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

Olarenc«, states that he arrived safe) with tiie draught horse Sprragfieh and that a most saoeeBsfol season, i anticipated for him. Mr. Mitche retaros next week. . - A BÍX weeks' old son of Mr. MS Griffiths, of Richmond Bottoms, die on Sunday Jost from convulsion! The remains were interred in S Peter's Ohurchof England Cometer; on Monday. The Rev. J. Howell Price officiated, and Mr. E. Marli was the undertaker. Mr. E. M. Phelps, représentatif of Messrs. Massey-Harris Coy., ha been in town this week. He cam from the Richmond River last wees where he states everything is in ; prosperous state. Messrs. E. and C. Pryke, sons o Mr. J. T. Pryke, have been home 01 a visit this week. Last week's Council meeting lapsed for want of a quorum. A special meeting was held last nigh; to deal with lapsed business. The court house was packed al day oh Wednesday, when the case Miss Bedwell v. CharleB J. Brown was heard. It was dismissed twice on technical points, but on Wednes day the result was in M...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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LEET' VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

LEET'S^LE. Mr, T. Kemp and hi$|gang of men j have started the rp^d^rork at the j back of the local -ij^^ffiee. They had a lot of heavy wjoxk at the com mencement, and ñre|¿a ^good many shots, but the buUdings Jiave not been damaged iii the !eas|J^ They have constructed a finç "T " which ia a oçedit his men. I hear tjaaf has started at the. road, near Mr. It has been complef Liddy's-a short Walker's-so this that has been jspf now in a fair wa< "'aaa |pf walling, Kemp and I ac Woods ind of the residence, sf as Mr. J. from Mr. i ¡pl the road. r i» I completed.

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

Mr. Bishop, irepi^iil^ ney Morning Eerala," paid a vint to the district ust Friday: _% ?'. Late on Sunday night raia «et in, and continued until Monday morning. Mr. Quinn, manager of.the local meat works, kindly informed ns that the rainfall was 40 pointe. Occasional showers fell throughout Monday. Mr. J. Thomas, who, a short time ago, met with an accident whilst doing the length on a tricycle, paid River stone a visit last Friday. Although he is looking well, he is far from being well. . Mr. F. Tate, who was reported in our last issue to have left here, has re turned to his old post at the smithy. Mutton at the local meat works took a drop last week from Sd to 4 jd per lb. Beef went up from 5d to 6d. If yon want a pair of comfortable fitting boots, and a pair that will see yon throngh the winter, give your order to C. F. Mortley, who turns ont nothing but the very best article.» A horse buyer visited here last week for the purpose of purchasing brood mares. A good number was shown ...

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

Storekeepers, RICHMOND We have now Opened up our SPRING GOODS. And Beg to Offer Exceptional Valuq IN Mereeried Sateens,m.. Tile Very Latest Designs and Colors are not] on view. Prints at 4ld. Light and Dark Muslins at 6m We Imve, BARGAINS TO OFFER -IN FLANNELETTES, WHICH MUST BB SOLD AND WILL Cut Priées to Make flood -FOB CMIMMMCPys

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

I VINEYARDS. Â meeting of the Vineyards Church committee was held in the church school on Wednesday last, when there were present-Messrs. Sohoffel, White, Strachan, Jones, A. Blacket, Gray, Farrel, Forster, Forssberg, Simons, and N. A. Blacket. An apology was read from Mr. Barnett. Mr. Simons was voted to the chair. It was re solved that the church be lengthened by lü feet, the windows enlarged, roof painted with refrigerating paint, ven tilators put in the gables, and a porch added to the present structure. It was also resolved that the building be insured for £100 ; that two bells be rung on Sundays ; and that the secre tary continue to supply the local papers with the names of the preach ers for each Sunday. This terminated the meeting. A public meeting was then held to conBidor the matter of the annual Sunday school picnic. Present-the committee, as above, with Mesdames Bubery, Farrel, Forssberg, and Schoffel, and Muses M. Bubery, E. Bubery, and Boyd. Mrs. Sohoffel tendered her ...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Some splendid showers fell here during last week, and renewed the sappi;of wateîi andifresbened up the vegetation and fruit trees. j Constable Doyle, of Feat'd Ferry, arrived % the s s. Hawkesbury on Saturday, in charge of the lad who was arrested near, Newcastle for 'the alleged theft of Mr. N. J. Douglass's race mare. Mr. James Douglass, of " Rupleigh" cottage, Webb's Creek, is captain of ! Mr. Cameron's trading boat, La j Capitaine ; and he handles her splen didly. It is rumoured here that the " War ragamba " will decamp to Webb's | Creek as soon as the B e. Union has been repaired, as the H. S N. Company desire all the trade there. MoBt of the farmers have finished corn planting. Jack frost has done much damage among the potatoes, tomatoes, and beans, and destroyed a lot of Mr. W. Wilson's passion vines. Eather late for frost ! The s.e. Narara looks Al after her usual half-yearly overhaul. We are glad to hear our old friend, j Mr. J. T. Jones, is building a now boat to run anywh...

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CURRENCY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

crop t>f ,peà£' ^Ojj 'have' àersr^60s'É^ kesbüry lo beat%i thought there'd beeb fl pea ia a Yórkshir§j)||f orchard at Currency splendid-far Rettert' farm at Frneman's Beach. would have Might t The ^Mr. Barlow's J also looking j an on bis old

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TELEGRAPHIC RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

TELEGRAPHIC RATES. from same Department, in refer ence to that portion of a communi cation addressed to Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A., by Mr. W. C. Barker, hon. sec. Hawkesbury District Progress Association, relative to the question of making Windsor the centre of an area in which telegrams may be sent at the rate of 10 words for 6d, instead of ls as at present, stating that, under the Post and Telegraphic Rates Act, recently passed by the Federal Par liament, which is expected to come into operation on the 1st November next, telegrams may be sent at the 6d rate to any place not more than 15 miles distant from the sending station. [Mr. Cook explains that the pro vision mentioned makes every tele graphic office the centre of a 15 miles zone for telegraphic purposes, i Further, while the 6d rate for ten words will apply as stated, there will oniy be allowed six words for signatures and addresses, instead of them all being free as at present. In other words, 16 words (including addresses) for 6d...

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EXTENSION OF SYDNEY PENNY POSTAGE AREA TO WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

EXTENSION OF SYDNEY PENNY POSTAGI AREA TO WINDSOR. From Postmaster-General's De partment, referring to request con- ; tained in a letter presented from Mr. beyond the 13 mile radius of Sydney, it was regretted that it could not be included as requested.

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Windsor Licensing Court. TUESDAY, SEPT. 23. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M.) COACH HCENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Windsor Licensing Court. TÜEBDÁY, SEPT. 23. (Before Mr. F. E. Wüehire, P.M.) COACH 11 CENSES. Stage coach licenses were granted to William Francis tinsley and Jesse Gosper. < TRANSFER OF PDBUCAS'S LI0EN8E. An application for the transfer of the license of the Commerial Hotel from Eliza McQuade to Henry Thomas Bobbins. iSen.-Sergt. Boyd said there were no objections. The P.M., in granting the appli cation, said he was sorry to hear that Mrs. McQuade was leaving the dis trict and he hoped her successor would keep the place as well as she had done. He never at any time heard of any complaints as far as Mrs. sMÉiiâiwà^Ë^sasaass

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SUNDAY NIGHT MAIL FROM WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

SUNDAY NIGHT MAIL FROM WINDSOR. ! From same Department, referring to letter from Mr. W. C. Barker (hon. sec. H.D.P.A.), requesting that I a mail on Sunday night from Wind sor to Sydney be arranged for, and stating that on and from the 21st instant a mail would be made up at Windsor each Sunday at 8 p.m. for Sydney, for despatch by goods train, and that it would be delivered at 8 a.m. on Monday by city carriers.

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The Public Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Hr. Brinsley Hall, Member ior the Hawkesbury, has kindly furaiahed us with, copies of departmental corres pondence, of which we give a digest below. ^

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

CashStores, A. GRIMWOOD. .A. FEW Special Lines TO CLEAR. MEN'S DOUBLE BRIM STRAW BOATERS AT GRIMWOOD'S, At 2/Ll each. GIRLS' COTTON RIBBED HOSIERY. FAST BLACK. Sizes 2, 3, 4, at 4£d per pair Sizes 5 and 6, at 5d per pair LADIES' WIDE RIBBED COTTON HOSE, 6d per pair, at GRIMWOOD'S. GRIMWOOD'S INDIGO PRINTS Are Warranted to Wash. Navy and Butcher Blue Patterns at 5/9 per dozen Black and White and Grey Shades, at 4/6 per dozen Purple Patterns, at 6d per yard t£f- A Few Remnants of Prints and Muslins at Half-price. Men's Fashioned Felt Hats, SPECIAL VALUES, Newest Shapes, From 3/11. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT-OF Paris colors, from I/, 1/3, to 4/11 per yard SPECIAL VALUE in LINEN TOR CHON LACES, at 1/3, 1/6,1/9, and 2/ per dozen A Grand Range of VALENCIENNES and MALTESE LACES, at Won derful Prices NEW SEASON'S MUSLIN, Fancy Floral Muslins, beautiful pat terns, at 7¿d per yard New Season's Merlawns and Delaines, at 9d and I0¿d per yard Colored Organdie and French Muslins, just opened, at 1/, 1...

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ADDITIONAL GRANT OF £30 FOR BOGGY WHEENY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

ADDITIONAL GRANT OF £30 j FOR BOGGY WHEENY. From Public Works Deparment, in référence to letter, applying, on behalf of the settlers of Boggy Wheeny, for an additional grant of £30 towards the completion of the drainage work at that place, giving information that the Minister has approved of the requests contained therein.

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POUND AT WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

POUND AT WISEMAN'S FERRY. From Department of Mines and Agriculture, referring to interview re the establishment of a pound yard at Wiseman's Ferry, stating that the application was, on the 10th instant, referred to the magistrates at that place for report as to the necessity or otherwise of the pound asked for ; also that it was the usual course to follow in cases where the proposed pound is not within the control of a municipality, and the Department was nowawaiting the re port of the magistrates on the appli cation, after which the matter would be dealt with without further delay.

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GRANT FOR IMPROVEMENT TO ROAD AT KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

GRANT FOR IMPROVEMENT TO ROAD AT KURRAJONG. From same Department, in reply to petition, signed by Messrs. R. Bailey, G. Devine, and other or chardists of Kurrajong district, ask ing for a grant for the improvement of the road leading from the main road to the properties mentioned, stating that the Minister has approved of a grant of £30 being made for the work. Mr. Joseph Cook, M.H.R., has received the following cominunica-1 tions. !

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TRUSTEES FOR ETON ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

TRUSTEES FOR ETON ROAD, i From Barne Department, in reply to letter nominating Messrs.. H. A. Wood (hon. sec.) and A. Matheson, \ all of North Richmond, as trastees for Eton Road, Belmont sab-division, stating that the Minister has ap proved of those gentlemen being appointed.

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Dargin's Grey' [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Dargin's Grey Says the Mudgee "Western Post"     Who doesn't remember Dargin, the   famous Lithgow buckjumper, at one time owned by A. S Jones ? A paper   has just been received from North Queensland which contains an account   of his performances. He bucks as of   old, and appears to be unconquerable. On August 30, at Wolloongabba, the grey demon was to have been ridden in the electric light by a man named Weaber (who was styled champion of th Logan) in Terstwhile Lithgow outl as the greatest buckjumper Australia has ever produced. Dargin's grey was bred by Mr. M. Tindall, Capertee, and purchased by J. Martini for £40. The famous old buckjumper has thrown the following well-known riders :-Jack Morris, Mason, R. Niven, Dargin (from whom the horse got his name), H. Flanagan, Billy Wright (who at Bathurst, in the presence of Lord Hampden, was thrown, re-mounted, and thrown again, saddle and all), Murray, Mol...

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

CYCLING. This is the time of the year for   cycling. The nice spring days are   beginning to bring the tourists out Business in "bike " sales is becoming   brisk. We are informed that Mr.   Hayes, of the Windsor "Cycle Home,"     disposed of no less than eight machines   last week. Some of the local enthu   siasts ought to try and fix up some   road parties for Wednesday or Satur   day afternoons. " Billy " runs to the   beauty spots of the district would   provide a deal of enjoyment.  

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

DOG REGISTRATION. Got Your Dogs Registered -AT TBE "HERALD" OFFICE. 2s. 9d. EACH. I «3- FORMS OF BBGÍSTBAT10N may j aleo be obtained at OMS PESNT EACH. dyspeptic CAUSED BY Nervous Shock. Gored. The Case of »|r«. E. PHILLIPS ÍBT A SYDNEY REPOKT1ÎK.) Tho consideration we are held in is ow ing to the effect which Our personal qualities have on other», for if these be greit and exalted tbey will assuredly excite admira tion. Usefulness to. those in our proximity will always command esteem, especially if the service rendered is similar to ttiat which Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips speaks of in an inter view which took place at her residence al 71 Engine-street, Haymarket. ' '* Through falling off a horse which bolted whilst I 4vas riding it," said Mrs. Phillips, " I sustained concussion of the brain. When picked up I wasimeonscious, of course, and was taken to the nearest house, where my condition was found to be so serious that I could not be taken home for a week. The doctor's advice was carr...

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