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[?] WILLIAM HENRY WALTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

I OUI í U/\;iV, - I Henry Walters,o! Berkshire Park, at the nr^ pM age pf 73. Death was due to chronio gastritis. Deceased had been suffering for about three months, and was attended by - Df. Callaghan. For about a month he was an inmate of the Windsor boB e'taL but left that institution ¿bout a rtnight ago and went to the resi dence of his eon, Joseph Walters, where the death occurred. A native of Pembrokeshire (Wales), Walters oame outj to Australia twenty years ago, after the death of his wife. He had been in this district 17 years, and for many years was engaged at the Riverstone meat works.

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LOWER PORTLAND V. PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

LOWER PORTLAND V. PITT TOWN. Lower Portland were defeated by Pitt Town on Saturday on the bitter's wicket. 'Scores:- ..."«.¿.>^ LOWIB Vomussta c-;. - J. W. Mitchell, b Horton l> #y. .. « J. Aspery,bHorton .».* ... 8 j A. Watkins, l.ti.ws, t> Paull . ... ... 7 | T. Mitchell, 1) Paull ... ... .« & W. Mitchell, c, b Horton ... ... 21 0. Herps, b Mawson; ... . " .». 12' M. Lowe, o, b Hawson... Sundries Total ". ... 86 ] PITT TOWN. 0. Gates, «, b J. WrMitchell. 77 ! L. Paull, b j. W. Mitchell . 8 ] A. Mawson, b W. Mitchell ... ... 17 A. Horton, b W. Mitchell ... ... 30 j Len. Paull, c, b T. Mitchell . 1 J. Mitchell, b W. Mitchell ... .. Oj T. Mitchell, run out ... ... ... 13 S. Dnnston, b W. Mitchell . 16 W. Mitchell, b W. Mitchell . 3 W. Gillespie, b F. Mitchell . 4 F. Mitchell, not out .1 Sundries. 4 Total ... .. ... ... 164 In their second innings Lower Portland made 185, Aspery (80), Watkins (33), W. Mitchell (20), and F. Mitchell (20 not out) j being the principal s...

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

The grass-lands present A splendid appear* rance« asJaSso do .live orchard*,- tte. The mause crops are top young io àbow forth very conspicuously yet, but, nevertheless,, every farmer one meeta i* talking about the wonderful growth of bis mujee since the . rain. It vas beyond al! doubt o very acceptable fall of rain ; and it just came in j for-well, for everything-but espeiially for the orange orchard«, which are actually white with their highly odoriferous blooms. Miss Ethel Steadman, of Redfern, is at   present on a visit to this locality, and is staying with her sliter, Mrs, Luther Everingham. Another lady visitor to the neighbourhood is Miss Fletcher, of Kelson, daughter of Henry.Fleteber (author of " The Waybacks"), who is well known to " Sunday Times " realera. During her sojourn Miss Fletcher is staying with Mrs. W. Me there) 1. - Mr. J. T. Metberell has still about 80 cases of oranges on his trees, all o! which are of good quality, notwithstanding the inclement ...

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Windsor Polies Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Windsor Polies Court. " FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th. Before Mesera. J. Boss and. F. Campbell, J.P. BIOTOUS BEHAVIOR. Charles Cornwell, a butcher's ' laborer, was, on bail, charged with ' behaving in a riotous manner in ' George-street, Windsor, on Saturday, 4th instant. Accused pleaded guilty, stating that ! he had.had a few drinks. Constable Copas explained the circumstances. Accused was fighting ! with another man in the right-o'-way ; at the entrance to the yard of the , Fitzroy hotel. A lot of people were 1 about at the time.« He had previously ' cautioned accused about his conduct. The other man was arrested, and was ' convicted. Mo previous convictions. ' Being the first time he was before ! the court, the bench dealt leniently. Fined 10/, or 7 days, with costs bf ! court, 2/6. Time was allowed in which to pay- ' 14 days.

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THE WINDING-UP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

THE WINDING-ÜP MEETING. rw_ »r_J_'_ On Monday evening a meeting was held in the Behool room for the pur pose of whining up matters in con nection with the exhibition, presenting prizes, etc. A large gathering principally ladies-attended, and a varied programme of musical items was given. Prior to the entertain ment the final games of the ping-pong contests were played on the stage, and created a great amount of amusement. The chair was occupied by the Ber. S. G. Fielding. Miss Valerie Crowley opened the programme by playing a pianoforte solo in her usual good style. Miss Alice Westall sang " I can't think of nothin' else but you, Lu " very sweetly, her efforts being much applauded. A duet waa played by Masters Cecil Pye (piano) and Jeffery Fowler (violin). Both young musicians a^guitted themselves well, and de Mist ossie Pickup played Sie aooom paaimèhts. Miss Edith Mosa« then i played a violin-solo entitled*'Chanson i Triste." The item was a gem, and ¡ the talented young musician w...

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

199* 3D Holdsworth 3i:i Storekeepers, RICHMOND. We are Offering Value -IN DRAPERY -AND Ând Daily adding io Our Stock fjf Up-to. DRAPERY, Gents.' White Duck Cricketing Trousers, best quality, 4/11. Crash, Khaki 8/9, Assam, etc. White Duck Coats, Alpacoa Coats at Sydney PriceB 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, best quality, 3/6 TouthB' Black and White Straws, 1/3 Children's Jack Tar Sailors, all prices Girl«' Convent Hats, in white and brown straws, bound and plain BARGAINS in Ties, Braces, Socks. Hat Bands, Shirts. &c LADIES,! Our New Lot of Prints, Muslins, Dress Linens, Laces Flower Sprays, Brilliants, Ribbons, etc., etc., are well worth Inspecting, as we are Cutting the Prices, which are Below Sydney Shop Prioes. There is nojoccasion to go to Sydney now we are here. GROCERIES. Tasmanian 8chnapper,in tins, fresh and kippered Salmon Outlets, 6d per ti...

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

Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearanse guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever,and without the extinction of stomps if desired. Tooth extractions »nd stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FfiEB. TEE DBÏÏG DEPA&THENT 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 Approred Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G.W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush/' Sydney, OAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, W1ND6OR-BTBEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, Prom 11.30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. All Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. V9* Painless Fillings and Extractions. DENTISTRY. Mr. EDLEY STAPOPE SWIFT, OF " Richmond House," 94 Darling...

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[?] Club. A SPECIAL MEETING. THE COMMITTEE RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

THE COMMITTEE RESIGN. lu accordance with a requisition presented to Mr. W. Moses, J.P. (president of the above club), signed by thirteen members, a meeting of the above club was held at the Behool of Arts on Friday evening last, when the following were present Messrs W.Moses (inthe chair), F. Onpitt, F. J. Mortley, A. Waters, R. Ryan, A. E. Farlow, W. I. Perry, E. Dyer, W. Mortley, G. Davis, A. Izzard, W. Boxhall, E. J. Onpitt, and Dr. Callaghan. ' An apology for non-attendance was received from Mr. T. Hancock. The requisition read as follows : To WILLIAM MOBBS, Esq., J.P., President Windsor Civilian Rifle Club. Sir,-We, the undersigned members of the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club, hereby request you, under the rules of suohClub, to convene a Special General Meeting of members ipr the reasois set forth hereunder :-(1) That the action of the Committee in suspending William Mortley doeB not meet with i he general approval of such members, and that the motion carried at the Committee Mee...

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

THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers Squatter, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must have SUFFICIENT WATER for Grass, Crops', etc. Failing the Natural.Means-that is RAIN-the Ingenuity of Man is taxed to Supply this Want. Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I atn Prepared to send a Representative to advise as to the Best Means of IRRIGATING YOUR LAND, and will UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT in WORKING ORDER. No Charge is 'made for Estimates should Busine s result ; otherwise, Out-of-pocket'Expenses only will be charged. A. These Patent Wrought Galvanised Pipes are superior to all other* for Pump .Columns, Mining Water Supplies, Ventilating, Sluicing, Irrigation, and Wool Washing and Scouring purposes. LIGHT, STRONG, ANO CHEAP. Visit My Works when in Sydney. Call or Write. All Correspondence Promptly Attended to. FOR PRICES AND PARTICULASS, APPLY TO S. ZOLLNER, 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY. GIBSON, BATTLE & CO....

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

ßatarday and Monday, and the lengthy re ports have somewhat encroached upon our ] reading space. . -.j. Judge Murray officiated. He's a good ] Judge, tool s The court was crowded both days. An extraordinary interest was manifested in a slander case, from Riverstone. About fifty residents of that locality attended for the event-witnesses and spectators; bnt the case was settled without going into evidence. A special feature of the proceedings was | the good order which prevailed throughout. Quite a happy contrast to what usually ÍB the case in our lower court 1 Judge j Murray's quiet, happy, dignified demeanour becomes infectious, and under that influence | matters jog along smoothly, tranquilly. Once there was something approaching a scene between a witness and-the solicitor who was crosB-examining. '? Kow," said his Honor, " the witness ÍB getting excited 1" And after a pause he significantly added : " But 1 think it is due to the tone in which the question is put 1" Here was a qui...

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CASE v. SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

# CASE v. SULLIVAN. Frederick OaBe v. William Sullivan, farmer, Wilberforce, claim, £71, for wages. Mr. E. B. Walker for plaintiff ; Mr. McCauley for defendant. Mr. McCauley said this resembled the previous case. Plaintiff was an adopted boy, and had made defend ant's place his home. Flea, never indebted. Frederick Case, plaintiff, stated: He arranged with defendant to work for him at 10/ a week. That arrange ment wan made three years ago, at defendant's house. He worked as a farmer. During the* three years he had received about £9. When he asked for money he might get a few shillings or nothing at all. When leaving he asked him for wages, and defendant said, " Supposing I come at you for board ? " Before he took this employment he was working at Dural for 10/ a week and his keep. He told defendant that he would go to him for the same fee. He claimed £71. By Mr. McCauley ; He had been to defendant before he went to Dural. As a fact, defendant .Lad adopted him as a boy. Defendant's m...

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

WILL MOSES, Junr. sr HE Still has the Reputation of - Keeping the Best Stock in Town ' _0F ^^.GROCERY. All Goods of Best Quality only. Fam ilies waited on daily for orders. BACON, CHEESE, & CONFECTIONERY the Best in Town. THE Cycle Home, George street, ^s^WINDSOR. All KitsS&ot Repairs Promptly Executed. ^SECOND-HAND M ACHJNBS always on hand from £3 upwards, E. HAYES. RIÖEM0ID DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) -~ BKGS to inform the Residente of Rich mond that he has pnrchat-ed the above Busines* from Mr. J. ll. Williamson, and Respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. THE RICHMOND DAIRY HEED is recognised as the Best in the District, and theJPUBEST MILK in any quantity carite 8upphed. Cart rans round Richmond twice daily. PURE AND [ÍÑÁDÜLTERATKLÍ; THE «IVERS70NË .TAILOR, . . IS NOW M iKING . . A Grand Display -OF- * The Latest Tweeds, And is Prepared to Execute Orders in the v Latest (Style of Suits, with Perfect Kiuish from £3 3s. CASS. ALL GOODS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. A...

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

DEBILITY AFTER FEVER. A REMARKABLE CURE Ww Case <f Mrs. E. JON £8. (FOR THE "SUBURBAN TIMES." Those who move out of their even course with-tlie object of ameliorating the condi tions1 of certain sections of humanity are deserving of praise for their laudable endea vours, and when ardent enthusiasts prepare the way for the carrying out of their ideas, a reporter's presence is .always esseulial in the interests of the public. Thus our jpecial found his way to No. 202 Walker «treet, Redfern, where Airs EliVn ctli-Iones was interviewed concerning the following facts : " Af tea* severo attack of low fever," said 4rs Jones, " I was Wit in ii very weak con Jilion. At that time, which is now about ifteeu years ago, I waa living in Pyrnio.it, ,nd although the weather was intensely jot, I weed to rit ami shiver as though it irere midwinter. Sometimes a tin ill of heat an through my body, closely fallowed by a .old sensation which made nie »-liiuldei ?guim For three week* I could oj...

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Windsor Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Windsor Progress Associa tion. The adjourned annual general meeting was held on Monday night. Present - Messrs. G. S. Greenwell (voted to the chair), C. Chester, J. H. Bloome, A. D. Fowler. Geo. McCauley, W. H. Pinkstone, W. C. Barker (secretary), and F. Fitz patrick (assistant secretary). The principal business was the election of officers-left over from the annual meeting on account of the poor attendance. It was remarked that the attend ance this time was no better. Mr. McCauley moved that the existing officers and committee be re-elected for the ensuing year. Agreed to. Some resignations including that of the secretary were mentioned, but these were left over till next committee meeting. The letter from the Railway Com missioners refusing the Sunday morning train to Sydney was read and received. Mr. McCauley gave notice of a motion for next meeting-that the Association take in hand the matter of getting the Quarter Sessions re instated in WiDdsor (hear, hear). From remarks made ...

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Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

Windsor School of Arts. A special meeting of the commit tee was held on Monday night. Present-Messrs. C. Chester (voted to the chair, in the absence of the president, Dr. Callaghan, who was away from town), A. Hannabus, J. H. Bloome, A. D. Fowler, J. Chand ler, and ( G. McCauley (secretary). Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., was present hy invitation. Apologies were made for Messrs. J. J. Paine and R. B. Walker. The meeting was called for the purpose of discussing the matter of obtaining the adjoining land, on which it is proposed to erect a billiard-room. As reported in our last issue, the offer from the owners of the land was likely to be with drawn 'if the purchase were not completed at once. In view of that, it had been decided, at the previous meeting, to purchase the land with the institution's funds and convey it to the existing triiBtees-to do that and go fora Government grant after wards, instead of the red-tape pro cess of a Government resumption. But Mr. Hall, on learning of that ...

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

h the proprirt ADVERTISING BATES* REASONABLE TO TBAVEL THIS SEASON Through the Hawkesbury District, THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAUGHT j H STALLION OF TASMANIA, Royalist II. | ROYALIST H. ÍB a purs-bred Clydesdale, ! well-shaped bay; six years old, stands 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, Uoyalist, winner of four first prizes at Soutnhead, N.Z, ; g sire Hard Times, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding Stallion of his day ; gg sire Extinguisher ; ggg 6ire Vanquisher (890CSB), won first prize at Dumfries in 1807 ; gggg sire Loch Fergus Champion (449CSB),; ggggg sire Talmond's Champion (737CSB) ; gggggp sire Farmer (248CSB); ggggggg Glancer (338CSB) winner of second prize at Highland Society's show at Glasgow in 1850 , ggggggg sire Young Champion (337CSB) ; ggggggggg sire Broomfield Champion (95CSB) ; ggggggggg? sire Glancer ll (837CSB), winner of second prize at first show of the Highl...

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

SHORTHAND. Those desirous of learning Shorthand are requested to leave their names at the " Herald " Office. PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, "Billies," etc AU kinds of Crockery, Toys, and Fancy Ware. MRS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. TYPE-WRITING Machines. À " Reming ton " Typewriter may be inspected at the. "Herald" Office, where sales may be arranged for-caeh or Terna. LOST, from Clydesdale, Chestnut Gelding, silver mane and tail, branded 1 over CC near shoulder, white face. £1 reward. Apply GEORGE G. KISS, Clydesdale. LOST, between Richmond and the Bridge, on Tuesday, October 21, a small Leather Purse, containing gold and railway ticket, &c. Liberal reward on returning same to ME88RS. WOODHILL & CO. TO LET. Dairy Farm at Mulgrave, con sisting of 128 acres, well watered and grassed. Apply This Office. 'ASTE PAPER for sale at the " Hawkesbury Herald " Office. FOR SALE. Two Beealon-Humber Ladies' Bikes. Almost new. Cheap. Apply " C...

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FARLOW v. MoQUADE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 October 1902

FABLOW v. MoQÜADB. Claude Farlow, butcher, v. Mrs   McQuade, late licensee of the Com mercial hotel, claim, £53/6/11, for meat. Mr. McCauley for plaintiff ; Mr. O.A.. Walker (Sydney), instructed by Mr. E. B. Walker (Windsor), for the de fence« Mr. Walker said he had offered £10 in settlement, which was the full amount for which his client was in debted, her husband, be alleged, being responsible for the balance. ^ Mr. McCauley would not accept that. The other side had been mak ing offers and overtures for the full amount ; and he was willing to accept same, provided there was some guarantee of a certainty of their being paid. Mr. Walker said their plea prac-! tically amounted to this-that plain tiff was suing the wrong person. The case proceeded. Olaude Farlow, butcher, Windsor, Btated : The defendant was formerly licensee of the Commercial hotel. He supplied her with meat. The account ' filed was the true statement. She was indebted to him for £53/6/11. i By M. Walker ...

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COLLEGE NOTES. THE BEETLE PEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

J ^ ; COLLEGE NOTES. j THE BEETLE PEST. i In our laßt issue we mentioned that s a species of black beetle had been t playing sad havoc on several r of the farms on the river banks, by > destroying the newly-planted maize,< and that Mr. Walter W. Froggart, < the Government Entomologist, had > visited the farm of Mr. A. Tuckerman, J.P., for the purpose of investigating the probable depredations of this pest. Since then the following report has been received by Principal PottB from Mr. ' Froggart : ^ The Principal of the Hawkesbury r Agricultural College forwarded me specimens of a lameliican beetle, with the information that it was eating the 1 grains of maize before they had time > to germinate, and some of the farmers ' on Sackville Beach had re-Bown their ' paddocks on account of the wholesale 1 destruction the seed. I visited 1 Windsor and Bichmond this week, ' and, in company with Mr. Musson, visited an infested paddock, where we . found the beetles...

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FORRESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

FORRESTER. We had a few more showers last Saturday, for which-and for what we had a week ago-we are very thankful, as everything is looking splendid and promising. A good season is now within reasonable expectation, and, consequently, the settlers all feel more cheerful. The grass is growing up nicely, and the fruit trees in all the orchards give earnest that the coming crop will be a good one. The managor of the settlement has completed a splendid new wire fence around the whole of the sheep station and saw-mill paddocks, and the grass inside already shows a marked im provement to that outside. The fence is a new style, the posts being half a chain apart, with good straining posts at even distances, and five upright pieces of wire at regular distances between the posts. The uprights are fastened to the horizontal wires with patent clips, and the whole forms a handsome, strong fence. One barbed wire on top is calculated to stop hog, dog, or devil. The crops at the settlement are loo...

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