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ELTHAM COLLEGE, WINDSOR. "Breaking—up" for the Xmas Vacation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

ELTHAM COLLEGE, ~ ; WINDSOR. Breakirig-up " for the Xjmas Vacation. ' ' i One of the most enjoyable Entertain méats of the season wai that given by the pupils of the above up-to-date scholastic academy, on Thursday' Üight ' last, 14th instant, and held in the SchooL bl Arti Hall. The building was fillea ..with the parent« and friends of the pupils, ali of whom were highly pleased at the splendid efforts of the children. Daring ' toe evening the pupils of the college pre- sented Mrs. Fitzgerald with a very hand- some, silver teapot, an a mark of esteem (in which that good lady is held. Mr. J. f. Fitzgerald responded in ' a few ^well chosen words on behalf of Mri.'Fitat , gerald, «nd cordially thanked the pnpyn for their gift. ii f l ,., During the evening the following*^ piogramme was rendered :-Pianoforte overture, ' Echoes bf tbel'Green Íslís,' ?Miss K. Tnckërman; tableau:, «At the Barbes,' Masters Elton Boyd. Feed Pen- dergast, Joe VValsh, Colin Hall, ßertie Fitzpatrick', Grantly ...

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A Ghost. For the Hawkesbury Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

A Ghost. . -4- £ For the Hawkesbury Advocate. ' i IT is traditionally the proper thing, at least in the Old Country, to have a ghost story at Christmas, and we may be allowed in ail strictness and dutifulness to follow the custom of our forefathers in this particular, although at this end of the world, with a sparse population, ghosts cannot bé ex- pected to be in such frequent evi- dence, being also probably afflicted with a certain shyness which is peculiar in Australia. Wherefore it may be« necessary to have the imported article-not of the ghost, but of the story, which, perhaps, will be the more acceptable on the comfortable assurance that the object itself is at an ample dis- tance. If these unpleasant visitants are fond of haunting localities where all sorts of dreadful things have happened, they ought to be as nu- merous in the Old Tower of Lon- don as mosquitoes are in this dis- trict at present. The horrors that have been enacted in some of the chambers of that anc ent fort...

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The Temptation of John Fairburn. For the Hawkesbury Advocate. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

Tlie Temptatioii of Jolin Fairburn. BY REV. S. G. FIELDING. For the Hawkesbury Advocate. CHAPTER I. IT was shortly after the Broken Hill mining boom broke ont. j Fortunes were being made, and J lost-generally lost-in a few i weeks, sometimes in a few days, i Arthur Fairburn had been for nearly two j-ears manager of the GEEBUNG branch of the Bank of ! -. GEEBUNG is a small sleepy inland town, which had almost ' gone bung ' when the railway passed through it. Arthur had sole control of the branch, being manager, account- ant, and junior rolled into one. This was no doubt a splendid piece of economy on the part of the di rectore : but it was not good policy, as the sequel of this story will show. Even bank directors are not infallible. It was generally admitted that 1 the bank manager was thc most popular and useful citizen in GEEBUNG. He initiated and organised nearly every movement for the advancement of the little township. He was President of the Progress Committee, Secre- tary and...

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JACK ANDERSON'S INTENTION. BY MAHION MORELAND. For the Hawkesbury Advocate. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

BY MAHIO.V MORELAND. _____ i For tlie Hawkesbury Advocate. CHAPTER I. GUMTREE GULLY is now a flourishing goldminingtown, but, in the days of which I write, it was a tiny settlement, situated in the heart of a great gully, in one of the largest ranges of mountains in New South .Wales. It. was hemmed in by ti-tree and other scrub, aud talU gum trees. The town consisted of about twenty buildings, and boasted of a build ingj styled a " church," in which, on week-daye, unruly, children were taught the- alphatat, etc., and in which, on Sundays, a man named: Jack Anderson, preached -the gospeli-A tall^talwart fellow was Jack,. .His face was quite brown,- Iiis', hair fair and his ej'es were .blue, ;and Jack Anderson .was.-considered hy all the girls good-Jookirig. There .was'another man of Gum- tree Gully,' .respected and feared by all, his name was Robert Baker, usually knowa.as " fighting Bob." Robert Baber was a small wiry mau, with sharp twinkling eyes, and sandy hr.ir. When he came to ...

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STILL, FOR EVER. (For the HAWKESBURY ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

STILL, FOR EVER. (For the HAWKESBURY ADVOCATE.) ID a vale along the river Renowned for its glory ; Made famous th ongh the country Alike ia song and story ; A gem of beauty truly, Most picturesque of streams. On which we scan the brilliants Jn summer sunshine's gleam ; There dwelt a eu'e old party Whose reso rees soelled deficit, Who to patch 'ip his finances Ruh a still they call illicit. For manv days he prospered Till the news was sent abroad By a neighbour quite adjacent, Who coveted h ii hoard. Then straightway from the city There came a man of might, Invested with rhe mission Such evil t" i"quite. Hence, in lear ar.d tremblitie, Our hero wandered round ; Secreting all i 'ic fixings - Not one could thee be found. The frenzied rod-tane mission Was baffled i-i his skill, And in language ornamented Swore to hw that still. i Lo. he hit up II a chappie Who knew the country *ell, And likewise knew a thing or two, And volumen could he tell. He promised f->r a fiver To show a fi iiw...

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One Christmas Eve. (For the ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

One Christmas Eve. -? (BY M. QUAD ) (For the ADVOCATE.) AWAY back in the sixties, during the course of my enforced perigina tions in search of food and raiment, I arrived early one glorious sum- mer's morn at a station not far from Casino. As I stood upon the summit of a grassy mound to rest awhile, the landscape before me was one of exceptional grandeur. Giant trees cast friendly shade on bowsing cattle on every side, the native fruits were abundant, from the dubious lilly-pilly to the astringent currant, wild flowers decked the scene with gorgeous hues, gay plumaged birds hopped from twig to twig in happy abandon- ment, while the undulating hills dotted with sheep here and there lent enchantment to the prospect : a silver stream in the back-ground, glistening in the soft sunshine, completed the beauty of what was to me a glimpse of a modern Eden. For some time my lines had not been cast in pleasant places, and as I surveyed the panorama all aeemed serene and prosperous, but the lu...

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Empty Stocking's. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

Empty Stocking's. Oh. motile s in homes th it are h a ppr. Wlieie Christmas comes Iadeu with cheer Wheie the children are dreaming al- ready Cf the mer.¡est day in (he .year. A« yon gather your darlings around *oa And »ell them the ?« rt «ry of old,". Bcmcmbar the h »mes that are dreary ! llemfiuber the hearts tint are cold I And thanking the love that hus doweled yon With all that is dearest an ' best. Giv<> f'Cfly, ih*t f'cm ymir abundance Some bate little life may bc bles-edt Oh, f;o where the s'ockingi hat*g empty. ' ??Wime Christmas is nan^ht but a name, And-pii-e-for the love of thc Chtfct «Iii ll ? "Tws "» c < k such as these that ire , f me. ,1 hilosfipiiv triumphs easily ov-r pa^t. and mer ;i'ut<tre -evils, ¡bat present esila triumph, over phif* oaophy. . , t" t. f.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

GENERAL INFORMATION. .-o-. POLICE Magistrate (visiting Windsor twice a month, or when re quired(-F. R. Wilshire. Clerk of Petty Sessions, Crown Lands Agent, Registrar in Bankruptcy, Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Electoral Registrar, Revision Clerk, Registrar District Court, Registrar Small Debts, Licensing Clerk, Agent for the Curator of Intestate Estates, Registrar of Probates, and Registrar of Court of Review-W. Ironside Perry. Deputy Sheriff, and Tisiting Magistrate to Windsor Gaol - Dr. Callaghan, J.P. Sheriff's Officer, District Court Bailiff, etc.-F. W. Linslev. Solicitors-Hon. W. Walker, M.L.C., J. J. Paine, J.P., G. McCauley. R, B. Walker, B. H. Paine, B.A. Commissioners for Affidavits-Hon. W. Walker, M.L.C., J. J. Paine, G. McCauley, W. H. Becke, and W. I. Perry. Licensing Bench-F. R. Wilshire, P.M. (Chairman), G. M. Pitt, and J. B. Johnston, J's. P. Licensing Inspector-Senior-Sergeant Boyd. Land Board-Messrs. Wilson (Chairman), H. Eager, and W.Franklin. Inspe...

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COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

COLO. Mr.,John Blundell harvested a fine crop of seed wheat last week, from which he will obtain a big yield of grain. Mr. W. Moran was laid up last week with an attack of influenza, but is, we are pleased to hear, out and about again. A son of Mr. W. Jones has been ill for a considerable time with rheumatic fever. The little chap is, we are pleased to report, able to get about again. Mr. James Manning has His farm in first-class order this year, and the crops of maize and melons are well advanced, with every prospect of giving a good yield. One of the best yards of Min- orca's and white Leghorn fowls that we have seen for a long time is that of Mr. W. Metherall'a. Mr. Metherall goes in extensively for bee farming, and has at pre- sent a great number of hives. Starting from the mouth of this j picturesque stream, for m:\11y i miles the banks are fringed \\%th some of the finest stone fruit to be found in the colony. Ta-e J scenery in places, with its low lying flats oh one. side and...

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PRINCESS GWENDOLYNE. (A FAIRY TALE.) For the Hawkesbury Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

PRINCESS GWENDOIYKL (A FAIRY TAM.) For the Hawkesbury Advocate. THERE onced lived a great Eli and Queen. They were old, a only had a daughter to succeed their throne when they died. N Princess Gwendolyne was vt beautiful. She was just eighte years old. Tall and slim, she h a splendid figure, and her cloth which were of gold and. silvel clo showed it off to the best advt tage. She woe fair, with brig blue eyes, which were alwc sparkling: with merriment, a rosy cheeks. Her mouth was of perfect shape and small, and wh she laughed a pearly row of wh teeth could be seen. Her hair w of a pretty blown shade, and in sparkled diamonds and all kinds lovely gems. Thia Princess w aware of her great beauty, but did not make her proud as it wo« have some people. Well, as I sai she was the only successor to t throne of her father's kingdoi Now her father, King Olaf, and h mother, Queen Gyda. thought th had better marry their daughter some powerful prince, who wou be able to defend their country i ...

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RIVER NEWS. WISEMAN'S FERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

RIVER NEWsJ -»-:-. . . WISEMAN'S FERRÏ Th a heavy rain of last week! has graatly improved the vegeta- j tion around here. A travelling druggist from the metropolis has been doing good biz. around here of late. Mr.' Tomkin and family have! taken up their residence at the cottage recently vocated by Mr. W. Douglas. Mr. Fred. Sternbeck and his staff of men have started with the contract of slialing, from the Stockade to the top of the hill. Mr. Clarence Pemberton has been appointed agent for the ADVOCATE at Gentleman's Halt, and will receive new sulracribers. items of news, etc, on our behalf. Mr. James Walker, of Central Macdonald, has one of the earliest crops of maize in the district, and with anything like a favorable season, the yield should be a heavy ..one; Mi's. Fleming, senr., who is at '-'present residing with her son, Mr. W. Fleming, at Central Mac- donald,' has lieen-my ill for some time past. The old lady is a na- tive of Wilberforce, and is now in her 85th year. Mr. James...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

RlOflMOiD. ?.-??'A. |ian#öf those .who -attended the Continental* on J?riday might last would have liked to have heard more of the hand, and less vocal music. . Mr. Dunbar, clerk from the Works Department, made an in- spection of the recent repairs, etc., to the local Coux*t House, and expressed satisfaction at the work. Additional repaire are to be ef- fected shortly. The ADVOCATE is the Rich- mond paper, and it claims the support of Richmond folk. Thou- sands appreciate its value, and there are others who will think just as much of it when they be- come acquainted with it. The Kurrajong Race Club's meeting on Boxing Day promises to be a big success, and Mr. Alf. Sly, the Club's energetic secre -ary,, is kept busy fixing up en- tries, etc. With favorable weather the attendance should be a record one. A new stockman's cottage is to fte erected on the College ground, near the Blacktown Road, the site for which has been pegged out. Â public gate will then he erected at this end of the...

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FROM SUN-SCORCHED PLAINS. (For the ADVOCATE.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

FROM SON-SCORCHED PLAIJÍS. Br NETTA WALKER. (For the ADVOCATE.) T'WAB summer! The sun, like a crimson ball, was slowly setting behind the horizon. Slowly, as though loath to cease blazing upon the droughty country. All day a scorching wind had been blowing fiercely in the faces of two worn travellers, plodding, ! Wearily along the dust-stained buen ! road. They had met, a month previous to this story, outside a country town, way down the Dar- ling, just completing a job upon a sheep station, they were aimlessly wandering on in hopes of more work. Neither knew each other's his« i tory, but were content to discuss f £he seasons, the sheep, and the weather. 1 'Say mate,' asked the younger, a man of some thirty summers, 'Have we much more of this to reach Merrilands ?' He hesitated before uttering the name, * 'Tis close on twenty miles we've come to- day.' 'Something under six,' replied the other. ' I guess we'll be there before night, ot rather, dark.' 'I'm about done; chances are you'...

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Windsor Grammar School. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

" Windsor Grammar Sçhool. On Thursday afternoon a nomb-r. the puente and f riends of the pupil* i tending this school, went to the Gjn ^"nasírm to witness the distribution of t '.' prizes and enjuy a varied und interest!; "programme provided by thc boys 1 'their delectation The chair was occ pied by J. J. Paine, Esq., Mayor windsor. AmoDg the visitors were Rt B. Keenan. J.P.. Royston," Rose Ba,] the Hon. W. Walker, Mn. Paiùe, ii and Mrs. Deane, Mr. and Miss Uull, M -and Mr-. Ross, the .Misses (swift. Kev. A. and Mrs. White, Mis9 McCauley, at Miss Cobcroft. The hall was very taat ^fully decorated with evergreens, símil flower j, mottoes, banners, «fcc, and tl stajte suitably draped. As the Sydney University has set Pe " kin VYnrbeck as the English subject fi the next examination, the bays selecu the more important portions of tb drama for their visitors. It is astonisl ing with wh&t spirit and nerve the di feront performers played their part Mas'ein .M'Grath and Heydon, who t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

To Fruitgrowers and Others. A. J. HOWARD, COMMISSION AGENT, Belmore Market, Haymarket, SYDNEY, LIST OF CHARGES. 5d per Erin-case, including cartage. 4d per packing case, and others, includ- ing cartage. Always reliable. Account Sales forwarded weekly. F. R. SMALL, Horseshoer and General Blacksmith, Opposite School of Arts, WEST - MARKET - STREET, RICHMOND. BEGS to thank his numerous customers for past support, and botes by strict atten- tion to business to merita share of their support in the future, A Trial Solicited. P u n c t n a 1 ity and Workmanship Guaranteed. Tyre-cut- ting and Jobbing a Specialty. DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY. Mrs. Harris INVITES the attention of the resf. dents of the surrounding district to have a look at her business in WINDSOR* STREET, RICHOND. Latest Styles kept in Ladies' 8ailor Hats. A Good Assortment, of Ladies' Corsets. Dressmaking a Speciality. Fit and Style Griaranteed. Orders Neatly and Promptly Executed Kvery Description of Ladies and Children's Cl...

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Wiseman's Ferry 25 years ago and now. (For the Hawkesbury Advocate.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

Wiseman's Ferry I 25 years ago and now. j - i (For tlie Hawkesbury Advocate.) WHEN W e consider how great cities have sprung up within a few brief years in localities formerly but a 4 howling wilderness''-at any rat*, with nothing to indicate so marvel- lous a transformai ion-then we well may say that 4 Wiseman's ' fully deserves the title given to it by a gentlemen of high standing (now superintending tlie N.S.W. Medical Army Corps in r*outh Africa), when some y^ars ago he had pitched his tent, near ti o tele- graph ma«t. carrying eight wires which run to tho top of the moun- tain on tl.e other side of th«' Hawkesbury Hiver, viz. ' Thu Sleeping HOIIOTP !' No doubt this would be the impre-sinn formed by anyone coming amongst us i'or the finsttinip, and uuyune weary of th« hurry and .-curry of the city Iii« can do no bttter tlian come here for a change, for it will, mea» a ' per- fect rest ' ass far as it it is obtain- able in this troublesome world of oms ! The river looks so placid...

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WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

WINDSOBMÜNICIPALCOUNCIL; Thé usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held at the Council Chambers on Wednesday evening last. Present :- Mayor (Aid. J. J. Paine), Aldermen Gos Êer WM Gosper J. B., Huggins R., lerckelman A. J., Bean W. H., Primrose T. CORRESPONDENCE. From P. Rubery, asking Council to build swiming shds. Received, Prom J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, thank inp Council for vote of sympathy during his recent bereavement. EEPOETS. The Finance committee recom- mended following accounts for pay ment :-General, £95/5/5. Water -Lighting Aid. W. Gosper reported that j the Works Committee had examin- ed the spot complained of by Mr. F. Watling, and found that the drainings came from tbe Presby- terian cemetery, and that the coun- cil could do nothing in the matter. MAYOR'S MINUTE. The Ma} or recommended that tenders be called for a valuer to act in conjunction with Council Clerk. Received and adopted. QUESTIONS. Aid. Berckelmen asked if the Works Committee conld provide work f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

XMAS 1899! E. Board IS BEADY FOB Your Xmas Orders. limper Millinery, Boots, Fancy Goods, Toys, and Xmas Cards, LESS THAN SYDNEY PRICES. VICTORIA HOUSE, WINDSOR. N.B.-NEW GOODS opening twice a week. No old Stock. Ladies, YOUR ORDERS FOR SUMMER DRESSES will have our best attention. A NICE RANGE OF DRESS MATERIALS TO SELECT FROM, which, Price and Quality considered, we . think will please you. Good Value In Gloves, Parachutes and Hosiery. Agent for Madam. Wiegel's Paper Patterns and Publications. MRS. W. CAMPBELL, Railway Stores, Richmond S. ORCHARD, Drapery, Grocery, and ProiueeMerchant, In thanking his Patrons for past support, hopes by givjpg.flOOD VALUE to merit a further share of same;. ' " * > '.. We beg to thank our patrons for their fair and' lar§e support, ' 1 - « And take this festive season for expressing, this, pur tbpught : . * We wish you all the blessings that a New. Fear always brings,. - ?' ' And hope to share your patronage in all the newest things. , We never boas...

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RIVERSTONE. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

RIVERSTONE. ! (From our'own correspondent.) J . Mr. Joseph is progressing wit! his building opposite the Railwa Station, . The mutton butchers are sti] very slack-a poor Xmas lookout but better prospect for the Net Year. Mr. John Ouvrier, whilst round ing his horses up, received a nast kick. No bones broken, we ar pleased to say. Mr. W. Stephens has purchase« a phonograph, and had .it out ti the public on Saturday night, whei he did a good business. A local civilian has volunteers for the Transvaal. He has beei accepted, and will proceed to Syd ney to undergo medical examina tion. Mr. WanBon, of the Boyal Hotel has had his house decorated foi Xmas trade, and with abundance o: the best liquors will commanc attention. It is said that James Stanforc was ordered to the Transvaal. Lee Lewis (or Hokey Pokey) says ducke are scarce this Xmas, will he be going as well? The Hawkesbury College CC forfeited to the Riverstone CC last Saturday. By the way, wc don't see any start made to repa» the...

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Grand Continental. "A PATRIOTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Advocate — 22 December 1899

Grand Continental. | _- i "A PATRIOTIC GATHERING. Tbè Continental in aid of th N.8. Wales Patriotic -Fund prc meted by a committee of gen'lome from Windsor aiid ßichmond, loo! place on the ÖawIreBbury Race course on Friday night last, am vas a big success .in every way . The Joint, Secretaries, Messrs. ? Chester and C. S. Guest, were un tiring in their efforts to make tb< affair a success, and were amply re warded by the large attendance The night was rather dull, whicl was a little disappointing, but not '-withstanding this fact there wen . about 1000 present. The Band ol the Permanent Artillery was alec -present, and discoursed eweel music duriugthe evening. Special trains wero run from the ' groundt to Winoear and Jiichmond, a con- cession which was granted to thc Secretaries after sa interview witl (the CommiKsionere, and whicl proved very convenient Repré- sentatives from the Mounted Hines, Permanent Artillery, Windsor and .Richmond Companies of the 3rd Infantry Regi...

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