Elephind.com contains 204,118 items from Windsor And Richmond Gazette
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
COURSING. The draw for the opening meeting of the NSW. Coursing Club to-day is as follows : DOG Puppy STAKES.-Mr. W. Nixon's New minster v. R. Pollard's Reprieve; ]. Mahony's B.ishful Darkie v. Dr. J. Lamrock's Lonsdale ; J. Mahony's Masher v. G. Cobcroft's Charcoal ; S. Bladon's Bullion v. P. A. Lamb's Lochiel. BITCH PUPPY STAKES.-Mr. A. Town's Taxation v. Jas. Weir's Welkin ; R. W. Pearce's Ladybird v. W. Nixon's Chrysolite ; N. J. Gibbons's Grace ful v. W. Petersen's Mischief; Lord St. Leonards' St. Mary v. G. B. Rowfey's Flirtation. OPENING STAKES.-Mr. R. W. Pearce's Sweet briar v. G. K. Clark (ns) Lady in Black; G. B. Rowley (ns) Rosehill v. Lord St. Leonard's St. Winifriede ; John Smith's Gipsy v. Wm. Nixon (11s) War Hawk; A. Town's Tanglefoot v. J. Longworth's Polly Gray. I'LUMPTON STAKES.-Mr. G. B. Rowley's Bow ral v. R. W. Pearce's Sloth ; P. A. Lamb's Birch broom v. W. R. Sollyns Fassifet"n ; G." R. Clark (ns) Rita v. Dr. J. Lamrock's Teviotdale ; R. W. Pearce's Pearl v. J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
IN Loving Remembrance of our Dear Mother, MARY THOMAS, who died at Goulburn, April iS, 1871. May her soul rest in peace. Cottage to Let, FIVE ROOMS, with Large Yard and Tank Underground, containing Never-Failing Supply of Water, situate Macquarie-street, close to Railway Station. Apply Office of this paper. Wanted, FOR CONDOBOLIN STATION, an Intelli gent Young Man as GROOM, and make himself generally useful. For particulars, apply to Mr. J. S. BUSBY, Windsor. W. F. BUSBY. NOTICE. IN consequence of Leaving the District, ALL ACCOUNTS due to me MUST BE PAID BY THE END OF THIS MONTH, otherwise they will be placed into a solicitor's hands for recovery. D. COBCROFT, M.P.S., Richmond. 18/4/89- ' WINDSOR LICENSING COURT. QUARTERLY LICENSING MEETING win be held at the COURT HOUSE, Windsor, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th April inst, at 10 a.m. W. H. H. BECKE, P.M., Licensing Magistrate. Court House, Windsor, 19th April, 1889. Blacksmithin^. MY Customers are informed that in conse quence of the recent...
Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
Literary and Debating Club. On Tuesday evening the House met, when there were 15 members present, the Speaker taking the chair at 8.30. Two new members were elected. Mr. Berman then produced the first issue of the Manuscript Jourual of the club, entitled "The Ciitic," and amidst much applause from both sides of the House, read the contents, comprising the following articles, &c. :-" Ourselves," by the Editor; " Society doings," by the Editor ; Ad vertisements ; " Dickens and Drink," by Micawber ; ** Mrs. Brown spends an evening at the Literary and Debating Society," by N. Rocker; Poetry,. " Death of Honour," by Micawber ; M The Round Man in a Square Hole," by Momus; "The Opposition," by N. Rocker; " The Colonial Treasurer's Budget Speech," by N. Rocker; and " The Long Day closes," by Silas. At the close of the reading, Mr. Holland proposed a vote of thanks to the Editor, Mr. Berman, and the sub Editor, Mr. Pad ley, for their very excellent pro duction, and hoped that their e...
Richmond News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
Richmond News. SKATING.-The skaters in Richmond are many, as evinced by the large attendance at the local j rink at the School of Arts. Everything in con nection therewith goes on like the marriage bells, and Messrs. Hill and Benson are to be compli- j mented on the amount of pleasure they offer to the Richmond skating public by the opening of their rink. At any rate, anyone in Richmond, whether skater or no skater, cannot spend an hour better than by putting in an appearance at the School of Acts on Tuesday and Saturday evenings after 7.30. LAW.-As if to make up for the quiet times at the Court House for the last few weeks, the local magistrates have had a rush of business during the last few days. On Friday the Court sat from TO a.m. to 4 p.m., and again for some considerable time on Tuesday. The principal business arose out of the loss of some pigs, the property of John Shepherd, and the defendants paid dearly for secreting the porkers. The total fines and costs amounting to /2f&...
What Nicholas Nubbles Says. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
What Nicholas Nubbles Says. That Mr. Bob Eggleton, the Caretaker of the Hawkesbury Race Course, is to be commended for the manner in which he attends to the property. That the River banks and Thompson's Square should be opened for agistment. They are never used by the townspeople for recrcalion pur poses. That the Richmond people are petitioning Tom Bass to return to the lovely village. That the R. C. C. Concert at Richmond should be a big success. That the club will go ahead Antill they get another secretary. That all our " inilingtary" have gone into camp. That a regular habitue of the Richmond Police Court was heard to say on Tuesday, " 1 dont know how we'd get on without the Mayor and Mr. Lamrock." True, O King. That the Richmond Oddfellows haven't gone into the matter of building the local hall. Now then, Mr. W. M. That the lunch provided by Mrs. Crawley at the recent Hawkesbury Race meeting was simply superb. Tli.it Harry Kirwan, the popular Riverstone lighting dodger, is away...
SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
SPORTING. TURF. Though the Hawkesbury Claret Stakes was only established in 1881 Mr. James White, M.L. C., has won it no fewer than seven times. The Gem"and Piracy showed the way to the judge's*, chair in the first two years; Etna and Hecla,. carrying the blue and whiter followed them home,, ami then came the succession of victories; mentioned, those responsible being Aberfoyle,. Bargo, Uralla* Acma, Abercorra, Volley andl Rudolph. The Hon. James White topped1 the list at the? settling after last Hawkesbury Meeting; taking. /410 out of the totali of £1875.. Mr. W. Gosper toot £25. He- ought to have had a bigger parse,, and deserved it, but hard! luck and. su better harse; stepped in. The profit on the recent meeting'was-about £6ct,F it having been one of the-most successful1 meets- .: held for some time. The- management off the» ; Race Club deserve all' their Hick, for their insti tution is quite as ably managed, as, any similar organization in the-colony-..
Wilberforce Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
Wilherfhrcfi Dehating Club. The quarterly meeting of the above was held' on. Wednesday evening, when there was a good! attendance of members. The following officers were elected r-President, Mr. G. NicholTs ;? Vice President, Mr. A. Stevens ; Secretary, Mr. Butts worth ; Treasurer, Mr. E. Bowd ; Speaker, Mr.. Nicholls. The subject for debate was "Payment of Members," the Ministry affirming the principle After a spirited discussion, a vote was taken, and' the Ministry was defeated. A new Ministry,, comprising Messrs. E. Bowd,. J. C. Fitzpatrick,. and A. Stevens, was formed, the subject (of debate at the next meeting being fixed, viz.,. "The extension of the franchise to women."
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
CRICKET. The Lower Portland C.C'. have-beeir distinguish ing themselves, lately, having, played; on. Saturday,. March' 30; against. Si TUcftermam'S, Sfeckville; Reach Team, which they dlefeatoedi with' 24! runs to&lt; spare; and against Lower KBawkesbury on- April! 6,. wheni they were again- victorious withi 55. runs; to spare; We notice' that a recent aspirant for al'dermanic honours, J. Gersbach; did' great damage with the leathern sphereoni each: occasion! for the victors.
The Picturesque Atlas. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
The Picturesque Atlas. Oi reference to our advertising: columns it will be seeit thai a public meeting of per SOUK interested audi concerned', in the aictiwi of Uie Picturesque Atlas Company is called for Wednesday next, at tie Oddfellows' HiaJI, at 8.15. It appears that a larue number of resiilems of this district some time ago signed orders for copies, from one upwards, of the work, and they allege that this Atlas-Company arc now endeavouring to compel them to take the wttole of the 452 nuiwlieEs,. which run iiifio something like 10 guineas. The Company has threatened to. sue, ajwl the meeting is called for tie purpose of deciding what stepc; shall be taken to defend the cases. Tile meeting is expectodl tO' be a large and miiuuinous one. We hewe-keen requested to. state that Mr."Alex. J- Seally,.representative of the Picturesque Atlas. Cot, offcrect cmi befctlf of die company bo-pay tlie expenses, of a deputation to wait on the lrmuagement. The Mayor thought it better to have a me...
The Buffer's Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
The Buffer's Complaint I am bound to allow that the fugitive years Have obtained the advantage of me, For a streaky appoaranoe discolours my hairs, Though they once were as black as could be. My gait is unsteady, my liver is wrong, And my foot is too large for my shoe. It is seldom I break into jubilant song, And my friends disapprove when I do. Ah ! the girls do not smile as they formerly smole When I ogled them, ever so gay ; They are distant and haughty-I think, on the whole, They prefer to keep out of my way. I have just finished dining, my dinner re mains. Like a lumbering weight on my ohest, It has caused, and will cause me, inordinate pains, For it isn't disposed to digest. My enjoyment of life is contemptibly small So I murmur, suppressing a sob, ' Tell the kind undertaker to drop me a call: I'll endeavour to find him a job '
The Hawkesbury Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
The Hawkesbury Agricultural Show. We are indebted to Mr.C. S. Guest, the secre tary, for the information with regard to> theen tries, for the forthcoming show. Mr. Gkiest has himself received 1224 entries, and it is certain that the entries sent ta other sources amount to over 650. These numbers, compared' with those of last year, when the total reached was 1687-, are very satisfac tory, more particularly when the- recent drought and bad times are- considered. The show will* certainly attract a large number o£ visitors.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
LOCAL AND GENERAL. DENTISTRY.-Mr. Willoughby, Surgeon-dentist' at Windsor Royal from the 15th until the end of each month. At Richmond, Post Office Hotel, the two last Mondays in the month. * EXCURSION TO GOSFORD.-The S.S. Charlotte ran an excursion trip to Gosford on Good Friday. In respect to an advertisement published in our last we are desired to explain that the names of Messrs. Jeanneret and Stephenson were given as the simplest means of communicating wih the vessel. Mr. Evans is the gentleman who always travels with her. Mr. Jeanneret has no interest in the boat. BANK HOUDAYS, &C.--The banks of the town will be closed, as also the public offices, with the exception of the Post and Telegraph Office, on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Monday. The Post 4nd Telegraph Office will be closed on Good Friday, but will be open during the usual holiday hours on Monday. WESLEYAN CHURCH, RICHMOND-The Easter celebrations at the Wesleyan Church, Richmond, will be well worth attenti...
Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
Literary and Debating CLub. The Ministry f >rmc&lt;t by Mr. O. 1'i ^zpatrfidt comprises: Premier, Mr. iMUpaii icli: Attorney Cienerai,. VV. Baldwin Minister for Justice, D. Holland; Minister for Mines audi \Voika, H. O'Hara; Minister fee Public Instruction, M_ Nagle. Tlie subject for debate at next meeting of the-. House, on Ttaesdiy next, will be :-" The amendment of the Criminal Code, as far as taking the verdict of the majority of the jsary, and the abolition d' capital )>tr lishmcnt." The Government will affirm the principle. Bt is hoped that a large number of residents will give snpp rt t > Uie Society by attendingj and. ladies are specially invited
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1889. Who is the Liar? [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajette. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, ;88g~ Who is the Liar ? When we hear a man continually prating about his honesty, and endea vouring by word of mouth to convince his acquaintances that he, like Caesar's wife, is " above suspicion," we may certainly accept all he has to say CUM GRANO SALIS. A few weeks ago we pub lished the following paragraph : On Wednesday last Mr. G. Davies informed Mr. Bowman, M.P., that he had seen Mr. Eddy, who was favourably inclined towards the tramway to Sackville Reach. Later on, Mr. Bowman interviewed Mr. Eddy, who said that this was untrue ; he had not seen Mr. Davies, and this was the first he heard of the tramway. Crushed again. This, is the way in which some people earn a little notoriety-and yet there are -peo ple simple enough to be gulled. Last week, in a fit of virtuous indignation, the object of this paragraph fired off one of his " journalistic " pop-guns with the objectofslaughteringus, but as usual, the shot rebounded and struc...
ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
ATHLETICS: A Sacramento man says- that su few. dlaiys before; the M'A.utiffe'-Jackson. fight in S'ajs Francisco,, Jackson went to M'Auliffe and said-" Jj&lt;3«s, 1 am? a stranger, far from home, and! without money.. If I lose this fight I willl be- friendless and penni less. Let's agree- that Hie loser shall! have- 50® dollars." M'Auliffe refused the offer, saying: that: the winner should take ever thing. A short time: after the fight Jackson' said! to&lt; Jack Hlallman : "Jack, I've got more money than I ever had im my life, and I want to give M'Auliffe 500* dbtfars.. Will you ask him if he will' accept it ?" It is said!, that M'Auliffe was; proffered the coin and would! not accept it.. I oftern liie on the cliffs, which are lazy themselves, all grown with grass an® herbage,-not athletic, a» at Bower, not- ; gaunt, as. at North Shields. Through the: Bummer mists the sea and sky are one, and if you shut your eye®,-as of course you > dov-there is no> swearing to...
NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
NOTES ON NEWS. We still live J Last week the GAZETTE com pleted the third quarter of its existence, notwith standing the croakings of opponents, and the thousand-and-orte tricks resorted to by interested persons, who found that we were slowly working the ground from under their feet. Since we com menced operations in Windsor we have dealt fairly by all with whom we have come into con tact ; we have made many friends, and we believe few, if any,-enemies, even though we must acknowledge that it is a difficult task for a news paper man to be successful in this direction. We have adhered to the principle of " Live and let live," and can honestly say that we never once, during our brief career in this town, endeavoured to do one ill turn to our opponent. We wish we could admit that he or his had acted in as generous a manner towards ourselves. We do not complain-we expected such treatment, and having got just what we anticipated, we have surely every reason to be satisfied-for we are wel...
Mr. Bowser Has Theories. MRS. BOWSER'S ACCOUNT OF THEM. (From the Detroit Free Press.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
Mr. Bowser Has Theories MES. BOWSEB'S ACCOUNT OP THEM. (From tfie Detroit Free Press.) Mr. Bowser doesn't intend to let sickness or death get ahead of us as a family if any effort of his can prevent, and he is always doing the right thing in the nick of time. One day ho came home an hour ahead of time, Iiis countenance wearing a very important look, and the first thing he did was to bolt up stairs to our bedroom and lower the win dow, although I had just closed it, after air ing the room for two hours. He then came clattering down to ask me for a pan. 4 What on earth do you want of a pan ?' I asked. ' To save all our lives !' he answered. * How P' ' Your bed-room, is full of poisonous gases, which must be absorbed by an open vessel of water.' ' Nonsense!' ' I expected it. That's tho weapon of the ignorant ! Mrs. Bowser, if you want to die by poisonous; gases poisoning the blood, I have nothing to say, but I shall save the lif6 of our child if possible. I have felt a strange lassi tu...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
VARIETIES. A Only command persons, and you may be pretty sure that a good number will obey. In France, in addition to the kindergarten sohools, they have what are called maternal schools, which are of the same character as the kindergarten, but simpler. About half a million pupils are in these schools. There are in South Carolina 15,000 whites who cannot read or write, an equal number in Tennessee, 20,000. in Georgia, 20,000 in Alabama, 15,000 in Mississippi, '20,000 in Louisiana, 20,000 in North Carolina, and 2o,000 in Virginia.
POPULAR SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
POPULAR SCIENCE. -A They deposit sheet copper for roofing etc., now by electricity instead of rolling' it. Some forms of dyspepsia are caused by a deficiency of water in the system, as the drinking- of too little water is much more injurious than the drinking of too much. Experimenters at Manhattan, Kan., have discovered that the use of salt on a wheat-field will greatly increase the yield. It is also announced that the salt will Mil potato bugs. The past year has been a considerable ad vanoe in rapid photography. The methods, long known, of instantaneous photography have been applied to portrait work, pnd nojv the sitter finds the ordeal over when he imagines that it id but just begun. Amateur photography has taken immense strides within the past year, not only in the methods, but in the extent to which the fashion has reached. Some interest has also been excited in the use of the flash light, al though this method has not yet attained any practical utility. The semi-oentennia! of ...
FUNERAL MARCH. (CHOPIN.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889
FUNERAL MARCH. (CIIOPIN.) Measured are the paces Set for her to walk, Passed, the row of faces, Spoken, all the talk. Ended. Now tliaakHgiviiig For her journey done, For her span of living, Spent beneath the sun. She was so sweet and tender So fair on earth, No praises we could lend her Can show her worth, How from her birth To her last sun's setting And life's forgetting', She brought flowers to deserts and plenty to dearth. And her soft eyes' glances, Ah mo ! ah me 1 "Wore the light that enhances The blue-rippled sea. Tears! Tears! Give me tears all ye sounds, for the death of a singer. For her half-filled measure of years, Tor the pleasant paths where she might not linger. Mighty art thou, O Death! Wo gaze upon thee In thy majesty. And marvel, with bated breath. At the long straight line of thy plough, Which tumeth the earth in hor season. With a hopeless divine unreason, Furrowing straight through stubble and floorer And the tender blade that a timeless shower Gave to life in th...