Sunday, 12.IS A.M. (All Clarendon , j «ot don n at Clarcndou.) UicbmunU j leave for SYDNEY from Hiohmond...7.15 A.M.; 8.51 r.u. Saturday add., 6.40 r.a. (Seta down ur pick« up nt Claren. ! din.) Windaor...?¿7 A.n. ; 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., 6ii tut. Mulgrave..7.5? A.*.; 4.16 r.M. Saturday add., 7.4 »Mi. Hiver«ii)ue...r.M A.M. - 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.S0 r.M. Blacktown...H.Î0 A.M. ¡ 4.30 r.u. Saturday add., 7.58 r.u.
ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY, 8TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
«T. MATTUKW'S, HUMAN CATHOLIC CHUBCH SCSDAY, 8TH JÀXUABÏ. WIND»»-.lau. S, î.'Hi a.m., Bev. tí. J. A. Sheehy " " 7i,.iu. Kurrajong, ll a.m. Nulsoh, Wednesday, Ilia January. HKV. 8. J. A. SHEEHY.
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 3RD JANUARY 1882. (Before Messrs W. Dargin, and W. H. Johnstone, J's.P.) LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
IDefore'Messrs W. Darwin, ami W. H. Johnstone, J's.]',). I ACEXSJ-S. The fnllo«ing Hawkers Licenses, wore granted to Henry O'lfnrn, Jonathan Jarviej, Í'YaaetaJínsa, John Gnllnghor, U. C. \Vilcok ann Riojiarí Owens, oí Pitt Town. , Slaughtering LiceiHes, were granted to Messrs P». ttti'hards, Thums» llichnrdy, îî. duel, Pitt Town, Henry C-ornúell, john liurton, Thnmns iSchofl'el, and two to J. H.. Crowley, ono Cor McGrath's Hill, und the other for Upper Jtiolmuind. SUMMON* Ctsrs. Cicorge Bnlemau, v. Patrick Bean, for wages. Defendant was ordered to pay ¿Os. and 5K. (iii. e.nsts; «ir in default, 7 days. Kine paid. Complainant had chinned £2 instead of £), henro their worships decision. Patrick'lt yali v. (Jeorge Bateman, for nb» senting himself li-ni his hu ed soi vire. After (..ms devable evidence being taken on both «¡Jes, thc Hench ordered defendant to pav L'Os. and .'it;.- (>d. ons *, or in delimit 7 davis. Fine Paid. Mr. Neilwiii, appeared for Hate mini, in both eases. William...