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

5-ich.mDiid. {¡KvF.R.A*. XLW-.-X-'ili'ag cf iaip'u'aav'C ..: . ÎKJW. c I il) oui gu-as-VoU-picuv- sort ot !<.U"M «o., [y.-* thc neck, except ¡L ii.- ; ho .11. n-maiiy « uni) <.'U,L¡KT-O'jir.oiLÇ as it li.is ?> a mi.à coo; se.iuou. Tio-rcúnc, tho drop oi 1 ram 011 Tues.iav even mg \v ts -\ .1 bo.e.. i: . os.ly lo lay l'a - ilu.»1, ana :l u.v licii**d le 1 coo; tiic air a ciiil A .-H-I-.V. -Vc.* v. c have i KI ? 1 something, ii : is true, a iv a I sh.o.v, au i ...s it nappene 1, t !n 1 oest hiio.% iii li.o i-'.iir. We lu.Lie-il the lea. j ir; ¡i'.;:e:v. canvas outside, an I it on¡\ wau'e'i ! meide m j.'i;.es a.ai dru-a to i.i.ik. us ice! ;i» j H. » v.-. .14 i.n. d-- u.L'it li- seen a real j Iii... dwarf. .. gi t:;;. .ea ; a .* 01 . tui-l .:" ¡adv- ' '.-.li . ie- ig'icliz^.î i .».J i r ti;r .. :'. irintr vo-.ig j mi. n:--.i.M-.v. !)?>:.l'mic So::-\ .imlinmp j .. t ...k"' t or v .ii ? > '.1 ? d ( f Ar.;, ami ie;t j .., V.V i .: .- ..1" - ' , V r.it . - , !...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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THE CHAMPION SNAKE YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

THE CIL\MPIOX SNAKE YARN. " Call them snake yarns ? " con- temptuously observed a hirsute individual, whose proboscis was enerimsoued by the sprees ot half a century-as he buried his countenance in a foaming long sleever. These remarks were addressed to a select knot of individuals who had ueen making the hair of the Hebe at the "Royal Ex- change " eiime out of curl by the recital of reptilian stories, each of which was astound- ing enough to arouse the indignation of a North Uueeusland editor. " Why, when 1 was down on the Murrumbidgee, old Skunkford used to keep a black snake as a boundary ruler." Smiles of incredulity passed round the experienced crowd, and finally one of them said, " D'ye take us for new chums, that you poke such borak at us ? " " Not a bit of it," returned the venerable hero of a hundred drunks. "This is as how it vras.-Old Skuukford was about the meanest crawler that ever duffed his neighbor's cattle. About fifty years ago he takes up Upotipotpon Station, on t...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 6TH DECEMBER, 1881. (Before Messrs. W. Dargin and W. H. Johnstone J.'s. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Windsor Tolice Court ] TrEsD.VY, Gxu DECKMsr.R, ISSI j (Before Messrs. W. Dargin and W. H. John- stone J.'s. P.) William Farrell charged "i di using ob j scene language on the Windsor and Parra- matta Hoad, was fined 5s. and costs. (¡eurJv Uncles was summoned hy M iry Douglas for the support ot a child of which it was allege:! defendant was thc tallier. Mr. Waiker appcare 1 for plain titi' and Mr. N.iisoii fir defendant. There was a great deal of evidence given, and cross examination of parlies Uv eounsel on either si -ie, hut counsel for toe p'-aiatiR' failed to elicit anything cor- roborative of plaintiti's statement. The ease wa- therefor' dismissed. ('h-.irh'f Arnold, druuk in (reorge-.itreet on thc lind ;nst. Fined Ö ,. an.1 "Js. lid. costs, or ts hom s. which he look oui. j ¡-'.¡iward iieccroft :>:id J.npt'r fic</ifo<'d--<. was ! charge i with riotous coailu.'l ia a publ'e ! place at Wi.b'.'rf'.nce. fined äs. each, and j os. I ' I :. each fo...

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Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Railway Time-table. hc:>vc S VOX KY lor - Jli . f I'S t I Hie }1 ul^rave '.»."» A.M. ; .V2i> I'.M. Saturday îv<l*l Windsor l.tâl.M. Sun.lav, l'il.'i A.n. (All Clari'tidiin sol down at Clarendon.) Kieliniiiid Leave lor SYDXKY t'.-om - Kicliirtoud . " I ' * T .!."> I- ' . Saturday add., ii. IO I.M. (SIM S Iowa or [eeks un at Claren- don ) Windsor...7-7 A.M.; r.n. Saturday add., <'>.."2 r.\i. Jlulijrim- .7-:>7 A.M.: 1.1<¡ r.M. Saturday add., 7-1 I-.'-I Ulverstone'.. ,-."'- i.".; I.-ll P.M. Saturday add., 7.2«» i'.M. ]j|:nkinu-ii...s.2n A.M.; t-.VJ P.M. Saturday- add., 7.">^ r. «. I

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

JLOCAL AND GENERAL. -A stone has been erected over the gravo, of Professor Cliffard in Highgate Cemetery with this inscription:-William Kingdom Clifford. Morn May 4, 1815. Died .March 3, \H7'.K ' I was not, and was conceived ; I lived and di 1 a little work ; 1 am not, and grieve not!"* CoXTEMi'oiiARY.-Wc have much pleasure in complimenting our far off contemporary, the Western Grazier, whose birthday toole place on thc .'Ird instant. We are young be- ginners ourselves, an I our heart warms to- wards others in the same predicament-espe- cially to those as fearless and outspoken as thc Grazier. We hope it will survive manv years, until its existence may be measured hy ones, thus: II, 11 I, and 1¡J1 -but then, by that time Wilcannia, and Windsor we hope, ivill be Babylons. IULVCL:X<;.-Though not extraordinary, we ceil linly think our young sportsman, Mr. l-l. M. Ua/ktr deserves notice for his painstaking and pluck, in this department. ll j has made some very good time betwe...

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

SPARKS. - CASTING la-arls before swine." Weare beginning t<' ii id ilie pure metal under all die dross, e . '. Hut ho.v about the sw'ne. vvliij are Uiey .' Town Hails are springing up everywhere, first Penrith, then Liverpool. Yet U iudsor, more ancient, m.¡re positions, and with greater wc.il h, is eu .teni to lag ' a tue rear. fancy univ 1 ih¿ Heralds ' W.dze goose' being ::eid at Clontarf. *' I).-ne is Hie ina i and sendai! whirl, And then u,/ ai the sward does ,<a'it, Wi:h hair disJieveiied, a young girl Tile true type ot a " li.i\ liaccti.oile." Bulletin. W e're marching on ; so says Hugh George. Thc Times is now surpassed--licked by otir ,,1111 granny hun a most dilapidated bil,y cock. Huron! tile biggest paper in the ivor«l ! liar \aiikceland. I " "Signs of tin? times," eli .' The very Litest - Father Kelly, al the School of Arts, Syd- ney, lecturing on thc transit ot Venus. Dear ! out Galileo, amply art thou avenged '. Besides, who has not read Tenison ...

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PINS. Cum grano salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

PIKS. Cunt grano salis. Viv**, small-pox ;'* spreading; ami, strange to say, doctors seem to dwell upon the lint weather as it' something terrible would ensue -although the same wiseacre:- told us a few mouths ago that small pox was a cold weather ; disease, and that the return uf war.ti weather I would make things easier. Now then, il small pox is on tile increase cannu' we verv ! fairly attribute it to foulness ami ur.:,-ina ; io i fitth and corruption; to want of pure air, I clean waler, anti cleanliness generally-ju>l the same as any other disease .' Ami-may we not lairlv azurne that the only and proper . renied\-or rather preventative-is sanita j tum .' And have we lound thal this has, been j attended to by either the Governmeut or lite I Cor porndon of Sydney as it should have been ? Certainly not! Instead, we find that thc I lloaro" of Health lias not, hy any means, ¡carried out its operations < Hicientiy. And i now the doctors are quarrelling again just as I th...

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Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

Arrival of River Craft at Windsor Wharf. íjuern. from Portland Herid. Maize, poultry, eggs, ii ii-1 jRiiaUiv*. t; Kvcriiigham.") Emprr**, fp'iti Culo. Maize, poultry, arid egz«. (S.uid vs.) Sarah Ji'tf. fr«im Co!->. Mat.-.e and sv.ndri«-«. (Kak-.) Alma, steamer, trom Sr. Albans. Ma /.e. pcm li ry. .in I sunlri-'-s (-lurd.) J<>fin ami Hf ri*-rt. ir»»m Lower Hawksbury. IVtaiocs. palinga, and ijutt? -r. Woodbury.) Y i-torin, from Coln. JJaize, poultry, and eggs. (Wall.) S*..^. Trl'-<j '«pit. i'roiii tlie Macdonald. Maize a cl ~ ; ; rn Í i. (Haili«-!« and Waiker.J ./.lif t, from the Macdonald. Ma<ze and sun <lr' -. ( Panie ?< :ind Walker.") Kmnta Matilda, from St. Albans. Maize. A;c. (Hunisdorff.) Saw O'U (,'aw, from Webb's; Creek. Maize, orange^. [»mit ry, and eggv \','t»nj, from lin- Maid- nald. Maiz<> and sun dri<'». (.J*'11 s-)

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

fite HAWKESBURY CHRONICLE/ A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEHEITTS received np to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TEEMS or SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year " ... 4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Annum ... 9s. ... Ts 6d. Sabsoribers names can be enrolled at any time. TBEMS or ADVERTISING : ". j ( Five lines or under ... ls. r ñ "\ Ten lines Or over 5 ... 2s. Insertions. | Fifteen lines " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. A»VERTIBEHENTS HAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING RATES PER QUARTKR. f One inch space ... £0 10 0 Lonç Term. < Two " " ... 10 0 I, Each additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 19 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements under 5s in value, will only be " booked...

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State of Sydney Markets A. H. PRINCE & CO., Market Wharf Stores, Sydney. Wednesday, Dec. 9th. 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 10 December 1881

State nf Sydney Markets A- H. PRINCE & CO., M.u-ki-t Wharf Store*, Sydney. Wc-liiosday. De.-, iitli. ISSI. ll AY. - l'est oaten. rv r.s. and truces 4-. lid. to 3d New.-is. Cd. tn ."N. od. Mi- limn .:¡>. 3d. m -K (id. Best oaten, huies ... ... Vs. od. tn IN. ut. Mi ??.limn, do. ... ... ... <K od. HUN. od. t>a:rii and wheaten.do. 4s. »id. tu V*. nd. New wheaten, hali s ... <N. ud. t.. IN, ul. N.-\\..:i.iai <V wheaten sheave* Ss. ad. to 3s. Til. Medium and mni-r snit-; ... IN. nd. mu-, dd. LLCI;I:M:. -- Í I IN--- .3-. od. tn :u. v.l. Mi'diltm .l's. dd. tn l's. ;id. rr;.nv- grivu.3-.. ul. tn 3s. Cd. Sheaves ... ... ... IN. o.l. tn (N. nd. C 'if A ri". - Su| "'i .'ir.Vs. ul. m ci. Medium ... ... 3-. Cd. tn 4-. 3d. Int't-nm- .IN. IN. t.. II-, nd. Ml ;iw .-hatT.3<. 3d. tn 3s. Cd. V¡< iuri;,ii (_I>:IL;S in).IN. ul. j,, IN. Od. STIIAW. I'. ii. s .3s. lid. i.i 3s. Md. limul:.s ... ... ... 3s. ;».;. m+». u<l. « ...

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

ÎMtESH T KN nails ABK INVITED BY THE COMMUTKK of the HA VVKKSBU1.Y EACE CLUB tor tua K ll l'A Tl ON of a DKKHY STAND, On the Hawkeshury IL.¡.eecour.se. Plans and Specifications, and other particulars can ho obtained from the uudersi_rned, and to whom all teuders must be delivered by the evening ot Wednesday, the L 1th instant. C. S. CCEST, Sec. li. IL Clnb. Richmond, 1st December, 13^1. 1> EME M BER TO NIGH L' X _ PROFESSOR GIBSON'S AGENT'S LAST NIGHT IN TOWN. Toothache. Headache* Earache* Cured free of charge, instantaneously. Willr¿c2Ívj pitienis trie of che *e at Cjh crjft's Hotel, RchnuaJ, thi^ day, Saturday. Erection, of Post and Telegraph Office, St. Mary's, South Creek. Department of Public Works, . Svdaev, 7th December, 1881. TENDERS will be received at tliis office, until ll o'clock on Tuesday, thc 20th December next, for erection of Post and Telegraph Office, St. Mary's. South Creek For full particulars see Government Coze'te, a file of which is kept at every Police Off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

J. S. Abraham's Pills, (DANDELION). THE GREAT LIVER REMEDY, AND successful substitute for Calomel or Mercury. Podophyllum, and all Noxious Drugs. Famous as a Restorative to Health. Famous as an Invigorator of the SyBtem. Famous for the Cure of all Dis- orders of the Liver and Stomach. Most famous as the only Tonic Aperient that never gives cold. And the most delicate of either sex, in all conditions, can take them. Be Careful not to Get Imitations. IN BOXES, ONE SHILLING. Invented and Prepared only by J. S. ABRAHAM, At the Laboratory, 434 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. ^OUTH COAST AND WEST CAM O DEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY, Limited. COMMERCIAL STORES, SUSSEX STREET SYDNEY. To Merchants, Grocers, Produce Dealers, and Country Storekeepers. BUTTER.-We are constantly receiving large consignments of the very best BUTTER from nearly all the important dairies of New South Wales. Buyers of this article will find it to their advantage to purchase from us. Country storekeepers forwarding orders can rely...

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CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

CLIPS. A monster hotel has. just heen opened 40 miles from New York, ft is seven stories high, and has 1200 rooms. There are Íi4 miles of pipes running through it. and the dinner table looks empty whrn 7000 sit down to dine. The heaviest soldier in the British r»rmy (Roberts) is an Irishman. The champion pedestrian of the world (O'Leary1* is an Irishman. The champion oarsman of the world (Haitian) is an Irishman. The cham- pion swimmer of the world (Boynton) is an Irishman. As a proof of the extraordinary heat of the last summer in England, a date palm, a tropi- cal plant, was on July '22nd found growing in an open field near Salisbury. On being taken up, it was found that the roots had penetrated thc soil to a depth of l t inches or la inches. It is supposed that tho seed was, uith some coal ashes, carted from one of t lie horticul- tural establishments in ¡he city. The Attorney-General lias ann mm ced-it as the intention ol' thc Governtv.ee.t to institute criminal proceedings agai...

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Railway Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

Railway Time-table. Leave SYDNEY for - Riverston.! | Mulgrave. !MI i.V.; 0.20 m. Saturday adi!., Windsor J L. t.", P.M. Sunday. 12.1.1 A.M. (AU Clarendon sc!, down at Clarendon.) Richmond j Leave, for SYDNEY from - Richmond...7.1.") A.M.; 3..VI P.M. Saturday add., li. Kl P.M. (Sets down or picks up at Claren- don.) Windsor...7."27 A.«. j 4.G P.M. Saturday add., 0.52 p.v. j îlulirrave ..7.37 A.M. ; 4.lt» P.M. Saturday add., j 7.1 P.v. j Ri verstone... 7..12 A.M.; 4.31 P.M. Saturday add., 7.20 P.M. Blacktown...S.i'O A.M. ; 4..VJ P.M. Saturday add., 7-TH P. M.

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEW'S (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

Religious Notices. STT M ATT FTE WS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) F<H-RTH SUNDAY IN ADVKNT. WlMlsuK. ^ MonimjrServ-ii-.'. 11 a.m. R: \. W. STRETTON J-iviMiiii'j- Sci \i<-<\ an<l ll»!y ' Communi'Mi. 7.-'5<l p.m Ci.vnKsHAi.K, :i. p.m.. R«'v. I". W. Suvtum. Nc Servi--"'. Mr. A. Munin.

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ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN* CATHOLIC CHURCH Ko i "RT H SUNDAY IS ADVENT. YVixnsoH- Ot c. IS, 7.30 a.m., Rev. S. J. A. Sbfeeliy ,.11 a.m. ., ,, ~ |>.m. Richmond. Friday, at '.» a.m. REV. S. J. A. SHEEHY.

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WESLEYAN METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

WESLEYAN* METHODIST. WINDSOR.-Dec. I Sil», ll a.m._. lie v. M. Mnc~. 7 p.m. Rev. Ii. Mack. RICHMOND.-3 p.m.. Mr. T. Anderson. 7 p.m.. Mr. W. C. Gam bri!]. ENFIELD-ll a.m.. Mr. T. Anderson. KUEEAJONG.-2.3« p.m., Mr. W. C. Cambrill. WiLBEUFuKCE.-3 p.m.. Rev. H. Mack. UEV. H. M.-.CK, Chairman of Ciicaic.

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RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. 14TH DEC. 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

RICHMOND BOROUGH COUNCIL. J4TH DEC. IH^I. Present: The Mayor, Aidcrmen Cobcroft, | Price, Onus, sen., and Kelly. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con- firmed. CORRESPONDENCE.- From Colonial Secre- tary, asking for municipal statistics, &c, for compiling Industrial Progress of New South Wales. II. I). Travis, re-contract, stating time four months to complete thc work, and respecting to signing bond. T. Arkinstall. Applying for stall to be erected on Park on day of athletic sports. Letter received and permission gtaitted. Thomas Peppercorn, re water supply for town. Letter received. ACCOUNTS.-Maurice Power, contract and extras, March-street, £G5 12s. The extra was struck oft", and £62 5s. allowed. !). Carter, balance of contract and ' xtra, Chapel- j street, £ >8 7s. Tl* extra was struck off, ! and £57 2s. allowed. Report from Finance j Committee re above accounts was received. Question by Aid. Cobcroft, "What is the amount of funds to the credit of the Cou...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sabbath Services : ll a.m., 7 p.m. Week Evening Service. Thurs'luv, S p.m. KEV. W. MATTHESON, SI:N.

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Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 17 December 1881

Richmond. DUST OH ! Truly, we are just now suffer i,' . a <!u*t plague, which :..;t!.ing can abata bat u drench h. ir rai-.i. mn. only would r an iifiK'iii us i:. Uns j'-sptvt, Wut iii many ..'ho > ah-... WAST OF WATER.- This want is now sadly felt; the "Water in the lagoons is now lower than it has been for many yean past, and unless rain comes shortly, water will have to be pruught from the riv» r-which means money. Money or no money, water mast be had, not only for drinking purposes, but for sanatation, and to the poonr classes we are afraid this means something the reverse of cleanliness. It is true, theic are a ftw verv good wells in the town, but that is no reason why good rain water should be alloAVed to How away at its own sweet will, simply for | vant ot saving. Yet it is so ; and it is one of the sins that botii Richmond and Wiudsor have to answer for. In the suburbs between Parramatta and Sydney, nu man thinks of handing over a house to a tenant without a ta...

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