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TO ALL PEOPLE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

TO ALL PEOPLE 1 What a blessed sight isa united family 1 United in hand, united in heart, united in their affection for each other, and in their love to God 1 Working together for one earthly object, and towards the same heavenly end, Rejoicing in each other's smiles, and weeping in one another's tears. Bearing one another's burdens through the world of many trials ; in all sorrows trusting in God, even unto death. And separated only to meet before their Heavenly Father, by whom to be re-united in the Home of everlasting happiness,

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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TO MY SON! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

TO MY SON 1 Three things mast thou do ! Fear God 1 Love thy neighbour I Honor thyself 1 If thou doest these three things Thou shalt have no need of those Other three things The earthly priest, The legal gent, The medical man. These three are shams which must be dis pensed with In the course of time all shams shall be swept off the face of the earth ; For the heart of man shall discern the right And do it {

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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In Search of Gold. By the Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER I.—A RECORD SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

In Search of Gold. By thc Attthor of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER I.-A REOOED SLEEP. * HitiiO ; I say ! what's happened Î' * Nothing that I know of, except -. that you've slept the clock round twice.' * Nonsense !' Cecil sat up in bed and tried to stifle a yawn. ' I say, Peter, what is up? I went to sleep in a sort of pandemonium : now it's so quiet we might be keeping a Scotch Sabbath. I was dreaming, when you shook me, that I was wandering, without a care in the world, through the woods at Wood thorpe.' 'What pastoral dreams Lilies have !' observed Blue Peter, with his amiable sneer. ' But I'll lay bail you weren't alone there,' ' No' ; said Cecil, gazing absently out of the window and quite imper vious to the sarcasm hidden under the words. 'I wasn't alone. I wonder,' he murmured to himself, ' how long it will be before we can be together anywhere except in dreams.' 'I wish you'd wake up now,' Bald Peter, ' and take some grub. I'm getting a bit sick of having everything thrown on ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Professional. Plano and Organ Tuning. Our Representative - VISITS - WINDSOR REGULARLY, And also on Receipt of Letter. Ordere, addressed c/o ADVOCATE Office, will be promptly attended to. W. BLACKBUBN & SON, Piano & Organ Tuners and Repairers, Parramatta. ESTABLISHED 1876. Business. TEE BEST VALUE IN WINDSOB. H. A. CLEMENTS, GEOEGE-STREET, BEST Brands of Groceries. All Kinds" ! of Produce on Hand. Hams, Bacon, Corn-fed and Locally-cured Pickled Pork. Cups and Saucers, 2s lOd per doz, Large Beading Lamps, 24in. high, 2s 6d each ; Hamodava'Tea, Is to ls6d ; Bice, 71bs. for ls ; Candles, 31bs for ls. Sole Agent for the Famous HAMO DAVA TEA. J. DICKSON, Grocer and Produce Merchant, Corner of George and Baker-streets, WINDSOJR. All goods, best quality, at Lowest Possible Prices. Families waited on for Orders. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. Highest Market Rates Given for Maize. DRESSMAKING AT MILLINERY. Mrs. Harris INVITES the attention of the resi dente of t...

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WINDSOR V. MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

WINDSOR V. MILITARY. I The above dobs met on Macqu&rie Btreet wicket on Saturday last, tbe result being a win for Windsor by 2 wieke ia and 2 rans. The scores wera : Military, 78 and 69 ; Windsor, 68 and 71 for 8 wickets. Following are the scores : KILITABY-First Innings. W. Barber, b Bowman ... ... 2 j E. Barber, c Bowman, b Rodda ... 29 H. Eather, c Brancher, b Rodda ... 6 J. T. Fitzgerald, not out ... ... 19 P. Molloy, c & b Bowman . 0 B. H. Paine, run out. 3 B. Eather, b Callaghan . 8 Beveridge, run out .,. . 3 Barber, b Callaghan ... . 3 Hagger, b Callaghan.- 1 E. Collison, b Callaghan ... _» 0 Sundries ... ». 6 Total.., . 78 WINDSOE-First Innings, Brancker, b W. Barber . 6 J, Chandler, b H. Eather ... ... 4 Callaghan, c Paine, b W. Barber ... 8 Rodda, b H. Eather. 3 Bowman, b H. Eather . 7 J. W. Chandler, b H. Eather ... 8 Ross, b H. Eather '. 1 Ashby, not out. IS Cobcroft, c & b Eather ... ... C Day, l.b.w., b Paine ... .» ... Î Hull, not out ... . î S...

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RICHMOND V. WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

RICHMOND V. WILBERFORCE. This match was played at Wilberforce on1 "Saturday last, and resulted in a win for Richmond by 6 wickets. The scores on both sides were very low, the wioket being greatly in favour of the bowlers. During the game both Klein and Waters, of the Richmond team, performed the " hat trick." Waters secured the splendid average of 4 wicket» for 4 runs. Follow ing are the scores : I WILBEBFOBOE-First Innings. I J. Hibbert, b Waters. ... 16 N. Bushell, b Klein. 12 1 H. Bowd, b Klein . 0 A. Farlow, b Klein ... ... ... 0 Í G. Turnbull, st. Farlow, b Klein ... 0 . E. Beecroft, b Devlin. 1 W. Wilbow, c Waters, b Klein ... 6 G. Johnston, b. Waters ... ... 0 A. Greentree, b Waters . 0 F. Bushell, c and b Waters. 9 W. Gordon, not out ... ... 6 Sundries . .... 7 Total.... ... 57 Richmond bowling.-Klein, 5 wickets for 33 runs ; Devlin, 1 for 12 ; Waters, 4 for 4. RICHMOND-First Innings. J. Waters, b Wilbow. 27 J. Mitchell, b Greentree . 17 C. Farlow, b Bowd ... ... 1 B. Klein,...

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WINDSOR BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

WINDSOR BENEVOLENT ! ASYLUM. j Committee Meeting. Tfeè usual monthly meeting of tila Jttembers of the committee of the above society was held on Monday* afternoon last. Present : Hon. Wm. Walker, President (in' '', the ch^ir), and Messrs J. J. Paine, sectary, 8. T. Greenwell, Treas urer, Phillip Charley, B. Conlan, Johnston, J. Gosper, Mitchell,' and I>r. Gibson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and cocfirmed. An account for £1 10s, for erect ing 38 roda of S raj! fencing due to W. Oase, was passed for pay meat. It was decided to call for tenden for supplies, etc., £>r the coming year. Dr. Gibson considered that the milk should be less expensive than hitherto. Mr. J. Gosper mored: "That permission be granted to Mr. W. Case to split 600 pieces of timber, posts and rails, at the rate of £1 per 100 pieces, on the Benevolent Society's property at Wilberforoe., Seconded by Mr. B. Conlan and carried. Mr. J. J. Paine, the secretary, then read the relief report when alter...

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WINDSOR MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

WINDSOR MARKETS. Following' ate the prices current at the Windsor Marketa . £ t Û «Sd Maize .» from 0 3 0 to 0 3 6 Oats. 0 0 0 ' 0 2 4 ? 'Bran ' ... OOO 0 0 ll Jfcttard ... OOO 010 , wTotfitoes .... 0 0.. 0 . 0 6 0 Cbickwheat OOO '083 Onions ... OOO ' 0 0 1¿

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SYDNEY FRUIT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

SYDNEY FRUIT MARKETS. Increased supplice ot all varieties of seasonable fruits were under offer at the Bathuret-street markets this week. Busi ness was fairly brisk, all lines command ing a good deal os at tention at quotations Apricots were pgain easier with the in quiry good for choice samples. Green and very small sorts were hard to sell at low prices. Citrus fruits moved steadily at prices much the same as those ruling last,weak. Current quotations were : £ s d £ s d Apples ... 0 M 0 to 0 IS 0 Passionfruit... 0 5 0 0 10 0 Lemons 0 2 6 0 6 0 Oranges ... 0 8 0 0 15 0 Mandarins ... 0 6 0 0 13 0 Apricots ... 0 5 0 0 10 0 Strawberries 0 1 0 0 2 6

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Union Competition Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Union Competition Matches. .The third set of matches in connection ?with the Hawkesbury District Union Competition took place on Saturday last. Owing to the previous Saturday's play having to be abandoned on account of rain, the matches were decided on last Saturday's play. In the match Park "Villa v. Riverstone, played on McQuade Park, the latter won rather easily, as also did Richmond in their match against Wilberforce, and College against Kurra jong, whilst the match Military v. "Wind sor finished up very closely.

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CRICKET. Hawkesbury District Cricket Union Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

CRICKET. * Hawkesbury District Cricket Unión Meeting. On Wednesday evening last the, usual monthly meeting of the above union was held at the Boyal Exchange Hotel.. There was a very poor attendance, only a quorum putting in an appearance. Those present were Messrs. J. T. Fitzgerald (in the chair), F. G. Daley, Sampson, McKillop, and the Secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORBEBPONDENCE. From the Park Villa"club, stating that the members of last season's club had re ceived their medals, and the engraving thereon bad been finished, and making a request that they might be paid for, On the proposition of Mr. Daley, seconded by Mr. Sampson, the amount, £l~7s ?d, Was passed for payment. From the Kurrajong club, intimating that Mr. F. Woode, one of their delegates, had resigned, and that Mr. W. Boss had * been elected to fill the office. Received. From Mr. Joe Aspery (Park Villa), apologising for any reflection he may have cast on the Onion by his corre...

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WEBB'S CREEK. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

WEBB'S CREEK. - '.it (From our own Correspondent.) It ia rumoured that Mr. Gabriel and Mr. C. Pemberton ar« com panions in trouble, both taring >e¿ ceived strict instructions to keep on the toad iii certain pteces. - Mr. McNulty and'his wife left the Creek on Thursday last for Sydney, I)uring his s(^ «fn.^the^ district they îad made toany friends, wno Will always be pleased to welcome them, should they erer porno along tbû way again ; 7 The hea^y rain; of last week caused the Greek to overflow its banks, ^t&tfaarceult that a large quantity of young maize was flooded, sffldtwiU in consequence bo spoiled. One pf tbs, Jb|p^est+ losers is Mr. G. Nor^ raUï Ws farm of mais© being submergM» :v . y {Bridge builders letter, repont assinorum bridge .over. wabVa Creek:, a bit too strong' lor. pubica rion. We don't want to our scalp just yet, which Ve feel certain would be the? ewe, were^wtlo pub lish it. Thanks lor ajiy .Jbcal itents.--BbJ ^ '. ^ **

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Local Water supply. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Local Water supply. Mr. Adams, mechanicái engineer from the] Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board, visited Eichmund on Friday last, to inspect the water pipes &c, and found that it would be necessary to replace the old meters with new ones- As a result of Mr. Adam's visit, Mr. Oopp was sent up by the Board, during the week to carry out the necessary work, which was finished on Wednesday last. Several cases are set down for hearing at the local police court this Friday. Mr. Thomas Freeman of Agnes Banks has been ill for the paBt week or two. Miss Eva Riley has left the Imperial Hotel, on a visit to Mrs. Morgan's sister, at Campbelltown. The annual meeting of Magistrates, for granting auctioneers lfcenseB, takes place at the local courthouse on thc 28th instant. The evergreen and popular Fred Stew» art, left Richmond on Thursday afternoon for Coonamble, where he will remain for sometime. Miss Watson, Of Petersham, bas been spending a few weeks' holiday in Bich* mond as the gu...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

MARKETS. -* The market|wcre this week rather dull in nearly all depsrtments. The inquiry for maize was fair, the market being steady at quotations. Americau maize was freely offered at 2s lld per bushell. Lucerne hay continued in fairly good re quest up to 45s per ton. Turnips were scarce, and in demand up to 20* per ton. Lucerne from 6. Cox, Mulgrave, brought 28, J. Smith, Windsor, passed. Turnips from'L. Greentree, Windsor, brought ls, F. G. Wood, Richmond, 9d. Wholesale quotations were as follows : £ s d £ s d Oats. 0 2 1 0 2 3 Maize ... 0 2 11. 0 3 2 Chaff. 2 10 0 3 5 0 Oaten Hay ... 3 Í0 Ö 4 fi O Lucerne ... 1 10 0 3 0 0 Onicns ... 2 5 0 5 10 0 Potatoes ... 0 17 6 4 0 0 Butter ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Bacon ... 0 0 4 0 0 7 Fowls ... 0 2 ft 0 5 6 "". Ducks ... 0 2 6 0 4 0 ^ Muscovies ... 0 4 0 0 6 0 Geese ... 0 0 0 0 6 0 Turkeys ... 0 5 0 0 16 0 Eggs... ... 0 0 6J 0 0 9 Honey ... 0 0 là 0 0 2J Footwood ... / 0 8 0 0 15 0 Billet Wood ' 0 7 0 0 ll 0 Bakers' Wood 0 8 6 0 10 6 Bundle Wood 0...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

OBITUARY. We have this week to report the sad and untimely death of Martin Vaughan, son of Mr. Jas. Vaughan, of the Pitt Town road, at the age of 18 years. The circumstances surrounding the unfortunate lad's death are very sad. It appears he was letting some horses through the rails at his father's paddock on Tuesday night last, when one of the animals kicked him in the ohest, causing injuries which resulted fatally. When the news of his accident became known to the family, medical aid was at once procured, but all the attention and care proved of no avail, the young man passing away on Wednesday night. The deepest regret is ex-1 pressed on all sides, as the deceased was well-known and well-liked. The funeral took place this Friday morning at II o'clock, and was largely attended. The coffin was pf polished cedar, with silver moun tings, and was coveted with wreaths. The remains were interred in the Windsor B. 0. Cemetery. The Bev. Father Macdonell offici ated, and Mr. T. Collison ca...

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Trooper Holborow. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Trooper Hotborow. Rews was received OB Teecday night j last, from trooper D. T. Holborow, better j knovrna* " Chum," to the effect that he i had,gone to the scene of the war in the ' transvaal, with the Kew Sooth Wales Lancer9. If such is, the case, the district will, after all, be -. represented and " Chums"many friends join in wishing him " good luck and a safe return." The letter was written on board the boat, ! that conveyed the lancers from Aldershot to £outh Africa We understand that Trooper Holborow. had. obtninod a six month's furlough, for the purpweof doing business in the mother country, for several colonial firms, bm preferred go ing to thc front with bis fellow soldiers. Colonel Holborow, journeyed to New castle on Monday last, to send some papers and letters over to Chum bnt un fortunately the boat conveying thetroof« had gone before his arrival.

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Chicks Dying in the Shell. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Chicks Dying in the Shel!. Ia answer to inquiries as to the reason why chickens and ' ducklings fully ma« tured in the egg die before being able to get out, Mr. J. J. McCue, Poultry Expert at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, Bays :-" This has been a wide-spread complaint this seaton, and is one of those things that cannot be accounted for with certainty. It happens In incubators,as well as in this case-the bens and ducks sitting close-yet with all the proper natural conditions for a perfect incubator, the eggs fail to hatch properly. In Eng land and America, the hatching results have been the worst for« years, and for the months of june, Joly, and August, have been anything bot good in this colonv. As to the cause-'tip one of the things. I don't knowr-4 have' experi mented, and am still doing so, to try and find out the cause. Many times I have thought I had found out, but when tested further, I would find J had not. : X will be only too pleased to gire the cause and remedy, if ...

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War! War! War! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

NQ^^fe 'ftciBojBray 'b^Virith Sydney travellers, .who take your money out of the district and leave nothing in return. Mr. B. Brown begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Bichmond and .sur rounding districts that he has opened a first-class tailoring establishment in this town, .where he is prepared to do tailoring in ¿II its branches' at prices which defy competition for cut, style, workmanship, material, etc. AH work done on the tiremiees. Give him a trial. Patronise ocal industry and keep the money circu lating in your own district, as he has come to stay among you.

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A Crack Shot. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

À Crack Shot. Corporal Brooke, of D, (Richmond) Company, attended the prize meeting of the New South Wales Bide Association at Sydney during. last week, and was successful in winning cash prizes to the amount of £15, and also a Winchester Repeating Rifle, valued at £7 10 0. Mr. Brooks has for many years kept up his reputation as a rifle shot, and can be placed among the best Bhots we have in the colony.

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Lantern Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

tantern Entertainment. The Ber. E. Hargraves, of Penrith, and late of Richmond and Castle Hill, gave a lantern entertainment, in the Church of England 6choolroom on Tuesday evening last. The hall was crowded, and the lectura was most instructive and bore evidence of deep research. Scenes from the life of our Lord, from paintings of Gustav Dore and others wero shown. At the conclusion of the lecture, a vote of thanks proposed by the Rev. J. Howell Price, to the lecturer, was carried by acclamation.

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