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The Roll of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

- ¡ The Roll of Honor. I THE deaths of our Australian soldiers bring home to us the I real horrors of war. These healthy ! hearted sons of peaceful Austra lia leave theil' pleasant homes and go where danger is, fighting for their father's country and for the honor of their native land. Would it not be nice for their fellow citizens of the towns in which they resided to erect a little memorial in their honor? It need not be. elaborate, a plain brass plate in the Town Hall, or in their Church, would be quite sufficient ; and their relatives and f riends would be glad to think that though their bones were lying cold upon the far karoo, their memories were warm in the hearts of their countrymen.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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ST. ALBANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

ST. ALBANS. Improvements to the Public School, which have for a consider able time past been badly needed, have at laBt received atteniton. We hear now that Mr. Morgan has not yet received the promotion reported a week or two ago. Our -correspondent probably thought that as promotions were being made in all quarters, such a hard and fast worker as Mr. Morgan has proved himself to be, would not be overlooked. A tea meeting in connection with the St. Albans Wesleyan Church, takes place on the 13th February, at Books' Ferry. The steamer " Cora " has been chartered to run a free excursion from Upper Sack ville, Windsor and Wilberforce. Visitors can meet the boat at Ben nett's Wharf or Sackville Wharf at 7 a. m. on that morning.

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LOWER PORTLAND. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

LOWER PORTLAND (From out own correspondent.) That beautifully-situated tourists residence of Mr. Peter Kemp's ii now being thoroughly renovated . both inside and out It is reported around here thal Mr. Wm. Blundell bas discovered several specimens of gold on thc Upper Colo river. Mr. Peter Kemp last week showed tts a sulky which he has recently built, and without doubt it reflects high credit upon him as a coach builder. A large supply of water and rock melons were provided to the school picnic on Friday last by Mr. Manning. The rations were un usually good, and were picked from Mr. Manning's farm. Visitors from all parts of the river and district attended the tower Portland Public School Picnic, held on Anniversary Day. _ A most pleasant day was spent by one and all. Me<*rs. Brinsley Hall and F. Rodda spent au enjoyable holiday at the genial Peter Kemp's resi dence lust week, when fishing and rowing served t<> while away a mo6t enjoyablo time. The champion ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

R. W. Cobcroft, TANNER & CUßEEEE, ^WINDSOR. HIGHEST PBICES GIVEN FOB Wattle Bark, Light Hides, Calfskins, Yearlings and Tallow. TERMS CASH. To Fruitgrowers and Others. A. J. HOWARD, COMMISSION AGENT, Belmore Market, Haymarket, SYDNEY. LI8T OF CHARGES. 6d per ein-case, including cartage. 4d per packing case, and others, includ ing cartage. Always reliable. Account Sales forwarded weekly. DRESSMAKING AN» MILLINERY, Mrs. Hards INVITES the attention of the Tesl, dents of the surrounding district to have a look at her business in WINDSOR« STREET, BICHOND. Latest Styles kept in Ladies' Sailor Hats. Â Good Assortment of Ladies' Corsets. Dressmaking a Speciality. lit and Style Guaranteed, Orders Neatfy und Promptly Executed Every Description of Ladies and Children's Clothing made on the Premises. A Trial Solicited. EVUBV KESILENI el Ott'1 PO'acriba to the U AWE EsBtTBY ADVOCATE j 2s 6d per Quarter in Advance,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

QOMîtlésiON AGENT, A. JURD, - WHOLESALE - FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENT, Fruit Exchange, S IT D IT E T. All kinds of Farm Produce sold such a« Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, Etc., - AHD Fullest Market Value Guaranteed with Quick Returns. B. ÏÏOLLMB & Co.. SUMMER SALE -OF- , ^ OUR ENTIRE STOCK -FOB - Fourteen Days Only. WE ARE OFFWNG GENUINE BARGAINS. Clearance off jstock is what we want, ajid we mean to have it. White Twill Shee tings reduced to 7¿d, lOJd, 12¿d. r Grey Sheetings, from 6£d. Grey Calico, from ls 11 id per dozen. White Washed Longcloth, 3d per yard. White Longcloth, from l$d per yard. Turkish Towels, 2£d, 4Jd, 6$. White Honeycomb Quilts, ls'll£d, 2s lld, 3s lld. White Toilet Quilts, extra large, from 7s lld rt Muslins, ljd per yard Printed Art Muslins Lace, stripe, 38 inches wide, 4 Jd per yard Long Curtains, ls Sd, 2s lld, 3s lld per p-iir Slate Silesias, 2}d per yird. Whiie A pratt Lmuu, 3j[d per yard lioidereti ditto, 3¿'( per yard Cretonnes, 'rom .jd pur y aid Doubl...

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Report of the Richmond Presbyterian Sunday School for 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Report of the Richmond Presbyterian Sunday School for 1899. There wa« a full attendance last 8nn day to hear the annual report read, «nd School MrsrFergusson, superintendent, stated that 1899 had been a good year. The attendance had kept well up to the flood-mark of the previous year, and new teachers had been added to the staff. She also .made feeling allusion to the serious illness of Miss Jessie Sly, which had prevented Miss E. Sly from attend ing to her duties she has for so mtay ? years now regularly discharged. Dr. Cameron presented the prizes lo the fol* lowing winners :-> CLASS i.-Prize 1, Wm. Sly, Clara Sly, Mary Bailey, and Millie Simpson. 2, Minnie Rolston and Olive Brunet; CLASS IL-Prise I, Robert Rolston and Jack Brunet. 2, Norman Benson. 3, Willie Allison. CL*ss UL-Prize 1, Cissie Brunet and Ada Whitwell. 2, Ivy Sly and Mabel Rolston. 3. Edelle Carter, Ivy Cornwell, and Ethel McNeil. CLAMS IV.-Prize 1, Annie Bailey. 2* Lily Whitwell, Wilgie Fergusson, and Kdello Gre...

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KURRAJONG. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

KÜRBAÍOIÍG. (From our own correspondent.) Monday vas one ol the hottest ' days of this summer ; one lady had 20 of her fowls drop dead through the heat. Miss Dunstan's wedding is caus ing no little excitement, as this lady is very popular in the district. Many of the faur sex are wondering who'll be next. Bain ÍB badly wanted at present ; a good downfall is needed to secure feed for winter. " Warren Ave" is looking its best just now, as grounds, gardens and orchards are in perfect order. The new school, when completed, will be a great improvement to the old one. lt is time we had a new one as the old one is unsafe. Miss Amy Pitt, who has been ill for some time, is now about again, to the pleasure of her many friends. The orange crops which were some time ago very promising, are dropping through the excessive heat ; the crops in places will only be very light. We are pleased to say that Mr. E. Myers, who has been seriously ill, is on the right road to recovery under the skilful treat...

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WINDSOR v. PARK VILLA. PARK VILLA—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

WINDSOR v. PAUK TILLA. PABK Vins.-lat inninn. A. Stubbi, b H. Bowman ' ... 0 Boots c (Subst.) b Bowman. 55 B. Tuckerman, st. Brsncker, b Bow« man . ... 82 Aspery. ^McMahon, b Bowman ... 2 0. Tuckerman, st. Branoker, b Bow. man ... ... . ... 8 W, Mitchell, c McMahon, b Bowman 2 T. Mitchell, not out ... ... " ... 32 Watkins, c Cobcroft, b Bowman ... 1 Everingham, st., Brancker, b .Bow« man . ... ... ll Woods, c (Subst.), b Chandler ... 4 0. Mitchell, b Onandler ". 3 Sundries. ... 8. Total.209 Bowling Averages.-Bowman, 26 overs, 86 runs, 8 wickets ; McMahon, 16 overs, 49 runs, 0 wickets ; Cobcroft, 6 otere, 22 runs, 0 wickets ; Chandler, 7 overs, 20 runs, 2 wickets ; Day, 8 overs, 20 runs, 0 wickets. WIHDBOB CC-1st Innings. Chandler, not out . ... 16 Brancker. c and b Books. 1 Allen, b Books... 7 Bowman, not out. 2 Two wickets for ... ... 26

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CRICKET. Competition Matches. RICHMOND v. H. A. COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Competition Matthes. BICHÍN» * Mr^ cúímm: The »bore teams nwt pt Bichmond*ini> this ' second round <jf;tbe Competition.; matchei on Saturday:Jaj$. :¡l$e Colleee clnb iB.le»dlne ari the first innings by 13 rons, Appended are the, «çorjpj- . H, A> Coj^o»7!Jptiïinings. Gjegg. cA. Matlin^PçrJ^ ... S McKillop. I.b.w., b Wstere ... ... 28 Mi P.CjB»pmMivb- DeyliOi ... 5 H. Cropper, c Mitchell, b Waters ... 18 E. Warbuston, c Waters, b Mortimer 3 Aigin, b Mortimer . 4 G.BigR, runout . 1 Peterson. ran wt ... ... ... 3 Tanner, b Devliu ... .* 13 3. 'McKillop, not out. 0 George, c Woodhill, b Devlin .. 0 Sundries., 1 Total... ... , ... 73 - Bowling averngesUj. W&teraj 16 runs," 2 wiokeUï M¿rtim«r,10;rdns, 2 wickets ; Devlin, 22 runs, 4 wickets. RICHMOND CC-1st Innings. Waters, c Gregg, b Tanner 10 Priée, e Gregg, b Tanner . 7 Mitchell, h.o.w., b Tanner ... ... 4 Klein, b McKillop . 1 Pitt, b Tanner... ... ... ... 6 Deylin, b McKillop ... . 4 Farlow, l.b.w., b Tanner .....

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What Crombo's Ghost Would Like to See. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Whñt Cttmbo's QVéBt Would'. Ukc to See. ? A, locality with mora hospitable' 1 peoßjie itt it. than the Hawkesbury District. H Less-free fights taking place in Windsor on Saturday nights. Ä better tailor than T. A. Jar rett, of Riverstone. Alderman Gosper returned un- - opposed at the coming municipal election. . More of the Council's water cart. A little more of "Jeremiah Jingler." . The Municipal Council endea vouring to locate the horrible stench which is so noticeable in George-street every evening be tween the Post-office and Pitts corner. A reduction in the price of gas.. Local Cricket Clubs keep their engagements in Union matches. The Lancer Corps at Rich mond meet with success. Cyclists prevented from scorch ing along the footpaths in the Borough. A representative Cricket Cluir started in Windsor next season* A neat fence erected round the cricket oval on the Park. Secretaries of cricket clubs iii the district send their scores along for publication every week. A few of the s...

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Other Matches. RICHMOND v. "NON DESCRIPTS." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Other Matches. BICHMOND v. "NONDESCRIPTS." A match between teams representing the above, which was interesting through« out, took place on the Richmond Cricket Oral on Friday last, and resulted in a decided win for the latter by some 40 odd runs. Following are the scores ;: - RICHMOND-1st Innings. Crowley, not out . 0 Farlow, b Simpwra. 13 Price, c and b McLeod . IS Waters, c and b McLeod . IS Helsbam, c and b Wall . 9 Mortimer, run out . S Klein, b McLeod . 1 Marlin, c, b Laurie. 8 Daley, b Simpson. . ... 0 Hill, b Simpson . 0 ll. Smith, b Laurie. 0 Sundries. 6 Total.73 Bowling averages-Laurie, 8 runs, 2 wickets ; Simpson, 6 pins, 3 wickets ; McLeod. 28 runs, 3 wickets ; Walt, 15 runs, 1 wicket. t NONDESCRIPTS-1st Innings. Holt, c Price, b Waters . 2 Mort, b Klein. I McLeod, c and b Klein . 14 Simpson, c Klein, b Waters. ... 42 Laurie, b Waters . ... 1 Wait c Mortimer, b Waters. 1 Bolin, b Mortimer . 26 Laurie, b Farlow . 0 Sinclair, c and b Waters . 0 Maclean, c Crawley, b Waters ...

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N.S.W. LANCER GROUP TAKEN AT SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

N.S.W. LANCER GROUP TAKEN AT SEAT OF WAR. Standing Sgt. MACDONALD, Cpl. Moffitt, Cpl HOPF. Barclay, Thomas, Palmer, Fitzsimmons, Fallack , Slattery, McManis Stewart, Harrison, Stratford, Avard, Blencow Myers, KILPATRICK, Cpl. Gould, J Heuston, Faulkner, Akers, Byrne, Holborrow, Milling, Brew, McPherson. Kneeling Sgt. Luke, Moylan Watts Saville, Webster Carte Johnson (Lis.), Whitney, McGill, Brady, Walsh, Chilcott (with pipe), Rankin Clarke , sitting Sgt Houston, Sgt Dooley, Cpl FORD, DALEY, Turner (pipe), Fenwick, Woods,' ROBERTS; Sprowle (behind Capt. Cox), Bresnahan, Morris, S. M. Reid, Dixon, Treatt, S. F. Rose Armbruster, Group in Centre   Seccombe DOUDNEY (no band, no feathers); S.M. Robson, Pestell, Capt. Cox. Lolling Donoghue (war correspondent) Waddell, Lieut. Osborne, S.M. Blow, Wilks (front), Tptr. Barnett, JOHNSON (S.), Peak, Knight. (Names of lancers taken prisoners I small capitals).

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The Bushmen Contingent. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

The Bushmen Contingent WHILE on the one hand Mr. J. M. Atkinson appears to be making an effort to choose only the right men for this important body, on the other it is evident that some few at least have gained admit tance to the camp who have no real claim to the title of " Bush men." A country person is not necessarily a bushmen, although it is true that some country town men may have a greater adapti bility to bush methods than the most thorough going scrubber. However, the idea of a bushman, in the sense it is used in this con nection, is a mau of mature years, who Las spent all his life among the gum-trees, who can read like a book all the signs of bush move ments, who is accustomed to the use of the rifle and does not dis play any longing after feather beds. There are men in that .camp who are only mere boys, who have not lived long enough to learn, those things which only time «m teach, and others who are more accustomed to the office or shop than to the broad treeless expaus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

FRUIT TREES. Orange Grove Uursery, Freeman's Beach, ría Windsor, U.S.W. ABOUT 15,000 CHOICE FRUIT TfiEES, including Summer Fruits. Also Choioe Bulbs, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower SeedB sup plied. AU letters to be addressed to, IZZARD & CO.. or, W. M. MOSES, Windsor. Professional Plano and Organ Tuning. Our Representative WINDSOR REGULARLY, And also on Receipt of Letter. Order?, addressed c/o ADVOCATE Office, will be promptly attended to. W. BLACKBURN & SON, Piano & Organ Tuners and Repairers, Parramatta. ESTABLISHED 1876. Mr. L A. Simpson, <er PARRAMATTA, Royal Hotel, Windsor, every Wednesday, from 3 pm. 6 till p.m. Artificial Teeth inserted for the Benefit of Health. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Fillings and all öuigical Operations a Specialty. - VISITS - Dental -"VISITS - Professional. SOLICITOR, Sm, Role's Chambers, 60 Oaatlereagh- street, SYDNEY. NOTE.-Money advanced on approved security. Mr. Jo...

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RICHMOND. Vital Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Vital Statistics. We art indebted to the, local Begistrar, Kr. Collett, lor the fol lowing statistics for the quarter - ended 4Ust December: -Births: 12 males, 12. females. Deaths:! 8 males, X female. Marriages : 3. The totals for tb e year are as follows :-Total marriages for 1899, 10; total deaths, 31; total births, 91. On Monday last the thermometer registered 114-degrees in the shade. The Richmond Company of the 3rd Infantry Regiment will hold a parade on the 10th instant. Mr. Waa. Mitchell has been ap pointed g udge for the Grafton Show, which will be held in March next. We nctine a few healthy speci mens of prickly pear on the reserve, adjoining the Richmond Road. Tenders for a large number of road cont» acts close with the Clerk of Petty Ses>ion-, lïichmond, on Wednesday next the 7 th instant. Mr. P. Wicken ha« accepted a position in the Agricultural Depart ment of Siu, Saud and orrow, other wise known as Western Australia. Mr. Norman Pollock, an ex student of the H.A. Col...

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The Peace Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

The Peace Committee. THE cable,' announcement thai s, Peace Committee has been formed to endeavor to bringabput a settle ment in South Africa îs strange reading. It would be amusing if it were not seri:us. To make any peace with the Boers which would grant them any shawdow of indépendance would l»e re peating the mistake made in 1881. It would be a strange coincidence if a Gladstone were to be instru mental in such a proceeding to day as one was eighteen years ago. But there would not be the excuse now for such an action that there may have been then. The great Gladstone treated the Boers in 1881 with a mag nanimity and generosity that would have gone to any other people's hearts. They wore too stubborn, to- blinded by self-es teem, to see the true nobleness of that action : hence the seed fell on barren " ground, and ii is a . strong worldly truth-had some less God-fearing and truly Chris tian man, had some blood-thirsty demon, been in power in England in those days, maybe the pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

WITH HARRY SMITH'S COMPLIMENTS. THE LICENSEE OF THE POPULAR AÏTD UP-TO-DATE GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. ONLY BEST WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT IN STOCK. SPLENDID and COMMODIOUS Accommodation kr Tourists. Splendid Billiard Tdble. Excellent Stabling Accommodation, and mi Attentive Groom, NOTE THE AOORESS; GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

Established 1884. ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYDNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT. Consignments Promptly Attended to. Account Sales and Cheques RENDEBED WEEKLY. Intercolonial Fruits . . . .... Always on Hand. GENERAL PBODT70E AGENT. Highest Market Prices Obtained For all Farm Produce. Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Every Attention given to consh ments, & prompt returns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of New South Wales, Sydney. To Nolan, Time & Co. Watchmakers, For REPAIRS. POST YOUR We Return all Watches duly Repaired, Post Free, with a Written Guarantee for 1 year Sixpence trill pay for Registering und Posting roar Watch to ns. Qc3. Two Shillings will pay for Cleaning your Watch or a new English Mainspring ... Si Three Shillings will pay for a new Cylinder*. . . Throe Shillings & Sixpence will pay for » New Stafl, Bent Steel, Highly KirUhid O/Q Nickel Stop Watches, oar own make, gnar. 3 yrs., Ö/6). Soild Nickel Keyless Timekeeper, puar. 1 year, ...

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By Two Seconds! OR, How A Boer Plot was Folled on the Stroke of Time. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

By Two Seconds! OB, How A Boer Plot " was Foiled on the Stroke of Time. CHAPTER M., A WAKKINO FROM CECIL RHODES SHADOWING TBE SUSPBOT-A BOBE SECRET BÖGEST V-ATTEMPTED AS SASSINATION OF GEN KB AL SIB RED VERS BULLER-FOILED BY KENYON i; FORD. ~ Whilst musing thus the détec tive was standing in the doorway of the Carlton Club, pretending to be interested in the passing traffic, but really watching Yansen, who was pacing to and fro on the oppo site side of the road. Suddenly he saw the Dutchman thrust his hand into his pocket, whilst at the same ? time a gleam of ill-concealed ex citement leaped into his eyes. For an instant he stood irresolute, and then, with an air of assumed indif ference, he commenced to stroll towards Waterloo Place. Quick as thought the detective glided after him. for he saw at a glance what hud caused the sudden change in Yansen's demeanor. Sir Redvers Buller had just appeared round the corner of Waterloo Place on his way to the War Offic« ! All uncv.nbciuus of h...

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HAWKESBURY D. A. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 February 1900

HAWKESBURY D. A. ASSO CIATION. A. meeting of the Committee was Jtald on the chow Ground on Tues day last. Present: Mr. 1. D. Single (in the chair), and 21 members. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary read copies of «avérai letters to Mr. Morgan, M.P., ' in reference to a special grant for faulding purposes, and to special prizes from the Department of Ag riculture; also Mr. Morgan's re plies, and one from the Under secretary for Agriculture. 1 Mr. Horgan stated that the Minister Iud told him that a show was not needed in the district, as the far mers could get all the information tiley needed at the Hawkesbury '. College, the best in the district. , After argument, Mr. Eegan said he would consider the matter when the Estimates were passed. In his xeply to the Secretary, Mr. Fegan «tated he could not entertain the aequest for a grant for building. JTt was shown by members present -¿bat grants had been made to the . following Societies : - Camden, ,^...

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