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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Mako, 5/3 to 5/6. Chaff, £7/10/- to £8/10/. Bran, 1/4 to 1/6. Pollard, l/4co 1/6- < Onions. 10/- fo^M^. í " . . Oâten^^^^^^^^^^;^;: Straw; «Î 4o M]mw * Peas (blue), 6/- to ty. Peas (Yorkshire), 8/- to 9/. Oats, 4/6 to 4/9. Barley, 4/6 to 5/. Turnips, 4/- to 6/. Potatoes, £8 to £9. Early Rose-(seed), 12/- to 12/6. Brownell (seed), 8/6 to 9/6. Hungarian millet, 6d to 8d per lb. Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld to If- per lb. Planters' friend, fid to 6d per lb. Wheat, 5/- to 5/6. English Barley, 4/9 to 5/3.

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LANCER RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

IiA-NOEE EIPLE OLUB. A meeting of the members of the above club vas held ac the Orderly Booms, Windsor, on Saturday after- i noon last. Lieutenant Walker occupied the chair, and lhere vas a good attendance. A communication was received from the secretary of the College Club, stating that it proposed to form a, Rifle Association in the district, and asking for the co- operation of district clubs, and also asking for delegates to be nominated, it was unamiously decided to co- operate in the movement, and Cap- tain Hall, Q.M.S. Clothier, and Corporal Collison were appointed delegates. It was decided that an all day " shoot " should take place on Saturday, 20th, at the 500, 600, 700, and 800 yards ranges. The rifle match set down for Wednesday last between the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club and "JJ" Rich- mond Company was called off by the latter. The Civilians' were much disappointed, having made a lot of preparations for the match. 'A match between the best ten and and the next thirteen ...

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

RIVERSTONE. Terrible hot and windy days were experienced here this week. More like.the middle of summer than spring ! Mr. 0. Mortley, late secretary of the Riverstone 0. 0., has asked us to in- form the different secretaries who have sent him correspondence that there is no club at Riverstone this season. Two meetings were called, but nobody turned up. We hear that Mr. P, Berry, late night officer at Riverstone, has left the railway department. Mr. 0. Giles is relieving Mr W. Gillard, the night officer at the local railway station, who is away on a fortnight's holiday. Mr. Giles is a returned soldier, and went in the same contingent as Messrs. G. Dickson and J. Gosper. He does not remember Mr. Gosper being drowned, but re- members Mr. Dickson dying in the hospital. If yon want a pair of comfortable fitting boots, and a pair that will see yon through the winter, give your order to C. F. Mortley, who turns out nothing but the very best article.* Mr. J. Rone's poultry yard is becom- in...

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Whist Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

I Whist Tournament. I The whist tournament, now being played at the Windsor School of Arts, was commenced on ! Wednes- day week, when about thirty mem- bers were present A good deal of interest was centred in the play. Following is the result of the firet round : Hughes and Cobcroft beat Barker and Brown. Mayne and Dick beat Chandler and Padley. J. H. Bloome and E. B. Walker b. A. Hannabus and J. Hull W. Perry, and J. J. Paine b. J. Lamond and A. Grimwood. W. Campbell and A. Ranger b. F. Campbell and J Pendergast. A. Stearn and M. Wheeler b. W. Moses, sen., and W. H. Hull. F. Broughton and J. Ward b. E. Fowler and A. Greentree. B. Ward and T. Lobb got a forfeit. A. D. Fowler and G. Podmore a bye. The second round commenced last night, the drawing being as 'follows : D. Mayne and T. Lobb v. R. B ! Walker and J. H. Bloome. Archie Hughes and W. Campbell v. W. Perry and G. Cobcroft. A. Ranger and G. Podmore v. F. Broughton and Bruce Ward. A. J. Stearn and M. Wheeler v. J. Ward and J. Di...

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VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

VINEYARDS. The late rains have done a great amount of good, and the grass is growing fast. There is plenty of water now, though the bigger creeks have not started running. We hope for more rain. A general meeting of the parish- ioners of the Vineyards church will be held on Wednesday next, when the matter of arranging a date for the annual Sunday school picnic will be discussed ; also any other business that may be brought for- ward. _.

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FOR THE DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

Winds or , ^ Nixon to i^ry «nd arrangei Ä match between ïhé dogs, ; andi afte* talking of the matoh, he said to Nixon, " Did you say I was no b-- good ?'L and Nixon replied, *'Yes, I did say it, and I will say it again=--you are np b-good." I told him I would hit him if he said that, and Nixon said, " Well hit me." It was after he said I was no b-good that I hit bim. We got into " holts " Eather pulled me off. I don't known if Eather has any feeling towards me. He caught me by the coat and pulled me on to the ground. By Mr. McCauley : I simply went to Nixon to arrange a match. I had no intention of having a row with him. Did not go to see him with that intention. 1 hit him about three times. He hit me, too. I have not charged him with assault, but with insulting language. I came to .the court-house to summon . him, and whilst I was there the police gave me the summons against me. I did not hear, before that, that he was going to summon me. I did not hear Nixon say, " What if I did."...

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The Baitle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the manage- ment of the Cyclorama decided to replace " Jeiusalem" by re-erecting the masterpi?ce of Cycloramic Art, the " Battle of Gettys- j burg," which caused so much excitement here some years ago. For the lest four years j America and Europe have been searched for j a scene fii to replace Jerusalem and jollow j " Gettysburg," but nothing could be fouud that would not buffer too much by com- parison. A South African scene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being expresred by Cyclorama visitors to see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it in any part of tbe world could be found-to re- erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city will, after recent events, find a special interest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a most facinating novelty to the Hall of Illusions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph films, make up a splendid ...

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Wiseman's Ferry Police Court. 8TH SEPTEMBER, 1902. Before Henry Wilson (chairman), A. Wilson, Chaseling, sen., Chaseling jun., and Henry Walker, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

Wiseman's Ferry Police Court. 8TH SEPTEMBER, 1902. Before Henry Wilson (chairman), A. Wilson, Chaseling, sen., Chasehng jun., and Henry Walker, J.F. Ernest Humphries was charged that he did at Maroota on the 28th August, 1902, wilfully kill one head of cattle, to wit, one red and white bull calf, about three months old, the property of Francis Watkins, valued about £2, with intent to steal the carcase thereof i Hr. E. B. Walker prosecuted lor for the defence by the ae^ father, (William Humphries}, and his sister (Rosie Humphries). The evidence was most voluminous, and the case lasted from 10 a m. till 5.30 p.m., and the depositions wera taken by First Class Oontstable Middleton in a very creditable manner. Both attorney ß addressed the court at length, and the Bench, after a brief retirement, returned into court and committed accused for trial at Parramatta Quarter BesBions on 26th November. Bail allowed, self in,£40 ! and one in £40, or two in £20. ] _

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ABOUT A LOCAL BACEHORSE ACTION IN SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. JOHN CHASELING v. GEORGE DORSET WOOD. CLAIM FOR £600 DAMAGES. VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT. (By Our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

r. f ACTION IN 8UPKEME COUBT, SYDNEY. JOHN CHA8ELING v. GEOEGHB DORSET WOOD. CLAIM FOE £600 DAMAGES. VERDICT FOE DEFENDANT. (By Our Special Reporter ) I' *1 Aa interesting action, based npon the alleged seizure of the racehorse Beesting, was commenoed in No. 2 Jory Court, Sydney, yesterday week, before Mr. Justice Pring and a jury of four. The plaintiff in the case was John Chase! ing, and the defendant, George Dorset Wood, both farmers at Windsor. The plaintiff 6et out that he aued the defendant for that he seized and carried away a certain racehorse of plaintiff's, and disposed of thc animal to his own usc, piaia l ~ tiff being prevented (wm ruuuing the horse *.'. in_a certain race for which it had been C entered. Plaintiff said lid had lust money, which he had expended upon thu training [ and preparation of the horse for thc raoe, and ' had incurred expense, and was put to gi «al Ítrouble in obtaining the return ot' the buree which, it was alleged, was injured and |;' diminished ...

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

Physicians AND Chemists RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TCNIC WITH GOOD RESULTS. The COBB of Miss E. A. M. INSKIP. (BT OPE REPORTER.) " When I was living in the country,'" said Viss Ethel Annie May Inskip, of No. 57 Grove-street, Leichhardt, to our special, "J was always healthy and strong ; butshortlj after coming to Syduey I lost my appétit and then got weak, aud had headaches from morning till night. Up to this time I ha>< not the faintest idea what insomnia wa» Uko, hut when sickness came I hardly gol any rest. Dreams of the most dreadful kind always took a promiueut part in any sleep which 1 did happen to have, so that I awoke feeling just as tired as when I went to bed. I used to hear about the timidity of girU without really knowing what it meant ; bu. before long I was as nervous as any of my sex could possibly be. I was afraid to be left by myself, while even in the daytime J sat iu a state of terror, with nw nerves all of a trem le, and yet 1 did not Know what caused them...

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

rUSB STEAMED B0NEDÏÏ8T, tor General Orchard Munaring, lío. 3 BONEÜTJBT & BJLiOOD( a Quick Acting Nitrogenous Manure, Ho. 5 BAW BONEDUBT, the best tor Grapes and Oranges, in good condition. Ho. 7 Ö0MPLETE FERTILIZER, for fassions, Strawberries, Tomatoes, etc. PEAÄNDJTUBNIP MANURE. GENERAL PURPOSES BONBDDST, NITROGENOUS RONBDUST. BBIED BLOOD (Dessicated and Sun-dried). DESSICATED MEAT WORKS MANURE. .- ' SULPHATE OF POTASH, KAINIT* NITRATE OF SODA. AU Kinds of COMMERCIAL FERTILIZE BS quoted for. ALL MANURES GUARAN TEE D as per proposed " Manures Adulteration Act." Manufacturers of LEEDER'8 SPRAYING COMPOUND, the Best Spray and Tree Wash. for Full Fitalais k P» address tat to ip WORKS, EPPING. FURNITURE. "TjUJBNITURE of every description and JD quality may be had for CASH or TERMS made to suit Purchasers. One of |T and beet assorted Stocks in select from, and REGULAR : up-to-data Furniture continu PriceB to suit everybody. Ipàrc' a few lines kept in great variety i BEDSTEADS fro...

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

H ? R. 3. MANAGER. Great SALE OF FOOTWEAR. GREAT REDUCTIONS NOTE THE PRICES OP A FEW LEADING LINES Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes, 2/11 Ladies' Kid Buttan Shoes, 4/11 Canvas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slippers, 6d Bad Lace Boots 7/11 Blucher Boot?, 3/11 Cossacks, ö/6 Gents' Real Calf Boots, 8/11 Gents' Tweed Bals, 6/11 Boys' Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY STYLE. WE ARE THE. BOOT PEOPLE, TEA! TEA ! ! TEA!!!, Try One Pound of our lld. Tea; Equal to Tea Sold at ls. 6d. per lb. Save Tour Money and Shop at tile, Richmond Boot CQJJ. HAWKESBURY STOM AND BA£$$X. FIRST PRIZE FOR BREAD At the HAWKESBURY SHOW for TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION against All-comers. The Bread at thÍB Establishment is Manufactured upon the Laestt Possible Up-to-date Improvements. Orders for Small Goods Promptly Attended to? florie but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. JOHN DÜNSTON, PROPRIETOR. WILLIAM POPE, MANAGER. The Dunston-Pope Fruit Co. (SUCCESSORS TO JOHN POPE & CO.), WHOLESALE FRU...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

WISEMAN^ FERRY. This week has been exceptionally hot, some days being 90 degrees in the Bhade. There hare also been a few westerly winds. The latest topic of the day here is the rumored wedding of a young couple residing at Webb's Creek. On Sunday last a very promising state school lad, in the employ of H. A. Wilson, «« Avoca,"-whiht being conveyed to the Windsor hospital, whence Dr Gibson had ordered his re- moval-died of peritonitis, -fie was buried on Monday evening, in the new cemetery, the funeral service being read by Rev. W. H. Bogers. The ceremony was a very impressive one, and a great many young folks attended. Mr. Tess Greentree acted as undertaker. Mr. Joe. Daniels, of. Morpeth, has been in our district for the past few days trying to rent paddocks for starving stock. TJp to the present he has not been successful. Alleged cattle killing case heard at the local police court on Monday last, occupied nearly the whole of the day. Mr. B. B. Walker, who appeared for the prosecu...

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FORRESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

FORRESTER. The recent rain has brightened up the face of the country, and aleo lightened the hearts of the people. The grass is growing up nicely, al- though the number of stock is greatly diminished. The orchards here are looking well since the rain, and although the fruit i is xather small, still there is som* to ! send to market. The many friends of Mrs. 0. Hobbs j will regret to learn that she has been very iii for the past few weeks, but will be pleased to hear that she is now recovering. The men working on the North Dural road, in front of the Labor Settlement, are making good progress. This road, when finished, will be a great boon to the settlers and farmers generally, as it badly needed the re- pairs which are now being effected. Quite a sensation was caused here on Sunday last. For a consider- able time looked like a tragedy. Mr. Smallwood was riding down to the river, close to bis farm, and when near the bank saw some clothes, which he recognised as belonging to a son of ...

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Eazear and [?] WINDSOR SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

WÍÑD80E 8HTPBSI0E PUBGIO SCHOOS j The aboyé fchool presented a gay ippearauce on* Wednesday afternoon md eveningr A bazaar and children'» »noert were held, the object being to raise funds with which to provide the jhildren with a tennis court. The boys have a court of their own ; the teachers have a court of their own ; and it «as decided to likewise set the girls up. The movement was inaugurated and managed by the teachers of the girls' school-Miss Macintosh (head mistress of the girls' department), Miss Sutherland, and Miss Gosper. They were heartily assisted by the head-master, Mr. J. Davis; by the other teachers ; and by the girls and their parents. The bazaar was held in the girls' weather-shed, which structure was at one time the girls' school. The opening was set down for 2.30. By that time there was quite a large gathering. Seats were provided iu the shape of the school forms, which were placed in rows on the ground in front of the bazaar. The Hon. William Walker, Chair- man...

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

MASSEY-H AR RIS HIGH-GRADE FARM MACHINERY. Mey-Harris* f Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring - Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Toothr Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Soufflera-various sizes and styles Plows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star" , Binder Twine L Traction Engines and Threshers IPEY-PRIIIS CO, United, 36 taring, Sydney. 0. 8. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. MANURES FOR MAIZE AND ALL CROPS. PlO TATO MANURES FOB BEST ACES OF POTATOES WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED ssxxtx.xs'sns FERTILISER (Yield-10 TONS 12 CWT. 2 ORS. per acre.) Two Unmanured Acres Only Yielded 7 tons 6 cwt. 1 qr. and 3 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 24 lbs. each. THE WINNER OF THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER. (Yield^-10 tons 7 cwt. 2 qrs. lOlbs ) £f* See " Agricultural Gazette,...

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THROUGH SOUTH AFRICA. A Trek with the 2nd Regt. N.S.W. Mounted Rifles. V [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

THROUGH £OUTH AFRICA. A Trek with the 2nd Regt. H.S.W. Mounted Rifles. (BY TROOPER G. F. MORTIMER, OP RICHMOND.) V. Shortly after the column arrived at Klerksdorp, it was announced that Major-General Featherston haugh was selected to succeed General Sir Bindon Blood as G.O.C. of the district east of Pretoria, as far as Komati Poort on the Portuguese East Africa border. This meant decided promotion for our popular general-a fact which afforded great pleasure to- all the troops under his command. Before »leaving the general expressed his high apprecia- tion of the manner in which the 2nd N.S.W.M.R. and 3rd Bushmen had performed their work. At midnight on the 22nd orders were passed around the camp that eighty men from each of the five squadrons of the 2nd M.R. and oí the two squadrons of 3rd Bushmen were to hold themselves in readiness to entrain at half an hour's notice. ?V^t 6a.mvO« the 23rd we received $*8*H^HTO in cheerful spirits, the nl||jjaarched-ifi the | pouring rain-So the s...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, SEP. 12, 1902. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, SEP. 12, 1902. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. Quarterly licensing court on October 8. Yesterday there was ft " Darling shower," followed by a few drops of rain. There are openings in this district for a couple of factories. Mr. F. Barnett, postmaster at Mount Victoria, son of Mrs. B. Barnett, of Mac qutme-strcet, is spending holidays here. Thc Member for Rylstone and the Premier had a great " go in " in the House last week. E. A. Pye bas opened a splendid assort- ment of tissue paper, all colours, Pd per dozen.* Owing to illness Mr. J. B. Mitchell has buen unable to supply us with the usual budget of his " Trip to Japan." It will be continued in our next. We can put philatelists on to a splendid stamp album, containing about 1,200 stamps, the face raine of which is £$. The owner will sell cheap. Apply " Herald " office for full particulars. ¡for Children's JBacking Cough at night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, ls. 6d.* Mr. W. Armour has the contract for painting Mr. ...

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

Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and (Sold. Fit, beauty and natural appearance . guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the «¿traction of stumps If desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONiS UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notiee. CONSULTATIONS FEES. TEE DBUG DEPAETMEHT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with acooracy and despatch, Your Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke O lasses and Goggles la all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for Nev South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania, Successor to the Late Mr. E. Ooley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. WALKER, Commissioner for Affidavits. ROBERT BU...

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"The Snowball." A FARCICAL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS. RICHMOND AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. A SPLENDID PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

.. *.«....!fca£L&jar»SM>JL.. -*-MR.. a^*,*,« *..< " ACTS, " ."»*-. BKJHMOND AMATBÜB DRAMATIC CLUB. A SPLENDID PBBFOBMANCB. For a considerable time past the members of the Eichmond Amateur Dramatic Club hare staged a scries of fine plays, but the production of the three-act comedy, " The Snowball,'' on Friday evening last was ad- mitted by all wno saw it to be the best effort yet made by tb is clever company. A large, fashionable, and appreciative audience com- fortably filled the School of Arts, and, judging from the repeated outbursts of ap- plause, it was evident the entertainment was being enjoyed. It was without doubt an artistic and meritorious presentation, The caste was as follows :-Felix Featherstone, Mr. Horn ; Uncle John, Mr. Allison ¡ Harry Prendergast, Mr, Stevenson ; Saunders, Mr. J. Ed wards ? Mrs. Featherstone, Mrs. Horn; Ethel Granger, Miss Pryke ; Penelope, Mrs. Benson. Shortly pat, tbe plot of the play is that Mrs. Featherstone and ber sister ...

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