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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Í27, PHILLIP STREET, SYDNEY, * IS I TS Wihdíór i»vft»T-Rj»tarñav¿ »nd mny'fae'tionsnlteil at the Fitzroy Hotel, between th« hoaw of ll «.m. and ) 4 |..tn. All Work of ihfi Be»t Quality and Guaranteed. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS by an Entirely New Prow**--** many a* H or 15 at one sitting. .?.* , 'Gold, SiKer, and Cement Stoppings, at Reasonable Prices. A)i nervous persons are invited to call. ' H und reds of persons testimonials, offered by patients wbo have been successfully treated by Mr. Smith. Y CHEAPEST BECAUSE BEST. MORE SINGER SEWING-MACHINES are to be found in American homes than all other machines combined, nnd they are acknowledged to be THK BEST, 'their use by anyone familiar with other machines prove« them also THE CHKAPE8T. ' This is because every part is made wit-i such ecrupuloue care from the best materials, fitted in its place with utmost exactness and tested by actual wot k before leaving the factory, so that a Singer Machine never gets the "fits" which try a woman a pat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
With Xmas Greetings. MRS. WALL, FRÜH, CONFECTIONERY, GRO- CERIES, and GOOL tfUfttoER DRINKS Always on Hand. DELICIOUS ICE CREAM ALWAYS RtfAlY. Parties and Entertainments Catered For. TSE FAVORITE REFRESHMENT ROOMS. George-street, Wtndfcor (Next door Eltham College.) The Richmond High-Glass flair dressing aqd Shavif Salooi), WINDSOR-STREET, RICHMOND, GEORGE KILDUFF, PROPRIETOR, mHE Best Brands of Cigars, Tobacco, JL and lipes of ail vuiietie«. The finest Saloon in the District. Fitted with the Latest i.p-to date Improvements. LOOK OUT FOR IT. ADDRESS : Gk XXrjJDTTWE*. Windtor-st.(nxt. Commercial Hotel), Richmond. Established,1982 : j J. W~"HILL, Boot Warehouse General Produce ¿tore, and TOBACCONIST. STATIONER, and GOER\L DEALER, WINDSOR-ST., RICHMOND. AGENT for "".M. Herald," «. Daily Telegraph.'' . »ydney Hcil letln," .. Referee," 41 Sunday Time?, ' and Anderson and Co.'s Seeds. BUOG1F8. SULKIES. * SADDLE HORSES for Hire at ^hortest Notice ou t Mo ierate Charges. The Livery Stables ...
Garden Party at "Kamilaroi." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Garden Party at .« Kamilaroi." j A brilliant anil enjoyable " A Home " in the form of a monnligli garden party waa, given at ( Kami lwroi," Bichmdiid, last Thursda evening of last week. . The weathe was perfect for such a function, th storm of the previous day havioj cleared and cooled the atmosphere besides freshening Jrees, shrubs and flowers, and last, but not least banishing the tiresome mosquito The high- winds of the afternooi had dropped,, and but gentl zepbers .fanned cheeks and flutterei gauzy attire. .Mrs. Durham, th« hostess, gowned in a trained dresi of rich grey silk, with front panel yoke and sleeves of black net thickly spangled with steel and jet which flashed-a shimmereil in, th« moonlight, received her guests ot the lawn, where comfortable chain and lounges had been arranged The verandahs and balconies of thc stately mansion were gaily deco, fated, and, lighted with Chinese lanterns, and also on the groundt many V cosy corners" were tc be found. The Barbarian Band,...
Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Patriotic Fund. Thc followingaecounts have been given or promised locally per Warrant Officer Sullivan : £ s. d. Mr. A. Matheson. O 10 O " C. J. Lawson... ... 1 1 0 ,, A. Perry . 0 5 0 Absent-minded Beggars... 0 4 H Mr. Bertie Mitchell ..020 " Clarry Pitt . O 2 tí " J. I ercival . 0 3 0 " J. W. A. Brown .. 0 5 0 " K. Taylor . 0 5 0 Woodbill& Co.l l 0 Mr. G. N. Kilduff ... 0 2 « " CA. Pittman ... 0 .2 0 " T. If oran . 0 10 ,. M. EL Kirwan ... 0 10 6 Mrs. M. Chalmers ... 0 2 6 i
MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
! --'fW-tmê^iâ* s well supplied. iT^e^po^^iove : mente in p^esr/w^ere a rise in oats '**&9G&tt *>#d¿ a ¿all ia f potatoes. TJie market, -for cmaiee vwas more settled, and offering freely at' 2a lOd per . bnshel. -Poultry wis in i bask reqnes^nt^nntfttiees. There t was a good deal ièf business passing in lucerne. Hay (prime, in trusees) Í fetched 3s 3d; to 8s Ai. Choice I large samples of potatoes brought if rom Sá 3d*to Sa ßdper cwt. SYDNEY, Thursday. £ s d ja s -d Oats. 0 2 2§ 0 2 4 Maize ... 0 2 10 0 2 ll Chaff. 2 15 0 3 10 0 Oatcii Hay ... 3 0 0 4 0 0 Lucerne ... 1 15 O 3 5 0 Onions ... 1 6 0 3 lo 0 Potatoes ... :2 0 0 3 12 6 Butter ... 0 0 6 0 0 9 Bacon ... 0 0 4$ 0 0 ' 9J Fowls ... 0 2 6 0 5 0 Ducks ... 0 2 6 0 3 0 Muscovies ... 0 4 0 0 4 6 Geese ... 0 6 0 0 6 6 Turkeys ... 0 7 0 0 22 6 Eggs. 0 0 9 0 1 2 Honey ... 0 0 1J 0 0 2 Footwood ... 0 8 0 0 14 6 Billet Wood 0 5 6 0 11 6 Bakers' Wood 0 8 6 0 11 6 Bundle Wood 0 8 0 0 12 0
SYDNEY FRUIT MAKRKTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
SYDNEY FRUIT MAKRKTS. At the Bathurst-street Markets fair supplies of most varieties of seasonable fruits were under offer. The inquiry for all lines was fairly brisk. Apart from a rise in peaches and apricots and a fall in 1 bananas, little change in price oc- curred. £ 8 d £ 8 d Apples ... 0 4 0 to 0 12 0 Lemons ... 0 3 6 0 8 6 Oranges ... 0 12 0 0 19 0 Mandarins ... 0 9 0 0 10 0 Apricots ... 0 3 0 0 8 0
Hawkesbury Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Hawkesbury Race Club. A meeting of the Committee was held on-Monday last, Dr. Callaghan in. the chair. Seven tenders for painting were opened, and the following were accepted : H. Whitwell, £24 Ils. Grandstand ; H. Hogers, £10, Derby stand; H. Rogers, *iI3 4s, Fences ; H. Whitwell, .£7 12s, other buildings; the work to be com- pleted by the end of February. The draft report for presentation at the annual meeting was approved; The programme of races for meeting on 7 th April was adopted, £300 being given for rive events. The Committee inspected and pur- chased a horse and yearling to replace the good old mare Jess, which died last week. The meeting then closed.
RIETRSSHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
íand ~prijtt>)dnïsjm iSor. Í tait rfanarter's ahootingán.^.-n^tott with " D M Coy, 3rd Regiment BifieTJlaB .flajne ^rdé/fôô/dak'cap Tl. , PritetàW» .Mayo 2f> .22 8 5S Bugler Beay... 25 22 3 SO Private F. Ktoy 20 18 12 50 Lient^ploßneat 25 24 0 49 ! RrrlrÄetliiÄtliy "IS 20 6 40 : Prize shooting for December quarter takes place ou Saturday, December 29th, at2*30 p.m.- sharp. On Saturday afternoon last, at the L local ¡tange, the, Windsor Volunteer Bine : Glob held itsisecond shooting for Decem- ber quarterly prizes. The afternoonn was favourable, but the flies were most troublesome. Lieutenant Paine headed ? the seores with 61 out of 70 points. The highest scores are .as follows : Name 600yds 600yds Tl. ' Lieutenant Paine ... 31 30 61 Lance-Corporal Butler 29 28 57 Private W. Mellish... 30 26 66 . Private Simons ... 29 26 55 Staff-C.S. Duke ... 30 524 54 Captain Paine ... 25 24 53 Private Gilbert ... 29 21 50 Private Ai Gilbert .. 25 21 46 Private W. R. Farlow 26 19 45 Private A...
Kurrajong Picnic Race Club's Weights. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Kurrajong Picnic Race Club's Weights. Following are the weights for the Kurrajong Picnic Kaces to be held on Tuesday next : Park iStakes.-Moreyet 8.7, Utilis 7.4. Midnight 7.0. Sunnyside Handicap.-Dolly 8 7, Albert 8.4, Greylcgs 8.4, Rainbow 7.8, Dot 7.0. Handicap Trot.-Madge ecr., Nellie I scr,, Combo 2ô.vds behind, Era 50yds be I hiud. Judy 7»yda behind, Chess 100yds behind. Lord Jersey " " 100yds behind, Frisky 100yds behind, Lazy lOOyds be- hind; Darkie 150yds behind, Jerry 175yds behind. Bluey '250yds behind, Lower Portland 300yds behind. Merry Boy 300 yds behind,; Idle Boy ooOrds behind. Sel- dom Fed 575yd8 behind, Ariel 6C0yds yds behind. Kurrajong Handicap.-Dolce 8.4, Dolly 8.0, Orville 7.H, Greylegs 7.11, Dot 6.12, UUIis&lO. ?Glenroy Handicap.--Aten 8.7, Gre v legs 8.4, Albert 8.4, Caigan fi), Rainbow 7.10, Minnie M. 7.8,. Utilus 7JO. Farewell Handicap.-Aten 8.7, Grey legs 8.4. Albert 8.4, Caigan 8.0, Dolce 8.0, Orville 8.0, Rainbows 7.6,- bt. Andrew 7.4, Dot 7.0. *...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
LOST, ASMALL GOLD SHIELD from centre of a medal. Inscribed. Finder will oblige by returning same to F. W. Collison, ADVOCATE Office, Windsor. TO BE LET EITHER TOGETHER or PRI- VATELY, two Fine FARM8. ab most contiguous in the Richmond Bot- toms. One bas a large Dwelling House, and several Oat Houses, and the other a small Dwelling and a Shed. Also a good Farm in the same Locality for Private tlale. Apply to JOHN TEBBUTT, The Peninsula, Windsor. PICNIC RACES - AT - PXB zsrxtrxvxx - ON - New Year's Day. T. R. SMITH, Promoter. - GRAND - Steamer Excursion. S.S. GEER a GORDON Will run an Excursion to Wisemans Ferry on TUESDAY, JANUARY 9TH, 1900, In aid of St. John's C. of E.. Wilberforce' Re-roofing Fund. Steamer will lpave Wilberforce at 7 80 a.m., calling at Pitt Town, Sackville, tni Colo Wharves. CONCEBI ON BOARD. Adults, 2B 6d. Children under 12, ls. L. E. BUTTSWORTH, Hon. Secretary. WANTED. ARESPECTABLE NORSK-GIRL, Yoting. Apply, ,' ADVOCATE Office. AGISJMENT. AFINE GRAZING PADDOCK ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
Declaration of the poll took plac at tihe Council ObajnberB on Thur! day, when Mr. C. P.* Taylor wa declared duly elected. The attend ance waa very email, and the pro eeedings passed off very quietly. . On enquiry, we are.informed, b; the Rev. à. G. Fielding that he ha not received any definite official in formation respecting his call t&lt; Epsom (New Zealand), as Rector Epsom is a suburb two uiile3 fron Auckland. The following is a copy of a tele gram forwarded by Captain Pain« to headquarters ou Monday last : To the Adjutant, 3rd Infantrj Regiment, Richmond-" I beg tc volunteer for active service ir South Africa, John J. Paine¡ Captain, commanding " A " Wind- sor Company." Something like 4&lt;> new books have thia w*ek b'-en anded to the Windsor School of Arts Library. We also httnr that t. e loan which the committee ar« faulf-avouring to raise, by wiy of morigrtiro. ia also under way, the draft having been approved of by the Minister During the past week a vas...
The Rev. J. Howell-Price [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
The Rev. J. Howell-Price Is a native of Pcmbrokej South Walef» but uni veri in Sydney when not quite I ó year* of asre. H« WUK only a «hort time in the colony when he was induced to seriously entertain thc id-a of enter my; thc Christian Ministry. Placing Iii m-cit under the direction of exceed- ingly capable instructors, the prelimin- ary studies were assiduously attacked mid puccesfif"Hy marred. For four years Mr._ Price, was a Divinity student nf t 'am len College. Newtown, and for a i ortion of that period enjoyed the ad- ditions! and exquisite privilege of read- ing the " Classk-6 with rh»*, fécond year Fülloos " under the guidance and in HUguration of the late Ur. Charles Badham. Classical Profesor o*' the Sydney University. Mr. Price was ad- mitted to 'Deacon's Orders in All ha'nts' Cathedral, Bathurst, in Decem- ber, 1870 : aod Priest's Orders in De c-mber, 1880. by the Right Rev. L. E. Marsden. DD.. Bishop of Uathuist ; and on both occasions he was selected norn three ordai...
The Rev. C. A. White [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
The Rev. C. A. White Is a native of N.R. Wales, and re- ceived the whole of his University and theological training in Sydney. Aft^r 1 he usual course of primary instruction he wa« engaeed for some years in com- mercial pursuits, until under the min- is tr v of the Rev. Dr. Laine, of Mus- wellbrook, he finally decided to enter the Ministry of the Presbyterian Church. In pursuance of this resolvè, he matriculated and entered upon his University studies in 18ft2. In the following year he passed the entrance examination to the Theological Hall, and for the next two years successfully neeotiated the somewhat arduous ta«k of prosecuting two distinct courses of sti-dy at the same time. In 1895 he finished his University course, taking his degree with honours in philosophy, and occupying a prominent position in the pa«s subjects. In the same year he also completed hiJ theological studio», and was particularly successful in the exit examination. His percentage of over 8(5 is. it is understo...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
kOOAl, Ü1HM The Hon. W. Walker, M.L.C., lias been laid up with an attack of influenza during the week. A brother of Mr. W- I. Perry, CiBS., has been spending a holi- day in-Windsor this -week'. Among the Hawkesbury hom school teachers, who are home for Christmas, are Miss Ethel Pitt, and Mr. Alf. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. J- T. Fitzgerald and family, left on Tuesday ¡mi to «pend their Xmas vacation at Cowra. The gutters in George and Mac- quarie streets have been cleaned and weeded during the week, and; now present a respectable appear*, ance. Mr. L. A. Simpson, dentist of Parramatta, who is just recovering from a severe illness, wishes it to be known that he will visit Wind- sor regularly after Christmas. Mr. J. T. Tebbutt's handsome »illa '* Thornleigh" in Macquarie street, is almost completed. The house is splendidly built, and re- flects great credit on the contractors. Mrs. E. B. Walker and family are spending a few weeks at Bowral during the hot weather. Mr. Walker left to-day for...
ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES, BREAKING UP FOR THE XMAS VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
ST. JOSEPH'S CÖNVENT, WINDSOR. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES, BREAKING DP FOR THE XMAS VACATION. Prize day in connection with the break in* up for the Xmas vacation of 8t. Joseph a Convent School, was celebrated in the Convent School during the forenoon of Thursday, the 14th. inst., when a very appreciative audience was present. The Convent " break-up" has become a recog- nised institution, and ia regularly looked forward to with visions of pleasure and entertainment by a wide circle of well wishers and patrons. The Reverend Mother and Sisters of St. Joseph's leave no stone unturned to make their annual entertainment a huge success, and, need- less to say, the result of their efforts is always approved and appreciated by a représentée gathering. Among the visi- tors present we noticed : The Rev. Fathers White, O'DriscoU, O'Brien, McDermott and Morris. Beautiful work, the handiwork of the pupils, were laid around the pretty little school hall in gay profusion, and a close inspeotion of same...
1000 MEN AT A DAY'S NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
; lOOa MEN AT A DAY'S I NOTICE. From North-west Canada an of- fer has been made to the Imperial authorities of a thousand experi- enced rough-riders and good shots. The men can !>e got to gather at a day's notice. The second Canadian contin- gent, the services of which the British Government has already ac2epted, will consist of 1050* m-.n. This numbsr will be made up by three fulty-equipped bat- teries of field artillery and three squadrons of mounted ri fl as. Sir Henry Camphell-Banner m m, l?,ad?r of the Opposition in the House of Commons, speak- ing at Ab?rdesn, urgsd that the war bs vigorously prosecuted.
MR. JOHN J. PAINE, J.P., Mayor of Windsor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
MR. JOHN J. PAINE, J.P., Mayor of Windsor. ON this page of the Christin Number of the ADVOCATE wi lté found a photo engraving Mr. John Jackson Paine, tl worthy and respected Mayor i Windsor. Born at Albury, " tl Federal City," in 1804, the su ject of our sketch is the elder &lt; two sojis of Mr. John H. Pain who for upwards of 20 years bi held the position of Town Cler of that flourishing town. Mr. 1 Haille Paine, who is a Bacheh of Arts of the University of Sy&lt; ney, and a solicitor practising i Windsor, , being the younger soi Mr. J. J. Paine was educated i the Albury Grammar School, ur der the Rev. Joseph Masters, M.A and on matriculating becam articled to Messrs. Fleming an Bradley, a firm of solicitors carry ing on a large practice in th Border City. After completing his articles and passing the necee sary examinations, Mr. Paine wa / admitted to the practice of a soli tor^ în 1889, and shortly afte succeeded the late Mr, Kichar&lt; Coley, at Windsor, ...
BOER TRIBUTE TO BRITISH BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899
BOER TRIBUTE TO BRITISH BRAVERY. ¡ 1 I 1 LieutenafltrGeneral Lord Me- thuen hag discovered, by means of a balloon reconnaissance, that General. Cronje's position at Magei-sfontein and elsewhere- be- tween the Modder River station camp and Kimberley is growing increasingly formidible. It extends over 12 miles of country, with the front ea trenched throughout, and pro- tected with wire fencing, sup- ported from the rear with plenty of heavy guns. Official Boer accounts freely admit "the wonderful, sublime courage ' of the British advance at Magersfontein against a terrible hail of Mauser rifle bullets.