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SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

? . ..HUI II.III*. I. ..I.Il Tbe programme for tbe Hawkes bury Race Club's winter meeting, to 1 be brid on Saturday, 5tb July, is now in print, and copies may be had from the secretary, Mr. O. S. Guest. Hading men will no doubt remem ber Belue, who won the Hawkesbury Handicap and other races when run ning in the colours of "Tommy" Kelly, well known years ago in Sydney pugilistic circles. Last Satur day the eon of Clan Stuart and Lady Kyogle won the Caulfield Glenferrie Handicap, beating Headlaud, Kruger, and a big field. Messrs. A. W. Sly and W. Griffiths, both of Richmond, have been in luck's way again. In Tait's sweep on the Adelaide Cup they have drawn a non starter and a cash prize of £2. The former only recently drew £125 out of a sweep, and the latter nearly £2,000. Mr. J. Martin also drew a £5 prize in the Adelaide Cup.

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Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

I Fruit. Judges : -Messrs, G. W, Pearce, C, G. Zouch, J. 3. Pearce and C. Gibbs Plate of peaches, B. J. Boberts I and 2 Plate of dcESert apples, Â. Stephens 1, J. Williams 2 Plate of baking apples, 0. T. Moore 1, S. E. Allen 2 Plate of dessert pears, S E Allen 1, J Sher wood 2 Collection dessert pears, plate of each kind, SE Allen Plate of baking pears, 5 entries, none worthy Plate, of persimmons, H G Black 1, G Fuller 2 Plate of passion fruit, W and S Fagan 1 and 2 Plate of Quinces, 1671J 1, A Freeman 2 Collection of fruit; ,15 varieties, one plate of each kind, W and S Fagan Plate peaches, R J Roberts 1 and 2 Plate dessert apples, S £ Allen 1, H E Peck 2 Collection dessert apples, 0 Devlin Plate baking apples, C T Moore 1, IÎ E Peck 2 Plate dessert pears, S E Allen 1,0 Bcoth 2 Collection dessert pears, S B Allen ? Plate quinces, Geo. Nicholls 1, R Farlow 2 Plate oranges, Parramatta, Geo Nicholls 1 and 2 Plate oranges, Washington Navel, J J Pye 1, A J Clemson 2 Oranges, Australian ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Hawkesbury Show, 15th, 16th, & 17th MAY, 1902. 26é3 ENTELES. There will le a OBBAT SHOW of STOCK, FABM PRODUCE, POULTRY, PIGEONS, DOGS, NEEDLEWORK, FINE ARTS, Etc. The Sporting Brents have filled splen didly-Hunters* Contest 20 Competltora, in cluding many of the best Honten In the State. The Trotting Contests bare enticed 21 nominations, Among which ere many splen did trotters. The NOVEL DRAG HUNT will bave over 20 starters ; the course embraces nine fences. HUSKING CONTESTS, 16 Competitors. WOOD CHOPPING, 8 Competitors. SHEEP DOG TRIAL, 6 Competitors. BUCKJUMPING, 2 Competitors. PROGRAMME: THIRD DAY -SATURDAY, 17TH MAY. Trotting, Hunting, Drag Hunt, Maiae Husking, Sheep Dog Trial, Wood Chopping, etc., etc, the whole making the best show the district has yet held. SPECIAL LOCAL TRAIN SERVICE. FRIDAY. From Windsor-9.10 a,m., 11.50 a.m., 1 p.m., 3.55 p.m., 5.15 p.m. From Richmond-9.30a.m., 11,35a.m., 12.45 p.m., 3.35 p.m., fi p.m. SATURDAY. From Windsor-9.55 a.m., 3.67 p.m. F...

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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

DRAUGHTS. PBOBLBM NO. 2. Black to move and win. By W. SCtTLTHOBPE. Two of our readers have sent in the correct solution to Problem No. 1, which appeared in last isaoe, vii,. M. Horan (Richmond) and H.B. (Windsor). The solution ia :-ll 7, 20-11, 4 8, 11-4, 2 6, 3-10, 6 22, and white wins. NOTE.-In order to facilitate the solving of problem B by amateurs who take an inter est in the game but do not know the numbers of the squares on the board, we give the fol lowing information :-To number the board commence with No. 1 on the same side of the board a« the b1a:k meo, and on the player's right, and read from right to left in each row np to 32. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cara. la. 6d.*

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Mistimed Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Mistimed Criticism. In Hie general discussion on the question ot' liberty of speech respect ing British policy and action in the South African war, too little re gard has been given by those who have claimed that liberty to the consequences of their words. No doubt the privilege is a sacred one, but it should not be allowed to degenerate* into license. There is a time to speak, and a time to be silent. Discussion might have been proiit able before the war, and it may be after peace is established. What lias been said for the Boers and against the British has not helped tlie former, whilst it has hindered the operations Of the latter. Cer tainly it has contributed to the pro longation of the conflict. It has given matter to the Boer representa tives in Europe by which to mis represent British opinion. It has enabled the Boer leaders in South Africa to deceive their followers. The war, which was begun under s^r%iís"üTisíc1fh"ce'|)tlbifsTiy Oie people of tho Transvaal and Orango Free S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

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RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

[ RETURNING SOLDIERS. A petition is being signed at Mr. J. W. Allison's shop for presentation to the Mayor, requesting him to cali a public meeting for the purpose of making arrangements to welcome home the district soldiers who are returning from the war.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Oosuninlour fot Affidavit«, ¡Mmoai, GUEST AND SKUTHORP, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices: RICHMOND & NOR CE RICHMOND. Have for Private Sale^> Brick Cottage, Windsor-street, Richmond, £450 80 acres Blaxlands Ridge, Cottage, Sheds, 5 acres young citrus trees, £176 26 acres choice farm, Richmond Lowlands, £1,050 40 acres Orchard Land, North Richmond, £150 60 acres River Farm, Lower Portland 40 acres Land, Upper Colo, £40 106 acres OP. Land, Grose River, Cottage and Orchard, £150 50 acres, Bell's Line Road, Cottage, Small Orchard 19$ acres Orangery, Grose Vale, very choice, £250 1280 acres Freehold, Kurrajong 2560 acres Freehold, Kurrajong 41 acres Orchard and Building Land Kurrajong, £75 5 Choice Blocks, German Paddock, £7 iCs per acre 1 $ acres Land, Richmond 3 Allotments, East Richmond 40 acreB CP, Blaxlands Ridge 160 acres Orangery, Kurrajong, highly improved, £6000 60 acres do do improved, £1000 120 acres Forest, Londonderry 140 acres Forest, Curre...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. During Mr. George Rutter's ab sence one day last weeli, bis houBe by some means caught fire, aud soon the Humes had.. yojBeisipn. The., neighbours were quickly on the scene and worked hard, jan d after great difficulty luaiîag^d íiasavpJJio post office. -s. ' The Rev. Father O'reilly, of Parramatta, visited the district last week and celebrated mass at St. Albans, Webbs Creek, ?and Wise mans Ferry. The congregations at each place were very large. Arch bishop Kelly is expected to visit the district shortly, and a large number of children are being prepared for confirmation. Colds are very prevalent around here, and in nearly every home someone is suffering. Mre. R. Jurd, senr., of St. Albans, is in a low state, suffering from the epidemic, and Mr. R. Cooper, of Leets Vale, is also very ill. Mr. A. Grono has "been very suc cessful among the jew fish lately. He caught over a hundred one after noon la6t week, some of which measured over three .'feet in length. Great inc...

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Government Grants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Government Grants. Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., has re ceived a letter from the Public Works Department, with reference to the petition from the residents ot Kurra jong for a camping and water reserve at Wheeney Creek, road Biohmond Bridge to Mount Wilson, stating that the Minister had approved of a grant of £12 being made in July for the purchase of the area referred to by the petitioners. Mr. Hall has also received a letter re petition, dated March, from Messrs. Gk Hungerford, A. Bottle, E. A. Hewett, and other resident« of Howe's Creek and district, for improvements required on the road from Comleroy road to Crooked Lane, stating the Minister had approved of £147 for this work being noted for considera tion in connection with the forthcom ing estimâtes This amount includes the cost of the proposed culvert at Howe's Creek, as nrevioualv advised.

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THE VINEYARDS. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

THE VINEYARDS. (From our own Correspondent). Good morning, ladies and gentle men ! Did you ever hear of The Vineyards ? You'll find it along the Windsor Road a few miles. It would not be a bad idea to know a few people out there when the grape j season comes round. It is disap-1 pointing, though, just now so far as vineyards are concerned ; everybody has a few vines, but it is more orchard than vineyard now. There is nothing doing here. Why, it doesu't even rain ! But, per haps, I might write something that would do for the paper though. Wood-cutting and carting is in full swing. The carters are very glad the roads are in such good order. In spite of the dry times and no crops, every one seems to be fairly happy and contented. Dogs are xei'y numerous, ¿nd so are hares. They might often be seen hunting each other. The hare is usually in front ; often a long way in front. Grass is very scarce, and water is more so. There are green crops to be seen struggling for existence on several o...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Perrini " must bave liéeo InghJy «at-r ??i^^6ty'^-f^r:^^j^v^etßt tor the leading-urtîcleô thereof should prove as instructive and beneficial as they were ably written; while the reportorial columns contain items from all parts of the district, which undoubtedly prove both interesting and inslructive to many readers both in and out of the district. I have already heavd several Colo residents speak in high terms of your readable little journal. I am pleased to see by your leaders that you are a Britisher, for a journal that incul cates disloyalty and disaffection to the Empire is, in my estimation, de serving of public detestation and contempt rather than dispassionate perusal. I have no love for the jingo journalist-I am fully aware that Englaud can, and, alas, sometimes! does, go wrong-but I have lees love j for the journalist who pours out j quarts of ink every year in trying to damn and degrade the Mother Coun try. I will now conclude my re marks on this subject hy heartily congra...

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

!u$ry-&Ödjlii{j^ ' to the faètôrîés sud asirle v~ ou tue Soutb Ou¿»t this month* A iiuiu' er of youiig Ayrshir« hulk have loft tíie College lately, and have walísí'd up to £16 each. Two wore' smued hy dairymen in the district, and others have gone to the North Coast an<l Sydney. The leading residents of Melbourne aM preparing to give Mr. Pott*, th> new I'rmcipa), a fitting send off in the Melbouri.e Town Hall on Wednesday next. Mr. P. H. Suter, the College dairy expert, will accompany Mr, Potts. The function will be one of the biggest ever Leid in Victoria. A visitors book has* been opened at the College, and one of the Si st dis tinguished visitors was Archbishop Kelly, who wrote a glowing reference of the institution. The Archbishop takes a great interest in the staple in dustry of tho State, and d uring a recent address in R dimond paid high tribute to the College. With the advent of the new Princi pal, the College dairy is likely to become one of the inutst...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

POLICE COURT. At the local police court on Thurs day last, before Messrs. W. Sullivan and J. McNeely, J's.P., Edward R. Wilson, on behalf of Carl Wilson, sued John Wilson for assault. By way of a cross summons, John Wil son sued Percy Wilson (Carl's brother) for insulting language. After hearing both cases, which oc cupied a long time, the Bench re tired, and returned into court and dismissed both cases without costs. Ernest Marlin sued Thomas Ewin for insulting language. Ewin pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s and costs of court, and two witnesses' expenses.

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REDUCTION OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

REDUCTION OF MEMBERS. Mr. E. Campbell, Mayor of Rich mond, received a communication this week from the State Reform Committee, asking for the council's co-operation in advocating reduction of members. The matter will come before the next meeting of the coun cil. The Mayor's idea ff, we don't want reduction of members, but a change in the system of payment of members ; each member before he istelected to make a declaration that he is in such poor circumstances to need payment. He concludes that if candidates had to make this declaration we'd get a better class of members, and would hear very little of the expense of paying them.

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OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

OMISSION. In our report of the Druid's send off to South African volunteers last , week, we omitted the name of Mr, A. A. Woods, who played the ac- , companiments during the evening. Mr. Woods, who is in the employ of Mr. H. R. Hill, is a pianist of the first rank ; also when he takes hold ! of the paint or lining brashes, he j also shows he is a master painter.

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REV. J. KINGHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

REV. J. KINGHORN. The Rev. J. Kinghorn, of Bathurst, preached to a large congregation at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday . last. The rev. gentleman arrived on Saturday afternoon, and was warmly welcomed in town by all old friends. His recent trip to England has re established his health, and he looks more like what we remember him in Richmond than he haB done for a long time. All classes and creeds have a welcome for Mr. Kinghorn whenever he comes.

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ROPE QUOIT MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

ROPE QUOIT MATCH. A rope quoit match takes place at the Royal Hotel lawn on Saturday night next, between Windsor and Richmond players, for £10 aside each. The conditions are f)00 up at a distance of nine feet. The match commences at 7.30, and should prove very interesting, as both sides are Bure of victory.

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RICHMOND COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

RICHMOND COUNCIL. 1 A meeting of Richmond Borough ] Council waB held on Thursday even- j ing, when there wore present : The , Mayor (in the chair), Aldermen f Griffiths, Cobcroft, Ausburn, Allen, j and Leavers. The vacancy in the j Finance committee was supplied by 1 the election of Aid. Griffiths. Ac counts were passed for wages, and j the Council then rose. j

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LIFE. [For the "Herald."] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

LIFE. [For the "Herald."] The palh of life to some is clear, To others it is rough and steep, To most the world is dark and drear ; For some may laugh but many weep. The sweets of life to some are given. And fortune rains in golden showers ; But most, to desperation driven, Bebel at Fate an ] a'l its powers. Battling fiercely with adverse fate And crushed, defeated in the fight^ They dud, alas 1 perhaps too late, Tis useless to defy its powers. O.D.

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