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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

GEO. ROGERS BESPECTFULLY informs his Patrons j. that he has this day, SATURD AY, SjSth Instant» opened his New Shop, -Ww an entirely New Stock of lien's & Boys' Clothing, SHIRTS & HATS, Silk Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ties, Bows -and Scarfs; also, \ Wkoey gosiery, . -Fancy Wool Goods, Silk JPitr^clmtes r^.nA Umbrellas, 1 ècalfe^nfflèsr Gloves, Sec. N.B.-brices, the lowest any one can "sell for. g3T 'Inspection of Stock solicited at 4<*' $*fa¥>: $&r* ''fat' (Nearly Opposite Mr. H. Perry's), GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Sacred Concert. THE CHOIR OF THE WESLEYAN CHURCH (Assisted by Lady and Gentlemen Amateurs), WILL REXDBR A. In the above Church, on Wednesday Evening, MAY 30th, To Commence at 8 o'clock. Programme to consist of Solos, Duets, Chorases, Anthems, «tc. Admission Free by Ticket. Collection in aid of the Church Funds. W. C. GAMBRILL, Hon. Sec. o. IM:, MILLS HAS Jost Opened a Splendid Stock of Paney Wood and Meerschaum Pipes of the best quality, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

Wanted. A ^ESPECTABLE INTELLIGENT LAD as APPRENTICE m tPrinting. Apply, Office of this Paper, George Street, Windsor. Medical. DR. EWINGTO?VT, Surgeon, FITZGERALD STREET (Opposite Post Office), May bc consulted ¡ts above. W. C. GAMBRILL, GROCER and PROVISION DEALER. ' Corner of GEORGE AND NEW SfREETS, WINDSOR. [A CAIÍD.] J. T. ROWTHOR^, AUCTIONEER, and COLLECTOR, DIGHT-STREET, WINDSOR. Old Deeds and Documents DEEDS or other documents of old d.ite hereunder described are now in p«-" session of the undersigned : Transfer dated 27th June 1828, Wm. Douglass to Roger Sheen ; 60 acres at the First Branch, county Northumberland. Attested copy of Deed of Gift from Thos. Rickirby to Wm. Gray, allotment in Windsor ; dated 16th June 1819 ; also memo, from Paul Bushell and Jho. Yeomans, accepting assignment of same. Letter of Possession to Robt. Ivory, dated 28th November 1827, in respect to 2560 acres, coun- ty of Bathurst ; also power of attorney from Ivory to Norton and agreement between Ivo...

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Arrival of River Craft in the Reach. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

Arrival of River Craft in the Reach. From what we hear, the last fresh has made a scour, and in most places the depth of water has increased. In speaking this way "the wish ia fath- er-to the thought," with many, still, it is quite probable that ic is correct-and we hope it is so ; and if there is a small bar obstructing the passage, it should be removed before it becomes larger. This is a matter that the boatmen themslves might pay a little more attention to. and not leave it all to the townspeople. This week the arrivals have been : Emma Matilda from St. Albans, with maize, and sundries, (Burnsdorff). John Herbert from Lower Hawkesbury, with sundries, (Woodbury). Janet from the Macdonald, with maize, and undries (.Walker).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

y Til niWKESBljRY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted TI Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout,the Hawkesbcr«* Disti'ict. Publishing Office :-GEORGE STBEET, WINDSOR. AUVFKTISEMENTS received up to 3 o'clock p.m. ou- Fridnya. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : ; Single Copy-THREEPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 3s. in advance... 2s. 6d Per Half-year " ... 5s. ... 4s. 6d. Per Annum ... 10s. ,, ... 8s Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : SINGLE INSERIONS, ¿¿ FE INCH. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT ALSO BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. {One inch space ... £0 10 0 . Long Term. < Two ",,... 10 0 (Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rr ces. N.E.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked" to regular customers. Agencies. The undermentioned are our appointed Agent foi 'he several localities named: RiCiiMOxn-Mr. T. J. Pryke, Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

'HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE. RICHMOND AGENCY: MR. T. J. PRYKE, SADDLER AND NEWS AGENT, "WINDSOR-STREET, Has been appointed the Richmond Agen for the Hawkesbury Chronicle. FÜLLER & co, George-street, Windsor. 17 A February, 1883. WHEELWRIGHT, AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COACH and BUGGY BUILDER. BUGGIES, Faunal, Spring Cart?, Waggons, Drays, and other vehicles made to order, and Re- paired on the shortest notice. Other Specialities-Corn Shellcrs, Agricultural Implements, Palisad- ing, &c, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Grateful-Comforting lEIPIPS'S COCOA, j B R E A Iv F A S T '. " By .* thorough knowledge of the natural laws w!i:ch govern tin* opérai inns "¿' digestion and nutri- tion, and by a careful appiiaation of the fine proper lies of weU-selce'i'j'I eo'-o.i. Mr. Kpps has pr>>viih i our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavour . I ? leverage vvhieli may sire us ¡nany heavy doct >??' b¡i!s. li is 0y tlu- ju.r'eious use ot' such articles <>i' diei thai a co...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOYAL ORANGE DEMONSTRATION AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

LOCAL AND GENERAL. LOYAL ORANGE DEMONSTRATION AT RICHMOND. ON Friday evening the 18th. instant, the 4th Anniversary of the "Dartmouth " L.O.L , Ko. 121, was celebrated by a Tea and Public Meeting in the School of Arts, Richmond. The tea was on the tables at 4-30 and some two hundred persons sat down to an excel ient spread. The Public Meeting commen- ced at 8 o'clock, and lhere were then fully 4-00 persons present, though others kent dropping in during the meeting. The lt. W.ü.M. Bro. Hicks, occupied the Chair, and around him were several other ollicers of the Grand Lodge, while the other part of the platform was taken up by an uni- ted choir of ladies and gentlemen, most of whom were from Windsor, and it must be said, thur singing was excellent,, as also was the accompaniment of Miss Moore-the loud " encores" of the audience testifying how much their efforts were appreciated. The HalL-pf the School of Arts i- a fine room, comparer! to which thc fluffy, dirty old room in Windsor is ...

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SPARKS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

SPARKS ? . :? Yass, they celebrate Queen's Birth - lu . ' 1 ling tame pigo ins. This is what " V'- -ecker"--anticipating tho butcherv --?iv- if the affair : - " Cert.iin brutal \.>.***"? ontetnplate celebrating the Queen's i;i; '; 1 with a grand Pigeon Match ! Nine io....1' Mids have airead}' been secured to i r. ?.. in honour of the Good Victoria's aa';; J . "Why! such a celebration is a >;i-V-,- insult to the Queen-more dis- ¡ ]<<\ . : : 'Usandfold than aught imagined by aa Nationalist and quite as inhuman as .a:¡A . g ever plotted by Skin-tbe-goat." TL c. hing will be a co-'k-fight to cele bri- Majesty's Accession. I* Wiii. this flick in the ear I entirely agree, ^^fràïTÈ, or what ali" t1ie""writ<erMs"?;V" t'iie' wôria may say, wiii penetrate the pachydermatous hides of the shootists. We had our own little massacre, out Killarney way, on Saturday last, and the wonder is the knights of the trigger did not see their way clear to imitate t!ie Y...

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Galendar.—May—June. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

G alendar.-May-June. :o: REMARKABLE EVENTS. ¿- V ¡X ll 30 ! W 31 ;n Hl'r Syd. lighted, with, gas, '-A4 1st. Sunday after Trinity 1st. S. Engine Syd. 1815 Charles II. restored 1660 Batman arrive Port Phillip 1835 j 1st free im. sliip arr. '81 Loch Ard wrecked '78

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THE Inmkesburg Chrunicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

THE ÏMiulïfSuttnj Cjironirlf. AND FARMERS* ADVOCATE. SA TURD A Y, MA Y 26, 1SS3. Mu. J. E. KEDMOXD, M.F., is enigmatical just now, to many persons-to tliose, at any rate, who are willing- to believe in his bona fides ; while those who view him as a mere fire-brand are the more impressed by Iiis recent utterances (which to them are Jesuitical) to believe him a son of Belial ; anything this gentleman maj' say or do will not convince this section of our community that he is not an arch rebel, a plotter of sedition, disunion and dismemberment, happily, there are those in the colony who. thouyh they' cannot see their way clear to concur in all that Mr. Redmond has ad- vanced, are at any rate, prepared to grant Ililli a fair hearing, and review his speeches fairly and tolerantly. "With those persons who condemned the member fur Newark j before ever he opened his mouth here, we have no sympathy, and. therefore, we do not Ionic to them for support in anything- we have to say on this matter ...

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Enfield. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 May 1883

Enfield. p>:.*Tir.- .. ... ian ä-iv ia^r, Itfrs. 71 ¿xi.:y. of th G-...- was 'oonxi io L-r last hr.ra-j in : tic Wríieya: i Cer<e :ry. at Lansdowne, fullona" 1 by a uuireruu. retinue of relations and friends. Thus another OIQ link has snapped in twain, leaving behind her sons and daughters aol grown up grand children to mourn her loss. The Rev. W. Moore read the burial service a*", the grave in a most impressive manner. WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. This annual event came off on Sun:lay, and he li;tle chapel was quite a centre of a Unction to the surrounding neighbours. In the absence of the ße v. W. Moore, who was called away as aforesaid, Mr. Todd, of Freeman's Reach, examined the children, and, it mnst be confessed, he did it well his remarks to the adults as well as to the children, biing much appreciated. The local choir waa supplemented by two well-krown singers of the Wmdsor c' oir; and collectively, they treated the visitors to some very nice mus e. The s...

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Richmond, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

Richmond, GKNKRAL.-Wc still exist, though many thought that the carth-slnke at Adelaide, and the hurst of wrath at thc Chronicle's prod at Municipal grants for footballer's dinners, would he the death of a Int of us, Thank, the lates however, no serious catastrophe has occutred. Peop e look ai jolly or miserable as ever-which ever way their idiosyucras es lead them. One man's face is like the rising sun in midsummer, another is like an elon gated she ps tail (skinned, of oours ), and so wo jug along none the worse, none tue i e - ur, and none the wiser fora 1 thc newspapers may say, for the pious minded thank heaven -and those who are nut thank something else-that the pachydehna'a are not con fined simply to pigs, horses, donkeys, rhitioc erou.'ies und ''sich like." Anyhow, it'll take a lot nf geese to provide quills, tans bf gall tu make ink, and acres ol' fibr ins material lo make paper tnnugh, wberco.t may be wrhteu by jaundiced prcsmien screeds lo shame our people into ncUon. Th...

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Windsor Borough Council. JULY 11TH, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

Windsor Borough Council. JULY HT», 1883. Presei t-The Mayor and full Council. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORREsruNDCNCE. From Aid. Moses protesting against the Minute from the May r-re appointing trus ts for Recreation Resi rves - said minute not bein*, vlll j" Wiiting as laid down by the Act. [Tiiis was a .tpst put in by Alder, man Moses at the previous ),ut ad mitted ¡is cOirespondence by the Al«yUr.] The Mayor said that, with ngard to the protest, it was respectfully worded, but the clause stating that the minute was not given in writing was an untruth. Ile then called upon the Council C erk to produce the min ute, dated 20th June. The minute was produced and read by the Council Clerk. Aid. Moses said he was perfectly satisfied, inasmuch as it only went to strengthen his protest, ns said minute should have been given in two clear days before last meeting and, according to the date, it was only one. ACCOUNTS. Accounts to the amount of £57 7s ld wcio recei...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. THURSDAY. 12TH JULY, 1883. (Before Messrs. R. Dick [?]d G. T. Collins, J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

SMALL DEBTS COURT. THURSDAY. 12TH JOLY, 18S3. (Before Messrs. ll. Dick end G. T. Collins, J's. P.) Myan v. Huxley. (Jiaim les. Verdict for plaintiff for 6s. and costs, Caddan v. Voller. The defendant not being in the district, the summons had not been served. .Huskisson v. Btown. Claim £8 8s. A verdict was given for £l 4s. Mr. Walker for plaintiff. Beard v. 8. Armour, junr. Claim lös lOd. Yet diet for plaintiff. Same v. J. Miller. Ciaitn £3 17s 8d. Verdict for plaintiff. Hui; v. Reynolds. Claim £115». lu the absence of the plaintiff, the case was adjourn ed until the next sitting of the Court, on the application of Mi-Nircn. Coady v. Davies; ' Adjourned till next Coi.rt, in thc absence ol the defendant. Owens v. Greenfield. C:aim £7 15s 6. Mr. Walker fur plain ti If, Mr. Neilson for defendant. Adjuuniud till next Court. H. Perry v. J, Smith, Inn-keeper, Pill Town. Claim £4 5*. The summons no' having been duly served, the case was ad journed until iii xt sitting of the Court. N,i'sou...

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Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 10th JULY, 1883. (Before Messrs. W. H. H. Becke, and J. B. Johnstone, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

Windsor Police Court Tu ESS AV, 10ih JCLY, 1883. (.Before Messrs. W. H. H. Becke, and J. B. Johnstone, J's.P. Charles Davies, a prisoner who is now in Windsor Gaol awaiting Iiis trial at the next tiuarter Sessions on another charge, wai. charged with (stealing from the dwelling bouse of I!. A. Thomas, at Wivenhoe, near Camden, on the 8th of May last, a coat of the value of £3 10s. Setiior-cohstahle McNeeley gave evidence ns lo the arrest <if the prisoner at Hichmond, ¡ on the 26lh of May last, and lo having found him »earing the co it in question. H.A. Thomas deposed that he resided at V i.-enhoe, near Camden, aud remembered the night of the 8th May last ; be vent to bed that night at ab >ut 12 o'clock, and was awakened et 2 in the morning by bearing a noise ; he thereupon went down stairs, and found that the door had been opened from the inùd", and a large writing desk c< nt. laing valuable documents had been removed out side, and the papers taken down the ...

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Religious Notices. ST. MA[?](CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) E[?] SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

Religious Notices. ST. MATTHI^VT'fi (CnURCH OF KNGI.AND .) KIOTH SUNUAY AFTEU TEIMTY. WÍNDROH. Morning ! Holy Com y Raw T. W. STKBTTON. K vonni CLYDKBDALE, :I p.m. Korth Rock«, . 1 a.m. \ Mr. J. K. Brown. Freemau'6 ¡¡each, 3 p.m. ) iDRor.. . ning Service, ll a.m. I oly Com > 1 nins Service, " p.m. I npnnn.K il n.in. '

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

Calendar.-July. BEHAUKAMI.B EVBNTS. Cawnpore retaken 1857 itiSth Sunday after Trinity il [Sir Joshua Boynolds born 1723 IWran.tCcrm. war doo. 1870 B.W. Cost of Australia dis. 1622 Petrarch died 187* Kr]Prater's Fir», IMS

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ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATH[?] CHURCH NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATII )MC CHURCH NINTH SUNDAY APTER PENTECOST. I WimisoR-July Ililli, 7.30 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Uiohmond.-ll a.m. riKV. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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

To Our Friends. IT is not often wo worry people about money matters ; but as a newspaper can no more be run without cash, than machinery with out oil, we find it necessary to say, that to enable us to pay our way as we wish, we have to appeal to the good sense of our constituents to enable us to do so. We have, therefore, appointed Mi. J. T. Kowthom our collector, to whom may be paid such amounts as arc owin<r us, and whose receipt will be good, j O, Tes ! O. Yes !! THE BEST SHOW in the FAIR Ö3-COME AND SEE THE SUPERB COLLECTION oi DOLLS FULLEE & CO'S ^anri((ßüoi}5l\tfOöitori|. Tin's Splendid Linc of DULLS is just imjnrtfd from Europe. COME AND SEE THEM, jost for curiosity.

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

Roadwork and Gate. Boaris Office, Windsor, 13th July, 1883. TENDEES for Works, advertised to close on tlic 14th, will be received up tj Noon, on SATURDAY, the 21st July. V. J. BLOMFIELD, Superintendent of Roads and Bridges. Coursing. Coursing. APÜBUC MEETING oí those interested in the welfare of the above Sport, will be held, at j Bushell'* Royal Hotel, Windsor, on SATURDAY, July 2let, at 3 p.m., fur tlie parpóse of forming a Club, , the Members of which mast be lona fidc residents of the Electoral Dis I trict of the Hawkesbury. TO LET.-^Butchers Shop and Dwelling, in George-street. Apply to D. Holland. £3000I^£3ÖOÖ| A COLOSSAL FORTUNE for Ualf-o~Crom.\ THE " GREAT VIOTOBT" 8WSBP on Uta Melbourne Cup, 1883, To be Ban on the 6th November. This Gigantic Sweep, offering advantages to the ] public never before attempted, ts the property of a bona-ftde Company, with responsible directors, CAPITAL : £10,000, divided into 80,000 Shares of 2s. Sd. each. Also, over tOOO Prizes guaranteed, an...

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WESLEYAN MET[?]ODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

WESLEYAN METUODIST. WINDSOB.-July 15, ll a.m.,.RW. TV. Mooro. 7 p.m., RICHMOND.-S p.m., . " 7 pm.Mr. Vf. C. (Jambrlll. Kunian.-ll a.m. M KUBBAJONO.-2.80 p.ru. YVILBEBPOBCB.-.1 J.'ii.Mr. Wisuov. 7 p.ui.Mr. A. Simpson. REV. W. MOORE. Chairman of Ciiouic.

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