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

HERE! r ? I If you want GOOD VALUE for your Money go to W. C. BARKER, Tailor, &c., GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. SUITS FROM £s 3s. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. rSr* Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. MRS. LIDBURY, MONTHLY NURSE; terms moderate. Ad dress, Mrs. Lidbury, care of Mrs. Potter, Macquarie-street, Newtown, Windsor. Wanted, SMART CANVASSER for the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE. Good terms. Local man preferred. Apply at this office. Maoquarie-strect, Windsor. ROYAL HOTEL, RICHMOND. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR FAMILIES AND TRAVELLERS. Beers, Wines and Spirits of the Best Brands. Billiards ; Plunge and Shower Baths. Spacious Sample & Commercial Rooms. w- ^MSON fnr over twenty-five years in Araluen. GREAT SALE OF Drapery & Clothing NOW ON AT :D. Holland's GEORGE-STEEET, WINDSOR. SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. Strong calico, if-d per yard Large white quilts, 2s i id Prints, 2^d per yard Zephyrs, 3d per yard Striped Flannelette, 3^d per yard Washed twill sheet...

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The Railway [?] [?] [?] [?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

The Railway The quarterly report of the Rail* promise of the better times that are: regime. The revenue for the last £757,881, as against £671,251 for tie of the preceding year, while the ?& as against £422,994. This shows 4 of £3814 and an increased revenue* numbers to a total gain of £90,00(1. per mile, and the earnings 7S 23d. the Commissioners had not t>y the e to complete many of their arrangem indeed-in fact, more so than coi sufficient to prove that under non-pc railways will prove not only self-sup returning State property. Mr. Jvd fitted for the position. His couragw stamps him as a man who knowsn of him and what he intends to do note that the House has not allow-d remarks as to what he intended tod< to pass without notice. Some tin* Commissioners will have completed but they have done enough to sho right track. There is one thing m anxiously expecting, and that isill modification of the differential rat«S| matter to deal wtth, but Mr. Eddy .ft difficu...

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Girls as Swimmers. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

fiie 'humane societies On " boj&igideejQf fh6 Atlantic show that of late years ,a tow proportion of their medals fail fb ! thelotof young girls. . * -r Tbere Were several notable instances of rescue from drowning last summer by girls under 120. Many women are accomplished swimmers. This is but natural. " '11 -' Asthfeir bones fere . generally lighter than those of men and their flesh morn buoyant, ^.hey Kave Less difficulty to overcome in ac quiring theaart. Some cf them could float at their "first attempt if they could acquire the requisite faith in the power of the water to hold them'tip. SwinuBing is very much an act of faith, for . it iageiieraUy the case that when a person believes ^sufficiently in the buoyancy of the water .to trust to it his precious body, lo ! he is a swimmer. Tli^te-Were young girls at New port last summer who could float on the sur - iage of the ooean with no more difficulty than they e?jperiejac£d in lying upon a sofa. They could have' floated for...

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

Truth and Proof. When absolute truth is * backed up with collateral proof there can be no appeal. For the past three years and a half Messrs. H. H. Warner and Co., pro prietors of Warner's safe remedies, have had a standing offer of ^"iooo for any statement of cure published by them which was not, so far as they knew, posi tively genuine, and nobody has yet put in a successful claim for it. The Messrs. Warner and Co. have furnished us with a few extracts from recent letters, which speak for themselves, and they assure us they can furnish thousands of similar; ones. " We have used Warner's safe cure iu our family, and I can recommend its use." German Station, O. (REV.) IMM. EGENT. " Warner's safe rheumatic cure with Warner's safe cure cured me of rheuma tism." j (jyinpie, (.). (\ CARDERAY. " I have Lo thank Warner's safe cure i for saving my life." | Victoria Huon, Tasmania. MRS. HAGUE* " I can certify to having received very great benefit from the use of Warner's safe cure.'' i Well...

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

Sportinj TURF! Races will be held at M'Grath's Hill, to-day (Satu Carbine won the Melboun with Abercorn second, and 3 Sardonyx, despite the fact dead many days a go, is still well that Mr. Andrew Town him. His constitution is gc the trying heat of the Haw continues to eat almost as wi still a probability of the injuij the way, occassionally dischai bone, being patched up. One of the vice presided Jockey Club is the Rev. Jame BEGA GAZETTE asks, "Can ai country boast a clergyman on We don't think so. ¥ W. Douglas', mpion Stakes, hird. beinq reported awl doing so hopes to save otwithstanding ry, and as he ever, there is »b, which, by ieces of broken Ijthe Ulladulla jbgherty. The rj. C. in the management ?"

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

NELSO] During the past few weeks have passed through the Nel whom have secured big selee of making pleasant and Buildings are erecting- in clearing is all the go now a-d that large orchards will be pi, as there is some news of ; erected near the Mc'Guires'e Creek, by C. Cansdale,' >1 which would no doubt be credit to the district, country and enqouraging their industry. The winter at present are flourishing, to the inhabitants and^a be I urs of visitors istrict, some of R'itfo the view jerous homes, rapidity, and !t is expected Mt this season, factory to be fin the Cattai of . Petersham, ment and a ininff up the 11 it-growers in and "orchards ,is. creditable the. country.

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The Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

The Emperor Francis Joseph of . Austria, The following interesting gossip about the Austrian Emperor £9 by the Vienna corres pondent of the Staiidafd : The E caper or Francis Joseph has remained under all vicissitudes whish a long reign must inevitably bring, the same man of sim ple habits; of determination of purpose, of I quick perception and of sound judgment, I the man of heart and character, and as he is | described in the memoirs of Royal visitors or I diplomatists who mot himdh the first year of 1 Ms reign. To the Hungarian Bishop Ronay, the . tutor of his children, Crown .Prince ! Rudolph and Princess Valerie, he gave the instruction, ?' teach the truth, and don't con ceal your convictions;' and the'man who tells; this in his memoirs relates also that the" Emperor, on receiving, the telegram with the nevps of the enormous loss of life occasioned by the fire in thfe Ring Theatre, when Bitting in his family circle, in the Chateau of Ciidollo, burst into tears, and did not clos...

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The Excessive Heat. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

The Excessive Heat. TO THE EDITOR. f-Yesterday the shade thermometer at my fatory reached the highest point yet re a for March since the year 18^2. The 4ng table,- compiled from my records, and Dg the highest shade temperature for March :li year since T862, and the date on which emperaiure was attained, will, doubtless, be sting to your readers. It will be seen that ermometer seldom was above 100 degrees rch, and on two occasions only during the 1863-1889 did th? point attained approach scorded yesterday. It will be found in my ihed records that rot1 some weeks previously excessive heat of March, 1869, the river s tributary, the South Creek, were very and fish unusually abundant. Date Tem. Year Date Tern. 8 93-6 1877 t 990 15 940 1878 12 gS-6 5 966 1879 25 913 3 97 9 1880 22 95-9 3 949 1881 5 970 20 . 97 7 18:52 28 103 3; 3 1080 1SS3 9, 19 9,5-1, 23 9oi '884 1 w-2 2 934- 1SS5 11 o^s - 930 1886 29 102'9 20 93 3 1887 10, 95 5 14 931 1S8S ,W6 3 94 3 *839 d ' 111-7 25 loo-1 Yours, &...

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

CASTLERE ROWING CLUB.-A rowing i at Castlereagh under very stances. The course, a stc? three quarter miles long, oti deep water. There are large and great interest is being tak and it is fully expected from l has been obtained that a fu come from the Castlereagh. executive of the club are Shaw; Secretary, Mr. Frank! Mr. W. H. Willis: Committa W. Clark, Fred Waldron, 4 W. M'Donald, and George already 37 members enrolled, not heavy-10s initiation fee,! weekly-these numbers she* time increase wonderfully. I I iias been formed irable circum ^ne, is two and iepean, and at! ter of members, towing matters, inatende " that champion may members of the ain, Mr, John an ; Treasurer, ssrs. S. Gosling, linn, T. Gowan, iw. There are is the fees are Dd subscription i a very short

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Mr. Bright and his Dog "Fly." [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Jfir. Might and his Dog "ilv" A. interesting anecdote is told about Mr. Bright, One day recently the Hot. J. Swann Withiugton (an ex-President of the United Methodist Free Church Conference), received a letter from, his daughter at Rochdale, and in it the lady stated that a personal friend of Mt. John Bright told her that he recently had an interview with the right hon. gen tleman. The letter contained the following : -f Mr*,Bright's dog lies on his bed all day and night, and will not leave him for a minute. Mr. Bright remarked to Mr. that a dog was superior to a human being inasmuch as when a man is driven to {he utmost he gives up ; but a dog coils up, and makes botn,cndt nieet.1 The dog to which such charactemtic allusion is made is a Scotch terrierj of which Mr. Bright is particularly "food.

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

.PERSONALITIES. i .[ jgf, l>rew, the daughter of Mr. Gladstone . ' private Secretary^ an&- .opens feverylet£kr of the_daily eighty, which, on an ^ avenge, ate'delivered a^mvamw. ., Isaac Pitman, tho short-hand., author, 1B ' i bppibsed to, strong drink, tobacco, animal, j food, vaccination and nobody knows how J Ba^yTibihgs. In fceiigioa he is a Sweden borgianT" , * \ ... : 3JTr. Joseph Chamberlain has nine orehid- i houses joined together and to. the drawing- j reoin-fend lighjfcd'ttith eleotrifeity, Hib stock j of orchids is said to be worth "£8,000. j ; P. T. B&rnum has finally retired from the show business, After amassing a fortune of ten millions of dollars. He has also made his will and taken precautions against future i contests by including among the witnesses , two leading ^Bridgeport, Coim., physicians, who certify that lie is in his right mind. s The Duke of Sutherland is the greatest land-owner in Qreat' Britain where his SPfSBESiLons embrace 'one j m...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Letters to the Editor. SiR,:-I cannot for the life of me imagine why our justices, as well as many of the gene:alpublic, should look upon stealing fruit fom orchards aud gardens as a mere trifling offence. It is no joke to a man who has expended both time and money j in making for himself a decent garden, t > have ) the results of his labour filched by a lot of boys j who should be taught to know better or, a ; often ' happens, by men and hoodlums who no kn >w ; better, but whose natures are an agglomeration of I meanness and greed. I take ii that the fruit on a ' man's trees should be as sacred as the goods in a j shop window, and Cm thief be as promptly ? punished as the poor wretcn wiiu steal j a loaf of | bread to appease thT pangs of hunger Fvfvpicntly the offenders are the sons of well-to do persons, and who pluck the fruit " only lor a lark, yuu know." The larks of these youngsters nvr ft> the orchardist something like the attention; oi the' small boy who pierces a b...

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

DEAF.-A Person cured) noise in the head of 23 J Simple Remedy, will send a M to any Person who applies j William-street, Melbourne. We see by that irii the " Walgett News," fcha has been committed for " malpracted." Is this^ offence, or is it merely a sai as she is spoke" by tbc Bpoiler ? The defunct Dibbs Mtf seven Australians, two ! .Scotchman. Deafness and standing by a don of it FREE. JCHOLSON, 65 t journalism, j?dney woman jl for alleged criminal bo£" English ^eti paper I consisted of en, and one 1,1 II I - 1 STRAIGHT.-Mr. A. Beckett, one of the new members for the Bogan, saysI am favourable to the abolition of the sale of all Crown lands, either town or country, and that all lands shall be leased for definite periods. This would retain in the hands of the Crown a property always increasing in value, and one whicn in time to come would do away with the necessity of a large amount of taxation, and prevent the ac cumulation of such large estates, which is now becoming such an evi...

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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRE[?] [?]DENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Richmond (FROM OUR CORRE AN IMPROVEMENT. - Th< about Windsor-street, so annoyance to equestrians ai been raked up and remove will now-instead of receivii of the residents, accompaniej receive their thanks for the i POLICE NEWS.-No news this week, other than th6 cas from last week. MR. TOWN'S HORSE, SARI still being attended to, Mr. T the friendly bullet, with a through the effects of his 1: He is, if anything, improving being entertained that he will CONCERT.-On Friday e^ concert will be given in com mond Lodge of Oddfellows it at that place. The prograi presented is now arranged, ai lent character. The concert, of the widow and orphans of Mitchell, and as the cause is | not only a good house, but ticket has been sold. Mr. G, ing the duties of Secretary. News .PENT.) ose metal lying a source of jjers, has at last The Road Trust e condemnations h a big, big D wement. this description : ssault adjourned x.-Sardonyx is saving him from of pulling him trious accident. ! hopes ...

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

Thumb Rings. The id&& of. 'thumb-rings, to which we al luded some little time ago, has become an established fact, and jewellers are showing broad bands of dull gold with a large jewel sunk deeply into them, designed to encircle1 that clmnsy member, the thumb. The facts . have been fcttyoed that Queen Elizabeth decor ated JaerToyal thumb, with a ring, and the fashioftwaB revived during the reign of Greo^e^II. Eccentricity, is the . key-note to jeWelieclonit>.ment8, and the dainty woman who cannot bring her nerves into suffiofept! subjection to permit her wearing lire, spi3e£- 1 like bugs as ornaments, consoles herself *&th ? veiy^alwtioiiaaifiation. ..

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THE TRAVELLER. In Japan. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

THE TRAVELLER. A In Japan. The first; tjiingthat strikes'the visitor "to ' Japan is thejaxijeeding aivilifcyofeverybody; Di^tom-houaeofficereiucliided. Cheerfulness, gtifcd teiii^r,'^apd; politeness pre The mothers ^pjilet the chiL^nphatter with out jijuam^lling,jn the strjMtfc^ndjt w pleasure to w4|%* tfce' oi:4^a'TJ,V0jr^|»ei(^b w they ;meet and££ Ihrpugfe the.pre^Kaibed feti#. quette of bowing and shaking ha^ds; With each other. Differences oyer the panriage of yottrpetfebh ahd effects-if .they exj?i1 speedily settled without the use of .tf gauge' and "angry oitha, a)nd in joj than it takto baggage are1 put iito j^r carria^B'driwiabydneor rnorempngj? scanty7 dress, With fanHy -white tats shaped, U|eo * mushrooms), and are trotted off to the Grand Hotel, famous for itaEnglish ?comfort and French cuisine. . T-Ji^se ^xrifrigishas,' or man power carriages; deserve a wbrd or'tWo in passing.. jQf modern- invention, they 'have' bean improvised to supply 'the want of horses and flys, ? a...

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Richmond Police Court. THURSDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1889 (Before Messrs. E. Pitt and and F. J. Gow.) ASSAULT—TALL SWEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Richmond Police Court. THURSDAY, 7TH MARCH, 1889 (Before Messrs. E. Pitt and and F. J. Gow.) ASSAULT-TALL SWEARING. Michael M'Mahon was charged with assaulting Frederich Norris at Sally's Flats on 22nd instant. Complainant swore that M'Mahon knocked him down, and both kicked and hit him ; he bore some of ihe marks now. " George Magnus, a hairdresser, residing in New town, Sydney who was present, corroborated the complainant's evidence. He pulled defendant off complainant. For the defence, Thomas M'Mahon swore he was present during the whole time. There was no assault committed other than defendant push ing complainant when he would not leave the land npon which he was trespassing. Another witness was also called who denied the assault. Defendant said he did not assault complainant. The Bench thought that perjury had been com mitted. and at the same time thought the assault proved ; they fined defendant in all 24s lod or 24 hours in lockup. Defendant at once said he would take it out...

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

Freetrade Association. A meeting of tlie above was held in the Union Hall, Windsor, on Tuesday evening last, Mr. Andrew Turnbull in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having beeu read and confirmed, Mr. G. S. Greenwell advised the meeting that special subscriptions had come in to the extent of £3 lis 2d above expenses. Moved by Mr. W. Gosper, seconded by Mr. Towers, " That J. A. Carruthers, A. Bowman, F. Smith, D. O'Connor, S. Lees, J. F. Cullen, S. Burdekin, M's.L.A., Alderman Meeks, Esq., and others to be named, be invited to a banquet." Carried. Moved by Mr. Towers, seconded by Mr. J. Boss, " That a committee be appointed for the purpose of carrying out the fore going resolution, to consist of the Chair man, the Secretaries, Hon. W. Valker, M.L.C., Alderman Primrose, Alderman Simon, B. Richards, President; W. H. Dean, Vice-President; W. Gosper, J.P., Messrs. W. Beard, J. Boss, - Towers, P. Fraser, F. Howard, J. Gough, A. B. Kirk, T. Wall, J. O'Brien, J. Ward, S. T. Gr...

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

Riverstone. LAND NATIONALIZATION.-This evening in the Temperance Hall, Riverstone, a public meeting will be held, when the principles of the Single Tax will be fully explained and advocated by several district gentlemen. A good attendance of all interested is requested. John Edwards, a butcher who is employed at Mr. Richards' slaughtering establishment, cut his band severely with a butcher's knife on Monday tvtiht It was deemed necessary to see a doctor, who dressed the wound He is now getting on first rate. Thu man Jackson, who fell on a butcher's knife last week, was not so severely injured as reported. He has quite recovered, and is at work again. Your readers will be glad to hear that Mr. H. 1 S^undercock's child, who was so dangerously ill ? a short time ago, is now quite out of danger. A plain and fancy dress ball will be held in the. Cosmopolitan Hall on Mond The weather is-terribly, hi scarce. Rain is wanted bad A concert will be. held Hall on Saturday evening nt (he iSth in...

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 9 March 1889

Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 8. (before Messrs. Becke, P.M., and T. Primrose.) Palmer Bushel was charged with using threaten ing language towards John Brewer. Mr. Neilson for defendant. Complainant did not appear. It was ordered that 5s each should be paid to each of three wit nesses by complainant, and 10s 6d professional costs, to be recovered by levy and distress. SLAUGHTERING LICENSES. Two slaughtering licenses were granted.

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