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THE Hawkesburg Chranicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1882. CAVE CANEM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882
Tit K Imuktöhttrii Cljronirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TC I! DA V. &lt;)&lt;'T( ) Ii Ell .11, ISSI. CAYE CAN EM. Now that tho fourteen days of grace allowed l>v tho Dop; Act are passed, it behoves the owners of eanim^s. &lt;>f any breed or eoluur. who have not complied with its provisions, to profit by our advice at the head of this article. We believe in tho Dop; Act : we see its necessity ovorvday: and this hoi mr the ease, it is unlikelv that we should re- commend anyone t&lt;> evade the law. as misrht be infered by the advice «jfiven above. "But since the Legislature bas wisely taxed us to the extent &lt;>f lrilf-a-crown per do&lt;r. we can scarcely believe it was intended to eir cumscvibo its opera:ions bv permitting nnv monopoly in registration-that is. although a proper olfieer is appointed to receive the fees and give receipts, the Act does not in- sist that he shall be the nn/// person to collect such fees. Neith...
FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 21 October 1882
FARM AND GARDEN. LIQUID MANURE.-This excellent fertiliser is -well-known among gardeners, and should also be in general use among farmers. To save what has hitherto been wasted, can be easily accomplished by our agriculturists, without any great outlay. We give the following extract from an agricultural writer, so that our readers may put into practice what he recommends :-" In ordi- nary farm practice, by far the larger part of the liquid manure of the stock kept is lost. No effort is made to save it. There is no barn cellar, no gutter behind the stabled animals, no absorbents. Analysis shows that the liquid manure is quite as valuable as the solid, or even more so. In 1000 pounds of fresh horse dung there are 4.4 pounds of nitrogen, 3.5 of potash, and 3.5 of phosphoric acid. In horse urine there are 15.5 pounds of nitrogen, and 15.0 of potash. In 1000 pounds of fresh cattle dung there are 2.9 pounds of nitrogen, 1.0 of potash. 1.7 of phosphoric acid. In the urine. 5.8 pounds of ni...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 24TH OCTOBER, 1882. (Before Mr. R. Dick, J. P.) POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
J ; ? ' Windsor Tplioé^ont^ ? | ÍÜESD*T,S*VH OCTOBER", 1882.' - (Before Mr. R. Dick, pouce CASES. Thoma bring drunk liiueorge-street on Friday. the 30 th instant, was cautioned and discharged. 1 Same per «m was charged with making, usé1 »t' obscene la iguuge at the stine time and place, and lined 5s., or ia defùult 24 huit». Fine p.iid. James L dlough, drunk in.Gerr^e-strcot on the £3rd instant, Tnis being bis tirs», appear ance birnie a Windsor Ueticfi, defendant was cautioned ami discharged. John F. rrestor, for ticing drunk in George street on the ¿3rd instant,, was fined 5s. ur £4 hours ; and for making use of ob-ceuc lan guage a further fine pf 7s. OJ., was inflicted, or 4t» hours. Fine paid, . SU»I M&lt;(Ke CASES. ^ Elizabeth Cupitt was charged with an as. sault upo.i lieruard Gallagher, a child £ years old* Case proved by two witnesses, and a fine of ls. was inflicted, with 8s. 4d. costs. James T.; llowthorn y. G. L. A, Davies, Assau't. The Bench, after hearing eviden...
OPEN COLUMN. MB. C. T. COLLINS, J.P., ON ORANGEISM AND ROMANISM. PARTI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
OPEN COLUMN MB. C. T. COLLINS,3.1?., ON ORAKGEiSM AND ROMANISM. » FATtT «I.' OUR little world lia« been sorely disturbed of late by the uplieavels of religio-pulitical feeling, first on this side then on that ; and « hen the dispassionate man bestows a little attention to the matter, he feels surprised at the effect such miall causes produce, and seeks to pry a little beneath the surface to discover if there bj not something else than the love of God that causes so much agita lion. First in tho field, came the great diguatary of Home-with his scholatship, and pride of \>irth, Dr. Vaughan, Archbishop. Unfortunately for the peace of our people, he ci.tne at au inopporíuTié timé-albeit, he came on no aggiosive mission, lor bis was one ofa purely peaceful character. Yet (he fact of 1ÙB having incautiously intered a few words in the course of an otherwise excellent address, was the means of fanning into a flame that never dying spark of fierce, bigoted, hatred to »ll that savours of H...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. -\n .to froin - f-'. Ii»-, .. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, ! i ;dav, Saturday, nt It.ttfl a.m. and 7.80 run* ' ' ' .&lt;jf u¡3ita...Mui!(hiy, 'J;''Kisd:iy, Wednesday, Thurs, day, Friday, Saturday, UL ll.ZO a.m. aud 7.31) /;:")"itund»..Moad,,y. J -'ay, .Wednesday, Thurs ley, Friday, Saturday, ijt 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. I'n.L j wu...Munday, 8 p.m.; Tnesdn'jT'Wediiesday,, Ü.15 p.m. ¡ ThtfEsday, S p.m. ¡ friday, Satur day, $.16 p.m. Will. riorce*'...Stundny, 3.15 p.m.; Tues lay, 7 p.m. *V..ilnefiday, 3.15 p.m.; Thursday, J p.m. Kinlay, 3.13 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. liickiowu...Munday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs. &lt;; ly, Friday, Saturday, nt 11.3(1 n.in. lüvtr 'uno...Monday, Tuesday, Wodnesday, Thurs ' 'd:iy, Friday, Saturday, at 11,30 a.ni. Jlul^ravu.-.Moiulay, Tuesdny, Wednesday, Thurs, diiy, I'Yidny, Saturday, HI. 7.30 p.m. lit-part lnr - Sydney ...Mondny, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, .Saturday, at (I.3U o.m. and 3.3U p.m. l'arrii...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Railway Time Table Leave SYDNEY for ftivierstoiie "1 Mulgrava | 9.0 A.L.; ii.2ft r.M. Saturday add., Windsor !. 1.4.1 r.a. Sunday, 12.1.1 A.M. (All Clarendon ( Bet down nt Clarendon.) lítehinond f Leave for SVDXKV from lüclimnii I...7.15 A.sr.; 3.34 P.M. Saturday add., li.4U r.M. (Seta dovvii ur picks up at Claren «]"".) Winil«iir...7.27 A.M.; 4.G P.M. Saturday ndd., P.M. Mulgrave...7.3" A.M.; 4.1« P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 P.M. Ulverstone...".!)" A.M.; 4.31 r.M. Saturday odd., 7.-0 r.M. lU:M-ktown...S,lS A.M.; 4.0'J r.a. Saturduy add., ,".¡>S P.M.
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 20TH OCTOBER. 1882. (Before Mr. W. H. H. Beeke. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. - FRIDAY, 20TK OCHOBEII. 1882. (Before Mr. W. H. H. He-Ice. J.TM A Indy named Mary McCanu wa.« charced by the police Ibr making use of very naughty Inucuage, and very properly tined 40s., or in default two months imprisonment. (Before Messrs. R. H. Ducker and W. H. H. Beck-, J's.P.) Roland Wilson and Job Wilson junr. were called upon to answer a charge of riotous conduct. There lieing no appearance of par ties, a warrant was ordered to be issued (or their apprehensio >. The same parties were chatged with usin? obscene language. Case postponed until next Court day. J. G. Welsh V. C. Baker-malicious in jury. Adjourn, d till next Court day. Same défendant, for obscene language, also adjourned.
Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Windsor Wharf. &lt;?> .' Alma from St. Albans, with matee nod sundries ^Qwn fri» ItortjtóiÁeaQ «¡th' »miae, k'itd sundries,, (t^affagtuun.) ; , . > ..?;..,., ' . ?/uH^tfrowk:t*e>Mao;iaut!il/ willi an»iia,./.atiJ sundries, (Walker). John Ihritrt from CadflAl, -wilb mau¡3, and *uu irles, (Wooibury)..
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
, i Windeor MarketB. | :T..T&lt;? ';&lt;. .-, ¡ , ? ? j Thë'ralji'his operated On the markets though tlicrl? itas utit b.-on a'gr.'at deal dui«;;., Maize sold *at 5s. 5^1, c¡irlv in ilia \juek, but soon emilie down tu As. .td ; Kniter -(good) is Kellin;; .it 1«. 3d ; Egg«,-siarte&lt;l nt KM. but ure now fetching ls ; tina or tivo »mal) lots ol oranges sold nt from ls. tn 4s. ' Windsor, Friday 27th October. 1882.
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 20TH OCROBER, 1882. (Before Mr. W. H. H. Becke, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FiuDAv. 20TH OCROBER, 1882. (»..'¡ore Mr. \V. H. H. Ik-eke, J.F.) A lady named Mary McCann wai churned by thc police for making use of very naughty language, and very properly tined 40s., or in default two months imprisonment. (Before Messrs. R. H. Ducker and W. H. H. Becke. J's.P.) Roland Wilson and Joh W i I son junr. were called upon to answer a charge of riotous conduct. There bein«; no appearance nf par- ties, a warrant was ordered to be i>sued for their apprehensio '. The same parlies were charged with usin'j" obscene language. Case postponed until next Court dav. J. C. Welsh v. C. Baker-malicious in- jury. Adjourned till next Court day. , Same defendant, for obscene language, also adjourned.
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 24TH OCTOBER. 1882. (Before Mr. R. [?], J. P.) POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Windsor Police Court iUEsD\Y, 24TH OCTOBER. 1882. (Before Mr. lt. D ck, JA*.) POLICE CASES. Thomas "William W.icux charged with being drunk in George-street on Friday the 30th instant, was cauiion-d and discharged. Same pirson was charged with making use of obscene la iguage at the same time and place, and fined 5s., or in default 24 hours. Fine paid. James L dOugh, drunk in Gei r re-street ou the 2ord instant. Tnis being his fir>f. appear- ance befoie a Windsor Bench, defendant was cautioned and discharged. John F rrester, lor being drunk in George stn et on the ^3 d instant, was hued ös. or 24 hours : and for making Use of obscene lan- guage a further fine of 7s. 0' I- was inflicted, o.- 4S hours. Fine paid. s UM.MoXS CASES. Elizabeth Cupitt was charged with au as- sault upo i bernard Gallagher, a child 4 years old. Case proved by two witnesses, and a line of ls. was inflicted, with Ss. 41. costs. James T. Itowihorn v. G. L. A. Davies. Ass au t. The Bench, after hearing evidenc...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. A rr i ve iViitu - Sydney.. Mon l i". Tuesd ay, We Ines.lav, Thurs lav, 1'ridav, Sal urday, ai I I.Ho a.m. and 7-30 p.uv ; Parramatta ...Men.) iv Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Fri lay, Saturday, at ll.30 a.m. and 7.30 j..m. P iclniilind... Mon lay, Tues lay, Wednesday, Thurs- j day, Friday, Saturday, at S a.m. and 4 p.m. Tilt T jiv n ... M oaday, 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday-, 3.là p.m.-. Thursday, S p.m.; Fridav, Satur- day , od.") p.m. Wiibcrloree... Monday, 3.là p.m.; Tues lay, 7 p.m. Wednesd iv, .'5.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. 1ri..ay, p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. lacktowu ... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdnr, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at ll.ah a.m. I: , rr»!.»... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Fri.lay, Saturday, at Ll..'JD a.m. J! i'T H r .. M "iid.i v, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs il;iv. l i i ,;>\, Saturdav, ut 7.30 p.m. ' Hepa,, !..,-- " j Sydney... M.. IL lay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Fi ¡dav, S ii arday, at ti..'ill a.m. and -"i.-'l&...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
WF.SLKYAN MKTHODIST. WiMisoR.-Octoli r _'P, 1 I a.m., liv. J. A. V >lan. ."> p.in.. Sunday SCÏIUM! Lx imhi.uion. i 7 |..m., Kv. J. A. Nolan. RICHMOND.-."io::.. Rev. \V. Muoiv. J 7 (..m.. Mr. IL. (¡aiu'.r'.U. J . \ FIEI.n.- 1 I a.m.. .. K i ! ii\.ro\o. . i'.;t'i p.m.. Mr. T. Anderson. \\ iLHKUKoiiCK. 11 a. m. Mr. A. Simpson. 7 p.m.. Mr. (i. T'lriibuil. rrswiunu ¡sw AMI-, '.'.p.m.. ,. i;i;v. w. MOORI-:. Chairman of Ch eui-..