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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. «-? .. SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, MOO. CBÜRCH OF ENGLAND. 6t. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.30, Ber. 8. G. Fielding. fit Paul's, Riverstone, 8.30 p.m. . WESLEYAN. Windsor ll, J. 8. Busby, 7.8*, Rev. A. S. flwift-, Bichmond ll and 7.30, Mr. D. , McCoy; Enfield ll, Mr. F. Midson; Kurrajong 2.80, Mr. J). McCoy ; Wilber force 8, Bev.' A, 8. Swift BovAir OATHOMC. Windsor, Mass 8 o'clock a.m., River stone, Mass lovSO *.m., Winisor, Evening .Devotions 7.80. Bey. B. McDonnell COKGEEGATIONAli, Morning ll, Evening 7, Thursday even lng Bs Freeman's Beach, Sniiday after: ' noon s. , .' . ..' "' . - «. . PBESBTTESIAK. "s. TO&inond, morning ll. Dr.ttameroiM .veiüng^ain. iTm^anp ¿80 PML : Ber., J. J, Fergusson. -J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

T. A. JARRETT, - THE - Leatfing \ l\$\4m Tailor, RIVERSTONE. AU Goods of Highest Quality. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. 8AO SUITS PROM £3 3a. TROUSERS FROM 15a 6D. Give Him a Trial. Ploughs! Ploughs! The Lightest and Cheapest DOUBLE FURROW PLOUGHS in the District. A Guarantee given with every Plough, The Champion Horseshoer. Make No Mistake. All Kinds of Implements Made or Be> paired. What You can't get done any where else, bring it to He, and I will do it. _ 1 have the only Lathe in the district for taming iron. T Y REING done daily on best tyreing plates. Wheelwrighting in all its branches. Make no Mistake at Jim Hunt',s GEORGE-ST., WINDSOR. L. W. TURNBULL, Late Bennett and Turnbnll, N.S.W. FRUIT EXCHANGE," Bathurst-street, Sydney. * _ raun COMMISSION AGENT. GENERAL PfiODUOE AGENT. Consignments Promptly Attended to, and the Highest Market Price obtainable for all Farm Prodnce. Q O M M I 6 S I O N AGENT. A. JURD, - WHOLESALE - FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENT, Fruit Exchange, S "3T 3D 2ST E ...

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WEEVILS IN MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

,; WEEVILS IN MAIZE. From an article on the «hove sub {"ect appearing in the current num. »er of " Agricultural Gazette " we extract the following : The only treatment that up to datecan be confidently recommended as at once cheap and effective is the UB6 of bisulphide of carbon. One pound of the chemical, costing ls. jer lb., will destroy all the insect ifs in 100 bushels of maize in a bin, or will be effective in 1,000 cubic feet of space. It forms a dense gas, heavier than the atmos phere, and consequently it not only permeates the grain on top of which it is placed (in saturated cotton wool or wsste), but findß its way into the crannies and crevices in which the little bounders hide and ' breed. The offensive odour of it will have quite passed away by the time the grain is marketed. When a moderate quantity of seed ie re quired for next season's Bowing, the best thing to keep it in is an iron tank, or even a tin-lined pack, ing case, if it can be made air-tight. Put on top of th...

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FARM AND DAIRY. FORTHCOMING SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

FARM AND DAIRY. FOETHOOMINGr SHOWS. "Wollongong Agr. Association .. «Tan. 1 &Feb. 1,2 Shoalhaven Agri. Asso. (Nowra) Feb. 9,10 Alstonville . . Feb 14,15 Cobargo.. .. March 1, 2 Lismore .. .. March 7, 8 Campbelltown ... March 9, 10 Bega .. ... March 14 and 15 Kempsey ... March 14,15,16 Goulburn .. March 15,16 Clarence B. & A. Asso., Grafton. March 28, 29 Orange .. .. April 4; 5, 6 Bichmond Biver (Casino) .. April ll, 12 :Boyal of N.S.W. April ll to 16 Hunter Biver (W. Maitland) .. April 24, 25, 26 ? Hawkesbury Bis.' Agri. Associa. J (Olareneon) .« May li), ll, 12

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

FROM OUR EXCHANGES ' - Mr. J. A. iS. Jones on Wednes day rode vp Brown's Gap till for ft "wager of £10 to £1. There vas agwd^orowd out to sinless-the exhibition, and some betting was indulged on the issue. The rider i started about a quarter to three' from the bridge at the bottom of the Gap. Messrs Qr. H. Tates and H. James were referees, and Mr. E. Moore judge. Jones started off at; a slow pace, nor did he increase his speed very much right through. He seemed to ride with a good deal of judgment and confidence, and went steadily up the steep grade without faltering. Consider ing the recent rain the road was better than might have, been ex pected, though there were one or two soft parts encountered. The machine was a Cleveland, fitted with special gear. Thus a contributor in the Wes tern Post : Time and again has the member for Rylstone done his little best to injure the good name of the De fence Force of the colony. Still, I had given even Mr. Fitzpatrick credit for possessing suf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

¿Q Ü M .M I ö S I O N AGENT. A. JURD, - WHOLESALE - FRUIT ÄND PRODUCE AGENT, Fruit Exchange, S T D H B "X". 411 Linds of Farm Produce eoldsnch as Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, Etc., - AND - Fallest Harket Value Guaranteed with Quick Betunas. HAS OPENED EX S. S. MORAVIAN, ' Neto Summer Goods ?n PRINTS from 2/6 per dozen, ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS. PIQUES, BROWN & WHITE LINEN, PLAIN AND FIGURED ALPACCAS. OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT IS STILL TN CHARGE OF Miss Long. Late of Farmer and Ob's. WHO GIVES EVERY SATISFACTION IN FIT AND STYLE. T. LOBB, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Ladies, YOUR ORDERS FOB SUMMER DBESSES will have our best attention. A NICE BANGE OF DRESS MATERIALS TO SELECT FROM, which, Price and Quality considered, we think will please you. Good Velue in Gloves, Parachutes end Hosiery. Agent for Madam Wiegel's Paper Patterns and Publications. MRS. W. CAMPBELL, GEORGE - ST., "WINDSOR. Thc Emporium Stores, WISEMAN'S FERRY. T. O. CHASELING, Proprietor, The Universel Provider. A LARGE STOC...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

OBITUARY. -*- j The Bad death oí Mr. John Davis took place at his resfäehce, Pitt Town Bot* tums, on Friday morning last. Deceased had for some time suffered from a stroke of paralysis, and for a considerable time before that grim monster Death claimed him he was in an'unconscious state. He leaves two brothers and three sisters to mourn their loss, viii., Messrs. William and James Davis, of Pitt Town; Mrs. Maria Nolan, of Parramatta; Mrs. Elizabeth Toomey, of North Sydney ; and Mrs. Eliza Dixon, of Leichhardt, Sydney. The funeral, which took place on Saturday hut, was a laige one, and the brethren of tne Oddfellows' Lodge, of which deceased was a member, formed a large part of the procession. Arrived at the Church of England Cemetery, the ltev. -N G. FieidiDg officiated at the graveside, after which Bro. J. Boss, P.O., read tue Oddfe lovtß' service. Mr. J. Chandler camed put the funeral ar rangements. _____

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SWINE FEVER IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

SWINE FEVER IN QUEENS LAND. The "Lyne" Government may be fairly claimed as one possessing protective proclivities, for a cross yes-no attitude the following out-reads G. H. "Beid." On the 14th Movember a supple ment to the4i Government Gazette " declared the fact that contagious pneumonia, or swine plague, existed in Queensland ; therefore " I, William, Earl Beauchamp, tho Governor aforesaid, with the advice of the Executive Coiiucil, do, bj this my Pro» clanuilioiwabsolu^ly prohibit, for a period pf twoyeawfrom this date, the., importation of any swine, *or the carcase, bones, hair, or any other ppr tion of any swine, or say fod der or fittings put on board any vessel with, or for the use of, any swine from the Colony of Queensland." This proclamation is authorised by the Minister of Lands, T. H. Hassell. The "importing" influ ¡ ence then took a hand, and during the following week another, signed by the Minister for Agriculture, Mt ; J. L. Pegan, is published, with this i peculiar ...

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OFF TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

OFF TO THE WAR. One - day last week two.' bli Windsor boys, in George and flan Freeman, Who are included in tht 25 picked mounted riflemen fron those who are now in camp ai Randwick, and who left for Soutl Africa on the 17th inst, to join th< Mounted Rifles now at the front, paid Windsor a visit to say good-bye to their friends. These two boys, after an absence ol twelve years, have just come down country with others connected with pastoral pursuits, having thrown up good positions to go and assist in upholding the honor , of the colony. In camp,{with thesé two recruits, and going as mates, are : F. C. Learmouth, of Bringagee ; F. Rudd, Nurunden; A. F. Du frayer, Riverina ; P. Shirton, soli citor, Moree. The foregoing rough riders, having lived most of their lives of the bush, in all classes of country, and are only a few of the many bushmen now in camp who are going to the front, and who are as much at home on horseback as an Office Clerk would be on a chair. These gentl...

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Quarterly Licensing Court MONDAY, JANUARY 15TH 1900. (Before Messrs. F. H. Gilbraith, P.M., and J. B. Johnston, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

Quarterly Licensing Court. MONDAY, J ANDABY 15TH, 1900. (Before Mesare. P. H. Gilbraith, P.M., : And J. B. Johnston, J. P.) .. the following renewals of licences Üfífcre .granted :-J. D. Smith, Windsor, lad Mrs. Kezia Mawson, wine license ; baines Thomas Mangold, colonial wine HqanBe. . Berman Wendel applied for a renewal ol his colonial wine license at Biverstone. ïhè police lodged an objection, through -tienior^Bergeant Boyd, that thé applicant was addicted to inebrity. - Mr. B. B. Walker, of William Walker and Son, appeared for the applicant, and pointed ont that as there were objections, therdbjector neust fce heard 'first. Constable Gregor, Police. Constable stationed at Riverstone, deposed that he knew applicant, who for some months past had been drinking heavily. He had been In a state of neither drunk nor sober for months and occasionally very drunk. Wendel had been convicted twice of . drunkenness, once in October and ono* in ~ December but. puring the ; time the applicant ...

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KURRAJONG. (From our own correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

KURRAJONG. (From our own correspondent). . The recent storms have- done a great deal of good in some cases and in others quite the opposite. ; Rev. H. and Mrs. Plume and Rev. C. j.' and Mrs. Prescotts have been amongst the visitors to the district during the holidays. \. Miss A. Dutton was tp have opened the concert at- Oomleroy road last week, but had the mis fortune to have a bad hand. One and all were very disappointed. , Mrs. R. A. Pye, of Wiudsor, and her daughter have beén staying at Mr. John Dunstan's for the bene fit of their health, and they have both returned looking worlds bet» ter for their trip. The C. pf £ Bazaar was opened on Tuesday at 8 p.m., by lírs. B. Hall, of Windsor. So far it is very successful, and the ladies im plicated deserve great credit for the trouble they have taken in preparing.

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RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

RITERSTOM (From our own correspondent.) The travelling photographers who lately arrived are doing a thriving business. The workman ship being so good, slack times do not affect them. The amount handed to Mr Bees from the concert conducted by Miss E. Wiggins (oí the Juveniles) was most satisfactory. We understand the amount was £12 13s. This is one of the things that Biverstone residents are always ready to re spond too. Many Biverstone residents jour neyed to Sydney by Wednesday's train to say farewell to the troops bound for South Africa, and re turned satisfied that the gallant volunteers were quite capable of making things as lively in South Africa as in Sydney the day they left. On Saturday night last the Boyal Dramatic Company played " When London Wakes " to a fairly large audience, but not as large however as the company deserved. The characters of this interestiog and thrilling play were well sustained and the continual outbursts of*ap plause showed that the audience apprecia...

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PITT TOWN. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

PITT TOWN. (From our own correspondent.) Mrs. Owens, senior, lias been spending a holiday at Wiseman's Ferry for the past week or two, with her daughter, Mrs. Walmes ly. The maize crops on the 'owltm1 s are exceptionally good this year, and-in the absence of floods' the yield is expected to be a very heavy one. Mr. W. Owens sent us along a sample of his Brownell potatoes, which he is at present getting away to market. The sample were first class, and much appreciated. ^ Mr. J. Byan has one ot the bast crops of potatoes on the Botto ns and has been turning out ab mt seven tons to the acre, and has also been topping the market in price. Mr. A. Johnston and others are also busy with their crops. The road past the cemetery is at the present timo in a deplorable condition, and during the recent wet weather was nothing but a literal bog, and almost impassible. Considering this is the main road to the Settlement and Kenthurst, it should'be put into better repair. Probably, if the Roads Sup...

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, 12TH JANUARY, 1900. Before Messrs. T. Primrose, W. H. Dean and John Ross, J's. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

Windsor Police Court FRIDAY, 12TH JAHUABT, 1900. ( _ (Before Mesara. T. Primioee, W; H. Dean and John Ross, J's. P.) . Hector Urquhart was charged with being a bailee of a horse, harness and eab, the property of Mr Robinson, of Sydpey, and fraudulently taking the same to his own use. Daniel Mahare and Frederick Hutchin son were also charged with aiding and abetting the above Hector Uiquhart in the offence. Evidence was given as to arrest of the accused by Constable Murdock, and on . his application they were remanded to i Sydney, where the witnesses for the ' prosecution reside. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose>W. H. Dean, J. Boas, «nd P. Mayr:e, J VP.) AN ALLEG'D ASSAULT. Frederick Wellington was charged on wai rant with assaulting with intent one Elsie May Swadling, on the 6th instant. Penior-Sereeani Boyd prosecuted for the Crown ano Mr. McCauley appeared tor the accused. After th" tx»ruination of several wit nesses tl>e Bench rei ired and held a lengthy cu< saltatio....

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MULGRAVE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

MULGRAVE. (From our own Correspondent.) Complaints are being made by tbe farmers of the district, who are doing business at the local railway station, about the Railway Depart ment not having a man stationed here whe can render assistance in getting their produce, &c, away, and sheet the trucks. Why a man is not stationed her« has been a query for a long time, as the amount of business transacted certainly warrants it. And then again, sta tions where not half the amount of business is done, one or two men can be found. Stationmaster West nil has enough tu do to look after his office work, without running rfbout doing the work that should be left to others. For a long time this state of things has existed, ! and uow the potato season is in full swing, and the business is greatly increased, the Goverment should, sea the necessity of appoint ing a mao to this station, and thus do away with the abuve-mentioned grievance.

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VALEDICTORY. OFF TO SOUTH AFRICA. RICHMOND VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FRONT. A BRILLIANT SEND-OFF. MARVELLOUS ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

VALEDICTORY. BIGHMOND VOLUNTEERS FOR IHK FRONT. A BRIIXLANT~SENÖ-OFP, MAEVELLOU8 ENTHUSIASM. J .. - 'On < Saturday night last - Lieuteni Uolborowand Warrant'Officer Bulli* who are proceeding io South Africa w the second contingent ot New Soi Wales volunteers, wert accorded a b liant send-off .,by the Richmond peo tij the Bichmond School of Arts. 1 ' large haH ojf<tJre School of Arts s -ps«W^cH»fè#rk»wingi with one of 1 most enthusiastic and at. the same tfc patriotic audiences .that hare ewer ; 'Starbled in Bichmond Th* send-off ?« hurriedly arranged, and when this ff fetaken into consideration,-the funoti ^ wai indeed one that thc promoters mi^ well feel proud of.. So well were t arrangements made, that there was 4i . a single bitch in the proceedings fr< Start to finish. The speeches deliver by . the various speakers were pure patriotie, the, only interruptions bei; the continued outbursts of applause-t mention of the two volunteers being t signal ...

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COLO. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

(From our own Correspondent,) " |j Mr. Chas. Blundell has been ¿1 Bending some splendid nectarines ¿I away lately. They are the largest and best that have been shipped i ; from Colo this season. " : I Flying foxes are still doing great" , damage in most of the local v orchards ; but are not being treated very hospitably by any of the " or char diste. Fish are very plentiful about here at present, and some big hauls were made during the last dark nights. Mr. B. Wells and. his son Ben, and the latter's wife, who have been spending a few weeks at Central Colo, took their departure for Inverell a few days ago. Mr. W. J. Woodbury had a valuable fox-terrier bitten by a death-adder a few days ago; the animal died about an hour and a half after he was bitten. We hear that a boat race ie to take place next month for a decent stake between two local young men,.. who have both proved themselves good rowers. The race between them will be an exciting one. An unusually heavy thunderstorm passed o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

Professional Plano and Organ Tuning Our Representative - VISITS - WINDSOR REGULARLY,. And also on Receipt of Letter. Orders, addressed c/o ADVOCATE Office, will bc promptly attended to. W. BLACKBURN & SON, fíano & Organ Toners and Repairers, Parramatta, ESTABLISHED 1876. Mr« L A. Simpson, j Dental Surgeon, ; «r PARRAMATTA, - VISITS - Royal Hotel, Windsor, every Saturday, from ll a.m. till 4 p.m. Artificial Teeth inserted for the Benefit nt Health. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fillings and all Surgical Operations a Specialty. Professional. SOLICITOS, ETC., Role's Chambers, "60 Castlereagh- street, SYDNEY. NOTE.-Money advanced on approved security. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR A Commissioner for Affidavits for New 8outh Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. . Successor to the Late Mr, B. (Joley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Mr. Geo. McCauley, SOLICITOR, ETC. A Commissioner for Affidavits. Office-Victoria House, George-street (opposite Post Off...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

liOCAL AND GENERAL. -» . . Mr.* John Ryan met with an accident daring the week, through rt Calling from a dray. The 33 horses selected by Major Thompson at Richmond on Satur . «lay last realised £379. Ponnd night in connection with the Good Templars Lodge takes place this Friday night. A large lead colored snake was lolled at Ri W. Cobcrofts tannery at . .Newtown during the week. . The full scores "bf the Union matches commenced on Saturday last will appear in our next issue. A coach load of local folk . attended the moonlight concert : at Kurrajong on Saturday night last. The Rev. A. S. Swift will de liver an address on Patriotism at tile Wesleyan Church ou Sunday ©retiing next. Mr. Alf Cambridge, formerly cf the Windsor Post Office, has teen appointed to the Riverstone Office, af assistant. Complaints are being made by the residents on Wilberforce Common about the bad state of the roads through that locality. The many friends of Mrs. Gil bert, of Macquarie-street, will be pleased ...

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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 19 January 1900

The Federal Capita!. MELBOURNE and Sydney ard having a little quarrel as to where the unfortunate Federal Governor is to reside. Aa we have been told so often the seat of Govern ment is to bs in New South "Wales* and, therefore, the Governor will have to reside in our colony, but inasmuch as Parliament will meet in Melbourne, the Ministers will will have to be in Melbourne, andi the Governor will have to te ia close personal touch with bis Ministers, so that he will certainly be domiciled in Melbourne as his head quarters. Anyhow Governor Brassey leaves Victoria shortly, and our friends.down there will have saved enough to keep Govern ment House vacant so that i&e* Queen's son-in-law won't te. homeless on his arrival. Sydney Government House is only ocee pied by a bachelor certainly, ftu£ nevertheless he can hardly be. asked to clear out and shift foe himself in the Domain. Mel» bourne will be the Gorernor Generals' residence all righi " until they meet at the seat ai. Gover...

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