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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

LOCAL AND GrENEBAL. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.-Amongst the suc cessful candidates at the late Civil Service Exam ination were: V. Campion, T. Peters, and A. Picton, Windsor Grammar Scheol. LAND NEWS.-The following applications were made on Thursday:-John Dick Smith, 4OAC, Nelson ; John Thomas Singleton, 4OAC, Cornelia; Joseph Jacklin jun., joac, Maroota; Robert Gospsr, 5oac, Jupa. THE DEBATING CLUB.-The general public is earnestly invited to attend the usual meeting of the above on Tuesday evening next, when the first issue of the Manuscript Journal, of which Mr. Berman is the Editor, will be produced and read, and its contents will be open to criticism. We would like to see the townspeople take an interest in and encourage this movement, which is one calculated to benefit all who take a hand in it. WILBERFORCE DEBATING CLUB.-The next de bate will be " Payment of Members," not " Woman Suffrage," as stated in our last. NOMINAL DEFENDANT.-The Registrar-General (Mr. E. G. Ward) has been ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 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 ht AND STYLE. LADIES OWN MATERIALS MADE UP. Novelties in Ladies' Jackets, at 8s 6d, ios gd, 13s gd, and 21s. White and Coloured Blankets, a splendid assortment,. FROM 4s iid 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 for Household Drapery to D. HOLLAND. Special bargains in Long Curtains, Sheetings, Towels, Table Covers,, Blinds, Caapets, Mattings, &c. CHOICE MHiirNERY. The latest novelties; in Hats,, Bonnets, Feathers...

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Trial of Mr. Mitchell's Corn Stalk Cutter. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Trial of Mr. Mitchell's Corn Stalk Cutter. On Tuesday a large number of gentlemen interested in this piece of machinery, manufactured by Mr. William Mitchell, of Richmond, met at Mr. R. Hough's Richmond Bottoms, to witness its trial. Among those present were Messrs. C. W. May, P. Ridge, L. Dunstan, M. Nowlan, T. Griffiths, R. Hough, John Hough, Frank Hough, J. Smith, and others. The trial was made in a field^ of rather green corn, with the ground very soft. These were great dis advantages to begin with, although the principles of the machine were of a highly satisfactory character, and all present expressed it as their belief that it will be a highly valuable-implement on a farm. The idea is that by cutting the stalks as they stand into small pieces, which are hurried in the ground, the soil becomes manured, and six or seven acres can be cleaned in a day. Mr. Mitchell intends in the next machine to put three more knives, which will effect a good deal of improvement in it. Taking all...

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Nervous Debility. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Nervous Debility. DEBILITY OR WEAKNESS is caused by an impoverished state of the blood, and is frequently the forerunner of consumption or som£ 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 finger 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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Mr. John Owens Explains. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Mr. John Owens Explains. We have been requested to publish the following, which refers to an advertisement inserted in our paper last week by the Sheriffs Officer: 129 George St. West, Sydney, April 6th, 1889. Mr. John Qwens,-Dear Sir,-Your letter to hand this morning, with copy of advertisement of sale of your effects about to be held by order of the sheriff. We must say that the matter is as much a surprise to us as it must have been to you. We will enquire into the affair to day, and we trust to be able to. give you a satisfactory, explanation. We much regret the circumstance and trust it will not do you any injury. We are, Yours faithfully, SLOCCMBF. BROS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

i SCIENTIFIC1 REMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES OF DEBILITY. lb NEURALGIA, 2* "'NERVOUSNESS,LASSITUDE H WEAKNESS T LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR & ENERGY ARE ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A DEBILITATED SYSTEM. , CLEMENTS'TONIC fl IS A 1 RAPICAL CUKE g|i which restores all lost power and vigor, ] whether lost through sickness, worry, physical exertion, or any other cause. It supplies the brain with its essential brain food, contains all material for re novation and recuperation of all part* of the corporeal structure. AH the function* of life depend on a healthy animal or ganization. CLEMENTS' TONIC is a posi tive antidote to the causes of all disease* of Debility. See thas yon get the genuine . article. At 3/6 and 4/6 per bottle. SSL!®) ALL CHEMISTS SELL IT. W F. M, CLEMENTS. NEWTOWN P fl D Al O ARE POSITIVELY cure??y GORNBANE. If you have corns upon your toes, So that from pain you Bweat, sir. Apply CORNBANE unto those toes, On which the corns are set, Bir. Post free, 16 N.S.W. penny stamps, f...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

ATHLETICS. Mr. P. J. Egan who is weil-known in Windsor has announced his second Sheffield of /20, to be run at Wallerawang 011 Friday, May 24th. The event will be run under Sir Josephs Banks rules. Nominations will closc with the Secretary, Mr. Frank Field, on Wednesday, May 8th, and acceptances on the 22nd jnst.

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Letters to the Editor. SIR,-Some time in January last I felt it my duty to reply to a writer in your columns who had stated that London generally returned Con servative Members to Parliament.. In my reply I stated exactly how the case; was,, audi who were relumed by the electors to represent their interests. The members returned for the metro politan electorates are 16 Liberals, and. 8 Con servatives ; and now we find; the recently-elected London Council consisting, mainly of Liberals, including both Radicals, ancl Socialists-in fact, Mr. John Burns, was returned at the head of the: poll for Battersea with more than 3000 votes. Among the Liberal members of the new Council,. I may mention* are two women. So much for progressive ideas-which I am glad to see Sir Henry Parkes is disposed to follow ia regard to> extending; the franchise to women. Here is the programme of the Liberals during the elections. " 1. The reform of the city of London, making the city a District Council. 2. Lo...

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Eiterary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

LitOTarjj au^ Debating Club. The-Speaker took the chair at 8:30.. Mr. Web ber wa&elected! a member. Mr. Hi. O'Hara gave> notice that he would] move- on> the next sitting night of this House " that the present Ministry does not hold! the confidence- of the-members of this house.'* Sfr. M'Kenzie sought to give- notice? that he would move- at the next meeting of"this; House that the number of members of this Minis try be reduced from 5 to 3. The Speaker ruled this notice* out of order, inasmuch as there-was % rule dealing w&h this matter, and that rule-would first have to> be rescinded. Mr. Bferman moved,, " That a syll'abus for the ensuing quarter be^ pre pared by the committee-for approval air the*next weekly meeting.." Mr.. M'Kenzie seconded'.. Mr" Johnson opposed, as also didl Mr. Holland. Mr" Padley spoke in favour of. Mr. Hblland raised a. point of order as to whether the motion- could be: put, as it would, if carried, interfere with therules; of the Hous...

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Richmond Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Kichmoiid Police Court. Friday, i2lh.-Before Messrs. Lamrock, Onus,. Guest, and E. Pitt. Assault by a School-teacher.-George Bromley, a pupil teacher at Comleroy Road Public School,, was charged with an assault on a pupil, a little fellow named Douglass, son of Mr. William Douglass, of Kurrajong. Evidence was given by some of the lads attending, the school, that defendant caught the boy by the ear and dragged into school. It was also proved that Bromley was unnecessarily cruel to the boys-in one ease getting a boy down on the floor and sitting on his chest whilst beating him. Case dismissed. Insulting Language.-J. A. Williams summoned by Constable Armstrong for using language- cal ulated to create breach of the peace. Fined' 2s-6d with 5s 6d costs. In a Small Debts Case at Richmond on Friday several scenes took place. " You're a liar,." said the witness to his examiner ; " you stole a pair of hames." " I draw your Worships' attention to the conduct of this witness. Again. Verdict fo...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1889. NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajette. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, ;88g. NOTES ON NEWS. How oiten do we find that when a movement is in its infancy, and when it requires all the assistance and encouragement imaginable to bring it to a head, some people refrain from according it their sympathy, and oftentimes, in fact, throw cold water over the project, and cast as much ridicule at it as their impoverished brain-pans are capable of giving birth to. When, however, there appears to be a chance of the agitation being successful, Pecksniftian like, they come along and lay claim to the honor which is due to others. This is the case with reference to the river ques tion. One individual, who never lost an oppor tunity of deriding the project, and of urging along another matter which would have had the effect of squelching that for which the whole of our townsmen are working. Seeing now that there is a chance of something being done, and of their labours being successful, he comes along and lays the flatteri...

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

-? Riverstone. For the past week or so there lias been some talk of starting a skating rink in the Cosmopolitan Hall. It is the intention of the promoter to get ska toe from Sydney shortly. Mr. A. 1\ 1<\ Wilkie, our local prise poultty bi ?e<Htcr, sent a great number of exhibits to the Maitl&ad Show last Tuesday. It will be remem bered that this gentleman carried off most of the prizes at the laU? Newtown, Singleton, and WoUon gtmfc Shows for this elass of exhibits. Again, I would likti to see him come home victorious, as he takes much interest" in his; poultry. -Mr.- Wilkie will no doubt have a great bid for most, of the prizes at the forthcoming Hawkesbury Show. . The lltliut Society will hold a concert and dance in the Cosmopolitan Hall to-night. Several 'Veil known vocalists will take part. ; - ? Mont-d«-Piete is being trained; by Mr. .J. Page for the forthcoming races, which will be hel'd here on Easter Monday. Messrs. Norman, Kinks and Aitcliison ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

TRY JAMES' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, ANI> Rest for Washing Day, w For the Complexion, Softening' and Cleaning the Hair, For Sores, JJurns, Scurvy, I-Jad Feet, and all Skin Diseases on man or beast, it cannot be surpassed. Ask your Grocer for it, or send to the Maker, H. JAMES, 763 George-st., SYDNEY. Detective Soap. What people say about it: g Mr. Sidden, City Missionary, Chippendale, says :-The Detective Soap cured my Children of Ring Worms." Mr. Walters, Glebe ^ Point, says:-u 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. Ray son, Sydney Bus Co., says :-" Your Detective Soap has been tried by our foreman, and has been found to give excellent results in curing greasy heels and other skin diseases in horses." Mr. Cooper, Cham...

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Banquet to Mr. T. Rose. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Banquet to Mr. T. Rose. On Monday evening last, about 65 gentlemen assembled at the Royal Hotel, when a banquet was tendered to Mr. Rose, the defeated candidate for the Hawkesbury at the last election, by his Protectionist friends. Mrs. Bushell provided <1 a sumptuous repast, and all present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Mr. G. S. Yeo, President of the local Protectionist League, occupied the chair, with the guest of the evening, and Mr P. Howe M l'., on his right; and on his left Mr. J. M Chanter, M.P. and Mr. Terry, Manager of the " Australian Star." Mr. C. W. May occupied the Vice Chair. The chair at No. 2 table was occupied by Mr. R. W. Colicroft, and No. 3 by Mr. W. H. Hull. Amongst the gentlemen present were Mr. T. R. Smith and the Rev. B. Keenan. There was a representative gathering of the farming population, and several business men of Windsor, Richmond] and Riverstone were also in attendance due justice having been done to the excellent banquet, the chairman rea...

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The Navigation of the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

The Navigation of the Hawkesbury. The committee formed some time ago in con nection with th's movement have been very active during the past few weeks. It will be remem bered that a letter was written to the Com missioners for Kail ways asking for statistics re lating to the I rathe to and from Windsor Railway Station during l'le Past ,en years. At a meeting held on Fr-'day evening last, when there were present. Hon. W. Walker (in the Chair), Messrs. Gosper. Linsley, Piddington, Primrose, S. T. Green well, Eraser, jobnsou, Holland. Beard, and Norton (Secretary), the latter read a memo randum from the Commissioner for Railways Department, stating that they were collecting the required information, and would furnish it as soon as ready. It was decided that a deputation wait upon the Minister for Works on the following Thursday, and "That the Government be asked by the deputation to render the Uawkesbury River navigable to Windsor Wharf, in the way indicated by Mr. District Surveyor Ke...

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Richmond News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Richmond News* AN OLD FRIEND.-I notice our old friend', Mr. A. James, who acted as Inspector of Stock for some considerable time in Richmond', has received' the appointment of Inspector at Armidale. Mr. James will be sure to win the esteem of the stock owners of New England, and I teel sure his friends: in Richmond wish him success in his new office. PlLRSONATING AT CENTRAL CUMBERLAND. Several townspeople were subpoened to Sydney, on Tuesday, with regard to the case of Andrew M'Guire for personating Edgar M'Guire, who died in March, 1887. The evidence erf Mr. C. S. Guest, James M'Guire and Miss M'Guire, of Richmond and Enfield, was taken. The defendant relied on the fact that he owned land at Banks town, in the Parramatta district, and was entitled to similar qualifications of the Edgar M'Guire whose name appeared on the roll. He believed a mistake had arisen as to liis Christian name. Defendant was committed for triaK NEW BAKERY.-Mr. W. J. Kelly, our well-known-. Aldermanic represe...

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Hawkesbury R. C. Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

Hawkesbury R. 0. Autumn Meeting. Committee: Andrew Town (Chairman), G. Bushell, A. Benson, Dr. Callaghan, \V. Gosper, Sen., H. McQuade, P. H. Ridge, T. Richards, J. D. Single, and G. S. Yeo; Handicappcr : J- A. Scarr; Timekeeper: T. M. Alcock; Starter: T, Watson ; Clerk of the Scales: George Bushell; Clerk of the Course: John Holdcn; Secretary C. S. Guest. The Autumn Meeting of the above Club oj>ened very auspiciously on Thursday. There was a fair attendance, numbering about 3000. The whole of the officers connected with the club per formed their duties, as usual, in first-class style. The course was in splendid condition, the fields large in most instances, and the racing good. Mr. C. S. Guest, the energetic Secretary, is to be complimented on the success which attended his efforts on this occasion. One thing was notice able, and that was the small number of district visitors in attendance. The Grandstand Booth was held by G. Bushell. Outside in the Paddock the booths were held ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 13 April 1889

WATCHES Watches. A. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PKICE LIST, POST FREE, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £2 ios. (worth £5) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £l ios. (worth £y 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £4 (worth £S) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. 4 ios (worth /<j) English [.ever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, four years guarantee. £5 (worth £10) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted. 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £(> (worth £12) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, live years' guaran tee f 7...

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Windsor Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Windsor Police Court SATURDAY. Before Mr. Becke, P.M. George Burton was fined ios or 48 hours for drunkenness, 40s or one month for obscene language, and 60s .or one month for resisting Constable Egginton. Sentences to be cumulative. He went to Par ram atta gaol.

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Richmond Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Richmond Police Court. TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Onus and Lamrock, J's.P. Sitealing pigs.-Cornelius M'Mahon charged with stealing two pigs the property of John Shepherd, Senior Constable M'Neely stated that in consequence of information received, he went to defendant's place at Sally's Flats, and there found two pigs, These pigs were claimed by Shepherd as his. He took charge of them, and brought them to Richmond. John Shepherd stated that he had in the early part of the year lost several pigs! He enquired some weeks ago of defendant, who told him he would never find them. The two pigs found on defendant's pre mises were his property. They were shut up in a little house. Defendant here elected to take the summary jurisdiction of the Court, and pleaded guilty. The Bench fined defendant /15, with 7s 8d costs, or six months gaol. Fine paid. In a former case, heard before the same Magis trates on Friday, in which Michael M'Mahon was fined £10 and costs, Mr. H. Richardson appeared for defe...

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