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The Hamkesburg Herald. WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, DHC, 24. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, DBC. 24. Happy Xmas to all ! To-night will be tim busy time of the year for business people Before going out to shop, kindly cast your eye over our advertising i columns! Our next issue will appear on New ? Year's Eve (Wednesday), at about 5 i p.m. Advertisers, please note. An nouncements for that evening or for the holiday will thus reach a big per centage of our readers in go3d time. As our "comps" are having the rest of this week off, and as the next issue is to appear two days earlier than usual, we ask the indulgenoe'of subscribers if the edition mentioned happen to be somewhat smaller than usual. Our grateful thanks to friends for their kind congratulations on the success of Our last issue-our first Christmas number. In spite of the common grumble about nard times, the " Hawkesbury Herald" managed to rise to the occasion, and earn the compliments since showered upon us. We hope the Hawkesbury people will show their appreciation of us in a practical way by l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT STONEY PRICES ! ! Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. Teeth OD 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 FEE E. 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. Your Sight Tested and-Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles moke Glasses and Goggles in all 8hades. J W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G.W. BENSON, DENTIST, . Of " Homebush/' Sydney, OAN BE CONSULTED AT SLITS HOTEL, WlNDSOB-STBEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From 11.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. AU Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. <y Painless Fillings...

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Windsor Civilian Rifle Club. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. ANOTHER SECRETARY APPOINTED. THE OTHER APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

Windsor Civilian Rifle Club. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. ANOTHER SECRETARY APPOINTED. THE OTHER APPOINTMENT CANCELLED. EXPULSIONS, i COMMITTEE CENSURED. A special meeting of members the above club was held at the t racks on Monday night. It was cai by Mr. William Moses, President, accordance with a requisition recei by him, and signed by ten memben the club. The requisition referred stated: ' ' - The Secretary pro tem. having neglec to convene a special general meeting of Windsor Civilian Rifle Club, as requested r tbe members, we, the. undersigned, her ask you to convene such a meeting at earliest possible date to deal with the rest tions hereunder : (1) To consider and deal with the act of the committee in appointing a secrets this matter still being in the hands of members of the club, and not delegated the committee by them. (2) That in view of the recent exonérât of William Wortley by the military autb ities, and the unanimous removal of '. suspension by the members at a spec gene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

DXtiffTY RINGS. . 18-carat Vjold is the quality used . m maknng these _ exquisitely . designed i Jogs. All stones used are OESC^INE, and of GOOD , . QUAMTV. No matter what your . fancy may' be, we are sure to . have" it. L owest Prices always. Ask for our Catalogue. We send it Free to all. No. F332l.-18-ct Gold Diamond and Ruby Ring, £3/10/-. No. C3.-18-ct. Gold Bini', 3 fine Diamonds, £17/10/% 2 Diamonds, 1 Sapphire, £13/10/-. No. C7.-18-ct. Gold and flue Diamond King', £8/10/-. Ko. 17fiA.-Lady's or Gçnt.'s IS-ct. Gold Band Bing, £1/1/-, £1/10/-, £2. No. F5328.-Three Sapphires, Four D lamonds, 18-ct, Gold, £5/10/-. No. 163.-Rinfr, Ttyo Diamonds, Three Sapphires, or Rubies, lsSfc. Gold, £3/10/-, £4/;lO/-,£5/10/-. All Diamonds, £5/5/-, £6/1.0/-, £7/10/-. No.?5.--'8-ct. Gold and fine' Diamond Cluster I ti"!,', £30. W ith Sappi1""* Centre, No FS>t 10 -Two Diamonds, Three Sapphires, 8-ct. Gold, i ? £2' ??? '.: No. F3322-18-ct. ' ' Gold King, Set Diamonds and Rubies, . £3; No. CIS.-J8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

TO TUAVKL THIS SEASON through Lower Hawkesbury and St. Albans District, THE PUBE-BREI> DRAUGHT HORSE, YOUNG CHAMPON M. YOUNG CHAMPION ll. is 5-years.oId, and is by Young Champion ; dam {rom a Shieldbearer mare (.imp.) ; gd from a Scotchman mare (imp.) ; ggd from a Con queror mare (imp.) ; gggd from an Old Tom mare (imp.) ; ggggd from a Drayman mare (imp.) Terms on application to P. BUSHELL,Wilberforce. TO TRAVEL THI8 \/'. ÖEABÖ1T Through the Hawkesbury District, ; THE CHAMPION HEAVY DRAÜGHf STALLION OF TASMANIA, Royalist IL ^ ? ROYALIST IL is a pure-bred Clydesdale, well-shaped bay, «Biz years old, stand* well on short sound legs, with lots of bone and abundance of hair of the finest quality, and lis a grand morer, His eire, Royalist, winner of four first prizes at Southbead, N.Z. ; g sire Hard Times, admitted by un biased judges to be the champion breeding stallion of his day ; gg sire Extinguisher ; ggg 6ire Vanquisher (890O8B), won first prize at Dumfries in 1867 ; gggg sire L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

B.OYAL HOTEL, WINDSOR. MRS. BLOOME HEABTILY Thanks her numeróos patrons for the liberal support extended to her during the past twelve montos, and wishes all <M f>roóperouó 1903. Following are a Pew of her Prices for Christmas . Flasks (large), 2s 3d ; (small), ls 3d Good Port, ls, 2s 6d, 8s 6d per bottle Best Invalid Port, 6s 6d per bottle A Splendid Assortment in HOCK, BUB GUNDY, CLABET, &c., &c. Leading Brands of Whiskey, from 4B 6d per bottle. TOOTH'S Bottled Ale and Stout, 7d per Single bowie ; 6s 9d per dozen. Special Reductions in AH Lines. «.> DONT FORGET THE POPÜLAB HObTELRY WHEN OEDEBING Tour Xmas Cheer ! DON'T FORGET THE FAMOUS OLD ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL During the Festive Season. MISS I. BUSSELL, LICENSEE, RETURNS Thanks fir the 8upport ex tended to her during the. past year, and hopes, by keeping the house up to its Í»resent high standard of excellence, to still arther increase that support. The Best House in Town for a Good Drink. An exce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

errf Xmaâ and ' Hw Jew Year ; to All. -IS THE ^.¿LXDXCTG- OIIBMIST Ä D»XTC3rC3-IST X2ÑT THE DISTBICT Stationer, Bookseller, and News Agent, Smokers' Requisites. ^.JMMMMM All Orders Promptly Attended to. All the Leading Daily and Weekly Newspapers. SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of Xmas- and Few Tear Gards, Books, Presents, Stationery. COOL DRINKS. Iced Soda Fountain in Full Stoing. Horse and Cattle Medicines. . Anderson's Carden Seeds Crinkled Paper, all shades The Hawkesbury Herald 2S. 6D. PER QUARTER. -TO-DATE JOB-PRINTING AT SYDNEY PRICES. MEI ssas rom eaumtre OSBSBS A WAT. m ««CAS »OM I yt® ins) PINKSTONE & COLLISON, Proprietors.

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WINDSOR v. ROUSE HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

WINDSOR v. ROUSE HILL. Played on the latter's wicket, the result being an easy win for the former. Scores : WINDSOR-ist Innings. Cobcroft, b Cornwall .. .. 128 Bowman, b Cornwall .. .. 4 R. Eeid, b Whitling .. .. 4 Hancock, 1 b.w. b Cornwall .. 10 Maguire, c, b Cornwall.. .. 0 Fowler, b Cornwall .. .. 23 Ross, c and b Whitling .. 7 J. Hibbert, b Cornwall.. ... 14 O. Ward, b Hession .. .. 7 Allen, c and b Sherwood .. 2 White, not out. 0 Sundries .. .. 9 Total. 208 ROUSE HILL-let Innings. Hession, c, b Bowman .. t .. 0 Wiggins, b Reid .. .. 5 A. Sherwood, not out .. .. 89 Cornwall, b Reid .. .. 0 Mills, c, b Bowman .. .. 1 W. C rn wall, c, b Reid.. .. 3 Brown, <, b Reid .. .. 1 Waters, c, b Reid .. .. 1 Whitling, c, b Reid .. .. 0 Hession, b Reid.. .. .. 0 J. Sherwood, b Reid ,. .. 8 Sundries .. . « 4 Total. 62 ' Bowling analysis.-Reid 8 for 27 ; Bowman 2 for 29. ROUSE HILL-2nd Innings W. Cornwall, not out .. .. 10 A. Sherwood, c, b Maguire ., 5 Mills, b Maguire .. .. 0 Bro...

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COLO v. WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 24 December 1902

COLO v. WISEMAN'S FERRY. Played on the latter's wicket, re sulting in a win for the home team by 8 wickets. Scores : COLO-1st Innings. M. Woodbury, c, b Marx .. 21 Blundell, c, b VV. Douglas .. 1 W. Woodbury, b McNevin .. 9 C. Hulbert, b Marx .. .. 1 J. T. Metherell, not out .. 13 E. Metherell, b McNevin .. 0 Jones, c, b MoNevin .. .. 1 P. Woodbury, b McNevin .. 0 Simmons, b McNevin .. .. 3 Everingham, b McNevin .. 0 Miller, b McNevin .. .. 5 Sundries .. .. I Total. 55 M. fWToodoufp^ e,rb & Douglas 0 J, T. Metherell, o, b McNevin.. 0 W. Woodbury, bJ3. ^DóiigUui Cs Blundell, b S. Douglass .. 1 Jones, o, b S. Douglas .. .. 0 Hulbert, c, b McNevin.. ,, 1 P. Woodbury, run out .. .. 1 R. Metherell, b McNevin ... 3 MiUer, b Mc$ïevin ... 3 Simmons, not out .. 2 Everingham, b McNevin 0 Total .. ll WISEMÀN'SFERBY-1st Innings. j S. Douglas, b M. Woodbury .. 4 W. Douglas, c, b W. Woodbury 20 \ McNevin, c, b M, Woodbury 2 ! Walker, b M. Woodbury .. 0 I A. Douglas, b W. Woodbury ,, 0 Fle...

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Presentations. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

Presentations. Prior to the breaking-up of Miss Macintosh's evening class last week, the pupils presented her with a silver serviette ring, bearing the initials' "J.M.," and a little address. Miss Nellie Berckelman made the presen tation on behalf of the pupils. Following is a copy of the address Dear Miss Macintosh,-As this is the last occasion we will have the pleasure of meeting together before our Christmas holidays, we take this opportunity of expressing to you our appreciation of the many kind nesses which have been extended to us by you. We have throughout the year felt that we would like to make some little present to you before part ing, which would-in the future remind you of the many pleasant hours we have spent together. With that object in view, we have purchased this servtetce nug, which we would ask you to accept as a small token of our thankfulness. We wish you very much happiness during the Christmas vacation, and that the New Year may be to you a happy and prospero...

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WINDSOR JUNIORS v. H. CHANDLER'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

WINDSOR JUNIORS v. H. C HAND LE B'S TEAM. Played on McQuade Park on Christmas Day, and resulted in a win for the latter. Scores : CHANDLER'S TEAM. VV. Dunks, c, b Gilbert . 20 Ross, c. b Higgins. 5 A, Oupitt, b Gilbert. 15 Hofflick, c, b W. Cupitt . 6 Chandler, c, b W, Cupitt...... 1* Walsh, b Cupitt. 14 Davis, st., b Ward. 42 E,pupitc, not out. 23 H. O'Brisn, b Ward. 2 J. O'Brien, c, b Higgins. 4 Tarmac, b Allen. 17 Sundries. 10 Total .i. 172 JrjNIOES. Gilbett, l,b.w., b Walsh . 0 Jones, c and b Walsh . 0 Little, b Davis. 8 Higgins, b Davis. 41 O. Dean, l.b w., b Davis. 45 W. Oupitt, run out. 1 Allen, l.b.w., b J. O'Brien. 18 O. Ward, c, b Davis. S Holman, c, b J. O'Brien.~.«. 16 N. Cupitt, not out . 0 Sundries. 9 Total . 1*7 The following team will represent Windsor to-morrow against Petersham Wyralla :- Bowman, Cobcroft, Reid, Ward, Biggins, Fowler, A. McGuire, Podmore, Dean, Ross, Hancock. On Saturday against Wilberforce : Bowman, Cobcroft, tteid, Higgins, ¿Ward, McGuire, Fowler...

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WILBERFORCE (12) v. A. GREENTREE'S TEAM (13). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

WILBERFORCE (12) y. A. GEBBS T BE E'S TEAM (13). Flayed on Ohristmas Day, and won by the former. Scores : WlLBBKFOHCK. S. Tuckerman, b A. Buttsworth . 10 L. Brown, not out. 93 Bushell, c Hibbert, b Buttsworth. 9 H. Bowd, c Turnbull, b Buttsworth. 2 B. Hall, c and b Buttsworth . 8 Bi Bowd, b Buttsworth . -. ? Daley, b Nicholls.,. 7 O'Brien, b Buttsworth. 0 Smith, b Buttsworth. 0 Farlow, b Buttsworth. 6 E. Stephen«, b Stephens. 1 P. Farlow, b Stephens.. 5 Sundries. 6 Totil. 153 GEEENTÜEE'S TEAM. Hibbert, run out . 1 Bennett, b Bowd. 1 Turnbull, b Tuckerman . 0 Nicholls, b Tuckerman . 10 H. Greentree, c Brown, b Bowd. 1 A. Buttsworth, b Tuckerman. 0 Brown, c O'Brien, b Hall . 4 A. Greentree, run out. ö J. Stephens, b Hail. 7 Bowd, st. Stephens, b Hall. 13 Stewart, not out..... 8 Stephens, st. Stephens, b Brown . 2 Hayward, b Brown . 1 Sundries. 6 Total . 69

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

CRICKET. i FlXTÜKEB FOB WINDSOR G.G., 1902-03. Jan. 1, v. Petersham Wyralla, at Windsar Jan. 3 and IO, v. Wilberforce, at Wilbert'ce Jun. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jaa. 31, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb. 14, v. Bichmond, at Windsor ; Feb. 21 v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Keb. 28 & Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Mar. 14. v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta.

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. KURRAJONG RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

«=--i-,-.---. "i -rr ? SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ' KURRAJONG RACES. .4 .SUCCESSFUL MEETING. ) Graced with beautiful weather, tl Boxing Day meeting of the KurrajoB Hace Club was a big success, bol financially! and from a «porting vie* The recent Pains bad made the cou» and its surroundings a picture to lon at, and the track was never known 1 be in better order. The club deserv to meet with success, for their mee! iugs are run to provide sport for th public, and the latter appreciate thi facti which is ' evidenced by the bi gathering: at every meeting. Full 1000 people attended this particule meeting, and the programme was first-class one. Every member of th committee was to be found at his post and not a hitch occurred during th whole, day. It was one of the mos orderly and best conducted meeting held under the auspices of the club and although First-class Constable Tait ( >orth Richmond) and Hughe (Wilberforce), and Constable Hind (Richmond) were on duty, their ser vicès were not requ...

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WINDSOR RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

WINDSOR RIFLE CLUB. Unfortunately, the breach in the W.QMGK is now wider than ever" ; and there is no telling what the out come of it all will be. There had, been a move for arbitration and con ciliation, but we understand that the efforts in thai direction are now off. In this issue we give a full report of the recent general meeting. That, however; gives only one side of the rumpus. What is known as the com mittee's sile has not been brought out so publicly, for the committee meetings are not open to the press. Â8 far as we are concerned, our columns are available for each side to have a fair show ; hence if those con* cerned wish to reply to anything con tained in this issue's report, they are freely welcome to do BO in our next.

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PRESENTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

PRESENTATIONS. ! AB already chronicled, Kurrajong is losing its Church of England pastor, Rev. Maurice Gray, who, after hie eleven years' ministration, is about to take charge of the parish of Pyrmont. Yesterday afternoon, on the eve of his departure, there was a large assem blage up at the rectory to honour the i ev. gentleman and his good wife, to bid them good-bye, and to present them with tokens of their esteem. A tea-meeting had also been prepared, kindly provided by the ladies of the district, lhere must have been fully 300 people present. They came from all parts of the district-near and far -the distant Colo, even, being repre sented. There was also a good array of the brother clergy. All denomina- j tions were well represented. In1 short, there waa ample evidence of the great popularity of the departing couple. Mrs. Gray was presented with a silver tea service, and Rev. Gray with a purse of sovereigns. Ur. Joseph Ezzy was chairman. Mrs. H. Dunstan officiated in the presen t...

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NEW PASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

' NEW PASTOR. Kurrajong'a new Church of Eng land pastor, Kev. Henry Tate, is not altogether unknown in this district, for he has, in days gone by, appeared in both the Windsor and Bichmond pulpits. For the last seven years he has been at Bulli ; and previous to that he was five years at Kangaroo Valley. His first appointment was as curate to Rev. George Brown, at St. Mary's; and he was afterwards curate to Archbishop Gunther, at Parramatta.

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OFF AGAIN TO NEW ZEALAND! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

OFF AGAIN TO NEW ZEALAND! The Rev. S. G. Fielding, rector of St. Matthew's, Windsor, is, off again to New Zealand ! It is only about eight months since he returned from a six-months' ministration there-at Christchurch/ The rev. gentleman has been in poor health for some time, and his medical adviser has urged him to seek a change ; conse quently, an opportunity having oc curred to exchange pulpits for a month with Rev. iS. J. Robieon, of Nelson, he gladly embraced it. He leaves on Saturday. Mrs. Fielding is not accompanying him this time. It will be the earnest wish ot' the Rev. Fielding's many friends that the trip will do him the world of good. Rev. T. H. Taylor will take the pulpit next Sunday, when special music is to be given.

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Ton Bold Assertions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

Ton Bold Assertions. ]3£ 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. 6. It cures epidemical dysentery. 6. It prevents bilious colic 7. It is prompt and effective in curing all bowel complaints. 8. It never produces bad results. 6. It is pleasant and safe to take. 10. It has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in the world. These are bold assertions to make regard ing any medicine, bat there is abundant, proof of everyone of the above statements regarding this remedy. Every household should have a bottle at band. Get it to day. lt may Bave a life. For sale by R. À. Pye, chemist, Windsor ; Simpson and Holdsworth, Richmond.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE HAWKESBURY DISTRICT. We Thank the Residents for their Liberal Support during the past 12 Months, and wish Everyone A H APPY& PROSPEROUS NEW YE AR We Intend Keeping OUR STOCK UP TO THE MARK in QUALITY, and sell at Prices within reach of evey one. Again Thanking Ton, Weare, Yous Faithfully, SIMPSON AND HOLDSWORTH

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