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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/ to 6/6 Chaff, 8/ to 8/6.. Brau, 1/10 to 1/11. Pollard, 2/to 2/1. Onious, g/ to 9/. Oaten hay, 9/ to 10/. Lucerne. 4/ io 5/. Straw. 3/ to 4/. Peas (blue), If to 8/. Peas (Yorkshire,, »/' to 9/. Oats, 1/ to i/6. Barley, 4/6 to 5/. Potatoes, 9/ to lo/. Early Kose (seed), 12/- to 13/. Brpwiifll (treed), y/ to 10/. Bunganail millet, 8«! to i Od per lo Lucerne weed (Hunter River) lld t-» 1/- per ib. Planter«' fr en.i. 6d to 7(1 per lb. Whmtr, 6/ to 6/6. Euglah BdH-y, 4/6 to 5/.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the manage* ment of the Cyclorama decided to replace "Jerusalem" by re-erecting the masterpi°ce of Cycloramic Art, the " Battle of Gettys burg," which caused fio much excitement here some years ago. For the' last four years America and Europe have been searched for a scene fit tn replace Jerusalem and follow " Gettysburg," but nothing could be found that would not suffer too much by com parison. A South African 6cene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being expressed by Cyclorama visitoiB to see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it in any part of tne world could be found-to re erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city will, after recent events, find a special interest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a most facinating novelty to the Hall of Illusions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph elms, make up a splendid exhibition<...

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CUTTING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

CUTTING PRICES. I Attention is directed to Messrs. [ Simpson and Holdsworth's advt, on our front page. They have again re duced prices in all departments, and are determined to capture the trade by cutting down to and iu many cases below Sydney prices. In drapery they are showing a very good assortment of prints at 2/Í* per doz., droop hats 1/, men's straw boaters 2/0, white holland aprons 'Jd, \)est union skirting (id per yard, ere. Special cuts have been made in groceries, crockery, Tinware, etc. Bruntou's flour 5/6 bag of fiOlbs, choice blended tea at lo^d per lb, , white ugar 2d per lb.

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The N. S. Wales Lancers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

The M» S. Wales Lancers. Mr. Moxham (in j the Assembly last week) : I wish to ask the Prime Minister if ii is contemplated to alter he name of the Lancers to Light Horse. If so will he use his influence to retain ?the name of the Lancers, under which ?they fought so admirably in South Africa? Sir John. See : The military forces of this State have passed away from the State Government, and I regret that it is so. I think we would have looked after them very much better than they are looked after now, al though I say it with great respect for the military authorities of the Com monwealth. If the hon. luember make a representation to me that it is desirable to retain the name of the Lancers I shall be happy to make representations to the Commonwealth Government.

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Popular Sermons. (Abridged Reports.) WRECK OF THE ELINGAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Popular Sermons. . (Abridged Reports.) WÄEOK OF THE ELINGAMITE. St. Matthew's church was well fill* on Sunday morning, when the Kev. G. Fielding gave a most interestii sermon upon the recent wreck, takii as his text-" Beginning to sink The preacher at some length alludt to the interesting associations of tl sea. In spite of many dark event after all it was the sea which mai England what she is, and the coloni what they are. Manifold were tl associations of the sea-some of the grand and heroic, as in conn ec ti ( with the sinking of the Birkenbea&amp;lt; and Sir Bichard Grenville's gre battle, when, with his one litt frigate, " Eevenge," he fought f forty-eight hours the fifty-thn -Spanish galleons. (Mr. Fielding he: recited part of the poem.) Some the associations were tragic at terrible, as in the recent wreck of tl Elingamite, which event sent a thri of pity and sorrow throughout tl community. Two of the passenge; were known to him. Picture tl voyage : There were thirty-six ho...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 21, 1902. SPLENDID PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

©fre Patteskrg petali WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 21,1902. SPLENDID PROSPECTS. "Looking magnificent!" That is the way the Hawkesbury district is described just now, thanks to thec beneficent rains we keep getting. The stock are " in clover " ; the cultivation is splendid. The corn, the lucerne, the pumpkins-all the crops, in short, are looking Al. The fruit yield will be very good indeed, and, in addition, the prices will be phenomenally goód. The early fruit is now going to market, and the busy time for the boats aud the carters has commenced. In the towns trade is looking up a bit. The farmers and orchardists have begun to reap their returns, and the lucre is likewise getting into circu lation. Given a few genial showers, and it will be the best season in the Hawkesbury for many years. That is cause for jubilation. We regret the same cannot be said of the State generally, which is in a bad way. But it is an ill wind that blows no good, and this district, in addition to d good harvest, w...

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Colo River Coal Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Colo River Coal Leases. In the Assembly laßt week, in reply to Mr. J. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Kidd said that at the head of the Colo River, above the junction of the Capertee and Woipan Eivers, the Glen Alice Goal and Shale Company held 1920 aereB . of reserved land in the parishes of Olen Alice and Capertee. The annual rental was £192. The minimum number of men to be continuously employed was eight. Mr. R. W. Robertson and others held an area of 640i acres in the parish of Gindan therie. The annual rental was £64, And the minimum number of men to be continuously employed was four. Besides these, six portions of land had been applied for, comprising 640 acres «ach, in all 3840 acres, by several applicants; but thebe applications | were conflicting, and the question of priority had not yet been decided. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

PEOPLE I shouts guard against every-day practices. When asking for Wolfe's Schnapps don't take substitutes. There is one duly and only one, genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. . Don't be put off by the "just as good " story. Unless the real brand is obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at all.

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A Pleasant Evening at Sackville. LECTURE, PRESENTATION, AND CONVIVIALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

A Pleasant Evening at .Sackville.' . . LECTURE, PRESENTATION, AND CONVIVIALITY. ; The Sackville School of Arts was the scene of a very pleasant social - * evening on Tuesday. For Borne time previously it had been arranged that Rev. James Colwell should give a lecture ; and advantage was taken of the occasion to combine with the lecture the happy little ceremony of a presentation and. expression of goodwill to Miss Riding (niece of Rev. H. Woodhouse), who, after spending a couple of years at Sack- t ville, is about to return to her home (Brisbane). The night was warm for spending indoors, nevertheless the àttendance was good - somewhere about 70, principally residents of the locality» The hall, which is a credit to that rural part, was nicely decorated with ferns and other pretty foliage typical of the-Hawkesbury. This, we understand, was the work ,of Mrs. Colwell and the three Miss .Wollastons. The chair was occupied by Mr. C. Kaiser. Rev. Colwell was to have lectured on "A Trip to ...

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DRUNK! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

DRUNK ! Patrick Gleeson, an old age pen sioner, wes charged with being drunk. Accused said the sun had Btruck him 3 It being his first offence, he was fined 5t>., or 24 hours7 imprisonment. Gleeson was cautioned that if he came up again, he would lose his Se isi'tn ; and omments were made on ota)keepers serving tie pensioners.

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

THE TUEF. The blood mare Carvel, belonging to Mr. W. H. Dean, of Trevallyn, Windßor, dropped a colt foal to Musketoon last week. At the N. S. Wales Trotting Club's initial meeting at Forest Lodge on Wednesday, Mr. E. Skuthorp's Yellow Jack, 1 second behind, came second in the club handicap ; Dr. Slate's Juliette, 6 secs, behind, came third in the opening handicap. Mr. Harry Dunston's Amiable started, but did not get a place..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

A. GRIMWOOD'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, 51,4, and 6£d Lilac Pattern's from 3/11 per dozen A NICE ASSORTMENT of Organdie Muslins, Delaines at 6¿d, 7^d, 9d, 1/, ^nd 1/3 per yard GRIMWOOD'S Selection of Laces. IS THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT. &amp;lt; Beautiful Patterns in Guipure, Garland, Placuen, and Eidelweis Laces for Trimmings Valenciennes Laces, from 10£d 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. HOSIERY. Children's Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, all sizes, at 4d per pair New Voiles, Black Taffetta, double width, at 1/11 yard" Black Canvas Voiles, at 2/11 yard Black Figured Lustres, from 10£d Black Figured Voiles, at 2/6 Fancy Check Voiles, all colors, at l/4£ per yard AT G RI M WOOD'S. Some Special Lines in Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

ít^^^Í» ^^-4_ Stationer, Bookseller, and News Agent, Smokers' Requisites, , - " x AH Orders Promptlyt^^^;fe-:' í?4s ft* «4 H Leading Baily and WéeUy Newspapers. ... ? / . . .. ....... _ ,,¡ . , v .. -?? f.. ,v¿ .... "ri \ r . . >? ...... :orse and Cattle Medicines.* '??- ? ';??» Ping-Pong Sets and Balls. nderson's Garden Seeds. Crinkled Paper, all shades. HOUSE STATIONERY. Hawkesbury Herald NTING AT SYDNEY PRICES. PINKSTONE &amp; ;^ij^N;.--.fe5>pM^:

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A Lecture on Mission Work. BY THE REV. H. S. PATON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

A Lecture on Mission Work. BY THE BEY. H. S. PATON. On Tuesday evening last the Bev. Frank H. L. Paton, son of Dr. Paton, of mission fame, delivered a very interesting lecture on missions and mission work in connection with the Presbyterian Church of Australia, in the Windsor Presbyterian Church. Although the attendance was not as large as it might have been, the lecture was highly appreciated, and those present were greatly interested in the exciting experiences related by Mr. Paton, and the great difficulties that have to be faced by the mission aries in extending this great and noble work. Proceedings were commenced by the singing of the 100th psalm, after which the Bev. A. Dandie offered prayer. The Kev. A. Dandie said it was his pleasing duty to introduce Mr. Paton to them. It was not an every day privilege to come in contact with a man who had labored, for years in the mission field, and ? to hear how the work was carried out there, and he was sure they all appreciated the lec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

THE Cijcle Home, George street, ^WINDSOR E. HAYES; jiggi for Bennett ^ Wooli, Sydney, OUR LEADING LINES. ROYAL SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Hoad suer, Road Racer, or Path Racer. Price £23 IOs. cash ; £2o 10s. terms. Bates £7'deposit, £1 10s. per month. MODEL " D " SPEEDWELL BICYCLE Roadster or Road Racer. Price-£18 10s, cash ; £20 terms. Rates-£6 deposit, £1 5s. per month. MODEL " E " SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Roadster or Road Racer. Prfce-£13 IOs. cash; £15 terms. Rates-£5 deposit, £1 2s Gd per mooth. " Free Wheels " and " Back Rim Brakes " fitted to all our Bicvcles at an Extra Cost of £2 10s. All SPEEDWELL Bicycles carry our usual GUARANTEE against defects in Material or Workmanship for 12 months. GOOD SECOND HAND MACHINES from £6 IOs., £S IOs., £10 10s., £11, £11 10s. Easy Terms-£2 deposit, £1 per month. All Sundries Kept at Sydney Pricesr Dunlop Tyres from 15s. to 25s. Oceanic Tyres from 14s. Cd. to 21s. Vulcanised Tyres from lis. 6d. to £1 7s. Gd. Inner Tubes from 6s. Cd ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS P...

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WOMAN'S FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

WOMAN'S FRANCHISE. Ia the evening the grand old church was again filled, when Rev. Fielding gave a discourse upon the above \ subject, taking two texts-"And David said unto Abigail, Blessed be j the Lord God of Izrael, which sent thee this day to meet me. And blessed be thy advice," and " Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God : the powers that be are ordained of God." The story of David and Abigail was the story of a woman who had suddenly a great duty and responsi bility placed upon her ; and she does that duty and carries out her responsi bility with a dignity and courage which conveys a striking lesson to the women of New South "yValfs> who recently had a great duty and respon sibility placed upon them-namely, the extension of the franchise. The Bible told them that Nabal was a fool, but that his wife was a woman of wisdom and understanding. The influence of good women would pre vail in the end. It was generally the duty of a clergy...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

TENNIS. The members of the Windsor Superior Public School Teachers' club and the senior boys' club played a match on the school court on Saturday afternoon last, when the boys won rather easily. Following are the scores : I PI EST BOUND. ! B. Bowd and B. Boss v. F. Eather and Miss Holland, 6-3 H. Bowd and H. Tuckerman v. F, W. Collison and Miss Marden, 6-4 J. Davis and A. Hughes v. F. Collison and Miss A. Boyd, 6-3 S C. Gersback and A, Simpson v. F. Eather and Miss Barnett, 6-1 SECOND BOUND. A. Hoghes and J. Davis v. Miss Holland and Miss Marden, z-b B. Boss and B. Bowd v. F. Collison and F. Eather, 6-1 Miss. Holland and Miss Marden v. C. Gersback and A. Simpson, 4-6 F. Collison, and Miss A. Boyd v. A. Hughes and H. Tuckerman, 3 6 M. Melville and Miss Holland v. H. Bowd, and J. Davis, 6-2 M. Melville and Miss Mamen v. B. Boss and B. Bowd, 4-6 Windsor school boys 56 games, Teachers* dab 31 games. The boys thus won by 25 games. Following are the soores of a match played on Saturday af...

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Windsor Police Court. Friday, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

, mailt Wi Bull, j/%88, ^Soiland,! 1 George Hayinaa F&amp;S 'lip agàin fdr / ¿ot having complied with the order of the court foi the Support of his wife. There was £2/19/2 against him. . ? " Defendant reckoned it should only be £2. He could-pay £ 1 down. ¿The police accepted the £1, and fixed a date for the balance. Defendant caused some merriment hy insisting that the police should give him a receipt for every penny he paid them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

C. Montgomery &amp; Sons, TR A D ' FRUITGROWERS' AGENTS, SELL DAILY. FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNE^, AND PERKINS-STREET, NEWCASTLE. All Kinds of Fruit Gasee sent to M A « K Growers by Bail or Boat. FAIB PKICES AND QUICK RETURNS. To Acfoertisers. Having secured tbe right of all 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 J)eg to solicit the favor of Advertisements for insertion in same, at the following rates : * s. d. Full page in F ched ule ..... 10 0 Half page in Schedule . 6 0 Full pagu in both Schedule and Caialogue. 15 O Half page in both Schedule and Catalogue... 9 0 The belledale will be continually haudied and referred to for some months before the Hiow, and will therefore afford an excellent medium for advertising. Intending Advertisers aie urged to send in their " copy " at once. PINKSTONE AND COLLISON, " Hawkesbury Herald" Office.

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

LOWER PORTLAND. Mr. John Herps had the misfor tune to lose a fine foal one night last week Mr?. Stanley Turnbull (Newcastle) is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. James. Constable Hughes has been throughout the district collecting the names of ladies willing to be enrolled ^ as voters. ' Although the ladies are a trifle shy now at being enrolled, there is no doubt but that when the time comes almost every one of them will record her vote. Miss Lily Christie has gone away to the quarantine station for several weeks. Miss Christie's brother is engineer on the quarantine launch, and she is going to housekeep for him. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Faull are on their honeymoon tour, and are spend' ing a few days with their relatives here. Mr. George Mitchell has sent away over 300 bushels of peas off his bed, and there are many more on the bed yet. Our cricketers got taken back a I bit last ¡Saturday by the Wiseman's Ferry CC. beating them by 8 rans on the first innings. Bad fielding cau...

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