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FARM AND GARDEN. RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

FARM AND OAR ff. Rusr. Tu various parts of New South Wale*» of late years, wheat ha.* suffered mest disas* trously from rust. The old colonies, in the earlier history of om* colony, e»¡j»<y§H iramit nity from runt,' and it is only du^Jng the last few years that the ** disease"-if / niav be to called-has made its appearance, >urryiiig on its work of destruction. In thc O.-mien and other districts wheat has been grown year after year with non-success. Scientists have been, and are still, trying to lind ont what j rust is, and to name a reinedy.^^^à1!uïu!» explanations have been made as to what rust ! is, but the most satisfactory to us is that it is an innumerable hosts ol" insects which are so small that they cnn only be clearly discernible by te aid td" a microscope. These little insects eat up the sap in the stalk nf the wheat, thus depriving the head of nourish- ment. It is asserted that t e rust in England does not affect thc grain, therefore it must be different to...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Xov. 20th, ll a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald Ebeneser, ,t 3 pm., ,, Vitt Town, " 3 p.m., " Alternare. KEV. PATELCK FITZGERALD, Minister.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Pabbath Services : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Week Evening Service, Thursday, 8 p.m. REV. Fred. C. B. FAIREY. . _

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Calendar.—November. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

1 Calendar.-November. REMARKABLE EVENTS. Sun Sun rise, se's Sun M Tu W .Th Fri Sat 4 47 4 47 Tasmania discov'rd. 1642.!4 4i(i ¡4 46| 4 46 ¡4 45 4 45 \2'àrd Sund ty ajter l rinit>¡ Mitchel] st. lstexpld. '31. N. Z'landers vd. Svd. '05. 6 45 6 43 ii 46 6 47 6 48 6 49 ti 50

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

Municipal Borou«*"!! of Windsor. j ALTERATION OF STREET LEVEL. j [VT OT ICE is hereby given that the Conn a-T ^ - s Í lias (loomed it necessary to alter the level "i. ,< portion of Ncw-streoi, and that plan of said »lt<pratinu ni ay he seen wini Aldermen Liusley, the I Chairman of Committee for Works, for 14 days from the date hereof. FRANCIS SIMON. Mayor. Pate;l this 17thday of November, ISSI. Municipal Hates. NOTICE. ¿ LL Persons who have not paid up their Rates must do so at once, to i he Conn- el Clerk, at his office, Catharine-street, t<> prevent piucccdiiig* in court for recovery of same. Uv order, ' R. TCRNER, Council Clerk. \VimlsnT, November 17th, issi. Wanted. ry ANTED, a Carpenter, to erect a * * Weatherboard Cottase. Applv to G. X. CLKE'VK, North Richmond. NOTICE. ON ft d after the 9th instant, no Loam, Gr. 'el, or Growing Tree shall lie removed from Urn Common1' under peualtv of thc liv Laws, . ! v order of the Trustees, 1>. COBCRO...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Hawkesburg Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

CORRESPONDENCE. To thr i ditor of the Ilaivkekhurii Chronicle. jJfcjAK Si:;,-Our Anniversar}* Tea Moating' ¡6 now i Lin:, ' !' the past, and I am happy t<> say was a gveai .-¡ur-'t ss-a large attendance, abundance of evt rytl.i':? needful, au<l, as it always is at Sackville Re;<cli, < ! '.tie very bust quality. 'lhere «.ig, Uiwever, to sumi' of UP, one drawback, OWIUL; to die Regatta txcitemeut we could hold uu r,ubi:c : ii "fling' alter the tea, consequently, wc »vere iriiii iç ii .food speeches, rotes of thanks, ie., which '»-!?.> J -eust-otned to hear on former similar occa I \ "ill you therefore, kindly permit mc through y? .ar -.ij .iblo colunias, to tender the best thanks of ? .ir Truf .;es, to those ladies aud gentlemen who ivo-'idiv" -inti served at the tablets, and otherwise 'waisted- i bringing1 the entertainment to such a iwae. -Uso to Cantata Ms.;-nmg, of the v A:isira!ia," who kindly lencas hj£ sails to ,"by b-j'jtIi_ wh...

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DERATE AT MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY, SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

DERATE AT MUTUAL IMPROVE-j MENT SOCIETV, SCHOOL OF AKTS.-j The question " Wiil Great ß> itain decline as oí her nations have done ?" was debated Vf ith considérai).e skill bv a few mem be s of .the above Society, on Tuesday evening the lath instant. Ms, D. HOLLAND, the President of the Association, took the chair at a quarter past eight, and called upon MR. HARDING to open ? the debite in" the affirmative, which that gentleman did with much judgment-showing j that he hud paid considerable attention to the subj -ct. In opening, he sai 1 he was .peaced at a disadvantage, inasmuch as he had intended speaking on the of-er side, but owing to. Mr. Broad foot's inability to attend he (Mr, H irdiug) decided to open the discussion him- self. Ile woula. in giving a sketch of the argnu nents in proof of the probable decline of Britain, remind his betters thal we arc Britons ourselves, and consequently, prejudiced, and allowances should be made for that. The decline of Egypt, Rome, Athens, a...

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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

EICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary meering of the Cqnnc.il was i held on Wednesday evening, the 10th Novera- | ber inst. Present-The M. ay or, and Alder- men Cobcroft, Onus., ^en., Price, Turner, and. Kelly. Minutes ol last meeting read and con- firmed. CoR&^iiöS0ESßE,i--ri!röm G.., S.. Guefetj asking for use of the Park for athletic spores on Boxing Day. Letter received and per- mission granted. Fencing n'dtice from the Rev. J. Cameron ; received and referred to Works Committee. Shetland and Orkney Island suoscription list received, but no action taken. From Bathurst Municipal Council, respecting a motion passed at a special meek- ing of that body; letter * receivejiïFrom Uader-Secretary of Lands respecting the addresses of letters from the Council to that Department. ACCOUNTS.-Mr. E. Smith, stationery, £ô 8s.; carried, D. Carter, on account of Chapel streel, £30 ; carried. H. D. Travis-CS yards kerbing ; £30-was allowed on account, £42 los. 9d. J. Cahill, contracts " M...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE WORLD, according to Chinese reckon- ing, is 84,0-12 years old. THE Municipal property of New South Wales is probably worth ¿50,000,000 ster- ling in fee simple.-Echo. THE Right Honourable John Bright is 70 years of age. G eat rejoicings at Rochdale on his birthday. THE English Cricketers arrived by the Australia yesterday adte-noon, and landed at \ the A.^.N. Company's Wharf at 5 o'clock, j Shrewsbury, who came out by the Cuzco, ! ai rived at Melbourne yesterday, and will pro- bably arrive in Sydney by the end of the j week. CAUTION TO BATHKRS.-Those youngsters who are loud of paddling about in the shal- lows at the junction of Rickaby Creek should be careful of their looting. On Monday night last a lad named Lieorge Davies Hud his foot badly cut with a piece of glass whilst bathing in that lo aiity, and has, in consé- quence, had to lay up fora <veel:. NOTICE.-Those of our Wilberforce sub- scribers who were formerly supplied by Mr. Weeks, our late ...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

Agencies. Thc undermentioned are our appointed Agents for the several localities named : RICHMOND-Mr. D. CoiJcrofl, Chemist. KUBRAJONG. -Joseph Smith, Storekeeper. NORTH II.JHMOND - WI LBERFORCE. WIREMAN'S FERRT.-Mrs. Marx, CENTRAL MACDONALD-Mr. J. Walker.

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THE Hawkesburg Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

i THE ïkultfSuWti CJroflirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, ISSI. TH* objection lodged at the Police Court the Other day, to Mr». Cobcroft getting an exten- sion of ber publican's license tu Sackville Reach on the 9th inst., was rather unique in Us way-and we may also add, unusual. Generally, such objections come from ..he police, or if from other persons the police back it up-for good and tangible reasons, no doubt. In this instant«-, hov ever, thc officer in charge of the district police offered no objection in the first instance, t.either did he endorse the opinions ot those who did. The reason as set forth by the Kev. Mr. Somerville w as given, wc ¿re reidy to believe, from honest convictions, though in our opinion-mistaken ones. As a tea-meeting in connection with this gentleman's church, was to be held the same day, he was cd'opinion that a licensed booth in such close proximity would be fraught «¡th danger-ih.it is, he seemed tn prejudge matters, and came to...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

PINS. Ctn» grano salis. "Christian ilnnal " is v. !¡nt tv? often hear quoted, lhere are many sorts of Christians, it is true, and some of them in their burial notions are, 1 think, rather un Christian:--they are, at .any rate, the reverse of being civilized. It is only lately I read in a contemporary, of a minister-a gentle- man named Lloyd, the Rev. A. Lloyd, I be- lieve pressing himself as being pleased at certain kinds of Christian uuity, that were   shewing up very brightly through the dark leaden clouds of dogmatism ; and he in-   stanced the fact of his having been permitted to officiate in the premier Anglican cemetery of the colony, and in the presence of an Anglican clergyman. The gentleman who said this is a Congregationalist, and whose deliverances over the grave I have on more than one occasion listened to with much res- pect. Unfortunately, all are not so liberal—   and more's the pity-down Tumut way, for instance. They buried a Ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 19 November 1881

pAETtAMATTA TIMBER YARDS, GEORGE-STREET, PARRAMATTA. George Coates, PROPRIETOR. G. C. begs to call the attention of BUILDERS, PLASTERERS, WHEEL- WRIGHTS, PLUMBERS, and the GENERAL PUBLIC to bis large stock of every requisite for the trade. Hardwood Yard Every size required in building from lin. x lin. up to 12in. x 12in., and all NORTHERN HARDWOOD. Splendid 6x1 T and G Flooring, and Dressed, and Beaded WEATHERBOARDS, Tallow-wood, Blackbutt, and Blue Gum. Softwood Yard Maryboro and Colonial Fine. New Zealand Kauri Cedar, all sizes. Mary boro Hoop Pine. T and G flooring. And first-class WEATHERBOARDS Sprace, Baltic Deals, American Pine, Oregon. Joinery Stores Redwood, Cedar, Sugar Pine, and Kauri DOORS, all sizes. Glazed Cedar SASHES, all sizes Splendid MANTLEPIECES, cheapest and best in the market. SHUTTERS, CASEMENTS. All sizes in Skirtings, Mouldings. Architraves in Cedar, Fine, Redwood and Kauri. Pine Lattice and Louvre Staffs. CARVED BRACKETS. Turnery Department Cedar Legs Pinnac...

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Windsor Postal Time Table. , Ariivu IVoui-? Sydney.-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday., Snturday, at J1.S0 n.m. and 7.30 pm. í'on,amattn...M<iudHy. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs. daK^ïday, SajurUuy, at ll.au u.m. und 7.30 j/.pi. lJicbrohndi..Mohday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs *t d«y,.íriduy, Saturday, nt H n.m. and 4 p.m. ritf Tiiwn.t.Uiiiidny4 8p,in,| Tuesday, Wednesday, . S.1S p.m.; Thursday, 6 p.m. ; i'riilny, Satur day, 8.15 p.m. ' ^IbermVoe...Monday, 3.10 p.m. ; Tuesday, 7 p.m. , Wednesday, .»A4, o.m. ¡ 'Thursday," 7 p.m. l^oUkwn...«fc>i>dityl Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 u.m. Ulverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wodnosduy, Thurs day, Krida^-j Saturday, at 11.31) a.m. Mulgvavo;..Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, tíutunlay, ut 7.30 p.m. Depart tor Sydney ...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, ht Ú.30 tum. nod 3.30 p.m. Parramatta... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, itt C.30 u.m. ...

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Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Railway Time-table. -Lear» SYDNEY for Riverstone "I Malurave I fl.O A.M.; r>.20 r.w. Saturday add., Windsor ). 1.45 y.« Sunday, 12.l.*> A.M. (All Clarendon j set down ut Clarendon.) ItioliiHond J liouva fur S Y l)N KY from Bioumond...7.1ü A.M.; ¡I.S4 I'.M. Sntnrday add., (iAUr.it. (Seta down or jiieks up at Claren don.) Windsor...r.2," A.M.; 4.G r.U. Snturdav add., «.62 CM. Jtul)fruvu...r.'ir A.M. ; 4.Iii r.u. Saturday add., r.-t P.V. liinTBtouo...r^>S A.M.,- 4.31 r.s. Saturday add., T.SQr.K. Blacktown-8.20 A.M.) i.'iU p.v. Saturday add., T.5H iv M.

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

CORRESPONDENCE. Tn the Editor of thc llawke*hnry Chronic!/!, j DEAK Sut,-Our Anniversary Tea Meeting.)« uow a tliiug of the pant, alni I om happy towy was a great success- a large attemlnucu,-nliuuüaueo of vvcrvtli!iii£ iiruilfid, HID!, os it alway« ie at Sackville Uuaeh, of the very best uua'ity. 'l here wan. li ivever, to sunn: orris, one drawback, owing lo the Kcgattu excitemcut we cwdijrfiold uo |iub!ie nieeiiug ulcer tile tea, oonsequeimy, wc were iiuuus the good speeches, vou* of 1 hanks, ic, which w : were accustomed to hear-on former similar occa sions. Will you tlierefoiie, kindly permit mc through your valuable eolumiiB, co tender ibo bust thanks of our Trustees, to those ladies and goutlcineu who pruridcil ao l Rcrvcd al the tables, and otherwise HoaRLciI in bringing the entertiiinmeiit tu such a successful inpue. .Also .to Capiatn Maiming, ortho " Maid of AuetriliuY' who kindly lout us his sails to corer in Hie buu'h -» liicli was indeed n decided improvement on tile for...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEWS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) TWENTY=THIRD SUNDAY AFTER T[?]INITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Religious Notices. 1 ST. MATTHEWS (CHUECU OF ENGLAND.) TWF.STY-THIltl) SirSIlAY AFTER TWNITY. WtKlwMi. MiiriiiiurServiw.il a.m. j Ki-miiiur Serviré. 7.30 jun > KEV. 1\ W. STBF.TTON with Holy < ommonton. ' CI.VI>KHOALK. 3. p.m. Xortli Ilock«, 11 «.m. \ M A Mar| ¡ " l-'n-cmauY Bunch, 3.30 p.m.)

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DEBATE AT MUTUAL IMPROVE[?] MENT SOCIETY, SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

DE BYTE AT MUTUAL IMPÄOVE MENT SOCIETY, SCHOOL OFjAljTá. Tilt' question " Wiii Cirent B.itnhi?ilecline as other uatinn« have done?" was debajed with con-iderab.e skill liv a lew meinbe s of the above Society, on Tuesday evening tte 15lh inst mt. j Ma. I). H0Ú..WD, the Presiden! of the Association, took the chair at a quam- past eight, und called upon Mit. iiAtiuisopt open the del» tte in the affirmative, whtk that gentleman did with much judgment-lowing lint he had paid considerable attentioi} to the Mtbj -et. Ju opening, he saiil he wasjplaced at a disadvantage, inasmuch as he had ilienried speaking on the ot-rr side, bul oiing to Mr. Broadfool's inability to attend le (Mr. [{.liding) decided to open the discussfcn him-, self. Ile would, in giving a skclti of the arguumcnts in proof ol'the probable (Celine ul' Britain, remind his hearers that we an Britons ourselves, and consequently, prejudged, anil allowances should he mude tor tint. ÏV decline of Egypt, Rome, Athens, aid otlnr g...

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ST. MATTHEW'S.-ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

RT. MATTrfpW'S.-IlOUAX CATHOLIC CHUKCH WiNDSOE-N'ov. 2", T.30 a.m. Kev. S. J. A. Sheehy ll o.m. " " 7 p.m. HKV. S. J. A. S1IKK1IV.

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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

RIC.1M0ND BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of tlie Council was held on Wednesday eveninp, the ICthjâjnvem her inst, present-The Mayor, andjMder men Cobcrolt, Onus., sen., PricCj^!&rner, and Kelly. -Mr îtèv. J. Camero» i^^iy^J^^M^fí-^ta, Work» eomiraîttieL 4*4^f^{*^^j8N^Nr üi>1«nd sunswîpttob-lïtt jr^v^^úimapon taken. Fro»» Bathurst Municipal liíujpl,; respecting a motion passed ata specif meet, ing of that budy ; letter received. ' From Uader-Secretary of Lands respecting the addresses ot fetters froin tho Council 'jw i|hat Department. ! i . ?' . *í .. . . *-'\*' * ACCOUNTS.-Mr. E. Smith, stationary, £5 8s.; carried, D. Carter, on account of Chapel, street, £30 ; carried. H. D. Travis, fia yards kerhin<r; £30-was allowed on accouiit, £42 15s. QA. J, Cahill, contracts Matjdi and Bourke streets, £10 10s.; carried. j RrroRTi.-Front Finance Committee, re above ace m 11 ts, 011 the motion . f Aid, Cob croft, seconded by Aid. Turner, was received ; and adoption ...

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