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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. We have had some delightful weather this week. There is every sign of a prolific season. Some time ago, a Mr. Smith, of the Water Conservation Department, visited the Ferry to choose a site for a public well. That is some 4 or 5 weeks since, and nothing has yet been done. [Don't rush things! You've been granted tho well. Vide our " Public wants."-ED j Th«manyfriends of Mt? J, T, Marx,. our local jpoi^t^^^Jg^^ sorry to, hear that he" has J&eiBä Indisposed dur- ; ing the ^ast f e» daj^. ^U^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^n^hf very much better, " The reverend gentleman spent nearly a week amongst us, preparing the young folks for confirmation. Mrs. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, accom panied by her daughter, paid the Ferry a visit last week, and stayed several days at the Hawkesbury hotel. "Mr. F. E. Wilshire, P.M, accom panied by Mr. W. F. Linsley, stayed at the Ferry two nights last week, f he P.M. went on to St. Albans to hold a revision court, and returned the same day. Mr. H. A. W...

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

LOWER PORTLAND. The beetle plague is playing havoc with the young corn and tomato crops. If they keep on as they are, there won't be much corn grown this year. Mr. W. Faull has one of the finest fillies in the district. She promises to be the makings of a real beauty. The Briggs's Bed May peaches are almost a failure about here (his time It is many a year since the Briggs failed. The apricots and the later varieties of peaches are very heavily cropped, and the melon beds look tip top. We are informed that the gang of men working on the road at Leet's Vale have been knocked off on ac count of the money running out. On Monday night Mr. and Mrs. P. Kemp and.family were given a send off, prior to their departure for Syc ney, where they will in future reside The social was promoted by several Lower Portland friends, and the result must have been gratifying to all con cerned, for it was »nanimously voted by one and all a complete success from all points of view At about 8 p.m. a number of...

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

V/|L,:j; .j^'Oi^lîv, I meanB in bad provements fit« completed it will be equal to any roadway in the district. Mn. 8. H. Dunstan has been laid up with a severe attack of influenza, but we are pleased to report that she is able to be out and about again. The recreation reserve is again clothed in green, and the young orna mental trees are making splendid pro gress. The recent rains have freshened up the herbage all round the village. Farmers and- orchardists are busy planting and attending to their crops. Mr. Hancock proposes to go in for the-manufacture of corn flour at the. local mill, where he haB for some time past been turning out white and yellow maize meal-a really first-class article. His efforts merit liberal sup port, and we hope he will succeed in opening up this new industry. Mrs. G. Cobcroft, one of our oldest inhabitants, bas been very ill for some time past. The many friends of the old lady wish her a speedy recovery. A stand-up fight took place on Monday between two l...

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NEWSPAPER POSIAGE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

NEWSPAPER POSIÀGE Subscribers to the "Hawkesbury Herald" are hereby notified that no extra charge viii be made by us on account of the postage on newspapers. The subscription, as hitherto, will be 2s. 6d. per quarter, payable in advance. Ko booked rates ! All oliente who have not already paid for the current quarter are respectfully requested to send along their remittances at once; and those who have dropped into arrears are urged to give our accounts their earliest possible attention. ] PINESTONE * COLLISON, Proprietors. 1 "

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The [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

? , /TUR n rh [ frith ¿o^tei^«^^^o^^^iTe». BBde&oa, #f which we give a digest low. ? ? ? ? From the Office of the Railway Commis sioners, re matters brought under the notice of the Commissioners by, a deputation a short time back, stating that an officer visited Riverstone, and saw some residents there tn regard to tbe varions matters. The main question, that of the lengthening of the meat siding, has been carefully looked into, bat it waa found that it would be a somewhat ex pensive matter, and, in view of this and the, fact that the meat traffic to Riverstone has considerably decreased of late, the Commis sioners could not see their way to approve of the expenditure at the present time. With regard to the request for the provi sion of a weighbridge at Riverstone, the Commissioners could not see sufficient justi fication for making .the provision. A Sunday morning train from Riverstone, if granted, would involve an expenditure which it is not thought would be justified by t...

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Windsor Police Court. Tuesday, Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

Windsor Police Court. Tuesday, Oct. 28. Before Messrs. T. Primrose, J. Uoss^nd R GJpttjpbeli, J.P. <0hmWti^i^ß LANGUAGE The Uttle defendant, who pleaded opt guilty, was' assisted by his step father, who shaped well as a " bush lawyer." Prosecutor deposed that he recog nised the boy before the court, and that, on the 17th instant, ia a public road, opposite witness's residence, this boy sang out to bim, u Who. are you looking at - you broken-backed b-- I" Defendant was 40 or 50 yards {rom him. There were five boys and girls there. " Mr. Albert Lindsay (stepfather) : Areyou quite sure it was this boy Î Witness : Yes. Mr. Lindsay t Well, it wasn't, you see. It was --?- (he mentioned another boy's name). The Bench' told Mr. Lindslay he could only auk questions, not make statements. Mr. Lindsay ; Don't you make it a practice to stand on the roadside and threaten the children as they pate to and from school, and make them walk in the middle of the road ? Witness explained. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

A. GRIMWOOD, .A. HEW ial Lines TO CLEAR. MEN'S DOUBLE BRIM STRAW BOATERS AT GRIMWOOD'S, At 2/11 each. GIRLS' COTTON BIBBED HOSIERY. FAST BLACK. Sizes 2, ,3, 4, at 4¿d per pair Sizes 5 and 6, at 5d per pair LADIES* WIDE RIBBED COTTON HOSE, 6d per pair, at GRIMWOOD'S. GRIMWOOD'S INDIGO PRIKTS Are "Warranted to Wash. Navy and Butcher Blue Patterns at ,6/9 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 Fashioned Felt Hats, SPECIAL VALUES, Newest Shapes, From 3/11. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF GARLAND LACES, in Cream and" Paris Shades APPLIQUE LACES, in Ecru and Paris colors, from 1/, 1/3, to 4/11 ; 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 NEVTSEASQN'S MUSLIN. Fancy Floral Musiins, beautiful pat terns, at 7¿d per yard Hew Season's Merlawns and Delaines, at 9d and 10 Jd per yard Colored O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

Nervous Dyspepsia. AN ANNANDALE REPORT. Th* Sase of Mir. JJ. C SHAH (BT A XBPOETEB.) It may serre to extricate some minds from confusion if we sive an axiomatic statement which was lately made to a special reporter by Mr. Randolph Charles Shaw, of No. 5 View-street, Annandale. " A few years ago," «aid Mr. Shaw, "I went in for cycling a great deal-more than was good for ma, I believe, as excessive exercise occasions more physical defects than most people are aware of.. But, so far as my own experience goes, I know that it did me considerable harm, for I became com pletely run down in health, my digestive organs being greatly upset, and my nervous system broken up. When I was doing the tightest, of work my nerves were quite «haley,/while ,nvt times they were just as ma$&: X -tit taft .«JW nothing, lft¡Stif«Uife^^ *kperien»r" asked the report**. " Tfused tot eel as if tho food had tieoayed in my stomach, and resolved itself i»fri nothing but wind. It was an uncôwîortahh sensati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

ur xi Storekeepers, RICHMOND. We are Offering Exceptional Value -IN DRAPERY -AND GROCERY, And Daily adding to Our Stock of TJp*to* date Lines, DRAPERY. Genta.' White Duck Cricketing Trousers, beat quality, 4/11. Crash, Khaki 3/9, Assam, etc. White Duck Coats, Alpacoa 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, best quality, 3/6 Youths' Black and White Straws, 1/8 Children's Jack Tar Sailors, all prices * Girls' Convent Hats, in white and brown straws, bound and plain BARGAINS in Ties, Braces, Socks, Hat Bands, Shirts. &c LADIES i Our New Lot of Prints,0 Muslins, Dress Linens, Laces Flower Sprays, Brdliants, Ribbons, etc., etc., are well worth Inspecting, as we are Gutting the Prices, which are Below Sydney Shop Prices. There is no occasion to go to Sydney now «re are here. GBOOEBIES. Tasmanian Schnapper,in tins, freBh and kippered Salmon ...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

^^^Iwing' ca«eY will ^^T^t|^ Windsor ou Wednesday nej£tT*«7^ Appraisement of capital value : Patrick Uerriun, c p 78T1 ?, 40 a. / Oitto^c p^O, J20a. ;..;.fv;-.: ^7: ?? j Special liases for consideration : J, Roberbfand A. Ä, Gregory, ' lit>M, 12a «r SOp. *; Ditto 1P02-2. 66* 2r ÏO^ . Conditional purchase and leases for con sideration : Hope Chapman Mc Al pine, c p KOMI, 40a. Ditto, c 11901-1,120a. James Davies, c p 1902-3, 40a 0 r 10p. Homestead selections for consideration : John Holland, li s 1902-2, 88a Sr. . Walter Charles Smith, h s 1902-7, 86a fir 30e. Inquiry under section 36 of Act of 1884 : Emma Jane Jackson, c p 97-23, 40a. William Henry Goodman, c p 96-13, 40a lr 3 p. . Elizabeth Alsop, c p 96-17. 89a lr. John Thomas Singleton, c I 27741, 126a. Inquiry under section 16 of Act of 1895 : John Fox, h s 97-2, «Ja. Alexander Smith, h 8 97-3, 67a 3r 20p. Roland Smith, b a 97-4, 30a lr 10p. Henry Arthur Greentree, h s 97-6, 89a Sr 30p. William Matthews, b s 97-7, 40a 2r. Loui...

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THROUGH SOUTH[?] A Trak with [?] H.S.W. Mounted [?] X. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

(BY TROOPER G, F. MORTIMER, OP RICHMOND.) ¡ X. Ou Jan. Uth the fighting column left on a night march to attack a Boer laager at Boschmanslaagte, The scouts captured the outposts,- and our men completely surrounded $he. farm. The column arrived a little too early, and in the darkness it was very diffi cult to distinguish friend from foe. B. Squadron of the 2nd Mounted Rifles was ordered to occupy a position, and as they advanced towards the spot, about a dozen men were 'seen running out from amongst the trees. These were a party of West Aus tralians posted there by Gol. Wing ; and were mistaken by-our men for the enemy. The N.S.W. men galloped down, and before the error was dis covered the West Australians had poured in a volley, severely wounding one of the Mounted Rifles in both thighs, and killing three horses. The result of the surprise was the capture of 46 prisoners, 28 mules, 60 horses, besides many waggon and cattle. Major Wolmarans and his brother (both of the Straat artille...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

To STAND THE SEASON at Clydesdale, THE. PONY STALLION PRESIDENT. PUES1DENT is a dark bay pony stallion, about 14 bands high, foaled in 1S98, by Arden (imp.), an English pony cob stallion, from Laly Fleetwood-, (imp.), American trotter, who was bred by J. D. Carr, Cali fornia, got by Carr's Mambrino, from Lady Morrel), ¿cc TERMS, £2 2s, if brought to horse ; £3 3s, if left in paddock. GEORGE G. KISS, ? Clydesdale

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

MASSEY-H ARRIS HIGH-GRADE EARM MACHINERY. Massey-Hams; f Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brentford 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 a, LiiiiW 36 Broadway, Sydney. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. MANURES J^OR MAIZE AND ALL CROPS. Pj9*T À T (f -*MT3W¥&E FOR B3BQST AOEH OUT POTATOES 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 8 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 24 lbs. each. THE WINNER OF THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED ( ^ SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER. (Yield-10 tons 7 cwt. 2 qrs. lOlbs ) C3r See «« Agricultural Gazette," August 1902...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the " Herald.") XXIII. BAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

A Trip to tlie Land of tfte Rising Sun. [BY J. li. MITCHELL ] (For the.« Herald.") j XXIII. BAKAN. After a day's feasting of the eye upon ever-shifting vistas of land and sea, as we travel along the beach, the train strikes inland, only to change the picturesque beauties of the bay for scenes of historical charm in the ever - recurring reminders of Japan's feudal days. The first that came in sight was j the towering keep of Himeji castle, and it gare us such an impression of j picturesque interest that a visit to it became imperative. Nagoya is gener ally cited, as I mentioned before, as affording the tourist the best example of Japanese castles, but nowhere in my peregrinations did the feeling of | mediaeval times so impress me as it did on passing through the innumer able gateways and avenues leading up to the keep of Himeji. These approaches, we found, had fallen into that stage of ruin which eji hanced their beauty, and gave thei the one touch needed to make vivid j and jto «ttt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

CHß^i[ & Surgeon Dmtwt, Richmond, Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold, Fit, 1>eaD ty and natural appearance gnarantoed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of «tamos if ddrired, Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONE UPQNfTBvE PREMISES, repairs ot all kinds can be executed at short" notice. ?!HE DETJG DBFAfiTUEHT witt be found thoroughly np-to*date and replete with «ll tiie necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. MT. G. W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush," Sydney, (JAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDBOR-BTBEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. All Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. (SP ' Painless Fillings and Extractions. DENTISTEY. Mr. EDLEY STANHOPE SWIFF, OF ...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the manage* meat of tbe Cyclorama decided to replace " Jerusalem " by re-erecting the nnuterpfcoe of Cydoramic Art, the " Battle of -Gettys burg,'' which caused so much excitement herc some years ago. For the last four-years America and Europe have been searched for a scene fit to replace Jerusalem and tollo* " Gettysburg," but nothing could be-found that would not suffer too much by "com« parison. A South African scene could not be bad, a battle scene waa wanted, «and a constant wish being expresred by Cyclorama visitois to see Gettysburg again, it waa 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 war really means. The management have added a most facinating- novelty lo the Hall of Illusions, which, wiib a-quantity of new Cinematograph films, make up a splendid exhib...

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

" ïn MoBBra Simpson/ ana Hoiäs^ worth's window'ia<ÉÍ^í^»^¡^é^¡ tree hat, which wa» -iî^i^JfiC^ Ezzy, of Grose Vale, from cabbage tree grown on bis* «élection- ¿lt is' splendidly made, and is the style of cabbage tree hats worh pver 50 years _ ago. The prize stock and poultry^»nr chased in London by Mr. Philip Charley, arrived at Melbourne on Friday last. The annual picnic in connection with St. Peter's Church of England was held at the Hawkesbury show ground on Wednesday last. There was a large gathering; of children and friends present, and all spent a most enjoyable day. We hear that a lawsuit is pending over i he recent smash-up on the road to tho bridge. The garden at " Kamilaroi " is a perfect picture with beautiful blooms. Tlie Rev. J. J. F. L. Fergusson, M. V, has been recruiting his health ia Syduey. A surprise party was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pauli on Wednes day evening last by a number of their Richmond friends. A very pleasant time was spent in singing,...

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

RIVERSTONE. i A very heavy hail Btorm was ex.- I perienced here last Thursday, tho hail being as large as marbles, and doing a great deal of damage to ¿he vines and fruit crops. Mr. J. Buckley, who took over the blacksmith business of the late Mr. Williams, is leaving Riverstone, and going to Kellyville. Mr. G. Terry, J. P., -had a beautiful blood stallion arrive here last week The late riße in the Hawkesbury River backed the water almost up to the local meat works, thus filliug all the holes in Eastern Creek. If you want a pair of comfortable fitting boots, and a pair that will see you through thc winter, give your order to C. K. Mortley, who turns out nothing but thc very beet : article.* butelie^>,,Ä" Mr. Ba r JUvèrstone Pr^^ takes j place on Wednesday "erënîng^ext. At the meeting of the "Riverstone Lodge, G.U.O.O.F, held on Saturday night last, the quarterly balance sheet was read and adopted. Sick money paid to members for September quarter was £25/18/; losa on th« quarter £...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

Rifle Shooting. Several Hawkesbury riflemen competed at i the meeting of the National Elfie Associa I tion of New South Wales last week, and won prizes as follow : GOKPOHAL Â. BBOOKS, oí Richmond. I " A " Series. score £1-The King's, 3rd section. 86 £1-The Longfield Aggregate ... 225 £1-The Finn (running man) ... 18 £1-The Hutton (disappearing target) 16 I £1-Continuous Match . ii I 10a.-Continuous Match ... ... 28 10s.-Continuous Match. 23 : £2 2s. (trophy)-Continuous Match 70 CAPTAIN J. J. PAINE, of Windsor. ' " A " Series. score £1-The King's, Srd section. 89 £1-Thc Sydney . 45 £1-rhe Jacques . 62 £2-The Longfield Aggregate ... 239 RKSEBVTST W. I. PBBET, of Windsor. " A " Series. score £1-The King's Tyros. 188 " B " Series. I £1-The Lewington. 40 £1-The Tyro. 41 ! £1-Richardson Aggregate.¡ 128*1 RESERVIST A. E. FABLOW, of Windsor, j "B" Series. score £1-The Sheridan :. 44 Í£2-rTbeTyro ... ... . 4* j I 5s.-The Continuous. ... . ... 2* ¡ RESBBVIST%i^paTj.Bï? «iJyindsor, , j i ? lia...

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LEETS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

LEETS VALE. Mr. Thoa Kemp and his gang of men are making great headway with the roac at Leefs Vale. They - will soon, be round into what was once called Snakes Gully. The present government, we are told by Mr. Carruthers in his speech recently, is on the down grade, and someone needs to put the brake on. Mr. Carruthers doesn't like the 7e a day business. However, it is better to make, good roads, and give employ ment to the bread-winners, than to go sand-shifting and making fine parks in Sydney and elsewhere. At all events the working men think BO. The Leader of the Opposition, we are told, is riding his hobby-the 7s'per day-to death. If so, we hope the roads at Loot's Vale will be completed before hi» death takas çUca,

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