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Riverstone. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

Riverstone. (FROMl OUR CORRESPONDENT.) "This township is at present as lively as it can be. Hundreds ot visitors from all parts of the colony visit it weekly to consult German Charlie-or as he is more usually known, Dr Charlie-upon various complaints. There are now thirteen licensed vehicles running between the railway station and the Blacktown road (Charlie's place of residence) and I hear this number will increase in a short time. Several of the Ministry had a trip to River stone last week, I believe at the invitation of Mr. B. Richards. 1 hope that through their visit some benefit will accrue to the town. It is a well known fact that Riverstone is by far the best pay ing station on the Windsor and Richmond line, and yet the station accomodation is certainly the worst. Some agitation should be made by the residents to try and get what they require. Though cur local residents are all law abiding people, we frequently get a few of the other sort prowling round, and although we have ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

RIFLE SHOOTING. On Saturday last a match was shot off at the Windsor Butts between the Ashfield team and a team representing Windsor. The weather was scarcely suitable for good shooting, what our rifle shooting friends term a " fish-tail " wind blowing during the whoie of the day. The Windsor team was only defeated by 23 points, which, considering that their opponents are a first-class team, and have won several big niatche.'^ately, is-A .rrcJilfebla jresult. Fpllpwiivg are tl^e scoresji Asmfield. erigies irp^rcl Xi - QSrpffife ] 'rixpte liolt? ?^a^int.XitjS;er fii Private Ahenrn Private I3enruitt Corpora) Cre;iry JJeutenaM logins 500yds £

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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

-J Richmond News. (FROM "OUR CORRESPONDENT.) BANK CHANGES.-Mr. H. A. M'Donald is now managing the local branch of the Bank of New South Wales, having relieved Mr. Chester, whc has taken charge of a branch of the same Bank at Moruya. Mr. M'Donald hails from the head office, and ought to make many fiiends in Rich mond. IMPKOVEMENTS.-I understand it is the intention of Mr. J. E. Onus to erect a terrace of two storied houses in March-street. According to the plans, the buildings will be a great ornament to the town, and I wish Mr. Onus success in his enter prise. Police Court business has been very slack during the last two months. This goes in a ffreat nieasuie to show the improvement in the morals of the class who usually patronise the local police-court. (The business this week is shown in another column.) The new rails on the Windsor and Richmond Line are now almost complete, and 1 hope at an early date to see the journey to the Metropolis performed at least half an hour quicker tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

T. Huxley, COACH AND BUGGY BUILDER, George-street, Windsor. Awarded First Prizes at Kiama for Buggies in 1875, and four following years; First and Second at Shoalhaven in 1875-6. Also First Prize for Single-Seated Buggies at Hawkesbury District Agricultural Shows of 1884 and 1885; also, Second for Spring Cart. Also First Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, for Single Seated Buggies and Sulky's at the Hawkes bury Show. T.H. has enlarged his Premises by the addition of a commodious front Show-room, In order to cope with his increased trade. A first-class Var nish-room, fitted with every convenience for facilitating work, has also been added to the es tablishment, and patrons may rely on all orders being carried out with dispatch, whilst all work manship is guaranteed. Ferris, Wilson, and Co., PRODUCE, & LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, Parramatta. Auction Sales of Produce, &c., every Friday at 2 o'clock. Account Sales rendered promptly. Central Sale Yards: MARSDEN-STREET, PARRAMATTA. W. G. PE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

J- r . . -- --: . - , RICHMOND HOUSE. RICHMOND NEW SEASON'S TEAS, The CHOICEST CHOPS imported this year from CHINA, embracing Ful!, Strong, and Rich Flavoured PANJONG, KAISOW, and CONGOU; Ddli cate and Highly-Scented ORANGE PEKOE; KANGRA and DARGEELiNG, INDIAN TEAS; CEYLON TEAS, and other Varieties, in 10-ib BOXER AND HALF-CHESTS, AN EARLY CALL SOLICITED. PRICES EXCEPTIONALLY LOW, NOTE THE ADDRESS WOODHILL «& COM RICHMOND HOUSE, RICHMOND, N THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In the Estate and Effects of GEORGE SMITH HALL, late of Lilburn dale, Hawkesbufy River; in the Colony of New South Wales, far mer, deceased, intestate. PURSUANT to the Trust Property Act of 1862, 26 Victoria, No. 12, NOTICE is hereby given that all Credi tors and others having claims upon, or being otherwise interested in the estate and effects of the abovenamed deceased, are requested to send in full particulars of such claims to the undersigned, under cover to.the Admini...

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Land Nationalisation and the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

Land Nationalisation and the Farmer. WHENEVER the subject of land nation alisation is mentioned, the farmer, as a mie, shrugs his shoulders* and mutters a deep if not a loud anathema. He has ^nil lUed an idea, which is sedulously fos | tered by those solicitous of playing upon j his fears and profiting by his misconcep tions, that it means neither more nor less than confiscation of his land and the re duction of himself to povertjs in order to relieve city people of their just share of taxation. Some know better than this, but a large proportion of the fanning population hold some such idea and look upon the mati who believes in thfe policy of fileRationalisation of land as a thinly disguised rogue and robber. It is very important that such misconceptions should be removed, for jthprc is every ap pearance of this very system exerting a very powerful influence over New South7 Wales politics at 110 very remote date. Let us see therefore what really is the meaning of land nationalisati...

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SOMETHING NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

SOMETHING NEW. Eu.ORir:. Trkap softly, the aged World lies a-woary ; Time passes by with velvet-shod feet, warily, very warily, lest tin; noise of one, mis footsteps should, arouse the drowsy popular monarch'. " Time passes so slowly," is the we.iry sigh ; " can nothing be done to make him )ly more quickly and the answer comes ever too readily, "Never think of Time-only-amusement, only amusement." The old King settles down again, satisfied nothing is amiss, soothed with the soft waving words, till soon ag:iin comes the tyrannical cry, " Amuse ment verv good ; but something new - new iaces, ,, new friends, and votaries ; there is still newl'aniu, jf new Fortunes, to be won." I And oh, how eagerly is the mandate obeyed. I| The new friends, faces, and votaries rush headlong into the presence chamber of old King World, to be hooted forth, shamefaced, for their credentials for favour are amusing- -one here, one there, care fully culled from the thronging aspirants-and thej', the chosen o...

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LATE SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

LATE SPOltTlNG. CRICKET. The test match, AH England v. Austra lian Eleven, was won by the Cornstalks by 61 runs; the scores being-Austra lians : First innings, 116; second, 60. England : First innings, 53 second, 62. The winners were in turn called to the front of the pavilion, and received a great ovation. The team have now won 14 out of 21 matches.

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THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

THE FARMER. Do not work an acre more of land than you can work as it should be done. Attend the agricultural show of your district, ! and make it of practical value. | The corn that will keep best for seed is that ! which has cured well on the stalk and been hung I in a dry place. In order to get at the profit or loss of farming, the farmer must, by ccurate accounts, show every payment as well as every source of income. The plough will do better service killing weeds, if they be of heavy growth, than will the cultivator. If the weeds be turned under they will aflord ex cellent green manure, especially if they be very thick. Turnips make the very best of mutton and beef, and why should they not make the best pork ? Ten months is perhaps about the profitable limit for feeding pigs, when they are pushed from the start. At this age is the time to sell. Galls are rarely seen on the horse's shoulders bathed night and morning with strong salt water, beginning a month before the spring plou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

FAMILY GROCERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, INVITE Attention to their Largfe and Varied Stock of GROCERIES, PRODUCE, and PROVISIONS, which they are selling at the lowest remunerative prices. CONSIGNMENT OF NEW SEASON'S TEAS NOW IN. Families* -waited upon-for -orders, -and- goods promptly delivered. E D I C A L. Dr. L. G. Davidson, RICH M O N D, DAILY, AT HIS RESIDENCE. Cheapside House. THE CHINESE MUST GO, PETER O'HARA Sells the Best Furniture Procurable at the Lowest Possible Rates. CROCKERYWARE OF EVERY DESCRIP TION. TIMBER, ALL SORTS AND SIZES. Corrugated Iron, Iron Tanks, and all sorts of Building Materials at Sydney Prices. DON'T GO PAST WITHOUT GIVINQ HIM A CALL. Windsor-street, MAV BE CONSULTED IT'S NO USE, WHEN Note the Address CHEAPSIDE HOUSE, GfeORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. ^Greenwell & Towers (LATE GREENWELL & CO.), '. ? ?? t 1 f.,..lMP)0RTERS.'OIfi . .«, . ? -? 'r J ' \Vr' J,, i , i : ! [ESTABLISH1* I>- NEARLY j.O ' YEARS,J' !'- MA'JSJ.CHKST.ER. I.IOUSE, ''Nex...

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WHAT WINDSOR WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

WHAT WINDSOR WANTS. DURING the past few years, Windsor, and" the dis trict around, has been sadly in need of several necessary improvements, which, if carried out, would have added considerably to its importance. A. lack of energy on the part of the people and their parliamentary representatives is mainly re sponsible for this deplorable state of affairs, and the time has ccrtainly arrived when all should wake up and, by their united action, make an en deavour to recover lost ground. Mr. Bowman should be the first to make himself acquainted with the most urgent requirements of his constitu ents, and, having done so, should lose no time in laying their claims to consideration before the proper authorities. The residents of the district too, should not be behind hand in using their united endeavours to secure the official recognition of this important centre, and the efforts of electors and representative combined could not fail to secure successful results. The Windsor of to day from...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak me fair I'll tell you news, indificrent good to either. TAMING OK thu Shue^. tant introduction is needed 'twixt thee and me, . oUe reader. Thou art thyself, and because thou I Jove thee-for, like Roman Terence, Nothing that concerns my fellow-men I con iderforeign t6 myself." I am a Bohemian-one vhat isj tnayhap, no better than he should be-and yet, perchance, is no worse than his fellows, who -like the gentle Elia-loveth a jest better than lis dinner, and who is &.ord of himself, though not of lands, And having nothing, yet hath all. introducttbh is complete. We are friends, '-.ons ! "The world is our oyster, as Pistol said [Jack l4alstaff, which with pen, and not with lord, we will strive to open. ISTpnv is told by a local resident of a high and I mighty aristocratic horse-breeder of Argyle, 3 exhibited- some of his stock at the late Cen tal Exhibition in Sydney. One of his best : 5e,s was awarded only a second prize, where...

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A Note on Our Policy [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

A .Note oil Our Policy IT is our desire to establish in this dis trict a popular journal-one whose popu larity will be based, not on the sensation alism or novelty of its matters, but on the consistency and worth of its character. The true idea of a journal comprehends not merely the daily oi: weekly record of events, but a medium of instruction and improvement. The great aim of the GAZETTE will be to secure the social im provement of the district and its growth 1 j in political power. The former end may i be attained in many distinct ways, whilst j to secure the latter we purpose to give constant attention to local political wants, and by our continued advocacy in this direction ensure the political advance ment of the electorate. It will be our en deavour to obtain correspondence of a general character from all parts of the district, and our columns will be open to all sections of the community for the dis cussion of ail questions And topics of the dayf-'whether social or politica...

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, JULY 21ST, 1888. Salaam! [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

. THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND 05ajctte. SATURDAY, JULY SIST, r"888. Let the journalist die <lqctnnes of,tile party u'liicjj he approves; let liini tfitifci^c and condemn the party uliicli he does not approve: reviving ;t!v\'jivs !iis jiflit to applaud liis opponents or consurc his friends, the truth may require-and lie yvill be Independent alidu^ti for a Free Country.-Gaki ii:I.i>. . Salgam! TO-DAY \VC inaugurate uliat we earnestly j liope will he a profitable and liaiuiuuious j connection with the peopht of Windsor, i Richmond, and.the Hawkesbliry IDistrir.t' generally. In introducing' otitselves fa our constituent's we are'liappily spared the difficulties wljicTi beset a, journalist who seeks to establish a uewspaperin a district where he is a total str-anger^in asmuoh as our connection'with WindsoF and the surrounding district ! is tone of many years standing. There are few, perhaps, who will peruse the first issue of the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE withodt-being conv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

V/ILLIA¥ MOSES Wholesale and Retnil GROCER, IRONMONGER* GLASS & CROCKERY WARE, BAKER, FLOUR AND MAIZE MERCHANT. STEAM-CUT CHAFF, CRACKED CORN, AND SHORT FIREWOOD ALWAYS ON HAND. Agent for the Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Company. NOTE ADDRESS HAWKESBUKY STOKE, George-street, WI1TDSOR. VISITORS TO WINDSOR, TRY JOHN LAMONT'S Hairdressing & Shaving Saloon, (The Premier one in Town), GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. il. BAKER, Practical Tailor, MARCH-STREET, RICHMOND. - GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. PRICES MODERATE. W. Mitchell, PRIZE COACH AND BUGGY BUILDER, Agricultural Implement Maker & Horse-shoer, WINDSOR-STREET, RICHMOND. [ESTABLISHED 25 YJCABS.] VEHICLES of every design made to order of best material and by skilled workmen. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. W.M. was awarded the following nine First Prizes at the late H.D.A.A. Show:-Double Seated Hampshire Buggy, Varnished Sulky, Spring Cart-without paint or varnish ; ditto painted, Double-furrow, Light Land and Light Vineyard Pl...

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SUNDRY SKETCHES. ON THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

8UNDBY SKETCHES. I ON THE IIAWKESBURY. No. i. I'll make a tour and then I'll write it. I'll prose; it luire, I'll verse it there - I'll picturesque It everywhere I'll dowhatfifl h:\xgs liy Jove I'shall, and something more. TT is now many years since I steamed down the noble Hawkosbury in the slug gish old river boat.(Vi'bicb ran in-vtbqge davfyi-aiid looked ti|e' craft'JU nVfdl dock out upon the verdant' banks, tbo orange-groves, the snug well-cultivated iarms. tbc cosy homesteads. and tbo carefully-tended orchards, where ripened fruit bore down the towering . tre^s. and where huge clusters of purple and white grapes bung heavily frojii the -stunted vsnes wbich grew along the water's edge. Now, that picture of beauty rises in imagination across the sterile waste of vears, and once more I emlinrk upon a tour amongst those delightful scenes, which live in memorv. What a picture of hurrv and bustle even the small wharf in a countrv town presents just at the lioqr w^en^thg woeJclw steam...

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A FASHIONABLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

| A FASHIONABLE WEDDING. i I Windsor was all agog on Wednesday last, the cause of the excitemcnt being the marriage of Mr. J. R. Bradley, Manager of the Eastern Branch of the E.S. and A.C. Bank, Sydney, to Miss Mattie Dean, of Windsor. The cere mony took place at the Wesley an Church, which was beautifully decorated by ladies of the choir, all of v;hom are to be com mended for their excellent taste. At 12 o'clock, the happy pair were united, the officiating ministers being the Rev. George Lane, President of the Wesleyan Conference, and the Rev. W. Hill, the popular pastor of the Wesleyan Church in Windsor. The Church was thronged with lady and gentlemen friends of bride and bridegroom, and the musical service was prettily rendered by the choir, Miss Hill presiding at the organ. The bride was attired in pearl ottoman silk, with richly beaded panel on skirt, and trimming on the body to match, with court train. Miss Minnie Dean, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and her costume ...

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FRIDAY, JULY 20. (Before W. H. H. Beckc, Esq., P.M.) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

FRIDAY, JULY (Before W. H. H. Beckc, Esq., P.M.) DRUNK. One defendant, who had been locked up since Tuesday, appeared on three harges of drunkenness, and was fined in all £i 15s, in default nine days imprison ent. : , (Mr. Linsley tiere took his seat.) ENDANGERING PROPERTY. John Mason was charged with en [dangcring a spring cart, the property of William Smith, by reason of his careless ness in driving a vehicle at Riverstone on the 13th instant. Mr. W. Walker appeared for com plainant; Mr, H. Richardson for defen dant, who pleaded not guilty. Mrs. Smith gave evidence to the effect that she was driving a cart on the River stone-road on the day in question, on her way to German Charlie's; she had six passengers on hoard ; the defendant was driving a 'bus in the same direction, and : at a slip 1 panel 011 the road' he attempted to pass complainant, when a collision took place ; tile slip panel was only nine feet wide, and there was not rootri for one vehicle to pass another; the-horse ...

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, JULY 21ST, 1888. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©alette* SATURDAY, JULY aisT, 1888. LOCAL AND GENERAL. . ACCIDENT.-The rough state of the road be tween Wilberforce and Sackville Reach has been the cause of much complaint of late. The crown of the road has been covered with heaps of un spread metal, and the sides with rough boulders. On Saturday last, whilst a man in the employ of Messrs. T. Tate and Co., of Sydney, was driving to the Lilburndale Estate, the horses bolted, and the vehicle was badly smashed against a huge tree lying on the roadside-whilst the occupant re ceived sundry bruises of a more or less serious character. It is hoped that some effort will be made to make the thoroughfare more safe than it is at present. DEATH OK AN OLD RESIDENT.-An inquest was held by the Coroner (Mr. J. 13. Johnston, J.P.) at Lower Portland, on the 14th instant, on the body of Mrs. Mary Jane Chaseling, who died suddenly on the day previous. On Dr. Hozicr's evidence, the Jury found that the cause of death was "apo pl...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS T.J-K. ^Goulburn).-Received with many thanks, hoping you will favour us again. ""Anti-Humbug,"-No (ear <of that. We don't ."concern ourselves about any man's creed, and xdon't care twopence at what shrine he wor ships. We wilt treat all alike, and let our con stituents be black or white, Christians or Atheists, freetraders or protectionists-the same consideration will be extended to all, irrespective of the differences of opinion which may exist between them and ourselves. All men are entitled to hold the opinions which they conscientiously believe to be correct, and we, in common with others, claim a right to the exercise of our discretion and judgment in this direction. Our columns are open to con tributions on all but religious subjects-for here we draw the line-and not the slightest partiality will be exhibited towards any class or section of the community.

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