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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1899. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, Ï899. CHUECH OF ENGLAND. St. Peter's, Eichmond, ll a.m. and 7*80 ji.m. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3-30 p.m. Preacher, Bev. J. Howell-Price, St. Albans, 7'30 p.m., Mr. A.'Dickson. Higher McDonald, ll a.m., Mr. A. Dick son. Upper"McDonald, 3 p.m., Mr. A. Dickson. Lower Portland, lO'SO, iHoly Communion, Bev. F. A. Cadell. Wise man's Ferry. 7*30 p.m., Holy Communion, Rev. F. A. Cadell. WESLKVAN. Windsor, ll, Mr, T. P. Mills ; 7-30, Ber. A. 8. Swift. Richmond, ll, Rev. A. S. Swift ; 7-30, Mr. T. P. Mills. En field, ll. Mr. r. Masterman. Kurrajong, 2'50,.Mr. T. P. Mills. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. F. Midson. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 8 a,m. ; Evening Devo tions, 7'30 p.m. Riverstone, Mass 10-30 tun, Rev. B, McDonnell, ' CôMEfiftÀttôNAL. * Morning ll, Evening 7, Thursday even, ingO; Freeman's'Reach, Sunday after noon 3,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

RELIABLE FUENITUEE, Carpets, Bedstads, and Bedding, CT AND WHEES TO GET IT. A. HALL & COMPANY, CORNER GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL-STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE In Tapestry and Plush, Conch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 4 Carved Chpirs, for £4 10s; 60 others, 5, 10, to 20 guineas, at HALL'S. DINING-ROOM SUITE, VERY STRONG COUCH, Pair Easy and .6 Small Chairs, all Spring-seated and Padded Back, 6 guineas ; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 guineas, at HALL'S. BEDROOM! SUITE. WALNUT COLOUR or POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe, Plate Glass Door and Drawers, Daehesse Chest Drawers, With glass attached, Marble Top Washstand, Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £6 16s. BO Bedroom Suites to select from 9, 12,18 to 60 guineas. FULL SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEAD Brass Rail, Double-wire Mattress, and Best Beef Wood Flock, with Best Kapok Bedding, £410s. 50 Latest Design Bedsteads to select from at HALL'S. A. HALL & COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 George street, SYDNEY. Country Orders Pack«d Free....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

A Case of CHRONIC lambie Fife^ MANY DOCTORS FAIl, But: Provides a Complete Recovery. THE CASE OF MR. F. BRUN1CARDL From the Frterwtfe Jowffll Jvne l8,1898. (BY ORR SPECIAL BSPOBTBB.) WHSN our. reporter called he found Mr. BaüNKAEDi in the factory, SQQ Harris street, Ultimo. He was engaged in artist ically ^decorating a novel thing in cast picture frames, which he informed our reporter he hod patented. : On a shelf in the factory was plainly discernible a half emptied bottle of Clements Tonic. "I was informed-yon are quite cored," questioned our reporter, pointings to tte bottle.' "So I am, 1 am thankful to say," replied he, "but I still reckon tb take a dose of Clements Tonic now and then as a sort of preventive and to ward oft any iH effects : that might occur to me through the peculiar nature of my business. There is dust,"continued Mr. Brunicardi, "floating in the' »ir of this factory finer than the finest flour. It is so fine that it cant be seen with the naked eye, but it's the...

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CRICKET. PARK VILLA V. ST. ALBANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

CRICKET. FABE VILLA Y. ST. ALBANS. i A cricket match was played yes terday between Park Villa and a St; Albans team. ; The result was a rather easy -win for Park Villa. Following are the scores. . ST. ALBANS. Q, Thompson, b Booka.0 Smee, b Books. ... 0 Woodhouse, b Booka.10 Douglas, b Books . "..17 Smith, b Books.16 Mitchell, not out ... ... ... 4 Jones, b Books.0 Fleming, b Books . 2! Walker, b Books .0 ¡ Lloyd, b Books ... . _ . 4 Smith, b Books.0 Sundries.7 Total.6J PARK VILLA. Stubbs, retired.33 Books, c,b 8mee . :... 0 Brown, c,Smee . ... 8 Aspery, l.b.w.,.ll James, retired.21 Oreen, .1 Wood, b Smith ... ... .15 Watkins, b Woodhouse ... . ... 1 Mitchell, not out .18 Watkins, .8 Sundries .1 Total . 126

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FARM AND DAIRY. DISEASED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

FARM AND DAIRY. DISEASED MEAT. j Reference has often been made ; io the way in which the present j x©gula#ons press on the farmers j and all consignors of country killed meat to Sydney. The farmers of the country seek for the protection i of official inspection and cant get it, and this point is raised to show the country consignor is at a dis advantage. A writer on the sub- ! iect says :-" Meat killed at Glebe ! Island is there inspected by Gov ernment officiais, and if found to be 4 diseased is condemned and for- ! ieited] there the matter ends ; the j public are protected, and the owner ] i «f the carcase loses to the extent of, its value, but is not otherwise fined. In the case of the farmer sending /ids Bmall lot of pork or veal to the city market it is different. He has asked similar Government assis tance, and though repeated pro anises have been made nothing has been done. The result is that the only inspection his meat receives is at the hands of the city authori ties, and,...

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Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

' - "~-:-Trmrr>-r t . Windsor School of Arte. ! Ia oar issue of Jas* "week it -wa» 1 stated that Ae ifinieter for JPublie i Instruction had acceded 4o the re xpxeét éf ^gjeustéeBoíJÍhe' WincU iwr8chöol;of Arts to allow Öiem to mortgage Hie premises of the Insti tution for £200, and expend «ame in making additions and improve ments to the building and library. This is indeed -good news. Too long has the old institution been allowed to remain in its present im paired state, so much so that its dilapidated appearance and want of accommodation have of late be* come a subject of adverse comment of all and sundry. The institution had seemingly outlived its i useful ness. In making these comments we do not desire to cast any . blame on the committee of management controlling affairs. We know that during the last two years many necesBary alterations and improve ments have been effected, notably the enlargement and renovation of the hall, providing and fitting the stage with scenery and e...

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Visit of the Minister for Works. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

Visit of the Minister for Works. THE Minister for Worts \&s at last selected a day for the inspec tion of the present bridge across the Hawkesbury, and to decide as to whether or not we are justified in demanding a higher structure. At a meeting of residents of the dis trict some two months ago at Rich mond, in connection with this move ment, it was pointed out that dur ing flood seasons traffic is abso lutely blocked between Richmond, Comleroy, Kurrajong and Grose Vale, etc.-and this occurs fre quently. Trade communica tions are blocked, and, in fact, «re might just as well be without a bridge at all during the wet season for alljthe good it does. In a fruit dis trict like ours, where perishable com modities are truqked to the" Sydney markets, it is absurd for the (Satis factory working of our entire trade to depend upon .the utility of a small second-hand structure that fails to be of any benefit just when it is most needed. The importance of this district, and the nature ...

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Pressing Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

Pressing Legislation. AMID the long list of subjects promised by the Premier during the next few months there is only a slight reference to a local Govern ment Bill. This is a matter which has found a prominent place upon pretty well every Government pro gramme that has been issued for a long time. It may be that Mr. Lyne does not care to give it pro minence in his promises for that reason, but it is to be hoped that he does not overlook the importance of thé measuse. It is a reform which should find a very conspicu ous place .on the programme of any - earnest Government, and in view of the announcement that the Ministry intend . to extend an additional £250,000. per annum on the roads of the country, the necessity for such a measure becomes more ap parent. Under our present svstem even with-the most careful handling, there is an enormous leakage in [ the public expenditure, owjng to I its administration being conducted from Sydney, instead of from vari- j ous local centres. With a ...

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The Unemployed Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

The Unemployed Problem. THE Unemployed Advisory Board have presented a second interim re port to the Premier. It gives evi dence of much thought and great expenditure of time having' been occupied in collecting the informa tion contained therein, and in for mulating their schemes. Tho diffi culty is a very great one, and re quires a bold course for its amelio ration. This the Commission appear to have recognised, and the scheme they put forward is one that if suc cessful will grow immensely as time goes on. An industrial institution is to be established where all men out of work will find interesting and remunerative employment, the object being to eventually make the institution pay its own way. Whether the scheme will be any thing Uko a success depends upon certain details of working. It is unjust criticism to say the whole thing is absurd and unworkable, yet at the same time the only at tempt hitherto made in this direc tion was an ungratified failure. It will be necessary in dis...

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Inter-State Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

Inter-State Trade. many matters with, which the Federal Parliament will have to deal, none will be more impor tant in its results than the admin istration of inter-colonial trade. Under the Constitution, that is relegüted to a special tribunal, to be known as the Inter-State Com mission, which shall not actually administer this trade, but will be laore of the nature of a Court of Review, a judge or umpire to de cide whether the colonies concerned, and the individuals concerned, are being rightly done by in any laws which aw passed, or any regulation framed, either by the federal or local legislatures. The Federal Executive will be responsible for the appointment of this tribunal, which will doubtless be actuated in their actions by the spirit in which the Parliament regards the ques tions «at issue ; if the Parliament deals with matters of inter-state trade in a petty, provincial spirit, as it was dealt with at the Convention, the Commission can be expected to take their cue from su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

IS SHOWING THIS WEEK Some Very Pretty Lines in MUSLINS, ZEPHYRS, & CAMBRICS ; a*80 tne Newest and Smartest Shapes in SAILOR HATS, Trimmed and Plain Bands. His Assortment of all the Leading Makes in Corsets is Un equalled, particularly in his numbers of "C.B's," Made to His Special I Order. LADIES' SUNSHADES, in FANCY, WEITE & PLâW I BLACK, with the New Boulevard Sticks, New Belts and Buckles. HIS BOOT DEPARTMENT ls Very Much Alive with all the Leading Makes at the Lowest Possible Prices, and jfor TNJ"rTi~W GOODS (for We never Hawk our Goods about the District) at the Lowest Possible Prices we Challenge New South Wales. E. BOARD^&ff? The Local Agent for the VICTORIA. PIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. T. Lobb HAS OPENED EX S. S. MORAVIAN, Neto Summer Gooda In PRINTS from2/6 per dozen, ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS. PIQUES, BROWN & WHITE LINEN, PLAIN AND FIGURED ALPACCAS. OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT IS STILL IN CHARGE OF Miss Long, Late of Farmer and CoV WHO GIVES EVERY SATISFA...

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WEBB'S CREEK. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

WEBB'S CREEK. . ! j ? (From our own Correspondent.) If the weather is favourable thc melon crop will be extreméis heavy. Ko doubt extra boats will have to be put on to carry them away, or else they will rot while] waiting for shipment. Miss Ada Douglas paid a flying visit to Sydney on Monday last, re turning on the following Wednes day. It is her intention shortly tc return to Sydney and remain for s while. The Creek people wish hei a joyful time whilst there. A magisterial inquiry was held at the residence of Mr. jame's Kose last Thursday before the Coroner, Mr. Henry Wilson, touching the death of an infant. After the usual evidence had been taken, a verdict of death from natural causes was returned. Messrs. Morgan and Clancy jour neyed to Lower Hawkesbury on Wednesday evening last to a fare well party, tendered to Mr. Coulson, who is leaving the district. From what the writer can gather from these gentlemen, they both ap peared to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Mr. C. Pembert...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. W. Turnbull is very busy making hay and stacking it. Mr. Hilton Clarke has a big contract on in robbing his bees, ¡ and expects to have a good return i of honey. I Two or three members of Mr. George Greentree's family have been laid up for the past week with I influenza. The members of the local tennis club indulge in practice every af ternoon, and very shortly will be able to hold their own against all comers. It is rumoured that Mr. Alfred Izzard, of Mount Pleasant, is short ly to join the ranks of the bene dicts. We are all looking out for a piece of cake. j The road via Gorricks Hill is at J present in a very bad state, mainly i on account of the brushwood that has been allowed to grow during : . the last twelve months. If allowed to continue in growth, it will in I time completely block traffic. The Í brushwood ÍB exceptionally bad I around Mr. D. Butter's property, ¡ and we are sure if the matter had been brought under the not...

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WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondent.) Orchards around here look pplen- ! did. A good crop of fruit is ex- j pected this season. | Mr. E. E. Buttsworth,' (an old i Wilberforce boy), late teacher of Cessnock, has been promoted to j Girilambone, ,70 miles from Dubbo. Mr. and Mrs. Buttsworth and family have been staying with Mr. ' L. H. Simpson, for a few days and left for their new home on Wednes day last. A meeting of the building com mittee and collectors for St. John's Church of England, Wilberforce, re-roofing fund was held in the C. of E. Schoolroom tra Tuesday night. The sum of £27 18s 6d was handed over to Mr. E. Bowd, the treasurer, being amount collected. This with £7 5s 9d the proceeds from concert held in July last amounts to £35 4s 3d, which shows that the committee have not been idle. The committee have arranged with Captain Murray to run an excursion .with s.s. General Gordon to Wiseman's Ferry, early in January. By that time it is expected that enough money will be ...

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MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent). Mr. George Holden, I am pleased to re port, is almoBt restored to health again. It is rumoured that it is the intentioi of Mr. and Mrs. Morris to remove shortly to the residence recently occupied by Mr, Howlison. Mr. and Mrs. Chapple, of Sydney, har« been staying herc for the last few days, Mr. Chapple is one of the leading artiste in New South Wales. A local Chinaman, Georgie Sing, mast be making money. Last week he bought a draught horse from a local resident, £14 10s being the amount of purchase money, Mr. William Trautwein, the Hon. Treasurer to the Marsden Park Presby. terian Church, has also accepted the position of Hon. Secretary to the same religoua body. Mr Percy Reynolds, J. P., of Clydesdale, has been nominated by the committee appointed by the Hon. the Minister for Mines and Agriculture as competent to act as a judge under the section of mis. ! cellaneous horses. General regret was expressed here on hearing of the Rev. Mr. Wils...

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RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

RIVERSTONE. ' (Prom our own correspondent.) Hr. J. Milne nae returned frc "Wellington, having finished 1 contract for Mr. Mallon. Mies Zella Fomfret has alm< v recovered from her recent accide to her ankle. The injured limb ' now almost as well as ever. Mr. Jeffrey, sen., of Winds Hoad, is suffering severely fro influenza. Dr. Gibson is in atte dance. i > Mr. Vaughan, Superintendent St. Paul's-Sunday School, repox that the attendance has greatly L y creased of late. Mr. Robert Richards, who hi just returned from England, paid visit to the local Meat Preservir Company's Works on Sunday lae Mr. Milne, of Dromana Park, hi just returned from Wellingtoi where he has been engaged buik ing a large residence for M Mallon. It is reported that Mr. Chark Davies haB disposed of his trottin gelding, Delebar Drops, to Mi Cobcroft, of Windsor, for a satii factory figure. A painful accident happened t - Mr. Jack Johnson, of the Mea Works, whereby he had the mk fortune to have one of h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

D. Holland ARE NOW SHOWING I» ¿o PRINT BLOUSES, from ls. 4¿d. MUSLIN BLOUSES, from 2s. lld. PEINT WRAPPERS, from 3s. lld. MUSLIN APRONS, from 6Jd. . CHEMISES, from ls. 4d. to 5s. lld. NIGHTDRESSES, from ls. lld. to 8s. lld. _KNICKERS, from lOJd. to 3s. lld. LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS, trimmed Torchon Lace, 5s. 6d. BABY LINEN, a choice assortment. C. B. CORSETS, from 2s. lld. to 8s. lld. CELLULAB CORSETS, the latest novelty for summer wear, 4s. 6d. per pair. FJEIX IST TS I PBI3STTS Î Marvellous Value, 500 Dresses of 8 yards each, at ls. 1 l}d., 2s. 6d. and 2s. lld. Choicest Designs in PRINTED CAMBRICS, BRILLIANTS, SATEEN?, MUSLINS, PIQUES, Etc. Send W Book of Patterns. DAMASKS, in cream and white, TRAY CLOTHS, D'OYLES, Etc., * a choice selection. MILLINERY 1 TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS in the very lateBt styles. We are showing LADIES' CABBAGETREE SAILOR HATS, specially made to our order, at 3a. 6d. and 3s. lld. each. MEN'S AND BOYS* CLOTHING. TWEED SUITS, 17s. 9d. and 23s. 6d. SERGERETTE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

PRINTING of ali descriptions tarned ont on the Shortest Notice at the HAWKESBUBY ADVOCATE Office.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

RIFLE SHOOTING. The following is a list of marks; tnen and first-class shots of "A'* (Windsor) Company. As will be Been Lieutenant Paine is on top with the score of 187 points, whilst Captain Paine comes next with 183 points, but as officers are ineligible for the Company badge, this falls to Private A. A. Collison, who scored 174 points. MABKBMEN. Lieutenant Paine ... 187 points Captain Paine. 183 points Private A. Collison ,. 174 points Lance-Corp E. Butler 172 points Private Simons. 171 points Private A. Mitchell'... 151 pointe, FIRST-CLASS SHOTS. Private A. Butler ... 148 points Private J. Butter ... 144 points Private S. Woods ... 134 points Private W. Mellish .. 134 points Private S. Hanchett... 134 pointH Private W. Brewer .. 129 points Private Taylor. 127 points Private Hagger ... 124 points Private P. Gilbert ... 121 points Corporal Clothier .. 12C points

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THAT WATER TROUBLE. [To the Editor of the ADVOCATE.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 10 November 1899

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify our selves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents,] THAT WATER TROUBLE. [To the Editor ot the ADVOCATE.] SIB,-I notice in last week's issue of the "Gazette" exception is taken to a few candid truths set forth in my letter, which appeared in a recent issue of your popular journal, and in which I refuted certain unwarrantable charges brought against our river folk by one or two in« j dividual^ at a recent Cricket Union meeting, by one who signs himself " Cauliflower "-" Cabbagehead," me thinks, would have been more appropriate. He dwells at length on the grammatical errors appearing iq my letter, without one word re the trouble, and wonders at you, Mr. Editor, allowing such an ex pression of opinion to appear in your columns. Well, as for that, I can only repeat his words, and marvel that such an effeminate scrawl should find space in the "Gazette." He ("Cauliflower") surely never read my letter, or. is he the ; mouthpieceof o...

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