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Richmond News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
Hi^limoud News. (FROM "OUR CORRESPONDENT.) FISHING.-Several parties from Richmond have lately been waging war'against'the finny tribe with more or less success. On Tuesday last a number of gentlemen had a day's fishing in the River, near the Terrace, and succeeded in netting j over two hundred very fine fish. ILLNESS OF THE REV. DEAN O'CONNELL.-The many friends of the Rev. Dean O'Connell will be sorry to know that he lias been suffering from a serious attack of illness for some time past, and is still confined to the huuse. His illness prevented him from attending the obsequies of the Late Mr. Dalley, between whom and the rev gentleman there has been a life-long bond of friendship. It is to be hoped Dean O'Connell will soon be able to be about again. MR. D. MITCHELL.-I have also to regret stating that this gentleman has been compelled to relinquish his trade, owing to a malady peculiar to painters having attacked him. This-putting Mr. Mitchell's misfortune to one side-will be a very...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
Dick Brothers, FAMILY GROCERS, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, INVITE Attention to their Large and Varied Stock of GROCERIES, PRODUCE, and PROVISIONS, which they are selling at the owest rem unerative prices. CONSIGNMENT OF NEW SEASON'S TEAS NOW IN. Families waited upon for orders, and goods promptly delivered. £10,000 GIVEN AWAY to BUYERS of a Bottle of Breadalbane Whisky. Shipped by Alex. Ferguson & Co., Glasgow. Particulars from all Wine Merchants, Store-keepers, Hotel keepers, and Spirit Dealers. Wholesale Agents-A. Hildur & Co., Sydney. DEE SSM A KING LADIES, MESSRS. PADLEY BROS, wish to draw your attention to the fact that for STYLISH DRESS 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 they can undertake any orders you may favour them with. All we ask is a trial. PADLEY BROS., George-st, WINDSOR. NASH'S llTIEIJMATIC CUKE,...
TALES, SKETCHES, &c. "LOVE CONQUERS ALL." CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
TALES, SKETCHES, &c. ? "LOVE CONQUERS ALL." CHAPTER X. Sir Hugli D'Eyncourt had been down at Melton for some weeks, and on his arrival in London a few days after his brother's departure from Mr. Vane's, he was somewhat surprised, as he opened the library door, to see Leslie standing in the window, reading. Leslie, hearing Hugh's exclamation, flung his book down, arid ran to meet his brother with a most eager manner, un mistakably glad to see him. . Why, Leslie, you make such a fuss over me,' said Hugh, laughing, ' that I begin to think that Nina has not all your heart, after all.' ' She has not taken any from you, Hugh, and I suppose I have enough for both. But no doubt you are like the Belville girls, dying to know where I .have been.' ' Have they been dying ?' said Hugh, langfhmg at Leslie's accurate imitation «of lifoair lackadaisical drawl. ' ENTKE NOUS, 3 Ihave been abroad. Where have ^you been?' ' After the lots of people who have -asked me 'that question during the la...
TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak me fair ?I'll tell you news, indifierent good to either. How is it that, having quite an army of Justices of the Peace in our midst, it is quite difficult at times to get a Bench together ? It often occurs that the police are compelled to scour the town in search of one or more -of the great unpaid before ever the business of the Court can be proceeded with, and though their -search is invariably successful, were it otherwise, litigants would be put to no end ?of inconvenience, and experience much loss of valuable time. The same course as that adopted in other towns should, if it is not at present in "vogue, be adopted here, viz. Arrange that certain Justices should attend the Court on various days 'throughout the year, and have this roster form printed, so that a copy might be given to each Justice .for reference. By this means much of the inconvenience which otherwise occurs would be obviated, affitd the duties which now fall on ha...
CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
CHAPTER XL The wedding of Nina Vane, was, of course, an event in Inverness Terrace. There were few people that visited at No. 4, for, although Danvers Vane had lived there for many years, he had made few friends beyond a few of the scientific men he met at the Athenaeum. Nina was well known hv sight to most of the occupants of the terrace, so many ' anxious eyes were turned to the house 011 this eventful July morning. Within the house there was little more excitement than usual, and none on the ; part of the master, who had carefully avoided Nina ever since the affair with Leslie in the workroom. I She had seen nothing of him, and had no communication with him except that a few days after the day of the wedding had been fixed a servant had brought a letter to her containing a check for ^"500, for Avhich a receipt was requested. Mrs. Dacre, who had known both Leslie and Nina, had thrown herself heart and soul into the affair, and indeed admitted to Nina one night thaj she thought the...
THE GREA[?] [?]OAT RACE. KEMP DE[?] [?]ED BADLY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
THE GREfl KEMP DEB The great boat-ran j Searle, of the Clarenc Saturday last, created i any other similiar cot I Peter is a native of t) popular here, the gel would suffer defeat, I the race would be tw ths (distance, instead* est of hollow one mall lack of wagering on w of Searle-money was! agents at evens. loft money changed hand| penny which could bel party was planked several curious storiai which some of those! Peter Kemp, manage® the news came to thel with ridiculous ease,A on the Hawkesbury tH down with a feather. 3 at the GAZETTE Offi^ and distributed. Lato* gram stating that Seaffe was looked upon wA until some of the low the event, came up& and gave th§ir accotflt could believe that Pe gruelled. The prerti] that Kemp bad " fufe slow to allow of anyJtl to account for the resal A large amount of® from the district, O indulged in by sevsa night, the loss occaioi flood to the Hawkrfj speculators dropped 1 Friday a number off the whole of the Sy4e easy winner, and W wan...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "OLD SCHOOL."-We are loth to refuse sccfeks to our columns to an old friend, but we cannot mike ilesh of one and fowl of another. Your letter is written on a religious topic, one which does not affect the community at lnrcre. but only the Wesleyan body. You take ex ception to tiie manner in which the recent Sunday-school examinations were conducted, but we cannot see that the publication of your epistle would do any good, and we therefore feel compelled to lay it aside. We are getting along very well under present con ditions-we have to fight against one or'two unscrupulous opponents, who would rejoice and take advantage of the opportunity if we unfortunately gdt into trouble with any sec tion of the community. ACROSTICS. - Acrostics received from " Une Femme," Windsor ; " Septimus," Moss Vale ; " Liberal," Liverpool, and " Gyas," Dow ning. Prize will be awarded next week.
THE LATE DANIEL HENRY DENIEHY [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
rim& LATE DANIEL HENRY DENIEHY [SOME IRK&BILECTIONS UY W. WALKER.] The recent translation of the remains of *the lamented Daniel Henry Deuiehy, at the instance of several of his Sydney friends, from Batkurst to the Waverley Geiiietery, -has revived public interest in the memory 'of that once gifted young Australian, and ?as I had the privilege of being for a time intimately acquainted with him, it has occurred to me that to pen some of my recollections of him may not be un interesting. About thirty-five years ago, happening to be in Moore, the bookseller's shop, brick field Hill, I observed a peculiar-looking little man peering into a book. He was dressed in considerably worn black clotli ; had a large head, thickly covered with longish hair, no beard or whiskers, and srtiall, weak eyes. He was evidently short sighted, as he looked closely at the pages of thfe'bbfck he had in hand. I enquired who he rhight be, when I was informed that he was the clever young native, ...
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1888. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajette. SATURDAY, NOVlvMHIiK 3, iHSrf. LOCAL AND GENERA L. WHO WAS HE -We clip the following from the DAILY TELEGKAI'H for which this papers Mel jounae special is responsible : --Tlie tr.n 11 in^ jperaiions at CauJiield an 1'ucsd.iy morning were romewhat interrupted and ,it the same time re ieved by a resort to listicuIts, the principals being 0.a« O'Brien and a visiting resident of Windsor >r Richmond, in New South Wales, and who has iccasionalty oocupied the positions of judge and itarter at R&ndwkk It appears that the latter t/as anxious to see Derby colt Carbine do a gallop ind journeyed last ni^ht toCaulfield with that in ention. lie found the racecourse gales locked. Jut-nevertheless saw &lt; he New XeaJauder at work ind rushed across to where he pulled tip to judge ill the better of his condition. To this O'Brien jbjected, and after some strong language the pair stripped. Only owe round was indulged in, much 10 the detriment af tD'Iiri...
WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
WHAT WE HEAR &nbsp; That £25 has been granted for improvements to the local park, to be expended within six months. The Government might have extended the time to twelve months, as the Council will have some trouble in spending so large a sum in the time mentioned. &nbsp; That the DAILY TELEGRAPH one day last week had a strong article favouring the Windsor Water &nbsp; works Scheme. &nbsp; That the local Council has not now a bachelor in its ranks. All the aldermen are married and done for. That a nice shower fell on Monday morning very early. We not only hear, but heard it. That German Charlie has been rusticating for some time. He don't take his own prescriptions, even though he is out of sorts a little. That 20 points of rain fell at Rouse Hill last Friday evening. That the Kemp contingent from Wilberforce, Windsor, and tin: dist ict generally were cleaned right o It on Saturday. That it is wondeiful how many men knew Searle was going to win-and ye...
LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 3 November 1888
LATE SPORTING. The race between John Ford and Herbert Atkins will will be rowed over the Windsor course this (Saturday) afternoon. Both men have been doing good work since the match was made, and both appear to be in the pink of condition. The defeat of Kemp last Saturday has been as bad as a June flood to lovers of aquatics in this district, and it is not expected, therefore, that there will be much betting in the event. The backers of Atkins are confident, and a good deal of money has gone up on him. Ford, too, has many supporters ; and judging from past events, and from the way in which he has been rowing whilst in work, we be lieve that the winner to-day will be FORD. The remainder of the stake in the Ford-Atkins match will be put up this (Friday) evening. It is likely that some little disagreement will take place, in consequence of a rumour that Atkins intends to row in a boat of a different character and df a lighter make than that originally a.greed upon. To this the Ford par...
WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
WINDSOR MARKET RATE). -Quotations. Maize. 3S Oats .. 3s Barley *. 3s gd Hay .. .. U Straw .. "Li Chaff .. .. 5s to 5s 6d Butter .. is 3d Eggs .. .. 10 Fowls .. 3s gd to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 3s gd Potatoes.. 5s 6d cwt. .£5 losper ton. Pork .. .. 3^ to to 4^d Suckili# Pigs .. 3s 6d to 5s according to quality. Mr. Quong Tart was etitertaincd by his employees at his rooms in the Sydney Arcade, on Wednesday evening, the occasion being a social " send-oft " on the eve Of that gentle man's departure for China. Mr. Hewlett, with whom Mr. Tart lias been intimately associated for many years, presided, and a company of some 30 or 40 male and female employees participated in the festivities. During the evening an address expressive of the Kindly relations which have ex isted between Mr. Tart and his employees was presented to him by Mr. E. Fountain. The recipient, in acknowledging the favour, expressed himself as being deeply grateful for their manifestation of kindly feeling and hearty good wi...
HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. The following report for the past week is kindly furnished by the Superintendent, Mr. Mayer : Admitted .. .. ,. 2 Discharged .. .. .. 4 Died .. .. .. .. 2 Remaining in Hospital .. .. ri Remaining in Asylum .. 20 Outdoor relief .. .. ..18 Total number on society's books .. 49 The two above mentioned deaths are, Eliza Brown, of consumption, she was an aboriginal, and brought in, in a dying state. John Eather aged 83, an old inmate of the asylumn, cause of death Seville decay.
A LARGE SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
A LARGE SNAkE. On Monday morning last we were the recipiertts of rather novel present, in the shape of a live diamond snake between four and five feet in length. A lad named M'Guire captured the rep tile on Sunday at Nelson, and putting a string round its body managed to get it into a box, in which he brought it to our office on Monday. During the morning we were besieged by visitors, the majority of whom kept * at a respectable dis tance from the open b.ox, whilst, the "devil" assumed the role of showman and poked the ophidian up with a stick, and made it show its paces. The reptile evinced coilSide rable interest in the type-setting performances of the staff, the business evidently being new to it-no newspaper proprietor having yet penetrated the rocky re cesses of Nelson. In the afternoon we sent the present away to the Sydney Museum, where it will no doubt be received with open arms by the Curator, Mr. Ramsey.
PRIZE ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
PRIZE ACROSTIC. A short time since, we offered a small prize of half*a-guinea for the best acrostic on the WINDSOR AND RICHMOND GAZETTE* Altogether, we received four compe' titions, only one of which came from the district, the other three bfeitig from Bow ning, Liverpool, and Moss Vale. The prize has been awarded to the following excellent production, from the pen of Mr. S. H. Smith, of Leek-street, Bownitig, a town on the other side of Yass, and a post office order for the amount of the prize has been forwarded to that gentle man. Such of the others as are worthy will be accorded space in due time. ACROSTIC. 1. A word meaning " the place from*" 2. The position of the pennant on board a sail* iag vessel. 3. A synonym for " want of knowledge." 4. A couplet. 5. The name of one of Lytton's best novels (written 1835). 6. An aspiring gentleman mentioned in Dickens4 " Bleak Mouse." 7. The most ubiquitous of the Ne\tf South Wales Cabinet Ministers. 8. The manner in which Mr F's, songs are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
The best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in coughs, colds influenza etc.-the relief is instantaneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. Mosler, M.D., Prof. University, Greifswald, reports -:-The Eucalypti Extract proved magnificently successful in very severe contusions, bruises, sprains, wounds, scald ing, broken ribs, and limbs. (Med. Journal, Nov., 1881.) In diseases of the kidneys, either active congestion or suppression, (uroemia) or albumin uria, dropsy, lithiasis, nothing Will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. DoseS, 5 to 8 drops. Mosler, M.D. Prof., University, Griefswald, reports:-Diphtheria. Tonsils Continually coher ent presenting ulcers with white exudats, Cured in 14 days. Surgical clinic of Prof. M^Intyre, College of Physicians and Surgeons, St. Louis Sci...
Solution [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888
Solution WHENCS ALOFT NESCIE^CE DISTICH RIENZ! GUPPY ABIGAIL ZEST ENCORE THRIFT THEOCRACV ELEKTRON, "GYAS" (S. H. Smith, Bowning.) WHAT THIS LAND NATIONAUSTS ARE DOING. It was decided at a meeting of the Forbes branch of the Land Nationalization Association to send Mr. Frank Cotton out to lecture throughout the colony in the interests of Lalid Nationalization, and to ask the Co-operation of all other branches, who are requested to assist by Voting such sum3 as they can afford, to keep him at it. The Di rectors of the Australian Land Nat localizer have have come to the conclusion that it is advisable to at once call for additional capital, as provided in the original prospectus, sell otit the Lithgow paper, and shift the Centre of operations to Sydney a3 soon as possible. It is evident that while the paper remains in Lithgow, divided, as its duties are between localism and the teaching of the new doctrine, it cannot give general satisfaction or ad vance the cause, of Land Nationaliza...