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Hatte's Parramatta Establishment. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

Hatte's Parramatta Establish- ment. Mr. C. G. Hutte, tbe well-know n draper and clothier, has now closed np bis es- tablishment at Windsor. But in doing so has opened up a still larger place in a more central patt of the important dis : trict ; that is on the site of the old court house at Parramatta. These premises are very commodious and titted up with every trade of convenience. Hatte has already earned a favorable name in town ; and hw present extension will enable him ' to meet the increasing demands made upon Mm. In makiug this change, Hatte desires to thank his old friends for their past support, and trusts to receive a con- tinuance ot their patronage innis Par- ramatta establishment. If some of them have to travel a little lurcher, their jour- ney will be repaid ten-fold in tbe great bargains that will be offered to them. Wherever Hatte has gone he has made a host of /fiends, «nd his advent has been a boon to the dutricu lt will be the same at Parramatta, for he is determin...

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

FRUIT TREES. Orange Grove Nursery, Freeman's Beach, ria Windsor, N.S.W. ABOUT 16,000 CHOICB FRUIT TREKS, including Summer Fruits. Also Choice Bulbs, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds sup- plied. All letters to be addressed to, IZZARD & CO.. or, W. M. MOSES, Windsor. R. W. Cobcroft, TANNER & CURRIER, ^WINDSOR. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN FOR Wattle Bark, Light Hides, Calfskins, Yearlings and Tallow. i - TERMS CASH. T. A. JARRETT, - THE - leading \ Higlj-cte Tailor, RIVERSTONE. All Goods of Highest Qualify. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed. SAC SUITS FROM £3 3B. TROUSERS FROM Ws, 6D. Give Him a Trial. ! PRIME GOODSl SMALL GOODS! GOOD GOODS i Choice Variety can be obtained from J. Glendinning (OF WINPSOB). Make no mistake, be's here to stay J, Glendinning leads the «ray ; With choice small goods, and corn-fed pork, Once given a trial, they need no talk. 43» Give him a trial. Families waited upon. Address : MACQUABIE-STBEET, WINDS...

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St. Peter's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

St. Peter's Church. On Sunday evening last, the Kev. J. Ho well-Price, before de- livering his eermon briefly alluded to two matters of parochial concern. The first was an appeal to the con- gregation, and through the con- gregation, to absent parishioners, for special thank offerings-in aid of the Church funds on Easter Sunday. Two years had elapsed since he first pressed upon thom the duty of direct giving, and no concert, sale nf work, or bazaar had been held to augment the I funds of thé Churoh; and he trusted that the necessity for resorting to such methods of maintaining the position and power of this Church would not recur during his minis try here. The second was a refer- ence to the fact that he had been four years rector of the parish, and on that day was entering upon his fifth year of service among them. Four years ago he had come, a perfect stranger. During that time Le had, perhaps, unwittingly given causeless offence to 6otne. He was not perfect. His conduct and char-...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

LOCAL AM) GENERAI. Hawkesbury Race Club's meet- ing to-morrow, Miss Elsie Smith, of Freeman's Beach, passed her senior examin- ation in harmony in 1896, and not this year, as stated by our cor- respondent in a recent issue. We are given to understand that while in Windsor the merry go-round did good business. Dur- ing a conversation the proprietor tolda resident that the greatest take in one day, to his knowledge, amounted to £140. But unfortu- nately this "bonanza" did not fall to his show. Down the river residents, one and all, have the same satisfactory account to give us of the marvel- lous growth of grass along the banks of the Hawkesbury. This is reassuring when one thinks of the terrible time the stock went through last winter, on account of shortness of feed. A St. Blaize colt was shipped to Sydney by Mr. Jim Gosper last Wednesday morning, and we understand that he is destined for preliminary work. He is a likely looking bay colt, and shows signs of being fast. He is half-br...

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LOCAL AND GENEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

LOCAL AND GENERAL. Miss Netta Walker has gone to spend a holiday for an indefinite period with her friends at War- wick (Q). _ Miss Maud Fewings, of Mac- quarie-street, has been seriously ill daring the past fortnight suffering from a severe attack of influenza. There seems to be no end of sick- ness in the district at present. Mr. E. Hayes, of Newtown, has been on the sick Hst for the past week. We notice that Mrs. M. A. Nicholls, of Mulgrave, took several prizes at the Castle Hill Show held on Wednesday last, in the farm produce section. We bear that Mr. R. Elliott, who is a resident of Windsor, has passed all the necessary tests, and is now book-d to leave with the Imperial Bushman's Contingent. Miss Richardson, a lady from one of ti * jiriuciple milljnery establish- ments in Sydney is now em- ployed bv Messrs. Greenwell and Co., where she has charge of that department. Mr. George Kirwan received a communication from the Postal De- partment offering him a substantial promotion an...

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Richmond Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

Richmond Golf Club. Proceedings for the season be- gan on Wednesday, when for the Mixed Foursome Handicaps the following cards were handed in : Mrs. Musson and Mr. Lawson 89 Miss Richardson & Mr. Collett 92 Mrs. Street and Mr. Musson.. 94 Miss Cameron & Mr. Neilley 104 Mrs. and Mr. Campbell.. ... lld Mr«.* Musson and Mr. Lawson were therefore the winners. Several new members put in an appear- ance. We regret to hear that the Rev. J. J. Fergusson has been on the sick list during the week. On Wednesday last the Park Committee decided to employ a man to clean up the Park ground. Mrs. Durham, of " Kamilaroi,' returned home on Friday last, after having spent an enjoyable time at Katoomba. Alderman Ausburn left Rich- mond yesterday for Woy Woy, at which place he intends spending his holidays. Mrs. Paterson, a daughter of1 Mr. Wm. Sly, senr., is very ill. We trust her illness will be of short duration. A large quantity of special exhibits left Richmond on Thurs- day morning...

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Common Trust Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

Common Trust Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the Richmond Common Trustees was held after the meeting of the Council. Pre-* sent-Alderman J. v7. Hill (Chairman), the Aldermen and Secretary. . The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman stated that he had Bpoken to the Hanger in reference to the Sroposed reduction of salary by £10, anti ad also given him other instructions. It was the Ranger's duty to attend every meeting, and be should be requested to give an explanation for hts non-attend- ance. Aldermen Campbell ani Kelly thought it would be wise for the matter to stand", over until next meeting night. Alderman Skuthorp considered that the Ranger had treated the Trustee's andi Secretary with a good deal of contempt» ile considered £15 per annum for the Hanger's duties was ample renumeration, and he would like the usual procedure ta be enforced, awi the Secretary be in- structed to procure a new Ranger. On the motion of Alderman Campbell, secoadea...

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Hawkesbury Advocate. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900. COMLEROY ROAD. (From our own Correspondent.) Our Trip to Newport. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 6 April 1900

FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900. . COMLEROY ROAD. (From our own Correspondent.) Our Trip to Newport. f A great many Kurrajong people, who could spare the time, availed themselves of thc opportunity of tb« trip arranged ¡by the genial Peter Kemp, to Newport, on the s.s. Hawkesbury. Fully 25 per- sons assembled nt the appointed time «t Mr. K. Hennessy'«, when a statt was made for the Muuth of Colo. The morn- ing was all that could be desired, and one and all remarked that they had never enjoyed a drive like it; the road vas good, and the horses fresh and in good trim We arrived at Mr. Kemp's about half-past nine, and were received in grand style by the host and hostess Among the Kurrajong people we noticed Mj*. aud Mrs. W. Dunstan, oenr. ; Messrs. Leslie and Charles Dunstan ; Mis* F. Dunstan : Mr. and Mrs. Lt. Hennessy and eons (2); Midsts Hennessy (4); Mrs. T. McMahon ; Mrs. H. Wuolohan ; Mr. and Mrs. E. Hennessy ; Mi s F. Hurt- r ; Mis Powell (Sydney), and Master Reg. Douglas. The bait steame...

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

FOR SALE. AIT Up-to-date Hotel, ia a thriving Hawkesbury Town. Turnover £90 per week. Bent £2 10s. Splendid op- portunity for capable man. Price and particulars can be obtained at the ADVO- CATE Office, Windsor. WANTED TO PURCHASE Brown Leghorn Pullets. J. B. JOHNSTON, Windsor Markets. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until the 18TH APRIL, for the laying of CONCRETE FLOOR in REEL ROOM of Richmond Fire Station. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to J. DONOHOE, Capt. FOR SALE. 2AAA CHOICE CITRUS FRUIT 9UUVJ TREKS, comprising, Orange, Seville Orange, Emperor, and Thorney, Mandarins, and Lisbon Lemon, £3 per hundred. Sample to be exhibited at Hawkesbury Show. THOS. MCMAHON, Dural View." Comleroy Road. TOJ-ET. AT the end of Jnne next a SPLEN- DID FARM, situated at SACK- VILLE BEACH, and known MB Walker's Bight, containing 60 acres bf good land, At the prevent time Lhere are between 600 and 700 Citrus and stone Fruit Trees (? y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

EVERY RESIDENT ehoald subscribe to the HAWKESBCBV ADVOCATE; 2s 6d per Quarter ia Advance.

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ST. ALBANS. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

ST. ALBANS. (From our own* correspondent.) À terrific thunderstorm passed over St. Albans ou Wednasday lost, and, it looked for a time that serious, damage to property would result. Happily however it spent itself without doing more injury than giving the resident a severe fright. We were this week honored by a visit from Mr. £Y E. Wilshire, ,PM., Mr. T. Smith, J.P., of Pen- rith, and Benior-rSergeant Boyd. Constable Middleton is expected to arrive here by baturday, aud on Monday Constable Lucas will take his departure. Those who haye had the privi- lege of experiencing the hospitality extended to them by the genial host aud family of the St. Albans hotel, Mr. Jurd, never fail to men dun eame to their friends, and tc casually mention that the "ever- green Jim" is a thorough " whit« .uu." At the Police Court on Wednes day before Mr. F. R. Wilshire P.M.. and Mess». T. B. Smith an< Walker, J's. P., a prosecution unde the Gunpowder Storage Act against Mr. Thompson, storekeepe...

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KURRAJONG. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

KURRAJONG (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. W. Pope has been on a tour of in- spection in tho Kurrajong district, and \ has purchased several valuable crops of j fr ait, amongst these being Mr.' M. McMahon's, of Comleroy Boad, which is without a doubt the best crop of fruit in the district. The concert on the middle night of the Show will be the best ever held in the district, and should prove a booming success ; persona desirous of reserving their seats for the occasion should call on Mr. 6. Woodhill of Richmond, who will attend to their wants. Orohardists ate busy getting away their second crop of oranges, wai h are bring- ing big. prices in. the Sydney, market.

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Hawkesburg Advocate. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. Windsor Smalll Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900. Windsor Smàlll Debts Court At tbe Small Debts Court held on Fri-' day last, tith inst., the following cums were heard:-Mulpata Siagh v. A. Rey- nolds, chmn lor £l 4s «il, poods soM, verdict for plaint iii for fall amount, and Ss witnesses expenses : VV, B. O'Brien v. Jae. Vaughan, claim for £1 14s 3d, vet .dict for plaintiff with costs of Court « s ; Alla Bag Herto v. A. Reynolds, claim for £2 2s Sd, pooilí » -ld, verdict for plaintiff for fall amount, with 6s costs; W. H. O'Brien t. M. F Foley c airn for £«> 11s lOd, goods sold, verdict for plaintiff for foll amount with 7s cost of Court, and £,1 witneBBes expenses, execution to be stayed for 14 days ; same v. Wm. Beacham, claim for £1 bs. goo Is sol-1, verdict for plain iff with coots 7s. to bc Eid by monthly instalments of £l 2s 61 ; , Raper v. A. UcDunald, claim tor £4 20B 6d, good« sold, verdict for plaintiff with 12s costs ; C. Bash v. ii. D'. Wil- liams, claim for £10, for breach of con- tract verdi...

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

W MAILS. Mails close at} Windsor for Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Riverstone, 6*30 s.u..8.45 p m. Wiseman's Perry-Monday, Wednes-. day, Friday,' noon; also Tuesday and Friday, 9 p.m. Pitt Town, Wilberforce, Sackville Beach and Freeman's Reach, noon. Pitt Town Settlement, ll-30ft.ru. Jorre6tér~Tnfesday, % Thursday and Saturday, ll'30 a.m. Sydney and Granville, 9 pm., daily. Mulgrave 6-30 a m. Blackdown, 8.45 p.m.

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1960. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

CHURCH SERVICES. I ? -:-? SUNDAY, APBIL 13, 19M>. CHUJrCH OP BNOTJÍND. St Matthew**, Windsor, Good Friday, ; ll and 7.80 ; Special ' Music-'* S;.dry of the; CroBB.,'',, ¿áster Day, Holy Com manion 8. and .liam,. Evening 7.30 ; fipebial Marie-Sacred Sojo ivy'Mr. B. N. Wilton. Preacher, Bév 8. Gt. Fielding. fit, Peter's, Bichmond, Baster Sunday, * a.m, Holy Communion, ll a.m. Holy Commnnion, Praters and Sermon, 2,30 p.m. Children's Service, 7.30 p m. ;Hq'y Communion. - Prayers and Sermon, preacher, Rev J. Howell-Price. ht Paul's, Agnes Banks,8.30 p.m. Preacher, Mr. L Barnett. Higher Macdonald ll a.m, Upper j .Macdonald (HO.) 8 p.m.. St. Albans; . <H.o.) 7.3Ö p.m., Kev. F. A. Candi, lower 'Portland 10.80 A.m., Wiseman s ; WESLEYAN, ' . . Windïor ll; Mí fC. Stratford ; 7.30, - EeirTâJ8;'Swlft. Btehtnond U, Mr. T. Ma*t*rrnau 5 7,30, Mr 0. Stratford. ' En- field. 11^ Kurrajong 2 80,. Rev. A. 8. ; Swift-.Wanerfoicé 8, Mr F. Midaon. RouAtr CATHOLIC, fit. Matthew's, Windsor, 1s...

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French Generosity. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

French Generosity. THE French Government recently made a present to Sydney of some sort of vaccine lymph to be used on plague cases. There did not 6eem to be anything passingly remarkable about this, until one of the Sydney dailies interpreted it into an act of friendly courtesy on the part of that nation, and welcomed it therefore all the. more in view of the nasty things that British and French have been saying of one another recently. We do not desire to detract in any way from the nobleness of Mon- sieur's character, as a general thing, but in the case of this lymph we must admit we had not attached so important an inter- national interpretation to the ac- tion ; it seemed so much like à clever commercial move, that neither explanation nor comment was necessary. Here we are suf- fering from a milk visitation of plague or typhoid or whatever it is, and the business-like French« man sends alóng a supply of some great elíxir, for us to sample, hop- ing it: will cure us and .we shal...

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Linauthorised Effrontery. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

¡ SiÉ^&fooiHSE DIBBS, Mr. Waat, and Dr. MacLaurin have, we aré informed, sent a protest to the Imperial authorities; on behalf of the 82,000 electors who voted * against the Commonwealth Bill, objecting to having their rights of appeal to the Privy Council taken away. It would be inter- esting to know by what authority these three individuals take it I upon themselves to voice the opinions of any body of electors on the question of the right ta appeal to the Privy Council ; and to insinuate that that matter waa a material factor in the opposition to the Bill last year, but it cannot be püt down to ignorance, and is only to be interpreted as an attempt tc» hinder the easy passage of the measure through the Imperial Parliament. Such contemptible tactics might suggest themselves as advisable to the men whoso names are mentioned, but the great body of " Noes " who have sufficient manliness to take a beating in good heart will repud- iate such an action, and will object to their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

North Richmond Bakery. G. RODGERS, Baker and General Store- keeper, BEGS to thank his numerous cus- tomers for p:ist support and hopes hy strict intention to thé wants of the distiict residents to obtain an increased share of their support. Only Be=t Flour used. Catering under- taken for picnic parties and others. A TRIAL SOLICITED. AS Steam is to Machinery, Advertising ig to Business, the Great Propelling Power. If you are judicious you will advertise in the ADVOCATE. THOS. LOBB, DRAPERY & DRESSMAKING . ^ESTABLISHMENT 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 3d Note the Address: GHQ ROE-STREET, WINDSOR. ¡T~ LASSETTER'S Tl -DRAPERY TRADE- I SO SUCCESSFUL 1 ll NEW BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN ERECTED I To Cope with the Rush of Business. IlIII j! DRAPERY AND CLOTHING | j IN ALL BRANCHES. Everything New! Everything Good! j Everything Cheap! LASSETTER'S j...

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THE APIARY. (From the "Agricultural Gazette.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

THE APIARY. j Br ALBERT GALS. j (From the "Agricultural Gwette.") Tbe mother bee retains to the hive .* % fecundated, « complete, female bee, noir capable of becoming a mother. In- deed, had she nemer met with a consort .he would nevertheless become a mother, bot only to lay eggs that would produce ?uües. and males only. THE FECUNDATION OF A QUEEN BEE. -With nearly all other oviperoos animals, it is the OVDXB that is fecundated ; bnt with bees it is the animal herself, and she fecundates the egg according to require- ments, and, to a certain extent, regulates ihetr sexuality. The number of eggs the queen bee lays in the cells is in accord june to the strength of the colony. She will not lay more in the cells than there «te inmates to cover them. Ofttimes a queen will be so prolific she WILL lay her «ggs, although there are not sufficient bees in the hire to corer them. These supernumerary eggs are wasted. This, ithould be an incentive to bee men to - beep strong colonies. Langstroth...

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SACKVILLE REACH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

SACKVILLE REACH (From our own correspondent.) Fish are plentiful between here and Colo, and some good hauls are bein? made ; we expect the freshet of last week will bring them together again. Mr. Chas. Tuckeraan's new place is almost completed, and Mr. John Stephens put some splendid work into the job. Charlies must mean business. Scandalmongers are busy again around here, and no one seems to escape. If one young chap is not careful he Will be tarred and feathered before many moons. The showery weather of the past few weeks has been of great benefit to the farmers and orchardistB, and all are now busy preparing and sowing winter crops. Great preparations are being made by the Wesleyan body for their annual tea meeting at Lower Fortland on Easter Monday, when a most enjoyable day should be spent. Mr. Ike WooJs, our new butcher, seems to be doing a good business, and the people on the lower end of his run are loud in theil praises of both beef and bread as supplied bj him. The farmers...

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