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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Jan. 16th. IL o.m., Hov. H. Mack. 7 p.m., Kev. H. Mack. RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Rev. ll. Mack J p.m., Mr T. Anderson. ENFIELD-ll a.iu.. Mr. G. Turnbull. KtBRAJoNO.-2.30 p.m., Mr. G. Turnbull. WILBEHFUBCC.-3 p.m., Mr. li. Lcei. REV. a. MACK, Chairman of Chcuii.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 10TH JANUARY 1882. (Before Messrs W. Dargin, and A. Tuckerman. [?]s P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Windsor Police Court. (,Before Mess^W. Dargin, and A. Tuck ??n, .íh!»r»'4í, TtVrroañ.JVP.). "i ' Jo)ui;ppr¿ojv was brought up' for protection* being of unsound inind. Remanded for eight duys/for rteditaV^lrea'traenV''.?? Auctioneers Licences were granted to John T. SmitUn^nd G, L.i A. JJavies. .MeMs^.^Hhvmaii/'Ji Schonem, and James Dodds. . . ? ? '? ' ? ? ; " "

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Arrival of River Graft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Amyal of JtiFiy Graft at: ,j ,^^^^^^Wí í|!6m,5t, .Albans. Maire and .aanirtriéi/ntS^ririsliaw^-"' T VT. Jahnand Herbert, imm -tiiwér 'Hawkesbury. . Maiace, pooHry, rg^ahdsuniMea,> (Woodbury.) , ? Mäa,$ri>m ^¡Jan^Br 'Hawkeabdry.- Maize, fruit, tvA'snMe*. (WopSbarx.) % gmprfxj, from Colo. Mate", poultry, and sun «"rios. {Sanjly.) ,. .-, \ y r t~ fW*jjrraj>*, from the -Macdonald. Maize and. sundries. (£>mie!s and Walker.) / g I ÍJéj^írfw^froitlhe/Colo; Maize', poultry, and . ("imdrfes. fíales.) Oem, from thc C'Ohv . Maize, pouttry, a>id sup. dries. (M«*her£n.) ... Victoria, frcim Coloi. ? Maize, ponltrv, eggs, sun. dries. (Wail.) . "

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Sydney Markets. State of Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, January 11th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Sydney Markets. Bteto nf Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE Sc CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, January Hth,.lS62. IÍAYÍ-Best oaten,»dhs. and trusses Ss. 3d. to Bs. Od iludium . 4s. 3d. to fls. Od sheaves . ... 8s. ad. to 4s. Cd, Oaten bales (prime) .... .... .Bs. 3d. taffs. Od" ."..Medium. ... ..J. " 4s. Od. to 6s. Od Oaten and wheaten bales ' ... fis. Od. to ns. 3d Wheaten sheaves. 2s, Od. to 4s. Od liDCESKE.-Bost Windsor trusses 8s. Gd. to 4s, 3d Truss and sheaves.,. ? >... 3s. 3d. to 3s. lOd i ; ..Medium fcaality ' i.. îs. 9d.' to Bs. SJ liarfterîfiver bries " .. ls. 91. to 2B. Od CHA rr.-- Prime samples scarce. Medium . 49. Od. lo 4s. 7d Êiraw chaff . 8s. 3d. to 4s. G I f raaw.-Uñadles. 3s. Hi. to 4s. Od .Bales ... .3s. Gù. to 3s. lud OAT3.--nost feed. 3s. Od. to 3s. 31 Medium . 2s. Sd. to 2s. Ol " ticed... .Nominal. AYHKAT.-Victoaian markets show a rise u> 5s. HAKI.KV.-A few samples of Oape 2s. Od. Itu.u< AV» î*OLt>XRu.-Bran u=. )0}d. to ls. ld l'ullar...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Windsor Markets. Maiie « .¿s.Od. to Ss. ld, .Kowis ... ' . 2s. Ud. to 3s. <5d Eggs ... ,.ls. 8d. to Us. Od ' Oeese ... .,. . 4e. 6d. to fls. Od Kucks ... ,.Ss. Sd. to 8s. 6d Peaches . 3s. Cd. to 5s, Od.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

¿OCAL AND GENERAL. PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS.-Joseph Callaghan Es-]. M. 1). hus he-.-n appointed a member of School Hoard No. 10. METIIOFOUÏAN STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES -The follnivitiggoittlcmeii has been appointed under the New Act:-John Dill')', Esq, James Rtiehunan, Esq., Geo. O'Martey Clarke. Esq. John Mi'h'iume Marah, Esq. William Omne« E-.c¡. Glentworth .Walsh Frazer Aidhon Esq. Fivs thousand lives were lost by the floods in Spanish Honduras. The «lainage to(railro.uls is estimated at 2,000,000 dollars. ^ojyig«H¡XUK¿rsrJt jis auld tine population 'iifttfetJffitM ' Suites is now 50,155,78$. It is also said that Jelferson Davies has made as much ns JL'lO.OtlO hy his History of the Rebellion, il.ilf a million children are now attending the national schools, Loudon. CRICKETTING Fn'ruiti:s. -Practice goes on regularly at the advertised time. There will he s mle practice of a praetic nature on Sat urday, wh/n probably winy of those who will he selected will play against Richmond, on ltichm...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Jan. 15th, ll a.m., Ber. P. Fitzgerald Ebeneier, " 3 p.m., ,, Pitt Town, " 3 pun., ,, Alternate. BET. PATRICE FITZGERALD, Kin ister.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

CONGREGATIONAL CDDBCH. Snbbatb ScrTÏt : ll ».tn, 7 p.m. Week Evening ken-ice, Tuursdar, tl p.m. REV. W. MATHIESON, SSH.

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Agencies. The undermentioned are oar appoint?.. AgentÜ for thu several localities named :- , ? JtlCuUiOKD-Jlr. 1). Cobcroft, Chemist. * ' KUliUAJONG.-Joseph Smith, Stoiektittuer. KOKTH RICHMOND WIJ.BEBTOBCE. WISEMAN'S FKHUV.-Mrs. Marx. CENTRAL MACDONALD-Mr. J. Walker.

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Clanedar.—January. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

:M "sf > *- ¡Sultán^ IC M Sit J. Mooro kiUed i80fe 5 flMfc 17Tu Eur^oUaiffi Syd. J800,^? GßJW; 18W Gov;Ph3«plàBm5-l7ôfi5 í>|7T8." lÖTIi burt's Es. retr.'46 ' J&Ï0 7 ll Uoll'ri Djvirl Garrick died I"79 5311 7 11 21 j Sat P. Alfred «rr. Syd. Ib08 5 12 7 ll

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

MARRIAGE.       SMITH — BARNETT. — On the 20th December, 1881, at St. Matthew's, Windsor, by the Rev. F. W. Stretton, Miss Laura A. Barnett, daughter of Mr. B. Barnett, of George-street, Windsor, to Mr. John Smith, of Penrith, brother to Mr. T.   R. Smith, M.L.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

J^&îAbrsham's Pills, System. ' SUtow-for «ie Cure of «41 PU Olden ot tie iíver «nd Stomach. Uwt famous ai tire only 5\mic "Aperient-tbafrnevcr give*cold.''-Aaa-laemort delicate of either . > iBe Oureful not to «et foliations. Invented «BB Prepared only by S. -S."*-B BAH A H . M the Laboratorj', ' f , 481 GSOBOE-STEEET, SïDNSÏ. . ; CJODTH COAST AND WESt CAM KJ DBK COJÛPEKATIVIS COMPANY, .? Umlted. ", ' v:' OOUUERCIAIi STORES, .gPoSEX. STREET SYDNEY. To Merchants, Grocers, Produce Dealers, and .1 Country Storekeepers. Bu'ri'EE.-Wo are constantly necking large consignments^! the very best BUTTES ' from nearly all the important dailies of Kew South Wales. Buyers of ibis arijoler ;will find iíto tí»e!rii¿ís¡5tapo fo-piuShese from us. ' Country mowkeeuwxÓEWuHing orders can rely upon getting thom executed OB well os if they were «présent to : select. We '-slab"' sell Bacon, Cheese,. and every fotbet ;d*eripJpn o Dairy and Farm Prodnce,«t the, . ¡j<, <. Comm...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

'- SCHOOL OF ARTS. - The animal general meeting of thc School of Arts took place in the Hall on Monday night. There was a small attendance, hut all present showed a lively interest in'the proceedings. Mr. Holland (the Chairman) called upon the Secretary (Mr. Harding) to read 'the balance-sheet and re port. The report showed the oontinued progress lit the institution, and the balance-sheet a credit ot' £52 19s. Sd. This is a lnrger balance Dion last year. A number of books have been bought Ournie; the year, w.'iieii accounts for £39 10s. of thc ex penditure. The election pf officers waa then rmi ieadei'-wirti. Tbere^Wir*ttVO nominations for Pre sident, vb;., Dr:- íioídni and Mr. B. Hlchards. A ? ballot was taken, which resulted in lt for Dr. I'iaschi and li for Mr. Bicliards. There were three nomiuatioiii for Vice-president, bat. Mr. Hole With drew, leaving Mr. Richards and Mr. S. T. Green well, who were declared elected. Messrs. Holland ?and Heard were nominated for Treasurer, hut M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

M» HAWKESBURY CïlEONICïj!,' A WBKKLY PAPEE, Conducted on iliberal Principles. Publishedorery SATURDAY MORNING." Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. . ' ' ! Temporary Publishing Office:-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (late B, ISAACS). v . ' ADVKSTÍBKMKKTS received np to 4 o'oiook p.m. on Fridays. < ; TtuauMBuxscwrttowr ' * Singlé Copy-TVOPJ5WCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2a, Si. ia ádranos... Ss. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 61 ,i ... 4s, Per Annum " 9B. " ... 7s 6d. Subscribers sames can be eurollod at any time. TEEMS or ADVERTISING : ". , ( Hive lines or under ... 1«, Single J Ten iinM or OTer 5 ... SB. Insertions. ^ Kfteenlines " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. AOYBSTISEJIENTS HAY BE 1N8EETKD WEEKLÏ AT THE roiixwisa BITES run QUASTKE. f One inch space ... £0 10 0 |I*»gTernn «Two " " ...10 0 (Each additional inch O 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelvp months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements ander 6s in value, will onl...

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

Windsor Borough Council The ordinary Meeting of the above was held ou Wed nesday the 11 ill Jan uary, 1882 at 8 p. ni. Present the Mayor, and Aid. Primrose, \V. Gosper, Linsley, Collins, and McNevin. Minutes of last meeting were read and con firmed. Correspondence.-From the Under-secre tary Statistical Branch, re mutual Statistics; and from Colonial Treasurer relative to the same. Letters received, and Council Clerk instructed to supply doored information. From Lands Department, re grant of £100 for Beserves. Received. From Mr. S. C. Brown, solicitor, re revised additional by-laws, advising Completion of the same. The by-laws weregonc over, signod by tho Mayor, and the corporate sea1 affixed ; all are now complete and the draft wiil be for warded to Mr. Brown, to be dealt with finally. Accounts.-The following accounts were read and submitted to tho Finance Com mittee :-P. O'Hara, timber, Cs. lld., W. Commons, drain pipes, ill. Os. Cd.; Rent for Oddfellows' Hall, for temporary Counci...

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THE [?]bury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

lÉiûtehiinj Cjirimirle. ASP FAUMEBS' ADVOCATE. ':. t&TUKDAY, JAXUAUr H, IMS. THAT tho whole system of railway cou struetion in Hew South Wales is a. huge blunder lhere can be no doubt to those «lui care to .consider the mutter. Still, there arc thousands who travel, who seem to believe all that is said hy plausible Ministers, ami do nut cure how affairs go on so long as they gtt their «Wn selfish ends »evvet.. Not only lins there been the most shameful blunders in construction perpetrated, bat the system nf maintenance is n must expen sive one t anti thc public of New South Wales arc made to pay dear fur their elaborately " got tip-' staff of officials. Títere arein the Railway Department, as elsewhere, 14 good men and true," but there are, un fortunately, too many that ure tint so, sud whose removal to same other sphere mundane or otherwise-would be un great calamity to the travelling public. In the matter of removals we could not du better than begin ut thu top of the tree...

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

SPARKS. ! THE Licensed Victuallers, though cavilling at the operation of tho New L':ci-nsing Act, are by no means backward in sookiug their own protection uudcr ita provisions. Instance the cuse brought ou by President Olliffo against the cabby, last week. Whick, by thc by, was rather hard linos on tliat worthy eliarioteer-having boon in. vitad to a " wei," and then summoned for the payment thereof. And without finding fau't with thc beak who inflicted tho punishment of 75 minutes hard labour. I do think it must have been precious hard labour to find a job exactly suited to the occasion. . he good p?ople of 3i^|^!^(|B¿4TO^ watcr-6upplyj, it is ajçMrâ ptft o^>endti%*a j>etgg|§pt ot ] ^/^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , 5wiwfîn ''öiisseSj traini aá^>1wífeaW*í?. ; &0hm:M' »»le hipad called Jv i j^^$^^^^ltfinl'^AOaj(ll,.^ -.¿lear-*. spawí11 a írjwded conveyance for aaintêr eathig young lady t > sit down, and ono of her own sex at once seizes the opportunity to fill the said »paco up w...

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FARM AND GARDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

TAUTS. AND GARDE. TAKING CARE OF HARNESS.-Harness that has been on a horse's back several hours, in hot or rainy weather, becomes wet ; if not properly cleaned thc damage to leather is irrcpatablc. If, after being taken from the HF the (f^^«^^rif||BWiif jSßd the Jtf¡H$¿ The . first| - * .pd i¿^S^&tíSí'Í9Úhéii_ ¡ipi« can ô»ryÂé;^ooef MVS «furo»! of Cl^^to'.V; by keen charged with oiti^i^rease, ,'. destroyerof these,'tfjj$£nud andi ture are eren more íestructivé,"!! Jíúd hil drvitig absorbs tho grease and ajeus the ' pores of the leather, making it ajjirey to j water, while the salty clitracter, of the I perspiration from the animal iivUres thc leather stitching and mountings, f^t there ¿fore follows that to preserve h.i.jess tlie straps should be washed and niledTrbenever it has been moistened by sweat or Boiled "hy mud. If a harness is thoroughly tleanSsjtV twice a year an'l when unduly'exposed treated as we hare recommended, VJt'fTeather ] will retain its softness and stren...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 6TH JANUARY 1882. (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, and J. Callaghan J's P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 January 1882

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 6TH JANUARY 1882. (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, and J. Callaghan J's P.) John McCabe v. John McGuire, Assault No appearance of parties. George Jones alias John George, charged with forging and uttering. Remanded for a week.

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THE HEATHEN CHINEE RE[?]VIVCS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

THE HEÀIHÇK CHINEE EEWVIVC'S. Meliçan Rette« Mucbee dirie? : John he itnellce 'Crate the eta. C ima *o wa»!iee. Hake bim fica nee : Ra ia*. " Gsttee. Dam Chinoe ! Ko morelikee Vo more hateo Too much gottec Aîreade.*' H'î RO diriee, Meno ewe, líet me badi* Across the fes ; Home in Cilia» Huchee s.'upe? ¡ Better rice«. Better 'CT. -r^i-u.

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