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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-August 13th, ll a.m., Rv;v. W. Moore 7 p.m., RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Mr. E. G am brill 7 p.m., Student. ENFIELD.-ll a.m., " KUBRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., " WILBERFORCE.-3 p.m., Rev. W. Moore. 7 p.m., T BUTTSWORTH SWAMP.-3 p.m., Mr. G. Turnbull. REV. W. MOORE. / Chairman of CU emit.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
St. Joseph's Convent HIS GRACE, the Archbishop of Sydney, will Bless the Foundations cf the New Convent Chapel, on SUNDAY, 20th August, at 4 o'clock. S. J. A. SHEEHY. HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. .A. G-ZR^nSTID Vocal and Instrumental In aid of the Funds, will be given by the E/ICHMO]ïrD MUSICAL SOCIETY, assisted by Messrs- F- McQuade, Bushell, and Morgan, ON FRIDAY EVENING, 18th August, IN THE Church of England School-room. Doors open at 7-30. Commence at 8 p.m. FRONT SEATS, 3s. BODY OF HALL, 2s. Tickets may be had at the principal business houses in Windsor and Ilichniond, and of Members of Committee. W. BEARD. HON. TREAS. SMITH T. GREENWELL, HON. SEC. Department of Lands. Sydney. 21st July, 18S2. LAND SALE. ATTENTION is called to a Sale of Grown Lands to be held at the Land Office, Windsor, on thc 23rd day of August, 18S2, comprising Lands, County Cook, Parishes Meehan, Wilberforce, and Wheeny. For farther porticulars see "Gazette" of 17th July, 1882, No. 2SG, at the Police Offic...
MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. SIR,-One might naturally expect Sydney Juries to set an example of justice and in- telligence to their fellow jurors throughout the country, hut they dd not appear to do so, 4f we may judge by their decision in the ease of Ellen Leer, tried at the late Metropolitan Quarter Sessions, for a trivial offence. This woman shockingly illused her own two child- ren-one a girl of ten years of age, and the other only «ix years old-by, in the most in human manner, beating them about the bead ' and body with a no less formidahle weapon than a batten belonging to a sofa. It would appear she sent the eldest girl a message for some sausages, and, according to her own ad- j mission, she was exasperated at die' child stopping too long-altbongh the little girl stated in Court she was delayed through hav- ing to wait till the sausages were made. Be that as it may, it does not appear in what way the younger child offended-perhaps bj tak...
THE RECENT APPOINTMENT. To the Editor of the S. M. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
THE RECENT APPOINTMENT. To f/ie Editor of the S. M. Herald. SIR,-Without wishing to justify the action of the Government in re-appoiuting Mr. John Davies to the Metropolitan Licensing Bench as a sound stroke of policy, I respectfully desire to offer a few remarks by way of justi- fication by comparison. In discussing the propriety of such an appointment, I fail to see what the circumstances of a C.M.G., a J.P., or an M. P. have to do with the major question. These abstract matters have been enlarged upon, and used as means by which rodomontade has been unsparingly employed and levelled against one who, solaras I know, has won his way honourably ana well. The strength of such attacks, however, is Tery soon weakened when we consider the natural ema- nation of men in opposition, who appear to be ever on the alert to seize any opportunity to indulge in a fling at that Government of which they are avowed opponents, lt would be interesting to know for certaiu which lies closer to their he...
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
Richmond. THERE'S quite a dearth of news ; not that we are dead or sleeping, but life here is of the evenest-nothing screechingly sensational enough to worry our readers. It is true, weddings take place as usual, and we did hear of a case of May and December coming to- gether in the usual manuel the other day, but as no cards were issued, very little is known about it-therefore we let 'em lt.J.P. LECTUEE.-The Rev. Dr. Kelynack deliv- ered his interesting lecture on " The Old Home and vvhat I saw therr," on Tuesday i.ight, to a good audience, at the Wesleyan Chapel, and gave great satisfaction to those who have any recollection of the said " Old Home," or whose patriotic sap has not run dry ; though, I'm afraid the Doctor's elo- quence-on anything that referred to the old land, did not meet with much applause from our native Australians-perhaps, Dr. Kely- nack was indvidious in his praise of English beauty-in women, in scenery, in every- thing, to please a Colonial audience? GENERAL....
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
.LOCAL AND GENERAL. A SMALL Debts C>urt will be h?ïd at t'i-î - Court H ni so, Windsor, on the I it h Septem- ber next. Plaints must be bi l bofore tie *' 4th of the same month. AMATKUR THEATRICLES.-Our young tneîi are turning their talents to the Dramatic art, and will make their bow before the publie ia. " AU that Glitters is not Gold," on rh instant, at the Barracks. As thïir object i ? a good one, we trust their attempt »viii meet with a generous support from the public ^'m surely rio not wish to see eur Scho d &lt;>f Arts go the way that a similar institution in Par- ramatta has. I RETORS- TJVDER TITK MA-RSUPTAT, D";TRU'C TION ACT,-In the Windsor dist ri t. stace th* Act has been in force, no less than l.iiS ver- min have been destroyed, viz:-870 Waltabie*; 55i Kangaroos ; I Rabbit, and G Native Dogs, for which the sum of £72 9 s. 2 Î. have been paid for their destruction. Ta? prices per head awarded for destroying abnoxio is animals are-Native DOLTS 5s : Kangaroo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
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GRAND CONCERT AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
GRAND CONCERT AT RICHMOND. I j THIS Musical gathering came off on Friday '' evening last, at the School of Arts, and was i attended with the very best results. The ar I rangements for seating the audience were ex- cellent, and no confusion or crowding was observed, and yet the hall was fairly filled. ? lt was well patronized by the leading families of both Bichmond and Windsor, and every- thing had the stamp of respectability about it-not that the affair was simply respectable, for the performance proved otherwise. Shortly after eight, the Rev. Dr. Woolls i ascended the platform and, as President of the Musical Society, said that '-he had been I asked to address a few words to the audience with respect to the entertainment about to be given that evening. His task was a simple one : he had first to congratulate the members of the Richmond Musical Society on the very great progress they had made. They Were aware, no doubt, that the Society was only in its infancy, being established on...
SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
SPARKS So someb »dy " took their degrees" in the " long, long ago," did they ? Nobody I doubij it. 'Twasn't at Oxford, nor det- hridge, nor London, nor Edinburgh, nor Trin. Col. ! Where was it then? I burn to know. Well done H. P. ! Kow that Kendall has flitted over the border, a laureate is wanted. Yet, I am afraid your ode " To Arms, To Arms, Old England" is just a trifle too much of the Tennysoniati " (lauds allround" style, to fit you for Kendall's shoes. Still, the rh\ me runs rippingly plong ; and h is a sing-song cadence in it that makes one's mouth w.ittr. And then the conclud- ing couplet is good, old man ; which, as an Englishman, I much do admire " He'll find in calm old England, A hard old nut to crack " that is, the Czar will ; and I sincerely hope Arabi Bey will too. Sydney julies are getting their name up ; by and by the Englishman's boasted birth- right will be a stinking morsel for big European crows to peck at. Mr. Copeland's Malayan experience came ! in pat on Fri...
THE Hawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 12 August 1882
THE Ikulwhtrt} Cljraiúrb. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1SS2. WE notice that our contemporary, the Australian, is taking a lot of credit to itself for bringing about tb.3 blessed consummation ni a Water Scheme ; and ,;t the same time, is trying to make the public believe that its «.bief engineer is blessed with more perspi cuitv than other ordinary mort t s-in fae*, does lie (tho engineer aforesaid) not tell u« ¡rat lie knew all about it from the very first-" pinned his faith to it," he says. Sirce this gentleman and Alderman Davies - who may be separate individuals for all we know-though from the general tone of egotism prevailing the article, we are in c.ined to think they are " one and in- divisible"-knew all about this matter at its inception ; why then, did not they (or li") in the interests of the ratepayers lí*t themselves out a little innre than they did at ti'.e several public meetings, and conferences of Councils that have been held ? Had they known what they...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. A rn vfri un - A rri VB I I I JIU - Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs.lav. Fridav, Saturday, at J 1.3» a.in. and J.'.iii it.tn. Parramatta....Mouday Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. aud 7-30 p.m. flichiiiliad... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Pitt Tjwn... Monday, 8 p.m. ; Tuesday, Wednesday, .'..15p.m.; Thursday, S p.m.; Friday, Satur- day, -"..15 p.m. VT ¡"¡bf 'da- a: . Munda'., 3 l-"> i.i i. ; 'i . -I v. / ;\ .:; i'-'-r. WI'. . Mondi.v . .ai; . V*. .iv-atav, i P. ?'a., - ri LA , >. a_i..'day , .iL ii.on a.m. Riverstone... Monday, Tues Jay, Wednesday, Thurs dav, Fri&lt;lay, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Mulgrave... Monday, TueS'tuy, Wednesday, Thurs- day, 'rri lay, Saturday, at 7-30 p.m. Depart lor - Sydney....Moirlay, Tues lay, Wednesday, Thursday Fri.lav, Saturday, at il.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta... Monday, Tuesday, \vednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saiur...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 15TH AUGUST, 1882. (Before Mr. R. Dick, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Windsor Police Court» TUESDAY, 15TH AUGUST, 1882. (Before Mr. R. Dick, J. P.) William Wilton an aboriginal, charged with being drunk and disorderly was sent to gaol for 24 hours, in default of paying a fine of 5s. Dunstan v. Barrett-Trespass. This was a paltry case, and défendent was ordered to desist from further offending, and to pay the cost of summons.
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Railway Time Table Leave SYDNEY fbr R &lt;?]?..! nae "j Jd t^.T.-iv« ' go A.v.; .".Jn P.M. Saturday add., Winder ; l.t.". I'.M. Sunday. 12.15 A.«. (All ! Clarendon i set down at Clarendon.) ltiehaioad Lea\ e l'or SYDS'KY rom - Ri c li i 111111 ? I... 7 -1 A.M.; 3.5 1 P.M. Sa'urday add., .">. 10 r.M. i^Sets down or iiieks up at Ci.ireu .!..n.) Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., &lt;'>...;> P.M. lluaarave . 7.37 A.M. ; 4.1a p.u. Satur,lay add., 7.1 r.\t. Riverstone...7.53 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.-1» P.M. Blacktown...S.13 A.M.; I.V.» P.M. Saturda add., 7."&lt;5 P. M.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
St. Joseph's Convent HIS GRACE, the Archbishop of Sydney, will B e« the Foundations of the New Convent Chapel, on SUNDAY. 20th August, at 4 o'clock. S. J. A. SHEEHY. Department of Lands. Sydney. 21st July, 1862. LAND SALE. ATTENTION is called to a Sale of Crown Lands to be held at the Land Office, Windsor, on the 23rd day of August, 1882, comprising Lands, County Cook, Parishes Meehan, Wilberforce, and Wheeny. For farther porticulare see "Gazette" of 17th July, 1883, No. 286, at the Polioe Office or local Land Office. JOHN ROBERTSON. [A CAED]. Medical, DR. W. J. JACKSON TEBBUTT STREET, WINDSOR. To Let. HOUSE ia FITZGERALD STREET. Apply to P. BEVERIDGE. CÓOD INVESTMENT. TOWN OF WINDSOS, CATHERINE STREET. Terrace, Four Houses, paying over 10 per cent. WA. BRODIE has been'fav oared with initrac . tions to sell by Private Contract : 4 SUBSTANTIAL BUILT HOUSES, in Catherine Street, Windsor. Always tenanted, and returning over 10 per cent. net. TITLE UNQUESTIONABLE. WANTED, a Good 'Female...