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Richmond Trotting and Racing
HPHK Ordinary General M ci ting of tho
above Company will be hcM at thc Imperial Hotel, Richmond, on Thurs day, October 25, fO-3, at 3.SO p.m.
1. Director's Report and Balance
2. Any other business which may bc
hrouprht forward in conformity with thc Articles of Association.
GEO. K. K1L.DUFF,
THE SPORTING PUBLIC
Can now obtain
from thc Local Agent,
C. D. SHADLOW,
AU classes of repair wark undertaken at lowest possible rates. Goods may bc left or I will call by appointment.
WINDSOR INQUIRIES TO
POR SALE-Rubber-tyred Sulky,
motor Beat, nearly new. Apply this office. ...
l^OR SALE.-Jersey Cow,, third cali,
? thoroughly quiet, dehorned, clinker. Apply this Office.
"COULS FOR SALE" is our greatest
Film production of the year. See it Monday, October 1,
?pOR SALE.-Single seater Buick
motor car, splendid running order, private use; buying larger car. First come, £125. W. F. Slack, "Argus" office, Parramatta.
WANTED * to . Buy-Sulky Horse,
quiet reliable; willing to hire; or would exchange for good saddle horse. R. Bodilly, Nth. Richmond P.O.
rpo LET-Furnished brick cottage, Windsor Street, Richmond, 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, all conveniences. Apply Miss Benson.
YJlpLL Patrons please note I have
removed my office two doors high er up (Next Woodhill & Co.).
Business as usual.
N B E. SULLIVAN,
Auctioneer, Agent, etc.
YI^ILL Customers take note that my
Hairdressing Saloon will be open till 10 o'clock on Eight-Hour morning and will close the following Wednes day at 1 p.m. Call early and avoid the crush. >
KENNETH W. SLY,
Opp Post Office.
/"iNCE used Yanco pine grape boxes
practically unmarked and equal to uew at 9d. on Rail Sydney. Book early, The Coast al Farmers' Co-op. Soc. Ltd.
Box S6 Haymarket P.O.,
FOR PURCHASE OF BULL.
fHE Trustees of the Richmond Com
mon call for prices for a Short horn or Jersey Bull.
Quotations to be delivered to the Town Clerk by Thursday, September 27, 1923.
>.j Electric Light Consumers.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that owing
to the expiration of the Company's contract the Electric Light will be dis connected as from Midnight, on Oct 'óber 7, 1923.
W. O. DAY,
J>ESI»ENTa..,«f. North Richmond,
Tennyson, and. surnuiuding dis tricts, are invited to attend a Public Meeting, to, be held at the residence of Mr. Norris, storekeeper, on Wed nesday, October 3, at S p.m., for the purpose of forming a Prpgress Asso
ciation. F. J. Norris and S. D. Cam eron, conveners.
R. C. JONES,
Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent,
EAST MARKET-ST., RICHMOND. Phone, 37 Richmond and 135 Windsor.
TF you have a farm or orchard to
sell, call in, as I have buyers wait ing for Good Farms or Orchards-at Reasonable Prices.
Richmond Private Hospital.
Late Public Hospital. / VyiLL be opened by NURSE BYRNE
for the reception of General afnd Maternity cases. Nurse Bryne wishes to state that she has taken ove/ the
practice lately conducted by Atarse
"Clotho" Private Hospital.
Bosworth Street, Ricfimcrd.
NURSE CORDEROY, A.Ï.N.A.
(Late of the Staff of the Royfel HospL
tal for Women, Paddington.)
MATERNITY CASES TAKEN.
Acting on instruction from M^ A. Spence, thc undermentioned StocV and Plant will be sold at Auction \
Saturday, September 29, 1923, at 27^0,
On thc premises at Castlereagh, neaS, the P.O. Owing to the vendor tak ing up a position, thc whole is for sale. 12 Young Cows, milking and springing.
3 Forward Heifers. 1 Bull.
4 Heifers, 2 years,
5 Heifers, 18 months. 4 Steers, 2 years.
2 Draught Geldings. 1 useful Van Mare.
1 useful Van Gelding.
120 pairs Fowls, W.L. and B.O.
Double-furrow plow, 2 single furrow
plows, chaffcutter and horse works, seed plantel-, cultivator, scarifier, harrows, incubator, separator, milk cans, waggonette, spring cart, lip dray, plough and van harness, spray and pump, saddle and bridle, copper, grindstone, also numerous sundries.
C. J. WELCH,
Auctioned', Opp. Railway Station,
['Phone: 108 Pen.
ORCHARD AND FARM PROPERTY. ]
160 acres, being portions 7 and 68 of
the County ot -Cork, Parish of Mer roo, situated at Blaxland's Ridge, 12 miles from Richmond, on which is erected a comfortable cottage, kitchen, underground tank, , large shed and stables; 20 acres being cleared and planted with orchard, the whole being
fenced and sub-divided.
TORRENS TITLE. ' Liberal terms extending over 31 years.
GUEST & COX
Will offer the above on account of the i Mortgagees, aP their, rooms, Bast Mar ket Street, Richmond, on Saturday, October 6, at 3 p.m.
Full particulars obtainable from the Auctioneers on application.
RICHMOND PERMANENT COMMON
TtfOTICE is hereby given that the fees j
for aglstment on the above Com mon have been fixed by the Trustees at the following rates :
Cattle .. 3/9 per J-year, f/6 per an." Horses .. 7/6 per J-year, 16/ per an.
September 17, 1023.
j Municipality of Richmond.
SANITARY, & GARBAGE SERVICES ^PENDERS are called for and will be
received up to Thursday, October
I ll, for the carrying out of the Sani
tary and Garbage collections for three : years,' from November 3, 1923.
Tenderers are asked to submit al ternate prices for the joint service, and also prices for the each service as a ¡ separate contract.
I The successful tenderer will be re
1 quired to furnish the Council with a j
bond of £50/- for the due performance
¡ of the terms of the specification. !
Speclficalons and particulars can be obtained on application to
A. GRIMWOOD. j
Town Clerk. | Town Hall,
Sept. 17, 1923. i
'PENDERS, plainly endorsêd, and
addressed to Mr. L. Henry, In spector of Schools, Newcastle, will be received up till 12 noon, Friday, Octo4 ber 5, 1.92?, for purchase and removal "Í the old school building at MILL, CRKTCK (Lower Hawkesbury). S. H. SMITH, Under Secretary. (z.7152)
A CLASS for instruction in Dres6
making is carried on by -this Col lege in a room at Messrs. Woodhill & Company's Store, Richmond. The class meets on Wednesdays from ll to 2 p.m.; 3 to 6 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The evening class has been established for girls who are engaged at business dur ing the day time, and only have their evenings free. Fees are at the rate of 4/- per term for Juniors or 8/- per term for Seniors, for one lesson per week. Thc teacher, Miss E. Lane, will be glad to meet.intendlng students and others lñter"fitrn rlTT'TT "'"fifi .
JAMBS KSÑGLE, SupertntendesNof i T^fchnical Education. (Z.713ÍTN
TN THE SUPREME COURT OF
A NEW SOUTH Wales PROBATE
JURISDICTION in the Will of ANNE JANE STEWART late of Glen Cuffe, Kurrajong in the State of New South Wales, Widow deceased. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication thereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed de ceased may be granted to THOMAS WILLIAM GOULDEN STEWART and BEATRICE MARION STEWART the Executor and Executrix named in the said Will and all notices may be serv ed at the office of the undersigned and all claims against the said estate are required to be sent to the undersigned within the said fourteen days. BOW MAN & MACKENZIE; Proctors for the Executors, 279 George' Street, Syd
The "Hawkesbury Herald" is published every Thursday, and the subscription ls only 10/- per annum, post free. .Ont out the form below and -forward with remittance.
"The Hawkesbury Herald."
Dear Slr,-Enclosed please find 10/-, for which please enrol tne as a subscriber to "The Hawkes bury Herald" as from next issue.
i Postal Address
? SPORTS ? , B&K§B% SplBJ»'
to' WT. Bo^BÏ3^(locl^t;%i''
In aid of Windsor District Hospital on EIGHT-HOUR-DAY, OCT. 1, AU Day, Also a Euchre Party and Danoo nt night in the hall.
DON'T FORGET 8-HOUR ¿JIGHT,
Grand 4-Act Drama,
1 "THE BUGLE CALL."
by Royal Dramatic Co.
Richmond School of Arts.
Proceeds In aid of Richmond Navy
Tickets, 3/-, 2/- and 1/- (plus tax)« Roll-up and support this good move*
W." H. RAY, Hon. Sec.
RICHMOND TROTTING & RACING
RICHMOND PONY MEETING.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1923.
Maiden Handicap, 20 BO vs., 4 i fur,
Encourage Stakes, 25 eovs., 6 f. 18 yds. Flying Handicap, 35 SOTO., 4k fur. Novice Handicap, 20 sore., <i fur.
Fourteen-two Handicap, 20 so vs., 4| f. Trial Stakes, 25 eovs., 6 fur., 18 yds.
Entries close 5 p.m., on Thursday, October 4, 1823, at the office, Tatter salls Chambers, Pitt-st., Sydney.
G. N. KILDUFF,
The following is the programme for the sports meeting on Richmond Park on Monday :
1- SPEEDWELL BICYCLE RACE,
distance 4 laps. Prizes; lat medal
value £2/2/-, presented by Meters. ^ Bennett and Wood, and «aeh ;to, ^ value of IO/-; 2nd, set of piuolop' Covers, value 86/-. presented .by Gv A. Silk; 3rd, 10/-. Entraùce^Çee
2/6 and last thre^rperformances. . 2- COMMERCIAL HANDICAP for £5
presented by A. R. Campbell, Esq., fkitn&ee ol the Commercial Hotel,
Richmond 1st prize HÍ/-/-1 2nd, £1/10/-; ard 10/-. Distance 8 laps. Entrance fee "3/-, and last three performances.
3- A.A.A. CONSOLATION WCP, dis
tance 4 laps, for competitors who have never won a prize at the meet ing. 1st prize, a pair of bffc.yole
trunks, value 36/-, presented bi'-; Arthur A. Aird, Esq., tailor, Wind sor-st., Richmond; 2nd 10/-. En trance fee 1/6.
4- NOVELTY BICYCLE RACE, dis
tance 2 laps, ist £1; 2nd-6/-.
5- BICYCLE RACE, for boys under
16, distance 2 laps. 1st, trophy to value 10/-. Entrance fee 6d.
6- BEDFORD H'CP. FOOT RACE,
for boys under 16, distance 75 yds. 1st, trophy value 10/6, presented by Bedford Bros, grocers; 2nd 6/-. Entrance fee 6d.
7- WOODHILL- SULLIVAN H'CP.
FOOT JR ACE. 76 yards. 1st, trophy V value JL guinea, presented by Wood \hill &) Co.; 2nd, trophy value 10/6, Vresetited by Sullivan Bros, news agents, Windsor-st. Entrance 1/-.
S-ROYAL H'CP., distance 100 yards,
entkance fee 2/-. 1st £2; 2nd £1;
3rdVo/-. Prizes presented by M..
Walto, licensee of Royal Hotel,
9- CONSOLATION H'CP. Foot Race,
100 yards, for runners who have not
won V. prize at the meeting. 1st, £1/10V-, presented by M. WalBh, Esq., IRoyal Hotel. Entrance 1/6| 10-TUGlO'-WAR-4 teams or no
event-4teams of 10 men aside. En
trance free to members of Associ ation. I Prize £5.
11- POTArO RACE, - trophy, value
10/6, presented by proprietors of
"Hawkesbury Herald." Entrance 6d
ID FOR SALE.
RichmD/d.-*-C0 acres, about four miles
i»rai Richmond, near Racecourse.
Hurstville.-Two fine suburban blocks
each having 40 ft. frontage to Blake ley-stJ £3 per foot.
Cowan.-Fine residential corner block
near raliway station-£150, ternis. Blackheath.-Five adjoining lots run
ning thruogh from Duke-Bt. to Gov ernment Road, commanding fine view of Govatt'a Leap. Unusually attractive site tor mountain land.
Ettalong Beach, Wey Woy.*-Three
Week-end Bungalows, juBt finished, handy to thc beach, 2 rooms and kitchen. Well built, artistic appear
PRICE £350 each.
LESLIE G. BRIDGE,
Bo x91, G.P.O., Sydney.