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WARNER'S "SAFE" CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888
WARNER'S " SAFE" :URF.S BKIGHT'S DISEASE, BACK-ACHE. GRAVEL, 'DROPSY, IM POTENCY, GENERAL DEBILITY, HI.ADDER DISORDERS, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, INFLAMMATION OF KIDNEYS AND LIVER, AND ALL OTHER DISEASES CAUSED UY DERANGED KIDNEYS AND LIVER" Read What^hffe SaySWjfb.have and be ponviip^' |>f its ' Wanly, T&AVpi 3rd ^ril|* iS88.il hav| number ol of "SKVaflier's Safe Cif complicated liver and kidney complaint, and have rifirived considerable benefit. I hardly think that I have further need for more medicine, and I can heartily recommend " Warner's SAFE Cure" to others. ROUT. S. WILLIS, Pastor of the Church of England, Manly. No. 10 Bnker-street, North Richmond, Victoria, \pril 1S, iSSS, :-For many years I have been subjected to giddiness in the head.'ofj ,a'- ^eyere nature, aggravated bilious attacks, palpiWt'on "of the heart, and severe pains in the location of the kidneys. 1 was op and off under ithe oloctpr,,-but only slight temporary relief was afforded. . I lyave nnw consumed ...
CORRESPONDENCE. THAT LOAN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888
' COBKEfepONDENCE; [ W E do nfot identify ourselves with, the ^pinions ?sofour correspondents.! j' ? ;?* :&lt; m THAT LOAN. TO THE EDITOR. SIR;-While thanking you for inserting my former letter, I mjust again trouble [ you on the sanje subject. This letter^ !*then, may be considered a pendant tb that in yqur igsue of the 28th ultimo, add . it de"als ivit# matters ,pertinent to tHfe ^subjfect, but which could not be well in troduced then. . ? Since writing my list letter it has rained-slightly it is trif^'but slight as jjit^as it had^ tlie, effect,Jsi mSflcing thfe streets ofc the bor6'ugh .:extrein||y dirty' and unwholesome, ;sb that rnuch as njost of us havfe been ^wishing for rain, for tile several purposes of stimulating. the %rbwth of ve^etafion, cldanlirreSS, "and refreshing our supply of whblesonie water, the state'bf the pathways'" werfesb bad that we were almost as eager that the welcotne rainfall should cease. Yet are -people - wlioee natures are-so cross, and with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 11 August 1888
Rats Bought &nbsp; IN ANY QUANTITY, at 2d each. HUM- PHREY DOUGLAS. Royal Hotel. Mason Bros., Ltd., Importers of every description of EARTHENWARE, GLASS, CHINA, Sic., 263, 269 KENT-STREET. MASON broth J-IMI-|pp. Importers ot British, Continental, and American Hardware, including Builders' and General Ironmongery, Brushwnre, &nbsp; Lampware, Saddlery, Oils, Paints and White lead, Galvanised Iron, Barb Fencing Wire, E. P. Goods, &c., 263, 269 KENT-fiTRKET. MASON BROTHERS, LIMITED, Have in Stock nd for Sale Cement-Robins', Fewer's and Lion Slates-Bnngor, best 20 x 10 Plaster, Whiting AsphaTto (V.il de Traversl Rooiing and Sheathing Felt Iron-Pig and Scrap Pig and Sheet Lead Fire Bricks Tubing-Black and gal vanised Waterpipes, iin. and 4m. Gas Mains, 8in., Bent L. t. Tram Rails, jolb. and 131b. Boring Rackets Axle Grease Salt-Coarse, Fine S; Rock English Hams, Oatmeal Craigliie Jams Gilbert Cornflour & Starch Oriental Tea Company's Teas -Packet and Bulk, ...
SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
KCrsSOJiN AXI) PAKT1-]. AND there in (lie privacy of 11is Haiictiiin tin. colonel sat, mul edit il his p.ijmr .villi pi'uil.itory shears .unl a dishonest paste pot.- Mai Ailelei. Two hundred persons drowned at Valparaiso through bursting of reservoir. Man named White burned to death in a VV'il cannia hotel which was destroyed by fire. Hoods at Ota go (N. Z.) Block i&lt;j Silver Mining Company to be wound up. Sir Henry Parkes ojxsned Hamilton Mechanics' Institute, and delivered a very instructive ad dress. Dinizulu has escaped into Transvaal. Dinizuhi is not an Irishman, as his name would lead one tcj suppose, but a Zulu. Country out back looking very dry. Maxwell, murderer, handed. Vitzellv, I^omlon publisher, committed for publishing Kmile Zola's works. Statue to Lieutenant Waghorn unveiled at Chatham. Meanwhile, his sisior Remains desti tute in these colonies. Goldsbrough and Co. and Mort and Co. have amalgamated. Mr. Ahearn, New South Wales contractor, lias secured contra...
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AUGUST 15, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. AUGUST 15, 1888. Present-The Mayor (Alderman Mortify) Alder I men Marr. Linsley, Holden, l-'itzpatrick and , Smith. ? The minutes of the previous meeting were read . and confirmed. i The abstract of ravenne for half-year ending ( August 0 was presented and adopted. It shows ;i I balance to general lighting account of /ifrj 7d, I and a debit balance to the general account of £'ujj us yd. COKKIiSI'OMHCNCIC. A letter from Mrs. Hoskisson, asking that the grass in the park opposite her property be burned. Referred to Works Committee. ACCOVNT. An account from H. Wood was referred to the Finance Committee. yUKSTIONS. Alderman Holden asked the Mayor it he was aware that the urass in M'Oua.le l'iuk had been deliberately set on lire. Answer: Xo. The Council then rose.
The District. Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
The District.' Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) CAUT ACCIDENT.-On Saturday evening ahorse attached to a spring cart, the property of Mr. John Sheikls,of Yarramundi, was left standing at Messrs. Woodhill and Co.'s establishment in Windsor-street, when something startled the horse and he bolted. After going a few yards tlie animal made a rush for the gate of the Wesleyan Chapel, and the cart, coming into contact with the fence, pulled him up. The gate and the lamp over it were smashed, but otherwise little damage was done. The affair caused 110 small amount of excitement, and quite a crowd gathered round the scene of the accident. SKAT INC.-Mr. l lesforrl's skating rink at the School of Arts on Monday evening and night was crowded usual. The JJonr wan thronged with members of bi.th sexes, eager to display to the j multitude of onlookers either their skill or cour- I age-more particularly the latter-and L noticed .'i great many of ihem had the most exaggerated ideas of the numb...
Riverstone. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
]R±sre:E,s"fcoxi©. (FROM OUR CORRKSPON DENT.) Tuii Ri-:I.ikk Socikty.-This very meritorious organization h;is been doing good work during the brief period it lias been in existence, and no small amount of credit is due to the energetic secretaries, who have all along been endeavouring to extend its sphere ot usefulness. During the past few weeks necessity has unfortunately arisen for distributing portion of the tunds in hand, nn the doEitlv of Mrs. Pettitt, in the first instance, the officials of the society caused the amoutit of £5 to he voted to her husband, and £1 per week was voted to the wife of a man named Hugh Lambert, who has been so ill as to be unable to earn a live lihood for himself and family ; in fact it was found necessary to procure his admission to the Hawkes bury Henevolent Asylum, and he was conveyed thence cn Tuesday last by Constable Grace, the much-respected guardian of the law here. Al together, the society is a most worthy one, and deserves all support. The c...
WINDSOR MARKET RATE. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
WINDSOR MARKET RATE. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. There is very little change in the local markets this week. Rain is urgently needed, everywhere. -Quotations. Maize .. 2s 7d to 2s 8d Oats (seed) .. 2s gd, feed 2s 6d Barley .. 3s gd Hay .. .. h Straw .. . . £3 Chaff .. .. 4s 6d to 5s Butter .. 2s Eggs .. .. lod Fowls .. 2s 6d to 3s Ducks .. 3s 6 to 4s Potatoes.. 5s cwt. .£5 per ton Pork .. .. 3$ to to 4d Sucking Pigs .. 3s 6d to 5s according to quality. West Maitland Aldermen about to build a town hall costing £5000. Steamer Cuzco took 4500 carcasses of mutton to England. 13 millions spent on Queensland railways, re turning only 2 1-7 per cent.
CLARENDON. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
CLARENDON. I>"ROM OUR COKKKSl'ONDIiNT. Preparations are already being jnadoixt this well* known racing township for the ensuing Hawkes bury meeting. The improvements arc varied, and the visitor to Clarendon will lie struck with the difference the place presents now to what it did some little time back, Sir. J. W. Huxley has made an entin1 change in the asncct of his hotel and Mr. M. Kelly has followed suit with regard to tho Farmers' Home. The sporting man wish ing to remain during the race week ought to be satisfied. Among other improvements, I might mention those in regard to the residence of Mr. W. Dargin and Mr. JCinvan. The former presents a thorough change, and is really an ornament to Clarendon, whilst the latter is now being on-iiderably im proved. Altogether it is pleasing to see that the residents of Clarendon believe in materially im proving their township. Well connected. Archibald Smellic pleaded guilty to indecently : shrinking a child at Sydney, and was bound over ...
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. Present :-The Mayor (Aid J. E. Onus), Alder men Perry, Stevenson, J. Onus, Cobcroft, Mit chell and Kelly. FINANCE REPORT. Acc. J. Buckston, wages, £&lt;}; W. Douglass, ad dition to sewer, /15 13s; H. D. Travis, kerbing. £\Z 12. Received and referred to Finance Com mittee, who recommended their payment. The Treasurer's balance-sheet for the last half year, with auditors' report, was received and adopted. A fencing notice from John Sly was referred to the Mayor. Report from Works Committee, recommending that Bourke-st., from Windsor-st. to Francis-st., be gravelled 32ft by 6 inches; also Moray-st., from Windsor-st. to Francis-st., be re-formed and gravelled-tenders to be called for both works. Received and adopted. MOTIONS. Alderman Kelly moved, (1) " That the sum of A 5s be voted to defray the expenses of the two delegates to the Municipal conference, and the members of the deputation (3) re the water sup ply." Seconded by Alder...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. CONTRIBUTOR.-Thanks; news in any shape or form from any part of the district will be thank fully received-no matter by whom sent. " C. A." (Parramatta).-You are right ; we did err in stating that Mr. Driver was called to the Bar, though many a greater duffer lias donned the wig and gown than the late genial Richard. ANXIOUS (Richmond).-We know what we know, but we are not going to be drawn out of our shell to suit you or anyone else. A newspaper war amuses the few but disgusts the many. " GVCES" (Windsor).-Rather too sultry for us. We quite agree with you and with all you say, but are afraid that no good would result from the publication of your letter. Such things exist, and so they will continue while the world goes round, not alone in Windsor, but in all towns of the same character. " OUR SCHOOI. OK ARTS."-You are not the only one who has complained to us of this matter, which is one on which the committee should take action, knowing as they do the whol...
ONLY A NEWSBOY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
ONLY A NEWSBOY. Only a newsboy Tattered and torn, Kicked and forgotten, Weary and worn. Up with the factory smoke, Sleeps God knows where ; Meals with the street dogs. Often on air. Four in the morning, Twelve-late at night, (Selling his papers) Sickly and white. Spurned by the passer-by Hoarse with his . call' Dying by inches, Forgotten by all. Found in the midnight In his last sleep (Scattered his papers), A dark huddled heap. Found by a policeman While on his beat, Only a newsboy Dead in the street.
POETEY. O BABY BOY! [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
POETEY. Oh Baby boy, whose eyes In clearest, purest, Heavenly light Are filled with joy ; Whose lips, like rosebuds, are displayed As though for kissing they were made Sweet baby boy ! How innocent thy dimpled face Possess'd of every charming grace In beauty's store; Thy voice is sweeter far than song Of streamlet, murmuring along The pebbly shore ! A pretty picture, fair to see Thou art, when sleep embraces thee, Dear little child ; It seems as though the angels were Making thy rest their special cai"e-p--~ / So calm, so mild ! Thy smile, so winning in its way, Fair as the sun of summer's day, Reaching the breast Makes one see in this dreary earth, Warmed by the ilow of thy infant mirth, A haven of rest ! F. CHAS. R.
SPORTING. AQUATICS [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
SPORTING. [THE secretaries of all local clubs and sporting organisations are requested to furnish us with reports of their meetings or gatherings at as early a date as possible. Sporting fixtures will be gladly inserted, and any information of general interest received with thanks.] AQUATICS The skiff race between Williams and Wood i came off on Saturday evening last (or at least it didn't come off.) There was a large crowd of on lookers ; but owing to certain rumours getting | about, betting was but moderately indulged in. Williams, who is a powerful young man, and should make two of his opponent, conceded the latter thirty seconds start, and at about 5 p.m Mr. Bushellsent them away. Wood put his first thirty four strokes in within the minute. Williams went a trifle slower. When the buoy was reached Williams had gained very little, and he here managed to get overboard, and did not afterwards attempt to get back again, in fact he did not make his appearance in town until late at nig...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888
ATHLETICS. The Carrington Grounds proprietary ran off several events on Monday afternoon. The open ing item was a 50 yards sprint between C. Samuels and F. S. Hewitt, and it was won by Hewitt by about a foot, in 5 3-5 seconds. Following this came a 300 yards handicap, which was won by C. Samuels, off scratch, in 31 and 9-10 seconds ; A. Atkinson (scratch) and W. Flock ton (16 yds) dead heat for second place. A hurdle race completed the programme, the winner being J. Byrnes of Parramatta, off the 18 yards mark, in 16 seconds. S. Donovan (14 yds), 2 ; A. Morgan (10 yards), 3 ; C. Samuels (8 yds) 4. A foot race took place on Wednesday between Bull and Kildufl, 50 yards, for a small stake, and was won by the latter.