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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

aiG-AUTIC SALE. PERY AND CLOTHING. D. HOLLAND Will Offer the Whole of his Large and Well-Assorted Stock at CLEARING PRICES ! CLEARING PRICES !! OR THE NEXT THREE WEEKS. Every Article Reduced in Price. List as Under. White blankets reduced to 4s nd per pair. " " yards long, reduced to 1 is gd pair Colored quilts reduced to 2s 3d Large white " " 3s 6d The Grecian, Mitcheline, Toilet, and all the new makes in quilts at reduced prices Strong sheeting, 6d per yard Stout grey calico, 2s 3d per dozen yards Washed white twill sheeting reduced to 8fd per yard WThite dimity reduced to 5fd All wool flannel " 6fd Fine flannels, in white and colored, reduced to io£d per yard THE NEW FLANNELETTE reduced to 4^d per yard Large towels ^educed to 3d " ,, 45 inches long " " 4fd Window net rcduced to 2id Toilet sets, 5 pieces " ,, 6d Cashmere down quilts " " 4s nd Striped blind " " 4^d per yard Slate silesia ,, ,, 3fd ,, White diaper ,, " 6fd " Strong holland " ,, 4^<i ,, Linen table damask ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

COURSING. At a meeting of the committee of the New South Wales Coursiug Club held on Tuesday, Mr. C. C. Skarratt was elected president in place of the late Mr. Edward Lee. The following programme was decided upon, to be run at Rosehill on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of September. The Rosehill Cup, for 64, all ages, open to all comers, at each, with £100 added. The Rosehill Purse, for 32 dogs, beaten in the first round of the Rosehill Cup.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

W. c. GAMBRILL, George-street, Windsor, GROCERY AND SEED STORES. NEW SEASON TEAS, Also Flour, Bran, Pollard, Maize, Seed Oats Barley, and Wheat, &c. RECEIPT BOOKS, LANDLORDS AGREEMENTS. BILLHEADS, POSTERS, CARDS, &c.. PRINTED at the GAZETTE Office at almost moment's notice. DR. SPEE R'S AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 42 MARGARET-STREET,, (Between George and York Streets), P.O. Box, 920. SYDNEY. P.O. Box, 920. Established for the Scientific and Speedy Cure of CHRONIC, SPECIAL, AND NERVOUS DISEASES. AS a test, Dr. Speer will send a trial bottle of 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: inhisNew Zealand practice. Alii applicants for a trial bottle of his medicine must enclose a 2d stamp for reply. FITZROY HOTEL GEORG...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

CYCLING. We notice that in the handicaps for the Sydney Bicycle Club's sports, to-day (Saturday), W. G. Pendergnst has 100 yds. in the One Mile, and 300 yds. in the Three Miles events. In the first event the limit is 180 yds., and in the second 460 yds. We trust that the Windsor representative, who is a good wheelman, will bring back a prize or two for he deserves to win.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

FOOTBALL. The following players will represent Richmond in their match against the Ivanhoe football club, on to-day (Saturday), at Richmond, viz:-F. Ezzy, l'hipps (2), Kather, Hyslop, Brooks, Hill Barker, Himmeihock, Stone, Chalmers, Stewart, 1'rykfe (2) and Cobcroft (captain) ; 16, Klein, 17, Chandler. The m^tch will take place at 4 o'clock, and is likely to be a very toughly contested game. The match last Saturday week between Rich mond and the Parramatta Wanderers was won by the former by 2 points to nil, making the fifth win for this club, notwithstanding the advantages some of the teams have had in number.

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

ATHLETICS. At Fitt Town on Saturday there was a good attendance at Mr. Johnson's track, when two athletic events were got off. The first event was between H. Mawson and W. Simons, 150 yards, for £5 a-side. The, pair got well away together, and kept breast and; breast' for about half the dis tance, when Mayvson forged ahead and breasted the tape about three yards in advance of his op ponent. A sweepstakes was then organized, the following peds liking part:-Peter Molloy (scratch). H. Mawson (2yds), Drew (5yds), and Smith (7yds). This event was won by Mawson 'by- about a yarci. '' Samuels and Frank Hewitt meet on Monday next at the Carrington Grounds, the former con ceding the latter five yards start. Where is Tom Malone ? It is stated that about 1000 pedestrians, with their trainers, get a living out of the running " game" which is now so much overdone.

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AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. Sydney: Messrs. Greville and Co. Richmond: Mr. T. lrryke. Riverstone : Mr, T. Links. l»lacktown : Mr. Graham. Wiseman's Ferry ; Mr. James Walms ley. Wilberforce-Mr. Simpson. The abovenamed gentlemen are au thorised to receive advertisements and moneys on our behalf.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

SPECIAL SALE. Remnants ! Remnants ! Remnants! FOR SIX DAYS ONLY! -AT WOODHILL & CO., RICHMOND _ OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING JUST COMPLETED. All Short Lengths of FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS, TWEEDS, HOLLANDS, CALICOS, BLACK and COLOURED CASHMERES, HOMESPUNS, and FANCY WINTER DRESSES, AT SALE PRICES, Cheap Lines in LADIES' ULSTERS, FUR CAPES, HOSIERY, MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS and CLOTHING, At Such Reductions as wi/i Effect a Clearance to Make Room for Direct Shipments Spring Goods. DAILY EXPECT ED. HEW STOUT. IN OUR NEXT ISSUE THE FIRST CHAPTER OF A New and Thrilling Tale, ENTITLED LOVE CONQUERS ALL, WILL BE PUBLISHED. The Riverstone Stores, JOHN LINKS, JUNIOR, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IRONMONGERY, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING of every description always on hand, AT SYID HAZE'S" PEIOES. o Galvanized Iron and Timber Kept in Stock. $ Millinery and Dressmaking Branch has been established in connection with the Business. THE CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE IN THE DISTRICT. Note the Address Near the R...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

WHAT WE HEAR. That Richmond is to have its Literary and De bating Club. It is in good hands, and should live a long time. That Mr. G. A. Reid, the Post and Telegraph Master in Richmond, is a bee fancier, and is a good authority on the subject. That bee farming in the district has not that attention paid to it that it should have. That the proposed Local Government Bill, if passed as it stands, will disqualify at leist om of the Windsor alderiT^ from, folding the position. Tli at Pad ley Brothers have initialed the Early Closing Movement in Windsor. They close their establishment at 7 each evening, excepting Satur day. That St. Jacob's Oil is in great request by the frequenters of Hesford's Skating Kinks at Wind sor and Richmond. (This is a free " ad ") That Mr. M'Quadc is forming a trotting track on his coursing ground at Fairfield. That a silver mine has been struck in Richmond. Where ? That Riverstone will shortly be a municipality. That German Charlie is seriously thinking of goi...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

AS OTHERS SEE US. We reprint the subjoined notices from our exchanges, merely to show our readers what our contemporaries think of the GAZETTE :- ' 'We have just received the second number of the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE, a Hawkesbury district news paper, printed and published by the pro prietor, Mr. John C. L. Fitzpatrick, a gentleman well and favourably known to the press of the colony. The articles display considerable literary ability, while the general and local news is freely written. The GAZETTE is evidently what it professes to be, namely, a reliable dis trict newspaper. Considering its recent birth, advertisers have not been so very backward in coming forward, and pro vided the GAZETTE is kept to its present standard, support of a substantial nature will or should be given to a publication so worthy of encouragement. The type is seemingly new, while the publisher is to be complimented on the general get up and the style in which the paper has been turned out and present...

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"THE OLD, OLD STORY." [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

"THE OLD, OLD STORY." The wind rushed wildly through the valley, and the leaves on the trees rustled l and fell, and twirled round and round in | the air, whilst the houghs bent beneath j j the fury of the gale ; and the feathered inhabitants fluttered and screamed in terror from their homes, and sought shelter from the withering storm. Bright flashes of lightning now and then illumi nated the dark, heavy sky, whilst a roll of thunder often broke above the howl of the angry wind in the valley. The night was dark, and a sleety rain was falling; the river was rushing and seething along its course,-for it was already many feet j above its ordinary level; heavy logs occasionally floated by, or struck against 1 projecting points and swung their huge bodies into mid-stream; the water was covered with foam, and roared and splashed, and spent its fury against every fixed object. Lights flashed at various points along the river, for it was rapidly rising, and residents along its banks were l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

QUININES IRON " IS THE ONLY RATIONAL RESTORATIVE WHlCrt really CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY ~ NEURALGIA LOSS OF APPETITE TOOTHACHE LOSS OF VIGOUR NERVOUSNESS JMIflRfcD^lMrTY W SOL ft 'EVERYWHEREft'r ^ Large Bottle, sixteen ounces, carriage free on receipt of stamps value 5s., or Post Office Order. F. M. CLEMENTS, 141 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN, SYDNEY T. Huxley, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDER, George-street, Windsor. Awarded First Prizes at Kiama for Buggies in 1875, and four following years; First and Second at Shoalhaven in 1875-6. Also First Prize for Single-Seated Buggies at Hawkesbury District Agricultural Shows of 1884 and 1885 I also, Second for Spring Cart. Also First Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, for Single Seated Buggies and Sulkys at the Hawkes bury Show. T.H. has enlarged his Premises by the addition of a commodious front Show-room, in order to cope with his increased trade. A first-class Var nish-room, fitted with every convenience for facilitating work, has also been added to the es tablishmen...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

RIFLE SHOOTING. , On Saturday last the piembers of the Richmond corps met for that which proved the final compe -tition for Captain Guest's prize of £5. These competitions have been going on since April last, the winner on,the last occasion being Private G. H. Ezzy ; thte being the second time that he had made the highest score entitled him the prize. Considerable interest has been taken in these con tests, but although they have not conduced to any improvement (far from it) in the case of a majority of the men, still the time and money have not beeh wasted, for they have brought two hitherto very poor shots well to the front-so much so, that some of the older hands will have to make way for them in future first-class matches. The men alluded to are Privates G. H. Ezzy and Roland Watts, both having shot very well throughout. The following scores were made on Saturday last: in. ranuw .. Lieut. Mitchell Prt. Chalmers r 1. \_7 iNciii « . . . Prt. Roland Watts L-Sgt. E. Marlin .. Corp. ...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak me fair I'll tell you news, indifterent good to either. TAMING OF THE SHREW. Owing to the shearing difficulties in the North i West, things journalistic in that part of the globe are rather lively, and I notice that my old friend Sam Carmichael, who works that branch of the Archmiedean lever which moves the Walgett world, has been running amuck of Mr. Thomas Williams, the shearers' delegate. Read the fol lowing, clipped from the said Sam's paper of Saturday last-printed in large type, with sensa tional headings :-" Vile Challenge-Mr, Thomas Williams, the Shearers' Delegate, challenges to Tar and Feather our Reporter in ten minutes, for £s aside-The Delegate acts the Crawfish.-On Monday evening last, Mr. Thomas Williams, shearers' delegate, came to town in a great fluster, and on meeting our reporter threw out the above vile challenge. Our reporter thereupon was open to tar and feather the above delegate'in less time for the sum of £1...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

AQUATICS. On Monday \vc saw Peter Kemp-the champion sculler, and a typical cornstalk, such as the old Hawkesbury is renowned for raising. He "was in town with his brother Tom, a sturdy yeoman of great muscular development-but why attempt to describe him, when all Windsorites are as familiar with his manly form and figure as they are with Mr. Hobbs, of bell-ringing reftown, who, byUhe way, still travels over tills mundane sphere ahd in dulges in the "swinging and the ringing of the bells"-when opportunity and the "empl6yer offers. But we are digressing'-what we .wanttto, talk about is our interview with the champion. First and foremost we were informed that Peter goes into work on Monday next for his forthcom ing match with Hanlan. He is quite confident that he can again vanquish the Canadian, who has, he considers, a deal of pluck to again risk defeat after the decisive victory gained over him some few months ago. Peter appears to have no fear of any of the oarsmen at present locate...

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SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

SPORTING. [Tni- secretaries of all local clubs and sporting organisations are requested to furnish us with reports of their meetings or gatherings at as early a dale as possible. Sporting fixtures will be gladly inserted, and any information of general interest received with thanks.J TURF. We have to acknowledge the receipt-from Mr. 0. S- (juest, the courteous and ellicient seeretary of the Hawkesbury race club-of a programme of the Spring Meeting for 188S (September 13 and 15); nominations for the Hawkesbury Guineas, County Purse, Hawkesbury Produce Stakes of 18S8, the Hawkesbury Grand Handicap ifiSij, and tile Hawkesbury Produce Stakes 1890. The general entry for the forthcoming meeting is fixed for Tuesday, August 21. In our last issue we gave the programme which will occupy the attention of owners and spectators at the next meeting, and, to say the least, it is such an attrac tive one that the gentlemen on whom the duty of drawing it up devolved, are to be commended for the firs...

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAJETTE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11TH, 1888. The Richmond Line. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

TIIE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©AJETTE* SATURDAY, AUGUST iitii, 1888. " Lot iU<' jaurnalist tU'fcuil the doctviws of the party which lu; approves; Jot liim criticise and condemn the party whirli lie does iiot approve : reserving always his l to applaud his opponents or rensui i: his Iru-mls, as thi> tnitli m.iy require -and lie will b<- lnd< pciidciu enough for ;i Free CuuiUry.- Gaki-hii.I). The Richmond Line. How is it that Windsor and Richmond lolk and all who, being directly or in direct^' connected with the district, arc | compelled to make use of the railway | between these towns and the metropolis are sujected to an .amount of incon veniencc positively dreadful ? No per son who has travelled that portion of the line between Richmond and Jilack town will gainsay the fact that the trains are the slowest and the carriages the, most wretchedly furnished and uncom fortable to be found through the whole j length and breadth of the colony. This i is say...

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

SCISSORS AND PASTE. AND (hero in thn privacy of his sanctum the colonel sat, and oditnd his paper with probatory shears and a dishonest paste pot.-Mas Adoior. Italy has grabbed Massowah. There'll be muss ower this national robbery yet. It always happens that tho weakest nation or individual/joes to the wall, and is robbed of its, his, or her terri tory or property in this way. rarnell and Chamberlain at it hammer and longs. DAII.Y TELEGRAPH Newspaper Company ac cepted tenders for erection of new offices costing £20,000. Present output of coal at Newcastle two and a half million tons a year. Chinese gamblers captured on Saturday fined /35 uach. 4200 miners connected with the Miners' Association. Thirty country Ms.P. ready to support a policy for remedying the existing disabilities of Border farmers. Parnell declares the TIMES letters are forgeries. Abigail was at Gunnedah this week. We hope he liked the little town as much as we did when resident there eight years ago. Wesley an Chur...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL RIVERSTONE CONTRIBUTOR.-Tlnnks : will pub lish next week. WINDSOR SCHOOL OF ARTS.-The usual monthly meeting of the committee of ths above ihstitution will be held on Monday evening next. AOCUIENT.-Mr. Whitney, groom at Mr. E. Rouse's, met with an accident one day this week, and narrowly escaped being seriously injured. After driving to Rouse Hill from Windsor he was engaged in rubbing down one of the horses-a spirited animal-when it trod on his fool, and he fell. On getting up the animal rushed at him, and it was with some difficulty that he managed to get into a place of safety, and out of the reach of the attacking equine. FRUIT GROWERS TAKE NOTICE.-We have been informed by Mr. C. S. Guest, of Richmond, that he has been authorised to purchase in a lump quantity, £25 wnvlh of dried quinces. This order was rocei\ed fn'in a Queensland gentleman, and should Mr. Guest be successful in getting the fruit it will be the means of opening up a new industry in our midst. Th...

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THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888

THE LAND QtiESfiofo ' WE have been requested to publish the subjoined manifesto of the Federal Land League (Albury), and as it contains much that should prove valuable to all who wish to gain an insigh't into the objects of workers for the promotion of the policy of Law Nationalization, we gladly do so : MANIFESTO OF THE FEDERAL LAND LEAGUE. MOTTO : LAND FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL" 1. We hold that the absolute ownership of land involves an injustice, because it is contrary to the fundamental principle which should regulate the distribution of human exertion. This principle is, that each man has a right to enjoy the fruits pfhis own industry, capitalist and labourer each receiv ing his just share of what has been produced by, their joint efforts. .f . 2. That all products are the outcome of the operation of capital and labour Upon land ; while land, on the contrary, is not the result of human: exertion; butis theiree-gift^oLthe Almighty-toaIL His creatures for their sustenance and enjoym...

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