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Richmond. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
Richmond. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDEVT.] GOOD TKMPLARY. A HAHMOKY meeting of the Happy Home Lodge, 218. I.O.G.T.. was held on Friday last, June 17th. in the School of Arts Hall, West Market-street, Rich- mond. The large hall was comfortably filled, be- tween 300 and 40U jjersons being present. There was al-so a goodly number of Brothers and Sisters from the Pride of Windsor Lodge present, who had come over to help us. The hilarity of the meeting, however, was somewhat damped through some blun- dering on the part of the railway officials at Wind so-, who had telegraphed to Richmond to stop the band who had been engaged by Bro. N. Melville to do honour to the occasion. It had been announced that a torchlight procession would take place on the arrival of the 7.30 p.m. train, but it had to be aban- doned on account of the delay. Therefore the public were disappointed, but the lively strains of music which broke the still night air ameliorated to some extent the position in which we were plac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
THE 'HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE,' A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office:-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. " ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. . TERMS OF ADVERTISING ; _. . ( Five lines or under ... Is. bingie I Ten j^gg 0r over 5 2s Insertions. ^ FifteeD lines " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAY BE INSERTED WEEKIT AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. ( One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. &lt; Two " ,, ... 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"...
PINS. "Cum grano salis." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
PINS. " Cum grano salis." That the great Apostle of Health, whose well-known axiom is-" The Public Health, the Public Good!" is silent in th«-se pre- eminently excuing times is to be deplored. Mr. Burton Bradley, albeit somewhat cro chety, has done yeoman service in the cause of health, and should have received better re- cognition for his roany ¡services than he has. I don't know whether the Hea th Society, of which Mr. Bradley was the Secretary, exists ; if so, I should like to hear what they nave to say about the late scare over the small-pox. I should also like to hear what our chief magis- trate, Sir James .Martin, who many years ago so stoutly resisted a proposed scheme of com- pulsory vaccination, has to say. In my humble opinion, the details of the removal of Mrs. Guilford on Friday last, as reported in the Herald of Saturday, is simply hideous. Precaution is necessary, granted ; but when it comes to the freezing up of every spark of humanity-then, say I, to the winds with i...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
SPARKS. There are public-house«» over the water want looking after; ivlnc't w iter is pretty well known. In-i«. (wlu-re they are mihi are useful in their way ; but vih^n they aie HOL they are worse than useless-they are a nui- sance. Windsor'i volunteers- - Are ju»t the stvle &lt;>i men, ni\ dears, To fight for " Home and Be.intv ; And »lieu ginn-\i'>jged war appel s, They'll kno.v hu.-, to do their duty. A further supp'y of the Darwinian typ¿ in " Coort " t'other day au natureland other- wise. What is wanted : good sewerage, good water, uni iresii air for the heilthy ; and proper medical treatment, good nursing, and com- fortable qnrters for the sick-and we can ease our minds as to the results. Railway r »pes have lately become valuable. If all the sir«y one were collected-aid that there has been no fuss about-there would be enougn manilla to hang ali the careless offi- cials in the Department. Where there are sweet singers I don't mind wasting an hour or two. Wesleya...
THE Buwkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
THE Hamkeslmri} Ctjrimirlf. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. THIS is a reading age ; of this we have ample proof everywhere, and everyday. We have not only the productions of the past, but the present age is teeming with pabu- lum for the hungry, insatiable mind. "Whether the supply is equal to the demand | we are not aware ; it appears to us, how- l ever, that the race is a very keen one ; and probably the caterers, so to speak, for the public want in the belles lettres are quite up to the mark, as regards quantity if not quality. To the discerning and critical | mind, the immense mass of printed matter that finds its "way into our libraries and booksellers' shelves, fresh from the brains of anxious and aspiring writers, on all topics, there must necessarily be some diffi- culty as to choice : one cannot read all, that is evident. It behoves, therefore, the seeker after truth to take some paius in se- lecting what he shall st. .re away for future use. Newspapers may ...
THE DISTRESS OF ENGLISH FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
THE I)HTRF>S OF i;\GLI^ÍI FAinirjis. THE Economist n ticln i*« s til it as soon as fie struiiirle h ** v i ir lt.il titi Cirait 15n tun is &lt;iver the &lt;1 HI IM ' t >i .in inquiry mt'i the condition of Jiiuî!i«,h agriculture will be- come sliarp a.id r>ies->inir- The reni''dy is, oí course, to teino\c t'vcry obstacle which pic vents> the free tra.i-.fjr of Lind, to secure to tenants theil capital as far as this can be done without a transfer of proprietary ritchts, and to recognise in the arian^enietits of taxatioi that for a time there niu-«t be a serious reduc- tion both in the rent and in the selli.tg price of land. Not only are the farmers not content with things as they are, and as they have been more or less since 1832-that is, for nearly half a century ; but they are strongly, eveu violently, desirous of changes, some of which, like the new land laws, will have very far-reaching effects. They are becoming keenly alive to the incident of taxat...
WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 25 June 1881
WISEMAN'S FERRY. Who is he ? Yes, ma frens, " a chiel's amang ye takin' notes, and faith he'll prent em." The conjectures are numerous as to who is " Scrutator." All agree that we have been too long neglected ; but please tell your printer he has spoilt one of my allusions by substituting love for " Low." Sports. - A very enjoyable day was spent on Saturday last at the mouth of Colo. For some time past a cricket match and tea meet- ing had been in contemplation, and the management of the first was given up to Mr. R. Low. The challengers were the Colo Public School, their opponents the children at the Australian Farm School. At the last moment the teacher at the firstnamed place found out that playing on the usual condi- tions, i.e., for a new ball, would be gambling. Having made this alarming discovery, which he scientifically proved by all the rules of logic, he stopped the whole affair. The plucky little teacher of the Australian Farm, however, saw him, and it was agreed that al- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
Fuller & Co. HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE OFFICE, tíEORGE-STREET, WIND- SOR, are Agents for the Daily Telegraph, Camber land Mercury, and Protestant Standard. Notice ot' Removal. William Linsley BEGS to thaine his Friends and the Public generally, for tlie favors of the jiast ; and to intimate tliat lie has removed his SADDLERY BUSINESS to the New Premises just erected at the corner of Oeorge and Cable streets, opposite Com- mercial Bank, and hopes, by strict attention to business, aud producing a good article, at a moder- ate price, the patronage hitherto accorded him will still be continued. Notice. DR. JOCKEL will be absent from his Consulting Rooms from thc 2nd July until thc 16th. Dr. FIASCHI will attend to thc practice in the mean time. Richmond, June 30, 1881. Notice to the Public. P. Myan, MACQUARIE STREET, WINDSOR, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Windsor and Richmond that he has made considerable reductions in his charges, which from this date will b...
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
Hail way Time-table. Leave SYDNEY for Riverstone "| Malgrave I 9.0 A.M. ; 5.20 P.M. Saturday add., Clarenden | set down at Clarendon.) Eiehmend J Leave for SYDNEY from Richmond...7.15 A.n. ; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., 6.40 P.M. (Sets down or picks np at Claren- don.) Windsor...7.27 AJC.; 4.6 P.M. Saturday add., 6.52 P.M. Md grave...7.37 A.M. ; 4.16 P.M. Saturday add., 7-4 P.M. Ea ver stone... 7.5 2 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 *Jt. Blacktown."8.20 A.M. ; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All
WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
WILBERFORCE. A PUBLIC MKKTINC was held at Mr. Weeks' Prince «if Wales H itel, on Thursday. Juue 2.'l, in connection with the flood relief boats. Veiy few of the people really concerned in the matter a:tended ; those who are in great- est need of th» boats in time of flood were conspicuous hy their absence. There has been a tirent amount ol' ulk and ii (feeling 1 about these boat*. The gentlemen in ulio.se charge the bo*ts now arc. I have tut doubt, j do all they cm for the if li -f of the district ; I but there is always some on*" dissatisfied, aud as usual the greatest grumblers are those who I would do the least of anyone. They will not take any active part, but still they find fault with everything done by others. There will probably soon be another meeting in co.mee tion with the boats, and then let every one at all interested-especially thc gentlemen from Freeman's Reach, down thc river, and the lowlands generally--come to tho meeting; and they will have a fair chance to explai...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR. - 3rd, li a.m., and 7 p.m., Kev. H. Hack. RICHMOND.-3 p.m., fier. H. Mack, ,, 7 p"m., Mr. W. G. GambrilL ENFIELD-ll a.m., Mr. G. Turnbull; " 7 p-m-, Mr. T. Anderson. KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., ,, WILBERFORCE.-ll a.m., Mr. B- Leek. BUTTERWORTH SWAMP. BEY. H. MACK, Chairman of Ci rc nit.
Richmond. RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 24TH JUNE, 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, W. K. Giblins, Capt. Norris, and R. H. Ducker—it being the first appearance of the latter gentleman on the Bench.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
Richmond. RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 24TH JUNK. 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, W. K. Giblins, Capt. Norris, and R. H. Ducker-it Hein«? the first ap- pearance of the latter gentleman on the Bench.) Cym* Wihon was summoned for having removed a quantity of bark off Crown lands known as the M "i',fain I.K^Kin Ridge, on Bell's line of road. Ti.o -i'.MiitíU of bark taken was 80 sheets. äcnior-Constable M'Neilly had received infor nia'ion on tb© &lt;ith inst, from one Edward Wilson, better known as Ted Ned, a cousin of defendant's an 1 who appeared as a witness. The witness, who had stated positively in bis information that the bark so removed was from Crown lauds, now stated tha^ iT_ was removed from private property, and swore to it. He knew of no boundary line, and only kr-w that the land, where the bark «&lt; taken from, was privat property, from what he had heard his father and mother say. Case dismissed. Six licenses were issued for timber cutting on Crow-: lan...
Arrival of river Craft at Windsor Wharf. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
Arrival of river Graft at Windsor Wharf. FEIDAT, JUKE 24. Florrie, from -Wiseman's Ferry. Maize, eggs, butter, and sundries. (Jurd.) John and Herbert, from Wiseman's Ferry. Maize and sundries. . Settlers' Friend, from Webb's Creek. Maize and oranges. (Butler.) MONO AT, 27TH. Janet, from the Macdonald. Maize, oranges, poultry, eggs, butter, and sundries. (Walker.) Emma Matilda, from the Macdonald. Maize, poultry, and sundries. (Burnsdoff.) Sarah Jane, from Colo. Maize, oranges, poultry, ; and sundries. (Eales.) TUESDAY, 28TH. Maid of Erin, from Colo. Maize and oranges. (Morris.) Queen, from Lower Portland. Maize, poultry and sundries. (Everingham.) S.S. Elva, from Lower Portland. Maize, &o. (Butler.) Victoria, from Lower Portland. Maize, poultry, and sundries. WEDNESDAY, 29TH. Oem, from Colo. Oranges. (Metherell. S.S. Telegraph, from the Macdonald. Maize, poultry, eggs, butter, and sundries. (Jones.) THURSDAY JUKE 30. "'"Angenora, Colo. Maize, poultry, and sundries. (Sandy's....
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
. Windsor Markets. Maize ia still firm, quotations as under : Maize (new) from . Os. Od. to 2s. 8d. Melons . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Pumpkins . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Fowls . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Geese . Os. Od. to Os. OJ. Ducks . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Eggs . ls. Od. to ls. Od. Lemons . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Butter . ls. 3d. to ls. 5d. Oranges . 2B. 3d. to 2s. 6d. Lucerne Hay ... ... " ... Os. Od. to Os. Od. Chaff ? ... ... Os. Od to Os. Od. Straw . Os. Od. to Os. Od. Windsor, Friday, July 1st, ISSI.
Windsor Borough Council. JUNE, 30TH, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
Windsor Borough Council. JUXE, 30TH, 1881. Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Primrose, W, Gosper, Linsley, M'Ncvin, and Robertson. Correspondence was read by the Council Clerk from Inspector of Nuisances re Cupitts, referred to at last Council meeting. From James Colreavy, complaining of the Wind- sor Pound-keeper, Mr. Hall, in refusing to take Ute bid of one M. Kelly for two horses that were up for sale. Received ; and Mr. Hall requested to explain at next ordinary meeting of the Council. From the Treasury, stating that the sums of £100 and £50 had been paid into the Bank of N.S.W. to the credit of thc Council-such sums being the amount granted for M'Quade Park and Thomp- son's Square Reserve respectively. On the motion of Aid. Linsley, seconded by Aid. W. Gosper, the Mayor signed the cheques for the sime. A long letter was read from Kirkwood and Sircom, Civil Engineers, offering their services in connection with the proposed water supply works. Received. Accounts.-From W. Owens for ...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 2 July 1881
PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-July 3rd, ll a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald Ebenezer, ,, 3 p.m., " Fitt Town, . ,, 3p.m., fiEF. PAXBICK FITZGERALD, ? Jünister.