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THE Hawkesburg Chranicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
THE îkukfàimî Cljronirle. AND FARMERS' ADVÓCATE. SA TU ¡IDA V, OCTOBER SS, 1SSJ. WiiKi uKU the prayers of our fellow &lt;--.»lonists tin other day. has had. anything to »lo with tin- welcome downpour wliich lias refreshed , thi> j»:i->-«-?1 ? il portion of Mothor Earth, wo &lt;".iui«ot i'. : if so, those who did liol join them : li- : 11&lt; I cor tainly consider tln-m - .Ivos &lt;lol >t&lt;»rs. and not object to return 111 : ? : : U >. for what iM'Nt of ns were in need &lt;>i' -even \ thouirh liny could not s>'C tlieir v. ;:y lo join in titi -ii]iplication. Many may not seo that p:\iy.T. is acceptable t i tho D. ity. th'ililli i In y may be in perfect a c.--ord ¡is to j tin- rea- 'liableness of thanks^h injr ; the ¡ ono may em too much like dictation t > a Power that must know belter than man what is «rond for tho ichole world, than a small sect ion only of us may think : where as, the 1 ittor is simply a reiurnin...
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Richmond. HAPPY and glorious, a lot of rain among ail of us. Prayers for rain at St. Peer's on Thursday ! the l'Hh dre.v these ta Church who had net berni for years. Tout's why the rain came ! I Sh .ps closet! at G p.m. same evening, which was also a good thing, as it gave the employés a cha ice to go ta Church, or-do the other tl.in/. Sam Roughton's Jack tue Sailer (the min not the horse), had his timbers so newhat splintered by a broadside from Mr. Hassall's hackney, the other day, while holding the brute near George Cobcroft's hostelry. Pro- fessor David attended the m.iroier in his dis- tress, and bandaged up the injured spar, so that Jock is now almost ready for action again. Enfield Races was a great success. There were io ir rae s and three fights. G. Hough won two v.races not fights), and G. Cobcroft drew in the Reaten Stakes. All ended har- moniously-as is usual at Saturday afternoon meeting .. There's a sinait chap flying round the country doing business lintier another ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
Open. Air Service and Address* MR. FRANK WARDEN (Who, on Sundays, usually addresses 2000 or 3O00 people in the Domain, Sydney) WILL (D.v.) WEATHER PERMITTING Hold a SERVICE in MCQUADE PARK. EAR CHURCH OF ENGLAND, WINDSOR, At 3 o'clock p.m. Borough of Windsor ABSTRACT OK TH K RRVKNTK AND EXPEN- DITURE OK TH E BDROL''. ll ' IK WINDSOR FOR TUE MUN'ICH'AL HALI--YEAR, END 31 ST JULY, 1882. From February 7th to -Inly 31st, 1882. DE. REVESIB £ s d To Balance in Bank of New fy nub Wales 357 7 (J ., Cash in hand . 61 0 8 ,, Government Grant tor l'aidge Hill 100 o 0 ., ., 1 n '.owmeiit . 41 i 4. 10 ., G wcninicnt Special End >w meut ... 191 2 1 ,, Refund from Park Account. 32 IO o Rates received.240 lt> 7 Government Grant t. ? r Improving Windsor Recreation K-s t v-s ... 100 0 0 113o 13 2 CR. EXPENDITURE £ s d Bv Public Improvements, Dav labour ... 172 5 lo '. do Conti-...as ... 274 10 ll ,. do Drain 1'ipes ... 12 lt 7 ., Salaries. 36 1 0 ,, Professional Services ... ... ... 10 5 u ., P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
TH ff WKESB ij RY cn RONICLE; A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on liberal Principles. I'ub'ished every SAl'FRDA Y MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. ADVEKTISEMKNTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TEAMS OT SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2e. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4e. Per Annum ... 9B. ,, ... 7G 6d Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERMS OT ADVERTISING : g-n j ( Five lines or under T 1 E S Ten lines or over 5 Insertions. j Fifteen lines ,, 10 Tvropence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. f One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. &lt; Two " ,, ... 10 0 (^Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked " to regular customers. WINDSOR MARBLE ...
A. H. PRINCE & CO. Weekly Report. [?] October 25th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 28 October 1882
A. H PRINCE & CO. Weokly It por:. UVl.^s lay. O-t.-.Iv O.lien Hay, Prime (biles) 8s. Ol. lo 8*. Gd j Medium.7s. -id. t> Ts. (id | O.iten '* 1) md es.Ss. (ld. to S's. 'J ¡ Midlum.(i.s. t.'. 1. to 7-.. ()&lt;! Oi'oii & Wnt '.mudies...(is. :] i. tod». 'Jd do h J.-s. 7s. &lt;>d to 7s. Gd Straw in bales.3s. ihd. to 4s. 0«l bundies.-ls. 0 I. to -ls. O l bjst Oaten .Gs. Od. to C,&lt;. «j ¡ ^Medium do.(>s. 0.1. to (is. :'"l »S r.iu- Ch.dl'.-ls. Gd. to o 1 JWaizo.(jj. to .-)s. 2d I'iiiue Lucerne.Ö«. Od to ."is. i'd M«.":i'i::i. 4s. 0 1 to r>s. o.i (ir. cn.ôs. 0.1. to ós. (id. Wheat-Lo .-a!.!ld. to 7s. o.i ,, Tasman iii) .('». dd. to (is. 0 ! Now Z -al md .4s. Gd to -1>. i Potatoes. - N uvZjii¡a:itl.O.S. ih\. lo 7s. Od Cueillir Heads.....7s. Ol. io Ts. (id J» uley -("apr.'Jd. to 1,. o.i E lgiish.os. Od. t ) 4.s. od limn..V. .is. ;$d. to ls. ld J'oll.rd.ls. 3d. :o 1>. 1- i Feed Oats. 9d lo 1 &lt;. &lt;>d Seed .,.-ls. ...
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
Windsor Postal Time Table. An ne ft um - S dne\ Mj 11\, Tue«d n, Wi Ino- 1 n , Thais lav r 11 1 i\ , s i u 1 \ « 11 ill im u 1 ; j!) p rt Pan in ut i Mi u 1 n lu -in \\ t lue« I n , linn - d i\, Fri 1 u , bann In, at 11 50 a m and 7 io p m Hichii und Mon 1 tv, Tue-lav, \\ edne«d n , Tluirs d \ ti id n S um ilii ii ^ i in and 4 p ni Tut 1 jw n M) In, s jin lm-li\, Wednesln u 15 ] m 1 lim I», s pin li id n, SJLUI dai , 5 1 ) p in Wilbeif ree Mouin, 51) pm , Tiusliv, 7 pm \\ ednc-dii , ¿1) jim linns lu, / pm r 11 1 i\ , &lt;5 lo p m Satin 1 iv, 7 p ni laekiown M >ndai , 1 uesdai , \\ eduesdav, Thui d i\ , Frida\ , s mird i\ it 11 50 a m Riverstone Mon 1 n T u - lu , \\ cdm « lal , Thuis dal , Tri l*u , Situi du, u 11 5 * * i m Muloraie Mon lai, 1 IL- la\ Wednesday, Thurs da, In la\, b itui I u , it ~ 50 j m Dej) irt t >r - Bvdnei Mondiv, Tuesrt iv, YVednesln, Thurbday b n lai, b nur In, it ü 30 i in an 1 3 30 p m P irrarratt i Mon 1 ii, 1 ues-dai , \\ edi esd ii, 1 hurs ^...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
Railway Time Table. Leave S\D\EY for Rin r-toue | M il/rave i *> 0 \ v. "> 20 i if "-iturday add , Windsor 1 t"> i II "si i , lib vu (\ll C1 iren Ion | pitdiwu it Linen 'on) Richmond I Lene for S\D\I i fi ni - Richmond 7 1 > A if 5 > Í p if SUuHn aid , d 10 i ii (Sei.- ' jw i ii [ ick» up at Claren .1. ii i Windsor 7 2/ AM , 4 &lt;i i ir S itui 1 IT add, t) »I'M Mm"r it- 7 57 A M , 4 Hi P M S uurday add , 7 4 I M Rivrrs-tout 7 ">- \ v , 4 51 i v S nurdi) add , 7 JO i II Bl i ki wn >. li i M , 4 i'l p \[ Satuidii add , 7 >^ V M
Windsor Borough Council. WIDNISDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
Windsor Borough Council Wi !>\'l soily, \ciV K.VfllKR I sT, 1HSÜ. P : t -Pu M .vor nul \1 I Pr mr &lt;-e, \ (, i i Li i-l y , I I C is i.r, It il» it i ' 'J.vi -, M u es oí jin vi Us m etmg u ro read and i fini. C RI 1 -1 o\])l \( C ¡ i I'hji d i I \ n s p i, s u iho cir iiii ii i Mi Childe s she p m in/^titl. i i '. ni I en Ts I i i i c C n i n e ii port ' h i\ mg c v i m s t . t ,i> , u ) ,,it f C >;&lt; is 4d, ii ' iiiii p i\ II i* t th s nu«' I W ik- C mu i ji i i i t'i t u rh a j i i > y g i B i i i_'i i su n , f y .' i li i _ i i i t I th &lt; ' 1 I l l I 1 I 1 l I ""Jill lil 1 li_ >U1 u i 1 t1 L i ' (' ni I sim i i' go m o c >m - i> i si I r h s m M I liINs I M' " &lt;r y ml V 1 Rob. rt | s i . 1 i M,I i a' u be m ide t i | Il i iiiii , i L i &lt;]> iciii ni1 c i | ! t i- i i i .? \ i i i th I nt of th ! P - m 1 ip . hh s ,,] i tti, p (( i n y c ' be t ' i n f i the c >n I Vii lil 1 (111 I \ U &lt;...
Sydney Markets. Wednesday, November 1st. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
Sydney Markets Wednesday. November 1-t. 18^2. Oaten Hi\ , Prime (biles) Os 3d to 7s. 4d M ed ni ni.OS. Gd to Os. Od Oaten " bundles.7s 2d to 7» y i Medium .. . Os Od *o Os Od Oiten 61 \\ liciten bunr'les 0-5 On to Os Od do hilt s. Os 4d to 7s. 2d Stiau in liiles .. . .Js I, to Os ()d " bundles .,3s Od to 3s Sd Ghin, best Oaten.Ob 'K1, to Os od Medium do . 5s 2d. to Ü« Od N iw Cb iff.4s -Id. to 4s. 6&lt;\ M u¿e.os &lt;»d to Os 0 ' Purni Lucune .... . . . 4-s Od to 4s gd Medium.O* Od to Os Od (men . Os. Od to Os o i Pot Um s -New Zt ii ind . ^ Oo to Os Od Circuí ii He ids . .. 9s. Od. to 0S O' P.i.in. 1* ii1 lo Is \\,\ Poilird .Is. Id ,o Is l|,t Jccd Oits. >s 9d to 4s Öd fr-td ,,.4s Od to 4s 3 1 Nutter best I )e I. 10 1. t > Is O' Imported . . Os od to Os 0 1
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 31ST OCTOBER, 1882. Before Messrs. R. Dick, and W. H. H. Beeke J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
Windsor Police Court i i i -;> v\ . .'. I s [ O. i o i, i u. 1 *---». I ,", nr Mes.i>. R. J);-,, a i i W. Ii'. 11. I Ji.i kv .J's.L*.; ( ( U V is I ti If I I v [ b ir^ 1 ui tr L gr y i r ,, \S ,1 I, - > I -> 1 I ', O I l 1 bl k ot i ' i \ c 1 y Mi \\ - p)il* i r i i I Mr Ni i f i c' t n i t 1 t 1 Us m ] i ) i t > I Iii \ n i _ i y t i il n iiiii I 1 t - 1 C ' &lt;- l i_ vv l t ( k 1 i i y t i ' &lt;. T i iii i ' i ii)t icn r |- I l i 1 11^ ir m yy n 1 V i _ i 1 l^ 1 l u 1 i s n i e is I ,s' r iv y y H i I) vis - ]>r i I s 1 S IV l s \et 1 us I v 1 li "I ; 1 > I le i 111 f l It i M \ i \ y li n. v v 1 lv in, - 1 U » l » l l 1 ' l fl M \\ 1 »r c u i i n' i 1 \¡ \ i s i n' 1 i is i - ! VI p i h V» is 1 I it- | V i til i s _ « *1 . i ^li N i- 1 !] j i IT'II i ¡ r i i 1, ' g " v i s ty , p , 1 i r D 1 4 t y e t hL y \ i d r i ' 1 ' l « ' k \v is, u r i « h m 1 ty i ' 7 i r i [) n si t ' y n i i t yy li n ' e i 1 l I e ) 1 ! u t i I ng i » i e * u ...
SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
SPARKS '. _ W ilson, the English p igil st, who stood John L. Sul ivan s hamlin i lug .Ive minutes, bagged 'Jt)oo dollars m v«.-'' r .it the rate of 4.j,0i)0 doi'ars m lunn. If that isn't eiiongh to make a musen'ir Christi.m throw off his gown and d >n the niittems I don't k11 >w whit is. Satuinine William is no more ! Peace to his manes ! fur though gnarle 1 and croche tt\, he wis not onlv au able, but that rara avis jn honest man ! Sireneree has nowa little more room in the «oild «herei.i to aT his majesty's person, unliss, Macbeth-like, he has a tumbled con- science, and then the ghosts of the d-parted ones 111.iv still sit in their old Seats - Butler, Fitzp itrick, Forster' Good me have been pissing a« iy littK like mistv shidiws, ' Iieie to ehv, jnd _r&lt; ne. *o morrow" - Marcus C1 irke, Kemi ill. ruz pirrick, S C Biowu, and no« Wibi un Firstet,thev lw\&lt;. all gun to discover the giand scciet which neither religion or pinlos ipnj his ma le know n to u«....
FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
FARM AND GARDEN. WELCOME CHAXGE.-The hearts of our agrieulturists should now be gladdened by the most beneficial change in the weather ; and it is hoped that many will profit by the lesson just taught, and see the necessity of d'jing something towards storeing water, as well as making their land raise the largest possible quantity of fodder against another dry tim" of it. One man may not do much in the way of conserving water, it is true ; but a number of farmers may, by unity, do mu-di towards enlarging the capacity of ligions and water holes in their immediate vicinity, so as to have double, or treble, the supply for their stock, and possibly some to spare for their land, without having to re- sort t- the river for every drop they want. There are numerous chains of water holes in the district that are rarely put to any use e\ en in the driest of times-and these ma\ ]' . - well 1\ COT' &lt;*.-*. ii "to 1 »-'ii . 'Clx I 1 . . ,'.s - i ',K- '. 'f '-Le \,_ir ULAI d ii b»V i ? ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 November 1882
ÏMPORTANT NOTUCK To Builders, Cabinet-makers, Wheel- wrights, Coach Builders, etc. Having at Considerable Expense FITTED UP A SUPERIOR TURNING .ATHE, AND ENGAGE" . (JUAfPETENT WOG JENER, I AM PREPARED TO rf . iPPLY, AT REASONABLE RATES: Finíais, Balusters, Centres, Circular Mouldings, Naves, Table and Chair Legs, &c, &c, TO ORDER, AT SHORT NOTICE. Remember Herbert Coates, STEAM TURNERY WORKS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA._ Gazzard and Bond, T>UILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, LANSDOWNE-STREET, Parramatta. Estimates given for all kinds of work. S. & F. Sweeny, INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COACH BUILDERS. MACQUARIE-STREET, PARHAM VTTA. Double-seated Buggies, from.£36 to £4 'i Single ,, ,, " .£30 to £40 Sociables, from.£40 to £C0 Pagnell Carts, from.A io Spring Vans, from .£21 Carts, from.£13, £15, £18 Painting, and all repairs at S\ dney prices. All Work Guaranteed. IÜT Time Pavments Taken ABRAHAM'S PILLS, (DANDELION) _ i THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute forCalo...