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Tho State Premiers of the Show. A LITTLE SPEECH FROM EACH. ALL SORRY ABOUT THE DROUGHT PATRICOTIC OUTBURSTS EACH THINKS THERE'S NO STATE LIKE HIS. MR. PEACOCK'S LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Tho «tola JProroior« ot the Show. A. LITTLE SPEECH FROM EACH. ALI, SOBBT ABOTJI THE DROUGHT. PATRIOTIC OUTBURSTS EACH THINKS TSEBE'S WO STATE LIKE . Hrs. MR. PEACOCK'S LAUGH. It was a unique thing to get all the State Premiers to a show ; and the Hawkesbury thus scored well. It looked doubtful, when the Premiers' Conference came to clash with our show, whether, after all, Mr. See would be able to keep hie appoint ment lo come and do the official open ing. Mr. See was presiding over the all-important deliberations, and the time of his brother Premiers was limited. But Mr. Brinsley Hall-the irrepressible local member-was equal to the occasion. He made a sugges tion to Mr. See. " Come-the whole lot of you," said Mr. Hall, in effect, " and spend fln hour at our show ; more, if you can manage it, but we would be glad to have you even for only an hour; and"-he added by way of a clincher-" you can confer away going to and fro in the train !" So they came ; came to spend an hour, and we kep...

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Public Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Public Sympathy. On page 6 will be found a shorthand re- port of the defamation case heard at the District Court, in which a lot of public interest was manifested. General sympathy has been expressed for the defendant, Con- stable Copas ; and almost immediately after the verdict was given a movement was set on foot to collect a sum of money to assist the constable. A considerable sum has already been advanced. The general feeling is that the duties of the police are not always of the most pleasant nature, and that when an officer is found willing to do his duty, it is hard that he should have to suffer for perhaps making a remark without the intention of hurting any one. It is safe to say that the constable has not suffered in the eyes of the public through the unfortu- nate incident. A letter has been signed by a number of magistrates and leading resi- dents expressing their good will to the constable, and a hope that his zeal in pre- serving the peace and good order of the town wi...

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THE SHOW. ITS CONCLUSION. A FINANCIAL SUCCESS. SATURDAY'S ATTRACTIONS. A LAST-DAY RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

A FINANCIAL flrjOOBSS, SATURDAY 8 ATTRACTIONS. A LA8T-DAY B^OOBD The 23rd Annual Show of the BLD. A. A. has come and gone! Another successful fupotion oan be placed on record with all the previous ones held under the auspices of the Association, for the ¿3rd, although counteracted by a severe drought, was a financial success, and aleo successful from eviry other point of view. The following tigures, kindly supplied to ! us by the treasurer, Mr. E. H. Street, will ba interesting to our readers. The total takings at the gate for the three days amounted to £280 4s 3d. Last year the takings were £386 ls 7d, and in 1890, £347 17s lld. The takings for the first day this year were £20 6s 6d, as against £23 Os 9d last year ; the second day £168 5s, as against £222 2s; and the last day £91 Us 9d, as against £80 18s lOd, which shows that although the two first days were slightly behind last show, the last day's takings established a record Saturday has always been looked forward to as a clear...

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

JAMES HULL, SADDXiXIXt, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return his Sincere Thanks to his Bichmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favori at such incon venience to themselves by coming to Wind sor, and has much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPENED Á SHOP in RICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to date in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PRICES THAT WILL DEPT COM PETITION. HOfiSE BUGS, Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit, SPECIAL LINES in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. CALL AND INSPECT. raia. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Gröps. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIELET & CO., 81 PITT - STßE ET, S^D XSTE"Z". WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents, PINKSTONE & COLLISON, BEG to announce to the Residents of the Hawkesbury District that it is their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose of Property in any part of the Hawkes...

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. III. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

A Trip to Jlew Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TRALASIA.. [By Rev. S. G. Fielding, author of " The Southern Light," " Down to the Sea in Ships," etc.] III. On the following Monday I started for New Plymouth by the Takapura, a Union boat, which left the On chunga wharf shortly after six o'clock. It was blowing nearly a gale of wind from the west, with driving rain squalls, so that I saw very little of the beauties of Manakau harbour. To the right rise the dim outline of rugged mountain peaks wreathed about with flying vapours ; to' the left Btretched an expanse of foam-flecked sea. The gale was right in1 our teeth; but the bay being land-locked, the water was compara tively smooth. AB we neared the heads the sky cleared for a few min utes, in the west ; and the setting sun looked out from beneath the rolling vapours like an angry blood shot eye. M ighty cliffs rose abruptly on each side of us, on,the basis of which the foam lay like lineB of carded wool. A man was lashed in the fore-c...

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

Teeth OD Vulcanite, 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 FREE. TEE DRUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. (Joley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. WALKER, Commissioner for Affidavits. ROBERT BRUCE ...

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SHEEP DOG TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

: SHEEP DOG TRIAL. Maiden Bröthen* Needle 1, Darkie 2 Full report of State Premien' flow of talk OB page 3. tliii Ánar. nodsvon tbjD special prlw of 3 ginneaV worth of manure, prorated by Messrs. O. Shirley and üo. for tb« most .uooewf al exhibitor in the vege table section. Overheard at the 8how (two visitors from the city)-No. 1 : " Rattling good dinners to be got up here ! " No. 2 : " Better thin vou get on the Sydney show ground." ''Yt*,NBS much as you like, snd all good stuff." This speaks well for the tocal caterers. Mrs. J. O. Horn,"of Bichmond, again made a big hit with her oil paiutings. She secured seven firsts, and four seconds, almost getting the possible. The judge, Mr. Leist, was greatly struck with Mrs. Horn's pic tures, and was heard to remark that he intended asking her to exhibit ai the next Art Society's show in Sydney. Mrs. Horn's pictures are all original, and the judge's remarks were a very high compliment to her as an artist. Before next show the committee of ...

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Interpleader Case. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Interpleader Case. W. Mortley v. Edward Wood. In terpleader claimants, F. H. Wood, Richard Parry, and Sarah Jane Parry. A judgment had been recovered by W. Mortley against Edward Wood for £40 and costs at the last District Court for horse feed, etc. On execu tion being issued the goods were claimed as follows: By F. H. Wood, one brown horse. Mrs. Parry, one piebald horse and one grey horse. Richard Parry, one sociable, one 'bu« (called "Secret"), one double bfiggy, one single imggy.jand three" seps of harness. Mr. J. J. Paine appeared for W. Mortley, the execution' creditor, and Messrs. H. Levien and E. Campbell for the claimants. Frederick H. Wood was the first to go into the box. He stated that tis father had no claim on the brown horse. By Mr. Paine : There was a sign board up in his name as coach pro prietor. It was over a year ago since he came of age. He pleaded, when the case came on at last court, that he was an infant. He had his name on the coaches for a number of years. H...

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Defamation Case. CHASELING v. COPAS. £100 DAMAGES CLAIMED. VERDICTFOR £15. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Defamation Case. CHASELING v. COPAS. £100 DAMAGE? CLAIMED. VERDICTFOR £15. James Charling v. George Copas, damages £100, for that he did, on 27th April, falsely and maliciously .«peak of plaintiff that he was the ringleader of a gambling gang. Mr. H. Levien, Sydney (instructed by Mr. R. B. W alker), for plaintiff ; Mr. J. J. Paine for defendant. Plea, not guilty ; grounds of de fence, that whatever words were used on the occasion referred to amounted to a communication bona fide made by the defendant in the execution of, and in reference to, his duty as a constable of police. Mr. Levien, before the case wae pro ceeded with, said if defendant would, even at that late stage, apologise and pay costs, bis client was quite willing to accept it. Mr. Taine Baid they were not pre pared to do so. Mr. Walker Btarted to read the par ticulars, but liiB Honor said he had perused same. Mr. Walker then stated the case, going into the various details. His client had been carrying on business as a d...

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Correspondents Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

Correspondents Wanted. The "Herald" wants to get correspon dents dotted over the whole face of the Hawkesbury, in order to raak j a special fi ature of its district news. Volunteers as regular contributors arc requested to send in their names for enrolment; at the same time, we will always be pleased to get Fjiecial "copy" from anyone who has the public spirit to write up bis OT her part of the district. All secretaries of clubs and institutions are respectfully requested to notify us of approaching meetings so that we may send a representative or arrange for a report. When a " Herald " man is not presant, we want the secretary to be a "¿pecial reporter"-every time By-the bye, one side of the paper only 1 And let ns have MSS. as early as possible.

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. [BY J. R. MITCHELL.] III. NAGASAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

A Trip to tlie Laíiú of ilje Hising Sun. [B* 3, B, MITCHELL.] "ÍÍT NAGASAKI. Nothing could afford more ex treme contrast to, and better prepar ation for realizing and enjoying the unique charm of Japan, than to come to it from China. After those neglected and unfragrant shores, all Japan seems fairyland-an ideal, adorable place of picturesqueness and cleanliness - where beauty, order, and the charm of a cheerful people surround one. From the visitor's first view everything is opposed to the lands he has left behind him; and the jagged hills, green to their very summit, seem all a piece of landscape gardening. Nagasaki is a long fiord of a harbour, and ranks with the harbour of Syd ney as one of the most beautiful in the world. A fleet of European men-o'-war are always at their an chorage ground, and their bells, bugles, and saluting guns keep the harbour busy with echoes. Quaint junks cling to the shores, and their lantern masts at night make pretty illumination, that seems delibera...

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

TMBLYou &t«>a»v«Drat^ ; JQi the Port Office ind Safiwar Station, ADJUdHBLE CAPH off LadyVi 1'HWP Mtwlotwh. Reward on returning to MISS P. J. HULBERT, Newtown. TOJ-ET. Right Out or on Halves. Çk ACRES CHOICE FARM at UPPER j RICHMOND. GUEST & SKUTHORP, Agents. TO PAINTERS & CONTRACTORS. TENDE BS will be received on or before noon on bATUB DAY, 24th MAY, 1902, for PAINTING 4 VAULTS in the Church of England Cemetery, Windsor. For farther particulars, apply to WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. ROYAL . . HOTEL, WINDSOR. THB REOOC3-25TISE3D HOKE OF . . _ TOURISTS . , . FITZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. J. H. EAGLES- Proprletor. OENTRALLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Kept. Appointed Reception House to +be N. S. WaleB League of Wheelmen. Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Beers : in stock. BEST BILLIARD ROOM IN TOWN. Leakuj GROCER .C . IS . . WILL MOSES, Junr. Georg...

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Oursalves. WHAT BROTHER CHIPS THINK OF US. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 23 May 1902

The »? Bftwkoitury Herald" }i the eupbo-' utous title of a ce* weekly {«per published at IVind-or £Vif8.W.). The conductors,*« iklessre.. F. Collison an l W,.,H. Pinkstone (son of tue' editor of the Cootamundra Herald Mr. W. H, Pinkstone seems to have been engaged Sn ptens work since he out his first tooth j he has been *? printer's devil " and editor, and should be just the man t> make a success of journalism in a country district. The new joiiin.il ÍB cert inly a credit to the proprietors, contains à gre.it deal of well seUclcd matter, and is splendid* ly printed and artistically g A. up. What is of mow vital CLDBtquence, from the vulgar manages ul if not from the editorial stand point, there is a very promising show of ad vertisements. If thc " Herald " is appreci ated as it deserves to be the venture ought to succeed.-"Albury Daily Newt." j Wc are pleased to receive the " Hawkes bury Herald," which compilées six demy j pages of interesting river district and general news. The...

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Poultry Notes. CRITICISM ON THE SHOW EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

(By James Hull.) In th~e firH placelét me congratulate the committee fur at i last allowing jomoion .sense to prevail in numbering the pens-up and <lown instead of the lld awkward fas'ti-m of rotation. The thank8 of the^axhibitors and the public alike are due to those who wet* instrumental in bringing this about ; and I trust by next show time the schedule will be revised ana ro modelled, as it sadly needs to be. I have no fault to find with the liber ality of the prize money. In fact, I think it too liberal in classification ; also in allowing members free en'ry, as I see a great deal of abuse prac tised. I would allow entry up to the amount of members' fee, one entry in eich class only, as I noticed a lot of empty pons, whilst the society were put to a lot of trouble altering coups to try and cope with the big entry. C will here offer a suggestion whereby a lot of room ein be made. I should strike out the pigeon section al together, and give a prize for a col lection of...

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LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

I LOWER PORTLAND. I i - The Lower Portland Methodist people held a social on Friday evening last, 23rd instant. Tkpir pretty church was well filled, and a very good pro gramme was rendered during the evening. The Sackville Reach choir journeyed down to assist the Lower Portland friends, and had a very en joyable outing. At the conclusion of the programme light refreshments were handed round. The proceeds amounted to nearly £5. Following was the programme:-Chorus, Port land choir ; address, Eev. James Colwell; recitation, Master Smart; chorus. Sackville choir ; solo, Miss M. Herps ; recitation, Mrs. Chaseling ; chorus, Lower Portland choir ; EOIO, Mi?6 Daisy Jones ; recitation, Miss P. j KaiseT ; solo. Mr. Leslie Law ; reeita ' tion, Miss M. Turnbull ; solo. Miss Riding ; solo, Mr. C. Herps ; solo, j Rev. Jas. Colwell ; solo, Mrs. Chase ling ; duet and chorus, members of Sackville choir; solo, Miss Law; recitation, Mr. Lloyd Turnbull; graphophone selections, Mr. Booth ; solo, Mr. Boo...

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Wooster's Manures. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

Wooster's Manures. Àt the recent show, for the first time, an exhibit of manures and fer tilizers from Hr. A. Wooster's mills, Epping, N. S. Wales, proved au BttraPtivA ema tn lui* famwr. »nd T «fe*, &o,, wer* introdu wä intolbetdl8- \ irict, especmlly on tbe Kurrajong sídé, ¡ where the orchardists have used them ! with satisfactory results. Mr. McLeod visits , the district periodically, and assured our reporter that there were splendid prospects ahead, Many of the big orchardists at Kurrajong, who j have, during, the past year or two. gone in extensively for pea cultivation, swear by these manures, and attribute much of ' their success tr tH|m. In 1 the eastern districts, to which Mr. i Wooster's attention has, up to the present, been principally devoted, the bone and. animal product fertilizers are used with convincing results, and, during the past year, a great business has been worked up in New Zealand. The No. 0 manure, which is specially valuable for peas and turnips, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

SPEOIAIi VALUES! White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-ineh, at 10¿d and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. ? ? mu Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .GEOEG-E - STREET. GRIMWOOD^ -Sw,Dress Goods. All Wool Serges, double width at 9d. yard. Double width Tweeds, G ol Wear, 10£d. Black Silk Lustres, double width, at le, ls 3d, ls 6d. and 1/11. m te; Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8s lld, 10s 6d, ps ?d, 15s. _._' t ' '_ Single Blankets; white, at 3s lld. :¡ Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. » j pecial Banges Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Cjiöths, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and .Tweeds. Black and Navy Ripley Sarges, from ls 3d to 3s 6d|^ PINK AND CREAM * * FLANNELETTES, 34 inch at 4£d yard, T - at mmwwp's. Special Value. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, is lld, Ss lld. GRIMWOOD^ - FOE - Men's Macintoshes, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. .Black Silk Figured Voiles, ia 7 ry ard lengths. i j French Figured Dr...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, MAY 30, [?] THINGS POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

W'NDSOK, KRIDAY, MAY HO. 190^ THINGS POLITICAL. The State Parliament, after a recess of over five months, is once again in session, and now members have the opportunity restored to them of ventilating their own and their constituents' grievances. To all appearances, Ministers dwell amidst scenes that are brightest, or, to use a more homely but expressive pli rase, stand on velvet. Appear ances are said in this instance, how ever, to lie delusive, and those well versed in politics assert with great confidence that there are breakers ahead for the See Administration, and that they will he encountered sooner than most people realise as at all possible. The reform move ment, which is so strongly sup ported in the metropolis, the sub nrl)8, and the country, is far from being distasteful to the Premier, although he has no intention what ever of putting any genuine or straightforward step to reduce the number of Members of the Assembly, or to curtail the power of nomina tion to the Legisla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

LOST, Gold Brooch, between Poet-office «nd Pye'aPhtfinacy. Seward &. A« Py^

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. SIMULTANEOUS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. SIMULTANEOUS MIÏSION. On Monday evening last a meeting of tie Windsor Centre of the Hawkesbury Simul taneous Mission was held in the Church of England Pchool Hall, when representatives from the various Protest int churches in town were present; also thc Rev. J, Howell-Price (chairman of the Central Committee) and the Rev. J. J. F. L. Fergusson. After several addresses had been delivered, it WSB resolved to carry out such arrangements as would be most likely to contribute to the success of tbe mifsion. When workers were called for alrrn t evrryone in the roora promised to assist. It was intimated that the missioners for Windsor wonld be the Rev. J. W. Gillett, of Paddington, aud the Rev. Mr. Beck, of Marrickville. A meeting of the workers was held in the Presbyterian Church on Wednts day afternoon, when the town wai divided into districts, lt was arranccd that each district sl.ould have tivo visitors assigned to it, and that they call npon the various families, and...

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