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RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

RIVERSTONE; (From our own correspondent.) I The weather keeps very dry, and the grass all around is being burnt up. Mr. R. Wheeler has severed his connection with Mr. Darling, and is now employed by Mr A. Bam bridge. Great hauls o£ fish are being caught in the creek. The other day Mrs. C. Mortley landed one which turned the scale at 21bs. The road from Riverstone to Schofield's Siding is nearing com pletion. The forming is finished, and all it wants now is a coat of gravel. When will it get it ? Mr jO'Connor, who died suddenly at Rouse Hill last Friday, was buried in the Roman Catholic portion of the Riverstone cemetery. Mr. T. Collison, of Windsor, carried out the funeral arrangements. A Richmond pro-Boer was in town last Saturday night, giving his opinion re the vvar. when he was sharply taken up by a Britisher, who elated him right and left. The Boer, like his brothers in South Africa, soon hoisted the white flag. Messrs. J. Coulston, W. Hodge, and W. Morrison are- leaving here f...

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RICHMOND TOWN COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

RICHMOND.TOWN COMMON. Immediately following the Council meeting, a meeting of the Trustees of the Common was held. Present-the Mayor and members of the council. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ACCOUNTS. An account amounting to £4, due to the ranger for wages, was passed for pay mant. MOTIONS. Aid. Whitwell asked that tho ranger's attention be drawn to the bad state of part of the Common fence, and that be be asked to do what he could to repair same. Aid. Kelly moved that the mayor see the ranger and ask him whether he would be willing to work for £15 per annum. He had heard it reported that the reason for his moving in the matter, was that he had someone eke that would fill the posi tion for a less sum. He wished to give this a flat contradiction ; nothing was further from his mind, all he wished to do was to study the ratepayers and the interests of Richmond. In view of thc returns from the common, he considered that the sum paid to tue ranger for wages...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 19G0. CHUBCH OP ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, morning IV and evening 7.30 (special music}. Pseach er, Bev.fi. G. Fielding. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll sad 2.30, Agnes Bänke,, 8.30. Bev J. Howell Prioe, Sector. WESLEYAN. Windsor ll,'MT «. Dart ; 7.30. Bev A. fi. Swift. Bichmond, ll, Mr F. Midson ; 7.80, Mr S, Dart. Enfield ll, and Kur rajong !«Ö, -Rev A. s! *wift. Wilber force 6, Mr S. Dart Hawkesbury Col lège 9 a.m,, Bev A.«; Swift. 'Sigher McDonald ll, Upper McDonald 3 <H(0.), £t Albans 7.30 (aof), Rev F. A. Cadeli Lower PortUtfd JO 30, Wise man's Ferry 7.80, M^ !~f*o|^ . '. 1 ,8t.v Matthew^ ,Windsor, 1st Mass 8 öVstMjk? ^nfi; jttáwi ? IO o'clock, Evening Deypttoni f,80.' r ttev B. McDonnell. . " ' ' GONOEBOATIOÍIAL. . Morning.-ll, ^vening Thursday even U*&$ » ? ^reenian'a Beach, Sunday after- \ siooii 8. . PfiESBYTEEIAN.

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The Agricultural Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

The Agricultural Gazette. FARMERS do not seem to know, as generally as they should, that this publication can be had free for the asking from the Depart ment, if the applicant is a bona-, fide farmer, or man on the land ^ofany d%|iptton^Thg'Gà^tté/V both in get-up and reading mat ter, is one of the best journals of its kind in the world, and it al ways has something or other in it .of practical use to its readers. Any farmer being in doubt or difficulty, or having made an im portant discovery by experiments, will find a welcome friend in the " Gazette." A late issue has an article où the advantages of sheep keeping on a farm, which shows an unexpected source of profit for a farmer in addition to his wheat j and hay, without necessitating ! the use of further land.

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MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

MARSDEN PARK. (Ff om our own correspondent.) Mrs. Macartney and family have returned to Balmain. Mrs. Mangold has been ill and confined to her room for the past week. I am pleased to report that Miss Woodbridge, the young lady who was lately seriously ill, has quite recovered. Mr. Llewellyn Lawson, who a few weeks ago accepted the agency of the "Sunday Times," reports that the sale .of same is gratifying, and when we have a Sunday train it will be largely increased. The war element has at last reached the rising generation here, and two local squads styling them selves Boers and British fought a fierce battle. I have not the plea sure of informing you who won, but judging by the black eyes, bruises, etc., I fancy it proved a very fierce engagement indeed. J Mr. Walter Bird, the representa tive of Fairfax & Sons, proprietors of the " Sydney Morning Herald," 1 paid this district a visit last week, and inspected the local agency, ex pressing his pleasure at the in creased sale ...

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

{¿qfjpMÚ'' iBeäßUßds, and Bedding, ". V mr AND WjaÇEB-TO GSTIT. , .. A, HAM- ^^OMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL-STREETS. ' DRAWING-ROOM SUITE In Tapestry and Plash, Conch, PflVC. Easy Chairs, and i Carved Chairs, for* £4 10s; 50 others, '5, 10, to 20 guineas, at HALL'S. ' DININÖ-BÖOM SUITE, VERY STRONG COUCH, Pair Easy and 6 Small Chairs, all Spring-seated and Padded Back, 6 guineas; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 guineos, at HALL'S. BEDROOM SUITE. WALNUT COLOUR or POLISHED PINK, Wardrobe, Plate' Glass Door and Drawers, Duchesse Chest Drawers, with glass attached, Marble Top; 'Washstand, Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £6 15s. 80 Bedroom Quites to select from 9, 12,18 to 60 guineas. 1 FULL SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEAD f Brass Ball, Double-wire Mattress, and . Best Bed Wood Flock, with Best Kapok Bedding, £4,10s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads to select from at HALL'S. A. HALL & COMPANY, - The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 Oeorge streét, SYDNEY. Country Orders Packed Free....

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

TMOS. LOBB, > DRAPERY & DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT ' r 11 GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. OUB DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT is m eharpe of MISS LONG, late of Farmer and Co's., Sydney, and Customers can rely on obtaining an Excellent Style and Fit. We keep no shoddy stuff, and we Mark our Goods in Plain Figures. Note the Address : GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. Ladies, TOUR ORDEBS FOB SUMMER DRESSES will have our best attention. A NICE BANGE OF DRES8 MATERIALS TO SELECT FROM, which, Price and Quality considered, we think will please you. Good Value In Gloves, Parachutes and Hosiery. Agent for Madam Wiegel's Paper Patterns and Publications. MBS. W. CAMPBELL, GBOEGE-ST., -WIJSTÔêbR. The Emporium Stores, WISEMAN'S FERRY. . T. C. CH ASELIMG, Proprietor, The Universal «Provider. A LARGE STOCK of DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, BOOTS and SHOES. Patent Medicines of Every Description in Stock. All Goods at Sydney Prices. Goods delivered to any part of the Hawkesbury and its Tributaries by the Floating St...

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Richmond Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Richmond Borough Council The usual fortnightly meeting of t »bore Council was peld at the Conn Chambers on Wednesday, the 7th in Present: The Mayor, Alderman J. 1 Hill (in tbe chair), and Aldermen Kell Whitwell, Campbell, and Bailey. The minutes of the previous mee til were read and confirmed. BALANCE SHEET. The Balancé Sheet was read by Mr. ' 8. Guest, the Council Clerk. Aldermi Kelly moved that same be receive Carried. DAIETMEK'S LICENSES. Applications were made by the follov lng for dairy and milk vendors'licenses : Mr. Jos. Onus (objected to by the inspe tor on account of regulations net bein complied with), Me«srs. H. Hidge, J. , Percival, T. Beay, and G. Eathc (granted). ACCOUNTS. Only one account was presented, i being for wages due to J. Bucktoi amounting to £8 8s. Receive '. HEALTH OFFJCEB'8 BEPOET. The Health Officer, J. Buckton, rt ported that the health of the borougi was goo t. Received." BEPOET OF INSPfcCTOB OP BAIEIKS. The report of the Inspector of Daine was read, an...

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

FRUIT TREES. Orange Grove Nursery, Freeman's Beach, via Windsor, N.B.W, ABOUT 15,000 CHOICE FRUIT TBEE6, including Summer Fruits. Also Choice Bulbs, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds sop« plied. All letters to be addressed to, IZZAED & CO., or, W. M. MOSES, Windsor. liver Excursion to Wiseipfs Ferr| In aid off St Thomas' Church, Sackville. MONDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY. STEAM EB HAWKESBURY will leave Mr. Bennett's Wharf at i' U, Churchill's Wharf at half-past 8. ta tum trip leave Wiseman's Ferry at half past 5 p.m. FARES : Adulta, ls. Gd. Children from 6 to 12, ls. C. 3. TUCEJERMAN, Hon, Sec.

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CRICKET. Competition Matches. RIVERSTONE v. PARK VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Competition Matches. BIVEBSTONE T. PARK VILLA. The above clubs met on the Military; (Windsor) ti round on Saturday to try; conclusions in the second round of the Hawkesbury D.C.U. Competion. River-, stone has a lead of 30 rans on the first, innings, and the match will be continued, to-morrow. Following are the seores :- ; PABK VILLA-1st Innings. A. Stubbs, c Fletcher, b Sherwood... 4j J. Aspery, c Wiggins, b Sherwood ... 12: S. Tuckerman, b Sherwood. 0 C. Tuckerman, h.o.w., b Sherwood... isl A. Books, c M. Maguire, b Sherwood 9 T. Mitchell, b Sherwood . Sj L. Brown, not ont . 24 Everingham, c Daley, b Sherwood... 0 W. Mitchell, b Sherwood ... ... O' A. Watkins, ron out ... . 4, Woods, b Sherwood. 0 Sundries. 10 78' BIVBBSTONB-1st Innings, A. Sherwood, c C. Tuckerman, b S. Tuckerman . 88 C. Daley, b Books ... . 9 W. Mason, c Stubbs, b Books .. 0 J. Myers, b Books . 2 S. Mason, c Mitchell, b Books ... 4 M, Maguire, b Tuckerman. 7 S. Maguire, b Books. 5 H. Bobbins, not out. 15 A. Wiggi...

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ST. ALBANS. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

ST. ALBANS. (From our own correspondent.) On Sunday last, at the local Wes leyan Church, the Eev. J. Tarn Conducted a service of intercession . fm the troops at the front in South Africa, The service was largely attended despite the intense heat, and a feeling of fervor seemed to pervade the congregation through out the evening. tir. F. Walker, of St. Alban's, who for some months has labored as Home Missionary in the Moree district, is a candidate for the min istry of the Wesleyan Church. His application will be considered at tue Conference, to be held at the «nd of this month, and his numer ous friends wish him every sue «ess. The removal of Mr. E. Thomp son to Leichhardt from the Public School at St. Alban's, where he himself received his education, and ?where for the last three years he lias ably imparted instruction to «there, was not allowed to pass without some token of the esteem in which he was held, not only by tile pupils of his own class, but by tile whole school. Mr. Fri...

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ROUSE HILL. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

?ROUSE HILL. (From our own correspondent.) The temperance meeting on Thursday evening last was a suc cess, A ho Kev. Mr. lJ:gott ap- j pearad as president for the first time. li is running commentary j upon the various itenie, as well as ^l/is very appropriate address, proved that tho (Society has gained by his aoivent. The sermon last Sunday was preached by the Kev. Mr. Pigott, who proved himself tu be a pro nounced Briton. He proved the British nation to have had the war forced upon her, being by no means fond or auxiou» for fighting, the history of tue event clearly showing that the B wrs were the aggressors. The text woe *. The sword, of Ure Lord and of Gideon " Fighting a nation, the preacher smd, may be as lawful as resisting a tiUfhranger, and when a nation honors God, lie will undertake the control of circumstances; but God will be honored or révérées must follow.

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WILBERFORCE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

WILBERFORCE. (From our own Correspondent.) . Miss Simpson left on Wednesday afternoon last for Albury, where she is to spend a few months for the benefit of her health. The change of cool and showery weather has greatly improved the look of the vegetation aroi&cl here, and a few weeks of such weather would be most beneficial to the crops. Miss Simonson, of Katoomba, who has been taking Miss Bowd's place at 1he local Public Sehool for the past month, whilst the latter is recruiting her health, has made herself very popular in our little village, and when her time for leaving arrives in another month, we shall not like losing her. A little bit of excitement in the form of a wedding is to take place here on Wednesday next, the 2lst inst., the contracting parries being Miss Lily Greentree, daughter of Mr. E. Greentree, and Mr. A. McKay, of Sydney. Also on the 21st bf March, Miss Hattie Green tree, another daughter of our re spected townsman, ami Mr. T. Cob croft, of Windsor, aro...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, February 13th. (Before Mr. L. H. Simpson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, February 13th. (Before Mr. L. H. Simpson, J.F.) Alice Williams sued Frederick Williams for wife desertion. Mr. R. ß. Walker appeared for the complainant, and asked the Justice, as the summons had not been served (defendant having moved his residence), to adjourn the case until the 20th inst., and to continue the summons. The application was granted.

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Land Tax Appeal Court. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Feb. 7th and 8th. Held before His Honor JUDGE DOCKER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Land Tax Appeal Court. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Feb. 7th and 8th. Held before His Honor. JUDGE DOCKER. Henry Powell, of Bichmond Bottoms ; John Rumery, of River stone ; Alfred and Thomas Rumery, of Windsor road; Charles Sleath and John Sleath, of Rouse Hill, were the appellants in the various cases. Mr. J. L Campbell, instructed by the Crown Solicitor, appeared for the Commissioners, and Mr. R. B. Waiker appeared for Messrs. Rumery. All the appeals,, were reduced with the exception of Mr. Henry Powell. Owing to the importance of these cases to land-owners in this district, a detailed account will be given in our next issue. Frederick Barber, of Sackville, who was charged for an alleged serious offence on a girl, was dis charged yesterday at the Sydney Quarter Sessions. The judge summed up in favor of Barber, and the jury after a short retire ment agreed upon acquittal, and Barber was accordingly disoharged Mr. A. H. Windeyer, a Sydney I barrister, defended the accused I man.

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

yimJ£!> M QNÇE. BLA<3£ PR BAY HORSE, 16-2 or . 15:3 .(black preferred); must be sound and fan$ also hare good action. ' ; : Apply at once ADVOCATE Office, ' Windsor. PIANOJTUNING. I|r. F. JL Ippi, ONE. of PALING and CO'S City Tuners, is now on a visit to the Windsor and Richmond Districts. t=T Orders for tuning, etc.', addressed Post Office. Windsor, will rcceivp imme diate attention. " TOJLET. " CLEAR~OAKS," RICHMOND, The Residence of Joseph Onus, Esq., Onie of the AJost Comfortable Twtí-'sioréy\ Houses IB THE DISTRICT, Combining all the Comforts of a Town with the attractions of a Model Farm, -r- WITH - 22. Acren, of Land, principally Eich Lowlands, For particulars apply to GUEST & SKUTHORP, Richmond. GOVERNMENT ADVEETISEMENTS Department of Public Works, N.S.W., Roads Office, Richmond, 14th February, 1900. TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Richmond and endorsed " Tender for Road Work," will be received up to noon on Wednesday, the 21st day o...

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OTHER BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

OTHER BUSINESS, The Secretary said he had been asked to 6eli the refreshment booths earlier this year, and for a term of three years. Âftcr a general discussion a resolution was moved by Mr. James Johnston, and seconded by Mr, W. Mitchell, that the ref reshment booths be sold on March 13th, which was subsequently carried. The matter of selling for three years was discussed, and left in abeyance. The Secretary stated that the tender of Mr. William hellish for £9 had been ac cepted for pàintiug the poultry shed.

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

SMOKERS of the HAWKESBURY ! ! The New Signet Tota, Made from the Finest Virginia Leaf. If yon Smoke Signet you will in all probability have "A HAPPY NEW YEA R" New Drapery, Millinery, and Boots Every Week. SEE OUR WINDOWS AND CASES. 15 per cent. Cheaper than any House in the District. VICTORIA HOUSE, WINDSOR. New South Wales Fresh Food & Ice Co., Limited, 25 HARBOUR STREET. . 92 KING STREET, 134 KING STREET, 23 ROYAL ARCADE. -FOR MILK BUTTER GAM El CREAM FISH POULTRY ICE PASTRY, ETC., ETC., ETC. Head Office, 25 Harbor Street, Sydney. H. PATESOX, MANAGER. STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STORES and "KEEP THE MONEY IN TtíE DISTRICT." FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MARKET via., " THE ECONOMIC." EVERYBODY^^ Send Your Orders Along. We are Waiting For Them DICK BROTHERS, ECONOMIC STORES, Windsor. Hotels. - THE Commercial Hotel. GEORP-STREET, WINDSOR, HAVING been thorouphly renovated! etc,, will specially recbmmend itsel£ to country visitors and city tourists. Be...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

LOCAL AHI) GENERAL. The Committee have decided to call for tenders for printing, etc., in connection with the Bene volent Institute." Mr. B. Conlan, of Freeman's Beach, in company with his ex cellent spouse, intend paying a ?iait to New Zealand at an early date. * The remainder of the now de funct Australian was removed to Sydney during the week by Mr. W. Jones. We understand the plant is to go into Mr. G. L. A. Davies' office at Rockdale. Mr. S. Cox, of Pitt Town, is the proud possessor of one of the finest maize crops to be seen in the district. It is a beautiful crop, and is no doubt due to the attention the owner has bestowed upon it. It would be safe to say that those who a ttended Mr. Wat chorn^ entertainment at the School of Arts on Tuesday even ing, never laughed so much in their lives as they did that even ing. Our readers are reminded that the sale of Mr. Rowland Hassall's Îroperty, adjoining Mrs. Dur ant's property at Richmond, takes place to-morrow, (Saturday), at the Co...

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Windsor and Richmond Contributions N.S.W. Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 16 February 1900

Windsor and Richmond Con tributions N.S.W. Patriotic Fund. £ s. d. Nett proceeds "Continental" 31 9 1 WIHDSOB LIST. Brown, J. B. 110 Beasley, J. G.. 110 Conlan, B. 110 Becke. W. H. H. 0 5 0 Holges, J. 1 i 0 Fielding, Rev. S. G. 0 5 0 B*ker, &. «i. 0 3 0 Swift, Rev. á. S. ... . ... 0 10 6 Walker, Wm., M L C., ' ... 110 Adnm, Aa-i-B ... . 110 Gre« n.veil S.T ... .. 2 2 0 Green*ell, G. S. 110 Primiose, Ikos. . 0 10 Ward. Jo«=ph. 0 10 1> Fitzgerald, J. T. . 0 10 6 Broome, C. B. 0 10 6 Lane, A. . 0 5 0 Sandoz, B. . 0 2 6 Fraser, P. .. ... ... 0 6 0 oopina, j., -¿ \ U- - ¿¿i io 'Ma - Wood,B. ... ....pta * Barker, W. C. ... ..020 Allen, Jos, ... ... ... 0 2 ff i O Donovan, M... _ .. o 2 . « » ? Ewen's, Mri. ... . 0 2.« Padley, Jas- ..; . o 2 " O Mt*, a. 0 2« Holman, Mrs. 0 2 6 Cobcroft, A. 0 5 0 Cobcroft, Mn. E. . 0 5 0 Wall, Mrs. ... . 0 2« Brancker, Mrs .. . 0 2 0 Holland, Mrs,. ... 0 5 0 Marden, 0. ... ." 0 2 O McCauley, G !.. ... "~ 110 Johnston, J. B. ... ... 0 5 0 Manchee,...

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