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KURRACONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

officers «ere elected i-^President, , W, Douglas ; vice-presidents, Meian* H. E. Peok and E. Ballard ; treasurer, Mr. H. Pitt ; committee, Messrs; X Sherwood, A. and E. Lord, P. and J?. Norris, C. Fraser, E. Bailey, "J. Stewart, and Horace Dm eton. Mr. H. 0. Ezzy, of Grose Vale, has resigned as a member of the H.P. A.A. committee Fie intends taking up woolforting. ai.d leaves the district thortly. Mr. B. B. Forrester has been very ill during the week. For some' time past he has been in anything but good health. From the "Australasian Grocer," a Melbourne publication, we take the following extracts from a lengthy letterpress, referring to Mr.' Frank MacDonald, M.H.E., Fremantle, W.A, and formerly of Kurrajong: - One of the earliest to take advan tage of the altered conditions conse quent on extensive gold discoveries in the West was the subject of our sketch. Mr. Frank M'Donald. He is one oí the best-known retail grocers in the State, and bis firm have two branches, one at Eicbmond a...

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Football. JUNIORS v. PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Football. JUNIORS v, PIRATES. À most enjoyable and friendly foot ball match took place on McQuade Park on Saturday afternoon last, when Windsor Juniors gained a decisive victory over the Penrith Pit ates by 26 points to nil. The following com E'sed the Juniors :-Full back, T. . bb ; three quarters, 0. Callaghan, C. Eather, H. Allen ; halves, G. Cobcroft, W. Ross ; forwards, Bea, Drew, Cupitt, R. Eather, Gilbert, C. Callaghan, Brown, Hall, and B. Cobcroft.. Like the Juniors v. Manly Federal's match (although on this occasion the success favoured the local club) the game was very one-sided. From the start it was seen that the home team were much too strong for their opponents, who, nevertheless, played a strong defensive game, and took their gruell ing well. During the first half of the game, Drew and Cupitt scored a try each, while Ü. Callaghan was respon sible for a well-kicked goal. At the call of half-time the score stood at 8 to nil. On resuming, play became much brisker, tries a...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

[FREEMAN'S REACH. Mr. Ernest Smith met with a pain ful accident last week bj having his shoulder dislocated, caused through his horse falling with him. He is under the care of Dr. Callaghan. Fish are plentiful in the river just now, owing, it is said, to the salt water coming farther up than usual. Some of our local amateaur fishermen have been making good hauls lately. Mr. B. Conlan has a splendid bed of cauliflowers and cabbages, which were grown with the assistance of irrigation. High prices have been obtained for those already Bent to market. E. A. Pye bas opened a splendid assort ment of tissue papnr, all colours, <?d per «totem*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

BIKE FOR SALE. ^ LMOST NEW. Will take £1. Apply, " BIKE," " Herald " Office, Windsor. THE HAWKESBURY HERALD Windsor . . An Excellent Advertising . Medium . . . Our Job Printing is a Work of Art and as Oheap as the Oity. IS_1_. The Live . . Local Journal and District. Gazetteer . . 2s eil Quarter, START ANT TIME 1 PINKSTONE COLLISON, Proprietors.

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THE VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

THE VINEYARDS. I The tenacious manner in which the uncared-for stock hang out is aston ishing. It hardly amounts to living. If prickly pear*were of any use for fodder, Mulgrave bush would provide for them all. About two drops and a half of rain fell on Sunday and one on Monday.' It would be a great deal better if we could measure it in yards just now. It ÍB the same old thing intensified, " live, horse, and you'll get grass." Mr. F. Simons preached to a large congregation at The Vineyards on Sunday last. Mr. Barnett is to preach next Sunday. _;_

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Small Debts Court. Before same bench. R. W. Pearce v. W. Voysey, claim £2 7B. 10d. Mr. Walker for plain tiff. Defendant admitted the debt, but wanted time to pay it off in instal ments. One month was allowed, and costs, wm iW-MiËJSIi Verdict for amount, with 6/- Joosts court, and 5/- witness's expenses. Twelve other cases by same plaint ant were either settled out of court, or the summonses for same were not served in time. (Mr. Campbell, who had left the bench for his own cases, again resumed his seat.) Bartholomew Kirwan v. Mrs. George, claim £2, for pigs Mr. Walker for plaintiff ; Mr. Campbell for defendant. Counsel opened with a wrangle over a technical point in the plaint, Mr. Campbell objecte i to his friend ap pearing at all, on the grounds that in the plaint his place of abode had not been disclosed. Mr. Walker: Ob, that point was exploded years and years ago. Mr. Campbell still claimed it was necessary to put the plaint in order. Mr. Walker never heard the like of it. If th...

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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

ryllfem: P. ». Wilshire, -Ric., I lind Mesara. F, Campbell, J. Bennett, J. BOBS, D. Mayne, Wm. Hull, J. Mahony, and James Bunston, seor., J'sP. , .DETENTION Oï PH0PEKTÏ. Bartholomew Charles Kirwan v. Mrs, George, for detention of pro pernp. (This case was part heard before). Mr. Walker for plaintiff; Mr. Campbell (Bichmond) for defendant Mr. Walker explained the case. It presented peculiar features. Plain tiff's wife bad died ; and on her death bed she had made her will. She had previously left certain goods in charge of defendant. For two years before her decease Mrs. Kirwan was in un interrupted possession of these things. In 'the inventory of her will these ! things were included. Since then there bad been a lot of interference. The case was adjourned last time in order that the curator might deal with the matter ; and the curator had written to the effect that if they could Ïrove that the things belonged to [rs. Kirwan, he would hand them over to plaintiff. He suggested tile cas...

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Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Laying Competition. Theresultsof the "DailyTelegraph" Laying Competition, which is being conducted at the Hawkesbury Agricul-1 i tural College by the Government poul , try expert, Mr. D. S. Thompson, show ; a considerable change in the relative positions to the end of June, as com » pared with the previous month. Mr. : Thompson reports f - " During the 1 month we have had no rain ; in fact, we have bad none since the competition k started ; so that it is being run under : adverse circumstances, so far as the 1 weather is concerned, for poultry, like t all other live stock, depend a good deal I for their healta and vigor on i good seasons, and plenty of green food, 1 here is no such thing as a green r grass run here now, and other green t feeding is difficult to procure ; but, thanks to our vegetable garden, we have been able to' keep them web eup fdied with cabbage and cauliflower eaves. We have had a good many I broodies during the month, several of i them having been in ' gaol ' m...

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Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Licensing Court. (Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M. and Mr. Pitt, J.P.) Willian James Ohaseling Pender» gast, storekeeper, was granted a wine license.

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PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

PITT TOWN. Mr. J. Faull is making great head way with his contract of shingling the Church of England. One of our most active women for her age is Mrs. Owens, senr. The old lady is nearly 80 years of age, and is as active as a girl of twenty. Great satisfaction is expressed at the grant of £50 being received for the clearing of Bardenarang Greek. The grant was received through the instrumentality of Mr, B. Hal), MIA., and will no doubt give em ployment to many of our local unemployed. Foi Chronic Chest Complaints, Wood's Great Peppermint Cure. ls. 6d.* The many friends of Mrs. Murphy, wife of our esteemed school teacher, will be pleased to learn that she is recovering from the injuries received in the buggy accident some time ago. She is at present in the Auburn con valescent home, and can now get about by supporting herself on the shoulder of another. Mr. Murphy went to Auburn to see her on¡Monday last Misses Eva Faull and Lizzie Stubbs (not Miss Wilbow, as stated in my last), are ...

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Ch[?] SUNDAY, JULY 13. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

i Ksi vf j* ' i^'i '"i* t', "*> i i/j > j ' su mmm%Iwnáígr, ' ii - w>£*a<f Jl p.m. Special Thanloglving ft» »te. Sw» ?| 8. G. JfeMing. ?| niohniond, St. Bete/'«, ll ».m. Md f p,at Ague» Banks, 8,90 PA. Ber, J. Howall* '." Price, Boral Dean. The Vineyard». 8.80 p.m., Hr. Ii. Baraatt. J Kurrajong HeighU, ll ; St. 8taph«rt,7 ; North Bichmond, 3, Salis Flats, S. St Albans 7, WaUambyne Oammon 11, . Central McDonnld 8, Ber. W. fi. Bogus. , Wiseman's Ferry 3, Hr, J. T. Han. 1 BOKAN CATHOLIC, I Windsor, Mass, 10 a,m. ; Evening Devo , tiona 7 Relock. Birerstone, Haw, 8 «.m. . Bev, B. McDonnell. St. Monica's, Richmond, Mass 9 a.m. ; i Evening Devotion, 7 o'clock j Kurrajong, Mas»,10 &.m., Rev. M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Hr. G. Stratford ; 7, Bev, J, W. Wlnspear. Richmond, ll, Ber. J, W. Winspear ; 7, Hr. G. Stratford. North Bich, mond, ll, Supply. Karrajong, 2 80, Sugply, Wilberforce,!, Ber, J. W. Winspear. Sackrille, ll, Ber, H. Woodhouse ; 7, Mr. M. B...

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RIVERSTONE. VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

RIVERSTONE VITAL STATISTICS. Mr. F. Wheeler, District Registrar for Riverstone, has kindly supplied us with the following vital statistics for June quarter:-Births, 9 (males 2, females 7) ; marriages, 2 ; deaths, 2. Still another of Riverstone's oldest and best respected residents, in the person of Mr. J. Shoular, has passed away to " that bourne from whenoe no traveller returns." He had reached the ag« of 57 yean, and was, respected. the oaro of 1^||pjpdy, and wnw then taken to tha^^^.wr"" hospital for treatment, huMB^^worse and died. The funeral l^^pace on Saturday afternoon, aud^|Saie of the largest ever witaessed^g^he district. Mr. Woodbridge conjuncted the funeral, end the Kev. fl-|Manning officiated at the grave.' ^Jggf?''. Mr. Bambridg^s'etore was burgled late on Saturday inght last, or early on Sunday morang Wearing appar el, groceries, isacco, and a few .coppers left inííihe till were taken. First-class Oonetabfe "Qrigor has the matter in hand,, but so far has not been able...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

SURPLUS STOCK DÜRING THE CURRENT MONTH D. Hollands WILL,OFFER THE FOLLOWING LINES AT BLANKETS, 7/9 to 21/ per pair White Honeycomb Quilts, 3/6, 4/11, 7/11 White Toilet Guilts, 6/11, 9/6, H/6 Turkish Towels, 5¿d, 7¿d, 1/ Colored Eugs, 2/6, 4/6, 5/11 Pillow Cases, from 9d each White Twill Sheets, ready hemmed, from 6/11 per pair FLANNELETTES, Pink and Cream, 3£d, 5jd 6^d ; Striped and Fancy from 3¿d per yard DRESS MATERIALS, Colored Serges, from 8$d per yard Costume Cloths, from 8Jd Black Cashmere, from 1/3 Black Voile; from 2/3 Colored Repps, from I0¿d lpaoba Dress Skirts, from 6/11 : Black Alpacca do circular flounce, from 11/6 Also Superior trimmed do, 14/9 to£27/6 SKIRTS MADE TO ORDER IF REQUIRED. Ladies Capes, to be cleared at 4/6, 6/1 J, 11/6 Fur NockletB, 1/6, 2/11, 4/11 Ladies Jackets, from 10/6 to 27/6 ID HOXiXiA-nSTX) co. LADIES' CORSETS, the new STRAIGHT FRONT O.P. CORSETS at 6/6 per pair. Other Makes from 2/11 to 11/9 HOSIERV, at Special Prices. Ladies' Black Hose, 4 Jd, 6...

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Other Worlds than Ours. BY THE HISTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Oilier Worlds tip Burs, J BY THE HlBTOKIAK. It may not be generally known to the residents of Windsor and its neighbourhood that there exists in Sydney a society of enquirers into things in general, which, following the precedent of the society of which the immortal Pickwick was perpetual chairman, deputed some of its mem bers (following the precedent therein laid down, by which they were allow ed to pay their expenses) to visit and enquire into the resources and his torical records of Windsor. Armed with a set of credentials almost equivalent to what in the old days would have been "letters of margin," the antiquarian four set out on their travels, and safely accom plished the journey to the historic old city. To their astonishment-and to the discomfiture of such remnants of modesty as yet lingered in their con stitutions - they lound the station Elatform crowded with influential in ubitants, cheering vociferously, whilbt vehicles of all sorts, from the stately "bus"down to the kid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

THE STOREKEEPERS, RICHMOND. Bargains. A- VJ_i X3L~ »^||fp *-* , 1 VIVI . Prices (Maper than Eüer ! Try a Flutter this Week! rrPFaa 1 o fiñ .' Wvan/ih HnfFûa io fifi » P/nn-m-n 0/inV» light Yellow Sugar, 2d. lb. ; Pure China Sang Mee Tea,, ls lb. ; Finest Plantation Mocha Coïïee, ls 6d; French Coffee, ls 6d; Grown Soap, öd per bar; Lexia Raisins, öd lb.; Candles, 5d, 6d, andld lb.; Corned Beef, llb. tins, 7ä; 21b., Iß; Sardines, qr. lb., 3d tin; Vinegar, in bulk, 5d quart; etc., etc., etc. DRAPERY. Cheapest House in the District. EAWEESBURT STORE AND BAKERY. .FIRST PRIZE FOR BREAD At the HAWKESBURY SHOW for TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION against All-comers. ( The Bread at this Establishment is Manufactured upon the Laestt Possible Up-to-date Improvements. Orders for Small Goods Promptly Attended to. ii one but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. JOHN DÜNSTON, WILLIAM POPE, PROPRIETOR. MANAGER. The Dimston-Pope Fruit Co: (SUC0EÖS0B8 IP JOHN POPE & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

JAMES HULL, SADDLER, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, XT/ÏSWSTO VV return bis Sincere Thanks to Iiis Richmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favor« at such incon venience to themselves by coining to Wind sor, and has much pleasure in intimating that be has now OPENED A SHOPinUICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to datc in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PU1CES THAT WILL DEVY COM PETITION. HOESE BUGS) Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPBGIAL LINKS in Harness, Collars, SaddleB, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. CALL AND INSPECT. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops, . Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, GEOKOE-ST., WINDSOR, BEG to announce to the Residents of the Hawkesbury District that it is their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They aro Prepared to Dispose of Property in any part of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

7£Äsi M Surgeon Dentist, Riehmond. l^ñiM$# Tfli&aàlte, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearance ^aniate^'TiStifntte^ without any pain whatever, and without the extraction of stumps f delire!?* Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK JPON THE PBEMIBES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. JONBÜLTATIONS FREE. THE-DEU& DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with ill the neoessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with wea racy and despatch. Ypur 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, i\ , ^fclCITOR. A Commissioner for-Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, «nd Tasmania. BucoesBor to the Late Hr¿ B. Coley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. mike? & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. Wu. ...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") X. YOKOHAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

(For the « Herald.") X. - YOKOHAMA. Leaving here we drove down the "Manly Beach" of Japan to the Island of Guoshima. The tide being low, the rickshaws went close to tfcè foot of the steep streets. In some places en route several stiff pinches, strewn with large boulders, had to be crossed, but our uncomplaining bearers, as sure footed as deer, made light of the obstruction-cracked jokes amongst themselves, smiled, and toiled oh. The more seen bf the - j Japanese coolie, the more ybiTVftl i be impressed with hte éheexéfl patience and perseverance under trying circumstances.. AfrftiHi manned by stalwart Japs * Thesm^ voyage was rather a perilous one, i« v we were buffetted hy the waves ia all directions. We, however, arrived ' safely but not without a good bath for our experience. We directed dor steps to ode of the many tea-houses in the vicinity ; being tiffin time, we, for the first time, were called upon to negotiate a Japanese meal. The experience is very novel-we squatted round ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Advertisements. (Paragraph advts. inserted in this column at the rate of 3d. per line per issue,) J. Dickson, Windsor, notifies that he hu seed oats for sale. Farmers are requested to call on J. Dickson, the Windsor Produce Merchant, who is always prepared to do a deal. W. H. O'Brien, the Leading Produce Mer chant, has 100 tons of oaten and wheaten chaff, also 60 tons wheaten straw for tal« at a low price. Seed and feed oats, barley, seed wheat, and all other seeds can be obtained at W. H. O'Brien's Wonder Produce Stores, at prices that will startle you. Pinkstone and Collison hare for sale the following : - Comfortable 5-roomed Two-storey Residence, with balcony, out-houses, and erery con venience, in Bell-street, Windsor. Cheap. Dwelling situate in Macquarie-street, New town, known as Julian'« property, and belonging to Mr. F. Perkins. Comfortable residence ; now occupied. Sixty AcreB of Land at Currency Creek, be longing to the late Mr. George Rose. It contains i acres of Orchard...

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A REMARKABLE OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

 REMARKABLE OFFER. Under the present special offer of the Daily Mad the suscriber for the ' Encyclopaedia Britannica " secures the complete work upon preliminary payment (of 5s. Upon receipt of the books (the entire 25 volumes are de livered all at one time ), he pays a second 12s. and thereafter 12s each month. In other words, he is enabled to secure the most expensive work published in the English lauguage for an outlay of 6d. a day. Meanwhile, upon the payment of only 5B, he finds the entire work in his library, and has the use and enjoyment of the volumes, while completing his pay ments in this comfortable way. All who ate acquanted with the history of this stupendous work will under stand how it has come to rank as the one work of its kind in the world. They need not be urged to consider what a saving of time, of money, of brain, labour, and of useless reading the purchase of the " Encyclopaedia Britannica " effects. The work is so well known to the English speaking world, tha...

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