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

A REMARKABLE CURE Case of rn>. S, JÓNE8. (FOB TBE "fiCByEPAN T«TB8.? Thoso who move out of their even course with the object of ameliorating the condi tions of certain sections of humanity are deserving of praise for their laudable endea vours, aud when ardent enthusiasts prepare the way for the carrying out of their ideas, a reporter's presence is always essential in the interests of the public. Thus our special found his way to No. 202 Walker street, Redfern, where Mrs. Eliza' eth Jones was interviewed concerning the following facts : "After a severe attack of low fever," said airs. Jones, " I was left in a very weak con dition. At that time, which is now about dfteen years ago. I was living iu Pyrmont, .»nd although the weather was intensely jiot, I used to sit aud shiver as though it «ere midwinter. Sometimes a thrill of heat .*n through my body, closely followed by a jold sensation which made me bhuddei »gui», for three week-. I could only lake a ,'Iass of wine and a biscuit...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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Steeplechase. UNITY GETS HIS NECK BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

Steeplechase. I UNITY GETS HIS NECK BROKEN. The Sydney Hunt Club's Point-to-Point Steeplechase took place at Boxhill, near Riverstone, on Saturday, when nine horses started, all of which, with the exception of larry, were ridden by their owners. The result was a victory for Mr. J. Fitzimmons' Byrock,'with Mr. C. Terry'? Larry (Mr. G. Hunter) second, and Mr. G. Terry's Bon Ton third. The other starters were Quondong, Barney, Unity, Orphan Boy, Mercadool, and Tat ta. The start was from Boxhill House, over a distance of three miles and a half, in which SO fences had to be encountered. Tatta and Quondong were first to establish a ked, and showed the way over the initial fence. Coming to the first road double Larry and Quondong baulke J, but Larry got over at the second time of asking. Barney and Mercadool were in charge at the secoud double, and wheeling to the right, the field encountered the stiffest double of the day. The first double stopped Quondong, Orphan Boy, and Tatta, while Ba...

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LO[?] GENERAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 25 July 1902

batohee from Kurrajong tri future, I Some Kurrajongists still continue to libel us over that affair we alluded to last issue. They err. But, then, "to err is human!" They will not believe us ; but we suppose we will have to forgive them. late is too short to be keeping up a row ! " A Trip to the Land of the Bising SUD," Mr. J. fi. Mitchell's interesting serial, will be missed this issue. We ran out of " copy." It will continue j in our next. E. A. Pye has opened a splendid assort ment of tissue paper, all colours, Pd pe dozen.* Mr Alfred Banger's big property and stock sale takes place at the Royal hotel sale yards to-morrow, commencing at ll a.m. Read his advertisement in this issue. Mr. J. H. Eagles is promoting a handicap pigeon match of £5 to be shot for in Farlow's paddock, Wind sor, on Saturday, August 9. For particulars see advt. A billiard tournament is being arranged at Mr. Robert's room, and a big entry is expected. Two children of Mr. Ebenezer Johnston, of (Sackville Reac...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1,1902. THE HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

WJXDSOR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1,1902. THE HAWKESBURY AGRICUL TURAL COLLEGE. A party of fourteen-mostly far mers and orchardists-spent all day yesterday making an exhaustive in spection of the Government experi ment farm. And a most instructive outing it proved. The pity is that such opportunities of enlightenment are not availed of more than they are. Our college is a famous one. It is looked upon all over the Commonwealth as the best of them - all. And from all parts of the Commonwealth visitors come to in-j epect it. But, strange to say, a big percentage of the people of our own district-the people for whose bene fit 6iich institutions are established -have never been through it them . selves Whyî Is it because they are prejudiced on the utility of the college 1 A visit would remove that prejudice. More than one acknow ledged yesterday that he had pre viously "looked sideways" on the college, but that the inspection had " changed his tune." ft it through want of thought 7 Then the settl...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven years, the manage ment of thc Cyclorama decided to replace " Jerusalem " by re-erecting the masterpiece of Cycloramic Art, the " Battle of Gettys burg,'' which caused so much excitement here some years ago. For the last four years America and Europe have been searched for a scene fit, to replace Jerusalem and follow Gettysburg," but nothing could be found that would not suffer too much by com» parison. A South African e-ene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being cxpresred by Cyclorama visitors to see Gettysburg again, it was determined-as nothing equal to it in any pirt of the world could be found - to re? erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city will, after recent eveutj,<> find a special interest in seeing what war" really means. The management have added a mort facinating novelty to the Hall of: Illusions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph films, make up ...

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The Public Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

=====-j The Public Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER IS DOING. Mr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the Hawkesbury, has kindly furnished us with copie3 of departmental corres pondence, of which we give a digest below.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

SYDNEY MARKETS. 1 Thursday. I As usual at the end of the month business was quiet in most depart ments of the Sussex-street produce markets during the morning. About 120 bales of lucerne were reoeived at the Hunter Biver Go.'s wharf. This supply consisted largely of soft green samples, which sold at £6 10s to £7 per ton. Suppl es under offer proved ample for existing wants, and prices remained unaltered. Wholesale prices are : Wheat, 4/4 to 4/5; bran, 1/4$; pollard, 1/4 ; maize, 4/11 to 5/- ; oaten hay, £5 to £7; chaff, £3/10/- to £6/7/6; oats, 3/2 to 3/7; straw, £2/15/- to £3/10/-; lucerne, £8/5. to £8/10/- ; bacon, 8jd to lOd per lb; peas, grey, 4/8 to 7/- per bushel ; butter, 1/4 to Ï/6 ; potatoes, £6 to, £8; turnips, £4/17/6 to £5 ; honey; 3d 4d per lb ; lard, 8d to 9d per lb ; eggs, 1/- to 1/2 ; fowls, 3/- to 4/-; ducks, 3/- 4/- ; turkeys, 5/- to 12/; footwood, 12/- ; bakers' 8/- 10/- ; billet, 6/- to 7/6, An improved amount of business was reported in the city markets this mor...

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COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. ] The following prices are ruling] locally :-Maize 5/ per bushel ; chaff £6 to £6 10/ per ton ; lucerne hay] £7 to £7 10/; pollard 1/6 per bushel; j bran 1/6 ; potatoes £6 to £7 per ton ; ! wheat 5/ per bushel ; oats 4/ ; oaten] hay £7 per ton ; straw £3 10/ ; blue peas 6/ to 7/ per bushel ; Yorkshire! peas 8/ to 10/ ; eggs 1/3 to 1/4 per| dozen. The following prices were realised] at Mr. J. B. Johnston's markets this] week ;-Maize 4/10 to 5/3 per bushel if e hay li to 7/6 mi per pair] geese 5/6 to 6/6$ «now. to 5/3; suckers 4/6 to 6/; beef 2| to 6£d per lb ; pork (fresh) 4£d téj 6d ; cauliflowers 2/ to 6/ per dozen $ cabbage 1/ to 4/ ; potatoes 5|6 to % per cwt ; pumpkins 2/ to 4/ per] dozen. Fruit and sun dries at satis factory prices.

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Windsor [?] SUS[?] AND HOME MIS[?]TON [?] ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

On MoniîayxvèpIngîÂ^uUo ro|ftt-" ing -was he'd in the church] when 'pta attendance was a fairly large our; The Rev J. \\T. Winspear occupied the chair, and the Bov U. Dinning; who was Appointed a« a deputation from the above society, wan present. Alter a hymn WAS «un/ and prayer offered, the Kev. B Dinning gave ¿n eloquent ani interesting address re garding tho earnest anóSfaitliful work being carried on by »he Society. The conditions of drought, prevailing lo an almost unprecedented degree, accounted for a large deficit on the working accounts of the dependent circuits than was reported last year. Tito income of the Society from voluntary sources was, however, largor tliau for the past few yeats, He expressed his pleasure at being present among his old Windsoi friends, and also to meet the Kev. Mr, Winspear and to renew bis recolleo tiona of years ago. The address wai interspersed with amusing anecdotes and was thoroughly intellectual anc interesting Miss Emily Lane sang in splendi...

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A NEW ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

A NEW ROAD. From Landa Department, refer ring to letter applying, on behalf of the Upper Colo and Wheeny P.A., for a road from site of proposed new wharf at Upper Colo to main road along river bank, stating that the Public Works Department had not advised this Department of any de cision with regard to the erection of the proposed wharf, and that the information would be forwarded for the information and consideration of that Department.

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A Wise Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

A Wise Suggestion. A Riverstone correspondent writes : -" Riverstone has just received a lamp from the Government for their railway gates, which, although a seemingly small item, has been wanted for a long time. This pro* gressive township has also a Progress Association of enlightened men, who have or are about to ask the Go vernment for £500 for a public park, and are interesting themselves in several other very important matters in connection with their town. There is another small matter that might-when time is available receive their attention, and which is almost under the benevolent raye of their new lamp. The Railway Department removed the unsightly fence that ran across the station yard, so that vehicles might come in from any point, but since then the road to the meat works has been built so high that it is almost as bad as the late fence. Traffic, unless very light, has to go round nearly to the Post Office, and the embankment offers a splendid chance for serious accident...

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WIFE MAINTENANCE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

WIFE MAINTENANCE Ellen Hayman Bought to obtain from George Hayman a renewal of a maintenance order. Tlie order had only expired a week before. Defendant said he was doing the best he could for her. He had a home for ber, and if only she would come to it, he was willing to keep her. Plaintiff said she would not go home to him. In answer to a question, defendant admitted the marriage. Plaintiff went into the box and stated she had a previous order «gainst her husband for 5s. a week. That order had now expired. Had been left for the last seven days willing to go back to her husband. Had not resided with him since last order was made. She would not live with him because he was too wicked and too cruel, and used to curse and swear before the phildren and go on with dirty talk. He did not treat them as he ought ; and he had threatened to take her life, aud it was not safe to live with him. He cut wood for a living. Didn't know how much he earned. She asked for 5s. a week. By defendant : S...

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Tennis. WINDSOR S.P.S. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

Tennis. WINDSOR S.P.S. CLUB. - For some weeks past Miss Marden, Miss McDonald, and Miss Gosper, teachers of the local Superior Public School, have been busy organising a tennis club. They succeeded in securing a good membership. A meeting was held on Monday after noon, 21st inst. Mr. Davis was voted to the chair. Mies Sutherland was elected secretary, and Miss Macintosh treasurer. Huies were drawn up for the guidance of the club, and it was decided to answer a challenge from Marsden Park, and request a later date than the one proposed be fixed for the match. On Wednesday after noon the court was formally opened by the Mayoress, Mrs. J. J. Paine, and a pleasant afternoon was spent. Three exciting sets were played, 1 when afternoon tea was handed round, and the party dispersed at dusk. Following are the results :- j Miss Holland and Mr. Podmore v. Mrs. Paine and Mr. Broughton, 6-0. Miss Boyd and Mr. Boss v. Miss Marden and Mr. Webster, 6-4. Miss Gosper and Mr. Podmore v. MisB Holland ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

Richmond . Boot . . Com nany. H. R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Great SALE OF FOQTW NOTE THE PUCES OF A FEW LEADING LINES i Ladies' Eil Lace Shoes, 2/11 Ladies' Eid Button Shoes, 4/11 Canvas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slipper*, 6d Kid Lace Boots, 7/11 Blucher Boots, 3/11 Cossacks, 6/6 Gents' Beal Calf Boots, 8/11 Gents' Tweed Bale, 5/11 Boys' Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY STYLE. WE ARE THE. BOOT PEOPLE TEA! TEA!! TEA.!! Try One Pound of our 1 ld. Tea equal to lea Sold at ls. 6d. per lb. Save your Money and Shop at tîie. Richmond Boot Coi). H. R. S. DYER, MANAGER M ASS EY-H AR RIS HIGH-GRADE F AHM MACHINERY. f Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Bide Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Scufflers-various sizes and styles Plows-all sises and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue ...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 3. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

Church Sonrióos. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. 8. G. Fielding. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. J. Howell-Price. St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. The Vineyards, 8 30 p.m., Mr, F. Simons. North Richmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 3. Confirmation Service. Preacher, the Arch bishop. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 8 ani 10 ; Evening Devo- j tiona, 7 o clock. Rev. B. McDonnell. Richmond, Mass, 9 ; Evening Devotions, 7.30. Rev. M. E. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. M. Myers ; 7, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Richmond, ll, Rev. J. W. Win spear ; 7, Mr. M. Myers. North Richmond, il, Mr. A, Williams. Kurrajong, 2.30, Mr. A. Williams. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. M. Myers Hawkesbury College, Ö, Rev. J. W. Winspear. Sackville, ll, Mr. E. Reckless ; 7, Rev. J. Colweil. Lower Portland, 2.30, Rev. J. Colwell. Colo, 2.30, Mr. H. Waiker. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr, W. Walker. St. Albans, ll, Mr. J. Walker ; 7, Mr. A. Walker. Mogo, 2.30, Mr. A. Walker. Aboriginals' Mission, ll an...

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A WONDERFUL SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

A WONDERFUL SIGHT. ' It is difficult to understand fully 1 the terrible turmoil of battle and the awful havoc of war, without having 1 some personal experience of campaign ing. Pictures and illustrations give a very fair idea, but when the artistic work is combined with actual objects from the battlefield, as in the case of the Cyclorama, a marvellously true presentment is obtained. The Sydney Cyclorama Company has lately taken down the scene of Jerusalem, and re placed it with that of the Battle of ' Gettysberg. This has been erected with such artistic ability that the on looker cannot tell where the real 1 objects end or the picture begins. It ÍB this splendid artistic effect which gives to the Battle of Gettysburg that realism and makes it a thing of life. To us in Australia to-day, a scene like this speaks with stirring interest, for bj it we caa understand something of , what our own brave boys have ex perienced in fighting for our empire. Any of our readers going to the city w...

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DOG REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

DOG REGISTRATION". , The season for registering dogs is approaching, and we beg to inform 1 our numerous readers that their canine 1 pets can be registered at the ' "Hawkesbury Herald" Omeo for \ 2s. 9d. each. Forms for registration may olso be obtained.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

THE STOREKEEPERS, RICHMOND. Prices Cheaper than Et>er ! Tri) a Flutter this Week I Light Yellow Sugar, 2d. lb. ; Pure Chins, Sang Mee Tea,, ls lb. ; Finest Plantation Mocha. Coffee, ls 6d; French Coffee, ls 6d; Crown Soap, 5d per bar; Lexia Raisins, fd lb. ; Candles, 5d, 6d, and 7d lb. ; Corned Beef, llb. tins, 7d ; 21b., ls ; Sardines, qr. lb., 3d tin ; Vinegar, in bulk, 5d quart ; etc., etc., etc. DRAPERY. Cheapest House in the District.

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MILITARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

MILITARY. The Windsor Half-Squadron of Lancers parade to morrow afternoon in Farlow's paddock, There will be a parade of " A " Windsor Company, 3rd Infantry Regiment, in the Park to-morrow, at 3.30 p.m. The new In fantry training will be the drill." The mem bers of the company are also having a smoke concert to-night at thc ba'racks.

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[?] Win[?] Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

1' I, J'Vi Jl>¡ [ntjK^lh l\)^h I wt, The Mayor (Miy^^ni^m^m the chair, and j,Uerc were {ireeeut-Àltf, fean, PriiÄrosp, J. T, Couper, Berckelman, Taylur, and Hannabus. " ' "' "* COEBrePOKDEKCK. From the Department cf Landp, through Mr. B. Hall. M.L.A., statiog tbe clearing of allotments, 18 to 22, as a*kct for by the Council, meant unwarranted expense. Letter received. From the Secretary of the Public Works Committee stating that Thursday next would be a convenient day for tbe deputation re snagging of South Creek, to wait on the Minister, and fixing the appointment .for noon. Àld. Berckelman thought it would be wise if the Member for the district was asked to use bis influence in having an officer from the Department sent up to inspect the Creek before the deputati >p went to Sydney, AU. Dean was of ¿he same opinion. If a request was made, and an officer sent up to report, it would be more sititfaciory to the deputation and aWo to the townspeople. The suggestion was worth tryi...

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