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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Tailor-Made Suits. For Gentlemen, in Sergerettes, 29/6, 37/6, 47/6, or Your Order Taken and MADE TO OBDEB, from 47/6. PERFECT En GUARANTEED. MEN'S HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, BRACES, A CHOICE COLLECTION. D. Holland Sc Co. THU X,3CV3BI RIG H.M'QM We are Offering Value -IN DRAPERY -AND And Daily adding to.Qtgr, ßpclc^cf Up* DRAPERY. Gents.' White Duck Cricketing Trousers, best quality, Crash, Khaki 3/9, Assam, etc,' White Duok Goats, Alpaoca Coats at Sydney Prices Light Tweed Trousers, from 4/6 HATS! HATS! HATS ! White Washing Hats Tuscan Folders, 3/11 Canton Planters, entirely new Cotton Panama, just out Straw Boaters, beBt quality, 3/6 Youths' Black and White Straws, 1/3 Children's Jack Tar Sailors, all prices Girl«' Convent Hats, in white and brown strafes, bound j plain BARGAINS ia Ties, Braces, Socks, Hat Bands, Shirts.! LADIES ! Our New Lot of Prints, Muslins, Dress Linens, Flower Sprays, Brilliants, Ribbons, etc , etc., are worth Inspecting, as we are Gutting the Prices, wi are Below S...

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Hawkesbury District Philatelic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Hawkesbury District Phila telic Society. The usual monthly meeting of the above WSB held on Tuesday evening last, at the residence of Mr. 6. 8. Greenwell. Mr. W. I. Perry (vice president) occupied the chair, and there were present, Messrs. J. J. Paine (president), J. G. Beazley (vice president), W. J. Boss, J. Padley, T. Malters and the secretary, Mr. W. B. Greenwell. Two accounts were passed for pay ment, after the secretary's and ex change superintendents reports were read and adopted. Mr. Padley, who is cn a visit to the town, and still a member of the club, addressed the meeting, and gave some interesting information upon ?IhU^Jlw^^ th« editress. Miss J» Newton, and the ?$¡^\.Ut.'W..il8,..:'Ör!Bfnw«n. , The current number contained a quantity of original articles and extraots, and the title page is a work of art. This little journal has received, exceedingly favorahle notices from Mr. E. Bacon, the distinguished English philatelist and collecter of philatelic literature ' Consid...

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SPORTS AND [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

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The Public Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

The Public Wants. Mr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the Hawkesbury, bas kindly furnished us with copies of departmental corres pondence, of which we give a digest below. Public Works Department, re relief road works near Glenorie and Forrester for -local unemployed, stating that some work was started on 1st instant, giving employment to eight men-heads of families. From same, referring to letter re ceived from the Mayor of Windsor, submitting a resolution against al leged interference with the Windsor water supply by the construction of H weir across the Nepean River at Penrith, stating that the quantity of water passing daily over the crest of the weir was 54 million gallons, and it was not anticipated*' that the eight million gallons required for the Sydney supply would reduce the flow to an extent sûlttcient to injure the Windsor su|>pl| bad had careful con j owing to the necessity for strict | economy at the "present time, it is essential that no additional expense : should be in...

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

LOWER PORTLAND. A splendid lot of rain-between two and three inch's-fell here on Sunday. A good season is now assured. Large areas of pumpkins, melons, and to matoes have been planted, and we think there will .be more grown than there will be sale for. There is also great promise of a heavy crop of summer fruit. Ihe bloom of both the citrus and stone fruit trees has been the heaviest ever seen here. Mr. George Mitchell has a splendid bed of peas on his farm, and Mr. Gotta has about four acres of oats, which he is growing for hay.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

TENNIS. A Windsor team visited Freeman's Beach last Saturday afternoon, and got a doing. They have a splendid pair of courts out there, on Mr. Goo. Greentree's property ; and they have some splendid players, too-fair sex included. Moreover, they treat their visitore most handsomely. A glorious afternoon was spent. Play had to cease early, on account of rain. The scores were ; Mr. B Greentree andMiss A. Smith », Ut Webster and Mis» =Goeper, « -1 Mr. D. gibber* and Miss O. Smith-*/. Mr. Bassett and Miss McIntosh;6-0. " ' .' Mr. A. Greentree and Miss 3î. Greentree v. Mr. F. Eather and Miss Marden, 6-2. Gentlemen's Denbies. Messrs. E. Nicholls and J. Hibbert v. Messrs, Podmore and Pinestone, 1-6. Messrs. H. and A. Greentree v, Messrs. Wehbter and Eather, 2 '? 6. Ladies' Doable Misses A. Smith and E. Greentree v. Misses McIntosh and Gasper, 6-4. j SECOND BOUND. Mr. H. Greentree and Miss A. Smith v. Mr. Davis and Miss Gosper, 6-0. Mr, E.- Nicholls and Miss L. Nicholls v. Mr. Pinkstone and...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XXII. KOBIE AND SHIMONOSEKI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

A Trip to tlie Land of t^e Rising Sun. [BY J. E. MITCHELL ] (For the " Herald.") XXII. KOBIE AND SHIMONOSEKI. Having spent a most enjoyable time with Mr. Kinematsu, I arrived at the Oriental a little before seven, and, after a refreshing warm bath, we went in to dinner. Arriving down in the spacious dinning room we were pleased to find a band of seventeen performers discoursing English music on European brass and reed instruments in the entrance to the hall. The lively strains were continued during dinner, and we, with many others, sat and enjoyed the music till well on bed time. At this particular time of the year a great many visitors were in Japan, and this large hotel was as busy as a bee-hive. Before retiring, a party -consisting of six ladies and five mtlemen, myself and Mr, H an outing, and, taking advantage of same, we set out, and, although I had visited most of the places previously, Í enjoyed the night's adventure very much. The stroll round the many brilliantly illuminat...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, OCT. 17, 1902. "Our Brother Boer!" [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

WINDSOR, FBIDAY, OCT. 17, 1902. "Our Brother Boer!" .AH true friends of South African unity will regret that General Botha should have made Buch a discredit able exhibition of himself in the French capital this week. Of late it bas been borne home to the British people that the protestations of loyalty on the part of the conquered Boers are practically worthless. They were made with the lip, and not with the heart. Color is lent to this statement by the action and speech of the Boer generals in Paris, where, the cable informs us, some hostility was exhibited towards Great Britain, and our quondam foes were frantically applauded by the versatile Frenchmen. The speech delivered by General Botha, requesting the help of the French " to prevent the Boera being dragged in the mud," was in the height of bad taste, to say the least of it. More, it may justly be considered as an affront to the British people, who, throughout the campaign, acted in an honourable manner, and, since its close, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, EM PE BOES, and ail the Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. Orchardists given every satisfaction. EDWARD HENNESSY, Comleroy Road. Anotner Case OF Dyspepsia. PROOF FOR BOTANY READERS. Th« Case of Mr. C. LOCK. (Br otra KEPC-RTER,) Great achievements ia the affairs of men are like tides of the seas, which reach and affect the remotest bays and inlets, impart ing a thrill and swell of general ambition in the breasts of those who make a study of what has been accomplished. Many readers may find it/necessary to aim at the same ob* ject attained by Mr. George Look, of Lyons street, North Botany, an account of which appears below : " When I waa laid up some six years back," said Mr. Lock, " it wai, in the first place, through being seized with very sever« pains in the pit of the stomach. Later on I waa conscious of & distressing feeling, a« if a Jump had formed in the same part of my body. Then I was persecuted with intense pains in...

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Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Laying Competition. The committee of the H. Â. College Laying Competition met on Thursday evening last, when there were present : Messrs. J. E. Pernell (in the chair), L. L. Bamsay, W. Harris, A. E. Henry, H. E. Kelly, and " The Daily Telegraph " representative. The ac counts in connection with the first six months' test were presented and adopted. They showed that the ex penses incurred by the committee for hire of meeting rooms, leg rings for the competition birds, printing, pos tage, and other charges were equal to 2s to each of the 41 competitors The apportionment of the prize money, amounting to £19, for the year's test now in progress, was discussed at great length, and it was decided to give £4, £3, £2, £1, for the greatest number of eggs laid in the 12 months, and £4, £2, £1 10/, £1, and 10/ for the greatest number in the current six months. The Minister-for Agriculture has pttihetttütiö^ the Government Poultry Expert,' in an official report on the current con test, says:-"T...

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Hawkesbury District Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

ANNUAL MEETING. ? ? ?_u_ ? . . : _ ? The first annual meeting of the above association was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening last, when the attendance was not a very large one, on account of another meeting being held in Windsor that evening. Mr. .T. B. Johnston, J.P., occupied the chair, and there were present, Messrs. 0. Chester, G. S. Greenwell, J.P., W. I. Perry, J. P., A. D. Fowler, C. J. Forrsberg, T. Hancock, W. H. Pinkstone, W. 0. Barker (secretary), F. Fitzpatrick (assistant secretary), F. Campbell, and F. W. Collison (treasurer). CORRESPONDENCE. From the Postmaster-General's Department, stating that Windsor could not be included in the Sydney penny postage area, on account of being outside the radius. From the same Department, stating that under the new Act telegrams of 16 words, including the address, could be sent for 6d. From the same Department, stating that a Sunday night's mail from Windsor to Sydney, as applied for, had been granted. The official correspo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

âsh_Storas. À. GRIMWOOD. L PEW special Lines TO CLEAR. EN'S DOUBLE BRIM STRAW BOATERS AT GRIMWOOD'S, At 2/11 each. (IRLS' COTTON BIBBED HOSIERY. FAST BLACK. zoe 2, 3, 4, at 4¿d per pair zes 5 and 6, at öd per pair rVDIES' WIDE RIBBED COTTON HOSE, 6d per pair, at GRIMWOOD'S. jtlMWOOD'S INDIGO PRINTS Are "Warranted to Wash, ^vy and Butcher Blue Patterns at 6/9 per dozeu ack and White and Grey Shades, at 4/6 per dozen irple Patterns, at 6d per yard (£f- A Few Remnants of Prints and islins at Half-price. Men's Fashioned Felt Hats, .ECIAL VALUES, Newest Shapes, From 3/11. L SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF LELAND LACES, in Cream and Paris Shades per yard" ' RECIAL VALUE n LINEN TOR CHON LACES, at 1/3, 1/6,1/9, and 2/ per dozen [Grand Range of VALENCIENNES and MALTESE LACES, at Won derful Prices SW SEASON'S MUSLIN, mcy Floral Muslins, beautiful pat terns, at 7¿d per yard öw Season's Merlawns and Delaines, at 9d and 10 Jd per yard |>lored Organdie and French Muslins, just opened, at 1/, 1/3, 1/6,...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

COMMERCIAL» LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/Ô to 7/. Chaff, 7/6 to 8/. Bran, 1/7 to 1/8. Pollard, 1/8 to 1/8. Onions, 8/ to 8/6. * Oatenjiay, ê/6 to 9/. Lucerne, 6/ to 7/. 8traw. 3/6 to 4/. Peas (blue), 5/9 to 6/6. Peas ( Yorkshire), 8/ to 8/6. Oats, 4/3 to 4/6. Barley, 3/6 to 4/6. Potatoes, 8/ to 9/. Early Rose (seed), 12/- to 13/. Brownell (teedl 8/6 to 9/. Hungarian millet, 6d to 8d per lb. Lucerne seed (Hunter Biver) lld to 1/- per lb. Planters' friend, Sd to Od per lb. Wheat, 4/9 to 5/6. " i English Buley, 4/6 to 5/.

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

RIVERSJONE. Oá Saturday night and Sunday 115 points of , rain fell here. All the draine are overflowing, hut the Eastern Creek has not yet started to run. Mr. Lobban, who has been relieving Mr. Myers at the local public school, left on Tuesday last. We are pleased to be able to report that Mr. M. Myers has almost recovered from a very long bout of illness, and will retake over the school on Monday next. The church of England bazaar takes place this Friday and Saturday nights. Busy bands have been hard at work all the week making prepara tions, and a very large audience is anticipated. On Tuesday the local works people trucked an engine which was pur chased at the late Mr. S. Burdekm'a sale. We hear that it was sent to Morpeth. The dog season is over, and persons who have not registered their pets had better be on the look out, for the police will be on their tracks. We hear that Mr. J. Wonson is about to sell out hie hostelry. Mr. Sang, who purchased Mr Ii. J. ¡Mw comíoftafele fitti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

ROLL UP I ROLL UPI TO THE Windsor School of Arts Oil Monday, October 27th, 112, WHEN A Benefit Entertainment Will be given in aid of thc Devitt Family, FAIBIES and F LOB AL MABCH by Children, with Limelight Effects, nnder th Management of J. H. Bloome, Esq. Also Songs, Duets, and Quartettes, by Local Performers. Chair to be taken by B. Hall, Esq., M.L.A Doors open at 7.30 ; Concert at 8. FRONT SEATS, 2s; BACK SEATS, ls. . Children,Half-price.., CHAS. W. WESTALL, Hon. Sec. _J. H. BLOOME, Hon. Treas._ io 8éU by Public Auction. ' At His Residency Crooked Lane, Kurrajong, AT 2 O'CLOCK, P.M., ON SATUPAY, IBtft QGTOBEQ. 1902, 5 Bullocks, 4 Heifers, Saddle Horse, Timber Waggon, Bullock Dray, Bows, Yokes, and Chains, One-horse Tip-dray, Two-horse Tip-dray, 3 sets Shaft Harness, 3 sets Trace Harness, 1 set Buggy Harness, Trollies, Harrows, Ploughs, Cultivators, Corn-cracker, Chaff-cutter, Lady's Saddle, 1 Jinker, and other Lots. 1 A,f \ ACEES' Western Line, 2 miles -LTPVJ distant South Creek...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

The Baffle bf Gettysburg. ! ¡ After a lapse of eevea years, the manage I ment of the Cyclorama decided to replace " Jerusalem" by re-erecting the masterpiece of Cycloramie Art, the " Battle of Gettys burg,'' which caused so much excitement here some yean ago. For the last four years America and Europe hare been searched for a scene fit to replace Jerusalem and follow " Gettysburg," but nothing conld be found that would not suffer too much by com parison. A South African scene conld not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being expressed by Cyclorama visitors to see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it in any part of the world could be found-to re erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city will, after recent events, find a special interest in seeing what wax really means. The management have added a most facinating novelty to the Hali of Illusions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph films, make np * splendid «dAftt...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

Rifle Shooting. Following are the scores made by members of the Civilian Rifle Club on Wednesday : 400yds 500yds 600yds Tl. W. Mortley ... 34 32 31 97 A. Parlow ... S3 29 29 91 W. Perry ... 84 26 25 85 F. Cupitt ... 32 22 31 85 J. Eagles ... 30 26 25 81 J, Hull . 30 22 24 76

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Mr. W. Mitchell's Trip to the Cinronce. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

A repgweutfttfrr of the fl Herald " had » oonvowatíon last week with Mr, W. Mitcheli^onoerning his recent visit to the Clarence River. Mr. Mitchell, having had pressing invitations to take his draught horse Springfield to the Clarence River dis trict, decided, after due considera tion, to accept the invitation. On Tuesday, 16th ultimo, he took bis departure from Bichmond, taking with him Mr. John Izzard, who tra velled the horse last season. Having procured the assistance of one of Mr. Inglis's men-as his man was not ac quainted with the Sydney streets-the horse was safely taken to the North Coast Company's wharf without any mishap. Mr. Mitchell said he had a great dread of the city. Those who are acquainted with the enormous Sydney streets, and the crowded state of Sussex-street when a boat is leaving, can imagine the difficult task of lead ing a stallion, in the pink of condi tion, through them. The next job was to get the horse aboard-a risky undertaking, consider ing the positio...

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How to Become a Good Shot. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

How to Become a Good Shot. There are a number of reason which cause bad shooting. First, and most common, is that due to defective vision. Without the shooter himself knowing it, he may have been for years trying to shoot from his right shoulder when his left eye is much stronger than his right. This so influences the alignment of his gun in the majority of shots as to make it almost impossible for him to shoot straight. In most cases, if the shooter finds that his right eye is weaker than his left, there are seveial courses open to him. The simplest is to learn to shoot from the left shoulde. Another course for a man with a weak right eye is to have a cross stock. Some may prefer this method owing to the trouble in learning to shoot from the left shoulder, but, in any case, I think it worth any man's while, who is not, satisfied' with hie shooting, to make sure that the cause is not due mow te defective vision' Mooed about ISlnt^^SnVhui right, with the right foot turned almost at r...

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THROUGH SOUTH AFRICA. A Trok with the 2nd Regt. N.S.W. Mounted Rifles. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 17 October 1902

(BY TBOOPBR G. F. MOETIMBR, OP RICHMOND.) , _____ i I , IX. From the 13th to tho 19th the column rested at Ermelo, a very pretty town, about sixty miles from Stander ton, Most of the town and surrounding farms are owned by Commandant General Louis Botha. On the 19th, the fighting column left on a night march to attack a Boer laager at Bank Kop. Owing to the very heavy rain, and the extreme darkness of the night, the column was delayed two hours. When the journey was resumed, the order was given to gallop, so as to make up for the lost time ; but upon arriving at its ob jective, the column found that the commando-with the exception of two taken prisoners - had disappeared shortly before our arrival. Consider ing the exhausted state of our horses, and the condition of the ground after the heavy rain, Gen. Hamilton decided to abandon the pursuit. After resting a couple of hours, the column trekked back five miles, where it had been arranged to meet the convoy with the men's rations and...

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