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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

THE Cycle Home, George street, WINDSOR, E. HAYES. Ageqi for Bennett ^ Wood, Sydney. OUR LEADING LINES. ROYAL SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Road Bier, Road Racer, 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-£18 10a. cash ; £20 terms. Rates-£6 deposit, £1 6s. per month. MODEL '« E " SPEEDWELL BICYCLE, Roadster or Road Racer. Price-£13 10s. cash ; £15 terms. Rates-£5 deposit, £1 2B Cd per month. "Tree Wheels " and " Back Rim Brakes " fitted to all our Bicycles at an Extra Cost of £2 10s. All SPEEDWELL Bicycles carry our usual GUARANTEE against defects in Material or Woikmansbip for 12 months. GOOD SECOND HAND MACHINES from £6 10s., £8 10s.. £10 10s.. £11, £11 10s. Easy Terms-£2 deposit, £1 per month. All Sundries Kept at Sydney Prices. Dunlop Tyres from IPs. to 25s. Oceanic Tyres from 148.6d. to 21s, Vulcanised Tyres from 14s. (id. to £1 7s. Gd. Inner Tubes from 6s. 6d ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS PRO...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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OBITUARY. MR. FRANCIS SIMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

OBITUARY. I MB. FRANCIS SIMONS. The grim reaper has been busy in pur midst of late, both old and young being cut down alike. One of the best known men in the Hawkesbury 4istrict, in the person of Mr. Francis Simons, of Macquarie street, Windsor, passed away "U Friday morning last at the age of 66 years. There was no more familiar name in the district than Frank Simons, and although he had been ailing for some time, his illness was a comparatively short one, and his death came as a shock to tho community. To within a few months of his death he was an apparently healthy and robust man, but he fell a victim to the much dreaded cancer The late Mr. Simons was a native of Parramatta, but had resided in the district nearly all his life, having worked at Riverstone, Pitt Town, and Rouse Hill (as overseer for some of the Terry family). For upwards of 30 years he carried on a coachbuildiog establishment in Windsor, and was a first-class tradesman. Years ago he took a keen interest in municipa...

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TWO POPULAR LANCER OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

TWO POPULAR LANCER OFFICERS. CAPTAIN P. CHARLEY, O.C. RICHMOND HALF-SQUADRON. CAPTAIN B. HALL, O.C. WINDSOR HALF-SQUADRON. I

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

Richmond. Ü ilcrry ghri6tmo¿ to ! Intense dissatisfaction has been ?caused by it leaking out that the Mayor of Bichmond and two other members of the eouncil have endeav oured to have the Flood Refuge Reserve at Clarendon cancelled, and handed over to the council. Th« matter was brought under Mr. Guest's notice by several farmers, with a request that he should represent to the Minister the injustice sought to be imposed on them. Action was immediately taken, and a decided stop put to the attempted wrong. Alder man Leavers states it has been repre sented as the unanimous wish of the council, when as a matter of fact only one-third of the council was present at the meeting, and no notice was given of the moving of the résolution. Mrs. J. McGrath, of March-street, is Haid up with a severe attack of in fluenza, and is under the care of Dr. Helsham. Mr. S. E. Paull has grown some of the finest Brownell potatoes in his back yard that we have seen this year. They are a splendid sample, and ...

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Hawkesbury Lancers. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Hawkesbury Lancers. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE » A meeting of the ball committee was held at the Orderly rooms, Windsor, on Saturday evening last when the following were prêtent: Captain B. Hall (in the chair), Lieutenants W, T. Charley end H. Skuthorp, Q, M.S. Clothier, Coi por als Blacket and Collison, and Troopers Brewer. J. Greentree A. J. Farlow, and J. O'Brien. SECRETARY'S REPORT. The following report of the secretary was read and adopted : " To the President, Vice Preidents, and Members of the Committee. " Gentlemen,-It is with feelings solely of pleasure I have io report that your 2nd Annual Lancer Ball» which took place on 12th {September last, at the hall of the Hawkesbury Race Club, was another pronounced success. " It was a glorious moonlight night, and notwithstanding the bad times and the conséquent effect of the pro longed drought, the room was well filled with representatives of all the leading families of the Hawkesbury district. Many were the expres sions of regret i...

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Scenes on South Creek, Windsor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Scenes on South Creek, Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

To the Ladies of Windsor and District. AFIRST-CLASS Dressmaking Estab lishment has been opened in the shop lately occupied by Mr. W. Moses, jun, (Seorge-street, Windsor (next to Mr, Mel» ville's. chemist. JACK LAMOND, HE LEADING HAIRDRESSER, wishes his Customers HJfhc jjgomplimentâ of the gcaócn, And reminds them that he is still alive. If you want a poid shave or Hair-cut patronise the ONLY JACK, PUZZLE. BOw4 TAILOR, WINDSOR. Jim Hunt, -OP HUB Leading Blacksmithing and Coachbuilding Factory . . THANKS the Residents of the Surround, j inp District for their liberal support during the iast yea.', and hopeo, by (riving j them nothing but thorough workmanship j and faithful attention, to merit a continu, ance of same. Ths CO ICHBÜILDING DEPARTMENT is under the ohatge of Mr. R. C. Parker (of Sydney"», and anything from a SULKY to a SOCIABLE can be turned out in beet style. « J.H. wisheó ali Hfhe $©mplimcnt6 cf the f|eaoon. J. Cheeseman, Horseshoer & General Blacksmith, GEORGE-ST...

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Soliloquy of the College Donkey. (Written for the "Hawkesbury Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Soliloquy of tfte College Doijkey. [By "Hee-Haw No. 2."] (Written for the *« Hawkesbury Herald.") " Midnight I Hee-haw 3 Not a sound fine the lights went out 1 Where are our boys ? Lord, they once ns© to gad abont ! Lonely the watchman «trolla out by th poultry farm ; Silent the bell that once sounded the nigh alarm. Shiver my tail ! what is this that has gu on us Í All bands asleep ! Why, the thing get monotonous 1 " Clear in the moonlight the cow vane* i glittering Safe from the rifle or shat-gun's loud spit tering. Time was when our ' marks men ' use* nightly to riddle it ; Now they'd get mad if I hinted they meddk it. Wonder what's changed 'em so 7 Choice, o necessity / Matterless 1 Even a donkey can guess it eh I Yesterday night, as I grazed near th« ostrich pen, Abdul remarked to Fatima, the mothet hen "Sweetheart, no student this year touchée the wings of us'; t Should this continue, there'll soon be great strings of us I' * Yes,' said a wyandotte-a . fine bird ' J ol pedigre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

rjt Hjícrru jghriatmoó to jgll ! C. CAMBRIDGE, Richmond's Leading Baker and Confectioner, . CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH CHRISTMAS OAKES, WEDDING, and BIRTHDAY OAKES Eqna! to anything ma-ie in the State. None bat th« Beet Ingredients Used. Send Your Christmas OHers Early. Try Cambridge's Meal Bread.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

I XMAS FOOTWEAR! H. R. S. DYER. Richmond Boot Coy, ????????????????????? n MANUFACTURERS S AND IMPORTERS. BOOTS MADE TO ORDER, and all kinds of repairs executed on the Premises. WE ARE THE BOOT PEOPLE. We art Manufacturers, thus saving the MIDDLEMAN'S Profit. . . Our Footwear is the EASIEST, NEATEST, ami MOST PERFECT FITTING ever produced. . v . V,:;,' SHOP HERE ANÏ> SAVE MONEY. . . J± FJEi-W" OW OXJTl LUSIIE S = ladies* Kid Lace Shoes, 2s lld, 3s 6d Boys BoUs, 2s lld Men's Calf Boots, 8s 9d ' Ladies* Kid Vice Button Shoes, 4s lld Men's Kip, 2s lld, 3s 6d, 4s lld Mens Tan Boots, 7s lld Ladies' Tan Shoes, 4s lld Men's lossacks, Ss 6d Men's White Shoes, 2s lld Ladies1 2-strap Shoes, 3s 6d Men's Lace Boots, 4s lld Men's Kid Lace Boots, 10s 6d Gloss, 4|d. We Have a Good Assortment of Gent's Ties, The Very Latest. MEN'S COTTON HOSE, 3 PAIRS FOR ONE SHILLING. WÊ ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR Neto Home Setting Machines, ON TIME PAYMENT OR CASH, AND ALSO AN AGENCY FOR THE BEST TEA SOLD IN THE DIST...

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MR. JOHN FORRESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

MR. JOHN FORRESTER. An old Windsor identity in tb.9 person of John Forrester (commonly known as Hairy Jack"), died at the Windsor hospital on Tuesday week at the advanced age of 79 years. The deceased was a native of Scotland, and came to the colony when only four years of age. He WHS present when the tiret sod for the commencement of our railways was turned iu Sydney, and often referred to this great work in our history. When twelve years «ld he was apprenticed as a butler to the late Captain Cox, of Hobartville, hut ran away, and afterwards appren ticed himself to the upholstering trade in Sydney. He was a splendid trades man, and for many years followed this occupation for a living. He was brought to Windsor about 26 years ago by Mr. John Primrose-that be I ing his firnt and only ride in a train. For over IB years he worked for Mr. J. W. Chandler, until old age crept on him, and he was compelled to go to the hospital. His remains were in terred in St. Matthew's "Church of England...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

DON'T FORGET Wal. Farloto's " Elite" Hairdressing: Saloon aod Tobacconist Establishment DURING THE FESTIVE BEASOiL HE ia admitted by all to be the Bal* Barber ia the District. Clean Water and Towel to Every Customer. Whilst Thanking Patrons for past support be wishes them all Hhe (Compliment* of thc Scaóon. BAKER and CONFECTIONER, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, TAKKS this oppsrtuniry of Thanking the Residents of Wind-or and District for the Liberal Support given to him, and wishes them all :A H'reoperouiS 3S:c\V ^ear. «3^ PICSIC PARTIES CATERED FOR. Don't Forget Him with Your Christmas Orders, Wedding Oakes A Specialty. ¿3¿ Ulcrru, (5>hri6tma6. FRED. BIDDLE, HAWKESBURY DAIRY, RICHMOND, DESIRES to Thank his numerous Cus tomers for the liberal support accorded him during the past year, and hopes, by thorough cleanliness and the sale of the PURE ARTICLE, combined with Civility and attention, to merit a continu» ance of same. THE MILK IS ABSOLUTELY PffRE, and is drawn from the Best Dairy He...

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Concert and Social at Lower Portland. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Concert and Social at Lower Portland. Á most successful concert and social was held in the Church of England on Friday evening laßt. Much of its ] success is due to Mr, J. R. James and the members of the Methodist choir, who worked indefatigably. The church was tastefully decorated with the lovely Christmas bush, now out in full bloom, and everything passed off without a hitch of any kind. A most interesting programme was presented ; and, judging by the rounds of applause which followed the various items, it was highly appreciated by the big audience. Valuable assistance was rendered by several visitors, including Mr. CW. and Miss Westall (Mul grave) and the Misses Wilson and Fernance (McDonald Hiver district) These performers, it goes without saying, proved a decided acquisition to the entertainment. Keen regret was felt on all sides at the inability of our worthy member, Mr. Brinsley Hall, to attend (he being detained in Sydney by his Parliamentary duties), but all were delighted ...

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The Old and New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

ï|e Old and ]tew Year. Listen t A dirge floats far o'er the stillness The " Passing of Time." A year hurries on. One more page is added to memory ; One more verse to life's dreary song. Toll for all cares, awi wrongs, and mis givings, The message and words that are left unsaid ; More worthy a rose of love to the living Than sumptuous wreaths and sighs for the dead. 2Jo joy can be wrought when voices are silent, And hushed is the song of sorrow and pain ; Bnt with the year that is dawning to-morrow Peace may blossom, as Howers after rain. Time hurries on. Life's sea we are sailing For sunny isle, or rough, rugged slioie, New hopes will unfurl the flag of gladness In the port of love for evermore. NETTA WALKES. 1S02.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE la charmingly situated In Its own park like grounds of 13 sores, on the Heights of Rockdale, Sydney, overlooking Lady Robinson's Beach, Sans Souci, Botany Bay, the Heads and the Ocean. All Subjects are taught by Experienced Masters. The boys attend the Church of England, but may attend any other Church their parents desire. The course of Instruction Includes all subjects of the Civil Service Board Exams, and Commercial Subjects, Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, Seo. FEES, from £9 9s. per QUARTER, which includes all subjects of Educ lon, good Board, Laundry, and Mending. NO EXTRAS. Boj S need Business Education ; and sending them to College strengthens their cha acter and makes them feel the value and worth of home. Do not worry er governesses, but send your boys here, where they will have a good me, and receive a thorough education under experienced masters. Prosp ces, &c, on application to the ES ABusHEo io YEARS. Principal Rockdale College, Sydney...

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Messrs. McCauley and Johnston on the "Creek Scheme." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Messrs. McCauley and John ston on the " Creek Scheme." (To the Editor.) Sir,-I am glad to see the Windsor F.À. still alive to the necessity of making Scuth Cre^k navigable for river traders ; though sorry to find wrong impressions prevailing in the minda of some of its members. For instance, Mr. McCauley attributes the loss of that £6,000 voted for the river "as the result of having two factions in town-one for the river, the other for the creek." As a one-time leader of the creek scheme-and always an advocate of it-I must contradict that statement. The advocates of an open navigable creek never at any time opposed any attempt to get the river cleared to Windsor wharf-though the "one idea" party did oppose our alternative scheme. I referred, not very long ago, in a letter to your con temporary, to a certain big meeting held in the School of Arts, and the action X took in thb matter which was to emend the resolution proposed by Mr. Piddington and his party, by tacking oh to It a cert...

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

WILBERFORCE. . i It is rumored that another wedding is to be celebrated here early in the new year, the young people con cerned being well and favorably known As times improve no doubt there will be many more 6uch happy events. Drought acts as a deterrent to many a bold project : but when the season is good a nest is easily made. Good luck to 'em ! As a result of the beneficent rains, the young orchards and gardens on the settlement look splendid. In the bush, and especially on the "Creek Ridge," there is an abundance of grass, the like of which has not bee n seen rhere for years. Stock running in this bush look quite sleek. They wear a more cheerful expression than was their wont six months ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

1Schnappt don't take substitutes. There is one only and only one genuine WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Don't be put off by thc "just as good " story* Unless the real brand is obtainable it would be wiser and safer not to take any at alt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

A. GRIMWOOD'S New and Seasonable Goods at Bargain Priées. SPECIAL VALUE in Light Pongee Cambrics, soft finish, at 3£d yard Fancy Figured Muslins, in floral patterns, at 5/6 dozen Dark Indigo Prints, at 5d, 5£d, and 6£d Lilac Pattern's from 3/11 per dozen A IN JOE A SORTMENT of Organdie MuslinB, Delaines at 6 Jd, 7¿d, 9d, 1 and 1/3 per yard GRIMWOOD'S Selection of Laces 18 THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT Beautiful Patterns in Guipure, Garland, Placuen, and Eidelweis Laces for Trimmings Valenciennes Laces, from lOJd per doz Valenciennes Insertion from 1/J per doz. Torchon Laces and Insertion, from 1/ per doz. Real Torchon, coarse make, at per doz at GRIMWOOD'S. IEE OSIER "ST . Children's Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, all sizes, at 4J per pair Dresse«. New Voiles, Black raffe tte, double width, at 1/11 yard Black Canvas Voiles, at 2/11 yard Black Figured Lustres, from 10¿d " , Black Figured Voiles, at 2/6 Fancy Cheek Voiles, all colors, at 1/4} per yard AT GRI M WOOD'S. Boots. Some Special Lines ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

AT SPFOIAt FRICËS. Ladies' Black Hose,; 5d per pair, or 3 pairs for 1/ ' , Black Cashmere Hose, 10|d Superior Cashmere Hose, seaml ess, 1/ per pair, or 3 pairs for 2/11 Black and Tan Lace Bose, 1/ per pair Girls' Bibbed Hose, 4d, 5d, 6d Girls' Bibbed Cashmeres, from lOJd per pair Ladies' Undervests, from 4£d Superior ditto, from lOd to 2/11 D. HOLLAND & CO. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. Chemises, Nightdresses, Combina tions, Knickers ; a splendid selection ; from 1/11 to 12/6 each garment. Special Reductions to Buyers of a Large Parcel. MUSLIN APRONS, large size, from 1/ each LACE COLLARETTES, from 1/3 to 3/11 GLACE SILKS, black, white, and colors, per yard LADIES' BLOUSES, from 1/11 to 5/11 DRESS SKIRTS. Black Alpacca, from 5/1 i to 18/6 WHITE PIQUE, from 5/11 Sipe Mliieni 1er Clptiaas. At Moderate Prices. Try D. HOLLAND & GO. PRINTS. PRINTS. 3Jd per yard, or 2/1 If. per dozen. Better Qualities, from 4¿d.to 7£d yard, GREY* SHEETINGS, from ofd yard WHITE CALICOES, from 2/11...

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