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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

RICHMOND. A very heavy atom passed OT here on Sunday night. About l! points of rain feil. t We hear it rumored that Hr. 8.3 Lees ÍB likely to stand for the Hawke bury at next election. Surely there no necessity to go to Sydney for member for the Hawkesbury ! The Council are clearing up Wes Market-street in front of the rail wi station. The roadway wants attendis to now. On Sunday the Rev. J. Howel Price preached on " Sectarian Strife, being a reply tc» the published uttei anees of the Kev. J, Kinghorn. Heav rain fell during the evening, preven ing many from attending. The re\ gentleman waxed rather warm in, hi ^remarks. If you wapt to save money sen your orders along to E. S. Paul IX.L. Store, Market-street, Rici mond. He is selling groceries cheape than any other store in town.* Notwithstanding the low price list C. Ku >tt, of March-street, is to th front with low prices. Compare hi prices in next week's issue.* Mrs. Durham and family in'end re siding in Coogee during the ho wea...

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LEET'S VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

LEETSVALE. The Leet'ß Vale Methodist Sunday School celebrated its first anniversary on Sunday, November 30. The Kev. J. Colwell . preached to the children, and the service was much enjoyed. The church was nicely decorated for v the occasion. On the following Tuesday evening . a public meeting was held at the same place. Mr. H. Walker presided, and ..addressed the children. The Rev. .'J. Colwell was present, and gave an Î interesting address. The foliamug iprogramme was given:-Hymn, chil dren; recitation, Bliss Bein; solo, W. OhaseUng ; recitation, George Taylor ; duet, Misses OhaseUng and Hannigan ; recitation, Inda Leet; solo, Miss E. Walker ; recitation, W. OhaseUng ; dialogue,Maud and Lena Douglass; hymn, children; recitation, Lena Douglass ; recitation, Harry Williams ; selection on the mouth organ, 0. Byrnes (encored); recitation, Stella Douglass ; solo, Miss Ohaseling ; dia logue, Percy Douglass and Walter Taylor ; recitation, Mrs. G. Ohaseling; hymn, children. The Bev. J. Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

Advertisers' Directory. (Name» of Quarterly Advertisers will ; be-pla<^in"ihis?olumn.y . Auctioneers Guest & Skuthorp, Richmond J. B. Johnston & Co. Alfred Banger, Windsor Bootmaker . O. F. Mortley, Riverstone Boot Shops . H. B. S. Dyer, Bichmond. A. Grimwood, Windsor. College ; Rockdale College, Sydney Oyole Depot B. HayeB, Windsor. Chemists ,, J. W. Allison, Bichmond R. A. Pye Dentists, 3. W. Allison, Bichmond G. Beath, 829 Darling-street, Balmain ; Gr. W. Benson, Richmond B. A. Pye, Windsor ' E. S. Swift, 94 Darlinghurst-road Sydney Drapers H. R. S. Dyer, Richmond A. Grimwood, Windsor D, Holland and Co., Windsor Simpson and Holdsworth, Richmond Pruit Merchants O. Montgomery and Sons, Fruit Markets, Sydney, and Perkins-st., Newcastle Furniture Warehouse C. J. Forssberg, 78 William-st., Sydney Hotels J. H. Bloome, Royal Hotel, Windsor Robert Clisdell, Black Horse Hotel, Richmond J. Eagles, Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor P. J. Kelly. Hawkesbury Hotel, Wise man's F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT SFDNEY PRICES ! ! ar. -w. AiuLisonr, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond. Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearance guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever.and without the extraction of stumps if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONE UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FREE. THE DRUG DBPAfiTMEUTT 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 Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G. W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush," Sydney, GAH BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOB-STBKET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m? to 7.30 p.m. AH Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. Painless Fill...

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A Fashionable Wedding. WARBURTON—BARNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

A Fashionable Wedding. * WARBURTON-BARNETT. A wedding which created co: siderable interest was solemnised i St. Mathew's Church of England c Wednesday, when Mr. W. K. Wa burton (manager of the Farmer and Settler's Co-operative Co., Gou burn branch) was united to Mil Emma Barnett, fourth daughter < the late Mr. B, Barnett, who was much esteemed resident of Windsr. for many years. The bridegroom father, the late Mr. W. Warburto] was well-known and respected i the Singleton district, where h settled with his family after leavin Pyrmont. The handsome old church, whicl was crowded with spectators, pre sented a delightful appearance, i wedding bell of marguerites and th initials E. and W. were suspenda invisibly from the chancel, the choi and communion rails being entirel; covered with white flowers. Th service was fully choral. When th ; bride entered the church, at ¡ I o'clock, upon the arm of her elde i brother, the choir sang the wei ' known hymn, " The Voice tha i Breathed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

Coachbuilding, $c. R. C. Parker, OF SYDNEY, HAS Commenced RusíneFs RF a WHEEL WRIGHT and GKKEKAL COACH BUILDER iu JIM. HUNT'S SHOP, George-street, Windsor, And is Prepared to build Buggies, Sulkies, Spring Gaits, &c, &<"..of tile Most Up-to date etylee, anti at Reasonable Bates. (9* All Kinds of R< pairs Executed. Thorough Workmanship Guarantee!. PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins. "Billies," etc. All kind s of Crockery. Toys, and Fancy Ward. MBS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

STUD ADVERTISEMENTS. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON through Lowtr Hawkesbury and St. Albans District, THE PURE-BRED DRAUGHT HORSE, YOUNG CHAMPION li. YOUNG CHAMPION II. is 5-years-cld, and is by Yourg Champion ; dam from a Shieldbearer maie (imp.) ; gd from a Scotchman mare (imp ) ; ggd from a Con queror mare (imp.) : epgd from an Old Tom mare (imp.); ggggil from a Drayman mare (imp.) Teem» ou application to P. BUS HELL, Wilberforce. TO TRAVEL THIS BEASON Through the Hawkesbury District; THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAUGHT STALLION OF TASMANIA, Royalist IL EOYALIST tl. is a pure-bred Clydesdale, well-shaped bay, six years uld, stands well on ehort sound lege, with lots of bone and abundance of hair of the finest quality, and lis a grand mover. Hiß sire, Roj'alist, winner of four first prizeB at South head, N.Z. ; g eire Hard Times, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding stallion of his day ; gg sire Extinguisher; ggg sire Vanquisher (8900SB), won Arab prize at Dumfries in 1807 ; ggg...

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"THAT V. C." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

« THAT V.C." The following poem is taken from Mr. "Banjo " Patterson's new book : Twas in the days of front attack, This glorious truth we'd yet to learn it That every " front " had got a back, ... And French was just the man to turn it. A wounded soldier on the ground Was lying hid behind a hummock ; He proved the good old proverb sound-' An army travels on its stomach. He lay as fiat as any fish, Hie nose had worn a little furrow ; He only bad one frantic wish That like an ant-bear he could burrow. The bullets whistled into Bpace, The pom-pom gun kept up its braying, The four-point-seven kept up the bass You'd think the devil's band was playing. A valiant comrade, crawling near, Observed bis most supine behaviour, And crept towards him, " Hey ! what cheer 1 Buck up," said he ; " I've come to save yer, " You get up on my shoulders, mate ; And if we live beyond the firing ; I'll get the V.C. sure as fate, Because oar blokes is all retiring. u It's fifty poundB a year," says he, j " ...

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Those Quarter Sessions. AGITATION FOR THEIR RE-ESTABLISHMENT IN WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

I Those Quarter Sessions. AGITATION FOB THEIR RE-ESTABLISH MENT IN WIND80R. Ât the meeting of the Windsor P.A. on Monday night there was a lengthy discussion upon the question of the re-establishment of the Quarter Sessions in Windsor. Mr. McCauley moved the resolution of which he had given notice. He understood that, since he had men tioned the matter at the previous meeting, the Mayor had communicated with the authorities. If his notice had been instrumental in stirring the municipal body, it had done some good. The mere writing of a letter, however, did not seem sufficient to bring this question to a successful issue. If they only allowed a formal letter to be written, and then remained silent, probably the authorities would not take ¿ny notice of it. His idea was this-that they should ask for all the other progress associations to unite with them and form a monster deputation to the Minister. If the matter were brought prominently before the Minister, it would no doubt meet with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

GEO. ROBERTSON, MONUMENTAL MASON, WINDSOR, CAN supply you with the Most Up-to-date Headstones, Tablets, Fonts, &c, in Granite, Marble, and Stone, at lowest prices. Iron Bailings and Kerbstones. Write for quotations before ordering elsewhere. Fruit Trees tor Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, EM PB ROBS, and all the Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. Orchardists given every satisfaction. EDWARD HENNESSY, Comleroy Road.

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CRUMBS SWEPT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

; The direot coat of the war to the Cape Colony amounts to £4,201,O0C, made np of the following items :-Pro tecting railways, 1899-1900, £50,000 ; war, 1900-01, £301,000 ; compensation, £250,000; war, 1901-02, .£2,600,000 ; compensation, £ 1,100,000. Somer set Budget." The financial returns for the State of Victoria for the past year show a deficit of £836,500. . Mr. Shiels, the State Treasurer, states that he hopes to obtain £500,000 of this amount by retrenchment and new taxation. It is believed that a considerable area of Central Australia was once below the sea level. For instance, Lake Eyre was 39 feet below sea level. In the opinion of Mr. Cotton, Aus tralia was not always a land of drought. The evidence of a central sea in Australia lay in the fact that in the western dry districts the depth of alluvial soil was greater than in the coastal districts with their great rain fall. In the Cobar district it was quite common to find from 20 feet to 50 feet of alluvial soil, whilst i...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

RICHMOND. On Tuesday, at the request of the Bev. Father O'Brien, twenty-five parishioners put in an appearance at the general cemetery, and put the Roman Catholic portion of the ground in first-class order. Some brought ploughs, others horses and carts, «pades, etc ,** and all worked with a -will. It is to be hoped the other de nominations will' soon follow suit, as a few hours' -work would greatly im prove its present appearance. The concert by the pupils of the Bichmond Convent takes place at the School of Arts to-night, when a big attendance is expected. Mrs. Sibley, of Lismore, and her little son, have been on a visit to Mrs. Atcheson Johnson for a couple of weeks. Mr. W. 0. Benson,, dentist, of Homebush, is still kept very busy at the black Horse hotel every Saturday. For several weeks prior to the re cent heavy rain, a regular plague of grasshoppers was to be seen on the common. They have, however, dis appeared as suddenly as they came. A fine crop of Scotch thistles and Bathu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

To Advertisers. Having secured tbe right of all the Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association's Printing for the period ending June 30 next, including the SCHEDULES AND CATALOGUES for the next Show, the Undersigned beg to solicit the favor of Advertisements for insertion in same, at the following rates : s. d. Full page in Schedule . 10 0 Half paae in Schedule . 6 0 Full page in both Schedule and Catalogue. 15 0 Half page in both Schedule and Catalogue... ... 9 0 Intending Advertisers are urged to send in their " copy " at once. ; PINKSTONE AND COLUSON, " Hawkesbury Herald " Office. Physicians ANO Chemists RECOMMEND CLEMENTS TONIC WITH GOOD RESULTS. The Case of MISS E. A. M. INSKIP. (BY OUR REPORTES.) " When I was living in the country,'' said Viss Ethel Annie May Inskip, of Nb. 57 Grove-street, Leichhardt, to our special, " I was always healthy and strong ; but shortly after coining to Sydney I lose my appetite and then got weak, and had headaches fran morning till night. Up to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

THE Ctjcle Home, George street, WINDSOB. E. HAYES. jlgerçt for Bennett pood, Sydney. OUR LEADING LINES. BOYAL SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Road ster, Bead Sacer, 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-£1810a. cash ; £20 terms. Bates-£6 deposit, £1 SB. per month. MODEL '* E " SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Roadster or Road Racer. Price-£1310s. cash ; £15 terms. Rates-£5 deposit, £1 2s 6d per month. «« Free Wheels M and «* Back Rim Brakes " fitted to all our Bicycles at an Extra Cost of £2 10s. All SPEEDWELL Bicycles carry our asnal GUARANTEE against defects in Material or Workmanship for 12 months. GOOD SECOND HAND MACHINES from £6 10s., £8 10a., £10 lug., £11, £1110s. Easy Terms-£2 deposit, £1 per month. ^ All Sandries Kept at Sydney Prices. Dunlop Tyres from 15a. to 25s. Oceanic Tyres from Hs. 6d. to 21s. Vulcanised Tyres from 148. 6d. to £1 7B. 6d. Inner Tabes from 6s. 6d ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 12 December 1902

IRRIGATION ! IRRIGATION Í ! THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers Squatter, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must hare SUFFICIENT WATER for Grass, Crops, etc. Failing the Natural Means-that ÍB, RAIN-the Ingenuity of Alan is taxed to Supply this Want. Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to send a Representative to advise as to the Best (leans of IRRIGATING YOUR LAND, and will UNDKRTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY PLANT in WORKING ORDER. No Charge is made for Estimates should Business result ; otherwise, Out-of-pocket Expenses only 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 PRICES AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S ZOLLNER. 30 TO 36 DRUITT STREET, SYDNEY GIBSON,...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

COLO. Mr. Editor and staff :-I wish y< all a merry Ghristmts and a hap) and prosperous New*Year-and pleni o' beer ! Everything around here looks spiel did since the recent ruins. The coi fields are quite a picture. Our orchardiste are making goc money with their stone fruit th season, as the prices realised for fru pent to market are highly satisfactory and the crops are very heavy, and of good quality. A very enjoyable dance was held j Mr. B. Gosper's on Saturday nigl «eek. Quite a goodly number pi in an appearance. The music wc supplied by Miss , Jessy' . llulber Benjamin and Albert Gosper ; an the ball was . kept rolling until. mi<3 night, when the party; dispersed, ha\ ing thoroughly enjoyed themselves. A son of Mr. B. Gosper has bee very ill, having injured his hearin through excessive diving in dee water ; but, under the skilful eare o Dr. Gibson be is now almost con valescent. " Mr. W. Hr Gosper is becominj quite a model harness-maker. H< has ...

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

LOWER PORTLAND. Recently a number of pigs belonging to Mr. W. Jones broke into some ca«k« of bis famous orange wiue and became intoxicated ou the contents. Evidently they kuew the festive season was approaching, and determined to in dulge in a little revelry at their owner's expense ! Mr. Jones estimates his loss at several p muds. Some weeks back everyone you me agreed that things in general never looked worse on the river, but since we have been blessed with the late glorious rains, everyone-young and old-unite in saying they have never known the old river to look so well as at present. On account of the low standard the attendance at the local public school has reached, it is probable that our esteemed pedagogue, Mr. James, will seek fresh fields and pastures new during the holidays. We trust he will be promoted to a much higher school than the one he is at present in charge of, and that his promotion will mean a substantial rise in his " screw." The lovely red Christmas bushes a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. Maize, 5/3 to ö/6 per bushel. Wheat. 6/ to 6/3 per bushel. Bran, 1/7. Pollard, 1/9. Oaten hay, 7/9. Onions, 6/2. Potatoes, 7/ to 8/6. Butter, 9¿d to lL}d. Cheese, 7d to 8d. Eggs, 1/ to 1/4. Baeon, 1/ to 1/2. Lard, 9$d to tod. Honey, 3d to 4d. Hams, 1/1 to 1/3. Fowls, 6/ to 4/9. Ducks, 4/3 to 5/6, Turkeys, 11/to 25/. Footwood, 10/ to 12/6. Bakers* wood 9/6 to 10/6. Bundle wood, 10/to ll/. FRUIT MARKET. Lemons, 6/ to 14/ per case. Apples, 4/ to 9/ per \ «ase Passion Fruit, 5/to 16/ per gin case. Plums, 3/ to 6/ per half-case. Mandarins, 8/ to 20/ per gin ease. Apricots, 2/6 to 5/6 per hall-case. Cherries, 2/ to 6/ per quarter ca-e. Peaches, 2/ to 5/ per half case. Tomatoes, 3/ to 4/ per quarter case. Nectarines 2/ to 6/ per half-case. Oranges, 9/ to 16/ per case.

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MACDONALD RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

MACDONALD RIVER Mr. John Jnrd, of Central Mac donald, met with a nasty accident on Saturday last, whilst shaving. He was stropping his razor, which slipped somehow, with the resu t that he got a nasty cut on the leg. The wound bled profusely, leaving the old gentleman-he is now over So-very weak. Under the care of Dr. Piesley, of the Ferry, he is now doing as well as can be expected.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 5/6 to 6/. Chaff, 8/ to 8/6. Bran, 1/11 to 2/. Pollard, 2/ to 2/i. Onions, 6/ to 8/. Oaten hay, 7/ to 8/. Lucerne, 2/6 to 3/. Straw. 3/6 to 4/. Peas (blue), 8/ to 9/. Peas (Yorkshire), 9/ to 10/. Oats, 4/ to 4/9. Barley, 4/6 to 5/. Potatoes, 7/ to 8/. Early Rose (seed), 10/- to ll/. Brownell iseedl 8/ to 10/. Hungarian millet, lOd to if per 16. Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld to 1/- per lb. Planters' friend, 6d to 7d per lb. Wheat, 6/3 to 6/6. English Barley, 4/9 to 5/6.

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