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Church Services. SUNDAY, JULY 6. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
Church Services. SUNDA r, JULY 6. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Bey. S. G. Fielding. Richmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. Rev. J. Howell* Price, Bural Dean. Thc Vineyards, 3 30 p.m., Mr. F. Simons. Kurrajong Heights, 3 ; St. Stephen's, ll ; North Richmond, 7, Blaxland's Ridge, 3. St Albans, ll, Upper McDonald, .2.30 j Mr. J. T. Marx. Wiseman's Ferry, 7, Lower Portland, ' 10.30 ; Ber. W. Roger-. ROUAN CATHOLIC. Windsor,*'Mass, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.; Evening Devotions 7 o'clock. 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, Mr. M. Myers ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Bichmond ll, Rev. J. W. Win spear ; 7, Mr. M. Myers. North Richmond ll, Mr. A. Williams. Kurrajong 2.30, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Wilberforce 3, Mr. O. Woodhouse. Sackville ll, Miss Dixon ; 7, Bev. J. Colwell. Lower Portland 2.30. Rev. J. Colwell. Leefe Yale ll, Bev. J. Colwell. Colo 2.30,...
The Sydney Water Supply. SUGGESTION TO CONNECT THE GROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
The Sydney Water Supply. SUGGESTION TO CONNECT THE \ GROSE. i In the Assembly, on 17th ulttimo, Mr. J. O. L. Fitzpatrick asked the': Secrerary for Public Works,--In view of the necessity which exists for supple menting the water supply of the city and 8uburbs,will he cause a report to be prepared upon the practioabüityof| a eoheme for connecting the Grose B&| var with the Prospect Bes^rroir:&bÏLl ^_, ^._^...^1 withoWdelaj? "\ 3 V ... " Mr. O'Sullivan answered.-This mat ter has been well kept before me by Mr, Brinsley Hall, M.P.f or the elector ate. The levels will not admit of con necting the Grose River to the Pros pect Reservoir unless the river is tap-; ped in very mountainous country, and" this work would be very expensive. I am further informed by my respon sible officers that a better and moré inexpensive means of assuring a per-. manent supply of water for Sydney and environs can be obtained than ' from the Grose River, and suoh a scheme could be constructed m...
RUMERY — CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
RUM ERY - CARROLL. On Saturday last, at St, Matthew's Church of England, Mr. T. W. Eumery, of Box Hill, and Miss Emma Carroll, youngest daughter of Mr. Peter Carroll, of George-street, Windsor, were united in holy bonds. The Rev. S. G. Fielding performed the ceremony. The bride WAS given away by her brother, Mr. W. Carroll, of Junee, and Mr. Lucas (Parramatta) acted as best man. The bride was attired in a becoming costume of blue cloth, and carried a beautiful bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Lucas (niece of the bridegroom), dressed in grey cloth, Miss Harding (niece of the bride), ina sea-green costume,'Miss Lila Carroll (niece of the bride), in a becoming frock of oream jbashmere. The bridesmaids wore pretty gold brooches, gifts of the bridegroom. A large gathering aSBemblea to -witness Jhe .jpepBm^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the good wishes of Ihe^^umerouB friends, Mr. and Mts. RurAery left for their future home at BoxlHjU.
PETTY THIEVING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
PErTY THIEVING. During the past week or two several petty thefts have taken place at the Windsor railway station. Mr. A. Oovcney, junior porter, lost his over coat, which was left hanging in the office. Several parcels were ralso lifted from the parcel room, but were subsequently found in the scrub near the station.
TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
TEIAL BY JUEY. ¡ The popular opera, " Trial Bj Jury," is being rehearsed for produc tion shortly at the Windsor School of Arts, in aid of the institution. New scenery is being painted, and the pro moters are endeavouring to make the performance a big success. A few ! more male voices - are wanted. Re hearsals are held on Monday and Friday evenings.
A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. For the "Herald." IX. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
A- Trip to |ew Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TIN AL ASIA. . . [By Kev. S. O. Fielding, author of " The Southern Light," " Down - W the Sea in ^Lipe," etc.] For tba " Herald." -IX, On the following day three of us in the coach' for /Tikiteri, about im milos off, which is con sideredthe chamber of horrors in yilis district. The:i-oadj after leaving Ohinematu, ran for about eight miles, along the border of the lake, a wide desolate plain extending on the other side to the base of the range of lofty, scarred, and thunder rivenniountains. We passed some smoking pools, and had some beau tiful glimpses of tlie lovely blue lake. On the way we came across abundant traces of the great erup tion. Although it had occurred ten years ago, the ash .which bad fallen lay in some places from a foot to three feet deep, and we passed. |hgp jigtt a great chjsm about a inila ^'^íi^h^'-^Tx^^f tyß k?en '"[QUI* we were driving, seemed to he on (ire. This was the smoke and steam arising from the celebrated ...
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") IX. YOKOHAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
AIriptotlieláiiiIflft|illiá|li/l [BY J. li. MITCHELL] .Jj (For the " Herald.") i IX. ' .1 YOKOHAMA. - Í There are delightful excursions in the environs of Yokohama, but having many other cities and places to visit during my short trip, I could only spare time to visit one or two, and after consideration as to whick would give us the most pleasure and interest us most, we decided on Kainakura, which was at one time the capital of Japan. It is now a meagre village, and but for the won derful relics of feudal times and the superb climate, would be almost un known. Yokakaina residents go there for the. bathing and change of air. We left Tile Bluff immediately after breakfast, intending to spend the whole day in sight-seeing. We caught the 9.50 train, and I was struck with the number of Euro peans making the trip. Kamakura, situated but a short distance from the village of Sase and the sea coast, is preserved as one of the most Re markable representations of the Budda which .^apan :Jàààj...
ACCIDENT TO SEN.—SERGEANT BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
ACCIDENT TO SEN.-SERGEANT BOYD. Whilst riding home across Goaper's paddock on Wednesday afternoon from Mr. 0. Farlow's slaughter house, Senior-Sergeant Boyd met with a painful accident. His well known black charger put his Soot in a. hpta the" plucky officer "caught hÍB remounted, and rode home. Dr. Gibson attended to the old veteran, who, we are pleased to report, is doing pretty well. His many friends, whilst sympathising with him, greatly admire the pluck he displayed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
H THE STOREKEEPERS, " RICHMOND s Cheaper j* than Eüer ! a Flutter this Week ! Light Yellow Sugar, 2d. lb. ; Pure China Hang Mee Tea, ls lb. ; Finest Plantation Mocha Coffee, ls 6d; French Coffee, ls 6d; Crown Soap, 5d per bar; LexM Raisins, 5d lb.; Candles, 5d, 6d, and 7d lb.; Corned Beet, llb. tins, 7d; '21b., ls; Sardines, qr. lb., 3d tin ; Vinegar, in bulk, 5d quart; etc., etc., etcl DRAPERY. Cheapest House in the District. PEACE! S "GOD SAVE THE KING!" if -H .","_"".",",,_..""M"".".1"".T_._"_Afc, Great Peace Demonstration in Windsor.
WINDSOR BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
WINDSOR BRASS BAND. A grand entertainment is being arranged to take place at the Windsor School of Arts on the 18th, in aid of the funds of the Windsor brass band. Mr. W. E. Armour is the secretary ; and he is arranging a first-class pro- ; gramme. A number of musical items will be given, concluding with a farce. For some time the band has supplied music pro bono publico ; and here is a chance for the public to reciprocate -to show their practical appreciation -by attending the entertainment.
DECORATIONS AND ILLUMINATIONS. GEORGE-STREET A PICTURE. FIREWORKS DISPLAY. THE RIVER BANKS AND BRIDGE AN AMPHITHEATRE. TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES, SONGS, AND MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
DECORATIONS AND ILLUMIN ATIONS. GEORGE-STREET A PICTURE. 'FIREWORKS DISPLAY. THE RIVER BANKS ASD BRIDGE AN AMPHITHEATRE. TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. PATRIOTIC SPEECHES, SONGS, AND MUSIC. In common with all parts of the : Empire, the news about the King's Und the coronation. However, here was another proof of the old «dag« - " there's many a slip twixt the cup and the lip." Bis Majesty was to be crowned on the Thursday; and there -was only a day's notice of the indefi nite postponement of the great event. Cur first thought;ïn Windsor was to knock the demonstration in the head. It was no timo to jubilate ovir any thing when the King's life was in jeopardy. When, however, the sus pense was relieved - wh"u it was ascertained that his Majesty was out of danger-those in charge of the ar rangements here decided to eliminate the coronation items, but proceed with the programme on the basis of a peace demonstration- Nevertheless, many there were "who could not, under the circumstances, look forwa...
The Illuminations. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
The Illuminations. It would be" difficult to conceive a scene more brilliant or beautiful than than that which unfolded itself after the first touch of darkness. From the Mayor's residence, where the Union Jack wared, to its comrade at the railway end, the street was blazing with light, and formed a bright avenue, of flaga, bunting, and fairy lights? It ; ^^^^^g^^^B^a^^^^L^ foundation to the to^Wt^löf ty gable, was outlined with red, white, and blue prism lamps, and gave out a beautiful effect. On the parapet stood a large transparency of Grown je weis, encircled with tricolor paper, whilst on the apex of the building, like a stern sentinel, stood a circular glass transparency bearing the word "Peace." The riband surrounding the transparency bore the rose, shamrock, and thistle, and the motto '-' God Save the King," thus finishing off a magnificent decora tion. Mr. J H. Blootne'a artistic skill was responsible for the designing of this illumination. On the opposite corner Mr. Brinsl...
"HERALD" TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
I " HERALD " TIPS. Park Stakes.-Bengal 1, Sonoma 2, M.L.D. 3. Clarendon Handicap.-Black wing 1, Speechless 2, Weronga 3. Two Tears Old Stakes.-Sentrona 1, All Heart 2, Byton 3. The Hawkesbury Handicap.-Mr. Wootton's elect 1, Aurantia 2, Fire clay 3. Welter Handicap.-Wail a-Bit II 1, Limerick Boy 2, Orry 3.
ELECTRIC LIGHTING OF RICHMOND SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
ELECTRIC LIGHTING OF RICH MOND SCHOOL OF ARTS. Same, stating that, in compliance with the Minister's promise to the deputation which waited on him on 7th ultimo, a report had been obtained as to the proposal to light the Rich mond School of Arts with electricity from the Hawkesbury Agricultural College plant, lt appeared that the School of Arts would require about 45 lights, power for which could be provided ; and the total cost of cables, poles, installation, &c, would be £760 approximately. The cost to the School of Arte, should the proposal be approved, would, therefore, be the interest on that amount, plus a charge of three pence per unit for the cur rent used. For practical purposes a
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
BIKE FOR SALE. ^ LMOSI NEW. Will take £7. Apply, The « Daily máil " (London) One of the ft /. - Become the Other Parfjri Reader May It is a rule of law-^and of common sense-that every cuntfaot partías. The " DAILY MAIL " bas undertakes to be tte "j a contract chat in many respects is the most reurarkable of The statement cf the offer made by the " DAILY MAIL " fol! the easy way in which «ny reader of this japer may accept himself of this altogether unprecedented opportunity. ¿ave ¡at least two Of tb* fitst partin aUwer announced. .IWItti an account of *ffer, and thoa avail It is characteristic of the age in which we live that not oifly^nnaficlers and barine»« | men make plans looking Arther into the future than formerly, All men, that is to say, all thoughtful and prudent men, look further ahead than men ofa^Bentury ago. Bete is an j opportunity to make a plan for the future that will bring a pre£|^«étorn-ot the greatest value. By small payments, at the rate of less ..than 6d. a day...
BOAT SCULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
BOAT SCULLS. Same, in reply to an application from Wm. Grono, of Lower Wilber force, for four pairs of sculls for the flood relief boat now in his charge, stating that, as tho boat was supplied by the Police Department, the appli cation had been referred to the in spector General of Police.
MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
The first quarterly prise shooting of "A" Windsor Company will take plane to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. TPày for " A" Windsor Company, Sid infantry Regiment, for the quarter just anded, also efficiency money lor the year, will be issued at the barracks to-morrow (Saturday) night at 7 o'clock.
THE RICHMOND BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902
THE RICHMOND BRIDGE > In the Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Hall presented a petition from the resident» of Richmond and dUtrict, asking that the construction of a traffic bridge across the Hawkesbury river at Bichmond, as recommended by the Public Works Committee, be not deferred one hour unnecessarily. Mr. Hall also presented a petition con taining a similar prayer from the residents of Kurrajong, North Rich mond, and other places. Mr. Hall, in presenting the documents, was greeted with piolonged acclamation.. The unusual interest displayed was due to the fact that every member of the House had been brought into touch with this bridge business ; they had been supplied, by the convenors of the North Richmond indignation meeting, with copies of the newspaper report of the whole affair. The peti tions were received. Mr. O'Sullivan gave notice of bis intention to move that the construction of the bridge be proceeded with.