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Golf. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

Golf. On Saturday & team from the Rich mond Golf Club .visited the Royal Sydney dolf Club on the Bpndi links. Although tile premier club won alf the four matches *mo of them were very close, which waB *. ??«?- «redit of the jBfenm£ndclub, much to lay. . * it,« ,0Jj . . ms the Sandy nature 01 . *a(l toe sporting character of the holes were very * '-«»to the Visito». The results were R.G.O. C. T. Musson... 0 R. F. Weir ,.. 0 F. G. Neilley 0 Rev. Fergusson 0 .s follows : R.S.G. lb Dobbin ... 1 H. M. Hamilton 6 H. B. Gritton ...|2 X. D. Hoben ... 6 16 The Pref i lent's prize was played for on Wednesday November 22nd. The winner tented up in Mr. C. J. Lawson. Score Down C. T. Musson h'cap & 9 9 C. J. Lawson.12 12 Rev. Mr. White ... scr. 13 Rev. Mr. Fergusson 8 14 F. G. Nettley. 4 14 G. E. Collett .SO 15 E. Campbell ... ... 27 17 On Saturday November 26th a special handicap match against Bogey will be played for a subscription prize, and as a ?end-off to Mr. B. F. Weir one...

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Tuberculosis Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

Tuberculosis Commission. The Royal Commission on tuberculosis .nd diseases in stock sat on Friday last, Hr. S. Smith, president in the chair. Hr. Stuart Potter, M.R.C.Y.S., testified in reference to experiments carried out re* cently under his supervision at tho H. A. College, on some cattle that were affected by tuberculosis, and which had been kept at the College over twelve months for experimental purposes. Every possible precaution, he said, was taken in these experiments. Eight cattle were I toeated, and only one re-acted. This cow and two others were killed, and on ex- amination were found to be diseased. On a former occasion, at a post-mortem examination, one animal was found to be almost recovered. Whether this was accountable to the action of tuberculin or to change of climate and pasturage, witness was unable to state. This result ia very interesting and will no doubt lead to important suggestions being mad» in regard to the treatment of animals sus- pected of being so aff...

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In Search of Gold. By the Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER II.—OLIVE. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

In Search of Gold.\ By the Autlior of "A BU of. Flotsam." CHAPTER IL-OLIVE. (Continued). There "were dark rings now under the eyes that had once danced so merrily, the gay, sweet voice was seldom raised in laugh- ing cadence, and a pensive sadness, unnatural alike to her age and dis- position, rested almost continually on her fair brow. Yet the smile, though rare, had lost none of its brightness. It came and went like a flash of light, and left, if it were possible, an even stronger impres- sion than formerly on the one favoured to receive it. This even- ing, waking from her tranquil sleep, so startlingly vivid, pure and tender was it that a fresh pang shot through her mother's heart. Could such radiance long be bound by ties of earth? 1 Caught napping again, mother,' she said, raising a caressing hand and stroking the anxious face. * I'm a shockingly idle young per- son ! ' Lady Woodthorpe seated herself on a low chair, and Olive, rising from her couch, knelt down in front of her, ...

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RICHMOND. The College Piggery. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

RICHMOND. The College Piggery. A New Zealand boyer has made an offer to buy all the spare Tamworth breed of pigs at the College at the Principal's own price. a The piggery is the most profitable seo* üon of the farm. Everything consumed by the pigs and the value of students' labour is charged, and a net profit of up wards of £300 a year is returned. About .400 young pigs are sent out per year to the ordere of pig fanciers at prices rang- ing ap to £3 3s each. Á splendid lot of suckers are now in the littering sties, in- cluding many of Tamworth breed, which ia coming into such favour for bacon making. Most of the bacon made is con- sumed on the premises, and the students who help to make it can purchase pieces for despatch to their friends as specimens of their practical skill. The food supply of the kitchen will in future be largely provided for by the 'slaughter of mutton raised on the farm. The flock's now num- ber about 600, which have been reared from Romney Marsh and Shropshir...

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Street Expectoration. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

Street Expectoration. : 3 WHEN people prate of "man's ^ inhumanity to man " and the dira results which follow they refer, as » 'r% rule, to some matter of great mag-» nitude, which calls for special con-^ . > demnation. There are times* - however, when things which seem but trifles in themselves ore th» ; direct occasion of the most terrible calamities that can fall on mankind. ^ Take, for instance, that most pre- valent and equally filthy andi dangerous practice of spatting about our streets and pathways. Now, we have it on the undoubted authority of the medical experts attached to the Victoria Hospital for Consumptives, Edinburgh, that this nauseous custom is the chief cause of consumption, and it ia safe to say that coasuraption will lay more victims. îow in Australia this year than \*ÎU the bullets of Briton and Boer ia. the Transvaal wan Nothing should be more easy t* check t&an street expectoration, but unfortunately it is one of the many / things which come under t...

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SYDNEY FRUIT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

SYDNEY FRUIT MARKETS. The supply available was only moderate, but quite sufficient for require- ments. Cherries and plums were slightly easier, otherwise prices remained un- changed. Following are the prices : £ ß d £ s d Apples ... 0 4 0 to 0 4 6 Passionfrcit... 0 5 0 0 10 0 Lemons ... 0 2 6 0 6 0 Oranges ... 0 6 0 0 18 0 Mandaline ... 0 9 0 0 10 0 Apricots ... 0 3 0 0 9 0 Strawberries 0 1 0 0 2 6

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FARM AND DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

FARM AND DAIRY. In the Condoblin district the grasshoppers are doing much dam- age. One station has had 30,000. acree cleared of grass by the pests. From the foundation of New South Wales to the end of Governor liacquarie's administration, about 400,000 acres of land were granted to private individuals. The Australian Agricultural Com- pany was fully established during Governor Darling's reign; their agents selecting, taking possession, and commencing operation on their grant of a million acres in the north. They sent out from England a numerous staff, cargoes, and im- plements and stock on a most costly scale, and purchased breed- ing cattle so largely that the price iras raised from 100 to 200 per cent, in the colony. One hears so many dismal re- ports of crop failures that it is quite refreshing to hear of success. One such report comes from Borambil Creek, where it is said that Mr. E. Rawlinson has a 20 acre crop which is the pride of the district. It is in virgin ground, and st...

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MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

MARKETS. Sydney, Thursday. Fair inquiries for maize were noted at the Sydney markets yesterday, both for u aid provincial requirements, and chickwheat was in moderate request at unaltered prices. Oats were rather dull, aQd bran and pollard received little in- quiry. The following sale of lucerne is reported:-May, Mulgrave 2B; Bowd, passed ; Farlow, Windsor, 2s ; and Butter, ls Sd. Following are the prices cur- rent: Oats. Maize Chaff. Oaten Hay ... Lucerne ... Onions Potatoes Butter Bacon Fowls Ducks Muscovies ... Geese Turkeys Eggs. Honey Footwood ... Billet Wood Bakers* Wood Bundle Wood £ s d 0 1 ll OOO 2 fi 0 2 7 6 2 0 0 2 6 0 10 6 0 0 7 0 0 4 0 2 9 0 2 6 0 4 0 0 5 6 0 5 0 0 0 6 0 0 1^ 0 8 0 0 7 0 0 8 6 0 8 6 £ s d 0 2 2 0 3 2 8 0 0 4 10 0 2fi0 4 16 0 6 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 7 0 4 6 0 4 0 0 6 0 0 6 6 0 16 0 0 0 9 0 0 2& 0 15 6 .on 0 0 10 6 0 12 6

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CONCERT. Windsor Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

CONCERT. Windsor Wesleyan Church. The above conceit, which waa referrec to in oar last issue, and which was tx liave taken place at *' Trevallyn," th* Eretty grounds of Mr. W. H. Dean, wa eld in the Wesleyan Church on Wednes day evening of last week. It was most unfortunate for the promoters that th« elemento turned out to be so unfavorable for an out-door entertainment, as we feel Bure, by the way in which the function was worked up, the attendance would hare been a record one. As it was, how- ever,' the attendance was very fair, and we have no doubt that when the financial result is known, it will be found to be satisfactory. Mr. A. Lane was the mov- ing spirit of the whole affair, and it is evident that he had expended much time and ingenuity in his work of organizing, and that his efforts had been most cheer- fully seconded by Miss Swift and other of the lady church folk, and liberally re- sponded to by the general public. The programme given was a varied one, and the items of a...

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

MAILS. Mails close at Windsor for Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Riverstone, 6*30 B,tn.. 3.45 p m. Wiseman's Ferry-Monday, Wednes- day, Friday, noon; also Tuesday and Friday, 9 p.m. Pitt Town, Wilberforce, Sackville Beach and Freeman's Reach, noon. Pitt Town Settlement, 11-30 a.m. Forrester-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11*30 a.m. Sydney and Granville, 9 pm., daily. Mulgrave. 6 30 a.m. Blacktown, 3.15 p.m.

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The Future of The Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

The Future of The Transvaal. IN the course of a recent speech the Marquis of Salisbury inferred that Britain would not s. ek to interfere with the independence of the Trans- vaal oe the cessation of t1 e present hostilities. The speech was imme- diately taken up by leading news- papers, we are informed by cable, and a more modified construction put upon it. Whether he was re ported incorrtetlyvor not, it would be a great mistake for the victori- ous British, labouring under a mis- taken sense of chivalry, to deal tco liberally with the Boers. That error was made once before, and is the entire cause of ali the trouble now, had Mr. Gladstone's Government dealt less leniently with the enemies of the Empire on that occasion", they would have beon better friends not only to their own countrymen, but even to the Boers themselves, for all the present trouble has sprung from magnanimity on that occasion. The total disarmament of the Boers, and the Annexation of both countries is a severe re...

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True Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

True Patriotism. 1 IN these days of war fever we are» all pleased to hear of evidence to the effect that we are all trna patriot?, and that, not only the - rising generation, but the genera- tions yet unborn, will have these glorious sentiments instilled into them. The following true 6tory will show that it is deeprooted and ; prospering. A young man spent a Sunday afternoon recently with a friend who was the proud father of two little girls, aged seven and nine. Miss Nine came back from Sunday-school, and was talking all about Christians and such things, when Miss Seven turned to the , poung man and asked, " What isa Christian "-in all innocence, not as propagandist. Set back for a moment at the directness of the question, and puzzled to, give a reply, suddenly, after a momentfa reflection, the -yoting man said, ^hy-er, 'you're one." Th> young lady drew herself up to her full height, gaye him a glance that would wither a culprit, stamped her foot and said, ' I'm sure I'm. .., no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

XMAS! CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I . . . NEW YEAR GIFTS I J. C. Horn HAS the BEST SELECTION of JEWELLERY, PLATE, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, VASES, OBNAMENTS, PUSSES and POCKET BOOKS, PRAYER BOOKS and BIBLES, GIFT BOOKS, TOY BOOKS, BIRTHDAY BOOK8, PIPES, CIGAR & CIGARETTE CASES, PERFUMEME, BASKET WARE, Etc. The Largest and Most Varied Selection of CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS EVER DISPLAYED IN THE DISTRICT. 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 STELL IN CHARGE OF Miss Long, Late of Farmer and Ob's, WHO GIVES EVERY SATISFACTION IN FIT AND STYLE. T. LOBB, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. STOP! LOOK AT THIS I PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STORES and " KEEP THE MONEY IN THE DISTRICT." 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...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1899. (16th Sunday after Trinity.) CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1899. (16th Sunday after Trinity.) CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll a. m. and 7-30 p.m. Preacher, Bev. S. G. Fiéluing. Vineyards, 3 p.m. St. Peter's, Bichmond, 8 a.m. (Holy Communion) ; ll a.m. and 7*30 p.m. Bichmond Lowlands (Mrs. T. Griffiths' House) 8*15 p.m. Preacher. Ber. J. Howell-Price. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3-80 p.m. Mr. B. Fallow, juur. .St. Paul's, Riverstone, 7 p.m., Farewell Sermon. Bier. H. R, A. Wilson. St. Albans, 7*30 p.m., Mr. A. V. Dick- son. Wallambyne Common, ll a.m., Mr. A. V. Dickson. Central McDonald, i p.m., Mr. A. V. Dickson. Lower Port- land, ll a,m., Mr. F. Simon. . Wiseman's ' Ferry, 3 p.m., Mr. J. T. Marx. Upper Mangrove, 2*30 d,m., Bev. F. A. Cadell. Lower Mangrove, 10 30 a.m., Bev. F. A. Cadell. WESLEYAN. Windsor, ll a.m., Mr. A. Lane ; 7*30 p.m., Bev. A. a Swift. Richmond, ll O.m., Mr. T. Masterman ; 7*30 p.m., Mr. A. Lane. Enfield, ll a.m., Bev. A. S. Swift. Kurrajong, 230 p.m., Mr. F. Midson. Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

RELIABLE FURMTURE, Carpets, Bedstads, and Bedding, AND WHERE TO GET IT. A. HALL & COMPANY, OOENBR GEORGE AND LIVERPOOL-STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE Ia Tapestry and Plash, Conch, Pair Easy Chairs, and 4 Carved Chairs, for £4 10s; 50 others, 5, IO, to 29 guineas, at HALL'S. DINING-ROOM SUITE, VERY STRONG COUCH, Pair Easy and 6 Small Chairs, all Spring-seated and Padded Back, 6 guineas; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 guineas, at HALL'S. BEDROOM SUITE. WALNUT COLOUR or POLISHED PINK, Wardrobe, Plate Glass Door and Drawers, Dachesse Chest Drawers, with glass attached, Marble Top Washstand, Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suites to select from 9, 12,18 to 50 guineas. FULL SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEAD Brass Rail, Double-wire Mattress, and Best Bed Wood Flock, with Best Kapok Bedding, M 10s. 60 Latest Design Bedsteads to Belect from at HALL'S. A. HALL & COMPANY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 George street, SYDNEY. Country Orders Packed Free. New Ill...

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PARK VILLA V. KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

PARK VILLA Y. KURRAJONG. The above match was begun at North Eichmond, when Kurrajong made 137 in their first innings. Park Villa have lost 1 wicket for 22. Following are the seores: NORTH RICHMOND-1st Innings. F. Sproul, c, b Tuckerman. 26 A. Woodhill, b Barber .34 G. Williams, c, b Mitchell. 28 J. McMahon, b Mitchell . 8 T. John, b Mitchell. 6 W. Stevenson, b Mitchell ... ..6 E. McDonald, c, b Mitchell.- 0 F. Pitt, not oat . 18 J. Wilson, b Mitchell . 1 A. Smith, b Tuckerman ... ' ... 1 J. Percival, b Tuckerman . 1 Sundries. 13 Total. ... 137 PABK VILLA-1st Innings. j F. Barber, not out .15 j A. Stubbs, b Williams ... ... 3 S. Tuckerman, not out . 4 Total for 1 wicket. 22

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FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own correspondent.) Mrs. Alexander Smith has just recov- ered from & severe attack of illness. Miss Ruby Turnbull has retarnedihome from Sydney, after going under a euc« cessful operation. Farmers have been busy during the week harvesting their crops, which in most cases are exceptionally heavy. Mrs. Cable, of Sydney, daughter of Mrs. John Brewer, has returned home, where she will remain for a few weeks holidays. Owing to a demand on our space we ore compelled to hold over a considerable quantity of Freeman's Beach news until next issue. Poultry buyers have been on the war- path during the last week, looking after Christmas poultry, which are beginning to go up in value. Robert Cecil, a young man in the em- ploy of Mr. B. Dunston, was taken to the Windsor Hospital on Tuesday hut, suffering from influenza. Mr. J. Brewer is the possessor of some of the finest milking cows to be found in the district, and evidently knows how to look after them properl...

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MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

! MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) _____ No service was Held in the local Pres- byterian Church last Sunday, owing to the fact that no preacher arrived from Sydney. lt is reported from Booty Hill that Mr, Sydney Burdekin has been seriously iii. We all wish him a speedy return to good health again. The prizes presented to the children attending the Marsden Park Church of England Sunday School, were kindly given by Mrs. Wheaton. The Messrs. Buchanan, of Berkshire Park, have been engaged during the last week in carting their hay to the station. They state that they had a very heavy crop. Mr. Garrett, general manager of the Excelsior Land and Investment Company, paid a visit to his property here last week. Mr. Johnston manages Mr. Gar- rett's eBtate. Mrs. Lindquist was taken suddenly ill last week, and medical attendance wa? required. She is now, we are pleased to slate, progressing favourably under the care of Dr. Studdy. Hail fell here last Thursday at mid- day, bat fortuna...

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WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

' WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondent.) Mrs. Hazelwood, wife of our late schoolmaster, has been spending a week in town among her friends. Mr. Harry Greentree is building a very nice weatherboard cottage for Miss Johnston near the Gospel ? Hall, at Sackville Beach. The young trees on the Recrea- tion Ground have been greatly im- proved by the recent rain, and are making great headway. Ths pumpkin and melon crops are coming along well, and with favorable weather good yields are expected. The s.s. Surprise ran her first special trip on Tuesday morning last with fruit from the river, and will in future run to Peat's Ferry four trips per week. Local folks are preparing to give their homes the usual Christmas touch up, and the paint pot and brushes are in evidence on every side. The postponed races at Penrith are coming off tomorrow, (Satur- day), when the two local horseß, Wombo and Greylegs will take part in the sport. To show what a bad state our river is getting in, the steamers...

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Windsor Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 22ND NOVEMBER. (Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. D. Mayne, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 24 November 1899

Windsor Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 22ND NOVEMBEB. {Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M., »nd Mr. D. Mayne, J.P.) PMVÍOUB to the business ol the Court being proceeded with, Mr. Wilshire, the Police Magistrate, took the opportunity ©f welcoming Mr. D. Mayne, one of the übe newly-appointed J.'sP., as a brother magistrate, and stated that from what he Tipa heard of Mr. Mayne he was sure that Jw would prove an acquisition to the Bench. Mr. D. Mayne, J.P., briefly responded. AS ALLEGED BIVEBSTONE ASSAULT CASE. E. Wendell r. E. Mellish. Edward Mellish, night watchman at the Riverstone Meat Co.'s Works, was charged on the information of Herman Wendall, storekeeper, also of Riverstone, with unlawfully assaulting him on Satur- day, 18th instant. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. ^William Walker appeared for the com plainant, in the absence of Mr. R. B. Walker, who was indisposed. Mr. J. J. Paine appeared for defendant, and ap- plied for an adjournment on the grounds that bis client bad only been served wi...

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