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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

SCHOOL OF ARTS. The annual meeting of the Rich mond School of Arts was held on Friday evening last. In the absence of the president, Mr G. E. Woodhill, through illness, Mr. G. E. Collett was voted to the chair. The secretary read the balance sheet and report, which showed a credit balance of £50 in addition to £50 paid into the sink ing fund to reduc6 the debt (£500) on the building. The billiard-room was yielding a profit of £44. The follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing year .--President, Mr. G. E. Collett ; vice-presidents, Messrs. E. H. Street, J. Illingworth, and P. H. Ridge ; hon. treasurer, Mr. A. P. Biddle (for fifth time) ; höh secretary, Mr. E. Camp bell, M.A. (for eleventh time); auditors, Dr. Helsham and the Rev. J. Howell Price, R.D.; committee, Messrs. Allison, Brooks, P. Reynolds, H. F. Burnell, and G. E. Woodhill. The action of the outgoing committee in obtaining the electric light from the H. A. College was unanimously approved of by the members. Votes of...

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

Chemist & " Surgeon Dentist^ Riehmond. Teeth OD Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beaut/ and natani appearance guaranteed. Teeth fitted without any pain whatever, and without theextractlon of stamm if desired, Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK UPON THE PBEMISBS, repairs of all kinds can be execs ted at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FE BB. THE DBUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with all the necessary appliances for Ahe proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Olasses and Goggles in all 8hades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND, Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. Coley. GEORGE STEEBT, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Waiker & Son, SOLICITORS, &c. WM. WALKE...

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

FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL BAY MABE, 17 months, Broken to Saddle, Splendid Action, by Trottln? Sire. No doubt will prove % WONDER. Apply ALFRED RANGER. FOR SALE. SPLENDID ENTIRE, by Lord Lyon, 3 year-old. Inspection invited. ALFRED RANGER.

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

SAWEESBURT STORE ABB BAKERY. FIRST PRIZE FQR BREAD * At tbe HAWKESBURY SHOW for TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION - against All-comers. The Bread at this Establishment is Manufactured upon the Laeett Possible Up-to-date Improvements. Orders for Small Goods Promptly Attended to. Werne but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM MOSES, .Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. JOHN DUMfON, WILLIAM POPE, PROPRIETOR. MANAGER. The^lyton-Pope Fruit Co. SOBS IO JOHN POPE & CO.), ssa ' 'fi «rEIjB£»H:03SrjE3 3.385. BOX Of.T.O. 63* Consignments Received. Cases Supplied. Communications Solicited Account Sales, &c, Rendered Promptly. SHIPS' SUPPLIES & ORDER TRADE A SPECIALTY. Wooster's. Ko. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, for Oats, fenley, Cabbages, etc. Ko. 0 SPECIAL PEA & TURNIP MANURE No. 5 RAW BONEDUST, the best for Grapes and Oranges, in good condition. Ho. 7 COMPLETE FERTILIZER, for Passions, Strawberries, Potatoes, etc. PDUB STEAMED BONEDUST, GENERAL PURPOSES BONEDUST, NITROGENOUS BONE...

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

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, WISHES to return his Sincere Thank9 to bis Bichmond and Kurrajong Patrons (or their esteemed favor* at such incon venience to themselves by coming to Wind sor, and has much pleasure in intimating that he has now OPENED A SHOP in BICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to date in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PRICES THAT WILL DEFY COM PETITION. HOBSE RTTftSi Colonial Made, cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINUS in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. GALL AND INSPECT. RENEW THE SOIL Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT - STEE E T, S~5TD ISTE^ST WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, BEG to announce to the Residents of the Hawkesbury District that it ÍB their intention to COMMENCE BT7SINES8 as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose of Property in any- part of the Hawkesbury by Priva...

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THE RICHMOND BRIDGE ROW. Meeting at Whseny Creek. MR. J. C. L. FITZPAPRICK, M. P., DEFENDS HIMSELF. MR. FITZPATRICK "ENTIRELY EXONERATED." ACTION OF KURRAJONG ASSOCIATIONS ENDORSED. A MOTION OF SYMPATHY FOR MR. DOUGLAS. ALL MOTIONS CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. CHEERS FOR MR. FITZPATRICK AND MR. DOUGLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Meeting at Wh«eny CNN*. ME. J. 0. L. FJTZPAPRIOK, M.P., DEFENDS HIMSELF. ' í ME. FITZPATRICK «« ENTIRELY EXONERATED." ACTION OF KURRAJONG ASSOCIATIONS ENDORSED. A MOTION OF SYMPATHY FOR MR. DOUGLAS. ALL MOTIONS CARRIED UNANMOUSLY. CHEERS FOR MR. FITZPATRICK AND MR. DOUGLAS. - A meeting of the residents of Kurrajong was convened, on short notice, for Saturday night Jast, at Mr. Pitt's store, Wheeny Creek, " to dis cuss and consider the latest develop ments in connection with the proposed 'traffic bridge." Ul who had the iut< rests of the district at heart were requested (by-advertisement in one of the iocai papers, and also by leaflets distributed) to attend. Messrs. Hall, Fitzpatrick, and T. R. 8mith, M.P., had been invited, Messrs. Hall and Smith sent apologies. The former did not receive his invitation till Friday night, and he had an engage ment in ¡Sydney,'-for the Saturday night at a publfb presentation to the Premier, ile wired that the lateness of the invitation pr...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XI. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

A Trip to ti|e Laqff «ir t^i -T [Br J. U. MITCHELL.] (For the "Herald;") XI. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). Haring seen all the eights to be seen in Yokohama, we decide«!' to move oar quarters to Tokyo, the city of the plains, a- 45 minute's ride in the train along the shores of Yedo Bay. My friend, Mr. H----, I might here mention, was visiting Japan on business for the firm' of Dalgetty and Go., for whom he does an enormous trade with the Japanes« in silks, cloisomue work, and oth«r productions-for which Australia has a ready market. Their agents in the East are Nosawa and Go., the largest importers and exporters in Japan. They have agencies estab lished almost in every part of the globe, but their headquarters are in Tokyo. Before leaving Yokohama Mr. Nosawa very kindly sent-on hearing of my being with Mr. H-, an invitation to açiôoià* pany him, to Tokyo andyay hini a two fashionably dressed young Jabs, who inquired for Mr. H- Qn learning that we -were the gentle men sought for, our bags ...

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

Just tbs Traveller You Want. A realty good traveller is worth his weight in gold, or, rather, he would be if he didn't know it. That unfortunate ",if " gpsils the best traveller in the world, because the better he is the better he knows it. And tbe more cinvinced he is of being a really good traveller (an J there never was a traveller yet who had the faintest glimmer of a doubt on that point), the higher his price becomes. Now a man of very moderate ability «rants 25 per cent., all his expenses, a carriaga and. pair, three months' holiday ia tbe year, ac early partnership, his principal as a father in-law, and a few other trifling advantages. Can we wonder, then, that the really clever one wants jost a Ittle more thin any firm on earth can afford to give him 1 There is only one absolutely perfect " Com mercial " in the world, fie has every neces sary quality and attribute An industry that never tires, au energy that never flag«, a per severance that never despairs, a persistence tha...

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Ping-Pong. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

Plng-Pong. [Our tame poet, who had beeu pondering over a gigautic epic in twelve cantos, a Milton, ou the subject of ping-pong, attendefl the recent tournament in Richmond, beoamf dazed whilst endeavouring to watch the ball (though this may not be the only reasoner and returned home to rest both mind ana body. While the effects were very mach ia evidence, be composed the following, anfl dedicated it (without permission) to th] winners of the tournament : Ander irons i * Here's something that all can And that is exciting Ping Pong. There are folk who delight in the theatre, While some oft affirm it is wrong, Bat there's one game that no one finds fan]f| with Need I tell you Î 'Tis only Ping Pong. Unmindful of time or of duty, .0 Neglecting the sound of the gong, We feel we must keep at the table, Determined to shine at Ping Pong. So good-bye to all other amusements, You eau send them as far as Hong Kong, And strip us of ali recreations, 80 long as you leave us Ping Tong. Then we gire...

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RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

BEHRING PROM BUSINESS. We understand Mr. J. 8. Busby, proprietor of the Peninsula tannery, intends retiring from, business very shortly. For many years past Mr. Busby has found employment for a large number of men, and the fact that a number of his employees have been with him for over twenty years is evidence of his good mastership. , The Peninsula tannery ie replete with all the latest and up-to-date machinery, and is considered one of the best put Bide the metropolis. Mr. Gk B. Maisey, the foreman of the works, has been with Mr. Busby for 37 years, and besides having the implicit confidence of his employer, enjoys the highest respect of those under him. Other long-service employees are Messrs. C. Clifford, 27 years ; T. Boss, 26 years ; E. Douglas, 18 years ; Hugh Savage, 14 years; and J. Birch, 10 years. This is certainly a record !

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Our Member Amongst His Constituonis. AROUND THE COLO. THE BOGGY WHEENY WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

AROUND THE OOLO. THE BOGGY WHEENY'WANTS. - All drivers or cyclists in search of a mate for a ramble round any part of these salubrious Hawkesbury climes are hereby humbly offered a standing invitation to come along and see if they can pick up onr editor, who is anxious to snatch every opportunity he can to make himself acquainted with the district and its people. Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.L.A., kindly extended us, last week, the courtesy of a seat with him for a three days' trip, up the Colo river. Having heard the Colo was one of the pet parts of this ßcenic district, we were delighted to be able to take the trip on. Our member has earned quite a reputation for the unceasing care he bestows on his constituents. Both out of session and in, he is always on the job, as the saying is. A school is wanted here ; a new bridge there ; somewhere else a road needs attending to ; and so forth. And Mr. Hall is always ready to go and personally investigate the require ments. The other day he celebra...

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

MONTHLY. PAYMENTS ORDER FORM. The Subscriber should fi 1 in and cut out this form and sen 1 it with 5s. (or cheque in full; to addresi given below. Cheques to be drawn to the order of the BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALKS. To THE MANAGEB, THE '« DAILY MAIL," N.S.W. OFFICE, MUTUAL LIFE NEW YOBK BUILDINGS, P.O. BOX 1612, bYDNEY. Monthly payments to be made to the Bank of New South Wales. Only the first pay ment of 6s need be sent to the " Daily Mail." Subsequent payments to be made to the Bank of New South Wales, Sydney, or any of the Branches. 4S - f please send me the ENCYCLOPAEDIA BBITASNICA, 25 VOLS. (9th Edition)") at the prie TS named below. i <« Inclose 5s, and I agree to complete my purchase of the work as follows : g» For the OLOTH BINDINGS Thirty further payments of 12s- per Month } -g ~ For the HALF MOROOOO do do do 16s For the THßEE-QUABTfik LEVANT do do 18s. \ For the FULL M0E0000 do do do 22s J The first of these monthly payments to be made upon the delivery of the comp...

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Grosewold Public School. OFFICIALLY OPENED ON MONDAY. BY MR. B. HALL, M.L.A. A PLEASANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 18 July 1902

OFtfICIA¿¿T OPENED OK MONDAY. BY ME. B. HALL, M.L.A. A PLEASANT GATHERING. On Mondav last the residents of Grose wold assembled for the purpose of seeing a new public school opened ia their locality, and naturally every one turned out to do honor to the occasion and commemorate the event in a right royal manner. Many of our readers will no doubt be per plexed to know where Grosewold is, and for their benefit we might men tion that it is a settlement on the Kurrajong side of the district, four miles from North Richmond, in the direction of the Grose, and four miles from Grose Vale. The resi dents are not new to the place, for many sturdyorchardistsand farmers, ¡ and members of old and respected families, have resided and built com fortable homesteads there, and their successful efforts in getting a school built in their midst is an indication of their progressiveness. By-and bye Grosewold will become an im portant centre. The name of Grosewold is sugges- J tire of hills, and the site...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

"Being LEFT OUT:' A child's sorest grief is to be '"left out" when some excursion has been planned. As we grow older we suffer more calmy, but suffer keenly all the same, when we are excluded from pleasures and privileges which we sec our neighbours enjoy. There is purely no greater privilege than to have in your home the incomparable library of reference known throughout the English-speaking world as the '. Encyclopaedia Britan nica." Thousands of people are procuring for themselves this book, by virtue of a temyorary offer made by thc " Daily Mail.'! The " Encyclopaedia Britannica " has always been regarded as the rich man's book, but to-day the price is cut in half, and this half price is split up into easy instalments. A preliminary deposit of 5s. brings you the complete 25 volumes, unabridged. After that, while you are using the " Encyclopaedia Britannica," you pay for it at the rate of 12s. a month, and that means no more than Cd. a day, the mere odd coppers that you find in y...

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Now Within Reach. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

How Within Reach. The publishers of the " Encyclopedia Britannica " formerly sold the work at £37 a set, in cloth binding. The persons who wanted the book more thau they wanted £37 bought it at that price. But a great number who wanted it could not afford to give that much for it, aud did without it. Through the offices of the " Daily Mail," they now have the opportunity of buying " The Times " Reprint for less than half the original price, and in monthly insalments, and " The Times" Reprint is, in every respect, thc same as thc copies already sold at thc higher price ; it ia what booh-sellers call a new impression, not » changed edition. There has been no condensation, no abridg ment, no omission. Every word, every illustration, every map, every element,of value is preserved intact, the paper is as good, ¿he press work is as good ; there is not the most minute cheapening of the product to offset against the remarkable diminution of the price. The offer has met with marked success i...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

(To the Editor.) Sir,-Being a constant reader of your well-reported paper, I-read your account of the last meeting held at Wheeny, re the bridge. I would not be surprised if, whilst all this contention is going on, they lose both bridges. At the meeting referred to the speakers had a lot to say against Mr. Hall. And they seemed to know everything I But what they ought to koow they did not know-namely, that too many cooks spoil the broth. As far as I have observed with respect to what Mr. Hall has done for the electorate, I consider he is a marvel-for the short time he has represented us. If the electors are men of common sense, they must acknowledge that Mr. Hall is the best worker the constituency ever had. If they will only leave the one cook-Mr. Hall-to look after the broth. I niedere mv existence he will not spoil it .-I am, &c, G. E. Gumperts. Farmers' Club, Wilberforce, 21/7/02.

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END OF THE QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

END OF THE QUARTER. Last issue oí the " Hawkesbury Herald" was number thirteen, the end of the first quarter. The little bills will be reaching the subscribers in due course; and we would like to ask our frieuds not to go putting them on one side and forgetting all about the poor printers, for we have been delv ing away all this time without seeing any revenue coming in, excepting from those who have kindly paid in advance. Still, we are alive ; and that is something-these bad times ! We would be pleased to see the smil inf .faces of advance payers once more ; and" we would be doubly pleased if those who can spare it will, when re mitting, tack on a quarter in advance, or a halt-year, or a year-the more tho better. Our aim is to give patrons good value for their money. We trust they think we are doing so. Our best wishes to 'em all !

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The Public Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER IS DOING [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

The Public Wants. j WHAT OUR MEMBER IB DOING I Mt. BrUwley Hall, Member lor tàM Hawkesbury, bas kindly furnished iii with copies of departmental oorresjl Eondenoe, of which we give a digestí elow. "j ' Department of Public Works, rt several personal interviews by Mr.; Hall concerning the proposed erection of a culvert over Currency Creek, on the road from Windsor to Bull Bidge, stating that, in view of a report from the local road superintendent that an alteration of the proposed site to a position about 20ft. higher up the stream was advisable, the Munsters has approved of tenden being invited! for a high-level bridge and approaches! at the new site, at an estimated oost of £290. I Same Department, that the money! for the proposed dam on the Pitt Town] oommon would be made available as soon as the estimates were passed« Same Department, stating that £50 had been granted for a boat landing, at Wiseman's Ferry, 'opposite the cemetery, the work to be put in hand in August.. - ' -

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Windsor [?] TU[?]SDAY (Before Mr. F. F. Wilshire, P. M. and Mr. F. Campbell, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

. (Before Mrr F. B. Wilshire, P.MPI «nd Mr. F. OampbsU, J.P.) , 1^ Aquilla Haggar and Horace Hag j.-J gar were charged with notoul behaviour in Macquarie-street, Windi 3 sor, on Saturday night laet. ..ill Constable Easterbrook deposed tba] ;| on Saturday night he saw the twt'f accused rowing on the footpath it ? Ü acquarie-street. Horaoe said it wal * J a family row, and that his brothel Aquilla called bis mother impropei / names. He informed witness that he >v had a row with Aquilla, and the latte! bit bim on the finger. j - To the accused Horaoe Haggar i Saw you going round BakerVstreej corner. j To the accused Aquilla Bagger j Did not see you in holds. Did no( see you on the footpath. Constable Taaffe deposed that abou; . 12 o'clock on Saturday night he wei on duty in Macquarie-street. Thu accused Horace Hagger came aoroas from Baker-street. Constable Easter! brook asked him what the row wei about, and he replied, " Altho' l'n' í the youngest BOD, I'm not going t<| ...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

PRESENTATION. The members ot ht. Matthew a Church of England choir presented Mrs. T. Eumery (nee Miss Carroll), 1 with a handsome pair of silver salt cellars this week. Mrs. Rumery was for many years a member of the choir, and is much, respected. The Rev. S. G. Fielding made the presentation.

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