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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
AND ITS USUAL SYMPTCKS, PALPITATION, DYSPEPSIA, BACKACHE, &c Another Remarkable Cure The Case of C. KERR. (FOR TUB " LEIOIinAKDT STANDArtD.") There are certain matters in winch tho interests of city and suburban -résidents are intimately hound, up logcther, and these include such as Mr. George Kerr recently spoke about when interrogated by our re porter. " We are all brought to the same level when sickness falls «pon us," said Mr. Kerr, «'lien seen at 101 Foster-elrc.t, Leichhardt, whore lie has been living for the pa-.I: six teen years. " Whether we arc rich or poor, thc misery is expol ien . ed just the same. I know that three years ago 1 could not hav« been more wretched if 1 hadn't had n penny to ble-s myself with, and all because some thing had gone wrong. A heavy sleepy fee ing made me in such a stale that half-an hour after getting upi waisted to go back to bed again, although to do so was useless, as 1 could not sleep when I got there. Restless nights corning one aft...
Poultry Food. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
Poultry Food. ID answer to a correspondent who ! asks for particulars of the rations sup plied to poultry at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, the poultry ex port, Mr. D- 8. Thompson, rejjorts : - Morning meal : Hot mash-two-thirds pollard, one-third bran, mixed with liver soup. Evening meal : Maize aud wheat alternately. Cut-up liver fed out twice a week iu the proportion of about 2 oz. per head Oreen food once a w«ek lettuce or rape preferred. Fresh water daily, and shell grit constantly before fowls. Quantities fed*-Mash, 1 pint for six head ; grain, 1 pint for six head.
Windsor School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
A committee meeting ff tb© above institution waa held on Monday even ing last, when there were present, Messrs. J. J. Paine (vice-president, in the chair), G. MoCauley, W. I. Ferry, Â. D. Fowler, A. Hannabus, and J. H. Bloome. The secretary read a letter from the Ber. B. Keenan, stating that he had purchased the allotment adjoining tbe Behool of Arts, from the Pitt estate for £65, and that as he took an interest in the institution, the Behool of Arts could have it for the same price and costs. Moved by Mr. Perry, seconded by Mr. Chester, and carried, that the offer be accepted, and Mr. Keenan be thanked for bis kindness. It was resolved that the purchase money be paid out of the money to the credit of the building fund. Messrs. McCauley, Chester, and Walker were appointed as a sub-com mittee to make a report with reference to the building of the billiard room. - It was decided to purchase three small card tables, and to hold a whist tournament in a couple of weeks' time. A GIFT. Sen...
The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
The Battle of Gettysburg. After a lapse of seven vears, the manage ment of the Cyclorama decided to replace "Jerusalem" by re-eiccting the mMterpi'ce ol Cyclornmic Art. the ' Hattie of Heltys burg,*' which caused s> much excitement herc sime vears ago. For tho Inst four years America and Ku rope b tve been searched for ¿ a scene fii tn replnce Jerusalem and jollow .'Gettysburg,-' but milling could be found . that would not tuff r too much by cora puison A South African s-eoe could not be had, a battle scene was wante I, and a constant wish being expressed by Cyclorama visitois to sae (J eu y «burg agaii, it was determined-as not ling equal to it in any pari of the world could tie fount to re erect Gettysburg. Thi-s has been doDc, and visit-ire to thc city will, arter recent cveuls, Sud a sjiecUl interest in seeing what war really mean-. The management have added a most facinaling novelty to the Hall of Illusions, which, willi a quantity of new Cinematograph films, mike np a splen...
SACKVILLE REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 22 August 1902
SACKVILLE REACH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Pruning season at Tizzana Vine- &nbsp; &nbsp; yard is almost finished. A large num- ber of local hands have been employed for some weeks carrying out the work. The Vineward is to be seen at its &nbsp; worst just at present, although it is in splendid cultivation. &nbsp; &nbsp; The river at Sackville Reach is &nbsp; getting in a deplorable state, and unless some steps are taken to have the sand banks-that are being formed removed, it will be as bad as Wind- sor reach in a very short time. At the present time it is with great diffi- culty that the river-trading steamers &nbsp; can get past Churchill's wharf, and along the reach they are compelled to keep as close as possible to the bank, &nbsp; even at high tide. The H. S. N. Coy. have purchased a new boat with shallow dra...
COLO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
COLO. A very enjoyable concert was given at Mr. Thomas Everingham's resi dence on Tuesday night, 19th inst., by a company of aborigines from Sackville and Wheeney. The object of the concert was to assist in raising funds for the erection of a public building in Wheeney. The Abori ginal Musical Company consisted of four Miss Barbers, Fred Barber, and his two brothers, and Alf. Evering ham. The various performances were carried out under the able con ductorship of iMiss Dikson, who has charge of the Aboriginal Mission Station at Sackville. The entertain ment lasted about ¿wo hours, during which time the?> "spectators (who numbered about 25), had the pleasure of hearing some sweet strains of melody from the Wheeney Aboriginal Leaf Band, some hymns rendered in a highly creditable manner by both male and female members of the company, and also some very amus ing humorous recitations by Mise Dixson, who, by the way, seems tc possess a considerable amount ol eloeutional ability. ÏFre3. ...
Fitzgerald Bros' Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
Fitzgerald Bros' Circus. Mr. Frank Jones, the well-known repre sentative of Messrs. Mtzgerald's circos, arrived in Windsor on Tuesday last to make arrangements for the opening here of this well-known combination. On this occasion (with but few exceptions)) the company will be absolutely new-such as the great scene by the newly imported " Leon Family ' and " Saving the Colours " (which is an episode of the late Boer war, and has created throughout Queensland quite a furore). The war horse, " St. Just," is stated to be a marvel of sagacity, and saves the life of his captain and the colonre of Britain. " The Great Cycle Whiit," by four adept riders, is another marvel of equitation. The company comprises 58 horses and ponies, 12 cages of wild animals, and in all 108 people. They will play here next Tuesday night. The location will, as usual, be opposite the Bail «rafe ÏTnfûl DOA a Ant death of MT. Minnel Hear, which md event took .place ;yesi»rday week, at tbeSydhey^Hosmtel On the Frida...
Windsor Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
I Windsor Borough Council. The regular fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Wednesday night, when there were present-The Mayor (Aid. Paine), and Aldermen Berckelman, Hannabus, J. T. GoBper, Primrose, Dean, Mortley, and Taylor. Previous minutes were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Windsor Volunteer Fire Brigade, asking the council to attend io the hydrants in the borough, as at Î»resent there was a great difficulty in orating many of them. Aid. Dean moved that the request j Ibe complied with. . t , , &*S&onded by aid. Hannabus, who "fcUBiTomtav'AmrriBTf.''----*-~ Windsor Cricket Club, asking per mission to use the wicket in McQuade | Park. Granted. BEPORTS. The Mayor made a report about] the deputation that went to Sydney re the opening up of South Creek. (Particulars have already appeared in these columns.) Mr. Smythe, the j engineer, had since been up, and would submit a report. He had every reason to think the council's request j would be compl...
RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
-Seta l Glorious rain I It is tb best sews we' have to record thi week There was a little last week but this week brought us some good substantial showers. And all hand are hoping that it means a propel break np of the drought. In Windsor there was a shower 01 Sunday night, and something ever] day since. There was a steady fal during Wednesday night, which re gistered 40 points up to 9 o'clocl yesterday morning. A heavy showei yesterday afternoon brought the tally up to 68 points. That was the mea surement taken at the Windsor ob servatory, as kindly supplied to oui representative by Mr. John Tebbutt, F.B.A.8. From what we could gather yester day evening, from various sources, the fall was general throughout the district. From Upper Colo, to Kurra jong the rainB have been particularly good. There is jubilation amongst the farmers. The outlook for ploughing and sowing presents a far different aspect now. The grass, too, will now have a chance. There is a spring in it already ! The av...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL QUOTATIONS. Maize, 6/- to 6/6. Chaff, 8/6 to 9/. Bran, 1/8 to 1/10. Pollard, 1/7 to 1/9. Onions, 8/6 to 9/6. Potatoes, 8/- to 8/6. Oaten hay, 8/- to 9/. Lucerne, 9/* to 9/6. Straw, 6/- to 6/. Peas (blue), 7/- to 7/6. Peas (grey), 5/- to 6/. Oats, 4/- to 4/6. Barlev. 4/6 to SJ.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
ROYAL . . HOT! WINDSOR THE Mnaoa-jsriSHiD HOME OF ... TOURISTS . . . FITZROY HOTFj FAMILY & COMMERCIAL, / j GEOBGE-STEEET, WINDS(j | J. H. EAGLES» Proprf CENTRALLY Bituateâ, and renoi its comfort and moderate chargj An Excellent Table Always Ken 1 Appointed Reception House to the VI Wales League of Wheelmen. \| Best Brands of Spirits, Wines, and in stock. BEST BILLIARD ROOM IN TOI ROYAL HOTEI RICHMOND. C. F. RIEMENSCHNEIDER,! PBOPEIKTOB. THE Host Up-tonlsU Hostelry ia District. Nothing bnt the Best Liol kept, Fintatae Accommodation. Cam Excellent. Billiard and Sample Boo] Every Can resilience.
SYDNEY MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
SYDNEY MARKETS. Thunda?. A quiet tone prevailed in the Bed fern railway market thia morning for the represented lines of produce. The rain is again responsible for the some* what depressed tone of the morning's sale, and in many instances values of different lines descended below the ruling rates. Prime chaff sold at 7/8, while a straw variety made 4/10 per cwt. Several other lines, including pollard, potatoes, derrick straw, and wheat were offered, but as a reason able price for each respective line could not be obtained the lots were passed in. Wholesale prices were : Wheat. 4/10 to5/- : flour. £10 to£l2/ lo/-; pollard, l/6£ to 1/7; bran, 1/8 to 1/8$; maize, 5/9 to 6/- ; barley, 4/8 to 4/6 ; oats, 3/9 to 4'- ; chaff, £5/5/ to £8 ; oaten hay £9/5/- to £9/10/. ; straw, bundle £5 to £6/10/- ; sun light oil cake, six ton lots £10, one ton lot«, £10/5/- ; lucerne, £10 to £10/10/-; bacon, sides, 9¿d to 9|4, flitches, to 9J ; hams, colonial in cloth, 10jd ; peas, grey, 5/6, blue 7/6 to 8...
Travelling Expensas [?] Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
_ Travelling Expensas o-H Judges. The Premier presented a ret the Legislative Assembly on i night last, on the request of Mr., L. Fitzpatrick, M.L.A., relativ the travelling expenses of Jui Crown prosecutors, and Jil associâtes. The allowanoesJ of the Supreme Court on o in 1901 £960, out of whioh ort Judges ware 80s a day in the me . suburban, and Hunter districts, i necessary expenses in the 1 western districts, and £2 a day ; other districts. Crown pro« got 21s a day when on the r 23s when not, except in the western district, when the " off way" allowance was 26s, an&lt; connection with the Wentworth Wilcannia courte, when 30s allowed. The amounts so pai| the Judges during 1891 ranged £5 to £818. All Judges were1 travelling allowed free passes oi railways.
That Fourth [?] PROTEST FROM WINDSOR COUNCIL. RIVER CONSIDERABLE FALLEN FEAS OF WATER SUPPLY BECOMING BRACKISH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
PROTEST FROM WiNDÖOR COUNCIL. , BITER CONSIDERABLY FALLEN , FEARS OF WATER SUPPLY BECOMING BRACKISH. Át the Windsor Council meeting on Wednesday night the following , minute was read from the Mayor : i "I beg to draw your attention to the fact that the Government have , constructed a weir across the river at t Penrith in connection with the Syd ney water supply ; and it has been reported by the engineer of the waterworks here that the river has consequently fallen several inches. 9 With the additional huge quantities of water it is intended to take from 1 the Nepean river, it is feared there will be a still further fall in the ' river here, and, as a, consequence, 1 danger of the water being rendered 1 unfit for drinking purposes. I there fore recommend that this serious in terference with the Windsor water supply be pointed out to the Govern * ment, with the request that the ' interests of the people here should : be protected, and that the member s for the district be requested to...
Hawkesbury Students Homebush. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
Hawkesbury Students Homebush. About fifteen of the Hawkas^H College students paid a visit to H^^H bush fat (stock sales on ThursdaVArJ last week. The object was to the students an insight into ihel^H duot of the sales, and to enable to learn what thev could in '^^M branch of the business which have taken up. Mr. Souter, dairy expert, was in charge, and^H understood that the visit will be i^^M by various students periodically.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
MASSEY-HARRIS HIGH-GRADE FARM MACHINERY. -Harris f Stripper Harvester ' Wide Open Reaper and Binder Reapers-Back and Side Delivery. Brentford Mowers Hay Rakes-26-tooth and 32-tooth Grain and Fertilizer Drills Spring-Tooth Cultivators and Seeders Disc Harrows-12 diso, 14 diso Lever Harrows-Spike and Spring Tooth Diamond Harrows-6 sizes Scufflere-various sizes and styles Plows-all sizes and styles " Peerless " Binder & Thrasher Oil "Blue Ribbon" & "Red Star1 Binder Twine ^ Traction Engines and Threshers If jlSSIY-pWllS GO., liniletf, 35 Broadway, Sydney. C. S. GUEST, AGENT, RICHMOND. RENEW THE SOIL. Manures for all Crops. Special Potato Manures. GEO. SHIRLEY & CO., 81 PITT - STBE ET, S~5TID 3^TE"5T. WRITE FOR PAMPHLET. Land and Property Agents. PINKSTONE & COLLISON, GEOHGrB - ST , WINDSOR^ BEG to announce to Hie Residents »t th« Hawkesbury District that it i their intention to COMMENCE BUSINESS as Land and Property Agents. They are Prepared to Dispose o...
A Trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. (For the "Herald.") XVI. OSAKA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
A Trip to tlie Laiid of tlie Rising Sun. [BY J. H. MITCHELL ] (For the " Herald.") XVI. OSAKA. After an exceedingly pleasant hour and a half's run from Kioto we arrived at the above city, and on our way to our hotel I was most agreeably impressed with the first coup.d'oeil of the city. Though the streets through which we passed were rather narrow, there was ac tivity and bustle everywhere, the shops (even the very humblest) having electric light. I may here remark that this light is general in all cities and towns. Alternating with gaily colored lanterns, distant music, the splash of oars from the eanalB (intersecting every street) fed by the broad river dividing the city, md covered with flotillas of boats -bearing colored lights, festooned from stem to stern-gave an exceed ingly striking air to the whole scene. gow of Japan. -Thejoity 1sy jjtj* second of the empire, aïd was at one period the depot of the military rorceB of Jppan, but in latter years ;hey were transferred to the ca...
The Hawkesburgy Herald. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1902. THAT PENRITH WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
WINDSOR, FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1902. THAT PENRITH WEIR. The weir receptly placed across the Nepean at Penrith for the purpose of augmenting the Sydney water supply is worrying the Hawkesbury people. The dry spell has left the river low enough, but, when it falls another eight or nine inches-as they say it has-as a result of this business up above, then the alarm is quite understandable. The Bait water has been gradually creeping up ; and the weir in question is causing an accentuation of the evil. The water at Wilberforce, only four " miles below Windsor, is now brack ish, and the question arises, Is the Windsor water supply going to be affected ? The matter is therefore a most serious one. The Mayor, recognising its seriousness, tabled a minute at the council meeting on Wednesday night, and a lengthy discussion ensued, as a result of which it was unanimously decided to strongly protest to the Minister against the interference with the interests here. It was also decided to ask the membe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902
HST JD Storekeepers, RICHMOND. f ADMITTED THE OHEAPÜT HOUSED ?Wy -IN THE ESBURY DISTRICT GOODS -AT SYDNEY. PRICES ! ! Ham You TrkA our ^ GORDON BLEND TEA «« U. Per ñ Loimde's B um, 25s 6d per gallon Brown's Bulk Whisky, 25s 6d per gallon Bullock Lade do 25s 6d do Tooth's Ale, 7s 6d dozen Resch's Stock Beer, 9s 6d dozen Bulldog Ale and Stout, Burke's Stout, McEwau's Ale, 14s dozen quarts Key Gin, 75s per case Hennessy's Brandy Boomerang do Martel!^ do Wolfe's Schnapps Sea Horse Schnapps Cherry Brandy Port Wines, from ls 3d Sherry, from ls 3d Clarets V.D.O. and Colonial Champagne, Moet and Shandon Simpson & Holdsworth RICHMOND.