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

DOG REGISTRATION. Got Your Dogs Registered --AT TH G - » "HERALD" OFFICE. 2s. 9d. EACH. @- FORMS OF REGISTRATION may [.¡.obeobUüiedatOXB PENNY EACH.

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

MILITARY. "D" Richmond Company, 3rd Infantry Regiment, under command of. Captain Lamrock, were exercised in new drill on Saturday last by StafF Sergt. Lean. Ike drill ie quite dis tinct to anything the men have ever had before. The members of "A" Windsor Company 3rd Infantry Regiment will assemble at the Barracks on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 p.m., to take part in the church parade. The uniform will be review order with side armB only. Mr. J. Hession, of " A " Windsor Coy., 3rd. Infantry Regiment, has gained promotion from corporal to sergeant. We congratulate him n gaining his third stripe. Report of wedding at Lower Hawkesbury is held over. Read A. Wooster's advt re manures and fertilizers in thia issue._

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Church [?] SUNDAY, AUGUTS 10. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

St. Matthew's, windsor, 8 aim. (B.C.), U.a.m. Special Coronation Servios, 3 p.m. Military. Parade Service, 7 p.m. Coronation Service (special music). Bev. 8.6. Fielding. St. deter's, Oichoiond, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Coronation Services. ,Bev. J. Howell-Price. Saturday 10.30 a.m. at St. Peter's Bich mond, Special United Coronation Service. Revs, J. Howell-Price, Dr. Cameron, J. W. Winspear, and J. j. F. L. Fergusson, M.A., will take part in this service. St Paul's, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p.m. The Vineyards, 3 30 p.m., Mr. A. Blacket. North Richmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 7, Heights 3, Blaxlands Bidge 3. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Windsor, Mass, 10 o'clock ; Evening Devo tions, 7 o'clock. Riverstone, Mass 8 a.m., Rev. B. MoDonnell. Richmond, Mass, 8 ; Evening Devotions, 7.80. Bev. M. B. O'Brien. METHODIST. Windsor Wesleyan Church, ll a.m. and 7 p.m., Special Coronation Hymns, lesson and sermon, Bev. J. W. Winspear, Rich mond ll, Supply ; 7, Mr. C. Gorman. North Bichmond ll, Mr. M. Myers. Kurrajong 2 30, ...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. Produce receipts were again re stricted this morning at the Redfern market, and as the demand "was exceptionally good, values for several lines fluctuated. The inquiry for chaff was good at ruling quotations. Prime sold at 6/9 and medium sample 6/1 per cwt. Lucerne has an upward tendency, and business was effected . for a prime consignment at 9/2 per cwt, and a poorer quality 8/11. The former price is a record for years. Oaten hay improved" in value con siderably. The market possessed a good tone for bundle straw at 3/6 per cwt. Potatoes were offered but no business resulted. Wheat, 4/3 to 4/8 per bushel ; flour, £9/10 ; bran, 1/6 per bushel ; pollard, 1/6 per bushel ; maize, 5/ per bushel ; barley, 3/10 to 4/ per bushel ; chaff, £4 to £7 per ton ; oats, 3/3 to 3/6 per bushel ; oaten hay, £6/10 to £7 per ton ; straw, £3 to £3/10 per ton ; lucerne, £8 to £9 per ton ; bacon, 8|d to 9d per lb ; hams, lOd per lb ; peas, 4/8 to 7/ per bushel; butter,...

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

H. R. S. DYER, MANAGER. Great SALE OF FOOTWEAR. GREAT REDUCTIONS NOTÉ THE PEICES OF A FEW LEADING LINES : Ladies' Cid Lace Shoes, 2/11 Ladies' Kid Button Shoes, 4/11 Canvas Shoes, 1/6 Felt Slippers, 6d Kid Lace Boots, 7/11 Blucher Boots, 3/11 Cossacks, 5/6 Gents' Real 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 Tea Sold at ls. 6d. per lb. Save your Money and Shop at the. Richmond Boot Coy. 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 Attended to. None but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM MOSES, Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. JOHN DÜNSTON, . PROPRIETOR. WILLIAM POPE, MANAGER. The Danston-Pope Fruit Co. (SUCCESSORS TO JOHN POPE & CO.), WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANTS, -33 BATH...

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[?] LOCAL [?] OF [?] [?] [?] A [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

LOYAL ROSE OF RICHMOND ODDFELLOWS, M.U. A BIG SUCCESS,                   The members of the Loyal Rose of Richmond Lodge of Oddfellows are to be complimented on the brilliant success of their annual ball, which took place at the Richmond school of Arts on Wednesday night last. For years past all the functions held under the' auspices of the Lodge have been noted for their success, but Wednesday night's function eclipsed any previous efforts, and those responsible for the organising of it should feel proud The hon. secretaries. Messrs J. Donohoe and F. Foster, worked like trojans for weeks prior to the ball to ensure its success, and the same may be said of the whole of the committee, who were Messrs. J. T. Drayton, L. Wheeler, A. Brooks, A. Drayton, aud W. Stevenson. It is many years since the School of Arts looked so attractive. The ballroom was decorated in a manner...

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Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

The following committees were elected : Improvement ; The Président and \le-sr8..0haudJor, Bloome, Paine, and the secretary. Li bru y : Messrs. Perry, Campbell, Haniiabus, Ciiester, Holland, and the secretary. Entertainment : The President and Messrs. Mannabus, Walker, Fowler; Campbell, Bloom», and the secretary. The secretary reported that Mr. J. D. Smith had formally re igne 1 as a trustee, but the resignation was informal, as it had to be tendered to the Minister for Justice. He had written Mr Smith on the matter. He would suggest that now Mr Green well-the other trustee-had left'the district, that both trustees resign at the same time. A general discussion tonk place, and it was ultimately resolved that the. i trustees should be local residents, and that a letter 6e written to Mr. Green well conveying the committee's desire. Amusements : Mr. Perry suggested having a whist tournament. The President thought a ping-pong tournament would be an attraction. The secretary said £4 was m...

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

JAMES HULL, RICHMOND AND WINDSOR, HOESE BUGS. Colonial Made cannot be surpassed for Strength and Fit, SPECIAL LINUS in Harness, Collars, Saddles, Side Saddles, and all requisites of the Trade. CALL ANO INSPECT. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT-STJREET, S"5TID WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Lend and Property Agents. PINKSTONE &. COLLISON, GBOBQXl - ST., WI3VSSOB,,s BEG to announce to the Besidents of the Hawk o sbury District that it i i their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose of Property in any part oí the Hawkesbury by Private Sale. FREE ADVERTISING. COMMISSION CHARGES ONLY. THE HAWKESBURY HOTEL,. Wisemaris Ferry, Hawkesbury River (THE RHINE OF AUSTRALIA). THIS OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL is situated in the centre of the enchanting and 1 romantic scenery of the Hawkesbury River, thc fertile Valley of St. Albans, and on the Great Northern Road ; is now under ENTIRELY KKW M...

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A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. XIII. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

A Trip to tlie Land of tite Rising Sun. [BY J. B. MITCHELL ] (For the " Herald.") XIII. TOKYO (FORMERLY YEDO). After our night's experience we were very much disinclined to turn out on the morning, and 8.30 a.m. saw us still under the blankets, not withstanding the repeated calls to rise for breakfast from our bedroom steward. However, having much to see prior to leaving Tokyo for our country travels, and as the day broke beautifully clear for pleasure seekers, we rose, and after partaking of a good breakfast we set out. Immedi ately on arriving at the doorway we were met by Mr. Ioto, who informed us that the vehicle in the street was Bent down by Mr. Nosowa for our entire disposal during the day. We thoroughly appreciated the kind I forethought of our friend, and leav ing ourselves entirely in the hands , of our chaperon and Jehu, we drove . I ¿¿¿Udf .¿hi jñuU.*nm^<n,lanaa¿nf¿AnlM**at^ i ¿k i¿ participar wie Mdnót^ú;?viz¿ v the O'Kaxa Mon ; in here We found a gallery wit...

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

THB PBBMIBBSi repair* of all kinds can be executed at short notice. OONSOLTATIONS^FBEB. - TEE DBÏÏG DEPABTMENT will be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with .Jl the necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with ' accuracy and despatch. * Your Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in 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. Coley. GEORGB STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SOLICITORS, &o. WM. WALKES, Commissioner for Affidavits. ROBERT Baucis WALKER. Commissioner for Affidavits for Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. GEOEGE-STEEET, WINDSOB. BRANCH OFFICE : WINDSOfl-STBEET, BIOHMOND. Mondays, 2-to 5 p.m. Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO . . . Don't...

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

Mâssey-Hamsi fStripper Harvester j Wide Opea Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Dise Harrows-12 diso, 14 dise Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Scumers-various sizes and styles Flows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star" Binder Twine L Traction Engines and Threshers ipEY-pp CO., United, 35 Broadway, Sydney. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. Wooster's. Mo. 2 PITEE STEAMED BONEDUST, for General Orchard Manuring. No. 3 BONEDUST & BLOOD, a Quick Actin» Nitrogenous Manure. No. 5 EAW BONEDUST, the b<st for Grr.pes and Oranges, in good condition. No. 7 COMPLETE FERTILIZES, for Passions, Strawberries, Tomatoes, eic. PEA ANDÎTDKN1P MANURE. GENER\L PURPOSES BONEDUST. NITROGENOUS BONEDUST. BRIED BLOOD (Dessicated audSuu-driei). DK8U0ACKU MEAT WORKS MANURE. SULPHATE O...

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[?] The Oponing up of South Creek. THE WINDSOR COUNCIL RENEWS THE AGITATION. ALDERMANIC INSPECTION. AN AFTERNOON IN A BOAT! DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

THE ':mä^^^^lMi:--B^: NEWS ^H^íáG^ÁTION. ÀLDERMANIC ÄpSCTION. A^ï AFTERNOON '.JPH'>¿ BOAT J to^PüTATIOír TO THE JUNISTBB. . " .. . .:? 'I-,., i.J I' .i : . ,t MoBt, of our reders, are. already j .aware-fit fte.^^p^tation by, the council for, the Shagging of South Creekr and the clearing of the j shoal at the mputh, inï>rder to open it np to the trading jbföts.i Windsor j has lost a lot of trade through tho ; silting of the river. For a long] while the state of the river has been such as to make the Wíiídsor wharf I unapproachable for fair-sized craft. In the pretty little South Creek, ] however, there, is plenty of water. It only requires opening,up-not au expensive job-and the old boating i business would boom again. The down-the-river people would sooner j trade here than go round to Sydney.1 It is twelve years since the matter qf clearing South <3reek was first taken up. It was then mooted'in the council by Aid. Mortley. How- j ever, nothing practical came of the...

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[?] [?] WINDSOR COMPANY, [?] INFANTRY REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

'WaiipmpWWM tonoh inV nuning i match! - " ? ]; The swallows twitter 'neath the dripping thatch, But bravely leaps the blaze within, and while This joy is ours let's troll a lilting catch I A few good friends, a seat beside the fire, A well-filled pouch at hand and pipe of briar, And in the heart of 'love of all man kind, And age is not catastrophe so dire. The weed, turned ashes, quickly is forgot ; But joyously it yields its fragrant lot ; Also mau lives and dies and turns to dust, But all in rollicking good cheer. Why not 2 There was a sound of revelry in the military barracks on Friday night last, when the members of " A " | Windsor Company assembled to hold a smoke-oh ! The men were deter mined on having a good time, which they did in real earnest. Col.-Sergeant Hannabus appeared to be the master of ceremonies, and did everything possible to make the evening a pleasant one for all present. Captain Paine, officer commanding A-" Company, Captain Hali, and Lieutenant Walker (Windso...

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

Debility & Dyspepsia A Long Time of Suffering. THE RIGHT REMEDY AFTER MANY FAILURES. The Cate of Mrs. E. HARRISON. (BT k STONEY REPORTER.) The value of expert knowledge in thc various pursuit« of life is readily admitted by Mrs. Emma Harrison, of No. 19, Little Bloomfield-street, Surry Hills, who stated to our reporter that by occasional practical sympathy and intelligent help we may greatly assist our neighbours, and promote the prosperity of the distressed. Continu ing, Mrs. Harrison said : " I am thankful for what my past me thods have accomplished, and in justice to those around mc 1 will tell you what those methods were, and why they were em ployed. For many months I had suffered terribly from indigestion and debility, and I hope never to go through the same misery again, for my life was a burden to me. 1 felt so dull and drowsy that if I took a measurement for a dress I would forget it if I did not write it dow» immediately, but the strange part of it was that I could ...

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Hawkesbury [?] MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

¡h ¿V> î'i'i,"/ ot <M \ ,N \( SW4ifall WelÍp'&vol8?Mlf^M Aasoçiatton wi» - AdiaptC.Wuday^^B evening last, when there were pre-, -mk sent :?-Messrs. J. B, Johnston, »f,F; (president, in the chair), 0. Chester,- ?f¡¡ G» McCauley, A Hannabus, A. D. « Fowler, W. I. Perry, J. T. GoBper, F. Fitzpatrick, W. C. Barker,CA. Hoerning (Ebenezer PA.), and F. W. Collison. CONDOLENCE. j The Chairman said that since last meeting they had lost by death a member of thé Association,, in the person of Mr. J. B. Brown. He waa sure they were all deeply grieved, and he moved that the secretary be i instructed to forward a letter to the family of the deceased, expressing the sympathy of the Association. ' Mr. J. T. Gosper, in seconding the I resolution, said the late Mr. Brown was a man whom he always wished well, and never knew a better neighbour. Mr. Chester said he was sure the I resolution voiced the feelings of all [present. It was quite strange to meet there and find their old f...

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The Hawkesbury Agricultrual College. PARTY FROM WINDSOR PAY A VISIT OF INSPELTION. AN ENJOYABLE AND INSTRUCTIVE DAY'S OUTING. [?]UCH IMPHESSES WITH THE NEW PRINCIPAL, MR. POTTS. WHY DON'T THE HAWKESBURY PRODUCERS VISIT THE INSTITTUTION? ITS SCOPE AND PROPOSALS. INTERESTING NOTES. (By Our Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

[JOH IMPRESSED WITH THE NEW PRINCIPAL, MR. POTTS. WRY DONT TBE HAWKESBURY PRODUCERS VISIT THE INSTITUTION ? ITS SCOPE AND PROPOSALS. INTERESTING NOTES. (By Our Editor.) ever the opportunity presented ' to agriculturists throughout ralia to assist in recuperating and ng up for serious losses, now ÍB ime,* when expert training and tifie training, with advanced 'ledge of agriculture, viii do more rds placing the securities of ralia on a sounder basis than because the wealth of a nation its prosperity depend almost »ly upon the realised wealth from oil. The Hawkesbury Agrieul College, with similar institutions, i a leading factor in training poung people towards this end. not like the old days, when ulture was looked on with a good )f doubt as to its economic value, when muscle-not brains-waB iered the chief item in its ad iment; but, owing to the won 1 progress made in appliances, menta, and machinery, agricul has become a semi-scientific »ion, where a knowledge of the es, with a direc...

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

WANTED. AN ENERGETIC AGENT WANTED. Liberal Terms. PAyiSS-BaANKLtS CYCLE Co, LTD., ^^^^^^^^^ . "BIKE," " Herald " Office, Windsor. FOR SALE. AHANDSOME HOB.SB, 17 bania high ; Splendid Hack. Would snit farmer. Wili Bell Cheap. For particulars, &c., apply "X," " Herald" Office. FORJSALE. BEAUTIFUL BAY MARE, 17 months, Broken to Saddle, Splendid Action, by Trotting. Sire. No doubt will prove a WON DEE. Apply ALFRED RANG EB. FOR SALE. SPLENDID ENTIBE, by Lord Lyon, 3 year-old. Inspection invited. ALFRED RANGER. NOTICE. IHEREBY CAUTION CERTAIN MARRIED WOMEN in Wilberforce from Slandering Me and Slaking Falso Statements about me, and unless they cease at once 1 SHALL TAKE LEGAL PRO CEEDINGS AGAINST THEM. (Signed) MBS. JOHN STEPHENS, Wilberforce. AuguBt 6r H>02. "War,GrimandGay." A VIVID WORD-PICTURE OF THE BOER CAMPAIGN, BY MAJOR R. W. LENEHAN, LATE OFFICES COMMANDING The BuSlplut Garhiiieers, Who saw about Twenty-six Months Active Service in the Most Sensational Events of the C...

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[?] [?] TO MR. AND MRS. SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

'í, n:^:}^h rv. On Thursday evening of last week         the residents of Freeman's Reach     assembled in the church hall to tender   a farewell to Mr. J. Simpson, teacher of the Freeman's Reach public school, and Mrs. Simpson, who are leaving   the district for a few months. It had been ascertained on the preceding Wednesday that Mr. Simp- son- who had been granted six months' holiday for long and meritori- ous service-intended taking his family away on Friday, and a meeting was held ; in less than twenty-four hours all arrangements for the holding of this successful function were com- pleted. It spoke well for the good people of Freeman's Beach, and proved the respect in which Mr. Simpson is held after his thirteen years of labor amongst them. The function took the form of a tea and concert. Mr. P. Beveridge was entrusted with the catering, and, as usual, carried out everything...

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

OBITUARY.       The death took place at Annandale on Saturday last of Mrs. Rachael Harris, widow of the late Mr. John Harris, formerly of Windsor, and mother of Mrs. E. McQuade, of the Commercial Hotel, Windsor. The old lady had reached the advanced age of 86 years, and the end of a long and honorable life was a peace- ful one. She was a native of Liver- pool (N.S.W.), and her husband, who was a native of Castlereagh, near Penrith, pre-deceased her many years. She left Windsor about twenty years ago to reside with her                                       daughter, Mrs. Phillips, at Annan- dale, and has never been away from her since. Prior to that she kept the McQuade Park Hotel (now the Commercial) f...

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BUSHVELDT CARBINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

BUSHVELD CARBINEERS.     Major Lenehan, will lecture in the   School of Arts, Windsor, on Tuesday next, on " War, Grim and Gay," and   " The Bushveldt Carbineers." Major Lenehan, it will be noted, after serving   with the New South Wales Mounted Rifles during the early sart of the campaign, was given command of a column by Lord Kitchener, and was afterwards deputed to form the Bush- veldt Carbineers, of which Harry Morant (The Breaker), well k town in   this district, was an officer.  

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