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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Conlon, S. J. Dunstan, J. B. Johnstone, Holland, Primrose, and Yeo.) MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs. Conlon, S. J. Dunstan, J. B. Johnstone, Holland, Primrose, and Yeo.) MAINTENANCE. William Ayers was called upon to show cause | why he should not contribute towards the support j of his illegitimate child, ot whic'a Mary Arnold ; was the mother. I Complainant deposed that she was 19 years of I age; defendant was keeping company with her some 12 months ago, and he promised to marry her; improprieties occurred a month after witness first met defendant; this was in March last year; he was the father of her child. To defendant: Witness did not keep company 12 months ago with Arthur Clark ; defendant did not catch her under the railway bridge about April last with Arthur Clarke ; defendant told her sister in her presence that he would marry her. Victoria M'Cabe, sister to complainant, de posed that she had frequently seen complainant and defendant together; a month before her sister's child was born she he...

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

Windsor Gaslight Company. The annual meeting of shareholders in the above company was held on Thursday evening last, at the Oddfellows' Hall, when there was a fair atten dance, Mr. D. Scotland occupying the chair. ANNUAL KEI'OKT. In laying the accompanying balance sheet before the shareholders, the directors beg to point out that the balance of profit is not less than at last meeting, although two unusual items of expense have been incurred, viz., £41 towards legal ex penses in obtaining the new bill, and about similar amount caused by the high price of coal at one period ui the >car. The consumption of gas lias increased since last report at the rate of 112,000 feet per annum. It will be the business of this meeting to elect directors in the place of Messrs. b. Richards, and William iiecyd, who retire by1 a .rotation ; but are eligible for re electiou. DAVID SCOTLANP, Chairman. CHAXLES HOLE, Hon. Secretary. Liabilities and asssets at 31st December, iSSS -Dr. : i'o capital {6000,...

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

To Business Men. WE do Job Printing at the GAZETTTE Office quite as CHEAP as it can be done in Sydney or anywhere else, and we invite local business people to* give us a call and test this statement before going elsewhere. A liberal discount al lowed on large orders. Waste Paper For SALE in any quantity at this Office. READ THE GAZETTE. Annual Stoek-taking Bale. Greenwell and Towers, General Drapers and Importers. Take this opportunity of thanking their customers and the public generally lor the Liberal Patronage received during the year closed. The favourable result of the year proves that the new system of busi ness inaugurated twelve months ago is appreciated by the public. S PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. Lastly, and not least, the great event ot the year, The ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING SALE The People's own Sale ! S S G. and T. have now to apprise their numerous patrons that the SALE WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, MARCH 9, ForThree Weeks Only. Every article...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to mo, and if vnu speak me fair I'll tell you news, inJillerent good to either. In a recent issue of a Sydney evening paper, one of Bret Harte's most beautiful poems, " The Aiifjelus," was reprinted, and contained no less than four ridiculous mistakes-mistakes which even the most commonplace reader must have noticed. In the third last verse, "L'ortain's" Cross is substituted for " Portala's," and the last line of the same verse The freighted galleon is made to read The Fin GH TEN En galleon. The third line of the last verse, " A.nd veiled and mystic, &c," is dished up to '.he reader as " VALUED and mystic," whilst fourth error is a trifling one compared with these. The evening paper in question must have some Hindoo "reader" on just now, or else " Krishmish " is still being kept up in the literary deparment. Windsor is periodically afflicted with a visita tion. It is a social plague of a disagreeable nature, in the shape of a would-be reformer, who ...

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The Last of the Blood-Drinkers. CU[?]DLER IN THREE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

W* ££«* of^e Blood-Driiiker^. By the author of * We Dgn't Want to Fight,1 ' You1 re Another, $c,t ifc. CHAMEB t. There -were once two fierce andpoWferftil tribes, somewhere in the rieighbburhbod of Wanki Poo Land, who were constantly at Variance one with the other. ' ' Thefiew&at faind inbstpowerful tribo of the two was called theLifctleFire-Eaters, and the other one ttie Dusky Blood-Drinkers. The' Blood-Drinkers were black, with White eyes, something ofthe' (Mi£WittbteM,;iindthe Fire-Eat^w apaleyelloW. v - ?' '. i; - The Fir0iEat6r« l(tti!k<&as If they all suf fered ^froati tihfthto'bilibtftttttife, Imdit WM ith mistakably evident to Mr. Stanley, Whofirat dteobv&reatB6m^ ttiatgfty and festive Beeeham had not been advertising extensively in that Pemote' part of theglobe. To resume, the sun was high in the heavens one -morning when the hostile chiefs started from their camps to have a look found at things, and see if they could detect any Sign: of W...

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Richm[?] [?]d News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

Rlohna (FROM 0(j j BENEFIT KNTES | CHELL.-Once ma have taken up t!ij | orphan, and have give a benefit eul ! ehell, the Mitchell, and hefi this kind, Biclimt self, and aH suoiij a bumper house, i every reason to hd than in the past.J shape of a mixturi lnent, including £ take place on The several p&fo into form. Howd ILLNESS OF SK^| 11 regret haviu*Jj officer has hatful i illness during thefj better, however,^ , soon to see him 4] again. CRICKET.-The Ri$ to be proud of agjj. team as that of % great surprise to th^| colors lowered a sij boys. The Richmil with, as they have in commencement of § Windsor all its tii#! doubt everyone will A every success in theift manly game of cricket; are young. I expect! senior clubs from, tlj them as they did the \ day. POLICE COURT.-H down for hearing at th owing to the fact of tin trate present, it had to day next. Mr. Lararoc THE ELECTION.-M Richmond are deteroiifl! good his expenses in4 The matter is now iuiu and Guest, and I hayed At any...

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LOCAL AND GENRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

LOCAL AND GENEKAL. MEETING OF CREDITORS. - A meeting of creditors in the insolvent estate of P. Beveridge was held at Lloyd's Chambers, Sydney, one day last week. Several local creditors were present, and Mr. J. T. Smith, who represented Mrs. Dun stan, occupied the chair. An offer was considered, and the creditors unanimously declined to accept it. On Wednesday there was a hearing in this estate on proof of P. B. Ivey and Co., but there being no appearance, the hearing was ad journed till the i st instant. AN OLD FRIEND.-Many of our readers, par ticularly those in and around Richmond, will be interested in hearing that their old friend, Dr. F. M. Brown, is now practising his profession at Cootamundra. The doctor has just been gazetted an honorary captain in the Cootamundra Reserve Rifle Company. We hope he is " shooting" ahead as he deserves. THE DOG NUISANCE.-Complaints are daily made respecting the number of hungry, howling, mongrel dogs that are are at present wandering through o...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

WHAT WE HEAR That some improvements are to be e.ieoted in Baker-street at last. Jolly near time. too. Tliat the electioneering assault case caused much interest on Tuesday. That £8 odd is rather a high price to pay for the privilege of hitting a man on the nape of the neck. That bluster and bully always land those who indulge in it in the mire. That a Gchool of Aus Literary and Debating Club has been formed. The first debate will take place on Tuesday evening next in the School of Arts. That Mr. S. T. Greenwell, who has been ill during the past week, is now recovering. That the Richmond Oddfellows are once more to the front, to assist the widow and orphans. That there is still no alteration for the better in the running of the trains to Windsor and Rich mond. They may be said to be continuously running late. That no other district would stand such a mode of train service. That Senior-Constable M'Nesly, of Richmond, has been seriously ill all the past week. That the Richmond crickete...

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

The best medicine . known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent woderful effects in coughs, colds, influenza, &c.-the relief is instan taneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer I rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The | official reports of medical clinics and universities, the official I communication of the Consul-General for Italy at Mel bourne ; the diploma awarded International exhibition, Amsterdam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such, i not open to doubt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Siegen, M. D., Professor, etc. : I Burning of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stovp. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of thirty-years-old patient was completely separa ted and lifted up ...

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

WATCHES Watches. ft. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railwa}' Station. Pactories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LIST, POST FREE, and .compare my English Levers with an}' other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF THE USUAL Prices. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. (worth £5) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £l ros. (worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. ^4 (worth £8) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. 4 i©s (worth £9) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (wor-th £ 10) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £6 (worth £12) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, five years' guaran tee £l (worth £ 14...

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SKETCHER. The Real Original of She. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

SKETCH ER. BY ONE WHO KNEW HKH. §'psychological and p^ohical portions er Boggard's ' She' afeSkftane las being | inuch. the oreatipn of avivid imagina tion , as the simple recital-or, perhaps one should aayy the skilful adaptation-of foots : weft-known to: those who penetrated the ie cesjje^oif the West Coast of Africa a genera tion.ago. Astounding, terrifying, and ill credibly as the powers of Ayesha appear to theoasual reader, yet to the. men who laborir oujsly threaded the jungle* and swamps of theijiverain portion of West Africa, long. be fore Stanley was thought of, they only seem ! like a well-known and familiar tale. The a^ul mysteries of Obeeyah (vulgo Obi), and th£ powers ppssessed bjjthe Obeeyah women of those days, were sufficiently known to all the slave traders of the West Coast to make th^ wonders worked by 1 She ' seem tame by comparison. And always.exoopting the idea of .the revivifying and rejuvenating flamfl in the bowels or me earth in which ' She' bached,; there ...

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T A L E: Queen of Spades. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 2 March 1889

T A L E: Queen of Spadejs,, 7 '^Mother,' remarked Fawner Barming, dia coritehtedly, 4 Sufiie is makings a lonjaf visit. .IShsi is coming home next week/ said his cheery -wife. She had drawn, lifer low chair clos^ to the air-tight stove, for a late March1 snowtitbfm was raging without. ' ' It seems to me that I miss her more and mo*e/i!. ' Well, I'm not jealous.' 'Oh, come, wife, you needn't be. The idea I But I'd be jealous if our little giii was sorter weaned away from us by this visit in to?rp.' '.Now, see here, father, you beatftll the. men I ever heard of in scolding about far mere borrowing, and here you arp borpowjuag trouble.' ' Well, I hope I won't have to pay sooiir But I've been thinking that the old. fyrm house may look small and appear lonely after, her? gay winter. When she is M&f it's too big for me, and a suspicion lonely for tts^both.' I've saen that you've missed her mow than me.T- ? " " ^ ' I guess you're right. Well, she's coming home, &)s I said, ...

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

HUMOUR. .' The best *ay to preserve apples as to keep <i Lthem from exposure to the heir. : -n '? ' No tronder the goat is an unreliable animal; >-i a diet of circUa-posteia would destroy jtijp , spirit of truth in anyoreature. iidti'? ' How much apieoeare these small, £ief r ;' Ve 4on't sell um py de picce. Vfi anil- a, whple pie at a von time,/. You think veruna lunch gounter, eh f' ^ , , / ri. . < . TeaqHer-' Tommy;, \^jhat is half of eigjiifi' u Pdpil-' Sideways,or.top P' Teacher-T^V'h^t , do you mean P' Pupil1-' Why half : > top of 8 is 0, and half sideways is 3.' A ., i " ' Don't you.thinkit extravagant, to pay fifty doUars for a, diamond ring forj^pur},, wife!" 'Not at all. You seem to forgetfiQVii. much I shall eavp.qp- her glove, bill/ :m -mjijk Asks an Amen^n humourist1 If scroll#, j. drink is a mopfe#^ what is weak tea.P' AlppgU^i ; five cent# a oup, we believe. Com? tog^i^k , , about it,->weak'<j6fl;ee may be a^nooha, tppwc-K. Gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

VICTORIA INSURANCE CO.'S Established 1849. FIRE, MARINE & FIDELITY GUARANTEE United Capital - - ^3,000,000 Fire Risks at Lowest Current Rates. J. Ctas. Fitzpatpick Has been appointed AGENT for Windsor and District. FRED. J. JACKSON, Res. Secy. TOlFAttMEBS. F. J. GOW, Richmond, CASH PURCHASER OF MAIZE, IN ANY QUANTITY. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. Padley Bros.' AfflUAL STOCK-TAKING SALE COMMENCES ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Great Clearing Sale of REMNANTS, SURPLUS STOCK, & ODD LINES. Genuine Reductions; Real Bar gains, at PADLEY BROS., FEDERAL HOUSE, WINDSOR N.B.-We do not quote misleading prices to disappoint our customers ; but ask them to in spect he goods themselves. JUST PUBLI ED, A Most Unique Work on MEDICAL, SOCIAL, AND HYGIENIC SUBJECTS. It contains Information most Valuable in NERVOUS and OTHER DISEASES. For its Hygienic Rules are worth its weight in gold. Send your full address, and we will send Post Free One Copy. Write to PROF. R. T. SELBY, Cleveland Street, Surry ...

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A Few Notes on Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.J I have said that I agree with Mr. Griffin's scheme ; so I do, but I would prefer that in the event of any scheme being entered upon for the irrigation of the Nepean and Hawkesbury Valley, independent of a national scheme, navigation should also form a part of it, so that the river could be placed entirely under the control of one Board or Trust, because in storing water on so large a scale interests might clash. If the Stale -and I hold that all enterprises affecting the welfare of the whole people should be carried out by the State-take in hand this great work, each river and its affluents should be treated as a separate system, and provided with a responsible Trust, part of whom should be local men elected by the people of the district through which the river ran, and the other appointed by the State. These Trusts would then be able to guard care fully the interests of all ; the river could be main tained for navigat...

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The Poor Becoming Poorer. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

The Poor Becoming Poorer. It is certainly a cause for much alarm at, the present clay that whilst the rich in every laud under the sun are becoming richer - daily adding to their already enormous wealth-the poor are just as quickly becom ing poorer and less able to struggle along in the fierce fight lor the means of subsis tence. Year alter year thousands oi' the poverty-stricken poor perish miserably, trampled under foot, and ground into the dust by a combination of circninstances over which they have no control, and to which they in they in their weakness are obliged to succumb. Surely a remedy for this dreadful state of affairs can bo found, if only the ideas which have emanated from the mighty brains of some of the greatest thinkers of the universe could lind exponents iu the ranks of the so-called philan thropists of the age. This world is a world of contrasts ; we have wealth and splendour in one street, and squalor and misery in the next; luxury and happiness running riot in ...

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Huxley's Sheffield Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Huxley's Sheffield Handicap. On Saturday last this event was run off on Mr. Jas. Huxley's cinder track at j Clarendon. Strange to say, the attendance was exceedingly meagre and the enterpris ing promoter must certainly have felt rather discouraged at seeing his cftorts meet with so little genuine support. From morning till night we hear, in Windsor and the adjoining towns, the parrot-cry, " What a dull old hole this is, to be sure," and yet, when any caterer for their amusement steps forward, and jeopardises his capital and wastes his time in arranging a sports pro gramme, he is simply " loit "- which is not right. We have come to the conclusion that the only show which has a chance of drawing a crowd in Windsor is a FBEE ONE -and these are very well patronised. Some Of the best peds in the colony competed on Saturday, and very good sport was pro vided, so that there could be no excuse in in this direction. The officials wvre all at : the posts and performed their duty in a , very s...

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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

tAetes'-eotuMN. An oagical belle at Cowes lately; went; yachting tn&gowuof greep. cloth, with: vest panel? and so iia of tany and the effect wais s6 charging ifgcontrast with the standard blu6 / and while and scarlet that she is likely to have. mafty iqtftntw*. , JBoth velvet and plush are combined with wool in the new imported gowns, 'and the mixture is especially- harmonious when t^e wool hakjthe upft, rough, long-haired almoisjt blankety su-face seen in many of the new chuddars and camel's hair. 1 Parau no w sends out Blockings of tinted lace in Dlicheotejor-Ohantiliy patternsf to be wblrri over apun-silkiiose of warm flesh colour, and to accompany Roman j^sandalB of bronze 'with a narrow.. strap held over the Instep ly a goldeu crfrje'welied olaftp. Aionjjiiwith the empire gown comes the. reticule .of our great grandmothers, whioh will be made in plush surah or the gown stuff to hold bsfcuty'a handkerchief, card-case, purse ,Aud».bonbonniere, without which no really B^el...

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Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Literary and Debating Club. On Tii'isJay evening Tie first silling of the receiuly-foraiiid (i Anting club was held in the hall of the School of Arts, when the attendance was rather meagre, consequent upon the fact that two . ith^r nMnfings Were being iieid in town. The Speaker (Mr. F. J Mortley, Mtiyor or Windsor,) took tli^ clinir ai 820. Mr. H Fitzpatrick was appointed Cl«rk of the House for the silting Se-'^inl nf > uie'nh«rs were proposed and ac cepted G. Johnson asked the Premier whether lie intfiui'-i 10 bring in measures dealing with Wat.T Conservation, &c . and received a reply to the pi"ler.t 11ni the Ministry had not ye! formulated ili^-ic in ((us direction Mr Johnson moved the Adjournment of the House, and .V.ts not satisfied with the answers of of the Premier. Several other speakers followed, and. the motion of Adjournment was negatived. 1 he Premier (Mr. J. C. Fitzpatrick) informed the Mouse that his Ministry had been completed and was as follows - Premier a...

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Plannings. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Planning** Tfie female mind is largely given to super etitionpand'its ways are finding out ; but .petaapsJnooe-Df -ij^eQQeiitricicies are more re rnarkabW ifean-'itereverenctyllor that mysteri ous proceskwhich; its, .calls!' planning.' It is possible that when a woman plans a thing as^he-^ays, ehereallymakes an inviolable vow to .some dread infernal deity whose malici cio'us hatred Will pursue her Ml )uld she ever venture to disregard the pledge she had made since there Seems to be.no other theory Upon which it is possible to Understand why she will submit to inconvenience, discomfort or even disaster for the sake of carrying out a project simply because she has planned it. "When a woman is found to be following^ a oourae of action in despite of all reason, ex pediency and common sense, it is usually safe to decide that if she were asked why she does so the answer would be : ' Well, you know I had planned it.' 'A few instances will illustrate whst" is . meant. We saw a young lady th...

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