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HOME FROM THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

HOME FROM THE WAB. Trooper GL H. Champion, formerly of the employ of Mr. H. fi. Hill, and a member of Bichmond half-equadron of lancers, arrived home on Monday last. He left in February last with the Commonwealth Contingent, and j was a passenger home in the Drayton Orange. Trooper W. Pye, formerly of the employ of Dr. Helsham, also came back in the same boat. They saw four burials at sea on the way home. The former came across a copy of the " Hawkesbury Herald" on the veldt, and it was eagerly sought for by other district boys at the front.

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

BILLIARDS. j The billiard tournament at the Bichmond School of Arts concluded ¡ on Friday irigjht last. In the Berni- 1

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PRESENTATIONS TO THE H.R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

PRESENTATIONS TO THE H.R.C. Mr. E. Skuthorp has presented the Hawkesbury Race Club with a paint ing of the champion race horse, "Veno," formerly owned by Mr. Skuthorp, sen. Veno was the cham pion of Australasia in 1857, and in that jear won a stake of 1000 guineas in Victoria. Mr. J. 0. Horn is fram ing the picture, which will be hung in the race club's room at the course. Mr. C. S. Guest is also making a presentation to the club of an oil painting of the famous racehorse " Segenhoe," who was bred by the late Mr. Andrew Town, at Hobartville. He was the winner of the Marybyr nong Plate, and the family to which he belonged was famous for the fact that they secured this great race four or five times in succession. The painting of the latter was executed by Mrs. 0. J. Kelly, formerly of Rich mond and now of Arncliffe, and is a clever piece of work.

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

OBITUARY. Tho death took place at Wollongong on Sunday last of Mrs. Egan, daughter of Mr. Michael Raper, of Windsor^ Tho deceased had been ailing for some time paBt, but no one ever suspected she would be cut off so quickly. She. was 45 years of age, and was highly respected by all who knew her. For a long time she kept the Commercial Hotel at Wollongong, and only a fen weeks ago paid a visit to Windsor, being then in the best of health. Sh« leaves seven children. The romaine were brought to Windsor on Monday afternoon last, and laid to rest in the Windsor R.C. Cemetery. The funeral was represented by the leading resi« dents of the town. The coffin, which was a beautiful polished cedar with silver mountings, was covered with floral tributes. The pallbearers were Messrs. B. Hall, M L.A., A. D. Fowler, D. Holland, J.P., and W. C. Barker. The Rev. Father Macdonnell officiated at the grave, and Mr. T, Primrose carrie'' out the funeral arrangements. The untimebj? death of Richard Hutchin...

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

KURRAJONG. Comleroy road is suffering now with the ping-pong fever. A club has been j formed, and it is intended to have a table made of the proper dimensions and placed in the " club room " at Mr. I. McMahon's. A tournament was held at Mr. E. Hennessy's residence on Saturday, a great number of ladies* and gentlemen being present. Some very enthusiastic and exciting games j were_ played. A full report will be found under "Sports and Pastimes." Lovers .of a good horse will hear with regí jt that Mr. Harry Gill, of j Wheeny <|reek, has lost "his magni ficent draught mare. She was feed ing alon¿ the bank 'of the creek last j ppwloüt ., " ,2r.I".i,. UïùlM&muontor Whé^lia£t«at crops of ^orn were harvested, but Mr. GiU'é lo* un Sunday will take away a veryoonejfderable amount of the profit off this ¡yjfcí's work. Blaxláhd's Bidge School is about to be renovated, and not before it was required. . If the contractor (Mr. Sheen) takes away ail the wood damaged by white ants...

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

THE GUN. Ono of tbe most successful pigeon matches held in thé district for a long time was that organised by Mr. J. H Eagles, of the Fitzroy hotel, on Satur day afternoon last. The prize was^ö. and it was shot for on the old con vincing ground in Farlow's paddock, where years ago lots of big matches were held, and the crack shots of td«' State met. Mr. Eagles is to ba com plimented on the success of the ^ shoot," and the manner in which everything was carried out. Fourteen knights of the trigger competed, most of them taking two nominations and others " starring," so that tho actual nominations amounted to thirty. Mr. Harry Hogers supplied the birds, which wherfl a clinking lot. From tho opening round,to the finish they took ivell to wing, and it was admitted by all that they wore the best lot trapped in Windsor for many a day, ¡some clever first and second barrel were recorded, and in many instances shooters had hard luck through tluir birds-riddled with shot - getting outside bou...

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

mond teams, jars. Oitt«on,*Hiw Hall, Hiss Callaghan, and Mr. :%ni%Lwent over from Windsor, and were'enter tained at afternoon tea, Fonisomee wore played, the winners being Mrs. Collett and Kev. J. J. Fergusson and Miss Hall and Mr. Musson second. There were a great many players pre sent, and a pleasant afternoon was spent. v

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

DRAUGHTS. Sen-Constable Illingworth, of Richmond, haB presented to the Windsor School of Arts, a handsome draught board and set of men. It was one of three that Mr. Illingworth imported from England, and cost over £1. It is made of rosewood and holly, vand is splendidly finished. Mr. Illingworth is a great enthusiast, and j 4 a champion at the game.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

BIFLE SHOOTING. " A " Windsor Coy. Eifle Club held a practice on Saturday afternoon la^t, when the following were the five highest scorers : - 500yds 600yds Tl. StafL-Sergt. Duke 33 31 G4 Corp. Gilbert .. 28 29 57 Capt. Paine .. 30 25 55 Pto. A.^Mellish.. 32 23 55 Pte. A. Butler .. 22 28 50

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[?] SUNDAY AUGUST 17. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

St. Matthew's, Windsor, il «Dd 7, Ber. ft^lBl a. Fielding. j mk fit. Peter's, Richmond, Il »nd 7, BOT. j/ M HoweJl-Price, Eural Dean, ' '~W St. Paul's, Agnes Banks, 8.80 pjn. .18 Vineyards, 8.30 p.m., Mr, L. Barnett SI ? North Eiohmond, ll ; St. Stephen's, 8, ;1 Heights?, fä St Albans, 7, Ber. H. W.. Bogers. Wal- ? lambyne Common, ll, Kev. H. W. Bogers. 7| Oentral Macdonald, 8, Bcv. H. W, Rogers, - ¿ Wiseman's Ferry, 8, Mr. J. T. Marx. 4* BOMAN CATHOLIC. ' ? $ Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock ; 2nd Mass, 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions, 7 o'clock. Rev. B. McDonnell. *a METHODIST. _ Windsor, ll, Mr. A. Williams ; 7, Bev. ]*§ NV, Winspear. Richmond, ll, Mr. M. Myers. 3 7, Supply. North Bichmond, ll, llev. 3. NV; ^ | NVinspear, Kurrajong, 2.30, Eev. J. W. -¿n NVinspear. Wilberforce, 3, Mr. A. Williams -^m Sackville, ll, Rev. J. Colwell ; 7, Mr.O. <¡ NVoodhouse. Lower Portland, 2.30, Bev. J, -J Colwell. Leet's Vale, ll, Mr. J. Lect. Colo, 1 2.30, Mr. M. C Hcrps. Lower Hawkesbury, J...

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

Wow's This? J- JJ--LU "HAWKESBURY HERALD" Advertisers Are requested to make a Mental Note of this fact. We look alter our Advertisers well. Their advt«, are Artistically Set, and are distributed amongst the Reading Mattery there fore, they are seen-read -digested. HAS NOW A CIRCULATION OF 1.000 ! ......

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

VINEYARDS. At about 10,30 last Friday night Mr. Byram's dwelling burst into flames, but a number of neighbours came promply to the rescue, and the fire was soon subdued. Most of Mr. Byram's personal effects were saved, and altogether the damage was not so great as it was first feared would be the case.

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

caw will do. P " , ' , Tierè «ré a great many patches of green stuff around here that promise to do well if waget rain, The farmers are making preparations for ^planting their maize, but without rain >t would be useless, The recreation ground looks well, and the young trees have itood tho long spell of dry weather very well, The tennis court is kept engaged by our local enthusiasts, who axe practis ing to meet the Sackvilleites on (he S8rd.

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

THÊ3 HAWKESBURY HERALD . . . . Windsor . . An Excellent I Advertising . Medium . . . Oar Job Printing ia a Work of Art and as Cheap as the Oily. The Live . . Local Journal and District. Gazetteer . . Zs M Per Quarter. START ANY TIME ! Ü_. PINKSTONE COLLISON, Proprietors.

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

; MANGjlVE. A race meeting was held at Poplin Creek, near Mangrove, on Saturday last, and passed off successfully^ It was the first meeting : ever beldábate, and attracted a big crowd. ffiPlrus Kelly was the ozganiser, and much of the success of the meeting was due to him. The officials-were :-Handi cappers, Messrs. E. North, W. Wood bury, and T. Atkins ; judge, Mr. W. Craft Following are the results : DISTRICT RACK, G. Kelly's Veno, Sst 71b. 1 j W. Craft's Elsie, lOst, 2 ; A. J. Kelly's Carbine, 9st 71b, 8. E. Woodbuiy'e Rain bow (dst) also started, .. CORONATION HANDICAP, M. Forbes' Woodlark, list, 1 ; W, draft's Elsie, lOst, 2 ; A. J. Kelly's Carbine, 9ft 71b, 3. Á. Bose's Led Astray also started.- ' POPLIN HANDICAP, à. J. Kelly's Carbine, 9st 71b, 1 ; B. Woodbury's Rainbow, «st. 2 ; W. Craft's Elsie, I0st,3. fi. Kelly's Cosmos (lost 71b) aI"o started. OPEN STAKES, M. Forbes' Woodlark, list. I ; A. J. Kelly's Carbine, 9st 7lb, i ; A. Bose's Led Astray 10st, 8. J. Rose's Eclat als...

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WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

WISEMAN'S FERRY. On Sunday last the antics of an individual with a bike, who camped ia a very remote spot overlooking the Perry, were watched by Constables Loóme» and McCarthy. At day light on Monday morning he got the asnal questioning and overhauling. Everything being satisfactory, he was let proceed on his way. Mr. T. A. Jarrett, tailor, from Riverstone, paid the Ferry his usual monthly visit this week. He journeyed up and down the river, and did good biz. For some time past Mr. Denny O'Brien has been annoyed through some animal pull ing the bark off his fruit trees. He came to the conclusion that it was the hare, but his orchard being enclosed with a good wire netting fence, be could not understand how they got in, so he kept a close watch. He was at last repMd for bis trouble by see ing two bares running along the fence. He made after them, and bad the satisfaction of seeing how they pet out. His old milker campB in one corner of the fence, and they jump on her back and scratch...

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The Public Wants. WHAT OUR MEMBER 18 DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

1 ===== ¡ The Public Wanto. WHAT OUR MEMBER 18 DOING. » Hr. Brinsley Hall, Member for the » Hawkesbury, has kindly furnished us t" with copies of departmental oorres > pondence, of which we give a digest ? below.

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DRAINAGE OF BOGGY WHEENY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

; üßAINAGEOFBOGGYWHEENY. t From same department, io reply to I re .the drainage of Boggy Wheeny . Creek, for which the Minister has [ approved of a grant of £70, stating , that the money will be available at , once.

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PAYMENT OF SUBSIDY TO THE RICHMOND COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

? PAYMENT OF SUBSIDY TO THE > RICHMOND COUNCIL. f From Public Works Department, referring to personal representation r respecting payment to the Richmond 5 Council of the balance (£12 10s) of 3 subsidy for expenditure on minor roads leading to the borough, and ' giving information that the Minister ", has directed the amount in question to be made available now and that ^ to letter enclosing a communication from the Upper Colo and Wheeny ' Creek P.A., asking for the metalling of a portion of the Blaxland's Ridge j via Moran's to head .of Colo Road, B near the one-mile post, and,that the B work be carried out by day labor, 1 stating that tenders are now being in r vi ted for the metalling of the portion t referred to ; also, as only metalling is j required, it is not the class of work which can be profitably carried out by day labor, but it is thought -, that the majority of the unemployed j in the locality will, find work at pro ¡. curing and breaking the metal under the contract...

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£500 For One Shilling. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 15 August 1902

£500 For Ona Shilling. It ÍE not often an opportunity occurs of making £600 with an outlay of one shilling. This is the chance offered by the Eight-How Graod Art Union, who are piting prises valued at £1, 250, of which the first is £500. the second £100, and the third £60, with 142 other prices in value down toa £1. The Art Union has the sanction of the Attorney General, and the drawing ot the priAs will be conducted as formerly in the presence of our leading politicians at the 8?dney Town HalL Hr. fi. A. Pye, of George-street Windsor, hu bees Appointed locU agent for ttejjfeofttokegjr^^^^^^^-^

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