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

(Prona our own Górreepondent.> Miss Tessie McMahon, daughter of Mr. M. McMahon, of " Garry" Owen," has gone to Sydney for*** ehört holiday. Bain came down in torrents eat the Comleroy on Wednesday after noon last, whilst at North Bieb mond only a mere sprinkle wi» felt. . The many friends of Mrs. B. X» Peck, of Comleroy, will be pleased to hear that nhe is recovering front her severe attack of illness, and it is the wish of all that she will soon. be restored to her former self. ' t ' The largest and most up-to-date apiary in the Hawkesbury district is that of Mr. Harrison Ward's tm, the Comleroy road. We are com pelled to hold over a lengthy article about the place until next issue. One of the largest orchards OK the Kurrajong is that of Mr. lt McMahon's, situated on the Com leroy. Something like 100 aerea are in with citrus trees, all of whicflL are well cared for, and which give promise of the coming crop being 'ev heavy pne. Complaints ard being made by settlers living near t...

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Richmond Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

^.^^il^lDj^i&^ly« meettogof ¡ tb#i B¿eÍu£ond Borough,. Council I was MdM ¿hétbuncil7Cha>iiber8r on- ¡Weidnesday sight last. , Pre- ; sent-: tUMayor (Aid: £ W, Hill), in the chair ; 'and Aldermen Kelly,. Cobcroft, Skuthcrç.^Wateon, Allen, Campbell, and Bailey.. : The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. ACCOUNTS. Two printing accounts were passed for payment. COB1ÏESPONDENOE. From the Hoads Department, in forming Council that the road sub sidy, amounting to £9, had been paid to the Council's credit. ' From the Inspector of Dairies reporting that all dairies were in good order and in a cleanly state and healthy, condition. . From the Mayor of Cowra, sub : mitting motion recently passed by his-council in reference to obtain ing concessions in the postage rate for municipal correspondence, and asking for the co-operation of the Council, and that they endeavor to enlist the sympathy of the Hawkes bury member. . Alderman Campbell moved the acceptance of the...

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

FRUIT TREES. Orange Grove Nursery, Freeman's Keach, ria Windsor, N.S.W. ABOUT 15,000 CHOICE FBUIT THEES, including Summer Fruits. Abo Choice Bulbe, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds sup plied. AU letters to' be addressed to, IZZARD & CO.. or, W. M. MOSES, Windsor. Professional Plano and Organ Tuning. Our Representative - VISITS - WINDSOR REGULARLY, And also on Receipt of Letter. Orders, addressed c/o ADVOCATE Office, will be promptly attended to. W. BLACKBURN & SON, Piano it Organ Tuners and Repairers, Parramatta. ESTABLISHED 1876. Mr. L. A. Simpson, Dental Surgeon, ?T PARRAMATTA, - VISITS - Royal Hotel, Windsor, every Saturday, from 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. Artificial Teeth inserted for the Benefit of Health. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fillings and all Surgical Operations a Specialty. _ -ii ? -.. Professional, soLiorroB, ÏTC" Role's Chambers, 60 Castlereagh-street, SYDNEY. NOTE.-Money advanced on approved security. Mr....

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Au Revoir—Not Goodbye. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

Au Revoir-Not Goodbye. The Mayor, Mr. J. W. Hill, re ceive i the following wire on Wed nesday even iL'g latst : "Goodbye all ; thank towns people for kind ens. Signed, HACK HOLBOROW.'' A meeting of tho 51. E. C. Com mittee was ii»-ld on Tuesday last. The railway yard connected with the new carr shed was com pleted this week. , Mr. John Bailey, at, Biahmond Bottoms, ,on Tuesday last ^ trucked a couple oi trucks pt nice clean dry straw to the Redfern markets. A great many of the old students, and a large number of new ones, arrived at the College on Tuesday last from their respective homes. The College authorities are building a snug little cottage, on the Blacktown Road, in the vicin ity of the Ponds, for Mr. W. Gid dens, the caretaker of the College paddocks. A most enthusiastic meeting of Richmond ladies who are hard at work preparing necessaries and comforts for "Our Boys" at the front, was held on Monday even ing last. Good progress was re ported. It has been decided by the Kurra...

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THE ABATTOIRS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

THE ABATTOIRS QUESTION. AXDEBMÀIÏ KELLY did right in bringing the matter before the at tention of the. public at the last meeting of the Richmond Council held on the 10th in&t. Quite re cently the proposed removal of the abattoirs from their present site was discussed in Sydney, when a deputation waited upon the Pre . mier relative to the disadvantages under which Strathfield labors by having the wor$6*so dote. : \ We jaaááe -wSfc '«ferât, Alderman Kelly remark*^ that <h»frarit« ot ¡ ílhe Penrith BÍté¿ were * *fcoÜy fg . <j¡$S^jj&á A'6jjfeig(iiir-ift his féjaly .. itemoval, -4¿ut «eemed inclined te locate ÜtéBk «à oonve \^^'i^^Z^^^0i4\ «fa . lîeut ioi «ne another al. possible and in that fae islquite tborreot ; but -where we differ from 'him is that "he assumes there is no better place than Flemingtonlor the sale yards, while we are strongly of opinion -that ver j few worse places could be chosen for reasons which we Jiayealready mentioned, and ...

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The Warrigal Stowaway. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

The Warrigal Stowaway. STERN justice did not treat ttifc boy rightly who was found on board the Warrigal which was taking the "A" Battery to the war. This youth, it appears, was always getting into scrapes' al lióme, and ran away to -the. warv Modem ideas of righteoueneSé' look askance at such behaviour, but is there not evidence that this young man displays much of that high-spirited indominant perse verance, that restless desire for ad venture to go out into the world and do something,? which has made the British racewuat it ie. Suppose our fathers had been the stay-at-home easy going goody goodies that we are accustomed to look up to, we in Australia to day would be Chinamen or black fellows, or perhaps Boers. It is this high-spirited characteristic which had made Greater Britain, and young men of this type are always getting into ti oubte, be muse they cannot stand the dull monotony of peaceful times. Such men are bom for stirring times, and they should be sent to that quarter w...

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PITT TOWN CASUAL LABOR FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

PITT TOWN CASUAL LABOR FARM. On Saturday last we had the pleasure of being shown over the Government Casual Labor Farm, at Pitt Town Common, by Mr. A. Hutchison, the courteous super intendent. The place which un til 3 years ago was known as the Pitt Town Settlement,haschanged in many respects under its pre sent management, and if there is any good to be got out of the place,1 Mr. Hutchinson is the right man in the right place. Per sons who knew the original set tlement, with its bark humpies dotted here and there, and the half-cleared patches of land and log fences, cannot fail to notice the change that has taken place. When the Settlement was taken lover by the Government as a I labor farm, about 3 years ago, ~~- .-y - ; .'. J1 "" there %er© not two acres! of land that could be termed' property cleared, " whereto it. thB¿ present timié" flomètomi: like lflû _ acres are .cleared and under «ropa» When taking into consideration; the fact that the majority of . the men sent on to the f...

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RICHMOND. (From our own correspondent) A Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

RICHMOND. (From our own correspondent) A Chapter of Accidents. ? ?_ iii t. On Saturday night last while J .¿laughter and sister-in-law of ou -irorthy Mayor, Mr. J. W. Hill vere returning home from Kurra' jong, the horse when opposite Mr Allen's bakers shop, stumbled ovei a water-hydrant in Windsor-street Vansûig it to fall and throwing bot! ladies out ; in a short time it re gained its feet and galloped through the town, and eventually .mashed the sulky up in front oj Mrs. Lewis', in Lennox-street Thc liarse was, after difficulty, captured at the Hawkesbury College gates at about I p.m. Happily the ladies toet with no more serious injury than a few bruises and a slight «hock. .? . On Monday last at about noon, Ur. and Mrs. Phillip Charley, ac companied by two other ladies and * gentleman, who are visiting their beautiful estate, were driving down a hill approaching Richmond, near Kr. J.T. Town's Hotel, with his famous pair of chestnut horses, when one tripped (brough coming in. cont...

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

Established 1884. ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYDNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT. SS5 lents Promptly Attended to. t Sales and Cheques BRED WEEKLY. Intercolonial Fruits . . . .... Always on Hand. GENERAL PRODUCE AGENT. Highest Market Prices Obtained . For all Farm Produce. Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Every Attention given to consign ments, &promptretuxns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of Ne« South Wales- Sydney. Do You Need SPECTACLES ? QUALIFIED ^^^^ÈkC^^^^V OPTICIANS. YOUR 5I0HT TESTED FREE. We ere practical Spectacle Makers, and can Correct Cases of Defective Sieht from any Canse. We are Manufacturers of all kinds of Lenses, and importers of alf Optical doods. We Guarantee you Satisfaction, «? we make No Chara« whatever for Altera tion at Changing cf Glasees within Six Months from Time of Purchase. Wa will itt vira with a fair of Batt Crystal Leases ia Solid Nick«! Frames for 3/6-or Pebble lin Bolid Wickel Ft&mu, Straight or Curtin* Side«, for 4-'6...

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

55S«* SMOKERS of the HAWKESBURY i f ,TRT,," The New Signet Toto, Made from the Finest Virginia Leaf. If you Smoke Signet you will in all probability haye ' "A HAPPY NEW YEAR" I , -r Railway Stores; Rißhmond S. ORCHARD, Drapery, Grocery, and Produce Merchant, In thanking his Patrons for past support, hopes by giving GOOD VALUS t& merit a further share of same. We beg to thank our patrons for their fair and large support, And take this festive season for expressing this,' our thought : We with you all tbe blessings that a New Year always brings, And hope to share your patronage in all the newest things. We never boast our business place the grandest in the land, _ But when all pros and cons are weighed we'll be .quite close at hand j. So send along your orders-with attention they will meet And don't forget the Railway Stores in March-East-Market-streets, S. OEÛHAËD, i Corner March and East-Market-streets, RIOHMOHOL ? Business. PRIME GOODS J SMALL GOODS l GOOD GOODS I Choice Va...

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By Two Seconds! OR, How A Boer Plot was Foiled on the Stiroke of Time. A WARNING FROM CECII, RHODES— SHADOWING THE SUSPECT—A BOER SECRET SOCIETY—ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF GENERAL SIR REDVERS BULLER—FOILED BY KENYON FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

By Two Seconds! OR, ' How A Boer Plot was'Foiled on the Stiroke of Time. A WARNING FBÓK CECII, RHODEB SHADOWING THE SUSPECT-A BOER SECRET BOOIBjr-ATTEMPTED AS SASSINATION OF GENERAL SIR RED VERS BULLER-FOlLfcD BY KKNVON FORD. THERE is a man in South \ frica whose dream is of an unbroken British empire from Cairo to the Cape. No idle dreamer, either, is this man, but a cea8*le*-e, tireless worker who spares neither himself nor his millions in the cause he has at heart. Thousands of square miles have already been added to j our African dominions by his patri- j otic exertions, yet he seeks neither j honours nor titles, but quietly re- j mains at Hs post in far-off Cape town-a silent, sleepless centimd, ¡ ever on the alert lo detect and frustrate the plots of those who seek to overthrow British suprem- ! acy in the laud of his adoption. And the name of the Imperialist. -need it be said ?-is Cecil .Rhodes. Just at the time when our dispute with the Transvaal was beginning to assume a th...

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A STITCH IN TIME. [To the Editor ot the ADVOCATE.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

A STITCH IN TIME. [To the Editor ot the ADVOCATE. SIB,-as we Are on the eve of a municipal election, would it not be wise on the part of the ratepayers to impress upon the candidates for their suffrages the necessity for en forcing, the by-laws in town, and make . it incumbent upon the Council's officer to see to then proper administration ? Under the present free-and-easy system horses and cattle are allowed to wander day and night through the streets of the town, and not infrequently ara heeled up by vagrant dogs, wmcti causes (hem to scamper] along our thoroughfares to the im minent danger of all and sundry ; in addition to this they befoul the footpaths in a most disgusting manner. Then vehicles pass through ¡town every night in the week without lights, another source pf danger to the public; in fact it is only in exceptional cases that lights are carried at all. And fur ther/theijaok premises of many «! the residences m the Borough are in a most unclean and insanitary condition...

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THE EXCURSION TO WISEMAN'S FERRY. To the Editor of the ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

THJ ¿ EXCURSION TO WISE MAN'S FERRY. To the Editor of the ADVOCATE. SIR,-Your Wiseman's Ferry correspondent must have had a **rat" laBt week when he re . ferred to om' steamer excursion to Wiseman's on the 9th instant. First of all he stated that the passengers were only landed for about three-quarters of an hour, which is incorrect, for we lauded on the Ferry wharf at 11.15 a.m. and did not leave till 1.40 p.m., which means 1 hour and 50 minutes at the Ferry-quite long enough for them to "eat their lunch and get a drink " if they wished to. Perhaps it will inter est your correspondent to know that the hire for the General Gor don was £13 13s. But what does it matter to your correspondent ? he has not been asked to pay it. "The genial skipper, Dinnie O'Brien, of the s.s. Hawkesbury " would, possibly, have landed us for half the amount, but that boat only runs up the river as far as Sackville, and it; would be very inconvenient\ for passengers to ¿ave (o' drive, to the whatl àt: the ...

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CORRESPONDNCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opeinion expressed by our correspondnets.] THE ANGLO-TRANSVAAL WAR. ASSISTING THE EMPIRE. To the Editor of the ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

" . . ' T J[We do not necessarily Uentify oar« res with the opinions expressed by our oorrespondents.] THE ANOLO-TRANS VAAL WAR. . ASSISTING THE EMPIRE. To the Editor of the ADVOCATE. SIB,--What is the reason so many people in this historically loyal colony of oars so strongly object to the sending of troops to South Africa ? One is often confronted. with the impression that some . at least of England's presumably loyal subjects do not allow their loyalty to touch their pockets, for one often hears our Government treated to an unlimited share of animadversion and ridicule for its action in assisting the mother country in her present trouble. Some almost "lose their heads," and sententiously assert that " we can't stand it, for it will cost thousands of pounds to send the volunteers over." But there would be no emphasis at all laid on the word "expense " if England were protecting us against a violent foreign invasion, which we, un assisted, could -not resist. "Oh, that would be Engl...

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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

"Some consternation was caused in Sydney on Wednesday last by a rumor that a case of the plague had teen reported ito the . Health authorities from Dapves Point. Inquiries showed that there was some foundation for the report, though no great câuse for alarm. A city doctor, it seems, had been attending a patient' at Dawes Point who manifested symptoms of a sufficiently suspicious charac ter to warrant his reporting the matter to the Board of Health. The man's name is Arthur H. Payne. He is a ship's carter, and lived at 10 Perry-lane, Dawes' Point. On the case being reported to the Board ofv Health the au thorities had the patient placed under close surveillance, with the result that it was considered ad visable to have the man and his wife, three children, a servant girl, and a young woman who happened to be staying at the house, removed to the Quarantine Station, the necessary Executive authority having been obtained. Instructions were then issued to the police to have the house iso...

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

Madame C. Chalk, ELEOmOPATHIST, ETÖT, XXr.LIi visit WINDSOR TO-MOR VV ROW. (Saturday) and .will con tinue her visits regularly every month. »ADAMti C. CHALK may be con sulted at Cobcrofts Commercial Hotel, George-street, and any further infor mation may bc had by applying at the above establishment. ADVERTISERS should inspect our Subscriben1 Book. It will show you what an Advertisement is worth. - New Drapery, Millinery, and Boots Every Week. SKEOÜE WINDOWS AND CASES. 15 per cent. Cheaper than any House in the District. VICTORIA HOUSE, WINDSOR. New South Wales F?esh Food & Ice Co., ~ Limited, 25 HARBOUR STREET. ' 92 KJNG STREET, 134 KING STREET, 23 ROYAL ARCADE. -FOR MILK BUTTER GAME CREAM *, FISH POULTRY ICE « «» PASTRY, "' ETC, ETC, ETC. Head Office, 25 I^jr, Street, Sydney. H. PATESONJMANAGERI STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STOßES and " KEEP THE MONEY IN THE DISTRICT FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MA.RKET via., " THE ECONOMIC." EVERYBODY' Send Your Or...

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

ÏBOMOÛREXCHASGES: p Kimberley is the place whence nearly the whole world's diamond enpply is dev rited. The Kimberley diamond mines, though*only discovered in 1867,now «ap. ply 98 per cent of the diamond« of com merça, and it is estimated that £70,000,-^ OOO in value of rough diamonds have been taken ont since 1869,. and this value is' doubled by cntting. These mines are now worked under on agreement limiâtfg the annual output so as to meet the an nual demand. The mineaal wealth of Kimberley exceeds even thit of Johan nesberg.-" Tit-Bits. " A curious proposition ha5 been made to Lord-Curson, of Koddloston, by Miraa Ahmad, a well-known Mohamrncaan, of Kadikan. He wants the llritish Govern ment to call a public conference of all the religion« and submit them to com petitive examination under two tests --^demonstration of the sublimity of their moral teachings and an outward sign of divine support by the appearance within the year of some miracle Transcending all human limits. If he fa...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. Launching of a New Steamer. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 26 January 1900

WISEMAN'S FERRY. Launching of a New Steamer. (From our own correspondent.) With numerous of the readers of the " Hawkesbury A^VOCATB " I felt surprised, that in last issue nothing descriptive was contained, re the Gala-day at Wisemans on the lôth., when Mr. T. C. Chasel ings new boat was launched-a sight, such as never been witnessed in this portion of the Hawkesbury before. Though I am trying to remedy this oversight by dishing up some lather stale news, yet,, m justice to those concerned, a show account should be given and all we can say is : " better late than never ; " Tes, the 15th of this month was a red-letter-day at the Ferry ; as it was high-wáter shortly after ten in the forenoon the launching had to be fixed early, and this brought visitors and in vited guests on to the field of ac tion ere the Wiseman's Ferry folk were fairly over their breakfast. " Let us gather at the Hiver, the beautiful, the beautiful .River," was the, Order of the day, tüus people were massing from ...

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

OBITUARY. A young lady nameâ Riley, died on Wednesday morning last at her parents residence^ Upper .Richmond. The .deceased had been ailing for something like 8 months, and some time ago was operated on by Dr. MacGormack in the Prince Alfred Hospital, when lt was found necessary to amputate part of her hand. Since that time the deceased had been attendedupon by Doctors Helsham Watson, and Gibson. Great sym pathy is felt throughout the dis trict for the parents in- their sad bereavement. ' . ' The death ol Mrs. Mary Smithy of Newtown,. Windsor,, took place at her residence on Thursday morn ing last, at the advanced age of 71 years. The deceased was en old resident of the district, and was a relative of Mrs. Ewing sad Mr. W. Hagger, of Windsor. The> funeral takes place this Friday afternoon at $ p.m. The remains are to be interred in the Church ol England Cemetery. Mr.T. Collison has the funeral in hand. taker of Mr. Phillip Charley's Es tate at , Mount Tomah, named Joseph Harris,,...

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

YARRAMALONG. (From our own correspondent). We have been favored here with nice rain, and a good result is expected from the maize crops. In   quantity and quality for potatoes, Mr. R. Greentree topped the market. A great many are thinking   of cultivating the potato for the coming season. The wheat crops are all now harvested, and have proved a great success. A very enjoyable evening was spent at Mr. R. Greentree' residence,   Yarramalong, to celebrate   his second daughter's fourth birthday, when over 70 guests put in   an appearance. The music was supplied by Messrs. Taylor, Smart, Waters, and F. Newman. The duties of M.C were carried out in excellent style by Mr. G. Palmer. Opinions differed somewhat as to who was belle, so we must refrain from making a selection. The following guests were present:—     Misses Jurd, Waters, V. Waters,       A. Woodbury...

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