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The Late Review. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

The Late Review. TO Till'. KlllTOn OF TICK OUMDKIU.AN'D AHC1US. Sin,— 1 ho mfor.iiiition you received from an 'othcor relative to the late roviow of tho Volunteer Force iu tho l'ark is quite correct. Immediately after tlio 'engage- ment ' was over, I to i,, conversation with ?Major-General Richards n, mid asked him if there was to be a parade in the afternoon, Ho said, 'I don't. Uuuw,' and th™ asked me if I tlmu lit the peoplo would liko it. I said niuy corinimy would, mm it would bo a great treat to them. He replied, 'Then I'll order one,' and at onco turned to Major Taunton and directed him to convoy his orders for tho men to fall in at a quarter to IS o'clock.— I am, etc., „ , , H. BYRNES. September IStli, 1SSS.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carlingford. THE RAILWAY GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Oarlingford. T.iiK RAILWAY GRIEVANCES. i\ j't:itj.«i ;n«.'!iin-/of tho inhabitants of Car lingford was heldiftSt. Paul's (C.E.) sehool ruwi:, C:u!iii)rfov6) on Monday evening, for the Tmr\;(v;c: vi .?ni(]j-ti'g measures to bring under tin- y!ol'-'O nf !li. .(Government tho unsatisfactory raihv.-,-,-, ?,!,?. i..,:-.!nentj? to and f rom Carlin gford, ]i:utioi!lriv'v ' ??'' 'rference to the fares. There Win a cr,, ..'?;' ;;;.:?! 'dance, amoiiL'st those present Ivviif.i, ??.?/.'.? .i'ruker, Messrs. F. C. Jarrett, F. I!;:v, ?'). S:'i '\\ .-u.-iter, G. Kay, and Bradley. .?'Jr. F ': Co.t was voted to the chair, and in o?ji'iiiii;r ' ?''- '' ;ting referred to tho very un I'atiHi'.'n iij'n'. ...'. ingements thrust upon tho pt'i'iU' 'n-' -!t Ciuvonvmeut iureferenuo torail ?wnv :',i..--.!'it ;. :s. Ho then called upon Mr. Jiu rot-i, :li.-' .7'tvcmr of tho meeting, to address I'v. .!;iV-'-;vi, fu'st read the following letters : — '^;M'.-. Vc'rtnU itfnmoll, M.P., wroto:— 'Will vt.'ii '... -.;-.;...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

rjHHU AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. A BR\NCH of this BANK is now OPEN ut SMITHFIELD (between Liverpool and Granvilie) for the transaction of all usual Banking Business. By order of the Board. FRANCIS ADAMS, General Manager. Sydney, August 7th, 1SS8. FOR SALE. ON EASY TERMS, AND ' TO LET. Houses and Cottages, Parramatta South an-? Grnnville, small deposit, balance as rent. Allotments of Land, Elizabeth Farm, Parra matta South, Woodvillo Road, and Blax coll-street, Granville, and at lloun D'ruitt. Five-acre Blooks between Blacktown and Sever. Hills Railway Stations. Terms : Ten per cent, deposit, balance, 1h Id per week for every .£20. tjggT Liberal Aid to Build. Apply at the Office of the Cumberland Building, Land and Investment Company' Limited, George-street, Parramatta. JNO. JAS. MILLER Manager. G. H0RWO0D, COACH BUILDER, El CHURCH-STREET NORTU, PAURAMATTA. Every description of Vehicles built to order. All repairs executed promptly. Lowest r...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

New Goods ! New Goods ! Seasonable Goods ! Cheap Goods i Cheap Goods^ ? ' EIGHT' liOUK BEMONSTKATION IN PARKAMATTA ' PARK. Over Twenty Thousand happy people (old and young) will be there wearing excellent Boots ^ncL SllO©3 purchased at \ ? ? TOm,^. ' : Parrazuatta Branch of - the . world-renowned City Boot Palace9 ' Church Street, '- -Farramatta. Frcish Shipments, just landed, Specially Imported for the Parramatta Trade; and sold at lower prices than other houses can purchase them wholesale. The Great Sale evidenced the appreciation, by many thousands, of JOHM' ? HTTWTER'S System of Marking' all Goods in Plain Figures. | |^ Haste then to JOHN HUNTER'S Parramatta Branch of the world-renowned City Boot Palace, Church-street, Parramatta, and get full value \ for your money. ?

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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FLAVOUR IN FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

FLAVOUR IN FRUITS. Mr. A. Barker, writing in 'Tho Garden' (Eng.) says : — To thoso who grow fruit for market, flavour is not of so much importance as size and colour, as fruit possessing tho two latter qual ities, although of inferior flavour, will always command a ready sale. 'With flavour generally stands first, and if sizo and colour can also bo had, so much the better. Writers in the gardening papers havo often brought forward in stancos to provo that colour is not ne cessary to good flavour, and occasion ally a case of the kind does occur, but for one such, a hundred can be found where flavour and colour go hand in hand. Taking Grapes first, I find that all varietios are not affocted alike by want of colour. All white Grapes are inferior when the ambor tint is absent, moro especially that noble grape, tho Muscat of Alexandria. However large the bunches or fine tho berries, if tho gol.len colour is wanting, tho berries will be 6oft and tho flavour poor, and shrivelling will foll...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

I ) } f-j n ' ., ' * ' ., ~ . ( s: ' i ? -.?'?' ?..??? ( h ~ '^ — ^— — — — — — — — — — — — ^ ^^™^~^~^^^ ~ V. ? . / '???-. ? '? 8 .''? ., ???:.?? .. -?.?' .:.V; ?'?: ..?'??.:??'?? '. I I ' ? ? ? ___^ ? ^ y^imiaM, ? ^ ^ ? ^ ? ? _ __ ? ^^ ^ WB^_... „. ._, :- ? .'? ^^^ _ _,^,.^ V |.' ;: FOB '-THE A ?.; , ; = ?..''?Prior to Opening: our Spring Novelties. T ? : ,-.,.-........??....: . _ . /' ' ' ??._...?? ? ? ? ^ f .' f M~ .... - ' ' ' ''^ ' ^ ' ?; , WYOOMBE HOUSH, CHURCH STREET, Parramatta, I ? ? - .; ,.;? :??. '. .;-??:.. ?:? :- ... J.. Will offer in each Department at greatly reduced Prices, for FOUR WEEKS ONLY. ^ » - '?''..- ? .,...??.-...,. , . -M The Quality of oiir! Goods, and ? the ' bona-fideness of our Sales, -will recommend them to a : ?. ; discerning' Public. , I , Ou.r Premises will not be placarded with calico signs or paper handbills, as the prices charged; v ':;:- ??'??;? ; ?; will not permH of .such expense. ; We leave the Price and Quality of our -.Goods to speak for the...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

MISCELLANEA. Give liquid manure to all soft wooded plants showing for bloom. To have fine flowers on the dahlia, they must have a deep soil and plenty of. old rotted manure. Layers of azaleas and camolias can now be made. Whore trees have been bearing heav ily for years, don't forget that you must make the soil some returns, or it will refuse to serve you— in other words, don't forget to use some good fertiliser. It may not be known that the enrich ing properties of a gradually decompos ing mulch made of raw vegetable matter are as powerful as those of a mulch made of stable manure, both containing to a certain extent, the same substances. Now that the vines are just shooting is the time to sulphur them so as to check the oidium ; tho easiest and cheap est way is to buy a pair of sulphur bel lows (all the seedsmen sell them) and with these blow tho sulphur on and about the young shoots. A contempor ary recommends the following as a recipe for oidium: — 'Make a mixture of coarse salt...

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Parramatta Wesleyan Church. THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Parramatta Wesleyan Church. THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY \ Ox Sunday last the third- annivers uy of th^ Parramatta Wesloyau Church was celcbiated1' by special services, and the event was further; signalised on Wednesday by a tea and sociall meeting iu tho local TownUIall. The ministoj inchargo, tho Rev. P. j. J-tephen, conducti/l tho services.. on Sunday, which attracted larjto congrsgations. His addresess, morning aifd evening, were noted by his usual thoughtful prp backward and forward glance ' containing tin interesting resume of tho church work during tho past ye.r and a hopeful reference to tlie future. Tho musical arrangements under Mr's. Barker were of courso excellently carried oujt. There wero especially prepared anthems aiid offertory selections morning and evening. l(|u the morning weie given tho anthem 'lli'o Deuin Laudamus' and tho offertory ' Oh taste and see;' iu tho evening tho anthem was from Eden's 'Musical Divinities ' and the offertory ' Sweet is Thy mercy.' Tlae music ...

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Round about Carlingford. INTERESTING PACTS AND FIGURES. INTERVIEWING THE FRUITGROWERS. A WEALTHY DISTRICT. SOME HINTS TO THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Round about Carlingford. INTERESTING 'FACTS AND FIGURES. INTERVIEWING THE FRUIT '?„ GROWERS. A WEALTHY DISTRICT. SOME HINTS TO THE GOVERNMENT/ Loud- and strong have boon tho -complaints of the hai'd-worlmig,'' persevering .peoplo of Carlingford, a'fc-'tho prosistant - neglect of the Government in not providing them facilities tp---got.. to and from, theii homes. Players of petitions and personal representations have been ignored time after tlpav Thesame oldory has boon given in an swer, that the population did not justify it, or aoinetinng u- mat eiiecc. weary ana sick of this kind of thing, the moro energetic of the inhabitants have bestirred themselves with the intention of forcing matters upon the attontion of i the Government. Prominent amongst the agitators is Mr. Edward Cole,- who . has spent his timo and money in improving some acres of land at Carlingford, which he has laid out with orchard. Another gentle man who has been attracted to the district is Judge Docker, who has p...

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Current News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Current News. Ox Mviiday, the 1st October, a special meet ing of the Castlo Hill Agricultural and Horti cultural Society takes plaeo, at Mr. Black's ,'titorc, when two auditors will bo elected. Tho Council will also . consider a schedule for the first show - n the same dato. ...... At tho solicitation of, a number of tho. .pat- rons of tho Victoria Skating Rink, tho direct ors Have sot apart Monday, the zltti lust., tor Mr. Dicksou's benefit. , A grand fancy dress carnival will be held on that date, and we havo not tho least doubt but that the affair, will bo a big success. Mr. Diekson has made himself very p pular in his capacity as manager, and he has.ever been ready to tako the novice kindly in hand, and instruct them in tho art of ' ' glid ing.' M essra. D. McGill and S. Mayo are the secretaries, and they will leave nothing undone to make tho affair a succoss. Tho tickots aro going off rapidly, and thoso who wish to go should 1- so uo time in seeing cither of the two ab'ive name...

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Hornsby. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Hornshy. S S011001, of Aets. — The adjourned meeting of ' ffae promoters of this institution has beef t further adjourned, so as to set' some liitlu| |natters right, and to remove some orrbneou' / Impression that have been disseminated by somu E paundiced porsonwho has not the interests of i She' district at heart. This person has- been? - Band enough to inform the residents in tho , Vicinity of the Junction that wo had it all cut? And dried before a meeting was calledj andi rihe institution was going to be at Thornlcigh R (Ornot at all. Of course this rumour had the j (ift'ect of prevohtirig,' a'.' numberTof residents pom coming to the meeting. We blame them /Jhe most for not attending tho meeting, and milking ? thoir voices heard in the : matter. Pearco's Corner- is about central, and a great effort will ,be. made to get a site at that place. The desire of the promoters is to iry as far as possible to suit all parties. Concert. — A concert was given 'in tho Hornsby Junction Publio...

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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

Local Topics. AVu toll you, Captain (Love)1, if you look- in the maps of the 'orld, wo wurrunt you, you shall iiud in the comparisons i cLweon Oiumiiol ?? and Pumimuttd that tlio ritual ions, loo!: you,' are both alike, lliore in a rivui'iu.PaiTiiiiiiata ; and, moreover, there is a river iit.Oloniucl: it is called Suir at Ctonmel, and, unless wo lnok out, il'll bo called sower at Piirromaltu. And thero is a Sliiyor nhd eke an M.P in each— *o that iu the figures and comparisons of it, took you, there is lashiu's of similarities ! What ho ! ring that bell, firemen ! ' ;? ' * The lady-bird is a eoccbiettt (of the C'oeeiilae tribe) and though closely nUied to' the' Aph'uUie is to be easily distinguished therefrom. 'The development of tho Giechlm' says Duncan, 'does not progress no regularly -in it does in the Ajihit/ea, mid it. stops short and even retro grades in a most remarkable manner.' Tho larviu of the lady-bird do immcu.se sorvico to the gimlener by tho : ravages they commit amon...

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The Public Baths. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

* The. Public Baths. , ; Mnvniifjfas deoidedeighteonmonths ago by t!i j .Parramafta Council to crest public b ths,; com petitive designs v$re invited, and those ^of. :! Messrs. Hill and Smith, architects, of, Sydney and Parramatta, were uccoptod, and the ;work entrusted to their supervision with a result that ?-.? is creditable alike to them and satisfactory to 'the Council, to' whom, and especially to the perseverance of the Mayor (Mr. C. J. Byrnes) tho ratepayer are indebted for the finest hot and cold and swimming baths m the : colonies, besides a block of handsoino and readily let shops. ???.???? a .-.-??. ? In tho construction of the -work many diffi culties were mot and successfully grappled ?with, more especially in the foundations; where there was muoh mi i it quicksand. 1 n one plaio the whole of a long heavy wall had to be omit upon concrete piers, 10 feet deep, with concrete arohes, turned just below the ground. The great depth too of the natural surface below the kerb li...

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THE Cumberland Argus AND FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. "WASTE NOT, WANT NOT." [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

THE : and ; ? '? . ; FRUITaEOWEIlS' ADVOCATE. . ' : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 'WASTE NOT, WANT NOT.' Evehy sonsiblo citizen will -frooly rclmit thai; a xiopulous Borough.' without a sowovago system moans, especially in a warm climate, a singular tempting of Providonco. Tho Purrnninttf. of to-day is healthy, thank goodness, but seeing '--.. that it ttikoa a great deal of timoito con struct extensive soworngo works, o\;ery rimr'a inwHi/'(i«S»Tr flnlflV IT! illltnitlllSr the seliomo (wnich is to contribute to ...v.-.tho sanitary condition of tho Parramatta. of to-morrow) is of the natures of a crime on tho part of thoso who aro immediately responsible for it. , Though tho proper so worago of largo popula tion-centres is primarily a sanitary, ques tion, it should never bo forgotten that ? it is ; a very important agricultural question as well. This latf- ??? haso is '^Votimes forgotten by .i: Y.°V0J'r' viiil'ous persons w]n- vc;. : i \wage ?%2.iv.^ siiid ;!.psiccatiri;i: |;iwwfs.''\d!80 '...

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Righted at Last CHAPTER XXXIII. HER PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

vEiglited at '.iLastv CHAPTER XXXin. ..,-'? ?-' ?'' ? ? -irER nioiiLEir. MADGEwasinhorownroom; butitwaa ovening and almost quite dark, so that it.wasnot at all like tho Jirctty chamber wliicli it appoured to bo in the bright sunshine of an autumn morning. Can tlicro.be any sympathy between tho atmosphere and our feelings? Thero must bo. A brig-ht day lieJps us to meot. sorrow bravoly ; a dull, dark day makes sorrow our master : we bow our heads and groan because nature seems to hdvo entered into a conspiracy against us. The strong .will may fling aside this atmospherical depression, but the effort is needed : whereas when the sun shinos, even the weak can lift their heads and say without faltering : ' Let me know the worst.' ' Madge hold in her hand a letter — the same which Wrentharu had seen on Beocham's desk, and of which he made duo report to Mr. Hadleigh. She knew well where to find the matches and candle, and yet she stood in that deep gloom looking at the window, as if she we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

i AND | FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCA f IS PUBLISHED i EVERY SATUEDAY MORNE '., AND DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS I of ( pAltf - \l T 11 t»O\ W)T Ix I f i I I 11* ? I iV ( * b i f o i mi r 1 'i d j - 'i ...v ; : J 1 (Hi - i \ t I !, x, , ; j. ] ' i ' ' \i 1 n ) e\ !o,j)t I r ) I I t ui_, t\ - ii - ; 1 l f j ^ i i i nn f ' oi in y 'n- i i u ill r I f i Is ( \ -1 ( I lj I ' 1 O I C f ir ' m ' 1 « t - \t in!Ik f - l ' I »» I i — - ! 1 - n r if1 n \'~ I ii ! - '' j ||\ 'S ' U 0 Ajs i ( i t! , i« Oj- ?* ( *- t. ' K '} Ci IT II al 3 I 'J -?, ?» J i ci| c i' r ' ? s ( WATCHES CLEANED, KEPAIRED, AH, GUARANTEED for 12 months C S O i ( , , ? , — . ? t I yOTTMBEELAND I UILDING, LAJ \J AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED I AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £100,000. SUBSCRIBED. £32,000. / ?;Dividend for;year ending 31st August, : I1 10 per cent The Board has authorisi i Fourth issue of 1000 Shares for -ninth aj cation may be made at the Office of the C pany, George street Pariamatta Jui t cent payable on application Ten per cent...

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POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

POTATOES. The potato will grow upon almost any kind of soil, provided it be not too wet, or clayey ; light, dry, and friable loams, or sand of tolerable consistence, being thought tho most appropriate. There is no question, howovor, but that potatoes raised upon the last-named soil nrfi (ififiniAiit in minlif.v nrtrl flnvmir to those grown upon heavier land that has been well drained and pulverised. Eeclaimed bogs and peat-land produce largo crops when they havo been well drained. Grubbed wood-land is also extremely well adapted for the growth of potatoes, and the heaviest crop I ever grow was upon the site of a broad old straggling hedge that I grubbed up, to which wo applied no manure. Potatoes, indeed, like fresh ground of anj' kind, and two crops in succession ai-e often grown upon the same land. When a sward, has been first broken up, the crops grown upon it are both heavy in yield and good in quality, but when planted a second time, as the yield is sonsibly diminished, it prov...

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Agricultural and Horticultural. A "SELF-OPENING" GATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

?££i'i£uli,ui»;l and Horticultural. A 'SELF-OPENING' GATE. ' ; ? ? The subjoined iliustration/representa a. hoiidy self-opening'gate, constructed on; the sash-window principle . The gate is a light one, hiing by ropos which' pass over pulleys near tho top of long posts, and counterpoised by weights upon the othor ends of the ropes. -Small wheels are placed in tho ends of the '} gate to move along the inside of the posts and thus reduce tho friction.- . The gate is raised by means of ropes attached to the centre of the upper side of the gato, from whian they pass up to pulleys in the centre of the archwa}', and then out out along horizontal arms, at right angles to tho bars which connect the tops of tho posts. By pulling on the. ropo, the gate, which is but' a trifle heavier than the balancing weights, is raised, and aftor the vehicle has passed, tho gate falls of itself. In passing i n the opposite direction another ropo is pulled, when the gate is raised as boforo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

/TiUMBICltLAND BUILDING LAND V- AND INVESTMENT SOOIETY LIMITED. CAPITAL, £100,000, with power to I-iercaso to i20O,00O. Money leeched on Fixed Doposifc_ at tho fol . lowing Rates : ? * J'Vjr 12 mouths, 6 per cent per uununi. G months, o per cent, per annum, And i per cent, at call. Savings Biiiik liiauch.— Deposits of One '' Shilling nuil upwuids lucked, and six lG)(per cent, interest ullowed on tlio Monthly Baluucc, iind no notice \equiied for withdi.iwals. JNO. JAS. MILLEK, Muiiugcr. Ofllco— Masonic Hull Buildings, Gcorgcistreet rfl.lIHi AVSTEtALIAN JOINT STOCK JL BANK. PARIUMATTA BRANCH. Paid up Capital .. .. £.500,000 With power to inoicnso to £1,000,000 , Reserve Fund .. .. £310,000 Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits at ouuent rates. Bills discounted and udvancos made on ap proved security. Drafts issued on all the principal cities in the ?world. H. M. TODHUNTER, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 22 September 1888

W YOKE' LIEE HEBRAITOE SOMPAMY. / ESTABLISHED - - - 1845. LIFE ASSURANCE ONLY. PURELY MUTUAL. ALC PROFITS BELONG TO POLICY HOLDERS. Accumulated Fmuh 1st January, 1888 - - £17,094,618 Tacome for year 1887 - - - ''. - - £4,537,610 Surplus over all Liabilities and Reserve Fund according to Valuation made foj Government - - i; - £2,437,612 Paid to Policy Jloldos in 1887 - i - £1,961,977 Jicw Business in 1888 - - - ', ' £21,964,875 JOSIA1I HO WELL, Genjjkal Manager, Department of Australasia. SYDNEX OFFICE : Bond-street Chambers, Bond and George ir'treets. DH. BRAbljEY VIOLETTE, Medical Examiner for Parramatta & District. \. , ? ? LOCAL' AGENT : Isaac Ferris Messrs. FE KRIS, WILSON & CO.), Parramatta. I ' — '— — Cumberland Steam Saw and Joinery Works. ? Timber and Galvanised Iron Merchants, &c. ? : ? . ALL KINDS OP JOINERY, TURNERY AND MOULDINGS ON HAND, AND MADE TO DETAIL. GALVANIZED IRON, CEMENT, PLASTER, SLATES, DRAIN TIPES, GUTTERING, RIDGE CAPPING. BUILDERS' ...

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