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

7" ^»^Ocj6^fcborp,Rwhmond - ~^;A*Èçeâ Windsor y O, Mortley, Riverstone A. grimwood, Windsor. Rockdale College, Sydney C^blfi Depot JP. Bayes, Windsor. ^ J. W. Allison, Richmond R.*.£ye -* Dentists '~ Ji. W. Allison, Bjchmond ij. Beattí, 329 ßarUng-street, Balmain j a. W. Benson, Richmond i 3", Cfc hearson JUS fleorge-at,, Sydney^ R. A, Pye, Windsor i E. S. Swift, M"\ JfetJinglinrsfcToad ¡ Sydney i Drapers ? -i . A. Grimwood, Windsor j »Simpson and Holdsworth, Eichmond j rait Kerchants i 0. Montgomery andSoBB, Fruit Markets, . Sydney, and Perkins-st., Newcastle ! Pocüttire Warehouse I 0. Ji Forssberg, 78 Waiiana-st¿, Sydney Hotels <T. fi. Bloome, Royal Hotel, Windsor Miss Bushell, Royal Exchange Hotel, . .. ' Windsor' Robert Gliedell, Black Horse Hotel, v Richmond - J. Eagles, Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor P. J. Kelly, Hawkesbury Hotel, Wise - man'sjFerry C.. í\ Biemensohneider, Boyal Hotel, Richmond Machinery - JMassejr-HamB Co., 36 Broadway « Sydney «T. W, Johns1 and SOHB, Rege...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1903. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JAN. 9, 1903. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. Daring a recent trip to Mount Victoria the Hon. W. Walker sustained an injury to one of bis legs. He took little notice of it at the time, bnt it has since proved more serions than it at first appeared, and he has suffered considerably with it. Â child of Mr. W. Hornery, of Sackville, has been laid np. In this issue appears a lengthy letter from Mr. James Hull, on the vexed rifle club matters. The last night of the old year and the celebration of the new passed off compara tively quietly in Windsor. Numbers of youths and boys promenaded the streets until a very late hour, and indulged in pastimes that may be termed mild. Our ever-vigilant police were on the qui vive to suppress anything approaching to rowdyism or jokes of too keenly practical a nature. The town band-of twenty-four performers, under the able conductorahip of Mr. G. D. Gallaher - turned out at about 10, and serenaded the various places in town. The usual wa...

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

ARTIFICIAL TEETH AT SYDNEY PRICES ! ! J". "W". ALLISON, Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond. Teeth on Tulcanite, 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 DONK UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FR EB. THE DEUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the prqper 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 44 Homebush," Sydney, CAN BE CONSULTED AT SLY'S HOTEL, WlNDSOR-STBEET, RICHMOND, EVERY SATURDAY, From II.HO a.m. to 7.30 p.m. AH Latest Improvements in Artificial Teeth. O" Painle'B F...

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

RICHMOND. S Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Town and family / are spending holidays at Manly. At the local Court of Petty Sessions on Thursday last, before Mr. J. B. Mitchell, J.P., the case Holborow and Co. v. H. Whitwell was postponed until the 8th instant. Mr. J. C.- Horn is conducting a fourteen days' sale of all his goods. Persons wanting bargains should roll up at once. If you want to save money send your orders along to E. 6. Paull, IX.L. Store, Market-street, Rich mond. He is selling groceries cheaper than any other «tore in town.* Special service was conducted at the . Presbyterian Church on Sunday morn ing by Dr. Cameron. At the conclu sion every child present received a prize. Mr. Harry Lee, of North Richmond, is getting right again after a severe illness. His many friends hope to soon see him about again. Mr. R. Patterson has completed painting and decorating ¿be business premises of Messrs. Woodhill and Co. He has made a first-class job of it. Mary Ann South, widow of the late James...

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

Have. U A Y Z? Then . . Get . . Tour . . Groceries . FROM W. G. J. PENDERGAST (LATE MOE BROTHERS', GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. TRY HIS FAMOUS > KINKARA TEA. WINKS OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS. Everything at Lowest Prices. THE . , . . The Live . . HAWKESBURY j Loca| JournaI HERALD .... ; and District. Windsor ! G«*«tteer . - An Excellent j-j 2s U Quarter. Advertising . ?-j START ANY TIME Medium ... I (1 I ! PINKSTONE j Our Job Printing j A TSTTO j is a Work of Art ' v j and as Cheap as : COLLISON, Oity. ^ Proprietors. T. I .rv-. The Biverstone TAILOR, *I8 NOW; MAKING j AIGrand Display ' OF THE Latest Tweedßi And is Prepared to Execute Orders in the Latest Style of Suits, With Perfect Finish, from £.3 Se CABH. All Goods Thor oughly Shrunk. All Work Guaranteed. Note the Address T. A JARRETT M-to Tailor, PPHE OLEAN SMALL GOODS ! FRESH SMALL GOODS ! PRIME SMALL GOODS COLONEL KAINE NOTIFIES that he bas the Very Best Articles in the shape of German Sausages, Saveloys,- Black and White Pud« dings,...

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

IINT THE ZDISTRIOT Stationer, Bookseller, and News Agent, Smokers' Requisites. ^Mfiii . AU Orders Promptly Attended to. ' Jttt the Leading Daily and Weekly Newspapers. ASSORTMFNT of Books, Birthday Presents, and Stationery. iced Soda Fountain in Full Stoing. Horse and Cattle Medicines, ersön's Garden Seeds Crinkled Paoer, all shades 2a 6D. PER QUARTER. UP-TO-DATE JOB-PRINTING AT SYDNEY PRICES. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, Proprietora

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Farewell Function at Kurrajong. PRESENTATIONS TO REV. M. AND MRS. GRAY. RECEPTION TO REV. TATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Farewell Function et Kurrajong. PRESENTATIONS TO REV. M. AND MRS. GRAY. ^RECEPTION TO REV. TATE. Fressure of space prevented us from making anything but a brief allusion in our last issue to the very happy function held at Kurrajong on the afternoon of Tuesday week, when a farewell tea, etc., was tendered to Rev. Maurice Gray and Mrs. Gray, prior to their departure for the parish of Pyrmont, after over eleven years' ministration at Kurrajong. The function took the form of a picnic, tea-meeting, and valedictory addresses and presentations. It was attended by about 300. And a very represen tative gathering it was, too. All Kurrajong seemed to be there-and all denominations, for the rector and his good wife are beloved by ail. A more popular pair it would be hard to find in the Hawkesbury, and friends from all parts gathered to pay their respects. The brother clergy were in strong evidence. Amongst the visitors, from Windsor were Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., and Mrs. Hall; amongst those fr...

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

À Macilent Wasted System. ?» _ Thoroughly Restored by CLEMENTS TONIC* The Case of tyre. E. fyERTON (BY A LOCAL BEPOBTER.) Surprise is an inadequate term to describe the feeling with which euch an announce ment as the following will be received by the general public ; yet the actual state of things which prevailed at No. 68 Mac quarie-street South, Surry Hills, are nar* rated by the lady who experienced them, so there can be no doubt as to the facts. *' Not so very long ago," said Mrs. Eliza« beth Merton, who lives at the above address, "I found that I could not stand the cold weather. This was a great sur prise to me, because I used to appreciate a cold climate so mach." "Perhaps you were not very weill* ventured the reporter. " I certainly did not feel as buoyant «fl usual, as I had no energy to bustle abont my work as in former days, feeling only fit. to wrap myself up and sit doWn. Beyond that there was no occasion for alarm for a little while ; then I seeme^ to collapse suddenly...

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Scientific Excursions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Scientific Excursions. Professor David, the eminent geo logist, with Mr. G. H. Halligan, Chief Surveyor Public Works De partment, Sydney, and Mr. Wool nough, Lecturer in Geology at the Adelaide University, visited the Kurrajong Heights on New Year's Day, and made a geolog;cal survey of the formation in the neighbour bourhood of the Cut Rock. In this locality there is a remark able "fault" in the well-known Hawkesbury sandstone, which, in the geological survey of the country, has to be carefully noted. j The party stayed at the Royal hotel, Richmond, on New Year's Eve, and started early the following morning, being driven by Master Harry Dunston. Harry's manage ment of the team, over entirely new and difficult roads, excited high ad miration and praise. . On Arrival, at the Heights Mr. Powell's son, who has successfully studied under Professor David at the Sydney University," joined the ex cursionists. From "Northfield" gates, round the demtion to the foot of the Cut Rock, the journe...

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RIFLE CLUB RUMPUS. MR. JAMES HULL IN REPLY. To the Editor "Hawkesbury Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

RIFLE CLUB BUMPUS. MR. JAMES HULL IN REPLY. To the Editor " Hawkesbury Herald." Sir,-Your last issue contained an account of what was represented to be a meeting of the Windsor Civilian Hine Club; and, taking advantage of the {courteous intimation on page 3 of that issue, to the effect that, only one side of the question having been given in that report, the other side were welcome to space in which to ex pound their views, I venture to hope you will publish this letter. I hold that a secretary is bound anost strictly by the rules of his club, and that it is not for hinrto go outside or inside any rule in existence ; and I examined the requisition to see if it was in accordance with the require ments of rule 10, which says that a requisition for a special general meet ing must be signed by ten qualified members. The requisition under which the so-called meeting of the club was held was signed by only five qualified members. Rule 8 defines a qualified member as one whose sub scriptio...

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Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Laying Competition. The following are the laying re cords for the competing pens at the Hawkesbury College laying competi tion for thé month of December and the total for nine months: Decem- Total for ber* 9 months. Grantham P. Farm, W, Leghorn ,. 105 ... 818 M. Ward, Black Orpingtons 73 ... 784 A. E. Henry, Silver Wyan dotte* . 94 ... 78* Mrs. Bastin, Blaek Orping tons.... 86 . ... 717 J. F. Brown, Silver Wyan dottes ._ 75 ... 716 G. Kennedy, White Leg horns .112 ... 70S E. Waldron, Black Orping tons ... . 70 ... 701 Mrs. Cheshire, Black Orping tons . 83 ... . 682 Bosanquet Bros., Buff Or pingtons . 76 ... 676 W. E. Boutcher,Imperials 95 ... 671 E. H. Maxwell, Black Or pingtons . 81 ... 673 D. Scott, Birrelees.J19 .. 668 W. Tombs, Auconas ... -60 ... 659 J. J. Boche, Black Orpingtons 74 ... 656 F. Greenwell, Buff Orping tons ... . 75 ... 651 J. Femell, Buff Wyandottes 62 ... 643 A. Munro, Buff Leghorns ... 115 .. 630 W. Haydon, White Leghorns 90 ... 622 A. Scarr, White Wyandottes 7...

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Weddings. SHEPHERD—THOMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

Weddings. 'SHEPHERD-THOMPSON. A pretty wedding fâjpk plaoe at St. Stephen's church of ^England, New town, on Tuesday, 2iJrd ultimo, when Miss Mary Thompson, daughter of Mr. T. J. Thompson, J.P., of St. Albans, was united to Mr. James Shepherd, second officer on -the ss. Aorangi. The ceremony was per formed by the Kev. Canon Boyce. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. E. Thompson, was attired in a becoming costume of white silk voille, strapped with white silk, chiffon and insertion trimmings. She also wore a wreath and fall (a family heirloom), and carried a pretty shower bouquet. She was attended by her sister, Miss Grace Thompson. After the wedding ceremony, the party ad journed to the residence of the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. G. Hayes, where a sumptuous breakfast was awaiting them. The toast of "The bride and bridegroom " was proposed by Mr. W. S. Morgan (formerly in charge of the Central Macdonald Public School), and responded to by the bridegroom. The toast of "...

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

WINDSOR v. PETERSHAM. Played at Windsor on New Year'B Day, the former winning by 1 run on the first innings. Scores : PETERSHAM-1st Innings. Souter, c. b Bowman ... ... ... 20 Searl, b Reid . ... 6 Mills, c. b Reid .. . 0 Brans, 1 b.w, b Myers. ... 25 O. Dawes, stp, b Reid. 2 J. Brown, b Maguire. 4 G. Dawes, c, b Bowman ... ».. 13 Morris not out .... 10 W. Brown, e, b Bowman .... ... 0 A. Dawes, run out . 2 H. Chan Her, c, b Bowman . 2 Sundries . 2 Total. . 86 Bowling analysis. - Bowman 4 for .29 ; Reid 3 tir 35 ; Maguire I for » ; Myers 1 for 5 ; Moses 0 for 6 ; Hancock 0 for 2. WINDSOR. Wàrd, runout . '. 0 Cobcroft, b W. Brown ... . 25 Myers, b T. Brown . 4 Maguire, b W. Brown ...( . 15 Bowman, c, b Brown. 10 Higgins, c b Searl . 17 H. Moses, l.b.w.,b W. Brown. 5 Hancock, b Searl., . ... 1 Fowler, b Searl. 0 A. Davis, not out. 0 A. Reid, absent. 0 , Sundries ..^ . ll Total . . 88 In their second innings Petersham made 78 (Norris 23- G. Dawes 16, and O. Dawes M). _

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

WINDSOR ON ANNIVERSARY DAT. Full Day's Programme Fancy Dress Procession. Procession, 10 a.m. Rendezvous, School of Arts, Fancy dress. Prises for most original tarn-out, most comte turn-out, and most original dress [[Events on McQuade Park.' ' (To start at 10-30 a.m.") Handicap Bicycle Race, about 1 mile Sheffield Handicap, 120 yards Sack Race. 75 yards Throwing at the Wicket j Obstacle Bicycle Race Tug-o'-war, teams of 10 each Balaclava Melee (masks and sticks pro vided) Medley Race (thre id a needle, open and carry au umbrella, and light a cigar) Slow Bicysle R»ce. 103 yards Footrace over Hurdles, 120 yards Potato Race, 40 yards Boys' Race (handicap), 14 years and under, 75 yards Girls'»Race, 15 years and under, 50 yards Obstacle Footrace, about 200 yards* Cutting the Candle Climbing the Greasy Pole * Three-legged Race, 75 yards Trick Cycling Tug-o'-war on Horseback, teams of ten Aquatic Events. (To start at 3.30 p.m., at the River Park). SWIMMING EVENTS. 100 yards handicap, for bo...

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

Government Advertisement, j Department of Taxation, Custom Hojose,, Sydney, 19tb December, 1902. LAND AND INCOME TAX ASSESS MENT ÀPÏ OF 1895. NOTICE ie hereby given, under Section 80 of the above Act, that RETURNS OF INCOME received during the year 1902 for the pnrpcBea of the assessment of Income Tax for the year 1903 are required to be furnished to theCommissioners of Taxation, pt their office, on OB BEFORE TUB SEVENTH DAY OF FEBBUABY, 1903, and all persons who are in receipt of income, and all per sons liable under the provisions of the Act in any representative capacity to f annan re taras for the purposes aforesaid, are hereby informed that the prescribed Forms of Re turns are now available, and may be obtained (except those for Companies) on application at any POST OFFICE, POLICE OFFICE, CUSTOM HOUSE, RAILWAY STATION, and the OFFICE OF ANT ÔLEBK OF PETTY SESSIONS in New South Wales, STAMP DDTIES OFFICE, PHILLIP-STBEET, SYDNEY, or at the TAXATION OFFICE, CDSTOM HOUSE, SYDNEY. F...

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

Licensing Court.   FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Messrs. G. M. Pitt, and J. B Johnston, L.M. Renewals for colonial wine licenses were granted to Kezia Mawson (Pitt Town), Charles Davis, and James Thomas Mangold (Riverstone).

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A Case of Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

A Case of Stealing. Mary Anderson, aged 28, a servant, was charged at the Central Police Court, Sydney, on Tuesday, with stealing four pictures, one fire-screen, one decanter, one flower vase, two finger bowls, one picture frame, one hot-water dish, two bottles of olaret, four curtain tassels, six bed curtains, one couch cover, 15 window curtains, one cup, and one ornament, value £18, the property of Cecily McQuade. The case for the prosecution was that Mrs. H. McQuade, a widow, of inde pendent means, left her Windsor residence in charge of the' domestics. Subsequently the accused, who had been in her employ for about three months, called at the parcels office at Bedfern station, and asked for parcels containing the articles stated. She said that the parcels and the articles they contained were hers. Constables Bobine and Leary were waiting, and when she got the parcels they arrested her. The parcels were opened, and Mrs. McQuade identified all the articles as her property, and said...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 9 January 1903

DEATH. HULL.—January 4, at Lismore, Sydney Hull, youngest son of William Hull (de- ceased), who met his death through in- juries received whilst in the execution of his railway duties. Aged 38 years. Inserted by his brother, James Hull, Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 January 1903

al AGENTS * * Windsor ,« R. Á. Pye 1?. A. Ôleôjentsj "BichiMond ... J: 0. Horn North Richmond W. G. Hoes Riverstone .... L> J, Barling '",. v Dayis' Rouse Hill . «-i À. Whitîing, Wise man's Ferry .J?. J. Kelly dney Gordon & Gotch 9i Federal Press Agency ... Reuter's Melbourne - Gordon & {-roten London Gordon & Gotch The above ure autLorised fo receive su uscrlptions, advertise ments, &c, for " The fía^kes burv Herald." PINKSTONE & COLLISON PïlOPKJETOB8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 16 January 1903

a SEVERE SPRAIN usually disables the injured person for three ar four weeks. Cures have often been effected in less than one week by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm. This liniment has great healing powers. One application gives relief. Try it. For sale by R. Afiye, chemist, Wind or ; Simpson and Holdsworth, Richmond.*

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