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FRIDAY, 23RD JUNE, 1882 (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, and W. H. Holborow, J's.P.) Infraction of Public Instruction Act. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
FRIDAY, 23RD JUNE, 18S2 (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, and W. H. Holborow, J's.P.) Infraction of Public Instruction Act. Edward Rochester was proceeded against by Henry Evans, the District Truant Inspec- , tor, for not having nent his (Rochester's) son to school, the number of days required by the Act. Defendant's wife appeared for him, and after rating the unfortunate Attendance Officer t il she was «ired, pleaded guilty. As this was tha first case of the kind in Richmond, their worships let the defendant off with a fine of 2s. 6*d,, and 6s. 6d. costs of court.
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, J. E. Onus, R. H. Ducker, and J. Callaghan, J's.P.) Entering upon enclosed Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH JUXE, 188?, (Before Messrs W. Lamrock, J. E. Onus, R. H. Ducker, and J. Callaghan, J's.P.) Entering upon enclosed Lands. Alfred Lawlrr summoned Cornelius McMasters for having entered on his enclosed land at Sally's Bottoms, without permission. Defendant was not seen by Lawler himself, but a witness was called who did see him. Defendant, in extenuation, said that a portion of plaintiffs land was not enclosed, which was admitted by plaintiff, who said that a few panels of fencing had been burnt, and had not been replaced. The Bench taking the ad- mission into consideration, dismissed the case.
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. Alma from St. Albans, with maize, poultry, eggs, and oranges, (Jurd). Emma Matilda from the Macdonald with maize lemons, poultry, and eggs, (J. Butler). Victoria, from Colo, with sundries, (S. Wall). Victory from Odo, with maize, oranges, and sundries (Jjnes). John JIcrbi-rt from Lower Hawkesbury with melons oranges, poultry, and hides. (Woodbury). (¿u&lt;-ru from Portland Head with maize, and sundries, (Kveringham). Empn AS £rom (,\>Io, with maize, eggs, and poultry. (Sait lav).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
HAWKESBURY CMOMCIX,' A WEEKLY PAPEB, Conducted on laboral Principle*. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. AnvERTiSEMESTs received up to 4 o'clock p. on Fridays. Teurs OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. *er Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. 'er Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. " ... 4s. *er Annum " ... 9s. " ... 7s 6 Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : o- , ( Five lines or under ... ls. Single J Ten lines or over 5 2g Ineerüons. ^ KfteenKneg " io ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKLT 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. ï*.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only _be " booked " to regular customers._ MARBLE AND STONE WORKS. GE...
Sydney Markets. Wednesday, June, 28th 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Sydney Markets WuilnosiTay. June, 2*ch 1S82. Oaten Hay inhales (per cwt) 7s. S '..to 8s I Id Oaten " bundles ... 8s. 4(1. to lOs. Od ,, truss ... 8s öd to Os Od Oaten Sb Wheaten bundles 8s. Od. to Os, Od bales 7s. 9d. to 'js. Od Straw in bales ... 4s. Qd. to 5s. 9J " bundles ... ... 4s. 4 1. to Gs. ld Oaten Chair . (J'S. Gd. to 8s Gd Straw do. ... ... 5s. G:l. to fis. lld Maize ... ... 5s. Od. to Os. Od Pumpkins ... ... Üs. Od. to Os. 0.1 Prime Luceme (per lon) «L'S ., to fi) Potatoes . ¿Co I Os. lo £ 1 lOs. lirait. I.s. 7;!, to ls. 8d Pollird . ls. 7«i. io ls. Sd Feed Oats ... ... o>. !>d to Os. Od Putter (}icr lb) ... ls. 8d. to ls. '«ld Kurtrs ( per doz'll) ... ls. Gd. to ls. yd Pow,s Qi; r pair) ... Cs. Od. to 4s. Ol Ducks ... ... ... 4s. Od. 'o 4s. Gd j 8. les at Darling; Harbour, were conducted cn W eil; e-nav, under both the old and thc new system, according as thc fumiers had instructed the auctioneers.
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Richmond. MUSICAL.-Why, weare always musical, and have been for many lone? years ; it only reqnired a guiding- h md, and mind, to bring- ? our harmoniuselements together. .Well, we are fully committed now for a gran I Concert, to take place somewhere about the b -wining of August, in which will appear th.3 whoie of " the members of the It dimond Masical Society, . consisting of some forty members, tight OÍ whom are instrumentalists, and, including - chorus, over thirty vocalists. Herr Hog« _ Alpen, has kindly consented t» t.ke part in - j this Musical Shavoo ; and we m*y »xpect such. I a treat as Itichmond, has never before experi - enced. It certainly reflects great cr'-dit upon. . j the leader of the Society, Mr. J. É. Allen, and latterly, Mr. G. 1). GaHaher, for the inter- est they have taken in bri ig ng/>n the you. ig-r members »f the society .so weil. ODD FELLOWSHIP.-We regret to h°ar that some unpleasantness has occured in cornice- - lion with the arrangement of the B ill,...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
SPARKS. Our own Australian put the coup de grace on the Gentlemen of England most effectu- ally, W. G. notwithstanding. Dan O'Connor, and those asssociated with him in giving a welcome to Trickett, are the real sportsmen, and not those skunks who, having lost their money on a good man, are too mean to give the defeated one credit for having honestly done his best-which I, for one, believe he did. A step in the right direction: The' " Kindergarten " system being introducer! in our Public Schools. Now we want a kind o' srprden system to be- introduced also, sb that "husbandry may be taught : on correct principles. Fancy now, G. R. heading the charge of the Light Brigade against the Stonewalled, t'other night. George's weapons were light,. but keen, and " flashed like falchion ¡ from its sheath," makiug forked lightning -j play round the head ot the enemy. ' adoption of 4 lie proposed wi ter |iie two B*»rVugh~s, will have tie ._,_.îusîng a perpetual unity between inhabitants, then, I s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
FULLER & CO. , Stationers, Booksellers. GENERAL PRINTERS, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR, j Supply every variety STATIONERY AN 1 ) FANCY GOODS VI SYDNEY PRICES. Books for all readers >. X I : JOB PRINTING TX all its branches. N.B.-Noto the address. FULLER AND CO. Hawkesbury Chronicle " Office, GEORGE STREET. "w^rosoÉ. MP O BT ANT NOTICE. To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Ck>ach Builders, etc. ¡ Having at Considerable Expense FITTED UP A SUPERIOR TURNING LATHE AND ENGAGED A ¡ COMPETENT WOOD-TURNER, i I AM TREPABED TO SUPPLY, AZ JREASONABLJE RATES r 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. B Gazzard and Bond, TJLLDERS AND CONTRACTORS, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. c Estimates given for all kinds of work. - S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 0ACH BUILDERS. HACQUABIB-STREET, PARRAMATTA. Double-seated B...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. A. :. '. .. - Sydney.. M . u'.ay, Tuesday, WVdnosdav, Thurs.lav, I ri-lav, S;,:in- i.iy, at ll..'Jo a.m. ami J. 3H p. m. Parrainât r-i ...Monday. Tuesday, We-iiu-sdav, Th n rs - II.. v, li i-lay, Saturday, al ll.-jo a.m. aud 7-30 p.m. Biel.:..l...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs d:\\ Friday, Sa i ur. lay, at * a.m. au J 4 p.m. Pitt Tjivn... Munday, S p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, ...IO p.m.; Tnurs-lay, S p.m.; Friday, Satur- day, ->.l."i p.m. _ ; Wilberforce....Monday, .'1.1 à p.m.; Tuesdav, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m.; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, .'5.1.") p.m. : Saturday, 7 p.m. lucktown...Munday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Riverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at ll.3d a.m. Mulgrave...Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, ac 7-30 p.m. . - Depart tor - Sydney ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at ii.30 a.m. aud 3.30 p.m. Parramatta... Monday, Tues...
Richmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Richmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1882. Present : The Mayor, and Aldermen Cob- croft, Onus, sen.. Price, Turner, Jockel, Pitt, ! Crisford and Kelly. The minutes of last meeting were read aud coufirmed. COTRES PO NDEXCE. From the Mayor, re desirabilia of opening and dealing with tenders (invited by his order) for reforming Burges-street-at a probable cost of £4. Received, and to be dealt with, the other tenders. From Department of Mines, relative to alteration of alignment of portion of West Market-street. Received. Application from A. Leavers for £6, on account of March-street. Received, and re- ferred to Finance Committee. ACCOUNTS. T. Biddle, cartage and traînage, £2 2a 2d ; D. Han Hy, balance of coatract, Bosworth, sm et, £19 12s 3d. REPORTS. From Finance Committee re above accounts. Received, and recommended payments of the accounts., less Leaver's application. MOTIOKS. By alderman Jockel, 1. " That tenders be invited for pruning the trees on the Park, at ja probab...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
1.0CAL AND GENERAL. :ÏOVF.RXHE\"T TENDERS.- A to rion is . :e.l t) advertisement i:i another cdumn, j e diing for temlers for the erection of a ehtss ;c m at the Public School North KL-hmond open until the Gili July. j TENDER ACCEPTED. - For addition to Post and Telegraph Office. Eichmond, W. Tom Ii. ia son. DARLIKG HARB iCrt COMPENSATION*.- These iridis still drag their weary length along, and :c every instance that has yet been decided, the plaintiffs have gone to the wall-which no nest man will grumble at. The lion. John Lucas' case was»commenced on Thursday the .--'nd June, and had not concluded when we &lt; ont to press. i THE. AUSTRAL.-This great ship arrived safely in Robson's BiV, at midnight on Mon , ( uv, 3Gdays from Plymouth, including a de : tention at Aden of 47 hours. This sh p was ; ¡ uilt to steam from England to Australia in \ days-but this voyage can hardly be taken as a fair criterion of her capabilities. Sm HENRY PARKES, having completed^ hi continental t...
PINS. Cum gravo salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 July 1882
Cvnisrauo salis. fr . your last, tinder the heading ojf " Dastardlyyou teJl?of a clerrfytnlñ'f í buggy ïtarness being cut t » uiece^¿ ,a^|l ja cow's tedi being amputated. ' Now, Sir¿ although it might come with bad prace fitom one natned as I am, I should call «uch an act -j Demoniacal, hendish, inhuman-unless, id deed, humanity is not the great shakes some1 i people pretend it is, after ali. Some nineteen hundred years ago men and pigs were equally possessed, at divers times, with devils ; and we are told that the great MAST EB used to turn thenu out wholesale,;and th y used to run howling into the Galilean Sea. We have not heard so much of these gentry since that time-in consequence of the binding arrangement fjr a thousand years, probably - bat it is quite evident that there's an escapee from below, who has taken up his abide in the human form of some biped Up Kurrajong way, and it is only natural that such cii t r of the skunk species should attack a parso i's belongings. 1 don'...