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WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
WILBERFORCE. DEBATING CLUB.-On Wednesday evening the local debating club had a small meeting. The subject for debate was " Local Option," but it was decided that it should not be discussed in the ordinary way that night. Several members, in cluding Messrs. Gordon, Bowd Senr., Butts worth, Nicholls, and J. C. Fitzpatrick spoke upon a multiplicity of matters, no little attention being given to the land question, and the gathering broke up at 10 o'clock.
The Pulpit and the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
The Pulpit and the Stage. -A sermon, on the theatre was preached re-, oently in anBnglish church, in which the ineaoher. btought out 8om« sensible facts re garding the stage. Let usperuse what was teaidmpdn that occasion. The lev. gentleman biased, his remarks on the passage raerting to Ohrifit'e -presence at the -marriage-feast at Catxa;an event which, lie held, had consecrated for all my mirth, merriment, and amusement, ba things necessary at times for the nature of man. All plaes of honest and itthoeent vamtiBefient-theatres, concert halls, music halls, v&o. , therefore, were justified feven ,-from *, religious point of view. Lot-them not, ibecauue tiiey p-ofeased to be religious people, fight shy of all places of amusement and entertainment. People said that, unfor .tanatelyj, the theatres did not provide pure wad hohest entertainment, and that the stage .had 'an immoral tendency. Of course, there were plague-spots upon the drama as upon Hswrjr i«fcher land of art. But t...
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Accidents. On Thursday last a very painful accident hap pened to Mr. Maisey at Mr. J. S. Busby's Peninsula tannery. Mr. Maisey was at work at a machine, and was tightening several bolts that had become loose. He gave the order to start the machinery, and whilst leaning over to tighten another bolt, hiB left hand was caught, the forefinger being literally torn away. Dr. Gibson was called in, and he re moved the injured member. All Mr. Maisey's friends-and they are legion-will be sorry to hear that he has met with this mishap, but we are glad to be able to report that he is now pretty well over the effects of his nasty accident. On Thursday afternoon an accident happened to a man named James Clark, who resides at North Rocks, whereby he had his Bhoulder dislocated. Dr. Gibson attended to the injuries.
POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
POPULAR SCIENCE. - A &lt;$erman patent has been issued for the preparation of wood for fibrfe spinning Strong fabrics are made from the product. [ A steam taachine for cleaning out the re torts in gte-works has been jput to service i successfully in Philadelphia. It does the work of eight'men. Among recent camera achievements are a portrait copyiaken by the light of a Cuban fire-fly in ':thirty seconds, quia & photograph of the Aurora Bprealis. To obtain the latter had been declared an utter impossibility. A cement very much used in' China and J&pan is madefrom rice. - It is only necessary to mix rice flour intimatelywith water and gently rimmer the mixture over a clear fire, when it readily fonns a delicate and durable oement. iNicotine is one of theiriost powerful of the kaown -*iieiye'pQiBojMJ . It is: as virulent ad prussic acid. -There is no eiibstance knowii which can counteract its effects ; the system eithersucchmbs 'oreurviviefi aocordingtb its resis...
Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Riverstone. This evening addresses will be delivered in the, Temperance Hall, Riverstone, on the principles of Land Nationalization. Mr. Phelps will take the chair. Mr. C. P. Ayling writes thus to the DAILY TELEGRAPH :-Sir, In last Thursday's issue of your valuable paper appears a paragraph re the visit of the Railway Commissioners to the Richmond branch line and the " disgust " of the Windsor people. This paragraph is incomplete. The facts are these. On the 5th inst. J wrote asking the Commissioners if they would pay a visit of inspection to our dilapidated and neglected railway station at Riverstone. I received a reply in return that they would do so on the 13th inst. I subsequently received a wire fixing the time of arrival. By some means it reached our member's ears, and he was on the platform with a list of " wants," which was handed to Mr. Eddy; but as Riverstone cannot boast of much eloquence it fell to my lot to urge our claims to consideration for improvements. The Commissi...
LITTLE FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
LITTLE FOLK. -^ Little liila Jamison startled her papadi rectly after grace the other day by taking up her plate and saying : ' Papa, won't Isoon be old enough to read off the plates Just like you?' Flossie-I don't wont to pro to church^ to day. Mothers-Why apt? Flossie-Because Ihaven'tgot a new diesis: Mother-iWhjjfy Flossie, you. don't go to church just toehoV your clothes, do you? Flossie (tearfully)-^ No'm, I don't. Jfot when I haven't got any. A little girl had been absent with her Eajrents at a camp meeting for two weeks; On er return her-little playmate, Ella BayjTent tertained her by. showing her hemewpl&y^' things. At night, little Mary, in saying hor prayers, said: ' O Lord, bless Ella Da,y, aME: make her a good girl, so as l can take«ll playthings away from her and she won't waint them back again.' l .'&lt;= A widower married a second time, and%if choice was a wealthy lady about fifty yeaneTof age. When the bride and bridegroom r©2 tuuped home from the wed...
WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
WHAT WE HEAB. That an old friend, Bill Holmes, is running the Criterion Hotel at Croydon (Q.). That the Bench arrived at their decision last Friday, in the case of the.Trustees of Pitt Town Common v. Arnold and others, by a majority. That the following conversation was heard at a recent social : Young lady (highly indignant), " The impudence ! a young gentleman just asked me if iny programme was full!" Companion, " And what did you tell him ?" Young lady, " Why, that I had only had a bottle of lemonade and two ham sandwiches." Tableau. That Dean O'Connell got a good send-ofl at at Richmond last Monday. That " woman, lovely woman," formed the topic of discussion at the local debating club on Tues day evening. That had any members of the fair sex been present they would have discovered the identity of their friends and their enemies. That South Creek is one of the prettiest streams in the colony, and should have some little atten tion paid to it by the powers that be. That the lease o...
ART & LITERATURE [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
mT 8& UTERATURE jBives Chanler has lost her sweet, Appealing,.child-like loveliness of expression |inceh^r marriage. She will go to Paris And ^^v'.)ps>pxig and pai nting, so as to, be able t^:.|pi8fabjSei.|u$r own works. ?? " 'I At the dinner given Recently in London to me contributors to the Encyclopaedia Britan ica, it wae etafcpd that pf the.fifty copies al ready Bold ofthis -work forty thousand had ^ggp.e . to tlie tTnited States alone.
HUMOUR. The ' Arizona Kicker.' HE MAKES a FEW STRENUOUS PROTESTS AGAINST THINGS IN GENERAL. (From the Detroit Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Huno&a The ' Arizona Kicker.' HE MAKES a Fpw Stbenuopb ijPbotbhjs AGAINST THINGe in Genebai.. /Wrom the Detroit Free Prets. 'We cull the iollb'^^gfr^ni'the last isSue of Arizona Kicker .* , ' :&lt;i ' ? &lt; ? ^ &lt;^^U^iii3cids.. 4 There tire newrij)aj>ers whioli do more blowing about their circulation than we do, and there may befa,few who add more sub scribers in a sipglehpreek, but the Jtieker gel# there just the. isame^ Webegan/on a circula tion of two (2) cbpies/oii&of wBch we car- j tied about in our oWn podfiet, and the other I went as a dfeadhe&d '-to 'Postmaster. H?b . ?aaw work 195 copis§? -wrlSch ate paid lor in' advance. Thisls a& inclose of 64 par cent in seven months, arid^ve'VO got $1 wMoh ' says no other newspaper in the world can equal it. * "We don't claim that tbe Kicker mates Kings and Efaiperors tremble on their thrones or that it has bettered the moral standing of the American masses 1 ,$00 per cent, b...
Square Shoulders Now the Proper Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Square Shoulders Now the Proper Thing. The blind devotion of the typical woman to the relentless though invisible fetich of fashion, ^hicfrn rt and beauty., to the eir^tio demands of its royal pleas^.WSnspiras in itsworshippers more superstitious awe and magic faith. than was ever offered up before the shrine of any divinity natural or supernatural, is evidenced most conclusively in wis evolution of pfayfe&al charms to the requirements of its stendqxd beauty. The facility -with wH(3i WOme$ actually transform the human body at tiie caprice of fashion from one type to another and transmit the same to their poflteiity, i8 one of the most incomprehensible of their characteristics, and the amount of stiffening they undergo in the process uncomplainingly astonishes the observer. When Mrs. Browning, Hannah More and George Eliot parted tneir hair above high-arched fore heads, straightway all their low-browed sisters, assuming the high forehead to be a mark of intellectual beauty, pu...
LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
LADIES' COLUMN. . In ladles' goods bflttoned "boots are as popular as ever, though lege are not no high nor are the buttons quite so numerous as in recent seasons. Generally speaking, both ladies and gentleman's samples, especially of best qualities, are plain or with but little em bellishment; 'while lightness is the order of the clay all round. If the craze for light foot wear much longer continues, rubber over shoes may be expected to again become | fashionable for wet weather. And a very I good tiring, too-' * Dressmakers,' writes a Paris correspond ent, ' are hard at work, and the air is full of rumours as to what is going to be worn thiB Spring. Direotoire ana Empress styles reign forthepresent, and moat often a mixture of both. But these are beginning to be re* placed by the Greek and Princess costtu&es though made tip at present solely for evening wear. Should the style take, they will be adapted for walking Costumes this spring. The low-crowned bonnets and hats' are...
THE TRAVELLER. SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE. States that May at Any Time Become the Theatre of a Big War. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
, SOtTTH-EASTEElT EUEOPE. States that May at Any Time Become ? ^ i the Theatre of a Big War. ^ The three smaU kingdoms of Groeoe, Ser Boumania and the principality of ^Bulgaria are not very important Powetfe In ,4hems£lves in aise, in population, iinnilitary Jfastogw or in political weight. But there wliy they are interesting to tha (Wwt#oi why the events which succeed «a&lt;di Other in their comer of Europe are injuriously hatched bythe great Powers. r. This reason is that, by their geographio&l position they are closely connected with the rival ambitions of the two great Em pitesof Russia and Austria. It follows that any disturbances or important changes In . sitfeet: of the four. small States seriously threatens the peace of Europe. i The situation is Tendered the more serious.i oeoause these little kingdoms and the Bul garian principality are rivals of each other. S&oh desires to beoome larger and more ? powerful than it already is. ^Opeece covets its ano...
Morning Baby-Song. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Morning Baby-Song. Baby, darling, wake and see, Morning's here, my little rose; Open eyes and smile at me Ere 1 fllasp and kiss you dose. B&by, darling, smile; for then Mother sees the sun again. Baby, darling, deep no more All the other flowers have done With their sleeping. Too, my flotrer, Are the only sleepy one. All the pink-frilled daisies shout, ' Bring our little sister out.' Baby, darling, in the sun Birds ace euging; sweet and shrill: And my bird's the only one ' That is nested softly still. Baby-if you only knew, All the birds are calling you. Baby, darling, all is bright, God has brought the sunshine here' And the sleepy, silent night Comes back soon enough, my dear. Wake, my darling, night is done Sunbeams call my little one. -E. BUMk
Ladies v. Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Ladies v. Clubs* From the first (writes Clement Seotiin America) ladieB have been, the sternest and most uncompromising opponents of men's clubs. They Urge that men are selfish enough -without these luxuries; that when at tached to a club they become discontented with home, snub the domestic table, and complain «jf the homely cookery. Clubs are supposed Jo be a veiled excuse .for many-male dissipations; clandestine letters are addressed there, ands visit to the dub is an excise for every -vagary to which men are prone. So, in recent modem life, men have taken the i bull by the horns, and have tandidly admitted women to these exclusive societies on certain oonditibne. Artistic Bohemianism is one of the features of modern London life. Onepf the prettiest clubs, that society London has ever started is called the Lyno Club) and it has been started by rich amateurs in we musi cal, literaiy, and artistic world. . The idea is to collect together all the most cultured mem bers of artistic B...
THE DANCING-GIRL'S BALLAD. AT THE TAJ MAHAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
THE DA^CINGMIIEL'S BALLAD, >x' TJIfl TAJ 4LAHAI,. Alover'BoId: '!For onetouchxjfheJ? haad Iwtmld give Balkh, I would mve'Samarkaad, : 6o,8weot»ho is I' The Bulbiil sang between* ' of rare Bweethesa I ShifivShMn !'. . ?&lt;Tbk hmak heard; ""By Allah, . Two cities whioh my eword ptiried, for bne'taftt&*-r Bow fich he seems 1'. The Bulbul sanglietoroffli, ' 'Bose^of rich sweetngflal Shlrih,fihinnl' : " JTheloverteaidc &lt; When I may kiss'her feot, J am «p lwppy that all lifegrows sweet.'1 The .eultanmusod: th« J3nlbuleangbetweeh, : * Hose of blown happiness I Shirin 1 ShirinJ' 1 Ob, rose,' the sultatL «aid, * but hast thoujieard, &lt; This lover's boasting, and thine answering bird r The rose "blushed .while she signed : * Jtilnfoll seen Love'is enoilghl Shirin, 8hiiantarin4' . , 4 Oh, sultan,' saidthe nightingale,1 *1 die : ; * JKerped by the thorn, yet, glad at heartaml! fiWfeiet, ever sweeter, sweetest love hath beoa, r + Bhirin, Shirihtar, and Bh...
POETRY. DEATH AND JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
JJEA.TH.AKDJUSTJJCB. ; ^eiaiia as with the passing. fcreath^ r^TMfo^JHr ^ytotww.oalmholtonas - ,^Wa&3£8&SS&.: :t.r. '"Wait bit» motaeritfe «paoo,my tjrotheir, "Death, - While Two, opr kiasmaa, shakes liis irilmt aulas.1 .. S^red®^ Envy moat lie still and wait, ' §P, jigyr. jmust Love and Sorrow ataad-aaido - .x&fei^wesB Bileace, pale and «&ger^Bsed^ ? Till, tliTduRhtiie lipB ofjustice, speakewi Fate ,Or«' Heahajl live for ayo-^hia work Is great.* ' Graftam R* Thornton^ m ScribMr9*. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
LXJi I SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOE ALL DISEASES OF DEBILITY. NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE §o| WEAKNESS LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY ARE ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A DEBILITATED SYSTEM. CLEMENTS'TONIC I Is A ?j BAPSCAX ClfBB || which restores all lost power and vigor, || whether lost through sickness, worry, physical exertion, or any other cause. It supplies the brain with its essential brain food, contains all material for re novation and recuperation of all parts of the corporeal structure. All the functions of life depend on a healthy animal or ganization. CLEMENTS' TONIC is a posi tive antidote to the causes of all diseases of Debility. See thas you get the genuine . article. At 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. ?I) ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. ^F.M. CLEMENTS. NEWTOWN AAQIIA ARE POSITIVELY col??vCORNBANE. If you have corns upon your toes, So that from pain you sweat, sir. Apply CORNBANE unto those toes, On which the corns are set, sir. Post free, 16 NJS.W. penny stamps, from V. M. CLBKE...
Concert at Wilberforce. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Concert at Wilberforce. A very enjoyable concert was held at Wilberforce on Saturday evening last, and the only available hall in that place was completely packed, some of audience being perched here there and everywhere, in order that they might give a glimpse of the stage and listen to the vocalism, &c., with comfort. Mr. Nicholls occupied the chair, and after saying a few words, the opening item on the programe was pro ceeded with. This was a instrumental duet "Larboard Watch," on the cornet and baritone, being exceedinly well played ; Miss. L. Dunstan sung " You'll Remember He" in a manner which electrified the audience and earned for the lady herself applause of the most enthusiastic character; Mr. J. Wright recited " The Spanish Champion " in first-class style, and, later on in the evening, treated the audience to " The Private Still," which completely tickled their fancies; a negro dialogue, " Jack and Bill," by Messrs. H. Atkins, and J. Bushel), created some amusemen...
Something to Read. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
Something to Bead. George of Cappadocia, born at Epiphania, in CiciKa, was a low parasite who got a lucrative contract to supply the army with bacon. A rogue and an informer, he got rich, and was forced to run from justice. He saved money, embraced Areanism, collected a library, and got promoted by a by a faction to to the Episcopal throne of Alexandria. When Julian came (A.d. 861) George was dragged to prison ; the prison was burst open by the mob and George was, lynched-as he deserved to be, and this precious knave beca' j in good time St. George of England, Patron of Chivalry, Emblem of Victory and Chivalry, and the pride of the best blood or the modern world. Strange that the New World had no better luck-that broad America must wear the name of a thief. Amerigo Vespucci, pickle-dealer of Seville, mauaged in this lying world to supplant Columbus, and baptise half the earth with his own dishonest n^me.-Emerson. [Shakspeare asks, "What's in a name"-but from the ! above it will be B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889
The best medicine known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent woderful effects in coughs, colds, influenza, &c.-the relief is instan taneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and mcdical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical clinics and universities, the official communication of the Consul-General for Italy at Mel bourne ; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such, not open to doabt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Siegen, M. D., Professor, etc.: Burning of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of thirty-years-old patient was completely separa ted and lifted up as far as tne...