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A Rebuke. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

A Rebuke. On Thursday evening, at the social tendered to the Rev. Morgan Williams, Mr. G. L. A. Davies J rose to say a few farewell words to the rev. gentle man, and proceeded to do so, saying that he was not a member of the congregation, but still he clung to Protestantism, for it was the case that in Protestant countries " his countrymen," the Jews, had much more liberty than under Popery. He always objected to Popery, and would always do everything in his power to keep Popery under his foot, for it was the curie of the land. Mr. S. T. Greenwell rose and said he could truly say that the words which had fallen from the lips of the last speaker were not the sentiments of the meeting. They took the Bible as their guide, and endeavoured to be charitable towards, and live on good terms with all denominations. Again he said the words lound no sympathy in that meeting, and no one was more grieved than the Rev. Mr. Williams at hearing them spoken. (Applause.) Mr. Davies left shortly after...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Nicholas Nubbles Says. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

What Nicholas Nubbles Says. That Mr. H. W. Tilley, proprietor of the " Namoi Independent" at Gunnedah, and who was the defeated Protectionist candidate for that consti tuency at the general election, visited Windsor laGt Saturday. Years ago we were employed in the office now uwned by Mr. Tilley. That Mr. Ike Rowthorn has, set :sail for old England, and having a good spec on hand, hopes to land the dollars before he returns. That a new clock has been supplied to the Wind sor Railway Station, but it is so small.thatapolice man with a search warrant is required before it can be found. That the individual who sent his press ticket back simply because he did not get the printing in connection with a recent concert, must have been hard hit, to be sure. That his room was better than his company at the entertainment in question. That Mr. S. Burdekin, M.P., is about to build a huge mansion of stone on his estate below Wilber force. More power to him. That Mr. G. C. Johnson WAS present at the...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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WHEN ETHEL TALKED. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

W&N ETHEL TALKED. . ' . . 'Wltep Etbel.talked across the, primpon. BG&ofpluijli. i ji. t ' Froin which lier.sriowy shoulders rose as sunlight ? ' "fait, '1' 1le£ wine was sweeter than the ttQtfea ttf <tor ? L" . Forgotten then the «ainli0d maideh Blsa'A prayer,' Last to myjsaul the ric&han&onioasg'tah' .1 Of muted strings and eighfngt,flutea | mjfheart was yrhmi E£heJ talked. ta Ethel'* box| iritkpaeaiatiatew«nd unchecked ratta, ? * It flew upon the viewless snt^gs of Lotb'i awoet ., . all; Untwine ua»h«*led Waguwlle Cried 10Q3!y.''HtiMh'y^ When Ethelialked. , -J&rferU&uar, _

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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THE OPERA TENOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

THIS OPERA. TENOR. Slib efitS? at Tn in.th6i . With the Ifgiit Oti'fik fitffefeOSUSt,!'1 J J J'*; Andhefreoftr white abck/jthro* Uuj^uzyitoji, jq i . gajw^Bg^w^«wt""yA><w.»lii r(«c i AM close to her titekstl iai-e die r Thatl^lteceflin hter littndS£» ?..; u ' i rea - , r tfflj beai£'. i ; ?tyat*her QwnnMy,rcad^^hfcr .. v/ , ,t! jIj WiRl whisper foow/Whije the Mtinc WellSf/J l'' 1' .Of a love that will nostdr tite,' ?iudnin^s onto That vtfll bjpoty 'aeathrh^-, eyes). ilkai'PtsirMesiie^ ?With th^fleayes j j j;il; Now the tWior aingWferid ^Khiere1 fallgVlinBli,'' .?"!:; ? ^VWhileti^limitsoatheit /-> i Aia^h^^Sjught^J^m! ThetnihetiearsiroHi hstt? bWtttthe'rtteSTid-.' ily.fiowtere, with their pfcrfume BWept1- :. The flaahflt eui #rm. in ite tawny glove, ,. .> AtiiilftejpTay pt^etajnop'B feet. *7 And safwin th® shtethbf her'giiuzjr fflii, jl glar^.iwtha iiiiiddened eyo, For fcheyoopt m$ iMeedoUarK fipioce-*-they di<L AM Bhq neeuil t haVe b£en so fly. uiT ..i...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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TO A GERMAN PRIMA DONNA. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

? %P, -.'?' I»,..-. I" j ,1 «aw $iee, <Uw, jb$$x<dfti&e<ei5g'.£' UK Ml" TlwCit'^q waslU-oveTj-tCW, : ' . i3d soulful aM dthm-eal. ©ly'^reMmJeas thefcratid 'BntMitd '' i .AVSfchMntunentmgribnng'ifliriUed ^ : il. ' Hioifitfthe6 sing Mizabethi1'1' ' j - a£M Mt«rU«t>t aiid h]dd cay bfcgatli, ? i Inf«6tapy^Uripuia|',;K , -^chftf thy , My .ardent frdiniratidti ynik " Anil /?amqmte'paraculatv''! ';? , Enthused.by n^yj pjsthe^ic peu#e, I purchased soa^s at gfeat expense. ? cfoiwtatic^ tiqioSt fetdulOuS, ;1 * . Thoujseeiiied-a cfcoatoifphi^^wnB. .Withftta^twe IftftifT thflinmine j, , put I was far $00 creduloifB. i' .J : j.L. 'Oh, fitIfr'norifair, bloildfAfi»^weri7«, 1 Alackithedayliaafrtlieeeat , s .i: ? : . ..WiWi^t 'J^toniobaod wliich is ; i. , Among, thy troupe,' uadzooksl' 'topii queer ToBeb'imtiKrigbfeer' . ® ' , '" ' An"4 eating- SehWCifceor staawiuhds. 1 - - ? .m J ' "VeVike .' XiJ.iieti the de'ttMy' tyiihii'r wur'ai Absorbed by'my1 divtiii...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

PQPUU^J&SNiCE. ig* aarfjtljAjUne as ife. I wood fk4$ .leave, the; woftia; WMd; with Ofuy, > jfaint arojhaiic O&tjWi''f' ./''y.V' . '1 O'u '. * .V N^tly..eTCry Taiid of £l$§8> especially that con^in&^ ^^^esej la liabj.e w change colour |^:f^supfjght..»Seat,'willre* etorfethia K®|rovaprfA ^ V . * MiasProctar oflima, Ohio,, has patented a process by ,'tti jfe. j^nj9^^0pO#i9pP. cubic feet *^mD^tMUf ^w.^oaia he. ex tracted fi?Mn '6hehqiTe},pf Lima oil. Chicago. pas taken outa m|niberof intents ^er^uijdiw fiffrii tui&iiato ;^1aljLZ|Q^'Itbe This French ebevnisfc ^rhoj j^soprpd oleo matgatin^ £as " tie w iny^ifced.^a ? ijn^cess for treajBiig^il wHich fi^U jbronze, fl^d bell, me&l j$& pomade at faoriously' low jaqmB, A' ifliktiire ior th$ removplof. old. yarnph ha^bggn painted inTtjSennimy Jbj%.a'.<30x. obtained "by miring ire parfp of 56pi&tf 6enfc §lliijfti<o of j^lash,-- one of; 40. percent' qo&^jj...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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ENTR'ACTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

JiNTR'ACTE.,? .'" Between the acts, upon the stage. TheidJfiffiie«p|ansengage ,1 , . , In frames oFpoker without end. The while ttife lierbtac mend . Hfer bull-toom gown of -milsbf ege. uttfgodirector ift.araga j jj)oth war upoa the' super p ' wif e ? Jiecaufe'thescraggy unibs offend ...'.' iMmea-flnMlii »i>. , The swpil, emotioato assuage, both (Wik His iatxe irimfrinifer sagfei. ' - While men go out i' to «ee-tt fMehdi . . r i SJheir wiyos, .tUc .iptcijjfr tpspend, Peruse the prpgMnunc:T^ygry.rpa®e, , "Bouvewi the actrf. .. 1 ' '? l li ' -Amenta.- ;

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THE OTHER GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

'traE 'olTQSft $irl; ' Thespeper-s box I The ' _>e actora-Be oMBhei '; The Other Girl,-r dainty fan,- ..'... ' : > ' < AMd a (toaperoniorithroej . !?'?! ? While irith^Teatibho cbup<aion . ? -; ! I»teyttf tfbo Wind' ? . He UuttliO i . SAt»ct4»c:Ji^s.t9 pitii. ,,, She wields atid \vav<*3'k pretty £afc; : i©f feath6r8)gau24,aiwldace,\| i ... , Wfiict as the ifopfcjights flare pjndhjft??,. fihehol4$,hpfpre her fyje, ' v , ' \ Sh6 cannot tee liim^ thifit' be kkitttfBj '> ? - * ? .' -And 8o,-TOtii faiajuiera bland,,n: uj Jfe twnwARd.{raapes, jutA J>y. cha»c?,j. r The Other mi^de^'s liana!. A'dosing fan, a Ut&le^hnifc, ' /u Inditferett06Bubliriieii! .i ! ; - Tell him -too lat$,that ghe bad been. i watdhingliimall"tlyjtime.." ' ', * ''' He did notknoW tkafcmodernifMls i '?Have peepholes tiasefljwith,l4<!ft(ri! Through, which thegentle. owner W With tlie fan "before her face., -iTarptr's xfczjrttr.y.y5

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At the play. A WORK OF ART. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

At the : AWOEKOFABT. 'TIB bn£ a painted ftc*, A. face without a heart £r But charming, ell admit, * A *peif6ct w*rk of art. , A syinriboay if AadCliitSai Alas.tfirft-mfcS So flower-liko, should grow old. >w old. IISHj o Oil A soujifon lessjof paint. Yet that's wiiat keeps lifer 'young Forever-on thfe"fitaS6 : Thepaintfalflidon solhipjct ??}' ?? ? ; ? ; J. ' But, «pite ol' it, jahe te,, "'La jilut "belli Same mi vtonae^" Wft£n!«ho<Mtra'?het>oarfifl- m... v : " ify iold-time burlgmmebi'jn4pf^ i > ..,a...

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POETRY, TOUT FIN[?]T PAR DES CHANSONS. (Ballade en guise de Rondea[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

POETRY, "; CHAif SONS, ' , " ' (Ballade en 4/viie fa Eqntleaiu) , AIlWsw We . X>a«pp NjU^ro toyed ; In steUar^spooo, by land, by^ca., And waty* nvoritrtrouB tttftig fclie spoiled, ' AodaxumylauothW brought ;to be; < 8tmura jvutpatlyU; sprawled, atraqgestara flee, Or flftye' tfte Htoaafifit Higjwi among : What profltithonc6iJtby6'd brine 1 :1 ii . vVi . = - "<Allsadsiitttobg. « ? - - r.. ? All orittN iii songt ButNature moiled And bfaught forth MAO, who deems him free, WhoilrebniB'tWBKhiswmhiuidembrdUed;'!1' They fa.ll, they fade by Time's defewie,- ' -1 J ..-.i .. ? I'. AllWiajiisong! ireVtri^iin5foiisd, ' ! ' 1 ArSj^keWieai+ed^refi V ''1 : '? Whore that old' fdriful snake Ihfloilcd .' "Vfeflhalcetluj-lcnwled|jeji.bletre<j, Wo uuten tothe serpent'n plea, ' As <5od^ «nnll'yc knowBightdiid wto&g,'- '* And/«*Ss kU Che mystery*- ' ? ] . i 'Allendsiunopg.' , ; EN*VOX. ' ' Muse, or in sooth or mockery, ' 1 ' Or brief of days, or lasti...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

CYCLING. To-day (Saturday) the metropolitan clubs have arranged for the opening of the cycling season by a meeting of all the clubs that can be got together in the Sydney Domain at 3 p.m., the run being to Coogee. The Windsor Bicycle Club will be represented.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

TURF. 37 acceptances for the Rowley Mile at Autumn Meeting, Hawkesbury Race Club; 29 for the Hawkesbury Handicap. On Wednesday, the following purchases were made:-Publicans Booths No l,|Mrs. Ireland, £17; No. 2, Mrs. Sly, £lo; No. 3, no offer. Dues, J. Ashton £4 5s; refreshments, No, 1 £9. Books £ each meeting, 2 meetings. The Autumn Meeting of the Hawkesbury Race Club will be held on April ii and 13. The entries are good, and a first-class meeting is anticipated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

CONGREGATIONAL OHtJEOH, WINDSOR. THE REV. MORGAN WILLIAMS, B.A., WILL PREACH HIS FAREWELL SERMON NEXT SUNDAY EVENING. Wanted, FEMALE COOK. Apply at once, WOOD HILL and CO., Richmond. Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply MRS. BECKU, Court-street. Tenders WILL be received up to 6 p.m. on MONDAY, the 8tli of April for PAINTING and REPAIRING the SCHOOL OF ARTS. Specifications to be seen at the Library. 0. A. FITZPATRICK, Hon. Sec. March 29, 1889. Thanks. I DESIRE to THANK the Ladies and Gentle men who took part in the recent benefit con cert at Richmond; and also thank Mr. P. Ryan, for kindly giving the use of his coaches free of I charge to bring any who choose from Windsor to the concert. W. MITCHELL. Richmond. IMPOUNDED at Windsor, on the 23rd day of March, 1889, from Ham Common, by Trus tees for said Common : Roan bally sjeer, R over like I H near rump. Red and white steer, T P off rump. I Red and white heifer, T over C reversed milk ing side. Roan heifer, U u near rump. 1 Red ball...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

D. Holland, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, IS NOW SHOWING Special Novelties in Autumn Goods. New shades in Cashmeres Novelties in stripes and checks Novelties in plushes Trimmings, Buttons, &c. THE NEW STRIPE DRESS MA TERIAL from 4^d per yard. Silk Plushes, New Shades, from Is lid per yard. Dressmaking. Ladies, by giving their orders at D. HOLLAND'S, can rely on having their orders punctually attended to. Charges reasonable, combined with perfect FIT AND STYLE. LADIES OWN MATERIALS MADE | UP. j Novelties in Ladies' Jackets, at 8s 6d, ios gd, 13s 9d, and 21s. White and Coloured Blankets, a splendid assortment, FROM 4s 1 ID TO 30s PER PAIR. White and Coloured Quilts, In new designs and makes, from 2s 3d to 25s each. PERSONS ABOUT TO MARRY cannot do better than give their orders lor Household Drapery to D. HOLLAND. Special bargains in Long Curtains, Sheetings, Towels, Table Covers, Blinds, Caapets, Mattings, &c. CHOICE MILLINERY. The latest novelties in Hats, Bonnets, Feathers...

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

Windsor Borough Oounoil. Present: The Mayor, Aid. Marr, Linsley, Smith, Dunstan, Fitzpatrick, Simon, Primrose, Ward. REPORTS. Aid. Primrose brought up the Finance Com mittee's report, recommending the payment of accounts amounting to 12s 4d ; special lighting, gas, &c., £37 3S 9d; total, 159 15s 4d. Adopted. Aid. Smith brought up the Works Committee's report, recommending that certain works should be carried out; also calling attention to the dangerous state of the Windsor Wharf, and asking that the authorities should be roquested to give sufficient timber from that taken off the bridge to repair the wharf. The Mayor said that he had spoken to Mr. Neilly, who had agreed to give this timber free of charge. Report adopted. QUESTIONS. Aid. Marr asked whether the Council Clerk had written to the authorities with reference to the clearing of the scrub near dwellings at Newtown. The Mayor : No, it has been overlooked. Aid. Dunstan asked whether Mr. Owens had been written to with r...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

TRY JAMES' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, AND Best for Washing Day, W For the Complexion, Softening and Cleaning the Hair, For Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Bad Feet, and all Skin Diseases on man or beast, it cannot he surpassed. Ask your Groccr for it, or send to the Maker, H. JAMES, 763 George - st., SYDNEY. Detcctivc Soap. What people say about it: g Mr. Sidden, City Missionary, Chippendale, says :-The Detective Soap cured my Children of Ri'ig Worms." Mr. Walters, Glebe ^ Point, says :-" It cured my wife of bad feet." Mrs Johnson, Han dover-street, Waterloo, says :-" She has tried the Detective Soap for ^everything in a household-washing clothes, cleaning silver, taking . grease and paint out of clothes, &c., with the most gratifying success.' Mr. Rayson, Svdne)' Bus Co., says:-"Your Detective Soap has been tried Ity our foreman, and has been found to give excellent results in curing greasy heels and other skin diseases in horses." Mr. Cooper, Champion ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. I.isten to m«\ and if von speak mc fair I'll tell you news, indifferent good to either. A rather peculiar case has just come under my ! notice, and it is really well-worth stating. It appears that a certain prisoner was some time ago | sentenced to a term of imprisonment which would expire in tli^ ordinary way in March, 1890. The remission of sentence allowed, however, would reduce the original sentence by 12 months, and the convict's release would, consequently, take placc in March, 1889. Whilst serving his sentence another charge was raked up against this man; ho was convicted, and the Judge, in sen tencing him to three years' imprisonment, made the second sentence commence from March, 1890, the time when the first would have expired had no remission been allowed. When March, 1S89, came, the prisoner in question applied for his re lease, which was refused. He applied to the Consul of his country-he was a Dane-and this gentleman, although admitting that the priso...

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The Navigation of the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

The Navigation of the Hawkesbury. On Thursday evening a Progress Committee Meeting was held, when the Hon. W. Walker occupied the chair, and there were also present : Messrs. Norton (hon. sec.), Piddington, Kirk, Johnson, Holland, and J. C. Fitzpatrick. A tele gram was received from Mr. H. M'Quade stating that he would not be able to be present that even ing. The Hon. W. Walker handed in the follow ing communication, received by Mr. Bowman after an interview with the Minister for Works, extending over two hours : Department of Public Works, Sydney, 28 March, 1889. Sir,-Refering to the interview you had this morning with Mr. Secretary Bruce Smith, at which you asked that early steps may be taken to carry out certain improvements to the Hawkesbury, in order to make a navigable channel to Windsor, I am directed to forward you a copy of a report on the subject, which has been made by the Acting Engineor-in-Chief for Harbours and Rivers. I am at the same time to point out that the Minist...

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Something to Read. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

Something to Read. " Adventurer "-one who goes out to meet whatever may come. Well, that is. what we all do in the world one way or other, and, speaking for myself, f alto proud of the title, because it implies a brave heart and a trust in produce Besides when many and many a noted croesus, at whose feet the people worship, and many and many a true-serving and. and word-coming politician are forgotten, the names of those grand-hearted old-ad venturers who made England what she is will be rembered and taught with loy& and pride to little children whose unshaped spirits yet slumber in the womb* of centuries yet to be. Not that we three^ can expect to be numbered with such a$ these; yet we have done something-? enough perhaps, to throw a garment over the nakedness of our folly.-A^lan QUARTERMAIN. " . \ Robert Denis sued Mr* Hejinikej; Heaton, M P., for Canterbury, for thfc recovery of ^"500, alleged to be due to paintiff of writing speeches, articles in the 1 National Review,' ...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND [?]ette. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©rtfette. j SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. LOCAL AND ^GENERAL. LAND APPEAL COURT, SYDNEY.-On Monday, before the Minister, the appeal of Gregory John Morrisy against the decision of the Land Boaid at Windsor with respect to his conditional pur ^gbase, 84-29, was dismissed. ^.PASTURE AND STOCK RETURNS.-We are in debted to Mr. Cecil Dargin, Inspector of Stock for the district, for the following information regarding his department, viz., during Uie year, 1888, 1G89 owners made returns for 7786 horses, 16,297 cattle, 6420 sheep, and 5948 pigs. Com pared with returns for the year previous there is a slight decrease in the number of horses, but an increase of 1655 in the number of cattle. During the year a bonus was paid on the scalps of 3535 hares and 11 native dogs. No kanganxfs nor wallaby's scalps were presented, owing to no bonus being paid, the Board considering that, on account of the high value set upon the skins of those animals in the markets, sufficient induceme...

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