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CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR WINDSOR C.C., 1902-03. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
FlXTÜBES FOB WlNDSOB G.O., 1902-03. j . NOF. 15, v. Pitt Town, at Pitt Town Nov. 22, v. Campbelltown, at Campbelltown Pee. 13, v. Blacktown, at Windsor Dec 20, v. Bouse Hill, at Boase Hill . Dec. 26, v. St John's, at Windsor Jan. 1, v, Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and 10, v. Wilberforce, at Wilberf'ce , Jan. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. 81, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb. 14, v.'Bich mond, at Windsor Feb. 21. v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Feb. 28 & Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Mar. 14*, v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, ac Parramatta
WINDSOR V. COMMERCIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
WINDSOR V. COMMERCIAL BASTÉ. The above teams met on the for vmer'e wicket on Monday, the result being an easy win for the visitors, who made 200 against their opponents' 80. For the winners Eyrie made 63, Moore 49, Sloman 45, and Lloyd 14, whilst A. Maguire (26) and Cobcroft (20y played best for Windsor. Moore and fteid did the bowling for the visitors, and Bowman, Hancock, and Moses bowled best for the home team. Scores: . WINDSOB. Bowman, b Warden. 2 Werd,#t.,bJjlpore . fi «oberer*,'fe Reid Î. 20' Higgins, b Moore ... ... ... 0 . A. Maguire, b Beid ... ... ... 25 C. Dean, st., b Moore .... 5 Motes, b Moore. 3 Hancock, c, b Moore . ... 7 B. Fowler, c, b Reid . 6 jRoss, &lt;c and b Reid .0 ^Broughton, not ont . 1 Sundries '. *.. 6 Total*. 80 COMMERCIAL BANK. j Lloyd, Kl».w., b Bowman ... ... 14 j Byrle st Fowler, b Bowman ... ... 63 Warden, b Bowman . ... 0 Manchee, b Dean . .... 8 Beid, b Hancock. 4 -Sloman, c Broughton, b Bowman ... *45 Moore, not out .... 49 . Johnston, r...
WINDSOR V. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
WINDBOB V. RAILWÁY. / The above match-commenced on Saturday on the former's wicket-had to be abandoned on account of the rain. Windsor had lost 4 wickets -for 136 runs when stumps were drawn, Higgins contributing 54 not ont, A. Maguire 32, Cobcroft 30, and C. Dean ll. Seores: WINDSOR. Cobcroft, î.b.w., b Peering ... ... 30 C. Dean, b Murray ... . ll 'Higgins, not out... ... ... 54 A. Maguire, c Murray, b Bighan ... 92 Beveridge, b Groves . 0 . 8. Maguire, not out . ... 6 Sundries . «. 3 Total for 4 wickets . 136
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
HOSIERY AT SPECIAL PRICES. Ladies' Black Hose, 5d per pair, or 3 pairs for 1/ . Black Cashmere Hose, lOJd 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£d Superior ditto, from lOd to 2/il D. HOLLAND & CO. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, Chemises, Nightdresses, Combina tions, Knickers ; a splendid selection ; from 1/11 to 12/6 each garment. Special Reductions to Buyers of a Large Parcel. MUSLIN APRONS, large size, from l/'each. LACE COLLARETTES, from 1/3 to 3/11 GLACE SILKS, black, white, and colors, 1/11¿ Per yar¿ LADIES' BLOUSES, from 1/11 to 5/11 DRESS SKIRTS, Black Alpacca, from 5/11 to 18/6 WHITE PIQUE, from 5/11 Elpe Miiiinery for Clptam * At Moderate Prices. Try D; HOLLAND & GO. PRINTS. PRINTS. . 3Jd per yard, or 2/1 If per dozen. Better Qualities, from 4¿a to 7|d yard GREY SHEETINGS, from ¿fd yard WHITE CALICOES,...
TENNYSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
TENNYSON. Mont of the Tennyson orchardiets complain of having had their orchards severely "washed away by the storm on Saturday evening. Tt came down with euch terrific force, that, where crops were growing through the orchards, the soil was washed down the bills, and across along the rows sweeping out p«*as and other young crops.
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
Local Land Board. The following cases w dealt with at Windsor on 5th instant : Appraisement of capital value : Patrick HeBsion, c p 78-17, 40 a ; the ap plicant not being the bona We owner of the land, the Board declined to appraise it. - Ditto, c p 85-39, 120a ; do. Annual lease for consideration : John Thomas Gosper, 1902.12, 640a ; rent appraised at £2 4s per annum. , Special leases for consideration : J. Roberts and A. R. Gregory, 1902-1, 12a 2r 20p ; the Board recommended a lease for the area shown by red tint on tracing exhibit B at a rental of £5 per annum. Ditto, 1902-2, 65a 2r 20p ; the Board re commended a lease of this area on the same terms as in 1902-1, at a rental of £12 10s annually. « Conditional purchase and leases for con sideration : Hope Chapman MeAlpine, c p 1901-11, 40a ; application confirmed. Ditto, cl 1901-1, 120a; Application con firmed ; rent appraised at 2d per acre annexed. . James Davies, c p 1902-3, 46a Or 10p ; ap plication confirmed. Homestead selpct...
H. D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
H. D. A. Association. A committee meeting was held at the show ground on Tuesday after soon. Present-Messrs. Brinsley Hall, , M.P. (president), P, H. Bidgemia. Stevenson^ W. Stevenson, G. ítobcroft, John Devlin, John. Dickson, J. T. Gosper, S. Cox, Â. Hannabus, James Hull, Rev. J. HoweUOPrice, G. Icely, H. Dunstan, W. T. Charley, J. Gray, and C. S. Guest (secretary). Apologies were, received from Messrs. J. J. Paine and Ä. BJ Walker. ADOPTION OF SCHEDULE. The revised schedule ,was submitted by the secretary, and was perused by the meeting. The Secretary said there had been many objections to the amount of the entrance fees in the poultry classes. Mr., Hull agreed with the present lees, and did not think they should be altered. He went into the question at some length, and pointed out several important matters. He was of opinion the association was making a mistake in offering prizes for two différent classes of table fowls. The Secretary said the reason for giving two prizes was tha...
GROSEWOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
GROSEWOLD. The Government land locked up in this vicinty-whether in the shape of reserves for recreation or whether in tended for sale-has been deprived of much of its charm and future useful ness, by the ..disgraceful apportion ment of less than half a chain road as an approach. Such false economy as this at the outset leads to loss and dis appointment in the end at public expense. The recent rain has given a splen did appearance to the fruit trees and grain crops. A number of young folks from Grosewold had a boating picnic at the mouth of the Grose on Monday. The return trip wes made by moonlight, and a most enjoyable time spent. Things are indeed going ahead in these parts. Orchard properties are changing hands,- new houses bein? j erected, and a fresh variety of " peas " ' being introduced. One may well j arrive at the conclusion that this is fast becoming a pea district. I The following is the monthly re port of the Grosewold Provisional I School : -Highest marks obtained in ea...
NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
NORTH RICHMOND. Mr. and Mr. M. McKay, of Camden, and formerly of North Richmond, are on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Murray. Mrs. McKay has been in iudiffeient health for some time, ¿nd is now spending a holiday here to recuperate. We regret to announce the intended departure of Mr. and. Mrs. Burgess and family from the district. They have always proved excellent neigh bours, and everyone who had the pleasure of their acquaintance will regret to hear of tü*ár departure. They intend residing with their son, Mr. Kalph Burgess, who has a lucra tive chemist's business in the vicinity of Sydney. An inter-club debate was held in the North Bichmond Y.M.M.I. so ciety's building on Monday week between the North Ricumond and Kurrajong debating societies. Mr. A. Wheeler occupied the chair. There I were five speakers on each side, Kurrajong bein2 represented by Mr. D. Douglas (leader), Messrs. A. Pitt, : J. Myers, P. McMahon, and W. I Clarke, and North Kichmond by Mr. W. Stevenson (leader), ...
MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
MARSDEN PARK. A thunderstorm occurred here laet Saturday, the rainfall being sixty points. j Last Friday was the hottest day I experienced this season, the temper ature being 105 deg in the shade at the local meteorological station. Miss Thomas ia now residing at the Grange Farm stores. Hov. G. Manning conducted Church of England service in the local Presby ti t an church on Sunday afternoon. I am requested to state that the usual moonlight week-day service conducted by the above rev. gentleman will be held on the 19th instant, being a week later this month. Mr. G. G. Kiss, of Clydesdale, has secure i a lease of grazing properties at Pitt Town, and dtiriog the week a large number of horses and cattle were despastured there. This gentle man also recently purchased a mob of sheep, which are grazing at Clydesdale. For the past few weeks tbs kuigbts of the rod have been very successful. 1 he creek seems to be full of fish, First-class Constable Grigor, of Riverstone, has been busily eng...
Windsor Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
Windsor Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Before Mr. P. K. Wilshire, KM, and Messrs. T. Primrose, J. Russ, and F. Campbell, J.P. John Burton v. George Barnett, goods sold £8/5/9. Verdict for amount and 9/- costs. Aliabox v. G. Poole, claim £1/6/7. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount, with 13/- eist« of court, and 10/- expenses for plaintiff.
Church Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
Church Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16. , CHURCH *>F ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll, " The Wreck of,the Elingamite ; 7.30," Woman Suffrage.11 Rev. S. Gr. Fielding. Vineyards, 3.30. Mr. Arthur Blacket St. Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Bev. J. Howell-Price, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 3.30 ; Colo, 2.30. Evangelistic service, Gospel Hall, Sackville Reach, 7.30, Mr. L. Barnett. St. Albans, 7 ; Higher Macdonald, ll ; . Upper Macdonald, 2.30, Rev. H. W. Rogers. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock ; 2nd Mass, 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions, 7.30. Rev. B. McDonnell. MBTHODI8T. Windsor, II, Mr. L. Dash ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond, ll, Rev. J.. W. Win spear ; 7, Mr. L. Dash, Nftth Richmond, ll, Mr. A. Williams. Kurrajong, 2.30, Mr. A. Williams. Wilberforce, 8, supply. Sackville, 7,30, Mr. H. Woodhouse. Lower Portland, 3, Mr. H. Woodhouse. Leet's Vale, 10.80, Mr. N. Mitchell. Lower Hawkesbury, 10.30, Mr. H. Walker ; 7-3...
RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
RIVERSTONE. The members of the-local band are quite indignant on account of sonie person writing to the Ulverstone Pro gress Association re stopping the band from, playing on Sunday. The Presbyterian Sunday School picnic took place on Saturday at the school grounds, and was well attended. The Biverstoue town band paraded the town on Saturday afternoon, and treated the residents to some afreet music. Some of our local acrobats gave an exhibition of high kicking at the Boyal hotel on Saturday evening, and it caused a deal of excitement. Frightful hot days were Experienced here last week, 100 in the shade being recorded. A splendid thunderstorm occurred on Saturday, 60 points being recorded. Mr. H. Ireland paid Riverstone a visit on Saturday He looks O K. There were no killing operations at the local meat works on Sunday on ; . account of the holiday on Monday. ! Another batch of men took their de parture to New Zealand on Saturday. Quite a contingent of fishermen were lined along Sout...
The Late James Comrie. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
The Late Janies Comrie. At St. Matthew's (Church of Eng- ! land) m Sunday morning liait the , Ber. B. G. fielding, in the course jot hie sermon from the text--" Lay not np for yourselves treasures upou earthy where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal, but lay up for! yourselves treasures in heaven," &c, spoke of the failure of last year's harvest ; the uncertainty at all times of the acquisition of mere earthly treasure ; the bitterness often arising from the sense of worldly losses ; and the pleasure it was to come in contact with a life which seemed to possess everything worth having one blessed with a measure of earthly wealth, and the garment of righteousness, which no moth conld corrupt, and the armour of God, which no rust could consume. These remarks were suggested, said the preacher, by the death of one who for many years occupied a prominent position in this district ; whose many acts of benevolence and whose services in the cause o...
LEETS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
LEETS VALE. Mr. Hobart Leet and his wife have been spending a few days at his brothers at lieet's Vale. He is re covering from a serious illness, which brought Mm down very low. He is much better, the change' having done bim good. A thunder storm with heavy rain passed over us on Sunday afternoon.j There was a sprinkling of hail the size of marbles, but no damage wag done. The early apricots are beginning to change color, and will soon be fit for market. The steamers are likely to have a good time of it this season, as to all appearances there will be a heavy crop of stone fruit, also pump kins and melons. Those pieces of paper called cheques will soon be in circulation again. It makes the growers smile when they get hold of a good big one ! _
Wesleyan Tea-meeting at Sackville. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
Wesleyan Tea-meeting at s Sackville. The annual tea-meeting held at Sackville Beach on Monday, in aid of the circuit fund of the Wesleyan Church, was pronounced by all as being the most successful function of its kind held on the river for many years. There jls no more ideal spot on the picturesque Hawkesbury than that chosen for the picnic ground, and this year's special attractions-in the form of a tennis tournament and cricket match-were the means of makins; the attendance a record one. Visitors from Richmond, Windsor, and every town ship and hamlet as far as Wiseman's Ferry and St. Albans were present. The day was gloriously fine, and it is needless to say that everyone had a most enjoyable time., The s.s. Narara conveyed nearly 200 passengers from the Lower Hawkesbury, including about 80 from the Macdonald River. The promoters of the tea-meeting have a lot to thank their down-the river friends for. Every year they give the\r unstinted support to the movement, and, in spite of l...
The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the uianxge aent of the Cyclorama decided to replace "Jerusalem" by re-erecting the masterpi?ce of Cycloraniic Art, the " Battle of Gettys burg,' which ciiiBed so much excitement here some years ago. For the last four years America and Europe have been searched for a scene fit, to replace Jerusalem and follow *. Gettysburg," but nothing could be found that would not huffer too much by com parison A South African scene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish beiag expresred by Cyclorama vifcitoiB to see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it ia any p-trt of the world could be found-to re -erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visit irs to the city will, aíler recent events, find a s|>ecial i ate rest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a mo-:t facinating novelty to the Hall of Illusions, which, wiih a quantity of new Cinematograph films, make__up a eplend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
OLEAN SMALLWOODS! FEESH SMALL GOODS ! PRIME SMALL GOODS COLONEL MAINE ?VTOriFíES that he has the Very Best JAI Articles in the shape of German Sausages, Saveloys, Black and White Pud dings, Beef, Pork, and Garlic Sausages, Ham and Chicken, Fried and Smoked Fish, Oysters, Lobsters, Pies, Pigs' Trotters, #c., &c. always on hand. BEST PASTEURISED BUTTEE, ALWAYS FRESH. GROCERIES AT SYDNEY PRICKS. I FRESH SUPPLIES EVERY DAY. THOROUGH CLEANLINESS OBSERVED, * Motto : " Small Promts and Quick Retaras.*! UrOTE THE ADDj$B¡és& ' 1 I - OPPOSITE H. A; PYE'S. Don't Foïget'to Give Him a Gall. FURNITURE. FURNITURE of every description and quality may be had for CASH or TERMS made to suit Purchasers. One of the LARGEST and best assorted Stocks in the Colony to select from, and REGULAS SHIPMENTS of up-to-date Furniture continu ally arriving, at Prices to suit everybody. Following are a few lines kept in great variety : BEDSTEADS from thc cheapest to*the best brass and pearl mounted BE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 14 November 1902
. ; V . C. F, Wortley, Riverstone Rockdale ?College, Sydney ' r fó-'-I^pp¿.? B. Hayes, Windsor. ^ C^lnists . '""J- : ~r'-'-: ? ' lS.^.M&^, Bichmond ; R,i^.';/::c;; ? >-;.V ¿: Dentists ;-r-':." 'V* J. W, Allison, Bichmond - G. Beáth, 823 Darïingistreet, Balmain G. W. Benson, Richmond B. A. Pye, Windsor >u ? JJ. 'Swift, : 94 Darlinghurst-road ? . Sydney ' "; l)rapergv : H; B. S. Dyer, Bichmond A. Grimwood, Windsor D. Holland and Co., Windsor Simpson and Holdsworth, Richmond Trait lïèrohants ; ^ . Hie Dansion-Pope Fruit Co, 33.Bathurst« street, Sydney . Bunitiire Warehouse : 4;, 0.tJ.;Forsshêrg, 78 William-st., Sydney Hotels ' J. H. Bloome, Royal Hotel, Windsor Robert' Oliedell, Black Horse Hotel, Richmond J, Eagles, Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor P. j. Kelly, Hawkesbury Hotel, Wise man's Ferry C. F. Rieraenscbnëider, Boyal Hôtel, - ^ Richmond libation (Jibsiii,'Battle & Co., 85 Pitt-st., Sydney. . S, Zöllner, 30 to .36 Druitt-street, Sydney Machinery ' Gibson, Battle and...