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

FORRESTER. The appearance of all cultivation and live stock in this vicinity is very encouraging. Mr. Hobbs, of the local post office, has some nice floral exhibits, and can show some fine specimens of the tree lucerne. Mr. Donald Robertson's water lift is in position. The cost of a man power of the same kind would be £35 complete, the capacity of which woulc be 100 gallons per minute.

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

RICHMOND. Mr.' J. 0, Horn is opening up hi usual excellent assortment of Cu riet mas cards. Miss Hilda Biddle killed a large black snake when returning fro a Clarendon on Tuesday. At St. Peter's Church of Englanc on Sunday evening, the Kev. J. Howell Price preached on the woman's fran« chise. Whilst fishing this week, Mr. T, Brown got a hook buried in the fleshy part of his band It was extricated after some difficulty. , Messrs. Roi. Ezzy, Victor Shields, and A. Drayton went to the Grose on Sunday, and put in a good time. They killed a death adder over two feet in length. The reptile was brought home by Mr. Ezzy, and pre served in spirits. Don't forget your local watchmaker and jeweller, Mr. J. C. Horn, who ' has given you satisfaction for the last IO years. Bring along your watches, clocks, and jewellery, aod 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 * On Monday evening o...

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

Have U A Y.Z? FROM W. G. J. PENDERGAST <LATE DICK BROTHERS , ¡ GEORGE-STREET, Ä_WINDSOR. TRY HIS FAMOUS KINRARA TEA. WISKS OF THE CHOICEST F BANDS. Everything at Lowest Priées. ROCHDALE ^COLLECË SYDNEY eíciFORscra Principal. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE ls charmingly situated In Its own park like ¿rounds of 13 acres, on the Heights of Rockdale, Sydney» overlooking Lady Robinson's Beach, Sans Souci, Botany. Bay, the Heads and the Ocean. All Subjects are taught by Experienced Masters. The boys attend the Church of England, but may attend any other' Church their parents desire. The course of instruction includes all subjects of the Civil Service Board Exams, and Commercial Subjects, Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, Seo. . FEES, from £9 9s. per QUARTER, which includes all subjects of Educ Mon, good Board, Laundry, and Mending. NO EXTRAS. Bo}8 need Business Education; and sending them to College strengthens their cha acter and makes them fee...

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

COLLEGE NOTES. Mr. A. W. Darvall (son of th© late Surveyor- General of the State) and Mrs. Darvall, visited the College on. Tuesday last. They were accompanied bj Mr. A. P. Cameron, of Ipswich, Queensland, who is one of the leading breeders of Ayrshire cattle in the neighbouring State. . Two prominent farmers from the north-west coast of Tasmania ware on a- visit on Monday, also Mr. Fuller and bis son, who is the representative for Illawarra in the Federal Parlia ment. On Saturday Mr. Morrison, with a party from Messrs. Wright, Heaton and Co.'s office, Sydney, had à look 'over the institution. Mr. Quirk, manager of the Govern ment stud farm at Berry, was also here on Tuesday, and went over the different sections. The caterpillars found in the pota toes and forwarded to the College by Mr. A. C. Hannabue, have been for warded on to Mr. Froggart, the Government' Entomologist, for report, which we hope to have for next issue. It has been decided that the ex aminations be commenced on Mo...

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

WILBERFORCE. Mr. W, Wilbow has been, suffering from a poisoned hand lately. It has : proved more serious than was at first thought, and Mr. Wilbow has had to seek medical attention. Mr. Chartes Greentree has been troubled lately with asevere attack of rheumatics, and has been unable to get about. Some of the most forward maize crops in the district are to be seen in this locality. Mrs. G. Cobcroft, sen., is still in a very low state of health.

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LEET'S VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

LEETS VALE. The early/ fruit from this\ district is beginning to find its way into the Sydney market. Mr. M. J. Ohaseling Sut 51 gin-cases on board the s.e. farara on Thursday last week. This week she had about ¿00 cases on board when she passed through Leet's Yale. The Brigg's Bed May peach crop is very light, but in most places the other fruit will be good. The s.s. Hawkesbury passed along soon after the s.s. Narara. She also had a fair share of fruit on board. The river trade, however, won't be in full swing till the melons and pumpkins come in, j and then, according to accounts given, the two companies will have to put on extra bouts. These boats are a great convenience for the Hawkesbury Riv«r people, but they are not complete. What we need is a good passenger boat. They tell us it won't pay. My opinion is, if a suitable boat was put ou, the traffic would be ab<>ut . double what it has been, and we hope j the time is not far distant when we , will have a good pass...

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The Next Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

The Next Laying Com petition. The Minister for Agriculture .has decided to have as additional 28 pens erected at the Hawkesbury Agricul tural College for the coming laying competition. This will ensure a com petition of 70 pens, whioh will quite eclipse anything of the kind yet at», tempted in any part of the world. The Minister's decisión was, the out come of representations by Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.L.A. for . the Hawkesbury (who has taken keen in terest in the competition), and the advice of the chief officers of the De partment of Agriculture. foe following additional entries were received last week :--0. A. W. Well, Ashfield, white Leghorns ; J. D. Parmenter, Berrima, silver. Wyan dottes; Mrs. N. Kirby, Eyde, buff Wyandottes; Agnus Beattie, Black wall, buff Orpingtons; Thomas Bourne, Moss Vale, silver Wyandottes ; Arthur Wedlick, Balaclava (Vic), black Orpingtons ; C. Bridekirk, Enfield, wh'te Leghorns. This makes a total of 66, and with three pens reserved for America only one m...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY NOV. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY Nov. 15. _ & Before Messrs. D.Holland, T, Lobb, and W. H. Hull, J.P.

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ILLEGALLY USING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

ILLEGALLY USING A HORSE. j Jimmy Mola Box v. Bama Khan. Mr. Walker for the prosecutor ; Mr. Paine for the defendant. Jimmy Mola Box deposed : I re member Friday, November 7. Saw defendant in George-street. He was riding my horse. , He went down to Cornweíi's hotel. Gave defendant no 'authority to take the horse. He put the horse in the paddock. I went down to the paddock. By Mr. Paine : Sometimes I leave my horse in Mr. Gospèr's paddock. The horse was tied up in the paddock that day. I had never asked any one to ride the horse for me. I put the horse in the stable at the Boyal hotel that day. I gave no one permission to take the horse out. Am good friends with defendant. Frederick Fewings deposed : I am a 'bus-driver, and reside at Windsor. Saw defendant trotting down the road on a creamy horse «rn the day in question. Prosecutor was coming down after him. This evidence was corroborated by Frederick Haggar. Henry Curtis deposed : I saw the defendant come out of Cornwell's hotel and ...

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

Advertisements. The rates for casual advertisements per issue are :-Up to 18 words, ls.; 30 words, words, ls. Gd. ; 1 inch, 2s. ; each addi tional inch, ls. bd. WANTED to Lease, a Farm in the Hats. Rent from £50. References ex ( changed. Apply ALFRED BANGER. FOR SALE. One Double-seated Buggy. Cheap. T. LOBB, Windsor. FOR SALA. Two Beeston-HumberLadies' Bikes Almost new. Cheap. Apply «* cyclist." c/o " Herald " Office, Windsor. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. AGOOD FARM, comprising 128 acres: about 40 a -res good flat«, under crop with lucerne, corn, pumpkins, icc. ; 30 acres suitable for wheat or oats ; remainder pas ture. Comfortable houee itiereon. Apply ALFRED BANGER, Auctioneer. ACHES of Freehold Property, situ \JjU r ate at Bullridge (IO miks from Windsor); Improvements consist pf sub stantiel brick bouse, 6 rooms, out-houses, stabling, &c. Well supplied with, water from underground tank. Cow yard and fowl yards. 25 acres under trees and vines, and in good state of tilth. Also ab...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

IJOCAL & GENEML HEMS. -' . . ? The weather was very trying at the begin »ing of this week. On Tuesday the thei mometer registered 105 in the. shade ; 01 Wednesday, 107. There was a thundei storm on Wednesday afternoon, bat ver; little rain fell. At Riverstone there were 7 points in half an hour. Yesterday evenini was delightfully cool, "with rain hangini abont. The members and officers of the Wate »nd Sewerage Board visited Windsor yester day. They were met at the station by tb .*' Mayor. After having a look at Bout! Creek and inspecting the waterworks the; were driven on to Bichmond. ' The Mayor issues a final notice to rate payers that all rates not paid by Frida; next will be fitted for. Bead advt. IL A. Pye has opened a splendid assort ment of tissue paper, all colours, 6d pe: Mosen.* Mr. J. J. Paine received a telegram yester day from Major Bennett, D.S.O., wh< arrived at Melbourne en route home fron the war. He expects to reach Sydney to morrow. Major Bennet...

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

*3C EE ""^ ? Leading GROCER . . is . . WILL MOSES, Junr. George-street, Windsor -? HE Still has the Reputation of Keeping the Best Stock in Town -OF ^GROCERY. Ail Goods of Best Quality only. Fam ilies waited on daily for orders. BACON, CHEESE, & OONTECTIOffEfiY the Best in Town. PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, "-Billies,"' etc. All kinds of ^rockery. Toyp, and Fancy Ware. MSs. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. HIGH-GRADE FA HM MACHINERY. Massey-Hams ("Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth. Grain and Fèrtilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Boufflers-various sizes and styles Plows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star"« Binder Twine LTraction Engines and Threshers CO., limited, 35 Broadway, Sydney, C. S....

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Truth Stranger Than Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Truth Stranger Than Fiction. ?y A correspondent of the "Evening News " writes ;-r-*'To . show that circumstantial evidehee cannot always be reUed on to gain a conviction in criminal cases, one cannot do better than site the case of an unfortunate young fellow, named P--, whose hands of the public executioner, in the city, of Sydney, and under very un happy conditions. He was an assigned servant of a farmer who tilled his broad acres on the Peninsula, Wind sor (N. S. W.). Une evening P strolled into town, without leave, and next morning his master, who was somewhat of a tyrant, seat him to the authorities deputed to mete out punishment to the refractory servants, with orders to get a flogging. After receiving his punishment, P- re marked, with much bitterness, ' Believe me, there will be a big flare up over this !' meaning anything or nothing-which, it would be hard to say. That night one of his master's haystacks was consumed by fire, and in consequence of P-'s remarks after receivi...

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They Say: [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

They Say : That the rains keen coming just when they are wanted. That the fíawitesbury is on tha list of the fortune-favoured parts of the State. That land owners who have spare grass can make money now. That stock owners in other parte - want accommodation in this re spect. That to-morrow's unveiling cere mony in connection with the monument to our fallen soldiers (erected on McQuade Park) will be an imposing affair. That a ton of money left this district for tickets in the consultations on * the Melbourne Cup, and not above a million came back again. That local cricketers are showing good form this season. That tennis votaries display a de votion to the exhilarating game at once remarkable and refreshing. That enthusiasm continues to be a ' ruling feature in the operations of the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club. That since the break-up of the drought, weddings are all the rage. That our genial member, Mr. Brinsley Hall, is ubiquitous in his efforts to benefit the constitu ency he repr...

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

? ' - " ' - Oyele Depot i - \ ; , . ^tf> flayèg, Windsor. ;f^P^Ki¿|l^. - - (Jhémists . ^ " " 17?-. v ? * '\ '. , J. W. Allison, Bichad . E. A. Pye " t i i: S/ Swift, 94 DatHnglïtirst-roàd ' J ' , . H. E. Dyer, Bichmonch * " ~\ , -A.ÍJrimwood,Windsor V:'-:*v v ,-¡V fèmàltâéiùfà Cóí»*Windsor * -... - Vw' v;r=.> '? v I"niit*^ '?' y Vv ' TheDunston-Pope Froit'Go, 33 Bathurst v.íV /V ;' ; . /street,. Sydney ; : Vj^V ftj^jqitur«; Warehouse ?. . P ? " C. J. Forssbeig; 78 William-st., Sydney V : Hotels . . ? >:*?.. ,"<?'?'vJ. H. Bloome, Royal Hotel, Windsor - J Äobert .Çlisdell, Black Horse .Hotel, ?ii '?:.*''"' ? >' - Richmond ?*?>»--;. 'J. Eagteáj Jifc?toy Ho.tel, Windsor ^ 5 ?^ V ; , /. P." J. Kelly» Hawkesbury Hotel) Wise« \£it '?"vi'''man's Ferry * '-'V ; *r o. F. - Biemenschneider, Boyal Hotel, v Richmond ' V," ? *V*(. ^.Irrigatiqn .P;A'^ ':VV,'^ Gibson, Battle k Co., 85 Pitt-st., Sydney ÄC^ V. S, Zolinér^àO. to 36 Druitt-'etreet, Sydney :.. . , . - Gibson, B...

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

RICHMOND. C. x* sr3B Y PRICE TEAS.-Best value procurable at ls, ls 3d, ls 6tL, Is 9d. Try our favorite Golden Tips at ls 6d. COFFEE, Exceptional quality at ls 3d, ls 6ii, ls 9d, 2s. WINES & SPIRITS, ^ IRONMONGERY, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery, dc, at BEDROCK PÄICHS. of All Descriptions BOUGHT AND SOLD. Gi- We stock BRUNTON'S FLOUR Don't Forget. DRAPERY. LADIES.-By adding to our Stock every week we are enabled to show the Very Latest Goods of All Description*. Try us for Prints, Muslius, Dr*>3s Pieces, &c. Ladies' Fancy Straw Bate, Girl«,' Leghorn^, Oapalenes, Sailors, DroopvBU* Convent Hate, &c. Up-to-date Stock of Gibbons, Laces, Brilliants, Pearl ÎSeckiet?, Fancy Flowers, &c. MEN'S DEPARTMENT.-All our Summer Goods are DOW opened up, un«! WA are offering SpHMS I Vahes in A^sani Suit*, Cr¿«h Trousers, Wliite Ducks, Khaki, and Light Kummer Tweeds, tsiiirt^, Singlets, Collara, Tie?, Hats, .&c 63= Remember- A ll Goods at Sydney Price...

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

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT SYDNEY PRICES ! ! J. "W- ALLISON, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond. Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearanee guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stumps if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. AU Dental Work being DONE tJPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FREE. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT »ill be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Your Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G. W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush," Sydney, CAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOB-STftEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. AU Latest Improvements ia Artificial Teeth. Painless Fillings...

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THOSE CANARIES! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

. -' :' ? THOSE CANARDS 4 .,yL:,j",. V. : -William John '?? -Cartis' and Williwin John./Johnson, i on batí, íremandeal from Mötidäyv. were>harged with at tempting to ^^^.Ct^-^iigjtó';''^!. canaries, the, property of , Mary McGuire, of ffiÜarn%/i " / Plea, not guilty. .'. ? Constable Easterbrook deposeí that early ph Sunday morning, from some thing Sergeant Boyd, told^ hhn, :.:'he' proceeded to thé residence of Mrs. McGuire, on the Pitt Town road ; and ' in front of a box there he picked up some tracks, which he followed to the Pitt Town road, and there he found * other tracks, which he followed along the road and into a paddock. Going across the paddock, and whilst still on the tracks, he came across one of the jppung.canaries. He. followed the tracks right down to some sliprails. They were the tracks of two men. He followed the tracks along a lane. He saw Mrs. Curtis, and asked her was her son home, and she replied, " Yes, 3be is in bed." Curtis got up and «amé out and saw him. ...

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

^ntima^eiy bo^ - include. «uch. As, Mr; G^èorgé ¿Kerr recency. -- ^.J'" - spoke ^out^when^ijia^ porter. ( > - * l I > «-\Ve ftT^Ujïjroôg'ht, ' f^:^-^^;MM^^tß :when i&îknéss^ ^ . whbu seen at 101 FpsXefc-strb';*, Leichhardt, * .. wjicrejiiö has'hceaf4lnng for the^>ts^íx^yÍ'<?*' ?i^'^Sß^''hU'.^^!ß^k. we are rich <»r " j; ; tlic Iniseiy IB expoHo>ii.*d just the same, , I, - ,^4 know tíñ^/ihr^ybM^ .i)eeñ:mbr& .)^^'efftí^jSHi0' IM-»*^»^^^ ' frtng, liad* \^i^ ^Wîpgi ] ^Ji':^^'^fi^^0% . fcettn^jnan^^ hóür'after gefymgïlp I wanted to gb hack iqv ^ * .-bcd ' agauT; although ^^^9\^\^¡fi^^0í% -.vs I could npfc sleep' when î gty there,. ./"^ Restless nights conlingyo^ fairly . wore me out,.- my limbs aching i»> - for shu...,.." . .don: ... -"Xi ii.í.nótí-:¿i#4.ís^i(ii>n\to.sit alxnit 1 ..., wily all day long, *nd to'W^^^â^^'^-]^"-. chook" ihrpy'gh,' ïolss of "vitali^ WW3 *a matter ovér-which ;I Worried; c^^a>i»"ft^.ímti:^^.¿^ .ivas «0 u...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [We shall be pleased to receive every week from secretaries of clubs any items of interest for publication in this column.—Editor.] CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. í [We shall be pleased to receive every week iro m secretaries^of clubs any items of interest ÍoTpñbUcation~inrthis column .-Editor,] CRICKET. FIXTURES FOE WINDSOR CO., 1902-03. Nov. 22, v. Campbelltown, at Campbelltown Pee. 13, v. Blacktown, at Windsor Dec. 20, v. Bouse Hill, at Bowe Hill Bec. 26, v. St. John's, at Windsor Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and IO, v. Wilberforce, at Wilbert'ce Jan. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. 81, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.Â. College, at College . Feb. 14; v. Richmond, at Windsor Feb. 21, v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Feb. 28 & Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Mar. 14, v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta WINDSOR V. PITT TOW». The above dubs met on the latter's wicket on Saturday, the home team being victorious by 2 runs. The scores were Pitt Town 180, Windsor 178. For the winners Horton made 102, GK Brown 27, and J. Brown l l, and for the losers Cobcroft contributed 35, Podmore ...

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