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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 8 August 1902

THANKS. CONSTABLE COPAS, of Windsor, desires to gratefully acknowledge the spontan- eous kindness displayed towards him by those gentleman who contributed towards the fund to pay the costs of the verdict of the recent action against him in the Wind- sor District Court, and who also signed the address accompanying the money. He desires especially to thank Mr. J. J. Paine for the part taken by that gentleman in   the matter, and for the kindness shown   by him in many other ways.

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Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

Small Debts Court. (Before same.) A few oases were called, but they had all been settled.

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[?] Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST, [?] (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., J. Ross and W. Hull, J.P. MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

Alice Matilda Oónlou v. Hugh Boland Conlon. The information waa to the effect that for and during the past fourteen days defendant {efl; petitioner-jus lawful wife -; without means of support. Mr. McCauley for plaintiff, Mr. Paine for defendant. Plea caused to show. Mr. Paine was sure their honors would agree' with him that it Was desirable if possible that a settlement of the case should be effected in pre ference to going into evidence. The wife was against the husband and the children against the father. He would do all he oould to bring about a settlement. On behalf of the defend ant he offered 10/- a week for the support of the wife alone. It was a question whether the children could proceed against the father in this case or not. Mr. McCauley could not accept the offer. His client would take £2 a week to settle everything ; and the children would not proceed. It was a terrible family trouble, and he had no desire to go into the faots of the case. The defendant could not expect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

A. GRIMWOOD. .A. FEW Special Lines ^-OTO CLEAR. FLANNELETTES. Black and White Reversible, at 4%d Bed and Black Reversible, at 4}d Tartan Plaids, at 5¿d Blouse Patterns, at 5Jd Blouse Patterns, formerly 9d, now 6J<i Striped Patterns, from 3¿d FLANNELS. Fink Edge Electoral Flannels, all wool, from I0£à yard Welsh Flannels, from lld yard HOSIERY. Ladies' and Children's Ribbed Cash mere Hosiery, Double KneeB, at 5 lld pair Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, 4¿d Children's Ribbed Hose, 6d DRESS GOODS. Double Width Costume Cloths, from 6¿d Double Width Serges, 7jd Colored Bengalenes, from ls 6d A Few' Pairs of Blankets to be Cleared at Wholesale Prices at GRIMWOOD'S. SHEETINGS. Special Value, 72 inch Unbleached Sheeting, 10£d per pard Twilled Sheeting, 72 incb, at ls yard 80 inch Twilled, ls 2d yard Wbite Calicoes, at 2s lld, 3s 6d, 3s lld, 48 lld, and os ll per di zen AT GRIMWOOD'S. LADIES' CORSETS. Special Value in O.B. Corsets, UBual price 4e lld, now 3s 3d pair. All Sizes. LADIES' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

-FOE THE- 'kf HAWKESBURY . . ^ . HERALD, Windsor \. -R. A, Pye " F. A. Clements Richmond ... J. C. Horn North Richmond W. G. Ro6s Riverstone .... L. J. Barling " ... 0. Davis liousoHill ." A. Whitling Sydney Gordon & Gotch " Federal Press Agency " ... Reuter's Melbourne Gordon & Gotch London Gordon & Gotch The above are authorised io receive subscriptions, advertise ments, &c., for " The Hawkes bury Herald." PINKSTONE^" 0OLLÍS0N, PfiOPEIETOBS. WANTED. PINKSTONE & COLLISON have clients for 50 or ICO head of cattle, from 18 months to 4 juara old-sound heifers, cows steers, 4M. Also, a GOOD TENAVT for an Oichard or Farndon the liver, 40 or 60 acres.

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LOCALE GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

LOCALE GENERAL ITEMS. way employees ! Settlers, read report of Mr. Potts's lecture ! It is worth preserving for future reference. The Windsor School of Arts ought to try and arrange with Mr Potts to give a lecture. We would suggest a moonlight night to suit the farmers Mr. Potts desires us to state that he would be only too happy to test the herds of any dairy farmer in the dis riot, and give exact evidence as to the butter-producing capacity of each animal. Further, be would lend the bottles and necessary appliances for securing the eamples. WADE'S WOBM FIGS, the wonderful Worm Worriers, are always effective, ls. boxes* The Windsor council meeting called for Wednesday night lapsed for want of a quorum. Those who put in an appearance were Aid. Paine (Mayor), Taylor, Berckelman, and Hasrnabus. The business-paper was not a press ing one. No reply from the Minister yet te the opening 'up of South Greek. On the same day that the Windsor council were in Sydney re the creek the Mayor, int...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY MARKETS. ' Thursday. The supply forward for to-day's sale was limited to a few trucks of general produce. There was a large attendance of buyers, who operated freely in every line except seed potatoes, which were neglected. The inquiry for chaff was again strong, further record * prices being realised for all makes. Ordinary prime green wheaten sold at 8/3, inferior at 6/7, and good straw var ieties at 5/11 per cwt. Luceme hay of good medium sample, in truss, commanded ready sale at 9/2 per cwt. Owing to extreme scarcity the demand for oaten hay was very keen, the only truckload to hand being placed at the record price of 9/ per cwt. Inferior straw, in bundles, was taken at the high price of 2/10 per cwt. Pollard moved off freely at 1/7^ per bushel. Following are the quotations : Eggs 1/4 per dozen ; bacon 9{d to lOjd per lb ; barley 4/3 to 1.0 per bushel : maize 6/ per bushel ; peas 5/ to -7/9 per bushel; chickwheat 4/6 to 4/8 per bushel ; oats 3/7 per bushel ; f...

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[?] THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

' , '1 i I ) \ 11 , ^ » I ! I ! ! I famines J^r^uV'8pribg>:-uääoK\aoj 'fifli^rday/;.äOi^^D'^:i''fiirö^ji^ .aha "io-: dude the "following "events :- Park Stakes, a handicap'of'50 sov,, with a. sweepstakes of 1 sov. each for starters added ; second horse 10 s&ya. from the prize ; for all horses which have not won an advertised prize of the value of 45 sovs. at the time of starting. 1 mile. The Flying Handicap, of 50 sovs., with a sweepstakes of 1 sov. each for starters added ; second horse lti sovs. from the prize; 6 furlong*. The Etawkesbury-Spring Handicap, of 100 sovs., with a sweepstakes of 2 sovs each for starters added ; second horse 20 sovs ; and third horse 10 sovs. from the prize ; 1¿ mite and 100 yards. The Welter, a handicap of 50 sovs. with a sweepstakes of I sov. each for starters added ; second horse 10 sovs. from the prize; lowest weight not loss than 8st 71b ; 6 furlongs. The Steward's Mile, a handicap ot 50 sovs., with a sweepstake? of 1 sov. each for start...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

Windsor Markets. SALE DAYS : TUESDAYS^ -AND ^SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHA BP. All Kinds of Produce, Fruit, Poultry, Cattle, Furniture, &c-, &c, sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER. ALFRED RANGER, AUCTIONEER, LAND, ESTATE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, VALUATOR, AUDITOR, & ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. £10,000 to Lend on Approved Security in sums from £200 upwards at Reasonable Interest. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED. COTTAGES TO LET. COTTAGES and HOUSES FOB SALK FARMS and ORCHARDS FOR PRIVATE SALE. I®- Persons Investing or Selling would benefit themselves by Consulting the Under signed, either at PITT-STEEEr (back of Court House), -OB Auction Mart, GEOEGE-ST., WINDSOR ULLFEED RANGER.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

. FOOTBALL. The lonpr looked for football match between tho two Windsor teams Juuiors and Rovers-took place on Saturday afternoon last, and attractod a largo gathering of spectators. The ; Juniors won the toss, and decided to defend the northern goal Tho Rovers opened ttys play by kicking the ball into tho Juniors three-quarter lino, from whence IS. Ho?kissun made a desperate charge, knocking Tommy Debay out of liuunds. The' ball was j soon worked into tho Rovers' twenty- j five, when W. iioss, eeeuring the ball from the scrum, made a good run to within five j ards of tho touch line, when he was stopped by Connell, j From a good-pass, however. Cobcroft got hold of the, ball, and scored a try - 3 to nil. 0. Callaghan attempted to kick a goal, hut tailed. During the remaiuder of the first half of the game, the ball was kept entirely in the Rovers' twenty-live. Tho Hovers played well, but were very weak in passing. Cobcroft, Hall, and Hus kisson made several good runs, but failed to sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

A. A. Woods {CARE OP H. B. HILL), RICHMOND, IS the LOCAL AGENT for BENNKTl' & WOODS' CELEBBATBD BICYCLES, aad is prepared to receive orders for any style of SPEEDWELL Machine from £13 10s to £23 10B. These Machines are con sidered the BEST IN THE WOiLD, and persons thinking of buying should see A. A. W before gMng elsewhere. ' Any Trial Given Repairs Executed. Sundries Kept in Stock. Second-hand Machines for Sale. CASE, or EASY TIME PAYMENT. NOTE THE ADDRESS : MARCHAT., RICHMOND.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

CRICKET. A meeting takes place at the Royal Exchange hotel to-night to form a cricket club In order that a re presentative club should be formed, a big roll-up oí those interested is requested. A meeting was held last Tuesday evening at the Traveller's liest Hoîel, North Richmond, when a cricket club was formed, to bo known as the North Rjcumond 0. C. About a dozen gave their names in as members, and there is every promise of a strong club being formed, A meeting was held at Mr. G. N. Kilduff's shop, Richmond, on Tuesday evening last, w hen the 1\ ich mond half holiday 0. 0. was re organised. Mr. Waldor occupied the chair. Mr. W. Biddle was elected eecretary, and Mr. G. N. Kilduff treasurer. The fee for tiio season was fixed at 4s. A meeting of the Lower Portland 0. 0 was held in Mr. Lowe's hall on Tuesday night last. Mr. li. Lowe occupied the chair. The following officers w ere elected for tho seaeou : Patron, Mr. B. Hall, M.L.À. ; presi dent, Mr, li. Lowe ; vice-presidents, Messrs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

MASS EY-H AR RIS HIGH-GRADE F ABM MACHINERY. Massey-Hamsi f Stripper Harvester Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery Brantford Mowers Hay Bakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring - Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 disc, 14 disc Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Boufflers-various sizes and styles Plows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star" Binder Twine ^Traction Engines and Threshers 1SSEV-PP CO., Lifted, 35 Bnntwq, Sydney. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. RENEW THE S Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures, GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT-STEBET, SYDNEY. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, G-BOKOE-.ST., WIHDSOB,' BEG to announce to the Residents ot the Hawk e sbury District that it i their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose of Property in any ...

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The Hawkesbury Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUG, 15, 1902. DAIRYING IN THE HAWKESBURY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUG, 15, 1902. DAIRYING IN THE HAWKES BURY DISTRICT. The lecture given on Friday night last by the Principal of the Hawkes bury Agricultural College should iveeive careful consideration. Mr. Po! ta comes to us accredited with all the experience gained throughout the Victorian butter industry, from its inception down to its present splendid position-a position that leads New South Wales by a long way. And the experience he has gained on lands equal in point of character and value to those we have in-our immediate neighbourhood not only on the flats, but also on the hills-goes to show him that there is an excellent opening here for the profitable adoption of dairying in .combination with the existing me thods of cultivation. The majority of farmers claim that dairying cannot possibly give a return from land on which a rental of £2 an acre has to be paid ; but the con vincing figures furnished by Mr. Potts-figures of undoubted source -;ire distinct evidence that a mine...

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EBENEZER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

EBENEZER. The little swamp has been the cause of some stir in local circles lately, on account of a rumour that somebody wanted to buy it. Petitions against its sale have been signed by both Wilberforce and Ebenezer resi dents, and have been presented by the Member to the Minister. On Wednesday a deputation went down to the Under-Secretary and asked for the land to be leased to the adjoining selectors. The work of snagging Addy's Creek, for which Mr. Hall got £75 granted, commenced on Monday, and already good headway has been made. The contractors-there are four-are MesBrs. Case, Geo. Bennett, John Turnbull, and E. Turnbull; and all the work is being done by local men.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

RICEMONB_ BAIRT. (PROPRIETOR) BIÎGS to inform the Residents of Rich mond that he has purchased the above Business from Mr. 3. H. Williamson, ana respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. I THE RICHMOND DAIRY HEED U Recognised as the Best in the District, and the PO BEST MILK in any quantity can be Snpplied. Cart rons round Richmond twice daily. [PURE MD UNADULTERATED.

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MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

MARSDEN PARK. Rev. G. Manning occupied the pulpit in the Presbyterian church on Sunday, and during the service read the proclamation with refer ence to the crowning of the King. Owing to the increase of work in the school, Mr. L. Lawson's salary has been raised. Mrs. G. S. Kiss's brother, Mr. J. R. Hardie, purchased two of the late Mr. Ricbards's racehorses-Baccarat (230 guineas) and Aurantia (370 g.). Mr. Haywood recently disposed of his business at Paddington, and is now residing at his residence here. Arthur Hadlington, a son of the popular manager of the Grantham Poultry farm, fractured his leg ?above ythe ankte whilst playing in í the schoahground |ast week. _______

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RIVERSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

\J ^ ) 1 Or1 is getting «long splendidly, He bas left tue hospital. A surprise party was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. F. Tancred on Friday evening last. At about 7.30 p.m. lö couples met at Mr. O. Davis1 corner and journeyed to the residence pf Mr. Tancred. When the party arrived there Mr. and Mrs. Tancred were just preparing for their night's rest. An adjournment was then made to the Oddfellow*' Hall, where dancing, songs, games, &c, were indulged in untÜ 3 a.m., when tho party broke up, everyone having enjoyed themselves thoroughly. - It is rumoured tha{> the heads of the local meat works are trying to arrange with the Windsor Borough Council for the supply of water for the works. This would be a throw-in for the Windsor water supply, as close on £3 worth of water would be wanted daily. It is not likely that a cricket club will be formed here this season. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Riverstone Lodge, GU.O.O.F, will be held at the Lodge' room to morrow night, when f...

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LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

LOCAL EEQÜIEEMEÑTS. On, Friday last a deputation from the Ulverstone Progress Association, consisting of seven members, together with Mr. B. Hall, M.L A., met the officer which the Ballway Cominis eionèrs promised a previous députa tion they would send to Riverstone to inquire into their wants. Inepector Kilnane was tho officer selected. He arrived by the 10.30 a.m. train from Sydney, and was introduced to the deputation by Mr. W. Allon, local stationmaster. They explained to the inspector what was required, and he promised to lay the matter before the Commissioners. The first question waB the weighbridge. After a lot of talk the officer told them that it would be a costly job, and by the records of their books the produce and stuff lo be weighed did not warrant the outlay, and he did not think it would be granted. The second question was the opening of the yard gates until G p.m. during the summer, as at present. The officer thought it would J-je granted, provided that it was for t...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

TENNIP. . The Marsden Park and WindaorJ teams nieta to-muriow afternoon on the former's cuurt. Xj On Saturday last a tennis match1 was ¡ilaj'ed between teams representing; Windsor a d Richmond on tho courts of th« latter, and resulted in a wini for Windsor bj-18 game j. Following ara the scores : - Poimore and Fowler v. Stewart anjj Street 6-3. j Podmore and Fowler v. Stewart art$ Street. 3-Ö, Podmore and Fowler v. Pitt aud Barry, ii -X Tod more and Fowler v. Pitt and liarryj 5 -6. * - Podmore and Fowler v. Pitt and Barry, 0-3. Podmore and Fowler v. Pitt and Barry 6-3. Ward and Lobbin v. Pitt and Barry G-2, Ward and Lobbin v. Pitt and Barry 3-6. Ward and Lobbin v. Stewart and Street 6-4. Ward and Lobbin v. Stewart and Street 6-5. . ? Ward and Lobbin v. Stewart arid Street 4-6'. * r Ward and Lobbin v. Stewart and Street 6-3. ' Windsor :,8 sets, 63 games; Richmond: 4 sets, 50 games,

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