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HOW TO CATCH A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

HOW TO CATCH A HORSE. y IF the horse is shy and hard to ci.« **iä.e finely-grated castor, oils of rhodium and euli- mbi. Keep them in separate bottles, w<l coiked. Put some of the oil of cummin m your hand and approach the horse on tie windy sid..-. He will then move towards yoi. As soon as y>.u can reach him, rub somèif the castor on invthing he likes, and get a ftv | drops of the oil of* rhodium on his tongie* Alter »his you can make him do nearly evey j til i mr yon want. Treat him kindly, feed w41, I handle gently, and your victory is certain Turf, Field, and Farm. MAIZE in Melbourne just now is the saie price per bushel as.wheat, and the averge yield is double that of wheat. A note or farmers. . .. .» VARIEGATED MAPLES- HI. POT«.--Thse beautiful fine-foliaged trees make very efjc tive objects in pots or tubs for furnishig 1 irge conservatories in summer. We hire some of the well-known Acer Negundo vae gatum about I2ft. high, and at this tinnof vcar their beautiful...

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

PET ROL FA" M FOR MANGE. THE following is a good receipt for mange from a good authority : -Common petroleum, three parts, ar.d*beiizoline, two parts, well shaken tog.-ther. L *iave found it difficult to get some of the remedies to the skin of a rough colly; Out the above L easily apply in the following manner:-1 use a small oil can, divide the coat at intervals, place the spout of rhe can against the skin and force out a little of the contents, which flows freely over the skin. By this means the skin of the dog is quickly and thoroughly covered with lhe mixture, without the coat getting soaked with it. I feel convinced that this not only quickly checks the disease, but prevents the coat from fal'ingoff, as it otherwise would, which isa vast importalice to dogs such as the collr. Your instruction to dress with it three times a week is good. Should any of your readers oe inductd to try the above, I hope they will ict you know the result. Your correspondent who complains of his dog sm...

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

PRESBYTERIAN. "Windsor.-Nov. 27th, 11 a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald Ebenezer, " 3 p m., ,, Pitt Town, ,, 3 p.m., ,, Alternate. REV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, M initier.

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

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Senteos : 11 a.m.. 7 p.m. Week E\ eiimg ber\ice. Thur» la\ , 8 p.m. REV. Fred. C. B. FAIREY.

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

Agencies. The undermentioned arc our appointed Agents for the several localities natiK-d : RICHMOND-Mr. 1'. Cobcroft, Chemist. Kx'KRAJOMi.-Joseph Smith, Storok'-eper. NORTH RICHMOND Wl LBERFORCE. WISEMAN'S FERRY.-Mrs. Marx. CENTRAL MACDONALD-Mr. J. Walker.

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

Municipal Hates. NO1 1CI-. A LL lVi-sous v. ho ha Vi» ii.r; paid up -^- their Kal. s IU'IS dis,, t\ one", to Pie t'.,uu. eil Clerk, at tus oíiiec, C .thai nie-Mu -., : jnevjiit procetduijs in court foi ie o.^r\ oí S.IL. J3\ oi-ili r, " li. TLHVEU, Couucii Clerk. WiijjIs^j^N.n coiVr 17th. l"'t>l To Builders. TENDERS A Hi: INil'lKL» Hi' i'liK C< "' Mlt'lIZ oi u- li VWKKSIiüilV KitE CLUB Jor the LRU«, 1'iOX ot ¡ia OL'TCR OK DERBY STiM), On thi-Uiwke^bary It.-, -'-coarse. Plans aud ^pesifi anuna, aU'i otb T pir billar«, eau bo olnaiuet fr«-ai me umier-i "iie.l, an<l tu H Hum all töuii-jri ma*i be delivceil '»y the evening oi 1'uesiXay, LUe 1'Jih November, ISsl. C. S. CLEM', Sec. ti. R. Club. R chtmu I, 2o'h, October, ISSL . " Education. MRS. NE vLDS, For m. my years resident in Windsor, PURPOSES returning to re-opun her School. She trusts to roenive from her triends the same kiud suppjrt aecordeJ to her m former years. Studies will begin at the Half Quarter, Nov...

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

Calendar.-Ko ve raber. REMARK.«'« EVENTS. 2 7 ¡Sun 'Ant Sunday In Ad cent. 28, M 20¡Tu oO,W IjTIi 2 Fri { 3JSat ¡Leichhardt, last exp 1840 *>7. andrew's Dey. Gov. Bourke arrived 1831.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

Birth. COLEMAN. — On Thursday, the 24th inst. the wife of E. H. J. Coleman, Public School, Colo, of a son.

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THE Hawkesburg Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 188[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

THE Äuiktsuttxtj Cijrnnirle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. j AM TURD A Y, NO VEMBER 2G, 1SS1. " WITH one miserable exception, the entire Press i if the colony-nay, of the colonies has endorsed emphatically the conclusions arrived at by Mr. Salomons." Such is the expression of - a metropolitan contemporary, and. we, as emphatically, add our mito thereto. The numerable exception-if it be the same we think is meant-is not e intent ?with defending Mr. (jarrott in a fiery article in its last issue, but in the same breath stig- matizes Sir Henry Parkes as being a " shady knight," a '. hypocrite," a-id a .. leader who has led a life of vi lainy and dishonesty.*' The same journal ^the " one miserable exception)" is ready enough to believe all else that the Commissioner reported, in so far as it affects persons odn-r than Mr. Thomas Garrett, for it cv restes itself in a px-evious issue in this wise. .* The righteous indignation and unequivocal language that should be the marks of a defence against ...

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

C. k*^^ «actione! . ' BÜTEDEBfc, FLAlWERBBS, WHEEL vaje are, piiUMBfifiB, ^ i^J fte GS3f®AÎ( ' » -io hi» Urta ¡áoOkof iemf p$Uút» for tbs¡ : .v$s*4Wí;.r 'Hanwood Yard $' Bnqr «ire required in ImiMIng trout lin. i linv ; *yto lîiu, tliin., «ad «ll j, ÍT0BT1IERN HARDWOOD. %le»3id « K ' ÎT ana 0 Flooring, end Dressoj), ;: TaBotr-m'fltCiMâckbutt, «ad Blue Gum. ? u SojEWi^ tard . - ? 't ''< ?{: ? - ? ' ' , . Marlboro sad^ColtmUl XHqe. * ' .'. 'Ne* Zadend lti|'ûdv, ->lf, BÍ»SS.Í* HaryVoro HenjuPine. Tana < flitting. , ... - .;;,-i*:r- . 'i iyadïtit-claw i WEATHB^ABDS- '?. Gptnce, Saltic OeaU, Aie ritan Pi;", Oregon. Joinery Stores EedwooJ. Cedar, Sugar Pine, and * ' 1 Ka-H DOORS. . , i &U skat. ( . Glaced Cedar SASHES, *" V'- ' "' ' ? .'' * a .Vais» Splendid ^ ! ¡-i ¿ ;Í >'?? jUNT-ijBiiiisei* "'; cheapest and host in the market. SHUT^EBS, CASEMENTS. SlÖtfiiige, Mouldings. Architraves in Ttodar, Pjno,,Jiedtröod and Kauri. i . rr ? Pinetattica and Lourra ...

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

^pal Boiouo-h of Windsor. NiRATION Ol'' STREET LEVEL. OTICE is herd.y given that the Conn cil 1.1* deemed it accessary to nit ur the level bf a port <iu ol' Nc'V.streel. ami that pinn of «aid alteration may be seen willi Aldermen Limdcy, the Cliainiciu of Uoiiiiu.ttcc for Works, for 11 ibiys from tile iln.e hereof. KRAXCIK SIMON', Mayor. Hated this ITthday o£ November, NW I. Municipal Kates. ff 2" NOTICE. A/LL Persons who hove not pu id up their Hates must do so at once, to me Coun cil Clerk, at his olliee, Ca haiiic-wrcct, to prevent proceed,ti¿« iii eoui i ft»' recovery of same. liv oilier. ' R. TURNER. Council Clerk. Windsor, November I7lh, li«l. AV Wanted. /AN'ljED, a Carpenter, to erect i Weatherboard Collage. Applv lo L O. A. «'I.I4KVK, North Richmond. VI NOTICE. If~\S mid after the llt'i instant, no Lonni, P-' C.ravcl, or tfrowiun Tree shall be removed rroiu " Ham Common" under jieualty of thc Hy ll.uws. Bv order of the Trustees, I». Cüllt'JlüFT. Hou. Sec. To Báild...

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

Conducted aa Uty*»! J"Hiie5ples. . 4 ram* «wy SATOBDAT «OBNWP^'J .-? w&C- , .. :...-(^gl. Circuited freely tkrptenpttt tho Saw***?*? - ,"»Jüb5ot, ? ? 'JM8&./-- : r .W»ÍD80& (Litte JK jt&ûp)' AursaTtawresw wsoeived ' op <3»fjj «>*<äook pin. OK Fridays. '.» . . ¡ ;3|t ' '.'*, TKUÍS of SP»^^PM ' Single Copy-fWOPENOE. ftoftiaiter. Booted.;,>ffW> tn advanoe... 2s. , TerSalf-year " ..; » - Per Annnm " «». .M Bnbsoribere nome« can be enrolled at any time. Ti»*« Of AnTEETIttNO ; ' Five linos or auder ... ls. . Ten Hoes or oTer 6 ... Ss. Insertion». r Kfteenliuos " 10 ... 8B. { Twopence per Une for every additional. AsrMniKireNTS VA.Y BB IHSEBTE» WBEKK AÏ THE roLWWiNa JUTES rea QUART«. {One inch apace ... £0 M O Two " " ... 1 fl O Bach additional inch 0 5 0 ¿.drertiiewenfcs ordered for twelve months carry 16 per cent, ttieoouot off above rateé. N.B.-¿drerttssments under 5a in Talne/jrill only . be " booked" to regular customers. ...

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State of Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, Nov, 16th, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

State >»r Sydney Mnrkct* . A H. PBINCE & CO., Hacket Wharf'Suire*, Sydney. WoJnesiliij, Nov. ltyli, 18«!^ j llfc-f-p-lfosioatetii 1x11 v nml J russes Ss. liiLWfc.Öd » U-.»**/« h,i H ...! ? 1' ? ... nn.iill.il> ix M. JLslium liest oaten, iiulrfl . ... ilcdium, tin...; Outoiiniidwlieajleii.do. ¡NtVwtKiritr-ti.-liíiles .. os. od. wos.od. (is. Hil. tn (is, 10(1. .. On. Oil. too«. Oil. ¡is. lld. lot«. Tis. I'S. Ifkl.ln0s.lkl. ,Ni;«ou(ütii. tvlicalrnslireives in.od. (»<ts.(td. Mcdliún nod ni lier «nu titXíKRVB.J-Tni»!»^ Medium tUAVi«,^-Sui«r«>r »Indium. , j Inferior .. ... Kl raw chaff ,. Victorian (.l>ajp> in)... KTUXW.-Hales . jiuiidics OATS.-Ho«t feed . ? Seed ... . WHEAT. -HCSI sorts Medium . HlíA'X ANO l'dl.1.Mill. -Until < ? - l'ollurd WAIZI: . POTATOES.-At till' rail ... - Middling sanifilos ... ? . Kulali »nd inferior ... ti: . ¡Warninnilinnls ... ' Circular Heads Nctv Kculaiid* Puiii'kis», aocoiilin^ to si/.c Ttmsirs ... . Us. (kl. tii...

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

^^'.«^tódior Markets. '. . . *~* Thom ¡(na consMcmtiit- rise In t lie price of maize - «MR w-*H*^lirirt.-WiinjK-iitiiiii. presumably ; ami, us luKVt Hie'fcXpeMeiV' 'th'! -ext m distance of tartufe inii«t rieiess:(ril\-ntlil a little io thc priée of this us «.oil as ot ber products. Tho niling prices are : .. :»s. Iud. tu 4s. (lil. .. uti consigned, ... (ls. titi, ui og. Dd. ' "*la.o'd. to ls. Od. .. Us. iU. io Us. (ld. . 3s. lid. io 3s. iud. . SR. (id. io <îs. Od... . 4B. ltd. to j». Oil. . .">s. Od. to IK. od. .. ila. per bushel í'lndsorVXoírmhrr Itt;

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

LOCAL AIT!) GENERAL. j . -TjiK.WfjULD, according to Clónese roekon ¡ lng, is Hl,(H2 years old., I Tau Muui.'.ipul property of Xew Smith Wales is probably worth ¿50,OU(.i,OUU ster ling i» fee simple.-Echo. l u t Right Honourable .lohn Height is 70 years ol' age. O' -eat rejoicings at Kodidalc I on his birthday. THE English Cricketers arrived by the Australia yesterday afternoon, and landed at the A.S.N. Company's Wharf ut li o'clock. Shrewsbury, who caine out by the Cuzco, ai rived ut Melbourne yesterday, and will pro bably arrive in Sydney by the end ol' thc week. CAUTION TO KATHI: ns.-Those youngsters who ure fond ol' paddling about in tile, .«hul lo \vs at the junction of Rickaby Creek should be careful of their footing. Oof Monday night last u lad named George Davits bud his foot badly cut with a piece of jjiass whilst bathing in that locality, and has, $11 conse quence, bad to lay up tor a «eek. f* Norien.-Those of our Wilberforce sub scribers win» were formerly Mipjftied by* Mr...

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THE [?]bury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

. THE liiuikeáttrij CJiranide. ÄND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. . nAWitiur, sovMBkit ts, mi. : -V;:. ' Tl TUB «Injection lodged at thc Police Court the other «UjfyyrMM, Cobcroft getting an oxteii sion ot ptibUcan's liceiiBc iii Sackville Keach oh tim Util inst., Wa» rather unique in .its way-and wc may also add, unusual. Generally, such objections come from Jie police, or. if from, other persons the police back it up-for' good and tangible reasons, n-» doubt. lu tin's instance, however, the officer in charge of thu district police ottered no objection in the first instance, -neither did he endorse the opinions ol' tlio.se who did. The reason as set forth hythe Kev. Mr. Somerville was given, wo are ready to believe, from honest convictions', though in our opinion-mistaken ones. As it tea*meeting in cotim-uioii with this gentleman's -church, was lo he held the same day, he was of opinion that a licensed booth in such close proximity would be fraught with .danger-ih«t is, hJ seemed to prejudge m...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

? v gare. \ J Cum grano salis. v I . "Christian Bunjil" is »hat we often hear quoted. There «re many sorts oi Christians,, it,.is tr,ue,.-aud some o/" ihiiiii in their burial notions /are, I think, rather «it Christian-they are, ut «ny rate, the reverse of being civilized. It is only lately I read in a contemporary, of a minister-a gentle* man named Lloyd, thc Kev. A. Lloyd, 1 be lieve-«pressing himself us being pleased at certain kinds of Christian Unity, that were shewing up very brightly through the dark 'leaden clouds of dogmutisin ; and he in stanced the fact ol' his hill ing been permitted to officiate in the premier Anglican cemetery of the colony, and in the presence ot an Aiigljcnu 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 libcrul-r and more's the' pity-down Tumut way, for instance. They buried a Chinaman in that otit-o...

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

tîOERESPONDENCE. i r- -] - rTp the. Editor of the Haiekeifniry Chronicle. SIE-Io your issue of the 12th instant, you gio aáj account of ray applying and being remsedjan extension of licence for Sackville Usfattii; but as that does not contain the full particulars f should be glad if you would aliow lire space to state all theciicumstances. Befope application was made to the magis- trales 1 had obtained a written permission from A. Tuckerman, Esq., himself a magis- trate an9 couimirteeman of the regatta, to pu up a booth on his ground, which permission was handed in to the B«'nch. I cannot tell you how surprised I was to find that Mr. Davies objected, in his capí» ¡tv as Secretary to the Regatta Committee, to my being allowed a booth, and stating tb «t he was authorised by them to do so. {SNïPrto those who know Mr. Davies %ell, it wj'4s*ijH; a matter of surprise when thev know that}j&m informed by m.iny of those gentle- men d|at they were never consulted in die matter, and in...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 26 November 1881

WISEMAN'S FERRY. FROM O Ja CORRESPONDENT. ECCLESIASTICAL. - Tua Bishop of New-, castles cpnfi nation tour to the McDinald River and M ingrove Crjek, has to D3 chronicled among " past «events." The minis- ter! ii visit of a " chief pastor*' ""to country places and remote-lying churches once every few years, generally has the effoct to fill the sacred edifices to overflowing; and on these occasions there is noticeable a very fair sprinkl- ing of ** non-conformists" with church people; thus it was at St. Alban's in this instance. Many seemed anxious to see, and hear, the new Bishop, those who were present seemed highly pleased and much edified. Confirmad ni, 'tho viewed with unpardonable indifference by some, as totally unnecessary by others, as a mere '* religious ceremony or r te" bv a third party, is» nevertheless, if duly considered, an act of great solemnity, and grave íesponsibility on the part of those who are brought forward to renew the never-to-be forgotten vow made on their ...

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

Sackville Reach. - I j blORM OV ricN.J\Y. -\ i r\ .1 \ e-et'i'll j der^ti» ai, ace ena.nie i lu a hetvv fall of hld. ! . passed mer tins part ol tlie d.s-net on 1 «st j Numbly afternoon. Pie stones w .'V n> t lili- i I vvh.it usual v fill d.iniig ti,e-e s um-, but | I more rtsimn ed broken rfiid j «'jg.-d t'agment.s ! ol i< e, the l.i g r o .es cíe ir a 1 .\ a i \ traiia pa-ent, oí iicaili so Soeie of them wiiej s pi ire, some tri tu gip ir, .m 1 others of vario i 1 stapes. 1 he storm did g'-e i' (Linage to tiie j cr<ip> The i.i.n/e w is t'i..i u.Lo libbon-i- I V jeta iles ot -til klnls J.itteie' and broken, ¡ .mu tie I'-.ut tues Î i n > -1 stripped of ii« j von ig r ip. iivüie »ciiiuj if th . iali til ¡JJ I The I «ruis, hoa^'-, an I Li isnle^ o »-er winch I the heaviest ol the storm passed, appear-d t a distance w it-u the Weather cleared, as though there hadbeen a lal! ot snow-for all tl.t gio'ind was coverid. anti in s »me plates lo over a loot tuic...

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