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Windsor Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1895. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose and J. Ross, J.'sP. A CAPITAL CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

Windsor Police Oourt. FKIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1895. (Before Messrs. T. Primrose and J. Ross, J.'sP. A CAPITAL CHAIU3E. Fred Barber, a native, and a re sident of Sackville Reach, was charged with assaulting ono Kathleen Barber, a gill under 13 years of age. . Mr. Paine appeared for the ac cused, and asked the Bench to dis miss the case, as the father of the girl (having laid the information), did not wish to proceed with tho charge. The Bench, however, de cided to hear the evidence. Constable Aris Robert Hughes, stationed at Wilberforce, gave evi dence as to the arrest of the ac cused. Kathleen Barber, the prosecutrix, also gave evidence, and proved a very unwilling witness, the Police and Bench sometimes having to waste a quarter of an hour to elicite ananswer to a question. She ad mitted being a girl of loose charac ter. Mrs. Barber, her mother, was also called. Mr. Paine again pleaded for a dismissal, but after a heated^argutnent, in which there was a considerable amount of cross firi...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1899. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1899. CHUBCH OR. ENGLAND. Et. Matthew's Windsor, ll a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Rev. S. a. Fielding. St. Peter's, Eichmond, 11 a.m. and 7*30 . p.m. ; evening subjec, Advent address, ** The Christ of the Church." St. Paul s, Agnes Banks, 3.30 p. m. Rev. J. Howell Price. St. Albans, 7-30 p.m, Mr. A, V. Diok ton, WaUwnbyne Common, ll a.m., Mr. A,,V. DießBon. Central McDonald, 4 p.m., Mr. A. W Dickson. fiower Port land. 10-30 a.m., Mr. J. I. Marx. Wise man's Ferry, 7 p.m., Mr. J. T. Marx. Upper Mangrove, 10-30 a.m., Rev. F. A. Cadell. Lower Mangrove, 2-30 p.m., Rev. F. A. Cadell. WESLEYAN. Windsor, ll aa., Rev. A. S. Swift; 730 p.m., Mr. S. Dart. Richmond, ll a.m., Mr. S. Dart ; 7-30 p m., Rev. A. 8, . Swift. Enfield, 11a.m.. Io be supplied. Karrajong, 2 80 p.m, Rev. A. S. Swift. Wilberforce, 3 p.m., Mr. S. Dart. Sackville, ll a.m.. Mr. C. Woodhouse ; 7.50 p. m. j Mr. N, Mitchell. liower Portland, 8 p.m., Mr. M. B. Herps. Leet's Vale, 1030 a.m., Mr. M. B. He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

XMAS I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ! . . ... NEW YEA R GIFTS ? «Jo Ï 10í*fl HAS thc BEST SELECTION of JEWELLERY, PLATE, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, VASES, ORNAMENTS, PüßSES and POCKET BOOKS, PRAYER BOOKS and BIBLES, GIFT BOOKS, TOY BOOKS, BIRTHDAY BOOKS, PIPES, CIGAR & CIGARETTE CASES, PERFUME HIE, BASKET WARE, Etc. The Largest and Most Varied Selection of CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EVER DISPLAYED IN THE DISTRICT. HAS OPENED EX S. S. MORAVIAN, Summer In PRINTS from 2/6 per dozen. ZEPHYRS, MUSLINS, PIQUES, BROWN,& WHITE LINEN, PLAIN ); AND FIGURED ALPACCAS. OUR -DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, IS STILL IN CHARGE OF Kiss Long, Late of Farmer and Co's. WHO GIVES EVERY SATISFAC HON IN FIT*AND STYLE. T. LO GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. STOP! LOOK AT THIS! PROTECTIONISTS BUY at the ECONOMIC STORES and «KEEP THE MONEY IN TJ3E DISTBICr.* FREETRADERS BUY IN THE BEST MiRKET ' via., " THE ECONOMIC." EVERYBODY' Send Tour Orders Along. We are "Waiting For Them DICK BROTHERS, ECONOMIC STORES, Windsor. D. A.Mitchell....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

£í(irpeis9 Bedsteads, and Bedding, «3- AND WHERE TO GET IT. A,-HALL & COMPANY, CORNER GEORGS AND LIVERPOOL-STREETS. DRAWING-ROOM SUITE i In Tapestry and PluBh, Conch, Fair Easy Chairs, and 4 Carved Chairs, for £4 10s; 50 others, 5, 10, to 20 ' guineas, at HALL'S. BEDROOM SUITE. WALNUT COLOUR or POLISHED PINE, Wardrobe, Plate Glass Door and Drawers, Duchesse Chest Drawers, with glass attached, Marble Top Washstand, Towel Rail, and Cane Chair, £6 15s. 30 Bedroom Suites to select from 9, 12,18 to 60 guineas. DINING-ROOM SUITE, VERY STRONG COUCH, Pair Easy and 6 Small Chairs, all Spring-seated and Padded Back, 6 guineas; 20 others, 7, 12, and 20 guineas, at HALL'S. FULL SIZE HALF TESTER BEDSTEAD Brass Bail, Double-wire Mattress, and Best Bed Wood Flock, with Best Kapok Bedding, £410s. SO Latest Design Bedsteads to select from at HALL'S. A. HAEL-& COMPAISTY, The Universal House Furnishers, 561, 563, 565, 567 George street, SYDNEY. Country Orders Packed Free. New illustrat...

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MAROOTA. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

MAROOTA. (Frau oaroirn correspondent). Hr. p. Greentree after a number of years residence here has removed to Cattai, to tiie cottage recently vacated by Mr. F. Brooks, The roads around this part are better than they have been for a long time. This is on account of Mr. J. K. Owens having been " on the job " along here recently. Mr. Andrew Johnston's young orchard is coming along splendidly, and is one of the most promising in the district. The orchard be longing to Mr. Ebenezer Johnston of 1000 trees also looks well. Con sidering the latter is only two years old, it has made wonderful pro gress. In some parts of the orchard a kind of weed has taken a great hold, and Mr. Johnston xs at present very busy trying to get rid of it. We paid a visit to Mr. T. G. Wood's residence at Maroota last week, and thero saw one of the most extensive poultry yards tobe found in the district. There is at present to be seen about 600 fowls, jnost of which are kept as a laying staff, while the ducks, in...

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TIZZANA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

TIZZANA. ^ Those who here never paid a visit to the splendid vineyard of Tizzana, the property of Dr. Fiaschi, at Sackville, could not choose a better time than the present. Visitors are alway« welcome, and the genial and courteous manager, Ur. A. J. Laraghy, is ever ready to show them over the place, and if necessary explain its working in detail. We hap- j pened to be passing one day last week and called in, to find the manager with an hour or two at his leisure, which were j most pleasantly filled in by a general survey of the whole place. We first had a glimpse at the vast area of vines, covering something like 60 acres, inclu ding the following varieties .'-Hermitage, Black Hamburgh, Muscat, and others. Besides these are several choice Italian varieties, among the number being Mámalo and San Jolvaise, the former of the two being the best of the imported fruit. Aleartiefl is also a splendid Muscat grape, but has been found to be a shy bearer at Tixeana. The vines are laden with ...

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MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

MARSDEN PARK. (From our own correspondent.) Mr. Angle's eldest son is at present staying with his parents, enjoying a well-earned holiday. Mr. Nat. Outlaw, of Grange Farm, is visiting his relatives in Sydney for a few days. Mr. H. H. Halls is holding re ligious meetings under canvas on Mr. Reid's property. Mr. Walter Woodbridge has re turned from South Africa, arriving here on Friday evening last. Nearly all the farmers engaged in hay-making have finished, and some of the crops have proved very heavy. The Kev. 0. A. White, B.A., preached in the Marsden Park Presbyterian Church last Sunday evening. The alteration ia the time of the departure of the mid-day train on Wednesdays from Riverstone, was the means of a few residents miss ing it. According to the present time-table the train leaves River stone at eleven minutes to twelve. Master Garrett, of Craven Park, had the misfortune to fall from a horse he was riding lately. Ac cording to the lad's statement, the horse stumbled, throwin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

IF YOU REALLY WANT FOB CHBISTMAS CHIC MILLINERY, CHOICE BLOUSES, PRETTY DRESSES, PERFECT FITTING CORSETS, BEST VALUE IN UNDERCLOTHING, LACES, GLOVES, PARACHUTES, OR ANY OTHER LINE IN DRAPERY, Pay a Visit to / " D. Holland For Gentlemen WE ABE SHOWING ¡ SUITS in Tweed, Serge, and Sergerette from 13/9. I NAVY STAFF SERGE TROUSERS, 3/11 per pair. LAWN TENNIS AND CRICKETING SHIRTS at 1/11, 2/11, 8/11. FELT HATS, the Latest Shapes, Fawn, Brown, Black, &c, -2/11, 4/11, and6/U. UNDERSHIRTS, from 8Jd. Ties, Braces, Initial Silk Eandkerchiefs, Collars, &c, A Choice Assortment. BOYS' SAILOR SUITS from 2/6. BLOUSES from 1/6. Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. SEND FOR A PRIOE LIST. D; HOLLAND-CO., Windsor md Newtown. BRITISH VERSUS BOERS. The CHEAPEST and BEST place for Boots and Shoes. CALL -A.T TBIiES - RICHMOND BOOT COMPANY, THE QUALITY OF OUR BOOTS ONLY CHANGES FOR THE BETTER, A Gool Fitting Boot or Shoe is the basis of an erect and graceful carriage. Our Ladies' Tan Summ...

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WINDSOR L. & D. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

WINDSOR L._&_D. SOCIETY. The last meeting of the session of tb Windsor L. and D Society was held o Monday nigbt, 31th, instant ; it havin been decided to dispense with the convei Bazione, which was to have been held o Tuesday next, owing to the nearness c the Christmas holidays, and the conse quent extra dutias of the Treasurer an Secretaries. Correspondence was read from th Secretary of the N. S. W. L. and I Societies Union, re the proposed inter club debate, and also with reference to ¡ lecture by Mr. Finney. With regard ti the former matter it was decided to accep the date selected by the visiting team viz., Tuesday, Kith January. It was however, considered advisable to defe; Mr. Finney s lecture, which the communi cation suggested, could bc held on th( following evening, the 17th January. The busineFs set down for Monda j night was, '' A ni^ht with Famous Authors." Several famous authors had been chosco, including DickinB. Tennyson, Shakespere, Meredith, and Gordon, anti...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

WISEMAN'S FERRÏ (From our own Correspondent.) Mr. Joseph Laughton has just ? recovered from a severe attack of illness. Mrs. M. Singleton is having her cottage thoroughly renovated both' inside and out. Mr. G. Greentree is the contractor. Senr.-Sergt. Boyd paid a flying visit to the Ferry on Saturday last, returning home again on Sunday: morning. Fish are getting very plentiful just now, and several good catches have been made lately by the local net fishermen. Mrs. Nagle has been making ex tensive improvements to her cot tage, having bad an almost new house made of the old place. Mr. Elder and his staff, from tte Electric Telegraph Department, ie camped at the Ferry repairing the telegraph lines. The number of tents erected in Mr. Kelly's paddock form quite a calico town. That energetic officer of the Har., bors and Eivers Department, Mr. Poole, to whom much praise is due for not working his staff overtime, has at last euceeeded in giving us a substantial temporary wharf. ^ The wea...

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CATTAI. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

CATTAI (From our o wu correspondent ) Mr. Jim Roberts bos one of the best patches of wheat grown this .year in tho dietrich, and intends leaving it for grain. Mr. Moore Mitchell recently lost a valuable chestnut horse between here abd Windsor, and although a diligent search has been mule the animal is still missing. Mr. Norman Hall has au excel lent crop of spuds, which give great promise of.a heavy yinld. A crop of hay harvested last week was also a very heavy crop. The farms and crops around here look splendid, and in fact have not looked better for many years. On tho lowlands tie maize crops are well advanced, and in the absence of floods a big yield is expected. We had a look in at Mr. W. Bowd ono day last week, and found him very busy among his bees In answer to a question he replied that iu order to prevent the bees fioin swanning the queen cells were destroyed, and this was the work that Mr. Bowd was carrying out when we found him. Mr. Bowd has something like 26 swarms of Ita...

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In Search of Gold. By the Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER V.—LEISURE. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

In Search oi Gold. By tlie Author of "A Bit of Flotsam." CHAPTER V-LEISURE. ( Continued}. Concious! That was much mc than they had hoped for. T men who had been so impatie with his tactics could not sufficient express their gratitude. The youi doctor was as indifferent to thc praise as to their blame. 1 It is a very interesting casi ?was his last remark, as he ran o to catch the train. 'So you wouldn't let me j ? home !' was Tim's affectiona greeting. His growling days we; over- He seemed very well sati fied with his surroundings-tl nurse included. * I mean to take you home !' e: claimed Cecil eagerly; 'that : what I am determined on.' The sick man smiled faintly ' The old horne is far away and ir distinct,' he murmured, 'Seave was very near. Then, cutchin sight of the tall, broad-shouldere form in the back-ground, ' But I had forgotten Peter. Fo you sake, lad, I'm glad. Yo can't afford just yet to lose ol Timi' ' You must not talk,' said Ceci tremulously. 'Let us'-givinj ^ "vent to...

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KURRAJONG. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

KURRAJONG. (From our own correspondent.) j The concert at North Bichmond on the 15 th instant, promises to be a great success.. The heat was very opressive during last week, as high as 105 degrees being registered. Mr. B. Skuthorp, senr., has been seriously ill for some time, as also is Mrs. McOloud. Their friends, | however, wish them a speedy re-j covery. i The orchardists are very busy with their summer fruit. Large quantities .are being seat by rail from Richmond railway station every week. Larrikinism has been carried on to a great extent during tho week. Our local " guardian of the law " had a great number of local lads before the Court on Thursday. It is time this sort of thing was stopped.

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LOWER HAWKESBURY. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

LOWER HAWKESBURY. (Prom our own correspondent.) Mr. Jonathan Byrnes' orchard, as; the result of hoing well cared for, looks very well, some of the orange trees are the .largest we have seen on the river. Mr. W. C. Brown and his son have again taken np their quarters at " Bonnie Doon," and intend dur ing the next month or two putting the orchaid into order. Some of the best orchards along the river are those belonging to Messrs. Laughton's, H. Douglas, N. and J. Greentree, and others, all of which are in splendid con dition and apparently well kept. Five persons around this part of the district-namely, Mrs. Nagle, Mr. T. Starkey, Mr. T. Watkins, Mr. John Laughton, senr., and Mr. George Douglas, average over 80 years of age, some of the number being close to the nineties. The so-called bridge across the creek at Singleton's Mill is at the present time in a most rickety and dangerous state, and unless some thing is done to it by way of re. pairs, it will before long be the cause of som...

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Richmond Borough Council [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

Richmond Borough Council The usual fortnightly meeting of tl above body was held at the Counc . Chambers on Wednesday last. - Present The Mayor.(Alderman J. W. Hill), ar Aldermen Cobcroft, Whitwell, Watso: Campbell, Selly and Bailey. The minutes of the previous meetit were rsad and confirmed. COBRESPONDENCK. From the Deputy Poetma6ter-Genera replying to a communication received c the 30th ultimo from the Council, i which they asked that late cablegrams i reference to the Transvaal war mi?ht I postedo i the notice board outside the loci Post Office. The writer of the letter ii formed the Council that the cablegram were not the property of the Postal D< partment, and therefore the Council request could not be compliad with.-R< ceived. From Mr. J, C. L, Fitzpatrick, on bi half of the family of the late Mr. J. J Fitzpatrick, acknowledging receipt o letter of condolence, an ) thanking th Council for same.-Beceived. From W. Holmes, secretary, Wate and Sewerage Board,...

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WINDSOR MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

WINDSOR MARKETS. Following, are the prices carrent at the Windsor Markets : £ s d £ s d Maize .. from O 3 O to 0 3 6 Oate. OOO 024 Bran ... OOO 0 0 ll Potatces ... OOO 060 Attention is directed to Mr. T. G Chaselings advertisement in this issue. Mr. Chaseling after 9 years residence at Wiseman's Ferry^ has established a very large business, which of late year has so increased, that he was recently compelled f o enlarge the Btore. : The trading boat Oapitains, which has been trading on the river for a long time, has been found to be two small to eofre.röth.i^ and afc *he pèsent time one o| Jfcho íarg est floating Btores in the colony is being built at the Ferry.

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SYDNEY FRUIT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

SYDNEY FBUIT MAKBBTS. The market continued heavily stocked with all kinds of fruits. Choice varieties were scarce, and in fair demand, while other quali ties were plentiful and dull. Apri cots were exceptionally plentiful, and cheaper. Jam manufacturers purchased large quantities of plums at ls to 3s per gin case. £ s d & a d Apples ... 0 5 0 to 0 10 0 Lemons ... 0 6 0 0 8 0 Oranges ... 0 3 6 0 15 fl ; Mandarins ... 0 9 0 0 10 0 Apricots ... 0 1 0 0 4 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

A WANTED. RESPECTABLE NUR8E-GIBL, Young. Apply, ADVOCATE Office. AGISTMENT. A' FINE GRAZING PADDOCK of 60 acres at CATTAI CREEK has I been thrown open for agistment purposes. Stock, ls per head. Apply, P. HORAN, or ADVOCATE Office. pwpUijY_PE CLUB, j THE ANNUAL MEETING of MEM BERS will bc held on the Race Course, at 3 p.m., on MONDAY, 16th JANUARY, 1900, for the tranaction of the following business : (1) To receive and adopt the Report of the out-going Committee and the Treasurer's Balance Sheet, (2) To elect Office-bearers for the the,n cnrrent year. (3) To transact any Ordinary Business of which due notice shall have been given me. - C. S. GUEST, Sec: H .R.C., Richmond. BicycleSporís! BiüpleSports! - TO BE HELD OM - WINDSOR PARK - ON - Jew Tear's Bay Splendid Programme! Splendid Programme! First Race (start 2.45 p.m.) PITZROr STAKES, half mile. Trophy presented by Mr. H. Smith, box of cigars, Entrance, 6d. Second Race (start 3 p.m ) WOODHILL'S STAKES, half-mile. Tro Ïhy presented ...

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That Noxious Weed. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

That Noxious Wee«*. We are in receipt of the following com munication f rom Mr. G. Valder, Princi pal of the Agricultural College, in answer to our request to furnish ns with particu lars of the weed which is overrunning the orchards and gardens in the Maroota and Lower Portland districts Hawkesbury Agricultural College, j Eichmond, 11th December, 1899. Dear Sir,-In reply to your letter of the 8th instant, forwarding a sample of weed, I have much pleasure in informing Îou that it appears to be a species of lobelia (one of the Campanulaoeae). It is a perennial, and poisonous to stock, but ordinary methods of cultivation should keep it down. There were no dowers or fruits on the sample, and the leaves and stems are too dry for accurate diagnosis, the^mlk of the specimen being roots. Fours faithfully. GEOBGE VALDEB, Principal.

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Richmond Police Court THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1899. (Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M., and Messrs. Lamrock, Turner, Mitchell, R. Skuthorp, W. B. Bowen, and J. Dunstan, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 15 December 1899

Richmond Police Court THÜBBDAT, DECEMBER 7, 1899. (Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M., and Messrs. Lamrock, Turner, Mitchell, R. Sku thorp, W. B. Bowen, and J. Dunstan, J.'aP.) There were four residents summoned for neglecting to register their dogs, and in each instance were fined 10s. and 4s. lOd. costs of court Seren cásea of riotous conduct were also heard, two of which were eventually withdrawn, the remainder being fined £2, witnesses expenses, 6s. 8d., and costs of court, Ss., in default seven days gaol. A cate of indecent language was also withdrawn«

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