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OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor of the [?] Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

OFEÀ COLVX* j (Va ffta mor4W<&*1^W&Ti&t¿ î,' " Siky^t%»ióu»lo"the* recent win»Jtrhíci have done so much good to the country gen* 'fre'.'j. and more particularly the Hawke», bury district, I wrote on the i*th October, ta Professor Burnaby, of Sydney, knowing bim to be a. practical; ^trolé«er, to know if he could «slepláfe Ix'tyaC Sctam *} vi«« of testing if pos»ible,ati truth) when it would rain in this district. On .Ôb'è.fl.fl'lii-f. (got a reply stating that by lils calculations beary rain would actin oh the 21st .October, and continue, .although h6t without a few breaks for a week; Heavy rain did commince at the time mentioned, and as everybody- nwell aware, lasted with a few intermissions for à week-, ' I think this scientific fact worthy of note ; and hy kmdiy. Inserting it in your val uable journal you will greatly oblige. . G-H.S. : (To'jke Eiitor qf the ßamluburg Ckronide.) In'place of my usual JPinS-please aoccpt the following :-; . Mr. Jem...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

WESLEY AN METHODIST. WiHDSOE.-Deo. IT, ll a.m., B«V. \V, Moore. 7 p.m., T RICHMOND.-3 p.m., Rev. Vf. Moore. ,. 7 p.m. " ENFIELD.-11a.m., Mr. A.. Simpson. KUBBAjoKO.-2.80 p.m. * WILBERFORCE.-U a.m. Mr. YT.C. Cambrill. 1 p.m., Mr. 0. Turnbull. BEV. W. Moons. Chairman of Ciicuit.

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Arrival of River Craft in the Reach. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

ArriTAl olr&ijw Cruft in ! " ' jut¥*Mm(B«»ftfc)f. t. : ',v 1 "^«Sel^omíío,' , w«¿ ¿»tee, ¿oultry, egg« and «marie», {Waiker);

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

?Ù ^ . .' ? ? ,.h:. .4..J-. ? ;'." . ->...iu.-it.aTrA;tp^p.ï PAPER, - ConAaetad on 3ib«ral Priaojplo#. » ? Ml .: . ? , :i . . ? Published every BATUMUT MOSKINQ. Circulated freely throughout the Haivkeibury " District. Publishing Offioet-GEORGS STREET, WINDSOR. ADVERTIÍEMBÍIIÍ received np to S o'clock p.m. «a Fridays, TRW or SUBSCRIPTION t Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... Sa. Per Half-year » ...,4 s, 64,' ... 4». Per Annum " ... 9B. ,, ... 7s6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled afany time. ' TEBKB OF ADVKBTISTNO t * BINGLE INSERTIONS, 5S..PEE INCH. . AZWESTJSElf EOTB ,MAT ALSO BE IN8ÍBIKP WEEKLI AT TBE TOUXmiHG RATES FEE QuABTEB. /One Snob space ... £0 10 0¡ Long Term. XT*© :' »' * V, I" 0 0 " '. '(.Each additional Inch O' 5 0 AdvertSseMeiita'ordereö -for twelve months \ cirry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertiiement* under fis -Sn vajoc, will only j . be " booked" jt? regular castpmers. Acucies. The undefmöntloned are our appoin...

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A. H. PRINCE AND CO'S. Market Wharf Sydney. Weekly Report. Wednesday, Dacember 18th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

A. H- PEINCEJU^B CO'S. Market Wharf Sydnejr. Weekly Report. Wednesday, Daoember 18th, 1882. Oaten Hay, Prime (bales)...Os. Od. to Ot. Ot Oaten " bundles. 78. 9d. to 8s. 6c Oaten bundles (new)... ......5a. 3d. to 7». 6c Wheaten bundles.4s. 3d. to 4s. 6d Medium. 4s.0d\o fis. Od Straw in bales.,,, ".,.....,...* 4s. 7d. to 4s.,Öd ". bundles..........5s. OJ. to 5s. 2d Chaff, best Oaten:.6s. 9d. to 7s. Od " Medium.. 5a. Sd, to 6s. Sd *' Inferior.:."Os. Od. Os. Od Straw Chaff..Ss. 9d. to Os. Od Wheat-Primo Local.Si. 9d. to 6s. Od " Tasmania.4s. Od. to 6a. OJ " New, Zealand. 4s. Od. to 4s. 3.1 Maize.,.Os. Od. to 5s. fid Prime Lucerne........3a. Od to 4s. 3d Medium......3s. 3d. to 3s. 6i Prime Trusses.4s. 6d. to 4s. Od Potatoes,..,.i.,....6s, 9a. to. 7s. Od 'Circular Heads...6s. 6d. to 7s. 6d Lôoai-old....Os. Od. to Os. Od " new. Ss. 6d. to 6a. Od Bran.ls. Od. to ls. ld Pollard..ls. Od. lo ls. ld Feed Oats. 3s. Od. to 3s. 9d Seed ".."..3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d, Butter beat local..*.... Od. to Os. O...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

Windsor Marketa, j MÍu8¿^f;.4d j Fowls, 48»>o4f.^dî Eggs, I,s..£dJ*n.is. 3d j- China Peaches, 7*. per casa; Oranges,Ss. , ; Windsor, Friday 15th December, 1882.

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Richmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13,1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

Bichmond Borough Council. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEB 13,1882. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen Cobcroft, Turner, Price, Onus, sen., and Kelly. DLMJTJK8. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. BusrNEss os per Council summons, dated 27th November : W. Thackery, £34 8s 9d; Chronicle account, 5s; Council Clerk account, £14 3s lld; T. Buckton, £4; T. Biddle, for carting stone, £4 8s 8d. ADDITIONAL. Application for kerbing from Mrs. Ducker, senr. Received and referred to Works Committee. AOOOURl'S. W. H. Bullock, repairs to pump, £3 7s. T. Buckton, wages, £3 16s. Received and referred to Finanee Com mittee. The adoption of above report was carried. The Council then rose.

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

I Yonder if tb« literary and polished Da'ly squirmed when he ;«al Mae Jack alone'a speech, wherein he le, the cat jo ut of the bag, that b» (Dal!jr) awà facile "-pen ft»!tóslí pn^'flojn« ¿ll» of J»|s old Matting chum?"-" ' .'"j iv*''"' ;:sj.;r' -fv*'!^;* B."4iif^fas^k^^3ii^p -lu« been* %se|¿inón1u,m^ jaft^of j^tpMeWtrt&t' «huiler |»ntofí-fí every pít ns contemptible ! . 'Although the irrepressible Ma^ecottdoBe ' nt the (allin Veteran's expense, ?do not it he coores many notes of admiration in the,nundi of the mass of th« people. " Some men wonder that Batt Sydney should return Mac ; now had it been Weil Sydnej, the habitat of the wurruking man, they wouldn't har« been surprised-in course; »otJ : - f; ? I nm' "not surprised-'not 'a'3'Traction*,' McElhone is a dealer in hides and .tallow,' and such commodities are easily converted into silver and gold.. That's why John 'was returned. However, Sir Henry liai himself to blame; lie commenced upon Stuart, afíd the "engi neer is ho...

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THE [?]owkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, Wi. " Kow ia the winter of our discontent mad glorious summer by"-our victory, may b quoted by the successful candidate for tb Electorate. The return of Mr. McQuad' has surprised many-even of his truce friends-for they did not give credit to tin sincerity of those of our townsmen who bat conscientiously asserted they would not vot< for their lote representative. We are no surprised in ¿¡ho least-though wo certain]; did not expect'Mr. McQuade to have such i majority ; to many, on both sides, the ro turn of either Mr. Bowman or Mr. McQuadi was simply a matter of opinion, which the} were game to back, just as they would be on two race horses. To us the mattor wai quite different ; for we saw every indicatioi of Mr. McQuado's success ; in the secession of many of Mr. Bowman's supporters, and ii the straightforward arid comprehensive man uer in which he (Mr. McQuade) put his viewi before the electors at his meetings. Neithei wersïi...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

PRESBYTERIAN: Windsor,-Deo, 17th ll ».mn Kev. P. Kttgera'.d " 7 p.^ SET. PATRICK FTZGERALD, Minister

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

CONGREGATIONAL CHÜBCH. Babbalfa Serviles : ll a.m., ?p.m. Evening Service, Thursday, 8 p.m. REV. W. MATHIESON, Sen.

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

Ballway Time «TaWe. Lear» SYDNEY for Riverstone *) Hilmn 9.0 A.v.; B.SO P.M. Saturday add., Windsor I 1.45 P.M. Sonday, lfi.15 ÍM. (Ali Clarendon est down at Clarendon.) Richmond J Leave for SYDNEY from Hiohmond...7.16 A.M.; 8.64 P.M. Saturday add., 6.40 P.M. (Sets down or picks np at Claren don.) - WindBor.;.7.27 A.M. s 4.6 r.u. Saturday add., 6.53 P.M. Mulgrave ...7.87 A.H.; 4.16 P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 r.u, Riverstone...7.52 A.B.; £8r>'.i£ Saturday add., 7.80 P.M. Blaoktown...8.18 A.n. i 4.59 r.u. Saturday add., 7.68 P.v.

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Calendar--December. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

falendar-December, :o: Canterbury N A.Jbjjnd., 1850 JJ nf Sunday in Advent ' Ooppw dbw.'W. .Auatjralj», 18« Baii«»c> ÎVp&W «.y, 1797 KUÂfiîver nest «»vig., 1655 _. .Benjuí jDiiraeH boro. 1805 F^Noir^lutóerií», tolTÄ;-i8te: ,4517 I t 40 ( lo 147 1 17 . i "47 i'M

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

CHRISTMAS CARDS ! WHEBE ? AT HAWKESBURY <p^$lfí|E AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE Ii the IIIBE1R»AXJ P,A"PBB of the District, ' It ls bound to no Indi vidual, Sect, or Party,' but mark* fir ike good of eli. Itii pubVuhed.every SATURDAY MOENING, at the Office of tb« proprietors-> FULLER & CO., VBIVwUBBSi GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, Whtfc printing, in ail itt branches, is performed expeditiously, correctly, and cheap!j, ABC CORN SHELLER _ Superior made. Deliré» the Cob at ^_ .tide. .^HiB^L^Lv' Strong frame. Iron hopper adjust Gearls protected ^KS^^^^^^^^^^^^^iaji^L *°'e t0 sise of cob. from i^HHe^L^BIi^L^LflSBVL^Lv^^kl Steel spring. There is a slight ;HKf|H|i^^^Kl^iJ^ilB^V Hcojry fiy, wheel, alteration in thé legs - :A'WÊÊM^KB^^KÊ^^^^^. <? of those . <lHBS!^sss!s^sss^ss^sssnflPPrHL' ^ bearing, imported to (his ' Í^HÍ|HH^^^^H^HBfeDlNÍÉ illustration, ^HHs9sl^s^HHB$?i^H weight m for convenience in ^?^^^^^?BB^liH iron wort , shipping. Power well .applied. PRI...

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THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. Mrs. Margaret Sanderson, who died in New Yoik city in August, at the age of 85, was tlie lady who made the flag which inspired Francis Scott Key to write "The Star spangled Banner.'' At the time ot the bom bardment of Fort M'Henry, in IS 12, Mrs. Sanderson, who was only IS years old, made the flag out of costly «ilk with her own hands, and presente.! it to Colonel Georgi Armstead, the commandant of the fort, just before the British appeared in the bay. During the sub sequent engagement, the flag floated over the fort, and was seen by Key while confined in the British man-o'-war. After the war th» flag was returned to its maker.

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FRENCH HOUSES OF CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

n'i.yj-y. -'.\MÏ <??*;...' :^.;Í . j .^EENOfl HOUSES OF CORRECTION. ?~' ! i ' ?-' ' ' ' Tul following ú an extract from an article in the; ** Cornhill aaagaxine" It rests; with the Public Prosecutor, and not with the j judges, to determine in what prison a delta* i "T 'quent sentenced by the Correctional | Courte j shjdl he confined. ^Herein favouritism comes j laígély into play. À prisoner of the lower , orders, - haring no respectable connections, . will not get tbepptwnofservjnghis time in solitary'confinement, and thereby earning a remittance. . tfhe petitions for this favour he will be told that there are no cells Vacant, and he will be removed to Ste, Pélagie or the Santé, where he will sleep in a dormitory, and work in an associated atelier. ' Jf he be a shoemaker 'or! tailor he .will work.at bis own trade ; if not,! ?i he will b* employed, ia snaking brasa*ohama, OsraliQ^!box¿s,'paper hags, toy s dr Inick ; knacks for vendors' of «OM thousand*trífles which Aire co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

CHBtSTICAS CABD8! Vt¡n TE ABS' CAHDS'J1 * caatsTUAB ouram ] ^ t fm%~> ? 1 - * Tbey bara ia« errlfod, ana are nevi on »low, at ' 1 GEORGE STREET, WINDS' -o_ -' i Vote for FULLER & CO'S AT Million 34, 4d, 6d-op to Guineas. T OOK OUT for New Soppliw which JJ will «ihorUy be opened at FULLER &CO'S., BoDKiellen sod Stfttionen.'öeorge .treet,-Windsor, f*~ A new live of Splendid Stationery ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES. Also, a 6pi.EKDjD lot of AT FULLER & CO., ^BOÔE^LfcÊRS, Is&IONfiRS, ASO PRINTERS GEORGE-STREET, MEMBERS sRiEiT'UßNEI>.(, East Sydnev-Mr. G. H. R;;id 30.4, Mr. E. Barton 2948, Mr. G. N. Griffiths 23661 Mr. I. M'Elhoi,« im. } -'- * Goulburn-Mr. W, Teere unopposed. Newcastle-Mi. J. Fletcher 2121, Mr. EU» +527^, - ? .. t-.- . jOiebe-Sir«. W. Allen 645 ' South Sydney-Mr. J. B. Olliffe 2672, Mr. J. Hurris 2(16!), Mr. W. T. Poole 1948, Mr. G. Withers 15G9;r OS'' '£ I *?7 , T ?. ¡ ?? Newtown-Mr. Gibbes 1209, H. Copeland 976. Balmain-J, Garrard |5l4,...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

liOCAL AND GENERAL. AB ABl Bey to-be exiled. ALEJUWDEE B. got ahead of him. LiEoT.-Cot. Holborow in for Argyle. LIOEUSIKO Court at Wilberforce at 10 a.m. on the 17th. próximo. BKKÍX Debts Court at Windsor en 11th January next, at 10'a.m. Plaints must' be lodged before Suth instant. KHiioic-os.-Trank Warden committed for trial on Monday . at Water Police Court, Sydney, for obtaining the sum of ' 7s. under false pretences, from D. C. Hollander, a chemist. Can it be the Jelly Soap man f WBECKS.-The steam collier " Plutus, " bound from Newcastle to Melbourne, was wrecked about 6 miles south of Shoalhaven. The crew are all saved ; the ship is expected to become a total wreck.. The schooner " Eleanor Johnstone," was also wrecked at Gabo Island ; and the ketch "Alfred and Edward," at Ulladulla. Crews saved. THE Protmtant Standard eave:-"The election for the Hawkesbury takes place on Monday next, and the same influences are at work, the tame means resorted to, the same false issues put befo...

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THE HAWKESBURY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

THE HAWKESBURY ELECTION. Both candidates addressed the elec tors in Windsor, towards the end of last wok - Mr. Howman. at tho Pitaroy 'on Friday evening,' and Mr. McQuadc at the Rny.tl on Saturday at 930, -ho liMviirj come in 1 ite from Hverstonc, Both lt td a fair hearing, and a large auditory Mr. McQuade.s predominating. We may mention that Mr. McQutde, after touching upun suclt topics as New L ind Laws, Educ ation, Licensing Bill, and Farmers' Unions, relevred to a few remarks that Mr. iiuwmnn had made the night before, in reference to the ac ion of certain gentlemen having applied tn hin, (Mr. Bowman J for aid for a Denomin ational School. Now, it so happened that he had also liecn applied to for the same purpose, and he had also declined giving any assist ance. He simply mentioned this matter to show that, if it was deemed such n great thing for Mr, Bowman to refuse resistance to a Denomina'¡«mal School, it was surely as credi able to him for doing precisi ly thc s me. d;' also...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 12TH DECEMBER, 1882. (Before Messrs, W. Dargin, R. Dick, A. Tuckerman, G. T. Collins, S. J. Dunstan, and J. H. Femin, [?] P. AFFILIATION, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 16 December 1882

Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 12th December, 1882.       (Before Messrs. W. Dargin, R. Dick, A Tuckerman, G. T. Collins, 8. 3. Dun- stan, and J. H. F emin;. J's.P. Affiliation.             Mary Ann Clifford v Francis Washington   Smythe, This was a case which excited     some interest-the parties being well, known   in the town, in consequence of their connec- tion with a certain local institution, The usual amount of pruriency was attached to the case, and as we do not care to : fill, our columns with details of this kind, we abstain now-as we always have done-from, par- ticularizing. We may, however, say that the witnesses called were the complainant, a mar- ried sister, and sister's husband-all of whom gave evidence to the fathership of the infant produced in court. lt was sworn by Mrs. Wahlstrom and the complaina...

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