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Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE AND CO'S. Weekly Report. Wednesday, August, 16th 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Sydney Markets A- H. PRINCE AND CO'S Weekly Report. Woiliu's.lny, August, lfîth 1SN2. Oaten Hay in bales (superior) 8s. G I. to 9s. Od Medium ... ... 7s. ."Jd to Ts. ÍJd Oaten " bundles ... 8«. Od. to Hs. o, 1 Medium ... ... Gs. Od..to 7s. (id Oaten & Wheadon bundles Gs. 3d. to Gs, 'J i ,, ,, Laies 7*. úl to Ss. Gd Straw in bales ... os. 'Jd. to -is. Od " bundi.'S ... ... 4s. (ld. to -ls. Gd Oaten Ciiaii' ... ... 7s. .Id. to 7s. Od Medium do. ... ... Gs. 0.1. to Oh. G i ?ST iw Chaff . 4s. Gd. to 3s. 0 ; Maizo ... ös. Od. to .">>. 1 1 Prime Lucerne ... ... 7s. Gd to 8v G I Me :i mi ... ... Gs. Gd to 7s. 0.| Wheat-local ... ... Os. (id. to Gs. pd Adelaide ... ... Os. &lt;-'d. to 7s. Od Potatoes - X-w Zealand 4s. Od. to 4s. G i Warnambool -is. Od. to 4-s. G ! ,, Circular Heads 5s. Ol. to 5s. o 1 Barley-Cap- . -ts. Od. tn 4s. ?>d " " Eaglish . 4s. WA. to 4s. ,-> ' Brtii ... .. ... ls. öd, to ls. &lt;i&lt;l Pollard . ls. Öd. :o ls. Gd Ftv.M).«»...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
JM TU ETANT NOTICE. To E'uilders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach. Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense FIÏTED UP A SUPERIOR TTJRÏÏIZTG ,ATHE, AXD EKGAGEI» A COMPETENT WOG; . JENER, I AX PREPARED TO :PPLY, AT REASONABLE RATES: Finials, Balusters, ». ,Centres, Circular M^^p^ Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c, &c, TO ORDER, >T SHORT NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates. STEAM TURNERY Yv'ORKS, GEORGE-STREET, _? A R R A M A T T A. Gazzard and Bond, UILLiEES AND CONTRACTORS, LAXSDOWXE-STREET, Parramatta. c Estimates srivert for all kinds of work. S. & F. Sweeny, INTERN AT I O N A L P ll I Z E 0 A C II li IT I L D E R S. MACQVAKIE->; !:KI.T, I'AKKAMATTA. Double-sorted Bi:--;.?, from.£3- U- £:.> Single " " " .£.>'' to Sociables, from.£!.. te £T.O Pagrii-11 Carts, from.HID Spring Vans, f:?? >i:i . ?:2) ,, Girts, from.£10. Ci-' Painting, and r- ;. - Irs al Sydney M . Ali Wc rk «.üuraiLÍeed. tgyr Tif.a: P;.vrai nts Taken. J. S. Abraham's Hüls. TH...
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Richmond. REALLY, matters are too distressingly dry these times, and it takes a lot of suction to enable our boys to discuss the merits of *4 Players v. Australians," with any degree of öuency. It is difficult ts see how such a thing was accomplished-very! and the " ifs" being exhausted, it becomes necessary to fall back upon a very rotten support indeed viz : -that the Australians had too much English " nut brown ale," (hv right we should pro- nounce the last word *s yale") to enable them to stand against men who drink the s:mie kind of suction by the bucket. It is, to say the least of it, a paltry excuse, and not fair to either one side or the other-because, to attack a stigma of drunkenness to our team - many of whom are gentlemen, is anything but complimentary. "We should not have remarked upon this matter, but for the reoic ulc-us and unreasoning arguments put forth by some of our men about town-who seem to envy the Bull family just one little win. Our mo'to is moderation, whet...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
LOCAL AlffD GENERAL. WE beg to remind our friends that Arch- bishop Vaughan will lay the foundation stone of the New Convent Chapel to-morrow after- noon, at 4 p.m. THE ENGLISH HARVEST.-Happilj, the weather is favourable for harvesting opera- tions ; and the returns to hand show that the present season's harvest bas been better than any year during the past decade. THE correspondent who wrote to us from Pitt Town on an important matter, should have sent ns his name-not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith ; if we cannot be trusted with people's names, they needn't bother us with their correspondence. BANQUET TO MR. JOHN DAVIES, C.M.G\ M.P., ETC.-This gentleman was entertained at a tea banquet, in the Temperance Haili, on Tuesday evening last, by a few friends and sympathisers-among whom were the Revs. Dr. Steel, Pastor Allen, G. Sutherland, Caruthers and Gardiner and Messrs. Henson, M L.A.. Kippax, Nicholson, Palser and others. The hon. gentleman entered int...
UP HILL. BY A PERIPATETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
UP HILL. BY A PERIPATETIC. LEAVING what we are now justified in calling th« Hi» Smoke " now-:i-days, one fine morning last week, for a mouthful of fre^h air-free from salt water laid dust, foul sewage, and other rotting abominations of the City of the South, I decided, wien at Parra- matta, to turn to the right at Blacktown instead of going straight ahead ; this detour from my original journey, brought me to the pretty little township of Richmond in some- thing less than two hours-which, by-the bye, is wonderful travelling in these go-ahead times ! Happening to see a gentleman, witk whom [ had some slight acquaintance, whe was going " up hill," and finding I was like the youth in " Excelsior," longing to be going upwards in any direction, he very kindly offered me a seat in his trap, which I at once accepted. My friend pointed out to me the many paints of interest on the road ; ex- plaining how high the big flood of '67 came up, and as we neared the mer, pointed out where the Grose ...
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Arrival of River Graft at Windsor "Wharf. "We should say, in the Reach, for some of the boats have not succeeded in reachi- g the wharf, in consequence of ¡irnimíün^. Alma from St. Albans, with maize, and sundries (Smith). Emjtrcss from Colo, with oranges, poultry, and c^s. ^áandav). Pro>jr&lt;:*.&lt; from Colo, with oranges, (WalO. (lcm from Colo, w i' li sundries ( Methered ). Surah Jana from Cot", with oranges, poul.ry, and ea-ars (Hales). Jit.'m /[.? rh-rt from Lower Hawkesbury, with waizrj, poultry, and e.;.'**, (Woodbury). Ec i IV-ia tin' Maedoaald. with paltry, cg*.--. l-'igs and s.iah-e-s. (J. Kulka-). ? E/inD't Matilde, iroiu it. Albans, with mai.'.e, sud sa.ndric^ (ü.inisdorff).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
Ta. HAWKESBURY CÏÏROMCLE/ A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Jiibcral Principles. Published every SAi'URDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. AnvrnTTST^TENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. "reins OF Si:r.scr.TPTlox : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Qnarter, Booked... 2s. fid. in advance... 2s. Per Hnlf-year ... 4s. 6d. ... 4s. Per Annum ... 9s. ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERM'S OF ADVERTISING : Five lines or under ... ls. lines or over 5 ... 2s. Fifteen lines 10 ... 3s. Tvropcncc per line for every additional. Í p.liur x\ Insertions. | nfte AavER-'-srMF.vrs MAV BE INSEISTKH WEAKLY AT TRB FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. ("One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long To rm. T*o " ... 10 0 (Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be "booked" to reg-ular customers. WINDSOR MARBLE A...
SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
SPARKS " Nipped in the bud." was it old mau ? Thanks to Alderman Simon, that flower didn't come to a blossom, for though be looks pretty iharpiy after th - ratepayei s cash, he evidently thinks the Council is not vet in so impecunious a condition that it cannot pay for its advertisements. Isn't there just a soupcon of the dog; in the manager policy, i t the last coup of our most liberal Alderman? When a man boasts of 1 »siag £20 a year by serving the ratepayers as their civic representative, wouldn't it be more manly to abide by it, than to be whip- ping the cat ? Our genial Rogers lays it on to Sydney juries with a liberal hand ; the cuts are well directed, and only wants the brine rubbed well m. to make the job complete. Who's on for the job ? Old Free Selection was not to be had by the Land Deputationists the other day. The old c'lap has a lot of " go" in him yet, and he is del ermined to go pretty warmly fir the Erysipelas rascals, more power to the aid man's beard ! Not rulv Ti...
PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
PINS. Cum gratia salis. T'ir Rev. Mr. ^po-in-T. pre- -idling a st?r II)m the other day. before his M is.mic iireth erea H Ml.till, while cont'".ding f ir l'ie S'lpe r.orlty of Kreeinaftnis and Five masonarv, expresses i'.im»eif thuslv :-" Free nason s h ive' s mietimes been represent ? ! as a hand ot J libertines, or freethinkers, wno have rea nine - 1 their beiief in GOD, ail i g'Vea :Ii-mseiv- s up to a life of s-nsuaiity, ami seh-ii du'.gence. Tiiey tire n-girded as a sort of club, or as-ai cia'ion, for.ned for the purpose of in bilging in drunkenness and revelry. A id, it can- not be dsnied tnat, too olten the outside world has been fuiiy warranted i.i c niling to su di a conclusion, hy the unworthy. nav, utterly sc aid dous, ¡ives of many "vii > luve been per miited to join the Craf;, a ad because the nn initiated have no other means of knowing and judging wiiat are. tile true principies of Free- masonry, than by the outward lives of those who have been initiated into its my...
THE Hawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 August 1882
THE AXD FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1SS2. is H. iii" .locrdtic country, where tlie people have supreme power, nothing is more neces ....irv i im fiat the Courts ot' Ju»tice, ami all c u.i. ..-t' J. therewith, should he subjected to th;- closest scrutiny and fullest criticism. We. toe p; opie, set Uj> and knock down at pleasure, panniers aud other necessary office holdfis. as if they were mete ninepins; and vet we ail >w these perso.is who ¡ive upon mir merest ¡ne itn, to appoint permanent officers to the Vuivo is Government Depart- ments-that of Justice among others-who bocome the greatest, and only, aut icrats we li.ivo, and the wonder is we tolerate them so long. An 1 nat on i j do we tolérate indi v dan's who tl > nat yaw ¡ys give decisions at ail in unison with the popular idea of jus'.i.e. but we per.nit i > exist-in fact, we countenance ineve¡\ way-a system that is not only a cOntiuua: iai.ure, but is faut be- elining a bye word and a reproach-we mean t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 August 1882
I. O. G. T. PRIDE OF WINDSOR LODGE, 199. THE next Session of the above, will be "held in the Wesleyan Schoolroom, on THURSDAY Evening next at 8 p.m., when a Debate will take place on the following question :-" Do the extreme measures em- bodied in the present Licensing Act demand its reconsideration in Parliament now assembled." A full attendance of members is requested. GEO. ROGERS, Wor. Sec. Department of Lands, Sydney. 15st August, 18S2. NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF PRE-EMPTIVE AND AUCTION LEASES. AS the period is appmahhiiig during which pre- emptive lease and auction leaseholders must pay their rents for renewal, it has been considered desirable to state, for the information of such per- sons, that much unnecessary delay ami inconven- ience will be avoided, and the probability of embarrassing complications materially diminished, if they, instead of forwarding their amounts direct to the Treasury, will pay them to the local Crown Lands Ageuts. who will issue specific receipts and transm...