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

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Sept. 25th, ll a.m., Eev. P. Fitzgerald. Ebenezer, ,, 3 p.m., " Pitt Town, " 3 p.m., " 6 Alternate, EEV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, Minister.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHTJRCII. Sabbath Services : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Week Evening Service, Thursday, S p.m. REV. W. MATTHESOX, SEX.

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

WISEMAN'S FERRY. STEAMERS.-"At last we are going to have regular communication with Sydney. At least this much is certain ; the enterprising owners of the " Pelican," " Florry" and other weil known steamers, Mr. Jeanneret, will, it is likely, run a regular trader between here and Sydney at stated intervals, should j he receive sufficient encouragement ; two trips j per week, will, I believe, be made. There is I not the least doubt that once we have regular, ' not desultory, steamers running between here and the metropolis, the trade will receive a great impetus. But will it pay ? At present shippers find that although the Windsor ! market brings the lowest prices, yet that it returns higher prices than Sydney, nor is the reason far to seek. It is, that whereas an allowance is made by the Windsor traders | when the markets are low, the Sydney boats always charge the same freights, which are usually just double what aie charged by the other boat/s. Then again, we are a conserva- tive ...

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

Fuller & Co. HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE OFFICE. GEORGE-STREET, WIND- SOR, arc Agents for thc Cumberland Mercury and Protestant Standard.

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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

EICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. A MEETING of the above Council was held j at the temporary Council Chambers, Sept. 2lst, 1881. Present : The Mayor and Alder- men Cobcroft, Reid, Turner, Price, Onus, sen. i and Kelly. Minutes of the previous meetin¿ ¡ were read and confirmed. j CORRESPONDENCE.-From C. S. Guest re j stoppage of water course through Mrs. John Martin's property. latter received and referred to Works Committee. As also, a building notice from same parties. From Department of Public Instruction re fence between Public School grounds and Park, ' declining to act on the Council's request for the erection of a paling fence, believing that the old fence was good enough for the present. Received from Postmaster General, re light at Post Office. Letter received, and tin Council Clerk was instructed to write to Mr. Bowman, the member for the Hawkesbury, to wait upon the Postmaster Geneial, and urge the Council's claim for a public lamp in front of the Post Office. From Under-secretary...

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

Calendar.-September. -:o: Sl ^ r. T Sun Sun >. >> REMARKABLE EVENTS. . . eí cs rise. set. Ol Q__ 25jSun \:>ih Sunday ajUr Trinity 5 47 3 57 ?J6\M Rni'way toPdnu. np.'55 5 46 5 57 27 Tu Strasburg surrendered'70 5 445 58 28 W 5 43 5 59 29Th Michaelmas Day. 5 426 0 30 Fri J 406 Ö J Sat .> 393 1

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. (Before Messrs. R. H. Durcker and J. Callaghan, and Capt. Norris, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

RICHMOND POUCE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. j (Before Messrs. R. H. Üifcker and J. Cal- laghan, and Capt. Norris, J.'sP.) . j William Price, aged 18 years, described as a salesman, and hailing from Sydney, was charged with stealing certain articles from the shop of R. B. Hughes, chemist, Windsor street, viz., box seidl'tz powders, a scent bottle, quantity of tobáceo, pipes, matches, pipe ferules, »Sec., valued at 30s. The de- fendant and three others had been observed by the police during the day, and had been kept under surveillance. When helping him- self to the above articles in Mr. Hughes' shop, Mr. Hughes* son came in, and Price coolly said, " Where's the matches, Tommy V when he soon found his match in- Senior constable McNciily and Constable Olsen, who had a fine spin down Windsor-street to the tune of Yoicks, tally-ho', over fences and other impedimenta, until, they -uvived -<-&t!j3 paddock near D iver s yard, in Ch inel-streeî|| where they nabbed their qu ...

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

Richmond. R KALLY, this lovely village is looking lovelier than ever since the good douche Dame Nature has lately given us. The Park is tr ul y scrumptious, and putting aside twaddle and il nukey ism--and as a matter of course the irrepressible "Scavenger," Richmond is not at all a bad place to sojourn in. But'the l et is the aforesaid ills, and that other til of .interminable kinship (not at all consonant, by( the by. with the true principles of stock breeding.1 is as nothing compared to the ii culms our little town has to carry in the tdiape ot ih"t torn-to-pieces fallacy Independ- ence- jes, adviw-dly, independence. We'v'g had a concert here just lately-a grand con- cert, and nobody said it wasn't-which has been reported itt the two local papers in a decent manner; and by a th i ni paper (not a local knvl. j|)ta.ycrjy indecent, slip-shod style,, that at once proclaims jts correspondent, or its editor-or j erhaps tVje whole bilin' of 'em ?is a lot of geniuses of the " no account f...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPT. 20TH, 1881. (Before Messrs. J. M. McQuade, W. Dargin, and R. Dick, J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, SEPT. 20TH, 1881. (Before Messrs. J. M. McQuade, W. Dargin, and R. Dick, J.'s.P.) The Mayor of Windsor ». George Louis Asher Davis. Infraction of the 136th clause at the Municipalities Act of 1867,-viz. : by making and repairing a fence contrary to said clause. Francis Simon, Mayor of the Borough of Windsor, on oath deposed : That on the 8th August last, defendant came to him and said, " Well, old man, I want you to give mc per- mission to repair my fence in Baker-street," which I refused, saying that " I could not do s Deten,(ant then said he'd repair the i'-, ro- ia defiance of the mayor or the council. the l"i.'iwing day-having been informed iii..t M..' deferid: nt u as still persisting in the curr ..aei.r.u-nt-I went down to where the ti ? ce wis viuatc, and there found one Charles Douglas rep.iiring the fence, and saw Mr. L-..VI-. superintending tile same. I told hun he .-..i.-, HUT o aching, .v.id that he knew he-wa. rici ¡ig, av.d again cautioned...

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

Windsor Borough Council. The ordinary meeting; of the Council wrs held on Wednesday 21st September 1881,, Present.-The Mayor, and Aldermen Lináey' J. T. G- jsper, Robertson, and Pickup. Minutes of last meeting read and con« firmed. Correspondence.-From S. H. Lambton! Secretary of General Post Office, informiur the Mayor that the Postmaster General had agreed to tar-pavement being laid in front óf Post ánd Tolegraph-oifi 33 on tho usu il tor its' Received on the .motion of Aid.- Lin dey oui '. I Robertson. - <: From J~.M. MeQaafe-aiid.-R: Dick Esqrs. J'J. P. jointing out the bad state of both road way aud footpaths approaching the Court H uuso ; and requesting that the same should [¡0 improved by metalling and tar-pavement. Al<i. Linsley proposed "That the letter as rend be received ; and that the Council Clerk be iustructed to write to those gentlemen to sty. that the gravelling of s;i:d streets had lü-r-n.1 onti-actcd for, and would be completed ;;S noon as po...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL. ST. PHILLIP'S (C. OF E.) NORTH RICH- MOND.- The congregation and friends of the above are advised that a Tea Meeting will be held in connection with the church, on the 4th October, and we shall bo glad to hear of a good muster. L lok out for advertisement in our next issue-full particulars. RACES AT WISEMAN'S FERRY. - Races will be held on the i:Jth and 14;h October and there is every promise of the affair being a success. From the well known capacity of friend Everinghatn in these matters, everything will be put in proper trim for such sport, as m iv induce Windsorites, Sydneyites, or any other ites (one Joshua was famous amongst the 11 Uti Les and he may be now (or all we know) to wend their way by laud or wat.r to this lovely locality-now known to the world as much as classic Rhine. Sportsmen are remiaded that entrances for '* Wiseman's Ferry Handicap" and 44 The Maiden Plate" must be lodged with the Sec- retary, Mr. Jos.iua Everiughan, not later than the 6th O...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

PINS. Cum grano salis. THE Institution« tint so prominently attract the notice of Ute traveller in all our country towns under the somewhat grandiloquent name of School of Arts, or Mechanics' Insti- tutes, were never, I taka it, intended to be under the control of 3ny one section of the townspeople, or subject in any way, to any sectarian government. These institutions are mainly supported from the public funds,, and one man who becomes a member and pays Iiis' fees has, or should have, quite as much to say in the govern nient as his fellow. Yet I know of such au institution where this broad prin- ciple of liberalism has been more " honoured in the breach than the observance." Books that were considered, by some of the members, of-questionable orthodoxy, were ihmst frohi the shelves of the library into a corner, or into the lumber room, while other works of thëpt logy and philosophy were given prominent positions. Yes, the works .(both theological land philosophical) .of a well-known...

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from-* Sydney.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridav, Saturday, at 11.30'a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Parramatta...Mouday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Richmhud...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at S a.m. and -Ï p.m. Pitt Tjwn...Monday, 8 p.m. ; Tuesday, Wednesdaj*, ¿.15 p.m.; Thursday, 8 p.m.; Friday, Satur- day, 3.15 p.m. Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m. ; Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.15 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Riverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Mulgrave ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- j day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. ! Depart for Sydney ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at 6.30 a.in. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at G....

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

Agencies. The undermentionc I arc our appointed Agents for thc several localities named : - RICHMOND -Mr. D. Cobcroft. Chemist. KUKIIA-I.ÍXÍ;.-.Joseph Smith. Storekeeper. NORTH RICHMOND -Mrs. Winter, Storekeeper. WiLFíüEFoiicii.lvJsviii J. Weeks. WisKMAN's FEKEY.-Mrs. Mars, Ci.MßAL MACDONALD-Mr. J. Walker.

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THE FARMER. IMPROVEMENT OF GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 September 1881

THE FARMER. IMPROVEMENT OF GRASS LANDS. " THOUSANDS of meadows and upland pastures are producing less th in half the quantity of hay and feed which the land is capable of, from a deficiency of plants of those kinds which aie not productive and suitable for the soil." In this case heavy harrows should be resorted to in early spring, to loosen the soil for the admission of sc.'Js, which, it"sown freely will soon occupy the small spaces between the grasses already growing. The laud should then be carefully rolled. It is good to apply a compost of lime when too much moss piev iils; ihis compost should c v.isist of two cartloads of quick-üme to eight cartloads of light loam, this quanti y should be spread per acre, a..d then a harrow applied. S tit is also a good dressing, and may be applied mixed with scrapings from ditches, banks, roadsides, or any manure at hand, and upon this grass seeds and clovers may he sown, lt will be better to take a crop of hay off first, before allowing sheep...

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

jpAETtAMATTA TIMBEE YABDS GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. George Coates, PJIOPHIETOR. 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 12 in. 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 DOORS, all sizes. Glazed Cedar SASHES, all sizes. Splendid MAJNTLEPIECES, 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 P...

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

General Post Office, SjTdnev, 27th August, 1861. IENDERS for the Conveyance of Mails 1. Ballway Station and Post-office, Parramatta, four times or oftener daily. 2. Parramatta Railway Station and Posf-office, Parramatta, Baulkham Hilts,, and Souse Hill, six times a week. 3. Blacktown, Prospect, and Boothtown, six times a week. From Prospect to Eastern Creek and Blacktown via Booty Hill Public-school, six times a week. 4. Railway Station and Post-office, Windsor, four times a day. 5. Pitt Town, Wiseman's Ferry. Central M'Donald, and St, Albans, twice a week. 6. Wiseman's Ferry and Mangrove Creek, once a week. r7. Colo, Patty, and Howe's Valley, once a week. 8. Penrith and Castlereagh, six times a week. 9. Penrith, Mulgoa,.and Luddenham, via main road, six times a week, will be received at this office np to noon on Tues- day, the next. . Each tender must be signed in the presence of a Magistrate or a Postmaster. For full particulars see Government Gazette, a file of whiçh is kept at e...

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

Marriage. PERRY — FERNANCE. — At Sydney, on August 4th, by the Rev. T. Gainsford. Alfred Sydney Huddy Perry, second eldest son of Henry Perry Esq.., Windsor, to Miss Jane Fernance youngest daughter of Joseph Fernance Esq., St. Albans.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 October 1881

CORRESPONDENCE. ! To the Editor of the H.twkesUury Chronicle. Sir,- Hoing ignorant as to the nason wh\ the inhabitants oí'Windsor and neighbourhood, are more conveniently allowed the services ot necessary officers ol justice ; i write to enquire why not a Clerk of Petty Sessions be stationed at Richmond, as well as at Windsor ? The inhabitants of Richmond and surrounding districts, are now suffering considerably, the | injustice «if having to ride or drive 4 miles, 12 miles, or'll miles ; if they carnot make it c ii ventent to visit Richmond Court House within the lew hours from ll a.m. to 4 p.m. on each Friday. If a license is required, or a summons, or one has a dog to register, toll lias to be paid, and Her Majesty's subjects are unjustly compelled to waste their time and iiioney in traveling many miles to fulfil the requirements of our country's laws. 1 would suggest that this injustice may be at once remedied by appointing a Clerk of Petty Sessions for Richmond; and then your s...

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Friendly Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 1 October 1881

Friendly Societies CLERGYMEN and others who have much dealings with poor people have constantly i noted these two facts, that labourers anrî ! mechanics are very fond of joining Frh ndiy Societies, and that these societies aie «ften io a very rotten condition. In a country where so much is left to private enterprise, we can scarcely go so far as to forbid the existence of any Benefit Clubs except under State supervision. We can, however, say to these Benefit Ciubs, "If you please, you can register your associations, but this registration must be coupled with the condition that your books are properly audited." Provision is made for this arrangement under an Act passed in 1875, but it would appear that the auditing ot the boots is not so genuine as it ought to be, and that, Jax as Parliament inn ntioually made the obligation for fear of frightening the Friendly Societies, the greater number of them remain unregistered. The apparent inference to be derived from this is that a large pr...

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