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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. II. SHANGHAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

A Trip to tlie Laijd of tlie Rising Sun. [BY J. It. MITCHELL ] II. SHANGHAI. After a short run of forty-eight hours we arrived at the above port, approached from the river. It is the largest settlement of the Far East, the commercial capital of North China, and presents an imposing ap pearance. Massive six-storey stone buildings front the long Bund, and the Compounds of the U.S., Japanese, and German Consulates are aligned om the Hong Kew side of the old Ameri can settlement. Across the creek bridge are the public gardens and th« park surrounding the British Consul ate and the commercial heart of the city. I noticed a couple of very fine hotels. The two leading may be men- ? tioned as the Astor House and the 1 Hotel des Colonies. A county club j exists a few miles out on the Bubbling Well Hoad, and the city club is on th© Bund, in the English settlement. The former club consists of ladies as well as gentlemen, where they meet for tennis, afternoon dances, theatricals, and balls in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

VAXtriisi -ajp White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at I0$d and 1B. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8s lld, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s. Single Blankets, white, at 3B lld. Coloured Blankets, Bingle, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 48 lld, Ss lld. GRIMWOOD'S Men's MacintosJies, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. Windsor .. . Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .G-EOEQE - STEEET. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. Special Ranges ia Cashmeres, Poplins. Satin .Cloths, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and Tweeds. ? ' : - ~~ I ? Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from ls 3d to 3s 6d. Black Silk Figured Voiles, in 7-yard lengths. French Figured Dress Goods from 2s lld per yard. Black Navy and Coloured Diagonal Serges, all wool, special value at ls 6d per yard. Navy, Royal Purple, Terra, and Brown double-width Bengalenes at ls 3d. A Splendid Assortment of Applique and Sequinned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique C...

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WINDSOR LANCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

WINDSOR LANCERS. A meeting of the Recreation and ' Rifle j Club was held on Wednesday evening last at | the orderly rooms. It waa decided to bold the second quarterly shooting at 200 and j 300 yards on Saturday morning, May 31, commencing at 9 o'clock sharp. On Saturday afternoon, June li, the third shooting for the quilter at 50i and COO yards will take place, and on Saturday afternoon, Jone 28, at 200 and 303 yards ranges. The two latter shootings will commence at 12.30 o'clock sharp. His Honor, Judge Backhouse, will preside at thc Windsar District Cou it to-morrow. Ur. W. Killuff, junr., has been in a low state of health during the week, suffering from hemorhage of the lungs. We regret to bear that Mrs. G. D. Wood has besn laid up during the past week. Mr. Brinsley Hall's legion of friends will be pleased to hear he has recovered from bis severe illness of last week. For several days be was confined to his bed and under thc care of Dr. Callaghan, but is again getting around as ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

J. W. ALLISON, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Teeth OD Vulcanite, Biker, 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 FREÍS. THE DRUG DEPARTMENT 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. Yonr Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Taemania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. Coley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, Ac. - » WM. WALKE...

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Just the Traveller You Want. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Just the Traveller You Want. A really good tra relier is worth his weight in gold, or, rather, he would be if he didn't kn J wit. That unfortunate " if " spsils the best traveller in the world, because the better he is the better he knows it. An 1 thc more onvinced he is of being a really good traveller (Jan 1 there never was a traveller yet who had the faintest glimmer of a doubt oa that paint.), the higher bis price becomes. Now a man of very moderate ability wants 25 per cent., all his expenses, a carriage and pair, three month*' holiday in the year, an early partnership, his principal as a father in-law, and a few other trillium advantages. Can we wonder, then, that the really clever one wants just a Ittle more th tn any firm on earth can afford to give him ? There is only one absolutely perfect " Co n mercial " in the world. He has every neces sary quality and attribute. An industry that never tires, au energy that never flags, a per KverMQe that never despairs, a persistence. ...

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The "Herald's" Motor Car. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Tho "Herald's" Motorcar. Yes I this paper runs a " motor" What the yankee calls a " car-r" ; When the Editor has wrote a Message, it is sent afar. 'IIB an " up-to-date''invention, .-'ftuiitfor speód and never late : , . It yjill always advocate 1 When it carries out its orders - Down along the Hawkesbury, Touching points at all the borders, - It's a lovely sight to see. But its movements are 8} silent, For the tyres are rubber made ; Don't be frightened, it's not violent, So you needn't be afraid. And the motive power ? It's course is Just civility and brains; Tisn't hard to steer the horses When the right men hold the reins. If yon want a new sensation, Advertisers near and far ; Never mind the Coronation, Board the " Herald Motor Car." Sydney. ROBEHT ALLAN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return his Sincere Thanks to his Bichmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favors at such incon venience to j themselves by coming to Wind sor, and has much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPENED A SHOP in RICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to datc in all i branches, which he intends sell I ing at PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COM PETITION. HORSE RUGS. Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINES ia Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade.' CALL AND INSPECT. T XE XS j,. Wi -Jk, . Jw'lL>.=^Tà»w»««-.'-.:,-"»-i- VT ?T^iÄwSi -»>-*-rtr RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & 00., 81 PITT-STEEET, S "YID 1ST WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!! _DBAFSR. GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, LEAVING THE TOWN. Winter Dress Materials at Wholesale Cost. Come and Inspsct. Horricka's Al 36in. d lico, 3s lld doz. ; Black Corded Sil...

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Richmond Amotour Dramatic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

qpttswnsr Vf ,, '..;> ¿ .»Ulli» . f ÄS *r-3=f,"<=,fi » -¡ Ott Wednesday evening last week the members of the above club cleverly placed before a fashionable, - appreciative, and encouraging audi ence that beautiful original pixy of Sydney Grundy's, *' In Honor Bound," and aleo the amusing farce, in one act, " Ici on Parle Francais," by Thomas J. Williams. The audience was certainly not as large as the en tertainment merited, and the visitors were rather disappointed at the lack of iuterest taken by the committee of the School of Arte, to which institution the proceeds were devoted. Only a few members of the committee assisted the visitors in arranging the many de tails necessary, and, to use the remarks of more than one of the number, they would have been in a hole but for the yeoman service rendered by Mr. J. ll. Bloome, both in tho afternoon aud also at night. During the evening the Windsor brass baud of twelve performers, under the conductorship of Mr. G. L>. Gal...

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Stewards [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Stewards Blood Horses and Hackneys Stallions and Mares, alsj Buckjumping Contest-Messrs. H. Skuthorp, O. Icely, and G. D. Wood. Coaching Horses- Messra. A. Benson, 0. ? Terry and W. Mitchell. Trotting Horses and Trots-Messrs. B. , Hall, Will Douglas, Percy Reynolds anJ J. ( G. Percival. Draught and Actiye Farm Horses and Specials-Dr. Callaghan, Messrs., R. Turn bull, J. T. Gospcr, J. ll. John-ton and J. Nicholls. Light Harness Hones - Messrs. C, J, Roberts, P. H. Ridge, li. Skuthorp, jun., and , H. C. Ezzy. Saddle Horns and Hunters, and Special Jumping Contests-Captain J, Lamrock, , Messrs. W. T. Charley, P.A. Holland, James , Hali and H. Omiston. Galloways and Ponies -Messrs. John Dun stan, N. Hall and G. Cobcroft. Cattle and Pigs-Messrs. W. K. Gibbons, i C. Farlow and t?. Cox. Poultry and Pig.ons - Dr. Callaghan, Messrs. George Davis, J. T. Town and A. ' Mottram. " * Dogs-Messrs. P. Fraser and J. B. Mit ( chtll. Farm Produce (.Sub-section A)-Messrs. ' S. H. Gow, John Devlin, T. Ga...

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To-Morrow's Programme WELL WORTH SEEING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Tc-Morrow's Programme WELL WORTH SEEING. To-morrow will be a great day. Our adverlisihg columns (ride end of page 6) will give readers an idea what an interesting programme it will be. The : drag hunt will be an exciting feature.

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ROYAL STUDIO EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Nove» balo» at the H.D.A, Show bas such an elabórate work of art been displayed as OB this occasion, when Mr, J. H. Bloome, of the Boyal Studios, Windsor, laid before the thousands of visitors an example of what can be done in photography. On entering the main pavilion a space of 16 feet by 12 feet was occupied by high-class portraits, from an ordinary sized cabinet to "fe size, and Mr. Bloome's own work. Art, properly so called, is no recreation ; it cannot be learned in spare moments, nor pursued when we have nothing better to do. It is no handiwork for drawing-room tables ; no relief of the ennui of boudoirs ; it must be under taken seriously, or not at all. Of the profession, Mr. Bloome has made a life-long study, and this masterly ex hibit places him in the front rank of artists. It has evidently taken him weeks to prepare the many pictures he has on view, to say nothing of the expense incurred in their production. It is quite a new feature, and we are pleased to see the commit...

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HAWKESBURY DISTRICT SHOW. The Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association's Twenty-third Annual Exhibition. A BDBILLIANT SUCCESS. SPLENDID EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

HAWKESBURY DISTRICT SHOW. The Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association's Twenty-third Annual Exhibition. _ i ?A. BDBILLI^aSTT STJCCE3BS. SI»X.BJ3SrX)IID EXHIBITS. '-TBS SHOW'S THE THING."-Shakespeare. Went to the Show OorgeouB turn-out ! Who'd ever know There'd been a drought f Ne/er saw corn Better-nor hay Sure as I m born, This many a day. Botter and bread, Jellies and jam, Wine, white and red, Bacon and ham. Paddings and things, Tasty and sweet Food fit for kings And Nobles to eat 1 Satin-skinned aires, Prancing and proui, Like as on wires - Scared of the crowd. Draught stock galore, Ponies and hacks ; More than a score Of hunting-field cracks. k Cattle in pens, Porkers in styes ; Boosters and hens Of wonderful siee. Hawkesbury beat Sydney's great show ; Not in same street Spite of their blow. People from town Country ag well ; Beal rustie clown - Smart city swell, Girls dressed in pink, Matrons in black ; (Tipped 'em a wink - Tipped me one back). World and bis Wife There wit...

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"The Now Vicar of Wakefield." REV. S. G. FIELDING'S LATEST BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

hm, 8 &. FIELDING'S LATES! BCHK." It ia related of the renowned Father O'Flynn that, while he was great in theology, concbology, and other scion tifio attaiaoients, he was BO full of humour that the Bishop on one occa sion called him to order, whereon he quaintly asked, " Can't the clergv be Irishmen, too?" In reviewing ihi* little work, published by William Brooks and Co., Sydney, for the modest sum of 2s 6d, we wish in the ärst place to point out that there is no attempt made to rival or follow ltulf Boldrewood, Hall Caine, Winston Churchill, Mary Johnston, or other popular writers, but just to give a humorous sketch of the ups and downs of a young clergyman fresh from England and quite green as to colonial experience. The writer gives due importance to the great vístry-meeting, and relates how the first coach journey was aa eye-opener to the traveller, who found he had only just begun to realize what the word misery meant. The experiences of being lost in the bush, nearly...

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Ourselves. WHAT BROTHER CHIPS THINK OF US. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

WHAT BROTHBB CHIPS THINK OP OS, \ Tbe «. Hawkesbury Herald " is the eupbo nioos title of a new weekly paper published at Windsor (N.8.W.). The conductors are Messrs. F. Collison and W. H. Pinkstone (son of the editor of the "Cootamundra Herald ''). Mr. W. H. Pinkstone seems tb bare been engaged in prece work since he out his first tooth ; he ba« been " printer's devil " and editor, and should be just the man to make a success of journalism in a country district. The new journal is certainly a credit to the proprietors, contains a great deal of well selected matter, and is splendid ly printed and artistically g it ap. What is of more vital consequence, from the vulgar managet Ul if not from the editorial stand point, there is a very promising show of ad vertisements. If the " Herald " is appreci ated BB it deserves to be the venture ought to succeed.-"Albury Daily News." Wc are pleased to receive the " Hawkes bury Herald," which comprises six demy pages of interesting river district ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

OoacMuilders 8$ Implement Makers (ESTABLISHED MABLY 40 YEARS), ] BEG most respectfully to thank the residents of Richmond, Windsor, and Surrounding Districts for the liberal support accorded them for so many yoais, and trust by the same attention to Business and First-class Workman ship to merit a Continuance of their Valued and Esteemed Support. OUR COMMODIOUS WORKSHOPS are a Guarantee that Every Protection is afforded to All Glasses of Vehicles, coming for Repair, from the Weather. Our Working Plant is Equal to Any Shop in the State. Our Late Addition is a Sinking Platform where Absolute Protection to the Felloes is sssured from being burnt, besides a great saving of labor and water. "VEHICLES of EVERY DESCRIPTION Made to Order and Repaired. C I_I (~\ C T IV ?r> naa Deen a Speciality for Years, of which paßt experi ^**C11^1 vJ eDce supplies ample proof, and Horses with bad eet, often unable to walk, under Mr. Mitchell's T care, have been made thoroughly sound. We have taken ove...

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

Tbe(,foUpwfoff {s the procramme ot parades and fixtures for the prereat quarter for the various military ci rps in tho district HAWKES¡ ORT PQDAOBOK OF LANCERS. Richmond an t Windsor Half-squadrons assemble at their respective headquarter, on the following dates : Date Parade Arms May 21 Half day Lance only May 24 Whole <<ay Lance and carbine May 31 Half day Lance and sword Dress for balf diy parades, drill order, with plumes. Dress for whole days, service marching order, no plumes ; but haversack«, wa'er bottles, ute-« tins, and boras feeds will be cai ried. Lunch will be provided. Khaki will not be worn until further order». Members are urged to attend every parada, and thus secure th« efficiency money for year ending 30th June, 1902. Members are warned against being late on pa-ade. " A " WINDSOR COT, SBD INPTT. BEGT. May 21, Half day para le May SI, Whole day parade Dress : Drill order. ?< D " RICHMOND Cor., 3BD INFTV. BEOT. May 24, While day May ...

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GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

GOLF CLUB. The Golf Club on Saturday after noon last played mixed foursomes. Some ladies from the Marrickville Club took part. We should feel grateful to the secretary of the club if he would furnish us with notes of matches. Mr. J. Cambridge, our obliging porter at the local railway station, commenced his annual holidays on Tuesday last. The many friends of Mr. George Hough will be pleased to learn that ! he is getting better under Dr. Hel sham's care, after a month's severe illness. Mrs. Kewin, of Lennox-street, who has been an invalid for about eighteen months with rheumatism, is Btill very bad. Her many friends regret to hear that such is the case, aud hope* her recovery will be a speedy one. 1 ;âi>!i)b^^^âtïiAit4>1 ;r»og*d lor »Mb» Behool pf Art», The newly-formed wiilon ot! Windsor-street ia now setting down splendidly. ¡ I A tip-top programme his í been ar ranged tor the concert at the Behool of Arta this evening. The ordinary meeting of the Rich mond Lodge of Oddfellow...

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DISTRICT NEWS. (Per our reporters and correspondents.) MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

iver out Tfpoxtm 0ä.ßrreip^iti\$,) MARSDEN PARK. Miss Palmer, who, about a mouth ago, in conjunction with Miss Hay lay, of this district, opened a private school in Riverstone, found it neces sary, owing to email attendance, to close it last Friday afternoon. Owing tc the severe illness of Mr. Robertson, of Sydney, evening ser vices have riot been held ia the Pres byterian- Church. Mr. Brown, contractor of Rouse Hill, has been busy making repa'rs to the road between the Post Office and the cemetery. Mrs. Morris returned home last Saturday after an enjoyable visit to Hurstville. The trip proved very beneficial to her health. I regret to report that in a few days we will lose an esteemed resi dent, Mrs. L. Leslie, who intends residing in the metropolis. Mrs. Leslie, despite the dry season, dis posed of most of her live stock at very fair prices. Mr. J. P. Walker, who during the Rev. C. A. White's term of office frequently conducted services here, has recently recovered from a severe i...

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PITT TOWN. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

PITT TOWN. (From our own Correspondent^. Mr. James Dunstan, senr., J.P., has been confined to his bed for some time owing to a severe attack of sciatica. His absence from the church is deeply regretted by the parish oners, who wish him a speedy recovery. The long-looked-for rain has not yet favored our little district, al though our neighbours at Cattai have been blessed with nice showers, which enabled them to plant their winter potatoes. The crops- are looking well at the latter place. The inhabitants feel they have been most unfairly dealt with in regard to the policeman, and are rather surprised the authorities were able to gather so much reliable information from one house. Did they ask the opinion of the man who held their horse ? A most favorable impression of oyr worthy TiiftmbRr. Mr Piripclpy Hall, was created by the great respect he showed to one of our most honorable families in their hour of trouble by his attendance at the funeral last week. I think I can safely say it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 May 1902

An exchange says that the ex governor of New South Wales (Lord Beauchamp) ts preaching throughout ] England. He has received a license j from the Arciibishop of Canterbury * for lay preaching. A man was caught red handed on April 23 robbing a hen-roost in Wallsend. When asked what he was doing so early abroad, he answered "Watching for the eclipse of the moon ! " The answer was valid, and he was allowed to depart in peace. WADB'S WOBM FIGS, the wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective, ls» boxes.* Sale. H.H; S. DYER HAVING purchased the WHOLE Sl'OCKof W. F. SWEETSEB, Rich mond, DRAPERY AND MEN'S MERCERY, intends to Sell Everything^> -AT 15 Per BELOW COST PRICE. HURRY ALONG -AND Secure the Bargains. If not in need of Goods at Present it will PAY YOU to BUY NOW and put by until such time as you require them. A Few of Our Lines : White Calico, Horricks's Al 4/3 doz Unbleached Calico, good, 3/3 doz Sheetings, 68in. twill, lOd yard Unbleached Sheetings, 8d yard Flannelette, all c...

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