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

" ' * .-v»- {'**&+Q WfVKßP*r4i .. r '??SS' «sr *<, ass - Hr. Ul IS Ttook hw* bee» unpointed .éoret&ry to tbe Kurrajong Longue in place of Mr E, Hill, re signed. Mr. James Wilson is going in ex tensively for the supply of sleepers, and took a number of cutters to the Mountain Lagoon this week to com mence operations. Hr. E. B. Wilson has been drawing wattle bark from " Bm lou " this week for the Emu Mains tannery. It in forty years since a dray «as in this place before, and Mr Wilson has uo easy task before him. The Railway Executive, though saying but little, are working with all their might to advance (he railway movement, and if the people would only give it their support a railway to Kurrajong would soon be an accom plished fact. The Kurrajong Progress Association has sent in a protest again-1 the build ing of a new traffic bridge at North Richmond, and the members are opposing the matter. They contend the traffic bridge will block the chance of getting...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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More of Our Soldiers Home. ROYAL WELCOME TO WINDSOR. TORCHES AND FIREWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

More of Our Soldiers Home. ROYAL WELCOME TO WINDSOR. TORCHES AND FIREWORKS. Amongst the 1600 or more re turned soldiers who landed in Sydney on Monday from the troop ship Aurania were several from the vicinity of Windsor : Lance Corporal D. Hayes and Troopers A. li. and G. Smith (all of Freeman's Reach), and Troopers W. Smith and T. Upton (Wilberforce), Trooper C. Alcorn (McGrath's Hill), and Trooper E. Day (Windsor). Upton came home quietly on Wednesday night; Day is in Sydney, whence he had shifted just prior to enlisting ; the others came home last night. In the case of the latter, however, the public got newB of their coming. It was late yesterday afternoon that word was passed around that they were ar riving by the 7 o'clock train ; but in spite of the short notice a brilliant reception was arranged. Fully 500 people assembled at the station. As the train steamed in a ringing cheer was given, and the Town band struck up " Home, Sweet Home." Captain Payne was present in his capa...

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CHANGED HANDS, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

CHANGED HANDS, .JU&NUKU tl A IN Us, Ur, VV. Pendergast notifies in this issue that he bas purchased Ur, Dick Burrows' store, and will henceforth carry on a cash business. He has the promise of extensive support, and, being a smart yoong business man, should do well. Bead Hr. W. Moses's advt, in this issue, re prize bread. Special Licening Court takes place at Windsor on July 4, and Quarterly Court on J.ly 24. The Bev. S. G. Fielding exchanged pal pits with the Bev, H. Halliday, of Pyrmont, on Sunday last. MiBses I. and F. Hall, of North Sydney nieces to Mr. J. Ward, are spending a few days holiday ia Windsor. P.S.-Please call at Harry Bowman's, and be fitted for a coat.* When thc news reached Windsor on Mon day about peace declaration, every available Gag in the town was hoisted. Mr. Podmore, of the local branch of the Commercial Bank, resumed duties on Wednes day last, after six weeks holiday at ¡ arran- , der a. A number of Windsor ladies are giving a return dance in the U...

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

FORRESTER. Well, Mr. Editor, we have not I much news or exciting events happen I ing just now, but still we are all alive and kicking, or at least we were last Friday night, when a social (given by Mr. T. Hobbs) took place at our worthy postmaster's residence. A good number of frie ds around home and a select company from Pitt Town rolled up, and altogether about twenty couples thoroughly enjoyed a most delightful evening. Plenty of dancing and Binging, besides a splendid supper, kept them all in high spirits until a late hour. The music was supplied by Miss Hobbs, Mr. C. Hobbs, and other friends. I hear we are to have a progress association at Forrester shortly, and I think it is about time. Other things are also wanted, for instance, a church. I hear Mr. Bennett has left his selection, and taken Mr. O'Connell's farm. He intends to go in extensively for growing peas and strawberries, and he ought to do well. Mr. Fisher, one of our new selectors, intends putting out a good passion o...

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OUR NEW ROAD SUPER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

OUR NEW ROAD SUPER. Prom the " Newcastle-Wallsend Sun," we take the the followiog: " A smoke concert was tendered to Mr. Norman Grant, Road Superinten dent, on tbe eve of his departure for Richmond. ' He was presented with an illuminated address and purse of sovereigns. Mr. John Estell, M.P., presided. Mr. Grant takes with him the good wishes «f the. peddle of New castle district. He is one of the best and hardest working officers ia the Roads Department, and our loss is Richmond's gain."

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HOPES SOON SHATTERED! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

HOPES SOON SHATTERED I Mr. Peacock, the Victorian Premier, when speaking at the rodent Hawkesbury show, was reported by na thu»? " His only regret Parliament together (laugher) ; and he sup posed he would get some critioism that fae didn't deserve (renewed laughter). But he hoped to hare the privilege of coming there as premier again nest year (laughter)-with Mr. Johu See still premier (laughter) and all the other fellows still premiers (reneweJ laughter)." On Tuesday Mr. Peacock and his Ministry were given thdr walking ticket.

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

RICHMOND DAIRY. Mr. A. Inall notifies in our adver tising columns that he has purchased Mr. J- FI. Williamson's business, and will continue to supply the purest of milk to his many customers. For ten years Mr. Inall has been interested in dairying, and thoroughly understands the industry and the people's require ments. He has one of the finest dairy herds to be found anywhere, and feels sure the quality of the article he re tails will recommend itself. Bead his advt.

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

THE HAWKESBURY HERALD Windsor » . An Excellent Advertising . Medium . . . Oar Job Printing is a Work of Art and as Oheap as the City. The Live . . Local Journal and District. Gazetteer . . ¿si Per Quarter. STABTANY TIMBI ._§_ PINKSTONE COLLISON, Proprietors.

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A SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

A SURPRISE P1RTY. A surprise party was tendered to Mrs J. Drayton at her residence, Lennox-street, one night last week, by a number of the young folks of Rich mond. During the evening various games were indulged in, and a really pleasant time spent by one and all. The health of Mr. and Mrs. Drayton was enthusiastically honored, and the " Ladies," " Our Sweethearts," and other toasts were also favored.

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

ACCIDENT. Mrs. Murphy, wife of Mr. J. D. Murphy, teacher of thc I'itt Town school, met with a severe accident on Saturday last. She was driving through a gate, when the horse shied and ran the trap against the post. The trap was upset. Mrs. Murphy was seriously in jured. Medical aid was at once summoned. We are pleased to hear the good lady is re covering.

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THANKSGIVING SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

THANKSGIVING SERVICE. Àt the Windsor Wesleyan Cburcb on Wednesday evening a nnibed service oí the Protestant churches was bel if. The Be v. J. W. Winspear (Wesleyan) presided, and there were also present -Rev. S. G. Fielding (CE.), Uer. A. Dandle (Presbyterian), and representatives of the Congregational church. The presiding clergyman said the main feature ol the meeting was lo offer thanks giving to God for the consummation of peace in South Africa. The hymn, "For the King," was sung, after which the Bev. A. Dandy offered up prayer. An admirable address was given by the Bev. Fielding, followed by another hymn, and then the benediction was pronounced. Special peace services will be held in all the churches on Sunday.

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

SALVAT ION ARMY. In connection with the great reseñe work now being carried out throughout Australia, the local corps is holding special meetings to aid the work. They hold entertainments to-morrow and Sunday evenings when Adjutant Ilsen, from Sydney, accompanied by another special, will be here to conduct the meeting. On Wednesday the great Ijcial Annual will be held, when Mr. J. J, Paine, (Mayor of Windsor), will preside. Dis tinguished Army Officers will also be present to addi ess the meeting. The Windsor town band has kindly consented to play selections during the evening. Ensign Good is making every effort to make the function a success.

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CLEARING SOUTH CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

CLEARING SOUTH CHEEK. Hr. Charlie Karlsson, skipper of the " Bluebell," has taken upon himself the task of ch aring South Creek of snags and rafts, and bas succeeded with the work from the mouth as f.ir as the Fitzroy bridge, it it a matter that should have been taken up years Hgo, as this stream is one of the prettiest in the S'ate, and now it has been started, an effort should be made to have it effectually done. Mr. Karlasan is the first person for years who has ventured up the Caeek with a steam launch, and is to be complimented on his progressive step.

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UNMANNERLY CYCLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

UNMANNERLY CYCLISTS. Â correspondent wiiteB :-The Windsor Road is, as usual, in a very fair order for eyelets, which is rather unfortunate for the residents,. Cyclists come from the suburbs of Sydney and other places by the score on Sundays especially, driving the horses half silly, endangering pedestrians, and making themselves generally obnoxious, often mak ing uncivil remarks to those they pass especially the girls. These " monkies on grid irons," as they are commonly called, imagine they own the road, and when approaching a vehicle think ringing their bell is all that is required, no matter what the horse might do, never thinking of giving pl ice, or pulling up to avoid accidents When past they laugh jeeringly at the person they have put into an awkward position Ly their own hideous appearance. Then if a decent individual or a gentleman happens to ride by, which does happen occasionally, though very seldom, he thinks the country people very rude as" compared with city civilisati...

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TRIBUTES OF RESPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

TRIBOTEsToF RESPECT. | General regret has been expressed on all sides on the death of Mr. William Martin Kilduff, since the sad event took pl&ce, and to which lengthy reference is made in another part of this paper. His untimely end, and the sad fact that he leaves a yoong widow, makes it more regrettable. He was beloved by all who knew him, and the enormous concourse of people that Attended his funeral was one of the greatest tributes that could be paid to one so respected, and to those near and dear. During his long painful ill ness, the Bev. Father McDonald, and Bisters of the Good Samaritan, attended him day and night, and to them the parents and friends extend their beart-felt thanks. From all parts of the district and elsewhere many beautiful wreaths were forwarded, besides numerous letters, telegrams, and expressions of condolence from sympathising friend*. A. wreathi tr* fond*)fg..;-3lrr!*v*rrt M rfc G. N. KÍHuff (Bicumorid), Mr. and» M ra. O? Hasel (Sydney), Mr. and...

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

WILBERFORCE. Aa unoccupied weatherboard cot tage, owned by Mrs. Sydney Burdekin, nearly opposite St John's Church of England, was totally destroyed by fire on Tuesday night, between 8 and 9 o'clock The townspeople did their best to save it, but without avail. However, they kept the flames from adjacent buildings. It was not a very valuable building. We have not ascertained the origin of the outbreak, or whether the property was insured,

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

miine at the Fromm Aisool maa held in the Temperance on Wednesday evening last. . J. Darling (president), occo the chair. Mr. C. Mortley ht on a motton asking the ation to use its best endeavours e the road made from Scho Siding through Grange Farm e Blacktown Road. Mr. J. im, in seconding the motion, very forcibly in its favor. . H. Cragg, J.P., also spoke in of the proposal, and it was d unanimously. It was re l on the motion of Messrs. ey and Davis, that a communi i be sent to Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A., » him to use bis influence in latter. It was resolved that a mnication be 6ent to the Rail )ommissionere, stating that the as promised for the railway had not yet been erected. ¡ is resolved on the motion of .s. Cragg and Davis, that Mr. im he empowered to write on f of the association to Mr. J. M.H.R., re duty tobacco stems. LS resolved ou the motion of ?s. Mortley and Johnston, that ist office officials be written to cting a lamp outside the local Mr. Cragg gave notice that ll move at...

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[?]EEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

ÉEMAN'S REACH. ie Ber. D. Brown intends hold regular weekly services in the roh hall, and made a start on iday evening. is proposed to give the returning iers belonging to this part a ome home entertainment in the rch hall about Monday, the 16th int. [r. W. Armour bas almost finished ¡ontraet of painting and renovat Mr. F. A. Holland's residence, has made an excellent job of it. old place has never looked better e it waa built-and that was long ire the writer's time, [iss Ettie Greentree and Miss Wall rowly escaped meeting with a ire accident last week. They were ing to Wilberforce, when the » fell, throwing them both out. i of the shafts was broken, but a young ladies escaped without iry. Vhilst riding home from Clarendon Saturday last with the Lancers, G. A. Clothier's horse stumbled 1 fell with him. It was at first ught his arm was broken, but on ng examined by Dr. Callaghan it j found that only the wrist was lined. It has since been very nful._

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SIMULTANEOUS MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

SIMULTANEOUS MISSION. The School of Arts has been engaged for the above, which com mences on Sunday nest and concludes on the following Sunday. The ker. Dr. Clouston (Presbyterian), Bev Ot. Middleton (Church of England), and the local clergy will take part. On Sunday afternoon an open-air service takes plaoe on the park, when ad dresses, etc., will be given. Special thanksgiving services for peace will be held in all the local churches on Sunday morning, and in the evening mission services will be held, closing at 8 p.m. At 8 15 p.m. service will be held at the School of Arts.

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DISTRICT NEWS. RICHMOND. A GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

RICHMONÖ. A GENERAL OE MEI ERY. A meeting of ministers of religion and the trustees of the Bichmond General Cemetery was held at the Presbyterian Sunday schoolroom on Wednesday of last week- The Eev. Dr. Cameron occupied the chair, and there were also present: Revs. J. H. Price, Father O'Brien, and J. J. F. L Fer gusson, and Messrs. O. S. Guest, T. Horan, A. Price, M.t Nowland, W. Sullivan, and M. Davenport. The meeting resolved to request Mr. B. Hall, M.P., to secure a grant of £50, to enable the trustees to fence in and improve the 16 acres of land near Clarendon, dedicated in November, 1893, for the purposes of a general cemetery for Richmond. Also, that Rev J. J. F. h. Fergusson, Rev. Father O'Brien, Mr. C. 8. Guest, and Mr. Wm. Sullivan be a sub committee to carry out the object of the meeting, Mr. C S. Guest to act as hon. secre tary and convener of all meetings of j the sub-committee.

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