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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

.LOCAL AND GENERAL. To » ai.iCAxs.-Licensed victuallers are requester to return to the L \. Oflu-e. 49 ITunter-street, Sydney-, the perjtnuí 'lonni, re Licensing Bill, with which they were recently supplied. FLUTER TO TUE POKE AO A TN.--This ¡enter- prising Jarvey has added auotlier First-rater" to his fleet. She is of great beam» and pre- sents a bold side to the enemy. She is tcatf (janit rigged, and is engined and steered nt the usual manner. This clipper trill run he tween Port Royal and Pott Station, the same as other craft of the line. HYMENEAL.-On Tuesday ¡mother of these interesting events occurred in our town. As there has been a considerable spell since the previous event, female curiosity was on the qui vive, between the hours of 11 and I The contracting parties were Miss Laura A Barnett, of George-street, and Mr. John Smith, of Penrith, brother to Mr. T; S. S milli, M.L.A. Everything was en regie, and the great Ryan laid on his fleet with the skippers in gold handed chap...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

BAWKESBIRY CîlRONICLE; A WEEKLY PAPER, Conducted on J liberal Principles. Published every SATURDAY MORNING. Circulated freely throughout the Hawkesbury District. Temporary Publishing Office :-GEORGE STREET, fTINDSOR (Late B. ISAACS). ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Fridays. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Single Copy-TWOPENCE. Per Quarter, Booked... 2s. 6d. in advance... 2s. Per Half-year .4s. 6d. ,, ... 4s. Per Anfinm ,, ... 9s. ,, ... 7B 6d. Subscribers names can be enrolled at any time. Txzits OF ADVERTISING : o* i ( Five lines or under ... ls. »ingie i Ten Hnes or orer 5 2s Insertions. ^ Fifteen lines " 10 ... 3s. Twopence per line for every additional. ADVERTISEMENTS MAY BE INSERTED WEEKLY AT THE FOLLOWING BATES PER QUARTER. (One inch space ... £0 18 0 Long Term. <Two " ,, ...19 0 l^Bach additional inch 0 5 0 Advertisements ordered for twelve months carry 10 per cent, discount off above rates. N.B.-Advertisements ander 5s in raine, will only be "booked" to re...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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SPARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

SPARKS. Is this ter-utli? The '. Gol lodge Truth teller" issues a supplement now. Said supplement has an illustration--Lake George." which lake, it is said by the Rev. li. Abbay, " was not in existeuce twenty four years ago." This comes of haviug " supplements " made to order. That complicated hash, the " Indepen- dent /»/Ä-spe.llng company" are so bent upon being humorous (Oh!; that not one of its eight editors can hud time to read over their muddle. William the impracticable cuts his own throat deeper every day he lives. With all his conceit in his own literary ability, Parkes' Public Instruction Act will be known when the Devil and the Governor" and sundry other small publications shall Inive long been forgotten. Good for you, Mac ! As an old niiuer. 1 «in plainly see that li meick is the M.D. that can doctor up the Mining Department. Now is the time, boys, ta undo what some of tho abortionists did in ** Happy Valley " aud .* Home li ule " days. Tho Hon. C. Campbell, speaking on ...

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PINS. Cum grauo salis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

PINS. . ~ Curh §rano salis.* * ' ! AVAILING myself of an incog.-in order !o disguise my Mephistophilian appearance-I effected an entry through a ventilator, into j ihe abode of the saints, or at any rate next door to it. ( was rewarded. I am always ; amused at the wonderful diversity in human- ity-especially in mattera religious ; a thing, hy the bye, one would think there should he almost perfect uniinimtiy. Is this diversity a proof that humanity is so infantile in its propor- tions that it can do nothing of itself-that it is always blundering about in a most insane kind i of way for some clever head, and firmer hand to tike charge? This probably, is a correct j conclusion ; and hence wc have our Parkes' r;!i3 Vaughan's, Bismarck's and Gambetta's. They possess the clear head and firm hand, ! i id so lead other poor mortais by the nose j Ahithersoever they listeth. Just so! There S .ire some very clear headed and firm-though soft-handed ones among those who are ! ¡esigmtcd tiie ** ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. FODDER CROPS EOR FARM STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

FARM AND GABBEN. FODDER CROPS EOR FARM STOCK. Mr. James Manning of Wa- raguhra saya: " Labour is tot) ut ar :n ;nis ¿ a >? UM die food ol''bat kind b r c w - . .;' . ws I ie ;» ~:M .!'. H a ... . r.oige v,f I. : : ? v I . ' ? ??" ti. . . ... ..tcriug < »l.->iia¡j:e, «i.e. ' by i l-i-:¡¡;;. ?. . .-.' Hil thm own lab.)uv. «-> i- ; « \v:!i not pay.'1 "By nw experience I in-vi-r o t- ? - ;. scythe to feed my dairy bcd with .ir*, tricia i foods. 1 provide aban. a:.c« . i u.a..'.«« u.iii ¡ w inter feeding for them in the simpe of sorghum, I given bari ey,'and even mangels (sugarbeets); but I make tbe cows do their own hanresittig taking care only to provide small and suc&ls sion of paddocks, so that they do not vaste wliat is provided for them. Nothing is bet|e] for milch cows than mangel wurzel, Jeal^ especially ; but at the colonial rates offlárai it would reqnire a very high price for blifjpp to attempt to feed any considerable numherfal cows by picking or c...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Chronicle And Farmers Advocate
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POTATO GROWING IN THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 24 December 1881

POTATO GROWING IX THE COLON IKS. ' FOR potato farming in the colonies, it ca. he said that I lie crop is grow» under tlie mo." favourable, circumstances ; and that, while tl' quality as a rule, ot both large and small c: m, is about as good as can be found in any cou:' n v on earth, nowhere is it more ..ecess:.rv * apply all the skill known in this branch ot cu livalion. The requirements for potato everywhere are loose, triable soil, with a h lier admixture of vegetable matter, and as great absence as possible of clay.. At Wurtramb... " and Belfast, whete extraordinary crops are grown, and have been yro^n on the same la¡ for over ¿O years, it is still found as necessary, as in less favoured place, to bj careful in pre- paring the land, and, above all, in studyinu ¡the time ot \ear, in ordert«» secure timely I rains for the growing crop. At Warrnambo .1 ! 10 tons ner acre is not au extraordinary yield for fifteen, and even UO tons per acre have been got there, one or two idee timely"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

All-England T- Hawkesbury. fllHE All-England Eloven, having arranged X to play 22 of tho District of tho Hawkesbury, it is hereby mtified for public inf .roi'itinn that the Practice Days at Fair field, Windsor, ta se oution, are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, commencing each dav at 2 o'clock p m. Th« ninteh will take place in February next, and thu Cricketers of the District are requested to niert for Practice, with, a view to an early «election of a team worthy of the District. Il KN UV MoQUADK. Hon. Secretary. St. Matthew'« R- C- Church. ON Sunday, New Year's Day, tho Organ presented by W. McUuade, Esq., will bo played for the first time at Mass. Missa Cantata at 11. Several Ladies and Geutle lueu, from Sydney, have promised their services for the Choir. Vespers, suug by the Choir at"7. A Collection, for the Chaucel Window will bo made at mass. S. J. A. SHEEHY. Borough of Windsor. TENDERS, are invited from parties will ing to supply 4,000 feet, of stone, for Kerning and Gutte...

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Poetry. IN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Poetry. That creel tyrant, com monly caÜsi lisaUi, Whose Mew so straiurelT stops thc traman breath, Ha* eittmâ the spirit of a friend to wing flfewgftt to whim be natos w* fear the ming gM^apynyar-where eternal day TO boped, will abide ott those releases' frost elsy. ita'bWqulaty cheeses oar eonmos doom I slaw rev oar day« tu"! swallowed fa the tomb i AtsW abort nan s» sped aaa we so« gone, Kotow* isleft except the onùnbiing«tous, Which wara* the stranger, ia bis strength and prida. :J»nnsacha year wsU*»d, and «rcb wc died. J«*n Hill«, a gcnialfriead, is gone so rest, A heart ne'er best within a kinder bru»«. A friend to virtus and a fue to vice. Ou points of houoaressjuistelf nice; ' His thoughts were «vcr bent on doing food, tie helped tba nasty wier* and when fas «oatit. Tba causai wonna bc dressed with witting bauds. The broken limb wa« strengthened with Us bands, Be never shrank, though slcklv fra* histidine, Krotn helping those he helped so When ht cane. ^"Tbe railway meeting,...

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CLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

CUPS. The Hon. Thomas Garrett nts original If a compositor. He wa*- oom at Liverpool in j 1830, and cirae lo Sydney in 1839. fie J served Iiis apprenticeship in Mr. James Rcjd-f MÊfe*SSf%£w&_ ....... . , *i»brf»W] Cbjui^ oTCocarorit»^ In 1871 Jw waa foiioeMtgfctwit» « feertitta ¡ but in 1874 be ie-«nt#r»i Ptrrthétwrt, and rwlred the Fort- [ b% pf Jft-ftfWwf; J*** i» the Eobertwn. Ifot^ ^rri^fawt oj the following vear. | tbi»i>? b^ Wi^'w^'liw bealtb mit b» look- * trip f otto " mother " coontry ; : Jla#«s«fce rf^Ubliriiment of hü health be reláptérl to tbe colony and entered Farlie mmña^M.Í.Á, tor .Shoalhaven, where bi« pemer hu been jettied for many yean, it (errie« Grmtier.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

CRICKET. A cricket match was played on Tuesd y, the 22nd inst., between the Carlton aid Warwick Cricket Clubs, on Mr. Crowie;'* paddock, und after a close match resulted in ! a victory fur the C .rltons by one wicket aid j 19 mus. The following arc the »«ore* ; WARWICK. - First innings. J. Pender, c Linster b. Bell 1 Cornwall, b. Bell . H. Keyes, st Mack. G. Freeman, h Bell ,. A. Wa ker, b Mack ll. McPhee, M Mack . S. Wood, b. Mack . K. Wood, b. Bell . J. Bannister, not out ... Bye». Second Innings. I G. Freeman, c and b Bell H. Kevcs, c. Fox b Bell... A. Walker, b Mack ; E. Wood, b. Mack Bannister, c. Bell b Mack I S. Wood, st Mack A McPhee, h Bell A. Holmes, not out lives... . Grand total, l.'O. CARLTON. First Innings. B. Fox, c and li. Freeman 'li. Perry, run out ... K. Mack, c Keyes S. Mack, c Freeman \V. Bell, c Freeman J. Sheens, b A. Walker ... W. Liiislcy, b. Freeman ... W. Dunstan, b Kcye* ... il. Kippax, not out Bves. Second Innings Fox, c Keyes . Iv. Perry, c Ftccman ... ...

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To the Editor of the Haukesbury Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

To the Editor of the Havktthury ChrmiOe. " Laugh when I laugh. I aeek no oilier ; Jaine; , j j j The cry j» up and scribblers are nv game." : SIB-Errata, otherwite known a* the correspondent of the Cumberland Inàtptn drnt, hos dared aguin to appear in print, and for what 1 Considering the whole' of hie weak and virulent ribaldry, it presents no other substance than this-Veritas is a liar, and withul 1 da not dare defend mysrlf against his accusations, ile makes allusion tu the adage, " Assume a virtue if you have it not." - Yes, but my friend assumes that he is saiie, which he ls not. It is quite feeling to' behold how this .redoubtable knight whiùes! about being stung. Pshaw! Could ire! spoil a rotten egg ? or soi. au AraVs breeches by pelting them with mirv ? . Hesides, it is better fur me to sting (at least in my estimation, and as he will have it, I hare dune) than for him tu whine alter .thc favour* of the ¿ian Who once ordered him out of his house. There is another base asser ...

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[?] STREET QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

ttrtév .'. .... -» , j..,; >..*}. .. í .. i "Pótitóés' :% - 8 í¡ . . .... fis. (kl. to fis. 6di Butter- .«» .r-.::"'''"l.."' 0«. Id. to Os. 8<L _Únete .» ' . ..,';?}.*"... od. to'*s. "Od. "7s. Od. to Ss. 01. i

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Windsor Postal Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Windsor Postal Timfe Table. ? feMWV'^MIari Wednesday, Tborgdav, 'A-, , FHoV,'6»AÛMlày, -ra^.t UQ.*.R>. aad7.S0p.ty. , I>4rn«n*lta"J|Al^^TtM*dajrr Wwtoeiday, Thors, day, .Friday, Saturday, *t 11.80 a.m. and 7.30 , .p.m. ,. :, " '.y. ? ' ' I íliohmlind...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tuurj day, Friday, Saturday, atti a.m. and 4 p.m. ; Pitt Town...luopday, 8 p.m.» Tuesday, Wednesday, 4M p.ni.^TJiíiratlay, 8, p.m. j . ÎViday, Satur dat Wilbei ieré>r¿e..'.ílonaa*, 3.16 p.m. ¡ Tuesday, S p.m. Wednesday', 3.18 p.m.i Thursday, 7 p.m. friday/S.lta.ni.í äatarday, 7 p.m. Blaokl*Kn,..iIooéay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs d«y,^iday, Sathrday, at 11.80 a.m: RÍT8rtU«e...'SuJ^»í Tneisday, Wednesday, Thurs day, l'riday.'SwBrday, at 11.80 a.m. Idnlj^vo.,.Monday,-tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday, Saturday, at f.30 p.m. '. . Depart lor Sydney...Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday ' ' Friday, Saturday, at O.SOo,m. »nd 3.30 p.m. Parrarnarte,.Monday, Tnaaday, ferfñeeday, Thurs. -4ay,.liViday, Sa...

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RICHMOND POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, [?] [Before Messrs. W. [?] and [?]. E. [?] P.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

moBMomfOhicE JSOUBT. FUMY, OiciMct 16,1881? « [Befóte Hetm, W. láwrnck »»d ' . K . JohnWarrick, of Richmond Dottom|f>M chuged with keeping an unregistered dog. Owe proved, and defendant fined 10s. and 8s. 64. costa. . ,,. ;),.,<.) -JJ I. ? -,,«< .??..<?> <tr Police v. Edward lilly. Riotous beha viour. Beíendant írnsd Us.. »d Ss. aCd. eoiti, or 84 hour». Paid.

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Religious Notices. ST. MATTHEWS (CHURCH OF ENGLAND.) SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

Beligious Notices. ST. MATTHEWS (ClIUECU OF ENGLAND.)- , SCKDAY AFTBR CHBICTMAB. WnrosoB. ) ' Hoir Communion, 8 a.m. I »nd ll ».m. >E*v. ¥. W. Sí«ITTON Morning Service, ll a.m. 1 Evening Servioe.'.äöp.ra J Childreu's Service, il p.m. CLYDESDALE, 3. p.m., Mr. A. Martin. ; ....]''. ..? ' -

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ST. MATTHEW'S, ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY (NEW YEAR'S DAY) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

' BT. MATTHEW'S, BOWAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ', . ' ' SUNDAY CKTO-'Ye»'*'» DAT). ' . ' ' vYnf»so»-Jan. 1, 7.30 ».m., BOT. S. J. A. Sheehy | " " 11 a..in. » M ' I,,m* Bichmond, 9 k.m. Friday, June 6. WinUoT, ll a.m. 7.S0 |>.m. Richmond, 9 a.m. » . KEV. S. J. A. SU EEHY.

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Sydney Markets. [?] PRODUCE SALES. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

. ...*?(*? ¡.-.-i . s-. y ....¡..-.; .. v ;_: ^ '.' 'I ¡' 1 ' '^^rïcsdAy evening, !' ;f- Straw, jn-tjalîa- . ' *8if0d. I» '3s. 64. in bundles ' ..: " 'M. 6d. I" 3«k H " ? Wheaten elfeares 's'-, rt . . ..;. ; ¡¿al-J0d;'t» Ss. 4d. i j.. Oaten'áttboS-cs' ' ??. j» V.. " 2e. 4d:<to Se. ßd, . *W,if) ...fvî..*4 '.'uü-,'<. V'V.o.i? .'../i i i

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Windsor Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

iChàieie jwóclius. per dozen 5B. Od, to Os, Oi. .».S««***) "a*ÄS - ... Ot.ftl. to Os. Od. iJisTtiooM1! Ji'>"»;'' -.Ji>.. a.. . Wui^sor, DacBtobir 80. i , i-.,;*s.»aNoo».o.a,, »} flf'lOd. tn Vs..lld. Ä 34, io tMM. ? i Os. !Ôd'.'to Os. Úd.

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PINS. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate — 31 December 1881

[élfíáí líreibrái w? ,iVe ^c%*?«Ä'?'-#»¿1 hrftat 4i\U quite f<>ffi<^^|ÍE|^B.$)íe':Í1^>J Stíóu cîerk cati -catch the; liw^^è ^ñi' ' the wittie»« box." The général nilê^hv'^raç-; tice, we should say-i» to inform the'jnisón'er who complains that he cannot hear what ^htf witness savs, tiiat he shnll hear it all in'oopaj 'AiÉf^^Yi^l^éi^Sijí'^, fergetHn/tp^f Uie rrt fling is not for tfce%enefl.¿^>f. thç "W"M so.ier, but i»!' the perish who. 4#, taad'r'.'t'îçl deposition.0 *-íríear, hrtir!~ «ny. Ir'fcnd-^eitJ done, Hti'tj{ër\4treeti ? fFhpre «m p^^ thqlré} abominablei farce and «liam, than thu^mjn 'sKjiuiil stihd arraigned for an offence, ¡arid yet-BQt permitted to^J^r what j^stii; againgt chilli, owing..to |he;'r^ogpj"r in which witnes»ès. are permitted' to mumble or whisper on; thnirt ievidonce. i J\ea1Jy» ;iV#D\ into,some i.f i>u.t;| \'v<m.rifi. qf'Jflsjfceiftohc woiild imn^nw ;íth^sj I either a pnv<^ô,,/|rÀ<v4i^-roo'pj,...

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