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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondents are reminded that all com munications sent to this paper for publication must be accompanied with the real name and proper address of the irriter as a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertak: to return rejected correspondence. The Editor does not hold himself respon- sible for the opinions expressed by corres- pondents. While inciting free expression of opinion, he reserves to himself the right to omit anything of a personal nature, or in any way calculate! to cause iii feeling.
Railway Time-table. (CORRECTED TO DATE.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Railway Time-table. (CORRECTED TO DATE.) Leave SYDNEY for Ulverstone "^ Mulgrave | 9.0 A.M.; 5.25 P.M. Saturday add., Windsor )? 1.45 P.M. Sunday, 12.15 AJÍ. (All Clarendon j set down at Clarendon.) Richmond J Leave for SYDNEY from Richmond...7.0 A.M. ; 3.45 P.M. Saturday add., 6.45 P.M. (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don.) Wind8or...7.15 A.M.; 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., 7.0 P.M. Mulgrave...7-24 A.M.; 4.9 P.M. Saturday add., 7.11 P.M. Riverstone...7.42 A.M. ; 4.27 P.M. Saturday add., 7.25 P.M. Blacktown...8.20 A.M. ; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M.
ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. WINDSOR-June 26th, 7.30 a.m., Rev. S. J. A. Sheehy ,. i, 7 p.m. " " RIVERSTONE, " 11 a.m, ,, "
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-26th, 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., Rev. H. Hack. RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Rev. H. Mack, ,, 7 p'm., Mr. T. Anderson, ENFIELD-11 a.m., Mr. Hunt, Senr. KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., ,, WILBERFORCE.-11 a.m., Mr. W. C. Gambrill, " 7 p.m., Mr. Turnbull BUTTSWORTH SWAMP.-W. C. Gambrill REV. H. MACK, Chairman of Circuit.
Arrival of river Caft at Windsor Wharf. TUESDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Arrival of river Caft at Windsor Wharf. TUESDAY, JUNE 21. Victoria, from Colo. Maize and Poultry, (Ward.) Queen, from Lower Portland. Maize, poultry and Sundries. (Everiiighani.) WEDNESDAY, 22ND. S.S. Telegraph, from the Macdonald. Maize, &c. THURSDAY, 23BD. Industry, from the Macdonald. Maize and sun- dries. (Daniels.) FKIDAY, 24TH. ¿ngenora, Colo. Maize, Poultry and sundries. (Sandys.) Gtta, from Colo. Maize and Sundries. (Mctherell.)
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Windsor Markets. There is no very great difference in the state of the market since our last issue. Maize is plentiful, and still commands a fair price. Oranges have a downward tendency, and poultry very low. Quo- tations as under : Maize (new) from . 2s. 6d. to 2s. 8d. Melons . 2s. 3d.to Os. Od. Pumpkins . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Fowls . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Geese . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Ducks . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Eggs . Is. Od. to Is. Id. Lemons . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Butter . Is. 3d. to Is. 4d. Oranges . 2s. 6d. to 2s. lOd. Lucerne Hav . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Chaff " . Os. Od to Os. OcL Straw . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Windsor. 24th June, 1881. _ I
LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
LECTURE THE Rev. G. Woolnough, M.A., President of the Wesleyan Conference, lectured in the Wesleyan Church, Micquarie-street, on Mon- day evening, the'20th inst.. the subject bring Modern Discoveries in Palestine, Egypt, and Assyria. After prayer and a hymn, the Rev. H. Mack moved Mr. John Busby in the chair ; after which the same gentleman read some financi;il items in connection with the Church and its Sustentation and Extension Fund. The rev. lecturer opened his lecture by re- lating some very humorous anecdotes, and spoke of his early days in Windsor-some eighteen years ago. He then tripped very lively through Palestine, from Dan to Beer sheba ; dwelt upon the splendid emotions that must necessarily fill the explorer's soul as he upturned the long-hidden relics of the past history of that famous land. The Temple of Solomon was described in glowing words ; and the recent discoveries at depths below the present city of some eighty feet had done much to establish, from a materialis...
Windsor Police Court.! MONDAY, JUNE 20. (Before Mr. H. H. Becke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Windsor Police Court.t MONDAY, JUNE 20. (Before Mr. H. H. Becke, J.P.) Francis Madden, drunk and disorderly in public streets on Saturday night last. Fined 40«i or seven days. Same : obscene language, 60s or three months. Took it out. TUESDAV, JUNE 21. (Before Messrs. W. Dargin and H. H. Becke, J.'sP.) William Clout, obscene language. Fined 20s, 7s 4d costs, or seven days. Paid. Same : drunk at Rouse Hill. Fined 2s 6d, 2s 6d costs, or six hours. Paid. Edward Clout : drunk at Rouse Hill. It being defendant's first offence, the Bench were disposed to be lenient with the defen- dant, and fined him Is, 2s Gd costs, or three hours. Fine paid. Edward Engall : breach of indentures. This lad is an apprentice of Mr. Barnett, cor dul manufacturer, of this town, and had ab- sented himself from his m ister's service. The Bench ordered the la ! to jfo back to his ser- vice, and cmtioned hi n t lat he was liable to be locked up in sohtar\ confinement if he ap pe ired ht lore them agiin (B fore Me...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL. OURSELVES.-Our Richmond friends will be good enough to accept our assurance, that certain personalities that have appeared in our columns, are things of the past ; ami we beg to express our regret that annoyance should have been caused to any one. 11 is extremely difficult to draw a hard and fast line in these matters ; more so, to know what will offend -seeing that no two persons are alike in opinion or sentiment. However, we shall try our level best to do what is right-and, as offensiveness is not the right thing, we intend to avoid it-if possible. We also beg to inti- mate that our late Richmond correspondent, Mr. John Back, has ceased to have any con- nection with this paper. And as we want to do things in the most amiable manner-our constituents are reminded that we have no correspondent now ; and that if little troubles should arise, they will know who to wire in at -ourselves. FOOTBALL.-Windsor Grammar School v. Redfern Etons.-A match was played be- tween t...
Funniments [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Funniments "What is the best uniform to ii_rlit in 7 ' asked George IV., of a gallant I,iii .ni t. Is- man after the battle oí Wateiloo. ".shut sleeves, your Majesty," respondí d the in in. Those who have little are alvvn-. r iii to strike an average with those who h t\e iiiU'di. " For what am I," he said, in a coin r-. i tional way, to his Sunday-school c1 tss of little boys, "but a something filled with a little air7 Without it I could not be-si out 1 coi lapse--in short, I'm only-" "A bladder' " was what the good little boy said. The class adjourned. An American editor narrates that a \ei\ small man never cared at all about his nu an stature until his sons grew up to be tall \oung men, and his wife cut down their clothes to fit him. I Mr. Goodchap would find official life a trifle easier if he were not duly bothered with applications for free railuav passes, especially fr.im those who can best -fiord to pay the cost of travelling. Perhaj s he might profitably emulate the example ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
THE AUSTRALIAN "HCIVíE" SHUTTLE AMERICAN LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINE. r|",0 t'fíoci nally stop the deooption that & li is lii'cn pr.u-iiied, every Machine now sent to Australia, and especially made fur that &lt;Iun&lt;\ Uiirs A COPY OP THE ABOVE f> h sirjX &lt; n the wink-plate. Puiehasers must 1 >k « üicfiil!y to th'i, and if Maehines are i ii««"l upon thom under false pri-lei.ies without lh.' .Piove design, we will not be responsible for iii.' t.iil'iie tn w.irk. 20.01)0 now in use in Australia. Claims of Superiority over other Machines. 1st. Its beauty and elegance. 2nd. It r"tis the easiest. 3rd. It makes ihc most perfect stitch. 4th It i« a t('H-a&lt;ljUstal le presser-foot. 5th. It h.is the Minplest and liest feed. Oth. It is the most peri«'« t ma Ii ¡ne made. 7;h. It« i «mipaetuess, elegance of design and linMi. Sill. It tb tlie cheapest sewiug machine to pur (hi .-. 9ih. It^ «im ability, speed and quietness of opéra- tion. 10th. It...
THE AGES OF MAN. PART H. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
TI IK AGi'.S or M \N. (R\ Til i;..i» 1 ..-ii,;, M.D.) I' Mil ii. AN li\T h uni ii-, m i i m r this time ' There lb no sud" ii i liligi u t'i lum, ni maiked difference in his form. The Jnld gr.duallv gets taller and stro'iirir, but it takes» many years befoio it a'-siinu s completely the appear- ances of manhood. Puberty in man is much later and more gradual than in wonim. Boy- hood has not a prepossessing appear.mco, whilst a thin little girl who begins to blush and be bashful has a particle of be uty and interests you. You find nothing of the sort in the boy. His lanky limbs, with pioi.iment and knotty joints, hardly ever well covered by the îapidly outgrown clothes ; his biokcn voice now hoarse, now squeaky ; his childish face presenting here and there some stray hairs, the pioneers of a bcird . uni his awk- ward mien make him look m\ tliinir hut an object of beauty. It is> a providential thin_r thit it -hou'd be so, for the obi it- \. h &lt;_n a bov has to att lin aie ...
COLO PUBLIC SCHOOL V. AUSTRALIAN FARM PUBLIC SCHOOL. COLO. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
COLO PUBLIC SCHOOL V. AU-.TRALHN FARM PUBLIC SCHOOL. COLO. First InninsíS. V. Smith, c. E. Wo >d. b. h. Douglas ... 14 S. Everingham. b. rf Douglas ... ... 0 J. Kemp. st. R. P ice, b. A. Douglass ... 0 R. Low, b. A. Don : a«-. ... ... ... 5 E. Smith, h. A. Ih.ití« s^ .. . 2 W. Blundell, h. A. D-ugi.iss . 0 R. O'Doni.eil, b \ Dougliss . 1 li, Vi it: ni o. S 1) >u_r'.iss ... ... I j-il Le1"-, ti >t o«it ... ... ... 1 ' A O'Donneli.s . It Pr ce, b. A. Donga* s 0 A. .Mitf-h-H. b. ¡S. I) >ug a*.- . 1 Wules . ... ... ... ... 4 Bye*. 1 30 Second Innings, V. Smith, h. A. Douglass . 5 S. Everinghaoi. c «tod b A. Doug'.iss ... 5 J. Kemp, c. ,«nd b. A. Douglass... ... 5 R. Low. b.*\. I) >ug..is.-> '. 41 E. Smith, b A. D'0^ia-,s . 0 W. Blundell, c. S. D mglass . 0 R. O'Donnell. st. R. P.ice . 2 B. M ran, b. A. Douglas. 0 R. Low, run out .. ... ... ... 1 A. O'Donnell. st. it. Price . 2 A. Mitchell, b. S. Douglass ... ... 0 Wides ... ... ... ... 4 Byes... ... ... ... ... 1 06 AU...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
BOROUGH COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting was held on Friday evening, 17th inst. Present : Aldermen Onus, tertius, Tur- ner, Reid, and Crisford. Alderman Onus was elec- ted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, CORRESPONDENCE. From W. Brown, offering to supply cubes at 2s. per square yard, delivered at the wharf. Received, and consideration postponed to next meeting. From Mr. Thomas Richards, giving notice of erec- tion of new fence. Received. From Council Clerk, Windsor, asking Richmond Council to co-operate in memorialising the Govern ment to grant an increased rate of speed on Black- town and Richmond Railway line. Alderman Kelly moved that the letter be received and that the Windsor Council be informed, through the Clerk, that the member for the district had al- ready obtained the desired concession. Seconded by Aid. Reid, and carried. From Mr. S. Buckston, requesting that a row of pipes be laid under Windsor-street from Bosworth srreet. Received, a...