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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Bichmoiid. AN ¡tem of interest cccurred the other day, and that was the meeting nf the Pastoral and Stock Protection Board. The members pre sent were Messrs, A. Town, W. Gosper, R. Bidge, W. Lamrock, W. H. Bowman, J. E. Lethbridge, and J. D, Single; and their first act was t i elect Mr. A. Town chaiinian for the current year, and Mr. W. H. Bowman as Treasurer. After matters of routine were gone through. Mr. Lamrock preferred a charge of neglect of dut/ against W. Leidich -one of the men employed for the destruction of rabbits-ihe specific charge being " That Leidich was talking to the Rev. james Cam eron, which was n it kil ing rabbits ;" also, " That Mr. Cleive had permilted LJI ijh to elfpp at Belmore Lodge, to the neglect ol' hie duty." The charge was fully gone into, but considered insufficient to wairant the min's dismissal; the Secretary, however, was in... structed to inform Leidich that in future, if necessary, he would be required to sio^'ii at nn'Iying places !'or a W.'ck ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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PINS. Cum gra[?] salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

PINS. I Cum grano tallt. More British seamanship : From the " 8. M. Herald" I learn that it has fallen to the lot of another clergyman-this time a Wes leyan, the Rev. W. Hill-to report another piece of heartless conduct on the part of the mreter, mates, crew, or somebody connected ; wi^k J^^ApaBior ^(JopiUMbwa" (of hat - notoriety) while on her trip to Newcastle. . ThUfWUminsUtfi that he ww a steerage Suienger jttmp overboard from theh» ««prit; e (Mr.iTlill) sang out loudly .three tine*. «nd he- farther roported the matter, to j*, peiwa whom Whelieved to bp M officer «f the ship ; v*nd while doing BO, a seaman came up and stated the same thing, ¡"Fbis bardy »on of Neptune-a veritable Nelaon he rinnst he surely, cody remarked "O, well, Vii go and ¿ell the captain*' hut think ing better of it-probably, "Making ils com. mander About so trifling an occurrence would have cort him hil b'het-ho said " Well, be (the roan overboard) will float ashore;" «nd to Mr. Hill's astonished inter ject...

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Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 10TH APRIL, 1883. (Before Mr. R. Dick, J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 10TH APRIL, 1883. (B ¡fore Mr. il. Dick, J.P ) Police v. W. J. Kelly. Cruelty to n horse. Case proved, and defendant (¡ned lOs., with 7s. 8d. costs. .. Same person was charged with using in sulting langlinge towards i_ieut. Frazer nf the 2nd itegiment Volunteer Light Infantry, at the Encampment. Mr. Walker, who de fended the case, objected that the word '(public" place-did riot Appear In the evidence. Bis Worship saV.a difficulty in dealing with the matter, and therefore dismissed the case. Police v. L. E. Bowman, for furious riding at the Encampment ; ease was proved by the .witnesses in the former «ase,' and defendant mulct in the sum "Of £5 17« 4d-being a fine of 40s. and ?s8d costs of court, £2 Os 4d for one witness, and £1 9s 4d for the other. Same person was also chnrged with being drunk at the same time and place, and was dismissed upon paying 2s 6d costs of court the Magistrate expressing his regret that a gentleman in defendant's social positio...

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Religious Notices. [?]EW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Religious Notices. ! í-1 ".ÍATTÜiT'S rCHCRCH Or* KNGLAIv. >.;, i WINDSOR. J Mom lag Service «nd Holy/ foiiiiiimjion, Il a.m. >KEV, W, H aKTTOs, Rreoiii..- Äervtee, 7 p.to. I <h.vnrs»Ai,*, S p.m. J . Ki.riliJj »ck», ll a.m. 1 FTOCUJ»;,'4 Ik.. li, 3 p.m. j Mr. J, K. Brown I

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ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

BT. MATTHEWS ROMAN CATHOLIC OHÜBOH TmtD SUNDAY AFTER EMTEB. WÍNCISOR-Apr. 15th, 7.30 a.m,9.Í0».m. and 7p.m. Blohmond.-9 a.m. St. Joseph's Convent.-ll a.m. BET. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Ö, Tes ! 0, Tes !! THE BEST SHOW in the FAIS ftfCOME AND BEE THE SUPERB COLLECTION OF DOLLS AT FULLER & CO'S This Splendid Line of DOLLS is just imported from Europe. COME AND SEE THEM, just for curiosity. FÜLLER & CO., STATIONERS, PRINTERS ftc GEORGS STREET, Caetner's Bural Australian. OEDERS for this popular MAGAZINE may be left st, or addressed to, the Office of tbis Paper ; and will be attended to.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

WESLEYAN METHODIST. rffirosoa,-Apr. 15, ll ».m., Hov. W.Moore 7 p.m. it RICHMOND.-¡1 p.m., >, 7 p.m., Mr. W. 0. Gambrill. JCimiLD.-ll ft.ro., " KUSRAJONO.-2.S0 p.m. " WiLBtRrosci.-ll a.m. Mr. T. Anderson. 7 p.m., Mr. A. Simpson. REV. W. HOOBE. Chairman of Ch cuit.

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ENFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

ENFIELD. I IT is difficult to say woy the above euphonious 1 name should be taken front us; surely, ''North i Ríchmóho'' cannot "be considered equal to it. Yet, we are compelled to adopt a name we' don't like^in prdçr to prevent our fetters and1 "paperi going tb Sydney, lt is not often you hear from us in this sylvan retreat-for we are not so elevated but that we may so "term our bleasarit locality-and the cause is, pro bably^ that we are such a quiet, peaceable, and unobtrusive people, that our days and nights go on in one long, uneven if ul suc cession, sp that nothing sensational enough transpires to form a newspaper paragraph. However, one event hat occurred-and that an inevitable one, death-the oldest of all institutions, except lile, has swept round this way lately, and gathered, in a- well-ripened grain. Yes,in old-resident of'many, matty years standing, passed away on Saturday morning at the grand old age of 78, and was borne tohls lost earthly borne, in Richmond Church yard...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

CONGREGA.TIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Serrices : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Evening Service, Thursday, 8 p.m. KEV. W. MATHIESON, SE».

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OUR STREET LAMPS. (To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

OUR STREET LAMPS. . (To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle'.') SIB,-I was pleased to read that; at the 1 last meeting of the Windsor Borough Council, a letter was read from the Australian Electric Light Co., as to the lighting or our streets wi.h electricity. I trust, Sir, that every consideration will be given to the subject, and that the CSouncil will be disposed to entertain thc proposal (if at all reasonable in price), favorably. I am informed 'hat Windsor will ia all likelihood" be shortly lighted by gar, and, ? though a share-holder in the Windsor Ga Company, I maintain that, for street lighting, gas, titi; less than five years heixe, will te « thing of" 'the past-and rightly so too, for electricity is far superior to it for that purpose. I<et our City Fathers arouse themselves a little, and AT ONCE adqpt the light which is ^fh^^S^f^^» w% and dut» let ^^^^^^^^^^^d^L^^^her», fer

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor, -Apr, I5th ll a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald. " 7 p.m., KEV. PATRICK STZQERALD, Minister

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Arrival of River Craft in the Reach. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Arri val of Elver Craft in , Ah** from 8t, Albans, willi raauso and «un. dria»,.(8mitb). Emma Matilda from St. Albans, with malee, (Barrniorff1. '".".. /ota Harbert from Lower Hawkesbury, with' BUÙWf*â«nndrio*, (Woodbury). : Kew lita iron) the Macdonald, with oranges, Bmprest from Cob, with «undries, CO. Hayman).

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RICHARDSON & NIXON. (Successors to T. R. & S. Smith.) 699 George-street, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

RICHARDSON tc NIXON. (Successors to T. R. & S. Smith.) 6{)ft<ïoorge-street, Sydney. Bate Oat Hay. 4B 6d to 6s 8d Bundle Out Hay.5s Od to 7s Od Lucerne Hay.Ss Od to 4s 6d Bundle Straw..,. 3« 9d to 3s lld Bale Straw...3s ld to 3s 7d Wheat Hay.4s Od to Ss 7d - Wheat and Oat Hay....4s Gd to Ss 9d Chaff Straw. 3s 8d to 4s ld Chaff, Mixed.4s Od to Ss ld Chaff, Oaten.4s 9d fc>;6s Od Wheat....4s 6d to 5s 2d Oats, seed .2s 9d to 3s Od Oats, leed. 2s 6d to 2s ld Corn. Ss Od to 3s ?d Potatoes. Ss Od to 4s 7d Bran. ....Os Md to ls OJ Flour .£11 Os to £13 Os Pollard. lld to IsOJ Pumpkins.ls ld to 3s od Billet Wood. 9s Od to 15s Od Bundle Wood. 12s Od to 21s 9d Foot Wood.12s Od to 17s Od Post and Bails.,..,GOs to 80s Poultry .38 6d to 5s Od Cheese.4d to 6d Batter. ls ld to ls Sd Eggs .2s 3d to 2s 7d Bacon.9d to lOd Honey....5d to«)d Pigeons .ls 6d to 2s Od Geese. 6s to 7s Cd Turkeys.7s 6d to 14s Od Ducks.4s Od to6s6d Sucking Pigs..'. 7s to 9s Od Apples .7s Od to 10s Od Quinc...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Windsor Marketa. Maize hu a downward tendenoy again, and up lo date is quoted at 2s 8d ; the demand is .till good, «ad much will depend upon the weather ai to the price riling or falling. Or anges are all consigned ; Eggs are selling at ls 6d ; -Butter, li 2d ; and Fowls, Irom Ss to 3» fid. Windsor, Friday, 18th April, 1883.

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Windsor Borough Council. SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 11TH, APRIL, 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Windsor Borough Council.' j SPECIAL MEETING. ! . Present-the Mayor, md Aldermen ff. Goiper, L*ùiiléyî!McrfiieR, Simon, Mose«, and Davies. Th; business Wä for striking the rate ion all Munici psi cpropariyi fot- the current- year. Aid Tman NoNiven proposed, and A ld. Lins, ley seconded,; !" ThnUhe rate ^bi 4» ? iisuèu, vir.', one shilling in the £, and to be paid bs formerly-balf-fearlyi''7 An amendment wai proposed by Aid. Moses, and seconded by Alderman Davies, " That the ratear the current ,yea»Qhe poid forthwith, -within ^'thé 'timé prescribed, or action be taken iii the same, " .'/]'. After considerable discussion, in \^hich Aldermen Simon, tinsley, McNïyen, and Gosper look part, the amendment was lost, and the original motion carried. / . A Lighting Rate w is proposed at ii in the £, and an amendment moved that the rate bc 3d in ihe £. The number being equal in the division, the Mayor g ive his casting vote in favor of the amendment-the rate to be paid half-yearly as in the cas...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

SPARES A Herald man has been " doing " thc Fish River Caves lately ; and this is the way he lets the eats out of the hag that one of the days spent there was Sunday-" As we put nut our canflles, »ml the the magnesium wire was lit up and showed us the beauties of thc cates, we r. membered, as we were g.iztng on rad admiringth.-ir beauties, that it wa» -the , Sabbath Day, and the whole twenty of us joined heartily in the old lOOth Psalm. We j also sang * Nearer my Cod to Thee,' and j o'her hymns." j Now, this occurs to me as b.-ing rather j rich-considering this gentleman was the- re presentative of so pious a paper as the Herald -that they should forget, until that moment, that the day was Sunday; and, more surpris ing, that he and nineteen other religiously disposed persons should be so engaged on the Sabbath. Tiie fact is, the Herald people are like other sinners-they study "ways and means" even ot the expense of the seventh day ; for, let's see ! wasn't there a cheap Excursion Tic...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOCAL OPTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOCAL OPTION MEETING. A VERY poorly attended meeting was held at the Church of England School-room, New street, on Monday night, for the purpose of adopting a Petition to thc Legislature in support of the extension nf tU> principle of Local Option, and suggesting certain amend ments in the Bill now bef ire the Country. The Chuir was luki n by Mr. G. T. Collins J,P., who, in cons-uting to preside ov.-r this meeting, did so with very great pleasure, be lieving that in so doing ho not only ideiuifieil himself with the cause of tempcranc, but with that of morality, law, and order. Of all those evils which disturb the warn and woof of the social fabric, there is no evil S'j potent, because none so subtle, as the drink traffic. There is no evil more corrupting in its influ ence and more disastrous in its results than the inordinate use of strong drink. He wm nware that it was difficult to discuss this question without coming into collision with some of those engaged ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Mutual Life Association of Australasia. MEMBERS are reouested tore* mit Premiums direct to the Principal Office, George ^ and Wynyard Streets, Sydney, pending the appointment of a new Agent in the room of Samuel Mayfield, of Richmond. By order of the Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary. Sydney, 19th March, 1883. ...A.wamlifhl 3Eï, U U fvi> . 4-'-VJ» ^ IiïTiiiîB DOLLS!! DOLLS with blue eyes DOLLS with blaok eyes DOLLS'with moveble eyes DOLLS dressed DOLLS undressed BLONDE Polls, BBÜNETTE Dolls GIRLS' Dolls1 1 ' BOYS' Dolls DOLLS at all prices ENGLISH Dolls SCOTCH Dolls IBISH Dolls AUSTRALIAN Dolls GEBMAN Dolls DOLLS to suit all. Baby Dolls. Suction Dolls. Squeaking Dolls. DOLLS suitable for YOUNG LADIES «o try their Inventive Skin «00n for our coming AGRICULTURAL SHOW In MAY. There is no doubt that the COMMITTEE of the FINE ART SECTION will offer a PBIZB for the BEST DRESSED DOLL; or some of our LADIES may offer a SPECIAL PRIZE lo encourage LOCAL TASTE and SKILL in the Art of PERSON...

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Calendar.—April. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Calendar-April ..'..< :o: - ll) a^aKotrnWim. jgT J». Ii S»il're». Uncela uu. '65 IS 255 Vt IP SúSrd Bmdaa iffier touter to St 6 36 16 M KU) Adel. Iroruide -d. '67 W M 5 K |7 rujB. Franklin dieä 1T90 J" 25 6 St ¡18 W jN.8;W. discovered by Cook, 177% 4«, 28 S SS 19 rblBail Orange opened '77 ¡0 27 5 SI 20 FriNapoleon III. b. 1808 6 27 5 30

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Poetry. THE NIGHT BEFORE THE [?]OWING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 April 1883

Poetry. THE NIGpy ^EFOR^ TQÇ ^JPïVJNG. ; ' " li'^ . «fri J: i . . , -, Aixj&imine^ng In die ^ -? That thrill* ita green heart through ; The liuledleld, fliVamiling field, , - Withjtll^jftpwens a-Mawïn« ! * Ho» happy |o|>k« the poldep field,' The day'before the mowing! * Outspread 'neath the departing light, . Twilight Will wtd ot aurf. , .;. SBTÍ where, low westering, Venus bidet From the red eye of Mar» ; How quiet lies ihe silent fold , . With «H ita *èiutîe« irlowîntj j u. Just stirring-like J child aaleop. The night before th«m wing. Sharp steel, ineTJtsbleliand. 1 But keen, cut kind ! Our fields We know full well must be laid low Before its wealth it: yields : Labour and mirth and plenty blest Itt blameless death bestowing; And yet we weep, and yet we weep, The night before the mowing. ' -Dinah Multeh Craik. THO« Mr. Frank Barrett, in a clever jeu ?tetpirit in Tinsley'« Magatine, entitled ** Ihè Ancestry of Man:*' '* When Nature, after eonntlen centuries of endeavour...

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