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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
(LOCAL AND GENERAL. 1 A-CANDIDATE FOR NORTH WARD.-Aithe solici tation oi a ramber c f ratepayers oi this Ward, |Hr. R. W. Dunstan has cosvented to become a | Candidate, and we are sure that the ratepayers I ivill see in him agentlemnn capable of re present | fng tftiem worthily in the Council. | TKNDEKS FOR LOAN.-Tenders for the loan of ICC500 for the crfrying o it of a water scheme for the Borough of'Windsor close on Wednesday next |viTh the Mayor of Windsor. AUCTION SAX'S.-This afternoon at 1 o'clock, Messrs. Pitt, S&lt; n, and JBadgery, in conjunction i>ith Mr. W. Gosper, will offer for sale at his late esidence, "Clarendon, stock, &c., the property of Ar. Arthur "Pight. s Tint ESKUANK RAILWAY.-In the assembly, on BTuesday Mr. Bowman moved.-" "Hint there be laid upen the table of this House-(1) Copies of |aJl correspondence, reports, minutes, papers, nnd father documents relating to the. railway trial Irvey, Richmond to WaTterawnng; (2) cop-es of correspondence...
The Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
The Municipal Elections. The approaching municipal elections are already creating much more interest than any previous contests for some considerable time have done. So far as we can glean at present there will be a contest in both the South and North Wards. In the former, Mr. F. }. Mortley, the present Mayor, will seek re-election, and when the great good which that gentleman has accomplished during his term of oflace is taken into consideration, it will be seen that he has great claims on the sup port of the ratepayers. If only for the action which he has taken in the matter of securing a water supply for Windsor, Mr. Mortley deserves to be re-elected by a substantial majority. In addition to this Mr. Mortley has devoted much time and gone to much trouble to improve the borough in various ways, and he has conscien tiously performed ll*e various duties which he was sent into the Council to attend to. We hear that Mr. J. T. Gosper intends to oppose Mr. Mortley, but have no definite ...
No Danger from Poisonous Sprays. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
i NoJjangarJ&jn PjoiadaoM ^rays;".5 j -l&sntitfh was mftdeinthiadspfii^enfc' re«? cpntly of the fact that, objections had toon: jzda4& tti the ta»j ofAwl kMiin^inoth-, Months g&tuta? «al^::^&aiitr,^6r:' ;rof&Si eitb^g&.'tf3 t&s* ^oieotf Tftpoil its/surface to tnafeit ddn^efijiisi ifof^conffuito^oni/ ' jbeba^iaqle to #£* manj" svho'ibitog,far* iafflaffi thdnglt "SMarjf'^S'1' ;with ia eoluiAun 6f ttt&p.ic"Tvifiioii? bein^tev;; 't&e.trofselbritr T;;; \y- .?';'; 'l c'7_'- j?-& . : At i TOBefi^lafet^bafh in! Olbyelana^^ ; of the" Society tural Science, an exhaustive paper was^reSff" (upon tlie' "vise 6f; sprayis ' xkmtaMto^;at6CTS^s ?incoritroUJnsr the tm^jesof cc£MiiB^'ft%^nL' ^orchard. *7 After ralS^ ia2§ ^at" j^oa k^r'" icomplished- ii * ej^&lt;&t!ng thfcs; jjei&ejv ifcef ;reSmts of ctfffcra&Diits; ireta given: as. to". j\vheftiher it &&feeroto;to'jfe...
LADIES' COLUMN. Bonnets and Harts. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
^iiAsjto jjoimsts^cuid hatfyihb'iehoice iafend laaat3ris jsb££o».v iThevnewoefc and prettiest ionmete sreyeB^sbsall; -tlief HSts aretmmen&e^; butotftgeceuaxe:toc&ific&tuma tofSsuitail ia^teBi A French writer expatiates on the numbetof tonBeteil jagFali-4±^sfei woman ne&ds, and on the delicate art with. Which she eelfiota dajp-'be dull, or hor spirits downca£t, «he pars on « \ery quiet one. If she be checrjyand the feeaiterrrefi&ts Jaor uioodj ^he telia her limid t^^utijutrii flower bonnetjand so&lt;on, bati-ymff iMdmb.&lt; de G-ealis's injuno tipn, -ASToumay laughin asky-tyuo hat,'but jffoucmust not cry in a arofee-coloured,onse.' ?' ?1
Javanese Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
>y//&&&£/ unGnmw :? ?-Javanege-Breagx-" ' Mi J^ya, }&lt;i49B^^^N?®JWP1»WA 3&&& iOK *, ! cqtnfprtapd ^jptH&Sigg , worn by :them $8 $&lt;^iflg j#&% ea fti^o dqC-1 i jng .^e 4^in ^iriehpRr^im. j, Jtefcgine; ar; ! pi«j^ oi&lt;?alioe jsfu#>ng,,cj|fc grqffi ajsg&r Sew together the raw edges, and ytmJmverfti petticoat without ^jand. covered; with, ilpjjqJ patterps ;*>*. #W.o.na4e-; vicea qf::cia\fling;lif6 4eplote^ Qnifcj aud'jsm. sep 5a sarong, os-afeirt, vjPut thifj ovcr-ypur: 1»W» u»#ont>.««dr&lt;pqn? of this a large j>lait; put round yowsppisjb;tftj hold jfc.acQrd wijfch a^^jta8eel4ep«p4i«g,i pr a gay silk -sa^bi;; ;i,Thon pill; pja,;a dJJegamg-i jacket of- fino lawci, iiipiroed .with lace i loosen? yqur hair, ^d4etitt iaJi dpwa.cy^ur [-hjaoji: J: slipyour sjxiojdagjess £eefc int^indianrioQkwg; paufcpSles, Tpi^k giit or silver embroidery,, Tt^ka agw, a Ion myovtrhaadaj...
Capid's Decadence. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
Capid's Decadence, " - In ancient An4 Lpve!s,nd Hope-xvere-rae; ??-. Dan Oftjpulfed,' OHTiisteffiarej V -; ' ?.' And lived a country-life. , : v - * : He rose betu^&f el"Btea1c pf deyj' 1 Aad rotmd^lie&lt;ioufi^*htoried ; , UpstvMftg hearts that weie Tinwed, - And soofiusig down the married. But then, on wider-mischief "bent, Hehiedhim to ^he isity; H And finding much, to Bint his ta&fej L He staid th^re-jmore's the pity, Men built £im there a, g-dlderi house, Bedight mtji golden ifbars ; * They feasted himoh'golden gtaip, And wipe &lt;in ^oldeta jare. " - They draped Ms pretty nakedness In richest cloth of-goHj - - - Aud set .Win up in busies, ... _ WfeSre-tovfc was bought and sold. And thus heled;a city life, Forgettiri^.his 'siativity;; / ' Since th^heVgonef^mTjftd to worse, ( - From Cupid to cupidity. , ? £^ ..x-ffiliot SCobkyJin 5Flie JLcadeinyt - ~'
Gamblers' Mecca. SIGHTS IS THE CASINO AT AIX-LES-BAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
Gamblers' ISecca. SIGHTS IS TEE CASINO AT AIX-IES-BAINS. The gambling of the Casino, which, is, during the day, a well-aired and well-lighted room, with lai'ge windows, softly draped with ecru silk, which is embroidered in red with the ohiifre G. C. (Grand Circle) looks innocent in comparison with*its effect in the evening, when illuminated with a thousand gas jets, its brilliancy is almost intolerable. It resembles the na^e of a cathedral in its nrchitectnre, but there the resemblance ceases. The gold decorations of the walls shine like a thousand stars. The ladies at the tables are adorned with magnificent jewels. The cor rect and polite waiters are shod with silence, the inscrutable croupiers speak in a low voice. And the box of gold! How it shines! And. what a peculiar odour coiaes from it! It is here that Croesus reigns-it is here that Paciolus runs. ' Faite3 voa jeux, Messieurs 1 Rien ne va plu;)!' Tlia croupiers magnificently throw down four pieces as a challenge. Around the ...
Stealing News Sheets. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
. r. ~ . Stealing Ifews Sheets. ' Into ihe squabble which is" now going on respectins: the premature publication of Sir Morell Mackenzie's %ok X am not going to enter. I haVe'no dcuifc thai -all in dispute cpuid'beBatifif&ctorily explained. But the incident calls to my mind other circumstances tsf j& soineiwhat similar kind, and I think I amy; interest, you a little il I chat about #i|m. ',.. , goine years ago I managed a great Loudon T^orning ' newspaper. One' evening I was at^itig ^i iriy room when I received a very fility card from the lodge-keeper, who said that a m^n vrlio liad brought it wanted to .ttse ttfe Tfery badly. As a rule I did not ses pr ) iMgcaibus Cillsre; but ! thought I would let fiiis tine come in, and I said iso. There en tered a shuffling -nerrbue-looldng man of &bout fitty-wholiad. the jmrigled air of a mechanic, aiid a thief. 'Well, what do you X tasked. 1 I've come on a secret matter,' said he, ' and Til only tell you what it ia-it'^...
NOCTURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
NOCTURNE. Along the river bank I stray About the time of dusk and dew; The river ripples to the bay. My thoughts float down the stream to you. To you upon the silver sands That put the twilight-tinted sea, From him who stands with outstretched Uaa3s, Gazing to seaward wistfully. Amongithe reeds the ripples sing A little song, halt sweet, half sad, While I, with tear-voiecd whispering, Bid them for thy dear sake be glad. I would that distance -were not wide, That Fate might whisper low and sweet, 'Bet sail down the trembling tide And anchor at thy darling's feet 1' Fate atandath mute 1 And so my prayers, Like roses on the river's breast, Float seaward-may thy tears and cares Be soothed by sleep and peaee and rest. EJtVOI. The hour grows late-through meadows fair The river flows toward rest and thee ; Meeting the sea-sand close to where A star is sinking in the sea. -Clarence Urmy.
POETRY. THE TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
POETRY. 4 THE TONGUE. ?"The boneless tongue, so small and weak, Can crush and kill,' declared the Greek. ' The tongue destroys a greater horde,' The Turk asserts,' than does the Bword.' The Persian proverb wisely saith, A lengthy tongue-on early death.' Or sometimes takes this form instead, ' Don't let yoor tongue cut oil your head.' 'The tongue can speak a word whose speed,' Says the Chinese,' outstrips the steed.' While Arab sages this impart, ' The tongue's great store-house is the heart/ From Hebrew wit the maxim sprung, 'Though feet should slip, ne'-or let the tongue.' The sacred writer crowns the whole, ' Who keeps his tongue doth keep his soul.' -Itev. P/Ullip Burroughs Strong.
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
VARIETIES. ~ LA it. Sfona Caird, who etartod the discus &lt;i ' Is Marriage a Failure ?' spends most fcimci on. a largo estate in Hampshire, .md, dividing* her time between superin jig hor farm and performing literary JII a type-writer. She is the author of v three novels and is as bright in eon ? ion as she is radical on all social queB
THE DANGERFIELDS. (A CHRISTMAS STORY.) CHAPTER IV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
THE DANGERFIELDS. (A CHRISTMAS STORY.) [WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR W. AJSl# E. GAZETTE, my a- 0.3 APTER IV.-Continued. ** Patience, Mr. Preston,'' replied the attorney, with a cold smile, " I am sure to interest you yet. We are corning now to the part tihat more oearly concerns your selL After some years, during which y®uT father was born, every thing re simned peaceful, and your grandmother liad evidently a. very happy fate allotted toBapr rm the matrimonial market. One day your grandfather sat upon the Stench, w8aich foe usually did in the town of Ta'unton, and was called to adjudicate an a peculiar case of presumed vagTancy. Tfce man in charge could not speak a word of English, and the country magis tracy of that period were not remarkable for ifiieir proficiency in the foreign lan guages. When Lord Barnton looked at the man he was visibly agitated, and the mac [himself poured forth a torrent of some foreign tongue, evidently an appeal to youx grandfather for protection, by the ^estai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
The best medicine known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza, &c.-the relief is instan taneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the Kiny of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Rend the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical clinics and universitie s, the official comniunic.ition of the Consul-General for Italy at Mel bourne ; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such, not open to donbt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Sivgeii, M. 1J., Professor, etc.: ]turning of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of llie hand of thirty-years-old patient was completely separa ted and lifted up as tar...
The Joys of a Country Life. [WRITTEN FOR THE " GAZETTE."] III. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
The Joys of a Country Life. [WRITTEN FOB THE " GAZETTE."] HI. If there be any truth in a well known aphorism which euunciates the spiritual connection existing between punctuality and business, your country cousin is essen tially NOT a business-man. He makes an appointment say, to meet you at the " Carrier's Arms" at ten o'clock next Saturday morning. Now there is 110 neces sity to unduly trouble yourself about the matter; take things very easily ; restrain any tendency to excitement; worry, you know, is trying to the nerves. It is about a thousand chances to one that you will be on the spot at the appointed time, but the chances are " up among the myriads " that good honest Hodge will waltz round about three hours later, to find you fuming and frothing, or perchance, dilating in 110 measured terms on the singular ineptitude of farmers in general, and in your appointee in particular. We were in this predicament a few weeks ago. Listen whilst we illus trate the supineness of our phle...
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY JANUARY 12, 188[?]. The Ministerial Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND (fSctjette. SATURDAY JANUARY 12, 188,. Tho Iftnisteriel Crisis. The "Government has gone out, and }\v there will be a scramble for the aves and the fishes. The O'Sul'ivan mil of course expcct to be a bright and lining light in the i cnv T>oJeciionist : [inistiy, and so will T-oohey, Walker, ldNinian Melville. And John M'Elhone, " Handsaker &lt;&o$crriety, wiK wo doubt ; oat over Vhc ;prospcct of a portfolio, nd will kick-up the devil's ^delight if he on'.t'get it. After the new cast comes Lit, -we'll guarantee that "there will be lore than a ec olness between the new flinistry and its quondam 'friends. If Mr. Dibbs forms a government it willl)e flmost impossible -for hnn t-o carry on business and an appeal to the country lust be the inevitable result. Looking t the cause of this .Ministerial disaster, :ne is struck with two circumstances; I he'first is that, from flic bearing of the premier and his evident carelessness as 3the'eoursethings wo ...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
n uriH W-W4-4 ! l.ifl-hK ttmic 3T& id'X ilea: Ti/ifvfcft".;. ;otwi/lTBi),.t4 ,,7 "m ^...Vscjir v/vf * }&lt;}..;. ; a^npi^ipr; losing f ocfora f -JtieJitkot^'%iqpt0efrr ^''?/,?!,x 'ijK ??:> ' iffy wKpj 1^; iwjwtifys..*''r'.'i-C????'? h f ? VjpO'O^ODQ ipuls.t ;;$»£.".'c/ihase oaJ^i §8,ijPQ isjf&^mbprs^^isiE'ProbMjai^ chura^fB.; ;,' " _ ^cpo^ciipg i^'Svyifi,wp fihopld ; «n' opixii^ii for betfer or wofse; -ftliat we ia$$' upon.gpod grounds we ahonld lay.do.wp. upon Better. "'.* 7.7 ,i\;-'&lt;'^',y' ~7'-.."777,7 .-,1 > tThereifi "nofliingj rtfrat ;pi .a^ t.'jiaa^r^b , njeim^'.blu»toa^abQAi^~4iji«L fihe ^b?T&,s0:&w'> dz ita'akfcual &»wwifc ..&lt;)7^^/)i^i)^i«A,--r : Mil JiitiifW. ...'./'.'.7 ' , ffliflnip lt^?en,Ve?g>,a !^T[pf-about .tluitai^i', f&$$& of agef "is. vi'^qustody.f a$ "CWmgb^ ; cluirg^dwitli attempting;"to IqH-Jier. jpzother,. b^otUer, a]ldItsro ^stfe^8, withrat peison. \ . , 1 Conside...
Olive. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
Olive. ;) V ^^0 Wji _ . '; v,~'.|. ia^^high.t'ai^san^^e $p!im^ 1 ~ ~, .'^ ?"Wm% of ;^.wrfjs or t^ii^lit'^bon^' ^ 1 Ba^nr3armeiB8]ilustrous glooni,'^. ,.&lt;J&lt;"i,^ ' G^dJike ph^Whood'fl Jtowerl^e bloom,, '"'" 'r^" * i&me'^y pi^e a^iit er sing C ^ : X^Jfap giae© where^im Jikef. epr^gj, ^ . "'11^ j \ J4OVe ^aysliep-v.?,.", uZz-.'-'Zft ..'-';'i Xiovd tmfoH .? * '.: ? ""?" ^ rSiffffs-ia BUeii^/^peakB inligkt; ; 'l X'-dv*:*!. iShed^ofi'facUfauicre4tatei'bfiigJtt : r. «. '&' iStiU ftbin.he^veny wkeiioe 'tCtwaM'; as Nift.fr yefcrs eihcfcjshe deigned t# bow -?*^ !!DbWtt tK© t)r%JitSie88 of heir tir6W; ? .>!£ pDelgried td p&ss .*>». iB^,^«eto:ce^lUiKer'U®^iW:ea^y^;«^ 'I si£T i i'. '"^SD, t^o. ^^o$ra»> j liCet-tlif>,4.e^t AiyiraLO 4U*' &lt;^ r - "J- J-* '.-...J' j gQdt^ead r;cir -s SC a;' "KJ& OG^r . ^^F^y-lpve-^.-aiM.ip Ig»4,;, ... »-~?.r- ^r tNcvgr.;.neyer eong,be made . *.?,. [ l;"v/£^0rta.it8\beautyr,.-..r .'r,j^ "?>...
A Bogus Anchoress. The Story of Sister Veronica. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
A Bogus Anchoress. The Story of Sister Veronica. The doctor's wife scanned her visitor in silence. With the audacity of an out-and out Protestant she was revolving in hor mind certain impious questions. This was the third mendicant in pious garb who had come to her door within a month, soliciting alms for the support of some far-away religious Institution. Who was to assure her that the contributions she had already made would be faithfully dedicated to the purpose for whioh they had been given ? Would the Catholics take pity on the needy or suffering of other denominations P In her growing distrust she leaped to reckless surmises. What if these black-robed women were not' sisters' after all, but.merely bold impostoss, who assumed the dress of the order for the timo for their own selfish aims and purposes f She recalled herself from the reverie with a little shudder, and her voice was hard and cold as she spoke. ' Sister Veronica, I really do not feel justi iied in helping your hopi...
LITTLE FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
LITTLE FOLK. 4 Mamma-Did you give your little brother any of your candy? Little Dot-N-ot. mamma, I was 'fraid it'd spoil his teeth. Philadelphia Record. Harry, trying to repeat a well-known pro verb, was heard to inform his nurse that she could ' never catch the measles asleep.' Harper''s Young People. Teacher (to class)-Why is procrastination; called the thief 01 time ? Boy (at foot of class)-Because it takes a person euoh an awfully long time to say it. A bishop said to a child of nine years, 'My little friend, tell me where God dwells, and I will give you an orange.' ' Sir,' answered the child, 'If you will tell me where God. does not dwell, I will give you two oranges.' Hossy's Inference--Little Flossy was visit ing her papa's sister* a maiden lady, in the country. The child was painfully impressed, with the samenesB and primness of eveiy thing, and one day Baked: 'Aunt Mana^ what makes you have eveiy thing all alike f ' Because I like to have everything match,' replied her aunt...
Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889
Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MUNICIPAL.-Matters municipal are now taking j up the usual amount of public attention incident to the end of the municipal year, and much specu lation is being indulged in, first, as to who will be the opponents of the retiring aldermen, and secondly, whether those gentlemen will be success- ] ful in gaining the approval of the ratepayers in their candidature. Messrs. Cobcroft, Perry, and Mitchell, are the gentlemen who retire this year, and I understand all three will again offer them selves for re-election. Others are spoken of as likely to seek after Municipal fame, among whom I might mention Messrs. Ridge and C. Crisford. If those gentlemen do present their names on the ballot papers, in addition to the three already mentioned, the battle ought to be a severe one; at any rate the municipal atmosphere in Richmond at the present time looks very much as if there was a severe storm brewing, and I believe canvass in? throughout the Borough is ...