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Sydney Markets. State of Sydney Markets A. H. FRINCE & CO., Market Wharf St[?], Sydney, [?]day, February 22nd, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Sydney Markets, State of Sydney Markets A. H. FRINGE & CO., Market. Wharf Stoves, Sydney. Te tuesday, February 22nd, 1882?° ll At.-Bert cntcu, bdls..fis. I!d. to Cs. OJ truss^t. . ... 6s.<jd. to Os. Ud bales .... . fis. 4<i. to Os. yd Medium I . Cs. -Od. to fis. 3d Wheaten (bundles) ... 4s.Cd, to fi. 3d LOCEBKli.-liest Windsor trusses 4s. Gd,'to4stfd Medium quality . 3s. (id. to 3s.'Jd Hunter Uiver biles .. ils. 3d. io is. <¡d Medium . 'Aa «id to ia ld Straw chaff . 3s. O l. to 3s. Si BlBAW.-Bundles. 8s. 4d. to 3s. 5d Cavings . 2s. 10d. to ;3s. od OATS.-liest iced ... . 3s. 3d. io 3s. id Medium ... ... ... Ss. Od. to 3s. ld Seed. Os.Od. to Ss Cd W'WtX.-Host samples. fis. Cd. Wos.gd j IÍAiimr.-Cape... . 4s. 8d. to is. Cd Î5HAS AKi> fruLlAUD.-Brau ls. Cd. to Os. od Pollard . ls. Cd. to Os. Od MAIZE (sound)-Firm tit ... 6s. od. lo Os. «J Inferior . is. SJ. to is. tld POTATOES.-Wanvauiuools ... 4s OJ. to 4s 3d Pumpkins. fis. Od. to Os. Od Medi...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Windsor Markets- j In consequence of aholiday intervening, business bas been slack ¡ though ibo early part of the week meium futohed au abnormal price in consequence of tbc local demand being large. Prices oro : Manse . 5s. Od. to 0s.0d. ELM . I". *J. to ls. 4d. Butter . Os. Iud. to Os. Od. l?oWla . ... 2s. Od. to Cs. Od. Melon« . 2s- 3dl 10 4s" CJ Pumpkins (prime) ..: ... Os. ßd lo Os. Od. Peaches .3s. Od. to 4». Od.

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THE [?] AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Ijiiáeáan} C|jroiiirk.| AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATilBDAY, JFEBRUABT p, ms. IT must be conicBSjd that tlu Municipal year j i b gan badly-that is, as far as harmony is I courcrned. It might liavo been, however simply tile last dying breeze of the oh!, sesaion, and that henceforth calms will pre vail. Be tliitas it may, it is pitiable to know that a local Council, which, us tar as the people of this tow«, are concerned, is second only in importance to ike Legislature of the country, should have ho^an its yo.ir so i badly. Thero aro, unfortunately, in our midst persons »'Ito look forward .to this sort of thing with keen interest ¡ persons who think tile election of aldermen or mayor is ' nothing, unless attended with some snell ex- J hibitioii of lue sort th.it attended tho elcolion of Windsor's new Mayor, ou Wednesday, the ICth instant; and it is to such individuals j that t!ie intelligent portion nf th; ratepayers i may attribute a good half of the miscarriages of our Municipal Counci...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

rONr.r.EGATIOSAL C1ICBCH. R3!i!:n<li Servil i"- : ll a.m., 7 p.m. JEveiiiiig uervid". TlmrHlny, s p.m. KEV. W. MATTOESON, SES.

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Fuller & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

Fuller & Co. HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE AND FARMERS* ADVOCATE OFFICE, GEORG JÎ-STBEET, WIND SOB, are Aleuts tor the Cumberland Mercury aud J'i-oUxlan', Standard, ;

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[?]OCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

W LOCAI AND GENERAL. THE Archbishop of Canterbury is seriously 51 '. THE HAWKESBURY MEETING.-The gen eral settling o\ er tile late Meeting took placa on Monday evening, and passed off satisfac iorüy. The majority of the public were heavy losers, but losses were paid with the i're.itest go'd humour.-Herald. Bu. VAUGHAN'S SPEECH AT THE COGENT. -We beg to inform the Rev. W. Moore, that our report of the above was not only full, but correct ; and we challenge anyone ] to prove to tho contrary, j PMKOE LEOPOLD .is seriously ill at Osborne. ACCIDENT.-We regret to say that Mr. H. Evans, the District Attendance Officer, was thrown from his horse, on Tuesday evening, and has been in a strange state of forgetful aess over since-the fall having affected the spine. He cannot recollect how it occurred, notwithstanding he must have unsaddled the horse and turned it into the paddock be fore he became unconscious. AVe are glad to hear, however, that Mr. Evans is getting better. THE AUSTRALIAN CRICK...

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

The Australian Rte. TD088ESSING tire most deliojoiw : JC^:JtTOurfor:Aab.g^^ «ravies, «ultoe. timi*, Atop» end refit netti,' Patraaited by Ith BiodUaoy tho Governor and ' .l^r&oMnton. ' . "? TBIOE WKBUBXLfNQ. Th» fchoriog extracts have been eeleetod from letter» nw v«d to thi» dat«, and the nanufsctmv er retpeetfuUy toilette the patronage ot the general publie of the Australian 00I00&»: i.f*^ FfcOir HÍ8 EXCEL/TiENOVTflE ÛOVEBNOE AND Ï.ADV BOBINBOK. _ *' I an directed by h!» Excellency the i Governor and Leay Robipsou to, »tum you many tftenki for your Irind prêtent of «ht bottle« of the Australian Roliib; ead I am further directed to my that they confider it mot', excellent. They intend to ute it regularly et Government House, and to reooouaead it to othert." FEO il T. 8. MOET, ESQ. "Hike your Auttrali&n Eeliih much, for WÎÎÎÏft if it a gentle «pur to the appetite, ¡t don not«jjpe«(01wve anything in« likely to do eumtotbettOinKN," FB0Ü A WELL-KNOWN OLEEGÏMAN I...

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

ADDITIONS TOTHEGAOL. WJNDSÖR. Department of Public Works, j Sydncj. 18th February, 1882. rNDERS will be received at ibis Office, until 11 o'clock on TUESDAY, the 28th February next, for Additions to the Gaol, Windsor. For full particulars see Gosernment Gazette, a file of which is kept at every Police Office in the Colony. Bazaar &c. CHURCH OF ENGLAND, KURRAJONG. ASALE of Fancy Work, Tea Meeting and Gift Auction, will beheld in connection I with the above Church, at the School of Arts, ! Richmond, on Thursday, and Friday, the 9th, ] and 10th, March. The Bazaar, will open at noon on Thursday and the Tea Meeting, will take place at half past four on the same day. G. A. CLEEVE, Hon. Sec i Benevolent Asylum TENDERS are invited for the following work to be sent in on or before the 10th March :- v Taking down Plastered Ceiling*. Boarding samo with \ inch T. and G. Boards. For particulars apply to the Super intendent. SMITH T. GREENWELL. Hon. Sec. Borough of Windsor. NOTICE. TENDER...

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GRAND CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

GRAND CRICKET MATCH. 9s Wednesday all tlia world and his wife mastered at Fairfield to see 22 of Hawkesbury «nd Nepean try conclusions with Shaw's justly celebrated team of Englishmen. The special train with the visitors arrived about 9 a.m., who were met at the station by Mr. H. McQiiade with a four-horse coach, and were driven np through thu town to the ltoyal, where they batt refreshment. They were driven down to the ground about ten o'clock, and were met hy (lie ioctl team who greeted the veterans with three cheers. Of course they ware closely sci utilized and criticized hr thc fair sex, and cnmnieiUs were freely made. The Hieren are a ni univ, rough-and-ready lot of chaps, who seem capable ef standing any amount of wear anil lear, wherever they may go. Play e«nimenced «! JU-4.J, the Kiiglislimeii latin? the Held-as was the generally expressed wish that they should. Mr. W. H. Hull captained thc io>Ml team, and Mr. Shnw the l isitorc. The Hawkesbury and Nepeanere made a Rood s...

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

HAWMBHEYC! A WEAKLY PAP£R, - PoWishea every SATDRBAYMOSHINQ^ ¡ '-. j . <\!j¡«¡?',Yr"f pinjulatod teely throughout ^^MB^^-tfgl' Temporary Pablteliinp Offioe^-CBOBCK »EBBET, i WINDSQH (late B. IBAMOS). ' '< ' AnvERnsEUENTS reoelvod np to 4 o'çlook P.m. J «ra ÍVidayg. . - v/^ i ttixs arSvnsowrrW!':, Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Qnarter, Booked... Ss.Ca.inBflranee... 2s. Fer Half-year " ... » - PcrAnnnm " ...«e. » ... 7s6d. Subscribers nameo ea» be enrolled at any time. ??? Ten"« or AoraRTisraro s Í Five lines ornnder ... 1«. Single J fm j¡ncs or ovaT g ^ }>g Insertions. ^ Kfteeulines " IO ..." Se. Twopence per line for every additional. ABVEBTLSKVEKTS STAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE , POLIO WINO BATES FEB QUARTER. (One inch spaoe .., £0 10 O j Long Term. «Tiro''-,;- " ... 10 0| (Each additional inch- fl Advertisements ordered for tvrelre months carry j 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements ander Es in vaine,' will only be " booked" to regular «...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

¿OCAL AND GENERAL. SMALL DEBTS COO&TS.-A Small Debts Court will be held at the Court House, Wind sor, on Thursday the 9th March. Plaints must be lodged not later than the,28th Feb ruary, inst. GAOL iMmovEMENTB.-We are glad to soe that Tenders are Called foi additions to Wind sor Gaol; to close 28-h February, inst. MB. JAMES DICK has been gazetted Tele, graph Station Muster at Windsor. ..." BHAVO S BICKMOHP.-Mr. G., Cobcroft gave £80 for Gates at Cricket Match. WESLEYAN FOREIGN MISSIONS.-We re gret that we were compelled to omit about a column of matter in connection with the above, in our last week's issue. It wou'd bo useless to print the same now; all that we can do, is to summarize the proceedings, and hope that on the next occasion of the kind, so many matters of public interest will not come all together.. We may say then, that on Sunday the 12th inst., the Rev. W. J. Davis preached both morning and ovei ing in the Macquarie-sireet Church, to goo l con gregations. .Good...

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

SPARKS. Sn you've been anil gone, mid done it, again. You shove your's truly aside to make ro mi for Municipal blather and other nonsense, i I'll stake my davy that " sparks" from my anvil will tltrnv a bettet light on tilings than the coruscations of light that beam (rom the scintillant glances of inflamed municipal otntors, when upon the verge nf stark staring madness. You'll see by und bye ! Now, please he good enough to give me room for my last week's lucubrations, as well as this. Thank heaven ! we have now, the most independent mau-probably, in Australia, or the. World for the matter of that-for an alderman. Dear old Windsor, town of tile blest ! The pnl'-nnse chap is again returned to the "Council of nine" under the shadow of St. M-no, not Marks-though it might be not far from'he Itridge of sighs, if a corn-cob's nose s' ould chauee to get broken in a Muni cipal scrimmage. If the- rea! truth were known, it is not Uradiaugh's principles of negation regarding religion, that c u...

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

Agencies. Thc undermentioned axe out Appointed Agents for thc several localities named : RICHMOND-Mr. D. Cobcroft, Chemist. KOUUAJONG.-Joseph Bmitii, Storekeeper. NOBTH RicrruoKD- : WiLnawoncB. WiBEUAX'a FEBET.-Mrs. Marx, ' CBNTOAL MA.cDONA.Ln-Mr. J. Walker.

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PINS. C[?] gra[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

36we^Jjfcur«g ön-«onr3;r'în tbe-worid. j iclub called the Ulster made 1288 j «iris for nine wickets. About the saine 'tlíne," then follows " The principal of the Cloture was introduced into the Inst by thc, ÍjfÉñiicV, etc.; etc;*' ' Now, whit Uie Cloture as to do with cricketing I don't know perhaps they who wrote it knows ail about it, and they ni ght have been kind enough to [inform their readers. However, upon turn ing over to next page we find the following : *-'.*. The b igln st cricket score on record was inade by U. V. Rowe, of Magdalen College, England, in a match between tho Long Vacation Club and the Cain's College, at Cariibridge, on July loth and 14th, 1831. (R|OWe made 415 and not out only four wickets were the Mar! boroughs scored nil in Mi innings." Now, that par. is excruci- j |#cingly ambiguous, especially " Magdalen | College, England," and "mere tin Marl borough's eored nil in on innings." lt is j xjust probable the latter part of this par. has | something todo wi...

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FARM GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

FAEBI GARDEN. U-AiXUJSIV. -4 WORTH KXOWINQ. - A writer in the Bourke Watchman directs attention to the peculiar' virtue ot' a plmt known ns the 'needle-bush, I which often affords uatives of the western ' plains and others in the secret with wat**" .sufficient to n'leviate their thirst. We think the peculiarity t>f the little shrub Buould be made widely known, especially in a dry time like thc present, when thc bushman's avoca tions daily exp.ise him to the risk ol that . most agonizing of all deaths-that of thirst. We haye, heard of tim plant bs'fore, in the Darr and Diamantina country, where on long journeys the natives <le;>eiid upon it solely for n supply of water, hut were not aware that it was to be commonly met with 1)n thc Darlini Í watershed. However, "J.AV.,'' the writer' referred to, says confidently that it is, and we I recommend lu's letter to the attention of hush- j men generally. Ho says-" There is a little ! tree or hush growing on all the s^nd hill...

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

PKCSDTTEllIAN". yr-..Nr-.-Foll. ïCili. II a.m., Kev. P. Fitz^era'd E')-: ?.? <\ ,1 S p.m., " PH- A wn, ,, S f .m., " Alternate, ;EEV. PATlllCK FITZGERALD, lliii ister.

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Calendar,—February. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 February 1882

\ 2<SIS>UB. 2? M 38 Tu [29W ITh 2 Fri 3 Sat 11cLborne^Ä»M7r [St. Daytó'iSfcyS^^ f irst Census Victoria'IMJ Last male abor. Tas. 'ßfl-' Convict outbk. Syd,, Ji0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Notice i 4 -NIT Person found Harbouring my ap 'A.' prentice, Tlionias Silk, who left my ¡ premises on die night of the 27th February, will be prosecuted according to law- , oirje (Thomas Silk) is about 5 feet high, sullen appearance, Blender built, light hair, fsôid Jn BisSeiglita^nth (18) year. ; . THOMAS RICH ARDS, . . Windsor-street, Richmond. To be Let THE Shop and Store, George-street, Windsor, at present in the occupation of Mr. E. C. Pendergast, saddler. Also tile cottage, next dour to Mrs. Pendergast, Baker street, Windsor. Apply to JOHN TEBBUTT, The Peninsula, Windsor. Found. NEAR the Parsonage Windsor, a RAIL WAY EUG. Owner cnn obtain the ,s:ime hy applying nt Orticoof this Paper, and paying cost of advortisiinent; F. W. STRETTON. Dalgett-r's Grant, ad-oining ; EobertB* Swamp. Kurrajong. TO LET on Long Lease and favourable termB, 310 acres of land, well adapted either for Vineyard or Orangery. Apply to, JACOBS MARKS, Sydney Exchange, ABSTRACT of the REVENUE and EXPENDI TUR...

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta...Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Hiclimhnd ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, nt 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Pitt Tjwn...Monday, 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, ¿.IS p.m.; Thursday, S p.m. ¡ Friday, Satur, day, 3.15 p.m. Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wodncsday, 3.¡5 p.m.; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Kivorstuuo...Mouday, Tuesday, Wednesdoy, Thurs day, Friday, Suturday, nt 11.30 a.m. Mulgrave.Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs tiny, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Depart lor Byduey...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at O.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta."Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs, day, Friday, Saturday, at C.30 a.m. and 3.30 B...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Eailway Time Table Leave SYDNEY for Riverstone "j Jlulffrnve 9.0 A.v.; 5.50 P.M. Saturday add., Windsor j- 1.45 r.H. Suuday, 12.16 A.M. (All Clarendon I set down at Clarendon.) Richmond J Lcavo for SYDNEY irom Richmond...7.15 AM.; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., fi.40 r.ti. (Sett down or picks np at Claren- j don.) I Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.6 r.M. Saturday add., C.52 r.M. Mulgrave...7.37 A.M. j 4.1G P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 r.M. Riverstone...7.52 A.M.; 4.31P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Mack-town...8.20 A.M.; 4.59 P.M. Saturday edd., 7.58 r.M.

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