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

Recial Lines «^T0 CLEAR. ANNELETTES. ;k and White Reversible, at 4$d and Black Reversible, at 4¿d an Plaids, at S£d we Patterns, at 5 jd use Patterns, formerly 9d, now 6¿d ped Patterns, from 3£d ANNELS. Edge Electoral Flannels, all wool, from 10 Jd yard ih Flannels, from lld yard " SI ERY. »s* and Children's Ribbed Cash- mere Hosiery, Double Knees, at j lld pair ss' Black CottonJOose, 4Jd ren'B Ribbed Hose, 6d ESS GOODS. le Width Costume Cloths, from ÎJd le Width Serges, 7Jd ed BengaleneB, from ls 6d GRIM WOOD'S. EET1NGS. al Value, 72 inch Unbleached Sheeting, lOJd per pard ed Sheeting, 72 inch, at ls yard ch Twilled, ls 2d yard te" Calicoes, at 2s lld, 3s 6d, 3s lld, 4s lld, and 5s ll per dozen I GRIMWOOD'S. MES' CORSETS. ial Value in O.B. Corsets, usual price 4s lld, now 3s 3d pair. All Sizes. PIES' FLANNLETTE. itdresses, usual price 3s lld, now 2s 3d each, to Clear at GRIMWOOD'S. |argains -IN taPS CLOTHING. /ERY LINE . REDUCED. UNNELETTE SHIRTS From 1B 3d ,at _ trimiDood's WINDSO...

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

Lower Hawkesbury Tea-Meeting. Tuesday, Sept. 16,1802. FIRST TEA, .12.80, SECOND, 6 o'clock. The s s. Hawkesbury will make the Trip, leaving Ebenerer at 7 o'clock. N. S. WALES LANCERS. No. 6, HAWKESBURY SQUADRON. THE SECOND Annual BALL WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE HAWKESBURY RACECOURSE, TO-NIGHT. De Groen's Vice-Regal Band Engaged. DOUBLE TICKETS, 7s Od ; DOUBLE TICKETS (for Members of Loca^ Military in Uniform), 6s ; SINGLE TICKETS, 6i : LADIES' SINGLE TICKETS, 2s 6J. TROOPER A. STEWART, Hon. Treas. SST ..MAJOR G. TOMKINSON, Hon. Sec. BIKE FOR SALE. ^ LMOST NEW. Will take &. Apply, " BIKE," " Herald " Office, Windsor. TO LET. TW0-STOBEÎ DWELLING, 4 Boom?, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor, lient, 8s 6d pir week. Gae laid on, if required, for reliable tenant. Apply. «.HEBALP" omen. TO LET. FOUR-ROOME D COTTAGE and Kitchen, 40 roods Land, Richmond Boad, Olarendon. Apply, |T. SHEPHERD, moron rt rin TO T&AVEIi THIS ' rflBih irk SEASON AHSIV Through the H...

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PROPOSED ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

es PROPOSED ROAD. tl From same Department, referring to letter addressed to Department of Lands from Upper Colo and Wheeny Creek Progress Association, asking that a road be surveyed-commen- cing at Wheeny Bridge, thence along right bank of Wheeny Creek to CP. No 113, parish of Meehan, thence to Blaxland's Ridge, and connecting with that road between the four and , five mile posts-and stating that the Minister had approved of an amount of £90 beiug noted for consideration, I when funds are available, for work j on the road in question.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. To-day's transactions in the Sussex-street produce markets ..were on a liberal scale for most lines re- presented. A more animated tone pervaded the breadstuff's market, and several orders for wheat were re- ceived from country customers, pre- sumably for stock feeding purposes. Buyers in the city, however, refused to operate, except on concessions, and several lines went begging at as low as 4/10, without business result- ing. The Adelaide wheat market is reported to be easier, with a down- ward tendency, and no disposition on the part of millers to increase their stocks. Chickwheat was difficult to obtain in trade parcels, and was sought after at full rates. Both bran and pollard sold at 1/2 per bushel. Stocks of maize are commanding a moderate amount of attention« Quotations were if anything easier than yesterday, although some hol- ders still demand 5/6. Oats and lucerne were purchased at conces- sions. About 175 bales of the latter were received at the...

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ASSAULT. CROSS CASE—INSULTING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 September 1902

ASSAULT. OEOSS G A.SE-INSULTING WOBDS. William Nixon, j un., versus Arthur Cornwell. Defendant was charged with that he did, on let September, unlawfully assault plaintiff. Flea, not guilty. Mr. McCauley for plaintiff; Mr. Walker for defendant. Mr. Walker said his client had a cross case against plaintiff for insult- ing words ; and, in order to shorten matters, he would like to have the two heard together. Mr. McCauley objected. The shortest way would be for. his friend to plead guilty ! The cases were taken separately. William Nixon, a butcher in Mac- quarie-street, Newtown, deposed : On Monday, 1st inst, at about 10 to 7, I saw Cornwell near the railway station: Cornwell walked towards me and said, "You have a lot to say about me !" I said I did not know that I had. He said*, " If you want to run m6, I'll run you.'^ (this referred to dogs). He mentioned a sum of money for a challege. He said, "You said I was no b good !" I said you can take it any was unable, at the time, to get ...

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

Ald. C. Ausburn on Monday re-   ceived a wire from Gosford to say that Charles Blattman (an old friend of his) had been seriously hurt by a gun accident ; and in the evening he was shocked to get a further message to the effect that Mr. Blattman had suc- cumbed to an operation. A daughter of deceased has been at service at Dr. Helsham's for three years ; and two other daughters were, when the acci- dent occurred, staying with Mr. Ausburn, having come over to spend a holiday. Mr. Ausburn left on Tues- day morning for Gosford, to attend the funeral. It appears poor Blatt- man had been out shooting, accom- panied by a youth named Ullmann, and by an accident he received a shot in one leg. Dr. Jamieson, assisted by Dr. Lavery, amputated the leg, but the patient gradually sank. Deceased had been in the employ of the Gosford council for the past 16 years. He leave eight daughters. Messrs. Guest and Skuthorp's sale af Mr. E. M. Aylwin's property, which took place last week, pas...

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Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

Laying Competition. Mr. W. H. Potts, Principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, writes that " the Minister has approved of < The Daily Telegraph ' Laying Competition, at present going on at the college, being extended for the full year," The following 28 com- petitors have re-entered their hens for ,the year's test:-M. Ward, Black Orpingtons; A. E. Henry, Silver Wyandottes ; Bosanquet Bros., Buff Orpingtons; W. E. Boutcher, Im- perials; Mrs. Gt. D. Cheshire, Black Orpingtons ; Or Kennedy, White Leg- horns ; W. H. TombB, Anoonas ; H. J. Braithwaite, Silver Wyandottes; Grantham Poultry Farm, White Leg- horns ; E. Waldron, Black Orping- tons ; F. Greenwell, Buff Orpingtons ; J. E. Pernell, Buff Wyandottes; E. H. Maxwell, Black Orpingtons ; E. J. ! DaviB (A. E. Scarr), White Wyan« I dottes ; W. Haydon, White Leghorns ; D, Scott, Birrilees; C. K. Horwood, White Leghorns; W, F. Evenden, Andalusians ; Dr. Fiaschi, Black Or- pingtons ; L. L. Ramsay, Black Or- pingtons ; Qr...

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Qreen [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

trict fur Borne considerable time paM wisst^ Church of England. ^Mr. Arthur Massey, the celebrated organist of St Barnabas' Church, Sydney,: presided at the organ, and this grand old in- strument of St. Matthew's was never heard to better advantage. Tho church waB filled with residents from : all paris of the district. The pro- gramme was commenced with a hymn, after which the following items were rendered:-Organ solos, (a) "Grand Coronation Prize March." (b) M The Ijost Chord," Mr. Arthur Massey ; solo, "Les Rameaux," Mr. E. L. Piddington ; violin solo, "Andante," Mr. Huton Moses; recitative, "Open unto me the Gates of Righteousness," aria, "I will Extol Thee," Miss Carlotta Young ; organ solo, * Grand Offertoire in D minor," Mr. Arthur Massey; flute solo, Mr. R. Callaghan ; anthem, Choir; solo, "Nazareth," Mr. E. L. Piddington; violin solo, "Romance," Mr. Hilton Moses ; recitative, " And God said," aria, " With Verdure Clad," Miss Carlotta Young; organ solos, (a) " March Romaine,"...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

RIFLE SHOOTING. Some good shooting was done by a number of the Civilian k Rifle Club on Saturday afternoon last: at the local range. Mr. W. Mortie^ put up 66 a' 500 and 600 yards range, with seven shots at each range. At the 600 yard» he put in five successive " bulls," bib sixth shot being halffán-inch away, and with his seventh-hie again found the bully. Following we the scores : 500yds 600yds Tl W. Mortley .. 82 34 66 F. Oupitt .. 32 30 62 YV. I. Perry .. 2/ 29 56 A. Farlow .. SO 26 56 J. H. Eagles .. 28 22 50 Grand Total 290 The five shooters averaged 58 points, which would take a lôfW beating. W. MOBTLBT'S TA|¡||§#T 600YD8. ??? ;The ' iWmà>:orr'i^^^rf^l''? bave ? possession of the rifle^^^ge to-morrow, when the prise compution ior Sep- tember quarter will MÍeoncluded et 600, GOO, 700, and 00» yards range?. We would like to «se some of the * crack shots ' in the W4ndsor Civilian Rifle Club compete afriliandwick this year. On their present form they could hold their ownv átíyw...

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MILITARY. RIFLE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

MILITARY. RIFLE CLUBS. The prominent place given by Major j General Hutton to rifle dubs in hie new military scheme will gratify all who realise what a powerful auxiliary to the defensive forces of the country is obtainable by training civilians inthe use of the rifles. It is apparent that the commandant fully appreciates the value of the civilian rifleman as soo adjutor to the trained and disciplined soldier. It was proposed to form the rifle clubs into three separate grades. The first will be the grade most closely associated with the military element, and the men of this grade will be offered certain inducements to put in a limited number of drills in the course of the year. The second grade will be a sort of intermediate class between the first grade and the third, or purely civilian rifle shots. So that the only grade taking a distinctive military character will be the first, the others being almost civilian, with probably some drill more or lesa rudi- mentary in kind. By this ...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

WISEMAN^ FERRY. Rain ia badly wanted, the westerly winde haring dried up all the verdure we had. r Some few months since we had three butchering businesses down here, but, owing to the scarcity of cattle, they have all closed up. «ow yn haye tp- :i\bjí^^j^¿^|jál^ Rumour ie Hawkesbury iäver Navigation Company have purchased the Warragamba steam boat, formerly used as a passenger boat on the : Nepean. They intend running her ; from Colo to Windsor, which should ; be a great boon to the river people. | Mr. F. Brault, with his well-known j cinebiograph, visited the Ferry last j week, and secured a very fair audience j A travelling pugilistic crowd also i came along, but they did not give sufficient notice, hence it was not a success. The folks in our village were very ! much amused last week, when a caval- cade entered, consisting of a dog attached to a cart, a man harnessed to the shafts, and a woman pushing at the rear. They told your scribe they had travelled in that fashion some 3,0...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

Church Servi tres. t - s SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7 Bev. S. G. Fielding. Vineyards, 3.30, Mr. Arthur Blacket. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell-Price, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, ll; St. Stephen's, 3; Heights, 7. Rev. M. Gray.' St. Albans, 7 ; Higher Macdonald, ll ; Upper Macdonald, 2.30, Rev. H. W. Rogers. Wiseman 8 Ferry, 3, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock ; 2nd Mass, 10 o'clock ; Evening Devotions, 7.30 o'clock. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. A. Williams ; 7, Mr. L DaBb. Richmond, ll, Mr. L. Dash ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. North Richmond, ll, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Kurrajong, 2.30, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. C. Woodhouse. Sackville, ll, Rev. H. Woodhouse; 7, Mr. C. Woodhouse. Lower Portland, 2.30 (Mis- sion). Leet's Vale, ll, Mr. C. Woodhouse. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr, Mappin. Lower Macdonald, 2.30, Mr. J. Walker. St. Albans...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, SEP. 19, 1902. THE WINDSOR PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

8tj¡c fjiafohcstorg Peralb, WiNüSün, FRIDAY, SEP. V.\ 1902. THE WINDSOR PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The above association, which was inaugurated by a public meeting held on September ¡10, J 1H)1, is just terminating the first year of'its career. The annual meeting has been set down for Monday, lïlth October (some three weeks hence), when a review of the year's work will be presented. What the asso- ciation has accomplished will be duly set forth ; also what it has been unsuccessful in, and what it has at present in hand. Amongst the good work accomplished may be instanced that of the improvements in the railway service. The associa- tion lakes to itself some credit for getting increased service in the shape of a midday train to Sydney every day. whereas formerly such was onl3~ available on Wednesday and Saturday; for getting a midnight trair. from Sydhey put on for Wednesday ; for ¡obtaining a more convenient evening service from Sydney ; and for the establishment of tho Sunday trains. Th...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

bal]fS??/ha8Îo?Sie jwfc few weeks been indiepossa, supering from an acute attack of muscular rheumatism^ % was informed the other day that' thia much-respected gentleman is on the mend, which news I, in common With Mr. Turnbull's numerous friends, bone is quite true. Colo folks are accustomed to seeing j bush-fires, plenty of them-but it ie not often, if ever they see the ground on fire ; yet this was the case some time ago in Turnbulls swamp, where a pieos of land about five acres in extent was burnt to a depth of about two feet. I'he land is very low and was almost covered with large ti-trees, all of whioh were burnt away, root and branches. It was burning for three or four months, and some of our residents, who had been reading of the Martinique disaster, feared a similar catastrophe. Mr. J". Eather started for the shear- ing a few days ago. The finny tribe will have peace for a few months now. Mr. Eather made some good hauls just before his departure. The citrus trees are litera...

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The Public Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

The Public Wants. WHAT OUE MEMBER IS DOING. Mr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the Hawkeebuiy, has kindly furnished us with copie 9 of departmental corres Eondenoe, of which we give a digest elow. From Public Works Department, in reply to a letter from the Lower Portland Progress Association, ask- ing for a bridle track from Colo Ferry to Webb's Creek, and stating that the traffic requirements do not justify any expenditure upon the road. From ßame Department, referring to telegram of 19th ultimo, asking that an officer be sent to inquire into the desirableness of devising some means to prevent the salt water from contaminating the Windsor, Wilber- force, and Pitt Town supply, and stating that an inspection has been made of the river, and it is reported that it is not necessary to take im- mediate steps in the matter, as the water is now flowing over the crest of the weir at Penrith, and, owing to the recent rains, it is not antici- pated that any dimunition of the flow will take place. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

Cash Stores. A. GRIMWOOD. .A. PEW Special Lines TO CLEAR. FLANNELETTES. Black and White Reversible, at 4¿d Red and Black Reversible, at 4¿d Tartan Plaids, at 5¿d Blouse Patterns, at 5¿d Blouse Patterns, formerly 9d, now 6¿d Striped Patterns, from 3¿d FLANNELS. Pink Edge Electoral Flannels, all wool, from 10Jd yard Welsh Flannels, from lld yard HOSIERY. Ladies' and Children's Ribbed Cash- mere Hosiery, Double Knees, at 1 ld pair Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, 4£d Children's Ribbed Hose, 6d DRESS GOODS. Double Width Costume Cloths, from 6¿d Double Width Serges, 7¿d Colored Bengalenes, from ls 6d A Few Pairs of Blankets to bo Cleared at Wholesale Prices at GRIMWOOD'S. SHEETINGS. Spocial Value, 72 inch Unbleached Sheeting, 10|d per pard Twilled Sheeting, 72 iucli, at ls yard 80 inch Twilled, 1H 2d yard White Calicoes, at 2s lld, 3s 6d, 3s lld, 4s 1 ld, and 5s ll por d< zon AT GRIMWOOD'S. LADIES' CORSETS. Special Value in C.B. Corsets, usual price -ls lld, now 3s 3d pair. All Size...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 5/6 to 5/9. Chaff, 7/6 to 8/. Bran, 1/7 to 1/8. Pollard, 1/7 to 1/8. Onions, 9/- to 9/6. Oaten hay, 9/ to 9/6. Lucerne, 6/- 8/. Straw, 3/9 to 4/. Peas (blue), 5/9 to 6/6. Peas { Yorkshire), 7/6 to 8/6. Oat*, 4/3 to 4/6. Barley, 4/3 to 4/9. Turnips, 3/- to 4/6. Hungarian' mÜíet, 6d to 8d per lb, Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld to 1/- per lb. Plantera* friend, 6d to 6d per lb. Wheat, 4/9 to 6/3. English Barley, 4/6 to 5/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

IXT 3D Storekeepers, RICHMOND. We have now Opened up our SPRING GOODS, And Beg to Offer " Exceptional Value IN Prints, Muslins, Zephyrs, ateens, m. Tile Very Latest Designs and Colors are now on view. Prints B>t 4ld. Light and Dark Muslins at 6d. We liave. BARGAINS TO OFFER -IN FLANNELETTES, WHICH MUST BE SOLD AND WILL Cut Priées to Make Room -FOR SU M M M ER GOODS

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. The markets were rather quiet in all departments, operations in most lines being on & restricted scale. With two or three exceptions supplies under offer were ample for require- ments. The market for maize re- mained steady, the inquiry being moderate at late rates. Oats were a trifle cheaper, while other grain lines had more or less attention at quota- tions. Both bran and pollard frere soaree and dearer, each being in re- quest at ls 6d per bushel. AU forage lines were more or less in demand at prices much the same as those ruling for some days past. Potatoes, onions, and turnips were in request at late values. In dairy produce trade was quiet in most lines. The market was practically bare of butter, pending the arrival of incoming supplies. Eggs were a trifle easier. Other line« Bold well at late rates. Wholesale quota- tions were:-Wheat 4/11, maize 5/6, bran 1/6, pollard 1/5 to 1/6, oats 3/6 to 3/7, lucerne £3 10/ to £6, barley 4/ to 4/3, peas 6...

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 September 1902

LOWER PORTLAND. i - Â rather heavy frost was experi- enced here hut Friday night. A lot of yoong tomatoes were destroyed. Mr. Mitchell has ten acres of melons planted. Some of them are up well, and are the first about here. Mr. Lowe also has several acres of new ground planted with melons. The weather has been very windy this last week. A dry summer is predicted by our local weather prophets.

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