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HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. "V To CHOOSE AN OBANGE.-The very sweet est orange and richest is the black or rusty coated fruit. Pick out the dingiest oranges in the box and you will get the best. Another way to ohoose oranges is by weight. The heaviest ore the best because they have the thinnest skin and more weight of juiee. Thick-skin oranges are apt to be dry; they ! either weigh less because of having so much sldn, or because of .the poverty of the juice in these particular specimens. A slight freezing on the tree causes this condition in otherwise fine fruit, The (kid-glove' oranges are the two varieties of small fruit grown in Florida from stocks respectively brought from China and from Tangiers. They are called 'Man | darin' and ' Tangarine.' They may be eaten without soiling a kid glove, because the skin is loose, and the little ' gores' or pockets of [ juice come apart very cleanly and without I breaking. All the above applies to Florida oranges. The Jamaica and Havana oranges I...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MR. W. MITCHELL.-This gentleman is about to start operations in Windsor, by establishing a branch of his buggy -building business at the corner oi George a.nd Fitzgerald Streets. Mr. Mitchell is a bonnie good fellow, and the wishes of the Richmond folk are for his success in the branch establishment. RICHMOND LITERARY AND DEBATING CLUB. On next i-riday evening there will be given a con cert on rather a grand scale, under the auspices of this club. As the club is a very popular one, there is sure to be a large audience in attendance. THE RAILWAY TRAINS.-In my correspondence of last week I made mention that the trains run ning to here from Sydney were not running to ?time. A week has now elapsed, and yet the morning train comes in at the same time almost every day as it used to do under the old time table. It appears that the delays do not occur on the Richmond Line, and the Suburban Line may therefore be blamed. It seems very strange that alth...

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

PERSONALITIES. Miss Braddon, who is wjiting her memoirs, naively says that she had no idea she was personally bo interesting. The German Emperor affects to despise music, as unworthy the notice of such a bat tle-scarred veteran and world-swaying states man as he is-in his opinion. The news comes from Europe that TWtnft Nicolini-Patti, not being able to secure a purchaser for Craig-y-Nos, has decided to turn the castle into an institution for the cul tivation of the voices of poor, but gifted girls. The whole court at Berlin is now entirely composed of new people. The friends of the late emperor have disappeared, and the em peror and empress ore s'xrrounded by people entirely of their own choosing andsympathies. Those who know say it is impossible to imagine anything more complete than the effacement of every trace of the late emperor and empress's influence. Prince Bismarck keeps a guard of Mur sol diers in a small conservatory in the garden of his official residence at Berlin. ' Af...

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

The " G-azette." It is is six months ago to-day since the first number of the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE was issued to the public. We came to Windsor prepared to establish a paper which would be worthy of support, and we received promises in this direction from the principal business men and residents of the district. We have now to thank them all very heartily for the encouragement which they have from time to time given us, and to hope that in the future we shall always merit a continuance. We felt sure from the outset that our efforts to produce a paper worthy of such an important district as that of the Hawkesbury would be fully recognised, and the increase of cir culation, combined with other circumstances which have come under our notice during the past six months, serve to unmistakably demonstrate the fact that we were not one whit too sanguine. From the start, the GAZETTE has been a popular paper, both with readers and advertisers, and we have every reason to believe that ...

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

TALE. Diana. She was as straight as an Indian arrow, large-limbed and tall, with that peculiar white skin whibh does not tan nor grow sallow. The first Diana was not more su perbly proportioned than was this one. A com bination of masculine strength and feminine,, beauty-not feminine enough to be wholly woman, not masculine enough to be wholly man. Her dress was half one and half the other. A man's black slouch hat covered her head, and a man's black coat protected her shoulders ; a petticoat of thick, dark stuff hid the rest of her down to the ankles of her boot-shod feet. She rode a huge black stallion, a creature as slendid and fiery and scornful as the scorn ful, fiery, splendid creature that fearlessly be strode ms back. An imaginative theorist might easily have ?discovered in the dilating nostrils, upflinging heads, and eyes restless with untamable de fiance the close kinship of two souls before me tempsychosis made one beast and one human. She was Diana; the horse's name was ...

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Poison in Milk [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Poison in Milk Testimony is accumulating that under some as yet unknown circumstances there is a deadly poison in milk. By chemists it is called tyrotoxicon. Two of the most popular hotels in Kansas City had a large number of their guests poisoned, and traced the cause to milk obtained from a dairy of good stand ing just south of the city, and the owner is represented as an honest and reliable man. But the circumstances surrounding his man* ures and stables are worthy the serious con sideration of all public or private dairies. Mr. Ellis ' premises, who furnished the milk for houses in Kansas City are described as follows : . His stables, however are located on very low ground, and when such virulent diseases as farcy and glanders are produced in oloBe ill-ventilated stables by the absorption of the poisonous matters given off from fcho horses, and are wholly prevented when, by sufficient air space ani thorough ventilation, the atmosphere is made pure, it should be clear that the mi...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. As the municipal elections draw near, the num ber of candidates originally mentioned as being eager to fight ior place and power are magnified, as were the men in buckram who attacked *' honest " Jack Falstaff. Every day we hear the names of different aspirants mentioned. It is certain, at any rate, that Mr. R. W. Dunstan will contest North Ward against all comers. Mr Dunstan is a supporter of the water scheme, and ©ught to be elected by a three to one majority over his -opponent, -who -objects to the people being supplied with good wholesome water at a reasonable cost. No man should be elected to the Council this year who opposes the adopted scheme, and any candidate who has the audacity to express a feeling in this direction should be promptly sent about,his business by the rate payers. The water scheme is going tto be carried <®ut at all hazards, despite the fractious opposition and carping criticism of some people outside the Council, who always thr...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

LADIES' COLUMN. The Ariel powder-puff, recently invented in England, does not touch the akin at all and is commended by an English paper as thus avoiding the risk of contagion. To most persons it would seem as unlikely that a woman would use a borrowed comb or lend a tooth brush, but it is possible that it is d&ne, and the Ariel has been invented to make the praotice harmless. It is a rubber ball incased in netting and having an opening covered with muslin, through which the powder may be sprinkled. A new device suitable for the costumes of slender women is the double girdle. The waist of the dress for the purpose is made un usually long and loose, and then a metallic belt of some sort is worn just above the hips, while another encircles the body three or four inches higher up. The effect is to impart an appearance of suppleness and grace. The suggestion for the duplicate girdle was pro bably found in the ballets of the Eastern Nautch girls. It is certainly novel and se duct...

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M. ZOLA AT HOME. An Interview with the Novelist the Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

M. ZOLA AT HOME. An Interview with the Novelist the Prosecution. In view of the prosecution of Mr. Vize fcelly for selling an unexpurgated translation t of M. Zola's novels, the following account by Mr. Gr. E. Crawford, B.A., of an interview -with the French novelist will he read with special interest. Mr. Crawford found M. Zola at his country house at Mddan, about twenty miles from Paris on the Dieppe line. The residence consists (says Mr. Crawford) of a low central portion, two stories high, buried between two tall wings, or, as the French would call them, 4 pavilions.' The garden is prettily arranged, but one looks in vain for any touch of poetry or romance. In fact it is the model of the small, formal French gar den, but with even less grass. The interior of the house is magnificent. The richest tissues line the walls and drape the ottomans. A profusion of choice bric-tL-brac stands on the floor, lies on brackets and pedestals, hangs from the walls, and swings zrom the ceiling. ...

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

HUMOUR. [ 4 UmpahBagi-* What troubles our great King Oquoi P' Yokihagus-' Sh-s-sh! ^ He hit hard on the seal ring of the good mission-. ary at lunch, to-day, andhe has a toothache.' -Time. Curious spectator (to lady lion-tamer). And are you really fond of these beasts? L/ion-tamer.-* Oh, res, indeed. Of this one particularly,' she adds pensively. 'Hejate up my husband.* ' Eichea take unto themselves "Wings and fly away,' said the teacher. ' What kind of riches is meant ?' And the smart boy at the foot of the class said he 'reckoned they must be ostriches.'-American Poultry Yard. Office-boy (to editor)-'There's a lady outside, sir, with some poetry.' Editor 'How old is she?' ' Bout seventeen.' *Show her in.'-Texas Siftings. A PABAPHEASE. No acids do in kisses lie; Who -would for honey kisses barter? Yet -when one comes to say * good-bye,' Then kisses are the cream of ' ta, ta.' -Boston Courier. Mr. Bender (putting on a cold, stolid brace) -' Been t' Long Island on bishness wi' Mishte...

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Windsor Borough Council. A LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

Windsor Borough Council. A LIVELY MEETING. The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evening, when there was a full Council. The Mayor stated that he h?d waited on the Secretary for Public Works with reference to the land required for reservoir, and thus did away with the necessity for the deputation appointed at Jast meeting. CORRESPONDENCE. From John P. Sharkey, C.E., oliering his ser vices for the carrying out of the water scheme at the usual rate of 5 per cent on cost of works. Received, and made an order of the d.ay for next meeting. ACCOUNTS From Windsor Cas Company. £24 16s. Re ceived, and referred to Finance Committee. MINUTE FKUM THE M AVOK. The Mayor's minute, KE appointment of Return ing Officer for ensuing elections, he being a candi date ior re-eli-ction, was dealt with Aid Fiu.^atrick moved thai Aid Smith be Returning (Jliicev .Aid. llolden seconded. Carried Aid. bmith rctinnvj th,inks, and would do liis duty fearlessly and without favour MOTIONS. Aid- Si...

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The Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

The Municipal Elections. The interest in the forthcoming munioipal elec tions is being intensified, and much conjecture is indulged in as 10 the probable resuhsof the various contests. Mr R \V Lhinstnn is looked upon as a certainty for Ninth Ward, the only other candidate being Mr. George lhvvis, who has certainly no just claim to election His past record as an alderman is by no i: cans of a brilliant character, and Im sole object in seeking entrance to the Council is to delay the carrying out of the water scheme and to "have his fling" at the Council Clerk, whosr niuniiieent salary he is desirous of cutting down. We believe that Mr. Dunstan will secure a two-to-one majority. i-'or Centre Ward no less than four colts are in the field- Messrs. J. M'Grafh, J. Chandler, Gers l>t:ck. and Joseph Ward When the time conies we will have something to say as to the qualifica tions of these gentlemen, but just now we might point out that w> sensible elector shmild vote lor any man who ex...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY JANUARY [?] 1889. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajettc. ' .SATURDAY JANUARY :c,, 1889. LOCAL AN I) GENERAL. DB.fs&iBSON..-In our last issue we reform! to ^lie.departure of Dr. Hozier, who leives Windsor ill about a fortnight. Dr. Hozier will he succeeded -by Dr.SJohn G'bson, whose testimonials prove *him to be a professional gentleman possessing a TOore tha» ordinary amount of ability. Dr. Hozier's departure from amongst "us will lie re igretted by a large circle of friends. VICTORIA INSURANCK COMPANIES.-Mr J. Chas. Pitzpatrick having been appointed agent for the ?abovecompanies is prepared to nn-et constituents and transact business The Companies' almanac anay ;be procured at the GAZETTE Office. HAWKESBUKS' BENEVPJ.KNT A.SVI.DM.-One ' "evening last week we were shown round this ex pensive institution by the genial and obliging -superintendent, Mr. Mayer. The institution and jgroiinds were never, perhaps, kept in such splendid order as .during the time Mr. Mayer has been in .charge,'and bdth he and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 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 King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read 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 mcdical clinics and universities, the official communication of the Consul-General for Italy at Mel bourne ; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Anisteiaam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such, not open to donbt. WE add here epitome of one of tha various cases treated by Siegen, M. D., Professor, etc.: But niny of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of thirty-years-old patient was completely separa ted and lifted up as far as t...

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

-w AT GZE3ZE S Watches. A. SAUNDERS, Watcli Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Pactories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LIST, POST FREE, and j compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at I HALF THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN Certificate, and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. {worth £5) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £l ios. {worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £^ (worth £&) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. £4 ios {worth £g) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (worth £io) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £6 (worth £12) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, five years' guaran tee...

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A Golden Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

A Golden Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Holborow, of Gad's Hill, Ashfield, on Thursday even ing celebrated their golden wedding at the School of Arts, Ashfield. There was a large company present. The guests were received by Colonel Holborow, M.L.A., (of Richmond) Mrs. Wetherill, and Miss Holborow, children of the hosts. Amongst others present were Mr. T. M. Slattery, M.L.A., Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C., and several of the members and ex-members of the Ashfield Municipal Council, which Mr. Holborow was for many years a member. Dancing was maintained until a late hour, interspersed with a programme of vocal and in strumental music. At 10 o'clock the friends met in the refreshment room when Mr. J. S. Jamieson proposed the health     of Mr. and Mrs. Holborow. The toast was honoured with cheers. Mr. Holborow responded in suitable terms, and thanked the company for the kind wishes expressed on behalf of himself and wife.

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 19 January 1889

WHAT WE HE AH. Thaft Mr. Blane, late porter and clerk at the otis shed, has been removed to Petersham That "the Rev. Morgan Williams is about to ave Windsor, in consequence of ill-health. That the Rev. J. S Austin has been treating idieaces to most interesting lectures on Samoa. _ That theteeat on Sunday and Monday was some ping dreadful. We felt as well as heard this. 1 That one or two cases of typhoid exist in town. i That no" less than four candidates will contest j^ntre Ward - Messrs Chandler, Gersbeck, ll'Grath and Wani. . That one candidate and-a-half will stand for louth Ward. i That one ratepayer suggested, before he heard Of Mr. R. W. Dunstan's candidature. that rather Iian see the So-Jth Ward election go by the board, .: would nominate John Kuan's mule against the icn canvassing candidate That, being the Mayor who initiated the water :heme for V. indsui, Mr Mortlej- should be '.ayor for the ensuing year, so that he can w ie scheme carried oyt That certain interested person...

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Accident My Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Accide On Monday J. B. Johnston, JESi on the remains oft strong, 10 years ofj ceased, who wasf boarding at a Mfl State School la<M went with two oti bathe in CnttaiCr and deceased goti to one of his com save him, but the) as he w as nearly diet of accidents That popular) public. Mr. J. W< Clarendon, inte~J Handicap that The peds of ' to this event, deserves. ly Drowned. inquest was held, before Coruner, at Rouse lliil, id named Stanley Arii'! L It appears that <!e Itate School child, was town's. He, with another 3inf,r at the .same pla<v, ys about the same ,n,e to None of then; could , his depth. He called, .?.u Us, who was close by. t<> ?:Cou)d oiler no assistaiuv, Browned himself. A \ cr ir the amusement of the fey, of the Chester Hotel, hortly running off the Btponed some time since, ct should look forward r. Huxley the support he \vas returned.

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Windsor [?]ensing Court. WEDNESD (Before W. H.[?] QOARM JANUARY 23. Becke, Esq., P.M.) [?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Windsor I WEDNESO (Before W. Hi QOARM The Inspector's QS and proved satisfactfl BOflJ A booth license wi for races at Riversttt nsing Court. K.JANUARY 23. pBecke, Esq., P.M.) terly Report was received, r LICENSE. [ranted to George Ireland in Anniversary Day.

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PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

piirj On Saturday last® effervescence, owinf^ of trustees for the CMb day. Crowds of peqpSij of the Maid of Austtflij over by Mr. Baird.aral the hours of the aj| King ot Pitt Town/|j and they assisted iu| The poll was taken?! Tames Bligh Johns® J osepli Hobbs, 87'? William Wallace D(|j Hugh Ryan, 57; HeiS rowN. » town was in a slate of i the fact that the election ion was to take plaice that assembled in the viciivty ;Hotel, so ably presided arm discussions enlivened oon. Mr. John Owens his friends were there, ,nR the time pass merrily. : the following result ? 102; John Owens, 8g ; 'homas Thompson, 81 ; s, 88 ; Joseph Brown, 59 ; Thomas Curl, 48.

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