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HAWKESBURY RACES. WINTER MEETING. A LIBERAL PATRONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

HAWKESBURY RACES. 1 WINTER MEETING. A LIBERAL PATRONAGE. The winter meeting of the Hawkes bury Race Club was brought off on Saturday last under most pleasant conditions. It was a glorious day as far as the weather was concerned and the re-union was liberally patron ised, metropolitan sportsmen, as usual, being in a big majority. It is very noticeable the few district people who attend the meetings of the H.R.C-, and one sees the same faces there every time. A. large number oi fashionably dressed ladies graced the lawn with their presence, lhere was an absence of the green, grassy sward, and the long continued dry weather had left " the going " as hard as a board. Nevertheless, so far as the arrangements went, Mr. C. S. Guest, the energetic secretary, had everything in thorough working order, and there was nothing associated with the general management to cavil at. Mr. A. W. Sly, the assistant secretary, who was as usual kept going all day, extended the same courtesy to all. The offi...

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

"VAX.TX:BS! White Calico, at 3B 6d per dozen Unbleached Sheeting, 72-inch, at 10¿d and ls. Twilled Sheeting, 80-inch, ls 2d. Grimwood Blankets ! BEST VALUE. White Wool 6B lld,' Cash .Stores A. GRIMWOOD, .GEÓBGKE3 - STBBET. Single Blanket^ white, at 3s Coloured Blankets, single, at 4s 3d. White Honeycomb Quilts, 3s lld, «s lld, 5s lld. GRIMWOOD'S Men's Macintoshes, MADE TO ORDER, 21s. to 42s. 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 pf Applique and Sequinned Trim mings, Black Sequin and Applique Collarettes, and Black Boleros. Twine Coloured Silk A-ppliques and Laces, in GB BAT VARIETY, at/SYDNEÏ PRICES. itnitritr itr-itritritrttf "itntntntr -itrifrif r ifntntr itntnlr îtnlnîr ilnfrntr Ttntntnlntni ntntritnif ntntr ilntnitnitntrif r ifritritr ltrntritr^tr'itr'tlr^'ril'f'itr iff ttntf itntrntritfatfitr ttntniff itritritr ltrilritr^ritritrilritritr^rit...

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

WANTED. PINKSTONE & COLLISON have clients fot BO ot 100 head ol cattle, from 18 months to 4 years old-sound heifers, cows, steers, &c. Also, a GOOD TENANT for an Orchard or Farm on the river, 40 or 50 acres. COTTAGE, Four Booms and Kitchen, George street, Windsor; newly done up, Bent, 5s per week. Apply, TWO-STUREY DWELLING, 1 Rooms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor. Rent, 8s 6d per week. Gas laid OD, if required, for reliable tenant. Apply, TO LET. " HERALD " OFFICE. LET. ..HERALD" OFFICE. Boot moany R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Footwear, . Footwear. Footwear. OUR BOOTS LOOK WELL, FIT WELL, WEAR WELL. SHOP HERE -AND SAVE MONEY. WE ARE THE. BOOT PEOPLE CANVAS SHOES ls. 6D. -|L_-:-_ We aie Ç6ENTS (or the Best Blend oí Tea. Tea sold elsewheie ls. 6d.? wo Bell for lld. per lb. SKUTHORP, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Offices: RICHMOND & NORM RICHMOND. Have for Private Sale^>* Brick Cottage, WÍndsor-Btreet, Richmond, £450 80 ac...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

POLICE COURT. Ar AU-_._L_i_J- _i_ At the court yesterday week, before Merare. F. E. Wilshire, P.M., and A. Matheson, J.P., Robert Sparkes, of Hurstville, was charged with stealing oranges from the orchard of H. and T. Lee, of Grose Vale. The Messrs. Lee, H. Wood, and Constables Illingworth and Tate gave evidence for the prosecu tion. Mr. Leslie Gannon appeared for the defence, and the accused and Messrs. Whitehall and ; Waldon gave evidence. Accused was found guilty, and fined £3, besides the price of the fruit, with 8/10 costs of court. The bench strongly com mented on some of the evidence, adding that probably the matter would not end there. Mr. R. Patterson has just finished putting up and decorating four steel ceilings at the Rev. Dr. Cameron's residence, and has made an excellent job of it. A meeting of the Hawkesbury Race Club takes place on the race course on Tuesday afternoon next. Mr. H. R. S. Dyer secured some splendid photos of the recent street decorations of the peace c...

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

You Do Not Wish To Be Too Late. Readers are advised to remembvr this startling fact. "The Times " sold about 30,000 copies of the Beprint of the "ENCYCLOPAEDIA 'BBITANNICA "; that is a startling fact in itself, but it is still more startling to find that more than two-thirds of the subscribers waited until they had lost the opportunity of buying at the cheapest price, that is to say, on the terms first offered to them by. " The Times." We hope our readers will no) mike a similar error. Only a limited number ot sets can be offered on the advantageous terms now put before you by the " DAILY MAIL," and it rests with you to say whether you wish to add yourself to the long Hst of those who unwisely wait until their last chances are lost, or whether you will take advantage of this unique offer, lt is unique, because never again will the ' ENCYCLOPEDIA BBITANNIUA " be offered OD these remarkably easy terms. When the last set of the limited number of sets which the " DAILY MAIL " bas at ita...

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

FOR_SALE. BEAUTIFUL BAY MARE, 17 month», Broken to Saddle, Splendid Action, br Trottln? Sire. No doubt will prove a WONDER. Apply ALFRED RANGER. FORSALE. SPLENDID ENTIRE, by Lord Lyon, 3 year-old. Inspection invited. ALFRED BANGER. £1 REWARD. TBE ABOVE REWARD will be given to anyone who will give such INFORMA TION A8 WILL LEAD TO TUE CON VICTION OF THE THIEF who stole a rog off one of our bones daring Divine Service on Sunday morning last W. BEARD * CO. Windsor. GRAND BAND CONCERT -TO BE HELD tS THE School of Arts, Windsor, kindly consented to assiit :-Mrs. Bloome, Miss Gosper, Hiss Plum, Mr. 8.F. Adams, Hr. G. E. Woodhill, and Hr. W. Hoses, jun. The Laughable Farce-*" BOWLED Our," will be produced by looa! Amateurs. ROL L UP & ASSÏST THE BAND ! (Sr Doors open 7.30. Concert at 8. TICKETS, 2s. and ls. The Band will parade and play in George street prior to the Concert W. ARMOUR, Hon. Sae. A Beautiful Kurrajong Property. Grr<SIXT£lO'3r 40 acres, 2,400 citrus fruit t...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 11 July 1902

Wc ? Feed w getting scarce around here. . The hay crops that were sown for : winter feed are doing no good, and by their withered appearance will die off if we don't soonjjet rain. Mr. George Butler has finished bis new building at Webb's Greek. Mr. . W. Bose had the contract, and made a good job of it. A very enjoyable dance was held at j Mrs. Stewart's residence on Saturday | evening last. There was not a very large attendance, but everything went off pleasantly. Among those present were :-Mrs. and the Misses Louie and Lizzie Stewart, E. Green, Messrs. Don _ McLean, T. Nagle, A. Stewart, P. Stewart, T.. Stewart, G. Books, and J. Nagle. Messrs. A. and D. Books have over 90 tons of wood cut at Webb's Creek. Mr. G. Butler is conveying it to the H. S. N. company's steamer for Syd ney market. Bev. Father Murphy, of Parramatta, celebrated mass at Wiseman's Ferry, Webbs Creek* and St. Albans last we6k, and stayed a couple of days at each place instructing the children preparatory to conf...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JULY 20. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

; ? lasse - - OHUBCH or EHOLAPD. St. Uat&e^ ^iAdmr, ll a,v. and 7 p.m. SeT.iB^lipMng. Diobniond, S^l^áj ll «on. (?«.), tart 7 p,m" 6lst Annlrereary of the Consecration of the Church, ^Preacher, Canon Boyce. St. Paul'«, AjinésBanks, 8.80 pjm. The Vineyards, 8 80 p.m., Ur. Blacket. Kurrajong Heights, ll ; St Stephen's, 3 ; North Richmond, ll, St. Albans, 7; Higher Macdonald, ll; Upper Macdonald, 2.80 ; Ber. W. Rogers. Wiseman's Perry, 3 j Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. ¡ Evening Devotions 4 o'clock. Rev. B. MoDonnell " METHODIST. Windsor ll, Rev. J. W. Winspear. 7, Hr. C. Gorman. Bichmond ll, Mr. C. Gorman ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. North Richmond ll, Mr. L. Dash. Kurrajong 2.80, Mr. L. Dash. Wilberforce 8, Supply. Sackville ll, Mr. T. Mitchell 7, Rev. J. Colwell, Lower Portland 2,30, Rev. j. Colwell. Leet's Vale ll, Ber. J. Colwell. Colo 2,30, Mr. E. Reckless. Lp wer-.Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr. C. Woodhouse. St. Albans, ll, Mr. W. Walker ; 7, ...

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RIVERSTONE. DEPUTATION TO THE HALLWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

RIVERSTONE. DEPUTATION TO THE HALL WAY COMMISSIONERS. The Railway Commissioners were waited upon on Tuesday last by a deputation which waB introduced by Í4r. B. Hall, M.L.A.. It was asked that a Sunday morning train should be run from Riverstone, that more second-class carriage accommodation be provided between Riverstone and Blacktown, that the points at the sta tion be moved so that shunting opera tions would not interfere with the keeping over of the level crossing, that the gates be kept open for the receipt of fruit and other perishable goods until 6 p.m., in place of 5 p.m. . as at present, and that a weighbridge siderable expenditure, and, together with the question of the leroi crossing being blocked by shunting operations, would have to stand over until further inquiry was made. The Commis sioners endeavoured to keep the Sun day trame as low as possible, but the request for a Sunday train would be looked into. With regard to a weigh bridge, it ehould be remembered that the ...

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Willow Trees as Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Willow Trees as Fodder. Mr. 'D. C. Murray, Twinbrook, Bendemeer, writing to " Martin's Home and Farm " of last week, says -"The weeping willow as a fodder t plant-is the most, valuable tree we ?? grow in this distrjot,'aUd is cherished by all kinds of stock. At this time of the year the leaves fall from the tree and there are thousands of sheep livirii3»ni^j|if»maT .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

?M CLEARANCE SALE ! ! OF Surplus Winter Stock. REDUCTIONS FOR 14 DAYS ON LY ORI M WOO D'S BARGAINS --IN Manchester, Household Drapery, Blankets, Dresses, Hosiery, Mens % Boys Clothing Boots and Slwes. Balance of Grocery AT WHOLESALE PRICES. A. ORI M WOO D'S CASH STORES, IWDSOR. mu-pi iam " HAWKESBURY HERALD" HAS KOW A CIRCULATION OP 1,000 ! Advertisers Are requested to make a Mental Note of this fact. We look after our Advertisers well. Their advts. are Artistically Set, and are distributed amongst the Reading Matter ; there fore, they are seen-read -digested. Quotations for quarterly advfs. on application. KEEP . . AMOVERIN' ALONG ! . ¡hat is the motto of tho "Hawkesbury Herald" Printing Works, where Has been added to the Machinery in 01 der to make it Thoroughly Up« to-date. PRINTING. If you require my Printing-of any de scription whatever, give us a call. We can show you speci mens of work, w hich, for > QUALITY md PRICE can hold their own again t all of 'em. «..«.. SUBSCRIPTI...

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A NEW TRAINING TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

A NEW TRAINING TRACK. Mr. C. Baldwin is having'the old training track in Bowman's paddock, i formerly used by Mr. Albert Cornwell, put into good order, and lengthened by half a mile. It is a splendid soft track, and years ago many of the fastest, horses on the turf did work on it. Mr. Baldwin has a number of promising young horses in train at present.

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Shirley & Co.'s Manures. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Shirley -& Co.'* Manure«. Mesera. Geo. Shirley and Oo. whose advt, appears in the "Herald," have sent along their new price list for high grade fertilisers. The list ÍB based upon the actual practical experience gained by agriculturalists in the open field, and the firm com mend the fertilizers to all who pur pose manuring for resultB That manuring Hioes pay can never be doubted, and it is to be hoped that the past severe drought may increase the desire of all to produce an abund ance to, if possible, provide food for a time of want. A smaller area under fertilisers will enable pastoralists and . agriculturalists to carry more stock, -probably threefold, than on a large area unfertilized. The stock will be better cared for and the riske attend- , ant upon drought minimised. Messrs. Shirley and Oo.'s endeavour t for many years has been to ascertain < the class of fertilisers best adapted to N. S. Wales conditions ; records show ing the demand for particular grades ...

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PETTY THIEVING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

PETTY THIEVING. Whilst Mr. Frank Quent was in Bichmond on Sunday last, someone went to his place at Kurrajong Heights and stole a quantity of peas, passionfruit and oranges, and also an axe If the thieves happen to get caught they wou't trouble anyone else for a while.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

SURPLUS STOCK. 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/U, 7/11 White Toilet Quilts, 6/11, 9/6, 14/6 Turkish Towels, 5frd, 7Jd, 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, Pink and dream, 3£d, 5Jd 6Jd ; Striped and Fancy from 3Jd per yard DRESS MATERIALS, Oolored Serges, from 8Jd per yard Costume Cloths, from 8^d Black Cashmere, from 1/3 Black Voile, from 2/8 Colored BeppB, from lOJd Black Álpaoca Dress Skirts, from 6/11 Black Alpacca do circular flounce, from 11/6 Also Superior trimmed do, 14/9 to¡2?/6 SKIRTS MADE TO ORDER IF REQUIRED. Ladies Capes, to be cleared at 4/6, 6/11, 11/6 Fur Necklets, 1/6, 2/11, 4/11 Ladies Jackets, from 10/6 to 27/6 D Id OX/L^IESTD Sc Op. LADIES' CORSETS, the new STRAIGHT FRONT#.P. OORSETd at 6/6 per pair. Other Makes from 2/11 to 1Í/9 HOSIERV, at Special Prices. Ladies' Blac...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902. The Men on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, JULY 18,1902. The Men on the Land. Farmers and settlers in this district must have read with keen interest the reports of the proceedings of the big conference which has just been held in Sydney-the tenth annual confer ence of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association. For some years the area from which the delegates were at tracted was confined to the southern part of the State, but gradually the branches have spread west and north till, now, most parts have been drawn within the pale. It is not the inten tion of this article to dwell on the good results which hare been achieved by the Association in the shape of obtaining better land laws, improving their commercial arrangements, and bettering their condition in other wara ; but what we would like to say is, that it is surely worth while considering, in this district, the ad visability of establishing branches of the Association, in order to throw in some additional weight with the thousands of other settlers through...

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RICHMOND. HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

P^Mmi^jpt wwUng ww íield it: f IheÄwkesbürj rao» course on Tues day afternoon .last, when Hr. E. 'Skuthorp occupied the chair. Accounts were passed, and the pro gramme for the August meeting pre pared. The secretary reported that the winter meeting had resulted in a {/profit of nearly £80.

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. " Mr. W. H. O'Brien sold 120 tons of chaff this week. Messrs. Guest and Skuthorp report the following prices at their weekly sale on Saturday last .-Fowls 3/6 to 4/, suckers 4/6 to 5/10, ducks 3/- to 5/8, maize 4/10, turnips ld per bunch, cauliflowers 3/- per doz, fruit trees 3d each. Saturday.-Chaff 5/6 to 6/6, maize 4/10 to 6/, lucerne 7/, suckers 5/6, pigs 25/- each, fowls 2/6 to 5/6, geese 4/9 to 6/, ducks 3/3 to 4/6, beef 2d to 5$d per lb, bacon 9d per lb, pumpkins 2/- to 4/. per doz, cauliflowers 2/ to 6/. per doz, cabbage 2/- to 4/- per doz, potatoes 7/ per cwt.

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Pitt Town Labour Farm [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Pitt Town Labour FarnJ À return was laid on the tabl< the Legislative Assembly on Ti day afternoon of last week by Minister for Works in answer! list of 23 questions asked by -] Kelly on the Pitt Town Labour Fa It states that there are-now 47 mates in the settlement, and ev man has to work the first week board and lodging only, He does work at all on the day of arri At present, while the country, suffering from drought, agricultc operations are suspended, and ? men are set to workatwood-cntti stock feeding, or water carting. 1 first-named class of work is net sarily laborious, but not unduly and the amount required from et man does not make it very laborto for men accustomed to work of s kind. Men have not been discharf because they could not do the mi mum required. There are nogra« of men employed. Each man ceives board and lodging and mor payments ranging up to 5s a we according to the amount and quel of the work he is able to do. W reference to the quality of the m sup...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. The supply was moderate and s varied at the Redfern depot this j morning, and the dei Isaf «at^Gfti requiring Àls'Wt^f^r^âll^ilr-] changed hands at 2s6dand2s9d; while a truck of pollard was unsale able at ls 4d per bushel. Lucerne \ was well represented, and prime lots cleared readily at 8s 2d, medium 7s to 7s 6d per cwt. Wholesale priceB were : Bran, ls 4d per bushel ; pollard, ls 4d per bushel ; maize, 4s lOd per bushel ; chaff, £3 10s to £C 10s per ton ; oaten hay, £6 10s per ton ; straw, £2 15s to ¿'3 10s per ton ; lucerne, £7 to £8 per ton ; bacon, 8d to '4d per lb ; peas, 4s 8d to 7s per bushel ; butter, ls 4$d per lb ; potatoes, £4 15s to £7 lUs per ton ; turnips, £4 10s per ton ; onions, £8 per ton ; beeswax, ls ld per lb ; honey, 4d per lb ; lard, 8£d to 9d per lb ; eggs, ls 7d per dozen ; fowls, 3s to 4s ; ducks, 3s to 4s ; firewood, 6B to 12s 6d per ton ; oranges, 5s to 14s per case; jam melons, 2s to 3s Cd per dozen ; lemons, 2s to 10s per case ...

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