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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

iS^V^TETlES.; - 33ie gossip In Masonic circles over the TOihiioation of a atoiy to the effeflt that title, tsicuwl liodge of Scotland had been called upfflsito discipline two of its members for permitting two woman to witness and over hear a part ofttie ueitmony and proceedings eiia, Masotiip lodge while In session recalls: the legend of the only female Mason. la the qffioepf the grand (jecretary of the grand ic^ge, in the Masonic Temple, New York, hangs anoil painting of a woman dressed in Masonic regalia. It -was presented to Oolong Ehlere, and is a potrait of the Hon. Aid worth. She is said to have received &>otit the year 1735, the first and second degrees of Freemasonry in Lodge No 44, Doneruile, Ireland. Mrs. Aldworth (utt Elizabeth St. Leger) was the youngest nfrHd and enly daoghter of the first Visoount Doneraile of Ireland. Daring the master ship of Lord Doneraile, brother of J^jCra. jUdworthjthe meetings were held at Doneraile House, his residence. The lodge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

« i I^B SCIENTIFIC^ REMEDY FUR ALL DISEASES OF DEBILITY. a NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE WEAKNESS LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY ARK ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A. DEBILITATED SYSTEM. _. CLEMENTS'TONIC I Is A i] RADICAE CfSG at which restores all lost powi-r and vtgor, whether lost through sickness, worry, physical exertion, or any other cause. It supplies die brain with its essential braiu fooii, contains all material lor re novation and recuperation of all parts of the corporeal structure. AH the function* of life depend on a healthy animal or ganization. Ci-KMKNTS' TONIC i-a posi tive antidote to the causes of all diseases of Debility. See tlia-> you get the geuuiua article. At 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. F.M.CLEMENT:. NEWTOWN P fl D HI 0 ARE POSITIVELY T55- CORN BANE. If you have corns upon your toes, So tliat from pain you sweat, sir, Apply COUNBANE unto those toes, On which the corns are set, sir. Post free, 16 N.P.W. penny stamps, from F, M, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Dental Notice. Mr. Willoughby, SURGEON DENTIST, VISITS Windsor on the LAST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, and remains for ONE WEEK. CONSULTING ROOM: "THE COTTAGE,* ROYAL HOTEL. . Messages left at the Royal Hotel, or Mr. Dick's, opposite. D R. SPEE H'S AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 42 MARGARET-STREET, (Between George and York Streets), P.O. Box, 920. SYDNEY. P.O. Box, 920. Established for the Scient fie and Speedy Cure of CHRONIC, SPECIAL, AND NERVOUS DISEASES. AS a test, Dr. Speer will send a trial bottle oi his Medicine free of charge (carriage ex cepted) to any person applying to him, who will give full particulars of their trouble. This will demonstrate his unbounded confidence in these wonderful remedies, which are only known to him self, and which for over two years have achieved such unvaried success in his New Zealand practite. All applicants for a trial bottle of his medicine must enclose a 2d stamp for reply. ROUSE HILL AND RIVERSTONE MAILS. A LICENSED SOCIABLE leaves ROUSE HILL daily, Sunda...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889. Navigation of the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND (JSajette. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, ;889. ?"Let the journalist defend the doctrines of the party which he approves; let him criticise and condemn tne party which he does not approve: reserving always his right to applaud his opponents or censure nis friends, as the truth may require-and be will be Independent enough for a Free Country.-GARFIELD. Navigation of the Hawkesbury. JJowthaJt Mir. Alexander Bowman has been returned to the Assembly, we would like to call his notice to a matter which requires immediate attention, and one to which he has hitherto given little thought. That is our river. It is not necessary to go into particulars with reference to this ques tion. Any person who desires to see the extent to which a once noble stream has .been neglected has but to visit the wharf and, at low tide, gaze across the huge /stretches of sand which block the channel. Mr. Bowman knows as well as any man ithe stafte of the stream, and the loss which, .year by year, is ...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

t Letters to the Editor. SIR,-Many like myself want information, and perhaps you can give it. First; Whether it is the correct thing for a returning officer to allow speechifying on the hustings, other than bv the candidates, their proposers ami «*cr,ml-:rs ? Secondly : Whether a returning officer is justified in leaving his post before all the returns (within a reasonable time) are in? Third: Whether it would not be more courteous to the electors for the returning officer to give a rough statement of the poll before leaving the polling place; or, at any rate, vouchsafe some information to an anxious crowd before going home to tea ? And fourth: Whether it is proper for a returning officer ta announce later returns from the balcony of a public house, known to be the head-quarters of one of the opposing candidates ? A lot of simple tons like myself would like to be informed on these matters just out of curiosity, if nothing else. Yours truly. ONLY A CLOD. Windsor, February 19th, 1SS9....

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Windsor Borough Council. A special meeting was held on Tuesday, 19th instant. Present: The Mayor {Aid. Mortley) in the chair, Aid. Dunstan, Fitzpatrick, Smith, Marr. COMMITTEES ELECTED. The following Aldermen were appointed on the several committees for the current year, viz : Works: Aid. Marr, Dunstan, and Smith. Finance: Aid. Fitzpatrick, Primrose, and Ward. By Law : Aid. Marr moved and Aid. Dunstan seconded that the whole Council form this com mittee. Aid. Fitzpatrick moved as an amendment that the committee be composed of the Mayor and Aid. Smith and the mover. The amendment was canied, and the original motion lost, after some discussion. Lighting committee to be composed of the chairman of the three several other standing com mittees. Treasurer: Mr. W. H. Dean was appointed unanimously, on the motion of Mr. Aid. Smith, seconded by Aid. Marr. Aid. Smith was appointed to sign cheques, in conjunction with the Mayor. The Council Clerk was appointed to act as a valuer for the curren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

OTTE STOCK-TAKXITGr SALE HAS PROVED A GREAT SUCCESS. ONLY 8 DAYS MORE, and it will, as far as we are concerned, be a Thing of -the Past. For the remainder of the sale LOTS OF GOODS AT COST PRICK Clearing Lines at Half-price. REMNANTS VERY CHEAP. ALL WE ASK IS THE FAVOUR OF A GALL. E. BOARD AND COMPANY, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. TEY JAMES' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing & \ It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds of Skin Day. This Soap can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt w g Diseases on man or beast-such " as Sores, Bums and Fresh Water. Q ffiSiT> c* -n i r- . ~ <! Y5i '3 ' l^a(l k cet and Greasy Heels in Horses,. The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or-New- % 1 WM S /*§i 1 At r . n . or w 7. . r-j " . , t ' . i to.-, £ /'f 1 X Man^e in Dogs. Also for Curing Blight on Frui< Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest ^ V\ ' j -r^ \? and r lower 1 recs. injury. J u. Sold by all Grocers, and 'Wholesale at the Warehou...

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

DECLARATION OF THE POLL. On Monday the official declaration of the poll ?ivas made at the Court House by the Returning Officer, J. B. Johnstone, Esq. There was a large number ol electors in attendance. Mr. John sione read the result of the poll, which was as follows: Bowman. 133 106 Win 1;or Court House Odd fellows' Hall Titt Town Wilberforce Richmond Syriney Wiseman's Ferry Riverstone .. En held Kurmjong Diiral Month of Colo Upper Colo Rouse Hill Putty "51 Below we give a table showing the votes recorded in the various elections 13. st.inds for Bowman, M'Q. for M for Griffin, P. for Primrose, and R. for 18B2. t885. 1887. B. M'Q. B. M'Q. B. G. 123 309 119 z6z 113 129 142 159 157 130 135 *33 78 65 85 87 92 60 102 98 lis 49 110 34 Windsor Richmond Wilberforce Pitt Town Riverstone Sydney KiifieM Kurrajong i'pp< : Colo 45 5W 93 93 74 86 nu nil 33 gi 44 50 *4 54 11 59 a6 68 49 63 36 67 57 Rose. 84 76 49 72 76 34 3° 62 6 8 2 20 16 9 4 548 number of since 1882. .Quade, G. Rose. ...

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The Hawkesbury Election. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

The Hawkesbury Election. At length the contest for the Hawkesbury seat over, and few are sorry that it is so. The greatest interest was manifested in the fight, and both parties did their utmost to secure the victory. Messrs. Carruthers, J. F. Smith, S. E. Lees, D. O'Connor, and Colonel Holborow, M's.L.A., did good work on behalf of the Freetrade candidate, whilst Messrs. Chanter, Howe, Melville, W. J. Allen, Townshend, A. D. Nelson, Kippax, and Pemell used their utmost endeavours to secure the return of their champion, Mr. Rose. Friday evening was very lively both in Windsor and Richmond. On that day Mr. Rose worked like the proverbial nigger. He spoke at five different places. Mr. Carruthers addressed a large assem blage at the Fitzroy Hotel at 8 o'clock, and Mr. J ohn Meeks followed him, the interruptions being frequent. Mr. Rose spoke at the Royal, and at the conclusion of his speech started oft for Rich mond. He pulled up opposite the Fitzroy, and there met Mr. Carruthers, whom...

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Richmond Police Court. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21st 1889. (Before Messrs. Lamrock and E. Pitt) AN ELECTION BRAWL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Richmond Police Court. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21st 1889. (Before Messrs. Lamrock and E. Pitt) AN ELECTION BRAWL Edward Blake and Joseph Ashton for riotous behavour at an election meeting on Friday night were mulct in small amounts. The former also pleaded guilty to resisting the Police at the same time and place, which bit of pleasure cost him two shillings.

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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE Town.-Quiteness now reigns in Richmond, where last week all -was noise and excitement. The general election caused more excitement in and ar6pnd the town this year than it ev«-did'/at any previous one, but after the arrival of the successful candidate from the decra tion of the poll on Monday, of course accompanied by a large number of his supporters, the " fun " ceased, and now scarcely a word is spoken concerning it. ACCIDENT.-Whilst a young fellow named William Johnson was listening to an election address on Saturday last near the Royal Hotel, one of the discon tented created a disturbance, and before Johnson knew where he was he received a heavy hit in the face, resulting in a broken jaw. He is now nearly allright again. BUGGY ACCIDENT.-On Wednesday last Dr. Helsham left his horse attached to a vehicle standing in Mrs. Jockel's yard, when a lad on a tricycle made his appearance. The horse took fright, and in making through a gate the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

HAWKESBUBY DISTRICT AGRI CULTURAL 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. CH ERE! If you 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. tSr* Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. COMING. COMING. TO "WIUDSOK;, FOR POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY Fitzgerald's Great Palace Circus and Equescurriculum & Broncho Ponies. The greatest Show on e...

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Riverstone. Much to the surprise of both the Freetraders and Protectionists that Mr. Bowman topped the poll by such a large and triumphant majority. It was anticipated by both parties that it would be a close contest. Mr. Bowman was predicted to head the poll, but was not expected to get such a large majority over his opponent. A wager of 20 to i was laid here that Mr. Bowman would not head the poll at every polling place of this elec torate, so the layer only just saved himself, as Mr. Bowman was only beaten at one polling place throughout the electorate. Mr. Rose has evidently made a name for himself, and it is almost a certainty for him to be returned for some constitu ency next election should he be nominated. The good templars will give an entertainment tn the Temperanoe Hall on Wednesday next, the 27th instant. A brother from Sydney will also give a lecture, the subject being, " 70,000 miles of ibeer barrels." Despite the excitement amongst the electors of this portion of the ...

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A Serious Shooting Case. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

A Serious Shooting Case. On Thursday about noon the residents of the lower end of George-street were startled by the sound of a pistol shot, and a number of persons rushed to the house occupied by Jane Davis, at the corner of Catherine and George Streets. Here a man named John Wright was found with a recently discharged revolver in his hand, and with blood oozing from a wound in his left side. Dr. Callaghan was quickly on the scene, and with the assistance of the police, had Wright removed to the gaol, where his his wound was attended to, and an attempt was made to extract the bullet, but without success. The bullet, it appears, glanced in an upward direction, striking the ribs, and lodging, it is supposed, somewhere in the region of the left breast. Wright, it appears, was an ex-policeman. Some years ago he met Miss Jane Davis, to whom he represented himself as a single man, although he had a wife and family living. After some time they were married by the Rev. Mr. Garnsey, and liv...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

WHAT WE HEAR. That the Hawkesbury Benevolent Society was inaugurated on December 31, 1818. That the first regular annual report was read and approved January 8, 1838. That at one period, about 1840, the society was in difficulties, being at one time actually in debt to the treasurer Mr. Thomas Tebbutt, to the extent of /231 14s 6d. That one case of personation occurred at the Sydney polling booth for the Hawkesbury, when a man named Drayton was voted for by a stranger, who escaped. That an electioneering row took place in George street on Monday. Court work will be the result. That Mr. Rose will contest the Hawkesbury never more. That a little money was lost over the recent election. That only five aldermen turned up at the special meeting meeting of the Council on Tuesday evening. Why is this thus ? That the GAZETTE has stirred some people up, and will make things journalistic hum in the future. That Mr. T. Rose is to be banquetted ; Mr. Carruthers ditto. That Mr. Mitchell does int...

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THE SONG OF A SPRING SILENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

THETSONG OF A SPRING SILENCE. A week ago the little wood Grew logy with the larches' bloom : The violet and primrose'brake The dusky cover's winter gloom; A week ago the huntsmen swept By wood and cover, stream and fall; And one went first; oh I where is .he Who led them all 2 The long dun-coloured plough lands lie Quiet and sileut to the blue; .Pasture and mead and l&ue are still, > No hound or huntsman passes through; ' The soft hours wing themselves away. The mare stands stamping id her stall; She waits in vain ; he its not here . Who led them all. The little wood may leafy grow, He will hot watch its gradual green; The -birds may btiild, iixe flowers blow, And All thing* be as they have been ; The year may circle to its close, * w30ift«wttllowi»ily,-$he leafage fall, The huntsmon meet; but he is gone Who led thfm all. For cold anddeep is now his bed Who loved the stretch, pf hill and^lain; And nerveless now his hands are clasped That lived the grip of whip and sein ;....

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SPORTING. ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

SPOKTING. ATHLETICS. To-day a handicap footrace, arranged by Mr. Buckley, of the M'Quade Park Hotel, will be run off on the park, and as the entries are good, a large attendance is anticipated - Attention is called to the advertisement in another column having reference to the £\o Shef field handicap, to be run on Mr. J. Huxley's cinder track on Saturday next. Entries close on February 26. TURF. Races will be held at M'Grath's Hill on Satur day, March 9th. The programme will comprise : -Flying Handicap of 4 sovs, distance quarter of a mile; Killarney Handicap of 5 sovs, distance half a mile ; Forced Handicap of 3 sovs, distance quarter of a mile, for all winners, optional to losers. Entrance 7$ per cent on amount of prize. Entries for Flying and Killarney Handicaps close before 9 p.m., on 6th instant. Races start at 1 o'clock. Mr. A. Town's horse, Sardonyx, is progressing as well as can be expected, and it is now believed that he wi'l thoroughly recove". Races will be held at South ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

ODDS AND ENDS. - . A new dog is coining into fashion inLondftn It is a Tartar-fox terrier. - His ooat is ai&jr, smooth and rid, with markings at head and ?tail. He is good teinpecied. ' . *?&???' . " . , Miss Keane(to handsome ^oung jAjpeiciiin) ?-4 Oh, doctor, how do yort do ? t *bu look killing this evening J' -Young physician (quietly)-' Thank you, but I'm not; Fm ptf duty, don't you know.' -^ Druids Magasihe. '' . ':l^ ".l 'i ' Veryatrong old lady-( watching the tiOfis fed)-'' Pears to me, mister, that ain'talar^fc pieoe o'meat far seah Ananitnal.' Attendant (with the greatest and inost stupendous dhow of politeness onearth)-*1 s'posa it <loesfieeUl like a small pieoe of meat to you, ma'am, but it's enough for thelion.'-Life. > >?->/' Miss Riohpurae ^despondently)-* 0b, Edward ! if II could only know for certain j»u loveme and notiny mtfhey. I -would be your wife.' Mr. Haxdpan (eagerly)-Tfllrt me, Eleanor! test my honesty i' Miss iRkth {pnrse-...

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Bill Nye's Budget. A RINGING SPEECH IN HERCULANEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

Bill Nye's Budget. A RDTOINO SPEECH RS HEECTTLANEUM. Under the direction of Professor Pasqual Piazzi, of Naples, who ia in New York on business connected -with the purchase' of a scientific outfit for a young college in Italy, a Very remarkable experiinent was macle ! Thursday evening last at theprofesspra'slod giugs, and ia the preaenoa of but |wo guests, viz^. Dr. Trank S, Browne, of Toronto, and the writer. ' It segxw, that while examining yety care fully the two thousaiiJLa rolls or volumes of manuscripts discovered in the ruinsof Her culaneum in 1760, Professor Piazza, last March, came upon^sheet of metal resembling tin-foil, which had been her^tofore regarded as a lining to one of the bases containing the manuscripts, but, which, upon closer exami nation, Ihe professor. found to be not only loose, but slightly indented here and there over nearly its entire surface. On Thursday evening, .ior the first time, ha^ng suooeedei in getting a phonographic cylinder exactly correspondin...

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Spring in Palistine. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 February 1889

" Spring in Palistine From some points of view the-spring1 may baoaid tobpgiain Palestine, as soon as, the first autumn shower fall, but the progress of ? vegetation during what we call, the winter months is not rapid. Few flowers were oi|.t on the twenth of November, the Merendsra' bemg, perhaps, the one most likely t» attract notice. In December two crocuses, the can eeliatus and the hyemalis, became abundant. At Christmas the beautiful and sweet-scented Narciasus tazetta was in full flower, but it is by no means very common in the immediate neighbourhood of Haifa. A very beautiful cyolamen, I think Alepyicum, wm flowering everywhere on Tabor in the last week of the year, long before it came out in any quantity atHaifa. I am inclined, indeed, to think think that Haifa is, for some reason not clear to me, rather a late pl&u©. The flower most abundant on the hill above Nazareth in the last week of December was | thelarge daisy, Bellis sylvestria, but I saw great, nosegays of...

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