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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

SPECIAL White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at 10Jd and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6s lld, 8a lld, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s. Single Blankets, white, at 3B lld. Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 4B lld, 5B lld. GRIMWOOD'S Metis Macintoslies, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. A. GRIMWOOD, .GKECmO-E - STREET. ' A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. Fpecial Banges in Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Cloths, Frieses, Ripley Serges, and tweeds. Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from 1& 3d to 3s 6d. Black Silk Figured VoileB, in 7-yard lengths. French figured Dress Goods from 2B lld per yard. Black Kavy and Coloured Diagonal Serges, all wool, special value at ls 6d per yard. Navy, Royal Purple, Terra» and Brown double-width Bengaienes at le 3d. À Splendid Assortment of Applique and Sequtnned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique Collarettes, and Black Boleros. Twine,...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

properties, which ha« dried up. This 2pillie -.çery jàt&h *ud is one .of the, >est fertilisers that could be applied, to an'orehard. ?? t 1 ill, but under the cate of Dr. Gibson, is slowly improving. Most of the Btock in this' locality are in good condition, notwithstanding the prolonged drought. . ri» Alex, ^uiith, jun., has returned from Manly, l.aviugspent u prolonged holiday at ihat favorite 'resort ' Most of the residents are busily engaged cleaning out their dams and tanks. Bushell's lagoon baa not been so low for 16 years as it is at present. In connection .with the. peace and returned soldiers1 celebrations. Mr. B. Conlon had a splendid bon-fire. . It consisted of the burning of fifteen gallons of tar in a vertical hollow log, .ud lasted many hours. The regular meeting of the Pro gress Association was baldon thurs day Iaht. Mr J. W. Farlow, J.P., was elected president ; Mr. G. Nicholls, J P., vic-presiíent ; Mr. 5. Lines, j bu», secretary ; and Mr. M. Voller, j ho...

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A BIKE AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

A BIKE AGENT. Mr. A. A. Woods, of Mr. H. E. Hill's establishment, announces in our advertising columns that he has been appointed local agent for Bennett and Wood's celebrated Speedwell bicycles, and is prepared to receive orders for any style of machines from £13 up wards. He has a full stock of sun dries, and will undertake to effect repairs from the smallest puncture to a big smash-up. Samples of bikes can be seen by calling on Mr. Woods, and any trial given. His own bike is a £23 10s Speedwell, and a real gem. lt is fitted with two rim brakes, nickel and oxodised rims, free wheel, acety lene lamp, etc. Machines may be purchased for cash, or on easy terms.

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Children's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

Children's Sports. During tbs afternoon the children were entertained in the Park, and spent an enjoyable time. Sports were held, the following being the results of the various events : - Boys between the age of 13 and 15, 75yds; 1st prize 7s 6d, 2nd 5s, 3rd 28 6d. 27 entries. Stanley Myers, scr. .. 1 A. Johnson, 6yds. ~. 2 Boys between the age of ll and 13. 75yds ; 1st 7s 6d, 2nd 6s. 3rd 2s 6d. 38 entries. W. Ward, 5yds ... 1 B. Holland, ecr. ... 2 A. Wood, 5yds. ... 3 Boya between the age of 9 and ll, 50yds. ; 1st 7s 6d, 2nd 5s, 3rd 2s 6d. 49 entries. H. Hull, 6yds. .. - 1 N. Wood, tyds .. 2 W. Brooks, 1yd. .. 3 Egg and Spoon race, 50yds. ; boys under 15; 1st 10s, 2nd 2s 6d. 21 entries. ll. Pullinger .. .. 1 T. Griffiths .. .. 2 Champion race for all school boys under 16, one competitor from each Behool, nominated by the school master, 100yds ; 1st 20?, 2nd 5s, 3rd 2s 6d. ? entries. C. Allen (Riverstone) 1 E. Collett (Richmond) 2 A. Horan (Richmond) 3 Tug-of-war, 10 from each scho...

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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S SPORTS. [?]TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. [?]MP FIRES AND FIREWORKS. [?]LECTRICAL ILLUMINATIONS. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND MUSIC. SOCIAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

pHOOL CHILDREN'S SPORTS I TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. kMP FIRES AND FIREWORKS. ÎJEOTRICAL ILLUMINATIONS. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES AND MUSIC. SOCIAL DINNER. The Richmond demonstration-to lebrate the consummation of peace South África, and welcome home e Hawkesbury soldiers-eventuated Í Friday last. It was an all day rangement, and half the night, too ! public holiday for the district had ¡eu proclaimed for the occasion ; and e folk poured into the pretty town om near and far. The decorations ' the streets, the public buildings, ie business places, and the private ¡reüings were on a magnificent scale, ports for the school children of the strict commenced on the park at jon, and went off with a swing all ie afternoon. The evening opened ith a splendid procession. A huge snfire blazed on the park; and, multaneously, several similar illu inations were, by a preconcerted gnal, set going ou various vantage oints away on the Kurrajong Heights ad the kopjes about the Grose. The Sect was splendid. Added...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902 HOME RULE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

SDíjt fgafofarfittrg Peralb, \Vi\nson, FRIDAY, JUXE 27, 1902 HOME RULE There is ample evidence that the cl;i¡ms of Ireland lo Home Rule are about to be pushed to the front once more; that the old question will slmrtly he the burning topic once a^aiii. The Irish party in the House of Commons are at present a happier family than they have been for a long time. That ia a big considera tion, in view of the set-back which, the cause has suffered, ever since the retirement of Mr. Gladstone, through internal party splits, and other circumstances. But now they seem on a sounJ, healthy, pull together basis : and if the two sides could only tackle the knotty old problem in a common sense, busi n 'ss-like fashion, and avoid a recur rence of the old feuds and bad feeling, then poor old Ireland should ! have a chance of securing the self-, government she has so long pined I for. Much depends on the degree of autonomy asked for, and. the methods of approaching the conser vatively conservative par...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

MARKETS. i Mr. C. Roberts held a successful sale at the Royal Hotel yard, Rich mond, on Saturday last. Sucking- - pigs brought 7s each ; turkey hens, ' 3s to 3s 3d ; young fowls, 2s 6d to ' 2s 9d per pair. In the produce markets the un certainty as regards the holiday arrangements had the effect of restricting business to a very great extent in all departments. Im- ¡ proved supplies of local forage was foward especially derrick-pressed straw, which was more than ample for requirements. The principal ; movements in prices were a rise in ¿ the value of lucerne and oats, while ' oaten hay and straw went for less ; money. The supply of luceme was very small, only 31 bales being received by water and none by rail. < On the wharf improved prices were ' asked, and readily obtained for what little arrived from the Hunter River I districts. Chaff had bat moderate [ attention at unalteied quotations. I Demand for oaten hay was easier, f and values receded. Onions met / with steady ...

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DEATH OF THE CHAMPION STALLION, LORD LYON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

DEATH OF THE CHAMPION STALLION, LORD LYON. On Monday last Mr. M. Waters's champion draught stallion, Lord Lyon, died rather suddenly. The animal was alright at 2 o'clock ia the after noon, and suddenly took bad. Mr T. Richardson was sent for, and did all that was possible, but he got worse and died about 7 o'clock that evening It means a big loss, not only to Mr Waters--who valued the horse at £500, and at one time refused £650 but also the district. He was a noble animal, and a great prize taker. Fol lowing is a list of sh)ws at which he was exhibited, and the priz >s taken : He was foaled on the 18th October, 1891, and was first exhibited at Hawkesbury show in 18-"2, when he obtained 1st prize for the best draught foal on the ground. In 1893 he was not exhibited; in 1894 he won 1st at Hawkesbury for best two-year-old draught stallion ; in 1895, 1st prize at Hawkesbury for best three-year-old stallion ; in 1896 he was not exhibited ; in 1897 he won let at Penrith, also 1st at Lu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return his Sincere Thanks to hie Richmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favori at such incon venience to themselves by comingt» Wind sor, and has much asure int'mating that he has now O P lt N li L) A SHOP in UICH MOND, wiih a Stock most com plete and up-to d a tc in all branches, which he intends sell ing at HUCKS THAT WILL DEFY COM I'KTH'ION. HOBSE BUGS, Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINE« iu Harnes«, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. C4LL AND INSPECT. T XX zs House of Australia, RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., / 81 PITT-STEEET, S^D ISTDETST. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, QEOZtaE-ST., WXHTD80B, 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

é$èMà/fo Surgeon dentist, Biohmond. . ¥ Teeth on Vulcanite, 8ilrer, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natani appearance l^nnteed^Xeetb. fitted without any pain whatever, and without tho »traction of «tomos if 4«i«á/^footh extfactiooí and «tóppings a speciality. AU Dental Work being DONE UPON ffHÄ5 PBEMIBE8, repairs of all kinds can be executed at snort notioe. <X)NSUfcTÄTIONS FfiEE. fEE BEUG DEPAETMENT «Ul be foand thoroughly up-to-date and replète w itb e necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. , _ i> Yoar Sight'Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles Smoke Glasses and Goggles in aU Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, I SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr.- E. Ooley. GBOBGB STBEET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Win. Walketr* Son, SOLICITORS, Ac. WM. WALKES, Comm...

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. For the "Herald." VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

A friß í|8w lw\0, ,i> vi ÏQB WON DERUEN i) O^'AUtS- "* TRALCA. .» - I _ . *$te&&#M [By Kev. S G. .Fielding, author uf * -.fl "The Foufterh Light," *D «n 1 to the Sea in Ship-," et*-.] ^ *' fl For tbe " HflraU." . '-Ï:~/M yin. ' ; v' '"i'la Hinemoa was the daughter bf a ..-V^ great chief who lived on the,jnaín- :-«ií land. The famje of her beauty had r . spread far aiid wide. She wasadöfred by a youth who lived on the island,. o*¿ J¡ She returned his love, but her father thought the match notjgoo|l4)ipágh, * | "abd forbade her to ^tïnnk. pf^him ;. % /Jj and to prevent her meeting h^i|had: *¿k 1 all the canoes drawn far up ;^»^e beach, and guards .con8tan%::-Íf|^^^l! The maiden nothing dauntejj, deleS^f /3§ mined to swim across- to ^et^oVejr, ;; * ^ a distance, of ove* four Unties.. Ä . '0* Tertanë-that was his ita^^adl; made á musical instrument jöuV<ßf a at-'^ shell, and on still nights, ¿V when '' . .'i the breeze'was favorable,! Wplayed^ ihis to guidë...

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SPORTING. The Turf. McGRATH'S HILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

MoGBAÏE'S HILL KAOES. ; M^rath'sHill races took placa on ¡ Sjrturdayafternoon, and supplied ^fifcr^inment " for a fair array of heal "fur6tea. The racing on the wholé was not calculated to give on lookers palpitation of the heart, bul those " in the know " amassed no end of bullion, to fay nothing of the silver. The bridles in use were evidently copper-fastened, or they would never, in some cases, have stoo l the strain upon them. The followiug is an ac count of the racing : - THE PuasB. Borne Hule .. .. I Maori ,. .. .. 2 Xerxes .. .. 3 MOQHATU'S HILL HANDICAP. Xeixe».. .. ... 1 Home Bule .. .. 2 Grayness .. .. 3 Pony RACK Home Rule .. .. 1 Ivy II.2 Winnie II. 3 A match was al*o decided between Maori and Dandelion, the distance being three furlongs, Dandelion proved too bitter a pill for the dusk} j Maori to swallow. He made every | Eost a winning post, and romped ome an easy winner. | HAWKESBURY RACES. Seventy-one entries have been re ceived for the Winter meeting of thc H. R. Clu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

, . oíros... NOTICE ¥b INVESTORS OP A Great Property for Sale. LOW TERMS AND LARGE PROFITS. The *' DAILY MAIL " has a few words to say this morning on the subject of a certain investment. It has no hesitation in recommending thc investment in question, or in assuming the full responsibility tor the statement that it is the best opportunity cf the kind ever offered to the Australian public. But the '* DAILY MAIL " prefers to go further and show some o? the reasons why, from a standpoint of a straight* out-and-out business proposition, the investment is just what the "DAILY MAIL" claims it to be. THE "DAILY MAIL5' OFFER. What It Is, and What It Means. SOMETHING over a year ago Tlie Times offered its Reprint of the Ninth Edition of the ENCYCLOPEDIA. BRITANNICA to residents of Aus tralia at prices, and upon terms, which had previously prevailed during the sale of the work in Great Britain and other colonies. The offer was a pronounced success, and the sets reserved for distribution in v...

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An Ideal Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

W which Mr. J. J. Pye's homo at Schoefild's Siding % is commonly known, and a more appropriate name could not be givenlt,rfpr the witty who goes there is treated with un-; i limited hospitality,*4fid if~hS'cannot' make himself at home it is not the fault of the genial Mr Pye. The writer and a friend happened to be going Mr. Pye's way one day this week, and called to have a look over his well-kept property. It was " Come in ! " and before we knew where we were, an enticing lunch was placed before us, and we were all very soon on good terms. A surprise was suddenly sprung upon ue, ween Mr. Pye laid on the table a large bunch of white grapes, which - he informed us were grown by him. * One would hardly credit grapes being pulled at this time of the year -nearly four monthe out of season-but there they were, as luscious and healthy-looking ae possible. They were of the white Camden sherry variety, which will stand any amount of rain. Mr. Pye left a few vines for the purpose of testing h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

FURNITURE FURNITURE of every description and quality may be had for CASH or TERMS made to snit Purchasers. One of the LARGEST and best assorted Stocks in the Colony to select from, and REGULAR SHIPMENTS of up-to-date Furniture continu ally arriving, at Prices to suit everybody. Following are a few lines kept in great. variety :- * BEDSTEADS from the cheapest to the'best brass and pearl mounted BEDDING, Fibre, Wool, Flock, Kapok and . Horsehair CHESTS, three to eight drawers, all colors BEDROOM SUITE*, Pine, Cedar, Mahog any, Ash, and Walnut CABPET8, in squares, or to fit rooms, in endless variety RED DRAPES and other Hangings, pretty -, designs and patterns DININ G Room Tables, ordinary or Telescope CHAIRS, Austrian, English, American, and Colonial SIDEBOARDS, plate-glass backs, handsome designs, any color OVERMANTLE8, Walnut, Rosewood, black and gold, and gilt LINOLEUMS, Oilcloths, Matting, all quali ties, beautiful patterns FENDERS and IRONS, Steel and Black, Brass and Nickel moun...

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Windsor Peace Celebrations. TO TAKE PLACE TO-NIGHT. GREAT PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 27 June 1902

Windsor Peace Celebrations. TO TAKE PLACE TO-NIGHT. GREAT PREPARATIONS.   The Windsor demonstration will eventuate to night. Instead of coro nation and peace, it resolves itself into a peace celebration. Great preparations have been made. The street decorations started to go up on Wednesday. By yesterday evening the main thoroughfare looked   very gay. The finishing touches will be put on to-day. And there'll be a good time in the old town to night ! The townspeople have entered into the matter with that spirit which should ensure success. The Richmond celebrations of Friday last were well carried out ; and, although Windsor is not aiming at such an expensive display, there is no reason why, for all that, it should be any way behind its enthusiastic neighbour. We hope to see Richmond, in common with all the   other parts of the Hawkesbury, well represented in the jubilations to-night. The first rocket will be sent up at 6 30 ; then the followin...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

MARSDEN PARK. The residents here have formed a working bee to cleanse part bf Book's Creek, which the inhabitants for many miles around are depending on for water. The cyclone "Braddon" caused no rain here, but, the district being a great admirer of Mr. G. H. Beid, we are confident that when the " Reid " disturbance is predicted by Mr. Wragge, we will have a beneficial rainfall. May it soon come along. Bev. G. Manning held Church of England service in the Presbyterian Church last Wednesday evening. Rev. A. Dandie occupied the pulpit on Sunday, and the National Anthem was sung by the congregation in a fervent manner. A paying postal note department has been added to the local post office. It will prove of great convenience to the residents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

GRIMWOOD'S Meris Macintoshes, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. Windsor . Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, GEOEGB - STREET. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON PRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. " . t Special Ranges in. Black Silk J^igared 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 Seqninned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique Collarettes, and Black Boleros. Twine Coloured Silk Appliques and Laces, in GREAT VARIETY, at SYDNEÏ PRICES. GRIMWOOD'S A^Dress Goods. All Wool Serges, double width at 9d. yard. Double width Tweeds, Good Wear, 10$d. Black Silk Lustres, double width, at ls, ls 3d, ls 6d, and 1/U. PINK AND CREAM * * FLANNELETTES, BOOT DEPARTMENT. - CAN BE Obtained from the Van "at Shop Prices. msmssm ilnlnlfttwwWilrwW

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

or digging welle near thé mer, local supplies having; run-out. Mr. Piggott and family have taken the boarding house at Laughtondale. Mr. Piggott is one of the returned soldiers, having seen considerable service on the veldt in South África. He tells some thrilling stories. He bas staying at his place a very old friend, Mr. Lucas, who is seeking a rest. The bridge at St- Albans is at last i presenting a formidable appearance. Four cylinders six feet in diameter have been put in their places on the top side of the bridge, and two on the lower side. Fach one has been filled with tons of concrete. At present there are only fifteen hands employed, f he difficulty Beems to be in landing material on the ground. The" Nara ra" brings the material from Sydney and lands most of it at Wiseman's Ferry, then it is taken by the "Thistle" un the McDonald Biver, and landed nine miles from whore the bridge is being erected, thence by teams . to the scene of operations. Messrs. Ahearn and Son have not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

Windsor Markets. SALE DAYS : TUESDAYS^ -AND ^SATURDAYS! AT 2 O'CLOCK SHA UP. all Kinds of Produce, Fruit, Poultr J Cattle, Furniture, &c, &c" sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, BIKES! BIKES Â, A. Woodi (CARS OP H. R. HILL). RICHMOND, IS die LOCAL AGE VT for BE.VSKTl' WOODS' CELEBRATED BICYCLE« tad is prepared to receive orders for anj^ style of SPEEDWELL Machine from ill IO- t <"£23 10s. These Machine» are conH ?idered the 13EST IX THE WO LD, jersons thinking of buying should ree A.A.Wi jefore g -iug elsewhere. Any Trial GivenH [tepairs'Executed. Sundries Kept in Stock« Second-'iand Machines for Sale. "CASH, EASY TIMK PAYMENT. NOTE THE ADDRESS :

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