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PRESENTATION OF PRIZES TO CADET CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
PRESENTATION ÖF PRIZES TO : CADET CORPS; ; OK Saturday afternoon the prizes won at the late rifle contests of the Public School Cadet Corps aud Artillery Cadet Corps were prer seritsd to tho winner?, at the Exhibition Building, by Mrs. Palmer, wife of Alderman Palmer, in tho presence of a considerabe numb r of spectators. ' " " Mrs. Palmer then presented the prizes as follows :r 1st Match.-1O0 yards. Seven shots each at 100 yards, with smooth bore carbines. Score. Cadet Pender, Windsor. 21 Sergeant Ezzy, Richmond.':. 19 . Sergeant J. Wood, Windsor. 16 Sergeant Travis, Richmond. 16 Quartermaster-sergeant Threlkeld, Windsor. 15 Cadet Turnbull, Windsor. 15 Corporal Freeman, Windsor. 15 Cadet Hall, Windsor. 15 Cadet Mullevrr, Windsor. 15 Quartermaster-L eu. Price, Rich 1 mond. 15 Lance-corporal W. Allen, Richmond 15 . Corporal C. Etherdon, Richmond. 14. Sergeant Holmes, Windsor. 14 2nd Match.-Five representatives from each school. 100 yards. Seven shots with smooth hore carhines. Prizes...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
4ÄP0H^«8^°J«3 at St. AïbftnsC on tbe reunited in ti. win for ¿he former »y «igh* runs; After ¡the' match, the contestants ad jonrned; töf fe. Dèlindef =e, t frhere ample justice iras done to a very good dinner. Ç^CA^MAcDO»Ai,D.^Pifst Innings. vMitó^rí:«;'DongÍá8, b iL öftos.» * 4 >T. Fernance, b W. Cross....!......... 3 Gavanotigh, b*H. Cross.....-.*......... 20 Baker, b H. Cross.;... 2 Daniels, b W. Cross. 5 McFarlane, b H. Cross...... 0 Perry, b H. CTOBB....».. 0 Waters, b W. Cross. 0 Bailey, mn out. . 9 ft. Ferfia'nce> no* ont. 1 Dean, run out.¿........ 1 Sundries........ 1 Total......,.&lt;v..v...^.;. 46 CENTBAÍ. MAODONALD.-Second Innings. J. Fernance, c Starkey, b H Cross.. 22 Daniels, b H. Cross. 2 Baker, b H. Cross......... 0 Cavanough, run out.» 2 Waters, c A. Cross, b H. Cross.. 2 Bailey, b W. Cross. 5 G. Fernance, c and b W. Cross. 7 Seiender, run out. 2 * McFarlane, not oat. 2 Dean, b H. Cross.. 1 Perry, b W. Cross,. 1 Sundries.. 3 Total.. 49 Fir6t Innings.....
A QUEER HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
A QUEER HORSE, THERE is a ret*'red trainer named Long, says ; the San Francisco yews latter, residing on a j small farm in Alameda County, who lives j for nothing else but the pleasure of being ¡ near horses. He eats his meals in the stable j often-times passes the night in the same stall , with a favourite pony, and among his equine [ pels is a mare who whinnies in answer every time he speaks to her. Our informant re lates that the most perfect understanding evidently exists between Mr. Long and at least three out of the five hoVses in the i stable. Two are recent additions ; but even in their case the same affinity is seen in a lesser degree. ! The training of horses, their obediance, docil'ty, and tricks in a circus are no novelty. All of ÜB have seen a horse fire a pistol, stand on two legs, waltz, lie down with its trainer, and perform a hundred acts of sagacity, but these' are simply the result of patient training and systematic correction. What Mr. Long claims is far more ast...
[?] [?]VALIER NI[?]ETTI: [?] MI[?]CHT. A THRILLING NARRATIVE. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) MIDNIGHT IN LODGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
MIDNIGHT ÏH ,3Ç,OPÇtIKqS. ; g^il* Hâve you ¿one J$J commission?* Í^^Jie^nsw^WÍ.:.. t '.. fui . . . She/jUadj pome nearer to hini.as she spoke, lind 8boif^d^^ur||edlyii ' Are? certain jthat we liave ñoj, met since" we saw each other 1st timo when the Chevalier Nigretti aíti at aja EugJteh. priest to ad i; ^4V%»gk%*^l^ wq^tlOw, .what, thB chiidjaß^ . Wjs.-. t alt..J0M-hto4í%tíkerGhurch F lie saífl^after a pause ; I have left ii. ^ You see, I am so child-like to that I. had áó persuasive power, mid not believe in hie-. But t ani keeping you from that which belongs to you. Your earrings:have produced twenty. English rponnds.' . . ,1 * .Less .,the money you paid for the false " earrings V ' No,' he said, softly. ' I have brought the twenty poiïnds in gold-the coin looked so handsome. I ventured to biiy the false I earrings with my own money, if, for tho sake j. of obi acquaintanceship, you will accept them.' , ::.f ... Ehe:-laughed her rich, broad, womanly ?igfjjyrasilo looked at the lit...
WINDSOR POLICE COURT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY [?]. (Before Messrs. [?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
WINDS^FPQLICE COORI Fm DAY, FEBRUARY i ( Before Messrs. J^^H^jg ,iui.ii charges-"^^H constable, a^^H pleaded guir^H was tined lOlH oJl'onco, and 20« oium^cy^Mtttt« W^^V^U^m^ti^fS^t Hhe expiration of CBUBLTY to ANIMAIS. ] Patrick Gleeson 'tros -charged with iU ireating tiro horses hy keep'ug them in a dray for 7 honra without food or water., . Defendant,pleaded guilty; and explained, that the cause of this was the delays bf busi ness. The Serjeant said that it occurred whilst the defendant was drinking from, one public-house to another. Fined 20s. and fis.. 6d. costs, or seven days' gaol. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Alexander Savage pleaded guilty to insing obscene language at Pitt Town on the 3rd instant. Fined 5s. and 6s. Gd. coets, or 2Í hours' gaol; ; ASSAULT. -, j , James Curl waa charged with Insulting j James H^Öey, junior, on tho 3rd instant, at Pitt Town. .Refendant pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Neilson. ' ' I Complainant said that defendant came up to him on the Lagoon ...
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. TUEÜE was a meeting of the above at half past 7 o'clock on Wednesday last, for the purpose of electing a Mayor for the ensuing year. The Mayor (Mr. John Ducker) pre sided, and the following Aldermen were present :-Kelly, Parker, Everingham, Onus I sen., Pric6, Garling, and Tomkinson. Alderman, Onus, sen. proposed,-" That Aldeiman Garling be Mayor for the ensuing Ï1 year." ian Kelly seconded the motion, ian GarliDg was the only candidate, therefore, unanimously elected. OUDIKARY MEETING, rdinary meeting then took place. The newly-elected Mayor, Alder ker, Onus, sen., Tomkinson, Kelly, rkcr, and Everingham. MINUTES. inutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. ? HEI-OHT. Ihairman of the Finance Committee ight up a report, recommending thc of Mr. M» Power s account. iiiiiilrii Ducker, seconded bf Alderman Kelly, was received And adopted. The Council then rose.
SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
SYDNEY ITvtCLlS CÜRRENT. [ÖV TlíLlíOItÁPII.J . Mr. Witliam Inglis reports tlic follow ing February 9th. ¿ s. d. £ s. d. -]fch OoVs, each... 5 0 0 to ll 17 6 Calves....... 0 8 6 2 6 0 lambs. 0 5 0 0 15 0 Pigs (alive). 0 10 G 3 0 0 .Suckers. 0 G 0 0 14 0 Turkeys, per : air... 0 12 0 18 0 Geese " .... 0 7 G 0 10 6 Ducks " .... 0 4 6 0 7 0 Fowls " .... 0 2 0 0 5 G Butter (roll) lb.. 0 0 7 0 1 1 Lard... 0 0 7 0 0 8 Eggs, per doz. 0 1 1 0 1 3 Maize, per bushel.. 0 2 9 Ô 3 0 Wheat " ... 0 4 0 0 5 0 Oats " ..... 0 2 4 0 2 9 Potatoes, per cwt. ..0 4 0 0 4 o' Pumpkins, per doz. 0 2 0 0 4 0 -fla|5;*®Mm;fy ton 3 10 0 5 5 0 Lucerne ,, 3 10 0 4 10 0 New Wheaten Hay 3 10 0 4 0 0 Straw . " \ 3 0 0 4 ,0 0 Hides, each. 0 8 0 0 1 4 0
ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
ARRIVALS OF UIVER CRAFT. / Hard Times ( Everingham), from Lower Portland, with meious,-poultry,1 and sundries. Cecilia (Hayman), from Colo, with.melons, mi i fowls. . 1 ¡Sir . Andrew Agnew (Woodbury)', from "Wiseman's Ferry, with melons, poultry, and sundries. Emma Matilda (Butler), from the Mac donald, villi maize, and sundries. Telegraph s. (¡Scott), from the Macdonald and intermediate places, with 10 passengers, maize, poultry, eggs, fruit, and sundries. Eva 6. (Jones), from Colo, with maize, poultry, eggs, melons, and sundries.
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP ENGLISH MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP ENGLISH MAILS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. Leave Sydney. Arrive Sydney. Fri., Ulli Feb., 1877 Wed., 3lst Jan., 1S77 " «JHi Mar.. " " 28Ui Feb., " " 6th Apl.,' " " 28th Mar., " ,; 4th May, ,. " 25th Apb, " " 1st June, " " ¿3rd May, ,, " 20th June, " Correspondence must be posted in Wind sor the night before the steamer leaves Sydney. _i -1
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
There is little or ho difference in the price of maize this week. It sold at 2s lld hy weight, but a great many holders will not take that price for it. At Sydney it is worth Ss for good samples. At Melbourne it is steady at 4s, but the demand is trifling, and Only confined to trade wants. At Windsor Ikood poultry is saleable, but inferior will Fhriug duly.low prices. Mr; George Davies reports havitig sold fowls at 2s 2d ; 2s Cd imd 3s 2*1 j eggs, K nr.d ls 2d ; oats, 2s 9d; »inehms, from Sd to ls 2d; hides, 3¿d ; and grapes at Ij-d to I^'l. One cnop of fowls hy tho Eva (s.) t rought 3s 3d. There is large inquiry for store pigs.
JUDGMENT RENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
JUDGMENT RENDERED. A MAN was sawing wood in a back yard in' Salt Lake City. Ho severed two sticks asf thick"as your wrist, and then went into'the' house. ' Mary,' said he to his wife, 4 my country needs me ; there's no use tfllking, we must go' to slaughter all these Injuns. No true' patriot can be expected' to hang around a' woodpile thëBe days.4 ... * John,' said his wife/' If you fight Injuns1 ' as well as yon' saw wood and support your" family, it Would- take one hundred and ! eighteen' like you io capture One squaw, and you'd have'to catch her when she had the' ague, and thiow pepper in her eyes.' John went bick to the .woodpile^ wôhder-*' ; ing who told his wife all about him;
THE BEST IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
THE BEST IN THE HOUSE. BARNEY O'G. was an amusing little Irisman who kept a choice restaurant in a business neighbourhood and his principal patrons were therefore business men. They not only patronised him liberally through the week, but, as his place was on the general thorough : fare to the post office, it was surmised that they steppedwjto see him on Sunday also. t At any rate^^roch clinking of glasses and popping of coriss was heard in Barney's place on the Sabbatn. as on Secular days. There was a churcu just round the corner-a rigid Presbyterian congregation-:and several of its members complained to the authorities of Barney'6 doings and the police were ordered to suppress them. Strange to say, the officers could never 'get their dots on him,' as the expression goes and finallv reported that thc accusation was unjust and that he never sold liquor on Sunday. The church folks, however, knew better, and one of them who had considerable faith in his own shrewd, ness declared himsel...
SINGULAR PROPERTY OF TOMATO LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
SINGULAR PROPERTY OF TOMATO LEAVES; ? . j THE following is a translation from El j Mercurio, a \ aper published at Valparaiso ! S.A. I planted a peach orchard, writes M. Siroy of the Society of Horticulture, and the trees grew very strongly. They had'but just com menced to bud when they were invaded by the curculio (Pulgón), which insects were followed, as frequently happens, by ants. Having cut some tomatoes, the idea oceured that, by placing some of the leaves around the trunks and branches of the peach trees I might preserve them from the rays of the , 6un, which were very powerful. My surprise was great, upon the following day, to find the trees entirely free from their enemies not one remaining, except here and there where a curled leaf prevented the tomato from exercising its influence. These leaves Icare fully unrolled, placing upon them fresh ones from the tomato vine, with the result ol banishing the' last insect and enabling the trees to grow with luxuriance. Wishing io ca...
UNAPPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
UNAPPRECIATED. .ne mue engineer u m AND then, with the sad-eyed mule with par abolic spine laboring in advance, the little' street-car wéft't on its way. The engineer was socially inclined, and so wo fell tímate converse. ' Don't it require a good deal more to steer a mule than it does to horses ?' 1__ * Yessir, you bet 1 You see mewile ferent from bosses ; you've got to know 'em' to git along with 'em. Let a green hand take' that yere mewil an* he'd go to kavortin* around and gittin' on his ear, and raisin' h-Ito an extend that would juat more'n1 ^ amaze you 1' ; * He don't look like that sort of a hair-pírf -he's too melancholy. What's he grieving? about anyhow V 4 I'm thinking he's in lovo and is kinder1 disappointed, somehow. You know how it; is with mewils. They're orful sentimental* and-falls in love jest like atty other critter ;: but there don't seem to' be any satisfaction in' it, somehow. The more he's in love the wuss* he seems to feel.* * A case of blighted,- unrequited'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
Fon AGE jPOK TM¿ IPOJJCE. IjjjGXICE ts iiereby ^iîéû, that Tender? Jil will î)e received at this Office, until 1 Uw m of,Tuesday, the 27th February next, i for furnishing the supplies undermentioned, I m such-quantities as may be required, during i twelve calendar months from the 1st April, 1677, upon the conditions hereinafter specified. At the foot of every Tender there must be a memorandum signed by the.party tendering, ¡inti two responsible persons as. sureties, agreeing to be responsible for the due perfor mance ¡pf thelcontract in the event of the Tender hoing accepted, and undertaking, in that event, that they will severally execute and,deliver, within fourteen. d&lt;it/s from the usual notification of acceptance, a bond to Her Majesty, for securing such performance, otherwise the Tender will not be taken into consideration. Ko bond will be required if thc whole simply will not exceed in value £150. The Tenders to contain the names of the Tenderers and their sureties,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 1877. Highland Farm. Wm. Gosper Has received instructions from Mrs. GARDI NER, to sell by Auction on Saturday, February 10th, 1877, at Mr. Leddra's COURT HOUSE HOTEL, Bridge street, Windsor, at 2 o'clock; 6/*V ACRES OF. LAND, \J situate in thc Parish of Nelson ; bounded on the one side by Mr.. James Clark's land ; on thc other side, by Mr. M'Guire's land ; on the front, by the Pitt Town Common; on the back hythe Nelson Com mon- with a never-failing supply of good water, and an abnndauce of good timber ; the winde enclosed by a good fence. For further particulars, apply to W WALKER, Solicitor, Windsor. Terms at Sale. The Treasury, Nov South Wales, lölh" January, 1877. Contraéis for tim E*efi!*âË«» fc¿rvlc©¿ CoUNTKY DISTRICTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will he received at this Office, until \ anon cl Tuesday, the 2 7 til February next, for ! furnishing, un account of the Public Service, ! tho supplies undermentioned, in such quanti ties as may he re...
The Australian. Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
M.t-pia cst, verilin, ut prevaU'Iiit. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 1877. Tun va m oval of the schoolmaster from the .Denominational School at Wilberforce with out any previous notice, has caused some ex citement-the result has been that a petition to the Council of Education is being- for warded, asking for the establishment of a Public School there. Thi.s is a stop in thc r'ght direction, and one that is warranted, fro:n previous experience?. As a general rule, thc teachers in Denominational Schools aro but of mediocre ability, as any good man is taken away from them and promoted to a bettor school tinder the Public School sys tem. Knowing this, it would be folly to submit to such a rotten system any longer^ While we condemn thc one, wc cannot rpsak very favourably of the other : all that we are prepared to admit is,-that it is the tbest we can get at present, and are, there fore, compelled, perforce, to accept it as an instalment of belter things to come. Had the Government acted with...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
3D oto u CalU, - "j NOMINA 11 i\s ron AJ.DIS.LMÍÍN.-On Tues? flay Ja*!, tire odieial 'S ona nations for Alder III,-n fir lin.; boroughs of Windsor and Rich »ti-usi] to..k ji.acc. 'There being only thc re jiiii'.ii huiiilior of Caudrdaie6 who " stood if ) ;,i Kichinowl, viz. . Messrs. I'rice. ii^ . Mn.! EvL'i'iiighaui, those gentlemen wore declared elected. At Windsor, tb ere are feix persons Nominated, J?iz. : the two re tiring Aldermen, Messrs. Gospcr and Moses^ and Messrs. Dean, W. Primrose, P¿ Carroll, arid Mortley. The polling takes place to day, and it is anticipated that there will be a sharp contest, although it is believed that Messrs. Gosper, Moses, and Deàu "will be returned. POLITICAL.-It is understood tna£ ajprom inent member nf the Opposition will' move at an early date that the business of the session be confined to thc dealing with the Estimates, and the Electoral Bill. WINDSOR BRIDGE.-As many persons are a trifle curious as to what amount was real ised for the right ...
CHAPTER V. MIDNIGHT IN HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 10 February 1877
CHAPTER V. MIDNIGHT IN HIMSELF. \ SIR HEGEL had,become a widower. Lady Aukslay had died in giving birth to a son and heir, and " the erening papers were just publishing the news. The lady had died ari hour after the last midnight post. Lady Aukslay , had. been compelled to . marry for the title. She was nobody by birth, btit à very clever, kind, gentle-hearted, gi l- . . ; ... .. . . A yoting fellow in the City went all to the bad when he heard that, yielding to her up start father's.false, blind pride, bhe consente tb and did marry the Baronet, who was more than a quarter of a century her senior^ r She|iiever had one happ*y moment after. She löst her lover fbi* ever ; and; indeed the Alderman, her father, did not find any pe culiar pleasure iii taïkiug of ' my lady, my daughter,' while he soon discovered that his sem-iu-law tvas ashamed of him. j ^at^rlÎfègeî;^uW^vW- toucîr f^^n^ cipal an'd wwii inièfiqàèsti^nâblè^Mnd^ öfffe; Venge fieIßaand iiiimlelf cbnsôîèd.: " ; \ ' " His daugh...