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HUNTERS' CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

HUNTERS' CONTEST. First prize, £20; 2nd, £5. For horses carrying not less than 12 stone weight. Following are the results : E. Ketne's Venture. 1 J. Phillipa's Camden. 2 H. D. Morton's Desmond ... 3 D. G. Peele's Quondong J. English's Victory W. Boots's Hamlet H. D. Morton's Dick W. Larkin's Butcher Boy W. J. Elliot's Archie ll G. À. Terry's Larry R. G. Burn's Gladys Martin Brothers' Ettrick M. Fitzsimmons's Dick Turpin N. C. B. Cox's Zephyr P. A. Quirk's Undaunted Martin Brothers' Vengeance . t.

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THE DRAG HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

5 THE DRAG HUNT. "The heat event of the show," waa the verdict of scores of people who witnessed the Drag Hunt 01 Saturday last. It was something new, and proved a big attraction for the last day of the show, as the attendance on that particular day was a record. Seventeen entries were received for the event, the prize for which was a handsome 13-guinea tewing machine, donated by Messrs. Beale and Co. A rattling good course had been mapped out by the committee, and from start to finish the race could be seen. Mr. JameB Hynda, on Splasher, laid the trail, and the popular sportsman- Mr. George Terry, on Barney, was in charge of the hounds, 12 couples in number, with W. Mason as whip. The course lay along the centre of the showground, over stiff fences into the bush paddock, and across into the Glebe paddock, back into the ground crowd . Venture (W. Watson), Arabie ll (Í. Meredith! Freedom (J. McGee), 'twiggy Too (Mies Fox), Vengeance (Martin), The Grafter (H. Dargin), Merto (N. Hall),...

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JUMPING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

JUMPING/ CONTEST. For ponies not exceeding 18 hands. Prizes, £2 2s and £l ls. Biders under 16 years of age. F. E. Thew's Stella II. 1 O. G:eentre?'s Kruger. 2 J. Hall's Fred E. Boyd's Taffy B. Salli rea's Bessy

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MAIDEN HUNGERS' CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

MAIDEN HUNGERS' CONTEST. For all horses which hare not been awarded first omnoond^príee for any hüntinfr qr iumtajng^ntest ^«t jany ' ehow. Weights/not fess than 16st. prize, £5 5¡p ; 2nd,' £3 3s. 3. McIntosh's Bobin Grey ... 1 ' H. Dargin's Grafter ... ... 2 J. Lawlers Mick 8, Mason's, jan., Riverstone F. Woods' Stranger J. Phillips' Freedom P. A, Quirk's Undaunted C. Briggs' School Lad G. A, Terry's Diana G. A. Terry's Larry T. Calliuan's Monarch J, H. Fitzsimmmons' Dick Turpin

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WINDSOR DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 17. (Before His Honor Judge Backhouse.) Several cases, when called, were reported as settled. Stallion Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

WINDSOR MCTRÎOT COURT. SÀTUBDÀV, MAY 17. (Before HU Honor Judge Backhouse). Several cases, when called, were re ported as settled. * Stallion Cases. Matthew Waters v. Albert Inall, claim £12 for stallion services. Mr. E. B. Walker for plaintiff, Mr. J. J. Paine for defendant. Ground of defence-tender of £5, paid into court, in full satisfaction, not indebted as to the balance. Plaintiff was the owner of the stal lion, Lord Byron. The contract be tween him and Inall was for four mares for £10, made in September, 1899. The ordinary charge was £3 per mare, with a reduction for four. One Pearson was present when the contract was made. At this stage his Honor said he would have to reduce the claim to £10. By Mr. Paine : Witness only casu ally met defendant when the contract was made« The previous year he did four mares for the value of £7 ; and in the year previous to that £6 for three mares. They had had a bit of a row. Defendant's attorney endeavoured to prove that plaintiff had been t...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

MARKETS. i " * ' At the Redfern auction sales yesterday I good demand was noted for chaff, lucerne, and oaten hay, which were firmer, if any* thing, while oats, pollard, and preserving melons, were neglected. Extremely small supplies of chaff were foward, for which bid ding waB animated, A consignment of coarse cut, prime green samples commanded 6s 2d, while medium qualities brought 6s 2d. Bran, ls 3}d to ls 3Jd. Pollard, le 8Jd per bushel. Oats, prime seed, 3s 6d to 3s 7d prime white feed, 3s id ; Algerian, prime 3s dd per bushel. Maize, prime river sam ples, ls iud ; other varieties, 4s i»d bushel. At the metropolitan fruit markets a fair amount of trade was reported at priees'show ing no material alteration. Quotations were as follow '.-Tomatoes 2s, choice colored 3s Cd to 5s half-case. Jam melons 2s to 6B per J doz. Oranges Cs to 12s per case. Passion ' fruit 4s to 12s per case, 6s to 6s 6d half-case. Mandarins 2s Cd to Cs half-case. Lemons 2s 6d to 9s gin case. Persimmons ls 6d...

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Church Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Church Meeting. A meeting of the Vineyards Church committee was held in the Church on Tuesday night last, when there were present : Messrs. J. Gray, C. J. Fors berg, B. Strachan, Jones, Forster, Farrell, A. Blacket, and N. A. Blacket (secretary). Mr. A. Blacket occupied the chair. The following resolutions were carried :-" That ser vices be held weekly, the Bev. S. G. Fielding and Messrs. Simons, Barnett, and Blacket (lay readers) taking the services in turn ; when five Sundays occur in the month Mr. Fielding to take the fifth, or make due arrange ment." " That new prayer-books be purchased for the Church." "That the secretary write to Mrs. Blacket, the late organist, thanking her for services rendered the Church in that capacity during the past five years, often at great inconvenience to her self." " That Miss Boyd, of Windsor, be asked to take up the duties of organist for the Church and school." Mr. ForsBberg very kindly gave in structions to Mr. Farrell to renovate the interior ...

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THE VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Mr. A, White li better after hie long spell of illness. - i v , The Ber. S. G. Fielding preached to a large congregation at the Vine yards on Sunday last. A special service for rain will be held at the Vineyards at 3.80 p.m. on Sunday. The Kev. S. G. Fielding will preach. We are heartily glad to have our popular postmistress home again, and trust she has quite recovered from her recent illn^s. / j Things are dryer than ever. We came across a crack in the ground 40 yards long, 3 feet deep, and from one to three inches wide. We don't want any earthquakes down this way It is a pity we cannot have an im provement in our postal arrangements. We now have three mails per week, and letters posted on one mail day do not leave for two days after. The mail leaves at 10 a m., getting to Riverstone just in time to be too late for the Windsor mail.

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Church Services. SUNDAY, MAY 25. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

j Church Services. BUN DAT, MAY 25, i CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. Windsor, 8t. Matthew's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. ? Bev. S. G. Fielding. Richmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., St. Paul's, Agnes Banks 3, Rev. J. Howell Price, Rural Doan. Riverstone, St. Paul's, 10 a.m. Bev. G. Manning. The Vineyards, 2.30 p.m. (Sunday School), 3.30 p.m. (special service for rain), Bev. S. G. Fielding. Provisional District of St. Albans-Higher McDonald ll, Upper McDonald 2.10, St. AlbanB 7, Rev. W. H. W. Rogers. Wise man's Ferry 3, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROUAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass 8 a.m., Riverstone 10 a.m. Rev. B. McDonnell. St. Monica's, Ricummd, Mass 10 a.m., Rosary and Benediction 7,30 p.m. Rev. M. B. O'Brien. > METHODIST. Leet'sVale ll, Lower Portland 2.30, Sack ville 7, Bev. Jas. Colwell. Sackville ll, Mr. T. Mitchell. Lower Hawkesbury II and 7, Mr. E. Reckless. Colo 2.30, Mr. H. Walker. St Albans ll, Upper McDonald 2.30, Mr. A. Walker. St. Albans 7, Mr. W. Walker. Aboriginals' Mission ll and 7, Mr. N. Mit...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

SPORTING. Í#1 At Tattersall s Club races held at Band wick on Saturday last, Mr. W. C. Baldwin'« Alfonso ran third in the Flying Handicap, and W. R. Richards' Haze) Lad won Tatter Ball's Stakes of 100 BOTS. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cnre. ls. 6d.* R. A. Pye bas opened a splendid assort ment of tissue paper, all colours, Cd per dozen.' Diversified farming don't mean that every farmer shall grow ali sorts of crops, but that each one shall, in the exercise of his best judgment, grow such crops as will bring the best re sults whether they be few or many. There can be no other rule laid down that will suit all cases.

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

MILITARY. The following is the programme of parades and fixtures for the present quarter for the various military corpB in the district HAWKESEUBT SQCADBON OF LANCEES. Richmond and Windsor Half-squadrons assemble at their respective headquarters on the following dates : - Date Parade Arms May 21 Half day Lance only . May ¿4 " Whole day Lance and carbine May 31 Half day Lance and sword Dress for batt day parades, drill order, with plumes. Dress for whole days, service marching order, no plumes ; but haversacks, water bottles, mess tins, and horse feeds j will be carried. Lunch will be provided. Khaki will not be worn until further orders. Members are urged to attend every parade, and thus secure th« efficiency money for year ending 30th June, 1902. Members are warned against being late on parade. " A " WINDSOE COT, 3OD INFTT. ROOT. May 24, Half day parade May 31, Whole day parade Dress : Drill order. "D" RICHMOND COY., 3ED INFTV. RpoT; May 2Í, Whale day May 31, Half day j Dress : Dri...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

r We wé bWng M«it WMtber here, .und the Ferry look« rt ito bett, Searclty of water ier «took i» our worst trouble. Ur, LBW, President of the Master Bakers' Association, and aboot 20 m»Bter bakers, paid their annoal visit to Wiseman's Ferry on Friday hut and bad a right royal time. Mr. Law said he looks forward with great plea sure to his trip to the Ferry. The trip down the river, and the splendid treatment of host Kelly, called forth the highest encomiums from the visitors. The many friends of poor old Dick Cooper will regret to. hear of his removal from Leet's Vale lo Windsor Hospital. We hope to see bim back among us again shortly. Messrs. F. E. Wilshire, P.M.. W. F Linsley, and G. McCauley paid a visit to the Ferry, en route to St. Albans ; they stayed two nights at the Ferry. The Court of Petty Sessions did not delay the P.M. long, there being only one case of obsoene langoage, the offender baing fined 2s 6d. Mrs. Baldwin, of the State School Depart ment, arrived here on Wednes...

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RICHMPND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

MJM Booth, the Militant teacher at the North Richmond Public Fcbool, has been pr«'rooted to the Paddiogtop j Public School, and left here last Wednesday morning. Miss Booth has been teaching here for the past four years, and during that time she made herself useful in many ways. She .has left many friends who regret her departure. Ber sweet voice at local entertainments will be greatly missed. Mr. T. A. Jarrett, of Riverstone, is working up a good connection in the tailoring line at Kurrajong. Rev. R Winter, of O'Connell, preached in St. Philips' Church of England, North Richmond, last Sun day morning. Miss Zara Small, daughter of Mr. 0. J. Small, of North Richmond, is very ill, suffering with pneumonia. We wish her a speedy recovery. The usual weekly meeting of the North Richmond Y.M.M.I. Society lapsed on Monday evening for want of a quorum. Interest in the society seems to be on the down grade, and more's the pity, as it proved very useful. Members should rouse them selves, and n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

We «re Showing for the COMING SEASON FUR NECKLETS, 1/11,2/11,4/11. THE NEWEST SHAPES ia LADIES' JACKETS, 8/11 to 27/6. Macintos1iesi 10/9 to 27/6. CORSETS, 2/11 to U/6. The P.D.. C.B., *ni a11 tbo BEST MAKES in Stoct. The Hawkesbury Show WITHOUT DOUBT IS The Great Event of the Season - FOR THE LADIE3 OF TEE DíáTEICT, who cannot do better than cill on us for their New DRESSES AND MILLINER! Special Line -IN m%@wm® sifts, Double width, 10£d per jard. TRIMMED HATS, CHOICE DESIGNS, 10/6, 15/6, 21/ CALL AND INSPECT. Costume Skirts j for^fjfrdies. 5/11 to27/6\ D. HOLLANIÄ CO. Young Men Who Study ECONOMY and want to get Best Value for their Money should call on D. Soiland & Go., -FOE flats. Shirts, lies, Braces, Snits, IN FACT Everything they may require. MEN'S CARDIGAN JACKETS, from 5/9. Boys* Jerseys. NAVY AND STRIPED, 1/1 li, 2/6, 3/6. Tweed Macintoshes, THE NEWEST SHAPES, Sewn throughout, 25/-. We make Macintoshes TO ORDER, in any shape required from 27/G to 63/ CALL & I...

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Cinderella Social. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Cinderella Social. A grand ball was held in the R. C. School Hall on Friday night last, in aid of the Parochial funds, and was, we are pleased to record, a decided success, fully 70 couples of merry-seekers wending their way thither to participate in the evening's proceedings. Notwithstanding the fact that another function of this kind was being held in town the same evening, this social gathering must be regarded as a very creditable one indeed, and one which reflects great credit on the following com mittee, Rev. B. McDonnell, and Messrs. W. 0. Barker, T. Maguire, and G. McCauley, to whose energetic and untiring efforts the success of the social was mainly due. The hall which had been nicely decor ated for the occasion with bunting, was the work of Mrs. Connell, Miss Maguire, and the Misses Streeter, while the floor which was under the supervision of Mr. J. Ryan, was in excellent order. The duties of M's. C. were left in charge of Messrs. Maguire and J. Ryan, these gentle men perf...

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Riverstone Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

"tytrñiaeetífíg «Mhélooal^rogtfw» AeiiÖo)fttion fttíd luet week, it wa« de* bided that all who could make it con venient >kould form a deputation to wait on the Railway Commissioners, with a view to urge them to grant necessary requirements at the local railway station. Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A., is to make arrangements about the viMt of the deputation, after which another meeting will be called. The commissioners are to be asked to have the points removed below the gates, and to run a loop-line to the meat works, &c.

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DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

DRAUGHTS. We have received the correct solution to Problem No 2 from the following :-C. Pearce, " Dandy," and "Gosher (Bichmond). The solution is :-18-17, ll 5, 18-14, 6 9, 14-5, 21 H, 23-18, 14 10, 6-9, 1 6, 18-14, and black wins. PROBLEM No. 3. By ROBEBT STBWABT (Kirriemuir). _BLACK._ NOTE;-in order to facilitate the solving of problems by amateurs who take an inter est in the game but do not know the numbera of the squares on the board, we give the fol» lowing information :-To number the board J commence with No. 1 on the same side of I the board as the bla:k men, and on the i player's right, and read from right to left in each row up to 32.

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Bushranging 51 Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Bushranging 51 Years Ago. April29.-rFromtbe " Hue and cry." -Six armed men, masked, stuck up, 20 miles from Mudgee, a dray belonging to Mr, Fitzgerald, of Windsor, in charge of John Jones, and took a bale I of blunkett, slops, two saddles, seven bridles, tobacco, tea, sugar, gun, &c. I M r. William Bunney, bf Breadalbane, I Goulburn, reports having had two horses, six Baddies, and other property stolen by two robbers. One rode a a dark grey horse, and the other a bay with a docked tail On the 22nd instant two men, mounted and armed, with their fae s covered, stuck up some teams about twelve miles from Goul burn, the teams being haded with goods from Yass and Burrowa- ' The robbers ordered the men to give up possession of their property or take the contents of their pistols. They took a quantity of articles, which they put on two of the horses belong ing to the tcam% and made off. Several robberies of tools from the building in process of erection of the site of the Old Barra...

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Show Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

One of tho biggest gatherings men in Windsor for a long time was the show ball held In Mr. J. O'Brien's Union ball on Friday night last. Fully HO couples assembled to do honor to the occasion, and they came from near and far. Mr. O'Brien had the hall in perfect order. The decorations, which had taken him several days to arrange, were a sight to see. Palms from Kurrajong were handsomely ar ranged round the room, which with the many colors of the bunting, flags, and tri-colored paper, to say nothing of the joyful faces of the fair damsels assembled, made the scene a brilliant one. The com mittee, consisting of Messrs. L. Paull, J.. O'Brien, A. Travis, A. Ford, J. Carey, H. Mottram, and F. Wood gate, did all that was possible for the enjoyment of all present, and are to be complimented for the ! manner they attended every detail, aud brought the function to its great success. The floor was in perfect ! trim, and improved as the mazy whirl proceeded. The music sup plied by the Bavarian ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

A Torpid Liver AND ITS USUAL SYMPTOMS, PALPITATION, DYSPEPSIA, BACKACHE, &c Another Remarkable Cure The Case of W|r. C. KERR. {FOR THE " LEICHHARDT STANDARD,") There are certain malters in which the interests of city and suburban residen1 s are intimately bound np together, and these include 6uch as Mr. George Kerr recently spoke about when interrogated by our re porter. '* We are all brought to the same level when sickness falls upon us," said Mr. Kerr, when seen at 101 Foster-etro't, Leichhardt, where ho has been living for the pa^t six teen years. " Whether we are rich or poor, the jnisery is exportait' pd.just the same. I know that three years ngo I could not have been more wretched if 1 hadn't had a penny to blecs myself with, and all because some thing had gone wrong, A heavy sleepy fee ing made me in such a state that half-an hour after getting up I wanted to go back to bed again, although to do so was useless, as I could not sleep when I got there. Restless nights co...

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