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WINDS0R AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. SIR HENRY PAKKES ON LAND TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

1VINDS0R AND RICHMOND ©afette. ?SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 18SS. '..Let th«; jounialiti de/end tin: doctrines of the party which he approves ; lei liim criticise and coiideinn the party Which he doos 1101 approve; reserving always his riylit to applaud "his opponents or censme liis friends, us the truth may require - and he will be Independent enough for a Fret Cdfc<iti;y.-<-GAKFiEL». SIR HENRY PAKKES ON LAND TAXATION. IN our last issue a correspondent mad( some comments 011 this rather imports at ques tion, and dubbed the idea -as "an idle chimera," " an absurd, injpraottf'filde, and never?-to-be-realised drcan?,"-quoting, m 'support of liia contention, portion of a speoch made upon the .subject by 110 less a person tlian the present. Premier. Since the puidi* cation of Sir lleury Parkes' remarks on the tlieory of Land Nationalization, several very able answers to liiiu have appeared in the daily papers., and tlieir effect has liter ally been to cut the ground fro...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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THROWING MUD. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 17 November 1888

THROWING MUD. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sik,-111 your otherwise excellent report of the meeting last Thursday night you have-quite unintentionally, I am sure made it appear that what I said tended to disorder. With your permission, I will ex plain, as I have no ambition to appear before the world as a bear, or wanting in courtesy to my fellow-men. The trouble small as, it was-arose through a mistake. It was this way: When Mr. Kirk was speaking., I understood him to say that the secretary of the South Creek Scheme Com mittee had been negligent, which my re joinder will show. I had been showing that "the creek scheme would cost but £730, and the river would cost thousands how many I could not tell, though probably the consulting engineer of the party that had called the meeting could tell." Mr. Kirk interjected something, and I replied, " You slapped me, and I'll slap you." This was said quite good hnmouredly, and I then passed on to other matters. Now, I do not think calling a man a " consult...

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

Wanted A GOOD GENERAL SEUVAKT. Apply Wesleyan Parsonage, Windsor. Notice. ALL STOCK found after this date TRESPASSING ON CLIFTON ESTATE will be impounded. S. HOSKISSON, Windsor. To Let, BRICK HOUSE ; five rooms arid kitchen. Apply PADLEY BROS, George-street, Windsor. Lost. OCTOBER 29th, between WesleyAU Church and Peninsula, BLACK Ckai'E CAPE. Finder ple&se return to MRS. DOUGLASS, P6hirisula. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS* ON and after SATURDAY, ioth irist., I-, the ilttdersigrted, intfirtd to prosecute as the law directs all persotls found TRESPASSING iti my paddock, Unless by permission. (SigAed) liEl^N ArvB CON LAN. ftaville Farm, Freeman's Rfiafch. Thanks. I BEQ TO THANK the NEIGHBOURS who assisted me iu keeping under control th'e fire which occurred on the Common, near BlAcktOwn, on Tuesday and Wednesday, thus preventing much damage from being done. In particular-, I wish to thank Messrs. J. BREWER, Richarlj 1Z2Aki>, and RAYMOND IZZVRD, but for whose timely assistance my pa...

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT ASYLUM [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

HAWKESBURY BEtfE\*()LENf ASYLUM The report for ttV6 past v>he6k is1 liifidly furnished by tftfe -SuperiftiftteMfeM> Mr. Ma^yer :: - Admitted . v . .. \ Disthat^ed . v. i Died ... ... . . . d> iti tiospitAl . .. .. i zi fc'emairiiiig in Asyldm i .. .. 26 Outdoor relief . i v. . v 18 T^Otal rtiirAb^r oA sdeiely^s books 1 v 66

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

WtNbSOR MARKET RAfE. ] -Qudt&ttofts. IVtAted. 4s 3d to 4s 6d Oats v \ 3s 6d barley 1 .. 3|S Ha.y n n £6

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

CRICKET, . . 1 i ri . , A malch was played on baturday last between teams 'from the Wilberforce ^Public School arid the Wiftdsor High School, which resulted in art £45sy victory for the latter with 5 widWls iiftd 12 rlifts fd sparer The match was played at Wilber

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TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

TURF.. jockey Waldroft kilted at Newcastle Meeting on j Saturday. . | Mr. George Woods'' b g Sir Roriald, with gst 71b up, won the Wd'tdr Handicap of 40 sovs, at New castle J. C. Meeting on Saturday. Mr. W. Dean's mar6, ficauty :{by Newi&gton), has thrown a fine horse fdal to Ghild^ Havold. Mr. Dean has now in his pidclock four foals which it would be difficult to tixtel in any pari of the colony, and all must wish fttmftv6ry success ift his enterprise.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

A BULL lisr A CHINA SHOP Woiiid rtftt create hatf&> iriuSh SZ&iSrOC) iaftidiigst the Stock as PETER O'HAEA isjuStittM <feing at CHEAP$I15K 150 IT S IS > Evety afticfe in th'6 Establishment Reduced to such a L-Qw Figure* FOR CASH, thiat they are simply being GIwe-n AWAY. The list of prices Will fednvince ftn.yt)ne<, from the old couple who have telebrated their silver weddiflg* ttt .the youthful pair, just harnessed to gether in Matrimony, that PEXEIi O! jztARA. <?an ^ut^o eveil Metfopoli tan Watehovises in the Cheapness and ^dAhty bf his WateS\ Read this List: Gataimon <eups and saucers 3/* doz, GhiniA tups arid saucers 6/- doz., Plates i'j doz, Pie dishes 6d eafclv, Glass sugars and buttetfe i./ eath, gtJod cut Tumhlefs'4./ dbiz> kerosene Lamps if6 to 2/6, Vases 1 /> pair, jugS 2/"- £e1U Othet articles in Grockety and Glassware at tequ'aliy low prices. FURNITURE: Single bedsteads from 13/6, doiibM bedsteads...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LAND NATIONALIZATION. (To THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. LAND NATIONALIZATION. (to THE EDITO\i.) SIR,-With all due respect to you, I submit that there is no inconsistency whatever in Sir Henry Parkes's speech a few months ago on a Land Tax Bill and his recent one on Land Nationalization. His former speech only went to show that property in land was of so peculiar a character, it could not be said of it that it was not a fit subject for- taxation. So say I. No reasonable peVson fcan object to a fair Land Tax, if required for tlve purposes of revenue. But that is a very different thing from Land Nationali zation. To say that Sir Henry Parkes shows ignorance of the question, no one who knows him will admit for one moment. There is no man in this country who has studied political princi ples and creeds more, or who is better | read on them than he is. As Mr. M'Millan recently said in the Assemblv, he is head and shoulders above ;tnv other man amongst us on such subjects. You might as well undertake to tench vour grandmother to...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs Yeo and Johnston.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Windsor P&liCte Court* TUESDAY* (Befote the Police Magistrate, arid MesdVS YeO Johnston*) ofiscBNE LANGUAGE. Police v. Hugh. Rileyv"-Fined 10s., fiild ts. 4d» costs; William F. HenwOod v. Hugh Riley> assault at Riverstone* Case Withdrawm FridAyi (Before the Police Magistrate^) Henry Fleniming of the Macdonald Rivef Unbound mind; Constable Gilbert gave evidence, and said that tlie-defendant had an American axe with which he pursued oiie Of his brothers^ Remanded for seven days for medical treatment. John Towers* Senr. v. John Towers Junf. charged with larceny of deeds of land, a box, &cM &c. Constable Grace stated that he servo 1 summons; defendant Said lie never took the articles and believed they were then in the h&use. Defendant accompanied constable Grace to the father's residence, alld the defendant was allowed by complainant to search and he found the articles mentioned in his father's bedroom, all except the box which he claimed as having had...

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Richmond Police Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1888. (Before Messrs Onus, Lamrock, and Guest.) RIOTIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Richmond Police (tot. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER SSild, 188& (Before Messrs Onus* Laiiltock-, and Gu^st.) RIOTIOUSI. John Lewis, and Janles Mortirtle? l>^th pleaded {guilty to fighting ill Windsor s'tife^t on 18th illst. Each fined 2s Gd with 6d Costs. OBSCE^E language* .Toll 11 Cfttersdnv arrested Oil w&rvani> for disobedience of a summons issued in April, i887> for using obscene language in West Market street oil the 24th April ill that year* pleaded not guilty. T^lie police ap plied fi>t a remand fof One Week fOiv pro duction of evidence, Which Was gi'ailted. The prisoner was bound ttvet tft appeal next Thursday. INSUliTiliO LA.*JGtiA(*6. A case, brought by George Rtzy ftgaiilst the same defendant, ft# Using insulting language at the same tinle and plac6 as last offence, was also remanded fOi' a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Certainly the Most Effective MdcliSine in the world is SAND Eli and SON'S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in Coughs, Colds, Influenza, &c.; the relief is instari tarieous. Thousands give the mbst gratifying testimony. Read this certificate 24th April; 1S85.-Messrs Sander and Sons,-It is with the: greatest of pleasure that I testify to the excellence! of your Eucalypti Extract. Having had inflamma tion oh the bone of the leg, which came on after a severe attack of low fever, I was attefided by Dr: J. Boyd, who had made strenuous efforts to savd my leg, but without success. He the'ii found it necessary to amputate my limb. Having heard in the meantime of the wonderful cures worked by the Eucalypti Extract, I obtained a bottle, and the extract had not bgen applied more than ail hour when I began to feel greatly relieved: After applying the extract every four hours for nine or ten days I was out of all danger. I would persuade all who may be affected with an...

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Tea Meeting and Cono[?] [?]t at Riverstone. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Tea Meeting and On Wednesday 'evei concert, in connfetotiM Presbyterian CliMcJi* building, and waS togeto from all parts of the dial visitors were: Rev. P. F Fitzgerald (Windsor), Ed Town), Rev. W. Hfln Williams, Mr. and Mid About G.30, considerably sat down to a splendid themselves to, their lid ladies who attended tol numerous guests were] Mrs. Montgomery, Md Phelps, Miss Huxley, aid they and the committee cock, Gruicksliand, Flows! Montgomery), who atraj the affair, are to be con success which attended | arranged matters in cq concert, and perform^ satisfaction to all conceit The tables having bed witli them the remains! considerably more thauf parations were made fot| opened with a chorus,] vineyard," and which \vj dered. After the Res engaged in prayer, Mies] sweet voice sang " Tlj an exquisite little solo] of which Miss Williamsj pvession. i The Rev. r. fitzgerai the audience, and was! the people of Riverstoia gathering. Some of tbij been with them from tl| come and some h^d g...

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Windsor Borough Council* THE ordinary meeting of the above was held on Wednesday everting last. Pre j sent: The Mayor, Aldermen Dean, Simon, I Fitzpatrick, Marr, Primrose attd Lins^ ley. I CORRESPONDENCE. From the secretary of the Board of Health, forwarding particulars of the Dairies Supervision Act, and drawing attention to the registration of dairies and milk vendors within the borough before the ist January next, as relates to the Municipal Council. It was received, and made an order of day for next ordi nary meeting. From Mr. P. Fraser, asking for a bridge to be placed at the entrance of his gateway in George-street. Received) and referred to the Works Committee. From Gas Company, referring to the lighting of the street lamps, and agreeing to light the lamps for £?. 17s per lamp a year* on the condition that the lighter bring each burner to the gas works once each month to be tested, the council to pay for such time that it will take the gas manager to test them, and that the l...

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WHAT WE HEAR, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

WHAT WE HE AH, That Alderman Primrose had ft narrow escape from being gored by an infuriated bull last Friday. He had to resort to strategy to escape. That flying-foxes are very numerous in the vicinity of Kurrajong. Mr. 13ob Forrester will give them a treat shortly, but it is to be hoped that they will not leave the scene before the appointed time, as they did on the last occasion when he and his friends sallied out against them. That the public meeting to discuss the question of re-opening the river will be held on Monday evening next. That at Broadwater there are large quantities of reef carp dying, owing to the water getting too shallow. That an enterprising stock owner in this dis trict intends putting green spectacles over the eyes of his stock, that they might eat the dried up her bage under false pretences. That the Blacktown Races take place to-day. That the fencing around Mr. Bowman's paddock near the ponds has suffered damage by bush fires to the extent of over £\oo. That...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

SRT JAMES* DETECTIVE SOAP. ,It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing iDay. This Soap can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt ^ ~and Fresh Water. 0 <j The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New- % Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest f" injury* It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds 'of Skin {£ Diseases on man or beast--such a£ Sores, Burns* ^ Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heel's in liorses, X Mange in' Dogs. Also for Curing Blight Oh Fruit atad Flower Trees. Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse. Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is th6 most Remarkable of all Soaps yet introduced. The price of it 5$ as Cheap as the ordinary common soap-. Ask yoUr Storekeepers for it. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. JAMES, 763 George-street, Sydney. -ALL COMMUNICATIONS R E C £ I V PROMPT ATTENTION.

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POETRY. ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

POETKY. ACROSTIC. W OMEN of worth tfnd courage I n every town and village, N ot in dress of wealth alone. D welling p'r'aps in a humble home, S till with noble ends in A iew 0 r minds with holy love imbued, R egardless of scorn or shame A gainst wrong-doing acclaim N or think their small aid in vain D aunted though they may be ; R ather hope that strength may grow 1 n their acts and words to show Children, that the doers of wrong H ave no claim to voice and song M ade for those who do the right "Or endeavour, with their might, N ot to let another leap D own the long and darksome steep. 'G iris ! Wake up ! Do not slumber ! A rm yourself with thought and nerve, Zeal be in every member, i£ ach prevent the other swerve, :T ry to give each other aid ; T his, and this alone, may save "."Earthly sisters from the knave. UNE r fiMME.

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Public Meeting. i Monday evening next an'important ic meeting'will'be 'held at the Wind ichool of Arts, for the purpose of ig upon the Government the neces ;or rendering the Hawkesbury River jable. It is hoped that the attend on this occasion 'will be large'and the'meeting "will be unanimous. The ion is one which af!ecfs the whole t residents of this district, and it is by working band in hand that the : sought for will be attained.

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

ATHLETICS. Rndd won the Carrington Handicap, Samuels second and Mc Knight, third.

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SPORTING. AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

SPORTING. AQUATICS. " Pegasus" in " NEWS of THE WORLD" thusdeals with Peter Kemp;-" Peter Kemp was bom near Windsor, Australia, on November 15th 1853, and, it may be remembered, accompanied Beach when the champion visited England in April, 1886, to row in the International Championship Sculling Sweepstakes that I promoted on the Thames, August 30, 31 and September 1. Kemp was one of the entrants for that gigantic affair, but his backers paid £75 forfeit, and his place was afterwards taken (with the unanimous consent of Beach, Ross, Teemer, Matterson, Bubear and Perkins) by George W. Lee. The forfeiture was caused by Kemp's successive defeats by George Perkins, (on July 19th) and George Bubear (July 24th). in matches for £200 each ; and Bubear again defeated Kemp when they rowed, Putney to Mortlake on September 20th, with odds of G to 5 on Kemp, who led to Thorneycroft's, where he collapsed entirely. In July, 1887, Kemp easily beat Neil Matterson on the Parramatta. On February nth la...

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