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Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Oddfellowship. The election of officers in con nection with the ensuing terms (6 months) in connection with the Bose of Richmond Oddfellows Lodge took place on Monday last Following aie the officers elected: Bro. W. Ritchie to the G.M. chair; Bro. F. Caterson to the N.G. chair ; Bro. W. Drapton to the V.G. chair. After the meeting Bro. E. S. Paull invited the Brethren to adjourn to . his residence, and partake of re freshments. Arrived there toasts were the order of the evening, and congratulations and kind wishes for the newly-wedded and happy couple, Mr. and Mre. Paull were made on all sides. At about ll 30 the party broke up, after singing the favorite " Auld Lany tíyne."

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Important Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Important Sale. A.sale which should attract a large attendance, ana* which will be seen in our advertising columns, is advertised by Messrs. Guest and Skuthorp, auctioneers Eichmond, they having received instructions from the executors in the will of the late John Murphy, of North Bichmond, to sell horses, milch cows, heifers, carts, buggies, drays, and farming implements, also household furniture of all descrip tions. They will also submit Lot 9, of Mighell's sub-division, con» taming 14a. 3r. 30p. adjoining the property of Messrs. Smith, Clark, Fenton and Madden. This block j we are informed is a very choice orchard block ; also the unexpired portion of lease, 7 years, of the splendid citrus and stone fruit or chard and land at Kurrajong, which was leased by the late Mr. Murphy from ¿Mr. James Clark with growing crop of fruit, also maize and pumpkin crops and about 15 tons of superior oaten hay. The sale of all the above takes plaoe at the residence of Mr. Mur phy senr., North Ric...

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High-level Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

High-level Bridge. In settling up the High-level Bridge expenses, Mr. Steve Dun stan was handed the sum of £5 3c 6d, over and above the cost of thc excellent banquet he provided foi the Ministerial party on the occa sion of their recent visit, as com pensation for the treatment which was meted out to the visitors. After receiving the amount Mr. Dunstan thanked the committee for their present in a few well chosen words; we hear there are small amounts still owing. The proprietor of " Belmore Lodge " and his spouse are noted for the hospitality which is meted out to one and all, and that combined with their excellent attention to visitors no one can wonder that it is the favorite tourists home of Kurra jong Heights. Apropos to the above, we, on Friday night last, during an inter view with the Minister for Works, enquired whether the sum which would be incurred in building the briaVo had been placed on the last Estimate?. The Hon. gentleman informed us that it was, but on ac count of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Business. L."W. TURNBUI Late Bennett ind Tmnbnll,% | N.S.W, FRUIT EXGHÂNGI j Bathurst-strebt, Sydi ? - J FRUIT OOMMISSIOH AGENT, j :;. GJE2JERA1 PÄODUÖE AGEfE. Consignments Prompt 1 j Attended foi, j and the Highest Market Price obtain* for all Farm Produce. T. A. JAIMIE - THB Leading ^ Jíigli-class Tailor, ( RIVERSTONE, ( All Goods, of Highest Quality. . A Perfect Mt Guaranteed; SAC SUITS FROM £3 3s. TROUSERS FROM 15s 6n. Give Him a Trial. I _. ii 'ri PloughsI PloughsI i The Lightest and Cheapest DOUBLE- ,; FURROW PLOUGHS ia the BiÊtrict A Guarantee given with every Plough» The Champion Horseshoer. Make No Mistake. AH Kinds ot Implements Made or Be- ' paired. What You cau*t get done # any where else, bring it to He, and I will aa it, I have the only Lathe in thc district for .turning iron. 1ÎÏBEIÎÏG done daïtjr on best tyreing plates. Whee\wxighting in all its branches. , make no Mistake at Jirii Huntys OEORv}E-SlV WINDSOR. North Eichmond Bakery., G. ROBGERS, Baker and f G teñera! ...

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Road's Office, Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Road's Office, Richmond. The Hoads Department intend to tor m the road from Redgate to the Pitt Town settlement. " Mr. Kirwan, our road superin tendant, visited 'Goulburn last week for a couple of days on official fcusiness. The deviation works through Bradleys property on the Portland Hoad have been completed. Mr. James Williamson was the con tractor. The contractor, Mr. Joseph IPMahon, has just completed £ of a mile of road metalling on Com leroy Road. This is the largest Toad metalling contract which has been put through for some con siderable time. following are the lowest tenders ' received for road work, at the Court House, Richmond, on Monday last : ; Ckmtract No 3l, John O'Brien, £23/6/8 ; 48, ß. Mitchell, £36/9/0 ; 49, Wholohan and McMahon, £59/10/-; 50. M. Dunn, £25/17/6:; Jtf'Mahon Brothers and J. H. "Williamson, £28, both equal. We are informed that 3 mile's of clearing has been-doue to the road leading from Wilberforce to Koeky Sall, and a culvert has also been built, t...

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RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) Work ¿t the local meat woiks is very slac*k again. A. local cricketer came in for a great deal of applause for his splen did fielding on Saturday last. Fome talk is going the round of boycotting a local business-man, as he is pro-Boer. Thejjetitîon for the establish ment of the Éarly Closingyhas been preBentedf ^omotUing like TO sig^ natui«|^^^^pta1ned. ^. r A ^fawning photographer firm are canvassing this district, and are doing good business. We saw some of their work, which is credit ably executed. The Biverstone cricketers intend going to Petersham to-morrow to play the return match with the Petersham CO. They play on the Leichhardt Oval, and the folio wing j team have been selected to play :- I C. Ealey^ McGuireB (3), W. Mason, J. Meyers, A. Sherwood, C. Mort ley, T. Fletcher. A. Wiggins, H. Bobine, J. Wonson. Will Mason played, a faultless game of cricket for Biverstone last Saturday, scoring 109 not out, and never gave a chance. He we...

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The Federal Embassy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Ill . fi- The Federal Embassy. MOST people thought the idea of ! sending a special crowd to Eng land, to pilot the Constitution Bill through the Imperial Parliament, jhak been abandoned. There ap peared to be absolutely no neces sity for any such expensive free show, but a different phase has [been given to the matter by the ?if jroverument receiving a request '| rom Ur. Chamberlain asking for omeone to explain the Bill to the ommonB. Under auch circum ances, of course, there is no ques i on but that we should comply ith the request of the Colonial äcretary, and it only remained j * decide what the simplest effec If ¿ual arrangement would be. Mr. I^Äß;'^acted wiÜí consummate gwd taste in suggesting that only à small , delegation should be chosen, and that, the Premiers o*f the various colonies should mutually decide upon the team. Viotoxua has somewhat upset this arran^émerit by despatching Mr. Deakin, post haste, to London' ;föthüüt consulting the other colonies on the matter. Vari...

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COLO. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

COLO, (From our own Correspondent,) - Mr. Tom Simmons has been playing J havoc among the flying-fezes lately, and I it is not on 'innsnal thing at all to hear a dozen shots fired in one night among his trees. This ought to soon make them a bit scarce, eh? The crops of maize about her* look magnificent at present, thanks to the late rains. A great many experienced far mers 6ay they never saw maize crops J show better symptoms of a big yield than the present crops in Colo do. Whilst fishing at Mr. John Blundells 'wharf recently. Mr. Tom Jones landed a j flathead weighing 2JIbs. This is the largest flathead that has been caught about here since Mr. Jack Eather caught one weighing SJlbs. at Bunibury. J. 'Mr. W. Woodbury has a splendid crop I of Smith's seedling apples this season. This is a very good sort of an " apple, as J the fruit invariably fetches a goodprice, and it will hanj> on the trees after it is J ripe, for an incredibly long time. J Fish are very plentiful at Lower Port...

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WINDSOR LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

TOBSOR LïTBMRY AND SOCIETY. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Wit ear Literary and JJëbatihg 8oci< was held at the School of Arts Tuesday evening, -23rd Januai There'was a fair attendance member«, and the President, A J. J. Paine, occupied the cb air. The minutes of the previa meeting were read and confirmee Reference was made to Mr. Pa ley's projected departure frc Windsor, and a letter was re from that gentleman resigning 1 office as Treasurer of the Society. Rev. 0 A. White moved, ai Mr 0. E. Broome seconded, *4 Th some recognition of Mr. Padl*»j services should be made, and th it'beinthe form of a nodal eve ing and presentation." Carried. The Committee's first Annu -Report and Balance Sheet, whi< we publish below, were read ai adopted on the motion of M Beazley, eeconded by Mr. Mos gomery. The election of Officers and Con Quittée for the en> liing tweh months was then proceeded wit, .and resulted as follow :-Presi len Mr J. J. Paine ; Vice Presid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Valuable ' Kurrajong Orchard Land. Guest and Skuthorp WILL, by order of the Execntors of the will of the late Ur John Murphy, sell by public auction, at the Commercial Hotel, Bichmond, al 3.30« p.m. on SATURDAY, M FEB., 10, The following valuable LOTS OP LAND in the German Paddock, Karra jong : LOT 20- 8ac. or. 7per. LOT 22- 13a. Or. 3lper. LOT 23- lia. 2r. «'per. LOT 27- 6a, 3r. 3per. The Property will be sold in one or more Lots to suit purchasers. This Land was purchased by the latewMc. John Murphy at the recent Sale of the German Paudock,and is looked upon as the pick of the basket. It is splendidly situated, lightly timbered, and only about 8$ miles f<om Bichmond The soil is rich' and deep, abundant watet, nice Slopes, and altogether a model property for Citrus Fruits. < TERMS AT SALK.

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, 12TH JANUARY, 1900. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose, W. H. Dean, J. Ross and D. Mayne, J's.P.) AN ALLEGED ASSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Windsor Police Court. FBIDAT, 12TH JANUABT, 1900. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose, W. H. Dean, J. Boss and P. Mayne, J's.P.) AK ALLEGED ABSA.OLT. Frederick Wellington was charged '?warrant with assaulting, with int OD6 Elsie May Swadling, on the inst. Senior-Sergeant Boyd prosecuted the Crown, and Mr. McCauley appel for the accused, Constable Murdoch, stationed Windsor, deposed : I received charg accused on Wednesday, the 10th ii -from the Penrith police. Wellingtoi charged by warrant with committing alleged assault on Elsie May S wadi; of Wind&or, on the 6th inst. Elsie May Swadling, a single girl, siding with her parents in Catheri Street, Windsor, gave evidence ns to alleged assault and state.i that the formation as read was correct. I stated that accused pushed her doi and otherwise ill-treated her ; that Screamed and that Wellington ran nw She also stated that it was a dark nig and that ßhe unly recognised Welling! Jjy his voice ; that he had kissad her á previous occasion ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

PERSONAL. WOULD MARIA NOLAN (maiden mime Maria Davis), formerly ot Pitt Town, Windsor, but supposed to be now living at Parramatta, kindly com municate with her blotters, or write to this office, when she will bear of some thing to her advantage. FOR SALE. THREE TONS of^ PRIME SEED POTATOES, «Queen of the Val ley " (same as sending Co'jnarket). fi. V. EZZY, .North Bichmond. PUBLIC JMfeETING. IN compliance with a requisition signe î hy Me-srt. Skuthorp, Ezzy, Wood, Cobcroft and other gentlemen, I hereby cou vene a Public Meeting of all persons interested ia the formation of a Com pany of Mounted Men in this Diotrict, to be held Ht the Richmond School of Arts, at 8 p.m.. on MONDAY NEXT, 29th JANUARY. 1900. (Signed) J. W. HILL, Mayor. Hawkesbury Benevolent Society. NOT I CB is hereby eiven that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEET ING of MEMBERS of this Society will I be held at the Institution, Macquarie- I street, Windsor, on MONDAY, 12th FEBRUARY NEXT, at 2 o'clock p.m., to receive the Report of...

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NEWS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. From a Kurrajong Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

NB^VS FROM SOUTH AFRICA. From a Kurrajong Soldier. The following letter written by Private T. H. Norria, of Kurrajong, who WM for a number of years in the Permanent Ar tillery, "A" Battery, «nd who left for the front in tba first New South Wales Contingent, will no doubt be interesting to onr readers, and it goes to show the grit of our Bol'iiers Cape Town, Sunday, Dec. 10, '99.. Dearest Mother,-Am at present in camp at Capetown, and hare no idear when we will be leaving for tba front, but I do not think it will be long. The sooner wa leave the better. I wat never in such a bole in my life. We formed camp in a great sand bed, and every day is windy, so you can imagine what sort of a doing we are getting. ' When we landed in Africa I could not help looking and wondering at the dirty, crummy looking lot of soldiers who were camped about,, but I no longer wonder at them being ' dirty« We are equally as dirty, and it is : impossible for any man to keep himself olean in such a place as t...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

MARKETS. -« Chaff and potatoes formed the bulk of the supply forward. Chaff sold more readily at 3s 3d to 36 fid for prime, and 3s for good medium qualities. Prime lucerne in truss bales went at' 2s-8d, and in small bales at 3s. Oaten hay was dull, good chaffing description going at 1$ 9d, and medium qualities at 2s 8d to 3s. Pumpkins and melons were in good request, prime pumpkins making from 4s 6d to 4s 9d, and melons from 2s to 4s, according to quality. Potatoes were plenti ful, and had steady sale. Choice lots were scarce. Following are the price« : £ 8 d £ sd Oats. 0 2 4 to 0 2 6 Maize ... 0 2 6 0 3 10 Chaff... ... 2 10 0 3-10 0 Oaten Hay ... 4 5 0 4 10 0 Lucerne ... 2 5 0 2 17 6 Onions ... 1 10 0 2 10 0 j Potatoes ... 2 10 0 SOO ' Butter ... -0 0 6 0 0 9 Bacon ... 0 0 4f 0 0 71 Fowls ... 0 2 8 0 4 0 Ducks ... 0 2 0 0 2 6 Muscovies ... 0 2 9 0 8 0. Geese ... 0 4 0 0 4 6 Turkeys ... 0 7 0 1 0 0 Eggs. 0 0 7 0 1 0 Honey .... 0 Ô lfc 0 0 2fc Footwood ... 0 8 0 0 14 6 Billet Wood 0 ...

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St, Albans Police Court. JAN 17TH, 1900. (Before Messrs J. Walker and J. Thompson, J's.P.) SERUNA RAMICA V. NABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

St, Albans Police Court, JAW. 17TH, 1900., (Before Mess» J. Walker and J. Thompson, J'a.P.) SEBVXA BAXICA V. NABOB. Mr B» B. Walker appeared for plaint« . iff,and Mr McCauley for defendant. Thia was a case of insulting langnage, and stood adjourned from the 5th in«tant, when the evidence was heard bj Mesira J, and Aaron Walker J'a.P. Mr B. B. Walker asked that, as there wa« a different magistrate this time on the Bench, the case be heard de nova. Mr McCauley objected. Mr J. Walker, J.P., stated that he would dismiss tbs east without bearing any more evidence. Mr B. ß. Walker informed the Justice that he had no power to dismiss the case, as it was heard before two luatices,and he was only one, and as a fresh Justice was on the Bench the case most be heard over again. Ha also stated that he hid evidence to call in reply. The Magistrate, Mr Walker, stated he would Btill dismiss the case on his own responsibility, but without costs Mr B, B. Walker's objections were noted. 8BBUHA. BAMICA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

BÉIMBLE FÜRNITUEE, Campéis, 3ßed0%adßy and Bedding, OT AND WHERE TO OUT IT. A. HALL & COMPANY, OOBNEB GEORGE, AND LIVBBPOOL-STBEET8. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE * : In Tapestry and Plash, Conch, Pair Easy Chairs, and A Carved Chpirs. for £4 10s; 50 others, 5, IO, to 29 guineas, at HALL'S. . " ? DINING-ROOM SUITE, VERY Bf BON G COUCH, Pair Easy and 6 Small Chairs, all 8pring-seated and Padded Back, 6 guineas; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 guineas, at HALL'S. , BEDROOM SUITE. v WALNUT COLOUR or POLISHED PINK, Wardrobe, Plate Glass Door and Drawers, Duchesse Chest Drawtrs, éith glass attached, Marbia^ Top Washstand, Towel Bail, and Cape Chair, M ISs. 80 Bedroom Antes to seiest from 9. 12,18 to 50-guineaB. V FULL SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEAD Brass Bail, Donble-wire Mattress, and Best Bed Wood Flock, with Best Kapok Bedding, £4 10s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads to select from at HALL'c*. A. HALL & COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 George« 7 " street, SYDNEY. Countr...

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

MAILS. ÊM&ilu close At Windsor tot Sydney, -amatta, GranviUe, Eiver^tone, 6-30 n., 3.4» pm. . ' Wiseman's Äfei-ry--Monday, Wednes day, Friday; noon; abo Tuesday arid Friday, «x&i. . . .JWtt -5town, WHherforce, Sackville mach and Freeman's Beach, noon. ? - PittÏWn Settlement,11*0 in», f; Fo/TPster-Tuesday, Thúr*¡la> «nd fflatàrday, 11-80 a.m. fijtdntíy and Oran ville, 9 pm., dally. ;vMhl¿rave 6-60 a.m. ,'BU^ktbwn,8.45 p.m.

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

CHÜRCH SERVICES. -* STJNDAY, JANUARY 2B, 1900, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. - St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.Su, Ber. S. G. Fielding. ? ' St. Peter's, Richmond. Holy ^Com munion 8 A.m. ; services ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Ber. J. Howell Price. WE&EYAN. Windsor ll, Kurrajong 2$0, Rich, mond "7f80, Ber. A. S. Swift Enfield ll, Wilberforce 3. Windsor 7.30, Mr. S Part. Richmond ll, Hr. <'. Masterman. St. Albans 7.30 p.m.. Higher McDon ald ll a.m" Central McDonald 4 p.m.. Mr. A. Dickson ; tower Portland ll a.m., Mr. F. Simon ; Wiseman'* Ferry 3 jp.m., Mr. J. T. Marx ; Upper Mangrove 8.80 p.m., Lower Mangrove 10.30 a m. Kev. F. A. Caddell. v ROMA» CATHOMQ. Windsor, First MASS 8 a.m., Second Mass 10 «.m., Evening Devotions 7i80. Rev. 0. McDonnell. f 'L Y \CONGBEGATIONAL. '<., Mhroing 11, E*éning 7, Thursday even ing 8; Ffeemáu's Keach, 8unday after noon?* %, . ? «\'¿>i* » ./V-A. PJSÈSBVTKBIAN. f** - ->r .

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Hawkesbury Advocate. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. RICHMOND. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

\ '.' ' * --.-?-" FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1900. RICHMOND. (From our own correspondent.) Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Town returned on Saturday last from a trip to Woy Woy. Mr. G. Leggate has offered a prize of five guineas for one of the events at the next Kurrajong race meeting. Mr. F. E. Small had two gold rings stolen one day last week, valued at £5. The police have the matter in hand. Mr. Roi Watts has grown some pumpkins this year over 30lbs. in weight. .Roi's farm is looked after as well as any in the district. The Rev. Mr. Middleton, of Syd ney, preached at Kurrajong on Sunday last, having exchanged for tiie day with the Bey. Maurice Gray. - The Early Closing Bill is to be discussed by the members of the Y. M. Mutual Improvement Society at North Richmond on Monday evening next. \ G/reat enthusiasm is being evinced in the formación ot the mounted rifle corps at North Richmond, and every suitable cuddy in the district is being readied up for service. Mr J. Mahon has purchased an allotment of...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

\f_ ' ' lipGAL AND GENERAL. Held over-An interesting lot «{MorganHill news, aslo other/, district news, conceits, etc. "1 A picnic is to take place at Tower Portland to-day. A re* port will appear next week. Whilst play ing cricket on Satur day last Mr. Hilton Afoses sprained Jhis ankle. Becruits of " A " Windsor Com pany undergo musketry instruc tion on the local range to-mórrg^ {^Saturday) afternoon at 1.30 pf ni J . Private W. Eames, who is re ported missing in the Transvaal, fsa brother to Mrs. J. T. Fitz gerald^ of Windsor. The report of the annual meet ing of the Presbyterian Church elders is unavoidably held over, und will appear next week. \ A ' theatrephone concert was %eld on Wednesday night last, '&e proceeds of which go to( the Wesleyan</hurch fund. It was a «neceas in every, way. Full, re port next week. :r "Mr. Alfred F. Watchall,!'who Bas a high reputation in Sydney aa an amateur elocutionist, is go lng to give an entertainment un der the auspices o...

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