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Sydney-Markets. State of Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, January 4th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
Sydney-Xftrkets. ...i¡ .?.?> . .; ? .. ' . . 1 SUiteof Sydne» Markets ? . A H. PEINCE & CO., . Harket Wharf Stores, Sydney. H AT .-Bf st oaten. 1x11*, and trumos il». Od. to 5s. 74 Medium . 11 .:. " ." 4s. Sd. to .4^8(1 Wheaten slieavfcH ¡ ? &lt;?.., ... Bs. W. to Ss. Cd Iit'CUlUfE.-Vorv sup. W. trusses... 3«. Cd. to.*». Sd Médium 1 ... 2a. Od. «o 3«. Od c'Tfcliv?-Saínales.3«. Od. to Sa, 10d liâtes,:». : I .¡: .v.' ... Ss. AÁ. ta Ss. JA OATK.T-Best.fecd. ^. ; ? ...2». iOd, to SíjOS fv>aumm . 2«; ca. to a».«d \VfinAj!t-¡"..,¡ l;jj «s..4d:ito)4s.'W l&lt;AHL«r'i ... .... ... .j.. Kp demand »BAN AKD roiAAÄö.^Braa11lt. 6ja. to ls. Id Pollard 1 J,. ... ...ls. tb ls.«Jd MAtr.E-Best sorts firm ?*":.; . is. 9d.to0a.od POTATORS.-Priino..._... Od, to (Ss. Od _Q VPi;M*lír^8^uí.! Od: io Si. 3d
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
LOCAL AND GENERAL. A SMALL DEBTS COUUT will bc held on tho 12til Janu irv instunt. WiXDSOtt BIUDGK.-R. Hose is the lessee for tho Windsor Bridge Tolls during; 1882. Ciiowu Loros SALE.-A aile- of crown lands will be held at th« C mrt (louse, Windsor, on tho 18th Janu irv instant. L it A, Parish of Meehan, Wheeney and Colo Creek. Ii't U, Parish of Maroot i, at th,e Va e, uear J. Kveriiighiinis. I&lt; it C, same parish, little Cadilai Creek, opposite 1*. J. Smallwoods. : NEW SIIKBT ALMANAC.-Wo have seen quite a numb r of these. Many of our con temporary s buyo issueil them; but tile best; we have seen is ono issued as a supplement to tho Auntralian Sportsman, whicn is so replete with information of u spurting eh iructer that it should bj posted up in every t editors sanctum. ACCIUEITT.-A sad accident happened on Friday week to ' a lad named Cassidy, residing on the Windsor Rea l. He was j turning a comer sharply on horseback, when ¡ he beeatn- unstated* and fell with groat1 vio...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
SPARKS. lt was too bad of Sir John Free Selec tion to enll Viofcim a " cabbage garden." What with Sir Ilmry's allusion to Sir P. Jennings' ' Fenian friends,-' and Sir John's muru recent, and lancoossnry. insult to Vic torian visitors, it i quito evident that a little more; of the ¿uvotar in mada would improve 'em both. Now Year celebrants were mildly dealt with by Mr. Dti'giu on Tuosduy." Very g od ; though thise sinai t young gingerbeer drinkers, who shan being tight in order t > display ihu.r " Hcenco'* upon quiet people, should be inadu .11 example of. Broad and »utor for fourteen days is tho medicine; re quired. It is quito eiident tluit the '« talent" employed upon tie Ctimherland, Hurlesi/ue aro quit» above a lexicography. If they uro in different in thia uiattor, their readers may have a little consùou.eo, and »oute respect for Walker or Weitster. Canu it they get a spelling inaciiiue invented- ir, better still, au automatic edior that shall do the whole busin.-ss slick »i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
,:tt%ri'qç Jlrwiry^ i^odoptyUutn, «nd all Kenaai Jinigs. Fanions aa a Heetontive &lt;o . Health". Famous aa an Invigorator of HtfOj Systems Famoua for the Cora of all Dis order» of, the Liver and Stomach. , ^o«t. famous as the only. Tonic Aperient that never1 fpm$C&lt;i\à. .*nd^iapat pícate pt either, .ex, to all conditions, cab take them. ' _ Be Careful not to Get Imitations. ;. IN BOXES, ~QKKmihvn;a. Invented ead Prepared only hy J, 6. A li R A H A il , ???&lt; At tho Laboratory, : '? 1 ': iSi (JEUKCE-STJIEET, SïDXKÏ. L20TJTH COAST AND WEST CAM O DEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, Limitod. COMMERCIAL STORKS, SUSSEX STREET SYDNEY. To Merchant*, Grocers, Produce Dealers, sod Country Storekeepers. BUTTER.-Wo aro constantly receiving large consignments of tho very best BUVTUli from nearly all thu iinpoitrtnt dairies of New nSontftWia^i iBuyits oTMs^iclo will find - ifto'their odrantà£e-to purchase from us. Country storakeepers forwarding; orders can rely ujxni getting t...
CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
CLIPS. During Ibu twenty-five years that the Alniiiliramnted Hoeictj at Cngini'crt tun bee» . ines'steuce il. das disbursed lu mon out nf rm. jdmiiicni, 4.*fi.'),0JU ; in -i -lc members. £:3I S,()0l) ; (ur accident. JJ »7,((O0 ; (or (uncials, AlO'2,000; ill benr-v.-Jent cranta, i'OS.UUt) ; fur assistance to the trades £l8.O0l). Thc wealth nf Jingl.uid h enormous, but how it increases is most womlrrlul. in 1870 the amount on wiiicli the income tax was levied was £«40,000,1100, in IMO it was IMTK.OflO.OOU, being £133,000,01)0 more thin nt the proceeding dale, shnniogoii an average, an nuntiat increase of £l3,Ou:),0&lt;IO. lt may bc as Well to know thal .'r-.in.. may be kept in a constant state of envu-ncy by simply pouring down into the drain, once a week, a pailful of very hot water, in which a good quantity of commun w.ishii' -smln his peen dissolved. This will carry ntl' 'he trr'-asy and oily .?ccum'&lt;!.itton¿derived fro.,, then-fuse of food substances. Captain Bc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 7 January 1882
'' .'' ?? Cooflaoted on labera! Principles. . : .. M^^w^^'ä^ j, ; Circulated Ä»e!y ttrèmghout ih'a'HaWJcëibiiT' 1 j . ; !; í ¡-/.rOatrict. (, i' ,&lt;r¡.:-nwíi\ ,i^n:w«W(lKT» reoeifod nprto* tfeWoIf pfla, "j,- ..' j-,¿fui.-.; »&lt;! (wi. bs-*-T í " Single !dopyr^WOPBirCÍB» u ' Faríjuírter/Booked.'.' ia.'ôi'in «dranoo..'. -3«. ftrHalf-jew. ,¡. .¿.4s¿«4; U, ? ' ¡ U, 4«.' . Per Annum . 9«. . ." . .~ 7«.pa. Subscribers uámeB can be enrollad at any time. TÍBHB oí ADTBHTI^DÍO : ¿¿ J " ' í Kve lines or'nnder' "... IB, angie J'Ten Uneg brovér 5 ;.. 2». Insertions. ^ itfteenUnes (,» 10 ... 8s. . Twopence per b^e for eceiy additional. ABrEETrSRKENT8 KAT, SE INSEBTEO WEIJM'AT TUB ? rouowmo BITES iii QUÍBTEB. ÍOne inob space ... JEO 19 ¡0 Two ,',-"? ... . l" 6 D Each additional inoh 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months cany IB per oent. dieoonnt off above ratos. N.B.-AdvertUemente ander 6s in Taino, will only ] be "boosted" to regular customers. WINDSOE STONEWORKS. GEO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
Department of Lauds, Sydney, I8tb December, 1881. LAND SALE. ATTENTION ii called to n Sate ofCroirn Lands to bc bold nt tho L«ud Office, Windsor, on the IStli Jnnnary 1833, comprising lands, CountieB Cook, and Cumberland, Parishes Meehan und Maroota. For further purticulara see Gazette ol 8th Decent, ber, ISSI, No. 514, at Police Ollice or loeal Land Office. _JAMES HOSKINS. The Treasury, New South Wales, 21 st December, 1881, CONTRACTS FOB TUE PUBLIC 8EEYICK. FOR&OE ros THE POUCE, T^OTICE ts hereby given that tenders will be rc ll oeircd at tips Otfioe, until noon, of Thursday, theStti F«hrtmry next, (or Famishing the Forage Supplie» required for the various Ponce Stations I throughout tho Colony, during twelve calendar months from the 1st April, 1882. ! Printed forms of tender as well as any farther i particulars and information, may be obtained on Application nt the Treasury, at thc office of the Inspector General of Polioe, or st the stations for which ilie supplies are r...
Poetry. NO SECT IN HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
Poetry. NO SECT IN HEAVEN, Talking of Beets till late one eve, Of »he various doctrines thc saints believe, That night 1 stood iji n troubled dream, Br thc side of a darkly flowing sircain, And a '.Churchman" down to the river came: When i heard a strange voice call his name, " Good Father, stop ; when you ero« this tide, Vou must leave your robes ,m the other side." But the aged father did not wind, And hts longgown floated out behind, As down to the stream his war he took, His pale bands cUnpini a gilt cWed book. " I'm bound for ff caven, mid when I 'in there, I shall want my Book of Common Prayer ; , And tliouih 1 put on n 6tarry crown, ! shall feel quite lost without my gown." i Then he fix'd his eyes on the shining track, But bis powti was hoary and held him back, And Hie poor old father tried in vain, A single step in the flood to Rain. I saw him airain on the other Bide, But his silk gown floated upon thc tiilu : And no ono ask'd, in that blissful spot, If he belonged to "the...
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUE ordinary meeting was held on Wednes day, the I Ith January, 1882, ut 8 p.m. Präsent : Tile Mayor, and 'Alderman Cob croft, Reid, Turner, Oiim, senr., Crislord and Keljy. , Minutes ot last meeting were read and confirmed. conaesrcNDEscE. From Rev. J. Cameron, re paying Mr. S. Houghton for attending to Town Clock. Proposed by Alderman Turner and seconded by Alderman Reid " That the letter be re ceived, and that the Mayor give £5, and each Alderman £1." Proposed by Alderman Cpbroft as un amend rent,-" That the letter be received and dealt with at next meeting if (¡atice be given of the same by motion, authorizing the Council to pay the sum of £5 to Mr. Broughton for attending to the Town Clock," which was seconded bj Alderman Kelly, and carried. From Under Secretary re additional statistics. Letter received, and Council Clerk instructed to furnish the same. From Register-General, re Municipal statistics. Letter received, and Council Clerk instructed to fur...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. Arriva from fiyduey.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridnv, Saturdnj', at ll.Su ii,m. and 7.3« p.m. 1'iirrumatta...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Jlicliinhud...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, friday, Saturday, at S a.m. and 4 p.m. l'ilt Tjivu...Monday, 6 p.m. ¡ Tuesday, Wodncsday, .J.15 p.ni.i Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, Satur day, 3.15 p.m. Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m. j Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown...Monday, Tuesday, Woducsday, Thurs day, Friday, Suturday, at 11.30 a.ni. llivrrstono...Monday, Tuesday, Woducsday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.3U a.m. Mulgrave...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.*. Depart lor Sydney ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at 0.30 o.m. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta...Monday, Tuesday, H'ediioBdny, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at G.30...
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
Railway Time-table. îxiave SYDNEY for liiwrstoue ~) M'ilaravo I 0.0 A.V.J 5.20 r.M. Saturday add., Windsor } 1.45 r.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All Clarendon set down ut Clarendon.) l.K'hmond J Leave for SYDNEY from Hichmond...7.15 A.ÍI,¡ 3.54 r.ir. Saturdny odd., 0.40 P.M. (Sets Uuivu or jacka up ut Claren don.) Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.6 P.M. Saturday add., 0.52 P.M. Mulgrave...7.87 A.M. ¡ 4.IG P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 r.M. Ulverstone..7*52 A.M. j 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Blacktown...8.20 A.M.; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.53 r.M.
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
THE WEATHER i5 very dry and hot, and unless a change soon comes much dammage v iii be done to the growing maize crops. The fruit crop has already suffered ; and the fruit this season will be small in sice in conse quence. Wednesday last was particularly hot-in fact, the whole town was like a bug' oven. Water is al«a*a»ree, v«nd what is goj, from the lagoon 1s undrinkable j therefore, those who possess the inestimable blessing of - underground tnnks, maythiok themselves par ticularly blessed, "TJföi people, however, «re not apathetic or inert-they are setting «.good example to their .^lderaud bigger «ister, Win dsor, in the matter of social movements ; and wliHt with cricket, music and other matters .we keep moving on nt a Mi rate. Rather a singular circumstance happened on Wednes day, there was a wedding, a death und a funeral closely" Following each other-t'wa«, in fact from "grave togpy " in a twinkling. DEATHS,-The first was of rather a sudden and painful character; the deceased ...
Small Debts Court Thursday, 11th January, 1882. (Before G. A. Gordon, Esq., and R. Dick, Esq., J's P. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882
Small Debts Court * Thursday, JIU) January, 1S82. (Before G. A. Gordon, Esq., and ll. Diik, Esq.,J!sP. There were six cases entered, but only the following were defended. HULBERT V. BLUNDELL. This was a claim for £2. lös; value of fourteen pair of fowls, entrusted to defendant a boatman, for sale, which realised 3¡>v per pair, and for ono hide valued al 17s ; the de fence set up and sustained was that thc defen dant at his request puichased a quan'ity of flour for the plaintiff with the . ptoceeds, which more than covered the amount, and that ill fact the plaintiff was tn defendant's1 debt for other matters. Case dismissed. Mr. Walker for defendant. - r,, ? WAtKEli V. MoSTOOMERY. Plaintiff sued for £10 ; damage fonúsing and detaining $3 -orange cases, laéld'ngín'g to him. The cases were at the Windsor Wharf, and it appeared that n boatman named Butler took them down the river-be could not say who authorised him to do so-and filled them with oranges for the defendant Montgomery. T...