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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 September 1882
PINS. Çum grano salis. I. have mit much sympathy with either orang.- or gretyr. and that's speaking plain truth at once. It is true I know some very excellent men "On. both sides, and Ian sorry to .say that I know nianvr that are of no par- ticular account. Your reporter did a lot of work the other -week, in> reporting certain speeches, and I didn't envy him in the least, (if course that gentleman is a passionless individual-a sort of granitariau I should imagine-without the slightest S3"mpathy with people who inflict such long-winded perorations-upon him, at any rate-there- fore, I conceive he is a strictly correct young man-in all things. This being so, I am bound to take his report as the real stingo-I accept it as such, at any rate, and believe there are hundreds who believe as I do. Very well, then, I confess to being rather put out upon reading the Luttonized accouut of the same affair in the Protestant Standard, of the 9th instant-which, it occurs to me, was written at lei...
THE [?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 September 1882
THE ÏMiulipaiinî ?lj ranirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TU RD A i', SEPTEMBER in, ISSi. WiihiHFU tin1 people of Ric hmond are to b» &lt; iu.¡;i itul ittd upon iii*- .uUiut of Vldeiman Ktllv to the Faik fommittte 01 not is an op« n «piestion Til» it an mun, no doubt millie (vena mijoiitv-who look up» m this g ntliiiiiu'spiiimntioins i .rieit icrpu^ition but time aie some who vu v the m itt» i nt an tutu eh difteu ut li_> lit ami au nst mc of it is the letnenn nt «if Vldeinnn Toi ki 1 a ni Pitt ti oin i ^liinl ii pwtnm A\ e ne nit g ung to di^e uss how »vii the mei its oi tin M g nt knien 01 the d&lt; in» nts of tin m w ( oiunntt« &lt; man but smiplv w lsh to pom* out how the 1 ittei b&lt; gins his m w ( UM i to ( it» h thepopuln \ote \\ ( h ive foi i long tim« p ist look« d upon \ld i in «ii Ki lh is mo^hei dove sent out fiom tin A.ik to is» »it un win tin i thou wis st ni ling loom unvvhen -it w »ulil 1H llluitiiKil to ( mipue him t > th it otlu...
Windsor Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBFR 20TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Windsor Borough Council WEDNESDAY, SKI'TEMBFR 20TH, 1882. Pnsmt-the Mayor, aiirl Aldermen Prim- rose. Simon-, Collins, \Y. Gosper. an&lt;l Lingley. Minutes of previous meeting Were read and confirmed. CORR ESPONOEVCE. From Alex, Bowman, M.P., with reference to Ha u Common. Rec ived. From D- &lt;Sb VV. Robertson, re supplying iron pipes for the Borough. Received, and to be further considered' ACCOUNTS. From J. Mason, for £80 on account for kerlong, &c. j Fi om P. McGuire, £30 for lamps-he I having received £10 on account. ! From Shepherd & Co., NTurs« rvttien, £2 19s. 6d. for trees for the Borough. E E PORTS. From Finance Committee recommending that accounts to the amount of £1 IG Os. 9d. be mid. Fi om Works Committee recommending certain improvements to the Borough. MINUTE FROM THE MAYOR. The Mayor read the following letter from C. S- Brown, Esq., in reply to a letter fiona the Council : - Sydney, Ht h September, 1882. Dear Sir. Davies v. The Borough ...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. A rri ve from - Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurslav, Fridav, ¡saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m" Var ra i nat ti... M o m lay Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Jtiehmhnd... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at S a.m. and 4 p.m. Pitt Tjwu...Monday, Ö p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, .i.lä p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, Satur- day, 3.1.") p.m. Wilberforce...Mouday, 8.1 ó p.m. ; Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.13 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Frida\-, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. lacktowu... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Ulverstone... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Mulgrave ...Monday, Tii"&lt; lay. Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Depart for - Sydney... Mundar, Tuesday, Wedneslav, Thursday Friday, Saturday, ai tl..10 a.m. anil 8.30 p.m. Parramatta... Munday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- ...
Richmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Richmond Borough Council. "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1882. Present-tin* Mayor, and Aldermen Cob- j cn.ft. Turner, Onus senr., Jockel, Crisford, and Kelly. j I The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. I CORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs. W. Sui.ivan, W. Reid, Thomas Richards, and Trustees of the \Ve.» levan Church, applying for kerbing anrl as- phalte. Leiters received, and permission given. From W. Reid asking for permission to connect pipe from w.c. and bathroom, with main sever. L -Uer received, and permission gran ted. Fmm Department of Public instruction, acknowledging letter from Council. ACCOU N'TS. T. Buckton, wages and extras, £8 2s. Cd.; ll. U. Travis, 43 yards G iuches kerbing, £13 '.U. 9d. The above were received and referred to the Finance Committee. Ri.rortT. From Finance Committee re ab )ve accounts. Received. QUE TIONS. 15y Aid. Pitt - "(L). How long has the Borough of Richmond bec ?n incorporated ?" ,,: (2) What amount of rat¿s have been received from rate...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Railway Time Table Leave SYDNEY' for Ri versions ~\ M ilirrare I 9.0 A.v..; 5.-20 P.M. Saturday add., Windsor } 1.45 P.M. Sunday. 12. lr, A.M. (All Claren lon | set down at Claren lou.) Richmond ! Leave for SYDS'EV from - Ricnuiond ...7.1 ô A.M.; 3.5-1 P.M. Saturday add., 0.40 P.M. (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don.) Windsor. ..7.27 A.M.; 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., 0.52 P.M. Mulgrave... 7.37 A.M.; 4.10 P.M. Saturday add-, 7.i P.M. Ri ve rsi one... 7.5 2 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Blacktown...8.IS A.M.; 1..VJ P.M. Saturday add., 7.P. M.
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 19TH SEPTEMBER, 1882. (Before Messrs. R. Dick, J, B. Johnstone, and W. Dargin, J's.P). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Windsor Police Court IVÏISTMY, 19TH .SEPTESÍ BER, V882. F (Before Messrs. R. Dick, J, B. Johnstone, and W. Dargin, J's.P). Robertson v Greentree. Absconding Ap- prentice Herman Thomas Greentree, the defendant, was defended bj Mr. Walker, and Mr. Nei 8 m appeared for the plaintiff. Evi- dence was not taken, and after a lengthy ar- gument by the attorneys, the Bench ordered G ree nt ret to go back to his master, and cau- tioned him that if he appeared befoi« the again they would puuish him. THURSDAY, 21ST SEPTEMBER, 1882. (Before Mr. W. H. H. Becke, J.P.) John Roach for vagrancy, irai sentenced to i 14 days in gaol.
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Arrival of Ei ver Craft at Windsor Wharf. This has boon a bad week for our trailers, for but few nf them could reach higher than Armstrong's. Those arriving at the Reach, and at the Wharf, we're Alma from St. Albans, with maize and sundries (Smith). John ? Herbert from Lower Hawkesbury, with maize, and sundries. (Woo lbury). E-tapr*¿8 from Cedo, wiih oran jos. (Sanday). Era S.S., from the Macdonald, with oranges, (Butler). (¡&lt; m from Colo, with maize, poultry, and esrgs, ( llavinan). Victory from Colo, with maize aud suuxlries, (Bap- tist;.
Sydney Markets Wednesday. September 20th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
Sydney Markets Wednesday. September 20th, 18S2. Oaten Hay m bales (superior) 7s. 2d. to 8s. ld Medium.Os. ud to Os. Od 0¿iten " Inutiles.7s. * J cl. to 8s 5(1 Medium.Os. Od- to Os. Od Oaten & Wheaten 'inn-iles 7s. t>.i. to 7s. lOd ,, ,, bales.Os. Od. to Os. Od JStraw in b iles.4s. (Jd. to -ts. Sd " bundies. .-..5s. öd. to Os. Od Oaten Ch iff.Os. 3d. to 7s. ld Medí um do.Os. Oj, to Os. Od SMMVC Chati'.4s. 3d. to 4s. 5d M.ii/o . 4s. lld. to 5s. Od Pinne Lucerne. Gs. lodto/ä. Od Me li un. 5s. lOd to Os. Od Win at -bu-.il.G>. 9d. to 7s. Od Adelaide.7s. dd. to 7s. 2d Potatoes - New Zealand... -ls. 5.1. to 4s. lOd ,, Warn Hill).inls.Os. Od. to Os. Od ,, C ircular Heads 4s. IO.I. to os. Od 15 ulev -Cnpe.os. ¡td. to 4s. Od " lvi-ish.os. (Jd. to 4s. Od Kian.".S.s. 3d. lo ls. 4d Pnd.rd .Is. :.! 1. lo ls. 4d I'ee l Oats.3>. 3d to 3s. 9d Seed.4s. 0 1. to Os. Od 1».liter - Prime local.2s. &lt;>,|, to Os. Od New Z.'aland, in mils Os. Od to Os Od Sait....Os. Od. to Os. ...
PINS. Cum gr[?]o salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
PINS. Cum graPo salis. A writer in the Cumberland Mercury slings together a lot of common sense remarks on the " Pear Meat" question. The writer seems to agree with the Evening News that the days of cheap meat will come again no more, and suggests many practical plans for meeting the difficulty, some of which are "(1;. Ready money marketing. (2). The abolwng of the ' calling for orders' system, and (3). A reform in household cookery." Now, with these three suggestions I fall in with heartily. Going to buy with ready' money means a gain to both seller and pur- chaser, adds to a man's personal indepen- dence, and relieves him of care. Calling ' for orders is a genteel extravagance, for which the consumer has to pay more than a fair equivalent, and needs more capital on the part of the retailer to carry on business -besides, the dealing can never be so satis- factory, for whatever is sent, the consumer, as a rule, has to put up with. Then as to reform in household cookery, it is the mo...
FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
F AHM AND G ARDEN: THB SUMMER FALLOW.-The summer, or bare fallow, was formerly considered the best method of preparing land for the wheat crop! The exposure of the soil to atmospheric and other influences for a whole season has an ex- cellent effect, hut it is not necessary. A crop may be grown, and it rightly attended to, the succeeding grain crop mav he as good ai when preceeded by a season of failow. The g >od results of a fallow ar? the most evident upon clay land. Tile mechanical texture of the soil is 'inproved by the frequent plowing and s irring, thus opening the soil for the irse entrance of the air, and the better circulation of the soü-water. These mech n:ical im- provements facilitate the decomposition of some of the constituents of the soil, liberating potash ai.d other essential elenienis ofpLi.it tood from the locked np and insoluble chemical compounds of thc Soil. The ammonia of the atmosphere, which enters the soil with the vain, is more readily absorbed, and, la...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Sept. 24, ll a.m., Rev. J. H. FLETCHER 7 p.m., ,, RICHMOND.-3 p.m.. Mr. W. C. Gamonil. 7 p.m., Rev. \V, Moore. KNFIELD.- ll a.m., KURRAJONG. -2.311 p.m.. WILBERFORCE.- ll a.m., Mr. G. Turnbull. 7 p.m.. Mr. A. Simpson. ' BJTTSWORTH SWAMP.-3 p.m., KEV. W. MOORE. Chairman of Cucuic.