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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31. EDITORIAL NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31. EDITORIAL NOTE. This is the ' Herald1« " off issue after the staff's holidays su vre ask the indulgence of readers on finding it somewhat smaller than usual. Next week we will be bottled down to the regular beat once more, when we hçpe our district correspondents and , contributors will all ohow up smiling j again, and give us their valued an- j sÍ6tauce towards making our journal | I brighter and brighter as the new year j proceeds. Our beBt wishes to all !

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

RICHMOND. A happy, and prosperous Kew Year to all! Mr. Sawkins, of Singleton, is spend ing a few days in Eichmond. The residents of Eichmond and the surrounding district who are desirous of having their ohiidren taught the piano or organ cannot do bettor than place them under the charge of Mrs. C. Eather, organist of St. Matthew's Church, windsor, who visits Eicb mond every Monday and Thursday. Special arrangements on application. Terms strictly moderate.* Mrs. Shields, of Boaworth-street, has be6n very ill for the past week. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. A son of Mr. H. J. Williamson, whilst climbing a tree one day this week, fell and out a severe gash in his head. He had to be taken to Dr. Helsham to be attended to. Mr. John Collins, of West Market street, has gone on a trip to Newcastle to recruit his health. Mrs. Geikir, daughter of the Rev. Dr. Cameron, haB been spending the Xmas holidays in Richmond. . Simpson and Holdsworth, Rich mond, have a large stock of dol...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 4. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

Ghurch Services. BUNDAr, JANUARY 4. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, To-night, Watch night Service 11.15. Rev. S. G. Fielding. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7.30. Special Music, Anthem. Rev. T. H. Taylor. Vineyards, 2.30, Sunday School ; 8.30, Service. Mr. A. Blacket. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell-Price, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, AgneB Bank6, 3.30 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, 1st Blass, S o'clock; 2nd Mass, 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions, 7.30. Rev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll. Mr, A. Williams ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond, ll, Rev. J. W. Winspear ; 7, Mr. A. Williams. North Richmond, ll, Supply. Kurnajong, 2.30, Supply. Wilberforce 3, Rev. J. Winspear.. Sackville, 10.30 : Lower Portland, 3 ; Leet's Vale, 10.30, R".v. J. Colwell. Colo. 3, Mr. H. Walker. Lower Hawkfsburv. 10.30 and 7.3a, Mr. W. Walker. St. Albai.s. 10.30 and 7.30 (Mission). PRESBYTERIAN. Windsor, ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; River stone, 3 p.m. Rev. A. Dandie. Richmond ll a.m. and ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

IOC AL & GENERAL ITEMS. Happy New Year t Ur. Arthur Pendergast, son of Mr. W Pendergast, of Terrace-street, arrived nomi from Biton Hills station last weak, after ai absence of nine months. Station life ap patently agrees with him, as be has develops Into a fine strapping Hawkesbury "corn stalk." Mr, Alfred Banger reports having lease* Mrs. Nicholle's property, at Malgrave, fron January 1. Mr. A. J. Berckleman despatched th usual Christmas cheer, in the shape of flom sugar, plums, carrants, tobacco, etc, to tel families of aboriginals at Sackville oi Christmas Bve by the s.s. Daisy. Thea little presents, which are supplied b; Government order, are anxiously locket forward to by our dusky friends on thu river. Besides the articles already men Honed, Mr. Berckelman always adds hi own little gift ot spice, candid peel, etc. Mrs. 0. Eather, organist of St. Matthew'« ' ' Church of England, has vacancies for a fe* pupils for the piano and organ. Qnartej commences at any time. Term...

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

BATTLE & CO. S5 PITT-BT. N SYDNEY. 85 PITT-ST. PORTABLE & FIXED STEAM & OIL ENGINES, BÏ RUSTON, PROCTOR & CO., LTD. IRRIGATION PLANTS. Thrashing HIGH LIFT Centrifugal PUMPS, Broadbent'* Hydro Extractors. WOOL Scouring PLANTS. Machines, CORN HUSKERS AND FODDER Shredders. M'Laren's Traction Engines. Portable Railways Ruston Vertical Engine ariel Boiler. TESTIMONIAL Regarding High Lift Centrifugal Pumps : .' Their durability makes them compare most favorably with Plunger Pumps, the valves of which constantly require repair and renewal." FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO SOLE AGENTS, 85 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. IRRIGATION, &c. J. W. JOHNS and SONS, REGENT AND CLEVELAND STS., REDFERN, PRACTICAL ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHTS, BLACKSMITHS,-BRASS AND IRON FOUNDERS, COPPERSMITHS, ETC. Tanning, Boot, Mining, Milling, Irrig ition, La mdry, Winding, Pumping, Hoisting, and Dairy Machinery, &c, &c, >upplied. Bone, Cjrn and Cob, and Oil-cake Cr ishert...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

FREEMAN'S REACH. Freeman's Beach Publio school " broke up " on Friday week last, in the presence of a large number of people, who had gathered together at the invitation of Mr. Cradick, relieving teacher, to witness the finals of the ping-pong tournament, which had been played to that stage during tfie last month, and also to partake of afternoon tea, and bid fare wey to Mr. Oradick, who is leaving the district. The ping-pong finals were played off first. There were two contests, one for the senior children and one for the juniors, the prizes being trophies presented by Mr. Cradick. The senior | prize was won, after a very exciting contest, by Millie Greentree, with j Millie ¡Smith second. The junior final resulted in a win for Fred. Greentree, Colin Greentree being second. After the ping-pong tournaments had been played off, refreshments were handed round, and duly partaken of, which was followed by the presentation of prizes. The silver medal presented by Mr. Cradick for general p...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. Visitors to the city during the present holidays, and right on till the coming Easter, will have nothing to complain about in the shape of quantity and quality at the ever green Cyclorama. Besides the exciting and life-like battle scene, there is a host of at tractions, including our old friend Daphne in a new and marvellous role. The Magicians* Cave described as a Marvel in Magic, and quite a number of interesting sights, not ItUfct among them being a new cine auto graph with all new films.

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The Public Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

Tbs Public Wants. Mr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the Hawkesbury, has kindly furnished ns with copies of departmental corres pondence, of which we give a digest below. From Public Works Department, with reference to letter, enclosing a petition signed by R. EL Clarke, S. Smith, and other residents of Free man's Reach, for the raising of the road in Gorrick's Lane, road Windsor to Bullridge, stating that an embank ment would impound the flood waters on the land for a longer period than would naturally occur, and thereby tend to damage the crops and grass on the low-lying ground adjacent to the road. No impediment had been caused to traffic during the recent rains, and, as it was only in time of high floods that any inconvenience was caused, the Minister was unable to grant the prayer of the petitioners. From same, re letter from the Mul grave and Vineyard P.À., urging the erection of a culvert near Forrester Post Office, on road from Parramatta Road to Cattai Creek, stating that the Mi...

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Boxing Day at Wiseman's Ferry. ENJOYABLE RIFER JAUNT. GOOD DAY'S SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

ENJOYABLE RIFER JAUNT. GOOD DAY?S SPORTS, Those who took the trip to Wise man's Ferry on Boxing Day by the 8.8. Narara will agree with us that it was an outing long to be remem Jbered. It was most enjoyable and -viewed from-any aspect-a great success. The first to be thanked are the Pitt Town cricketers, who organised the trip, and, secondly, Messrs. Johnson and Mitchell, owners t of the boat, for the way in which they carried out the arrange- \ ments. For four or five years the Pitt Town cricketers have run an annual trip to the pretty hamlet ;of Wiseman's Ferry; and every year sees the undertaking an increasing success. We hear that the club will nett £10 on their venture this time : we hope it is true. Altogether, there were over 200 passengers on board, including a good number of Windsorites, who were driven to Wilberforce in Mr. W. Mortley's coach and other vehicles. The popular skipper of the boat, Mr. Herbert Mitchell, was not long in getting all aboard, and we were soon glid...

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The Windsor Civilian Rifle Club Rumpus. Full Report off the recent General Meeting. MOTIONS OF CENSURE ON THE COMMITTEE. COMMITTEE'S ACTION IN APPOINTING A SECRETARY DISAVOWED. MEETING APPOINTS ANOTHER GENTLEMAN FOR THE OFFICE. STEPS "TO PROMOTE THE HARMONY AND PROSPERITY OE THE CLUB!" MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMTTTEESHIPS DECLARED VACANT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

The Windsor Civilian Rifle Club Rumpus, Full Report off the recent General Meeting. MOTIONS OF CENSURE ON THE COMMITTEE, COMMITTEE'S ACTION IN APPOINTING A SECRETARY DISAVOWED. MEETING APPOINTS ANOTHER GENTLEMAN FOR THE OFFICE STEPS "TO PROMOTE THE HARMONY AND PROSPERITY OE TPECLUB!" MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMTTTEESHIPS DECLARED VACANT. A special meeting of members of the above club was held at the bar racks on 22nd instant.' It was called by Mr. William Moses, President, in accordance with a requisition received by him, and signed by ten members of the club. The requisition referred to stated : The Secretary pro tem. having neglected to convene a special general meeting of the Windsor Civilian Rifle Club, as requested bj the members, we, the undersigned, hereby ask yon to convene snch a meeting at the earliest possible date to deal with the resolu tions hereunder : (1) To consider and deal with the action of the committee in appointing a secretary, this matter still being in the hands of...

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

,; Ferry, Hawkesbury River *f' " (tmjdgfflE Or AUSTRALIA). VpEtlSlQLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL iß situated ;n the centre of the enchanting and ; f a jrnp>M}fcirt\spflDpjry of the B^wkesburyv River, thc ferule Valley of St. Albans, and on v^^Great Northern Road ; ie now under ESTJUELY NEW MANAGEMENT, and has been thoroughly renovated. Accommodation for Visitors Unequalled. Cuisine liberal. Good ' FShvo^anOiShooting. Local scenery unsurpassed m Australia. Pleasure Boats. Early Aaetraiian;Historical Landmaiks m cluse proximity.. ~ - The Proprietor will b? glad of a visit from; Swimmers, Cyclists, and other Sportsmen irom the Metrópolis, '"Good iport provided, His pu^erous Sydney friends will always receive »«iiearty Welcome. - . Mr--- : --'-? ~X-: HOW TO GET THERE.-Prom Sydney : Take 9 .a.m. train to Hawkesbury (New castle Tyine) on Wednesdays and Saturdays í'ihlyj, and thence proceed by steamer (which «waifcrôûe arrival of tram, to Wiseman's Ferry, through the pick of River Scenery. The? ...

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

Leading GBOOER . . is . . WILL MOSES, Junr. ' George-street, Windsor, Best Stock in Town .All Goods of Bt'Bt Quality only. Fam ilies waited on daily for orders. BA.00N, CHEESE, & CONFECTIONERY the Best in Town. PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, "Billies," etc. All kinds of Crockery. ToyB, and Fancy Ware. MRS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. FE Still has the Reputation of L Keeping the -OF - "'~ AH AHNANDALE REPORT, Ta» fian of H¿ H. C. It may serve to extricate «om» mïndt from confusion if we give an axiomatic statement which was lately made to special reporter by Mr. Randolph Charle* Shaw, of No. 5 View-street, Annandale., - " A few years ago," said Mr. Sl.aw, " I went in for cycling'a'great deal-mose than was good for me, I believe, as excessive exercise occasions more physical defects thau most people are aware pf. But,- so far us. my own experience goes, I know that, it did ' me considerable harm, for I became com pletely run'down in health...

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LOWER PORTLAND v. WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

LOWER POR TL iSDv. WILBEBPOBCE. Played on the former's wicket on Saturday, the result being a win for Wilberforce. Scores : WILBERFORCE-1st Innings. L. Brown, b W. Mitchell. 20 B. Hall, b Books . 5 S. Tuckerman, c, b W. Mitchell. 1 Dean, run oat . 22 H. Bowd, c, b W, Mitchell. ll C. Tuckerman, b T. Mitchell. O B. Bowd, c, b T. Mitchell. 3 Greentree, b T. Mitchell. 0 G. Brown, b T. Mitchell. 0 Clothier, b T. Mitchell. 0 A. Tuckerman, not out . 0 Sundries. 5 Total . 67 ¡ 2nd Innings. j C. Tuckerman, c, b W. Mitchell . 4 L. Brown, run out . 4 B. Hall, c. b W. Mitchell. 1 S. Tuckerman, b W. Mitchell . 7 G. Brown, b T. Mitchell. 2 H. Bowd, b Books. 4 Dean, c, b T. Mitchell. 3 B. Bowd, not out. 7 Greentree, c, b T. Mitchell. 9 Clothier, c and b T. Mitchell. 0 A. Tuckerman, run out . 0 Sundries. 3 Total®.. 44 LOWER PORTLAND-1st Innings. Watkins, run out. 3 J. W. Mitchell, b Dean. 20 O. Mitchell, b H. Bowd.;. 0 Books, c, b S. Tuckerman. 20 . W. Mitchell, c and b H. Bow J. 32 T. Mitchell, b ...

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TO-NIGHT'S CAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

TO-NIGHT'S CAPERS. New Year's Eve ! This is the night when the bhoye will have their bit of fun-gate-lifting, sundry shifting, and every other variety of devilment. Wherever two or more boys are seen gathered together to-night it will be pretty safe to assume that they ought to be chastised, on the Irishman's plea that " if they are not just out of doing Borne mischief, sure, they're just about to do it !" Numerous plans have already been arranged ; on che other hand, property holders are also preparing to return the fire. ÁU we hype is that there will be nothing to record that " is beyond a joke!" As long as they are kept within due bounds, custom to a certain extent leads us to look with kindly forgive ness upon these annual night-out capers. This year the jokers com menced on Ohristmas Eve, for next morning the main street of Windsor presented amusing evidence. Among other things they demonstrated their affection for the " Herald " office by shifting one of its big gates out into...

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

The Riverstone TAILOR, * IS NOW MAKING j A Grand Display OP THE Latest Tweeds, And is Prepared to Execute Orders in the Latest Style of Snits, with Perfect Finish, from £3 3s CASH. AU Goods Thor oughly Shrunk. All Work Guaranteed. , Note the Address : T. A JARRETT, W-tin Tailor, PPOIO OLEAN SMALL GOODS! FRESH SMALL GOODS ! PRIME SMALL GOODS COLONEL MAYNE NOTIFIES that he bas the Very Best Articles in the shape of German feausages, 8aveloys, Black and White Pud dings, Beef, Pork, and Garlic Sausages, Ham and Chicken,' Fried and Smoked Fish, Oysters, Lobsters, Pies, Pigs' l'rotters, &c. ftc. always on hand. BEST PASTEURISED BUTTER, ALWAYS FBESH. GROCERIES AT SYDNEY PRICES. FRESH SUPPLIES EVERY DAY. THOROUGH CLEANLINESS OBSERVED. Blotto : " Small Profits and Quick Returns." HOTE THE ADDRESS OPÊOS1TEJÎ. A. PYES. Don't- Forget to Give Him a Gall. Coachbuilding, 8$c. R. C. Parker, OF SYDNEY, HAS Commenced Business as a WHEEL WRIGHT and GENERAL COACH BUILDER in JIM. HUNT'S SHOP, Ge...

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

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, EB! PE BOBS, and ali the Choicest Varieties of Citron Fruits for Sale. Orehardlsts given i every satisfaction. EDWARD HENNESSY, Comleroy Road, | "At the special general meeting i the W.O.R. Club, held on October 2 for the election of officers, and lat« occasions, objection was taken to yoi nomination for the office ol vioi president, but, owing-it was said--1 the absence of the minute book, th resolution of the committee whic affected the question was not acknovi lodged by the chairman of the meei inf;, although it must have been we within his knowledge. To show yo that the objection so taken was base on good grounds, the committee direc me to forward to you a copy of th resolution, and to draw your attentioi to the date of it, which, althoug! recent enough to be well withii memory, shows it to have been passel and con dr med by the committe before the recent disturbed conditio! of the club had arisen. I am also ti state that if you will cons...

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

TSE Hawkesbury Bakery! -IB THE Leading and Largest Bakery in the District. ESTABLISHED OVEB 50 YEAHS. The Noted House for First-class Bread, HRST PRIZE - at Hawkesbury Agricultural I Shows, 1901-1902. Manufactured on Up-to-date and scientific principles, by men of great experience, who ; thoroughly understand the business, The | quality of the bread proved this. MB. WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store and Bakery, desires to convey the Compliments of the Season with heartiest ' Good Wishes for a Prosperous New Year. He also acknowledges and appreciates the kindly relations of his representatives and their good friends in» the Hawkesbury dis trict. For mutual benefit ofa ll concerned, it will ever be his and the representatives' aim to promote and foster this good feeling. HAWKESBURY STORE & BAKERY, WTNDSOB. PUBLIC_NOTICE. WE, the Undersigned, have this day sold to WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkes bury Store and Bakery, Windsor, the Bakery Business recently carried on by Mr. C. Andresen, of ...

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

f Nürtw \) Quarterly Advertisers *- GueVtlic Skntfcorp.EicTmond " AlWÏWnger, Windsor ;'?'i A. Grimwood, Windsor. v fyàkdile Obliege, Sydney _ Hyde Depot * : " E. Haye», Windsor» V > J. W. Allison, Richmond - .E.A,'Pye- ' :' ... _s. Dentists' }: Wi Allison, Richmond O. Beato, S29 DftTling-stmt, Baliaaain G. W. Benson, Eichmond E. A.. Pye, Windsor E. 8. Swift, DatHngbnrstaoad Sydney H, E. S. Dyer, Richmond A. Grimwood, Windsor D, Holland and Co*, Windsor Simpson ¿nd Holdsworth, Eichmond Trait Merohants C. Montgomery and Sons, Fruit Markets, Sydney, and Perkins-Bt,, Newcastle Furniture Warehouse G. J. Forssberg, 78 William-st., Sydney Hotels J. H..Bloome, Boyal Hotel, Windsor Eobert CUsdell, Black Horse Hotel, Eichmond J. Eagles, Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor P. J. Kelly, Hawkesbury Hotel, Wise man's Ferry C. F. Riemenschneider, Royal Hotel, Richmond Irrigation Gibsin, Battle & Co., 85 Pitt-st., Sydney S. Zollner, SO to 86 Druitt-street, Sydney Machinery Gibson, Battle and Co., Syd...

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

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT SIDNEY PRICES ! ! j. yaw. ALHiiisoior, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond. Teeth on 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 FREE. ? * 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 (Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. G. W. BENSON, DENTIST, Of " Homebush/' Sydney, GAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOB-STKEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, Prom 11.80 a.m. to 7,30 p.m. All Latest Improvements in Artificial Teetb. Painl...

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

Popular . . Designs._ IN FINE JEWELLERY, We show here a few designs which 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, £1/1/-. No. P4404.-Elegant 15-ct. Gold Brooch, Set with Otie Diamond and Two Rubies, £3/10/-. No. KSi-DS. 9-ct Gold, Pearl and A ue:iivst Pendant, 12/6. The Popular NKI.I.IK STIiWA;<T IUMÏ1.KS. The perfection of malle, Invisible Join! and Catcti, size as illustrated. 9-ct. Gold, £3/3/-. 15-ct Gold, £6. Lar-rer Size ,, £4. " £1.' Smaller " " £2/10/-. " £3/7/6 No. 9-cte Pei F7318. Gold and Pendant, £1/5/-. No. F163Î.-.V,.., ,..,^1), tfet Kose Diamond and Rubies, £1/2/3. ñ No. F1628.-9-ct. Gold Brooch, Set Rose Diamond and Rubies, £1/2/6. .pioise Set Heart, 13/6. FASHIONABLE 15AMB00 UANGLES, No F..,j.j_9. >"o-.K!'<ii<&...

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