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THE [?]. AND FARMERS'ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 14 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

TH li ÄiuMitnj CJjrimirlc. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY*JULY UlSSS. QUID NTTNOS «re asking «ll sorts of perti nent questions uow-a-days ; tho school master, to say nothing of the newspaper men, has been very much abroad (literally, of course), lately, and " people ore like precocious children-they ask uncommonly inconvenient questions. Thus it is, that at street corners, and other places whore the horny-handod ones most do congregate, one of the principle topics of conversation is the state of tho law-for, seeiug that wo have boen boiling over with law nows, both local and metropolitan, lately, auythiug of a legal nature is of primary importance ; ami the latest enquiry is "When isthocaseof Collison j v. Windsor Borough Council to c. imo oft"Í" On the lGth May last, a motion was carried in tho Council, by which Aldermen W. Gosper, Liusley and McNiven, wore deputed to wait upon Mr. Collison to ascertain his tenus of settlement ; aud on tho 6th .lune, Alderman Liusley stated iu the...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

CONGREGATION AL CHURCH. Sabbath Servîtes : Ii a.m., " p.m. Evening Service, Thursday, 8 p.m. REV. W. MATHIESON, SSH.

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OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. General P[?] Office, Sydney, 5th June, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

- OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. General Pott Office, Sydney, 5ih Jane, ICM, SIR,-I am directed bf the Postmaster Gênerai Io acquiint you that your letter, dated the 2nd instant, upon the su*>j ct men tioned beinw, is under consideration, and that a further communication respecting ¡I will be addressed to you ns sot» ss a decidion bas been arrived at in the mutter. I have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obedient servant, S. W. LAMBTON, Secretary. To H. McQiude, Eiq., M.P., ??>? Fairfield, Wind« ir. Subject :-Requesting the establishment of -B-Telegraph line.from Richmond to tho Rig Hi 1, Kurrajong. 18tb June, 1883. Sm,-Adverting to my communication of the 2nd instant acknowledging receipt of yours of the 2nd idem, requesting that Big Hill, Kurrajong, may be connected with Richmond by Telegraph, I am directed to intimate that, on the reports ob taiucd on the subject, the Postmaster-Geoer.il h.is ap proved of the construction of a Telegraph line between these places, and the appoint m...

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

PliKSliTTEItlAN. Windsor, - July ICtlj, ll a.m., Hov. P. Fitagorald. " 7 p.m., KKV. PATKICK FTZ(JERALD, Minister

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

Arrivai of Eiver Craft in the Keach. Alma from St, * Albans, with malro, sad san drin, (Jurd). }'tiung Charlie from St. Albani, with ma'xe «D' sundries. (Jones). Cern from Colo, with make and sundries, (G. Hay man).

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RICHARDSON & NIXON. (Successors to T. R. & S. Smith.) 699 George-street, Sydney. July 12th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

RICHARDSON & NIXON. (Successors to T. R. & S. Smith.) 699 George-street, Sydney. July 12th, 1883. Balo Oat Hay. 4s Od to 6s Cd Bundle Out Hay. .Ss Od to 7s Od Lucerne Hay.2s 6d to 3s Od Bundle Straw.2s Cd to 3s Od Bale Straw. 2s 2d ta 2s Cd Wheaten Hay. 4s Od tu Ss Gd Chart'Straw..".2s 3d tu 3s Gd Chaff, Mixed.3s Od tu 4s Od Chaff, Oaten. . 3s Gd to £ s (id Wheat.4s Cd to 5s od Oats, seed .2s Od to 2¿ 4 t Oats, feed. 2s 2d to 2s 4d Corn.2s lld to 3s ld Potatoes. 58s Od to 70s Od Bran........ ls ld lo ls 2J Flour. £11 Os to £13 Os Pollard.ls ld to ls 2.1 Pumpkins.2s Od io 2s 9d Turnips.:. 2s 6d to 3i 0,1 Bill, t Wooil. !)sOd tu Us Ö I Bundle Woi d. 12s0d to 18s Od Foot Wood.12s Od to 17s Od Post and Bails.,.60s to 70s. Fouls....,4s Od lo Cs 7d Ducks.7s Od ti, 9s OJ Geese.9s Od lo 1 Os Oil T.irkcys. I Os Od .to 15s Od Pigeons .ls Cd to 2s 3d Chees:-. 4d to 7<l Butter. . ls Cd lo 2s Od lîgits. ls Cd to 2s Oil Bacon.9J to lod Honey . 4d to Od Sacking Pigs . 8s...

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

Windsor Markets Muir.» Ulis week has a downward tendency -bales beginning at 2B dd, but tt ike timi; of cur going to press was 2s 8:!, with a strong probability ot descending to 2s 7d ¿before thc week is nut ; Eggs are ls ; Butter, la Cd ; und F J wis, Ss Od per pair, Winds.ir, 13th July, 1883.

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

DEATH. GREENWELL. — June 12th, at Croydon,     Mrs. Mary Greenwell, in her 76th year.

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[?]OCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 14 July 1883

" ¿OCAL AND GENERAL. Nsw SEWIKO MISTRESS AT THE PUBMO WM)!..-The townspeople generally,, and .others- particularly, «rill be glad to hear ut Mrs. Andmon, who for many year« inparted W the girls of this district good, lound Instruction, in this essential part of a kiri's education, has been appointed to the post lately vacated, sam cérémonie, by Mrs. Warren. Of course there has been »hiatus ri the girls' progress, which we trust they yill speedily recover under Mrs. Anderson's ^ate. We feel a trifle pleased in this matter, ieoause, we can fairly lay claim lo having set ie mill agoing-not ns some peop'c would fisinuat , solely in Mrs. Anderson's beerest, -tut on the broader ground, that as thc child Rn h id been thoroughly neglected for tho tetter part of two years, it wes about time there was a change ; and as .Mrs. Anderson ras here on the sp .t, and known to be, a.. toy rate, equal to any lady in thc colony and better thin the great majority-as a needle woman, we could see no reaso...

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

FLOGGING. " THIS maj- ho fairly considered as an un popular subject, and one that auy writer, valuing merely popular approval, would avoid. As, however, the lash lias recently been brought into general uso by Act of Parliament, it may be quito pertinent to discuss its utility as n preventive to crime or otherwise. Like many another thing clamoured for. o few applications causes a revulsion of feeling, and those who called out most lustily for its introduction, aro the first to howl in horror at its effect when put into practice. Thus wo find-both in and out of Parliament-the.iretical gentlemen who jump to hasty conclusions, seemingly, before they know whether they aro possessed of one permancut idea worth calling a principle. On all sides it has been ad mitted, for years past, that our habitual evil-doers were punished too lightly ; that the four walls of a prison had no terror for them : that gaol allowance of food did not keep down their pugnacious and destructive propensities, an...

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

The Late fire at Windsor, AS most of the Negatives taken by the late Mr. T. Boston were saved from the Fire, Copies of Portraits can be had by leaving order with Mr, P. Frazer, Watch? maker and Jeweller,1 George-street, Windsor, where an Album of some specimens can be seen. {Jartes, lös per doz. ; odd Copies, ls each. Medical. DB. O'FARBELL, hMß.B.l, AND L.K. ET Q.O.M. MAT BB CONSULTBD AT ' Ma. RAPEE'S, near the Windsor Grammar School. £3000. MISBOBMS oír?, THE CHEATEST SACING EVENT of the YEAH. . (Eua in Oct.-Close aa soon aa filled). 12.000 SHAKES, 5s. EACH AK EVEN KOUE SffAEBS, 20s. To he distributed as follows: * Kbit Horse...£1000 j Starters divide..,... «ISO Second.COO Non-starters . SOO Third .260 j Total...^2000 And 10 Prîtes at £26 each...£260 j SO Prises at £10 . 500 60 Prises at £5 " ... 260 Total in Prutea, £1000.Grand Total, £8000. The Third Consultation of ruy 1888 Series. Tbs «acocas and general satisfaction over previous events may be deemed sufficient introduction f...

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

td ÏÏÀWKESBMT CHRONICLE/ A WBRKLT PAPES, Conducted <->n labtral Principios. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated frooly throughout tho Hawkesbury District. Publishing Office:-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOB. AnTEBTrBBHENTB received np to 3 o'clock p.m. on Friday*. Team op SDBBCEIPTION : Single Copy-THREEPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... Si. in advance... 2B. 6d Fer Half-year " ... 6a.4s. 6d. Per Annnm " ... 10a. " ... 8a Subscribers names con be enrolled at any time. TERMS OT ADVBBTISDCO > BINGLE INSERTION!«, £a fB INCH. ADVBBTUKHENTS KAT ALSO BB INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE roixovma RITES FEB QUAETKB. fOne inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. -J Two " " ... 10 0 (.Each additional inoh 0 6 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, disoount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under Ra in raine, will only be "booked" to regular customers. Agencies. The undermentioned are our appointed Agent for the several localities named: RICHMOND-Mr. T. J. Pryke, Saddler. Wl...

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

Funerals. THE FUNERAL of the late Mrs. Mary Greenwell will leave the Windsor Railway Station, at half-past 11 o'clock, on SATURDAY, (this day), and proceed to the Wesleyan Cemetery, McGrath's Hill. THE FUNERAL of the late WILLIAM   MALONEY, will leave his late resi- dence, Wilberforce Road, on SUNDAY next, the 15th instant, at 2.30 p.m., and proceed to the Roman Catholic Cemetery,   Windsor. THOMAS COLLISON, Undertaker.

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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

Coursing, A MEF.TIKG of those interested in the coming Coursing Meting, was held at Bushel's Riyal Hotel, Windsor, on Wednesday at 4-30 p.m., for tlie purpose nf drawing for tde Windsor and Richmond Stakes, when thc following was the result : WiNDson STAKES. 13, nil ages, at £2 2s. each, the bona-fide pro perty of residents of ike Hawkesbury j Distiict. Wi i uer, £13 ; runner-up, £G 10s. ; and two dogs at ¿3 Ss. each. 1. P. Fraser's Laishey, against E. B. Cob croft's Electric. 2. Jas. Lamrock's Lady Crawford, against F. J.Pryke's Highflyer. 3. E. C. l'enderg ist's Pluto, against C. Eath cr's Murat. 4. G. Dickson's Dirck Hattori.k, against C. Steward's Robin. 5. J. Gosper's Baffle, against Jas. Lamrock's Lauderdale. 6. G. ii. Bowen'sNed, against D. Jay's Blue bird. 7. J. Lamont's Undertaker, against a bye. RiciiK'isrn STAKES. 16, all ages, atfl ls. each, the bona-fide pro perty of residents of the Hawkesbury District. Winner, £8 ; runner-up. £4 ; and two dogs at£2 each. 1, C. S. Gues...

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Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 31ST JULY, 1883. (Before Mr. J. B. Johnston, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

Windsor Police Court TiiESDAv. 31sr JVLY, Î883. (Belore Mr. J. B. Johnston, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS, Henry Thornton pleaded guilty to being J drunk in Thompson's Square, on Monday j night, was discharged, it having been his j first appearance for twelve mouths. Thomas Gottgh, apprehended on a wniront tor being drunk on the 21st instant, was or. dcrcd to pay 5s and 5s costs, or in default 48 hours. He took it out, MAINTKNANCE. Emily Mary Nowland v. Thomas Stap'es, maintenance of an illigitimate child. No ap pearance of parties. DEMANDING EXCESSIVE TOLL. William Moses v. P. Kelly. The com plainant sued defendant, who is lessee of .Fitzroy Bridge Toll, for demanding and tak .ng esccss ve toll. The question to be deci ded Was whether Mr. Moses' vehicle was a waggon or a wain. Defendant contending lli it it was not a waggon, but a vehicle with springs running on four wheels and at times canUd passengers ; while Complainant con tended that his vehicle was a waggon, within the meaning of the Act...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHÜßOH OF ENGLAND.) ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTEK TBINITI. WINDSOR. Morning Service, lla.m )"_,_," m«y wm. o and ri a.mA E«v. F. W. STRUTTON. Ereniog Serries, 7 p.m. j Qhildren Service, SJUOCÜIOUBG, 3 p.m. CLYDESDALE, 3 p.m. j Mr. J. Brown.

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Galendar.—August. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

G alendar.-August BEMAJUUBLB EVENTS. fejjjj efJeyboro i7i»36 5ÎI S]Sn|//tn Sunday after Trinity 6 50 5 ejM Prto oe Alfred boro '« 6 SO { 7|Tn Capture of Cabul 1839 G 49 t W 1st. Australian Tobáceo Sale 1622 6 48 G OlTh Green b. McGrath 1859 6 471 lu| Pr)Dr. Lang's funeral 1870 8 46 i

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ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH TWELTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

ST. MATTHEW'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH TWELTH SUNDIT AFTER PEXTECOST. WíitmoE-Aog. 5, 7.30 a.m, Il a.m. and 7 p.ui. Kiahinoud.-0 a.m. Hiverstono.-ll n.rn, EBV. 8. J. A. SUEEIIV.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

O, Yes ! O, Yes !! IE BEST SHOW in the FAIR /JrCOME AND SEE THE SUPERB COLLECTION OF DOLLS; AT i FULLEE & CO'S \ Tiiis Sp'oiulid Lino of DOLLS is just j imp ried liooi Europe. j COME AND SEE THEM, just for curiosity. FULLER & CO., STATIONERS, PB INTERS, &c GEORGE 8TBEKT, WIlsTDSOE/. Ca6tner's Bural Australian. OEDERS for tin's popular MAGAZINE may be left ot, or addressed to, the Office of this Paper ; aDd will be attended to.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 4 August 1883

WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-AUJ. 8, ll a.m.,.R«T. W. Moore. 7 p.m. " HfCHttoNB.-3ji.ni., .Mr. T. Anderson. 7 p.m.,.Mr. II. OamuriU. ENFIELD.-ll a.m.,. " KesBajoNo.-2.30 p.m. ,. WtLBERToacK.-IV a.m.,.Mr. W. C. GaivOjrilî. 3 p.m.Hov. W. Moore. 7 p.m.Mr. A. SimpBoti. EEV. W. MOOIUÍ. Chairman of Ch cuit.

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