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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 1888

Fox* Sale, GOOD LADY'S HACK. Apply this Office. Roads Office, Windsor, August 24, 1888. 1 enders WILL will be received up to noon of WEDNESDAY, 3rd SEP TEMBER next, for the following works: Windsor to Wiseman's Ferry Road Re-decking of Windsor Bridge, contract 19. R. Clarendon to Cornwallis-Task 20. R. For purchase of Toll Gates, &c., at Richmond and Windsor. Specifications may be seen at Court house Windsor. Tenders to be addressed Courthouse, Windsor, and endorsed in corner, " Ten der for Roadwork." T. G. PERCY NEILLEY, Road Superintendent. MUSICAL. I bare much pleasure in recommending Miss L. G. HILL as a Teacher of Pianoforte. Miss Hill has been one of my pupils for some time, and is well acquainted with the works of the great masters-such as Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Chopin, and others. As teacher, Miss Hill is very attentive and patient. She has been instructing a con siderable number of pupils in this town, and the progress they have made iinder her tuiti...

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SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 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 gjadly inserted, and any information of general interest received with thanks ] TURF. Some of the local sportsmen who know, you know, look upon either Keith or Monte Christo as certainties for the Hawkesbury Handi cap. We will endeavour to get our sporting re porter in a trance, so that he may dream on it, and bring to the pockets of our constituents and ourselves a mint of money. Our prophet is a splendid tipster, and can accurately name the winners-after the race is over. Why is it that visitors to the Hawkesbury Races are charged no less than 12s return by the special train ? The department, in making so high a charge, is, we think, coming it a trifle too hot and the result is that, besides the number of visitors being limited in consequence, the Race Club suffers in no small deg...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 1888

COURSING. At Moonee Valley the Borough Stakes was won by Hazelgreen, Devonian being runner-up; Ratu beat Forget-Me-Not, and won the Mayor Stakes; Kil Coleman beat Hannan, and won the Elector Stakes.

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 1888

SCISSORS AND PASTE. AND there {n the privacy of his sanctum the colonel sat, and edited his paper with predatory shears and a dishonest paste pot.-Max Adeler. N.S.W. Typographical Association intend to erect a cottage for printers on the Carrington Convalescent estate. Here the comps who have been out too often to see a man, and have conse quently got too much Toohey on board, will be nursed. Their name is legion. Pritchard Morgan, discoverer of gold in New South Wales, Home Rule candidate for some Welsh constituency with a horrible name. Braudlaugh, M.P., resigning. Financially un able to support position. £600 stolen from a safe in the Carrington Grounds, Sunday. It wasn't a very safe fafe. Shearers' delegates arrested in connection with disturbances at Brooking station. In i860 population Balmain was 2940; now it is 25,000. Earl Spencer (the Red Earl) says he is still a Home Ruler. C. Wesley Caddy, journalist, killed by train in Melbourne. Poor Caddy ; he had his faults, but he w...

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COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 1888

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. On Wednesday evening the first of Mademoiselle Naegueli's complimentary concerts'took place in the Church of England Schoolroom, the building being literally packed by a very fashionable audience. Artistically, the entertainment was a pronounced success, and great credit is due to the promoter for the excellent manner in which the details were carried out. The efforts of the several performers, most of them children of ten der ages, were pleasing in the extreme, and served to show that their teacher had neither spared time nor trouble in bringing them to a remarkable state of proficiency. The programme opened with a trio, " Gloria in Excelsis," 12th Mass, the per formers being Misses N. Brunker, K. Hole, N. Hole, Huxley, E. Yeo, M. Yeo, Ward, E. Cheese man, E. McKay, Green well. Clarke, and M. Prim rose. A solo, " Les Cloches du Monastere," was well rendered by Miss Cheeseman. Then came " The Osborne Quadrilles," in which Misses L. Norton, A. Walker, M. Yeo to...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 September 1888

DEATHS. This week we have to chronicle the demise of no less than three inhabitants of the district, the names of all of whom are familiar to every person who has resided in the locality for any extended period. One by one, the old identities are passing away, and, at the present rate, a few years will suffice to remove the oldest and best-known people from our midst. As "the old year changeth and giveth place to the new' so, in like manner, familiar faces are gradually being lost to sight, and nothing is left of them but the fanciful picture which the remembrance of former friends and acquaintances can conjure up. In connection with the old residents of the Hawkesbury who from time to time pass away, it may be said that in the majority of cases they attain what may be truly termed a ripe old age, and the under mentioned have proved no exception to the rule. On Saturday last, Mr. Edward Hayes, an old resident of Wilberforce, and formerly sexton, &c., at that township, passed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

Wanted, VGOOD GIRL by the end of Sep tember. One used to children. Apply, MRS. R. W. COBCROFT, Newtown. THE NEW SADDLERY AND HARNESS MAKING C2ta.lblisliLiYi.exxt. John Holden, Junr., BEGS to state that he has Commenced Busi ness in Rosa's Buildings, adjoining Mr. R. Pye's, and requests his old friends to pay him a visit and inspect his stock. Pipe Collars a Speciality. Paste the address your hat. Charges Moderate. Work manship Guaranteed. John Holdexi, Jun, SADDLER, &c., GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. Fat & Store Cattle. In the Estate of the late Mr. THOMAS WILLIAMS. C. S. GUEST HAS instructions from the Executors to sell by Public Auction, at Mr. STEVENSON'S Yakds, North Richmond, at n a.m. sharp, on SATURDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER. 17 HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE. TERMS, CASH. NO RESERVE. RICHARDSON and NiXON, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND PRO DUCE AGENTS. 5 OFFICES AND SALE YARDS: ENGINE-STREET, HAYMARKET, SYDNEY SALE DAYS : MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS-Fat Stock at Home bush. WEDNESDAYS-Milch Cows,...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

WINDSOR MARKET RATE. Maize Oats (seed) Bailey H ly Straw Chaff liutter Kggs Fowls Ducks Potatoes.. Pork Sucking Pigs .. quality. 2S gd, feed as Gd 3s gd 4s 6d to 5s is Gd 8d 2s Gd to 3s 3s Gd to 3s gd 6s cwt. ,/4 per ton 3^ to to 4jd 3s 6d to 5s according to

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. The following report for the week ending 6th September is kindly furnished by the Superin tendent : - Admitted .. .. .. i Discharged .. .. .. 4 Remaining in Hospical ..10 Remaining in Asylum .. ..21 Outdoor patients .; .. .. 2 Outdoor relief ; .. 17 Total number oil society's books .. 50

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Dibbs v. Telegraph. VERDICT FOR £100. [By Wire.] Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

Dibbs v. Telegraph. VERDICT EOR £100. [By Wire.] Friday Afternoon. The jury this morning returned a ver dict for plaintiff for ^"ioo. Mr Dibbs claimed £25,000. Lord Carrington visited the public institutions in Wilcannia. Didn't know it had any. Timothy iireen committed for trial for attempt ing to bribe Sir Henry Parkes by offering him £10 for a Government appointment. We know one or two members who would not have refused the tenner. Hewart will not be reprieved. It is wonderful how some people will join an agitation, and en deavour to save the neck of such criminals. « Sir Samuel Griffith declined^ to form a new Ministry. "

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Late News. [BY CABLE.] LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

Late News. [BY CABLE.] LONDON, Thursday. The death is announced of the Hon. Thomas Holt, M.L.C., of the " Warren," Sydney,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

j One of the Few Facts of the 19th j Century. THAT PADLEY BROS Winter Sale is the most Legitimate and that their Goods are the Cheapest ever offered to the public. Anybody requiring from a Reel of Cotton to a Suit of Clothes saves at least 20 per cent by purchasing from j ' PADLEY BROS., FEDERAL HOUSE, Pitt's New Buildings, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. I have heard it oft repeated That Windsor Drapers were dear, And threats of purchasing in Sydney Were spoken of far and near. But now all this is altered, Since PAULEY BROS., Drapers Cheap, Have opened their General Emporium, Situated Central George-street. No longer people are upset and worried By travelling to Sydney by train, A journey of thirty-four miles, At the end of it nothing to gain. On all sides we hear it whispered That PADLEY'S are cutting things fine, So rally around their Establishment And for bargains be in time. N.B.-This great sale will be con tinued for THREE WEEKS ONLY. H E R~E~! If you want GOOD VALUE for your Money go...

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DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM OWENS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM OWENS. This week we have again to chronicle the demise of two very old residents of the Hawkesbury district. Mr. William Owens, a gentleman highly respected by all to whom he was known, died very suddenly at Pitt Town on Monday. It appears that he was apparently in the best of health on the morning of the day in question, and was stand ing in the street speaking to a neighbour when he suddenly fell, and expired in a few minutes. The matter was reported to the police by William Mason, and on Tuesday an inquest was held before the Coroner for the district, Mr. James B. Johnson, when, after evidence had been heard, the following verdict was found : " That the de ceased, William Owens, died at Pitt Town on 3rd September, 1888, and that the cause of death was disease of the heart." Mr. Owens was a native of the North of Ireland, and was 65 years of age. He came to the colony in 1855, and settled at Pitt Town, where he remained up to the time of his death. He commence...

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POETRY. DEATH OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

P0ETBY-,.. , , DEATH OF HON^l | .* In the dead, brave days of old, When Truth and Justice reigned ; When Honour, with her crown of gold, Was never soiled or stained. When Chivalry's bright casque and sword True Honour did defend, And men had but to pledge their word To be believed by men. Then, Honour's gems shone out and flashed A gleam of truth across the earth, And cravens hid their heads, abashed At sight of dignity and worth. But now, alas ! the scene is changed And baseness walketh in the light, The craven's head stands high, erect, Agd Truth bows to the miscreants' niight. 1. CI ?? J

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A TINY SHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

A TINY SHOE;,. _ They found him by the roadside dead, A ragged tramp unknown ; His face upturned in mute despair, His helpless arms out thrown - The lark above him sang a song Of greeting to the day, The breeze blew fresh and sweet, and stirred His hair in wanton play. They found no clue to home and name, But tied with a ribbon blue They found a package, and it held A baby's tiny shoe, Half-worn and old, a button off, It seemed a sacred thing ; With reverence they wrapped it close And tied the faded string, And laid it on the peaceful breast That kept the secret well; And God will know and understand The story it will tell Of happy times and peaceful home ' That dead tramp sometime knew, Whose only relic left him was The baby's tiny shoe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

piiyjgyi jFmSfa PRO Aucfi 2 , (TRY } Tailoring Establishrri^nt, I GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. Best Materials Fit^Guai-anteed. TO FARMERS. F*. tdL Richmond^ CASH PURCHASER OF MAIZE, IN ANY QUANTITY. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. W. C. BARKER, Practical Tailor, etc., GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. SUITS TO MEASURE FROM £3 3s. FIT. NEATNESS, AND DURABILITY . ' . GUARANTEED. Waste Paper For SALE in any quantity at this Office. , RECEIPT BOOKS, LFTTIDLORDS AGREEI^SNTS, : BILLHEADS, POSTERS.. i / CARDS, &c., ! PRINTED at thte GAZETTE Office at almost A . moment's notice. v ; DOG FORMS. "T^OG KEGISTRATIPNI FPRMS may be ob Jii/; tdinea AT '(LIE GAZETTE Office in .|MJY quantity. Single Forms ID each. FITZROY HOTEL GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, J O H N GQU G H, ' ' 1 PROPRIETOR. ? 5 Liquors pf Firsi Quality Only in Stock. Splendid Commercial and Sample Rooms. Best Accommodation for [Families and Travellers. Spacious Stabling. READ THE GAZETTE NoW Discharging Now Discharging. IS NOW DISCHARGING FIRST SHIPMENT ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

FOOTBALL. 1 I The football match between the Went worth ' and Richmond clubs took place on Saturday, and i as it was the last match of the season, drew a | ! good number of spectators, and they were not disappointed, as the game was the most exciting of , the season, and resulted in a draw, each side 1 scoring 4 points Richmond, as usual, played 3 short, and if it had not been for the splendid 1 tackling of the locals, they would have suffered I defeat. Tierne/ got no, 1 try for Richmond, after a good run round the wing, and Cohcroft took the kick at goal, but as the bail was right out on the wing it was not expected that a goal would result, nor did it, as it went over the post. Just before the conclusion of the game Tierney again got the ball, and by a splendid run, got behind the posts, but lost the ball, and it was touched down by Barker, who was following up close behind. This brought Richmond a tie with their opponents, and the ball being brought out for the kick at goal was v...

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LATE SPORTING. HAWKESBURY RACES. FIRST DAY.—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

LATE SPORTING. HAWIvESBURY RACES. FIRST DAY.-THURSDAY. The following are our selections for the Hawkes bury Guineas and County Purse. HAWKESBURY GUINEAS. Volley .. .. I Consequence .. .. 2 Cineron .. .. . . 3 COUNTY PURSE, RET Girl. .. .. 1 Phaon .. .. 2 The Gift .. .. .. 3 Our choice for the Handicap will be given in ! next week's issue.

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FUNERAL SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

frUNERAL SERMON. As per announcement, the Rev. William Hill improved the death of the late Miss Rochester in his sermon in the Wesleyan Church, Windsor, on Snnday evening last. The congregation was unusually large. The pulpit was artistically draped in black by Mr. E. Board. Two favourite hymns of the deceased lady were sung, viz., " At even', ere the sun was set," and " Abide with me ! fast falls the eventide." Mrs. and Miss Hill sang as a duet the hymn, " Give me the wings of faith to rise Within the vail and see," with the chorus by the full choir, " Many are the friends who are waiting to-day, Happy on the golden strand ; Many are the voices calling us away To join their glorious band." The singing was both pleasing and effective. The Rev. W. Hill took a rather singular text, the words being, " Mnason, of Cyprus, an old disciple." Acts 21, 16. The sermon was original and entertaining. Mnason's name was not in the Eleventh of Hebrews, which had been termed the .' Westminster Abbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 September 1888

Wanted. A BOY, about 15 or r6, for Orchard WorJ?; Apply, C. WISBEY, Windsor. - Wanted, AGENFRAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. SAMUEL HOSKISSON, Windsor. Quoits and Skittles^ ON FRIDAY next, the day between the Hawks bury Races, a Sweepstakes QUOIT MTACH with added money, will be played for at Mr. M. KF.LLV'S, FARMERS' HOTEL, CLARENDON. Skittles on the Ground. JOHN 3. BUSBY, PENINSULA TANNERY. tit" Highest Prices given for Hides, Bark, Skins and Tallow. SKATING. GRAND PLAIN & FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL, IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, WINDSOR, ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. LADIES' TICKET, 2s. GENTLEMAN'S TICKET, 2s Gd. J. HESFORD.

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