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A.M.P. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
A.M.P. SOCIETY. ' Those polioy holders in the A.M.I1. Society who have not already returned their ballot papers will do well to caBt « vote in favour of Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, M.P., a reform candidate, and hon. secretary to the move- ¡ ment which aimed at preventing the direc- j toratf, two years ago, tram committing the j Society to a huge expenditure and possible heavy loss by extending their operations to i Great Britain. The opposition movement '? was successful. Messrs. Arft ick and Camp- ; bell are the other two members of the reform bunch.
THE S.S. ST. ALBANS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
TH« S.S. ST. ALBANS. The old s.s. St. Albans, whíA was recently purchwwd iiy Mr. "George Boyler, of Dolo, h agnin stranded in the river. Mr. Boyter spent a lot of money and time in trying to fix the old boat up fur the river trade, bot as soon a« one difficulty was overcome, another cropped up, aud nov he finds thc boiler is gone, it was hie intention to build a new bull on to her, but the idea is now aban doned, and Iiis next step will bi to procure a new boat. We regret that Mr. Boyter's venture has been impeded, but compliment bim on his great pluck, and trust his antici pations will be fully rea'ised.
THE WORLD. (FOR THE "HERALD.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
I THE WORLD. (FOB TUE "HEBALD.") [Lines suggested by the question-" What will the world be like when we are gone ?" and written in reply.] PThe world will be the same, dear boy, When yon and 1 have passed away ; The same old passions, grief, and joy In turnan hearts will still hold sway. Thc sime old longing for wealth and fame, And the eoldier's desire for raak and glory ; AndJIove, hatred, sorrow, and shame Will be the plot of the same old story. Nothing can stay the hand of Time, Or change the course of it's silent (light ; ¿nd the same old stories of fraud and cn'me Will disfigure humanity-like a withering blight. The world will go on in the same old groove, And malice and envy their parts perform ; In the drama of life these two characters prore Humanity's bane, and its face deform. And love and friendship will do their share In wrecking hearts, with their catt and guile, For the one is a delusion, and thc other a snare, And men will be fooled with beauty's smile. When we have ...
"BITA." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
"BITA." It ie not generally known by the meny readers of "Rita's" charming books that the authoress of " Dame Durden," "Sheba," "The Sinner," etc., etc, spent the days of bor child hood in Sydney, the capital of our land. In a recent sketch of her early days, published in that cleverly written English weekly, " M. A. P," she speaks of her life in Australia as an indescribably beautiful memory that will for all time be implanted m her heart-the land of freedom sun ) shine, wild birds, and sweet-seented flowers. Picturing London as a place of a child's fairyland, with streets of gold and precious stones, "Rita" found, uuon her arrival there, all her dreams dispelled. She faced Novem ber fogs and dull skies. The ceaseless traffic, deafening noises, and the ab ' eence of all warmth and sunshine this, the first impression, was a lasting one. Hyde Park-so much appreciated by tbe tired londoner she compares unfavourably with the botanical gardens of Sydney. She says, " How could eyes which...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
Church Services. A CHÜBCH OF ENGLAND. Windsor, St. Matthew's, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. S. G. Fielding. > Richmond, St. Peter's, ll a.m. and 7 p,m, Agnes Banks 8.30 p.m. Rev. J. Howell P. ice Bural Dean. Riverstone, St. Paul's, 7 p.m. Rev. G Manning. The Vineyards, 2.30 p.m. (Sunday School) 3.15 p.m. (service). Mr, F, Simon. ROMAN CATHOLIC. ! Windsor, Mass 8 a.m., Evening Devotioni 7 ; Riverstone, Mass 10 a.m. : St. Monica's, Ricbm nd, Mass 10 a.m.. Rosary and Benediction 7.30 p.m. Rev. M E. O'Brien. 'T METHODIST. I Sackville ll. M. B. Herps : Leet's Vale ll \ Lower Portland 2.30, Sackville 7, Rev. Jas E Colwell : Colo 2.30, E. Reckless ; Lowci Hawkesbury ll and 7, W. Walker: St. Al bans U (J. Walker), and 7 (A. Walker) . Upper Macdonald 2.30, J. Walker. i FEESBYTERIAK. * Windso*, ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. Davit! t Smith Richmond 11 a.m and 7 30 p.m. Rev. J J. F. h. Fergusson, f Ebenezer 1! a.m., Pitt Town 3.30 p.m. 1 and Sunday School 2 p.m. Rev. R. Edgar. BAPTIST. ï Morgan Hills, S...
Farewell to Richmond Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
Farewell to Richmond Soldiers. OD Tuesday evening last the members ot the Pride of -Richmond L'idge of Druids as sembled at the CommercWl. Hotel to tendera 6ttingfarew&lt;ill tfVflome uf the members of the loJge whose services hare'been accept id for South Africa, lt was expected that Trooper Sly and Corporal Ezzy would be present, but the former was unable to oUt tin leave from camp. Arch-Druid Bro. Mortimer occupied the chair, and PaBt Arch Bro. Cobcroft the Vice-chair, «nd there were also present a good number of members of the lodge, and vi ti tors, including Mr. G. E. Woodhill, .T.P. The Chairman proposed " The King," which was loyally honored. Bro. E. Hudson sang " Money," and Bro, G. N. Kilduñ* fol lowed with « Dollie Gray." Bio. Fred. Heron sang "Off to Philadelphia," and Bro. Douglas " A Bird in a Gilded Cage." The toast of " Our departing brothers " was proposed by the Chairman. He was sure they all felt sorry under the circum stances, bat thsy were proud to see so...
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
MARKETS. Messrs. Gnest and Skuthorp report the f following sales at their weekly market on k Saturday last -.-Fat catie, £8 to £9 ; calves, % £1 ; poultry, 2'. to 23. Sd. per pair; big B suckers, 13s. . - w? r Limited suppli'B of forage were affain r offered at the Redfern auction sales this 1 morning, -to a fair attendance of huyere. ' Prime samples of all descriptjpns were con spicuous by their ab-ence. The chaff sub ' milted was of inferior and medium quality, for which late rates were well maintained ; ' medium samples moved freely at Is lld to , 5s 4d, ivhile rough cuts were in good demand at 4s to 4s 9J. No straw varieties were Bold^ 1 A consignment of inferior brown summer lucerne hay had keen competition to 5s lld. Demtnd for oaten hay was firmer ; prime ' samples had good attention at 5s Gi, while , inferior qualities, in trusses, found buyers at 4s 6 i to 4s Td. Straw advanced a trifle ; 3 for prime long simples in bundles 3s 7d was readily paid. Pollard showed a hardening...
The Archbishop's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
E Th» Co adjutor ÄrohbHop jLJjM i Windsor na Monday Jase »M| ?H i met at Clarendon by a large nu ? of the parishioners, and driven 4 \ H Windsor B. C. Church, where a\ 1 ? r large concourse of people had asl l l ? bled. On his arrival he w«s preso» \ B with an address of welcome by Med ll t G. McCauley, JP, 1). Holland, J\ ll W. C Darker, and T. Maguire. 1 MI Grace, in expressing thanks for fl ll , address and cor ;ial welcome, deliver! y| : an «I quent a-ldreBP. On Tuesday afternoon the Archbishop confirmed ? J 02 candidates, and in the evening ; bdivered a forcible address from the > text, " Our Father, which art in ; Beaven, &o," the church being i crowded on both occasions. He drove to Riverstone yesterday, and conducted ; confirmation service there. A service w ill be held at the Windsor R. C. , Church to-night at 7 pm, when the Archbishop will deliver an address. He leaves for Sydney to-morrow morning. ^^^^^^^^^^^
The Coming Show. SPLENDID [?]OMINATIONS FOR SPORT. ING EVENTS. RECORDS ESTABLISHED. 2644 ENIRIES. MAIZE HUSKING.—ALL COMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
«PLKNDÍD/oma A noss FOB »pour. JlSQjiVBNW. EKOOmJS BSrABUáHlíD. 2614 SKI tilts. MAIZE HUBKIKG.-AtL COMERS. F. Gardiner, A. J, Farlow, J. Gardiner, L. j H. Parker, A. Turnbull, h. Gr entree, A. ¡ Gardner, J. Bushell, H. F. Kem^ W. A. ; Daley. E. Turnbull, H. Fallow. CVtB 40 S. A. Tuckerman, A. J. Far'ow, J. W. Farlow, H. Turnbull. WOOD CHOPPING. G. Inwood, F. Sbadlow, G. Freeburn, 0. Sbadlow, E, Thiele, 1. Alcorn, T. Chesham, Jas. Clout. DIBTAKCB HANDICAP TROT-IN HARNESS. A. Inall a b m Bubbles, S or 6 yrs. E. J. Hunt's m Merry May. M. J. Waters'* r m ßluebel1, 4 yrs. Bev. J. Howell-Price's b h Claredo, 5 yrs. S. F. Bunstons b h Lord Jersey, 5 yrs. H. Dunston e b m Amiable E. Beckett's ch g Honor, aged. E. Beckett s br g Snip, aged. F. W. Lucas's b m Lady Lynn. L. Watson's bl m Queea Tuxedo, 5 yrs. G. M. Slate s b g Uranus, aged. I G. M. Slate's b h Huon Prince, aged. DISTAKCS B ASDIC AP T&OT-XN SADDLE. A. Inall's b m Bubbles, S or 6 y fare. M. J. Waten* r m Bluebell, i yrs. ...
Windsor Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
Éfrîo regular fortnightly tnentlup; of tm council was JieJd l«et pltfhi, when tb|re were present-Aid, Paine (Mayor), Hannubus, Gosper, Berckel man, Dean, sud Taj lor. 1 Mrs. Huskisson wrote asking for certain improvements to Braby« street It was decided to improve tho street ae Poon as rain came. The football club asked for per mission to use tue park. Granted, subject to the control of the park committee. The Katoomba council sent a cir cular re local government, requesting co-operation towards pushing the movement forward, and suggesting that a public meeting be held in Windsor. Leiter merely recived. Tenders were opened for the fencing at McQuade Park, and that of F. A. Oupitt was accept» d at 20s per rod. turnstile 20e, and extra post 6s. Aid. Gosper made the council a present of tte turnstile.
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. CANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
A Wp to He Lani of He Rising Sun. [BY J. li. MITCHELL ] I CANTON. Having spent several enjoyable days in Hong Kong, I left tor Canton. Before leaving, I may add, I secured a letter of introduction to the chief engineer of the s.s. Fatchau, of the H. K. Canton Service, in the person of Mr. Logan, a brother to the squire of Prestonville. I had no difficulty in finding him, as, immediately I boarded the steamer, I found myself comfort ably seated in a luxuriantly-fitted cabin before a fine specimen of a typical Scotsman. As the boat wa6 leaving at once for the China City, I accepted the invitation to visit that place. The distance is ninety miles up the Pearl River, which vre negoti ated in about ten hours. The city has a population of 3 million inhabitants, and I shall not readily forget, when we arrived at daylight, the din of the many voices that reached my ears like the roar of an angry sea. The dean . of the corps of professional guides, or the less distinguished cicerone, will pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
ROYAL . . HOTEL, WINDSOR. THE RECOGNISED HOMS OF . . . TOXJRIBTS . , - FITZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, GEORGE-STBEET, WINDSOR. J. H. EAGLES, Proprietor. CENTRALLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Kept. Appointed Reception House to the N. S. Wales League of Wheelmen Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and Beere in stock. L BEBI BILLIARD £0031 IS TOWN.
LEET'S VALE. COMPLIMENTING OUR MEMBER (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
LEETS_VALE. COMPLIMENTING OUR MEMBER (To the Editor.) ' Bír,-With reference to our mem- ¡ ber. Mr. Brinsley Hall : I think the j majority of the electors of the Haw kesbury District have been led to see that they made no mistake when they elected him as their representative in the House of Parliament. According ' to promise, he has paid a visit to some of the members of the Progress Asso ciation at Leet's Vale. We took him up and showed him the much needed ' bridle track which was being con- 1 structed from Leet's Vale to Dargle's &lt; Farm. The men had just been 1 knocked off, our small grant of £20 i not being sufficient to finish it. The 1 member could see for himself what a splendid grade we have, and the , short distance it is in comparison to , the road by the river; and through him we have since received another small grant, so that the track is now [ completed right through to Dargle's Farm. All hands and the cook begin to see that this road is a benefit to the resid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
SEASON 1 ; FUR NECKLETS, 1/11, 2/11, 4/11. THE NEWEST SHAPES in LADIES' JACKETS, 8/11 to 27/6. Macintoshes, i 0/9 to 27/6. CORSETS, 2/11 to 11/6. Toe P.D.. C.B., »nd all the BEST MAKES in Stock. The Hawkesbury Show WITHOUr DOUBT IS The Great Event of the Season - FOR THE L4DIE3 OF THE DISTRICT, who cannot do better than cill on us for their New DRESSES AND MILLINER! Special Line mïMwwm ants, Double width, 10Jd per yard. TRIMMED HATS, CHOICE DESIGNS, 10/6, 15/G, 21/-. CALL AND INSPECT. Costume Skirts for Ladies, 6/11 to 27/6. I, D. HOLLAND & CO. Young Men Who Study ECONOMY) and want to get Best Value for their Money ßhould call on B. Rolland & Go., -FOE (ats, Shirts, lies, Braces, Suits, ts FACr Everything they may require. MEN'S CARDIGAN JACKETS, from 5/9. Boys' Jerseys. NAVE AND 8TRIPED, 1/1 li, 2/6, 3/6. Tweed Macintoshes, THE NEWEST SHAPE?, Sewn throughout, 25/-. We moke Macintoshes TO ORDER, in any shape required from 27/6 to 63/ CALL & INSPECT PATTERNS. ...
Welcome to the Rev. J. W. Winspear. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
A social to welcome to the Windsor and Bichmond Circuit of' the Metho dist Church tàe fiév. J. W. Winspear, who is just entering on his three years' stay here, was held in the School Hali, Macquarie-street, Windsor, on Friday evening, last. There was a fair attendance, the damp night probably preventing people turning up from outlying centres of the district, though Bichmond was exceedingly well repre sented. The hall was decorated for the occasion, and a banner inscribed " Welcome " was suspended over the main entrance, whilst the dainty little tables scattered about in the hall, to gether with the choice viands visible in the background, gave evidence of the fact that something besides speechi fying was on the tapis. Mr. Arthur Price, of Bichmond, one of the circuit stewards, occupied the chair. The Î)roceedings opened with the first lymn in Wesley's collection, after the singing of which Messrs. Busby and Lane engaged in prayer. The chair man read apologies from the Rev. A. Dandi...
A FISHING TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
A FISHING TRIP. A very successful fishing expedition to Wollongong, organised by Mr. Frank Guest, took place last (Satur day. The party, consisting of Messrs. GueBt, J. T. Town, Lord (2), Dunston (2), Griffin, Moore, and Peck, left on Saturday, and arrived home on Mon day with ISO fine schnapper. Messrs. Guest and Moore topped the score with 21 each. They had some exciting experiences with sharks, and at one time a 14 feet monster came right on the top of the water after a fish that | was being hauled in. Several of the new chums in the party were sea-sick, but the trip otherwise proved such a pleasant one, that they intend going again very shortly.
A FORMER MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
A FORMER MINISTER. The Rev. James Kinghorn, Presby terian minister of Bathurst, has had presented to him by his congregation at Penrose, which is included tn Bathurst parish, a handsome bay horse. The presentation was made by Mr. Gunning. Mr. Kinghorn was for many years resident at Bichmond, as assistant to the Rev. Dr. Cameron, and was, perhaps, the most popular and broadest minded " parson " who had ever been ministering in Rich mond to the spiritual wants of its people. He and Rev. B. Dinning (Wesleyan) are of the tjpe ot clergy men we know too little of, because, "like angels' visits," they are "few and far between."
GROSSVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 May 1902
GROSSVALE. Whooping cough is very prevalent about here among the children. Miss Stinson, daughter of Mr. B. StinBon, has been suffering from a severe throat affection for the past week. Mr. B. Skuthorp is having the bricks made for a new cottage, to be built where the recent fire took place. Messrs. Riley and Bottles are making the bricks. Mr. J. D. Smith came up from Sydney on Saturday to see his estate, and spent the day. He was very pleased to see the progress that has been made by the manager, Mr. Sam Clarke. Â valuable plough horse, belonging to Mr. R. H. Forrester, died one day this week. He was a fine animal for orchard or farm work, and the owner is not certain as to what caused him to peg out, but puts it down to lung complaint. The effects of the drought are just beginning to be sorely felt up here. Mr. R. H. Forrester had three head of cattle die last week, and is catching it rather rough, but he is not the only one. Five out of every six head of cattle will have a job to...