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Solomon Consldefeth of PingPong. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Solomon Consldefeth of Ping Pong. The wise man saith " 1 will take a wife if any one will have me/* bul the fool saith in his heart, " I will play ping-pong." Straightway he hieth into the market place to the seller oi games, and there, with money, yea, with much fine silver, he buyeth a set of ping-pong, which consiBteth ol two small bats and a screen of fine netting and three small balls. Foi the fool and his money are soon parted: And having called unto him his tri end*; he say et h, " Rejoice with me, my friends, for I have bought ping-pong, Let us play and he merry." Bui il doth not yet appear what they shall be. And having with much labor and ejaculations attached ene screen wbicii will not be attached to the table which is too small for the game. Two mighty men of valour* approach the table, and they have never played before ; and they hold their bats a* ii they were live scorpions. Then one of them, scoffing at his fellow, says " Behold, see how I will hit the ball acrosB th...

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

;V 4^ the/Leading Üaily and Weel^fNew oï 'Im^^ ^Mâsy ^SOÍÉÍS, Presents/ Stationery. attie Mediane?. Anderson s barden ^eeds.. ; GriitMed Paper 2s Sa PER QUARTER PINKSTONE & COLLISON, Proprietors.

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

R A. Tye's corn cure is becoraing famous. Try a bottle. 6d and ls.* Mr. E. A. Pye's instantaneous headache care, ls per box.* rani! fyuitrtHtumtut Windsor School of Arts. TUESDAY. See Programmes. AlfredRanger HAS RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS From Various Owners yo Sell by Public Auction -ON Saturday, DECEMBER 20,1902, -Ar 3 O'CLOCK P.M., -AT THE ROYAL HOTEL, WINDSOR, Tlie Following Properties : LOT I.-ORCHABD PROPERTY, owned by Mr. JAMES HANCOCK, containing about 802 acres ; 25 acres planted with Citrus Fruit, Summer Fruit, and Passion Vines, Corn, Vegetables, fcc. The Land is securely fenced, and thereon is erected a ¡Substantial Brick House, containing 6 rooms, commanding splendid view. There are necessary outbuildings. TITLE FBEEHOLD. It is situate on the Ball ridge, and only 10 miles from Windsor, LOT 2.-ABOUT 40 ACRES, situate at Kurrajong, on the Bullridge Road, off Comleroy Road, the property of Mr. ARTHUR PECK. There are 20 acres ot Citrus Fruit, Summer Fruit, Passion Vines, Corn, ...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Church Services. j SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.80, Kev. C. G. Dunstan. Vineyards, 3.80, Memorial Service, Mr. L. Harnett. St, Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Bowell-Pricc, Eural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 7.30 ; Heights, ll. I ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock ; 2nd Muss IO o'clock. Even.»5 Devotions, 7.30. Bev. B. McDonnell. Christmas Day, Windsor, 1st Mass 7 o'clock, 2nd Mass ll o'clock. Biverstone, Mass, S) o'clock. Bev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. On Christmas Day, Special Thanksgiving Service at Richmond, At ll o'clock. I Windsor ll, Mr. L. Hash ; 7 (subject, "The Name Wonderful"), Bev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond ll, Ber. J. Wiospear ; 7, Mr. L. Dash. Currajong, 2.30, Mr. W. McCoy. Wilberforce 3, Mr. C. Woodhouse. Sackville, 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p,m. Rev. J Colwell. Lower Portland, S p.m. Bev. J. Colwell. T-eet's Vale, 10.3Q a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. Colwell. Colo, 3 p.m. M...

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A Christmas Outing on the River. (Written for the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

(Written for the Herald.") BY "CHHIB." For ages oceanward it bas flowed on Through woodland wild, beneath the hills' ' '" ' ' great feet, Past orchards rich and flowered meadows sweet, ' ! Singing its happy lay ; the sun has shone In silver splendour o'er it, and the moon Bas blazoned silver etchings here and there Upon its glancing waters ; the soft air Has crieped it, and the winds make sallen moan Above it like weird spirits seeking rest ; 80 flow s my life through scenes of joy and woe. Around me now sweet summer newera blow, And now I seem the dreary desert's guest ; ïiet, like the river, ever on I move To the vast ocean of Eternal Love. WILLIAM Cow AK. Everyone knows-or, at all events, everyone resident on the river knowe that it is customary for the proprietors of the steamship Narara to run an ex cursion from the upper reaches of the tiver down to the picturesque and his toric old settlement known as Wise man's Ferry-one of the most beauti ful spots on a stream world-famed f...

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

TEN BOLD ASSERTIONS. Regarding Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1. It affords quick relief in cases of colic, cholera morbus and pains in the stomach. 2. It never fails to effect a cure' in the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea. 3. It is a sure cure for chronic diarrhoea. 4. It can always be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum. 5 It cures epidemical dysentery. 6. It prevents bilious colic 7. It is prompt and effective in curing all bowel complaints. 8- It never p-od ucee bad results. 6. It is phasaDt and safe to take. 10. lt has saved the lives of mote people ¡ than any other medicine in the world. These are bold assertions to make regard I ing any medicine, but there is abundant, j proof of everyone of the above btatemtnts ¡ regarding this remedy. Every household should have a bottle at hand. Get it to day. lt may save a life. For sale by lt. A. Pye, chemist, Windßor ; Simpson and Holdsworth, ? Richmond.* liy adveitisin' Results surprisin' Are ea...

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

IRRIGATION ! IRRIGATION I i THE PRESENT DROUGHT TEACHES ONE GREAT LESSON. The Farmers Squatter, Selector, and Everyone on the Land, to be SUCCESSFUL, must have SUFFICIENT WATER for Grans, Crops, etc. Failing the Natural Means-that is, RAIN-the Ingenuity of If an is taxed to Supply this Want. Having a Staff of EXPERT ENGINEERS and SURVEYORS, I am Prepared to Bend a Representative to advise as to the Best Means rf IRRIGATING YOUR LAND, and Will UNDERTAKE to SUPPLY the NECESSARY- PLANT in WORKING ORDER. So 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. GIBS...

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

W. BEARD d CO.. GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGERS AND IMPORTERS, Have juBt received a NEW STOCK OF FANCY CHRISTMAS GOODS, comprising E.P. Butters, Preserve Dishes, Pickle Jars, Cruets, Butter Knives, Jam Spoons, Tea Sets, &c., and various other goods too numerous to particularise. We are Importers of All Kinds of Sheffield and Birmingham Goods. Paints, Oils, and Colors, Crockeryware, Glassware, and Enamelware Always in Stock. BEDSTEADS AND BEDDINGS. All Kinds of Timber, Building Materials, &c. We Must reduce our Very Large and Varied Stock, and intend to do so during the coming year at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ll T. LO60, .Draper, George-street, Windsor, WISHES all a Merry Xmas and a Bright and Prospérons New Year. He has just opened up a New Lot of Fashionable 8ummer Dress Woods, Hats and Mercery for the Season's Trade. The house is noted throughout the district for the bargains which are always going there, SB well ae the splendid quality of articles sold. The dressmak...

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

Popular Designs,_ IN FINE JEWELLERY, We show here a few designs wliich have gained the approval of Sydney women. Each piece is as perfect as skilled hands can make it, and the prices are in keeping with the designs popular. . Ask for our Catalogue ; . it is sent Free. No F1741.-Real New Zealand Greenstone and 9-ct. Gold Brooch, «tíl/1/-. Ko. F4404.-Elegant 15-ct. Gold Brooch, Set with One Diamond and Two Rubies, £3/10/-. No. K.SSÍK- The Pop\il»r NKI.I.IK ^TKU AKT BX VQLKS. The perfection Wo. F73l§. 9-ct GoM, Karl of make, f IIMMIIIU Joint atvl Catcïi, Size os illustrated. O-Ct. Gold and a iH Ammnvst t»-ct. GM, Ä-i'ö/-. 15-ct Gold, £5. PearlPendant, fendant, 12;6. Larder Size ., £4. - " £7.« «1/5/-. Smaller " ' " jfc'2'10/-. " £3,7/0 No. F1631.-!K-.>.-n. .>t-t Urse Diamond ami Kubies, £i;2i6. No. F162S.-9-ct. Gold Brooch, Set Hose Diamond and Rubies, £1/2/6 FA^HI0NA1:1... ¡;A.MLK><> i^A-SUl-KS. No. KM12(¡-!). No. Kwv. -«-*. Gold, £1/17.6. 15-ct. Gold, £3/15/ ct...

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

,fi ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT SYDNEY PRICES ! ! Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty Md 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 DONK UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FBEE. THE DRUG DEPAJJT1ÍEHT will be found thoroughly np-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour 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, CAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WiNDSOK-sTBEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. AU Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. <ST Painless Fill...

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Richmond Convent. PUPILS' ANNUAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

ijltdtmontl Couvent PUPILS1 ANNUAL CONCERT. The breaking-up entertainment in connection with the Richmond Con vent was held in the Richmond School of Arts on Friday night last. The night was anything but favorable. Rain was threatening. But bad weather does not deter Richmond people from supporting local objects ; and we are pleased to be able to say that on this occasion the hall was almost packed. The programme was one of the best we have witnessed for some time ; and the Mother Superior, together with the good sisters as sociated with her, are deserving of the highest compliment which can be passed upon them for the excel lent manner in which the pupils performed. The singing, acting, and playing were proof that the teaching capabilities of the convent are of the highest order. To attain such a standard of efficiency entails months of hard work and patience ; and Friday evening's performance was evidence that no pains had been spared with the coaching of the children. The stage w...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, DEC. 19, 1902. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, DEC. 10,1902. TO OUR READERS. It is our pleasure and privilege for the first time to wish our readers "A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!" As is only becoming at this festive time of the year, the " Herald " to day appears in its best and brightest apparel. Wt have endeavoured to make our Christmas number one of special interest to our readers, and a credit to onr good old district. It will be readily understood that the production of a 28-page paper, to gether with our M-page supplement, have entailed a great amount of trouble and expense. That trouble and expense we have gladly incurred as an acknowledgment of the liberal support we have received. It is and ever mil be-|ttr constant aim to keep our journal and our district up with the times. TbereVone thing that's important, in these bustling, bustling days, When everything's improving in a hundred thousand ways : If in the long procession you desire to keep your place, Or win some recognition in Life's lively,...

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

; .Boot Shops V\ .. ' : >. ? ?AVi^ii^pöd; .Wilmot. ./ . % , BofcktUlë College,-Sy4*esr ' üyole Depot' . . / . -ÖhemistB . ' ^ Ki-' ^,^^Wí:áilito»^mcí^#'.í;''¡'^',v .. :' ;.v: .«Ä;.8^:iÄHifijB^«t> Balmain v 8*tít, ?' i-9l:..,íJ^ingí»uí,B^road /^S'y^.^ydi'çy/iV. ? >. '"' . Bïàpers * . ^, r - ~ '* ^V^^^d'iffliiXIpi Wind««.; í ; " Simpson +M;%ß\äfr$p>h, Bichmond iWitMô W "? . ~ O. J. Forssberg,, 78 WiUiam-st., Sydney j p^ÄÄ'te^v"^ AV ";. : . ?.? j A if. fîC Biopme,#oyal Hotel, Wipdsor j *^v;¿Eo^^ Horse Hotel, . . . . Richmond ; ' . . * ' , Eases', Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor v A F. J. Kelly, Hatir^esVury^ Hôtel, Wise-* .:; ;A A<adS^F*rty A- - '?>'??? v ? ?AA C. ÏY &iepaenseh0eiderK Boyal Howl) f ~VA. ; :;'BicBmocd'' / A" fcigatioa . ' '. ?A 7 QibBjn/íattle & Co., 84 Pitt-st., Sydney , : S. Zöllner, 3D to 86 Druitt-etreet, Sydney jGlbson, Battle and Go., Sydney ; r : JWaBseyrHarro llanura., . . - ^ - -.'?A7¡^opste^-pp^iig ;_: . ? A: AA^iö^B^ /: f ^/Ji...

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Windsor Superior Public School. BREAKING-UP CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Windsor Superior Public ? School. s yií The annual breakúig-up concertán, connection with the Windsor Superior Public School was held at the Behool of Arts on Monday evening, and, in spite of the fact that heavy 4 rain started to fall at about six o'clock and continued till late, the hall was packed with an enthusiastic audience. Viewed from any point the entertain ment was a gigantic success, and, from the start to the finish of the long programme, we feel certain that no adverse comments could with justice be made on the proceedings. The greatest interest and enthusiasm was maintained by the appreciative audience, and all who saw the curtain fall on the last item must have gone away feeling proud of the teachers and with the assurance that energy, earnestness, and perseverance had brought about this most distinct suc cess. The teachers-including Miss Macintosh, Miss Sutherland, Miss Gosper (girls' department), Mrs. O'Kelly, Miss Marden, and MÍBB McDonald (infants' department)-are ...

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Windsor Grammar School. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Windsor Grammar School. ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. The annual prize day at the Windsoi Grammar School passed off on Tuesday afternoon, and was quite an interesting function. A large number of ladiei and gentlemen were present, including Rev. B. Keenan, J.r. (founder of th< Behool), Rev. A. Dandie, Rev. S. G Fielding, Hon. W. Walker, M.L.O. Mr. H. Willis, M.H.R. and Mrs Willis, Mrs. Brinsley Hall. Mrs. T Lobb, Mrs. Mendelsohn (Sydney) Mrs. R. W. and MÍBB Cobcroft, Mrs D. and Miss Holland, Miss Boyd Miss McCauley, Mr. C. Chester, Mr and Mrs. J. G. Beazley, Mr. and Mrs J. Ross, Misses M. and N. Callaghan Mrs. and Miss Gibson, Mrs. Bryan (Sydney), Mrs. C. Brown (Sydney) Mr. W. H., Mrs., and Miss Dean Mrs. J. J. Paine (Mayoress of Wind sor), Mrs. Hutchinson, Misses Hall Moses, Lobb, Ward, Dulcie Hall Pendergast, and a number of thi parents of the students. The guests were received by Mr Young (Principal) and the Misset Young, and* escorted into the school room, where the f...

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CLERGY OF RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

CLERGY OF RICHMOND. REV. J, HOWtíLD-PRICK. REV. DR. CAME RON. REV. M. E. O BRIEN. REV. J. J. F. L. FERGUSSON. c

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THE WINDSOR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

THE WINDSOR MEETING. In Windsor Mr. Cook spoke from the balcony of Miss Bushell's Royal Exchange hotel, and a large crowd assembled, including a big percentage . of the fair sex-the new electors. At one time there was a slight sprinkle . of rain, but nothing to speak of. It would, indeed, have taken something much more substantial to drive the . gathering away from such an interest ing and excellent address. A better speech was har J ly ever heard iu Windsor The chair was taken by the Mayor . (Aid. Paine), who neatly introduced the Member. Mr. Cook, who was warmly greeted on stepping forward, said it gave him the greatest possible pleasure to be - there to give an account of himself. It was usual, in times of recess, for a member to address his constituents ; and this was all the more obligatory upon him since he had been away from them so long. That, however, was not his fault ; it was the misfor - tune of the positiou in which he found himself. He had been away from them, but-not ...

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Windsor. A Merry Crhistmas. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Windsor. H l^erru ghrîôtmaô. The " Hawkesbury Herald " this issue greets ito readers with a 28 page paper, together with a 36-page supplement. Our grateful thanks to all con tributors for their valuable assis tance. In spite of the depression still left by the late drought, we can say that this is the biggest issue ever published in the Hawkesbury. We ask readers to carefully peruse all the advertisements. In our illustrations will be seen some pretty views of South Creek, Windsor. Anent the agitation to get the | creek made navigable, we are pleased to be able to state that the work of j snagging same is to be put in hand j during the first week in January. Mr. B. Hall, M.P., has received from the Department a notification to that effect. Re the movement towards getting the Quarter Sessions re-established in Windsor, the Premier has received from the Justice Department the following, dated 11th instant : " Sir,-Referring to your memo, of 17th ult., forwarding a communica tion from ...

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Reminiscences of Richmond. "The Horse and Jockey Hotel." HISTORY NOF THE OLD BUILDING. [By "Cooramill."] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Reminiscences of Richmond. "Ike Horse arçd Jockey Hotel." HISTORY OF THE OLD BUILDING. [By " Cooramill."] Anent your recent par. about "The Horse and Jockey Hotel," the following may be interesting to some of your readers, especially to those who were taught their alpha bet and learnt their down-strokes, their pothooks and hangers, along with me. But you are slightly in error when you say " The Horse and Jockey " was first used as a school. It was built by the Onus family. In what year, I cannot say ; but the late Mr. J. Onus occupied it about the year 1840 It was his first place of resi dence after his first marriage. Mr Onus supposed himself to be the rightful owner, but a dispute about same arose with a Mr. Bayliss. The former lost the lawsuit, and was evicted. Some years later, whilst speaking to him on the matter, Mr. Onus told me that he had discovered certain papers, which, if he had had them at the time of the litigation, would have proved in his favor ; but to go to law aga...

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Latter from Mr. Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 19 December 1902

Latter from Mr. Hall. The secretary of the H.D P,A. has received the following letter from Mr. B. Hall, M.LA.: " Dear Sir,-Your letter of recent date came duly to hand-re snagging South Creek. In reply to same, I have to say that I have kept, this natter continually before the Minis ter, and on each occasion have re ceived a reply to the effect that the -work would be put in hu nd as soon as the estimates were passed. How ever, I have presented your letter, and the Minister has promised he will name a date next week "

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