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Ministerial Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Ministerial Visit. The Hon. Mr. Feg&n, Minister for Mines and Agriculture, accompanied by Mr. Mclaughlin, Principal Under-secre tary, paid a visit to the Hawkesbury Agricultural College on Tuesday last. This being the Minister's first visit to the institution, he made an exhaustive in spection of the several departments, as well as the students sleeping quarters, etc., all of which pleased him oonsider a ly. The visitors lunched with the students, after which Mr. Fegan ad dressed them with a few encouraging words, adding that he was proud of his connection with the Department, but considered that it had been misnamed. In his opinion the title should be the "Department of Agricultural Mines." He strongly advised the students to pay the utmost attention to their studies, as by so doing they would not only benefit themselves but the colony in which they carried out their future operations. He knew of several instances where students from that institution were holding lucra tive...

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

Established 1884.1 ROBERT BENNETT, N. S. Wales Fruit Exchange, SYDNEY. FRUIT COMMISSION AGENT. Consignments Promptly Attended to. Account Sales and Cheques RENDERED WEEKLY. Intercolonial Fruits . . . .... Always on Hand. GENERAL PRODUCE AGENT. Highest "Market Prices Obtained For all Farm Produce. Maize, Pigs, Poultry, Eggs, etc. Every Attention given to consign ments, & prompt returns forwarded CHEQUES WEEKLY. Bank of Hew South Wales, Sydney. Do You Need SPECTACLES ? QUALIFIED YOUR 51GHT TESTED FREE. We are practical Spectacle Makers, and can Correct Cases of Defective Sight from any Cause, We are Manufacturers of all kinds of Lenses, and Importers of all Optical Goods. We Guarantee you Satisfaction, M we make No Charge whateverf or Altera tlon or Changing of Glasses within Six Months from Time of Purchase. We will flt yon with a pair of Best Crystal Lenses in Solid Nlokel Frames for 3/«5-or Pebble lenses in Solid Nickel Frames, Straight or Curling Sides, for <V6....

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

ÍÜCAL MD. ^GENERAL. Mrs. Edwarde, of the Chester Hotel, has just returned from a trip to Braidwood. A nephew of Mr, T. Primrose, of -"the Queensland Infantry, has gone * to the Transvaal War. Mr. Izzard, of Freeman's Keach, had a beautif ul lot of early apri cots and peaches in Windsor on r Monday last,' which were readily bought up. Mr. Joe Armstein, who some time ago kept a hairdressing saloon in Windsor, took over the licence of the Strangers Home Hotel, at St. Mary's, during the week. Christmas Day falls on a Mon day this year, which will give store hands and others from Satur day until Wednesday morning to get away from their eternal toil. Constable Tait, our popular and obliging trooper, left Windsor on Saturday last, with Mrs. Tait and family for a fortnight's holiday, which will he spent at Springwood " and Moss Vale. The large shop, known as Donald Robertson's, has been thoroughly cleaned up, and is, we understand, to be used as a sale room by Mr. J. B. Johnston, in a week ...

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

FROM OUR EXCHANGES -« With the beginning of 1000 there ?will go into effect in Germany a law which places every habitual drunkard under an interdict involv ing complete submission to the will : of a duly-appointed "curator," who will be empowered to place the person whom he regards as a dip« somaniae anywhere he pleases to undergo treatment for the malady. The term includes everybody " who, in consequence of inebriety, cannot provide for his affairs or endangers the safety of others." A few months ago a woman's club for the reform of men spiang into existence at Kingston, Missouri. The first meeting of this organisa tion seems to have been successful. Having learned the signals, they invaded a private gambling den, broke up the apparatus, and took their husbands and lovers home by the ear. At the second meeting they entered the "White Elephant," ostensibly a drag «tore, but in v reality a saloon, and closed that s also. A CLEBQYMAN OK CBICXKT.-Un der the heading of " Church News " a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

C. G. HATTE'S Windsor Branch. SPECIAL MILLINERY NOTICE! To the Ladies of Windsor and surrounding dktrkt. WE have just received from our Newtown House a really first-class assortment of FLOWERS, SPRAYS, TIPS, RIBBONS, LACE, CHIFFON, EANCÏ MILLINERY ORNAMENTS, etc., etc., together with the LATEST SHAPES in BONNETS and HATS for the Coming Season. We are prepared to trim at the shortest notice, and at the most economical prices, and any style desired. MEN'S Clothing, Tweed and Serge Trousers, from 3s lljd. YOUTHS' TWEED and Serse Suifcs> from 8s 6d* BOYS' Sailor and Norfolk, from 2s ll^d. HATS I ^e uave Jus* received a complete assortment of the Newest Shapes in Felts and Straws. We have a good line of DERBY SCARFS, at 5fd. Our PRINT WINDOW this week is a GRAND DISPLAY of all the LATEST NOVELTIES of PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS, etc., ali marked at NEWTOWN, SYDNEY, PEICES. Ladies buy your MANCHESTER at 0. G. ,HÀTTE*S, TNE ?EST HOUSE IN WINDSOR for Sheeting, Calicoes, Towels, and Towellin...

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London and Foreign Society, Windsor Branch. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

ILondon and Foreign Society, Windsor Branch. I Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the Windsor Branch of the London and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Church of England Sunday School on Monday even ing last The Hon. W. Walker, M.L.O., occupied the chair, and the attendance was very fair. The other persons occupy ing seats on the platform besides the -Chairman were Rev. S. G. Fielding, Rev. A. B. Swift, Rev. C. A. White, Rev. R. T. Hills, Mr. <S. T. Greenwell, and Mr. G. 13. Greenwell. The proceedings were commenced with I the hymn, " Tell me the old, old 6tory," after which the Rev. S. G. Fielding read a portion of the 119th psalm. The Rev. A. B. Swift delivered a short prayer. The Hon. W. Walker said he had much pleasure in again presiding at the annual meeting of the Society. He believed it was two years eLnce the. last meeting was held, ciwumsfcances having Íirevented them from holding a meeting ast year. The attendance, however, that evening was evidence to s...

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Hawkesburg Addocate. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. CONCERT, Windsor Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

"*-7-1-'?-1-* ---* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1899. CONCERT, Windsor Wesleyan Church; Unfortunately for the promoters of the -moonlight concert, in connection With i the Windsor Wesleyan Church, which trasto have been held at ' Trevallyn," the residence of Mr. W. H. Dean, thc .elements wete greatly against an open sir entertainment being held, and in con sequence, at the hut moment, the concert I had to be held in the Church. The I attendance was fairly large, and it can be safely asserted that had fine weather Erevailed, the attendance would have een a record one. An excellent pro gramme was given, and the continual applause and re-calls was evidence suffi cient to show that the items were thor oughly appreciated. Vi-i tors from all parts of tao disttict were present, and amongst the audience were some of our most promising residents. The compre hensive programme included the names of Miss Florence Tuckett, Miss E. Swifi, Miss E. Lane, Mesdames Broome and Lindsay, Mr. J. Blady, MÍES Beck...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

o Ladies, YOUS OEDERS FOE SUMMER DRESSES will have our best attention. A NICE RANGE OF DRESS MATERIALS TO SELECT FROM, which, Price and Quality considered, we think will please yon. Good Value in Gloves, Parachutes and Hosiery. Agent for Madam Wiegel's Paper Patterns and Publications. MRS. W. CAMPBELL, GEOEGB - ST;, "WIJ^TIDSOR. Business. .reenwells^ S.S. MOEAVIAN has ar rived with our FIRST Spring Shipment. Phese Goods were Ordered before j the Eise ia the Market. Every Department <LReplenished.-> Splendid Value. Lowest Prices. We Invite Comparison. Top of the Tree for QUALITY and PRICE. North Richmond -<H Bakery. G. RODGERS, Baker and General Store keeper, BEGS to thank bis numerous cns tomere for past support and hopes by strict attention to the want« of the district residents to obtain an increased j share of their support. Only Best Flour used. Catering under [ taken for picnic patties and other!. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ^QOMMISSION AGENT. A. JURD, - WHOLESA...

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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

The Federal Elections. MB. LYKB has announced that he ] will take an early opportunity to ! bring in a Bill to empower the j i division of the colony into elector- ' ! ates for the purpose of electing members to the House of Repre sentatives. This is a highly desir able innovation, yet perhaps it would be rather too much to ex pect Mr. Lyne to go somewhat further, and so improve the elec toral system as to ensure the tri umph at the elections of the ma jority of the electors voting in each constituency. That such a thing does not obtain now in this colony is a drawback which has often been commented upon, and presumably the same old absurdity will be per petuated in the elections both for the House of Representatives as for the Senate in the Federal Par liament. For example, in each electorate there will be about 10,000 voters on the roll, let us suppose there are at least three candidates for each constituency, then thoBe 10,000 votes might be split np thus: A. 3287 votes, B. 8345 ...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

WISEMAN'S FERR!. (From our own correspondent.) The Bev. F. A. Cadell, oj Albans, has been suffering froi severe attack of influenza. We are pleased to hear that old friend, Jimmy Jurd, of Albans, has recoved from his cent accident. Host Kelly, of the hotel at V? man's Ferry, has Victor Butle; hand for his forthcoming mi with Mr. Blaney. Our temporary wharf is bt pushed ahead by Kr. Pembei -.d his staff, ably piloted by Tr» 'i * of the Harbors and Eil .De^rtm-\^8h0pôto& . in about thr-9eweeke Mr. Owen Jones, ^ t6ac of the St. Albans P»i$c Rch( -has now >'t thoto^gUy "sett ^own '1 the little village, and 1 T.on the friendship of every one that locality by his obliging a agreeable disposition. Mr. Ferguson, representing 1 celebrated Homebush nurseries, staying at the hotel, Wisema: Ferry. Persons desirous of BOCI ing some really good fruit tr< have only to place their orders Mr. Ferguson's hands. Mr. D, Clancy, public sch< teacher at Macdonald Kiver, to...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1893. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1893. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthews, Windsor, ll a.m. anti 7*80 p.m. Preacher, Rev. 6. G. Fielding Gospel Ball Service, Sackville Beach 7*30 p m. Subject. " What is the Bible ! How we get our Bible." Mr. L. Barnett St: Albans, ll a.m. (HolyCommunion), Rev. F. A. Cadell. Higher McDonald, 6*16 pm, Rev. F. A. Cadell. Upper McDonald, 3 p.m., Rev. F. A. Cadell. Central McDonald, 3 p.m., Mr. A. V. Dickson. Lwer Portland, 10'30 a.m., Mr. J. T. Marx. Wiseman's Ferry, 7 p.m., Mr. J. T. Marx. WE3LEÏAN. Windsor, ll a.m., Rev. A. 8. Swift; 7-30 p.m., Mr. W. L. I lash. Richmo<ul, ll a.m., Mr. W. L. Dash ; 7*30 p.m., Rev. A. S. Swift. Enfield, ll a.m., Mr. F. Midson. Kurrajong, 2 30 p.m., Rev. A. S. Swift. Wilberforce, 8 p m., Rev. A. S. Swift. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor. 1st Mass, 8 n m. ; 2nd Mass, 10 a.m. Evening Devotions, 7*30 p.m. Ber. B. McDonnell. CONGUEGATION'AL. , Morning ll, Evening 7, Thursday even ing 8 ; Freeman's Beach, Sunday after n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

T, Lobb HAS OPENED EX S. S. MORAVIAN, Neto Summer Goods In PRINTS from 2/6 per dozen, ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS» PIQUES» BROWN & WHITE LINEN, PLAIN AND FIGURED ALPACCAS. OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT IS STILL IN CHARGE OP Miss Long. Late of Farmer and Co's, WHO GIVES EVERT SATISFACTION IN FIT AND STYLE. T. LOBB, G E p RQ:E<S TREET, WINDS OR. STOP! LÖOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STORES and " KEEP THE MONEY IN TfTE DISTBIÔïï" FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MARKET viz., " THE ECONOMIC." EVERYBODY* Send Your Orders Along. We are "Waiting For Them DICK BROTHERS, $ ECONOMIC STORES, Windsor. D. A.Mitchell. T. H. Johnston. Mitchell and Johnston, Fruit Brokers, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS .A. Xi Xi TEOPICAL FRUITS. (fi- NEW SOUTH WALES FRUIT EXCHANGE, HoSels. - THE - Commercial Hotel, GEOEGE-STREET, WINDSOR, HATING been thoroughly renovated, etc,, will specially recommendíiteelf .to country visitors and city tourists. , Best Wines and Spirits Kept...

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THE TRANSVAAL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

TBE TRANSVAAL WAR ladysmith will be relieved by Ipteneral Buller before taking steps to assist Kimberley. Major-General H. J. T. Hild yard, with ll00 troops, has arrived at Durban. About 4000 British troops pro ceed to Estcourt, near Ladysmith, Shortly. There is every prospect of com tnunicating shortly with the be leagured garrison at Ladysmith. it is believed that the Boers havf Slot re-occupied Colenso. The total number of Boers about ladysmith is considered to be 18,000. The enemy has been settled in fhe best positions about Ladysmith, forming natural batteries. General Grenside Hooper has made his way through Boer lines from Colenso to Ladysmith in safety. Lieutenant-Colonel E. G. Keke ^ wich reports an encounter with the Boers at Kenilworth, a Kimberley suburb, in which the enemy suffered severely. The Maxim guns at Kimberley played much havoc with the Boer advance. The Boers in Northern Gape Colony are advancing in a half hearted manner. The proclamation of martial law in the...

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CHAPTER II.—OLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

CHAPTER IL-OLIVE. THE rays of the setting sun were gently falling through the French casements of a small, but tastefully furnished drawing-room in the South of England, shedding a soft lustre On the pretty bric-a-brac, dis posed with an orderly carelessness, which gaye evidence of a refined and natural taste about the room, and lingering with a tender radi ance among the nut-brown tresses of a girl, who was lying in graceful negligence upon -a comfortable lounge in front of the polished hearth, where, supported by brass dogs, a bright fire was burning. The girl was pretty-that went without saying-for she was a daughter of Lady Woodthorpe ; she was also fast asleep, and uncon scious that the sunbeams were gently hissing her fair brow, as though reluctant that' the sweet period of oblivion, like their own brief existence, must so shortly pass for one so tender, and innocent. At the same hour, separated by two oceans, Cecil was making hu record sleep, and perchance in theil dreams the...

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KURRAJONG V. H. A. COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

KURRAJONG V. H. A. COLLEGE. The abqv# cluT^.iñet on'ithe latter's i wicket on Saturday last, when the College won easily on the first innings by 122 runs, Kurrajong being disposed of for the very small total of 13. Following are the scores : KURRAJONG-First Innings. 1 Williams, b McKillop.. 0 Wilson, c Campbell b Cropper ... 0 Woodhill, c Sampson... ... ... 14 Stevenson, b Cropper. 1 Sproul, c Campbell b Cropper ... 3 McDonald, not out. 0 Pitt, b "McKillop . 0 Smith, b McKillop . 0 Hennessy, b McKillop . 1 Boss, b McKillop ... .. ... 0 Total ... ... ... 19 College bowling.-Cropper, 8 overs, 1 maiden, 13 runs, 4 wickets ; McKillop, 8 overs, 3 maidens, 6 runs, 5.wickets. COLLEGE-First Innings. ' Cropper, c Sproul b Williams . ... ê Warburton, c Sproul b Williams ... 17 D'Elboux, c MacDonald b Smith .. 3 McKillop, c Wilson b Smith. 3 Campbell, c McDonald b Williams... 6 McCullock,.c Smith b Williams ... 26 Lawson, c Sproul b Woodhill ... 27 Johnston, c sproul b MacDonald ..; 4 Dight, r...

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RIVERSTONE v. PARK VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

RIVERSTONE y. PARK VILLA. A good deal of interest was centred in this match, owing to the competing teams being considered the strongest in the Union. Riverstone had thc best team tl ey could put in the field, whilst Park Villa was perhaps weakened through the j absence of Fred Barber. The match j was commence J at about 11.30 a.m., and j Riverstone winning the toss, decided to take the wicket. Sherwood and Daley J opened the batting to Books and Tucker- 1 man. After scoring 4, Sherwood drove a ball with terrific force down the wicket, which was met by Books, who-brought off a splendid catch. S. Maguire filled the vacaneey, but did not stay long, the first ball from Books scattering the stumps. M. Maguire came next, and with Daley made things very lively.. When the former had scored 6 he was tsken behind the wicket by Aspery. The umpire how* j I ever gave his decision in faror of the batsman, which proved most expensive I to the Park Villas, Maguire keeping his wicket np until the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

FRUIT TREES. Orange Grove Nursery, Freeman's Beach, ria Windsor, ff.S.W. ABOUT 16,000 CHOICE FRUIT TREES, including Summer Fruits. Also Choice Bulbs, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of every description. Farm, Garden, and Flower Seeds sup plied. All letters to be addressed to, IZZAKD & CO.. or,|W. M. MOSES, Windsor. L. W. TURNBULL, Late Bennett and Turnbull, HAW, FRUIT EXCHANGE, Bathurst - street, Sydney. FEDIT COMMISSION AGENT. GENERAL PRODUCE AGENTS Consignments Promptly Attended to, and thc Highest Market Price obtainable for all Farm Produce. We Recommend the Readers of this Paper to buy their drapery, Millinery, Cloding, md Boots FROM E. Board's VICTORIA ^ HOUSE, C3= WINDSOR, HIS BEINO THE MOST . . UP-TO-DATE AND AT THE SAME TIME TEE CHEAPEST WAREHOUSE j IN, THE DISTRICT, AND HIS PRICES ' BELOW SYDNEY PRICES. Cut out th« Aödr*»as. A Public Meeting TO f jrm a Local Committee to raise Subscriptions in aid of the New South Wales Patriotic Fond, - WILL BB HELD AT THE -...

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Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 17 November 1899

Road Contracts. The following: are the successful ten derers for road contracts opened at the Gourt House on Wednesday last : 3S/1899-1900, McMahon Bros, £123. 39/1899-1900, A. Quinn, £30 9s. 40 1899-1900, C. A. Jeffery, £6614s 6d. 41/1899-1900, HI W. Turnbull, £53 19s. 42/1899-1900, H. W. Turnbull, £138 13s 4d. 4311899-1900, Henry Rogers. £64 9s. 44/1&99-1900, McMahon Bros., £67 10s. 45/1899-1900, R> Hennessy, £26. 46/1899-1900, H. A. Singleton, £78 15s.

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

FROM OUR EXCHANGES . At the Singleton sports meeting, I on" Thursday of last week, the Obm , mittee refused to allow a female,1 who wanted to do eo, to compete in the wood-chopping contest. She was all ready on the ground, axe in hand, to commence operations. In tho Assembly, on Tuesday of last week, on the motion of Mr. J. C. h. Fitzpatrick, leave was given to introduce a bill to enable muni- cipalities to levy rates and raise revenue either on the improved value or capital value of properties therein. At tho Chamber of Manufactures Conference on the Federal tariff, in Melbourne, on Monday, a request that the Federal Government should set aside £50,000 per annum for 8 or 10 years, to be used for bonuses for iron or steel articles locally made from local ore, was cordially en- dorsed by the delegates. During a thunderstorm, it is pointed out, the inhabitants of houses should not remain in the kitchen or other room where a fire is burning in the grate, as the heated gases from the ch...

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Alleged Illicit Still. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

Alleged Illicit Still. It is alleged, and currently reported, not only by residents in town, but also fiy one of the Sydney dailies, that a *. «till " had been discovered in Richmond. ^Biree custom officers arrived from Sydney on Monday ni4ht, and from in- formation received, proceeded in com fMurj with one of the local police to the quarter under suspicion. There it is alleged an almost complete illicit still jPiant was unearthed-the worm being: aliasing-together with about 100 gallons «f molasses. It is probable that more «rill be heard of the matter.

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