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Windsor Borough Council. JUNE 14th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
Windsor Borough Council JUNE 14th, 1882. Present-the Mayor, and Aldermen Lins ley, Primrose, W. Gosper, Simon, Collins, and Davies. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. co RRESPOXDENCE. From Colonial Architect's Office, promising to asphalt in front of the old Telegraph Office, in George-street, on the usual terms. From Mr. C. Hole, stating that the com- mittee that had been appointed at a public meeting to enquire into and report upon a gas supply for the town, were prepared to move in the matter of a water supply also ; they did not in any way wish to interfere with the plans of the Council, they simply w'shed to know if that body intended going on with the matter, Letter received, after some discussion ir. winch Aid. Primrose stated that, as far as he was concerned, the Council had no inten- tion of shirking this question, as had been made out in a local newspaper ; for his part he was in favour pf a water supply, but did not feel himself bound to the '*Mo...
Richmond Borough Council. JUNE 14th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
ïtickmcmd Borough. Council. JUNK l4th, ls8-_\ Present tl>.e Mayor, and A'der::¡en C dicrofr. Price, Onus s 'nr., Pitt, Crisford, ad Kelly-. Minutos oí Inst meeting were read and con- ti-tu d. CORRESPONDENCE. From, Mr. Loa.', Bink nf X. S. V."., and L'nblic Instruction Department, rekerbing and ./OTT. ring. Were received, on th ? motion of Aid. Cohcrolt, seconded by Aid. Kellv. From tile M-mager ot the Commercial Bank rc silting up of tho hine stone gutter at the in ; .Section of West .Market and Windsor- street. FoeeiVed, on the motion of Aid. Cobcroft, ano ie. liv. From, J. T. Smith, re footpath, in front of ids property. Received, 0:1 the motion of the j -ame Aldermen, and tkat the matter be at- tended to. j Application from D. Handley, for £20 on account of work, done in Posworth-stroet. iVo; osed by Aid. Cobcroft, and seconded hy Aid. Kelly, that the account just named be reierrcd to the Finance Committee." ACCOUNTS. I). Handley, day labour, £\ ; Waller, do. Tis; W. R. Price,...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
WE S LEY AX METHODIST. 7T.NÏ>=OR.-Jan..- ls:.I:, ll a.m., Itv v. \Y. Moore, 7 p.m., HiCtmoXD.-'¿ p.n.J.. ßer. \V. Moore. 7 ¡..ai,. Mr. T, Andersen K-.ÍIEI.D - Il a.ia., Mr. .A. Simpson. bA, EU A JO Nu.- l:\A p.m., Mr. T. Anderson. VVLLBEUFOECE. - 11 a.m.. Mr. W. C. UamürilL 7 p.ni. Mr. U. Turnbull. 3:;tTÍWOETII SWAMI*.-3p.m-. Mr. ii. Gambrill KEV. V, . MOORE, Chairman of Cil cm/.
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. A ? - A i f »rn i- .:. ;? .. .-naiday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, i¡: .. . Sai arday, at 11.30 a.m. ¡ind 7-30 p. ni. j', ri.;-.. . ? ...Munday. Tuesday, Weduesday, Thurs t'.i.y. iiiiay, ¡Saturday, ai 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 . . j. ..Mond.iv, Tuesday, Weduesday, Thurs '-'-ay, Saturday, ai S a.m. aud i p.m. :... .Mii.nl.'iy, á p.m. : Tuesday, Wednesday, 0. 1.1 | .ia.; Thursday, S p.m.; .Friday, Satur &lt; ,y. I.", ...:.¡. Y i v .? ... .''leUilay, 3.1.") p.m.: Tuesday, 7 p.m. \- '.: y, '->.\~) \>.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. ! . 3 I.") p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. j ' ' .. Monday, Tues.¡ny, Wednesday, Thurs d -y. i'.l.iay, Sarurday, at 11.30 a.m. . . :...->.iv, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thurs . . y, : .'i 1..V, Saturday, ai 11.30 a.m. : : . ... .!. .^lay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thuxs . . . &lt;¡ y, Saturday, ut 7-30 p.m. h ; .... .un !ay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday . y, arduy, at (i.3o a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Í'. ; ...a...-iuuday, Tuesday, Weduesday, Tüurs 1....
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
Richmond. TM . ....( :f.t 'T ha &lt; h..&lt;-n v&lt; ry raw f.rul iin c- > ' .'i'-- ..! !:??-.., attriuu-d with rain, which i : ? :». ?" i>; u&lt; hmg for an early nobbier i:. ' l t L l>i-;tir still, a bot coffee shop v. ' . it . .....¡.I « rm his inu--r man. IMPROVEMENTS.-Kerbing and guttering i« >. -., g.ii,:^ .ai, and the whole-extent of the Polic ' quarters Court House, and Post Oiiiee K M' \v being laid willi asphalte. We hope t'.ie Council will soon make tbe opposite cornr at the Commercial Bank twin to the i. h. ;. -o t ;t that enterprising company may proceed with tar pasement-which we have IL ? ...eabt li'.ev «viii &lt;!o without much asking. At ti.e Term:!.us, work is proceeding better ; an I we are informed, the contiactor is confi- dent of faithing the work within the speci f '! . xvn-dou of time. Mr. Onus' second .shop wiil be ready for first tenant in a week &lt; rt .-.o, and then such a display of saddlery "l...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
SPARKS. It is no wonder the weither lias been of the wettest lately, when we consider tho constellations of intellect, of wit, add ele- gance we have had in our midst. TSe.se m|ist have, afre'ted old Jupiter l\uvius ever, more than the stranger comet that is now hovering about in our neighb ni rho >d-well, a few million of miles or so away. You see, the rain feii on Wcdncsdav, just when the high jinks commenced. Mid ii. creased, as the wit af m:said. flowed in com- pany with Krug and lioierer. It was sud at the Temperance Meeting t'other ni;jdit, that the teetotal i zed seamen now sang decent son^s, and made sensible speeches, instead of the senseless stupid u-ter- áticos they indulged in before, while under the influence of alcohol. Did the speaker eyer read " Noctes Ambrosiana? ? :' if not, he should, and he would then see the fio»1-- oí wit that emanated from the wine s «¡den brains of Hogg, Tickle and Chri-tophí r North, enough to show, at any rate, that col 1 I water cannot ...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 6TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Mr. R. Dick, J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDETLY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, Oin JUKE, 1882. (l^iore Mr- R. Dick, J's.P.) bltUfiiK AND DISOR DETLY. Frederick Ho.vinar), charged with being drunk ?Ail.) disorderly at tlie Railway Station, ..a.* eau'io;, and discharged. Same j arly for cruelty to a horse, was fined IC»., or -io hours imprisonment. Fine paid. TI:¡: RIVAL rt.-MEN, Pa'ri.k I; yan v. Thomas Conroy, for in s i.t.ng a..&lt;: anu.-he iauguage at the Rai'way Sta ion 01 Saturday nignt ord instant. Wit ir---Os ff'V' ctii.ed aneJ case proved. Fined 2s. *'.d, at: : Ts. ^d, costs. Thomas Conroy v. Patrick Ryan, a similar Hiv,- .insu..' oat of the baine circumstances. Fined in tiie flame amount and costs as défen- dent ia the previous case. Hawkers Licences were granted to Patrick Gallagher, Janies Phillips, and David Rowland.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
LOCAL AND GENERAL. ANOTHER SUDDEN DKVTII.-This time it is l.'iio death of Dr. fi. Pelham (jordon we have to chronicle. 'I he dcce ised gentle-ran was round dead o i Sunday hy his wife, on her re- turning hom ', after an absence of a little over an hour. There was s -"ie!l,'ng strange about Ids death, and the cor n -r, Mr. J. R. John- stone, held ¡ni im-ucst on Monday, which was adjourned un il Mon lay next. Ta" deceased gentleman was only oS ye.¿rs of age, and during Ids short roddeiv-e autong tis had won general respect. He was interred in .St. Matthew's cemetery on Tu'sdav-the Kev. !'-. Keenan reading the ni :s ¡nie service, after the service of th ? chnrcii was concluded. There were a num rms following of the brotherhood, as wi as pnvae iudividua's. LlCF.N'srX'u-T.'i" qua:-terly meeting of the Lieei.sing B-urd will be held at Wilberforce, 0:1 thc Ti i h Julv. THAT DP.KDCK AGAIN.-The edit ;r of the Australian luis been good enough t > give us tiie lie diiect, in the matter of w...
THE Buwkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 June 1882
üfliulífSuttq Cijroirirk AND FABMERS' ADVOCATE. ¿ : SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882. IT has become chronic, now-a-days, to abuse Sir Henry Parkes-not only by a large section of the Press, but members of Parlia- ment and private citizens also join in this senseless vituperation-for really, we can call it by no other name-as if everything that th© Premier did was for the injury of the colony and the people. As we said, members of Parliament join in the general howl. Some of them, it is true, may have just cause of complaint against Sir Henry, for actions of his, committed in days gone by ; but we tail to see their patriotism when they permit private prongs, or petty spleen, to occupy the place of caira reason. The last exhibition of this kind was at the ban- quet, the other night, when Mr. Alexander Bowman, the member foríhe district, went very much out of bis way to sneer and poke fun at the colleague of the distinguished old veteran he (Mr. Bowman) is pleased to edi his friend-apparently, f...
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, J. E. Onus, and J. Callaghan, J's.P.) DEUNK AND DISORDERLY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
EICHMOND POLICE COURT. [ FRIDAY, I 6TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, J. E. Onus, and J. Callaghan, J's.P.) DEUKK AND DISORDERLY W. J. Kelly, was charged by the police with having been drunk and disorderly] in [Lennox street, on the previous evening (Thursday). It appears that owing to a distu rbfnce at the house of the defendant, the police were sent for, and upon arriving there met Kelly, who rushed out in an excited manner, threatening to take his wife's life. The police were compelled to secure him to prevent violence ; and took him to the lock- up. Defendant pleaded guilty, and the Bench inflicted a fine of 5s., winch was paid.
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
SPARKS. Suiely, some people are asleep : The "Camden Times" eiys:-"Mr. Garrett, one of our members, won his case against the Government. Verdict returned for £8,710." Now, this is funny ; but perhaps the S} dney papers don't circulate up Camden way. A country paper says :-" During the 11 weeks preceeding the 1st of June, the Colac Meat Preserving Company purchased 290,OOO rabbits, and another dealer bought 50,000 skins. Th«î district is now almost cL'ar of the pest." Now, that's what I call sensible - putting vermin to a good use ; by and bye, we shall hive to treat hares in the same manner-see if we don't! The great Dauvid mad«* his oration on the Liberator oa Saturday ; and consideriug he claimed to be a pe&lt;soaa! friend of Giuseppe/s one caa afford to pass over his extteme I warmth, in a kindly spirit. i It occurred to me, however, that the Lieut, Governor was just a little out of his element. Such a conservative old fogie wouldn't fore- gather with a colonial Garibaldi...
PINS. Cum grauo salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
PINS. Cvm grauo salis. Some men are never happy. The carpen- ters of Sydney are now on the rampage for eleven shillings for eight hours work. Not satisfied with talking a lot of rot about not being able to live upon £3 a .reek, they must need sling mud at the brioklayers, and brick- layers' labourers. " A. bricklayer," say these men of the chisel and plane, " can learn to handle a trowel in six months, and then earn 13s or 14s a day, while it-takes us six years to learn our trade." Then they make out that the bricklayers labourer earns 10s a day -which they dont. Now, I'm "*Hot going to fight the battle of the brickies-which they are quite able to do themselves-but I do protest against these attempts of mechanics, or craftsmen of any kind, at imposition, con- sidering, that of late years, all journeymen in the building trades have been excessively paid for their labour. I said all-well, I'll qualify that, something. Bricklayers labour- er's wages have been about 8s a day for some ti...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridav, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta... Mouday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Richmhnd...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurso day, Friday, Saturday, at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. / ' Pitt Town...Monday, 8 p.m. ; Tuosday, Wednesdays a.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 8 p.m. ; Friday, Satur- day, 3.15 p.m. ^ Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. laektown...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Riverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Muhrrave... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thors day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Depart for Sydney...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at 6.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. j Parramatta...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-1 day, Friday, Saturday, at 6.30...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
Railway Time Table. Leave SYDNEY for 1 Ri /erstone Mulgrave | 90AV,5 20PM Saturday add , Windsor !> 1 45 P M Sunday, 12 15 A K. (All Clarendon | set down at Clarendon ) Richmond J Leave for SYDNEY from Richmond 715 AM, 3 54 pa. Saturday add, 6 40 P M (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don ) Windsor 7 27 AM; 46 PM Saturday add, 6 52 fir Mulgrave 7 37 A M , 4 16 p M Saturday add., 7 4PM Riverstone 7.52 AM, 4 31 P K. Saturday add., 7 20 PM Blacktown 818 AU , 4 59 PM. Saturday add., 7 58 p M.
FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
FARM AND GARDEN. WHEN we consider the cost of dome of the most important necessaries of life just now, and ''n such a fruitful district as ours, it is time people laid their heads together in order to see the;r way to a remedy. This season is bad, and next year may be the same, and the next, and so on ; and we shall still be paying famine prices for what should be within the reach of the poorest-which jusj; now it is not. , It is not credible to our cultivators that butter an article so essential in most families-should be selling at something just under half a crown a pound. It is not, by any means, necessary ; but so long as people will slavishly depend upon Nature doing all, instead of man J doing a part, there will be no improvement ; for as sure as ever a few months of dry weather comes, and grass is scarce, so shall we have a falling off in our milk and butter supplies. And yet, there a*e people who are continually blathering about exporting butter to England : from where, wé ...
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882
COURSING. I THE result of the Coursing on Saturday last, at Fairfield, was as follows : - Dark Cloud beat Nizam Drake " Velox Gem ,, Viuco Ginger " Wizen Hoppieker " ^pn'g Caller Ou " Vincus Bismark ,, Kel ¡io Lascar ,, Cliuinniy Rajah ,, Lady Cabman ,, Robinson Crusoe 1ST Tits. Drake beat Dark Cloud Ginger a Bye Hoppieker beat Caller On B lamarck ,, Lascar Rajah ,, Lottie Cauman a Bye 2ND TIES. Drake beat Ginger Hoppieker ,, Bismarck Rajah ,, Cabman 3RD TIES. Drake beat Hoppieker R-j .li a Bye and in runnings olí, Drake was vviimer.