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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-June ií'.t, ll a.m., Kev. W. Moore. 7 p.m., ,, BICHKON«.-3 p.m.. Rev. W. Moore. 7 p.m.. Mr. Craven ENFIELD-ll ajiw, ,, KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., " WILBERFORCE.-11 a.m., Mr. G. Turnbull. 1 ' 7 p.m. Mr. A. Simpson. BUTTSWORTH SWAMP.-3 p.m., " REV. Vf. MOORE. Chairman of Ch ctn
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. A'¡na í ru rn St. Albans, with n:ai.'.e. and saurines (Jar '). Vi o , i from Colo, with '.run jres, (Wail), lie or j úroui Colo, with maire, ¿.nd oraisg-¿s, (Jones) Janer ra the Macdonald, wah maizti, oranges, and peu'-: ,, (Walker). Qt« it ibm Portland Head with maize, pumpkins and sundries (LVeringham). Gem from Colo, wita maize. (Wetherell). Welcome H onie from Wiseman's Ferry, with maizi (Doujrkis.-). Eva fiona the Macdonald with maize and parrots, (J. Heiler». Sama Old Game trom the Macdonald with maize, fowls, eggs, and oranges, (J. Butler)
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Windsor Markets. jíusiuess lias been lively at tue Wiiarf this "week, in co s ' jue ue nf so many bo -ts aniviug; and on \\ cdn-.-sday son.eili.iii; like &lt;1&lt;1 tidies vas che or.lt r of thc day. Quot ii;.ms arc as foiiow* :-Maize ñs. 3d : Mn-ni-; 2s b" L t-i 3*. Ci'i ; Iti&lt;i l'ii[n[iki.is 3s 9 :. to is; ür;.u¡i''s tí.s. to 4,; Lemons 2s. t»J. t> -is; liu".-r ls. lü.i. to 2^> ; L^s ls.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
COMPLIMENTARY B A N Q U E T TO ME. A- BOWMAN, Esq-, M L To be held at the WINDSOR ox 7th JUNE, 1832, At 11 ali-p:ls: 7 u'clink. COM M.ITTKE R. M.-Niven, »Mayor of Windsor; J. E. Una.-, .\l iy ,r ot liLliniond ; Afters. J. B. Joii.^ioh, J. I'., ii. Richards, 2.1'., W. >. Hail, J. P., v. n.iam Lwurocü. J.P. J. Onus, sen. Dr. JociCcl tl. Greenwell S. K. i>*i-r \V. WaiKor \v'. Hear i !.. Young 1. Wa.i J. ii. JoiiUoLon, jua. J. IÍO.-.S (r. Davies J. T. South U . Reil J. Suntu, sjii. T. Arkin-vta.l j . Gow S. Ma} n\ ai G. Tuiubuil, jun. \\ . W HK.1U-, W. Mr.ciicll A. Simpson J. S. iiusby G. 1. Co.u ia J., il. simpson \V\ .Maxwell W. W. Doaglas H. Kn vi ards J. H. Fleming J. Joüiialou J. Ju iaa S. Phillips J. Owens W. (J wens L. F. Bowman W. Bragg R. U.\ ens ll. Marr li. turnbull jun. J. Renueit, jun. J. ¿»tubbs Geo. Carroll li. Owens, jun. S. Rouiihioa C. s. Guest Tickets ma}' lie obtained from any member of the Committee. W. BEARD, Hon. Treas. J. B. JOHNSTONE, jun. » Hon. J. T. ¡SM...
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Rickmond. ! MITRAL CHANGE. - We hrar that Miss j ( rnsford lias been appointed oi^.itiist at St. I Peters, viee Miss Long, resigned. KOOT KACE.- Gic-at excitement prevailed in «air little town I isl Friday evening, when it lu'came known that Alderman W. Kelly and Professor Miller of " The Richmond Stores" weru ahn ut to comest their pedestrian powers. I he stakes, we b sieve, "ere lair, and piaced in the hands ol the Colonel. The distance was 50 partis, and was ran off iu Market Stieet. An immense crowd assembled to witness the scene. After one or two feints, a splendid start was effected, both getting away together. The pace wa6 terrific, but the Professor, carrying less weight than our Alderman, managed to just score a win with very little to share. Tho Richmond Stoles were fully represented from the Colonel to the porter, Mr. Popp, and they all evinced their feelings at the Professor's win, who walked back to tlie store with the prize ribbon flowing from his neck. P.S.-The Profes...
Pitt Town. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Pitt Town. I HORBF. RACE.-The long talked of match for ten pounds a side, came oil' on the Pitt Town Race ccurse on Sa turd a}-, between Mr. i Iíig-in's chestnut mare and Mr. J. Chapman's mare, McDonald River. A great many J enple assembled to witness the event, w li ich ( anted a deal ni exciten,eut. Mr. Chapman's mare was the favourite, and had all the call in belting tluough her previous victories at I5risl-.au ? Water. Mr. William Hull was appoiMcd starter, and both hoTses laced tl e sciateh. Tomirv Lillis' Piloting Higgins' mau, and Charles Juill doing a like duty for Mi. Ci a fa- muli. A great delay was cmst-d at the po.-t ilnongl: tl.e ill temper of Mr. Chapman's iuai&lt;\ which Lilias' took advantage oj, ann had the r; ce nearly won before they ttarud. After l oth horses got well together thc dag j fell to a vrry indifferent start-Lilias' taking j Ins mato away villi a Hying start, and was I never caught, winning with comparative case j I v three lengths amidst great...
Richmond Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Richmond Borough Council. ! THE uMial fortnightly rm eting was heid on I \\>.lr.«'S'iay. Mie 31.-t May. Present-tho Mayor, and Aldermen Cm ford, Jvidlv, Onus »en., Price, Turner, jocko!, and fi r. * Minnies of last meeting were read and c;m firmed. coRRESPoyr»I:\CI . T r un Winds«-r Council re K-.-;l>;ng. L.-ror . &lt;? j. iveil. rind the Muy^r in.-trilcteci to su¡ ;.-iy information. Ace ,v NT--. L'l."> 1 ls ">d fi-r Coin ei, Clerk'- salarv was voted, and iefirred lo FII.UIICJ ('&lt; n mi:tee for y, ,\n.eii. li j or: fr ,ru Kia.;! c.- Committee : &lt;. ,1 ovo aoei nut rci'vived. Al.'. Tir a kc1, Nr. ' ls ita fact that the i:..uk ol N w >? mili Wa!» s apj fal; d against the asses1-n. cir 01 a |> cc- - .&lt;!' ui.d valutd at e.~U le s t!. ,11 tho Drive: r-, pud for ii'!" ; .ni!, I i |i a tact th ,' . ,1 reply was received tr. n. ita- iia:ik o¡ N '? S .'.h Hales re ktib iie_ aid gut KT g. ..r:. .. ls 't a lac: il at the tdiu i.i i? -..I...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 10TH MAY, 1882. (Before Messrs. J. R. Johustone, and R. Dick, J's. P.) CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Windsor Police Court 1'LKSDAY, ..OUI MAY, KS.^-J. - (Be! JIT M'-s-r-. J. H. J ihustoue, and R. l):c k, J's. P. ) C ATT LU r-ThALisr,. Albert Parker. 0:1 remand fr>>ui la-.' T;:-.-s- 1 .!u\. ei.ar^cd willi st;-,i:ii g a cow the J-IMJ - r . ol .lo ni liuit-worili. Tlie ca-e w.t.-piot-ei u &lt;\ j with, an I a-i.iition d tv.deuce aduce.'- ,.¡ though s"in-. nf tlie wini b-. s seeea'i lo h.>c s lin.- t rt i u Si i. in idt 111 i f v i 11 y the ou; nd.mi 1 u ' M(\iill!i! ot' I.irs I'avin.j allere:1, tile cut t f Iii- 1 h;.ir, uhi-keis, ano lu-ml. .Mr. Walker ap- ! pe n-d in (.elene, .oil notv ilh.s.a .dine Iii-1 abie pl. adm -: the c.i-e wad MI elie..- i'gui isi j tht iii le- (laut that the Ueneb wire- c lu IL. 1 i ttl , ifi r uni Lim |..r tri.i at iii- ii- xi ^uuitr Si--.--. .1 s. t i lu- i el o m. i he 1 i.'t li Oci.-b- r tics . i li.id iloiieii, M-il in iib. and two Miri'tus m ii-::, e .tl,. l'i;.dy (ill'in Was charged wit'i uu.avifii ?n i ¡i a.u- ni:-lv . e>:r&a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPEB, Conducted on Jjiberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throu»hont the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office:-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. ADVERTISEMENTS received np to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TEÄKS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ... 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. " ... 7s fid. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERMS OP ADVERTISING : ". , ( Fire lines or nnder ... ls. Insertions. ^ Mfteen linea " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THB FOLLOWING RATES PEE QUARTER. fOne inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. &lt; Two " " ... 10 0 (Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. 3Í.B.-Advertisements ander 5s in valne, will only be " booked " to regnlar cnBtomers._ WINDSOR, MARBLE AND STONE WORKS. GEORGE ROB...
Sydney Markets Wednesday, [?] 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
Sydney Markets We&lt;lneS'iay. Lî.i,.. Cl si 18i>2. Oat n If-;y in bales ( n-.-r &lt;.«- ) s~. 5 \ t.)0, 0 I " I; (Utiles : tis « i i&lt; \) .'ii O., en & "vY'-au-n lura i bs. >] ?.. io 10-. 1 Id bit .nv iw \, .(. .. ... ;"> . 'Jil to Gs. Où " 11 ! ; ? 11 î i * - s ... ijs. -j'1, to (>s. ."> t Ch.-tff-. S;. ld. t . 9, ! j Cu* Straw .. «I tl !. t » «'3. 0 Hu^ks ... .. r>;, 0,1. t.. (K (! i ! M ize .. os. ó 1. tn OÍ. Od ¡ I'oiüiikiiis ... o . i0¡. t i ."»s. G . Pr. ¡ie ct: Laci-rn (p.. i n) KU \ia lo i'lü Potatoes Cire i lir licit vi» t i i d Wa-: ;. ..)oîs ... t'4 ¡0,. t.. 4L*t .'s Ne- Ze.l.i a. iii ;;>-. m £0 &lt;>s B a i . .. .. 1 s. 7 i, to 1 >. S.'ci Po I,rd . ly. 7¿ !. v. U hi IHM Oats . 3,. to 1,. 'Jil B tici (per ¡b ) ... i OM. to 1 >. D 1 E gi (^per d 'Z n) ... ! .. ud to ls. iM FuwiS (p-,r , ;.ir; ... 'js. G i. to Öi. öd
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
-LOCAL AND GENERAL. BASQITKT to A. Bowman, Esq., M.L.A., at the " Fitzroy,'' on the 7th instant. SCHOOL A'tend VI ce O Ricers on the War- path on Tuesday-yieiory attended them. (¿Utus's IUTUDAY was a circumstance np Mo lou-j w.-.y, . c .-living to that live litt, paper th-.* /''jcii,~--.i. A-.I:C:I has no kinship with anot t r ore, t .. >:i- s .me name down Sydney w..y. ^PI.E^?l)II> Gi FI*. - M r. Tnom.is Waiker oí jC' ci r :, who .. ö> wvll known in onnec ! ton willi li1* limn gilt-, of mo.ii-v to c'iarit a'i.e iii.-ti.tu*^i:i.s. ti i^ jtisr handed over to .Mr. Sh p nod è> i Ma\ Th'.-u is Back, nd a ehe j te lor £10.o'» ). t i h.- d -, \ a i- : amorg som- of tit.- ...-..arit .hie i'-' oe ol' tho e.vo ii". Tm.-, .'Ont eui.-.it ;- i..» ug t!ie .. dotty i'.«r tuc v, et..in,.s t. r ta n-i.efit f his h.-illili, an i 't.- say-, .? J &lt;1--M.-' t I evince my s»nij)at!iv willi titos t .«Í my L->s l.ntuíii o fe.n.w c »!o!i;*ils. \ottiij; nm o:d. who ;»re afflicted io...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
SPARKS. - V Before tlie littery cand e-snufFer who ttit* sweeping, and oilier odd jo',»*, ut " Indepead-nt " oifiee, attenpt- &lt;:rili--i - .&lt; o.i \ our li'ciiiuond cor: es» i.i.'e;.?, h~ si. lid first louie at home and see th ¡t the . wi cul u a editor oí" his own h.iliimt jouât c )0>is Ins own potatoc article-ins e:.d o: lr ois.'ening it bo 1 ly fr ¡in your p g >. Sh'ouM he persist i i t.üS liaé ol' business, ho wi:i pr ba') y lind h'iu&lt;elf a long nay un le- the lamp-groping ulong a ga-.iipe lowaids - well, for pity sake, I'll say-a gas retort. ¡Some of your co temporaries still continue the absurd pta tice oí printing til. s .-.ne par. twice ov- r in th,- »ame issoe. lt looks odd ; a.id makes people at a distance think whit a sleepy place the great New Kurland city must b-, when its newspa.K-r cannot find j enough news to till up without duplicating. j Wlütt is the meai-.iig of the Bowman-cnm I) .vies-cum-\V.tlker kckup? Is if a ijiea:: . o it...
FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
FARM AND GARDEN". THE VERMIN OF TUE FARM.--sluçs aul snails are not such serious pia^u^s to the f r - rm-r as they are t¿*the gardener. But the enerav, however weak is u ver to he despised, and it appears sometinvjs aa ,f the little slugs came dow n in showers, so sudd -nly and so plemiiully dowe find them di uibutcd. The pea, clover, and corn crops are, when young and '^rowin^ freely, peculiar!;- liable to injury by slugs, and it is not s;> easy i m..trer to sub- due the pests on largo tracts o. and as it is in gardens. Here, however, a- in the case of many other kind of vermin, means ruay be adopted that will accomplish the double pur- pose of destroying the plague a:id benefitting the land, for lime,' salt, soot, and nitrate of soda, are certain slug killers, and will usually pay for their employment by tkeir enrichment of the ground. The nice point always is to employ them advantageously. Land made ready for sowing may be pretty well cleared of slugs by broadcasting it with s...
THE Hawkesburg Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 June 1882
IHK ÄujktsfMHj Cjraiiirie. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TURF' .! r, J UND S, lSüz. Til:. )ti-.;piS' I li ; , inc: to Mr. A'-*w.? ?.. ! 1> w i H, M.L A., ¡:ie rej.r-s«ut.it¡vi- . i i latí.- .»fthurv K ect .rot«* i-., n . r ,¡i *, ¡ ? .l:c con«.ct riling, eui should uu-? wi.ii t!u j .¡?¡¡.ovil of a! patios -whether '..it*-, . r ! i out) - i', a: i «i, a&lt;*ai.T.i:iir that th- sat j !>.-»i jUt: .-, simply i ili-nljt: to clo lionou - r . th* ^ U'.li ,n!i i wki iC )r-if!i;j us i:i l'i.L i¡,.nr, a'id th tt no polit i:i >i^iniic jiicc ii t tc':e ' > i. We know op mons will i irv "u »h-> poî.it, a ul we have n >t th;- n-.n u s. idea >. OaCipi g t'.ití Wiati >>t' wi my, winJ h:ilii tii.t ;i t¡)t:i¿; ca in &lt;t be'¡one .\eii unless y.,¡i &lt;_':) i.i j the whi.l.« hog or nun**;' .¡iii w. o «,.y: " Weil, it iw, ire are supporters of Mr. 15 i> I niit i, wti s ot him in.o i\ir i l üent, aod w t'a i to see to t we sl;oti:d ie.->trai-i «'Ul' ...