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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 3 December 1881

BY PUBLIC! AUCTION. W. GOSPEE HAS receive.! iUs.ruc~.on¡¡ :r ..a the Tmste- s in the will of r.lie late John Huskisson, to sell by auction ou Sa urday the luth of December, 1881, at 2 o'clock, at Cougli's Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor. For a tena i!'Lhrec years. All those EXTENDIVE AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, KaoTvn as the "Endeavour Mill," situate in George ¡Street, Windsor. ' Possession to be given on the 1st of Feb. 1882. Terras ac sale. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia, NOTICE. T' UK í>uke of Manchester No. 65 L.xUe. hav^ug ! eeu opened in Wind , sor iij ."onue.tiop. willi the above, persons ?? desirous of J i nmg can do so at half fees ; at the iir t four consecutive meetings, j - ! fcZr Benefits given equal to any other j Friendly Society in the colony. For further particulars apply to BRO. C. M. MILLS, Sec. SCHOOL OF ARTS,         RICHMOND. MONDAY AND TUESDAY. First Appearance of DOMINIC SONSEE, Also, THE DOUBLE ...

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Poetry. ABOUT HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Poetry. AJjOLT HL'SBAXnS. j "'A man i.-, in ¡iL -ral, bettev plea<,'l wlr-n li j has a pood dinner upon \i\r- Labio iii ni when bis wile ; sp ;iks (ii'uek."-Da. JOHNSON. I JOHVSO.V wi- righi. ! do::';. ir.'ri'B ti« a'l 'l lie tolemii il'j^iii '- ni';iif mn,'li ol.I staber; Bul very TM;,- i ij.jo-«.,\what olio may call Thc minor morals of lbj Lisa il ajo.' ' Johnson iras l igar,. Although some m;n a«h>r » W'.s.iom .a worn.ri,, a l with !>.<... ruing cram her, There i-r.'t ju ? m i«.-u bu: Jn;«ks ia:- UIOID U:liisu\vii grub iban <J;'his spouse's gfammar. I know ic j« ;!ie irrealere shanie ¡a life ; Hut who :iaii<i¡ig th.'m ',-uve, perhaps, myself), Reliiii.ing mn.g.y home, l,ul a-ks Iiis wife, j What ueef-liol bonks - abe has noon che shcif? Though tire<-k ami Latia b - the lady's boasT, They're litu; v«.J¡i.- ¡ by le-r bivi:.g mate; The kimi o!'tongue ta'.t husbands .-dish most ls ni J lera, ban '.!, and serve 1 upon a plat...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 2ND DECEMBER, 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Lamrock and J. E. Oaus, J.'s. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Kien MOND POLICE COUltT. I-'nimy, 2ND DKCI MHEU, ins!. {Befure M . »>rs. W. E inimck aiu. J. E. Onus, Masters v. McGuire. Assault. Case settled out ot court. '{/minis littti'j was summoned Uv Senior con table McNeiliv tor using abusive lan- guie in a public place; luivin a u-dogised Lo tin senior constable, that officer «¡shed the iiench to deal lightly with thc defendant, who was tined äs. (jd. and costs ol' c nirt. Matthew Connell tor using abusive language i i Windsor-Street. D-fendant pleaded not guilty. Case proved by thc p dice, and t!. miaut fined .5s. Od. costs, he Laving be n h-tore the court on another occasion this year tor a similar offer ce. I We are requested to state that the name "lingfield as rep <rted in our last issue, should have been Greenfield, And also, that that person was the p..ison who was fined, and not .' Young and Kingfield," as reported.

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Windsor Postal Time Table. Arrive tVoiti - Sydney.. Monday, T'icdny, Wednesday, Thursday, Frid.-tv, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.HO p.m. Parrainât ia... M owlay Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Richmhud...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tlinrs day, Friday, Saturday, at S a.iu. and 4 p.m. Pitt Tjwrf...Monday, S p.m. - Tuesday, Wednesday, .{.15 p.m.; Thurs.Jay, y p.m. ; Friday, Satur- day, 3. là p.m. Wilberforce... Munday, 3.1.") j).m. : Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3.!.> p.in. ; Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday, 3.13 p.m. ; Saturday, 7 p.m. Blacktown...Munday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Riverstone...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 11.30 a.m. Mulgrave...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day, Friday, Saturday, at 7-30 p.m. Depart lor - Bydnoy...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday, at (».30 a.m. and 3.30 p.,.». Parramatta... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thurs- day, Frida...

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Religious Notices. ST. M A TT H K W'S iCIÛliClI OF EXGLAND.) TïUim Srsrt.w IN Am ILNT. WjMi.-.ii:. ( ^uiiii.-'S'i\ i'->'. ll :i.m. . RKV. V. W. STUETTOV Kv. tiiiiiT .->< rx i.-. 7.:<H¡..HI I Cl.i [illsiiAi.i:. :!. p.m.. K-v. I". W. STntfii. l. ,u. r (M.. ll a.i.L J Mr A Martin. Wivm-i - 1 ??rn . ;{..«<. ¡'.in )

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ST. MATTHEWS, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH THIRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

ST. MATTHEWS, HUMAN' CATHOLIC CHURCH j Tm un StrMiAï iv ADVENT. WIMIVM:- I'<C. Il, ;,i0.i.in., Ru v. »S. J. A. Sheehy ,, 7 p.m. KEV. s. J. A. SUKKOT. W ES LE V A \' M ETHOD1 ST. WINPMIR. lier. 11th. ll a.m., Stiich-tit. 7 p.m.. Sludriu. RICHMOND.--*t p.m.. Stndrni. 7 p.m. Kev. il. Mack. ENFIELD - ll a.m.. Rev. H. Mack. KUKKAJOX«:.--2.30 p.m., Rev. H. Mack. Wn.BEHroiifK. ll a.in.. Mr. (i. Turnbull. 7 p.m.. Mr. W. (.'. Gamonil. Brrrswoimi SWAMI', 3 ]4tu., Mr. G. Turnbull. KEV. H. MACK, Chairman of Cucui .

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Services : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Week. Evening S. rvtee. Thnr^lav, S p.m. REV. W. MATTHESOX, SEN.

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AMERICAN PEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

A Mi; li I CAN PEACHES. JW*- 1 'tm (rom an interesting pamphlet on the "* Garden Kami Lands of the I* clausula,"* that lr un thc best information obtainable there arc about .>.0O0,i)0o peach Hees of all ages; between thc Delaware and Chesapeake, and the Brandywine ar.d Cape Charles. These trees cover .Kl,OOO acres of the best and mont productive land, enough to mak," OuO farms ot UKI acres each, ßej -r .-sealed m moiicv, thc rc is>Hjig};icga c invested capital of'ä, 7.<0,<î0'.' «loi. From thc official icports theic v. c:e sijiii^fi-ju iiiT 1, by r.-.d, "2,-i-öli,M7'> ¡ia.sUe:.s ; hy water, the nuuioer is estimated .it .'> !.',\'2 I baskets; making an aggregete ot tt,0t»t>,00i.i baskets. Many arc canned ¡¡nd di h il. >o far a.s known, there arc six canneries in Delaware, and, perhaps, ;.s many in Alaiy iand, turning out over 1,OOO,OOO cana of iruit. (J unit ne/s Chronicle.

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Windsor Markets. Maize, from ... Ora Hgv* Lamons Hatter . 3-,irgs Fowls (i"i-SB liui-k>... . Sui-killL' p)._r^... N.w |..u;lt'i.'< \\ lii'l~!'r. Iii'c.-uibor lt. ... :Ss. '.M. to -is. 1 Ad. _a-, «.hi. lu Os. «kl. ... US. Mil. to (.18. (jd. ... UR. 'M. to '»8. Od. ... Os. Md. to ls. Od. ... 3s. lld. ta Us. nd. ... Gs. Od. Ii» <K dil. ... -ls. (ul. io 4s. ;{<!. ... (I>. dd. M (is. (I<|. . :K (i.l. lu u-. u<¡.

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HOW TO ESTIMATE HEIGHT OF TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

IífoW TO KST1MATK H El O'Ul' Ol * TR Ii KS. Now*, with reparti to height, you may sjv, " It is a!] very Well to measure girth, bul how are 'you going to meisure height?'1 Who is to tfcll us whether a tree is l.'KMt or Holt high? I can give you two rules of thuin ii, which will at least assist calculation. This ia one: Supposi g your tall friend to stand ! outsell in the open : set hy the side oi lum a 1 stick ot ascertained height, say of Git. Watch attie proper hour the length of «diadow cast, both by your (itt. rod and hy the tree. Then calculate in proportion the height of the shadow casters : e.«y. : il thc tree's sliadnw !;e -twelve times the length, take its height a Or, take three laths, join two <d mem at alight angle, and make each lath co,.lam- ing the angle to be of liie s une size. Then uuíí^ lile equal sides with a third, .subtending the bungle. Now hohl it level" and opposite the tiree. Walk away until your eye looKs up {he third and bing Mde precisely lo th...

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THE BIGGEST FARM IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

i TÄE BIGGEST FA RM IN rm; WORLD. . .WE lienr a great deal-'respecting the ira mejise tracts of land held hy our leading squ|j¡ttérs, and which are frequently cited as shpwmg^tie insufficiency ot'our Jami laws in preventing Vast districts falling into thc hands <»f a few individuals, hut in the United States (the land par excellence of free selection) are to. be found individual properties arger than even -those of a Tyson or a Wilson. Take, for instance, Colonel Dan Muvphv, of UeU leek's Station, Elko County. The Colonel came to-Califonua in lb'l-l, and may he said to Iiavejnade the country pay him weil torin's time, ile is now prwbably the largest private land owner on thc continent. He lias ö,QOC»jOp0.ucres of Jaud in one body ju Mexico, ik)0,0«<ï m Nevada, and 23,00'» in California. His Mexican grant he bought four years ago for less than threepence per acre. lt is six tv miles long, and covers a beautiful country of hill ¿»nd valley, pine timber, and meado...

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Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Agencies. - I Tin' iiuii/'nneiiriori'' 1 ure nur a|i¡xj¡ut';d Agents I for lin- M'M'Kil tocaliue- auineti :- j RICHMOND - Mr. I). C .l«-roft. Chemist. Kl* RUA40.NO. -./,is,.j,h Smith, .Storekeeper. j NllKTH h*ICHMOXl>- j WILBI'UKOUCI;.- i WISI:MA.\"'S I'I;K;:V. - llr<. Marx. ! C x T K A L M A< . ut i x A LI ) - M r. . f. Wal ker.

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THE REV. JAMES SOMERVILLE ON OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

THI-: It KV. J AM RS SOMERVILLE OX Ol'KSELVES. WE ari' honoured by the n-tiee <>f the i"v. gentleman wlwsn name appears at th« i.-ad oft his article, although in th<- estimation of a number of outsiders, we ha vu, ia their own choice language, been " taken down a peg. ' .. dropped upon," slated." and so on. In Kpitu of these calamities we survive, aud. nee >rdiitg to the Darwinian theory of the .. Survival of the Fittest," we shal. continue to survive. Now we might-lind we )»eeu made of inferior clay-easily have declined to pub- lish Mr. Somerville's let er in our last issue, but as there was really n.-thing therein that could cause a blush nf shame :.<> aiouut to crtir brows, we preferred ace vding liiui the fullest, of fair play m our OTU c.-iu-iius, as he appears t<< be under lbw implosion tiiat he was badly used in our art ii le «rf thu 19th ultimo Besides, to quot« GoicißiÄiih, "There is greatness in being generous...

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IMPROVEMENT IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

IMi'ROYENlEXT IN HORSES. Thc p'ssîhiiity ot' improvement in horse stock is a matter wliich is uceñ iug moie ci rc from thc farming comnmnit y, arni espe- cially in Victoria ¡inti New Zealand. And improvements cannot he made a day too soon. lt is amongst the admissions which come from a v d mist with regret, that while the horse stock of tlie com.irv is increasing in numbers, it is becoming more and more ri i thc u ll to get draught horses, carriage and ligrfit harness horses, and even good sound weight-carrying hacks. All of those stamps nf horses were more pie ii ti Cul in proportion ten years since, or twenty years since, than they arc to-day. The reason is not so difficult of solution. It will be admitted, even hy those who have great runs and who have devoted very special ntte'ii; n t > h rs<» breeding, that business of th-. e.... best carried out where a com;' : :. ve:v tew anim ils «.niy arc kept, and where t .e eyes of the m.strr e^n follow all the details, from...

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FARM AND GARDEN. CULTIVATION OF THE SUNFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

FARM AND GARDEN. cj i. r / n \ A T i o x < » i T i f !.: s LT N K J ,O W EH. Titi-: following is .i clipping iron a inetro p«»lii.in p)iiiii.ti : -.* The v.ilue of tile Sun h it>w. i , iroin an agricultural point of view, has irequentlv been pleaded of Jute ; hut mittlrere do its mer.ta appear to lie so thoroughly appreciated as in Uus>ia. Accord- ing t i M. (.ïiiuuirt of Lundi shut, who has recently published a paper on the subject on hi. re! uni from a j iiirnev to the Province, the San Flower is there universally cultivated in fields, gardens, and borders: and every c >i;ce'-. able part of the plant is turned to some pr:: .ric,il account. The seed yields oil scarcely interior lo Piovkicc oil, and tbe pressed resi.lue forms a goori wholesome food tor cattle, as also do the leaves and green stalks cul up small-all being eaten. The fresh Howers themse lves when a little short of tull bloom furnish a dish for the table which bears favourable . »mparison with the a...

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Calendar.—December. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Calendar.-December. REMARKAPLE EVENTS. ll<¿?un \:ird ¡Sunday in Adctitt. 1*2 M : iBilk Australasia op'd. '3. Isaak Walton <!ie.] 1 i»8:t Canteibur\, N.Z. Uki. '."it ïov. Darling arr. lS2.>. ¡4 44!/ « 44j7 't uh jfc 4.-i!7 i 4Ó¡7 \'t 4.M7 ; ? 40! 7

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor.-Dec. 11th, ll a.m., Rev. P. Fitzgerald , Ebenezer, ,, 3 p.m., ,, ! Pitt Town, » 3 p.m., " I Alternate. REV. PATRICK FITZGERALD, j Minister. j

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THE Bawkesbury Chronicle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

TM K Uliimkesliurti Cjiramrle. AND FARMERS' ADVOCATE. SA TU Ii D A V, DECEMBER io, JUS I. Now that thc government has succeed;..! io ¡ driving their moimi relative to connecting I tile Northern Line of railway with the mctro I polis, at Waratah, we may fairly assume that thev 'Alli hang fi'c io »lie o.utter ol a [hedge for the Hawkesbury liver. Stations on eitlo-i side of thc river, at the cros.s.ng place, w li b convenient for sending the produce <d' thc Lower Hawkesbury and the Macdonald to the Sydney market ; and consequently, the powers that h.- inav try to sl.elve Hie quest ina of river t rallie, with tin's kind of argument, ** Well now you have been doing very well, and surely you can keep going willmot a dredge uotii our railway is c. >:".; y. rete- which wili onlv take two ur turee .. e.. s- a ¡.i :ue i Voil wuii't tn ci !::e nw-.it Tins kimi of argument con t su t pei.p'.- .vho d r. e ? o .-v. (ji they can) by the aid .d' tin- liver, these f.-. o or three year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

AMERICAN FRUIT PRESERVING JARS with air-tight rubber rings and porcelain-lined screw caps. These are the best and cheapest Preserving Jars made, andhave been thorough- ly tried and approved by com- petent judges. PRICES :-Pints, per doz., 9s. 6d. ; Quarts, do., 12s. ; Half-gallon, do., 14s. ; Pints, per cane of 6 doz., do., 7s. 6d, ; Quarts, per case of 8 doz., do., 10s. ; Half-gallon, per case of 6 doz., do., 12s. ; Packing for less than 3 doz., ls. 6d. extra. _ HEBBLEWHITE & CO., 416, George-street, Sydney. REGENT HOUSE. Geo. F. Murphy, IMPORTER OF GLASS-(all sizes cut to Order.} Plate Sheet Stained Ornamental Cathedral Hammered (Flat and Bolled) White and Bed Lead Turpentine Raw and Boiled Oils Brush ware Kerosene Oil Varnishes Paperhangers' Canvas Gold and Silver Leaf Paperhangings Wood-preserring Oil Tar Resin Cement, &c., &c. Colours for House and Coach Painters, &c. Mixed Paint ready for use, any shade required All Orders promptly executed by B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Fuller & Co. HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE AND FARMERS ADVOCATE OFFICE. GEORGE-STREET. WIND SOU, aie Agents for thc Caiii'jrrlniid Mii-'uru and PrutrsUin ' Standanl.

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