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

ROYÄL EXCHANGE HOTEL WXNDSOE. MISS Ï. BUSSELL, LICEN6EE. The Best House in Town for a Good Drink. None but the Best Brands pf Ales and Spirits Kept in Stock. An excellent tablj always kept, anl every attention shown to Visitors. First-class Accommodation. Commercial Hotel, "WHSTZDSOK,. HARRY ROBBINS. PROPRIETOR. TälS Popular Hostelry has been thoroughly renovated, and presents an up-to-date appearance for the Festive Season. It is ' splendidly situated, bûag opposite McQuade Park, and t#o minutes walk to the railway station. EXCELLENT TABLE ALWAYS KEPT. Thorough cleanliness observed in all Departments. For a House to «tay at try the OOlVE M E3 EICI-Ô-IL,. All the Best Brands of Ales and Spirits Kept« Commodious Stabling. THE PROPRIETOR wishes all fright and ||appu üniaó . THE TROTTING STALLION DUXEDO Will Stand This Season at Richmond. DUXEDO is by Tuxedo (imp.), dam by Honesty (imp.), grand-dam by Childe ; Harold (imp.), great-grand-dam by Cossack. He isa beautiful black, and for s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 31 December 1902

OBITUARY. On Monday week, at his son-in-law's   residence, Oarmyle, Fisher-street,     Petersham, in the 85th year of his   age, William Owner Lane, eldest son of the late William Owner Lane, late superintendent of the mounted police, eldest grandson of the late Colonel Boyd, Kingston, Dublin, and brother in-law of the Honorable Henrie Davies Snowdon, died after ailing for a considerable period. The deceased was a brother to Mr John Lane, of Windsor, and father of Lady Harris, ex-Mayoress of Sydney. The remains were brought to Windsor on Wednes day morning and interred in St. Matthew's Church of England ceme tery. The Rev. S. G. Fielding offici ated, and Mr. J. W. Chandler carried out the funeral arrangements. Arthur, the ten months old son of Mrs. J. Drayton, of Riverstone^ died on Christmas eve, and was buried at St. Matthew's Church of England cemetery at Windsor on Christmas, - Day, Bev. 8. Cr. Fielding officiated and Mr. J. W....

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PARK VILLA V. WILBERFRCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

PARKVILLA v. W£LBERFRCE. flayed at Wilberforce on New "Sear^a Day, the result being a victory for the home team on the first innings. Scores : PABK VILLA. AV. Bapberperb 8. Tuckerman... ... I F. BSrber. c, b L. Brown . 6 C.«Everingham, bL. Brown . 0 C. Barber. b'S. Tuckerman ... t ... 0 W. Riçg, b S. Tuckerman ... ... 4 H. Stephens, b S. Tuckerman ... ... 2 K. Barber, b L. Brown ... ... ... 15 C.'ljHtohell, b S. Tuckerman. 0 Jr .Bennett, c and b L. Brown. ll J. Turnbull, run out . 4 H. Stephens, not out . ... 0 Sundries . ... 6 X Total . 49 j - Wi LB EBFO BC E, 6.'Tuckerman, c b F. Barber. 2 JJBrown, bf. Brown,. 9 O. Dean, c and b F. Barber ../ 5 H.tíowd, run out . ... 16 B.. Hall, b F. Barber . ll <£ Brown, b F. Barber,. ... 3 C Tuckermrtn, b W. Barber. 5 B. Bowd, c, b F, Barber. O N. Bushell-, b W. Barber . 22 A. ôrpfntree, b W. Barber . 3 W. Ste ¡vu rt, not out . 1 Sundries . 3 Total. 8Q At the conclusion of the above a singlo innincs match was played, Park Villa prov ...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. FIXTURES FOR WINDSOR C. C., 1902-03. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. . I FIXTURES FOE WINDSOR C. C., 1902-03. Jan. 3 and 10. v. Wilberforce, at Wilberf'ce Jan. 17, v. Enfield, at Enfield Jan, 81, v. Pitt Town, at Windsor Feb. 7, v. H.A. College, at College Feb, 14, v. Richmond, at Windsor Feb>#l v. Campbelltown, at Windsor Feb. ^8 & Mar. 7, v. Wilberforce, at Windsor Marv 14. v. Parramatta Hospital for Insane, at Parramatta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Leading GROCER . . is . . WILL MOSES, Junr. George-street. Windsor TTE Still lias the Reputation bf Keeping the Best Stock in Town -OF ^^GROCERY. All Goods of Best Quality only. Fam . ilitíü waited on daily for orders. BACON, CHEESE, & CONFECTIONERY the Best in Town. R. A. Pye has opened a splendid assort ment of tissue paper, all colours, Pd per' doun.*

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The Windsor Water Supply. STILL OUT OFF DAILY AT 6 P.M. AGITATION TO EXTEND THE TIME. MACHINERY WILL NOT STAND IT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

The Windsor Water Supply. STILL OUT OFF DAILY AT 6 P.M. AGITATION TO EXTEND THE TIME. MACHINERY WILL NOT STAND IT. The Windsor water supply is sti «ut off every evening at 6 ; and tb people still oontinue to grumbh though they are getting more used t it now. . At the last council meeting Ale Mortley upspake. He wanted to knoi if it were not possible to have th time of cutting off the water extended Great inconvenience was caused to th public, who were complaining loudly If it could be extended till 8 o'clocl it would be a great boon. The Mayor said it was a matter o very deep regret that the water had ti be cut off at all ; but it seemed to hin that if they wanted to make the wate workB pay, they would have to tab such stringent measures. He woul< like to have the matter left over for i fortnight. By that time he might bi able to do something. The peopli ought to bear with the council in th« matter. If Aid. Mortley bought goodi at 1/3, he would not like to let then go at ...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

The Battle of Gettysburg. On the bloodstained field Of battle \ Stands a soldier firm and strong, Heeding not the cannon's rattle, Heeding not thc ceaseless throng. He's a Cyclorama soldier, And he stands there every day, Though his heart with love is breaking; For the mermaid 'croes the way. Nor can aU the jolly pictures Of the cinematograph Quell the tear that's on his eyelid, » Make thc love-lorn soldier laugh« ' :, You must come and see that soldier, He'll be waiting there for you, * ': / < 'Mid a hundred novel pleasure« - .^4 J" That we always keep on' yíeíf *. ' ^ * . At the CYCLORAMA, George-street,"8ydney,

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Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Windsor Borough Council. The regular fortnightly meeting . was held on Wednesday night of last week. "Present--the Mayor (Aid. Paine), and Aid. Berckleman, Mortley, Hannabue, Dean, Gosper (2), and Taylor, Tbe Mayor proposed that the resig nation of Mr. Pendergast as council clerk and other offices take effect from that evening, and that a vote of thanks to him be recorded on the minutes. Seconded by Aid. Gosper, and i carried. \The Mayor moved that applications be invited from persons willing to act as valuers. They could decide as to whether they would have the council clerk as one. A lengthy discussion then took place re the intermittent water supply (reported under a. separate heading), out other than this the business was of a very formal nature.

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

LOWER PORTLAND.) A heavy windstorm, accompanied by thunder and lightning, passed over the district on Sunday evening. The wind blew with hurricane force ; and when it passed away some of the orchard lands were re vealed strewn with fruit of all descriptions. The old coaster, " Dora Maud," passed by last week en rpute to Sackville, with coal supplies for the, dredge at work there. ?Mr. and Mrs. Á. White, the latter a daughter of Mr. G. C. Johnson, of Petersham, have returned to their home in that suburb after spending an enjoyable holiday with their friends in this locality. Large quantities of fruit and melons are being conveyed to market almost daily by the river steamers. This should prove one of the most profitable seasons on record for the local steamship companies. On New Year's Day the oil launch Union conveyed a crovi of people from the Macdonald river and Wise man's Ferry districts, and landed them on Lowe's Flat for a number of hours. During the evening the local cricketers...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1903. A MYSTERIOUS PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1903. ?_ ?»_ A MYSTERIOUS PROTEST. We have bad news this week re South Creek, the work of clearing and snagging which was to have been started " the first week in January." At least, those were the terms of the Minister's promise. But we learn that the hon. gentle man has called for another report, in consequence bf his having been advised to the effect that the work is entirely unnecessary ; that there is no navigation in the creek, and there is not likely to be ! This was the staggerer with which our Mem ber tells us he was confronted . when, the other day, he called on the Minister to try and hurry the matter up. Who proffered the piece of advice that has thus caused some what of a set back to Windsor's fond hopes, so long centred in the . proposed opening up of South Creek? The Member wants to know ; the Council want to know ; the Progress Association want to know ;--all who have taken any y interest in the agitation are curious to ascertain who the myst...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. There ie a great demand for good dwellings in Windsor. The ss. General Gordon ran a round trip on Tuesday, having 28 passengers on board. On the return trip on Wednesday there were 77 on board. A representative of W. Blackburn and Son, the well known piano and organ tuners of Parramatta, visits Windsor and Richmond districts regularly, and also on receipt of letter. Thc firm holds some first-class testi monials from residents of the district. They have been established since 1876.* Mrs C Eather has received the congratulations of her many patrons for the rapid progress made by. her various pupils throughout the past y.îar As a pianist Mrs. Eather has few superiors, and it is apparent she possesses that gift of imparting same to her pupils, the numl>er of which, we are pleased to know, is constantly increasing. As there are now only a few vacancies, intending; pupils would do well to communicate with out delay. Tuition resumed on Monday, January 19. ...

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TENNYSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

TENNYSON. A good crowd assembled at Tenny son on Xmas Day to witness tbe raoes that were held at Mr. J. J. McMahon's property. These meetings are de servedly popular, as the crowd gathers from pure love of the sport, and the horse that can win does win. Some very exciting races were run, and all present agreed that it was a day well spent Mr¿ F. J. Norris acted as clerk of the course, and nowhere could you find a better one. We heard some light-hearted gentlemen singing comic ditties whilst going to the races, which is nothing strange, but that they should be singing them coming back speaks volumes. The Misses Clemson and Howell, of Castlereagh, organized a picnic 4or Boxing Day. Mr. D. Clemsons was made the starting point, and here the party were joined by borne Kurrajong friends, whence they proceeded by boat up the picturesque Grose. Des pite the oppressive beat, a most en joyable day was spent amidst the wild, rugged grandeur of this ever interesting district.

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. Before Mr. F. E. Wilshire, P.M., Messrs. D. Holland, John Boss, and T. Primrose, J.P. FANNING V. EDWARDS. This was a case in which- a painter named Fanning sued Mary Edwards, of Clarendon, for wages amounting to : £1/3/9. Mr. McCauley appeared for the de fendant. The hench made an order for the plaintiff for 17/- and -J/lO costs of court. The P.M. dissented from tho veriict. MAINTENANCE. Minnie Hulbert sued Frederick Haggar for maintenance. By consent an order was made for 4/- per week for 6 months, with costs of court £1/6/10. Mr. K. B. Walker appeared for Miss Hulbert.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

ABOUT 0üe Persoa in Ten DOES NOT Trade We're After That Person. âBOtJT One Person in Tön doesn't know that the ti her Nine of bw * ^éííúW*mé^mmitÍ^$^^f , ? ' - tu the conclusion- that ifVulways Safest to\1Drafe'%íÍtf-tJrá.' ~'';>';-V'^''Í''^ WERE AFTER THAÍ PERSON. ABO Ul? One Person in Ten Doesn't know that hi« Neighbours are Saving Money on Every ' Deal because they trade with iis. : WE'RE AFTER TH^ PERSON ^ About One Person inTen can't be expected to know that we are Headquarters fpf ETO found in a u" ' GENERAL STORE Because He Hasn't Eateeed <>ur Stare. WERE AFTER THAT PERSON. wim A BIÖ srooK, WI1?H LOW PtilOES, A.ND %ITtí FAIR DEALWG, AND WE EXPECT TO GET HIS TRADF. u Are Too the Tenth Person ?" 4'We're after youl " SIMPSON AND HOLDSWORTH, General.Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, BICE MG «:D STORES, lEOCOJEEMOTtfJD.

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An Old Sen Story. RECLALED BY THE DEPARTURE OF REV. MAURICE GRAY. COLLISION OF THE KEILAWARRA AND HELEN NICOLL. MR. GRAY A PASSENGER. HIS THRILLING EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

BECALMED BY TPS DEPARTURE 0F^ , J KEV. MAÛRtÇE GRAT. ' COLLISION OF THE " KEILAW ABRA* AM) HELBXJÍÍOQLL. MR, GRAY A FASBIENGER, . HIB THRILLING EXPERIENCES. The; departftr^^ .Gray, for matty years rector of St. Stephen's, Karrajong, recalls à sad - «ea story of seventeen years ago, when, off the North Coast of New South Wales, the Keila warra and Helen Nicoll collided, the former sinking in seven minutes. Forty lives were loBt. Mr Gray was a passenger by the Helen Nicoll. Visitors to the rectory were re minded of the catastrophe by a painted- scene of same (by Mr. Gray's daughter), which occupied a prominent position in the drawing room. The following is the reverend gentleman's thrilling story, as told "to" a pressman whilst he lay on a bed at the Victoria Coffee Palace, Sydney, resting his bruised and battered limbs prior to resuming bis journey. The narrative appeared in the long defunct Sydney "Tribune," dated December 17, 1886, a copy of which we have by us :- " "We left Grafto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

.,3¿BAI»S Are often inore-%i0.na-^^ btóken'M¡nés.on' Acejiüjn.ib. tíÉííiot b0^^p;í^M edy treated, apply <?hamberiúin*e PAID - Balm freely as soon as |¡he injury is received, ' -1 and it will ' quickly restore, the parts to a -j ïeàlthyfcoadition^ :^'^^6^%{^^ë^^0M demist, Windsor? Simpson BÙd ' ïîolds^* worth,^Richmond.* *."*., "".-0*3 Mm . Richmond J. C. Hörn.: North fiichmo^id W. G. Boss ßw^storie "'\.C¿ Ii. ^Ärling ¿ Rouse Hill M. A. W^itliag^ Wiseman^ ferry P. Kelly Sidney Gordon & Gotch " Federal Èress Ágéncj ? ?-'.»». ?'? .. .-'Hcv-- ifeutei?^ Melbourne^ Gordon & Gótch Xondoa Gordon & Gotch The above are authorised io i-ecei ve su oscrip tioo s, adtertise nients, &c., for "'The Hawkes bury Herald." PIKKSTOfiE & COLLISON PKOPBIETOÄS. ?m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

A Cash Stores A. GRIIVIWOOD'S V I-New and Seasonable Goods at Bargain Prices. < -'' '' _i_ ; SPECIAL VALUE in Light Pongee Cambrics, soft finish, at 3&d yard [ y^..,, , Fancy Figured Muslins, in floral patterns, at 5/6 dozen . Dark Indigo Prints, at 6d, 5£d, and 6£d ,* ., Lilac Pattern's from 3/11 per dozen . A NICE ASSORTMENT of Organdie Muslins, Delaines at 6Jd, 7¿d, 9d, 1/, * " and 1 /3 per yard GRIKWOOD'S Selection of Laces. ,Z;. ' IS THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT ' Beautiful Patterns in Guipure, Garland, Placuen, and Eidelweis Laces for Trimmings ? Valenciennes Laces, from I0¿d per doz Valenciennes Insertion from l/i per doz. ' Torchon Laces and Insertion, from 1/ per doz. . Beal Torchon, coarse make, at l/ll per doz at GRIM WOOD'S. HOSIERY. Children's Black Ribbed Cotton Hose, all sizes, at 4d per pair Dresser New Voiles, Black Taffetta, double width, at 1/11 yard Black Canvas Voiles, at 2/11 yard Black Figured Lustres,, from I0¿d Black Figured Voiles, at 2/6 Fan...

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The Windsor P.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

fTlie Windsor P.A.? The monthly general meeting of the above was held in the School of Arts on Monday evening, when there were present-MessrsT J. B. Johnston (president), J. C. Forsoberg, G. S. , Green well, Gr. McCauley, W. Greenwell, W. I. Perry, T. Hancock, A. D. i Fowler, C. Chester, W. H. Pinkstone, W. C. Harker, and F. Fitzpatrick (secretary). Amongst the correspondence were letters from Mr. B. Hali, M.P., in reply to the association's request re the snagging of South Creek. (Al ready published). From Freeman's Reach P.A., re quested the co-operation of the asso I ciation towards getting the grade of Punt Hill improved. lt was pointed out that the road in question was vested in the council. , Mr. Forssberg moved that it be suggested to the F. R P. A. that they send a deputation^ the council, in, which case the W.P.A. would send two delegates with them. Seconded by Mr. G. S. Greenwell, and carried. The president was asked to attend the deputation, along with another member. Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Commercial Hotel, ?WINDSOR. H. T. ROBBINS, I'ROPBIETOB. E. BALDWIN, LENNOX-STREET, RICHMOND, HAS a big supply of the BEST EX TRACTED HONKY for sale-in tins from 1 to 60 lbs.. Guaranteed pure. Also, large quantity of comb. Young healthy swarms of bees can be purchased cheaply Call rouni and inspect. WANTED a Tidy Girl to assist with housework. Apply " Herald " Office, Windsor. TENDERS WANTED for GENERAL REPA IBS and PAINTING to Methodist Church, IViiidsor. Specifications to bti seen st the Parsonage, between the hours' of 8 a m. to 6 p.m. TENDEBS CLOSE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21 Mrs. C. Eathet, organist of St, Matthew's Church of England, has vacancies for a few pupils for the piano and organ. Quarter commence! at any time. Terms strictly' moderate.*

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Death of Mr. Syd. Hull. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

---- I Death of Mr. 8yd. Hull. j Our readers will learn with deep regret of the sad deatb of Mr. Sydney Hull, an old Windsor boy, a native of the plaoe, the youngest brother of Messrs. William Hull, J.P., and ; James Hull. Deceased resided at Lismore, and was a guard on the railway. About five weeks ago, whilst on duty, he met with an accident. , The particulars to hand are only meagre ; but we under stand that one night, whilst in his van, he had noticed something amiss with the light, and going out on to the top of the van to attend to it, he somehow fell off, breaking one of his arms in two places, and also suffering internal injuries. He was conveyed to the Lismore hospital, where, sub sequently, hisMeatn took place. The news reached his brothers in Windsor as a terrible shock. They had no idea that the accident was to have'such a serious sequel. There was no word about the case having taken a dangerous turn ; whilst labor ing under the impression that the brother was progressin...

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