Elephind.com contains 5,387 items from Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
The Australian Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 September 1880
&l]c Australian Magna est veritas, et prevalebit. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880. THOSU who ave ol opinion that the ac inn i»f Parliament last sassion, in (lie >\av of land legislation, has done a yiliiny, kwards Mitling this vexed question, ari- greatly mistaken, for it ha* only made things easier for greedy land sharks, and there is no doubt that the new Parliament will have to! tinker once more with the land laws,1 and thus it will go on from year to year, uutil some really earnest men so remodel the land policy as to make it acceptable to the majority of the col onists. Mr. Day, the Me..,ber for The Hume, is stirring up the selec tors of the southern districts, and ad vocates the abolition of interest pay able on the balance due upon con ditional purchases. In this he is gaining some strong adherents, and the selectors of the south are forming themselves into political combinations to secure, if possible, tho return to the new Parliament of representatives who will pled...
Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 September 1880
Our Paris Letter. WE are in the height of the silly season ; the working men's coDgress without work men has closed its lunatic seances, the last being represented only by a chairman and a self-appointed committee, who prided them selves on their name-" anarchic socialists," and really expressive, as their perfect cures for the ills of labor, consist in dyuaraite to blow up the legislature, and riñes in the hands of workmen, who would demand from the well-to-do, " your money or your life." These social filibusters, innocent of sense ns of cash, appear to represent only themselves, as several of the trade guilds have officially signified they had neith-r connection or sym pathy with the pseudo- congress. The moral of the affair is this .- if the laboring classes desire henceforth to have their grievances seriously examined, they must eschew farce tragedy, and professional international agi tators : state distinctly what is wrong, and shape in a practical form, the remedial propositio...
Hash. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 September 1880
r lla«ti. A TRAIN on the Wellington and Grey town Railway has been blown orer a precipice. ?hree persons were killed and several injured. GERMANY and Austria have ontered into an offensive and defensive alliance. Over lies were made to Italy, and were well received. FIVE ships, containing 4,391 emigrants, 'arrived at New York in one day. A POPULAR temperance drink over on the western side is called " Locomotive Liquid," and is composed of water strengthened with Queensland rum. It derives its name from a ittle story told by Father Henneberry. SN autograph letter of the poet Burns, in sh he quotes his " Scots wha hae," has been sold for the large sum of .£94. letter is addressed to Dr. Currie, and d December, 1795. Ewe has been received that the Inman mship Company's s. s. City of Rich d, by which Hanlan, the Canadian oars , is a passenger to England, has been bled at sea. Hanlan'a arrival at Putney consequently be delayed for some days, it for a longer period. RICKETT and Laycock ar...
Original [?]ortrg. SONNET. WILLIAM WALKER ESQ., WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 September 1880
SONNET. WILLIAM WALKER ESQ., WINDSOR BY W.G.B. Old friend, the shadows of the setting sun, On the Blue Mountain range are now de- scending ; And I, like them, am Blowly, calmly wending. To the dim gloaming of a course near ran. And thou, in the world's strife hast fairly won, A worthy name,-thy duty bravely done ; Done, without ever in life's jonrney lending Thyself to wrong, since first tby life begun. Haply, the hand that writes these simple lines, Will stiffen unto death, ere thine are cold ; If so, 'tis well, for God's advise designs, Are filled with meroy, from the days of old. And from my heart, I trust thy lot may be, Bright, with bright honor, and prosperity. September 1st, 1880.
IT WILL NEVER BE PLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
IT WILL NEVER BE PLAYED. « Br gum I' Mr. and Mrs. Defoe sat before a cheerful fire in their home the other evening. There had been a long period of silence, when Mr. Defoe soddenly exclaimed as above. ' What is it, dear ?' she responded. ' Say, we've got tired of playing games, and what do you say to private theatricals V ' How ?' ' Why, we'll get three or four of the neighbours to join in and we'll meet at each other's houses and have regular plays.' ' That will be splendid I ' she gasped. ' Hanged if it won't 1 "Wonder we never thought of it before. Twenty dollars will get us all the scenery we want, and each one can furnish his own wardrobe. By gum I we've got tho idea now I' ' What sort of a play could we play V she asked, as he marched up and down with tragic step. ' I have it-aha !' he exclaimed, as he stopped short. Don't you remember I started to write a play about five years ago V I'll finish it and we'll bring it out ! Now let's see how the characters run. There is the Cou...
Versus Eleven of Bradford. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
Versas Eieren of Bradford. A match was commenced on the 20th be tween the Australian Eleven and the Eleven of the district of Bradford. The Anstralians went first to the wickets, which they occu pied most of the day, concluding their in nings with a total of 183. The highest in divitual score was made by Boyle, who played well for 60. The Australian team wa6 weakened by the absence of Spofforth, Ban nerman, and Slight. Next day, The Bradford team went in, and made but a short stand, and all was disposed of for 96. Palmer's bowling was very des tructive, and he took no los6 than six wickets. The Bradford team followed their innings and had scored 88, with the loss of three wickets, when the stumps were drawn. Next day, the match was resumed. The Home team continued their [innings, and added 97 more to their score, making the total score 195, Trith the loss of 9 wickets, when, owing to the inclemency of thc weather, play was stopped, and the game accordingly resulted in a draw. The wi...
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL TUE regular meeting of the above took place on Wednesday last. Present : The Mayor, and Aldermen Primrose, Smith, Simon, W. Gosper, Carroll, and Collins. MINUTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From J. Boland, applying for a wooden bridge in front of his property. Referred to Works Committee, ACCOUNTS. Several accounts were referred to the Finance Committee. REPORTS. Alderman Simon brought up a report from the Finance Committee, recommending the payment of accounts, amounting in the aggregate to £32 5s 9d. The report was received and adopted. Alderman Primrose brought up a report f om the Works Committee, in which it was stated that Church and Macquarie-strcets had been attended to ; that it is recommended to expend an additional £5 in Thompson's Square, and £20 in metalling George-street ; also that the footpaths are being gravelled where required. * The report was received and adopted. The Council Clerk reported t...
To The Electors Of Wollombi. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
To The Electors Of Wollombi. GENTLEMEN, At the request of a number of Electors, I heve consented to become a Candidate for your suffrages at the approaching General Eleotion. I hare for nine years been closely con nected with yon, and hare, during that time, studied the interests of the agricultural sec tion of the country, and am deeply in terested in the general progress of the Elec torate. I do not doubt that I am known, by repute, to you all, and therefore appeal to you, as an old friend, for your support. It is fortunate tuat this election will take place at a period of no very great excitement, and the Electors will therefore be able to choose, in cool blood, those best fitted to represent them. While, however, there may be no " burning question," it seems only right that as a Candidate for your votes I should give you a plain statement of my opinions on the general politics of the day, which I will en deavour to do in a concise and intelligible manner. In oar electorate, main...
SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. £ s d £ s d Maize, bushel.... 0 .8 4 to 0 3 4~ Oats, " .... 0 2 3 0 2 9 Wheat ,. 0 4 6 0 5 0 Lucerne Hay, ^ ton 3 10 0 5 5 0 Oaten " " 3 10 0 6 0 0 Wattle Bark, ,. 3 15 0 5 0 0 Potatoes ., 1 15 0 S 10 0 Butter, y tb . 0 0 4 0 1 0 Lard " . 0 0 2 0 0 4 Beeswax " . 0 0 8 O 0 10 Hides . 0 0 3¿ O 0 3f Pigs " . 0 0 2 0 0 3| Suckers, each. 0 4 0 0 7 0 Calves, ,. 0 7 (J 15 0 Calfskins . 0 10 0 16 linga, ty doz. 0 0 6£ 0 0 7 Turkeys, ty pair. 0 7 0 0 15 0 (ieese ,. 0 6 0 0 7 6 Ducks " . 0 4 9 0 4 9 Fowls . 0 3 Ê 0 3 9 THE disaffection in Basutoland is spread ing. A telegram has been received, stating (bat the Tauibookies have joined the Basa ros, and intend laking part in the hostilities ag;iii.sL the liritisb. li. &lt;juA«'K, the well-known English cricketer, died ou the 22nd, after a short ill UUBG.
Sackville Reach. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
Sackville Reach. (Fron our Correspondent.) AFTER n few fine days the weather broke again last week, with moderate showers up till Friday, 17th instant ; at noon a furious storm raged for upwards of ao hour, threaten ing destruction ta the early plants and fruit orchards about the neighbourhood. The shower was iuimensely weighty, mixed with hail the size of peas ; a desirable change has since counteracted the unpleasant effects of the storm, and at present the atmosphere is most salubrious. THE early melon plants suffered, and have since died off, and the beds about thc river have to be replanted. YESTERDAY several gentlemen paid a visit to Stannix Park, on a shooting excursion, the principal subject for game, I was in formed, was a bobtail bear up a tree ; the Bbots expended at his carcase w»6 sufficient i to blow his bearship to the North Rocks. Stannix Park was alway« a resorting ground for sportsmen, and their past enjoyments ro (wh|ch ¡happened forty years back, when I was a boy...
Police News. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST, 1880. (Before Messrs. J. B. Johnston, Dargin, and McQuade, J's.P.) LICENSING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
Police IV e IFS.' WINDSOR POLICE GOURT. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST, 1880. (Before Messrs. J. B. Johnston, Dargin, and McQoade, J's.P.) LICENSING BUSINESS. A license for a new 'bas was granted to Ellen Cleary to ply from railway station to Windsor iic. PROTECTION. Thomas Hogan was brought before the Court, having been apprehended for pro tection. Constable Carew said ho apprehended the defendant on Tnesday night, 14th instant, for protection ; he appeared to be unfit to take care of himself ; he vvas suffering from drink ; he has been in the lockup since, and attended to by the doctor who now thinks he is fit to be discharged. Discharged accordingly. OBSCENE LANGUAGE, James Gardiner was charged with using obscene language towards Willian Dunstan, on the Wilberforce Road, and pleaded guilty to the charge. Find 15s., and 7s. 8d. costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
v ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. Telegraph (Bailey), from the MoDonald, with maize and sundries. Maggie (Butler), from the -McDonald, with rnsiee and sundries. ! Settler's Friend, (Butler), from Webb's Creek, with maize-and sundries. Emily Edith (Blundell), from Colo, with orargea and sundries. Annnora (Meiherell), from 'Oolo, with maize and sundries. (Jang Forward (Jones), from Oolo, with maize and sundries. Same Old Game (Walker), from the McDonald, "'¡til maize and sundries. Welcome Home (Douglas), from Wise man's Ferry, with maize and sundries. . TICK TO CORRESPONDENTS. ill communications for insertion in the columns vf this journal must be ?aççom ponied with the yeal name and address ot the writers; not necessarily for pub linution, but as a guarantee of good faith. Reiected communications cannot be returned. TO ADVERTISERS, It must be understood that all Advertisements intended for the Australian taust, for the future, be paid for previous to insertion; unless ftuch Advertisements c...
The Australian. Magna est veritas, et preval[?]bit. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
&l)c Australiern. Magna cst veritas, et prevalcbit. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880. Now that the Public Instruction Act luis been got into working order, persons whose education has been ne glected in their youth are taking ad va ii ta jre of that portion of its pro visions relating to the establishment of night schools. Application for the establishment of these schools must bi? made by petition to the Minister of Public instruction, ard every peti tion must be signed on behalf of, not fewer than ten, persons, by the pa rents, guardians, or other residents of the locality in which it is desired to establish au evening school. No per son below the age of fourteen years will be received as a pupil of such school, unless such person has re ceived a certificate under Section 35 of the Public Instruction Act. Hitherto night school instruction has been a work of private adventure, often undertaken by persons not well qualified for the task, and without the requisite facilities and ...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. From 1st June, 1880, until further notice. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. from 1st J une, 1880, until further notice. DOWN TRAINS. Pass. I Pass. SYDNEY.Dep. Homebush. Parramatta Juuction Parramatta. Keven Hills. lllaeldowu Junction Riverstone. Mulgrave. ?Viudsor. RICHMOND.Arr. AM. 9 0 c 9 83 9 41 9 fiC 10 10 10 34 10 50 11 0 ll 12 ; P.M. I 5 26 I. ! 6 0 6 7 fi 21 0 30 6 54 7 10 7 20 7 32 2 IS 2 22 2 36 2 45 3 9 3 24 3 32 3 44 Pass. ] Pass. (S. Add' RICHMOND.. .. Dep. ! l\'indsur. .ilul^ravc. Ulverstone. Blacktown Junction Seven Hills. "arrnmatta. rarramutta Junction Honiu"^.-li. SYDNEY .Arr. A.M. 7 0 7 1.1 7 24 7 42 S 20 P.M. 3 45 4 0 4 9 4 27 4 59 5 4 5 23 5 29 5 45 li 2 P. M. fi 45 7 0 7 ll 7 27 7 58 8 3 8 20 b s^is down only ; passengers wishing to alight must give notice tu the Uuard at the previous slopping station, c. I'icks up only.
A Woman's Wiles! A TALE OF THE EMERALD ISLE, Abounding with Mysterious, Thrilling, and Romantic Incidents. CHAPTER XIX. A SUBTERFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
A Woman's Wiles ! A TALE OF THE EMERALD ISLE, Abounding with Mysterious, Thrilling, and Romantic Incidents. CHAPTER XIX. A SUBTERFUGE. ' Pool), pooh, my dear sir !-we don't call bed and board by that name in Ireland. We couBider ourselves the obliged parties when our dwellings aro honoured by such visitors as yourself. But I know what yoi1 are thinking of : I made myself so confoundedly disagree able whcu we met at my little Norah's, that you cannot shake off the unpleasant impres sion. I mu6t do my best to help you to for get it. Here, Regan, Larry, sh iw Sir Piers the way to my dressing-room. He will be glad to brash himself up a little after the miserable night he must have had. Then hurry up the breakfast.' The Baronet followed his obsoquous guide to one of the upper rooms of the tower, where he made his ablutions, and resolved the while to be quie^ and polite, until he had gained an insight into the policy oí the gentleman whose transition from absolute rudeness to over whelmin...
Hash. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
m. M. Hasb. L A CORRESPONDENT informs the Ballara mCourier that the Youug Men's Cbristiai ^Association of Sydney Lave written ti f MasBrs. Moody and Sankey, inviting then i- to come to the colony. Messrs. Moody anc ^?lankey ^in.vpi accepted the invitation, ant Vwill probably put in an appearance at Sydnej IT is now pretty certain, the Melbourn« Herald says, that Kelly will be tried it Melbourne, but the law authorities appear tc differ in opinion as to the simplest method ol \ procedure as regards changing the venue I There will, however, apparently be no real difficulty in removing the case from Beech worth to Melbourne, if it is thought desirable Pto do BO. tr ONE of those who took part in the famoui Fnaval engagement at Trafalgar, in which thc \ brave Nelson received his death-wound, ex Lpired at the Melbourne Benevolent Asylum Kn the 4th inst. The veteran's name wai [George Hipwood, and he was 95 years ol tage. I ON Friday evening, about 7 o'clock, somi f thief entered Governmen...
Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
Our Paris Letter. ALL who can are off to the sea-side : hus bands in harness leave on Saturday even ing by the " slave train," returning to the city on the Monday morning. The fashion able world is en route for Trouvillle-the French Baden-and where there is less chance of encountering democratic bathers, and less of similar tenants for the Persian villas. Close by is Deauville, whose fetes terminate in a race week; at all other periods it is aristocratically cold, and solemnly dull. It was the favourite water ing place of the Duchesse de Morny, whose husband founded and also buried many of bis debts there. It was at one of the casino balls, that the Duchess declined to dance in a quadrille, where her coach maker's wife was her vis-a-vis ; next morn ing the Duke received his little hill for fr80,000. A French printer proposes pub lishing a house list, as at other watering places, of all lady visitors eligible for matri mony, giving their ages, social position, for tune and expectatio...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
TOWN TALK. MR. FAIREY ON A CRUISE.-The Rev. C. B. Fairey, of the Congregational Church, Windsor, has just paid the Bungwall dis trict a visit. He travelled in Rob Roy canoe, Evangelist, and landed near the lighthouse at the Seal Rocks. Being on a mission tour, he held services at Seal Rocks station, Narini, and Bungwall Flat. Mr. Fairey de- livered his well-known lecture on his little craft and her travels ; and on Wednesday 15th instant, started for the Tea Gardens, Port Stephens. When he left, rain, which was badly wanted at Bungwall, seemed immi- nent. NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.—The proprietor of this Journal has determined that for the future nothing in the shape of a public as- semblage, dinner, tea, or other meetings will be reported in our columns unless an ad- vertisement announcing the same, and what printing may be required, is ordered at our office. If the promoters desire publicity they must pay for it. as our newspaper is our stock-in-trade and by it we make our daily bread, ...
THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
THINUS IN GENERAL. BY " RAMBLKII." THAT residents around here have been, and are assailed with nuisances ot every known description is a notorious fact ; and that they bear their burden exceedingly well and cheerfully is palpable to observers. Our populace will be threatened with disease, through having our streams and atmosphere ! polluted, rather than offend our almighty swells. But I am averse to dying before my time comes ; if a fellow had achieved things whereby his name would be im printed upon the tablets of the memories of his fellow-countrymen, there would be some satisfaction in shuffling off this mortal coil ; but to be wiped out in such an unceremoni ous and nasty style as is promised around here, I most emphatically declare to be bar barous-one had better be Ned Kelly-that il, if he is in search of fame. The latest achievement in the pestilence promising line took place on Friday night last, when some cuss was engaged to clean out and purify the back primises of a house...
MATRIMONIAL AND DIVORCE CAUSES COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice WINDEYER.) O'HARA V O'HARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 September 1880
MATRIMONIAL AND DIVORCE CAUSES COURT. (Before his Honor Mr. Justice WINDEYER.) O'HARA V O'HARA. In this cause an application was made on behalf of the respondent, Johannah O'Hara, for a sum of money to be paid into Court by the petitioner, Peter O'Hara, to meet the respondent's costs. The petitioner was a shopkeeper in a small way of business. Mr. Foster, instructed by Mr. G. M. Dunn, appeared for the respondent. Mr. Want, instructed by Mr. Way, appeared for the petitioner. His HONOR granted the application, and directed the petitioner to pay £25 into Court, or to find security for the payment, and also to pay £3 3s, as costs of the pre- sent motion.