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

J T is as good for women as for men. Women often times need a vitalizing tonic. Wolfe's Schnapps has always been a fine thing for 'tired"and suffering women. is an old honest all-round tonic beverage and household remedy. You get nothing but lasting good from its use. ASK FOR Wolfe's Schnapps and TAKE NOTHING, ELSE.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Silixr mounted purses No. K84fi0 -Real Crocodile Skin Puree and Card Case combined, with Strap and Silver Lock and Comers, ¿31/7/6. No. BG991.-Fine Leather Purse, with Silver Lock and Corners, 10/6. No. E8778.-Coiiiliination Purse and Card Case, Solid .Silver «nield and Comers, 14/6. . About as many different kinds as . there are tastes-that is, good tastes. . ALL NEW GOODS. They are made of . Fine Leathers, such as Seal, Morocco, . Crocodile, Lizard, and Calf. All . have Solid Silver Mounts, and are , honestly made and well finished. Ask fop our Catalogue-free to all. cnn 1 y^gy^ Ko. F3738.-Fine leather Purse, with large Silver Corner Mounts and OL-I<, 13/6. X'j'^ Kui No. »9957.-Real Lizard Skin Purse, Solid Silver Lt>ck and Coiners, ltt/6. No. F]vu2.-lteul < rocodile «kin Purse, Silver Shield, Loiik, and Comers, 16/6. No. IîWH«i. - colid ^Iver-Mounted Real Crocodile Skin Purse, 12/6. No. KOUo.-Real < wodile ¡"kin Puree, Large solid Siher Mounts ...

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A Richmond Case. (In Chambers, before Mr. Justice Cohen). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

A Bichmond Caso. (la Chambers, before Mr. Justice Coben). Mr. A. Thomson (instructed by Messrs. John Williamson and Sons) appeared for Henry Skuthorp) of North Bichmond, , auctioneer, and moved for a rule nisi calling upon George Curtis, of Windsor, sawmill proprietor, R. Wilshire, P.M., of Pen rith, and certain justices of the peace, to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not issue to compel the magis trate named to hear and determine a summons in which Skuthorp was complainant and Curtis defendant. The facts were that Skuthorp sued Curtis to recover compensation for personal injuries sustained by him, ' and for damage to a sulky, owing as alleged to negligent driving of defen dant on the road between Richmond and North Richmond, by reason of which a collision occurred. On an objection raised by Mr. Levien, on behalf of defendant, the magistrate and justices held that they had no jurisdiction to hear the case, a« defen dant was a resident of Windsor, where there was a separate...

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

SÜMMEB COMPLAINT is the children's most dangerous enemy and the mother s most dreaded foe. Immediate and proper treatment is always necessary. Chamber lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, given according to directions, is the most effectual remedy known« Every household should have a lottie at hand. Get it .to day. It may save a life. For sale by B. A. Pye, chemist, Winds jr; Simpson and Holds worth, Bichmond.* fi. A. Pye'8 eora cure is becoming famous Try a bottle. 6d andi».*

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY, 11. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Church Services. SUNDA t, JAN UAR. X ll. CHUECH OP ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, 8 (Communioa), ll and 7.30. Bev. Robison. Vineyards, 2.30, Sunday School ; 8.30, ¿Service. Rev. BobiBon. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Bev. J. Howell-Price, Rural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, ' 10 o'clock ; Evening De votions, 7.30. Riverstone, M BBB, 10 o'clock. Bev. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Rev. J. W. Winspear ; 7, Ur. Williams. Bichmond, ll, Mr. Williams ; S (address-subject, " Church Praise"), Bev. J. W. Winspear. North Bichmond, ll, Mr. Myers. Kurrajong, 3, Mr. Myers. Wilber force, 3, Rev. C. Woodhouse. Sackville, 10.30., Mr. H. Woodhquse. Lower Portland 3 ; Leet's Vale, 10.30, Mr. Herpe. Lower Hawkesbury, 10.30, Bev. J. Colwell ; 7.30, Mr. H. Walker, tit, Albans, 10.30 and 7.30 (Mission). PRESBYTEBIAN. Windsor, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; River stone, 3 p.m. Rev. A. Daudie. Richmond ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. J. J. ï . L. Fergusson. t Ebenezer...

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

The Battle off Gettysburg. Visitors to the city during the present holidays, and right on till the coming Easter, will hare 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' Care, described as a Marvel in Magic, and quite a number of interesting sights, not least among them being a new cinemato graph with all new films.

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Hawkesbury Agricultural College. THE SEASON'S FARM CROPS. SUCCESSION OF VALUABLE EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

*p>îMjWFTW^-^^^^^^^^^^ Hawkesbury Agricultural College. THE SEASON'S FARM CROPS. fUCCESSION OF VALUABLE ): EXPERIMENTS. A grateful and flourishing verdant expanse greets the eye of the visitor to;, the Hawkesbury Agricultural College at the present time. The farm proper, which comprises about 100 acres, is in various stages of: cultivation, and looks well. Among the growing crops there are 140 acres of maize, which is just breaking into cob. Should it escape the,hot drying westerly winds at this critical stage, a yield of about 3000 bushels is expected. Thirty-two vari ti es are being grown this year, being an increase on any previous season. The latest is new white American maize, known as Cuzco, now being grown for the first time in Australia, its recommendation is the phjmonenal size of the grain. There is jalso a nice crop of Cinquetina maize, which has a small grain a a.little bigger than barley. This is grown especially for poultry, as it j requires no cracking. Twenty-five...

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

PICNIC PARTIES supplied at reasonable rates with Pannikins, "Billies," etc. All kinds of Crockery. Toys, and Fancy Ware. MRS. J. T. SMITH, George-street, Windsor. ÖLLEGt SYDNEY REY? CJ.FORSCÜTT.RÄ! Principal. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE ROCKDALE COLLEGE ls charmingly situated In its own park like grounds of is acres, on the Heights of Rockdale, Sydney, overlooking Lady Robinson's Beach, Sans Souci, Botany Bay, th« 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, Ase. FEES, from £9 9s. per QUARTER, which includes all subjects of Educ Mon, good Board, Laundry, and Mending. NO EXTRAS. Bo> s need Business Education ; and sending them to College strengthens their cha acter and makes them feel the value and worth of h...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wednesday. mr_:_A //? x_ e /o_i_i_ _i Maize, 4/b" to 5/3 per bushel. Wheat, 5/6 to 5/10 per bushel. Bran, 1/5. Pollard, 1/10. Oaten hay, 7/10. Onions, 4/6. Potatoes, 7/6 to 10/. Butter, 9£d to 10 Jd. Cheese, 5d to 7d. Eggs, 1/2 to 1/6. Baeon, 1/ to 1/2. Lard, 9d to lOd. * Honey, 3d to 4d. Hams, 1/1 to 1/3. Fowls, 4/6 to 6/. Ducks, 4/3 to 6/. Turkeys, 10/ to 30/. Footwood, 11/ to 12/6. Bakers' wood 9/6 to 10/6. Bundle wood, 10/ to 11/. FRUIT MARKET. Lemons, 6/ to 15/ per case. Apples, 3/6 to 4/6 per \ case Passion Fruit, 5/ to 9/ per gin case. Plums, 1/ to 4/ per half-case. Mandarins, 8/ to 20/ per gin case. Apricots, 2/ to 4/ per halt-case. Cherries, 3/ to 8/ per quarter case. Peaches, 2/to 4/per half case. Tomatoes, 1/9 to 2/ per quarter case. Nectarines, 3/ to 4/ per half-case. Oranges, 15/ to 20/ per case.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 5/6 to 6/. Chaff, 8/ to 8/6. Bran, 1/8 to 1/9. Pollard, 1/10 to 2/. Onions, 6/to 8/. Oaten hay, 7/6 to 8/6. Lucerne, 5/ to 5/6. Straw. 3/6 to 4/. Peas (blue), 8/ to ll/. Peas (Yorkshire), 9/ to 10/6. Oats, 4/ to 4/9. Barley, 4/6 to 5/6. Potatoes, 8/6 to 10/. Early Rose (seed), 10/- to ll/. Brownell (eeed), 8/7 to 10/6. Hungarian millet, lOd to 1/ per lb. : Lucerne seed (Hunter River) lld \ to 1/- per lb. Planters' friend, 6d to 7d per lb. Wheat, 6/3 to 6/6. English Barley, 4/9 to 5/6.

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

Fruit Trees for Sale. WASHINGTON NAVELS, EMPERORS, and all the Choicest Varieties of Citrus Fruits for Sale. Orchardists given ever j satisfaction. EDWARD HENNESSY, Comleroy Road. PEDEMONT & CO., 78 LIVEBPOOL-STREET. TANKS (New and SecondHaud), 40Ô. 200, and 100 gallons, always on hand. Horse-works, chaff-cutters, stump extractors, pumps, water pipes, stoves, scales, steam boilers, engines, and Machinery of all kinds. Iron, brass, copper, eine, &c, old or new bought and sold. Note the address-78 Liverpool-street, Sydney, off George-street, THE HAWKESBURY- HOTEL, Wkenlaris Ferry, Hawkesbury River (THE RHINE OF AUSTRALIA). THIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL is situated in the centre of the enchanting; and romantic scenery of the Hawkesbury Hirer, the fertile Valley of St. Albans, and on the Great Northern Road ; is now under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT, and has been thoroughly renovated. Accommodation for Visitors Unequalled, Cuisine liberal. Good Fishing and Shooting. Local Scene...

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

KURRAJONG. » I Mrs. E. Hennessy, who has been ill j for some time, is on the mend. We i hope she will soon regain her strength. ! Mr. W. E. McMahon has taken his team of bullocks to Lower Portland. He is, now engaged drawing logs to ; Mr. W. Jones's Baw-uiill. Mr, E. À. Fraser, the assistant sanitary engineer for the City council, ! spent his holidays with his relatives at Kurrajong. The drains and canals which were opened up in Wheeny Creek j have had a wonderful t fleet in allow ing the storm water to get away. During the heavy storms which passed over the district, it was noticeable that the water in the creek did not rise at all, and the farms on ' the lowest ground are now lesB risky and far more eaeily worked. The death occurred last week of Clifford Hornery, s n of Mr. Wm. Hornery, of Bullridge. The little chap had only been bad about a week, j his ailment being diarrhoea, but it j was evidently a very virulent type of the disease, as the doctor and his ! nurses were unable t...

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Musical Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Musical Examinations. The following is a list of the suc cessful pupils of the Misses Josephine, Constance, and Edith Moses, at the recent London College Examinations held in Svdney Miss Josephine Moses' pupils-Miss Valerie Crow ley, L.L.C.M. ; Miss Edith Moses, L.L.C.M.; Miss Daisy Crane,. Senior Honors; Master Stewart Alexander, Senior Honors ; Miss Beatrice Forss bery, Intermediate; Miss Ciesie Forssberg, Elementary Honors ; Mas ter J. Tuckerman, Primary. This boy obtained 96 per cent, marks, which was the highest percentage ob tained by any pupil in any division. Pupils of MÍBS Constance Moses, L.L.C.M.-Miss Ruby Johnston, Senior Honors ; Master Edwin Liddle, Primat y. Pupil of Miss Edith Moses, L.L.C.M.-Geoffrey Fowler, Elemen tary violin.

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TAYLOR—JAFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

TAYLOR-J AFFBAY. A_.u__jj:_Í._1_ _1__i CIA A pretty wedding toon place at ¡St. Stephen's Church, Kurrajong, on De cember 24th, the bridegroom being Ur. £. Taylor, of Windsor, and the bride Miss Lydia Jaffray, fourth sur viving daughter of Mir. Gr. Jaffray, of South Kurrajong. The ceremony'was performed by the Rev. M. Gray. The bride, who carried a white enamelled prayer-book (the gift of the bride groom), wore a dress of white irish linen, richly trimmed with lace and insertion, with white picture hat, chiffon, and feathers, which completed a oharming costume. She was given away by her father, whilst Mr. B. Taylor acted as best man. The bride was attended by five bridesmaids, chief amongst them being Miss Y. Jaffray (sister to the bride), who wore white muslin, trimmed with lace and insertion, and picture hat, and carried a pretty bouquet of deep redSroses and maiden-hair fern (gift of the bridegroom). The other four little maids (nieces of the bride) were dressed in white and cream...

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WINDSOR v. WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

WINDSOR v. WILBERFORCE. Commenced at Wilberforce on Saturday. Scores : WILBERFORCE. Dean, b Bowman. 20 L. Brown, c, b Bowman. 6 S. TucKerman, b Reid. 2 H. Bowd,b Beid. O B. Ball, b Maguire . 16 C. Tuckerman. c, b Hancock. 10 Bushell, run out . 2 M. Hall b Hancock. 0 Nicholls, b Maguire. 2 Greentree, not out .'..». 3 G. Brown, l.b.w., b Hancock. 0 Sundries. 5 Total . 66 Bowling analysis. - Hancock 3 for 3 ; Maguire 2 for ll ; Reid 2 for 13 ; Bowman 2 for 28. WINDSOR. Cobcroft, c, b Brown. 2 Ward, Lb.w., b Tuckerman. 4 Bowman, c. b Brown .-... 0 S. Maguire, b Brown. 0 Myers, not out .-. 20 A. Maguire, b Tuckerman . 0 Dean, b Tuckerman. 0 Higgins, b Hall. 16 Hancock, c, b Tuckerman . 0 Reid, b Tuckerman . 10 Fowler, not out. 3 Sundries. 6 Nine wickets for. 61 The match, will be concluded to morrow* NORTH RICHMOND v. OCBÀN-ST/ CONGREGATIONAL 0. ^3. Played on New Year's Day on Centennial Park, jfche former winning by61 runs. Scores: NORTH RICHMOND. Stevenson, b Connell ....«.. 6 Williams...

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Anniversary Day in Windsor. PROPOSED SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Anniversary Day in Windsor« PROPOSED SPORTS. It may strike readers as rathe: rum for a Progress Association to tak< up the matter of arranging a sporti meeting. But why not? It is forth« good of the place : and anything it that direction they are to be com mended for taking up. And so th« W.P.A. want to see the coming Anni versary Day celebrated here. The matter was introduced at the meeting on Monday night. It was Mr. Forssberg who threw out the suggestion ; and the meeting en thusiastically took it up. Mr. Forssberg thought a swimming carnival would be a good thing ; and perhaps they oould add other sports, tie wished to see children brought out a bit in swimming, and he would be prepared to donate four prizes for them (applause). If there was a possibility of including boat races, he would be prepared also to give a donation in that direction (applause). Mr. McCauley fell in with the ide*. But a regatta alone was\hardiy of sufficient attraction. He woulrT like to see a...

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

TENNIS. On Saturday afternoon, Messrs. G. Podmore, F. Broughton, M. Green well, and F. W. Collison, drove over to the H. A. College to try conclusions with the College club, which was re presented by students Florance, Barry, Harris, and Bryant. Play was soon commenced, and was; watched by a good number ot' students. The visitors were entertained at afternoon tea, and were otherwise most hospitably treated I by the students. Some very exciting games were played, but the greater number were scored by the Collegians, who played well throughout. At the conclusion of a most pleasant after noon's recreation, the visitors had a " shower," and accepted the students' cordial invitation to tea. The visitors were greatly impressed with the gentlemanly manner in which they were treated, and look forward to playing another match on the College courts in the near future. Following are the scores : Brjant and Barry v. Broughton and Collison 6-i Florance and Harris v. Podmore and Greenwell 2 6 Bry...

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COLLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

COLLEGE NOTES. . . f ' The Hon. John Kidd (Minister for Agriculture), accompanied by Mr. W. S. Campbell, Captain Kirkpatrick, and the three Boer delegates, Messrs. W. J. Jooste, J. M. Lane, and H. T. Bood, spent a day at the College re cently. . They were shown over the farm by Principal Potts, and were especially struck with the five furrow disc plough and six-horse at work on some of the virgin soil of the College, lbey also went over tho piggery, dairy, orchard, and other departments, and were greatly impressed with the institution. Captain Kirkpatrick stated that in all his travels in Eng land and Canada, he had seen no thing to compare with "the Hawkes bury College. The much advertised Guelph College in Canada was no thing like equal to it. What struck him most was the ample provision made here to teach practical farming, and the splendid equipment of the farm. This was fully endorsed by ali the visitors. They ail expressed their warmest appreciation of the place and methods ad...

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The Old and New Council Clerks. EXIT MR. PENDERGAST. ENTER MR GIBSON. MARKING THE EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

The Old and New Council Clerks. EXIT MR. PENDERGAST. ENTER MR GIBSON. MARKING THE EVENT. The last Windsor council meeting fell on New Year's Eve. The occasion was a double one, for the council were that night to see the old year out and the new year in and the old council clerk out and the new council clerk in ! As soon as the regular business paper was disposed of the Mayor asked those present to join him in some refreshments. With the exception of Aid. Prim rose, there was a full council present. Mr. E. B. Walker, .T.P., one of the auditors, was there, but Mr. T. Lobb, J.P., the other, could not arail himself of the invitation. The laboring em ployes were also among the gathering. The new clerk, -who comes from Ten terfield, where he had occupied a similar position, had ai rived that afternoon. He occupied a prominent seat. Mr. J. Ross, J P., was present, and was called, for the evening, " Alderman " Eoss ! The Mayor, who wore his robes of office for the auspicious occasion, and l...

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

RIVERSTONE. A memorial service will be con ducted in the Presbyterian church on Sunday afternoon for the late Rev. P. Fitzgerald, who was instru mental in starting the Presbyterian cause in Riverstone, and having the church built. Mr. Frank Wheeler, district regis trar for Riverstone, has kindly supplied us with the following vital statistics for the quarter ended dist December : - Births - 6 males, 1 female, total, 7 ; deaths-4 males ; marriages-2. Mr. Cyril Daley met with a very painful accident on Friday last. He went to the paddock to catch Mr. Drinkwater's horse. Thinking the animal was quiet, he mounted him, ] with only a halter. The horse j bolted. The rider-who ie not a j rider-r-j umped off ; and in doing so lie fell on a stump, inflicting two nasty gashes in the back of his head. He was picked up unconscious, incl ? conveyed home, and Dr. Studdy was called in, and had to put five stitches in the wound. Progressing favorably ! The Riverstone brass made a house to house visi...

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