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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

LOCAL AND GENEBAL SALE OF PEDIGREE STOCK.-At a sale of pedi gree stock in Sydney, by Messrs Inglis & Co., on Monday. a contingent of colonial-bred draught stallions, bred by Mr. S. Hoskisson, Windsor, at tracted a good deal of attention, and two of them changed hands, viz, King Emperor, a rich mottled brown lior.se rising 4 years, by Emperor (imp.) from Rosy of Langside (imp.); and Mailsman, a handsome dark brown colt rising 3 years, by Emperor (imp.) from Brownie, the former bringing 265 guineas, and the latter 240 guineas, the pur chasers being Messrs. Ross and Macgregor of Ballarat. FISHING WITH NKTS IS THE HAWKESBURY.-It will be of some interest to know that the proclama tion in the Govi;KNMKNT GAZETTE of May, 18X7, prohibiting net fishing in the Hawkesbury River and its tributaries above the Railway Bridge is still in force. It expires on the 26th day of Oc tober next. ACCIDENT TO A BUGGY.-,AS a party of Sal vationists were driving in a buggy across the Windsor Bridge o...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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THE DRINK QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

THE DRINK QUESTION. The mathematical bias leads lovers of figfSres into researches which are often interesting, some times instructive, and frequently capable of fur nishing sledge-hammer arguments against which no defence can be set up. We have been made familiar with that good man, the English temper ance workman, who, with a__piegs., of .chaikywas able to demorlstrztte ^n't*he bl^ck bljid^ offa ^pade how, by saving the price of a pint of beer daily, his less absteminous comrade could And-iumself richer in tlie course of a year by £3 os iod. The same sort of calculation worked out on the basis of colonial nobblers, two -per diem/ would sh^w an annual diversion from the public house till-'of £18 5s, a sum sufficient to pay a year's house rent at 7s per week. And what about that ? Only this, that the man to whom 7s a week is a serious consideration has no business to send the money down his throat in the form of alcohol. If either moderate or immoderate drinking is so costly that; i...

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LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. (Before Mr. W. H. H. Becke, P.M., and Messrs. W, Moses and J. B. Johnstone.) A COMMON OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. (Before Mr. W. H. H. Becke, P.M., and Messrs. W, Moses and J. B. Johnstone.) A COMMON OCCURRENCE. Richard Hayes and Henry Shepherd were charged by the Trustees of the Wil berforce Common with damaging six trees, of the value of £\ ios, with intent to steal same. Mr. Neilson appeared for defendants, who pleaded not guilty. Mr. H. Richard son prosecuted. It was proved that the defendants* names were not on the Common roll. Reuben Greentree, Common ranger, deposed to seeing defendants cutting" d6wn and splitting a tree on Wilberforce Common; he valued the tree at 15s; he marked the timber when defendants had gone, and afterwards saw it in Hayes' yard, whither he went once alone and once with Messrs White, Dunstan, Bee croft, and Conlon ; on the first occasion Hayes said that he got the timber off his own property. I Bernard Conlon, chairman of trustees, also gave evidence. I For the defence, defendant Hayes, was called, and claimed ...

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A PROLONGED EXISTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

A PROLONGED EXISTENCE. DEATH ^was^not I remarks a modern writer ; and similar sentiments have been expressed by the philosophers of all ages, even if we turn back to the most ancient people. " A sound mind can but dwell in a sound body," said the ancient Roman. To be successful in life men must purify their system before the mind can have its action in motion, and rise equal to the battle of life. The fervid PreacJjfi^pf the Gospel, the eloquent advocate the I mariner exposed to the storm, the iTOdhgmc bent double in his workshop, all are liabfeJPolnvasitj of disease. Were ready means tak®BSB6Rvig8iI rate the system whenever its powers are felt to be on the decline, disease could not invade the citadel of life. Yet often, when one dies of physical trans gression, when a timely course of medicine would have prevented the inroad of disease, and pro longed life, we hear it proclaimed from the sacred desk that the death is " providential." Aye, a serious mistake, for it lulls people int...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

WHAT WE HEAK, That the great question of the day in local sporting circles is, " Who fell out of the boat ?" That, referring to Sir Henry Parkes's absence from tlie Melbourne Exhibition, a contributor to a contemporary says :-" Never mind, Sir Henry, who knows but we may yet do the great show together." Until we read this, we were not avvare that the Knight of Faulconbridge took his menials with him when he travelled. That the same individual remarks:-"There are no better-natural boys in the world than Australian boys, and it is only when they are handled by incapable noodles that they let out and play up a bit." Let us see-he was a "tutor" once, if we mistake not. Oh, Mamma, come and see Barnett's Pretty Presents in the window.J That a snake was seen in the Salvation Army Barracks on Sunday. We have met several men during the past week who have seen a number of these reptiles-some with red tails, green tongues, and eyes of " deep, soft, lucent hue." Bad whisky. That a great concert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

GREAT SUCCESS GREAT SUCCESS OP THE GX&ANTIC SALS O F DRAPERY AND CLOTHING D. MILAM'S. SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. Special Bargains This Week! AT CLEARING PRICES I CLEARING PRICES H 2000 doz. Berlin Wool, all colours, at l^d per doz 1750 yards Prints at 23/+d per yard 487 yards Flannelette at 76 pairs Blankets from 4s lid to 12s 6d. Special value 7B Ladies' Braided Jersey Jackets at 2s lid each 37 Large White Quilts at 3s 4d, 4s lid, 6s lid 138 Ladies' Straw Hats at 6d each SS Men's Masher Hats at 7s 6d 75 pairs Men's Merino Socks 7^d This is a GENUINE SALE. All the Goods must be Cleared. S-AXiE ON COME EARLY. No Patterns Cut During the Sale. Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. D. HOLLAND, IMPORTER, G-EORGE ST., WXEHDSOR Printed and Published by the Proprietor, JOHN C. L. FITZPATRICK. at the Office, George-street, Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

PAINTING DONE IN FIRST-CLASS STY m tSL PRICES MODERATE. 1M® General Furnishing I lerieral Furnishing Ironmongers, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. HAVE always in Stock a Good and Varied Assortment of Builder's Ironmongery. White Lead, Oils, Colors,. &c., of the best brands. Galvanised, Iron, Badjed and>-aJ31ack Fencings re alj^y^in Stock, t?ine &|Hafi|\vood Battel^ ?1 Agents|jfbr ]ft. S. Pur^base'si£omS-set Nursery^ a t f -j jf 4, JSNjgl&'dSl ^ * " THii ORIGINAL PATRICK RYAN, COACH PROPRIETOR, Still runs to and from the Railway to Thompson's Square ^ Mi Ip AJtJyDU^^ther4ls"|nc^iposition %|X njGCp|E FREL^fTH rAs|lpJER WMso^tloac^tta'sufethl Belt, an^^jBO Ojae1'can tjak^it' froifi him v Vehie^^n^ire-yP^m^y^ry \$9$rat6. HAWKESBURY STORE. cnesMe aftd Retail Glf^EIf |f" | 1 f" | I "iIiiSn&rB GLASS & CROCKERY WARE, w BAKER, g |;r:r| rot AjP' CHAFF, lit I CRACKED CORN, AND SHORT FIREWOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. . \---j- / \ j { Agent fo'r 'fh^ Australia!n MutuaY F...

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GERMAN CHARLIE. A SKETCH OF THE RIVERSTONE MEDICINE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

GERMAN CHARLIE. A SKETCH OF THE RIVERSTONE MEDICINE MAN. (liv TIWUTHFUL JAMES.) ." Some are I»om jjreaL, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them." Under the last category comes the sub ject of this skctch, and Jhis worldly success -shows in a remarkable manner how for tune knocked at his door and found him at home. German Charlie, or, to speak correctly, Charles Brugmann, is a native of Hamburg, in Germany, and although some of his disciples now claim for him miraculous powers, his boyhood life was dull enough, and may be summed up as a monotonous repetition in daily form of the " Got up, washed, went to bed" order. As a young man he had a pen chant for doctoring, and began to study medicine. Homeopath)'being within his reach soon found in him an ardent disciple, and to gain experience he used io visit the poorer classes in Hamburg, and prescribe for their ailments gratis. His connection on these terms soon became large, and he found himself in possession of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

FOB SALE, I FIREWOOD in any quantity, delivered on the i truck at Riverstone. Prices Foot Wood, per ton .. .. gs 6d Bundle Wood, do... .. .. 10s Baker's Wood, do .. .. .. 8s 6d Billet Wood, do... .. .. 7s fd. E. McNAMARA. For Sale, OOD SERVICEABLE HORSE; Cheap. Apply this Office. MUSICAL. I have much pleasure 111 recommending Miss L. G. HILL as a Teacher of Pianoforte. Miss Hill lias been one of my pupils for some time, and is well acquainted with the works of the great masters-such as Beethoven, Mo/.art, Hayden, Mendelsohn, Chopin, and others. As teacher, Miss Hill is very attentive and patient. She has been instructing a con siderable number of pupils in this town, and the progress they have made under her tuition has given entire satisfac tion. All those who are desirous of obtaining good instruc tion for their children will do well to place them with Miss Hill. Wagga Wagga, EDW. MARKT, April 28,188S. Pianist. The original letter as above may be seen at the Wesleyan parsonage, Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

W 0 GAltfBRILL, George-street, Windsor, , GROCERY AND SEED STORES. NKW SEASON TK AS, Also Flour, Hran, Fnllard, Maize, Seed Oats Barley, and Wheat, SLC. FITZROY HOTEL GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, JOHN G O U G H, 1'KorKIKTOU. Liquors of First Quality Only in Stock. Splendid Commercial and Sample Rooms. Dost Accommodation for Families and Travellers. Spacious Stabling. SPECIAL SALE. Remnants ! R simian ts ! .Remnants FOR Sir.1 X>J3LYS OITX.Y 2 AT LL A 00 tJLJ ze^ioieimioiltid. OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING JUST COMPLETED. All Short Lengths of FLANNELS. SHIRTINGS. TWEEDS, HOLLANDS, CALICOS, 15LACK and COLOURED CASHMERES. I-IOMIiSPUNS, ami FANCY WINTER DRESSES, AT SALE PRICKS, Cheap Lines in LADIES' ULSTERS. FUR CAPES, HOSIERY, MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS and CLOTHING, At Such Reductions as wili Effect a Clearance to Make Room for Direct Shipms-iis Spring Goods. DiklS^Y BXPEG'IEi). The Riverstone Stores, JOHN LINKS, JUNIOR, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IRONMONGERY, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING oi...

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TALES, SKETCHES, &c. "LOVE CONQUERS ALL" CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

TALES, SKETCHES, <fec. - -? "LOVE CONQUERS ALL" CHAPTER I. OF all the capitals of Europe where beauty and wealth most do congregate, none can furnish as varied and pictu resque an aspect as that of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens on a June after noon near the close of the season. The drive from the " Corner " to the Albert Memorial presents at once all the numerous characteristics of the Bois de Boulogne, the Prater, Unter den Linden, and the Central Park, together with all the mixed components and outward manifestations of the great centre of a society of wealth and fashion. To wander beside the interminable stream of carriages and equestrians one gets a sight not to be rivalled even by the most gorgeous and magnificent of Oriental pageants; from the Prince of Wales down to the bagman, who is tak ing a short cut through the Park, every rank and condition of men and women are to be found there. Among the pedestrians who are to be seen slowly perambulating alongside the d...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

TOPICS OF THE DAY. -- Listen to me, and if you speak me fair I'll tell yam MWS, iiuuflercnt good to either. TAUINU OF TUB SURKW. Says the Goulbum POST-the best of N.S.W. provincial journals:-" Many years ago three tailors of Tooley-street held their conference and issued their ultimatum to the House of Commons, commencing, < We, the people of England.' Imitating the example of these three historic patchers of old breeches, some twelve or fourteen delegates, calling themselves, in grandiloquent language, the Australian National League, met a week or two ago at Yass, and the report of their resolutions, with the reasons underlying the same, are they not inscribed indelibly ift. the archives of the nation ? Certainly, the numerical weakness of a cause is no criterion of its justice. Even the Tthree tailors of Tooley-street might have meant well and have obtained some glimpse of principles the world stood in need of; but that assumptive ' We, the people of England,' buried th...

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

TURF. At the Newcastle Jockey Club Meeting on Mon day, Mr. J. Corn well's Odd-stockings won the Selling Stakes, of 50 sovs, with 7St 6lb up, and ran third in the final handicap, 30 sovs, carrying 7st 4 lb. At Wednesday's meeting of the Sydney Driving l'ark Club Eva won the Thirteen Hands Handi cap Pony Race, Jenny the Maiden Trot. May flower the Handicap Pony Race. Kitty the Handicap Galloway Race, Huon the Distance Handicap Trot and O'Jane the Selling Race. Whether the imported horse Huon will succeed in breaking the colonial record claimed for him is a question just now much discussed and one upon which opinions differ, but it is generally agreed that the form he showed on Wednesday when he won the Synney Driving Park Distance Handicap Trot from 450 yds. behind scratch, was superior to anything hitherto done by him here. During the race he trotted half-a-mile in imin. rCsec. and what may be termed the middle mile in 2min. 34$sec.

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST I8TH, 1888. Proposed Railway Line, Richmond to Esk bank. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND SATURDAY, AUGUST I8TH, I8<S8. Let the journalist defend the doctrines of the party which he rippiovi-s ; let him criticise ;yvni condemn thp party which lu; does not approve: reserving always his right to Hpi'il.iuil his opponents or cwisure his fi iemls, as thu triitii may rctpiiru-and ho will be Independent enough (oi a 1'iee Country.-Gariiklu. Proposed Railway Line, Richmond to Eskbank. IT will be remembered by our readers that after considerable agitation by the people of this dis trict a railway survey was granted by the Govern ment in 1SS4 of a line from Richmond to Wallera waug. The result of this survey was that, upon the report of the Engineer-in-Chief for Railways, the line was condemned, as the summit level rose 200 feet higher than any point on the Western line, as the earth-works were exceedingly heavy, as several viaducts had to be constructed with heights bearing from one to 200 feet, and as the grades were long and steep, being one...

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ST. ALBAN'S POLICE COURT. AUGUST 14. (Before Messrs. E. Jones, P.M., J. Walker, J. A. Fernance, and T. J. Thompson. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

ST. ALBAN'S POLICE COURT. AUGUST 14. (Before Messrs. E. Jones, P.M., J. Walker, J. A. Fernance, and T.J. Thompson. Henry Wilson v. A. H. Black, threat ening language in a public place. De fendant pleaded not guilty, but was fined £1, with 6s 8d costs, and ios 6d com plainant's expenses. (Mr. Walker here left the Bench and Mr Wilson took his place.) Joseph Walker v. Joseph Preston, breach of St. Albans Common Regulation No. 18. Case dismissed, the rules and regulations not being gazetted on the date of the offence. Defendant was al- lowed 6s expenses, and one witness 6s. J. S. Farnell ill again. Oh, Mamma, come and see Barnett's New Boot Shop.f Shearing difficulties at Brookong station. Num ber of mounted troopers sent to quell riots. John Dillon and T. D. Sullivan visit Australia in November.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

Death. DALY. — August 15, at her residence 102 Darling- hurst-Road, Mary S, relict of the late John Joseph Daly, and beloved mother of Mrs. D. Holland junior, George street, Windsor.

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A VISIT TO CHARLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 18 August 1888

A VISIT TO CHARLIE. The name of Riverstone for a certain section of the community at present possesses a peculiar interest, owing to the residence there of the above-mentioned gentlemen, who belongs to a class against whom Dr. Creed and his duly quali- fied brethren evince such disfavour as to en-   deavour to limit the field of their operations by a Medical Bill. On the arrival of the morning train from Sydney at Riverstone, the ordinarily sleepy village springs into life, and on leaving the train the visitors ears are saluted with a strong chorus of " This way to Charlie's." On emerging from the station we see a number of vehicles each bearing the inscription, " To German Charlie's - 6d." Some 50 or 60 people had disembarked   from the train, the majority of whom bore marks was a general rush of these persons towards the conveyances. Having ample leisure and the necessary sixpence, we determined to visit " Charlie," and seeing a spring cart driven by a la...

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888

BOXING. R. Sandal and W. Linsley, amateurs, boxed at Foley's on Tuesday for a £20 trophy. After three and a half rounds, Linsley threw up the sponge. Professor Jackson is descrijjed by the Cali fornian press as the cleverest boxer ever seen in that part of the world. He recently donxied the mittens with a pugilist 'of repute named Con Riordan and did as he pleased with him.

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RATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888

RATTING. This afternoon .a ratting contest will take place at Douglas* pit, at the Peninsula.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888

CRICKET. The Windsor Albion C.C. was formed on Mon day evening. A report of the meeting will be found elsewhere. Australians collapsing. Nottingham drubbed them in one innings by 199 runs. The annual meeting of the Richmond C.C. will be held at the Royal Hotel, Richmond, on Wednes day evening next. See advertisement. Gloucestershire beat the Australians by eight wickets.

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