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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

Established 1884. ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYDNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT, Consignments Promptly Attended to. Account Sales and Cheques RENDERED WEEKLY. Intercolonial Fruits . . . .... Always on Hand. GENERAL PRODUCE AGENT. Highest Market Prices Obtained For all Farm Produce. Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Every Attention given to consign- ments, & prompt returns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of fleer South Wales, Sydney. POST YOUR We Return all Watches duly Repaired, Post Free, with a Written Guarantee for 1 year To Nolan, Time fi ii) Watchmakers, For REPAIRS. era Three Shillings will pay for a new Cylinder... Three Shillings & Sixpence will pay for a New Stuff, Best Steel, Hip h'y Ft-M>-rt Sixpence will pay for Registering and Posting your Watch lo ns. Two ShllllnffS will pay for Cleaning your Waich or a new English Mainspring -. --- *-* J - az- azel Nickel Stop Watches, oar own make, gnar. 3 yrs., OZQ. Solid Nickel Keyle.'s Tlmelt« per. gn...

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WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

WAR NOTES. London " Daily Telegraph*' prii among the list of colonial contingei the words "New South Wales Bm rangers." The knighthood conferred on Lt Mayor Newton is recognition of hiss vices in organising volunteers for t front. The Natal papers spell it Ladismi By the way, how many people are awe that there are two Ladysmiths in Sou Africa ? Mr. Balfour has denied that the cat of friction between Sir W. Butler ai Sir Alfred Milner was the defence Kimberley. Temperance folk in Melbourne ha complained that one of the troopshi left a heavy trail of empty beer bottl in its wake. Owing to the large number of casui ties resulting from the playing of fix ball that game has been interdict among the troops on active service. The most popular officer now at t front-to judge, at any rate, by the sa of his photographs-is also the great« humourist-Baden-Powell, to wit. Lord Kitchener, before he left ti Soudan, issued a series of laws settlii land questions and regulating the s*le alcohol. No ...

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Answers to Questions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

Answers to Questions. X.Y.Z. wishes to know (1) whether there is any understood legal condition pertaining to property leased or let on the halves system 1 (2) what the owner of the property has to do beyond letting the property to entitle him to a halt' share ? and (3) what conditions are ex- pected of the lessee 1 (1) There are no set legal conditions governing this, it is purely a matter of mutual trust or partnership, as the case might be. (2) In some cases the owner provides half the grain ; it is usually un- derstood that he should receive half the profits, after the auctioneers' commission and freight charges have been deducted. (3) All work, planting, etc, is done by the lessee, but the produce is usually marketed in the name of the lessor, or both conjointly. This is a matter where- in so maDy complications arise that we would advise you before entering into a matter of this kind to consnlt your so- licitor and have a properly drawn up agreement. This, in our opinion, would...

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RICHMOND. Hawkesbury Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

RICHMOND. Hawkesbury Race Club. The following rights for the meet ' ing of 7 ch April were sold on Tues- day last : Saddling Paddock Bars, £15 Mr. George Cobcroft. Luncheon Boom, £5/5/- Mrs. Beveridge. Outer Stalls, £1/10/--Mr. J. Asleton. Outer Booths, £1-Mrs. Edwards. Entrance Gates, £51 -Mr. H. Ford. A total of 117 entries for the 5 races has been received, including 10 locally.

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

Wedding Bells. The marriage of Miss Lily Miles, of Richmond, to Mr. Thos. H. Newel, of Sydney, was celebrated by Dr. Cameron on Wednesday last at the Presbyterian Church. The bride looked very pretty in a becoming white muslin costume. Miss Alice Newel acted as brides- maid, and Mr. Thos. Miles as " best man." Only friends of the bride and bridegroom were present at the Church. After the ceremony an adjournment was made to the residence of the bride's parents, .where a splendid breakfast awaited* the happy party. Mr. Steve Bun- ston proposed a toast to the health and happiness of the newly-wedded couple in a neat speech, to which Mr. Newvl responded. After the breakfast merry-making was in dulgedin until the time of the train's departure drew nigh, when afoach, to which were attached a pair of I handsome greys, conveyed the party to the station, where showers of rice and good wishes followed the happy couple as the train moved Sydney wards, at which place they will in future ieside....

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WINDSOR POLIGE COURT. FRIDAY 23rd MARCH, 1900. (Before Messrs. John Callaghan, T. Primrose, and John Boss, J s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 23rd MARCH, 1900. (Before Messrs. John Callaghan, T. Primrose, and John Ross, J s.P.) Mary Ann Hibbert proceeded against Claude Symes for using her horse on February 26th, without her permission. Mr. McCauley appeared for the plain- tiff, and Mr. H. E. McIntosh for the de- fendant. Mary Ann Hibbert (the plaintiff) de- posed that she was a widow, and resided at Clarendon ; knew the defendant ; she was the owner of a horse ; obtained leave of absence last month ; was station atten- dant at Clarendon ; defendant was sent to relieve at Clarendon during her absence at Melbourne; did not give defendant permission to use the horse during absence ; never gave anyone permission to use the horse ; saw the horse again on the 1st of March ; it was not in the same condition as when witness left : if de- fendant used the horse during her absence he did without ber consent. To Mr. Mclntjsn : Saw the horse March 1st ; nevtr gave «iefr-ndnnt r. mission to use the horse j...

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Windsor Police Court. TUESDAY, 27TH MARCH, 1900. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Messrs T. Primrose, Ross, Conlon, Mayne, Johnston and Mahoney.) ADA MOON V. GEORGE ALLSOP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

Wfndsor-Pollco Court.. I TUESDAY, 27TH MASCH, 1900. (BefpreF.,R< WilshJra^P.M., and Messrs T. Primrose, SOBS,. Conlon, Mayne, Johnston and Mahoney. ) . ADA MOON V. GEOBGE ALLSOP. This was a case in which George Allsop wished the Bench to rory a maintenance order which was made against him by the Court some time back, for the support of his illegitimate cbild. Mr. R. B. Walker appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. G. McCauley to object to the Bench altering their previous de- cision. Before calling evidence Mr. McCauley, on behalf of his client, said he would like to draw the attention of the .Bench to the fact that the weekly payment ordered by them to be made by Allsop some four weeks ago had in no way been complied with, and before hearing this pres nt ap- plication the Bench make an order that I the money owing should be at once paid. Mr. Walker guaranteed that the money owing would be paid, but remark- ed that if the Bench thought fit they would be justified in reducing...

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LOCAL AND—GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

LOCAL AN» -GENERAL. The next term in connection frith Eltham College begins on ibo 2nd April. Mrs. Bowd, of Pitt Town, while attending to her household duties one day last week, tripped, and in falling gave her wrist a severe sprain. ' Mr. Hilton Hayes, a resident of freeman's Reach, has joined the Mounted Police. Hilton was the only one paeBed out of eleven candidates. Mr. Jno. Moore of the Penin- sula, is now busy corn pulling The crop is an excellent one, and lt*. Moore should realise a con- siderable profit therefrom. Mr. George Mottram, who has a large business connection in Perth, W.A., is at present on a Tisit to his brother, Mr. A. Mot train, of Newtown, Windsor. Best Kapok 9d lb., cheaper than going io Sydney, at L. Goldsmid's, Windsor.* We are pleased to hear that Mrs. Gilbert, who has been ailing for a considerable time . past, has now practically recovered. Dr. Cal- laghan, who attended the patient, is no doubt, responsible for this. A large crowd of local people journey...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

M&srici Mirth, Mystery, and Marvellous Realism. M the SYDNEY CYCLORAMA. Daphne Halting ia the Air, and many eights, which to the ordinary mortal are simply incredible, constantly being added to the Cyclorama. Piano and Organ Tuning. OUR REPRESENTATIVE will be visiting Windsor, Bichmond, and districts during next week, when be hopes to receive a «continuance of the liberal support accorded him on his last visit. AH orders cfo Mrs. Woods, Church street, Windsor, and Post Office, Rich- mond, will receive careful attention. Any part, of district visited on receipt of letter. i We are agents for best makes of Pianos j and Organs, which can be supplied for I caBh, or on terms extending up to S ! years. W. BLACK BUEN & 80N, Piano and Organ Tuners. I Parramatta. (Established 1876.) } Grand Tea-meeting aipf EijlerlaipGiit, - IN CONNECTION WITH - St. John's 0. of E. Eestoration Fond, - WILL BE HELO AT - WILBERFORCE, on EASTER MONDAY, April ióth. TEA AT 4 P.M. TICKETS, Is 6d. ;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 30 March 1900

IN MEMORIAM RUTTER.--In sad and loving memory   of my dear wife, Jane Rutter, who died at her residence, Freeman's Reach, April 2nd, 1898, aged 34     years and 7 months. A loss that stings a feeling heart,   For hard, indeed it is to part ;   The thought brings many a silent   tear,               For she who is gone was truly dear. Inserted by her loving husband, Joseph Rutter.     RUTTER.—In sad and loving mem-   ory of our dear sister-in-law, Jane Rutter, who died at Freeman's   Reach, April 2nd, 1898, aged 34   years and 7 months. Sadly we miss her we loved, And did our best to save ; Beloved in life, regretted still, Remembered in the grave. Inserted by her loving sisters- in-law, Mary and Lizzie Rutter.

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

MAILS. Mails close at Windsor for Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, .Riverstone, 6*30 a.m..3.45pm. . Wiseman's Ferry-Monday, Wednes- day, Friday, noon; also Tuesday and Friday, 9 p.m. Pitt Town, . Wilberforce, Sackville Beach and Freeman's Beach, noon. Pitt Town Settlement, 11-30 a.m. Forrester-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11*30 a.m. Sydney and Granville, 9 pm., daily. Mulgrave 6 30 a m. ( Blacktown, 3.45 p.m. '

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1900. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. -«-. SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1900. CMOECH OF ENGLAND. St. Peter's, Kichmond, morning ll, evening 7.30 ; St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30. Preaeher, Rev. J. HowelLPrice. Lower Portland 10.30 a.m. (HO.), Wiseman's Ferry 7.30 p.m. (B.c.), Ber. F, A. Cadell. ? , WESLEY AK. Windsor ll, Bey; A. 8. Swift; 7.30., Hr. S. Dart. Bichmond ll, Mr. S. Dart ; 7.30., Bev. A. S. Swift. Enfield ll, Mr. F. Midson. Kurrajong 2.80., Mr. S. Dart. Wilberforce 3., Kev. A. S. bwift. ROMAN CATHOLIC. St. Matthew's, Windsor, 1st Mass 8 o'clock, 2nd Mais IO o'clock, Evening Devotions 7.30. Rey. Father McDonnell. CONGREGATIONAL. Morning ll, Evening 7,Thursday even- ing 8 ; Freeman's Reach, Sunday after- noon 3. PBESBYTEEIAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

Anoint GÈréât Yictory ! COMPETITION SILENOEDi COMPLETE DEFEAT OF ALL"-FURNISHING GUIDES BY THE FURNISHING MADE EASY GUIDE Just Published by A. HALL & COMPANY, SEVENTY-TWO PAGES. FIVE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS. POSTED FREE TO PARTIES FURNISHING IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. THE MOST USEFUL AND COMPLETE GUIDE EVER PUBLISHED IN AUSTRALASIA. CLEAR AND DESCRIPTIVE. EVERY REQUISITE FOR COMPLETE OR PART FURNISHING. A. HALL AND COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 George street, SYDNEY. Country Orders Packed Free. CLOSED 1 P.M. SATURDAYS. CATALOGUES AT OFFICE OF THIS PAPER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY. Mrs. Harris INVITES the attention of the resi- dents of the surrounding district to have a loo's at her business in WINDSOR STREET, RICHOND. Latest Styles kept in Ladies' Sailor Hats. A Good Assortment of Ladies' Corsets. Dressmaking a Speciality. Fit and Style Guaranteed. Orders Neatly and Promptly Executed Every Description of Ladies and Children's Clothing made on the Premises. A Trial Solicited. Windsor Markets. SAXE DAYS : TUESDAYS^ - ATO - SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK. All Kinds of Produce Sold. J. B. Johnston, AUCTIONEER. THOS. LOBB, DRAPERY & DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT SR Afc Has opened ex S.S. WARNAMBOOL Blankets, Flannels, Flanelettes, Sheetings, DRESS MATERIALS In SERGES, REPPS, POPLINS, etc. HOSIERY, CORSETS from ls 6d, RUGS ls lOd & 3s Sd Note the Address: GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, LASSETTER'S 1 -DRAPERY TRADE so SUCCESSFUL NEW BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN ERECTED To Cope with the Rush of Business. DRAPERY AND CLOTHING IN ALL BRANCHES. Everythi...

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NORTH RICHMOND. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

(From our own Correspondent,) Mr. J. T. Town met with a loss on Sunday last, through a Valuable cow dying. ( The concert recently promoted by the members of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society, resulted in a pro- fit of something like £4. The success of same is largely due to the untiring efforts of the secretary, Mr. W. Boss, On Monday, the 9th inst, the members of the local Debating Society meet at the H. A. College, when the subjeet, " Should the franchise be extended to women," will be discussed with a team from the latter institution. The North Richmond boys will take the negative, and the College the affirmative view. We hear on reliable authority that Mr. J. Town has sold out. We are sorry to hear this, as the genial Jack has never been found wanting when his help was required in promoting anything that would tend to benefit the town. Â Sydney centleman is the purchaser, and it must be admitted by all that the .* Old Traveller's Rest " is one of the best paying '. spec...

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The Finance Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

The Finance Commission* THE idea of appointing an indé- pendant Commission to enquire into the true state of the finances would be a good one if the busi- ness were done thoroughly. The Commission should have power by law hot only to examine hosts of witnesses but to supervise and anl arrange the book-keeping system, for that is where all the trouble is. A Premier cannot alter the actual receipts and dis- bursements, but he can so arrange the figures that they will convey any result he desires. If the Government Departments are compelled by law to charge cer- tain items to certain accounts and to no others, then there could be no charging to previous years, fa loan .account, or to the many other convenient resorts of .«? à needy Treasurer. This Commission will report if it ever get» to that stagey -ancUiheir report wiU-pwbably* 4ie - !^s|guj^isfactory ; not specifically condemn any one person's administration but will make- an independent report which advocates of each party will cl...

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Richmond Police Court. THURSDAY, 29TH MARCH, 1900. (Before Messrs. C. S. Guest, F. G. Neilley and W. Sullivan, J'sP.) ALLEGED POULTRY STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

fUdimond Police Court. ) _ i THUBSD&Y, 29TH MABCH, 1900. gBefore Messrs C. S. Gues\ F. G. NeiUey and W. Sullivan, J'sP.) ALLEGED POULTKY STEALING. A man named Henry Leave: int charged by the Police wi1 stealing three fowls, the properl of Eliza Ann Bicharás. Mr. E. B. Walker defended tl accused. Senior« constable Illingworth st( tioned at Bichmond, deposed : £ 11.30 a.m. on the 28th inst., froi information received, I went to tb residence of the accused now befoi tile court, in the district of Windsor J there saw the wife of accused ; also saw three fowls in the yar which were pointed out by accused ?wife. The accused came into th yard. I 6aid to him, pointing t tile fowls, " Who owns the thre fowls ?" He said " I do not know they are not mine." I said " Som are missing from Miss Richards.1 The accused said " What about th other two fowls?" Mrs. Leaver said " one of the fowls was wha lie brought to the house sometió* ago." The accused denied this and said that one was Mrs. W...

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New Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

New Machinery. To cope with the large business which we now command in the district, it has been found necessary to add further machinery to bur already large plant, and with that end in view, we have thÍ6 week re- ceived from Sydney one of the latest American platen printing; machines, named tue " Reliable," and made by Palmer and Rey, xjt Sansonie-street, San Francisco. It is a splendid piece ot: machinery, and is capable of iur#p&$qt wo»k at double the speed öffnet ojd^styie I article. This will eiiífofe ita to ! complete work in half the time it has previously taken, ia fact, " while you wait/' and will abo enable us to make reductions in our quotations for job printing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

/HN YOUTH * OLD ABE wf Dr.Williams' Pink Pills . JJ GIVEHEALTH& STRENGTH. This is because they attack the foundations of disease, not by the weakening: process of purging or moving: the bowels (as all so-called blood purifiers do), but by giving direct strength and nourishment to the BLOOD and NERVES. Thus it is that in Youth or Old Age they are able to cure so many different diseases. A LITTLE BABY SAVED! Cured of Consumption of the Bowels & Lungs, Bronchitis, Indigestion, Severe Cough and Vomiting. SOME time ago Mrs. Marta Ruppert, of Teutoberg, near Landsborough, Queensland, wrote to us as follows :-" For two years I have been expecting my adopted daughter, Emilie Mary Ruppert, to die. She has been iii ever since her birth. Although so little, she suffers terribly from chronic indigestion, consumption of the bowels and lungs, bronchitis, and fits of coughing which are so severe that vomiting follows. Even milk food can- not be retained, owing to the weakness of he...

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Cereal Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

Cereal Crops. Sowings of wheat, oats, and barley should be made this month. A dry sum- mer is o<ten followed by a wet winter, and should r.iiu soon fall these crops wi il make a good growth before the coM weather set* in. Taey will furnish winter fe d, and if the crop is cut as soon ai tim ears show, and in terwar is top dressed with a small quantity <>f manure, genemlly a good second crop will be ob- tained, liyf should also be sown on thc p iyrer la nis ; it cm or grazed before it is veiy high it will often furnish two «-r three crops. For green feed or for glaz- ing either tares or peas should be sown with all these crops Bot ir the yield and the quality of the fodder will be greatly improved.

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