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The Richmond Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

; The Richmond Bridge. la the Assembly 4ast Friday after nöoi»iHMr. O'Sullivan moved for leave to bring in a bill to. sanction the con struction of a bridge over the Hawkes River at Eichmond, and for other purposes. He said that the structure 1 was estimated to cost £22,000, the existing bridge being 46 years old, and not likely to last much longer. | The bridge was necessary for the | interests of an important and thriving 1 district. Leave was given, and the bill was brought in and read a first time. i Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick said he would have something to say at a later stage, as a certain amount of criticism had been heaped upon him over the ; question. ' S ;\' :,)?'í Thé bül was made .an order ' of tho . day for Tuesday. . -

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KURRAJONG. EXIT REV. M. GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

KURRAJONG. EXIT #EV. M.1 GRAT. General regret is expressed at the contemplated departure of Rev. SI. Gray, who is to take ..charge of the parish of Pyrmont (Sydney) the first week in next month. The reverend gentleman has. labored in these vineyards for a goodly period -some ll or 12 years, we under stand. And a trojan he has proved himself to.be. Indeed, he bas been doing two men's work. Extending the church services, he has been taking three services each Sunday, * and traveling from 20 to 45, and sometimes 50, miles a day, besides " doing four or five, days a week in the sulky, visiting. During Mr. Gray's time a large amount of money has been raised for the extinction of the church debt, and for the improvement and repairs of church and parsonage property, besides meeting current expenses ; and all this, notwithstanding the heavy losses the parish has sustained by the deaths and removals of many of the old and principal parishioners. There is now not a penny of debt on any of the...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

FREEMAN'S REACH. The local Progress Association hare been getting a petition signed for the raising and widening of the road in G orri ck'a lane, at the culvert. The list #will probably close to-morrow. The improvement would be a benefit to the whole district, and we trust that success will attend the efforts to get same. Mrs. F. A. Greentree, of Barrínguin, and daughter of Mr. W, Turnbull, of Wi J bei force, is spending a holiday with her friends. Miss Vida and Mr. Sid Ezzy, of Milthorpe, are spending holidays with Mrs. G. Greentree. There is every ? prospect of a prolific crop of stone fruit around here this season. Already a large quantity has - Ibeen sent away, and good prices have been realised. Mr. Sanders, who has been managing Mr. S. T. Greenwells orchard at the BuHridge for 6ome time, has gone to Fiji. Mr. Fred. Dunstan, of Windsor, has gone out to manage the property. Mrs. Hilton Clarke has been very ill at Woolwich, on the liane Cove River, where she has been spending a h...

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

TENNIS. Owing to the inclemency of the weather on Friday last the match set down for Saturday afternoon, between Windsor superior Public School Teachers' Club and Sackville, was j abandoued. A. telegram was ? sent I from Windsor on Friday evening, call ing the match off. Several of the Sackvilleites, not having been advised, journeyed to Windsor. They were met by the local players, and a good afternoon's practice was put in on the new courts in Farlow's paddock. The i visitors were entertained at tea pro ' vided by Mrs. E. J. Cupitt. Following are the scores : Fouler and Podmore r. A. Stiibbs and Mitchell 4-G [ Misses Marden and Holland v. Miss Wood house and Mrs. Mitchell, 6-4 Broughton and Collison v. F. Stubbs and W. Woodhouse. 5-6 Pinkstone and Miss Barnett v. A Stubbs and Miss Woodhouse, 4-f> lîropghton and Miss Holland v. W. Wood house and Miss Woodhouse, 2-6 Podmore and Miss Marden v. Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell, 6-0 Ross and Miss" Bojd v. H. Woodhouse and Mrs. Mitchell. 6-...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

MARSDEN PARK. Mt. Lane, late of Hordern'«, Wilton Park, is now employed at the Clydes dale stables. One of the juveniles displayed great presence ot - mind and courage in rescuing a fellow school-mate from, drowning on Sunday week last. We will not mention names, as the young ster in fault would get what he calls "paddy whack*' if his parents heard of the occurrence. A mare belonging to Messrs. White Bros., of the Gladstone Poultry Farm, has dropped a foal by Lord Lyon, which shows all the good qualities of its sire. Miss Ruby Witts, of Bathurst,' is at present rebiding here. We understand the young lady intends staying for two rr thrre months. Aojongst tue many visitors at present Ktaviuir in ti.« district we noticed Mis Arthur Mi Donnell and family, Mrs. White, Miss Angle, and Mr. Robert Kiss. Now the Riverstone Road is in good orJer, aud, iu our humbie opinion, doe» not requiie aïjy further«tteur.oti, improvements st iou ld be made on the rodd to Schofield's Siding, past David's ...

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

HOSIERY AT SPECIAL PRICES. .Ladies' Black Hose, dd per pair, or 3 pairs for 1/ ? Black Cashmere Hose, 10£d Superior Cashmere Hose, seamless, 1/ per pair, or 3 pairs for 2/11 Black and Tan Lace Hose, 1/ per pair Girls' Ribbed Hose, 4d, ôd, 6d Girls' Ribbed Cashmeres, from 10¿d per pair Ladies' Undervests, from 4£d Superior ditto, from lOd to 2/11 D. HOLLAND & CO. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. Chemises, Nightdresses, Combina tionB, Snickers ; a splendid selection ; from 1/11 to 12/6 each garment. ßpecial Reductions to Buyers ot a Large Parcel. MUSLIN APRONS, large size, from 1/ each LACE COLLARETTES, from 1/3 to 3/11 GLACE SILKS, black, white, and colors, 1/11J per yard LADIES' BLOUSES, from 1/11 to 5/11 DRESS SKIRTS. Black Alpacca, from 5/11 to 18/6 WHITE PIQUE, from 5/11 Elpe Mininera for Elptms. At Moderate Prices. Try D. HOLLAND & CO. PRINTS. PRINTS. 3£d per yard, or 2/11J per dozen. Better Qualities, from 4¿d to 7£d yard GREY SHEETINGS, from ofd yard WHITE CALICOES, from...

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

COLLEGE NOTES. Un Wednesday of last week a number of the orchard students, under the guidance of Mr. J. Alford, were j taken on an excursion to Dr. Fiaschi's vineyard and several orchards along the river. Mr. Bennett, son of the proprietor of the " Evening News " and " Town and Country Journal," paid a visit to the College on Monday. Mr. Bennett is managing his father's estate at Camden. Dr. Hozier, formerly of Windsor, paid the institution a visit last week. Mr. Hammond, of Coolgardie (W.A.), also paid the College a visit. « Harvesting is proceeding with the usual vigor, and whilst the crops are very short and light, they are healthy and sweet. The senior students, who are on lectures, are going up for their cer tificates next month. They are throw ing their whole energies into study, and have been called every morning at half-past 4 o'clock, at their own request. Some of. them turn out even earlier than this, which shows they are up to their work. - The entrants for the " Daily Te...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [We shall be pleas«! to receive every week from secretaries of clubs any items of interest for publication in this colnmn .-Editor, j y

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

THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE Is charmingly situated In Its own park like grounds of 13 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, tout 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, Book-keeping, &c. FEES, from £9 9s. per QUARTER, which includes all subjects of Educ «ion, good Board,-Laundry, and Mending. NO EXTRAS. Boj s need Business Education ; and sending them to College strengthens their cha acter and makes them feel the value and worth of home. Do not worry er governesses, but send your boys here, where they will haye a good me, and receive a thorough education under experienced masters. Prosp ces, &c, on application to the ESTABLISHED io YEARS. Principal Rockdale Colle...

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

GEO. ROBERTSON, MONUMENTAL MASON, WINDSOR C\N supply yon with the Most üp-to-date Headstone?, Tablets, FontB, &c, H Granite, Marble, and Stone, at lowest prices. Iron Railings and Kprbstone*. Write for quotations before ordering else w tm e PICNIC P\RTíES Rupplieii at reasonable rates with Pannikins. *' Billies.'' etc. AU kinds cf Crockiry. Toya, and Fancy Wate. MR§. J. f. SMITH, (ie.rgc-street, Windsor.

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

RICHMOND. Owing to the rain on Friday nig last the u*»al weekly meeting- of £ Monica'^ Yoting Men's Soeiety lapse Mr. Percival, brother of Mr. J. < Percival, of the kcal Butter Factor has left on a trip to Japan. Mr. J. C. Horn's windows ai beautifully aplaye 1 with Christan carde, auû presenta quite au attracts appearance. P Miss Beula Simpson, a pupil at tl Bichmond Convent, han pas-ed lu initiatory examination in connectic with the recent Sydney College » Music. On Tuesday week a little son of M: Fred. Mitchell, of Grose Vale, had h shoulder hurt whilst playing at scboo The little fellow did not complai about it until Monday, when hi father brought him in to Dr. Helshan On £xf»nipation it was found th child'« collar bone had been broken. Tb'* fallowing tenders for convej ance (if mails for the coming year hav been «coepted : Bich mond and Kurra jong Heights, ¡á. b\ Ounston, £95 Bichmond to Grose Vale, H. K. Hill £44. Following are the lowest tender for road contracts o...

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

WINDSOR v. RICHMOND H.H. The above teams met on the former's wicket on Wednesday afternoon, the result being an easy \»in for Windsor. The scores were-Richmond H.H. 82 ; Windsor, 6 wickets for 128. For the winners B. Ward made 44 retired, Bowman 32, 0. Dean 24 not out, and A. Maguire 12; while for the losers F. Woodhill contributed 32, and T. Allen 17. H. Bowman and C. Farlow boiled best for Windsor, and F. Woodhill and T. Allen divided the honors for Richmond. Scores : RICHMOND H.H. F. Myers, b C. Farlow.* 2 T. Allen, c Dean, b Farlow . 17 D. Price, b Farlow . 9 F. Woodhill, c, b Bowman . 32 R, Walder, st. Fowler, b Farlow ... 3 A. Smith, st. Fowler, b Cobcroft ... 0 P. Drayton, c Cobcroft, b Bowman ... 8 t J. Smith, not out . 5 W. Hull, c Farlow, b Bowman ... Oj I W. Lang, c Farlow, b Higgins. I E. Hough, c Dean, b Bowman. S Sundries . 2 Total. 82 WINDSOR. H, Bowman, c Hough, b Woodhill ... 32 B. Ward, retired. ii I. Higgins, b Allen . 0 G. Cobcroft, c Smith, b Woodhill ... 3 R. F...

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CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR WINDSOR C.C., 1902—03. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

OBICKET. FlXTÜBBS FOB WINDSOB C.C., 1902-03. Pee. 13, v. Blacktown, at Windsor Dec. 20, v. Rouse Hill, at Bouse Hill Dec. 26, v. St. JoWa, at Windsor Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsor Jan. 3 and lo, v. Wilberforce, at Wiiberf'ce J&n. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan. 31, 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. li, v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, ac Parramatta

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

KURRAJONG. Mise Ruby Griffiths, daughter of Mr. A. A. Griffiths, of Balmain, has been spending a few weeks' holiday among her friends here. A son of Mr. W. Mayo met with an accident this week through a blow in the eye with a sharp stick. The little lad has been taken to a (Sydney hospital for treatment. It is feared he will lose the sight of thu eye.

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

GROSEWOLD. I Mr. and Mrs. A. Matheson have I gone for a trip to Bathurst. " That startling paragraph in last week's issue regarding the big catch of trout in the Grone caused quite s stir among the local followers of Isaac Walton, some of whom have spent many a patient hour during the past twelve months " whipping1' the stream, in vain for these much coveted fish. We happen to kdow that JMr. Burâ side didn't even Bee a trout, yet alone v catch forty! . ^ The orchards are looking at their best, and everyone is grateful for the splendid crops of fruit and fodder. The stone-fruit crop is particularly good and should bring good returns. Following Í8the monthly report of the Grosewold Provisional school :? Marks obtained in each class out of a possible 160 merit : First class : Vin cent Driscoll (7yrs 7mtbs), ISC; Marjorie Wood (5yrs 5mtbs), 142; Kitty Wood (7yrs), 140 j Daisy Wood (9yrs3mths), 139; Reta Allen (Ôyrs 7mths), 126. Second class: Phyllis Matheson (9yrs 7mths), 142; JMora Sti...

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

--awi CRUMBS SWEPT UP. One of the saddest items in t news of the week is the death of t Bev. Br. Joseph Parker, of the Gi Temple, London. The City Council elections < Monday were a blow to the lab parly. Out of 15 labor candidates only o was returned. ( Out of the 21 retiring aldermen w! sought re-election, 18 were retunw The latest idea!-that there is connection between the sun spots ai the weather. Beneficial rains have fallen in SOE . parts of the drought-stricken area the Stfate. It is estimated that there is now six months' supply of water Bourke. The mines at Cobar have received good supply of water, and minii operations that had been suspendí are being resumed. It was decided on Monday by tl Victorian State Executive Coun< that Mrs. Selina Sangal, sentenced death for the murder of her husban should be imprisoned for the term < her natural life. At Wollongong upwards of £11( has been distributed by the local reli committee to sufferers by the M...

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Presentation to Mr. C. S. Guest. THIRTY YEARS' SECRETARY-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Presentation to Mr. C. S. Guest. THIRTY YEARS' SECRETARY SHIP. On Tuesday, the committee of the Hawkesbury R.C. presented the secre tary, Mr. C. S. Guest, with a hand some cheque in recognition of his valuable services to that institution, during the past 30 years. Mr. Guest was appointed to the position of secre tary on September 21, 1872, on the motion of the late Mr. Andrew Town, seconded by Mr. A. C. M. Bowman, and has held office continuously since that date. The presentation not only marks the completion of 30 years* service, but also indicates the appreci ation «n i esteem in which MÏ. Guest is hel I by the members of th*e club.

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. We have had some peculiar weather here during the past fortnight, very hot days with thunderstorms at night. The mosquitos are very busy at night. Prawns are very plentiful in the river at present, several good catches have been made lately. Mr., Mrs., and the Misses Magic are spending a fortnight at the Hawkes bury hotel. They are delighted with the general appearance and surround ings of the Ferry. N. Murry, W. Bucks, and R. Higgs, are cruising the Hawkesbury River in the yacht " Canabelle." They, started from Broken Bay, thence to Cowan Creek, and on to Wiseman's, where they spent a few days with. Host Kelly, from who they secured every kindness and attention. Their destination is Sackville Reach, where they intend spending a few day. They are having a right jolly time of it. Mr. James Warn eley paid the Ferry a visit on Wednesday last, returning on Monday. He says he never saw the Ferry looking better than at pre sent. The old gentleman is owner of most part of ...

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Care for the Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 5 December 1902

Care for the Bpys. * -_ Some day your boys will go out into k the world to fight life's battles ; but now the responsibility rests with you, their parents, to see that they are drilled, trained, and armed for that long struggle. Many a brave good lad has gone down in the fray because bis brain has not been drilled and trained-because he has not been armed with a good education. . There are successful men in Aus tralia to-day who bear witness to their gratitude for the business training they received at Rockdale College, Sydney. The Kev. C. T. Forscutt, the principal, IB proud to know that he is turning out men who will be of value to their country. The reverend gen tleman recognises, however, that there are other things besides education which go to the making of a man, and both he and Mrs. Forscutt pay the closest attention to the lads in their care, many of whom are so far awav from their homes and parents.

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

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS. EMPERORS, and all the Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. Orchardists given every satisfaction. 911 ACRES of Good Agricultural Land duJLi equal to any in the district. On this property is erected P-rcomed House, 2 servants' roc ms »nd kitchen, «table, coach- I house, and necessarj outbuildings. Well j watered, and Freehold. Anyone desirinp a C"flrfirt»ble home should not miss inaction. EDWARD HENNESSY, Comleroy Road. jrjew and particulars can be ob* applying to ALFRED HANGER, Auctioneer, ¿c., Windsor.

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