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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

HERE! P ? 1 If yon want GOOD VALUE for your Money go to W. C. BARKER, Tailor, &c., GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. SUITS FROM £3 3s. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. tS" Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. TRY HENRY PERRY'S Tailoring Establishment, GEORGE-STREE^, WINDSOR. Lcb. Miionaio uacd. Fit L>uaranl^ud, i

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

Letters to the Editor. SIR,-With reference to the report in your last issue, con cerning the Richmond Borough Council, I wish you to give me space to inform the cat^Qayers that I will deal with the particulars contained (herein -e« the; day of nomination (Tuesday). Yours, &c.f D. COBCROFT, Richmond. Dear Sir,-I was surprised to see my name appear in your last Saturday's issue in connection with a meeting held at Mr. J. F. Cobcroft's Hotel, to protest against the actions of the Trustees of Wilberforce Common, as I did not know a meeting was to be held, nor have I been consulted before or since on the (natter. Therefore I think the person who sent the report had no right to use my name without consulting me. Yours obediently, L. H. SIMPSON, Wilberforce. Sir,-It has been reported that Mr. Kecnan has beon ask ing the support of many of the subscribers of the Hawkes bury B. Asylum to vote, at the annual meeting, the sum of £350 for an addition to his school buildings. Before sub ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

PITT TOWN. TO LET, A PADDOCK, 40 acres, more or less, known as the Church Glebe, late in the occu pation of Mr. Sydney Johnston. TENDERS to rent the above will be received up to WEDNESDAY, February 6th, to be ad THE CHURCHWARDEN, Parsonage, Pitt Town. The highest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. HAWEESBUBY DISTRICT AGEI CULTURAI ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW, 9th, lOth, and 11th MAY, 1889 IN addition to the ordinary prizes, which have been increased in number and value, Special Prizes have been oflered by the Society's friends for Jumping Contests, Trotting Contests, Flat Racing for Shetlands, Husking Contest for men 40 years and over, Husking Contest for all comers. Pony Stallion not exceeding 13J hands, Spring Cart Horse or Mare, 2-year old Coaching Stallion, Poultry, Dried Quinces, &c. All entries close on 17th April. Send for Prize Schedule. Special Prizes are solicited. C. S. GUEST. . Sec. H.D.A.A., Richmond. Notice. APPLICATIONS will be received by the undersigned ...

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The Water Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

I I The Water Scheme. No arrangement has yet been come to with re ference to securing the land required for a reservour, though the Mayor is in negotiation with Mr. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Dean. Lpst week, W. Sharkey, who prepared the water scheme which has been adopted, spoke at a Protectionist gathering in Sydney, and referred to the price of iron-pipes in this colony. The re sult was the following letter in next day's " Telegraph ".-" Sir,- At Mr. Wright's meeting in the Protestant-hall on Saturday night Mr. Sharkey is reported to have contradicted Mr. Wise's statement that casl-ivon pipes manu factured in the colony would cost more than imported ones. I have now to contradict Mr. Sharkey's absurd statement as to the cast-iron pipes. It seems according to him, he has some thing to do with a large waterworks scheme, and the price quoted by him for cast-iron pipes was £9 5s Per ton. I won't ask how much over 25 per cent, rebate he was to have got, but I will say tha Mr. Sharkey was not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 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 ot 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 medical clinics and universities, the official communication of the Consul-General for Italy at Mel bourne; the diploma awarded international Exhibition, Amsterdam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such, not open to donbt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Siegen, M. D., Professor, etc.: Burning of the right hana through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the band of thirty-years-old patient was completely separa ted and lifted up as far as the ...

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Riverstone Races. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

Riverstone Races. The Opening Handicap, of 3 sovs.-Readen's b m Vixen, gst (Cronan), 1 ; Ward's b m Rapidity, gst 71b (Johnson) 2; Palmer's b m Dream, 7st (Schofield), 3. Other starters : Unknown, Irene, Betsy, Percy Colt, Moses, Ringdove, Marsden Park, The Dream, and Mont-de-Piete. Betting : 4 to 1 against Vixen and Percy Colt, 6 to 1 Rapidity and Unknown, 7 to 1 Mont-de-Piete. Won by a length. Riverstone Handicap, of 5 sovs. - Byrnes, Ringdove, 8st (Byrnes), x ; Cullen's Betsy' 8st lolb, 2. Eight others started. Betting: Even at first, afterwards 3 to 1 Vixen, 4 to 1 Percy Colt and Rapidity, 10 to 1 Ringdove. Won by three-parts of a length. Final Flutter, of 2 sovs.-Rummery's Little Star, 7st 71b (Douglas), x ; Palmer's Dream, 7st (Schofield), 2. Five others started. Betting: Even money Ringdove, 3 to 1 Little Star, 4 to 1 Blue Jack, 8 to 1 Little Dick. Won easily by three lengths. The settling took place at Ireland's the same evening.

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. ------ Listen to me, and if you speak me fair I'll tell you news, indi&erent good to either. Now that the annual meeting of the Windsor School of Arts is fairly over, and the officers for the current year have been fairly installed, it would be well to say a little about that beautiful institution, with the hope that a little enthusiasm will be aroused, and an effort made to put it on a sound basis again. To say the least of it, our School of Arts (! ! !) is, in its present condition, a disgrace to 19th century civilization, and a stand ing reproach to the people of the district, who are responsible for the wretched state into which it has fallen. A glance at the annual report, pub lished elsewhere, will give readers an idea of the extent to which it has been patronised. Instead of being an educational establishment, it is nothing more nor less than a circulating library, and a glance at the most worn and threadbare works on its shelves will afford a very ...

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MR. BOWMAN AT PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

MR. BOWMAN AT PITT TOWN. On Wednesday evening Mr. A. Bowman ad dressed some 200 electors at Baird's .Maid of Australia Hotel, Pitt Town. Mr. Joseph Hobbs was voted to the chair. He hoped all the electors would vote according to principle, and then intro duced Mr. Bowman, who said that it was 12 years since he first addressed them from that very verandah. On four occasions since they did him the honour of returning him. He had not changed his principles to any great extent. Prior to the present election there had been no such question as Freetrade and Protection. It was a great pity that they had been sent to the country so suddenly. If the Parkes Government had bt;en able to carry on for the lemainder of their term t ey would have been able to pass several measures which would have been beneficial to the colony. They had been t:ent to the country, and the question put by the head of the Government was whether they believed in Freetrade or Protection and Payment of Members. In the 22...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

"WATCHES Watches. A. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LIST, POST FREE, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £z ios. (worth /s) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £l ios. (worth 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £4 (worth £&) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. £4 ios (worth £<)) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (worth £10) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £6 (worth £11) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, five years' guaran tee £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 February 1889

il SCIENTIFIC' REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES OK DEBILITY. » NEURALGIA, ''NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE | WEAKNESS i LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY ABE ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A DEBILITATED SYSTEM. CLEMENTS' TONIC IS A. RADICAt CURE Uj which restores all lost power and vigor, whether lost through sickness, worry, physic.il exertion, or any other cause, It supplies the brain with its essential brain food, contains nil material for re novation and recuperation of all ) art-! of the corporeal structure. All the functions of life depend on a healthy animal or ganization. CiiKMKNTs' TONIC i< a posi tive antidote to the causes of all diseases of Debility. See thai you get the genuine ___ article. At 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. # F.M.CLEMENTS. NEWTOWN CORNS ARE POSITIVELY CQRNBANE. CURED BY _ _ If you hare corns upon your toes, So that from pain yon sweat, sir, Apply CORNBANK unto those toes, On which the corns ore set, sir. Tost free, 16 N.S.W. penny stamps, fro...

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NOMINATIONS AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

NOMINATIONS AT WINDSOR. On Tuesday last the nominations for aldermen to fill the vacancies in the Borough were made at the Council Chambors, in the presence of about 150 persons. Mr. Alderman J. T. Smith, Returning Officer, read the nominations as follows:-North Ward: George Louis Asher Davies and Richard William Dun etan; Centre Ward: James Chandler, John Gersbaoh, and Joseph Word; South Ward: John Thomas Gosper and Frederick J. Mortley. Only two gentlemon wore nomi nated as auditors, Messrs. W. C. Ganibrill and P. G. Gallagher, and they were de clared duly elected. Mr. Davies addressed the audience brioflyi and claimed his right to election on the ground that some sensible and careful men were required in the Council. wns twitted with reference to the loss sustained by ,the Borough through a law suit of his Own. Ho declared himself opposed to the present water scheme. , Mr. Dvvastan made a brief but straight spoken speech. He was iji favour of the water scheme, and would advocate ...

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The Municipal Elections. NOMINATIONS AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

, The Municipal Elections. NOMINATIONS AT RICHMOND. Ou Tuesday the nomination o£ candidates for municipal honours took place at the local School ol Arts, the Mayor (J. E. Onus, Esq.,) being presiding officer. There Were about 100 persons present. The following gentlemen were nominated:-For auditors : Messrs. T. H. F. Griffin and F. J. Vindin. There being no opposition they were declared duly tJected. For aldermen : Messrs. D. Cobcrflft, Caleb Crisford, Wra, Mit; hell, Alfred Perry, and P. II. Ridge," '['here being more gentlemen nominated than there wero seats vacant, the Mayor declared that a poll would bo taken on Saturday, 9th instant. Mr. Mitchell then came forward and said that it had not been his intention to stand, but that he was induced by several leading residents.. If he considered his own in terests ho would not have come lonvard. He did not moan to say that he had done anything very great, but what he ha<l done was straightforward, and whatever .votes he had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

BONf AND SHOE WABEHOUSE, iORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. F. \ MORTLEY HAS mucl^aleasure in thanking his friends and the pOblic generally for their patron age during the manVvears he has been in busi ness, and to draw attention to the Choice Stock of Boots and Shoes at^gresent in his establish ment. All goods of the choicestVharacter, manu | factured from the best materialsi\|^ guaranteed to wear well. JUST PUBLISHED. A Most Unique Work on MEDICAL, SOCIAL, AND HYGIENl/ C SUBJECTS. r It contains Information most Valuable in , ^ERVO/S and OTHER DISEASES. * For its Hygfienic Rules are worth its weight in gold. Send your full address, and we will send Post Free One Copy. Write to PROF. R. T. SELBY, Cleveland Street, Surry Hills, Sydney. A Night Class WILL be conducted by MR. YOUNG at the High School, Windsor, on TUESDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS at 8 o'clock ; quarter to commence FRIDAY, 25th January. Terms, &c., apply to Principal, High School, Windsor. \ NOTICE IS he^by given that Meetings of...

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Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

Irrigation. Mr Wallace, the distinguished nat uralist, in his interesting work on the Malay Archipeligo, thus speaks of the irrigation works at Lombock and Balli. He says, " It was here that I first ob tained an adequate idea of one of the most wonderful systems of cultivation in the world, equalling all that is related of Chinese industry, and, as far as I know surpassing, in the labour bestowed upon it, any tract of equal extent in the most civilised countries of Europe. I rode through this strange garden utterly amazed, and hardly able to realise the fapt, that in this remote and little known island (Lambock) from which all Europeans (except a few traders at the port,) are jealously excluded, many hundreds of square miles of irregularly undulating country have been so skilfully terraced and levelled, and so permeated by artificial channels, that every portion *>f it can be irrigated, and dried at pleasure."

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VISIT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

VISIT OF MEMBERS. We understand that next week Mr. G. H. Reid will visit Windsor and speak in support of Free- j trade, and that Mr. Fletcher, or some other pro- ; minent Protectionist, will address the electors in support of Mr. Rose's candidature.

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

Riverstone, The following is the balance-sheet of the River stone Relief Society, presented at last meeting : - Income : By concert and dance March 17th £1 Od, do. April 28th /14 17s, do. May 24th f/> ns Od, ball June 22na £5 rgs, concert and dance August 17th £7 15s, do. September 22nd £j, 10s Od, do. October 20th £6 14s, do. November 24th £<\ 18s, donations £\ 10s, subscriptions /H 8s, in stalment of loan 5s, fee for use of piano 5s, total AG 15s 6d. Expenditure ; To relieving cases of distress £22 10s, printing ^4, ball £5 rSs 2d, pur chase of piano and expenses 3s Qii, expenses paid to musicians £2 15s Od, rent of hall £7. 12s Od, music bought 17s 3d, secretary's expenses, stationery books, Ac., £\ 2s lod, paid for loan of piano 10s, pronerti#»« M c;«iuc ? <- .r . total yf 5r 3s Od. Income £56 15s fid, expenditure /51 3s Od, balance £5 12s. Audited and found correct, F.WHKELER, JAS. Pur.r.rs, Hon. Auditors. Riverstone, January 4th, rHXr). An amateur boxi...

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The. Wilberforce Common. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

The. Wilberforce Common. Mr, Sydney Burdekin, M.L.A., on Thursday morning introduded to to the Hon J. M. Chanter, Minister for Mines, a deputation consisting of Messrs, Edward Bowd, Henry Bowd, E. Cobcroft, C. Cross, T. Maloney, and J. Hall. They were present to submit several grievances alleged to be suffered in connection with the Wilberforce Common, near Windsor, and they asked the Minister to prevent the existing trustees from being gazetted, as they had been illegally elected -the roll not having been duly revised-and as they had neglected their duty by failing to remove trespassers from the common. A numerously signed petition, covering these and other complaints, was also presented, and Mr. Burderkin assured the Minister that the names attached to it were those of men of substance, well-known in the district. There was also a complaint regarding water supply. Mr Chanter observed that a good case had been made out by the deputation, and that the matter was a very serious one, ...

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NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

NELSON. Travelling the Nelson district, an observer has amplo opportunity for exercising his thoughts, by taking notice of many things which occur around here; in fact it is often more interesting and instructive to thus while the time on one's journey, than to indulge in a read of a paper or a book. Independent to many peculiar sounds and cries of bush animals and wild game, which in themselves are highly refreshing, one is treated to scenes which are decidedly novel. The most noticeable and noted scene is the Caddia Creek, which runs through the district, giving a glorious and magnificient benefit to the country. It is also favoured by several miles of a spring tide. This creek extends from Seven Hills to the Hawkes bury River, when it empties itself about six miles from Windsor. About two miles from the mouth a wooden bridge has been erected (called the Caddia bridge) which in its present state is very dangerous, being destitute of hand-railings, only a piece of useless wire twis...

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KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

KURRAJONG. According to promise, I send you an account of the trip to the fox den. We went out last Thurs day, Ttne party consisting of eight. The weather was all that could be desired, and we found the foxes in thousands. I have not seen them so numerous for the last nine years. The firing for the first half day was fast and furious, the gullies fairly re-echoing with the cracking of the guns ; but after that it grew more irregular, as the foxes began to slip up into lots, and scatter about, and as there was not enough men to keep them on the wing, they began to light in the turpentines and other trees on the side of the mountain. As the main den is about two miles long, and in many places covered in vines, you may imagine the seat of work we had in working a piece of country like that, with the limited number of hands available. If we had about twenty men we would have handled them properly, as we could have posted them in such positions up the den that the foxes would not have ha...

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Painful Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 February 1889

Paiiiful Accidents. On Weilm- ;d:iy nvunin^ a most painful accident 1m[t^xinof 1 Id K'nbevt Mar-.il who lias been in the employ of Mr. J. W. Huxley, at Clarendon, (of the past tlirn" years. Marsdeu had Ix^n gardening, rm<l having finished, was getting mar a fence with a rake in hir, hand. In doing this he slipped, and came down heavilj' on the end of the rake handle, which penetrated him in the vicinity of the abdomen. Dr. Cnllnghan was called in, and at once ordered the unfortunate fellow to be taken to the Hospital, where he is now getting on as well as can be expected. On Saturday afternoon last, a fruit dealer from Marsden Park, Riverstone, named Ludwig Braddtnan, was in the act of affixing a feed bag to his horse's head at Thompson's Square, Windsor, when the animal, having the winkers off, bolted. 13raddman was knocked down, and the vehicle passed over him, causing a compound fracture of the leg, of a very serious character. The accident occurred opposite Dr. Gibson...

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