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COMMERCIAL, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

COMMERCIAL, W. A. llRontR and berlaud SaleyariU, 13th July, ii>83. Co. report'having sold at their Ctim George-street, Parraniatta, on Friday, Turkeys Geese Ducks Fancy Fowl?... Funis (coin'on) Pigeons Canaries Roll liiittcr ... Keg liutter ... bacon Hams lVrkers Ktfps Lard (in blad ders) ... 0 Honey ... o Teas (new sea son I.J CllPSt o Pigs' Cheeks... o Carcase Pork... o Dressed Sheep o Hares t Cheese o Suckers ... ^ Goats 2 d s 11 to 16 * 4 3 o ° 7 Milch Cows Calves ... IIOisos Potators Onions Hav Chaft Mai7.0. ... Oats IJran ... ;.. Pollard Barley OraiiRcs Lemons Passion Fruit... Peas Melons Pumpkins Pone Dust ... s d 80 o . 6 o (.0 o . 80 o 120 o 75 ° 80 o z 10 ?i 4 2CO »5 35' 90 130 90 too 3 6 o 6 7 100 120 Tip Drays ... 80 - _ Spring Carts...140 o 240 0 Village Carts. ..160 o 160 o Buggies ...ioo o 650 o Lot of Farming Implements and Sundries.'

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. / Sydney:. Messrs. Greville and Co. Richmond : Mr. T. Pryke. Riverstone : Mr. T. Links. Blacktown : Mr. Graham. Wiseman's Ferry : Mr. James Walms lcy.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

THE WINDSOR and RICHMOND GAZETTE, Published Every SATURDAY MORNING. Subscription : 2s 6d per quarter, in advance; 3s booked. OFFICE Rosa's Buildings, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. A Live Paper, Containing ail the Local, General, Sporting, and Commercial News of the Week. Original Articles on Current Topics, Sketches, Tales, Poetry, &c., &c., &c. PRICE 3d. A Large Circulation IN Windsor, Richmond, and throughout the District, guaranteed, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO Local Advertisers in the shape of Moderate Rates & Excellent Positions. Extended Reports of all Local Meetings, Gatherings, &c., will be given in our columns. JOB PRINTING Executed Cheaply and in first class Style. J. CHAS. FITZPATRICK, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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SUNDRY SKETCHES. ON THE HAWKESBURY. No 2. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

STJNDKY SKETCHES. ON THE HAWKESBURY. No 2. I'll make a tour and then I'll write it. I'll prose it here, I'll verse it there I'll picturesque it everywhere I'll do what all have done before By Jove I shall, and something more. Wiseman's Ferry is but a small village, -and is situate immediately opposite the mouth of the Macdonald River, which empties itself into the Hawkesbury here, -whilst Webb's Creek runs its course between the Ferry and the mighty cliffs above, and also pours its waters into the main stream. The township is on the overland route from Sydney to Maitland, and at one time the amount of traffic over the Ferry was enormous-as it was the crossing-place for the large herds of stock taken to Sydney from the North to supply the Metropolitan market. The township is built upon a stretch of land which quietly slopes to the water's edge, whilst in the background stand huge rugged hills and rocky precipices, peering above the heavy timber of which the telegraph poles may be dis...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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LAST MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

LAST \EOMENT. Look Out for Hesford's Skating Rink, School of Arts, On Tuesday next. Stockton CohI Company paid dividend of 20 per cent. The Australasian Cabje Company, the object of which is to disseminate colonial news in English papers, has been regis tered. Jack M'Elhone ami the O'Sulli van will now have a show. Evan Evans fined,£"io at Parramatta for travelling first-class with a second class ticket. Good Heaven, Evans ! The authorities should look after some of the aristocracy who do the same thing. Yass Protectionists have established an Australian National League, with Ninian Melville as President. Ninian deserves the honour, if honour there is in being President of an organisation estab lished at Yass. £'50,000 spent 011 Centennial Park during tne past seven months. Men employed, 300 ; wages, £*600 weekly. One member of a family at Malvern (V.), smothered during night by an escape of gas. Others rendered unconscious. Charles Warner, the actor, appears to night, at the Theatr...

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DISASTROUS FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

DISASTROUS FIRES. In our issue last week we gave an account of a fire breaking out on Ham Common, near Claren don, caused through smokers carelessly throwing away lighted matches, and we have this week again to record another from the same cause (not by the railway engine,as generally supposed) and in the samfe locality. It appears that on Saturday morning about eleven o'clock some young men were observed smoking on the Common near Mr. Dight's, and immediately afterwards a great volume of smoke announced that the grass was on fire. The wind that was blowing at the time gave no hopes of extinguishing the flames, which travelled m a south-easterly direction with tre mendous speed. The greater part of the fencing -surrounding the properties of Messrs. Richards, Kenny, Kelly, Ezzy, Bowman, Barker, and Hos '.kisson was destroyed, and the various sheds at Clarendon, which it appears were all stocked with maize, narrowly escaped destruction - in par ticular, that of Mr. S. Hoskisson at Cli...

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TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

TYPHOID FEVER. A vo%c, the,\hmv«md-ills that flesh is heir to, ty phoid fever Feenis at present to be claiming the majority of victims. It is necessary to say but little with oespecttfwhich so many j oti!onmi|krQ^a|l}F t|ilienl a#ay.* It has;>;formed j i:io subject ofpumfer^s medical e^iortatifetos, and a n .-.till jailer t^tmberipf ne\4^aper" article^ TSheJ «d se.i|e ^tll rQMrnins with |is,and- the ujucSftunate | p -i« itie aflair is that majgf of- those ' vbo fall1 victims, are persons who endeavour to comply, so Qir as their knowledge goes, with the conditions of life which would ensure immunity from it, No man car. be expected to b£ his " brother's keeper," and moreover, no man can be expected to know what his neighbour is doing. Thus the most care fr.'i arid cleanly person may have living next door t > him someone who is altogether regardless of I lie commonest requirements d sanitation. Ty phoid germs are prevalent in all defective drains and sewer pipes, and if our syst...

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THE WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, JULY 28th, 1888. Water Communication Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

THE , WINDSOR AND RICHMOND | ©ajette. SATURDAY, JULY 28th, i888. Lot the journalist defend the doctrines of the party which hi; approves; let liiin criticise and condemn the party which he docs not approve: reserving always his ri^ht to applaud his opponents or censure his friends, as the trutli m.iy require-and he will be Independent enough lor a Free Country.-GAKKtKl.l). Water Communication Wanted. IN our last issue we referred briefly to the necessity which exists for rendering water communication between Windsor and the various settlements along the Hawkesbury practicable, and since then we have received several communications from local gentlemen, expressing their willingness to render assistance, pecu nary and otherwise, in bringing the mat ter before the proper authorities. That the work to which we refer is absolutely necessary no one for a moment will doubt; that it might easily and at a very small outlay be rendered an accomplished fact is also apparent to all who are acqu...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. To Admirers.-We have to thank a number of j local residents from whom we have received | congratulations respecting our first issue. We trust that all will show that their good j wishes are genuine by supporting us, and giving us the weight of their influence. A Friend.-Don't fear ; we are not going to let ourselves be drawn out like a badger in this way. W.L5.D. (Dubbo).-Thinks, old man. We arc gratified because of your kind wishes, and they are reciprocated. KF. action, we trust that you will pull through successfully. It certainly is a scandalous shame that, under the now existing libel law any mountebank in the country, without being possessed of a red cent, may institute an action against a news paper man, and, if unsuccessful, may leave the unfortunate inkslinger to pay his own costs. In such a case the result of the action is as disastrous to the newspaper proprietor as if he were cast in heavy damages. It is time that some move were made to compel ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

OR. SP EE R> S AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 42 MARGARET-STREET, (Between George and York Streets), P.O. Box, 920. SYDNEY. P.O. Box, 920. Established for the Scientific and Speedy Cure of CHRONIC, SPECIAL, AND NERVOUS DISEASES. AS a test, Dr. Speer will send a trial bottle of his Medicine free of charge (carriage ex cepted) to any person applying to him, who will give full particulars of their trouble. This will demonstrate his unbounded confidence in these wonderful remedies, which are only known to him self, and which for over two years have achieved such unvaried success in his New Zealand practice. All applicants for a trial bottle of his medicine must enclose a 2d stamp for reply. W. ARMOUR, House Painter, Sign Writer, Grainer Glazier, and Paperhanger, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, (Opposite Salvation Army Barracks.) ESTIMATES GIVEN for GENERAL WORK. The Best Materials used, and none but most Reasonable Charges made. A Choice Lot of Patterns in Paper and Borders to select from. Orders unde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

RICHMOND HOUSE. RICHMOND. WOODHiLL & CO., Have the Pleasure of Announcing' the Arrival of their NEW SEASON'S TEAS, The CHOICEST CHOPS imported this year from CHINA, embracing Fnl!, Strong, and Rich Flavoured PANJONG, KAISOW, and CONGOU; Deli cate and Highly-Scented ORANGE PEKOE; KANGRA and DARGEELING,. INDIAN TEAS; CEYLON TEAS, and other Varieties, in lO-fo BOXES AND HALF-CHESTS. 'AN EARLY CALL SOLICITED. PRICES EXCEPTIONALLY LOW. NOTE THE ADDRESS WOOX>h:XX<jl, Sc c o., RICHMOND HOUSE, RICHMOND. The Riverstone Stores, J n h GENERAL STOREKEEPER. o - GROCERIES, DRAPERY, IRONMONGERY, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING of every description always on hand, _A_T S"2"IDIsr:E"^" PRICES. o Galvanized Iron and Timber Kept in Stock. A Millinery and Dressmaking Branch has been established in connection with the Business. THE CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE IN THE DISTRICT.. o Note the Address Near the Railway Station, Riverstone.

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

PEDESTRIAN ISM. At Mr, Huxley's Chester tracks at Clarendon Oil Saturday evening last about 150 people at tended to witness the 100 yards foot race between J. Wood and C. Day, both of Windsor, for ^"5 a side. The race caused no small amount of excite ment, and moderate wagering was indulged in. A good start was effected, and Wood led his man for about seventy-five yards, when Day spurted, and managed to come in a winner by about a yard. Time, n 2-5 sees. A foot race took place on Tuesdav afternoon in Gosper's Paddock between J. Wood and C. Day, 50 yards, for £2 a side. It was won by Wood by a breast. The pair run the distance again for another stake, when a dead heat resulted. On going to run off, Wood got away with the start, and Day was left on the scratch. On Monday afternoon last a race was run off in Gosper's Paddock between A. Drew and \V. Simon, distnnce 100 yards, for £2 a side. The men got away to a magnificent start, but before half the distance was got over it could be se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

NOTICE. In order that the GAZETTE may be a purely local paper, the proprietor requests that items of general interest be furnished at as early a pericd after tbeir occurrence as possible. News from townships in the district where correspondents have not already been appointed, will find ready insertion AGENTS REQUIRED EVERYWHERE. All correspondence to be sent direct to the EDITOR, WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE, GEORCE-STREET, WINDSOR.

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

CYCLING. The trip to Penrith on Saturday last which the W indsor bicycle Club had arranged was attended by only thiee of its members. They left Windsor about 4 p.m., accompanied by .1 member of the Sydney Club and one of the St. Leonards. After a heavy lide against the wind, they reached l'en rith a few minutes before 6 o'clock, and made for Squire's Hotel, where they received every attention from the worthy hostess. Cyclists from the various metropolitan clubs continued to arrive during the evening, and rather a lively time was experienced after the inner man was satisfied. The following clubs were represented, viz; Sydney, Suburban, Summer Hill, St. Leonards, and Windsor. The city clubs started on the return journey on Sunday morning, some coming via Windsor, and the Windsor Club started from Penrith at 3 p.m. for home via Richmond, and arrived at 5 p.m. Cluu RUN.-The Club have a run to River stone to-day, leaving town at 3.30 p.m. After having tea at Mr. G. Ireland's Hotel, they ...

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ROUSE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

ROUSE HILL. A concert was held at the school-room, Rouse Hill, on the 20th inst,the proceeds being given towards the purchase of an organ for the local Church of England. The building was filled and a very pleas ant time was spent, the various perform ers giving every satisfaction. Those who assisted were-Mr. arid Mrs Rouse, Miss Robins, Miss Mc Gilbury, Mr Tout (Windsor), and the Misses Pye, from Blacktown. Verdict of wilful murder returned yesterday against wife of Michael Peter Collins, who died at Botany from effects of poison.

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

SCISSOBS AND PASTE. AND there in the privacy of his sanctum the colonel sat, and edited his paper with predatory shears and a dishonest paste pot.-Max Adder. Fires at Clarendon last week did much damage. Foot-racing, rat-baiting, boat-pulling, and bush fires the order of the day, Mr. O'Sullivan has been treating his consti tuents to a political harangue. It is to be hoped that they enjoj'ed listening as much as the O'Sulli van does speaking. Number of public buildings destroyed by fire at Hayti. Incendiarism suspected. The doctor who had charge of Mr. Mandeville, M.P., who died in Tullamore Gaol, apparently from ill-treatment, has committed suicide. The Land Nationalisation League at Goulburn is very strong. The whole of the Aldermen are members, and an ex-Mayor, Mr. Wombey, is President. Heavy snow at Hobart (Tasmania), also at Ballarat and other towns in Victoria. JohnHarlew attempted to murder his wife at Melbourne, and failing, did the next best thing shot himself dead. Bush fir...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

FOOTBALL. The following players are picked to play with ( Richmond againot the Parramatta club to-day on ' the local park, viz:-Griffiths, Monnock, Tierney, Phipps, Pryke, Hyslop, Woodhill, Barker, Hem- J mellock, Brooks, Ezzy, Movtley, Eathev, Free- ! man, and Cobcroft (captain) ; emergencies Chalmers, Chandler and Pryke E.

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DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS. On Saturday week last, whilst Messrs. Thomas Kemp and Thomas Bowd were quarrying at Sackville Reach for a road they came across a human skull, under a very large flat rock. They also dis covered in the same place one part of the neck bone, the knee bone, and close by portion of a dungaree dress. Alongside these remains was a piece of wood of ex traordinary weight. The discoverers re ported the find to the police, and we believe the skull, &c., is in the possession of the police. (This item was sent us,j but was, unfortunately, delayed untilf after our issue of last week bad ap-] peared.)

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LIGHTING STREET LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

LIGHTING STREET LAMPS. According to the report of the Wind sor Borough Council's meeting last week, it appears that some dispute has arisen between that civic body and the Windsor Gaslight Company, with regard to light ing the street lamps with the Company's gas. The secretary wrote to the Council asking that the agreement between them, with regard to this matter, be cancelled. Whether it is that the present rate per lamp, which we understand is £4 2s 6d per quarter, is not enough we do not know, but some understanding should be arrived at in order that Windsor on dark nights should not altogether present an appearance of being a second Black Hole of Calcutta.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THAT LOAN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 28 July 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. [WE do not identify ourselves with the opinions our correspondents.] THAT LOAN. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-It is evident that those ratepayers who oppose the borrowing of money for permanent works have not ALL their own way, for, though " Ratepayer" in your last issue professes to agree with the opposition in part, it is quite clear to nie that he does not admire (he aldermanic change of front. Neither do 1-but then I am ONE of those who approves of the loan ; and though I may be in a minority, I am satisfied that such minority is neither small nor contemptible. During the time the objectors were getting their petition signed I defended the Council, because I believed they were in the right; but since their remarkable gymnastic feat of standing upon their heads and jumping Jim Crow, I have begun to think they are not as good men as I expected, and that the objectors after all were right in declining to trust the present Council with the spending of £2000-for surely men who ...

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