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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

RIVERSJONE. A beautiful shower of raia fell here on Sunday, afternoon, 84 points being recorded, A large number of Riverstone folks journeyed to Windsor last Saturday to hear the local slander case. They were very much disappointed when they heard it had been settled. On Staurday evening, as Dr. Studdy was driving out towards Marsden Park to attend a patient, Mr. Aub Wood-accompanied by a young lady -was driving into Biverstone to at tend the bazaar. Neither parties saw each other until they were almost on top of one another, when Mr. Wood suddenly pulled his horse to one side. Chis made the trap swerve, the result being that both occupants were thrown out, the wheel passing over the young lady. Dr. rituddy immediately went to her absistance, while Mr. Wood went after his horse The lady WBB not hurt, but Mr. Wood was very much eût about the face. The doctor dressed his wounds, having to put three stitches in his lip If you want a pair of comfortable fitting bOTts, and ifl pair that ...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

MARSDEN PARK. A thunderstorm lost Saturday night resulted in only 3 points of rain, but there was a copious downpour on Sunday-75 points. The death ocourred at Wahroonga, on 8th instant, of Miss Annie Howli son, formerly a resident here. On 2nd instant, at Petersham, Miss E. D. Street, who for some time re sided at Clydesdale, was united in the holy bonds to Mr. S. W. Savory, of the Singer Manufacturing Company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

. Boot . . R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Great SALE OF FOOTWEAR. GREAT REDUCTIONS. NOTE THE PKICES OP A PEW LEADING LINES Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes, 2/11 Ladies' Kid Buttaa Shoes, 4/11 Oativas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slippers, 6d Kid Lace Boots 7/11 Blucher Boots, 3/11 - Cossacks,' 5/6 Genta' Heal Calf. Boots, 8/11 Gents' Tweed Bals, 5/11 Boje' Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY STYLE. WE ARE THE BOOT PEOPLE. TEA! TEA!! TEA ! ! ! : Try One Pound of our lld. Tea ; Equal to Tea Sold at ls. 6d. per lb. d Boot Goa Tailor-Made Suits. For Gentlemen, in Sergerettes, 29/6, 37/6, 47/6, or Tour Order Taken and MADE TO OBDEB, from 47/6. PEHFECT FIT GUARANTEED. MEN'S HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, BRACES, A CHOICE COLLECTION. Ü. Holland & Co. Wooster's - De. 2 PURE STEAMED BONED DST, for General Orchard Manuring. Ko. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, a Quick Acting Nitrogenous Manure. . No* 5 BAW BONEDUST, tbe best rior GrupeB «nd Oranges, in good condition. No. 7 COMPLETE FERTILIZER, for Passions, Strawberries, Tomatoes...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. ') Since my last we have bad some splendid rain, which will naturally assist the young fruit and crops, also the grass. Wiseman'a F*rry looks at its best, the surrounding paddocks looking beautiful and green. Mr. Grant, State Behool Inspector, hat been buBy amongst ns this past week tn spocting the children boarded out. A number of marea¡±rav^l thron and surrounding'distïîcts. Miss McQuade and a lady friend päd the Ferry a visit ou Monday list. O wing to pre» viona engagements they could only, stay one returning on Tuesday morning. _ Mr. Watts, representing Griffiths Bros., passed through en route to Wollombi. He. was accompanied by.hjg son. Mr. G. Beath, dentist of Balmain, returned on Tuesday last from Wollombi, after a moat successful trip, judging from the sovereigns he WEB displaying to his numerous friends. Constable Illingworth, stationed at Rich mond, escorted a prisoner as far as the Ferry on Wednesday of last week, and placed him in the lockup here. Consta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

M ASSEY-H ARR IS HIGH-GRADE FARM MACHINERY. Massey-Hâfris {"Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 diso Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Scumers-various sizes and styles Flows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil »Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star" , Binder Twine ^Traction Engines and Threshers IPEY-PP CO., United, 36 Broadway, Sutes. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. MANURES FOR MAIZE MQ Md^ POTATO MANURES. DEPARTMENT OF FOB BB8T ACEB Q9P > ï<OTATOB8 WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED (Yield-10 TONS 12 CWT. 2 QRS. per acre.) Two Unmanured Acres Only Yielded 7 tons 6 cwt. 1 qr. and 3 tons 10 cwt. v 1 qr. 24 lbs. each. THE WINNER OF THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER. (Yield-10 tons 7 cwt. 2 qrs. lOlbs ) QT See " Agricultural Gazette," Augus...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Church Services. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26. CHÜBCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.30, Commemoration Services ; special music orchestra. Preacher, Rev. Conon Boyce. Vineyards, 3.30, Rev. Canon Boyce. St.. Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell-Piice, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Bicbmond, 3.30; Bt. Stephen's, 7.30 ; Heights, ll ; Salis Flats, 3.30. St. Albans, 7 ; Wiseman's Ferry, S ; Lower Portland, 10.30, Be7. H. W. Bogers. Central Macdonald, ll, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 8 o'clock} Evening Devo tions 7,30, Biveretone, Mass IO o'clock. Bev. B, McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. A. Williams ; 7, Bev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond,! i and 7, Mr. C. dorman ; North Bicbmond, ll, Mr. h. Dash Kurrajong, 2.30, Mr. L. Dash. Wilberforce, __J^lJtPHS!l^S:: Colo, 2.80, Mr. W. Ohaseling. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr. H. Walker. St. Albans, ll, Mr. W. Walker; 7, Mr. A. Walker. x FBEBBTTEBIAN. Windsor, ll a JU. and 7.30 p.m. ; Marsden Park...

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CONLON V. CONLON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

CONLON V. CONLON. Agnes Conlon v. Bernard Conlon, of Freeman's Beach (plaintiffs grand father), claim £156, for wages. Mr. 0. A. Walker for plaintiff ; Mr. Paine for defendant. Mr. Walker said plaintiff had been in defendant's service for eleven Tears, but she only claimed for six years Agnes Conlon, plaintiff, residing with her mother in Windsor, stated : She went to her grandfather's when ehe was 9 years old, and used to go to school. When she left school she took the place of a girl that had left. Her sister May also went to work there. Defendant said he would give them something, but did not tnention amounts* She worked for him till March of this year. She did every sort of work for him-milked nine or ten cows, fed about fifteen calves, fed pigs, and did the housework. She had to go out into the fields and ¿pull com and help to draw it, or help load the hay, and unload it again. And when the day's work on the farm WAB finished she would have to go home and milk the cows again, &...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/9 to 7/. « Chaff, 7/6 to 67. Bran, 1/8 to 1/9. Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9. Onions, 7/ to 8/. Oaten hay, 9/ to 9/6. Lucerne, 5/ to 6/. Straw. 3/3 to 3/9. Peas (blue), 5/9 to 6/9. Peas (Yorkshire), 7/6 to 8/6. Oats, 4/2 to 4/6. Barley, 4/3 to -5/. Potatoes, 8/ to 9/. Early Rose (seed), 12/- to 13/. Brownell (seed), 8/6 to 9/. Hungarian millet, 8d to lOd per lb. Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld to 1/- per lb. Planters' friend, 6d to 7d per lb. Wheat, 4/9 to 5/6. * English Barley, 4/9 to 5/3.

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ALLEGED SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Green, labourer,Riverstone, and his wife, claim, £100, damages for al leged slander. Afr. McCauley for plaintiff ; Mr. H. Cowan (barrister), instructed by Mr. B. S. McCoy (of McCoy and McCoy, -ydney), for defendant. Mr. McCauley said if defendant was willing to apologise in open court, and pay costs, his client was willing to withdraw. Âs to the amount of the costs, he was agreeable to leave that to the registrar. Mr. Cowan said certain things were said, but they claimed they were privileged, and that there was no damager His friend might not be able to get a verdict. If he succeeded, it could only be for a nominal sum. Counsel conferred for a while, and then it was announced that the case was settled thus : Verdict by consent for plaintiff for £10/10/, by way of costs, defendant denying having used the words set forth in the plaint, but withdrawing any imputations against plaintiffs character.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

A. GRIMWOOD. Special Lines TO CLEAR. MEWS DOUBLE BRIM STRAW BOATERS AT GRIMWOOD'S, At 2/11 each. GIRLS' COTTON RIBBED HOSIERY. FAST BLACK. Sizes 2, 3, 4, at 4£d per pair SizeB 5 and 6, at öd per pair LADIES' WIDÉ RIBBED COTTON HOSE, 6d per pair, at GRIMWOOD'S. GRIMWOOD'S INDIGO PRINTS Are Warranted to Wash. Nary and Butcher Bine Patterns at 5/9 per dozen Black and White and Grey Shades, at 4/6 per dozen Purple Patterns, at 6d per yard £f~ A Few Remnants of Prints and Muslins at Half-price. . Men's FasWopd Felt Hats, SPECIAL VALUES, Newest Shapes, From 3/11. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF GARLAND LACES, in Cream and Paris Shades -",v APPLiaUB IiAOESi %JBoraju»â f ?>> Faxia^im, tvom^/i^/9, fy fi*i per yard SPECIAL VALUE .n LINEN TOR CHON LACES, at 1/3, 1/6,1/9, and 2/ per dozen A Grand Range of VALENCIENNES and MALTESE LACES, at Won derful Prices NEW SEASON'S MUSLIN, Fancy Floral Muslins, beautiful pat terns, at 7¿d per yard New Season's Merlawns and Delaines, ¡ at 9d and 10¿d per yar...

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

COLLEGE NOTES. The f armera along the riverbanks engaged ingrowing maize have been M^rfeî^^^^l^^ growthV of '\lhe^ drops. In fact, evidence is to hand to show , that grains of corn have been penetrated and the early rootlets eaten by something ; and it is attri buted to these beetles. Last week the Rev. J." OolweU, with about six teen friends from Sackville-mostly farmers, visited the College, abd took with them samples of these beetles. And since then numbers of other speoimens have been sent along, ac companied by similar complaints. On Tuesday last, on the suggestion of the Principal, Mr. Froggart, the Govern ment Entomologist, and Mr. Musson went to the farm of Mr. A. Tucker man, J.P., on the bank of South Oreek, to investigate the cause and failure of the oom, and the possible depredations of this pest. More anon ! The rainfall at the College, asa result of the readings of the fifty guages referred to in our last issue, ranged from 61 to 68 points-a differ ence of 7 points in a...

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[?] FATURDAY, COTOBER. 18 (Before His Honor Judge Murray) BELL.v, JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

(Before His Honor Judge Murray).-! BELL.v, JOHNSTON. . j William Milton vSßomgt Frederick Johnston for alleged trespass on his- land and the. removal of valuable timber. Mr. E. B. Walker for plaintiff, and Mr. J. J. Paine for defendant. The defence filed was : ' (1) That defendant was not guilty. (2) That the said land was not the plaintiffs, as alleged. (3) That before and at the time , of the alleged trespass the said land was Orown land, and the defendant was a holder of a license from the Orown, under which the defendant had out a quantity of timber; and, under the authority of the Orown, the defendant removed the said timber which he had eo cut, and which was his property, doing no more than was necessary for the purpose, which was the alleged William Milton Bell, a farmer, re siding at Wilberforce, stated : He took up a selection on 8th May of this year, and paid the fees to a laud agent-£1/19/3, for two blocks-278 and 279, of a homestead seleotion on the Wilberforce Common. (...

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LEET'S VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

LEETS VALE. Beautiful showers of rain fell here last Sunday, making the farms green and pleasant. There is promise of a fruitful harrest. The population of our village has been increased suddenly by the numbers who have come to work on the new road. An inaugural Band of Hope meet ing was held in the Methodist church one night last week, when the build ing was packed to overflowing. Bev. J. Colwell conducted. A programme of twenty items was enjoyed, contri buted by Mrs. C. Ohaseling, Miss Chaseling, Mr. Wood, Bev. J. Col well, Master Norman Mitchell, and the choir. The Chairman gave an impressive address, and the office bearers were cleated.

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

COLO. Splendid rain fell here on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. A. CroBS and his staff last Saturday completed the ditching of Boggy Wheeney ; and they are to be complimented on their excellent work. The McMahon Bros. are making great progress with their road contract at Paul's paddock. Fully thirty men -mostly localités-have been on the work. The road will be a boon. A little daughter of Mr. John Pen ton's has been seriously UL (pleurisy), but is improving splendidly.

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Windsor Borough Council. The usual fortnightly meeting was held on Wednesday night. Present Aid. Primrose (roted to the chair, in the absence of the Mayor), Taylor, J. T. Groaner, Berckelman, Hannabus, and Mortley. Departmental letters were received re the danger to the Windsor water caused by the Penrith pier, and re the clearing of South creek. (Both have already been published.) A. J. S. Bank, Richmond, wanting to know what arrangements could be offered re wiping off the £100 over draft. Left'in the Mayor's hands. Mrs. Egginton again wrote re the doing up of the Footpath in front of her property. Referred to works committee. " A few unimportant questions were asked, and the meeting rose.

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KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

KURRAJONG. Thé usual monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held on Monday night, when Mr, H. £. Peck was elected to fill the president's vacancy, caused hy the retirement of Mr. W. Douglaaa, the vice-presidents being Messrs. John Stewart and Jas. Sherwood. Four committeemen were eleoted Several important matters were dealt with in connection with improvements to the roads of the district ; and it was decided to convey to the member for the district the thanks of the Association for his efforts in the matter of getting the employment on the Out Book devia tion limited to local married men. It was also notified that the sum of £10 had been spent in purchasing ammu nition in order to be prepared for the flying foxes during the coming season. There is no doubt the K.P.A. ÍB doing a lot of useful work. It ought to be supported by every resident who takes an interest in the advancement of the Kurrajong. Whooping cough is still very pre valent. Mrs. John Tierney, of Blax lands, h...

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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

INDECENT LANGUAGE. Albert Alcorn, ot Pitt Town, was charged, on bail, with that he did, within the hearing of persons passing, make use of indecent language on the 4th instant. Plea, guilty. Constable Easterbrook said accused had been locked up at 9.30 p.m. for another offence, was bailed out at 10, and was arrested again at 11.30 for the language. Sen.-Sergeant Boyd asked for leniency to accused, for the sake of his family. He was only a poor man, and he had already been punished for j another offence on the same night. The bench would have dealt severely with the accused, but for the request of the police. Fined 20/, or 14 days, with 4/10 costs of court. ^ The fine was paid. [largement fand; and it waa a frig j success, financially and otherwise particularly otherwise, for there was ' any amount to interest and «muse. We have since been: informed that the j proceeds netted £40. " Mrs. Brinsley Hall (Windsor) per formed the opening ceremony, which took place on Friday afternoon. (T...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

to North Bio^mpnd and||C«rrej^Bg, iÀiorse 'wid sulky drivehílby Q. Curtis came 'Info coUieioa wim a vehicle ( coupled by Mr. H. Skuthorp, JP., and George Knott, both of wham as well aa the driver of the sulky, were thrown on to the road way. The boree and sulby dashed along the road and ran into a second vehicle, throwing out Mr. and Mrs, F. Anderson, of Botany, their two child ren, and Miss Anderson, of Kurrajong. Mrs. Anderson's spectacles were smashed on ber face and caused a wound, but all the others escaped with a few bruises. The shaft of Curtis's sulky entered the shoulder of Ander son's horse. The animal was after wards shot by Constable Tate. Both shafts were smashed off Skuthorp's sulky, whilst Curtis's trap was also smashed about, and his horse in jured. Xt waB a miraclous thing that someone was not killed. One of the oldfeBt natives living in the Hawkesbury at' the present time is Mrs. Lewis, of Lennox street. The old lady has now reached her 93rd year, and has lived in ...

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WINDSOR v. NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

WINDSOR v. NOBTfl BICH MOND. The abov« club met. on the latter's wicket on Saturday, the result being a draw. Scores : WlNDBOE. Bowman, b Smith . 4 Cobcroft, ron out ". ... 0 Higgins, b Holdsworth.. 26 A. Maguire, b Crowley. 28 B. Maguire, run out . 32 Fowler, b Holdsworth. 0 C. Dean, b Holdsworth. 0 Broughton, c Town, b Holdsworth ... 27 Hull, b Holdsworth ... - . 0 Beveridge, not out . 1 Lobb, b Smith. 0 Sundries . ... 10 Total .. 128 NORTH BICHMOND. Williams, c S. Maguire, b Bowman ... 0 Stevenson, b Bowman. 14 A. Smith, b Bowman. 0 Crowley, c A. Maguire, b Bowman ... 16 Holdsworth, b Dean . 31 Matheson, c Dean, b Bowman. 3 Quinn, b Bowman . 1 Town, not out .'. ll Bundries ... . 9 Total for 7 wickets . 93 Bowling.-Bowman, 6 for 49 ; Broughton, Ofor 16; A. Maguire, 0 for 9; Dean, 1 for 8 ; Cobcroft, 0 for 8.

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CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR WINDSOR C.C., 1902-03. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

. FXXTDBKB FOB W|^80B 0.0,, 190243. > Oct, 25, y. tticBmoa^|p3fehwn4 Nor. 1, T. Blaok^i^, st Blacktown »ov, 8, v, Ballway tic., at Windsor i Nor. 10, r. Commercial Bank, at Windsor ; Nor. 16, T.Pitt Town, at Pitt Town I Nor. 22, v. Campbelltown, at Campbelltown , Pee IS, v. Blacktown,'at Windsor i Dec. 20, v. Bouse Hill, at Boase HUI i Deo. 26, v. St. Jotíti's, st Windsor Jan. 1, r. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor , Jan. 3 and 10, v, Wilberforce, at Wilbert'ce Jan. 17, r. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. fil, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor . Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb. 14, v. Bichmond, at Windsor Feb. 21, r, Campbelltown, at Windsor Feb. 28 & Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Uar, 14, v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta

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