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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive from Sydney.. Monday, Tnesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ParramaK i ...Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Fri ? '. ly, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. RicbT .hud...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Pitt T .wu...Monday, 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, ó.i5 p.m. ; Thursday, 8 p.m. ; Friday, Satur- day, 3.15 p.m. » Wilberforce...Monday, 3.15 p.m.; Tnesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.15 p.m. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, ."¡.|j p n,. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. -1Sver¿ioueB£ÍÍÍÍ^ Thurs- 1 (j ./, Friday, Saturday, ;;r ; 1.30 r-.m. j Mulgrave... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Depart for Sydney...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at 6.30 aan. and 3.30 p.m. Parramatta...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 6.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. Richmond ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ThuTS day, Friday, Saturday, at ...
Railway Time-table. (CORRECTED TO DATE.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Railway Time-table. (CORRECTED TO DATE.) Leave SYDNEY for Riverstone Malgrave Windsor Clarendon Bichmond I 9.0 A.M.; 5.25 P.M. Saturday add., > 1.45 P.M. Sunday, 12.15 A.M. (All I set down at Clarendon.) J Leave for SYDNEY from Eichmond."7.0 A.M.; 3.45 P.M. Saturday add., 6.45 P.M. (Sets down or picks np at Claren- don.) Windsor...7.15 A.M.J 4.0 P.M. Saturday add., 7.0 P.M. Mulgrave...7.24 A.M. ; 4.9 P.M. Saturday add., 7.11 P.M. Riverstone...7.42 A.M.; 4.27 P.M. Saturday add., 7.25 P.M. Blacktown...8.20 A.M.; 4.59 P.M. Saturday add., 7.58 P.M.
RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, and W. K. Gibbons, J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
EICHMOND POLICE COUET. FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock, and W. K. Gibbons, J.'s.P.) I SUMMONS CASE.-Samuel Wood v. James Dunn. Defendant, Dunn, was summoned for unlawfully essaulting and beating com- plainant on May 7th last, in Lennox-street. I Pleaded not guilty. I Samuel Wood sworn, deposed : " The information just read is mine, and is true. Was at defendant's place on 7th May last. Hit me twice in the face, said he would settle with me ; went to the pond and washed the blood from my face ; went into defend- ants yard again ; defendant followed me and hit me tb ree times in the abdomen; told some people I had been hit with a corn-stalk. Defendant gave me lOs., saying "that was a" I should get, and I could do my I) best." Had been employed husking corn for defendant; had finished my work; said nothing to provoke him. To defendant : Did not say anything about your wife in the 3rard. Twelve shillings was the price agreed for; did say you was a learned man. Bench found d...
Richmond. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Richmond. [FROM OCR CORRESPONDENT.] OBÍTIJ Ait Y.-An old resident of Kurrajong, Mr. Stuart, passed over to the majority on 17th M.-!y last, at Parramatta Hospital. De- ceased had bce:i niling for some time pr ev otis to his demise ; his friends, therefore, thought it best to oht.iin his admission into the above Institu ion, whither he went. Medical treat- ment, however, was of no avad, his frame having become emaciated by disease, under ¡ which he gradually sank, and succumbed as above. lie died at the advanced age of seventy, leaving a large family to mourn their loss. His remains were interred in St. Stephen's C. E. Cemetery Kurrajong, on Friday, 29th ult. GOOD TEMPLARY.-The usual weekly meet- ing of the Happy Home Lodge was held in the ante-room of the School of Arts on Wed- nesday last 8th inst. There was a good at- tendance of members, and it was arranged to j hold a Harmony Meeting tn the School of Arts Hall on Friday, 18th instant, vide adver- j rising columns. I have kept th...
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 7TH JUNE, 1881. (Before G. G. A. Gord[?], Esq., and H. H. Beck, Esq., J.'s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 7TH JUNE, 1881. (Before G. G. A. Gordni, Esq., and H. H. Beck, Esq., J.'s.P.) ! James Fidler. Drnnk in George-street on j the 31 st ultimo. Adjourned till next Court day the 14th instant. James Bateman. Infraction of Towns Police Act, The case is o ie that is of con- siderable interest, and arose out of certain information laid against defendant for having washed sheep skins at the river where the watermen go for their supply for town par poses. According to the Act nothing could be done to the defendant, as there is nothing in it clearly defining that the defendant's offence was an infraction of the law. The Bench accordingly cautioned the defendant, n - it was his first offence, not to wash any more sheepskins at that place. The case was with- drawn. William Alcorn and John Strachan y i-itly charged raith Infraction of careless use of Fire Act on the 24th ult. (Queen'« Birthday.) This was a bad case. The defendants were cautioned by .the police not t...
WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
WESLEYAN METHODIST. WINDSOR.-l'th June, ll a.m., Rev, H. Mack. >, i> 7 p.m., " RICHMOND 3 p.m., ,, " " 7 p.m., Mr. Anderson. ENFIELD ,, ll a.m., Mr. W. C. Gambrill. KURRAJONG ,, 2.30 p.m., ,, WILBERFORCE " ll a.m., Mr. T. Anderson. " " 7 p m., A. Simpson, BUTTSWORTH SWAMP, June l'th, 3p.m.,T. Anderson. BEV. H. MACK, Chairman of Circuit.
Sydney and Country Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Sydney and Country Bank. F WE beg to call our reader's attention to this Company's advertisement in another column, therefrom, and what is here said, our constituents will glean all that may be required of this-our latest-Banking Com- pany. Banking investments have always proved so profitable that we have pleasure in calling attention to the new institution the " Sydney and Country Bank" whose advertisement, to the effect that it wi1 open in Sydney for general Banking business on the 1st prox.. appears in our columns. The conditions under which this new Bank is launched are very favourable, the times are prosperous, and the management is all that can be desired. No new local bank j has been established for over 17 years, whilst our population has doubled itself in that time, therefore there must be ample j scope for its operations, especially, as its name indicates, that business will not be confined to the metropolis. Increased prosperity generally follows the opening of Branch Ban...
SURGERY FOR ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
SURGERY FOR ANIMALS. A CORRESPONDENT of the Rural .WM Yorker advises stock growers not to he in haste to destroy any anima! that may break a J leg. forby means of piaster of 1* ,ris and some bagging strips the limb mav be set a td sup- ported until the fractured bone-: unites again, ilis plan has been, b >:h with c lives ami shi ep, to wind thesrtips nf baggiag aboM.t the brocen imb, plaster over with calcio d piaster, mixed to a thin paste, and oilier sups wound over t'-at ! and more plaster applied, the leg fastened to .-p!ints of wood until the plaster sets. The animal would limp around for a ;ew days on :hi ee legs, but recovered without blemish .
Arrival of river Caft at Windsor. Wharf. MONDAY, JUNE 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Arrival of river Caft at Windsor. Wharf. MONDÂT, JUNK 6TH. Emily Edith, from Colo. Oranges, poultry, and e8gs. (C. Blundell.) WEDNESDAY, 8TH. Victoria, from Sackville Beach. Oranges, Poultry, eggs and butter. (Ward.) Industry, i' om Macdonald. Maize, eggs, and sundries. (Daniels.) S.S. Eva, (Butler.) Towing. S.S. Telegraph, from the Macdonald. Oranges, poultry, &c. Gem, Colo. Oranges, and Poultry. (Me there ll.) Queen, í om Portland Head. Pumpkins, Melons, Poultry and Eggs. (Everingham.) FRIDAY, 10TH. Queen, from PortlandHead. Oranges. (Evering- ham.)
Sold on account of various persons By GEORGE WELLS AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT, 242 Sussex-street, Sydney. Monday, June 6th, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Sold on account of various persons By GEORGE WELLS AUCTIONEER ¿JD COMMISSION AGENT, 242 Sussex-street, Sydney. Monday, June 6th, 1881. Me:.-"teman Chaff bale 4s. 3d. do. Hay Bale 4s. 9d. Luchee Straw bundles 3s. Ford Hay 4s. od. Lynch Straw 2s. iud. Warburion 15 bags Potatoes 4s. Worboys 15 " " 4s. Do. 15 " ., 4s. Do. 15 " " 4s. Lonergan Straw 2s. 7d. H. Bayless Chaff bags 5s. J. Owens Pumpkins 2s. 4d. Whitmee 51 bags wheat 5s. ld. Manning 21 bags corn 2s. 6£d. GouTbi 14 " " 2s. 7d. Moore 31 bales L. Hay 3s. Unshaw 14 ,, " 3s. 6d. Straw dull in consequence of a large shipment from Tasmania. Chaff rather dull, large arrivals from Melbourne last week. I sold to-day Billet wood . 11s. to 15s. 6d. Bundle " . 14s. 6d. to 16s. 9d
Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
Windsor Markets. The markets have not improved since our last issue, not to any appreciable extent, at any rate. Holing prices as under : Maize (new) from . 2s. 2d. to 2s. 4d. Melons . 2s. Od.to 2s. Od. Pumpkins . 2s. Od. to 2s. Od. Fowls . 2s. 9s. to 2s. 9d. Geese . 4s. Od. to 5s. Od. Ducks . 2s. 9d. to 3s. 3d. Eggs . ls. 2d. to Os. Od. Lemons . 2s. 6d. to Os. Od. Butter . ls. Od. to ls. 3d. Oranges . 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. Lucerne Hay . 2s. 6d. to 3s. Od. Chaff . 4s. 6d to 2s. 6d. Straw . 2s. 6d.~to 2s. 6d. Windsor, 11th June, 1881.
CHAPTER SEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
CHAPTER SEVEN. Lippiatt. took the whale by the ear. '* Come, we must go," he said. The whale went with him. Lippiatt guided him, sitting on his back. He steered him back to the garden where he belonged. *41 fetched your whale," he said to Sara chette's father, and then turned to Saraehette, Saraehette looked grave. " You are to be my wife," seid Lippiatt. " She cannot be your wife," said Sara chette's father, " she was married to-day." Saraehette went away.
Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
ÏTawkesbury District Agricul- tural Association. ;. h annual meeting of the members was i : ..ii the Hawkesbury Race-course on S ." r.i. the 28th May, 1881. There was a ].-. :i- attendance. Lieut. Col. Holborrow in the chair. The minutes of the last ordinary meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary read the advertisement con- venu g the meeting, and by direction of the chairman he also read the Report from the retiring Committee, and the Treasurer's Balance Sheet. The latter shewed the receipts during the year to have been £591 9s. Sd., and the expenditure £486 5s. lOd. leaving a credit balance of £105 3s, lOd. The Report, &c, were received with much satis- faction by the meeting. Proposed by Mr. W. Lamrock, seconded by Mr. W. M. Lackey, and carried, "That the ! Report and Balance sheet as submitted be ! now adopted." The secretary then read the advertisement giving the names of those gentlemen who had been duly nominated as office bearers. Proposed by Mr. C. S. Guest ...
CHAPTER SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
CHAPTER SIX. Lippîat could see thc mouth of the mollusk. It was like a mass of tissues, curving in and out around each other. It beat horribly. It made a noise like the carviug of râV flesh. The mouth did »ot open like jaws. Leppiatt knew he must pass among those throbbing tissues. They would wind around him and envelope him They would not mutilate him. They would absorb him. £fe was drawn closer, he' could feel the cold, damp breath from out that moving mass of matter blowing on his face. He could see more plainly the throb of the mouth, and the eyes of the mollusk were close to his. The noisy beat of the mouth almost deafened him. Lippiatt drew his knife. His only rescue was in diverting the attention of the fish. Tha long, horrible class were drawing him in. About him waved the smallest tentacles of the monster. Lippiatt struck at the mouth with his knife. The fish quivered, but did not let go. Lip- piatt struck again. The laceraied mouth moved in fearful pain and passion. Lippia...
ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
ATHLETIC CLUB. THE first meeting of this club was held at the Odd Fellows' Hall, on Monday evening, the 6th of June. There were present the Mayor (Alderman Simon), who occupied the cb air ; Messrs. W. Gosper, W. Moses, McNiven, Pickup, Frazer, B. Richards, H. A. McQuade, Peudergast, W. H. Hull, and R. Turner. Mr. W. Moses moved the first resolution as follows :-"That an Athletic Club should be formed-to be named the ' Windsor Ath- letic Club.' " which was seconded by Alder- man W. Gosper, and carried without dissent. Alderman Pickup proposed,-"That W. McQuade, Esq., J.P., and Alex. Bowman, Esq., M.P., be requested to become Patrons of the Club." This was seconded by Mr. P. Frazer, and carried. The third resolution was proposed bv Alderman McNiven, thus,-"That H. A. McQuade, Esq., be President of the Club, and that R. Ridge Esq. and B. Richards, Esq., J's.P., be vice-Presidents," which was seconded by Alderman W. Gosper, and car- ried unanimously. It was proposed by Alderman W. Gospe...
GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 11 June 1881
GOOD TEMPLARY. I A HARMONY Meeting of the Pride of I Windsor Lodge, No. 199, I.O.G.T., was held j on Friday, June 3rd, at the Wesleyan Schol room, Macquarie-street. There was a large gathering of Brothers and Sisters, and friends who had been invited by ticket. The chair was taken at 8 o'clock by Bro. G. T. Collins, who, in a few well-chosen and appropriate remarks, called upon the choir to sing " Work for the night is coming," which was excellently rendered. The chairman then called upon the Rev, C. B. Fairey to address the meeting. That gentleman did so in his usual pleasant way. He advocated the principles of total abstinence, and thought Good Templary was" by far the best position held by those who declined to use strong drink, Its principles were wide-spread, and were of the most philantrhopic character. The speaker was exceedingly humorous, and he I was much applauded during his speech, j The choir was again called upon, and this time gave, with much effect, " Oh, we are Volun...