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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

?yon only knew and properly understood the duties which the blood bos to perform, and the absolute necessity for it to have a definite chemical composi tion, and kuew that the supply of mineral constituents from Australian food is totally inadequate to keep the blood sufficiently strong in oxidizing power, ou which process health depends, JW would know that n is imj>eratively necessary to supply the blood with its essential mineral elements for the formation of bealtby tissue, muscle, bone, &c., which uufortunately ore not obtainable from the natural tooii in these colonies. To supply these elements CLEMENTS' TONIC Is offered and It the mi RATIONAL RESTORATIVE prepared in Australia. It positively cures all diseases arising from poorness of blood or debility, such as Neuralgia, Nervousness, Weakness, Languor. Tooth ache, Loss of Appetite. Vigor and Energy. which a^e ouly symptoms o( a debilitated system. It supplies the vital stream with the chemical food necejsary Do ensu...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

TEY JAMBS' DETECTIVE SOAP. It is the Cheapest, Quickest, and Best for Washing Day. This Soap can be used in Cold, Hard, Salt w and Fresh Water. " q < The most delicate Linen, Muslin, Lace, or New- £ Born Babe can be Washed without the Slightest H injury. mr It is also remarkable for Curing all kinds of Skin S Diseases on man or beast--such as Sores, Burns, ^ Scurvy, Bad Feet and Greasy Heels in Horses, X Mange in Dogs. Also for Curing Blight on Fruit and Flower Trees. Sold by all Grocers, and Wholesale at the Warehouse. Full directions around every Bar of Soap. It is the most Remarkable of all Soaps yet introduced. The price of it is as Cheap as the ordinary common soap. Ask your Storekeepers for it. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY H. JAMES, 763 George-street, Sydney. ALL COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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The Windsor School of Arts. (TO THE EsDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Windsor School of Arts. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sm,-For all that Committee-man No. 1 has said in your issue of last week concern ing the above institution, I maintain that what I have already written concerning it is true. It is certainly a fact that there is a reserve fund of fifty pounds for building purposes, but what is that ?-a sum that I assert will now hardly meet the institute's liabilities. I have been connected with the management of the institution now for some years, and I consider it has never been in so bad a state-both monetary and otherwise-as it is at present. For this state of things I repeat that the majority of the committee should be held blameless. At the present time the sources of revenue may be summed up in that of " rent of hall." This I hardly need remark was not the aim that was held in view when the institution was built. However, it seems rather out of place to vent the ideas of committee-man through (he Press, when the same can be done at their meetings. ...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. Land Nationalization. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

CORRESPONDENCE. Land Nationalization. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-I have missed the first part of a ^discussion which appears to be going on between yourself and Mr. W. Walker on the above subject. I noticed a letter from him in your issue of 24th instant which evidently refers to something dealt with' previously. In discussing questions .of this kind, which threaten to disturb vested interests and legalised wrong, it is unfortunate that those who understand the principles at issue have to expend more time and thought in correcting wil ful or ignorant misrepresentations of their views than in confuting logical argu ments. Red herrings are continually .being drawn across the trail by the igno rance and prejudices of those who either have not the industry or the capacity to . acquire a fair knowledge of the questions they discuss ; or knowing they are in the wrong, prefer to distort their opponents views rather than to justify their own. It would be useless to follow Mr. Walker in his irrelev...

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Obituary Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

Obituary Notice. YOUNG.-Aug. 8, aged 23 years, at Walla "Walla, V.V.slijr.^ton Territory, U.S.A., Edwaho, tliirfl son of IJev. J as. Young, ' Vicar.ig3, Deeping, St. Xicholas' near Spalding, England.

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SCISSORS AND PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

SCISSORS AND PASTE. And there in the privacy of his sanctum the ftolonel sit, and edited his paper with predatory shears and a diehdnest paste pot.-Max Adeler. We must agree that passes free For ever should prevail. One of the tricks of polities Is " riding on the rail." The rage for a novel means of stiieide has ttx» tended to China. John Rock, of Cairns (Q.), cut his throat with a piece of broken Crockery. A Normanton (Q) editor wrote that a local fiw had " a piscatorial flavour1' and the aggrieved burnt-out one " tuk proceediiis,'* The jufy fcu&d '! no bill." Noble jury. New York exchange, with a fiiie touch of sar» casm, says :-" The Scotland Yard detectives havd not yet discovered the fiend who lately trtiirdeffcd six abandoned w*omen in the heart of LOttdort, but the TIMES has affidavits to prove that Mr: Paraell is the guilty man." Dan O Connor's biil to increase the ittuftieipal franchise of Sydney has been a splendid succcssi Last year only S283 persons were entitle...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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The Intelligent Compositor Again. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Intelligent Compositor Again. One nf our beautiful printers cleared out Inst week, anil left us a band short all this week, so that we have not been able to fill up our paper as we would wish This c.onies of accepting the ser vices of fellows who carrv all their clothes and personal e=:t;ile in a small-sized pocket handker chief. They can leave when they like, simply be cause when the} are dressed their wardrobe's empty. In future, we won't give work to any man who isn't the owner of a substantial clothes-chest and a second pair of boots. If he wants to leave he'll either h^-.e to gi\e the required notice or go without Irs clfixls.

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The Distict. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) Richmond News. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Distiet. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)' Richmond News. CONCERT.-In my last contribution I made a mistake with reference to the date of the Convent concert. This event will come off on Wednesday eveniitg next in the School of Arts, and it promises to be a great success. A splendid programme will be presented, and as the rehearsals have beeii numerous, the affair shonld run very smoothly. BLACKTOW'N TOLL GATE.-The right to Collect the dues at this gate for next year was submitted to auction on Wednesday last by Mr. C. S. Guest, on behalf of the trustees, at the Post Office HoteL There were a large number of intending pur chasers present, and after some spirited bidding it was knocked down to Mr, Alfred Smith for the sum of This price is out of the ordinary, as on former occasions the upset price, £100, or very little more invariably secured the rights for a similar period. No POLICE NEWS.-There were no cases at our police court this week---a matter of congratulation to those interest...

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

Windsor Borough Council. The ^ordinary meeting was held oft Wednesday evening. Present : The Mayor, Alderman Lifts ley, Dean, Marr, Simon, and Fitzpatrick. COfiHKSroNnENCE. A communication was received from the au thorities, with reference to the extension of the Dairies' Supervision Act to this district, lender this measure it will he necessary for all dairymen and ntilk vendors to register with the Council by December 31st. Alderman Simon moved, "That the Mayor be empowered to carry out the pro visions of the Act, and have same advertised in the local papers; also that Mr. F. Linsley, Council Clerk be appointed Inspector of Dairies." [Alder man Dean : at what salary.] He did not know that there was any salary attached to it. Alder man Fitzpatrick seconded. Carried From Mr. B?r!ing, Works department, stating that with reference to an application for a sum of money foL expenditure opposite Government build ings in Court street, the Secretary of Public Works could ttol agree to any s...

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One Effect of the Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

One Effect of the Earn. Since the dry weather set in some months aftftx the local tanners have been put to great expense to procure the supply of water necessary to ensure the successful tarrying on of their businesses. Mr. R. Cobcroft has had to pay as much as per week for water. The late rainfall, however, Vias given him a supply which will meet his re quirements for at least twelve months. He values the water now in his dam at the tannery at no less than £100. Others of the tantiers who have dams and waterholes have been similarly success ful.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

IMPORTANT CLEARING-OUT SALE at Mr. H M. M'QUADE'S RESIDENCE, Fairfield, Windsor, on TUESDAY, 18th instant. WGARLING has been instructed by Mr. . H. M. M'Quade to sell by auction, at his residence, Fairfield, Windsor, on TUESDAY, 18th instant, The following: MILKING CATTLE. Seven cows, served by Alderney bull Viscount 5th, heifer calves. AYRSHIRE COWS. Baroness, red and white, 4 years, sire Young Baron, grand sine Baron 2nd of Drumlanrig . (imp.), dam Gaiety ; served by Viscount. Lady M'Gregor, red and white heifer, 28 months old, sire Young Baron 2nd : g sire Baron (Bennett's, cost 150 guineas), ggsire Teviot (Lindsay's, cost 113 guineas), ggg sire Baron 2nd of Drumlanrig (imp.), dam Tibbie by Charlie by Cook's Charlie (imp.), g dam Tibbie, g g dam by Ayrshire Jack, imported by the late Mr. Kennedy ; served by Vis count, Lady Bowen, fawn colour, by Johnny out of Dairymaid (imp,) Johnny was three times champion of Melbourne. Has bull calf by Pasha. Wild Rose 5th, fawn colour, calved ...

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The Windsor Water Supply, ALTERATION TO SCHEME.—4½ Miles of Streets Reticulated instead of 2½, [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Windsor Water Supply, ALTERATION TO SCHEME.-4} Miles of Reticulated instead of 2J, At the Bofough Council Meeting on Wednesday evening, Mr. J. P. Sharkey, Civil Engineer, who formulated the scheme adopted for supplying Windsor with water, was present, and at the con clusion of the ordinary business, The Mayor introduced Mr. Sharkey. That gentleman said he had made a visit to Windsor last week, afrd whilst here the Mayor had pointed out to him a piece of khd in Fitzgerald-street, and put the question to him, " How would that site do for tlve reservoir, ahd what effect won id it have on the estimate of the scheme ?" lie had considered what the advantages to Windsor would be by the adoption of a scheme having that site as a centre. When he formulated the existing scheme, which was good and sufficient for any purpose, he did so at the inquest of the Council, who pointed out to him the position for the reser voir He arranged the scheme accordingly, and as it stood-, it was a scheme t...

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WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

WINDSOR MARKET RATE. [ -Quotations. Maize. 4s | Oats .» 4s 6d Barley .. 3s Hay .. .. /6 Straw .. .. £4 Chaff .. .. 7s to 8s Buttar . > 2s Eggs .. .. iod Fowls .. 3s gd to 4s Ducks .. 3s 6d to 4s Potatoes.. 9s cwt Pork .. .. 34 to to 4^d Sucking Pigs .. 4s 6d to 5s according to quality.

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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

Cycling Notes. [BY WHKIXMAN 1 WE understand that a smoke concert I will be given shortly, when novelties will be introduced. The reduction of subscription to as fid half year should induce the young men of this district to swell the ranks of the club. Members residing in country districts, and Richmond and Riverstone young men are invited to join the club. We believe there is some talk of form ing club rooms, and smoking room, and reading room for members, when cycling literature &c., will abound-where meet ings can be held. We also notice some strangers on the list of officers and com mittee men. Sydney readers will be glad to hear that we are about to push the club along by making a track, as thev have always advised us to do so, and promised their ' support, and it will be an encouragement for the Sydney clubs to pay us a visit. 13y bringing strangers amongst us we are doing good to the town. The Windsor Bicycle Club intend making their club more attractive this season; a...

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The difference between Kelly and the O'SUllivan. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Difference between Kelly and the O'Sullivan. In the Assembly last week, Sir Henry Parkes, speaking of the proposed re duction in the number of police magis trates, said :-It is a monstrous shame to the country to have a police magistrate in a country village where there are gentlemen capable, and who ought to perform the duties. Therefore, 1 think I may entirely go with the. lion., gentle man with regard to what he says about Queanbeyan ; if there are not there onght to be sufficient magistrates to perform the duties. Now, I come to my- I do not know whether he will allow me to use a familiar term-my old friend the member for The Bogan. I am so sorrv that he came 300 miles to vote against a motion (re appointment of Mr. Good | chap as travelling commissioner) that dis appeared before he got to it. He came down 300 miles to have a kick, and there was nothing to kick. I am very sorry indeed, knowing my friend so well as I did all through the Stockwhip davs-if he will pardon the re...

Publication Title: Windsor And Richmond Gazette
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The Latest WIndfall. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

The Latest Windfall. A -correspondent sends us the follow ing, which we give as it was given to us: -" Mr. J, Camming, aged sixty-six years, a blacksmith, and a resident of Lambton and district for nearly thirty years, has just been apprised of the ctr tainlv of his being the owner of property and c ish to the extent of one million pounds sterling. About eleven years ago Mi. Cumming mad'' a trip to ilie old country in replv to an advertisement, but owing to lack oi hinds was unable to verify his claim to the immense fortune which was originally owned by Sir Charles Graham, of Scotland, and des cends to the present heir through his mother, he being an only son. The es tates extend from Dumbartonshire to l< Graham's Dyke," on the Glasgow road, in Stirlingshire. Two gentlemen in Sydney, however, took the matter up, and, after a good deal of labour expended in breaking down the legal red-tape barriers, have succeeded, without the shadow of a doubt in establishing the validity...

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WHAT WE HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

I WHAT WE HE All That a fernery and sumrrier house would be a jreat acquisition to our park. That a bathing station on the river, with dress ing rooms, diving board, and shower, would be Jvelcomed by our bathers. '4 That something should be done to improve the , pathway in George-street, especially down the s'ifbill. At present, it is alvnit as unewn as it ppossibly can be, and is not safe to walk upon. We ^hould uot be surprised some of these days to hear 'If ail action for damages against the Council. - I Tfiat the Farmers' Hotel has' fchanged hands, ?Jlr ;Wjnton having retired That in view of the Council not being able to come to terms with the Gas Company, RE the lighting of streets next year, we would suggest that estimates be received for the laying on of the electric light, as is now being done in other country t nvns. That if a little more generosity and less self interest were displayed by some of our wealthy i storekeepers and farmers, this t nvn would be one of the first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

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 Store, Nearly opposite Commercial Bank, Richmond. 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, Lampware, Saddlery, Oils, Paints and White lead, Galvanised Iron, Barb Fencing Wire, E. P. Goods, &c., 263, 269 KENT-STREET. MASON BROTHERS, LIMITED, Have in Stock and for Sale Cement-Robins', Fewer's and Lion Slates-Bangor, best 20 x 10 Plaster, Whiting Asphalte (Val do Travers) Rooling and Sheathing Felt Iron-Pig and Scrap Pig and Sheet Lead...

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No Fanciful Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

No Fanciful Picture. When we meet a newspaper man whose religion and victuals agree with him-who can look a man square in the face, and whose hand, when he shakes ours, feels more like the grip of a vice than the handling of a stale mullet-we teel that we can respect him. But when we meet a lantern jawed, vinegar-visaged rag-driver, whose eyes wander to the fround instead of meeting ours, and who looks as if he had uried all his relations, and that he had small hopes of over seeing them again, we conclude that he either wants a more vital religion or a new liver, and that his acquaintance would ibe very undesirable. We have met both classes of men in our time-but thank Heaven, we never reached out for the stale mullet.-This is pearl of wisdom from Jeff Wallac'es paper, the Moss Vale Argus, and though it is not pleasing to assert that the picture is true we must say that there are a few of this class of creatures still in existence The best medicine known is SANDER and SON'S EUCALYPT...

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TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Windsor and Richmond Gazette — 8 December 1888

TOPICS OF THE DAY. Listen to me, and if you speak me fair I'll tell you newt, indifferent gcwd to either How is it that the Pairamatta Bench one day last week fined Margaret Creasey 30s and 25s lod costs for using water for other than domestic pur poses, whilst Robert Beattie, for a similar offence, was only fined 5s with costs. Does the explanation lie in the fact that Mr, Beattie is an aristocratic surveyor, whilst Mrs. Creasey runs a boarding house in the historic Borough ? The thing cer tainly looks very piscatorial. Last week we drew attention to the fact that many of our district Farmers and landholders had invested, or intended to do so, in the machinery and appliances necessary to thoroughly irrigate their holdings, and thus prevent the losses which result from protracted drought. The idea is one which should be carried out by all those who are in a position to do so, and I am glad to see that a good example has been shown in this direction by such enterprising spirits as th...

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