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THE SCAVENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
THE SCAVENGER. *' Be thou farailiar, but by no means vulgar-'*' The public are cautioned that L the Sca- venger, of Richmond, am the author of th©* following dialogues founded on fact, and any one using them without my permission will be prosecuted with the utmost rigor,o£ an author's rights. DiAiiOGUE I.-Scene, Post-office in Haw- kesbury District. Expectant Passenger - raps for soma' (]f minutes. Saucy Assistant.- "Oh, Lord! Fm coming. Don't be in such a thundering hurry; because when we're busy in ihô~*-ç,. next room we'll not come ; let you be who ¡¿J » you WÜL there's nothing for you." DIALOGUE 11.-Scene, March-sfcaet afc- Z ighfc. - s jft^i Jovial Passenger.-" Aid. Price, I believe you *were at variance in the Council Chambers to-night?" Aid. Price.-" Worse than that, alas! I was &lt; at bay.1 " I am one who tries to make his word his bond; therefore I attended the concert at Richmond. Having received fearful ad- monitions relative to crowding out, I used mv utmost end...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPT. 13TH, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, SEPT. 13TH, 1881. Messrs. J. M. McQuade and J. B. Johnstone J.'s.P. were on the Bench, but at IO o'clock Mr. McQuade left his seat, stating that he'd wait ten minutes to see if another magistrate would arrive. There were two cases only on for hearing, the principa! of which was The Municipal Council of Windsor v. George Louis Asher Davies, for infraction of Municipalities Act of 1867 ; and Mr. McQuade, no doubt, had his own reasons .for not sitting in this case. At any rate, by half-past ten a third magistrate had not appeared, and as Mr. McQuade did not make his re appearance, Mr. Davies asked ths sitting magistrate to proceed with the case, he had be_jn summoned to attend at 10 o'clock, and it was half-past that hour-besides delay meant expense to him. Mr. Johnstone was quite willing to proceed if the C.P.S., Mr. W. H. H. Becke, J.P. would also sit. This, Mr. Bt-cke declined to do, and gave no reason why he declined. Under the circumstances the case w...
PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
PINS. . Cum grano salis. ABOUT the very wors* bit of bigotry that has come under my notice for many a long day is a letter appearing in the Weekly Advo- cate, which we read sometimes after we have got through the Bulletin, signed by one J. B. Youdale, and has reference to a service he attended at St. Andrew's Cathedral Sydney. He says " there is no place like home," and thinks the ways of the Wesleyan Methodists are par excellence. He finds fault with the singing, which is not so " soul-stirring" as in their own conventicles ; and the whole service was " ceremonial and soulless," being nothing but a mere ecclesiastical routine. Dr. Ellis is put down as a very indifferent preacher, and, according to the writer, no good can be gained from a sermon under three heads, occupying only fourteen minutes, and in which Shakes- peare, Ahab, and Jezebel, occupied prominent places, though Christ was not mentioned from beginning to end. A Jocal preacher of the writer's own church, would have done...
Arrival of river Craft at Windsor Wharf. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
Arrivai of river.Craf t at Windsor Wharf. MONDAT, SEPTEMBEE 12. Same Old Gavie, from Webb's Creek. Maize and sundries. (G. Butler.) TCESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. Gem, from the Colo. Maize and sundries. (MetherelL Alma, steamer, from St. Albans. Maize and sundries. (Jurd.) Queen, from Portland Head. Maize and sundries. (Everiugliani.) WEDESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. S.S. Telegraph, from the Macdonald. Oranges, maize, poultry, eggs, and sundries. (Daniels and Walker.) Janet, from the Macdonald. Maize, oranges, and sundries.
SEVEN POINTS IN MILK SETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
SEVEN POINTS IN MILK SETTING PROFESSOR ARNOLD says, in the Tribune, in answer to an enquirer :-Among the many excellent modes for raising cream, I would not like to say which is best, if indeed any one is best under all circumstances. It will suffice to stile a few general principles, and let each one decide for himself. 1. To make the finest flavoured and longest keeping butter the cream must undergo a ripening process by exposure to the oxygen of the air while it is sweet, this is best done while it is rising. The ripening is very tardy when the temperature is low. 2. After the cream becomes sour, the more ripening the more it depreciates. The sooner it is then skimmed and churned the better, but it should not be churned while too new. The best time for skimming and churn- ing iß jnst before acidity becomes apparent. #. Cream makes better butter to rise in cold air than to rise in cold water, but it wiil rise sooner in cold water, and the muk will keep sweeter longer; 4. The deepe...
THE FARMER. GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
THE FARMER. _i_ GRA^S LANDS. AFTER MANAGEMENT.-When grass seeds have been sown alone, a roller should be drawn over the field as sion as the young plants are about 3 or 4 inches high, and if any bare spots are found more seeds should be sown at once. Weeds indigenous to the soil are sure to come up, and tiley should be care- fully removed by hand-hoeing, or, if that is inconvenient, they can be checked by early mowing. Weeding is always a matter of great importance even in seeds, but much more so in permanent pasture. Boiling once or twice will be beneficial ; and should the grass become very strong before winter, cattle may be turned in during: fine weather, but on*- ° account sheep, as they are apt to pull He young plants. It will, however, be bette "to^ leave the pasture until spring giving iflj & additional tolling or bush harrowing in *.*** month of October, with a top dreeing: of manure if considered necessary. The yo&ng grass should not be grazed till the foll...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
? PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Sept. 18th, 11 a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald F.lieiifzer, ,, 3 p.m., ,, Pin Town, ,, 3 p.m., - ,, Alternifce. .. j REV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, Minister. .
St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
St. Albans. THERE has been a few hints made at one time and the other, by our friend " Scrutator" at Wiseman's, about marriages, past, present, and future ; and now the cat's ont of the bag -as far as concerns this locality-for it is now a well known fact that one of the most beau- tiful syrens of the Branch has thrown herself into the arras of the Adonis of this ' city.' In the vulgar parlance of every day life :-the lovely daughter of our respected neighbour. Mr.'J. Fernance, has bestowed her lily-white hand upon our electric young townsman, Mr. A. H. S. Perry, the second son of Mr. II. Perry, of Windsor. May their path of life be bestrewed with roses--without thorns. BISHOP RYLE ON THE PULPIT.-Whatever the reason may be, the age of great preachers seem to be passing away. The old prophetic dignity of the pulpit, in the days when the clergy had genius as well as piety, is no longer maintained. The tendency of the preacher of modern days, who has chosen his profession primarily tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
TEE HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE; A WEEKLY PAPER, 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. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION .. Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Annum ,, ... 9s. ,, ... 7s 6d. Subscribers names can be enrollad at any time. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : a. ( Five lines or under ... Is. bindle J Ten HncS or over g _ 2s. Insertions. ^ Fifteen lines ,, 10 ... 8s. Twopence per line for every additional. AnvERTrsFMr\i> MAT BE INSERTED WBEKXY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTER. ("One inch space ... £0 16 0 Long Term. &lt; Two " " ... 10 0 (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 be "boo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
State of Sydney Markets A- H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday. Sept. 14th. 1881. HAY.-Best oaten, bdls. and trusses 5s. 3d. to ."is. Gd Medium .4s. 3d. to 4s.'9d Best oaten, bales .5s. Od. to 5s. 3d* Medium, do.4«. (id. to 4s. yd Oaten and wheatcn,do.prime 3s. ild. to 4«. 3s Oaten ami wlieaten, bundles 3s. 3d. to 3s. (k1 Wheateu. bundles.3s. (id. to 3s. 9d* Oaten sheaves .3s. od. to 4s. Gd Medium and other sorts ... 2s. (id. to 2*>. 9d Li'CEBNfc.-Best .3s. 9d. to 4s. Od Medium .2s. &lt;>d. to 3s. (id Prime bales .2s. 9d. to 3s. Od CHAFF.-Superior.4s. Gd. to 5s. od Medium .4s. Od. to 4s. 3d Inferior .3s. 3s. to 3s. 9d Straw chaff.2s. Ud. to2s. lud STRAW.-Bales' .2s. 4d. to 2s. (id. Bund.lis .2s. 6Ù. to2s. Sd. OATS- Best feed.3s. Od. to3s.3d. Seed '.2s. 3d. to 3s. 3d. WHEAT.-Best sorts .5s. 3d. to 5s. (id. Medium, ..4s. Gd. to 4s. 8d. P.RAN AND POLLARD.-Bran ... Is. 2d. to Is. 3d. Pollard ~.Is. 2d. to Is. 3d. MAIZE .3s. Od. to 3s. 3d. POTATOE...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL, EDWARD TRICKET.-Our old champion oars- man Won the Consolation Stakes at Toron o regatta, beating Gandaur and Hornier. Ca- blegram. HORSE SALE.-The Race-horse Waxy, late Mr. R. Rouse's was sold by auction on Mon- day for £2,200 ; Mr. F. Weutworth purchaser. VOLUNTEERS.-The local forces met on the parade ground on Saturday afternoon, and were put through various light infantry manoe- uvres, by Captain Linsley, assisted by Lieuts. Guest and Anderson. GOOD WORK.-The Bazaar in aid of the Parramatta Hospital closed on Saturday last. It realized £815, baying been the most suc- cessful thing of the kind ever held before in the 'district. WEATHER.-The rain appears to have been .pretty well general. North, south and west, have been blessed with nicerain. Here the rain has fallen steadily though not continuous, and has caused the .usual cry of bad roads, from every quarterf. DISTRICT COURT.-jr-A.. District Court will be held at the Court House, Windsor, on Wednesday, the 12...