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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

CHAPTER V. We must return to a period of 40 years previous to the opening of our story. At this time Mr. Brooks was a smart prac tioner at the Old Bailey, and was almost always employed by the accused. The last case he was engaged in was that of a man named Jewett, for forgery, and one of the witnesses called for the defence to testify as to character, and who failed to attend, was Lord Barnton, the accused stating that he one time occupied the place of valet to him: Prisoner was found guilty, and sentenced to transporta tion to Botany Bay for the term of 14 years. A few days before the unfortunate man went on the convict ship, he asked an in terview with his lawyer. He told Brooks, in revenge on Lord Barnton, all he knew of the plot to destroy Captain Danger field ; how he and Lord Barnton went after to him to India, of all their futile attempts to obtain possession of papers, carried night and day by Dangerfteld. The rest of the story was written in a diary by Jewett, which Mr. Br...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Harvest Time. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Harvest Time. The full ripe^rain is bending, In waves o: golden ; The new mown hay is sending Its s-cveets o>p.on the night : The breeze is softly sighing, To oool the parched flowers; The rain, to see them dying, Weeps fresh its gentle showers.

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A Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

A Chapter of Accidents. On the 2nd instant Mr. T. J. Griffiths, the well known foot runner, met with a painful accident at Richmond Bottoms. He was ploughing, having a : rather spirited mare harnessed to the plough, and I one of the reins broke, when the mare suddenly wheeled round, and made a dash away. The hook attached to the swindlebar caught Mr. Griffiths' hoot, and dragged him for over sixty yards, when Mr. Griffiths, sen., managed to stop the animal. The unfortunate fellow had his arm seriously injured, and his escape may be con sidered little short of miraculous. On New Year's Day, whilst playing at cricket at Richmond, William Griffiths, a brother of T. J. Griffiths, was hit on the nose by a ball, the result being that it was knocked out of place, lioth parties were attended to by Dr. Helsham, of Richmond. On the same day, whilst Mr. James Griffiths, another relative of the family, was racing in a handicap over Emu Plains way, he fell and dis located his knee bone. On Sunda...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

WINDSOR MARKET RATE. -Quotations. Maize. 3s 3d Oats .. 4s Barley .. 3s Lucerne .. £3 Hay .. .. £6 Straw .. .. £4 Chaff .. .. 7s to 8s Potatoes .. £20 Butter .. gd to is Eggs .. .. rod fowls .. 3s 6d to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 4s Pork .. .. 3^ to to 4^d Sucking Pigs .. 4s 6d to 5s according to quality.

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Scissors and Paste. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Scissors and Paste. The Victorian capital is said to be full just now of the greatest scoundrels unhung. New South Wales has sent away a few. Louisa Collins hanged on Tuesday. The largest city in the world is London. Its population numbers 4,021,875 souls. New York, with a population of 1,550,000, comes fifth in the list of great cities.

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. The following report for the past week is kindly furnished by the Superinintendent, Mr. Mayer : - Admitted .. .. .. 2 Discharged .. .. .. 3 Dii d .. .. 1 Remaining in House .. . . 33 Outdoor relief .. .. ..18 Total number on society's books .. 51

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

A Year Free, TO anyone forwarding to this office the names of FIVE ANNUAL SUBSCRIBERS, we will post the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE FREE FOR ONE YEAR. J. CHAS. FITZPATRICK, Proprietor. Borough of Windsor NOTICE is hereby given that the MUNI CIPAL LIST of the above Borough for 1889-1890 has been prepared, and is in my custody, and WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION by any person interested therein from the 7th to the 14th instant. Any person whose name shall have been omitted, or who shall claim to have their name inserted in the said list, or who shnJl object to the name of any other person remaining in the said list, must forward the same in writing in sufficient time to be in the hands of the Council Clerk not later than the 14th instant. F. W. LINSLEY, Council Clerk. Council Chambei-s, Windsor, 4/1/88. * BOROUGH OF WINDSOR. TENDERS FOR LOAN £0600. NOTICE is hereby given, in accordance with section 190 of the Municipalities Act of 1867, that it is the intention of the Council of the abo...

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Musically programme [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Musically Mr. G. Daley, bandraastt local portions of the 3rd He form the following progra Wednesday, the i6th uisi Square, Windsor, on ^ commencing at 8 p.m.i x. March, .« Faust," 2. Overture, .' Bouton 3. Waltz,41 Sooner or; 4. Quadrille, " Royal I 5. Waltz, " Santiago" 6. Troop, «' Scotch Me 7. Waltz,41 Pierrot;" 8. Selection, " Maritai 9. Galop, " Far and Ni " God Save the Queen. mine. informs us thit the. ent Band will per^ e in Richmond o ad at Thompson,s the 18th instant' )r." er." lanish). ies."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

3 M S3 Ui IXL Drapery Warehouse, George-street, Windsor, December 31, 1888. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, We feel we cannot allow this year to close without thanking you all publicly for the very liberal support accorded us during the last 12 months. Last January when we bought this business, we had great hopes and ex pected great things. These hopes and ?expectations have been now more than realised, particularly when we remember the drought which has played such havoc with commercial life throughout the colony, and felt more especially by those who, like ourselves, have resolved to do a purely cash business or none at all. Notwithstanding this, about six months ago we had to enlarge our show-room, which is now by far the largest in town. We now wish you a Happy and Pros perous New Year, and at the same time ask for not only a continuance, but even a larger share of your favours, which at all times shall receive our most careful attention. Wr eae Your obedient servants, E. BOARD AND CO. CO...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. I ?-^ Listen to mc, and if you speak me fair I'll tell you news, indiflerent good to eilhei". I went to Sydney on Saturday evening; to hear the debate arranged between the two champions of the ''Single Tax" and Protectionist parties, and which took place in the Protestant Hall in the presence of a large audience, the majority being Protectionists. Owing to a bereavement in his family, Mr. Cotton, who was to have championed the " Single Tax" cause, was pre vented from doing so, and, at the eleventh hour, Mr. Foxall took his place. Taking all things into consideration-the short time allowed him lor preparation, and the naturally able character of his opponent, Mr. Tom Rose, who is, perhaps, the best advocate of Protection in this colony-Mr. Foxall did exceedingly well, and deserved all the applause which bis numerous unanswerable argu ments received. I am not going to deal with Mr. Rose's denunciation of a theory in which not so very long ago he was a most ardent be...

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Mr. Griffin at Penrith. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Mr. Griffin at Penrith. A public meeting was held at the Temperance Hall, Penrith, on Saturday evening, for the purpose of considering a scheme ol irrigating the Nepean and Hawkesbury valleys. Mr. K. C. Riley, J.P., occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance. Mr. T. H. F. Gritfin, a gentle man wno has taken considerable interest in the matter, delivered a highly interesting and in structive address on the occasion, showing the success of irrigation ,in ail parts of the world. With such a splendid supply of water that the residents of the Nepean and Hawkesbury have at command, millions and millions of gallons going to | waste daily, they were specially favored. The various schemes advocated by Mr. Griffin, and the results of various experiments so ably ex plained, were received with applause. At the conclusion of Mr. Griffin's address a vote of thanks, proposed by Mr. T. R. S:nith, J.P., and seconded by Mr. Cuddcn, was carried by ac- { clamation. After the address, the meeti...

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A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BV G. C. J.J Navigation and Irrigation seem just now to be the two things most likely to lift this district out ot the slough of neglect and apathy into which it has fallen of late years. With the former I have but little to do in this paper-that is already in good hands, and all I can do is to wish them success. Of the latter I wish, with your permission, to say much, and, without aspiring to anything beyond amateurship, I may say that previous occupation and a long study of the question enables me to enter upon the task with some degree of confi dence. It required not Mr. Griffin's recently delievered lecture to open my eyes to the fact of the necessity of irrigation for the district, as, for some years past, I have devoted much time in one of the local papers to making the principles of irrigation known to farmers and others interested ; and to th^ best of my ability endeavoured to post them up in all matters of fact relating to...

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Little Flo's Brother. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Little Flo's Brother. A eweetlittle baby brother Had come to live with Flo, And she wanted it brought to thetable That it might eat and grow. ' It must wait for a while,' said Grandma* In answer to her plea, ' For a little thing that hasn't teeth Can't eat like you and me.' 'Why hasn't it got tefifch, Grandma?' Asked Flo in great surprise. ' 0 my, but isn't it funny P No teeth, but nose an' eyes I guess,' after thinking gravely, ' They must Jiave been forgot. Can't we buy him some like Grandpa's P I'd like to know why not.' That afternoon to the corner With paper and pen and ink Went Flo, saying, ' Don't talk to me; If you do, it'll 'sturb my think; I'm writing a letter, Grandma, To send away to-night, An' 'cause it's very 'portant. I want to get it right.' At last the letter was finished, A wonderful thing to see, And directed to ' God in heaven,' ' Please read it over to me,' Said little Flo to her Grandma, 'To see if it's right, you know.' And hero is the letter written To God by...

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Dan Barry's Da[?] Company. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Dan Barry's Our readers wifli that Dan Barry's cl commence at two i Windsor School of i evening, next Januai be presented being ii " Current Cash,'| rights of which \#e Barry during hist© country where he ; other novelties for drama which is no; of prodution in Epj immense success,^; furore created country that within first production it wf remark in severalcfr Kingdom. A nuinq I lightened clergymen boldly stating froifc ti the stage conveyed i j lesson from the gfiim I it was in the play® j Moorhouse went st congregration to g< observing that itwa without leaving the wiser than when o watched the happy i that surrounded im " I heard their healtl the splendid coined] the great drama, words of sympathy illustrations of huma fully depicted in this I said to myself "Su so bright, cheerfelj j humor, so touching i powerful in their v human life, the stag! grand position ofw with the churchin 1 become purer, iiobfc The drama is pfenne musical gems, sbags the versatility of whom...

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THURSDAY, JAN[?] 1889. (Before Messrs Lan[?] [?]d Guest.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

THORSDAY, JAM (Before Messrs A slaughtering licease Shepherd for the current RIOTOOS f! Alfred Connell, for fij Street on Christmas Ewe, fined 2s 6d with 7s 44 Cos Samuel James M'Keej opponent, pleaded not | Connell attacked him$£i to defend himself. He cation. The police Stat previously made this ix was no reason to dot)$N the case. ? iSSg. Gue~t.) tnted to Mark East Market guilty, and wns (paid. ser defendant's ifl stated that MnK- He bnd jEnell no provo defend;int had i, and as there e&ch dismissed

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CLARENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

CLARENDON. Mr. J. Huxley, the popular proprietor of the Chester, has been endeavouring to secure the appearance of Mr. Williams, the famous " para chutist. " I understand that he has been un succesful, however, as that gentleman is under engagement. New Butchery.-Mr. Mark Shepherd is about to re-stablish here, and should make it very pro fitable business. Mr. Taylor is of opinion that the Hawkesbury electorate has been neglected lor years, and that the vote for getting the Hawkesbuay cleared will be obtained with very little trouble. Speaking in Sydney on Saturday night Mr. Foxall charactised New South Wales Freetrade as modified protection. " Who's your authority ?" howled a man to Mr. Foxall, who was quoting statis tics on Saturday night." " Mr. Puls ford." Then there was a howl of hilarity, for the audience actually squirmed again. Mr. Baird, the c3'clist, is becoming de servedly popular at Pitt Town, and, in fact, all rouud the district, amongst those who have met him.

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Riverstone* Mr. J. Links, our energetic townsman, intends, it is understood, to make important alterations to his establishment. Mr. Links is a Rood business man, and is very popular with the residents of the district, so that all will be glad to hear of the progress he is making. After a short and painful illness, Mr- John Windred lost his only son aged seven months. The poor little fellow took ill on Sunday week with ,gastric fever, and died on the following Wed nesday. Dr. Hozier was in attendance. This was followed up on Friday by the death of Fanny, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Burman, She had been suffering from hip disease something over two years, which had gradually been growing worse, and the last six months dropsy was added to her sufferings. The best medical aid was secured at different times, but without avail. The remains of each were interred in the Church of England Gemetry, Windsor. Much sympathy is expressed for both families. Your readers will also be very sorry ...

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Richmond Po[?] SATURDAY, JANu[?] Court. [?], 1889. (Before Messrs. On A LIVELY R[?] [?]d Guest.) [?]N. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

Richmond Po SATURDAY, JANI (Before Messrs. ON A LIVELY D Alfred Bellamy, arrested on a charge of drunkenm strong, violently resisted h stable had to obtain th civilians to lock him up. he made use of some very drunkenness he was fined resistance, 40s or one moi decent language, 40soron to Windsor Gaol. Imprisi BREACH LlCEl The same detendant, f orderly manner m the H Richmond, and refusing t< to do so by Mrs. Yoving, £3 or two months in Wind DRUN Annie Travis, arrested 0 Constable Armstrong lor street, was brought in wit months old in her arms. ' sideration of the child,sei imprisoned until the rising Court. , 1889. id Guest.) .N. he previous night Constable Arm est, and the con istance of three it in the lock-up 5 language. For or 24 hours ; for md for using "ra th ; all sentences kCT. laving in a dis id Jockey Hotel, s when requested snsee, was fined A. revious night by trunk in March about fifteen Worships, in con iefendant to be ^OUlt.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

SPORT On Saturday last Perkir by M'Lean, who is now Stansbury., i Are we to have a Cours this season ? If so, it we operations at once. In < meeting of the club has bee been fixed. We woulflad' to wake up and see what is as easily defeated e matched against Club in Windsor well to commence Iburn the annual ild, and dates have lovers of the sport ie done.

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WHAT WE HEAE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

WHAT WE HEAE. That a good man and true, and no bunkumite or blatherskite, has been induced to stand for North Ward. That he will go in flying, though we have no doubt he will be opposed, as there is no £40 deposit in this case. That considerable interest has been evinced this year in the elections of trustees for the several commons in the district. That a shilling's worth of praties are put into a small paper bag at the present time. That Windsor streets are infested with dozens of yelping curs, which keep unfortunate towns | people awake hall the night when no stray bricks, 1 or bootjacks, or blunderbuses are handy. Are | these mongrels registered ? If not, why not ? That candidates are already getting prepared for a probable general election. The Hawkesbury will attract some three or four aspirants. That since the last fresh, the sand beds in the Hawkesbury have been rendered more conspicuous than ever. That from a quarter-acre of irrigated land at at Forbes, an average of 150 bu...

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