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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

MR. W I L LOU GH BY, SURGEON DENTIST, BEG3 to give notice that he in now using the Nitrous Oxide Gas (Laughing Gas) for the Painless Extractions of the teeth. . . He is now in Windsor, and will continue to see patients here until SATURDAY, 4th May.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Wesleyan Church, Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Weslevan Church, Richmond. The anniversary services in connection with the above, were held on Sunday last. In the after noon the usual examination was conducted by the Rev. Jy I^oore,. who has .but recently taken charge ef Aire- dijtiTit. "There w&s a large attendance, and the children, in particular, were present in large numbers. Hymns appropriate to the occa sion were sung, and the proficiency of the children in this direction reflected the highest credit upon the ladies, more especially Miss F. Sullivan, who have laboured so diligently in securing so good a result. In lhe evening, the annual sermon was preached -the fcRev. J< Moore, froip the. text-: i Cor., t"Tlie tekt occurred.in;a toast-elaborate argument in favour of* the resurrection of the dead. Some In the Church of Corinth denied the truth of the general resurrection. St.'Paul-first establishes the resurrection of^ Christ, and then shows that the resurrection of tie race naturally and necessarily flow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

FENCING. TENDERS required for the ERECTION of from ONE to TWO MILES FENCING. For particulars, apply. " SMITH T. GREENWELL, Windsor. Final Notice. ALL DEBTS due to Mr. JOSEPH TEALE, of Peat's Ferry, Butcher, late of Windsor, if not paid to the undersigned on or before the 4th MAY NEXT will be placed in the SMALL DEBTS COURT for recovery at the May Sit tings, without any respect to persons. JAMES T. ROWTHORN, George-street, Windsor. Agent for Joseph Teale. MR. JOHN OWENS desires to state that he is prepared to stake £5 or £10 at this office, and produce witnesses, besides Messrs. Gambrill, Greenwell, and Mnl Turnbull himself, to prove that he (Mr. John Owens) has never used any words (except those mentioned by him in this paper) in connection with the proposed Banquet to Mr. Bowman. If Mr. Turnbull is prepared to take this matter up, Mr. Owens will meet him at any time at this office. JOHNQWENS, Pitt Town. PESTALOZZI SCHOOL, WINDSOR. DUTIES RESUMED on MONDAY, the 29th instant. Princip...

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Richmond News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Richmond News. THE TOWN.-From what I can hear-even from the lips of " our oldest inhabitant"-Richmond has not for years assumed so quiet an aspect, and the storekeepers seem to feel the depression severely, as they all may be heard complaining. However, it must surely take a turn shortly, when we will perhaps get into another groove, and then matters will go along as merrily as ever, at any rate it is to be hoped so. DEPARTURE.--I have had to chronicle several departures from Richmond lately, and now I have another to add to the list Mr. G. A. Reid, our Post and Telegraph Master, has received pro motion, and in the course of a few days will take up his residence at St. Leonards, where he will Sreside over the Post and Telegraph Offices. Mr. Leid has now been stationed in Richmond for many years, during which period he has made many friends, and his departure will be looked upon with regret. He has been an enthusiastic cricketer, and has supported the Richmond Club with much energy. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

TRY JAMES' It is the HEALTHIEST, CHEAPEST, QUICKEST, AND Best for Washing Day, W For the Complexion, Softening and Cleaning the Hair, Q or Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Bad Feet, and all Skin Diseases on man^ or beast, it cannot be surpassed. K i h Ask your Grocer for it, or send to the Maker, H. JAMES, 763 George-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 Ring Worms." Mr. Walters, Glebe ^ Point, says:-" It cured my wife of bad feet." Mrs Johnson, Han dover-street, Waterloo, says :-" She lias tried the Detective Soap for ^ evervthing m a household-washing clothes, cleaning^ silver, taking . grease and paint out of clothes, &c., with the most gratifying success.' Mr. Rayson, Sydney Bus Co., says " Your Detective Soap has been tried by our foreman, and has been found to give excellent results in curing greasy heels and other skin diseases in horses....

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Reminiscences of Old Identities. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Reminiscences of Old Identities. [WRITTEN FOR THE GAZETTE.] The district of the Hawkesbury, through being one of the oldest settlements in this colony, is rich in its reminiscences of quaint personages who from time to time have resided within its classic shades. In what were denominated the "good old times," Windsor formed the place of abode of some of the most curious men and women-quaint of feature, mannerism, language, occupation, &c., -and it would perhaps be difficult find any other town in the colony of which so many good stories could be told in this direction. In this and suc ceeding papers, I shall endeavour to treat my readers to pictures of some of the best of the characters of long ago-some of the strangest specimens of humanity that it has been my lot to meet during a long and chequered career. I shall commence with " JACK THE BARBER." He was never called by anything but the sou briquet above quoted ; in fact in the early days of "Windsor it would appear as tho...

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CONVINCED. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

CONVINCED. ' Now, tell me, dearest, truth for Uuth I sometimes fancy you may ha\ e known 111 boyhood or your earliest youth. Another girl you oallod your orn. ' Forgive me if I seem to lapse From perfect faith-that is uot it 1' X only wonder if. perhaps, You ever loved, a' little bit!' He thought of Kate, wliose brillirmt mind Oaoe gave to life its keenest : He thought of Maud, whose hair luul lined The loit-Hido pocket of ,hw vesi. He thought of Lily, Noll, and Su", Of gentle Slay and saucy Nan, And tiiefl'lie did as lovers do, 1 And proved himself a truthful man." With injured air and mournful'>ye Ho sadly turned away his head, ? ' If you can think'-she heard lum sigh, Oh, no-uo-no, I don't I' she said. -Maattrne 8. Bridges,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

DENTISTRY.-Mr. Wiltoughby, SUrgpoa-dentist, at Windsor Royal from the 15^ until the end of each month. At Richmond, Post Office Hotels the two last Mondays in the month. * The best medicine known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent woderfal effects in coughs, catdi, infiuenza,. See.-the relief is instan taneous. Thousands give tbe most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, ore its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. We have no occasion to offer rewards in proof of the genuineness of our referenced The official reports of medical clinics and universities, the official' communication of the Consul-General for Italv at Mel bourne; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam-all these are authentic documents, and, as such,, not open to donbt. We add here epitome of one of the various cases treated by Stegen, M. D., Professor, etc. Burning of the right hand through the exp...

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The Picturesque Atlas. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

The Picturesque Atlas. On Wednesday evening last a meeting of " all persons concerned of interested in the action taken by the Picturesque Atlas Company " was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Windsor, when there were about 50 gentlemen, representative of all parts of the district, present. Mr. F. J. Mortley, Mayor, was voted to the chair, and stated the object of the meeting. He stated that the first business to do was to appoint a secretary, pro TEM, to take the minutes. Mr. J. T. Smith was appointed. The Mayor then called upon any gentlemen present to speak on the matter at issue. Mr. T. Masters said that some time an agent from the Company came to his house, and atter being informed that he (the speaker) did not desire to subscribe to the work, he (the agent) induced the speaker's son (who was a minor) to take one number of the publication. This was paid for, although the speaker and his wife warned the agent that they would not be responsible. His son was interviewed some time afte...

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Lover's Perjuries. A LOCK WITHOUT A KEY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Lovers' Perjuries. A LOCK WITHOUT A KEY. Was it Mary Little fairy, Gave this lock of goldou hair, The day we parted over there " Or was it Nell ? I cannot tell. Stay ! 'Twna Jessie's Auburn tres-iea (Darling) now I closer look, Kept witliiiim.v pneket-uook Ko-1 Twiis Flo's Heaven knows. Why, what folly I It was roily Cut them off her pretty heud. No. It wasn't, tolly's red. -I'm insane : It was Jane. Am I crazy 1 Who but Daisy 1 Now it comes before me clear. She was blonde as wheat, the (iear My poor pate 1 It'was Kate. Lord 1 'Twas Sue t Jf she know I bad doubts-but her's weve bmwti! On what cranium were they Krowh T LittlePet! I forget. -Anon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Hawkesbury Coach-Building Es tablishments William MitoheU^ WHO has been established in Richmond since r86o, and who has taken prizes at every Exhibition in the colony where he Eras 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 Post Office), where ha is prepared to* execute orders at very reasonable prices. The General Manager, who will supervise the Blacksmithiag Branch, is~Mr. H. DILLOW, ones of the best horse-aboers and general smiths in the; 1 colony. The Wheelwright's Branch fs under the manage ment of Mr. W. G. PENDERGAST, of Windsor,, and customers can sely that, throughout, their interests will be deeply studied. Mr. WENDEN, one of the best Coach-Pkinters; out of the Metropolis, will superintend this. department. Repairs of every kind effected. Alt new work guaranteed. Don't forget the addr...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND [?]a[?]ette. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1889. NOTES ON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajette. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, :88g. NOTES ON NEWS. Mr. Bruce Smith was last week interviewed by a deputation who desired him to have £350 placed on the Estimates for the making of a roadway 30 chains long in the vicinity of Botany. The hon, gentleman, after looking into the matter, informed the deputation, comprising, amongst others, two Members of Parliament, that he could not sanction the expenditure of public money, when all that would effected by it would be to increase the value of certain private property close by. Good, Mr. Bruce Smith I It is a pity that we have not had a few more outspoken and honest Ministers like yourself, and perhaps the country would have been in a better position financially than it is at present. At any rate had the same principle always been kept in view, we would have heard nothing of Hornsby-Burns, and Holt-Sutherland Dibbs' estates being improved at the cost of the ratepayers; we would not have had roads and railways constructe...

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VARIETIES. The Scottish &old Fields, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

VARIETIES, ? ? , .. .? The Scottish &old Fields, The Scotch comities in which gold is known to exist even now, are Lanarkshire and. Sutherlaudshire ; but there are also records at different times of gold->vorkiug in Aber-: deenshire, in Fife, in Dumfriesshire, in Sel kirkshire, and in Kirkoudbrightshire. The Sutherland gold was discovered as long ago as 1 '24a, and eren now is intermittently worked on the Duke's property. Like all gold-mining, it is very much of a lottery. Men will toil on from year's end to year's end barely earning a labourer s wage, and others will make a lucky find whicli comparatively enriches them. There is some prospect of the Sutherlandshire mihes being systemati cally developed, and they are believed to be tolerably rich. That gold was found in Fife, even earlier, appears from a grant, made in 1153, by David the First, to the Abbey of Dunfermline, of a tithe of all the gold in Fife, It is assumed that, by 1424, the gold mines of Scotland were att...

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THE TRAVELLER. A STRANGE DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

THE TRAVELLER. * A STRANGE DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE. The following true 6tory (says the Illus trated London AewsJ might almost be ranged with some of JEsop'e fables, under the name of ' The Man, the Lion, and the Baboons.' It is related by a credible witness, Mi. Charles Holland Lillie, who was travelling in South Africa. The fact that lions have been observed on other occasions to be intimidated by baboons is mentioned in standard works of natural history. Our correspondent writes : 'We were outspanned by the spring of Mooi-fontein {Beautiful Water) inBechuana land, our business being that of traders in wool, feathers, and ivory. We had come thirty miles through the veldt-a long pull for oxen-and we, therefore, determined to rest the entire day at this grateful little patch of verdure and water. Our camp and equip ments consisted of two large hooded buck waggons, with about thirty draught oxen, thirteen Kaffirs, and our two selves-that is, Nieland, the Dutch trader, and myself. ' It want...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

"WATCHES Watches. A. SAUNDERS, Watch. Manufacturer and Jeweller, 813 Geo-st., Sydney Nearly Opposite Railway Station. Factories : Liverpool and London. Send for my PRICE LIST, POST FREE, and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the Manufactory at HALF THE USUAL PRICES. Everything Guaranteed with a WRITTEN CERTIFICATE, and sent POST FREE. £?2 ios. (worth £s) English Lever, jewelled, full plate, three years' guarantee. £$ ios. (worth £7 7s) my unequalled English Lever, full covered cap, three years' guarantee. £ss (worth £8) my Special English Lever, patent balance ; compensation balance 5s. extra ; three years' guarantee. 4 ios (worth £g) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 11 jewels, ' four years guarantee. £5 (worth £10) English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full-covered cap, four years' guarantee. £Ci (worth £12) English Lever, superior, hand finished maintaining power, live years' guaran tee £7 (worth £14...

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CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

CHAPTEB XI. Riding eastward just before noon, some what comforted in conscience because of his eelf-denial of the morning, Ned Perry scanned the distant prairie in search of the hunt. It was nearly luncheon-time, and he expected to find the party making its way to the little stream wliither the baskets, boxes, and ham pers had been despatched by waggon some hours before ; but when he sighted the quartermaster driving homeward in his buggy he learned from that bulky veteran that rabbit after rabbit had been run, and that the whole party had finally decided to give doge and horses a cool drink down in Monee valley before starting northward across the prairie. ' They must be getting down into the valley two or three miles east of the ranch just about now, and will go due north from there, unless they stir up more game along the Monee. If I were you,' said the quartermaster,' I'd ride over to the lunch - etand. You won't get there much before the crowd.' Perry thanked him for the inform...

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CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

CHUTES X, The hounds were oat, and all Fort JEtossiter 'society' was with them. The day was faultless,-^neither too warm nor to oloudj*; a brisk westerly breeze sent the cloud shadows Sailing, steadily across the broad prairie sea and keeping the veil# and' skirts of the Amazons of the party abutter. Three there were of these, the |rest of the sister hood preferring to,follow thekuntby buggy or buckft>oard, though frankly expensing their envy of the fortunate jriders. Counted on iter own spirited little bay, admirably fitted as to.habit, and sitting squarely and well, Mrs. B.elinap would have been the centre of observation of all the cavalry officers, even had she not been, as she incontestably was, Hie beauty of the garrison. The colonel had offered Mxs. Lawrence one of his own horses and therefore was accorded the right of being her escort. Mrs. Sprague was ^similarly indebted for her' mount' to Captain Stryker; and a very bright and beaming little body she was as she rode over...

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NOVEL. Dunraven Ranch. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

NOVEL. » -. Dunraven Ranch. Bf GHAHLES KING fin LippinBoWs). CHAETEE 1^..-(Continued .J Perry's dressing was completed at racing speed, but even then lie was buckling his uabre-bftlt as the assembly sounded, tind he l&d to go straight across to where his troop w&s forming,-a glittering rank of yellow plumbs, ana so could pnly give a hurried side-long glance towards! Belknap's quarters. There was her bonnie ladyship pacing tip and flown the verandah; and he knew well he Would have to account for bis sins. All through parade his thoughts were divided between the fair lace he had seen at Dunraven the night before and;the one with the long jourving laBhes sweeping those soft, peachy cheeks and half-veiling those wonderful, liquid, speaking, side-glancing eyes. He saw' Mrs. Belknap stroll forth a moment as though to join the group of ladies on the walk, and then return to her slew, graceful, j languid promenade up and down her piazza. He knew that he must haBten to her th...

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Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

Deaths. This week we have to record no less than three deaths. On Saturday last, Mr. Thomas Fairs, who has been an inmate of the local hospital fbr some seven weeks, died in that institution. Mr. Fairs some time ago broke one of his legs, and later on, whilst an inmate of the institution in question, fractured the other. He was confined to his bed altogether for 12 weeks, having been for five weeks located at the residence of his brother-in-law, Mr. O'Brien, of Macquarie-street. He gradually weakened, and passed away on the day mentioned. On Monday afternoon the funeral took place, when the remains were interred the R.C. Cemetery. The Rev. Father Hayes read the burial service, and a large number of friends. and mourners followed the remains of deceased to the grave. Mr. T. Collison conducted the funeral in his best style. Mr. Fairs was well known, and highly respected. It is only a few months ago, that his brother died in Windsor after a painful illness. An inquiry was held before M...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 April 1889

BIRTH.   LEHANE.-At her residence, Mulgrave, on the 5th instant, the wife of Michael Lehane of a daughter. THANKS. THE Committee of the Riverstone Relief Society desire to THANK the LADIES and GENTLEMEN who so kindly assisted in making the recent Concert a success. H. SAUNDERCOCK.

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