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Testing Egg[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

JSggs, Trfiefctar to be used in - palmary pr& Jpjwffl^utiw^re^rationsj sjioiild'be. free&x) 'To deternyno this WAG. should £xa?»inefL by, the-light of a lamp. ... £j$s(i.Megjga;9?$. easily known by -fligr transparencyJJRHESP; iheld up .to tho light* JBy keeping, they bis^ ;come qLoudy, aud w^ep. decidedly Bteje[ a difirl tinct, oloud-^e . appearftiioe ,ia-idia-,: cernible opposito."; epraoi portion ofpvihe/-sUeij.r [ A little mstmmebt is aold as. an '©f^-tesjer,* ;Tt donsififcs of a WaU square box jat the top to s^eiye^e.-eggj-and anotiier at jone! Mde to look into. : J3y an firrttiagemjent of' Iminora rw'itliiii, 41xq state of t^,,.pgg1l8 spin htflien a strong Xigij|M threfljpji uppnitj-spjasv ,i to ba iresJi t^i^agers^j^-in the m^Toriafti^o^t;; jtratisparent,'touXg if re<^ ft is joiaTie (gjf^.; {dark. *,>?:/:--??. -. ?.-;.! v-j?;.'.i.f ' . In £4*rk,' cdlw^iotiao^i^B of ftejnapjcicete in ^PmV, devoted to tfts e^Te^ ^*SFip®&s» duce, by the light...

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FARM & GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

£ARM & GAF^EtC^ ; ,.' . >v -o *» _ One part coarse Bait, pi limef arid Wo, of good Wood ^dipp-.rtuafei? ^b'soagW. '.far' ; ; gainer makes one' of the very, best .ibis- -1 1 ttir6& to apply * around" fmt' trees in ,'thb; orchard, . - ' V". r ; , _ One of tho best ^-tilizer/a for borne plants is lalnd plaster... ' ^ppbilcle 'icarojEiilly arouiid, ; th? etem and then^wprk. in carefuUy around, ; : the toots. CfefaTuimS Aild iuichsias are? ; espec&llyhebefitt^d hya\iap'ph<&tion^ . ' ? Those who are prepared .to plant. " shafLe . i.tfees should givetheir pJteution.'toiho^up.- » ibrella. It 4s 'the' M»3s6in,e8tQiwauwitaL ; tshade tree that .bbixld^ bo planted ^dJs/^ell- : ismted tb'this lobaii^y^ & iityJe tare ip" ' :cdn bis wisa ^pia. : {grower, ilftr liiftl>S*irtochiag Jifce ,aji Simi; head , a dense shadb." Thia t£ee was.iufcp ducpd a few; j-oarS ago ia:'mahy places in the. Sen tasguin Valley,'. akd' feera iajre many; javenues of ...

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

|0p|lJLAR SCIENCE. Some crai§ has computed that that it re quires just double, power to propel a steam sMptwenty miles than hour an it does to : drive the same vessel sixteen miles an i hotff."1r : . "JAkingenious inventor has devised anew soriw-~haif nail and half screw; two blows of Shammer, two turns of the screw driver, and 1 > Its holding* power in white pine is said' to be three hundred and thirty-two : pbunds, against two handreS and ninety* eight pounds* the holding power of the pre [sent eereWi . - [ . The smallest steam-engine ever made has f jtajfc heeij completed, after two years labor, [ fbrihe 3?aris*E:shibitianl It is composed of [one hundred and-eighty pieces of metal, is a ! flfihde unflertjiree-fifths of one inch in height, Uh4 weighs less than one-ninth of an ounce. (Vrtittih-rtiiiker made it. | A W0NDEKW7L EIFLE. I ~ ^cording to all accounts the new |* Lebe jrifle' iS a wotidrous weapon, and is destined | to do -terribife things in the hands of Fjsnch jf*fldie...

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

?? PERSONAy^liS. ""' ll ?' "*? V _ . - . .<,. , -<rjm^T^rs i-1 -i. ->? . John jBivgiit; to memory. Ho merely iafikeSiijp tes $g£ tarafe the words tp' cojhe, whe^$pealq^g^ri jQoga^ioi* ally lie in variably lus'^iwlud^n^ ^:^atences; Mr. Grladetgne 8eHoi!arr&r8-«ygiiirtp-a aninovGr pt^^es^'^^^^^i^o,. ; «..i:, t) uritig ihe-iast half of the eighteenth cen tury the goyenimeats of the. d&y frequently " 'ana.' corrupting rtfembers ^'^a^lijim^h^; ,&rui _t|iis .was the«ase duiitig1 tt(6 ^bsH^wfher^ni^ Bill, ^liea^e^]^8Sii^^lfea*T3y^oi,'^i^ its majorities steadily decreasing. 4liis,^it the jtrfcasuryj John Bol)inK>ayi^d\ffieS^iith places aadmoney.t^ «fltsyWvfche imiiistBti'ai policy. Que ev^iu3»s',^mdan)''6peHking'6i t&e grease, p)t?ao£Jrolfcijiran£ dered; at, Mjtv Speaker, .wHen^y auoSffiito' employed to -corrupt 'everybody '? '66' . ijbfcaiB: votes./ 'Whois it.P-Nflitfe.Mtaor^tahdtajvJ'' rose -fiercely from. ^U,, 3a&ds.v- o...

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

JLqAdon," the vexed, and' iiglxi-^ing^was 4^ <p^yw Ararat® deiiptnieat. The atien- ? j^ip,>ex IVis especially.large.. that] they apparently J^inlga j^me paper.wouB;condeina the 0" however,, ^agr^iibiy |g£t£.s; "Boy, .ptoxQsso^'pjE CayajMadge, and Mr,,<\ iGt. ' " -of pathology, f3 "j*.* ^ ^i» r*" ."* .' . »7/ «wi*Uu, '' V, 1 "bleSsea ;&££ead ..of- bq^afi^. these. ^xpeviraeBis, ftn^liad found^tiiat. .;ot t|ie biopd .atsiyejl:; uselosslyin. [ jralj Jul t^spa^'- ins,tijiotiyely: eaaploy' co^pre^n, TS-eaic-V p^toa^dg' oc |>elfcs, or the more elaborate iucr^sed.^tivity., No Eioa' has 'sometimes led to? the dis txptjoa of th^fefflale'fijgai'e by means of stays lw^H6tli£ee3!' 'too ^^^'vi6d^';d(^8§t,»: *-fi3®l8j0®rtii'6' iyaJst,_ and compressing th$ : 8ftf itiua. 'b^^'^^titates ar cbnvenioJit . of 'tiie different fonns of gitdls . Ijnjr-tiie womfcii 1 frpta xho irain&test timeis? HGHf?coittrVo'j^ durihgj yiee]J Iffi^ara Vqcfc 1 iSti ^ ^ietuotf, jio...

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The General Outline of Costumes. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

The.Cteneral Outline of Goetumes. Not only is tWgeiiSral outline of odsttafcjjes ^dfijcerSffirts fttrtn what a'fewmbtrtlis but;in "th« Watter of/detaila there is qiijltea^igrettt-fc change. Ia'Blteves/ Jor iii «aara&, tliisre is-GtitUeSs variety permissible at miW^ Ttf&roa^few peifctwfe iafljately taVb' Ha&-the#0?ur%e'to deviate ffom thestraight Htf&sofocfikt^filefevei ' Only a few; till.re fieiitly, tftcf oma/acipated themselves from the' ?fetfdinaryfeodifce, vraifch, when well niade, de fiittfed tee" figure -Sritii suoh exactitude. But now, there are draperies from the right shoulder, or from both shoulderato' the waist, andC4»J8^^ fclyf-new-bodices have pleats down the back. There is- more'cli&ractar iH" j^J^rm^rf:"tiis'jAEEVEBiiban iB usually- real ized by t^ose?who-woaPHthopi; -trad >the great art of tb^feifiesojUlilr, iajiUB inatteiyiiea in suiting the etoevoa not jnly to the rest of the drqss bjit to .the particular style of the wear...

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The Love-Letters of Some Famous People. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

ka Love-Letters of Some Famous People. ilary "Woolfsteucrofc wrote some pathetic J lotieis. The Duke oi Marlborough. j uto jn;tny lovo letters to his wife. Twenty ii\ i: yours after the weclding, he writes from tlte .il;:.p.-ue-' I am so entirely yours that if I misfit liave all the world given mo I oould ii'>r, bo happy, but in your love.' TheDuke, ho wevrjr, had the advantage of being sepa rated from his wife a great deal, and absence, (is \ro know, always makes the heart grow fonder. Lord Peterborough wrote extrava gant and ardent IOVH letters at the age of 65 to a married woman of 40, who was also the mi stress of his kiPg. David Hume's love jft :,ers aro not very fervent; in the last he announces his approaching death by 'a d-uriirca or disorder in the bowels which has b;?-n gradually undermining me these two ye.trs.' Johnson's love letters are charac i 5i'i.';i;ic. ' To make a letter without affection, wiihont wisdom, without gaiety, without vcwo, and without a 83eret is do...

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ART & LITERATURE [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

?-r ; ? . r ? ? .* "> ?-tp. ,^ .' s Three tErglis}iraen"'!iave> how statues in' France-Lord Brongftnm -at Cannes, Jcnner ^;^al^npriiu:-JM!^ -(uad' Shakeepeare in jPsflW.'.-,- '\ .. t c.;j^aps CSiiietiaii Andersen,' whom Dickens jjjy& flgpf. in a drawing-rooia ia London, took tond, plaoed it under his waistcoat, and 3?rf8?E*l i.t.JULUQii his heart.,.' A horrible idea mind,' said Dickens, ' suppose jt fi~PY0rg.$i it.hack, Ho. asked his fellow novShst out to Gad's llill, and he camo promptly and stayedLa good while. He was v^ry^bsent, and sentimental, and emotional ii£^ 'toflhri&, Vould burst into tears on no apparent pretext and lurry away to his room, And'Withall his merits and good qualities iiyas n burdensome guest. A few days after ^lis he rang the bell and asked to see .rIi.QieIdeefc.son. The eldest son was away, but iDickejys came to see what was wanted, and it jtyxned out that the guest,panted the eldest tB<?D.-tp fahave him, that being ths cust...

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

yon only knew aud properly understood the duties which tlic blood lias to perform, und the iili-oiute uoce-isity /or it to have a definite chemical composi tion, und knew tliar tlie -npplyof miiimvil constituents from AuoIiu'i'J-ii food is totally iuiuliHjiMte t« keep lIib t>loo<l suMi'-u'iKly strong iu oxidizing power, ou which process iiealth rti-pi-nd-i, would know that it i* imperatively necessary to supply the blood with its essential mineral elements for the formation ot healthy tissue, muscle, bone, Ac., which uufurtutiiitc/y are Hat obtainable from the natural food m these colonies. To supplv these elements CLEMENTS' TONIC is offered aud is tlm RATIONAL RESTORATIVE prepared iu Australia. It positively cures all diseases *risiug from poorness of blood of debility, such as Neuralgia, Nervousness, Weakness, Languor. Tooth ache, Loss of Appetite, Vifsor ami Energy. which a'e only symptoms ul a debilitated system. It supplies the vital streum with the chemical food ...

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

Xinas PRESENTS and NEW YEAR GIFTS. A. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LIST, POST FREE, and compare iny English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. (worth £5) English Lover, jewelled, fall plate, three years' guarantee. £l ios. (worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £4 (worth £H) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. £4 ros (worth £g) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (worth £\o) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £6 (worth £12) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, live years' guaran tee ...

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TALES. The Architect's Wife. A Spanish Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 12 January 1889

TALES. The Architect's Wife. A Spanish Tale. If it were lawful to add to the eight Beati tudes given in the catechism, I would add the following : ' Blessed are they that marry a sensible woman, for theirs shall be domestic felicity.' And if it were lawful to illustrate the Beatitudes with historical notes,; I would append to the aforesaid ninth the following explanation: In the middle of the fourteenth century the Bastard, Don Enrique de Trastamara, was besieging Toledo, which offered a brave and tenacious defence, being loyal to that Tring called by some 'TheJust,' arid by others * The Cruel.' Many a time and oft had the faithful and oourageous Toledanos crossed the magnificent bridge of San Martin, one of the handsomest and most useful architectural treasures of that monumental city, and, hurling themselves upon the campof Don En rique, established in the Cigarrales, they had treought bloody havoc amid the besieging host. To prevent the repetition of such sallies Don Enrique dete...

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THE DANGERFIELDS. (A CHRISTMAS STORY.) CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

THE DANGEUFIELDS.! (A CHRISTMAS STORY.) [WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR W. AN1) n. GAZETTK, KY U. O. I).] HAPTER Mr. Jones was delighted with his cousin. He took her to all the the.il res and morning concerts, and how the girl, who had spent her young days in that dreariest of all occupations, teaching, enjoyed herself. But she half feared her cousin ; something in him prompted her to preserve a sort of distant manner towards him. When he asked her how she became acquainted with Tom Danger field, a bright smile was his only answer, but afterwards she told him of their intimacy down in Barnton, and if Mr. Jones was attentive, he might have per ceived a vivid Mush overspread her face when jshe gave him the information. Still he could not understand how Dangerficld knew of her proposed arrival in London, The matter is easily ex plained: Martha had a letter from her sister saying that Miss Moorcombe was going to reside in London, and that she would leave Barnton on a certain day. Tom Dangerficld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Br. Hozier WILL be obliged if all outstanding Accounts be PAID in AT ONCE as he will be leaving Windsor shortly, xi January, 1889. NORTH WARD. TO the Ratepayers of North Ward,-In com pliance with your request asking me to allow myself to be nominated tor the election of Alderman for the above Ward, I have the honor to inform you thai I have consented to place myself at your servioe, and announce myself a CANDIDATE for theal>ove I remain, Yours truly, RICHAED W. DUNSTAN, Macquarie-streel, Windsor NOTICE. In order that the GAZETTI-: 'may be a purely local paper, the proprietor requests that items of general interest be furnished at a:» i^arly a period after their occurrence as possible. News from 1 jwnships in the district where correspondents have not already been appointed, will find ready insertion. AGENTS REQUIRED EVERYWHERE. Ail correspondence to be sent 4irect to the EDITOR, GAZETTE Office, Gjsewge u Windsor. QMAT?,T CANVASSER for ihe Windsor AND kj RICHMOND GAZKTTE. Goad ter...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

WINOSOR MARKET RATE. -Quotations. Maize. 3s 3d to 3 6d Oats .. 4s Barley .. 3s Lucerne .. 3s Gd to 4s 6d Hay .. .. £6 Straw .. £4 Chaff .. .. 7s to 8s Potatoes .. £10 Butter .. 9d to rod Eggs .. .. is Fowls .. 3^3 Gd to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 4s l'ork .. .. 3^ to to 4^d Sucking l'igs .. 4s 6d to 5s according to quality.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

CRICKET. Richmond v. Emu Plains.-These clubs met on the Richmond Park on Saturday last, the result being a big victory for the local team. The scores were as follows. Emu Plains:-first innings-Jude 11, W. Dean 8, Wood 8, 15. Evans 5, A. Evans 2, York 3, II. Evans 2, Walker o. C. Evans 5, P. Evans 3, Rodda 6, Byes 9, Total 62 ; second innings Jnde 14, Dean 14, Wood 12, E. Evans o, A. Evans o, York 3. H. Evans 8, Walker 2, C. Evans C, P. Evans 4, Rodda 4, Byes 9, Total 76; grand total 169. Richmond Club: j. Cobcioft 34, Devlin, 4. Tiernev 9, ijuttsworth 1, AntiJJ o, HeKsliain n, Klein 50, Daley 7, J. Mitchcll3 A Eather 2. Ruid not o'.it 6, Uyes 3, total 119. The match arranged for to-day between the Windsor C C and this Richmond team at Richmond has been " Cried off" by the former. Mr. Henry Wilson, J.P., and Coroner, was in town on Wednesday from the Ferry.

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DISTRICT NEWS. CLARENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

DISTRICT HEWS. CLARENDON. SCHOLASTIC.-The fact that there is no school at this little township and that the children of the residents have either to travel £o Windsor or Richmond to attend the schools at those places is well known. There are a large number of children in and around Clarendon who would attend a school if one were opened, and with the end in view of filling this want, Mrs. J. W. Huxley is largely interesting herself. That lady is now about to obtain the signatures of residents with a view of petitioning the Minister for Public Instruction to supply this largely felt want. It is to be hoped Mrs. Huxley will be successful in her attempt to do so much good. It is expecting a little too much to ask young children to travel to Windsor or Richmond on foot, and therevare no other means to overcome the journey

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Drought Teachings. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Drought Teachings. The late drought made searching inquisition into the weak piaces ot our district, and pointed out a lot. of tilings to thor*; who lir.ve c-jnis whei e-.vitli to learned &om this drought bavti ceasod under -wh ch ? indolent relinnce upon Providence wns n saf policy fur 1 hii agricullundic.i to pursue., I'm drought h iving lnude perfectly clear tint the ^Ms are immensely against those who do not pat their shoulders to the wheel in the way of earnest intelligent self-help. But it may be urged that the late drought was something quite abnormal-thai such a season .< (h last nine months has not been known for thirty-five years, and that consequent!)' an early recurrence of a similar trouble is most un likely. Those "who argue that way (if imbed their contention deserve to lie called argument) forget that the natural water supply which sufficed the district population of even a half-decade ago will not suffice for the district population of a very near...

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ILLICIT GEMS. Some Curiosities of the South African Traffic in Stolen Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

ILLICIT GEMS. Some Curiosities of the South African Traffic in Stolen Diamonds. Dr. Matthews, an English practitioner who spent many years in the diamond-fields of Africa, lxaa just published in England a book on the subject. An interesting part of his book is that which deals with the develop ment of the great diamond-digging industry, and the schemes and artifices of that rascally fraternity, the I. D. B., or illicit diamond buyers. There is a saying that five years in South Africa is sufficient to corrupt the most immaculate, and that a man who has lived there for seven should not be believed upon his oath. Dr. Matthew's revelations certainly give colour to the saying. According to his account, the larger part of the community of Kimberley is mixed up in this nefarious traffic. The temptation of obtaining dia monds at a fraction of their value Beems to be altogether too much for human nature, and is indulged even by persons in official posi tions, and, to all appearance, of the s...

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NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

NELSON. Things in general have been rather tough of late, owing to the dry weather. But now one is inclined to think the scene has changed ; the late drought gave to the district a very dreary aspect until the new year, after which the tide turned, giving a bright and glorious prospect for the future. No man could visit the Nelson district at the present time without being struck with its natural richness (with the exception of mountainous or rocky parts), the fertility of its soil, the rapidity of the growth of crops under favourable circum stances, and the extraordinary opportunities of which the whole ol the fruit-growers are in possession. Every foot of rockless land in the district is capable of rewarding the husbandman who cultivates it, and a glance across the vast stretch of country before us is fraught with pleasure. Selections ard orchards at present are increasing with rapidity to keep pace with the times. Various parts of the Nelson were nume rously visited during the pa...

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Riverstone. I am sorry to have to report that Mr. and Mrs. Saundercock have both been ilj for some con siderable time, but are, happily, now recovering. Mr. Saundercock has been the life and soul of the Riverstone Relief Society ever since its organiza ation, and he has spared neither time, trouble, or expense to make it a successful institution and to extend its sphere of usefulness. Time after time the officers connected with it have offered to vote a small sum of money to Mr. Saundercock, in recognition of his valuable services, but he refused to accept it. Since his own and his wife's illness, however, Mr. Saundercock has boen the recipient of £5, voted by the society to him, and this time they would not hear of that gentleman refusing it. It is agreed here that Mr. Saundercock is deserv ing of a vote of five times this amount, and it shows the high appreciation in which he is held when his co-workers will come forward and unani mously recognise his services. This town has been ...

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