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Concert at Rouse Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Concert at Rouse Hill. The concert promoted by the Bouse Hill Cricket Club as a wind-up to their season which took place at thc Church of England School Hall on Friday evening last, passed off very successfully, and the promoters are to be complimented on the way it was carried out. Mr. a. Whitling, the ener- getic secretary, and other members of the club left nothing undone to ensure its success, and wi feel sure their efforts were well rewarded. Thc unpropitious weather that prevailed that evening, kept many away who otherwise would have, been - present, but as it WAS the attendance was a ' good one for Rouse Hill. Mr. J. J. Pye (president of the club), occupied the chair, and expressed his pleasure at being present, lt was a good thing to have a cricket club in their midst, and he hoped it would prove as successful as he anticipated. The overture was played by Miss Allpress (Sydney), who proved herself a finished pianiste. The item was a very pretty one, and gained deserved appla...

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HORSE FAIR AND STALLION PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

HOBSK FA IB AND STALLION PARADE. I A horse fair end stallion parade will, sub- ject to the approval of the Hawkesbury Race Glut) Committee, be held on the Hawkesbury Racecourse on Saturday, 2nd August. Horse ' owners will do well to make a note of this before booking their horses elsewhere. an viii/ nmui^M^l^g^l^^g^^^jí Strange to say, in the samebnildi^^^B *SB^B» v ftâwWnwriy^wtà'-^wari^ years ago. The first issue appeared .-ivJ. J 1873, and afterwards the plant was removed to premises where Mr. Pitt's building now stands. Tbe paper was carried on until December»1874, when the plant was des- troyed in the disastrous Windsor fire of that year. The capital for starting the " Times " was subscribed by the principal business people, the first directors being Messrs. W. I f. Linsley, W. Moses, sen., D. Holland, and the late Mr. J. T. Neilson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

THE NEWEST SHAPES in LADIES* JACKETS, 8/11 to 27/6. ' Macintoslies, 10/9 t»27/6. CORSETS, 2/11 to 11/6. Tte P.D.. C.B., and a11 th» BEST| MAKES in Stock:. The Hawkesbury Show] WITHOUT DOUBT IS The Great Event of the Season] - TOM THE - L'iDIEj OF THE DXSTEICT, who cannot do better than cill on ua| for their New DRESSES AND MILLINERS] Special Line -m mmmmm asm, j Double width, 10 Jd per yard. TRIMMED HATSj CHOICE DESIGNS, 10/6, 15/G, 21/-. CALL AND INSPECT. Costume Skirts for Ladies\ /"?Cfi/ll.to!2-7/6._-.. D. HOLLAND &. CO] Young Men Who Study ECONOMY and want i get Best Value for their Money should call on D. Holland & Go., -FOE Shirts, lies, Braces, Suits,! IS PACT Everything they may require. MEN'S CARDIGAN JACKETS, from 5/9. Boys' Jerseys. NAVÏ AND STRIPED, 2/6, 8/6. Tweed Macintoshes, THE NEWEST SHAPE?, ^ Sewn throughout, 25/-. We make Macintosh TO ORDER, in any shape required from 27/6 to 6l CALL & INSPECT PATTERNS.' BLANKETS, FLANNELS,] RUGS, FLANNELET...

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TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

TO Oüß CORRESPONDENTS. Many of our correspondents have compli- mented us oe our first issue. Thanks ! Were j disappointed in several respects ou reel yes. But, few realise what it is to get oat a first issue ; in fact, it takes an issue or two to get her. going properly. Ugh 1 it's a contract. But we're sett'ing to it ; and we ate sure our friends will not be tco rough on the defects natural to our birth, but with the breath of kindness gently blow them away. A few complimentary ref-renoes we have published, but we ask all those who included in their notes unsavoury remarks about our senior contemporary tb excuse ns for delet- ing same. With all due respect, we must draw the pencil there. We have come to Winds* because we think it a fitting place in which to make a permanent home ; but whether we are to stay only the proverbial six months or for ever and ever, we want to be always able to say, at any rate, that we preserve! the dignity of journalism-and to our minds there's nothing ...

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

on your first lune. lit je rumoured that a libel ease is to come off here, £1000 damages being claimed. tD. Donohue is making good ss with Mr. Hayes's cottage ;he line, ne-wryice will be held in St. Paul's Church of England on Sunday next, at 7.30 p m. Miss Ange Bo a, who is living in Sydney, has been spending a few weeks with her brother. It is rumoured that a duck case will be heard at the police court if the ducks are not returned. Mr. H. Saundercock had some beautiful turnips on Saturday last. Uno turned the scale at 12} lbs. The Presbyterian tea-meeting and concert held last week were a big success financially and otherwise. Mr. W. Marlin is proceeding to South Africa with the Commonwealth Contingent, having passed all tests. Mr. Carey, oi Marsden Park, was He winner of the bog-oak pipe at the «aar last week. A good many had .raye on it. ^fÉjl^daughter of Mr. B. Toomey ^with bronchitis and mea ^^^^^?u progressing favorably, ^^^^H of Dr. Studdy. ^^^^H^P Kelly «rill pay a visit t...

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RICHMOND. OUR MAIN STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Tbl ünt *t*J> token by the Council to place WiodsoMtreet in proper repair wilt ne highly appreciated when the work is carried ont. Mr. T. Hiles his the contract, and has had the street ploughed and tamed np, and ia ¿ow laying down a good coating of white gravel, which, when properly set, will make a splendid street. The first section extends from the Royal Hotel corner to the Gommer' cial Bank. Mr. Miles is to be complimented j on the expeditious manser in which he has performed the work.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

WEDDING A wedding waa celebrated at the home of tbe bride's patents, "Avondale," Bridge road, Glebe Point, on Tuesday, 15th ult, when Mr, Arthur Jarrett, youngest son of the late Mr. William Jarrett, of "Venetia," Kennedy-street, Glebe Poi .t, was married to Miss Era Mary Richards, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Rich »rds, of "Avondale," Bridge road, and Windsor. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Glouston in the drawing room, which was beautifully de corated with autumn leaves, berries, and white roses. Punctually at half-past 2 o'clock the bride, leaning on the arm of her father, entered. Her gown was of ivory silk voile. The akiit, having accord eon-plated frills, was ornamente i with insertion. The bodice was tucked and made with a bolero over a Bussian blouse of soft chiffon, em- bossed with gold, the bolero being held in position by strappings of tiny gold buttons. Her two little maids of honor were Miss Louie Cobcroft and Mies Dorothy Goldrick. Immediately after the c...

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FRUIT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

FRUIT PESTS. Tho fruitgrowers of Central Cum- berland have during the week been making anxious inquiries in regard to the draft Fruit Pestsand DieeasesjBill introduced to a meeting of fruitgrow- ers on Saturday last. So far,! the growers are not taking it very Httdly, and there seems to be a strong objec- tion to the proposed tax of 2s per lore, also to the power given to the local boards to double that tax if thoighfc necessary. Many of them urge wat the costs of administering the |Act should come out of the State revenue in the same manner aa provided tír in the Public Health Act, but their argu- ment in support of this contention ia; not very strong. Anyhow, the desire seems to be that the bill should be fully considered by the various local unions or progress associations, «¿hen ia all probability there will bei an amendment by one body or otho* to almost every clause. The progressive grower recognises that there shoula be a bill of some sort, and he also recog- nises that the g...

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New Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

New Train Service. 1 The following is a copy or the new time table, to take effect if rom Sunday next. The 4.57 p.m., Saturday excepted, Sydney to Richmond, will bc dis- continued beyond Blacktown, put A new train will leave SydneV for Richmond, Saturdays excepted, at 5.44 p.m., stopping at Parratptta, Blacktown, and all stations on the Richmond branch, reaching Rich- mond at 7.17. The 7.50 p.m. Wednesday, Black- town to Richmond, conveying off the 6.50 from Sydney, discontinues, but j A new train connecting with! the 11.30 p.m. from Sydney on Weanes day will leave Blacktown at ^2.50, due Richmond 1.35. j The 11.25 a.m. Richmond to Parramatta will be discontinued, but the 12.15 p.m. Saturday, Rich- mond to Blacktown, will run daily, Sunday excepted. 1 The 2.45 p.m. Wednesday, Black- town to Richmond, will run Monday to Friday inclusive. ! On Sundays a new train will (eave Richmond for Blacktown at 7.5 p m. connecting at Blacktown with train due Sydney at 8.50 p.m., ana also' the tra...

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Official [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Wnd|y1»Dde4totii (or pubHcatlon Public Works Dep April, 1902. Sir.-I Inform yon that the Ililli the completion of repairs to the bridge Uiver at Bichmond-colt Of Ij^dney, flat ti» honor to |«» .authorised to'".pW urgent Hawkesbury fIlaire not ate, *c, J. to exceed the sum of £300. DAVIS, Under Secretary. X » Public Works Department,' Sydney, 21st April, 1902. Sir,-With reference to your letter of the 16th instant, asking that,a bell be erected at Sackville Ferry. Hawkesbury Biver, I am directed to inform you that the Minister has approved of a bell being erected at the place referred to, and instructions j bave been issued accordingly. 1 have, .j J. DAVIS, Under Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, J Ith April, 1902. Date of letter under rep» lllh instant, from Mr. J. Hancock, of Bu\ ridge, presented by you. Subject : Cutt Lil down hill near the Baptist Church. Beplj; The Minister regrets that he cannot see Lis { way to authorise this work at present, il have, isa., J. DAVIS....

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CRICKET. CENTRAL COLO v. LOWER PORTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

CRICKET. CENTRAL COLO v. LOWER PORTLAND Â large number of spectators gathered at Mr. Moran's paddock on April 26tb, lo wit- ness tbe maiden match on thc Central Colo new wicket. The match was between Lower Portland and the home team. The day was a beautiful, warm one. At about half-past 10 the Portlandites put in an appearance, consisting of half-a d^zen vehicle loads und about a dozen horsemen, besides some who journeyed up in boats. The Colo captain won thc toss and chose to bat. Thc wicket was very true, and played well, but some parts of the fielding ground were a bit rougb. With a little work, however, it would be as nice a little cricket ground as there is in thc district. Mr. J. Brown had charge of the refreshment stall, and sold a large number of summer drinks and bananas. At about eleven o'clock, Colo started to bat, and were dismissed for 62. The Lower Portland team then went in and knocked up 109. The Coloites, being 56 runs behind, went in again, but failed to score more...

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ST. ALBANS v. LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

ST. ALBANS v. LOWES PORTLAND. The return match, Lower Portland v. St. Albans, was played on the formers wicket on Saturday week last, Lower Portland winning rather easily byan innings aud 25 runs. Following are the scores : ST. AI.B4N6.-First Innings. A. Jurd, c, b W. Mitchell. 2 W. Douglass, e, b J. W. Mitchell. 1 J. Daniels c, b \V. Mitchell .18 A. Thompson, b J. W. Mitchell. 1 A. Phillips, st., b VV. Mitchell . 3 H. Smith, b J. W. Mitehell . 1 1 E. Walker, c, 1: J. W. Mitchell . 2 ' B. Chapman, c, b W. Mitchell . 5 ' A. Douglass, c, b J. W. Mitchell. 2 > N. Mitchell, not out ... ... ... O : V. Fleming, c, b W. Mitchell . 1 Sundries.4 Total .40 R ST. ALBANS.-Second Innings, A. Thompson, c, b IV. Mitchell. 4 N. Mitchell, b W. Mitchell . 0 W. Douglass, run out ._ 2 * A. Phillips, c, b W. Mitchell . 7 B. Chapman, c, b J. W. Mitchell. 0 ' J. Daniels, c, b W. Mitchell . 0 ? H. Smith, c, b W. Mitchell . 2 1 A. Jurd, b J. Lect. 3 6 E. Walters, b J. W. Mitchell . 1 f V. Fleming, c, b W...

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GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

GENERAL MEETING. The general meeting waa held im- mediately after the committee meeting. Mr. McCauley reported that he and the president had attended the Pro- gress Association's Union held in Sydney recently, and explained at length what had been done. The matter of urging the establishment of Tocal government was one of the principal matters discussed by the Union. Mr. Johnston spoke in regard to the question of Crown lands being put aside for revenue purposes under local government, and cited the Pitt Town Labor Farm aa a suitable reserve. As far as he could see it was an advantage to belong to the Union, as they came into contact with other people, and gained ideas as to what would be advantageous to the town. They would have an opportunity at next meeting of giving notice of any motion emanating from this Associa- tion, and what they considered would be an advantage to them. wen put fn tbe loria of a motk>o aba., discussed. The Chairman, ip supporting it, said these were som...

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Hawkesbury [?] WINDSOR CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

The usual laoïJihîf oopimittee «od general meetings of the above were held at the School of Arts on Monday evening last. Mr. J. B. Johnston (President) occupied the chair. The committee meeting waa held prior to the general meeting, and there were present:-Bev. A. Dandle and Messrs. J. B. Brown, Qt. McCauley, G. D. Wood, Ö. H. Wood, F. Stubbs, J. T. Sheehan, W. C. Barber, A. D. Fowler, C Chester, F. Campbell, and F. W. Collison. COBBEBPONDENCE. From the Blackheath Progress As- sociation, asking for the co-operatioi of the Association in trying to secure the establishment of local government and enclosing copy of petitions pro- posed to b« presented to the Govern- ment regarding the eame, and alec asking that a public meeting be called to discuss the matter. Moved by Mr-Fitzpatrick, and se- conded by Bev. A. Pandie, " That thc letter be received." Carried. The Rev. A. Dandis said there coule be no objection to calling a pu'tlu meeting for this purpose, as the; would have the public a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

H. Ei. S.iDYER. HAVING purchased the WHOLE STOCK of W. F. SWEETSER, Rich- mond, DRAPERY \ AND MEN'S MERCERY, intends to Sell Everytliing^ -ATr Iii Per Gei|t BELOW COSI PRICE. HURRY ALONG -AND Secure the bargains. If not in need of Goods at Present it will PAY YOU to' BUY NOW and put by until such tinke aa you require them. ; A Few of Our Lines: White Calico, Horrioks's Al 4/3 doz Unbleached Calico, good, 3/3 doz Sheetings, 68in. twillj lOd yard Unbleached Sheeting^, 8d yard Flannelette, all colors, 4d yard Flannelette Blousing*, newest designs, 9d yard j Table Damask, ls yard Cashmeres, all the newest shades, 1/4J yard Cotsets from 2/9 Hosiery at Reduced Prices Ladies' Rainproofs, 8/11 ; cost 16/6 Ladies' Straw Hats, 6d ; cost 2/11 6 only, Ladies' Boas, 10/6 ;' cost £1 1/ Ladies' and Children's Trimmed Hats, Choice Collection Ladies' Black Skirts, 10/6 Ladies' Underskirts 2/11 Ladies' Underclothing, ALL BELOW COST PRICE - Ml other lines -AT Ghreatly . . . Reduced . . . Prices. Come ...

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FAREWELLS TO MR. VALDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

FAREWELLS TO MR. VALDER. The residents of the district are i tendering a banquet to Mr. G. Valder, J.P., late Principal of the H. A. College, at the Richmond, School of Arts to-morrow evening (Friday). On Tuesday evening the ! staff of the College are also tender- ing a farewell to their late chief, ^he latter will be held at the Royal W. Mr. C. F. Riemenschneider IK «in entrusted with the catering for i. functions.

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RETURNING FROM THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

RETURNING FROM THE WAR. Troopers Harry and George Mor- timer, sons of Mr. Harry Mortimer, of March-street, left Capetown on Thursday (to-day) for home by the Aurania. They hare seen thirteen months servicie on the veldt, and have proved themselves worthy sons of the Empire. We are pleased to know they have escaped injury* and their many Richmond friends will be glad to welcome them home àgain.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. On Monday last, pursuant to notice, a meeting of ratepayers was held at the Council Chambers, for the pur- pose of electing an alderman to fill the extraordinary vacaucy caused by the resignation of Alderman G. Bailey. There was an unusually large attendance, and evidently some fun was expected. The Mayor read the nominations of Thomas Biddie, Arthur A Johnson, and Henry Leavers, and the withdrawals of the two former. He then declared Henry Leavers duly elected, and handing the usual notification to the success- ful candidate, abruptly closed the proceedings. Lancers. A meeting of the School of Arta committee takes place on Tuesday evening next. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Charley leave for England on May 13th, to attend the coronation. Mr. E. Marlin's tender of £19/10/ has been accepted for the new judges' pavilion on the Hawkesbury racecourse. Two publican's booths for the H.D.A.A. Show will be sold on the show ground on Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. Mr. H. Turner, of the...

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THE ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

THE ARCHBISHOP'S VISIT. 0 Archbishop Kelly *s making his diocesan visit to Richmond, and will arrive this Thursday by the evening train. He will preach morning and evening at the Forty Hours' service, which starts on Friday morning at 9 a.m., and continues on Friday evening, Saturday morning and evening, and closes at 10 o'clock Mass on Sunday. His" Grace will administer confirmation at Kurra- jong on Saturday morning, and at St. Monica's, Richmond, at 3.30 p.m. On Sunday night the parish- ioners will dine with the Archbishop in the Convent schoolroom.

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MR. KIRWAN'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

MR. KIRWAN'S DEPARTURE. < It eau be safely stated that we are to lose Mr. M. E. Kirwan, our local Roads Superintendent, and although these changes must take place, it is to be regretted, as, under Mr. Kir- wan'a charge, the roads in the whole district have been thoroughly looked after, and he is familiar with every inch of the road from one end of the Hawkesbury to the other. However, he is gaining a big promotion by being appointed to Quirindi, and will there have a wider sphere to continue his usefulness both to that district and the State generally.

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