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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

A BULL IN A CHINA SHOP Would not create half so much HAYOC amongst the Stock as PETER O'HARA Is just now doing at CHEAPSIDE. 1EEOTTSE. Every article in the Establishment REDUCED to such a Low Figure, FOR CASH, that they are simply being GIVEN AWAY. The list of prices will convince anyone, from the old couple who have celebrated their silver wedding, to the youthful pair, just harnessed to gether in Matrimony, that PETEH O'TT AHA can outdo even the Metropoli tan Warehouses in the Cheapness and Quality of his Wares. Read this List: Common cups and saucers 3/- doz, China cups and saucers 6/-doz., Plates 2/ doz, Pie dishes 6d each, Glass sugars and butters 1/ each, good cut Tumblers 4/ doz, kerosene Lamps 1/6 to 2/6, Vases 1/- pair, Jugs 2/- set. Other articles in Crockery and Glassware at equally low prices. FURNITURE: Single bedsteads from 13/6, double bedsteads from 37/6, children's cots from 13/6, chests drawers from 35/, cedar bookcases £$, wardrobes £\. Chairs tables and all other...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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FRIDAY, [?] 30th. (Before the P. M.) [?] Holland and [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

FRIDAY, 1 (Before the P. M.j Lunacy.-Henry J brought up on suspifci Dr. Hoziersaid'that? but he thought it woi large. Fleming was 1 Reuben Drc'd was being of unsound m] gave evidence, and s&j made by people living] his knowledge of defei Dreds' conduct was Hozicr considered c| intellect, but to a grej for his actions; he tl playing the fool. D evidence. Defendant Vagrancy.-The sa with vagrancy. Consts to the arrest. Lildv Hawkesbury Benevol prisoner had been in weeks. He was laz nothing with him. Si .hard labour, in Parrai Kijoth. Holland and Ion remand, was iof unsound mind. Igreatly improved, Iffise to set him at |for a week. ? on suspicion of Instable M'Mahon jiplaints had been alh'sHiii, and from lwas>of opinion that Va sane man. Dr. to be of weak lie was responsible efendant had been gave similiar oner was charged lab on gave evidence er. Superintendent ?lam, stated that istitution for some witness could do I to i month, with ol.

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BLACKTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

BLACKTOWN RACES. The annual race meeting of this Club took place on the Blacktown Course on Saturday last. Considering the weather and the counter attrac tion of Canterbury Park, the attendance was good, over four hundred people putting in an appear ance. Owing to the dry weather the course was exceedingly hard and rough, and the authorities maybe congratulated that no accident occured. The committee-Messrs Wilkins, Watts, A. Fitz simmons, Douglass, Scbofield and Reddan, worked hard to make the day's amusement successful, whilst Mr J. Fitzsimmons, as secretary, had every thing arranged to make it all that could be desired. Mr. J. Watts performed the duties of judge, whilst Mr. W. Smith undertook those of starter, both gentlemen giving every satisfaction. Some comment is also necessary with regard to the convenience for supplying the wants of the inner man. Mr. George Ireland of the Riverstone Hotel, had the booth and catered in firit class style. On the whole the meeting was most su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Dental Notice. Mr. Willoughby, SURGEON DENTIST, VISITS Windsor on the LAST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, and remains for ONE WEEK. 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. MTHelsham 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 dail} at Mrs JOCKEL-S, Windsor-street. MEDICAL. DR. GUYENOT HAS resumed PRACTICE in RICHMOND, and may be consulted daily at jthe BLACK HORSE HOTEL, Bosworth-street entrance. Boochong Store, WINDSOR STREET, RICHMOND. GROCERIES of every description. Fancy Goods, Stationery, and Green-Groceries kept on hand, and at lowest prices. AH HUN, Boochong Storg, Nearly opposite Commercial Bank, Richmond. The Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. Paid up Capital With power to increase to Re...

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A Weir Across The Nepean [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

A Weir Across The Nepean For some considerable time past, says the Nepean Times, we have agitated for the construction of a weir across the Nepean, and although we have never ceased agitating, and we have been ably backed up py the Penrith Municipal Council, little notice has been taken of our constant demends, until Wednesday, when an officer of the Works Dapart ment visited Penrith for the purpose of inspectiug the river. To say that our river is low would be but to speak in a very mild form indeed for it is fully three sand beds can be seen everywhere from Victoria Bridge to the Gorge. The lowering of our steam has been brought about by the removal of a large quantity of boulders from a natural dam just be low Victoria Bridge, and the parties who removed this dam should certainly have been prosecuted. The officer alluded to carefully inspected the locality pointed out and he was favorably impressed with the necessity that existed for the . con struction of a weir across the river...

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. (Before Mr. F. J. Gow.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. (Before Mr. F. J. Gow.) Absconding.- Frederick A. Graham, for ab sconding from the service of William Mitchell in May, 18S7, arrested oft warrant, was remanded till Thursday, 2gthj under bail.

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Richmond Police Court. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1888. (Before Mr. Guest, J.P.) A STRING OF CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Richmond Police Court. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1888. (Before Mr. Guest,J.P A STRING OF CHARGES. ROBERT Campbell, who behaves in a most unseemly manner whilst being tried, was charged with behaving in an indecent manner in Windsor-street Richmond, on the preceding day, with resisting the police in the execution of their duty, wilfully destroying a night tub the property of the New South Wales Government, and with behaving in a violent manner in the police cells, was for the first offence fined ^5 or alternative of two months in gaol, for the sccond, fined £5 or one month in gaol, for the third he was ordered to pay the amount of damage, 4s, with a fine of £5 or two months in gaol, and on the fourth charge was fined £1 or seven days, sen tences to be accumulative, and with hard labour. MALICIOUSLY INJURING A SUN BLIND. On a charge for the above, the same defendant was remanded till Thursday 29th inst. During thehearing, and whilst Senior constable Mc Neely was giving evidence, prison...

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Windsor Police' Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1883. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Johnston Senr, and Dunstan [?].) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Windsor Police' Court. TUESDAY, NUVEMHEK 27, iS83. (Pit: Cure ihc Police M.'i^istr.itc and Messrs John ston Si-nr, in<] LMinst.in J'sl .) i The 1 'istrict Inspector v Angela ] Yiney. Infraction of tli^ publicans net, by selling one pint i f Cdli mal .'ilo on Sii'^bv tie :Sth iiv.tani 1 atuc): O'DiTohup proved the s.ilc-Mr and Mrs Vu:ey a.hogave evidence. Ordered to pay'a 1 .fine of £3 and 5sGd$ Solicitor, of Sydney! Police V. Patrit Constable Pilsbury jj that defendant waS fendant stated if he $ town at once. Cairti aid. Mr. Oliiver, for Mr. Viney. .nohoe, Vagrancy, ienceof arrest, and about town. Do e would leave the discharged.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. (Before Messrs Guest, Lamrock, and Onus) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. (Befote Messrs Guest, Liamrock, arid OftUs ) Malicious Injury to Property-Robert Camp' bell, em remand, was charged with wilfully destroying a suti blind, Mr. H. Turner's property. The evidence of Ernest Turner was taken, and tne prisoner was fined 7S 6d, or seven days iti gaol at Windsor, Violent Behaviour in Cotift.-The Same prisoner was Ghargsd with this offence, committed whilst he was being tried on other charges on the 44th instant. He pleaded guilty. Fitted 20s, or sevfcn days in Windsor Gaol. Assault.-The Same, Charged with as$au\tittg Senior-Constable M'Neely by throwing water on him in the Court House on the 24th iftstant, whilst being tried on other charges, pleaded guilty, and expressed sorrow for his conduct. The Bench filled him 20s, or seven days Windsor Gaol* Breach Ihdeiitures%-Frederick A. Graham, ttrt remand, pleaded guilty to absconding from the service of William Mitchell. Ill this case A. Settle* ment between the parties was arrived at. O...

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Our Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Our Water Supply. We are confident that the public of Windsor will receive with many manifesta fcioua of pleasure the news that the Execu tive has seen lit to adopt the plans submitted far its approval in connection with the proposed water supply for this town. At ;he regular meeting on Tuesday, this lugust body duly considered the matter, and lecided that our town should provide for the leccssities of the inhabitants in this lirection, and only the mere details in iounection with the scheme, therefore, require to be attended to. At such a time is this, wlu 11 a .veveiv drought, is bein^ keenly felt ilmm^lioui. the land anu many 3l' our country towns aiv suifv-n11.^ lV"in a j ivater famine, tin- uecessny t'i-r conserving )ur own supply and oiiVntu; every facility to ilie inhabitants lor svcunii:' it. becomis ippareut. '1 l.o eo"ucil will :io doubt iroceed with tin work will :v.iv delay, md it is to In.- hoped l 11<tt. by tin- t:n:i next summer conies round, it: ,-m.di amu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Ham Common. ALL Persoils claiming to be .entitled to Commonable Rights Upon o'f with respect to Haiti Common are requested to furnish particulars of their claim, stating in full the grounds of their application, to the undersigned Secretary to the Trustees^ on or before the 21st day of DECEMBER, 1888. F. SIMOFR, Hon.. See;V Maequarie-street, Windsor. Dated the 29th day of Nov^ 1888. Hawkesbury District Agri&iltt#d Association; Animal Show, 1889 THE Schedule being how irt Coursfe of preparation, Special Prizes for 1889, for insertion in the Schedule, are solicited. Cheques for the amount pro mised, will not be required before May, 1889. c. s. GUEST, Sec., H.D.A.A. Richmond, 28/11/88. NOTICE TO TRESPASSER. ~~ ALL Persons are cautioned against TRES PASSING on my Farm, situate at Ryan's Swamp, stripping bark, removing timber, or driving stock off the groutid. Any persons so Offending will be prosecuted. JOHN B. RYANi Wiiberforce. Nov. 28, 1888. T0 SUBSCRIBERS. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS w...

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SPORTING. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

SPORTING. CYCLING. The annual meeting of the Windsor Bicycle Club was held on Friday evening last, when there were present: Messrs Primrose (in the chair), Padley, Mortley, L. Berckleman, Pendergast, Bolton, Horwood and O. Fitzpatrick. It was shown that the club had a balance to its credit of £z 13s rid, which with subscriptions due, would reach £5. Some small accounts were lo be paid out of this amount and one of these was passed for payment. The election of officers then took place, as follows Patron: Mr. H. M'Quade; President: Mr. T. Primrose ; Vice-Presidents : Messrs. F. J. Mortley (Mayor), and H. Padley; Secretary: Mr. W, Mortley; Treasurer: Mr.W. Pendergast; Captain; Mr. O. Fitzpatrick ; Committee: Messrs Berckel man, Padley, Bolton and Horwood. It was decided that the annual subscription should be reduced from 10s. to5S.,tobe paid half-yearly, and that the entrance fee be reduced from 5s. to 2s 6d. The idea of having smoke concerts during the season was introduced and favour...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

WINDSOR MARKET RATE. -Quotations. Maize. 4s 3d id 4s 9a Oats .. 4; Barley .. 3s Hay .. .. £6 Straw .. " £4 Chaff .. .. 7s to 8s Butter .. is 6d Eggs .. .. rod Fowls .. 3s gd to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 4s Potatoes.. 7s cwt Pork .. .. 3^ to to 4 Jd Sucking Pigs .. 3s 6d to 5s according 'to quality.

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

AQUATICS. O'Connor has beaten Teemer, and comes to Australia to tackle Searle. Beach beat Hanlan on Tuesday. No interest evinced in the race. It is proposed to organise a handicap sweep stakes competition amongst local scullers, and the idea is a good one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

CHAUNOY AND OHAUNCY, LICENSED SURVEYORS of n.s WALES -AND - 'QUEENSLAND. Authorized Government Draftsmen. Land Agents. ILLAWARRA EOA)) (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, Brush ware, Lampware, Saddlery, Oils, Paints and White lead, Galvanised Iroft, Barb Fencing Wire, E. P. Goods, &c" 263, 269 KENT-STRHET. MASON BROTHERS, LIMITED, Have in Stock and for Sale Cement- Robins', Fewer's and Lion Slates-Iiangor, best 20 x 10 Plaster, Whiting Asphalte (Val de Travers^ Kooiing and Sheathing Felt Iron-Pig and Scrap Pig and Sheet Lead Fire Bricks Tubing-Black and gal vanised Waterpipcs, 3in. nnd 4in. Gas Mains, 8in., Bent L.I.. Tram Rails, 10 lb. and 15'lb. Boring Rackets Axle Grease Salt-Coarse, Fine |& Rock English Hams, Oatmeal Craighie ...

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The Navigation of the Hawkesbury. IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

The Navigation of the Hawkesbury IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING. On Monday evening last a most enthusiastic public meeting was held at the Windsor School of Arts, foi the purpose of urging upon thp P<-> men t the necessity for taking steps to render "he Hawkesbury 1W navigable to Windsor Wharf 1 he Mayor of Windsor, Mr. F. J. Mortley occu pied the chair, and there were not less than 2so persons present, including the principal business WW fi1G o°" tha Platf°T *«re the Hon W^Walker, M.L.C., and Mr. A. Bowman M P The Mayor said that the meeting hkd been cnl ed in consequence of a resolution of Mr Th s. Passed at a previous public meeting committee had met from time to timf and gave the question before them the most <2niest consideration, winch resulted in their prepS , report which would be presented that evening He hoped that their efforts would bring about i resu t beneficial to the district and town HeXd much pleasure m introducing Mr. Bowman their Member, to the...

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Special Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Special Prizes. The Proprietor of the W. and R. GAZETTE offers the following prizes to those who care to make an effort towards securing them . 10 6d for the most meritorious verses written on "The Hawkesbury." 21s for the best short Christmas story. In the case of the two first competitions, the productions of competitors must be sent to " The Editor, GAZETTE," not later than October 31, when, after the prize has been awarded, the suc cessful contributions and such others as the Editor may deem worthy, will be published. The name and address, with nom-de-piume of the writer, must be attached to each contribution. The competition for the Christmas story will remain open until the last day in November The rules applying to the other competitions must also be observed in this case. Cumberland TIMES calls Tom Walker, M.P^ " a self-confessed liar and charlatan."

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CORRESPONDENCE. Land Nationalization. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

COUKESPONDENCE. Land Nationalization. TO THE EDITOR Sir,-It is a plcasuro to find thatintempcr : ate language - vituperation and abuse-does not belong .solely 'o the proletariat. Of cour^ I have known this for many years, having seen in my youth what 4he Tories cjl:i 'IQ in that line. I have seen what the young bloods of the Tory party are capable of doing, from making penny pieces hot in a tire shovel, and tossing them out of a 'window for the sans culottes (the beggahs !) to scramble for, to making all the women of ill-repute drunk, and bribing coster mongers and chimney sweeps to smash honest tradesmen's windows-to say noth ing of their choice display of Billingsgate. But here, in Australia, 1 am happy to say, such scenes as I have seen in that old borough town are of rare occurrence simply, I conclude, because democracy is in the ascendant; and, therefore, colonial imitators of the high-blooded gentry at "home" would not dare play up in the same fashion. The siuiuT is here for a...

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Richmo[?] News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

Richmo: A concert, by the pJ vent, will be given iw Arts on Wednesday ej to be most successful. | SCARCrTY OF WATEJ have some cause for j town is threatened J underground tanks apj only means of supply! Richmond are private! the people depend Obi fortunate neighbours.! Council will soon haVel costs. I FALSE ALARM.-Onl lads were playing at] Black town Road, one! ahd in scrambling out i pair of trousers. Tllim signs of blood on then! in Richmond. Search! nothing could be found! the clothes had been tfl many drovers who pas! signs of blood were ofln PUBLIC SCHOOL Pfcfl now being sent rourtdB give the children attal picnic r.t th-r end of (j deserving one, and Mn I'-ct enough to carry! success. ! NEV/ I>JGGY-BuiLb! spite the bad times, \vM affect Mi\ Huxley, tffl part of 5he premiss! ]>l,ick Horse Hotni I forging afVead, when it! lishment addition t« Mr. Will, tm MitchtfilJ CRICKR .-Thft ? tained another defeat® crirketerK. This shvJ tice more tha;i thetfJ junction with the oi...

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WINDSOR AND RICHMOND Gazette. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 1 December 1888

WINDSOR AND RICHMOND SATURDAY, DliCEMHLR i iKSX. "..Let the journalip< defend the <1 ur:,:.;s of ih« p-irty which he approves ; lot l.iii) cviiici;.e a id rondo?-,;n the pany Which lie il'-es i).>1 approve . resi:i vmi! wttvv>.>t- lii* ii--lit tq,ai)plai!cl liii ?-, ion- his fi i, nl- --wit truth n»oy require -and h« . ill lie ind:-:>:;nde.it m.-.i.-h i'or a I-rc.- Gu,i'.:iv - ilf.M-in.n, Irrigation, We notico willi j)J( asurc th:u (jnit.<? ;i number of fani-ims ;? 1 i»l <>l1j<.» ivsj.li m.: oi' this district a,ro in for in - i j.>; .!. i«; ? i. iv ?cognising the. fart that, t-ij..* ptv.-n'iit having been r.o seve.ro. unless 1hey do so ? their crops, &c., will be totally lost, to them. Trilis is a step ill the right disection. and one which slioult 1 have found i'avour .years ago. Given a good supply of water and tin-means . to distribute it i'aivly over the land, our farm ers and pastorahsts could snap...

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