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

Tennis. Windsor meets Richmond on the 14th instant at Kichmond. Ihe Richmond and Strathfield Tennis Clubs meet at Uichmond on the 19th instant. A match was played on Wednesday last between teams representing Windsor and Wilberforce, at Wind sor, resulting in a win for the former by SO gamea to ll. Following are the scores : G. M. Greenwell and B. Ward v. F. Daley and H. Bowd, fi-1. G. M. Greenwell and B. Ward v. A. Daley ano J. Hibbeit, 6-Ï. E. Fowler and G. Fodmore v. F. Daley and H. Buwd, 6-3. R, Fowler and G. Podmore v. A. Daley and J. Hibbert, 6-3. Single -K. Fovtîi r v A, Daley, 6-2. Totals-Windsor, 5 sets, 30 games ¡ Wil berforce, 0 Beta, ll games.

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

Golf. A golf club has been started ia Windsor, The "links wore lively on Wednesday afternoon.

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

WiBÔèo^ »layer» will do w*tt*Q*ltudy * . - tue folUíWÍng rules:--. <. A 1. Knocking; the ball through the " window counts three, " - «2, .-Breaking the pla! e-glaser mirror i counts two, (Sometimes &FÂ ) - ? 3 Striking next player with racquet takes eight, off your score (with the rude of a bunged «ye), - 4. Lodging ball in ear of fussy old gentleman, who Í3 looking on, counts I six all round. {MayheMo* if you are not on your guard), 5. Hitting self under chin with handle of racquet entitles you to another shot (provided y>u can play when the laughter subsides). 6. Knocking ball iut J opponent's eye is game. (The striker rarely strikes ; again). 7. All ping-pong courts should be connected by telephone to hospital, police station, and morgue.

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An Old [?] RICHMOND METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

*/ OHUEOH. { We hare received ms following record from tbe Rev. A. ff. Swift, who was recently transferred from Windsor to Sydney. It was given to Mr. Swift by Mr. E. Campbell, Mayor of Richmond. Mr. Campbell's father was very fond of preserving literary curioB, and among his papers was found a copy of the long defunct "Sydney Gazette," from which the record is transcribed. It should be of considerable interest to a number of people, not only of old identities, but of the younger generation, especially Methodists, in the Hawkesbury dis trict. Worthy to be held in grateful remembrance are the good men of long ago, whose names figure on the subscription list, many of whose sons and daughters are [no doubt scattered far and wide over N. S. Wales, and who in their turn, we may hope, are in some way helping to sustain the cause of religion, which makes for righteousness and for the well-being of the people of the land : From the "Sydney Gazette and N.8.W. Advertiser" of Monday, 12th Nove...

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JUNIORS v BUCCANEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

^^^^^^itl tho Windsor iTunlox*, and gained a victory by ii, jjßm^M: 3. The visitors-a manly lot of yoiwig fellows-came up by the morning train, and put up at the Royal Hotel. The game eommenoed at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and vas watched by fully SOU people. Clive Callaghan captained the Juniors, and Blake the Buccaneers, whilst E. Sell acted as umpire throughout. In the first hali the home team had the best of the game, and should have r n 4ver the visitón», but want of practice and con tinual "cuddling" of the bal) prevented them scoring many limes, lions, Cunningham, HoskissoB, Cob croft, fi. Eather, Callaghan (si), and Buckton played well, but wore badly placed, li. Eather, as full-hack, did some rattling good work, as did alto Ross in the halves. The only bit of open play and good passing on the side of the Juniors during the first half resulted in a try, which Joe Cunningham scored after a splendid run. For the Buccaneers, W. McDon nell, Blake, "Windie," Mead, and Watson we...

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H.D.A. [?] SETTLING-UP MEETING. PROFIT OF £80 ON THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

PROFIT OF £80 ON THE SHOW, A committee meeting of tue above vas held at the showground on Friday afternoon last. Mr. B. Hell, MX.A.* occupied the chair, and there vere Sresent-.-Rev. J. Howell-Price, and leas». J. H. Johnston, H. Skuthorp, A. Tuckerman, John Devlin, H. 0. Ezzy, H. Stevenson, J. G. Percival, S. Gow, F. Nicholls, H. Mottram, J. Hall, G. Davis, J. T. Gosper, G. Cobcroft, G. D. Wood, W. Mitchell, R. Turnbull, J. W. Farlow, P. A. Holland, J. Dickson, 8. Cox, G. Nicholls, G. Greentree, G. E. Wood hill, H. Dunston, P. H. Ridg3, and C. S. GueBt (secretary). FINANCIAL STATEMENT. The secretary reported that the total receipts amounted to £986 12s 9d, and the total expenditure to £907 68 8d, leaving a profit of £79 6s ld. on the show (applause). The receipts this year were £40 less than last year, but last year's receipts were almost the highest on the list, so that when they took into consideration the bad season experienced, the result was very satisfactory. The prize money ...

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OUESSING COMPITITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

the weight of the ht bullock, for whichi tb* Singer OD. had offered a sewing machine, viz., Mewr*. W. Sly, H. 0. Eezy, G. Fieenia», »nd W. Eather, aud it was for tho committee to decide how it wis to be allotted. Mr. Cobcroft said he saw the com pany's agent, and wan informed that there should be no division. He then moved that lots be drawn for the machine Seconded by Mr. Woodhill and carried. ] A JUDGE'S COMPLAINT. Mr. H. Pateson, one of the judges of trotting stock at the show, wrote complaining of having been insulted by a member of the Council, and stating that the latter's language and conduct were reprehensible A w.\rrn discussion took place, several members corroborating Mr. Pateson's assertion, and regretting that anything of the like had taken place. Mr Ot Nicholle said he had spoken to the councillor referred to, and wa informed that he was willing to apolo gise to Mr. Pateson, through the Association, which announcement was received with applause. Mr. Price then moved, a...

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HAWKESBURY JUNIORS v. CHAMBRIAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

?" ' 0AMBEM8. V Theí Hawke?foyfcy Junior« and Forest Lodged Oambrias1 &et oh ¿he Bich mond oval on Tttesday last, the game resulting in » vñrji$ sue potólas being scored on each side. For' the* local team JPaley ànâ^Jn^rlin scored a iry oacb, to which the visitors responded with a try and a field goal. Crowley, Hull, and A. Marlin' played a rattling good, game, whilst aU the others showed good .form. The Juniors are i a good combination, and as the season goes on will he Hard to beat. The energetic secretary. Mr. A. W. Sly, is looking after the club well, and liberal support is being shown by the general public. When speaking to our reporter on Tuesday some of the Buccaneer foot ballers considered the Windsor Junior Football Club the best they have met this year, and at half-time they fully expected to be beaten. They soon found, however, that the Juniors' weakness was being in bad form. Windsor Hoverer v. Redfern Engine Cleaners to-morrow, and the Windsor Juniors meet the s...

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The Coronation and Peace. THE WINDSOR CELEBRATIONS. TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION AND FIREWORKS. ON THURSDAY, 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

The Coronation and Peace. THE WINDSOR CELEBRATIONS. TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION AND FIREWORKS. ON THURSDAY, 26TH. A public meeting was convened bj the Mayor (Aid. Paine) for Monday night, in the council chambers, "to determine what steps should be taken to celebrate in Windsor the occasion of the coronation of the King and Queen.'1 At 8 o'clock things looked flat; but by the time the meeting opened the following had put in an appearance : The Mayor, Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., Aid. Hannabus, and Messrs. D. Holland, J.P., F. Camp bell, J.P., C. Chester, J. OBrien, E. Board, N. N. Pendergast, A. D. Fowler, J. Davis, and W. H. Pink stone. The Mayor explained the object of the meeting. Were they going to take any steps ? And if so, in what way ? There was no necessity for him to point out to them the very great importance of the event in the history of the nation. It was one of the events that should be celebrated by their town-should be marked in some way (hear, hear). He didn't know the feelin...

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ROVERS T. INDEPENDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

HOVERS T. INDEPENDENTS. The Windsor Eover F.C. journeyed I to Parramatta on Tuesday last to play ! the Parramatta Independents, and. after a very exciting and well-fought game, won by 6 points to 3. During the first half the ground was covered with water, a heavy shower of rain having fallen just after the coin had been tossed. At half-time the score stood at 3 to 3, I. Higgins having scored a try for Windsor. In th« second half the game was much more exciting-the ground had got much dryer. A try was secured during the last five minutes play bj E. Connell,

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Obituary. A PIONEER OF KURRAJON [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Obituary. I A PIONEEGTÜF KUEEAJOKI On Friday last there passed a at Kurrajong one of its oldest most respected natives in the pe: of Mr. Edward Wilson, sen., at advanced age of 86 years. By death one of the sturdy old resid -the fathers of the Hawkesbui whose numbers during late years 1 been greatly lessened by the { reaper, has gone. That he was n a roaming disposition is provee the fact that he was born near w he died, and had lived at Kurra; the whole of his four-score and years, ile reared a large fami sons and daughters, most of w have settled iu the land of their b and no name is known better that Wilson's in Kurrajong. Dece was a man of wonderful constitu but during the last years of his was a great sufferer. At t^e ag 77 he had one of his armB taken the result of a cancer ia the h which he had carried for eigb years. The funeral took plac< Sunday afternoon, and the respei which he was held was evidence! the large concourse of people followed his remains to their r...

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AN UNTIMELY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

AN UNTIMELY DEATH.I The untimely death of Wil Martin Kilduff, son of Mr. and John Kilduff, of Windsor, which event took place on Friday night came as a shock to the town. Th ceased, who was only 21 years of had been suffering for a long with a complication of complaints, in spite of ail medical attention, tender care of mother and sh everything proved useless, and a mising young man was cut off ii prime. The deepest sympathy expressed on all sides for the bere parents and members of the fai and the immense assemblage thal lowed the remains to the Win K.O. Cemetery was a grand tribu rèàpèct.^ The funeral was one ö largest seen in Windsor for n years. The coffin was of hig polished cedar, with silver mounti and was covered with beau wreaths. It was carried by young-men from the house to cemetery, where the solemn fui service was conducted by the Re\ McDonnell. The pall-bearers \ Messrs. C. Westall, G. Cobcroft, Ryan, and GK Kirwan. Mr. J. Chandler carried out the dutiei undertaker in ...

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Warning to Non-subscribe[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Warning to Non-subscribe! Â man was too stingy to pay fa newspaper, and as he could not along without it he sent his little 1 to borrow a paper off his neighbc In his hast the boy ran over a fo dollar stand of bees, and in ten minu looked like a warty summer equa His cries reached his father, who i to his assistance, and, failing to not a barbed-wire fence, ran into it, brei ing it down, cutting a handful of fl< from his anatomy, and ruining a fo dollar pair of pants. The old cow tc advantage of the gap ia the fence a got into the cornfield and killed hers eating green corn. Hearing the rael the wife ran, upset a four-gallon chi full of rich cream into a basket of k tens, drowning the whole flock, the hurry she dropped a seven-dol set of false teeth. The baby, bei left alone, crawled through the spill cream and into the parlor, ruining brand new 20-dollar carpet. Duri the excitement the eldest daughter r away with the hired man, the d broke up ll setting hens, and t calve...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 8. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Church Services. I SUNDA Y, J UND! JB. 1 CHÜECH OF ENGLAND. fl Windsor, 8t. Matthew's, ll o.m. and 7 p.m. (Thanksgiving for Peace). Bev. S. G. Fielding. Richmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. (Thanks, giving for Peace) ; and 7 p.m. (Mission Ser vice. Rev. J. Howell-Price, Bural Dean. Riverstone, St. Paul's, 7 p.m. Bev. G. Manning. The Vineyards, 2.30 p.m. (Sunday School), 3.30 p.m. (service). Mr. Jj. Barnett. Provisional District of St. Albans-Lower Portland 10.30, Wiseman's Ferry 7, Kev. W. H. W. Bogers. St. Albans ll, Upper Mac donald 2.30, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. St. Matthew's, Windsor, Mass 10 a.m., Evening Devotions 7 ; Riveretone, Mass 8 a.m. Rev. 13. McDonnell. St. Monica's, Richmond, Mass 10 a.m., Rosary and Benediction 7.30 p m, Bev. M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor ll and 7 (Subject: "Barriera Remove!), Wilberforce 3, Rev. J. W. Win spear. Bichmond 7, Mr. A. Williams. N. Bichmond ll, Mr. M. Myers. Leet's Vale ll, Lower Portland 2.30, Sack ville 7, Rev. Jae. Colwell. Sackv...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Answers to Correspondents.! H.G/.M. : Don't aek us to correct anything in our contemporary. We're not doing that sort of thing; and we have already dropped broad hints to that effect. The proper thing is to write direct to the offending paper ; at least, that is what we preach. Paper men all live in glass houses ! When we make mistakes, we don't appre ciate the mau who rushes with the bee in his bonnet to the other fellow ; we prefer him to come and tackle us straight out. J.G. : Read above. W.R.N. : Read above. As to the fictitious report from Lower Portland ~yes, it came here, too, but didn't catch us, as it happened. If any ag grieved oneB wish to trace up the writer, to teach him a lesson, they are welcome to our M.S., if it would be any cue, J.G.D.S. : You lost sight of your dignity in that letter ; we'll preserve it for you by keeping it out of type, libellous ; and, thirdly, ve don't be lieve the correspondent you are so rough on had the slightest intention of doing you on in...

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SPORTING. The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

At TïariâwïcT^^ li. liicbüraV Aurantiá won the JKHes mere Handicap of 150 eove. At the same meutiag Mr. H. Dargin'» Grafter rau third iu the steeplechase

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It Is sald that. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

o nowf of peace was received willi Vo nra getting to bo a warlike ¡on; nd every day in the week 10 mili lai y demonstration - or other tho po; u!ace with martial fervour une ushered in light rains all over Stotrf. iay was the driest mouth on jrd. ibo fall wai only a third of avewige for the past 4-i years. Mie colic (scions in Africa attracted tho ruin from here ; and peace I hiing a thorough break up of tho ught Thia week's iain hnn buoyed up 11 hope tho tiller.! of tho soil. t would be a unanimous act on tho ?t of those in high places if they uld suspend th« fodder duties until :-k owners can raise comethiug with icii to feed their starving t-.tock lt uld mean a largo savii g lo those 0 can ill afford to hand-feed their :ks en'! herds. S'otvvitiitluiidiu^ ail tiio alleged .erty iu our c Mst, the Windsor ings Bank - tho " poor man's ile '*--in one of tho richest, in de its, in the State. The Windsor Progress Association ervo to he encouraged iu their »ts to have the Water Brigade i...

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Football. WINDSOR JUNIORS v. MANLY FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Football. WINDSOR JUNIORS v. MANLY FEDERALS. A mal ch was played on McQuade Park, Windsor, on Saturday afternoon last b^twe^n the Manly Federals and the Windsor Juniors. The teams were comprised as follow:-Manly, back, Glasson; three-quarter, John stone, P. Wi'son, P. Lowe, and Nicholls; halvep, O'Jieefe and A. Wilson; five-eights, T. Wilson; for- 1 wards, Owen, Dunlop, Elrington, i McCaun, Notting, McKeown, and Daley. Windsor, full-back F. Lobb ; three-quarters, 0. Callaghan (Cap tain), Clive Callaghan, C. Cobcroft, and W. Cupitt ; halves, W. îîoss and W. Bucktou ; forwards, R. Fowler, A. ßae, 0 Drew, B. Hall, L. Brown, Clea. Callaghan, and H. Allen. Almost immediately after the play started a free kick was granted to the visitors, from which a goal was scored. Tho match was one-sided, the Manly Fed erals demonstrating their superiority over thu local team in every depart ment oí the game. Nicholls scored three nie?. Johnstone one, P. Lowe one, and A. Wilson one. Three of these wei...

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

Cricket. 5fr. Les. Pye, the crack Parramatta cr'cketer, and brother to Mr. B. A. Pye, of Windsor, comes out on top of tlie Contrai Cumberland G.O. in first class cricket last season, with a batting average of 83.C2 for 9 innings, his highest score being 178, and his aggregate 669. Ho came second in the bonding average, with 29 wickets at a ci.'St of 18.9 runs per wicket.

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The Hamkesburg Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902. PEACE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

ffijje jjpafotelmrg Peralb, WINDSOR, FbIDAY, JDNB 6, 1902. PEACE ! wMy God! It is impossible J" Thus spake poor old Kruger from his retreat of refuge when the news was broken to him that his old dominions had been handed over to the enemy. Yes, the long-looked for treaty has been accomplished at last, and unhappy South Africa is now a land of peace. It is glorious news-news that has been received with joyfnl jubilations all the world over, especially wherever the British flag flies. The inevitable gradually and calmly came about. The result of the negotiations at Vereeniging were regarded as a foregone con clusion. The counsels of Lords Milner and Kitchener prevailed, and the delegates went into Pretoria on Saturday and there, at 10*30 p.m., signed the surrender. The glad tidings spread like wild fire ; and one reads with a thrill how they were received everywhere. Espe cially thrilling is it to read of how the arrangements were received by the Boers themselves. General Louis Botha ...

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