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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

MARSDEN PARK. Mr H. R. Reid has left " Hillview," and is now residing at "Kildare," a residence he lately erected. During the course of a conversation with your correspondent, an ex-pre&B man remarked that the " Hawkesbury Herald " was the best printed country paper he had seen in Australia. A resident recently paid a visit to Mr. Parrish, late of this district, and how of Baulkham Hills Hotel, and he states that Mr. Parrish is doing well, and wishes to be remembered to his Marsden Park friends, Mr 0. Walsh is retiring from the wood and coal business at Petersham, and during the week moves into " Hillview." fwtiröHff improved.' Every^ p^pntar breed of fowls is on the farmhand the orchard shows scientific working. The property is an object lesson of what can be done " on the land." The weather lately has been severe. First a frost, which in low-lying places did much damage ; then heavy winds followed. On the 17th instant a thunderstorm occurred, 27 points being registered. Sh...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. --4 More rain ! Last Monday and Tuesday I Windsor had 2S pointe altogether. Kurrajong scored well - 103 points on Monday, 66 on Tuesday. Good' falls were experienced at Riverstone, Caddai, and other places. The scientists whose announcement ap pears in this issue can show good credentials. Mr. Hall tells us that the Out Bock devia tion work is to be put in hand at the end of the month, and local day l*bor will be em ployed as far as possible. Small Debts Court next Friday. Editorials, passing notes, College news, and other items crowded out through rush ol Bichmond court and othjr late copy. The whist tournament was completad o» Dick and Perry 22-16, take third place. The Windsor council met on Wednesday night. Present-the. Mayor and ¿ld. Dean r Berckelman, Hannabus, «nd Taylor. It wa all over in five minutes, Nothing to report Mr. Charlie Gosper drove round severa Tasmauian horse buyers last week, wit! the result that a number of our best stocl were p...

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

SANO. We caught the train from Nikko, and on reaching the junction Oyama-we alighted. After waiting eome time we took traiu for Sano, a little village well-known for its good crepe and Bilk. The chief market for the latter is America. We arrived at th« village a little j after luncheon. Awaiting us on the platform was a gentleman by the name of 0. Ogita, whom we learned j was Mr. Nosowa's buyer. Sano is the centre of the chief silk and crepe j manufacturing districts in Japan, and being a long distance from Tokio, Mr. Nosowa employs this gentleman aB his buyer. ThiB place is his headquarters, and, being thoroughly acquainted with the lo cality and the factory, we were for tunate in having such a chaperon. Our first visit was to the Aoki plain silk factory, situated some miles out of town. Rickshaws were engaged, and, as the country to be traversed en route was very rough and hilly, we found it necessary to engage an extra coolie for each vehicle. We pushed off with all haste, and we...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XVIX. NIKKO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

A Trip to tïie Land of t^e Rising Sun. [BY J. li. MITCHELL ] (For the " Herald.") XVIX. ' NIKKO. In turn the shinto shrine of Futa ara-a very fine bronze lantén dating from the 30th century-was visited. Other mausolea of less beauty, but brimful of interest to the archaeolo gist, met us at every turn, and would have taken us days to study and admire, for the whole district is full of intensely interesting historical associations connected -with old Japan. We spent the best part of the day wandering over this classic and sacred ground» but the inner man even here required attention. We returned to the hotel, and were recommended to the 8,000 feet ascent of Nyoho-Zan next morning. The views we obtained from the several points were unsurpassed. The jour ney had to be negotiated on foot, but countless delight was experi enced during our six hours' climb. When we reached the top we were rather worn out, but we found a very humble resting place-presided over * and marten furs are procured...

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

kwíwMúi TEETH AT&fl>ü¥ mim\\ J. W. AIIXIXSOV, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond, Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold, Fit, beauty end natural appearance guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stomps if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings A speciality. All Dental Work being DOSE UPON THE PBEM18B8, repairs ot all kinds can be executed at short notloe. CONSULTATIONS FBEE. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Your Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G.W. BENSON, , DENTIST, OP " HOMEBUSH," (SYDNEY, 0 AU BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOK-STEEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, Prom 11.30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. AU Latest Improvements ia Artificial Teeth. ' Painless...

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

MASSEY-HARRIS HIGH-GRADE FAEM MACHINERY. ^Stripper Harvester ' Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brentford Mowers Hay Bakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth * Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Boufflers-various sizes and styles Plows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star Binder Twine (.Traction Engines and Threshers APEY-PP CO., Uqihl 35 Broataj, Sytfney. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. MANURES FOR MAIZE AND ALL CROPS. ^POR EHST. ÄCEB OF POTATOES WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED (Yield-10 TONS 12 CWT. 2 QRS. per acre.) Two Unmanured Acres Only Yielded 7 tons 6 cwt. 1 qr. and 3 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 24lbs. each. THE WINNER OF THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER. (Yield-10 tons 7 cwt. 2 qra. lOlbs.) {ff See "Agricultural Gazette," August 1902. GEO. SHIRLEY & 00., MANURE MERCHANTS, 81...

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"Fighting Mac." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

" Fighting Wac." This is what Melbourne " Leader " says of Labor Member Charlie M'Donald, of the House of Represen tatives, who formerly resided in Windsor :-" Mr. M'Donald may have nothing to say, but he is ready-and is often successful-in giving rise to a useless debate that may weaken-biB own side, and waste valuable time which he, as well as others, is auxiou to spend elsewhere. In a word, he objects because he can't help it. It is his nature. During the tariff debate the free-, traders by careful flattering, jnade Mr. M'Donald their own-with certain reservations due to his capacity for objecting. By-and-bye he may- be depended upon to object to the party altogether. It is this trait in the hon. member's character which has given him a pro minence in the House that his abilities would have denied him. His band is not infrequently against every man and every man's hand is not infre quently against him. As he spreads himself upon the Labor Bench the hon. member apparently sees vis...

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A Tribute to Mr. Jas. Padley. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

A Tribute lo Mr. Jas. Padley. Mr. G. 0. Johnson, the well-known press contributor, has a letter in last week's "Lithgow Mercury," in whicb, whilst putting in a word of encourage ment for the newly-formed Progress Association there, he pays the fol lowing tribute to one of Lithgow's new blood, Mr. James Padley (for merly of Windsor) : " The names of the promoters are good ones, and I can answer for a few -some that are well known locally, and others who are new. Let me speak for one "new " man-jmd I do j this with both pleasure and confidence, j because I know him so well-I know him as an honorable, upright man a ¡ worthy citizen, and a most energetic worker in anything of a progressive character. £ mean Mr. James Padley, who, I see, has been appointed secre tary pro tem. Having been associated with Mr. Padley in many enterprises during the past fourteen or fifteen years, I am enabled to say that his location among you is Lithgow's gain ; for whether it be in the direction of improvi...

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

TH RIVERSTONE TAILOR. . ? . . IS NOW MIKING . A Grand Display -OF The Latest Tweeds, And is Prepared to Execute Orders in the Latest Style of Snits, with Perfect Finish from «3.9s. CASH. ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. ALL WORE GUARANTEED. NOTE THE ADDRESS : T. A. JARRETT, Higli-Gte Tailor, PPOE THE Cycle Home, George street, ua^WTNDSOR. All Kinds of Repairs Promptly Executed. O' SECOND-HAND MACHINES always on hand from £3 upwards. E. HAYES. FURNITURE. FURNITURE of every description and quality may be had for CASH 01 TERMS made to snit Purchasers. One of the LARGEST and best assorted Stocks in the Colony to select from, and REGULA» SHIPMENTS of up-to-date Furniture continu ally arriving, at Prices to suit everybody. Following are a few lines kept in gmt variety : - . BEDSTEADS from the cheapest to the best brass and pearl mounted BEDDING, Fibre, Wool, Flock, Kapok and Horsehair . *.> . CHESTS, three to eight drawers, all colors BEDROOM BUITEö, Pine, Cedar, Mahog any, Ash, and Walnut...

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Irrigation in the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Irrigation in the Hawkesbury. The announcement in your columns of the 19 th inst, that Mr. B. Hall's lucerne crop, irrigated for the past fortnight, had made rapid progress, must not only be gratifying to the enterprise of that gentleman, but satisfactory to all thoBe who may con template this aid to the resources of the district, whieb is so rich in such chances. The Hawkesbury not only affords opportunities for the likely fkoding of its level lowlands, but has, underground, ample resources aho available-for individual efïortB upon the superior tank and hose systems (with extensions suitable by the aid of overhead piping, to high lands. That the Hawkesbury has not been deepened ere this, in view of its varied possibilities, is certainly not for want of advocates. The simplest method that is suggested Jaa. toy tami fs Art m. - doubt _ tition, would in long y fears to come have to be followed up. The advan tages would not only be the perpetu ation-of the water supply, but would also ...

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

,-- -¿j-. ? OYAL . . HOTEL. '1NPSOR. IEJ BHOO&HTISBD HOMB OOP ... !poxT3aisTS . . . ÍTZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, 3E0EGE-STREET, WINDSOR. H. EAGLES, Proprietor. îNTB&LLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Kept. ointed Reception House to the N. S. Wales League of Wheelmen ; Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Beers in stock. EST BILLIARD ROOM IN TOWN« OYAL HOTEL, RICHMOND. D. F. RIEMENSCHNEIDER, PKOPBIETOE. IB Most Up-to-date Hostelry in the District. Nothing bat the Best Liquor . First-class Accommodation. Cuisine jllent, Billiard and Sample Boom6. ry Convenience. Windsor Markets. SALE DAYS : UESDAYS^ I -AND ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP. Kinds of Produce, Fruit. Poultry LFRED RANGER, PIIONKBB, LAND, ESTATE, AND [3ENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, LU ATO R, AODITOR, & ACCCUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. 510,000 to Lend on Approved Security in tí from £200 upwards at Reasonable 6 rest. rOTION SALESÔoîbuOTED. TTAGES T...

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School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

,r. In all parts of our State practical jt sympathy is being shown for; the in sufferers by the recent disastrous ex plosion at the Mount Kembla Col jjt liery by the large money contribu lu tious which are reported from day 3D' to day in the metropolitan press, n. A few weeks ago the Minister for ir- Public Instruction, through his in id spectore, requested the teachers to of do what they could to augment the d, fund. For this purpose the pupils n of the infant's department of the to Windsor superior public school gare lo a concert iu the school on Wednes )y day afternoon, in the presence of a le large aud appreciative audience. In s- the unavoidable absence of the Hon. ro Wm. Walker-Chairman of the Pub i, lie School Board, who kindly sent Ï an apology and a donation-the Rev. ?) A. Dandie presided. In his opening !r remarks the reverend gentleman re te ferred to the terrible disaster, and 0 commended the thoughtfulness of P Mrs. O'Kelly and her assistants, Miss Marden and Miss McDon...

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Penny-a-Liners! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Penny-a-Liners 1 People in other parts! who are regu lar readers of a certain Sydney daily would, judging by the Windsor items which appear from time to time with reference to the state of the Hawkes bury, get the notion that it must be, to use a significant phrase, about the last place made! The district is far from being at its best, but it is certainly not the awful place that the correspondent in question paints it. Local readers are at times amused at the accounts-they are so overdrawn and imaginative ; but, there is another aspect in which to look at the matter, namely, that outsiders are apt to swallow the stuff seriously, with the result that capitallists get unduly scared efl: looking at the place, city firms fight shy of it, and, generally speaking, a deal of harm is done. Our alarmist friend ought to haul in his horns a bit, and use discretion. BUSINE6S MAN.

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

KURRAJONG. ¡ The residents at the Heights ate anxiously waiting for the new road to be started. The Rev. Dr. Cameron conducted service at the Heights on Sunday afternoon last. The attendance^ was very large. The first-born-a son of Mr, George Walker was baptized. It is reported that the water in Wheeny Creek has fallen very con siderably, on account of the canal which is being cut lower down, letting the stream get away more rapidly. The more forward among citrus trees give evidence of an abundant crop next year, by the unusual shower of blossom. The steady rain which bus fallen in the district early in the week has put fresh heart into the farmers aud fruit growers. Given a good season, we have reason to believe that cora will be obtainable at very low rates, judg ing by the amount being planted. j During the week a number of cattle, ; belonging principally to Messrs. R Hennessy and H. Dunston, were brought back to Kurrajong from the vicinity of Symble, which place has been found t...

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Richmond Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 26 September 1902

Before Mr Ï. E. Wilt hire, P.M . and Messrs. 0. 8. Quest and J. McNeely, J.P. ? - Charles' Joseph Brown v^s pro ceeded against by Caroline Clara Bed well for detention of property- to wit, one receipt, valued at is. Mr. H. Levein appeared for the plaintiff. Mr. Campbell appeared for the defendant, and pleaded that they had cause to show. Caroline Clara Bedwell deposed that she was the plaintiff, and the in formation as reed was hers. ' Mr. Campbell here admitted that the notice for demand (produced by defendant) was served on 'dr-fendant, and be refused to deliver up the pro perty named therein. s Mr. Levein asked for the receipt, adding, " If it is in court. I demand it!" Mr. Campbell here produced the receipt. Witness (continuing) said: I re cognise the receipt as mine. Mr. Levein here took the receipt^ and said, " There's no hope of them getting it back again. I'll take good care of that!" Witness : I went to witness on the 2nd July to get the rent of certain premises in Francis ...

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

To Farmers, Squatters, Selectors, <itii$ People m the Land. IRRIGATION! ; IRRIGATION! ' IRRIGATION! THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmer, Squatter, Selector, and Everyone ou the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must have SUFFICIENT WATER for Grau, Crops, etc. Failing thc Natural Means-that is RAIN-the Ingenuity of Man is taxed to Supply this Want. j ' Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to send a Representative to advise as to the Best Means of IRRIGATING TO CB LAND, and will UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT In WORKING ORDER. No Charge is made for Estimates should Bubiness result ; otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses only will be charged. Visit My Works when in Sydney. Call or Write. All Correspondence Promptly Attended to. S. ZÖLLNER, 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY. LADIES' CORSETS WE ARE SHOWING A Splendid Assortment -OF THE Best Makes in Corsets. THE[CELE-^N [J at 4/6, BRATED Va**. D. 5/11,7/11 Tte P.D. Corset* from 7/11 C.P....

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

TENNIS. An interesting match was played on   Saturday afternoon, on the teacher's court at the public school, between Windsor and Freeman's Reach clubs, and was won by the home team by 15 games. The play was witnessed by a fair number of spectators. An ex- cellent afternoon tea was served, for which Mr. P. Beveridge catered. Following are the scores : - Mr. Podmore and Miss Macintosh v. Mr. Nicholls and Miss Greentree 6-1. Mr. Broughton and Miss Marden v. Mr. H. Greentree and Miss Dunstan 6-2. Mr. R. Fowler and Miss Gosper v. Mr. J. Hibbert and Miss L. Nicholls 6-5. Mr. Webster and Miss A. Boyd v. Mr. S. Hibbert and Miss L. Smith 5-6. Mr. Podmore and Mr. Fowler v. Mr. F. Nicholls and Mr. J. Hibbert 6-3. Mr. Broughton and Mr. Webster v. Mr. H. Greentree and Mr. A. Greentree 6-4. Miss Macintosh and Miss Marden v. Miss Smith and Mrs. Dunstan 6-2. Miss Barnett and Miss Gosper v. Miss Greentree and Miss Nicholls 6-5.   Mr. Podmore and Mr. Fowler v. Mr. H. Greent...

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

was the re-union which was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday- promotod by the ladies and gentlemen who took part in the "Trial by Jury" comedy. A number of invitations -were issued, With the result that about 40 couples were present Mr. J. H. Bloome-as o*íé¿>t the leading moven -had deooratelftbe halt and stage of the building inja most artistio festoon, and succeeded in transforming it into a place of bejauty. Flags, bunting, ana Chinese lanterne were strung across the hall, whilst the wall décora tions were also in keeping with the rest of the display. .The stage was exceedingly pretty. Small card tables had been arranged here, and those not taking part in the mazy whirl spent a pleasant time at draughts, cards, etc. As the soft light of the stage shone on the pretty costumes of the ladies-to say norning of their faoes-as they were grouped at the tables, ^formed * very pretty scene The floor had beth well prepared for dancing, and Jell present put in a thoroughly enjoyabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902

LADIES' CORSETS GIPSET. WE ARE SHOWING A Splendid Assortment -OF TnE~ Best Makes in Corsets. THE CELE BRATED C.B. at 4 6, 5/11,7/11 The P.D. Corsets from 7,11 O.P. A La Sirene Corsets, New Correct Erect Forms, 7/6 per pair. Ladies' Underclothing, Baby Linen, etc.

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Richmond Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902

PL ^efllaî fe'eeáñg of the above ominc^ convened by, th© Mayor, for the'-^frurrjose of dealing, with lapsed business, was held last nignt week. Present : The Mayor (Aid. E. Campbell) and Aid. Ausburn, Griffiths, Leavers, and Knott. The minutes of the previous meeting I were read and confirmed. ] COEBE8POKDENOE. From F. E. Biddle, secretary of the Eichmond Half-Holiday CC, apply* ing for the use of the park wicket on Wednesday afternoons and holidays. From D. C. Howell-Price, secretary of tho Eichmond C C., applying for same on Saturdays and week-days. The Council Clerk intimated that since the letters were written the Richmond club had not been formed, through want of support. The Mayor said he understood both clubs had been formed. He had been elected president of both, but had re fused to accept the offices until the matter of the wicket had been decided upon, as he wanted to be impartial to both clubs. He thought they might grant half-holidays and Saturdays, and let the clubs mak...

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