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THE WAY TO RAISE GOOD TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881

THE WAY TO RAISE GOül TURKEYS. 1 IN the first place, the breeder shouM/cttrb the ambition, common to very maiiy Jg^6}' raisers, to have the " largest turkeys**» the country" ; for these birds, besides bditeÄirery har J to bring to maturity, rarely find jágaM^y a sale as those of moderate size. F'/rM&tkct purposes the last-named are far moo^Hprô* able than either extreme. To secii^.tiP^bi sl results, select an early-hatched and^lfeçÉy^ young gobbler, of handsome pr«n«rWMp||p? ST** that he is not ^Uhei over ur^BÊpEËÊjjÈz for 'ü eii!'/=r Case buch ^r"4>^M^HB deformed in some way. A frvvlrl|ra^^Bp» ^iv t more tinuifhe) should be. 3»j|^HIpb mate with him. They should be w¡H*Kd, but not fattened, as they require strenSflien ing and food of a nourishing charac^erMçueii as grains, meat, and vegetables, often chí|pg<- i and varied as their appetites may demand or require. Old fowls should never under* any circumstances be used for breeding purpose!;. The chicks from egg...

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Select Poetry. THE DEITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881

Select Poetry. THE DEITY. [Trat following magnificent ode is a translation from the Russian j it has been rendered iuto Japan, ese hy order of the Emperor, and is hung up, embroidered with gold, in the. temple of Jeddo; and an honour, somewhat similar, has been doue in China to the same poem. It has been translated into the Chinese and Tartar languages, written on a piece of rich silk, and suspended in tile Imperial palace at Pekin.] Oh, thon eternal One ! whose presence bright All space doth occupy, all motion guide ; Unchanged through time's all-devastating flight ! Thou only God ! There is no God besides ! Being above all beings ! Three in One ! Whom noue can comprehend, and none explore : Who fill'st existence with thyself alone ; Embracing all-supporting-ruling o'er, Being whom we call God, and know no more ! In its sublime research, Philosophy .May measure out the ocean deep-may count The sands, or the sun's rays-but^ God, for Thee There is no weight, no measure ; none can mou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881

LOST. LO ST, CANAEY. Beward. - J. T. Johnson, Terrace, Windsor. LOST, small hairy.marked Dog, abou six months old ; answers to the name o " Brassy." Liberal reward on returning same to this office. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received until 24th inst. for Fainting and Repairs at St. Matthew's Parsonage. Specifications may be seen on applica to Mr. J. T. Johnson, Terrace, Windsor. W. PRIMROSE. STEPHEN GOW. JOHN T. JOHNSON. WANTED to Sell, well-built House and Grounds, in a rising suburb 10 miles from Sydney, close to Railway Station. Full particulars office of this paper, George-street, Windsor. ST. MATTHEW'S SCHOOLS, (Church of England) WINDSOR, ANNUAL FEAST and EXCURSION TO PARRAMATTA PARK. POST PONED Till Further Notice. SPECIAL NOTICE, DRIVE TO RICHMOND. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 35, 1881. MR, P. RYAN invites his numerous friends to a trip to Richmond and back, on Sunday, September 25. Qn the occasion he will place all his vehicles (7 in number) at their disposal. The omnibus Volun- teer wi...

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THE [?] Chrouicle. AND FAEMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881

THE ItunlíeáuTií Clpnirfr. AND FAEMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1881.p THAT the large and influential deputation that waited on the Secretary for Public Works, on Friday last, should command attention and respect from the Grovernnient, and from the outside public we quite agree. If their premises were not correct, they had, at any rate, numbers on their side ; besides, there were amongst them men of very different views, as was shown by their speeches. They had sunk their differences, however, and had become unanimous that the junction of the new line with the Great Northern should be at East Maitland instead of Wara- tah, as the Engineer-in-chief has proposed. Several of their number still seemed to hold to the Singleton scheme, though none advocated a connection lower down toward Newcastle. We confess to a preference to the junction being as near the last named place as possible-not for the purpose of competing with the steam companies for their trade, but for the purpos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 September 1881

lAETtAMATTA TIMBEE YAEDS GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. George Coates, PllOrBIETOK.. G. C. begs to call the attention of BUILDERS, PLASTERERS, WHEEL- WRIGHTS, PLUMBERS, and the GENERAL PUBLIC to his large stock of every requisite for the trade. Hardwood Yard Every size required in building from lin. x lin. up to 12in. x 12in., and all NORTHERN HARDWOOD. Splendid 6 x 1 T and G Flooring, and Dressed, and Beaded WEATHERBOARDS, Tallow-wood, Blackbutt, and Blue Gum. Softwood Yard Maryboro and Colonial Pine. New Zealand Kauri Cedar, all sizes. Maryboro Hoop Pine. T and G flooring. And first-class WEATHERBOARDS Spruce, Baltic Deals, American Pine, Oregon. Joinery Stores Redwood, Cedar. Sugar Pine, and Kauri DOOKS, all sizes. Glazed Cedar SASHES, all sizo. Splendid MANTLE PIECES, cheapest and best in the market. SHUTTERS, CASEMENTS. All sizes in Skirtings, Mouldings. Architraves in Cedar, Pine, Redwood and Kauri. Pine Lattice and Louvre Stuffs. CARVED BRACKETS. Turnery Department Cedar Legs Pin...

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THE SCAVENGER. ON THE TRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

THE SCAVENGER. ON TUE TRAIL. " Come oae, comead ! this rock shall fly i Fi-oai its firm basa as soon, as I ! ' (Ju AP TER I. It \\a.s a will and tempestu- ous night. The streets of Richiujud weríí> almost deluged with water, at every step the uulucky passenger who was detained fjoni the comforts of home, found himself floundering in a muddy pool. The heavens were pouriag forth their vengeance, the r«in was driven in torrents upon the earth, tho lightning played in vivid sheets across the horizon, revealing at every flash the fearful state of alderinauic Ricluuoud ; while the winds and thunder played a wild and weird iike harmony to the whole scene. Could it be possible that passengers traversed the streets at a late hour on such a night ? Yes, the town clock which gains 5 minutes in every 10, was tolling forth " the dumb and dreary hour," when four persons might be seen making their way through the sloughs of Windsor-street. One who appeared to be the leader, and whose slovenly s...

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Religious Notices. ST MATTHEWS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTEE TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Religious Notices. ST MATTHEWS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTEE TRINITY. WINDSOR. Morning Service, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p.m. CLYDESDALE, 3 p.m. Middle Colo, ll a.m. Upper Colo, 2.30 p.m. REV.F.W. STRETTON. )' Mr. A. Martin. St. John's, Lower Colo, ll a.m. Mr. S. Russell.

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ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH WiNDSOK-Sept. 25th, 7.30 a.m., Rev. S. J. A. Sheehy " .,11 a.m. " ,. 7 p.m. KURRAJONG, Wednesday, 28th inst. RICHMOND, Saturday, October 1. REV. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

SPARKS. To what end are we coming in 'his dear land of ours ? A man ironed hand and feet, and so manacled, made to do cook's duty for a week ; and for what? Trying to escape from a plague ship. Next scene : Trot out the two knights similarly attired ! " Shove her under the form," said the humane doctor of the nineteenth century. I wonder there hadn't been a case of doctor slaughter that evening. No fun at the Court House on Tuesday ; all was decorum, and a dead suck-in for the expectant ones. Wc don't wear cap and bells every day. The millennium is surely coming. Fitz complimenting Sireueree, and Sireneree com- plimenting Fitz. We shall not enjoy the spectacle of " Amiable William ' thus huma- nist ng himself. The brotherhood (the Devil's own) say that " the layman who conducts his own case ' has a fool for a client. " Not always, as facts will prove. The retort has been far more accurately applied the other way, where lawyers have argued their own cause. I am glad to find my sugges...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Windsor Markets. Maize, from ... ... ...2s. 3 Irl. to Os. OJ. Oranges ... ... ... ls. od. to 2s. dd. Kggs .Os. «id. to Os. (id. Fowls .3s. Od. to 3s. »J. ? Rutter .ls. 3d. to Us. Od. Windsor, September 23.

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Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Railway Time-table. Leave SYDNEY for Ri verstoue ~) Malgrave | 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.) Richmond J* Leave for SYDNEY from Richmond...7.15 A.M.; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., 6.40 P.M. (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don.) Windsor...7.27 A.M.; 4.6 P.M. Saturday add., 6.52 P.M. Mulgrave..-7.Ü7 A.M.; 4.16 P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 P.M. Riverstone.-.7.52 A.M. ; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. BIacktown...8.20 A.M.; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M.

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HORSE SHOES KEPT ON TOO LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

HORSE SHOES KEPT ON TOO LONG. I There seems to be no doubt that this causes j more injury to the feet of a horse than any I thing else ; for as soon as the shoe is fastened on a double action begins, as his hoof grows j down and presses against the shoe, and the shoe is hammered forcibly np against the hoof j every time the foot is set back on the ground after being raised. This makes the double action which is so apt to prove injurious. To obviate this, it becomes necessary to have the shoe fit nicely and easily at all times to the horse's foot. To insure this, it should be taken off and reset about once a fortnight, and in doing so care should bc taken to first file off the clinching part of the nails outside of thc hoof, so they cannot make large holes or tear the hoof as they are withdrawn. Some let shoes remain on thc horse two or three months. Nothing can be more injurious to keeping up a sound good foot than this. The change twice a month or so allows the foot to expand, and ...

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Sent. 25th, 11a.m., Rev. IT. Mack. 7 p.m.,'Kev. H. Mack. Rrcuvoxo.-3 p.m., Mr. W. C. Gauibrill 7 p.m., Student. ENPIELD-ll a.m.. Student. KURRAJONG.-2.30 p.m., Student. WILBERFORCE.-3 p.m., Rev. H. Mack. 7 p.m., C. REV. H. MACK, Chairman of Circuit.

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LIME IN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

LIME IN AGRICULTURE. AU writers on agricultural subjects seem to agree that the use of lime on clayey soil is of great benefit, crops thus treated showing thc advantage of its mixture with the soil. A correspondent to the Farmer's Review says : The extending use of lime is excellent tor clay soils. Argil augments in volume when moist -diminishes when dry. Carbonate of lime possesses neither of these properties ; applied then to cold clay soils it enables the air and heat to penetrate more readily, thus making the land friable. On light soils the action of ime is weak, and on those very light the use of lime is misplaced, ßut as the action of lime rapidly transforms the nutritive capital of the land, its success cannot be permanent unless rationally supplemented by direct fertilizers, as faim-yard manure, &c. Heuce, the adage. " Lime enriches the father, but ruins the children." If the soil have an excess of acids, lime " sweetens" by neutral- ising them ; all cultivated soil...

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Arrival of river Craft at Windsor Wharf. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 20. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Arrival of river Craft at Windsor Wharf. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 20. Victoria, from Portland Head. Maize, poultry, eggs, and butter. (Wall.) Queen, from Portland Head. Maine, poultry, eggs, butter, and sundries (Everiii^hain.) Alma, steamer, from ¡St. Albans. Maize, oranges, poultry, eggs, and sundries. (Jurd.) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. S.S. Telegraph, from tiic Macdonald. Oranges, maize, and sundries. (Daniels and Walker.) . Industry, from the Macdonald! Maize and sun- dries. (Walker and Daniels.) Victory, from the Macdonald, Maize and sun- dries. (Jones.) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. Oem. from thc Colo. Maize^ and sundries. (Wetherell.) Emili/ Edith, from Colo. Maize and sundries. (Blundell.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

TUB HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ ? A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely thronghonfc the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. .n Fridays. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Î 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 enrolled at any time, us { TERMS or ADVERTISING S o. . ( Five lines or under ... ls. »ingie / Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. Whoas. 1 j^j^ ft 10 m 8s Twopence peT line for every additional. (_ i ADVERTISEMENTS MAT BE INSERTED WEEKXT AT THE iotLowTNQ RATES PER QUARTER. ("One inch space ... £0 10 0 Long; Term. -¿Two " ,, ... 10 0 (.Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. If.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked " to regular ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

State of Sydney Markets A- H. FRINGE & GO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday. Sepr. 21st. ISSI. HAY.-Best oaten. Wis. and trussosls. 1 ld. to 5s. fid Medium .4 s. 4d. to Os. od. j I Bust oaten, hales .5s. Od. to .ls. Sd. Medium, do. ... .4s. 3d. to 4s. Sd. Oaten and wheaten, do. primc4<. lld. to 5s. 3s. Oaten and wheaten, bundles 4s. Od. to 4s. 9d. Wheaten, bundles.3s. (id. to 4s. Od. Oa cu sheaves .4s. 7d. to 4s. yd. Medium and other sorts ... 3s. Od. tu 3s. (id. LUCERNE.-Best .2s. (kl. to Ss. (id. I PUMPKINS, according lo size ... none. Medium ls. <>d. to 2s. 3d. TURNIPS

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AMERICAN DAIRY RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

AMERICAN DAIRY RECORD. C.G.T. of Galesburg, Illinois, sends the fo lowing record to the American Stockman of his cow out of a graded Shorthorn and by a thoroughbred Devon bull; weight 9301b. when eight years old. From 1st May, 1879, to 30th April, 1883, she gave 13,450!b, of milk, and made 6951b 2oz. of butter. In the month of Jane of that year, on a trial of ten days, gave 6101b of milk ; from the milk made 27lb. I3oz. of butter, being 2ib 12|oz. of butter per day. During the same month gave 17361b. of milk, 761b. 5oz. of butter or 21b 8 3-5 oz per day. She averaged during the year 361b. 13oz*. of milk, and llb. 14-hoz. butter per day. On a trial (if twenty days the year before, she averaged 621b. of milk per day, and made 51 lb. I4»z. of butler. . She required nearly 20 tb. of milk to the pound of butter, which miy ba called a natural and rational yield. Tiiat is, says die j American Dairyman, theirs arc nou£t.i?r the i j -elements- of a MttacieW»vrfl':tui& 'íy^étíPS; ,-» ...

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DESTRUCTION OF SEEDED WHEAT BY A FUNGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

DESTRUCTION OF SEEDED WHl» BY A FUNGUS. ONE- of the most extraordinary cases 'OTH record of the non-germination of winter wh«j|| is reported to .have occurred in Europe. -3§K field of this grain, which had been sown rae previous autumn, having manifestly failed, t||e j owner set about ploughing the land in' tj|e spring, and to his surprise turned up ungejr^ minated grains of wheat which were as large as horse beans-say more than half an inch long. Even after these great, swollen kernels had dried they were considerably larger than ordinary wheat, since they measured from one-third to one-half an in length and two,or three-tenths of an inch in breadth. This abnormal grain was of a greyish-yellow colour and was shaped something like an elongated pear, the thinner end or neck being sometimes a tenth of an inch long. It was easy to peel off the skin of the grain in spots. In many cases a bundle of slender roots, half or thrjsti quarters of an inch long, were attached to We thin end of t...

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THE Inwkesburg Ihrunicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

TH JJ IMaslmnj Clirrairle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. S A'JU HD A Y, SEPTEMBER -2J^ ISSI. AMONG many other sinsthe "strongest government" have to answer for, is the flooding of the whole country with. J.P.'s. Gentlemen so adorned are now so common that very little respect attaches to the name or the office ; the honour is heldtoj cheaply, and hence it has become nauseous. Time was, when some care, as tj htness-b.»th in education aud character-was taken in the selection of the ''great unpaid;" but now Ministries have taken to autocracy (borrowed j from the Russian type,) such finia 1 matters do not influence them - it serves their, purpose, probably, just oe it did the first James Stuart of Eugluud to create a quasi nobility, in the shape of baronets, to be at his beck and call when required. There is scarcely a newspaper in the colony that has not denounced this wholesale system of elevating nearly every other person one meets to the Justice seat, lt is over done excessively so ; nul wh...

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