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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902
WEDDING. One of the prettiest weddings that has taken place in the district for a long time past was that of Miss Hilda Mary Greentree, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Reuben Greentree, of &nbsp; Wilberforce, and Mr. George Sheaves, son of Mr. John Sheaves, of Redfern The ceremony was performed by the &nbsp; Rev. W. S. Newton, at St. John's Church of England, Wilberforce, and was witnessed by a very large assem- blage. Owing to the demand on our space, we are compelled to hold over a lengthy report until next issue.
MRS. M. ALDERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 13 June 1902
MBS, M. ALDERTON. The death of Mrs. Mary Alderton took place at her residence, Gospers' Grove«, Windsor, on Sunday night last, at the advanced age of 84 years. The deceased was a native of Tip perary, Ireland, and came to the colony &nbsp; at the age of 19. She was married to the late Mr. John Alderton in the year 1842, and had a family of seven children, six of whom survive her. She also leaves behind her many grandchildren and great-grandchil dren. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the remains being interred in the Wesleyan Cemetery at McGrath's Hill. The Eev. J. W. Winepear officiated at the grave, and Mr. J. W. Chandler carried out the funeral arrangements.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Wasted Vitality RESTORED TO Robust Health. The Case of %. H SHANNON. (VT OCR BEP RTEB). From faded letters and dimly-remembered talk of those « ho once clung fondly to the legeuds ;n.I traill'lions of old, only & very hazy outline of events can generally be obtained, so fur present requirements it is advisable (o got our information as oppor tunity affords. This object led to a re porter's visit to Mr. ß>tchird Shaunon, of Goganjo, St. J&mes'-road, Waverley, once a resident of Balmain, reference to which fact app&lt; ars below. " When I was living in Birehgrove-road, Dalmain," said Mr. Shannon, " I had an ex fericnuc which lean refer to very feelingly, t is in relation to my health, which gave nie considerable trouble and anxiety. I could not enjoy anything, so yon may guess I was in a bad way. I felt thoroughly knocked out, having no energy in my body to do any work, and looking upon all mutters which came under my notice as being too troublesome to be th...
Wooster's Manures. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Wooster's Manures. In our advertising columns will be seen au announcement of Wooster's manures and fertilizers, which are now coming into favor in the district. Mr. Wooster is a fruitgrower, culti vating over 50 acres, therefore he knowe what he is recommending, and wha* is most suitable. Ee ha» made a special study of manures for the past ten years, and is always pleased to see the growers at the works, where, by seeing the raw material, they eau form their own opinion of the quality of the products. During the past year or two Mr. Wooster ha« supplied large quantities of manure to Kurra jong orchardiscs, who speak , very highly of it. Read advt.
Poultry Notes. ANOTHER REPLY TO MR. HULL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Poultry Ilotes. ANOTHEB BEPLÏ TO MB. HULL. (To the Editor,) Sir,-Zn regard to the criticism on the judges of the Hawkesbury Show, I cannot understand why a gentleman like Mr, Hull talks through his neck like he does, and comes to such false conclusions. In regard' to the Dean fowl and the first prize fowl, there was no comparison between the two ; and if the gentlemen who judged them gave any other decision than tho one that they did give, they would not be worthy of the honor of being called best colonial black-red that had been at the Hawkesbury Show for years, and was a credit to the gentleman thai bred him. The only gentleman that I ever saw with the same class of fowl -a few years back-was the poultry veteran, Mr. F, Nicholls, who was the firet man to breed them to perfection in the Hawkesbury district. In re gard to the prize fowl, he was one of the most perfect that one could wish The prize bird was one of to look at. He was, however, showc to great disadvantage, being in the...
A Word to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
j A Word to Farmers. I A. discussion took place at the I H.D.A.A. tweeting on Friday las*, re- j garding the introduction of new j grasses into the district. Paspalum is a grass which has been successful in many districts similar to the Hawkes bury. At the H.A. College it has been found to do well, and should therefore be a useful grass for the district in general. Mr. E. A. Pye intends experimenting with paspalum, and this week receive! a sample for that purpose. It is a wonderful grass, with great carrying properties A gentleman who has made a study of rarious grasses, writing to Mr. Pye of paspalum grass, says :-"I have a one-acre paddock, from which I cut 2001bs of seed. I then put in thirty milkers for three or four days and nights ; then seven heifers for two week«, and still there is good feed. I am now putting horses in to eat it down. It will take six horses all their time to eat it in a week. You could not do this with any other gras«, and in a drought. It makes splendid h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
SPECIAL VALUES! White Calico, at 3e 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at lOJd and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, le 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8s lld, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s. Single Blankets, white, at 3s lld. Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 4s lld, 5s lld. GRIMWOOD'S Menüs Macintoshes, MADE TO ORDER, 21*. to 42s. Windsor ... Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .G-EORG-E - STREET. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS &lt;JQl>DS and TRIMMINGS. Special Hanges in Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Gochs, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and 1 weeds. Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from ls 3d to 3s 6d. Black Silk Figured Voiles, in 7-yar! lengths. French Figured Dress Goads 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 C...
It Is Said thats [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
$ will have no «bange though lis weather laste. foddVr duties mean a big loss ogling stock owners, gutters in many of our thor res are just as clean as ever, necessaries of lift, get daarer, | re is no orrerponding increase lurchasing capacities. coronation celebrations in this will bear favourable compari h any similar functions in the staging of the comic opera, by Jury," will be as recherche i postible to make it, and the ir School of Arts should be when it is produced. gation restored to Windsor, river or the creek, would le the perpetual stagnation in ¡al government were an estab act we could carry out many of 1 requirements in which Parlia oes not feel disposed to make . footballers are improving in ethods, and score a win now n. imultaneous mission has been success, and many a " brand a snatched from the burning." good turn deserves another, ie least the party can do who i his neighbour's firewood is to what he leaves for the use of vidual he victimises. local parks look more...
"The Humor of It!" (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
"The Humor of III" (To the Editor.) Sir,-ID this morning's papers I ha?e read, with no email degree of amusement, the full text of a resolu tion moved at Monday night's meet ing at Richmond by Mr. C. S. GueBt, and in which I am censured by that gentleman, and am asked to see the error of my ways. Had this resolu tiun been framed and presen ed to the meeting by any other than a person of Mr. C. S. Guest's well-known political versatility, I might, perhaps, have felt somewhat aggrieved ; but having watched his meanderings in the mazes of politics for »om« years past I am somewhat sanguine that when the psyrh'd"g)cal ninni nt ari ives he will, if ii s' ould the better suit him, jut-t as rea ¡ly pi aise where h-« now condemns. Mr. O S Quest hes for some time been bottling up his wrath, and the proper period having arrived wh»»n he might safely uncork, he hts seized an&lt;), no doubt, made good use of the opportunity. I am absolutely uncon cerned as to the opinions held of me by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Are you;peac^JbyJtoiCanigBswy? Are you paying wen tor trihi pestering ? You «reis sure is fate, ll you buy rt th tm. « Mtt'iudi iv * tia House lo lariat ' Ajents end to «tl on credit, vd to Im »«ii Clerks;** the tooM¡e*j*» "md te ti» béd debi asks, ina i tundras ana one otha evttk You pty I« those chino Sm» ¿id trunk. ' GLOBE TEAS ;? are sold free from these expenses Straight (rom oui house to you (hey go. One profit is all you pay. ?r That means a sleek and clean saving to you ol precisely ' Win and it means the highest grade Tea quulity on earth. For instance: Our Globe lils sold lur iB years lor i/i). You know ihat. Now II is exactly 1/4 by the single pound and still less in larger quantities. Every oilier blend is down to a like rana GOOD TEA - et«, pct fe. CHOICE TEA ? ? 1/3 per BL FINE TEA - I/. . Bul Tu tn Aialrelu, l/» " lt pays to order (rom us lor Cash. We dispatch every. ? .order post-haste. Samples and a book free. ATÔHÉRLÈY & DAWSON, . . Ti» MUrOMftNT*. - . 284 ...
CURRENT CHATTER. [BY MAX KOLDEN.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
[BY MAX KOLDBN.] Í Lord Hopetoun's resigned, AtM him I'll remind That men are alive Who'd darned boon arrive, ?And grab hiß " small screw " Without much ado. So, Hopetoun, go home And leave us alone ; You want too much "brass" For men of your class. "Your equal will come As sure as a gun, And gkdly he'll say, " Tm getting good pay ! " That illustrious, debonair rara avis, Earl Hopetoun, finds it -impos sible to live over in Australia on a paltry ten thousand a year. Add this "miserable pittance" to the £75,000, which he draws from his English property, and then the total is only eighty-five thousand. Pooh ! They expect a man to entertain " sassiety " on that. Isn't it enough to make a man strike his grand mother ? True, the President of America-he who rules over eighty million souls - drags along on £10,000 a year, and so does the Canadian Prime Minister; and the President of the Swiss Confederation actually lives on £720 a year. But those men must be " mighty savin' and economicat,...
H. D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Association w#îieîa;fw the :*ttpw> ground on Friday afternoon last, when there were present:-Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A. (president, in the chair), Mesera. G. E. Woodhill, H. Paneton, Skuthorp, A. Tuokerman, J. G. j Percival, A. Hannabue, W. W. J Stevenson, H. Stevenson, fi. 0. Ezzy, W. Mitchel), G. Davis, A. Mottram, S. Cox, G. Cobcroft, E. Turnbull, J. T. Gosper, B. Gonion, G. Nicholls, and C. S. Guest (secretary). CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. 0. Kenny, re his account dealt with at last meeting, and stating that when he made the agreement tbe stallion parade was not in vogue. He considered he was entitled to bp paid at once. Messrs Woodhill, Cobcroft, and Nicholls supported Mr. Kenny's con tention, and the meeting decided to pay tbe account forthwith. Little and Co. wrote enclosing an account for Singer and Co. for adver tising in the catalogue, which the Association had st pulated to pay. This was also pas*ed for payment. Voluminous correspondence from ] the Agricultural Societies' Union ...
Football [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Football Windsor Juniors journeyed to Rich mond on Saturday and met the Richmond Juniors. After an exciting contest, more squelch than science being infused into the game, the visitors won by a try (3 points), which the Windsors failed to convert into a goal. Bert Hall secured the try. Bellicose harrackers were in evidence everywhere.
CITRUS FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
OITRU¿ FRUIT TREES. Replying to Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A., in the Legislative Assembly on Tues day evening last, Mr. Kidd said there were abmt 6 acres of land under citrus fruit trees at the Han kesbury Agricultural Collepo. Experiments with various inércticides had been niade tinco the orchard was plante'). Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid gas was so successful that one fumigation a year kept the orchard clean. 1 he coBt of treatment with this gas was £S 3s for treating 276 tree?, with cyanide costing 1B 4d per lb. As cyanide could now be obtained at from lld to ls per lb., and sulphuric acid at 10s per cwt, the cost would be much less at the present tim**.
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Tennis. Teams representing Windsor and Richmond, played a match on the latter's court on Saturday afternoon last, Richmond winning by 17 games. Afternoon tea was provided by the Richmond ladies, during the progress of the match, and a very pleasant time spent. Following ate the scores : J T. Tebbutt and F. Boughton v. C. Pitt and E. H. Street, 2-12. J. T. Tebbutt and F. Boughton v. Helsham and Â. Stewart, 2-12. Podmore and Fowler v. Helsham and A. Stewart, 11-8. Podmore and Fowler v. C. Pitt and E. H. Street, 11-11. Totals-Bichmond, 43 games ; Windsor, 26 games.
Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 15. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 15. CHTJBCH OF ENGLAND. Windsor, St. Matthew's, ll a.m. (Holy Communion) ; 3 p.m., Children's Service ; 7 p.m., Special Mission Services. Bev. M. Archdawn, M.A. Coronation Services on Thursday next at ll a.m. and 3 p.m. Special Mnsic. Eichmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. Rev. J. Howell Price, Rural Dean. The Vineyards, 3.30 p.m. (Holj Com munion), Bev. S. G. Fielding. Kurrajong Heights, ll; St. Stephen's,7 , North Bichmond, 3, Salis Flats 3. St. Albans, ll and 7 ; Upper McDonald, 2.30, Bev, W. H. Bogers. Wiseman's Ferry, 3, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 8 a.m. ; Evening Devo tions 7 o'clock. Riverstone, 10 a.m. Rev. B. McDonnell. St. Monica's, Bichmond, Mass 10 a.m., Rosary and Benediction 7.30 p.m. Rev. M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Ber. J. W. Winspear ; 7, Supply. Bichmond, ll, Supply; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. North Richmond, ll, Mr. M. Myers. - Kurrajong, 2.30, Mr. M, Myers. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. C. ...
HERALD PRINTING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902
HERALD PRINTING WORKS. Orders for placards and handbills, urgently required, can be executed on short notice. Bill heads, memoran dums, and general commercial work, turned out in an artistic manner, and at rea onable cost It is as easy to do things artistically as crudely, and some of the latest designs of type have been procured, in order to enable the Proprietors' co turn out the best qual ity cf work. Our specimens will com mend themselves, and trial orders are solicited. The great Richmond demonstra tion to-day ! Windsor next Friday ! Our best wishes for the success of both. Our best greetings to all the re turned soldiers 1 Mr. Brinsley Hall, our peaceful Member, has suddenly developed fighting proclivities. Nor need he in future be so modest about his oratori cal powert1, after his long speech at Wheeney, his three hours' go at North Richmond, and his similar flight at Richmond. Mr. Fitzpatrick says he is coming up again, as he must have his say after the new developments of M...