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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

CRICKET. A match will be played on Friday, the 9th between Leiclihardt and Windsor Albions on Fairfitld, commencing 10.30. The Albion team will comprise Messrs, Dean, F. Hamiabus, G. Dickson, Marr, Handcock, T. Nagle, Haggar, Barnett, Mellish, Tuckerman, Chandler (12) J. Nagle (13) F. West. On Saturday a match will be played against Parramatta. Hanlan and Beach-the inevitable Hanlan and the inevitable Beach-are to row again, for £500 aside, on 1st Dec., over the Parramatta champion ship course. J udging from past races between this venerable pair, the forthcoming contest will be a tussle between the dead man and the undertaker, just as was, in a political sense, the struggle be tween Argus Cameron and Ninian Melville, the other day, for the Chairmanship of Committees. Anyhow, we are sick for Hanlan. We are also sick for Beach. They will be rowing when they are bald-headed. They will be rowing one day across the styx for 500 a-side. We wish they would start now, and take with them a ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 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 y and Fresh Water. A V' The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New- !([ %'. ^ Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest injury. It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds of Skift S Diseases on man or beast--such as Soreis, Burn's* ^ Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Hordes* £ Mange in Dogs. Also for Curing Blight on JPruit and Flower Trees* Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse. Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is the most Remarkable df 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.

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Rive[?] [?]tone. [FROM OUR] [SPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

RiwJ [FROM It is rumoured Charles, got married? the mountains to spa say whether the start events Charlie camel I noticed a fair you# rather suspicious. I must congratulate hin I saw the once Qm a run a few days agof ing to-and was sunti He has evidently fad once possessed. lajri harshly treated in 4 Handicaps. I think! by. Great excitement! over the Melbourne ( was received, the saW " What did I tell yoi win," (and at the saB other nag). " Such if Another concert in Society will be held il the 17th inst. A considerable nun up with measles. 1 f one. IsPONDENT.J famous medico, Dr. ays ago and went up honeymoon. I can't correct or not; at all n Monday night, and with him, so it looks I see Charlie again I is true. 1 champion ped. have t Hillyard I am allud see him ran so badly, brilliancy which he ished at his being so tany and Carrington i best days have gone ed here on Tuesday When Mentor's win entences went round ' I knew he would lost money on some Aion with the Relief Cosmopolita...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

ATHLETICS. At th6 ftaval and military sports, Sydney, on Saturday, Setgeafit H. Eates, Windsor Grammar School, with 6 yards, rart second in the final of the 220 yards flat face; Colonel Sergeant J. Pye won his heat, but was ru'ii out. In the warrant and fiofi-commissioned officers race, 100 yards, Sergeant Major E, Wakefield, Windsor Grammar School rail secotid with 9 yards. Cadets Race, Sergeant H. Ei&les, Windsor Grammar Sfchool, 15 yards, 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

.you oniv "fcfiew and properly understood thie duties -which tlio blood 1ms to j>erforui, and the absolute ue-'essity for it to have a definite chemical composi tion, and knew tlrot the supply of mineral constituents from Australian foott is-to tally inadequate to keep the blood sufficiently strong in oxidiziug.power, ou which fjproceM'liettltli depends. ?! _ ^WoulH'fcnow tlrat it Is imperatively necessary to supply the olood with its esseutial -mineral elements for the formation oi healthy tissue, muscle, bone, -(to., which unfortunately are uot obtainable from ;the natural food in these colonies. To supply these .ciemeuts 'CLEMENTS' TONK! iroffereil amt is tn< _ Mil RATIONAL RESTORATIVE (prepared in Australia. It positively cures all diseases Arising from poorness of liiood or debility, such as Neuralgia, Nervousness, Weakness, Languor, Tootle ache, Loss of Appetite. Vigor aud Energy, which are . only symptoms of a debilitated system. It supplies the vital stream wit...

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AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

AGENTS FOR THE GAZETTE. Sydney: Messrs. Greville and Ccn Richmond c Mr. T. Pryke. Riverstone ; Mr. T. Ltinks% BlacktoWn; Mr. Grahanii Wiseman's Ferry : Mrk James Walms ley. WilberfofCfc-Mr. Simpson. Travelling Agent-Mr Robert Tillingv Richmond* The abovenamed gentlemen are au thorised to receive advertisements and moneys on our behalf.

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POETRY. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

POETRY, MORNING. How beautiful that earliest burst of light Which floodeth from the opening eyes of morn, "When Tiler r. fairy palace dew-bedight Lou&h starving over bough upspreads the thorn, Ar.d sweet the melodies which tow'rd the corn In tasseii, or the orchard these invite, And that most love-like ever fresh delight Which breathes of many a bloomy thing new born Breathes from vine clumps in the moist dells appearing, JRich meads and river banks. And cheering then The voice of cattle to their pasture steering, And the full speech of field hastening men ! My very boyhood seems renewed again 'Mid these delights like a. delight careering! <CHARILES HARPER.

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THE LATE RIGHT HON. W. B. DALLEY, P.C., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

THE LATE RIGHT HON. W. B. DALLEY, P.C., M.L.C. In the Legislative Council on the 31st ultimo (as we mentioned in our last), Mr. Simpson, the Attorney-General, in an eloquent address, moved a resolution ex pressive of regret for the loss the Council and the country had sustained by the recent death of Mr. Dalley. The morn ing papers only reported the speech of Mr. Simpson, although several other hon. gentlemen spoke on the occasion. The whole of the speeches are given in HANSARD. We have much pleasure in reproducing that of the Hon. W. Waiker, which has to us a peculiarly local interest. . Mr. W. WALKER: I should not like this motion to pass without saying a few words upon it. Perhaps I occupy a unique position iu the matter. I knew the late Mr. Dalley since his first entrance into public life^ When in that chivalrous manner which was his wont, he aban doned his chances, I may say the cej: taintjr of election for the city of Sydney in favour of his friend and leader, the late Sir Cha...

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HOW GRAIN SHRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

HOW GRAIN SHRINKS* Farmers rarely gain by holding on to tlieir gram after it is fit for market, when the shrinkage is taken into account. Wheat from the time it is thrashed will shrink two quarts to the bushel or six per cent, in six months, under the most favour^ able circumstances. Hence it follows that 3/3 a bushel for wheat when first thrashed in January is as good, taking into account the shrinkage alone, as 3/5 in the following July. Corn shrinks much more from the time it is first husked. One hundred bushels of ears, as they come from the field, in April, will be reduced to not far from eighty; so that 1/8 a bushel for corn in the ear, fas it comes from the field, is as good ?as 2/- in August, shrinkage alone being taken into account. In the case of potatoes taking those that rot and are otherwise lost -together with the shrinkage, there is but little doubt that between April and Decem ber the loss to the owner who holds them is not less than thirty-three per cent. This ?esti...

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LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before Mr. W. H. Becke, P.M., and Messrs. Johnston, Primrose, Conian and Yeo. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

LAW REPORTS. WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before Mr. W. H. Becke, P.M., and Messrs. Johnston, Primrose, Conlaii and Yeo. George Burton, (on remand) threatening lan s;u \ge; withdrawn. George Burton, throwing stones in Forbes-street, 3 days gaol. George Merchant, protection, discharged. Arthur Douglas, disobeying summons for riotous conduct on the ryth April, 1S8S, discharged. Henry Mathers, protection, supposed to be of unsound mind, remanded untd Tuesday next for medical treatment. I'olice v. James Lock, drunk and disorderly at Riverstone, fined 5s. and 2s. f>d. costs or 7 days. |ohn Fewings v. Harry Augustee, unlawful detention of a bay horse. After a number of wit nesses being examined, the Bench ordered the d< fendant to give up the horse forthwith to John 1 ewings, the owner. Two hawkers' licenses granted to Messrs Si: ithers ard Macnamira. Carriage licenses we e granted to Messrs Ryan and Woodgate; the fon..er three and the latter one. The " Elms.'" at Balhurst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

D. Is now showing a choice Variety of Spring Dress Materials In all the new shades, effective* dutable, and cheap ; in Cotton Fabrics, the largest atsjrtment in town* FAST COLOK PEINTS AT TWO PENCE THREE FARTH INGS PER YARD, Striped Zephyrs, 3fd. Plain Zephyrs, 4^d. A splendid range of Zephyrs iti pinkj blue, grey, slate, &c., at 8£di French Cashmeres IN Gobelin, Reseda, FaWn Drabs, &c. Buttons and Trimmings to match* Beiges in plain and checks, 40 inches wide* 19 per yard. Box COSTUMES, embroidered, at 10s gd» 168, 25s, and 36s. Children's Costumes, Tunics» Pina fores, &c», AS^LENDID ASSORTMENT. WHITE LIBERTY SILK, &C. D. HOLLAND Is showing a splendid assortment of thg Hibernia and Sterling Underclothing and Baby Linen, Cloaks, Hoods, &c. Ladies' Corsets at is nd, 2s nd, 3s nd, 4s tidi TRlMMfiD AND UNTRIMMED MILLINERY In all the latest shapes, comprising The Duchess, ... The Gainborough, The Arolsen, The Gem, &C* Ladies' Trimmed Bomle...

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WHAT A TON OF COAL YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

WHAT A TON OF COAL YIELDS, A. Toil of coal yields about 80,000 cubic feet of gas and 1,5001b. of coke. The puri fication of the gas furnishes 45 gallons of ammonia-water, from which is obtained sulphate of ammonia for agricultual pur poses, and about 1301b. of tar. It is here that the operation becomes especially in teresting, for from this last-named product are obtained 701b of pitch, 18 of creosote, 9 of naphtha, 18 of heavy oils, 6 of naphtha line, 4 of naphthol, 2 of alizarine, about 1 each of phenol, aurine, and aniline (the substance to which we are indebted for wonderful colours), 10oz» of toluidine, 6 of anthracene, and 12 toluene. Finally it will interest photographers to know that hydro quinon, the product that as been so much spoken of recently, and which was at first obtained from cinchona, is now obtained from coal by industrial processes. Rich discoveries of pure white, grey, and rich claret marble, have been made in the Medgee and Cow Flat districts ; and the discove...

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A STRANGE MASONIC INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

A STRANGE MASONIC INCIDENT. A remarkable Masonic incident is thus recorded by an Indian exchange:-In speak ing of the first Masonic funeral that was ever solemnised in California, it is stated that the body was washed up in the bay of San Francisco in 1849, and that on the per son of the deceased was found the silver mark of a mason, on which were engraved the initials of his name. On further in vestigation the most singular exhibition of Masonic emblems ever drawn upon the human skin was revealed. Beautifully dot ted upon his left arm, in red and blue ink, appeared all the emblems of an Entered Apprentice. There was the Holy Bible, the .square and compass, the twenty-four inch guage, and "common gavel. There was also the Masonic pavement representing the ground floor of King Solomon's Temple, the indented tassel which surrounds it, and blazing star in the centre. On his left arm, .and artistically executed in the same indel ible liquid, were the emblems pertaining to the Fellowcraf...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

WHAT AVE HEAR That Saturday next has been declared a public holiday in the County of Cumberland, What ' next ? J That when Williams and Wood, or Hobbs and 1 Hilly-thi -])cll row, a public holiday should be asked for-and granted. i That several local sportsmen pulled off a little money on Mentor, the Cup winner. That one individual who bneked Mentor at 20 1 to 1 in crowns sold his horse a week before the Cup for c;s and lost a fiver by the bargain. He now wishes he had stuck to his choice. I That a defunct feline lay all day on Monday in George-street, near Mr L. Harnett's, and was carried away and buried at dead of night. That no sports of any kind are bein^ held in the district to-day (Friday). That last Sunday was the hottest day of the season. That one of the most enjoyable treats of the year was Major Dane's lecture on Monday even- 1 ing last. | That Mr. P. Fraser is moving to new quarters, J having taken the premises rectintly occupied by ; Mr. G. C. Johnson (the old CHRONICLE ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

ILOC ALAND GENERAL. IMPORTANT TO FISHTOG PARTIES.-Thfe Go '"VERNMENT GAZETTE of Friday last contains a * proclamation declaring that the tidal waters of the Hawkesbury River and its tributaries above iBar Point, shall be closed against the use ?of fishing nets, for a period of from two years -to dale. MR. WILLOUGHBY.-This gentleman has decided "4o visit Windsor on the last Monday in each month, and remain for a week on each occasion. . Mr. Willoughby's professional abilities have every where been recognised, and in Windsor, in parti ocular, he has been very successful. LAND SALES.-Crown lands will be offered for sale at Windsor, on Monday, December 17th, and j Friday, December 21st; at Woliombi on Novem ber 16th. VALUABLE BULLS. -The steamer Gulf of Cor covado, which arrived in port from London on Sunday, had on board three very valuable bulls consigned to Mr. G. S. Yea of Mulgrave, near Windsor. Two of them are Devons, " Baron Golsoncott the Second" and " Major-General," a Hereford...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

LONDON. The brilliant lecture on "London, the city of contrasts," delived by Major Dam; 011 Wednesday evening, in the C. K. Schoolroom, Windsor, was simply splendid, and none but those present could imagine the gigantic amount of information, the interesting facts, the wealth of pathos and the ' icn fund of humour, which the Major managed t<> crowd into an oration occupying a little over two hours in delivery His intimate kn uvledge of his subject as demonstrated throughout the course of his discourse, was marvellous in th« extreme, and those who heard Major Dane on this particu lar subject, gleaned a better idea of the magnitude of the great city under notice, of its lights and shadows, its wealth and poverty, its beauty and repulsiveness, than they would gather together from pondering overbook lore for a life-time. We cannot help referring to the fact that a very small percentage of the population put in an appearance on this occasion, but the loss was certainly ...

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MAJOR DANE ORATIONS. AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

MAJOR DANE' ORATIONS. AT RICHMOND. The distinguished soldier-orator, Major D n<; gave his brilliant oration, " The great n va' battles of the American war," in the School of Arts, Richmond, on Tuesday evening last, to nn intelligent and most appreciative audience. The Major commenced by explaining the cause of tile war. He clearly and concisely set forth its salient points, and swept away in his characteristic and forcible- manner many misconceptions e^en yot existing in regard to the real reason for this, the greatest civil war the world has ever scvn. l-'roni the first he held his audicnce as if bv n spell, the only breaks in which were the freq ient outbursts of applause with which they greeted his " points," his descriptive sketches, his patriotic reference his brilliant oratorical flights, and his powerful dramatic representations. He g aphicaily de scribed the famous light between the Monitor and the Marrimac, and with wonderful dran.at,c skill he pourtrayed the bat...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

CRICKET. A match was played on Saturday last itt Gosper's Paddock between the Windsor Albion C.C. and a team representing the Pitt Town district which resulted iil an easy vifetory for the Albions by an innings and 18 rutis. Following are the scores: PITT ToWtt-First IrUiings. M'Guire, b Hailrtabus .. .. ..14 Tuckerman, st Mellish, b HamlabUs .. 4 W. Johnson, b H. Marr .. .. ..2 Sanaay, b H. Marr .. .. .. o Mitchell, c Marr, b Hannabus i. ;. o A. Johhsort, b Hannabus .. .. ..10 Owens, b Hartnabus .. .. k' o Cobcroft, st Mellish, b Handoock .. .. 17 Dunstan, b Hannabus .. .. .. 1 Franklin* not out 1 Stubbs, absent .. .. .. ». Sundries . ?> * . ? . > . 5 Total .. .. »? 54 Second innings. Tuckerman, st Mellish, b F. Hanrtabus 1 - 8 Franklin, st Mellish, b F\ Hannabus 1. o Stubbs, c Dean, b A. Hannabus i. i. 6 Cobcroft, b A. Hannabus .. 1. ». 6 Sanday, st Mellishj b F. Hannabus . 1 1. 11 M'Guire, b F. Hannabus .. .. ; . o Dunstan, b Fi Hannabus .. i. o A. Johnson, b A. Hannabus .....

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. THE RIVER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND ©ajettc. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 188S. ' *'Let the journalist defend the doctrines of the party which < Ihe-apptoves; let him criticise and condemn the. party ; .which lie does not approve: reserving always his ri^hl 'to applaud his opponents or censure liis friends, as the truth may require-and he will be Independent enough for a Free CouHtry.-GAUI'IHLD. THE RIVER TRADE. IT IS gratifying to ifind that the people of Windsor are waiving up to a sense of the responsibility which rests upon them in the matter of the .question above referred to. On two or three previous occasions we have .-seem the necessity for urging that some steps -should be taken to recovcr the lost river trade. Everyone who has thought the matter over must have come to the .only conclusion open to them, viz., that the town and dktruit has lost considerably through the silting up ;of the river and the ? consequent reversion of the trade to Sydney. At the public meeting last week, no l...

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MAJOR DANE'S ORATIONS. UP THE RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 10 November 1888

MAJOR DANE'S ORATIONS. UP THE RHINE. A fashionable audience greeted Major Dane on Monday evening last at the Church of England school-room. Those who were present derived an intellectual treat such as is rarely obtainable away from the metropolis, and they will doubtless long remember the Major's visit amongst us, and teeasure up that remembrance as one of the most pleasant of their lives. Too much praise cannot foe lavished upon the lecture. It was a master piece of beautiful description, and marvellous and eloquent language,-and, better than all, it could be seen that the man who to!'1 the story of the journey along the Romantic Rhine and the peril ous ascent of the Alps, had done the trip himself. As Major Dane said, the tour was not an imaginary osie, for the lecture was based upon the speaker's own experiences. Starting away one beautiful morning with a iriend, on board a river boat, the journtey was commenced. The speaker described The emotion? which filled the heart at the co...

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