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H. D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

H. D. A. Association. ! The i.uiiuftl meeting of the members nf th» H. D. \. Association will be held uf th . show ground on Friday, July 2o, at 2 p.m., for the purpose of (t) irt-fiving and adopting the report of th' "iit/.iing c<>iii'iiittee and the Ti :»su<et'f balannu ^!le^i^ (2) electing ofhV beavers for th" then current year (?") transacting any business of wlik-.ii due notice shall have been given, i i.. íí°n4n^i?JíA.ío"" ofhV must be in the hands "ot. ihe^eefa^ry^Mr. C. S.

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Windsor Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

Windsor Hospital. WE took run over the above institution during the week and found every thing in splendid order, and the matron, Miss Risbey, with her hands full. At the present time there are 17 inmates in the institution, 14 males and 3 females, and all the old people are quite happy, and speak highly of the treatment received. On the casual list are Mrs. J. Phipps, of Richmond Bottoms, Buffering from rheumatism; Mr. J, Hannah, St. Albans, severe burns on the bands; Mr. James Dargin, lumbago ; Mrs Buokridge, Webb's Creek; and Miss Preston, Kurrajong.

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RIVERSTONE. BICYCLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

--PB RIVERSTONE.   BICYCLE RACES. On Saturday last, the Riverstone Bicycle Club held an afternoon's bicycle sports on the local track. There were about 200 people present, and everything passed off well. The town band played appropriate selec tions during the afternoon. Follow ing are the results : MEMBER'S BACE-1 mile. J. Corless, 150yds . 1 A. Parkhill, scr..2 H. Johnson, 90yds.3 Time, 2min. 501/2 scs. OLD BUFFER'S RACE -1 mile. J. Ouvrier, scr. . 1 J. H. Cragg, 35yds.2   Time, 3min. 351/2 scs. MEMBER'S RACE-2 miles. A. Parkhill, scr. . 1 G. Lane, 200yds .2 J. Stokes, 175yds ... ... 3 Time, 6min. 5 scs. MEMBER'S RACE- 3 miles. G. Lane, 250yds ... .1 J. Corless, 350yds.2 H. Johnston, 260yds.3 Time, 9min. 361/4 scs. Local business people are anxious ly awaiting the settlement of the slaughtermen's demands. Sickness is very prevelant here just now. Mrs. J. Shoular is in a low state, and Mrs. R. J. Wheeler ÍE ' improving, after a protracted illness. The socia...

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Welcome Home. TO RETURNED SOLDIERS AT FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

MWM« yyj*-. «¿I TO sértJBÑSD SOt/DIEHS AT FREEMAN'S BEACH. On Monday night last th« Freeman's Beach folk turned out right loyally to a welcome home tendered to a number of recently returned soldier", who had represented the Beach in the South African war. The function was held under the auspices ot the Freeman's Beach Progress Association, and took the form of a tea and social evening. A spacious marquee bad been built alongside the church hall by Messrs J. W. Farlow, W. Turnbull, B. Hib berr, M. Voller, and others, and over 100 persons were seated to a sumptu ous array of dainty edibles, the catering for which was done by Mr. Joe. Allen in hie usual good style. Much praise is due to Mr. J. Lines, the secretary of the P.A., for the manner he had worked to make the function the suc cess it was. Visitors from all parts of the district were present, including Lieutenant B. B. Walker and a num. ber of Windsor Lancers. It was quite a happy gathering, and a great com pliment of respect to...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1902. THAT RICHMOND BRIDGE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

WiNDSOH, FLIPPY, JOME 20, I9U2. THAT RICHMOND BRIDGE ! The leading local topic is still the rumpus over the Richmond bridge. Readers will see that we have givt n rather long-winded reporta of the two meetings held since our last issue. Yards .md yards of ppeeches ! Pages and pages of it ! The repro duction cf such a flew is o doubt a unique thing in country journalism. The cynically inclined may say we have served it lip cd nauseam : but, we have been specially requested to lay the whole pros and cons before the public, and ve can only trust that our spe tl effort to comply with the requtát will not go unap preciated. It is not a question of such transcendental juipor^nc«, perhaps, as the federation OL the "world X Bo.t in, our own little world -th" Hawkesbury district-it is everyt' ing, for the time being. Feel ing has run high. Charges hare been made ; charges have been answered ; and-it seems it is not nearly all over yet. Whilst human nature is what it is, these matters take som...

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THE Richmond Meeting. UNANIMOUSLY CONDEMNS THE ANTI-BRIDGE PETITIONS. RESENTS IMPUTATIONS ACAINST RESIDENTS OF RICHMOND. INDICNANT WITH THE "INTERFERENCE OF Mr. FITZPATRICK, M.P." EXONERATES Mr JESSEP. ENTHUSIASTIC CHEERS FOR Mr. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

THE Richmond - Meeting. UNAN1MÓUSLY CONDEMNS THE ANTI-BRIDGE PETITIONS. RESENTS IMPUTATIONS ACAÎNST RESIDENTS OF RICHMOND. INDICNANT WITH THE "INTERFER ENCE OF Mr. FITZPATRICK, M.P." EXONERATES Mr JESSEP. ENfHÜSIAStlß CHEERS FOR Mr. HAU, This meeting, was held, in .the re freshment room of the , Richmond School of Arts on Monday night, and waa. attended by about 150. The chair was occupied hy the Mayor of Rich mond (Mr. E. Campbell). The Mayor explained the object of the meeting, and read the réquisition presented to him praying for £he meet ing to be held. ( It was usual, be said, for requisitions .to be signed by only a few, hui ho ventured to say Ibis was. the most numerously-signed requisi tion ever presented, to a Mayor of , Richmond. (Applause.) He. read a letter of apology from Mr, P. > H, Ridge, who said his sympathies were thoroughly with the meeting and their protest against the two societies in having thp petitions presented, after the great trouble Mr. Hall had. taken...

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Now School at Ebenezor. OPENING DAY. (By our Special Representative). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

(By our Special Representative). The opening of the handsome new public school at Ebenezer took place on Wednesday. It was a gala day. , The Minister for Public Instruc tion (Mr. Perry) was to have been up to perform the ceremony. Un fortunately, however, at the laBt moment, the hon. gentleman found he could not keep his appointment, owing to pressing exigencies in the shape of an important cabinet meet ing. The breach was ably filled by the Hon. William Walker, M.L.C., of Windsor, who is chairman of the Public School Board. Suitable weather prevailed. It was bright and bracing-a good day for a run oat. A fair breeze blew ; just as if it had been specially arranged for, in order to flip-flap all the flags and bunting that gaily decorated the school-top, or arched the entrances to the grounds. By noon a big crowd had assembled. The school roll is 53-33 boys, 20 girls. There's an average attend ance of 43, but Wednesday seemed to have magnetted pretty well the full complement. Dad and...

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MILITARY. NOTICES TO QUIT AT THE END OF THE MUNTH [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

_ j NOTICES TO QUIT AT THE EN» OF THE MUNTH Some developments tuok piece on Tuesday last in connection with the scheme for re-oi gani»-ing the military forces of the Commonwealth. Oe Saturday last, Brigadier-General Finn warned three or four non-rommis&ioned officers that it was likely that their services would be dibptmstd with, in consrquence of the necessary re arrangement of the New South Wales forces. But it was sot titi Tuesday that they received an official notifica tion. Several received notices inform ing them that their sei vices were to be dispensed with after the 3Cth inst In notifying the men, General Finn expressed fcreat regret that euch steps had to be taken, and referred to the long and honorable service that they had rendered to the State. Among the names of those who have been given notice is Staff-Quartermaster riergrant W. Parker, 3rd Infantry Regiment, Richmond. This is all part of the general scheme worked out by Major-General Hutton, in con nection wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return bis Sincere Thanks to hts Bich mo ad and Kurrajong Patrons tor their esteemed favori at such incon venience to themselves by comingto Wind sor, and has much pliasure in intimating that be has now OPENED A I SHOPfnlilCH MüND, wiih a Stock most com plete and np-to d ate in all I branches, which he intends sell-' ine at 1'li I CES THAT WILL DJÍFY COM Pb-Tll'lON. HORSE RUGS. Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINKS in Harness Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of tho £i¡ade. CALL AND INSPJCT. if Australia, RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT-STBEET, S"3TID JSTE^ST. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, OEOROE-ST^ 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 Dispose of Proper...

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. For the "Herald." VII. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

A Wp to Itew Zealaipf. THE WONDERLAND :OF AUS TRALASIA. ' [By Rev. S. G. Fielding, author of " The Southern Light," " Down to the Sea in Ships," etc.] For th© « Herald." VII. Close to Pohatu, the large geyser, I is a great well of boiling water, called Te Hira, which is constantly rising an J falling ; as it rises it boils and bubbles furiously all the time, giving off dense clouds of steam. I saw it boil nearly up to the brim of the crater, with thousands of glassy bubbles of dazzling brilliancy dancing upon its surface, then with a rush and a roar up went a steaming column of water. At the foot of this geyser is another called the Torpedo, from the constant explo sions which are taking place beneath its surface. We eat down to watch j these wonders, but the place on ; which I eat was so hot that I was compelled to move. We next climbed up a slight elevation, on the top of - ' which is the Wjkite "geyser, wh^b ? believe haa only been active-Jta^Sí ^ the Tarawera eruption. Its water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

Ohemißt & Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. Toeth OD Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and uold. Fit, beauty and natara! appearance guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, a ad without the extraction of stamps if desirei. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality, ill Dental Work being DONK UPO.*. THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be execnted at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FEBK. THE DEUQ DEPARTMENT «Ul be foood thoroughly op-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for th? iroper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch Four Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for aflMavits for New South Wales, Sonth australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. Coley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, <&c...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") VII. YOKOHAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

A Trip to tiie Laqd of tiie Rising Sun. [Br J. lt. MITCHELL] (For the " Herald.") VII. YOKOHAMA. Having made the best of our short stay iu Kobe, we boarded our good ship for our three hundred and fifty miles which separated us from our terminus, and the good old" Rosetta" sustained her reputation by accom plishing it at knots the whole way, anchoring off the Hotoba Jetty early on Sunday morning, Decem ber ¿Hst, safe and sound at our des tination. After exchanging good byes with the skipper and his officers, who had, without exception, exerted themselves throughout the whole trip to make UB comfortable, we set about securing quarters dur ing our stay in Yokohama ; several porters and attendants from the principal hotels were very much in evidence on board, each one having its own steam launch to convey patrons to their hotels. Having decided on a private hotel (*' Beverley House"), recommended by a lady Missionary, a native of South Aus tralia, who had been spending a holiday with he...

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ndignation Meetings. AT RICHMOND AND NORTH RICHMOND. Rising of the People! The Row over the Richmond Bridge. rinsley Hall hits out from the shoulder. Condemns the Anti-Bridge Movement. stacks the Honorable Member for Rylstone. The North Richmond Meeting. A Stormy Time. Mr. Fitzpatrick, M.P., on his Defence. Counter Petition Signed. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

ndignation Meetings. m RICHMOND AND NORTH RICHMOND. Rising of the People! The Row over the Richmond Bridge. rinsley Hall hits out from the shoulder. Condemns the Anti-Bridge Movement. :tacks the Honorable Member for Rylstone. ie North Richmond Jleefing. A Stormy Time. lr. Fitzpatrick, M.P., ! on his Defence. Counter Petition Signed. The largest meeting ever held at Orth Richmond was that which, in jponse to advertisements and cir lars, assembled at Mr. Pacey's otel on Saturday night last, in der to take some steps to veto the avement by some of the Kurrajong opie to get the erection of the iffic bridge at Richmond deferred, liding an inquiry into- the claims r a railway. A large storeroom is improvised as a hall, and was ill lighted and comfortably ar nged by Host Pacey. The at ttdance numbered about 250. inongst the gathering was Mr. J. L. Fitzpatrick, Member for Eyl >ne, who attended in order to ewer the charges made against mjselfhy Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P., the Wheeney Creek m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

- WINDSOR CORONATION^ -AND . . Peace Celebration PROGRAMME. Friday 27th Juney1902 6.30 P.M. ist ROCKET. j N.S. W. Lancera-Richmond and, Windsor I Half-Squadrons 1 13rd lofty. Regt. - Richmond and Windsor j * Companies 1 Demonstration on Windsor Bridge and ( Approaches. 2 i Fcu-de-joie-Musketry-300 rounds. ) Boyal Salute-Cannon-60 guns. 3 Illuminations of Banks of Hawkesbury River and Windsor Bridge. 4 Ascent of 20 feet Fire Balloon. 5 Discharge of Rockets from Rocket Oun. 6 Shell from 8 inch Mortar. The Procession Will then be formed from the fol lowing bodies : Mounted Police. N.S.W. Lancers. BAND. Returned Soldiers (Dismounted) 3rd Infantry Regiment W. C. R. Club. Fire Brigade. Loyal Prince of Wales Oddfellows, M.U. After PARADING THE TOWN the PROCESSION will RETURN to THOMPSON SUÜARE, when PATRIOTIC SPEECHES WILL BE DELIVERED, AND APPROPRIATE SONGS SUNG. All Returned Soldiers are In vited to Attend and Take Part. J. J. PAINE, 1 BRINSLEY HALL, I p A. D. FOWLER, l£xecuí ve A. C. HA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

Notice of Application for a Colonial Wine License. IWILLIAM JAMBS CHASËLING PEN 9 DEBGA8T, of Windsor, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will, at the next Quarterly Licensing Court, to be holden at Windsor on the 4th day of July, 1902, apply for a certificate aithorisiug the issue of a COLONIAL WINE LICENSE for a house situate at George-Btreet, Windsor, of the amount value of £-. Dated the 18th day of June, 1902. W. J. C. PENDERGAST, The Licensing Court, Windsor. Pinkstone & Collison, LAND & PROPERTY AGENTS, HAVE FOE SALE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES : Comfortable 5-roomed Two-storey Residence, with balcony, out-houses, and every con venience, in Hell-street, Windsor. Cheap. Five Splendid Building Allotments, situate at Newtown, Windsor, with frontage to George-Btreet, ' and easy distance from Railway Station. Will sell in one or more lots on easy terms. Four-roomed Cottage, situate George-street, Windsor. A comfortable home. Two-storey Dwelling, George-...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

RIFLE SHOOTING. The third quarterly prize shooting in connection with thu Windsor Lancer Ivifle Club was held on the U cal range on Saturday afternoon last. The con ditions were, 7 ehots each at 500 and GOO yards. Following are the highest scores: Name 500 600 Tl. Sj-S.-Mijdr'Morris 28 30 ; 58 Trooper A. J. Farlow 27 27 54 Sergt A. J. Owens 29 22 51 Trooper W. Brewer 27 23 60 Corporal Blackett 24 23 47 Trooper 8. 8. Hibbert 20 25 45 Corporal F. Collison 23 17 40 Trooper P. Bushell 16 21 40 The following is the programme of parades and fixtures for the present month for the various military corps in the district :- - *D" RICHMOND Cor.. 3BD THFTY. REGT. Jane 21-Match v. "B " Coy. B.C. st Lith gow. Team to leave Richmond by 7.10 a.m. train. June 28-2 p.m. sharp ; Club prir.es com petition at Richmond range. WINDSOR CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. Practice every Wednesday afternoon at Windsor Rifle Bange. "A" Windsor Coy., 3rd Infantry Regiment, will hold a rifle practice on the range at 2 o'clock...

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FIRE AT NORTH RICHMMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

{ FIEE AT NORTH RIOHM J10ND. A fire occurred on Sunday evening or early on Monday morning last at Mr. A. Petterson's residence at Crooked Lane, whioh resulted in the total destruction of a large weather b ard building used as stables, coach house, &c. Mr. and Mrs. Petterson were away at Culo at the time, and, strange to eay, no one seems to have seen the fire until the building was burnt down. It contained a quantity of harness, chaff-cutters, and other implements, and the loss is a very heavy one. A big meeting of ladies was held at the School of Arts on Tuesday after noon last, to arrange about the pur chase of refreshments for the school children for this afternoon. Refresh ments will be provided free to all children at 4.30 p.m. The asphalting and general repair ing of the North Richmond will be completed this week, and a first-class job has been made of it. Messrs Simpson and Holdsworth's special advt." in this issue is well worth reading. Their prices will sur prise y&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

WANTED. APPRENTICE to the Trade. Apply, «' Herald " Office. TOJJET. COMPORTA BLB 5-roomed Two Ptorer RESIDENCE, io Bell-street, Windsor. Kvtry convenience. Low Bent to Good Tenant. Apply, " HERALD ' OFFICE. TO LET. COTTAGE, Four Booms and Kitchen, George street, Windsor ; newly done up, Bent, Ss per week. Apply, " HERALD " OFFICE. TO LET. TWO-STORES DWELLING, 4 Rooms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-Btrect, Windsor. Rent, 8s 6d per week. Gas laid on, If required, for reliable ROYÁL , . . HOTEL, WINDSOR TSE! EECOGNI8ED HIOlVlEl OF . . " TOURISTS' . . . Milk !_Mi!k ! IF Y00 WANT PÜBB M LE GIVE FRED. BIDDLE A TUEN. Cart BODS Bound Bichmond twice daily. Milk drawn from ihe Best Dairy Herd in the District. £10 will be paid to anyone proving my milk to be adulterated. Civility and Prompt Attention to Customers. Caledonian Bakery, GEOEGE-BTEEET, WINDSOR . (Nearly opposite Pott Office). WILLIAM SMART BEGS to intimate that he has purchased Mr. James Chaselings b.kery business, and w...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

;t:\WlSEMANr8 FERRYl *j" '.""Hr. P. J. Kelly arrived home on ''Wednesday, after a trip to Sydney and I"'"' Newcastle on business. ,.:., The Narara Company was reoently -v. ¡fined £10 and cosu for currying pas ¡Ml s^ogere oi. thai supply boat, the I,,.... ."'thistle," without a certificate. iv: Mr. Watt and his son, representing -, Messrs Griffiths Bros, paid the Ferry >,:-u,-. a visit last week. They are going to ,.- ) make the Ferry their destination for ,!);,' about a week. Mr. Beath, dentist, from Balmain, Said us a visit last week, and seems to e gaining favor with the people here, if one can judge by the amount of work he brought back. Mr Montgomery, representing Mr. T. Â. Jarrett, the well-known River stone tailor, has come amongst us. This is hie record trip, and he has done.a big business about here. Another death took place in our midst this week. The 13-year-old daughter of Mr. Harry Smith died very suddenly on Monday last, the canse of death being heart disease. Much s...

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"THE HAWKESBURY HERALD." IS IT WORTH SUBSCRIBING TO? [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 20 June 1902

-THE mwëÊÊSimïïBuwF-. IS IT WORTH SUBSCRIBING TO ? With our first issue in July-that is, our second issue after this-a pew calendar quarter starte. As numbers of ¡e iple bare old us they int nd */ giving us a turn with the start of the new quarter, we thus give them this reminder Send along your half crowns, or your half sovereigns-for the quarter or thc year-whichever you like ; or tell us to book it-but in any case, SEND ALONG TOUR NAME for our list It may interest you to read the following comments kindly accorded up by brother chips : We are pleased to receive the " Hawkes bury Herald," which comprises six demy pages of interesting river district and general news. The editor is Mr W. H. Pinkstone, late of the " Southern Cross," Junee, and formerly of the " Cootamundra Herald,' which has in its 26 years of life given a few yonng and sole journalists to the country ; and he is associated with Mr. F. W. Collison, a Hawkesbury Cornstalk of ability and busi ness energy. The paper ii ...

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