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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Before Ur. F. R. Wilshire, ano! Messrs. T Primrose, John Ross, D * Mayne, and D. Holland, J. P. INSULTING WORDS. May ' Kewin proceeded against Lucinia Hanchett for using insulting word h on November 17. Mr. McCauley appeared for the complainant, and Mr. JR. B. Walker for the defendant. May Kewin deposed : I am a married woman, residing with my husband in Forbes-street, Windsor. I have known defendant for eight months. Oo Monday week I was talking to defendant s daughter near my gate, when defendant made use of the words stated in the plaint. The words were said in a public street. My husband was present. By Mr. Walker: The row occurred in the back yard. We are not always rowing. The words were used at my gate, und also in the y aid. George Kewin deposed : I am a wheelwright, and reside in Forbes street. I am the ifusband of com plainant. I< heard the words com plained of. Defendant kept repeating them. The defendant is not parti...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

The Sattle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the manage* meat of the Cyclorama decided to replace " Jerusalem " by re-erecting the masterpi°ce of'Cycloramic Art, the *. Battle of Gettys burg," which caused so much excitement here some years ago. For the last four years America and Europe have been searched for a scene fit to replace Jerusalem and follow " Gettysburg," out nothing could be found that would not huffer too much by com parison A South Africau scene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being expressed by Cyclorama visitais io see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it in any part of the world could be found - to re erect Gettysburg. Tins has been done, and visitors to »he city will, aíter recent events, find a special interest in seeing what war really mvan». 1 he ULHiiH^cment have added, a mort f sci nut mg novelty to the Hall of Illusions, whkh, wi>.h a qumiity vf new Cinematograph hims, tunke up a «splendid...

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Unsound Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

Unsound Mind. At the Windsor Police Court on Friday last, before Messrs. F. Camp bell and D. Holland, JP., Bryan Smith, of Webb's Creek, was charged with being of unsound mind Evi dence given by the police, by accused's " brother (Mr. John Smith, farmer, of Webb's Creek), and by the two medical gentlemen, Drs. Gibson and Callaghan, went to show that it was not safe for the unfortunate man to be at large. The brother stated that accused had been unwell for teveral weeks. He was 38 years of age; single ; a laborer ; owned 20 acres of land at Webb's Creek, from which he drew £10 a year rent, 'ihe Benda ordered that he be sent to the Parra matta Hospital for Insane. -,- *

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

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, KMt'BRO&V und all the Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. Orchardisis given every eaiitfaciion. EDWARD HENNtSSY, Comleroy Road.

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

YRIÖHMC^^ A number of petty thefts are .re?" 1 ported in town. Mr. S. Orchard has been victimised several times, and on Sunday night he lost a number of young chili plants, which he had only recently planted out. Hrs. Alfred Smith, of EaBt-Market street, is out and about again, after a j long illness. Auctioneers' licenses were granted to Messrs. 0. S. Ouest, H. Skuthorp, A. Price, and 0. Roberts at the local Court of Petty Sessions on Tuesday. The president (Mr. Garrard) and Messrs. Taylor, McPherson, Griffin, Ward, Watkins, and Henley, members of the Metropolitan Board of Water Supply and Sewerage, visited the looa! water works on Thursday last. The engineer, the secretary, and the Mayor of Richmond accompanied the board. The complaints made recently regarding the turbid state of the water supplied to the inlet were inquired into by the president and the engineer, who decided that the turbidity was caused by a recent fresh in the river after a long spell of drought. The board also...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. --» ? ' - The unveiling ceremony last Saturda drew a large number of people into Windsoi I Sermons appropriate to the previous day / function were preached on Sunday at tl Presbyterian church (by Rev. A. Dandú and at the Church of England (by Rev. S C Fielding). There is no longer any argumentaboB the presence of trout in the, Grose, " J Sydney angler (Mr. Burnside) caught 43 lat week-so Mr. " Bob " Forrester teljs, us 1 Host Pacey, of North Richmond, is now i a position to look after anglers". well ia th matter of bait, for he -has- put down good worm-breeding bed, - - . Kurrajong had an inchttf rain on Sunday The orchardists on the hillsides lose a lot o soil during these heavy fails. It is suggests that substantial trenches be cut to carry oi the, water. A representative bf W. Blackburn am Son, the well known piano and organ tuner of Parramatta, visits Windsor and Ricbmom districts regularly, and also on receipt c letter. The firm' holds some first-...

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

DINNER. At 6 o'clock Sir John See, Mr. Joseph Cook (tbe federal member for the district), and other visitors were entertained at dinner at the Boyal Hotel, The committee had arranged for about thirty to be present, but fully twice that number put in an appear ance, and unfortunately several were unable to gain admittance at all. Mrs. Bloome provided an excellent spread, and for the manner in which she carried out all arrangements in connection therewith, she is deserving of the highest praise. The room was splendidly draped with flags and bunting, whilst the table was har moniously decked out with choice floral displays. The Mayor of Windsor, Captain J. J. Paine, occupied the chair. On his right sat Sir John See, and on his left Mr. Joseph Cook, M.H.B. Others present at the festive board were Messrs. B. Hall, J. C. L. Fitz patrick, H. Clarke, J. Thomson, W. Archer, M.L.A., E. Campbell (Mayor of Bichmond), S. See (Mayor of Graf ton), Rev. S. G. Fielding, Dr. Slate, Dr. Callaghan. J. ...

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

; ' Guest fc8k&bororBiebmÓDAr''' - .'-J. B. SOmtàfrlicifà%:$yi Z^Z^.Z pf*. "Alfred. Banger, .Windsor .Bootmaker '¡AZ rÇ, JB\ Msi^ ~Z : Boot Shops . - ^ %:- * .^^fiffl^oöd,. Windsor. '.'; ? ^fibckdftie College, Sydney %^ ; \ Oyóle Depot ^ZZ-ÉZ&tyfyW&$m.¡:0^ .; ; ;.- - OhéiriiBts, . ' 1,^ , . " - £,¿:;E.A. ^;;'.^-"±;¿' > v:-.£%^ -; Dentists ' ° T. ? l&yr.AUiB(m¡w¡^^ ?' ^í;-G.;Beatái, J>a*líiig<í¡tT«ét> Balmain. ; i -: ' :¡0. -WV Benson, Riebmond ; -F B-. A. Pye, Windsor.- '? . v JB. , ^S. Swift, 94 JOarlingnnret-road :'Z 'ZZ Sydney, V -. : y.: -' . y&ra^ers ^ ." ;/' . "-.--.A'' ' ',;s^'&M''BiVy&i Bicbmond ; ;i> Ar1($m;irood| .tyindaóty- , v y^ïVHolland ancKio,, Windsor Z¿ .^§|trib8ôn andjMdworth, Bichmónd á^^^Ñ^tsA;! ;."'. y.. - ? S' ïfie ''énnjstó&pÍPoje Fftiit Co, 3â Bathurst y-^;<A,8tr^^fèydn^, ?' <?/'-'... .-? - frrndtxiie WaretôUBe . ^ . vO, J. tgwshe^ 7.8 WüI¡am-sí.,Sydne...

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

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT PRICES ! ! 3". "VST. A1Ü.LISOX, Chemist & Surgeon dentist, Riehmond. Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, bei» ".ty and natural appearance j guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stumps ! if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All pental Work being DONE j UPON THE PEE M18 ES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. ! CONSULTATIONS FE EH, | THE DRUG DEPARTMENT will 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 TeBted and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. \ J. W. ALLISÖN, RICHMOND. Mr. G. W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush," Sydney, ÖAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOK-STHKET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. AH Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. 4...

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OUR FALLEN SOLDIERS. A MONUMENT TO THEIR MEMORY. UNVEILED BY SIR JOHN SEE. "NO BETTER SOLDIERS WENT FROM AUSTRALIA!" AN IMMENSE GATHERING OF PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

OUR FALLEN SOLDIERS. A MONUMENT TO THEIR MEMORY. UNVEILED BY SIE JOHN SEE. "NO BETTER SOLDIERS WENT FROM AUSTRALIA AN IMMENSE GATHERING OF PEOPLE. The muffled drum's sad roll bas beat The soldier's last tattoo ; No more OD life's parade shall meet That brave and fallen few. On Fame's eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread, But Glory guards, with'solemn round, The bivouac of the dead. Yon marbia minstrel's voiceless stone In deathless song shall tel), When many a vanquished age hath flown, The story how ye fell ; Nor wreck, nor charge, nor winter's blight Nor time's remorseless doom, Shall dim one ray of glory's light That gilds your deathless tomb. Some months ago it was décidée by the people of Windsor to immor talize the memory of some of om brave lads, including Farrier-Sergeant George Jennings Dickson, son of the late Mr. George Dickson, of Windsor ; Trooper Charles John Gosper, son of Mrs. G. Pye, of Newtown, Wiadsor ; Trooper George Archie Montgomery, son, of Mrs...

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

..._K^: -;'éJLs> - * vM^apérs^^ BrÄntfotfl $Sm&&;«5¿¡: ; sSiS&fc. Grain and Fertilizer Drille- * . * , Spring - Tooth Cultiv^torÀ c Harrows^-12 disc, 14 tU«»1 - - "' " ' Diamond Harrows-6 sizes . . . Çcuffier^-f-Tàrîbùs ffl^sitai^-^tylOT Hows-rr-ali sizes,>ad styles / ; Í y; "TeetléeB V Binder& ïhrasner Oil y ! " Blue, Ribbon" . & Bed Star " ;_? - * Binder Twine ' / - { Traction Engmes W^re&hers, " ; - C. S. MANURES TOR M POTATO MANURES. DEPARTMENT OF AGBlöÜiTüBE'S WAS WON BY GROWER WHO USED : /\ SHIRIiXSY S FSK,TIXiIS£3a (Yield-10 TONS 12 CWT. 2 aRS. per acre.) TwoUnmanured Acres Only Yielded 7 tons 6 cwt. 1 qr. and 3 tons 10 cwt. 1 qr. 24lbs. each. - THE WINNER OF THE SECOND PRIZE ALSO USED - SHIRLEY'S FERTILISER (Yield-10 tons 7 cwt. 2 qre. lOlbs ) (£T See-'* Agricultural Gazette" August 1902. '.5 GEO. SHIRLEY & 00. MANUBE MEECHANTS, . t ; and and Property tats. Ul PINKSTONE & COLLISON, QÈORÔÊ-STREET, WINDSOR/ ...

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

THE Cyele Home, George-street, E. HAYES. Ageiit ÍÜÍ Benneît ^Wood, Sydney. OUR LEADING LINES. ROYAL SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Road ster, Road Racer, or Path Racer. Price £23 10s. cash ; £25 10s. terms. Bates £7 deposit, £110s. 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. Price-£18 10s. cash ; £15 terms. Rates-£5 deposit, £ 1 2s 6d per month. " Free Wheels " and " Back Rim Brakes" fitted to all our Bicycles at an Extra Cost of £2 10s. All SPEEDWELL Bicycles carry ont usual GUARANTEE against defects in Material or Workmanship fur 12 months. GOOD SECOND HAND MACHINES from £6 10s., £8 10â.,£10 10s., £11, £11 10s. Easy Terms-£2 deposit, £1 per month. All Sundries Kept at Sydney Prices. Dunlop Tyres from Ins, to 23s. Oceanic Tyres from 14s. 6d. to 21s. Vulcanised Tyres from Hs. 6d. to £1 7s. Gd. Inner Tubes from 6s. 6d ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECU...

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When Our Beards Were Black. (By "Old Ned" in the "Sydney Sportsman.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

There ;was^^iiitöf^äÄ^Ärga i'ustabouti thié Ito^á^^^'t. %ï )an Mayne \^ . »ot up io^ pan'f ^e^atlon>¿ After the township was/aur^eyedj ;.'aji'd allot ments sold, X thiele Murgastood as a town in name only ipr "many a year. I had: almost forgotten to mention that Dan Mayne on one occasion de featedSir Hercules Robinson's Specu lation with Andromeda. Spéculation was at one time owned by John Smith, of Mamre, South Creek! If I mistake not, it was at Mudgee that Andromeda broke down. Dan Mayne had old Marske up there at the same meeting. ' Tbç last time that. I remember Dan Mayne to have, paid a visit to Mudgee was on the occasion of good old Gyp Forde's funeral; This reminds me, Gyp sold his grey horse Atlas to" Alf. Jackson. As the Melbourne Cup is only just over, I must not forget to mention Calamia's year. , Charlie Yorke, an old sport, who once owned Lauristina, in oompany with Dan Mayne journeyed over to see Mr. De Mestre's Calamia, with 8st 2lb in the saddle, win the Melbourne...

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WEDDING. PRICE—SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

WEDDING! PBICE-SIMPSON. There was a very attractive «redd at Wilberforce on Wednesday 1 when Miss May (" Maysie ") Sirups eldest daughter of Mr. L H. Simps J.P., of Wilberforce, was united holy matrimony to Mr. Percy Pr of Penrith, and operator in the Albi Telegraph office The ceremony \ performed by the Eev. B. Dinning, Penrith, formerly in charge of Windsor Wesleyan circuit. The w ding took place in the Wilberfo Methodist church. Strange to say, is the second wedding that has ei taken place in the church, the fi one being the bride's parents. T church was beautifully decorated the girl friends of tbd bride. At t entrance of the church a floral ar nad been constructed, and also one th,^ chancel, into which wasinterwov the initiais of the bride and brid groom - *'M. 6." and "P.P." - marguerites. The pulpit aod fro of th« church were one mass of lili and fern*, the whole effect being ve pleasing. Long before the time fix fdr the wedding, the church w packed with people. Both before a...

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

THE TROTTING STALLION DUXEDO Will Stand This Season at Richmond. DUXEDO is by Tuxedo (imp.), dam by Honesty (imp.), grand-dam by Childe Harold (imp.), great-gränd-dam by Cossack. He ie a beautiful black, and for sbape, style, and speed will be very difficult to beat. TERÍIS, Paddock . £5 5s a mare. Brought to Horse... £i 3s a iHBre. Inspection Invited. Further Particulars on application to D. C. W. HOWELL-PRÎCE, Bichmond. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON through Lower Hawkesbury and St. Albans District, THE PURE-BRED DRAUGHT HORSE, YOUNG CHAMPION ll. YOUNG CHAMPION II. is 5-yearsold, and is by Young Champion ; dam from a Shield bearer mare (imp.) ; gd from a Scotchman mare (imp ) ; ggd from a Con queror mare (imp.) ; gggd from an Old Tom mare (imp.) ; ggggd from a Drayman mare (imp.) Terms on application to P. BUSHELL, Wilberforce. TO TÄAVBI, THIS SEASON Through tiie Hawkesbury District, THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAUGHT .. STALLION OF TASMANIA, Royalist IL EOYALIST II. isa pure-bred Clydesdale, well...

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

ir RICHMOND. I A son of Mr, S. Smith, of Franci street, is laid up with rheumatics. ii Nearly'ail the rates for the Coui eil have been collected for the yea |. Mr. W. Maughan, for many yeai ijri the employ of Mr. H. R. Hill, hi gone to Riverstone to work. Mr. W. Douglas has secured a jo of bricklaying at the Wagga Exper mental Farm. The second round of the Schof of Arts billiard tournament for DJ Helsham's trophy has commenced. Messrs. Guest and Skuthorp wi] offer for sale at their Richmom sale yards to-morrow week the pro perty situated at Comleroy Road known as Michael Young's Cl3 The property will most likely b sold without reserve, ¡so that specu latore'should look ont for a bargain : Tho residents'nf Richmond and th surrounding district, who are desirou of having- their children taught tb piano or orgtm cannot rio botter thai place them-under the charge of Mrs C. Eather, organist pf St. Matthew'i Church, Windsor, who visits Rich mond every Monday aud Thursday Special arrangemen...

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

"JL" XX **s i Leading GROCER WILL MOSES, Junr. George-street, Windsor E Still has the Reputation of Keeping the Best Stock in Town -OF All Goods of Best Quality only. Fam ilies waited on daily for orders. BACON, CHEESE, & COJÎFEOTIONEEY the Best in Town. GEO. ROBERTSON, MONUMENTAL MASON, WINDSOR, CAN BU pp] j you with the Host Up-to-date Headstones, Tablets. Fonte, in Granite, Marble, and Stone-, at loweBt prices. Iron Railings and Kerbstones. Write for quotations before ord ¿ring elsewhere. IS GROCERY. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE ls charmingly situated In'its own park like grounds of is 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, Bo...

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

IRRIGATION ! IRRIGATION ! ! THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers Sqaattsr, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, tobe SUCCESSFUL, must havé SUFFICIENT WATER for Gra«s, Crop«, etc. Failing the Natural Means-that is. RAIN-tbe Ingenuity of Man is taxed to Supply this Want. Raving a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to send a Representative to aduse as to the BoBt Means »if IRRIGATING YOUR LAND, and will UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT ia WORKING ORDER. No Charge is made for Estimates should Business result ; ^otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses OQly will be charged. These Patent Wrought Galvanised Pipes are superior to all other« 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 PEICES AND PARTICULASS, APPLY TO S ZOLLNER, 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY. GIBSON...

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

r RIVERSTONE, Mr. J. WoDSon Bent several of his Homer pigeons to a pigeon match at Forbes last week, and, to his surprise, one of them returned home on' Tues dayr-a distance of 289. Mr. D. Donoghue has finished his contract of erecting a new cottage for Mr. Joseph, on the spot where the ? fire took place last New Year's eve. Another batch of men sailed for New Zealand on Saturday. The metal-breakers who were en gaged on the Windsor Road have finished their contract, and have taken their departure. Mr. J. Pomfret returned from Queensland on Friday evening. He says it is in a deplorable state, and wat the people over there are half starved. Á number of Riverstone bandsmen went to Windsor on Saturday to help to strengthen the band, which played on the occasion of the unveiling of the monument. We hear thát «orne of the Windsor players intend returning the compliment, and are coming to help our boys to-morrow night. Messrs. J. Hayes and J. Brown got a good haul cf perch in South Greek o...

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PAULL—SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 28 November 1902

PAULL --SMITH   A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the Church of England, Katoomba^ on Wednesday week, the contracting parties being Mr. Hiram Paull, son of Mr. E. Paull, of Richmond, and Miss Smith, of Katoomba. The church was nicely decorated with ferns and flowers, and was packed to overflowing. The officiating minister was the Rev. Russell. After the ceremony the party adjourned to the residence of the bride's parents, where a splendid breakfast was laid. Mr. and Mrs. Paull subsequently left for the Hawkesbury district to spend the h on ey moon. T hey were the recipients of many valuable presents.

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