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Vineyards Annual Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

Vineyards Annual Picnic. Tte annual picnic In connection with the Vineyard Chut ch of England Sun day School has always proved a big success, and a good place to go to en joy'one's self. This year proved no exception, for although the weather was unpleasantly warm, people went there to enjoy themselves, and did eu to their heart's content. Visitors from all parts of the district-including a coach load from Windsor driven by Mr. W. Mortley-were present, ana the committee are to be complimented on the manner in which everything was arranged. The latter, consisting of Mrs. Forssberg (secretary), Mrs. Bubery, Mrs. Ë. Strachan, Mrs. Farrell, Mrs. A. White, Miss Boyd, Misses Rubery (2), and Mr. F. Simon, were kept busy all day attending to the wants of the assemblage, and providing amusement for the juveniles. Messrs. r\ Foster, B Strachan, W. Farrell, Jones, and C. J. E. Forrsberg were nlso among the workers. The young folks enjoyed themselvos at rounders, cricket, quoits, and other game...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

GOLF. At a meeting of the Richmond Golf Clnb which waa held on Tuesday evening of last week, it was decided to join the Suburban Golf club's onion. Mixed foursomes were arranged on Mon day last by the lady members of the Rich mond Golf club. Mr. Cuthbert Potts and Miss Cameron were the winners. The great heat militated against good play.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

IRRIGATION! IRRIGATION!! THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmer Squatter, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must hav SUFFICIENT WATER for Grass, Crop?, etc. Failing thc Natural Means-that is RAIN-the Ingenuity of Man is taxed to Supply this Want. Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to send a Representative to advise as to thc Beet Means of IRRIGATING FOUR LAND, and wilt UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT in WORKING ORDER. No Charge is made for Estimates should Business result ; otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses only will be charged. These Patent Wrought Galvanised Pipes are superior to all others for Pump Columns, Mining Water Supplies, Ventilating, Sluicing, Irrigation, and Wool Washing and Scouring purposes. LIGHT, STRONG, AND CHEAP. Visit My Works when in Sydney, Call or Write. All Correspondence Promptly Attended to. FOR PRICES AND PARTIO UL ABS, APPLY TO S. ZOLLNER, 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY. GIBSON, BA...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose, John Ross, D. Holland, A. Tuckerman, T. Lobb, D. Mayne, J. B. Johnston, and [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

(Before Messrs, T. Primrose, John Boss, D. Holland, A. Tuckerosa, T. Lobb, D. Mayne, J. B. Johnston, and F. Campbell, J.P.) LARCENY. Frederick Woodgate, on bail, was charged with stealing, on the 4th inst., a bag of chaff, valued at 6/6, the pro perty^of the Railway Commissioners. Mr. E. B. Walker appeared for the accused. On the application Of Sen.-Sergeant Boyd, the case was adjourned for an hour, for the attendance of Mr. Mahoney, who represented the Bail way Commissioners. On resuming, William Clayton Bradley, station master at Windsor, deposed : I know the accused. About 12.30 on Saturday last, from information received from gatekeeper Mrs. Ejlduff, I went to the station yard, and there missed some chaff. I followed Woodgate up the town, and found bim with the bag of chaff in the cart. I then took him round to the police station, and gave him in charge. The accused had no authority to take it. It was the property of the Railway Commis sioners. There had been a great many thefts...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

(he IföejSld ä»J3ffli» fi'%11, or communicate with the proprietors, i ADVERTISING BATES REASONABLE TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON Through the Hawkesbury District, THE CHAMPION HE A VT DRAUGHT STALLION OP TASMANIA, Royalist II. ROYALIST ll. is a pure-bred Clydesdale, welt-shaped bay, six years old, 6tands well on short sound legs, with lots of bone and abundance of hair of the finest quality, and i is a grand mover. His sire, Koyalist, winner of four first prizes at South bead, N.Z. ; g sire Hard Times, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding stallion of his day ; gp sire Extinguisher ; ggg «ire Vanquisher (890CSB), won first prize at Dumfries in I8C7 ; gggg sire Loch Fergus Champion (419CSB)j; gffggg sire Talmond's Champion (737CSB) ; gggggg sire Farmer (248CSB); ggggggg G lancer (338CSB) winner of second prize at Highland Society's show at Glasgow in 1850 , ggggggg sire Young Champion (337CSU) ; ggggggggg sire Broomfield Champion (05CSB) ; ggggffgggge sire G lancer ll (337C...

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A BAG OF CORN. INTERESTING WINDSOR CASES. SCENES IN COURT. A WITNESS FAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

BOBNBSIN COURT. ' A WITNESS FAINTS. . The Windsor police court was j crowded on Fridayiast to hear a case ] against William Henry Griffiths, who had been arrested for stealing a bag of corn, the property, of William Henry O'Brien, produce merchant, for whom he was a carter, and another case, arising out of same, against John Chaseling, who was summoned to answer the charge of abetting and counselling Griffiths to steal the said corn. There was a bench of nine-namely, Messrs. F. ii. Wilshire, P.M., and T. Primrose, D. Mayne, W. Hull, J. B Johnston, J. Boss, E. A. Pye, and D. Holland, J.P. GUIFFITHS'8 CASE. Tho case against Griffiths was taken first. William Henry Griffiths, on bail, was charged as above, the value of the corn being set forth as 31s 6d. Mr. K. B. Walker appeared for accused. Sen.-Sergeant Boyd conducted the case for the prosecution. Constable McCarthy, the arresting constable, deposed: From something he heard on Wednesday he went to see William O'Brien, who accom pani...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

A Macílent Wasted System Thoroughly Restored hy CLEMENTS TONIC. Hie Gas» of fyrs. E. M|ERT0N (BT A LOCAL BKFOETEB.) Surprise is an inadéquate term to describe the feeling with which such an announce ment as the following will be received by the general public ; yet the actual state of things whioh prevailed at No. 68 Mao quarie-atreet South, Surry Hills, are nar rated by the lady who experienced them, so there caa be no doubt «is to the facts. " Not BO very .long ago j" said Mrs. Eliza beth Merton, who lives at the above address, " I found that I could not stand the cold weather. This was a great sur prise to me, because I used to appreciate . cold climate ao much." "Perhaps yarn wer« net Tery well?* ventured the reporter. " I certainly did not feel aa buoyant .> usual, as I bad no energy to bustle about my work aa in former days, feeling only fit to wrap myself up and sit down. Beyond that there was no occasion for alarm for » little while; theo I seemed to eolian», suddenly. I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

Gosper-DiGkson fyepíal. AMEETING of the Subscriben to the Above will take place at the Council Chambers, Windsor, on MONDAY EVEN ING, the ISth INST., at 7.30 p.m., to arrange details as to Unveiling of Monument, fcc B. B* WALKER, 1 R R N. HALL, } Hon. Secs. Windsor, October 8,1902. GEO. ROBERTSON, MONUMENTAL MASON, WINDSOR. CAN supply you with the Most Up-to-date Headstones, Tablets, Fonts, ase., in Granite, Marble, and Stone, at lowest prices. Iron Bailings and Kerbstones. Write for quotations before ordering elsewhere. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will of ELIZABETH ANN DYER late of Windsor in the State of New South Wales Widow deceased. APPLICATION will be made after four teen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the Last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to MINNIE SKINNER and HUBEBT RICHARD SALISBURY DYER the Execu trix and Executor named in the said Will and all notices may be served at the offices o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

THE Ctjele Home, George street, ^^TOÍDSOE. All Kinds of Repairs Promptly Executed. I®-SECOND-HAND MACHINES always on hand bom £3 upwards. E. HAYES. RICHMOND DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) BEGS to inform the Résidents of Bich mond that he has pnrchased the above Business from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and Bespeotf olly solicits ii continuance of their patronage. THE EIOHMOND DAIEY HEED is recognised as the Best in the District, and the,PUBB8T MILK in any quantity can be Supplied. Cart runs round Richmond twice daily. PURE AND UNADULTERATED. FURNITURE. FURNITURE of every description and ' quality may be had for GASH or TERMS made to suit Purchasers. One of the LARGEST and host assorted Stocks tn the Colony io select from, and REODXAB SHIPMENTS of up-to-date Furniture continu ally arriving, at Prices to suit everybody. Following are a few lines kept in great »ariety : BEDSTEADS from thc cheapest to the best brass and pearl mounted BEDDING, Fibre, Wool, Flock, Kapok and Horsehair > CHESTS, three to...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XXI [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

A Trip to t^e Laqtf of tlie Rising Sun. [BY J. R. MITCHELL ] (For the « Herald.") XXL The remainder of our stay in Japan being very short-we were to leave Yokohama on December 13th for Sydney-we employed it in making preparations and bidding good-bye to the many acquaintances we had made in this wonderful land. We arranged to leave Tokyo by the 11.25 p.m. train. We spent most of our last day in visiting a few of the minor sights, and having a general look around the shops, bazaars, &c. In the evening we were invited to a farewell party given in our honor by Mr. Nosowa and his employees. The repast was served up at the Em perial hotel, in their spacious social hall. The dinner was a mixture European and Japanese-and, as we had by this time got accustomed to the native style of living, we rather enjoyed the novelty of partaking of both at one sitting. Besides Nosowa and Co.'ß staff, a good number of r. Nosowa occupied the chair, and, ^te-^i-^itel^j^eeâii referrjèji florar visi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

^immBí TEETH it stpsíiy PRICED1 Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. TeeJ¡h on Vulcanite, Bil ver, platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty'and natani appearance ' guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stumps if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. AU Dental Work; being DONK UPON .THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. OONSüLTáTIONS FREE. THE DBUGr JDEPAflTMENT 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 moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J, W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G. W.BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush," Sydney, GAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOK-STßEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From ll,SO a.m. to 7,30 p.m. AH Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. £$" Painless Fillings and Extract...

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OBITUARY. MRS ELIZABETH DYER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

MBB ^LIZABETH BYER. 1 lt is our painful duty Ibis «reek Ibo J hare to record tb» death of M*§> Elizabeth Dyer, widow of the late Uv. ' 8. E. Byer, of Windsor, which ead ?? «vent took place on Saturday morning laBt after a long illness. The deceased was 58 years of age, and was a daughter of Mr. J. Kirwan j of Claren don. She had been ailing for some j considerable time, and in spite of all the skilful attention of her -.medical adviser, and the - tender care - of her children, the inevitable «ame. Since ber late husbana'a death, the deceased carried on the business in Windsor * known as S, E. Dyer and Co., and was respected by all who knew her. 6be leaves a family of grown-up sons and daughters, including Hm. Skinner (Sydney), Mrs. Bayliss (Windsor), Mr. H. R. 8. Dyer (Richmond), and Mr. E. Dyer (Windsor). The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, and was followed by a large concourse of district people. The chief mourners were :-Messrs. H. R. S. and E. J. Dyer (sons), W. J. Sk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

»YAL . . HOTEL, NDSOR. R5300C3-3SriSH3r> toi-wai oi" . . . ZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMEROIAL, SOBGE-STBEET. WINDSOR EAGLES, Proprietor. fTRALLY situated, and renowned for i comfort and moderate charges. \n Excellent Ta*ble Always Kept. ated Reception House to the N. 8. Wales League of Wheelmen. I Brands of Spirits, Wines, and . Beers in stock. PST BILLIARD ROOM IK TOWN« ?YAL HOTEL, RICHMOND. F. RIEMENSCflNEIDER, FBOPBIBTOR. IE Most Up-to-date Hostelry in the District. Nothing but the Best Liquor First-class Accommodation. Cuisine lent, Billiard and Sample Rooms. ' Convenience. rindsor Markets. SALE DAYS : IESDAYS-» -AND SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHA BF. Quids of Produce, Fruit, Poultry ittle, Furniture, &c, &c. Bold. j.jjj^JOHNSTONt LFRED RANGER, ITIONEEB, LAND, ESTATE, AND fENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, -ÜATOR, AUDITOR, k ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. 10,000 to Lend on Approved Security in 9 from £300 upwards at Reasonable rest. 3TI0H BAI^SOONDUOTED. TAGES TO LET. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

?mw* ?wm RÍO H MON We are Offering -rn -AND And Daily adding 'to Our Stock of A DRAPERY. Gents.' WhiteDuck Cricketing Trousers, best quajitg^ Crash, Khaki 3/9, Assam, etc. White Duck Goats, Alpaooa Coats at Sydney Prioes Light Tweed Trousers, from 4/6 HATS! HATS! HATSI - White Washing Hats Tuscan Folders, 3/11 Canton Planters, entirely new Cotton Panama, just out Straw Boaters, beat quality, 8/6 Youths' Black and White Straws, 1/3 Children's Jack Tar Sailors, all prices. , Girls' Convent Ha's, in white and brown straws, bound an] plain BARGAINS in Ties, Braces, Socks, Hat Sands, Shirts, ftl LADIES ! Our New Lot of Prints, Muslins, Dress, Linens, Flower Sprays, BriUtynty IjCfttfonst-ete., etc.,<are wall c worth Inspecting, as wei are (tatting, tfte Prices, whio1| .» are Below Sydney Shöp Prioes. There is no occasion to go to Sydney now« welara hews» GROCERIES. Tasmanian Schpapper.in tins, fresh and kippered 8almon Cutlets, 6d per tin ; Sydney price 7jd Marinated Herrings, ...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

kt' -I - '"? > .«M. Arable' Sldey, of ti«wlwgton College, nephew of Mm. "J. 0, floro, spent a few day« in Ißiobmond this week. Mr. J. D. Smith, with a friend, put in from Saturday to Tuesday, on his ; Grose Yale estate. Mr. Philip Charley is not expected j to arrive home until December. From latest advices we hear that he haB pur* chased some splendid horses and cattle for Belmont Park. He has been having a splendid time, and is now touring the continent. Mr. Andrew Stewart spent a few days at Newcastle this week. . Complaints are being made about cattle being allowed to roam through the streets at night, and committing damage to gardens, etc. A childrens' garden party was held at " Kamilaroi," the home of Mrs. Dur ham,' on Friday afternoon last. Visitors from all parts of the district were present. The ground-with its beautifully kept lawns and flowers presented quite an animated spectacle. A eettling-up meeting of the lancer ball committee was held at the drill hall on Saturday...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 10 October 1902

OBIÖKET. FIXTURES FOB WINDSOR O.C., 1902-03. Oct ll, v. H.A. College, at Windsor Ort. 18, v. Enfield, at Enfield Oct. 26, jr. Bichmond, at Biohmond Nor, 1, v. Blacktown, at Blacktown Nov. 8, v. Railway CC, at Windsor Hov. 10, v. Commercial Bank, at Windsor Nov. 16, v. Pitt Town, at Pitt Town Nov. 22, v. Campbelltown, at Campbelltown j Pee. 13, v. Blacktown, at Windsor Dec. 20, v. Bouse Hill, at Bouse Hill' Dec. 26, v. St. John's, at Windsor Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and 10, v. Wilberforce, at Wilbert'ce j Jan. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. 31, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb. 14, v. Bichmond, at Windsor Feb. 21, v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Feb. 28 k Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor j Har. 14, v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta Windsor and Rouse Hill CC.'a met on the former's wicket on Saturday, the result being an easy victory for Windsor. Bouse Hill made 96, Sherwood (30), Cornwall (17). Hession (16), and Wigg...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19. CHURCH or ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Church Services. j SUNDAS", OCTOBER 19. CHURCH or ENGLAND. Vineyards, 3.30, Ur. Â. Blackett. St. Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Ber. J. Howell-Price, Bural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Bichmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 3 ; Heights, 7.30 ; Be v. M. Gray. St. Albans V, Higher Macdonald ll, Upper Macdonald 2.30, Bey. H. Bogers. Wiseman's Ferry 7, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, First Mass, S o'clock ; 2nd Mass IO o'clock. Evening Devotions 7.30. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor ll and 7. Rev. J. Winspear. Bichmond ll and 7, Mr. C. Gorman. North Richmond ll, Kurrajong 2.30, Mr. L. Dash. Wilberforce 3, Bev. J. Winspear. Sackville ll, Mr. M. B. Herps, 7, Mr. T. Mitchell. Lower Portland 2.30, Mr. Herps. Leets Vale ll, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lower Hawkesbury ll and 7, Mr. Mappin. St. Albans ll and 7, Lower Macdonald 2.30, Rev. J. Colwell, Upper Macdonald 2.30, Mr. W. Walker. Mogo 2.30, Mr. J. Walker FBESBYTKRIAN. Windsor, ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Marsden I Park, 1.30 p.m....

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The Small Yorkshire Pig at the H.A.C. (From the "Agricultural Gazette") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

The Small Yorkshire Pig at the H.A.C. (From the " Agricultural Gazette ") By. H. W. Potts. An interesting problem in all coun tries is the introduction of pure-bred stock and theip facility for adaptation to climate and environment. It is a matter of concern to the en terprising studmaster as well as the stock-owner to determine satisfactorily the effects of climate on imported stock, abd often doubts are raised and expressed, but, happily, not realised in most cases The experience, so far, goes to prove that acclimatisation under such genial conditions tends to destroy desirable points. The compilation of statistics to verify this contention presents some difficulty, but if owners of pure stock would regularly record the results of their experience and practical observa tions, I venture to think that it would be Bkown that the progeny from im ported stock, whether thoroughbred, cow, or pig, would show distinct evi dence of improvement in type and economy in maintenance. Some experi...

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A Chamber of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

A Chamber of Agriculture. A etep is now being taken to form a Chamber of Agriculture for New South Wales, which should be wel comed by every producer in the . Stale. If there is any body of men engaged in any particular industry that requites a Chamber to watch their interests, it is that of the farmers. The Chamber, it is pro posed, will have a general council of some twenty-five members, besides sectional committees for each par ticular branch of the industry. As a rule, farmers are slow in pushing on matters of this kind, leaving it to each other to take action ; but we hope to see them take a practical interest in their own Chamber, and become members. The annual sub scription is lös., and the secretary is Mr. J. J. Miller, Tattersall^ Cham bers, Sydney, who is an old farmer himself, and one who has for a long time been an active worker in public movements in the interests ol' the men on the land. From him all information eau be obtained as to this new movement, which has been i...

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