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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
HAWKESBURY RACKS. HHHE WINDSOR BANKS will CLOSE at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday and Monday, thc 27 and 2!Hh inst. Ry order of thc Managers. Q_ O V E Ii N M E N T ti. A f L \V A Y S. HAWKESBURY RACES. 27th and 29th August, le>M. TICKETS ar ex.-nrsion rates will be issued at ad station» to Clarendon from the 2i!th till the l",t.h August (J>oth days inclusive), ava.labio foi ?return for distance of 15n miles an I under until the Soi h August, and for distances over 156 miles until the 12th September, inclusive. TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. SPECIAL TRAINS will leave Sydney for thc Race- course on tlie above, dales, at it.:!.", 10.25, and lo.55 a.m.. ret nrn i i ig from the Ciareud ui at 4.45, 4.55, aud 5.5 p.m. The first two Specials leaving Sydney on the above nientioned dates at '.I.Ü5 .in i lo.25 a.m. res- pectively, will con.- st of .second eia-s earriages only. And the fares for the double journey will bo as follows : From Sydney ... ... ... 4s. Od. Granville and Panama: ta ... 3 6 Bla...
UNSPORTSMANLIKE "SPORT." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
UNSPORTSMANLIKE "SPORT." IT is imposible to denounce too strongly the increasing pugilistic tendencies of the larrikin element, as indicated by the numerous affrays reported during the last few days, in two in- stances with fatal results. Although in former times the English prize ring could boast a con - siderable share of aristocratic patronage, it was too large prevaded by this spirit of blackguard bruta ity, to possess achance of retaining the favour of the more respectable classes of the community, and although the combat between Tom Sayers and Heenan saved for a moment the fading glories of the pugilistic art, it could not stay their rapid decline. At the present moment the English prize ring, such as it is, is supported only by the lowest and most unruly classes of the community, the very dregs of the English people, and possesses not the slightest claim to public consideration, although a cer- tain class of so-called sporting papers,-jour- nals which seek to increase their p...
The Chinese Question. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
The Chinese Question. As there are many of ovir readers who do no: see the daily papers, we re-publish the subjoined letter of our respected townsman, the Rev. H. Mack, from the S. M. Herald : T.i THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD. Sir,-A more unjust andy in fact, suicidal piece of legislation has rarely been heard of than that now attempted by the present Goverumcnt in référence to Chinese immigra- tion. Nothing less than a degree of infatua- tion, peculiar, perhaps, to a Ministry fu ly conscious of its strength, could prevent it from seeing that such an attempt to appease the clamour of one class by cruelly imposing disa- bilities and penalties on another, wuuld be sure to induce reaction, if not retribution. To account lor the absurdity ol' this measure in any other way is difficult to conjecture. However, the illusion, if such it be, is soon likely to be dispelled. What by the powerful advocacy of the leading journr l, * and thc uiasieily and eloquent address of Mr. Dalley ii fore thc Le...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
LOCAL AND GENEBAL. PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER.- Thc latest I appointments for this district are Mis? Marr I Perry, North Richmond ; and Mr. Albert Owens, both Pupil Teachers. TRUSTEE.-Mr. H. N. Bowd has been gazetted a trustee of Wilberforce Common, for unexpired portion of three years from January, 1880, vice Dunstan resigned. RESERVES.-There are seven reserves in the County of Cumberland (13,389 acres) under the supervision of Forest ilaugers J. McKcown and J. Noakes. LICENSING.-For the past licensing year tho publican s licenses in force ni undermen- tioned districts were as under : -Sydney, 861 ; Parramatta, 38 ; Windsor, 22 ; '¡.he total for all the districts in the colony bring 2405, or about one house for every 300 souls of the population. THE HEATHEN CHINEE.- A Chinaman was brutally assaulted down Parramatta way last week, by a larrikin, for which their wor- ships, Messrs. Stewart, J. Taylor, and Cox, gave him his desserts, viz..-£3 fine, and nearly £2 in costs- That's the way to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
THE HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPEE, Conducted on Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury - District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ... 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. ... T's 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. TERMS or ADVERTISING : o. , ( Five lines or under ... ls. T _3 &lt; Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Insertions. | Fifteen lines " 10 ... 3s. TwopeBce per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKIT AT THE FOLMJ-WING RATES PER QUARTER. fOne inch space ... £0 10 0 Long Term. &lt; Two " ,, ... 10 0 I^Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only ...
PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
PINS. Cum grano salis. Mark Tw.iin, in one of Ins latest works, conies down heavy on the pat sous, thusly : " The clergyman even reads tin1 hymn Everybody h is a hymn book now, and so the j public reading is no longer necessary. It is ¡ not merely unnecessary, it is generally pain- ful ; for tae average clergyman could not lire into his congregation with a shot-gun and hit a worse reader than himself. . . . One would think he would at least learn how to read the Lord's Prayer, by-and-by, but it is not so." Now this is warm on the ministers ; j and I would like to suggest that the long winded extemporaneous, and dry-as-dust dis- courses, need the lash (rom tile same writer. Charles Dickens, some years before his death, went to a Sunday night service at the Brit- tannia Theatre, at Hoxton, and the following week there appeared in AU the Year Round some scathing remarks on this same long winded arrangement. The sermon might be very good, h. thought, but he failed to see that ail the wo...
THE j Inwkesburg Chronicle AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 27 August 1881
THE j MinuIiTGlrnnj CJnnrirlf. \ AND FAR1IET18' ADVOCATE. HA TUli DA Y, AUGUST ¿7, 1881. CONSPICUOUS hy their alaine-at the public meeting held at the !>cn. .ol of Arts, in the Licensing Question the other night-were those persons who may be considered, by their social status and influence, the leading men of the town. As the meeting was, to all intents and purposes, a political one as well as moral, we think the presence of our rincipal laymen was naturally expected. The fact of several ministers of religion having been there, did not constitute a particularly religious gathering, these gentle- men were invited, aud the}r, to th ir honour, attended in the cause of huniauity ; a.id, it strikes us, that it would have been nothing discreditable in those we have alluded to had they taken part for the same reason. With regard to the amendments to the Licensing' Bill now before Parliament, as set forth in the petition read at the meeting, we may say with others, we have strong doubts ...
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
Windsor Markets. S : polios ar" i »'¡ ? . : 11 j f ¡ 11. nit.! eeerytl,' Ü_' i:as a d >\\-;:- | v..iendenc. . UM We. I :e-s lav Hs. vas ¡"re. ly _ >",i i'tir maíz" ai ii; - wa.tri. let; i' ..'¡'i it"! Jas: ! aa', as sn li j, .i i!, i .pt eat 1 .-a - wi i I sh- ta- : - Maize, from ... ... ... 2s. '.il. io 2s. lo,!. (tra: y-s .;,s. nd. -,, (ls. nd. Uniter ... ... ... ls. :.,]. to ls. lt.I. F.pjrs ... ... ... (ls. 7&lt;l. to (ts. S.l. Fowls ... ... ... 3s. nd. to os. ii a Windsor. Septeuilier 2.
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
Railway Time-table. f.care SYDNEY for lîi erstoue \ .Mi^rave ! 9.0 A.M.; 5.20 P.M. Saturday add.. Windsor ). 1.45 P.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All Clarendon | set down at Clarendon.) Kiehwiond I Loare for SYDNEY from KicLinnind...7.15 A.M. ; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., (1.10 P.M. (Sets down or pieks up at Claren- don.) Windsor."7.27 A.M.; 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., (>.ô2 P.M. Mulgrave...7.3" A.M. ; 4.If) P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 P.M. ltivers.1 one...7-52 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Blacktown...S.20 A.M.; 4."9 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M.
POLLED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
POLLED CATTLE. ACCORDING to fVrs'ern Farm and H&lt;>me, " tue popularity ot polled cattle is rapidly incn-asin r," and the e litor hopes to see this breed take the place of horne ! animals in all the choice her ls of K m sas and Nebraska; an example which would in course oí time cause the substitution of the gentle mul- ley " for the '* dangerous Texan " by the boders of the territories. The advantages of this change he sumí up as follows: " There seems to be no question that polled cattle cati be bred at lc;tst ten percent, cheaper than the horned. They are harmless as sheep anti exceeding!v tractable. They eai be transported to market at less cost and much more comfort to themselves than the h «med. When slaughtered their meat always brings the top price, anti their hides, being entirely exempt from holes and scars m ide by the horns of their associates, ta:so b mg more money. It would seem as though t!ie iniroriuction of such a breed wes a matter »t naii med ¡!:¡p irt'...
Arrival of river Craft at Windsor Wharf. MONDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
Arrival of river|Craft at Windsor Wharf. MONDAY, AIIOCST 20. Sn rali. Jane, from Colo. Maze aud sundries. (Eales.-) %m»ia M nt Mn. from the Macdonald. SLi'zc and suiidries. (B irusdorff.) , Wrfcoinr H outr, from Wiseman's Ferry. Maize,' poultry, and sundries. (Douglas.) Vi.-iarht. from Colo. Maize, aidons, and suti . t\-\.&lt;. (.Wall.) WEiivEsnAr, A.rm;ST %\. A!:na, steamer, from St. A!hans. Maize, orange«. ]i :;i:ry. artd situdries. (Jurd.) V'"'", fnun the Colo. Ma /.e. eire's, and Suudr'e«. ( üveriiitrham.) Victor;/, trout the Macdonald. Maize, j tot:! «ry, 0-__rf. f.nd sundries. (.1 >ii'--.) E&lt;II¡)IY*«. fnru the Colo. Maize, poultry, i¿f. (Sandy.) TltrRSDAY. F-UPTEMRI'R 1. I S.S. h'm. fro:n the Macdonald. Maize and s-ni- j dries. tliioWr.) j Af a id &lt;>/ Kri-i. fre-n th«' Macdonald. Ma'z-. | ¡uultry, ly's ic. (_.\ioi-ris.)
Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
Windsor Postal Time Table. A rri ve r . '.ii - j Sydney.. M.m.i.iy. T,u«=.l-.y, Wedn-sday. Thurs hy, I'; iiav, S.¡taro; v. iii 1 !. '.U a.ni. .mil ,'.:!« 11.111. J , -, .. i.. M. .. '.:?> Tu-s., v. \\\-d!n--d:&lt;y, 'I i ¡"ur«. | day, Friday, S.u iii-1 iv, a. Ii.-';" a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rica?nimd...y&lt;. tday. Tti"s ,-, Wednesday, Thurs i.ay. 1- t i i. ? , Saturday. ..: S a.m. and I p.m. Pit: T I« n...>!.>: day, S p.m. : Tu- -tay, 'Ved.iesday, ? ,.]'> [i.m.: !hiir--i.i\. ]>.in. : Fri ¡av, Satur- day , :i. 1.: p.m. Wu1 ie . a>; ce ... Uoaday. H.t -. ¡.m. : Tues lay, 7 p.m. V-':? 1.1 ?.-?=;? i. i ?? -, p.ll: ; Tn .11 s I-iv, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.1": p.m. ; .-day. 7 p.m. Fd.'.ck !«vn ... M ;-iel iy. Tn- - 'V, Weinend,ty, Thurs- day, Fridav. >nii;-i!ii. t 1 1 .-'ill a.m. Rivet-Lune .. Monday, Tu.' - : ¡y, We.'aes,l:.y, Thurs- I d ;y, Kl . ? . Saliit-d ,y. ,r 1 I a.m. Muiip-.n e .. Munday, Tu .?.ay, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Fri lay,«isaiur.i.iy at 7-&am...
A BIG COW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
A BIG COW. Posey C ninty, Indiana, U.S., claims to have raised the largest cow in the worid. Her name is Lady Pasey : bree I, mixed Durham and big English. Her measure- ments are : - Greatest height, 5 feet lu inches; girth, 8 feet 9 inches; length, 10 feet 6 inches ; or. including tail, 17 feet. Her form is good ; and, though n »t fat, she weighs 3000 pounds. Her colour is red and white, red predominating. Age, six years. Her present owner lives in Stark. County, j Illinois.-Scieniißc American
WOMEN SHOULD RAISE POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
WOMEN SH'UM.D RAISE POULTRY. TUE r.MMMg of poultry may bj called a domestic art, pertaining immeoi.itelv to the occupation of a woman. A hen to a m,i;i is a fearfully fretfu! creature. SE ist metí can- not stand the noiV», and especially the un- ceasing motion and nervous restlessness of their own children, much less the perverse love of mischief in a cunning old hen. Smite one tells an amusing story of a man trying to drive a sitting lien bick to her nest. Alter two or three ineffectual attempts he makes up Iiis mind sue shall go in-anti what a time they have of it! Over the porch, under the house, and into the garden slie goes ; old shoes, bits ot wo vi, and tin cans follow her at every turn, while he yells and s .e cackles until he gives out exhausted, wipes his satu ! rated face, puts on his coat, and goes down town to his legitim ite business of quarrel ai rover "trades" and bossing the clerks. Now, see how easily his wife handles that he:;. She approaches the hen gently, calli...
Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 September 1881
Agencies. T.':' un-'.-sr ?.?.l'i-.-u ! ar" -mr a|i;>o"nto&lt;l Adonis it;. - IM »*:» -rt . :». »' >'>-:-.>í't. &lt;'Vm'-tf. 'Y.\;,:A.I r::. ?? i &lt;&lt;-.¡i!i >.¡i iii. S « t:"i-J».T. ?'?¡i-i f.M IN:)-Mrs. Win:.-.-, ^t.i/.'k . >por. Vi';i.;: f:i i.i:i-i:.K.i\viu J. W MK-;. Vi ir i.M \ -" > ! líüKY. - ii -. 'i Siluvkt'op«?. C.:.- ? jv - M.; J. Waiker.