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CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

looO;- i 7D,» BO ; 3.881, s!41.«?S{ if* - f)f«jtírsetJiev<i8tTnajorkyol these strangers disappeared in the far West, but ifill the '.j8ty"j has retained specimens of about hil ilse nations, ' tongues, and kindreds on thc earth.-N.- ¥, Herald. Drunkenness is said to be very markedly . increasing in France. Is it owing to the fol lowing causes ? That the supply of puree heap. wine has seriously dimished; that the wilie made from farinaceous spirits is morefi.T y, and is consequently more conducive to drunk enness ; that the want of thc wine they were accustomed to has stimulated the use of spirits, is proved by the increased home consumption, wiiich is growing rapidly. A. Manchester la^y has left , her surgeon £¿5,000,' conditionally on lils embalming ber body. She also stipulates that he must look upon her face once a year in the presence p. two witnesses. . Mosquitoes in England,-Mr. Darwin, rc .plyingxii à loiter Sisking liim whether elie re ports received of mosquitoes ...

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THE PAINLESSNESS OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

THE PAINLESSNESS OF DEATH. " PAINLESSLY we come, whetice we know not Painlessly we go whither we kno.w not !" From the earliest jieriodVof human history <leath has been considered as necessarily ac companied by pain. So general is this b?Iiel that the terms, " death agony," " last strug gle," " pang* of death," etc., luve been in a.moít universal use in every aje and uaJer all conditions ol'society. Nothing cnu'id li.1 m ire erroneous ; the truth i-, pair, and death seldom go together we mean the last moments of life. Of course death may be preceded by weeks, or even months, ul' extreme sailering, as occurs <Jurii:g \ certain inctir.iVe diseases. ¡ Death itself is a physiological process, and like oil other animal functions, should bc pain css.-Popular ¿cítrico Monthly.

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CRICKET MATCH WITH JUNIORS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

CRICKET MATCH WITH JUNIORS. .[ÇOJUJUKICATPD.] ,. Last Saturday a Cricket Match came off on the Richmond Park, between the Warwick C. C. of Windsor and Richmond Combined Schools, and resulted in a victory for thc for mer byS6Tnns.*^T^*r--» . Theçpntestwpujdbave¡nassed.off very well il1 it' bad' nbf'hàyé-Veen for the' Richmond rLanijci&s»y&fril&jg'py swecessfuUeat of thc visitors,' groarilâï^béd, arta^eHed%sjf £the park had been suddenly crillopsed by an earth quake or such like. Notwithstanding several of them being'clbuted, they still continued in a less degree their insults. ' It wonld be ad visable ' for' 'die' 'parents' bf these ' lai rikins to teach them better . than to insult gentlemen and gcntl^rr^e^'s.'sons, 'who wish to play a friendly game VitnarieigWiouring town. And the YaÄce^Sfho'aiMsual) w«re where they were wanted, to quell such disturbances. Appended care the seores : RICHMOND Coif BIKED. First Ihnlngs. E. Cobcroft, ... ' ... 4 G. Mitchell, .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

Conducted on JÁbcral Principle*. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury JMsJrict. Temporary Publish^ OjnoeT^BQBGB 8TBEET, IfTKDSOBN&et» B.' ISAACS). i noeived-nn 4 o'clock pjn. Tamils or SuBNwirtmi'* Ungle Copy-T^^MICE. FerOnarter, Booked... Ss. fid.'io adrónos... 3«. PorJSolf.y«»r " .,, ds.«J, .. ,,,, ...4s. Fer Annum " 9s. - " ... 7s5d. Sabscribers names otu be enrpUod a$ any time. TERM of AnvSETtsmo : _. , C Five Une» or nuder ... le. Single J Ten Hoes or orer 5 ... 2s. InserUoni. ^ KftWnJinee . 10 .4. At. Twnpenoo per line ipr erery.adfttional. ABVBBTISEUENTS KAT BE firgEKTEO WÉIKIÏ ATÍBE rOllOWlNO RATE5 FEB Qu ARTIE. <" - fOne inch spape . ... £0 10 fl g Long Term. 'J Two" "1 ¡; " .-1-. ¡0 (.Each additional inch 0 6 0 Advertisements ordered (br twelve months carry 10 per rant. diicèn^^.off fllwre.TaU^.. N.B.-Advertisements ander 6s in Taine, will only be "booked "..fco.»gular customers. WINDSOR STONEWORKS, GEORGE ROBERTS...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 17TH JANUARY 1882. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. Johnstone, J's.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 17TH JANUARY 1SS2. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. Johnstone, J's.P.). , . John Gordon, who was remanded from last Tuesday, for medical treatment, bfcirfg in an improved state of mind was discharged. Be ing without means, and having friends in Bathurst, Senior Sergeant Fitzpatrick kindly collectciTih Court ilie'sum of £1. 3s. Cd., which, with a few words of adview, he ïave to Gordon, who promised to leave Windsor, by the carly train on Wednesday. W. Shippy a very light coloured aboriginal, was charged with attempting larocny by pick ing thc pocket of S. Myles : ca«e proved, and the Bench taking into consideration the defendant being aa aboriginal and h¡5 having been in gaol since the previous T.tursday, nr dored him to be detained in custody until the rising of the court. Percy Reynolds, the "Wilberforce mail-boy. was charged by Richard Rose, the lesse i,i Windsor Bridge, with evading thc loll. Com plainant admitted that he knew the biy car carr...

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THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

^à^^fé^m* jthe late <M&ftyÙ^$ïW to the ^^^^nt^^'^e persan oî Mr.I^^^/V|^1^ttîlraUe sailor boy (as he tóHi^Ñ^lift^áter a gold-miner, but who may yet flo good service for his, country, as hbj country, Las âone l'or him.' .indjn Mr. ïftydou «c lisve anottier politi cal colt, who from his association with the lion, member for Burrowa, should be not altogether ¿reen in legislative matters. 'Doti; of these gentlemen may be better than their respective opponents'-¡at any rate their con stituents think BO, and if they are pleased no one elsp has a right to complain. It has been insinuated, however, that Mr. Wright owes his election to a certain organization, which may be only an invention of the enemy-and we hope it is, as we would much rather prefer that the new member for Redfern should be elected on his own indi vidual merits. Mr. Heydon's election, how ever, was not brought about by the means we have alluded to ; but, we should imagine, by the co-operation of the free...

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

, THE heat ¿tibe, weather last week put you out a trifle, probably ; and thinking my /'jRftrks" might, create Jame you JuU 'em o&t; ; fHÎpveijj I to) not easily iplt Umt.^o Airé ^el-Mast Welt's first:- *. | r ; / ; There are other Slinks besides those of Çolc^'e ~ ânâ}''CUä^bnT"'&ey "'¿vítíi ""al" Auburn and Riverstone. - 'Kin .dit' -tlie-'Pre8Îdont . -t'ie»««it}ier . .«ight( . was in the same predicament as the newly ostracised member.' . \ ? ' ! jBetter ^councils , prpieai'ejl,; / otiierwise. several goodcoinmUteeirien ; w'oáld hkve been lost-embracing clergymen, philosophers, etc. It is singular, bov&ver, thnt though the objecting members Atad a lot to say in Mr. 'Roddenham's favour-as a gentleman, &c., &S.Ï the voting was still 8 against 19/ J ' . .The heat! donSiniention it/^Tneisflay will dwell long.in my memory ; but ^Vednesday was a corker. ' And though the glass stood at lil degrees.!in Jbe;shade,; pot apub'1 in Eichmond could supply ...

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PINS. C[?]m grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

PIUS. Clim grano soil«. I " THE great heart of thc people is sound," has been said on many occasjpn, and happily, the fourth cstnte, in the rtmin, is also sound. There may be-necessarily so-díííen u;c of opinion on many things, but on questions of public morality and justice, the Press, un doubtedly, is as sound as a bell, and an un flinching upholder of what is virtuous and good, and a stern denouncer of ways that are crooked and foul. Thus we see newspapers of every shade of opinion denouncing in the straightest manner the rowdyism that is struggling hard to gain a firm fooling in our midst. What the Press is trying to cr-r-r-ush with iron heel, our Shallows and Dogberries are perpetuating by their supineness and illiteracy; and if instead of valuing the evil doings of the larrikins at Manly the other Any, at a paltry £28, they had sent 'ctn to trial ; or meted out to th«m a Utile ropes-ending it would have reflected more to their credit for manliness and pluck, and had a benefici...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 January 1882

? . .TOE ^KIB^ iawMt : iiÉmr,v j XV or Jiewuw. IM^te^^ *J: . System.Vkawu int "tí» ordert of tte Jifét tmâ fitomwh, . Mow ïiSojju.tte only^Tonle Aperiwt tiat nwer . »«.coM. And th» nott delicate ol etther .ex, fat all «rnditwn», on (dre tte». . ' ' Be Oarefuliiot to (JW laurens. IN BOXES, ONE SHILLING. Invested sod Prepared only by J. 8, AB* A H AM , , At the Laboratory, ' 434 OEOHOK-BTEBET, SÏIWÏV. -, .. CJOTJTH COAST, AND WS&X ÙÂÏtV , Ö DEN OT-0EEUAT1VE OTMPANY, / Limited: ' i COMMERCIAL STOKES, SUSSEX STBEET SYDNEY. TolTeribant», Gwoorajlhodaoe dealers, and Country Storekeepert. - BDTTEB,-We we coMtaatly- receiving large oonaignmenta of the var)' best BUTTEE from nearly all the important dairies of New South Wale«. Buyers of this artioje wUl.flud it to their advantage to purchase from ni.'' Country storekeepers forwarding j jordan can rely upon getting them executed aa well as if Uley were present to (select. Wo abo sell Bacon, Cheese, and every other description o Dairy ...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 29TH AUGUST, 1882. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. H. Becke J's.P). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Windsor Police Court' TÜESDJLY, 29ni AUGUST, 1882. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. H. J Becke J's.P). . _ Four persons were proceeded against bâffl Mr. Henry Evans, the District AttendanctllH Officer, for inf raction of the Public Instruc-iSj timi Act, of 1811, vii^ neglecting to send N their children to school as required by the 20th Clause of the Act; One was find 5s. with 5s. 6d. costs : the second ls. und St. GI. costs, or twenty four hoirs in gaol-which he elected to take out ; th* third case was dis missed ; and the fourth, detained in Court until thc rising of thc Binch, in default of payment of a fine of f's. ind Ss. 6d. costs. Cornelius Mahony vas charged with, having vil/ully impeded a railway guard while in the execution of his duty at Claren don, on the 26ih instant, j Defendant pleaded being thc worse for liquor à the time« Fined £h, or in default one mon h in Windsor gaol. Same person for having wilfully destroyed a coat the property of ijie railway guard afores...

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from 6yduuy.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridav, (Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.3« p.m. Parramatta...Mouday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, ul 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Biehmhud...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thura. day, Friday, Saturday, ut ti o.m. and 4 p.m. Pitt Tjivn...Mouday, 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, J.15 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, Satur day, 3.15 p.m. Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m. ; Tuesday, < p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs. day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.3« a.m. Bivorstuiie.-.Muudny, Tutisduy, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, ¡it J 1,80 a.m. Mulgrave...Monday, Tuesday, Wuduesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, UL 7.30 p.m. Depart tor Sydney ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, nt ti.SO ii.ni. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta.,.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, u...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

I :U) \f :1 Vi t. j fV3 mw ?W0^^SX^t^St- iwhdlîfêf, ina fot *Pi»d%.#|*M teî*»- ;*sy Jléi^CWvéÍRp, lii^l^.^p^Wvin the presence of íye I hundred persous who Md their trmuey free|y |jtj|í^rwpl|jr' half £ jard; in advance, graduallyincreasing lib distance to the end. At lSO^ards lurd chowed signals of distress whilst Thompson seemed as fit as ever, und léd by tour yards, which he .increased ta five, timi winning sa gime raoe. . Great credit is due to MoUoy for the way he Drought Thompson out. The settling took place at Mrs. Dolonder's, where a pleas ent evening was. sppnt. On thc 17th March, another match will, take place between Thompson and Jones of Wollambi tor £50.asjde--distance 150 yards. Molloy will again take Thompson in hand and it is probable his attentions » ill again bring Ms martin a victor. £100 to £50 has been laid upon Thompson.

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Railway Time Table. Lenvo SYDNEY for Riverstone "1 Mulgrave fl.f) i.V. ¡ 5.20 P.M. Saturday add., Jtichmoiid j Leave for SYDXEY trom Richmond...7.15 A.M.; 3.54 r.M. Saturday ndd., (i.4(l p.it. (Sera do«u or picks uj) nt Claren don.) Windsor,..7.27 A.M.; 4.G r.M. Saturday add., 0.52 r.M. Itnlprave...7.37 A.M.¡ 4.1fi r.M. Saturday add., 7.4 p.II. Ulverstone...7.52 A.M.; 4.31 r.M. Saturday add., 7.20 r.M. UlacU"wn...H.20 A.M.; 4.59 r.M. Saturday add., 7.58 r.M.

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"THE SCAVENGER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

" THE SCAVENGER." .' Be thou familiar hut by no means vulgar," SOME have been in the habit of calling me an unbeliever; that may be so; still there is one thing, Mr, Vulcan, in which I fairly believe, viz., your support of Alfi. Crisfords' opposition of Alii. Kelly's motion of cleaning out the pig-bath. That lagoon is in a state that will allow Onus' pigs to bathe ia Tier- ] feet sarfety. A water reserve should be that ' and nothing more ; not as in Richmond,! a ] rendezvous for all the filth ol' the town, in clusive of dead dogs and cats, tef uso of yards, &c. That cliqueism, party, and " war to Ibo knife," are the pervading elements of muni cipal elections in our town can be only too evi dent, even to tho casual observer. Tho prim ary question is : " Are you Bowman or McQuade?" Subsidiary to this, come in rapid succession, " Are you Catholic or Pro testant?" "Arc you in favor of Onus or Cobcroft?" "Where do you deal?" and a host of others equally disgusting. This spirit ha...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTUEW'S(CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) [?]ST SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Religious Notices. ST. Ï1ATTIIEWS (CnCHCII OF ENGLAND.) 1ST SUNDAY IS LEST. WINDSOH. ) M urn il ie; Service, ll nm. ., " " Juveniler S.wiee, 7.3« }).m, >REV. 1'. W. STBETTON CI.TDKMIALI:. :t p.m. I Minnie <'<>u>, ll n.m. ) VITKK t 'ni.n. ¡".io p.m. j Mr. A, Martin r-'T. JOHN'S COLO, 8 p.T. '

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY 1882. (Before Messrs W. H. H. Beeke, and W. H. Johnstone J's.P). [?]RUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

-^ ( Windsor Police Court- j TUESDAY, 21ST FEBRUAEY 1882. (Before Messrs W. H. H. Beeke, and W. H. Johnstone J'6.P). DRUNK. George Burton was charger! with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s., or 7 days in gaol. Fine paid. ASSAULT. Gunn » Gunn.-A. S. Gunn, summoner) Emily Gunn, for having assaulted him ; as defendant did not put in an appearance a war rant was ordered to be issued. OIÎSCE.VE X.ANGDAGE« Patrick Hession junr., was chawed with havingused obscene language in a public place r>»>"«ni,io Ornee, gave evidence, »nd *1>p ' Bench, pono,J.»:..ö proved. Fined defendant 20s ; 5s. 6d,, costs, or in default, seven days. Same person was also chanred with Riotous conduct, for which he was also fined 20s ; 5e. öd., costs, or seven days. Fines paid. ASSAULT. Two hoy's named respectively Cambridge, and North, figured in this case; which was dismissed.

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ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY, 26[?] FEBRUARY. 1[?] Sunday in Lent. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

BT. MATTHEW'S, HUMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. SCNTVW, 2r.Tii rnnnuAßr. 1 st Sm,dav in Loni. WiNnsoE-Keb. 20,7.Sii a.m., HOT. 8. J. A. Sheehy. " ,, ll a.m. 7 p.m. Itii'hmoud, Saturday, nt » n.m. HEW S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

WESLEYAN METHODIST. Wixn»oR.-Ft'b. ífitli. ll a.m., Student. 7 p.m., Der. H. Mack. KirnvnM).-3 p.m.. Mr. li. (hinihrill. . 7 p.m.. Student. INntnn - Il n.ut.. Rev. H. Mack. Ki ??iMjMN...- ;..'!» p.m., " Wii.iicni'uucE.-- :t p.m.. Student. 7 y.xa.. Mr. IV. Gtitnbrill. HE?. H. MACK, Chairman of Ciicnk.

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EARLY CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

EA.RLY CLOSING. A rumie meeting «vas held at tlie Scliool of Ans, on Tuesday evening, for the purpose of considering the advisability of introducing the Early Closing System into this town. Henry McQuado, Esq., took the chair, und briefly opened the 'meeting, leaving the other gentlemen on the platform to speak to tho subject. Thc Rev. F. Wc Stretton, in moving the first resolution, was just a lilfe funny on , the absence of the Judies, who, by the bye, were not represented as they sh'ouldrh:tVfl been- Tho rev. gentleman said there were two sides to every question, and ittorae better to bc on the right ijde, though ir m%t.t t>n> be the strongest-and ia ibis matter he .bought he was advocating what waB just and ».jjiit ; and hoped he should always be'on that side. This not only concerned the enthusi astic young mon who were here to night, but »he employees themselves-of whom he was glad, to seo some present. Ia thc first place, he thought what they were now asking for was a rea...

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Alma front fit, Albans, mau», owlons, «nd eat arios, (Jnrd), : - , Otm fMmiColíj.íwÜhnielons and fruit fKethemll), ». ^"^t.(kio. utioiis, mi awteka (Torn. WI Ud Wal]),.£¿ V > ?? ?' ¿W>¥» MulMa-jna.it» faa, (Bärnsdorf). . JfW^"*1 -.«vW^Jta*, ftnit «i4 »neJons, ^SurakJaM, from Colo, "ssrítíi miOpng and sundries, ¿'va 6. S.frotn the Macdonald, maize and sundries (BuUcrand Walker). Same old (hm* from the Macdonald, moise and sundries, (Butler and Walker).

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