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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
MARKETS. In the produce markets, the near approach of the end of the month had the effect of re striding business, as far as retail buyers were coiieemed. Forage lines were in brisk demand, record prices being obtained at auction for chaff and lucerne. Bran was firmer, while pollard showed a disDosition bi ease. The maits market was steady, at un altered rates. Oats continued to more freely, without change, as did barley. Peas have been largely bought for starving stock feed. Under the hammer lucerne was placed at the record price of £8 13s 4d. Oaten hay bad good attention at unaltered quotations. Onions were becoming scarce, and better values ruled. No improvement in thu demand for nntntoes waa rennrbvl. _ _-gravira new rcpulXeO. Very few turnips were available, and salea were noted at firmer prices. The following prices were realised : Bran, Is 3Jd. Pollard, ls 3¿d to ls 3¿d. Maize, prime, 4s 10d_ Oats, prime seed, 3s 6d to 38 7d. Peas, prime bine, 7a; grey, 4s 8d. Luceme, prime s...
Cricket. LOWER PORTLAND v. COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
Cricket. LOWER PORTLAND COLO. Tbc return match between Lower Port land and Colo cricket clubs was played on the farmer'« ground, and resulted in an easy win fur the former by 141 runs. The Lower PortJanders decided beforehand that owing to the lateness of the season for playing cricket, they would make this matoh the last for the present. The Lower Portlacd Pricket Clnb has played six matches and wpn fire, which ii not too bad for a lot of co}ts. Following are the scores : LOWSB POBTLAND-First Innings. Ü. W. Mitchell, b M. Woodbury ... 24 W. Mitchell, b M. Woodbury. 0 T. Mitchell, ron out . 1 F. Mitclell, b M. Woodbury ., ... 0 A. Watkins, b M. Woodbury . 9 $. Herps, b M. Woodbury . 2 Jp. Mitchell, b Hulbert . ll G. Law, b M. Woodbury . O 0. Mitchell, b M. Woodbury . 0 U. Lowe, not out. . 1 J,Lee, b Hulbert.. ... ... 7 Sundries. 7 Total. 61 COLO-First Innings. W. Woodbury, c, b J. W. Mitchell ... 8 M. Woodbury, run out. 4 J. Pen ton, b W. Mitchell . 1 B, Metherell, b J. W. Mitchell....
A LAUNCH PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
A LAUNCH PICNIC. On Saturday night last a party of local young mon boarded the steam launch Muguet at Fitzroy bridge cn route for Colo. Every thing went right till the month of the ccek was nached, when the boat ran aground, and there she had to stay till thc tide rose next morning. S.inlay was then put in with excursions up an 1 down thc creek, and the " boys " put in a good time.
Ourselves. WHAT BROTHER CHIPS THINK OF US A FRESH BATCH OF COMPLIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
WBAT.BROnittB CHIP3 THÍNK OF 08 A FBB8H BATCH OF OOÍÍPf41IBNT8. Without «goU&lt;m we cnn say that few new journals bsve been accorded such a nnmber of pre* notice« as the " Hawkesbury Her ald." We must do our best to attain what they nil wish us. Hera is a batch not previously acknowledged : We have received the two fi et issues of the new Wiudsor paper, the *' Hawkesbury Herald," owned by Messers W. ll. Pinkstone and Co'lisio, the former being aeon of the Cootamundra veteran journalist, Fred Pink* s'one. The new piper has a most attractive heading, and U well set np and printed, lt is brim full of news of a varied kind, and should prove most acceptable to the Windsor folk. We hope it will, at any rate, for a man wants a big heart to start a venture of this ._Dv-(iucB ueserve encouragement. Besides newspaper work, Ur. Pinkstone Í6 a very capable j >b printer, no that in the matter of all-round work the wants of the neighbourhood eboutd be well served by the new firm.-"Mur...
HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
HAWKESBURY I.ACIÏ CLUB. In connection with the Wi ter Rice Meeting, on Saturday Jnly ñ, the following will bc sold on the racecourse at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June &lt;4, the Leger booth two Leger refreshment stalls, the entrance gates, and thc right of printing and selling race books. Mr. Fred Nicholls, of Freemans Reach, exhibited a splendi 1 specimen of oranges at Ur. R. A. Fye's shop this week, of the Mediterranean Sweet, and while Siletta ÀorWfchy medico, Dr. OIUwo, WM«7D» fined to bi« loom for wverai days tots week, bot we aro pleased to eeo him ont and abint again. Hr. J, H. Bloome tock a photo of " A " Windsor Company, 3rd. Infantry Regiment, on Satorday afternoon last. AB usual, every member of the company turned out to a man. Mr. T. Lobb, bas the order for supplying guernseys for the Windsor junior F. C, The color is white. The Windsor Grammrt School Football Clnb defeated the Windsor ¿oven in the park on Wednesday afternoon but by 6 points to 5. Wednesday evening's ma...
We'd Like to See: [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
We'd Like to See : A few inches of rain ! A good proportion of the new loan spent in thiB district. The Kurrajong producers get their railway. An acceptable scheme of local go vernment introduced. A Sunday morning train to Sydney. A billiard table at the School of Arts. Some debates arranged for the winter months. The tennis club revived. Some good football this season.
Tea and Concert at Riverstone. BIG ATTENDANCE. (By our Special.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
BIG ATTENDANCE. (By our Special.) Joseph's Hall was a scene of gae!ty on Wednesday night. It was the occasion of a special eff »it hy the Church of England fold to mise fundB for church extension purposes. This effort took the form-the proverbial one-of a " bunfight" and concert. Both were crowded. As a result it was expected to come out with about £8 to the good. When the doors opened for the tia we walked into a tastefully decorated hall, with half a dozen well provi sioned and inviting tables, assiduously controlled by the following lad iee : No. 1 table, Mrs- Manning and Miss Roberts, assisted by Misses Whitling, E. and S. Roberts, and Mrs. Studdy No 2, Mesdames J. Schofield and Vidier, assisted by Misses Vaughan and Numery. No. 3, Mesdames Syslop and Wheaten, assisted by Miss Wheaton and Mrs. H. Kirwan. No. 4, Mesdames Shearin and Reece, assisted by Misses Shearin, Shirley, and Reece. No. 5, Mesdames Wiggins and Wheeler, assisted by Misses Wheeler and Wiggins. No. 6, Mesdames J...
Hawkesbury District P. A. (Windsor Centre.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
Hawkesbury District P. A. (Windsor Centre.) Tbe usual monthly meeting of the above was held at the School of Arts on Monday evening last. Mr. J. B Johuston, J.P. (president), occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs. A. Hannabus, C. Chester, J. O'Brien, J. B. Brown, J. T. GoBper, C. J. Forssberg, J. Gray, S. H. Wood, G. McCauley, A. 1). Fowler, F. Fitz patrick, W. C. l aiker, T. Hancock, [ F. Campbell, aad F. V . Collison. Owing to the lateness of the hour, the business of the committee meeting w 11 ich was to have been held before the general meeting-was taken as read, and the business of the general uiet-ting then proceeded. Apologies wore received from the Rev. A. Dandie and Mr. G. S. Greenwell j CORRESPONDENCE. ! Several letters were read from Mr. 1 li. Hall, M.L A,, referring to the recent visit of the Railway Commis sioners LOC.II. GOVERNMENT. The secretary intimated that the public meeting, for the purpose of discussing local government, which the association decided...
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") IV. KOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
IB* J. B, MITCHELL} (For the " Herald.") IvT KOBE. The course through the Inlan Sea is well defined at night, numei ons lighthouses illuminating th way. I counted no less than ter everyone a picture in itself, wit; their white sides and building against the backgrounds of ric green. Being within 200 miles c Kobe, we caught a glimpse of a trai leaving for that city, and making il way in and out of the many wine ings of the coast-an interestiu sight, as it was the first train we ha seen in Japan. We passed numerov junks and other craft, but we n&lt; ticed a good many European rriuil built yachts. I believe the Japanec Government impose a tax on the ol lumbersome junk, with a view c replacing them with the more moe ern style, a further evidence of the d&lt; termination of the Japanese Goverr meut to westernise her dominions. We arrived in Kobe on Noven)be 24th, after an extremely pleasati run. I might here mention that Mi Kinematsu, who was returning hom after a course ...
A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. For the "Herald." IV. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TRALASIA.. [By Kev. S. G. Fielding, author of "The Southern Light," "Down . to the Sea in Ships, " etc.] For the " Herald." IV. The Rey. J. T. Evans called ou me during the week, and begged me to preach for him on -the following Sunday. I readily consented, and had the pleasure of ministering to a congregation of about 700 people. St. Mary's ia the oldest and one of the most beautiful churches in New Zealand. There the ladies of the choir wear the cassoe and surplice, with a college cap as a covering for the head. We had a picnic to Mikitati and Paritutu, two volcanic peaks a short distance from the town. This place is very interesting on account of it being the site on which many a bloody battle was fought between the Waikato and Taranaki natives. Mikitati peak served as a fort on which the celebrated Dick Barrett entrenched himself at the head of the Taranaki tribes, and dealt death and destruction upon the Waikatos from a small cannon he had saved from thf w...
The Sunbeam. (For the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
The Sunbeam. (For the Herald.") j 1 descend like a dream Through the skies serene', To herald the blashing dawn ; And the glad sea? emile Their rejoicings, while On the pinions of light I'm borne. I awaken the flowers To greet thc hours, As onward they ceaseless roll ; And the lark Eoars above, Like a winged young love, To receive my warm kiss in his soul. With a downward sweep I descend to the deep, Like a comet with streaming hair ; I startle the shark Where he lies in the dark, And the devil-fuh deep in his lair. I attend on the spring, As my lord sod my king, And the stern winter flees from my spears ; And the snowdrop's pu e head, From its chilly white bed, At my whisper of gladness appears. I pursue Ibe pale muon From Jier silver throne, And the stars, 'neath my fierce glance, die ; The dews flee away, As I lead on the day, In chariots of mist, to the sky. The leaves and the grass Laugh back 'as I pass In thc car of the breezes drawn ; The«rk&lt;-s«i!d lue BtreaoA ' 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1B. Gd.* The second quarterly priée shooting of the Windsor Lancer Bille Club, takes place at the Windsor rifle range tomorrow morning, at 9 a.m. B. A. Pye bas opened a splendid assort ment of tissue paper, all colours, 6d per doten.* For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Wooda* Great Peppermint Cure, ls. 6d.*
Cruelty. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
Cruelty. William Humphries was charged , with cruelly ill-treating a cow, the property of James H. Johnston, of Pitt Town. Mr, Paine appeared for the com plainant, and Mr. B. B, Walker for defendant. James H. Johnston deposed that he was a farmer and grazier residing at Pitt Town ; was the owner of a certain Durham cow running at Maroota before the 13th of this month; she had a calf 4 mouths oid ; found the cow dead on Pitt Town Common on the 18th; examined her, and found she had been ill-treated ; took the hide off the loin?, and found congealed blood ; appeared to bim as if a heavy whip had been used ; saw the cow on the previous Thursday ; she was then in a healthy condition ; valued her at about £6. To Mr. Walker : The land was not fenced in ; knew Humphries' selec tion ; did not know the cattle were on i his property ; the cow did not die of starvation. j Charles Moon, residing at Pitt Town Common, deposed that on Wednesday morning last week, he saw Humphries on the Common ; sa...
Mulgrave and The Vineyards Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
(Mulgrave and The Vineyards Progress Association. ¡ A meering of the above was held oil Wednesday of last week at the resi dence of Mr. A. White. Present Messrs. uT.'Ë. Forssherg, President] (in the chair), A. White, H. Jones/ W. Farrell, B. 8trachan, F. Foster, &lt;D. Honeyman, H. Gosper, and J.Gray. Apologies for non-attendance were read from MeBsrs. A. Blackett and T. Hanoeck. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. A. White said he considered that a rule had been rescinded without proper notice. The Chairman ex plained that notice had been given re the alteration of subscription, and this practically meant rescinding the role referred to. CORRESPONDENCE A letter from the Landa Depart ment was read asking if the parrjes concerned would pay half the cost of the survey of à site for a School of Arts.-It was resolved that the Asso ciation should pay half the cost of sur vey as requested. From the Department of Public Instruction, in reference to whic...
RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
.0»E, #-£^^y')întt^ f p.m. Mr, S, Schofield's handsome black mare broke her leg this week, and had to be killed. A. beautiful black colt belonging to Mr. H. Flowers got down on Mon day, and had to be destroyed. We hear that Mr. Henley's little boy cut himself badly this week whilst playing with a tomahawk. Killing operations started at the meatworks on Sunday morning. The men greatly prefer it to night-work. The tea-meeting held in aid of St. Paul's CE. on Wednesday last was a great success, both financially and otherwise. Almost everywhere one walks horses are to be seen down with starvation. Five either died or had to be killed this week. lt yon want a pair or co niorcaoie mung boots, and a p tir that will see yon through th« winter, give your or JIT to C F. M ottley, who turns out nothing but tlie very best article.* The water-hole in Eastern Creek, where the townspeople water their stock, is getting low. When this supply gives out stock will have to be driven for miles to get wa...
Tennis. SACKVILLE v. FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
Tennis. SACKVILLE T. FREE OAK'S REAOH. A match was played on Saturday last at Sackville, the Freeman's Reach team journeyiig thither by 'bus. The day was beautifully fine, and the outing was enjoyed im mensely. The club's grounds at Sackville are situated in a lovely little nook, with hilfe on three sides and the the river in front. It is an ideal spot for a teinis court, and there is ample roon: for two courts. The Sackville club had everything in readiness, and pay commenced at 11.30 a.m. The visiting tean comprised Messrs. Fred. Dalèy,A. Daley, Jack Hibbert, W. Ross, J. Simpson, H. Bowd, and C. Wad; Misses M. Greentree, B. Hugies, L. and R. Turnbull, A. Farlov, and Mrs. G. Dunstan. Sackvilh - Messrs. L. Turnbull, A. Stubbs, Walter Wood house, Wollaston, K. Kaiser, and Rev. Colwell ; MissesSVbllaston (3), Kaiser, F. Turnbull, and N. Wat kins. A large number of sectators wit nessed the play, and itogether the courts and the pretty »recinets were very gay. The visiors were vic- - to...
DISTRICT NEWS. RICHMOND. PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
RICHMOND. PRESENTATION. The maintenance men and road contractors who have worked under Mr. M. E. "Kirwan assembled at his residence last Saturday night, prior to his departure for Quirindi, and tendered him a hearty send-off. Mr. J. T. Smith, secretary and treasurer of the movement, handed Mrs. Kirwan a purse of sovereigns with which to purchase a present for their departing chief. In making the presentation, Mr. Smith ex pressed, on behalf of the company, appreciation of Mr. Kirwan during his residence in Richmond, and re gretted his departure. Mr. Kirwan suitably responded. On Friday evening, at the Royal hotel, Mr. Kirwan was tendered a send-off by his personal friends, and a jolly evening was spent.
Latest Cricket. AUSTRALIANS DOING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902
Latest Cricket. AUSTRALIANS DOING WELL. The match, Australia v. the M. C. C., was drawn in favor of the former who, with 250 runB to get to win in their second innings, scored 217 for the loss of three wickets, when play was stopped by rain. Tramper played another fine innings for 86. The first test match of the tour was started at Birmingham yester day. England won the toss and went to the wickets, but failed to make a stand, Maclaren, Fry, and Raujitsinhji being disposdd of for 9, 0, and 13 respectively. ;