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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 25. (Before Messrs. F. Campbell and Hugh Ryan, J.'sP.) ALLEGED LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 1 August 1902

Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 25. (Before Messrs. F. Campbell and Hugh Ryan, J.'sP.) ALLEGED LARCENY. William Thomas Woods was charged on suspicion with stealing, on 21st instant, a quantity of bacon,,, valued at 206, the property of Mrs A. Woods. Constable Easterbrook explained that accused had been arrested on suspicion. Mr. McCauley, who appeared for accused, objected to the. arrest on suspicion. He would like to know from . the police if information had been given them by the owner of the bacon. Constable Easterbrook said they would withdraw the case. Mr. McCauley again tried to ascer tain from the constable whether the police were put on the track of accused, and by whom ; also if that person had authorised them to take the young man in charge. If the police had been so authorised, they were exonerated ; but it was extra ordinary that a young man of the standing of his client-a youngman against whom there had never been á scintilla of wrong imputed- a young married man who...

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Philately. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

Í Philately. I The usual monthly meeting of the Hawkesbury District Philatelic So j uiety was held on Monday night, at I the residence of the Mayor (Aid. J. J. Paine). There was a good attendance. i The Mayor occupied the chair. 1 The. Secretary informed the mern j I hers that the Jiüy meeting had b^én^ ^^P^P^^^B^PQJrflt |j^e ^^^^^ members for the deep interest be took in any movement to promote the pro- j gress of the town. On behalf of the i members the secretary had written a i letter of condolence to Mr. Louis Brown, sympathising with him in his great loss. The secretary said he had reoeived a letter from Mr. Padley stating that he had written Mr. Barry re the little philatelic paper issued in Adelaide some years back, but that gentleman had so far been Unsuccessful in ob taining one. Since tbe previous meeting Mr. Crane and Mr. Ashby had left the district, to the regret of the members Both had taken a keen -interest in the work of the society, as shown by their I regular attend...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

COLO. Mr. W. H. Gosper haß his new sulky completed. It is very neatly finished, and reflects great credit on the maker. The new trap is used for carrying the mail from Colo to Blax lands Ridge. Mr. A. S. Ivery has taken Mr. Butler's orchard at Comleroy Soad, and will shortly take up his residence there. Mr. Butler intends taking a trip up country. Messrs. Percy and T. Norris passed through here on Monday, on their way to the shearing sheds near Bourke. After reading the death rate accounts of the sheep out that way, one would he inclined to think there was not much shearing to be done. The maintenance men have finished their work on the rock the other side of Wheeny, and have shifted "camp to the Dripstone, ou the Bulga Road. Mrs, B. Gosper is spending a few week's holiday in Sydney with her friends. Mrs. Gosper has not been enjoying good health for some time past. We trust she will be much benefited by the change. A little son of Mr. G. Boy ter, jun., had two of his fingers badly c...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. We have had some very unpleasant weather this week. On Wednesday heavy north-westerly winds blew, parching up all the verdure and making tbe ground &B dry as ever. Senior-Sergeant Gallagher, from No. 1 Police Station, Sydney, accom panied by another officer, paid the Ferry a visit on Sunday last in search ! of the murderers of Constable Guil foyle. ! The splendid blood stallion, Bonus, bred by the late Mr. B. Bichards, j stayed at the Ferry one night this ; week en route to Scone, where he will 1 stand the season. He was in charge of Mr. Harris, who has lately pur chased him for stud purposes. School Inspector Skinner is buBy in our district this week examining the different schools. Messrs. G. McCauley and W. I. Perry paid the Ferry a visit on Satur day last, staying until Monday morn ing. The many friends of our esteemed postmaster, Mr. J. T. Marx, will regret to hear he had a nasty attack of illness for a few days last week. With care ful nursing, however...

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

MARSDEN PARK. For the month ending 31st July the rainfall was 69 points, making inches since January 1st. , We are informed that a movement is being made for the formation of a tennis club. Mr. George Angle, who proceeded with the 10th Contingent from New Zealand to South Africa, ÍB believed to amongst the sick on the Troopship Drayton Grange. Rev. A. Dandie will not occupy the pulpit in the local Presbyterian Church on Sunday, but the Rev. G. Manning (Church of England) will conduct service at 3.30 p.m. Unless rain falls shortly we will have a difficult problem to solve, as Bock's creek, the only available water supply, will soon fail. South Creek is contaminated with dead cattle in many places. ,

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

RIVERSTONE. We are very glad to report that Messrs. Ix. J. Wheeler and H Shouter have quite recovered from their recent illness and are about again. The fortnightly meeting of the Riverstone Lodge, G.U.O.O.E., was held at the lodge-room on Thursday evening of last week. Bro. Mortley occupied the chair. Sick pay to Bros. R. J. Wheeler, and J. Mangold was passed for payment. Bro. Wheeler ¡ was declared off the sick list, but Bro. Mangold is still suffering with a crushed foot, . caused through an accident a short time ago. Bro. H. Farrington was elected Y.Gk in lieu of Bro. Sommerville resigned. Two new membera were installed into the order, j i. - _ a - _*_é._i_DIZ. <t kept busy drawing water for the in habitante of Riverstone. 1 he water hole at the. rear of Mr. Petchell'e residence has almost given out, If you want a pair of confortable fitting boots, and a pair that will see you through tho. winter, give your order to G. F. Mortley, who turns out nothing but the very be...

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GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

GENERAL CEMETERY. A meeting in connection with the above was held in the Presbyterian school-room on Friday evening last, when there were present, Bev. Dr Cameron (in the chair), Bev. J. J. F. L. Fergusson, M.A., Bev. Father O'Brien, MeBsrs. M. Davenport, M. Nowland, W. Sullivan, A Price, P. H. Bidge, T. Biddle, W. Mitchell, T. Horn, and C. S. Guest (secretary). The following tenders for fencing two sides of the cemetery were received and dealt with : Mr. McMahon 5/1 per rod, T. CaBe 5/6, T. Cartwright 8/-, W. Knott 5/, J. Shepherd 4/6, H. J. Wholohan 4/9, J. A. Wilson 4/6. The tender of Mr. J. Shepherd was accepted. It was decided to erect -a pair of double gates, 1 wicket gate and a dummy at the main entrance, also an extra stay between the posts of the new fence. The trustees decided to provide No. 8 galvanised wire for the fence. It was resolved to support the application of the Wesleyan body for an exchange of two portions of the cemetery, the portion allotted to the Methodists...

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CLEARING SOUTH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

CLEARING SÜUIH CHEEK. A. lengthy refertsuce to the move ment ivt opening up South Ureek will be fouud ou our fourth page. The deputation went to Sydney yesterday to interview the Minister, t hose who attended were the Mayor and Aid. Primrose, Mortley, Berckel man, Httnnabus, and Taylor. Mr. 0. J. Forssberg (President of the Vine yard P.A.) alto lent a hand. The delegates were met by Mr. Brinsley Hail, M.P., who has taken a great interest in the matter; and he also had secured the assistance ot Mr. Josephson, the engineer who, when in the Department, had done the surveys {or both the clearing of tho creek and tho channeling of the river. It was decided by the deputation to go for the clearing of the creek, and to con fine the agitation to the section from the mouth of the creek to the Fitzroy bridge, leaviug the higher portions for future efforts. Unfortunately, the Minihter was indisposed, and could not keep his promise to receive the deputation. He had arranged, however, for tho Un...

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DISTRICT NEWS. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

The Oronation holiday «ill not be observed in Richmond to morrow on account of the storekeepers not being unanimous about closing. The Riohmond boys, Messrs. W. Sly, Fred. Ezsiy, and A. E. Marlin, who volunteered for S Africa with the Commonwealth Contingent, arrived home on Thursday of last week. They all had a fine experience, and look well. They raw a number of the battlefields, and were also taken to see the grave of Lord Roberta's son. Fred Ezzy brought home a dog, which he calls a Dutch terrier. A surprise party was tendered to Mrs. J. Madden on Thursday evening of last week. About fifteen assembled and spent an enjoyable time. Mr. C. Bossley, formerly of the H. A. College, and well known in Eichmond, has taken up his residence at South Africa, where he intends starting in the auctioneering line with his brother. The marriage of Mr. L. J. Holds worth, partner in the firm of Simpson and Holdsworth, with Miss M. E. Horne, of Strathfield, is announced to take place at Sydney on T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

TO LET. COTTA GB, Four Booms and George-street, Windsor; UBI op, Bent, fe per week. Apply, " HEBALD " Ol TO LET. I TWO-STUBEÏ DWELLING, M Kiteben, Stables, «nd Lard George-street, Windsor, Bent, 9sm week. OOM kid nn if mnhal *«?

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Presbyterian Sunday School [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

ing the Sunday School, and they were coached up for ic by the teachers of the Sunday school, who must have taken great pains to train them up to such a suocessf ul pitch. The choruses, quaitette, floral march, and tableaux were greatly appreciated, Miss j Carlotta Young also assisted with a song, and was, as usual, an acquisition to the programme. Most of the items consisted ot choruses, under the title of " The Picnic," and were as follows : Away, Away" (tue departure), .Hisses Robertson, Hutchinson, Sutherland, Upton, M. Robertson, D. Johnston, Pye, O. Phipps, Harden, Ll. Smart, Gersback, Masters Gersback, S. Alexander, G. Smart, B. Smart, E. Liddle, lt. Liddle, E. Douglass, C. Andresseo, and S. Liddle. " Merrily Over the Water," same voiceB, with the addition of Misses K. Hall, Lamond, Potts, Frank, Marsh, A. Sutherland, G. Julian. E. Wilkinson, M. Smart, Mary Smart, Lily Smart, V. Burton, M. Boss, Ethel Boss, K. Marden. « "Up the Hill, Down the Dale" (the arrival), all the voice...

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The Battle of Gettys[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

Th« Battle of Gftttysbu After a lapse of seven yean, the ment of the Cyclorama decided , to " Jerusalem" by re-erecting the rn« of Cycloramie Art, the " Battle of burg," which caused so much ex here some years ago. For the lastf America and Europe have been seat a scene fit to replace Jerusalem an " Gettysburg," but nothing could j that would not suffer too much parison. A fkmth African scene < be had, a battle scene was wanted constant wish being expresred by C visitors to see Gettysburg again determined-as nothing equal to il part of the world could be foam erect Gettysburg. This has been d visitors to the city will, after recen find a special interest in teeing v really means. The management ha a most fatinating novelty to the 111 osions, which, with a quantttg Cinematograph films, make up a exhibition.

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[?] Returns of Liout, D. Price. WELCOME HOME AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

With-the returning soldiers from Boa Africa last week was Lieoteoánt 3.'\ Howell Price, eon of the Be». J. Howi Price, Bural Dean of Richmond, mnâ'ij Saturday afternoon last he was loyal received by bia comrades et Richmond au escorted borne. It will be remembered tb Lient. Price left for the front about eight* months ago, being then a sergeant ht t Richmond Half-squadron of Lancers. 1 gained a commission as second líenteos when be enlisted, and was not long in gal ing further promotion, until be m appointed ßt&fi Officer to Colonel Cox, « afterwards Acting-Adjutant to the Ba ment. Everyone was proud to hear ta time to time that he was doing «r well ¡presenting the good old Hawkesbury, a his reception on Saturday last was w merited. The Windsor Half-Squadron of Lance in command of Captain Hall, had a pira on that afternoon, but marched to Bicho»! and joined with the Biobmond Lancers] the reception. (i On the Richmond station the retan soldier was met by his parents, Cok} Gue...

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The Hawkesbury Hearld. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

®¡¡e Pafolicsbttíg Peralb, WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1!K>2. LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. " There arc joybf Ils over England, there arc flags oil London town ; There is bunting on the channel, where (Lets go up and down , There arc bonfires alight In the pageant of the night ; There are bands that blare for splendour. and guns that speak for might ; For another King in England ie coming to the crown." Coronation to-morrow ! Long live our gracious King ! No holiday in Windsor or Rich mond ! No announcement about the shops closing on Monday either ! For Coronation religious fixtures vide church service«. The Mount Kembla disaster ba« made ead reading. The latest reports show the death roll to be 93, including Frederick Dunning, who died in the Wollongong hospital yesterday afternoon. A Boyal Commission is to be ap pointed to inquire into the cause. The relief fund opened by the Daily Telegraph " is now well into four figures. The Hawkesbury ought to send along its mite, as other ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

Cash Stores. A. GRIMWOOD. ---r -A- FEW Special Lines TO CLEAR. FLANNELETTES. Black and White Reversible, at 4Jd Bed and Black Reversible, at 4Jd tartan Plaids, at «Jd Blouse PatternB, at 5Jd Blouse Pattern?, formerly 9d, now 6Jd Striped Patterns, from 3¿d FLANNELS. Pink Edge Electoral Flannels, all wool, from 10£d yard Welsh Flannels, from lld yard HOSIERY. Ladies' and Children's Ribbed Cash ' mere Hosiery, Double Knees, at lld pair Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, 4Jd Children's Ribbed Hose, 6d DRESS GOODS. Double Width Costume Cloths, from 6*d Double Width Serges, 7fd Colored Bengalenes, from ls 6d A Few Pairé bf Blankets to be Cleared at Wholesale Prices at SHEETINGS. Special Value, 72 inch Unbleached Sheeting, I0¿d per pard Twilled Sheeting, 72 inch, at ls yard 80 inch Twilled, ls 2d yard White Calicoes, «t 2» lld, 3e 6d, 3s lld, 4s lld, and 5s ll per dozen AT GRJMWQOD'S. LADIES' CORSETS. Special Value in O.B. Corsets, usual price 4B lld, now Ss 3d pair. All Sises. LADIES1 FLANNLETTE....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

Windsor Markets. SALE~5AYS : TUESDAYS^ ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHA UP. A.11 Kinds of Produce. Fruit, Poultry, Cattle, Furniture, &c, &c, sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

BIGSMOND DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) BEGS to inform the Residents of Rich mond that he has pnrcbased the above Business from Mr. J. H. Williamson, and respectfully solicita a continuance of their patronage. TEE EIOHMOND DAIRY HEED is Recognised as the Best in the District, and the PUREST MILK in any quantity can be Supplied. Cart runs round Richmond twice daily. PURE AND UNADULTERATED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

Storekeepers, , : , : ? .: , ¡ . i: J; -AND WINE AND SPIRIT -^MERCHANTS, RICHMOND. GOOD OLO HAWKESBURY RESIDENTS, "You have Shown GREAT WISDOM by Patronising Opposition, and KEEPING DOWN THE PRICES during the Disastrous Drought. TryANOTEER FLUTTM This Week -IN ' While: We are OPENING UP and r&RTINGOur SPRING tvl ri., jd ucl -AND- .?" ? i<t vlsJJ - ? *. » JI-W:"*mH|W »IHK SUMMER ry. BARGAINS ! Alona Biscuits, 3£d per lb. Nectar Jam, 4 tiDS for ls. Favorite Worcestershire Sauce, 3d per bottle. Freeman's Crown Vinegar, 3d per bottle. Ship Brand Baking Powder, llb tibs, lld. Coors Baking Powder, èlb tins, 3d. Dates, 3d per lb. Prime New Mildura Raisins, 5d per lb. James Moir & Son's Fish and Meat Paste, 2d per tin. 5 lbs Pu e White Snowdrop Sugar at 2d per lb, with 5 lbs Gordon Tea at ls. per lb. Condensed Milk, 6d per tin. Ftc., Etc., Etc. MAKE NO MISTAKE -AND SAVE MONEY BY BUYJNG FROM Yours Faithfully,

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A Race to Richmond! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

A Race to Richmond 1 A snail one day was heard to say, " I'd like to win a race, But do not know a single foe Adapted to my pace." A friend repliai, " With all jour pluck Your wish yon ought to gain ; Take my advice and try your Inck With any Richmond train." The race came off. The Bnail pnt on A quiet, steady pace, Knowing that steadiness alone Could win for him the race. Thc dawdling train ne'er dreamed to fail Of easy victory winning ; Yet-at the finish-stood the snail

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ~ The Windsor Junior football club journeyed to Penrith last Saturday to play the return match with the Pen rith Pirates. And again our boys were successful, winning by 3 points to nil. The team - along with a number of others-were driven over in Mr. E. Wood's 'bus. They were well treated in Penrith, and had an enjoyable time. The game was a fast one throughout ; and the vendors of St. Jacob's oil and other liniments did good business after it. W. Boss scored a try for the visitors, but 0. Callaghan failed to convert it. During the second half George Cobcroft made a splendid run from one end of the field to the other, but was prevented by the full back from scoring. In the evening the boys were entertained to dinner at Tattersalls, and the evening was spent in jollity. The two local football teams, Juniors and Rovers, meet on McQuade Park to morrow afternoon at 3.30. It is expected to be the match of the season. All who are desirous of seeing a cricket club star...

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