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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

JMTO ETANT NOTICE. To Bunders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel wriç iits, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense j FITTED "UP A ' SUPERIOR TURNING uATHE, AND ENGAGE" A. CüMrETENT WOO;; J JENEE, I AM PREPARED TO PPLY, AT KEASONABLE BATES: Finials, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c, &c, TO OHDEK, AT SHOKT NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TTJENEEY WORKS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. B Gazzard and Bond, TJTLDEBS AND CONTEACTOES, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. c Estimates given for all kinds of work. S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE OACH BUILDERS. H ACQU AWE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. Double-seated Buggies, from.£36 to £45 Single " " " .£30 to £40 Sociables, from.£40 to £G0 Pagnell Carts, from.£2u Spring Vans, from .£-1 " Carts, from.£13, £!.">, £1S. Painting, and all repairs at Sydney prie All Work Guaranteed. ig^" Time Pavments Taken. J. S. Abraham's Pills, (DANDELION). THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

St. Matthew's R C, Church THE Fi riv Hours Devotion will begin on SUNDAY, 24th instant, at ll a.m., and close on TUESDAY, *2ö'h instant, at 1 d.m. S. J. A. SHEEHY. Notice THIS being the Month for thc R-giß tration of Dogs, FORMS mav be obtained of and fi led up by J. T. ROU THORN, Dight street, Windsor. NEW SPRING GOODS I AT Reduced Prices to Suit the Times GEORG E~ROGE RS Begs to inform his Patrons and the Public that he will hold a bona-fide CHEAP SALE fir 14 «lays, commencing on Saturday, 16tli Inst., and respectfully invites attention to the following extraordinary Eist ( f Prices : - : Dress Muslins, plain and printed, IO vds for 2 s (Jd Checked Linen Ginghams, 12 yds for 2s lld Plain Colored Lu tres, good sii-idcs, reduced to G.\d per yd Plain Gingham*, quite, new, with trimmings to match, ti I yd Printed de Laines, Home Spuns, and a vanety of other Dress Materials, all rc j duced to clear, (id per yd I Very neat patterns good Prints, warranted fast colors, 3jd yd White Ca ico...

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OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor of the Hawkesburg Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor of the Ifawfoshimj chn.nbJ, ) SIB,-May I Efrain ask for a short space ia jour journal to sia:e t.'iat. a lew days a«-> i in- Committee of the Presbyterian Church, Kurrajong 11 ci ..'hts, «ave instructions to clio i'ontraetor to tak ; up th" («locks from the [> >sition iu which they ha.J b.en placed, and to erect the soho. il-buiUlin« witliin iheChunh fence. I should not deem it necessary to in ike any further refereuce to this matter, hut it ha- be--n si ai ed, t h-ire i- uo 1 iioru.t-ihl'ai e whatever, bet w.-eli thc h m-e ot I thc Chairman of the Commit tee. and thc Pivshyte ' nan Church. I have ln-fore nie a place of "The or ? ij\:;al surrey of the Village ot Xurthiiel-1, County ' " < 'ook. Sale by Auctiou. by Messrs. Whit" x Co., .?.23 rd August, 1641." Un ibis place " L>"u«ias Street," so named after the owner of the pr ?perry, is laid off mulling from .. Eas.-s'reet" on th-.-, one side, and eros*iii« '* Bathurst-strect (^he mai...

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

Richmond. THE MUSICAL SOCIETY.-W« are pleased (o hear that our popular society is preparing for another grand effort, and with an entirely new bill of fare. They have now in pre- paration " The Dream,'' a serenata by Sir Michael Costa, the words by W. Bartholomew, which is divided into sevenparts-including aria, recitative, and chorus. Both words and music are very pretty, and those who believe in classical music will appreciate the action of tba Society's director in introducing it. PRIZE SHOOTING.-On Saturday last, by invitation, we were present at the annRal fir- ing for Prizes by the Cadets of Richmond Superior Public School. The afternoon was suitable for firing-except towards the finish, when the wind rose-for the sun| was clouded to the extent of subduing both heat and glare. Mr. Allen, having put his team of twelve through a preliminary drill, seived out twelve rounds of ball cartridge, and Alderman Ke Iv. who had kindly consented to act as marker, had taken up his position,...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE Comet has been flirting with old Sol during the week; and amateur observers have been numerous. Mr. Tebbutt savs that the phenomena observable in connection with the present visitor, is nearly the same as occured with the Comet of 1843-though he does not think it is the same body. Mr. Tebbutt also says that towards the end ol the week, the present visitor will be an imposing object in ' the West during the evenings. We may also look out for tho-ie beautiful Auroras that were so brilliantly disp'ayed in 1861, consequent on a possible near approach of the earth, to the tail ADULTERATION OF LIQUORS. - In a recent report of Mr. J. K. Waters, Inspector of Li- quors, fr Melbourne, an extract says : - '?Brandies (two samples), consists of colonial low wines, produced oy first distillation of vineyard wash, cleaned apparently by animal charcoal, coloured and flavoured by essence of cognac. Whiskey (three samples), all con- tained a solution of sulphate of copper (blue...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

«ft HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on i A boral Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office :-GEOEGE STHEET, WINDSOR. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. Trans OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. .4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING : ~. . f Five lines or under ... ls. bingle ? Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Internons. | Fifteen lines 10 ... 3s. Twopence per linc for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATPS PER Ql'A RTER. (One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. -! Two " " ...10 0 (Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be "booked" to regular customers. WINDSOR .MARBLE AND S...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

SPARKS It is like a dr-am that thc Municipal Council of Richmond appointed an Inspector of Nuisances some short time a^o. If it is a fact, whi r-* does this official hang out, that he c innot see the animated posts and rails grazing in the main streets of the Borough? Not only do these hungry looking kine ob- trude on the pathways, but, somehow, they find their way into the Park, where the young foliage of the trees, a ff o d them a sligh: re f- cti -IM ifrer 3 fast, ju*t bv wav of a s tack, U-:.o:e th-y g-t int.. somebody's garden, fora i- i ù ? c to ;t^ Hungerford, tile junior iaem^.-r for North- umberlind, says in the effulgence of his wis- dom, tnat the wholesals destruc ion of forests, has no effect on the climate. I doubt this gentleman's competency to deal with a met- ier of this kind. it is true, we may be mak- ing a w> dion p:le just now, but years hence we shali certainly lose a wooden One. Garnet's a real gem after all. He don't strike tili he's ready ; and when he doe...

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THE Bawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

THE ÎMiuMuîu; Cjjnmirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. ô' A TUR I) A Y, SEPTEMBER 23, 1SS2. ONE of the Sydney dailies in a most dolorous wail prognosticates no more cheap meat in Now South Wales, and certainly adduces ;i lot of data in support of its uncomfortable prophecy. New York is quoted to show that though a city may he situate in the most extensive cattle breeding country in tho I world, its citizens may have to pay exhorbi tant prices for their sirloin or rump steak. It is a fact that once butchers meat rises to an abnormal price it is a difficult thin"; to fret it down again. It has been so in Eng- land, at any rate: for since its rise some twenty years ago. meat has not fallen in price to any great extent. Our own ex- perience takes us back to the time of the Crimean war. when, we remember, prices ranged from fourpence to sevenpence per pound for prime joints-ami that was in a fashionable watering place were tho price of everything is invariably higher than in other . places. I B...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 23 September 1882

Agencies. Th« undermentioned are our appointed Agent for the several localities named : - RICHMOND-Mr. D. Cobcroft, Chemist. WISEMAN'S FERRY.-Mrs. Marx. CENTRAL MACDONALD -Mr. J. Walker SYDNEY AND LONDON.-Gordon and Gotch.

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Richmond. TRE vreather is still the chief consideration juat now, and people are wishing the comet, its tail, and all its belongings, at the deuce. Our street* are laden with dust, our shop beepers cr_, aloud at its invasion, and having no means ot' la} ing it, tiley caa simply grind their teeth and talk about getting a new clerk of the weather. This may seem unorthodox, but just now we are living iu unorthodox times, and we are nappy to see that our townsman, the member of Argyle thinks un- orthodoxy is worth voting for ; though our chosen one did not see his way clear to ex- pose himself to odium by Toting either way ; which is very canny, Alex, in one sense, though, deuced uncanny in another WESLEY AIT BAZAAR.-This^ -of course, is quite orthodox, and being so, we are at liber- ¡ ty to wish it every success. We do so, and hope everybody will r jil up on Wednesd iy and Thursday n x", tue 4th and 5th instant, at 2 o'clock, and make the School of Arts, a sight worth seeing. We are in...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S [?]RCH OF ENGLAND.) SEVENTE[?] SUNDAY AF[?]R TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Religious Notices. ST. TM ATTI! ''.Vi S .. ' ; [ ; " ¡;v-| [ n< KXGr.AXO.) SEV::XTK\M;I S I VIMY A»T¡:.I Tm MTV.

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

SPARKS The Bulletin says " For the futuro all citv telegrams marked * urgont' will be delivered hy- the new l'ostmastei-General, in person, on a biey cle. Minister Forster's reply to the Mayor cf Newtown, ult the intimidation question, is unanswerable. He said : " Tue m m who used the threat wag frequently the scoundrel who lett it to th- more courageous man to do the worst part of the Work." Hear! hear! ! Mr. IUicl.a.vm. though intemperate in many things, argued soundly and logically on tins question. Ile said " v\hiie it was per- fectly legitimate for men »o organize and resort to ¡trikes to ptotect their interests, thev had no riglr t > intimidate o' hers /rho were willing to work in their place." Exactlv sn ; way, one mi-ht as well boycott a shopkeeper j who sold his wares a penny lower than his J n.i:hb')ur. I The other day, Peter Campbell (the reverend, I shoual say) got m.uriel, at Mel , bonnie, to an " English lady" named (ietiiek. and 'twas adv-rtised in the " Argus" the...

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ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN[?] ATHOL[?] CHURCH. E[?]TEENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENT[?]ST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

ST. YL. VT TI i k'vV'á lî'i.M.W i ATI.1'»I.It . CU!' HC] I. KI'.IITSEVTII S -\i.\v AIT::I: T'K.vrr,.-..sr. V.'is i; e. - : 1 r.,1.1. r/.v. s. .j. \. siiKK¡rr.

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. Afina from St. Albans with mai/.e and sur. trie- J (smith). V"*''" fioin Portland Hoad, with i:ia!¿o. [inuhry. aad CJ JS. ( /-.'vor.'ntrhaai). \"I,-UII'III In im C'<>!-i, with \wà\?.'. peti'trv, and eg*'* (.?Vail). J,ni't ¡"rniii die Macdonald, wi! li maize, pott.'trw a'a! et::-. (Walk -ri. A7.;- ' ./mn1 t':-i-m Co!1"», with o-'atcros. poul'rv. and <. ^- < hitipr-** lr un (olo, wi,h . r iii. vs - c >i.».gned (San-lav). J uh it ¡I, rfi>-rt fnun La v.-er Hawkesbury, with mai/.v, poultry, and cg¿*. (ffuuHma).

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Sydney Markets Wednesday September 27th. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Sydney Markets I Oaten Hay inhales (superior; Ss. o 1. tn ss. tn] Medium.tis. od to 7s. (id Oaten " handles.Ss. (1.1. ».< s< !» Mediii'ii.t s. (¡<¡. :,,7 s. (i i Oaten ec \\ neaten lu-a iles...tis. ds. V : ,, ,, bales.Ts. (Kl to 7>. í¡ i straw in hales.-i-, <">d. to i-s 'J :. " heanes..4s. ;"!. lo 4s. [Kl ( hltctl Cii::Ü".7s. 0,1. tn 7.s -J , Medium do.~<. Od. : > 7->. -ld Straw Chaff....-i-;. :M. to ! ?> -j i M.d/á- .Os. od. !<) :><. O : Prime I.ti erne.(js. :hl to 7>. " i Mo'd'.im. o. ii., tu Cs. 1 d Will tit - Inc il.<'.-. !'d. to 7s. t) Ailel.tide.7^. 1 'd. to 7s. :.M Fotat t^s - New Zeal.mil.,j ], t,, .js. «) : \V.ini:i!ul):io:s .4-. tl ¡. i i ¡>. <;d ( ' iicui ir i le.tds... ,'<>. 11 i. to .>-..:! IVtrloy - ("tip ?.?'>>. '.' !. t , I o . K:.--.isli.¡i 1. t . 1-. dd li.t.n.'.i.s. !? :. ;.. is. l\. l.rd.ls. 1- 1. M 1.. î\ed ( '.tts. ;&...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Windsor Markets Tlie mnrkeîs emir laue the sane-. T,u rates are this uc.k. M.L A.-. 4S. U,| ; .Hut I Or, lis. Í ; ; E^'s, 9.1. t) lOi; F.) v ~. .'is. DA. t » i<. Til ; Or.:rt-res. tis. ti I. t.. :i<. <3 i. Windsor, Eiiday -J',* ,d .S.-iHeml,er, lss¿.

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FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

FARM AND GARDEN. Ki Tr H EX GARDE.V. - Sow peas, cabbage, lettuce, onion, celery, mustard and cress, and herbs ; cape goo sherrie-;, t <raatoes, capsicums &e. Plant cd/luire, potatoes, artichokes, ar- ro AT mt, ginger, turmeric, yams, &c. Attend to weeding, and now' this dry weather is on, s uno sanóle plan of irrigation should be adopt'd. ! V LOW KU (¡ARDEX.-Plant out dahlias, dig ' un. and store tulips, awl other bulbs, aS soon i as the leaves are withered. This is the best I mouth for sowing balsams an ! all tender an ! nuals. Keep the Dutch hoe at work, and do j not neglect watering. FIELD.-Sow ni lize. millet, pumpkins, water and other melons ; plant potatoes. There are many persons who think pumpkins require no further treatment after sowing the seed ; in this they are mistaken. Certainly, a pumpkin will grow nearly anywhere, but «rive them a goo l, rich soil, protect their roots whiL' young, and waler occasionally, and the difference both ia quantit...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Agencies. The un 1 erm eut i< med are our appointed Agent fur thc several Inealii ifs named : - RICHMOND Mr. H. ('.vU.,roft. Chemist. WISEMAN'S KKRHY. -Mrs. Marx. OI:NTI:AI. M ACDON A I. ii -Mr. .I. Walker KVII.VEY AM) l/isiMiN. -( ioi di'H and Cnteli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

Castner's Sural Australian. ORDERS for this popular MAGAZINE may be left, or addressed to the Üifice t»f this Paper ; and wi 11 !>. attended to. Fuller & Co. ?\\\Vi\ ESRFRY CnimvrCT.TÏ AND KARMAS A I) Vt »OATK OK F ICK. t; KORi i F-KTRFFT. \V!N'1>. SOR, are Agents lor tiie ( 'v.in<:frl<tnd .\{nxurn.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 30 September 1882

C< INC i RKC AT lONAT, C ÍI 'J UCH. fcabballi SiTviii- : ll a.m., J p.m. j i.v.-ii.u .: S -'-va-i-, T., i!< la.-, s p.in. ] Jir.V. \V. M A ril l I-isU.V, «rT.-*. j

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