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Don't Miss This Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Don't Miss This Opportunity. The " Encyclopaedia Britannica " doe« not appeal to any one section of readers, bat to all. It is, in fact, a complete library in itself. A library to which the scholar, who already knows hie subject, "c»n turn to study other subjects, either of a totally different character, or which bear remotely or nearly upon the subject which he has made his own. It is a library to which the student, who desires to aquire a complete and accurate knowledge of any branch of human learning, can go, knowing that he will find these treatises written by the highest authorities on their special subjects, which will give bi all that he can hope to learn from books, i lt is a library to which men and women, : and boys and girls can turn and feel sure they will find what they are looking for, wheD they are in want of general information either upon some subject which has cropped up in the course of their reading, or of their conversation or of the experience of the day, or ev...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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The River Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

- 1 The River Trade. ? For some time past the matteq opening up the river trade has ' talked, but practically nothing Mr. J. T. Jones has taken the mal up, and if his Boheme works ou will be the means of bringing ba Windsor the trade that for manyi kept fully a dozen boats going * wards and forwards between here j the Lower Hawkesbury. Mr. Jé proposes building a boat ¿8 feet li with 12 feet beam, and 3 feet It will be a sorew-boat, drivenj high-press engines, capable of in g 15 tons oargo or 120 pa and will travel at the rate of abo knots an hour. He has already i the model, and the boat îMJi| ider his supervision at eolaÂÉfIiP£|pi. . bridge, or, for that mat^ c*>ulâl up to.. Mulgrave viaduct. If Jones can raise the sum of £7$ shares, the boat will belaunohe about three months' time.

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H. D. A. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

H. O. A. Association. 1 The annual meeting of the ab takeB place at the BËOW ground Friday afternoon next at 2.80 j for the purpose of (1) Receiving j adopting the report of the outgo committee and Treasurer's bala sheet; (2) electing office-bearers the then current year ; (3) transact any business of-which due notice s! have been given the secretary Mr. S. Guest.

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A Trip to New Zealand. THE WONDERLAND OF AUSTRALASIA. For the "Herald." XI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Ä Wp to Hew Zsalqif. THE WONDERLAND OF AUS TRALASIA.. [By Rev. 8. G. Fielding, author of " The Southern Light," " Down to the Sea in Ships," etc.] For the " Herald." XI. On my return' I found time to pay another visit to Ohinematu. Indeed, I could have stayed for weeks in the district, so varied and interesting were the sights that met one at every turn. But time passed, and cash was short, so I had to leave. A few years ago a trip to the hot lakes was an expensive undertaking, but now, thanks to the abolition of the tolls and impositions for merly peached by the Maoris, it is comparatively inexpensive. While visiting the baths, I came across this inscription on a mock tombstone : L. S. D. On the following morning I started on my return trip to Auckland, regretting very much that my en gagements there prevented me from visiting my friend the Rev. Joseph Campbell, at Tehorah. Leaving Rotorua, the train climbed slowly up a steep mountain side, which enabled me to obtain some beautiful...

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

WANTED. PINESTONE li COLLISON have clients for 60 or 100 bead of cattle, from 18 months to I years old-»und heifers, cows, steen, bc Also, a GOOD TBNA.VT for an Orchtrd or Farm on the river, 40 or 60 acres. TO LET. TWO-STUBEÏ DWELLING, 4 Booms, Kitchen, Stables, and Large Shop, George-street, Windsor. Uent, 8s 6d per week. Gas laid on, if required, for r liable tenant. Apply, " HEBALD " OFFICE.

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Windsor School of Aris. ANNUAL MEETING. VERY SMALL ATTENDANCE. DR. CALLAGHAN, J.P., ELECTED PRESIDENT. A PROPOSED BILLIARD-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

YEEY SMALL ATTENDANCE. DU. CALLAGHAN, J.P., ELECTED \ PRESIDENT. i A PROPOSED BILLIARD-ROOM. ; The annual meeting of the Wind sor School of Arts was held on Tues day evening last. Those present were MeFsrs. J. G. Beazley, W. H. H. Beck.», J.P., G. McCauley, J.P., H. B. Walker, J P, J. H. Bloome, M. Raper, R. W. Dunstan, A. D. Fowler, J. W. Chandler, W. B. Greenwell, and L. Brown. Mr, W. I. Perry was elected to the chair. The rainutea of the last annual meeting being read and confirmed, the secretary read the report and balance sheet. (We wished to publish these in full, but were unable to get the "copy" in time to do so. We give the gist of them). During the j ear several improve ments were effected to the library aud to the lighting of the hall. Mr. G. M. Davies had proved an efficient librarian. A bazaar had netted £45, and an entertainment by the Orches tral Society, £3/4/. Paid up members for the year, 35 ; total membership, 72. Sixteen committee meetings had been held; attendan...

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Other Worlds than Ours. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

OHer Worlds Han Ours. By THE HISTORIAN. Next morning we chartered a vehicle and drove over to the Agricul tural College, in order to form our own impressions of this world-famed institution, and we may say at the outset that our cordial thanks are proferred to the genial Principal, Mr. Potts, who really could not, apparent ly, do too much to minister to our comfort. Detailing an official to act as cicerone during his temporary absence, he himself took up the run ning after dinner, and, from the style of his conversation and previous experience, we are convinced that he " is the right man in the right place, and that the great work will be well forwarded whiht under his control. We inspected the pigs-admired the Berkshires, and the fashionable beauties with their' turned up noses amongst Yorkshires, and felt inclined to poke fun at the Tamworths, till we heard that their commercial value was great enough to cause a larger demand for this stock than could be supplied. They ought to be...

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

THE STOREKEEPERS, RICHMOND. Prices Cheaper than Eüer ! Try a Flutter this Week ! Light Yellow Sugar, 2d. Ik ; Pure China Sang Mee Tea, ls lb. ; FinesS^ntation Mocha Coffee, ls 6d; French Coffee, ls 6d; Crown Soap, 5d per bar; Lm Raisins, 5d lb. ; Candles, 5d, 6d, and 7d lb. ; Corned Beef, llb.pns, 7d; 21b., ls; Sardines, qr. lb., 3d tin ; Vinegar, in bulk, 5d quart; etc, etc., e\ DRAPERY. Cheapest House in the District.

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

ODDFELLOWS HIP. The quarterly meeting of the Loyal Prince of Wales Lodge (Windsor), I.O.O.F., M.Ü., was held on Monda j evening last. The secretary, Bro.T. Lobb, reported that the income for the quarter was £234 10s Iud, and the expenditure £138 12s 9d, leaving a credit balance of £95 18s ld. There were 16b members " good" on the books.

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MASSEY-HARRIS Co. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

i MASSEY-HARRI8 Oo. The well-known Massey-Hams Oo , whose farming and other implements are renowned all over the world, advertises a number of their leading machines in this issue. Mr. C. Guest, Bichmond, is their agent, and any information required can bß obtained I by applying to bim. For full particu lars see advt.

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WINDSOR BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

WINDSOR BOROUGH COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above council lapsed on Wednes day evening from the same old cause -want of a quorum. On our arrival at the Council Chambers, the Mayor, Aldermen Berckelman, Taylor, and Hannabus were discussing the desir ability of purchasing a ping pong set with which to fill in the time whilst waiting for the other members of the council. Only one meeting out of the last four has been attended by a sufficient number of our civic brethren to proceed with business. Aid. Berckelman remarked that he had a pocketf ull of questions to ask, and we don't doubt but what the others present bad business of interest to deal with. It is, therefore, unpleasant and annoying for the same few to always turn out-only to be disap pointed.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Football. The Windsor and Biohmond Junior F.C'e. met on Windsor Park on Sat urday last. There were about 400 spectators present, and the game j throughout was fast and furious. Richmond brought over a very strong ! team, but the local boys were too | , much for them, winning by 5 points I ' to nil. H. Buckton scored a try, which O. Callaghan converted into a goal. The second half of the game was playpd in the visitors1 twety-five. The Windsor club have now played 8 matches, having won 5. lost 2, and drawn 1. The total number of points soored were 69 against 44.

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Mulgrave and Vineyards P. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Mulgrave and Vineyards P.A. A meeting of the above was held on Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. John Gray. Present : Messrs. Forrsberg (in the chair), Foster, White, Honemau, Farrell, Jones, Strachan, Groper, and Gray. It was resolved that a general meeting take place at Mr. Forss^erg's resi dence on the 26th instant. An ac count for 6/7 was passed. Letters were received from the State Trea surer, trustees of the Mulgrave spring, Postmaster-General, and Lands De partment. The secretary was in structed to apply to the Government for a rain guage. It was resolved to express the Association's apprecia tion of the stand taken by Mr. B. Hall, M.L.A., regarding the erection of the traffic bridge over the Hawkes bury River at North Richmond.

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. Mr. N. Grant, Road Superintendent, frow Bichmond, paid the Ferry a visit on Monday last, encroûte to Single ton's mill, where, under the super vision of Mr. Ike Woods, a bridge over the old mill stream is being built. Mr. Grant has the unemployed of Lower Hawkesbury on the work, which is the correct thing. Mr. P. J. Kelly, the genial host of the Hawkesbury Hotel at Wiseman's Ferry, was granted an auctioneer's license on Thursday last, for the police district of Windsor, extending as far as St. Albans. This seems a step in the right direction, and will be a great boon to the district- He intends holding fortnightly sales at the Ferry, and should do well. His first sale will be notified in due time. Messrs. Denny O'Brien and Charley Cross went out fishing on last holiday night. They pulled as far aa the mouth of the Colo river, having heard that all the big Jew fish were up that river. The kellick was dropped over board, and after it one of Mr. Bob Cameron's silk twis...

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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

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LOCAL & [?] ITEMS. Bridge row reivyed! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

. ..A.. -^..^^__... i¡ "mt < ' Like the Moho «very : thing wal iioa|Sàoiw about the j Wheeny one. . ? Kev. S. G. Fitídjng's interesting serial is concluded ifrjj^ this issue. Short stories (flndér two columns preferred) now invited. .Look out for the bard concertât the School of Arte to-night! Good programme ! The editor offers a prira for any " inventionthat can beat the fish episode described in our news from Wiseman's Ferry. . " Historian," in his notes on our eighth page, deals very interestingly with a visit to the S. A. College. Mr. W. Douglas, «hen dealing it out to the " Hawkesbury Herald," at Wheeny on Saturday, night : With all due respect to the proprietor that is, if he ts the proprietor-" That was only one of several real good ones stabbed at us. There'd be skin and hair flying yet over this bridge business ! Two much feeling infused I We can expect correspondence in galore for next issue. We learn that Mr. Brinsley Hall, M. P., has been instrumental in ob ta...

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The Late Mr. J. B. Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

The Late Mr. J. B. Brown. The following reference to the late Mr J. B. Brown appeare 1 in last week's " Nepean Times :-" The news of the death of Mr. J. B. Brown, inspector of conditional purchases, came as a terrible shock to his mamy friends in the*e parts. Thc late Mr Brown was in spector of conditional parchases for this as well as other districts, and made friends wherever he went by the outspoken, cheer ful, and business way he did everything-*' " Wet Paint " we often see about, And wisely keep our distance ; Advice like this is good no doubt, And valuable assistance ; Bnt there's one thing more precious still Of that you can make sure, By driving off your cough or chill With WOODS' GREAT PKPPIBMIKT CURE»

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

: SALE DAYS: rUESDAYS_>* -AND ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK 8HABP. I Eade of Produce, Fruit, Poultry, Cattle, Furniture, &c, &c., sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER LLFRED RANGER, rcriONHKß, L4ND, ESTATE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, LLUATOB, A0OITOB, & ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. £10,000 to Lwid on Approved Security in as from £200 upwards at Seasonable »rest. F0TI0IT 8ALE8~Ö0NDÜ0TED. TTAGEB TO LET. TTAGES and HOUSES FOB SALE. AUS and OBOHABDB FOE PBIVATE BALE-_ gp- Persona Investing or Selling would efit themselves by Consulting the Under, led, either at [T-STEEEr (back of Court House), -OB jtión Uart, GEOBGE-ST., WINDSOR. ALFRED RANGER. OOK1 . . IF YOU WAHT k . . OOD FITTING SUIT LDE FROM THE . . BEST MATERIAL, LL AND SEE [. A. Bowman GEOEGE-STBEET, WINDSOß, «re only First-class Workmanship turned out. Second to Nona. IARRY BOWMAN, Practical Tailor, ïgKlTtTBE of every description and quality may be had for CASH or tut) made to snit Purchasers. One of LABGEST...

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

MASSEY-H ARRIS HIGH-GRADE FAEM MACHINERY. ["Stripper Harvester j Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brentford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators andi Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Scumers-various sizes and styles Flows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Bed Star1 Binder Twine ^Traction Engines and Threshers IPO-PRP CO., United, 36 Broadway. Sydney. C. 8. QUEST. AGENT, RICHMOND. Joes "Whore to. Bill, ole men?" Bill: "To the BAND CON CERT at the School of Arts I " To-ggM ! ! First-class] Programme 1 t9> Proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of new instruments.* ' The following ladies and gentlemen have consented to assist : Miss Pitt, Mrs. Bloome, Miss Oosper, Hiss Plum, Mr. 6. P. Adams, sMr. G. E. Woodhill, and Mr. W. Moses, jun. The Laughable Farce-" BOWLED OUT," will be produce...

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WILBERFORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

WILBERFORCE. Several of the posts supporting the telephone wire between here and Windsor badly want replacing with new ones. They are very rotten, and a strong breeze would blow them down. _ Several welcome showers fell dur ing the week, and in consequence farmers have been busy ploughing and getting ready to plant their seed. Mr. and Mrs. Sheaves, of North Sydney, have been spending a holiday here during the week. Mr. Arch. Reynolds,) our local butcher, notifies in our advertising columns that he is still alive, and keeping down the price of meat. Read bis advt. Several maintenance men have been at work on our main roads during the week, putting them in good order. Mr. A. J. Buttsworth, of Tuggerah Lakes, and Mr. £. £. Buttsworth, of Gulargambone, both old Wilberforce boys, and for many years in the Educational Department, spent a few days here last week. The former has been promoted to Wetherell Park public school. Miss D. Simpson, daughter of Mr. L. H. Simpson, J.P., has returned...

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