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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

ROYAL . . HOTEL, WINDSOR. TSE! RECOGN.ISKD HOME OE1 . . . TOUBISTS - . . FITZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. J. H. EAGLES, Proprietor. TRALLY situated, und renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Kept. Appointed Reception ITousc to the N. S. ? Wales League of Wheelmen Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Beers in stock. BUST BILLIARD BOOM IM TOWN. ROYAL HOTÊÛ RICHMOND. C. F. RIEM ENSCHNEIDER, TUoPUlLTOn. rpHE MoBt Up-to-date Hostelry in thc X District. Nothing but tin: Beet Liquor kept. First-class Accommodation. Cuisine Excellent. Billiard and Sample Rooms. Every Convenience. Windsor Markets. SALE DAYS : TUESDAYS^ -AND ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHAKP. All Kinds of Produce, Fruit, Poultry Gattle> Furniture, &c, &c,» sold, ALFRED RANGER, AUCTIONEER, LAND, ESTATE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, VALUATOR, AUDITOR, Sc ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. £10,000 to I'1 nd tm Approved Security in 6UIUS from ¡C2UU upw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

A GLORIOUS CHANGE. A Twenty-Years' Resident's Testimony. The Case of Mr. J. NILSSON. (BT A SPECIAL REPORTER). In no business place is ¡there a greater variety of subjects discussed than in a hair- dresser's saloon, as all callers ventilate their opinions to the gentlemen officiating with the razor and scissors. But the latter takes hil turn in the conversation as well, and when our reporter stepped into a shop in Botany Road, Botany, Mr. John Nilsson, the propiietor, said : "This blight weather ought to make everybody feel happy, as you say ; but I think it all depends upon one's health. I remember when I used to be low-spirited when everyone I met seemed to be brimful of joyfulness." "When was that?" enquired th« man with the notebook. "Eighteen months ago, when my food failed to have a nourishing effect upon my body. An attack of rheumatism affected my system throughout. For a long time I had not been getting my proper rest owing to the rheumatic pains in my shoulders keeping me a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. Teeth OD Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty «nd natural appearance guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction ol stump* if desired, Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONE UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kindB can be executed at abort notioe. CONSULTATIONS FBEB. - THE DBÏÏG DEPABTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with ail the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Your Sight TeBted and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. _J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. À Commissioner for Affidavits for New Sontb Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Lata Mr. E. (Joley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. W...

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Mepphan's Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

The man who can pull off a £500 prize at an expenditure .of a shilling may be considered fairly lucky. This was done last year in the Eight-Hour Art Union by Mr. H. Mepphan, of Harris Park, N. S. V7. Ai to who is going to be the fortunate individual this year, time alone can tell, but it is well worth having a shot at ; even to pull off a £50 prize would be as encouraging as a visit from your mother-in-law. Mr. E. A. Pye, of George-street, has tickets for sale.

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

Ile fermera wi jubilant, frtgSt^igC ing wiU eomrnenee 1^ Sj Mr. Grant, ^rôd superintendent, paid a vmi^Wa^Wgfy en toute to Singleton's Mill where a gang of men are at work-raider the able euper»« vision of Mr, L Woods-bridge arti road buUding, -Mr. Grant has nfti» provision for the unemployed in this part of the diet^ot- . . t . Dr. Gibson paid the ferry iTv$ît! on Saturday last, having .been called to "Avoca" (Mr. H. A. Wilson's residence)' to attend one of the children who was seriously ill. The doctor ordered his removal to Windsor. Currently rumoured that the s.s. Thistle has been ordered out of Webb's Creek Dy her owners, Messrs. McKay Brts.; also that her destina- tion will be Cowan Creek. Messrs. James and Riobard Jurd arrived from Moree on Wednesday last, whither they vent to see Mr. John Jurd, who is dangerously ill. They report that he is no better, and cannot last much longer. Their many friends sympathise with them. Mr. Ahearn, accompanied by bis brother-in-law, Mr. Spou...

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FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

IWBíHM «Vori dewtipUon «nd dismay be hid for CASH or made to snit Purchasers. One of ¿ABGE8T and bett assorted Stocks In Colony to select from, and BEGU&AB MES TB of up-to-date Furniture continu miring, at Prices to suit everybody, llowíng are a few lines kept in great STEAD8 from the cheapest to the best brass and pearl mounted .DING, Fibre, Wool, Flock, Kapok and Horsehair ¡8T8, three to eight drawers, all colors BOOM SUITES, Pine, Cedar, Mahog- any, Ash, and Walnut PETS, in BquBres, or to fit roomB, in endless variety > PBAPES and other Hangings, pretty designs and patterns IN G Boom Tables, ordinary or Telescope IBS, Austrian, English, American, and Colonial SBOABDS, plate-glass backs, handsome designs, any color ¡BMANTLE8, Walnut, Bosewood, black and gold, and gilt OLEOMS, Oilcloths, Matting, all quali- ties, beautiful patterns DEBS and IRONS, Steel and Black Brass and Nickel mounted INO BOOM SUITES, Leather, Horse- hair, and Austrian WING BOOM SUITES, Silk, Tapestry...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

MARSDEN PARK. last Friday, and speaks highly oJE the institution and its management. ! Mr. and Mrs. Mas Wurcker and family have been spending a week's vacation with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Angle. Mr. Wurcker brought from his warehouse in York-street, a concert gramophone, which could be distinctly heard on the outskirts of the village. Mrs. F. W. Bosward, who lately left the district, has opened a dressmaking .academy at Petersham, and by all ' accounts is doing remarkably well. Mr. W. Wiggins is gradually work- ; ing up a good connection in the wood business. He has private buyers in the metropolis, and last week travelled to Chatswood and secured the trade of a wholesale establishment. Mr. J. G. Pigg, late of Marsden Park, has been promoted to the- posi- tion of manager of the Excelsior Land and Investment Society, vice Mr. Jarrett, deceased.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

THE Cuele Home, George street, AU Kinds of Repaire Promptly Executed. (jg- SECOND-HAND MACHINES always on hand from £3 upwards. E. HAYES. BIKES! BIKES! A, A. Woods (CARE OF H. R. HILL), RICHMOND, IS the LOCAL AGENT for BENNKT1' & WOODS' CELEBRATED BICYCLES aad is prepared to receive orders for any style of SPEEDWELL Machine from £13 10s to £23 10s. These Machines are con- sidered the BEST IN THE WO LD, and persons thinking of buying should see A. A.\A before gjing elsewhere. Any Trial Given Repairs Executed. Sundries Kept in Stock. Second-hand Machines for Sale. CASH", or EASY TIME PAYMENT. NOTE THE ADDRESS : MARCH-ST., RICHMOND. RICEMOND DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) BI'.GS to inform the Residents of Rich- mond that he has pnrchaecd the above Business from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and Respectfully solicite a continuance of their patronage, THE BIORMOND DAIRY HERD is recognised as the Best in the District, and the PUREST MILK i n any quantity can 1 e Snpplied. Cart runs round Richmond tw...

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Windsor Police Court. ROW OVER AN ASSYRIAN HAWKER. SEVERAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

m K ¿OW ¿VER A» Àm*UX ?P£ HAWKER. I; SEVERAL OASES. Before Messrs. J. Ross, T. Lobb, and W. Hull, J.P., on Friday last, Elizabeth Sonickson, a widow who keeps a store at Marsden Park, sought ^to get an Assyrian Hawker named Jimmy Molabox prohibited from goiug to her shop again, as she was apprehensive of violence at his hands. Mr. Paine appeared for plaintiff ; Mr. McCauley for defendant. Plea, cause to show. Several other cases arising out of this one were set down for hearing -all for alleged assault. They were : Molabox v. William Smith. William Smith v. Molabox. Molabox v. Edward Green. Pleas in all, not guilty. At the outset Mr. Paine wanted all the cases taken together, but Mr. McCauley objected. However, it was later on decided to lump them. Mrs. Sonickson stated that on Saturday, ltith August, Molabox, a hawker, came to her shop, and was using language. She could not per- suade him to leave. The customers tried to get him out. She had to send over for Mr. Witts, the school t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

Windsor Sohool of Arts Opera " Trial by Jury," TO DB FOLLOWED lil' A CONCERT -AND THU FARCE, " LEAVE IT TO ME,'1 -WILL TAKE PLACE ON - Moqday Eveqing, September fl. TJCKETS, 2i. and ls. . . Front Seats may be reserved at li. A, Pye's, 6d extra. GEORGE McCAÜLUY.-v. Hon. Secretary. N. S. WALES LANCERS. No. 6, HAWKESBURY SQUADRON. THE "SECOND Annual BALL WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE HAWKESBURY RACECOURSE, -os Friday Night, Sept. 12, COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK. De Grocn's Vice-Regal Band Engaged. DOUBLE TICKETS, 7s Gd ; DODDLE TiCKETS (for Members of L-;ci1 Military in Uniform), 5s ; SINGLE TiCKIiTS, 5s : LADIES' SINGLE TICK HTS, 2s 6d. TROOPER A. STEWART, Hon. Treas. SGT.-MAJOK G. TOMKINSON, Hon. Boc. FOR SALE. TäE KTE \M LAUNCH " LOTTIE. Any Trial Given. Particulars, \X. HUMPHREY, Lower Portland. Wooster's Be. 2 PURE STEAMED BONEDUST, for General Orchard Manuring. No. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, a Quick Act ing Nitrogenous Manure. No- 5 BAW BONEDUST, 'be best for Grapes and Oranges, io good co...

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Stud Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

Stud Notices. The attention of stock owners is directed to Mr. Timothy Reay's an- nouncement in this issue regarding his bay Clydesdale stallion, Bonnie Boy. The horse was bred by Mr. Reay, and has a splendid record. He is rising 4 years old, and stands 16 J hands high. Bonnie Boy was bred from imported stock, the strain run- ning back for 60 years. He has remarkably short legs, with the very best quality of bone and hair of the xipht Bott, and a descendant of the splendid points he " inherits. Full particulars can be obtained from the advt. The champion draught stallion, Royalist II., belonging to Mr. M. J. Waters, of Richmond, will travel the district this season, commencing from next week; and there is every pros- pect of his having a successful season, in Royalist II. Mr. Waters has a noble successor of his old champion, Lord Lyon, and everyone who has seen him declare him to be one of the finest horses ever introduced in the district. He ÍB a splendidly shaped bay, 6 years old....

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

^¡féfí^^e 'press reporteandarticlei '^"ßim^S » äwire tppaj H a visit, and partake of the grea lessons which it has to teach W< now frequently hear of the desire tc form visiting parties. On Wedneeda} the following member« of the Mulgravt and Vineyard P.A. visited the institu tiort-Messrs. 0, J. E. Forssberg, A, White, H. Jone*. J, tfray, F. Foster, "W. Farrell, J White, 0. Eubery, T Hancock, and W. Hanes. They wen met by Mr. Potts, and shown over thc lecture rooms, library, gymnasium, electric lighting plant, and stables Lunch was then partaken of, after which the visitors were shown the vegetable garden and orchard by Messrs. Sutton and Alford. Then the poultry section was explained by Mr. Thompson-one of the party buying a brown leghorn"1 rooster. The piggery, under Mr. Daly, was next visited. Then came the dairy and milking sheds, where the latest steam milking machine was seen at work. Mr. Potts and the various experts were kept busy Answering questions all the time. ...

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[?] MR. HENRY WOODGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

OBITUARY. MR. HENRY WOODGATE       On Thursday of last week one of Windsor's oldest and most respected residents passed away in the person of Mr. Henry Francis Woodgate, of Macquarie-street, at the advanced age of 87 years. The deceased, who was a native of Kent (England), came to Australia in the year 1841, and settled down at Windsor, where he had re- sided until his death. About five years ago deceased's wife died, at the age of 80 years. Miss Woodgate, of quarie-street, is the only surviving child, and has looked after the aged parent for many years, although up to the last almost his iron constitution had kept him in the best of spirits. For many years he worked in the em- ploy of Mr. John Tebbutt's father, and was always found to be a most trust- worthy and hard working servant. For some considerable time past he had resided with his daughter-in-law, Mrs. George Woodgate, and when, a few weeks before he died, sickness compelled him to lay...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

mié ?mù^friitàïft Gospel Tents Mission from the 12tli to the 24th of November at Richmond. Mr. J. Onus is about to return and live in Bichmond, at "The Oaks;" in Francis-street, recently occupied by Mr. Powell. It is feared that the headquarters of the 3rd Infantry Regiment will be re- moved from Bichmond. This will be a big loss to the town and its trades- people. We haps the new colonel will use his influenoe to have it retained here. At the last meeting of the council it was decided to gravel Windsor-street, j from the Commercial bank to Hull's corner, as soon as funds are available, at the cost of £30. A good entry has been received for the billiard tournament at the School of Arts. The priée of one guinea is being presented by Mr. L. J. Holds- worth. Mr. A. Woîdhill, an old and esteemed former resident of Bichmond, paid a visit to the town last week. He seems much improved in health. Mr. B. Patterson is re-painting and renovating Messrs. W. Mitchell and Son's building in Windso...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 September 1902

DEATH. HOLLAND.—At her residence, Windsor, on September 1st, Julia, relict of the late Daniel Holland, aged 83 years. " May she rest in peace." THANKS. MISS WOODGATE conveys her most sincere Thanks to all those friends who kindly assisted her during the illness of   her father, the late Mr. Henry Francis Woodgate, and desires to specially thank   Dr. Callaghan and Mrs. Brinsley Hall   for their kind attention and many kindnesses during her bereavement. THANKS. MRS. G. WOODGATE, of Macquarie- street, Windsor, desires to tender her sincere thanks to all neighbours and   friends who so kindly assisted during   the illness of her father-in-law, the   late Mr. Henry Francis Woodgate.

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NEGLECTING TO SEND CHILDREN TO SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

NEGLECTING TO SEND OHIL- i DREN TO 80HO0L. John Smith, of Marsden Park, was summoned /or. neglecting to send his child to school for the requisite number of days in the year. Out of the 106 days that the sohool was open the child attended only 48. Defendant's wife, who appeared for him, pleaded sickness at home to be the cause. Fined 2/6, with 7/4 costs.

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THE [?]ESBURY. Winssor [?]llbe Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and T. Primrose and J. Ross, J. P. NEGLECTING TO PAY MAINTENANCE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

\\\\¡ \ >:\i)i\[rl : Before Messrs. V. R. Wilshire, V.U., and T. Primrose and J. Ross, J.P, NEGLEOUNÍJÍÓ PAT MAIN- TENANCE ORDER. George Hayman vas charged with neglecting'to pay an order of the court recently made against him for the support of his wife. Defendant acknowledged the debt, and said he was willing to pay, but could not. He could not help himself. He had been sick in the hospital. He asked for time-a fortnight. The Bench wanted to know how the wife would fare in the meantime. Defendant said he was getting re- j lief for her from, the Benevolent Society. Fortnight's time allowed. The amount, including costs, was £1/15/10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

Owners of Stallions are requested to gire the " Herald " Office a call, or communicate with the proprietors. ADVERTISING BATES REASONABLE j

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

1 ]paxpln Ju¡fÍ&rá at work planting - grain. ? Mr. Beuben Greentree has leased [ Mr. P. Byan'a'stallion (which is a Tory ! .fine animal) ior the coming season. i Petty thieving is still being carried on in our midBt. One night last week, whilst Mr. A. Greentree was away from home, a quantity of som and chaff was stolen out of his shed. A truss of hay was also taken from Mr. B. Hall's farm. It won't be good for the offenders if they are caught. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Freeman's Beach Progress Association was held in the school hall on Thurs- day evening of last week. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Several of the senior members made good speeches, in favor of improvements and ad- ditions to the locality, which they ex- pect soon to have brought into effect. Se veral gentlemen were nominated and elected to membership. The list of members of the Association is now a very long one. And still they come !

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Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

........ , , Board, ooimeting »l^liief Inspector O. E. Bennieí>heAro>Aii) andi Mesare. Franklin and JSagar, war« present at the Windsor Oourt House on Thurs- day, Friday, and Saturday «I last | week, and considered the eases given below : - ~ APPBAI8BMBNT OF CAPITAL VALUE. CP. 85.1, 100 acres, and CP. 86.22, 80 [ acres, respectively, Michael 0'Keefe ; ap- j praised at 8s 4d per acre. CP.76.8, 40 acres, and CP. 76.36, 41} ] acres, respectively, John Mason ; appraised at ISB td per acres. O.P. 78.17,10 acres, and CP. 85.39, 120 { acres, respectively, Patrick Hession ; ad- journed. CP. 83.4, 40 acres, Robert Smith ; ap- praised Por. 192 at 6s per acre. CP, 87.16,66 acres, Robert 8mith ; ap- ] praised por. 79 at los per acre. CP. 86.17,80 acres, George Jas. Weaver ; j appraised por. 90 £1 per acre. CP. 86.39,100 acres, George Jas. Weaver ; | por. 74 6s per acre. CP. 87.29,40 acres, George Jas. Weaver ; ] por. 94 15s per acre. CP. 86.18, 40 acres, John C. Wigginton ; | appraised at...

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