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

COURSING. A two ciiys meeting will be held at Bathurst August J nrnl 2. Kosehill meeting takes place to-dny.

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

SCISSORS AND PASTE. AND tfiero in tiic privacy of liis sanctum (lie colonel sat, and ftlitt-tl liis paper with pivdatory shears and a dishonest, paste pot.-Mas Adder f \ The First ' ' ?''??? Issue ' Of Ihe Windsor And Richmond Gazette. Salaam. Cable all right again. Rosa's new buildings an acquisition to Windsor. So is the row erected by Mr. Pitt. Send in your names, intending subscribers. German Charlie doing a roaring trade; the owners of conveyances at Riverstone doing ditto. Mr. B. Richards enterprise has been the making of Riverstone. The meat works there are unsur passed for size and cleanliness in the colony. "Our Boys" Minstrels are in rehearsal for another show. Good luck to them. R. W. Emerson says that " there is no country in the world in which so absolute an homage is | paid to wealth as in England." Australia runs a good race with the old country. " Real men recognise real men all over the world-it's only your shams who,fence and spar." -Bret Harte. The Russian people ...

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

TURF. 1 he following strings ot hrrses arc now in work at Clarendon getting ready for the ensuing races : Mr. Albert Cornwell's Folly: Pet Girl, Upper Cut, Blarney, Marinea, and Hester. Mr. John Corn well's : Saturn, Odd Stocking, nnd Hengist. Mr. W. Dargin's : Billy Boy and Sugar Candy. The two latter are undergoing treatment for the first time, being two-year-olds. They are promising colts, the first being by Goldsborough from Colina, and the latter by Sweatmeat from Artistic. The studbook discloses the fact that the last named horse has three strains of Sir Hercules, two of Little John, and the same number of the re nowned Flying Dutchman of English fame. He should be heard of in racing circles at no distant date.

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LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 17. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Yeo.) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 17. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Yeo.) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Mary Smith was charged with cruelty to a mare by overdriving her in a spring cart. It ap- peared from the evidence of Constable Grace that defendant had six passengers in the vehicle, and was driving at racing speed in order to pass other conveyances. Fined 5s and 5s 6d costs. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. C. W. E. Bedford v. Maurice Fitzgerald. Com- plainant and defendant gave evidence, the latter denying the use of the language complained of. There being no corroborative testimony, the case was dismissed. DRUNK. One defendant was charged with having been drunk on the Riverstone and Blacktown Road. When he appeared before the Bench he was still in his cups, and was ordered to be locked up. Case postponed until Friday. Another defendant was fined 5s and 2s 6d costs, or 48 hours, for a similar offence at the same time and place.

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HORSE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

HORSE RACING. Two races are to be run at the Hawkesbury course to day between three and four o'clock, one between Mr Penton's horse Jacko, and Mr. Dunster.- F .iry for ^25 aside, and the other be tween a horse of Mr Johns and one belonging to Mr I'owell for £25 aside. 'l'here is also some racing at Titt Town during the afternoon, when an event .will be run off be tween Chaseling's Beehive and Johnson's horse, for £5 aside.

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POETRY. A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

POETRY. A FRAGMENT. A sweet-scented flower of rose red hue Pluck'd in its youth from a thorny stem   Pluck'd when each pirtrii djkv, Shone forth in the sun like a liquid gem Despoiled at the hour when its fragrent breath   Fell on the young morn as a sweet perfume ;   Destined to die a long lingering death In an earthenware vase in the writer's room. Pluck'd from its stem, this star of the earth, By the hand of a maiden radiant and fair — A picture bi.*:su!f<;of rni'ti befuilyfaml >^rtl}, Willi {mart jus^asllighl ,'is niflHrn'sjfoamiy air. ('.lit oil'from life in (he spring of its bloom, When its breath permeated tin; heavens above And six; wild accomplish')! the red robe's doom, Sent it far, faraway on admission of h<\ e. ****** Yes lading- its leaflets once bright ruby red, Now yellmv and sere, arc Calling apart, The King of tin: Koses is dying is dead Yet the halmy odour which came h um its heart, Still lovingly ling...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 19. (Before Messrs. William Lamrock and Joseph E. Onus, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 21 July 1888

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 19. (Before Messrs. William Lamrock and Joseph E. Onus, J.'sP.) Edward Mahon, for making use of pro fane language in March-street on the 10th instant, pleaded not guilty. The evidence of Senior-Constable M'Neely, Elizabeth Ferguson was taken, and the Bench, considering the case proved, fined defendant £5. in default three months in Windsor Gaol. He was im prisoned. Parliament to be protogued next Tuesday. The country will then be over-run by political sharks And bellows-blowing nonentities.   Alick Bowman should visit his constituents during the recess.  

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

TURF. The race which was to have taken place at Pitt Town on Saturday last between Williams' horse and Chaseling's Beehive did not eventuate, Mr. Williams forfeiting. Rosehill Race Meeting to-day. The half-mile race on Saturday last between Mr. Penton's Jacko and Mr. Dunston's Fairy for /50, on the Hawkesbury Racecourse, resulted in a win for the former by about half a length. Time, 5i$sec. In the other race, a .similar dis tance, between Mr. John's grey horse and Mr. Powell's mare, the mare was declared a winner by about a length in s^Jsec. The races were at tended by a large number of sports, and the Race Club should benefit to the extent of five or six pounds. The afternoon was a most disagreeable one for an outing, otherwise, no doubt, a very large attendance would have resulted. A day's racing takes place at Colo to-day. Several Windsor and Richmond horses are being taken over to try their luck, and large fields may be expected. A full report of the meeting will appear in a fut...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

AQUATICS. On Saturday afternoon last about 100 persons assembled on Windsor Wharf to witness the scul ling match between P. Williams and C. Wood, for /2 a side. There was a heavy wind blowing, and the water was rather rough. Williams is a well built and muscular young fellow, whilst Wood, although strong. Was not anything like the reach of his opponent, and according to all accounts has not had the experience, never having handled a pair of sculls before Queen's Birthday. If this be the case he acquitted himself creditably indeed, and we may expect to hear more of him later on. The men were started by Mr. George Bushel!, of the Royal Hotel, and Wood took the lead for a short distance. Williams, who won the toss, and rowed close in shore on the Wilberforce side, soon overtook Wood, and when opposite Mr. j. Gar diner's residence the pair were on equal terms. Past Dunstan's, Williams led by a couple of lengths, and for the rest of the distance he ap peared to do pretty well as he pleas...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

CRICKET. We are glad to hear that a really strong cricket cluh is to Be organised for the ensuing season, and J it is to be hoped that the list of members will be ' larger than has ever been the case before. I Match between Australians and Cambridge Past and Present, abandoned on account of rain.

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SPORTING. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

SPOUTING. [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.] COURSING. We are glad to notice that Mr. W. Nixon, who is a great lover of coursing, and who is a very straight-going sportsman, has secured a good win at Rosehill, in the shape of the much-coveted Waterloo Cup. Following was the deciding course on Saturday last :-Mr. W. Nixon's bl and w b Lady of the Lake, Lauderdale-Caller Ou, beat Mr. S. M. Higgins' t and w d Nordenfelt, Cogent -Dinah, and won the stake. Retort won the St. Leger, and Sweetbriar the Open Stakes. A Four-Dog Stake was run off, Mr. Brownlow laying ^"35 to /20 that Bunthorne would beat Bowral. He lost, however, Bowral putting Bunthorne out in the first round, being displaced in the final by Folly, who won the Stake. What has become of the ...

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THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

THE FARMER. Salting of cows has to do with the butter's com ing, they should be salted every day : they will al ways ^at salt when they need it. Cows like cabbage leaves, but it is better to feed them just after milking, otherwise they will flavour the milk. Ten pounds of milk are required for one pound of cheese, which contains as much nutriment as two pounds of beef, free of bone. Butter absorbs unpleasant odours with re markable rapidity. Maker and dealer should pro vide a place for its storage apart from unsavoury goods. A slow, dilatory milker makes a great loss in the yield of milk, except, perhaps, when cows are going dry at the end of the season. Green fodder should never be used when wet with rain, as it frequently causes bloating, which may be fatal. The supply of fodder should al ways be a day ahead in the barn, so as to avoid gathering it in the rain. A correspondent states that dandelions in pasture form valuable food for cattle, and especially for dairy cows. Some two ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

WANTED, Little Girl to mind baby. Apply this Office. Roads Office, Windsor, 27th Jul)', 1888. FRESH TENDERS will be received up to 10 a.m. of SATURDAY, 4th August, for the undermentioned work;-Contract 12 R. Look Out Hill, Deviation-South Kurrajong. Specification can be seen at Court House, Windsor. Tenders to be endorsed on cover, "Tender for Roadwork," and addressed to the undersigned. F. G. PERCY NEILLEY, Road Superintendent. FITZROY HOTEL GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, JOHN GOUOH, PROPRIETOR. Liquors of First Quality Only in Stock. Splendid Commercial and Sample Rooms. Best Accommodation for Families and Travellers. Spacious Stabling. Cumberland produce and Live Stock SALEYARDS, GEORGESTREET, PARRAMATTA. W. A. Brodie & Co. WISH to draw the attention of the Inhabitants of Windsor and the Surrounding Districts to the fact that they hold SALES of every Descrip tion of Produce, Horses, Cows, Calves, Vehicles, Pigs, Poultry, BaConj Eggs, Butter, Lard, Honey, Cheese, Hares, Carcase P...

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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 24. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. B. Conlon and Dunstan.) DISCIPLES OF BACCHUS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 24. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs. B. Conlon and Dunstan.) DISCIPLES OF BACCHUS. Two defendants were charged with having negotiated more intoxicating liquor than they were capable of properly carrying, and they were mulcted in small amounts for their wrong-doing.

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FIRES IN THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

FIRES IN THE DISTRICT. Considerable damage was done on Mr. Bowd's property at Caddai on Saturday by a bush 6re. A great quantity of fencing and grass was de* stroved, and the fire was with difficulty got under. Whilst Mr. M'Guire was engaged in burning off at Nelson on Saturday, the wind suddenly rose, and the fire got beycnd his control, travelling with great speed, and taking everything with which it came into contact. We are sorry to learn that Mr. M'Guire is a great loser by the fire, having lost much valuable feed and fencing. On Saturday night Mr. J. J. Fye was aroused and discovered that one of his grass paddocks near Blacktown was on fire. He went out with some of his men, and after working several hours got the five under, but not before about 500 acres of grass, and a large quantity of fencing had been destroyed. On the following day, Mr. Schofield's son was burning the carcase of a horse when the wind carried sparks into the adjoining paddocks, and before the flames were ...

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FRIDAY, JULY 27. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs B. Conlon and Dunstan) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

FRIDAY, JULY (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs B. Conlon and Dunstan) VAGRANCY. A small boy was brought before the Court, but was discharged on his mother | expressing a desire to take him home I again. CARRIAGE LICENSE. A carriage license was granted to C. O. Lamb, of P arramatta. !

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WHO MAKES THE SOIL! [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

WHO MAKES THE SOIL! The scene opens with a family re hearsal, in which personal and business matters are rehearsed by a successful father, aged sixty, and an enquiring son, aged six: Son : What place is this, pa ? Father: This, my child, is a brick yard. Whose brick yard is it, pa ? It belongs to me, my child. Does that big pile of bricks belong to you, pa ? Yes, my son. Does those dirty men belong to you, pa ? No, my child; there is no more slavery in this country ; those are free men. What makes them work so hard ? They are working for a living, my son. Why do they work for a living ? Because they are poor and obliged to work. How are they so poor when they work so hard. I don't know, my child. Don't somebody steal from them what they earn ? No, my child. What makes you ask such ridiculous questions ? I thought perhaps some of that dirt got in their eyes and blinded them. But, pa, don't the bricks belong to them when they have made them. No, my child, they belong to me. What are t...

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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

Richmond News* (FKOM OUK CORIIESPONDF.XT.) ODnKEi-Lowsiui*.-At a meeting of the Rich mond Lodge of Oddfellows on Monday night last it was decided that some steps should be taken to erect an Oddfellows Hall in Richmond, and to effect this and make all preliminary arrangements the following gentlemen were elected as a sub committee, viz., Messrs. W. H. Johnson, George Cobcroft, William Mitchell, L). Mitchell, G. A. Reid, J. W. Hill, Thomas Chalmers, J tin., H. Peck, P. Miles, and K. Peck. The building will probably cost about /700, and it speaks well for the local Lodge, and shows the go ahead spirit of its brethren. I might state in reference to the finances of the Lodge that there are now 112 mem bers on the books, and a credit balance in the bank of £600. These particulars ought to be a source of some gratification to its members, more particularly when they are reminded of the fact that the Lodge has only been inaugurated four teen years. I wish them every success in their buildin...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

SYDNEY MARKETS. MAIZE.-The arrivals from the north ern rivers yesterday amounted to 5241 bags. The demand was steady for best qualities at 2s. 8d. to 2s. gd. ; other classes from 2s. 6d. OATS.-Market firm. Prime feed sorts quoted at 2. 2d. to 2.4-d* ; milling, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 5d. ; seed, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. BARLEY.-Demand continues dull at 2s. 10. to 3s. for Cape seed descriptions. BRAN and POLLARD.-Both of these articles are in fairly active request at gd. to g{d.

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Riverstone. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

Riverstone. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) BUSH FIRES.-Several bush fires have taken place around Riverstone during the past week, and much damage has resulted. Most of these have originated through the careless use of fire by smokers and others. I am sorry to learn that Mr. J. J. Pye lost a considerable quantity of grass and fencing on Saturday night, whilst Mr. Schofield suffered similarly on Monday. j OPENING OF AN ORANGE LODGE.-On Wednes day evening, the 18th instant, a branch of the Orange Institution of New South Wales was opened at the Temperance Hall, Riverstone, when several members were initiated and officers in stalled. After the usual ceremony had been con cluded, a social was organised, there being between 20 and 30 ladies and gentlemen present. Mr. Kent made a most efficient M.C. The ladies all looked charming, and danced splendidly, and special mention may be made of Miss Hayes, a little damsel, who quite captivated all with whom she came into contact by her charming manne...

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