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ART & LITERATURE [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

ART & LITERATURE Ai . When a newspaper ceases to be jnde£en-: dent and becomes thetoblof a'Goveniment, a' Minister, or a financial oliquefj-it t£o- |ongelr j deserves the respfeet whichis&jways J«aid to ' an honest organ of publib opinion. "When' Lord Hardinge <Jom^8bined- tothie Dukeof Wellington that an EJnglishpaper -tiould not' be bought over, theDuke, with his customary' shrewdness, remarked,' N6, and whenyou had bought the paper youTyoiildhave to buy readers for it.' Germans ar&in this respect' less squeamishthan Englishmen, and hence the 'reptile press,' as it Is balled, tnay dothfe Government ttome i&rrice;--2)iil7y J\retvs. ; ; Oscar "tyjlde recently announced his opinion of the pro?e of ' '?$V 4 terri bly dull and cumbrous,' bo, says ; it'aheayy in movement and uncouth or exaggerated in', expression. Among the masters in English prose, whom lie mentioiw», a*e MatQ^w 'Arnold, ^whoisainodeP J.Gro^eM^dmi, , ' who is a yraniing'; Mr.X...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

OHAPTEBHI. ; Meantime, Lieutenant Perry was tiding blithely down the winding trail, totally Un conscious th&t'iuB movements weiee ? of thei faintest consequence toanybody but himself; and equallylieedleSB of there&dng asource* of speculation. . His horte-wak am herfe^ juiced in, ^ull of spirit j and spring and in telligence ;thB morning wa4 b£autuul,^jdat cpol enonghsto bB exhilarating; hisfa^oiite Hound, Bruce, went bounding over the turf under the slopes, or ran^ing off t^JUgfe'the* cpttonwoods along the stream, or the shallo'w Bfindy mvoyosi i where ithe -grass < and' -wo^cls" grew rank and luxuriant. Every ;noW ?&ntl tjienr wiihaqdden rushand whir* ft drove of waifie-chickens would leap frofii their covert .and, after vigorous fiimpifig e w-xqdsj would 'l()rig:ftE«y/0xu:v0j;aoadisettleitd < eafcth'egai hiindredyardsawayV, 'aJsub igehtigtiianfroald bfexaean: eq6uih;to shoot a# bnoh'H BeaJSow.' ijvery little while, too. with pfocUgibua...

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Dumas Pere as Cook and Host. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

?: Dumas Fere as Cook and Host. . r 1 A changing .ljttle sketch, entitled ' AJDay t wi th A. Dumas Pore,' appears in the currant l-iMuober of the "Weimar T.ratmberu£m which; > 4 compatriot of the great author tells how. ; he spent a. happy day with Pumas Pure ftt ;yeiii{se. One morning a,note wap brought to .:me Vriterj wfciich bpre, an Egyp tian inutimjy, surrounded by the words, I' Patieiis quia .jcterhum.* /tlie npte ran as /follows :-.* l)ear fearbp,-I' saiw y^n last ;night at the' opera; If ycii still' remetiibfer . your" travailing' companion l)f the Jpake of Gtekeva andof the wonderful trip to the fiigi, conie to thfe Hotel Danieli, &iva degliwfchia ,'voni. You will find there till eleven" o'clock yoursta^ilyv A DtimAs.' ' 5 ' .4- OOOD AOTHOB, BUT.4.;BBSPTOE OO0K./ :i . Alexandre- Dumas ^continues Baron D;)1 reoeivedme with- expressions of 'great plea-i' sure. He came to meet me in the-oonidtfriii 'his customaryvittire, ' without: coat;- wftist* cbat, or even shoes...

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

I SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOR A LI. DISI'.ASK-, ul? DEBILITY. NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE | WEAKMESS LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY AUK ONLY .*<Y Mi'TOMs OT A DEBILITATED SYSTEM. CLEMENTS'TONIC | IS A " RADICAL CURB which restores all lost power .mil vi}.'or, wln-tlier lost through sickness, worry, physical exertion, or any other cause. It supplies the brain with its es-ental brain food, contains nil material for re novation and recuperation of nil parti of 1 the corporeal structure. All the functions of life depend on a healthy animal or pmir.at.iiMi. Ci.KMKNTs' TONir i< a posi tive antidote to 1 lie causes of all diseases of Debility. Sec thasyoupet the (rcnuiue article. At 2/6 uml 4/G per bottle. .%) ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. #F.M. CLEMENTS, NEWTOWN CORNS ARE POSITIVELY CORNBANE. CURED BY If you have corns upon your toes. So that from pain yon sweat, sir, Apply (JO It NBA NK nuto those toes, Ou which the corns are sot, sir. Post fi»e, 15 N.S.W...

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

WATCHES Watches. A. SAUNDERS, Watoli Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LJST, POST FREE, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF Tirk USUAL PRICKS. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CKRTIricATKt and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. (worth £5) English I^ever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £l los. (worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, tlirei1 years' guarantee. £4 (worth £S) my Special English Lever, patent 1 in la no: ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. 4 jos (worth £()} English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (worth £ia) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap. lour years' guarantee. £(1 (worth /i-) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, five years' guaran tee £- (worth...

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NOVEL. Dunraven Ranch. CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

NOVEL. . . ? ?? . Dunrayen Ranch. BY CHARLPS,.]BPCNJQR R/itt Zippincot^sJ. CuAPTfin H.-(Continued.) The valley ofthe Monee, shallow,and bare oi tress except in scattered clumps along the. stream, gtrj&tohea away, .80Ati^eartw>ro for mmf a mile uni^ lost to eight in the general level ftt the horizon. Off to the norph and east the prairie fOBe and fell in long, low un dulations, so devoid of abrupt slope of any kind as to seemabsblutely dat ^o the, unprac tised eye. Southward andtothewest ofthe lonely post the surface was relieved of this monotony :by occasional gentle rise and swell,. Nowhere, however,, oyer the broad expanse was there eign of other vegetation than the" gray-green oarpet ofbuifalo-grass, and 1Mb eaipet itself wae mapped in fant^t£cpattero, ? the effect of the prairie fixes more orless re cent in occurrence. Where within a fort night the ftv®; the surface all the Jt>osompjE the earth was one bl^ck barren, ii fynd shunned for the i^ue being .ot > every...

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A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.] ADDENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

A Few Notes on Irrigation. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE BY G. C. J.J ADDENDA. The catchment area of the Nepean and its tributaries are no doubt large before it joins the Wollondilly, though by no means equal to the river just named and in proof of this, quite recently the people of Camden have been complaining of want of water, whereas there has certainly been no scarcity of that element in the Hawkesbury at Windsor or the Nepean at Penrith-even though it may have ceased running altogether at Camden. On the other hand, I have known, since the diversion of the water from Pheasant's Nest, Camden to have had too much, though this has not been of so frequent occurrence as formerly. The water diverted from the Upper Nepean into the Nepean Tunnel is esti mated at 10,000,000 gallons a day, inde pendent of the cataract supply. This is just the quantity required per day for the inhabitants of Sydney, and, as 1 have shown, is supplied by two rivers alone of the system, thus leaving all that is su...

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An Evening Among the Land Nationalizers. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

Aii Evening Among the Land Nationalizes. PAUL TWYFORD.] Nothing daunted by the croakings of a few un sympathetic owls, who had been busy during the week drawing the long bow anent the small gathering on the occasion of a former meeting, I found my way down to lien. Wood's Temperance Hall shortly after 8 o'clock on Saturday night. It was a dark night, and but a few residents had turned up, though the three gentlemen who were to address the meeting had arrived, and were evidently ready lor immediate action. A few tolls of an auctioneer's bell soon drew a number of persons together, and amongst them I recog nised most of the Riverstone representative men, such, for instance, as Messrs. Phelps, Parrington, Rumniery, Saundercock, Norman, Cruickshank, and others I do not know, or cannot just now call to my memory. There must have been close upon forty present when Mr. Phelps was voted to the chair, and the visitors took up their positions on the platform. The chairman-who was evidently un...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., T. Primrose, J. B.. Johnston, Jun., Yeo, and Linsley.) INCORRIGIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 30 March 1889

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before Messrs. Becke, P.M., T. Primrose, J. B.. Johnston, Jun., Yeo, and Linsley.) INCORRIGIBLE. Stephen Atkins Jun., was charged with throw ing stones in Macquarie-street, Windsor. He pleaded not guilty. It appeared from the evi dence that prisoner, who is about iz years of age,, was beyond the control of bis mother, who en deavoured to get him to attend school ;? in com pany with a youth of similar proclivities, one Brooks, he pelted John the Frenchman, and others with stones, and made things quite lively.. The evidence of Thomas Davis, Senior-Sergeant Fitzpatrick, and Margaret Atkins was taken, and the Bench ordered young Atkins to be confined on board the " Vernon " for three years. William Brooks, Jus., was charged with 3 similar offence, but as Mr. Linsley, J.P., consented to take the boy and give him employment, and his father agreeing, the charge against the young ster was withdrawn.

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

Meteorological Observations At the Observatory, Windsor, during the week ended March 28th, 1889. ........ Barom. 9 h. ......... Shade ............ Rain for ........ a.m. reduced ........ Max Temp ..... 24 h. Day. ... to 32° Faht. ... Temperature .. in Sun .... ended 9 March 22 March 23 March 24 March 25 March 26 Inches. 30. 008 30. 136 30. 225 30. 263 30. 236 30. 336 30. 258 Shade. Max Temp Temperature. in Sun Black Bulb in Vacuo. Max. Min. 88. 2 .... 52. 7 .... 130. 8 .... 0.004 74. 5 .... 57. 1 .... 133. 6 .... 0.000 75. 7 .... 60. 5 .... 115. 3 .... 0.004 76. 9 .... 56. 2 .... 105. 7.... 0.033 80. 7 .... 60. 2 .... 144. 3 .... 0.000 78. 5 .... 83. 6 .... 137. 0 .... 0.000 75. 8 .... 56. 5 .... 118. 6 .... 0.017. REMARKS -22, fog to 8. 15 a.m. dew in gauge, clear; 23 heavy clouds, drops of rain 9h p.m.: 24, occasional very light rain ; 25, cloudy ; 26, threatening clouds ; 27, light shower ; 28, occasional light rain. Note:-- The shade thermometers are only provisionally corrected...

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Nervous Debility. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Nervous Debility. DEBILITY OR WEAKNESS is caused by an impoverished state of the blood, and is frequently the forerunner of consumption or some other serious disease. There is constant loss of vital power, strength and tissue in the wear and tear of everyday life. A thought cannot pass through the brain, a breath inhaled, a word cannot be spoken, nor a linger moved, without loss and wear to the system; the loss may, in each instance be infinitesimal, nevertheless it is a loss, and as the constant dropping of water will wear away the hardest stone, so the constant wear and tear of mental worry, manual labour, &c., will undermine and impair the strongest and most robust constitution. Unless proper restorative treatment is adopted early death must result. The blood is the vital fluid, and performs the office of recuperating the different muscles, nerves, tissues and bones; it travels through the entire system, depositing its nutritious and fortifying matter wherever there is lo...

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WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

WILBERFORCE. On Wednesday evening there was a fair attend ance at the meeting of the Debating Club. Mr. Nicholls, Speaker, occupied the chair. Mr. Bowd moved a motion condemnatory of the Ministry, but subsequently withdrew it. The subject for debate was " Full Local Option," the Ministry affirming the principle. The Premier, Mr. Butts worth, led off, and was followed by Mr. Gordon, leader of the Opposition, who opposed Local Option in any shape or form. The following speakers also took part : Messrs. Stevens, E. Bowd, J. Walker, Bowd, Senr., in favour of; Messrs. Nicholls, H. Bowd, and Fitzpatrick against. On a vote being taken, the Government was defeated. Mr. Gordon formed a new Ministry comprising Messrs. Walker, Fitzpatrick and him self, and the subject chosen for the next debate was " Women Suffrage," the Ministry favouring it.

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Notes on News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Notes on News. Some time ago an attempt was made to organize a troop of cavalry in the district, but it appears to to have been unsuccessful. There are a large number of active young men here at present, and there is evidently a disposition on their part to organize some such muvement- We have typical natives in this district-good horsemen and well built fellows, who would show to great advantage in the saddle and with their gay regimentals (lashing in the noonday sun. There is an amount of romance attached to the cavalry which is want ing in the infantry, and therefore it is likely that should a branch of the light horse be established, it will meet with all the success it deserves. At any rate, nothing will be lost by giving it a trial, and we we are sure some move will be made by those interested. Those who who wish to give the local debating club a little encouragement to proceed with the good work they have in hand cannot do better than attend, if only as mere spectators and li...

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Scissors and Paste. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Scissors and Paste. The New South Wales Assembly con tains ten attornej'S ! Adelaide has a School of Mines, with 61 students. Harold Supplement Stephen, M. P. for Monaro, has given notice of his in tention to introduce a bill to abolish the " cat." In the Legislative Council there are five practicing and two briefless barris ters, four attorneys, and three pensioned judges. Justice Kerferd, of Victoria, started lile as a brewer's traveller. And now he tells criminals to avoid the cursed drink. Queen Victoria gave up her Stag hounds because she didn't like to see her money going to the dogs. A Darling Downs editor has been licensed to officiate as Church of England parson, Editors have frequently been recruited from the pulpit, but it is vety seldom the church gathers a preacher from among those who have wielded the scissors. Extract from a South German paper, | in which the sad consequences of bad i punctuation are set forth. " After him came Lord Salisbury on his head, a white hat ...

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Enormous Rents. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Enormous Rents. THF. AUSTRALIAN STANDARD alluding to the single tax sa3's:-In towns like Graf ton, and Mudgee there are many shops, the tenants of which pay about £i per week rent and contrive to get a living". In Sydney tenants of precisely similar shops pay £4 to £8 per week, and con - trive to get a living. The building of each of these differently located shops cost about the same, and the difference in rent represents advantage of location, which all goes to the land owner, who has never, as land owner, added wealth to the community. Whether in the up country or in the metropolis, labour and capital can get only about the same returns. But what enormously different returns Landlordism can get! Henry Labou chere tells us in Truth the story of a single English farm, thatof,01d "Ash Grange," on the Duke of Devonshire's estates in Derbyshire. The farm contains 450 acres. The tenant paid in 1769 a j^early rental of £190. In 1810 the rent rose to £440. In 1831 it was £510, in 1855, £...

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Fifty Years of Publishing. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Fifty Years of Publishing. Mr. George Routledge, in the course of j a speech at a complimentary dinner ' given in London a few days ago, told the story of 50 years of most active pub lishing ; how he began at Carlisle when parcels came by a mail-coach from Lon don ; how 30,000 copies of the " Colleen Bawn" were sold during the performance at the Adelphi, 100,000 copies of Grant's " Romance of War;" how in 1852 .' Uncle Tom's Cabin" sold at the rate of 10,000 copies a day ; how he paid a royalty of 2d a copy on " Queechy," and sold 60,000; how in 1853 he engaged with the late Lord Lytton " to pay him a sum of ^20,000 for a term of 10 years" and how "the agreement was carried out to the letter how the firm then pur chased from the present Lord Lytton " all the copyrights and plant." Mr. Routledge said, " We have for this author's works nearly paid the sum of ^"40,000." He spent £1000 upon the illustrations of an edition of Long fellow's poetical works, and gave £1000 to Mr. Howard Sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

IN Loving Remeinhntnoe ol CH AKI .KS J. THOMAS, accidentally killed on the Katl way at Burwood, April 4th, iSSfj. RIP. Tuning & Repairing. PIANOFORTE and ORGAN TUNING and RF.I'AIRING done on Moderate Terms. All parts of the District visited. D. G. GALLAGHER, WINDSOR. Roads Olilice, Windsor, 28th March, 18S9. TENDERS will 1><: received up to 10 a.m. of WEDNESDAY, roth April, for the under mentioned works: Road, Rouse Hill to Schofield'sSiding,Task 2s. Road, Ulacktown Road to Box Hill, Task 3s. Road, Windsor to Penrith, Tusk 4s. Road, Pitt Town to Jlaroota, Task 5s. Road, Richmond Bridge to King's Road, Task 6s. Specifications can be seen at Court House, Windsor. Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed on cover with number of Task ten dered for. F. G.P. NEJLLEY, Road Superintendent. In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. IN BANKRUPTCY. RE EDWARD WOOD, OF CATHERINE-STREET, Cartfr. NOTICE is hereby given that the Single Meeting of Creditors in th...

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Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Literary and Debating Club. On Tuesday evening the usual weekly meeting was held, when the were a fair number of members present. In the absence of the Speaker, Mr. D. G. Gallagher was voted to the chair. The minutes were adopted. Mr. Berman moved "that a manuscript journal, consisting of literary con tributions by members, be read at the third meet ing in each month." Mr. J. Walker seconded, and proposed Mr. Berman and Mr. Baldwin be editor and sub-editor respectively. Mr. Holland also spoke. Mr. Baldwin desired to withdrawhis name, owing to his inability to attend to the matter. Mr. Johnson spoke in favour of a Hansard. The motion was carried, Mr. Berman to be editor. Mr. Berman said he would have a. copy of the journal ready by Tuesday week. Mr. Berman gave notice that he would move at the next meeting of this House, " that a syllabus fo the ensuing quarter be prepared by the committee and presented for approval at the next weekly meet ing." Carried. Mr. Johnson moved, "That all ...

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Masonic Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Masonic Installation. On Friday evening last a large gathering took place at the Masonic Chamber, when Bro. A- B> Kirk, W.M., elect, was installed by the Installing Master, Right Worshipful Bro. A. H. Bray, Grand Secretary. After the installation ceremony had been performed, the company adjourned to the Royal Hotel, where a sumptuous banquet was served in Mrs. G. Bushell's best style. In addi tion to a representative gathering of members of the Richard Coley Lodge, Windsor, No. 152, U.G.L. of N S.W., and brethren from the Duke of Connaught Lodge, Richmond, there were present the following visiting brethern :-Very Wor. Bro. A. H. Bray, Grand Secretary, Wor. Bro. James Macdonald, P.G.J.W., Past Masters Rev. W. S. Frackletonand H. Maunder Williams, and Bros. W. H. Churchward, C. P. Middleton, J. E. Salier and T. Alcock. The following toasts were honored : -"The Queen," proposed by W.M. Bro. A. B. Kirk ; " The United Grand Lodges of N.S.W and all sister Lodges" (coupled with the name...

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 April 1889

Riverstone. At a meeting of the Relief Society on Saturday night last, Mr. H. Kirwaa was elected Treasurer, vice Mr. George Myers resigned. Miss Lily Grace, daughter of our local police officer, has been appointed head teacher at Holly - brook Public School. She left here on Wednes day to take charge. Mr. Michael Thompson, porter at Brooklyn, has been transferred to this station. His position is now night officer in charge. Ethel Grey's troupe played " Current Cash " in the Cosmopolitan Hall on Saturday night to a fair house. The troupe could not play it to per fection, as the stage arrangements were rather inconvenient, but they did remarkably well con sidering the disadvantages they were under. Everyone will be glad to hear that Mr. A. P. F. Wilkie, who was so seriously ill with paralysis some few weeks ago, is able to get about outside again. | Mr. W. C. Knight has sold out, and has gone I into business at Kiama. Beautiful rain fell on Sunday and Monday, and the weather is still ...

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