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War! War! War! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

War! War! War! Notwilh the Boers, tnt with Sydney travellers, who take your money ont of the district aai leave nothing in return. Mr. E. Brown begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Bichmond and sur rounding districts that b's has openei a first-class tailoring establishment in this town, where he is prepared to do tailoring in all its branches at prices which defy competition for cat, style, workmanship, material, ute. All work done on the [(remises. Give him a trial. Patronise ocal industry and keep the money circu lating in your own district, as he bas come tn stay among you,

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Advocate
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THE VINEYARDS. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

THE VIZARDS. (From our own correspondent.) Mr. W. Farrell has been -laid up f( several weeks with influenza,- «na is t present under the care of Dr. gibson. An endeavour is being made to get daily mail to the Vineyard Post Office What is wanted is the mail to run fron Riverstone instead of from Windsor. A meeting of the local Progress Associa tion was held last week, when severa important matters were discussed. Th< Mayor of Windsor has been written to and asked to give his assistance in having thc road between McGrath's mu ant Windsor raised, so as it can be crossed ir flood time, lt appears there is only on» place in this mile of road that require raising, and that is near the willows 01 Mr. B, Hall's farm. If this portion o: the road was fixed np a vehicle could bi taken across with safety in nine out o: ten of the floods that cross the road. Thi Association has received word to say thal the flood boats are to be placed at theil service, and they will in future enjoy £...

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WINDSOR MUNICIPA. LCOUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

TOSDSORMUNICIPA. ^COUNCIL The usual fortnightly mee. ^"S o£ tb< above body was held on \N 7oínesí*y the 22nd November. There vi Pre JWnfc~The Mayor (Alderman J. J. p<¿nfi) «nd Aldermen Fitzpatrick (sine * d& ceased), Huggins, Berckelman, Go Primrose and Wortley. COBEESPONDENCE. From F. Watling, for the third ¡time calling attention to the nuisance caused by the waterhole on the Presbyterian property. Moved by Alderman Fitz patrick and seconded, that the matter be rflft»iTfid tn th« Works Committee. Alderman Primrose wished an e station to be made of the proper) question, and that a report of the ¥ Committee in connection with earn laid on the table at the next meeting advising as to the best way of gettin¡ of the nuisance. From G. McCauley, solicitor, on bi of W. C. Barker, requesting the Coi to finally arrange what they intendei do in regard to the drain and padd and complaining at the matter havin long remained unconsidered, also ac on behalf of his c...

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WILBERFORCE. (From our own correspondents.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

WILBERFORCE. (From oar own correspondents.) Influenza is still raging here, several fresh cases are reported this week. Things are looking very much parched from the effect« of hot winds and a little rain would be welcome. Mr. Fred Daley has gone to Syd ney for a fortnight's holidays. We hope to see Fred looking his old self when he returns. A rather serions accident befel Mr. George Buttsworth on Monday last. He was driving a dray which was full of stones, and somehow fell, the wheel passed over his leg and broke it. It is feared it wUl go rather hard with him. Mrs. Hazelwood and Miss Alice returned to Granville on Thursday last, after spending a fortnight with Mrs. J. B. Buttsworth, Mrs. Hazlewood who has been very ill, seemed much improved after her holiday. Mr. Sinclair's house and contents on the Wilberforce Settlement, was burnt to the ground on Monday afternoon last. Mr. Sinclair is away in Sydney, his wife was also away from home and the children at school. It is not known h...

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MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) . ! Mrs. Angle is at present visiting her relatives in Sydney. The eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris has, I em sorry to report, been causing his parents anxiety lately through ill-health. Mr. Walter Woodbridge, who a few years ago" went to South Africa, is returning owing to the present. war bfëakmg out. Mr.1 H. H. Halls, who held religi ous meetings in Eiverstone under canvas a snort time ago, intends holding similar services at Marsden Park in the near future. . On Sunday afternoon, the Bev. H. E. A. Wilson preached his fare well sermon. General regret is felt, at the rev. gentleman's resignation, and we sincerely hope that he will soon regain health again. The Mieses Lawson and Wheaton and Mr. Witts, our local school master, have kindly consented to assist in the musical programme in connection with social and presen tation to be made to the retiring curate, the Eev. Harry A. Wilson, in St. Paul's Schoolroom, on Wed nesday evening, the ...

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Other Watches. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

Other Watches. A cricket match was played at Pitt Town on Saturday week between Oak ville and Pitt Town C.C's., which re sulted in a victory for the latter on the fir¿t innings by 24 runs. Scores : PITT TOWN-1st Innings, E. Johnson, b L. Packer ., 0 I W. Wilbow, b Everingham. 13 I Mawson, o, b Everingham .. ., 29 McBeth, c, b Everingham ... ." 4 Ern. Johnson, b Packer ... 1 Dunston, c, b Everingham. 1 E. Paull, b Everingham . 0 T. Mitchell, b Everingham. 2 L. Paull, b Everingham ... ... 2 Gates, b Packer ... 6 1 Gillespie, not out . 0 Sundries. 5 Total.63 OAKVILLE-M Innings. A. Alcorn, b Dunston . 0 L. Packer, b Wilbow. ll W. Oase, b Dunston. 2 E. Barber, b Dunston . .0 W. Barber, c, b Johnson ., 10 A. Everingham, b McBeth. 7 H. Moses, c, b Mawson ..." .. 0 W. Packer, b Mawson ... .;, 6 J. T. Páteker, b Wilbow . 0 T. Alcorn, b Mawson ... ... 0 S. Packer, not but ... ... ... 2 (Sundries ... ... ... 2 «ûtal~\J, .. . ... P PITT TOWN-2nd Innings. E. Johnston, c, b Everingham ... 4 W. "W...

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PARK VILLA V. KURRAJONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

PABK VILLA V. KÜBBAJONG. These clubs concluded their match at j Kurrajong, when the former won by SS runs. Seores : KURRAJONG. 1st Innings ... .137 PARK VILLA-1st Innings. F. Barber, c and b Sproul . 48 A. Stubbs, b Williams ... - 3 S. Tuckerman, st,, b Sproul. 12 Jack Aspery, c, b Smith . 3 J. B. James, c, b Smith . 4 Joe Aspery, b Sproul. ... 38 A. Books, c, b Sproul. 3 W. Mitchell, c, b Smith . 40 D. Woods, c, b Sproul . 18 Watkins, b Smith . 0 Kemp, not out. 2 Sundries. 4 Total... .170 Kurrajong bowling.-J. McMahon, 0 for 3 ; G. Williams, 1 for 22 ; A. Smith, 4 for 47 í F. Sproul, 5 for Gi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

PRINTING of all descriptions turned out on the Shortest Notice at the HAWKESBUBT ADVOCATE Office. LADIES ! IF YOU BE ALLY WANI FOB OHBISTMAS CHIC MILLINERY, CHOICE BLOUSES, / PRETTY DRESSES, PERFECT FITTING CORSETS, BEST VALUE IN UNDERCLOTHING, LACES, GLOVES, PARACHUTES, OR ANY OTHER LINE IN DRAPERY, Pay a Visit to D. Holland For Gentlemen WE ARE SHOWING SUITS in Tweed, Serge, and Sergerette from 13/9. NAVY STAFF SERGE TROUSERS, 3/11 per pair. LAWN TENNIS AND CRICKETING SHIRTS at 1/tl, 2/11, 8/11. FELT HATS, the Latest Shapes, Fawn, Brown, Black, &c, 2/11, 4/11, and 6/11. UNDERSHIRTS, from 8Jd. . Ties, Braces, Initial Sttk Handkerchiefs, Collars, kc, A Choice Assortment BOYS'SAILOR SUITS from 2/6. BLOUSES from 1/6. Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. SEND FOR A PRICE LIST. D.HOLLANDiCO^ Windsor and Newtown. BRITISH VERSUS BOERS. The CHEAPEST and BEST place for Boots and Shoes. Q A T iT i j&SF rrncJ"cn m RICHMOND BOOT COMPANY. THE QUALITY OF OUR BOOTS ONLY CHANGES FO...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

FREEMAN'S REACH. (From our own correspondent.) A. tennis match has been ar ranged for an early date betweec the local club end Wilberforce. Mr. Alex. Smith has dispo&ad of the whole of his stone fruit to Mr. A, A. Griffiths, of Sydney. The crop was a phenomenal one. Mr. H. Greentree's four acres of oats is the. best crop- seen here for years. It stands over eight feet high in places, and is estimated to yield about 5 tons to the acre. The potato crops along the Beach all look well, and are expected to yield heavy returns. Mr. Frank Wood has a good crop of 8 acres in, whilst Mr. W. Brewer and ad joining farmers also have large beds, which look well. Mr. A. Izzard has been credited with having discovered the cause of so much destruction among the fruit trees this season, namely, the borers. Ap. has caught several of these destructive pests, which he is keeping for experimental pur- ¡ poses. Mr. Harry Paley harvested a splendid crop of wheat during the week. Had the crop been l...

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CRICKET, Cricket Union Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

CRICKET, V Cricket Union Meeting-. A special meeting of the H.D.C.U. was held on Thursday last, at the Boyal Exchange Hotel, to enquire into a charge laid by J. Aspery, of Park Villa, against G. Haley, the late secretary of the Union. The following delegates were present : Messrs. Fitzgerald (Military), Tuckerman, Aspery (Sackville), Maguire, -Myers (Riverstone), Farlow and Gordon (Wil berforce), and Daley (Richmond). Mr. Fitzgerald was elected to the chair, after which the secretary, Mr. F. Camp bell, read the resolution passed at a pre vious meeting, convening the present one. He also read a letter received from As pery, and addressed to the Union, charg ing Daley, amongst other things, with, unfair treatment whilst he was secretary, also sending a letter away with bis (As pery's) name attached without his authority. Mr. Aspery was asked by the Chair man to substantiate his charge. In at tempting to do so he (Aspery) said he didn't think the meeting would last five minutes, and to...

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RICHMOND V. RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

EICHMOND V. RIVERSTONE. The above clubs concluded their match] at Riverstone, when Richmond won by 72 runs. Seores : RICHMOND. 1st Innings. ... 109 RIVERSTONE. 1st Innings.50 RICHMOND-2nd Innings. Waters, c 0. Maguire, b S. Maguire 6 Farlow, b S. Maguire . ll J. Mitchell, l.b.w., b Sherwood ... 21 Price, c Maguire,-* Sherwood ... 7 C. Pitt, b 0. Maguire... . 10 B. Klein, b S. Maguire . 26 Holborow, l.b.w., b M. Maguire ... 7 G. Woodhill, h M. Maguire. 0 A, Devlin, b.M. Maguire ... ... 6 H. Mortimer, not out . 0 Wood, b Maguire - . 2 Bundiies ... . 18 Total.114 RIVERSTONE-2nd Innings. Sherwood, b Klein . 20 W. Mason, b Waters. 5 S. Maguire, b Devlin. 16 Robbins, b Waters . 0 Myers, b Devlin . 3 M. Maguire, c Devlin, b Mortimer... 34 O. Maguire, b Mortimer ... *.. 0 Sheens, b Devlin . I Montgomery, not out. 13 Wiggins, b Devlin . 3 Fletcher, b Devlin ... ... .. 0 Sundries . 6 Total.101 Richmond bowling.-Waters, 2 wickets for 29 rons ; Klein, 1 for 29 ; Mortimer, 2 for 20 ; Devlin, &am...

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Union Competition Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

Union Competition Matches. The fourth set of matches in connec tion with the H. D.C. Union were con cluded on Saturday last, when Windsor easily defeated Wiilberforce, Richmond beat Riverstone, and Park Villa defeated Kurrajong. Following are the results of the matches : WINDSOR V. WILBERFORCE. This match conluded on Windsor Park, when Windsor were victorious, winning by 7 wickets and 4 runs. Scores : WILBERFORCE!. 1st Innings ... .81 WlNDSOE. 1st Innings. ... 95 i /* . WILBERFORCE-2nd Innings. k: TTarlow, run out ... '. 7 [ N. Bushell, b Bowman . 14 I J. .Bibbert, c Boss, b Rodda. 5 H.. Bowd, c Ashby, b Bowman ... I Greentree, not out . 10 I F. Bushell, c Chandler, b J. Chandler 7 Tuckerman,c Rodda, b Bowman ... 3 Kemp, c Callaghan, b Rodda ... 1 Wilbow, c Cobcroft, b Rodda ... 0 Johnston, c and b Bowman. 2 Total. 60 WINDSOR-2nd Innings. ' Bowman, c, b Bowd. 1 I J. Chandler, not out. 17 I G. Cobcroft, b Tuckerman. 17 J. W. Chandler, b Wilbow. 0 , Callaghan, not oat . 4 Sundry . 1 I...

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RICHMOND. Richmond Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

RICHMOND. Richmond Golf Club. The hut club competition for the year took place on Saturday last, when a sub scription handicap match was played, Ber. J. J, F. L. Fergusson winning, with Bev. Mr. White, second. The meeting was arranged as a farewell to Mr. B. F. Weir, who returns to his home in South Africa as soon as he bas finished his college course, about six weeks hence.' The ladies provided afternoon tea. After the match a short meeting was held. The President expressed his regret that the Club was losing so valuable a member and so good a player. A resolution was then carried for insertion in the Club Minute Book to that effect, Mr. Collett, Bev. Mr. Fergusson, and Mr. C. Lawson speaking. Mr. Weir was then elected a life honorary member of the club, and in returning thanks said he much appre ciated the kind things said of him, and for mauy things regretted he was obliged to sever his connection with the club. A vote of thanks was passed to the ladies' for their hospitality in ...

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THE TRANSVAAL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

THE TRANSVAAL WAR ? » Major Lord Edmond Talbot, & gone to South Africa. A 4nb?3;*iptioa fir the Boer 1 bee i ipjiiil aï Hivr e. Mr. S&uer, one of the Gape M christened his last child " Paul 1 Bread in London has gone penny per quartern loaf in s^nsi of the war. Four brothers, with the app; name of Battle, are with the Cole Guards. Sir Henry Elliott has been g commandant of all forces in th native territories At the morning service at a churches in London special pray use in time of war are rcad^ Many French Canadians have selected to form part of the Cai contingent for the Cape. Most of the Berlin papers comm eulogistic tones on the brayery < British officers at the battle of Glei The War Office has decided to fi camp at Aldershot with cavalry, art and line battalions from other static France is anxious to take over 1 in case of any concessions which Poi may make to England at Delagoa B Prayers were offered in all the It Catholic churches in London foi off...

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COLO. (From our own correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

COLO- - (From our own correspondent). Flying foxes are becoming very numerous in this locality, and the number of shots one hears fired every night bears ample testimony to the fact that these nocturnal visitors are not very welcome. We are getting nice weather here again now, which statement the farmers are very pleased to be able to make after having so much un settled and unseasonable weather. The orchards, crops, etc., are in a flourishing condition. Hares are very plentiful about Upper CbJo at present. Messrs. James Simmons and A. W. Blanch have been playing havoc among them on the laster gentleman's Jroperty lately. I hear that Mr. ames Jones killed two in one shot about a week ago. It appears they were both eating a J1-* « cabbage when Jim appeared _*n the scene. Mr. Jack Eather returned home from Breeza (at which place he has been shearing during the last few months) about a fortnight ago. I hear that he is just about to start building a light pleasure boat fox Mr. Charles B...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

liOCAL AND GENERAL. * A picnic is being arranged by the Oakville CO. for New Year's Day. The weather throughout this week has been very hot and op pressive. The death of Dante the Great took place at Dubbo yesterday morning. The thermometer has registered over 100 degrees in the shade for the last three days. HELD OVEB.-Ebenezer, Sack ville, and Fortland items, also part of Cornwallis news. A meeting of the Sackville Beach Christian Endeavor Society was held on Wednesday evening last. Mr. R. Turnbull, of Wilberforce, lias been seriously ill with inflam mation of the lungs during the week. A great many of the straw crops Around Wilberforce have been cut during the week, and are at present drying, ready to be harvested. Tenders are invited in thisissue for additions to the teacher's resi dence, and for the painting and re pairs to the Wilberforce Public Schoo}. Complaints are being made by residents living in the vicinity of the Scotch burial ground, who complain of the odor arising t...

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MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

' MAILS. Mails close at Windsor for Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Riverstone, 6-30 a.m..3.«pm. Wiseman's Ferry-Monday, Weeinea -day, Friday, noon; also Tuesday and Friday, 9 p.m. Pitt Town, Wilberforce, Sackville Reach 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, 3.45 p.m.

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Ghosts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

Ghosts. OUR friends from Blayney are com-1 plaining of the presence of a ghost, or some such supernatural being ia their chief mine. The men, we are told, hear strange noises, bells ring rag, einging, groaning, etc. ; miners going below Lave their candles blown out by supernatural beings, and they feel something brushed passed them. Ever since the world began there have been ghosts and rumours of ghosts, but their actual existence have never been proved in a court of law. There is an old saying that1 where there is much smoke, there is sure'to'be some fire, and Hamlet, who was himself the son of a ghost, is reported to have said to a friend "there are more things ia Heaven and earth, than are dreamt of in your philo» sophy,*' Very few* .pf, us believe ghosts, but most of 'us. have some sort of mysterious awe of the unknown possibility, and the un fortunate part -of iii is that i» im to catch' ghosts, you can I put a bullet thrqifgh theta, but it nbt hurt, and when grabbing r throat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

XMAS! CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ! . . . NEW YEAR GIFTS Î J. C. Horn HAS the * BEST SELECTION of JEWELLERY, PLATE, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, VASES, ORNAMENTS, PURSES and POCKET BOOKS, PRAYER BOOKS and BIBLES, GIFT BOOKS, TOY BOOKS, BIRTHDAY BOOKS, PIPES, CIGAR & CIGARETTE CASES, PERFOMERIE, 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 PRINTSfrom2/6perdozen,ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS, PIQUES? BROWN & WHITE LINEN, PLAIN AND FIGURED ALPACCAS. a OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT IS STILL IN CHARGE OF Miss Long. Late of Farmer and Co's, WHO GIVES EVERY SATISFACTION IN FIT AND STYLE. T. LOBB, GEORGE. STREET, WIN*DSpR. STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STORES and "KEEP THE MONEY IN TEE DISTRICT." FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MARKET viz., "THE ECONOMIC." EVERYBODY* Send Tour Orders Along. We are Waiting For Them DICK BROTHERS, ECONOMIC STORES, Windsor. D....

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In Search of Gold. By the Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER III.—A DOUBTFUL EPISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 1 December 1899

In Search of Golû: By the Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER HI.-A DOUBTFUL EPISTLE. (Continued). Violet's eager look of pleasur* gradually changed to one of amaze xnent as her eyes skimmed the con' tents of the short epistle. '.What a funny letter ! ' she ex claimed, with a frankness that bott mother and sister resented, thougl it exactly expressed their o wi views. 'Why, it tells nothing ai all ! He meant to come home, bu! he couldn't-why couldn't he? He'< sorry, but it can't be helped-whj can't it? lie'll write again whee he has time-why hasn't he time now ? He hopes to write soon tc Violet-Violet's much obliged tc him ! And the paper and writing remind me of nothing so much asa little drummer-boy's I once saw framed in an old woman's cottage, which was supposed to have been written on a battle-field. But Cecil never wrote that! I'll tell you what-it's a hoax-just a clever hoax-cor a practical joke played on Cecil by one of his friends, or else by Cecil on us! He me...

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