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"The Breaker's" Last Lines. (From the "Bulletin.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

" The Breaker's" Last Unas. (From the «' Bulletin.") The following were written by "The Breaker " whilst in paol at Pretoria. They first appeared in the " Bulletin " on tbe 19.h inst : - BUTCHERED TO MAKE A DUTCH- MAN'S HOLIDAY. In prison cell I sadly sit, A d--d crest-fallen chappie 1 And own to you I feel a bit A little bit-unhappy 1 It really ain't (bc place nor time To reel off rhyming diction j But yet we'll -vrfte a fica! rhyme Whilst waiting cru-ci-fixion 1 No matter what " end " they decide Quick-lime or ?' b'iling ile," sir ? We'll do our best when crucified To finish off in style, sir 1 But we bequeath a parting tip Of sound advice for roch men Who come across in transport ship To polish off the Dutchmen 1 if you encounter any Boers, You really must not loot 'em I And if yon wish to leave these shores, ; Ki ¡jay's sake, DOS'T SHOO* '$su !' ! And a ;-iHi'd o a nt u D.S.O., Why every British binner ' Should know the proper wiiy to go j is: ".ASK TKK BOK.IV TO usNNt&i...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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Just the Traveller You Want. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Just the Traveller You Want. A really good traveller ia worth his weight in gold, or, rather, he would be if be didn't know it. That unfortunate *' if " spoils the best traveller in the world, because the better he is thc better he knows it. And tbe morecDnvinced he is of being a really good traveller (an'l there never was a traveller yet who had the faintest glimmer of a doubt on that point), the higher his price becomes. Now a man of very moderate ability wants 25 per cent., all his expenses, a carriage and pair, three months' holiday in the year, an carly'partncrship, his principal as a father in-law, and a few other trifling advantages. Can we wonder, then, that the »-eally clever one wants just a Itt le more than any firm on earth can afford to give him ? There is only one absolutely perfect " Com- mercial " in the world. He has every neces- sary quality and attribute An industry that never tins, au energy that never flags, a per- severance that never despairs, a persistence th...

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OFF TO THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

OFF TO THE WAH. MfBsre. W. Sly, Bon of Mr. Henry Sly, Albeit Harlin, son of Hr. E. Marlin, and Fred. Ezzy, son of Mc. E. Ezzy, sen, nave been enrolled with the Commonwealth Horse. A number of other local young men, willing to fight for King and coun- try, volunteered, but were unsuccessful. An interesting account of Mr. J. B. Mit- chell's trip to " The land of the rising sun " will be commenced in cur next issue. Mr. C. Cambridge ÖBB purchased the bakery business of Mr. T. 6. Allen. Mrs. Harris left Richmond this week for Burwood. Mr. H. B, 8. Dyer bas received an order for 200 copies of some photographs be took for a district gentleman recently. This speaks well for the high-class work he targa out. A great quantity of fodder ÍB arriving from up-country for local supplies. A district farmer has been finding a ready sale for his cornstalks at tight shillings per acre. Private Myers, of " D¿' Richmond Com- pany, 3rd Infantry Regiment, won £719s 6d, at the recent competitions at Sydne...

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Gosper-Dickson Memorial. £60 IN HAND. MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED. SITE CHOSEN—McQUADE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Gosper-Dickson Memorial. , £6è IN HAND. ' MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED. SITE CHOSEN^McaUADE PARK i In rasponee tojjthe meeting, called > 5 for Monday night in the council ^ <BbfctobBra,-^r«r^oriW6 teraud^yta*1 i pathiserp with the movement for a suit l able memorial to Farrier-Sergeant G. » J. Dickson and Trooper 0. J. Gosper, i two members of the Windsor Half » Squadron New South Wales Lancers, i a representative gathering put in an r appearance. Another meeting, held i at the same time, somewhat militated, t against the attendance. The chair j was occupied by the Mayor, who is ! president of the movement. The joint i secretaries, Messrs. B. B. Walker and ; » Norman Hall, were also present. ? The Chairman explained that the i committee had thought it as well to ' call the-subscribers together in order E that they might look at some of the. ; designs, abo in order to get an ex . pression of opinion as to the most suitable place to erect the memorial. > The sub-committee a...

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LOCAL [?] OUR HEADING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

_ \ » _!__ _. r '3*1 -JMiwft w©£ »Ä %r^M^ 'l|»w~w* fallad *o get it In Mme ïbr our »wt fioÍml^^^^Ñt^ hom a «keton by Mr. T. Abbott, formerly * well known resident in Windeor, bat who ii BOW following np the *rt4«tíc pruiesaion in Sydney. Beaders will donbtt es egree tuet it i» one of the most novel designs for » newsp per heading that ever they saw. To those who do sot know the Hawkesbury district it is a practical object leaton in gcigrnphy. All the places along the river, from the junction to the Lower Hawkesbury, are shown ; also part of the railway, from rising Biverstone to the important Richmond terminus. Outsiders will learn, by a glauca at this map, what an ciUnoive district the Hawkesbury is-the oldest, largest, and closest settled rural part of the State ; and advertisers, from near and far, will, we trust, be thus induced to patronise the columns of a paper published in its centre and circula'ing all ove: it. The central portion of the blcck, showing the waratah, flannel ...

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Ob[?]uary. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Obituary. On Friday last, the remains of a former resident of North Richmond, named James Lillyman, were laid to rest in St Peter's Church of England Cemetery. The remains were conveyed to Richmond on Friday, when Mr. Arthur Price took charge of the funeral arrangements. The Rev. J. Howell- Price conducted the burial service. The deceased was 84 years of age, and has rela- tives residing at Parramatta. His son, Mr. Harry Lillyman, was a schoolmate of the present middle-aged men of the district, and will be remembered by many. He was an intimate friend of Mr. John Smith,   of North Richmond. The death took place at Hobart,'Tasmania, on Friday last, of an old and revered Haw- kesbury native, in the person of the Kev. Canon Banks-Smith, incumbent of St. George's Church of England, and« brother in-law to the Hon. W. Walker, M.L.C. The deceased had reached thc advanced age ot 83 years, and was a native of Pitt Town. He received his first education under the tuition of the la...

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SUCCESSFUL MUSIC TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

«UrOKShFUL MUSIC TEACHER. Yira, Eather, who visits Richmond three or four times every week, can h.? v.(>¡] termed one of the most suc ctjs;-; >: \ muse teachers in the district. The nu: - r of her pupils is con .':¡>«' ' >i:< masing, and is already , Sii<v-! "-''»iy large to keep her time i uli% wi-, upied for several days each li uiiiîr her tuition pupils make great headway, and it is ap- parent that she possesses that gift of imparting to her pupils; the know- ledge of her wide experience as a pianist.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

I GOVERNMENT. At a public meeting held In the Australian . Hali, Wilberforce, on Saturday night last, the following resolutions were carried :- { (1) That, while we recognise the urgent ne cessity for the introduction of local govern- ment, we protest against any scheme that dees not surrender all revenus from direct taxation, land tax, lea es and rents to the local governing bodies, and against any scheme that does not give to the taxpayers, lessees, and crown lands tenants a direct rote in regard to the expenditure by such bodies. (2) lhat this res du ion be sub- mitted to Parliament through the member for the district.

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Send-off to Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

Send-off to Soldiers. Troopers Greentree, Hibbert, Voller, Dun ston, Eather, Harlin, and others who are going to South Africa in the Commonwealth   Horse, will be given a send-off at the School of Arts on Saturday evening next.

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

'tó^tb^iovíwWoiBMí î^< '-vi The, members of the.looa! tennis club are beginning to get into form again, and 'wfü. shortly try . conclusion with a Windsor team. ' Mr, George Greentree has one of the beet crops Of oranges about the dis- trict' We bear he ref wed a good 'figure for the crop ' quite recently. Messrs. Smith BroB. have' also a fine crop of mandarins coming On. ' .The general topio last week was the arrival of Mr. Joe Greentree's " two little daughters," and compliments have since been abundantly showered on the-genial and popular Joseph. The residents of Freeman's Beach intend giving a fitting send-off to- morrow evening (Friday) to Troopers H. Greentree, ß. R. Hilbert, and A. Voller, of "the Windsor Lancers. All three haye been enrolled in the Com- monwealth Horse, for South Africa. Mr. Inspector Blumer inspected the local Public School on Thursday and Friday last, and expressed himself thoroughly satisfied, and to the joy of the ' ' youngsters, " a half-holid...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 May 1902

RICHMOND.           WEDDING.—At St. Peters Church of England, Richmond, on April 19th., Mr. Charles Travis, of Richmond, was married to Miss Nellie Lawler, of the same town. The Rev. J. Howell-Price tied the matrimonial knot. The young couple will reside at Richmond, and they have the best wishes of all.

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A SPLENDID TARGET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

A SPLENDID TARGET. The above is Mr. James Hull's target at 500 yards' range on Saturday last in the tnatcb Windsor Civilian Rifle Club versus the H. A. College. He put up the splendid score of six bull's-eyes out of seven shot?, the odd one fringing the left edge of the bull's-eye.

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

?4 ?^0^-£:^^^^¡^W^^^^ parades and- fixtures for tüfe present quarter for the various military 'corps in the district HAWKES! nur FQOADKOK OF LAKCEUS. Richmond and Windsor Half'Squadrons assemble nt iheir respective bcadquaiter* on tbe following dales : - Date Parade Arms May 10 Whole day Lance and calbine May 17 Malt day Lance only May 24 Whole i:ay Lance and carbine May 31 Half day Lance and ¿word Dress for bait day parades, drill o der, willi plumes. DrcsB for whole days, service marching ordi-r, uo plumes ; but haversacks wa'er bottles, mess tins, and horse feids will be cai ried. Lunch will le provided. Khaki will not be worn until further orders. Mombers are urged to attend evtry parade, and thus secure th« eKoieucy money for year ending 30th June, iitOi. Members arc warne I against being late on patade. " A " WINDSOB Coy, 8nu IKI'TV. HEGT. May IO, Hali day parade May 17, Halt day parade. May 24, Half day paraie May 31, Whole day parade Dress : Drill order. "D" RICHMOND COY., S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

GU EST AND SKUTHORP, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices: RICHMOND & NORTH RICHMOND. Have for Private Sale_^ Brick Cottage, Windsor-street, Bichmond, £450 80 acres Blaxland's Bidgo, Cottage, Sheds, 5 acres young citrus trees, £175 26 acres choice farm, Bichmond Lowlands, £1,050 40 acres Orchard Land, North Bichmond, £150 60 acres Biver Farm, Lower Portland 40 acres Land, Upper Colo, £40 106 acres CP. Land, Grose River, Cottage and Orchard, £150 50 acres, Bell's Line Boad, Cottage, Small Orchard 19£ acres Orangery, Grose Vale, very choice, £250 1280 acres Freehold, Kurrajong 2560 acres Freehold, Kurrajong 41 acres Orchard and Building Land Kurrajong, £75 5 Choice Blocks, German Paddock, £7 iCs per acre li acres Land, Richmond 3 Allotments, Bast Richmond 40 acres CP., Blazland's Ridge 160 acres Orangery, Kurrajong, highly improved, £6000 60 acres do do improved, £1000 120 acres Forest, Londonderry 140 Bcres Forest, Currency Creek 180 acres Forest, Bell's Li...

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Local Industries. W. MITCHELL AND SON, RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

Local Industries. -« W. MITCHELL AND SON, RICHMOND. The followiug information re ceived by a " Herald" representative from Mr. W. Mitchell, J.P., will give an idea how the business at Rich mond, known as Mitchell & Son, has progressed since its establish ment. Mr. Mitchell says : I commenced business in the year 18G2 as a horse-shoer and general j blacksmith. The amount of capital I was then possessed of was £5. That year was visited with a very severe drought, similar to what we are now suffering from. Being a comparative stranger in the district, and having strong opposition in the trade to contend with, the first two years of my business life <in Rich mond were a hard struggle. I plod ded along as best I could, often work ing 15 and 1(3 hours a day, shoeing horses all day, and working on the forge without a helper often to 10, and sometimes ll o'clock at night. The business, by dint of hard graft , and good, honest work, daily in creased, and I was able to enga...

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Public Opinion. (The cditor invites correspondence, but does not necessarily [?] the writers' opinions) SUNDAY TRAIN. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

Public Opinion. (The eóitor invites correspondence, but d.es nof. npwftaai'ily onHnrji th» writers' opinions) SUNDA~TRAIN. (To the Editor). Sir,-It Í6 about time the Rich mond and Windsor people awoke. I hoped to see a day train on Sun day in the new time table. You can go south, west, and north in the j day on Sunday, and why not to Richmond ? The city residents will now be able to enjoy the beauties of the district by night on Sundays, ; and if the people residing in your district put up with this, they will put up with anything. Why cannot the t>.25 a.m. train to Penrith on Sunday take passengers to Rich mond. Of all the absurdities I ever read, this Sunday night1« train to' mid from Richmond will take the palm. It won't pay the grease of the wheels in winter eran if it does in bummer, which will bc a strong ground for the Commissioners to discontinue! running it. Apologising for troubling you, 1 am, Yours, &c, FREDERICK W. WALKER. 3f> Castlereagli street, Sydney.

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. OUR FORTHCOMING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

WINDSOR, THUBSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. OUR FORTHCOMING SHOW. IT was very gratifying to be able, ii our last week's issue, to give figure showing that, notwithstanding tin unfavourable season through whicl the district has passed, the forth coming show of the Hawkesbury District Agricultural Associator promises to compare favourably with those of former years. Indeed it is not too much to say, its succesi is assured. This is a matter for verj great congratulation, for the interests with which the Association concerne itself form the backbone of the pros perity of the district, and on theil successful development the happi ness of every resident, both of th« country localities and of the towns, depends. That is a truism which requires no argument for its estab lishment. AU know it from experi ence. If the different industries flourish, the people arc prosperous : otherwise, they are not. While the exhibits in the principal sections at the approaching exhibition will bear eloquent testimony t...

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College Dinner at Richmond. STAFF RECEPTION TO THE NEW PRINCIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

EBOBPTION TO THB NEW PBÏNODPÀIi. OU Tuesday night, at the Boyal Hotel, Bichmond, a dinner was ten dered the new principal, Mr. W. H. Potts, by the heads of the various departments at "the College. Mr. 0. T. Musson, English master, presided. On bis right was the new principal ; on his left Mr. G. Valder, the «tiring principal. The other members of the staff present were Mr. Cuthbert Potts, science master ; Dr. Gibson, of Wind sor, medical officer to the College; Mr. S. Adams, registrar; Mr. J. Alford, orchardist ; Mr. D S. Thomp son, poultry expert ; Mr. Albert Gale, bee expert; Mr. A. HawkeBworth, sheep and wool lecturer ; Mr. Stewart Pottie, veterinary scientist; Mr. G. Cobb, farm manager; Mr. A. Brooks, foreman carpenter ; Mr. C. Ausburn, engineer ; Mr. G. L. Sutton, farming experimentalist; and Mr. Milton Myers, registrar's assistant. The only officer absent was Mr. Percy Suter, dairy instructor, who was left in charge of the College for the evening. Mr. Suter, however, was an ol...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. OUR SHOW ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

LOCAL AND GENERAL. OUR SHOW ISSUB. On account of the show, our next issue j v/ U be later than usual-it »iii not appear till Friday evening, in time to catch the mail to Richmond. By this means our readers will get the show repott an issue earlier than «re contd otherwise gire it. Ad rei Users wishing to take advantage of our j show production are requested to send in t'teir matter io good time. Intending sub* seri bera-especially country friends-should find it a good opportunity, whilst visiting the show, for getting our representatives to ! note down their sames.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902

SPSCIAIi White Calico, at 3s 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at 10¿d and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, L> 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. W.îite Wool o's lldj-8s lld, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s. Su Single Blankets, white, at 3s lld. Coloured Blankets, single, at 4B 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, 48 lld, 5s lld. GRIMWOOD'S Men?8 Macintoshes, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. Cash Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .GKEOIRGKE - STREET. A Beautiful Display of NEW SEASON DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS. Special Ranges in Cashmeres, Poplins, Satin Cloths, Black and Navy Ripley Serges, from ls 3d to 3s 6d. Black Silk Figured 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 Seqmnned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique Collarettes, and Black Boleros. Twine Coloured Silk Appliques an...

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