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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 March 1882
Mire. Cum grano taits. David Buchanan, Esquire, barrister-at-law, with all his faults hus tho courage of his opinions, and in (his respect, sets a sp endid example io smaller men. David has lately uttered grand words in the midst of the camp of his enemies, for they-the free selectors of Mudgee-can hardly be con sidered his friends. In his blunt way, Davie uttered eome wholesome trutb.6, for which, probably, he''s as good as damned, as was an abler man-poor Walter Cooper-who also happened to say what he believed to be true, just as Mr. Buchanan haß done. The latter gentleman is more robust than Walter was, and having a thicker bide may live longer. Less honest men than «ither the dead or the living truth-tellits, would have contented themselves with saying what they thought of their constituents in select circles in Sydney, while they'd say to their faces just what they did not think of them, and so have lived to he lêtéd »nd respected, even th nigh, they weto living lies. Such is l...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrivo from- j Sydney.. Momhry, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,' h'ridar, Saturday, ut 1L30 a.m. arid 7.30 ji.rn'. Parramnttfl...i!&lt;Miil.iy. Tuesday, Wednesday,Thurs-', ilny, Friday, Saturday, at 11.3U a.m. and |7.3Ö p.m. JUchuumd...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday^Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 8 a.lu, and 4 p.mi. Pitt Town...Monday,p.m. ¡ Tuesday, Woduespny, .¡.15p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m;; Friday,' Satur, day, ¡I.Iii p in, ; Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m. ; Tuesday, 1 p.m. Wednesday, ¡1.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3. J ii p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, (Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. !V Ulverstone..Monday, TuoBday, Wednesday, Thorak day, Friday, Saturday, at 11,80 a.m. ' 2 Mol&lt;»ravo ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thur... day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.80 p.m. ? '? Depart lor- ; '",&lt; Sydney...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at ti.80 a.m. lind 3.30 p.m. > Par...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Eailwày"JÇime Table Leave SYDNEY fur-- .'; ' " lîi'.-rrsiono "1 Mulgrave 9.0 A.v.¡ 5.20 r.ll. Saturday add., Windsor Vl.45l\W. Suudny, 12.13 A.M. (All Clarendon j set down at Clarendon.) Uiehmond J Leave for SYDNEY' from ]Uohmond...7.1!> A.M.; 3.54 r.M. Saturday adf., 0.40 v.M. (8ets dotvu or picks up at Claren don.) "Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.0 r.M. Saturday ndd., C.52 r.M. Mulgrave...7.37 A.M.; 4.10 r.a. Saturday add., 7.4 r.M. Hivcrstoue...7.52 A.M. ; 4.31 T.K. Saturday add., 7.20 I'.M. Elacklu»vn...8.20 A.M.; 4.59 r.ji. Saturday ndd., 7.58 r.M.
Religious Notices. ST MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) 3RD SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Religious Notices. BT MATTHEW'S (CIIDRCU OF ENGLAND.) ar,nPtT>TAY IX T.EN T. WlXDSOR. îiiorning Service, ll jun. livening Service, 7.30 jun. ^ Uer, F. TV. STBKITOI». CLYDESDALE. 3 run. St. John, Colo, ll a.m. Mr. A, Martin, Wiseman's Ferry, ll a.m. ?) .y, 3 p.m. )
ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY, MARCH 1[?] 3rd Sunday in [?]nt. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
BT. MATTOEWS, BOMAN CATHOLIC CnüßCH £&lt;;NI>A.V, iUncH IS. Uni Sunday ¡a J ,ipat. WINDSOR-Mar. T.M a.m., an-.l 7 p.m. Kurrajong, li a.m. , , , ; ; v BEWS. S. A. SHEEftV. ' '
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1882. (Before Mr. W. H. H. B[?]ke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
; Windsor Police Court- j ' TUESDAY, 7TII JIAIICIT. !Ss2. . (Before Mr. \V. ii. II. JJccke, J.P.) polín Gordon was charged with vagrancy. ' This is tbe young man for whom a collection was made in the Court fl fsjiort tÜnsTago, jim order1toTorwnrdbim to Wfnemls « Bathurst.' TliTec months hard labour in Windsor gaol. Smith Simpson, for using obsecpç language nt Colo races, pn tlié lïtlv Febtdiry last* was tiuid 2s. 6d., áhíl Ss. Od., costs of Court, br 7 days. iiame person wa? also fined 2s. Gd., for being drunk and disorderly at the sams time andj place, and 2s. Gd,, costs of court, or 24 hours, Fines paid. Ernest Marlin for making ute of obscene language, on the Richmond Road, oil tho 22nA February, was fined 5s. 5s.'6d., costs, or 48 hours. Same person for being drunk and disorderly at sajne time and place w;u further fined 2s. Gd and 2s. Gd., costs, or 24 hours. Finea paid. Edward Mitchell for indulging too freely at Colo races, and being disorderly was fined 2s. Gd., and 2s. Cd.,...
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
offcíver Craft' at itebt Wharf,' \ , :*iy «^m wià11ifiàeÂ*rfe livrer Hi*1teîb\n7, wÜfa í>«to^ eg^ail peaches, (Wybury). V - * - * Atina ÍTOja tit. Albans, with «oite, fruit, poultry ; &o, (Jurd). », ? ...4 . ? - i- ' Ac^./Viínáfrora fte Macdonald »rilhraaieefrult and poultry, CG- Butler). Sarah ¡fane from Colo, -with -melons, jnaito, ponl ^ try,an&lt;I fruitj.ílíalee), . . - ' ifivwi /noni ípjt'and Head, with, melons, and -sundaes, (ßvWnißUiao), *
Sydney Markets. A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, March 8th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Sydney Markets. K ?'? ?- í A- H. PRINCE & CO., .Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. ' Wednesday, Haren 8th, 1882. n^r.-jíBRt óklen; Wi«. - ... ... Cs. Od.toOsipii j Cs. Od. to«ß.T)d I ... 6s&lt;3d to,'68.,-fel| . -CiCfl&.toOjKjdJ is.ßd.t©S.*d! lis. «d. .to Gs.3d] OATES »KD "WIUATEN-bundles tniKses. .,r. ?.. ,.. Médium ..." ... Inte* - üatemmd wheaten bales fis. Od. to y*.,T?d| IiUCEllSB.-Mest TFindsor trusses Cs. Od. to 6s Sd ., .Srçaw «*nfl .. i ... ... 3s.3d.:to 3s. (id jSfBlW.-Bundys.,'. ; , ". ... Ss. 60. to Ss. 3.1 - . -Cbatt íl'rimeOats) ... «s. Od. to Cs. «d OATS^-Host feed ... . Ss. Od. to 8s. 3d itpdiunjfand. Interior ... 8s. (M. to 4s. Sd Seed... :.ï ' ... 3s.3d. to 8«. 4d WtE*T.~lie«t;«amiftM ,. Bs. 7d. to fls.lOda ÏU'BI.KÏ.-Cnpe. ... 4s. Od. to js. Cd | lliíAK JJÎO tVH.LATm.-Tlrau Is. «¡1. to &lt;)s. Pollard ."; . ls. fid. lo Os. Od. ÎÎAï?.E (sound)-fina at ... ia. lld. to f¡s. Od Inferior _ ... is. 3d. to is. §4 POTATOES.-\Vnmamlinole ... 3s Cd....
Windsor Markets. Windsor, Friday, 3rd March, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Wiimlsor Markets , ; i - /AVMsor, Friday, 3rd Mareil, 1882. -Ibice i ... ... .. ó. nd. to 08.01. -. h'jrjre ' ... ... ls. 3d. to Os. Od. Batter ... . Os. lld. to ls.Od. 'Fowls :,. ... Ss. ld. to Os. Od. Melons ... ?. ; 4s. 0¡1. to OsMld:'" , Pumpkins (prime) ' ... Gs. Cd toOs. od. ? . Peaches ... .;. ... 2fl.fld.to0s. Od,s ' Ducks. ... SsOd tongul .
THE [?]bury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
S; AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH U, 1$S2. RiciiMOKOjiasJior hands full just now. Sho is young as a municipal'ty, . yet she wanta:!*) strike out in several directions at once. .This. Ss,', tiatiirali enough)-ul! yoiñigsters tiry tó;ío4ajeVhen they feel that they have legs. In many respects Richmond is miks ahead of' lier older sister, ; Windsor ; and wc ' shouldn't ! he at all surprised if she gets ahead .nlto.jjether^nnt that tye believe lier councillors ore belter men thin those of tho ! sister Wwii, but they certainly have moro ambition, arid seem inclined to make a greater splash on thc surface iu their struggles to keep atop. Just pow, tliey «ant n great deal; they want wotor to drink, ami they want water to throw over the tops ot' their houses should they, perchance, critch fire ; und they liava neither. Under those circumstance.! it is iltöp-io that the leading magnatis of the town will see their- wity clc.ir to oalcsco witli Windsor in '.ciHlcavRUtiug to get the supp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
Vr':f'f'§ ..ïitiaflt %è ./j*. ^ -ftó ii .*' -eirá ;|tf;¿1 :,,.f rv'j nr Í.-.91T , Him X^dj ,-inf' iii* ínul'.r .'lIU«li.'&lt;ï J« . ,UWí)\TÍ!4.'í ~v,-i>.¡V ^ .'? 3i 'vil* i tioidiri// li)'«».?.il í!¡.-««.? J'Jiè; Annika G tiie most drdMoùs rextraoU have been _ Ito thi» dite, «nd tte xnanufactnr ¡ected by bli La4y.J¿)bin»on to return you br your kind cresent »oi,JÙcH LustralUu Relish; aHdaI*WBT further direqttd to say that the; consider it mos'. e*>Kttft9«Wiéy.? inteno'/to ¿ttit'regúuirly it'j Govemtneat House,, end fo i jnwjemmeod it to others." i "" , ' i ' . , , , : P»9Mt.-S; MÖ^T, ESCl. " I like1 youl Australis*- Relish much, for whnetjt^««nthi.ipur to tbe'ûppetitfl, a -does notaphWr'tohave anything in it likely to do barm to the stomach." FBOM A w-ELt-KNOVWoC&BB&yWaK!; IN SYDNEY. ' "I think I am acquainted with all sauces, but your A net relian Relish is,'in my juígmeirt, the very beat yet.er^uoed, wd,M-quite.dis tinctive in character, \ i;.!;. F¿OM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 March 1882
ftT GO TO FULLER & CO. T FOR Cobbett's Bats, Cone Clapshaws's Rats, Cane Duke's Cricket Dalis Stumps, etc. Stationery Books of all kinds Faney Goods, i Toys Scrap Albums Photo Albums . Work Röxes Writing Desks Novels by all Authors New Annuals Birthday Cards Scraps Vases Bracket«, &c. Dalgetys Grant, adjoining Roberts' Swamp. Kurrajong. rLET on Long Lease and favourable terms, 3l0 acres of land, well adapted either for Vineyard or Orangery. Apply to, JACOBS MARKS, Sydney Exchange. A LIGHT SINGl.TÎ BUGGY, in goon il, ' -condition, with Lamps, ami Bet of .Singlo Hernes*. &c.^-»ll ootnplete-£Ä5, : Apply to Rev.'H. Mack,'Windsor, Wanted, AGOOD GENERAL BEBVAKT (to ' proceed up country) ; also a Young Girl, about li years of age, to attend to «hildten. Reference requirió, Apply et once to Mrs. J, W. Duff, Clear Oaks, Richmond,, To Boad Contractors. TENDERS are invited f.r forming and Top Dressing frith Tan Bark, about Thirty Rods of the Hawkesbury Racecourse, for a...