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REDBANK CREEK BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

IvEDBANK CREEK BRIDGE. From Public Works Department, in reply to a request from the Kurra jong Progress Association for the widening of the Redbank Oreek Bridge, on the road from Richmond Bridge to Mount Wilson, stating that the work cannot be undertaken, but when the time comes to renew the structure the question will then be considered.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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REITRES AS ACCOUNTANT OF WINDSOR SAVINGS BANK. AFTER 50 YEARS' SERVICE. HIS SON, MR. R. B. WALKER, J.P., APPOINTED AS HIS SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

HIß SON, MB, Ii. B. WALKI J.P., APPOINTED AS HIS SUCCESSOR, After 50 yeats* faithful sei vite, and on account of his advanoed ago, the Hon, W. Walker, M.L.O, bat decided upon retiring from the man agement of the Windsor (Savings Bank at the end of tue present month. His xebigua.ion has been accepted by the Board iu Sydney, with an expres sion by them in a letter to Mr. Walker, that they desire to place ou record their high appreciation of the services rendered to the Bank by him during the 50 years be has occupied the position as Accountant at Windsor. Since Mr. Walker took charge of the Bank it has gradually riten, until now it ranks among the mast important branches in the State. 'laking into consideration the great number of public institutions with which Mr. Walker is connected, the time taken up in the Legislative Council, and also attending to his professional duties, his fiity years record is au honorable one, and worthy of a place on the banking records of the day. The numer...

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A NECESSARY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

A NECESSARY WORK. The fences around St. Matthew's O. E Cemetery are in a very bad state of repair, and the trustees are making an effort to have them thoroughly renovated. Those having friends and relatives buried in the church ground are kindly asked to assist with contributions, which will be thankfully received by Mr. A. Berckelman, hon. treasurer. The marriage of Miss Elsie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Smith, of Freeman's Keach, and Mr. George Clothier, is announced for Wednesday July 2, at St. Matthew's Church of England, Wi idsor. Mulgrave goods-shed was broken into on Tuesday night last, and three bags of chaff stolen. We had a visit on Saturday from Mr. Tighe Byan, the editor of the "Catholic Press." We knew Mr. Ryan of old - on the "Gundagai Times." He is one of the smart school ; and on a country paper could not give his ready pen the chance that he can now. Rev. B. Dinning, of Penrith (for merly of Windsor), has lost a brother -Mr. George Dinning, of Kiama, one ...

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A NEW AUCTIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

A NEW AUCTIONEER. Mr. Alfred Ranger notifies that he has commenced business as an auc tioneer, valuer, and general commie «on agent. He intends holding horse and cattle sales at the Royal hotel mart on the last Saturday in every month ; and he has already a lot of business to commence with. The first 6ale takes place on the 28th instant. Persons having horses and cattle to dispose of should keep this date in view. Mr. Ranger is an old hand at the hammer, and should do well Vide advt.

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H. D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

Atipólo! "A committee meeting of the above association was held on the show ground on Friday afternoon last,: when there were present, Mr. B, Hall, M.L.A. (president in the chair), Rev, J. Howell-Price, Messrs. P. H. Ridge, H. Dunston, S. Gow, H. Skuthorp, A. Tuckerman, H. C. Ezzy, H. Stevenson, J. G. Percival, W. Stevenson, G. Davis, J. Hall, ,G. Cobcroft, R. Turnbull, S. Cox, G. Greentree, J. Dickson, J. W. Farlow, G. Nicholls, A. Hannabus, P. A. Holland, R. B. Walker, A. Mottram, J. T. Town, and C. S. Guest (secretary). ACCOUNTS. A number of accounts were sub mitted for payment, including one for £10 from Mr. C. Kenny. The secretary explained that Mr. I Kenny's work for the year was finished, and he thought he was entitled to the amount claimed. There wrs a stipulation made that Mr. Kenny was to assist at the stallion parade when it took place. On the motion of Mr. Cobcroft the accounts were passed for pay ment, including Mr. Kenny's, with the understanding the latter was to rend...

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The Public Wants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

The Public Wants. Mr. Brinsley Hall, State Member for the Hawkesbury, has kiudly sent us correspondence, of which the following is a digest.

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[?] THE RICHMOND BRIDGE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

M n in in 11 i i^nV Í the bill for ¿be oonstrupti'in of the North Richmond bridge), sn indigna tion meeting is to be ,faeul at North Richmond to-morrow night. It is rumoured Mr. J. 0. li; Fitzpatrick will be there, to answer Mr. Bull's remarks about bim. A meeting is also to be held at Richmond on Monday^pight. 'ihe requisition to the Mayor to convene the meeting was signed by the follow ing :-Messrs. Ridge, Guest, simpson, Reynolds, G. E. Woodhill, Donohoe, Cambridge, Johnson, C. S. Icely, F. S. Woodhill, Pryke, Rienwn-rshueider, Chivera, Rev. J. Howelltrice, A. H. Johnson, C. Icely, Allison, Lawson, Helsbam, W. Sly, II. F. ¡Sly, Dyer, Newman, Stead, J. T. Drayton, J. R. Mitchell, E. Marlin, Klein, Holds worth, Horn, A. Hough, Orchard, Hill, J. Waters, C. Knott, H. Morti mer, E. S. Paull, T. Biddle, E. Paull, A. Inall, W. T. CharleyrL. F. Whee ler, and H. S. Phipps. Vide advts. re above meetings. (To the Editor.) Sir, - After calmly previewing the salient features of Saturday night...

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RELIGIOUS. Simultaneous Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

RELIGIOUS. Simultaneous Mission. j On Sunday afternoon last the atoro Mission, in which the Anglican, Pres byterian, Methodist, and Baptist Churches in the Hawkesbury district are uniting, made a start at Richmond. Au improvised platform was arranged near the pavilion in the park, and < besides the children from the var ous churches in Richmond, there -was a large -gathering of adults. Bata threatened during the day, which pre vented many from being present, but, however, the opening service cm well be said to be a successful one. On the platform w ere-Rev. Dr. Cameron (Presbyterian), Rev. Dr. Clouston (Presbvteriau), of Glebe, «Sydn9y, and Rev. E. A Colveu (Church of Eng land), of Dulwich Hill. Miss Chal mers presided at the organ, which was placed on the platform. Pro ceedings were cosuaeaced bj a> wmm> t&lowWmVkfpy&thyWv ^vPtír.^mmón^XriQiwi îiymo, j'When He Cometh," was eung, and the Ber. Dr. Olouaton read a passage of scripture. The choirs from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

VALUES! White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at lOJd and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8s lld, 10s 6d, 12s ?d, 15s. Single Blankets, white, at 3s lid. Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 4S lld, 5s lld. GRIMWOOD'S Meat's Macintoshes, MADE "^ORDER, 21s. to 42s. Windsor ... Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .GEOECxE - STREET. A Beautiful Display of KEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. Special Ranges in Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Cloths, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and Tweeds. Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from 1& 3d to 3s Gd. 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 double-width Bengalenes at ls 3d. A Splendid Assortment of Applique and Sequinned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique Collarettes, and B...

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A Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

jit the lovIUtfoj1$,$í, and MM, W. Smith, of Copeland Village, Free man's Keach, a number of friends assembled at their residence to join in a welcome borne to their son, Hr. Walter Smith, who returned, from tba war last week in the Aurania. Dan cing commenced about 7 p.m., and was kept up till about midnight, occasionally interspersed with a song or pianoforte solo. Everything went as merry as a marriage bell, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed them selves. Refreshments were provided by the genial host and hostess, and all present were loud id their praises of the few pleasant hours spent. The returned soldier received a hearty welcome from all, an 1 congratulations were bestowed on him from all sides. Mr. A. Gill carried out the dutieB of M C. in a most efficient manner, and the music supplied by Messro. Case, Ghogoiy, and H. Smith, was all that could be desired. Those present were Mesdames D. liutter, J. Brewer, CAS?, Gregory, and Morlan ; Misses E. Smith, M. Morlan, C. Alcorn, A. F...

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SOCIAL. A Return Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

SOCIAL A Return Dance. On Wednesday night last the Union Hall was filled with a merry throng of lovers of the " mazy whirl," when a number of Windsor young ladies gave a retara dance to the show ball .held recently. Miss Woodgate and tina troMumr roipöetively, and wltí other*, Cortad the íunotíon up to « Tory euooessful issue, There were plenty there, the floor waa io splendid order, the music-supplied bj Miss Wiggins on the piano-excellent, and all other details right up to the mars Messrs, F. Woodgate and L. Paull carried out the duties of M's O. mott efficiently. The catering was in the hands of Mrs. J. O'Brien, and the first-class spread gained praises from all. Muses H. Pearson, O'Brien, and Mr. 0. Paine waited on the tables, and left nothing to be desired. During the night Mr. Peter Molloy favored the company with a step-dance, and Miss Ruby and Master J. Allen played extras. Mr. O'Brien very kindly gave the hall free of charge, and assisted in other ways to make the function ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

-AND - Returned Soldiersïî^GeDtion -AT RICHMOND, FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1902. SUB-COMMITTEES. SCHOOL CHIL DREN'S SPORTS. TO START AT 12 NOON. Dr. Helsham E. H. Street W. C. Bootle A. W. Sly G. Cobcroft Mr. Christie John Smith H. Collins J. Donohoe PERMANENT MEMORIAL Rev. J. J. F. L. Fergusson Rev. J. H. Price P. H. Kidge E. H. Street G. E. Collett Dr. Helsham TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. TO START AT 6 O'CLOCK, P.M. DIRECTORS : Sergt.-Major Davidson 6ergt.-Major Morris, D.S.Q. CAMP FIRES, ETC. S. F. Dunston J. Illingworth S. Orchard W. Mitchell W. J. Kelly TOWN DECORA TIONS. W. H. Pacey H. C. Ezzy E. Woodhill S. E. Rutledge E. Campbell J. R. Mitchell G. Bailey A. Price E. Fzzy A. Brooks C. Icely C. J. Lawson A. Biddle H. Skuthorp And all other members of General Committee not spec ially named. ELECTRIC LIGHTING. C. H. Ausburn MUSICAL ITEMS. J. W. Allison G. E. Woodhill FIREWORKS, AT 7 P.M. J. C. Horn G. E. Woodhill SOCIAL, TO OPEN AT 9 P.M. SPORTS. IßT BACB AT 12 NOON. 1 Boys between-the age o...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

"* L0OAL L4ND BOARD. Tho Ixxial Land Board, ©oneialtog of Messrs, Bennie, Franklin, Bagar, and Kennedy, concluded, on Saturday last, a lengthy sitting extending over four days. Fifty cae es were heard principally concerning the re-appraise ment of conditional purchases. In most instances substantial reductions were made.

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RICHMOND. A PRESENT OF CIGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

afternoon last, the secretary quietly prepared a number of pieces of {taper -some marked with a cross, and others left plaiu-and placing them in a hat, allowed each member present to «ii aw one. When all were anxious ly waiting to know what wa« going to take place, Mr. Guest handed a fra grant cigar to each who had secured a crosbed paper, lt was a present from Mr. G. M. Kilduff, who had kiudly handed them to Mr. Guest to distribute at the meeting. They were real '. bonser*," and highly appreciated. In our report of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sullivan s silver wedding last week an error crept in. It read that Mrs. Sullivan .was sister to the late Mrs. J. Long, which is not correct, as Mrs. Long was a sitter to the late Mrs. E. Skuthorp, and Mrs. Hole was Mrs. Skuthorp's daughter. Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A.., has secured a grant of £50 for fencing and improv ing Richmond general cemetery. Also a public holiday in the Hawkes bury electorate on Friday next, and the closing of all Public Schools within a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

WANTED. APPRENTICE to the Trade. Apply, " Herald " Office. LOST. BAY PONY, long tail, branded Kn on near shoulder. Reward on returning to J. PFK, Riverstone, or R. 1VERY, Blacktown. TO LET. COMFORTABLE 5-roomed Two Storey RESIDENCE, in Bell-street, Windsor. Every convenience, Low Rent to Good Tenant. Apply, «' HERALD " OFFICE. TO LET. COTTAGE, Four Rooms and Kitchen, Georgc-Btreet, Windsor ; newly done np, Rent, 5s per week. Apply, "HERALD" OFFICE. TO LET. TWO-STOREÏ DWELLING, 4 Rooms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor, Bent, 8s 6d pei week. Gas laid on, if required, for reliable tenant. Apply, « HERALD " OFFICE. WINTER RACE MEETING, Saturday, 5th July. THE following will be sold on the Race course at 3 p w. on TUESDAY, 21TH JONE, 1902: Tbe l>ger ß.^th Two Leger Refreshment Stalls The Bight« nf the Entrance Oates Thc Bight of Printing and Belling Baw Books for one or three years Public Meeting. To Ilia Worship, The Mayor of Richmond. SIB,-We, the onlersigne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods'Great Peppermint Cure. ls. 6d.* r.s.-Please call at Harrj Bowman's, »nd JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, " ¡ra «JIL^CW&ÉS^ WISHES to return his Sincere Thanks to bis Richmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favor* at such incon venience to themselves by corning to Wind sor, and has much pU asure in intimating that he has now OPKNED A 6HOP in RICH MOND, wiih a Stock most com plete and up-to date in all branches, which bc intends sell ing ot PRICES THAT WILL DKFV COM PliTI HON. HOESE BUGS. Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LlNr.8 iu Harness, Collars, Saddles, Bide Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. C*LL AND ÍNSP¿CT. airare House, of Australia. W THE SOIL. Manures for all Gröps. Special Potato Manures. GEO, SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT - ST JrtlE IDT, STDNET. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, GEOKG-Xt-ST., WINDSOR, B EG to announce to the Reside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Riohmond, 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 if desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONE UPO li THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be execnted at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FBEB. TEE DEUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly op-to-date and replete witb all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour 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. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. Coley. GEORGE STBEET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &o. WM. WALK...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") VI. KOBE (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

A Trip to tiie Land of He Rising Sun. [ßr J. ll. MITCHELL] (For the " Herald.") VI. KOBE (continued). We next moved to the Japanese Garden, Koraku-En, renowned right throughout Japan as a thoroughly representative one, being free from any imported ideas of landscape gardening, and the result only of Japanese taste in natural, pictorial art, in which they excel, lt is a happy blending of mimic lakes, bridges, and hillocks, in a setting of blooms and other flowering plants. Little arbors for rest are found in every unexpected corner of the large grounds. Afc the time of my visit it was not the time of the year for the garden to show to advantage. I should have been there in the spring or autumn, when Nature is at her loveliest. Having au hour to spare before returning to dinner, we went up to the Surra-Yama - a spur of the» rauge behind Kobe. The place ia crowned ..Vby ' tea houses, not favourable "k^^^î^^^^*^^ spot commands au extensive view of the town and sea shore. The Right is so...

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Poultry Notes. LETTER BY " THE FANCIER." IN REPLY TO MR. HULL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

Poultry Notes. LETTER BY " THE FANCIER." IN BEPLY"TO~MB. HULL. (To the Editor.) Sir,- With reference to Mr. James Hull's criticism on the show exhibits : I have been a member of the Hawkes bury Bhow for many years, and have worked hard to make the poultry and Eigeon sections a success. I have ept fancy pigeons for the last twenty years, and have imported from Eng land the best strain of blood that could be obtained from the leading pigeon fanciers in England. I never kept them to make a fortune, nor to lose a fortune ; but my name could always be seen when the cards wera up at the leading shows in New South Wales. 1 also kept Australian game. On my departure for England £ decided to dispose of my fowls and pigeons. The highest price I got was 25s. for a black red cockerel. The hens brought me 10s. each. The pigeons sold well. Two pouters brought £2 each, and the small class brought per pair from 30s. to £2. I am very fond of good game fowls. I like to see them good. And I like to se...

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[?] C. R. C. v. "D" RICHMOND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902

J. 0. ß. 0. v. "D" RICHMOND COMPANY. On Saturday afternoon last the Windsor Civilian EifleClub and "D' ichmond Coy., 3rd Infantry Regi ent, tried conclusions on the Eich end range. The conritions were n men aside, seven shots each at )0 and 700 yards ranges. Mr; F. annabus, of the Civilians, made top ore for the day with 60, with Mr. F. uest, of Eichmond, second with 59. reat interest was taken in the match, rty or fifty spectators, including a imber of ladies being present. The ivilians added another victory to eir score, winning this match by 6 >ints. At the conclusion of the j atch the teams lined up, and Captain amrock, after declaring the Civilians | inners, said he hoped it would be a arning to his selection committee to ck the best men, as he considered e team weak. If he had been ha nded he considered he could have | ade more than the difference. He id looked forward to the match with eat interest, but never had the least i tubts but that his team would be ptorious, and h...

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