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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
9 H. R. S. DYER. MANAGER. Great SALE OF FOOTWEAR. GREAT REDUCTIONS NOTE THE PRICES OF A FEW LEADING LINES : Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes, 2/i I Ladies' Kid Buttan Shoes, 4/11 Canvas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slippers, 6d Kid Lace Boots 7/11 Blucher Boots, 3/11 Cossacks, 5/6 Gents' Heal Calf Boots, 8/11 Gents' Tweed Bals, 5/11 Boys' Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY STYLE. WE ARE THE. BOOT PEOPLE. TEA! TEA!! TEA!!! Try One Pound of our lld. Tea; Equal to Tea Sold at ls. 6d. per lb. Save Tour Money and Shop at Ute H. R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Wooster's. No. 2 PURE STEAMED B0NE0U6T, tor General Orchard Manuring. No. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, a Quick Acting Nitrogenous Manure. No. 5 BAW BONEDUST, the best for Grapes and Oranges, io good condition. Ho. 7 COMPLETE FERTILIZER, for Passions, Strawberries, Tomatoes, etc. PEA AN (^TURNIP MANURE. GENERAL PURPOSES BONEDUST. NITROGENOUS BONE DU ST. BRIED BLOOD (Dessicated and Sun-dried). DESSICATED MEAT WORKS MANURE. SULPHATE OF POTASH, KAIMT, NITRATE OF SODA. ...
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
BILLIARDS. The billiard tournament at the Commercial Hotel, Bichmond, con cluded hut week, when the two brothers, T and L. J. Phipps, were left in the final. The former won. The prize was a pair of trousers valued at £1 5B., made by Mr. M. H. White, Sydney. The final of the School of Arts billiard tournament was played last week, when Messrs. Pritchard and Foster met. The former won after a very close game. The prise was a guinea trophy presented by Mr. L. J. Holdsworth. In order to encourage this fascin ating game, Mr. Roberts is arranging a tournament, for which he is presen ting two cues for. first and second prizes. No charge will be made for entrance, and players will be required to only pay for the game. Mr. Boberts certainly deserves a big entry in return for his liberality.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
CRICKET. Wilberforce CO. opened the season on Saturday afternoon last with a match against a North Richmond team, on the former's wicket. Wilber force made 147 for 6 wickets (innings declared closed), and North Richmond 59. Wilberforce thus won by 88 runs. Following are the scores : WlLBEEFOROB. S. Tackerman, i.b.w., b H. Smith ... IO B. Hall, c Stevenson, b Smith. 7 Les. Brown, b Crowley .... 61 N. Bushell, c Parker, b Crowley ... 44 W. Wilbow, b Williams. 10 A. Daley, b Williams. 5 0. Dean, not out.. 12 Sundries . 6 Total 6 wickets for. 147 Innings declared closed. NOKTH RICHMOND. W. (Stevenson, b Horace Bowd ... 9 G. Williams, c Hall, b'fiowd. O 1. Smith, b Tookerman. 12 H. Mathereon, b BroHra... . 16 Windsor called their match off with Pitt Town on Saturday last on account of not being able to get a team. Wilberforce club promises to be very strong this season. The "wal loping" they gave North Richmond on Saturday was a good start, at all events. The following players have been ...
SPORTS AND [?] [We shall be plassed to recelve every week from secretaries of clubs any iems of interest for publication in this colum.—Editor.] THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
JW* «biúl W pies**! towels prery w«k from secretaries of clubs way items ol interest lor publication in this column.-Editor.] THE TURF. Mr. H, Dargin's . Dottswood won the Moorefield Handicap, of lOOsove., by Mr. Andrew Cornwell, and ridden by Ernie Woodgate, ran second in the Kogarah Stakes. Tl» many friends of Mrs Black, of ; Wiseman's Ferry will, be glad to hear that she had a win at Roseberry Park last week with Romas, a handsome pony filly bred on that lady's farm. A photo of Mr. W. H. Dean's Musketoon appeared in the last issue of the "Farmer's Co-operative News." A Riverstone correspondent writes : " When are we going to have another day's horse-racing here? It seems like everything else-dead. A short time ago we used to have some good racing, and, as the track is in first class order since the recent rains, the promoters ought to pull themselves together and make another Btart." Following are the latest foalings at Mr. W. H. Dean's Trevallyn stud : - Filly by Simmer from the...
Give Boys a Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
Give Boys a Chance. It ÍB surprising that more parents do not seriously consider the great im portance of giving their sons a fair ; start in the wtorld. Not with money, but with education, for is it not far better to spend the few pounds it costs a year in giving a boy a Bound mental grounding, than saving that money up in cash for him to receive when he is too old to benefit by schooling. A boy who receives a good business education can quickly make money, and fears nothing for his future. It is the plain duty of parents to give their sons this chance," particularly if a oollege can be found where the boys receive that motherly care and atten tion that only a true woman can give. At the Rockdale College, Sydney, Mrs. Forscutt has a great family of boys from all parts of Australia, Fiji, China, and India, who are not ashamed to have glistening eyes when, on leaving school, they say " good bye." The Principal, Rev. C. T. Forscutt, BA., has the reputation of being an able scholar and...
The District Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER IS DOING. ROUND AMONG THE CONSTITUENTS. A TWO=-DAYS' TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
wKWüUii %mmm warft. BOUND AMONG THE GONSTI TÜENTS. '-A TWO-DAYS' TOUB':&lt; . - Mr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the Hawkesbury, bas proved atrojan worker for the district. He is always on the go. He sets the pace a cracker Î Few of his fellow members could keep up with bim ; hardly any could surpass him. If he keeps «it up till the end of the term, and does not cry for a spell well, the Hawkesbury might as well make him a present of the seat, out of compliment. There is no telling the political future ; but it is com monly accepted that, if a contest were on at present, the man who would oppose Brinsley Hall would have a pretty tough time of it, for he would meet one who, by his indomitable hard graft and attention to the affairs of the electorate, has made a deep impression upon the constituents. Mr. Hall never misses his three days a week at. the House ; and between the sittings he is invariably to be found flying around the electorate. This week the member had a two-days' t...
The Heart of a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
Tho Heurt of a Woman. Was there* ever a woman yet who 1 could resist the joys, of shopping if someone else was paying the bill? And that is just the prospect every fond husband and father can hold out to bis wife or daughter, as the case may be, by speculating a shilling in the Eight-Hour Art Union, where the fifth prize enables the holder to pur chase at Hordern's £20 worth of any goodB she pleases. The first prize of £500 isn't too bad, or the second of £100 either, and there are tons of other prizes. Mr. E. A. Pye, of George-street, Windsor, is the local agent for the sale of tickets ; and as the Art Union closes on Monday, there's no time to lose.
Windsor Civillan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
_. ." -^m^petBk wa& üelä at tb^ niçbC Mr. :^.\^6t^'^fie^entf\ owunfed Aé-i^f^viiiâ there was a ] large attendance of members. ; T. BKP0RT8. '1 he report of the prize shooting] committee ior the^past quarter wa* f read as Follows :-1st prize, A. Far low, -MO points; 2nd, W. Mottle?, 140; 3rd, J. Eagles, HO; 4th, \V Boxhall, 140; ñth, W. Campbell, !38; Gth, J.""Hull, 138; for best im provement ia shouting during the quarter, W. Campbell. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS. Mr. Perry asked if arrangements wore complete about Monday's.match at Hand wick. The Chairman answered that tho match would start at 2 p.m. Mr. Bradley said if application was made at once reduced fares could be obtained. Mr. Perry asked i£ anything was hoard abjut the reservists' uniform. If the uniform did not turn up before | the shooting competitions took place in Sydney they would have to buy j them, as it was compulsory to shoot ! in uniform. He suggested that a letter be written by the secretary j urging the matt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
Tailor-Made Suite; For Gentlemen, in Bergerettes, 29/6, 37/6, 47/6, or Tour Order Taken and MADE TO ORDER, from 47,6. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. MEN'S HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, BRACES, A CHOICE COLLECTION. D. Holland & Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
MASSEY-HARRIS HIGH GRADE FARM MACHINERY. f Stripper Harvester «Wide Open Reaper and'Binder Reapers-Back and Bide Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills ' Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders DÍBC Harrows-12 dise, 14 disc t Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring- i - 7Tpotfi?' Diamond Harrows-6 sizes. - ScuSlers-various sizes and stylés j Plows-all'sizes and styles « Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oii '«Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star "j Binder Twine tTraction Engines and Threshers ; MASSEY-KAR^S % Uiptet 36 Broadwaij, Sydney. C. S. GUESTSAGENT, PIOHMOND. MANURES FOR NSÍAIZE AN#AEL GRÖPS. DEPARTMENT OF AGRIGÜLTUBE'ß ' FOU BEST itCEE O IT 3?OT.A.TO1EIS WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED * (Yield-10 TON8 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 qrs. lOlbs.) #3- See " Agricultural Gazette,...
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XX. SANO (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
' A Trip to tfte Land of tfte Rising Sun. [BY J. li. MITCHELL] (For the " Herald.") xx. f ? . . ? ? " - ? » SANO .(Continued)* The journey- back to Tokyo- was rather a Tong one, and to enable us, ito reach that city by evening we rose rather early to catch the morn ing train. After ? breakfast we . j ûmpedînto ricksha we and'journeyed . to^the station. The morning was bitterly cold, as the little village had been visited by a severe frost during the flight. The many-streams that ?', were' ja "rjishing- torrent the day ' before wer« JÍOW a blook of solid ice. The mountains all around were clothed in white, and bore evidence of the extreme cold. Nothwith standing such incongenial weather . conditions the proverbial hum of . the spinning wheels could be heard on all sides, and I noticed, as we ' flew past, Èhe youpg girls, working at their lpomB quite unconcerned. 1 I could not. notice this4 Vf itl)out a feeling of sorrow for the poor crea se tures^who; have to toil, sb early in ^^^^^^...
TANNERS POINIC. 5TH ANNUAL RE UNION. A BIG GATHERING AT RICHMOND. VISITORS DELIGHTED WITH THE PICNIC CROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
A Bia GATHERING AT EigaMom VISITORS DELIGHTED WITH THE PICNIC GROUND. Saturday last was quite a gala day for Richmond! "The St Mary«»' tanners, numbering'nearly 400, had chosen Kiohmond park for their an nual picnic, and the function-viewed from any aspect-proved a big success. Glorious weather prevailed, and every one appeared to be bent on having a good time, which it can safely be said they did. The picnickers expressed themselves as being delighted with Richmond, and prefer it io any of the places where they have previously held their picnics. It can be safely said they will come again next year. The park looked very pretty indeed, and everything had been arranged to make the outing a pleasant one for old and young alike. Two of the busiest men on the ground were Messrs. J. Barrett (sec retary), and W. Holmes (treasurer), and much of the jáuccess of the picnic is due to their efforts. The com mittee, consisting of Messrs. J. Pye (president), H. Pye, G. Tolhurst, G. Adams, H. Soh...
Church Services. SUDNAY, OCTOBER 5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
^ Church Services. SUNDAY;, OOTOBEB 5. CHÜECH OF EKGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7 Ber. B. G. Fielding. Vineyards, 3.36. St. Peter's, Riehmond, .11 and 7, Ber. J. Howell-Price, Bural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Bichmond, 7; St. Stephen's, ll ; Heights, 8 ; Blaxland'« Ridge, 3. St. Albans, ll ; Upper Macdonald, 2.S0, Mr. J. T. Marx. Upper Mangrove, 10.30; Lower Mangrove, S.80, Rev. H. W. Bogers. BOMAK OÀTIIOUC. Behool Anniversary Services. j Blchmoad ll, Supply ; 7, Mr. Mi Hyem, North Eichmond, U, Mr. A. t Williams. .Kurrajong, 2.30, Mr. A. Williams. Wilber force, 8, Mr. 0. Woodhouse. Sackville, ll, Mr. E. Reckless ; 7, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lower Fortland, 2.30, Mr. E. Becklesi. Leet's Vale, ll, Mr. H. Walker. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Bev. J. Col well. Lower Macdonald, 2,30, Mr. J. Leet St. Albans, ll and 7, Mr. J, Leet. Upper Macdonald, 2.30, Mr. A. Walker. FBBSBTTBBIAN. Windsor, ll a.m. and 7.80 p.m. ; Marsden Park, 1.30 p.m. ; Birerstone, 3 p.m. Ber. A. D...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
TENNIS. I Sackville and Freeman's Beach met last, Saturday, on the latter's j court. Sackville won by 107 to 93. We regret to tay that we had to hold the scores over. We would like to w gpt all Saturday scores not later than Monday or Tuesday, to ensure in sertion.
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
RIFLE SHOOTING. I On Monday (Eight-Hour Day), the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club and Civil Service Club, try conclusions at Rand wick. The following team will re present the Civilians:-Capt. Paine, J. Hull J. H. Eagles, W. I. Perry, F. Cupitt, J. W. Chandler, E. Dyer, F. Hannabus, E. Sandoz, A. Farlow ; emergencies, W. Moses, jun., and W. ; Smart. Each team will be constituted by 10 men, and the match commences at 2 p¿m. The Civil Service 4eam have engaged the target for the day, in order to let the visitors have a practice.
Water Conservation and Irrigation. Written for the "Hawkesbury Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
Written for the * Hawkesbury Herald." The period of drought which has affected this portion of the globe and still holds the greater part of thaaon tinent in its devastating grip-for the recent falls of rain have proved any» thing imt sufficient to assuage the thirstiness of the parched land-will he a warning which the intelligence characterising the Bons of our (at pre sent) unhappy country will not fail to grasp the full meaning of, to the end that many places which are now no better than a desert waste will, in the future, be converted, if not into the " smiling plain of the poet's fancy," : into something approaching that j happy condition. i It is needless for us to attempt to paint a picture of the suffering and wretchedness that not only the dumb creatures depending upon the herbage for 'their sustenance, but also human beings have been subjected to. Many pf our readers are, unfortunately, too well acquainted with such pictures. We may, however, be permitted to show how the e...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
Furthör beneficial rains were -en yiyeâ throughout this 4i«1*^:a£vM Friday, last. .} "J- .-'y- : .".>..-''*' In Windsor we had the heaviest tff| falls experienced here tbiVjçear-one ;|| late in the evening and another during the night. At i) nojrt-«3orning a little ? f ^ overdo inch was recorded. v j Nearly all our district correspond- ? ¡M ente in this issue record goui&weatber . ; ^ news. -?J¿ i W| We are indebted to Mr. Tèpbut for ? some further valuable information aa l¿§ published below. jj^ The iain at the Kurrajong for last ?>% month was 226 points, as compared ¿j with an average of 297. í tMjuie warm days were experienced - '4 here this week.' Yesterday was a fair '* introduction to eiimmer ! ": 1 _ "?- -. S
In Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 3 October 1902
In Bankruptcy. Before Mr. W. I. Perry, J P., DIB trict Registrar In Bankruptcy. The case of Frederick A. Taylor, deceased, bankrupt, was heard. Mr. R. B Walker appeared for the official assignee, and also for Mr. J. G. Percival, one of the creditors. Mr. Sanson, of Mermrs. Piggott and Stia fion (sydney), appeared for the bank rupt. The administrators were Mosers. J J. and E. E. Taylor, Evidencé was'taken, and the exam Iioatioa declared dosed as far as that eoart was oonownédí