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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

The following ie the programme of parades and fixtures for the present quarter for the various military corps in the district :-. HAWKESBTJBT SQUADBOK OF LAKOBBS, Richmond and YVindnor Balfoquadrous assemble at their respective headquarters on the following dates : Date Parade Arms May 24 Whole day Lance and carbine May 31 Haliday Lance and sword Dress for half day parades, drill order, » iib plumes. Dress for whole days, service marching older, no plumes ; but haversacks, wa" er bottles, mets tins, and horse feeds will be carried. Lunch will be provided. Khaki will not be worn until further orders. Members are urged to attend every parada, and thus secure the efficiency money for year ending 30th June. 1902. Members are warned against being late ou pai ade. " A " WINDSOR COY, SBD INFT?. BBGT. May 21, Half day parade May 31, Whole day parade .bress : Drill order. .' 1) " RICHMOND Cor., 3BD INFIX. EEGT, May 21, Whole day May 31, Half day Dress : Drill order. WINDSOR CIVILIAN RIFLE CM...

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'THOU ART SOLD, MY STEED!' [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

' THOU ART SOLD, MY STEED I' The Rev. J. Howell Price has disposed of his trotting stallion, "Claredo," for £230, to Mr. J. Swindle, the well-known owner of Don Cleve and other famous trotters. The purchaser has had his eye on Claredo for some time. The depart ing steed is toj trot for his new owner in the Victorian show ring next week.

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PREPARING TO RECEIVE THE RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

PREPARING TO RECEIVE THE RETURNING SOLDIERS. The soldiers who are returning are to get a royal welcome. A big meeting was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday evening to arrange for same. The Mayor presided. Tuesday evening next was fixed for the function, to take the form of a social evening. Messrs. A. Stewart and C. H. Ausburn* were appointed joint secretaries, and the following a committee : Rev. J. Howell Price, Dr. Helsham, and Messrs. C. S. Guest, H. Skuthorp, E. H. Street, G. E. Woodhill, G. Cobcroft, G. E. Collett, and J. W. Allison. For further particulars see advt.

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

La Grippe's Legacy. A WINTER'S ILLNESS. A Prompt and Permanent Restoration. The Caso of Mrs. M. SPENCER, (BT A SPECIAL IlEPOBTES. ) The practical seems to have nearly alto elhcr superseded the ideal in these utili ¡mn times, for to enable a subject to take ? > lil of thc mind it moat contain some lenient of what ia useful and instructive ; nd ns the interview with Mrs. Mary ipenccr, of No. 5 Adolphus-strcct, Balmain, s consonant with this argument, wc place t under the iiotico of our readers. "I was one of the many victims pro rated by influenza ten years ago," began Iis. Spencer, "and I waa very ill willi it ? ii rly all the winter. For three weeks I mid not stir out of my bed, Uie pain« li .nt my body being eo acute that it WAK most impossible to move. After a while i « fever subsided, but even then 1 was ¡?ry Hale better, as I was ton exhausted nd weak to be of any use. When I ti «d i stund up I found th.it the aches «err Mill i my limbs ai d about my body, «h.¡o the ant of vi...

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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 27. (Before Messrs, F. R. Wilshire, P. M., and Messrs. D. Mayne, John Ross, and W. H. Hull, J's.P.) Impounding. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

(Before Mesare, V, ET Wilshire, VM., and Messrs. D. Mai ne, John SOBS, and W. H. Hull, J's-P.) Impounding. William- Humphries was charged with impounding a cow, the property of J. H. Johnston, and claiming exces sive damages thereon. He was also charged by Malcolm White with put ting excessive damages on 4 head of cattle. Mr. Paine appeared for complainant Johnston, Mr. McCauley for complain ant White, and Mr. B. B. Walker for defendant Humphries. It was agreed that the two oases hhould be heard together. Thomas Ihomp&on, poundkeeper at Pitt Town, examined by Mr. Paine, deposed tb ut he received five head of cattle in May latt ; the detainer only had four head on it ; the cattle were brought to witness on Tuesday even ing ; the calf was received on the 15th instant without a detainer ; Johnston took the heifer out of pound on the 18tb, and paid witness 4s. Mr, Walker raised the point that there was no illegal pounding. The calf was impounded on the 17th, and his client was c...

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

OHABIiEß S. GUEST, J.F. ' HENRY ßKÜTHOWP, J,P¿ Commissioner foi Affidavits, fiiohmond. Jîorth RiohmoncL GUEST AND SKUTHORP, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices: RICHMOND & NOR HI RICHMOND. Have for -Private Sale^>* Brick Cottage, Windsor-street, Richmond, £450 80 acres Blaxland'» Ridge, Cottage, Hheds, 5 acres young citrus treeB, £175 26 acres choice farm, Richmond Lowlands, £1,050 40 acres Orchard Land, North Bichmond, £l50 60 acres Eiver Farm, Lower Fortland 40 acres Laud, Upper Colo, £40 106 acres CP. Land, Grose Eiver, Cottage and Orchard, £150 50 acres, Bell's Line Boad, Cottage, Small Orchard 19*f acres Orangery, Grose Vale, very choice, £250 1280 aerea Freehold, Kurrajong 2560 acres Freehold, Kurrajong 41 acres Orchard and Building Laud Kurrajong, £75. 5 Choice Blocks, German Paddock, £7 IC s per acre 1£ acres Land, Bichmond a Allotments, j^ast xucnnionu 40 acres O.P., Blaxland's Ridge 160 acres Orangery, Kurrajong, highly improved, £6000 60 acr...

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MILITARY. A TRETTY LITTLE SHAM FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

A^apital day's work was put in by the^tiobmond Uqmpany, 3rd Infantry Begimenti on Saturday last. Pun du ally at lo a m., the company fell in at the drill hall, and the roll having been called, moved off. At Paget-street an advance guard wa« formed by Cap tain Lamrock, with instructions to take the Pt hritb Road as far as the resi dence of Corporal Brooks, H. A. College grounds, sweep to the left, and halt at the entrance to Gordon's dam paddock. At this point Captain Lam rock .overtook the screen, leaving the left half-company in charge of Lieut. Greenwell. Giving special instruc tions to Sergeant Buckton, who was in command of the screen, to keep a sharp look-out for au imaginary enemy, he ordered him to move on towards the Black 8vamps. Sergeant Buck ton carefully instructed his command, and having seen the men extend to about 50 paces interval, signalled thé advance. "Enemy in sight'' was almost immediately signalled, when a soldier in light marching order was observed doubling t...

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

WANTED. APPRENTICE to the Trade. Apply, "Herald "Office. FOUND. ASHORT-FACED ANTWERP PIGEON (evidently a Show Bird) red chequered. AfV]j' MB, JAMES HULL, Wind**. rraWT fc SKUTHORP nave CHwt io XX want ol a Well Broken and Reliable Animal. Apply io Either Member of the Firm. TOJ-ET. COMFORTABLE fi-roomed Two"8torey RESIDENCE, in Bell-street, Windsor. Every convenience. Low Bent to Good Tenant. Apply, " HERALD " OFFICE. TOJ-ET. COTTAGE, Four Booms and Kitchen, George stree', Windsor ; newly done np. Bent, 5s per week. Apply, " HBEALD " OFFICB. TO LET. TWO-STUBS! DWELLING, 4 Booms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor, Bent. 8s 6d per week. Gas laid on, if required, for reliable tenant. Apply, " HEB A LD" OFFICE. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received up to 7TH JUKE, 1932, for the ERECTION of a PALING FENCE. For farther particulars, apply to WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. . King's Coronation. J HEREBY CONVENE Â PUBLIC MEETING - TO BB HELD AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBE...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 1. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

Church Services. SUNDA F, JONS 1. CHÜECH OF ENGLAND. Windsor, 8t. Matthew s, ll o.m. and 7 p.m. Special Berri ces in connection with the Church Society. Kev. H. Holliday, Preacher. Richmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., St. Paul's, Agnes Banks 3.80, Rev, J. HoweU-Price, Bural Dean. Riverstone, St. Paul's, 7 p.m. Ber. G. Manning. The Vineyards, 2.30 p.m. (Sunday School), 8.30 p.m. (service), Mr. F. Simons. Church of England Service will be held (D.v.) in the Presbyterian Church, Marsden Park, on Sunday, June 8, at 3 30 p.m., by the Bev. G. Manning. Provisional District of St. Albans-Lower Mangrove 10.80, Upper Mangrove 2.30, Bev. W. fi. W. Bogers. Central Macdonald ll, St Albans 3, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., Even ing Devotions 7. Rev. B. McDonnell. St. Monica's, Bichmund, Mass 10 a.m., Rosary and Benediction 7,30 p.m. Rev, M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor ll (Mr. D. W. McCoy}, 7 (Mr. M. Myers). Richmond ll (Mr. A. Williams), 7 (Mr. D. W. Mc...

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Old Age Pensions. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

Old Age Pensions.^ M ' (To the Editor,), .. 1 Sir,-Very few, if any, -y&jijm wisest meo ever dreamed, whCy^^B Old Age Pensions ^¡x¡t wasjuflj^^H abuBe^^^^^^^^^or^i^^^^l of pensions whereby any old °T^|H persons, without frienda or meausnMj who cannot work, may be helpeu ia the struggle for existence. This is what the advocates of the present Act aimed at and intended. We were told that the total cost of the pensions scheme would not exceed £300,000 per annum, and that a large propor tion of this sum would be returned to the Treasury in the form of reduced cost in the management of our poor houses or benovelent asylums. Wa were persuaded that soon indigence would be no longer known in our midst, so far as the aged were con cerned; and the sympathies of the people were completely captivated by such humanitarian proposals. But what do we find? While many infirm people are not old enough to claim a pension, and others are deprived of it because they are not naturalised or have n...

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"A" Windsor Company, 3rd Infantry Regiment. THE ANNUAL RE-UNION. DINNER AND BALL. A BRILLIANT MILITARY SPECTACLE PRESENTATION TO TROOPER EATHER [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

" A " Windsor Company, 3rd I Infantry Regiment. THE ANNUAL KE-UNION. DINNEBANU BALL. A BfilLUANT MILITARY SPECTACLE PRÉSENTATION TO TROOPER EATHER The annual re-union of " A " Windsor Coy, 3rd Infantry Regiment, which took place .in the military bar racks on Friday night last, added another successful function to the many previous ones carried out under the auspices of this prominent com pany. it was indeed a brilliant spec tacle, and one that Captain Paine, Officer Commanding "A" Company, should feel proud of. Never in the history of the military barracks has the building presented such a magni ficent scene as it did on Friday night, and one has to pause to lind words to describe it. Staff-Color-Sergeant Duke supervised the whole of the decora tions, and with his loyal committee achieved a triumph. Ihe committee consisted of Color-Sergeant Hannabus, Sergeant Holman, Corporal Gilbert, and Privates E. J. Collison, C. Grono, C. Hagger, T. Simons, P. Molloy, and W. Mellish. Most of the...

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

ARTIFICIAL TEETH »fffiffllHMfl " I W. ALLISON, demist & Surgeon Dentist, 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 ff desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. AU Dental Work being DONE UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FREE. THE DBUG 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. Your 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. Á Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. Ooley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Honey to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son,...

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

JAMES HULL, Ä^RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to v return bis V. ^kess^^ife?. Sincere Thanks ."fl '-^^.^ to his Richmond t-*\?"tii- .? and Kurrajong &= .fegS.K^itu .> _ Patrons for tb,ir täjlÜfe^-»* > esteemed favor* ..^^IS,. _^3sga^^*e*^^ at such incon- < .£ IL^Ä^^W^ ven lenee to Ij* Ä \ > >v^.;< themselves^ by (£^T, Jf * \** V^*- s much pleasure ^^fiP^ta». '4 1<SJLÍLT».JI P-f in intimating ^ - "^^^^^^^^^fcLrV Stock^ most coin- ^^V^ ^jj^'''''^ ¡vu «.un MH-I,U datc in all branchée, which he intends sell ing at PUICES THAT WILL DEFY COM PETITION. HORSE EUGS. Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINES in Barnes?, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade., CV LL AND INSPECT. *E? XX DES Manure Honsiï of lustTälic RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops, Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIELEY & CO., 81 PITT-STBE ET, S YID NEY. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET ¡Land and. Property Agents. PINKSTONE &a...

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Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

Assault. Nellie Hand proceeded against John Brewer for common assault, al leged to have taken place on Thurs day, May 22, at Freeman's Reach, Mr. H. B. Walker appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Nellie Hand deposed that she was riding home on Thursday night, May 22, about half-past seven in the even ing ; saw defendant on Garrick's hill ; defendant Baid " Good- night," but witness never answered ; he said " Is that you, Nell;" witness answered " Yes " ; defendant then caught hold of the horse's bridle, and also hold of witness by the boot ; he offered wit ness half-a-crown, and said, " If you don't get off I'll pull you off," and made a rude remark; wituess stuck \ the spurs in the horse and rode away ; J'heard a man named " Wilkie" talking " i to defendant. To Mr. Walker : Catching hold of ; her boot was the assault complained of ; was about 19 years of age ; had two children, was not married (the court was cleared at this stage) was never ordered off defendant's pr...

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SPORTING. Football. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

The B, A.OoJlefOMdgt Leonarfl«?,0»». met on Blchmond Park on Bâtard»? tatt, tte latter winning by 0 pointa to 8. Team for Winlaor Junior F.G. against Manly Fedérala on Windsor Park to-morrow ; -T. Lobb, O. Callaghan, C. Callaghan, W. Capltt, 0. Cobcroft, W. Backton, W. Boes, A. Bte, 3. Caoningbam, O. Drew, L. Brown, fl, Allen, B. Hall, B. Fowler, F. fitorgeon.

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

" Home Bale," once rery mucli discussed, is laid aside and left to rust. Old Gladstone, spite of all his skill, Failed to yass this famous Bill. Wnw nfc«. An Ik. t.iU-? - Sale. H. S. DYER HAVING purchased the WHOLE £TQCKof W, F, SWEETSER, Rich mond, DRAPERY AND MEN'S MERCERY, intends to Sell Everything-^ -AT li Per Oeiit BELOW COST PRICE. HURRY ALONG Secure the Bargains. If not ia need of Goods at Present it will PAY YOU to BUY NOW and put by until such time as you require them. -AND A Few of Our Lines : White Calico, Horricks's Al 4/3 doz Unbleached Calico, good, 3/3 doz Sheetings, 68in. twill, lOd yard Unbleached Sheetings, Sd yard Flannelette, all colors, 4d yard Flannelette Blousings, newest designs, 9d yard Table Damask, ls yard Cashmeres, all the newest shades, 1/4J yard! Ooisets from 2/9 Hosiery at Reduced Prices / Ladies' Rainproofs, 8/11 ; cost 16/6 4ÊÊ Ladies' Straw Hats, 6d ; cost 2/11 / 6 only, Ladies' Boas, 10/6 ; cost £11/ Ladies' and Children's Trimmed Hats, Choice Co...

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

Constable McCarthy was present at the new Governor's reception un Won ay la-t. as one of the ino.mteii es -ort. Tui-s-.Uy next, June .Tri - l'tiii'C of WaVs' Birthday-will be t-eieraiiy observe i ¿bio'.ig . ont Australia as a public holiday. Tbe Hon. W. Walkers oíd Wro.vti buggy boric " Brutnmy," pissed in Iiis chiques list week. He was over 30 years of aie, ¡mil jvei 20 years ago was diivcn by the lats Paddy Djyle. In spite of his adrauced vg<\ the sight of a bike caused bim to pr¿ncg_a£ound_

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Rambles Round the Hawkesbury. MY FIRST TRIP TO WISEMAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

laqUi» ^ouîid tïie HawKeshurij. [Br "BovER."] MY FIBS! TEIP TO WISEMAN'S. Not by association with thc past Not because of men in gangs and chaine, And subject to the penalties and pains Bj brutal, heartless masters on them cast Does Wiseman's in all breasts hold potent sway ; But by her native beauty, which will last When al) else fades and perishes away ; When, as thc Ages onward roll, this vast, Majestic Universe is swept from shore to .¡hore, And sea to sea, until it lives no more 1 -J. C. L, FITZPATRICK. "We're going home to-night; better come down the river with us !" "Yes; there's a chance for you! Go by the boat to Wiseman's, and bike back." The first speaker was erne of a party from the Macdonald Uiver. They had been up for the show. And as soon as the moon rosfl, the skipper was to have steam up for the start home The second speaker was one who, ever since I had bidden good-bye to the monotony of the backblox to take up my toil in these interesting pasture?, had been plying...

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A BRIGADE WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 30 May 1902

A BRIGADE WELCOME. Trooper Fred. Smith returned home on Tuesday from South Africa. He was a lieutenant in the Richmond Fire Brigade. The members gave him a welcome home. They took the engine to the station,   seated their old comrade on it, and took him round to the barracks, where a Social evening was enjoyed. Captain Donohue occupied the chair, and a list of toasts was put through. Trooper Smith, when responding to "the toast of the evening", related his experiences. He had had a very rough time of it, having been in the hospital in Africa for seven months, and at Sydney for three weeks, with enteric. Mr. G. Valder leaves to-day by the s.s. Minerva. Bon voyage. Mr. Norman Grant, the new road " super," got a great send-off from his Newcastle district. Mr. John Dunston, J.P., of Grose Yale, has purchased tke well known business of Mr. V. Pope, the Sydney fruit merchant. Peruse , the advt, ye orchardists.

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THE VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

THE VINEYARDS. Mr. Simons preached at the Vineyards oe Sunday, Mr. Barnett is to officiate next Sunday. Mr. Jack Brennan, of the Windsor-road, has joined the Lancers. He paraded with them last Saturday. Mr. C. J. Foreáber¡r deserves the thanks of the community for the trouble and expense he has gone to in having the interior of our little church renovated. A very nice shower fell on Monday night, and another on Tuesday, about 20 points altogether. The ground is easier worked now ; ploughing operations have been re sumed. Quite a number of people are clearing np their paddocks and burning off the rubbish, so as the grass will have a better chance after thc rains. At night the hills look more like an illuminated town than anything else. WAPE'6 WOUM FIGS, the wonderful Worm Worriers, arc always effective, ls. boxes.* Mr. J. T. Gosper hi s disposed of his draught stallion " Tom Masher " to Mr. Dean, of Springhill, near Orange, for 40 guineas. Mr. J. T. Sheehan, if ter 10 months as assis...

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