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

Is now showing a choice variet3r of NEW GOODS for the Christmas Season. MOSQUITO NETS, 72 to »I20 inches wide, from 6£d to is nd per yard. QUILTS in Honeycomb, Toilet, Grecian, Terry, &c., from 3s nd to 25s. Table-covers, Damasks, Sheet ings, Longcloths, Towels, &c., A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. L&ce CURTAINS, 2f, 3^, and 4 yards long, from 3s 6d to 22s 6d. Cretonnes, Dimities, Tickings, Flannelettes, &c. Mattings, Floorcloths, all widths, at Moderate Prices. Ladies If you really want a nice HAT or BONNET for Christmas, you cannot do better than inspect D. HOLLAND'S CHOICE STOCK. Dress Materials In Zephyrs, Cashmeres, Beiges, Prints, Drillettes, in all the new shades and designs. A Special Line of PLAIN and STRIPED ZEPHYRS at THREEPENCE per yard. Call and See Them. D. HOLLAND is showing the latest novelties in Ladies' Corsets, Parachutes, The Husband Beater, &c. Ladies' Underclothing. Baby Linen, Pinafores, Pelisses, Hoods, Tunics, &c. Men's...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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EBENEZER AND SACKVILLE REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

EBENEZEE AND SACKVILLE REACH. On Sunday last the Rev. J. Ayling gave, in his usual homely style, some very appropriate " talks," as he sometimes calls them, on subjects both interesting and seasonable. In the morning, from the passage, " Rivers of waters in dry places," after explaining the primary and then the fuller and more spiritual intentions of the writer, he passed in a few well chosen sentences to the severe necessities of such a time of drought and batt^nness as the present. He then spoke of crossing the Hawkesbury that morning at full tide, inviting, as it seemed to him in the grandest manner,all concerned to avail themselves as far as possible by the means of irrigation, of the poten tialities of wealth at their feet, but now altogether unutilised. Indeed to look up and down the splendid reaches of our noble river, and then to see the immense facilities for irrigation altogether uncared for, suggests most forcibly the thought of several things not creditable to us as resi...

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

PITT TOWN, SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.-On Friday last the children attending the Church of England Sunday school, with teachers and friends, and accom panied by the Rev. W. Morgan, the popular in cumbent, and the Rev. Mr Ay ling, enjoyed their annual treat under the " Oaks." There were about roo children present, and they, with their friends, partook of dinner and tea, and enjoyed therftselves thoroughly.

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THE RIVER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

THE RIVER TRADE. A committee meeting in connection with the move ment inaugurated a week or two ago, for the pur pose of agitating to secure the clearing of the Hawkesbury River channel, was held on Monday evening lagt, when there were present ^-Messrs Mortley, (in the chairj, Piddington, H. M'Quade* S. T- Green well* Holland, Gambrill, Hole, Rosa, iohnson, and Norton (hon seek The names of Messrs Hole and Rosa were added to the Com mittee. The secretary stated that replies had been received from Messrs Stevenson and Lees* M'S-. P. stating that they would be glad to give the move ment all the assistance in their power, and would be present at the meeting if at all possible. No replies were received from the Hon. W. Walker* Mr, Bowman* or Mr. Burdekirt, though Mr, M'Quade stated that he believed Mr, Bowman was stifl absent in Melbourne. A report, to be submitted at the public meeting, was adopted on the motion of Mr. Gambrill, seconded by Mr. Holland. At this meeting four resolutions...

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

WFIATHER REPORT. Fofe WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 2<*NB Nov. Mak. Miri-. Rain. x6 9* 63 Nil-. *7 78 58 *9 t8 n 54 n 19 90 -5$ 20 73 5* I\ 21 74 54 ?> £2 86 v, JORTN AVKINFR. The Manse, Pitt Towd.

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

YARRAMUNDI. On Monday evening last the 20th inst, a concert took place in the Presbyterian Church at Yarra mundi, the object of which was to raise funds for the purchase of blinds for the windows of the Church: The night was very favourable, a full moon shed forth her silvery rays, affording a splendid opportunity for the young gents to escort their various fair friends to the entertainment. The little church was full. Dr. Cameron took the chair. The first item on the programme was an address by the chairman, uhicn was cmeitly n iui reference to the blinds, the various kinds of blinds tffch as clerical blinds,etc., etc., and their necessity, tCfid he limped the audience would not be. so blind that they would not see ti e necessity for blinds for the windows of the church, befo.e the striking sun might blind some son or some daughter. Next we had a duet " Tell her I love her So," by the Misses Cameron, rendered in an excellent style; a solo by Miss Chalmers was a treat; a duet " The ...

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Our Railway and Postal Systems. PUBLIC MEETING. THE PROPOSED SUNDAY TRAIN DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Ouf Railway and Postal Systems. PUBLIC MEETING, THE PROPOSED SUNDAY TRAIK DEFEATED. On Tuesday evening last a public meeting., convened by the Mayor of Windsor, Mr F. J~ Mcrtley, was held at tfcre School of Arts, when there uas an attendance of between 50 and 60, amongst those present being the Mayor (in the chair), Dr. Hozier, Messrs B. Richards, G. Green well, Norton, Kirk, Ross, J. B. Johnston, junr., G. C. Total sou, Busby, Howard, Towers, Dean, G. Davies, PiniJdington, Padley, Gallagher, lilane, Fitzpatrickandl others. The Mayor opened the meeting by reading the advertisement convening it, and then called upon Mr. J3. Richards, who moved the first resolution, " That an increased railway service be granted,viz. that mid-day trains run to and from Wind sor on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, in lieu of those now running." Dr. Hozier seconded, and said that in asking for thrus midday .trains they were only asking for one additional train. The mid-day train on Saturday was no trai...

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

Dental Notice. Mr. Willoughby, SURGEON DENTIST, VISITS Windsor on the LAST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, and remains for Onk WUKK. CONSULTING ROOM: "THE COTTAGE," ROYAL HOTEL. Messages left at the Royal Hotel, or Mr. Dick's, opposite. Next visit commencing MONDAY, 26th No vember. MEDICAL-RICHMOND. Dr. W. M. Helsham MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGONS, ENGLAND, AND Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London, HAS commenced the practice of his profes sion, and may be consulted daii) a» Mrs JOCKELS, Windsor-street. MEDICAL. BR. GUYENOT HAS resumed PRACTICE in RICHMOND, and may be consulted daily at the BLACK HOKSE Hoticj,, I3osworth-street entrance. THE M'QUADE PARK HOTEL. J BUCKLEY desires to intimate to the . general public that he has taken the above hotel, and has renovated it thoroughly, thus making it one of the be.\t houses in Windsor. The Best Brands of Liquors kept m Stock. Good Stabling. Every Convenience for Travellers. TERMS MODERATE. Give the House a Call. Boochong St...

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

Sp^oidil Pie|[zes# The Proprietor of the W. arid R. GAZETT offers the following prizes to thdse: whci bare make an effort towards securing them : 10 6d for the most meritorious Versus written od "The Hawkesbilry." 21s for the best short Christmas fetory: In the case of the two first competitions, the! productions of competitors must be sent to " Thd Editor, GAZETTE." not later thdn October 31, when, after the prize has been awarded, the suc cessful tontributibns arid such others as tliei Editor may deem worthy, will be published. The name atid addrfess, with nom-d^-plume of the writer, must be attached to each contribution. The cdmpetitiori for th6 Christmas story will remain open until the last day in November. Thd rules applying to the other competitions must also be observed in this case.

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RURAL RAMBLES. 1.—IN THE HUNTER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

RURAL RAMBLES. IN THE HUNTER DISTRICT. PERHAPS one of the frmest agricultural ^districts in the colony is that of the Hunter. it is said to surpass even the prolific H'awkesbufy in the quality and number of its products, though there may foe found many authorities willing to ^accord the palm to the latter. Certain it is, that the Hunter may successfully lay 'claim to a picturesque and natural beauty .almost unsurpassed. 3n some portions of the district, the wild grandeur of its .scenery calls forth a spontaneous burst of approval from the sight-seeing tourist, whilst to those who love the fustic associa tions which are inseparable from all agri cultural centres, it has a charm which captivates and enslaves. The vine-grow* ing industry is a powerful one in the immediate vicinity, and some of the choicest wines produced in this colony come from the vineyards around the Hunter. In the fruit season the picture which they present is a pretty one, indeed -the gatherers of the luscious gra...

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

CHAUNCY AND CHAUNCY, LICENSED SURVEYORS OF :N.S. WALES -AND - QUEENSLAND. Authorized Government Draftsmen. Land Agents. ILLAWARRA ROAD (Near Addison Road), MARRICKVILLE. Mason Bros., Ltd., Importers of every description of EARTHENWARE, GLASS, CHINA, &c., 263, 269 KENT-STREET. MASON BROTHERS LIMITED. Importers of British, Continental, and American Hardware, , . including Builders' and General Ironmongery, Brushware, Lamp\vare, Saddlery, Oils, Paints and White lead, Galvanised Iron, Barb Fencing Wire, E. P. Goods, &c" 263, 269 KENT-STREET. MASON BROTHERS, LIMITED, Have in Stqck and for Sale Salt-Coarse, Fine |& Rock English Hams, Oatmeal Craignk J ams Gilbert, Cornflour & Starch Oriental Tea Com pan y's Teas -Packet and Hulk, Cigars, Tobacco, and Cigarettes Woolpqicks, Sheepshears Twine,. Cnrnsack§ Orebags, BranbagS, Canvas Fencing Wire-Iron,. Steel Caustic Soda, Salt Cake Silicate faints aud Dviresco Floorcloths, Pal'ie'rKkbgings Pianos Cement-Robins',...

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[?]CALAND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

jCALAND GENERAL. ILVEKCV.-William Edward Bell, of Wilber labourer, has sequestrated his estate. BATE.-Probate was granted, on Monday, estate of Thomas Richards, senr, lat; of ond ; amount £3733. WINDSOR NATIVE.-We -notice that Mr., i Perry, who is a mtive of Windsor, and is under Mr, Dick in the local telegraph s now located at Croydon in Queensland, but recently been transferred 'to that place ooktowu. P. FRASF.r.-Mr. Fraser has now fitted his tablisliment up, opposite Pitt's new build id a better show has never been seen in JpENT.-Whilst skating 011 Tuesday evening, M Kir wan fell, and sustained a fracture of the >ERS FOR FERRIES.-We would remind nterested that the tenders fir the ferries sed in this issue close with Mr. Neilley, uperintendent, on Wednesday next. r TRAFFIC.-Several large boats have d to reich the wharf this week. Mr. J. uisspd the channel on a very low tide, and >und, but floated his craft when the water 3 again. ROAD TRUST.-George-street, which is n the roa...

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

'Land fteform-. One featurer-of the political life of tile 'century is the Organization of large sa tieties of forking mefri within the State, for purposes of muttral assistance or to initia'te the reform of abuses, and the re moval of hindrances td the full develop ment of industry. W-hen one of these popular assemblies meets, we shall secure ?an expression of opinion of great value, ?because unlike the Vote of most Euro pean Legislative Assemblies-it is the .expression of the popular will. Such a .deliverance "has lately been made by ,the English Trades Union Congress. This body is cortipos6d of delegates fr&m the Various branches of tfrade and l&bour elected by the fellow workmen-men who by sheer force of character and ability .have secured the suffrages of theiir fellow mert4 and are not foisted into the position 'of representatives because their ancestors cringed for a title, or did the dirty work of a moftrach for place ot power. And this | Veally representativ...

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

I yon only knew aud properly understood the duties which the blood has to perform, .aud the aliso nre necessity for it to have a detiuite chemical composi tion, aud knew that the supply of mineral coiist.itnent.-i from Austra.ian food is totally inadequate to keep uie blood suUicieutly strong iu oxidizing power, on wlulu process health depends, YO Would know that it is imperative y neres-ary tn supply the Ulood with its essential mineral elements fur 11ns formation ot healtliy tissue, muscle. Iione, &i\. w I-n li uiilurtunatcly are not oouinuiule lroin the natui.il Cuud in tlicse colonies. To supply uiese elemmiLS CLliJiKNXV TuMU is offered ami is th . RATIONAL RESTORATIVE "prepared in Australia. It positively cures all diseases .arising from poorness ot biood or debility, such us Neuralgia, Nervousness, Wi-akness. Jjuj-'uor. Tootli ache, Loss of Appetite. Vigor uu J iinci'g*. which aie only symptoms ut a debilitated system. It supplies the vital stream Willi the chemical lo...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1888. [?]estalozzi School Macquarie-st., Windsor. [?]rincipal: Mademoiselle Naegueli. The Land Question. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

IN'DSOR AND JHCHM-&ND ©ojcttc. TUR®A^ NOVEMBER 24, 1888. ©s-tsilosisl School -Msequaine-st., "Windsor. cipal: Mademoiselle Naegueli, The 'Land Question. n this issue we print a lengthy epistle a the Hon. AY. Walkek. We have not Space io deal with it at length, but lid like to answer t\^p or three state jts it .contains. In tthe first place, ugh we have .always admired Sir Henry and always deemed him-as Mr. Lilian says-head and shoulders above other man in the House-yet, we will believe that Sir Henry monopolises all intelligence and thought of the country, we will "-not agree, with our corres dent, that he .cannot be taught. When I England some years ago, -Sir Henry | kestold his hearers at la public break that Australia had nothing to learn the old country, but judging from his nt utterances on the question of Land ionalization we are of opinion that both self and those who-agree with him have ih knowledge to acquire before they can m to be conversant with its main princi ....

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

Notioe. ALL STOfeK found after this date ofi CtiFTON ESTATE Will bS impounded. S. HOSKISSON, Wi&dsor. BRICK HOl-'SE; five rottrriS iand liitehen. Apply PADLEY BRGSt George-street* Windsor. THE Committee of the Riv^fetdne Relief Society sincerely Ti4ank those Ladies and Gentlemen who assisted in the recent concert* H. SaI^ XGERCOCK) Hon. Seci HE Flying Fox Shooting Contin: _L gent will toll up at C. Mahdney's on the Comlei-oy Road, ori WEDNESDAY Mofnittg, 28th insti (weather permitting) and will camp at Wade's* Wheeney5 thai night, prior to giving the Foxes a Cen ! tennial PieniQ. Two day's shooting. To Let TEAMS. THE FLUNG FOXES. R. FOWESTER. Christmas and New Year Cardsv Grand Assortment Of the Latest Designs at *A-«. ^"32T"IHj^S George-Stre'eta, Windsors and Gh&'rrriirtg Stock to s6l6ct frbni\ Coiwe iat once a'nd choose for your selves-. Australia® Joint StftSk £&nk* in'cS'rpora'ted h.y Act of Council, x;853-. £ai<i u$ w . /5oo-.od6 With pbvver t...

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Land Nationalisation. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

Land Nationalisation. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-It is surprising how little the true princi ples of Land Nationalization are understood by those who endeavour to stamp the " new craze " out of existence. The magnitude of man's igno rance is truly deplorable. They go on from year's end to year's end in the old, well-beaten tracks, and when some one with more penetration than themselves discovers some new avenue of employ ment for the breadwinner, some relief for the oppressed masses, some way of extending God's gifts to the most unfortunate of his creatures, those who are born with silver spoons in their mouths, or are enriched by adventitious circum stances, forthwith set up a howl of condemnation against reformers of all creeds, and of all countries. I am led to write this by reading ths letter of " Win. Walker " in your issue of the roth. Mr. Walker may be, and is, no doubt, an extensively read man ; he may also be a thoughtful iyian ; but I am bound to say that he has neither read nor ...

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

MEDICAL EXPERTS. In the average medical man prejudice and .'pro fessional caste is very strohg. He is educated in this atmospherfe, and his associations,in after yekrs but strengthen hip early teachings. Yet there are minds in t!,fe profession,, Active, alqrt, vigorous, abreast and ahead of theifir day and generation, who refuse to be bound and stand still. If they cannot cure with their list of preparations they are | willing to try others, albeft they are of another school or mayhap no school at all. If anew theo*ry for the successful combating of disease is adr vanced, or a new preparation for the aljeviatioh'of suffering humanity is discovered, they do not cry it down because it is new, lor because it comes to J them out of the beaten track of precedence. Scores of reputable physicians, becoming dis couraged at the results of their prescriptions in I "their own cases, and in those of their patients, 'have put aside prejudice and used Warrior's Safe Remedies lor the diseases for ...

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

Richmond News. . NEW COACHBUILDER.-Through the. instrumen tality of twelve local residents, Mr, T. Huxley, Coach-builder of Windsor, ihas been induced to establish a branch at Richmond. He has taken the premises adjoining Mr. Sly's Black Horse Hotel, and commences operations on Monday next, when he will no doub't be accorded a good share of patronage. THE MAIN STREET.-Great complaints ARE be ing made^respecting the" wretched State >of the main street, .the metal on which is destitute of j blinding, and is lying loose all over the roaflway. j The time has arrived when something should be .done to remedy this disagreeable state of ailairs, .and if the 'council consults the wishes of the in habitants, it will lose/io time in asking the Govern ment for a special grant. MR. ATSDREW TOWN..-Some anxiety was caused in town on Sunday, when it became known that this igentleman was seriously ill, and under the care of Dr. Callaghan, Mr. Town, however, over came the attack, and I am now glad...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 24 November 1888

TOPICS OF THE DAY. . ListertVo mfe, and if you speak me fair I'll teil you news, indiflerem good to either. It was out in the back country that some years ago I met poor old Tom Breen, who has since gone on his last long journey into the land of the shades and the shadows. Torn was an hotel keeper, and when not engaged in dispensing liquors he usually put in his spare time by inditing .correspondence, principally on local topics, to one .of the 'two local papers in the little town of G . Tom seldom managed to stick long to one of these papers.; he invariably fell out with the editor, ?and immediately 'on doing so transferred his allegiance to the opposing party, and forthwith poured out upon the first a volley of grape and 'cannister, which made his quondam friend squirm .again. It was on 'owe of these occasions that Tom raised the dander of the proprietor of the other local broadsheet and of several of his contributors .by commencing a "column article in this strain: There ate also...

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