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To-morrow's Sham Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

To-morrow's Sham Fight. The following ie the general idea iBsued by Colonel Quest, CM3. 3rd Infantry Regiment, for operation at the sham fight to-morrow :-An enemy has effected a landing at Bulli, and has seized and holds possession of the southern railway line from Campbell town to Camden. 1 He has occupied Penrith by forced march via Bringelly ¡ and Mulgoa, and is strengthening his j position, pending the arrival oí re», inforcements. A portion of the N. S. Wales Field Force holds the enemy iu check on the southern railway line, and the 3rd Infantry Regiment, with at tached Reservists, will at once proceed by rail and road, and whilst a portion will engage and drive back the enemy from a strong position, as is reported he holds at Charley Price's homestead, 6 miles north-east from Penrith, the remainder (imaginary) will concen trate aB directed, and advance on the main position at Penrith. The troop* engaged on the Windsor and Rich mond to Penrith roads will consist of Cavalry and...

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

WINDSOK v. NORTH RICHMOND The above clubs met on the former's wicket on Saturday, the match re sulting in a win for Windsor by 0 runs. Appended are the scores : WINDSOR. B. Ward, b Parker ... ... ... .7 G. Cobcroft, c, b Parker . I, Higgins, not out . 3 i A. Maguire, b Crowley. 6 Broughton, b Crowley. 0 Dean, b.w., b Williams . 0 Fowler, b Crowley . ... 0 Podmore, b Crowley. 0 Bowman, c, b Smith. IO Hull, c, b Crowley . 3 A. D. Fowler, b Smith... . fi Sundries v. ... i) Total ... .' 112 NORTH RICHMOND. D. Price, p Maguire b Bowman ... 3 W. Stevenson, c Dean, b Bowman ... ll A. Smith, b broughton... . ... ... 12 0. Williams, not out ... 1. ... 36 %3. Town, c Cobcroft, p BownW /v? mm Maguire ? Sundries Total . L ... IOS N. Bowling.-Bowman, 4 for 44.; Broughton, 3 for 22 ; Maguire, 1 for 15 ; Ward, 0 for 7 ; Dean, 2 for 13. Bain prevented the Bichmond Hulf-Uoli day .club meeting Castlereagh on Wednesday. The following have been selected to repre sent Lower Portland v. Colo lo-morrow, o...

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Valuable Importetion of Stock for this District. CAPTAIN PHILIP CHARLEY'S SHIPMENT. HACKNEYS AND RED POLLED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

" SHIPMENT, HACKNEYS AND RED POLLED CATTLE. We take the following from a copy of the London "Live stock Journal," dated September 19, kindly sent us by Captain Charley :- The year 1902, " Coronation Year," as it will probably go down to posterity, will leave many pleasant recollections of visits received from our kinsmen across the seas who not only came to revisit the old country, but to take back bred stock from our best breeders to further increase the studs of Greater Britain. These visitors, like the swallows, are now preparing for mi- gration to complete their all-round summertide of 1902, and carry with them our best wishes for a good voyage and safe return. The sight at the side of the good ship Moravian as she lay last week in the Royal Albert Docks, shipping Captain Charley's stock, represented a strange mixture of ocean-going and agriculture with the patient highly-bred horses and handsome bulls, the unwieldy-looking boxes in which they were to travel suddenly moved by ma...

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The Hawkesbury Berald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1902. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 October 1902

®¡¡¡e Parteitag Peralb, WINDSOR, FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1902. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS More glorious raia 1 There is great prospect of a prolific orop of Btone fruit this season. We understand that as a result of the recent military enquiry regarding the shooting accident at the rifle range, the blame bas been placed upon the marker. The infant child of Mr. A. Mitchell, of Pitt Town, died on Friday night last. The   remains were interred in the Church of   England cemetery at Pitt Town on Saturday afternoon. The Rev . W.S. Newton offici   ated, and Mr. Chandler carried out the   funeral arrangements. The illuminated address, to be presen ted j to Staff Sergeant-Major Morris at Bichmond to-night foy the noncoms, and men pf the J fiawkegbor/ Squadron" pf Lancera may be "j ;8een »at^^Ba^ijUöice.,1^I¿*WHÉ^9 J a ws »ny I effects. It ftteogtliöu the Ittttga WuUeaves the system in a healthy condition. It always oures and cures quickly. For...

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PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

PITT TOWN. AU the farmers ia AUB locality are quite jubilant on account of the splendid showers we have had this week. The only cause for complaint so far is the presence of the black beetle, which is destroying ali kinds of vege tation on the farms. It is to be hoped that the rain of last week will have a tendency to cause their annihilation. The orchards are looking well now, but the stone fruits were very much attacked by aphis. The nectarine and plum trees seemed to have suffered more than any others, Since the rain, however, this pest has disap peared, and the trees are recovering. The family of Owens are just getting over a fortnight's trouble with measles. Mrs. S. Dunstan has been indis posed for a week, but is now pro gressing favourably. I hear that Mr. A. Owens, teacher of the Cattai public school, intends asking for a removal at Christmas. He has been in charge of the school for some years, but has lost a number of pupils lately, owing to removals of families from the dis...

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The Launching of the Daisy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

Tte Launching of the Palsy. " Build me straight, O worthy Master 1 Staunch and strong-a goodly vessel ' That shall laugh at all disaster, And with ware and whirlwind wrest Most of our readers are aire .ware, from the4* pars " which h from time to time appeared in th columns, of the enterprise of Mr. J Jones, of Sackville, in building a b of the fiat-bottom principle, in or to re-open the river trade with Wi Bor, which has been lost of late je on account of the unfortunate silt: of the river. t The work of building was cc menced some eight or nine weeks a Hr. Jones, who is an experiem man in these matters, designed 1 boat himself, and laid down the k and set up the frame work ; and tl lie got the valuable assistance of J «George Books, of Webb's Creek, : the building.. The two of them j in excellent work together, with t result that the boat was ready j launching on Saturday last. And s .iras launched with great eclat, a christened "The Daisy," after & Jones's eldest daughter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

1 Advertisements. The rates for casual advertisements per issue are Up to 18 words, ls. ; 80 words, words, ls. 6d. ; 1 inch, 2s. ; each addi tional inch, 1B. 6d. PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, «Billies," etc. All kinds of Crockery. Toys, and Fancy Ware. MRS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. WANTED. Board and Residence, with stabling accommodation, near Wind- - soi'. Newtown (Windsor) preferred. Per- - manent if suitable. References if required.. Apply " Herald " Office. WANTED to Lease, a Farm in the fiats. Rent from £50. References ex changed. Apply ALFRED RANGER. TO LET. Dairy Farm at Mulgrave, con sisting of 128 acres, well watered and grassed. Apply This Office. TO LET. That beautifully situated cot tage, with every convenience, known > as " Wide View Cottage"-lately occupied * by Mr. J. Edwards-at the corner nearly opposite the residence of »P. H. Ridge, Esq.,. J. P. Apply W. SULLIVAN, » Osier Bank," East Richmond. ?. . WASTE PAPER for sale '...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 7, 1902. OUR NEW SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

%\t Pattesterg peralîr, WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 7, 1902. OUR NEW SERIES. As our readers/will have observed, this issue of the " Hawkesbury Herald" appears in a new form, by which we mark the entrance upon the second half-year of our exist ence. The advertising support has gradually increased to such an ex tent that it- became necessary to enlarge in order to do proper justice to the ** news " matter ; and, whilst enlarging, we decided to comply with a wish frequently expressed by both readers and advertisers for the small-page style of journal. On this point the public taste varies, but from the mechanical point of view the broad-sheet paper-as it is called -has big advantages. However, the change is now made, and we trust it will be received as a pleasing one by I the great bulk of our "now numerous i circle of clients. The jump from j the six large pages |o the sixteen : as at present is a step forward, and | is compatible With the progressive policy of the paper ; whilst we hope i ...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

OBITUARY. The infant »on of Constable Copas, died on Thursday night last at the age of 5 months and eight days. The remains were interred in St. Matthew's Church of England Cemetery on Friday afternoon. The Se v. S. G. Fielding officiated, and J. W. Chandler acted as undertaker. A number of hand some wreaths were placed on the coffin by sympathising friends. Sincere syampathy is expressed for Mr. and Mrs. Copas in the loss of their only child. The death took place at the Manly Hospital on Sunday last of Miss Ada Jones, daughter of the late Mr. John Jones, of Colo, and sister tu Mr. J. T. Jones, of Sackville. The deceased was only 25 years of age, and had been a great sufferer. She underwent several operations recently, but the most skilful medical aid proved hopeless. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon. Edwein Maude Ezzy, daughter of Mr6. Les. Ezzy, and grand-daughter of Mr. 8. Nicholls, died on Monday last at Parramatta, at the age of 9 months. The remains were brought to W...

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SHAM FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

SHAM FIGHT. Li connection wita the sham fight which took place on Saturday last « near Mr. Chas. Price's homestead, on the Penrith Road, everything passed off well, and provided, a splendid lesson in field work for those taking part. The following is a copy of the . general idea issued by Colonel Guest, O.G. 3rd Infty. Eeçt. :-"An enemy has eff ected a landing at Bulli, and has seized and holds possession of the ? southern railway line from Campbell town to Camden. He has occupied Penrith by forced march via Bringelly and Mulgoa, and is strengthening his position, pending the arrival of re inforcements. A portion of the N. S. Wales Field Force holds the enemy in . check on the southern railway line, and the 3rd Infantry Begiment, with at tached Reservists, will at once proceed by rail and road, and whilst a portion will engage and drive back the enemy from a strong position, as is reported he holds at Charley Price's homestead, . 6 miles north-east from Penrith, the remainder (imagi...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

RAINFALL. The rainfall for October, 1902, at Mr. John Teb butt's observatory amounted to 3.169 inches, and the average for the month from 40 year's observations is 2.082 inches. The greatest and least falls for October since 1862 are 5.555 inches in 1882, and 0 023 inch in 1865. The total fall for the first ten months of the current year is 11.024 inches, and the average for the same period from the 40 year's observations is 27.340 inches. The average annual rainfall from 39 year's records ÍB 32.418 inches, so that 21.394 inches are still required to make up this average. The greatest annual fall recorded since 1862 is 62.513 inches in 1870, and the least 17.640 inches in 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

A. GRIM WOOD'S New mid Seasonable Goods at Bargain Prices. SPECIAL VALUE in Light Pongee Cambrics, soft finish, at 3£d yard Fancy Figured Muslins, in floral patterns, at 5/6 dozen Dark Indigo Prints, at 5d, 5£d, and 6 Jd Lilac Pattern's from 3/11 per dozen A NICE ASSORTMENT of Organdie Muslins, Delaines at 6Jd, ?¿d, H 1/, and 1/3 per yard GRIMWOOD'S Selection of Laces. 18 THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT. . Beautiful Pattering in Guipure, Garland, Placuen, and Eidelweis Laces for Trimmings Valenciennes Laces, from 10Jd per doz Valenciennes Insertion from 1/3'per doz. Torchon Laces and Insertion, from 1/ per doz. Real Torchon, coarse make, at 1/11 per doz. at GRIMWOOD'S. H OSIEE "3T . Children's Black Ribbed Gptton Hose, all sizes, at 4d per pair Dresses. New Voiles, Black Taffetta, double width, at 1/11 yard Black Canvas Voiles, at 2/11 yard Black Figured Lustres, from 10Jd Black Figured Voiles, at 2/6 Fancy Check Voiles, all colors, at 1/4J per yard AT GRIMWOOD'S. Some Special Lines in Boo...

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CUTTING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

CUTTING PRICES. Attention is directed to Messrs. I Simpson and Holdsworth's advt, on j our front page. They have again re- j duced prices in all departments, and are determined to capture the trade by cutting down to and in many cases below Sydney prices. In drapery they are showing a very good assortment of prints at 2/9 per doz., droop hats 1/, men's straw boaters 2/6, white holland aprons 9d, best union skirting Cd per yard, etc. Special cuts have been made in groceries, crockery, Tinware, etc. Brunton's flour 5/G bag of 501bs, choice blended tea at lO^d per lb, white rugar 2d per lb.

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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

They Soy: :'? Í That the prospects, of the district have * been greatly enhanced hy the recent rains. That soon a change will come o'er the spirit of our dream, for golden harvests are predicted. That cricket is likely, this season, to be galvanised into something like its former state. That an agitation is afoot to get a publio school established at New town. That the Daisy-the new boat that is to trade up to Windsor wharf--will be a great boon. That the restoration of the river trade will cause Windsor to u arise, re vivified !" That the path of the land-user is not strewn as a rule with buttercups and posies. That when he has not droughts nor floods to contend with, he has to array himself against an army of pests and kindred abominations. That there are a number of dead trees on McQuade Park which could be advantageously replaced, if one take an aesthetic view of the matter. That; the re-establishment -of Quarter Sessions in Windsor is desirable. That the present agitation to se...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

Church Services. BUNDA IT, NOVEMBER 9. CHUBCH OF ÎÎNGIÎAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.30, Kev. S. G. Fielding. Vineyards, 3.30, .vir. L. Barnett. St. Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Ber. J. Howell-Price, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, AgneB Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, 3.30; St. Stephen's, 7.80; Heights, ll ; Salpj Flats, 3.30. St Albans,3 ; Wal I amby ue Common, ll ; Central Macdonald, 7, Rev. H. W. Rogers. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions 7.30. Riverstone, Mass, 8 o'clock. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Rev. .1. W. Winspear ; 7, Mr. V. , Woodhouse. Richmond, ll, Supply : 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. North Richmond, ll, Mr. A. Williams. Kurrajong, 2.30, .Mr. A. williams. Wilberforce, 1. Mr. Woodhouse. Sackville, 7.30 ; Lower Portland, 3 ; Leet's Vale, lO.-M), Rev. J. Colwell. Colo, 3, Mr. H. Walker. Lower Hawkesbury, 10.30 and 7.30. Mr N. Mitchell. ¡St. Albans, 10.30, Mr. J. Walker ; 7.30, Mr. W. Walser. Upper Macdonald. 3, Mr. A. Wa ker. Gospel ...

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Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

Windsor School of Arts.. A committee meeting was held on Tuesday night. Present--the Presi dent (Dr. Callaghan) and Messrs. F. Campbell, J. H. Bloome, J. C. Chand ler, E. B. Walker, D. Holland, C. Chester, A. D. Fowler, and Geo. McCauley (hon. secretary). Apologies were made for Messrs. J. J. Paine and A. Hannabus. The usual formal report from the librarian was received. A letter was read from Mr. W. H Potts, Principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, re a lecture which that gentleman was asked to give in Windsor. Mr. Potts stated that the work of preparing for the College examinatiotiH, in six! weeks' time, prevented him from ¿setting apart a night just now, but when the examinations were over he would be glad to accede to the committee's re quest. , A lengthy discussion again took place over the land adjoining the institution, which the committee want the Government to resume for them, «o that they might erect a hilliard room on same. It waa decided that the land pro posed ...

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THROUGH SOUTH AFRICA. XI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

THROUGH SOUTH AFRICA. (BY TROOPER G. F. MORTIMER OP RICHMOND.) XI. As a result of the attack ou Com mandant Trichardt's laager, 36 Boers surrendered to the garrison at Middelburg on the following day. On the 21st a fighting column left camp, and captured 21 Boers, and on the 23rd two were killed and I four captured. On the 25th the column trekked towards Middelburg, and camped at Doora Kop. This movement was part of au important operation, which was to take place in the vicinity of Rhenoster Kop. Col. Park's and Urmiston's columns had previously left Belfast by train for Bronktmrst Spruit, and from thence they were to trek, and occupy a certain position. Acting-President Schalk Burger, and other members of the Tiansvaal Government, escorted by General Louis Botha, and a commando of 200 Boers, were supposed to be laagered up at Lang Kloof. The fighting column left camp on ¿he night of the 27th, and and at about 8 p.m. entered the "Slag Hoek" or the "Road to Hell." It was a mere bridl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

Wide Open Reaper and Binder f " " ? ?:Beap^#&^,^t|8l^ Grain and Fertilizer Drills C .Spring- Tooth .. Cultivators and ^r:-. .pisclBirröws^ii diéo,~#d^\' Lever Harrows-Spikeand Springt t "Tooth - "-^Fv,,;'"Ä'?'f-'~y:<y ( Soufflera-various sizes and styles í [ Plows-all sizes and stylés > Peerless" Binder & Thrasher Oil '^Blue Ribbon" & «Ead Star" * , Binder Twine ^Traction Engines and Threshers " ' C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. MANURES FOR MAIZE AND ALL CROPS. ; : POTATO MANUSES. DEPARTMENT OF AGEIOtTLTüBE'S POR, BEIST AGEïD ;.pp /PJOT-A,T03aiS WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED (Yield-10 TON8 12 CWT. 2 QRS. per acre.) Two TJnmanured Acres Only Yielded 7 tons 6 cwt. 1 qr, and 8 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 241ba. each, THE WINNER OP THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER: (Yield- IO tons 7 cwt. \ qrs. lOlbs ) Pr^^i^tWAl.^GfuM^ August 1Ô02. GEO. SHIELET & OO.f Äattd'::/KÄi Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, Are Prepared to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

H. A. I'ye bas opened a splendid aas it men i cf 11.-61K: pa^er, tl Cj.oure, 6-1 per HOSIERY - . AT. : SPECÍÁL PRICES. Ladies' Black Hose, 5d per pair, or 3 pairs for 1/ Black Cashmere Hose, 10¿d Superior Cashmere Hose, seamless, 1/ per pair, or 3 pairs for 2/11 Black and Tan Lace Hose, 1/ per pair Girls' Bibbed Hose, 4d, Sd, 6d Girls' Bibbed Cashmeres, from lOJd per pair Ladies' Undervests, from 4 Jd Superior ditto, from lOd to 2/11 ?, D. HOLLAND & GO. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, Chemises,, Nightdresses, Combina tions, Knickers ; a splendid selection ; from 1/11 to 12/6 each garment. Special Beduotions to Buyers of a Large Parcel. MUSLIN APRONS, large size, from 1/ each ^ LACE COLLARETTES, from 1/3 to 3/11 GLACE SILKS, black, white, and colors, 1/11& per'yard LADIES' BLOUSES, from 1/11 to 5/11 DRESS SKIBTS, Black Alpacca, from 5/11 to 18/6 I WHITE PIQUE, from 5/11 Choice Mininera for Gliristinas; At Moderate Prices/ Try D. HOLLAND & CO., PRINTS. PRINTS/ 3£d per y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 7 November 1902

-j-' \ . -IS THE 3U>XS^k.33X3KT<3r- OKEÍBlEIST Ar DRtJ6r&IST ÎN" TH 13 DISTRICT. Stationer, Bookseller, and News Agent, Smokers' Requisites. _AH Orders Promptly Attended to. All the Leading Daily and Weekly Newspapers. Horse and Ga eniGines. Pinff-Poner Sets and Balls. Anderson's Garden "Seeds: . Crinkled Paper, all shades. THE LFADING HOUSE FOR STATION THE ¡^$8* 6D. PER QUARTER. #P^l0:t)ÍTÉ: JOB-PR I NT!LNG AT SYDNEY PRICES. .mn ssata tum mmsm® mmm kwAT.\ rn® mkmmm

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