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FARM AND GARDEN. PREPARATION OF BONES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
FARM AND GARDEN. PREPARATION OF BONES, &c. IN the Rural New Yorker, a correspondent asks a cheap way of converting old, dry cattle bones into manure; and their value in com- parison with that of barn manure. He is answered by Professor E. \V. Stewart, who says: - The method of reducing bones depends upon their condition. Green, tough bones are very difficult to gri.id, and the appropriate mills arc too expeusive fur indi- vidual use. Hut " old, dry cattle boues" « h:,-;h have lost nearly alt their animal mutter j'roiu lo-, -z erasure to the air, will bc found jg TC a.- andean ofteii be gr««ndít4t¿*£ij %av!G'¿. ..rukea with a hammer, m a**^^ mill, or iu a strong corn miii. The tuo^t important ingredient for which bones are used as a manure-phosphate of linu.-still remains in the old bones, but they have lost nearly all their nitrogen in the decay ol' the gelatine and other animal matter. Various methods have been employed to reduce bones to a proper coudition lor use as a fer...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor.-Oe!. 9tli, ll a.m., Kev. P. Fitzgerald Ebenezer, ,t 8 p.m., ,, Pitt Town, " 3»p.m., " Alternate. BEV. PATRICK FITZGERALn, Minister.
THE Hawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
¡ TliJá luuikesljttrií Cjpnirle. I AND F ARMEES' ADVOCATE. ] SATUR DAY, OCTOBER S, ISSI. TUE Herald's Loudon correspondent, writing from that city on tile 27th July, opens thus: -"The old battle cries of ' Free Trade' and ' Protection,' willi the newer watch words of ' Fair Trade' and ' Reciprocity," are begin- ning to be baudied about with ominous frequency." What follows is also much to the purpose, and bears out much that is said in an ably written article in the Cumberland Mercury of the 28th ult., which, we may say, is one of the best on tho Protectionist side we "liave ever read. We have nj intention of discussing this question-though we may say straight, that as au abstract principle, we do not behove in Protection; still we are not so foolish as to shut our eyes to facts, for it is evident we shall, with others, whether we be iove it or not, have to accept the in- evitable. There.are unmistakeable " signs of the times" all around-in Europe, America, and Australia, and when i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
jpARKAMATTA TIMBEE YABDS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. George Coates, PROPBIBTOB. Q. C. begs to call the attention of BUILDERS, PLASTERERS, WHEEL WRiG :rrs, PLUMBERS. and the GENERAL PUBLIC to his large stock of every requisite for the trade. Hardwood Yard Every Bize required in building from lin. x lin. up to l'iin. x 12in., and all NORTHERN HARDWOOD. Splendid 6 x 1 T and G- Flooring, and Dressed, and Beaded WEATHERBOAEDS, 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 MANTLEPIECES, cheapest and best in the market. SHUTTERS, CASEMENTS. All sizes in Skirtings, Mouldings. Architraves in Cedar, Tine, Redwood and Kauri. Pine Lattice and Louvre Stuffs. CARVED BRACKETS. Turnery Department Cedar Legs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
TENDERS. Department of Public Works, Railw ay Branch, Sydney, 2¿rd September, 1881. TENDERS will be received at this Office, until il o clock ou Tuesday, the 11 tia October, from persons willing" to contract for the erection of new Passenger Station at Richiu nd. Plan, Spécifientinii, and form of Tender may be seen, and further particulars ob- tained, at the &lt; flice of the Eugiueer for Existing Railways, 44 Phillip-street. Sydney-, Tenders t» be endorsed "Tender fur erecting new Passenger Station Richmond." The Commissioner does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any Tender. CHAS. A. GOODCHAP, Commissioner f r Rail \.t\s. For Sale. ONE HUNDRED Ac TWENTY AC RIOS OF LAND. WGCSPliR has received instructions from the . Trustees under ike will of the tuTc John Pendergast or " Maneroo" to seil by public auci&lt;&lt;n ON SATURDAY, 22xn OCTOBER, ISSI, AT GOCGITS FITZROY ll OT KL, GKO-ST. WINDSOR, AT 2 O'CLOCK, All those one hundred and twenty acres of land, ...
WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
WISEMAN'S FERRY. WHAT ! " Wiseman's Ferry" not to be represented any more in the columns of-the Hawkesbury Chronicle. A place so famous in more than one respect, and so much admired by all who frequent this lovely spot with its i pi tureMjue scenery. No, that will never do. ' T'lough there may not be found a scribe amongst us to come up to ' Scrutator's' fluent and taking style in, supplying local news, we j shall at least make an eifort to make ourselves i heard and understood now and again, espe- cially in considération of the many subscribers j the Hawkesbury Chronicle has in this locality, who eagerly are scanning over its pages week ! after week in search of some local items, and who, in all probability, very soon would lose the interest hitherto manifested were they no more to be treated to some pleasant Home News," or find themselves no longer repre- sented by a correspondent who really has the Welfare and advancement of our locality at heart. I much regret * Scrutator* havin...
RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
RIC il MO ND BOROUGH COUNCIL. r THE ordinary meeting of the Council Was held in the tcniiorary Council Chamber on the evening if the 5th. Octoher, ISSI. Present: Tue Mayor and Aldermen Cobcroft, Turner, Prie U ms, sen., and KL-ÜV. Minutes u: the previous meeting read and confirmed. Building notices were read from the Mayor ;ind A!d. Onus sen., received and referred to Works Committee. A letter was read from Aid. O ms sen . applying for leave of absence for ihree months, which was received, and leave granted. Also a letter from Mr. Griffin, respecting entrance to yard, and drain pipes, leading from bis yard to water-table in \Vest Market-street. Letter received, and permis- sion given, on condition that Mr. Griffin bears the cost of thc same. The following ACCOUNTS were then sub- mitted. A Turnbull, roller, £11. H. Carver, contract in March-street, £S 2s. öd. D. Handley, day labour, £2 17s. öd. H. Travis, kerbing&c, £34 12s. 9d. Accounts received and referred to Finance Commi...
Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
Railway Time-table. Leave SYDNEY for Jiivei-slollu ~~| Mulmavo ! 9 0 A.M. ; 5.20 P.M. SaturJay add., Windsor j- 1.45 H.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All ('brendon | eeL down at Clarendon.) Richmond J Leave for SYDNEY from - Richmond...7.15 A.M.; 3.54 P.M. Saturday add., ti.40 P.M. (Sew down or pieka up at Claren- don.) Windsor...7-27 A.M. ; 4.6 P.M. Saturday add., 6.52 P.M. Mulgrave...7.37 A.M. ; 4.ll! P.M. Saturday add., 7.4 P.M. Riverstone...7-52 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Blacktown...tí/20 A.M.; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M.
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 4TH OCTOBER, 1881. (Before Messrs. J. M. McQuade, and W. Durgin, J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
Windsor Poiice Court TUESDAY, 4ra UCTUUEK, l8fcl. (BL-iore Messrs. J. M. McQ.iade, and NV. D-rgin, J.'s.P.) Michael Keogh appjared on summons, to answer \\ charge ut assault upon Susannah Hopkins, h o tel-kee per ol George-street Wind- sor, on the 30i.li September last. Mrs. Hopkins, -who bore evidence of the cowardly treatment she had received, gave evidence as to the assault, as also did two other witnesses. Defendant ¡md no witnesses, but denied having struck tiie prosecutnx as alleged. Tue Bench found him guilty ; the assault had been fully proved by three witnesses, and Mi. Dargin expressed himself surprised that a siro ig able-bodied young man like the defend- ant, should strike a poor feeble old woman in the unprovoked and cowardly manner he did. Tnt defendant ought to be ashamed of himself lo app...-r in a court of justice in answer to such a charge. The Bench were determined lo put down uch cases of assault, and should therefor- mfi.cr one mon h's imprisofuuent in Windsor g...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
LOCAL AND GENERAL, -j. AiM'tHXTMEM'. - Mr. Charles l*erry, pro h'lliuucr -at .Windsor,, lu bb juuiut operator a. Casino, tficeSinclair. ~¡ ?.~î:£ Dc HAL has been cancelled as a jVjlliiig-; place for the H iwkeshury electorate. :: Qu Alt; EH SESSION-.- A Omit of tluàrtër Session will he held at Windsor, on Tuesday, the'11th October inst.: and a District Court on Wednesday following, the I'ith inst. AN American physician has cured himself of sinaii-pdX by eating lemons ; and considers the fruit as good as quinine is in intermittent fever. SAYS the Zit News j-».* Mr. E.rlcstonr/ Oä°; Faur, thc chief d.aughtsm.in in the Landa Department, has resigned. This is a loss to the public service.'* Hear, hear! NEW FiitM.-We beg to ciil thc attention of &lt;mr friends that Mr. Peter U.-vendge lias now full possession of the establishment lately occupied by Mr. C. i'urucll, where the hus* ness is carried on as usual, Grocery, Bakery, and Confectionery combined. _... Iv the event ut* an ou...
THE DUST BIN. DUST O! Old legend [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
TH JE BUST BIN. DUST ü! Old legeud " Oh factious viper i whose euveuomM tooth Would maudie slid thc dead perverted truth." liYBON. " 1 aiu Sir Oracle, And wlieu I ope my lips, let uo dug bark. " iSHAKSPEBtt. " llubbisu may be shot here !" Ubi idztitUi), probably EuAeMUS. DUST indeed, don't mention it; if it didn't fly round comers on »Sunday we have no municipal failures; but that is not the dust 1 want, 1 want heavier stuff, ueitticr pulverized iron or sandstone, but something tro.a mose lead mines round the square way - too heavy to dy, yet too light to sink, except it be lu the gullets of those Who believe in a combina- tion oí all-brass, iron, lead and stupidity. * _ * " » ir Now that rara aois might have been made to ruy me to Mavis, WHICH, everybody knows, is the siugtng bud of ** Caledonian Wild." Just fancy me Mavis of Tnouipsou's Square tootling his melody to the admiring crowd at only sixpence a copy ! ' \ Wheu a fellow tells a lie why not tell a thumper at once. Our **Mok...
SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
SPARKS. Saj's the poet in the Cumberland Mercury : . A bright little maiii who was frolicky, Made thc sweetest green leaves oti majolica., liut gue swallowed some paint And now she's a saint. After being au hour ur mt colicky. Revivalist Sommerville has much to answer fu: Tuose excruciatingly thrilling yams ot «ns, about that '* poor giri." aud \ that ''shipwreck" are excruciatingly severe j on congregations who hâve to listen to locals j who don't stand upon originality. The words addressed to ii . o:¡ Tuesday, by Mr Dargin, oug'oi lo i,>e nn presjc J u jo A Michael s memory tor ever. ; My advice, Mick, is that if tanglefoot so far ; makes a bruie of you, sling it at once and ! jo'n thc Templars. Temora the famed" lias, so far, washed up only 30,000 ounces of gold. Why, the old Happy Valley ((talgong) alone licked that, leaving out other leads . f It's a pity Slrenerce don't swallow a- big, h'g H,and put »ii end to the eternal ^aspersions of some people who can't .speak but what...
AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS IN WILTSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 8 October 1881
AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS IN WILTSHIRE. A farmer, writing to Bell's Weekly Messen- ger respecting the state of agriculture in Wilt- shire, says :-There are many acres laid down to permanent grass, and but for considerable reductions of rent many tanners could not have kept afloat. Numbers gave their land- lords notice, and they wisely accepted the tenants' terms. Many are going in tor more stock and less corn, and none are so weil ott as they were five or six years ago. There have been few failures among fanners, hut they have been sad.y ciippled, and they are pru- dently making a considerab e difference in i their mode of living and expenditure. Futir» OIM-:KATÍ»»NS.- Sow maize, millet, pu "»kins, water and other melons; phi nt potatoes. ¡Sow tobacco in seed beds, and protect from frost with boughs, &c, water if necessary. How sorghum saecharatum in seed beds, for transplanting. Sow Swedish turnips, carrots, beet, mangel-wurzel, &c. KÍTCIIEN GARÚEN.- Sow peas, cabbage, l...
Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 15 October 1881
Richmond. i Os Monday mornin g I.ist Dr. Jocked, assisted itv Air. Cobcroft, chcuiist, successfully i removed a tumour from the upper ja v of a ! young giri, the daughter ot Mi-, it 'henson, of | I Castlereagh. The little patient v. .is put under i I the iufluec.ee of chloroform, un i a.ter the ! í ? . > ! ooeration seemed none tile wor»e tor .vu it she j I h.ni undergone. The panent is now progress- j ing favourably. i An accident happened to OTIara's crockety j cart on M m.lay aUern mn, t!ie 10th instant, Wild st p oceeoillg aioi.g M ICi-stlvCt. wilde I - i.ne r&lt;-[i..r-i t > tue sueet are Oeing done ; i (he ii >r,-c a: t neile i to ihe cart stummed alni j teil, evi .entiv (Vom mere exhaustion, the .nea j who ..-.er.- nt work in ihe street at the time, ran ¡ to O ¡I.ira's assistance, and they succeeded in | j p.acing the li ase ag un on bis legs without j j .ne loss o; even a handle to one of those j ' usefu om nnent, which ure so conspicuous.y j ; oispl iv.'.l ...