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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

FOOTBALL. The first College team journeyed to Stanmore on Saturday last, and there defeated Newington College by 20 points to 5. For the College, Lindsay (three-quarter) scored a try and kicked a field goal, C. C. Bradley (three quarter) tooted two tries, and Barry (half) scored one try. The College team is a very strong one this year, and hat already won three matches. The friends of Mrs. Jack Phipps j will be pleased to hear that she is improving since her admission to the Windsor Hospital. Mr. Blumer, Inspector of Schools, has been inspecting : tfo local superior public school this w^^r'iltWii^ed a few days at the Boyal-hotel, We were informed by à Kurrajong resident this week that trout weighing 4 lbs. have been caught in the Grose. Some of the rainbow species have been seen two feet in length. An excellent picture appears in this week's " Sydney Mail " of Mr. B. Mitchell's bullock team at work ploughing Windsor-street, and several men riding on top of the plough. ,pUcel,o»t W«i...

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COLO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

jj A very unjoyabîe SHck'et qftigrwiu QlA$éL* oj|i tiie Colo wicket betwsen the al eve tetras o| Saturday Wt, wisuliingi'n ii victiir'V^iar Bullridgc by 47 runs. - Tue Colo captain having won tho tua«, decided to bat, and play commenced about 11.30 a tn. An adjournment was nm-ic for lunch about 1 o'clock, C lo having then lost Ove wickets for 91». Flay was resumed at 2 o'clock, and the last five wickets added 32 runs to Colo's previous score, t'.us makiug the total 131. Bullridge then went to the wickele, and tui e of them (including Kunji) having fallen in the first three or four overs, Colo began to entertain very hopeful apprehen sions, but prusently along comes Wes. barber, and, ' lor,' then their rung came 1 He reminded one of the " redoubtable Dumkins" in '. Pickwick," who showed so Utile mercy for thc Dingly Dell bowlers. Wes. played a truly brilliant innings for 122 not out, bis score comprising 13 fours, 5 threes, and 19 twos. It must bc adtnittel, however, that he gave two...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

KIFLE MATCH. i _ On Saturday afternoon la6t the Windsor Civilian Bille Club met the H. A. College Bille Club in a friendly match at the Wind sor range. The condition:, were seven shots each at 609 and 600 yare i ranges. Mr. W. Moses, J.P. (President), captained the former, and Student McKenzie the latter. range thc weather was Bplindid, but at the COO yards a choppy wind blew and interfered with the shooting. The civilians proved too good for the collegians, winning the match by 13G points. At the conclusion, Mr. W. Moses made a few complimentary remarks in welcoming the visitors, and wished them every success. The match had been a very pleasant one, and be hoped the return match would be equally as pleasant. Mr. McKenzie returned thanks for the kindly remarks of Mr. Moses, and the way they bad been met, and hoped to turn the tables next time. Following are the scoies : - : W. C. lt. CLUB 600yds. 600yds. Ttl. F. Cupitt ... ... 29 231 52 ff. Bowman . £6 16 * 42 J. S. Hull . 34 27: 61...

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Saturday Morning at Paling's. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

Saturday Morning at Paling's. One of thc throbbing centres of life in Sydney is Paling's, in George-street, and intellect as represented in the pulture of the divine art maVcs a spirited show. Here one sees all the people who can sing and play and some of, those who imagine they can, and here the social life of Sydney is seen at its best. Fair students whose beauty is backed by wealth are all at Paling's some tiine or other on Saturday morning to see friends and be seen. And then there are thc professors', shorn and unshorn, with many clever and notable men in the forefront. The splendid expansive music shop is always crowded with ladies and gentlemen securing seats for the theatres -Amy Castles and thc Tivoli being the run last Saturday morning ; and up to the last moment all is hurry and bustle, the counters being very much like that of a bank. And what a stock of sheet music is overhauled and sold. But thé activity ex tends all over the premises. On the first floor in the grand s...

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

DRAUGHTS. With a view to reviving interest in the above intellectual game, which was very popular in' this district some twelve months ago, we purpose publishing a problem each week, and invite solutions from any of our readers. The first of a series of problems appears below, and solutions should reach this office by 9 a rn, on Wednesday morning nest, . PROBLEM No. 1. White to move and win. By F. TEBCHELEIT (.London).

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AN UNHAPPY FAMILY! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

AN UNHAPPY FAMILY ! The harmony of the municipal family seems io have been upset since the late extraordinary election. The last regular meeting fell through for want of a quorum. Those who put in an appearance were Aid. Ausburn, Knott, Allen, and Leavers. When the latter-the new blood-came in, one of the others left; the others waited in vain for a quorum. And the spectators-they were numerous also waited in vain. Mayor Campbell had a prior engagement in connection with the Archbishop's visit. On Mon day night the Mayor summoned a special meeting, at the request of Aid. Leavers and Knott, but these two and his Worship were, the only ones to turn up. Aid. Learers asked why* the aldermen were absenting them-, selves: he was told why. Things* ^municijuil are mixed, more's the pity/ for the sake of Richmond. Thel serious publio spirits of the community j must regard the situation with regret, r

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DISTRICT NEWS. The our reporters and correpondents.) RIOHMOND. THE ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

3 j||i*OB^ j f$Hß ABOJJBISHOP'á VISIT, *'.täte èo-kdïùtor Archbishop arrived in Richmond on Thursday night last,' and1 'iras met at the station by the MeVl FatHèr O'Brien, and the church committee. He commenced hu duties b^VrJreachirig et 9 o'clock Mess on Friday morning, at the opening oí the Forty Hours. He also preached a lengthy sermon on Friday night. On Saturday he went with, the" Rev. Father O'Brien' to Kurrajong,' and gave confirmation^ about a dozen candidates, and returned in {he evening and heard ¿ODÍes'-ions at ¡Si'. Monica's. On Sunday morning the' Archbishop conducted Mass' at 7 o'clock, and preached at the 10 o'clock Mass, and confirmed thirty candidates in the afternoon. He dined with the párishoners in the school house at 6 o'clock ih the evening. Mr. Reimen schneider did the catering in á splen did mannèr. The only toasts pro posed'werfe "The Church and State," ":The' Archbishop," " Parish Priest," and"The;Mayor." ThèRev. Father O'Brien occupied the chair, and the ...

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CORRECTION. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

CORRECTION. (To tue Kiiitor"). ' Dear Sir,-Allow mo apace in your valuable paper to correcta statement iii your issue of May 1, wbicb is false and misleading. It is in refer ence to the credit being due to the Ebenezer Progress Association for the Public School beingaltered from a wooden to a brick building. The members of the same had nothing to do with calling the public meet ing, which Mr. 0. J. Ttiekerinan, J.P., and Mr. John Bennett, J.P., convened. Thc meeting was held at the Gospel Hall, and resolutions were passed to have the building enlarged and built of brick or stone. Then, with the member for the dis trict, Mr. Hall, M. P., a deputation consisting of the following gentle men-Messrs. C. J. Tuckennan. J.P., John Bennett, J.P.. Allait Brown, S. A. Tuckennan, William Willow, Charles E. Tnckermau, Edward Mitchell, and the Her. J. D. Brown, waited on Mr. Perry, M'nister for Education, and got the present school built. None of the siid gentlemen are members of the Ebenezer Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

-;--"_--- 'I Taetb on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum »nd (fold. Fit, beauty and natural appear ante ? guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stumps . if dealred. Tooth extraction» and «toppings a spwlality. All Dental Work being DONK UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinda can be executed at «hort notice, i CONSULTATIONS FEES. TEE DEUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Yonr Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses »nd Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavit* for New South Wales, South Australia, aad Tasmania. Successor to the Late Hr. B. Ooley. GEOBGE ST BEST, WINDSOR. Honey to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. WALKES, Commissioner for Affid...

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SMDKE BANDUET AT RICHMOND. SEND-OFF TO MR. GEO. VALDER, J.P. WELCOME TO THE NEW PRINCIPAL [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

^BICHMdWD. SEND-OFF TO JIB. OEO. VAL DEB, J.P. WELCOME TO THE NEW PRINCIPAL A large and representative gather ing attended tba nappy {unction held in the School of Arts, Bichmond, on Friday night last in honour of thc popular principal cf the Agricultural College-who, aa most of our readers nra already aware, ia about to ¡>o tc South Africa as commercial agent for this State-and to welcome Mr. Potts, the succeeding principal, who hails fi om the Southern State, and brings with him a big reputation. Three tables-the guests' across one end of the capacious hall and two long ones down the sides-were very creditably arranged, Mr. G. F. Keimenschneider having charge of the catering. The chair was occupied by the Mayor of Bichmond, Aid. E. Campbell. The Chairman read apologies for Mr. Arthur Price, of Bichmond, who had to go to Windsor for a church function that evening ; and for Mr. J. J. Paine, Mayor of Windsor, who regretted that a sore throat prevented his attendance. Both were ver...

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Ourselves. WHAT BROTHER CHIPS THINK OF US. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

I Ourselves. I WHAT BROTHER CHIPS THINK OF US. We have received, from Messrs. Pinkstone and Collison, the initial number of their new paper, published in the historic township of Windsor. It is a highly creditable pro eduction, there being a large amount of in teresting local, district, and general news crisply written up io its columns. It bids fair to secure a liberal support from thc local business people. It is to be published weekly. We congratulate the proprietors on the good start they have made, and wish their new venture every success.-"Junee Southern Cross." We are pleased to receive the " Hawkes bury Herald," which comprises BI'S demy pages of interesting river district and general news. The editor is Mr W. H. Pinkstone, late of the " Southern Cross," Junee, and formerly of the " Cootamundra Herald," w'hich has in ita 26 years of life given a few young and able journalists to the country ; and he is associated with Mr. F. W. Csllison, a Hawkesbury Cornstalk of ability and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return bis Sincere Thank? to his Richmond and Kurrajong Patrons ior their esteemed favor» at such incon venience to themselves bj' coming to Wind sor, and haß much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPENED A SHOP in RICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to date in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COM PETITION. HORSE EUGS, Colonial Made cannot bc surpassed for Strength and Fit, SPECIAL LINES in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and al! requisites of the Trade. CALL AND INSPECT. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT - STBE E T" SYDNEY. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! J. TTLÄNE, GEORGE-STRF.ET, WINDSOR, LEAVING THE TOWN. Winter Dress Mate-ials at Wholesale Cost. Come and Inspsct. HorrickB's Al 36in. C; lico, 8s lld doz. ; Black Corded Silk, ls lld yard. CLOSING DAV, MAY 17. All Accjunts must bc settlei by MAY 10TH. N.B...

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Correspondents Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

I Correspondents Wanted. I ¡time, we wit! always be pleased to« get j special "copy" from anyone who has the public spirit to write up his or her part of the district. AH secretaries of clubs and iostitutions are respectfully requested to notify us of approaching meetings so that we may sen i a representative or arrange for a report. When a " Herald " man is not present., we want the secretary to be a "special reporter"-every time, By-the bye, one side of the paper only 1 And let? us have M SS. as early as possible ; and on Wednesday evenings and Thursday morn ings, we would always be pleased to get r/ collect " press message " of any late hap« pening of extraordinary importance. Thanking you all in anticipation I Mr. J. Alford, of the H. A. College, returned this week from a»six weeks' trip through New Zealand. The Bev. David Smith, of Albury, will preach on Sunday in the Presbyterian Church.

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Just the Traveller You Want. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

' Just the Traveller You Want. A really good traveller is worth his weight in gold, or, rather, he would be if fae didn't know it. That unfortunate " if " spoils the best traveller in the world, because the better he is the better be knows it. And the more can vinced he is of being a really good traveller (and there never was a traveller yet who had the faintest glimmer of a doubt on that point), the higher his price becomes. Now a man of very moderate ability wants 25 per cent., al! his expenses, a carriage and pair, three months' holiday in the year, an carly partnership, his principal as a father in-law, and a few other trifling advantages. Can we wonder, then, that the really clever one wants just a lttle more than any firm on earth can afford to give him ? There is only one absolutely perfect " Com mercial " iu the world. He has every neces sary quality and attribute. An industry that over tires, au energy that never flags, a per 8&Tcrance that never despairs, a persist...

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DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT, The entertainment, giren in the Windsor School of Arts last night by the Richmond Amateur Dramatic Club, wis a big success. The audience was a large and fashionable one, an 1 included many visitors from Rich mond. Thc p'aying of " In Honor Bound " and '? Ici on Parle Français" by the Rich mond visitors were c editabl : performance*, and equal to anything seen in Windsor for a long time. Full report is held over. Mr. Parry Pickup, of the local psst office, U 8ij tying a month's holiday. P.S.-Please call at Harry Bowman s, and be fitted for a coat,* Tbe mwy Matin <t MrVjame* Bunston, sea« of Pitt Town, will läsgret to hear that he iuu bean very Ul daring tbe patt week or two, Angustlre Laurence, the victim of the Rockdale tragedy last week, was m brother In-law to Mr. K, Maguire, bf the Pitt Town, road. A moating of the Windsor GOD Olnb takes place at the Royal Hotel oh Monday evening next The clan is not likely to survire ito long recess. j A atm of...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

COMMITTEE ME STING. A meeting of the committee was held on linday last. There were present-Mr. B. Hall (President), in the chair, and Messrs. P. H. Ridge, A. Tuokcrman, J. H. Johnston, J. Dunston, W. Mitchell, H. Dunstan, G. Woodhill, E. B. Walker, Claude Farlow, B. Conlon, S. Cox, G. Nicholls, J. V. Duaston, P. Holland, J. Gray, W. Stevenson, J. Dick son, A, C. Hannabus, J. T. Gosper, J. Vf. Farlow, E. Turnbull, B. A. Pye, if. Grccn ! tree, G. Cobcroft, G. D. Wood, G. Davis, J, j Hall, H. Farlow, H. Stevenson, H. C. Es«y, K. Ballard, and J. T. Town. The minutes of last meeting having been read, Mr. Geo. Nicholls drew attention to the omission of two one pound prises agrc.d at last meeting which tv<re decided to be offered for a 4-busbel bag each of large and small variety maize in cjb. Mr, A. 2'«ckerman said that £2 each for 8 collections of fruit had also been ajreod to, bat only £1 for eâch had been advertised. jglp^fa^L JifoY^1"" bought t^e error ocÀ blood stallion pr...

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. (For the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

THE WONDERLAND OP AUS- 1 TEALASIA. [By Kev. S, G. Fielding, author ot " The Southern Light," "Down to the Bea in Ship?," etc] (For the " Herald.") ! The fine, neat boat h getting un steam. She is already half-an-hour behind her advertised time of sailing, and tie " Donkey" engine is fuzing, and puffing, and blowing as though it I were endowed vt ith life, and knew all about the delay, and is iii a desperate hurry to rattle in the last few packages of cargo, and get away from the noise, bustle, and dirt of a Sydney wharf out upon the broad bosom of the quiet ocean, where it would have a few days of peace and rest, comfortably housed under a warm tarpaulin until its services would be again required at Auckland. The decks are crowded with tbe usual motly crowd, consisting of saloon and steerage passenger*, friends and visitors to see them off, porter*, stewards, fruit and newspaper vendors. The Donkey eng ne has stopped. The last bell ring*, which is a signal for friends and visitors t...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

.Hts, JJ, Witts hw returowl írom a trip ito Bathurst, v" '' Mrs! McFarland, of Stanmore, is at present the^ guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bovert Reid,', of Hillview. Mrs. Charlton has had a cottage built in Vine-street, adjoining her son in-law's property. Mr. C. Woodbridge had the contract.1 - Mr, and Mrs. Leitch, of Sydney, spent a few ' days at Sunnyside re cently, being the guests of Mr. and Mrs! Hedley Garforth Mr. Beid recently dug an under ground tank, and, judging by the formation, we think, if he continued, he would probably reach coal. Mr. George Daley, late of Marsden Park, has leased the Horse and Jockey Hotel to Mrs. J. Gourlay. Mr. Duley has done well since leaving here. Mr. Oliver Sedgwick a few weeks ago exchanged his well-known chest nut mare, and we are informtd that the animal died shortly after reaching her new home. First-class Coustable Grigor, of Riverstone, will be in the district shortly in connection with the electoral roll. New residents entitled to vote should ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

, . IF YOU WANT A , . GOOS FITTING SUIT] MADE FROM THE . . BEST MATERIAL, CALL AND SEE H. A. Bowman GEOEGE-STBEET, WTHDSOÄ, Where only First-class Workmanship ¡ is turned out. Second to Hone. -HARRY BOWMAN, Practical Tailor, PIP CoaMuilders $ Implement Malters (ESTABLISHED MABLY 40 YEARS), BEG most respectfully to thank the residents of Bichmond, Windsor, and Surrounding Districts for the liberal support accorded them for so many years, and trust by the same attention to Business and First-class Workman ship-to merit a Continuance of their Valued and Esteemed Support. OUB COMMODIOUS WORKSHOPS are a Guarantee that Every Protection j is afforded to All Classes of Vehicles, coming for Bepair, from the Weather. I Our Working Plant is Equal to Any Shop in the State. Our Late Addition is a Sinking Platform where Absolute Protection to the Felloes Í6 assured from being burnt, besides a great saving of labor and water. VESICLES of EVERY DESCRIPTION Made to Order and Repaired. Qit/\p ¥ KTf* ...

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

lt you want .s> pair af comfortable fitting boot«, and a pair that will see yon through the. winter, give yow order to C. H. MorÜey, who turns ont nothing but the very beat artiole.» * The cake for the Hcndy-Wheeler wedding waa on view in Mr. L. J. Darling's window, for the past week. It was an artistic piece of confectionery. Ur. 0. Mortley intends joining the Wind sor Lancers. HiBs Kale Fletcher, now a nurse at St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, is spending a few days holiday at Riverstone. Hrs. Wendel, who for some time past bas been laid np at St. Vincent's, bas been under Miss Fletcher's care. j A large number of Biverstonites availed , themselves of the opportunity of attending the annuli Butchers' picnic at Chowder on Wednesday. A special tiain left here a little after 8 o'clock and was well patronised. Archbishop Kelly visits Riverstone this Thursday, and will conduct confirmation at the local R. C. Church. Mr. L. Beutel s little son, Richard, has bees very ill thia week wit...

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