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

AN ANNANDALE REPOl Tilt Sue of H[r. IJ. G. 8NAV (BY A XEPOBTE*.) It may serve to extricate some from confusion if ve give an axil statement which was lately made special reporter by Mr. Randolph G Shaw, of No. 5 View-street, Annanda' " A few years ago," said Mr. Sha went in for cycling a great deal-mor was good for me, I believe, as exe exercise occasions more physical defect most people are aware of. Hut, so my own experience goes, I know that rna considerable harm, for I became pletely run down in health, my dig organs being greatly upset, and my ni system broken up. When I was doll lightest of work my nérvea wera shaky, while at tintes they wera j unsteady if I sat down and did no which «uited me better than workioj had no energy or disposition to do any digest." "What symptoms of indigestion dil experience t " asked the reportar " I used to feel as if the food had del in my stomach, and resolved itsell nothing but wind. It was an uucomfoi sensation, to say the least of it ; bi c...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Herald
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End of the [?] Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

There Ul un end to everything,TT ito «MI Une of the «D$i\TlMirwM '.EncyclopajJla Britannica '' -&»nl¡H I material things. " 'sffl I The publishers announce in ourisiffl] day the final withdrawal of this offer fl South Wales on August 2n I (to nfl We understand thc sale to have fl most su cessful one, owing of couraefl popularity and well-known merits fl book itself which has been < flared fl the publisher's prices, on easy terms fl] ment, and immediate delivery from Sfl A contract hug existed between fl Times "of London which owns the ffl of the *' Encyclopaedia Britannica "fl e. ition 9th, and " Daily Mail," wherefl latter was permitted to make a fl distribution of this great reference wfl Australia. Each subscriber receives afl (2 ¡th) Volume entitled " A Handbfl systematic readings, in the ' Ensyclfl Britannica.' " This Volume has latelfl added to the work and greatly enhanfl value to all who possess this incompfl reference work. Only those who act afl can now ...

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REDUCED FREIGHTS ON FIREWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

REDUCED FREIGHTS ON FIRE- j WOOD.   From the Office of the Railway Commissioners, re interview with the Chief Commissioner in regard to the above question, stating that the matter has had special considera tion, and regretting that the existing rate, which is a reasonable one, can not be reduced.

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PUMP AT RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

PUMP AT RIVERSTONE.     From Public Works Department, in reply to letter relative to the   proposed erection of a pump at Riverstone, giving information that the sum of £8 10 was paid into the Head Office of the Bank of N. S. Wales on the 14th instant to the   public account of Messrs. William Lobb, A. Nelson, and Rumery, as trustees of the pump, and that they   were advised of the action on the same date.

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Sportsman of [?] Past. WINDSOR [?]TIES. THE M'QUADES AND OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

(By " Haysápln " Brwrtamwó.??) Windsor, on the Hawkesbury, has, a sporting' past, of which the' inhabit antB^of lhajiow sleepy-«ld town are j somewhat proud. You cannot throw a stone in Windsor without hitting a sportsman past or present, or the off- ~ spring of one. And by sport I do I not mean horse racing only, for from j the day that Governor Macquarie changed its name from the Green Hills to Windsor, the district has been noted for sport of every description. In the early days it had its own pugilist, a champion, in the person of j Jack Kable, who beat the champion Chalker. Then there were the brothers Joe and Harry Teale, of , Wilberforce, who, we are told, could lick anything on two legs, and did with the exception of Frank Norris, who was a heavier man, and con sequently had an advantage. I am told that they never met inside a stake and rope ring, but that out df a little personal jealousy they had a scrapping match on one occassion, when friends Interfered before much blood...

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

mw MAIL »^mtmm-4imtMßf^owjit»m fji " «Ser ía New vonm wales, we nero ont wsw io «aa io www* wo »»ve already said tn these columns. We believe the announcements heretofore made bare folly explained our novel offer. We have heen In receipt of many lette": of enquiry, however, .{rom persoM who deslíe still fuller information, and to these we have replied :- ,> (1) The foll 26 volumes are forwarded immediately on receipt of the order, or within 24 to 86 hours. Stock is carried tèmpwàrUyin^fiydneyr (i) Subscribers pay carriage cost from Sydney only. The freight charges to any port in New South Wales from Sydney for a set of the books can be ascer tained at nearest railway station, or steamship office. (A) The books weigh 2101b, and are carefully packed in London in a einc-uned or tar-paper lined case. The book-case weighs about 851b, birt being bulky the carriage U about 60 per cent in excess of that of a set of books. It is set up ready for ase. (4) Books are forwarded upon the f...

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FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

FREEMAN'S REACH. A special general meeting of the Freenrnn's Reach Progress Associa tion was held in the srhoul-hall on Thursday eveniug last -week. The president, Mr. J. W. Karlow, J.P., occupied the chair. Several matters were dealt with Mr. Hilton Clarke was elected secretary, vice Mr. Lines resigned. It was decided that Messrs. J. W. Furlow and G. Mcuolle, J's.P., hhould uttrview Mr. Ii. Hall, M.f., with a view of having the road from Freemau's Reach to Windsor im proved, as it is in a bad state. Mr. S. Smith bas almost finished covering the surface of his orchard with soil taken from the bed of what was Bushell'e Lagoon. A good number of cattle about here have died lately. Mr. Albert Greentree last week re ceived a nasty sprain of one ol' his ankles. lt was no severe that he became verj ill, but, under the care ot br. Cbllaghan, he is again improving. A lot of pilfering has been going on lately. Mr. Lawson Smith was relieved ut a small quantity of lucerne b«y. Mi. Hil &...

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

to retido on Un, doto Jones's f»m at Upper Colo, << Mr. Luther Everingham is now working the farm belonging to Mr. H. Jones, and which adjoins that of Mr. John Blundells. Some of the local farmers have commenced ploughing their maize lands Others say they will have to wait for more rain, as their land is exceedingly hard just under the sur face. WADE'S WORM FIGS, the wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective, ls. boxes* The river water is again becoming drinkable after its prolonged interval of saltiness. Some of the local lads have been trying their hands at " the good old game of football" lately. I am in formed that they intend getting a team together to " have a go" at either the Windsor Hovers or Juniors-which ever ia the best team in that ancient borough-at an early date. Football is a new thing in Colo ! There are, however, several big, burly specimens of humanity in this locality who, with a little practice, would take a bit of stopping. Mr. J. Mayk...

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

Gash Stores, GEORGE-STREET, WINDSOR. W. PENDERGAST HAVIKG BOUGHT OUT DICK BUR ROWS' WELL-KNOWN STORE, Begs to Solicit a Goi]tinuation -OF THE LIBERAL PATRONAGE HITHERTO ACCORDED THE OLD ESTAB LISHMENT. General Stores, j Bacon and Cheese. ANDERSON'S GARDEN SEEDS. 1 COLONIAL TOE MERCHANT. CLEARANCE SALE ! ! OP Surplus Winter Stock, REDUCTIONS FOR 14 DAYS ONLY GRIM WOOD'S BARGAINS -IN Manchester, Howelwld Drapery, Blankets, Dresses, Hosiery, Mens $ Boys' Clothing, Boots and Shoes. ¿I«* Balance oí Groeerg AT WHOLESALE PRICES. A. ORI M WOOD'S CASH STORES, maw ROYAL . . HOTEL, WINDSOR. TSE KEJOOCJUSTISHD HOHQ OS1 . . . TOTJBISTB ... FITZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, GEQBGE-STBEET. WINDSOB. 4. ti. EAGLES, Proprietor. CENTRALLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Sept. Appointed Reception House to the N. 8. Wales League of Wheelmen Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Beer» in stock. BEST BILLIARD BOOM I» TOWN« FURNITURE. FURNITURE ...

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H. C. A. Association. [?]NUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

pilon. MEETING OF MBU. BERá. ON OF OFFICERS. joe annual meeting of the abor* ooiation wes held on tho show ipd on Friday afternoon last B. Hall, M.L.A. (president) ipied the chair, and the following oners were present:-Hon, W Iker, Rev. J. Howell-Price, anc «rs. P. H. Ridge, G. E. Woodhill, H. Street, J. Lamrock, A. D, der, H. Dunston, J. H. Johnston, H. Gow, A. Tuckerman, J. J. ne, P. H. Holland, J. B, Johnston, Jushell, J. Hall, A. J. Farlow, J. tors, J. W. Farlow, J. Dickson, Stevenson, F. Nicholls, S. Cox, Mitohell, R. A. Pye, G. D: Wood, Cobcroft, J. Devlin, H. Farlow, Davis, T Gow, H. Collins, G. bolls, G. Greentree, H. Klein, J. rien, A. Benson, H. Stevenson, Stevenson, H. Skuthorp, R. fier, A. Mottram, J. Hull, S. Gow, G. Percival, 0. Devlin, P. Rey Is, B. Conlon, W. H. Pacey, J. y, R. Skuthorp, F. Campbell, H. Potts, J. T. Town, P. Beveridge, f. Riemenschnieder, S. Boughton, W. Collison, and C. S. GueBt rotary). he Chairman formally introduced H. W. Potts, Principal of the ...

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

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, fr m:i<k WISHES to return .his Sincere Thanks to his Richmond and Kurrajong Patrons for their esteemed favor» at such incon ven iencc to themselves by coming to Wind sor, and has much pleasure in ia t ¡mating that he has now OPENS D A SHOP in RICH MOND, with a Stock most com plete and up-to date in all branches, which he intends sell ing at PlilCES THAT WILL DEFY COM pim H ON. HOUSE KUGSi Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit. SPECIAL LINKS in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. CALL AND INSPECT. raia. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Gröps. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & 00., 81 PITT - STJRE ET, STDNBT. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE &. COLLISON, GCORGB - ST., WIIVDSOK, BEG to announce to the Residents of the Hawkesbury District that it is j their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS aa Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose o...

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A Trip to the Laqd of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XII. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

A Trip to tlie Laqd of Hie Hising Sun. [BY J. li. MITCHELL.] (For the " Herald.") , XII. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). We arrived at Sbiba Park after a fifteen minutes' ride through the streets teeming with busy people. The population of Tokyo is given as 1,943,000 in 1898 in Murray's, from i which I gain my information. This includes the fifteen districts in which it is divided As we were being trundled along I noticed many attractive-looking shops. I should have liked to linger and examine the curios, brocades, and an infinity of other dainty wares, but this must be left for another day ; so skirting the moat and the high granite walls surrounding the Emperor's Palace, we reached the gateway leading to the Temple Stokonsha. The arch way here is curious and of great height, and constructed of bronze pnd fornio=-an imposing entrance to the Shrine-which was erected to the memory of those killed in $§tj¡le atíd others who Jmve raiue^ ^'^^-''^t^'-wfââi^lii flaûlEë'd ion each side by magnifice...

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

# Surgeon Dentist," BUMMM mite, Silver, Platinum and Gold. Fit, beauty and natural appearance . fitted without any pain whatever.and without tue extraction of stumps Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. All Dental Work being DONK ._ B PEBMI8BS, repairs of all kinds «an be executed at short notioe. IJCTATIOKS FBBB. TEE DBUG DEPARTMENT will be found thoroughly ap-io-date and replete with .all the necessary appliances tor the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with .couracy and despatch. Tour Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Host Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles ia all Shades. ' J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND, Mr. John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for Kew South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Mr. E. (Joley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, Ac. WM. WALKER, Commissioner for Affidavits. ROBERT BBOCE WALKER. Commissioner for Affi...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

RIFLE SHOOTING. The eeconcTday 's prize shooting in connec tion with "A" Windsor Company BifieClub for September quarter, took place on Satur day Inst at tbs local range. Following are the principal scores : 600yds 600, ds Tl. Corporal Gilbert ... 30 35 C5 Captain Paine. 32 81 63 Private A. Mellish ... 30 33 63 Piivate W. Mellish ... 30 29 59 Color-Sergeant Hannabus Si 22 66 Staff-Color-Sergeint Duke 23 31 54 Private A. Butler ... 28 24 62 Private P. Molloy .. 15 34 49 At SOOyda. Corporal Gilbert made thc pos sible, and at 500yds. Color-Sergt. Hannabus made 34 ont of 35. We herewith give their targets : COLOB-SEEGT. HANNABUS'S TABGET. CoEPOBAL GILBERT'S TABGET. The following scores were made by the members of the W.C.ll.C. on Wednesday afternoon last : BOOyde 600yds TI. J. W. Chandler. 29 28 67 J. Hull. 26 29 66 W. I. Perry . 26 28r 64 W. Mortley ... SO -21 "61 J. Eagles. 21 29 60 fi. Sandoz v. 25 25 50 A. E. Farlow ." ... 27 21 48 B. Dyer .. ... 29 18 47

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Annual Military Ball. "D" RICHMOND COY., 3RD. INFANTRY REGT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

Annual Military Ball. "D" EIC; INF D COY,, 3RD, YEEGT. tained their friends .st the annual bail in the Bichmond School of Arts. The function was a success in every sense of the word, and the committee are to be complimented in having everything eo well arranged. The scene was a particulary brilliant one, the hand some costumes of the ladies and the military uniforms worn adding con siderably to the effect.. The Bich mond company of veterans are so enured to the ornate carrying out of their annual re-unions that it goes without saying that everything con nected with the hall was tip-top. The ball-room was dressed with flags in true military fashion, and no garrison hall or naval flag room could have looked prettier. . The - lamps - delicately shaded - shone over a brilliant gathering of hmdsome women and truly martial men, and bright eyeB gleamed response to j heroes' glances aa Miss Elsie wiggins s j band of three performers turned the dullest-footed into a fairly waltzer, eo delici...

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

HAWKESBURY STORE AND BAKERY. FIRST PRIZE FOR BREAD At the HAWKESBURY SHOW for TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION against All-comers. The Bread at this Establishment is Manufactured upon the Laestt Possible Up-to-date Improvements. . Orders for Small Goods Promptly / ttended to. Dione but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. JOHN DILSTON, PROPRIETOR. WILLUM POPE, MANAGER, The Dunston-Pope Fruit Co. THLBjPHOilSrE 1385- BOX C3-.3P.O. QT Consignments Received. Oases Supplied. Communications Solicited Account Sales, &o., Rendered Promptly 8HIPS' SUPPLIES & OEDEE TRADE A SPECIALTY. Wooster's. fie, 3 BONEDDST & BLOOD« for OaU, Barley, Cabbages, etc. No. 0 SPECIAL PEA dc TUEN IP MANUEE. No> 5 BAW BONEDUST, the best for Grapes and Oranges, io good condition. No. T COMPLETE FERTILIZER, for Passions, Strawberries, Potatoes, etc. PUKE STEAMED BOKE DUST, GENERAL PURPOSES .BONEDDST, NITROGENOUS MONBDUST, BRIGID BLOOD (Dessicated and Sun-dried}, D...

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

FOR SALE. BISA Ul I FUL BAY M AUK, 17 inoniks. Broken to Saddle, Splendid Action, by Trotting Sire. No 'doubt will prove E WON DEB. .Apply ALFBED RANG KB. FOR SALE. SPLENDID KN FIRE, by Lord Lyon, 3 year-old. Inspection invited. ALFRED BANGER. A musical Eiitertaipent - WILL BB GIVES In tne School of Arts, Windsor, -OK THE Evening of Friday, 1st August, By thsChiliren of thc Presbyterian Sun day School, io aid of toe Library eal Prize Fund. let Part- Cantata, " THE PICNIC," com prising Part and Action SoDgs. 2nd Pait-Flor il Marok and Tableaux. TICKETS, la ; BESERVED SEATS, lt 61. , Doors open. T.30 ; to commence at 9. ... ke»bury AgricTyjtoral OoJ] consented to LEÜIUÍHLon < SUBJECT in the Richmond School Wriúay, 8th AT 8 P.M. ISt; O» will be THE LECTURE, which Wft| ing as well as highly instep illus tinted jby Limelight Vie**, t Çr. As ibis is the Firefcpof a^fopoäed per|ef^<0f pinter Lectures Jibe Committee .eartipstly irif ite all to interest themselves in ^'...

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THAT BRIDGE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

TffÂT BRIDGE 1 JNr |x<pN|°è*1| |: teTn reply to tb&t inordinately 4eng^y^iSîJ§MpeftWJîi^; BrHalî, and appearing in laft week s " Herald." I paBB over Mr. Hall's remarks upon the large subject of what constitutes Parliamentary etiquette; and trust that in future, before that four-and-twenty hours' Parliamentarian sets out to teach bis brethren, he will soek to make himself conversant with the subject upon which he treats. The man who seeks to teach others must himself know first *, and I have yet to leam that Mr. B Hall has acquired even the slightest knowledge of Parliamentary practice and usage. Becoming somewhat personal, Mr. Hall denies my statement to the effect" that I said to him : " You won't pre sent that petition ; I intend to do it." Then it is a question of credibility and as I have nothing whatever to gain by repeating my assertion as to what took place, whilst Mr. Hall certainly has much to lose by no' persisting in his denial-I leave those to judge S...

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

J's noIpÉm^jf^ffiöaq»«DOS ti^wAr Mithat V balí% n^-*»r llínmSrj COIF Mr. 3. Wonson is arranging a crib bage tournament, to come off at an ¡«arly date.--/lt is to beHn&ve^SH' s|ngle-bande|. He should«fétagoDo| ßüt% aa- theare are a lpt of cribbage a contest arranged with Windsor or Richmond. If you, §ant fl pair^t^m/prta^e fitting faootl. aSS a pair that i^ilt Beeg^oJ through thi».-wiñter!¿ give your ordif^to^CfFf Mortley, who turns out nothing but tbe very best artioie.* Mr. Joseph Heaps, who was shot at Ginninderra last week, was here a few months repairing chairs. Those who made his acquaintance say that he was a very quiet decent young an. Nice rain fell here last Saturday, but we could do with more. Still we are thankful for what we did get. The grass has already started to shoot, and, if we get a few more showers, there will be plenty for the stock. Mr. J. Wonson sent his pointer bitch to the Sydney Show last week, but did not succeed in getting a card. This is the firs...

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Mulgrave and Vin[?]yard P.A. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

] * (By Our Special.) Thé first annual meeting of the above was held at the residence of the president, Mr. C. J, Forssberg (Mulgrave), on Saturday night last, when there were present-Messes. Forssberg (in the chair), J. Gray (secretary), A. White, H. Jones, C. Honeman, F. Forrester, and T. Hancock. Mizzling rain and wet j roads militated against the large attendance that had been expected, but no one grumbled on that score ; on the contrary, the rain was re garded as a great boon, and all were highly pleaded about it. Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P , was pre- j sent by invitation, and took an interest in the business of the meeting. The annual report was read, the gist of which was that during the year the association had tried all they could to advance the interests of the locality. Several sums of I money had "been obtained for road work, through the instrumentality of j the Member. They had also been enabled to do good for some of the1 residents in this respect-that they were nominated ...

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