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MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

i ? "JL.-»_- ;. j Sydney,' Thársday. Operations in general produces yeetér-1 day were oh ^^mè what restricted ¡scale., "ifhé good supply *>! 'produce forward by rail-was1 disposed of. the most, important change in prices being an advance > ip, lncerpe hay. .Choice green samples in BmàlVbBleâ'bronght'np to £4 përtoû.^Ori the wharfs no chanee ' can foe ' repbrted,' . owing to the balk of the hay conting for- , ward being for transhipment to Queens- land. The market for potatoes was ex.- . cited owing to the fact that very small shipnaeuts are expected forward from Tasmania next week. Sales of good« ' sized parcels were made at £2 15s early in the day, but towards 1 o'clock the majority of holders were not prepared to sell except at'advanced ratés. Onions were more plentiful, and in 6teady re- quest at slightly lower prices. In grain' no change was noted, the market for all lines remaining firm. Both maize and. oats were in fair demand. The inquiry for bran and pollard was good, ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

>î°tep «Ste ?foo!» ie lai^p w»w au ulcerated throat, auk W&M'tó'atldñ'd fehis duty. . The raíasré have had has done «taúnminse&mo this 4astwt, açid there is a good growth Jn the'¡grass. It is a good time fpr sowing, and most of the far* mers are getting in their seed for green crops, i A resident ox freeman's Beach, who'has reared a large family, has lately taken to smoking, with a vi«w, it is said, of reducing his flesh. We think if he would leave off eat ing oranges he would accomplish the same result. The tennis match, which was to have taken place a fortnight ago between Freeman's Beach and Lower Portland did not come off on account of the wet weather, and itv has now been postponed till after Easter. A, match is also being arranged between Freeman's lie ach and Windsor Public School Clubs. Many of the adulte and most of the children who attended the school picnic on Friday last had their first trip down the river, the children enjoying it immensely. During th...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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WINDSOR MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

1 WiXDáoR M.vEKriTS. Followîn? are ihe prices current at j tne Windsor Market«: - £ s d £ s Sd Maize .. from 0 2 8 tj O 2 LO Oat«. OOO 029 Bran ." OOO OOH Potatoes ... 0 2 6 0 3 6 !

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ORCHARD & FARM. For Laying out Five-Acre Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

gao For Laying ^onW Five-Acre ... Orchard. J i : inquiries are often received from intending orcharo^aiB for^Vioe as io. the best 'méémMX^á^áA aa orchard. It is not possible, ot -course, to give anything like de Unite instructions about a matter of the kind until one has gone care- fully over the site, because, wife, the exception of some of the, plain country, it is almost out of the ques tion to find two areas in which soilf I aspect, approaches, &c., are iden* tioal. ? If, however, a person about to lay out an area has some sort of a rough standard to go by, he caa adopt or modify it to suit the pecu- liar circumstances of his site pr hit* own tastes. The nhief .thing to» remember is that unless one deter' iniues upon some settled plan for an orchard, especially r one that i* tobe planted out by degrees, aa the years go by many, inconven- iences crop up, and the orchardist may have to waste time and money in rearranging things. It is merely with such an object that the fo...

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

.-Tl-1 m ? .. hare the Largest Stock ia Af^^/ilew^^^^p^^é you ', 'I i Î: »got on» oiour New Catalogues t îï Jiot; call OT write * for one, Posted Free. 72 Pages, 500 Illustrations. , Just Published. ! «Ll AI I ie DEA. WING-BOOM SUITE, in »ch Genoa Velvet, with Bilk,plush nni-tö borders, vi«., Settee, 2 Arin Chaira,' and 4 Carved Chairs, for S ' Guineas. ; Thirty Drawing-room Suites to select from. WALL'S DîNINfl-BOOM SUITE, very strong, covered in Beat American ' «Tirii-i- 59 j^jther ; 6 Padded Back Chairs, Large Couch, and Pair Easy Chairs. 6 Guineas. Ditto, in real Maroon Leather, 10 Guineas. WALL'S BEDROOM SUITE, Polished Pine ot Walnut Color; Wardrobe n/-% i*. ^ with Plate-glass Door »nd : Deep Drawer; Duchess Chest Drawers with Glass Attached; Marble-top : Washstand, Towel Bail, and Oiiair, £6 15s. UAI l»C FULL-SIZE HALFTTESTEB BEDSTEAD, Brass Footrail, Double Wire Mattress, and Set Best Wool Bedding. 4 Guineas. With Best Kapok Bedding, £4 17s 6d. A: HALL AND COMPANY, The Unive...

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

DRESSMAKING «T MILLINERY. Mrs. Harris INVITES the attention of the resi- j dents of the surrounding district to j have a look at her business in W1NDS0R 6TBKET, B1CHOND. Latest Styles kept in Ladies' Sailor Eats. 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. Professional Plano and Organ Tuning. Our Representative - VISITS - WINDSOR REGULARLY,' And also on Receipt of Letter. Orderp, addressed c/o ADVOCATE Office, will be promptly attended to. W. BLACKBURN & SON, Piano & Organ Tunen and Repairers, Parramatta. ESTABLISHED 1876. -?---<lpr Proffesslonal. à\ T. oxxcrass; SOLICITOS, ETC., Rote's Chambers, 60 Castlereagh-street, SYDNEY. . - NOTE.-Money advanced on approved security. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Sn...

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

FÄiRLf mm aun THE .REMEDY. Tlie Case of MR. THOS. tE& iÇrom the "Penrith, JSV&'flT* Tvw*"\ (BY OÜB SPECIAL KKrOHTSBv) Oar reporter crossed the Xejiepnat Ffcn rith, towards E.i u Plaius, but .«d Mr. Thomas Leo.atravelliiigii.erchaiifc, wasabaent from his home. However, the neighbours informed the newspaper an tha.t ii ; hu fol- lowed the road io wurde the . mountains his sear h woul be rewarded, and «ure enough Mr. Leo's tilted wagon ooon hove in, sight. The reporter mounted the vehicle, and whilst comfortably jogging on to ards the mountaius, took down tho tallowing narra- tive straight Irom Mr. Lee'* own lips : "In one o' my journeys I caught,cold, a liep.vy feeling in the head came ou, acoom tea, and all sorts of other diarrhoea mitturee which my wife got me from the chemiatjs, and not a bit of good from any one of fthem. At lase I was so bad I Couldn't Get Out of Bed." '* Did you get no relief at all Î " " Yes, in some cases, after using some strong stimulating dr...

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

Madame C. Chalk, ELEOTBOPATHIST, ETC, WILL visit WINDSOR TO-MOR ROW. (Saturday) and will con- tinue her visits regularly every month. ? MADAME C. CHALK may be con- sulted at Bloome"* Boyal Hotel, George street, and any further information may be had by applying at the .above establishment. Established 1884. ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYÖNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT. Consignments Promptly Attended to. Account Sales and Cheques EENDEEED WEEKLY. Intercolonial Fruits . . . .... Always on Hand. GENERAL PEpDUOE AGENT, j Highest Market Prices Obtained For all Farm Produce. Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Every Attention given to consign- ments, &promptreturns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of New South Wales, Sydney. POST YOUR We Return all Watches duly Repaired, Post Free, with a Written Guarantee for 1 year To Iolan,Time$ Co. Watchmakers, Sixpence WiU pay for Registering and Posting yow Wa Two Shillings will pay for Cleaning yotir Walch ot a ne Three Shillings wi...

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

Hfcttete;Pamunatta Establish- ment Ur. O. O. Hatte, the weü-knowndraper and clothier, bas now closed np his es- tablishment at Windsor, Bot in doing so has opened ap a still larger place in a more central part of the important dis- trict ; that is on the site of,the old court' house at Parramatta. These premises are very commodious and fitted up with : every trade of convenience. Hatte bas already earned a favorable name in town ; and his present extension will enable him to meet the increasing demands made upon him. In making this change, Hatte desires to thank his old friends for their past support, and trusts to receive a con- tinuance of their-patronage in his Par- ramatta establishment. If some of them have to travel a little further, their jour» ney will be repaid ten-fold in the great bargains that will be offered to.them. Wherever Hatte has gone he has made a host of friends, and his advent has been a boon to the district. It will be the same at Parramatta, for he ia determi...

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. ! -«- i Sergeant Thorndike hap had another shift up,the police ladder. From Penrith to Berrima ia cer- tainly . to ,a colder; climate-possibly as such the old Kudgee mari, after 10 years at Penrith, will be con- sidered to have achieved promotion. Certainly some funny things are doue at times in this remarkably dominated police department. Early on Wednesday morning Patrick Macarthy, a resident of Smith's Creek, near Kempsey, rode in and reported to the police that Percy Hancock, a selector at Smith's Greek, eleven miles from Kempsey, on the Port Road, had shot John Lawson dead about ll o'clock on the previous night. The police started at once for the locality. Haucock is deemed to be insane, as he has previously shown signe of mental derangement. The vic- tim is a young man well known in local sculling circles. Lawson was playing the fiddle in the hui when Hancock said, ' That will do Jim,' Lawson laid down the violin, and Hancock fired fcwiee. Lawson's wife tho...

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

NOTES. Residente from all parts of the Hawkes- bury district «ere to be seen at the races on Saturday last. Plain Bill waa considered by many a " sore thing" for the Welter, botas resalta proved he «as at no time in the race. Everything on Saturday last st the H.B,C. meeting went off like clockwork, solely due to the capable management of Mr. 0.6. Quest. Loud and many were the praises be- stowed on Mr.. and Mrs. P. Belridge, for the splendid way in which the catering was carried ont at the races on Saturday. [ - % The owner of St. Mars, Mr. W, H. Dean, has in this two-year-old, a worthy representative of Bill of Portland, and one which will in future be worth watching. As the result of the Hawkesbury Races on Saturday, the Sydney " bookies " went home with the " fat of the land " leaving many WuuUorites "stony broke" and lamenting. We noticed Detective Keating at the races on Saturday on the QUI VIVE for the confidence man. Happily at the races held in our district they are usually ...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

. HERE AND THERE.] -?-? I By MAX ROLDEN. It would have been difficult fer JSew South Wales and Victoria to lave chosen two more able Federal Delegates than the ones they sent. JBoth are barristers, both are pro* minent politicians, and both have ' ior a long time been very indefatig- \ Able in their endeavours to effect- uate the consummation of Federa- tion. Mr. Edmund Barton (New .South Wales Delegate), is a native of New South Wales, born at Glebe Point in 1849, and is therefore 51 jpeaxa of age. He was educated at the Sydney University, through rf -which institution he passed with great distinction, taking his de- gree of Master of Arts at the age of ¿21. In the following year, or in 1871, Mr. Barton was called to the bar. In 1878 he entered Parlia- ment as representative of the Uni- versity. When the electors of Hew South Wales selected the ten "Federal Delegates they put Mr. Barton at the top of the poll, and at the Convention he was elected President. So that, seeing how prom...

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

COLO (From oar own Correspondent.) Mr. Brisbane F. Jones has a splendid crop of quinces along hi« bank ; but the "foxy" flying-foxeB are playing havoc among them. Bria plays havoc among the foxes occasionally, yon know. Several Colo folk intend taking advan- tage of the trip to Newport, which is to be mn by the fast s.s. Surprise about the end of the present month. They may depend on an enjoyable trip. Let 'em all come. Mr. Raymond Metherell killed a diamond snake measuring nearly 10 feet the other day. Bay says he saw the rep- tile swallow a large hare just before he i killed it. Two shots had to be fired be this monster gave in. Several of the local orchardists have sent small consignments of oranges tc market lately. The frnit that is being marketed at present came earlier than the main crop, and for which remunera- tive returns are expected. Messrs. A. and I. Woods, of Sackville, have commenced trading on the ri ver with the s.s. Bastermorn, Mr, A. Grimmwood's steam launch. They...

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LEET'S VALE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

LEErSYALE. (From our own Correspondent.) Sports, picnics and cricket matones are on the tapis to provMe recreation for the coming Easter holidays. The matter of the Court House being established at Wiseman's Ferry is now, I hear, definitely settled This is a matter thrtt the people hereabouts have been agitating for for some considerable time, and the people are pleased that the hoon is at last to be conferred. The unsnfe condition of the wharf landing, which leads to thc local post office, is a source of constant annoyance and grua/bling to the residents here ab ut*, and we wonder that the post- master bas not arranged that the matter should receive attention . ere t:.is. Near the wharf landing there is a. lan (slip whereby were a false ftcp made by ihose who hare necessarily to go for their mail, whic i arrives after dark, it would result in nothing lets than broken limbs. This matter could easily be rectified were Mr. Leet to put n laborer on for only a couple of da>B. 1 am co...

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MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

MAINLY ABOUT PEOPÈfc ? _-*-. Li Hung ßhmg is reputed to be worth £100,000,000. General Butler's age is 61, Kit« ebener , is 50, Lord Roberta is 68, and Lord Metheun 55. Premier W. J. Lyne attained bis 56th year on Friday last, having been born on April 6th, 1844. It is now announced that Roberts will succeed Wolseley as Oomman der-in-Chief of the British army after the war is over, A better or more popular head than " Bobs " the army could not have. The ~ N.S.W. Agent-General, Copeland, should take with him two clerks thoroughly acquainted with the province he represents. At present there is not (as is pointed out by Agent-General Salomons) an official in the London office who has never even been in Australia ! Hector MacDonald, one of the few officers of the British army raised from the ranks, was intro- duced to the Prince of Wales when he returned from Omdurman. "I don't think we have ever met be- fore " said Tummy, who reckons he never forgets a face. "Oh, yes," said Fighting Ma...

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

. . . IS 4.GAIN , . . LEADING . . . WITH HIS ... Autumn & Winter Stock BEFORE THE GREAT RISE IN WOOL took place the BLANKETS and FLANNELS had bean purchased, and they are now being offered at the OIil> PBICBS. New Dresses, Capes, and Sunshades, In fact, Everything Fashionable for the Season Wear is now opened. : MILLINERY I MILLINERY 1 Here we lead! OUR MÍLLINERY WINDOW is UP-TO-DATE, and often serves as a COPY to our WOULD-BE, IMITATORS ! SEH OXJJEl -WI3Sr3pO"WS -ÔJSTD O^SES! E. BOARD, Victoria Souse, Windsor: N.B.-Don't Forget our Boots THE NEW Signet! xs aa:ABziiwc3- ITS Smokers are asking for it of all .. . Storekeepers . , SEE THAT YOU GET IT! lew South Wales Fresh Food & Ice Co., Limited, 25 HARBOUR STREET. 92 KING, STREET, 134 KING STREET, 23 ROYAL ARCADE. -POR MILK BUTTER GAME CREAM FISH POULTRY ICE PASTRY, ETC., ETC., ETC. Head Office, 25 Harbor Street, Sydney. H. PATESON, MANAGER. STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUÏ at the ECONOMIC STOEBS and « KEEP T...

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Hawkesbury D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

Hawkestone D;A. Association, A meeting** the Oommittee WM held afc the Shanr-ground on Tne»day «{ter. mon last. Present : Mr J. D. Bingle (in the chair) and SO tnembeiw. mutates of lasJLoeetiag were read a$á ooafinaed. ACCOUKT6. Hart and (ku, timber, £6 17s; Fir Premium, £1 Us 6d ; " Daily Telegraph, SB ; " Cumberland Argua," £1 10s. The accounts were passed for payment TKKP&BS FBOit BA.KD3. Balmain Coldstream. 20s per mai Newtown Braes. ISe per mai Scottish Rifles. 17s per mar Cumberland Brass . Hs, per. mai Proposed by Dr. Cal aghan, seconded hy Ur. Campbell, and carried, ,-< That tbs tender of the Scottish -1 tifie? Band be ac- cepted for lith »lay.-14 members." The Secretary read the following let- ters : From the Bon W. J. Lvne consent inp tu open the Show on 11 th May. From Mr.. «eo. Nicholl«, con plaining of the omisión of bla;k and wb'te game clas<¡ei; from the Schedule., which he con . tende.i was a very great mistake From v'r. James Hull, offe...

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

FRUIT JTREES. Orange Grove Nursery, Freeman's Beach, via Windsor, N.8.W. ABOOT 15,000 CHOICE FRUIT TRKRS, including Summer Fruits. Also Choice Bulbs, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds sup ¿fuied. All letters to be addressed to, IZZARD & CO.. or, W. M. HOSES, Windsor. To the Inhabitants pf the Hawkesbury District ,We are opening ex S.S. BUTESHIRE, our First Shipment of General Drapery for the Season. Our Orders wero placed before the Rise in PriceB, consequent on the great advance which has taken place in the Raw Material, Wool and Cottonl Tt TTT . Be Wvseand ¡Save Money'^^^ BY MAKING YOÜE PURCHASES FROM A FIRM WHO HAS Command of the British and Continental Markets, and Who BUYS FOR CASH. It is impossible to enumerate every line, sufficient to state EVERY DEPARTMENT IS BEING REPLENISHED. Blankets, Flannels, Mannelettes, Sheetings, Clothing, Men's, Boys', and Youth's Hats, Shirts, Waterproof Coats, Etc. Press Materials-in ...

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

THE Family of thc late MR: W. BRAGG- desire to return their sin- cere thank* to those who .visited him during his illnetp, letters of condolence, j especially Mr. Lobb and the Odd Fellows of the Prince of Wales Lodge, Wiudsor. M. A. BRAGG H. BRAGG. RETURN THANKS. I. WISH to convey my sincere thanks ', to a|l those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence to myself and family during my late beloved wife's last illness, al>o to especially thauk the Rev. J, Howell-Price and Dr H elsham for . their kind attentions during that late sad period. ' 'ROBERT PATERSON, Richmond. Windsor Markets. ON AN» AFTER THIS SATÜBDAY, April 14th.< SALES will COM JlKNCE at 2 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP. J Afc. B. JOHNS ION, Auctioneer. TENDERS. TBNDBBS will be received by the undersigned until the 18TH APRIL, for the laying of CONCRETE FLOOR in REEL BOOM of Richmond Fire Station. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to J. DONOHOE, Capt, FOR SALE. 2, f\...

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The Plague and the Royal Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 13 April 1900

The Plague and the Royal j Agricultural Show. j No doubt many of our readers, who usually go tb Sydney at Easter time, will this yesr, on account ot the plaçne, con* Bider it judicious to remain away. ,-W-e are making arrangements lo abppiy^these, as well as our readers generally, with, what ia the next best thing to a personal' inspection of the exhibits. We intend issuing from this office as soon as possible after judging day a profusely illustrated supplement, specially written for the HAWKESBURY ADVOCATE, giving an in* teresting and exhaustive account of the entire exhibition ; thc reading matter and illustrations will cover an 8-page sheet, equal tn 16 of our ordinary pagos, the illustrations being of the prin- cipal prize takers in tue various sections both iu ¡Stock, Agricultural and other Alaubinery, as well as other subjects of general interest, or of special interest to residents in this district, lt iaacomtnou mistake to suppose that thc Royal Agri- cultural Society a Sho...

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