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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER, 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Dargin and A. Tuckerman J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Windsor Police Court TUESDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER, 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Dargin arid A. Tuekerman JVs.P.) John Gallagher, druitt and disorderly iu George-street on the 21th October last.'" As this was the first time defendant had appeared before their worships, they dismissed him with a caution. The same person was also charged with using obscene language in Little New-street for which he was fined 2s. and 5s. 6J. costs of court. Reuben Greentree and Henry Beecroft were charged with cock fighting in an orchard at Wilberforce Highlands on the 15th October last, being an infraction'of an Act passed for the prevention of cruelty to animals. Senior Sergeant Fitzpatrick applied for a postpone- ment on account of a material witness to the case not appearing to answer his summons. Mr. Neilson for the defence supported the application, which the Bench granted. John Rutter, Oscar Graham, George Graham, Wellow Baldwin, Humphrey DJUJIUS, jun.-- and fVilliam Glaswn, were charged with aiding and abe...

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State of Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

State nf Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stures, Sydney. Wednesday. Nov. 2nd. lS.sj. HAY. - liest oaten. Ulis, and trusses.w.iod. to ds. I'M Medium .ls Ud. to .".>. .'id. liest oaten, bales ... ... ."is. 21. tn tis. tj.t. Medium, <lo.4s. Sd. to t\ Sd. Cat .']! and wheaten, do. prime ->s. ud. tn."is. d-,. Oaten and wheaten, ImndlesSs. 1 ld. tn tis. âd. Wheaten, bundles ... ... Ss. rid. to ôs. lil. O.fen sheaves .2 s. 1 ld. t.. S-. .'td. Medium and other sorts ... Ss. od. t<> !!<. n t. LUCERS E. -lies' Windsor trusses... 2-. :M. tn S>. 7 i. Medium .2s. 0 1. tn 'J-. 7d. Prime green ... ... ... 2s. :M. to 2s. li I. I »ld hay .2s. ;t 1. to ii«., n ;. CUAKK,-¡Superior.4s. rid. tn .~,s. ld. Medium .Os. od. tn >K II I. Inferior .Us. Us. to us. nd. Straw chaff.Ss. Td. to Hs. lld. STRAW.-Bales .2s. lu.), to :¡s. 7.J. Handles . Ss. öd. to Ss. '.ld. OATS,-Best teed. 2s. ad. to Ss. od. Seed. 2s. yd. to Ss. Sd. WHEAT.-liest s...

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Windsor Markets. Maize, from ... Urangvs Lemons Butter k«crs . Fowls (ieeso ... _ Ducks... Windsor, November 4. ... ."s. 3Jd. to 3s. 4d. ... <">s. :id. to ivs. t»d. ... Os. Oil. to os. Od. ... Js. 0>1. to ls. ld. ... Os. 9d. to Os. Od. ... 3s. rid. to 4s. OU. ... Us. Od. to tis. Od. ... Os. Od. to Us. Ud.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL. TOBACCO.-A Chinaman in Victoria has Helled from len acres wi tobacco .Co-j-J. 'ILA.-Thc importuüoa oí tea from China into ibo Australia,i c d mies last \ear, anijuntcd to iy,uO»),LloO ih.->. AtcrioNKiai. s Lie LNSLS. -Thc annual meeting Ui Justices, ol lue Peace foi the district wit. he lie.il at noon wu m>j lî.'nd day of N u einher next, lor the pui lusj o. CJ.I»KUI ing aupl.Cations tor tue nnove. (_i o v E K N M ü \ T Nout't. - Tenders are in- vited tor additions and repa rs ol puiice bui'dings nt Windsor up lo *22nd instant. I'lius, ¿c., may he seen at Court House, Windsor, ot Co.ouiai AionUvi's Ufliec, S_\ dney. POLISH YOUR FiruNiriiit.- Surely there are many housewives in luis toWii wno wonli g i VJ much io restore the pristine beauty of llieir drawing room suites. ** Crump's Magic French POIIMI lieviver, ic." will crt'ceiu.iJv do the business. See advcrliseiueut in tills day's isaac. SaoaM o\ MONDAY. - We are informuj by Mr. ieooult thal Iliac l!ie rai...

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THE Hawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

IHK Imuliföluirii CJraurlf. AXD FARM HRS' ADVOCATE. SA VU RD A Y. SU y EM HEH ¿i, l&sTT As WE are now close upon another holiday - the birthday ol the heir to the throne ot Great lin.am-it may not bi» out ot place to sav a tew words respecting the way wc, in tills southern portion of the Q.teen's dominions, keep up our holidays. That we have not lost tile taste for spo t so inherent in the Saxon mee i- evident from the number ol' days in the Meir we devote to it-tn fact, to many thoughtful pi-vso'i«, tili.-, lov . ot sport is much abused by our colonial youth ; lucy arc of opinion that sport is more eagerly attended to than e tlter study or business, .uni tint in tin long run, thc Australian people will sufi r tlteivbv. There is much in this that requires our most seri us consideration ; because, if we arc to bec.nue a geat nati.m, we must attend to other matters with ai least, as much relish as we clo lor pleasure. It would be simply ridiculous to assert that honest, manly,...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Agencies. The unñVrm^ntioiii-i are our apj>oîiitel Agent-: ? für Ilie several 1> >eal il les namoi : - lilCHMOM) -Slr. H. CJ!) :r.)ft, (.':cn'.-it. j K CliRAJoxt;. -losejjh Smith. Sroiv.cooper. ] NORTH RICHMOND - U JLBKBKoHCK. WisnMAX's FKKRV.-Mr-=. Marx. CI.XTKAL MACDONALD-Mr..I. Walker.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor.-Nov. Gili, ll a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald Ebenezer, ,, 3 pm., Pitt Town, 3 p m., " Alternate. KEV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, Minister.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Services : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Week Evening Service, Thursday, ti p.m. REV. Ired. C. B. I "Af REY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Faller & Co. H.wvrcPsnrKV cnn )XK;LK A\'!> FA ions RS ADVOCAI'K OFFICK. ii 'SOUíl.'-SI RKKI'. WIND- SOR, are Aleuts for in-CiiiiULiimtd Mercara and ¡'rot'-staut S. andará.

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Calendar.—November. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Calendar.-November. REMARKABLE EVENTS. Sun Sun SC'S '¿Lsi Hanau y ujier I maty Prince of Wales born '41 Ned Kelly linn<recl\ '80 I st Syd, Corp. eled. 4 2 57 ^ Ul 5<J)(i 32 50 G m 51 ti 34 i sm Í 5 1- 51; 3.» 07

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Pianoforte and Singing Miss N BALDS. ST. KATHARINE'S, WINDSOR, REFERENCE kindly permit i<,d io Herr Kretschmanu and Signor D'Apice. Miss Nealds will visit Richmond twice i week. Government Railways. Great Southern, Western, & Uichmoud Lines. PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHD.VV, Nov. 9th, 1881. HTUCKET3 at ordinary Excursion Rates 1 will be issued at all Stations to all Sentions ou the above mentioned date, avail- able for leturn, for distances of 15 miles and under, on the day of issue only. Similar tickets will also be issued for distances over lö indes, commencing' with the mail trains on Monday evening, the 7th November, and terminating on the Oth No- vember, 1881, available for return for dis- tances of ¿4; miles ami under for three days ; and lor distances over'"ii miles for one week. CHAS. A. GO0DCHAP. Commissioner for Railways. Department of Public Works, Railway Branch, Svdnev, 31st October, Í881. Notice. WIN DSU It ROAD TRUST. THE Commissioners of the above Road T...

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GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

GRAND CONCERT. _ This really grand affair came oft on Thursday evening as advertised ; and Us having been so ex- tensively advertised, the expectation of a musical treat, and the groud cause for lyhieh the concert was given by the «generous Squire of Fairfield, all tended to make a grand house. People expected a treat, and they gol it ; and to attempt to criticise would be mere surplusage if ic were favorably!, and straining after a peg to hang a grievance upou if it wore otnerwise. We do not for one moment mean to say that all thc performers were perfect, or tba. every ono of them gave the same pleasure : tliat were impossible, considering how tastes vary, in músicas m other things. Besides, high-class music requires a certain amount of musical education, which thc average Englisluiiau has not. We shall not thoreb>rc attempt anything like criticism, although we cannot refrain mentioning the exqui- site singing of Signora FabrLs, Mrs. Lennard, Miss Sherwin, and Mrs. .Stretton, an...

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THE LONDON CABBY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

. THE LONDON CABBY. Scene, F leet-street ; door of Auderton's Hotel ; midnight : Hansom cab discovered pulling up and fare alighting. Fare -How much ? Driver (aside)-He looks a green'n : I'll charge him stiff. To the fare-Five shillings, sir. Fare-Only five shillings all the way from Charing Cross, and so late at night, too! Cabby, you must be making some mistake. I).iver-No, sir ; I likes to be reasonable when I meets a gen"i'man ; and I knowed you was one, sir, when yee 'ailed me. Fare-Well, get down, cabby, and have a little drop to warm you ; you weed somcthink this sort of weather. Driver-Thank 'ee, sir. I just will* We does need summat to warm us, I can tell yer, sir. (Cabby alights.) Fare-Well, now, I will tell you what I will do with you, cabby. You seem a decent fellow, and I am likely to be a good customer to you. 1'll just race you to the next lamp j) ist whether 1 pay on double or quits and I'll give you (en yards start. Driver-Hight, sir. You is what I calls a good sort...

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Richmond. I M Itters liave beert quiet in our mitist lately. ¡ Tile only thing that has relieved the mono I tony ot' our everyday humdrum existence was I the Oddfellows Concert, in the School of j Arts, un Friday, tiie 2SÚ\ instant. Tins iu ? terecting cveut proved, as everybody expected j it would, a grand success. The performances ' of thc several gentlemen amateurs, it is said, were up to the mark. Miss A. Reid sang exquisitely, and was the only singer that was honored with an eucore. The ever acceptable S immy was also iu good tone, and rendered .* 1 will stand by my friend," in a good, hearty sty e-as wc believe Sam would tlo in reality. lt is said the management was per- fect, and the financial results, very satisfac tory. WIND STORM.-On Monday last there was n terrific blow-but uo rain such as was heard , of in Wmdsor-though the weather has been exceedingly sultry all the week, and a good I downpour would be beneficial. MUNICIPAL Manouvres are hardly explain- able, L »ok at M...

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Arrival of River Craft. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

Arrival of Elver Craft. We are sorry to say the boals were unable to dis- charge at the Wharf in consequence of the shoaled plate of the river since the '? Frcsii." Drays had, therefore, to go hali way dowu the Keach ou either side to get their cargoes. Queen, from Fortland Head. Maize, and sun- dries. (Kveringuam.) Sante Ok! Game, from Webb's Creek. Maize and sundries. (J. butler.) EmprcM, from Colo. Maize, poultry, »tc. (Sandys.) A!.HO. steamer, from St. Albans. Maize, oranges, and sundries. (Jurd.) Victoria, from Fortland Tlaad. Maize, poultry, «fcc. (V\ali.) John and Herbert, from Wiseman's Ferry (Woodbury). t> S.S. Teh>jmph. from thc Macdomld. Maize, oranges, ana Mtn-lnc-i. (Daniels and Walker.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE,* A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on Liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. .n Fridays. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ." 4s. Per Annum " ... 9s. " ... 7s Gd. Sabscriben names can be enrolled at any time. TBKVS OF ADVERTISIN« : Single f ^*Te I"168 or under ... ls. 1 - < Ten lines or over 5 ... 2s. V Fifteei Insertions. , Pifteealines >f 10 ... is Twopence per line for every additional. AeVIRTISBMHKTS KAT BC INSERTED WEEKLT AT TB» roLLOwme RATRS PER QUARTER. /One inch space ... £0 19 0 Lour Term. <Two " " ... 1 » 0 VEach additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisement* ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will on...

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

SPARKS. THE commercial big guns nf Melbourne don't like G'»v*rimietit analysts-they are to » square for tile Cliiuee chip merchants. A poor fellow was sent to quod 'tother day down Sydney wav f. r not having sufficient nn ans ot supp >rt ; and notwithsta idiag the accused one produced one shilling and s;x prue"', the beaks gave h m three months-for being so wealthy, presum.ibiy. American degrees it a ¡»pears, are not i:i g >od reptile; the 1). 1). degree is especially bad. And yet we li ive d.vines ;n Australia who accept them. Religious assemblies are quio as prone to j weaknesses ol a most mundane kind as ever I were assemblies nf laymen-n >t io|v quarrel- ling. The Anglican Synod, and the Presby- terian ditto, are ins'ances. To come n ;iter home; divisio.is will occur in tile best regulated circles ; and old Adam gets the better of religion or ant thing else. lt's thc old story-pride ol pace, and so on; the Montagu.-'s and Capulcts a¿jam. Excitement was at boi.i tg point...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

PINS. Cum gravo salis. "THE first shall be last, and the last shall be first"-snell is the state ot' the poi I no r with yours trulv. This pin should have been at the end of the chapter in your last issue, and now it is firs'. I am a mild-tempered I uncomplaining person (I suppose 1 may al least claim t'.at distinction) genera!'y, and can stand a lot of buffeting, which, by tue bye i alwjvs return at some time or another, so you may please look out. Now thisisit-through my screed nut appearing at the tail of my ' UMial column I may be (probably shall) ¡ termed a plagiarist by evil minded persons. Tn it, however, won't deter me from having it j out with you ; you gave this following pin, ihc go by in your last, now you must stick it in I first. N uv 1 don't believe in làrrikinistn nor, in fact, terrorism of any Kind. 1 here may be the terrorism of a strong police- system, backed uj by an unscrupulous auihoiity, ami tnere may be the terrorism ufa mob - wdich, if anything, is the great...

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FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

FARM AND GARDEN. BLXES Y. HARX-YARD MANURE.- The com- parative value oí bones and cattle manure is not easily deli ravined since tlie quality i>i manure varies so widely, dependant upon thc food and purpose for windi tue animal is kepi. If the cattle are poorly ted, the manure pef vreigiit has leas value. Tile tu inure made hy milch cows has less value than that from i.tt tening cattle, if botn are fed the same. We will compare bones with cow manure when the cows are -highly fed. l'rof. Horsfall, one of the most intelligent English exp"ciimcntcrs had the liquid and solid excrements from six cown analysed by l'rof. Way, getting as com- plete an average for the six cow» as couid be obtained for -7 weeks. The average was as fodows : - Per cent. In 2000lbs. Moisture .84.85 lo'U7.00 " Phosphoric acid .39 7.8 Potash .j« 11.0 M Soda .ll 4.4 ,, Other substances ... 13/JO 27y.2 ,. 100.00 SOOO.OO " Nitrogen .41 8.20 " Or ammonia .49 9.tt0 ,, This would make this cow manure worth at the com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 5 November 1881

ABTiA.MA.TTA TIMBEli YAHDc, GEORGE-STREET. P A R R A M A T T A . George Coates, G. C. bugs to call the attention of BUILDERS, PLASTERERS, WHEEL- WRIGHTS, PLUMBERS. »nd tho GENERAL PUBLIC io his large stock of every r<i|wisite fur the PllOr-RIETOK. trade. H ard wood Yard Every size required in building from lin. x lin. up to l"2in. s Uin., and ail NORTHERN HARDWOOD. Splendid G x 1 T and G Flooring, and Dressed, and Biad'-d WEATHERBOARDS. Tallow-wood, Blackbutt. ar..l Blue Gum. Softwood Yard Maryboro and Colonial Pine. New Zealand Kauri Cedar, all si/.cs. Harv boro Hoop rinu. T and G (louring. And li rsl -class WEATHERBOARD* - Spruce, Baltic Di : ls. A morie tn Pine. Ox-eg-on. Joinery Stores Rcdwoi'J. Cedar. Sim;ir Pin«, and Kiüii D<>"i;-\ ali .-i/e?. <;?..?/.. à « NASH KS. ail .«i/< y V" --- I MAN'i'i.;;ri:j KS. chcajir-.tt Mlii !?'?>( in Ihr Market. sn i "rrKU'S, ( 'ASE.\ÍI :N"TS. Ali Í¡¿.« in N!;h ! ii; UP, M'.'Uidii) -2 -. Ar."h!!i...

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