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SCHOFIELD'S SIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

SCHOFIELD'S SIDING. Mr. J. J. Pye met with a nasty accident last Friday evening, whilst out on horseback. He was thrown, and, one of his feet being caught in the stirrup, he was dragged for some distance. He was found lying on the road, unconscious. His face was badly bruised, one wrist sprained, and generally he received a rather severe j shaking.

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, SEP. 26, 1902. POLITICAL. FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

©Ijc f$afolic$hrg f$mlb. WJXDSOK, FRIDAY, SEP. 26, 1902. POLITICAL. FEDERAL. Thc Federal Treasurer delivered his bud get speech on Tuesday. He stated that the revenue was £11,037,334, and the expendi ture £3,681,(1.S4. Thc cstiiintel revenue for the ensuing year was £11.510,104, and the estimated expenditure £4,O07,%7. Sir George Turner indicated that a loan would be raised for public work so aa to pre vent a disarrangement of the finances of tne States. He declared that the desire of the Govern ment was to return to the States amounts äquivalent to those they received prior to federation. The amount to lie returned to New South Wales in the distribution of the Federal sur plus is estimated at £266,200. The Commonwealth tariff has not materi ally altered thc Customs yield in Victoria and South Australia ; it has added £1,360.(K'0 to the yitdd in New South Wales, and Xt 40,WO to that in West Aus tralia. But Tasmania is shown to have lost il "¡0.000, and Queensland as mach ai , «360,0...

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Accident at the Windsor Rifle Range. MARKER COLLISON HIT. A NARROW SHAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

A NABROW SHAVE, " You've ehot the market !" That | ta a standing " gag " amongst rifle- , men. OD Wednesday afternoon, however, the mark- r was shot, j literally. Fortunately, the acoiden1 was not a serious one ; but it was a miraculous escape from death or permanent disablement. The civilians were et practice, and Mr. E. J. Collison, as usual, was doing the marking, assisted by his son. The shooting ac the 800 yard« range was finishing, after which a tthange of targets was to be made for another range. But somebody blundered," and the marker got hit As a military inquiry is pending we refrain from going into full par ticulars, suffice it to say that the marker happened to step out as Mr F. Broughton fired, and he got the bullet through the top of the thigh We understand that Mr. Broughton was entirely blameless. No ODO questions that. Collison's wound was not a severe ono. The bullet went through the flesh only, missing the bone. H« was at once driven into town, and was attended to...

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Captain Paine's Visit to Adelaide. HIS EXPERIENCE WITH THE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Captain Paine's Visit to Adelaide. HIS EXPERIENCE WITH THE EARTHQUAKE. Captain J. J. Paine (Mayor oí Windsor) returned home on Wednes day. He had been away a fortnight. Colonel Üldershaw, Officer Com manding the 1st Infantry Regiment, and Captain Paine, Officer Command ing " A " Windsor Company, 3rd In fantry Regiment, both of whom are on the Council of the Rifle Association of New South Wales, were unani mously chosen to represent this State at the annual meeting of the Com monwealth council of tfcerifle associa quake ?" was our first query. " Yes; I was that !" said his Wor ship ; " and a pretty lively time it was, too!" He then gave us an account of what he experienced. At about 8 o'clock on Friday night he was seated at dinner at the Botanic hotel. There were about fifteen present - mostly brother riflemen. Suddenly a rattling was heard over head. It seemed as if something had gone wrong in the upper storeys of the building. The noise increased, as if the furniture was being thr...

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PING-PONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

PING-PONG. The periodical ping-pong tourna ments at Pitt Town Church of England schoolroom, organised by Miss New ton, are proving a source of great at traction to our young folks

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Rifle Shooting. On Saturday last the members of thc Windsor Lancer Recreation Club completed their shooting for the September quarter. 600 600 700 800 Tl. Tpr. Á. J. Farlow * 32 17 28 25 102 Tpr. S. S. Hibbert 16 2C 30 31 102 Cpl. N. Blackett 29 12 28 21 90 Sergt. A. J. Owens 14 2i 22 30 69 Tpr. W. Brewer 19 23 16 2» 87 Tpr. A. Wilson 26 15 28 18 87 Tpr. P. Bushell 17 25 20 21 86 Tpr. D. Hibbert 20 12 32 19 83 Tpr. W.Huxley 26 18 19 ll 74 Cpl. F. Collison 21 8 21 23 7*3 Lieut. R. li. Walker 18 14 22 18 72 Tpr. A. Holland - 17 23 22 7 69 There were four ranges, viz 500, 600, 700 and 800 yards-to count as two shootings. Scores at 500 and 600 one shooting, at 700 and 800 another. Appended are the highest scores and also the names of the prize winners for the quarter. 1st prize ÍB fil, 2nd 15s, 3rd 10s, and three others at a crown. Several members of the Windsor C R C. joined in the afternoon and made very fair shooting. Corporal Brooks of " D ' Richmond Company of Infantry did good' sh...

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THROUGH SOUTHAFRICA. A Trok with the 2nd RegiN.S.W. Mounted Rifles. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

A Trek with thu 2nd Bent. N.S.W. Mounted Rifles. (BY TROOPER G. F- MORTIMER, OP RICHMOND.) TH. On the night of the 26th Major Lydiard took charge of a small fighting column. Some Australian Scouts were secreted in a farm house which the Boers were in the habit of visiting. Early in the morning two horsemen put in an I appearance. The Scouts called on them to surrender, but they im mediately galloped off. ' Our men opened fire, and both Boers were so severely wounded that they died during the day. A strong party of the enemy were following in their rear, and, when they saw the warm reception that the advance party re ceived, they fled. On the 27th the column trekked towards Wonderfontein, and fought a severe rearguard action with about 150 Boers. About 50 of the enemy held a long ridge, whilst the re mainder raced along a donga run ning parallel with the convoy. Our men took possesion of the ridge, which they held until the convoy was removed well out of range. When this was accompli...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

CRICKET. A very enjoyable cricket match was played at Colo on Saturday last, between the married and single mern- ! bers of that club, the result being an *? easy _ viotory for the latter. The Erinciple feature of the game was a riUiant innings by F. Barber, who compiled 103 runs in his usual free and brilliant style, and then retired. He hit eleven tourers, and four of, them off four consecutive balls Ap pended are the scoreB of the match, SINGLE. F. Barber, retired.103 M. Woodbury, c, b J. Metherell .. 13 W. Woodbury, b C. Hulbert . 1 B. Metherell, b 0. Hulbert . 9 B. Marr, c, b A. Everingham .,. ... 1 C. Everinghani, not out. 3 ) O. Everingham, not out. 2 ' Sundries . . 4 InningB declared closed, 5 wickets for'... 142 Bowling acalysis-C. Hulbert, 2 for 62 ; J. Metherell, 1 for 63 ; A. Everingham, 1 ' for 28. , MABBIED. First Innings. J. Penton, b W. Woodbury ... ... ll J. Simmons, b W. Woodbury . 4 J. Metherell, b W. Woodbury . 0 L. Everingham, b M. Woodbury ... 6 H. Jones, b M. ...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

[WMbiiJl beojwied to wwoiw o wy wife |rom'<4ëcr«tar}cs $f club« »ny Items of interest for publication in thin column.-Editor.]

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/ to 6/6. t ?Chaff, 7/6 to 8/. Bran, 1/8 to 1/10. Pollard, 1/8 to 1/10. Onions, 8/6 to 9/. Oaten hay, 8/6 to 9/. Lucerne,x6/6 to 7/6. Straw. 3/6 to 4/. Peas (blue), 5/9 to 6/9. Peas (Yorkshire), 8/ to 8/6. Oats, 3/9 to 4/. Barley, 4/3 to 4/6. Turnips, 3/6 to 4/6. Potatoes, 7/ to 8/. Early Jlose (seed), 12/- to 12/6. Brownell (seed), 8/ to 9/. H^g^an^giU^,^d^to^d per lb. PUnters'friend, 6d to 6d per lb. Wheat, 4/9 to 5/6. English Barley, 4/6 to 5/. Football ie a manly game Ti at hardens muscle, knits tbe frame, And makes Australia's hardy youth Our pride and strength, and that's thc'truth. Bad coughs and colds attack the strong, As much the weak that's sur.!, Let both-they never can go wrong Take WOODS' G BEAT PEPPERMINT Cuan.

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Windsor Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Windsor Hospital. We bad a look through the Windsor Hospital on Tuesday last, and without doubt (be institution is a credit to those in charge. Everything is spotlessly clean, and the asylum inmates, and also patients leaving the hospital, speak in the highest terms of the treatment they recieve. The "old folks " are as happy as can be, and always have a good word for the Matron and Nurse Alcock. There bas been a continual stream of patients going in and coming out lately, and all hands have been kept busy. MessrB. Archie Douglas and J. Staines, of Wiseman's Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. E. Conlon, and J. Hanna left the institution this week, and on Tuesday Mr. E. Bailley, of the Macdonald river, was admitted in a low-state of health.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, KMTEBORS, and all thc Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. OrchardistB given every satisfaction. EDWÂHD HRNNJÎS/SY. Comleroy Road. »_ SALÍ POSTPONED. MR. ALFRED RANGER begs to notify that, on account of illness, his MONTHLY STOCK AND PROPERTY SALK, announced for TO-MORROW, will be POSTPONED TILL ivs PROXIMO. SCIENCE, ACCURACY, & TRUTH. Palmistry ! Clair voy a ney ! Phrenology ! Mr. and N[rs. Montague St. Clair, Tlie Well-known Scientists, MAY be consulted daily, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. at MB. B. J. COLLISON S, George-street, Windsor. (7- FEE, NOMINAL. FEW DAYS ONLY 1

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Church Services. SUDNAY, SUPTEMBER 28. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

1 0t. Matthew'«, Windsor, ll and 7 tor. «, "~~*M O, Fielding ¿ ,*3 Vtosyards, 8,30, Ber. 8.0. Firiding. . ? St, Petar'a, Biobmond, ll a*d T,B»v. J. ^ -fH Howell-Price, Boral 0e»». ' 3 St. Paul's, Agnes Bank», 8,50 p.m. > I North Bicbmoad, 8; St. Stepaea's,. 7f TJÍ Heights, H. Btv. M. Ûrajr. j St. Albans, 7 ; Wiwman'i Ferry, 8 j Lawer 1 Pertland, IO 30, Sex. H. W. Bogen. Castrai I Macdonald, ll, Slr. J. T. Marx. " Bo M AK CATHOLIC. Windsor,; Maas, 8 o'clook ; £rening Dav** i tiona, 7.30 o'clock. ffurentone, Maas,'lo ' o'clock. Ber. B. MsDonneil, ~ St. Monica's, Bicbmoad, Man, 10 o'cloak ; Evening Devotions, 7.S0 o'clock. Rev, M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. MoCoy ¡ 7, Ber. J. W. Winspear. Bichmond, ll, ¡Rev. J. W. Win spear ; 7, Mr." McCoy. North Bichmond.Hl, Supply. Kurrajong, 2 30, Mr. McCoy. Wil berforce, 8, Bev. J. W. Winspear. Sackville, ll, Mr. T. Mitchell ; 7, Bev. J. Colwell. Lower Portland, -2J0, Bev. J. Colwell. Leet's Vale, ll Bev. J. Colwell. Colo, 2.30, Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Have. UAYZ? Tlien . . Get . . Your . . Groceries . FROM TP". G. 3. PENDERGAST (LATE DICK BROTHERS \ GEORGE-STREET, ^ikw^lWI N DSO Rr I TRY SIB FAMOUS KINRARA TEA. WI NHS ¿KD SPIûlTS or THB CHOICBSI UBALDS. ZverytMiis at lowest Priées. £20 REWARD. THE ABOVB REWARD will be Paid to Any Person giving Infer rna tion that WILL LEAD to th« CON VIOTION of the PERSON or PERSONS who KILLED A HE 1 FE fi belonging to me. GEORGE GRKHKTREE, Freeman's Reach.* LOST, _j LADY'S GOLD WATCH, with the mono gram I.D.H. on back, on Wednesday, 24th instant, between Dr. Gibson's residence and Windsor Hospital. Seward at * DR. GIBSON'S. LOST. IN Windsor, a SILVER WATCH CHAIN with Small Key attache 1. Reward if returned to . A. GREENTREE, Windsor. TENDERS WANTED for FORMING TENNIS COURT at Windsor Superior Public School. Apply, T. J. DAVIS, Tcaohcr. Ladies' Sailor Hats. WE ARE SHOWING A. ^Select Stock in Single and Double Brims al 2/6, 2/11, 8/11, 4/6. _ra x y.m x icsr DES X& The Choicest Goods in HAT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

PUBLIC MEETING. APDBLIC MEETING, for the purpose of FORMING A PÜ1LUARHON10 SOCIETY, will be held in the Windsor School »t Arts -OK luêstfay lug., Ël\Inst, at 8 pi.

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OPEN COL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

j_îl>e f'ditor |B«k«»7^iiäliäM^.^SP^| colaron, but does not necessarily endorso the .E; opinions expressed. Correspondents are . requested to stu ly brevity.^

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A Dangerous Crossing. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

i A Dangerous Crossing. I wish to respectfully call the atten tion of our worthy rood superintend dent to the dangerous state of the bridge crossing Currency creek. It is impassable at présent. The public have now to go through a private property in order to get to Stanix Park or other homesteads beyond. If the i vii be not soon abated there will surely be an accident to record. TBAVELLtSR.

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[?] TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

harness f^M*- They open the season to wprrpw wÖi « * match against { Windsor.,« Tt ie to be boped mattera i in connection yñth Hie wub «Ul be placed on, a better footing than they - wetelart^Mon. ( A «urvêjsâros recently made of the cricket ground for the purpose of lay- . mg it out :«* a^ public park. A re creatmn i reserve has been badly , wantedin Pitt Town for many years, and we hope to soon see it an estab lished fact, . The periodical ping-pong tourna ments at the Church of England schoolroom, organised by MÍBB New ton, are proving a source of great at traction to our young folks. The many friends of Mrs. B. Ryan, of the Bottoms, will be pleased to learn that she is recovering from her severe illness. Mr, J. Mahony, J P., is also able to get about again. The manager of the local Butter Factory proposes going in extensively for jam making during next fruit season. The article already turned out from this factory is gaining great favor. *"^ Your readers will hardly credit the fa...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

FREÉgpN'S REACH. A very person ol week remó; us by the " of the old kind^ivüi ever said; Jones, aa . A. ' ected resident, in« the gilliam Jones, was last ^suddenly from amongst Keeper. He was one 1 of natives ; always Jpbliging, and nobody word against Bill îàjB familiarly called. number of people are suffering from enza. Mr. Samuel P3r]th it for the ¡Mm longing!; bigmelontô an occasions ù'^pV'^Slbokl to the proverbial ipkins, cucumbers, and hg with over a hundred on it being left at the lundings are gradu P*° ^eir former state of " parchea^fctfrrenness, Since the above was Ritten we have sent them Wne rain!^J3D.] The night Behool conduoted by Mr. Oradick is <jiiite a settled-down, flour ishing institution, with big attendance. And nobody "wags "it ! office, as ou^ ally relapsit

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GROSEWOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

GRÖSEWOLD. A shghterror crept into a paragraph in »ur lastjbwue regarding the medal offered by Mr. Simpson, of the firm of Simpson and Holdsworth. We «tated Mr. Simpson's medal was to be pre sented to the .pupil attending the local school the greatest number of days during the year, which is not the caBe. It is to be given to the pupil who-in the opinion of the teacher- has made the most progress, in fact, the dux of . the school, A medal for the best attendance was promised at the official opening of-the school by Mr. F. A. Wood. Both the donors are deserving of praise,for kindness and forethought. Whilst speaking about the school it would not be out of place to say a word or two about the teacher, Miss Campbell. Since the school was placed under this lady's charge, the children have mad! great headway, and the residents not only consider themselves fortunate in getting a school, but also in getting a teacher in whom they can place every confidence. ' The trustees appointed in conn...

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