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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902. THE PUBLIC WORKS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JÛLY i, 1902. THE PUBLIC WORKS POLICY. The Member for the Hawkesbury, when speaking recently at North Richmond and at Richmond, de fended the public works policy of the Government. "The Government have been assailed on all sides," said Mr. Hall, " with the charge that they are plundering the funds of the country ; and suggestions are made that the public expenditure should be curtailed. Now, I ven ture to assert that, iii my humble opinion, if ever there was a time, in the history of the State, when Go vernment ' works of a reproductive character Bhould be carried out, then now iß the time, above all others, because we all know that nearly half the workers are to-day out of employment." This is an aspect that the general clamourers for economy seem to overlook. In . their desire to be " agin the Govern works were stopped. Private enter prise throughout the State at the present is having a bad time. And if, on top of that, the Government purse strings were drawn tigh...

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WEDDING BELLS. BAYLIS—DYER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

BA/n^~'i'TJi^:..'':'0...:-ç A very pretty wedding tobk place on Wednesday week last at All Saints' Church pf England, Petersham, when Miss Alice Ann Dyer, second /laughter of the late Mr. S. E. Dyer, pf Wind sor, was married to Mr.' Arthur Charles Leitch Baylis, eighth son of Mr. Henry Baylis, ex-Police Magis trate for Wagga. The Rev. Robert E. Goddard,. B.A., officiated. Ihe bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. W. J. Skinner, wore a becoming dress of white tucked silk, richly* trimmed with duchess** laoe and white chiffon. She wore a white picture hat trimmed with ostrich feathers, and carried a pretty shower bouquet of jonquils and tuber roses, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Rosie Moore, was attired in a dainty costume of white voile, with white glace strappings and white hat to match, tastefully trimmed with red berries and white chiffon. She wore a gold turquoise and pearl brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Frank Baylis fulfilled the duties...

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WINDSOR SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

WINDSOR SOHOOL OP ARTS. 1 The annual meeting of the membets of the above institution takes place in the hall on Tuesday, July 15, at 8 p.m. Business : Reception and adop tion of annual report and financial statement ; election of officers ; mis cellaneous business. The usual monthly meeting of the Hawkesbury Progress Association (Windsor centre), lapsed on Monday evening last. Those who put in an appearance were : Messrs. J. B. John ston (President), C. Chester, E. J. Forssberg, T. Hancock, T. Maloney, and F. Fitzpatrick. At the termination of the official programme of last Friday night's demonstration, the Richmond and other visitors-or as many of them as could be gathered together - were entertained at the Royal. The large dining room was commandeered. The two Windsor captains welcomed the visitors, and Lieutenant Skuthorp and Mr. Simpson (Richmond) responded. Then Mr. G. Gallaher took a seat at the piano, and what with songs and general conviviality, the company wound up the day ...

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CLOTHIER—SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

CLOTHIER-SMITH. One of the most fashionable wed dinga celebrated at St. Matthew's i Church of England, Windsor, for a j longtime past took place on Wednes day last, when Mr. George Albert Clothier (the popular teacher in charge of the Currency Creek Public School, and Q.-M.S. in the Hawkesbury Squadron of Lancers), and Miss Elsie Elizabeth Smith, eldest daughter of Mr. Lawson Smith, of Freeman's Roach, were united in holy bonds. The church was specially decorated for the occasion and looked very pretty. The altar rails were decked with ferns and greenery, intermingled with arum lilies, jessamine, and red and white pennants. A number of lances with pennants unfurled were erected near the alter, and created a pleasing effect. Long before ll o'clock-the hour appointed for the function-a large gathering had as sembled at the church, and by the time the ceremony took place there were fully 200 people present. The Rev. S. G. Fielding tied the nuptial knot. Mrs. Eather presided at the orga...

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

ULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES .to return his Sincere Thanks to his Itichmoad and Kurrajong Patrons for their ' esteemed favors at such incon venience to themselves by comingto Wind sor, and has much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPJCNKD A SIÍjOPinlilCH. MUND, who a Stock most coin p'elr nud tip-to d a t c i ii nil branches, which he iutouils sell ing at PRICES THAT WILL DKFV-" COM PliTl I'lON. HOESE RUGS, Colonial Made cannot .bp. surpassed lor Hrengtb and Fit, SPECIAL LINfeS in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of tile Trade, . . "j RENEW TH E SOIL. Manures for all Crops, Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT - STBE ET, SYDNEY. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE"^CÖLLISON, ti-BORG-jES-StT1., WINDSOR, BEG to announce to the Eosidonis of tho Hawkesbury District that it is their intention to COMM EN CE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose of Property in any part of tho Hawke...

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

Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Richmond. Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearance j guaran teed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stnmps U desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice, j CONSULTATIONS FBEB. TEE DRUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians1 prescriptions with «curacy and despatch. Your Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. BuooesBor to the Late Hr. E. Coley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Honey to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. WAL...

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

JÍrín trais, ÍT6 ÍSottU»on Orange trees, fend iOO fe&ribftt Ala toes. The »bow »re in lnB tearing, «tri Mowely fenced. . H. o. nzzr. LOST, BAY PONÍ, long tail, branded « « on near shonider. Beward on retaining to-J. PYE, Blverstone, or B. 1VEEY, Blacktown. îollison, im &PBOPERTY AGENTS, H¿VB FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES : I Comfortable broomed Two-storey Besidenoe, with balcony, out-honses, and every con renience, in Bell-street, windsor. Cheap I five Splendid Building Allotments, situate at Newtown, Windsor, with frontage to Oeorge-Btreet, and easy distance from Ballway Station. Will sell in one or nore lots on easy terms. I Four-roomed Cottage, situate George-street, Windsor. A comfortable home. I Two-storey Dwelling, George-street, Wind sor ; every convenience, in good repair. Dwelling situate in M&equarie-street, New town, known as Julian's property, and belonging to Mr. F. Perkins. Comfortable residence ; now.occupied. 18ixty ¿cres of Land at Curren...

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The Fireworks. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

The Fireworks. The display of fireworks was a very good one, and was solely managed by Mr. C. Chester (secretary to the whole function). The infantry were lined along the railings of the Windsor biidge, and supplied with colored matches, which were ignited and thrown into the water. Several rockets were discharged, The feu-de joie (300 rounds) and the royal salute of 60 guns were well arranged. One of the best sights was-the burning of an extended row of large colored lights, which illuminated the river and its surroundings for a great distance. Mr. Chester successfully sent up a 20 feet fire balloon, which floated away-into the heavens as it were until the ball of fire attached to it became like unto a star. The display concluded with an 8-inch shell being discharged into the air. lt was a magnificent thing, and as it soared through the air with its shower of pretty ßparks for several hundred feet, people wondered what was going to happen next, when suddeuly Unex ploded, and thousa...

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The Procession. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

The Procession. j It was admitted on all sides that the procession was one of the fi a est sights ever seen in Windsor. At 6 o'clock, the Windsor and Richmond Lancers, under the command of Cap tain B. Hall, who had with him Lieutenants W. T. Charley, H. Sku thorp, R. B. Walker, and N. Hall, fell in near the Orderly rooms, and proceeded across the bridge on to tlie Wilberforce R;ad. ïlien followed " A" Windsor Company, 3rd Infantry Regiment, in command of Color-Strgt. Hannabus, Captain Paine, O.C, being appointed as marshall for tho pro cession. On reaching the opposite side of the river, the infantry lit their torches and matched on to the bridge, and took up a position in extended order on the up-the-river side. . Im mediately after, a row of torches on the down-the-river side of the bridge was lit. The effect was a magnifie tnt one, as the torches shorn upon tho soarlet coats of the infantrymen, and the water beneath was dotted with tho reflections of the lights. The Lancers then ...

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HAWKESBURY RACES. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

HAWKESBURY RACES. TO-MORROW. The following are the weights in connection with the above : - The Park Stakes.-Mazarine 9.5, Orry 9, Rewina 9, Sonoma 9, Bengal 9, Boosting 8.12, Merry Jest 8.1?, Loch Nenagh 8.6, Spelter 8 6, Ruella 8 4, Dunmore 8.4, M.L.D. 8.4, Starling 8.2, Bulloo 8.2, Lady Prim- i rose 8.2, Advance 7.lu, Exchange 7.7. ' Clarendon Handicap«-Antique 9.5, | Alfonso 9, Weronga 8.11, Speechless 8.9, Heydey 8.9, Queen of Sheba 8.5, Wait-a-Bit II 8.5, Good Speed 8.6, Negrito 7.5, Murra 7.5, Blackwing 7.5, Limerick Boy 7.5. Two Tears Old Stakes.-Sentrona 9.5, Famous 9 2, Scarlet Bunner 8.5, Mrs. Grundy 8.5, All Heart 7.6, Maid of Masham 7, Byton 7, Long Tom 6.8, Spectral 6.8, Not Guilty 6.7, Simmer ing 6.7. The Hawkesbury Handicap.-Lady Grafton 9.5, Redeemed 8.12, The Persian 8.12, Naphro 8.10, The Maine 8.10, Aurantia 8.10, Fireclay 8, Queen of Sheba 7.12, Merlina 6.7, Glenmore 6.7. Welter Handicap.-Gentleman Jim 10.8, Antique 10.6. Weronga 9.12, Scientist 9.5, Wait-a-Bit ...

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MULGRAVE PLAYING WITH GUNPOWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

MULGRAVE i PLAYING WITH GUNPOWDER, i On Saturday last a five-year-old , child of Mr. W. Bartle met with a painful accident. It appears the little fellow got hold of a tin of gunpowder, 1 which fae threw into a fire. In the 1 explosion the child was severely burnt ! about the face and hands.

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

BILIOUS DYSPEPSIA. A Miserable Sufferer Made Happy. The Case of %. J. BROWN. (Bf A STONEY REPORTER.) Consequent on a particular occurrence, representations were made to our reporter that it would be well to set aside all doubt as to the contentions advanced by Mr. James Brown, lof No. 10 Turner Lane, Woolloomooloo, and on arriving at thia address he enquired : " Will you kindly explain to rn« what your recent afflictions were like ? " " I ara quite willing to do so, more espe cially as my ailments were beaten in the end ; and another thing, there are plenty of sufferers who might near of my recovery with advantage to themselves. For a long time I had been goiug about as if Z had not a «park of life left in me. I had no energy to do ' my work, aud I even felt that it was too irksome to think about. If I had to go , anywhere, particularly if I had to walk, I was too languid to exert myself, and I always put everything off till the last moment. '? My mind was in such an un settled «tat...

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

TO LET. CUTT AGE, Four Booms and Kitchen, George-street, Windsor ; newly done nj) Jlcnt, 5s per week. Apply, "HERALD" OFFICE. TO_LET. TWil-STOREY DWELLING, 4 Rooms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, Ck-orge-strect, Windsor. Bent, 8s 6d per wock. Gae bid on, if required, for reliable ten&nW Apply, "HERALD" OFFICE, DÜRING THE CURRENT MONTH D. Holland WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING LINES AT AND CO., BLANKETS, 7/9 to 21/ per pair White Honeycomb Quilts, 3/6, 4/11, 7/11 White Toilet Quilts, 6/11, 9/6,14/6 Turkish Towels, 5Jdi 7*d, 1/ Colored Bugs, 2/6, 4/6, 5/11 Pillow Oases, from 9d each White Twill Sheets, ready hemmed, from 6/11 per pair FLANNELETTES, Fink and Cream, 3Jd, 6¿d 6¿d ; Striped and Fancy from 8Jd per yard DRESS MATERIALS, Colored Serges, from Hi per yard Costume Cloths, from 8Jd Black Cashmere, from 1/3 Black Voile, from 2/3 Colored Repps', from lOJd ' For the Ladies.. Black Alpacca Dress Skirts, from 6/11 Black Alpacca do circular flounce, from 11/6 Abo Superior trimmed...

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

RIVERSTONE. J Mr. Chas. Walsh, who recently purchased a wood and coal depot a Petersham, is doing remarkably well Already he has sufficient orders from different wholesale customers to keep him going for several months. K,rr. H. Shoular, who recently me vith a severe accident at Marsdei Park, ¿9 making favorable progresi towards recovery. The Railway authorities hav< erected a largs lamp at the entrance to« the Railway gates, which is supply ing" a long felt want. Mi** Sydney Jarrett, whilst getting wood i°r household purposes, wai stung W a scorpion. Mr. Jarreti suffered acutely, 7but under Mr Buchans tt's skill, was soon free from pain, and has recovered from its effects Mr. W» wtworth, representing thf Messrs. El Ty ana* Co-» has been in thf district for .'he past week on his usual half yearly to'ur. Il yon want a pa'' of comfortfililu fitting boots, and a pair ¿hat will see you through tim winter, give yoi ir order to C F. Morlley, who turns out noting but tbe rery be...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

FREEMAN'S REACH. Mr. Gilder, an ex-student of the , Hawkesbury Agricultural College, who has leased the orchard andi farm properties of Mr. Johnson, haa made great improvements thereon in the way of tilling and pruning in a thor oughly up-to-date, manner. . His methods of orcharding certainly reflect credit on him and tine institution in which he gained his knowledge of agriculture. Your correspondent on Tuesday ! last discovered a crow eating raven- ! ously of an orange, which seems to indicate that the stock are still stand-' ing the drought, and that "crow" food is scarce. Mrs. Hugh Conlan, Mrs. George Bowman, and a son of Mr. "W. Brewer, who were all seriously ill, are now convalescent. Mrs. Samuel Clarke, who is close on 90 years of age, stülVhas full pos session of' all her faculties, and can give a graphic description of events which took place in her childhood. All the residents of this locality have now to procure their water from the river, other means i of supply having f...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Progress Asso ciation was held on Wednesday evening, Mr. L. J. Darling (presi dent) in the chair. A letter was read from Mr. J. Cook, M.H.R., stating that he would do his best regarding the duty.on tobacco stems. It was resolved to ask for £500 for a recreation ground for River stone, with an area of not less than 15 acres. The secretary was instructed to write to the Deputy Postmaster General to try and get Riverstone brought under the flood area, BO that telegrams may be posted outside the post-office providing information in time of flood. The hall account was passed for payment. General regret, was expressed when the news arrived here of the death of Mrs. H. Schofield, wife of Mr. H. Schofield, who is in the em ploy of Mr. L. J. Darling, Mr H. Hough gave an exhibition of buck-jump riding in the station stock-yard one day. last week. A young colt had been trucked to Mr. G. Kiss, and had never been handled, but Mr. Hough put the saddle and br...

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SCHOFIELD'S [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 4 July 1902

SCHOFIELDS SIDING mr j.Mangold met with a severe accident at Schofields siding on Saturday morning.It seems he was in charge of a team,drawing a load of wood,and whilst endeavouring to keep the dray off a stump hole,he fell over a small bush, and the wheel   passed -over his foot, crushing it severely.. The sufferer will be in- '.. - eapacitated for some weeks.

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RICHMOND. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

À committee meeting was mäijA ' Tueßday night. Present ~ Messrs. G. E. Woodhill (president), Collet, Street, Ridge, Brooks, Biddle, Camp beil, Burnell, Dr. Helsham, and Rer. J. H. Price, It was resolved to accept the offer of the Govern ment for the electric lighting of the institution, connected from the H. A. College, The draft report of the annual meeting was read, and adopted for presentation. A regu lation was adopted to debar default ing billiardist members from playing again until their arrears be wiped off. .

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SCHOFIELD'S SIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

SCHOFIELD'S SIDING. The residents here have a petition on the rounds collecting signatures for i presentation to the Minister for Works, praying that the road from Schofield's Siding to the Windsor Hoad be re paired. Mr. J. M. Davis, representative for Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, was in Windsor last week establishing agencies, etc. WADE'S Wo BM FIGS, the wonderful Worm Worriers, ara always ejective. Xs, boxes.*

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

MARSDEN PARK. The usual monthly 0. of E. 86 ^ice will be conducted in the Presbyterian Church by Kev. G. Manning on Sun day next at 3 o'clock. Mr. Nat. Outlaw paid a visit to his parents last Sunday. He recently got married, and broupht along his wife. They have our beBt wishes. Mr. E. Green met with slight acci dent last week. He was driving a horse rttached to a cart, and after passing Hillview, the animal fell, breaking the shafts, harness, &c. The driver was somewhat knocked about. Fortunately Mr. Heid was in the vicinity and soon had the horse re leased, and the broken vehicle in tow en route for Mr. Green's home at Glenbrook Farm.

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