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

WILBERFORCE. "Fisticuffs" is the chief topic of conversation on "the corner" every evening of late. Some of our youthB are most proficient in the noble art, but not more so than in their use of the King's English. The sulphurous character of their remarks at times leads one to suspect that a thunder bolt had struck our quiet village. Glorious rain fell here on Tuesday evening and' Wednesday morning. Farmers are in great spirits with the prospects of a good season. The recent fresh in the river has firoved a veritable " Godsend " to the oik down Sackville way. Had it not occured, decent water for house hold use would have been unprocur able ere this. [Thanks for the above. We will always be pleased to hear from you - Ed.]

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Church Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

Church Services. SUNDA NOVEMBER 2. CHUEOH OP ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and -7.30, Rev. S. G. Fielding. ,.. Vineyards, 3.30. Rev. S. Qt. Fielding. ' St. Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Be v. J. Howell-Pricc, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, 7.30 ; St. Stephen's, ll; Heights, 3.30 ; Blaxland« Ridge, 3. St. Albans, ll; Dpper Macdonald,'2.80, Mr. J. T. Marx. Uppeï Mangrove, 2.30; Lower Mangrove, 10.30., Rev. H. W. Bogera. ROUAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Mass, $ o'clock ; 2nd Mass, IO o'clock. Eveuiog Devotions 7.30. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Sackviile, 7.30, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lower Portland, 3, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lcet's Vale, ' I 10.30, Mr. J. Leet. Lower Hawkesbury, 10.30, Rev. J. Colwell ; 7.30, Mr. Mappin. Lower Macdonald, 3, Mr. H. Waiker. St. _ Albans, 10.30, Mr. H. Walker ; 7.30, Bev. J* Colwell. PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor, ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Marsden Park, 1.30 p.m. ; Biverstane, 3 p.m. Bev. A. Dandie. ? Richmond ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. J. J. F. ...

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WEDDING. TURNER—ONUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

''mAma^m^bfrM^':.tíní j*- Howell Price, ¿A St: Peter's Church pf Eng land, Richmond, on Thursday after noon last, when Mr. Edward Turner, manager of the Bank of N. S. Wales, Mudgee (and formerly of Bichmond), led to the hymeneal altar Miss Hilda May Onus, fourth daughter of Mrs. J, E. Onus, of Joseville," Richmond. Long before 1.20- the time set down for the wedding-the church crowded with one of the most fashionable gathering Been in Richmond for many years. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers and ferns. Above the altar was suspended a large bell of white flowers, with the initials of the bride and bridegroom on either side, whilsf with the aid of ribbon grass, ferns, etc., the front of the church was made very charming. The bride, who was given away by Mr. P. H. Ridge, J.P., wore a hand some costume of white silk merveil leaux, profusely trimmed with cream guipure lace, transparent yoke, and elbow sleeves, and the customary wreath and fall. She carried a hand some bo...

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

Boot H. R. S. DYER MANAGER. Great SAL OF FOOTWEA GREAT REDUCTION NOTE THE PRICE8 OF A FEW LEADING LINES Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes, 2/11 Ladies' Kid Buttaa Shoes, 4/11 Canvas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slippers, 6d Kid Lace Boots 7/11 Blucher Boote, 3/11 Cossacks, 5/6 Gests' Real Calf Boots, 8/1 Gents' Tweed Bals, 5/11 Boys' Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY STYL WE ARE THE. BOOT PEOPLE TEA! TEA!! TEA!!!, . Try One Pound of our lld. Tea; Equal to Tea Sold at ls. 6d. per Save Tour Money and Shoj> at tlie, Richmond Bpot C Tailor-Mad6 Suits. For Gentlemen, in Sergerettes, 29/6, 37/6, 47/6, or Your Order Take! MADE TO ORDER, from 47/6. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEE! MEN'S HATS, SHIRTS, TIES, BRACES, A CHOICE COLLECTION. 1). Holland & d Wooster's. »e. 2 PURE STEAMED BONEDUST, for General Orchard Manuring. No. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, a Quick Acting Nitrogenous Manure. No- 5 BAW BONEDUST, the best for Grapes and Oranges, iagoodcon<| No. 7 COMPLETE ^FERTILIZES, for Passions, Strawberr...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

toort Cl! I f * ^ vas good at late ïirm rates. Choice dry green lucerne in small líales -and trusses made 6/, a prime' sample in large -bales going at 5/6 per cwt. Inferior chick wheat had attention at 4/8 per bushel. A medium sample of interstate chaff found a buyer at 5/9 per cwt. Following are the current quotations : - Wheat 5/2 to 5/3 ; Bran 1/74 to 1/8 ; maize 6/3 to 6/4 ; pollard 1/10 j oats 3/4 to 3/9 ; barley 4/ to 4/3; chaff £3 10/ to £6'16/; lucerne £3 10 to £5; oaten hay £8 5/ to £8 15/; onions £2 10/ to £7; turnips to £5 ; potatoes £6 5/ to £8 ; butter l0£d to I lid ; cheese 9d to 9¿d ; bacon lld to 1/1 ; eggs 1/ to 1/1 ; fowls 3/6 to 7/6 ; ducks 4/6 to 10/; turkeys 7/ to 25/ ; honey 3£d to 4d ; beeswax 1/ to l/l ; firewood 8/6 to 13/9. FRUIT MARKET. Small stocks were available at the metropolitan fruit markets,'and de mand being good, late rates wera with few exceptions well sustained. Quota- - tions were as follows f^-Üranges, 1/ to 16/- ; -mandarins, 2/- to 14/- ; pa...

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THE NEXT LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

I HB NEXT LAYING COMPETI TION. The Minister for Agriculture has approved of the appointment of Messrs. W. S. Campbell (Director of Agricul ture), H. W. Potts (principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College), and D. 8. Thompson (Government poultry expert) to the committee of management in connection with the "Daily Telegraph" second annual laying competition. A meeting of the committee was held at the School of Arts, Sydney, on Tuesday evening last, there being present-Messrs. L. L. Ramsay (in the chair), W. S. Campbell, W. Harris, H. E. Kelly, and the "Daily Tele graph's " representative. After deal ing with formal matters in reference to the current competition, the ques tion of securing the erection of addi tional pens was discussed at length. The secretary reported that 92 appli cations had been received for pens, representing 66 districts in various parts of the State, and that 27 more pens would be required if ali the dis tricts were to be represented. It was decided to appro...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/9" to 7j, Chaff, 7/6 to 8/. Brau, 1/9 to 1/11. Pollard, 1/10 to 1/11. Onions, 5/9 to 7/. Oaten hay, 9/ to 9/6. Lucerne, 5/ to 6/. Straw. 3/3 to 3/9. Peas (blue), 7/6 to 8/6. Peas ( Yorkshire), 8/ to 9/. Oats, î/3 to 4/6. Barley, 4/3 to 5/. Potatoes, 8/ to 9/. Early Rose (seed), 12/- to 12/6. Brownell (seed), 8/ to 9/. Hungarian millet, lOd to If per io. Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld to 1/- per lb. Planters' friend, 6d to 7d per lb. Wheat, 5/ to 5/9. English Barley, 4/9 to 5/3. Following are the prices realised at Mr. J. B. Johnston's Windsor markets this week:-Maize 7/, chaff 8/ to 8/6, green peas 2/6 to 3/4, potatoes 8/ to 9/, green barley 1/ per doz. bundles, cabbage 1/ to 3/6 doz., turnips (Swede) 3/ cwt, fowls 3/6 to 5/9, English ducks .4/6 *tOii/% MuBOovieB 4/9 to 5/6, geese

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CRICKET. FlXTORES FOR WINDSOR C.C., 1902-03. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

r CRICKET. FlXTOUES FOB WlNDSOB CC, 1902-03. 'Nov. 1, v. Blacktown, at Blacktown Nov. 8, v. Ballway CC, at Windsor Nov. 10, v. Commercial Bank, at Windsor Nov. 16, v. Pitt Town, at Pitt Town Nov. 22, v. Campbelltown, at Campbelltown Pee. 13, v. Blacktown, at Windsor Dec. 20, v. Bouse Hill, at Rouse Hill Dec. 26, v. St. Jolm's, at Windsor Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and IO, v. Wilberforce, at Wilberf'ce Jun. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. SI, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb. 14, v. Bichmond, at Windsor Feb. 21, v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Keb. 28 & Mat. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Mar. 14, v: Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta

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[?] AND PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

ott) secreÉírien of club* apy items of interest tor publication in this column.-Editor.j THE TUBE, At Mr. 0. J. Boberts'a Presfconvjlle Farm, Clarendon, Bûby d'Or (the Brisbane Cup winner) has droppei a, brown colt foal to Osculator. Two oolt foals, by the Arab I I. etaJlion Matchlock, were »IBO dropped. The : f, trotting stallions, Charmer's Son and Prince ?r Charmer, besides the sires Osculator and I Matchlock, atc in the pink of condition, t Mr. Harry Dargin's Chasscpot ran second I in tbe Warwick Handicap on Saturday last. Two racehorses, Shopwoman and Bapador, belonging to Mr. Josli. Bushell, were brought home on Tuesday to be turned out for a spell. The former has been doing well at Kensington lately.

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

on the foran-r'a court to try coneîusions, tho visitors iMtjips1 victoriousthnee gapes.' Keen interest was taken in the match, which, throughout produced some exciting sets. The visitors were entertained to; light re frrshmente, which were; provided by Mr, Peter Beveridge. Mr, G. HarÜey.on behalf of the Sackville players, returned thanks for the hospitality extended to them. Mr. S. Bunston responded on behalf of the home team. , A meeting was* held at the Oddfellows' Hall? Riverstone, on Wednesday evening for thc purpose of forming a tennis club. There were present-Misses H. Shirley, A. £cho£fel, P. Donoghue, and JJ. Seboffel, and Messrs. S. Jarrett, C. Rosa, H. Jarrett, A. Pomfret, C. Mortley, and J. Hear. Mr. C Mortley was voted to the chair It was re solved that a club be formed to be called the Riverstone Tennis Club, and that it bc limited to 22 members. The following offi cers were elected :-Committee, Misses -P. Donoghue, H. Shirley, aud J. Cragg, and Messrs. li. -Jarrett, S....

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

FREEMANS REACH. We happend to call at Mrs. J. Hibbert's residence one day this week, and had the pleasure of seeing some oil paintings from the brush of her daughter. The collection include     panels of flowers, figures, and land-   scapes, and at a glance it is evident that Miss Hibbert is possessed of more than the average ability as an artist. For the past twelve months she has been learning painting from   Mrs. Jordan, of Windsor, who should be proud of having such an apt pupil. In such a comparatively short space of time Miss Hibbert has made great progress, and some of her pictures are worthy of a place in any studio. Along the highlands at the present time a lot of young orchards are coming into prominence. A few years ago all this fertile land was lying idle, but now it is dotted here and there with fine homesteads, and our sturdy sons of the soil have made a great transformation. The draught foal referred to in our last i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

RETURN THANKS. THE Members of the Bevitt Family desire to convey their Sincere and Heartfelt Thanks to all those who so kindly assisted in the recent benefit entertainment, given on their behalf at the Windsor School of Arts,   and especially thank Mr. and Miss Westall, Mr. J. H. Bloome, and Mrs. S. Upton. THANKS. The Family of the Late Mr. and Mrs.   George Douglass, of Lower Hawkesbury, desire to return their Sincere Thanks to their many friends (especially Mrs. Mappin and   Mr W H Woodbury) who so kindly assisted them during their late parents' illness. They also desire to thank their many friends who     sent sympathetic messages to them in their late sad bereavement.        

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

O »mere «f fitàluon'i 4»' roque» ted to gire tte-" Herald " Office a call, or communicate with the prompters. ' v . ' ^ ADVERTISING RATES REASONABLE TO .TfiAVfiL THIS SEASON Through the Hawkesbury , District, THE OH AM PION HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLION OF TASMANIA, BOYALIST ÍL is a pure-bred Clydesdale, well-shaped bay, six years uld, stands well on short sound legs, with lota of bone uid abundance of hair of the finest quality, andi IB a grand mover. HÍB, sire, Royalist, winner of four, first prizes at South head, N.Z. ; g eire Hard TimeB, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding Stallion of .his day ; gg sire Extinguisher ; ggg sire Vanqoisher (890C8B), won first prize at Dumfries in 1807 s gggg sire Loch Fergus Champion (449C8B).; ggggg sire Talmond's Champion (737CSB) ; gggggp aira Farmer (248CSB); ggggggg Glancer (338CSB) winner of second prize at Highland Society's show at.Glasgow in 1850 , ggggggg Bire Young Champion (337CSB) ; ggggggggg sire Broomfield Champion (95...

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Messrs. Sutton and Sons. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

Messrs. Sutton and Sons. (To the Bditor.) Sir,-Your recent par. in ''College Notes " referring to the above firm, states'that they are " the great seeds men of London," which, with your .permission, I beg to correct. Sending (Berks) is certainly not as big as London, though it has located within its mn n ll^^^pJ^f^^ti^^^^^0 biscuit factory in the United Kingdom - probably the world ; and the Messrs. Sutton and Sons constitute the first. 1 make this correction in justice to my native town, where, some fifty-two years ago, I sarved for a time under Messrs. Martin Hope and Alfred Sutton, who were then the proprietors-their father, Mr. John Sutton, having practically retired. This gentleman founded the business in 1801- first as a corn-factor and miller; and in 1837 Mr. Martin Hope Sutton saw his way clear to engraft with his father's business the flower and vegetable seed trade. In 1843 ihe younger brother, Alfred, was re ceived into partnership, and the title of the firm was altered t...

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

SHORTHAND. Taofeedesironflof learning Storth und are reqneeted to -leave their | ñames at the.1' Beuld" Office, I T>10NI0 PARTIES supplied at reasonable ULT rates with Pannikins, "Billies," etc. 1 AU kinds of Crockery, Toys, and fancy Ware. MBS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. - V TYPE-WRITING MaoWnesr*. " leming ton " Typewriter way be inspected at j the," " Herald " Office, where sales may be arranged for-cash or terms; LOST, from Clydesdale, Chestnut Gelding, silver mane^md tail, branded * om CC near shoulder, white face. £1 reward, Apply GEOBGE G. KISS, Clydesdale. TO LET. Dairy Farm at Mulgrave, con eis ting of 128 acres, well watered and ' grassed. Apply This Office. W ASTE PAPEB for sale at the " Hawkesbury Herald " Office. FOB SALE, Two Beeston-Humber Ladies' Bikes. Almost new. Cheap. Apply I " Cyclist." c/o " Herald " Office, Windsor. I -| A f\ ACRES, Western Line, 2 miles j ' XtfcU distant South Creek station-half | lightly timbered, remainder cleared and open j cu...

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Windsor Civilian Biflo Club. ANOTHER SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. THE RESIGNEES BALLY UP THIS TIME. STRONG FEELING. SEVERAL POINTS RAISED. NEW OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE ELECTED. EXCITING BALLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

THE RESIGNEES BALLY UP TtHS TIME. SEVERAL POINTS RAISED. NEW OFFICERS AND COM MITTEE ELECTED. EXCITING BALLOTS. Another special genetal meeting ! was held on Wednesday night, in the School of Arts. This time there was among the gathering a good muster of those who recently re signed. Tho President (Mr. W. Moses) occupied the chair. Others present : Messrs. J. B. Johnston Jas. Hull, E.Sandoz, W. Holl, W. Campbell, F. Campbell, R. Fowler, W. Boxhall, E. J. Dyer, F. Brough ton, A. Stearn, J. W. Chandler, W. Mortlev, C. Chester, W. C. Bradley E. J. Cupitt, F. A. Cupitt, G. Davis, A. Izaard, A. E. Farlow, R. Ryan, Jos. Ward, and W. Smart (secretary pro tem.). The President explained that the meeting was called, in accordance with a requisition to him, for the purpose of filling the vacancies in the committee of the club, so that its business might be conducted till the next annual meeting. The requisition was signed by Messrs. W, I. Perry, F. J. Mortley, E. J. Dyer, J. Callaghan, A. Wate...

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[?] A GIGANTIC SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ evening last, in aid of the Cevitt family-who have had more than their share this world's trouble of late was-one of the most successful enter tainments-financially-held in the district for a long time. The hail was packed to overflowing," and : those responsible are to be complimented for bringing it to such an issue. Mr, Charles Westall (secretary) and Mr. J. H. Bloome (treasurer and stage* manager) carried out all the arrange mente, and to them all the credit is dne. The programme contained twenty two items, but we were rather disap pointed to find that nine persons who were billed to take part were either absent or did not contribute. And, whilst dealing with the programme, there is another little matter worthy of mention, and that is the praetice of not naming the items to be given. It [ is certainly a great inconvenience to the reporter to have to chase about to find out the names of songs and en cores after the concert is over. In this particular instance the...

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

LL MOSES, Jiror. ïeorp-slreei, Windsor Still bas the Reputation of Keeping the . kt Stoek in Town -OF ^GROCERY. (ods of Best Quality only. Fam s waited on daily for orders. p, CHEESE, & OOIîFEOTIOliEfîï the Best in Town. THE ide Home, George street, tinda of Repairs Promptly Kxeouted. fECOND-HAND MACHINES a!wave 1 from £'i upwards, HAYES. pïOJroJ DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) to inform the Residents of Rich'- , tiond that lie bas purchased the above 8 from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and j folly solicits a coutinuauce of their : EIGHMOND DALEY HEED Ised ae the Best in the District, and BEST MILK in any quantity can be ii. [runs round Richmond twice daily. AND UNADULTERATED. L Jarret -.TAI LO By I . I§ NOW M\KlNG . . farand Display -OF The Latest Tweeds, Prepared to Execute Orders in the | 1st Style of Suits, with Perfect Finish £3 3s. OAS H. frOODS THoioUGHLT BERUHE. fcLL WOEK GÜAE AMT B. NOTE THE ADDRESS : \ A. JARRETT ! -Class Tailor, PPM.1 FURNITURE. tNITURE of every description and qual...

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

IRRIGATION ! IRRIGATION fl THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers j 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 «rn Prepared to send I a Representative to advise as to the Best Means of IRRIGATING VOUR LAND, and will UNDBRTAKÜ lo SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT in WORKING ORDER. No ' Charge is made for Estima'os should Business result; otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses] only will be charged. ' , These Patent Wrought Galvanised Pipes are superior to all others for j Pump Columns, Mining Water Supplies, Ventilating, Sluicing, Irrigation, j and Wool Washing and Scouring purposes. LIGHT, STRONG, AND CHEAP. Visit My Works when in Sydney. Call or Write. All Correspondence Promptly Attended to. FOR PRICES AND PARTICÜLABS, APPLY TO S. ZOLLNER, 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET...

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BOUNTEOUS RAINS. EXCELLENT PROSPECTS FOR THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

gib í'éue jptliout f^Jäing :hene&ï^t§ rains in this district) which is now/ looking Vplènâid. The prospects are" fxc-llenr, and ali hands are júbüaot,j: The coro, potatoes and «erial crojwj; ara most promising, and. tba rains { have *et the stone trait crops, from ; which a prolific yield is anticipated. A<- for the grass, we will not have half enough etuuk to eat it all ! Since last issue the following falls ? havo been measured by Mr. John feb butt, at the Windsor Observatory : Inches October 24, 9.15 a.m. .. 0 000 " 26, 10. 0 a tu. .. 0 087. " 27, 0.18 p.m. .. 0.000 " 28, 9.30 a.m. .. 0.000 " 29, 9. 0 a.m. .. 0.760 " 30, 9. 0 a.m. ... 0.612 Total 1.459 Tuesday's, rain was heavy and pretty general. At Colo, Ebenezer, and Sackville 150 pointe fell in half en-hour, and there have been good falls since throughout the district. There was a little hail in Bichmond on Wednesday. It was more severe in tho direction of Kurrajong.

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