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OPEN COLUMN. EARLY CLOSING. (To the Editon of the Haw[?]bury [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

SACIA' CLOSING. ~ -¿j , Bl^Whyowkj)^ «mari» bear%«ntoy4^^ lmay«ay,|flp»sh#,<fc^ ótáipjtbwpom^rar^ SwiyPio3ug'Asaoaíwton:^ violeaüyíorim)ortfirii^ »tips. SPÍOBM, àv^my^hs^i^t^iïfmmi town), i w»y ^v«1^roui«yTtó^|te^^^ Since my return, bpweyor, I read a iaHir^HJ the iliKtntZion, which very- mach .«tfeètt''^'|K| tworfiasui»-Srsôy.bonsusethû «TJfccrenáwpiu^Sfc to identify one of the promoters \tt:ßm-y^pjjM with myself, Kotr, Slr, this is .ah nnpardoqahJS breach of etiquette ; bc can have no authority, ever, for itia [rarely guess-work, ana may inj arl: innocent men. Who he means I caimp^ prateun^ to-eay, aa Ido'not know who "were present at te ince tiug referred to ; but iUie I can say, thot I am1 not a inoinberof tho E. C. A., nor have I attJmlef any of their meetings. Secondly, hecause mri meaning has been distorted, tho writer, with* several other gentlemen (if I am correctly 4nj formed) having taken to themselves that which wa« certainly not meant for £A«m, 1 stated my bel...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Religious Notices. ST MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) 2ND SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Religious Notices. I BT MATTHEWS (CHÜBCH OF ENGLAND.) 2ND SUKDAV ts LENT. Wisnson. ¡ Holy Ciimmunion, 8 a.m. I "and ll a.m. > Morning Service, ll n.m. 1 REV. F. V?. STBÏTTOM. Kvening Service, 7.30 p.m, J Ciiililifii's Service, at thal Selio"l IIousc, 8 p.m. > CLVDESDALI:. 3 p.m. J Mr. A, Martin,

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY, 1882. (Before Messrs, W. Dargin, & R. Dick, Js. P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

TuEoDAV, 28m. FfiBBCAEy, 1888. (Before Mesirs. W. Pargin, & E. Diek, J«.r\) <r-'-::°' ' ' '''''-ACBMWr, ' ' Emily Gunn, who had hero arrei\eU <>n a warrant for assaulting her husband Alexander Gunn, was brought np to be dealt Iwlth by their worships, who thought 'lt batter that the domestic jar should bo settled amicably, and suggested to Emily that she had better give a promise not to assault Alexander again. That gentleman was .also appealed tfe^by the Bench to " try her again ;" upon his assent ing, the Bench cautioned the defendant that if she appeared before them again, they would fine her heavily, and then gave her Jeave to [ vamose. Thomas Cross was charged with being a vagrant, having no visible means of support. Constable Grace, in evidence, stated that be had known defendant for the last eighteen Jears, and during that time he had known bim to De a rugue, u iiiiof, «."d «. rheat; and for the last five or six years ibetbad, to owiu. ness' kn...

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ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 5TH. 2nd Sunday in Lent. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

« BT. MATTHEWS, BOMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. SUNDAY, Minen ¡>TH. .'.J;. 2mi Sunflayin Lent TyivnsoR- Mar. fi, 7.30 a.m., Rev. 8. J. A. Sheehy. ^ '_ Richmond, il a.m. . , r REV. S. J. A. SHEErfY.

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Richmond Borough Council. FEBRUARY 22ND, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Richmond Borough Council. FEBBDABV 22ND, 1882. Present the Mayor, and Aldermen Cobcroft. Turner, Price, Onus senr., Pitt,- Jockel, and Kelly. .." ' ? Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Arr UNIMENT op , COMMITTEES.-The fol lowing appointments were made. Works: Tho Mayor, Aldermen Onus senr., and Price, Finance: Ihe Mayor, and Aldermen Onus senr., and Turner. By-laws: Aldermen JCris ford, Cobcroft, «nd Jockel. Park è The Mayor, nnd Aldermen Pitt, and Jockel. The Council Clerk, was appointed Treasurer, and Ai I. Oi:Us senr., to sign cheques in conjunc tion wiüi the Mayor, and Treasurer. CORRESPONDE VCË. From the Mayor, of Wallsend re schoo1 fees. lt was propnsed by Aid. Cobcroft, and seconded by Aid. Turner "That the Council tmito with tbe Municipal Council of Wallsend, nn:! petitjDn government to do away with the charges levied on scholars of tho fifth cliss attending Public Schools, as it is contrary tn the spirit of the Act." AW. Pitt, proposed ...nd Aid. Jockel, seconded "...

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

WESLEYAN METHODIST. Wuipsoa.-AI .ireh 5tb ll a.m. Ber. H. Hack. - KlCKMOHp.-3 p.m., Î p.m.. Hr. W. C. Gamhrill. KNftFLrt-11 a.m., ., Kl BR*JON<T-2.30 p.m., ,, \Yii,BSnr«Bcr..-3 p.m., Mr. 0. Tnrnball. 7 p.m., 31r. A. Sim|ison. litTTSWOETgjjSwAMP.-3 p.m., ., BET. H. MACK, Chairman of Chcuii.

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

Richmond, QmcUL "FtBf ^a Saturday last, Mr. Impectur-ixeucrut t psberry, accompanied by inspector ttyJaud, paid u visit to this town. The Court-house, and Pubce Quarters were inspected, and...Mi. Josberry, evinced great satistaction at the substauciul nature ot' the late improvements, and general trim, and or derly, appemauce ot' the eeiu, offices and sur roundings, Atter luncheon at the Royal, Hosr Reid, arove the visitors to Endfield were some property that was ottered for sale was, inspected as to the suitability of the site lor a Police ¡Station, which the r< fiuiettts of luat locality are agitating for. Jsoihmg definite however, is known as to Mr. luibeny's deoisiun. Returning to town, tire party paid a visit to Mr. Town, at Hobartville und thence to the 7 o'clock train tor Sydney -both gentlemen having expressed them selves highly phased wiçu the town, mid sur roundings, ut iiicliuioiiü. ACCJDÛWÏ.-A young man named William Ivedy, who is Working on the railway Jme, w...

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Windsor Wharf. : ? &o,<Jurd), : \ "." '? :?' ?Y, Jkttltrf Friend from the Macdonald, w th fruit and poulöyi-iOi Butler),,, ivoire*» from Colo, -with melony end poultry (Turoboll). ' Victoria bom Dolo, raclons, poultry.and sundries <WBH). ' .V ' Victory tromjColo, with italie, finit, melons and poultry, (Jone*). ? PtérU*» bom Colo, with raelons, (Kales). Jennie lee from Colo, with limber, fJ.Blundell). Queen from Portland Head, with melons, maize and sundries, (Kvortngluun), Oem from Colo, «ritt mim», fruit, «ad sundries, (McthQrcll).

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Sydney Markets. State of Sydney Markets Thursday, March 2nd, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Sydney Markets. State of Sydney Markets Thursday, March 2nd, 1862. HAY.-Best oaten, bdls.5s. fid. to 6s. lOd trusses . ös. öd. to 6s. Od bales .... 5s. 6d. to OB. )0d Wheaten (bundles) ... 4s.6d.toE.3d LCOEBNE.-Best Windsor trusses 5s. Od. to Os Od Straw chaff . 8a. 3d. to 8s. Od ßTBAW.-Bundles. 4s. Od. to 4s. ld Chaff (Prime Oats) ... 5s. id. to Os. Od OATS.-Best feed. Ss. 3d. to 3s. 4d Medium . 3s. Od. to 3s. ld Seed. Os.Od. to 3« Od WHEAT.-liest samples. 5s. 6d. ta Bs.8d BAULKY.-Cape... . 4a. 3d. to 4s. Od BBAJS AND POLIABD.-Brou ls. Od. to Os. Od I'olbrd . ls. Gd. to Os. Od HAIZE (sound)-Finn at ... 6s. lOd. to Os. 2d Inferior . 4s. 8d. to 4s. »d POTATOES.-VVarnamlwols ... 3s Od. to Os Od Pumpkins. 3s. 4d. to 8s. lOd

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Windsor Markets. Windsor, Friday, 3rd March, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Windsor Markets- | Windsor, Friday, S rd March, 1882, Sfsise . 4«. lld. to Os.Od. Eggs . ls. 3d. to Os. Od. Dutter . Os. lld. to ls. Od. Fowls . 2s. Od. to 2s. Sd. Melons . 2e. Od. to 6s. Od. Pumpkins (prime) . 6s. fid to Os. Od. 2s. Od. to Ss. Od.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

¿OCAL AND GENERAL. THE DRY WEATHER.-Day after div, the same hot sun sun, the same sweltering heat, and the same dusty fitreets present them selves to our gaze, and show us what a washing we all want. Water is getting very bad in the river ; and those who have tanks find them getting empty. An old resident on the river informs us that the water is very salt dow'i at Portland Head ; and that he remembers well that in '43 they had to como up to Cattai Creek for driitkinat water. At present, it bids f tir to bï that way again ; j tho outlook is a very poor one, and means j short commons for our bold yeomanry. THE rainfall recorded at Mr. Tebbutt's Ob servatory for the February just ended is0-75l inch. Tile average rainfall for February as deduced from twenty yejrs* observations is 4"538 inches. The smallest rainfall previously recorded was I "202 inch in 1877. From these comparisons the excess;ve dryness of the past month is at once apparent. ConiiECTioN.-We are informed that an inaccur...

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THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

Iftuïtekiirq Cjpiirle. AND FAKMEKS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH i, ISSU. THAT the Early Closing Movement should meet with opposition we are not at all sur prised. The movement is one directed against self-interest, and aims nt something beyond the mere science of making money and, with some degree of truth it may be said of those who have taken the matter in hand-not so much for themselves us for others : And wiser ho, whose sympathetic mind, Kzhalts in all the good of all mankind. This can hardly be said of those persons who appose the movement on the principle that twelve hours labour a «lay is helter for their employees than tho natural divisions of thc day-the three eights. Industry and atten tion lo business are both good tilings in their way ; but, as a rev. gentleman observed ¡it the meting the other night, " prosperity con sisted in many things besides money making." Goldsmith says : Industrious habits in each bosom reign, And Industry betels a love of gain. Uenoo all thu good...

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FARM AND GARDEN. OPERATIONS FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

TAUTS. AND GARDEN. OPERATIONS FOB THE MoNTH. THE FARM.-The continued dry weather hus kept everything back, and the usual plant ing must, in consequence, be delayed, although preparing the land can still he preserved in Land cannot be too well pulverized, nnd in stead of the unsightly clods ne sees on our tilled lands it would he far better to see our farm« ;m smooth as 8 garden. Cape barley may be o .vn for green f 'ed for cattle ; also oats and luceme ; and towards the end of Ute month, wheat. Gather maize (those who are luckey enough to. have any) nnd sorghum. KITCHEN GARDEN.-Quick growing vari eties of peas may he sown ; a full crop of cel ery may be planted, and tb>grnuud sliou'd be well manured. Cabbage, and other plants put out List month, will need considerable at tention tn prevent injury from blight, nud also from the heat-they should be covered willi loose bushes, and where convenient, well watered. Onions for winter use may be sown this month ; and the crop now ripe ta...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

roKGRECATiOSAI, CHURCH. Sabbath SerVSics ; ll a.m.. ? p.m. EvciiiiifJ Lerviec. Tliurwlay, 8 ¡i.ra. HEW ff. KATTHESON, SE».

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Fuller & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

fuller & Co. HAWKESBURY CHBOJîICLK AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE OFFICE, GKOBGE-STBKKT, WIND ROR, arc Agents for tho Cumberland Mercury and Protestan'. Standard.

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

Caleadftr.-March. ' ' T" ,,;0! ' i ? HiiMABKASfcic EVENTS. .Sun] Snnj sei«. I dhan 6H VTa 8 W 9 Th 10 Fri 11 Sat 2nd Sunday fiiyXent. Sydney Gazette pub. 1 BÖS] P. Philp. PAtf ÎQt pun. *38 J. Oeesarassas. B.C. 44 2nd MenriWar, j860 Australia rlisc'd. Itj06 Lucknow fall 165§ ib 5» IO Si 5 54)6 291 5 55 |5'$& |5.;56 5 571 5 57 6 88 |S 26 6 3* 6 S3 6 22

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

Fatrousefllif Mi *«eU«icy ihoCoTernorBod Th« fcudfe|éitr*9te have bw'teh?ot4fo>W] lettaw««gvëflTDi^ i er respectfully tobáis th» patroníge of-.the «enersi publie of the Australian colantes; ? FROM SIS EXCELLENCY TÜE . ' GOVERNOR " AND. LADY ROBINSON. "1 aa directed hy hts Excellency^-jlîie. Governor and Lalyi Robinson tb return you manv thanks . fur 'jw land present of six bottles ot tb« Australian, Relish ; and I an. further directed to say that they consider it mos1, excellent. They intend to usait regularly at Government House, nod to recommend it to other«." FROM T. S. MORT, ESQ. " I like your Australian Belita munh. for whilst it U a gentle sour to the appetite,: t does not appear to have anything in it likely ta do bann to the stomach.' FROM A WELL-KNOWN CLERGTMAN IN 8YDNEV " I think I am acquainted with all sauces, but your Australian llelish is, in ay judgment, the very heit yet produced, and M quite dis tinotive in character." FROM A RESIDENT OF BALMAIN.WELL. KNOWN TO TE...

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EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882

EAULY CLOSING ASSOCIATION* I (To Hie Editor of tlx Hawkesbury Chtyidckty, j SIB,-As Î have taken a somewhat prominent-prut in tlie Early Closing Movement, you will perhaps allow me to say a few words on its behalf. ?' ? ? 1 saw, for the fi rsi- time yesterday, o letter ia ' your issue of thc 4di ult,,, signed " Health,"/ and advocating this movement. This letter is so in temperate, not to say abusive, that iusteaa ot forwarding our undertaking, it has proved a Wost serious hindrance, and thc Association has reason lo say " save mo from my friends." But aj tho Association utterly repudiates the letter ia question it is to bo boped thateniployces will not allow (bein selves to be unduly influenced by it. ' ' j This letter was ausweredby Mr. Bostotf iji ihe Ansf rattan, and as might have boen cxpeetpd, he states his views with wmit«sjr^^-«ÍKlMwj^r<HMll' labours, however, under some delusions, with re. feienco to thc objects of the Association, and some of his arguments for l...

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

VtlJ) , A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted 0n Ubcr.il Principles. 'Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated1 freely throughout tho Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing OEee :-GEORGE STREET,' WINDSOR {Lato 8. ISAACS), ; AnvEimsçuuras received up to 4 o'clock p.ni. OD Fridays.' , -'? ÏBiMS OF SoBSCBirnON 1 ' Single Cony-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2B. 63. in advance... 2B. Per Half-year . " ... *s. 6d. » ... 4*. Per Annum " ... 9s. .J's Gd. Subscribers sames can be enrolled at any time. JW OJ* AnvBi ( Five line < Ton lines ( Fifteen Iii ßiaglo Insertions. TEEMS or AnvBitTisraro. Five lines or wider ... ls. CB or over S ,., ;>2s. Fifteen lines ,, 10 ... 3s. Twopence por line for every additional. AOVEBTISEtftNTS «AT BE IKSESTE» WEEKIY AT THE FOLUOWINO SITES FER QUABTBB. f One inch space ... £0 10 O Long Term. <Two " " ... 10 0 (.Knoll additional inch 0S0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cont, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisemen...

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

SPARES. ?Thc muffins who can't spell are at it again. W-iU tlicy undertake to correct a cony of the 'School of Arts Catalogue and send it nions ? The corrections I'll pat upon theirs will astonish, 'em. ' As ' for Mr. Self-esto-rmo, it strikes me his knowledge of any craft is very limited, except it bc of one Cal-; well, I won't rip up old sores, I am quite in fie dark, however, as to li's meaning of " one of ibe gang ;" it may b.-just as well to say at once that there's no one down this way connected with any gang-Black, Chain, Blood and T'tlndcr, Turc an' Duns, Municipal, or uny other secret organization. Syd. Smith calls railway freights, taxation. T tail tn Bee it in that light. As well call thirty bob to Mudgee by Cobb, taxation which, hy the bye, it is a pretty considerable one-to ones patience. That " anti shouting" racket looks mean at first sight, and unfriendly too ; bul on sound principles it ain't-not a jot. The conditions of shouting are very unequal and o.ie-sided, as ...

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