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Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Small Debts Court. "WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, Messrs D. Hol land, J. B. Johnstone, T. Primrose, W. Moses, Dr. Callaghan.) TOWERS V. PALMER. In this case the plaintiff did not appear, and he was ordered to pay 7s 6d to defendant, 7s 6d to one witness, and 5s to another as expenses. DAVIES V. WU.LOUGHBY. This was a claim for £8. £4 5s was paid into Court. George Davies gave evidence, and stated his claim, which was for advertising in the AUS TRALIAN and for electioneering printing ; he could pot get any money from defendant : the amount put down as a set-off was for dentistry work ; the standing advertisements were charged as ordinary advertisements at the rate of 2s per inch. Charles Moss Davies said that no arrangement was made as to the price to be charged for the .tending advertisement!, To Mr. Willoughby : The charge of 6s per insertion for 12 insertions of a card was not ex cessive ; an agreement was made when defendant first came to town, but on its expiration i...
A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.] ADDENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.J ADDENDA. Since writing the above, I find that the old Bcare anent a permanent scarcity of water in the river, owing to the Sydney water supply, has re vived, thus showing how easily people become alarmists. To intensify this feeling a professional man has lately given ms opinion the same way in a clause in his report upon the state of the Hawkesbury at Windsor. With your permission, I will further trespass on your apace by endeavour ing to show that there is really no cause for alarm from this source ; the fact is, instead of the division of the upper waters of the Nepean and its tribu taries to Prospect doing us harm, it has done, and will do, much good, inasmuch as the liability In flood is considerably reduced, and in no way has our water supply, for any purpose whatever, been materially reduced. Many persons may not be lieve this, but before I go into details to con vince them of the fact, I would ask in what way h...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Markets. In Sydney yesterday ihe following prices ruled : -Maize, old, 3s gd to 3s iodf oats 3s 2d to 3s 3d, bran is id to is 2dd, chaff, oaten, 6s iod to 7s 3d, straw 3s 7d to 3s iod, lucerne hay 100s to iros. The following prices ruled at Windsor :-Oats 3s gd, barley 3s iod, butter is 4d, eggs is 3d.
Meteorological Observations [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Meteorological Observations the Observatory, Windsor, during the week led March 14th, r88g. Rarom. g li. Shade. Rain for a.m. reduced Max Temp 24 h. to 32' Fabt. Temperature. ii) Sun ended 9 Black Bulb b a.111. in Vacuo. Indies. Max. Mi*. Inches 2'/772 58''} >4)'1 0000 30* 05 hs i (0-5 15'. u tvooo 29^12 . 944. fi4'9 >'>?"' 0-022 2 '/?>'+ 95 5 "'.J' 30'HO /8l I6B 1V»'J 0'i>:&lt;0 3C'.| 10 77 3 6o"6 IK'J o.u.Jo : |V-415 9-4 S "" IV) "'"'i ^marks :-6 ojerfj t&lt;t &lt;()?(ion(;o -.nf Ii>at-v cli'i&lt;J, 1 6 p.ni.; i.i. thunderstorm in NAV. itnrinp, m.-rnooii, 1 ps of rain aflai snus«t; 11, t>mn&lt;li r lorm in \V in (lit; \ irnoon, with soni ? drop- ji rai 1, 12 d lit and ?-lau.lv. vmiIi Bsioni ! su ishiae , 13, iinn:h clou.l ; 14, nac, W illi d.utch.'d uds. Jote:-'The shade thermometers are only provisionally reeled. JOHN TJiUUUT ! . '.y* rch 8 9
Cards and Grammar. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Cards and Grammar. One evening last week four gentlemen were playing cards at a certain place in town, and when the game had been com pleted one of the defeated men said to nis partner " You and I will play off." " No," replied the other, " you and nie will play off." There and then a w.iger was made as to which of the two was correct, and a well-known pedagogue was called upon to decide the question. This he did in favour of the man who said, "You and mo will play off." As there appears to be some difference of opinion, we would like to hear from those who arc sufficiency interesed to give their ideas on this matter. We have no doubt as to the correctness of the decision.
WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
WHAT WE HEAR, That Alick Bowman, Esq., M.P., was in Rich mond on Saturday. That during last week the morning passenger train to R.ch.nond actually ran to time twice. That to make up for it the train ran several time , ten minutes late. That on next Friday the Richmond Oddfellows' | entertainment take'; place . That the Richmond Skating Rink starts to j night Tivit the idea of attempting to oust Mayor Moci ley from his position as an alderman of South | Ward lias U»en abandoned. That the Windsor School of Arts is to be thoroughly renov.ited-and not before it is absolutely necessary. Tint r»n e\rurnion trip is to he r"n down the river shortly by the steamer St. Albans That St.insbnry, the \ru!ler, is preparing to have h tussle lor the championship with Searle. Th.it the m* v way "I expressing the old saying I ol " I'm :t bttggar on horse bark nnd ho'll r;de to | the devil " is " All equestrian mendicant will i itl ^ towards the realms of his Satanic Maje^tv." Tint numbers of valuable ...
Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Windsor Borough Council. Present : A full Council. CORRESPONDnNCT-. From Tlmn-a ; Davis, asking thit tlm pipes in his yard shriii l&lt;i Lm conlinued, as the drain i.-. in a dangerous st «i». Referred to Works Committee. From agent (V M-.s Uoskisson, asking that an approach l> . rrnde to the gateway of premises occupied by M]ohn Molloy, as an accident hid occurred. Aid Primrose and Ward stated that this was correct. Received and refened to the Works Committee.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
TRY JAMES' It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, AND Best for Washing Day, W For* the Complexion, Softening and Cleaning the Hair, ^ For Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Bad Feet, and all Skin Diseases on man or beast, it cannot be surpassed. ® : H Ask your Grocer for it, or send to the Maker, H. JAMES, 763 George - St., SYDNEY. ALL COMMUNICATION DETECTIVE SOAP. Detective Soap. What people say about it: g Mr. Sidden, City Missionary, Chippendale, says :-The Detective Soap cured my Children of Ring Worms." Mr. Walters, Glebe ^ Point, says:-" It cured my wife of bid feet." Mrs Johnson, Han 50 over-street, Waterloo, says :-" She has tried the Detective Soap for £ everything tn a household-washing clothes, cleaning silver, taking ? grease and paint out of clothes, &c., with the most gratifying success.' Mr. Rayson, Sydney Bus Co.. says:-"Your Detective Soap has been tried by our foreman, and has been found to give excellent results in curing greasy heels and other skin diseases in hors...
Picturesque Spots in Sunny N.S.W. NELLIE'S GLEN. CONTRIBUTED BY A. M. W. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Picturesque Spots in Sunny N.S.W. NELLIE'S GLEN. CONTRIBUTED BY A. M. W. It is not my intention to write a guide book, but to attempt, Jm.vever feidjlv, a description of one of the most charming of tin* many lovely spots to be seen anion",' tlio grand mountain ranges that skirt tJio eastern bonier of oar groat isln,nd continent. About two miles from KaLooinba Station, a'ong the main road to Tin,1 hurst, a bush road turns oft' at a trey markv.l by the early explorers, Lawson and others, as the limit of their first discovery. This road leads to Nellie's Glen, the pretty name given to a spot admitted by all tourists to be un equalled. Language indeed fails to give the remotest idea of its exceeding beauty. The rugged, precipitous cliffs, which on all sides seem to present (from the ridges along which the iron horse travels) an im passable barrier, are here from three to five hundrod feet in height, and it is down through fissures in these dill's that the bold and hardy pioneers ol Aust...
Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Sporting. CRICKET. On Saturday last on the Richmond Park the local team suffered a defeat at the hands of the Parrrmatta .Vlfreds, the scores being 98 and 195 respectively. However, the result of the match would have bee doubtful had a second innings been played, on account of the play shown by the Richmonds after lunch time. The Altreds previous to lunch put together the good old total of 150, with the loss of two wickets, after which the remainder were all disposed of for 45 runs. At any rate, it is no disgrace to the local team getting a beating of roo runs at the hands ot one of the best of second-rate clubs of theassocia : tion. A match between the Peninsula C.C. and Pitt Town C.C. was played at Pitt Town on Saturday afternoon, 9th March. Appended are the scores : -Pitt Town C. C. first innings: Atkins 2, Cob croft 5, Hession o, Wilbow 15, Owens o, Mitchell 13, Miller 4, W. Johnston 8, Davis o, Smallwood o, M. Johnston 2, sundries 9, total 58. Second Innings: Atkins 37, Cobcrof...
Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Windsor School of Arts. A committee meeting, in connection with the above, was held on Monday evening last, when there were present: Messrs. F. J. Mortley (President) in the chair, Johnson, O. Fitzpatrick, Holland, C. Davies, J. J. Fitzpatrick, Gallagher, J. C. Fitzpatrick, and Dr. Callaghan. After a small account had bt?en passed for payment, a complaint from Mr. Holland agaii:sl the Librarian was dealt with. A long discussion ensued, and the result was that it was decided to over look (he matter. A vote of thanks was passed 'o Messrs-. Pad ley Bros, for a donation of several bonks to the library. The fo'lowing committees were ap pointed : - Library Committee : Messrs. Johnson, J. C. Fitzpatrick, and Dr. Cai Jaghan ; Improvement Committee : The whole of the School of Arts Committee. Mr. Johnson moved that the charge to local people for the use of the hall for socials be at the rate of 15s up to mid night, and 20s for anything later, instead of, as at present, 20s and 30s respective...
Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 15. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., Moses, Yeo, Primrose, S. J. Dunstan, and Holland.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 15. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., Moses, Yeo, Prim rose, S. J. Dunstan, and Holland.) William Henry Arnold, Albert Arnold, and I Dennis O'Brien were charged with digging up stontf from Pitt Town Common on nth March. Mr. Coonan for defendants, who pleaded not guilty. Mr. Richardson for the prosecution. Mr. Richardson opened the case, and calledjames B. Johnstone, Jun., one of the trustees ot Pitt Town Common, who produced the necessary documents relative to grant of Pitt Town Common, rules regulations, &c.; the names of the defendants did. not appear on the Commoners' rpll; the names of Albert Arnold and Wi list of applications fore were received on 45th3 meeting was to be hej Coonan : knew James I] landowner, and was a G Joseph Hobbs deposed trustees of the Commoi mitted that defendants: the l'itt Town Commoi nth March witness sri the Common ; defendax there until they were c Arnold said Mr. Jara&lt; tfoing to bear the exp them go t...
Visit of the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Visit of the Railway Commissioners. On Tuesdny evening last, Mr. F. J. Mortley. Mayor of Windsor, received a telegram from Mr A. Bowman M.l\, st iting that the Railway Com missioners would arrive at Windsor Station at 12.20 on Wednesday Accordingly a deputation, consisting of the Mayor, Messrs S. T. Greenwell, Norton, l'iddington. and R. Dick, proceeded to the Railway St.nion shortly before 12 o'clock. These gentlemen waited on until 1.30, and as no , news of the train's whereabouts was obtainable, j the party adjourned to Mr. Viney s Railway , Hotel to partake of lunch, and had just completed the repast when the special hove in sight. The deputation just arrived on the railway platform as the the train steamed up to the station and passed through. It was then 2 o clock, and as t the gentlemen forming the deputation had been waiting fully two hours, they were naturally in- I censed at the treatment they received. The whole | of them had left their businesses, and lost their time in ...
River[?]one. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Rivei DEBATING SOCIETV. a debating society in an excellent one. Iti be lost in getting the lished. FREETRADE ASSOCM branch of the above is seeing that throughout are on the move, I do stay in the background ADDRESSES ON THB to the fact of there be at Mr. Wood's Tern night, these addresse gathering will take j instant. No publicit called for last Satut number of those intt were absent. It is be here are strong enot league, and an attemp night to do so. GROWING.-Riversre I understand that two! lished. Mr. Aylingha trict, two young andi chased the business. I ILLNESS OF MR. J to have to report thei Hancock, Sen., of « man is well known J his many. friend* im cover. -Jgjnl bxie. Wended to establish one, and the idea is td that no time will '.ation fairly estab t understand that a tablished hjsre, and onv the Freetraders k Riverstone should QUESTION.-Owing a small attendance Hall on Saturday not delivered. The Saturday next, 23rd iven to the meeting frequently a large a the land question...
Richmond Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Richmond Borough Council. Present : Aldermen Mitchell (in the chair), J. Onus, Stevenson, Crisford, Kelly. Dunstin, and Rid Re. Aconnts were rec lived from Mr. Maclardy, printing, f i, and School of Arts rent, £15; re ferred to Finance Committee. MOTION. Aid. Kelly moved, " That the sum of £30 he voted to enable the Works Committee to employ unemployed married men, wh^re they deem it necessary, to repair streets and footpaths." Seconded by Aid. Stevenson Cnrried.
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
REPORTS. Aid. Smith said he could not bring up a report of the Works Committee, as a document had been mislaid, which it svas necessary to have. FIN'iN'CH COMMITTED. Aid. Linsley moved thai a Fnance Committee consisting ot Aid. Simon, Primrose, Ward, and Fitzpatrick be appointed. Alderman Primrose seconded. Aid. Dunstan moved as an amendment, " That Aid. Ward, Primrose, and Fitzpatrick be the Finance Committee " Aid. Smith seconded, but the amendment was afterwards withdrawn. The resolution was carried. MINUTES FROM THE MAYOR. The estimate of probable receipts and expendi ture was produced by the Mayor. Aid. Simon moved and Aid. Smith seconded thnt the estimate be read and received. Aid. Primrose opposed, on I ho ground thn t the matter should be dealt with by (he Finance Committee before being submitted io tli ? r'umcil. Aid Simon moved that the Council adjourn for 5 minutes for the purpose of en ibling the Finance Committee to bring up the estimate in question. This was agreed to,...
Sydney Water Police Court. MONDAY, 11TH MARCH, 1889. Before Mr. Addison, S.M. MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
Sydney Water Police Court. MONDAY, IITH MARCH, 1SS9. Before Mr. Addison, S.M. MAINTENANCE. I Vim Ford, late of Richmond, appeared against ' George Mitchell, of Richmond, bu^y trimmer, to ! t compel him to support an illegitimate male child, j of which she was the mother ruiil he the putative I father. Mr. W. I\ Crick appeared for com plainant, and Mr R. H. T,evien for defendant. I Vina Ford, sworn, stated that on the 22nd Sep 1 tember, 1888, she was confined of a male child ; j George Mitchell was the father of it ; she kept his | company in Richmond ; she did not. keep anyone else's company. t By Mr. Levien : Did not keep the company of a person named Buttsworth. Several other witnesses were called, but little light was thrown on the matter. For the defence, George Mitchell, the de fendant, swore that he never kept complainant's company; the whole charge was false. Witness was severely cross-examined by Mr. Crick, but his evidence was not shaken. Mr. Addison thought it unnecessary ...
LITTLE FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
LITTLE FOLK: A Touch of Tqetiy-CapeBdtnfr hefc] falter * one day' a little girl passed her' Siriall Hafafc - over mis ha&, ad^itig: 'PApa, yOtilr'haSr is 1 getting full of frost.' ' ApieSees the Poifat^* Why, AIKe: &Bfl3r; 5s that' the way tb Vegin yoiir|aiiihfttf,'"la6"ke4 r a mother of "per Utile daughter, teheUe&aii/ wifli' the pie". . % defclaite,.toatiima,; ji wasgoibg' tb^ekpTny dinjier tipaidterd6wii,-i wa&?.t;Ir . . ' ;3 ' } AjxcL pojr litti^girife,* t>a£& ^ a,'. J Sion^ajr * school, teacher, 'you. may fell me agouti*' Chi' Episttes.' A. little girl held up hffl? wuHCH ' Well,' said the teafcher, 'The ^pistW^T said t^ellttie^l-' the Epistlesiie tTO,ipHhre& of theAposttea.' , . ' ' A&lt;newbaby came to a.home pnClwlottef avenue and the 3-year-old, Harry, Jbroifght ift.j a little playmate to rejoice with hici over ^he, little new Bister, After looking at it a. mo-, meat the little visitor Bays ; ' Why don't it laugh.? ...
IN A BURMESE PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
IN A BURMESE PRISON. In a far corner of tlie yard a number of convicts are busily engaged cleaning their irons with working timber In the mud of the tidal oreek Outside, and, hbving widied theihselves, are now* according' ^to rules, poMtiug up the fetters. The asnduona care come of them de rate to thB business draws from the superin tendent tiie scauatio remark that4 some men will take a pride in anything.' -- Squatting in a row on one side is another ganjgofthirfy or forty convicts, presided over by warders. 'The superintendent's arrival is the signalfdr them to -prepare lor his inspeotibn, an&lt;| thi. head warder inn'lln out in a dreary nibnotonethe Burmese Words of ; bom&ftnft. ' "StaiMltip!' . ' .AJJjise do^geflly^ Eyery man places his feet together lays the bars connecting his ankles straight out befbrpjuin. ' ' Show elaJ^s !' Evi-ery j^n takes his ' thimhoye' by tiie kr^jWfiieto and holds it againsfcjhis bre^t w*¥^|hiaaaB, that the superintendent niay sw tn§ f...
ART & LITERATURE [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 16 March 1889
ART & LITERATURE There is a probability that Browning -will be the next laureate. Though only three years younger than Tennyson, he is as robust in mind and body as a man of 50. Mr. Gladstone and Lord ^Randolph Chur chill have purchased over fifty copies of Mrs. Burnett's story, ' Little Lord Fauntleroy,' for distribution among their young friends. Tennyson is better, but at the age of 79, his working days are over. He will under take hereafter no more laborious task than a little revision of his porms. TTis severe ill ness was brought on through indulgence in a life-long passion for walking in the rain. Lawyer-See here : don't you consider that young- lady's character good P Witness -Wall, I dunno. She arn't bad enough to be kept out o'respectable society of course ; but if s. my private opinion she ain't none too good to write a popular passion novel ef paid fer it. Both Erckmann and Chatrian now have comfortable fortunes made out of their literary work. They are about 70 ...