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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Railway Time Table Loa v.; S VI) N't: Y fur- j itt vr-!",iU ! M il;_M:tve f " A V.: à.io P.M. Saturday add., Win.I.«..r ;. 1. I'.M. Sunday. 12.15 A.M. (All ('laren.¡on i M-; down at Clarendon.) Kwdimoud !/:ivf ! ir SYM.VKY from - l.'iciirmn !...,".! ' A.M.: .'{..'il- P.M. Saturday add., (i. lo i'.M. ,Sois du »vu ur pieks up at Claren- don.) Windsor .7..'7 A.M.; 4.Ô l'.M. Saturday add., ti.." "J l'.M. M iilui'.ivu ..7. >7 A.M.; 4.1'i P.M. Saturday add., 7- i l'.M. It¡ver-;o¡,,....7..V2 A.M. ; Lol P.M. Saturday add., 7. P.M. Warrowa ...-.IS A.M.; 4..V.I P.M. Saturday add., 7."<s r. M.

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) TWENTY FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Religious Notices. sr. MATTH::v.-s (run:.-;! OF KXCLAXD.) Tv. KN ii !.'! HST SrxDW AI TI.R TKIMTV. V." i VT >si 11:. Mi.: ni II.' S,., '-;. 1 v.-i, !? ; > i ? . i ;.Ï liKMiAi.i:. .> il RY. I". \Y. STIÍFJTTOX.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

PH KS HYTERI AN*. Windsor, -Oct. -.»iii ll a.m., lie v. P. Fitzgerald ,, 7 p.m., EEV. PATEICK FTZGERALD, Minister

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. Ahn '- from St. Albans, with maî/.e and sundries (>mith). I <tn - ii from Portland Head, with nriize, ami BUM Irie* (Kveriii'-rham.) J nwt fro.n the .Mac Ional.1. with maiz.\ an 1 .-nidrios, ( Walker). John li?rh*ri In mi Cadd.¿i. willi ma'z and ban Iries, (Woodbury).

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Windsor Markets. Tlic ram Iris opera1«1'! on the marketa llioilj;h there has n it b 'ea a ur at deal (lmmr. Maize sold at ,">s. ó ¿fl. early i'i t lie nek, but Minn c utic (liivii to ôs. ;M : Mutter (^o >d) is selling at N.al; E^ys, s a : ted at lOd. bu: ure now Í'-!<\II:)LC ls ; one or t tv o small lots ul or.lillies fyi!d at l'rom ls. to -is. Windsor, Fiid iy 27ta October, 1S82.

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Bichmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Bichmond. HAPPY end glorious, a lot of rain arnon'! all of us. Prayers for rain at St. Peer's on Thursday tlie lltth drew those to Ch ure'.1 who liad not been for.yean.. InntUi wJiy ike min cu:.-*<-"H Shops closed at ö p.m. same evening, which i was also a good thing, as it gave the employes 1 a cha ice to go to Chui ch, or-rio the other tiing. {jam Bouqbton's Jack the Sailor (the «inn ' not the horse), had his timbers smiioivliaí splintered by a broadside from Mr. H assail's hackney, the other day, while holding tho hru'e near George Cobcroft's hostelry. Pro fessor David attended tho mariner in his dis tress, and bandaged up ihe injured spar, so that .f<ick is now almost ready for action again. Enfield Races was a great success. There were four rae's and three fights. G. Hough won two (races not fights), anil G. Cobcroft drew in the Reaten Stakes. All ended har moni'Uisly-as is usual at Saturday dllernoon meeting i. There's ,1 sinait chap flying round the coun...

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SPARES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

SPARES Now that the rain has ennis, and a fall in the price of tucker may be reasonably ex pected, will the gentlemen in fustian con descend to offer their cmployors their services at their former screw, so us to help their contracting bosses out of (what may exist in many instances) difficulties? Suppose you had clapped n penn)' on to the price of your paper, for the samo reason -cost of living-wouldn't there have been ructions 'i Rather ! I'm inclined to think workmen of the artizan class nre the best paid men in the community ; while many of their laborious fellows in tito rural district* don't got enough j fat to lubricate thoir internal machinery. Now, had the rain only hold over for a' day, Frank Warden might have immortal ized himself by making tho dry weather ht« theme, and praying for rain. Never mind ! Frank may do good service in another line. "So long ns «medoes good its not of much consequence Jiow it is done ;" that's about tho size ol'it, oh, Frank ? Sir Henry Parkes ...

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PINS. Cum [?] salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

PINS. Cum grai'3 salis. \\ ¡til that j Siversity so nieront in my na. titre, 1 fail tn fee what all thu «¡lil liurrooin^ is .il) nit, t e the victory nf the Aaisirali in eleven, over eleven of Kurland. The Aus tralian UportsiHjn is mad over it, even sober si.¡cd Ci irrany devote» a column Ct extracts (ruin liiif-listi pupers to it, and the usuully fair and square lit Melin is tl bit off its, ^ener allv well-balanced, head. So, I conclude, I mint stand alone, if you will permit nie to do M>. in defence of ye old counttric. Facts are sliib'.mrn things ; and though tim victory wa» a urand oue fur our Hoys, I fail to see that the te nn they cleleated Wa» thc best team in tvigl.'iiul, or that the Austral!.m eleven ore llie Champion Cricketers ol' tho world. If they are, how is it they were beaten ,.y Cam iní tjje, by 4 wickets ; by the Players nf Kujr latid hy une innings and 24 run» ; by Cam brid-re (| list und present) 1') runs; and liv the United Nurdi hy tm wickets ? Now ac cordin...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

LOCAL AND GENERAL. FF.N'IANS at leicester, England. ÜNoi.isii Colliers wants an advance of l.i per cent in their wases. CONTRACTORS on S -étions 4, 5, and 6 of Nep::.in Water Works have given their men the required concession. TKNDKRS are called fur in the Government GaZ-tte, of 24th instant, fur th' erection of a lo.-k-up at Wilberforce, till 24th November. No less than 23,299 signatures attached to a petition to the Legislative Assembly, for ! better observance of Sun-lay ; and 20,411 lo that presented to tile Legislative Council,! having t'»e same object. Fon diminution or Tram Traffic, a petition 1 was pivse.ited to the Minister for Works, bearing 8,000 signatures. SMALL DEDK COUHT on Thursday 10th November; Plaints must be laid by loth of same month. AucTiONiïEits LICFASES.-Tho Annual Meeting of .Magistrates- for granting the above, will lie hold at the Court House, ou the 28th November; applications must be lodged with the C.F.S. not later than Tuesday thc 7th Proximo. UETIIII...

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

WESLEYAN' JICTHODIST. ¡ WINDSOR.-Octoln-r 2!», ll a.m., HM . .1. A. Xtilnn. j 3 p.111.. Sllllil.1V ScllO'M (- ,\ lt!l:M;ui,iti. I 7 p.m.", Kv. J. A. N..l:in. Iii' nuoMi.-3 |i,m.. Rev. U'. J|.I«IT. 7 |».m.. .Mr. li. liiml.ivll. lArn-in.- ll n.in.. i. . rt * jiiMi. -J.:','! \>.m.. Mr. T. Anderem. « i tiKKFoitce.- 11 ii. ni. Mr. .A. Sin,),« m. 7 jun.. Mr.d.T'iniUill. Hu i?; >VI'IIIITII SWAM!'. 3 jun., ,. KKV. tt. M i >i i|; K. ClmiriuHii of Cncnii.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

JM J? Ü W T -KjOT IO lj| To Bidide», (¿iiiMNBÚdcm wrigftte, Ctoacb. Builder., «te. Having at .Considerable Expense' ? * ,. FITTED OT A 6UFKKI0E TVB5XS0 "ATHB. ANO EMOAOEH A. (JOMFETENT WOGI; J JENER, I AM PREFABED TO ri fPPLY, AT J¡ ii A 80NA1)]/ £ BATES: Fiuuls, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Nave», Table and Chair Legs, &o., &c, TO 0RDUR, AT SHORT NOTIOE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TURNERY WORKS, U KO ROE-STREET, _PARRAMATTA. Gazzard and Bond, JgTJlLUERB AND CONTRACTORS, LAN8D0WNE-STREET, Parramatta. Entúnate» given for all kinda of work. c S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 0 AOS BUILDERS. MAOQUAUIK-STBEET, PAKUAMATTA. Double-Boated Buggies, from.£36 to £15 Single, " " .£30to£it> Sociables, from.£40 to £60 Pagnell Carts, from.£20 Spring Vans, from .£21 " Carts, from.£18, £16, £18 Painting, and all repairs at Sydney prices. AU Work Guaranteed. 4gf Time PavmentB Taken. ABRAHAM'S l»ILLS, (DANDELION). THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful sub...

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[?] Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY OCTOBER 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

' AND FABMBKS' ADVOCATE. ? ? - JIIL"lr .M,, "Jj, , , I I I.ll I I J i SA ra «DA r^tpBßB «r; tjút. & .%: "WJIETHEU thu prayer^of o^rfellow colonist* tim other duy. has liad anything to do -with .tho welcome downpour which has refreshed itUis parched portion of Mother Earth, wo cannot say ; if BO, those who did not join thom should certainly consider themselves debtors, nud not object to return thanks for ivlint most of us wore in need ¡of-even t^ouglftliey could not see their way to join in tho stqiplioation. ] Mujiy may not see tirât prayer, is nooeptablof to the Deity, .thimgh they way bo in perfect accord ns to tho lonsooabienoas »f diBukegiriiig1; the ono may seem too much like dictation to n Power that' mtisl Jcnow better than mau wli.it is good for the whole world, than a email section only of Vs maythink; whereas, tho latter is simply a returning: of thmiks for n £rent good which has been vouchsafed ns, without, in any way, asking for any depar ( turo f n)iii certain l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

Opea Air Service and Address* MR. FRANK WARDEN (Who, on Sundays, usually addresses 2000 or 3U00 |>cnple in the Domain. Sydney) WILL (D.v.) WEATHER PEEMITTIKG Hold a SEaVlCE in MCQUADE PARK. EAU CIICKCII OK ENGLAND, wixuson, At 3 o'e'ocV' p.m. kCT OF WK REVENGE hVD VXVKS tm > ^m^ärnary 7th to July «1st, 188!. 'Üß.- BfWWOT.v'--- £ * d ^Balance in B»ok of N^^ 7 0 5 C^ülliiid!fjî" ." v... || «t 0 8 ,,- Gyrero.:i<*t Graft for .BrídgcAilíU 100 O 0 « *. ., Ja'owmeut .... 41)4 11) », Gov/ernuient Spacial Endowment ...19 t 3 1 'iitfuud.ii-om V&rk Aoooatit ... ... 82 10 0 - (.^tMrecelvBil-,.,: ... ..»..- :."...jJM0<46 J.j " (ioveruuiènt Grant, for Improving »v> ' M ? Wuiiaor ttecreatioii Reserves ... JO0 0 0 / 1130 18 2 CB. ExFK.VDtrtroE , * s d. By Public Improvements, Day,îahour... 172 £ 10 " do Contracts ... 271 10 ll " do Drain Pipes ...12 li 7 Salaries... ... .....30 1 l 0 "' Professional Services. .;. JU 6 (J " Printing, Stationery and -Advertising...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

fî vwicesBijRr CHRONICLE; A ivisxèùï PAPES, ~ - Conducted .00 jjberal Principles. (Wisted eirary SAi'tTROAF MORNING, L'iroulalod freely throughout tho-Hawkesbury District. PnbliBhing Office:-GEOBGE 8TBEET, WXKDBOE. AnvEETisEUKNT« received np to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. IttMB OT BuBBCBIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Ter Quarter, Booked... Ss. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4B. Gd. ,, ... 4s. PerAnnam " ... 9s. " ... 7e8d. Subscribers names can be enrollod at any time. r TERKS or AllVEBTISINa : Five linos or trader Ten lines or over 8 Fifteen Unes ,, IO Insertions. Twopence per line for every additional. AllTEBTISEHENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKI-T AT THE roujomvo BA TM nt QMBTM. (One incb space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. < Two " " ... 3 0 0 (.Bach additional inch 0 B 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months curry 10 per oent. discount off above rates. Ji.B.-Advertisements nader 6s in value, will only be " booked " to regular customers. WINDSOR MARBLE AND STONE WOBKS. ...

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A. H PRINCE & CO. Weekly Report. Wednesday, October 25th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

A. H PRINCE & CO. .'?Weekly' Repbrt.1 ? Wednesiav, Ostobîr îilli, 18S2. Oaten Hay, Prime (biles) «s.. O l. ,IQ 8S. Od Medium.7s. 3d! t» 7s. (id Oaten " bundles... ,",..;.8s. Od. to 8s. 9.1 Mçdjutti...... ; .Cai Oil. io7s. (id Oaten & WlieÀle» tfuiiJles-Lès.&o. 4» Js.r9d ' di) bales. 7s. Od. to 7s. Od Straw in bales.ÍJ> Od. to.4s. (ld " bundles.4s. 0 I. lo Vs. Cd Cliaff, best Oaten....,.ös. (5d.; to (Si. il:l Medium do.;.Oi.. OJ. ta (is. 3d ¡Str.tw Chaff«.4s, (id, to 5s. 0.1 Maize.......Cs. Od. to3s. ¿ii I'iime Lucerne........ös.nlid to; Ss. Ö.I Médium."...."4s. ml tó"is. ud G n'en.5s. Od. lu 5s. (Jil. Wheal-Lo?al.Oi. !)d. to Ts. OJ ,, Tasmanian .Os. 4li. to 6s. G I ,, Now ZcuUnd.4s. 6d to 4s. 91 1'otatocs.-N-*v Zetland.ÖS, 9<l. lo 7s. Od Circular Heads.7s. 0.1; lo 7s. Od Barley-Cape...,.;.3s. 9;1. to 4s. OJ " English'.;.3s. Od. to 4s. Od lîran. ls. 3d. to ls. 4d PolLtnl.;. ls, 8d. io ls. 41 I-'eed Oats. 3s. Od to 4s. Od i Seed .4s. O l. lo 4«. 3...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

SPARKS Now that iii'1 rain lias <? ame. au.I a fall in tile {trice of Îui'kcr may lio reasonably cx pectoil. will the gentlemen in fustian con- descend t'« urfcr th'-ir employers their services at íhoir funner screw. s.> as ti) ii. -1 p their cuni i acting bosses out of what may exist in mau;." instance, ? diihailtie.s 'i Suppose you had clapped a penny mi to -, the {iricc of your paper, for lue sum" reason -cost of living-wouldn't lhere hive been ructions 'i liather ! Fm im-tiui'il to think workmen of the art ¡zan das-, are the liest paid mon in the community : while many of thmr laborious fellows in tin1 rural districts d-m"t get enough fat to lubricate their internal machinery. Now. had (lie rain only le id over for a day. Frank Warden might have immortal- ized himself by making- tile dry weather his theme, and praying for rain. Xever mind ! Frank may do g tod service in another line. .? So long as one does good ir« not of much consequence lime it is done ;" t that'...

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PINS. Cum [?] salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

PINS. Cum grai'o salis. With that j.diversity so inerent in mv na- ture, I (ail tn seo what ali thi* wild hurn.oing is ah mt, rc the victory of til" Austr.di tn eleven, over eleven of Enplane!. 'I ¡1 . Aus tr.ilinn Spurtsm i», is mad over it, eva. 11 sober si.led Guranv devotei a column ti t x tract s from English papers to it, and the usu illy fair and square Ht lletin is a b t o ft" its. gener- ally well-balanced, head. Sa, I conclude. I must stund alone, if you will tnum.t me u, do so. in defence of ye old counttrie. hums .ne stubborn things; and though the victory was a ".rand one for our Boys, 1 fail io sc.- that t!ie team they deieated wa», the best team in England, or that the Australian eleven are 'he Champion Cricketers of the world. If they are, how is it they were beaten i.y (Jam- ba bige, by 1- wickets ; by the Players of Eng iand bv one innings and 24 runs ; by Cam- bridge (|¡'st and present) 19 runs; and by the United N ,rth by ten wickets .' Now ac- cording to tl,e>...

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OPEN COLUMN. MR. C. T. COLLINS, J.P., ON ORANGEISM AND ROMANISM. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

OPEN COLUMN. MR. V.. r. COLLINS, J.P., OX ORANGE1SM AND ROMANISM. PAKT I. Otu I t : t': e wi rid has been sorely disturhed of late h\ the upheavels of religio-pnlitieal feeling, firs: on this side then on that ; and v hen the dispassionate mau bestows a little attciiti. n .o the matter, he feels surprised at tue elfeet sueh -mall causes produce, and sc- ks t" pr a little beneath the surface to discov r i. tbere be not something; else than the ¡ow o;' Ci .d that causes Sa much agita- tion. Fir>t in the field, came the great daii. itary ot Borne- with his scholaiship, and pii'.e t i.tli, Dr. Vaughan, Archbishop. L i,fortunate1,)' n.r the peace of our people, he t; nu- at ar. inopportune time-albeit, lie came on no a.^.e-ne mission, tor his was one ufa purely pern.dui character. Yet the fact cf his Iniv.Uii incautiously intered a few words in tiie course of an otherwise excédent address, was the means of fanning into a flan.o that never dy:ng spark of fierce, bigo:.d, hatred to all ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

.LOCAL AND GENERAL. FFXIAVS at Leicester. England. ENGLISH Copiers wanta aa advance of lá per ceat in their wahres. CONTRACTORS on 8 .étions t, and G of Nepean Water Works have given their men the required concision. T KN m: rt s are called far in the Government G;iZ.tte, of 24th instant, fir th - c i-ction ol' a ioek-up at Wi! berta ree. tid 2-4th November. No ¡ess than 2:5.2'JU signatures attached to a petition to the Le'irisl u ive Assembly, for better observance of Sun lav ; and 20.411 to that presented to the L gislative Council, h iving the same object. Fut diminuti m of Tram Tri die. a petition was nr'se ited to the Minister for Works, hearing S>,()00 signatures. SMILL DEBTS COL*KIT on Thursday 10th N iveaibcr. Plaints must be ¡aid by 10th of same month. AUCTIONEERS FICEVSES. - The Annual Meeting of Magistrates for irrantimj th<j above, j will be held at the Court lloiue, on th? 2Sth November; applications must be Lodir-d with the ('.P.S. not liter than Tuesday ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882

J^M PORTANT NOTICE. To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense FITTED UP A SUPERIOR TURNING .¿ATHE, AN» ENGAOEJ» A COMPETENT WOOi : J JENER, I AM PREPARED TO :PPLY, AT U IUSONABLE KATES: J'iltiitls, Balusters, Centres, (anular Mouldings, Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c., &c., TO ORDKK, -AT SHORT NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TURNERY WORKS, (J KO RGE-STREET, _PARRAMATTA. Gazzard and Bond, JßTJILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. Estimates given for all kinds of work. c S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE OACH BUILDERS. MACUCAKIE-STKEET, PAKUAMATTA. Double-seated Buggies, from.£36 to £4-5 Single " " " .£30 to £40 Sociables, from.£40 to £60 Pagnell Carts, from.£20 Spring Vans, from .£21 ,, Carts, from .£13, £ló, £18 Painting, and all repairs at Sydney prices. All Work Guaranteed. Time Payments Taken. ABRAHAM'S PILLS, (DANDELION). THK GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute for ...

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