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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

La Grippe's Legacy. A WINTER*S^ILLNESS. A Prompt and Permanent Restoration.! Th« OM« ot Mr* M. SPENOER, (Br A SPECIAL BSPO&TEB.) The practical seems to have nearly alto gether r.upersedrd the ideal in these utili tarian times, for to enable a subject to take hold of the «nind it must contain tome clement of what is useful and instructive : and as the inUrview with Mrs. Mary ?Spencer, of No. 5 Adolphus-street, Balmain, is consonant with this argument, we place it under the tiotioo of our readers. "I was one of the many victims pro-] strated by influenza ten yea» »go," besan Mrs. î*peueer, "and I was >ery ill with it nearly all the winter. For three weeks t ?ould not st;r out of my bed, the paint bruit my body being so acute »hut it wai ilniost impossible to move. After a while lie feyer subsided, but even then i »fly little belter, a« I waB too exh mstr« nd weak to be of «ny use.' When^ tr'tei to stmd up I found th;<t thenclirs werectilj ¡II my limbs avd »bout m...

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Fumigating Fruit Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

Fumigating Fruit Trees. Mr. Froggatt, Government Entomo logist, in a report to Mr. Kidd, Minis ter for Agriculture, states that his recent work conclusively shows the value of fumigating fruit trees to com bat insect pests. On a recent visit to Branxton he gave a practical demon stration in fumigating, and subse quently over 1000 trees were so treated. Last week Mr. Froggatt inspected a great number of the citrus and peach trees, and states that all the red scale were dead and the foliage bright and green. One fumigation had also destroyed the San Jose scale on the peach trees. He also in spected some trees he had fumigated in the district three years ago, and found that although surrounded by badly infested trees they remained clean for over 18 months. Mr. Kidd is advised that a great many orchardists are favorably impressed with the fumigation method, and are fitting up tents and the necessary material for practising it systematically. He thinks it would be very advantageous if ne...

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OTHER ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

OTHER ROAD WORK. j Same Department, in reply toa petition signed, by William Corn well, John Nicholson, and other residents of Pitt Town Common, I Nelson, Vineyards, &c., urging im- ! provements to the road from the | Windsor-Parramatta road to Cattai Creek, stating that the Minister had approved of £86 being noted for consideration for this work.

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GOOD NEWS FOR PITT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

GOOD NEWS FOR PITT TOWN. Public Works Department, referr ing to a petition signed by Messrs. A. H. Hipwell, A. Mitchell, W. Maxwell, J. Smallwood, and other residents of Pitt Town, asking that certain works be put in hand for the purpose of relieving the distress in that district, stating that the Minister had approved of work to the extent of £200 being carried out on the Pitt Town to Old North road, by day labor.

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The Case against Bock. THE PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. "Not the slightest reflection on his character." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

The Case against Bock. I THE PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. ACCUSED DISCHARGED. "Not the slightest reflection on his character." At the Quarter Sessions held this week at Parramatta, before his Honor Judge Murray and a jury of twelve. Ferdinand Bock, committed from Windsor, waB charged with killing a steer, the property of William Hea eion, of Killarney, with intent to steal the akin. Mr. Dawson was Grown Prosecutor. Mr. E. B. Walker, of Windsor, ap peared for accused, who had obtained bail. Plea, not guilty. Evidence, similar to that given at the Windsor police couit, and already published |in these columns, was given for the prosecution by William Hes sion, G. B. Maisey, P. Molloy, and Constable McCarthy ; and these were cross-examined by Mr. Walker. At the coBclueion of the case for .i_. n_ ir. «r_ n_ __i_i u:_ Kuu vniij lui. Iiai&U HUHU HIB Honor to direct the jury that the evi dence adduced showed that accused had no criminal intent at the time he committed the offence, a...

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Church services. SUDNAY, AUGUST 31. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

Church fi&rvlces. SUNDAr, iltfflBjST SI. CHURCH OF «ENGLAND. St. Matthew's, Windsor, ll and 7, Ber. Maurice Gray. Vineyards, 2 30, Sunday School , 3.30, church bervice (Holy Communion), Bey. Maurice Gray. St. Peter's, Richmond, ll and 7, Rev. J. Howell-Price, Bural Dean. St. Paul's, Agnes Banka, 3.30 p.m. North Richmond, 11} St. Stephen's, 3, Ber. S. G. Fielding. f St. Albans, 7; Wiseman's Ferry, 3; Lower Portland, 10.80, Ber. H. W. Bogers. Central McDonald, ll, Mr. J. T. Marx. ROMAN CATHOLIC Windsor, 1st Mass, 8 o'clock; 2nd Mass1 10 o'clock. Evening Devotions, 7 o'clock* Ber. B. McDonnell. METHODIST. Windsor, ll, Rev. J. W,-Winspear ; 7, Mr. A. Williams. Richmond, ll, Mr. A. Williams ; 7, Rer. J. W. Winspear. North Richmond, ll, Supply. Kurrajong, 2.30, Supply. Wil Iberforce, 3, Ber. J. W. Winspear. Sackville, ll, , Mr. H. Walker ; 7, Rer. J. Colwell. Lower Portland, 2.30, Rev. J. Colwell. Loet's Vale, ll, Rev. J. Colwell. Lower Hawkesbury, ll and 7, Mr. A. Walker. St. Alb...

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Mt. Kembla Disaster. SHILLING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

. Ml. Kembla Disaster. I SHILLING FUND. j j In order to afford our readers an easy method of contributing towards ' the alleviation of the disUfejflJSWWdj ! "HawkesburyHerald" staff 10 0 Windsor family ... ... 6 0 H. Pickup . 10 R.A. Pye . 1 0 G. Kirwan . ... 10 Claude Farlow . 1 0 W. B. Greenwell . 1 0 W. Padley . 10 Mrs. Bloome. 1 0 Bertie Bloome . 1 0 Nellie McDonnell. 10 J. H. Bloome . 10 Ö.A.C. 10 J. O'Brien . 1 0 A Friend . 1 0 W.Ross . 1 0 "Wolly" ... ... ... 1 0 ''£1 ll 0

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The Trip "Out Back." (For the "Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

f:- <Fot ta« " Herald,) ' [BT HABRIET M'MAHON.] TTT __ ..*«._ _ _ We were sitting, not, as is gener ally stated, gathered closely round a cheerful fire, but at a respectful j distance from a blazing log fire, for j with us wood was plentiful. We \ built fires that were the delight of country folks, and the never-ending wonder of the city people who from, time to time visited our quiet little dell. For once we seemed at a loss how to spend the evening. Games had grown dullreading more so. " Let us each tell a yarn !" at last some one suggested. "Not a snake yarn ?" " No ; nor a fish yam eitfier ! Let it be a real experience." It was decided that the eldest should begin. The eldest, it may be guessed, waB not of the feminine gender. " Well," says T-S-, " I'll tell you my first experience after leaving my Dad's home. Inex perienced, and with very little money to strike out in the world for myself, I was somewhat like a man set down at the embouchure of fifty paths through a ...

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The Battle of Gettysburg. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

The Battle of Gettysburg. I After a lapse of seven years, the manage- : rueot of the Cyclorama decided to reptare " Jerusalem " by re-erecting the tn»sterpi?M af Cycloramic Art, the " Battle of Gettys burg," which caused so much excitement here some years ago. For the last four yean America and Europe have been searched for a, scene fit to replace Jérusalem and jollow " Gettysburg,1' but nothing could be found that would not suffer too much by com parison. A South African s:ene could not be had, a battle scene was wanted, and a constant wish being expresred by Cyclorama visitois to see Gettysburg again, it wai determined-as nothing equal to it in any part of tue world could be found-to re erect Gettysburg. This has been done, and visitors to the city will, after recent events, Und a special interest in seeing what war really means. The management have added a moEt faoinating novelty to the Hall of Illusions, which, with a quantity of new Cinematograph films, make up a splendid exhib...

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RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

RICHMOND. Messrs. Mitchell and Son are paint ing tho fire engine of the local brigade. lt will look tip top when finished. Mr C. Icely, J.P., returned this week after a long holiday in Sydney. For some time past Mr. Icely has been troubled with his eyes, and is at present under the treatment of Dr. Pocklpy, the celebrated oculist Mr. D. 0. Howell-Price has gone to Bundanoon for a holiday. Boll up end see the " Snowball " start rolling at the School of Arts on Wednesday evening next ! Mr. J. R. Mitchell expects to move into Mr. T. Biddle's new cottage in Windsor-street next week. It is a pretty little building, and reflects great credit on the contractors. Copies of the " Hawkesbury Herald" may bo obtained at Mr. J. C. Horn's, every Friday morning. AU orders left with Mr. Horn will receive prompt attention. Mr. E. S. Paull has had his cottage in March-street thoroughly done up, and one would hardly recognise the place again- Mr. W. Knott had the contract, and is to b9 complimented on...

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COLEGE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

Every department of the Hawkes bury Agricultural College is in full Bwing. The staff and students are working extra time every "day, and special lectures are held every night, preparatory to the annual examina tions to be held in December. During the month 130 persons have officially visited the college, besides the numbers who casually glance over the farm without visiting the head quarters. Exhaustive experiments are this year to be carried out with the potato growing. Thirty-seven varieties are being prepared for planting for the purpose of ascertaining what are good for the district. Forty-two plots are to be planted; and a study is to be made of the effect of manures upon each particular kind. The experiments will be carried on with a view to determine the value of the potato as a simple or complete ferti liser. Nitrogen will be tested in different forms, ditto phosphoric acid in different forms and quantities. Maize will bo experimented with in the same manner. The farmers of ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS. - Beautiful rain 1 Everyone jubilant 1 Hope we have nore of it I The drought'! had a fair innings I The Member is putting in good work for the district. He is very constant. That £200 will be a boon to the poor Pitt Town people. Two young sons of Mr. Robert Lowe, of Lower Portland, have each built splendid little models of steam engines, - Worms undermine Children's Constitu tions. Use¡ Wade's Worm Figs, ls. boxes.» The tender of Mr. H. Sheens hu been accepted for the repairs to Blaxland'« Ridge publio school, £26/16/. The Ber. D. Cameron was pi celebration of the closing of tl Mr. J. D. Stewart, M.R.C.VJB, and son of Mr. J. Stewart, of Church street, Windsor, has been appointed lecturer on the inspection of meat and of animals at the Sydney Technical College. Mr. W. Humphrey, of Lower Portland, offers his steam launch " Lottie " for sale in this issue. A great lot of improvements have been made to the boat lately, and anyone wanting a bargain cannot d...

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[?] A Trek with the and Rogt. M. S. W. Mounted Rifles. III. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

(BY TEOOPBE G. F. MORTIMER, ] OF RICHMOND.) . III. On July 12th General Featherston haugh'a division left Zeerust on a' sweeping movement - through . the Lichtenburg distriot. Ool. Williams' column was on the left flank, OoL Rawlinson's in the centre, and Col. Sickie's on the right flank. On July 2lst the column arrived at Klerksdorp. Nothing of consequence occurred on the trek. The total cap tures were 23 prisoners and about 1,000 cattle. About 400 refugees were taken into the campa On the 27th the column left Klerks dorp, and on the same day at Buis fontein we captured 1,200 sheep. On the 29th at Leeuwfonteio, the Austra lian Scouts came in touch with about 150 Boers, who began to fire volleys at our men. Captain Hasler, thinking they were part of another British column-they were wearing cavalry capea-signalled to them. The Boers, thinking our men were about to sur render, advanced towards the Scouts. When within speaking distance Cap tain Hasler reprimanded them for firing on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

. %Wm 'W- AIIXIISOJMT9 - Chemist & Surgeon Dentist, Bichmond. ' Teeth on Vulcanite, Silver, Platinum «nd Gold. Fit, beauty md natural appear«08« guaranteed. Teeth fitted withoat any pain whatever, and without the extraction ol stamps ' ff desired. Tooth extractions and stoppings a speciality. AU Dental Work being DONK : UPON THE PREMISES, repairs of all kinds can be executed at short notice. CONSULTATIONS FREE. THE DRUG DEPAfiTMEHT «Ul be found thoroughly up-to-date and replete with . «ll tiie necessary appliances for the proper dispensing of physicians' prescriptions with accuracy and despatch. Tour Sight Tested and Spectacles fitted on the Most Approved Scientific Principles. Smoke Glasses and Goggles in all Shades. J. W. ALLISON, RICHMOND. Mn John J. Paine, SOLICITOR. A Commissioner for Affidavits for New Sonth Wales, Sonth Australia, and Tasmania. Successor to the Late Hr. B. (Joley. GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR. Money to Lend on Approved Security. Wm. Walker & Son, SO...

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The [?] THE DEBATE INT HE [?] MR. FITZPATRICK AND MR. HALL AGAIN! VERBATIM REPORTS OF THEIR SPEECHES. MR. HALL IMPUTES PERSONAL MOTIVES. AND IS CALLED UPON TO WITHDRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

I , \>})\)^\l^ ! '«'ll ; V :J HA VERBATIM REPORTS OP THEIR SPEEOHES. MR. HALL IMPUTES ^PERSONAL MOTIVES. AND IS GALLED UPON TO WITHDRAW. In last issue «re gave a short ac oount of the debate ia the Assembly over the Bichmond bridge. By the ' Hansard " which has since reached us we have been enabled to peruse the verbatim report. The attention of a fairly full House was occupied with t be question for about 40 min utes, of which Mr. Fitzpatrick spoke for 22. Mr. Jessop, strongly sup ported the Minister's .proposal for the £22,000 traffic bridge, as did also Mr. B. B O'Oonor, and the motion was carried on the voices Space will not permit of our reproducing the whole debate, but we give the speeches of Mr. Fitzpatrick and the local Member, as they have a particular interest for those of our readers who have followed up the vexed question of this bridge. Mr. J. C. L Fitzpatrick (Rylstone) : I may say at the outset that I have no opposition to offer to a structure being placed aoross ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

H. R. S. DYER, .MANAGER. jreat OF FOOTWEAR. JREAT REDUCTIONS ÎE THE PJBICES OF A FEW LEADING LINES : Wieb' Kid L6C6 Shoes, 2/11 idies' Kid Buttah ^Shoes, 4/11 invas Shoes, 1/6 dt.Slippers, 6d id Laoe Boots 7/11 Blucher Boote, 3/11 Cossacks, 676 GeDts' Beal Calf Boots, 8/11 Gents' Tweed Bale, 5/11 Bojs'Boots, 2/11 BOOTS MADE TO ORDER. ANY &TYLE. E ARE THE. HOOT PEOPLE. TEA! TEA!! TEA!!!, Try One Pound of our lld .'Tea; Equal to Tea Sold at le. 6d. per lb. ve Your Money and Slwp at tlie, rnhmoM Boot Cog. H. R. S. DYER, MANAGl^ [WKESBÏÏRY STORE AND BÄKERZ .FlftST PRIZE FOR BREAD «ie HAWKESBURY SHOW for TWO YEARS IN SUCCESSION against All-oomere. ; The Bread at this Establishment is Manufactured upon the Laesttj ible Up-to-date Improvements. irs for Small Goods Promptly Attended to. Dione but the First-class Article Made. WILLIAM .Hawkesbury Store, Windsor. IN DÜNSTON, PROPRIETOR. WILLIAM POPE, MANAGER, te Dunston-Pope Fruit Co. (SUCCESSORS TO JOHN POPE & CO.), WHOLESALE...

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A Compll[?] to Mr. Brinsley Hall, M.P. SOCIAL EVENING AT LOWER PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

POETLANP. ' (By our epeoiaL) For some time the Progresa Association at Lower Portland has j been anxious to get Mr. Haüjdown j amongst them to show him some mark of the appreciation they 'feel towards him for the excellent work he has accomplished during the short time he has represented the district. The matter was at length brought to a head, and the arrangements took the form of a social dinner, which even tuated on Saturday evening last. Mr. Hall was accompanied by Mr. A. D. Fowler (the Windsor postmaster) and representatives of the local press Messrs. F. Campbell ("Gazette")! and W. H. Pinkstone (" Herald "). The party left Windsor about 2 p.m., behind Mr Hall's spanking unicorn. j On the way various places were j called at. First of all a visit was | paid to an interesting little irrigation scheme being carried on by Mr. David Salter, of Wilberforce. At Ebenezer a halt was made for some time. Mr. S. Smythe (assistant engineer) was ] there to see about the proposed wharf; and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

RICHMOND^ DAIRY. (PROPRIETOR) BEGS to inform the Residents of Rich mond that he has pnrchased the above Business from afr- J. H. Williamson, and Respectfully.solicits a continuance of their patronage, THE RICHMOND DAIRY HEED is recognised as the Best in the District, and the PUREST MILE in any quantity can bc Sa pplied. Cart runs round Richmond twice daily. PURR AKn UNADULTERATED A. GRIMWOOD. ... . r . $.jr. ? ? .A. FEW Special Lines TO CLEAR. FLANNELETTES. Black and White Reversible, at 4Jd Red and Black Reversible,'at 4 jd Tartan Haids, at 5¿d Blouse Patterns, at 5¿d Blouse Patterns, formerly 9(1, now 6¿d Striped Patterns, from 3¿d FLANNELS. Pink Edge Electoral Flannels, all wool, from 10Jd yard Welsh Flannels, from lld yard HOSIERY. Ladies' and Children's Ribbed Cash mere Hosiery, Double Knees, at lld pair Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, 4¿d Children's Ribbed Hose, 6d DRESS GOODS. Double Width Costume Cloths, from 6¿d Double Width Serges, 7¿d . Oolored Bengalenes, from ls 6d at Wholes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

TO TRAVEL THIS ¿K^H|Hp Turough Wilberforce, ^TSE^ÏJÊgfâjfa- Sackville Reach, and THE DRAUGHT STALLION, Brilliant Boy. HB ie a Black Horse, haring Great Bone and Muscle, and Plenty of Hair. He is by VERMONT, whose sire and dam were both imported, dam by BLAM (imported). BRILLANT BOY has* nothing but the Best Strain of Imported blood for yean back. BRILLIANT BOY took First Priie it thc Hawkesbury Show as a two-year-old, and Secondât the-Royal-Agricultural Society's Show the same year. TERMS : SINGLE MARE... ' ... £1 15s Two or More, belonging to 'same owner £1 10s For Further Particulars, Apply to Ti nnnntiqionn TTT-II_._. o H « ¡a fl û û H fl fl H Coming by Special trains. THE KING SHOW ATTRACTION OF 1902. AT WÍÑDSOR, , Tuesday, September 2 (POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY). Located near Railway Station FITZGERALD BROS.' 20TH CENTURY CIRCUS . AND COLLECTION OF WILD ANIMALS. AN ALL-NEW SHOW, NEW PEOPLE, JUST ARRIVED. WE BRING YOU GOOD VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. A REAL LIVE, TOP-NOTCH AMUSE MENT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Herald — 29 August 1902

SALE DAYS': TUESDAYS -AND ^.SATURDAYS, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHABP. AU Kinde of Produce, Fruit, Poultry Cattle, Furniture* &c. ftc, sold. J. B. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER* ALFRED RANGER, AUCTIONEER, LAND, ESTATE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, VALUATOR, AUDITOR, & ACCOUNTANT, FINANCIAL AGENT. £10,000 to Lend on Approved Security in Bums from £200 upwards at Reasonable Interest. AUCTION SALESOOÑDÜOTED. COTTAGES TO LET. COTTAGES and HOUSES FOE SALE. FARMS and ORCHARDS FOB PRIVATE SALE ©» Persons Infesting or Selling would benefit themselves by Consulting the Under signed, either at ms-ms&e (back of Court House), -DB Anetta Kart, GEOBSE-ST., WIHDSOR ALFRED RANGER. BIKES ! _ BIKES ! A. A. Woods (CARE OF H. R. HILL), RICHMOND, IS the LOCAL AGENT for BENNETT ic WOODS' CELEBRATED BICYCLES, aad is prepared to receive orders for any style of SPEEDWELL Machine from £13 10s to £23 10s. TheBe Machines Aie con sidered ihe BEST IN THE WO ¿LD, and persons thinking of buying should see A.A....

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