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

THE TROTTING STALLION DUXEDO .... Will Stand This Season at ßichmond. * DUXEDO is by Tuxedo (imp.), dam by Honesty (imp.), grand-dam by Childe Harold (imp.), ^reat-grand-dam by Cossack. He is a beautiful black, and for ebape, style, and speed will be Very difficult to best. TERMS, Paddock ~. .. £5 Sea mare. Brougnt to Horse.» £3 3s a mare. Inspection Invited. Farther Particulars I on application to TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON through Lower Hawkesbury and St. Albans District, THE PURE-BRED DRAUGHT HORSE, YOUNG CHAMPION li. YOUNG CHAMPION II. is 5-years-cId, and is by Young Champion ; dam from a Shieldbearer mare (imp.) : gd from a Scotchman mar« (imp) ; ggd from a Con queror mare (imp.) ; eggd from an Old Tom mare CirnP-) > gg£gd from a Drayman mare D. C. W\ HQWELL-PRiCE, Richmond. (imp.) Terms on application to P. BUSHELL, Wilberforce. TO TRAVEL THIS . SEASON Through the Hawkesbury District, THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLION OP TASMANIA, Royalist IL ROYALIST IL is a pure-bred Clydesd...

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Windsor Borough Council. RESIGNATION OF THE COUNCIL CLERK. HIGHER SALARY TO BE OFFERED FOR THE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Windsor Borough'Council. RESIGNATION OF THE COÜN ! OIL CLERK. HIGHER 8ALABY TO* BE OFFERED FOR THE POSITION. The usual fortnightly meeting wai held on Wednesday night. Presen -the Mayor (Aid. Paine), and Aid Mortley, Hannabus, Taylor, Dean, Primrose, and J. T. Gosper The Mayor stated that, in con sequence of a remark made by th< Judge at the last sitting of the Dis trict Court, he had written to the At torney-General (through Mr. Hall, M.P.), applying from the reinstate ment of the Quarter Sessions at Wind sor. In connection with the above, a formal reply was read, stating that there would be a further communica ? tion upon the subject. . The Mayor also stated that he had received a letter from the Water and Sewerage Board, stating that they were to be in Windsor on Thursday (yesterday). The Mayor also said Mr. Hall, «T.P., had wished him to say that he would be pleased with the company of any of the aldermen at the station on Satur day to meet the Premier, on his arrival...

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Life's Lullaby. (Written for the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

(Writtéa for the " Eerala.") "Come! Close eyes, else mother must leave you!" " Hush thee, my baby ; Thy sire is a knight ; Tby mother's a lady, Both beautiful and bright." Softly she sang. A few minutes later she crept down the creaky stairs, and out into the foggy night. 'Twas midnight when the sleepy landlady let her in again. " He's been so feverish, miss. I've had a real try in' time-never a wink since you left ! " She passed on, unheeding, to the side of a narrow cot, and met the stare of two bright blue eyes, flashing feverishly and piteously into hers. She pressed her icy lips to the tiny ones, then buried her head on the flowery counterpane. "Oh, baby! I hated you. I cursed you before I saw you. But now now-I want* you to stay. I never wanted you before ; but I do love you now," she sobbed. All the rest of the early morning and the daytime she watched beside the thread-bare morsel of humanity. Then, as night fell, and his eyes closed in sound sleep, she stole softly out agai...

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CURRENT TOPICS. NOTES BY "LA. BOHEME." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

CURRENT TOPICS. . - ?»- -w - "NOTES BY "LA. BOHEME." . /" The bell is tolling 1 For what ? j Why, for ping-pong-that notorious disturbing element, which has upset the digestion of almost every indi vidual in the civilized world ! For months past the verdict-"hopeless" --has been sounded ; and since then, slowly but surely, the temperature has decreased, and the life slowly ebbed away, until very soon nothing will remain but the ashes. There is an old saying, " Something always .walks back from the grave with the mourners, and refuses to be buried, and that is 4 character ;' " and so ping-pong's character is at stake. Those who were ffrm advocates ol the game, and talked incessantly ol little else, are like most summer friends, who, when the downfall comes, refuse to acknowledge any association with the fallen. Those who at one time swore to cherish ping-pong for ever and aye, now are ready to whip themselves fejr wasting so much valuable time and energy. Back-blockers, who see a new...

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

IRRIGATION ! IRRIGATION ! ! THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers Squatter, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must have SUFFIüJENT WATER for Grans, Crops, etc. Failing the Natural Means-that is. HAIN-the Ingenuity of Man is taxed to Supply this Want. Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to send a Representative to advise as to the Beet Mean« «f IRRIGATING YOUR LAND, and will UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT io WORKING ORDER. No Charge is made for Estimaies should Business result ; otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses ooly will be charged. These Patent Wrought Galvanised Pipes are superior to all others for Pump Columns, Mining Water Supplies, Ventilating,' ¿Sluicing, Irrigation, and Wool Washing and Scouring purposes. LIGHT, STRONG, AND CHEAP. Visit My Works when in Sydney. Call or Write. All Correspondence Promptly Attended to. FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S ZOLLNER. 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY. GIBSO...

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INSULTING WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

INSULTING WORDS. Mola Box v. Jimmy Mola Box, for insulting words Mr. J, J. Paine appeared for the complainant, and Mr. K. B. Walker for the defendant. Mola Box deposed,: I am a hawker, and reside at Liverpool. The in formation is¡mine, and is true. I re member being in Windsor on Friday week last.. I was on the footpath near the hotel opposite the park about 11.30 a.m. I met the defendant, and said to him, " Good-day, Jimmy !" He replied, " Go on, yon I enid, "Thank you!" He then said, **Go to -, you ? ? black fellow, PU break your nose in a ' minute." That was the insulting language complained of. Defendant took off his coat and wanted to fight me. To Mr. Walker : I saw Bama Khan with a horse that day. Mr. Paine objected to anything re garding Bama Khan. The Bench ruled the evidence as unadmissible. / Witness (continuing) : I sued Jimmy at one time at Liverpool. Jimmy married my sister. It is not a fact J am trying to kill Jimmy. I am not good friends with my sister. I did not see ...

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

OLEAN SMALL GOODS! FRESH SMALL GOODS ! PRIME SMALL GOODS COLONEL MAYNE NOTIFIES that he bas thc Very Beet 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 band. BEST PASTEURISED BUTTER, ALWAYS FRESH. GROCERIES AT SYDNEY PRICKS. FRESH SUPPLIES EVERY DAY. THOROUGH CLEANLINESS OBSERVED. Motto : Small Profits and Quick Returns." NOTE THE ADDRESS OPPOSITER. A. PYES. Don't Forget to Give Hun a Gall. FURNITURE. FURNITURE of every description and quality may be had for CASH or TERMS made to Buit Purchasers. One of the LARGEST and best assorted Stocks in the Colony io select from, and REGULAR SHIPMENTS of up-to-date Furniture continu ally arriving, at Prices io suit everybody, Following arc a few lines kept \n great variety : BEDSTEADS from the cheapest to the best brass and pearl mounted BEDDING, Kibre, Wool, floc...

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Gosper-Dickson Memorial. THE TINVEILING TO-MORROW. BY SIR JOHN SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

Gosper-Dickson Memorial. THE UNVEILING TO-MORROW; BY SIR JOHN SEE. The unveiling of the monument in, 'McQuade Park, in memory of our   soldiers whose bones now lie in South Africa, takes place to-morrow after noon. Sir John See, who kindly responded to the invitation of the subscribers (per Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P.) to come and officiate, will reach Windsor, not by the morning train as was expected, but in the afternoon (3.15). A meeting of the sub-committee in charge of the arrangements was held at the Royal hotel on Monday night, Captain Paine (Mayor) presiding. Captain Hall, M.P., explained the reason for the alteration. Sir John accompanies his Excellency the Go- vernor to a function at Newcastle to-night, and it would not be con- venient to reach here by the morning train. Under the circumstances, of course, it was decided to do away with the dinner which it had been intended to tender the distinguished visitor. Mr J. Cook, our Federal Member, will accompany the Pre...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 21 November 1902

MARSDEN PARK. Miss {Butler bas secured' a lease of the property lately vacated by Mrs. Hayley. Our energetic carpenter, Mr. Miine, is making many improvements to bis residence. Two large rooms have already been added, which , greatly improved the property. A. severe accident befel Mr. Walter Lock, of the Plumpton Settlement, on King's Birthday at the sports meeting at Booty Hill. Mr. Lock was com peting iu a bicycle race, and, through a mishap, his collar bone was dis located and his arm fractured. If a night mail left Riverstone, which the Progress Association are requesting the Postal Department to grant, it would prove of great con venience to local residents. Letters would be ready for the first cit j de livery, and catch morning country, mails When the news of the recent ship ping disaster was heard many resi dents feare l that Mr, George Jarrett, of Craven Park, was on board the ill fated vessel, but, luckily, he sailed by the preceding boat. Mr Jeffreys has the contract of la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Advertisements. The rates for casual advertisements per issue ale Up to 18 words, ls. ; 30 words, words, ls. 6d. ; 1 inch, 2s. ; each addi tional inch, Ie. Gd. EOE SSALE. Two Beeston-Hnmber Ladies' Hikes. Almost new. Cheap. Apply cyclist," r/o " Herald " Office, Windsor. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. AGOOD FA BM, comprising 198 acres ; about 40 acres good flat«, under crop wita lucerne, corn, pumpkins, &c. ; ¿0 actes suitable for wheat or o«ts ; remainder pás tate. Comfortable house thereon. Apply ALFBKD BANGER, Auctioneer. ST. MARYS, 29 miles by rail (1 hour's journey) from Sydney.. . EAUiWAY CATTLE SALEYARDS (next to Railway Station). 500 Store, Dairy, and Young Cattle. TO-M:C55R/ROW, NOVEMBER 29, at 1 o'clock sharp. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON will Sell by Auction as above. On account of Mr. Thos. Scott, Elderslie, Camden. 60 Choice Dairy Heifers, comprising 40 from 1$ to 1\ years old, and 20 from 12 months to 18 months old. 40 Very Superior Steers, 1 to 1} years old. .*. The ab...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Church Services. SUN DA VT, NOVEMBER 30. CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windier, ll and 7.30, Bev. S,G. Fielding. - ? . j "^Vineyards, 3, Rev. S. Cr. Fielding. St. Jeter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell?Pricc, Eural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks. 8:30. p.m. . North Richmond, 7.30; St. Stephen's, 3.30 ; Heights, ll, Rev. M. Gray. '. Upper Mangrove, 10.30 ; Lower Mangrove. 2.30, Rev. tí. W. Rogers. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock ; 2nd Mass, 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions, 7.30. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, U, Mr, M. M yets ; 7 (subjeet " Scripture is More Valuable than Gold ") Kev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond, ll. Rev. J, W. Winspear ; 7£Mr. M. Myers. North Richmond, ll, Supply. Kurrajong, 2.30, Supply. Wilbeiforce, 3, Rev.-j! «VV. Win spear. Sackville, 7.30, Rev. J. .Colwell. Lower Portland. 3, Rev. J. Colwell. Leet's Vale, 1O.30, Rev. J. Colwell. Lower Hawkesbury, 10.30 ana 7.30, Mr. A. Walker. Lower Macdonald, 3 Mr. J. Walker. St. Albans, 10.20. Mr. W, W...

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Parramatta Quarter Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Parramatta Quarter Sessions Àt the above on Wednesday, before Judge Backhouse, there were three eases Heard from this district. Ambrose George Kellion (20) was charged with stealing a horse at Wiseman's Ferry, the property of Nathaniel Douglas, and pleaded guilty. He was remanded loreen tenoe. Ernest Humphries was charged with stealing (killing) a calf, the property of F. Watkin, on the 28th of August, at Maroota. There was a second count of stealing (killing) a calf, the property of a person un known. Plea, not guilty. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty, and accused was discharged. William Herbert Packer, on bail, was charged with, OD 3rd October, at Bullridge, committing a criminal offence against Florence Archer, a girl aged 12 years and 5 months. ¡ The accused pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. E. B. Walker. After hearing evidence, his Honor said that in the case of such a charge . by a child of tender years, who did not understand the nature of an oath, there mu...

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CUTTING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

CUTTING PRICES. Attention is directed to Messrs. Simpson and Holdsworth's advt, on oar front page. They have again re duced priers in all departments, and are determined to capture the trade by cutting down to and in many cases below Sydney prices. tn / drapery they are showing a very good assortment of prints at 2/1* per doz., droop hatB 3/, men's straw boaters 2/G, white holland aprons Dd, best^union skirting 6d par yard, ! etc. Special cuts have been made in groceries, crockery, Tinware, etc. Blanton's flour 5/ti lag of 501bs, | choice blended tea at 10_d per lb, ] white ugar2dperlb.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. I Maize, 6/ to 6/6. Chaff, 8/ to 8/. Bran, 1/11 to 2/. Pollard, 2/2 to 2,3. Onions,7 / to 8/. Oaten hay, 9/ to 10/. Lucerne, 5/ to 6/. Straw. 3/6 to 4/. Peas (blue)r 10/ to ll/. Peas (Yorkshire), to 10/. Oats, 4/3 to 4/6. Barley, 4/6 to 'fi/.. Potatoes, 10/ to 12/. Early Rose (seed), 12/- to 13/. Brownell (seed), 9/6 to 12/. Hungarian millet^. 8d to I Od per lb. Lucerne seed (Hunter Paver) lift to 1/- per lb. Planters* friend, 6d to 7d per lb; Wheat, 6/6 to 7/. English Bazley, 4/9 to 5/6i

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 28, 1902. PAY! PAY! PAY! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

%\t paíáesbatg fierato, WINDSOR, FRIDAY, NOV. 28,1902 PAY! PAY! PAY! The Mayor of Windsor is to be commended for his efforts to get in the arrears of rates. If only we had Richmond's reputation-they never have any arrears to carry forward there-the old borough would be in a much better position to-day. But it is never too late to mend ; and now that there is a movement afoot to get the municipal house in order, it is to be hoped the council will all pull together in that direction, and that there will be a responsive assistance from the ratepayers. Ac cording to announcement the Mayor has attended personally at the council chambers each evening this week, from à o'clock lo 8, to receive rates. To-night will be the last night. As indicated to defaulters, those v^ho do not pay up by to-i.ight will be proceeded against, " without respect to persons." The result has been highly gratifying. During the first three nights £100 was paid in. By to-night it is fully expected that Uie amount w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

..-ww t*¡rt .. mtyMPfM WV* WWI Jrt£*^*MMpMHft OUR SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. UNVEILED IX WINDSOR LAST SATURDAY BY SIR JOHN SEE. (From Photo by Mr. J. H. Bloome, Royal Studio, Windsor.) At Parramatta on Wednesday last, before Judge Backhouse. Messrs, F. J. Mort ley (Windsor) ana W. Maxwell (Pitt Town) were sworn iu as magistrates. Copies of th? photographs of the unveiling ceremony on Saturday may be obtained at the Royal Studio. Mr. G. \V. Btnson, of Home bush, may be consulted at the Black Horse Hotel, Richmond, every Saturday, ftom 11.30 a.m. to 7.31' p.m. All the Latest Impiovemeuts iu Artificial Teotti. Extractions by an Absolutely Painless Method. Perfect Finish Guarauteed. Prices Reasonable.* A valuable ytailing co'.t belonging to Mr. C. J. Huberts, of Clarendon, met with a terrible accident on Tuesday of last week. He tao against H post in the fence, anil ripped himself open from the chest to the girth-nearly two feet in Ungth. Mr. 1. Richardton happened to be near at band, and was ...

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The Council Clerk's Salary. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

The Council Clerk's Salary. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I must protest against any increase of the salary, in view of the present financial position of the borough. The present clerk has filled the position for over eight years-evidently to the satisfaction of the aldermen ; and when he was appointed there were several appli cants at the salary. of £75 per annum. At that time at least 30 per cent, more rates were collected than now, And since then the office of inspector of nuisances has been added, and the salary increased to £90. From the fact that at the present time the expenditure on the water account exceeds the income by £lG0Jper annum, which is drawn from the general account, I must say it is most injudicious, under the circumstances, to increase the salary. It is well known to the aldermen that the work does nottake up more than about two days per week, and' the clerk is not required to confine himself to that business alone ; and, therefore, the salary is sufficient. How Aid. De...

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Impressions of a Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Impressions of a "Visitor. An old acquaintance of our editor visited Windsor one day last week in- quest of agistment paddocks, having heard there was plenty of grass here. When dropping into the sanctum to say farewell, we vacated the editorial seat to him whilst he dashed off the following " bit of copy " : " The valley of the Hawkesbury presents one of the most unique aspects, from a picturesque and commercial point of view. From Windsor the eye wanders over some 30,000 to 40,000 acres of the richest alluvial areas of country in the State. Given American enterprise and irrigation, the imagination runs riot with possibilities. What an opening for the dairying industry ! There is no colonial pursuit at the present time that shows such prolific results as dairying; and, with the lucerne fields and abundance of water, there is no district in the State that has such facilities for it as the Hawkesbury, and yet is so far behind others. The returns from dairying come in twelve times a y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

C. Montgomery & Sons, T R A o 6 FRUITGROWERS1 AGENTS, SELL DAILy, FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY, AND PIPKINS-STREET, NEWCASTLE. AU Kinds of Fruit Cases sent to IV) AVR K Growers by Rail or Boat. FAIR PRICES AND QUICK RETURNS. To Adüertisers. Having secured the right of ali the Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association's Printing for the period ending June 30 next, including the SCHEDULES ABD CATALOGUES for the next Show, the Undersigned beg to solicit the favor of Advertisements for insertion in same, at the following rates : s; d. Full page in Schedule ;. ... 10 0 Half page in Schedule .... 6 0 Full page in both Schedule and Catalogue. 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 aie urged to send in their "copy " at once. PINKSTONE AND COLLISON, "Hawkesbury Herald" Office

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R. C. School Pupils' Annual Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

R. C. School Pupils' Annual Concert. The annual entertainment given by the pupils of St. Matthew's B. 0. Primary School was held in the School-hall on Wednesday evening, and, as usual, was a big success. The hall was crowded, and the audience extended to the young performers an enthusiastic welcome. As a rule, one goes to a juvenile entertainment with a resolve to be tolerant and charitable. This performance, however, did not I require the exercise of these gener ous sentiments, for-reviewed on its merits-it was delightfully amusing and worthy of the liberal patronage it gained. The whole performance was worthy of the highest praise to all concerned, and the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, who had evidently spared no pains in bringing the children up to such a standard, are indeed to be complimented. The stage and front j of the hall was nicely decorated, for. which Mr. and Mrs. H. Murphy and Miss Birdie Bowman were responsible! The former devoted the whole of Wednesday to the fixing...

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