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DRAUCHTS. PROBLEM No. [?] By ROBERT STEWART (Kirriemuir.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

PBOBWOM NO. *. ; " ';. 3.? By ROBERT STEWART (Kirriemuir), White to play and win. NOTE.-In order to facilitate the solving of problems by amateurs who take an inter est in thc game but do not know the numbers of the squares on thc board, we give the fol lowing information :-To number the board commence with No. 1 on the same side of the board as the bla?k men, and on the player's right, and read from right to left in each row up to 32.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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LEET'S VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

LEETS VALE. We regret to hear that Mr. J. Liddy has been on the sick list. The local Methodist tea-meeting is to come off on Curou.tiion Day. A large turnout ie espected, Mr, L. Rieti, of the Tramway Department, has been spending a holiday with his rela tives at thc Vale. Mr. M. J. Chaseling and two of bis sons have just returned from a trip to Nowra, looking much better for their holiday. Mr. B. Cooper, who for some time has teen ailing, and was being attended to by Dr. Peisley, has been removed to Windsor hospital. We hope the oU gentleman will speedily recover. We hive to congratulate you, Mr. Editor, on the fine paper you are turning out, and you have our best wishes for its success. [Thanks-ED. H. H.]

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SCHOOL SHEDS FOR MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

SCHOOL SHEDS FOR MARSDEN I PARK. I Department of Publie Instruction, in reply to a request from the resi dents of Marsden Park for weather sheds at the public school, stating that consideration of the matter waa allowed to be postponed for the time being.

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

MARSDEN PARK. The news at Marsden Park this week is rather scarce and hard to seek ; a visit Mr. Pigg did pay to his country house on Saturday. To my regret, I must report, folks of water had left him short ; tanks and well he found all dry-wasn't there a row, oh, my ! À new arrival, I may state, has come along to try his fate ; Walsh's property he has bought with calm and deliberative thought. Hain is falling as I write ; folk now can work with all their might; with new hopes, and good cheer, for prosperity without a fear. I'd like to give your paper a puff, but other writers have said enough; plenty subscribers I wish you, my dear editor, so now adieu.

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ST. ALBANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

ST. ALBANS. A flower service was held in the Wesleyan Ch ii rc h on Sunday last, and was largely attended. Thc picturesque little building was tastefully decorated with all kinds of flowers, nnd never looked better. For this portion the ladies were responsible, and are deserving of praise. The Eev. Mr Crowsier, of Sydney, conducted two services during the day, delivering an eloquent and appro priate sermon at each. At the morning ser vice the congregation was large, and in the evening, when a service of song was given, the church was crowded. The ohoir ren dered four special anthems, and the Sunday school scholars sang suitable choruses. The choir has now gained a state of efficiency, and would do credit to any church, and on Sunday last appeared at their best. [Thanks for items. Will be pleased to hear from you every week.-ED. H. H ]

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FENCE FOR AN EMBANKMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

FENCE FOR AN EMBANKMENT.     Same, in reply to a request from the Kurrajong Progress Association for a fence round the embankment at Box Hill deviation, on the road from Belmont via Boxhill to Bell's Line, stating that the fencing is not re- garded as an urgent necessity, and consequently cannot be erected.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

or Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' at peppermint Core. ls. 61*

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WHARF SHED AT SACKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

WHABF SHED AT SACKVILLE. I Department of Public Works, with reference to a request from the Ebene» uer Progress Association for a weather shed at Sackville Beach, stating it is not the practice for the Department to erect sheds oa wharves from which no revenue is derived, but that there would be no objection to the residents building a shed in an approved posi tion near the wharf.

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NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

The death topk^liioe on «ondey last, at North Eichroond, ot Mr. i Charles Small, at the age of 40 years. \ The funeral took place on Tuesday, and was largely attended. The re mains were enterred in the Church of j England at North Richmond, the; Rev. M. Gray officiating. The anniversary of the North Richmond Wesleyan Church was cele brated on Sunday last. Special servi ces were held, and passed off success fully. On Monday the annual tea meeting and concert was held at the church. A first class programme was given, and all those interested are to he congratulated on the success that attended their efforts.

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[?] OUR MEMBERS. WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Mr. *«îej> Hall, BuáoímÁm tor the Hawkesbury, has kindly sent us correspondence, of which the following ia a digest.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

RIFLE SHOOTING. The second quarterly prize shooting in confection with the Windeor Lancer Rifle Club took place on Saturday last. The con ditions were 7 shots each at 200 anti 300 yds. Following are the principal scorers : Name 200yds 300yds Tl. Corporal Blackett ... 18 29 47 Cfloral Collison' ... 24 22 46 Trooper Hibbcrt ... 20 26 46 Trooper A. J. Farlow ... 22 23 45 Trooper A. Wilson ... 23 20 43 Trooper G. Tye. 20 21 41 Trooper C. May. 21 18 39 Trooper Huxley. 24 15 39 Trooper Greenfield .. 22 15 37 Trooper P. Bushell ... 19 17 36 Trooper W. Packman ... 18 17 35 Trooper W. Brewer ... 18 16 34 The next shooting takes place on Satur day, 14th instant. " D" Kichmonl Coy, 3rd Infantry Reei ment, para-ied on Richmond Park an Satur day last. Captain Lamrock was in charge, and bad with him Lieutenant Greenwell. The men were exercised in extended order and Cjmpany drill. The Hawkesbury Lancers paraded at Clar endon on Saturday afternoon last. Lieut. Walker was in command of Windsor Half ...

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W.C.R.C.v. H. A. COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

W.C.ll.*.!, r. H. A. COLLEGE. A tifie n atch lo k place on Tuesday last between the Windsor Civilian Bide Club and the College (.lub at the Bichmond range, the former being victoiious by 99 points, The condition) were 10 raen asile, seveD shots «ach at 400, SOO. and COO yards. The scoring of thc Civilians was very fair on the whole, but, with tiie exception of one or two, the Collegians were not up to form. Brooks, for the College, put up the top score of the day, 92 ; an'l at 600 yards he ma'ie 34 out of a po-sible 35. Shooting commenced about ll a.m., und at mid-day an adjournment was made to the college, wbrre thc visiting team were entertained at lunch. At the conclusion of the match, Mr. W. Moses, J.P., President of the W.C.B.O., on behalf of the visitors returned thanks for the way they bad been trealei, and intimated that from thc time the match was first spoken of it was enthusiastically tuken up and looked forward to with pleasure. Mr. McKenzie, secretary of the College Clu...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. WINDSOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

0*T counull meetings tok^^^^WÄ»5 ' ?he reporten Utely, Wedoe»diy »IgbtV meeting wee all over in « fe» minute* j the previous meeting lapsed ; and the one before that was short and sweet. The Mayor was aa*ay on Wednesday sight. In his absence Aid. Mortley occapied the chair. The others present were - Aid. Berckleman, Dean, Primrose, and Gosper. (Aid. Hannabus ar rived as the meeting was rising.) After the minutes were dealt with, a letter was read from the Department of Lands, formally acknowledging an application fur £30 for clearing a Government allotment in New town, at the corner of George and Campbell st leets. Beceived. That wa« the lot.

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MILITARY. WINDSOR CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

MILITARY. WINDSOR CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. June 18, Third quarterly prize shooting P;actice every Wedncslay afternoon at Windsor Rifle Range.

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RIVER IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

El VER IMPROVEMENTS. On Suturday last, Mr. Smythe, from the Harbours and Hirers Department, made a tour of inspection up the Hawkesbury and its tribntaiies as far as Sackville Beach. He arrived at Wiseman's Ferry on Saturday morning, where he waB met by Mr. B. Hall, M L.A., Messrs. H. A. Wilson, J.P., and A. McNevin, and inspected the proposed site for a jetty at the new cemetery. From there he proceeded up the Macdonald river to St. Albans, where improvements are wanted to the local wharf. Mr. J. Walker, J.P., chairman of the St. Albans P. A., here met the party. The channel of the Mac donald was also inspected for the purpose of building weirs to deepen the stream, which has of late become silted up in places. The inspector was of opinion the work can be accomplished with very little expense. The next place visited was Webb's Creek, where a site for a new wharf was selected. The | Lower Portland wharf, where improvements { are needed, was the next place of call, and ] Ur. Peter Ke...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

tir Jk;kV1 . i¿ 3fe. fe . .Í modérate mû weltawrted ioppïyof forage was submitted. Demand for cb iff wa« dull, I prime samples realising 6s Sd to Ss id, while rough lots went at 5s Bd and 6s 4d. Odten hay was bard to move at 6s 8d. B-JOgh luceme in bales had good attention at 7s 2d. Bran, Js3Jd to Is 3J1 per bsshel. P- I lar Ms 3Ji to to ls S¿d. Maize, from 4s 9J. Lucerne, £6 10s to £7 ; rough simples, £7 Ss id j-er bushel. Straw. £2 12s Cd to £2 15s. Ch .ff, £5 7s 61 to £6 IO« per ton. Oaten hay, £0 Hs 4d. Eggs, ls 9d to 2s. Fowls, 3s to 3s nd. Muscovy ducks, 3s to ls ; drakes, 46 to 5s. English ducks, 2s to 3s 3d. In the fruit markets oranges brought from 2s to 12s por case ; lemons 2i fid to 9s per gin.case ; mandarins 2s Cd to 6s per half ease ; passionfruit -ts to 12s per case ; jam rx elons Ss to 3s Cd per doz.

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PHILATELY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

PHILATELY. The usual monthly meeting of the Haw kesbury District Philatelic Society was held on Monday night last at thc residence of Mr. A. D. Fowler. There were present Messrs. W, 1. Perry (in the chair), W. G. Greenwell, W. Boxhall, B. Fowler, W. Boss, and H. £. Ashby. The principal business waa the election of officers for the current year, which bad been postponed from the annual meeting on account of the ratall attendance. 1 he result of the election was as follows :-President, Mr. J. J. Paine, J.P (Mayor of Windsor) ; vice-presidents, Messrs J. G. Beazley, E. Street, A. E. Crane, and W. I, Perry ; secretary, treasurer, and librarian, Mr. W. G. Greenwell ; exchange superintendent, Mr. W, J. Boss ; editress of Manuscript Journal, Miss Newton (Pitt Town). An interesting chat on Philatelic enjoy a pleasant evening. A rote of thank« to Mr. and Mrs. Fowler for the use of their room, terminated the proceedings.

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WATCH REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

WATCH BBPAIBS. The tariff hoe made, with meet watch making and jewellery firms in the city, big additions to their prices, but foresight in i m(>oi latieras of stock, as well as latest mechanical appliances, enables Njlan Time aud Co., of ?0¿ George-st., Sydney, to carry on at their old cheap rates. With UÚB firm cheap rates do not mean poor work. They are doing more watch and jewellery repairs tlidU any other firm in the Stales, and t'ieir immense turnover enables them to work at a minimum of profit, with a maximum of satisfaction to customers, spectacle making, too, is a department to which they are payiug particular attention, an i pprsons wu h defective eyesight hare, through this firm, an opportunity of -correcting any weakness of sight at but small colt.*

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. V. KOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

A Trip to tlie Land of tlie Rising Sun. [By J. R. MITCHELL ] (For the " Herald.") V. KOBE. Continuing from my last article, it is conceded that in America the art of railway management bas reached a higher state of develop ment thanelsewheje. The manage ment of the railways in Japan, in the adoption of the latest inventions and appliances, has taken America for its model. (It must be under stood, my information on this point is purely based on heresay. I have not as yet reached America, so I cannot say how the railways there are run or managed). The result is that every attention to the comfort of passengers is found on the rail ways in Japan. The booking offices are always open during the day and evening. Travellers are tlins sated from the exasperating annoyance, happening .very often in Australia, of the brief allowance of time given for the purchase of tickets. I-could not help but notice on all ther lines the juvenile appearance of the offi ciais. The porters are easily dis tin...

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Massey-Harris Agricultural Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Massey-Harris Agricultural Machinery. The Massey-Harris Go. again stood in the front rank among the agricul tural implement exhibitors at our recent show. This great company claim to be the largest implement manufacturers under the British flag, and the name of Massey-Harris is a household word among the farmers of Australasia. The great list of imple ments exhibited at the show suited the requirements of the Hawkesbury producer*, and this was proved by the fact that many of the most important machines were readily bought up by district farmers and orchardists. Mr E. M. Phelps, the company's repre sentative, who has been in the district for a considerable time- and a more popular or courteous business man it would be impossible to find-was in charge of the exhibit, and was never done demonstrating the working quali ties of the ma' hines, and supplying in formation required by the hundreds of vit-itore. To enumerate all the machines would entail moi espace than we can spare, but amon...

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