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COMPLETE STORY. MY REVENGE! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
COMPLETE STORY. MY REVENGE I In response to repeated and pressing invitations from my little friend Marie S--, my mother one day care fully stowed me in a comfortable railway carriage, in charge of a kind, pleasant-faced lady who promised to see to my welfare until safely handed over to my friends. My journey was ended at last, and I alighted i rom the train to find myself clasped and deluged with kisses and exclamations of joyous welcome from little Marie. I had never been to Sydney before, and Marie had never been to the country with the exception of her trip to the boarding school, where we became acquainted. 1 was .surprised to meet Marie alone I thought surely she could never make her way out of the crowd. To me it was a veritable Chinese puzzle how any one could tell which way to go. On every side was a seething mass of people, all apparently bent, at the risk of life or, at least, broken limbs, on getting somewhere in the shortest possible space of time. I had never seen such...
Special Grant for Windsor Park. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Special Grant for Windsor Park. We mentioned last week that the Mayor of Windsor (Mr. J. J. Paine) had interviewed the Under-secretary for Lands with a request for a special graut of £30 for completing improve ments to the park in Windsor. Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.LA., accompanied tho Mayor. At the request of the Under -Sooretary, Mr. Paine furnished detailed particulars of what was re quired, and Mjr.Hall presented these, has gran';«; viz, .£30. the full lamount asked for? The Mayor has been apprised to that effect by a letter re ceived hy him. yesterday, through the Member.
Finis. (For the "Herald.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
I Finis. I (For the " Herald.) ly colors I Tattered and torn, >r them to yon. [ie colors I have worn I the silk is wearing through. ld green, but a link between present and the past ; hat we've seen, and the might have jeen irst kiss and thc last, hem and keep, though thc keeping >rings thoughts of thine and mine ; m away with the other things ir Auld Lang Syne. ROBERT ALLAN.
The Fodder Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
The Fodder Outfes. tn the Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. Fegan asked the Premier if he had taken any steps to approach the Federal Parliament in connection with the remission of the duties on fodder for starving stock. The Premier said he bad already taken preliminary action. He had put himself in communication with the Premiers of the other States in order to prepare the way for further action. The message he had sent was as follows :-" I would strongly urge that you invite your Parliament to pass a resolution, to be presented to the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth asking the Federal Parliament to remit the duties on fodder until the break-up of the drought. The loss of stock in New South Wales and Queensland has been enormous. Every day addß a considerably in creasing number to the deaths, and the condition of many parts of these two States is deplorable. This Government is already carrying fodder for starving stock over its railways at a merely nominal rate. I am also communicatin...
LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
LOWER PORTLAND. The spring is advancing, and no rain yet. There is not much prospect of early planting. There are no signs of grass, and water is getting short. Most of the farmers hare used up nearly all their horse feed, and will soon have to buy. In fact some hare bought feed already, and it is no small item, judging by the present prices. The Lower Portland Orioket Club opes the season on the first Saturday in September, the married playing the single members. Our local pig buyers brought sixty head from the punt, which he purchased somewhere in Colo Mr. J. Herps is gettiug a large melon bed ready for planting. He has been very busy raking out the couch grass, and says this is the sort of weather to gire it a gruelling. Mr. Roberts, the^ Government Surveyor, and his men are camped at the mouth of Colo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
THE HAWKESBURY HERALD Windsor . ? j The Live . . Local Journal and District. Gazetteer . . > . An Excellent Advertising . Medium . . . Per Quarter. START ANT TIME le _.! ZS fin PINKSTONE Om Job Printing is a Work of Art , and as Cheap as COLLISON, tiie Pity. j proprietors. ROYAL . . HOTEL, WINDSOR. TUB RBOOGNISBD HOME OF . . TO "CTHISTS . . . FITZROY HOTEL, FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, GEOME-STBEET, WINDSOR. J. H. EAGLES, Proprietor. CENTRALLY situated, and renowned for its comfort and moderate charges. An Excellent Table Always Kept. ^p^^^^B^^^^^^u^^atteN^. in stock. " BR6T BILLIARD BOOM IN TOWN. ROYAL HOTEL, RICHMOND. C. F. RIEMENSCHNE1DER, FEOPBIKTOB. THE Most üp-to-dste Hostelry in the District. Nothing but the Best Liquor kept. Fitst-cl&FS Accommodation. Cuisine Excellent. -Billian) and Sample Booms. Every Convenience. T. L Jarrett, THE RIVERSTONE ^^TAILOR, . . is NOW MIKING . . A Grand Display -OF The Latest Tweeds, And is Prepared to Execute Orders in the Latest St...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. The following are the prices ruling locally ;-Maize 6/ i to 6/6, lucerne 10/ to 10/6, straw 5/ to 5/6, bran 1/10 to l/U, pollard 1/10 to 1/11, chaff 7/ to 9/6, oaten hay 10/ to 10/ti, onions 8/ to 9/, potatoes 6/6 to //, peas (blue) 6/6 to 7/, peas (gray) 5/ to 5/6.
OUGH SOUTH AFRICA. [?]ek with the 2nd Ragt. [?].S.W. Mounted Rifles. II. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
PUGH SOUTH AFRICA. ek with the 2nd Ragt. .S.W. Mounted Rifles. TROOPER G; F. MORTIMER, OP RICHMOND.) II. the 10th the column left for afontein. On the way a body ere was sighted, who cleared ?me thick bush, and opened a fire on our men, who engaged from the edge of the bush »m^oms au^jjia^ma;, A bit,, phlch a pom-pom was firing. Squadron 2nd M.R. was sent ir the patch. Being too im is, they went further than was ed, and came in touch with a >ody of Boers, and heavy firing >ened at about 800yds range, vhile, the Boers, who had gone te bush-they were dressed in -came up behind. They ad l at a walk-being mistaken sinforcements - until within ng distance, when they sud opened fire. Our men were «tween the two fires, and the was that Lieut. Lamb, Private y (Richmond Half-Squadron neera), and four other men killed, Captain McLean and men wounded, and twelve taken prisoners. The latter ifterwards released. column then moved on to mtein, Cyferfontein, Wolve and arrived at Klerksdorp o...
Mt Kembla Disaster. SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Mt Kembla Disaster. SHILLING FUNDv In order to afford our readers an easy method of contributing towards the alleviation of the distress caused by the Mt. Kembla disaster, we have opened a shilling subscription list in aid of the sufferers. "Hawkesbury Herald "staff 10 0 Windsor family . 6 0 H. Pickup . 10 R.A. Pye . 10 G. Kirwan . ... 10 Claude Farlow . 10 W. B. Greenwell . 10 W. Padley . 10 Mrs. Bloome. 1 0 Bertie Bloome . 10 Nellie McDonnell. 1 0 J. H. Bloome . 10 G.A.C. 1 0 J. O'Brien . 1 0 A Friend . 1 0 W.Ross . 1 0 £1 10 0
Church Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 24. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Church Sortie*». SUNDAY, AUGU8T 24. CHURCH or ENGLAND. St. Matthews, Windsor, ll and 7, Ser. 8. G. Fielding. St Peter's, Bichmond, ll and 7, Ber. J. Howell-Price, Boral Dean. Vineyards, 2 30, Sunday School ; 8.30, Ber. S. G. Fielding. St. Albans, 7; Higher McDonald ll; Opper McDonald, 2.80, Ber. H. W. Bogers. Wiseman's Ferry, 3, Mr. J. T. Marx. North Bichmond, 3; St Stephen's, 7, Heights, ll ; Salis Flats, 3. ROMAN CATHOLIC Windsor, Mass, 8 o'clock. Evening Devo tions, 7 o'clock. Biverstoae, Mass, 10 o'clock. Ber. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Mr. M. Myers ; 7, Ber. J. W. Winspear. Bichmond, ll, Ber, J. W. Win spear ; 7, Mr. M. Myers. North ¡Richmond, ll, Mr. A. Williams. Kurrajong 2.30, Mr. A. Williams. Wilberforce, 8, Ber. J. W. Winspear. Sackville, ll, Mr. N. Mitchell ; 7, Mr. T. Mitchell. Lower Portland, 2,30, Mr. T, Mitchell. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr, C. Woodhouse. Lower McDonald, 2.80, Mr. A. Walker. St Albans, ll and 7, Ber, J. Colwell. Upper McDonald, 2.30, Mr....
IN MEMORIAM. Worshipful Brother J. B. Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
IN MEMORIAM. Worshipful. Brother J. B. Brown. Wor. Bro. Rev. T. H. Taylor, IP.M. of Richard Coley Lodge, Windsor, has penned the following tribute to the memory of the bte beloved Meeter of the Lodge. We publish same at the request of some of the brethren : Never again his merry laugh to hear t Never again his smiling face to sea 1 Were this the Truth, then Han is like the tear Shed silently by you and me Around bis bier. Born out of Sorrow ; rising, bnt to fall and disappear. Han ia indeed * tear-if Death end all. ^^^t^^^a^^pg^sy^B^I Know Life to be one grand triomphal march 1 Whilst Death is but the shadow of the arch Through which man passes on, with joyous tread, To meet the living-whom we onoe called "dead." Therefore, we mourn not, though our hearU ara sad At losing for a time-what onoe we bad A Master-Brother, Upright, Level, Square t Benevolent, yet wise 1 A man who'd dare To apeak his mind, although Ute whole world wagged Its blatant tongue against him. Never bl lagged Behi...
FREEMAN'S REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
FREEMAN'S REACH. A sun of our respected neighbour, Air. W. Turnbull, is dangerously ill, and is being treated by Dr. Callaghan. A curious incident occured a few days ago. A hare, whilst being chased by a dog, was caught by a watch dog, which was chained to a fence on the promises ol Mr. G. Nicholls. The watch dog acted very cunningly. When he saw the hare approaching he crouched down and waited till it was within his reach, and then he pounced on it. Several waggon loads of lucerne hay from Mr. B. Gonion's passed along the road this week. It reminded us of old times, for it is a long time since we saw a load of lucerne hay in this locality.
COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
COLO. ¡ A. little boy-three years of age ; of John Blundells has been seriously ! ill lately, suffering from incarnation of the lungs. Dr. Callaghan «as sum moned on 11th inBt., and since then, 1 am pleased to report, the little fellow has been on the mund. Mr. Charlie Blundell, who is well known as an ultra-loyalist, did his mite towards honoring the Coronation of Edward VII-the ' good and gracious Guelph.' On that mountain at the back of his house, Mr. Blundell had a, bon-fire of exceeding beauty and1 brilliancy, and which was visible to several of the neighbours, and, we are told, it was also visible in parts of Kurrajong. Old Mr. Everingham (the local postmaster) "who has been suffering from an acute attack of influenza, is, I am pleased to say, now on the road to recovery. The old gentleman, who is about 75 years of age, must have a very strong constitution to withstand such a severe attack. Babbits are becoming very numerous in Mr. Bart. Turnbull'e swamp, and Jack Makin and Fr...
MILITARY. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
MIUTABY. -A EIFXFJ SHOOTING. The second quarterly prize shooting in comnection with the Windsor Civilian Bifle Club took place on Wednesday afternoon, when some ex cellent sooreB were made. Captain Paine made top score with 67, putting on the possible at 500 yards. The first ten men averaged over 58. Following are the scores : 500yds 600yds Tl Captain Paine... 3$ 32 67 i J. Hull. 32 34 66 j A.. Farlow ... 33 28 61 1 W. I. Perry . ... 32 28 60 I J. W. Chandler 33 25 58 W. Mortley ... 34 24 58 W. Boxhall ... 27 29 56 F. Cupitt ... 28 26 54 W. MOSSB, jun., 25 29 54 J. Ward ... 25. 29 54 C. Chester ... 30 23 53 J.H.Eagles .. 29 23 52 Twenty-four took part. CAPTAIN PAINE'S TABOET AT ÔOOTDS J. HTTLI/B TAHGET AT 600YD8. f 1 ' " i
Windsor Clvliian Rifie Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
i Windsor f&mm0^ ANNUAL MEETÖG. The annual meefirjg óf í^e Windsor Civilian Btfle Club vu jmà nt the military barracks on Friday night last Mr. W. Moses, sen., occupied the chair, and there were twenty-seven members present. The annual report and balance j j sheet were read and adopted. The report stated that the first: public meeting called with the view of j establishing the club waa held in : April of 1900, and, after a consider able delay, was gazetted in General | I Order 63, dated 23rd April, 1901. The first practice os the range ap peared to have taken place on 3rd July, 1901 ; and since then the club had held -practice every week, and sometimes more frequently. In the j first quarter there were 6 practices ; second, 9 ; third, 13; and fourth, 16 : I a total of 43 for the year. The high- I est scores for the respective quarters I were, respectively, W. M. Moses, 92 ; J. 8, Hull, 107 ; A. Farlow, 108 ; and , J. S. Hull, 125. ! Two matches had been fired with the Windso...
Mulgrave and Vineyards P.A. PARK TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Mulgrave and Vineyards P.A. PARK TRUSTEES. A special meeting was held at the I residence of Mr. F. Foster on Wednes- ' day night for the purpose of recom mending three members as trustees for the new recreation reserve. There were present-Messrs. C. J. Forss bsrg (president), F. Foster, E. Strachan, W. Farrell, A White, J. Jones, and J. Gray (secretary). It was explained by the chairman that a grant had been promised with which to improve the reserve, and it was necessary to appoint the trustees before the grant could be made available. It was agreed to recommend Messrs. Forssberg, A. White, and J. Gray, and to forward the names to the
SALE OF RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
SALE OF EIGHTS. On Tuesday af tersóos last the fol lowing prices were realised for gates, etc., in connection with the spring meeting of the Hawkesbury fiace Club on the 30th inst. :-Gates £55 5/, W. Drayton; leger booth, A. Collison, £3 ; refreshment stalls, 1 and 2, J. Ashton, 10/- each
RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
RICHMOND. At the local Police Court OD 88 day last, before Mr. W. Mitchell, J Charles Maughan, for being dn was fined */- or 24 hours. Kurrajong folkB are under impression they don't requite register their dogs this year, but i ts not the case as tbeie are no exei tiona made. Mr. Rutledge, of the local bim of the Commercial bank, has b granted a month's sick leave, and j for his home at Mittagong this we Mr. Sommerville, of the head office taking his place. Mr. F. Small, who went to W Australia recently, has return There is nothing doing in the weBt present. A surprise party was tendered Mr. and Mrs.T. Chalmers, of Winds street, on Wednesday last. About couples assembled, and put in a gc time, dancing, singing, &c, T happy gathering broke up abc midnight. Mr. John Richardson had a hoi die this week. It was a big loss bim, and a subscription has bei started to recoup him in some way f bis misfortune. The pigeon match between ! Phipps and P. Windred, arranged f&lt; Wed...
MARSDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
MARSDEN PARK. On Friday last 32 points of rain fell at Clydesdale, and on Sunday 16 points were registered at the local meteorological station. Mr. Parrish has relinquished his position as manager of Wright's dairy farm, and was successful in securing a lease of the Baulkham Bills hotel. Mr. Geary is now manag ing the estate. Mrs. Aird (late of Riverstone) has been spending a few days in the dis trict, being the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reid, of Hillview. Owing to the inclement weather no service was held in the Presbyterian Church last Sunday. Mr. Robert White purchased the pen of orpingtons offered at the late sale at Mr. Geo. Rignold's. The hens are champion layers, and pending the break up of the drought Mr. White intends detaining them at Paddington, j