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SACKVILLE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 March 1900

SACKVILLE. (From our own correspondent.)   Vintage started at Tizzana on Monday last, when about thirty hands were employed. We are pleased to report that   Mrs. J. Turnbull and Miss Ever- ingham are on the mend. The Rev. J. Tarn left on Tues- day last to attend the Wesleyan Conference, which is being held in Sydney.   Mr. E Johnston, of Lower Sack- ville, is having his house thor- oughly renovated. The contract is   in the hands of Mr. Isaac Woods, which is a guarantee that the work will be carried out alright. Mr. Frank Watkins lost a valu- able mare last week, through lend- ing her to a friend to go to Rooty Hill. We hope the animal will turn up alright again for Franks sake. Mr. G. C. Johnston's articles en- titled "On the river," are read   with interest by your many sub- scribers around these parts, and your bright little journal is anxi- ousíy looked forward to every week. [Thanks-Ed.] The ironstone metal which ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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Rainfall for February, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 2 March 1900

Rainfall for February, 1900. The rainfall for February, 1900, at this Observatory amounts to 0.836 inch, which is 2.873 inches bolow the mean for the month as derived from 38 years' observations. The greatest and least falls for the month since 1862 are 10.166 inches in 1878 and O. 111 inch in 1884 re- spectively. The total fall for the first two months of the current year is 2.582 inches, which is 4.250 inches below the mean for the period as derived from the 38 years' observations. On Saturday last, the 24th instant, the highest   reading of the shade thermometer was 115.9 degrees, which is the highest recorded here for February   since 1862. The next highest readings are 115.6 and 112.4 re- corded on February 2, 1897, and February 22, 1884, respectively. JOHN TEBBUTT. Observatory, Peninsula, Windsor, N.S.W.,   February 28, 1900.

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LANCER SQUADRON. Enthusiastic Meeting at Windser. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

Enthusiastic Meeting: at Wind- 1 . ,- * f The public meeting convened by ! the Mayor of Windsor, at the re quest of a Urge number of repi« : dents of the district, took place in 1 the Windsor School of Arts on i Wednesday night last, when about : 150 persons were present, including .. visitors from all parts of the district. < The Mayor, Mr. J. J. Paine,, oc cupied the chair. Mr,. Brinsley ; Hall also occupied a chair on the \ platform. ; Bichmond and Kurrajong were represented by Messrs fl. Sku thorpe, F. H. Wood, W. W. Stev enson, G. Peck, E. Ballard, H. C. Ezzy, R. Douglas, A.. Stewart and J.' P. Shine. The Mayor said he had called the meeting for that evening, at the request of a number of resi dents of the district, represented by Mr. Brinsley. Hall, ijje . object of the meeting was to co-operate with the Bichmond movement to form a squadron of lancers. For his own part he had not taken a very great interest in the move ment, on account of belonging to another branch...

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CRICKET. Competition Matches. RIVERSTONE V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

1 j; CRICKET. Competition Alatches. EIVEBSTONB V. MCHUOND. Ii» match between, the above elate Wa continued on Saturday last, the te eni being a win for Ulverstone by 81 : rut I on the first innings. Following ¡ar» thc complète scores :- , j BivEESTONBf-lat innings. C. Daley, c Pitt, b Devlin . $ SJtfawn, bowled Waters . 49 W Mason, c Woodhill, b Devlin ... 4 Mi Maguire, b Waters . 6 Rf Maguire, b Derjin. O, H Robbins, c Helsham, b Farlow ... 4 ; ^ Myers, b Devlin . 4 A "Wijigins, b Mortimer . 16' A Maguire, uot out ... . 20 C Mortley, b Farlow... . 13 Sundries. 9 Total ... . 184 EICHMOND-1st innings. Î, Waters, c, b Daley... ... ... ll 3. Farlow, I b.w., b Daley . 6 D. Price, c and b S Maguire ... 5 B. Klein, b Daley .. 0. C. Pitt, o Myers, b Sherwood ... 37 W. Holborrow, b Daley .. 6 Gt. Woodhill, b Sherwood . IO A. Devlin, b Sherwood ... ... . 2 J. Mitchell, c 6. Maguire, b Daley... 6 Dr. Helsham, c Maguire, b Sherwood 13 H. Mortimer, not out. ... 5 Sundries. 3 Total. 103 BIVBBSTO...

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HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. ANNUAL PRIZE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

HAWKESBURY AGRICUL TURAL COLLEGE. _* ANNUAL PBIZK DAY. The annual distribution of prizes in connection with the Hawkesbury Agri cultural College took place on Wednes day at the institution. A large party of ladies and gentlemen travelled from Sydney to Richmond by che early morn ing train, among those present . being Messrs. J. L. Fegan, (Minister for Agri culture), W. Walker and J. Macintosh (Ms.L.O-.), dpruBon, Clarke, Archer,« Harnee, Ferris, fitzpatrick, Wilson, Affleck, Spence, Dr. ROBS, Holman, Dight and Law (41s.L.A.), Allen (fruit cxpeit), Froggatt (Government Entomologist;, Richardson (outdoor traffic manager, New South Wales RailwaysJ, and Camp« bell (Department of Mines and «Agricul ture). Lunch having been served, the patrio tic toasts were received. '. The Ministry" was proposed by Mr. Sydney Smith. Mr. Fegan replied, thanking those present for the complimentary terms in which Mr. Smitb recognised, and the audience received, a reference to the Uovernment'e attitude in r...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

RICHMOND. Lieutenant-Colonel Guest left o Monday last for Dubbo iii connet tion with milit .ry matters. Mr. A. Dalton has been Bendin away a6 many as 300 cases of tome toes daily during the past week. Several Sydney artists have bee taking.sketche* round about Nort Eichmond during the week. The many friends of Captaii Lamrock, will regret to hear tba he has bei n luid up during th week. No le.£s than five Eichmond re sidents have volunteered for th< 3rd Bushmen's Contingent, and an now in camp at »Sydney, t The OddfeilowV Lodge hele their annual fortnightly meeting 01 Monday night last, when the usua lodge business was gone through.. Weare glad to report that Mr Cambridge has again resumed duty, hating completely recovered from his late illnese. { A horse of Woodhill and Co's., ffhii'h was attached to a lorry, bolted on Monday last, and for' fi time caused a little excitement. Nc damage was done. Upon receipt of the news of thc relief of Ladysmith, the loyal Rector of St....

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THE TRANSVAAL WAR. UEUTENANT HOLBOROW. WOUNDED AT OSFONTEIN. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

THE TRANSVAAL WAR. . ---*-.-- ? UEUTENAW* HOLBOROW. WOUNDED AT OSFONTE5N. [Br TELBGB\PH.] Colonel Holborow received a cablegram on Thursday, stating that his son, Lieutenant G A. H. Holborow, who went with the contingent commanded by Major Knight, has been wounded in the arm at Asfontein. The friends of the Colonel and Lieutenant anxiously await further news,andtrustthe wounds are not of a serious nature.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

FINAL NOTICE. IHEBKBY GIVE NOTICE that it is my intention to place all OCT- ' BTANMNG ACCOUNTS owing to me, 1 in the hands cf my Solicitor if not paid , on or before the 1st day of MAT next, . without respeet to persons. \ JAMES HOLMES. Windsor, March 5th, 1900. _. ^BBVAIW. fro wasting; J^^Brf*reaco»!Be<jtfirea. Apply ' ?- COMMERCIAL BANK, Richmond, TENDERS. WANTED far Timber and Erection of iflxrat 400' rods of Two-rail Fencing. Particnuvrs*on application to J AS. B. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer. LOST LAST Friday morning; ind March, in Bichmond Train; BLACK PARA CHUTE, Silrer Handle. Seward on delivery to MISS WALKER, The Terrace, Windsor, Winsor Gaslight Conpij. TENDERS for CARTING COAL witt be received by the undersigned np to « p.m. TUESDAY NEXT. D. HOLLAND, Sec. 8th March, 1900. TENDERS FOR OAK SHINGLES. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up till NOON on FRIDAY, MARCH 28rd, 1900, for the supply of about TWENTY THOUSAND OAK 6HJNGLES : the same io be de livered either...

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WINDSOR MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

WINDSOR MARKETS. Following are the prices current at the Windsor Markets : £ B d £ B d Maize .. from 0 2 8 to O 2 IO Oats. OOO 029 Brun ... OOO 009 Potatoes" ... 0 2 6 0 3 6

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A New Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

i A New Residence. Th« old historic town of Windsor has Sw! another pleasing addition to its «rchitee ure. In th.s instance the son of «ooe of thri most esteemed residents and a native of th» district, Mr J T. Tebbutt, has jost had completed a bandeóme cottage «évidencein ¡Vi .ccp>i»ne-street, from plans prepared b an t un^er the superinten 4lei c of Mr. Harold N. McBurney, Archi tect, Be auflud C 'ambers. Castlereagh, «rteet, Syitnev, t e builder being Mi JDwviri tux, of Milgon's Point. Non) iSydney. The cottage comprise» fjur Ja» ire living rooms, f spacious ball ve:an <dant> on three -ides, and conveniences : ittehm wing «-oui pri.-es laundry, pantries, I ímiii n om mi-i «fîrv»!itsquBrter«. Electric Stet]* are installed throughout, the rooms itriiig tin»bt.il in au up-todate style, fui pe bangor slates wer« used on the jtto's and and open kiln fnncy bricks in wadis, foundation« concret*-, the gravel JOT Mme beiig supplied by the Kmu Àrwvel and Boat Metal Company,...

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SYDNEY FRUIT MAKRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

SYDNEY FBDIT MAKEBTS. Owing to the inclement weather bnsi neBB in the fruit trade at the Bathurst street markets this week was rather dull. Fair supplies were under offer. Following are the prices ourrent : & s d £ s d Apples ... O 1 O to 0 8 O Lemons ... 0 3 0 0 16 0 Oranges ... 0 15 0 0 17 6 Apricots ... 0 2 0 0 3 6 China peaches 0 1 6 0 3 0 Plums * ... 0 2 0 0 6 0 Peaches ... 0 1 0 0 7 0 Nectarines ... 0 3 0 0 9 0 Pears ... 0 2 0 0 10 0, Watermelons 0 1 6 0 4 0 Bockmelons 0 2 0 0 3 6

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

MARKETS. The markets were well supplied with nearly all descriptions of general produce. The market for maize remained firm, the inquiry being good. A few bags of choice local potatoes sold steadily at 2s 2d to 2s 5d per cwt, Following are the prices current : . Ä « d £ s d Oats. 0 2 7 to 0 2 8 Maize ... 0 2 7 0 2 ll Chaff... ... 2 10 0 3 15 0 Oaten Hay ... 3 10 0 4 10 0 Lucerne ... 2 16 0 8 10 0 OnionB ... 2 10 0 4 0 0 Potatoes ... 2 0 0 2 15 0 Butter ... 0 0 6 0 0 8* Bacon ... 0 0 4$ o 0 7* Powis ... 0 2 0 0 8 6 Duck« ... 0 2 0 0 8 0 Muscovies ... 0 2 6 0 4 0 Geese ... 0 3 6 0 4 6 Turkeys ... 0 5 0 0 10 0 Eggs. 0 10 0 14 Honey .. 0 0 1} 0 0 2 Footwood ... 0 8 0 0 14 0 Billet Wood 0 8 0 0 10 6 Bakers' Wood 0 9 0 0 12 0 Bundle Wood 0 8 6 0 12 6

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FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

"""""""" . . V (From oar own correepondeñt.) " i J Some lively 'work has been go 1 ing on between two families loca ! ted on the settlement, and it is 1 likely that police court proceed I ings will result. j Messrs R. Graham, Gus. Valler, J and George Smith, have left the j district, and gone to the Clarence I to try. and find work. J Mr. Hilton Hayes has, come {home for aspell, after being in J the Windsor Hospital, where he j underwent an operation. He has j joined the mounted police, j Mr. L. Turnbull, pupil teacher lat the Freeman's Reach Public «School has passed the examina J tion held in December last, and I has been promoted to Class 1. j A tennis match is being arrarig led between the Windsor an( - J Freeman's * Reach clubs, to bi J played about next Wednesday oi j the latter club's ground. j A school picnic is to take plac j about Easter time. Mr. Simpsqr j the teacher, has the matter i: 1 hand, and is endeavouring to ai j range for a steamer excursion o 1 the river. ¡ J T...

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RIVERSTONE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

RIVERSTONE. (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. J. Myora narrowly escaped annihi lation at Bicnnund on Saturday last. Mr. Harrison was engaged this week at the Meat Works firing in a new boiler. Mrs. Heslop has been very ill from the effect« or? H poisoned hand. She is. how ever, slowly recovering. Mr. T. Fletcher has jest completed his Matriculation Examination, and will probably be playing with the Iiiverstone again os Saturday. Thc Riverstone CG. meet the Wilber force CC. on Satur lay next. It will not do to hold the match too cheaply, as apart from the wicket Wilberforce has good bowling talent. The net proceeds from the benefit con cert for Mis. tächoley are expected to reach £9. Miss Wiggins deserves great credit for her uutirtug efforts in connec tion with this entertainment. Á meeting in connection with the forthcoming Church of England' tea party was held on Wednesday. Much dissatisfaction was caused by several of those to whom tables were assigned, ex pressing their inabilit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

GIVE HE AL1 is H&STRENÖTH: This is because they;, attack ihe foundations of disease, t not by the weakening: process of purging or moving the. bowels (as all so-called ^lobd purifiers do), but by giving direct strength* and imirishment to the BLOOD and NERVES. Thus it is mt in Youth or Old Age they are < able to cure so many different diseases. A LITTLEI BABY SAVED! Cured of Consumption of the Bowels & Lungs, Bronchitis, Indigestion, Severe-Cough and Vomiting. SOME time ago Mrs. Maria Ruppert, of Teutoberg, near Landsborough, Queensland, wrote to us as follows :-" For two years I have been expecting my adopted daughter, Emilie Miry Ruppert,'to die. She has been ill ever since her birth. Although sc little, she suffers terribly from chronic indigestion, consumption of the bowels and lungs, bronchitis, and fits of coughing which are so severe thattrómiting follows. Even milk food can not be retained, owing to the weakhess of her bowels and stomach. I dare no...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1900. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, MARCH ll, 1900. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ßt. Ikittuew'f, Windsor (2nd Sunday in Lent), morning ll. evening 7.30.; Thanksgiving Services ítjr recent British victories in South Africa, tipecial music, inoluding an appropriate anthem and MaundersTe Deum." Preacher : Ber. S: 0. Fielding. : Bt. Peter's, Richmond, ll a.m. and 7.30 - p.m. ; evening subject : "Thank God we kept the nag flying." St. Paul's,. Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. Preacher: Rev. J. Howell Price. WESLEYAN. Windsor ll, Mr S. Lau; 7 30, Mr W. L. Dash. Richmond ll, Mr W. h. Dash ; 7.30, Mr S. Dart. Enfield ll. Mr F. Kidson. Karrajong 2.30, Mr T. Master- " man. Wilberforce 8, Mr S. Dart. 'Lower Portland 1030 a.m., Wiseman's Ferry 7JiQp.rn^(B,c.% Rev F^A^a^ell^ A,--'' ROMAN CATHOLIC. .-fife Matthews. Windsor, Hst MafrB?A" o'clock, 2nd Mass IO o'clock, ¿vening Devotions 7.30. Rev B. McDonnell. CONGBEOATIONAL. Morning ll, livening 7, Thursday even ingS; Freeman's Keach, Sunday after noon 8. PßESBYIERIAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

Another Ö^St Victory I COMPETITION SILENCED' ' COMPLETE DEFEAT OF AIÎIi FURNISHING GUIDES ? . ' BY THE ? ? FURNISHING MADE EASY GUIDE ' Just íubUsíiorl by A. HALL & COMPANY, SEVENTY-TWO PAGES. FIVE HUNDREÔ ILLUSTRATIONS J POSTED FREE TO. PARTIES FURNISHING IN TOWN OR -, í ? COUNTRY. THE MOS! USEFUL AND COMPLETE GUIDE EVER PUBLISHED IN . AUSTRALASIA.' CLEAR AND DESCRIPTIVE. EVERY REQUISITE FOR COMPLETE QR PART FURNISHING. A. HALL ANT)- COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561,. 563, 565, 567 George street, SYDNEY. Country Orders Packed Free. CLOSED 1 P.M. SATURDAYS. CATALOGUES AT OFFICE OF THIS PAPER.

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

-- MAILS. .Mails close at Windsor for Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Riverstone, G'30 -aw.,3.45 p m. . 'Wiseman's Ferry-Monday, Wednes day, Friday, noon; also Tuesday and Friday, 9 p.m. .Pitt Town, Wilberforce, Sackville Beach and Freeman's Beach, noon. Pitt Town Bettlement, 11-30 a.m. 'Forrester-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, il-80 a.m. .Sydney and Granville, 9 pm., daily. Mulgrave 6 30 a.m. blacktown, 8.45 p.m.

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. It is not generally known that th British defeat at Majuba Hill was due i Mrs. Joubert. Her husband, the Genera considered the position unassailable, bi Mrs. Joubert urged the attack, eventuall conquering thc scruples of her husban and the other commandants. British supremacy in South Africa wi mean the opening? up" ot the riebet land in the world. It will provoke phenomenal boom. In Australia, wher times are bad many eyes will be turnei towards South Africa, and a multitud with muscle, money and enterprise wi] cross the oco ins and permanently settii in South Africa Can Australia affon to lose these men ? Most assuredly sh canuot. A boom in South Africa wil mean the biggest and lie iciest blow tht country ever received, lt will bi remem bored how tliè Elstern colonies suffere: through the exodus to West Australia! goldfields But the departures were no beyond our shores. The men, too, re turned in large numbers. South Africt is three weeks' steaming from Sydney a...

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NO SHAMBLES FOR RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 9 March 1900

NO SHAMBLES FOR RICH MOND. [The fo'lowine article is written : Paul Twyfo'd. a <d although we pubji same, we wi*h it to be unierttood th we do not > eciFsiry idAtify ourselv with the views contained therein.-B H.A.! (Continued.) " But what matters ?'' says local big gun, " Richmond is c the up-grade to wealth and proi perity, for have we not close adjt cent a very valuable asset-a mag nificent industry." "Phew! pah . puff! ! Spare me your recital m friend," pays the old timer just u on a visit, *' for can 1 not smell it Magnificent industry, indeed Perish such magnificence, I say and at once sally forth with fire stick in hand and put an end to't Phew! its simply awful ! Coleridge counted seventy distinct stinks ii famed kolon (written " Cologne') but here you have 700-stinki brought from tho ends of the earth I sJiouli say; stinks that appal slink- that stand up -in column ir yu ur streets at mid-day, that rise al night when the soft moonbeam! play like weird, uncanny...

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