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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL. To INTENDING SUBSCRIBERS -Those residents of the district who desire to be enrolled on our list of subscribers are reminded that the new quarter commences after next week. \Ve are not given to boasting, but we do say now, without any fear of being contradicted, that the BONA FIDE circulation of the GAZETTE already far exceeds that of any paper ever published in the Hawkesbury district, and those who feel interested may verify this statement by reference to our books In Wind sor and Richmond, in particular, the GAZETTE is widely read, whilst at all the smaller townships and settlements it is becoming very popular. We are confident that in a very short space of time we will double the very large circulation we have already secured, and this being the case, adver tisers may rely upon having due publicity given to their announcements The one great aim of the proprietory is to make the GAZETTE a really read able local paper, and that we have been successful so far is d...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Bazette. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888. THE SOUTH CREEK SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND (SJixjettc* SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, r888. "Let the; journalist defend tile doctrines of the party which lie approves; let liim criticise am] condemn the party which he does not approve : reserving always his right to applaud his opponents or censure hit friends, as the truth may require-and lie will be Independent enough for a Free Country.-GARFIELD. THE SOUTH CREEK SCHEME. IN our brief article last week we expressed sur prise that the only really practicable scheme for securing the return of the lost river trade should have received so little attention of late from the townspeople. So many schemes, all having the one great object in view, have been spread out before the eyes of the people of the district-and so many have, from time to time, been discarded as utterly impossible of consummation, that it is really refreshing to discover one which offers none of the great and almost unsurmountablc difficul ties which are the marked characteristics of its numero...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

Dr. L. G. Davidson, Windsor-street, RICHMOND, MAY BE CONSULTED DAILY, AT HIS RESIDENCE. TO FARMERS. F. J. GOW, Richmond, CASH PURCHASER OF MAIZE, IN ANY QUANTITY. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. D. Holland Is now showing a choice variety of Dress Materials ' In all the now shades, effective, durable, and cheap ; in Cotton Fabrics, the largest assortment in town, from FAST COLOR FEINTS AT TWO PENCE THREE FARTH INGS PER YARD, TO THE -AT Fifteen Pence. NOVELTIES in Cashmeres, Nun's Veiling, Plain and Striped Beiges, Esmeralda Stripes, &c. Special line in plain and check Beige at 8s lid the D^esso White and colored Embroidered Costumes From lOs 9d. Children's Cost imes, Tunics, Pina-j fores, &c., ASPLENDID ASSORTMENT. The latest novelties in black and colored Parachutes, the Husband Beater, &c. D. HOLLAND Is showing a splendid assortment of the Hibernia and Sterling Underclothing and Baby Linen, Cloaks, Hoods, &c. Ladies' Corsets. The Tandem, Y and N., Diagonal Sea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

EDWARD ATKINS, JUN., EULALIA NURSERY ERMINGTON. MR. F, LINSLEY has been appointed AGENT for the above, and is prepared to supply Fru^t Trees, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Flowering Jhants/,&cj, at reasonable 'prices, arid ait 'the sb.onistinofice.~-A - J « A Choice Selection is now on view at his l«spdence, I\|^cj|uarip3tr"eet, ^jVindsor.' RICHARDSON and NIXON, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK AND PRO DUCE AGENTS. OFFICES AND SALE YARDS'. ENGINE-STREET, HAYMA^KET, SYDNEY SALE DAYS: MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS-Fat Stock at Home bush. , WEDNESDAY's-Milch Cows, at Corporation, Yards. TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS-Calves, ! Pigs, &C., at Corporation Yards. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS-Poultry, suckers, fruit, Farm and Dairy Produce, at Sale Yards, Engine Street. DiUty*SAi-£i| OF-~Hay,, Straw* Chaff, MAxip, v^jimpldn^,i&c., at Darling HarboW RaiKvay Terminus. ALSO, of Wood, Posts, Rails, Palings, &c., at i Darling Harbour & Newtown. v'D.VYS W^»N^feDA#S OktenjJ-Iay, SGhan...

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A NEW ROUND TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

A NEW ROUND TRIP. Thvrc arc few cities in either hem isphere which possess so many holiday tosortk within easy accfess as*lbydaey, of which the harbour itself furnishes at aliiiiost > inexhaustible store. Next in importance fcoraes Broken Bay, which furnishes an ' least three distinct trips, each ofextreme beauty-one to Brisbane Water and Gosford, anpthet to Pitt Water, and a third to the Hawkesbury, with Peat's Ferry as a point de retour. Each of these rpturji tiips can be made from Sydney in a' single day, although there is so much to be seen that several days might be spent on each with immense advantage. The trip I am about to describe, however, is an entirely new one, although as soon as the new railway to the Hawkesbury is completed it will doubtless become ex tremely popular among tourists and plea^ sure-seekers of high and low degree. I know of no single day's trip which com prises such a variety of water and lands cape scenery, as will I think be "at bnce admitted when I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 22 September 1888

c H ERE! If you want GOOD VALUE for your 'Jdoney go to W. C. BARKER, Tailor, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. SUITS FROM /3 3s. A1.1. Okdfms Pijnctuau.y ATTENDED to. t.- Gentlemen's Own ?.Tnl^rinl Made Up. TRY HENRY PERRY'S Tailoring Establishment, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. P>c:,t Materials used. Fit Guaranteed. RICHMOND TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT. Edward Perry, Popular Tailor--adjoining Mr. George Eather s Railway Store, MARC 1I-STUF.ET, RICHMOND. Suits from £3 5s upwards. Fit, style, and work manship guaranteed. All materials well shrunk. R.W.COBCROFT, Tanner & Currier, NEWT O WN, WINDSOR. jSr" Highest prices given for Bark Light Hides and Tallow. JOHN 8. BUSBY, PENINSULA TANNERY. Lis" Highest Prices given for Hides, Bark, Skins and Taltow. A REALLY GENUINE TONIC, QUININES IRON * It T'll ONLY RATIONAL RESTORATIVE ' ' WHICH REALLY CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY NEURALGIA LOSSOFAPPETITE ! 1 ^TddTHAGHE LOSS! or VIGOUR NERVOUSNESS IMPAIRED VITALITY "dive . ONLY -'"SO ll D" EVE RY WH ER E Large ...

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HAWKESBURY BE[?] PLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

HAWKESBURY BE The following report September is kindly & lendent: Admitted Discharged Remaining in Hoa Remaining in Asjk Outdoor patients. Outdoor relief . Total number on! The boy L. Mitchi received severe injurii and who was admitted ASYLUM. tie week ending 6th sd by the Superin i 5 9 20 2 books .. 49 Riverstone, who has he kick of a horse, ay, is doing well.

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ST. A [?]ANS. (FROM OUR [?] [?]ESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

ST. A (FROM OUR C Mr. K. Stevenson, m to make a tour through ing atWiseman's l'trr tember ; St. Albans, | Jinishiat .Mangrove! October. Mr. Steves parts of the electorate,' tors a chance ol seeii!;; A concert of liyun1 Jubilee Hymn Booh" Chapel, on Friday, tie chapel. Through asto the attendance was not A. Walker gave notice be gone through on Tu who were unable to i them. Miss M. J. Wi The singing was veryp were taken by Mr. A and Mrs. Walker, Mis Mr. H. Smith. The < debt ihat is on the 1 Chape!. The weather has bee: and coin is coming upi the grass is making ihc fVNS. iSPONDENT.) ? for the Wollombi, is electorate, commenc Saturday, 29th Sep y, 1st October, and on Saturday the 20th s sent notices to all to give all the elec !iring him. n from the " Fisk ren in the Wesleyan st., by the choir of ain in the evening, ; as expected. Mr. : same pieces would night, to give those a chance of hearing resided at the organ, id the different parts ier and family, Mr. find M. Morris,...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

CYCLING. | AT a meeting of the members of the Windsor j Bicycle Club, held at Wheelwright's M'Quade i Park Hotel on Thursday night, it was decided to have some road races round the Park on the 14th ' October. Messrs H. M'Quade and Wheelwright , have donated prizes. Mr. W. Mortley was elected ' secretary in the place of Mr. G. H. Davies, who has left the district. It is also probable the club will have a grand skating carnival shortly to aug ment the funds

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

TURF. I Mr. Andrew Town scored two wins at the S. D. Club's meeting on Wednesday. He won the class trot and the ? handicap trot with Violetta lun, by Childe Harold. At UandwicK on Thursday Aoercorn won the Craven plate, being followed by Australian Peer and the Queen.

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PROBABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

PROBABILITY. AN' interesting" chapter of mathematics deals with the doctrine of " probability." An event ma)- happen in a certain num ber of ways ; and as all these are likely to occur on one side or the other, the odds for or against an event may be cal culated with an approach to certainty* Of course the best calculation may be upset by untoward circumstances. " Invents mock at human foresight, and nothing is certain but the untorseen." On the Hawkcsbury racing ground last Saturday week one of the colony's great sporting events was decided. Those who watched the Grand Handicap saw at least three horses carry their riders in advance of competitors, and either of them might win the race. After a few seconds the horse " Plutarch" went away from ihe others, and by all appearances he should be victor. But just then the unforseen happened, when a fourth racer, " The Queen," slipped from the rear, caught up the leader, and before people had full)' time to realise the altered con ditions,...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

AQUATICS. Neil Matterson defeated Neilson easily in the match I rowed 011 Wednesday. He won by four lengths, which mi^ht have been made 24 had he so chosen, in 25111111. ;£sec. In justice to Neilson it may be said that the course was very ' heavy. Another match will he made. Some Wilberforce money changed hands over the. event. Searle is out with a challenge to the winner of the Keinp Hanlan race. He means business. The whole or portion of the money in the AtKins-Ford | match will be put up to-:iigbt. I

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A DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

A DONATION. Thus Bob Briarroot in the Dubbo LIHERAL :-" Know all men by llu-se presents that when I, Bob Briarroot, newspaper hack and man of all work, shuffle off this mortal coil, or, in other words hand in my checks, if a doctor will give ten shillings for my carcase he is wel come to have it, and the ten shillings can go to some poor person, one shilling out of it to be invesed in a club to brain anyone who maudles at the mention of my name. Probably the club will stand in the corner until it gets the dry rot or is used to light the fire, but the other nine shillings will have done some good anyhow."

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LATE SPORTING. ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

LATE SPOUTING. ATHLETICS. The BtirranKonK Ar^iis has the following about a sporting action tried at Voting :-" It arose out of a recent footrace between A.I-Mirown and J. Conierlord, of Voting- W. Hills sue<i Thomas Uiirjjess for the recovery of the sum of £'50, which piaintifl alleged to have paid i 1 ? to defendant's hands as stakes for the race. Mr. Mercwether who appeared for tlie defendant, said, ' We do not deny having the money, we do not say it belongs to us, and we want to know to whom we have to pay it.' His Honor heaid evidence, deducted £15 for costs, and divided tiie remainder between Hills, Ken toul, Talbot, and Whitty. I)tirini» the hearing, his H01101 said, ' A11 American has advised ns never to bet on anything that talks, and I thiiiK he is right.' Ditto, here, too.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

NOW I NOW ! IN THE SPRING OP THE YEAR. IN THE SPRING OF THE YEAR. During winter, Nature wisely afrafiges that we should live on foods containing much fat, or, as they are known, hydro-carbons, for the purpose of supplying heat to the body; the chemical opera tion necessary transform fat into heat is the ex clusive work of the liver, and so during the time ?stated it is constantly congested.lasr-With the approach of the warm weather out diet changes to muscle-producingfood, and the work of the liver is much lessened. In the majority of cases, how ever it is unable to completely throw off the -excess of bile, bnt remains congested, causing that lazy tired feeling which many have in the spring months, when the weather ..becomes warm. This is evidence of an unhealthy conditio**, and .though people appreciate the necessity ot an alterative at this period, the common idea is to take drastic pills and produce a catharic effect, ?only to make matters worse. The liver must be unloaded, and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MAG RATH'S HILL, And travel through Wind sor, Pitt Town, Haulkham Hills, nnd district gere-ally, THE SPLENDID TROTTING COLT 4 VERMONT JUNIOR theTHIRD." -yi-IKMONT JUNIOR THK THIRD took ist prize at tlia * Hawkesbury district A«rinilt(ii ,il Show nf ifiNjj-and also Special Prize and 2nd Prize in iH.Sfi; also First. Parra matta, iSHO. " Verinoiid Junior the Thin!" will lie 4 years old on the 22nd of N'ovemher next, is a rir.lt bioivn, of great power, star.d.s about 15J band high, and is one of the fastest trotters in the District-as, also, was his ^rand dam. He is liy "Vermont Junior" from " Old Hunter," n. d. " Cossack." His sire is considered the most perfect saited American Trotting .Stallion yet imported to Austalia, and combines the blood of "Vermont." "Black-hawk " "Ci neral Taylor," "Morgan," and "Auurican Eclipse." Temis:- Single Mare' £2 ins ; a reduction will be made for two or more. Will stand ut Mk P. Rcddan'b, Uaulkliam one day in ' eacil .vtci..

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FRIDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

FRIDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. Three inebriates were mulcted in various sums. John Maccabe was lined £3 with 5s 6d costs for using bad language. An old man, broui;)]! up for protection, was ordered to be sent 10 the l.ivn pool Asyiuni, tile local benevolent Society paying his Idle.

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The District. Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

The District. Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE INSPECTOR OF STOCK.-The Stock Board mot on Wednesday last for the purpose of nomi nating an Inspector of Slock in the place of the late Mr. Cleeve. The applications, I understand, were numerous, and the Board, after a deal of consideration, reduced the candidates to three Messrs. A. James, C. Dargin and Wilkes-out of which number they could arrive at no decision whom to nominate. It was eventually agreed to send those gentlemen's names to the Minister, and ask him to determine which one should receive the appointment. MR. LACKEY.-I am glad to see this gentleman is on a fair way to recovery, although he is still unable to perform his duties. He has been granted holidays, and will be relieved by Mr. Bailey, who was here some three years. PROMOTION.-Mr. James M. M'Neely, once elegraph operator at Richmond, and lately operator at Nyngan, has been promoted to a similar position in the Gundagai office. Mr. M'Neely's courtesy and o...

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LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1888. (Before Mr. Becke. P.M. & Messrs Holland and J. B. Johnstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEI'TKMBEK 25th, 18SS. (Before Mr. Becke. l'.M. & Messrs Holland and I. 15. hhnstone. Dninlt. -Coll. F.a n .loud \v.13 ii ied 5s a.id cosis, .villi tile usual aaei W'a;;i s.-- JOII.I (",l>-esoii sued Peter. Lyns fo. (lie Kirn of ,'.'4 1 is. wa^es cute. Mr. Ncil~n., tbi" plaintiff, Mi. \V;i:k 11 I'm defendant, who p!i ;:ded tu 1 indi i.u d. l'laihlul st,.ti d that lir agreed to u 01 l\ iui .:I"ltini,l 111 loi till' silli> of 15s pi? 1 n 1.1 k a-nl his m ep, In: had iii.iwn a portion of what iv.«s ilr.e, uhil li.ni app'i 11 1 or I !i.? t.? 11.1 i.t>i . but 11?:f 1!11 ? lam re I iis.jil ;o pay liiin. 'Id .MI. Walkei : Witin ss did not a-1 ve. 10 m »< 1 k for del'i ne.ant witl mil v. aj.'cs, lie «,.s 1101 away lor 10 days on the spree. 1 or ilu defence, i>c lendai.t was c.il'nu, ami denied liai iiif, liirnloi e.ifM^ed pi.,i\iili to wo) k In. hi;i.. Witness in: 1 hi:n h. Sydney at tin? 1 i 111 o, am: plaimili said that lie uan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 29 September 1888

TEY JAMBS' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing Day. Tin:. can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt ^ and l'Yc.sh Water. 50 ^ > The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New- q Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest n Injury. It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds of Skin * Diseases on man or beast--such as Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Horses, ^ Mange in Dogs. Also for Curing Blight on Fruit and Flower Trees. Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse. Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is the most Remarkable of all Soaps 3'ct introduced. The pricc of it is as Cheap as the ordinary common soap. Ask your Storekeepers for it. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. JAMES, 763 George-street, Sydney. ALL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. R. W.COBCROFT, Tanner & Currier, M E W T O WW, WINDSOR. fcSr* 11 ii^Ju'st prices given for Bark Light Hi Jos and Tallow. JOHN 8. BUSBY, PENINSULA T A M M E R Y. fcsf* Highest Tri...

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