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POETRY. A CURIOUS LIFE POEM. [SELECTED FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
POETRY. A CURIOUS LIFE POEM. STtLFCTKO FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS.] 1. Why all this loil for triumphs of an hour ? 2. Life's a short summer, man a flower ; 3. liy turns we catch the vital breath and die. The cradle and the tomb, alas ! so nigh, 5. To he is better, lar, than Dot to be, 6. Though all men's life may seem a tragedy. 7. But light cares speak, when mighty griefs are dumb, S. The bottom is but shallow whence they come. &lt;3. Your fate is but the common fate of all, TO. Immingled joys here to no man befall, 11. Nature to each allots his proper sphere; 12. Fortune makes folly her peculiar care. 13. Custom does often reason, over-rule, 14. And throw a cruel sunshine on a fool, 15. Live well, how long, or short permit to Heaven. 16. They who forgive most, shall be most for forgiven. 17. Sin may be clasped so close, we canaot see it's face. 18. Vile intercourse, where virtue has not place, 19. Then keep your passions down, however dear. 20. Tho' pendulum betwixt a smile and ...
QUARTELY[?] ZE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
QUARTERLY [I The quarterly pri# Saturday last, with tbtj Names. 500} Corporal Bell . $ Private H. Cupitt . it Corporal Cambridge i Lieutenant Andersoni Private F. Cupitt & Private E. Butler ij Private W. Toomey iSj Private Jas. Davis iS Lieutenant Pye 8 The first five men tab :E SHOOTING. ooting took place wing results 6ooyds H'cps on Tl. 60 59 56 53 49 46 44 33
HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. The following report for the past week is kindly furnished by the Superintendent, Mr. Mayer: - Admitted .. .. 6 Discharged .. .. ... 4 Remaining in Hospital .. ..11 Remaining in Asylum .. ..21 Outdoor patients .. .. .. 1 Outdoor relief .. .. 18 Total number on society's books .. 51 Mr. Robert Bennett, considering his very severe injuries, is progressing satisfactorily.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
Harry Moses paring to go in The return School and Pit by the former. On Monday C.C. (Sydney) ( picked from the team will com Mellish, W. Da T. Hancock, J, J. Chandler, P.j Mr. \V. R. Cobc visitors;. A firs&lt; commences at u tICKET. chaiflpion batsman, is pre r scoring again this season. ' between Windsor High i-n Public School was won it Fairfield, John Hunter's y conclusions with a team sor Albion C.C. The local -Messrs A. Hannabus, E. i. Tuckernian, L. Barnett, tut, G. Dickson, H. Marr, »y, F. Hannabus, J Nagel. ivill provide lunch for the match is anticipated, play P
[?]RTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
To-day (Sty at Mr. Johns comprises ^ Cross, and Joj has been preps that the spoi roll up. Mr. W. Fo, Kinpf, the hurj Abercorn v tralian Peer z, )BTING\ TURF. , a race meeting will be held >jtt Town. The committee Gosper, B. Hall, Hessian, soda very good programme it the occasion. It is. hoped tnblic in the vicinity will is now the owner of Last iff' i Craven Plate, with Aus eQueen 3.
WINDSOR QUARTER SESSIONS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
WINDSOR QUARTER SESSIONS. TUI-.SDAV, OCTOBER 2. This court was opened on Tuesday, before His Honor Judge McFarlane. Mr. Coffey was the Crown Prosecutor, and Mr. Beaver recoi ding clerk. Mr. Becke, P.M., and Mr. J. B. Johnson occupied seats on the Bench. Mr. W. Walker was the only solicitor present. THEFT. William Henry Marlin was charged with having on May 22, at Richmond, stolen a letter, contain ing 42 postage stamps, the property of the l'ost master-General. Prisoner, a young man, pleaded guilty, and Mr. Walker appeared on his behalf. Mr. Walker said that up to the time of the offence prisoner had borne a good character. He stated that he took the letter inadvertently and by mistake, and it was not in his possession more than a few minutes before he was arrested by Detective Abbott. Mr. Walker trusted that His Honor would deal as leniently as possible with prisoner. Mr. J. E. Onus, Mayor of Richmond, was called to give evidence as to character, and stated that he had known prison...
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
ACCIDENTS. On Monday, a very serious accident happened to Mr. Robert liennett, at a spot about three miles from Wilberforce. He was driving in a spring cart, in company with his brother, Mr. John Bennett, when the horse bolted oft" into the bush. They managed to pull the animal up, but whilst going along the road again he played up, and made things so lively that Mr. K. Hennett jumped out of the vehicle. He fell, his left leg bent under him, and broke at the .inkle, splitting up the leg. He was taken to the Wimls >r Hospital, where he is steadily mending. On Tuesday, whilst Mr. S. Mason was driving into town, and when nearing the Fitzroy Bridge, his horse bolted. Mr. Mason, in his endeavour to pull the refractory equine in, was dragged over the dashboard, and fell down between the buggy snafts, and in dangerous proximity to the horse's heels. He hung on to the reins, and eventually stayed the mad course of the beast. Mr. Mason, luckily, was not injured further than being the reci...
WINDSOR DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
WINDSOR DISTRICT COURT. THIS Court opened on Wednesday before his Honor Judge M'Farlane. The only barrister pres ent was Mr. Cofiey. The solicitors were Messrs Walker, Neilson, Richardson, Urquhart, and Crommelin. A large number of undefended cases were dealt with, several others were settled, and one or two were struck out. Following isa list of the defended causes: F. ARCHER V. WILLIAM WARK. This was an action to recover £w 2s, due for work and labour done. Mr. Crommelin for plain tiff, Mr. Coffey for defendant. The facts of the case were that a contractor named Williams undertook to build a house for the defendant at Kurrajong ; plaintiff was em ployed by Williams ; before the contract was com pleted, on Oct 17, 18S7, the defendant took it out of Williams'hands, and subsequently the latter filed his schedule ; the value of the work done by Williams up to Oct 17, was over £1000 ; the money claimed by plaintiff was due prior to this date ; and the contention of plaintiffs counsel w...
SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
J5NAKES. . Mr. Tv Collison, whilst walking across Bow man's Paddock, near the Chain of l'onds, one day bst week, saw a huge snake sitting up on a clear space before him. He had a gun with him |not the snake, hut Mr. Collison), and in a moment that ophidian was stretched out, with its. bead blown completely off. It measured 6 feet 2 inches, and was 8 inches in diameter at its broadest p;irt. Mr. Collison is having 5J feet of the skin tanned, and it will be on view when that operatic n has been performed. ^ The >best country 'sjiake yarn that we have heard comes from the iPfenrith A KG us office :-We have on view at our office, one of the most won derful sights we have seen for a very long while, and one that requires to be seen to be be lieved. This is the gizzard of a fowl, in which tan be distinctly seen here and there portions of a snake; which appears tob| abput 18 inches long. The gizzard * is expended ?to an enormous size and was nearly bursting when brought to us by Mr. J. ...
PHRENOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
PHRENOLOGY AND PHYSI OGNOMY. [CONTINUED.] The following is a report of a lecture delivered by Mr. Nash, of Windsor Grammar School : - Heiw let me ask, can we note the temper of a man by his outward appearance ? We shall find this can be done by Physiognomy further on. The weeping veteran of Waterloo is firmness to the death iiself in Spain, for an order was given to hang | amy soldiers found guilty of plunder; Oliver Cromwell was likewise firm. Napoleon was firm to cruelty, for he saw his order obeyed, which obliged two of his regimen to to slay each other, that his wife might see a battle. Palmer was a noted murderer, who slowly poisoned his wife for her money. In these two last instances, strange as it may seem, benevolence was large. Napoleon was kind in private life, Palmer gave largely to charities while engaged in murder. Temper is seen and measured by the size of the angle from the eyebrow to the car, and thence to the nose and base of braim. A lad brought to a phrenologist f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
Board & Residence. GENTLEMAN can have First-Class BOARD and RESIDENCE in private family &lt;z). Nice neighbourhood. Apply Office of this paper. Windsor L censing Court. THE usual Quarterly LICENSING COURT will be held at the Court House, Windsor, on MONDAY, 15TH OCTOBER Instant, at 10 a.m. W. H. H. BECKE, P.M. Licensing Magistrate. Court House, Windsor, 6th October. 1888. WINDSOR BICYCLE CLUB A Skating Carnival (To augment the Funds of the above) WILL BE GIVEN SHORTLY. See future announcement. School of Arts, WINDSOB. A GRAND GOUCBH/T (In aid of Improvements to St Joseph's Convent) WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1888. ADMISSION : Front Seats, $>; Back S^ats, 2s. ',By Order of ihe lidrtgagees. Valuable Block of Land, George ; street, Windsor. W. GOSPEB Has received instructions to sell by Public Auction, \T GOUGH'S FITZROY HOTEL, WINDSOR, ON SATURDAY, 10th day of NOVEMBER, 1888, At 2 O'clock, THAT centrally-situated BLOCK of LAND, containing 33 p...
WEDNESDAY HALF HOLIDAY. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
WEDNESDAY HALF HOLIDAY. (TO THE EDITOR.) SIR,-I notice in your last issue that there is some one who signs himself " Gyges," who is not in favour of the Wednesday half holiday. I am of opinion that the gentleman has not studied both sides of the question, or he would not have been mad-headed enough to have had his letter inserted. Anyone with an atom of common sense ought to be able to see that a half holiday in the middle of the week would be more benificial to the employees, physically, than knocking off at 6 o'clock, and then studying or improving the mind reading. I think that if a man is in a shop all day and does a fair amount of work, he wants recrea tion that will do him good physically, not men tally ; he does not want to be (after leaving his business) studying or reading ; he has enough to do to keep his brains going all day, studying the requirements of the' "people, and how he, shall serve them best. He wants outdoor exercise, arid this he would get if we only had the l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
SPRING SEASON (Ex P. & 0. R.M.S. " Coromandftl," from London, now discharging). GREENWELL -AND TOWER3 BEG respectfully to intimate that the are open ing their FIRST SHIPMENT of SPRING GOODS. They invite especial attention to the varied as sortment of Dress Materials, consisting of Zephyrs, Drillettes, Flannelettes, Cambrics, Nun's Cloths, Ecartes, Beiges, Cashmeres, &c., in all the new Shades and designs. The different Departments will be fully replen ished with Seasonable Goods, as our ship ments are Larger this season than hitherto. 13" Notice of Shipments to follow will be given duly. GREENWELL -AND TOWERS, IMPORTERS (Next Post Office). To STAND THIS SEASON AT MULGRAVE. Terms each Mare: The Imported Coaching Stal lion "PERFECTION" Thoroughbred Stallion "TESTATOR" Imported Draught Stallion "THE BEAU" Chestnut Pony "FRED" (great prize-winner in Queensland) by " The Don" (imp.) Bay Pony " CUPID" (win ner of Champion Prize at late Singleton Show)-by " Willie" IS" Redu...
CYCL ING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
CYfl The Sydney Bicyclei to Windsor to-day |S( arrive about 6 p.m. 1k journey on Monday m® The following handia] connection with the . meeting next Saturdajlf Three-ija W. Pendergast W. Mortley ... R. Bolton C. Ireland L. Berckelinan V. Horwood ... F. Teale T wo-and-H' W. Pendeigast \V. Mortley P. Bolton... L. Byckelinaii.. V.'HecwOtxi p b have arranged a run day), and expect to .rill start on the return ;? have been allotted in isor Bicycle Club's noon : r Mile. ... Scratch. ... no yds. - >35 » ... ho " ... 140 " ... 190 " ... aoo " ter Mile. ... Scratcji. ... ' 1 miii 1 min 15 sec 1 niin 15 sec 1 min 15 sec 1 min 50 sec
TALES, SKETCHES, &c. "LOVE CONQUERS ALL." CHAPTER VIII—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
TALES, SKETCHES, &c. "LOVE CONQUERS ALL" CHAPTER VIII-CONTINUED. Nina gave it to him, not daring to look at him; and then, feeling that one more such look must end in an explosion, she retired to a sofa by the window, and took refuge behind a friendly copy of the TIMES. ' Yes, as I said,' continued Mr. Vane, * he has a brother; but I am afraid there is a great difference between them. I have always heard the highest character given to Sir Hugh D'Eyncourt, both as regards his public and private life.' "Is the brother not like him ?' asked Leslie, in an interested tone, as if ex pectant of the sweet morsel of scandal that was coming, and as if he was pre pared to sympathize most deeply in the family troubles of the D'Eyncourts. * Like him? Oh, no! Far from it. I believe his is anything but an exem plary character. Very handsome and fascinating, I am told, which is the greater pity where the character is so de fective.' &lt; How unfortunate for the brother !' said Lesli...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak me fair ril tell you news, inaitiereiu good to either. The Press is a mighty institution-and don't you forget it. Out in the back country the proprietor of a newspaper is invested with am importance ?in the eyes of the inhabitants far exceeding that ?enjoyed by all the kings and queens in the universe.- whilst the editor who cannot get drunk six times a day without the spree costing him a red-cent of a headache, must either be a staunch felue-ribbonite or a fooL The carrying capacity of these "care-wora writers for the press," as Kendall called them, is thoroughly tested., and when editors die after a long experience of bucolic journalism, their remains are generally stacked away in a harness cask in one corner of the samctum, op to their necks in the spirit which they loved so well in life. How many good men have gone the way of all flesh during the past few years, yet how many arrant duffers hare been left behind, to disgust the ne...
CHARLES HARPUR, POET. A WINDSOR NATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
CHARLES HARPUR, POET. A WINDSOR NATIVE. It will no doubt be interesting to most of our readers to learn some facts-which we gleaned from the son of the poet with whom we were acquainted some years ago - concerning one who was born within the confines of their own town, and who, during the few short years of an eventful life, made a name for himself in the world of literature which should stand the test of all time. In regard to Australian writers, those who have best attained to name and fame are foi the most part not of colonial birth. Adam L. Gordon, Brunton Stephens, and Mar cus Clarke, for instance, were born and educated in other lands. Kendall was an Australian, and so was Charles Harpur, who is probably the greatest in his poetic instincts and genius that Aus tralia can yet claim as born and bred on her own soil. His nature was proud and sensitive. He needed intellectual sym pathy and companionship, but the cir cumstances of his life drove him to sell communion and self-judgm...
Special Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 6 October 1888
Special Prizes. The Proprietor of the W. and R. GAZETTE offers the following prizes to those who care to make an effort towards securing them : ios 6d for the best acrostic on the " W. and R. Gazette." 10 6d for the most meritorious verses written on " The Hawkesbury." 2is for the best short Christmas story. In the case of the two first competitions, the productions of competitors must be sent to " The Editor, GAZETTE," not later than October 31, when, after the prize has been awarded, the suc cessful contributions and such others as the Editor may deem worthy, will be published. The name and address, with nom-de-plume of the writer, must be attached to each contribution. The competition for the Christmas story will remain open until the last day in November. The rules applying to the other competitions must also be observed in this case. Mr. J. O'Kelly, M.P. for North Ros common, who was arrested in Mark-lane on Tuesday night, has (writes the London correspondent of the Manchester ...