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WINDSOR V. PARK VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

WINDSOR V. PAUK VILLA. Windsor and Park Viii* clubs con cluded ;beir campciitiou malcu io thc sec>md round on ¿atur.lay last on the fo; mer's wicket. Park Villa won by 6 wickets; Followiug arc the complete scores PABK VILLA-1st Innings. A Stubbs, b II. Bowman ~~ ... 0 Books c (Subst ) b Bowman... ... 55 a. Tuckeriuau. bt. Brancker, b Bow mau .... SI Aspery. c McMahon, b B iwman ... Sf C. J uckermau, st. Urauckcr, b Bow man . .. ... 8 W. Mitchell, c Atc Mahon, b Bowman 2 T Mitchell, not uut. ... Si Watkins, c Cobcroft, b Bowman ... 1 Eycringbam, st. Brancker, b Bow-. mau . 14 Woods, c (Subst.), b Cband.cr ... 4 0. Mitchell, b Cnandler . 3 Sundries . ti Total.210 Bowling Averages-Bowman, 2G overs, 53 run», o wickets ; McMahon, Iii overs, 19 runs, 0 wickets ; Cobctoft, 6 overs, 22 runs, o wickets ; Chandler, 7 overs, 20 runs, 2 wickets ; bay, 8 overs, 20 runs, 0 wickets. WINDSOR CC-1st Innings. Chandler, not out . 55 Brancker. c and b Books . 1 Allen, b Books. ... 7 H. Bowman, b Xuc...

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CRICKET. Competition Matches. RICHMOND v. H. A. COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

CRICKET. -* ¡ Competition Matches. RICHMOND v. H. A. COLLEGE. ! _ The above team's concluded their m ¡itch at Richmond in I lie second round ot the Compctitiou matches on saturday last. 1 he result was a win for Richmond by 9 wickets, appended are the com plete scores : H. A, COLLEGK-1st Innings. Gregg, c A. Mnrlin, b Devlin ... 2 McKillop, I.b.w., b Waters. 2S M. I'. Chapman, b Devlin. 5 H. Cropper, c Mitchell, b Waters ... 18 tí. Wm busto», c Wat' is, b Mortimer S Al^in, b Mortimer . 4 G. Bigg, run out . 1 Peterson run out. 3 Tanner, b Devlin . .. 13 J. McKillop, not out. 0 George, c Woodhill, b Devlin 0 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total. ... 53 Bawling averages-J. Waters, lb runs, 2 wick, ts ; Mortimer, lu runs, 2 wickets ; Devlin, 2t mus, 1 wickets. RICHMOND CC-let-Innings. Waters, c Gregg, b Tanner ... ... 10 Price, c Gregg, b Tanner . 7 Mitubell, h.y.w,, b Tanner ... ... 4 Klein, b McKillop .'.. ... 1 Pitt, b Tanner.... fi Uevliu, b McKillop. 4 Farlow, 1 b.w., b launer ... ... 0 Wo...

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COLO. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

(From ont own Correspondent.) ll Large quantities of melons are j being shipped from Colo ajt present, I and the'priées received for-some so 1 far have been very satisfactory. There was a fairly large number of Colo people journeyed to the Lower Fortland School Picnic, which was held on Anniversary day, and they all appeared to en* ¡ joy themselves immensely. Messrs Tom Turnbull and John. Blundell each took an extraordin arily big cargo of water melons out of Colo on Wednesday, 31st ultimo. Each of them took about 100 dozen. They also had a good lot of stone-fruit on board. Mr. W. Woodbury, j uar., shot a dingo some few days ago. The animal had not done any damage among poultry about here before he received his quietus, but it was just as well to put him out of the way, all the same. Mr. Harry Jones has a splendid bed of melons, which, although not very large, produces a wonderful crop. He marketed about 7(3t " dozen in one day off this little bed about a week ago. Harry's melons ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

New Drapery, Millinery, and Boots Every Week. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND CASKS. 15 per cent. Cheaper than any House in the District. VICTORIA HOUSE, WINDSOR. New South Wales Fresh Food & Ice Co., Limited, 25 HARBOUR STREET. 02 KING STREET, 134 KING STREET, 23 ROYAL ARCADE. -FOR MILK BUTTER GAME CREAM FISH POULTRY ICE PASTRY, ETC., ETC., ETC. Head Office, 25 Harbor Street, Sydnoy. H. PATESON, MAKAGEE. STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUÏ attht; ECONOMIC STORES and " KEfcP TEE MONEY IN IVE DïfiîTKIOi." FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MARKET vis., "THE ECONOMIC.'' ?VERYBQDY=É= Send Your Orders Along. We are Waiting For Them DICK BROTHERS, ECONOMIC STORES, Windsor. Hoteis. -THE - Commercial Hotel, GEOËGFi-STiíRET, WINDSOR HAVING been thoroughly renovated, etc,, will specially recommend itself to country visitors and city tourists. Best Wines and Spirits Kept in Stock. Excellent Table. Fiist-class Accommo dation. Good Stabling, etc. ' Sydney Visitors ask for COBCEOFT'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, C...

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By Two JSeconds! How A Boer Plot was Foiled on the troke of Time. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

JBy Two JSeconds ! How A Boer Plot was Foiled on the troke of "Time. CHAPrEH II. j TS THE IJ0N*8 DEN-ANOTHEB MEET »O OF THE BROTHERHOOD - i DIABOLICAL PLOT - THE ABACS SERVICE CoRPS IN DANG KR--THI DETECTIVE DlSGOVKRlCD-A FIGH1 POE LIFE-LEFT FOB Li EAD. «Number niue will now proceed to the secret chambers for the roll call,' lie said. . At the words 'se-ret chambers^ - the detective pricked his ears. He listened eagerly for any sound that might enable him to judge where this secret chamber was situated, but be libtened in vain, and the next thing he heard was foe voice "of Van Obsler calling over the 'names When all the members had answered to their names, Van Ooster proceeded to address the meeting He first described the failure which had attended the attempt to murder General Buller, and then he called upon the ' breth ren' to swear with him that they would never rest until Yansen's death had been avenged. Following this, he launched into an impassioned tirade against Great britai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

Established 1884. ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYDNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT. Consignments Promptly Attended to. Account Sales and Cheques RENDERED 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, & prompt returns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of New South Wales, Sydney. Do You Need SPECTACLES? 4* OPTICIANS. QUALIFIED YOUR 51QHT TESTED FREE. We ore practical Spectacle Makers, and can Correct Cases of Defective Sight from any Cause. We are Manufacturers of all kinds of Lenses, and Importers of all Optical Goods. We Guarantee you Satisfaction, M wemakeNo Charge whateverfor Altera tion or Changing: of Glasses within six Months from Time of Purchase. We^fill flt yon with a pair of Best Crystal Lenses in Solid Niokel Frames for 3/3-or Pebote Lenses ta Solid Nickel Frames, Straight or Curling Sides, for 4-/6. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

BOROUGH OF WINDSOR ' . u -_ * TENDERS will be received np to 7.30 ' pim? <jn the 14th FEBRUARY, tot \}mbm4m.û-'- : .¿ 1 - 'T«ifl^g^Aa»èrÔsuîg: Catting feoal','.', Leasing of River Park for current . Municipal Year. Leash or Thompson's Square for our rent Municipal Year. For FdicUase and Removal of the Pavilion at Thompson's. Square. To be removed within fourteen days ot acceptance of tender. ' N. N. PENDERGAST, Council Clerk. BOROUGH OF RICHMOND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that; the following gentlemen have been nominated for the office of Aldermen :-% William John Kelly, baker, Windsor street. * Edward Campbell, solicitor, Windsor street, « George Bailey, painter, March-street. Charles Ausburn, electrician, Hawkes* bury College. The Voting for the Election of three Aldermen will take place at the School of arts, Richmond, on SATURDAY, 10th FEBRUARY, 1900, commencing at 8 I o'clock a.m. and closing at 6 o'clock p.m. the same day. J. W. HILt, . Mayor and Returning Officer. - Co...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

LOCAL MD GENERAL.I Attention is directed to Mr. J. 3. Johnston's sales in our adver iánng columns on the 10th and 17th February. A meeting of the Wesleyan Band of Hope takes place at the "Wesleyan Schoolroom on Thurs day evening next. HELD OVER.-" Yarramundi, -past and present," District Court, Jtand Appeal Court, Richmond Council, and other items. Mrs. Winefield, daughter of Mr. 33. Wood, of George-street, Wind sor, was taken to the Windsor Hospital on Tuesday last, suffer ing from typhoid fever. . The total amount subscribed to the Patriotic Fund in the district vp to the present time is £105 19a. ld. A full list will be pub lished in next week's issue. Master Athol Greetree, aeon of Mr. George Greentree, of Free man's Reach, has been laid up -frith typhoid fever, but under the «are of Dr. Gibson is progressing as well as can be expected. A splendid likeness of Mr. H. Morant, better known by the Hawkesbury folk as " The Breaker," appeared in last weeks **Town and Country" among th...

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Small Arms Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

Small Arms Factory. AT first blush, in view of circum- stances it would seem highly de- sirable to have such an institution as an arms and ammunition fac- tory within the colony. But there is another side of the question ; whât would the factory be doing during all the years of peace ; would it be laying by a store for a rainy day ? If so the probability is thot the arms and ammunition made to-day would be out of date, and useless five years hence, when it would be wanted. If on the other hand the factory is only going to work when its product is actually wanted, we would want some prescient person to in- form us say six months before a war was going to break out, of the coming trouble that we might prepare. The only way would be for the Federal Government to subsidise an ordinary factory by buying a certain amount every year, and letting volunteers all over Australia squander it in sham fights, rifle shooting, crackers, and such like passtimes. When the war is ever, perhaps this wi...

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MARSDEN PARK, (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

MARSDEN PARK.   (From our own correspondent.) Mr. Sonichson is erecting a large   hayshed on his property.   Mr. C. Woodbridge has lately finished building a new hearse. A bush fire has been burning in the property commonly called Fitz-   gerald's bush. A young lady of this district, Miss Ettie Woodbridge, was taken suddenly ill last Friday, but is speedily progressing. Mrs. Corkhill is having improve- ments made to her dwelling. Mr C. Woodbridge is the contractor, and he is , being ably assisted by his son, Walter. A niece of Mrs. Wheaton was missing last Thursday morning, but after a few hours Mr. Johnson found the little girl, who was none the worse for her adventure. The annual Sunday School pic- nic of the Gospel Hall was held on Anniversary Day, and, like its pre- decessors, proved a great success — thanks to the energetic manage- ment. A Miss Macartney, who bas been spending a few weeks' holiday here, was taken ill recently,...

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WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

WILBERFORCE. --------------         (From our own Correspondent.) Several local weddings are spoken of as likely to take place at an early date. The potato crops are almost finished. Owing to so much warm weather the maize is ripening fast. Who were the three young gents who lost the saddles off their horses whilst visiting their young ladies last week?             It is a pity that the two night prowlers can find nothing better to do than to destroy the ladies' dressing house on the river bank. They are well known and had bet- ter be careful, or they may find themselves somewhere where they will lose their little black mo's of which they are so proud.  

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

WISEMAN'S FERRY. (From our own correspondent.) A very funny incident happened here last week. It appears the landlord of the Hotel had instructed the groom to put the horse in the   dray and bring up some goods from the wharf. The groom — a bit of a new-chum--caught the horse, but not the hotel horse; harnessed him up and set off for         the load. When returning, the driver was pulled up by the right- ful owner of the horse, who wanted to know the whys and wherefores about his horse being worked &c. The groom up to this time was not aware of the mistake he had made, and of course religiously referred the accoster to the " boss," who   soon set matters right.

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VALEDICTORY. MR. J. O. L. FITZPATEICK, M.L A. A REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

VALEDICTORY. MR. J. C. L. FITZPATRICK, M.L A. A REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING On Monday night last a large and re- presentive gathering was held at the Royal Hotel Windsor, for the purpose of banqueting Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, on the eve of his departure from amongst us. Mr. Fitzpatrick had given his friends very short notice of his intention to de- part for other climes, consequently the large influential and representative gathering of district people who put in an appearance, must have proved very gratifying to the guest. The two gentle- men, Messrs. W. J. Perry and G.   McCauley, who were in a large measure responsible for the attendance of such a   number, had been untiring in their efforts since Thursday last in doing everything possible to make the event one that should never fade from the memory of one to whom honour was done. Host Bloome also deserves no small amount of credit for the up-to.date manner in which he catered for the dinner, which was vot...

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Hamkesburg Adbocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. ORANGE BLOSSOMSWEDDING AT KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. ORANGE BLOSSOMS WEDDING AT KUBBAJONG. On Wednesday last a happy event took place at St. Stephen's Church of England, Kurrajong, which will long be remembered by those who were present for more reasons than one. On that day the wedding, which had been announced - for some weeks, and which had been anxiously looked forward to by district folk, of Miss Alice N. Dunston, eldest daughter of one of Kurrajongs most resptoted resi dents, Mr. John Dunsten, J.P., and Mr. Alexander Middleton, the worthy Police Constable, of North Richmond, was solemnised. Pro bably never before in the history of the church was the accommodation taxed as it was on this occasion, or that it ever presented such an ani mated scene. The church was decorated with ferns, flowers (wild and cultivated), in , rich pro fusion, and the designs worked with these were very much ad mired by the large gathering, a carpet was also laid from the church to the entrance gate. The deco rations were carrie...

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RICHMOND. Farewell to Wr. and Mrs, Henry. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

RICHMOND.   Farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Henry. In connection with the departure from Bichmond of Mr. and Mrs. S. 'Hery, a very pleasing (unction took place at Richmond Wesleyan Church on Thurs-   day evening of last week. "? The inten- tions of the congregation bad been secret- ly kept from them, and it was no small surprise when they came, as they supposed, to the usual week nurht service of Christian Endeavourers an » choir practice to find the Church crowded with Rich- mond friends of various denominations, including Rev. Dr. Cameron, the Rev. J. J. and Mrs. Fergusson ; also the Rev. A. 8. and Mrs. Swift and some 50 other visitors from Windsor, Sörth Richmond   and Kurrajong. The proceedings were opened by sing- ing " Onward Christian Soldieis," which went with such heartiness and swing that the voices could be heard in March- 6treot. (A stranaer in thc town remark- ed next morning that he was attracted from the park by the voices, and he con- ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 February 1900

DEATH. PENDERGAST.—At his residence,       Linden, Stanley-street, Camper- down, 6th February, 1900,   JAMES MATTHEW PENDER-     GAST, age 49 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

^jÜ M MISSION AGENT. A. JURD, - WHOLESALE - FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENT, Fruit Exchange, STD ITE ~ST_ All kinds of Farm Produce sold such as Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, Etc., - AMD - Fullest Harket Value Guaranteed with Quick Beton». PRISTKD and Published by WALTE» THWAITES, at his Machins Plink ing Worte, George^treet, Windsor, ia the Colony of New South Wales,

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M. Peter's Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

M. Peter's Richmond. On Sunday morning last an Intercessory service for the troops in South Africa was held, the con gregation being very large, includ ing many members of the "D" Oompany of the 3rd Regiment in uniform. A stirring address by the Rector was attentively listened to. The special hymns which had been printed for the occasion, in cluded the new soldiers' hymn, " The Lord is my banner," sent out from England by Oanon Pain, and sung at St. John's, Darlinghurst, on the previous Sunday, and were rendered with great heartiness and expression by both choir and con gregation. Intheevening an "InMemoriam" service for Miss Jessie Sly and Miss Blanche Riley was conducted, the church being crowded. Tears were brought to many eyes by the touching by hopeful address of the Rev. J. Howell-Priee, who had ministered to both girls during their illness, and only at the last confir mation held in St, Peter's, had pre sented Jessie Sly to the Archbishop for the laying on of hands. The young...

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Christian Union. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Christian Union. Mr. Saumon, Secretary of the students Christian Union, held his first meeting of the season at the H. A. College on Sunday last. Among those present were the Rev. Dr. Cameron, Rev. J. J. Fergusson, Mr. Musson and 52 students ; the attendance being a record one. Mr. Satlmon delivered a farewell ad dress, during the course of which he stated he had always enjoyed his visits to the College more than to any place in the colony, and al ways felt at home with the students. He gave an account of his proposed tour, which was moat interesting. Mr. Sallmon has been visiting the college for about three years, and is shortly to start on a long voyage. He expects tobe at Jerusalem at Easter, Paris in August for the Worlds Convention of the Christian Union, and Canada, his birthplace, in September. His successor is Mr. McWilliam of Christchurch, New Zealand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Saturday, 24th Feb., 1900, At 2.30 p.m. Io Adjoining Allotments with Double Frontages, - AND - Substantial Comfortable Dwelling:, Étc,. Occupied by Mr O. Byrne, ALLOTMENTS 14 and 15, 8eclion P,. fronting Macqiiarifl-street 132 feet, , and w ith lane in rear, at Newtown, Windsor, J. B. JOHNSTON IS instructed to sell by public auction at his Sale Booms, Biker-street, Windsor, on date named, for above pur» po-e, the property described (in one lot). ONLY NOMINAL BESE BTE. t^- Terms Cash. For particulars of Titlts apply to MB, J. J. PAINE, Solicitor, Windsor..

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