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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
WANTED. PPHENïICE to the Trade. Apply, PtNKSTONE & COLLISON have clients for 50 or 100 head of cattle, from 18 months to I years old-sjuad heifers, cows, 8 tee rs, &c. Also, a GOOD TENANT for an Orchard «i Farm on the river, 40 or 60 aora. WANTED. » H» EAGLES, Proprietor. CENTRALLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excelleut Table Always Kept. Appointed deception House to *be N. 6. Wales League of Wheelmen Bebt Di&nris of Spirits, Win's. a:.d Beets in stock. BEST BILLIARD BOOM IS TOWN. LOOK! . . IT YOU WANT A . . GOOD FITTING SUIT\ MADE FROM THE . . BEST MATERIAL, CALL AND SEE ! H. A. Bowman GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, Where only First-class Workmanship is turned out. Second to None. - HARRY BOWMAN, Practical Tailor, WINDSOR. RICEMOND_ DAIRY. -A.. XCTAXiXi (PROPRIETOR) BkGS to inform the Re-itents of Rich mond i hat ho has pm ch ii-ed thc above Business from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and respectfully solicits a contin'iance of their patr...
MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
MARSDEN PARK. Mrs. Leslie has left the district, and is now residing at Arncliffe. Mr. George Kiss and family are to arrive at *? Clydesdale," from their , foreign tour, about the second week ] in July. Mr. Hedley Gar for tb, a noted I musician, of Marsden Park, acted as , choir-master in Riverstone during the i Mission services in the Temperance J Hail. i We regret to state that in a few ' weeks an esteemed resident, Mr. Î Davis, intends to remove to Victoria and take up mining again. Mr. Davis recently built a motor car, which ] will prove a great convenience to him. J Mr. Hilton Hough, an employee ' at "Clydesdale," resumes duty on Monday. It will be remembered that 1 he left three months ago in charge of £ horses for Java. Miss Daisie Lawson, of the local c post office, has a fox terrier pup, t which is an exceptionally fine speoi- t
POSTPONED SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
POSTPONED S \ LE. Mr. Ranger's hot se and cattle sale will not be heid to-morrow, owing to sales being made privately. Intend ing buyers pilate note. Mr. G. Robertson is making rapid headway with the fallen soldiers1 monument in MiQuade Park, lt wil! be a fine piece of work, and an ornament to the town. Reference was made during the servi e at St. Matthew's Church of England on Sunday last to the late Dean Cowper, and at the conclusion of the service the Dead March was played Miss Freda Dean, daughter of Mr. Alderman Dean, has been laid up this week with a very heavy cold. Mr. George Morley caught a 12lb je wey at Sackville one sight this week. Mr. Frank Hearn, of Central Macdonald, Ml off a dray one day last week, and injured himself internally. He came to Windsor on Saturday last, and was attended to by Dr. Gibson. Mr. J. D. Smith, who, since leaving Win^BM^omeümeagp^iiJ^ ó*, wbo.îiyed In Winâsor ^nfe ^ime *go,c ha* bBen ¿rVñsterred from Orange to Dowra H©WB8|tiven n splendid send...
WILBERFORCE. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
WILBERFORCE. I SOCIAL. A very enjoyable dance was held at the Australian hall on Wednesday night last, promoted by our district bachelors. There were about 30 y couples present, and everythiug passed off pleasantly. The floor was good, I and the music supplied by Miss NorriB was pleasing to all. Messrs. F. Daley and 0. Voller carried out the duties of M's.Cs. to the satisfaction of ? all, and the catering by Mr. Peter Beveridge was of the best. Among the ladies present were :-Mesdames D. Salter, black skirt, heliotrope silk blouse ; P. Reynolds, green ; H. Sul livan, black; W.Phillips, black skirt, red blouse ; J. Gannon, black ; MÍSSSB L. Daley, pink satin ; M. Greentree, cream cashmere; Hilda Richardson, blue silk ; E. Woodgate, cream silk ; L. Turnbull, white ; E. Cox, black skirt, blue blouse ; P. Bowd, white ; Ada Nicholls, black skirt, white blouse ; Euby Turnbull, red; E. Turnbull, white; Edie Cox, black skirt, white blouse; Ettie Salt, grey; Ada Haw kins, black skirt, white ...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
Tennis. I A very pleasant match was playep Ion Saturday afternoon last be tween Windsor and H. A. College Clubs on tbs latter's ground. It re sulted in a win for the College by one game. The visitors were entertained at afternoon tea. Following are the seores : Podmore and Fowler v. Barry and Bell 6-3. Podmore and Fowler v. Barry and Bell 6-1. Podmore and Fowbr v. Bradley and Suter 4-6. Greenwell and Ward v. Bradley and Suter 5-6. Greenwell and Ward v. Barry and Bell 5-6. Greenwell and Ward v. Bradley and Suter 3-6. Greenwell and Ward v. Barry aud Bell 4-3. Totals--Windsor, 33 games ; H. A. College, 34 games. _-~_
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
Windsor Markets. SALE DAYS : TUESDAYS^ -AND ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHA HP. All Kinds of Produce, Fruit, Poultry, Cattle, Furniture, &c, &c, sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, CAUSED BY Nervous Shod. Cu The Case of tyre. £. PHI HIP (nv A SVUSEY BEPOI.TF.IL) The consideration we are held ia is to tiie effect whi h our personal cjti have on others, for if I hese lie gi o enaltecí they will as tiredly exe.ta m tum. Usefulness to those in our pr»" »iii always command esteem, espeo the service rendered is similar to t wt Mrs. Elizabeth Phillipa speaks of iu on view which took p'ace ut her reside 71 Engine-street, Haymarket. " Through falling off a horse which whilst I waa riding it," said Mrs. .''li " I sustained concussion of the brain, picked up I was unconscious, of cou WM taken to tbe nearest house, wh condition was found to be so serious could not be taken home for a week, doctor's advice was carried in*o eft still there was no sign of my health me I was so frightful...
Military Social. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
I Military Social. A half-night social in connection with "A" Windsor Company, 3rd Infantry Regiment, was held in the military barracks on Tuesday night last. Although there were not as many present as was expected, every thing passed off pleasantly. The com mittee, consisting of Oolor-Sergeant Hannabus, 8ergt. Holman, Corporal Gilbert, and Privates Molloy, 0. Grono, C. Haggar, W. Mellish, worked hard to make the function a success, and were responsible for the decorations and other details. The floor was in good order, and the music supplied by Mr. G. D. Gallaher (conductor of the Windsor Brass Band), on the piano, was all that could be desired. Every thing went as merry as a marriage bell. About 11.30 an adjournment was made for refreshments, which were supplied by Mr. J. O'Brien in his usual first-class style. Those who j did not indulge in dancing, contented themselves by playing cards, etc., in a room set apart for récréation. During the early part of the night, Captain Paine h...
AN ALTERED DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
AN ALTERED DECISION. Same, with reference to a letter of l lth April, approving, of the con struction of the whole length of road from Page's Ferry road at Morley's to the Windsor road at Little Wheeny, to be put in hand in July, stating that in view of a later report repeivedj the Minister has decided to "construct a short length of about 35 chains, giving access to the deep water of the river near Watkin's. farm, the remainder to be dealt with later on.
CLEARING ADDY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
'/liaise, mjfc. reference to a petition from Messrs. W. p. Teale, J. Teal&v homers et Sackville Beach, asking as sistance for clearing portion of Addy's jcçëëk, near the river, stating that |he iMinn)ter had approved nof £75 being igranted for the purppse, the money to be issued when funds become avail able ; the expenditure to be under local trustees to be nominated by Mr Hall, and the work to be carried out I under occasional supervision by an officer of the Department.
THE VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
THE VINEYARDS. . The .Kev. 8. G. Fielding preached toj a large congregation' at the .Tine yards on Sunday last. Mr. Arthur Blaokett .will occnpy the pulpit on Sunday. We are,pleased to sea Master Jack Aloprn, son of our worthy postmistress, home 'again after hil acculent. Sickness is less prevalent than it was a few weeks ago, but there are still several cases.
RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
RIVERSTONE. What bas liecme of the Workmen«' Pr gress and Debating Society? Has it gone into recess ? We are pleased to be able to report tba' Mr. ll. J. Wheeler and Mr. H. iShoular are doing well, but Mr. J. Sh'iulHr i» still in a low state Mr. and Mrs G. Kiss are expected to arrive home about the middle of next month. Work at the local meat works is . «rv slnck. The mutton butchers are ouly workiug about three hours a day, and only four of the laborers in the yard are kept on, whilst two men are tining the work in the tallow shed. I «cern- like a bad time ahead for i ivtjrstoue. A lot nf people were under the impression that it was the local but chers who were asking for a rise in the wages, but suchas not the case j lus room.W* wish lum » «peedy recovery. - ^ A great nuauhfr of-catüe «bare/been hpggedM Bssterj» QraSk^stely., j Last weeli; one of Hjr- J. FletcUer'a oowjç Hr. L. J. Darling's shop assistants are taking a week off in turn; looks UkeWt|mjBS. . Mrs. E. / lonjean,' has ...
[?] [?] FOR THE RACE [?]OOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
¡ iv &lt;?> »yr: Iiooa Mr. 0, 8. Gueslj; its in connection witnj meeting to-morrow' ¿For. $e gates there was no bid. « lhajeger Itooth ¿«as knocked. down to A.. Collison for £2 5s. Jos- "Ashton secured both refresh- ; mant .Jails at lOf^&aeh.^«. r- r ?" \ |Tjjerf¡ was sniri|ed piping for the 'right &lt;:| publishing the Tace books ' Hithorto they bare never been printed locally ; but a representative of the i' Hawkesbury Herald," anxious to' show there ipa* np necessity to send the work «put of the district, made a strong bid for it this time. The average price previously ; realised was £7 10s : per day; 'and our represen* tive ran the bidding up till it was knocked, down to Mr. ¡.Á. Sly, of, Eichmond, for £H 5s. Mr. Sly, we understand, is getting the printing done iu~the~city.
MILITARY. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
j MILITARY. RIFLE BHÖOTING. The Windsor Volunteer Bi6e Club held a practice shooting on Saturday last, 21 et inst. The scores are as follow : 500yds 600yds Tl Staff-Sergt. Duke 33 31 64 Capt. Paine ... 32 27 59 Fte. W. Mellish 82 27 59 Corpl. Gilbert ... 26 24 ¿0 Pte. J. Mellish... 22 21 43 Pte. A. Butler... 24 19 43 Match, 6 shots at each ranger no eighters : 500yds 600yds Tl Capt Paine ... 20 20 40 Corpl. Gilbert ... 22 16 38 Pte. J. Mellish... 18 2U 38 Total 116 Staff-Sergt. Duke 20 24 44 Pte. W. Mellish 17 17 34 Pte. A. Butler... 19 IO 29 Total 107 Captain Paine's team won by 9 points. for Chronic Chest Complaints, Wood's Great' Peppermint Cure, la. fid..*
LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
LOWER PORTLAND. ! ! H i tliat eev»r>>l weddings H ' > k>- ar ¡ri nv it in the neu» i itu » . j T) spitö tke verj dry smson, Mr, J. i l)r&lt;)4u li»8 a ver} lar^e bed of cabbage I nearly tit. fur uiarbet. Some uf them j are as large a au ordinary washing tub. The ¡jany friends of Mr. H. Eales u ill be pleased to bear that he is recovering from the serious accident wh &lt; h betel him while coming from Nf w Zealand a few weeks ago. Messrs Mitchel) and Watkins cro9«Gd the river at the local ferry one day buring the wet-k with 5t pigé whi h they bought at Upper Colo. The Wesleyan tea-meeting at Leet's Yale took: place yesterday, and was very suneessful. j e local * ill.» J- ? fielders ire anxi -usly « waiting the coming cricket se**on, when they intend putting a 8tr&lt;»' |f teeni otc the field. Although m l c It s they will take a lot ol b.uU r Owing to the dry season, several exceptionally heavy frosts have been experienced here during the past week...
WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902
river from Leefe Tale to Wiseman Ferry^ So far as they have done, it a êredit to^hem. ^ a^fhojít tínje oí : wàl be ablô to drive i^ht ialonjg tl river from bereto ßaolcvüle. The new Eoad ëupermtendant, M Norman Grant, pud the Ferry a vis on Saturday last. He seems the rig] man in the right place ; quiet and ui assuming, v>ut stern, and of very fe c. : «"> s'?nrt(fpr tn th Mr 1'ritM "tewan mm with,anb.st accident whilst clearing some groun for Mr. W. Wilson, of Matopp Hill When in the act of cutting a log, tb az&lt;t slipped and severed part of on toe and cutting into the bone of tb instep. The wound was attended t by one of our local medicos. A party of fishermen from Peat' Ferry have been camped here fo about two weeks, and are doing goo business. They send away about 2 boxes of fish every week, beside num bera of Jew fish Jro-n 20lb» to 60lh each. Prawns are very scarce here a present. . Sickness is very prevalent among u at present, the chief ailment beinj influenza...