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WILBE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

WIL The excitement over tions has not yet week a meeting was Hotel, for the pu recent election of grounds that it was visions of the act ha<(; revising the roll, audi passers on the Commj Mr. H. Gordon pnsl attendance. Messrs! Bowd, A. Cross, an manner in which thei and a deputation, coiu J. Turnbull, C. Cross! L. Simpson, was appt for Mines to lay thi; general opinion here! followed the right d who are said to bej What is intended to b opportunity of purcl occupy, as it would them. FORCE. s recent Common dee ded. One evening last 1 at Mr. J. F. Cobcroft's »f protesting against the tnon Trustees, on th< e>;al election, as the p;o ot been carried out in so because alleged tres iwere allowed to vofe. ?; and there was a good Bovvd, J. Cobcroft. H , Cross denounced the Son had been conducted kg of Messrs. T. Malonny. H>\vd, E. Cobcroft, ami id to wait on the Minister istler before him. The at the old trustees h ive » in not removing those, passers on the Comm...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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CLAR[?] [?]NDON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

CLARE A TAKE DOWN-On 1 horsey man drove up : and got into conversatio owner, the result being! made between their two straight-away. The a challenge (Mr. J. Cflj Webster's horse winqfl Mrs. Huxley mteajjq the establishment ofa'fil as Parliament meetsaja in and around Clareiukl INPON. onclay list a well-known ) one of the local hotel with with another horse lat a match for w.'.s iquines, and was mn off ty who threw out the fell) was defeated, Mr n D renew her agitation nr. 100I on the road, as so >n i. There are 70 cij.ld.en just now.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Rivep stone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Riirerl Your readers will be glad was so seriously ill a fortnight is said to be quite out of dang Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crag this week, after having aboi Mr. Craig informed ine that A his stay there, but he and themselves. We are gladto: An amateur boxing conte come oil' in the Cosopolitan from some mis-understand competitors did not turn up, i it for a fortnight or so, oi given. The Relief Society willho!< Hall to night (Saturday.) , wards. The weather has been w badly wanted again, astheci stone. :o hear that Mrs. Dibley, who Bgo, is slowly recovering. ami sr. rrived here from MelboTiv: I three weeks in the ii <l. I), elbonrne was cro >d dil i n^ his wife thoroughly enjoy. ;T ;e Joe hack ap;ain. for a tropliy was to have lall on Saturday niglu, l.tu IK or other, some of lh<' id it was decided to postpo o ?which <ltie notice wi.; !/<? a concert ii the Cosmopolitan dance will take ph.c: .ift. r ry close this week. Rain is ips ...

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Suddenly Stricken Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

S idcbnly Stricken Elind. A catastophe such as few men have the stoicism to bear a id few survive, has (says the Cine at Enquirer) come like a thunder-clap upon Charles Cullman. Last Saturday u^.n, whi-e auditing the liooks of the Bellevue Building Associa tion, at their rooms 011 M'Micken-Avenue, he turned suddenly to one of the bye standers and exclaimed, " Why do you turn out the gas ? I'm not through yet." *' Turn out the gas, what's the matter .with you ? the gas is burning." " My God, then I'm blind," cried Cullman, and sinking back in his chair, from which he had arisen in l.is excitement, he buried his face in his hands, and moaned, and wept like a child. Dr. Schwartmeyer, his regular physician, was hastily sent for, and only arrived to confirm the wQrst fears. Cullman was indeed blind. Without a premonitory sign, without a warning, the blow had come, and as he sat there bemoaning his sad fate, eves grew d.'m. Friends took him by the hand and trembled with emotion as they tr...

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Richm [?]ond News. (FROM OUR CRRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Riohm (FROM THE LATE LIE to he placed in t Lieutenant Mitel members of the c that gentleman Third Regiment; SAI.II.-The a Wednesday broi to Richmond, am streets were pract in high prices all about £i3,000. look all that can POLICE NEWS. scarce. There \ The people in thi with each other i ELECTIONS.-> but elections. 1 pal contests are sent, the Hawke ground. A few c It is thought thai one Richmond w commences his Townsend was in COUNCIL.-Th revision court 0 (Mr. J. E. Onui evidently adjoui when several alt of votes. Iicmci Me w s. ? OUR CORRESRONDF.NT.) utenant MITCHELL.-T!ie iaset he stone over the remains of the leil is Ijeing arranged for by the ;ompany (Richmond) with which was connected, and noi by (Ik1 as a body. nnua! sale at Hobarfville nn Jglit a large number of visitors d during the time of tin* sale the ically deserted. The sale resulhv! round, and the grand loud ums The Hobartville paddocks look be desired. -News of this description is ver ? «ere no cases during the we...

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FRIDAY. (Before Messrs. Becke, P. M., and Primrose.) MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

FRIDAY. (Before Messrs. Becke, P. M., and Primrose.) MAINTENANCE. Alexander Cross was sued for maintenance by his wife, Victoria Jane Cross. Defendant pleaded cause to show. Mr. Kemp thorne for complainant, Mr. H. Richardson for defendant. Victoria jane Cross, complainant, deposed that on the 22nd December her husband deserted her, and since that date he had not supported her ; her husband was a farmer ; gave him no reason for deserting her ; she asked for £1 a week. To Mr. Richardson: For 12 months prior to December 22 she was residing by herself on the farm ; on 22nd December she came to stay with her mother in Windsor; her husband brought her in ; on the Tuesday following she wrote him a letter, asking for money ; she did not recollect her husband coming for her on the 29th ; she paid her expenses to Sydney with her own money ; the money was borrowed ; she declined to tell from whom she borrowed the money ; [certain accounts from various storekeepers were here put in, com plainan...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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The Appeal to the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

The Appeal to the Country. In tlie couvso of a very short time the electors of tlio Hawkesbury will be called upon to exorcise the franchise, and return a representative to the Assembly, and we feel sure that they will not he backward in recording their votes in favour of the candi date whoso fiscal principles are identical with their own. The question at issue is plain, and admits of no mistake. No con sideration, such as that of thr> personal popularity, <tc., of a particular candidate, should be allowed to intrude ami divert attention from the great issue at s< ake. It will be well to settle, oncc and for aye, the vexed fiscal dispute. If the Protectionists are in the majority, let them assert their strength and claim the victory ; if, on the other hand, Free Traders outnumber their opponents, let them " slay and spare not." In this district the contest promises to be a hard one, and tli3 result is by no moans certain. The Protectionists have com menced o...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Becke, P.M.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

THURSDAY. (Before Mr. Becke, P.M.) VAGRANCY. Charles Caroline and William Caroline were charged as above, and sent to Parramatta Gaol for one month.

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Important to Fruit Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Important to Fruit Growers. Says the CUMBERLAND ARGUS: --Quin cunx is a subject which many of our fruit growers do not comprehend, that is ihe mode of planting fruit trees in rows by which the plants in one row are alwavs opposed to the banks in the other, so that when a piece of ground is planted in this way the trees appear in rows in four directions. By this plan they have more room, and a greater circulation of air than when planted in the ordinary way. 1 have illustrated my meaning by a diagram below :

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., Johnstone, and Dunstan) CHILD DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., Johnstone, and Dunstan) CHILI") INSERTION. Edith Warwick v. James Staples. This case was settled, the complainant and defendant being married by the Registrar, and sent on their way rejoicing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

The best medicine known is SAND1SR and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful edects in coughs, colds, influenza, Sir.-the relief is instan taneous. Thousands oivc the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, ami medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have 110 occasion to offer rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical clinics and universities, the oiUcial communication of the Consiil-Gcner.il for Italy at Mel bourne; the diploma awa:dtd Intel natio'Ml Exhibition, Amsteidam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such not open to dfuiht. Wc add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Siegen, M. 1)., I'rnf ssor, etc. ; Hurninn u: the i i_;iit hand through the explo-iion of a s nail | oil stove. The epidermis on the v.rar a;i<{ palmer side of | the hand o. thii ty-yeai s-oid patieiit was co.11j>n t..!y separa t...

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The "Daily Telegraph" on Land Nationalization. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

"Daily Telegraph" on Land Nationalization. Our correspondent "Unit" and his friends, the evangelists of the land nationalization gospel, are legitimately ent'tled to their congratulations over the spread of their opinions. When the theories of Henry George were intro duced here a few years ago thev were long in finding adherents. We have no means of estimating the number they possess now. But what we do know is that they have the adherence of a number of thoughtful, capable a id energetic men, wlio a re active and unwearied in pr 'Ssing them upon thi attention of the public. There is something more than this to be said. These men present every appearance of being quite disint jrosted, free from any selfseeiting and without any personal or party or political object to assist by their activity. And when they now tell us that they have every reason to he satisfied with the rate at which tlvir opinions arc gai 'inv; ground among the people, it is worth, considering whether we may not b^...

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POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

POPULAR SCIENCE. ? Coal loses from. 10 to 40 per cent, of its evaporative power if exposed to the effects of sunshine and rain. Equal parts of sweet oil and lime water thoroughly mixed, is said to be the best remedy known for burns and scalds. An English invention is the ' centrecycle,' having four wheels a foot in diameter and a large wheel in the centre. With it the rider is enabled to go up hill as easily as to go for ward on level ground. Disagreeable moisture of the hands may bo overcome by rubbing the hands several times a day with the following mixture ;-Tincture of belladonna, half an ounce; eau de Cologne, four ounces. French physicians report great success with the internal use of antiseptics in tvphoid fever. According to this method of disin fecting the internal organization the disease runs a shorter course. . Steel that is too hard to cut or file may be drilled with a mixture of one ounce Bulphate of copper, quarter of an ounce of-alum, half a teaspoonful of powdered s...

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ART & LITERATURE [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

ART & LITERATURE ? ? Mr. William Ferry Brown gives readers of the Writer sotne points oa ehort-afcory sit ing. Hid own plan is this : ' I may add that, I find it best, in my own ease to compose as rapidly as I can, after having decided upon the nature and the climax of 'a story; then having finished, to lay it aside and forget it as muoh as possible in some other task. Finally with the mind thus divested as far as may be of parental leanings, I go over the story carefully once,twice, thrice if necessary, I prune, erase, condense, learrange, and alter, mercilessly, as it 6eems to me. It is well not to hesitate to sacrifice any pet theory character, or event that interferes with the tone and harmony of the whole.'

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MEETING OF PROTECTIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

MEETING OF PROTECTIONISTS. The adjourned meeting of (he local Protection league was held on Thursday evening in the Oddfellows' Hall, when Mr. G. S. Yeo, President, occupied the chair, and there were about 100 gentlemen present. M r. Yeo, after some preliminary business had been transacted, stated that lie had seen Mr. T. R. Smith on the previous day, and that gentleman said he would stand for the electorate. Mr 1'. Butler stated that he had that day sent two telegrams to Mr. Smith, but had received no reply. Mr. Townshend, who had been recommended by the Sydney Protection League, was presenL, and being called upon to explain his views to those present, commenced by saying that he came before them as an untried man. He knew very little of politics, but he did know what the colony and the district required. He had been told that there would be some opposition to him, because he had advocated the Colo Valley Line in oppo sition to the proposed Kurrajong Railway. In reality, he had adv...

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Stories of the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Stories of the Stage. During a representation of 4 Macbeth' at the Princess's, London, when the witches re plied to the Thane that they were ' doing a deed without a name,' a well-known convey ancer in the audience jumped up and shouted, ' A deed without a name J Why, it's void ! -it's not worth sixpence.' When Kean was playing ' Louis XI.' at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh,- a rather laughable thing oocurred. When the atten dants announced, 'The King is dead!' a pious Irishman in the stalls exclaimed, 4 And may the Lord have mercy on his guilty soul!' Charles Matthews made two funny blun ders in the comedy of 'The Clandestine Mar riage.' Once, when he saw ' a candle going along the gallery with a man inhis hand and again when ho ' locked the key and put the door in his pocket.' Wlien ' Macbeth' was produced on a cer tain occasion in Dublin, on the curtain rising to display the doctor and nurse seated in Lady Macbeth's chamber, with a candle and a bot tle of physio between them, all w...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

LADIES' COLUMN. Machine-made lace is driving the Ho niton and other rare sorts out of the market. If a woman is pretty, To me 'tis no matter Be she blonde or brunette, So she lets me look at her. A comfortable if not luxurious living is now made by women in New York by going from house to house combing cur caring for hn.ir of invalid or ease-loving women. The hair shops of London and Paris are said to have orders ahead for all the golden hair they can procure for the next five years. Feasant girls, becoming more intelligent, are not so willing to part with their hair as formerly. ' Fond husband-' Good-bye, love! In case I am really prevented coming home to dinner, I will send you a telegram. She 4 You need not trouble to send it, my love. I have already taken it out of your coat pocket. An English lady of rank who has gone into business in Loudon as a dressmaker, says she is quite satisfied with her experiment, and that her experiences are those of her contemporaries. All the ' soci...

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A SUPPOSITION. 'Suthin in the pastoral line.' Lowell. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

A SUPPOSITION. ' Sutliiu' ia the pastoral liuc.' Lowell. Ha lial been trying all the winter through To sp?ak thy fateful words ; and well she knew He liad bccu trying-but what could she do ! Mist maidenly of little maids was she, With child-like horror that such thing could bs As that a. woman could be ' fast' or ' free.' And just bccause he did adore her so, His tongue would stiauacr, aad his voics would At bare ii:a of a possible ' No.' He bod a friend, a learned young professor, Hiin;he had constituted Ids confessor And general moral guoger and assessor. To 1dm were told the maiden's simple wiles, Her pretty blushes and beguiling smiles, In many words and various moods end styles. The swain would boast liim to the little maid, When he of other subjects was afraid, Of all the learning that his friend displayed. And so, one evening, when it chanced that she Was bidden to an' evening company,' She went, with hope this paragon to see. And he was there j.so, too, her bashful swain, Wh...

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MR. T. R. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

MR. T. K. SMITH. This gonth;mnn h,is definitely decided to contest the Hawi<r:sluiry Electorate, and notifies the same in this issue.

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Fashion's Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 26 January 1889

Fashion's Fancies. Empire gown for girhs of 12 to 13 have high round waists with lapping surplice fronts, wide bias sleeves, puffed or not at discretion, a wide soft sash drawn in with tassels at the ends and straight, very full skirt. The newest silver belts are either in basket pattern or else, thick coils of silver rope; and happy she who can swing from them one of the cameo bonbonnieres, just imported, to ravish tho fancy of our golden girls. Paris now ordains for walking a jacket of lion-co'ored cloth with reverse and facings of ecru moire, but only she who has the figure of Diana and the complexion of Hebe should venture on the catlike combination. Paris gown for the afternoons without bsifcg deini-trained are what is styled dami-long, that u, touch the ground in front and and rest upon it an inch at back, while morning and street gowns are of a c juviaient and cleanly shortness all around. Tho big pitcure hats for diiving and autumn receptions have often a brim of shirred net...

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