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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. bath Servues : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Evening Service. Thurs'iav, 8 p.m. ÜEV. ff. MATlilESUN, SEN.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Castner's Rural Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Castner's Rural Australian. ORDERS for tliis popular MAGAZINE may b« K ft, or addressed to the Oifice of this Paper ; and will he attended to.

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 29TH AUGUST, 1882. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. H. Becke J's.P). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 29TH AUGUST, 1882. (Before Messrs G. A. Gordon, and W. H. H. Becke J's.P). Four persons were proceeded against by Mi. Henry Evans, the District Attendance Officer, for infraction of the Public Instruc- tion Act, of ISSI, viz; neglecting to send their children to school as required by the 20tU Clause of the Act. One was find 5s. with 5s. 6d. costs : the second ls. and 5s. 6d. costs, or twenty four hours in gaol-which he elected to take out ; th© third case was dis- missed; and the fourth detained in Court j until the rising of the Bench, in default of I payment of a fine of 5s. and 5s. 6d. costs. ! Cornelius Mahony wa« charged with having wilfully impeded a railway guard while in the execution cf his duty at Claren- don, on the 2öth instant. Defendant pleaded being the worse for liquor at the time. Fined £b, or in default one month in Windsor gaol. Same person for having wilfully destroyed a coat the property of the railway guard aforesaid, at the same t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

.LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE Archbishop of Canterbury is seriously THE HAWKESBURY MEETING.-The gen . ral settling o\ er tlie late Meeting took place < n Mond.iv evening, and passed off satisfac ' uri Iv. The majority of the public were ; - aw losers, but losses were paid with the .,;v.¡trst sro: d humour. - Herald. j I hi. YATOMAX'S Sj'F.K' il AT THE CoXYEXT. I - WY b( jr to inform tho Itev. AV. Moore, t'nit our report of tho above was not only j . ill. but correct : and wo <hallende anyouo TO provo to tito contrary. I'K'.V J: LKOI'OI.D is seriously ill at Osborne. An >M:NT.-We !.<?<.?:.«* to say that Mr. H. j IA ans. ibo ])i<iri<-î Attendance Officer, was ! throw a trout Iiis h<>rso. nu Tuesday evening, ! and has bron in a strange state of forgetful- \ :\ t-.-or sim?,.-tlio fall having affected the . >:'ino. lb- rammt rm dieri how it occurred. | ti..twitlist;:¡;.!iiiir bo must have un«id<Ued...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

JM POETANT NOTICE. To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense PITTED UP A SUPERIOR TURNING uATHE, AND ENGAGED A COMPETENT WOGI; i JENER, I AM PREPARED TO v PPLY, AT REASONABLE RATES: Finials, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Na ws, Tabh- and Chair Legs, &c. <W., TO ORPER, AT ïM'oRT NOTICE. Hon.. min r - Herbert Coates, STEAM Tl'KNKUY WORKS, (.Ki rl;(.K-M"l;KKT. PARRAMATTA. Gazzard and Bond, J > I'LEDKitS AM» < »\ !'KA< Tol.'S, KAN>1 H I'A'N \-.-<[ ». ; .1. 1 . , ' . ? i.- - . > ? ... i « ri. S. OL F. Svvct'^y, : ,\ r !. : : \ ?. i : ? \ \ ,. : .. ; / i. ^ o \ < ¡1 1 : i ' I i. i * ER S. !. .' ! - : . ? i ? . tl . J. S. ^ . ? Pills. >.\¡.. \ . . '?: Y.\l:l>s r r \ y V . O: :> I ron . .. 'V - v A .\>¡¡ ;.¡;> \ . ?; .. . .' i ". ri tin i :. - - .- . i- ... i . ... . .,? |. r .!\h. \\¡' i I.'I >v r ; A i i i.\ 11' i\ !.. .\\ r. i' i. ' \ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Bichmond. IMPERATIVE AUiTOS SALE. CE. RKDWELL wi! ?e!l b: Au-t'ou, Tl,i< Dar J , (Saturday) at ll oV'ic:, at Or. <.' n!la<r'ian's j lato hV-idence, th:» who' . - f h - Hn<t< '1:;»!<J I-'urni- I turu, Yetti -les, P >altry, Pigeon?, je .. icc. I rp O STAND THIS SEASON, 1 at MULGRAVE, NEAR WINDSOR, and travel tho Penrith District every ninth day, the imported Wood Stallion, S T It U C K Cr O L D. He isa beautiful dappled brown ; stands 1<> hands high, with splendid bone and great strength. His pedigree cannot be surpassed (as he combines the much prized strains <>f Birdcatcher, Swcatine.it, and Bar Middleton), which is as follows : STRUCK GOLD, by The Miner (ihe only horse in England that ever beat 1 he mighty Blair Athol), out of H ninnie (dam of Whip, a '_rreat performer, and winner of s -veil wciirht-for-ago races in one season), by Pelion out of Tapioca, by Sweetmeat (the sire nf Macaro...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. SIR,-Thc residents of the Kurrajong have to thank you for calling attention to tile sin- gularly strange course which is now being pursued hy the Committee of the Presbyterian Church, in appropriating the land referred to in your issue of the 2(Jth uit. Surely, better things are expected from a body of men re- presenting a Church. If the Chairman has lost the influence which-as the minister of the Church-he ii expected to exercise, and the members of the Committee, in spite of letter counsel, are bent upon this " act of spoliation," he still has the matter in his own hands. Let the rev. gentleman withdraw the donation of £ó0 which he has promised to- wards this building, unless it be erected with- in the Church fence, or on a piece of fand given for the purpose, and he will find that his wish s will receive greater attention than they appear to receive at the present time. The power of the purse will at once be felt ; and in this instance t...

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ThursJav, 1 .. . V.. . ii... .?'<;. Iiur' , T..e - , WtU^-aU^y, '1 nurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Titt T wu...Monday, 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, .5.15p.m.; Thursday, S p.m.; Friday, Satur <...v, 3.15 p.m. Wilhertoree...Monday,. 3.15 p.m. : Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Fri lay, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, J p.m. laekiuwn... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. .Riverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Mul n-ave...Moa.lay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 7-30 p.m. Dena'rt lor -' Sydü.'-y ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday i ii lay, Saturday, al IÎ.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Farrn'na;;a... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at G.30 a.m. and 3.30 Jliebtnon I...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ThuTS da . , Frid.iv, Satur , ty, at 10.30 ...

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Richmond Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Richmond Borough Council. The usual fortnightly meeting, was held on Wednesday evening the Gth instant. Present-the Mayor, and Aldermen Cob- croft, Turner, Price, Onus senr., and Jockel. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Aid. Pitt and Jockel tendering their resignation as members of Park Committee. Proposed by Aid. Cobcroft, and seconde ! by Aid. Onus senr., that the registrations of Aid. Pitt and Jockel, be received and accepted. Carried. From Mrs. Long, asking permission to erect an awning in front of her premises. Letter received, and applicant rcfered to the Works Committee-applicant requested to furnish plan of proposed work. Carried. ACCOUNTS. P. Carter day labour in Park, £~> ; G. Guest contract in Park, £.3; traînage of stone £2 7s. od ; Fergusson & Son, trees, £2 2s; Richmond Cricket Club, £1 Ss. Received and referred to Finance Committee. G. Guest's account was ordered by Finance Committee to stand over until the work was ...

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Ri chm on d. THE PARK.-We beg to make the amende -and should have done so in list issue, only that our space was otherwise taken up - to Alderman Kelly, for having said that the motion to put him on the Park Committee was defeated. We find that we weie in error, for Mr. Kelly is now the most assddious Park Committee-mau we have. Whether ii is to his zeal that our Park is just now look- ing so nice, we cannot say, though we believe he contemplates no end of re ibm s -espc. ¡ally, in the way of encouraging our young sports- men. At the same time, there are lots o; people who don't think much the a ipuin' ment, and it has already caused a change in the Committee. GENERAL.-Barring the intolerable dust, the town looks well, and our streets ar pleasant to promenade, lt is worthy to no- tice that our Works Committee ate pushing on kerbing and guttering in Windsor-stree , which is the street that should be don« firs;, no matter whose door it is against. Fro n where they are now, in fro'.t o...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL. BÍWARE THE DOGS.-We beg to remind our friends that the dog days - we don't mean hydrophobia-are on again, and your half crowns will shortly he required- We may state that forms may be obtained and filled in, at the respective Police Courts in the Police District of Windsor, where fees «"ill be paid and receipts given. IRELAND.-Numbers of the police force have resigned, and others have been dismissed. Two thousand Orange-men hive proffered their services as special constables. Five hundred have been sworn in at Dublin, to mai tain order; for during the trouble with the police, mobs of roughs took possession of the streets, and the military were compelled to charge them with fixed bayonets. AMONG the teachers who passed the recent examination-26th June last-we notice the names of Thomas Alcock, Pitt Town, Class II, Sec. B; Miss Jessie Anderson, Lower McDonald, and William Small, St. Albans, Class III, Sec. A. MR. D. BUCHANAN has tabled a Bill to amend the law relati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

va FU WKESB1 RY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted or. mooral Principles. Published every SA l'URDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout tho Hawkesbury District. Publisbrnp Office:-G FOR GK STREET, WINDSOR. ADYKRTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TBSMS OF SunscBiPTro>" : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Rooke'! 2 = - fid. in advance... 2P. Per Half-year .ls. fid. ,, ... 4?. Per An DU m ., ..- Os. ., ... "s 6d. Suhceriher« -i.iincr: can h<-> i-nro'lcd at any time. 'I l i:M -* (? i A i'\ i i-1 N<> ." , . , ( V-\ .? ii: ? J o i- under IP. , V -« or ,,v. r . ... 2? Ir.cci li-'i .-. i ... . ,. ., y i iti<-cn . . in ... 4?. T'TO;HMH-,- j..;- li: ,. or ,.r,-rv ad I ¡I i. ?!.:. 1. A:>vri;Tt«Mf I-'NT- im Hr i ..">r¡;Ti"n iVriM'l \T THF FOI ¡ ? I« I V . [?' U r > 1 i ii ?? >? t I. I 17 I. . /One Kii-i, spa. v il'l 1') tl Long T.nn. Tw.- .. . 1 0 (i IK,:, i ? -v'-.-.'V : i ri, u -, i. A'Jrrrli-.-mi i.M r::'. ! '\\-'.\...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

SPARKS I am anxiously waiting to see what the restless membah for Breewarina is going to do this session. His name is now confirmed by the House. Angus' remarks on Cadell's appointment to the Peers was quite right, the McEihonian recommendation notwithstanding. That was very neat of Suttor-that " he was told that the hon. member (Mr. . McCuiïocb) did not dd ive, quite .-iii ci :i j L': ' ' ' c w. ? -°nort?d to have said." ï i >r 1 one m-.< ' 'aVuelft Le did. j So Mr. Heddon, af'tei shaping very .--di :.. the opening debate, is going in on the cold water and milksop ticket, is he ? He has, as McElhone says, probably mistaken his vocation ; had he not better box round the religious compass after the manner of his Northumberland friend ? The precise young man-which his name is Trivett (right as a Tr vett-you are !) was satirically rough on centre parting young men. Now, I know many a young man of that description who'd give Trivett a league or two, and then win in a cante...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

PINS. Cum grano salis. Tf any man had need to orv '? save me from niv friends," it was John Davies, the other nigh), at the Orange Tea-fight, when that mod.-ru »Thieot, the .Rev. Hill, did his level Ix-st to make out that John was no end of a good fellow, and a patriot of the very first order, liât it is just possible that Mr. Hill blundered ; we think he did ; and there are scores of others who think the same, and if tlie ('.M.(r's blushes meant anything, they meant shame at the unexpected expos- ure-for really, it was nothing else Î This is the yarn (boiled down) that Mr. Hill spun out to show what a reaL good hearted, fellow the member for South Sydney is. Some years ago Mr. Hill had occasion to write to Mr. Davies, soliciting his interest in getting a billet for a person he (Mr. Hill) knew. Now, at this particular junc- ture of the story, everybody, I am sure, hoped John's character would shine--and even those who have no love for the Govern- ment buttoner-expected to hear that ...

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THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

un-: !3i.uuííi4tmí Cljronirlr. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TT lil) A y, SEPTEMBER 'j, Itel. \Vi::;ni;-;it tIn» great ir.ilheroin- <;f Orange mi'ii tin1 other night, will bo producli\<? of gool or not. wo do not ju>t now, intend (|iu>iinning : though, ir i'm" nothing else, wo aro thankful to >ome >>i tin- speakers for thoir out>p'iRi'ii f-cntMiM'tits "u tho ciuostina of ti';'.'-hiug history in our i * 111 » 1 i< - M-IIOON. It i-< tnn\ they woro n-.it agri-.-d upon all points-or rathor. sonn- o¡ them seemed to bo inforiiu'd where otin-rs wore not, as t> wln-thor history «.<:.* taught or not. Mr. John Davies, who ¡dn-uld bo an authority, said tltat not only was it taught in tho Selm-il District of which in- is a nn-tuber of tho IV ia ni. but that it wa-^ ul-o provided for in tho Act itself. Strange to say. Mr. Poole-himself a legislator, and, ns he him- self stated, had been much interested in the passing of the ...

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Calendar.—September. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Cal«ndar.-September -:o: o_ 9 10 ll 12 13 U lo! Fr BBMABKABLE EVENTS. San rise. Port Curtis Gold. Rush, 1858 14th Sunday after Trinity .? Dandenong" wrecked, 1876 Sale Pt. Phillip lauds, Sidney, '38 ( Railway op. io Echuca. Vic. ÍS64 Duke of Wellington died, léñ2 Kiují, exi>-, ind by Howitt. 1S51

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER, 1882. (Before Messrs. R. Dick and J. B. Johnston, J's.P.) CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 9 September 1882

Windsor Police Court« TUESDAY, 5TH SEPTEMBER, 1882. (Before Messrs. R. Dick and J. B. Johnston, J's.P.)   CATTLE STEALING. John Ashton and George Ezzy (the former being ranger of Ham Common) were   charged with having, on the 30th August   last, at Ham Common, stolen 3 head of cattle viz :—one red and white heifer, one white heifer, and one white steer, the property of       James Upton junr., of Windsor, valued at about £6 sterling. Senior Sergeant Fitzpat rick deposed on oath, that on the 1st of the   present month, he charged the defendants   with stealing the cattle named in the infor   mation. In reply Ashton Said "he knew   nothing about the cattle, except one white   steer, the property of W. J. Price—which is not Upton's." Ezzy answered in identical   terms, with the adition that he said " the other three were in the yard when I put t...

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OTHER SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 September 1882

OTHER SALES. Eügs (per (loz'ii) Fowl* Q)ji" pair).. Ducks., Geese. Os. lOd. to Is. Od ..3s. G 1. to 4s. O 1 .4s. Gd. to 5s. o I ,5s. Od. to 7s. OJ

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 September 1882

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive fr jin - S} dnev M jil 1 iv, Tucsd iv, Wedues Iiv, Tburs lav, rrnlav, buturdi}, it 11 ¿I) am and 7 30 p ni Parnmittt Moudav Tue-day, U ednesda} , Thurs dav, Frida v, ¡saturday, at 11 30 am aud " 30 p m Jlichmhud Mondiv, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs da\, Friday, Satuidav, «bam ind 4 p in Pitt Tjwn Monday, 8 p m , Tuesday, Wednesday, ó 15pm , rhuiaday, 8 pm, Friday, Satur day, 5 lo p in Wilberforce Monday, 3 15 pm , Tues-lay, 7pm We tuesday, 3 15 pm , Ihurstlay, 7 pin Friday, 3 lo p ra. , bJturdav ,7pm lacktown Monday, Tuesda} , Wednesday, Thurs dav, Fudav, Satuiaay, at 11 30 a m Riverstone Mond ly, Tuesd-n , Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Satuida}, at li 30 a m Mulgrave Monda}, Tues la} Wednes lay, Thurs »I iv , Tnday, batuiday, at 7 30 p m Depart for - S)liney Mondar, Tuesday, WednesJav, Thursday 1 ii lav, batuiday, it G 30 um and 5 30 p m Pirrili atta Mon la} , luesd iy, v\ edites lav lliur«, dd\, in lav batmda}, at 6 30 a ni and 3 3u Richmond AIou 1 i...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 September 1882

Railway Time Table LP ive S YD VE Y" for Ri i-.roin« ) Miljinu 9 (I A v. ; " 20 p vi. Saturdiv add , Wmd-or ' 1 l"i P M Sunday. 1-MUM (Ali Claren Ion I bet down at Clarendon ) id i ..., i Leave Tor SYDXEY f.om - lliciiiii ni I 7 I > v \f 1 ")4 p vr 5 it uni iv a bl , <> JO P M. (Sets down or picks up at Cnren d.Ml ) Win N >r 7-7 AM, 40 p M. Siturliy add , »> Jin Mu'.i i\ 7 i7 A vr , 4 10 p M. Satin lay a»lil , 7 I i M Knit- nu 7 ~>1 4 li ; 4 li P M. Suurilw ad 1., 7 -.' i' M Black nu ^ lb A Vf ; 1 VJ p M. Satur lay add , 7 o i" M

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