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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

In the Estate of the Late WIL LIAM OWENS, of Pitt Town. ALL Persons having any claims against the above Estate are requested to forward par ticulars of the same to the undersignad without delay. Dated this 24th day of October, 1888. RICHARD OWENS, (For self and other Executor) Pitt Town. Wesleyan Sunday School, Windsor. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Will be held on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, at 3 and 7 p.m. A PUBLIC MEETING on Monday, 29th October, at 8 p.m. WINDSOR BICYCLE CLUB SKATING OAR-NT TV AT., UNION HALL, Monday Evg. Next. Band Engaged for the Occasion, Refreshments. Provided. W. MORTLEY, Hon. Sec. GOOD ACCOMMODATION AT E. SIMPSON'S Private Residence, Riverstone. A Sociable will meet all trains to convey Visitors to and from German Charlie's. Notice. ALL PERSONS are cautioned against giving CREDIT to an)' person in my name with out my written authority. EDWARD GRF.ATRTV To F. J, Mortley, Esq,, Mayor of Windsor. Dear SIR,-We, the undersigned resi dents in the Borough of Windsor and the Hawke...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

ATHLETICS. The proposed Prince of Wales Birthday sports are off, half-a-dozen interested residents being in suflicient to carry them througfi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

Roads Office, Windsor, 12th October, *888» SALE OF FERRV LEASES. HE CLERK OF PEtftf SESSIONS will sell by Public Auction, at the Court House, Windsor, on WEDNESDAY* 7th NOVEMBER Next, at twelve o'clock, the Leases, for the year 1889, of the un; dermentioned Ferries* vizi i Pitt ToWii » Portland Saekville » Articles and eonditlcriS bf sale cart be Seen at the Court-house* Windsor^ F. G. P. NEILLEY, Read Superintendent! Wiseman's Ferry Books' t» £10,000 GIVEN AWAY to BU YERS of a Bottle of Breadnibkne Whisky. Shipped by Alex. Ferguson & Co., Glasgow. Particulars from all Wine Merchants, Store-keepers, Hotel keepers, and Spirit Dealers. Wholesale Agents-tA. Wilder & Co., Sydney. DRESSMAKING LADIES, MESSRS. PADLEY BROS. Wish to draw your attention to the fact that for STYLISH DUESS and MANTLE MAKING they stand Unequalled in this District. Their Workroom is under the supervision of a lady for many years Forewoman of some of the Leading Houses in Sydney* so with confidence...

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LATE SPORTING. AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

LATE SPORTING. [Tnii secretaries of all local clubs and sporting organisations are requested to furnish us with reports of their meetings or gatherings at as early a date as possible. Sporting fixtures will be gladly inserted, and any information of general interest received with thanks J AQUATICS. [ With tlw unar approach nr til-1 Searlc-Knnip -natch public inlrivst in thai i-vout lias i.uivasod to a oiitsidnraliln t;xt"lit, I and despite the roii'itcr attractions of Ca'ilficM and i-'Um inutoii tile, ratv is tin- suhj cl of much Micc.ul.ition as tu its j»i>!>;i!>Ir results. During l!t;< p;i^t we~k both men have roil tinned tliiMi- preparations for the ''roat struggle. each onjuv i»K (lie best of health mul f.'i-liiigequailvcoiifidrnt of victory. Kemp rows in his wrll-knnwn even stvfe, pulling each stroke with tiiarhinelike regularity. rind travelling over the w.ilcr at a marvellous speed witlio'it much apparent exertion. The champion will trip in ptfect conditio...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

WHAT WE HE All. That a public meeting is to lie held by the . townspeople to congratulate the Council on adopt ! ing the water supply scheme. That over was realised by Mr. Gibbs by the late concert at Freeman's Reach. That the three retiring aldermen will be opposed in February. We hardly think anyone will ven ture to oppose Mayor Mortley. That a very interesting lecture on his travels "was given in the Church of Kngland school-room by the Kev. J. I'aterson on Wednesday night. That bush (ires have again broken out in various parts of the district, and have destroyed much property. Like ourselves, these conflagrations won't be " put out." That Alick Bowman has been taking a tour round various portions of his electorate. That the permanent way on the Richmond line is as clean as a new pin. That the railway authorities are beginning to notice the necessity of making the pumping station near the Mulgrave platform. That the GAZETTE drew their attention to this fact. That, though the time...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

LOCAL AND GENERAL. CROWN LAND SALES. On Monday, 17th De cember, -nine allotments of Crown lands-three town and six suburban-situate in the town of St. .Albans, will be submitted for sale at the Windsor Land office. DEATH.-We have to chronicle the death of Mr. John Hunt, who had been ill for some time,-and which event took place at an early hour on Satur day morning. The fnneral took place on Sunday afternoon, and was very largely attended. MR. ALEXANDER BOWMAN, M.P,-This gentle man visited Pitt Town on Thursday, and wasdriven ?on Friday, by Messrs J. and R. Owens, to Wilber force, Wheeney and Cadai, at which places several requirements were brought under his notice, Mr. Bowman also visited Riverstone and Nelson, and returned to Sydney by the 4 train on Friday. He intends to visit portions of this electorate at an early date, due notice of which will be given. NATIVE PLANTS.-Says an exchange It un fortunately happens that the term " native beech" is applied to-several|Australian tree...

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THE WINDSOR WATER SUPPLY. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ADOPTED. £6,500 TO BE BORROWED. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 27 October 1888

THE WINDSOR WATER, SUPPLY- ; ^LANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ADOPTED.; /6.50Q TO BE BORROWED. <OK Monday evening last, a special meeting of'the Windsor Borough Council was held at the ^Chambers, Macq uarie-street, for the purpose of 'dealing with the plans and specifications sub mitted by Mr. J. P. Sharkey, civil engineer, show ting a scheme for supplying Windsor with water. There was a full council, a goodly number of the ^general public was present during the evening,find much interest was manifested in the proceedings. The plans prepared by Mr. Sharkey were of a 'most elaborate character, and every detail was in cluded therein, the work being done in a manner .reflecting the utmost credit upon the gentleman -mentioned. After the minutes had been read, the Mayor ' said that he would like to make a few remarks with reference to the water supply. It had oc . cupied the minds of the people for many years, and attempts had been made to render it an ac > complished fact. It appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

HOPE FOR THE DEAF ! Nicholson's Ear Drums. Cure deafness. The most aston ishing cures have been effected. Send for 132 page illustrated book, containing full particulars of this invention, FREE. Dr. Nicholson, 65 William-street, Melbourne. THE BUDGET SPEECH.-The Colonial Treas urer (Mr. Burns) made his financial statement on Wednesday nignt. From January 1, 1883, to June 30, 1888, the increase of population in New South Wales, was the most numerous of all the colonies, being 255,950, while the increase in Victoria was only 160,197, *n Queensland 118,685. Mr. Burns estimates a credit balance of £329,965 £t the end of 1888.' The American Imported Trotting Stallion, DONCASTER Record : 2.34 over J mile-track. Will Stand at Mulgrave for the Seaso.n. Terms .... 8 Guineas. DONCASTER is a bright sorrel, with white snip on face, and lef{ hind foot white ; is 16 hands in height, weighs about 1180 pounds. He took first and only premium for stallion roadsters at the Californian State Fair. PEDI...

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BULLS FOR MULGRAVE STUD FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

BULLS FOR MULGRAVE STUD FARM. The steamer Gulf of Corcovada, which is expected to arrive within a few days, has on board from Loudon three very valuable young bulls-one for the Tocal herd, the others for the Mulgrave stud farm. Tltey were selected by Mr. Yeo, of Devonshire, who 1ms rendered similar services several times before to this colony. The one which is coming to Tocal is the Hereford bull Sarchedi'ii bred by Mr. H. W. Taylor. Showle Court, Ledbury; sire. Maidstone; dam, Fairy, by Thoughtful, g dam Hazel, by Tom Brown ; r gdam, Hazel, by Holmer; g g g dam, Hjazel, by Showle. Sarcho don's sire Maidstone lias an extraordinary record of show successes. Since 1884 he has five firsts at Royal Shows and four championships Under the'Hereford society, besides dozens of firsts and champions on other firstclass show grounds. If Snrchedon is as (jood as his sire, the Tocal head will receive a worthy addition. Mr. G. S. Yeo's pair are of the best Devon strains. Thev are: B^ron Golsoncott...

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A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Windsor and Richmond will be visited next we"k by the distinguished soldier of the American War, Major Hetirv G. I)an'e, one of the heroes of the famous battle of th . Mobile Bay, the imil who faced tli.i terrific- tic < of 301 gun* for t A-O hours and .17 minutes. Major Dane, who is making a tour of the world, has been received in Australia with grest enthusiasm. He was a member of the Supreme Court Bar of the United States, but gave up the Bar for the platform, and had been before the public of America, as an orator of the first rank, for some 17 years, until he has come to be declared the prince of the orators of the country. H is sub jects cover a wide field, and are all from actnal K'ioivled ;e personal experience, and observation. He is pronounced by the Press the finest orator ever heard in Australia, and as a humorist, the rival of Artimus Ward and Mark Twain. Quite a FURORE was created by his brilliant orations in Syd ney and Melbourne, w...

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PHRENOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

PHRENOLOGY AND PHYSI OGNOMY. [CONTINUKO.J The second part of our subject is Phvsionomy. The face must be two-thirds its length in breadth, and be divided further into three equal parts, chin and upper lip, nose, and forehead. The chin we will deal with first. Its downward projection shews congeniality, and is often the cause of single-blessedness. On either side is the power to be loved. Outward again, is the power to love. Its depth means engrossment, and is a sign of physical science, the anotomist. physiologist, surgeon, mathematician, and self-will, and pointing to earth is earthlv and believes in belonging to this world. Looking upward we see its opposite, the high head points its summit to the skies, and indicates the heavenly. Again still look ing at the chin, lor he is a very important I member, we sen in the centre below self-will, next perseverance, next reso i lution, beyond again the metaphysician, logician, clairvoyant, studious, sedentary, perseverance, naturalist, ast...

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THE LATE HON. W. B. DALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

THE LATE HON. W. B. DALLEY. This gentleman succumbed on Sunday night, to a rather protracted illness. Mr. Dalley's name will shine in futurity as that attached to a dis tinguished native of the colony, whose people in his generation were as proud of him as he was of it. He was born in Sydney in the year 1831, and Eassed the period of scholastic boyhood at Lynd urst and the Grammar School, then known as Sydney College. These were then the superior educational institutions of the colony, and at each scholastic honors became the reward of his | assiduous application. The law was his choice as j a profession, and at a comparatively early age he , was called to the bar, of which he lived to become I a brilliant member. Mr. Dalley occupied a seat in the Legislative Assembly for some time, and 1 many years ago represented Windsor in that institution. By his varied literature and speeches outside the political world, will Mr. I>alley's name be remembered, his memory cherished and his gen...

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TALKING BY WHISTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

TALKING BY WHISTLING. The inhabitants of Gomero Islands, one of the Canary group, use a language that does not consist of any arbitrary series of signals, or sound; it is described as ordinary speech translated into articulate whistling, each syllable having its own appropriate tone. The Gomero uses both lingers and lips when whistling, and he can carry on a conversation with a neighbour a mile off, who perfectly understands all he is saying. The practice is confined to Gomero Island, and quite unknown in the other islands of the archipelago. The adoption of the whistling language is said to be due to a peculiar geological construction of Gomero Island. It is traversed by numerous gullies and deep ravines run ning out in all directions from the central plateau. As they are not bridged, they can only be crossed with great difficulty; hence a man living within a stone's throw of another, in a straight line has often to go around many miles when he wishes to see and speak to his neighb...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

WINDSOR MARKET RATE. -Quotations. Maize. 3s Oats .. 2s iod, Barley .. 3s gd Hay .. .. £a, Straw.. .. £1 Chaff .. .. 5s to 5s Gd Butter .. is 3d Eggs .. .. gd Fowls .. 3s gd to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 3s gd Potatoes.. 6s cwt. .£$ per ton Pork .. .. 3i to to 4 Jd Sucking Pigs .. 3s 6d to 5s according to quality.

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Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

Riverstohe. , "For the last 'fortnight measles have been raging here, principally amongst children. Some of them 'had a rather severe attack, Miss Mkud Ireland and Master Alexander Campion especially. It was 'deemed necessary to call in and have E>r. Hozier's advice in each case. They are now on a fair way towards "recovery. As many as twenty-seven school Children were stricken down at the one time, with this cbmplaint. One kind gentleman, who understands k deal about homeopathic medicine, prescribed f6r most of the Children, and the ma jority 6f the people here consider this gentleman nearly, if hot quite as good, as our famous Dr. Charle, whose advice of late has been s6 very 'difficult to obtain. On Saturday afternoon, Mr. W. J. Teacher, of Nelson PubRe School, left his horse and buggy tied up in front of Mr. Links' store while he was doifig s6me shopping business ; by some means or other the horse took fright, and pulled away, galloping off round the cornet of the Cosmopolita...

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. The following report for the past week is kindly furnished by the Superintendent, Mr. Mayer : - Admitted . * .. .. 6 Discharged .. .. .. 2 Died .. .. .. 2 Remaining in Hospital .. .. 16 Remaining in Asylum .. ,. 20 Outdoor relief .. .. 18 Total number on society's books .. 54

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WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

WILBERFORCE. SUDDEN DEATH. - 1 have with regret to chronicle the rather sudden death of Mrs. Jemima jane Reynolds, wife of Mr. T. O. Reynolds, well and iavourably known in the district. Mrs. Reynolds "was afflicted with heart disease, and suddenly ueeumbed to her complaint on Monday morning about 3 o'clock. TliJ; funeral took place on Tues day, Mr. T. Collison being tire undertaker. The remains of deceased were interred in the cemetery at Wilberforce, and were followed to the grave by a large number of relatives and friends Deceased was highly respected, was a native of Wilberforce, and leaves ten children, most of whom are well up in years.

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WEATHER REPORT. FOR WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

WEATHER REPORT. FOR WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 1ST. Oct. Max. Min. Rain. 26 78 56 Nil. 27 87 63 15 28 93 57 29 84 59 -ii 30 69 56 81 55 Nov. x 82 60 ,, JOHN AYLING. , The Manse, Pitt Town.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

TBY JAMES' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing Day. This Soap can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt and Fresh Water. The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New Born Babe can be Washed without the Injury# Slightest It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds of Skin 2 Diseases on man or beast--such as Sores, Burns, Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Horses, SO ps Mange in Dogs, and Flower Trees. Also for Curing Blight on Fruit Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse. Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is the most Remarkable of all Soaps yet introduced. The price of it is as Cheap as the ordinary common soap. Ask your Storekeepers for it. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. JAMES, 763 George-street, Sydney. ALL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. Mason Bros., Ltd., Importers t>f every description of EARTHENWARE, GLASS. CHINA, &c" 263, 2G9 KENT-STREET. MASON brothers limited. Importers of British, Continental, and American Hardware...

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A CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888

A CURIOSITY. A most surprising and unparrallcled freak of nature was brought to our (Graf ton GRIP) notice recently. Messrs. J. Bryce and Shonbien were out on the Copmanhurst District buying horses, and when at Mr. Michael Roach's place on the Whiteman Creek on Monday morn ing were shown much astonishment a newly born chestnut horse foal with only two legs. Mr. Bryce at once made up his mind and bought it and on Monday night arrived in town and placed it in a stable at the rear of Mr. Shonbien's pre mises. We were rather inclined to the incredulous when first we were informed ot the fact and went to see for ourselves, and on arriving there yesterday morning we found that he had died during the night, but there it lay everything perfectly formed, but minus its two forelegs. N ot a mark to show that legs were intended to be there, and shoulders and breast-plate were perfectly formed as was every other part,-but no fore-legs. What makes the matter still more interesting is that both it...

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