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"D" COY. RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
"D" GOX RIFLE CLUB. The second of a series of six com petitions for the N.B.A. silver medal, was shot off by the members of the above club, when some tall scoring was done. The score of 69 out of the possible 70 is the tallest score yet put up on this range The second shot at the 500yds missed the bull by about 1 inch. The following were the scores made. 500yds 600yds Tl Corp Brooks " 84 85 69 Bug Reay 31 26 60 Pte Boughton 30 28 58
Cricket Meetings. WINDSOR JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
WINDSOR JUNIOR CRICKET CLUB. A. meeting convrned by Mr. F. W. Collison waa held at the Boyal Ex change Hotel on Friday evening last, for the purpose of forming a cricket club in Windsor during *he coming season. There were present Messrs A. D. Fowler (who waa voted to tho chair;, B. Ward, Keg. Fowler, W Cupitt, A. Maguire, N. Cupitt, W H. Melville, 6. Cobcroft, H. Bowman, I. Higgins. P. ] 1 ull, and tho convener. After some discust-ion^it was moved by Mr. Maguire, seconded by Mr. Ward, and carried, " That a club bo formed, to be known as the Windsor Junior 0.0." The annual subscription was fixed at 7/6, payable in advance. ELECTION OF OI'MCEKS. The following officers were elected for the eeaeon :.-Patron, Mr. B. Hall, M. L A. ; president, Mr. A. I). Fow ler ; vice - presidents, Bev. Father McDonnell, Messrs J. J. Paine (Mayor of Windsor), G\ McCauley, R. B. Walker, J". T. Tebbutt, C. J Fors berg, A. H. Melville, and W. H. Dean; joint secretaries, MOSTS Pod more and W. BOBS; treasure...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
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COLO CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
COLO C KICKET CLUB. A meeting of the above was held at Mr. W. Moran's on Tuesday night, 12th inst., the object thereof being to make preliminary arrangements for the forthcoming season. The attend ance was rather small, only about a dozen members putting in an appear ance ; but the night was very cold and unpleasant, and, therefore, the absentees might readily be excused. Proceedings were suspended till 8.30 - ad hour and a half after the apponited time of meeting-in the hope that more of the members might roll up. During this delay the " knights of the willow " regaled themselves at inter vals with William Joneß' "orange stimulant," which beverage never fails to enliven matters, np matter how Woodbury, in the absence of the treasurer, to read a statement of the club's financial position, which state ment showed that the club was in a very satisfactory position. Following are the chief minutes of the meeting : Proposed by Matt. Woodbury, and carried, That the subscription for the fo...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
TENNIS. The Windsor Superior Public School and Marsden Patk Tennis Clubs mot on the latter's court on Saturday afternoon last, and after a very close contest, the visitors were defeated by one game, the scores being Marsden Park 40, Windsor 39. The visitors were entertained at afternoon tea, provided by Mrs. Witts, and altogether a very pleasant time was spent. Following are the scores : Mr. R. Fowler and Miss Holland v Mr. T. Lobban and Miss Maclean, 3-6 Mr. G. Podmore and Miss Macintosh v. Rev. Manning and Miss Thomas 6-2. Mr. F. Broughton and Mies GoBper v. Mr. E. Witts and Miss Maclean, 6-2. Mr. F. Bassett and Miss Ma-den v. Mr. L. H. Witts and Mies Thomas, 3-6. Mr. F. Broughton and Mr, G. Pod more v. Mr. T. S. Lobban and Rev. Manning, 4- 6. Miss Holland and Miss Macintosh v. Mies Maclean and Mrs. Witts. 6-4. Mr. li. Fowler and Miss Gosper v. Mr. E. Witts and Miss Tomas 6-2 Mr. F. I troughton and Miss Marden v. Rev. Manning and Miss Maclean 2-6. Mr. B. Fowler and Mr. G. Podmore ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
FOOTBALL. j The Windsor Juniors journeyed to Richmond on Saturday last and played a return match with the H. A.. College H's. George Cobcroft captained the Juniors, and, winning the toss, de fended the northern goal. From the kick-off B. Kali mada a good run into College twenty-five. Shortly after O. Callaghan kicked a field goal-4 to nil. Towards the end of the first half Cobcroft secured a try, which was converted into a goal by 0. Callaghan -9 to nil. The second half of the game was in the College quarters, and the Juniore simply did as they liked. O. Callaghan made several good runs, each time getting within a few yards ¡ of the touch line. Cobcroft secured another try by intercepting a throw-in by the College, but an attempt at goal failed-12 to nil. B. Hall, after a good run along the line, secured a try -16 to nil. Towards the close of the game Cobcroft again scored from a good pass in, making his third try during the game, and the Juniors' total 18 to nil. The Windsor Junior...
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
? SPORTS AND PASTIMES. THE TUßP. Following axe the entries for th&lt; the spring meeting of the Hawkesbury Race Club on the 30 inst.: Park Stakes, one mile.-Capertee, Oblivion, Swanson, Tiger Lily. Mac leay, Zeninn, Bengal, The Future, Mil iano, Steeibusk, Merry Jest, Oseina, Beaufleur, Chronograph, Philadelpue, M.L.D., Buella, Mendoza, Larking. Flying Handicap, six furlongs - Invasion, Skein Dhu, Speculum, Hey day, Milos, Saida, Suzerain, Alannab, Baccarat, Caroline, Patronise, Black wing, Juindo, Canadian, Dum Dum, Victory, Graf nell, St. Mars. Hawkesbury Spring Handicap, miles and 100 yards -Still Water, Sir Leonard, Warrior IL, Graftwell, Lucknow, Ambition, Bedeemed, Winoline, Lord Middleton, Patronise, Spirea, The Maine, Kinglock, Abbots The Welter, six f urlongs.--Invasion, Equator, Glenara, Swanson, Cham pion, To-Morrow, Macleay, Bengal, Cornhill, Metalman, Lord Roberts, High Jinks, Planet, Perfect, Clangour, Beaufluer, Juindo. Cambooya II, Grafnell, Mendoza, The Whal...
Laying Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Laying Competition. It has been decided to continue the laying competition for twelve months, provided a sufficient number of the competitors desire to go on. The records for a full year will afford valuable comparisons. Mr. H. W. Potts, principal of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and Mr. 1). tí. Thompson, the poultry expert, are anxious that the test ßhould be ex tended. Of course, the prizes already , announced will be paid at the termina tion of the six months, and provision will be made for others for the second term.
High Price of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
High Price of Meat. Á grazier ia the Albury .district has refused an offer of £20 per head for 100 bullocks on the station. Uuwards of Ô00 head of cattle have been pur chased on the border of the Sydney market at high' rates. A pen of bullocks was sold at the last Albury ' market at £15 a head, and were trucked to Sydney, where they realised £24 per head. Butchers have raised the price of prime cuts of beef to 9d per lb. Owing to the high price of meat there has been quite a boom among rabbiter*, and it is re ported that men working in the locality are making from £5 to £10 per week. About 14,000 pairs of rabbits were despatched from "one district station, to Sydney in one week.
Windsor Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Windsor. Bridge. It may not be generally known that Wednesday last was the 28th anniversary of the opening of Wind sor bridge. We gleaned this infor mation from Mr. John Ford, who has lived near the bridge for over 31 years, during which time some great changes have taken place. The bridge -that, is the old one, of which the lower cylinders of the present bridge formed part-was commenced on July 13, 1871, and was completed and officially opened on August 20, 1874. During the course of its construction the district was subjected to thirteen floods, and owing to alterations made by the Government, the contractors were kept on the work for over three yean. At the official opening, one of the largest gatherings ever seen in the historic borough assembled, and the event was celebrated with great eclat The Hon. J. Sutherland de clared the bridge officially opened. In the afternoon a banquet was held at the School of Arts, and the school children were entertained in what is now known as Fa...
Mulgrave Pump. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
The amotmt^fwiter drawn from the publie well by teams and others is very great. Some few weeks ago a sum of money^was subscribed by the users of the^jBll to renovate it. The holes rountt about have been filled with metal Abdjsand, which was taken out of the well. That is all that has been done to it. In a very ahort time things. $¿11. be woree than ever. The wastewater still runs in the same place, keeping the old holes wet and muddy.;; Had the ground been made to slope 4own the hill in front of the trough, instead of out, this difficulty would haye been evaded. The bottom valve has not been acting for months; the. hose pipe is too short and worn oui, and the tap leaks badly. Could not the proverbial "stitch in time'J ]be made now? It is some time since the money was collected, and noone seemB to know how much or where it has gone. Is it usual for public money to be spent without the people knowing how? Ought not the trustees publish a statement, or at least, tell the people what ha...
The Richmond Bridge. COMES BEFORE THE THE HOUSE. MINISTER'S MOTION CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
The Richmond Bridge. COMES BEFO-HE THE HOUSE. MINISTER'S MOTION CARRIED. In the Assembly on Wednesday night, The Minister for Works moved, That it is expedient that the con struction of a bridge over the Hawkerbury River at Richmond, at a cost not exceeding £22,000, as referred by the Legislative As sembly to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works, be carried out, subject to the modification recommended by the said committee." He said the work was very much needed. The old bridge over the Hawkesbury at Richmond had been there for 43 years, and now showed signs of decay. It was not strong enough for the heavy traffic passing over it. The original proposal was for a high level bridge to cost £60,000. Then there was a proposal for a bridge to cost £40,000, but the Public Works Committee recom mended that the cost should not be so high. Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick said that¡ while not opposiug a bridge at Richmond, he thought the prac ticability of constructing a railway to t...
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. XV. KIOTO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
A Trip to tlje Land of tlje Rising Sun. [BY J. H. MITCHELL ] xv. KIOTO. We reached the above city without incident, and immediately put up at the Kioto Hotel. Having seen a great many temples and shrines during our perigrinations, and hav ing yet to visit the city of temples (Nikvio), we decided not to visit any of these attractions here, but to de vote the short time at our disposal tó places of more interest to us. The shops in Kioto are perhaps the most attractive in Japan, especially th£» pottery, porcelain, embroidery, and* cut velvet for which that place is noted, and had my purse been a, little larger, I fancy I would have j made many purchases. j . In the afternoon we visited screen and embroidery and cut velvet manufactories, and we Baw some magnificent samples of these highly artistic productions. Screens, both embroidered and hand-painted, used for entrances and room ornaments, edged with exquisitely pretty lacquer frames, and others in artistically carved wood, were show...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
RIFLE SHOOTING. The first quarterly prize shooting of Windsor Half-Bquadron of Lanoers toot place-at the Windsor rifle range on Saturday afternoon last. Twenty one members took part in the shoot. Following are the highest scores :-* dQOyds 600yds Tl 8.-S. M. Morris 32 25 57 Oorpl. F. W. Collison 23 26 49 Trpr. A. J. Farlow 28 17 45 Trpr. H. Greentree 24 20 44 Trpr. Huxley .. 23 20 43 Trpr. W. Brewer 20 23 43 Lieut. R. B. Walker 23 18 41 irpr. I). R. Hibbert 22 19 41 Corpl. N. »lecket 20 19 41 Trpr. W. Packman 17 21 38
The N.S.W. Lancers. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
The N.S.W. Lancers. Some considerable change is to be made in military matters under the Commonwealth re-arrangement. Ooh Burns, in a recent speech, eaid : Great changes were about to be made. The regiment had now a total strength of 688, but some squadrons were to be taken from it, and in place of the present Veil-known regiment, they would have two email regiments of 268 each, which would be armed with rifles carried on. the troopers' backs, like the Mounted Rifles. The regi ments would be termed the 1st and 2nd Light Horse Lancer Regiment, to Bhow that they had been drawn from the old Lancer Regiment. The members of these regiments would not carry swords, but would retain their lances. Therefore there would be no room in the regiments being formed out of the old regiment for the re turned members. The Mounted Rifles, whioh also would be. kjiowi thought there should be room"4À the two Mounted Riñes for all their ¡ojd comrades. He simply mentioned those details, as everything at pr...
SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
. SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. At the Redfern auction eales the supply of forage was very small. lu fact, so small a yard baa not been offered since July 9, when 2 truck» were submitted. Buyers were in fair attendance, several operators from the country being present. Competition throughout was none too .brisk, the threatening aspect of the weather causing buyers to act cautiously. Ont | truck of wheaten straw chaff was sub- j mitted, but as the price tendered failed j to come up to the sellers expectations, ! no business resulted. A mixed truck ol grain was forward from Albury, con taining oats, barley, and wheat. The wheat, which totalled 17 bags, and was cf medium quality, soldat 4/Í1 prime samples of barley made 4/5, while two parcels of inferior oats found buyers at 3/3 to 3/6J. Demand for pollard was dull, only two loads out of the truck offered being placed at 1/8| Quotations were : Wheat 5/ to 5/2, maize 5/11 to 6/3, bran 1/9, pollard 1/8$ to 1/9$, oats 3/8 to 3/10, barley 4/3 ...
OUT ROCK DEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
CUT EO0K}BEvTATION. Public Works department, with reference to MriySaU's personal re-, presentations respecting the Cut Bock deviation, Kurrajong, and the method of carrying out the work, stating that the Minister had now approved of the work being donejjjf local day labour, preference to be given to the heads of families in distress/the men to be em ployed in monttíy. relays. Every effort would be mids to put the work in hand early nei no difficulty arise? portion of thp through private^ cipated that a egg be made then. abnth ; and, should Ith regard to the |yiation running perty, it was anti aenoement would
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
LOST. # ON 12th Angtist, MUSIC CASE, contain ing 3 Songs, between School of Art« and Royal Exchange Hotel. Reward. " HERALD " OFFICE. PAST, PRESENT, & FUTURE, By Handwriting. Send Color Bair and Eyes ; li Stamps. DON'T FORGET "Walis Jara" AND "Leal lt to He," AT TUG! School of Arts. TONIGHT! FRIDAY. Reserved Seats at R. Á. Pye's. GUEST & SKUTHORP HAVE Instructions from Mit. E. M. AYLWIN to SKLL BY AUCTION At His Residence, Kurrajong Slopes, AT 1.80 P.M., O'S Wednesday, 3rd Septeniber, 1902, 1 First-class Active Farm Mare, 1 Choice Cows (in full milk) and I Springer, House hold Furniture of all descriptions (ia good order), 2 Ploughs, Harrow, Chaff-cutter (hand or horsepower), Wire Netting, Sheet Bark, 2 Spring Carts and Harness, Plough Harness, Garden Tools, Boilers, Tubs, etc., 2 Side Saddles, Perambulator, and many other useful lots. No Reserve. SALE BY AUCTION. MR. A.TÍJGER HAS received instructions from the Executors ot the Will of Mrs. Slater (decease'!), to sel...