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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
COURSING. At Melbourne a sensational sale of greyhounds from the'kennel of Mr. M. J. Hardiman took place, when 19 lots were sold for 756 gs., or an average of close upon 40gs. The following were the principal sales :-Hornpipe by Rent Charge Maid of Osborne, E. Weekes, 250gs ; Huon, by Capri-Maid of Osborne, E. Weekes nogs ; Hed ley, brother to Huon. J. W. Jex, 7ogs.; Hard Cash, brother to Hornpipe, Lodge, 6ogs; and Hya cinth, sister to Hornpipe, 50gs., F. Tilley ; Horn blow, brother to Hornpipe, H. Fraser45gs.; Huon Belle, sister to Huon, T. White, 3ogs.; Harp of Erin, sister to Huon. J. Munday, 25gs ; Sydney, by Chronometer-Squib, J. Swan, 2igs ; Hegira, sister to Huon, Oldham, 20gs : Moorland King, brother to Last Request, and Henry Day were passed in at gogs, and 40 gs. respectively.
LAW REPORTS. SUPREME COURT—(IN CHAMBERS). MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1888. (Before His Honor Justice Stephen.) IN RE JOHN PARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
LAW REPORTS. f 1 SUPREME COURT-(IN-CHAMBERS). MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 18SS, (Before His Honor Justice Stephen.) IN RE JOHN 1'AUKER. This was an application for a prohibition re straining Messrs. William Lamrock and 'C. S. Guest, J's.P., the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Rich mond, and Mr. J. E. Onus from further proceed ing in a case where the applicant, Parker, was convicted before the Richmond Bench of having unlawfully trespassed, upon . tjie enclosed land of Mr. Onus at "i^orth Richmond, and fined £\ and costs. Dr. Coghlan, instructed by' Mr. J. J. Dillon, appeared for applicant, Parker, and Mr. H. K. Cohen, instructed by Mr. "R. H. Levien, for Mr. Onus. Dr. Coghlan read the affidavit of Mr. Dillon, containing tlie particulars as '.prteented to the Bench at Richmond, and proving that Parker had at the time he was bdirig tified'Tp^Be|a claimjrdf right to the land on behalf of John Merrick, whose servant he was, and that Merrick himself laid claim to the land under the will of his grand fat...
CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
CHAPTKK III. Few people could understand Danvers Vane. He was one of those strange characters one occasionally meets with in society, whose life has been a series of paradoxes, At Cambridge, Vane had been a hard reader. Scholarships, prizes, and fellowships had come to him rather as natural pans of his career than as awards of brilliant work. Year after year Da -.vers Vane went on kd4ing sc||ie^new honour tolfis lewjnfen ||»&lt;La higher reput^io ^nt:: I§ur&lt;&ef| as a mathenj&ti Vane-of Christ's College. ^ As a matter of course, the world re garded it as certain that a man so wedded to his studies, whose cold, calculating, and half-sarcastic inA^^with his uni versity friends was no ij$f|uc|jpent to so^etw^voiiU not marrv ;|^nd k^ie ex cit%TO^t^n-gnlv«rsi^^|c|(^ wliejj Dan from jpbng y£catjpL rea&lt;** ii^^^.kwiSb ^.y^jing. a»d handsome \yife^*y \v0 l^fmagined. Vi&Kave already slid thiat Danvers ! Vane's life was a collection of parad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
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SPORTING. AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
SPORTING. [THE secretaries of all local clubs and sporting organisations are requested to furnish us with reports of their meetings or gatherings at as early a date as possible. Sporting fixtures will be gladly inserted, and any Information of general interest received with thanks.] AQUATICS. A match was made on Saturday night last between Fred Douglas and H. Atkins to row three miles over the Windsor course for £10 a-side, Mr. G. Bushell being the stakeholder. The race will take place on Saturday, 8th September, when a good fair, and square contest is anticipated. The sculling match on the Nepean on Satur day, between Rowe and Kristensen, for the Nepean championship, was won easily by the first-named competitor. Whilst exercising on the Parramatta River one day last week, the boat occupied by Peter Kemp, tlie champion, overturned, and the oarsman was treated to an unexpected dip. He swam shore wards, and landed safely.
THE WINDSOR ALBION C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
THE WINDSOR ALBION C.C. On Monday evening a meeting of those interested in the formation of a local cricket club was held at the Oddfellows' Hall, the attendance being limited to about a dozen. Mr. J. Chandler was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meeting, Mr. C. Davies stated that during the past season the Hawkesbury Cricket Club had played twelve matches, six of which they won, and six they lost. The treasurer had about 30s in hand, and the club was in debt to the extent of £5. Mr. A. Hannabus said that there was some objection to the club being agaia called the Hawkesbury Cricket Club. Players in the country thought that the club had no right to the name, inasmuch as it was toot representative of the dis trict. Mr. E. Mellish expressed a similar opinion, and thought the nanie should be changed. The Country members had withdrawn from the Hawkesbury C.C., and it had not prospered for that reason. After .some furthtir discussion, Mr. O. Fitzpatrick proposed and Mr...
VOLUNTEER PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
VOLUNTEER PARADE. The manoeuvres in connection with this (Saturday's) whole-day parade will, as heretofore, have for their object the familiarising of officers and men with the positions most suited for defence, to which end, and prior to allowing commanding officers more independent action, the programme will to a certain extent be of a fixed nature. The attacking force wilL consist of a division ol guns of Volunteer Artillery and the headquarters companies of the i st and and Regiments under Colonel Goodlett, while the defence will consist of a division of guns of Volunteer Artillery, Engineers, and the Parramatta, Windsor, Richmond and Penrith com panies, 3rd Regiment under Lieut-Col. Holborow. This latter force will be distinguished by their helmets. The force under Colonel Good let will represent an enemy landed from Broken Bay, with the intention of cutting the northern, western and southern railway lines at Dundas and Granville respectively. Having effected his purpose at the...
FRIDAY. Before Mr. Becke, P.M., Messrs. Yeo and Dunstan. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
FRIDAY. Before Mr. Becke, P.M., Messrs. Yeo and Dunstan. Damage to Timber.-Trustees Pitt Town Common v. Tlioiuas McGuirc, for damage to timber growing on Com mon to the extent of £4 - Mr. Richardson for complainants. -Defendant pleaded guilty, but stated that he was not aware he was doing wrong, as he had » Common right.-'-He was ordered to pay £2 damages, a tine of £1, 5s costs of court, 21s professional costs, and 7s 6d for one witness, in default one month's imprisonment in Windsor Gaol.-Fine paid. One defendant was fined 5s and 5s (id costs, or seven days, for obscene language. One drunk fined 2s fid and 2s fid ccxts. A prohibition was granted against publicans serving John Kurran, of Riverstone, with-liquors for a period of u months
COMMERCIAL, WINDSOR MARKET RATE. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
COMMERCIAL, WINDSOR MARKET RATE. FRIDAV AFTERNOON. There is very little change in the local markets this week. Rain is urgently needed, everywhere -Quotations. Maize .. 2s 6d Oats (seed) .. 2s gd, feed as 6d Barley .. 3s gd Hay .. .. /3 Straw .. .. £3 Chaff .. .. 4s 6d 105s Butter .. is gd Eggs .. gd Fowls .. 3s 6d to 33 gd Ducks .. 3s f> to 4s Potatoes.. 5s cwt. .^5 per ton Pork .. .. 3$ to to 4d Sucking Pigs .. 3s Od to 5s according to quality. YV. A. Bridie and berland Saleyards, Co. report having; sold at their Cum - George-street, Pari ainatta, 011 Friday , Turkeys ... 4 Geose ... 2 Ducks ... 3 Fancy Fowls... i_; Fowls (com' ->n) 2 Pigeons Canaries Roll Butter ... Keg Butter ... Bacon Hams Porkers Kegs... Lard (in blad ders) Honey Teas (new sea son) J chest Pigs' Cheeks... Carcase Pork Dressed Sheep Hares Cheese Suckers Goats d 6 to 16 9 7 4 30 2 O 5 20 2 16 O 21 40 29 Milch Cows Calves ... Horses Potatoes Onions Hav CliAft Maize Oats Bran Pollard Barley 1 8 Oranges Lemon...
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY AUGUST 23. 1888. (Before Messrs, William Lamrock. C. S. Gues and E. Pitt, J's P.) DETENTION OF PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY AUGUST 23. 1888.. (Before Messrs., William Lamrock. C. Si Gues and E. Pitt.J's P.) DETENTION OF PROPERTY. Philadelphia Mortimore ch.irg ;cl fohn Lord with detaining a black mare, her proerty. nnd refusing to deliver up the sanu when requested. From the evidence of Co n.ilainant, fames Clark, John Crellin. H irrop Creilin, and Harriet Mortimore, it appears that the mare had been Riven to complainant's daughter by defendant about four ye.irs ago, and that she had had possession of it ever since. Defendant had never laid any claim to the animal during that time untit some weeks ago when he came in the night time and took it away. The daughter to whom it had been given was under age. Defendant denied giving the mare, and called James Mortimore, who said he had borrowed it off defendant about twelve months ago. By complainant : Could not swear that the mare had not been given to your daughter. Ann Lord, defendant's wife, swore the animal was her husband's,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
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BE NOT AFRAID. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
HI-: NOT AFRAID. Be not afraid To give expression to a noble thought Because the world may sneer and cry, " naught," And may upbraid. 15c not afraid To do the thing that conscience tells is right : The way is hard, but lis not always night ; Thou'lt be repaid. Be not afraid To battle, sometimes, on the losing side ; The victory of truth o'er wrong and pride Is but delayed. Be not afraid To disapprove of what the world may prize ( Jsenseless laws that fashion's votaries Have evei made. Be not afraid To recognise the greeting ot a friend \Y Lose poverty and poor attire offend The \vel!-.irrayed.
POETRY. AN EVENING PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
poferBf. AN EVENING PICTURE. 'Twas a calm summer eve, and the twilight was shining O'er tin; green grassy glade far away in the glen And ihe moon just peeped out from a soft silver / lining To casl its refulgence over hill-top and fen. Then the stars, like bright jewels, their radiance were flashing Across the great plain, from theeast to the west Ancl the river close by into billows was dashing Its white-crested waves racing madly abreast. Out in the dark wood the shadows were falling The wind through the trees sung its song of despair, And the curlew, thus roused from its slumber, was calling In cries loud and troubled, which rout &lt;he calm air. Save this, thi? eve's silence was left quite unbroken Till night'ssable curiain fell over the scene, And thi: darkness which followed the light was a token Of the death of a da)' which was not, but had been. 'Tis sweet in the forest's dim shadows to wander Not nlonc, hut with one whom you love by your side And upon the bright fut...
A BLACKGUARDLY BRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
A BLACKGUARDLY BRUISER. An American writer says In Teading the account of Johp L. Sullivan's trip from Liverpool to New York, which tells us of his insulting all the passengers? with whom lie came in contact, as well as the stewards and servants and employees, there is a feeling of regret that there was not some plucky Milwaukee man, or Western man, with a revolver in his hip pocket on board. The brute, Sullivan, found that a minister or missionary re turning from Africa, with his wife and children, occupied an adjoining state room, and when the children cried the great coward frightened the minister and his frail wife, and nearly scared the children into fits by threatening them with violence if they did not keep still. One cannot help pitying the poor minister's wife as she put in the whole trip, sleepless and sick, expecting every minute her babies would be destroyed by a worse heathen than she had encountered in Africa. The officers of the boat should have put the great coward i...
THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 1888. Railway, Richmond to Esk bank. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 25 August 1888
THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©cxjctte* SATURDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 1888. ' Let the journalist defend the doctrines of the party which he approves ; let him criticise and condemn the party which he does not approve: reserving always his right to applaud his opponents or censure his friends, as the I truth may require-and he will be Independent enough for a Free Country.-GARFIELD. Railway, Richmond to Eskbank. I N our last issue we published a leading article advocating the adoption of the route recently surveyed by Mr. Sharkey, the well-known Civil Engineer, through whose instrumentality the question of i constructing a relieving line to tap the i Western railway, was re-opened. From the tenor of the report forwarded to head quarters by Mr. Sharkey, and from other circumstances which were brought under our notice, we felt justified in supporting Mr. Sharkey's scheme, and notwithstand ing the fact that we publish in another portion of this issue a lengthy epistJe from Mr. G. C. Johnson-in whic...