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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [We shall be pleased to receive every week from sescretaries of clubs any items of interest for publication in this column.—Editor.] CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

SPORTS AHD PASTIMES. >£We sbaíí be pleaded to ïéceire every week from secretaries of clubs any items of interest tór publication in this column .-Editor.] CRICKET. FixTüBBS POE WINDSOR O.C., 1902-03. Peo. 13, r. Blacktown, at Windsor Dee. 20, r. Bouse HiJJ, at Bouse Hill Dec. 26, v. St, John's, at Windsor ?Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and 10, v. Wilberforce, at Wilbert '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. 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

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

Simoson I Holdsworth RICHMOND. TE. STOCK OF GROCERIES OP 1ST PRICES. TEAS."-^8* value procurable at 1% ls 3cl, ls fid, ls 9d. Try our favorite Golden Tips-at ls ;6d, COFFEE. ~yxcePttonal quality at ls 3d, ls 6d, ls 9d, 2s. WINES & SPIRITS, ^les»Lager Beer, Cordials, &c. AIL Brands ia Stock. 1 " IRONMONGERY,; hardware, Tinwarey Glasstrare, Crockery, &c, at BEDROCK PEICËS. PRODUCE of All Peseriptiona r BOUGHT AND SOLD Jfe stocifc BRUNTON'S FLOUR. iVwyet DRAPERY LADIES.-By Mi Up MEN'S DEPARTMENT.-All our Summer Goods are now opened up, and we are offering Special Vaiiies in Assam Suit?, Crash Troupers, White Ducks, Khaki, and Light Summer Tweeds, Shirts, Singlets, Collars, Ties, Hats, «Sc. SJ= Remember- All Goods at Sydney Prices. SIMPSON AND HOLDSWORTH,

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

ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO . . . Don't pet your Phot*' t«ken before ßeeing our Exhibit at the SHOW next week. üf>e Belling Piano Is the cheapest good Piano in the market that can be guaranteed by us. Honestly built and sold on ijts merits. Easy Time Payments. Catalogues Free. Old Pianos taken in Exchange. PALING'S 338 George-st., Sydney.

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

j T is as good for women as for men. Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfes Schnapps has always been a fine thing for '* tired." and suffering women. Wolfe's Schnapps is an old honest all-round tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps «nd TAKE NOTHING ELSE.

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THK TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

THK TUßF. lhe racehorse Mendoza, who has bren for sime time trained by his owi er, Mr. 0. Baldwin, at Ricbmoid, was parc! aied by Mr. Issao G >i nw dil last week. He will, in future, be trained at Randwiek. Word comes from India noting that at Boona Mhumus won the New Stakqs, of Be.2000, six furlongs, beating Nim and several high-priced English ponies, including Wink, wife was expected to clear the board this season. On the third day of the meeting Minimus won the Coronation Stakes, of Be.300'0, seven furlongs, again bealing all the best ponieB and galloways. Minimus was formerly owned by Mr. Ered. Gosper, who sold him for 300 guineas to an Indian ! buyer.

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

mmssmmÊmmmf Stajäöii^ Bôofeseîlëfj and Agênt^ Smokers' Recuisîtes* All Orders Promptly Attended to. tlíé ^IiMâmfi Daily and Weekly Newspapers. e and: Gatile Medicines. :Ping-Pong Sets and Balls. Anderson's Garden Seeds. Crinkled Paper, all shades THE LFADING HOUSE FOR STATIONERY The Hawkesbury Herald JOB-PRINTING SIDNEY PRICES. Sc COLLISON, Proprietors.

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PING-PONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

* PING-PONG. A ping-pong tournament for ladies was held at Mrs. R. Hennessy's residence, Comleroy Road, on Saturday evening, for a trophy presented by Messrs. Simpson and Holdsworth, of Richmond. The three ladies left iu the final were Miss A. Hennessy, Mr8 F. J Norris, and Miss Black. Miss Black and Mrs. Non is played, and the former won. Miss Hennessy and Miss Black played off for the trophy, < the former winning after a good game. A rather exciting game was then played betwewn Mr.' V. Mc vlahon and his brother Clem, which was won. by the forimr.

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

CYCLING. A bicycle race round McQuade Park took place on Wednesday afternoon for prizes of 12/6 first, 5/Becond, and 3/ third. There were four starters, the result being as Wlows : J. Lamond 10yds, I ; S. Wood 100yds, 2 ; Percy Hull 10yds, 3. Thorney Masters, 110yds, gave up at the home turn. Mr. E. Hayes is arranging a big day's bicycle sports for New Tear's Day. The races will be run round McQuade Park, and should prove a big attraction.

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NORTH RICHMOND v. RICHMOND. HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

NOETfi BIOHMOND v. BIOHMOND HALF-HOLIDAY. Flayed on formers wicket on w«tt needay last, the result being a draw. Booran-'-" . NOETH BlCHMOND. Stevenson, c Allen, b Drayton... ... 30 A. Smith, retired ... ... ... 77 H. Matheson, c and b Biddle. 17 H. Smith, c Hough, b Biddle ... ... 29 Pitt, run out . 12 Parker, not ont ... ... A. 19 G. Matheson, b Hull . 8 Granger, c and b Biddle . 0 Stinson, not out. ... IO Sundries ... ... 15 Inninga closed, 7 wickets for \217 HAXF-HOLIDAX Allen, b H. Smith . ... 0 Hull, not out. .... ... 20 Drayton, b A. Smith ... ." ... 10 Biddle, not out. 3 Sundries . ... 1 Total for 2 wickets ... ... 34

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WINDSOR v. CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

WINDSOR v. CAMPBELLTOWN. The above teams met on the latter's wicket on Saturday, when the visitors vere defeated< by an innings and 80 runs. Scores : CAMPBELLTOWN-lBt Innings. H. J. Payton, c, b Bowman ... .,. 17 A. E. Fowler,'c, b Bowman ... -.. 73 merewether, c and b A. Maguire ... 90 Clissold, et, b Bowman. 13 Gore, l.b.w,, b Bowman ... ... 1 P. Payton-, h.-o.w., b Smith . 23 G. Sullivan, c, b Dean. 14 Rudd, b Bowman .... -. Ö J. H. Sullivan, st, b Hancock... ... 16 Britton, not out ... . 2 Sutton, b Dean. ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... 14 Total . 263 Bowling analysis-Bowman 5 for 74 ; C. Dean 2 for 33 ; Hancock 1 for 42 j A. Maguire 1 for 69 ; H. Smith 1 for 14. WINDSOR-1st Innings. A. Maguire, b Fowler. ... 8 Cobcroft, h.o.w., b Merewether ... 20 Higgins, c, b Merewether . 1 H. Smith, b Fowler .» . 2 Bowman, b Fowler . 13 Dean, c, b Fowler . 2 Fowler, c, b Fowler . 0 A. Smith, b Fowler . 19 Hancock, st, b Fowler ... ... ... 0 Hull, st, b Merewether ... ." ... 4 N. J. Bos...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

TENNIS. ( The following have been selected to play against Sackville to-morrow afternoon, starting at 2 o^clock, on , the old courts in Parlow's paddock : Misses Marden, Macintosh, Holland, Gosper, Boyd, and Barnett : Messrs. Podmore, Fowler, Collison, Boss, Broughton, and Pinkstone. w *

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WINDSOR JUNIORS v. RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

< WINDSOR JÜNIOßS v.xEIVEESrONE. ' Played at Riverscone on Wednesday, Windsor winning by 4 runs. Seores : WINDSOB. Higgins, c, b Daley . 7 Crowley, c, b Johnson ... ... ... 49 Boyd, c, b Wiggins .~ 2 Paull, c, b Daley.... 3 Cupitt, b Daley. . ¿9 Freeman, b Myers ... ... -. 3 White, run out.«. ~. 1 Hough, b Johnson ... ." ... ll E. Cobcroft, c, b Daley. ... 6 Allen, not out . I B. Moses, b Johnson .... . 2 Sundries . 4 Total . 108 B-IVEBSTONE, Wiggins, b Boyd... " ... 1 Freyan, b Bough . 12 WittB, b Cupitt. 8 H. Johnson, c, b Crowley ." ... ll B. Johnson, c, b Hough ." ... 1 Pomfret, c, b Hough ... ... ... 0 Myers, c, b Crowley ... ." ... 0 Rosa, run out. 10 Jarrett, c, b Hough. 3 E. Johnson, not out ... ... ... G C. Daley, b Crowley . . ... 41 Sundries ... ... ... ll On Saturday the Wiseman's Ferry cricketers made great preparations to { receive the Ooloites. A. great game was anticipated, but at the last moment : the Colo team sent a wire to say they could not come. The ...

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

ta Grippe's Legacy A WINTER'S ILLNESS. A Prompt and Permanent Restoration. The Case of Mrs. M. SPENCER, (BT A SPECIAL EEPOETEB.) I The practical seems to have nearly alt** gether nuperseded the ideal in these utili tarian times, for to enable a Bubject to take hold of the mind it must contain Borne Clement of what is useful and instructive ; ¡iud as the interview with Mrs. Mary .Spencer, of No. 5 Adoiphus-strcet, Balmain, is consonant with this argument, we place it under the notice of our readers. "I was one of tho many victims pro st lated by influenza ten years ago," began Mrs. í-peucer, " uud I was very ill with it nearly all the winter. For three weeks I ould not sl r out of my bed, the pains ? bait my body being so acute that it was t'liiost itnpos-dhle to move. After a while lie. fever subsided, but even then I waa .. ry little bettor, as 1 was ton exhausted nil weak to be ofenyuse. When I tried Lo nt in' up I found tli..t the aches were (¡til! in my limb« a d about my body, ...

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Mulgrave and Vineyard P.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Mulgrave and Vineyard P.A. At the last meeting of the above, held at the residence of Mr. A. White, there were present-Messrs. A. White (vice-president, in the chair), A. Blackett, H. Jones, F. Foster, C Ru bery, and J. Gray. A letter was read from the Lands Department, notifying the appoint ment of five trustee* for the recreation reserve. From the Railway Commissioners, regretting their inability to coustruct a platform at, Vineyatd. Consideration of this matter was postponed. A letter to the newly-appointed park trustees notified that £53 had been placed to the credit bf the trust. A meeting of the trustees was then arranged for. It was resolved to ask Mr. B. Hall, M.P., to try and obtain a* culvert opposite the Forrester post-office.

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

AT : j SPÉC1ÁL PRICES. Ladies' Black Hose, 5d per pair, or, 3 pairs for 1/ Black Cashmere Hose, 10 Jd 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, 5d, 6d Girls' Bibbed Cashmeres, from 10Jd per pair Ladies' Undervests, from 4£d Superior ditto, from lOd to 2/11 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 1/ each LACE COLLARETTES, from 1/3 to 3/11 GLACE SILKS, black, white, and colors, 1/11 f pe*" yard LADIES' BLOUSES, from 1/11 io 5/U DRESS SKIRTS, Black Alpacca, from 5/11 to 18/6 WHITE PIQUE, from 5/11 - ? / ' Jlfliee MillineiB for Elriste. At Moderate Prices. Try . D. HOLLAND & CO. PRINTS. PRINTS. 3Jd per yard, or 2/1 If per dozen. Better Qualities, from 4 Jd to 7Jd yard GREY SHEETINGS, from 5|d yard WHI...

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

U Â YZ? Then . . Get . . Your . . Groceries . FBOM . v W. G. J. PENDERGAST GEORGE--STREET, KINRARA TEA. WINES OF THK CHOICEST KBANDS. Euerything at Lowest Prices. PICNIC PARTIES sappiied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, " I il i-F," etc. All kinds of Crockery. Toyt», and Fancy Wari. MBS. J. T. SMITH, G Corgi-street, Windsor. (LATE DICK BROTHERS \ <RY HIS FAMOUS WINDSOR Cash Stores A. GRIrvIWOOD'S New and Seasonable Goods at Bargain Prises. SPECIAL VALUE io Light Pongee Cambrics, soft finish, at 3¿dyard Fancy Figured Muslins, in floral patterns, at 5/6 dozen Dark Indigo Prints, at 5d, 5£d, and 6£d Lilac Pattern's from 3/11 per dozen A NICE A^SOETMENT of Organdie Muslins, Delaines at 6Jd} 7£d, 9d, 1/, and 1/3 per yard GRIMWOOD'S Sélection of Laces. IS THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT Beautiful Patterns in Guipure, Garland, Placuen, and Eidelweis Laces for Trimmings Valenciennes Laces, from 10Jd per doz Valenciennes Insertion from l/¿ per doz. Torchon Laces and Insertion, from 1 ...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

COLO. Mr. J. T. Jones's new steam launch, Daisy, has commenced trad ing between here and Windsor, and all who have seen the little boat are of the opinion that she will be a boon to the Windsor and river people, she being so eminenUy adapted to the river trade. Mr. Jones deserves unstinted commen dation for his strenuous efforts to bring back to old Windsor her lost trade ; and more than that, he de serves a liberal patronage from both Windsor an J river residents. Good luck to the enterprising and ever green J.T,J. in his new venture ! . Several small consignments of peaches and apricots have already gone to market from Colo, and the consigners expect handsome prices. Mr. J. T. Jones (skipper of the good ship Daisy) has generously consented to give the Colo cricketers -and, in fact all the Colo residents -a free trip to Wiseman's Ferry on the diy the match is arranged with the Ferry C. C. This should be a delightful trip, and ali "Colo and his wife " are expected to take ad vantage...

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Mr. Brinsley Hall amongst his Constituents. THE OUT ROCK DEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Mr. Brinsley Hall amongst lils Constituents. THE OUT BOCK DEVIATION, When the House is not sitting;Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., is invariably to be seen bobbing up in some part of his constituency. On Monday last he took a drive out Kurrajong way, accompanied by Mr. W. ftull, J.P., and a representative of the " Haw kesbury Herald." The main object of the visit was to see the^ piece of j road werk now in hand, known as | the Cut Rock deviation, on the top, of the Heights. Very few residents of the district-old hands included -have been down the other side. The descent is so steep, that the casual visitor or the tourist, as a rule, cracks a halt on top. Getting down is risky ; getting back, top much like hard work. To the settlers on the other side this hill has been a great disability-so much so, .that, sad to relate, some of the selections have been abandoned. For many years past there has been a constant agitation for a deviation. Survey after survey had been made; but it seems to have...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. The weather here for the past week has been exceedingly hot. We had a pleasant change on Sunday, rain falling nice and steady all' day. This should improve the fruit. Unless something unforeseen hap pens this will be one of the best seasons we have ever had in these parts. " Mr. Gr. Beatli, dentist from Bal main, paid his usual visit to the Perry last week. He seems to be working up a good connection in this district. Rumour says we are to have a passenger boat running between Brooklyn and Sackville. The s.s. Union, of the H.S.N. Co., is the boat spoken of. Mr. E. Sandoz, watchmaker, Windsor, passed through the Ferry en route to Wollombi, where he has great expectations, and promises of plenty of biz. A heavy hailstorm passed over the McDonald River last week, doing a g^eat deal of damage. The hail was so large that it killed chickens, laid the young corn down, and cut melon and pumpkin vines to pieces. Fortunately our little hamlet escaped it. Among the foremost fa...

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KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

KURRAJONG. There was no meeting of the local progress association this month, on account of the King's birthday falling on the day of the usual meeting. The bot fly is already pretty well known in this district, and in some parts of the Kurrajong several have Been caught and killed. They are easily recognised by the peculiar shape of the abdomen. They are about the size of a blow fly, greyish in color, and an abdomen curling under ami tapering after the mauner of a hornet. People using horses should watch carefully for eggs under the jaw. *'Shearing" is going on apace at Kurrajong now, but on account of the bad timep, drought, etc, the wattles are not large, nor the bark as heavy as usual, «o that the income from the "Kurrajong wool" will not be so great this season. The difficulties besetting one who attempts to introduce new ideas where the opinions and convictions of a people «re set and matured, was illus trated on Sunday. 16th instant, at Bullridge. The .Rev. J. I». Brown was t...

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