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WESLEYAK METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

WESLEYAK METHODIST. WINDSOR.-June 25th, 11 a.m., Student. 7 p m., ,, RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Mr. W. C. GambrilL 7 p.m., Rev. W. Moore. ENFIELD.-11 a.m., " KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., ,, WiLBEKPoacE.-3 p.m., Student. 7p.m. Mr. A, Simpson. REV. W. MOORE. Chairman of C ii cuit.

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Arrival of River Craft at ! Windsor Wharf. j Empress from Colo, with maize, ponltry, eggs, and sundries, Sanday). Alma from St. Albans, with maize, poultry, eggs, and sundries, (Jurd). Je&nie Lee from Colo, with maize, and sundries. (J. Blundell). Gem from Colo, with maize, poultry, and eggs, (Methcrell). Queen from Portland Head with maize, poultry eggs and sundries, (livcringham). Victory from Colo, with maize, and sundries, (Jones). Victoria from Colo, with pumpkins, and melons, (Wall).

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Sydney Markets. Wednesday, June, 21st 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Sydney Markets Wednesday, June, 21st 1882. Wheaten Hay inhales (per cwt) 8s. 7d.toOsOd Oaten " bundles ... 7s. 2d. to 9s. 9d Oaten & Wheaten bundles Os. Od. to Os, Od Straw in bales ... 5s. 6d. to 5s. IOd "bundles . 5s. 3d. to 6s. 2d Oaten Chaff . 8s. Od. to 9s Od StrdW do. Os. Od. to Os. Od Rye Straw . 5S> 7d. to Os. Od Maize ... ... 5s. od. to 5Sm 3d Pumpkins . Is. Od. to3s. 6d Prime green Lucerne (per ton) £7 " to £9 10s Potatoes . £3 I Os. to £4 10s. £Tn. ... Is. 8d, to Is. 9d ^oliard . Is. 8d. to Is. 9d ¿eeJOats . 3s. 9d. to 4s. Od Butter (per lb) ... 2s. Od. to 2s. Id ££gs (per dozen) ... 2s. Od. to 2s. Od Jowls (per pair) ... 3S. Od. to 3s. Od Ducks. 4s.0d.to4s.6d

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Windsor Markets Th ere is a downward tendency this week again, in some lines. Maize started early in the -week at 5s. 3d, and is now selling at 5s: eggs command a good price, Is. 8d, being obtained for what came up. Fowls sold at from. 3s. to 4s; pumpkins of good quality 5s; and melons, if sound Is; butter 2s ; oranges 3s. Gd ; most of these, however are consigned. Windsor, 23rd June. 1882.

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Richmond. I AN* OTU ra EXCITIMG RACE.-A f mt race ' to ik pi ice last Tliuis lay eveni ig in our iitde Borough-tliis time it w is not the Profess >r and the Aldeim.ni, but between a cecain CIVIC Aulhoritv, and a well known " Boy in biue." The " Boy" got, by a longway, the worst of the start, but as hN opponent was carrying, not only superflous beef, but a heavy cargo of spirituous liquor, he was overtaken and licked to the goal. This race caused far greater excitement than t'other affair, which was quite tame in comparison. TERPSICHOREAN.-Our School of Arts is again lo echo f irth the joyful strain of music to which the feet of the lithe and gay, wiil beal time (at least, it is hoped they will) in the merry dance. As the night the gyrations of the wakzers will take place, is press night, we cannot say further, but will give full particu- lars in next i-.sue. Mcrsic-Euteipe should, by right, take preceedance of Terpsichore, bnt as it is down so let it stand. Well, on all sides we ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL. CORONER'S INQUEST. AN inquest was commenced on Monday. th<» 12th instant, before the District Coroner, Mr. J. B. Johnstone, J. P., oi the body of the late Dr. Pelham Gordon. The jury empannelled were Messrs. D. Holland (foremin), R. Turn»r, J. Li Idle, 8. Greenwell, J. Gough, C. M. Mills. S. Gow, W. Hull, J. Underwood, H. Perry, H. Packam, and J. Ross. Senior-sergeant Fitzpatrick assisted the Coroner In his examiuation, which was hell at tile late doctor's residence, in Macquarie Street. Marie Y. Gordon deposed : That she was the w fe of the deceased, whose name wai Henry Pelham Gordon ; they had been in the colony since December last, and lived happily together ; deceased enjoyed good health generally, until these last few weeks ; he hvd sometimes complained of pains in the region of the heart ; he had been away on horseback, and had re- turned on Thursday ; since then he had complained of fatigue and weariness from riding, but had made no complaint to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

FULLER & CO., i Stationers, Booksellers, ASH GENERAL PRINTERS, GEORGE STREET. WINDSOR, Supply every variety STATIONERY FANCY GOODS AT SYDNEY PRICES. Books for all readers JOB PRINTING iïr all its branches. N.B.-Note the address. FULLER AND CO., " Hawkesbury Chronicle " Office, GEOfiGE STREET, WINDSOR. TMPOETANT NOTICE. To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense FITTED TJP A SUPERIOR TURNING LATHE 1 AN*O ENGAGE« A [ COMPETENT WOOD-TURNER, I AM PREPARED TO SUPPLY, AT REASONABLE RATES : Finials, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c., &c., TO ORDER, AT SHORT NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TURNERY WORKS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. Gazzard and Bond, T>UILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. Estimates given for all kinds of work. S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COACH BUILDERS. MACUUARIE-STKEET, PARRAMATTA. Double-seated Buggies, from.£36 to ...

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Poetry. A SCARCE ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Poetry. A SCARCE ARTICLE. A coiiiiiion-seuse young gin ; A decidedly rare young giri ; I Slav at home uigüt, Do «hat is right, Help-her-old-mother young girl. A hard-to-find young girl ; A reailer-ui-Lict young girl ; Au extia-poeticai, Anii-£e->;hctical, Care-notning tor " Fayres" young girl. A minus -her-bangs young girl ; A show all her brama young giri ; With an unpovHercd tace, ü.ic t.'iaL t1 MI'* ¡<i,c'c. "_* A dress-;ji-lier.Health jong gin. An e^j-in-Uio-uioiiiUig young girl ; A help-With-the-waSli youug girl ; One ti.at can ruo, Notairaid oí the tub, A roll-up-her-sleeves young girl. A quiet-and-modest >ouag girl ; A sweet aad pure youug giri ; g All upiiglu, ambitious» Lovely, delicious, A pride-Oi-tue-hoine young girl. A remarkably-scarce young girl ; A v erv-uiucii-wa.ited young girl ; A tiulv Austiallttll - Noue of vour " Baly"-un, " Daughter Oi Moah" joung girl ! -" Wrecker " in Cumberland Meicury.

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THE Buwkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

THE Miraiktslmrrç Cjpnirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TURD A T, JUNE 2U, 1882. THAT the public are awakening to the fact that our State Schools are not quite what they ought to be, or was intended to be, is pretty well evident to anyone who chose to look beneath the surface. There is too much gilt and tinsel, and not enough of substance in the teaching of to-day. More children are taught, we are willing to admit ; but we' are doubtful whether they are better taught ; and in saying this we in no wise find fault with the teachers, but with the system. The fact is, the teaching is overdone-that is, too many subjects are crowded upon the young mind at once ; and those few things that are most essential to the pupil's benefit, are swallowed up, as it were, in a mass of un- necessary rubbish that may never be of the least service to them in after life. We re- member, very well, the performances of boys some thirty years ago, and we willingly admit that they knew very little compared to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

[ADVERTISEMENT.] THE BARBER'S DOG. I have travelled the country round and round, I have met nien that would cheat and robj But they are not so bad as the vagabond, who ¡So cruelly poisoned the barber's dog. A scoundrel he was, of the lowest typo, Euli of black viii.my and deceit, That roeibed Hie poor Hog oi hi» Hie, jj y giving hi.u poisoned mea.:. Though the barber's dog was fond of him, lie; was destined io callie to grief ; It was not in daylight, out at dead hour of nigtit, He got this poisoned piece of beef. Now, Jack knows well, but he will not tell vVno il.d tuis a nlaeioa» ile.i ; And a native biacK. Would scoiu auch au act, Although he has no creed. Jack would rather he had been challeuged out He would have takeu it as a lark ; It would have been more mauiy, than in revenge, To poison his dog after dark. The low bred hound that done this deed, Lives by the saw and plane ; If he does survive he will never thrive, For he no livelihood should gain. If ever you go on the walla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

Td*¡ HAWKESBURY CHROÏTICLE,' A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on 1/iberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office:-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. Teaas OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. Gd. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. ,, ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : ei i ( Five lines or under ... Is. ."^ñíl, < Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Insertions. i .".». ,._ ," "_ Fifteen lines ,, 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. /"One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. J. Two " ,, ... 10 0 ( Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. ?r-B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booke...

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KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 June 1882

KURRAJONG. DASTARDLY ACT.-On the l6th instant, some evilly disposed person or persons broke     into the stabie of the Rev. J. ¡Shearman, at the parsonage, Kuirtjong Heights, and wantonly cut the tracks, breeching and other   parts of his buggy harness. so as to render it     unfit for use. It is also reported the tail           of his cow was cut. Semor-constable     McNeiily is endeavouring to find out the per-   petrators of these outrages, and it is to be hoped that they may be brought to justice,     for such things are a disgrace to a civilized community. The harness in question was   of a superior kind, and had been presented to   the rev. gentlemen by some friends of his in New Zealand. Every well disposed person in the Kurrajong sympathises with Mr. Shear &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Borough, of Windsor. TENDERS FOR LICHT1NG STREET LAMPS. TENDERS ere invited from parties willing to Light the Street Lamps, and keep the same clean-at per Lamp. Tenderer to find Kerosene Oil, Burners, Glasses, and every- thing necessary for lighting, according to Specification, to be seen with Alderman Primrose, Chairman of the Committee for Works. Tenders to be Kent under cover to the Mayor before 7'SO p.in of Wednesday next, the 5th July. Also, for Ten New Street Lamps, to be erected according to Specification with Alderman Primrose. Tenders to be sent into the Mayor before 7'30 p.m. on Wednes- day, the 12th July. By order, R. TURNER, Council Clerk. Windsor, June 29th, 1882. Department of Lands, Sydney, 19th June, 1S82. CROWN LANDS PASSED AT AUCTION, AND OPEN TO SALE EITHKR CONDITIONALLY OR UNCONDITIONALLY. IT is hereby notified for general information that lists showing the Crown Lands winch may be purchased under Section 25 of the Lauris Acts Farther Amendment Act of 1880, can n...

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EVERYBODY'S PET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

EVERYBODY'S PET. Another little wave Upon the sea of life ; Another soul to save, Amid the toil and strife. Two more little feet. To walk the dusty road, To choose when two paths meet The narrow and the broad. Two nore little hands To work for good or ill; Two more little eyes, Another little will ; Another heart to love, Receiving love again ; And a« the baby came, A thing of joy and pain,

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Poetry THE PRINTING PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Poetry THE PRINTING PRESS. Hearts of iron and fingers of steel, Clamp and lever, and clog and wheel, Clink and clatter, and rattle and din, The long night out and the long night in Woe and weal to-morrow ! Feathers to fall with the weight of the dew, Pangs to sadden the long life through, Roses and thorns to fly on their way, And thoughts of the years and the waifs of a day, Hope and love and sorrow ! Fiends that grin with a demon joy, Delight with humans to tamper and toy, Every clamp on the molten bed ls a dream, a hope, or a promise dead A chill to pulse forever ! The days and months and years go by, Till th« prophet angel leaves the sky For the mirk y room with the rattling wheel, Its clink and clog and touch of steel, Its band and seam and lever 1 And side by side in the rolling press, To curse, to cheer, to crush, to bless, The angel and demon ever wait; Shaking the very doors of sta'e, And thrilling through the nation ! Hark, how the monster throbs and groans, Creaking bis ir...

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GRAND INTERNATIONAL JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

GRAND INTERNATIONAL JUVENILE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. To the Editor. SIR, Wfll you kindly allow us, through your columns, te address a few lines to the young people on behalf of the intended Juven- ile Exhibition, to be opened on the 9th No- vember, 1889, in the Garden Palace, Sydney? YoUMfi FRIENDS,-The Schedule of Regu- lations and Prize List is now published for your information, and we hope you will care- fully read them through. Tn drawing your attention to it, allow us tell you great care has been taken in framing them ; mush attention has been given to embrace ad supposed articles that may be prepared for Exhibition. But should any omission s have been made, or any part not quite clear to you, apply by letter or personally to the Secretary, who will give you every information If yon desire to exhibit any articles not enumerated, it can be entered in Group 23. We hope every young person, who is able, in your district will make an attempt in some form to prepare an ex- hibit, and...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 27TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Messrs, W. Dargin, R. Dick, and J. B. Johnstone, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Windsor Police Court« TÜESDAT, 27TH JUMB, 1882. efore Messrs, W. Dargin, R. Dick, and J. B. Johnstone, J's.P.) j Emily Gunn, was charged with having threatened to drown herself. From the evi- dence of Constables Brook, and Gilbert, and defendant's husband, Edward Alexander Smith Gunn, it appears that her husband left her at home on Saturday morning last, about half past 9 o'clock ; some time afterwards he saw her on the river bank, and when she saw him she hid herself. He then gave informa- tion to the Police, who weat in search of her, and at length discovered her on the bank of the river near Rickaby's Creek. When Con- stables Brook and Gilbert, came up to her she said, " she was looking for a place to die," and " if she could get away she would drown herself after dark that night." She after- wards said *' that she had done nothing, and didn't intend doing anything." The Police did no arrest ber until Saturday afternoon, when they took her up for protection, as she had been wande...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Railway Time Table Leave SYDNEY fur Riverstone Mnl<rrave | 9.0 A.v. ; 5.20 P.ir. Saturday add.v Windsor )? 1.45 P.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All Claren.lon j set down at Clarendon.) Richmond j Leave for SYDNEY' from Richmond...7.15 A!M.; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., (j.40 P.M. (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don.) Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.6 P.M. (3.5:2 P.M. Mulgrave."7.37 A.M.; 7.4 P.M. Riverstone...7.52 A.M.; 7--<» P.M. Blacktown...S.IS A.M.: 7.5S P.M. 4.1!) P.M. 4.31 P.M. V.59 P.M. Saturday add., Saturday add., Saturday add., Saturday add.,

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Windsor Borough Council THE usual fortnightly meeting was held on ou Wednesday the 28th June, 1882. Present-the Mayor, and Aid. Primrose, W. Gosper, Simon, J. T. Gosper, Collins, Robertson., and Davies. Miuutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. C. Hole respecting a resolution passed at the Public Meeting, re Wattr Supply, hoping the Council would give it due consideration. Received. From Charles Pitt, requesting that a wood bridge be put to the approach of Mr. Wilkin- son's house, Newtown. Received and re- ferred to Works Committee. From J. Holmes, giving notice of erecting a fence round hi* property in Charlotte and Tebbutt-streets. Received. From I. Bushell, calling the attention of the Council to the bad drainage irom her house in Johnstone-street. Received ACCOUNTS. Sundry accounts, amounting to £52. 3s. were referred to Finance Committee for na} ment. REPORTS. From. Finance Committee was received and adopted on the motion of Aid. Simon, secon- de...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FOUBISH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882

Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FÜCFI-.H SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Wixnsou. j liomin.: Service, ll a.m. I . H-l.v O.m. s an«l ll a.m. > REV. F. W. STRETTON. Eveiiimj; Service, 7 p.m. ^ ( "m'Mren's Service. School-house, 3 p.m. OLVbfcsDALH. 3 p.m. J K. Brown.

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