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KEMP V. EALES. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

KEMP V. EALES. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle ¡SIR, - I am sorrv to hive to trouble von on tins matter-« Inch I was quite prepired to let rest, notwitlist Hiding the un truthluluess of the witnesses against me in the above case, tried on the 25th of last month, if tiley (Kemp and Smith) had left me ii > le-which they will not do. With regard to the ease mentioned, they s\v ne I was in on their land 40 n d, or 2-iO }arJs. Now, I m ist emphatically deny it, tor my son Junes measuiej the distance, a.id it is onlv *J5 jards-the remainder being tin creition ot their evil brains. \nd now again, just la fly-on th* 12th i stan*-ihe. have commenced their aniiovim; tatties, m order to get me in their toils On the date named Kemp ernie on my land and b ii in t > oig po t ho es to iep ir a ft nee-m} fence, mind vou, and Situate in some places fully t> f et li.mi the bound ir) line. When t dd to desist he îeluse 1, and when I puf ui» li uni to tlu* post io shove it do>vn, ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Notice lyOTICE is hereby g.ven that the Quir JA terly Licensing Meeting for the Licens- ing District of Windsor, will beheld at the Police Station, Wilberforce, on Wednesday, the 4th day of October next, at 10 p.m. W. H. H. BECKE, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Windsor, 1st September, 1882. HE Friends of the late MRS. CATHER 1NE CUNNEEN. are respectfully re- quested to attend ner Funeral, which will move from her late Residence, McGrrath's Hill, ou Sunday, the 3rd instant, at 3 o'clock, and proceed to St. Matthews Roman Catho- lic Cemetery, Windsor. THOMAS PRIMROSE, Undertaker. Windsor, September 1st, 1882. Hawkesbury Race Club THE Annual Meeting of the Members, will be held, on the Hawkesbury.Racecourse, at2'30 p.m., on Monday, the 2nd day of October, 1882, for the tran«action of the fol- lowing business :-1. Ti receive and adopt the Report of the Outgoing Committee. 2. To elect a Chairman, Committee, and two Auditors for the ensuing year : and (3) for th-i transaction of business, of wh...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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OTHER SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

OTHER SALES. L_rgs (per dnz >u) Fowls Q)er pairy . Ducks . Geese. .1*. 2d. to Is. 3d . 4s. Od. to 5s. 0 I ..6s. Od. to 7s Od .7s. Od. to 8s. Od

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

THE Ißfluiktslmrq Cjjrunirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA Ti'Il DA Y, SEPTEMBER 2, 1SS2. Tire third session of the tenth Parliament of New South "Wales has opened auspiei ously for the Government ; inasmuch as they have achieved a decided victory overthe newly formed Opposition-notwithstanding the great man Alexander Stuart is its leader-of sixtv-five votes to seventeen. Both the Attorney-General and the Minister for Edu- cation did good service for the Government, but it devolved upon »Sir John Robertson to give the grand coup, which that rough and ready old warrior did in his best all-round style. Though n »t endorsing Sir John's utterance's generally. °r his famous Land Policy particularly, we do, to a very great extent, admire his outspoken defence of his colleague, the Premier. The Minister for Lauds is an astute old gentleman, and knows well how to play upon those whom he is pleased te call " his false friends." These gentlemen have, or pretend to have, no end of -'love and resp...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTEE TRINITY. WINDSOR. Í "Morí'""- <lprvii'n ii a.m. f \' < ^ !!..?] . ÜEV. r. '."'-. ti i¡Er O' ?s -. J , rfeiiool-honse, 3 p.m. CLYDESDALE, 3 p.m. Mr. J. K. Brown

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor, -Sept. .Si-i, 11 a.m , Rev. P.Fitzgerald M 7 P m , » RhV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, Minister

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ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

«T. MATTHEWS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FOUiTEENTIT SU\~D\r AFTER PENTECOST. lYivDSoK-September 3rd 7.30.. a.m., and 7 p.m. Illcbmond-11 a.m. REV. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

WESLEVAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Sept 3rJ, 11 a.ra , Rev W.Moore. 7 p in., " ÜICHMOND -3 p 'n . ., 7 p ia.. Mr. W. C. Gambnll. ENFIELD.-11 a in., ,, KURRAJONG -2 ',u p m., ., WiLBERFoKeE -11 a m.. Mr G. Turnbull. 7 p m . Mi. A. Simpson. BUTTSWOKTH SWAMP --! p m , REV. \\. MOORE. Chairman of Cn onie.

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

PINS. Cum grano salis. It is finished ! Yes. everything must have an end-whether it lie good or bad ; and without committing myself to say which of the two the late race meeting belongs, I may say it is finished also. Personally, I have nothing to g.iunible at-I lost nothing -Ï gained nothing, by all the whipppiug and spurring. I was not reduced to bank- ruptcy by the exhorbitaut tariffs of pur- veyors of cold fowl, ham and pickles, or the vendors of nicotine and \ ¡triol ; and neither was I " had" by those philanthropic gentle- men who have lots of money to lose, pro- viding you show them that you have a pound or two in your purse. No ! the heart-rending and pitiful cries of these bene- factors of the human race, that all they wanted was fair play and they'd give you no end of chances by turning blanks into prizes, made no impression on mine adamantine heart ; and their frantic and impassioned appeals to a confiding and generous public, to believe that their little o-Jinif was tlip...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

CONGREGATIONAL CHUECH. Sabbath S(_-r\it<s : H a.m., 7 p.m. Evening w Tviee. Thursdav, 8 p.m. REV. W. MATHIESON, SEN.

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. Alma from St. Albans, with maize and sundries (Smith). Qmenirom Portland Head, with maize, and sundries, (Everingrham). Eva from the Macdonald, with maize, and sun- dries (J Butler). «Asw' ¿ce from Colo, with maize, and sundries, (J. Blundell). Empress from Colo, with maize, &c, (Sanday). (¿p/n from Colo, with maize, and sundries (Meth crelJ). Victory from Colo, with maize, oranges, ponltry and e<r<¡s. (Jones). Eliza J ant from Colo, with maize, and sundries, (Eales;.

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Windsor Markets* Maize during the Meek has been from 4s. 1ÛJ. to 5s. at which priée it is now sell- ing. Eggs are at lOd ; Butter 2s; Fowls 4>. 6d ; Lemons 2s; and Cabbages 9d. dozen. Windsor, Friday 1st September, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Notice NOTICE is hareby (riven that the QUIT. terly Licensing Meeting for the Licens ¡p¡r District of Windsor, will beheld at the P dice Station, Wilbeiforce. on Wednesday, the 4th day of October next, at 10 p.m. \V. H. IX BECKE, Clerk of ¡'elly Sessions. Windsor, 1st September, 1882. HE Friends ofthe late MUS. CATHER. INE CUNNEEN. are respectfully re quested to attend ncr Funeral, which will move from her ¡ate Rnsidence, McGrath's Hill, ou Sunday, the 3rd instant, at 3 o'clock, and proceed tn St. Jiiatthcws Roman Catho. lie Cemetery, Windsor. THOMAS PRIMROSE, Undertaker. Windsor, September J st, 18S2. Hawkesbury Race Club THE Annual Mestinj of the Slumbers, will bc held, on the Hawkesbury Racecourse, at2-30 p.m.. on Mouiay, the 2ud day of October. 1882, for the tr.m*acttnn of th» fol lowiim business :-1. T > receive and ndop' the Report ot the Ou'-goin? C immittee. 2. To elect » Ch linnaii. Committee, aurl two Auditors for the ensu'nj year : an I ;ti) (or the tralisirtpi'i &...

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ORANGE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

ORANGE DEMONSTRATION. TPE opcnîne of a District Grand Lodge, and the Lilli Anniversary of No. 52-tbe Royal Windsor Lodge, on Tuesday last, was the occasion of a great demonstration by our Orange friends. The bittiness ol' opening the new Grund Lodge took place iu tho morning, in the Wesleyan Schoolroom delegates from other district lodge and Grand Lod.;e Officers being present in considerable number. After the business nad concluded, these gentlemen adjourned to the Fitzroy Hotel, where a sumptuous banquet uwaited thom. The ten meeting, wliicli was adver tised for 5'30 p.m., was held in the Church ol England Schoolroom, in NeW-street, and the approach thereto was decorated with flags and streamers; and the building itself tastefully dressed with bunting, evergreens, and suitable mottoes-" Civil and Religious Liberty" and "No Surrender" being pro minent. There was a great rush to secure seals at the first tables, but the arrangements for admitting the public were execrably bad women ...

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HAWKESBURY SPRING MEETING. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

HAWKESBURY Sl'llINS MEETING. SECOS» DAY. SATURDAY was all that could he wished for by all sections of the public-whether for racing or for mere sightseers ; it was a de cided help to make the last day of the Meet ing the su.cess it was. The attendance was very great ; and, wc believe the takings from all sources were such as to make the hearts of the committee right glad. Wc are pleased to know it was so, for the present committee, with their able secre tary, have done so much to make the Hawkes bury Course and all its surroundings a model ra;e course-little, if any, inferior to Rand wick. The German band discoursed sweet music during the day, hut-and here is a matter we think the committee will yet have to deal with-however good the music may have been, th? outside public heard little af it ; for it was a matter of impossibility to get near the palisading to listen, and if OHO did so, it was impossible to hear from the babel of voices from the 5-to-l-bjr-l men, who seem to take ent...

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Windsor Borough Council. WEDNESDAY. 23RD AUGUST, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

Windsor Borough Council. WEDNESDAY. 23KD AUGUST, 1882. Present Hie Uiyor, and Aldermen Simon, Linsley, W. Gosper, Primrose, Robertson, sud Danes. Tilt minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. COUIlISrONDEXCE. From Throats Cupitt, asking that fo itpalh in front nf his home, in G-.'orgr-street, shouid be graveled, and complaining ot filthy water, coming (rom thc neighbouring promises and lying in his gutter. Letter received ; and the first part referred to Works Committee, and the latter to the Mayor, From the Portable Gis Company, Sydney, offering to send tip one of their lamps, on trial for a week, and asking for measurement of cradle into which lamp will tit. Received. Accounts handed in :-T. Cupitt for c in structing Culvert 10s. Received, and or dered lo be paid 8s. MîJÎUTE FlloM THE MAYOR. The following lotter Wag rea« bv the Coun cil Clerk : To B. McKivcn, Esq., Major of Windsor. Dear Sir,-Von will recollect that when I was elected to the office of Alderman, and you...

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THE [?]. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

TH li îkàfôtanj Cjironirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TU J! DA V, SEPTEUDER 2,1SS2. THE third session of. the tenth Parliament of New South Wales has opened auspici ously for tho Government ; inasmuch as they lui ve achieved a decided victory over the newly formed Opposition-notwithstanding tho great mau.Alexauder Stuart is its leader-of ?ixty-fivo votes to seventeen. Both the Attorney-General mid the Minister for Edu cation did good service for the Government, hut it devolved upon Sir Jolul liobertson to give tho grand coup, which that rough and ready old warrior did in his best all-round i-tyle. Though mt endorsing Sir John's utterances generally, or his famous Land Policy particularly, we do, to a very great extent, ndniirc Iiis outspoken defence of Iiis »illuaguo, tho Premier. The Minister for Linds is an astute old gentleman, und knows well how to play upon those whom ho is pleased te <-ftll " Iiis false friends." Those gentlemen hove, or pretend to have, no end of "...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

SPARES Ile thought he had him. Dr. Vaughan has just published a book on the " Divine Character of Christ," and therein he extolls J. S. Mills as tho " highest and best repre sentative of modern thought," while in another lecture he styles the same philoso pher as "the highest and best type of tho infidelity of the day." How's this for con sistency ? Then again, tho Doctor says " Over 1800 years are gone bj', and yet he (Christ) reigns in willing, adoring hearts, etc., etc., porliaps moro universally and mow power fully than ever," seemingly forgetful that he had just said, " We find infidelity rampant, and denial everyday growing more strong." Now, after that, what becomes of all the Archbishop's reasoning and logical acumen ? I Uko your "war" item last week muchly; "brevity is the soul of wit," and it is also truth, in this case ; for, after all, when all the cablegrams are. boiled down, your par. contained the sum total of them. Verily, there's a »ting in the public mind anent the...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

PINS. j Cum grano salis. It . is finished ! Yes, everything must have an end-whether it be good or bad ; and without committing myself to say which of the two tho late race meeting belongs, I may say it is finished also. Personally, I have nothing to grumble ut-I lost nothing -I gained nothing, by all the whijipping aud spurring. I was not reduced to bank ruptcy by tho exhorbitant tariffs of pur veyors of cold fowl, ham and pickles, or the vendors of nicotine and vitriol ; and neither was I " had" by those philanthropic gentle men who have lots of money to lose, pro viding you show thom that you have a pound or two in your purse. No ! the heart-rending-and pitiful eries of these bene factors of tho human race, that all they .wanted was fair play and they'd give you no end of chances by turning blanks into prizes, made no impression on mine adamantine heart ; and their frantic and impassioned appeals to a confiding and generous public, to believe that their little game was the faires...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 September 1882

. A WEEKLY TiSB^Z'i '. viii i Cc nd noted on 4«b«r«J ftinotpW if* ? PobBahed every SATURDAY HOKSWO. i Circulated freely throughout tbe Hawkesbury Mitriot. * Publishing Office.-GEOEGE STREET, WINDSOB AnvEDTi6EHEKT8 received op to 4 o'clock p.m on Fridays. ÏMtltS OF EUBiCHirnOK I Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in ed vance... Ss. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 64. " ... 4s. Fer Annum .9B. " ... 7s 64. Subscribers names can be enrolled et any time. TEEMS OF ADVBErrsnro ; c. , ( Five lines or nnder ... lt. T !£! . ?! Ten lines or over 6 ... Ss. Insertions. \ ^"",¡""1 " 10 ". IG. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS VA Y BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT AB FOLLOWING RATES FEB QUABTBB. (One ¡nob space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. <Two " " ... 14 0 (.Each additional inch 0 6 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements nnder 6s in valse, will only be " booked " to regular customers. WINDSOR MAEBLE AND ...

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