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Letter from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Letter from the Front. Mt. Harry Gtoeper, of Windsor, has kindly handed us the following ex tracts from a loiter written to him by Trooper G. H Champion, formerly of Richmond :-" Klerksdorp, 19/4/'02. We arrived in Durban on March 18, stopped there a day, and then en trained for Newcastle. On the way up westopped at South Const Junc tion, where the ladies of the town treated us to fruit and cigarettes. We then went on to Enchantia and had tea (biscuits and bully-beef). Next day we saw the Mooie River, and later in the day we arrived at Pietermaritzburg, where we dropped across a train load of Boer prisoners, guarded by New Zealanders. Colenso was the next place of importance, where we were shown the grave of Lord Roberts' son. At Ladysmith we eaw all the principal British and Boer positions. They are all along the side of the line, and well worth seeing. We reached Newcastle on March 22, where our duty for a solid month was guards, patrols, etc. I was one of the first to form a patr...

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

WANTED. APPRENTICE to the Trade. Apply, " Herald " Office. TOLET. COMFORTABLE 5-roomed Two "Storey RESIDENCE, in Bell-street, Windsor. Every convenience, Low Rent to Good Tenant. Apply, " HERALD " OFFICE. TOJLET. COTTAGE, Four Booms and Kitchen, George street, Windsor ; newly done up. Rent, 6s per week. Apply, " HERALD " OFFICE. TO_LET. TWO-STOREÏ DWELLING, 4 Rooms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor. Rent, 8s 6d per week. Gas laid on, if required, for reliable tenant. Apply. "HERALD" OFFICE. WEEKLY SALE ! Î Saturday, June 7, AT 2.30 P.M. GUEST & SKUTHORP HAVE for Sale First-class Furniture (in excellent condition), a Good Sulky, Pigs, Poultry, Fruit, Vegetables, &e , ¿c. SALEYARDS, MARCH-ST., RICHMOND. Pinkstone & Collison, LAND & PROPERTY AGENTS, HAVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES : Comfortable S-roomed Two-storey Residence, with balcony, out-houses, and every con venience, in Bell-street, Windsor, Cheap. Five Splendid Buil...

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

JAMES HULL RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return his Sincere Thanks to bis Bichmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favo ra at such incon venience to themselves by coming to Wind sor, and bas much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPENED A SHOP in RICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to datc in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COM PETITION. HORSE EUGS, Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINUS in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. CALL AND INSPECT. T XX XS Manure .House of Austealk. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIELEY & CO., 81 PITT-STBEET, S'Y ID 1ST IE IT. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, G-BOXtGUB-ST1., WINDSOR, BEG to announce to the Residents of the Hawkesbury District that it is their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Di...

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TRALASIA.. V [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

A Wp to lew Zealaipf. THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TRALASIA.. [By Eev. S. Gc. Fielding, author of " The Southern Light," " Down to the Sea in Shipe," etc.] For the " Herald." V. The first few miles of our journey was through a beautiful farmini country ; then followed immens« fern-covered plains with occasiona ti-tree scrubs. There being no na tural grass in New Zealand-or ai least in the North Island-this ferr must be cleared and English grassef planted before the country is fit foi grazing purposes. We stopped foi luncheon at a place called Mercer, in which we ran for miles by the side of the great Waikato river, a swift and deep volume of water, re sembling in places our own Hawkes bury. As we 6ped along, the low banks sometimes were lined with a luxuriant vegetation ; but at others the rivers flowed over into vast marshes, which were covered witb reeds, and the broad glossy leaf of the New Zealand flag. Maori hens, I with crimson crests, started up every |üoW and then from amongst the ...

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

Teeth OD Vulcanite, miter, Plattaam and Oold. Flt, beauty and natural appearanee g-ranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, «nd without the extraction of stomps « desired. Tooth extraction* md ?topping! a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK ÇPOK THE PBBMÍ8B8, repairs of all kinda can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FBES. THE DBUG DEPARTMENT wUl be foond thoroughly np-to-date and replete with .ll the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with .ceo racy and despatch. Yoxa Sigbt Teated »nd Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in aU Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New Sooth Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. finooMsoT to the Late lb. B. Coley. GEORGE 8TBEET, WINDSOR. Honey to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, Ac. Wu. WALKER, Commissioner for Affidavits. ROBERT BROOK WALKER. Commis...

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

COLO. Most of the local fa mers are getting their maize away to market as quickly as possible, as they see no likelihood of this commodity rising any higher in price than it is at present. Indeed, there is a greater chance of the price falling than rising, for there is a pro bability of the duties on the various kinds of fodder being diminished or temporarily cuspuudud wu account ot the drought ; and quite right too, for people cannot afford to buy stock feed at its present exhorbitant price. Pro tective duties are all right in good seasons, but in a time like this they must inevitably enhance prices to an excessive figure. The ever-verdant Mr. Jack Jones (skipper of the "Nil Desperandum") was not long in working up a trade between here and Windsor. He took 72 bagB (288 bushels) of maize from Upper Colo a few days ago, and he I expects to take some more big lots away shortly. It is not dim mit foi Mr. Jones to work up a trade; hit Alfred Jingle-like loquacity and stump oratory seem ...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

WISEMAN'S FERR« Mr. N. North, has to ruo his Uti craft three times weekly on account the increase of trade. Oar schoolmaster, Mr. A. MoNevi is very busy getting hie pupils rea for the examination next month. Great loads of timber are arrivii weekly by the s s. Narara for the f AlbanB bridge, which U well on t way. Mr. Joseph Daniels has broug { another 100 head of cattle to graze Webb's Creek. The remainder ' I has left behind, as he doeB not thu they will survive the winter. Your scribe has received from TH John Liddy, of Leet's Vale, some i markable specimens of persimmoi which have been innoculated by bel Their shapes are very curious. Mr. G. North, of Webb's Creek, sending his maize to Scone, and 1 alizing a better market titan Sydnt Great quantities of maize are beii sent away from Webb's Creek. Captain Price Kelly, of the e thistle, with Mr. E. North as pi! proceeded to Peat's Ferry one d this week to tow a punt load of ti ber for St. Albans bridge Ihey g over the trip safely....

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

COMPLIMENTARY. Referring to the H.D.A.A. Show, "Merigang," in the " Stock and Sta tion journal," pays the following com pliment to Mr. Secretary Guest : - "Mr. C. S. Guest steered the show as only a champion pilot could. He was here, there and, everywhere, superin tending contests and competitions ; and 60 rapid were his movements that one Sydney man was led to exclaim, 4 You'd swear Guest had a double he's here ¿ne minute and over the other side of the ground the next.' " The College annual ball takes place on the 18th instant. Mr. W. Mitchell, J.P., ts at present spending a holiday at Katoomba. Mr. H. R. 8. Dyer has sold his drapery and mercery Block to Messrs. Woodhill & Co. Mr, John McNeil, the newly-elected M. P. f? r Pyrmont, is a brother to Mr. Sam. McNeil, of Richmond. It took Mr. Guest, the secretary of the H.D.A.A, eight hours to write the cheques for the recent Bhow accounts. Mr. G. N. Kilduff has one of the largest collections of stamps in the district, including...

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A TRIAL OF MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

A TRIAL OF MACHINERY. Mr. E. M. Phelps, the popular rep resentative of the MaBsey-Harria Co., gave an important trial of double furrow plough, vineyard cultivator, ! and cultivator and seeder at Mr. D. Clemson's farm, Yarramundi, recently. A number of farmers and orchardists were present, and the lesson was a I revelation to them. The cultivator was tried in ground whiuh hadn't been ploughed for years, and where the couch grass was very heavy. It did splendid work. Mr. D. Clemson pur chased the plough, Mr. John Williams the vineyard cultivator and seeder, and Mr. P. H. Reynolds the cultiva tor. Several forward orders were also booked hy Mr. Phelps for cultivators.

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SOCIAL Golden Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

: raw;.. the scene ïof a Jfcâppy faniUy gathering on Tuesday, wheo Mr. And Mrs. W. Sullivan celebrated their golden wedding. ïhe whole family {with one exception, Mr. T» L. Sulli van, who was absent through indispo sition) were present to do honor to their parents. Dinner was nerved in : the dining-room, and the. table-de coratod with white flowers and autumu leaves and pale blue and white bebe ribbon, and laden with good things to satisfy the palate- was much ad mired. Numerous telegrams and letters of congratulation were received during tbe day from different parts, inoluding Melbourne, Brisbane, Ñorth Sydney, Burwood, and Maitland, and in the afternoon a great many pro minent townspeople called to offer their felicitations. Before partaking of the.good things provided, Mr. J. Palmer Sullivan (eldest son), on be half of the family, presented his father and mother with two beautiful Morocco grandpa and grandma chair«, hoping they would derive comfort from them. in their declining y...

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

. Boot . , Comoany H. R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Footwear. Footwear. Footwear. OUR BOOTS LOOK WELL, FIT WELL, WEAR WELL. SHOP HERE -AND SAVE MONEY. WE ARE THE: BOOT PEOPLE. CANVAS SHOES ls. 6D. HiT We are AGENTS for the Best Blend of Tea. Tea. sole elsewheie ls. 6d., we sell for lld, per lb. Richmond Boot Coy. CHARLES 8. GUEST, J.P. Commissioner for Affidavits, fiiohmond. HENEY SKUTHORP, J.P., North Eicbnond GUEST AND SKUTHORP, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices: E1JHM0ND & NOR TM RICHMOND. Have for Private Sale^* Brick Cottage, Windsor-street, Richmond, £450 80 acres Blaxlands Ridge, Cottage, Sheds, 5 acres young citrus trees, £,17i '26 acres choice farm, Richmond Lowlands, £1,050 40 acres Orchard Land, North Richmond, £150 (-0 acres River Farm, Lower Portland 40 acres Land, Upper Colo, £40 1C6 acres CP. Land, Grose River, Cottage and Orchard, £150 50 acres, Bell's Line Road, Cottage, Small Orchard 19£ acres Orangery, Grose Vale, very choice, £250 12 so acres...

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

A GLORIOUS CHANGE A " Twenty-Yea rs* Resident's Testimony. The Caso of Mr. ù. NILSSON. , (BY A SPECIAL KEPOUTEB). In no busi ess place is lhere a greater variety of subjects discussed than ill a hair dresser's saloon, as nil callera ventilate their opinions i<¡ th'j gentlemen ollici.iii'iir with tho razor and seizors. Iii!' -(Vie !. '? r Likes hi» turn in \b\\ coiivti :V ion ;n> w-li, .md when »ur iv porter stepped ? II Lo ii shop In JJoiiiny Road, Botany, Mr. - John&'il&suii, tho prop: ietor, s:iid : . . " This tit, weather oncdit to make ijverybody feel happy, aa you say; but I think it -.ill depend* upon .mu's-heall h. I remember when 1 used lo be lou -¡,] i ¡led tvhoii everyone I uiet seemed to bo biiiuful of joyfulness." "When wa«, tint?" enquired the man with the notebook. "Eighteen wop'hs urn,, when my,.,jpo<i failed to have a nom isling clleot, upon ¡ny body. An -allack of Hu um.ilii-ui ali'eclecl my sys ¡em tlirmudioiit, lora lonii l...

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

S ?m gif grife; SPBOIAI. V-A-I-XXJESS! White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at 10£d and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8s lld, 10s 6d, 12s ed, 15s. Single Blankets, white, at 3s lld. Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 4s lld, ôs lld. GRIMWOOD'S Meal's Macintoslies, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. Windsor ... Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .GEOECiE - STEEET. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. Special Rangea in Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Gochs, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and Tweeds.. Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from ls 3d to 3s 6d. Black Silk Figured Voiles, in 7-yard lengths. French Figured Dress Goods from 2s lld per yard. Black Navy and Coloured Diagonal Serges, all wool, special value at ls 6d per yard. Navy, Royal Purple, Terra, and Brown douhle-width Bengalenes at ls 3d. ......,."? A Splendid Assortment of Applique and Sequinned Trim mings, Black Se...

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Fruit Pests. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Fruit Pests. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In looking over the "Cum berland Argus" of May 17, I find that some of the Canley Yale fruit-growers are very anxious to help frame a bill re the fruit pests and diseases that we have at the present time among the orchards. In my mind, I cannot imagine what they are thinking about, unless they wish to put some relative, friend, or one of themselves into a fat billet; and we, the fruit-growers, have had too much of this sort of thing already. Now, sir, I think if those gentlemen were to liven themselves up and try and induce the government to eradicate the peBts that are abound ing in the bush surrounding the orchards at the present time they would be doing the right thing, but until that is done it is useless to try and cleanse the orchards. The anxious have only to look at most of the scrub and there they will find red scale, white lice, fungus, and other pests too numerous to mention here, but I ven ture to say that the fruit-growers of the Hawke...

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Rambles Round the Hawkesbury. UP KURRAJONG HEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

UP KURRAJONG HEIGHTS. "The better the day, the better the deed!" So said one of the trio,   as we bowled along on a sunshiny Sabbath morn to spend a day on " The Heights." I take Kingsley's broad-minded judgment on innocent Sunday recreations for those who are shut in all the week-they're excusable. It is a pretty run through Rich mond, though we found the roads heavy in places with dust, through the long dry spell. Passing Enfield -more commonly called North Richmond-the track improves as it rises, and from thence to the top the rotten-granite formation makes a road the superior of which I don't think I have come across in all my extensive tours through New South Wales. This somewhat counteracts the heavy pull. We pass some beautiful orchards going up, for we are in one of the best fruit-producing parts of the State. The morning air affects the appetite, and we drop into Mr. R. A. Pye's beautiful little property, and refresh ourselves on the Windsorite's oranges and ma...

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SACKVILLE REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

SACKVILLE REACH. Mr. J. Gotta, of Sackville, has just dug a splendid crop of potatoes. Although the season has beena very adverse oue, they are of goad quality. Miss Netta Watkins has recovered from her recent illness, and intends taking a trip to New Zealand, where her sister resides. Her many friends wish her a pleasant voyage and a speedy return. The work of cutting a drain through Dr. Fiaschi's property is being favorably pushed forward. Considering that some of the cleverest engineers failed to carry the work out satisfactorily, it is a feather in Mr. Laraghy's cap to know that it has been successfully accomplished under his able management. Miss Clarassia Fiaschi paid her farewell visit to Tizzana on Sunday hut, prior to her depat ture for Italy on the 21st inst., where her education will be completed. One and all wish her every success in the land of fruit and Howers.

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FENCES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

FENCES GRANTED.   Same, in reply to Mr. Hall's request for several embankments on the Comleroy Road to Crooked Lane, stating that fences at two of the sharpest turns would be carried out when funds for next year became available.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 6 June 1902

Wedding. A quiet wedding was solemnised by the Rev. W. Woods Rutledge (presi- dent of the Methodist Conference) at "Tahlee," Forest Lodge, on Wednesday,   the 14th ultimo. The bridegroom was   Mr. Caleb H. Robards, third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Robards, of Forest     Lodge, and the bride Miss Fanny   Louisa Armour, youngest daughter   of Mr. and Mrs. S. Armour, of Forest Lodge, and sister of Mr. W. Armour, of Windsor. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a handsome dress of cream silk voile, trimmed with satin bands and chif-   fon; a tuille veil was arranged over a wreath of orange blossoms. Her white shower bouquet and diamond and ruby ring were gifts from the bridegroom. There were two brides- maids in attendance—Miss R?     Robards (sister of the bridegroom)   and Miss Annie Green (niece of the   bride), who wore cream cashmer...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

¡ EIFLE SHOOTING. j The Windsor Volunteer Rifle Club leid their third quarterly prize shoot* og on Saturday afternoon last at the ocal range. Following are the scores : 500 600 Tl. Japtaii Paine .. 32 30 62 i.-Corp. Butl.-r 28 28 .56 'rivate A. Lutler 23 28 61 »mate A. Mellish 21 29 51 Vívate J. White 26 25 51 !orp. A. Gilbert 29 29 49 I. C.-Sergt. Duke 31 18 49 'rivate W. Mellish 2 3 22 45 'rivato J. Butler 2¿ 21 43 Prize winners for above club for larch quarter 1902 : Best 2 shoot'gs H'cap Tl. Prize rivate J. White 52 62 20 124 1 rivate E. Eather 59 58 6 123 2 rivate A. Mellish 55 51 15 121 3 apt. Paine... 58 62 scr 120 4 rivate Butler 50 60 20 120 5

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

f, -0- s . The following i» the programmé of [wradea end fixtures for the present nonth for the various military corpa in the district : f D " RICHMOND Cor.. 3RD INFTT. REGT. Tune 14-Club praetice, and (mt competi tion for N R.A. medal. innc 21- Match v. "E " Coy. B.C. at LUh gets*. Team to leave Bichmond by 7.10 a.m. train, (one-28-2 p.m. tliarp ; Club prires com petition at H ich mond range. WiNDspE CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB, rune 18, Third quarterly prize shooting Practice every Wednesday afternoon at Windsor Rifle Range.

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