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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

TRY 'JAMES' ' - ? $ " - ?? ; . . " : - It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, AND Best for Washing Day, W For the Complexion, Softening and Cleaning the IJair, ' ® For Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Had Feet, and all Skin Diseases on iiian^j or beast, it cannot be surpassed. ~ 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 King Worms. Mr. Walter;, Glebe Point, says:-" It cured my wife of 1 ad feet." Mrs Johnson, Han dover-street, Waterloo, says*:-" She has tried the Detective Soap for * everything in a household-washing clothes, clcanirg silver, taking . grease and paint out of clothes, &c.-, with ihc most gratifying success.' I\Ir. Rayson, Sydney Bus Co.. says Your Detective boap has been tried by our foreman, ami has been found to give excellent results in curing greasy heels an...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak inc fair I'll tell you news, inaiflerent good to either. Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan deserves to be successful with his motion in favour of establishing a system of national scholarships by which the children may win their way from the primary to the high schools and the University. We have to thank Mr, G. H. Reid for the High School scholarship : but up to the present the University has not been commanded by the State to open its doors to the children ot poor parents. It is a shame and a disgrace to us that in a democratic country like this " low birth and iron fortune, those twin gaolers of the daring breast," should be allowed to consign talent, perseverance, and genius to the outer pale. It should be possible for the indus trious student to win his way from the bottom to the top of the ladder. Good men are scarce enough as it is, and we cannot afford to allow any Miltons to go the grave mute and inglorious, or any Hampdens or Cromwells ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Letters to the Editor. Sis.-They Bay this is a free country, but haw I can we say this truly whon we wake up to find a r.ite-pappv thrown into our han !e, and are told to pay 12 months' rates in advancc, for cU-aning strops that are never cleaned, for swwping nitfoi-a that are never swept, for making roadR that aio ncvor made, for Uerbingfootpathstlutare never pa vudan.i a hoBt of other thingR that slioulj be done, but tire not. I should like to know from your readers if it is fair to charge rates 12 months in advance, when probably a person may only be a few weeks in the premises he pays a year's rates lor, and is it fair to value rates on property at more than a tenant is paying rent for. In rating in Kugland, I believe, they only value property at about t wo-thirds of the amount of rent paid by tenants. I should like some a'tler pen than uiinj to take up this crying injustice in what is supposed is a lice country. - RATEPAYER.

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Markets. On Thursday morning there was only a small attendance of the trade at Darling Harbour auction sales. The consignments of forage forward were limited to 7 trucks, 2 being of hay, 3 straw, and 2 of chaff. Maize, bran, and pollard, owing to their scarcity, ar*} firm. At Darling Harbour sales the following quotations were realised Hay.-Oaten and wheaten, in bundles 9s to 12s 6d ; foot, 8s 6d to 12 : baker's, 8s to 11s. Hay. Oaten and wheaten, in bundles 7s id to 7s 7d per cwt. Chaft.-Oaten, in bags, 6s 6d to 7s 8d per cwt. Straw.-Clean and bright, in bundles, 5s 7d per cwt. ; other kinds, 3s to 4s. Maize-Two comparatively small shipments, from amounting to 284 bags, from the Richmond and Hastings River. Firm at £s gd to 3s iod per bushel. Oats.-The heavy stocks held of late have somewhat di minished. Feeding kinds, 3s to 3s 3d per bushel; lower sorts, 2s 8d ; milling lines nominal. Bran. -Values ranged from is 2d to is 3d per bushel. Pollard.-Quoted is 6d per bushel. Hay.-Prime...

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Biblioklepts. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Biblioklepts. The readers of Mr; Be&ant,s story, 'In Luckat last,' -will Tremember Me, parties' re | mark: ' That was Mr. Potte, thegreat Queen Anne collector, sir. Moet notorious book sna$cher in London, And the most bare-faced. | I saw; him edging along to the shelf . Got | another odd volume jixstlike it in his wicked old iujLnd, ready to change it ^en I -wasn't, looking/ Mr, Beeqnt then remarks : ' First, the booksnatoher .marks his prey: . he jfindsa shopwhichhas a set oontaining .the volume | which is Tniamng inhiso^m set ; next he aims i himself with a volume which oosely resembles the one lie covetB, and tk&n, on pretfence of turning oyer the leaves, he watches his op portunity to effect an exchange, and goes away_ rejoicing, his set complete.' In this description Sir. Beganfe utilizes a most pecu liar phase of moral aberration. A lucent newpaper say ,:. 'Book-stealing seems to have been elevated into "a regular frade in Paris, for aooording' to a return draw...

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Sporting. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Sporting. COURSING. There is every probability of a match being made between Mr. J. J. O'Halloran's Faugh-a Ballaugh and Mr. W. Nixon's Lady of the Lake for a large stake. The former dog comes from Goulburn. Mr. Nixon has expressed his willing ness to run the best two out of three courses for £100 on the Rosehill Course. CRICKET. The Richmond Club sustained a defeat on Saturday, on the local park at the hands of the Sydney Warehouse C.C. by some 45 runs tor Richmond, Messrs. Cobcroft (T) and Flockton did best service, having between them put together over 60 runs. A local team journeyed to Dural last Saturday, and experienced quite a lively time of it. Follow ing were the scores:-Albion C.C.: Molloy, how, b Roberts, 15 ; Marr, c Fuller, b Hawkins, 57 ; Chandler, b Hawkins, 7; Dean, b Roberts, 3 ; Nagle, run out, 1 ; Bowlin, b Roberts, o; Tebbutt, c Hemmess, b Hawkins, 1; West, b Roberts, o ; Dunstan, c and b Roberts, o; Eather, b Hawkins, o ; Linsley, not out, o; sundries 7; total 9...

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Henry's Wife's Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Henry's Wife's Baby. DRAMATIS PEpaojrai-Mrs. oaller (of ho importance); Henry (pf the baby («absent, but present in i&ea (In parlou*-The caller, at the endi ve minupes aramreninjflj The cialler-I'm afraid IL Mrs. Young wife-Intrude, Why, I'm peictectly dalightefl There, I kaowJEllen aever wUlgcmyttti^iv -- (Disappears for five minutes more. Ee-^trrs.) ' ? " . w- .' ;-**» The caller--You appear so oeoaj^ed th§l$t Ee-Shi ? ,. ;; ;, ?The qaJler-I beg your pardon ? J Mrs.' Young#ife--Sh! (Ixl painfully .na* pressed whisper,) It's Luciuij-he's,gpnefto deep. I'm charged to see you-onlyjiffiqgp don't speak loud-he is so wakeful, Lucius The caller (cautiojjsly)-He's about six months old, isn't lie P , Mrs. Youngwife (stiffly)-My dear, iPig fiutptised at' ypu4 Lucius will $6; em* monUte old twoweeks from neiit Tuesday morning, atfive minutes past ^ feifofeijpyi But, really, you'd think hita eight-^6tiijer t&inly would. He's to precocious, Lucius is; .' 1 ;' The caller (conclu...

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Cosmetics. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Cosmetics. The old doctor was talking about the girl > of the period yesterday. He complained a little about her fashionable dresses, tight oorieta, high-heeledshoes, and other fyibles tut -was mainly Stated concerning her toilet tartides and their use. Said he- 'A girl who has good, sense -would keep a lot of GoemetaoB add lotioni and balms ana drugs on her table. There are some things she should keep, butthey don't come under any high sounding 'Well, doctor, ?wiwij would ycrtt fecoumiead as a oomplerion baantifier to the yonpg womsuof fcodayf' <Well, the sensible foaag wxyman dhonld have an array of glass - stopped bottles contain ing alcohol, slum, camphor, borax, ammonia, and glycerine or vaseline. A little camphor and water may be used as s wash for the mouth and throat if the breath is not sweet. Powdered alum applied to a fever sore will prevent it from becoming" very tinsig-htly and noticeable. Insect 8tmgs or eruptions on the akin are removed by alcohol. Afew ...

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A VISIT TO VLADIVOSTOK. The ' Golden Horn' of the Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

A VISIT TO VLADIVOSTOK. The ' Golden Horn' of the Pacific. , An old-fashioned theologian -would say that jPtoridence had intended wis place, to be made Impregnable. The harbour is shaped, speak ing roughly, like a plain letter L standing on itsfaead, thus: r It has two entrances, one -south-east corner, the other in the middle «fthe west side, both narrow, deep water channels, the latter being only a few hundred feet wide. As we steam straight north on Hie long leg of the T, we notioe'firet an extensive beach on the right, then several large bays open out in Ruooe&ian, and we ,0888 through a narrow opening between , G&pee Movoailsky and Narimoff and leave the piSKflphi 6ntxanoe on. the left. TChe Mils around the defences visi W"®? *», «ay» Wn extensive earth-works puugjiuf on our right,, pad loads of bricks for; ihpm lying on the shores helow. Now, how Goldpbin ve ai^oorar,, a large, two-storeyed battery from wmoh nine black anuses look do wn on us. What m^y be behia...

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CHAPTER, II. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

; BMy yfaAeS rbveillfe arid ttiiblte.ieftbtxt ita' ^toifrlatitlv da "ywMii& bleto ayotxnk 'ieUpw,.wW\(5a3 in Oti^-£$» P0bt6 tiftfeomdjf ii' lbvi£ mth itfs ftbjra Tm*c ^!*#the !^ef-u^ officer, when once he ,.c-ot. in' omcer, wnen once lie ,,got. .in Tjaqi 86ttlea:-dowii tbbUsiSess, one Wo'tild ftntuy ftsk 4»fittd*-TalL^ihletic,' slsuder Ofbuili WithStfank, latig'iiitt^ blue eyes, oiirly.tslSstF hkir, iaiid.a L'6ufeta^e%hit WaS:V'sotiitee t$rIjoi ifiOuiBta^b^^Mi WaS:' ttT"%oditoe Qfr8®L_ ?feible'delight fctf1 its .S&iifer tmd of so^dB: to 'hifl toother ettbilternp;! Mr. ;Pe% '%& -probaMy itiie ibSst-lbbMng 6f ^e ^iin]f officers who marched wiffi^the balrfcaUbfttio -this ^-aMray efcatiiMi oii the borderstfFthe Hano Estycado.r Hie had' been < years &i service, douriting the Igurjw^peatasm tt&dgt, .had.jttpt woa hifi Bilrorbar aa'<the$uiri<fr first-lieutenant of the regiment; "wasifoll to >the brim of- .health,, ...

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NOVEL. Dunraven Ranch. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

NOVEL. £>unraven Ranch. BvJ C0ABLES KING (in ZippinooU,s^. ' OHAITEB X. . It was yearly midnight, and still the gkj parly lingeredon the verandah. There had JtHHSU, $ f^dnight. of ' get#»g' Settled *>>- at the a$#SK>B^precededby ft month of marching ' ^|th|id brought the battalion from distant Toxan station. The 'pfi^comerajhad beenfcospitably welcomed by theojBfiGerapf th^Httle garrison of infantry, i«wl' niQW* 'fjk ({seoognition of their many oour testes, the ^eld-officer, commanding the ar jriving tic ops, had been entertaining therosi dent officers andladies at dinner. The colonel Jfcas a hbfitin himBelf, buthe preferned-notto ..flraw too heavily on his reserves of anecdote j^d sa^lJ, taik, -60 he had cabled in twp«f Ms, jiraljaltems -to Assist % the pleasant work of' j'nMiy ladies, and just1 now, at 11.45 he was wondering , ifjieuteniint Perry h&driqt too literally con strued Ids insixiictionsj for-thait young gen-' ^ma&wa$ devoting himseli to ]&...

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Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Literary and Debating Club. On Tuesday evening there was rather a small attendance at the School of Arrs. The Speaker took the chair at 8.20. A report was brought up by the committee authorised to deal with the by laws and it was proposed (1) That in clause 7, after the words " a motion for adjournment may be carried," the words, " provided that not less than five members are agreed that the said adjourn ment be put " (2) That a new clause allowing any private member to bring in a Bill or Motion fir discussion, notice to be given of same be in serted. These additions were agreed to, and it was urged that copies of the rules be printed as soon possible. Mr. Berman gave notice that he would move on Tuesday next that a manuscript journal, con sisting of literary contributions by members, be read at the second meeting in each month. Mr. G. C. Johnson gave notice that at next meeting he would move that this House is of opinion that pensions to ex-Ministers and Civil Servants should be ab...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Letters to the Editor SIR,-I won't trouble you at any great length, but I notice the committee of the School of Arts are going to spend some money upon necessary repairs, and as a subscriber to the institution I would point out that it were better to borrow money at once and go in for substantial improve ment. Surely such an institution in our midst should be able to pay not only interest on a feu hundred pounds, but diminish the principal con siderably each year, and then be self-supporting. It is useless to think of the latter until the hall is enlarged, the stage ditto, and fitted with proper accessories, more room given to members in the shape of social room, and a reading room apirt from the library. There is plenty of ground space for these improvements. The hall could be brought out to the street alignment, and the necessary rooms and offices erected at the si.le next the old school ground. And, above all, pro vision should be made for a good entrance ; for were a panic to oc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

WATGHBS Watches. A. 8AUN0EB3, Watch Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-St., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICK LIST, POST FREE, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HAI.F THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. (worth £5) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £2 'os. (worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £4 (worth £&) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. 4 ios (worth £()) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (vvogth £10} English I-ever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap. (our years' guarantee. £6 (worth £rz) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, five yeans' guaran tee £.] (wor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

In Memoriam. SLATTERY. — Of your charity pray for the re- pose of the soul of Eliza, the beloved wife of Austin Slattery, who died at her residence, " Mount Erin," Kurrajong, March 21st, 1888. — R.I.P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

SCHOOL OF ARTS. Two Nights Only. MONDAY and TUESDAY, March 25 & 26. THE ETHEL GREY COMEDY CO. THIS powerful dramatic organization, which is composed entirely of artistes selected from the leading Metropolitan Theatres, will appear for two nights only in Windsor. MONDAY, MARCH 25TH, Arthur Shirley's celebrated drama, PERIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 26TH, HIS NATURAL LIFE. NOTE. — During each performance Miss Grey will wear some of her magnificent Paris dresses, which have been specially imported for this tour. PRICES, 3s AND 2S. Department of Railways, Sydney, 22nd March, 1889. ST. MARY'S JOCKEY CLUB RACES, WEDNESDAY, 27TH MARCH. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS to St. Mary's will be issued at Sydney, Rich- mond, Penrith, and intermediate stations on the 26th, and by trains arriving at St. Mary's up till 1 p.m. on the 27th, available for return until THURSDAY, the 28th March.   By order of the Commissioners,   W. V. READ, Acting Traffic Manager.   &a...

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Meteorological Observations [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Meteorological Observations At the Observatory, Windsor, during the week ended March 21st, 1889. Day. ........Barom. 9 h. ...........Shade..........................Rain for ......a.m. reduced ............................Max Temp ...... 24 h. Day ... to 32' Faht. ... Temperature. .... in Sun ... . ended 9 .................................................. Black Bulb in vacuo .... h a.m. March 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 Inches. 30. 348 30. 153 29. 979 30. 030 29. 898 30. 131 29. 790 Shade. Temperature         Max ......... Min 91.4 ........ 53. 1 98.2 ........ 51. 6 104.7 .......54.4 107.7 .......62.3 98.6 ........ 60.0 68.6 .........59.5 93.9 .........59.5 Max Temp in Sun Black Bulb in vacuo. ............. Inches 145.0 .... 0.000 147. 2 .... 0.000 151-3 .... 0.002 151. 1 .... 0.000 141. 0 ... 0.000 119. 2 ... 0.084 141. 5 ... 0.046 Remarks:-- 15 and 16, fine; 17, fog early, dew in guage, fine; 18, fine, thunder and lightning on N. W...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Casette. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ujetti?. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1-889. .'Let the journalist defend ilie doctrines of tho parr.- which he approves; let hiin criticise and condemn the pa. ty which he does not approve: res- v ng always his right to applaud his opponents or censuro his friends, as tliu truth niay require-and he will be independent .-.nougli for a Free Country.-GARFIELD. LOCAL AND GENJiliAL. THE -ST. ALBANS.-To-morrow (Friday) the steamer St. Albans will run an excursion trip down^the river,-^ind it is expected that a large n timber of people will take advantage of the out ing. The fee charged is sraall, being only 2S 6d. MUSICAL.-On Friday evening -last a large number of ladies, gentlemen and children, assem bled at the Park to hear the musical programme of the 3rd Regiment Band carried out. Under the leadership of Mr. Daley a first-class pro gramme was presented ; those present enjoyed it thoroughly. U is hoped that the people will have more frequent opportunities of hearing this m...

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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Richmo nd NT ews. /FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) FINE PUMPKINS.-Mr. Arthur Hough has, I believe, the honour of topping the market in pumpkins this season, the returns for a large num ber of dozens giving him ios per dozen. Mr. Hough lias proved that there is^something in this class of produce, and has gone to great pains in maturing the ground, but as events have proved the result has amply repaid his labours. I might say that they were grown at Yarramundi, and though of enormous size were first-class for table use.' FURTHER PRESENTATION. - Dean O'Connell, who left Richmond for Tasmania on Monday, was, on the previous day, made the recipient of a testimonial in the shape of a purse of sovereigns from the residents of Richmond and Windsor. The presentation was made by Mr. C. Houghton in a few suitable words, expressing regret at the departure of the rev. gentleman. The Dean suit ably acknowledged it. He left in the early train for Sydney, carrying with him the good wishes of the residents...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., B. Conlon and D. Holland.) MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 23 March 1889

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., B. Conlon and D. Holland.) MAINTENANCE. Alexander Cress was proceeded against by his ] wife, Victoria Jane Cross, so that she might obtain   from him a weekly payment towards the mainten ance of his children. Mr. Neilson for complainant. Mr. Walker for defendant. Victoria Jane Cross said that since the 22nd of December last the defendant had contributed nothing towards the children's support; he left her barefooted and in rags ; he is a farmer able to support her; he offered witness 30 pounds to have Inothing more to do with him.   To Mr. Walker : Defendant offered the 30 pounds if she gave the children up to him and if she would have nothing more to do with him or them ; she got 10s a week from defendant to support herself; defendant said she got 5s now more than she ought to have, and that he would take the children and support them ; she was not willing to give the children up to him ; witness ne...

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