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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
BIGSMONI) MIRY. (PROPRIETOR) BEGS to inform the Resident« of Rich-1 mond that he has purchased tile above Business from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and ! Respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. j THE RICHMOND DAIRY HERD is j recognised as the Best in the District, and the FOREST MILE in any quantity can be Supplied. Cart runs round Richmond twice daily. PURE AND UNADULTERATED.
COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
COLO The grazing lands, orchards, etc., are now unmiatakeably showing the benefit they have derived from the recent delectable downpour of rain. Mr. T. Jones and family have shifted from The Wheelbarrow to Upper Colo, and are How redding on Mrs John Jones's farm. We wish them every success in their new residence. Fish are very plentiful 'just now, and the ' evergreen' Mr. Gill has made some good hauls lately. Mr. Peter Kemp (the world's ex champion sculler) and family intend shortly removing to Sydneyjto reside. Their many friends will deeply regret their departure, for they are highly respected in all quarters ; and none of us will like losing our one-time marvellous oarsmen. Corn and melon planting are being proceeded with, and farmers generally are busy. Extensive patches of melons are being planted by numerous local farmers, and a busy time is anticipated for the river-trading boats during the summer months. Mr. W. Jones intends to make things fairly hum with the sawmill which h...
Cricket Union. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
Cricket Union. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I cannot understand why some (not many, if we take as a criterion the first meeting of the union) cricket, ere in this district are so anxious to revive the cricket union, knowing right well, as they must, that it was the union that crippled cricket in the district before, and that it will, if re- established, do so again. The clubs of this district are too scattered to play in a union. Where several clubs are close together, a union is undoubt- edly a fine thing, but, when they .are compelled to journey a long distance, it happens that some of the best men cannot go, and thus they suffer defeat because they are short-handed. But when two clubs have the power to arrange a match for whatever day they please-instead) of having the day fixed for them-they can arrange (to play when they know their mea can all roll up. When the late cricket union started there was plenty of life, in Hawkesbury cricket, bui the union soon knocked the life out of it. Th...
Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
Church Services. SUNDA F, SEPTEMBER li. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7 Bev. S. G. Fielding. Vineyards, S.30, Mr. L. Barnett. St Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell-Price, Boral Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Bichmond, B ; St. Stephen's, 7. Heights, ll j Salis Flats, 3. St. Albans, 3 ; Wallambyne Common, ll ; Central Macdonald,7, Bev. H. W. Bogers. Wiseman's Ferry, 7 ; Lower Portland, 10.30, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, MasB.,10 o'clock ; Evening Devo- tions, 7.30, o'clock. Bi verstone, Mass, 8 o'clock. Bev. B. MoDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. C. Gorman; 7, Rev.J. W. Winspear. Bichmond, ll, Bev. J. W. Winspear ; 7, Mr.,C. Gorman. North Bich mond, ll, Supply." Kurrajong, 2'80, Supply. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. M. Myer?. Sackville, ll, Mr. C. Woodhouse ; 7, Bev. J. Colwell. Lower Portland, 2.30 (Mission). Leet's Vale, ll, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr. H. Walker. St. AlbanB, ll and 7, Mr. E. Reckless. Gospel Hal...
Mt. Kembla Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
Mt. Kembla Disaster. I In order to afford our readers an easy method of contributing towards the alleviation of the distress caused by the Mt. Kembla disaster, we have opened a shilling subscription list in aid of the sufferers, «Hawkesbury Herald" steff 10 0 Windsor family ... ... 6 0 H. Pickup. 1 0 R, A. Pye ... . 1 0 G. Kirwan ... .' 1 0 Claude Pariow. 10 W. B. Greenwell ... ... 10 W. Padley . 1 0 Mrs. Bloome. 1 0 Bertie Bloome . IO Nellie McDonnell. 10 J. H. Bloome . 1 0 G.A.C. 1 0 J. O'Brien . 1 0 A Friend . 10 W.Ross . 1 0 "Woolly"'. 10 T. Lobb . 1 0 £1 13 0
The Windsor Amateurs. REPETITION OF "TRIAL BY JURY" AND "LEAVE IT TO ME." ANOTHER SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
tostmfN OF ^fâuon$pH JURY " ARD «'LEAVE IT TO ME.'"'! ANOTHER SUO0E88, fl On Monday evening, at ¿be Windsor School of Arte, the amateurs repeated their recent excellent performance, and again it resulted in a financial success. The hall was well filled,* and the audience included visitors from all parts of the district Having fully reported the enter- tainment in a previous issue, it is un? necessary for us to go over the same* ground again, suffice it to say that the individuals parts were excellently played, and the applause repeatedly given was well merited. The char- acters in "Trial by Jury" were: The Learned Judge, Mr. Gr. McCauley; The Plaintiff, Miss Carlotta Young; The Defendant, Mr. Harry Masters; First Bridesmaid, Miss 8. Pitt ; Coun- sel for the Plaintiff, Mr. A. Stearne Foreman of the Jury, Mr. H. Pit^ Usher, Mr. J. H. Bloome; Brides- maids. Mrs. J. H. Bloome, and Misses Lestelle Barnett, A. Dunstan, A. Boyd, Alma Boyd, E. Oosper, and M. Dun- stan; Jurymen, Messrs. B. F...
MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
I MARSDEN PARK. I am sorry to report the serious illness of Mrs. Wheaton, who is suf- fering from a severe attack of pleurisy. Her many friends hope to soon hear of her recovery. Mr. Frank Pigg, engineer, late of Marsden Park, has been promoted from the s.s. Bega to the BS. Illa- warra. He intends visiting the dis- trict shortly. ? It is our painful task to announce the death of Bruce Earl Bosward, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Bosward, late of this district, and now ot ; Canterbury Road. Petersham.
THE MAYOR'S FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
THE MAYOR'S FUND. I The Mayor of Windsor, Mr. J. J. Paine, acknowledges with thanks, the receipt of the following dona- tions to the above fund, and will be glad to receive any further amounts : Wiseman's Ferry ls. Fund Collected by Mr. P. J. Kelly 1 14 0 " Mr. J. T.Marx 10 0 " Cons. Loomes 12 0 "Hawkesbury Herald" ls. Fund.1 12 0 Mr. J. J. Paine . 10 0 Miss M. Hall, Windsor ... 1 0 0 Miss Dick " ... 1 O^B Mr. C. Holland " ... 10 Q £7 8 0
ERECTION OF A WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
ERECTION OF A WHARF, Fromi»me Öe^t%e|kt, referí and giving information that the Minister had approved that the sum | of £100 be noted for considération for the work, which is to be under- taken, if funds are provided, on the distinct understanding that no ap- plication for dredging a channel to j the wharf will be entertained by the Government.
LAPSED BALANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
LAPSED BALANCES. From Public Works Department, giving information that the Minister hadappro ved that the lapsed balances, as set out below, be re-appropriated from the 1902-3 votes, to meet exist- ing liabilities. Road-Sanders4 cor- ner to Kenthurst, £38; Packman's Hill to Bullridge, £9314s ld. Total, £130 14s ld.
PUBLIC PARK AT RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
PUBLIC PARK AT RIVERSTONE, j From Lands Department, referring to letter-asking, on behalf of the residents of Riverstone, that a sum of money be granted for the pur- chase of a public park at Riverstone -and personal representations on the subject, stating that the Secre- tary for Lands deemed it expedient to allow further consideration of the matter to stand over until the end of August. Interviewed by our representa-, i live, Mr. Hall says he expects to get the work of the Cut Rock deviation started on an early date. He will have a more definite idea next week. Mr. Hall has received from the residents of Wilberforce and Eben- ezer a petition praying that the water reserve known as the common swamp be dedicated as a common for the two places. Probably next week-Mr. Hall is not sure yet-an officer from the water department will visit Wise- man's Ferry for the purpose of selecting a site for a public well. Mr. Hall has strongly represented to the department the necessity for a well, ...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
On Saturday afternoon last a most enjoyable match was played between the Marsden Park and Windsor : Public School Clubs on the latter's ( court. Some very exciting garner ' were played, and everyone appeared to have enjoyed the few hours' pleasure. The visitors were entertained to after- noon tea, and on behalf of the mern- ' bers of the Marsden Park Club, Mr. L. J. Witts returned thanks for the hospitality extended to them, to which Mr. Davis responded in a happy speech. The match resulted in a win for Windsor by 7 games. Following are the scores : Mr. Broughton and Miss Gosper v. Mr. Manning and Mrs. Witts 4-6. Mr. Podmore and Miss Macintosh v. Mr. Lobban and Miss Lean 4-6. Mr. Fowler and Miss Marden v. Mr. E. Witts and Miss Witts 6-5. Mr. Manning and Mr. Lobban v. Mr. Podmore and Mr. Broughton 6-3. Mr. Witts and Miss Thomas v. Mr. Fowler and Miss Barnett 5-6. Mr. Green and Miss McLean v. Mr. Bassett and Miss Macintosh 3-6. Mr. Fowler and Mr. Podmore v Mr. Lobban and Mr. Manning 4...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
FOOTBALL. The members of the Hawkesbury Junior Football Club (Richmond) have decided to hold their annual , banquet on Wednesday night next, ¡ The olub always finishes up well, and 1 nothing is to be spared to make this , year's function a big success. Some time ago Mr. G. D. Wood promised a football to the winners of . the Windsor Junior v. Rover match (the two local dubs). The ball was
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
CRICKET. The first practice of the Windsor C. 0. was held on Wednesday afternoon last. The club has a good member ship,*and should give a good account : of itself this season. i Messrs. A. D. Fowler and H. Bow- man went to Sydney on Wednesday last, and purchased the kit for the : Windsor Cricket Club. A meeting of the Richmond Half ' Holiday 0. C. was held at Mr. G. N. KildufFs shop on Tuesday evening last, when there was a large attendance. It was decided to purchase whatever kit was required, and start practice straight away. It was also decided not to amalgamate with the Richmond Club. At the close of the Castlereagh Council meeting, on Tuesday night, Alderman J. Field presented Mr. A. F. Devlin (Council Clerk) with-a gold medal for the best bowling average in connection with the Castlereagh Cricket Club. In a brief speech, Aid. ' Field said he had promised a trophy at the commencement of the season. It had been closely contested, not 1 being decided until the last match, when Mr...
MILITARY. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
1 BITLE %HÖÜ:TTNG. At the «hootu^nf the^WiwdaOT Volunteer Birle &lt;31ub*t the ip^ range on Saturday last, £ve membert at- tended «nd £reu: though from 500 to 800 yards. Following are the seores : ; m m 700 ¿01 TI. Staff-Sergt Duke ¿12 25 S3 "80 120 Capt. Paine Î 81 38 25 $ I 112 Pte. A. Batler ¿2 29 2Ç 24 lil Lance-Corp. E. Baller SO H 26 29 99 Corp. OUbert 29 29 22 U 94 j
COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
COLLEGE NOTES. Mr. Harris, editor of the "Aus- , tralian Hen," Sydney, and his photographer paid a visit to the col- lege this week. Mr. A. E. Boyd, editor of " Martin's Home and Farm," also visited the institution. The ping-pong tournament was concluded this week, and it resulted in a win for Student Hardack, Student Gowing being second. Full details will appear in our next issue. The junior students paid a visit to Hobartville yesterday, and, after beiug shown over the plaire, were en- tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds. "Visitors to the &lt;kAlege^^vÉ^É^ . the familiar form of Mr. Lees, the porter, who has been connected with the institution for upwards of three and a half years. He was a great favorite with the students, who, to show their esteem, presented him with a very nice umbrella when he was leaving. The young cereal crops are coming on splendidly. Although everything is beginning to look well on the farm, a lot more rain is required. Couch grass is being stacked ...
KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902
The Kurrajong Debating flowety is greatly increasing in membership, Sartly on account of its vigorous, in-. erent vitality, and partly on account of its having recently formed Via cricket club, thus combining musoular development with mental training. The subject of the debate at last woek's meeting was " Home Bule for Ireland," which caused some amusing and interesting speeches. Some of the members, however, maintained a strict silence-profound but eloquent ! The usual monthly meeting of the Kurrajong Progress Association com- mittee was held last Monday night, there being a full attendance of mem- bers. Correspondence from the Hoad Superintendant and the Member for the district, in reference to certain roads and improvements, was read. Several important matters for atten- tion were brought up. The secretary is assured of a busy time between this and next meeting. The troubles that assail the unfor- tunate fruit grower never come alone. The drought nearly ruined him, and now the ra...