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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

WINDSOR MARKET RA.TE. -Quotations. Maize. 3s 3d to 3s 6d Oats .. 4s Barley .. 3s Lucerne .. 5s 6d Hay .. .. £6 Straw .. .. £4 Chaff .. .. 6s to 7s Potatoes . . £j Butter .. iod Eggs .. .. is 4d to is 5d Fowls .. 3s 6d to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 4s Pork .. .. 3^ to to 4jd Sucking Pigs .. 45 6d to 5s according quality.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

SPORTING. TURF. The following entries were received Wednesday for the principal handicaps of the Hawkesbury Race Club autumn meeting : ROWLEY MILE. Manton, Oxenham, Wycombe, Maggie, May Queen, Locksley, Chic, Industry, Glen Elgin, Cinaron, Lady Lovel, Hope, Wandsworth, Yellow Jacket, Cobweb, Marget, Mikado, Pet Girl, La Vallette, Mozart, Hugo, Lady Lyon, Touchstone, Sophy, Stockwell, Esperance Bernardo, Test, Tuscarora, Paddy, Volcano, Charcoal, Rich worth, Burrilda, Hoppicker, Golden Crown, The Oaks, Folly, Sultan, Steel Arrow, Amina, Phaob, Colenso, Cardigan, Timbrel, Claremont, Sir Ronald, Little Bernie, Soldier's Wind, Cinderella, Keith, Lady Kingsborough, Brown Maid, Faith, T. W., Marie, Honeydew, Neta, Ernani, Past master. Sinecure, Plutarch. HAWKESBURY HANDICAP-1£ mile. Manton, Hugo, Colenso, May Queen, Locksley, Bernardo, Industry, Miss Alice, Volcano, Lady Kingsborough, Burrilda, Marie, Ravensworth, Sultan, The Promised Land, Amina, Wycombe, Blucher, Stockwell, Esperance, S...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Sheffield Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Sheffield Handicap. Following are the handicaps for the above event, to be run off on Mr. J. Huxley's cinder track at Clarendon to-day, when we hope to see a good attendance: 5 yds 7 Joe Price F. Nowland J. Brewer G. Smith E. Hilliard A. Wall W, Curtin J. Goodliffe H. Foy R. Stokes J. Sharpe H. Lucas J. Sullivan W. C. Allen E Penno W. Leonard C. Rein 8 9 10 11 ii it 11 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 N. Campbell M. Terry H. N. Flockton W. Rose A. G. Moss W. Tierney A. Greentree C. Holmes P. Herbert W. Merrick Jas. Eather Cullen Wood Fletcher H. O'Hara A. Winton Ja I:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

TET JAMBS' 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 ^ Diseases on man or beast--such as Sores, Burns, and Fresh Water- a T ^ ^ ^ TT . . TT < Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Horses, The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New- % * Mange in Dogs, Also for Curing Blight on Fruit Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest f* tpi* \\ \ x - in:Iirv II H V\^\ and Flower Trees. J 0 Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse, Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is the most Remarkable of .all Soaps yet introduced- The price of it is as Cheap as the ordinary common soap. Ask your Storekeepers for it. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. JAMES, 763 George-street, Sydney. ALL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 0T7R STOCZ-T A TTTTTG- SALE HAS PROVED A GREAT SUCCESS. ONLY 8 DAYS MORE, ? and it will, as far as we are concerned, be a Thing of t...

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Windsor Borough Council. Present :-The Mayor, Aid. Marr, Linsley, Ward, Fitzpatrick, Dunstan, Smith, and Simon. CORRESPONDENCE. From A. C. Stearn and J. Walsh, applying for bridges near the entrances to their premises in George-street. Referred to Works Committee. ACCOUNTS. AUSTRALIAN £10 16s 6d, GAZETTE £4 gs, ]. Sharkey £20, F. Cupitt £z. Referred to Finance Committee. MOTIONS. Aid. Fitzpatrick moved " That all motions passed by this Council for grants of money to be expended and not carried -into effect be and are hereby rescinded," seconded by Aid. Smith. Carried. Aid. Fitzpatrick moved, " That the motion passed by this Council on Tuly 18, 1888, to the effect that no sums of money be granted until the overdraft be paid off be and is rescinded;" seconded by Aid. Smith. Aid. Linsley opposed it Carried. REPORT. The Works Committee recommended repairs to Baker and Cable Streets, and stated that they had expended some small amounts in spreading broken brick and gravel in Church-stree...

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Richmond Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Riohmond Borough Oouncil. The usual meeting was held on Wednesday evening last, when there were present: Aldermen Mitchell (in the chair, on the motion of Alderman Crisford, seconded by Aid. Stevenson), Dunstan, Stevenson, Joseph Onus, and Crisford. The Council Clerk produced the valuers' report lor the current year. Received. TREASURER'S REPORT, The Treasurer's report was received on the motion of Aid. Crisford, seconded by Aid. Onus. Aid Dunstan moved and Aid. Crisford seconded that this document be advertised. Carried. CORRESPONDENCE. From S. H. Lambton, Under-Secretary, stating that the request RE placing of letler-box at junction sf Paget and Windsor Streets was under considera tion. From George Christie, offering to supply new and complete system of book-keeping in respect to Municipal accounts. Aid. Dunstan moved that the letter be received, and Mr. Christie informed that the Council would not incur the expense. Aid. Crisford seconded, and said that he did not think there was...

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Rive tone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Rive Walter Jackson, a l| Richards, met with aj night. It appears he! when by some means 1 sharp knife penetrated profusely for some ti stopped. It will proba weeks before he is able The Advance Lodge, very successful music Temperance Hall on I weather was awfully hoi very good. Some first' in. Mr. Cruikshank oj first item wss a chorus^ the lodge, viz., MessreJ J. Ainl. G. Norman, j Misses Millie Stubbs, jr Johnston, all of whomsfi The Misses Grace thenw duet, and were warmly#! next sung by Mr. ]om { style. Jack was repeat but he declined, as he I Pairfax then delivered I " 17,000 miles of beer the course of his ad drinks, and took his an ago, showing those p been to their forefathers ate men to give over oecome total abstainers,!! them down to degradation statistics to show the a placed in that position^ strong drink. At the cow asked them to become t< more items were then g< reign on the roses" by 1 she sang in her usual g< admiration of the audiet...

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Professional Success. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Professional Success. Real success implies, said Sir Morell j Maokenaje, in a recent address, a certain amount of reputation, position and influence; it implies adding to thestook of professional knowledge which has been gathered by oar predecessors; it implies raising, or at least maintaining, the credit and influences of the profession chosen; it implies giving the bene fit of technical skill to the greatest possible nlupber of persons who stand in need of them; ii iihplies developing one's sphere of useiful nesS to the utmost extent, and being an efficient piece of the machinery of society, advancing the welfare of marilnnd in'overy direction as faraain us lies. A man who lboTcs oh his profession as hothing batter thaSi a me^ns pt extracting so much money as he (Ail from his fellow; creatures cannot be said to achieve sucpeas, however rich he may become: he Jives alfcpgether for the, lowest part of his nature, and hardly deserves to rank higher in thehierarchy of creation than a ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

vMfiisr The students or lawyers living in the Teal*! pie,, London., were originally, calletj, Ppor Sbldiers of the ^epjple ,of Solomon*' fropu th&ir.Wving Acquired the church and oonvepjti of ihe Temple. The religions andmUiteiy, oixier oalled the Templara was founded in jbhe 12 th ceutuiy for the protectibn' lo^ thfi HpJ[y Sepulchre and pilgrims going thither. "The irivaiititrti 'of ihe modem System of punctuation' has been attributed, to Aristo phanes, a grammarian of Alexandria, but it did tiot come into general use uiitil after t^e invention of printing, the celebrated Vene tian-printers, Manutii, being the first to ado^t it systematically about the close of the fif teenth century. In Sir Philip Sydney's ' Arcadia,' printed in 15S7, all the stops we new use appear.

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WHEN LOVE PASSED BY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

WHEN LOVE PASSED BY. I was busy with my ploughing! When Love passed Dy. ' Come,' she cned,' forsake thy drudging Life's delights are few and grudging ; What hath man of all his strivings, All his planning and contriving, Here beneath the sky J When the grave opes to receive him Wealth and wit and honours leave him Love endures for aye l* But I answered : 11 am a ploughing. When with straight and even furrow All the field is covered through, ' I will follow,' Love passed.by. I was busy with my sowing, When Love passed by. ' Come,' she cned, give o'er thy toiling ? For thy moil thou hast but moiling ; Follow me, where meadows fertile Bloom upsown with rose and myrtle, Laughing to the sky : Laugh for joy the thousand flowers Birds and brooks-the laughing hours All unnoted fly.' But I answered : * I am sowing. "Wb&i my acres all weplnhted, Gladly to thy realm enchanted twill follow,' , , . , ' ? L»ott! passed by. I was busy with my reaping, , When Love passed by. < ' ...

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Why don't they speak up. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Why don't they speak up. It is a strange, and an almost unexplainable fact that no sooner (io.'S a man or >voma:i get into the witness-box than tliey coin, ive to speak 111 the lowest possible tones, so that their utterances are rendered positively unintelligible to the Itaurli, the solicitors, and the reporters. People who, if they were at a street corner, or in an a'eli 'use, or out iu the cricket field, or gathered together to t.ilk sramlal at a neighbour's house, could make themselves easily heard three-quarters of a mile away,-when they get i ltd a Police Court, manage to to speak in whispers, to clap their hands over their mouths, and mumble away like some old octogenarian in the local hospital. Why is this thus. It cannot in all instances be the novelty of the situation which alfects them, for we have in different parts of the country seen dozens of people well acquainted with the interior of a cou. t of justice,-regular jamdyces, so to speak,-who pursued the same peculiar...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Windsor Police Court. TUESDA Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., Primrose, Conlon, Dunstan, Yeo, and Holland. Fredrick Wallace Butts worth was charged with being in the dwelling-house of Baird, hotel keeper, Pitt Town," for an unlawful purpose, to wit, to steal a cash-box, containing about L25. Mr. Richardson, for defendant, raised a point that there was no evidence of ihe cash-box having been seen in prisoner's possession, although it was on the table under which he was concealed. Case dismissed. Palmer Bushell v. John Brewer, charged with unlawfully impounding. After hearing evidence, the Bench considered they had no jurisdiction, as tlu case resolved itself into a question of title. FRIDAY, MAKCH i. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Primrose, J. B. Johnstone, Jun., and Dr. Callaghan.) UTTERING COUNTERFEIT COIN. Charles Knight (on bail) was charged with uttering counterfeit coin. Mr. H. Levi en appeared for defendant. Con table Pilsbury gave evidence to the eftect til it he received ...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Casette. SATURDAY., MARCH 2, 1889. More Protection Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajette. SATURDAY;, MARCH 2,. ;88G. jg| the journalist defend the tloctriiifts of ibe parly which %e approves; let him criticise anil condcmn the party j which he does not approve : recei ving always his right i to applaud his opponents or cnisuie his friends, us (he truth may require-and he will l>c Independent ..nough for a Free Country.-GAKKIELD. More Protection Wanted. ' By all means Protection is wanted from i |Bttil\vay Commissioners, commission agents, ,town draymen, ET HOC OKNUS OMNE. A .correspondent writes to us aueut the para graph in our last week's issue relating to the loss a townsman Lad sustained by send ing a consignment of melons to Sydney. He Bays sometime ago he sent a lot of inelons away to a well known Sydney firm bf commission, agents, and when the returns eameto hand he was credited with ELEVEN DOZEN MELONS LESS than ho sent from Wind ior. Being a man of wattle, he at once Wrote the auctioneers that unless he was ] paid for the eleven ...

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Who Told Them So. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Who Told Them So. the course of a brief leading article appearing in the anbeyan Age" of the 29th, the following statement is -'" The landowners in the Hawkesbury district are ng alarmed at the agitation in favour of Land Na ligation, and some of their members have already jktened to raise the rents of their tenants if they favour Igilatica. From this it will be seen that the ' Single jpf the Cottonites and the Farrcllites will not be paid by tndlords, but by the tenants. It will thus be seen that Six, instead 6f felling upon the rich, as the followers of ijy George assert, will be passed on to the poor." Will foetus ask the AlCB writer why the Hawkesbury land j'-.rs raise the rents of their tenants quite pendently of Land Nationalisation altogether ? Are we j Aume tUattteycould, at the present time, get higher ? M for their land, but will not bother about doing it the tenants olend them ? The> law of supply and " nd, it seems to us, is what dct. rmines the price which i|Uit has ...

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Tall Swearing Somewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Tall Swearing Somewhere. A rather strange case was heard at the local police court on Tuesday, when Mary Arnold summoned William Ayres for the maintenance of her child, of which she alleged he was the father. Defendant, on the other hand, denied the soft impeach ment, repudiated any knowledge of com plainant, and asserted that far from being; familiar with that young lady, he scarcely had the honour of her acquaintance. The fair complainant swore that defendant pro mised to marry her, and to keep the heir of Ayres " like a man," but this again was denied emphatically, even though another witness gave the same evidence. Altogether tli ere was some very tall swearing on one side, and the Bench promptly decided on which side it was by making an order for the payment by defendant of 5s a week for the support of his offspring.

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Meteorological Observations [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Meteorological Observations At the Observatory, Windsor, during the week -ended February 2Sst, 1889, EUrom. 9 h. Sh^dc. a.m. reduced Ma* Temp Day. to ji" Faht. Temperature. in Sim / " Black Bulb 4 ill Vacuo. Inches. Mas. Min. 'eb. 22 . 119747 104-2 95-0 I<M'2 " 33 . 3« osl| 90 4 037 M37 " 24 29-811 1 og'i 6S'(» J59'o II 25 ? 29'9'9 k5'o 65-4 144 5 " 26 29 05^" 10J7 68'4 '4&1 .127 29735 '°77 r,v* , 28 JO-OSI 70-5 <7-4 89-9 M *° /u j i'/ 4 oy y u uui Remarks .-22, sultry, tliiuidorstom hi N\V:, clear even ting; S3, cloudy/forenoon, gradually oieau<1; 44, fine and rtsuftry ; 25. fills; g6, sultry,-tJiundcrslo. ai in N. 8 p.m.; 2;, [;warm wind;48,jdull and cloudy, with occasional misty rain. Note;-The shade thermometers ,ue only jjiovisionally fcounted. JOHN TEUDUTT.

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POETRY. THE DEATH OF ANTHONY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

POETRY. f; THE DEATH OF AKTHOOT.'' 1 .Qui it bfe ? Arc you living, my queen j . t £thought Ihau lost ydu forever \ " I w£s hurrying on to seek you . > "' O'er Acheron's dark river. I was runljing down Death's dark pv. Star thin ttorld is nothing witho'utyou: But you live, you live, ana for on&lttt ttme' 1 I cjm, throw my arms about you. : : < - r .- i Mine again-for a moment-no more, For swiftly my life is flying. ' All your'love cannot holdme here, I am dying, Egypt, dying. Death would be only a triumph If we together *ene going. ? But aloiie, alone, and so alone, ?'; 1 lii beyond'all telling, all knowing. Never-ah,.never, never, Even in Elysian meadows Can bliss be mine, if you are not there-.,. . 1 'Mid that throng of thin cold shadows. Ah, let me ndt$o alone ! '''? ' '^jip so easy life's knot to sever ; Que pane, and it all is over. Come, Let. usfling atf the whole world forever I We have had Our golden days, Our triumph, our power, and our glory r And our ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

I SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOR A Lh DISEASES OP DEBILITY. -S NEURALGIA, ' NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE P|h1 WEAKNESS m LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY AUK ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A iSS DEBILITATED SYSTEM. CLEMENTS' TONIC IS A radicar ours which restores ail lost povv< r and viuor, whether lost through sickness, xvoiry, physical exertion, or any utlier cause. It supplies ilie brain with its essont al hrain.food, contains all material for re novation nil<i reenperation of nil ['art- of the cor jwen! struct ure. All the fun tious of life depend on n heiilthy aniiim) or ganization. CLEMENTS' TONIC i . r. posi tive antidote to tlie causes of all discuses of Debility. See tlms you get the guuuiua article. At 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. I ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. F.M.CLEMENTS, NEWTOWN CORNS ARE POSITIVELY CORNBANE. CURED BY If you have corns upon your toes, So that from pain you sweat, sir, Apply CORNBANG unto those toes, On which the corns are set, sir. Post free, 16 N.8.W. p...

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MEMORANDUM OF THE LEVELS OF THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

MEMORANDUM OF THE LEVELS OF THE HAWKES BURY. Although no surveys, so far as I have been able to ascertain, have been made with a view to deter mine the practicability of utilizing the waters of the Hawkesbury on the plains adjoining it, still much light is thrown on this subject by the surveys and levels which have been taken by the Depart ment of Harbours and Rivers and the Department of Railways. The most important record regard ing the levels of the Hawkesbury District is a plan prepared under the direction of Mr. Moriarty, fc,ngine?.r-in-Chief of Harbours and Rivers. This plan shows the extent of land covered by the flood-water of the Hawkesbury in 1867, or more correctly that portion of the flooded area extend ing from the mouth of the Grose to Pitt Town. In this length the flooded area shown in the plan is little short of 40 square miles in extent, and the towa of Windsor is represented by two islands, which together include an area of only about 340 acres. The height of the f...

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Morals in Literature. DAYS WHEN THE NOVEL 'JANE EYRE' WAS CONSIDERED IMPROPER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Morals in Literature. <' DAYB WHEN THE NOVEL 1 JANE ETEE ' WAS CONSIDEBEJ) IMPBOPEB. Elderly people oan recall a time when ' Jane Eyre' was considered an Immoral book, when blotters and governesses tvonld have turned pale at seeing that impassioned love story' in. the hands of ' the young' per-' sod/ Indeed, Thackeray, in gracious ad . knowledgement of that splendid dedibatioil, whioh oombared him ?with Fielding1 as the eagle with the vulture, writes about hut little Miss Priminy who has written a naughty novel. It mtay lie agreeable perhaps to those who are ia favour ofiapidmovtement itt tytei-ature , as' ia ftlldtiher things, to note how fair we tfive travelled oii the broad gauge of toleration . within the forty years that have gone by sinoe 'Jane Eyre' was published, an interval which has brought us to the serious consider ation by judge and jury as to whether M. Zola's later hovels are1 or are not advalntagG-, ousi-eading for the English people. Only, indeed, by goin...

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