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SERGT. McCULLUM'S TARGETS. 500yds [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

SERGT. MCCULLUM'S TARGETS. 500ydB After the match refreshments were provided 01 the range, and some Bpeechmaking indulged io. Lieut. Henwood, on behalf of the visitors, aaid he was very pleased with the match, and the hospitable manner in which they hed been treated. It was veiy pleasing for them to come up and mt et with such treatment, and, they would endeavour to return the . compliment when an opportunity oc curred. The first match against the Windsor Civilians was the first they (the visitors) had won, and the score that day was the highest they had ever made. He hoped the next match would be as friendly as that one. He . then called for three cheers for the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club, which j were heartily given. Sergt. McCullum said it was one of the best matches he had ever taken part in. He eulogised his opponents on their success, but hoped to turn the tables if ever they met again. Kr. James Hull (captain of the Windsor team) said he was pleased the visitors had enjoyed ...

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CUTTING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

CUTTING PRICES. Attention is directed to Messrs. Simpson and Holdsworth's advt, on our front page. They have »gain re duced pries 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/i) per doz., droop hats Ï/, men's straw boaters 2/<ï, white holland aprons Dd, best union skirting Od per yard, etc. Special cut« have been made ia frroceries, crockery, Tinware,. etc. Bruntou's Hour ô/'î bag of fiOlbs, choice blended tea at 10|d per lb, white* vigar 2*1 per lb. The residents of Bichmond ami the surrounding district who are óeúrous of having their children taugat the piano or organ cannot do bett r than place them under the charge of Mrs. C. Eather, org.nift nf St. Matthew's Churth, Windor, wh> visit* iich mond every Moiiday at d T' u sday. Special amn .eu ents on app ic t?an» Terms stt ic ; ly moderate *

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

Rifle Match. On Monday the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club and the Civil Service Corps tried conclusions at the Windsor rifle range, the match resulting in a win for the . former by a very narrow margin. The visitors came up by the morn ing train, and were shown round the town by Mr. W. I. Perry, C.P.8. They visited the old government House, court house, and other places, and were greatly interested in what they saw. Both teams met at the Fitzroy hotel, where an excellent dinner was pro vided by Mr. J. H. Eagles. After dinner they were driven to the range. It had been arranged to shoot ten men saide, but owing to che visitors having only nine, it was agreed to allow them to add an extra man's average on the day's shooting. Some really good individual shooting was done by both teams, especially by the visitors. Sergeant McCullum made the possible at 500 yards, and had put in six " bullies " at 600, when the last shot dropped to the " magpie " It was excellent shooting, 13 bull's eyes out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

0 JT is as good for women as I for men. Women often times g need a vitalizing tonic. I Wolfe's Schnapps has always I been a fine thing for " tired " and, I suffering women. I 1 is an old honest all-round tonic beverage and household remedy. You,get nothing but lasting good from its use.

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NOTES BY "REG." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

NOTES BY "REG." Strenuous efforts are being put forth to prevent the law from taking its course in the case of Mrs. Sangal. Capital punishment is not to be greatly advocated in any case, as anyone with " justice tempered with mercy " will conclude if they cogi tate sufficiently over the matter. But while the law holds that a man should hang for murder, so should it hold equally with a woman. Women capable of committing such horrible crimes, while by Nature they are endowed with the most tender qualities, are, if possible, more undesirable than men of the same class. In the especial case of Mrs. Sengal, nothing could have been more cruel and callous against the man she had sworn to love, honour, and obey. - With the law standing at capital punishment (which we hope some day will be a , thing of the past)f Women, ^h;o how have equal representative power, have an equal right to be dealt with as the law directs. Men are begin ning to wonder where this equality is to end ! Already, socia...

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Oranges and Lemons. A FINE OPENING IN S. AFRICA FOR AUSTRALIAN FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

Oranges and Lemons. A FINE OPENING IN S. AFRICA FOR AUSTRALIAN FRUITS. Mr. Valder, the commercial agent for New South Wales in South Africa, reports to the Minister for Agriculture iMr. Kidd) that there is a good open ing m ßöüth Afijictt for the sale of citrus ïîftuté; Buring the winter months gool orangés bring on the average 7« to 8s per 100 In the «pring, commencing in September, the oranges being considerably more than this. From September to Ohristmas the price generally rises gradually, price rises to at least los, choice and at the latter time phenomenal prices are often obtained. A large portion of the fruit is of excellent quality, and the mandarins are often superior to the average fruit seen on the Sydney market. Leading sales men informed Mr. Valder that if New South Wales oranges were landed at the Gape in good condition in Septem ber there would be no difficulty in obtaining 10s per 100 for them, pro vided, of course, that the fruit was of good quality, and for choice...

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CURRENT TOPICS. NOTES BY "LA BOHEME." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

: I I CURRENT TOPICS. NOTES BY " LA BOHEME." What a "boil over" to many the vesult of the Cup proved to be Î It only goes to show there is no relying upon the turf wisdom of those who are ready to stake their homes that eo and so comes in first. Truly, the old wdrds, " The race is not always to the swift," should he well borne in mind. A thousand and one " trifles " might prevent the best horse from winning, and it is the same game all the world over-a game of chance-or luck, as some say. Certainly, there is a weird fascination in plunging £ s d in the anticipation of a stroke of luck ; but, on the other hand, all the sighs and groans and excuses will not hand it back again. Tattersalls sweeps still flourish, in spite of the effort to suppress them on the part of a Federal minister, who, j by the way, was at one time credited, up north, with running a similar affair. .'Why should they not flourish ?" is the question of thousands. Are the free people of the Common wealth to ask conse...

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Uncle Jim. (Written for the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

Uncle Jim. i (Written for the " Herald.") An Australian spring was at its best. The flower-sprinkled hills, the foliage of trees and shrubs, rivalling the blossoms for beauty and variety of coloring, and the chirruping and muttering of vigor ous life-all spake most forcibly of the freshness and joyousness which spring ever brings. Seated beneath the shade of an outspreading pear tree was a lady well advanced in years. She had been sewing, but had inadvertently dropped it, and sat gazing at the panorama spread out before her. The rich alluvial flats following the sinuous course of the Hawkesbury form at most any time a fitting subject for a student of Nature. It is usually a glorious scene, backed up by the pretty little town of Rich mond, seemingly hugging itself with perfect peace and content, and the eminence of Yarramundi and Agnes Banks, crowned with their ^osy farm houses and adjoining orchards. The still pretty and pleasant features of the lady assumed a pensive, absorbed expr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

THIES Cycle Home, George street, ^WINDSOR. E. HAYES. jlgeijt for Bennett ^ Wood, Sydney. OUR LEADING LINES. ROYAL SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Road ster, Road Racer, or Path Racer. Price £23 10s. cash ; £25 10s. terms. Rates £7 deposit, £1 1 Os. per month. MODEL "D" SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Roadster or Road Racer, Price-£ IS 10s. cash ; £20 terms. Rates-£6 deposit, £1 5s. per month. MODEL "E" SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Roadster or Road Racer. Price-£13 10s. cath ; £15 terms. Rates-£5 deposit, £1 2s 6d per month. " Free Wheels and "Back Rim Brakes" fitted to all our Bicycles at an Extra Cost of £2' 10s. All SPEEDWELL Bicycles carry our usual GUARANTEE apinst defects in Material or Workmanship for 12 months. GOOD SECOND HAND MACHINES from £6 10s , £S t0*.,£10 10s., £11, £tl !0s. Ka$j terns-£2 deposit, £l per month. All Sundries Kept et Sydney Prices. Dunlop Tyres from 15e. tn 2*s. Oceanic Tyres from 1 »a. 6d. io 21s. Vulc«ni*ed Tyres from 14s. 61. to ¿tl 7*. 6J. Inuer Tubes from 6s. 6d à LL KINDS OF REPAIRS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

A PROMPT CURE. The Case of Miss N. LENEHAN. (BY OUE EEPORTEB.) Tt is said that pain, like joy, becomes dulled by repetition or by the callousness that comes with year«, but on listening to some personal experiences of Miss Kellie Lenehan, of Nb. 38 Cross-street, Forest Lodge, our reporter learned that this is not always true. " The longer my illness lasted," said Miss Lenehan, " the more acute my pains became. When I was living in Brisbane I enjoyed the very best of health, being quite robust aud without a care in life ; but the Sydney climate did not agree with me, for after being here awhile the colour left my cheeks and I became thin and miserable. 1 suffered from poverty of the blood, my complexion getting frightfully pale, and my lips and gums almost white. The change which had so suddenly taken place in my appearance caused me the utmost concern, but it was not only in my looks that there wasroom for the gravest of fears to be entertained. No ; it was the intense feeling of la...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

THE TURF. i A brood mare belonging to Mr. W. 1 Forrester dropped a beautiful Mes- ;| eenger colt foal last week. He isa beautiful youngster, and, if breeding - goes for anything, he should make a l name for himself. Mr. T. Hulbert is - ¿ looking after the mare. J

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

. RICHMOND. ' ' Mr. N. Sandoz has just disposed oj one of his famous breed of fox terrien to a Victorian buyer. The price paid was £¿5. Mr. T. Lang, who has been em 1 ployed on Gk Ki .'duff's svloor, is leav ing to take up a position at Gosford. The local athletic clubs will miss him. .Staff S'rgt.-Major Morris, of the Lancers, has decided to remain in the service until the end of the year. Last week he removed to Penant Hills with his wife and family, and will visit our district every w jek. Don't forget your local watchmaker and jeweller, Mr. J. 0. Horn, who has given you satisfaction for the last 10 years. Bri og along your watches, clocks, and jewellery, aud he will repair them at prices to suit the times. If you have any pictures wanting frames, Mr. Horn will do them ar tistically and well at reasonable rates * Constable Pritchard is becoming quite an expert horticulturist, and has the yardea at the police station in splendid order. According to Coghlan, at the last census take...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

CYCLING, A youth's bicycle road-race took placé on Monday afternoon, in the presence of a large concourse of spec tators, over a course of about a mile, starting from Church-street, thence into George-Street, round the Balway ß hotel corner; round the park, and finishing at the starting point. Five started, the result being J. Lamond, 50 yards, 1 ; S. Wood, 125 yards, 2 ; O. Ward, 25 yards, 3. The dther starters were H. Chandler, 126 yards ; C. Marden; scratch. The time was 3 minutes, and the race was - won very easy. With the exception of the winner (Tiddley) the whole ot the competitors came to grief. < A meeting of cyclists is convened for next Tuesday night'to consider the question of arranging some road races. £ee advt. . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

By arlverÜBiu* Results sarprisia' Are easily obtained. Oh, laws I it's funny Coantin' money Simple ads. have gained. In any \y.z The great thing iq To heep yourself abumrain'; And 1 jeut true.68 The Herald " press Can start the people comin . To Adüertisers. Having secured tbe right of ali the. Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association's Printing for the period ending June 30 next, including the SCHEDULES AND CATALOGUES for the next Show, the Undersigned beg to solicit the favor of Advertisements for insertion in same, at the following rates :- J , s. d. Full page in Schedule . ... 10 0 Half page in Schedule ... ? > . 6 0 Full page in both Schedule and Catalogue ... ... Í 15 0 Half page in both Schedule and Catalogue. 9 0 The Schedule will be continually handled and referred to for some months before the Show, and will therefore afford an excellent medium for advertising. Intending Advertisers are urged to send in their " copy " at once. PINKSTONE AND COLLISON, " Hawkesbury He...

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WILBERFORCE V. PARK VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

WILBERFORCE V. PARK VIIXA.. Flayed at Sackville on Monday, and resulted in a win for Wilberforce. ScorÔB PABK VILLA. let In'gs 2ad In'ge. W. Barber ... 16 35 Ai. Books. 16 17 T. Mitchell ..6 2 H. Barber ... 14 9 B. Barber ... 6 10 W. Rigg. 0 3 J. Bennett ... 1 '2 A. Woods ... 7 . 0 A. Barber ... 3 17 J. Stephens ... 2 18 G. Mitchell .. 0 2 L. White... ... 0 0 Sundries ... 15 0 Totals 85 103 WlLBKHFOBCE. 8. Tuckerman . 3 E. Brown |... . SS B. Hall ... ... 22 N. Bushell . 2 O. Dean . 4 W. Wilbow . _ 12 H. Bowd . 1 J. Green . 6 G. Tuckerman ... ... ll G. Brown . 0 B. Bowd. 4 M. Hall . ... e O Sundries . 7 Total . ... HO On Monday last the Bichmond Half-holiday C. C. defeated a team from Paddington rather easily. W. Crowley made a good a£ore for the winners. Mr. James Padley writes to say he would like to arrange a cricket match at Lithgow between a team from the Hawkesbury and Lithgow. At the annual meeting of the Wise man's Ferry club the following officers were elected:-Patron, Mr. B...

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SACKVILLE REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

^ÔkvïLLÊ REACH. The pastures and orchards around here are in a flourishing condition since the recent rain. Hopes for a j prosperous season are very bright, ' and farmers are jubilant. Stock feed is very plentiful, and persons who dis posed of their cattle a few weeks ago are now, regretting they didn't hang on to them for a while longer. Mr. lt. H. Brown's orchard is a pic ture. In fact all the Browns-and there are many" about this locality have well kept orchards. Their places are thoroughly cultivated and looked after, and by these means they are able to secure good results. There are some splendid crops of early potatoes-about here which should yield well. The corn crops generally are also very forward and healthy. In some places the black beetles com mitted great havoc, and farmers weie compelled to re-plant their maize. Mr. Jack Green sent some peaches of the flat China variety to Sydney on Thursday week, and realised £1 12s per case for them. These are the first marketed from...

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RIVERSTONE V. ERSKINEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

" H ; Junspi^ra y£ ERSKINEVILLE. ? Played et Riverstone, the home team winniag easily. Scores : ? BIVBBSTONB-1st Innings. Morris, b Medcalfe -.. ... ,. 10 M. Maguire, c, b Ford. .... 12 S. Maguire, retired . ... 46' C. Daley, b Melcalf . ... 24 H. Corless, b Medcalf. ... - 1 I Moreley, b Medcalfe . 1 j Anderson, b Ford *. ... 6 E. Johnson, c, b Medcalfe ... ... 0 j Wonson, c, b Kelso . 12 j A. Daley, not out . 4 j J. Corless, b Bullock . 3 Carolin, b Johnson . 2 Martin, not out ... . . ' ... 12 Binchy, st., b A. .Daley . 0 Hutcoinson, b A. Daley . . ... ... 1 Bundries 1 'Total

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON Through the Hawkesbury District, THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLION OP TASMANIA, Royalist IL ROYALIST II. is a pure-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, Royalist, winner of four first prizes at South head, N.Z. ; g sire Hard Times, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding stallion of hiB day ; gg sire Extinguisher ; ggg sire Vanquisher (890CSB),. won first prize at Dumfries in 1867 ; gggg sire Loch FerguB Champion (449CSB) ; ggggg sire Tahnond'e Champion (737CSB) ; gggggg ßire Farmer (248CSB); gggpggg dancer (338CSB) winner of Fécond prize at Highland Society's show at Glasgow in 18Í0 , ggsggg^L sire Young Champion (137CSH) : ergggggggg sire Broomfield Champion (95«-'SB) ; ggggfrggggi? sire dancer- ll (337CSB), winner of second prize at first show of the Highland Society in 1826 ; ggggegggggg " tire Glanc...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. The weather here last week was ex ceptionally hot. On Wednesday the thermometer registered 100 in the shade, Thursday 95, and Friday 102. On Sunday heavy rain and hail storms passed over, but very little damage was done. , On Saturday a severe hail storm oe- j curred at Upper Macdonald, leaving i the hailstones a foot thick on the ground in some places. Mr. À. Jones and Miss Edie Buck I ridge are about to be married, and i they intend to reside in Sydney. We wish them luck and happiness. The much talked off quoit match Mr. J. Jurd v. Mr. P. KeUly-came off at St. Albans on Saturday. It proved an easy win for the Webb's Creek boy. » Mr. J. Smith, of Webb's Creek, has had to convert a lot of his corn land into a run this year. The alum in the soil is so strong that it kills the corn as soon as it appears above ground. Mr. J. W. Hearne, ^contractor for the bridge at St. Albans, spent a few days at the Ferry last week. He ex pects to finish the work ip February, and when...

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TENNIS. TOURNAMENT AT SACKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902

.'.si-.'.'.1,,-. .? A 3 ? -J1- ? . . - 'jj.. TOURNAMENT AT SACKVILLE, ?". Following are ^he scores of the tennis tournament played at Sackville Beach on Monday last : FIRST BOUND, FREEMANS BEACH V. ST. ALBANS, F. Nicholls and Mise fl. Greentree v. Ahearn and Miss Mi Jurd 2-6. H. Greentree and Miss A. Smith v, E. Baile/ and Miss E. Thompson 6-3. J. fiibbert and MiflB H. Smith v. W. Bailey and Miss A. jurd 6-5. D. Hibbert and Miss A. Nicholls v. A. Bailey ani Miss F. Chapman 6-5. Freeman's Reaeh 20 games, St. Albans 19 games. j CENTRAL MACDONALD V. SACKVILLE. W. Douglas and Mrs. G. Gosper v. T. L. Turnbull and Miss P. Wollaston 4-6. H. Smith and Miss A. Walker v. A. Stubbs and Miss F. Wollaston 6-1. A. Jurd and Miss S. Walker v. C. Mitchell and Mrs. 0. Mitchell 5.6. C. Jurd and Miss B. Jurd v. W. Wood house and Miss Woodhouse 6-3. Central Macdonald 21 games, Sackville 16 games. WILBERFORCE V. VISITORS. A. Daley aud Miss L. Buttsworth v. F, Collison and Miss A. Wilson 6-3. Horace Bowd ...

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