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The 'Australian Standard." [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

The '. Australian Standard." The first number of tfae " Australian Standard," the organ of the Single Tax Party of New South Wales, is to hand, and is a first-class production. A S;ngle Tax Address by Mr. Foxall occupies a large amount of space, and is well worth the perusal of all who desire to gain A knowledge of the great question at issue. " Human Leeches " is the title of a short contribution by H. Harding, well-known in Windsor ; and a very straight ser mon by the Rev. H. O. Pentecost follows. The leading articles are written in Mr. John Farrell's best style, and the Rev. Charles Strong deals very ably with "The Democracy of the Future." Under the heading of " Political " appears some very readable matter, which is succeeded by the following articles:-"A Dream that was not a Dream," by F. H. Hardacre; "Australian Side Lights on English Politics," contributed; "The Kings and the Workers," by L. H. Berens ; " Ire land and Protection," by Henry George; "Lip Democracy," by Peter P...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Neuralgia, Ner vousness, &c. 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 finger moved, without loss and wear to the system ; the loss may, in eneh 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, tfec., 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 wherev...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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POETRY. IN BOHEMIA. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

POETRY. ?- T" Hff BOHEMIA. I dame between the glad gram hills, Wheroon the auinmor sunshine lay, . . And all the world was young that day. As-when the spring's soft laughter thrills ' The p jlae of fAio waking May; You were olive j yet sewco I knew The world woa glad because of you. I oame "between the sad green hills, r : Whereon the summer twilight lay. - And all the win-Id was old that day. And lioaryogo forgets the thrills That woke the pulses of the May : And you were dead-how wdl I knew The word was sad because of Ton. -Louise Chandler Sloulton, in Scrtbner'a.

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

f' '*J i I SCIENTIFIC REMEDY FOll ALL DISEASES OF DEBILITY. ^ NEURALGIA, NERVOUSNESS, LASSITUDE | WEAKNESS LOSS OF APPETITE, IMPAIRED VIGOR &, ENERGY ?' AW! ONLY SYMPTOMS OF A DEBILITATED SYSTEM. CLEMENTS'TONIC I rs A ?j RAPICA& CURB || which restores all lost power and vigor, [I whether lost through sickness, worry, physical exertion, or auy other cause. It supplies the brain with its essentia! brain food, contains all material for re novation and recuperation of all parts of the corporeal structure. All the functions of life depend on a healthy animal or ganization. Clemknts' TONIC i< a posi tive antidote to the causes of all diseases of Debility. Sec thas you get the genuin* article. At 2/G and 4/0 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 you sweat, sir, Apply CORNBANE unto those toes, On which the corns are set, sir. Post free, IS N.S.W. penny...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Letters to the Editor. Sir,-Who would be a volunteer-after see ing a member of :lio corps equipped for a march to the encampment. The pomp and pride of glorious war fades into insignificance under such circum stances, and the wearer of the regimentals has little time to think of anything more important than the burden which he hears. When a member of the local volunteer force is in anus - and " eager for the fray," ro donbt- lie looks more like au army in'.i'.e than any t hing else ">i the face of the globe. Ho i*> one mass of buckles, beli.s, pouches, and knapsackB. lie carries a helmet on his head and an undress cap in his breeches pocket ; he lias a water-bottle slung over his shoulder-the said bottle in many instances containing, not aqua i'Uua, but rum or shandygaff of the vilest character; round his waist is a belt from which pouches and a bayonet are suspended ; and about aOlh.s. weight of clothing , boots, ifcc., are contained in a knapsack slung on his shoulders, and ...

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

The best medicine known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent woderfnl effects in coughs, colds, influenza, &c.-tlie relief is instan taneous. Thousands eive the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the Rlobe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer rewards in proof of the genuineness of our references. The official reports of medical clinics and universities, th? official communication of the Consul-General tor Italy at Mel bourne; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam-alt these are authentic documents, and, as such, iv>i o', eti to d'inb:. We add here epitome of one of the various cases ti catci bv Si< gen, M. IX, Professor, etc. : burning of t!v band through the explosion cf a small OS stove. Thp epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of tbirt>-yc;ir?-old patient was completely separa ted and lif ...

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Mrs. Brown Spends an Evening at the Literary and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Mrs. Brown Spends an Evening at the j Literary and Debating Olub. The following article, which appeared in the first issue of "The Critic," the manuscript journal of the School of Arts Literary and Debating Club, 1 is published, so that the outside public may have an opportunity ot discovering the opinion of a very estimable lady who on a special occasion favoured the Club with her presence. We hope that the ladies of Windsor will see fit to follow suit, and that they will endeavour to galvanize their male friends irrto activity, and urge them all to grace the hall of the School of Arts with presence at the next meeting of the Society. The article in question is printed below : Mrs. Brown called in at our editorial sanctum one evening last week for a friendly chat! After some conversation, we discovered that the oM lady had visited one of the Society's meetings, and after a little pressure she consented to let us know what impression the proceedings made upon her, and delivered hers...

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

Hawkesbury Coach-Buildiinig Es tablishments William Mitchell^ WHO has been established in* Richmond since: i86ov ami who has taken prizes: at everir Exhibition in the colony where he has exhibited,, has, in consequence of many offers of support: from the residents of Windsor, Wilberforce, Pitt; Town, and surrounding portions: of the district,. ESTABLISHED' A BRANCH OF HIS BUSI NESS IN" WINDSOR (George-street, opposite? the Pbst Office), where he-is prepared to> execute orders at very reasonable- prices. The- General Manager, who- wilt supervise the Blacksmithing Branch, is Mr. H. DILLOW, one-: of the best horse-shoers and general smiths in. the? colony. *, The Wheelwright's Branch'is undter the-manage ment of Mr. W. G. PENDERGAST, of Windsor,, and customers can rely that, throughout,, their interests will be dteeply studied. Mr. WEND'EN, one of the best Coach-P&inter* out of the Metropolis,, will superintend this: department. Repairs of every kind", effected. All' new wor...

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Events to Come Off. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Events to Gome Offi SATURDAY (to-day).-Sale of choice building, sites at Gough's Fitzrby Hotel by Mr. W. Gosper,, at 2 p.m. SUNDAY.-Annual examination Wesleyan Sun day School, Richmond. MONDAY.-Steamer excursion to Lower Port land ; Richmond Wesleyan Sunday School picnic, Cham of Ponds; Musical evening at Wes leyan Church, Richmond, at 8 o'clock. TUESDAY.-fleeting of Commoners at Cob croft's Hotel, Wilberforce, at 2 p.m.; Windsor Debating Club at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY.-Public meeting, Oddfellows' Hall, at 8 ; Council meeting, Windsor ; Windsor Licensing Court. Owners of coursing dogs should not forget that their dogs, in order to be qualified to compete at coursing meetings in Australia during the forth coming season, should be registered before June i. Mr. Harry McQuade has gone away on a visit to England.

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

T I; V JAMES' I It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, AND Best for Washing Day, w For the Complexion, Softening and Cleaning the Hair, Q For Sores, F>urns, Scurvy, Bad Feet, and all Skin Diseases on man^ or beast, it cannot be surpassed. ^ - h Ask yoiu (jruccr for it, or send to the Maker, H. JAMES, 763 Geoi'ge-st., SYDNEY. ALL COMMUNICATION DETECTIVE SOAP. Detective Soap. What people say about it: g , Mr. Sidden, City Missionary, Chippendale, says :-The Detective Soap cured my Children of Rin , \V,^nr. Mr. Walters, Glebe ^ Point, sa}7s:-" It cured my wife of h;:<l feet." Mrs Johnson, Han dover-street, Waterloo, says :-" She has tried the Detective Soap for ^ everything m a household-\vasl..i,:.( eiothes, ( leaning silver, taking . grease and paint out of clothes. <K:c., with the most gratifying success.' Mr. Rayson, Sydney Bus Co., says:-"Your Detective Soap has been tried by our foreman, and lias been found to give excellent results in curing greasy he...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak nie fair I'll tell you news, indiflcrciit good to either. Good, genial Tom Hellyer has gone over to the great majority, after many long months of silent suffering, and has left behind him a record which all men in his own profession should feel proud of. Mr. Hellyer bade farewell to the Parramatta Bench some months ago, and retired into seclusion to await the date of death, which he knew by intuition was not far distant. Under the shadow of his great affliction, he, at that time, spoke a few words of farewell, which, for depth of pathos, will not soon be forgotten by those who listened to i them. The last stages of his painful journey to the grave were smoothed, as far as tender and con siderate friendship could make them, by the hos pitable ministrations of Mr. T. W. Taylor, Mayor of Liverpool, who, by good-Samaritan-like con duct to his dying friend, has won for himself the affectionate respect and esteem of many who were thought t...

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Cycling Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Cycling Dinner. On Friday evening last a complimentary dinner was tendered by the members of the Windsor Bicycle Club to the President and Vice-Presidents. There was a fair attendance of members and friends, and a splendid spread was provided by Mrs. W. Wood, of Church-street, at whose resi dence the re-union was held. In fact, the whole affair reflected the highest credit upon that worthy lady. The dining-room was nicely deco rated with flags, &c., by Mr. J. Padley and olher helpers. The company sat down at 9 o'clock, the Captain, Mr. O. Fitzpatrick, occupying the Chair, having on his left the President (Mr Thomas Primrose), and on his right one of the Vice-Presi dents, Mr. F. J. Mortley, the second, Mr W. H. Dean, being absent. Mr. W. J. Pendergast occu pied the Vice-Chair. After justice had been done to the repast, Mr. J. Padley proposed the health of the President and Vice-Presidents, and spoke at some length regarding the good work they fnd done. He coupled with the toa...

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The Port of Windsor. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

The Port of Windsor. (By PAUL Twvt-oi'.i,.) And pray, why nut the poii of Windsor? Liverpool on the George's River is a port, and so will Granville be ere long ; then surely so old and important a town as Windsor, situated on a much broader stream than either of the two towns just named, may with equal reison and justice claim a similar distinction, albeit placed at a further distance from the sea. We will suppose that it is conceded in favour of Windsor being a port-in fact, there can be no objection except it be on the part of a few interested speculators who want to see the port twenty miles nearer the ocean. What is the first thing to be done to make it so ? Necessarily the very first essential is depth of water ; and this can be acquired only by the expenditure of a consider able sum of money, either public or private ; and as it is the prevailing fashion to look to the State for help, we naturally apply in that direction in the first instance. There is reason in so doing, for ...

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Easter Social. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

Eaater Social. Chi Wednesday evening last a very pleasant social' was. given in Mr. ClWenTs Union Hall, when about 25 couples, put in an appearance aaidi dancedi rightly merrily until four o'clock, next morning. The hall was. tasLeluily decorated by Messrs. W-Armstrong and E. Mulliugety tttue Soiiisecretari js,. wlioobtained from Mr. j. Padley the use of a large number of Japanese lanterns, &c. These, with fl.irfs and evergreens gave the ftaff'a vesy enticing appearance. When Mr.. O'Brien has completed his alterations to the hall, it will be eminently suited, for the holding of socials audi the like, and; will be by far tfoe most cornmcniiotiK building of the kind in town, Nliss Day was the musician on Wednesday evening, and Mr. Peter Moll ay the M C-, and this gentleman per formed Iris duties as only one who has hod his experience can do. Mrs. O'Brien supplied excellent! cefresttincnts, and. die company thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Amongst the lariiies- present, wlio were...

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

Markets. Last Wednesday morning at the Darling Harbonr auction sales die foraju market was lightly supplied, only tun trucks being offered. For both li.iy and straw competition was again fairly active, The following prices ruled :-Hay. Best oaten, in bundles, 8s to 7 J per cwt.: other descrip tionss, 6s i>ul to ~s t5tl; lucerne, in truss, 5s Gd- Oaten and wheaten, in bundles. 7s lod. Maize.-Best (fry lines, 3s id to 3s id per bushel ; faulty, from 2s iod. Oats.-Feeding kinds, 3s j<i to 3s sd per bushel; lower qualities, from as gd ; seed, to 3s Gd. lJran. is to is id per bushel. Hay.-Best dry green lucerne, £4 10s tn £4 15s per ton ; other classes, £3 15s. Chaff -Victorian straw chart', £4 15s to £5 ioi; oaten, to £7 5s; AdelaiJe £7 to £8. Onions.-£13 to L.14 per ton. Potatoes.-Circular Head, L+ 5s to L4 10s per ton , New Zealand* from L4. limter.-Illawarra dairy sorts, is 3d to is 41I ptT lb. ; factory-made, is 4d to is Od; best inter colonial packed, to is 2d. liicon...

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

HUMOUR. Man is about the only animal who ' draws in his horns' through his mouth.-Daiwsvillc Breeze. (Jargon-Monsieur has given me a counter feit 25 cents. Monsieur-Is that so ? Well, keep it for your honesty.-Time. One great trouble with those who go to the bad is that they do not think to provide themselves with a return ticket.-Harper's Bazar. IC^K Miss Smith-' Did anybody call this fgten ing, Bridget !" Bridget-' Yis, miss ; Moike O'Shamus and Tim Blarney.' Miss S. ' What ? I don't know them!' Biddy-' They called on me, mum.' Bertha-' You seem very happy, Dora.' Dora-' Ah, yes ; I have every reason to be. We have a beautiful home, two lovely chil dren, a snug sum in the bank, my husband's life is insured for twenty thousand dollars, and his health is very far from robust,' SHORT ESSAY ON MAN. At ten, a child ; at twenty, wild; At thirty tame, if ever; At forty, wise ; at fifty, rich; At sixty good, or never. Who is the shortest man mentioned in the Bible? You Bay Bildad, the Shu...

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LITTLE FOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

LITTLE FOLK. -A A little 5-year-old, who had heard all through the summer ' tariff or no tariff,' writing to her grandfather asked him to 'scuse her writl.much, for the tariff took all her time.' A little gill who complained the other day of peculiar sensations in her hands and arms was told by her mother that she was nervous. ' Dear me,' she exclaimed. 4 Mebbe I'm go ing to die of nervous prospects.' ' Oh, John,' said a tired minister's wife one day to her eldest, who, like all the others, was a boy, why were you not a little girl, so that you could help mamma f' Promptly came the answer, ' Because God mode me a little boy for his own glory.' The church was beautifully decorated with sweet flowers, and the air was heavy with their fragrance. As the service was about to begin, small Kitty pulled her mother's sleeve and whimpered : ' Mamma, don't it smell solemn r' Two little boys who were brought up ou the Shorter Catechism bad had some calidy given them. Their mother asked for some...

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SKETCHER. A STARTLING STATE PAPER. 'The Bismarck Dynasty.' [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

SKETCH ER. A STARTLING STATE PAPER. ' The Bismarck Dynasty.' The Contemporary Review for February con tains as its opening article an aosigned paper called ' The Bismarck Dynasty,' which ie likely to be the cluef topic of political contro versy on the Continent for some time. The Standard, which makes copious extracts and devotes to it the first leading article, says, ' it contains ample internal evidence that the .writer whoever he may be, has drawn his in formation from very high quarters.' We ex tract the more salient passages from the first -section of this lengthy State paper, leaving untouched for the present the sections which deal with the prosecution of Dr. Geffcken, -the insult to Sir Robert Moiier, and the future of the Empress Victoria. ' We shall have no more petticoats meddling in politics now !' Such-except that ' petti coats ' is substituted for a word too coarse to print-was the characteristic exclamation -which burst from the exultant lips of Count Herbert Bismarck...

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How to Treat Stammerers. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

How to Treat Stammerers. I wish to show parents and guardians what a dreadful thing to a high-spirited and am* bitious boy stammering is. I sap emphati cally, if taken in its earliest stages, it canto* effectually checked. People are apt to imagine that it is a thing of small moment, and a defect which the boy will ' grow out of.' Fathers, I tell you plainly that, tri fling as it may appear to you, it is a matter of terrible importance to the lad's future wel fare, comfort, and happiness. In sbme odd cases, undoubtedly, sufferers do ' grow out of itbut in the great majority it grows upon them till they become confirmed stammerers, and their whole life is overshadowed^ by a dark cloud. A few words to the general public as to their treatment of stammerers or stultirers. Many kind-hearted men and women endeavour to help the sufferer by saying the \5jord which they imagine he is striving to utter. Friends, don't do this. In the majority of cases you will get hold of the wrong word, and ...

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A Cultured and Gifted Monarch. KING OSCAR II. OF SWEDEN AND NORWAY AS A POET, AN ORATOR AND MUSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 20 April 1889

A Cultured and Gifted Monarch. KING OSCAR II. OF SWEDEN AND NORWAY AS A POET, AN OHATOB AND MUSICIAN. A correspondent of the S. F. Bulletin writ ing from Stockholm, gives an interesting des cription of King Oscar II. of Sweden and Norway. Being the third son, says the writer, he probably never dreamed that he one day would wear the the Crown of Sweden and Norway, In the year 1872, how ever, he succeeded his eldest brother, the be loved Charles VI. The second brother, Gus taf, has already been dead for many years. On his accession to the throne Oscar was al ready forty-three years old, and was not then very popular. The mother used to say about lxer two remaining sons, the polite, considerate Prince and the rather reckless King- Charles : ' Oscar does everything in his power to' gain popularity ; Charles does all he can to lose it, and neither seems to succed.' Judging from the interest shown of late in Oscar II.,both at home and abroad,it would seem that the King has at last obtaine...

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