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DAMAGE TO A SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

DAMAGE TO A SULKY. George Curtis, of Windsor, was proceeded against by Henry Sku thorp, of North Richmond, for the sum of £10, damage to a sulky. Mr. J. Williamson (Sydney) ap peared for Skuthorp, and Mr. H. Levein (Sydney) and Mr. R. B. Walker for Curtis. This was a case that arose out of the recent accident on the road to North Richmond. Mr. Levein pointed out that the Bench had no jurisdiction, and then went on to read the information. Curtis lived in Windsor, and under Section 18 of the Small Debts Act, he would have to be sued at the Court where he resided. That was the law, and therefore the Bench had no jurisdiction. Mr. Williamson said that, as far as jurisdiction was concerned^ Mr. Levein's point would go for nothing. The defence had been lodged, and the Bench were justified in hearing it. Curtis was carrying on business as a wood-cutter at Richmond, the damage was done at Richmond, and he had come there to defend it. The Bench had full and complete jurisdiction to act, and...

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Richmond Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Richmond Police Court. - . í .Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire V.M., and W. Dunstan, J. McNeilj C. S. Guest, and W. Mitchell, J.P. RIOTOUS BEHAVIOR. Albert Marlin, Victor Smith, Car Smith, Sydney Smith, Janies Pye Robert Marlin, James Shields, anc Walter Drayton were charged wit! riotous behavior in East Market street, Richmond, on 22nd ultimo. Plea^ not guilty. Sen.-Constable Illingworth prose, cuted, and Mr. H. Levein appeared for the defendants. Sen.-Constable Illingworth de posed ; Between 12 and 1 a.m. on 22nd November, in company with Constable Pritchard, I went to East Market-street, and there saw the defendants, who were making a great noise, talking, &c. They were using obscene language. Listened for some time. Mrs. Smith, the house keeper at the Royal hotel, came out on the balcony and said, " Your language is most disgrace ful." One of tïie defendants called out, " If you don't like it, don't listen to it." Then someone said ** Boo-hoo," and the remainder com menced ...

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Richmond Petty Sessions. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Richmond Petty Sessions. YESTERDAY. I Before Messrs. C. S. Guest, W. Dunston, W. Mitchell, and - J. McNeely, J.P. LOCKE V. WHOLOHAN. This was a claim for balance due, £2/7/1. Wholohan put in a set off for ¡ supply of goods, etc. He deposed j having paid a certain amount by cheque, which was contradicted by Locke. The Bench gave Wholohan ten minutes to get a statement from the bank as to the payment. Wholohan left the court, and on returning, handed a statement from the manager of the bank, which the Bench considered confirmed what the plaintiff stated. The Bench gave a verdict for 15/ and costs of court in fávor of plaintiff.

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PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

PROTECTION. Henry Austin Kew in sought to haye Samuel Banchett bound over to keep t^e peace. Plaintiff apprehended violence io his person at defendant's hands, and wanted him compelled to "keep his tongue and his hands to himself in future " Defendant consented to be bound over, and his own recognisance of £10 was accepted as a guarantee of his good behaviour for a period of six months. Costs of court, 7/10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

TEN BOLD. ASSERTIONS. Regarding Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1. It affords quick relief in cases of colic, cholera morbus and pains in thc stomach. 2. It never fails to effect a cure in the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea. 3. It is a sure cure for chronic diarrhoea. 4. It can always be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum. 5 It cures epidemical dysentery. % 6. It prevents bilious colic 7. It is prompt and effective in curing all bowel complaints. 8 It never pioduces bad re%ults. 6. lt is pleasant and safe to take. 10. It has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in the world. These are bold assertions to make regard ing any medicine, bot there is abondant, proof of everyone of the above statements regarding this remedy. Every household should have a bottle at hand. Get it to day. lt may save« life. For nie by B. A. Pye, chemist, Windsor ; Simpson and Holdsworth, Richmond*

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, Nov. 28. Before Messrs. W. Hull and W. I. Perry, J.P. WIFE MAINTAINENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, NÖV. 28. Before Messrs. W. Hull and W. I. i Perry, J.P. j WIFE MAIHXAINENCB. George Hayman, who was up a fortnight previously, on a charge of neglecting to comply with an order of the court for the support of his wife, was again summoned on a similar charge, but did not appear. Adjourned till Tuesday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

U A Y Z? Then . . Get . . Your . . Groceries . FROM W. G. i. PENDERGAST (LATE DICK BEOTHEBS', GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. TRY HIS FAMOUS KINKÁRA TEA. WINES OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS. Everything at Lowest Priées. THE_ Leading GROCER is WILL MOSES, Junr. George-street. Winter HE Still has the Reputation of: Keeping the Best Stock in Town -OF GROCERY. All Goods of Best Quality only. Fam ilies waited on daily for orders. BACON, CHEESE, & CONFECTIONERY the Best in Town. CLEAN SMALL GOODS ! FRESH SMALL GOODS ! PRIME SMALL GOODS COLONEL'MAYNE [ "VTOTIFIES that he has the Very Best Xii Articles in the shape of German Sausages, Saveloys, Black and White' Pad dings, Beef, Pork, and Garlic Sausages, Ham and Chicken, Fried and Smoked, Fish» Oysters, Lobsters, Pies, Pigs' Trotters, ic.» &c. always on hand. ; BEST PASTEURISED BUTTER, ALWAYS FRESH. GROCERIES AT SYDNEY PRICES. FRESH SUPPLIES EVERY DAY. THOROUGH CLEANLINESS OBSERVED. Motto : " Small Profits and Quick Returns." NOTE THE ADDR...

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PROPOSALS FOR RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

PROPOSALS FOR RELIEF. The following resolutions were submitted as a result of the confer ence of the heads of the various sections of the State Parliament : 1. That, immediate action be taken v by the Government to afford relief in authenticated cases of distress and temporary destitution in the drought areas; and that special action be taken in respei t of localities where the water supply has failed. 2. That as many public works as possible be put in hand in the drought stricken districts, such works having been already approved of by Parlia ment. 3. That the Minister for Public Works believes he can find employ ment for a large amount of labour in the towns and country on legitimate public works already approved of by Parliament. That the sum of £20,000 be provided to supply work of a reproductive character for destitute persons in districts where no author ised public works are in progress. 4. Shat the Advances to Settlers' Act should be extended so as to em power the board to m...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

To Correspondents. ?'Chris"-: Thanks for your yarn, "Christmas Outing on the River." Our Christmas number appears on the 19th. Thanks also for that photo *, but it is hardly good enough to make a block from. A.J.McC. : Poem most acceptable, j Try and get that short story off in ' good time. You ought to enter for our story competition at next show. Thanks for congratulations on new style of our paper. Glad you think it an improvement. W. Wallis, Cootamundra: That par. re wanting some one down here to supply you with fruit must have been the means of your getting a lot of letters, judging by the number of orchardists who called in to ask for your address. J C. : We'll put that par. in ; but you might have squeezed uè out an advt.- if only à 2s. one ! The religious bodies in this district, as a rule, are too strong altogether on the "free advt." business. Enough to make the pressman swear !. Will have to enforce the rule which applies every where else - namely, " not a line about anyt...

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Drought Losses and Government Help. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Drought Losses and Govern ment Help., (To the Editor.) Sir,-As one of those who have suf fered pretty heavily by the drought, I may be permitted to say something of the suddenly aroused interest of all political parties in the welfare of the pastoralists and farmers. For a long time now the productive capital of New South Wales has been steadily depleted, until at last it has begun to affect the incomes and wages of those outside the farming and grazing classes. Farmers and pastoralists are practically unrepresented in our State Parliament, with its three parties representing the professional and trading communities and the organised or union workmen, whose interests are temporarily served by lavish expendi ture of wealth, which farmers and pastoralists must ultimately be respon sible for, as their capital is fixed, and they are tied to the land. Now, after a conference of all parties in the House, we are to have remission or postponement of rents and instalments, with distribution ...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, DEC. 5, 1902. FODDER DUTIES Not to be Suspended. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, DBC. 5, 1902. FODDER DUTIES Not to be Suspended. Melbourne, Thursday. The decision of the Federal Cabinet on the question of the suspension of breadstuffs and forage duties on account of the drought in New South Wales and Queensland was officially made known to-day. The Commonwealth Government, in a letter forwarded to Sir John See, pointed out that it did not think fit to depart from the attitude it had previously assumed on the question.

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What "They Say" and What Is. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

What "They Say" and I What ls. (To the Editor.) Sir,-What people say is not always in accord with fact. How are we to understand this : " They say that the Hawkesbury is qn the list of the fortune-favored parts of the State." "Fortune-favored" by Nature or by .Government ? If the former is meant, then am I in agreement, for the whol< district is so favored ; and if results are not so good as they should be, it is the people's own fault. Nature has done much, man but little ; and though in that recently published list of electorates benefltting by State grants" of money, the Hawkesbury showed up fairly well, I am bold enough -to say that much of the money was expended in the wrong places-or, to put it in another way, more of it should have been expended about Windsor-I mean on the creek or river, of course. The fact of Mr. J. T. Jones building a suitable steamer for the Windsor trade, and the commendations heaped upon him for MB enterprise, abun dantly prove my contention ...

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

COMING EVENTS. (A.8 advertised in this or previous issnes of the " Hawkesbury Herald." NEXT FRIDAY EVENINO. - Convent Pupilb' Concert at Richmond. BOXING DAY. - Sports at Wiseman's Ferry.

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NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

NORTH RICHMOND. A terrifie thunderstorm passed over here cn Weduesday. Rain fell in torrente, as much as three inches being recorded in places.

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Rifle Shooting. Following are the scores of a prac tice which took place on Wednesday week, in connection with the Wind sor Civilian Eifle Club :- . ; ' ^OOyas 600yds Tl. J. Hall ... . . ... - 28 Ú 63 J. Chandler ... 24 .21 52 A. Waters . 25 25 50 J. Gray .« ... 19 25 44 W. Boxhall ... ... 24 18 42 O.Chester . 19 20 39 A. Stearn . 20 16 36 J. Eagles... ... 16 13 29 J. Hull's TAKGET AT 600YDS. The usual weekly practice of the Windsor Civilian Bifle Club was held at the rifle range on Wednesday afternoon at the 200 and 300 yards ranges. Seven shots were fired at each of these ranges, when some good shooting was done. To fill in the afternoon members went to the i 00 yards» range, and fired 5 shots station ary, and 5 shots at unknown distances -ranging from 75_to 150 yards. This proved an excellent practice, as each man knew the value of his shooting, the disc being put on after each shot, giving an opportunity to vary the elevation as required. Following are the principal scores : J. ...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

RICHMOND. j Whilst riding home from Kurrajong on Monday evening, Mr L. J. Holds worth met with a slight accident. He was thrown on the road opposite the Black Horse hotel, through his pony stumbling on the loose .metal. He had one of his hands badly grazed, and was otherwise scratched about. The pony was also considerably knocked about. If you want to save money send your orders along to E. 8. Paull, IX.L. Store, Market-street, Rich mond. He is selling groceries cheaper than any other store in town.* A splendid piece of picking out is to be seen on Mr. Grant's buggy, in Mitchell and Oo.'s yard. The whole job reflects great credit on the painter and designer. An accident happened to Captain Wakeham on Wednesday last, in Windsor-street. He was driving a rather fractious horse, who, in his endeavours to get away, threw himself down. A serious accident was averted by the aid of Mr. F. Rodda, who pluckily ran and caught the animal by the head. The only damage sustained was a broken shaft...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

AQUATICS. George Towns, the champion sculler, who arrived by the'Orontes, was pre sented with an address of ~ welcome from the Victorian Rowing Associ ation on Wednesday. Mr. H. G. Turner (president) said that Australia had reason to be proud of George Towns, who, in winning the sculling championship of the world, had upheld the honor of the flag in a manner they could hardly hope to see surpassed.

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

RIVERSTONE. Killing at the local meat works ha| I improved a little of late. One thou sand sheep are being slaughtered nightly. The beef, however, keeps very slack. i Mr. Lobban, who was relieving Mr. Myers at the local public school during the latter's illness, paid Riverstone a visit on Wednesday last. * Mr. J. Shirley, fettler, is on bis holidays, and visited every town along the Western line as far as Orange. He says the place is in a deplorable I state up that way, I Mr. S. Joseph has made improve ments to his shop recently vacated by Mr. T. Schoffel, by putting in a large show window. Beautiful rain, fell here last Friday, and has freshened up the grass pad docks considerably. Mr. A. Nelson has secured the Rouse Hill-Kiverstone mail this year for the sum of £30. He starts'bn January 1. Messrs GK Terry and T. Bumery purchased a nice lot of heifers and steers at St. Marys last Saturday. A big price was paid for them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

? ». V .-at,*»*.. « Strong Iron Fry Pan Tin Buckets, 1/3 lin Dippers, 4d * Baking Dishes, 1/ Tin Wash Basins, fed Iron Saucepans, from 1/H Knife Boards, 63 Watering Cans, from 1/ Eto.r Etc. -.?rv:.-Y s. .-,,t*rm-' -"««viKfJSWW ëaaaiu î#a^a, fl Plough C^ea;^illi:3^i0ÍiMpB-r Net Meatllfcs t^#- m Etc.. Eto. ' ? -fe ^*,*f4&!!~' .sr;-hi AT SY0NEY MB. Tumbers, lj9 per half »dozen Wine Glasses, ail prices Cups and Saucers, from 4¿¿ Glass Sugar Basics, 7d 1 quart Lightning ITriiit Jare, 2/9 per half-dozen New Design Olafe*tepon Squeezers, 6d Dinner 8ete, "Toilet gets, etc, Just Opened LOOK OUT for our List of. Xmas Dolls and s. ALL LINES CUT. Give Us a Gall, mi See for Yourselves. SIMPSON AND HOLDSWORTH, 5fi5ffftJft1lWtt;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO . . . Don't get your Photo taken before seeing our Exhibit at the SHOW next week. Brinsmead Pianos " t are Britain's Best. They hold a reputation in these States for fine tone quality and great durability. They will . last a lifetime. ," " . . JV . > £-*s4/^» i- ?"-^^ Eásy Time Paymeñts. * Catalogues Free. Old Pianos taken in Exchange. PALING'S 338 George-st., Sydney.

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