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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

HOPE FOR THJ Drums Cured ishing cures have til page illustrated book# of this invention, fj William-street, MelbS 4 ! Nicholson's Ear The most £Lston Cted. Send for 132 itting full particulars 13r. Nicholson, 65

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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A YAC[?] [?] TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

A YAC On Wednesday jg| has not transpired) li wife, in Windsor, 4 Sydney on the prffl moored at Soulh Cn into town to pUrchaa Mayor (Mr. Mortlej an account of the ti pleasant ohe. He I Wiseman's Ferry hi number of cr&ft> lal bound for Sydney, v| up the river to p.'oCu^ nation. The river pi| ance, and he was suf| that he could not cof He spqke in favour a allow of the passage! Stated that his yaeht only touched once wjl thing but low' waxd lerested in the move! the dredging of theli beauties-, being Ct)!f Sydney would much! if they could aeconj convenienced as mu(| Conditions. He also water noticeable at j tonished that it shod neglected, a« it was t! beautiful stream It is to be hoped affairs, coming ad it influence the authoti open means of conn Windsor. i TOUR. tntkman (whose na.ttte from Sydney, \Vith his iChti«\g tour. He left (Jay. The craft was 3 the yachtsman came saries, He visited the gave that genilemaii hich had been a most L'that before reaching passed quite a...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

K3* WHAT WHAT ^ WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT BACK ACHE, ^ WARNER'S GRAVEL, RHEUMATISM, SAFE CURE NEURALGIA, HEAD ACHE, CURES NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION. fSs" There is NO DOUBT of this great remedy's potency. It is NO NEW /DISCOVERY UNKNOWN and mayhap WORTHLESS, but it is familiar to the public for years as the only reliable remedy for diseases of the Kidneys, Liver and Stomach, TO BE WELL, YOUR BLOOD MUST BE PURE, and it never can be pure if the Kidneys (the only blood purifying organs) are diseased. DIZZINESS, AGUE, CURED WITH DYSPEPSIA, DROPSY, WARNER'S BAD EYES, IMPOTENCY, SAFE CURE. FEMALE TROUBLES. Ask your friends and neighbours ^ what WARNER'S SAFE CURE has done for them. Its RECORD is BEYOND the RANGE of DOUBT. It has CURED THOUSANDS and we have the testimonials to prove our asser tion. WARNER'S SAFE CURE will CURE YOU if you will give it a CHANCE.

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THAT LITTLE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THAT LITTLE BOY. Last week an interesting little boy came under the observation of the Premier, and the circumstances are so unusual as to be worth narrating. The foster father of the boy, not being able to take care of him, secured an application form for his admission to the Randwick asylum, and, having filled it in, presented it ; but the authorities at the asylum refused to re ceive the boy. The man next visited the office of the Premier, and brought the lad under the notice of Sir Henry Parkes, who was not only favourably impressed by the appearance of the little waif, but the gentleness of his disposition and his exceptional intelligence, considering that he was only four years old. Sir Henry described him as the finest little fellow he had ever seen. When the boy's story was told, it intensified the interest taken ii hi'n. About two years ago an ad vertisement appeared in one of the news pa ers offering a child for adoption. The mnn alluded to, whose wife was then living but ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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[?] CS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

'S'tartsbury. the Wednesday lask plenty of bone and «if bcin^ a man ta before becoming fa he gave his opinion b.y Seni le, amliioob champion ever hav River man. Searle colonies, aiid csh b_, hollow. ET was in Wiudsof Oh erd-lookiiip; nail, with ind has the appearance Ding a lot of hard \cork Jrt answeV to inquiries fnp was btiaten easilj' the idea of the ex kv with the Clareflce ^ is the best man itt the jof thd "other oarsmen

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

We clip the following important testimonial from the Lllawarra Mercury (N. S W ). on the joth March. It needs no comment :.-" Mr. John Loveday, of the Bulli Mountain, writes to us that after suffering for four years with acute gravel, he has experienced almost complete relief by using Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. He says seeing the said Extract advertised in the lllawarra Mercuy, his intense suffering induced him to obtain a bottle of the medicine from Mr Hosking, chemist, of this town, and that the use of it gave him great relief at once. He states that between the ioth March instant, when he obtained the first bottle of the extract, and on the 19th, the use of that medicine continued to afford hiro relief, to which he had been a stranger for four years. Mr. Loveday writes also that he has found the Euca lypti Extract a cure for rheumatism as well as gravel. He requests us to publish this informa tion through the Mercury. We have much plea sure in complying with Mr. Loveday'...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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SPOT[?] [?] ING. F. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

[THE secretaries d, orRanisaition'S ai( reports of theij. early a date as will be gladly | of general intei* 1 I Tradition has beejj j wood for 3050 gui| ! Ryan for 3O00 guihj I teal is id 1^5 guineas,1 Racing is the spfl ville and Charles { loved, who tteverif rowel or the ch'lmpi helped to make En$ are. Tha sport hasj society altogether] from its old form. I forefathers, if morei of chivalry if we hat bility. We are nia 'and gamesters than] allowed the habit {| life. They betted aj the exC'tement. \\| W-j lo\e winnmg % losing the ndve ,tu| and in its p4 ice isiJi which is a!s unmanly The programme i Farm Race Meetin j evettts* The big n Handicap of 20 si t po|uilar landlord of ! mottd, is the Secret tlNGr. cal clubs and sporting ested to furnish us with igs or gatherings at as ble. Sporting fixtures 1, attd any information sived with thanks ] IF. hased by Mr. P. Hey ld Carbine by Mr. H. full sister to Tr&ditio'n :h such as Whyte Mel y and many Ahother ill hear the ring of ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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A PRO[?] G SCHOLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

A t>RO ?a Thisivee^s'S Henry Garnsey, * jjy, Original, it sayi; At the recent Ontvij lad, whose portrait w| lidtii himkclf andthe j the University prize j highest (>btawable\ j Latin, and KngKsh. was not merely indiv$ from the. best A'iistrtJ this kind are healthy fairly be conHidci'ed d schoolmasters *8 eafita boys nr ulrls, leaving best they may. This, iimiuatious wliitli hasi country. But ft .denial merits. He is a son of tbfc Re Church, Sydney, and i ttlmnKt liistoric.il in'fi Windsor on December quite 16 years of age. i his home, under the 6*3 Mrs. Garnsey, so belong liis eldest sister, now$ medical graduate Of Syd entered the Sydney Gito after passing through sixth form in the uppet j this course his matters* WeiRall) and Mr. C.{, Carter for mathematics L. H. Lindon for Fro unassuming lad ; and bt! future success will bej many friends. a SCHOLAR. - ai contains a picture .nif Arthur Windsor, ana speaking of the tier Examinations the young jove, specially destingutshcd j w...

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CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL. On Sunday last the anniversary services in connection with the Congregational Church Sunday School were celebrated. The Rev. Mr. Matheson, who was to have conducted the services, was unable to attend through sickness. The Rev. Mr, Day, a young minister just from the old country, represented him, and carried out the various services. The reY. gentleman preached to a large congregation in the morning, a good per centage of children being present. He preached a very instructive sermon. In the afternoon a flower service was held, and the pretty little church was crowded in all parts. It was prettily decorated with flowers and evergreens, and here and there appropriate mottoes and emblems, the most prominent being *' I am the Rose of Sharon and the Lily of the Valley" and " There everlasting Spring abides," &c., The children con nected with the Sunday school mustered in great force, and their appearance, each with a huge bouquet of flowers in their h...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate) VAGRANCY [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate) VAGRANCY George E. Crowley, and Charles Pen nerty charged with vagrancy. De fendants begged of the Bench to let them go, and they would clear out and look for work. Cautioned and discharged. Mary Reynolds, and Matilda M'Intosh Assault. No parties. There were no cases for Friday. It is really surprising the number of doctors Richmond manages to dispose of. Dr. Jockel, who died some months atjo, was the only stic!;er; and he, poor fellow, died in harness. Sn did Dr. M'Clintock after a few months' prac tice, he having succeeded Dr. Piothero. Some times there are throe, and sometimes two, though it has always puzzled us how three doctors could live in our " loveliest village." Certainly the place is far too healthy for them, licuce the many chaugrs. Let us have vval-ar and i;as attd earlier closing o' wights and there will be no place iu Kichtuwad tor tbc sole of a d^ctiir's -foot iu us>f upeu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

you only Tcnew aud property understood the duties which tlie Dlood lias to perform, and tin; ubsu nte Uecussity for it to hare a definite chemical composi tion, aud knew that the supply of mineral constituents from Australian food is total I v inadi-qiuf tu keep the (iLood sutticiently stroug in oxidizing power, ou wlii^U process health fl -pi'-ds. Would know that n /s imperative..* necessary to supply the Olood with its essential mineral-elements for the formatiou ot healthy tissue, muscle, iionc, <tc.. wlticii unfortunately are not obtainable from the natural tool lu these colouies, To supply iliese elements .CLEMENT^' TuNlAJ isofferod and is tin "RATIONAL RESTORATIVE prepared in Australia. It positively cures all diseases ?arising from poorness ot Otood or debility, such us Neuralgia, Nervousness. Wcukucs*. Languor. Tooth ache, Loss of Appetite. Vigor and Energy, which are ouly symptoms ol a debilitated system. It supplies the vital stream with the chemical food neceiN...

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THE PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THE PICNIC. Was held at the chain of Ponds, on Wednesday, when there was a large attendance of children and adults. A very pleasant day was spent. Amongst the gentlemen who assisted in making the picnic the success it was, the names of the Rev. Morgan Williams, Messrs. W. Beard, S. T. Greenwell, and G. Green well deserve to be mentioned.

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 15th 1888. (Before Messrs Lamrock and Onus). CRUELTY TO A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

RICHMOND POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 15TH 188S. (Before Messrs Lamrock AFID Onus). CRUELTY TO A HOUSE. | Nathaniel Watts was charged with cruelty t'O & I horse. The case arose out of a complaint made to the police by a gentleman residing in Sydney, \vho:, however was not present to give evidence. The alleged cruelty consisted in defendant, who had the horse in the river at Enfield-holding the brutes head Under water and beating it. Thomas Miles gave evidence, and defendant called Thomas Quinft and John Neil who denied any cruelty% The Bench dismissed the case. WAGES. John Mc Clure sued Evar Thoren for £5. 5s. wages, for services done as a labourer. Defendant admitted the debt and asked for time to pay it. The Bench made the usual order allowing gs. lod. costs, failing immediate payment, levy and distress and in default 7 days. !

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CRIMINAL ACROBATS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

CRIMINAL ACROBATS. If Mr. Clarke succeeds in carrying out his serious intentions with regard to the improvement of the larrikin mind, we shall probably lose the impression so popular in juvenile criminal circle of " doing sentences on their heads." Gaol has been made rather too comfortable for this class of gentry hitherto, and though we have not much sympathy with the fears of philanthropists, that the larrikin can be contaminated by the society of more advanced ruffians, as they are not likely to teach him much, still there is no reason why he should have the chance of their society more than can be helped, even on the score of sociability. J udging from the meagre information we glean from the Executive minute, isola tion in gaol is to be one of specifics to be applied to the juvenile reformation. A mild kind of Berrima discipline is to be carried out, and the larrikin is to chew the cup of reflection in solitude for a season. His gregarious habits will cause him to relise the si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

TBI JAMBS' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing Day. This Soap can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt w and Fresh Water. P 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 Skin & Diseases on man or beast--such as Sores, Burns, ^ Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Horses, £ Mange in Dogs. Also for Curing Blight on Fruit and Flower Trees. 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.

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POETEY. ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

POETEY. ACROSTIC. W INDSOR and RICHMOND GAZETTE ! We welcome, I ndeed, thy advent 'neath our sunny dome ; *N eath Hawkesbury's canopy ne'er existed D espite the prophecy " You'd be 'twisted ' " S uch a journal 7 Worthy the patronage 0 f all who in the noble cause engage. K' egarding our advancement with the times A nd those who advertise to make the dimes. ot like that type of journal often seen, D amned by its sarcasm, trash, and spleen ; R eadable ! Intelligent! Consistent too ! 1 n fact, a UA.RA AVIS ! something new. C onstant and true to all ratepayers' wants, H andsomely printed in new "old style" fonts. M ay thy circulation still more increase O 'er Hawkesbury's valley, and never cease. N ow, to the Editor-a line or two : J) ismiss all partyism from your view; Great good you have accomplished up to date A dvocate ! Agitate ! Success your fate ! 2 ealous remain-keep true to Garfield's quote, * E 'en though you've vex'd a few by what you've wrote ; T reat all alike-friend, foe, ...

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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THK HOLIDAYS. Friday last was a holiday, so was Saturday-for the banks and public offices were closed. The holiday here was about as slow as it is possible to conceive, and but for the fact that two cricket matches were played, and a number of private picnics were arranged, a stranger might reasonably have supposed that the whole of the residents were enjoying a siesta. The streets were deserted, the shops closed and the hotels well-nigh empty, and every man and his wiie appeared to have given themselves up to relaxation. A large number of members ot the 3rd Regiment resident in this district, went to Sydney, and took part in the field manoeuvres. They had a bad time of it, being subjected to a very long and tedious march. Several private picnics took place in various portions of the district. Mr. A. Stearne enter tained a large number of friends at the Chain ot Ponds. A cricket match was played between St. James' (Sydney) and the Windsor Grammar School, resulting in an easy win for...

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THE CLEARING OF THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THE CLEARING OF THE KIVER. ON Tuesday evening last, a meeting of the com mittee in connection with the above agitation was held at the School of Arts. There were present : - Messrs Mortley, {Chairman), S. T. and G. GreeVi Well, Holland, Dean, Kirk, Primrose, Johnson, and D. Robertson. The meeti-fig partook of a conversational character, and after a lengthy and' interesting discussion, it was decided that the pub lic meeting called for Thursday, "the 15th, should be postponed until next Wednesday, the2ist, and that the following members of Parliament should be invited to attend : Messrs. A. Bowman* R. , Stevenson (YVoltambi), S. Burdekin, (East Syd | ney), S. Lees (Nepeatt)., and H. Taylor (Parra j matta, and the Hon \V. Walker, M.L.C. No further opposition was dffereJ to the " Ri .er Scheme." Two reports were brought up as pei" the chairman's suggestion at 'last committee meet ing, and were laid upon the table, but not read. A letter from Mr. Hugh Taylor, M.P., was read, in which th...

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THE LATE D. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THE LATE D. MITCHELL. In.the Presbyterian Church, Richmond, on Sun <day morning, and in the presence of a large com fjpegation, Dr. Cameron, with the view of im proving the death of David Mitchell, took for his text Pro. lxi., 4: "Arid God shall wipe away all tsars from their e}es, and there shall be no more ?dep.th, neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain, for the former things are passed away." These words, he said, carry our thoughts away at once to another and better "world. They call up to our remembrance the .great company of the departed, and help us to form some conception of their abode and their condition, and it is good for us to have our minds turned from time to time in that direction. Amid the troubles, the tossings, and the tears of this present time, it has a soothing and elevating influence on the mind to turn our thoughts to the contemplation of a scene where nil that is painful in our present experience shall be known no more. It...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

WHAT WE 1-1 HA.lt. That a big bullock-roast will take place at Mr. M. Kelly's hotel, Clarendon, shortly. That ducks are very plentiful out Wilberforce way, and one has only to Tire into the swamps to , bag a dozen or two. We don't like to go shooting them ourselves, because it's against the law, but i we don't mind acting the part of receivers-. That the Freeman's Reach road ir. in a bad 1 state in many places, and needs repairing. j That Mr. O'Brien's Skating Carnival was a hu ,re success on Tuesday evening. That a slight fracas occurred outside the Sill vation Barracks 011 Tuesday evening, and blood \ was spilt. That the forthcoming municipal elections will be exciting. Look out for the list of candidates- ( That the public meeting which was to have been held on Thursday evening has been postponed until the week after next, when several . M's.P. will be present by invitation. j That aconcert in connection with the Richmond 1 R. C. Convent will be h«ld in that town on Wednesday, De...

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