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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

WKStiKYAX METHODIST. WINDSOR-NOV. 2<Mh. ll K.m., Bev. H. Mw-fc. 7 11..Uer. II. Mack. JtiCHUONO.-3 |i.m.. >Ir. W. .'. Onmbrill. 7 |i.tu.. Mr. <¡. Turnbull. F.NWW.I) ll a.m.. Mr. W. f. »ianihrill. Ki'Mt AJONC -2.W p.m., Mr.T. Anderson. .WiLHEuriiKCE. :t p.m.. Ilev. II. Mack. HEY. II. M-ACK, CimirniHii of Circuit.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WISEMAN'S FERRY, FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

i|v literary %anwî&^N^»"^'M,ae'1tt :|f^¥#:Äl l^tott öf«^«nïnia ?Aíííi per»«*; tiplea willing to glVe ''làuiw.'Wiî precedence, II W bdiig a|*o cpnscioúj ^f tJie deficiency -of j Sny literary merit on my D*wn part, I was fully j ¿»ttisfi«l'to' wiilfdraw ifonn those; ,>se}ee£| circles" where litera y talent is wont- ta h u&j itself, and to wnp myseif in proTou d silence. Enjoying thereby far more the originality and' wit of otners, timi seeing ra; own-thuughla on \ 1* passing events," and ?'current topics,";: j>iibri^bed and criticised by your readers, who -the inajority of them, I am afraid-are more ready to judge severely ¡my shortcomings and defect^ th ut to give the writdr credit t tal what he sends in for publication is intended to raise, not to lower tho moral tone of society, aol to lui thor the local interests as fara« lay« in his powter, in the capacity ola humble scribe. However, tn co.ne back to your laity correspondent, J. A. S., [ fear she must have c...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Arrivai pï^Uver Craft at i ffî^$ffît£ïïkâd alarte, 4c <W'all} -í : Aliga, «eamor. froiii M, Albani.'iMatrc/'pOuUry, y^^\Ui^Wl iÍ^^'"iíi6x<f and sundfic-s. Emil» Éaifi, íroW'lUC Ííaii, Maiie.-cpi?*, jioultr»-, «¿ «ut>drief,, ( OonirbyO j ,, w , / i ' r »'i/iiuia fl»<£ fftß&rf> > Lower Hawkes rv. Waite. |«ul»ry.and suu'dric». (Woodbury). Kmprnf, ,(rofö'' "Oolo;;¡ iíáiie', 'poultry, ic. bury tim], (Sand vs.) w-,7. -A

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

tl _ SPAEKS. Tile Bulletin in winding u¡> some verses on tlic '. Yellow Agony" concludes thusly :- * " From hatn-d and malice'' deliver us please, "From battle and murder," Irom death and disease ; "From pei ils hy land, and from perils hy seas, " From heresy schism," and heathen CWncsc !" " livery man was his own policeman"' the «di« ot Sackville) the T&nMf$w¿3Á& required en Account ai no típpíe atropher tl»«|i Asiatic mixture^, or fe ta» it Hawfcislunfr How'ytl^yio^WÍ~^^S \ %?< V ; ?: ' \\. uiv^^WEá^'^^nP'ó^ñions cltatagl ^WÓPt^fiwi^^Mii,^ ^;sonib|),eiipleJ' W^milj^-i^'tt^^Po *ll ^irec'toiisi *asj^^í4|¡'^ «re written m a tar different strain. ¡. ' " Dmmmcd »ut i i» n «itírgcsiion i'v' Is the title of* tmrt'ioii io thc Jialletm. That and the article " Milburn Creek." in tho same issue should secure for that paper thousands ol new friends.* And yet there are newspapers-semi religious one too, that will defend the swindle. . Ves, and constituents, «ho wi...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Agencies. 4 The undermentioned oro our aojioinicd Agents' for i\ft: uerural localities iiameil : ? ItlOHMO.VDr-Mr. D. lVdierofVi'liemist. ... Kr^»\*(jyi,^JWi.¡,li4tuiiUi,Stoiekui!i«r. WHiBUBIfoBCi:. W UHvMAN'« i'KRIW.<-Mrf. Man, CliíiTBja MACDONALD-Mt. J. Walker. -._. . . i- . ? ' .

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FARM AND GARDEN. RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

JFAEM AND G AEDEN.. RUST. ' ... J» various parta^f New South -Wftjn, of late years, wheat has suffered niosiHSias trously. from rust. The old colrtni*s£i« the earlier history of our colony, enjoyed immu nity from rust, und it is only during tti^last few years that tlie " diseuse"-if it niay lie so called-has made Us appearance,-ciirrç'iùg un its work of destruction, jin the Canid«ii,aud other districts wheat hus been grow- vear alter year with non-success." .Scientist (jive been, and arc still, trying to find oujjwhat rust is, und to name ' a remedy. Various explanations have been made as to irli^t rust is, but the most satisfactory to us is_Ü>'5*,4£4s an innumerable hosts ol'insects «'híéhfj so s(iiáll that they cnn only .he clearly discernible by t'ie aià of a microscope.. Thcsejkittle insects cat tip the sap in the stalk iff the «lieut, thus depriving the head of nourish ment, it isusscrtcd that t c rust in liijglalid docs not afflict the grain, therefore it mist be different ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor,-Nov. -.Min. U a.m., Ucv. V. Fitujera'.d Ebenerer, ,, ¡tp.in., ,, l"iu Town, " 3 p.m., ,, Un mat". . ! HEY. 1'ATIUCK. TITO i-KALI>, Minister.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

CONGREGATIONAL ClIUttCH. Pnbliatb Service« : ll a.m, Î |».m. \V«eW Evening Serviré. Tlmralay, S |i.m. KEV. Fro!. C. B. K.UHEV.

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Puller & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Puller »Ss Co. t - -? -s» ? HAWKKh'HURV CHROXiCLK ANT) FABHftRS ADVDCATK ÖFF1CK, .!KttRGK-SÏBKKT. WIND SUM, wv Agent» for tlio Cumberland Mercury mid Protestant Standard,

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Calendar.—November [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

? Sun M »Tu IW li ¡¡Fri iiSat |TosroW)ia diicoy'rd. lGiS Mitcbclltt. lstexj.iiiä.^1 N. Z'landcrs vd, Syd. '05, näß If! i* *g« ml

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MONOTONOUS BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

MONOTONOUS BREAD. Tur. average N. S. Wales biker, like his stoiiii British prototype is famous for the dreary uniformity o[ his wares. The sol" choice he offers his customers is on«* between, two or three vaiietiesof shape, the main con- stituents of each variety being the same oil .* sponge." Why cannot the Australian baker take a wrinkle from his French and Yankee brethren, and "go in" for real bona fide varieties of breid-for rye bread, maize-flour br«aad, potato bread, rice hread, apple pulp and flour bread, and so on, in addition to that which is now his fashion to purvey ? A very j large proport:on of the baker's bread sold during the hot months is almost tasteless, and often nearly, if not quite, iuiutritious. Baked in batches it ii not properly cooke! ; since by that method the insoluble starch does not get converted into dextrine, as it would »were the oven's heat more equally dis- tributed over the wk »le surface of ea^h indi- ' : viduáfí'Íoaf.! Even when tlie insufficient...

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Kurrajong. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Kurrajong. I Tv this ijU'et sp »t a tnfle causes a stir. We j have a in r n igt. and it i, a time day's wonder ; ' .1 elms en ug is prt-tti neal ii as exciting; m I ti^i, we aie so quiet, that it v\ere hitter that these soit nt tilings took place m »re tre qnentlv th in thev do. Sometimes, unfortti uattlv, a little nf the spirit of "oid times" rev m s itseif, ^ d 1 mlesstiess takes posses si ni ot some of our pe.iple, t> the iiijmi of others. It w is o di t io o'lvr ciav a geni leinan residing ni oin midst lost a tine cow-shut by s une scoundrels. Notm.lv was it shot, imt it was n irtly skinned, and a portion ot it carried off, leaving the ieiu m<ler to waste. It is hoped the depredators will soon be brought to jus ice, ind receive such punishment as their tul deeds deserve. ( Heuen MATTERS.-In reference to thrse, it is phasing t» know that things are looking up. The B iz iar preparations are no« in full swini, ind it is hoped the small army of ladies who are energetic...

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

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arme from P\ due\ Mondav , Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs 1 u , Fndaí , Saturday, it 11 JO a in and 7 JO p ni Pan imatta M outlay lucsdav, \\edne»d ty, Ihm» day, Fuday, Saturday, at li «10 ara aud 7 30 p m Richmhnd Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thuí« di\, linday, Saturday atb ira and 4 p in Pitt Town Monday, S p m , Tuesdav, Wednesda\ , < lo pm , thursday, 8pm, ¿riday, Satur tia) ,315pm Wilbei force Monday, 3 15 pm , TitesJaj, 7 pm Wednesday, 3 L5 p m Thursdaj, 7 pm Fnd n, 3 15 p m Saturday , 7 p ni. Blacktown Monda\ , Tuebday, VVcdueaday, Thure dav, Fi ida\, S iturd \j , at 11 30 a m Biverstoue Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thnrs dav, Fnda\, Saturday, at 11 30 a m Mulgi i\ c Monda}, Tut?sdaj , Wednesday, Thurs iLi'v Fnda\, baturday, at 7 30 p m Depart foi - S\ dne\ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesda\ , Thursday luday, Satuulay, at 6 30 am an 1 J 30 p m Pairan atta Monday, lue«»da\, Uednesd i\ Ihuis iUy, Friday, Saturday, at G jil a m ind 3 30 p ni Richmond Monda...

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

^Railway Time-table. Leave S\D\EY for Riveistoue ~] Mulgra\ o 90 v» ,5211PM Saturday add , Windsor 1 4o P M bunday, 12 15 A M (All Clarendon bet do« u at CUieildon ) Richmond Leave for S\DNE\ fiom - Richmond 7 15AM, ¿54 l' 51 Saturda » «Id , b 40 p \t (SILS down oi picks up at Claren don ) Windsor 7 27 AM, 4 G P M Saturday add , ti D2 P M Mulara*e 7 37 A M , 4 Id p w. Saturday add , 7 4 i M Riverstone 7.52 *. M , 4 31 P ii. Saturday add., 7 20 P si Blacktop n s 20 i li , 1 J9 P M. Saturday add , 7 J8 P M

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Religious Notices. ST» MATTHEWS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) } IRbf b UN DAY IS AD\EXT. WINDSOR. Morning ber\i< e, li a.m.. Rev. W Woolls. Evening Su vice, 7 .HO p.m., Rev. VV. F B. C/zc-ll. Collections for Church Society. CLYDESDALE, 3. p.m., Re\. W. F. B. Czzell. Middle Colo II a m. ) ., . ,,,"," .. ,, , .,..,. {? Mr. A. Martin. Upper V olo, 2 .i<» p.m. )

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

ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FIRST SUNDAY IN ADVENT. WIXDSOE-Nov. :!7, 7.30 a.m., Rev. S. J. A. Sheehy 11 a.m. " 7 p.m. lievotions for Jubilee begin ou Tuesday and cloee on Friday. REV. S. J. A. SIIKKHV.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

WESLEYAN METHODIST. WlNDsoa.-Nov. _>7t)i. Ua,m., Rev. H. M.u.k. 7 j .m.. Rev. H. Mack. RICUMOKD.-3 p.m.. Rev. ii. Mack. 7 p.m.. Student. EXFTEI.D - 11 a,m., Student. KURRAJONG. 2.30 p.m., Studctt. WILBERFORCE, li a.m.. Mr. A. Simpson. 7 p.m. Mr. U Gambrill. BUTTSWORTH SWAMP, ¡J p.m., Mr. R Gambrill. REV. U. MACK, j Chairman of Cneui-.. j

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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

SPARES. WHATEVER the intention may be with regard to certain patchings up of our nondescript style of Post Office, I know not. But I du know that nothing that has been done lately has improved its appearance-not even the big b.ock letters that were cut the other day. Had an ornamental style of letter been supplied as a pattern, Bro. Robertson would undoubt- edly haré cut it equally as well. Darle}'and Brown should be good props to a falling Miuistry. The retired veteran operated upon the masses by a speed- s of i glamour more than by any great intellectual ability ; and 1 for one, though perhaps in the minority, think that as he preferred his friends to his colleagues, the la ter are better without him. Died drunk 1 This is a sad verdict-which in fact, is the true one-to have to find upon a human brother who was found dead ia »is bed the other day. His years were many ; and who can tell what happy or n dde aspirations I he may once have had ? Found dead, and no one to come forward a...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. Ah'ia, steamer, from St. Albans. Mair.e and ->i:n dr:c<. (Jurd.) VwfY«. from Partiautl Head. Ma>ze, {.oulir.. cgi;-;. butler, and oraiiL,re^. (Everingham.j Victoria, from Colo. Maize, <fce. (Wall.) »V..?. Lva. from the Macdonald. Poultiy and etrtrs. (J. fcuüer.) - - ¿trixie ÍJee, from Colo.. Maize, ifcc (BlundelL) .Jpim and Herbert, from Lower Hawkesbury. I'ottjrry, eggs, poiatoe«. and palings. Emily Edith, front the Colo, Maize, ami sun- dries. (C. lilimdoll.) Emma Matilda, from St. Albans. Maize, &£. (Burnsdorff.j Sarah Jant, from Colo. Maize and sundries. (Kales.) Finpiv.ii>: from Colo-. Maize, &c. (Sandys.) .S\<S'. Hit-graph, 4n>m the Macdonald* M.iise and sundrii'». ( I >:ini«,-l*> and Walker.) Wera, from tl.o Culo. Sundries. (Meiherell.)

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Windsor Markets. Maize, from ... ... ... -Is. 3d. to 4s. 4d. Oranges ... ... ... 2>. (jd. to <'s. Od. Lemons ... ... ... Os. Od. to Us. UcL Butter .Us. 7d. to Is. Od. Eggs ... ... ... Os. 7d. to Os. l*d. Fowls .3s. Od. to 3s. Dd. Geese ... -. ... <->s. Od. to Os. Od, Ducks.Os. Od. to Os. Od. Sin-king pigs.Ov tkl. to Us. Od. New potatoes .4s. Od. to Os. Od. Windsor, No\ ember 25.

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